Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Help a Shipmate -- Give to the Navy Relief Drive


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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. .


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r r Annual Navy Relief Campaign\;\


e Y t s r Begins at HAS Jax Saturday

I The Navy's once a year drive to help the Navy Relief Society help men and women In the Navy and
Marine Corps in time of need gets underway here Saturday. The annualNavy Relief Society call for
contributions will run from May 4 through June 6 -- the period commemorating the Navy-Marine
sea-air battles of Coral Sea and Midway. This year's appeal has a double purpose: To make all Navy
and Marine Corps personnel aware of the availability of the services of the society, and to solicit .
voluntary contributions so that timely and appropriate assistance can be rendered in an emergency.
Jrb. Serving as campaign chairman "
,, ._._- _...._ ,no .. w,._ this year is Capt.:D.A.Hempson resulted in service personnel the professional staff 188 em- \
NAS supply officer. Lt. J.A. working out their problems with ployees.
NAVY RELIEF DRIVE. Lt. W. F. Habermann (center) receives Koselka will serve as vice chair- counseling and advice of skilled *In the entire society, not one '
the first military and civilian contributions for the Navy Re- man. Treasurer is Lt. W. F.Habermann. Interviewers because 6,900capable cent of money derived from con- ,
lief Drive from Capt. D. A. Hempson, supply officer and G. L. with Lt. Paula Me devoted volunteers gave tributions went to support administrative ')
f King. Whorter as his assistant. Head- their time and effort to augmentDedication 'costs.
ing the publicity program will
b LCdr? R.D. McClure with -
Captain Otto Becomes Lt. (j. g.) Margaret A. Harlow to Open '
and Art Slocumb as members.
During 1967 the Navy Relief

NARTU's New Skipper Navy Society and gave Marine over Corps$5-million personnel to VP Hangar ComplexThe

a in gratuities, services or loans
.. Capt.> Berton R. Otto becamethe mand ceremonies Tuesday.He without interest.A first increment of a $12 million patrol plane complex will ..
... 12th commanding officer of succeeded Capt. Carl D. breakdown of services pro- be dedicated during ceremonies here tomorrow \;
... the Naval Air Reserve Training Simonsen who retired from a 32- vided by Navy Relief last year The $5.2 million completed section will house three Jacksonville '.
,Unit here since its establishment year naval career yesterday. shows: -' based patrol squadrons. Eventually, the two story hexa-

;.a.....", in 1946 during change of com-. .400 Take Part ._ "Oyer 56.0QQ.. loans,and gratuities gonal structure will cover 350,000 square feet and accommodatefive l
l.. to Navymen; Marines and patrol squadrons with. all supporting supply and maintenance !
Over 400
R'.J sailors participatedin their families to alleviate hardship activities Integrated:within one area.
the and music J
.: Lt. SMitli D.c.r.twd ceremony was :; and meet emergencies.
provided by the Commander Fleet Admiral McCorMick Speaks ..
4 Air Jacksonville Band. for$145,000'was new mothers. on layettes RAdm. W. M. McCormick, commander Fleet Air Wings Atlantic )
At TuisOy (.f....' Speaking to an audience of about with headquarters in Norfolk Va., will be the main speaker at the 11 1
1,000 spectators RAdm. RobertJ. 650 educ.1tIonalloans of$536 a.m. dedication.

During the NARTU cere- Stroh, commander Fleet Air 000 for dependent children to Capt. Martin J. Stack NAS Jax commanding officer, will turn
mony Tuesday, Admiral Stroh Jax, reviewed the mission and attend college over a symbolic key to the complex to Capt. W. W. Honour, com-
presented the Distinguished history of NARTU Jacksonville.The Support of 18 Navy Relief mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Captain Honour has operational
Flying Cross to Lt. StephenB. admiral also cited the accomplishments Nurseries amounted to 79000. control over the squadrons that will occupy the hangars.The .
Smith Jr., prospective of Captain Simon- *In addition,and probably the NATTC drill team and ComFairJax Band will perform at the
public affairs officer at NAR- sen during the captain's long service most important were the tens of ceremony. Other Navy officials to take pan in the dedication include
to the Navy and country. thousands of interviews which ..u,
TU.The lieutenant received the Captain and Mrs. Simonsen ..;t,
medal for heroism in aerial plan on making their retirement Traffic BulletinEffective
combat as a pilot.attached to home at Jacksonville.Beach.. .
VA 15 during operationsover Received Wings at Jax Monday vehicles
Vietnam. leaving the new VP complex
Lieutenant Smith was cited The new commanding officer Is enroute north on Roosevelt
for maneuvering through antiaircraft a native of Portland, Ore., and Blvd. are to exit the parkinglot
fire to strike the Hai a graduate of Oregon State Col- on MacFarland St. and
'. ,,"r phong railroad and a highway lege. lIe received his wings leave the station through the
bypass bridge in North and commission as an en- north gate on Albemarle Ave.
sign In the Naval Reserve atNAS This will be from ..
Vietnam while leading a 22 gate open
plane bomber division duringa Jax 25 years ago.' 3 to 5 p.m. each workday to VP
Complex on Yorktown Avenue
mission In November 1967. Captain Otto comes to Jax from handle rush traffic. South
I The son of a: retired Navy the Pentagon where he wasa bound traffic will leave the RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, commander Fleet Air lax and Capt. A. R.
commander the lieutenant member of the Air Weapons VP lot at the Mustin Rd. Marschall, commanding officer of the Southeast DivisionNavalFaci-
System::: Analysis Staff of the Deputy traffic light proceed southon
earned ten Air Medal and four lities Engineering Command.
:.- other personal decorations Chief of Naval Operationsfor Mustin and leave throughthe '
Air. He had served in that Started in 66
while serving as a VA 15 west vehicle gate on
pilot. post since September 1966. mingham Ave. This arrangement Construction began on the complex in June 1966 with the bids for
r He reported to NARTU in Captain and Mrs. Otto the is for afternoon traffic the second Increment scheduled to be advertised this summer. ,I"
February in this year. former Mary Katherine Walker only; there will be no changefor Each completed hangar bay will hold two of the giant P Orions i
of Honolulu, have five children.V.I incoming morning traffic.If for maintenance and nine 40 foot high doors weighing 36 tons

may be closed during inclement weather.

..' ,* ... 14 Ratings Eligible for Bonus $$$ I

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,10-' a' o 6kHs you're a skilled Navyman rating is determined by multi- cessing Technician, Data Sys-

I, f+ not quite decided on whether or plying the normal bonus by an tems Technician, Electrician's
not to stay in Navy blue, you assigned integer of one, two, Mate Englneman, Fire Control
v. might/ant to check the new list three or four. The VRB is then Technician, Interior Communi-
of rates eligible for the Variable added to the regular shipover cations Electrician, Machinist'sMate
Reenlistment Bonus. It could bonus. Quartermaster, Radar-
b mean up to $10,000 cash and an Eligible members for first reenlistment man Radioman and Shipfitter.
s additional $75 a month proficiency are entitled to the The six ratings currently eligible -
i'E pay. total VRB, which is normally are Aviation Fire Control I
In a Navy-wide message this paid in equal annual install- Technician, Electronics Tech-
I ., 4?" week the Secretary of the Navy ments in each year of the reenlistment niclal. Aviation Antisubmarine
Announced that 14 additional ratIngs period. Warfare Technician, Communi-
wilt be added to those already Fourteen additional ratings cations Technician Photographic(
on the Variable Reenlist- have been made eligible for the Intelligenceman and Sonar Tech-
ment Bonus (VRB) program.VRB VRB at multiple four on or after nician.
NARTU -- Captains Otto (R) and Simensen exchange salutes is an additional bonus paid to July 1. They are Aviation Elec- Eight ratings have moved up .-
and the traditional "I. relieve you sir" as Captain Otto assumed certain career shortage ratings. tronics Technician Boilerman,
command of NARTU.Tutsdaymorning.:1k The VRB -cash* value> ,fora given Damage Controlman, Data Pro- (Coetirwed.a.*a.e .II). ...- .::... . .'

