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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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. :.: ;Teen-age Wins Navy Cross '



A.19 year old Tallapossa, while serving in Vietnam, were was cited in a letter that accom- platoon. Realizing the serious- eral (hand grenades into the building -
Ga., Marine corporal, recov- presented with Purple Heart panied the Silver Star. Signed by ness of the situation, Corporal killing, two North Vietna-
ering from wounds at the Naval Medals the same day. Secretary of the Navy for Presi- Cheatwood unhesitatingly exposed mese soldiers.
Hospital here, has received his Cheatwood's valor under fire dent Johnson, the teenage Marinewas himself to the hostile fireas "Subsequently volunteering to

country's second highest award .. ,. credited with "Extraordinary he assumed a. kneeling posi- lead a search for an enemy machine -
for valor in combat. ,P'b'i, .-- :: ..., f: r\t a,, t'i'r '
;: '( ': :' ::1; heroism while serving as tion and skillfully delivered sup- gun that had been firingat
Cpl. Paul R. Cheatwood received ''''';:L4" "SS a mortarman with Company B, pressive fire at the enemy emplacement his company, Corporal Cheat-

the Navy Cross August iflJj'1[ ;' '" : ;: First Battalion, Fifth Marines, enabling corpsmen to wood became separated from his
21 from Brig. Gen. E.S. Piper First Marine Division (Re- move to the assistance of the men as he moved through a
during the hospital ceremonies.At inforced), in connection with operations casualties. After assisting the building. Electing to continue his
the same ceremony, General against the enemy in corpsmen in providing first aid mission he alertly observed
Piper presented the Silver Star "" the Republic of Vietnam. On the for two casualties his unit was eight enemy soldiers in a near-

r to Sgt. George E. Robinson, 28, 9 morning of February 16, 1968, again pinned down by automatic by structure. Reacting instantly
and the Bronze Star to 1st Lt. Corporal Cheatwood's company weapons fire."Reacting. he threw numerous} hand gre-
T.R. Woollens, 23. Robinson is .. '}' was attacking North Vietnamese instantly, he rapidly nades and fired his pistol into
from Georgia and the lieutenantis 1 Army forces occupying the city directed a heavy volume of rifle the building.
a native of Florida. Both men of Hue. fire at the hostile position and, "Although painfullywoundedheinflicted
were decorated for their actions "Ctossing an open area towarda crawling (forward assisted a numerous casualties on
during the Tet Offensive in Viet-' building, the Marines suddenly wounded Marine.When the corps- the enemy soldiers and forced
nam earlier this year Twelve came under enemy sniper man arrived, Corporal Cheat- the remainder to flee In panic
other men who are currently recovering 4 fire, killing one man wounding wood maneuvered toward the sni and confusion.. His bold initia-
from wounds sustained Cpl. Cheatwood four others and pinning down the per's position and hurled sev- tive and outstanding professionalism -

were an inspiration to all
who observed him and contributed
significantly to the accomplishment -
of his unit's mission. By
aiAkxIt
; his exceptional courage aggres-
sive fighting spirit and selfless
devotion to duty in the face of

ti great personal danger, Corporal
Cheatwood upheld the highest traditions -
,.
,
': .. < of the Marine Corps and
the United States Naval Service.
Publishni by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an 0 f he u i expression of any
military department The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised r-------

VOL. 26 NO. 23 U. S. NAVAL AIR,STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA AUGUST 29, 1968

j News Briefs \


Capt. Cutler' Earns Holiday Hours

The following Navy Exchange

activities will be open Labor
Navy Commendationall .rs' Day: NAS -Cafeteria. Bldg. 118,
continuous; Bowling Alley Snack
Bar, noon to 11 p.m.; Service
Station. Bldg. 26 and
Express
',Capt. Henry O. Cutler commanding RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, commander Store #1, Bldg 931. 9 a.m. to,
officer of NAS Jacksonville Fleet Air. Jacksonville
5 p.m.; Blue Jackets Inn, 9 a.m.
was presented the Navy pinned the medal on Captain Cut- to midnight. NATTC Cafeteria
Commendation Medal during ler during the afternoon ceremony -
.. .
) i Bldg. 554 noon to 9:30 p.m.
ceremonies in his office Monday. Li
All other
Ah7 Navy Exchange activi-
The captain was decorated for In a citation from the Secretary ties will be
his service as director of the of the Navy which accompanies closedCornntissuy f

'.' Strategic Systems Study and An- the medal, the secretarywrote .. .
e t,. alysis Division within the Office of Captain Cutler "As the
4 of the ,Chief of Naval Operations director of the Strategic Systems Closes Tuesday

., ,*,......Study and Analysis Division,Captain '
'"
::
SMrcfc, Riscio"TourLocwtos Cutler has been responsible" ; The commissary stores at NAS
'
coordinating and directing an laX; Cecil Field and Mayport;
Mbslii But extensive analytical study effort. u 1 will be dosed Tuesday. All three
!It f "His efforts have resulted ina stores' will' resume normal op-

LCdr. Guy Weir and AMC/AP significant contribution to the ._ ...... erations Wednesday.
----
T.L. Shelhart of the station's achievement of an increasingly .ftmw
Capt. Cutler Receives Medal as Mrs. Cutler looks on. 4 M 4 t
Search and Rescue section located larger Navy role in the national
a 20-foot fishing boat and strategic warfare posture. Paper Out FridayDue

its two occupants Sunday after "Captain Cutler's exemplary
they were reported missing. performance of duty was in keep Navy Lists 39 Skills to Labor Day, next week's

Alerted by a message received ing with the, highest traditionof edition of JaxAirNews will be
from the Coast Guard in Miami, the United States Naval Ser- distributed aboard base on Friday -
,the two Jax pilots took off from vice." Eligible for Pro-Pay S rather than Thursday.

the station just before 9:30 Sun- lIe served in the Washingtonpost
. .
day morning in search for the from February 1967 until A Secretary of the Navy'mes- are eligible for P 3: ST-. :
., small craft. After searching the June of this year, and assumed sage to all commands this week 0423 0471, 0474, 0475, 0476 Dental Sign Up Begins
waters off Fernandina Beach for command of NAS Jacksonville on outlined the Navy's 1969 Profi- 0478, 0479, 0484, 0488, 0496 and Scheduling of appointments for
almost three hours the duo located ciency Pay Program which goes 0497. GM 0984. FT 1119, eligible children whose sponsor's

the craft' about 18 miles 19.What's into effect Sunday. 1137, 1139 1144, 1164, 1172 birth month Is September will
northeast of the Beach. nine skills NEC's
-
inside Thirty ( ) 1175 and 1192. begin Tuesday under the station
Commander Weir and Chief in 10 ratings have been ap Other ratings authorized the Dental Department's Preventive
t. Shelhart remained over the boat proved for advancement to Pro- $100 Include ET's.RM's
.... a month : Dentistry Program for Children.
. 2
EDITORIALS
Page '
< until a Coast Guard cutter from ficiency 'P
Pay Program level and CT's with NEC 1539.
Children of active duty and'retired -
::,., Jacksonville Beach arrived on the JAX MARINES. .Pagt 4 3 at $100 per month. Sonar ET's, iRM's, CT's and AT's with military personnel who are
It.:.f scene to pick up the fishermen, Technician leads the P 3
CIVILIAN NEWS .Page 6 new NEC 1541, 1542, 1545, and 1548. bonafide dependents and betweenthe
a Jacksonville doctor and his
son. authorization list with 11 skills Data Processor Technicians
.' The two men had left Fernan- MOVIES . Page 9 authorized for the monthly bon- with NEC's 2721 2722,' 2725, eligible ages for of treatment.six and 23 will be

dina Beach early Saturdaymorn- WANT: ADS. . Page 9 us. Torpedomen who hold NEC's 2726 and 2727 have moved up Appointments may be made by
f ing and were stranded for more 0746 also added
through749 were the P 3 level.
r.., than 29 hours after their engine SPORTS. . Page 11 to the P 3 authorizationsunder to AT's and AQ's with NEC's the sponsor or spouse at the Den
tal desk
Department appointment
l. failed before being spotted by NATTC. . .Page 15 the 1969 program.By 7962 7963, 7964, 7971 and 7972 during normal working hours. At
r the Navy airmen. ratings,the following NEC's are also now eligible for the that time they will be given a

