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Creation Date: May 23, 1968
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VOL. 26 NO. 9 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 23, 1968




CPO WelchReceives Rules Set for Military



Political Activities
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2nd StarThe The General Counsel, legal In reference to campaigning,
authority for the Department of a serviceman has several pro-
Defense, has-outlined rules concerning visions to abide by should he
Data Processing Unit's a serviceman's status desire to participate in or cam-
Claude T. Welch was promoted to relative to political campaignsand paign on an individual I i or
E 9 May 16 when he receiveda running for a public office. management basis:
certificate advancement
to
Under certain circumstancesa
Master Chief Data Processing The candidacy must not
-, Technician from Capt. Martin J. serviceman, officer or enlisted, interefer with the performance of

Stack, NAS commanding officer. office can except and nomination campaIgn--for public his military duty.

The second star capped 19 subject to the may regulations of his If elected, he will not per-
of naval service for Chief
; years military department and local form any duties of his public. ,
Welch who has been stationed
,
k I election laws, according to the office while on active duty sta-
here since 1964. Previously due v G ta
General Counsel.As tus.
for retirement In November, the
,, chief will remain on active duty for Civil Service employees Under regulations of the
since accepting the 2nd star.A most policies dealing with elected Military Departments, a' serviceman -
certified data processingman offices and campaign partici- while on active duty will
a designation gained afteran } i pation are covered in Civil Ser- not use his official authorityor
exam similiar to that of a vice Commission regulations-and influence for the purose of ,
certified public accountant,Chief provisions. interfering with an election or
Welch has taught several semes- affecting the course or outcome
ters of data processing techni- Status thereof. However, such per-
ques at St. Johns River Junior sons, while on active duty, retain

College's evening program and .....- -- .w Regarding the military, the the right to vote, to express their
Orange Park'High School. circumstances whereby a ser- opinion privately and informallyon

Chief Welch was also honored PROGRAMS COMPUTER -- DPCM Claude T. Welch places viceman can "run for a govern all political subjects and ..
by the Jax Naval Air Reserve reel in automatic data processing computer. He was promoted ment office depends on status -- candidates. \

Training Unit in a letter of ap- to Master Chief May 16 and was cited for formulating the Regular Component or Reserve Opinions -
preciation from NARTU's com- Forces.A .
manding officer. FollowingNAR- computer programming concept of the NARTU program. He has The General Counsel also
TU's transition to automatic data taught data processing techniques at St. Johns River Junior member of a Regular Component spelled out conditions and rights .-:
9 processing for the scheduling and College. while on active dutymay of military members to express :.
i training of reservists,Chief Welch accept a nomination for public office 'personal opinions on matters of ._ .;
was 'cited for formulating the provided such nomaintion national or foreign policy: 11.
House Approves LegislationOn is tendered (offered) without
:Z of computer the NARTU programming concept direct or indirect activity or In the absence of security or 1
k program.
solicitation his He operational considerations, ser-' '\
on part. may
The letter praised the chief for
his Reserve Medical Benefits then file such evidence of his vice members may express their <1,
highly cooperative spirit 4
and candidacy as is required by views provided they do not pur- ,.
thoroughly professional attitude -
local law.However. port to speak on behalf of the \
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. Anew amendment designed to as a result of that injury, his armed forces and provided their'
Under the new system which expand and standardize medicaland dependents would continue to receive a member of the statements do not significantly
was set up by Chief Welch, dental benefits for dependentsof those same medical and Reserve Forces, while on active prejudice interests of the United
NARTU is now able to better reserve forces has been approved dental care benefits. duty, may become a candidate States.
schedule and train over 1,000 by the House and sent to Under the existing law, the election to public office withoutthe
reservists. the Senate for consideration. family of a reservist killed duringthe offer of nomination. The General Counsel pointedout
Before reporting for duty here Under the revision, dependents same training period would "Although a member may
Chief Welch served for two years of a reservist who died from injuries not be eligible for medical care. Should a serviceman electedto express his personal opinions
,. at the Navy Supply Depot, Subic or disease received while certain federal or state offices about our foreign policy at cer-
Bay, Philippines.He performing his training regard- (Ilsllie he may be permitted to be tain times and places under
lives withhiswife, Glennis, less if the training period was discharged, relieved from active certain circumstances, such expressions -
and their four children at 987 for less than 30 days, would be EDITORIALS..Page 2 duty, or resign as appropriate. may not be permissible -
Crest Dr., Jacksonville. entitled to all medical and dental However, a military member at other times and places
care authorized by the law. generally will not be separatedfor and under other circumstances.
House Armed Services Com- CIVIL SERVICE. .Page S the purpose of running for Each case, then, must be evaluated -
Paper Out Friday mittee hearing showed that in the public office.ACADEMY on its own merits."
case of disabling in jury received MOVIES. . Page 9

Next week's edition of Jax during training, a reservist ............ --.-............_.......
Air News will be distributed could be retired on physical dis- CLASSIFIEDS .page 9 '''
aboard the station on Friday ability and his dependents receive I II''' :. ,
due to the Thursday holiday. medicare. SPORTS. .Page 11 G 12 f!" /. .
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Today, more than ever, agood national service academies.The years of active duty and per- ,t f
education is truly the key to suc- Society, through its inter- sonnel on the disability retired
cess. Over 50 per cent of est free Educational Loan Pro list.
gram is helping to guarantee the Dependents must not have attained 1I
for r4
the looking employ-
people futures of all of the of 22
dependents Navy- age prior to entering (
and finding it have had at .
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men and Marines.In college or school. Post- w A
least one year of college. its 1967 annual report the graduate work is not included in
However, too many of today's Society revealed that Its Edu- this program..* L' :s14t&
youngsters are not able to attend cational Fund loaned over Parents are expected to furnishan
college simply because their $536,000. The average loan in appropriate share of college
families don't have the money to 1967 was $740 with a high of expenses in accordance with their
foot the bill. But there Is help $2,000 and a low of $200. income. Student applicants are _
for dependent children of Navy Those eligible for assistanceare expected to assist themselvesby y
and Marine personnel through the unmarried dependent children earning money to defray
Navy Relief Society. step children and legally part of their expenses. I't

The board of managers' of the adopted children of living or deceased Although the deadline for t I
Navy Relief Society establishedan personnel of: making applications for college
educational fund, in late 1964, The regular Navy and Ma- loans was March 15 this year,
for the purpose of lending moneyto rine Corp. applications will be consideredat
dependent sons and daughtersof The reserve components any time depending on the cir-
Navy and Marine Corps per- when on extended active duty. cumstances, according to Capt.S. .
sonnel for education after high The regular retired list,the E. Wright, base Navy Relief
school graduation at accredited Fleet Reserve and Fleet Marine officer. Those interested in APPOINTMENT -- Michael C. Joyner, selected for
F/2 colleges and vocational schools Force Reserve, retired reservIsts applying should write to the Navy the United States Naval Ac demy, is congratulated by Cdr.
and for preparatoryworkpriorto who are in receipt of Relief Society, 1030 Munitions J.R. Farrell, CO of VP-5, Michael's father, AVCM J. J.

}._ entrance to one of the state or retired or retainer pay after 20 Bldg., Washington, D. C. 20360. Joyner (L) looks on.
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distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Starion St. Edward's Chapel/
florida, by the Holt Puhlishln9 Company
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Day J Jacksonville submitted fot-use In the J I AX AIR
a private firm. All Copy BOX SUNDAY MASS9 a.m.
Office.
Public Affairs
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to
NEWS must be forwarded epub. and 11 a.m.
by 12:00 noon on Monday
2, NAS Jacksonville
Memorial Day May 30, is the day we set aside to honor Americanmen lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele DAILY MASS -11:30 a.m.
who have given their lives for their country. It Is a patrioticday phone 772 3118 or 311*). SATURDAY MASS 9am.