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'S 5 SUNDAY MASS - -9 a.m.
and ll a.m.
pretty common knowledge thai all members of the Armed DAILY MASS ---.11:30a.m.
Forces are duefor a pay raise when thenewifscal.yerhstarts; : July SATURDAY MASS -- -9 a.m.
1. There have been a number, of,publications) that have printed the Religious Education Classes
proposed pay tables, so everyope has'a* prpttygood'4dea how much ofa '(Grade School) -----9:45a.m.
raise they should be getting. CONFESSIONS5 p.m.

What are you going to do with your extra money? Have you already -5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.7:30: p.m.
spent it or are you just going to play it by ear every month and MONDAY
spend it as you go? Maybe you're planning to invest that extra Religious Education Classes

money every month. There are all kinds of investments -- stocks, A c (High School) - -7 p.m.
bonds, scrap metal, soybeans -- and all of them have made varying nA I 1R TUESDAY \,

amounts of money in the past. Single Young Catholic Organi-
The big trouble with those investments, however, is that it takesa zation - - :
pretty good sized sum to get started. And it also should be money THURSDAY, TIIOLIC CHOIR
that you can afford to lose -- Just in case you figure Incorrectlyand 7 p.m.
make the wrong type of investment at the wrong time. MANAGEMENT TRAlNEES-Larry Ponder, (left) classification' U.S. Naval Hospital '

There is another type of investment that takes very little to get specialist for the Regional Office of Civilian Manpower Man-

started, it guarantees a return on your money, it's absolutelysafe agement here discusses office procedures with Ray Edwards,
and it helps the United States in the process.Of SUNDAY MASS8a.m..
course, we're talking about United States Savings Bonds (center) from Naval Station Key West and James Hanks from

and Freedom Shares. the Marine Corps Supply Center, Albany, Ga., following their
completion of a training program here.


Red Cross ServicesSIXTH All// Saints Chapel"/ ,.

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Junior Worship Service 10 a.ln.:
Virginia Gunter Bldg. ?"722 .3 J '

Normal communications between however, even inexpensive post- Church School -. 9 a.m. Bldg.Junior .
servicemen their familIes cards go a long way to preserveand #722
are essential to the main- strengthen family ties if sent Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
tenance of strong family ties frequently.Tell Bldg. 722
during periods of separation. your family about some of Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30
When a serious breakdown in your pleasant experiences from p.m.
family communications occurs, daily or weekend life. Tell them TUESDAYJunior
With the 1968 Savings Bond Campaign already underway, every- or when normal communicationsare about movies you have seen or Choir Rehearsal4p.m..
one has the opportunity to get on the "Bond Wagon" and invest his not adequate to meet the needsof books you have read or are Bldg. #*; 722
money for his own future and for the future of the country as well. a particular case, your Red reading. Write about t've life WEDNESDAYSenior
An investment in Savings Bonds and Freedom Shares is more Cross field director will obtain and culture of the country or cityin Choir Rehearsal 7:30-
than just a safe investment for your money. It's an investmentfor a health and welfare report in an which you are stationed. Use p.m.
the future that can mean a new home, a new car, a college effort. to alleviate a service the library if you're not informed. THURSDAY
education or a hundred and one other things for you and your man's anxiety and to restore Assure your family that Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
family in the years ahead. normal family communications.Your you're being well taken care of Bldg. /fr 722 '
It's also an investment that will help the United States meet the Red Cross Field director by the military. Above all, assure Christian Science Service
problems that face our country both at home and abroad. It's reallyan realizes that when familiesare them of your good health 8 p.m. Bldg. 1* 751
opportunity for' every American to participate directly in the affairs separated, communications and of your love and affection.Do a s o
of our nation, no matter how small the share might be. sometimes break down, result- not magnify your personal
Let's face it, a large, percentage of the fighting men in Vietnam ing in misunderstandings 'and problems and cause your family
today are making regular investments in Savings Bonds and Freedom added complications in the unnecessary worry.If TrafficViolations
Shares. They are not only laying their lives on the line in support problems of daily living., you go on special duty away
of freedom, but are further demonstrating their faith in our country Write OftenIn from your unit for extended

and the principles of freedom through their monthly purchases of the military,a serviceman's periods of time, or if you trans-
Savings Bonds. efficiency Is often seriously impaired fer to a new unit, be sure to
While you're planning for that pay raise, do some planning for the by lack of communicationsfrom notify your family and be sure
future as well and begin participating in the Savings Bonds Program. l his family. Red Cross case to fill out postal locator cards
(AFPS) histories contain numerous instances with your old and new units.If The following is a report of
of divorce, mental you are not able to establish motor vehicle accidents and traffic -
contact with your family, or Ifyou're violations for the period April
breakdown, suicide and similar
'Birds of a Feather. tragedies all due, to the unable to obtain needed information 16 through 22.
failure of a servicemen or his directly,the Red Cross Number of Accidents
field This Week - -11
director is here
family not taking the time to to serve
By Cdr. J.T. Domino, CHC write. you.AIR Total Accidents this year through
April 22 - - -103
Once a farmer caught a young eagle and put him in his chicken Sociologists agree that the best Number of Accidents through
service that be
yard. The young eagle played with the chickens, and ate chIckenfeed can given to any April 22, 1967 - -106
individual assistance is
if fact he did everything a'young chicken would do. seeking Total number of days since
him discover realize
Then one day a naturalist visited the farmer, who showed Ms to help last injury In a motorvehicle
what he do for himself
flock to his city friend. The bird lover spotted the eagle and point- can togh'e accident - - -16
Ing to him commented, "That's not a chicken, that's an eagle." him any needed assistancein Number of ViolationsThis l
"Yes, I caught him some time ago," replied the farmer. "But doing it and to do for him
- - -21
he's no longer an eagle, he's a chicken now, for he's eaten chicken only those things which he is Speeding ---------2
able do for himself.So .
feed and done everything chickens do. He'll never fly again." not to Other Violationsi9
"You're wrong," his friend objected. "I can get the bird to fly.He's if you have loved ones, Twenty one drivers -
an eagle still because he has the heart of an eagle. prove it to them and to yourselfby before the Traffic Hearing appeared
So it was agreed that the naturalist could try. First he placed the writing frequently and unself- Board at the held
meeting on
bird on his hand and held it high saying, .MYdii are an eagle, you ishly. If your family neglectsto April 25. Disposition of the
belong to the sky and not to the earth. Fly!I" write 'to you, don't stop writ- included
But the eagle looked down ''at' the chickens and their food, and flew ing to them because this will Ten cases the following:

down to the ground." The farmer laughed and said, "See, I told youhe's only make the. situation worse. {. eight were- hour assigned course to in completean reme-

now a chicken. Family Ties dial driving at NATTC Four
However, the naturalist persisted. The next morning he carriedthe ; received ......
We realize that letter suspensions; ,Seven were
eagle to the foot of a high mountain, as the sun was rising. writingis
Again he said, "You are an eagle. Fly!" But the bird only trembled a difficult task for many; given warnings;, Three; Six were fined dismissed -

