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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: June 6, 1968
Frequency: weekly
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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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"VOL. 26 NO. I II I U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA :JUNE 6, 1968 r '{

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Cdr. WenzelHeads Hurricane '



FalconVP Hunters




SquadronPatrol w+ i Watch Abby



Squadron Seven got a >fti ,n Hurricane Abby, the first
new commanding officer May 29 :this year, threatened Florida's
when Cdr. R.F. Wenzel relieved Tampa area Tuesday and crews
Cdr. J.R.Swade r during changeof from Weather Reconaissance
command ceremonies. Squadron Four here were pre- 1
RAdm. William M.McCormick, paring to make their fourth flight
commander of Fleet Air Wings, against the storm at Jax Air
U.S. Atlantic Fleet, with head- New's deadline.
quarters In Norfolk, Va., was the Cdr. RichardE.Runyon.VW-4
main speaker at the ceremony.The acting executive officer, said
admiral was introduced by iI > s Tuesday that the squadron was

Capt. Walter W. Honour, com- first alerted to the distrubance
mander Fleet Air Wing 11. Saturday morning. The squad-
ron's Crew Four under the com-

Off to School # k&4 mand of LCdr. Frank Nelson became t
I the first Hurricane Hunter
Commander Swadener had beenin
qr crew to go into action this sea-
Jacksonville since October son after being dispatched from
1965 when he joined the staff of ::j/ : here Saturday morning.Off .

Commander Fleet Air Jackson- a .. ,,. CubaA
ville. He reported to VP-7 in ;
May 1966 as executive officer second plane from VW 4
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and became skipper of the Black launched from the squadronlater I
Falcons one vearlater.The out- Saturday, flew over the storn at I
going commanding officer has 10 p.m. Saturday, according to
been ordered to the Industrial Commander Runyon. Abby was
College of the Armed Forces as off the western tip of Cuba when
a student. spotted by the second flight.
Commander Wenzel earned his Abby was declared a hurri-

h wings in May 1951. In June 1958, cane Monday when her winds w

'-. he was graduated Magna Cum kicked up to 75 m.p.h. By Tues .1

Laude with a BS Degree at the day her winds were sub'sidingalI t
University of Southern Califor- m 1fi4 > though she still threatened to

nia.He earned his Master Degreein cross,Florida. :?,
Business Administration at
"VW-4 maintains a plane anda
George Washington.University in
a 24-man crew on standby alert
1961. k all through hurricane season,"

Former XO ON TARGET -- ETCH A.G. Kotze of the Communications Department gets in two days of prac- explained Commander Runyon.

Following tours of duty with tice before tomorrow's matches here in the Sixth Naval District Rifle and Pistol Champion-

VP-30 and VP-24, Commander ship Matches. Over 60 marksmen from throughout the 6ND are competing in the Jax hosted Radio Reports

Wenzel reported to the U.S. Na- event. (See story Page 15)President) "We receive' flight require-
val Academy as head of the ments from the National Hurricane '
Management Elective Curricu- Center in Coral Gables s i
lum in early 1965. He has been Hikes Savings Bond via Fleet Weather Facility." \,
executive officer of VP-7 since
May of last year. After a VW 4 crew arrivedat
Cdr. T.E.Curry,who had serv- a tropical disturbance' all data

ed as officer-in-charge of VP- Interest Drive Ends June 14 collected is transmitted backto
30 Detachment Jacksonville since ; Fleet Weather Facility here
( July 1967 has succeeded Commander by radio. The data enables ex- .
F Wenzel as VP-7 execu- pens to track, and predict the ; '
tive officer. President Johnson ,announcedlast Beginning July 1, both mili- those with children who wish to movements of hurricanes. *,
k The ceremony marked the first week that the jnterest on tary and civilian personnel will start a bond savings program, it
change of command to be held in Savings Bonds would be hikedto be getting fatter pay checks. For may be advantageous to check

the station's new patrol complex. 4.25 per cent, the highestrate into buying the bonds in a child's Jax Navy Relief

on E and H bonds allow- News BriefsAuto name.If .
Safety OfficerTo able under law. Interest on Free- bonds are bought in a child's
: dom Shares is now 5'per cent name, either alone or with a Drive Extended
when they'reach maturity at four Tags on Sale parent named as beneficiary, the
Attend Confab years and six months from issue income tax liability can usually
Wives Club Jax /H# 86 I
date. The new interest rates Navy to'sell.,. be shifted ,to the child by filinga Until June 17 I
will continue
1968 69
became effective June 1. federal tax return in his name'at
At Georgia PlantThe The President's announcementcame Florida automobile tags in Bldg. the end of the first year of r
- 3. through June 20. License The annual Navy Relief Drive
as the air station's annual bond purchases, listing the increase -
'
be from the aboard station, originally sche-
Savings Bond campaign moved plates may bought in bond value as incometo
air station's Safety into its final two weeks. Local ladies' group between 9 a.m. and the child. duled to end today, has been
Officer, Charles Able, will campaign key men will end their 3 p.m. each workday.. The clubis extended through June 17,
represent NAS Jax at a safety concentrated efforts to discuss charging 50 cents extra per Establish IntentAs In a letter to all participatingunits

and health conference May 11 bonds with everyone aboard base tag with proceeds going to its protection for the taxpayer, RAdm. Robert J. Stroh
at Marietta, Ga. charity projects. of commander Fleet Air Jackson-
June 14. a copy the initial return, establishing -
To be held at the Lockheed ville, and president of the Jack-
intent, should be retained -
f Georgia Company, the meeting Although the new Interest rate Dental Program for sonville Auxiliary, Navy Relief
in later
possible proof
deal with the of will reduce the original cost of
will "The
provisions Society, wrote, extention is
Scheduling for dental that the interest has been
I the McNamara O'Hara Service bonds and shares, the new rates appointments years considered necessary to compen-
.
for eligible children reported.The
Contract Act (MOSCA), accordIng have not been announced to date. sate for the delay encountered in
whose birth month Is
Robert C. Tice, regional Among advantages of series E sponsor's and
i to obtaining distributing mater-
June Is continuing at the Dental initial return establishes
director of Occupational Safety, bonds are: ials necessaryforconductingthecampaign.
Department. Children of active intent and no further returns
U. S. of Labor. back $4 for .
Department You get every
duty and retired military personnel need to be filed as long as
"The MOSCA applies gen- $3 invested, plus additional interest who are bona fide dependents the child's total income is less Lt. W. F. Habermann, drive'
erally to government contracts, if held longer than the treasurer, reported only five organizations ,
and between the ages of six than $GOO, annually. No tax will
the principal purpose of which is seven year maturity period. had turned Incam-
and 23 are eligible. Appoint- be due at maturity if the bond
to furnish services in the United You can't lose Savings
a paign receipts through Monday.
be made the
ments may by spon- interest, plus other income,
States through the use of service Bond They will be replaced by Commands include
reporting
sor or spouse at the dental ap- comes to less than $900 ($600
employees. the government if lost, destrpyed pontment desk during normal personal exemption; plus $300 Navy Finance Office, $44.70;

Seventy five per cent of the or stolen. working hours. At that time they standard deduction.) Fleet Weather Facility $56.55; 1
service contracts In the countryare Tax advantages include E will be given a definite appoint- Assuming the child never exceeds Naval Air Technical Training
Issued by the Department of bonds are exempt from local and ment and furnished necessary the $900 income figure Center (including Marine Aviation -
Defense. Contracts In Florida state taxes and federal tax maybe materials and instructions. No for any year, the total interest Detachment) $948.50; NAS
total 391 with a value of deferred until the bonds are telephone appointments can be accural on his bonds will be Sanford $360.89 and the Naval

$323,881,000. h J., Yo wzlLap J!I!t redeemed. made. tax free when he cashes them. Air Rework Facility with$391.61. .
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Editorial View Point r I I.E.C Divine.: 5s, r.'. ,iG S



ROMAN CATHOLIC


Education PaysIn St. Edwards Chapel


SUNDAY MASS9a.m..
Many WaysSeveral DAILY MASS ----11:30a.m.

SATURDAY MASS -, 9 a.m.
CONFESSIONS5 p.m.-
months ago a service oriented publication carried a 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. -
story about an enlisted man who had earned a college degree and 7:30 p.m.
further advanced his education by way of in service technical.. and K TUESDAYSingle
academic courses. L Young Catholic Organ-
In a later issue of the publication a letter to the editor accused ization - 7:30
this educated enlisted man of decreasing his value to the service and p.m.

wasting his time. It maintained that the man's college degree prob- U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
ably wouldn't help him progress through the enlisted ranks nor
gain warrant or commissioned status. S
Nothing could be further from the truth! SUNDAY MASS- - -8 a.m.

The man who devoted his off duty hours to furthering his ., -" ...,- SUNDAY SERVICE10.
education demonstrated that he had the initiative, desire for self -
improvement and tenacity sought and desired in leaders whether READY.TO HELP .. Navy Relief Society Nurse Mrs. Ruby B. PROTESTANTAll
officer or enlisted. Tate checks her notes before making a hospital visit. The

The viewpoint expressed by the critic of education, fortunately, services of, the Navy Relief Nurse are available to all Navy Saints Chapel

not prevalent. The majority of Armed Forces personnel realize and Marine personnel and their dependents upon doctors' SUNDAY
that a good education has become a necessity our modern military Divine Worship Service -
requests.
establishment.
10 a.m.Junior .
Youth Fellowshlp5 -
tY ADVANCING HIS Navy Relief Services p.m.
',t4
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-, CAREER '' Bldg 722 ,

THRU New mothers often have ques- During 1967 Mrs. Tate made Senior Youth Fellowship--

Off OUTYEDUCATION tions about how to care for their 2,401 contacts including 828 visits WEDNESDAYSenior 6:30 p.m.
first child and need instructionand to homes of new mothers and Choir
guidance after coming home 1,246 hospital visits. And duringthe Rehearsal -

from the hospital. Providing such first quarter of this year, 7:30 p.m.
instruction is just one of the many Mrs. Tate made 171 visits to THURSDAYYoung
services offered by the Navy Relief mothers of new born babies and Adult Club 7 p.m.
#
Society. 270 hospital visits. Bldg 722Christian
doctors' Mrs. Science Service
Upon requests,
The services of the Navy Re- Tate also administers medicalcare 8 p.m. Bldg #751.
* *
lief Society Nurse are availableto to Navy and Marine per-
all Navy and Marine person- sonnel and their families in their DO YOiJrt SHARE
r. nel and their dependents. The homes.

