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 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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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 tie ret expression of any
t military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the pro u es advertised.



'", Savings Bond, Freedom Shares 1

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.,' Drive Launched at Air__ StationThe ..l.1

1968 Share In Freedom mander Heflin explained. "Many es. Federal tax may be defer- 4+
t Savings Bond Campaign has begun people find that they never miss red until bonds are redeemed.
aboard the air station.At the money taken from their pay
' an organizational meetingof for bonds and are able to save Military Allotments :
department chairmen and key- considerable amounts for some- Military personnel can buy .
men, Cdr. Edward A. Heflin, thing special." bonds and Freedom Shares in
chairman of the station's bond While keymen will be discussing combination by filling'out an allotment '\
drive, announced the campaignwill the advantages of bonds for as .little as. $3.90 .
run through June 14. with everyone aboard station, each payday. Commander Heflin ...
ri hii "Savings Bonds or a combinedpay this year those who decide to urged everyone to think about the
_: deduction of bonds and Freedom get on the "bonds wagon" will upcoming pay raise and perhaps ..
I LLJ' Shares are an excellent way be asked to take a few minutesto decide to set a portion of that '.
M to save money and help the country go to the Navy Finance Of- raise aside for savings in the "
_____ at the same time," ComNetwork fice and fill out an allotment form of bonds. .',1
r request. After signing up, the Savings Bonds currently pay an :
f bonds will be mailed to a designated annual interest rate of 4.15 percent .y
address or held at the and mature in seven years, ,
. Complex DedicatedA Navy Finance Office in Cleve- while Freedom Shares pay 4.74 ,t
Show Tells land for safe keeping. per cent and mature In four and ',,
t one half (Freedom Sharescan
Among the advantages of E 4
F A year ago (above photo) L. Bonds are: only be bought combination '0(
the new VP hangar complex on StoryThe with bonds.) .,
Yorktown Ave. was a skeleton of You get back, $4 for every Civilian Savers ''

F. steel as huge cranes lifted beam $3 at maturity plus additional
' after beam into place. Fridaythe Department of Defense and interest if held longer than sev- For as little as $5.25 each ,J
first: increment of the $12 all branches of the armed en years. payday, civilian employees may (
services have cooperated to pro- You can't lose a Savings buy a $50 bond and $25 Freedom t
million facility was dedicated duce a series of five 90 min- Bond. They're replaced if lost Share every 11 pay periods. ':
during ceremonies attended by
ute Mike Douglas show segments.The destroyed stolen. Check with your keyman to discuss 111-
a ; military and civilian dignitaries.
programs, intended to deductions which will buy ,,- *
;> RAdm. W. M. McCormick complement the observance of There are tax advantages.E bonds or shares and the required '-- .
: .
, ',.. ":". commander Fleet Air Wings'At- Armed Forces Week will be Bond interest is exempt number of weeks before your *4-j

,:: .. N -<"lantic; was the'mainspeaker.andCapt. .. ?/aired.'locally! !on Channel 4 next"week'Each1 from, state and_. local.... )income. tax- bonds arrive in the mail. \

:. ,":, : .j. Martin J. Stack; NAS CO, be devoted to days'prograrri'a separate servicewith will i VAPr'.6 D ep'oys Detachment :'*: ;
"key"to the complex
presented a the Navy being featured on -
r to Capt. W. W. Honour (right). Tuesday, May 14, from' 4:30to VAP 62/s Detachment 19 The Squadron has detach J,

Captain Honour will have operational 6 p.m. Mike Douglas and 68 has left the ,air station for ments in the Caribbean, Central 1
control of the squadrons Glenn Ford, a commander in the Rota, Spain, to continue collection and South America and South-
": which will be housed in the new Naval Reserves will co host of aerial }photography} for east Asia in support of the war J
the show. various requesting government effort. Detachment 19 will move "
: hangars. Saturday morning,VP- The Navy Show Band and Sea agencies. Its base of operations throughout .
f 7 officers and men turned out and Chanters Choir will be on handto Staged annually, the detach- Europe and Mediterranean coun- "
t began moving Into the squadron'sassigned offer traditional "sea-going", ment deals with collection of tries to take advantage of sea- :
r spaces (bottom photo). hymns. photographic information for updating sonal weather and workload "

Bids for the second increment Special interviews with RAdm. nautical charts and chartsof priorities.Two .
f of the complex are scheduled James Holloway nuclear airplane and seaplane basesof massive C 141 Star-
I to be ,advertised this summer.NEWS powered aircraft, carrier pro- the world, and for continuing lifters were required to move the
" gram coordinator, ; Capt. Billy studies on maritime and flight men, materials and equipment .

'r ______ __ _____. Phillips, veteran Western Pacific safety. for the Rota deployment. The J'
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errr ...... ..... ....... ........I 'pilot and commander of CarrierAir Headed by Cdr.RonaldG.Shelly biggest single piece of equip- *
: Wing Four at Cecil Field, more than 50 maintenance and ment for the Rota deployment.The .
and Lt. Darrell Miles, supply flight personnel were to arrivein biggest piece of equip- j
i t E IN BRIEF officer, will also be featured. Rota and begin assembling ment moved was an ES 40 .j
A Other guests will include jazz photo processing equipment nec- photo processing trailer,capable -'
pianist ,George Shearing; and essary for support of the extensive of developing aerial film within ;
' Auto Tags on Sale USO Pal Day vocalist Marilyn Maye. mission. minutes. :

Navy Wives Club, Jax # 86 The annual USO Pal Day will AK2 Miner Voted April Serviceman I
Ii" is selling 1968 69 Florida be held at Jacksonville Beach
automobile tags in Bldg. 3. Saturday. Free pony rides and 1
Tags may be bought between refreshments will be availableat Aviation Storekeeper Second This has been one of the most "Petty Officer Miner has put ,
f.: 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. each workday the beaches USO Club from Class Herbert K. Miner has been difficult supply operations to his off duty hours and his GI
until June 20. The club is noon until 3 p.m. and Griffins' selected Serviceman of the Month maintain and perform properly Bill benefits to good use. Since
charging 50 cents extra per tag Amusement Area will be giving for April for his performanceof due to the urgency of the requirements his assignment to the Supply De-
with proceeds going to charity. free rides from 1 to 3 p.m. duties while attached to the and the ever chang- partment second shift, he has t
Armed forces personnel must be NAS Supply Depa rt nent. ing methods and systems incorporated spent his daylight hours on self
. Typing Tests in uniform and dependents! whose In a letter of nomination, Cart by higher authority. improvement. He has been en- .,
" Personnel planning on taking an sponsor is not in the Jacksonville D. A. Hempson, NAS Supply "The of in rolled as a full time student .
August promotion test in a rating area may obtain pass badges ficer, stated, "Petty Officer this area majority is in direct support at Jacksonville University and )
requiring a typewriter per- from the USO, 603 N. 1st St. Miner handles documents for requisitions expects to graduate this sum-
Southeast Asia. To this end
k formance test may take the test Jax Beach. from Seventh Fleet AK2 Miner's efforts and mer with a BS degree with a b
ft at 8 a.m. May 22 in the Educ- Promotion Tests ships and Pacific Fleet Units fessional pro- major in accounting. Upon the
! cational Services Office, Bldg. which includes stock checks performance are out- completion of his college studies
955. The Secretary of the Navy has packing, shipments, and providing standings. he plans to apply for a com- ,
fr Two Meetings TodayThe announced that the FY 69 rear of status to the requisition- "He has aptly demonstrated his mission In the Supply Corps."
admiral and FY 68 women cap- er. ability and willingness to respondto For his achievements AK2 r
Composite Recreation tain selection board will con- "The ability to handle such a any requirement Imposed. Miner was awarded a $10 gift
, Committee meeting will be held vene for line officers May 20. variety of documents In an efficient Without his knowledge and ability certificate to the Candlelight ,
a at 9 am. today in the conference The board to pick officers for manner can only be acquired much vital weekend work would Restaurant, by the Navy Exchange
". room of Bldg. 704, and the two star rank in the Medical, through practice and dili- have been delayed until Monday. and a trip for he and his family ...
", regular monthly meeting of the Dental, Supply and Civil Engineering gent application of oneself. In Major Contribution to St. Augustine sponsored by
First and Second Class Petty Corps convenes May 28. order to accomplish these tasks the USO.
Officer's Mess (Open) will be TARS and retired officers will and direct the efforts of other "One of Petty Officer Miner's
held at 1:30 this afternoon in not be considered by the. rear personnel on board,Petty Officer major contributions has beenen- He is a native of Pennsylvania
Bldg. 601. admiral selection board. Miner voluntarily assumed this suring that all documents are and lives with his wife and two
job and a work schedule of Wednesday processed in the proper manner children at 6301 Roosevelt Blvd..
Nurses Marks 60th Year EM Tests through Sundayeachweek. and any action taken is furnishedfor Jacksonville.

Officers of the Navy Nurses Pay grade E 3.,exams will the benefit of the oncomingday Others nominated for the
Corps will hold a celebration be administered for all eligibleE Complex Tasks crews so that they will be monthly award were UTA3 William
tr marking the 60th anniversary of 2's by the Educational Ser- ,"The task of processing off aware of what prior action was J. Mespelt AN WilliamF.

r ":;) the Corps Monday evening, at vices Office' at-.7(45.(. .;.arm.' May. station, requisftlpns" i 1$, volurnin.6uV .- take.n\ ; ) An'L files} status\ .. :'o.f.uncompleted'documents. ....}.)- .. Hayens.and.>.4.,.CS1, 1.Donald. t'.. ..A...'.'.'..... ........,.,
.'' : '. ,the-CahaiellgWRestaurarit'-: "".'.', ,T4:. t: ". ( ',' ': *+ and .extremely".complex..'. .'. :. .,j .''MurfiV//*'.*.*. ,

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May 9, 1968 I


I V In.e 'Services. '

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Warm Weather Warning ..4 Edward's Chapel "

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..-. MASS9 a.m.
All of us have plans fbttf !uriun r.vacation. And nine timesout Caution and 11 a.m. ----11:30a.m.
p : MASS
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of 10 an automobile figure\ ? In,these: plans. S, .. ".''''',,,,1>,..,I: uti Mp ,, ;: : : MASS9a.m..
For the majority( Vacations\ will be remembered as pleasantones. .. 'tA'1Lrvrt" k.'r alp Ml ..'" ,ry Education 'Classes
But for some, grief, pain and even death beckons. ",..t..",pa' : ( School) 945am.:
Warm weather, bright sun and dry roads all combine to make _: -5 p.m.
good drivers relax after the rigors of winter The tendency of warning r.r and 7 p.m.7:30: p.m.
the average driver is to think summer roads are safe. This is, III 'n .rNM w Y
often ::.: .:::;, + rW'.L
of course, and inaccurate impression -- an impression'that 1. ious Education Classes
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leads to trouble. ..atr School) - -7
h.'t nxu''+ rl r ( p.m.
Many circumstances contribute to a single traffic accident, but ,. .n'.noI'.' DA Y t
improper driving is involved in nearly every accident. ":' ""r,:" W K Young Catholic Organi-
.,,', .
t' zation T: - 7:30: pm.

SUMM SATCTY" ICt. 'S' CHOIR 7 p.m. .1

U.S. Naval/ Hospital"j

MASS ;. 8am.
., .

Y SERVICE -10 a.m.: 1


All Saints Chapel d
ZAP -- On a recent cold morn- ''

ing an employee attempted to Worship Service-lOalm.: I

increase the pressure of a spray Worship Service 10 a.m.