Then knowing the ways of birds, the naturalist faced the young eagle (Oi S.;COMMISSIONER were) and Two
toward the rising sun. With a wild scream of joy, it stretched its referred to ; officers
wings and mounted higher and higher into the sky, never to return. for possible
God has endowed most of us with hearts like those of the eagle, JAX NEWS Twenty disciplinary action.
but how often we keep our eyes fixed upon the earth, when we should sessed 52 : as
lift them towards the heavens! Our minds turn to food, drink and points.U.

other physical comforts. We become so.busy looking down for The J JA\ AIR NEWS\ is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
"chicken feed" we forget to take time to look up toward the Master. distributed each Thursday at (the U, S. Naval! Air Station,
Then some follower of the Lover of men turns our faces toward Jacksonville Florida, by the Molt Publishing Company,
.the rising sun -- to God -- and we are eagle again. a private firm,. AM Copy submitted for use in the J FAX AIR
NEWS must be forwarded' to the Public Affairs Office, Box
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub s '
Out of Bounds Posses Stopped for E-S, Above lication. News Item are welcomed from all sources Telephone
772 3118 f or JI| <>.

The Chief of Naval Operationshas their commands, unless carrying Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and SAVu tl
authorized officers and career official authorization.Out concerning such should, be directed 10: .
petty officers the privilege of bounds passes were developed -
of traveling beyond the limits set to account for personnelwhile The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Standing Blvd.
for their commands without writ- on liberty. Jacksonville. Fja. 32210 Telephone 388 2755
ten consent of their commanding Only third class petty officersand
officer. below are now required to
Since 1948 personrel on liberty carry out bounds passes.Higher VOL. 26 NO. 6 MAY 2, 1968 S. Savings Bonds and
have been required to remain ranking personnel must still freedom Shares are the best
in the general vicinity of have oral consent. investment future you can make in the f

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The Critic by Marian Drew

It was almost dark and the wind is enough to shake any yoga out
had begun to whip across the sand of his meditation.The .
and it was cold. I stook there cigar was not alone. It
for a few long minutes, wonder- was kept charming company bya
ing, as usual, where I would end dozen bottles three dozen
up if I crossed the Atlantic at cans two canons of candy wrappers
precisely that point. Not being : a discarded towel, and '
very good in geography I con- 14 paper sacks. Eventuallymuch: "1
cluded that it would be somewhereon of this garbage will be carried !
the coast of Spain which is out by the tide and give or akea
only about a thousand miles off. couple of non descriminatingsharks
v At any rate it was a nice may find its way to the
.; thought until I stepped on coast of Spain or Africa, depending -
the mushy cigar. Are there : on your knowledge of
cigars on the coast of geography.This .
Spain About a year aog, moreor is one way to distribute
less our dear departed foreign aid.Extend .
friend Lucretia Broadbeam in the Operation Clean ,
one of her rate literate moments, Up campaign to your liberty and
deplored the abuse of thebeaches. leave hangouts. Nobody likes to
I am, like Lucretia a "night step on a soggy cigar
I despise the beach'in the day-
time with all the crowds and 1
V rackets and cars racing up and Can You!

.*.. down the sand. In fact I des-
'" .'i4, ,. pise the beach period.: But at TAKE YOUR CAR
,':;.; night, that stretch of sand ceasesto WITH YOU?
'. : f'I be a beach and become the coast For Financing and Insurance

The four-color' banner of the Navy Unit Commendation has joined the standard of Carrier Air the jumping off place for imagination Stateside and Overseas. Call

I Wing Ten atop Hangar 13. The Air Wing, with Cecil's VA- Sand 34, earned the Commendationfor Jacksonville and thinking.are The 20 ugly miles lightsof a- DYER M. BURR

exceptionally meritorious service while serving aboard the USS Intrepid off Vietnam. way, and we can at leas t hope GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

,..... .. or that the St. John's polution does FINANCE CORPORATIONand
: News not extend too far down.
I StationSquadron, I So I stood there enjoying the INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
roar of the breakers, wet sand INSURANCE COMPANY
\. and the taste of salt untilI 5615 Timuquana Rd. 771-0527
Advancements VA :37 All James T. Edwards -
the That
stepped on soggy cigar.
for four
years. .
VF":62 Walter J. Natskakulato VA 44: A03 Phillip Mil- l,
AMS3 James B. Banagan to ling for six years under Star

AE1. program ..
Re Enlistments Station: Mabra Bates AOC, ( Gotaloadof
for six years.
AMSC Wallace E. Land of Thomas Taylor AKC, for four U. S. Savings Bonds and
NAMTRADET ;034 for four years. reedom Shares are the best needs
years. Awards ilf rwestment you can make in the money
uture of America.Irmi.

VA 4i: Bluejacket of the See
Career TalkWith HFC.
Month AE1 Max Ayers.VF _
62: Boomer of the Month
Chief llathhiri ADJ3 Claude J. Young
Plane Captain of the Month 4
Many of the career Navy men ,Robert S. Tufte VALUES! 11
of today are unaware of the edu- VIJ (62: ,LetterofCommenda- WHOLESALE
cational opportunities availablefor tion to ADR3: John Chapman, for
dependents. superior performance while attached PRICE TO EVERYONE
The Department of the Navyis to the squadron.
extremely interested In educational Station Public Affairs: Lettersof
opportunities for the dependents Appreciation to JO1 Robert OPEN
of active retired with Hunter RM2/JO Frank Degnan, EVERY
pay and deceased personnel.The and :N David Jusiewicz for out-
Career Counselor's: office standing performance.A .
would like to provide more extensive -
data on this program but College Scholarship Service
our information is limited. The blank can be obtained from CSS
Box 176, Princeton New Jersey -
assistance::t we can provide at
this time is to explain where to ; and Box27896, Los Angeles, SURPLUS GOODS I
look for student information.When Calif. Filled in and signed, the
it comes to estimating application hould be sent backto DISCOUNT STORE
financial need there is a central the Scholarship :service; well in
organization representing 190 advance of the date on which I0358eocfr! B/v/
colleges throughout the country copies must:: be sent to the college It can be a long time from one pay call to the next-
that participateinmilitarysdiol- especially when you really need money for some worth
arship programs. It's known as while purpose.If .
the College Scholarship Serviceof 8Bob's Oak Hill you run short, get money help from Household
the College Entrance Examin- Finance-the company most service people choose be
ation Board. cause HFC tells you in advance how much your loan will
Pure Service CenterOpen cost-in dollars and cents.There won't be any surprisesor
9TO extras. Unload your money problems soon-at HFC.
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. Before
you sign on the dotted line,
know what your loan will cost.,

road service. pick up & delivery
r mechanic. on duty American. & Foreign Cars T"Get 24 II U 6
f payst, pnar, D.ywa perish

$100 5.93 7.29 10.07 $18.48
103rd & Jammes
771 91 S6 Road 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 +
Jacksonville, Florida 300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45 .
500 28.97 35,85 49.75 91.78 .
600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
Charge art compultd at 3% on tkat/ pail of
-- c' scheduled monthly balancn not txtttdmf$300
and 2% on any itmaindn. This icktdul u
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I Beaches USO Anl,1o ncesA'nriual 'Pal Day' A'RMEV 1OQ(1.r