services are performed under This is just one of the many
Whether your course of study is directly related to your military the supervision of the obstetricaland services in which Navy Relief

assignment -- such as personnel administration or management, pediatric branch of the med- Society is ready to lend a help- U $ Savings Bonds
ical service at the NAS Naval
data processing or computer programming is one that broadens ing hand to you or someone you
your general knowledge and viewpoint, it will help you to be a more Hospital. know.In. New Freedom Shares
useful and productive member of the military establishment, the
These duties include visits to
community and the country. new mothers while in the hos-
You gain by increasing your education and preparing yourself for pital, conducting post natal class- Defense Department Gives
more responsible and rewarding assignments. When you do not I
ed for the home care of their
further your. education and seek to improve yourself, you waste
. new babies and, making home Outline of Hubbell Plan
time and opportunity -- rare commodities indeed. visits by request of doctors and
You can never tell how a good education ,can help you in the mothers.
, future. College courses that you can,. pick up in your off duty a special report of the The maximum promotiontime
hours may prove to be the most rewarding hours you have ever Navy Relief Nurse Mrs. RubyB. "Commanders Digest," the for fully qualified personnel -
spent. Tate visits new mothers in Defense Department has outlined be four months' active ser-
Don't let anyone tell you that higher education doesn't pay. their homes, when requested,and findings of the Hubbell Pay vice to E 2 and 12 months'
Try furthering your education and see for yourself how self gives Instructions on the routine Review, a comprehensive studyof active service to E 3. This
improvement helps. (AFPS) care of baby's skin, navel cord, the military pay schedule. promotion schedule can assure
correct method of sterilization, Findings and recommendations earnings gains in line with thoseof
' and feeding of solid food beforethe concerning active duty compen- the single male high school
A Grain of Salt six week check up.Habit. sation have been completed by the graduate of the same age who
special task force that has been is employed full time in the
conducting the review under the civilian economy over the same
,; By ,Cdr. Vincent J. Mahoney, CHCIf ,, direction of the assistant Secre- period.
tary of Defense since March 1966. Assistance Act

some day, men of a new age of science can recapture all the Under the Hubbell Plan, two allowances Dependents be continued as a
' sounds of the past, among those they would find are these words, pay methods are recommended supplemental payment to the 16
"You should be the salt of the earth." It would certainly seem that one for careerists and one for of the noncareer group
percent
man, of all creatures, could contribute more to life on this earth forming.When noncareer members. In the non- who have dependents. Noncareer
than his counterpart creatures among the birds in the air, the fish career group would be all persons members in grade E -' 5 would
in the sea, and the animals in the field. For, if even the hail and. in pay grades E -1 through 5 be added to those eligible,for the
the flowers reflect the glory of God, how much more so should the with total active duty commit- Dependents. Assistance allow-
works of man. ments of less than six years. All allowances wouldbe
These
All work can be a mirror of God's greatness as can all recrea- ... other enlisted members and all ances.adjusted periodically to reflect -
tion, sorrow and even death. All your work in offices or hangars -- warrant officers and commis- increases in rental costs.In .
all doctors, bartenders, housekeepers, ball players and sailors -- sioned officers would make up
all can turn their work into praise of Almighty God.If the career group. order that compensation of
a pool of stagnant water can be drawn upward by the rays of Fifty two per cent of all per- the noncareer group can be kept
the sun, and, in the mysterious chemistry of God's ways, can some sonnel fall in the noncareer abreast of the economy and in
day become as a flake of immaculate snow, how much more can group. Eighty per cent will serve line with career enlisted compensation -
our routine, humdrum activities be ennobled and spiritualized, only one term; 84 per cent are it is recommended
provided we bring to them the recollection of Someone Who saw single and the average age is 20. that:
apostolic zeal in a few grains of salt. Everything good that we do So that military service would Noncareer compensationbeadjusted
in this life can pay eternal dividends in the next. May it be so not impose an economic penalty annually. Such adjust-
with all who read these words. on typical members of the non- ment should be equal to the average -
career group the task force increase in career enlisted -

has recommended: compensation over the same
*
-- you stack one U.S. Savings The average residual income -, period. Dependents AssistanceAct
(pay after necessities) of allowances be adjusted::
Bond
J A X AIR" NeWS: : it becomes a on habit top that's of another toughto all military noncareer members periodically and as necessary to
exceed the average residual income keep them in line with changesin
break and hard to beat- of the single male l high rental costs in the civilian
especially if save school graduate of the
The JA\ AIR NEWS is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper you Month same age economy.
distributed each Thursday at the II. S. Naval Air Station less way on the Bond-a- employed full time in the civilian Next week we take a look at
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt I'ublishinq Company Plan where you bank or Payroll economy over the same period. the career group pay schedule.P.iit .
a private firm. AM Copy submitted for use 'in the lAX AIR Savings where work. I
you
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box
2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00( noon on Monday before pub Sign up. Today. Residual Income Comparison Civilian
and
lication. News items arc welcomed from all sources Telephone Between Military
772 3IIS/ or J9.| | )
US.Savings Bonds, Civilian High
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries new Freedom Shares Years of Service Age Military School Graduate
concerning such should be directed to: J .19 $1,202 $1,198

The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. 2 20 1,522 1,296

Jacksonville. Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 3: 21 1,985 1,393
4 22' 2,403 1,474

The U.S. Government dot* not f\
VOL. 26 NO. II JUNE 6, 1968 pay for this advtrti tmtnt. It It *;;$'.!'
pretenttd an a pnMi' terrier (n Cumulative
cooperation Httk the TrrlH1lr" -. $7.112 $5,358
Department and The,t+"rttill. 1l1' :
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I Hurricane Season Arrives ',t ii::.: 7'1


You Should Be PreparedMother ;*L: ,"' < 1, '4' ,.i ,
l : ::\ : Nature's wickedest it could be because of their vestigating the feasibility mod "t': ft; > \
daughters are preparing for their "naughtiness"; but it's probably ifying clouds and tropical storms. I', act? k I
annual fling now that their"com- because a young-at-heart and
romantic weather man thought it Precautions For You
ing out" season makes its appearance ..
each year between June was a nice Idea.SemiPermanent. Perhaps someday science will
1 and November 30, within which / Roster be able to control the worst of
time the ladies of the notorious what Nature breeds; but, in the
clan do their best to reck havoc Whatever the reason, a semi- meantime It would pay to know
galore among residents of the permanent roster of four sets what to do in case of a hur .1 \
Carribbean and Atlantic coasts. of names for hurricanes was"in- ricane. There are certain pre- 1 e
Although they spend most of troduoe'd by the Weather Bureauin cautions which should be taken 4
their debute season in quiet repose 1960, intended for use on a before one of the tropical disturbances -
seemingly making plans for reciprocal basis. Names are hits,and one could very
the destruction of mankind and substituted for every tropical likely hit the area,you're in now.
his works, when the 'naughty disturbance which has a major
ladies start kicking up their effect on the United States in Don'f Panic/ /
heels '-- fortunately, only one- which case the name of the mal- The first thing to remember
at-a-time, usually -- they really icious madam is retired for 10 is not to be overconfident of
know how to kick, losing all semblance years. your safety in a hurricane --
of ladylike manners and Record Setters DON'T PANIC. Local weather
cavorting like a clever, unpredictable bureaus always issue instruc-
..'herd of mastadons on Winds in hurricanes have been tions and periodic reports over
the rampage through a field nicely recorded at speeds l higher than the radio and TV before and dur- "a
stacked; with hay. 175 m.p.h. (Hurricane Clara, ing such storms so it would pay S-

Why Women's Names? Texas and Louisiana coasts in to have a portable: radio with ., _''>.Ir,_ .. """ I
September of 1961)) but even this fresh batteries. Also, don't for-
They're given names, accord- cannot completely accurate get to have enough batteries on Coasters to Appear at Navy Clubs \
ing to the National Geographic since the high winds often disable hand to supply your flashlights.
Society, In order to avoid error wind-measuring equipment. In all probability, electric power COASTING WITH THE COASTERS-The Famous Coasters,
in the transmission of vital information Project/ Storm fury will fail during a hurricane.Tn whose million record sellers of Searchin. Yakety Yak, Char
between widely scat- spite of the tremendouswind
tered stations, ;?hips at sea and This year, the Navy i is once speeds inside a hurricane, lie Brown Poison Ivy, Little Egypt, and Young Blood were
hurricane-hunting planes that fly again joining forces with the Air the body of such a storm always heard on juke boxes throughout the country, will appear at
into the center of storms as Force and Weather Bureau in a moves slow, so you'll have plenty the following Enlisted Men's Clubs: On Sunday, June 16, The
well as to reduce confusion if studious game of tag with the of time to make preparations.Take Bluejackets, HAS Jax, and on Monday, June 17, at the Beacon -
blustery belles. Working under
two or more hurricanes occurat Cecil Field. Admission will be $.50 i
the name of Project Stormfury, down those TV antennas at per person on
What the same is the time.reason for wo aircraft will be flying around too, and put up storm shut- each night. ,
and ters if you have them.
over into the hurricanes in-
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men's names Who knows --
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Civilian PromotionOpportunities ,