; it Is a day of reverence, and it was just 100 years ago ((1868)) the and queries CONFESSIONS5 p.m.
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Advertisements are solicited by 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. -
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Memorial Day a special day our history. such should be directed to: .
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mutual agreement military social histories obtained In PROTESTANTAll ,
'' srN authorities will not request and courts-martial cases are subjectto .N 1'1
the American Red Cross will not the following conditions: Saints Chapel ,

Investigate any fact or circum-
Reports are obtained only at
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charged, or that he may have general court-martial Junior Worship Service 10 a.m.
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social histories will be provided, courts-martial sentences. WEDNESDAY

however, in the following cases: Requests will be in writingand Senior Choir Rehearsal 7:30
4 For use by the reviewing for specificinformationonly. p.m. ,
authority after the courtmartialto The Red Cross will not THURSDAYYoung .
assist in deciding whether theserviceman's Adult Club 7 p.m.
report on prior criminality or on
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mitigated, or how the sentence Christian Science Service
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deny the alleged reasons for the .
For the use of military offense.
boards responsible for the periodic -
review of the cases of The prior written consent of
servicemen who have served a the prisoner must be obtained.
sufficient portion of their, sentences The Individual's family must TrafficViolations
to be entitled .-*:o con- have already been notified by the
military of the prisoner's status
sideration for restoration to active -
The Idea caught on. In 1868 Gen. John A. Logan, commander duty, reduction of a sentence and of the fact that the Red Cross
in chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, named May 30 as a discharge,or,home parole. report is being requested.

special day for honoring the graves of Union soldiers. For the use of medical officers Reports will not be given to
Years later an Englishman familiar with our history remarked,
in for the
making plans any person for use In the in-
to a U. S. serviceman: "The War between the States was the most rehabilitation of servicemen who dividual's trial. The following is a report of
terrible tragedy in your country's history. And yet, instead of are military prisoners. motor vehicle accidents and traf-
forgetting its terrible passions and bloodletting, you Americans Reports will not be a part fic violations for the period of
remember it all over again each year by observing Memorial Conditions of the Individual's official rec- May 7 through May 15.
Day." Home condition reports and ords. Number of Accidents

He was wrong, of course, In more ways than one. On May 30 This Week - - -4
when President Johnson, or his representative, places a wreath on Total Accidents this through
the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery he will -- / year
May 13 - - 124
his -- be American dead Chaplains MessageChaplain
by simple eloquent' gesture honoring our Number of Accidents through May
of all wars in the past 100 years. }. 1967-------- -15.5Total !
It is a day of tribute to the men who gave their lives not only at
Gettysburg or Manassas but on San Juan Hill, at Chateau Thierry, C. E. BartholomewA number of days since
on Omaha Beach, Korea and Vietnam. (AFPS) last Injury In a motor vehicle
middle aged wife and mother who had never tasted the white accident - - -37
meat of a chicken was once asked at a dinner party which she pre- Number of Violations
ferred, the white or the dark meat; and she threw her host into a This'Week - - -143
He Used To BeHe tizzy by saying she really didn't know. "You see," she told him Speeding - - -30
simply, "when I was a child my father carved the chicken. He'd Reckless Driving - -5
ask the adults which they preferred,and of course they said the white Going through Stop Sign -8
used to be a real "hurrywart! -- first one down the steps, meat. So I was always served the dark. Now I'm married and my Other Violations100
first one out of the station, first one through the intersection -- husband carves. He asks the children which they prefer and of course Fifty Two drivers appeared
but theres no rush now, he's got lots of time -- an eternity of time! they saythewhite. And so I've never tasted the white meat of a chicken. before the Traffic HearingBoard
He used to be a great grumbler. He griped about all the "stupid ." at, the meeting held on May 16.

drivers" he met. He griped about safety meetings with all the"dull I Such 1 is the case of imany families today. The tragedy is, spiritually Disposition of,the cases included
guff" he had to listen to. But there's no grumbling now. He's they are trying to live a life with their children that they the following: ,FIve, lost driving
. quiet. Real quiet I themselves l have/never; really tasted. Inotherwords, they are trying and parking; "privileges aboard

He used to be the superaggressive type -- bulled his way through, to make their homes, their children, their world Christian, without station for various periods;
pulled switches and pressed buttons without bothering to look or really knowing,what It means to be a Christian themselves.The 26 were assigned to complete an
think. But there's no blind motion now, no motion at all I IHe moral of this story is simply this: It's time we tasted Christianity eight hour course In remedial

used to be full of the nervous fidgets -- jittered,all.over ourselves before we mistakenly convince others what its like.. driving,, at NATTC 10 received
the' road, all through the base and all through the day. But there'sno suspensions; Nine were given
jittering now. He's calm. Real calm! warnings; 10 ,were dismissed;
11 were fined (U. S. Commis-
He used to be the absent minded kind. He forgot to look both ways, sioner); and Two referred to a
forgot to check the guard on his machine and forget to check his i:4T: commanding officer for possible
equipment.; But there's no forgetting now -- no rememberingeither disciplinary action. ThirtY-

six drivers were assessed 115
He used to be the chip on the shoulder type. He had all traffic points.
the answers. No safety supervisor could tell him what to do; __
he'd do it his way. But there's backtalk now -- no talk at all! 4c1 '
He used to be a real daredevil. He loved to risk his neck by Defensive driving Is the best ;
taking dangerous shortcuts. He got a real kick out of taking chances : way to stay alive on the crowded -
But there's no chance taking now -- no taking anything, not evena : :;; highways. Watch out for the
breath! : ; other guy.Page2 .
"He used to be ." is a sad story that will be written again, ;;t
and again and again. As long as we don't eliminate our serious

faults, there's an excellent chance that they will eliminate Us. FAIR W N R ANA!
Are you a "hurrywart Be late, John Doe -- not the LATE

John Doe. tlYf Sre i.Y



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I I Cecil Field Golf News 1 II



1 J Doole of VA 174 tied for that
Applications Available For
position.: Cards were matchedand
\ Jim won with his 5th hole
1 r Invitational TournamentApplications score. I He received $25.00 and
Don took the.third prize of $15.