.. $100 a month speciality pay.Moving definite and furnished -
appointment
I Air Rework Officer Has $600 Ideacraft up to P 2 at $75a necessary materials and In-
month In the follow-
are men structions. No telephone appointments -
ing ratings with NEC's: RD's will be made.
r, S LCdr. Billy L. McClellan, A materials required by a con- and engines would be sup- with 0318; RD's and AT's with Each child will receive anoral
7 project officer at the Naval tractor for overhaul rework and plied and controlled through a 0333; RM's and CT's with 2314; health examination an applica-
", S Air Rework Facility, is $600 maintenance of government air- single supply control point. Be- and RM's with '.2333 2392! and tion of a substance to Inhibit
t. richer this week and American J, __' Rr fore the new concept was sug- 2393. tooth decay and oral hygeine
$6 million funds provided con-
taxpayers are over gested, were and
and
r: better off, thanks to the com 1 tractors to buy government fur- Charity Benefit demonstration educational lecture
dental health mater-
', mander and a Navy civilian. nished materials.The ,
.
ial. No X rays will be given.Kindergarten
4t new method went into effect -
The Rework officer received
after adopted and outlined Tickets Selling i *
the dieck of initial
as part an
r 'y
F; 6r by Commander U.S. Naval Air
;. award for a beneficial suggestion Forces Atlantic. Estimated first Tickets for the Annual Fall Classes Begin

,:+ which he submitted jointly year savings of $6,801,530 are Charity Benefit, "Golden Rule
with Albert] Glanotti an indsu- S5 {s. attributed to the two men's idea. Days" to be held Sept. 28 at The Navy Wives Club Nursery
, \ trial specialist at the Naval Air f.. According to the"Defense Management the Officers Club will go on saleat Kindergarten has openings for

'" 5 Systems Command McClellan headquarters.head Journal"on the material 11 a.m. Wednesday. classes beginning Sept. 4.Junior

;.... of Commander the Air System's Command's was concept the new single manage- Sale of tickets will coincide classes will be offered for children -
: ment concept will cut contract with a Jacksonville Officers' three and four and senior
Commercial Rework Branch material costs by 28 per cent Wives Cub coffee, slated for classes will be conducted for five
/:t when both men submitted their Ae and reduce production delays the same day. Hostesses for the year olds. Further Informationmay
cost cutting ideas. which contractors used to experience coffee will be from ComFalrJax be obtained from Mrs. May

: The joint suggestion recommended in obtaining materials on NARTU and Feet Weather Faci- Middleton. supervisor of the nursery -
new procedures whereby -- .LCdr.t1cCI -llan the open market. lity. at Ext. .'J880.Marine .


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,August 29 1968
Pace 1 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


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Services
0ivine I I

Editorial View Points

I.
ROMAN CATHOLIC
St. Edwards Chapel


Strictly American SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.
SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.

Americans in that CONFESSIONS 5 p.m.-
are currently engaged quadrennial phenomenon : '
in the annals of and : 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
unique political history practice -- our national :
elections. # ; 'a' TUESDAY
This is not to say that our elections and the processes leadingup : : \\ Single Young Catholic Organ-
"I .
to them are, to say the least, different. { ization - 7:30 p.m.

Starting with the first presidential primary early in the election c I .
year, our populace is hallooed, hammered and harangued with the U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
pleas promises and protestations of potential presidents.The ; ,," Luke's Chapel
show really gets on the road with the major party conven
tions. These are a combination of a Zeigfeld Revue, the World ; SUNDAY MASS - 8:00 a.m.
Series, a TV spectacular, the Constitutional Convention and a Fourthof 'i t PROTESTANT

July picnic all rolled into one. SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
From these emerge the final candidates, selected on the basisof rT T .,- "Ii

popular support by the majority of individuals in that particular SMILES APPROVAL-Mrs. Richard Collins pins on her hus- PROTESTANTAll

political party. band's new CWO4.shoulderboards in a ceremony at the NAS Saints' Chapel
Then until election day, the American people have the chance to Commissary Store. Warrant Officer Collins has been attachedto
concentrate on the opinions, views and policies of the major
the .
candidates. the Commissary Store here since November 1966 as SUNDAY .

By way of newspapers, radio and television, we are able to assistant officer in charge. CHURCH#722 SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.

study, disect, question, sift and determine the candidates' views on ," .. .,- ,, '<< < Blgd.
\ 'Yi Service10:00
w ,,,, : ;. >1':11 jf Divine Worship
"'::::...=. it'f -",,'- -!<, ,,"' o\ei' 'itjfl' 4# .
> \ 722.
''f< ; "., ''"' t" ) .> ""*\' < \;,. > >', r 1 ; Junior Youth Fellowship 6p.m.
-- : 4, l}( < ", J, ) > Bldg. #722. .
WEDNESDAYSenior
.. ._, -
"
Choir Rehearsal 7'p.m.

By Philip L. Weintraub THURSDAY
Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
About 83 per cent of the world's growth objective should be inter- Bldg. #722.Christian .
T a population lives on only two per ested In this expanding field. Science Service --
b tb cent of the available land. This Profits will appreciate due to 7:30 p.m. Bldg. #722.Traffic.
fact brings bout a problem that enlarged Federal spending on
and --- *" """ "*"
companiesseem
industry is trying to correct- control many rI ,
air and water pollution.It in a favorable position for

everything from aardvarks to zymurgy. From the mass of information is estimated that by 1970, purchase at this time. The companies -
claims and counter-claims,we are able to arrive at a decision, $10-billion will be spent on air in this industry have rot I J JI
as to which man, in our own opinion, would be best suited to guide and water pollution control, realized their complete growth
this nation in the coming four years. The final choice is made on double the amount currentlybeingspent. potential, which explains the opportunity -
election day when we exercise our right as a citizen to vote. for a more advanta- I Violations IThe \
There may be better ways to choose the president of the United Pollution of man's natural environment geous purchase.
States -- is perfect. has stemmed from the Water pollution is to be treat-
no system Although at times, our presidential following is a report of
campaign seems to lack the dignity and solemnity of the high officeto activities that have advanced his ed with as much care and determination motor vehicle accidents and traf-
which the candidates aspire, the campaign process is the free standard of living. Solutions are to stamp out, as air fice violations for the period
expression of free people exercising their right to have a voice in not arrived as easily as the orig- pollution. Chemical treatmentsfor August 13 through 19.
their future. inal problems were to create.In water pollution have shown
Although the campaign may have its entertaining aspects, it'sa some instances the solution overwhelming strides of ad- Number of AccidentsThis
Week - - -7
serious business. Use the coming weeks wisely so you can makean may necessitate a technological vancement. Mechanical processes -
Total accidents this
intelligent choice on election day. change that will eliminate the that have been experimentedwith year through
August 19 - - -232
Our system may not be perfect,but it is certainly the best history ...source of the problem. Designsof were found to be unreason- Number of accidents through
has produced.: Choice, even under a possibly imperfect system, is > ,buildings, transportation and ably costly. '
far better than no choice at all. AFPS) industry .in production will be The Air Quality Act of 1957 August 1967 - 245
affected if a reasonable cure is provided $428-million over the Total number of days since last
discovered. Studies have conclusively next three years for government injury in a motor' vehicle ac ,
HappinessBy cident - '-. - -34
established the need and spending. Three-fourths of this
the means for taking on a new money will go to private indus- Number of Violations
Cdr. J. T. Dimino, CHC attitude that will provide ade- try for research.My This Week - - -45

Happiness does not consist in the abundance of things a man pos- quate control. idea of helping start an investment Speeding -------4
sesses, nor does it reside in the satisfaction of different desires -. club here has fizzled. Reckless Driving - -2,
for example, pleasure at one moment, publicity at another. Rather, This country has establishedthe However, if groups of peoplecan Going through Stop Sign -1
happiness is conditioned on two things: an over all purpose in need to do something imme- get together I would be hap- Other Violations - -38
and second, the crushing of egotism and selfishness.The diately about its tragedy of con- py to come and help get a club Thirty Eight drivers ap -
goal of life must satisfy the highest reaches of tamination. Investors with a organized. peared before the Traffic Hearing
personality, C_ _..J .. ..L_ ___ l___ LLI __
namely our desire for life, our craving for truth, and our longing A.JUUU ai LUC meeting iiciu uu
for love. Urgent Messages May August 22. Disposition of the