The annual USO Pal Day will Club, 603 N. 1st St., from noon personnel and their families took form. Children of military dependents be held at Jacksonville Beach until 3 p.m. There will also be advantage of Pal Day.A must be accompaniedby &+

May 11 and military personneland free pony rides for the children service uniform will be the their parents in order enjoy +*
their families will be the adjacent to the USO Club. ticket for admission and depen- the free activities. ja ir

guests of the USO Council of Armed Forces Pal Day has dents whose husbands are deployed . &ll&svStit( *-
the Beaches. been held by the USO Councilof should apply at the Beaches Bonds will return -

Griffin's Amusement Area is Beaches annually for the past USO dub for admission U. $4 S.for Savings $3 you investin -- \
offering free rides from 1 to eight years and is the second badges. every

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I Merit Job Openings Announced

Merit promotion opportunities MPB No. 63 68 Training Area of consideration: NAS,
currently open for receipt of Technician, GS 4 ((6 positions) NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,
applications are listed below. MPB No. 64 -68 Supervisory Navy Commissary Stores, Navy
The area of consideration and Training Technician, GS 5. Recruiting :Station:: ,Jax.,Fla.Ap-
,closing date of each is shown. Area of consideration: Sixth plications will be ,accepted
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D Naval District. Applicationswill through the close of business
Grade levels GS 4 and below; be accepted through the closeof today.
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C business May 13. MPB No. '71 68 Dental ,
All semi skilled positions pay MPB No. 65 68 Personnel Hygienist, GS 4 5. Areaof t
level 7 and below; Staffing Specialist (Examining) consideration: nationwide.
MPB No. 83 -,67 Plan B GS 5. Area of consideration: Applications will be accepted
All skilled positions pay level NAS, NARF NARTU, COM through the close of business
8 and above. Area of consideration FAIRJAX, Navy CommissaryStores May 27.MPB. '
: NASNARFNARTUCOMFAIRJAX Navy Recruiting Station No. 72-68 Equipment
Navy Commissary Jax., Fla. Applications will Specialist (Electronics), GS 9.
Store, Navy Recruiting Station, accepted through the. close of Area of consideration: Sixth I
Ja.(., Fla. Applications for these business May 6. Naval District. Applications will
positions will be accepted at any MPB No. 66 68 Supply be accepted through the close of
time. A separate applicationmust Clerk (Typing), GS 4 FAE- business May 28. y V y
be filed for each position TULANT. Area of considera-- MPB' No. 73 '-'68 Electronics
in which interested. tion: FAETULANT, NASNARF, Technician, GS 10. Area of
;MPB No. 158 67 Industrial NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy consideration: WAS NARF,
Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11. Commissary, Stores, Navy Recruiting NARTU COMFAIRJAX, Navy
Area of consideration: nation-' Station, Jax., Fla. Applications Commissary Stores, Navy Recruiting -
wide. Applications will be-..accepted will be accepted Station Jax., Cecil
until the needs of*the through the close of business Field NAS, Naval Station May-
service are met and will be today. port, Fla. Applications will be
considered as received. MPB No. 67 68 Legal Clerk accepted through the close of
MPB No. 49 68 Super- (Stenography), GS 5. Area of business May 9.
visory Electronics EngineerGS- consideration: Sixth Naval Dis All applicants must be careeror
\ 9 or 11. Area of consideration: trict. Applications will be accepted career conditional employees -
nationwide. Applications will be through the close of bus- of the Federal government.
\accepted through the close of, iness May 6. Applications for these positions WON'T YOU TAKE PART
,business May 8. MPB No. 68 68 Shorthand should be filed with IRD, Box
MPB No. 53 68 Education Reporter GS 6. Area of 22, NAS, Jax., Fla. 32212. For IN THE
Service Assistant, GS 7. consideration: nationwide, Ap- further information regarding
MPB No. 56 68 Illustrator, plications will be accepted these positions, see the copies of 00ST REDI/STION/ 0 PROGRAM 7
GS 5. Area of consideration: through the close of business the bulletins or announcements or
nationwide, Applications will be May 23.MPB. call Ext. 2320, Rating and Examining -
accepted through the close of No. 69 68 Supply Branch, IRD, NASJax.,
business May 9. Clerk, GS 5 ((2 vacancies) Fla: Navy Seeks to Bolster Cost Reduction Drive
MPB No. 61 68 Electrical
Engineer, GS 11. Area of Employees Must Arrasge Health Program JAX -- As of March 1, the Department of the Navy reported
consideration: nationwide. ApplIcations obtaining 14 per cent of its assigned goal in the cost reduction,
will be accepted An employee who wants to establish eligibility for "service program.The .
through the close of business benefits" while insured by the Blue Cross Blue Shield health
May 22.MPB. plan must apply for them to his doctor before accepting treatment remaining 86 per cent required must be raised during the
last four months of the Fiscal Year 1968. ,
No.62-68 Leader,Litho- according to a recent ruling approved by the Civil Service Com- ,
graphic'Pjressman. Area of consideration mission. If the Navy fails to raise the entire amount it will be the only
: nationwide. Applications Service benefits, mean that a Blue Shield participating physician military department not to meet its commitment to the Secretary f
!' will be accepted throughthe will accept the Plan's allowances as full payment for covered ser- of Defense. .
close of business ,May 16. vices when the patient establishes eligibility. To be eligible for
The of $318 million
'Navy goal does ,not mean that the Navy will
service benefits employee elected self and! family coverage
of less than have less to 'spend, but it means that*the Navy and Marine Corps
with high option must have a family income $7,500.
will obtain that much
NARF Worker With self and family covereage and low option, the annual family more military capability.
income is limited to less than 4000. Savings resulting from cost reduction actions, will be utilized
Those employees who have self only coverage with high option the locally to provide funds needed to obtain additional capability and
Has $785 IdeaAlvin service 3000.benefit income limit $5,000 and with low option, the limitis readiness.

This new ruling puts on the employee who may be eligible for ser-
D. Crews received a vice benefits the responsibility to ask his doctor he is a Blue Sheid
$785.00 check from Capt. C. T. participating physician and to explain to him before he begins treat-
Faulders, commanding officer ment that the employee is applying for these benefits.
Naval Air Rework Facility on
: April 18 for his beneficial sug-
,gestion for the "Repair of the '7

,! RA 5 C Intermediate Spoilers OPEN \ SUNDAY
when the center hinge lugs are
cracked. Spoilers act as wind /a: .
; deflectors and break up the wind
flow across the wings when the
aircraft is ready to land.
Crews suggested that the
," cracked hinge be removed and a A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY
0 replacement hinge fitted into place
by using the remaining hinge *. t.r. thm the VW 16 point S.f.ty Md P.tfoim.ne. InspectIon. -
Then w. tunod up. tlKht.nU and replac ovcrythinc th.t .. ..
points and: dimensions. After the n.odd It. And cv..tt..d them 100,:. for th. repair or np l.e.m.ntof
replacement hinge is fitted into alt odor mwchMlcal part* for 30 days or 1000 mil.. Como
on In and doublo check. :
place, alodine and two coats of ENGINE TRANSMISSION "REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE
zinc chrome primer are applied. ASSEMBLIES BRAJCE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

This method of repair is avail- VW SEDANS FROM 1962 to 1968 ,. f ,., '
,: able when the center, hinge lug ; ,

Is not available In the supply 62 VW SEDAN . .''. . .' . $850 ., / ; ,

I ''J,'* system.Crew's suggestion is expected 64 VW SEDAN . . . . .., .$1000 ..