Civil Service News Open ,


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Merit promotion opportunities cepted through the close of busi
currently open for receipt of application ness June 24.
are listed below. The MPB No. 98 68 Communi :
Civilians Recieve Job HikesThe area of consideration and closing cations Equipment Operator, GS- ,
date of each is shown. 5; MPB No. 99 68 Industrial
following Naval Air gement spec., GS 5.; 00.: Kidd Comptroller MPB No. 72 67 Plan D Engineering Technician GS -7 or
Station, Naval Air Rework inventory management spec., Grade levels GS 4 and below; 9. Area of consideration: Sixth (
Facility, FAETU, Navy Finance GS 5.; W. E. Smith Super- C. E. Robinson, payroll clerk, MPB No. 79 67 Plan C All Naval District. Applications
Office, Naval Hospital and Naval visor supply clerk, GS 5, GS 4.; C.W.Crowder, accounts semi skilled positions pay level be accepted through the close of
Ordnance Test Unit employeeshave F. Brown, supply clerk; GS 4.; maintenance clerk, GS-4W.W.; 7 and below; MPB No. 83 67 business June 17.
been promoted in accordance J. P. Davis, supply clerk, GS4 French, supervisors account Plan B .All skilled positionspay MPB No. 101 68 Clerk, GS4. -
with the station's Merit ; P. W. Moore, supply data maintenance clerk, GS 5; level 8 and above. Area of consideration: Naval
A. E.
Promotion Program: assistant, GS 6.; J. Cowart, Whalen, management ana- Area of consideration: NAS, Hospital. Applications will be
C. L. McKinley, mechanical F. Brown, supply clerk,'GS 4; lyst, GS 11; and J. G. Fancek, NARF NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, accepted through the close of
Engineering Technician, 'GS -7; J. P. Davis, supplyclerk, GS4; budget analyst, GS 5. Navy Commissary Stores, Navy business June 13.
P. C. Bowers, supervisory' P. W. Moore supply data assistant Weapons Dept. Recruiting Station, Jax. Appli- MPB No. 102 67 Management

craft examiner; M. S. Scray, GS 6; J. Cowart, W. E. Dennett, clerk, GS 4. cations for these positions will Technician, GS 7 or 9, Temp.,
budget analyst, GS 9; V. N. supervisory supply data assis- be accepted at any time. A sep- NTE one year. MPB No. 103 -
Lafolette, electrical technician, tant, GS 7; R. Welsh, supply Naval Hospital arate application must be filed 68 Supvsy. Invetory Management
GS 9.; A. J. ,Lukaszewski, data assistant, GS 6; M. M. G. G. Friedman, teller(typing) for each position in which Specialist, -GS 9. Area of
electrical technician GS 9 P.
Schemer, electrical ,technician; Gross, secretary (typing) GS-4; GS 4; and T. Cowart, purcl acing interested. consideration: NAS. NARF,
GS 9; J. W. Harrell electrical G. W. Lowery, Jr., supply data agent (typing) GS 5. MPB No. 158 67 Industrial COMFAIRJAX, NAKTU Navy
Engineer GS 5 7 9 and
11.
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assistant, GS 6; and R. L. Commissary ores, Navy Recruiting -
technician, GS 7; W. McKinney Ordnance Test ShopJ. Area of consideration: Nation-
Marshall, Inspectory (household Statioi., Jax. Applica-
sandblaster C. E. Ap-
;
M. Webber ( wide. Applications will be accepted -
goods shipments.) secretary typing tions will be accepted throughthe
pleby, supervisory mathematician ) GS 5; and H. J. Cummings until the needs of the services close of business June 13.
GS R. E. Hair Public Works
; 12.; are met and will be
GS con-
clerk 4.
typist, -
All be
Physical science technician, GS- P. A. Wright planner and estimator sidered as received. applicants must careeror
7 D. L. ( P. W. mechanical Navy FinanceM. career conditional em-
; Perry, assistant pro- systems MPB No. 94-68 Electronics
duction controlman; C. F. Pad- ), N. F. Rogers, electrical G. Mulling, teller, (typing), Technician, GS 7 or 9. Areaof ployees of the Federal govern-
gett, assistant production con- engineering technician, GS 9.; GS 5.. consideration: Sixth Naval ment. Applications for these
trolman; E. J. McCully assis- W. F. Barnett, Jr., foreman FAETUC. District. Applications will be positions should be filed with IRD,
Beckhman, and Box 22, NAS, Jax., Fla. 32212.
tant production controlman; B. (leadingman) maintenance; C. projection accepted through the close of
Siegel, production controlman; J. Golden, machinist; W. E. sound equipment mechanic. business June 12. For further information regarding -
Davis, foreman (leadingman) SecurityG. these positions see the copies
MPB No. 96-68 Supervisory ,
; electrician; J. M. Hulbert general Lucente, firefighter (gen- General Engineer GS 13. of the bulletins or announcementsor
duction controlman; W. A.Kirk- foreman (transportation equipment eral) GS-4 and W. W. Easter- Area of consideration: Nation- call Ext. 2320, rating and '
land, production controlman; J. maintenance) and J.H. ling, detective, GS 6. wide. Applications will be ac- examining branch, IRD, NASJax.
B. Heaton, machinist and S. S. Duff, power plant controlman.

Bradshaw, progressman.Also .
W. F.Robertsmachinist, FAMILY ROOMS FAMILY ROOMS FAMILY ROOMS FAMILY ROOMS FAMILY ROOMS FAMILY ROOMS
V. F. Howe, toolmaker; E. M. m
Fulmer, toolmaker; F. H. Gica- 3 i
lone, inspector; H. S. Burkhardt, Bellair Homes
assistant production control-
man; W. H. Farwell, produc-
tion controlman AIC metalsmith;

G. B. Kane, foreman (leadingman :! are in aLL gx
) airframes mechanic; V.

T. O'Conner, general foreman; -
W. C. Felix, foreman (leading-
man) A/C electricians; C. F. m .
gates, foremanleadingman( ) A/C iO
electrician; T. E. Jordan, air- fa4WoJ ( 3
craft metals worker; G. B. Bla- )

lack, foreman (leadingman) air-
craft electrician; C. F. Pacetti 1 '
aircraft loftsman. J. J. OModslC
Deinlein, machinist; N. F. fl 0

Blasioli, machinist; D.M.Mani- 10 BIG new models
kas clerk typist GS 3.; A. LL
L. Harden, aircraft lostfman andS m
C. Miller, machinist.
Supply with GIANT
N. J. Sylvia, inventory maga- rJ
gement spec., GS 7.; M. E. g
Lotz, inventory managementspec. Model C 10 ,,
., GS 7; R. B. Burnett, Family I Rooms!
From the spacious sunken family room in front to the g
inventory managementspec.GS- z light and breezy back porch, here Is Florida living at X
7 D. M.
Cummings,
; super- Its best! Large Bedrooms, 2 full baths, walk in closets HLL
visor supply clerk, GS 5.; and a bid foyer are also yours In the new C 10. $12,00016,000
W. N. Wiedecker inventor man- m

agement spec., GS 7; B. J. Clay County's Only Completely PLANNED COMMUNITY!! 3o :

clerk L'Orange GS, -supervisory 5; L. P. Richburg supply, :BELL.A.IR: :: r.

supervisor inventory management -

specialist, GS 9.; J. Kri- )- HO E :BTJILIDEIRS.: INC: c
fka, inventory management spec.,
:J You are cordially Invited to 'Inspect our homes lit your eonven"nce$ g
GS G. H. inventory -
5 Kennerly,
; X 10 A.M. to De"' Travel l South on Blinding. Boulevard (Hwy. *21) 3a
management spec., rnLL
GS 7.; and J. C. Oates, supervisory -
inventory management m I
specialist, GS 8. :.-
Also J. B. Pollard, supply Xo
clerk, GS 5; I. L. Dennett, r'x -
supply clerk, GS 4.; K. J. o
clerk, GS 5
Kinble, supply. ; :D
L. T. Kimble, inventorv manaJAX'S 0 )IX .
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ing-a huge 19 foot family room is a dream come true In roomy closets plus a free separate dining room. Why
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June 6, 1968
i o JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


Jax Navy Wives Club #86


I

Celebrates 21st Birthday

RvJan Mercuric

Jax -- Growing from a small The club has sent fresh milkto
get together of Navy Wivesto servicemen and boxes of cloth-
a nationally recognized organization ing to an orphange In Vietnam"
Jacksonville Navy Financial aid to a family that
Wives Club # 86 is now in its lost its home in fire,donated lay
22nd year. ettes to needy service familiesand
The club observed its anniversary ward parties at the Naval
with a luncheon honoring Hospital here are other projects
past presidents of the club which have been conducted by

r !I Capt. Martin J. Stack, NAS CO, the local club.

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was guest speaker.Jax Each year the club packs and
Navy Wives Club was organized distributes Thanksgiving and
,\ in January 1947 and received Christmas baskets to needy fami-
:,"" charter in the national
a
lies in the area. It donates to
Navy Wives Club OrganizationIn Duval County Welfare and pays
a May of that year. tuition fees for one or two child-
The first project started by ren at the Pinecastle School for
2 2tlpw
the local club was the opening of Retarded Children In Jackson-
the station nursery, which later ville.
and -
became a nursery kindergarten
)J class for children of enlistedmen The Jacksonville' Navy Wives
e i. and officers here. Club # 86 Is kept busy with its
r Soon after the club was in full projects. Every member of the
.. F operation, the members began club is a volunteer, and every
sewing and knitting classes, member volunteers to do her
', cooking lessons for new brides part. As stated by Club Presi-
1''f' u :, and an assistance program for dent Marie Bennett, "All activities -
/ Navy families. of this club were made
oiII< '
., ; Since then the club's membershiphas possible by the interest and, par-
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grown and they have taken on ticipation of members.
ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION -- Celebrating the 21st anniversary of Jax Navy Wives Club a larger variety of activities.In .
#86 are (I to r) Cdr. L.A. Menard, club sponsor, and past presidents Mrs. Henry Wernett, 1926- the past five years, the club Members of the Jax Navy Wives
I 63, ,Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, 1964-65, Mrs Barney Meyer, 1957 Mrs. William Reese, 1955-56 and has donated more than $8,000 to Club /#; 86 live up to the Navy
Mrs., J. Weiss, 1947. and HAS Commanding Officer Capt. Martin J. Stack, and the club's cur various charities. Its members Wives Club of America'smotto
rent oresident Mrs. Thomas Bennett. -."'_- ._ have organized a local Navy : "To promote a friendly
Servicemen's Group Life In- Wives Scholarship Foundation, and sympathetic relationship between -
surance policies are extended adopted and supported a foster its members and extend all
for 120 days after discharge at child in Greece, assisted in the possible aid to needy families as
no cost to the insured. Policiescan well as member of the club that
Relief and the AmericanRed
Need I be converted at regular Navy may need assistance*
money rates during that time. Cross.


