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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official I expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any ,military department of the products or services advertised.

.VOL. 26 NO. 10 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE/ FLORIDA MAY 31 1968




Navy Seeks Enlisted VolunteersFor





N : General, Special. Viet Duty.

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The Chief of Naval Personnelis tic response to previous calls Total exemption of all wages
soliciting the Navy's enlisted for volunteers has been most from, income taxation.
IIi i ranks for Vietnam volunteers. gratifying. Now,additional volun- Field advancement. (Only for
S Volunteers are needed for in-. teers are desired to provide re- certain personnel assigned in-
I ,country Vietnam duty, for non- liefs on a continuing basis for country). '
rotated ships in waters off Viet- those personnel who are pres- Award of the Vietnam Ser
nam and for duty as Patrol Boat ently and will be serving In this of Viet-
vice Medal and Republic
... River (PBR) captains.The important, challenging, and rewarding nam Campaign Medal with de-
,, Bureau of Personnel notice duty," the notice went
vice.
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asking for volunteers stated on to say.Benefits.
,<,, : ,> '.Ij., that in the past three years, the for EM's assigned to Special nonchargeable 30-day +
Y' ,:,\.j u<, t Navy's Vietnam commitment has duty in Vietnam or on non-ro- leave and free transportation to
., I" risen from strictly "advisor" tated ships were listed as follows and from any place in the Free
; .' .i personnel to more than 25,000 : World, upon agreement to extend
.
: men engaged in support and offen Hostile fire pay for each Vietnam tour by six or more

: -' sive operations. Theenthusiasthe month or part thereof. months.
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"J Ten per cent interest on
""" '. savings deposits.
Marine Flier Assumes
Free letter mailing and Increased -
1. customs privileges.

REtitI# Command of Jax Unit Transportation of dependentsand
5555._ household goods to any location
In the continental United
Lt. Col. John M.Rappassumed c.oionel Ohlgren served as executive States j and with approval to Puerto -
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S'J' .'.,., 55,, ,,..,..:, command of the Marine Air Re- officer of the local Ma- Rico, Alaska, Hawaii, or any
fi"f. -. '" < ','J t serve Training Detachment here rine Air Reserve Unit for 18 territory or possession.Volunteers .

WELCOME HOME-LCdr G.T. McKenzie is greeted by his during ceremonies Tuesday. lie months before moving up to the in pay grades E-2
i" family on his return with the VP-16 Eagles after a four-month relieved Lt. Col. A.S. Ohlgren. top position. He has been ordered -, and, above, including,designated:
S deployment to the Mediterranean. Greeting him are his wife Before the change of command to Fleet Marine Force Atlantic strikers, are sought for duty in
lii '"' and daughter Shelly and two sons Chuck and Tommy. Another ceremony, GySgt.Hillary L.Wat- at NorfolkVa.-_ Vietnam or on non-rotated shipsin

r. daughter, Mauren, is behindPinecastle'sCSl Mrs!< jcKenzie ,,. ,- son was decorated with' the Navy Colonel Rapp enlisted in 4953"the 'the: following 'ratlngs:"- BM,
Marine
. Commendation Medal' for meri- Corps In January QM. SM, 'RD;; ''GMG and ET.
torious service for duty in Viet- and 'was commissioned a second .
Murray nam. lieutenant in May of that year. Also, RM YN, PC, PN, SK,
The citation accompanying the He attended Officer's Basic DK, SH, CYN. DP, CS, MM,
medal read in part, "During School at Quantico, Va., Flight EM, EN, DC, SF, EA, CE, EO.
Picked May ServicemanCommissaryman his tour, Gunnery Sergeant Watson -; School at Pensacola, Fla., and CM, BU, UT, SW, DT and HM. ,
Advanced Flight School Trainingat "
performed his demanding Volunteers In pay grades E-6 '
First Class For his achievements CSl, duties with exemplary skill and Corpus Christ, Tex., and and E-7 are needed to fill billets -
Donald A. Murray has been selected Murray was awarded a $10 gift resourcefulness as he super- was designated a naval aviator in with the PBR forces. First
as Serviceman of the Month certificate to the Candlelight vised the loading of 5,930 tons of 1955. Since that time he has Class PO's will be assigned as
for May for "his loyalty and Restaurant, bytheNavy Exchange ordnance upon 15 air craft assigned served at many Marine Corps'bases boat captains while chiefs will
outstanding professionalism." and a trip for he and his familyto to his squadron. He consist- turoughout the world. be assigned as watch officers or
In a letter of nomination, Cdr. St. Augustine, sponsored by ently managed his section efficiently The new commanding officer staff seamanship advisors. PBR
Edgar L. McNett, base Weapons the USO. so that not one sched- reported here from Marine Air volunteers are needed from the
officer, stated: He lives with his wife, Peggy, uled sortie was canceled due to Base Squadron 31, Marine Air BM, RD, QM, SM, TM GMG, ,
"Petty Officer Murray is assigned and .their two children at 10166 the ordnanceshop.Sergeant Wat- Group 31, at Beaufort S. c., MN, ABH, ABE and ABF rat-
to the Pinecastle Elec- 103rd St., Jacksonville. son contributed' significantly to where he was the squadron commanding I ings.
tronic Warfare Range, a remote Others nominated for the the accomplishment of his unit's officer. a
and isolated area located in the monthly award were AK3 DonaldE. mission and- upheld the finest The colonel, his wife' Dorothy,' The station's personnel office I
Ocala National Forest. In par- Ward and ATI Thomas P. traditions of the Marine and their three children will reside will assist volunteers in filling
ticular, he has operated a small Johnson. Corps...." in base housing. out the necessary forms.
galley designed to accommodate
16 personnel and has been serv- Rework Officer's Book Tells 'Inspiring' Story
ing in excess'' of 80 men under J J1Iy ,
extreme and difficult conditionsfor .
the past nine months. Chuck Schrdyer critical weeks following1 the Apollo program. He continues World War II hero Jimmy H.' ;
t "Murray has demonstrated exceptional crash, Commander Ellis told eager to join NASA today. Doolittle sums up Ellis' story by I
leadership, including "No Man Walks Alone," an friends, Tm just quite delighted Orange Park Resident writing "Lt. Commander Frank
loyalty to the men in his charge inspiring autobiography by LCdr. ...that God spared my life for a Commander Ellis lives with his Ellis is a modern hero who,
and to..the remainder of the div- Frank K. Ellis, double amputeeand reason or reasons that time may wife and their four children in through sheer determination and \
ision. These traits have resultedin holder of the Distinguished disclose." Orange Park. He reported here courage, has risen above phys- \
a l highlybeneficial spirit Flying Cross for heroism that The 35-year-old pilot's remarkable last year after graduating from ical handicap which would most
within the division, thus accelerating cost him his legs, has gone on fight to keep from be- the Naval Postgraduate School, certainly have destroyed the use-,
professionalism, individually ing retired and returned to active Monterey, Calif., where heearn- fulness of a lesser man.". "No
and collectively. sale.Currently stationed at the Na- duty started in the hospital. ed a Master of Science degreein Man Walks Alone" is on saleat
"He has revisedthe val Air Rework Facility here, Aeronautical Engineering. the Navy Exchange.
completely After' being outfitted with artificial -
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serving system of the galley, Commander Ellis tells his storyof legs he began a two-year .r .
providing a family-style servingand a personally modest ,but gal- campaign to prove he was ableto .. f
has maintained this type lant fight to be returned to flight perform flying duties.He traveled ,
service even while the number duty following a 1962 crash near between Coasts, and per- ,
ber of personnel utilizing the Point Mugu Naval Air Station, formed flying and water survival ,
galley has tripled. Calif. Attached to a West Coast exercises for a variety of commands fI
"The quality and quantity of Ferry Squadron, Commander and several different Spe-
the food served in the galley is Ellis had picked up a F9Cougarin cial Boards of Flight Surgeons
of the highest standards and far Norfolk, Va., flown across the convened by the Navy to review .0 S
superior to what one would expect country and was approaching the his case. S
from the facilities avail- end of his flight when the Cou- After his battle he received
able. The quality of the food and gar's trim control mechanisms word in early January 1964 that :
the manner in which it is served failed. he would be classified to fly in 1x
has been 'a significant factor to Through Fireball Medical Group III, meaning he .;; 1g A a1
the l high morale of the division. Starting to eject, he suddenlysaw could only fly in accompanimentof
"Petty Officer Murray's uniforms a trailer in his flight path. a fully qualified pilot.
are always neat, well kept He thrust full power to the jet's NASA Hopes
and properly worn. He more than engine, cleared the trailer and Personally disappointed by the
satisfies his superiors requirements ejected at 65 feet. He was hurled board's decision; CommanderEllis
both in the Pine- through a fireball caused by the has never stopped his bat- -, .
castle Electronic Warfare Range jet's crash. His right leg had tle to be returned to flight statusas
and Food Service Division and been amputated below the knee a Group 1 pilot. He also applied = AUTHOR .. LCdr. Frank Ellis autographs a personal copy of
has discharged his duties in a and he would lose the other two for the National Aeronautics "No Man Walks Alone" for Rework Facility secretary Marian >
truly outstanding manner." months after the crash During and Space Administration's Hart. <,