Life is not satisfied by three more days of living, but by unending cases included the following:
immortality; truth is satisfied, not by knowing all geographyto Four lost driving and parking

the exclusion of philosophy; the mind can come to rest only,when Be Sent Men at Sea privileges aboard" station for
it possesses a knowledge of all truth, not in an abstract form but various periods; 14 were assigned -
personalized in Him Who says: "I am the Truth." to complete neight hour,

Finally, the will is satifieid not by a love that grows cold or has NavNews--Under unusual circumstances Washington, D.C. / San Fran- course In remedial driving; 10
phases like the moon, but by a love that is a continuous ecstacy it is sometimes nec- cisco, Calif. received suspensions; Two were
without hate or limitation. essary for family members to The Naval CommunicationsStation given warnings; Five were dismissed -
This Perfect Life, Perfect Truth, and Perfect Love is God. Hence, contact military personnel at sea. will forward the ; Six were fined (U. S.
our over all in life be the messagevia Commissioner) and One was referred -
purpose must attainment of God in heaven. Exhausting the usual emergency Navy circuits when conditions ;
The second condition of happiness is crushing egotism and self- methods--getting in touch with permit. Personal messages are to his commanding officer -
ishness which stand in the way of attaining that ultimate goal or the American Red Cross the handled after all official mes- for possible disciplinaryaction.
purpose. Hell must be composed completely of egotistic persons. Navy Relief Society or the Officeof sages have been cleared. Twenty Nine drivers
Those who presently live with such people have a foretaste of hell. the base chaplain, the family were assessed 85 traffic points.
The reason the ego has to be crushed is because unless a "for member may be able to use the
sale" sign is hung on it, neither God nor neighbor can move in. Navy's communications facility.The From the Top Chief
So long as there remains the ego or selfishness by which we affirmour Naval CommunicationsStation ,

pleasure over others, we are consumed by an inner unhappiness. Washington, D.C., or NavNews -- (Editor Note: This is the first of three articles by
San Francisco, Calif., accept and Master Chief Black on the subject of Leadership) ,
relay personal messages to per- Leadership is a tough job in the but
Navy also a most importantone.
sonnel afloat fall
provided they
.
You
will
succeed as a leader only if you have prepared
within the following categories: yourself for the job.

JT/L2C .A.IR.NEW'S: Matter of life or death, or ,ser- A good leader Is always striving to improve himself and the
ious illness: matter o(personal
teamwork of his unit. You
cannot select a detail and simply turn
of
arrangements important bus- them loose on a job. A check of progress and changes in working
iness, not of a recurrent nature
The JAN AIR NEWS Is a Civilian/ Enterprise Newspaper ; assignments should be made when necessary.
distributed each Thursday at the U, S. Nava! Air Station, birth announcements in the immediate Many successful leaders will say a division or unit runs itself,
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Molt Publishing!! Company, family. but in truth, you will find the leader of
such In the
a private firm. All Copy submitted the These be group always
for use in JAX AIR messages must sent center of things
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Uox to the Naval Communications Station his. men. A Pldhs') advising, supervising, and taking care of
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12PO noon on Monday before pub via commercial means (telegram good leader develops teamwork but he doesn't sit back
and
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone except the team to take care of itself and him. Effective leadership -'
) and the cost borne by
772 3118 or 3119. calls for follow up and
supervision, not needless harassment
the sender. A suggested formatis
A ]ffiri leader must do the job with the men available, some may
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and querieseonecrnfug : not assignments but '
such should be directed to: JOHN PAUL JONES, AN, 000 load regardless of each man must carry his share of
'00 00(name,rank/rate: ,ser- '3a hohe feels about the job. The true testliJSJhVf
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. ial number) to turn a reluctant worker into a willing worker

,Jacksonville. Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 DETACHMENT ALFA, NAV- his unit does s measured by the results of orders given and how
as a 'h\le. TIle
average sailor his leaders
SUPPRON THREE to know his job and expects
USS NEVERSAIL (SHIP TO to teach effectively. In explaining why each
VOL 26 NO. 23 step is necessary, the
,
AUGUST 29, 1968 manner in which
WHICH MAN IS ASSIGNED) tant. A good leader you exPlain is very impor-
must also 1 be a good instructor and be good
C/0 Naval CommunicationsStation instructor, a leader to a
be
must
ject and his men. genuinely interested in both his subI -






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1 ::',.u I :' rare'.VN14 Beauty Pagtnt .:;:' ','" :'. ', *7"::':,
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-_'''t "' ,, Scheduled For Y Stars In Play

CECIL--Mrs.Margaret Oehl-
Jax Beach Sat. beck wife of LCdr Edward W.Oehlbeck .

attached to VA 72
I+Y With Labor Day in the wings, here, is now appearing as the
the Jacksonville Beaches have wife of the storekeeper and mother -
"never been nicer," accordingto of the romantic lead in "My
the Jacksonville Beach Chamber Three Angels" to run at the Al-
of Commerce.An hambra Dinner Theatre in Jack-
estimated 60,000 personsare sonville until Sept. 22.
expected over the long weekend In one of the most telling linesof
and many, of them may find the play, the long suffering
their way into the Beaches Aud- goodwile proclaims: "I have two
itorium at 3 p.m. Saturday for children: one I gave birth to
the Queen of the Florida Crown and one I married."

Beauty Pageant.? There are seventeen THE FIRST AND SECOND. .Frank M. Hayes (USN ret.) and Called "a very talented actress
lovely entries, and the son Lt. (Og) Marty Hayes get together at VA .; 174 where the -- at the very least one of the
"Sing Out Jax" chorus will per- younger Hayes is going through A7 training.VA174 most talented actresses in Jack--
t'" form for a half hour The sonville today,"by.criticShir-
1 winner will receive her diadem rel f Rhoades, she has also star-
later In the evening. Admissionis Has Second red In ,"The Little Foxes," a
Burkett free. HayesAttack Jacksonville Guild Players pro

duction, and "The Women" for
Bur ett New Squadron 174 beginsits chief petty officer now an elec- Jacksonville Little Theatre.

Prepare...... second generation of aerial tronics engineer In Hopkinsvllle,
sailors with Ltjg)Marty Hayes, I<}-. He came to Cecil Field recently '"She gave a very moving performance -
,
I,1 AB Editor .' School Starts -'a Ready Replacement pilot flyingone to visit with his son and as a flighty, hystericalhousewif'e
of its new A7 Corsair ITs. check up on his old outfit. in 'The Little Foxes.;
,t "Things have certainly changed Hhoades told The Afterburner.
.......TuesdayIn
\ The new face in the Ptblic Commissioned in '1944, on the since I was with the original "Then reversed herself and became -
5 Affairs Office here at Cecil Field the glare of publicity, about West Coast and deployed a "Hellrazors", he decided, aftera a calculating, shrewish
>, I belongs to William R. Burkett: of facilities.Lt. wench in 'The Women."'
safety during the upcoming holl- board the USS Princeton to the tour squadron
Jr., veteran' newsman and writer day weekend, a very Importantfact Pacific in 1946 flying the old Hayes is a 1960 graduateof Mrs. Cehlbeck has done pro-
who will from now on be much fessional theatre in the United
should not be overlooked: Curtis SB2CHelldiversthenVB- Annapolis and earned his wings
involved in the content of these a very few hours after the 48 had a rearseat crewmanbythename in'Beeville,Tex.,prior to reporting Kingdom and In New Zealand.
"?"tl: pages. He takes a post that has. holidays weekend closes at of Frank M. Hayes, and to VA 174 for training in LCdr Oehlbeck was awarded the
been civilianized by the gov- midnight Monday, school bells received its sobriquet "Hellraz- the new Corsair, itself a second Silver Star tor performance of

,v ;, ernment. will be ringing again in Duval ors" from the late, great Walt generation ship, taking its another sot -- valorous combat
"I'm"not entirely new to public County. Disney. name from the fabled old droop- service in Vietnam. They reside
*
t'':', affairs, he said upon reporting "Tuesday the school zones The elder Hayes, father of the wing Corsair inumerable Paci- with their son Shim in London -
*
: for
work. "I did this
kind of
1 j" will again be in effect, says new "Hellrazor", isI retired fic and Asian missions. towne.
In the
,' thing Army, back when Sergeant E. I. Dupont of the

they were still calling it PIO.." Highway Patrol, "and childrenwill ..
L" Burkett
a published writer,
be atarting another school
,/
has worked for both the Florida
; year.
\" Times Union and
Jacksonville
Drivers shouldn't feel the ,1i
Journal locally, and the Augusta need for careful driving is '
over
Chronical and Martinez Evans when the Labor Day holiday : "
Times in Georgia. He received closes. : When you ./
the civil service "
appointment fol- Peak student period will cor- .1'
:" '*',' lowing of freelance
a summer
,.". writing which, as he it, respond roughly with peaktraf- :/i.\\ :
puts flce periods, and work and : : <" ; need
was "more fun that it was pro- home bound motorists should' F t":;:: ,': "'; : money
. ..> fitable." ;i .'r;* .
exercise particular care: near ,
} ', He said he wanted to get a- ;":.:\: ",' : :.::..' ,. ':,;<;t ;: ." '
school zones, the sergeant ;: ,, <, ,L; .... .,.. 1 Ii h.
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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

Edwards Chapel


AmericanAmericans SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.
SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.

are currently engaged in that quadrennial phenomenon CONFESSIONS 5 p.m.-

unique in the annals of political history and practice -- our 'national 5:30 p.m. & 1 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
elections. s "" kl TUESDAY

This is not to say that our elections and the processes leadingup Single Young Catholic Organ-
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to them are, to say the least, different. ization - 7:30 p.m.