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people every year. Get a Traveloan from Household NOT NEW SHOP -- Members of Jax Navy Wives Club #86 volunteer to work in the Not New

Finance. Shop, selling anything from clothing to household goods. The proceeds made go to charity. I
At HFC, we'll tell you in advance what your Traveloanwill Preparing items for sale are (I to r) Mrs. Greg Lucus, Mrs. Stanley Cottrill, Mrs. Joseph Mol-
cost.. and we'll spell it out in dollars and cents. No doon, Mrs Thomas Bennett and Mrs. William Jones.
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Ind., officially became Grissom 1967, at Cape Kennedy, Fla.,
Cash MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS AFB May 12, honoring the along: with two fellow astro- '
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SIOO 5.93 7,29 10.07 $18.48 Grissom, one of the original. Cdr. Roger B. Chaffee, in a .1
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sentry dog. Brandy, guard
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1;- H $d 6W [ NATTC Behind the Scenes

,4 k L : By June Goff

Brazilian Naval officer Lt. gave a 21-gun salute at the cere-
Durval A. Da Costa reported to mony, whipe taps were sounded
iM"I
$ xt d 14S" f NATTC on May 27 to observethe by two Marine buglers.The Lanc-
systems used in the Naval ers color guard also participatedin
schools here. He will observe the services held at Memorial
k ps it w classes in AE (A) School for Gardens which were sponsoredby
three weeks and AEI ((8)) School the Fleet Reserve Association
for one week.Lieutenant. Branch 126.
DaCosta has serv- In observance of Memorial
ed 14 years in the Brazilian Navy. Day, the Color Guard also par-
k Before entering the service, he ticipated in a flag raising cere-
attended public and private schoolstwo mony held in the Sam Wolfson
years of naval college,and Baseball Park prior to the open-
4 three years at the Naval Academy ing game between the Jackson-
YiL in Brazil. ville Mets and Louisville. (The
After completion of one monthof Louisville team beat the Mets in
observation at NATTC, Lt. an eight to four game.) .

k Da Costa will go to Lakehurst, *
N. J., for five weeks further
training. He will then return to 'Sunday the Color Guard partici-
Brazil, where he will be in pated in a dedication ceremony,
charge of a school of the Bra- of the Holy Family Shrine, located -
: zilian Navy. on the grounds of the San
? Jose Catholic Church. Guest
NATTC's Jaxon Lancers par- speaker at the dedication of the
-- ticipated in Memorial Day serv- $50,000 shrine was Rev. Leo
; r SY ices held in Memorial Gardens, Clifford, a Franciscan priest
Orange Park. The rifle squad from Ireland.


Civics OK For CPO's On Ships

# r-:'!' .- ... .,

NEW OFFICERS ELECTED The newly elected officers for the Jacksonville Officer's Wives The Navyhas authorized senior nior chiefs while leaving,or returning -
Club are left to right (seated) Sally Buyers, corresponsing secretary and Jean O'Neil, treasurer and master chiefs to have civil- to their ships applies-
(standing) Marie Malloy, second vice president, Jean Knapp, first vice president, Helen ian clothes in their possession only within the 50 United States
Graves, president and Madge Dusenberry recording secretary. while on board ships in U.S. and does not extend to include
naval activities in foreign coun-

ports.The new privilege, which was tries or foreign ports.
NARTU News and Views
effective June 1, will be on a one-
year probation, after which time
the Commander's In Chief of the
t By Skip Fairfield The squadron is under the Thomas Jr. was accepted into Atlantic and Pacific Fleets will
NARTU Public Affairs command of Cdr.Donald Everett, the Reserves First Program. make a survey of participatingunits'
who in civilian life is a Miami Under this program he will attend and decide if the privilege
NARTU's VP 741 recently businessman. Nearly half of thesquadron's boot camp at NAS Memphis should be permanent.The .
completed two weeks active members are from in August, then attend Photo- high rated chiefs are authorized -
duty for training at NAS Willow the Jacksonville. area.. graphic itA"School in Pensacola. to wear civilian clothes
i Grove, Pa., and at Jacksonville. He will then serve two years while leaving or returning to
While at Willow Grove, more AEC Thomas J.Gerhardt,CPO with the fleet. their ships while waiting trans-
than 100 members of the squadron in charge of the Naval Air There are many more open- portation after permission to
completed a two -week Anti- Reserve Training Detachment ings in the First Program for leave the ship has been given
. Submarine Warfare School in (NARDT), Miami,visited NARTU those interested in the Naval and while on authorized leave of
I one week, and returned NARTU Saturday to watch his sonThomas Air' Reserve. For more infor- absence and liberty. *COM* TO TMMK Of IT WONfY, tai tl
I .,'. Jax for flight exercises off 'the Jr. being '''sworn into the Naval mation,'call 772-3352 and ask for The privilege of wearing civ- out WCM 116 no NMY CMSON WMYI "
MM NOT ft MM tb MAxi tTtMMCKt
coast. Air Reserve.. Chief Molino.Viet. ilian clothing$: by master and se-


': Vet OrJax dered to Exchange .

I WESCONNETTt .
'" v'
-- Lt.jg. Alan C. Gordon, Y. The sixweek course is con-
FLORIST SC, USNR, has been assignedto ducted by the Navy Ship's Store
t / the Navy Exchange at NAS as Office, which is headquarters for Yd
the assistant Navy Exchange Of- the worldwide operations of the
,
We wire Flowers ficer. He comes aboard from dutyas Navy Resale System.
:.:y. Located halfway between Cecil & NAS at assistant Supply Officer at the Exchange operations, customer -
Naval Support Activity, DaNang, services, retailing principles,
103rd
St. & Wesconnett Blvd. Vietnam.Mr. budgets, fundamentals of busi- 26kap.B.4 4
5329 WESCONNETT BLVD. Gordon is currently attending ness management, store ,layout,
the Navy Exchange Management stock control and customer motivation -
FREE DELIVERY
PHONE 771-3770
; Course in Brooklyn, N. will be some of the sub-
jects covered in depth during
these classes.

-
---'tji Lt (j.g.) Gordon


Ensign Gordon is expected to
col arrive at NAS Jacksonville short-
ly after graduation from the man-
agement course on June 28.


/tireams Women MarinesTo

: J: a Be Honored


v WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
A five-cent post card commem-
orating the silver anniversaryof

dNl.y:2uI: come trueP' been the authorized Women by Marines the Post has Of-

: fice Department, with the first (
(G day of issue scheduled for July
'
faster. 26.The 25th anniversary of the
.. Lady Leathernecks was Feb.
: 13, but two other prominentdates
still remain in the "Yearof
the Women."
June 12 is the 20th anni-
by saving regularly at... versary of the Women's Armed .
Services Integration Act, which
permitted Women Marines to
serve as regulars in peacetime.The .
,' 50th anniversary of the
I Marinettes of World War I is
'- : e August 15.Special .
ceremonies for the
first day of issue for the post
NAS FAX BLDG. 39 Tele. 384 1391 or Base Ext. 2431 card will be held in San Fran-
Hours: Moru Fri. 9:30.4:30: cisco during the national convention -
NAS CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 Tele. 771 3211, Ert. 205 of the Women Marines
Hours: Mon. Fri. 8:30.3:00 Association.




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MoviesMovies Club

will be shown .nightly vV
at the NAS Jax Theatre at 7:30:
p.m. There will also be Kiddie Schedules"O"

Matinee at 2 p.m., Saturdays anda

regular feature at 2 p.m.,
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- CLUB -- Enjoy the beef- Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd., Jacksonville,
pital Theatre will have one nightly eater's buffet from 6 9 Florida, 32210 to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
today to
feature at 7 Cecil Field arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
p.m. p.m. Mark Castle will provide publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
will have
two nightly shows dur- music tomorrow night and Johnny be received WITH the copy for the ad.Do .
ing the week at 5:30.and 8 p.m. Jelinek will be on hand Saturday

Matinees will be shown on weekends night. Tuesday will be Foreign Not Se.d Cish
at 2 and 5 .
p.m.THURSDAY Dish night and French Dishes


June 6 will night be will featured.be Family night.Wednesday Rate: MiiiMun charge ((3 lines). . . . .$2.00 .


NAS: "GUESS WHO'S COMING CPO CLUB-- Pizzas go for 750 Per additional line ((4 words per line). . . 0.50
TO DINNER", starring Spencer
today. The Bud Clark Combo will
Tracy, and Katherine Hepburn. entertain tomorrow evening. Try
Rating Excellent. ((116 min.) the seafood special for $1.25.

HOSPITAL: "MAROC star- Mark Castle will be under the
Gene BRITISH & ALL FOREIGN CAR. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE SOLID STATE STEREO
ting Barry'and Elsa Mar-
spotlight Saturday evening. Try
tinelli. Rating Very Good. Owners. Visit Performance Car, Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & RADIO COMBINATION, Multi-
the sirloin steak dinner for$1.65
((100 min.) Inc.2144 BlandingBlvd. 388-0428 FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. speed changer, dual speakers,
Saturday night and the
C. FIELD: "WHERE ANGELSGO primerib Call Powell or Mills, USN auto turn off Like new. Pay
TROUBLE FOLLOWS;; star roast for $1.95 on Sunday. '63 FIAT 4-DR SEDAN $500. Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park balance of $63 or $8 per month.
Phone 389-6085. Realty. Phone 353-1946 ask for Credit
Russell
ring Rosaling and Stella
ACEY DEUCY CLUB -- To-
Manager. Will deliver without
'-Stevens. Rating, Very Good. morrow night features Mel Gaden UNFURN. 3 BR. HOUSE W/LGE 66 VW LIKE NEW COMP- obligation. A-l Music Center.
((103 min.) and the Lazy Rhythm Girls. Sat- Rooms. $95 768-3870 1606 Main St.
mo. or LETELY Re Built Eng., Radio,
features Sam Lester and
urday 388-0696. Heater, New Carpet 771 162
FRIDAY June 7
the Confederates with John Luns-
DELRAY MANOR &
or 781 8684 After 5. 110th
NAS: "IN HARMS WAY" star- ford and the 8 Balls under the '57 THUNDERBIRD BLUE/ Karen St. New all brick homes,

ring John Wayne and Kirk Doug- spotlight on Sunday. Game nightis WHITE, Hard Top. Auto. Trans. OAK HILL PARK 3 BR, 2 AC Low 20's. Building Lots
from 6 8:30
las. Rating Excellent. ((165 Sunday. night to $1800. Call 389-7126. Bath, Assume Pymts. 7939 Available. Floyd White Bldr.
p.m. -- slacks, shorts or culots
min.) Volvo St. 771 3133. 771-5643.
are not allowed. Sunday, a buf- 14' CHRIS CRAFT RUNABOUT.
HOSPITAL GUESS WHO'SCOMING
DINNER": fet from 1200 to 9 p.m. all you Completely Refinished, Fiber- PORSCHE 1963 1600 S New PART TIME
starring
can eat for $1.25. Happy Houris bottom. 25 HP Motor Brakes & AM FMRadlo
Spencer Tracy and Katherine glass shocks MARRIED E-4's and above. Are
Hepburn. Rating Excellent. featured Monday. thru Wednesday Electric Starter, Trailer. $450. Excellent Cond.,$2300. Call 771- you having trouble making ends