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Editorial I View Points Pled, white & blue chip 'DJV rhe' Service *


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- A Priceless, GemDictators t. St.ROMAN Edward's CATHOLIC Chapel


SUNDAY MASS9 a.m.

and 11 a.m. .
fear it, visionaries dream of it; women have marchedfor DAILY MASS -11:30: a.m.
it, dedicated men have died for it; adolescents yearn for it 4"0 '+ SATURDAY MASS 9am.
and informed adults exercise it; corrupt individuals seek controlof CONFESSIONS5 p.m.

it, honorable men respect it. anni'1 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. .-. "
._/. 7:30 p.m.
t It is your vote.
TUESDArSingle
It is a priceless heritage that Catholic
Young Organization -
has spread the shining light of
- -7:30 p.m.
freedom and self-respect to the
t :* far corners of the earth. It is a

man's unquenchable thirst to control : U. S. Savings U.S. Naval/ Hospital
Bu.y
his destiny by having a voice
in the affairs of his government.
]Bonds, newFreedom SUNDAY MAS - -8a.m.
It has helped build this country
from a small group of states : Shares
clustered along the Atlantic SUNDAY SERVICE -10 a.m.

w Ocean to the most powerful nation PROTESTANTAll
"J in the world today.

The free vote of the individual Take Preventive MeasuresPeridontal Saints Chapel

? has proven that our form of government SUNDAY t
,1 \, can and does work -- Divine Worship Serv.ice-lOa.m. .j
that a nation can be governed disease, often call- the bone which supports the teeth .
,
1 by the will of the majority while ed Pyorrhea, and dental caries, starts to resorb or "dissolve." Junior Youth Fellowship.rs.r l.h.m.','
still respecting the rights of all or1 tooth decay, are very real Thorough cleansing of the teeth Bldg. I F 722
other individuals and groups. diseases. They both destroy the and mouth each day is the eas- Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30
teeth. iest and most effective -
preventive p.m. 11
The right to vote is[ stained
Tooth affects almostev- Wise and health-
decay measure.
with the blood of millions who WEDNESDAY
those who eat ful food habits can also help.
eryone, especially
have fought to gain it and died Senior Choir Rehearsal 7:30
well. Refined, processed foods Follow a diet which stresses nu-
t, defending it.
are often the worst causes of tritous foods and eliminate between THURSDAY p.m.
It's your legacy from the past-- dental caries. Carbohydrates, meal snacks. Above all,
,1to1 Young
I your endowment to the future. sugar and flour--above all other brush your teeth properly. Use Bldg.Adult/* 722 Club 7 p.m..

it Is your right and responsibility -- it's not to be taken lightly.It foodstuffs-cause tooth decay. dental floss to clean between the Christian Science Service
is your way to guarantee a free, responsive and enduring These foods go into solution teeth and underneath the edge of 8 p.m. Bldg. # 751
America. (AFPS) with mouth fluids and penetrateinto the gum. Use toothpaste recom- III 4 iCe
the clumps of invisible germs mended by,your dentist.And after
sticking to tooth surfaces. Waste brushing, rinse your mouth vigorously -
'Slippery Money'Does products are then formed which to remove clinging
soften the teeth and cause cavi! clumps of bacteria or food.These TrafficViolations
ties. oral hygeine measures plus rou-
Prevention tine visits to your dentist cart
money have a way of slipping away from you? You keep definitely help you prevent den-
meaning to start a savings account, but somehow every bit of your Dental caries do not occur tal disease.
pay check is gone before you know it? Well, there's a simple, easy where there are no germs. It
Scheduling
way to hold. on to "slippery'... money". -- Savings. Bonds and Freedom can be prevented or stopped only
Shares ; by thoroughly removing the Scheduling of dental appoint- The following is a report of

:Let the Payroll Savings Plan for United States Savings :Bonds germs each day. That is why the ments for eligible children whose motor vehicle accidents and traf-
show you how easy it is to save Now all you have to do to start saying, "A clean tooth does not sponsor's birth month is June fic violations for the period May
building'a nest egg is to sign your name. decay," came into being. The will begin Monday. 14 through 20. I
microbial matter that sticks to Children of active duty and retired Number of Accidents
How does it work? Easy -- you decide how much you'd like to the tooth surface is semitrans- military personnel who are

save every payday and then complete a Payroll Savings authorization parent; it resembles the tooth in bona fide dependents and betweenthe This Week . ... . 11 ;
card. From there on it's automatic -- the saving is done for color. It is found most often on ages of six and 23 will be Total Accidents this year through 1

you. And, because you never see the money, you never miss those the biting surfaces of the teeth, eligible for treatment. May 20 . . . 135
dollars that keep turning up In the form of Savings Bonds. between them and around the Appointments may be made by Number of Accidents through May

1967 . . . 155 '
gumline. It usually takes several the the ;
Almost before you know it, you'll have a sizeable backlog of sponsor or spouse at
savings. Money that can help make your dreams of a new home, days for a thick clump of germsto NAS Jax Dental Department appointment Total number of days since
college for the children, or a more comfortable retirement come grow and stick to tooth sur- desk during normal last injury in motor vehicle

true. faces. And then decay occurs. working hours. At that time they accident . . .. 0 1
Many clumps of germs live on will be given a definite appoint-
Perhaps you haven't heard of the advantages of Series E Bonds. tooth surfaces near the edge of ment and furnished necessary Number of ViolationsThis
Here's how they work for you: the gum. They grow and surviveon materials and instructions; no Week . .'. 94

the slippery secretions that telephone appointments can be Speeding . . 11
You back $4 for $3 -
at maturity, just seven
get every years .
coat the inside of the mouth made. Reckless Driving . .1
if hold Bonds
more you your longer. and the teeth. The waste productof Each child will receive an oral Going through Stop Sign 6

E Bond interest..is exempt from state and local income taxes these masses of microbes health examination, an applica- Other Violations . .. 76
and federal talc may be deferred until you redeem the Bond. soak into the edge of the gums tion of a substance to inhibit drivers
Thirty-eight appeared
You can't lose a Savings Bond u they're replaced if lost, and irritates the tissues, pausing tooth decay, and oral hygeine before the Traffic HearingBoard
them to become red, tender, demonstration and lecture and
destroyed or stolen. at the meeting held on May 23.
'f'
and lnf1am d., When the condi dental health educational ma- Disposition of the cases includedthe
And when you're on Payroll Savings you're eligible to buy the don&rtirsens, they begin to bled terial. No X rays will be taken." following: One lost drivingand
higher paying U. S. Savings Notes-. Freedom Shares -- along with and the mouth gives off a bad
parking privileges a-
.
Periodontal disease S
Bonds. smell ,
your board station for various periods;
Freedom Shares pay 4.74 percent interest,when held to maturity, trench mouth, Vincents, gingi- five were assigned to completean
four and one half years, and may be redeemed after one year. vitis and pyorrhea are the terms SPACE SURVEYING -- Navy eight-hour course (In reme-.
: used to describe' this condition. navigational satellite 2A con- dial driving at NATTC;: eight
Here's your opportunity to hold on to that ""slippery money." Later signs of this disease are firmed the practicality of making received suspensions; 17 were
With this year's Savings Bond/Freedom Shares Drive underway loose teeth, sore gums,and pockets geodetic measurements by sat- given warnings;l5were dismissed -
aboard. base, now Is your chance to get on the "Bonds Wagon." between teeth and gums that ellite. The satellite was launchedin : 10 were fined (U.S. COMMISSIONER
JT' fill with X reveal that
pus. rays [ June 1960. ); and six referredto