are now availablefor open to all military and civilians.All Major Herb jSanford took fourth
this year's 16th Annual Men's those interested are urged to place honors and received a gift
;Ira iJL I Invitational Golf Championship.Bill get their applications in early. certificate for $5.00.
New Association officers were
Stott that the Cecil
reports
The deadline for entry Is June
Pro all elected during the two day event.
Shop sent applications to 10. For further information call
Maj. Sanford was elected Presi-
< the clubs in the Jacksonvillearea. Bill Stott at Extension 245.
lIe does expect a large dent for the upcoming year. The
+b return from these club Local Sw H Wine rest of this board are: Herb
golfers should get their applica- Flint, Vice President; Don
., tions in early to assure a spot Doole, Secretary/Treasurer;
1... .- in this year's Championships. W..kenel PI.y and Handicap Chairman, Marty
The tourney will be held June Manilla.f .
14, 15 and 16,at the station course Cecil -- Last weekend the !e
HAPPY LANDING CAKE. . LCdr. Richard C. Snyder, The Pro Am will be on Friday, Men's Golf Association hosteda
(left), VA-66 and squadron commanding officer Cdr.. E.M. Crow, June 14, and the Amateur tourney 36 hole tournament for its'
.prepare to slice cake during ceremony marking Mr. Snyder's on Saturday and SundayJune members. Fifty golfers playedin BuyBonds
600th A4 arrested carrier landing.Arrested. 15 and 16. what was termed one of the
The Pro Am tournament will best tournaments ever held at
600th use the point system for scoring Cecil Field. A little rain damp-
Landing and there will be four man teams. ened the course Sunday afternoon,
The entry"fee is $30 per team. but the sun was out for the rest
The Amateur tourney will bea of the tournament.
Logged By VA-66 PilotCecil Championship match throughthe Eighteen of the 36 holes were
seventh flight. This 18 hole played on Saturday and the remaining -
play will also be in foursomes. 18 on Sunday. After the GIANT SWAP MEETJAX
-- There's no such thing a base," he said. The Naval Entry fee for this tournament is competition Sunday the contest-
as a routine landing on a aircraft Academy graduate receivedhis ants enjoyed a buffet dinner cat- LARGEST FLEA
carrier. This is the way LCdr. wings in 1958 and since $12.Tee times will be announcedby ered by Sly's Restaurant. MARKET
Richard C. Snyder of Attack that time he has flown with Attack Bill Stott when all en- The top winner of the 36hole Come Buy, Sell or Browse-
Squadron Sixty Six felt after Squadrons One Twenty tries are compiled. event was Ralph Sewell,a Marine Thousands of Items.
making his 600th A4 arrested Five and One Ninety Five, Championship and Medalist here at Cecil. He received a Blanding Drive-In Theatre
carrier landing earlier this and was an instructor pilot with trophies will be awarded at the $50 gift certificate good at the Every Sat. 10 am 5:45: pm
month aboard the USS Intrepid.A Attack Squadrons Forty Three end of the three day event. Cecil Field Pro Shop. Sun. 12:305:45: pm
ten year veteran of flying and Forty Four, which trains This tournament is limited to The second spot found Jim 768 .. 7085 or 768 4793
the "Skyhawk." Mr. Snyder had fleet replacement pilots.A the first 128 entries and will be Donaldson of NAMTG and Don
passed the 600 arrested landing I
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mile post earlier, but seven of native of Easton, Penna.,
these landings were made in other Mr. Snyder is married to the ,
aircraft."I former Gallic J. LeBlanc of Port i
just like flying and:! ice Barre, La. The Synders cur- r iiYa '
cream. It doesn't matter whe- rently reside in Orange Park, r
ther it's from a carrier or from Fla. ( .



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Ask about the Uniformed Three Receive Air Force MedalsThe IBy
Savings Deposit Plan I and Views |
at
personnel office. your 679th: Radar Squadron Charles A. Hicks for meritorious NARTU News
Commander, Lt. Col. Francis B. service while stationed in the
Murphy, recently presented Communications Center at Nha Skip Fairfield
three awards at brief ceremony Trang Air Base, Vietnam duringthe Vietnam Service Medals and Michael, 19, will be entering
3 out of 5 I IOF held in his office. period October 1966 to September Naval Reserve Association Ad- his junior year at the Universityof
Two Air Force Commendations 1967. miral Richard L.Fowler Certificates South Florida this fall. He
Medals were presented. One to Also presented by Lt. Col. were presented to members has also attended the Universityof
OUR CAR TSgt. Kenneth Edmondson,his Murphy was an award to TSgt. NARTU's VR-741 during a cere- Illinois, and Florida Junior
first oak leaf cluster, for meri- Harry A. Renau. TSgt. Renau here Saturday.Cdr. College.
SALES ARE TO mony
orious service as NCOIC of received the Aerospace Defense J. T. Prucha, Jr., squadron Following graduation he will
Munitions Supply at Udorn Air Command's Certificate for out- C.O., presented the awards, be commissioned an ensign and
REPEATCUSTOMERSII Force Base, Thailand, during the standing educational achievementfor climaxing VR's two week training report to NAS Pensacola 1 for
period from December 1966 to completing approximately.14 cruise during which the flight training.
September 1967. Extension Course Institute cour- far * *
squadron flew missions as
!! The other Air Force Commen- ses and two USAF Institute west as Barber's Point. Hawaii; Captain Berton R.Otto NARTUCO
dation Medal went to Sgt. courses. St. presented a Certificate of
___nnpnnnn'"'" _______ !I."" ""'- ____ east to New York; north to to radio station
Louis, Mo.; and south to Miami, Appreciation
COME SEE WHY. Fla. vVAPE, Friday. Accepting the
AT MONEY Lt. James R. Barrow, main- certificate on behalf of the entire
Cash Monthly Months tenance officer said that the; staff at WAPE, was assistantnews
You Get Payment to Pay squadron posted more than 2,100 director, Dave Lawrence.
IN 1 DAY flight hours carrying passengersand Regular programming was Interrupted -
$ H4.+ JJ $ 5.00 24 cargo. to present the citation
The Vietnam Service Medal 1 live over the air at 1140.
.$25 to $600ARRANGED 2J9.27 13.00 24 was presented to 15 squadron The certificate was presentedto
ARMANDDUFRENE personnel for WESTPAC flightsto WAPE for it's contributionto
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27.51 25.00. 24 .. The Naval Reserve Associa- by giving valuable air timeas
tion Richard L. Fowler Award a public service.
500.51 20.00 24 was presented to 28 men, crew- JO3 Skip Fairfield can be
members and pilots, who whileon heard each Saturday morning at
BY PHONE 600.uc J 34.39 24 training cruises had made 7:00 over WAPE, 690.
; WESTPAC flights. ADRC R. M.
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Lists 11 New JobsMerit


promotion opportunities level 7 and below; MPB No. 83-
currently open for receipt of 67 Plan B All skilled posi- w k
applications are listed below.The tions pay level 8 and above. Areaof
area of consideration and closing consideration: NAS NARTU
date of each Is shown. COMFA tRJAX. Navy Commis-
MPB No. 79 76 Plan C sary Stores and Navy Recruit-
All semi skilled positions pay ing Station Jacksonville.
Applications for these posi-
tions will be accepted anytime
I Exam DateAmended I A separate application must be
filed for each position in which

interested. i-i --r-
MPB No. 158 67 Industrial 1 d' :
The Interagency Board of U.S. Engineer GS 5. 7, 9 and 11. .
Civil Service Examiners for Area of consideration: Nation- -1-s ao.saw -_L
Florida has issued an amendmentto wide. Applications will be accepted -
the examination for the positionof until the needs of the ser- COMPLETED COURSE-Capt. C.T. Faulders, Jr., NARF commanding officer awarded cer-
Machinist advising that the receipt vice are met and will be consid- tificates for satisfactory completion of the Basic Supervisory Course to (I to r) T.A. Darby

of applications for the position ered as received. senior production controllman (AMS), J.L. Dupree, foreman (leadingman AMS), G.I. Robinson,
was resumed May 14, for MPB No. 71 68 Dental Hygienist supervisory planner and estimator, D.C. Minton, plant layout supervisor and D.A. Scott supervisory -
GS 4 and 5. Area
employment in the Jacksonvillearea technician. W.L. foreman AEM 2nd also
only. Applicants will be of consideration: Nationwide. industrial engineering Kenyon, completedthe
accepted until further notice. Applications will be accepted training course but was not available for the photo.
through the close of business