((116 min.) 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Call 3897126. 8441. meet? We can work your hoursin

C. FIELD: "MAROC 7" starring FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIA- with your duty schedule.Phone .1
Gene Barry and Elsa Martin- TION Branch 91 on Collins Rd-- 68MERCEDES200 DIESEL SURFBOARD YATER 8' 10" 264-6485. ,

elli. Rating Very Good. ((100 Happy Hour is 4 5 p.m. Mon-, $1,000 off list.. Factory Warranty. no ding $75. 264-6643.

min.) day thru Friday. Sunday features EV9-5195. DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
a dance from 9 p.m. until HORSE, SADDLE and BRIDLE JOCKEY?? For information call:
SATURDAY, June 8 1 a.m. with Sam Lester and the 64 VOLVO, 1 OWNER, R & H. $300. "Crow", 'may be seenat 356 8351 Day or Night.
Confederates Excel Cond. Mrs. Ward Credit NAS Jax stables.
NAS: "ALVAREZ KELLY" star- providing the ,

ring William Holden and Janice music. Union Ext. 2431. 67 MUSTANG GREEN HDTOPR HAVE LISTINGS FOR SEVERAL

Rule. Rating Not avail- & H 3 Stick Shift Privately Owned Cars
BLUEJACKETS INN -- The HOME FOR SALE, VENETIA, Speed
.HOSPITAL able. ((124 min."IN) Camelots will entertain tonight., 3BR., 1 1/2 Bath 5 3/4<7o, Den Under guarantee 389 9750 768 3618
HARM'S WAY"starring
:
On Friday and Saturday nights W/W Carpet, Fireplace. Priced
John Wayne and Kirk
LAKE LOTS
Phil Cay will be on hand to below FHA, 3841195. 'UNFURN. APT FOR RENT 2
Douglas. Rating Excellent.((165 Santa Fe Lake.
Large lots on
min. provide the music. On Sunday Bedroom, Kit Eqpt. $90. mo.
)
the UFO's will be under SINGERS FOR $15 Terms. Call Owner 387-7379.
night / Orange Park, 264 6908 or
C. FIELD: "GUESS WHO'S COM the spotlight The Camelots Sewing Machines, left in storage. 264 2773.
ING TO DINNER starring Spencer return on Monday night,, the. Nu-, Good condition. Does everything,. FOR RENT 2BR HOUSE, FURN. I
Tracy and Katherine Hep- Sounds Tuesday night and the complete with attachments, FOR SALE 1960 PEUGUOTStn. Orange Park,temp.orpermanent'i

burn. Rating Excellent ((116 UFO's on Wednesday. Yours for storage marge $15. Wgn., 4 Cyl., overdrive, Qtrs. Will rent to bachelors. I'I

min.) each. Call 353-1946. Will deliver good transportation, orig.owner, -264-6884"
no obligation. A-l WARE- 62,000 miles. Call 389 7420 t
SUNDAY, June 9 HOUSE 1606 MAIN ST. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1
SERVICEMAN (E5)) DESIRES Otr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean

NAS: "POINT BLANK" starringLee Respectable young man to'shareone modern trailers & Apts. 389-
Marvin and Angle Dickinson. bedroom home in San Juan. 3007.

Rating Excellent. ((100 $55 mo. Phone 384 6754
min.) MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE after 7 PM. HELP WANTED .

Male Female
HOSPITAL: "ALVAREZ KELLY" HOUSE FOR SALE 5 RM or
AH Ranks All AgesLOW Part Time
starring William Holden ,
'
Small Den., A/Cond., Garg. Immediate Employment :
and Janine Rule. Rating Not RATES WAV Carpet in LR,DR,and Hall., Call 389-1744 for :

Available. ((124 min.) Heater, Concrete Drive and appointment 9 -12 A.M. .
Walks FHA Near Murray
C. FIELD "IN HARM'S WAY"
: EASY MONTHLYPAYMENTS
Hill Bank 4044 Myra Street.
starring John Wayne and Kirk
"REAL ESTATE: We will help
Douglas. Rating Excellent.((165 you Buy, Sell or Invest."
min.) ,' AUTO .FOR SALE 68 DODGE 'Bowen Real Estate, Realtor

WAGON, 440, A/Cond., PS, All USN Retired 384 1376 '
tinted glass, 318 V-8, Power
'Iioo.ro---- 1 CONTINENTAL INSURANCE Gate Window, Solid State Radio,
1 1fr 3 Chrome PART TIME JOB
Spd. Wiper, luggage
UNDERWRITERS INC. rack, Wide Oval Tires, 5,000 $40.00 to $120.00 per week.Must
miles. Call 359-3205 after 6pm. be 21, very neat. Have car. No
(I r ormt'rlx ,.Ielou) ,tull's' 'Insuroucef Experience necessary. Call Mr.

1 479 R.*s.v.!t IM. 3M-747 3 BR., 1 1/2 B. GARAGE W/ Kennis, 389-6331.

CARPORT, Fenced era. lot.
"MOTORS Coll Us Anytime Small Dwn. Payment. Assume FOR SALE KENMORE 30 Inch

1 '1 loan. 771-6397. electric range, like new, full

1 1 sized over withb roller and rotis-
1 1I fftXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXaare PIANO KIMBALL UP-RIGHT serie. $70. Call 389 7420.
Antique White, $135. 771-6397.
:
1 MONEY I It t ,

............. Cash Monthly Months i BEING TRANSFERREDMUSTSELL FOR SALE ACROSS FROM NAS
Clean 3 Br., Brick, Fla. Rm..
I I You Get Payment tel pay 3-Bedroom 1 1/2 Bath, 2 Bath, Garage,Chain Link Fence p
IN I 1 DAY Fireplace, Den Florida Room
,
163 VOLKSWAGEN '$490 I Air Cond., Central Heat., Trees.
$ H4.n S 5.00 ,4 low down payment 5638 Dan 7228 Wonder La. 388 7581. ,
162 CHEVROLET. $390 Drive, Oak Hill Park. 771-5251--

162 TEMPEST. $290, I $25 to $600ARRANGED 219.27 13.00 24 FHA SERVICEMAN (E5)) DESIRES

62 RENAULT. $240 ; 320.79 19.00 24 Respectable Service man to share
66 MERCURY MONTEREY 2 one bedroom home in San Juan.
161 VOLKSWAGEN $440 27.51 25.00 24 $55 Phone 384 6754.
I DR H. T., AT, V-8, PB, PS, mo.
160 VOLKSWAGEN $390 500.51 29.00 24 R & H, Fact/Air, WW, Excellent After 7 PM.

.1 II Cond.; 1850. 768 9464.
FOR SALE CHEAP!! 600.00 3..39. 24 LIKE NEW CAMPER ON 3/4
\ BY PHONE ton truck. Sleeps 4. $1600.Phone
I I 771-5920.;
........... Is Payments include inceresc.
CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONSWe WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near
s? : We Buy-SeII.Finance16S66Normandy Invite all members to inspect NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900
-DiaL FINANCE COMPANY our repossessed autos for blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and
sale. Call Mr. Madison Base
: Unfurn. Apts. All new paint,2BR,
; 4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384-2314 Ext. 2431 or 384 5941. LR, Kit Furn Nook Park 2 1
I Boulevard I cars, water & sewage & garbage
356-0735 \
241 WEST FORSYTH ST. DIAL
2 BR & DEN NICELY FURN., incl. only $85 mo. for unfurn.
7814978L.I I 5256 BEACH BOULEVARD DIAL 359-2895 Newly Dec., Fenced yd. Blk to Call 387-2541, nites and weekends -

bus & shop. $138. 387-5016 Call 3890744. .. -




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'Pace 10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER ,



I: Library Notes VA174 Yeoman'


By Sharon Arnold ti ,' : ,")>2" 'Mighty Mite

CECIL -- Remember the familiar ture and is air conditioned. And ,
<-:
Vietnam
song ... "School's out, most important, an excellent selection In
teachers of books in all fields. .N ;
school's out, no more a
no more books..." Well, it's true Some of the latest additionsare CECIL--This air station is for-

that school will be out this'week : .', tunate and should be proud of

for the summer vacation, but AIRPORT by A. Hailey. This the many Vietnam Veterans serving -
there are lots and lots of books : here, both "Blackshoe" and
novel goes into the daily "inside" < ,;; } "
for young people at the station ) i.t. < "Airdale.
life of an airport, reveal- t :
library yh, re ,; There are many who could fit
ing things, humorous and / ,
many '" ..., of "Mission Im
"Aero roll
On Monday, June 10,the dramatic, that the passenger is ( 1 < : :,.t4 ."i$ into the
Space" summer reading programfor of. ""'I .4t4 >.1-'. possible" with realistic action
unaware
,. 5 4aii and almost make
and
youngsters will get underway, > 4.St "./.," experience
and will continue all summer. THE: TOWER OF BABELbyM.West. '< 1 :. tit :;. the TV version look routine.