A Private commanding officers for pos-
PrayerLt. sible disciplinary action.Twen-

ty-six drivers were assessed

Thomas F. Johnson 57 traffic points.
JAX IR NSWS

The late Dr. John Baillie in his little book, "A Diary of Private
Prayer," records soul searching personal prayers as a devo- : ;::

tional aid. These prayers have become very significant and very The UX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
personal for me. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station.
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company
In a particular morning prayer the call [is to use today' slife a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the TAX AIR J
situations to bring forth greater labor and service. Dr. Baillie NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Bor :
makes these petitions for guidance which I share with you: 2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub- r.1)ttTf t
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele- -

"Teach me, 0 God, so to use all the circumstances of my life phone 772 1118 or 3119.

today that they may forth in me the fruits of holiness rather than Advertisements. are solicited by the publisherand, queries.
the fruits of sin. concerning such should be directed to: ,
Let me use disappointment as material for'.pati nce. I ..:.:.:;: .
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I J: Career Tall dP. ,

With Chief Blackburn, : J

Career Counseling is every '..1.......:
Navyman's business whetherhis
,1s position is just to learn a- ;, xr+ +xr;
bout the Navy or to encourage lc
sailors to persue a Navy career.
In recent interviews conducted Iii
many first enlistment }personnelwere tI I' '
R u.I t e i dissatisfied, not with the
Navy but with the units to which
they were attached. The impres-
sion that was made upon
these personnel was not a favorable -
one.Every.
man that joins the Navyis
entitled to benefits such as
j& schools commissary and exchange -
.. privileges and medical A FAMILY OF SWANS. .SWF2 Herbert G. Swan Is flanked
CHECK RECIPIENTS.$ .Checks wero presented to ten Jacksonville care to name a few. If the by his wife Phyllis and three of their five children during his I
sailors aren't aware of these enlistment last week.
ceremony
organizations last week by the Cecil Field Officer'sWives
benefits and he isn't taking -
Club. Accepting the checks were (I to r): Mrs. Jean advantage of them then he is Swan RcvpsFor
Wright; Mrs. Ruth Lawton; Mr. Howard McVeigh; Mr. Richard personally losing. 1'//
Hawkins; Mrs. Ann O'Brien; Cecil Field Officers Wives Club Career counseling more than SJuanLnP
6 YearsCECIL cJ
President; Mr. Jim Hornsby; Father Kenny; Mrs. Sharon Ar- just a program to establish motivation -
nold and Mrs. Smith .Not the for re-enlistment.Career
; Margaret pictured: Navy Marine SWF2 Herbert G.
Residence Foundation, and the Naval Hospital at NAS, counseling is designed to help Swan re enlisted for six years
i'J every Navyman. It also is a \
ax. last week in ceremonies con-
, the of Z as ,
{ means to bring principles ducted by Capt. U. L. Fretwell; '
leadership into focus. commanding officer of this air
OWC Present Checks This counseling requires the station. Niblick'

I. support of each echelon withina Mrs. Swan the former Phy- Phone 384 4406I
I II.
A "ShortTimer"is
command. lis J. Millard of Gaylord Mich.,
To Ten Organizations not the man to begin offering and three of their five children I I. 2 (V 3 Bedrooms
career incentives to this job were to witness the re- e d'ardni r\pr Apartments
should have been started long present with ('ouIIEr>, ('rutEmJspllt"rc >>
CECIL -- Ten organizations able retarded children sixteen enlistment. .
received checks totaling$1776.50last and over. ago and within the man's divi- Since joining the Navy in Sep- Mtclirus\ equipped' with G'ERanges
week. The checks were pre- sion.Not tember 1959 Swan has served t* Krfriqrrators'
sented by the Cecil Field Offi- Two hundred dollars was accepted every sailor is a career aboard the USS Desoto County 'InJii'iJuat' Air" Conditioning'
cer's Wives Club at ,a meeting by Mrs. Ruth Lawton in man. Elimination must be usedto (LST 1171) at Little Creek and \\\eatim\\ by (, L
held at the ORF. behalf of the Hope} Haven Child- weed out the men the Navy Va., and with Mobile Construction Drapes furuislicJ;
The money was raised by the ren's Hospital. This money will doesn't need in order to keep the Battalion 10, Port Hueneme Hall\ to \hall\ (arpctlnn and
club through a series of bake be used for two paraplegic pads. good sailors that might otherwisebe Calif., and in Vietnam. He received Lark .Nu'immiiiji' !t Poolaffl
sales auctions and other pro- lost. the Navy Unit Commendation -
grams. Many delinquent Jacksonville while attached to MCB-10.
Mr. Howard McVeigh accepted children will be able to go to camp _.- -
$300 check for the Jackson- this summer through the effortsof
ville Juvenile Shelter. This is a the Young Life, Inner City
temporary detention facility of group and a $207.89 check pre- :
the Juvenile court for care of sented by the Wives Club. Mr. to our
dependent} and delinquent children Jim Hornsby accepted the check Invited
and said that the wouldbe
under seventeen years of age. group
41 Mr. McVeigh stated that the traveling to Colorado this j
money would he used to purchase summer. ANNIVERSAR1
three metal cribs.A 28TH
sand table will be built with Other organizations that received -
I the $50 check presented to the checks were: TION
Speech} and Hearing Center Inc. Cecil Field Chaplain's Fund$100 SELL-A-BRA
Mr_ Richard Hawkins accepted Station Library, $300., Cecil
r the check for the center. Field Dispensary, $75; Navy-
Pine Castle School received Marine Residence Foundation, OLDEST MO.IlE
$100 to purchase home econo- $100 and the Naval Hospital at
",! mics equipment for use by train NASJax $343.72. VISIT I SAnl


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A Secretary of the Navy Notice
has designated campaign
periods for Vietnam operations.The .
five periods include March
\:1? & 15, 1962 to March 7,1965--Viet-
& nam Advisory Campaign, March
8, 1965 to Dec. 24, 1965 -- '
Vietnam Defense Campaign,Dec.
25, 1965 to June 30, 1966 --
Vietnamese Counter offensive
Campaign, and from June 1,1967to
a date to be announced --a
name will be established later. J
A bronze star has been authorized a
for personnel to wear j
CONTINUED SERVICE -- Lt. Col. A.E. James, co of Marine on their suspension ribbon and
Aviation Detachment, congratulates SSgt. Orville D. Smith ribbon bar of the Vietnam Ser-
upon his six year reenlistment. Smith has served in the Marine vice Medal for each of the above
campaigns. Only one star is authorized 4
( Corps for over .15.years. for each campaign.The .

VAP-62'gDetachment ReturnsVAP62's stars are not authorizedto
be worn on the Armed Forces
Expeditionary Medal, since starson
Western Pacific detachment Barber's Point, Alameda and this medal denote participationin
returned to Mayport several other U.S.Naval Stations. more than authorized area
Naval Station early Monday The detachment's return-trip of operations, such as Lebanon, ./'
morning, 128 days after it's de began at 11 a.m. Saturday and Taiwan, Cuba and others.VP16 .
parture. ended at Mayport 35 hours later.

One chief and 23 men from the Several crew members were .,._
1If;M1 ::G.i iSiv+i aY "' L1&A>ta'AUJ.'Sttr+"f..J ;xws v .f"-A.iiHII-w: : "" !"'*'
squadron made the return trip granted liberty in Bangkok, Will
in a C-130 stopped at Wake Island Thailand. BAGS OF SUNSHINE E.M. Valentine, vice president of

Garden Gold Foods Inc., present Capt.; B.R. Otto, NARTUCO

Hold PartyVP 50 bags of oranges to distribute to the delegates of the

IWloo wnn@$ @nIID$1 Chief of Naval Reserve Training Commanding Officers Conference -. ,."