::: to save the Navy $26,258.AUTOMARINE. 65 VW SEDAN .V. . ;* '. '. .' *" $1200 Trustworthy' loyal helpful friendly
j <: 66 VW SEDAN.* .$1400

66 VW' SEDAN Air Condo . .": '. $1690 courteous, cheerful that's us here at

); _:gQa..Bj 67 VW SEDAN . . . . .$1650

j .,' 'Ie', 67 VW SEDAN Air Cond . . . $1895

I \ ;: '66 VW KARMANN GHIA CPE. . $1675

66 VW SQUARE BACK . . . $1800 ? :

I 65 FORD GALAXI 500 4 Dr. HT. V/IA/TP'SA/C $1400

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62 MERCURY METEOR 2 Dr. . .0. . $750

Building 39 Ext. 3870

CALL Monday' Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
WESTSIDE Thursday': 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
339 1161 Friday': 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. ,

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BODY 389.4 SHOP 59.booooooooooooooooooex 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 I' Building 26 Ext.. 226
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By Tom Raker ', ,,::-:". '
The Naval Air Technical Norman L. Daniels AE1 Mi- -"
Tuesday after 15 years as a ,:,,' '.
Training Center held a military chael L. Bridges AQ2 JohnW. \0
review Friday in honor of Capt. Dudek SSgt. Robert E. Partridge civil service employee.A for her .. .
Carl D. Simonsen command and SSgt. Jolley E. Wat was
Ing officer of the Naval Air Re- Friday at the Candlelight Res-,
serve Training Unit. Capt. Sim- son.Following the presentation taurant. Friends and coworkersgave
tv y onsen retired Tuesday from 32 medals Captain Kline introduced her a watch, an automatic
k4! TiP years of naval service. Admiral Stroh who in turn card shuffler and other personal .
The review was held on the NAS introduced Captain Simonsen.The items. Cdr. V.G. Quillen super- I
intendent of electrical training: ,
parade grounds and was_ attended retiring captain told participating -
n gave her a NATTC plaque. ,
t d by scores of spectatorsand military personnelthat
rankin would After the luncheon Mr:?.Hamilton -
high Na\'yoUic1als. they like himself
including RAdm. Robert J. Stroh look back with nostalgia on these went to the office of Capt. ;. .
commander Fleet Air Jack- years of service to country and R.P. Kline commanding officer ,.,' ',",
sonville. remember them as the olden to receive a letter of appreciation. .i ;

Beginning the program was an years". . ,
inspection of the Marine honor The review ended with troops \ ...". /',
LEAVE SUNDAY. Five members of WC086 leave Sundayfor quard and a performance by the passing In review and departing "Has anyone put"a thermometer "
in the water? asked Capt.
a three-day Southeast Regional meeting of the Navy Wives Jaxon Lancers NATTC's pre- honors.
C.D. Simonsen. "vVere going to
Club of America at Charleston S.C. They are (L to R) Mesdames R.cision P. Kline drill team.commanding Then offic-Capt. * let you check the temperature" : ',jH'.

I Thomas E. Bennett Thomas S. Hamby, Conic/ Ownby ers of NATTC, presented awards Mrs. :Mary S. Hamilton a answered Capt. R.P. Kline. ''Y
John Treutel) and Charles Smith. Naval Station Charleston is to five men for Vietnam service. clerk-typist in the curriculum Under clouds shuttled by light .
hosting the ladies. Receiving awards were AO1 section of AE School retired breezes Captain Simonsen
bravely plunged, and with a .
water scattering splash: the "
NATTC outdoor pool was of-
: t ;: b ktff2 : fically opened Friday. -- ,,;
The hours of operation are '
., -
11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday1, '
Sunday, and holidays. -v .-
Although the water must have** ".
been a bit chilly Captain Simonsen -
; said he was "pleased to '
be taking advantage of one of the '
5, many fringe benefits offered ser-
II vice personnel the military's
exceptional athletic facilities."
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: 11 Marines .{ '


,, Honored
Eleven Marines were honored '
at the monthly "get together" :
April 25 at the Acey Ducey Club. '

Four were welcomed aboard. ,' ,
They joined the command since"; >,
March 15. They Include SSgt. '
':", < 11. W. Donahue Jr., SSgt. E. P.u:-t- & '
',:;,: 'j '> <::H', '::}\ '" : :: Hoffman ,S t'I: T. P. Miller,* .. byi' '.. : ,
< :""::"" Jr., and Sgt. W. S. Burris .'

MN1umrsfl1Av Two Marines who received ;'"
p orders since March 20, were .
e&:4: bid Bon Voyage. They were G -
a Sgt. D. J. Perez and GySgt. R.
: : w T. White.
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The remaining five were congratulated -
1 '' .' x for being promoted to
} their present rank. They include
? a Capt. H. Poithuma, SSgt. G. H.
u'' p 2 Brand D.
SSgt. J. Hartman SSgtC.
G. Scalf and Sgt. J. 11.

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","fl,\;.".ir Selected :'.

INrU,4IiI11tftFHtW ... Jax -- In a ceremony held
''',' April 17, the Commanding Of-
ficer of VP 45. Cdr. H. D
Wilbur named RM2 Benjamin
i'i1'' "' D. Holder as the squadron's Red
Darter of the Month.
The letter of designation saidin
ii Y vS part "Your selection as
Red Darter of the Month is madein
recognition of your devotionto f
duty and your excellence in
t performance of assigned tasks.
JEw Holder joined VP-45 in August
1966 when he was assigned as a
radio operator to one of the
\ r 4r squadron's P3A aircraft crews.
._ Since that time he has become
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VA-176, Navy Retire Last Skyraicfers from Service. r i iJ


ax -- Two A 1 Skyraiders for NAS Oceana, Va., yesterday _SB]) Dauntless, a workhorseof gineers::; came up with the basic ment last week the Skyraider.
buzzed off the air station's run- where it will soon fly A 6 the Navy's air arm during design for the aircraft. The first: was considered the most power r
way last week and disappearedover Intruder jets. World War II. Working througha production models were delivered ful single engine propeller f
the horizon. A short time The pilots who flew the A -1 single night in a Washingtonhotel in June 1945, and driver plane in existence.Too tt
later the two planes zipped over dubbed the planes "Spads", after room three Douglas en- from that time. until its, retire- late for the Second World first Ii I..,
.1: War, the Skyraider was
the banked, and then the original Spad biplane fighter > -
runway, : after
flown in combat in Korea
touched down end that was the terror of the skies
bringing an
to another era in naval aviation.It in the early days of aerial flight ii i\\ being launched from the USS ,
: ;
marked an end to a 13 -year during World War One :; ." Valley Three years Forge later on July the plane 3, 1950.set \\r f;
association between the officers
Dream all time carrying record by
Engineer's an ;
and men of VA 176 and the
Skyraiders as the squadron-and The history of the plane goes ', taking 14,941 pounds aloft, a
Navy offered a final salute to the back to 1944 when the Navy issued w.:,,r/;; load which weighed 3,000 pounds
last A ls on with the Navy. an urgent call to Douglas Air- more than the Skyraider. Flying
The squadron left Jacksonville craft for a plane to replace the i ,. with a normal ordnance load of
; : 12,000 pounds the A 1 was
(, capable of flying 550 nautical
miles to a mission target,cir
cling the area for anhour, bomb-
5 Sr ing and strafing and then making