Bring the youngsters by anytimethe A novel of the Middle Easton r I \/ -: ,.l."N': Among the many men that have
library is open and register the brink of the Six-Day War. /.", ..,' ,/,1iI''::;.2 '. f. -.s; :nJ} served in Southeast Asia is 5 ft.
them for the reading club. : A ( '\ 3 in., 145 lb., Yeoman 1st Class
'
ENDLESS NIGHT by A. Chris- ; : ', k'' \:
They will receive a folder to -<,<. Leon Vernon Royce.
'I :;. "
'< ;..
and their tie. The master of crime story- r 1 ", ;\! I" ',' : The history of Vernon's Viet-
record their reading is' back with somethingnew ,, ,,, :: ; ; ,,; > ,, :Jr'f. >,
name will be placed on a wall telling and extraordinarilyexcitina. :4i.'. ,,"! :}..."..' if::,;>" U '., nam experience goes somethinglike
chart in the library. As each this. Royce, reported aboard

book is read, the child's name THE GOD MACHINE by M. Marcus George the Navy Research and Devel-
is advanced on the chart. Upon Cadin. Suspense and chillingly opment Unit, Vietnam, (NRDUV -
completion of the program cer- possible Science Fiction as Steve Two Hornets Receive ) in September 1966. In early
tificates will be held this sum- Rand tries to outwit the giant October, after volunteering, he
mer, times and dates will be computer he helped build--that was assigned to Cat Lo to assist -
announced later. is now taking over the world. in the' 'evaluation of the
Summer reading for adults can" Awards for AprilCecil Personnel Air Cushion Vehicle

be fun also. Come and see our GREAT TRUE SPY STORIESby (P ACN.)

completely renovated library fa- Allen Dulles (ed.). They are -- ADJ3 Gerald E. Mar- Cecil --AMH1 Jerry A.George In the first part of 1967, one
located in Bldg #24. (Nur- all true stories -- but many of interest
cities cus was recently named Attack is Attack Squadron Forty-Four's particular project was
sery Bldg.) The library has beautiful read like the wildest kind- of Squadron Forty Four Plane Bluejacket of the Month for April. the construction and evaluation of

Captain of,the Month for April. Commander Joe D. Adkins, AN/UQS-19 Sonar which is usedas
thriller.A commanding officer, presented a an anti-mine/anti-swimmer
.: Since reporting to the Line plaque and letter of commendation device. Royce's initial task was

Division, Marcus has consistently to George which read in to get all the gear together,
demonstrated his professional part: "Your tireless devotion to which consisted of obtaining 10
f i. proficiency. Because of ability duty and leadership ability dummy mines from Nha Be, 12

he has constantly displayed, he continually reflect the attributesso 'radar reflectors from Vung Tau,

,, .. was designated assistant Plane two water mines at
the picking
;;e.wm, }: i};": necessary to ensure success up
f a'r.3ipf''y: .;: :; '?: Captain Training Petty Officer. of You seek Cat Lo and taking them to Binh
".:# 4. ; ;i r 4'ltki': :; p..:n }i'i.i today's Navy.
S
?s.g' Since accepting this additional constantly to improve your tech Thuy. Continuing Royce went on

responsibility, Marcus con. nical And professional knowledge, with the task of picking up 4
4ti C u tributed significantly to the train even under the stress of demand- inert VC mines from the Explosive -
ing of new plane captains. On ing operational commitments.It Ordnance Team (EOD)

numerous occasions, his cour- is apparent to all that your in Saigon along with 25 concrete
teous manner and selfdisciplinewhile anchors.
military bearing is outstanding.Your
52; 4r assisting plane captain courteous manner and good Next came the task of gettingall
trainees was observed and favorably the together at Binh
humor promote a strong feelingof gear
v':', M!%,. ;y.:; remarked upon by his teamwork, and continually tend Thuy. This part of the missionby

,r; juniors and supervisors alike. to enhance squadron marale.. Royce, navigator, operator,
f.y ;
,.., : ., Your performance is and driver was accomplished via
exceptional
,
,
$o u : ;7@xy:1; ; .t {ai>4.s.t y'y< .y ';.x r y z' Marcus Is married to the former -
Lindal Lee Distefano of Lin- noted with extreme pleasures. LST, LCPL, PER, jeep, and

thicum, Maryland. The Mar- George is married to the former truck, and at one point "hitch, ,
-
cus's have two children, Gerald Hazel Sawyer of Mayo; N. C. hiking.

Jr., 14 months and Tammy, 3 The couple has a daughter During the evaluation I phase
.+a. months. Sherry. Petty Officer Royce skippereda
swimmer support boat (SSB)'
from
NW (Continued!
}..y,.rte' and assisted in laying minefield.
Fionaa License i ags )
last week) Another duty experienced by
n <;. 'f; v ..;
s Q. I have read in the Florida tary families in this situation to Leon was a River Patrol Boat
Drivers Handbook that Florida register their cars, but by Attorney mission with the SeaAirLandSEAL

licenses and tags must be pur- General opinion this is not ( ), Team.
chased when children are en- deemed to apply to non resi- Royce, a native of Portsmouth,
rolled in Florida Public Schools.Does dent military families stationedin Ohio enlisted in the Navy March

AT JACKSONVILLE N.A.S..American's this apply to me? Florida. 1954, and is married to the
Q. My car is registered in former Roberta J. Royal also of

A. Assuming you have not another state, but I want obtain Portsmouth.
.. Travel Loin Plan Is specially suited to till needs of mllltao
of
established Florida Some Royce's
residency on Florida previous duty
a driver's license.: CanI
families. You can let cash In advance for an unexpected trip or special'
vacation. And, you can get cash wfelle you're, away. if you find you need some other basis, enrolling your do this? stations are, NTC Great Lakes,
extra funds, see the nearest American office. Once you're an American children in public schools would A. Yes. Florida does not automatically USS Chewaucan (AOG-50)), Naval
customer your credit Is food at over 750 offices from coast to coast, and not in itself make you a Florida require that the driv- Base, Little Creek, Va., USS
you'll know In advance exactly what your loan will cost. So travel better-
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Presented to Bob HopeWashington i a.w SchoolRapidAdvancement!



(AFPS) -- Bope tional interest exemplifies per- '
Hope, who has devoted much of his sonal devotion to the Ideals expressed ... ;
time over the last quarter-- cen- in the motto of the iwy d wt ........Mh .....
tury to entertaining servicemen Military Academy,"Duty,Honor, The Selective Training. and Retention -
around the world, has receivedthe Country." program (STAR) offers
11th annual Sylvanus Thayer Presentation _ceremonies, the enlisted navyman the opportunity .
-. ----- highlighted by. a review by the for guaranteed assignment ,
':L Corps of Cadets in Hope's hon- to Class "A", "B" and "C" '
or, were held In May. school. This reenlistment In-
Hope, a veteran of more than Yi k t 9 centivei further offers the car-
1,000 radio and 225 television eer minded enlisted man the "
shows and 50 motion pictures, advantage of guaranteed advance-
made his first appearancebeforea ment in his chosen rating.
military audience in March Any enlisted personnel in pay !
1941, at March Field, Calif. grades E3, E4, or E5 with less 'i
Since his initial appearance,he ,4\ .. .. .._ ..
has traveled more than a million -- --
are eligible. Also you need at .
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fp! miles entertaining more than BALDWIN FAHIL Y-LCdr. W.D. Baldwin retired May 31 after least one year and prior 1 I, .
.a'H five million troops in every 24 years Navy service. On hand for the retirement ceremonywas to completion of three years ac- "
corner of the globe.Hope's the Baldwin tive' naval service for E3 and E4 \
family. .
latest ,award Is namedin and prior to completion of 42
honor oi Sylvanus Thayer, months for E5. You have to .
aOS an 1808 graduate of the Military LCdr. Baldwin Retires obligate yourself for a six -
Academy, who nine years later year reenlistment upon acceptance .
became its fifth superintendent. into the progjam. ...
Hope's name will be inscribedon Assignment to school will nor- ,
a memorial plaque which includes After 24 Years Service mally be effected within 12 '
---- the names of the recipientssince months after receipt of school,.
the inauguration of the By Jon Phelps request by the Bureau of .
Award from the .U. S. Military award. The plague Is in Wash- Personnel. j
Academy's Association of Grad- ington Hall, the Cadet;dining hall. LCdr. W. D. Baldwin of VAP rols in the North Sea in training Schools requested must be 1i:.
uates. Among other receipients of the 62 was "piped over the side" students in Texas. in the normal path of advancement \f'
The award .is presented award have been: John Foster May 31 In a retirement ceremony After graduating from post that is, seamen may apply. :'JF .
annually by the association to an Dulles, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and personnel inspection which graduate school he was ordered only for schools for ratings to
outstanding citizen of the United Douglas McArthur and Francis ended his 24 year naval career. aboard the USS Pine Island (AV which seamen advance. For complete :.
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began New Year's Day 1944, Taiwan Patrol Force. cational Services Office. ,;*' DI";
Commander Baldwin was enrolled The 1959 to 1961 found >
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torpedo bombers until April 1948, meteorology officer for NAS earth was confirmed by Navy .* ..
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advancement examin- recommended study guides. In April 1960. '
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been studying? a major threat to health: from cancer attributed to smok-
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r The Trials of a Yellow Shirt


The tall light haired 21 year-' USS Iwo Jima off the coast of helos" added Boren. "If a helo
old Texan found this day to be Vietnam, is like a busy helo port comes in full speed when he
beyond his wildest dreams. ..he for a squadron of whirlybirds. should be slowing down to hover
became a yellow' shirt. During an amphibious operationthe it's our job to signal with our ..
"', "When you get out there helos carry troops and equip- arms we're turning on the yellow v ra _
* Mark" said Dennis Boren, "try ment to shore shuttle themon lights. If we don't we'll
to relax. Remember all the the beach and return to the all end up in the drink." t tit
signals I've taught you. Lives ship for additional missions. Directing As flight deck safety petty
are at stake 1 so be careful.I'll this hectic flow of flight officer Bcren ensures that the
be standing directly behind deck traffic are men called landing k
men adhere to strict safety regu-
p you just in case." signal enlisteds(LSE's).Clad lations. "The job of a yellow ---.
They started to walk to spot in yellow shirts to enable greater shirt involves long hours and r
three. "There's nothing to be visibility to the pilots and earphones '* t l
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hard work. said the year .
afraid of he nicknamed Mouse 1,
added "just keep Mickey old Californian They are respon-
your signals straight and every- ears the LSE's can direct sible for the safe landing of
thing will be alright." the helos to move up, down left helicopters worth from half -
A helicopter flying approximately or right until it's safe for a -
and half ;
million to three a ,'
a half mile out, began landing. ,
million dollars depending on >
to approach at a rapid pace. "One thing the yellow shirt could .. "
the size. One mistake :
Mark Peterson fixed his earphones (LSE) never overlooks" said '>i ', ;S,
[ m mean the lives of pilots, crews : 1,.,,::
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[ and positioned belo Aviation Boatswain's Mate 1st < ;
and man on the flight deck. I
now you direct her in. Class Dennis Boren, of Lakeside every ':. .
( The pilot fixed his eyes on Mark Calif., "is the danger involved "Mark Peterson, our newest .
' whose extended arms signaled in his everyday routine. LSE,' said Boren"laughed whenI
* him to approach to the right. Being an LSE is like activatinga made him give take off and fI-!
* then a little to left. When Mark traffic light on the Santa Anna landing signals to parked veli- ;
1 had the bird centered on the Freeway during the five o'clock copters and when I had him brace
spot he clasped his hands above rush hour. If the cars move when his body !Into the wind, to pre-
his head and swung his hands the light's green, that's fine. If pare for the 80 to 90 mile an
down. This told the pilot he they slow down with caution when hours winds created by turning
was cleared to rest his bird on the light's yellow, that's also rotor J blades.; It was all very .
the flight deck of the Iwo Jima.. fine. But if they go through a funny until he was out there on :A }f:: .," ,-, '.'w
The flight deck of the Seventh red light then we're in trouble. the flight deck doing it for real
Fleet amphibious assault ship. "This is the !Same with "You can sit and watch the LANDING SIGNAL ENLISTED -- Part of the training of an
I LSE's Bring in helos aU day," LSE (landing signal enlisted) is practicing launch and landIng -
Mate signals on parked helicopters.
Third Class Mark Peterson,"but
there's not comparison when
rJ you're alone doing it."

