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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: August 15, 1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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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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,4 Mrs. Helen Musgrove, special "I've only worn a dress twicein Force. They need our support ,.
Vietnam news correspondent fora the past year -- once was to show them that we care that
Jacksonville newspaper, attended at a USO party and my boysas they are there.
f church services at the All ( she refers to all the men Mrs. Musgrove has traveled
Saints Chapel here Sunday as in Vietnam) didn't even recognize extensively throughout South
guests of HM1 and Mrs. Dick me," she quipped."I Vietnam and has interviewed
,2. Gordon. try to bring home a little Navy personnel on large ships
f As a special news correspondent closer to my boys by chatting such as the Kitty Hawk, Ticon-
Mrs. Musgrove has been with them, whether they be in deroga and Enterprise as well as .
making 13 month tours of Vietnamand the rice paddies, bunkers, helicopters small patrol boats which tarvel
reporting for the Journal or ships*' Mrs. Mus- deep into the heart of the Mekong
R since 1962. grove explained. "They all call Delta.
w s s* "Our boys over there Jour me Mom and they talk about "The Navy has a much more
military activities there and the their girls, cars and 'good ole important and vital role in Viet-
South Vietnamese people are of American home- cooked meals." nam than some American i
vital interest to me," the lady The lady correspondent returned civilians give them credit," she
correspondent commented. "It to Jacksonville July 30 said. "Not to take away from
is my privilege to report to the after a 13 month stay in Vietnamand the other.branches, the Navy air
people here where our boys are will leave for another 13 has a major task of keeping the
there, what they are doing and month stint next week. supplies coming, providing air ;
________.__._ '__m._._ _____.nn'n_ what they feel. "I returned to the States with support and keeping the seas open
.. While working in Vietnam, one purpose in mind," Mrs. and safe off the coast." +
CHATS WITH CHAPLAIN Mrs. Helen Musgrove, specialnews Mrs. Musgrove wears combat Musgrove commented. "I wantto "I have much to tell my boys '
correspondent ,Jacksonville newspaper, discusses fatigues, four and one half tell the American people whata upon my return to Vietnam --
her recent trip to Vietnam with Chaplain J. E. Dorse/, after pound combat boots and often tremendous job our_ young fight- that the American people are
church services here Sunday. carriers a heavy pack when cov- ing men are doing e'men in the backing them 100 per cent and
ering events out' in the field. Navy, Marines, Army and Air praying for their safe return."

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military'department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department bf the products or services advertised.

.r VOL. 26 NO. 21 (U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST IS, 1968

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Project Officer Wins Citation ,



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Naval Air Rework Facility Fri- United States Military Assis'' ticipation In supply programsand r11'n
day, LCdr. Harry G. Webster, tance Command, Vietnam, from actions designed to improve a :6
'material program and FJ April 6, 1967 until March 25 supply effectiveness, reduce excesses -
project officer,was presented the of this year.' and expedite support of
1. Navy Commendation Medal fort He was cited for making"'slg-' ever, changing requirements not
I meritorious service. nificant contributions to the suc- previously programmed was of
Capt. C. T. Faulders Jr., cessful completion of many cri- significant! impact and resultedin
commanding officer NARF, decorated tical projects which enhancedthe increased U. S. logistic capa-
the officer with the supply effectiveness of U.S. bility to support counter Insur- ,1
medal. and Free World Military Assis- gency operations in South Viet-
Commander Webster was a- tance Forces in the Republic of nam.
warded the medal for his outstanding Vietnam." "His outstanding leadership,
performance as Supply The citation accompanying the judgement inspiring devotionto :
.. duty were in keeping with the
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Regional PostCecil '

CoMMlssiry Us tills Answer! ServiceTelephone f, -" ': ': ,'
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M. Stewart of Jacksonvile "(.W ! was'elected Regional vice ...: ;. ):; ":;{}'.1*:: :;" :.: ..,.(". : ., :; f
service to the Commissary Store and the Complex
Office has been changed and now has an answering service on 772 president of the Southern Region,
I Fleet ReserveAssociationatthe, DECORATED LCdr. H. G. Webster (r) of NARF, is pre-
3431 giving store hours and other phone numbers to be called if '
,
In sented the Commendation Medal his CO C.
convention
futher information is desired. The answering service gives the annual, regional Navy by Capt.
; numbers for the purchasing office 772 3432, accounting depart- Key West Sunday. T. Faudcrs. Jr.VP30.
Chief Stewart is
: ment 772 3433, Complex office 772 3434 and Commissary;Store Retired Navy
f 772 3435. a member and past president of Starts ClubWhen
Branch 91, FRA. He waselectedto P-2,000

E-3's Take-Tests I the regional post on the first I
ballot by delegates from some 53 VP 30 detachment Sax its charter, the dub desires
other branches. welcomed a delegation from its to establish chapters "through-
y: =; be administered in the
Pay grade E 3 examinations will Tuesday branchin **
Branch 91, the largest Canadian counterpart, Maritime out the world.
! Educational Services office testing room, Bldg 955. The exams
of the Unit Twothe.
the largest region national Operational Training New members are currently
{ were rescheduled due to the August Navy wide examinations. All organization nominatedand order of business includedthe .
recommendations for the E 3 must reach ESO no later belng jgcruited.soiwl
exams
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backed:, Stewart in his quest establishment' of another \ -- infer st '
.; than 9 a.m. Monday. .. for the post. Branch 91 has a chapter of the "P 2,000 Club.' apuldjcprit'ac a C, '

r Hespitil Seeks .Heed Decors membership of more than 1,500. Strickly a social organizationthe
Stewart announced that mem- club remains highly ex-
P bership and participation in FRA clusive. Only those individuals,
[ The NAS Hospital taking contributions to all blood types of which activities Is a sure way for pilots or crew members, who WHAT'S INSIDE r +f
i f! there is a critical shortage of types A and 0 needed for patients returning career enlisted Navy and Marine have logged at least 2,000 flying
> from Vietnam. The hours from 8 a.m. to 12 noon each Corps personnel: to know that hours in the P 2 Neptune
r Thursday have been set aside for civilian employees to make their their voice and desires In con- aircraft are eligible to join.
. donations. The Blood Bank is on the ground floor in the southeast nection with their rights and EDITORIALS. .pog
corner of the Naval Hospital. benefits, gained through military Eighteen members formed the '.....
under the leadershipof
new chapter
service are protected and main- Cdr. R. J. Campbell, officerin CIVIL SERVICE. .P ge .J ,

: NESEP Preinm Opea fir Application tained.He also stated that the FRA charge of VP 30. He was INVESTING..Pa 4
I serves as a medium through presented with a plaque and char- gl

:, Personnel desiring to be considered for the Navy Enlisted Scien- which beneficial ideas, sugges- ter RCAF.by Capt. Floyd Caraham, JAX MARINES.\ .Page 14
" tific Education Program (NESEP) must submit a special request tions and proposals for their overhaul -
chit, via department heads to the Educational Services Office by amendment or addition The P 2,000 Club was organized MOVIES . ". .Page 11
Monday. Eligibility requirement listed In BUPERS INST 1510.68L new ones,may receive Congress- early in 1966 in Canada .

r of June 27, give particular attention to rating, age prior educa- ional consideration. with 21 charter members. It' SPORTS. . Page. 16
tion, and Basic Battery scores. For funher information contact Stewart lives at 1803 Louvre, now has a membership of more ', ; ,.' .
at Ext. 2596/2597. Dr., Jacksonville. than 150 men. According to
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Editorial View Points;


ROMAN CATHOLIC
St. Edwards Chapel

Partners in ProgressFor SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.

DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.
SATURDAY MASS 9
the past 74 years, Americans have been celebrating Labor a.m.
CONFESSIONS - 5
,Day, honoring the working man. p.m.-
Like so many of our other holiday observances Labor Day's.true 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
meaning has become obscured. Where once there were paradesof TUESDAY
people marching ,down the main streets of cities and towns in Single Young Catholic Organ-
honor of the working man, about the only parade you can seen now ization - 7:30 p.m.

on Labor Day is the parade of cars. jamming the highways, taking
families to the lakes, beaches and mountains for their last summer- ,U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
weekend fling. St. Luke's Chapel

Labor Day has become just another day to get away from work.,
This is unfortunate when you stop to consider the tens of millionsof SUNDAY MASS - 8:00 a.m.

working men and women who have played a major role in making PROTESTANT
this nation the richest and most productive country in the world. SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.

:9, _-mm' _____
,
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ARTIST AVIATOR -- LCdr. Walter J. Edwards, maintenance PROTESTANTAll
officer VP 16 exhibits "Three San Diego Fishing Boats", Saints' Chapel

e. r his latest oil and watercolor painting, at the Haden Burns SUNDAY

Library in Jacksonville. His art work is also on display at CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.

the Studio Gallery and the NAS "0" Club. Blgd. #722 .

Divine Worship Service10:00

A '1141 Nice People or New Men? Junior a.m. Youth Bldg #Fellowship 722. 6p.m.

Bldg. #722. '
WEDNESDAYSenior
By LCdr. H. L. Biemlllcr, CHCIf Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.

THURSDAY
the Christian faith is true, He is being changed into a newman Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
then why aren't all Christians -- a new person. Maybea Bldg.'#722.Christian .
nicer people than all non-Chris nicer person; maybe not -- buta Science Service
--
The past, present and future strength of this country lies with
the multitudes of working people who, by the sweat of their brows tians? "George Snively,. EM2, new person. In fact, he is 7:30 p.m. Bldg. #722.
is supposed to be a Christian and being changed from a creature of
and skills of their hands, produce the commodities and services
essential to the growth and development of the country. he is pretty mean and nasty God into a son of God --a bro- r-----III-! .,
I thought that Christians were ther to Jesus Christ. There is
supposed to be nice," goes a typIcal nothing else in the world quiteas I Traffic I
Asking no more than an honest day's payfor an honest day's work,
the American worker has met the challenges of wars, depressions, comment. important as that" I "I am a I I
the atomic and They feel that conversion to the new man in Christ.
age space age.
We in the military have a special debt to him. In times of war Christian faith should make a I
and national emergency he has joined us in meeting the threats of difference. A good tree should Violations I IThe
bear fruit and bad
I
tree
good a
aggression -- either by laying aside his tools and joining our ranksor
should bear bad bruit100
providing us with the essential supplies and equipment to combat per-
the threat of world cent good or bad.
domination.The following is ,a report of
Except that the world can't be
American working men and servicemen are partners in motor vehicle accidents and traf-
making this the richest, most progressive, safest and divided very neatly into two
greatest nation fic violations for the period July
.
Christian and non -
in the world. AFPS camps
( ) Christian. 30 through August 5.

There are many people who are Number of Accidents
This Week - - -5
Voice Your OpinionBy slowly ceasing to be Christians.
There are many people who are Total Accidents this year through
slowly becoming Christians -- August 5--------- -220
althought they don't call them- Number of Accidents through
Absentee Ballot August 1967 - -245
selves Christians yet, and may
not yet be Baptized. There are Total number of days since last
"I many people in other religiouswho injury in a motor vehicle accident -
Some Armed Forces members lost their rights to vote in early are slowly being led to con- '- - - -20
primary elections thIS year because they did not indicate a political centrate on those parts of their Uncle Sam Number of ViolationsThis
party preference on their Federal Post Card Applications (FPCA) for religion which are in agreement Week - - -137
absentee. ballots. with the Christian faith (like a still Speeding - - 38
This situation is arising, according to the Department of De- militant Muslim learning about Reckless Driving - -10
fense voting assistance officials, because state voting authoritiesmust self giving love between Going through Stop Signs 17
know what an absentee voter's party preference is before the people.) needs youBUY Other Violations72
*proper absentee primary ballot can be mailed to him. Anyway the real point about Thirty Six drivers appeared
Christianity is to make us"new" before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
Twenty five states will hold primary elections during the next people. We may or not U.S. the meeting held on August 8.
three months before the Nov. 5 general election. In filling out absentee become "nicer" people in may the pro. SAVINGS BONDS, Disposition of"the cases includedthe
ballot applications for these primaries, you should remember cess -- but the Important thing NEW FREEDOM following: Two lost drivingand
to indicate your political party preference in Block 2. is that we are to become lit- SHARES parking privileges aboard
In almost every case, omission of this information prevents the erally "new people." station for various periods; 12
from absentee ballot for the
serviceman receiving an primary.
"Behold I
make all thingsnew were assigned complete an eight
Even though you are away from your home state you still have hour
says our Lord. "I have course in remedial driving;
the privilege and responsibility to cast your votes. The absentee
that four One
received
come they might have new Vanished Diseases suspensions;
ballot gives you this opportunity, but be sure to obtain one and life." And
St. Paul drew the
Malaria is still considered an was given warning; Four were
send it to your respective state on time.
picture graphically; "My self important world-wide disease, dismissed ; Eight were fined
Remember that the vote you cast gives you a chance for your voiceto centered thing My '"I"has but the State Board of Health (U. S. Commissioner); and One
be heard. Of course the absentee ballot is a little more trouble . actually cruicified says that it and Yellow Fever referred to commanding officersfor
than just going to the polls and voting, but the time you take to do with Christ. So It's no longerI have been wiped out of the United possible disciplinary action.
it is time well spent. who lives" but Christ who livesin States. Thirty six drivers were assessed -

Make sure that you give all the pertinent information in filling out me. 76 traffic points.A .

the application form. This will assure you of receiving your absentee -
ballot in time. serviceman traveling alone
You may obtain a post card application form for your absentee JI'j. can fly to the United States for
ballot at the Educational Services Office, Bldg. 955. one third off on a round -
trip military excursion fare.This
fare entitles him to a reservedseat
EP and the tivket is good for


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The JA\ AIR NEWS is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper
distributed' each Thursday at the U. S. Naval! Air Station
V Jacksonville' Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a
a private' firm. All Copy submitted for use in the J AX AIR N ,
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box i ; H, a f
I, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication
News items are welcomed from all sources Tele-
phone 772 .. 3118 or 3119.

Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries Sf
concerning such should be directed to: GOG

The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755

,
PROMOTION Cape, Henry Otis Cutler, NAS CO.
VOL. 26 NO. 21 AUGUST 15, 1968 lates Lt. Harry D. Lindel' on attaining his present rank.congratu-Lieu-

tenant Lindel is attached to the Radar Air Traffic Control

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Standard Form 170, the new will be'able to reduce the cost of
I Civil Service News I Application for'Federal Employ filling vacancies and in many cases

ment, provides applicants for answer applications more
Federal positions an easier way ,quickly.

to find job openings. No more For Civil Service examinations
hours spent filling out a long SF 171 or'related froms
CSC 'Paves Return for EmployeeTo application just to learn no will be used. They provide the
vacancy exists. No more tedious detail needed to rate a person's
copying of duties of pre
qualifications. FF171or
Similarly,
Old Job After Temporary Hike vious jobs when it is unnec a related form will be required

essary. before a person can be appointed
The new application can be to a position. SF 170, however,
After careful review of com regular job after he has served in the higher grade job. The will reduce the number of times
completed quickly and set to
ments submitted by agency personnel in a higher grade under: a tem circumstances limited him to a
the

a must complete longer
person
directors and officials porary promotion. j promotion will be ex any employer to express interest
temporary SF
The 171, This will benefit
in a job. employer can as
of employee and veterans organizations Temporary promotions may .
plained.He determine if vacancies applicant and employer alike. '
quickly
the Civil Service Com now be terminated without recourse
will be told that his Reflections \
regular exist. Only if the employer has ( )
mission has approved a major to adverse action proce job will be waiting for him when a vacancy, and the brief data
dures when the need
change in the procedure for temporary he is no longer needed in the shown on SF 170 makes him
has been The
returning an employee to his met. change is higher grade job. want to know more about the The Veterans Administration \
stimulate
expected to agency use
that Vietnam veterans
reports
of temporary promotions Instead The employee serving tem applicant, will the employer ask are now completing military
Civilians of the practiceof detailinganem- porarily in a higher grade will for detailed information. Applicants service and returning home at
ployee to a higher grade position be fully entitled to retirement asked for this detail will the rate of 70,000. a month.
without increasing his pay. coverage, life and health insurance use Standard Form 171, Per

Promoted when leave, within grade sonal Qualifications Statement,
Previously a temporarily- salary increases, job protection or a related form. SF 171 asks
restored
promoted employee was training, and consideration basically the same questions
pre
The following NASJacksonville his
regular job, procedures
to CanYouTAKE
SF
for promotion. His viously asked on 57.
have been pomoted in the if he had not permanent
employees were same as ,
will be In addition time of
status and tenure not ,\. to saving
accordance with the station'sMerit well and being
performed was
effected. applicants, the [new, short, application YOUR CAR
Promotion Program. : for This
.... demoted cause. encouraged Concurrent with the new procedure will make it easier for MTfl YOU? "
agencies to use details For and Insurance
Commissary Store, for returning an em employers to screen applicants.By Financing \
Raffaella M.. Mcore.. 'cash rather than temporary promo ployee to his regular grade' and reducing, the time spent reviewing Stateside and Overseas. Call .'
I tions. in further compliance with law the applications of per DYER M. BURR ,
' clerk, GS 4. the an
; Under new procedures
the Commission reduced from sons who will not be considered
Admin Dept employee' promoted temporarily six to four months the time in detail (no examination eligibility GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
to a high grade job will be told that an employee may be detail: lack of required education FINANCE.CORPORATION
Betty M. Eggleston mail and
how long he is expected to serve I and
ed to other job without prior or experience and similar factors'would
any ,
,GS
I
file clerk (Typing) 4. INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

Public Works EMI".IOfflc. approval. become prevent such consideration INSURANCE COMPANY
The new procedures will
5615 Timuauana Rd. 771-0527
effective 1. when appropriate), employers
Carl L. Thomas and Glenn R. ,September

Davis, truck drivers,heavy traller' Lists Job OB6RimsMerit .
-
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Supply '.e promotion opportunities

Nettie S. Kicklighter, super currently open for receipt of applications
visor, shipment assistant, GS-4 are listed below. The I,
and Joyce G. Cundy, accounts area of consideration and closing ,
of -- %V Xv V v \ < X *> w* V--P*>/
date each is shown. s
maintenance clerk (typing) GS -
4. MPB No. 72 67 Plan D Curry your money
SecurityMarcellus : grade levels GS -,4 and below j
L. :Link driver test MPB No. 79 '6? Plan C all

examiner, GS 5 and Matthew semiskilled positions pay level

J. Grundig, supervisor, driver seven_ and below and MPB No. .
. testing examiner, GS'6., 83 67 Plan B all skilled ,
..... .
positions pay level eight and, I ,
Data Processing above.; Area of consideration:

Data processing employees NAS NARF, NARTU, COM -

promoted to computer programer FAIRJAX, FAETULANT. Navy
GS '-' 7, included Olen J, Hospital, Navy Commissary
Ward Jr, Olan D. Cogburn, Bel- Stores and Navy Recruiting Station
vin G. Dease; James W. Ecklof, ,Jacksonville. Applications
Elmer Hendl; Julius G. Raetz for these positions will be accepted ,
Clara E. Tisoru Gienna G. Royse at any time. A separate
Lorraine H. Cappiello and application must be filed for each
Blaise W. Castelli. position in which interested.
MPB No. 158 67 Industrial

Engineer, GS 5, 7 7, 9 and 11.
Area of consideration: Nation

ncfJuan wide. Applications will be accepted
until the needs of the
services are met and will be

()) 1Iw .' considered MPB No as. 133 received.- 68 General

; ; Engineer GS 11. Area of
consideration; Nationwide. Applications '

;. Son Juan at Niblick will be accepted ,
Phone 384 .'4406 through the close of business ",'

August"23. ...
e 1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms All applicants must be career ..
or career conditional employees
Garden Type Apartments .;
with Country Club; of the Federal government
Atmosphere Application forms SF 'j
Kitchens equipped with G-E 171 or 57's for these positions
Ranges 6. Refrigerators should be) filed with IRD Box 4
Individual Air Conditioning 22 NAS For
Jacksonville,
:
and Heating by G-E further information regarding
.r Drapes furnished .j
Wall to \Wall Carpeting and. these positions, see the copies
.Large Su'immfng Pool of the,bulletins or announcements

or call Ext.2320, Rating and -. It's so' much; safer and convenient when you make purchases and
Examining Branch? ,ffiD.NASJ ax.
pay bills by check. You don't risk carrying cash when you shop;don't \