Starting with the first presidential primary early in the election
year, our populace is hallooed, hammered and harangued with the U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
pleas, promises and protestations of potential presidents.The Luke's Chapel
show really gets on the road with the major party conven
tions. These are a combination of a Zeigfeld Revue, the World SUNDAY MASS - -8:00 a.m.

Series, a TV spectacular, the Constitutional Convention and a Fourthof PROTESTANT
July picnic all rolled into one. SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
From these emerge the final candidates, selected on the basisof
popular support by the majority of individuals in that particular SMILES APPROVAl--Mrs. Richard Collins pins on her hus- PROTESTANTAll

political party. band's new CWO-4.shoulderboards in a ceremony at the NAS Saints' Chapel
Then until election day, the American people have the chance to Commissary Store. Warrant Officer Collins has been attachedto
concentrate on the opinions, views and policies of the major the
the Commissary Store here since November 1966 as SUNDAY "
candidates. assistant officer in charge.By CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.
of radio and television able
By way newspapers, we are to Blgd. #722
study, disect, question, sift and determine the candidates' views on "
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About 83 per cent of the world's growth objective should be inter- Bldg. #722.Christian .
e ested in this expanding field. Science Service --
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cent of the available land. This Profits will appreciate due to 7:30 p.m. Bldg. #722.

fact brings about a problem that enlarged, Federal spending on
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control companiesseem
industry is trying to correct-- many ,
air and water pollution.It in a favorable position for

everything from aardvarks to zymurgy. From the mass of information is estimated that by 1970, purchase at this time. The com- I Traffic II

claims and counter-claims,we are able to arrive at a decision, $10-billion will be spent on air panies in this industry have not I
as to which man, in our own opinion, would be best suited to guide and water pollution control, realized their complete growth
this nation in the coming four years. The final choice is made on double the amount currently being potential, which explains the opportunity -
election when exercise for a more advanta- Violations IThe \
day we our right as a citizen to vote. spent.
There may be better ways to choose the president of the United Pollution of man's natural en- geous purchase.
States -- no system is perfect. Although at times, our presidential vironment has stemmed from the Water pollution is to be treat- following is a report of
campaign seems to lack the dignity and solemnity of the high officeto activities that have advanced his ed with as much care and determination motor vehicle accidents and traf-

which the candidates aspire, the campaign process is the free standard of living. Solutions are to stamp out, as air fice violations for the period
expression of free people exercising their right to have a voice in not arrived as easily as the orig- pollution. Chemical treatmentsfor August 13 through 19.
their future. inal problems were to create.In water pollution have shown
Although the campaign may have its entertaining aspects, it'sa some instances the solution overwhelming strides of ad- Number of Accidents
This Week - - -7
serious business. Use the coming weeks wisely so you can makean may necessitate a technological vancement. Mechanical processes -
Total accidents this
intelligent choice on election day. change that will eliminate the that have been experimentedwith year through
August 19 - - -232
Our system may not be perfect, but it is certainly the best history,,source of'the problem. Designs were found to be unreason- Number of accidents through
has produced. Choice, even under a possibly imperfect system, is *, of ,buildings, transportation and ably costly.
far better than no choice at all. (AFPS) industry .in production will be, The Air Quality Act of 1957 August 1967----- -245
affected if a reasonable cure is provided $428-million over the Total number of days since last
discovered. Studies have con- next three years for government injury in a motor vehicle ac -
HappinessBy cident - '-. - -34
clusively established the need and spending. Three-fourths of this
the means for taking on a new money will go to private indus- Number of ViolationsThis
Cdr. J. T. Dimino, CHC attitude that will provide ade- try for research.My Week - - -45

Happiness does not consist in the abundance of things a man pos- quate control. idea'of helping start an investment Speeding -------4
sesses, nor does it reside in the satisfaction of different desires -. club here has fizzled. Reckless Driving - -2
for example, pleasure at one moment, publicity at another. Rather, This country has establishedthe However, if groups of peoplecan Going through Stop Sign -1
happiness is conditioned on two things: an over all purpose in need to do something imme- get together I would be hap- Other Violations - -38
and second the crushing of egotism and selfishness.The diately about its tragedy of con- py to come and help get a club Thirty Eight drivers ap -
goal of life must satisfy the highest reaches of personality, tamination. Investors with a organized. peared before the Traffic Hearing

namely our desire for life, our craving for truth, and our longing Board at the meeting held on
for love. Urgent Messages May August 22. Disposition of the

Life is not satisfied by three more days of living, but by unending cases included the following:
immortality; truth is satisfied, not by knowing all geographyto Four lost driving and parking

the exclusion of philosophy; the mind can come to rest only whenit Be Sent Men at Sea privileges aboard station for
possesses a knowledge of all truth, not in an abstract form but various periods; 14 were assigned -
personalized in Him Who says: "I am the Truth." to complete an eight hour

Finally, the will is satifieid not by a love that grows cold or has NavNews,-Under unusual circumstances Washington, D.C. / San Fran- course in remedial driving; 10
phases like the moon, but by a love that is a continuous ecstacy it is sometimes nec- cisco, Calif. received suspensions; Two were
without hate or limitation. essary for family members to TIle Naval CommunicationsStation given warnings; Five were dismissed -
This Perfect Life, Perfect Truth, and Perfect Love is God. Hence contact military personnel at sea. will forward the ; Six were fined (U. S..
our over all in life be the messagevia Commissioner) and One was referred -
purpose must attainment of God in heaven. Exhausting the usual emergency Navy circuits when conditions ;
The second condition of happiness is crushing egotism and selfishness methods--getting in touch with permit. Personal messages are to his commanding officer -
which stand in the way of attaining that ultimate goal or the American Red Cross, the handled after all official mes- for possible disciplinaryaction.
purpose. Hell must be composed completely of egotistic persons. Navy Relief Society, or the Office sages have been cleared. Twenty Nine drivers
Those who presently live with such people have a foretaste of hell. of the base chaplain, the family were assessed 85 traffic points.

The reason the ego has to be crushed is because unless a "for member may be able to use the

sale" sign is hung on it, neither God nor neighbor can move in. Navy's communications facility.The From the Top ChiefNavNews
So long as there remains the ego or selfishness by which we affirmour Naval CommunicationsStation

pleasure over others, we are consumed byan inner unhappiness. Washington, D.C., or -- (Editor Note: This is the first of three articles by
San Francisco, Calif., accept and Master Chief Black on the subject of Leadership)

relay personal messages to personnel Leadership Is a tough job in the Navy but also a most importantone.
afloat fall
provided they .
You will succeed as a leader if have
only you preparedyourself
within the following categories: for the job.A .

a A X ..A.IR N E WS Matter of life or death, or ser- good leader is always striving to improve himself and the
ious illness; matter o[personal teamwork of his unit. You cannot select detail and
a simply turn
arrangements of important business them loose on a job. A check of progress and changes in working
The lAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper not of a recurrent nature; assignments should be made when necessary.