-16 will hold an open house in Glenview, III., Monday and Tuesday. : ,(.

today in the new patrol plane .. .. .,,'
complex.The Ladies Association

Bobs Oak Hill time in open over house six months marks the that first all :':f:. I

of VP 16s Eagles have been Conducts ActivitiesThe 't

Pure Service CenterOpen united. Since late last year, a
contingent from the squadronhas .,,
Ladies Fleet Maudie ThelmaDugger, I
operated out of over a dozen Auxiliary Re- Kennedy, -
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. support bases in nearly is many ,serve Association Unit 91, took Maxine Jeppesen, Edith Maul and i,.
countries.The part in the city Memorial Day Mrs. Bruce Or.. .' ';:'
services held at Evergreen A board of directors meeting ;}.
reel & day's activities will start
strvktpkk. ip dtlivtrytchMk With a, 10:30 a.m. awards cere- Cemetery yesterday. will be held Monday at. 8 p.m., j
tt dfty AntrkM t Ftrfif ii' Cws. mony for, squadron personnel. The National President of L. at the home of Kay Lancaster, .'
Displays of survival gear, ord- A.F.R.A. was In Jacksonville fora 5253 Janice Circle. aYa'The \!
visit May 22, and was honored -
nance, and squadron aircraft will
regular monthly meeting
103rd & Jammes Road by the club by a attended -
be available for visitors laterin supper .
771 -9156 will be held June 10, at 8 p.m. :,.
Jacksonville, Florida by members from units
the morning. at the Fleet Reserve
home 5391
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and branches 290 Mayport, 126
Collins Road. The final :
M 4 i 4 nomi-
Jacksonville, and 98 Green Cove
nations and election of the 1968-
TRIPLE-THREAT-- first Springs. 69 officers will be taken of ,
care
three satellite constellation New members of the club initiated ,
launched on a single booster was at the last meeting were at this meeting.
DISCOUNT the Navy 4A-Injun-Greb III com- Mesdames: Sara Watermolen,
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Zero Defects Drive


I i Civil Service NewsLocal Underway at NARF




L JobsAnnounced JAX--htay 20 was the kick- nel at all levels to do their
off date of the Naval Air Rework jobs right, the first time.
Facilities Zero Defects
Program, a voluntary program At the end of the first day of
aimed at improving the qualityand the program, 32 supervisors of
JAX--Merit promotion opportunities reducing the cost of producingand NARF enrolled 100 per cent of
currently open for receipt y r $13 yr maintaining defense ma- the employees' in each of their
of applications are listed 1z a terial. shops or offices to support the
below. The area of considerationand i zero defects concept.In .
closing date of each is shown. Employees of NARF voluntarily -
MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-Grade enrolled in the new program, a special Zero Defects mes-
levels GS-4 and below; MPB No. pledging to "participateby sage, Capt. C.T.Faulders.NARFcommanding
constantly toward the goalsof officer said, "Zero
79-67 C ing
Plan all skilled -
positions
Zero Defects. Defects as a target and as a
pay level 8 and above.
: policy does not in any way change
Area of consideration: NAS, The program was organizedin
NARF NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, an effort to inspire person- (Continued on Page 8))
Navy Commissary Stores Navy
Recruiting Station Jacksonville.
Applications for these positionswill
be accepted at any time. A
separate application must be filed
for each position in which in- i ISICLAUDE

terested. __
MPB No. 158-67 Industrial Engineer -
GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Area NOLAN
of consideration:Nationwide.Applications -
will be accepted until
the needs of the service are met
and will be considered as re- RETIRING CIVILIAN -. Claude S. Wood (right) is presented a ppA1njy ; 1

ceived. retirement watch from C. J. Perry supervisor production con- .
MPB No. 84-68 Mechanical division. Wood retired after
trol May 23 more than 24 years
Engineer Technician, GS9.AreaofconslderationtSixth with civil service here.Civilian. x>i>Ej |ijPMQftt
Naval Dis-
trict. Applications will be accepted -

iness Monday.through the close of bus- I News BriefsCafeteria I El. 3-3022

MPB No. 94-68 Electronics
Technician, GS-7 or 9. Areaof Prices Going Up Pay Day Schedule
consideration:SixthNavalDistrict. -
Applications will be accepted To offset the rising cost of JAX -- The Navy Finance Office -
through the close of bus- food and an increase in the minimum here has announced the civ-
iness June 12. wage of Food Service em- ilian pay day schedule for fiscal
MPB No. 96-98 Supervisory ployees, the Civilian EmployeeFood year 1969.
General Engineer, GS-13. Areaof Service Board has author- Civil servants paid throughthe
considerationNationwide. ized a general increase in the NAS Navy Finance Office
plications will be accepted cost of foods served by the con- will receive their pay checks as
through the close of business cessionaire. The new prices will follows:
June 24.MPB. go into effect Monday.The July 5-19: August 2, 16 and I
No. 97-68 Communica- 30: September 13 27. October / / a
cost of a full meal in 11 25: November 8 22 and
GS-5. '
tions Equipment Operator, the'special line at the NAS Cafeteria December 6 and 20. .
Naval a / a
Sixth -
Area of consideration:
will be $1., Including state
The second half of fiscal
will year
District. Applications of the individual
sales tax. Most
1969 civilian
the close of pay day scheduleis
be accepted through cafeteriain
dishes served at the
: January 3, 17 and 31: Feb-
business June 17. Building 110, and on the mobile -
ruary 14 28: March 14 28:
All applicants must be careeror unit will have higher price, April 11 25: May 9-23 and /
career-conditional employeesof as will the items sold in "Times June 6 and 20.ELLIPTICAL. '
the Federal Government. Applications Square" at the Rework Facility. 4 M i M
for these positions I I
should be filed with IRD, Box The new price lists will be -- Navy naviga- '
22, Naval Air Station Jackson- posted near all serving lines tional satellite 4A proved that ee .
ville, Fla., 32212. and on the mobile unit. the equator is elliptical. '
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I: I NATTC : Behind The Scene I W "A,


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On; May 20, NATTC was visit- By June Goff After leaving the schools, the .,aY 1'qi;'r'rI h hIsal
ed by two Air Force officers On their' rrlvel here, Lt. Col. Vietnamese officers returned to fr
from the Combat Developmentand Nguygen Quy Toan and Capt. Capt Kline's office, where Lt. K. 1s .(I
Test Center, Vietnam. The Ram Van Loi were greeted by Col. Toan presented the captain ,.
visit to NATTC was one of many NATTC's Commanding Officer, with a folding screen painted with '
tours of installations throughoutthe Capt. R.P. Kline. Then, the high oriental designs. The screenwas ,'I,
U.S. during the month of May ly decorated Vietnamese officerswent placed on display in the trophy
and the first week of June. into a briefing givenby Cdr. case in Bldg. 500. ; ; 1 1.v
The U.S. tour was arrangedto R. D. Kunkel, superintendent of Lieutenant Toan is assistant .
provide the officers with an Aviation Ordnance School. chief of staff for Research and 4Jr
understanding of the scope and Cdr. J.W. Chalkley Jr., and Development,Joint General Staff, t
methods of research and train- Commander Kunkle took the visiting RVNAF. He also holds the position [ ?iiW!$ ,...,,!
ing necessary to the support officers on a tour of the of director,Combat Development -
of combat forces. The tour was station. After the visitors saw and Test CenterVietnam. -
also designed to stimulate new several (phases of training in ....
ideas for training of the Re- NATTC's schools.They observed Lieutenant Colonel Toan,whose t'.t
public of Vietnam Air Force students working in laboratories background includes
personnel. and on aircraft. preparatory school, college, and .. .',.
two years in Faculty of Law,was RVNAF "
FOREIGN VISITORS -- Lt. Col.Nguygen- Toan .
in civilian life. His
military a professor career as well as his presents NATTC's CO, Capt. R. P. Kline, with a gift of ap- "

professional Interest is ord- preciation, The Vietnamese officer visited the center on May
nance. 20 as part of many tours of military installations throughoutthe

-, Capt. Lot,the chief of Research U. S.Blood. .:

Division Test, Combat Center-Vietnam Developmentand was Bank Takes Deposits j :.,

an engineer in civilian life. His t u_ .''.
.n professional interest is in hydro JAXThe Jacksonville BloodBank to be drawn on by military per- '",\
power generation and hydraulic will have a mobile unit at sonnel and their dependents and
N: engineering. the NAS Dispensary Wednesdayto civilian employees and their de- '
Captain Loi received his M.S. accept voluntary donations of pendents. rt