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1 NATTC :' Behind The 5eene.. i


June Goff ,. '

Newly reported staff officers, After leaving NATTC, the a completely functional simplification"as swith' of
Naval, Air Station emphasis on ,
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chief of Naval Technical Training visitors went It
structure and equipment. is
they
where \
Memphis, Tenn., visited. Glynco 'C 1 Ga.air station and,,, capable of carrY 1gbomos. rock-
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visited both-the
of
NATTC Tuesday as partt missiles otherweapons
training center activities ;,.ets :
various technical training. facilities. the technical to Mm- to suit the wide, variety of mis.sions -
before returning
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e e e M e Although 12 years clasped
Capt. L. T. Ward ass. C/S the first A4 was into
received the since put
School has
Management Eng., Log. I. G.; AO
modified versions of
first ,of eight A4 Aircraft assigned operation,
Capt. A. D. Nelson medical
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play
Technical the original an
Cdr. !W. A.,, Russ plans; LCdr.C. to! the"Naval Air role in our armed for.
Training Center,for training rpo- Important
W. Hedstrom Air Operations
for training ces. Through the years:'ttie! air-
< Center pur
Training
Schools; Lt. R. C. Webb "
craft has been updated'tQ'meetrequirements : '
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Avionics Schools: ; Lt. R. D. pose '
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Farley asst. ,judge advocate. The small turbojet powered '
aircraft which. later became a times.'I 1/ :'
Lt. J. Moncure asst. judge '
The primary purpose' the
Lt. T. N. Jones multi purpose aircraft first : '
advocate (jg)
aircraft assigned to,NATTC is for
W. entered production in Sept. 1953.
and Ens.
staff research ,
N. Kluessner -; general safety.' The maiden flight of the XA4A Instruction in loading and trouble

The staff officers arrived here Prototype ,took place on June 22, shooting.. e t
UP, UP AND OVER -- An A4 aircraft is delivered over the from the Naval Air Technical 1954. The first 'A4A flew on
Aug.: 14,1954, and it was this version AE2 Wayne Thomas,, an Instructor -
fence to AO School for training purposes.here. Training Center Lakehurst. N. AE"School
that entered the service with at reenlisted -

J. Immediately following a com the U. S. Atlantic and Pacific for an additional six' years on

mand briefing, NATTC officersmet fleets in Oc|. 1956. Later mod- Aug. ,5., He.has. been In the Navy

Rt7/REM6i T = their counterparts In a con-.. els have been jet powered.The eight years. ,
Officer Thomas
aircraft designed to Petty 'cameto
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ference to acquaint the newly reported
staff officers with the from1 all sizes of air- NATTC on July 12,from PAT-

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t'l Mrs. Barney Meyers national
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I man,' announced: that the club,had

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f' to two local girls, Margo Cott-
remedy rlll and Betty Lucus.

F : Mrs. Dick Hellmig from the read club's correspondence -

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Small Ideas Can


I Yield Big ProfitsCecil



-- The Federal Govern- program.Be .
ment's Beneficial Suggestion A- patriotic -- Be a
wards Program is paying off. mit a "money

To make money an Idea doesn't through your &
have to be on the "executive lev- It pays.
el" and save the government mil
lions of dollars. Interested in the

Small ideas that may save mod- Then needs Troop! 365 Come, NAS ,-Ce-- -FIRST--- SLIGHT -- A new F8H gets under way the
erate sums in expenditures can make you interest out a new the type's first operationsl east coast flight. It
mount up to large totals when your 931 taken from Cecil Field by Commander
of Squadron was up
the I
joining rest us
enough of them come in. Officer of VF'
day August 29, in with the Lemuel O. Warfield, Commanding
They not only pay off for the of Memorial Chapel at Com- 661 which also received the new aircraft last
government but they also payoff Boys between the '\ week.
for the employee or serviceman.For 18 and their parents

instance: Mr. Mack C. to attend. VF-931 Receive
Bell, Mr Joseph C. Keegan, Mr. '
Herbert R. Martin Mr. JamesF. Rider ToMaster
Cox and Mr. Lawrence T. F8H Crusader
Glover, all of the Public Works
Department, and Mr. Joseph W.
Cliff of the Supply Department, 26 in the wake of the Pue- for a Mediterranean deploymentin
were given cash awards of up crisis, are currently replac- the near future.
to $SO. recently for their ideas. Commander T. their early model Crusaders The F8H, a remanufacturedF8D
And after all, $80 is $80. That's Commanding Officer the aircraft. has been modified to permitits
new
the reason it's called "awards" den Warriors" use for attack and close air
Squadron Eighty The squadrons are scheduled support missions. It retains the
ed George M. Rider Crusader's traditional fighter -
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JOIN THI SfAR-SPANGUp
Advancement a lot of experience and interceptor capability.On .
*_FIKEOM_ A ter Chief Friday, ( I) Cmdr. Ledbetter has plenty August 8, Commander le-
for Master Chief it. He entered the Navy as muel O. Warfield, USNR, Com-
Sign up serving in his 24th enlisted man in 1946 and manding Officer of the VF 661
U S. Savings Bonds duty and has been for 11. years as anAero- Firefighters, made the first east
N* W freedom Sham VA 87 since May Mate. In 1958 he was coast operational flight in the
He has been as a meteorologist modified Crusader.
ly to fighter the Limited Duty Officer Commander R. T. Hogan is
been aboard NAS Commanding Officer of VF 931.
WE FINANCE ALL since March of 1965. The Lt. Cmdr. is not the only
[SERVICE PERSONNEL! Chief Rider's in his family with out
seven Good Conduct accomplishments on re- VA45AwardsADJ3
'56 Chev. 4Dr." .. $165 Navy Occupation .
'61 Chev. 4-Dr. $295 the China Service His son Wayne Douglas Led-
'62 Pontiac Wagon$695 tional Defense has been accepted for John D. MacPhearsonwas
'63 Ford V-8, 4Dr.$495 the World War'' II admission to Jacksonville selected Plane Captain of
the Armed Forces the month in Attack Squadron 45
and awarded
CROWN Medal (Vietnam), and Scholarship.was The a last week.In .
Unit Commendation ( ceremonies honoring Mac-
is for full tuition
AUTO SALES of Tonkin). is renewable for four years. Phearson, Commander Don Reh,
I 1227 Main St. The Chief is He has just completed his jun Commanding Officer of the.
} '($.t".en 2nd & 3rd) former Betty Joyce year at Forrest,High School Squadron, presented him with av .
j 355-2378 resides with his $21)a will be permitted to skip squadron plaque, a certificate,;
and citation.
sonville. a
senior year in order to at-
The citation commended Mac-
the University.
Phearson for his
performance,
Wayne ranked Number 1 in a
of 667 last He Is ability, technical knowledge, and
;:r; 94 ZtfZ itBUILDERS member of the National year. Honor the follow.In example. he sets for othersto
and of the Joe Berg Sem-
the YN2
in Humanities. At the Uni same ceremony
BY BELLAIR HOME James McLeod and AMH2 Don-
he will major in mathe-
ald Sotak were awarded Good
with a minor in philo-
Conduct Medals.TACOS. .