the return flight.
? C/
Z < a : VA-176's Thunderbolts'Commissioned

< here in June
1955, VA 176 flew its first
Spads from the deck of the
. u : Randolph. During 13 years at
NAS Jax, Thunderbolt pilots operated .
from six other carriers.VA .
176 took part in crises
in the Mid East in 1956, Nic-
aragua in 1960, Dominican Re-
ii public in 1961,,'and Cuba and Haiti
m .n in 1962 and 63. In addition, the
ASSUMES COMMAND -- Cdr. J. T. French congratulates new squadron was deployed toViet-
Thunderbolt skipper, Cdr. C. L. Cook following ceremony last nam in 1966 and was on alert
week. during last year's Mid East cris
C is. Six Spads from VA 176
__.. .. 'iI.. ,, '1
c \\ .. \ the Guantanamo defense
,.. J ..' were
::Y'.s'J ,,' ....;:.u.7i4. ."., ':\(;
: ,. \ force during 1963.
"."" ,_'Jt: ,, '. ,1? During their Vietnam tour,
: Thunderbolt pilots flew over
; 1,600 combat sorties total-
;: 4w ling almost 5,000 hours and delivered -
over 2,500 tons of ord-
: During mission four
nance. one
.' VA 176 Spads were attackedby
four jet MIGs. In the en-
? ct aF ja suing battle, one MIG was destroyed -

,, with one probable and
D !. BR 2
4 one possible, making the score
e three out of four with no'damage .
rI suffered by VA176. i

I a result of the squadron's
\ Vietnam performance 147 a-
wards for heroism and gallantrywere
Model C.) made to Thunderbolt per-

. sonnel.
, For those who need that 'fourth bedroom and 2 baths, 0.Ab Following the encounter with
here is a budget priced model with features galore. the MIGs, VA-176 pilots threwout
Separate dining room, curve drive take it out of' the ordinary their time-worn challengeto
and make it special. the enemy pilots: "You've

Clay County's Only Completely been had by a Spad."
That remark will now be reserved -
for historians and sea
:BBLL.A.IR: : :: COLORS -. A Marine color guard passes reviewing stand during stories. The 'last Spad to be
retirement ceremonies for A-1 Skyraiders. In background is the flown in combat was retired dur-

:Ho7.LE: :aUILDERS.: :INC... new A-6 Intruder which the squadron will fly at Oceana, Va. three ing ceremonies weeks ago.on the It West has Coast been

You ere cordially Invited to Inspect our homes lit your convenience: (Photos by PH2 E. W. Hicks) taken to Pensacols to the museum
10 A.M. to Derk. Travel South on Blending Bouteverd (Hwy. *21): of Navy aviationhere it will

represent the over 3,000 Sky-
raiders which naval
---- --------- were flownby
aviators in peace and war.
The ceremony here last week
also marked a change of commandfor
VA-176 as C.L Cook relieved
vacationPLANNING Cdr. J.T. French as commandIng -
officer of the Thunderbolts.
Commander Cook and the officers
S and men look forward to carrying -
V S I on the Thunderbolt tradition
with the new Intruders at Oceana.
S C/ C .
; : ? Approximately 60 per cent of
all purchases of Series E Sav-
ings Bonds are made through the
0 Payroll Savings Plan.

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'11 May 2, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER __Page!

( ) ,
: MoviesMovies .
, Club SchedulesNASJAX

I, will be shown nightlyat .. .. Want Ad Section'

II the NAS Jax Theatre at 7:30: BLUEJACKETS INN: The Six-
p.m. There will also be a Kiddie teens are on hand tonight. Phil
, Matinee at 2 p.m., Saturdays "O" CLUB: Enjoy the beefeater's Cay and the Chantels will en-
buffet from 6 9p.m.
! and a regular feature at 2 p.m., The Strange today Meadowlarks to tertain tomorrow evening. Sat- Ads should. be mailed, t it the Holt Publishing' Company,
fi Sundays and holidays. The Hospital the music tomorrow urday afternoon the Flip Sides 1950 Blending Bti'd..Jacksonville, Florida... 32210 to arrive'
tf Theatre will have one nightly ev-- will make their appearance, followed not later than Tuesday for publication' the following Thursday -
I{ feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field ening. Saturday Charlie Jay will in the evening by the Run Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
be on hand to provide dining and follAiving: week unless the publisher is instructed other-
, will have two nightly shows during Aways. Doom's Day will hit the !
p the week at 5:30 and 8 dancing music. Foreign dish BJI Sunday afternoon, followedin ivise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
night Tuesday features Chinese l be received WITH the for the ad
copy -
d Matinees will be shown on weekends the evening by the Camelots.The .
food from 6
to p.m. May 14,
at 2 and 5 Nu Sounds are under the
l' p.m.
play the new game, "Beat the DO NOT SEND CASH
spotlight Monday. Tuesday and
THURSDAY, May 2 Clock", at the main brace.from Wednesday the club will rockto HATE: Minimum charge ((3 lin.'). . . . 12.00
NAS: "THE HAPPENING" 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.CANDLELIGHT. the sounds of the UFO. For additional lint ((4 words per lin<.. . 0.50

starring Anthony Quinn and
George Maharis. Rating Very : The restau-
good ((99 min.) rant will be open from 11 a.m. Cecil's Beacon Club
ring Joan Crawford and Ty Har- urday and from 11 a.m. until Thursday, May 2, "Rousta- STATE radio 4 speed NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900
din. Rating Very good. ((104 10 p.m. Sunday. Johnny Duke bouts". fully automatic intermix stereo blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and
min.) will provide the musical enter- Friday, May 3, "Rough I- changer with automatic cut off Unf urn.Apts. All new paint,2BR,
C. FIELD: "ISLAND OF THE tainment from 7:30 to 11:30: p.m. deas". and dual sapphire needles. 2 LR, Kit Furn, Nook, Park 2
DOOMED" starring Qameron tomorrow and Saturday. There Saturday, May 4, "Red Coats months old. Pay balance of $69, cars, water & sewage & garbageincl.
Mitchell and Elisa Monies. will be a buffet dinner Sunday. 5". or $8.50 per month. Phone only $85 mo for unfurn.
Rating Not Available. ((97 niin.) Sunday, May 5, Phil Cay and 353-1946, ask for Credit Mana- Call 387-2541, nites and week-
FRIDAY, May 3 ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Cometo the "Chantels". ger. Will deliver, without obli- ends Call 389-0744.,
NAS: "BALLAD OF JOSE" the "Shipwreck Party"tomor- Monday, May 6, "Rousta- gation. A-1 MUSIC CENTER 1606
starring Doris Day and Peter row with prizes going to the bouts". Main St. Jax. Fla. REPOSSESSION I .
Graves.Rating Very Good. best costumes. Mark Castle will Tuesday, May 7, "Red Coats '63 Galaxy "500" Convertible,
((110 min.) be on hand to provide the music 5". ZIG ZAG FOR $40 $595 or best offer. Phone
HOSPITAL: "THE HAPPEN- for the party. The Eightballsare Wednesday May 8, "MelGadenand SEWING MACHINE Original 264-4525.
ING" starring Anthony Quinn under the spotlight Satur- his "Lazy Rhythm Girls." Guarantee, Zig Zags, makes buttonholes "REAL ESTATE: We will help