Further information regardingthis Monday Memorial Day Services Announced by Local Group I
position may be obtained by MPB No. 72 68 Equipment
Office Specialist (Electronics), GS 9
calling the Employment
Donald F. Walsh Chairman of who their
ces are serving country Conclusion of the ceremonywill
907, Industrial Relations Area of consideration: Sixth
Building Memorial and Patriotic Holidays today, or who have done so in the be a reading of Requiem by
Phone Num- Naval District. Applicationswillbe
Department
has announced that Fleet Reserve
Dyer M. Burr president.
the close of past
ber 772 3448. accepted through past.The
Association Branch and Unit 126 memorial service will be a three volley salute from the
business Tuesday. will hold Memorial Day Servicesat supported by a Marine Corps Marine Corps firing squad anda
. MPB No. 74 68 Recreation Jacksonville Memory Gardens rifle squad and two Navy buglers rendition of Taps by the Navy
,1 Specialists (Arts and Crafts), 11 a.m. May ."30. from the Naval Air Technical buglers.
1 GS 7. Area of consideration: All members of the FRA their Training Center here.
Nationwide. Applications will be families and the public are invit-
accepted through the close of ed to participate in observanceof
business May 29. this occasion as a tribute to
1 1 MPB No. 93 68 Supply Clerk all servicemen of the artned for-

'MOTORS (Typist GS 5)). Area of con- U'iniMiuiimniiNiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiniiiiiiiiiHiiimniiintii iif I
sideration: NAS NARF, COM | SPACIOUS & PEACEFULMARSHALL.ACRES :3 II
1 1 FAIRJAX, NARTU. Navy Com- i I!i
missary Stores and Navy Recruiting -
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I t 9359 103rd St. Vg .
Station, Jacksonville. Jacksonville'.* newest & i iS K
will be moat modem mobile homeS r ,
1 1 Applications accepted
community Ie now open for
through the close of business your inspection. Large I I 3ecz4e4
............. 1 May 29.MPB. |g 44=ONLY.$35 PER MO. I

1 65 RAMBLER. $740 1 No. 91 68 Assistant 5 Swimming pool, tennis court,
American "330", Auto. Cook. Area of consideration: a shuffleboard court B-B-Q
1 1 3 pit picnic tables will be 1a
62 MERCURY. $740 NAS, NARF COMFAIRJAX, built for your enjoyment. 3
1 1 5 act call iI
today -
Commissary
1 Convertible, Sharp! 1 NARTU Navy EL VERANO MOTOR COURT
Stores Navy Recruiting Station Mr. F.S. Martin. Manager
62 $640 =
1 KARMANN. 1 will
Jacksonville. Applications I 359-2924 I
1 GHIA Coupe. 1 be accepted through the close of I for full details | a t4
OLDSMOBILE. $790 business Tuesday.
1 1 nmuuuumummuumuuuunauumnnuuuuemnteimmlAWESCONNETT '
1 Starfire, Coupe, Sharp! 1 / 1

1 61 VW SEDAN. $440 1
1 59 ENGLISH. $190 9 FURNITURE CO. 950

1 FORD 1
1 ........... 1 AIR CONDITIONERS >{
& APPLIANCES r rtM1 ON JUST YOUR NAME
Ii NEW : We Buy-Scli-Finance } NEW <5 USED TV SETS <

:/ ;; NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES -- ::: i imn
6566Normandy % :: NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITER:1/ ::: Whether you want a

1 Boulevard 1 11 Freight ; : .p.m. Easy Credit Terms :; $50, loan 'til payday. or \\
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: 781-4978 a larger amount to $600,

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for military men and women.

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Get 24 Month principal,all inttrttt and life
Inturonc protection at group
; ; $576.24 504.32 $34 30 rata on all loans over $30.
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I New Directive Issued by CNO Changes Sea Duty Tour

Washington, D.C. (Nav News) mitted to all naval personnel.It The changes apply to all per- News
--Effective Immediately, naval modifies Art. C-13402((5)d)( )of sonnel with unexecuted transfer Jax Marine
personnel serving on arduous or the Bureau of Personnel Manualto orders or directives to arduousor ,
preferred sea duty will be required the effect that personnel serv- preferred sea duty in force By Sgt. Bob Tipton' & f.
to serve a minimum of ing on arduous or preferred sea on the date of issue of the mes- GySgt. G.H. Duchesne ;
two years in such duty before duty will be authorized transferto sage.
transfer to the Fleet Reserve, the Fleet Reserve, provided Although individual cases will r Jax -- Six Marines checkedinto LCpl. James L. Sponheim arrived >1
according to a new directive Issued such personnel possess the obligated be considered, exemptions from MAD this month.Marine here Mav 10 from a three ,;;
by the Chief of Naval Op service, upon completionof the new policy will be granted month tour at Marine Barracks,
erations. This is being done "in two years in such duty but only in cases of bona fide hard- Newport, R.I. He has been assigned ,
the interest of fleet stability. in no event less than one yearon ships as set forth in Art. C- Wives to Legal as a clerk.
The CNO Msg.l92128zandBu- board their present duty sta 10308 of the Bureau of Personnel IstSgt. Henry A. Ulm Jr.,served ,
PersNote 1830, has been trans- tions.iliiniwinnitiuuuuil. Manual. Members of the Marine Wives with Service Company/8th En- i ;

a..II.IIIIIIHlllnltlllllllllllnllulll.lltlIIUWUnwl.ulln.1. illlllllinillulHlimiimillUIIIIIIIIIIIHHHIMMN iiiimniiiHininHiHitiinHiiiiiiiniMniitiiHiHiuNiiiHiiiiiHiii' / I iiii'1'iw' Club NAS, Jacksonville, held gineers, Force Troops'at Camp i,j ,1
-' __ i their monthly social meeting at LeJeune, N.C. before checking ,
1--P'/- ii Building 572 on Monday, May inhere May 8. He is presently '.
20, at 8 p.m. combining both serving as the first sergeantof .j
iI business and pleasure in their Marine Liaison, AO School. /;
i evening activities. SSgt. Orville D. Smith spent ;..
I Club president Mary Swartz nine months at Phu Bai with ,
You're Invited to our :.I opened the meeting with a prayer Marine Medium Helicopter ','
and presided during the election Squadron-164. He arrived May r
iii= of a new secretary Mrs. 7 and was assigned to AE School '. .;
28TH ANNIVERSARY George Trujillo; preliminaryplans as an instructor.
!! for a June dinner at the PFC. Melvin C. Bartholow !
i iI Blue Jackets Inn with husbands came here from the Personnel
invited, and a "white elephant" Administration School, Parris
SELL-A-BRATION .. iIi i sale which was part of the even- Island, 'S.C. He checked in May 7
; I ing entertainment.The and is presently serving in the :
date time, and guests for Personnel Office as a clerk. :.
.. .. i the party will be determined and PFC. Jack C. Freeman and 'i
a members notified by phone when PFC. Kerry M. Brown arrived I '
complete. May 6 from the Personnel Administration '
Announcements included a Na- School, and are also :;
TRAILERREGISTER ..
CAMPER
$1200 = val Hospital ward party to be working in the Personnel Office J
held at 6:30 p.m. June 18, and as clerks.
the fact, that there will be no "
TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY JUNE 1ST business meetings during the LtCol. A. E.Jamescommand- J;'
months of June, July and August, lug officer of MAD, held an as'J
NOW Nothing to buy. You do not '
sembly of troops and handed out
due leave and vacations
9 have to be prevent to win to most
= normally being scheduled dur- the following awards: I <:.
VISIT JACKSONVILLE'S OLDEST MOBILE HOME DEALER & SAVE! ing that time. -GySgt. Dudley J; Perez was r ,
Social meetings during the June presented a Meritorious Mast '" k
for performance of ,I;
outstanding l
Everything Special Priced through August period were ten- .
C During This Sale r tatively scheduled for the third duties as the Administration :;' :;1
E NTERTA := Monday ineachmonth,withmem- Chief of the Personnel Office. :.'I',::
MOBILE HOMES TRAVEL TRAILERS TRUCK CAMPERS INMENT1.l bers being told they would be -GySgt. Robert E. Mason was ,t::
by the notified of the exact time and presented the Navy Achievement .:' ;'"
I GRO date by phone. Medal for superior performance ,"
: BUTTS MOBILE HOMES INC. c'oNF B"G .. Members were told that their Vietnam.of ,his duties serving in .,''". J
recent bake sale was most suc- .tGySg. ;
Saturday_ 2 Ti10G cessful in bolstering the cltb .:. Robert Skinner and : ';;d
PM
I 6017 BLVD. 388-3578
ROOSEVELT Herbert W. Donahue
treasury and thanks were extended SSgt. were
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homemade goodies for the sale. Medal for Vietnam duty. ;