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F"di$wa""wa.7wpp sa+ /nV1F ;""t' +r. ,
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Movies will be
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p.m. There will "O" CLUB Enjoy the Beefeater's -

die Matinee at 2 Buffet today from 6 to 9 Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blending Blvd. Jacksonville,
a regular feature p.m. Happy Hour tomorrow and Florida 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday r :
and holidays. The Saturday held from 3:30 to 6 Ads arriving too late for this deadline will' be published the following' week unless thej\ ,it.: "'
ter will have one p.m. Saturday night'' will feature publisher is 'instructed/ otherwise. A check or money order for the full. cost of the, 4.1ft us I..: :ube
at 7 p.m. Cecil a Champagne Special with received WITH the copy for the ad. ,: i
two nightly shows Johnny Jelinek providing music. '
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at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Tomorrow's entertainment will De Net Seri 'C tRite :'. :,\ ':r .
be shown. on feature Charlie Jay. Stars and \' '. ', $

GA 5 p.m.- General Ratings: Bars 5:30 to will 8 p.m be held Buffet Saturday Dinner from will : MlRlnvn, chime ((3 Hies). . . .'-. .$2.00 '

Very erior Good E' -G be 9 p.m.served Tuesday on Sunday night's from'feature 6 to :of.:' ,.Per 1 ltl".II-II.I, ((4 words. per line). ..'. .' ." 0.50 !,

Q A Class Not will .be a foreign dish special 'I. (- :,

THURSDAY '
CPO CLUB-- Pizzas go for 75# ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS 'WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC .
NAS: tonight. Dance to the tunes of Parts and Expert Service NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of '5900 JOCKEY?? For information call:,
starring Annette : Mel Gaden tomorrow evening., PERFORMANCE CARS. INC blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and 356 8351, Day or Night. ",
, Fabian, ((104 mln.) Also try the Seafood' Special. 2144 Blanding Blvd. 388 042.a Unfurn. Apts., All newpalnt.SBR,
The.Tune Twisters will be under LR, Kit Furn. Nook. Park 2 4 ti'j;
FRIDAY, the spotlight Saturday evening.A '4 EXTRA LARGE FENCED cars, water & sewage &garbageincl. STEREO COMBINATION ::
NAS: "SCALP sirloin steak dinner Is featured Trailer Lots for Sale or Rent. only $85 mo. for unfurn. CONSOLE MODEL with radio ""
starring Burt for $1.65. 960 Gallon Sewage Systems, A-I Call 387-2541 nites and week-. take up payments on beautiful;
Shelley Winters. ( ) drinking( water. 8 miles from ends Call 389-0744. stereo like new. 4 speed record -
BLUEJACKETS INN--Tonightwill NAS. Grade, High 'School ,Bus '"" changer. Balance due $68'or
SATURDAY, feature the Rush Hours.. To- Stop., 2 Lots on ''Mail ,Rt., LAKE:LOTS $8 per month. Phone 353-1946
NAS "THE morrow night will feature Phil $28. and $26. down payments: Large lots''' on Santa Fe Lake. anytime. Ask for Credit Manager.Will ..
starring: Jerry Cay 'and the Chattels Saturdayand Balance 6/fo. Call 264 '5140. Terms. 'Call Owner 387.73'19.PUBLIC deliver, no obligation. A-l
min. Sunday afternoon Sixteens : Music Center, 1606 Main, St.
Bay. ((115 )
will swing out followed by the UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT NOTICE Jacksonville.
UFO's on Saturday and Sunday 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath' Must sell this ,week,. Singer
night. Monday the Sixteens en- Bungalow w/stove&refrig.Furn. sewing machines left in storage. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE ''
tertain. Tuesday features the Dining Rm., Garage & Space Pay $15 storage charges ea.Call, Houses & Apts. Equity VA & ?
Standard Productions, and Wednesday -. Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545, Call 772 0722. Free Delivery; 5320 FHA resales $50. & $1 0'' dwn.,
the UFO's return. Don't after July 8.'DELRA Wesconnett Blvd. Dealer. Call Powell or Mill USN
miss the daily food specials. Ret. 264 2411, Orange 'Park ,..
Y' MANOR 1l0t.,& DARDEN MOBILE HOME Realty. i,
ACEY DUCEY CLUB-- Friday Karen St. New all brick homes Subdivision, 9416 Crystal SpringsRd.
night is Casual Night and fea- AC Low 20's. Building Lots .. 781 2127. Close to Cecil MIDDLEBURG AREA
tures the Mark Castle Dance Available. Floyd White Bldr. Field 85x91" Lg. Lots water, Big Branch Rd. 5 acres ..10 ,.:.
Band. Saturday, the Shamrockswill 771-5643._ paved roads patio 2nd Mo. rent acres & larger. Terms.. Ph. '
be on hand to entertain and ZIG ZAG FOR $43 Free. 282 5272 or 282 5224.

on Sunday immediately following SEWING Machine Original Guarantee -'
game night the Four Clubs will Zlg Zags makes buttonholes PICTURES OF WEDDINGS FOR RENT 2 BR APT. FURN.
entertain. Remember our game Sews on buttons decorative Parties, gatherings etc. Best'' Orange Park, Will rent, to TAD
night at 4 p.m. No culottes designs monograms etc. Deal around Call 264 2140. Personnel or Bachelors. 264. -
shorts, or slacks are permitted. 6884.
Just pay balance $43 at $8 per
Children must be 10 years of month Call Credit Manager. '
ORANGE PARK JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1' '
and I. D. card.
an
age possess Phone 353 1946 anytime. Will
TROPICAL SETTING Otr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean .
Happy Hour is featured Monday
deliver obligation. 1606 MainSt.
no
EXECUTIVE AREA modern'trailers & Apts. 389-
through Wednesday from 4:30 to '
6:30 HOLLY POINT 3007. r* .'
725"1212"t p.m.FLEET 1965 DAT SON 4 DR True Economy 4 BR, 2 Baths Corner F'place, ?::1"! ..
RESERVE --' Happy c iCall "389 ; 5234. between ',LR &'' DR, Lge.;' Mod. COUNTRY HOME, FOR,SALE:' '\..':
Hour is held from 4 to 5 p.m., evenings or weekends.. Kit., Wooded Lot Will refinanceFHA Clay County -.6 Acresl0 Rooms' J t
Monday through Friday. Sunday, or VA $28,500.VIRGINIA Flowing Wen, 25 'minutes from :
dance to the music of The 8 65 ,OLDS DELUXE -2 DR DELTA E. BELL NAS, Call Fannie Crosby, 284-
Balls from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. 88 PS and Brakes,,Clean. $1450 REAL ESTATE 9230.
388 .8805.I 264 2488 Broker
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mitted to emerge I OPEN new, 4-speed record player, bal.
from behind the $49 or $7 mo.. 5320 WesconnettBlvdi
The 36-26-36 1966 GALAXIE 500-Excel,$1350 .
,772 0722 Dealer,
in 20th or reasonable offer. Credit Union
duction, "The 0 0'A will finance. Navy owner: 387 -
She." BELLAIR BILLIARDS: -SNOOKER 1370. t
& POOL, Open Daily,Bellalr
LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY Shopping Center.,t. "' ., !.;; :.' MERCEDES BENZ -, 190 SL- 4