The National Safety Council says speed too fast for road conditionsis ,I can by placing it under hot run-Two *. % 722
in washbowl.
ning water a j
most often a factor in fatal accidents. In some accidents, speed started School 9 a.m. Bldg.
minutes after he run-
and failure to yield the right of way cause accidents as well as #722 !
ning 140 degree water over '
driver error and inattention to conditions. the Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
it exploded. Luckily
These factors, along with drinking and driving, contributeto can but the Bldg. #; 722
not injured,
nearly three fourths of all fatal accidents and to half of injury employee was Youth Fellowship 6:30 ei 1
washbowl ({photo at right) was
accidents, the Safety Council points out. destroyed. Station Safety Officer p.m. I
Statistics can be boring. But statistics don't lie. So this summer Charlie Able explained that R ) Y .
stay wih the majority -- the living and healthy ones who had a to Choir Rehearsal4p.m.Bldg. .
such an explosion can happen
happy vacation -- and a safe one -- by using their heads for intelligent who to raise the i if; 722
of windshield ramrod. (AFPS) anyone attempts '
driving instead a
pressure of a can by applying
Choir Rehearsal 7:30
heat, not only on the job, but
while using canned shaving p.m.
Mother's Day cream, hair sprays, and other DAY 1
Adult Club 7
materials dispensed by pres-
# 722
sure from a can.Mtuec. Bldg.
By LCdr. F.E. Sims, CHC Science Service
8 p.m. Bldg. # 751
111 111' C IC&
Mothers all over this land will be honored on Sunday. It (Is fitting $ .yk
and right that Mother's should be given a special day, for no one M

exerts as much influence on the lives of coming generations ,as tlo quired'D TrafficViolations

Mothers. I' Kx, ,
While It* is not known how much influence Mary, Jesus' ,Mother .
had upon him, it is most likely that much of Jesus''teachings were i;
influenced by his Mother. Who but a Mother, would notice thatno SAY 1Sm
one, not even Solomon, was so beautifully clothed as the lilies
of the field.It ;
was possibly the sensitivity of Mary that taught Jesus to observeso
the and drama of and the incredible
keenly pathos village people,
following is of
heroism with which unknown folk bear the unbearable. Whileon Red Cross a report
vehicle accidents and traf-
the cross Jesus arranged for his Mother's future care by the
Apostle John. t violations for the period April

As Jesus pointed out the beauties of the fieldthe pecularities SEVENTH IN A through of 29.Accidents
of human nature, Mary must have been overjoyed to know. that Virginia
Week - - -9
she had played a part in His life.
Regardless of the cost or size or the gift that we make to our The decision to release a ser- Accidents this year through
Mothers, none can be so valuable as her knowing that we are viceman from active military the 29 - - 112 ,

living by all that she has taught us that is good, pure, noble and duty because of dependency or to of Accidents through
contributing to the betterment of ourselves and our fellowman." hardship, to defer him from 1967 - -106

It is a little wonder that the Lord said to Moses, . Everyone overseas service, or to trans- n number of days since
of you shall revere his mother and his father. I am the Lord fer or reassign him for servicein injury in'a motor vehicle
- - -23
your God. (Lev. 19.3 RSV) the United States involves important -
considerations that makeit of Violations
Week - - -39
inappropriate for the AmericanRed
I Cross take the initiativein -------8
Navy Helps Its Own to <'
requesting any of these actionsin Driving - -2
behalf of the serviceman. : through Stop Sign -1

The annual Navy Relief Society terest, ap outright gift or a com- Regulations of each branch of : Violations - 28
contribution drive is underway; bination of the two depending Upon' the Armed Forces define explicitly is one drivers appeared
aboard base to collect and hold all the circumstances of the case the action that only the ser- ing i the Traffic Hearing Board .
funds for use in times of need involved.In viceman can take to apply for the meeting held on May 2.
for the personnel of the Naval general, the society has the hardship discharge, deferment, of the cases included
service and their dependents.The established policy to help men or reassignment. the following: Five lost driving
society is not part of the meet their obligations in time of Therefore, primary respon- 'parking privileges aboard
Navy department and receives no emergency. siblity rests; with the service for various periods; Five
funds from the Navy or the fed- assigned to complete an
hour course in remedial
eral government. It is supportedby ing
contributions from Navy and at NATTC; Seven re-

Marine personnel.The :suspensions; Eight were
society operates 50 auxi- JAX;; AIR NEWSThe the i en warnings; Six were dis-

liaries and 60 branch offices <' ; Three were fined (U.
located on major stations '" Commissioner(: and three ,
throughout the world. All acti- J'AIR' NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper the to commanding officers J
vities of the society are co distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station. possible disciplinary action. ,J
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing! Company drivers were assessed j
ordinated by a board of mana- a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the J AX MRNEWS \' points.
gers located In Wash.D. C.whoare \ must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box
elected by local auxiliary 2, NAS Jacksonville by I2PO: noon on Monday before pub
officers and members, as wellas lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele- : Educational Benefits
commanders of the fleet. phone 772 311S:! or J 11 q.AdvtrUst..tnts .
All financial assistance from Under the Defense Depart-
arc solicited by the publisher and queries. "Project Transition"
the society dependents isbased -
upon twobasic considerations: concerning such should be directed to: up to 500,000 disad-

((1)) There must be an establi- The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. will servicemen receive special in the year edu

shed Navy or Marine Corps sta- Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 and instruction to make

tus or sponsorship of actual dependent employable when they re

and ((2)) there must bea VOL. 26 NO. 7 MAY 9, 1968 to private life. The con.
real need.Financial. : course in labor skills
assistance may take conducted during the last
the..form of a loan without in- n of military service.


I Two Cecil Field Marines Promoted to Sergeant I

CECIL -- Two Marines who January 27, 1956. Some of his of Trenton Mo., was promotedto
are'veterans of the Vietnam Conflict duty stations include Parris Island the rank of Sergeant. Among r
were presented certificates S. C., Camp Lejeune.N.C., Sgt. McCloud's previous duty
of promotion last Thursdayby Vietnam and NAS Jacksonville. stations are Camp Lejune, Camp
Maj. H. C. Sanford com Prior to entering the Marine Pendelton Calif., Marine Bar- 4
manding officer of the Marines Corps Hinds was employed by racks in Guantonamo Cuba, and
Barracks the Chris Craft Corporation in Okinawa and the Republicof
here.Hinds McDonald. lie is married to the Vietnam.>
former Ollie N.Ritchie of Jack- Prior to entering the service
Promoted to Staff SergeantwasPat sonville. McCloud was a 1964 graduate of L r
W. Hinds a native of McDonald McCloud Washington High School Kansas \
Tenn. S/Sgt Hinds en- City Mo., and was employed by I ,,;. dti--- '
listed in the Marine Corps on Michael D.. McClpud, a native the Katz Drug Company there. Hinds McCloud i

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AOC Thomas F. Halpin of the
Aviation Ordnance Division in the '
Weapons Department is the
latest to be added to the list of *
Cecil Field Warrant Officer
1 selectees. Chief Halpin will attend -
the Officer Indoctrination :' ( JvT1c1p'
School in Pensacola sometime

in June. _f ;'_
Clay County'sOnly
"I was really surprised whenI 4w:1: .
received! my selection letter," .
the chief said. "This was my Completely
second time to take the warrant'
test the first was in 1965" PLANNED
he said.
While Chief Halpin was admiring COMMUITY a is R ,
his appointment letter he
received word from the I & E
Office tht he had passed the E-8

16 year Navy veteran 111 / / /
wears a Navy Unit Commedationthat ,
was earned while serving
aboard the USS Phillipine Sea
during the Korean Conflict. Other
awards include: Good Conduct
((4 awards), Korean Service Uni- M
ted Nations Service China Ser-
vice and National Defense ((2
A native of Newark N. J.,
Chief Halpin is married and the CHOOSE YOUR.
father of three girls. .

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Family Day I"
!' ._ : j;< Shaded Lot Bath & Kitchen

PlaNs Set ,.., _..''''" ; i it: :. r, ,, Home Design Tile & Fixtures ..,
J:<( ;f"-
.-:<' .-.d'J ,.- "" 1;..\i.'Il Exterior & Interior .Options:
For VA44Attack
r Colors Heating & A/C .' .

Squadron Forty Four
has scheduled a "Family Day" Fireplace
for Saturday, May 11. The pro-
gram begins with a welcome a- r
board by Cdr. J. D. Adkins y y td
squadron commanding! officer at PLUS
9:30 a.m., in the station theatre. r ..all these extras
", Following the welcome, aboard,
cartoons will be shown for the -.
children and a family benefits t "mac a :2'r Bcllolr has a modern accredited, elementary school In
presentation will be given by !" : t -.4 easy walking distance, a civic center shopping center
} LCdr. P. O. Rae ComFairJaxStaff. and church IN the development. Also many other nice
things like sidewalks, street lights, curbing, ,
At 11:30 a.m., picnic areas and storm sewers. And all this Is only minutes from the
two and three will open for a t Naval Air Stations'"
family picnic. Free beverageswill
be furnished along with
rides for the children and a a

squadron aircraft with equip ? :BELL.A.KE&: :
ment will be on display.At 'ij

VA-44 12:30 will p.m.present the pilots an air of ... "-. ::EOME: : BTJI3L.3DERS.: I3STO.:

show and helicopter rescue de- .. You. ars coftiteUy Invited to Inspect our homos 8t your conwnfenc
monstration. Upon completion of ..w 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blinding( Boutovtrd (Hwy. *21)I
the air show the squadron spaces -
will be open for visitors. Everyone -
if cordially invited to at-



. CIIr_ Can.iahall li New Off > In Charge ft' VII.l Detachment ,;!;; >>-
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JAX -- Cdr. T. E. Curry officer ,He received his commissionand Point R. I., the Naval Air Station then reported MississippiCommander t'

In charge VP 30, Det. was designated a naval aviator Anacostia WashingtonD.C.Patrol and Mrs. Campbell -

relieved Cdr. R. J.Campbell: upon his completion of advanced Squadron Twentythreein the former Donna J.Hedges, "

during ceremonies held May 1. flight training at Hutchinson Brunswick Me., and servedas of Merrick New York have five

Commander Campbell: is a native Kansas in Dec. 1953. a Schedules Officer. Fleet Air children.
of Iowa and graduated Commander' Campbell: reported Wings Atlantic at Norfolk,, } >

from junior college in Burlington. from Training Squadron Seven Va.After The only markup on food items

He entered the naval ser- in Miss., where he servedas which he reported to the sold at Navy Commissary Storesis

vice through the Active Surface a basic jet instructor in T- Naval Postgraduate School Monterey a four percent charge madeto ,yP

Reserve In 1949 while still in 2A aircraft. Calif., as a student in cover operating expenses.

high school and transferred to During his naval career he has the undergraduate program. He Salaries of civilian commissary -

active duty in 1952 when he became also been attached to Pat- graduated in July 1966 withaBA store employees are paid CDR.CAMPBELL

a naval aviation cadet. rol Squadron Seven at Quonset degree in political science and from appropriated funds.