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, birth announcements in the immediate Many successful leaders will say a division or unit runs itself,
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt family. but in truth
Publishing
Company, you will find the leader of
such in the
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use 'in th AIR These messages must be sent center of things a group always
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Uox to the Naval Communications Station his men. A lildlJg'! advising supervising, and taking care ofgOOd
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News items arc welcomed all except the team to take care of Itself
from sources Telephone and him. Effective leadership -
) and the cost borne by
772 calls for follow
3118 or 3119.Aduertisements I up and r supervision, not needless harassment.
the sender. A suggested format A
good leader
must do the job with
the
arc solicited by the publisher and queries is: not like the assignments but men available, some may
concerning such should be directed to: JOHN PAUL JONES, AN, 000 the load regardless of how each man must' share of
lie
00 00(name,rank/rate,ser- 'of a leader is to feels about the job/The. true test
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. ial number) turn a reluctant worker into a willing worker.
.Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Leadership is measured by the results of orders
Telephone 388 2755 DETACHMENT ALFA NAV- his unit does as a whole. TIle ftivenandhoW
SUPPRON THREE to know his job and average sailor expects his leaders
to teach
USS NEVERSAIL (SHIP TO effectively. In explaining why each
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1968 liSuJ in which
WHICH MAN IS ASSIGNED) tant. A good you explain is very impor-
C/O Naval CommunicationsStation instructor, a leader must also be be a good instructor and to be a good
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attached to VA 72
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A Labor Day in the wings, here, is now appearing as the
ry the Jacksonville Beaches have wife of the storekeeper and mother -
"never been nicer," accordingto of the romantic lead in "My
the Jacksonville Beach Chamber Three Angels" to run at the Al-
of Commerce.An hambra Dinner Theatre in Jack-

,estimated 60,000 personsare sonville until Sept. 22.
e. w expected over the long week- In one of the most telling lines
end, and many. of them may find of the play, the long suffering
their way into the Beaches Aud- goodwife proclaims: "I have two
itorium at 3 p.m. Saturday for children: one I gave birth to
the Queen of the Florida Crown and one I married."

'j, Beauty Pageant.. There are seventeen THE FIRST AND SECOND. .Frank M. Hayes (USN ret.) and Called "a very talented actress
ti1 lovely entries, and the son Lt. (jg) Marty Hayes get together at VA =; 174 where the -- at the very least one of the
"Sing Out JaxM chorus will per- younger Hayes is going through A7 training. most talented actresses in Jack-
\,' form for a half hour The sonville today,"by.critic Shir-:;
r winner will receive her diadem rel Rhoades, she has also star-
,, later In the evening. Admissionis VA-174 Has Second HayesAttack red In "The Little Foxes,*' a
BurkettBurkeft free. Jacksonville Guild Players pro-

duction, and "The Women" for
New Squadron 174 beginsits chief petty officer now an elec- Jacksonville Little Theatre.

Prepare...... second generation of aerial tronics engineer in Hopkinsville,
I ... sailors with Lt.(jg)Marty Hayes, Ky. He came to Cecil Field recently '"She gave a very moving per-
AB Editor School Starts -'a Ready Replacement pilot flyingone to visit with his son and formance as a flighty, hysterical
of its new A7 Corsair U's. check up on his old outfit. housewife in 'The Little Foxes;
"Things have certainly chang Rhoades told The Afterburner.
face the .......TuesdayIn
The new In Public Commissioned in '1944, on the ed since I was with the original "Then reversed herself and became -
Affairs Office here at Cecil Field the glare of publicity about West Coast and deployed a "Hellrazors", he decided aftera a calculating, shrewish
belongs to William R. Burkett: safety during the upcoming holi- board the USS Princeton to the tour of squadron facilities.Lt. wench In 'The Women..nMrs.
Jr., veteran newsman and writer day weekend, a very importantfact Pacific in 1946 flying the old Hayes is a 1960 graduateof Cehlbeck has done pro-
who will from
be
now on much should not be overlooked: Curtis SB2CHelldlvers,then VB- Annapolis and earned his wings fessional theatre In the United
involved in the content of these a very few hours after the 48 had a rearseatcrewmanbythename in'Beeville,Tex.,prior to reporting Kingdom and in New Zealand.
:: been pages. He takes a post that has. holidays weekend closes at of Frank M. Hayes, and to VA 174 for training in LCdr Oehlbeck was awarded the
civilianized by the gov- midnight Monday, school bells received its sobriquet "Hellraz- the"'new Corsair itself a second -', Silver Star or performance of
\ ernment. will be ringing again in Duval ors" from the late, great Walt generation ship, taking its another sou -- valorous combat
"I'm"not entirely new to public County. Disney. name from the fabled old droop- service in Vietnam. They reside
: affairs, he said upon reporting "Tuesday the school zones The elder Hayes, father of the wing Corsair of inumerable Paci- with their son Shim in London -
i for "I
work. did this kind
of
will again be in effect, says new "Hellrazor", Is a retired fic and Asian missions. towne.
thing in the Army, back when
Sergeant E. 1. ,Dupont of the -
they were still calling it"Burkett ..
Highway Patrol "and childrenwill ,
a published writer,
has for be atarting another school ; ":. ,,',., '
worked both the Florida year. ', <',t !:t;1t.t: ; "{:
Times Union and Jacksonville Drivers, shouldn't feel the "
Journal locally, and the Augusta need for careful <
driving is ,
over
Chronical and Martinez .,
Evans when : ;
the Labor Day holiday
Times in Georgia. He receivedthe closes." Whenyou

civil service appointment following Peak student period will cor-
;'..' a summer of freelance
writing which, as he puts It, fice respond roughly with peaktraf- 7 need
and
periods, work and ; < ,,.A' :
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fitable. exercise particular care: near li1j-) '; i ; .
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zones sergeant ; .. .
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Aviation News," a t
monthly magazine published by
the Chief of Naval Operations and V
the Naval Air Systems Command,

Is requestfng the submission of 9 v R e 9
articles for publication.The 3nmy < 4 Sfig 4
mission of magazine is .
to disseminate professional in .
formation on aviation subjects
which include safety and sur-

__ vival measures, technical de 4NSHARP
or velopments, training,operations,
GETS "E"--Cdr. John R. Farrell I, commanding officer of astronautics, and overhaul and

VP-5, found his car decorated upon returning from California maintenance procedures.Items .

Cdr. Farrell's 'Mad Foxes' recently won the COMNAVAIR- of broad general inter- -
LANT Excellence award for battle efficiency and combat est to naval aviation personnelare
SHOOTERS--SSgt. Orsen E. Wolf instructs Sea
readiness. desired as well as the more
technical nicies. Cadets on proper prone position in marlcmanship training.Ji't' .
I The general format of NAV-

I 'Approach' Magazine JacketTo AIRNEWS covers feature stories
from 600 to 3,000 words length '

Illustrate VP-16 Orions with cropped accompanying and fully photos captioned, un-or ( Jax Marine News

short ,news items, awards, re -

Jax -- LCdr. Walter Edwards, W. W. Honour, commander Fleet cords on rescues the of and individuals outstandingwork or By SSgt. Jim Custer
pan
an active duty*naval aviator with Air Wing 11.
VP 16 and professional artist, The pencil rendering of P3A activities, with without photos.
Submissions will --
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has contributed a drawing of P3A Orion, required two weeks work not normallybe
Orion aircraft to be used as the and will be reproduced colored acknowledged, but in some Four new sets of "rockers"were structed the NARTU Sea Cadetsin
cover jacket illustration for a ink for the cover jacket illustration cases the staff may request evident in the MAD area markmanship ,training. The
forthcoming issue of"Approach" amplification or additional photographs this week as newly promoted cadets spent a day at the Camp

magazine.It Lieutenant Commander Edwards ,- to illustrate material. marines, proudly displayed their Blanding Rifle Range firing the
portrays the PSA's of Pat- has had numerous one Editorial rewriting by the staff new chevrons. Adding a third M-14 rifle.
rol Squadron 16, commanded by man shows, and his work is pre- may be necessary to insure con- rocker with a promotion to mas- While SSgt. Wolf,' who is a
Cdr. T. H. Ross, on the taxi sently on exhibit at the Jackson- formance established proce- ter sergeant was OwenG.Cheney member of the MAD rifle team,
line at the new VP hanger complex ville Public Library and the dures and format.Correspondence. of the AE School Section. Sew- instructed the cadets on the fir
under the control of Capt. Studio One Gallery in town. may be addressed ing on their first rockers? with ing line, SSgt. Hall had the "butt
directly to "Naval Aviation their promotions to staff ser- detail" busy with the task of
News," Op 05D, Navy geant were David A. Shaw, Her- pasting targets and marking
Department, Washington, D. C., man R. Pruitt and Marion L. shots.