..,. Perfoc. Inap.ct-, Sports, Car '-' ,2 Tops Mint. *
*. .... th.m the VW 16 point .t7.d FOR SALE 1963 MOBILE HOME
.d .v.rfthlnt thata..d.d actual miles -
Ian. Then .e tuned up. ",Mened.d r pUe Cond., 28,000 t.
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It. And cuteed them 10*,.for the repair or nibs.r.pl.e.m.nt Como Equity $400. Assume Paymts., 387 1370. '
1000
of en 41 1ft Mid mrior double mbhMic chock.part.for. 30 d.y.' or Immediate possession., Lot 1006
ENGINE .TRANIIMISSION'.REAR AXLE .FRONT AXLEASSEMBLIES Washington St. Colonial Mo. Ho. $50, $100 DOWN.HOMES, 2, 3, 4
'BRAKE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Park, Lane Ave. S. Br., 1 1/2 baths, total payments .
o from $75 to $105. Mo. ?
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MOTORS 65 VW SEDAN. . :i .' :.' ...- $1200 Mil. $1800 or Best Offer 771 -
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.' 66 VW SEDAN ., .. .''ti; .: ::1i&u: \{ u$1400 LR, w/Flreplace, Separate,Din- t

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See Honda s Hot 66 VW SEDAN Air Cond. ,,.. .. ". . $1690 Outstanding cond., $150. under Garage Nice Yd., W/Trees, Vacant -
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David Scott, as maintenance co Mrs. Jay Perry, vice pre "..., 'J.'"'
chairman, and Mrs. Frederick sident and program chairman, This column is going to take on ural Gas and Wisconsin'Public
Flagge to be snack bar -co- announced that Congressman a different approach. The past Service considered the investors -
chairman.A Charles E. Bennett.will be the policy has been to help inform most valuable asset in
family barbeque will be held speaker at the clubhouse at'7:30 prospective-investors in the me- the utility field. Between them
at the Skeet Club Saturday for p.m. Aug 21. The public is tirs and benefits of,stock market they manage to maincainanaverage -

\ the members and families. Mrs. invited to hear the speech covering .. ... .". .-,,. .. '. investing. A technical ,anaylsis yield of 6.3 per cent. Yield
i Jimmy Gibson chairman and Mrs. the issues before congress ._.. -.. -. of individual industries will be is a, dividend or payment that a .
Dallas Schumate, co chairman which will be given at the clubhouse T.L.ft" --"" ---- covered in .this and future art- the shareholder.A .
; .A" company pays to
reservations. /## icles.
; are taking Bldg. 716. for profits will result -
high
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investing knowledge. The information
[GROWING YOUNG FAMILIES? ,in past articles canbe pu holder. .(.
to use in the evaluation of the These companies.have a mind
industrial reports to come. This for growth and expansion. In

The TIKI JI i for YOU! column in no way intends to bias 1967, Boston Edison, ,announcedthe
opinions on any stock, but to present possibility of a merger between -
As Jacksonville's newest experience in luxury family qualitive factors which may two other corporationsand
i living THE TIKI transports the mood and tempo help determine how well suited a itself. If the 'merger Won
of the'' South Seas to Florida with a new dimension In stock is for an investment sit- to take place, a combined net
leisure and convenience. The Polynesian influence of uation.In revenue total would be $489.8
the architecture 'and the tropical setting are only hints .J ji the navy, it is Important and million.
of the adventure in living awaiting within. necessary to put your moneyin
the place where it will do the Thousands of industries are
) most good. Utility companiesare open to the individual investor by
the most liberal in the area requesting more informationabout
of yields, and therefore, shouldbe them from your broker.
the most attractive to navy NEXT: WEEK: Major growthis
personnel. seen in a fast growing industry -
Boston Edison, El Paso Nat- .. Franchise Operations.
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lax -- Members of the NAS regular monthly meetings would
,1p.1 Marine Wives Club, held a reg- resume beginning. Sept. 23 at
ular business meeting in Bldg. 8 p.m. In Bldg.1 572, and each
572, Marine AviationDetachmentat fourth Monday thereafter.The .
8 p.m., Monday. Mrs. RobertE.
Swartz president, presidedat door prize was won by
Mrs. An Slocumb Sr., and
FLOOR PLAN OF TYPICAL 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT the meeting.
served
refreshments were by
The two bedroom apartments offer many desirable features Business conducted included Mrs. Kathryn Parham.
including dual dressing areas and large closets. Class THESE FEATURES AND final plans to give a ward party
living room doors open on private patios screened by lush YOUR UTILITY BILL IN- at the Naval Hospital Tuesday, Marine wives interested in
shrubbery. The orderly layout combines efficiency and CLUDEDINAMODERATERENT.. at 6:30 p.m., and to hold a bake joining or obtaining: informationon
mobility in an esthetic setting. sale Sept. 20. Members of the the club are invited to attend .-
meetings'or call 264 '-
club 'will be contacted
THE .Complete !laundry facilities types of baked goods toarrange to pre- 9487 or 384 -, 6584.

.Large Walk ''n"Closets--. pare.'

Private Patios ., It was also announced that the

pool: ; 'I Marine Barracks at Cecil Field 1Fr0.ftsts!
Clear inviting I
,
: has donated $21 to the club for
Master TV System the Marine Corps Civic Action '

Fully 'Equipped Kitchens by program. WHOLESALE
2K Miles From JAX HAS Main Gate The club curtails meetings
PRICE TO EVERYONE
221 Old Orlill Perk Reid +*orlp..oLnF during advantage the summer of leave months and vacation to take

Ph.M 264-9524 Ir 2644263oooooo@oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo during school holidays and it was OPEN
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Fall ScheduleTV I T. COMPUTER CORNER- Rod and Gun Club?