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I Congress Gets Copy of 'Hubbell Plan' I I IWashl

The regular reenlistment the federal income tax advan- sponsiblllty pay would remain
ton (AFPS) -- Follow- Personal money pay would bonus would be discontinued and tages on these identifiable a- unchanged. This pay, which was
ing presidential authorization. be maintained at a level above funds redirected into career mounts, and a single table of never used, would be abolished.
Defense Clark Clifford the net disposable cash income of Incentive for hazardous I
Secretary level salaries for the "career military salaries based on pay pays 7
sent Congress the first volume persons earning the federal mIni- committed" grade and years of service wouldbe duty, including flight pay, )
of the Quadrennial Review of mum wage and of employed single adopted. would be left unchanged but would 1 1be
Military Compensation called for high school graduates of the same Career Pay Amounts of military sal- studied further for adequacy r rand
in the 1965 Military Pay Act. age level. Substantial and continuing aries would be set by linking the proper relationship to the t
The three old law Personal money pay would military salary structure.
year shortages of both enlisted and officer military grade structure to the
required the President to direct be adjusted annually as requiredto civil service payline and throughit i
personnel in the 4 to 14 Estate <
not later than Jan. 1, 1967, a keep it abreast of pay increases years of service group have to the private sector. It would Military Program
complete review of the principlesand granted to enlisted members of existed for the past several years include a six and one half per Extensive further study of the z
concepts of the military com- the career force.Depeooents'. and continue to exist. Compen- cent retirement contribution. military estate program is rec
pensation system, reporting to assistance allowances sation is believed to be a major Members furnished quar-. ommended. Following such"study ti','
the Congress findings; of the study would be continued for cause of this persistent shortageof ters and subsistence by the remaining volumes of
and recommendations for statu- those with dependents and adjusted mid career personnel. government would pay fair the Quadrennial Review will be
tory changes in the system. The as required by changes in Three major deficiencies in the monthly charges out of their transmitted to Congress.
law further specifies that com- rental costs. Persons in grade present compensation system military salaries. Meantime, two proposals have
parable reviews will be conductednot E 5 would be added to those were identified by the study group Monthly salary would be been made for the period betweenthe
less than once each four years eligible for dependents' assis- They are: taxable income, switch to the military pay
thereafter. In March 1966 the tance allowances. ((1)) Undue complexity con- A monthly retirement con- system and completion of the
Assistant Secretary of Defensefor Certain "career commit fusion. Few armed forces mem- tribution, in the same percentageas military estate study.
Manpower activated a special ted" enlisted members would be bers, including career members, the federal civil service retirement The first would continue sepa-
study group of Department of Defense switched to the career pay have an accurate idea of their contribution, wouldbe ration pay as. is and make career
and other federal depart- method -- described below -- incomes from military service. made' from military salary enlisted personnel eligible for '
ment representatives headed by before reaching grade E 6. ((2)) No equitable distribution. and would be fully refundable these pays. In addition, there ;
RAdm. Lester E. Hubbell to They would be those who ((1)) More than 40 per cent of the to a member if he left active would be minor standardizing
conduct the initial review. are promoted to E 4 or E 5 pay received is based on fact- service before retirement. changes to conform with the sal-
The first portion of the review, in two to four years and have ors other than work performed. A longevity structure for ary system.
which covers active duty compensation total commitments of at least ((3)) No accepted quantitative ingrade increases would be retained Retirement pay and sur-
has been sent to Con- six years or ((2)) are [in gradeE standard for measuring the com- Promotion to the next vivor benefit provisions would
gress for information. No legislative 4 or E 5 and have at least parability of military pay. higher grade would be rewarded remain unchanged except thata
proposals will be made at four years' service for pay pur- To eliminate these deficiencies more than longevity in grade. table of military benefit base I
present. The Defense Department poses. the following new principles are A one time save pay amounts (MBBA) -- comparable I
however, anticipates sub- recommended for career pay: provision would insure that under to the old basic pay -- would be
mitting specific legislative Marine Wives .* The four separate ele- the military salary systemno used In computing payments. In
proposals after the review has ments of regular military com- member received less take the future the MBBA table wouldbe
been completed, to include recommendations home then he received adjusted by the
Name WomenTo pensation -- ((1)) basic pay, pay same average
concerning retired ((2)) quarters allowances, ((3)) before.All percent as federal civilian salar-
pay and survivor benefits, subsistence allowances, and ((4)) special pays except re- ies were Increased.
as directed by the President. CommitteesJax
Highlights of the report on
active duty compensation include Highlights of the Ma-
the following recommended rine Wives Club's regular monthly -
changes in the present militarypay business meeting held Monday r,.
system. evening at Marine Aviation Detachment .JI.,.... .oj //

Career/Noncareer Pay Bldg. 572 here, ,. .., '.. ...t"::'" #II. .,
the of ""
included appointment new (
I '
There would be two pay committees, approval of by- .. :ftt.f ; "
methods, one for careerists and laws changes, and a film, "The .. I:4 ;; .< i.i
one for short termers, who do Open?Road," presented by Mrs. --f.: ; C.;,r
not plan to stay in uniform beyond Mary Dunlap, executive director, .1
the initial tour. The latter Camp* Fire Girls, *explaining -. '
group would include all persons work done by Camp iFire Girls, .. w.-' Ilti fl' :
in pay grades E -1 through E 3 their sponsors and advisors. \ ....... ....( t. :( J
and those in Pay grades E4 andE Members of the club also voted -,,, k ,v .z:;av. i .idJf.J.L.) :I
5 who have less than four to hold a bake said on May
years of service and a total 17 at the Naval Air Technical
active duty commitment of less Training Center Navy Ex .. ..::;-=-- ,. '-'"
than six years. All other enlisted change. "* 5s. ??**
members and all officers Committees appointed duringthe X i.1 :.. \ l 1, .,N, + V rT.
would make-uptheC3reer group. business session Includes:

Noncareer Pay Telephone Mrs.Joe B. Berry; T.
Social Mrs. James D. Lynn
For noncareer membersmostof and Mrs. George L. Trujilla;
whom are young and single and Publicity Mrs. Arthur A. Slo- ::
expect to complete only one cumb Sr., Mrs. Arthur A. Slo-
period of active service -- cumb Jr., and Mrs.Kenneth Holt; "V ** .
Existing principles and Ways and Means Mrs. Robert .
concepts of pay would be con- E. Swartz and Mrs. Robert R. : 'T !!; "
tinued. Tyler, Membership Mrs. Arthur -
Basic pay would be rede- A. Slocumb Sr: and Hospital -
signated "personal money pay" Mrs. Robert E. Swartz and
since that cash is an addition to Mrs. Arthur A. Slocumb Jr.

food, clothinghousingandmedi- Two new members, Mrs. Richard ..
cal care furnished by the govern Scoppe and Mrs. James .r' F L r" X"1. '
ment. ,Fisher, were welcomed to the '- .!, ._
club.Refreshments ... '. '
were served by '''-
Mrs. Lou Main following the .. ""
'\ '
UTHORliePPURCHASES meeting's adjoumament.Members .
i ....,
of the club meetat ;
Bldg. 572 at 8 p.m. on the ,, ;;s 4"r. : I :
first and third Monday of each ...?: .
; ff month. All Marine Wives are ',j ;

invited to attend and may obtain -"
S- fXCHAMCf 4coMMIwR1 Information about the club J'

by calling- ,,264 9487, or 387 ,- ",.\, M
6584. .

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May 9, 1968

I [[Jacksonville Area Civil Service News ]I I

I 44 Civilians Receive PromotionsJax ?!

-- The following Naval Air eering tech. GS 7 were JohnE. FAETU
Station, Naval Air Rework Faci- Doering, David H. Aldridge
lity, FAETU, Navy Finance Office and Joe A. Robinson. Mary Ann Stone and LorraineM.
and U. S. Naval Hospital, Other promoted at NARF include Sleeper, both to clerk -
employees have been promotedin Bobby Joe Allen, welder; typist, GS 3 and Dorothy L.
accordance with the .station's Donald Greatrex, mechanical engineering Schltchtman, clerk (typing) GS-
Merit Promotion Program: tech: GS 7;JesseS. 4.
Darqueene, leader, mul-
NARF tllith operator, Harold A. At- Finance Office ,t' .

Thomas J.Cave, student trainee well, A/C examiner,(airframes
(industrial engineer) GS 5; mechanic) and Hartwell T. Hick- Audrey H. Fonvielle, admin-
technician, GS9. istrative officer, GS 7 and
Joseph K. German Jr., student ox, management
trainee (mechanical engineer ) James Payne Jr., military pay
roll supervisor, GS 7.
GS 5; Thomas Hutcherson,
foreman (leadingman) A/Cmet- Supply Department ,
alsmith Julius W. Laster Jr., Hospital
; James F. Graham Jr., supply .,
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illustrator, GS 7; Allen M. GS 4 James C.Mauldin Ford
clerk, Johnnie J. to pan-
Sirkel, aircraft metalsmith William transportation loss and dam- RETIREES Four men with a total of more than 100 years of
H. Price, student trainee, age claims examiner, GS 6; tryman. service retired at NARF April 30. They were (L to R) Harry
(industrial engineer) GS 4i'; George J. Gahagan, foreman Veterans of the Cold War Jarrard, William J. Scott, Arthur L. Morse and Ambrose J.
Lade Wallace, sandblaster, (leadingman) stockman and Catherine and Vietnam are equally dig! Waldeck. Each received a retirement watch.
Carlton G. Surrency, aircraft H. Burns, supply clerk, ble for G.I. ald.Merit.
electrical worker; Roy B. Ellis GS-4.
aircraft metalsmith and LeoF. ComptrollerBetty
Back, industrial engineering Job Openings Announced
tech. GS-9. N. Cadenhead, accounts
,Also the following men were maintenance clerk, GS 4. -

promoted to industrial engineering Security Dept. lax Merit promotion oppor: MPB No., 61 68 Electrical plications will be accepted
technicians GS 9i; JackE. tunitles currently open for receipt Engineer, GS 11. Area of through the close of business
Thompson Edmond D. Tenly, Charles E. Sprouse and Hubert of applications are listed consideration: Nationwide and May 27. '
Jr., Charles J. ,Weppelman, JohnS. E. Thomas to firefighter (gen- below. The area of consideration applications will be accepted MPB No. 72 68 Equipment
Kulakowski Jr., James F. eral), GS 4 and GS 3, and closing date of each is shown. through the close of business Specialists (Electronics) GS 9
Gibbs, Burton E. Scott, LouisR. respectively. May 22. Area of consideration: Sixth
Markle, James E. Donnelly, Legal Office MPB No. 72 76 Plan D Naval District. Applicationswill
Theodore W. Bachmeister grade levels GS-4 and below; MPB'No. 62-68 Leader, be accepted through the closeof
Richard J. Miller and Robert L. Nora L. Langille and LauraJ. MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all Lithographic Pressman. Areaof business May 28.
Kronholm. Lanier, both to clerk semi skilled positions pay lev- consideration: Nationwide. MPB No. 74 68 Recreation
Promoted to industrial engin typist, GS 4. el 7 and below; MPB No. 83 Applications will be accepted Specialists (Arts and Crafts),
67 Plan B all'skilled positions through the close of business May GS 7. Area of consideration:

III, pay level 8 and above. Area of 16.MPB Nationwide. Applications will
No. 63 68 Training
consideration: NAS, NARF, be accepted through ,May 29.
Technician, GS 4 ((6 positions -
M PB No., 75 68 Equal
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy ); and MPB No. 64-68 Employment Opportunity Of-
t Commissary Stores, Navy Recruiting Supervisory Training Technician ficer, GS 7, 9 or 11. Area
Station, Jax. Appli- GS 5, Area of Consideration: .of consideration: All naval activities -
cations for these positions will Sixth Naval District. Applica- in the Jax area. Appli-
/ 1 a be accepted at any time. A sep- tions will be accepted throughthe cations will be accepted through
arate application must,be filed close of business May 13. May 20.. ,
for each position In which inter- MPB, No. 68 68 Shorthand MPB No. 78 ,- 68 Production
ested. reporter GS 6. Area of con- Controller (A/C) GS 9, and
aeo4e4oI4 MPB No. 158 67 Industrial sideration: Nationwide. Ap- MPB No. 79 68 Budget Analyst -
engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 11. plications will be accepted GS 7. Area of consideration -
Area of consideration: Nation through the close of business : NAS NARF COMFAIR-
wide. Applications will be May 23.MBP. J AX, NARTU, Navy Commis-
accepted until the needs of the No. 71 68 Dental sary Stores, Navy Recruit-
service are met and will be con- hygienist, GS 4, 5. Area of Ing Station, Jax. Applicationswill
!. sidered as received. consideration: Nationwide. Ap- be accepted through the close '
of business May 14.
All applicants must be careeror
1 r 1 98th Anniversary career conditional employees -
of the federal government.,
I- Applications for these positions
$150 S4& should be filed with IRD. Box
22, NAS Jax., Fla. 32212. For
further Information regarding