20360. Hill. All four men reported to The cadets fired from the two

5 b MAD from duty with the 1st and three hundred yard lines
WZv.s Club Marine Aircraft Wing in Viet- using the prone, sitting, kneel
\ ing and offhand positions. Lt.
u #86 EventsThe nam.MSgt.. Cheney. is currently B.F. MacRae, commanding officer
serving as an instructor at AE of the cadets, commendedthe
Navy Wives Club 4# 86 school and has been with MAD two marine NCO's on the
heard a speech by the Florida since December 1966. Duringhis outstanding way in which they
Congressman, Charles Bennett tenure in Vietnam he was instructed the unit. It was the
at their meeting Aug. 21. The 'awarded the Navy Commendation first time a lot of the cadets

congressman discussed the highlights Medal with Combat "V". ., had ever fired a rifle and it
I of the agenda for the'upcoming SSgt.Hill, a ten year Marine was' due largely to the instruc-
r x session of Congress and veteran, earned the Purple Heart tions received that they did so
I of items the bud- Medal for wounds sustained dur-
spoke on new well. * *
!I x ;ne n Mt aAS 1 get, taxes and crime prevention ing his 13 months in Vietnamas 'The oath of reenlistment was
i methods that will be voted upon. an ordnanceman. He is pres- of
administered to two marines
After the speech a question and ently instructing at the AO School
the detachment this week by
answer period was held. here.
LtCol. A.E. commanding
James,
Special guests were Capt. SSgt. Pruitt, NCOIC of the
Byran W. Dean, executive officer detachment's Retail Clothing officer of the detachment.

NAS, and Cdr. T.H. Ross, commanding Sales Section, has nine years Sworn in were SSgt. Ronald

_. __ __.'_ _..._..._...._...'._ ...___ wives.A officer VP-16, and their Marine Corpsservice behind him. Klaus.Christiansen A 15-year and veteran Sgt. Robert, Sgt.
Rounding out the
new mem-
be Christiansen reenlisted for four
membership drive will
P3A ORIONS-LCdr. Walter Edwards (c), maintenance officer held during the month of Sept- bers to the "rocker club" is.. years while Sgt. Klaus, who has

VP-16 and LCdr. Bill Wichmann (I), operations officer VP-16, ember under the chairmanshipofMrs. veteran SSgt. Shaw who Is also Instructor a nine year with ten years Marine Corps service
an
present LCdr. C. Clark, editor of "Approach," a drawing to Warren Anderson. Mem- the AE School Section, behind him, shipped-over for six
be used in the magazine. bers of the club will man booths years. SSgt. Christiansen is an

in front of the three exchanges * instructor at the Marine Mechan
and the commissary store from ical Fundamentals Schools and
each Thurs- "Get a good sight picture,take of the detachment
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sgt. Klaus is NCOIC
the slack
GUARANTEED day of the month. Informationon up and squeeze the Special Services Sec
trigger. These familiar
the Navy Wives Club of A- words tion. Both men reported here
were heard and
HEADLIGHT merica will be available to all over over again from the 1st Marine Aircraft
this week as SSgt. Orsen E. Wolf
interested enlisted wives of Na- headquartered in
Wing which is
and SSgt. Wendell J. Hall of the
vy, Coast Guard and Marines. Marine Aviation Detachment in- Vietnam. * *

The Marine Aviation Detachment
ALIGNMENT gained a new Personnel Administration
ExAMP Officer as 1st Lt.
Warren R. Lane took over the
Sam.Type Equip (LOOK = ouh OM21y0N hAN ANS reins of that office this week.
ment as used in Lt. Lane aboard from a
THE reports
Stalt Inspections! AT 1kR s X600 13-month tour of duty in Vietnam
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law puts strict restrictions on applicants
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and victed engaging
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Allow Pay for Full DayA dividual.person or injury to another in-

To incite a riot or to organ-
i change in the regulations ferential only for those hours but ize, promote,encourage, ,participate -
T r governing differential pay for not for his regular: tour. in or carry on a riot is
,- General Schedule employees who New duties recently addedto defined to mean "urging or instigating -
I perform hazardous duties has the hazard pay schedule, and other persons to riot.
FIRE PREVENTION Navy Exchange employees listen to for which the Commission ap -
been approved by the Civil Serv- A civil disorder means
any
NAS Jax senior Fire Inspector W. M. Olive during special
proved a 25 differential
ice Commission and several additional per "public distrubance Involvingacts
one-hour fire prevention class. Some 470 exchange employeesare duties have been added to are as follows: of violence by assemblagesof
expected to complete one of the 16 classes planned by the schedule for which hazard Participation in flights involving three or more persons, which
the Fire Department. The classes which began 6 launch and recovery a -
August pay is,authorized. causes an immediate danger of,
cover such topics as classes of fires, misuse of flammable board an aircraft, low level or results in damage or Injuryto
The that whenan
change provides
liquids and how to report a fire. Also discussed are home hazardous helicopter flights,low level tactical the property of persons or
employee performs a
fire escape plans. Other, units, commands, civic groups or duty for which a differential flights in fixed wing aircraft any other individual."
organizations may arrange classes for either day or eveningby is authorized he will be and tactical flights data for in collectionof All government employees and

calling the Fire Department, according to Inspector 0 paid the hazard pay for all hours measurement support persons seeking government em-
of research, development or test
live. served in a pay status on that ployment are being encouraged to
day. activities., read and be aware of the restrictions -
Sea aboard Re -
duty Deep
imposed by the new
Rogal Promoted to Warrant Previously, payment of the search Vessels when sea state is law.
differential depended on when high.
Jax -- Chief Avionics Technician blimp squadrons in the Navy. during the day the employee performed Performing as a Rotational
Joseph W. Rogal, a veteranof ,Although not on a flight crew, the hazardous dutyr If he Flight Simulator subject for re l.c.l Hit
more than 12 years of experi- Petty Officer Rogal performeda performed it during his regularly search in stress situations anti-
ence with anti submarine War- vital role in helping keep the scheduled tour he received ,cipated in space operations and to .Ills Tolflit.
fare equipment both in the. air electronic gear aboard the squad- hazard pay for all hours in that measure their effects on the '
and on the ground, was promo- ron's five Goodyear 2 PG ,- 2W tour but not for any additional limitations of human tolerance an The National Federation of
ted to Warrant Officer August 19 .and 3 W airships servicable for: hours beyond those regularly man's capacity to adapt.Participation Federal Employees Local
..
at a special,ceremony aboard, patrol missions. 1- ;schedul If he performed in liquid missile 1116 will hold an open meet-
; :' Patrol Squadron: Forty Five(VP- Reviewing his long associationwith hazardous duty during\ the addi- propulsion tests and certain ing tonight]p.m.atthe- Penin-
I f the science of Anti sub- tional tour, he received the dif- solid propulsion operations. sular Insurance Company
Cdr.. H. D. ,Wilbur VP 45 marine Warfare, WO Rogal said, Building, 645 Riverside Ave.,
commanding officer, issued the "It's difficult to compare ASW Office Jacksonville.
oath to. the Hastings, Pa. native today with that of 10 years ago, Employment Clifton R. Kiendt:! national
who had been serving squadron because the technological advances representative will be prin-
night check supervisor prior to have been so nunerous Lists Job cipal speaker at the meet-
his appointment. and complex.Ten years ago,most Openingsreceived. ing.All ,f
Warrant Officer Rogal enteredthe of the gear we have now was Merit civil service employeesin
Navy in February 1955 and a unheard of.'' promotion for opportunities of the greater Jacksonvillearea
later Now that the Red Dar-. currently open receipt applications MPB No. 141-68
year was assigned to Fleet newest are listed below. Supervisory are invited to attend the
Air Service Squadron 102 at ter officer has received his war- MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade Mechanical Engineer (Utilities), meeting and hear discussionson
NAS Norfolk where he first became rant, he Is awaiting orders to levels GS-4 and below MPB GS-12. Area of consideration: What the National Fed-
associated with ASW the Naval Aviation Schools Command ; Sixth' Naval District.
equip- No. 79-67 Plan C all semi- Applica- eration of Federal Employeesis
ment. at Pensacola and sub- skilled positions pay level seven tions will be accepted throughthe doing on Capital Hill," ac-
In 1959 AT2 Rogal was transferred sequent assignment to another VP and below MPB No. 83-67 PlanB close of business September cording to.Clyde H. Manning,
to 'ZW 1 at LakehurstN. squadron where he can continueto all skilled positions 9.MPB. president of Local 1116.
J. one of the last remaining pay No. 142-68 Teller GS-5
apply his' skills in ASW. level eight and above. Area of ,
consideration: NAS, NARF, Area of consideration: NAS,
I NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,FAETU- NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Jax Bus
LANT, NavyHospitalNavyCommissary FAETULANT, Navy Hospital.
Stores and Navy Recruiting Navy Commissary Stores and:!
station, Jacksonville. Navy Recruiting Station, Jack- ScheduleChanged .
Applications for these positions sonville. Applications will be accepted -
will be accepted at any time. A through the close of busi-