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SI gWUR W I[ I IAEI

b NATTC : Behind The Scene


By Tom Raker & June Goff

((8)) School graduated a swered 96 per cent of the 120 has been a (phase officer at AE
,tk record breaking class on May test questions.Cdr. ((8)) School. He will be detached -
+ 14. Class 747 included three Premo praised the Brazilians from the school in July. His
students from Brazil, one of ; for their participation in next duty station will be Cecil
r whom topped the all time high the exceptional class. He said Field, where he will be assigned -
scholastic grade. The class, by that the Brazilian Governmenthad to VA 72.Lieutenant .
attaining an average of 79.99, done an excellent job of Lemay resides at
broke the record set by a 1965 selecting them for school. Ac- 5452 Park St., Jacksonville, with
class. The new record was .28 companied by their families, the his wife and family.
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the left NATTC 101 101
above previous one. men on May 15) to
f Cdr. M. C. Premo,the school's report to Willow Grove, Pa., for DTI Delbert G. Musser retired -
training officer, gave the Brazilian further training. on May 15 after 22 years of
students their diplomas first. Thirteen American students naval service. A letter of ap-
They were CPO Florisvaldo M. received their diplomas in the preciation was presented to him
De Santanna POI Job F. Da second part of the graduation by Cdr W. J. Tutwiler, acting
Silva, and POI Edmilson A. De ceremony. The honorman was commanding officer. The letter
-- Menezes.Da AE1 Jan F. Mitchell, who had an praised Musser for his compelling -
MARKS-AEIB School's class 747 honormen stand
HIGHEST ( )
Silva had the
highest average 86.4 initiative, unwavering
with Cdr. M. C. Premo, the school's training officer. POI I average.The
ever attained by a student entire class was com- devotion, and the superior man-
Job F. Da Silva (L) one of the three Brazilians in the class, graduating from AEI (B) School, mended by Cdr. Premo for its ner In which he carried out his
set a scholastic record with his average of 91.42. AEI I JanF. He was foreign honorman with a outstanding achievement. assignments.
Mitchell (R) was American honorman. 91.42 average. He correctly an- During the 27 months Musserwas
------------------- ---------------------'----"----- Eugene E. Lemay was assigned to the Dental Department -
............... .................................... promo-
ted to lieutenant on May 14. Cdr.J. at NATTC,his concerted -
G. Ballou, NATTC XO, offi- efforts were cited as being
ciated at the brief ceremony in directly responsible for maintaining -
the Captain's Office. a hi ,h standard of working
1 Schools i Since July 1965, Lt. Lemay efficiency in the dental clinic.
After several weeks of trainingat
the home office of Monarch
[ Marking System in Dayton, Ohio,
< l5a gtlanin Musser will be a service repre-
sentative for that firm in this
1 i ( area.

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NATTC's pricision drill team,
Niblick the Jaxon Lancers, were well received -
Juan
In Albany, Ga., at thatcity's
Phone 384 4406I annual Armed Forces Day
i i Parade held on May 18.
Soon I I, 2 & 3 Bedrooms
.Garden 'r>'pc Apartments The Lancers joined NAS Albany
N with (ountry Club in their representation In the par-
;\tnti>spftcrc ade.
S Kitchens equipped! with GERamies
t It= Kefriqerators NATTC's Color Guard parti-
eNV Individual Air Conditioning' cipated in the 46th annual Civitan
and lleatfmt by d j.- C Convention May 17. '.
.. e Drapes fur"lshedall .. The convention was held in the
'e \\ to 'Mallorpetfn( << !(l.- Robert Meyer Hotel, with
approximately -
Larne .Su'immina' Pool
600 people attend
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.. .N Summer Coffee League

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STARTS 9 A.M. KAY 30T.H
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RETIRED. & 0. W. WIDOWS INVITED

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: better way of life in BELLAffie// Properly Planned Community I N Periods, oTperob/Orel

j Your children can walk to a modern, accredited, elementary school next fall- /, and .. BEFORE YOU

all year 'round you'll enjoy the convenience/ of a civic center, shopping center, Nand BORROWCO

: church in the development : Check. compare. know what you pay!
Then get your loan the BENEFICIAL way!
N Get up to $600 take up to 24 months to
: Choose your home design (spacious or compact), pick your wooded lot, : repay! Just phone get cash in visit to
N and get these other nice things like sidewalks, street lights, curbing, j the office. .or drop in today/
Get that BIG O.K. at Beneficial!
: gutters and storm sewers FREEHAnd !! e
Loans up to $600 on Furniture Car or Note

: all/ this only minutes from the Naval Air Stations! VA and FHA terms, : JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance.Co. of Jacksonville
5635 Roosevelt Blvd., Venetia
Village Ctr.
Shop.
.. too. When schools OUT, see BELLA/// .and you'll move IN. (Next to Winn Dixie) . . . . .Ph: 388-9374

Clay County's Only Completely PLANNED COMMUNITY// NN 5059 Normandy Blvd. . . . . .Ph: 384-4595
4 other Beneficial' offices serve the Jacksonville Area
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MoviesMovies Club Schedules

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will be shown HAS .Section
J AX *
nightlyat ACEY DUCEY CLUB' -- Tomorrow ..
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the VAS Jax t Theatre at 7:30 BLUEJACKETS INN -- The the club will host a-special ::;t::: :::.':::::::;:::;:::;::;:.i::::::::..::;:fi::: ;;::;': ::::...: :::::::1:::::::::;:::::::::::::::::;:;:::::::::::;:::::; :;::::::::;;:::::::;::: :::
p.m. There will also be Kiddie Rush Hour i is: on hand tonight. "Roaring Twenties" party,
Matinee at 2 Saturdays and
p.m. The UFO's will entertain tomorrow no admission charge and no res-
a regular feature at 2 p.m., e\ening. Saturday Sunday ervations are necessary. Mark Axis should, be moiled: tc: the Holt Publishing Company,
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- afternoons will feature the Rush Castle: will provide the music 1950 Bldnding Bled Jacksonville, Florida 32210 to arrive
pital Theatre will have one nightly Hour. and favors and door prizes will not lattt than Tuesday for publicaticn the ,following Thurs-
Saturday
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field evening Phil Cay day. Add arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
will be handed out. Saturday will fea-
provide the beat and: Sunday foll lL'inf' week unless the publisher 'is instructed other
have shows
will two nightly dur-
night the Nu Sounds will appear. ture Sam Laster and the Con- wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
ing the week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. The federates. Sunday the Five Clubs
Camelots will be taking over be received WITH the copy for the ad
Matinees will be shown on week- the spotlight Monday.' Tuesdaythe : will be providing the: beat. Happy -
2 and 5 .
ends at p.m.THURSDAY Rush: Hour will make their Hour is'held Monday through DO NOT SEND CASH '