1 degree in civil engineering at blood. .,-
the University of Texas in Aus- The morning hours will be set "\ & ;
I tin. aside for civilian employees and ., -1
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military personnel willbescheduled 10' (
Captain G.E. Dudley,NATTC's by departments, during the \
senior dental officer, was guest afternoon. :-.,,
speaker at a Civitan luncheonon This day S donations is to replace )
May 23. The luncheon was the blood that has been
held at the Gatepost Restaurantin drawn from the Navy Civil Ser-
the Gateway Shopping Center. 'vice Blood Account. The last
The captain spoke on "The joint blood donor day was in July
Purpose of NATTC"at the lunch- last year.
eon attended by both Civitans and Although all types of blood

representatives of the center. can be used, 'there is a serious ... 1I 1/
( * shortage of A-Positive and -
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NATTC O-Positive types. Both military '
Public Affairs OfficeIs and civilian personnel with these SIR, .YOU MAY l HAfC MS FOR
losing a valuable member ofit's "O"S, BUT,... XOUVC GOT
staff this week. needed types are urged to volun-
JOSN Tom 9REA"M fr" .
Raker has done an extraordinary teer.Donations .1.
Off on the run? Job of covering and reportingnews at this time go directly \
into the
station's account
-. of'interest to both military '
A mad'dash to the airport can be transformed into"a personnel and civilians. His releases Jax Dispose! Division THESHAMROCK

leisurely ride ,if see us first. have included stories and
you
pictures of foreign visitors to Conducts Excess Sale /
NATTC, change commandout-
We are here to take care of ALL your air transpor- feats of of
standing military civ- JAX-- The air station's Prop-
tation needs for ALL the airlines of the U.S.A. ilian personnel, and feature stor- erty Disposal Division will holda ( TERRACE

ies of interest. sale beginning at 9 a.m. Wed- '1"1
Come and see us, we can do it all. AIRLINES Raker willbe reporting for duty nesday. : San Juan
TRAFFIC OFFICE (JAMTO) in N.A.S. Bldg. 13, aboard the USS Hancock (CVA- Located on US Highway 17 ;I!? at NiblickI

at the Main Gate Ext. 3553 01 387-2811. At 19)), out of Alameda, Calif., south of the Main Gate, militaryand
Mayport Bldg. T-24 every Thursday. on July 13. civilian Department of De- I L* 1 BedroomsGarden
June Goff, who will replace fense personnel over 21 are eligible T.rt" Apumnrms '
Raker, wishes to express her to.attend the sale. unit/) (\unir\ ('lubKiU'liciiS
AIRLINESTRAFFIC thanks for the cooperation and Personnel who work within the annospiscre/
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equipped ti'Uh G;
help he has given her during the Defense Property Disposal Pro- Nances t' Rfjruuf. 0ii
OFFICE past month. gram, their agents, employeesand Individual.r (oiidiUiniiiifl'
The PAO staff and other members Immediate members of their and Heating b0 L vyvDrflpts
of NATTCextend Raker best households are not eligible to Fiirm wishes in his new assignment. participate.vacation. Wall to Wall Carpeting; mid
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RM1 Isley Pulsed Naval Safe:y Team ;

RMl James T. Isley, receiveda

from Certificate Capt. MJ.Appreciation Stack, CO of Aids FAWJAXThe tquadrons ,I

NAS, for the professional performance "

of his duties while stationed Naval Aviation Safe- the Naval Air Systems Command
in the Republic of Vietnam and the staff of Commander Fleet
1 ty Survey Team," recently established -
from Feb. 3 1967 Jan. 30
to ,
Air Atlantic the safety
to provide fleet squad- Wings, ;
1968. -, worked with VP-5 on May
rons with assistance and guid- team
Isley was stationed with the t b l7 c ance in their safety programs, 20; VP-45 on May 21; VP-16
U.S. Naval Support Activity, Saigon -
visited the units of Fleet Air and VP-30 on May 22 and VP7on
whose mission is to pro .Wing Eleven, commanded by May 23. The team then proceeded -
vide support services to the U.S. Capt. W.W. Honour, last week: to the Naval Station,
Forces and their allies committed 7 Composed personnel from Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico,

to the current Vietnamese the U.S. Naval Safety Center, to visit VP-18.
struggle against communist in- Cdr.H. D. Wilburcommanding

filtration. officer of VP-45, explained the
Isley's certificate read in pan: Defects function of the team at the squadron -
"...he has served honorably and Pt level. He said: "The safety
well; and through his loyalty, i iNy il survey team evaluates the entire
dedication, courage and selflessness spectrum of squadron activities
he has answered the call of ProgramContinued from the point of view of safety,
free everywhere at this time
men provides a fresh approach to J
of crisis." ___ --- ( from Page 5)) safety matters and offers con-
u..u. OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE Two NARTU civilians, or modify any previous policiesor structive criticism toward the

P.H. Rainey (L) and E. Hammock (C), received Superior Ac. instructions pertaining to betterment of our overall safety

Tx. complishment Awards of $150, Saturday for outstanding ser depth of rework.The limited rework program."

vice above and beyond the expected. Capt. B.R. Otto, NARTUCO policies of recent years While visiting the individual
remain in effect unchanged. The squadrons, the safety team
presented the awards. cost of performing our main pro checked into all aspects of squadron -
duction mission should not rise operations including main-
x.A Mad Fox' Drill Team Does 'one thin dime'. In fact,we should tenance, operating procedures, .J

look upon unnecessary processing and training as well as medicaland
Well at 1st PerformanceThe such as repainting when it physiological matters. The
is not needed replating when team was headed by Cdr. M.M.

"Mad Fox" Drill Teamof ed by Ltjg( ) C.T. Moyer III., the original plating was good e- Barker, of the U.S. Naval Safe-
:i ij VP-5, performed recently for performed a seven-minute rou- nough for another tour,as errors ty Center.HONDA.
their Admin/Material Inspection tine of precision maneuvers and under the Zero Defects concept.
conducted by Capt. W.W.Honour, rifle manual which they created Our policy is not to restoreout
commander Fleet Air Wing themselves. products to like-new con-
Eleven. Since only one of the men had ditions; and I want to emphasize -
The 16-man team, command- previous drill team.experience, that putting more work and MONTESAMOTORCYCLES
Uley the marching caused quite a bit costs into a repair job "than
of laughter from observers the the contract calls for" shouldbe
first few days of practice. how- regarded as needing cor-
Gotaloadof ever, the laughter turned to rection under Zero Defects."

smiles of pride on the day of "All in all, he continued, ...
Inspection when these 16 "Zero Defects can be a great
needs "Foxes" disproved the adage step ahead for us and can makeus rJI J
moneY
that a sailor can not march. even more proud of our or-
The men participating were: ganization." j
MOTORS and
See HFC. ADJ2 Young, ADJ2 Fite, A02
Frost, ADJ3 Carter, ASAN Carl MIDDLEBURG !
son, AN McSwiney, AX3 Gross, WATERFRONT CYCLES CO. I
ADJAN Crist; AN Johnson, A03 See Honda's Hot "350" I
McGregor,. AX3 Rape, SN Apollo At prices you can afford to 1
AN Millikin, AA Gaines and pay. These lots are right 4949 BlandingPH
AMH2 Patterson. in Middleburg on the No.
Fork of Black Creek and 7718244UNUSUAL

are excellent for fishing,
Wives Entertain boating & skiing. Improved

with paving i curbs SPECIALS
in the orthopedic & gutters, storm drains &
Thirty patients 53 International
ward at the Naval Hospitalwere a complete purified water Carry ill W4S*".
system. Prices start at
given a party by a groupof 53 CHEVROLET
$3,450 10 to
yrs. pay.
VP 16 wives. V4 ten pickup, ell original.
The ladies participating in the Go Blanding Blvd. to MainSt.
AIt party were Mesdames; Thomas Sign points arrow to 57 TBIRDHunt
h Ross, Buford Edwards, Stoney property. H. A. Lundblom, port hole shift herdtop.overdrive,
Stoutamire, Richard Seng, RIchard salesman to be there
Sunday 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. 58 TRiRed
Babb, and James Janko- roedirer..
wiak. PYATT t

Any group wishing to sponsora INC. 59 HUMBER
COMPANY, 4 door Snip, automatic
party such as this may contact Registered Reel Estate rreiii., PS. PB, original
the Red Cross Recreation Brokers.Ph. 1J.OOO miles.
can be a long time from one pay call to the next- Office phone 772 2218. 733-887!?or 3557222.KETKEADS. 60 English Ford

especially when you really need money for some worth- Anglla, very clean
while purpose; 61 BUG EYE :
If you run short, get money help from Household Austin Healy 2 tops, :
Finance-th'e company most service people choose be- .rllI".I.
cause HFC tells you In advance how much your loan will ASTr' 62 TR3Blue
cost-in dollars and cents.There won't be any surprisesor roadster.
extras. Unload your money problems soon-at HFC. 62 AUTO UNIONSport

Before you sign on the dotted line, coupe, fast.
know what your loan will cost. 63 CORVAIR
Coupe 4 speeds Pirrelll
tires.
,I Cask MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
Y.u Get '' 63 RENAULT
24 J' 12 6
p.ywts prrmts paymts payarrt It.' sedan,vary clean.