r + ;,7N6000W separate application mustbe filed ness September 5.
1 for each position in which in MPB No. 143-tia: supervisory A change In the station bus

terested., Electronics Technician, GS-11. schedule is necessary in order
MPB No. 158-67 Industrial Engineer Area of consideration: NAS for school children living aboard
GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Areaof NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX the station to make connections
consideration: Nationwide. Ap FAETULANT, Navy Hospital! with Sacred Heart School bus at
plications will be accepted until Navy Commissary Stores and Navy the Protestant Chapel parking,
the needs of the services are Recruiting Station, Jackson or with the St. Johns Country Day
met and:! will be considered as ville. Applications. will be accepted School bus and the Jax Coach
through the close of bus Company bus at Saratoga and Al-
iness Wednesday. legheny.

ORANGE MPg No. 144-68 Supervisory Effective Tuesday, until the
Production Controller,GS-li.Area close of the current school year,
PARK of consideration: NAS, the station buswill follow the below -
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX schedule:
FAETULANT Navy Hospital i First Trip leave Air Opera-
School of Dance Navy Commissary Stores and tions Building 118 at 6:20 a.m.;
JOIN THE JAX Navy Recruiting Station, Jack- leave Mustin Circle at 6:30 a.m.

457 King sky Ave.t sonville. Applications_will be ac- and leave Allegheny and Saratogaat
Orange Park' cepted through the close of bus 6:40 a.m.Second .
NAVY FLYING CLUBFAA iness September 9. Trip Leave Air Op-
S OPEN MPB No. 145-69'Shorthand Re erations Building at 6:50 a.m.;
DAY AFTER LABOR DAY porter, GS-6 or 7. Area of con leave I Mu:>tin Circle at 7 a.m.
sideration: Nationwide. and leave Allehgeny and Sara-

LICENSED INSTRUCTORS AVAILABLE ENROLL NOWFor tions will be accepted Applica through toga. at 7:10 a.m. '", 'I. '
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the close of business tomorrow. Third TripLeave Air Op -
Prepare yourself to be eligible for flight All applicants must be career eratlons Building 118 at 7:20
training under the new G.I. Bill. information please phone or career-conditional employees a.m.i; leave Mustin Circle at 7:30
of the Federal a.m. and leave Allegheny:and
Call 7l-O227ffor Information 264 9047 forms government.SF-171 or 57's Application Saratoga at 7:50 a.m. ', .'
for these::> positions should be The station bus will revert
Herlong Field Normandy Blvd. filed with IRD, Box 22, NAS, back to the regular schedule upon

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CHECKING ROUTE The Tactical I Co ordinator computes
I the various information from the contact systems on the plane

II and suggests the best maneuver to the plane commander. THE AIRCRAFT .. One of the most valuable weapon systems in ASW today is the P 2 air-

I\ ,, craft Capable of extremely long range patrol, it is vital to the overall defense picture of the
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Irf vy. Theirs is a complicated and tr
arduous task. Cramped crew stat- s
ions, long flight hours and highly Pq
I sophisticated equipment demand M
I II that they forge themselves
f into a smooth functioning team
a
{kf working towards a commongoal-
a successful mission..
Mechanics, electronic tech-
nicians, ordpancemen and the patrol a
plane commander (PPC
t work together each using his ,a L4A r
specialty to make effective use 1t
of the Antisubmarine Warfare
(ASW) weapons and electronic
--w systems.
Surveillance of shipping lanes-
t THE PILOT- The final word of the aircraft is the patrol seeking out unidentified subma- 117
'{ plane commander. The Commanding Officer of VP 7, Cdr. rine contacts means photographic
R. F. Wenzel pilots the plane during a routine flight. work and keeping accurate data
'on time, location and type. Dur-
ing deployment overseas the tem-
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Aloha .
Say work increases.
Sophisticated equipment and a ..Wo__, ... -____n
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objects-lifeless without the performance means work. Surface vessels of all included
photographic
types are
k .: :<:" .. *of the crewBe it a in this area.SOUPS .

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Movies will be shown nights Schedules
at the NAS Jax Theater at 7:31
p.m. There will also be a Kid
die Matinee at 2 p.m., Sat., and "0" Blvd. Jacksonville,
CLUB -- Tonight enjoy Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding
a .regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun the Beefeater's Buffet from 6 to Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday..
and holidays. The Hospital Thea 9 p.m. Tomorrow and Saturday, Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
ter will have one nightly feature Happy Hour will be from 3:30 publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the'ad must

at 7 p.m. Cecil Field will have until 6 p.m. Also tomorrow evening be received WITH the copy for the ad.

two nightly shows during the wee! enjoy the usual Friday '
at 5:30 ,and 8p.m. Matinees will] night Champagne Special. Dinner Do Not Seid Cask ,

be shown on weekends at 2 and< will be served from 6 to 10

5 p.m. Ratings: A Adults, p.m, and from 8 until 11 p.m., Rate: Minimum chirg ((3 lines). . e . .$2.00
GA General Audience S Sup Charlie Jay will provide the dancing -

erior E Excellent VG music. Saturday, Johnny Je- line words line). . . 0.50
((4
Very Good, G Good, F Fair, linek will be on hand from 8:30 Per additional per

CNA Class Not Available. p.m. until 1:30 a.m., providing
music for dancing. Sunday a
Thursday Aug. 29 Buffet Dinner willbe served from
6 to 9 Monday, the club FURNISHED APT. BELLAIR BILLIARDS WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear
p.m.
"THE WHISPERS"
NAS: star NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of
and package store will be closed. 3939 Boone Park 4 rm. lower. SNOOKER & POOL
Deith Evans and Eric & Unfurn.
Dame < Rd. Furn.
ring Jammes
The Ceiling Zero and the pool Conv. NAS $60. Call EV 7-3356 Open Daily
Portman. (Drama: General Aud will be Monday. Tuesday after 6 p.m.YAMAHA Bellalr Shopping Center Apts. Newly painted, 2BR, LR,
Excellent: 114 min.) open Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking.

HOSPITAL: "THE GOOD,THE night 6 to 9 is p.m.Foreign and Dish Wednesday Night from evening 1968, 125cc, 15.5hp FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Water, Sewage & Garbage incld.

BAD, THE UGLY" starring Clint is Family Night on the Twin Scrambler, Excel Cond., Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call
Eastwood. (Color Western: Adult Call 387-2541, nites or weekends Call
Patio. $150.00 & Take over pymts. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
Very Good: 161 min.;) of Vacancies.
: 389-0744. Plenty
after 5 Mills USN
264 5163 p.m. Call Powell or ,
Friday Aug. 30 CPO CLUB -- Tonight, from Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
4:30: until 9 p.m., pizzas will go 1965 PONTIAC GTO Realty. Military-Free Notary. PUBLIC NOTICE
NAS: "A MAN, WITH TWCFACES" for $.75. Tomorrow night the 4 Speed, Metallic Bronze, Chief Must sell this week, 4 Singer
starring Tab Hunter "
club will offer a seafood specialfor Harrah Ext. 492, Cecil. UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT sewing machines left in storage.
(Drama: 88 mins) Pay $15 storage, charges ea.Call
2 Br. 1 Bath
$1.25 music 4031 Baltic St., ,
and the dance
HOSPITAL: "THE WHIS FURN. APT. NEAR NAS & CE- 772 0722. Free Delivery, 5320
Dame Deitl will be provided by The Tune BR Pool Ideal for Bungalow w/stove refrig.Furn.
PERERS" starring ,
CIL 1 & Wesconnett Blvd. Dealer.
Rm.
Dining Garage Space
I Twisters. Mark Castle will be $65. 771-
Eric Portman. Drama
Evans and ( bachelor or single girl
Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545.
under the spot light Saturday.The
: General Aud. Excellent: 0348.
I 114 min.) specials for the week will STEREO COMBINATION LAKE LOTS
include sirloin steak for $1.65 65 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL CONSOLE MODEL with radio
Saturday, Aug. 31 Saturday, prime rib roast for 4 Dr. Sedan, All power W/W take up payments on beautiful Large lots on Santa Fe 387-7379.Lake.