"I was just standing there
watching the helo approach" he
said. "She looked so innocent t
toFe'e
N : flying over the sea, like a hum-
1 r :jt FOWKESELECTRONICS ming bird. But then the hum
,
\ got louder and the bird got Y
I bigger the hum turned intoa A 9 a xq

.__ roar the bird a five and a
half ton creature. Before I
Sales Service knew it, I had a monster comingat

,;; -, me, rotors screaming, engine
; yelling, blowing up a storm. It
COMMUNICATIONS was my first time out. My self-
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PRECISION MEASUREMENTS helo grew bigger.I Ifelt| like turn- ..'
AND CALIBRATION ing around and running. It wasa
good thing Boren was standing
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sorites. will." ,
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r said Peterson. "r m always a- ," he added "becausewhen
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June Deadline/ Set t

I CECIL


For Men's GolfCecil FIELD


There are still plentyof be on Friday June 14, and the
applications for this year's Amateur tournament on Satur-
16th Annual Men's InvitationalGolf day and Sunday June 15, and 16.
Championship. This tourn- The Pro Am will use the point
ament is limited to the first 128 system for scoring and there will
entries and will be open to all be four man teams. The entry Cecil -- First place NAMTG will be forfeited. There are three VA 12 This team is the new
military and civilians. The dead fee is $30 per team. scored another win Wednesdayas matches to be played In the Blue member of the Gold League, and
line for entry is June_ 10. The Amateur tourney will bea they downed the Admin. "E" League: VC 4 vs. VA 105; even though the,team is in Last
Championship match throughthe team. Schlesier was low man Marine vs. Admin "E"; and the place they are looking for a big
Bill Stott that the Cecil
Field Pro Shop reports has sent seventh, flight. This 18 with 82. Donaldson followed Marines vs. VA 105. season. Conboy was low man j
appli- with 83 Young, 86 BLUE with 91, and Pullen took second
cations to all the clubs in the hole play will also be in four- closely an ; ; LEAGUEWon' a
and 97. Lost honors with 92. The third
He does somes. Entry fee for this tour- Byrd, place
Jacksonville area. i
expect ney is $12. Jackson was the low man of the NAMTG 7 1 spot went to Pullen,and O'Rourke
from these +
clubs.a large Local return golfers should Tee times will be announcedby Admin. "E" team with an 87. VA 174 41 6 2 placed fourth with 105. 4
in get Bill Stott when all the en- Capps scored 88; Marshall, 92; VA 37 4.5 3.5 In other Gold League action, 4
their applications early to tries are compiled. and Worthy, 95.. FAETU 4.5 3.5 McElvain was the low man for +
assure .a spot in this year'stourney. Championship and Medalist The FAETU team had an easy Marines 4 2 VA 1744## 3 with an 84. Falcon 4
trophies will be awarded at the afternoon of golf by winning a Admin. E. 4" .3 took the VA 44 # 2 team
The tourney will be held end of the three day event. forfeit match over the last place VA-44l 4 4 honors with an 82. VA 44
June 14, 15 and 16, at the station For further information, call VC 4 team. VA105 2 4 # 2 is in first place for Gold j
course. The Pro Am will Bill Stott, ext. 245. The VA 174 # 1 team led Ops. Dropped League competition.Ken .
by Briggs, who was low man with VC-4 0 4 Moranvllle is the team
a 94, carded a win overVA-. GOLD LEAGUE leader of the VA 174 # 2 team
I Tennis Tourney Set For June 2426District Doole and Mulcahey both scoreda Medical The team was one with an 80 for Wednesdays IM +

95 and Payne took the fourth man short Wednesday. Neil was action. Burns Is top man for
Athletic Director Tom Mc- Tennis Tournament to spot with 101. Low man of the the low scorer with 77. Good VA 37. He scored 92 for +
Guckin announced that he plansto be held at Cecil Field next month. losing team was Algermissen took the second spot with an 85, 18. #
hold a Tennis Elimination Any military personnel at Ce- who carded an 80 for the 18 and Cook backed the team up The Admin. "0" team leaderis i
Tourney on'June 24, 25 and 26, cil Field are welcome to registerfor holes. He was followed by Sin- with a 101. LCdr. Ropiak with 90 strokesIn
at the Cecil':courts. The win- this tournament. There will ger with a 92; Drake 95; and AMD Jones scored an 80 in Wednesdays action. '
ners of this match will Naval be three divisions of play; sing- Austin, 101. Wednesday's IM action to be low Wolfe was the low scorer for ,
sent Cecil Field,in the 6th les, doubles, and seniors.To Make up matches must be man for the team. Elison and the Operations team with an 88. ,
qualify for the senior divi- played before June 11 or they Roberts both carded an 87 and GOLD LEAGUE
Mrs. Bradt Wins sions, one must be 40 years old Kelton, 88. The AMD team Is Won Lost ;"
as of 1 August 1968. A personin R/G Club Begin now Is second place in Gold VA-442 7 1'AMD .:;
with 5 and 2 5 2
the Senior division may par- League competition a
Final TourneyCecil ticipate in any division of play, record. VA174 5.5 2.5'
Phase of VA-1743 5 3
but must play'solely in that di* Second VA 87 An 83 for 18 holesof
vision. play gave Coonan the low man Operations 5 3

-- Last Friday morningwas For further information or to Planned PlantingCecil honors for his team. Mears Admin. 0 3.5 4.5
VA-87 -3 5
the final play day for the register, see Tom McGuckin at followed two strokes behind withan
Ladies Golf Association spring the station gymnasium, or call Ken Holt and his plant- 86, and Keller an 88. Guest VA Medical- 37 2 2.5 6 5.5
took fourth with a 91.
ext. 498.Met's.
season. ing committee will start the
Mrs. Nelda Bradt won the nine second phase of planting on the i
hole low net tourney with a 35.5. MusicNight South West Dove Field this com-
Mrs. Ellen Rapiak took the second ing weekend, June 7-9. Approximately -
place honors with a 36.5. TomorrowTomorrow 14 acres of Les- 1
pedeza, partridge peas millet,
Association's
The Ringer sorghums, cowpeas and corn will 1 1
Tournament also came to an night Is Music Appreciation be planted for the Quail and Dove. / 1 a 1
end Friday with Mrs.NeldaBradt Night at the Jackson- Ken is looking for more volun- 1
.. holding the top spot. Her low ville Met's. All fans bringing teers to help out with the planting. / .
gross score was 69.. any legitimate musical instru- Anyone interested is asked to
Mrs. DOrris Shellman and Mrs. ment to the Wolfson Park for the drive out to the dove field Satur- '
Rose Weir both carded a 53 7:30 p.m. game will be admittedfor day morning about nine. _
to be tied for the low net award. $.50 off the regular general Rod and Gun Club membersare
After matching cards Mrs. admission price. reminded of tonights meet-
Shellman was decided the low Combos and Instrument ing in the IRD Conference Roomat
net winner and Mrs.Weir second. groups from the area will 7:30 Bill Taylor has several
compete between innings ina reels of film on fishing to showto "
After Friday's'tourney the
"Battle of the Balds. the members and guests. '
ladies attended an"End -of-the- ec24e4 dct4 kz1r ,

Season" luncheon at Mrs. Betty ,

Moranville's house.nine Mrs.hole Clare OPEN JP \ \__ SUNDAY ; tit 1 1\\\
Grosskopf won a put-
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She putted 15 for 9
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Fishing In Florida Good. .



.Says Holt and Hunter

t oy jui I Bob u Hunter
r (lures), and borrowing a Hawaiian lilly pads. At certain intervals
r Not many people would believeyou Wiggler from a fishing friend we they would come to a halt and
if they were told that Black headed for the lilly pads at the reel in with a bass anywhere
Bass can be caught while troll- south end of the lake. We had from 2 lbs. to 9 3/4 lbs. So
ing at speeds in excess of ten met Whitey and Lenny along with needless to say Dick and Inever
knots. I never believed it. nor their wives from Whitey's Fish made it to the other side of the
did my fishing partner,Dick Holt Camp on Doctor Inlet and they lake. We began burning up
until last Thursday we spent were directing us to the big the gas trolling. Our efforts
: the day on Lake Lochloosa lei- ones. were rewarded real fast and Dick
t surely running about the lake Holt was the first to produce boated number two on the first
with our nine and one half when he reeled in a three pounder. pass. After he had pulled in
:g outboard motor better than three- Whitey couldn't stand to his third fish, I began to think
quarters of the way open. see beginners get the jump so he that I had just come along fora
Dick and I had heard that the eased around in back of us and boat ride. With this going
Black Bass were plentiful at slipped a nice 8 3/4.pouooer through my mind, I didn't know
9I Lake Lochloosa for the past three out of my hip pocket, or so it what to think when I found my
weeks. So on Thursday we decided seemed. rod bending and a fish jumpingout
to try our hand or ratherour Casting was rather slow as of the water about 50 yardsin
!, PUBLISHER AND EDITOR..Dick Holt (I) of the Holt Publishing -. lures. Leaving Orange Parkat Dick and Whitey were the only back of the boat. From thereon
Company, and JO I Bob Hunter, editor of the AFTER. 4:30. a.m., we made the 60 ones with fish. Just as,we were it was real interesting.After .
{ BURNER, stand by the nine black bass they caught last plus miles to Pat's Fishing Camp thinking of trying the other side going back to Pat's and
Thursday at Lake Lochloosa, fishing out of Pat's Fishing south of Hawthorne on highway of the Lake,we noticed a couple of getting a refill of gas, along
301 in 1 hr and 20 min. After fishermen acting like nuts or so with some much needed refresh-
Camp.
putting the boat in the water and we thought that at the time ments, we started out across the
purchasing a couple of spots cruising back and forth along the lake. This time I was the firstto
encounter the fish, or was it
the fish encountered me. Any-
way I still have the fin markson
New home fastEvery
reason to get my left shoulder that a shad
made when he jumped into our

reason you have to get home fast is a Form 1580 fly standby for % regular Coach fare. boat.After I pulled ahead of Dick
reason why you should try United first. You're seated wherever space is available on the by one fish, he evidently didn't

Our jet fleet is the world's largest. That means plane. Or you can reserve a Coach seat in advance care for the idea, or at. leastI
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United has the most frequent flights, the greatest
with of hook holes in
total number of available seats, to most of the Next time, try United. More servicemen fly with my hat.a couple It seems that he for-
111 U.S. cities we serve. us than with any other airline. got to pull the bail down on his

.Servicemen and women in uniform with DD And we get there fastest with the mostest. reel before casting, or that was
his story.
When we finally made it backto
camp that evening we had a
total of nine bass, ranging from
3 to 7 1/2 pounds. I lost six
and Dick saw his plug fly out
of five mouths.
\f:4i: When we returned home that
night we had two plastic bags
J' filled with fillet black bass,
thanks to Pat Patterson, owner
and operator of the fish camp,
who showed us how to skin bass.
On Sunday, I learned that
vyr: i0y Whitey and his party had came
home on Friday with a total of
:;: 93 bass for their four day ef-

forts.