May 23 return appearance and Wednes- Wednesday from 4:30 to 6:30 RATE: Minimum charg. ((3 lines). . . . .2.00
NAS "THE WILD ANGELS" day the UFO will entertain. Hap p.m. Game night is Sunday at P.r additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.50
py Hour is held Monday through 6 p.m. -- shorts, slacks, and
starring Peter Fonda and Nancy Friday from 5 to 6 p.tu.,and the culots NOT permitted. The clubis
Sinatra. Rating Good.((96 min.
) Nu Sounds in the evening. The under new management and
HOSPITAL: "BILLION DOL- three go-go girls will be appearing has changed the menu to the
LAR BRAIN" starring Michael in'the afternoons from 3 following: Today veal cutlets, STEREO/RADIO COMBINATION DELRAY MANOR 110th &
Caine and Karl Malden. Rating to 6 p.m. and each evening 750 or weiners and sauerkraut, SOLID STATE radio 4 speed Karen St. New all brick homes,
Very Good. ((116 min.) "0" CLUB u Enjoy the beef- 50 ; tomorrow -- tuna casser- fully automatic intermix stereo AC Low 20's. Building Lots
C. FIELD: "THE YOUNG eater's buffet today from 6 to ole, 650 or shrimp basket, 950; changer with automatic cut off Available. Floyd White, Bldr.
AMERICANS" starring the 9 p.m. Happy Hour tomorrow Saturday spaghetti, (all you and dual sapphire needles. 2 7715643.
Young Americans. Rating Ex and Saturday held from 3:30 to can eat) 500; rib-eye steak din- months old. Pay balance of $69,
cellent. ((112 min.) 6 p.m. will feature a Champagne ner, $1.50; Sunday buffet (all or $8.50 per month. Phone "REAL ESTATE: We will help
FRIDAY 24 Special. Tomorrow's: entertainment you can eat), $1.25; Monday- 353-1946, ask for Credit Mana- you Buy, Sell or Invest." ",
May
features Charlie Jay meat loaf o'r chickon and dumplings : ger. Will deliver, without obli Bowen Real Estate, Realtor
NAS: "JUNGLE BOOK" Ani- and Saturday's will be Johnny 750; and Wednesday buf- gation. A-1 MUSIC CENTER 1606 USN Retired 384 1376 ,:

mated Cartoon. Rating Ex- Jelinek. Stars and bars will be fet (all you can eat), $1.25. The Main St. J ax. Fla.LAKE .
cellent. ((86 min.) held Saturday from 5:30 to 8 Club will be closed Tuesday and DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
HOSPITAL: "THE WILD AN- p.m. "Shrimp a'Peel" will be Thursday. LOTS JOCKEY?? For Information call:
GELS" starring Peter Fonda and the big. treat for Tuesday with a CANDLELIGHT -- The restau- Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. 356 8351, Day or Night.
Nancy Sinatra. Rating Good. 1$ sale at the main brace of rant will be open from 11 a.m. Terms. Call Owner 387-7379.
((98 min). the bar. until midnight tomorrow and!Saturday JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1

C. FIELD: "BILLION DOL- CPO CLUB Pizzas go for and from 11 a.m. until FOR RENT 2BR HOUSE, FURN. Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean .
LAR BRAIN" starring Michael 75)# today. The Bud Clark Combo : 10 p.m. Sunday. Charlie Jay will Orange Park,temp.or'permanent modern trailers & Apts. 389-
Caine and Karl Maiden. Rating-. will entertain tomorrow eve- provide the musical entertain- Qtrs. Will rent to bachelors. 3007.
Very Good. ((116 min.) ning. Try the seafood special for ment from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. 264-6884
tomorrow and FrankLorenseandHis FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
SATURDAY, May 25 $1.25. The Moonlighters will be
;
under the spotlight Saturdayeve- Band will be on hand from ZIG ZAG FOR $40 Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
NAS: "HOW TO STUFF A ninsz. 7:30 to 11:30, Saturday. SEWING MACHINE Original FHA resales $50 & $100 dWn.

WILD BIKINI" starring Annette Guarantee, Zig Zags, makes buttonholes Call Powell or Mills, USN
Funicello and Dwayne HIchman. sews onbuttonsdecorative Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
Rating Good. ((101 min.) designs, Monograms, etc. Realty.

HOSPITAL: "JUNGLE BOOK"Animated Just pay balance $40 at ,$8 per
Cartoon. Rating Ex month. Phone 353-1946 anytime. GETTING MARRIED
cellent. ((86 min.) VISITCLAUDE Will deliver, no obligation. A-l Wedding Pictures Taken, Best
C. FIELD: "THE WILD AN Sewing Machine Co.: 1606 Deal around. Phone 2642140.
GELS" starring Peter Fonda and Main St.WILMAR.
J Sinatra. Rating Good.
ancy
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER
((98 min) I NOLAN APARTMENTS
Near Remington Lightweight good con-
SUNDAY, May 26 NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900 dition. Has balance of $34 or

" : NAS: "SMASHING; TIME"starring blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and pay $7 per month. 1606 MainSt.
CADILLAC & PONTIAC Unf All 2BR, Phone 353-1946.
Rita Tushingham and urn. Apts. new paint, or Will
Lynn Redgrave. Rating Very MAIN AT ORANGE LR, Kit Furn, Nook, Park 2- deliver without obligation.
& &
garbage
water
cars sewage
Good. ((104 min.)
OPEN MON THRU SAT UNTIL 8 PM incl. only $85 mo for unfurn. HOUSE FOR SALE HUNTING-
Call 387-2541, nites and week- TON 3Bedrooms,2BathsCentral -
ends Call 389-0744. Air & Heat. Enclosed court-

PHONE EL 3-3922- COLLINS RD. and WALDEN yard, dead end street. Ad-
HONDA
82'x302' Mobile Home sites. dress: 6807 Rojo Court: Jax.,

Rock well, septic tank,light pole, Fla. 32210 Telephone number
MONTESA culvert. $295down,$31 mo.Closeto : 771 3999.

Cecil and Jax, Sheffield Real-
62 CHEVY II NOVA STATION
MOTORCYCLES tors, 1002 Prudential Bldg.,
359-2209. WAGON For Sale with Radio,
Heater, Tinted Windshield,
'lt 1966 4-DR. RAMBLER Powerglide. Nice Car. De-
AMERICAN STATION WAGON. pendable. $395. NearBase.3882303. -,

): J NEED Air, automatic trans., radio & .
heater, clean. Call Mr. Madison
Credit Union 389-5941 during SERVICEMAN (E5)) DESIRES
MOTORS and .&i, .
days or call Mrs. Pocher eve- Respectable young man to share
nings, 771-0508. one bedroom home in San Juan.
CYCLES CO. CASH? $55 mo. Phone 384 6754

See Honda's Hot "350" 1, THE FISH ARE BITING I after 7 PM.
1/2 ACRE CAMP SITES-River &
4949 BlandingPH fishing rights, only 1 1/2 hrs. HAVE LISTINGS FOR SEVERAL
from Jax by X-way, $50 dn. Privately Owned Cars
771-8244 $10 mo. Sheffield Realtors, 768 3618

i, 359-2209' ,1002 Prudential Bldg.
HEAD START .

TRUMPET FOR SALE -CLEVE- Summer School Kindergarten ,
June 10 30
i August
LAND Cornet Perfect Condition
171 tierythDewnewnfl'I / Venetia Terrace Baptist Church
$70. Firm. Ph. 772 2585.)
fl'I' i n Starts For Information Call: 771 7514
\ FRIDAY! -GUITAR LESSONS- or 771 8111.