and George Maharis. Rating day evening. Game night will sews onbuttonsdecorative you Buy, Sell or Invest.
Very, Good. ((99 min.) be featured Sunday at 6 p.m., designs, Monograms, etc. Bowen Real Estate, Realtor*
C. FIELD: "BERSERK'-1 star- followed by music provided by New Research Station Just pay balance $40 at $8 per USN Retired 384 1376.
ring Joan Crawford and Ty Har- the Five Clubs. Happy Hour is Dedicated in Antarctic month. Phone 353-1946 anytime. DELRAY MANOR 110th '
Will deliver
Wed- no obligation. A-l
featured Monday through
din. Rating Very Good. 104
min.) nesday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. WASHINGTON (AFPS) Sewing Machine Co. 1606 Karen St. New all brick homes,
AC Low 20's.
Main St. Building Lots
Antarctica's newest permanent
SATURDAY: May 4 Available White Bldr.
; Floyd ,
"DEADLY AFFAIR" starring CPO CLUB: Pizzas go for research station, Palmer II, has 771 5643.
James Mason and Simone Sig- 75rt today. The Tunetwisters been fficlally dedicated. Rear PORTABLE TYPEWRITER

noret. Rating Very Good. 114 will entertain tomorrow evening. .'''Adm. J. L. Abbot, Jr., Com- Remington Lightweight good con- 'DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
dition. Has balance $34
Try the seafood special for$1.25 or
min.) JOCKEY?? For information
mander U. S. Naval Support :
The Moonliters are under the pay $7 per month. 1606 MainSt.
OF 356
: JO 8351. Day or Night.
Force Antarctica presentfor ., or Phone 353-1946. Will
SE" starring Doris Day and spotlight Saturday evening. was
Peter Graves. Rating Very night will be featured Sunday at the commissioning ceremon- deliver, without obligation.FOR DRAPERIES & CORNICE

Good. ((110 min.) 6 p.m., followed by music pro- ies RENT OR FOR SALE BOARDS Custom made Fabrics,
C. FIELD: uTIlE HAPPEN- vided by the Five Clubs. Happy MJpggiqp Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &, accessories & installation avaIl-
Hour is featured
ING" starring Anthony Quinn and Monday through GIANT SWAP MEETJAX FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. able. Phone 781 0988
4:30 6:30
Wednesday : to
George Maharis. Rating Very Call Powell or Mills USN
Good. ((99 min.) LARGEST FLEA Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park MUSIC LESSONS

KIDDE MATINEE: "TRAIT- To obtain the best price possible MARKET Realty. Adults or children, Guitar, Piano
ORS GATE" starring Gary Ray the Navy Ships: Store Office Come Buy. Sell or Broiwse-- FOR Organ. Call 388 3228.
mond. (Color Action) Thousands, of Items. I
InrBrooklyri'negbtiates con- t Blanding Drive-In Theatre Dodge Wagon. V-8, PS, P Gate
tractual agreements with manu- MUST SELLI!
Auto/Trans Air ,Cond, Luggage
'Glaucoma'Program facturers to be used by the Navy Every Sat. 7 am.6 p.m. Rack. All tinted glass. 4000 '65 FIAT SEDAN, Perfect Condi-
Exchange in ordering retail mer- Sun. I p.m. 6 p.m. miles $2900 Call 'after 6 tion. $595. Phone 2644525.
chandise. 768 7085 or 768 4793 359-3205.

FOR SALE mile, no, of .NAS Clean
oaasn AKAI M-8 Stereo Recorder 2 modern trailers & Apts. 389 ...

ConductedApproximately i Fisher XP-9 speakers 30x60MM 3007.

f RooseveltO RWASH1i spotting scope Duty Ph.772-2606.
74 cent (Tate) Home 387-3548 DOYLE STERLING
per i
of the Naval Air Rework Facili- O 1 Strawberries. You pick them.
fallOPEN 2 AIR COND. ONE 18,000 BTU 20# a quart. Lawtey, Fla.
ty's in
employees participated
DAILY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM $125
one 11,000$75.264.6517JACKSONVILLE
the glaucoma screening program i i iI ji
conducted this year together with FOR SALE: 1968 EL DORADO
the annual X ray program. Fully Equip.,Like new.264-2921.
Slightly more than two percent -
I NAACP Anyone desiring mem 65 OLDS ONE OWNER
of the 2,700 employees test- WITH/ FILL UP OF 15 GALS Or MORE STANDARD OIL/ bership information. : Call Best in town, 384-7997.
ed referred totheirophtha-
were A PRODUCTS. CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED jI j 764-2019 after 5:00p.m.
mologistfor further diagnosis and 63 SPORT FURY CONV.

treatment.The disability. from this the Jacksonville Rockets '67 HARLEY DAVIDSON SPRINT Blk. with Red Inter, White Top.
disease can be halted in most I Support Ii f 250cc. $550 or'best offer. Wind- V-8, Floor Shift,772-3129.7AM-
shield, Saddle bags & helmet 4 P.M.
cases by persistent
treatment.prompt | Buy Your Season Tickets Now!!! ,i includ. Excel. Cond. 772-2350
The Cvilian Employee Recrea- during working hrs. Lt. BIckel
tion and Welfare Association co- SPRAWAX. 5 sponsored with the Florida State j 388-2944.
Board of Health this preventive 0 Located in Rooscvtff MoShopping// Center : ; '
It program is planned to combine 0o0.sC) O O tstio0oO 04lll o..04III VERTIBLE. Best offer takes, BEACH 3BR, 1/2 blkfromocean;
these programs in future years this weekend. Phone 264-4525. $125 yearly basis. A/C; Floor
so that all employees will have Furn. Avail Now. 388-9886 after
RETIREMENT LOTS 2000. Mrs. Cunningham.FOR .
be tested
ample opportunity to every -
other year. MONEY Small down payment, Close to
Cash Monthly Months fishing 150' x 212'. RENT 2BR HOUSE, FURN.
GREENLAND REALTY CO. Orange Park,temp.or permanent
THESYAMROCX IN 1 DAY You Get Payment to Pay Brokers Phone 359 2653. 264-6884 Qtrs. Will rent' to bachelors.

$ 4.J3 $ 5.00 24

( 219.27 13.00 24 3 BR OR 4, EXCEL. FOR LARGE '61 TEM PEST STATION WAGON,
$25 to $600 Family. Avail. June 10th $69 New tires, perfect mechanically,
l TERRACE 320.79 19.00 24 mo., Low Dwn Payment.384-5885 $295 cash! Phone 2644525.V8eOa4& .

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Ct, 1.. ,' San Juan ARRANGED
c; at Niblick 500.51 29.00 24 ;
600.00 34.39 24
t u Bedrooms BY PHONE
Garden Txpi Apurme: .
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)K.tclu'ns; '!tqn'.pptd;* irufi (.1. (CInJu'.Jiiut : 3 Lines Additional Lines 50
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'!<". ...,, ""!-+-" State Bonus for

Vietnam Service .