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VP.4SHo'd Ceremony
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Eighteen Red Darters of Patrol ward went to AMSC. D. W. Ard.It .
Squadron 45 have been honoredat was chief Ard's fourth award.
a presentation ceremony con- Two officers received desIg-
ducted by Cdr. ,H. D. Wilbur nation at the ceremony. Lt. G.
squadron CO. T. Lang was presented with his
AE3 J. T. Sink and AN H. C. designation as a patrol plane
Campbell received aircrewman commander in the Orion, and Lt.
wings in recognition of having C. W. Heal was designated as
completed a training programfor a patrol plane tactical coordin-
\- P-3 Orion aircraft. ator.
., yf''re ; k Commander Wilbur presented Letters of appreciation were
..., ".. certificates and
.1.'' .f advancement presented to the following men
congratulated ADJ2 I. T. Lem- for their performance in provid- ,
I.> '\ AX2 J.G.Koob AE3 L. C.
AcA mon ing assistance to Naval Reserve
km, 'IIo71IW; 'W'.JV'. ....".., 'lW Meagher A03 D. A. Smith, PH2R. Squadron VP 815 during thesquadron's "--_ .-: ,J,--
FINANCE OFFICER RECEIVES PLAQUE Lt. Cdr. G. H. JL Hines, AME3 G.L. Koch two weeks of active MAKING IT SAFE Air Force
AE3 S.K. Hitt.A .
Young, finance officer, receives a plaque from Lt. Col. duty here: Cdr. P. H. Taylor SSgt. John E. Schraedley, an
Charles H. Heldreth, in appreciation of the outstanding sup Navy Unit Commendation Lt. C. A. Futch, AVCM J. R. EOD specialist, inserts the sales
was awarded to AMS3 R. J. Goodman, AKC V. Rickerson and to secure a grenade.
the finance office has the United States Recruiting
port given Army
Mays and the Good Condust a- AX3 J. Prevatt. trap at Tuy hoe In the
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GOOD, RATES FULL COVERAGE at Whitey's on Sunday I

REAL ESTATE Also Insurance ,for,:Campers and, Travel r trailers, COLD BEER and FINE FOODS

Orange Park Jax 164koNE ; /NATIONWIDE Live Country Music featuring


RENTALS SALES So. of Orange Park. 2.5 Miles West
Registered Real Estate Broker I. 3462\ilmrJlHi! .. Blvd.. 771-9511' :: I: of US Hwy 17 on State Rd. 220

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MoviesMovies ClubSchedules .
.:',"!""":'J.:;\:'':!,,," ..,>.oM, >. ..h, ", "' ''''I w tti'" .., .,'f,",' ''

will be shown nightlyat 1 ', ; :

: the NAS Jax Theatre at 7:30 ,
I p.m. There will also be Kiddie
Matinee at 2 p.m., Saturdays anda CPO CLUB: Pizzas go for Ads should: be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
regular feature at 2 p.m., 75f today. The Johnny Arnold Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital "4" will entertain arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
ev- publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
t Theatrewillhaveonenightly ening. Try the seafood specialfor be received WITH the copy for the ad.
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field $1.25. The Bud Clark Combois

will have two nightly shows during under the spotlight Saturday Do Net Sera Cash
f the week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. evening. Game night will be
Matinees will be shown on weekends featured Sunday at 6 p.m. Happy

at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY. Hour featured Monday through Rite: Mliinvm charge ((3 11.15)). . . . .$2.00
Wednesday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
i May 9
Per additional lire ((4 words per lire). . . 0.50
NAS: "CAPRICE" starring 0" CLUB: Enjoy the beef-
Doris Day and Richard Harris. eater's buffet today from 6 to 9
((106 min.) p.m. Mark Castle will providethe
HOSPITAL: "A GUIDE FOR music tomorrow evening.Sat-
Robert Morse and Inger Stev- hand to provide dining and danc- H/T A/T, P/S, R & H., 771 12 Ft. Jon BoatreasonablePhone 3 Bedroom Home, Lake Privileges .

ens. Rating Excellent. ((99 ing music. Foreign dish night 4216. 771-6760. 1 bath COMPLETELYFENCED. -
min.) will be Tuesday. Tuesday play 'f
,, C. FIELD: "WOMAN OF THE the new game of"Beat the Clock"at 67 HONDA S 90 ROLL BARS LAKE LOTS
PREHISTORIC PLANET" star- the main brace from 4:30to Hard Hat, Excel. Shape, $300 Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. 3BEDROOM HOME,CARPETED,
'., ring Wendell Corey and Keith 6:30 p.m. Sunday feature a Call 264 2800. Terms. Call Owner 387-7379. Range and Ref. 11/2 bath,fenced

Larsen. ((97 min.) special Mother's Day buffet with '62 VW, CLEAN. R & H, 29 mil back yard.2642879.Available May 20th,
FRIDAY, May 10 lunch from noon until 2 p.m. and gal.. Must 'sell, going overseas
.. dinner from 6 to 9 p.m. Reser- 1957 THUNDERBIRD ,- $1200 -, 'asking $550. Phone 771-7144.
} NAS: "THE HAPPIEST MIL vations requested please. Lt. (jg), Ralmaker, 772 2111 WANTED TO BUY
.,., LIONAIRE" starring Fred Mc- during working hours. 772- CUSTOM MADE REFLECTORIZED House in Orange Park area. FHAor
'..( Murray and Tommy Steele. Rat- BLUEJACKETS INN: 'The 138. Sr. BOQ, Evenings and MARKERS, Mailbox Mark- Conventional Mortgaged Con
ing Excellent. ((154 min.) Camelots are on hand tonight. Weekends. ers, Post Markers, Lawn Mark- tact anytime at Phone 2642879.
HOSPITAL: "CAPRICE" Phil Cay will entertain tomor- ers, Wall Markers, Free Cata- Or 340 Toccoa Road, Orange
!1' starring Doris Day and Richard row evening. Saturday after- GETTING' MARRIED log, Write to: Tcbl-Rock Co. Park Fla.
I Harris. ((106 min.) noon the Dooms Day will make Wedding Pictures Taken, Best 3545 Ring La. Jacksonville, 63 TEMPEST 4 DOOR "326"

!v.:{, C. FIELD: "A GUIDE FOR their appearance followed in the Deal around. Phone 2642140. 32207._ A/C, P/S, P/B, R & H, Phone

:!! THE MARRIED MAN" starring evening by the Rush Hours, who MILITARY & CIVILIAN, AL- 771 4216.
Robert Morse and Inger Stevens. will also play Sunday afternoon.
r{' Rating Excellent, ((99 min.) Sunday evening the UFO will ap- '67 CONVERTIBLE PLYMOUTH Reasonable Price. Formerly of STATE radio 4 speed
The Camelots will return Fury III Excel. Cond., Loaded
\ SATURDAY, May II NATTC Tailor Shop. Call Mrs. fully automatic intermix stereo
Monday evening. Tuesday the with A/C, New W/W Oval Tires., Louise Vukas .- 215 Edson Dr. cut off
:, NAS: "NEVER TOO LATE" club will rock to the sounds of $200 Equity $2595 full price. 264-4149. changer with automatic
Park Belair)
Orange ( needles. 2
*, starring Paul Ford and Connie the Sixteens and Wednesday features 771 9452. sapphire
J .months old. Pay balance of $69,
:. Stevens. ((113 min.) the UFO. Happy Hour is
FOR SALE: $8.50 month. Phone
HOSPITAL: "THE HAP held Monday through Friday from 64T-BIRD DIAMOND' BLUE or per
4 BR, 2 Bath Home 362 Gano 353-1946, ask for Credit Mana-
f..:' PIEST MILLIONAIRE" starring 5 to 6 p.m.ACEY Perfect Cond. 1 Owner $1750
Avenue, Bellair Orange Park, Will deliver, without obli-
: Fred MacMurray, and Tommy 384 5621 after 4:30 week days.
Florida. A-l MUSIC CENTER 1606
'4 Steele. ((154 min.) DUCEY CLUB: The gation.
Main St. Jax. Fla.
a :' C. FIELD: "CAPRICE" starring Five Clubs will be entertaining HOUSE FOR SALE 2 BR -
41 Doris Day? and Richard Har- Friday night. Sam Lasiter and the BRITISH CAR OWNERS Lg. Fenced Yd., 2 Car Garage
ris. ((106 min.) Confederates will take over Sat- Jax's Newest Pans and Service Conv. for buses schools and FOR RENT 2BR HOUSE, FURN.

SUNDAY 12 urday night. Sunday the Five CenterPerformance stores. Murray Hill Gardens Orange Park temp.or' nnanent
: Clubs, eturn and free corsages Cars Inc. Near NAS JAX and Cecil. 387 Qtrs. Will rent to bachelors.
I NAS: "THE OUTRAGE" starring will be handed out to all moth- 2144 Blanding Blvd. 388 0428 1010. 264-6884
Game night Sunday at 6 .
Paul Newman and Clera ers.
; FOR SALE 68 CORONET"440Dodge -
Bloome. Rating Excellent p.m. Happy (Hour is featured .....ZIG ZAG'FOR-$40' -- :
a y V-8 PS P Gate
-. ; ((105 min.) Monday through Wednesday from 3 BR, 2 B HOME FOR SALE SEWING MACHINE 'brigina] Automans Wagon.Air Cond, ,Luggage, 1-

HOSPITAL: "NEVER TOOLATE" 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. ,Qualify and take over payments Guarantee Zig Zags, makes but- Rack. All ,tinted glass. 4000
*. starring Paul Ford and Fenced back yd. Patio with privacy tonholes, sews onbuttonsdecorative -
$2900 Call after 6p.m.
; miles -
i: Connie Stevens ((113 min.) fence,Arlington Area. Chief designs, Monograms, etc. 3593205.
M.:. C. FIELD: "THE HAPPIEST Dobson 772 2526. Just pay balance $40 at $8 per

'.. MILLIONAIRE" starring Fred month. Phone 353-1946 anytime.Will WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near

:. MacMurray and Tommy Steele. BY OWNER3BR.. 2B. DEN, deliver no obligation. A-l NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900
,":, ((154 min.) Cent. A & H. Near schoolsNAS Sewing Machine Co. 1606 blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and
Main St.
; MONDAY May 13 FURNITURE Jax & Cecil in Venetia Manor. _- Unfurn.Apts. All new paint,2BR, -

I VALUES! $17,900 or buy equity on $11,700 65 OLDS ONE OWNER LR, Kit Furn, Nook,' Park 2
NAS "WAKE UP AND DE"starring
: 5 1/4 with $103 &
Mtge at pmts. cars, water sewage garbage
I Best in 384-7997.
Robert Hoffman and Lisa WHOLESALE Will take 2nd mtge. 4161 Trieste incl. only $85 mo for unfurn.
Gastoni. ((110 min) Place. 384-2878. Call 387-2541, nites and week-
4 RAGE" starring Paul Newman 63 CHRYSLER EXTRA CLEAN Karen St. New all brick homes,

and Clera Bloome. Rating OPEN Th'ru out, A-l Mechanically, AC Low 20's. Building Lots
Excellent ((105 min). EVERYDAY Good Tires. New tag. Sacrifice Available. Floyd White, Bldr. PORTABLE TYPEWRITER

TUESDAY, May 14 ,$775. 356-7891. (Will trade) 7715643._. ,Remington Lightweight good con-
dition. Has balance $34 or
I NAS: "SEVEN WOMEN" starring 9-9 "REAL ESTATE: We will help pay $7 per month., 1606 MainSt.