$100 5.93 7.29 10.07 $18.48 M 63 VOLVO 544
: 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 gig, 1 dr.. radio, hater
300 17,79 21.88 30.21 55.45 64 VW DEVIN
500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 Flbtrjlm sport roadster
600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
; $ 65 E. FORDAnclia
Charles ore compiled at 3% on that part ofttktdultd like Insideout. ,
887(1.TY new
monthly balantn not txcttding$300 5 .
and 2% on any nmoirtdtr. TAil scJud/ .is
kutd prompt paymtnt end inaudescharges.HOUSE 65 M.C. 1100
4 door sedan, radio heat
Plus FETExchange or.
SIZE 65 VW
.- & Sunroof, 2 door heater.


FINANCE- 14" M/HITEM/ALL/ / 67 67 100 twin YAMAHA B. M.let. W. I\

G'Njaa t o 4 Dr. 1600, RfrH. r
67 FL-500 '
Penman Plaza Shopping Center XL 1 dr. HT power a-
air.Many .
1227 1 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 D many others. We sell
3 out of 5 cars to repeat ]
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phonei 398-4541 DOWNTOWN-1104 W. Beaver St. H S766ZNORTHSIDI customers. Come & see why.
-6308 Main Sr. PO 5559 We finance 'em here.
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 WESTSIDE-532 Conor AM EV fr"71SOUTHSIDC THE HONEST FRENCHMAN I IARHAHD

: = Hills Shopping Center 3388 Philip Hwy. -
DUFRENE
354-9051
S ; cedar SPRINGFIELD=:i7lh & Main SH. '
r 3734 Blvd.-Phone: 7719190Ask 2052 M AIM'AT' Jltfr} t

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May 31 1948 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pace' I


MoviesMovies < Sc..dllls

will be shown nightlyat
the NAS Jax Theatre at 7:30: HAS JAX 3:30: to 6 p.m. will featurea la"

p.m. There will also be a Kiddie CANDLELIGHTTherestau- Champagne Special. Tonight's

.l, Matinee at 2 p.m., Saturdays and rant will be open from 11 a.m. entertainment will spotlight
a regular feature at 2 p.m.: until midnight tonight and tomor- Charlie Jay.
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- row and from 11 am. until 10
pital Theatre will have one nightly p.m. Sunday. Entertainment Ads should be mailed, U the Hole Publishing Company, "
NAS CECIL FIELD 1950 Blinding Bird. f Jocionvi\lt.. \ Florida.
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field tonight and tomorrow will be 32210. 10 arrive
ORF not latet than Tuesday for publication the ,fotloivin' Thurs
will have two nightly shows dur-
provided by Babe Gizali, who .
day. Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
ing the week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. will be appearing from 7:30 to 30 May luncheon 11 am following' week unless the publisher is instructed other-
Matinees will be shown on weekends 11:30: p.m. 1 pm Bar Open 11 am wise.' A check or money order (for the full cost of the ad must
at 2 and 5 p.m.FRiDAY 3:30 pm. be received WITH the copy for the ad.

May 31 CPO CLUB -- Mark Castle 31 May Luncheon 11 a. -
will entertain tonight with a sea- 1 pm "Noon Bar" "Happy DO NOT SEND CASH
NAS: "MARYJANE" starring food special featured for $1.25. Hour" 4 pm 6 pm. Dinner by KATE: Minimum ctiorp (31n..I.! ) . . . 12.00
Fabian and Diane McBain. Tomorrow night the Redcoats res. P.r d&fonol Imc- ((4 word p or Iin.r| ; . .0.50
Rating not available. ((103 min.)
Five will add the musical back- 1 June Open for Booking!
HOSPITAL: A MAN AND AWOMAN" 2 June Club Closed Open
ground for a sirloin steak dinner
-- -- ----
: starring Jean Louis priced at $1.65. Prime rib for Booking.
Trintignant. Rating Excellent. DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC LAKE LOTS
roast is the feature for Sundayat 3 June Luncheon 11 am -
((110 min.) 195. 1 pm Bar Open 11 am 1 JOCKEY?? For information call: Large lots on Santa Fe Lake.
I C. FIELD: "SEBASTIAN" pm, Daily Mon. thru Fri. 356 8351, Day or Night. Terms. Call Owner 387-7379.

starring Dirk Bogarde and Sus ACEY DUCEY CLUB -- To- 4 June Luncheon 11 am .
annah York. Rating Very Good night the music will be furnishedby 1 pm Bar Open 11 am 3:30pm/ FOR RENT OR FOR SALE ZIG ZAG FOR $40
((108 min.) the Five Clubs, and this is 5 June Luncheon 11 am Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & SEWING MACHINE Original

SATURDAY, June I "come as you are" night. Tom- 1 pm Bar Open 11 am FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. Guarantee, Zig Zags, makes but
orrow night, Mark Castle will be 3:30 pm. Call Powell or Mills, USN tonholes, sews onbuttonsdecorative -
WAS; "VALLEY OF THE in the spotlight. Returning againon Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park designs, Monograms, etc.
DOLLS" starring Barbara Park- Sunday willbe the Five Clubs. BEACON CLUB Realty. Just pay balance $40 at $8 per
ins and Patty Duke. Rating Game night will be held month. Phone 353-1946 anytime. .
Sunday .
at .
...1 Very Good. ((130 min.) 6 No slacks shorts or 30 May Game Night, enter- 66 VW LIKE NEW COMPLETELY Will deliver, no obligation. A-l '
\ C. FIELD: "A MAN AND A cullots p.m. are allowed in the ball- tainment by March Wilson and Re Built Eng., Radio. Sewing Machine Co. 1606
; WOMAN" starring Jean Louis room tomorrow or Sunday nights. the "Redcoats." Heater, New Carpet 771 1629 Main St.HAVE .
i Trintignant. Rating Excel- featured 31 May Music will be pro- or 781 8684 After 5.
Happy Hour is Monday -
lent. min.) vided the Ideas. LISTINGS FOR SEVERAL
((110 thru Wednesday from 4:30 to by "Rough .
1 June The sounds of Evelyn GETTING MARRIED Privately Owned Cars
SUNDAY. June 2 6:30 p.m. Don't forget the buffeton Mee and the "Tonics." Wedding Pictures Taken, Best 768 3618
NAS: "DIRTY DOZEN" star- Wednesday, payday, which Deal around. Phone 2642140.
The fabulous soundsof
2 June -
ring Lee Marvin, and Ernest features all you can eat for$1.25 STEREO/RADIO COMBINATION
Borgnine. Rating Superior. This buffet is also featured on Phil Cay and the "Chantels. SOLID STATE radio 4 speed
3 June Music provided by
Sundays from noon until 9 JUSTISS TRAILER fully automatic intermix stereo
((149 min.) p.m. PARK 1
the "Tune Twisters.
"VALLEY OF Otr. Mile of NAS. changer with automatic cut off
HOSPITAL
no. Clean
:
"O" CLUB Hour
-- Happy 5 June Mel Gaden and the
j modern trailers & and dual sapphire needles. 2
THE DOLLS" starring Barbara Apts. 389-
tonight and tomorrow held from "Lazy Rhythm Girls.
Parkins and Patty Duke. Rating- 3007. months old. Pay balance of $69,
Very good. ((130 min.) or $8.50 per month. Phone
C. FIELD: "MARYJANE" All Servicemen are WELCOME to the "REAL ESTATE: We will help 353-1946, ask for Credit Mana-
starring Fabian and Diane Mc- you Buy, Sell or Invest." ger. Will deliver, without obli-
Bain. ((103 min.) Lutheran Service Center Bowen Real Estate, Realtor gation. A-l MUSIC CENTER 1606
USN Retired 384 1376 Main St. Jax. Fla.HELP .