FootballWFGA By Bud GoodeHow Must For Huntsmen

many games will it take to win.the '68 pennant? And which
teams still have a chance at the flag? ,
TV Channel 12 in Computer Corner poured the Attention hunters I Particularly Membership is open to all comers -
season standings including
Jacksonville, has announced their games won, lost and still to play into our University Computing those newly arrived at Cecil aboard Cecil. The initial
schedule for this fall's American ,Corporation electronic eyaluator to figure ,what percentage of remaining Field. fee is $5. Dues thereafter are
Football League viewing as games the teams must win in order to capture a total of With the various game seasons $2.50 per: year. The money iJ
follows: 95 this year. With St- Louis and Detroit,both playing better than starting to open in a few weeks, used to buy seed and fertilizer
Friday, Sept. 6, Cincinnati at .600 ball, it will take at least 95 games to win the flag and it's time to get ready now! to plant dove fields and quail.
San Diego -- 8:30 p.m.; Sunday 100 wins are possible in either league. The station has approximately and deer plots.
Sept. 8, Boston at Buffalo -- Which teams have the Offensive-Defensive ability to win 95 12,000 acres of forest land
2 p.m.; Monday, Sept. 9, Kansas games? The number of Runs divided by the number: of Opponent and lakes devoted to hunting and A membership drive and fish
City at Houston -- 9 p.m.; Runs is the best measure of a team's total ability. It takes a ratioof fishing. However, to be eli- fry will be held Saturday, Sept.
Sunday, Sept. 15, Oakland at Buffalo R/OR of 1.20 or better to capture the flag. Currently Detroit gible for hunting aboard the sta- 14, at the Lake Newman recrea-
-- 1:30 p.m.; Sunday, Sept. is 279'0 stronger than the average team in the American League tion you must obtain member- tion area. Tickets may be obtained -
22, Buffalo. at Cincinnati -- 1:30 with a 1.27 R/OR ratio figure; and St. Louis is 34% stronger witha ship in the Rod and Gun Club. from any member.
p.m.; Sunday, Sept.29,New Yorkat 1.34 figure. Here are Computer Corner's results for the remaining
Buffalo -,- 1:30 p.m.; Sunday, teams showing total team ability measured by R/OR; and also
Oct. 6, Miami at Houston -- the percentage of remaining games they must capture for 95 wins GUARANTEED
(thru July 23))
4 p.m.; Sunday, Oct. 13, Den- :
ver at New York -- 1:30 p.m.; National Learue RlOR. % TO Amtrican'LNrue, R/OR.%TO
Sunday Oct. 20, Miami at WIN IS 'WIN 9i HEADLIGHT
Cincinnati -- 1:30 p.m.; Sunday ST. LOUIS ,1.34 .49 DETROIT 1.27 .54
Oct. ,27, Boston at New York -- PITTSBURGH .''\ 1,09.76 BALTIMORE 1.22.62
1:30 p.m.; SundayNov.3Buffaloat NEW YOltK 1.05 .76 CLEVELAND .,. .' 1.14 .64
SAN FRANCISCO 1.04 .72 MINNESOTA '
1.06 .74 ALIGNMENT
New York -- 1:30 p.m.; Sun-
CINCINNATI 1.03 .70 OAKLAND
Nov. 10 Miami 1.04 ,74
day, at Buf- ATLANTA : '
.97 .68 CHICAGO
( .9.5" .79 .
falo -- 1:30 Sunday Nov. .
p.m.;
PHILADELPHIA ,
.95 .71 BOSTON ?.92
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17 San Buffalo
; Diego at -- CHICAGO
.93 .73 NEW YORK .92 .73
1:30 Sunday,Nov.24 Miamiat ment as vied in
p.m.; LOS ANGELES .86 .79 CALIFORNIA .86 .74
Boston -- 1:30 Thurs- Slat.Insp.ctions I
p.m.; HOUSTON .83 .83 WASHINGTON .75 .89
day, Nov. 28; Houston at Kansas The odds are almost 100 to 1 against a team winning 75% of a Iq
City -- 1:30 p.m.;Thursday,Nov. 60 game series. So Pittsburgh, New York, Dodgers and Houstonare
28, Buffalo at Oakland -- 4 p.m. out of contention for '68. Washington, California, New York P SINGLE
Sunday, Dec. 1; Miami at New and those teams who must win 74% of their remaining games,
York -- 1:30 p.m. Saturday,Dec. are in the same boat. But Baltimore MIGHT make a race,of it In I k' nP, $250
7, Buffalo at Houston--4:30 p.m. the American League.: As for the Angels, even the first division
Sunday, Dec. 8 Boston at Mia- seems like a long haul, and if he wants to move I that far ,up the
mi 1:30 p.m.; Saturday, Dec. ladder, Bill Rigney will need the help of Bekins Van & Storage. 4 {{ 1 Al dl' i'Ii '
14, Kansas City at Denver --
4:30 p.m.; Sunday, Dec. 15, New CecilChildrenGraduateFrom DOUBLE
York at Miami -- 1:30 p.m.NAVY $ 9 9
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RE1'/REMENT IPj dependent through than twelve children 175, received Cecil ages Field Red five and station At returning.Friday'sceremonheldatthe enlisted swimming pool, M DlTI aV Rl I[ []u

+- Cross Beginning Swimmers Certhe children received their cer- ,
tificates last Friday, August 9. tificates which showed that they DOWNTOWN-1104 W: Beaver St. EL 5.7661
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Cross beginning swimmers also received pins commen- SOUTHSIDE-3388 Hwy. ** 8-9515
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structors and sponsored by the certificates are certified and
Cecil Field Special Services Designed by Mrs. Virginia Gunter,
--s- partment. Cecil Field ,Red Cross Representative 354.905''f
To pass the course, the children and by an instructor.
were required to learn float- Instructors for the course
ing techniques, to dive into deep were: Paul W. Hartman,' Abby
water and to pass a test which Hayett, Larry Skipper, James
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; GO 'Hunts'WithVP16 ..-' .. '.'. .' .1 I HARTU News and Views ''I I



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Jax -- Capt. H.tO. Cutler, II NARTU has been hosting 20 a class of 13.Robinson .
commanding officer of NAS young Senior Naval Sea Cadets joined the Naval Air
visited the Eagles of Patrol this week. The cadets, 'sponsor- Reserve in Nov. 1948, and '
Squadron Sixteen, Aug.7toobtain ed by the Navy League of Jack- was called to active duty in March
a, first hand view of VP sonville, visited such placesas 1951, with Patrol Squadron741.
.operations, in' the Jacksonvillearea. Weather Reconnaissance Released from active duty in
Squadron Four Camp Blanding Feb. 1953 Robinson Is pre
and Naval Station Mayport.' sently the recruiting petty officer -