, r, AnnBancroft and Sue Lyon. SUNDAY'TIL you Buy, Sell or Invest." ., or Phone 353-1946. Will
Rating Very Good. ((101 min.) 6p.m. Bowen Real Estate, Realtor deliver, without obligation.DO .
Ii{: HOSPITAL: "MADE IN PAR- USN Retired 384 1376
IS" starring Ann Margaret and YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
; Louis Jordon. Rating Very SURPLUS GOODS JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1 JOCKEY?? For Information call:

Good. ((109 min.) STORE Otr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean 356 8351, Day or Night.
DISCOUNT modern trailers & Apts. 389-
Navy League 3007. HOME FOR SALE, MEA oow-
JO 135 Beoch Blvd. 724 2662
BROOK TERRACE, $64. ; mo.,
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE 5 1/4%/ FHA, 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath;
Elects! JaxBusinessman u_._._. .... ... ,,
-: -L" ''''' : 12'x
Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & Kitchen equipped. Air Cond.,
FHA resales $50 &$100, dwn. 35' covered patio. Big Oak

MONEY Call Powell or Mills, USN Trees and Landscaping, Equity
Cash Monthly Months Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park' and take payments. 310 Noel
;t Jax -- Peter Kirill, a Jacksonville Realty. Road Orange Park.
:' businessman who has Payment to Pay

f.; long been active in the local IN 1 DAY $H4Get $ 5.00 24, 66 VW SUNROOF. LOADED 1

t. branch of the Navy League, was NOW HEAR THIS! Red, white interior. Phone 772 -
t elected national vice president, 219.27 13.00 24 Across from N. A. S. Lovely 3394 J. L. Phillips.

'.', the organization's 66th annual $25 to $600ARRANGED 3 BR, Fla. Room, Patio, Car-
convention in Honolulu, Hawaii, 320.79 19.00 24 port, Large Corner Lot, Chain 62 FORD CONVERTIBLE Galaxy
:: Saturday. Link Fence, $450 down FHA new top, Boot and paint, clean.
John R. Durrett, vice president 427.51 25.00 24 Open for inspection See 7204 P/S A/T. 7714216.FURNISHED .
Greenway Dr. Ed C. Philips
of the Jacksonville Coun- 500.51 29.00 24 /
cil of the League, received a EV7 2503._ DUPLEX INCL.

meritorious service citation 600.00 34.39 24 A Civilian Use Util., Ph., A/C and T. V., 2
from Navy Secretary Paul Igna- BY PHONE For Service Know How BR joins Boone Park. 3804 Valencia -
tius. Durrett received the cita- Rd. Ph. 389 7852.
I; : Payments include interest. Major Company has openings in
contributions in public -
tion for his !
of Fla. for
J, and community relations for most areas CHURCH BONDS FOR SALE 6,,
and desire
of ability iniative
:i the Navy in Jacksonville and _DiaL FINANCE COMPANY for higher than average earnings. 7%/, 8% Interest. $250 and $500

;. Florida. Complete training provided. Included Denominations, Call 384 2007,
:i Four otherJacksonville area 264 9016 or 264 6050.
number when
men were named to serve as national 4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384-2314 telephone
addressing inquiry to:
directors. of the league, 241 WEST FORSYTH ST DIAL 356.0735 Regional Supervisor ROOM AIR CONDITIONER FED-
Duchein of Naples ,
and Charles 5256 BEACH BOULEVARD DIAL 359-2895 r 2911 McCQy Rd.. DERS 23,500 BTU 2 Yrs. Old
Fla., was re elected as Orlando, Fla. 32809 $225 Ph 389 4861. -

. .. . . .Navy. ., -League- president.' . ........... ..... . . .. ..... .. . . . .., .. .

_ Pace 10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Hay 9, 1968

urTT VAdm Heyward ,.. .

Inspects NAMTD

NN x, h 4 r+ t
Vice Admiral Alexander S. f
4 41T Heyward, Jr., Chief of Naval Air
\ Training, Pensacola, Fla., and
holder of the Navy's Gray Eagle
Trophy, arrived at NAS Cecil .
4. Field Monday for an inspectionof
the A4 "Skyhawk" and A7
"Corsair II" Naval Air Main-
tenance Training Detachments.
VAdm. Heyward was given a i ira
t:1 presentation and tour of the
: NAMTD training building. The
function and purpose of each

II ) as bJ v' si training panel was explained by
the instructor assigned to teach
_a_ t T.--$ __ the related system.

THE SIDE......Lt. William F. Broderick, VA-174 main- Following the inspection, the
Admiral commented favor-
tenance officer is "Piped" over the side following his retire- very
ment ceremony held last Monday. ably mission on the conduct and the of the facilities assigned Members of "D" Battery, 33rd Missile Battalion gather in I

available front of VA-81's Skyhawks during their tour of the USS
to carry out the
VA-174 Maint. Officer Retires mission of Naval Air Maintenance Shangri.la.

CECIL -- Lt. William F. Training. VA-8J Acts as Hosts

Broderick, assistant maintenance Marina Attendant JobsARROtfRcedforMayport I
officer of Attack Squadron
174, was piped over the side on For German AirmenDuring
Monday morning, thus ending a

28 year Navy career.In Jax -- The Interagency Boardof a recent visit toSoudha capabilities of the aircraft and
a ceremony conducted in U. S. Civil Service Examiners Bay, Crete by the USS Shangri let the visitors get a first hand
Hangar # 67, Capt. Billy Phil- for Florida has issued an La, Cecil Field based Attack look at the inside of the plane.A .
lips, Commander,Readiness A- examination announcement for Squadron Eighty-One was honored visit to the ready room of
tack Carrier Air Wing Four,recalled few of a kind positions of marina to host members of the Luft- VA 81 proved to be a high
the 28 years that Lt.Brod attendant. waffe for a tour of the carrier. point of the tour for the visi-
erick had served. These years The starting slary is $2.62 Five officers and thirty enlistedmen tors, as they were treated to
covered 13 different duty stationson of "D" Mis- refreshments and watched a
hour and the register will be usedto Battery, 33rd
both and three of
coasts at fill vacancies at the Naval sile Battalion of the German Air movie on carrier operations.
these stations Lt. Broderick After the movies, Cdr. M. D.
Station, Mayport. Force, who were Crete test
: 'eo. mE'RCl/IlY served with Capt. Phillips. Applications will be accepteduntil firings of their Hawk missiles, Cunningham, squadron skipper,
Uti Qv.1": Q RP During the ceremony, Cdr. May 29 and should be sent came aboard for the tour. gave a brief talk on carrier
W. F. Sallada, squadron com-
aviation. Although the formal
to the Interagency Board of U. S.
manding officer, presented Lt. Civil Service Examiners for The guests were taken onbrieftour tour ended at this point, a more
GATOR Broderick with a squadron Florida 123 South Court Ave- of the ship, and were ableto informal mood was achieved when
CROSBY ROCKET plaque. nue, Orlando, Fla. Further information inspect one of the squadron's the German officers accepted the
Lt. Broderick now plans to regarding this examin- A4C "Skyhawks". A VA 81 squadron's invitation to remainfor
SILVERLINE work with the LTV Aerospace ation may be obtained from the pilot explained the mission and dinner in the wardroom.
Corporation in Dallas, Tex.
Employment OfficeBuilding 907,
BARGE T-CRAFT NAS Jacksonville, Phone 772 -
MARKETCome a a a Namedat.NAMTDCecil .
All Navy Exchange store lay- -- --- -- .- -- -- - - -
Browse- -
Buy, Sell or
ii SALES Thousands of Items. outs are prepared at the NavyShip's Slumpff Naulteus
Blanding Drive-In Theatre Store Office, Brooklyn,
IIHwy 17 Grime Park Every Sat. lOam 5:45: pm N. Y., to insure maximum utilization CECIL -- AT1 John W.Slumpffwas AE1 John J. Naulteus has been
Sun. 12:30-:: 5:45: pm of facilities and per- selected "Instructor of the selected "Instructor of the
L 264-9835 sonnel. Month" for March in NAMTD Month" for March in Naval Air
768 7085 or 768.4793 e e e e
1034 (A7)). He was presentedthe Maintenance Training Detach-
award by LCdr. J. K. Don- ment 1016 A4. The award was
aldson, officer in charge, presented by LCdr. J.K.Donaldson -
NAMTD. Cecil; officer-in-charge,NAMTD
I j- At the presentation, Slumpffwas Cecil Field.Assigned.
: riiTa commended for the out- as an instructor on
standing performance of all the A4 "Skyhawk" Electrical
his duties and for the many extra Systems, he was selected for his
hours he has put into on-site outstanding performance instructing -
training to provide squadron the Automatic Flight
personnel with advance trainingon Control System and maintaining
new aircraft systems. training panels for maximum use
greyhound Slumpff reported to Detach in training fleet personnel.
ment 1034 (A7)) in January 1966, Naulteus has been assignedto
and has been assigned an instructor NAMTD Cecil since Sept-
In the Navigation Phase ember 1967. He spends his off
of training for the A7 "CorsairII" duty hours managing a Little
aircraft. This was the League baseball team.
second time he has received He is the son of Mrs. Agnes
such an award. Moreno of Harvard, Neb.

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I AT THE s taco
Monthly S3.00 '- ,
>* 518.00 -
r r,Do ss.40
PWCtTAfiBEFORE\ jaroh, loony bn tim, core.
Pcriod, h f to ,

Check. compare. know what you pay!
Then get your loan the BENEFICIAL way!
S8 Get up to $600 take up to 24 months to
C repay! Just phone get cash in visit to
the office. .or drop In today/
Get that BIG O.K. at Beneficial! r

Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note

JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville
1$t RACE 5635 Roosevelt Blvd., Venetia Village Shop.Ctr.
I [orange: park[ (Next to Winn Dixie) . . . . . .Ph: 388-9374
e 5059 Normandy Blvd. . . . . .Ph: 384-4595
4 other Beneficial offices serve the Jacksonville Area
See phone book white pages for nearest office




May 9. 1968 IAY AID MCWC/ACTCDDiinLien! D._. I.N.tie..l .

I Hospital WeekAt Peop.n: ; '- :'' I

Hospitals, It's Caring for People"

National Hospital Week, sponsored ? -
by the American Hospital
Association, will be celebratednext
week to emphasize the
vital community role played by
the more than 7,000 hospitals
throughout the nation.
This year, the observance
begins on the birthday of Flor-
ence Nightingale, whose efforts 5w1$ !
led to the establishment of the :
first hospital schools of nursing. .
The theme for the weekis
"Your Hospital -- People 1\ U A ) I
Caring for People" accordingto x
Capt. W. S. Baker Jr., commanding ML Sk
officer of the Jacksonville -
"In recent years," Captain
Baker said, "the public's atten- IJfr
tion has been focused on the .
tremendous technological ad -
vances hospitals have made in

patient care. Certainly, new .
y1 a is 'P,
and srt Y
sophisticated machines and a .tom 'JS w >
techniques have helped im -
measurably, but unfortunately it u11r
is too often forgotten that human
hands must operate the machines
and that technology is .useless .. M .n k a itir
without technologists."

Computers '

In many hospitals people.are CARING .- Lt. William L. Gill examines little six-year-old \j, :;:;!i iI; !!:;'
backed up by the latest in sophisticated Cheryl Harris as they chat about her homecoming. She is the \ : \
computers. The computer daughter of Army SSgt. and Mrs. William C. Harris.. ....'.._-..)....' _,'T.fii.?'_.__a.'.;. >v'. -.- I V.. _
has many capabilities, all __ ,
-'-" "'""ocg''I'' ''R4iM'4'd' ..
beneficial in patient care --it :,; : ASSISTING HN Kenneth Powe helps Joe Hardy move
can produce a patient's medical into a more comfortable position. Joe is the son of ADJC and
record in seconds; it can record Mrs. Joseph Hardy of Orange Park.
symptoms and sometimes 7 m9 1 4; f t ss
orders drugs as required; it
analyzes data, conducts experiments -
and produces statis- r ARPSICY'iSLOUNGE
tical data, inventory records,
budget items and billings as or-
dered. But it doesn't CARE.
Captain Baker pointed out that .p & PACKAGE STORE

in the average community hos- ..
pital, the skill and knowledge of AI1I 3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHOHE 771-3385
261 persons are needed to providecare

, '> ., ; e "In for, short each,"100 Jhe said patients.,."we.need P LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS.

nearly three employees to care
for each patient admitted to the MIXED DRINKS FOR
Naval Hospital."