Get any amount, large or small, Enroll now for summer course.
384-4718. o FOR THE PERSONAL TOUCH

2 BOLD BIG!!! up to $600. $50 cost only $1.50for MIDDLEBURG that making won't your be gifts forgotten.now for Start June


ADVENTURESS on wheels, water 30 days. On a loan of $500.55 WATERFRONT Weddings Father's ,Day.Graduations Beginners,Classes and-

and whlfkeyl repay only $29 per month. At prices you can afford to Wednesday night. Priscilla's
pay. These lots are rightin Ceramics 771-7036.
I EXAMPLES, OF Middleburg on the No.
JI ill illI We provide prompt service to REPAVMIHjSmilitary Fork of Black Creek and GOODNESS SAKE
a. Save time
I personnel. are excellent for fishing, Don't give your MOBILE HOME
Phone C ih You Monthly
when need money.
you P. .nt boating & skiing. Improved !! cash for
first,then stop by to complete Get ym away Top. price paid
; I' III I9I' I\ your loan. Try us you'lllike $101.02 f 6.00 with paving I curbs used mobile homes or top tradein. -
I \ us. We're the most help & gutters, storm drains & St. John's Mobile Homes -
,!' t -plus-. ful loan peoole you'll find 202.05 12.00 a complete purified water 384 5584.
I anywhere. 286.23 17.00 system. Prices start at
From Stock Car
409.53 24.00 $3,450 10 yrs. to pay. FOUR MILITARY MEN
to Grand Prix Aetna Finance Co. 500.55 29.00 Go Blanding Blvd. to MainSt. w/cars, needed for evening work.

A Financial Service of ITT 600.00i39 Sign points arrow to Up to $1.75 per hour to start.
(heard on 24 Mot) property. H. A. Lundblom, Call Mr. Boyd, 388-3948 after
VISIT YOUR NEARBY AETNA OFFICE salesman to be there 5:30 p.m. Mon-Frl. for full par-
Sunday 2:30: to 5:30 p.m. ticulars.
5551 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE: 387 1692 .
PYATT I
46 W. Duval-355-7543 or 8006 Lent Turner Rd-768-0501 I 66 VW LIKE NEW COMP-

MIMSY FARMER COMPANY, INC.Rellateed LETELY Re Built Eng., Radio,
'FABIAN' Aetna Brokers Real Estate Heater, New Carpet 771 1629
The good word for a loan is Ph. 733-8872 or 3SS-2222. or 781 8684 After 5.

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10 ,'- :h\X 'AIR' NEWS/APTERBURNER May 23."1968


-. Career TalkWith


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Chief Blackburn

t-
PROJECT TRANSITION

a Guiding honorably discharged:::;
servicemen, and retiring person-
nel Into civilian employments i ia is
concern shared by the Presi-
,
"
dent.The
most concerned of all, of
course::: is the serviceman himself -
He wants to know what civilian !-
3 jobs are available to him.
However, due to space limita-
tions, we'll run briefly through t W r '" a

_._._.. ____m__ how Project Transistlon is set- ra

CECIL--ADJC Jacob W. Waters has become the first man in up.Personnel due to be released
VA-87 to reenlist since the recent commissioning of the A7 from active duty, to the Fleet
squadron. Issuing the oath of enlistment was Cdr. Thomas E. Reserve, or retiring, will be -

Dunlop, squadron commanding officer, Chief Waters, a veteran scheduled for an interview six FUTURE PILOTS OR MAINTENANCEMEN . Fourth
of over twenty years Naval service and "Plank Owner" in months prior to release or re- grade students from Normandy Elementary School gather aroundone
the is the Control Division Chief. tirement.
squadron, Quality
Several factors will effect the of VA-46 "Skyhawks"during tour of squadron.
amount or type of formal train-
ing that will be received bytran-
sistion trainees. A priority sys- 'Clansmen Host 4th Graders
kMWY1 tem has been established to I
screen those most in need of
formal training. Preference. will CECIL -- The "Clansmen" of watched the squadron send outa
LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE be given to men who: Attack Squadron Forty six were launch of airplanes.
((1)) Were disabled In combat host last week at a fourth grade Using a member of the classas
3909 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 771-3385 operations. class from Normandy Elemen- a model,Mr. Saul demonstrated -
((2)) Are NOT ELIGIBLE to re- tary School # 204. t This tour was the flight gear which pilotsare
enlist. planned to acquaint the class wearing in Vietnam. The
LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS. ((3)) Entered the service withno with one of the airplanes the high point of the tour came when
civilian skill and did not acquire Navy has flying from this air each member was given a chanceto
skill which station and from aircraft car- sit in the cockpit and pretendhe
MIXED/ DRINKS FOR a military may
be related to a civilian occupa- riers. was flying. Some future Naval -
tion. Cdr. Jack F. O'Hara, squadron Aviators may have been born
Half PriceLADIES ((4)) Have a civilian related commanding officer, wel- that day.VA66.
'comed the class aboard and
skill and desire to up grade gave
ONLY this skill. them a brief summary of their !
Personnel who do desire toen- planned tour. Lt. Saul, squadron Helps
DANCING EVERY NIGHT Y p ter into this program must remember public affairs officer, explained I
DRIVE-IN SERVICE we still are obligated to the different procedures that Local Youth
the Navy, and in some instances, were taking place while they ,
your squadron or department may Attend !
CASE LOTS at not be able to let you off to attend Camp
a formal type of schooling. Cecil -- Because of thought- !
.. Personnel desiring official CanYouTAKE fulness of Attack Squadron Sbcty- I
WHOLESALE PRICES guidelines concerning this pro- Six and a Navy Lieutenant, a deserving -
1 ject can find them in BuPers YOUR CAR Jacksonville youth will be I
Instr. 1510.10. Paragraphs ID WITH YOU? attending YMCA camp this year.
1 I
and 2. For Financing' and Insurance Due to various family problemsit
r Stateside' and Overseas Call looked as if Robert Burt woule
DYER M. BURR not be able to attend Camp Im-
mokalee with his friends. Lt.
\:1::::::. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES John Watkins; got wind of Robert's
,.......:.........:.:.:.:.<<-:..... ......:........ FINANCE CORPORATION problem and summoned help from
and the "Waldos" of VA 66, which
,':':'':':"" "'<<"" ... INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
::... were unanimous, thus enablingthe
INSURANCE
I COMPANY boy to join his friends when
5615 Timuquana Rd. 771-0527
time this
camp comes summer.

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62 VW SEDAN . . . .. . $850

63 VW SEDAN. . . ., :.,., . $950

;t 64 VW SEDAN . . .1. .: . .$1000

65 VW SEDAN . . . .. . .$1200

66 VW SEDAN . . : . .$1400

(: 66 VW SEDAN Air,Cond.. . .". ..J. ... .$1690 i

....... 67 VW SEDAN . . . '. ..; . .$1650

67 VW SEDAN Air Condo . .. . . $1895 I
Bugged by bills?
66 VW KARMANN GHIA CPE. . . $1675
66 VW SQUAREBACK Air Condo . . $2000
Charge down to Seaboard for a loan. Seaboard i
spe- 65 VW SQUAREBACK. . . . $1400
cializes in renting money to Navy personnel. For high 67 VW DLX Station Wagon. . . $2150 i i
priority service, telephone for a personal (and top 67 MUSTANG v/s /c. S2395

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3 Convenient offices In Jacksonville located at:

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I .May 23'/1968 1 JAX

Marine Pistol Team I


?.}:}i ..h s. 17417h ws.vv Sh ?.l ss ih h4sv 'Rounds' Out On TOD.