MONDAY June 3 ':yT { "
way from
aiomc ome
NAS: "THUNDER ALLEY"starring AUTO FOR SALE 68 DODGE WANTED

Lee Marvin and Ernest SSSS:::=:=;:';:ft;:;%;:;%;::%:;:;:;, 19 W. FORSYTH ST R E E T;:;: ;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::;:: I WAGON tinted 440, A/Cond.318 V-8, PS Power, All Male or Female
glass, ,
-
Borgnine. Rating Superior. Pan Time
Ping Pong POOL TABLES Shuffleboard I Gate Window, Solid State Radio,
((149 ) Immediate EmploymentCall
)
C. FIELD:'"VALLEYOF THEDOLLS" Monday thru Thursday 3 Spd. Wiper, Chrome luggage 389-1744 for
1.y. ::::: rack, Wide Oval Tires, 5,000
Barbara Park-
1 starring appointment 9 12 A.M.
1M.. ", ::: 600: f-M. to UtOO P.M. miles. Call 359-3205 after 6pm.
ins and Patty Duke. Rating ,
" Very Good. ((130 min.) I.c.rd Player {: Friday 1966 PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE
9
\ :: : 6:00 P.M. 12
C..ltMllfttI to Midnight
: FOR
RENT 2BR HOUSE, FURN. 2 plus 2 421 Engine full power.
TUESDAY, June 4 Pa"t.r .v ilaU. whop yw ::3:; laturdoy J Orange Park,temp.permanent- $2050. See at Ware's TrailerPk
.. NAS; "WHERE ANGLES GO, want and nod onIUcrt I 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Otrs. Will rent to bachelors. Lot No. 77
TROUBLE FOLLOWS: star- .ti I on :: f.nd.yFellowship 264-6884
. ring Roslinda Russell and Stella 8::::: 2<00 P.M. to IliOO: P.M. HOME FOR SALE, VENETIA,

Stevens. Rating Very Good. PORTABLE TYPEWRITER 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath,5 3/40/0./ Den, ..
((103 min.) Remington Lightweight good con I' ; W/W CarpetrPriced below FHA,
HOSPITAL: "THUNDER AL- dition. Has balance of $34 or 384-1195.

LEY" starring Annette Funicello MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll pay $7 per month. 1606 MainSt. GOING TO CALIFORNIA 6 JUNE.can .
and Fabian. ((98 min.) ., or Phone 353-1946. Will take 2 riders.Share expenses
C. FIELD: "DIRTY DOZEN" Ranks All Ages deliver, without obligation. & driving Call 7658718.
starring Lee Marvin and Ernest
Borgnine Rating Superior. ((149 LOW RATES SERVICEMAN (E5)) DESIRES BEING TRANSFERREDMUSTSELL
min.) Respectable Service man to share 3-Bedroom. 1 1/2 Bath,
one bedroom home in San Juan. Fireplace, Den, Florida Room,
WEDNESDAY, June 5 EASY .MONTHLY $55 mo. Phone 384 6754. low down payment, 5638 Dart
NAS: "MARCO 7" starring After 7 PM. Drive, Oak Hill Park, 771-5251-
Gene Barry and Elsa Martin- FHA
elli. Rating Very Good. ((100 PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL FOR RENT ORANGE PARK
': Min.) Unfurn. 3 Br Quonset Hut,beautiful FOR SALE '63 BUICK STA.
'. acre of land. Flowing well WAGON, V-6, Standard Trans.
I INSURANCE 1 7/10 miles from city. Call $750.00 or Best offer,3874719.DISTRIBurION .
1 264-4224.
E .1.1I UNDERWRITERS INC.rormcrl OF MAPCO
: I"O 3 BEDROOM, ATTACHED GAR- GLAZES, Jacquelyn Stain,Marx
'A ( h' 'ICIoultall's| J) Insurance' AGE, Lovely corner lot,Includes Brushes. Also plain Sprays,Minx
I 6479 Roosevelt IM. 388-7676 stove, ref. & blinds. 4 120 Products, Kemper Tools and
: : G. I. No qualifying. $65.24Mo. Ceramic Supplies. Instruction.

MOTORS Call Us AnytimeMONEY Call 771-4356. Priscilla's Ceramics Phone"

19664-DR. RAMBLER 771-7036 7121 Shindler Dr.
1 : AMERICAN STATION WAGON
FOR SALE ACROSS FROM NAS
1 SXaXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Air, automatic trans., radio &
II Clean 3 Br. Brick Fla. Rm.,
1 heater, clean. Call Mr. Madison
2 Bath garage, chain link fence
Credit Union 384-5941
during
1 ............. : days or call Mrs. Pocher evenings Air Cond. Central heat, trees.
1
Cash Monthly Months 7228 Wonder La. 3887581.

160 FALCON . .$90 I Get Payment to Pay 771-0508.
IN I 1 DAY'You PART TIME 1967 PLYMOUTH! FURY in, 4
1 60 FORD. . $90 I
$ Dr. Air Cond. &Power
4.33 $.5.00. 24 MARRIED E-4's and above. Are Hardtop ,
60 CHEVY. . $90 II you having trouble making ends 9,000 Miles, $2500.00. 771-0562.

1 59 CHEVY . $90 I $25 to $600ARRANGED 219.27 13.00 24 meet with? We your can duty work schedule.your Phone hoursin BABY SITTING AT NIGHT OR

1 58 BUICK. . $60 1i 320.79 19.00 24 264-6485. on week-ends In your Home.Have

56 MERC . $50 1S 427.51 25.00' 24 1967 PARKWOOD MOBILE Transportation. Can. Supply Ref
eren 768-3968.
S, 1 VW's! 61, 62, 63 or 64's ; 500.51 29.00 24 HOME 3 Br.Take over payments.See .
at Ware's Trailer Pk. Lot 1967 CROSBY 15 FT.SEA SLED-

'r 1 FOR SALE CHEAP!! I 600.00 34.39 24 No. 77.FOR GATOR Trailer. 35 HP Mercury

I I BY PHONE SALESURFBOARD$25.G. Motor. $1100. 2644789.MEADOWBROOK w

1 ........... I Payments include' interest. E. Rotisserie &oven, $50, 3 BR. HOME

Weights, $20. Remington 11-48, 1 1/2 Bath Kit. Equlot. Avail.
: We Buy-Sell-FiHOHce. : 12 gauge with cutts & vent rib, 5, June, $90 Mo. 2646035.
DI3L $100. TV Stand
e FINANCE COMPANY and Ant., $7.50.

: 6566Normandy : 264-6517. FOR SALE : '61 BUICK INVICTA .

I Boulevard I 4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384.2314 DELRAY MANOR 110th & Qjstom-4Dr.. H/Texcell. cond.,
Karen St. New all brick homes, new Uniroyal tires and '68 tag .
241 WEST FORSYTH DIAL 356.0735
ST.
1 AC Low 20s. Building Lots beautiful leather Interior, fully I
1'' 781-4978 5256 BEACH BOULEVARD DIAL 359.2895 Available. Floyd White, Bldr. equipt. with Air. First$750 buys. .

L.I '771-5643. 388-6645 or 765-4183.

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I _Must You Purchase
'
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fla. License TagsMany