Job Classifications Half PriceLADIES

Captain Baker added that there
1 _
haiL ;
are more than 200 job classi- S
fications within a hospital's IL DANCING EVERY NIGHT
walls, ranging from accountant r
to X ray technicians. DRIVE-IN SERVICE
Others are laboratory technician -i-
engineer, laundry work- aJ -
ers housekeepers mainten- CASE LOTS at
ance worker dietician,cook,kit -
chen helper, purchasing agent, WHOLESALE PRICES
therapist, pharmacist, chaplain HELPING -- HN3 Jim Sessoms assists ENS. Margaret
personnel officer, clerk, medi- McGrath in applying new bandages as GMMI I Donald Hand
cal record librarian, and social
smiles to be cared for by such able hands.
and welfare'worker; just to namea
/While the personnel: filling
these job classifications vary
in background, education and
skills," Captain Baker said,
children how tosave
"they have a common goal -- your "."
better patient care -- and a firm
belief that a hospital is truly
people caring for people." i ;

; :.. ,
Pilot AttendsWarfare Ars I ..terNccL :

SchoolJAX ,, "'w:;.

-- LCdr. Robert F. Davisof jZ S :, ;I: .
VP 5 has returned here after
two weeks at the Canadian For- .
ces Maritime Warfare School at It's important. :.it's fun to watch them learn the

Halifax Nova Scotia. savings habit. They get statements just like the

Commander Davis was the only grown-ups -- and even dividends, too.
representative of a United States
VP Command to attend. Con-
centrating on convoy control, the
course was conducted by U. S., I .
r Canadian and British instructors.The .
primary function of the Life insurance without extra charge on every eligible child's account." \' .J
school is to train in maritime
operations, development of tech-
niques for employment and offer p
facilities to organize and e-
valuate maritime exercises.Cdr. .
H. C. Abelein, VP 5 ---
XO, attended the final day of the NAS JAX BLDG. 39 Tel. 384-1391 or Base Ext. 2431
session and exchanged plaques Hours: Mon. Frl. 9:30.4:30 eee
with Lt. Col. George Bradley, NAS CECIL FIELD BLDG. 771-3211, Ext. 205
8.30T3100 .
assistant commandant of the Hour*.*.Mon. Frl. ...
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I I NATTC : Behind The -Scene I raw

Leadership School graduated works in Air Operations at NAS, Personnel attending NA TTC's
22 members on May 3, in frontof had an average of 95.31. The three week course in leadership
King Hall at NATTC. class as a whole had a final study such varied subjects as ,
Cape. R. P. Kline, commanding grade of 86.28.Speaking military drill, world affairs,U.S. p 1
officer, presented diplomasto to the group of non- Government, and naval customs
the graduates and gave the rated personnel, Capt. I Kline said and courtesies.
honor student a certificate.ACA that successful leadership is hon . '' Vd
Mary E. Kraus receivedthe est, just, and thoughtful leader PNC Alvin R. Hedrick trans- rn
honor certificate. KrauswhoWives ship. ferred to. the Fleet Reserve on -
April 30, after 20 years' of active
I: Club NotesThe naval service.At .
NATTC, Hedrick was the
office manager for the Educa-
Navy Wives Club, Jax tion in Charleston, S. C. since tion Services Office. ;Y ,x A fit' ,
.#86, held their monthly business Sunday. Upon his retirement, Hedrickwas z
meeting at their clubhouse May Plans were made for a lunch- given a letter of appreciation.In .
eon to commemorate the Jax the letter hewas congratulatedon
1.The clubs inflations ceremony ## 86 Club's birthday on May his leadership abilities,devo- w m.U li..t.t.l_
was conducted by Mrs. Edgar 15. Past presidents of the club tion to duty and high level of
Trittschuh, club chairman. Join- will be honored guests. Also invited professional competence. END OF THE LINE -- Maj. Maurice A. Holder, (left), executive
ing the club were Mesdames Har- are the clubs sponsors,and Hedrick and his family will officer of MAD, congratulates GySgt. Ralph T. White as he
an Shirley, Robert Houghton, the Mayport and Cecil Field continue to live in Jacksonville. hands White a certificate of transfer to the Fleet Marine Corps
and Fredrick Graves. Wives! Clubs. Capt. M. J. Stack . Reserve, 1st Sgt.Harry R. McDaniel looks on after receivinghis
The club president, Mrs. T. CO of NAS and one of the club's NA TTC's precision drill team,
J. Bennett and several elected sponsors, will be the speaker for the Jaxon Lancers, performed certificate.
delegates have been attending the the luncheon. before approximately
Navy Wives Clubs of America The next club meeting will be tators in Fernandina Beach Sat-
Southeastern Regional Conven- at 7:30 p.m. on May 15. urday.

The unit marched in that city's Jax Marine i News
annual Fiesta of Eight Flags. ;;
The drill team also performedon
Bobs Oak Hill May 3, during ceremonies
dedicating the opening of the new By Sgt. Bob Tipton'

Pure Service CenterOpen hangar at NAS.. . .

Lt. Suchin Darmaraksa of the
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. Royal Thai Navy is at NATTCfor Two marines were transfer the training chief at MarMech
training. He began 22 weeksof to the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve "P" School.
studies at AE/A School last (FMCR) April 30 after SSgt. David' L. Magee checkedIn
rood service. pick up & delivery week. serving 39 and one half years April 30 after serving eight
Before coming here the'engineering active duty between them. months with Marine Medium Hel-
Mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars officer from Thailand IstSgt. Harry R. McDaniel copter Squadron-264 at New Riv-

spent eight weeks studying English spent 20 years in the Corps. He er, N.C. He, is now a studentat
103rd & Jammes Road in Texas at Lackland AFB. and his wife, Violet, plan to reside AE "B" School.
771 9156 Jacksonville. Florida When he leaves NATTC,Lt.Dar- in Orlando, SSgt. Donald R. Stoner, an instructor -
maraksa is scheduled to spend They have four children, Mi- at MarMech "P" School
10 weeks in Tradevman Schoolat chele, 13; Michael, 12; Tina, for the past 18 months, and Sgt.
NATTC, Memphis. eight, and Christopher, seven. William D. Scott, a Supply clerk
Say .Aloha GySgt. Ralph T. White, who here for 35 months, checkedout
AudioVisualConference served as, a ,Radiography instructor of MAD May 3 with ordersto
here,'was transferred to WESTPAC.
to Neighbor .; ., i * *
"; the FMC( after 19 years', six I
months active! service. Major Maurice A. Holder, executive

DRIVE TO lIe and his: wife Mary, planto officer of MAD, presented -
Assembles reside in Hollywood, Fla., promotion warrants to six
where he will work for North- Marines May 1.
The first Annual Armed Forces east Airlines. Promoted to master sergeant
Audio Visual Communications They have two daughtersGail, were Kenneth G. Lyons, an AO
Conference will be held at the 17; and Linda, 16. instructor, and Robert J.
HAWAII Sheraton-Park Hotel, Washington Slaski NSOIC of Marine Liai-
* *
D.C. November 4 thru 8. son, AE School.
This conference will replacethe Two Leathernecks checked in GySgt. Walter D. Mason, an
r DAYTONA BEACHHaWaabt Armed Forces Television to MAD recently while two others AE instructor, was promoted to
Conference, the U.S. Navy Pho- checked out. his present rank.
tographic Progress and Policy Putting on staff sergeant
Conferences held by other ser- MSgt. Kenneth L. Yoak arrived stripes were Horace E. Thomas,
here May 3 from Phu Bai, wherehe attached
vices. Items to be covered will to Galley Three; LonnieC.
be Still and Motion Picture Pho- spent 13 months with Marine Maynard, assigned to Train-
tography, Television, Instrumen- Medium Helicopter Squadron164. ing Facility; and Haywood Foggy,
He is presently serving as an AE instructor.
R&D and
t1M tation, in Photography
t Audio Visual. .... -. .

Registration forms will be thief Keturns to School I IJAX
2301 S. Atliitic A,.., available August 1. All activi-
ties planning to send representatives -- PHC Louis R. Mathis in California.The .
h HAS EVERYTHING! are requested to write to Jr. of VAP 62 has been accepted ADCOP was established to
the Navy Chairman, AudioVisual for the ADCOP Program provide a career retention incen-
Communications Conference, (Associate Degree Completion tive to outstanding enlisted per-
Special Naval Photographic Center, Program). sonnel and to increase the pro-
.. Washington, D.C. 20390 before Chief Mathis was one of 120 fessional proficiency of critical
Rates Sept. 15 for registration forms. Navy Personnel selected from ratings through modern voca-
j Military Registration fees and security more than 1,700 applicants. He tional training available in civil-
clearances are not required. has applied for admittance to ian educational institutions.
(lIild,... .".., 1 12 Soporvbod CbHdron's Maximum participation by all Pensacola Jr. College, Mount Prior to reporting to VAP 62
tree D., Camp photographic, television, instru- San Antonio Jr. College or Palo- Chief Mathis served three years
"..t.4 indoor pool. orodito lor tilt mentation and other audio-visual mar Jr. College. Chief Mathis in Operation Deep Freeze and
.AN Ckomfrontccomodotions kids specialists is encouraged.oanooooao. has attended Ventura Jr. College.n"'n..n..n a tour of duty with Light Photo-
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Cecil Field Pools to LCdr Bill Vetl.r

111'IItllllll' ODen. For Summer Aces 17 at Cecil I

Last week William S. Yetter
This weekend will mark the prohibited. of VA 44 opened the month of
start of another season for two 12. Skylarking, and rough May with a hole -in one on
of the three Cecil Field pools. play in and around the pool area the Cecil Field Golf Course.Mr. .
The Officer's and the EnlistedMen's will be cause for restrictionfromthe Yetter's ace came on the 17th
pools will open at 11 am pool for a period based on hole and he was using a three
a Saturday and Sunday morningsand the gravity of the individual case. iron.
r will remain open until 6 13. Children's toys such as
pm each evening. balls, rafts, boats, etc. are In talking with the club pro,
r. e During the month of May,these prohibited.If Bill Gjott::; told us that this was
two pools will be open on all personnel follow the rules the third hole in one in
weekends only. During the monthof and regulations concerning the his two years at the local course.
r ; T V P 11 "VV 9 June. the Chiefs pool will Cecil Field pools, everyone will While talking to Yetter he said,

open and a regular daily sche- have an enjoyable, safe summerof "that the ace enabled him to
dule at all three pools will be swimming. get an even par ((36)) on the back
published.The nine.*

pools may be utilized by
all As well as being a fine golfer -
military personnel and their
Mr. Yetter is very activein
dependents. Swimming is
a recreation
other the Intramural
phases pf -
ha which has inherent dan-
iu x
gers, and all personnel are cau- program.
Personnel qf VA 44 would
tioned to conduct themselves in
it Y such like to extend their congratulations -
a manner as to
d prevent any Bonds
and that Mr. Yetter
a -, t injury or loss of life. Personnel
has more golfing experi-
: using the pool facilities.do so onlyat many
Winners of S e Trophies are: front row, Thomas B. Watson, their own risk. ences.