After a briefing by Cdr. Ross, Any boy between the ages of for HS64F2.In .
CO of VP 16, and the Tactics 14 and 17, can join ,the Sea Ca- civilian life he Is supervisor -
, Branch of the Operations De dets, which meet at NARTU every planner: and estimator at
\ I partment concerning the mission Wednesday,night. For information NARF.Ixch.ntlel'.lIIs.
f and capabilities of the squadron: ,, contact NARTU Public Affairs -
the new CO of the base was given : Office, Ext. 3353.,
'an extensive tour of the squad- *
ron which is .located in the new Fall
Switch t
VP Hanger Complex. Captain NARTU's J03 Skip Fairfieldcan .
Cutler then accompanied Crew SQUADRON BRIEFING Commodore W. W. Honour, com- be heard every Saturday
Seven aboard a P3A aircraft mander FAW I II I and Capt. T. H. Ross (r), CO of VP 16, evening from 10 :30 to 11 p.m. ,"With the' end of the summer
piloted by LCdr. G. T. McKenzie were In charge of the briefing given to the new Commanding on radio station WQIK FM. drawing near, the Navy Exchangeis
on a six hour anti sub- Officer of HAS Capt. H. 0. Cutler (c). Sponsored by the Naval Air Reserve shifting its emphasis to fall
marine warfare exercise training Fairfield serves adoub- fashions and back to school
.flisht.Durin&this. le purpose of 'entertaining ,and items" explains Navy Ex -
keeping the public informed of change Officer Cdr. M. J. Ott.
flight, which utilized -
: selections of back -
the services of the Sub the reserve, program. Complete
S Jax Marine NewsBy to school clothing, stationaryand
marine USS Cubera,Captain Cutler r accessories are available for

was able to observe the cap- AECS George I. Robinson, was students of all age groups. '
ability and co ordination of a SSgt. Jim Custer graduated top man at COM For example, 'study lamps, a-
highly qualified ASW crew em- NAVAIRLANT Career Q>unse- larm clocks, lunch boxes loose
: ploying the latest, mpst sophis- lor's School here Friday, out of leaf binders, and paper are featured -
ticated sensor equipment in developing -
in the store.
a tactical solution to' Jax -- Smiles, cigars and sore Receiving promotions were "Medium price luggage in coordinated
pinpoint the elusive'''submarine. arms were the order of the week Cpls. Thomas W. Sowell and Alton year' marine veteran reportedto colors is getting a big

VP -,16 is ,one of the five as five MAD Marines,were presented P. Crews and LCpls WilliamC. MAD in April 1967 from duty play by yhe college bound scho-
squadrons under the commandof promotion warrants by Lt- Wolfe, David N. Redfern and with the 2nd LAAM Battalion in lars,' according to Myrna

< Commodore W. W. Honour, Col. A. E. James, CO, Roland S. Buckhalter. Vietnam. '% Wagner, Navy Exchange buyer.
commander Fleet Air Wing 11. .' Sgt. McCanlies comes here "The latest fall fashions, in
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Two arrivals and one depar-
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Fliers Enter 5Ironman I


6ND Softball Tax -- The air station's Iron League title. Spring sports include -
man trophy for spring sports bowling, golf, swimming,
Competition was presented to the Heavy Pho- volleyball, track, basektball, and
tographic Squadron 62 Tigers softball.
last week by Cdr. W. L. Berkey VAP 62 held the lead all
Jax -- The Jax Navy Fliersare NAS administration officer. through the spring season for the
In competition with 11 other uPl- K Patrol Squadron 62 is the Ironman by winning the base
teams from throughout the Sixth first fleet unit with deployed air- basketball championship,the volleyball -
Naval District for a shot at the craft to win the Ironman tropy title and the American
6ND Softball championship titleat 4 P since 1959. League softball crown. The
Charleston, S. C., this week. The Photomen amassed a total Photomen also came in second in
The Fliers drew a bye on the I of 3,950 points, 1,475 ahead of the base swim meet and intramural -
first day of the contest then their nearest rival for the tro- softball. The Tigers
were shut out 1 0' in their phy. The Ironman is presented also picked up assistance from
first game Tuesday by Cecil twice each year to the squadronor the squadron golf and bowling
Field.In 4 I I I'L unit that excels in intramural teams.
their second game Tuesday, sports competition.The The Tiger softball team com-
the Fliers dropped Key West 7- spring competition went pleted the season with a 16 4
2, then took on Glynco yesterday down to the final sport -- soft- record in regular season play
morning.Two ball -- before the Tigers were behind the pitching of Don Jackson -
other contests in the tour decided the winner after defeat- who returned in the middleof
ney saw Cecil Field shut out ing Hospital for the American the season from deployment.
Mayport 7-0 then lost to Mem-
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6ND Golf


T eHoiors


Jax -- Three NAS golfers are _
competing in the South Atlantic
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Regional golf tourney at NAS .ai:4
Y. JtA Ocean Va. this week after : .
i... .......... taking top honors in the Sixth ; % 4_ F:
Naval District meet here lastweek. i:4-
', 1'.., ". :
il In the Seniors division Jim i.. i

l \. II [itf' up Kinder with and first Walt and Kelczewski second place came i k y.w *

\.' fVt "1 respectively, While Walt Brittle .
.J.9 ." took third place in the Open division 4
,
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-- Kinder
At the end of regular play, -
and Kelczewski were tied for 5 I

the lead with 293's setting up a _
PRESENTATION LCdr. R. H. Taylor, VP 45 Softball sudden death play off situation. f'
coach, accepts COMFAIRJAX and HAS intramural champion Still tied after four holes Kinder k ; .- _J-
I sank a 40 foot putt for a birdie
ship trophies from Cdr. H. D. Wilbur, VP 45 CO, as team' four on the fifth hole for the k--

members look on.Patrol Seniors division title. .. -
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In the Open division,Dick Jones '
TOP GOLFERS Capt. Henry 0. Cutler, NAS Commanding .
Ends "
'!' Squadron 45 of Pensacola shot a 68 7673- '-."
: 75 292 to take the crown. officer, presents 6ND First place trophies to (I r) Jim Kinder, -
I' Taking second place was Bob Dia- of HAS, winner of the Seniors division; Mary B. Collins of

Season With 30-4 Mark mond also of Pensacpla with a Charleston, Women's division winner and Dick Jones of pen-.
73 76 70 76 295. Walt sacola first place In the Open division.
Brittle of NAS came in third
Jax -- A whopping 30-4 Marines VW 4 and FICEUR.As with a 70-75-75-77-

record marked a softball sea- regular season play ended, 297 and Larry Miller of Mayport '
son of championship titles and the patrol squadron won the COM- rounded out the top four with a 'IWJ $l 'U @l @h1IID I ISBob's
trophies for Patrol Squadron 45 FAIRJAX championship crown in 74-77-74-79-304. 0 Q
as the team ended this year's three games then wrapped up Taking first place in the Wo
season last week. the station intramural title in men's division was Mary B.Collins -
The Patrol Squadron's ace hur- seven games as Stewart pitchedtwo who shot a 93 88 93 -
ler, Don Stewart who ended the no hitters back to backin 367. There were three other
regular season play with a 19 one evening. lady golfers competing as Ellen
1 record, went on to the 30-4 Carlson shot 100 106 101 -
Then last week the team ended Oak Hill
for 101 408, Chris Cotton shota
mark in championship games
their season after being knockedout
104 107 104 105 420
VP45.In of the Commander:> in Chief and Pat
Lee 120 121 120 Pure Service Center
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