'II'j ,

CONNECTICUT ,.,.- ,. .
Vietnam service between 1 .1 .'
.. January 1964 and such date as
.f." thereafter shall be determinedby
"',", the U. S. Government as the r\
S ,1 {t' date of termination of the Vietnam -
o era, for at least 90 days A
::1 active service. While service
may have begun prior to 1 Jan- .
uary 1964, only service there-
after is considered toward the
payment of abonus Veteran must j
have resided in the'State of Con-
necticut for at least one year
preceding entry into service.
;? : 4 Must be in active service, hon-
h orably discharged or retired. _., .
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roWaldo-' -- -

Mrs. Gunter Mew RC Director month Bonus of is service ten dollars after for 1 January each- Visitors explore Skyhawk cockpit during Open House. I

1964 up to a maximum. of

FLORIDfl Mrs. Virginia Gunter, a Red $300.00 ((30'months). VA-66 Hosts Open. House
If veteran is deceased, the
Cross worker for a quarter of a
1341.fcnylh., ..Downtown .. century, has taken over as Red amount of compensation to whichhe Nearly 200 dependents of the line to an exposure suit. Amongthe
.. Cross Director at NAS Cecil would have been entitled under men of Attack Squadron 66 tour- visitors as a whole, the win-
.*. Field.A this bonus act had he survived ed the squadron's quarters at an ner was thefire-fightingdemon-
STRUNG-UP by native of Greenville, S. C., shall be paid to the following clas- Open House held last Saturday. stration bq the Cecil Fire crew.
: avengers Mrs. Gunter has been active with ses of persons in order named, Displays and exhibits included To top it off, LCdr. Ed Craig,
WHIPPED each class to the exclusion of Lt. Ernie Lewis, Lt. Al Laxton,
.. the Red Cross since 1942 when static aircraft, movies, and pilot
the I awl!
.. '. by she became a member of the Red all other classes. Surviving survival gear. The aircraft displays and Lt (jg) Ken Hespe took their
a TORTUREDby Cross Staff at the Army Air Force spouse of the deceased veteran, were tops to the young- Skyhawks up for an aerial display.
by his own flesh/ : Hospital, Greenville, S. C. Other provided such spouse is unmar- sters and the Waldomen pre- Squadron exec Cdr.Ramsey nar-
ried at the time of applicationand of rated the miniature air show.
previous duty stations include the sented souvenir photographs
-- Service. to Veterans Program, provided at the time of the the junior pilots with their plane. The aerobatics included forma-
a minute: Atlanta, service to Chapters, veteran's entry into service and The survival gear took second tion flying, highspeed passes,
to : South Eastern and Area Head- thereafter such spouse was not place, ,with everything from fish field carrier landings, air to-
pray f' aid refuel, and field arrestment.All .
quarters, Atlanta, and various without just cause living apart
a second: disaster assignments such as from such veteran. If no sur- 4
then to surviving
Hurricane "Betsy" of 1965. viving spouse
to die! : Mrs. Gunter said that she is child or children,share and share
looking forward to her tour at alike; and the descendents of a tiwI
That's all them McCord! .. Cecil Field, and mentioned she is deceased child per stirpes shall
gave most anxious to expand Red Cross take the share of the parent if
..EASTMAN COIW... Services to include First Aid living. If no surviving spouse,
.. .. Courses, children or descendants of child-
ren, bonus is to. be paid to
surviving parent or parents of I,
deceased veteran who shall
have made application within
three years after the terminationof
the Vietnam era subject to
1 the following: No payment shall
be made to any grandchild or gyp=
/ 1
To continued.. aboard for an' emergency. 'Young firefighters man the I
/ engines.

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---n": -- Army Captures

Volleyball TitleThe ./.

U. S. Army volleyball '
team took six straight matches
last week to win their first Inter -
Golf Standings I N
Mppk .
Reworks 1 5 Service volleyball crown
VP-5 0 2 since 1964. The double round
American Handicap LeagueVP robin affair was staged at Dover
National Scratch League AFB, Del.

Navy took the runner up posi-
45 3 0 COMFAUUAX 3.5.5 tion with a 4 2 record with
Hospital "A" 2 '1 FAW 11 3.5.5 both losses coming at the handsof
Par Scramblers 2 1 NARTU 3 0 Army, Air Force took third

Gems 2 2 VP 16 2 0 place with 2-4 and the Marine
A/C Maintenance 1.5 2.5 679th 1.5 1.5 r.! 'z. t \ Corps: finished last with 0-6.
VP 30 "A" 1.5 2.5 V P 30 "B" 3 2 ? J i Army's win broke the Air
Blue 1 2 VAP 62 1 3 ,, Force's title winning streak as
Cadeuces 0 2 Gold 1 4 aS k Air Force took both the 1966 and
Reworks .5 5.5 : 1967 Inter Service champion-
VP-5 0 2 ,-_. ships.
American Scratch League
Army into the Amateur
Reenlistment Bonus SPEARHEADS DRIVE .- Cdr. W. D. Harkins, Naval Air Rework Athletic Union competition at ,
Par Scramblers 3. 0VP Facility executive officer, presents Olympic team contributor's Seattle Wash. May 4 5 and I
45 ,3 ::::0 (Continued from Page I) plaque to D. R. Whiddon, NARF production engineering superintendent will compete in the U. S. Volley" "
Gems 2 2 in recognition of financial support provided the 1968
Hospital "A" 2 1 to multiple three. They are Olympic team by NARF personnel. ball 8-11.Association championshipsMay
Aviation Electrician's Mate
Cadeuces 1 1 ,
Blue 1.5 2.5 Aviation Ordnanceman, Gunner's
A/C Maintenance 1.5 2.5 Mate (Guns), Gunner's Mate Players Wait .
VP 30 "Au 0 4 Technician, Machinery Repairman A
Opticalman, Signalman and
National Handicap League Torpedo's Mate. For DecisionA

At multiple two, Instrumentman -
Team and Disbursing Clerk have proposed financial statementfor
COMFAIRJAX 4 0 been added to Missile Technician, the 1968 intramural softball LASTWEEKWESAID
NARTU '., 3 3 0 Builder, Engineering AidEquipment season has been submitted and is
FAW -11 1VP30"B"
3 2 Operator, Steelworker, awaiting approval by the station
Construction Electrician, Utilities Special Services officer,accord-
679th 2 1
Man Construction: Mechanic Ing to Athletic Director Frank
VP 16 1 1
and 14 specified NECs within McCaffrey.At .
VAP 62 1 3
the Hospital Corpsman: rating. a softball organizational "
Gold 1 4
meeting held Friday 22 team representatives -
Air Controlman: has been addedto
Safe CyclingPersons multiple one, which currently discussed program "we"
includes Aerographer's Mate, plans, i budgeting and rules
ridingbicycles aboard Aviation Structural Mechanic governing play.McCaffrey .
said that the biggest
station streets and roads are sub- Commissaryman, Patternmaker
will be that of
ject to all duties applicable to and Storekeeper.Also expense paying

motor vehicle drivers except for effective July 1, an Elec- qualified umpires. A minimumof To a homeowner who wanted a new roof
those rules which by their nature $10 per game was set for
tronic Warfare his head.
System Specialists over .
have no application. umpire cost; two umpires receiving -
and Drone Antisubmarine
Station $5 each.
bicyclists include regulations: ((1)) regarding Bicycles Helicopter Technicians (NEC The proposed financial statement To a man with a two-car family who wanted a '
skills within the AW ) will '
shall be used to carry no more rating is based on double round two-car garage. .. .
be eligible for $75 a month P-2
persons at one time than the robin play in two leagues witha
number for which they are designed proficiency pay. Other ratings double elimination play off to To a professor with a library who wanted a.
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