Class C, 1st place; Rod Lyons, Class B, 1st place Mark Pionessa Safety Precautions and Rules -
I Class A, 1st place and Chuck Lefevers Class A A, 1st place.. .
Back row, Bill Yetter, Class C, 2nd place; Charles Brown, All personnel using the pools
Class, 2nd place; James W. Hames, Class A, 2nd place and must comply with the' following ,
George Jones. Qass AA. 2nd clace. safety precautions: "

Shooters Take HonorsAt 1. when Swimming the pools is are permittedonly officially

opened and life guards are on

I CF Skeet Meet duty.2. All instructions of the life

guards must be obeyed.
3. Water can and does trans-

Rod and Gun Club members A skeet range is divided into mit disease. All bathers must

Cecil Field military personnel eight stations with a high and low take a shower before entering the LAST MONTHWESAID
and dependents participated last house on either side of the range. pools.
Saturday in the Cecil Field Invi- These two houses control the clay 4. Bathers who have left the
tational Skeet Meet. About 30 pigeons that are released for the pool enclosure temporarily shall
entries competed for the eight shooters. not re enter without rewash-

final place trophies. While at each station, at the ing feet.
This meet was staged simi- command, "Pull", two birds 5. Personnel suffering froma
lar to a National Skeet Shooters are relased, one at a time, one fever, inflamed eyes, nasalor
Association Match. There werea from the high house and one from ear discharge, communicable II
few changes made in the rulesto the low. disease, or who have any evidenceof "YES

help the inexperienced shooter. Shooters have'one skin or external diseases will ...
free shot
The National Association require not be allowed in the pool.
: that four rounds be shot that they can use at any time 6. Contaminating pool enclo-

"J to equal one official tournament.The throughout the match if Rod and Gun Club cut the should 'miss one of the bvls.Once" 7. Beverages, food will not To used salesman who couldn't
it has be 'used a car resist
four rounds down to be consumed the ,. ,
to two :save past gate leadingto "- "'L,/: ;
time. it can not be again in the same the pool. one of f his own specials.m"1- ,- ffy
match. ': "***;*;I\:,.
The National averages were 8. Presence of dogs, cats, or "
To that freezer r and
a just won
a new
also lowered to assist the shoot- any other kinds of pets within ,
On station
one two, six and
wanted stock
the is to it.
pool area prohibited.
seven shooters must fire at a"double"
ers.The shooters in the four 9. Glass containers of
classes top participating were: birds A "double" Is two kind will not be allowed in any the To a man with a lot of old bills who neededone
leaving their housing at
1. Chuck Lefevers VA 44 the same time. The shooters pool area. new way to pay them off.
2. George Jones SupplyA. 10. Swimming will not be allowed -
have two shots in which to brake when electrical storms And to a school teacher whose crash diet
both pigeons.The .
1. Mark Pionessa Rod and threaten the immediate area. wrecked her old wardrobe. .
Gun Club next skeet meet will be 11. Use of any electrical appliances -
2. James W. Hames -VA-44 open to all shooters. Details within the pool area isAPARTMENTS To a statistician whose wife was counting on'

B. for this match will be announced.Rod one but got two.
1. Rod Lyons -. VA 44 .
2. Charles Brown WeaponsC and Gun Club officials To a 1965 high-school graduate who f finally
have SKeet Meet with
hope to a
1. Thomas WatsonPublic the Mayport Naval Station some- decided to become a college-graduate.

Works time In the near future.
2. Bill Yetter VA 44 1il
The range Is open to all shoot-
Bill Yetter now agrees that ers Wednesday afternoons from
all classes of shooters had a
4:00 until and
: p.m. sunset, on
chance to win the trophies. 1 He Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until c
shot his third round of Skeet sunset. WE'RE NOT
Saturday and was still able to
win one of the eight top spotsin All personnel interested in Skeet CONVENIENTLY
the competition. are invited to come out to the LOCATED
Skeet range, located by Lake NEAR BOTH BASES IN BUSINESS

Mrs. Nick Takes Newman anytime ,that it is open. Only Min. to Cecil & NASA
The charge for a round of Skeetis
$.75 and 12 guage shells are
sold by the club at $1.60 a box. 71 UNITS
Ladies Golf HonorThe 1,2 & 3 1C SAY NO.Universal .

Cecil Field Ladies Golf e
Association played a "T" and C.I.T. Personal Loans.
"F" tourney last Friday morn-_ ALL APTS HAVE* :

ing as a part of their weekly DEALERSHIPS WALL-TO-WALL

Intramural program. AVAILABLENEW CARPETS
Only holes beginning with the DRAPES

letters "T" and "F" were play- STATIONS CENTRAL AIR & HEAT 1, .
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by scoring a 34 for the nine .

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Ladies Btgii i Championship I r- lilt!amural ScoreboardNational I

On Friday, May 3rd, the Cecl 11 are Mrs. Nelda Bradt and Mrs.
Field Ladies Golf Associatioi n: Betty Moranville both tied with
began their annual 54 holt 5 a gross score of 88. Continental League League SOFTBALL

championship.The The tournament is Medal Plays VA-37 8 0
leaders, going into thL with a full handicap being used. Ops. 19 9 Marine Bar. 20 8 VA-44 7 0
mornings second round of pla Medical 19 19 AMD 20 8 .
Y The final round of play will be AMD/ 7 1 ,
17 1 161/2111/2 -
held tomorrow morning at the Cecil VA-45 11 VAn: 74 VA 6 2 .
VA 44 ##1 13 15 15 13 .
Golf Lessors to Field course. Yellowater 10 14 AV. Ord. 141/2/ 131/2 Ops. "' .43 3'V
Trophies will be presented to VA-46 ; ;" .
9 A 37 14 14 '
the winners May 31 at an end of VA 15 19 VA 105"L 2 6 .'
8 Ro.IW 4 11 17 :
VA 37 16
Start For Yoith the season lund1eon.lowl.rs MarinesVA45 J"-U.u ,"\ .//t-
: ,4tIWJ
Missiles : -
1 27 ; s
High Game: Wisps 204 ... .
.1h"', 5 ',
High Series: Roberts 536 High Game:Vaughn 225 : .
VC 4' 6
Cecil Field Golf Pro, Bill Stot' High Series: Vaughn 581 .1 O' 6"(
has announced that golf lessons Places American League Dental
for junior dependent:!
between the ages of 12 and II f VA -105 22 6 2 Teams Remain on
will begin on Tuesday, June 11; Sixth in Tourney VA-37 1## 2 21 '7
and will run for six weeks. VA 174 17 11
Five Cecil Field bowlers returned VA 45 16 12
"The lessons will begin at 10:3C: ) last week after placing VA-442 f# 12 16 Top in IM Softball

am and are free to all junior de> sixth in the Sixth Naval District AMD 10 18 .
pendents. Golf clubs and gal F tournament held at the Naval NAMTD 7 21
balls will be furnished by the\ Air Station, Memphis. VA 37 "Pups" 7 21 Two undefeated Softball teams field and Bob (Old Man) Cummings -
Cecil Field Pro Shop. The Cecil Bowlers collected High Game: Gibson 244 the "Bulls" of VA 37 and grounded out to second.
16,476 pins for the eighteen High Series Gibson 607 AMD/Admin. matched wits last Mula went from second to
the Monday night at B Circle North. third and came home on a wild
games played in tournament.
Both teams were trying to secure -
The NAS Memphis team finished Badminton Now
the the top positions in the first The AMD/Admin struck out
in with
top spot 17,291.
half of the Intramural Softball in a row the last half of the last
H Available at CF League.; The"Bulls"come out on inning.
Nafg&OD1f@ Profit generated by exchange the high side of a 3 1 score. Marion Coffey was the win-
operated Enlisted Clubs is retained The ball game went without ning picker for the VA, 37
by the club itself to pro- GymnasiumFor hits or runs until the last half of "Bulls". Chief Jim Lee was
vide entertainment programs for the first inning when the AMD/ the losing pitcher for the*:AMD/
club patrons and to pay for required Admin team scored an unearnedrun Admin. team. .
renovations. those who are interestedin off the VA 37 team VA r.11
the game of Badminton it is I game
The remained the
score same be Thursday night at 5:30
now available and can be play p.m.
until the top of the fourth Inning VA
against 174.
HONDA ed at the NAS Cecil Field sat ion I when the "Bulls" rallied for
gymnasium. Following are the two runs. During the last'week the VA -
MONTESA basic rules for the game of bad John Trovato got to bat and 44 Hornets.have added three victories -
to their already
minton.A unblemished -
the AMDAd
grounded out to -
MOTORCYCLESMOTORS shuttlecock substitutes fora min shortstop. 4 and 0 record in the
ball in badminton, the shuttle- Joey Franklin doubled and was local intramural softball league.On .
,- cock being the shape of a small followed by Marion Coffey who Tuesday, April 30th the
,ROBERT TRAVIS ct.. ,t orange cut in half. It weighs hit a ground ball down the third Hornets defeated VA 46 by an
-- 73 to 85 grains. On the flat base line. The third baseman 8 to 3 score. Steve Burton
\ J side 14 to 16 feathers are Imbedded played with the ball few allowed only one hit in notching
Agency he. -
his fifth of the
these feathers victory season.
-:: being onds and then made a wild throwto .
2 1/2 to 2 3/4 inches long. first base. VA-44 scored all 8 of their
and The racquet or bat can be any Both of the base runners advanced runs in the first inning and then
shape, or size, but must not exceed putting them on second were shut out the rest of the
388-3583 6483 ROOSEVELT CYCLES CO. Burton had little
AT NAS 6 ounces in weight. and third with one man out. way. trouble
See Honda's Hot "350" The shuttlecock must be hit Roland Lamb stepped ,to the with his opponents until the seventh -
389.3483 j nfis EDGEWOOD while in air. plate and hit a triple into right inning, when the opposition
Wop ROOSEVELT 4949 BlandingPH Hit'solidly, on the rpunded center driving in two runs. scored two runs and had the ...
part the shuttlecock clears the Don Singer struck out and Dave bases loaded when they were
771-8244 net. Having done so, however, O'Dell followed? by lining out finally retired. There was no
there is no basis for anticipation to the second baseman. outstanding hitter for the Horn-

." ..... . '. of subsequent events. The"carry" The AMD/Admin. team went ets, but all the men played well
z may be reasonably far; down In three and the "Bulls" as a team, both offensively and
on the other hand, the heavy partmay were at bat again. defensively. The fielding play of
descent to the bottom of the Sal Mula led off with a base the game came in the fifth inning
carry and, with momentum gone, hit to left field and then went when the VA 46 center fielder -
the shuttlecockdrops like a plum to second base on a wild pitch. made a terrific catch of.ball
hit centerfield.
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I May 9, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page I 15 ,. I

....... -- --,.,.---
v Intramural Softball

U Vr Starts
Play MondayThe

1968 intramural 'softball season will get underway Monday
Bowling Standings night as Capt. Martin J. Stack commanding officer, NASJax,
throws out the first ball in a game between VP-30 and Medical.
American League \QZJ 1 The intramural softball season will feature double round robin
J play with two leagues and a double elimination to decide the station
Team Win Lost champion. Below is the schedule of games for the first week ofplay. .
Cloak &. Dagger 36 12 (AFPS Feature) .
Strikers 34 14 1. Babe Ruth hit more home Monday Night
Crash & Fire 33 15 runs than any other ball playerin Time
Hunters 32 16 baseball. Who is second and 5 Mackroth Field VP.30 vs Medical
Neptunes 32 16 how many did he hit? 7 Mackroth Field Hospital vs FAW-11
X-Impulses 26 22 2. The term "Texas Leaguer"is 5 Hospital Field Supply vs 679th
Red darters 25 23 associated:: with which sport
7 Hospital Field Weapons vs COMFAIRJAX
football horse shoes baseball
; ; ;
Trainers 25
5 Enterprise Field VP-5 vs
Cannon Cockers 23 25 golf.
Falcons 19 21 3. In boxing divisions whichis Tuesday Night
heavier, bantamweight or
Nomads 20 28 featherweight? 5 Mackroth Field VP-45 vs NARTU
Flap Jax 18 30 4. Can you name the player 7 Mackroth Field FICEUR' vs Marine Bar.
Gold 16.5 31.5 who holds the National Foot- 5 Hospital Field VP-16 vS Admin.
Cadeuces #2 15 33 ball record for most points in 7 Hospital Field VW-4 vs Aircraft Main
Needlers 11.5 28.5 championship games? a 1 5 Enterprise Field MARTD'S GemsVAP62 .
Mad Foxes "A" 8 32 .
Wednesday Night