Jacksonville Navy per. homestead such as unimproved
sonnel are uncertain whether they property or rental property.
must register their vehicles(and Q. I don't own homestead pro-
obtain driver's licenses) in perty here but I am a registeredvoter
\ Florida or in another state. This in Florida. Do I have tobuy
article will answer some of the Florida tags?
more frequently raised ques- A. Yes, for the same reasonas
tions. above.Q. .
a a a *
I don't own a house hereor 9 1- ( e
Q. I own a house in Jackson-
vote here and I consider
ville and have filed for home- my
home to be another
stead of the permanent
exemption property.Do state. Must I buy Florida tags?
I have to obtain Florida
tags and Florida driver's "I
? A. No. You may obtain regis-
.licenses
tration and a driver's license in
A. Yes. Homestead
tion is in itself a formal declaration exemp-- whichever your home state or in Florida, ________m_.....___ ,i,_ _
you prefer.Q. .
of permanent residence in
.Florida and if you are a bona I have heard that you haveto Four Civilian EmployeesGet
fide resident of this state buy Florida Tags and get Flori- forty
you must obtain motor vehicle da's driver's license if you are
tags and driver's license here employed in Florida. I hold a
also. You may know people who "moonlighting job. Do I haveto Length of Service Awards
did not do this and "got away buy Florida tags and driver's .
with it," but if the discrepancy is license? CECIL -- Forty-four civilian heavily our experienced em- Security Dept.; Garland T. Long
discovered you could be given the A. No. Non. resident active employees of Cecil Field received ployees and rely more and more PW Dept.; and Edwin L. Yarborough -
ultimatum of buying Florida tagsor duty servicemen do not become length of service awardsat on their judgement. Therefore Air Ops. Dept.
losing your homestead exemp- domiciled in Florida by virtue a ceremony in the Industrial I take great pleasure in pre- TWENTY YRS. FED. SERV.
tion. This rule obviously wouldnot of holding a part time civilian Relations Department Confer-, senting these length of service Robert L. Dixon Security Dept.;
apply to a serviceman who job. It is assumed in the above ,ence Room last Tuesday morn- awards. Joe Griff, Jr., Supply; EleanorJ.
owns property not subject to situation that the vehicle is used ing.Before Five years at Cecil Field: Hesebeck Supply Dept.; Isac
only in driving to and from the Captain U. L. Fretwell Frances G. Gassinger PW Mayhew Security Dept.; Raphael
work. If you use your car as presented the various awards and Dept.; Ernest B. Bennett PW McDermott PW Dept.; Pitt A.
a business vehicle, for example, pins he spoke to the group. Dept.; Ottis C. Geiger, Compt. Milner PW Dept.; NicholasL.
FURNITURE traveling on sales jobs or delivery "The Department of the Navy Dept.; Mary R. Lang, Supply Mehrtens Security Dept.; Security -
work, then the exemption provides for and encourages the Dept., Shelbert B. Rosier Supply Dept.; Sammie Midyette
would not apply.Q. use of appropriate awards to recognize Dept.; Amy R. Stoner Supply PW Dept.; Vernon C. Stevenson
My wife holds a full time length of service. An Dept.; and Walter H. Williams PW Dept.; Mary Weldon, IRD;
PftlCE EVERYONE job and drives the family car to employee who has given the Navy PW Dept. Charnege M. Wiggins, PW Dept.
JO work every day. Do I have to good and faithful service for a TEN YEAR AT CF: THIRTY YEARS FED. SERV.
have Florida tags and driver's number of years is a valuable Jane G. DeBlaise Admin. Dept. Clifton Gilbert DP Dept.
license? employee and is deserving of Maimie L. Jones PW Dept;
A. No. If the title of the this recognition. Kenneth W. DeMay PW Dept; RETIREMENT
vehicle is in the serviceman'sname He continued, "He has demon- Elias F. Massouh, Supply Dept.; Marvin A. Allen Air Ops. Dept.;
the wife's Florida em- strated himself to be dependableand Frances G. Dowling PW Dept.; Mary P. Boucher PW Dept.;
SUNDAY ployment would not necessitatethe his value to the Navy increases Robert D. Smith, Supply Dept.; Herbert L. Lush PW Deptl
'TIL 6p.m. purchase of Florida tags nor as his years of govern- and Emory Hicks, PW Dept. Thomas L. Jordan Air Ops Dept;
would you or your wife; have to ment service grow. Employeeswho FIFTEEN YEARS AT CF: Robert E. Totman, PW Dept.
obtain a Florida driver's license. receive these awards becomethe Joseph B. Allen Jr., Supply Dept.
1 Here again it is assumed that the very core of Cecil Field. As Clarence E. Malloy. .PW Dept.; PLAQUE j
SURPLUS GOODS car is rot used as a business the time passes by theybecomemore Clyde W. Bradley PW Dept.; Cdr. J. M. B.nnister. PWDept.and .
DISCOUNT STORE vehicle. promotable and in turn may Nicholas L. Mehrtens Security Mr. J. i7. Nettles Main
train new employees." Dept.; Roy E. Ethridge PW Control.
10135 Beach Blvd. 724 2662 "Since our workload at Cecil Dept.: Gilbert M. Raulerson J
'- (Continued Next Week) Field has become increasingly PW Dept. Thomas Kinsler, CERTIFICATESH. :
larger and more difficult, we lean Supply Dept. Evelyn D. Wray, N. Troupe, Air Ops, Dept. J

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: Intramural. ScoreboardJax I Weapons Stays A top A L Pack 1


JAX -- Weapons remains undefeated al League, VP 45 shut out
t in the American intra- VP 15, 7 0, then downed
-- Eight teams began their battle for the intramural bowling r mural softball league behind the MARTD 8-2; and the FICEUR
championship title here Wednesday night. The winning team will pitching of Sandy Cooper. The squad picked up their third
pick up 1,000 points toward the Ironman trophy. Weapons squad knocked off VP straight win defeating VW 4,
At the end of regular season play, MA TD and the Sparks took 30, 14'' 7 last week and got by 8-4.
first and second place respectively in the Continental League; the Supply 4-1 Monday night to
Uncles and Spoilers in the Atlantic League; AOMD # 2 and CPO's sport a 4 0 record.In Other action saw NARTU pickup
(Fic) in the National League; and the Strikers and Crash and Firein other American League two wins downing MARTD 15-
the American League. Below is a list of the final standings. Monday night action COMFAIR- 11 and tripping Aircraft Main-
JAX edged Hospital 3-2 tenance 11 3. The Gems also
American Unstrikeables 23.5 28.5 breaking the Corpsmen's 3-0 chalked up two victories edging .
Strikers 43 17 Greerbacks 23 29 winning streak; 679th dropped Marine Barracks 6-5 and clip-
Crash & Fire 45 19 Chokers 22 30 VAP 62 ,5 2; and in two ping Air Operations 6-3.
Cloak & Daggers 43 21 Pro's 19 33 hitting battles VP 30 got by
Hunters .38 22 Eagles 16 36 NARF 17 14 while Medical pgppppp
X Impulses 36 24 AOMD Ii 1 9 43 edged Fleet Air Wing 11,1413.Last r
Neptune 36 24 week's action in the A- GIANT SWAP MEET
Falcons 25 27 Atlantic merican League saw Hospital 'JAX LARGEST FLEA
Red Darters # 1 28 32 down VP 5, 8 1VAP; 62 MARKETCome
Cannon Cockers 28 32 Uncles 37 19
Stop COMFAIRJAX 12 7Medical ; Buy, Sell or Drowse- Y
Flap Ja.'i: 28 32 Spoilers 36 20 clip NARF 13 3, and 679th 'j. Thousands of Items. i it
Trainers 26 34 Red Darters # 2 35 21 trounce FAW 11, 11 1. t Blanding Drive-In Theatre |
Gold 23 37 Hurricanes 33 23 Patrol Squadron 45 and FI- B
Every Sat. 10am- 5:45pm:
Nomads 23 37 BB Balls 29 27 CEUR lead the National League
Sun. 12:305:45:
Cadeuces #2 22 38 Bean Burners 29 27 with 3-0 records. In contests pm
Mad Foxes "Au 15.5 36.5 Supply 28.5 27.7 TAKING AIM AI Maclean, stagged last week in the Nation- 76tt 7085 or 768 4793
Chiefs (yW 4)) 27 29 captain of the Crash and
National CPO's (VP 30)) 25.5 30.5 Fire intramural bowling team,
AOMD # 2 43 17 Leftovers 25 31 eyes pins carefully before ..
CPO's (FIg) 42 18 Chargers 24 32 delivery, His team went on
Sky Warriors. 38 22 BB Stackers 23.4 32/5 to beat the Cloak and Dag- ,.
Outcasts 34 22 Tar Babies 19 37
Molar Rollers 35 25 AFEES 16.5 ::19.5 gers for second place in the
Foggy Five ; l 34.5 25.5 American League.

Faid Folks ,;..,. 32 28 Save today for your future
Chiefs (NART.U) 31.5 28.5 with U. S. Savings Bonds. LAST MONTHWE
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Red Darters # 3 22 34 lM. l\M\ : AIR CONDITION :RS
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679th 32 20 Freight Salvage Easy Credit; Terms To homeowner who wanted roof
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Rip Cadeuces Cords# 1 28 30 24 22 Hrs. 9 aim 7 p.m. Come In 1r4,.Browse/ ;1 ;;t over his head. ..

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The Junior Sailing Program is electing the proper officers to If you are a novice, winds I
again about to get underway.This run our club. above 35 knots should be taken
year boys and girls, ages Don't forget the Mug Race with sails down. After dropping RiversideChevrolet I
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