.4 S \}. \ \ Sks Jax -- The Marine Air De- Rounding out the day's event,
10.1:4kv.7C: :;ii:{; s 4 ht\ tacliment pistol team took up Maurer wrapped up first place in
honors in four events at the Jacksonville the grand aggregate firing 2548
Gun Club 2700 Pistol out of a possible 2700 points
The Strikers of Aircraft Maintenance picked up 300 points anda Match Sunday.In while Kinnel took second place
chance for 1000 points toward the coveted Ironman trophy by the .22 calibre event, Gy- with 2437.
taking the American League intramural bowling title Monday night, Sgt. JohnK. Maurerhit28 "bull's
ending their season's play with 43 17. eyes" and came up with 849 Organizational Meetings
Cloak & Daggers and Crash & Fire are tied for second place in out of a possible 900 pointsto Jax -- An intramural track and
the American League with 42 18 records and will compete in a V take first place. GySgt. Richard field organizational meeting will
roll off to break the tie. ,. A., ,+ R. Kinnel scored 843 be held Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.
The top two teams in each of the four leagues will compete in a rr points for second place. in the NAS Gym, Bldg. 3. The
roll off in about two weeks to decide the Intramural champion -_ Maurer and Kinnel also took first track and field meet is
the maximum number of points which can be picked up toward the first and second places respecti- scheduled for June 5.
Ironman trophy is 1,000 and the'minimum is 250. vely in the center fire, .45 .
The three other leagues will end their regular season play within a calibre and grand aggregate
the next two weeks with the roll off to Immediately follow. Belowis events. In the center fire match, An intramural swim organi-
a list of the current standings. Maurer scored 843 while Kinnel zational meeting will be held
hit 806. June 12 at 9:30 a.m. at the NAS
American Continental In the .45 calibre bout, Maurer Gym, with the first swim meet
chalked up 856 and Kinnel of the season scheduled for June
Strikers 43 17 tARTD ill 37 11' : shot 788. 19.Bob's .
Cloak & 42 18 36.5 11.5 '
Daggers -
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Crash & Fire 42 18 Rip Cords 30 18
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Hunters 38 22 679th _28 20
X Impulses 36 24 Electrons 27 25 Oak Hill
Neptune 36 24 Cadences # 1 24 24
Falcons 25 27 Mad Foxes # 2 24 24 Af.t't> Pure Service CenterOpen
Red Darters $ 1 28 32 Greenbacks 23 25
Cannon Cockers::; 28 32 Chokers 22 26
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
Flap Jax r. 28 32 White fiats 22 26
Trainers 26 34 Unstrikeables 23.5 28.5 FLOWER DISPLAY Model
Gold ',1: 23 37 Pro's 19 29 wearing flowers is Elizabeth road service pick up & delivery ,
Jordan who recently made her
Nomads 23' 37 Eagles 15 33
Cadeuces # 2 22 38 AOMD # 1 9 39 debut as Playmate of the mechanic OH duty American & Foreign Cars
Mad Foxes "A" 15.5 36.5 Month. The part-Cherokee Missis
an avid equestrienne.
NationalAtlantic 103rd & Jammes Road

7719156 Jacksonville. Florida
AOMD,2 38 14 THE
Uncles 33 19 CPO's (Flq) 35 17
Spoilers 32 20 Sky Warriors 33 19 WMMCK<
Red Darters # 2 '31 21 Outcasts 28 20 Need money
Chief's (VW 4)) 26 22 Foggy Five 29.5 22.,5 4TERRACE
Hurricanes 26 22 Chiefs (NARTU) 29.5 22.5 .
Handicaps 28 24 Faid Folks 28 24 .... San Juan for a leave?
BB Balls 28 24 Molar Rollers 28 24 c
at Niblick
Supply 28.5 27.5 Tipplers 28 24
Bean Burners 26 26 Pin Kings 26 26.. See HFC.
CPO's (VP 30)) 25.5 26.5 Red Darters # 3 22 '26 (I arJt'1I Li': J IK'drooms Type pCJrtllC'IIU

Leftovers 25 27 Hard Hats 23 29 u'uh i (">un r\' ("wh( >
Chargers 24 28 Hurricanes 23 29 acmosnctrc.S ".,','
BB Stackers 20.5 31.5 Blue .18. 30. hrlclrcnscgytpccJ inih;!. (i L .. .
Tar Babies 18 34 MARTD #2 10 42 Konqo' i; Uc'Jrah'hIlIHCJ"dU'ldlw : + r
AFEES 16.5 35.5 Pin Teasers 9 39 ? A.r (-lilIMII"1!
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Major League Statistics Show Hicks Pitches FirstNoFlitter


Importance of Clutch Pitching of Season

By Bud GoodeIt

takes one run to win a baseball game. And clutch pitching,
defined as the percentage of opponent's base runners who score, Jax -- Charles Hicks of the Last week's action saw FI -
is the most important pitching factor accounting for 95 per cent cf 679th Radar Squadron pitched the CEUR pick up two games downingAir
a team's earned run average. first no hitter of the 1968 intra- Operations 4 2 and shut-
Here are the clutch pitching percentages for the Americanand mural Softball season Monday ting out Marine Barracks 6-0;
National League teams through April 23, as compared to the night as 679th shut out NARF VP 16 took two games beat-
Admin 8-1, and dropping
same time period last season: 14-0. ing
Hicks has played Softball for NARTU 10 4; MARTD pickedup
National 1968 1967 American 1968 1967 about 20 years but has not always two games edging the Gems
New York Mets .172 .310 Baltimore .204 .299 pitched. This was his second 9 7 and clipping Admin. 9-8.
Dodgers .241 .286. Detroit .217 .303 no hitter; his first was in 1960. In other games last week,
St. Louis .246 .282 Washington .233 .302 He reported aboard three weeks VP 45 shut out NARTU 1- 0;
San Francisco .252 .274 Boston .242 .298 ago and this was his first full VW 4 got by Aircraft Main-
Pittsburgh .275 .303 Chicago .267 .240 game to pitch here. tenance 16 10; Supply dropped
Atlanta .286 .298 Minnesota .274 .280 In another high scoring game Medical 7-4; Weapons blanked -
Cincinnati .307 .265 Oakland .280 .317 staged Monday night Weapons 679th 7-0; COMFAIRJAX
Houston .308 .328 Cleveland .294 .288 soundly defeated Medical 13'- 2 defeated NARF 16 7;VW 4
Philadelphia .322 .281 New York .320 .284 behind the pitching Sandy Coop- stopped Marine Barracks 1710
Chicago .429 .304 California .375 .279 ere Cooper struck out 10 men and Gems edged Aircraft Main-
< and allowed only two hits. tenance 86.Education .
Baltimore and Detroit are the most improved teams in the American -. In other Monday night contests . .
League. On the opening day of the season it looked as if Detroit VP 30 10-9
edged Supply
would be a walkaway winner in the American League if pitching coach ....... .... VAP 62 got by VP 5 6 2 is the of key that opens.
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Johnny Sain could continue to improve his staff this year as much as and COMFAIRJAX trounced Fleet the golden opportunity.See
last. The early evidence is certainly in the Tiger's favor. NO-HITTER Charles"Hicks Air Wing -1112-2. your Education Officer.
The California White Sox and Yankee ball clubs have lost the most of the 679th Radar Squadron
in clutch pitching this season compared with'67. Although the seasonis pitched first no hitter of
young, it is probably already too late for the Sox to win. With intramural Softball season
their pitching weaker and their newly purchased batters still
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