National League Answers 5 Mackroth Field Hospital vs
.sauiB3 ann ul| sjujoduijaji SS JO I 1101 Jane Wald poses prettily in 7 Mackroth Field Supply vs Medical
Foggy Five '26.5 9.5 5 Hospital Field Vp.5 vs FAW-11 .
] 11 BBU, VZOIQ 'pu8Iual California bunshine while relaxing
CPO (FIC) 25 11 jo vzojf) noq 8J] ,n.(8ld[ a'l.L *q from work at 20th Cen- 7 Hospital Field Weapons vs 679th
AOMD # 2 22 10 spunod 9zf.uvq abut tury Fox.During 5 Enterprise COMFAIRJAX vs NARF
Red Darters # 3 19 13 jou sl] V3pj3iV9j; pus spunod
Sky Warriors 19 13 Sit U8q 9JOUI }OU II| jq3j M'g a a a a a S Thursday Night

Hurricanes 20 16 -wnuvII 1g8iaM1ay11a3. the first six monthsof
Chiefs (NARTU) 16.5 13.5 .U8qan Z'tI6 1966, Americans purchasedan 5 Mackroth Field FICEUR vs Air Ops
Faid Folks 19 17 11'1! (SS6I-pI6i) 1J8a. ZZ approximate total number of 7 Mackroth Field VP-16 vs NARTUMarine
Hard HatsTipplers 18 18 uj i| nu .1.laUlo'l ItS 11'1! (U61 54 million U. S. Savings Bonds 5 Hospital Field VW-4 vs Bar.
15 17 -9Z6I) IlUOS8aS ZZ ul slusl9i1oA -- the highest for the same periodin 7 Hospital FieldEnterprise MARTD vs Admin.
Pin Kings 16 20 !tax ay1 JO no law '1 20 years. 5 Field Gems vs Aircraft'Maint..,

Outcasts 12 16
Molar Rollers 13 19 \

Pin Blue Teasers 8 11 24 21 MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE

MARTD #2 8 28 Need money
All Ranks All Ages

Atlantic League lOW RATES for a leave

Spoilers 29 15 EASY MONTHLY
Red Darters #2 28 16 See HFC.
Uncles 27 17
Hurricanes 24 16
Bean Burners 24 20
'.. Handicaps ',' 25 23 'v
Supply 24.5 23.5 ,r.
BB Balls 22 22 INC.
LeftoversChargers 21 23 ,
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CPO's (VP 30)) .18.5 25.5 6479 Reoswelt IM. 388-7676
BB Stackers 17.5 26.5
Tar Babies 14 30 Call Us Anytime ,
AFEES 13.5 34.5 '
Continental League r

MARTD 1#+ 1 33 11 .
Sparks 29.5 10.5 : ey/#
679th 24 16 /
Rip Cords 26 18
ElectronsCadeuces 25 19 If you've got leave coming. and you're short of money

1#+ 1 22 18 see the company that helps thousands of service
people every year. Get a Traveloan from Household
Mad Foxes # 2 20 24
PRO'S (VP 30)) 18 22 We 1**_ them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspect Finance.At .
ion. Then we tuned up tightened, end replaced everything that
White Hats 19 25 needed it. And cuaranteed them 100% for the repair or replacementof HFC, we'll tell you in advance what your Traveloanwill
UnstrikeablesGreenbacks 18.5 25.5 all In and major double mechanical check.part.for 30 days or 1000 miles. Comeon cost. ..and we'll spell it out in dollars and cents. No

16 24 -ENGINETRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE hidden charges. No extras. No surprises. See us now!
Before you sign on the dotted line,
VW SEDANS FROM 1962 to 1968
know what your loan will cost.
Buy 62 VW SEDAN . . . .. . $850

64 VW SEDAN . . '. ..' ,'._. .$1000 YM cash o.t MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS

65 VW SEDAN . . . '. .$1200 24 'I'I"-Id" pas U,,t' !frsrb 6parseft

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300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45
67 VW SEDAN . . .' . .$1650 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78

H 67 VW SEDAN Air Co n d. . ,,. . . $1895 ,600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
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66 VW KARMANN GHIA CPE. scheduled monthly balances not exceeding t300
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Hay 9. '968 I

t Game Regulations Set' ''!: : Jax Credit Union

r For Hunting Fishing Remodels OfficesJAX

y -- -- The lax Navy

1" Sportsmen should be alert for prohibit the shooting of turtles >.. Credit Union loan department office -
has been remodeled to offer
)' new regulations that will affect with firearms and remove the
. : their hunting and fishing during black and turkey vulture from A privacy and convenience to its
the coming seasons. The the list of unprotected birds. members, according to Don Ath-
.' of vulture is earn manager.
< regulation changes were approv- The protection the r fp
Athearn said that the
j, ed by the Game and Fish com- designed to help protect the American -' 1 N 4 over past
12 the credit union has been
eagle by removing the years
mission April 25 and will become 1
l a effective July 1. chance shooting of large uniden- housed in the same quarters

y' The regulations for the 1968 tified birds. There is a regu- which were adequate when the
lation that will allow membership was small.
l 69 season will prohibit the'use property
D / "But in 1968". he stated,
to kill vultures'when the now.
<. of two wheeled motor powered owners .o
vehicles on roads and trails not, birds are destroying livestock. x "membership Is 21,000 and grow-
Fisherman should take note ing everyday. With this growthhas
l open to, or used by.four-wheel-
/. .ed vehicles on Florida wildlife that the use of snatch hooks a- come the problem of servingour

,': management areas, unless pro- long with bow and arrows spears t ,b members as individuals with*
. vided by special area regulations, and gigs will become a legal individual problems and needs.
methods of taking non He continued, "The new arrangement -
according to W. B. Copeland, game.fish. ---- --
commission chairman. Effective July 1,fishermanmay will enable the credit
.\ A change in regulations will include the pickerel (fresh MORE SPACE -- The Jax Navy Federal l Credit Union loan department union to give faster service on
open a section of the St. Johns water jack) in the list of game office has been remodeled to accomodate growing members' loan requests and per-
River for the taking of frogs fish which can be used as bait. membership. sonal attention to special pro-

. and turtles. The section affected Another new regulations will blems.
.. provide that bird dogs be "Like anything new, it will
'is located between State Road may Mad Foxes
VP-5 ParticipateIn
trained licensed shooting taker some getting used to for
: 46 and the Kissimmee Melbourne pre-
I '. highway. serves during September by the the members as well as the employees -
I Other regultions changes will shooting of pen raised birds by but we feel that it is
NA TO Course
the dog trainer. In areas other Training a step in the right directionin
than licensed shooting preserves, fulfilling our desire to ,give
Sport Shorts the trainer is required to use a Jax -- Patrol Squadron Five's subsurface' rotary wing and long the members" the best service
pistol firing blanks or a solid Mad Fox Crew 11 has just returned range maritime patrol forces. available. ,
ball. to NAS after competing a The objective of the course was M ,5,
three week NATO training tour in to familiarize anti submarine Series H Savings Bonds may
Jax -- The NAS Womens Golf Northern Ireland. warfare units with the protectionof be obtained exchange for Ser-

>} Association held a Team Play Pistol Team The Mad Foxes crew,under the convoys, whether they are ies E Bonds, when current income
the Tee
luncheon on April 23 at command of LCdr. DonaldE. large or small.Operating is wanted. That's good to

;I 'House. Competes in Thune, attended a joint our of Ballykelly Royal remember when your retirementtime
Weekly tournament awards anti submarine school there Air Force Base, crew 11 comes.
were presented at the luncheon which is designed to Intensifythe flew several sorties in which
,. and elections were held for club Local Match degree of co operation understanding they were directly involved in
officers for the coming year. and co ordination convoy support. Other flights Can You.
Mrs. Louise Coleman was elect- Jax -- The MarineAirDetachment among the participating surface, were flown to enhance proficiency
ed chairman; Mrs. Margaret pistol team took two top and co ordination. TAKE YOUR CAR
Owens, co chairman; Mrs. positions at the Jacksonville Gun Other NATO forces involved WITH YOU?
" Arlene Howell, tournament Club 2700 Pistol Match May 5. included the Royal British Navy For Financing and Insurance
" chairman and Mrs. Helen Bliss, GySgt. John K. Maurer and Air Force,the Royal Australian Stateside and Overseas. Call
treasurer. captured first place in the mas- Navy and Air Force and the
,, The last golf play day for this ter class in the .22 calibre match Royal Dutch forces.Of DYER M. BURR
: season will be held on May 21, with a score of 868 out of a pos- the number of confirmed GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
I followed by an awards luncheon sible 900 points. GySgt. RichardR. 'simulated submarine "kills" FINANCE CORPORATIONand
on May 28. Kinnel also came out on top during the exercise one half were
J. S t i in that match in the expert class accounted for all air units; and INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
./" All personnel holding at least a by firing an 825. bf these,Jacksonville's Mad Fox INSURANCE COMPANY
current month's paid upgreens Maurer was the only Marine to es crew 11 accounted for over half 5615 Tlmuauana Rd. 771-0527
fees card from NAS Jax, Cecil place from then on. He maintained EKROSn9S1A.4'n according to Commander Thune.
Field or Mayport may play on his. first place rating in I I
.{ any of the three stations' golf the center fire match by shoot-
, courses upon payment of a greens ing an 853. In the .45 calibre CHEVROLET
\ fee of $1.25, according to J. A. match he fired an 857 to keep. J
.:'I Fields NAS Jax Special Ser- himself on top of the list.

,' vices officer. Maurer took the grand ag .. KnowntgeptT
, This reciprocal agreementbetween gregate in his class with an -r .

the commanding officers of over all score of 2578 out ofa --AII---AJ/----,IQ ,
the three stations concerned and possible 2700 points.
I is applicable every day of the
I' week including holidays. .

,: Jax .-- The NavyJax swim team

:' : held its final winter development NEED 4
.. meet for the season at the Indoor
< Pool April 27. .a' '..Ai
; jJ.i!Ift1mP Buy A New
The team practices Monday C .
through Friday at the Indoor Pool .
from 4 6 in the afternoon and LV CASH?

at the Enlisted Men's Pool Sat- CHEVROLET:
urday mornings; 8:30 11.
The summer meet schedule
stans with a team effort at San I eS

; Jose Country Club on June 10. / .
Anyone interested in joining the i.
'Ib1 [.JJl 4
I team is invited to call Jim Dal-
; zell at 264 9727.
p. /! i
M 4 S t ti

I" V For Less Dollars At'ion.
Jax -- Two outdoor swimming
pools number 36 and 37 -- located Get any amount, large or small
w near the Main Exchange,

,i ,are open for recreation swim- up to $600. $50 cost' only $1.50
::. ming Saturdays and Sundays from

12 noon to 7:30 p.m. for 30 days. On a loan of $500.55
Swimming pool number 419 in !1T
i the NATTC area Is open from repay only $29 per month.
:t 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekends
y and from 3:30: to 6:30 p.m. on IXAMPUS OF
We provide prompt service to
week days. personnel. Save time UPAYMINTSmilitary _
A full time daily schedule when you need money. Phone C.iK You Monthly
;J for the summer months will be first,then stop by to complete Get Payment
: announced at a later date. your loan. Try us you'll $101.02 $ 6.00
'% like us. We're, the most help-
4 t t i 202.05 12.00 1 r
ful loan peoole> you'll
.- 286.23 17.00
An Intramural track and field anywhere.

held organizational May 29 at meeting 9:30 a.m.will in the be Aetna Finance Co. 409.53 500.55 29.00 24.00

NAS Gym Bldg. 3. The first A Financial Service of ITT 600.00 34.39 !

track and field meet is scheduled (lt.d on 74 Mot)
,j.', "'I':;', t Irri. A
.. 5551 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 337 ((692 '
.'. : ;
An intramural swim organizational Sat A tf .6t, >:'H;.
46 Duval-355-7543 8006 Lem Turner Rd-768-0501 I
,\ ','' meeting will be held June W. or Sun. I PM-- P Mr
I '.:: 12 9:30 the NASGym with
... at at ,
f If r the firstswim meet of the season eodwordfera.loan.isAelna.

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