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Jax Hosts Sixth Naval District

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Rifle, Pistol Shooters' MeetJax


-- Over 60 marksmen from Alan W. Maxwell, AOl JamesL. "In many cases they out shoot II At .. ....- .0< _- ...-_
throughout the Sixth Naval District Seeker, and A02 KennethG. the men," he mused. I
are aboard base this week Woodruff. Cecil's Squad
competing in the 6ND Pistol and Cecil Field has seven entriesin
Rifle Championship Matches, as Women Compete the rifle matches competitionand
part of the Navy's annual small one entry to compete in
arms competitions.The The three WAVES to representJax the individual pistol matches
elimination meet which Navy In the individual pistol tomorrow.
ends tomorrow will select a six- matches tomorrow are PNC Ann Representing Cecil are AE2
man pistol team and an eight Cunningham, YN3 Chris Brooks James J. Bailey, GMT3 Paul G.
man rifle team to represent the and PN1 Rose Wheeler Clark, A02 Michael V.Heckman,
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Sixth Naval District in the Atlantic ADCS R. Shindelbower of the ADJ3 Harvey M. Irby, A03 Ira ov
Fleet competition to be NAS Weapons Department is in C. Mills and GMGC Francis "
held at the U. S. Naval Academynext charge of the event. Chief Shind Paine. *
week. elbower said that it is not un- Team and individual winners of
Pistol Shots ususal for WAVES to compete both the pistol and rifle competition -
in small arms matches. In fact, will be given in next week's
The infididual rifle competi- they are encouraged. Jax Air News. WAVE SHOOTERS .- HM3 Margaret R. Carmody (I) of Naval
tion got underway yesterday at Station Charleston and PN3 Cheryl Gibbons of NAS Jax, raise
Camp Blanding with the team their 45's to begin firing. Four WAVES will be competing in
matches being held today. The Uncles Take LeadIn the Sixth Naval District pistol matches at NAS Jax tomorrow.
individual pistol meet will be
held aboard the station tomor-
row, with follow.team efforts to immediately Bowl Off Event :-

Eleven men represented Jax
Navy in the rifle competitionwith Jax The Atlantic Intramural bowling league winner the Uncles
six of those men and three have amassed 8,628 points in total pin fall to take the lead in the
WAVES competing in the pistol spring intramural bowl off which got underway here last week.
matches tomorrow. The Sparks which took second place in the Continental League's
Representing Jax Navy are PT1 regular season play, are in second place in the bowl off with 8,580
William J. Betz, TD3 GeraldR. total pin fall.
Brooks, A02 Issac T. Henry, The eight teams competing in the bowl off will bowl 21 games
GMG1 Theodore C. James, AO1 and the winner of the event will pick up 1,000 points toward the LASTMONTHWESAID
John L. Kibby, ETCM Albert G. station's coveted Ironman trophy. The minimum number of pointsa
Kotze, AN Jeffrey S. Landerer, team can pick up in the event is 250 points.
TD3 James C. Ogletree, _A02 The bowl off will go into its final round tomorrow night and trophieswill
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be awarded to the first and second place teams and individual
Organizational Meeting trophies will be presented to team members of those winning teams.
Jax -- An intramural swim organizational Below is a list of the standings through Monday night's: play
meeting will be held StandingsTeam "
Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the "YESTo
NAS Gym, Bldg. 3. The annual :Total Pin Fall Respective League ...
NAS intramural swim meet will *
be held June 19 at 2 p.m. at the Uncles 8,628 Atlantic
indoor pool, Bldg. 614. Sparks 8,580 Continental a used car salesman who couldn't .resist

TryoutsTry CPO's ,' *8,367 National one of his own specials.
Crash & Fire 8,358 American
outs for the Sax Navy Spoilers e 8,334. -, ,".',' Atlantic. To a family that just won a new freezer and
softball team will begin tomor- AOMD # 2 18,299' National wanted to stock it.
row afternoon at 4 o'clock Strikers 8,208 American
at Mackroth Field. Personnel Interested MARTD 8,169 Continental'WJQQ. To a man with a lot of old bills who needed,
in trying out for the .
one new to them off.
be way pay
Fliers are urged to pre-
sent at this practice. All posi- And to a school teacher whose crash diet

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To statistician whose wife
gible for the team. a was counting on
one but got two.

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1 Intramural Scoreboard, VP-45, Ficeur Tie Up



National Diamond Race

; Softball

Jax -- Patrol Squadron 45 and Hospital whip Medical 9-4 and
American League National League IiNf FICEUR are tied for first placein VAP 62 rap VP 30; 10.4.

Won Lost Won Lost the National intramural soft- In American League contests
Team Team ball league with 4-0 records stagged last week, VP 5 edged
Weapons 6 0 FICEUR 4 0 i' & after three weeks of competition.Both COMFAIRJAX 10 8.; VP 30 '
679m 6 1 VP 45 4 0 s r x yz
teams also picked up shut crushed Fleet Air Wing 11,
Hospital 4 2 VW 4 3 1 out victories last week to win 18-2 and VAP 62 shut out
, VP 30 3" 3 VP 16 3 1
their fourth in a row. VP 45 Medical 11 0.
w VAP 62 3 .. 3 NARTU 3 2 blanked Aircraft Maintenance Games Tonight
ComFairJax' 3 3 ADMIN 3 2 8-0 while FICEUR edged the There will be five games on
VP 5 2 4 Gems. 2 3 Gems 2-0. tap tonight in theNational League
Supply 2 4 Marine Barracks 1 4 In other National League action with American League action resuming -
Medical 2. 5 Aircraft Maintenance 1 4 last week, VP 16 trounced Monday night.
FAW -'11 l' ,6 MARTD 1 4NARF' F A MARTD 10-1; Admin droppedAir Three games will get underway
.,'.' ::1' 6 Air Ops 0 4 c. r ; 4&r& Operations 7 2 and NARTU today at 5 p.m. with Aircraft
clipped Marine Barracks 4-2. Maintenance goin against
Golf F MARTD at Mackroth Field; Ma-
Weapons LeadIn
I"' 4fl Si'1L rine Barracks taking onVP 16
w American! Handicap League National Handicap League the American League the at the Hospital Field and Air Operations -
Weapons' pitching ace, Sandy battling VP 45 at Enterprise
t Team Won Lost Team Won n' "-'Lbst Cooper, chalked up his sixth Field.
Par Scramblers 5 1 NARTU 8 1 : straight win Monday night bring- The other two contests will be
Hospital."A" 3 2 ComFairJax 6 3 ing his team's record to 6 '- 0 played at 7 p.m. pitting Admin
.. VP 45 4 3 679th 6 3 to lead the league. Cooper allowed against VW 4 at Mackroth
Blue' \ 4 3 VP-30"B" 4' 3 : ; only one run in that! gameas Field and pairing NARTU and
Gems 3 4' FAW 11 4 4 the squad soundly put down FICEUR at the Hospital Field.

VP 30 "Au 2.5 3.5 VP 16 3 3 i1 NARF 19-1. . .
Aircraft Maint. 2.5 4.5 VP 5 3 3 The 679th Radar Squadron has
Cadeuces 1 4 Gold 2 5. DESERT FLOWER Dark- pulled into second place in the UNDERWAY ON NUCLEAR
eyed Patty Duke is one of the
VAP 62 2 6 lovely "desert flowers" found American League edging Hospital POWER -- The first satelliteto
Reworks 1 6 in the warm sun of Las Vegas 7 6 last week then trounc- operate with a nuclear power
, ing VP 5 Monday night 11-1 supply was Navy navigational sat-
Sports BriefsJax making their record 61. ellite 4A. It sets new world's
All In Other Monday night action in records every 90 minutes and is
SportBy -- The Field Director's' the American League:: saw Supply still faithfully transmitting after
Office request persons holdinga down Fleet Air Wing11,12- 8.; almost seven years.
current American Red Cross .
Franklin Hibel Water Safety Instructors Certificate .
and will be able to teach
swimming lessons on base this eBob's> Oak Hill
summer contact his office in
MAYPORT NAVAL STATION.. Berra's hilarious comments.On Bldg. 39. I
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Some of the funniest stories one. of Lefty's annual
I've ever heard are connected swings through tne'trainiq; The Sixth Naval District ten-
F with sports. My own favorites camps for his sports goods firm, nis tournament will be held atCecil for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
t down through the years follow. he measured the Yankees for uni Field July 1519.

An American League umpire forms. "What's your cap size"he All qualified and eligible active rood service pick & delivery
named Jack Kerns had a phobia asked the onetime Yankee re- duty Navy personnel, including up
! against calling games. No mat- ceiver. "How do I know?" Yogi WAVES interested in representing neckiRic on duty Americn & Foreif' Cars
; ter how dark it got, Kerns replied. "I'm not in shape yet." Jax Navy in the event should
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at least nine innings. This, of Golf? Try topping this links as soon as possible. 771 *,'9156 103rd & Jammes Road
course was before night games humor.A . Jacksonville, Florida
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New hours of operation of the
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