NAS: "CUSTER OF THE $1.95 Sunday, fried chicken for New tires &Low Mileage,$2,500. stereo like new. 4 speed rec- Terms. Call Owner
WEST" starring Robert Shaw and $.95 Tuesday and rib eye steak NAS JAX 3207. ord changer. Balance due $68
for $1.35 Wednesday. $50 $100 DOWN HOMES, 2, 3, 4
Mary Ure. (Color Drama: Gen or $8 per month. Phone 353-1946 ..
1966 BUICK SKYLARK 4 DR. Br., 1 1/2 baths, total payments '
eral Aud. Excellent. 140 min) anytime. Ask for Credit Manager.Will
ACEY DEUCEY CLUB -- To-
Air PS & Br. $105. Mo.
H/Top, Fact. A-1 from $75 to
HOSPITAL: "A MAN Wm deliver, no obligation.
morrow, dance to the Mark tires New Shocks, Extra & Unfurn. Rentals. No
TWO FACES" starring Tab Hun Ex. Music Center, 1606 Main St. Furn.
Castle Dance Band. This is comeas
771 7262.
Clean. Lt. Daramus For all
qualifying, equities. your
ter. (Drama: 88 min.) you are night. Saturday hear Jacksonville. Real Estate Needs call Godwin

Saturday Matinee Tommie "C". Sunday is game 4 LOTS FOR MOBILE HOMES DELRAY MANOR 110th & 3roker, 384 4758, 24 Hrs.
night beginning at 6 p.m. Im- RENT FREE NOW TIL OCT. 1 Karen St. New all brick homes,
NAS: "RHINO" starring Rob mediately following game night, for 50' and 60' trailers, fenced, AC Low 20's. Building Lots
ert Colp and Shirlee Eaton. "Soi The Four Clubs will perform. Al water 8 Miles from NAS. Available. Floyd White, Bldr. DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
OF GERONIMO", Chapter 9. Happy Hour is Monday through For Sale, Mallards 10 Breeds 7715643. JOCKEY? For Information call
Sunday, Sept. I Wednesday from 4:30 to 6:60 Bantams, Bldgs.,Peerless Water 355 4834. Day or night.

NAS "THE BO BO" starW p.m. Plan, now to spend a,safe pump and tank, large load of FOR RENT TRAILER $85. per
:
: ring Peter Sellers and Britt Ek- Labor Day at your club. There sheeting, 280' of 4' chain link month Near NAS & Cecil Field JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1Qcr.

land. (Adults and mature youths, will be live entertainment for fencing. Phone 264 5140. Call 771 6908. Mile, no. of ,NAS. Clean
I t ,
W "' Very Good. 105min.) dancing pleasure, so bring the FOR RENT: PRIVATE MOBILE modem ''trailers', ft: ,Apts. 389-
,. ; '
Monday. PHILCO BENDIX
I kiddies and come on out WANTED: 3007.
OF
HOSPITAL: "CUSTER Home Lot $25. per month. Call
include Taco's for washing machine
commercial
Club specials
.< THE WEST" starring Robert 771 6908.
Shaw and Mary Ure. (Color $.10 and nickel beer. repair man. Parttime work. Full OLA'SDay FOR RENT 2 BR APT. FURN.
Time. Call 389 9418., Orange Park, Will rent to TAD
Drama: General Aud., Excellent (Continued on Page I II I) Care Nursery, 5144 Eulace Personnel or Bachelors. 264 -
: 140 mins.) Rd. off Timuquana, 771-0243. 6884.

Monday, Sept. 2 DARDEN MOBILE HOME REPOSSESSED STEREO

NAS: "A MINUTE TO PRAY,, Subdivision, 9416 Crystal SpringsRd. Mutiple Speakers, 2mo. old.like
A SECOND TQ; DIE" starring OPEN JT l N SUNDAYA ., 781 2127. Close to Cecil new, 4-speed record player, bal.
Alex Cord and Arthur Kennedy, Field 85x91' Lg. Lots, water, $49 or $7 mo. 5320 Wesconnett
(Color Western: Adults and ma paved road, patio 2nd Mo. rent Blvd. 772 0722 Dealer.
ture youths. Good: 103 mins.]) Free.
HOSPITAL: "THE BO BO"' FOR SALE "1927" 4 CYL.
starring Peter Sellers and Brii MUST SELL 1963 MOBILE Under Chev. Eng. & Trans., Good Cond.

Ekland. (Adults and mature LONG WAYwe HOME Assume pymts., St. Call 249 2923.! Ask for"Sarge".
A
GOES ,
Good 105 min.;) LITTLE $1800. Lot 1006 Washington
youths. Very :
m.pect- Colonial Mo. Ho. Pk., Lane Ave., 68 DELMONT 88
PerfOrIDence
Tuesday, Sept. 3 Rte them the tuned VW up 16, t1 point ht n.d..td Safety end'Plac.d e""thlne thetne.ded South 786 0449.SERVICEMEN'S. Loaded Will Sacrifice
.- -Ion. Then we for the repair or replacementof
And cualent.ed them 100. Call Owner 388 4260
It. >Come
NAS: "VIKING QUEEN" star- mech.nlca1 part.for 30 days or 1000 mUea.
aU major
Don and Carita double check. WIVES After Five
ring Murray on In .n 1 AXLE
I': (Drama: Adults: Good. 91 ENGINE .TRANSMISSION-BRAKESYSTEMELECTRICAL REAR AXLE 'FRONT SYSTEM Toy Demonstrators- Part-t T1e,
": mins.) ASSEMBLIES No experience needed. Must BOAT FOR SALE
HOSPITAL: "A MINUTE TO Drive, Earn $1,000 in 3 mos., 14' hull 1966 50 hp Mere. Call
PRAY, A SECOND TO DIE"starring 63 VW' SEDAN. $995 Bonus Plan. Call 771 3211 781 2300 evenings.

Alex Cord. 64 VW $1075 Ext.274. 4-7 p.m. ORANGE PARK
$1200
65 V\V\ SEe ] > TROPICAL SETTING-
ZIG ZAG FOR $43
URGENT 66 VW SEDAN . .j .' $1650$1400 SEWING Machine Original Guar EXECUTIVE HOLLY POINT AREA

67 VW antee, Zig Zags, makes button-
4 BR, 2 Baths Corner F'place,
NEED 66 VW SEDAN Air Condo ..". ., $1690 holes, Sews on buttons, decorative between LR & DR, Lge. M d.

Squarcback . .. : . . .51795 designs, monograms, etc. Kit., Wooded Lot, Will refinance
VW
66 $8
Just pay balance $43 at per
FHA VA $28,500.
FOR 66 VW Fastback Air Cond: ',.w.v.. $1950 month. Call Credit Manager. or VIRGINIA E. BELL
$1950 Phone 353 1946 anytime. Will
: NAVY WIVES Fastback .. REAL ESTATE
67 VW 1606 MainSt.
deliver, no obligation. 264 2488 Broker
Cond. :' $2150
WITH 67 VW Fastback, Air ((24 Hr: 356 2462)

66 OLDS F85 Deluxe 4 Dr. Loaded'AI Cond.. $1895

: OFFICE 67 FAI RlAN 500 2 Dr. H.T. Loaded'Ilr:, Cond. $2395 All Servicemen. are WELCOME to the

1 .., SKILLSI! 66 DODGE Coronet 4 Dr.. :>-.'',., $1450 Lutheran Service Center

65 MALIBU S/S, 2 Dr. HT, A/T.$1495

i ",' Work the days you want. 64 PLYMOUTH 4-Door, A/C. . . ..$ 895 'J: atonic stwiy from [fome"

.,, Top pay.Manpower. .
;I Inc., the world's OVER 40 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM SSft! %':%%%: 19 W. FORSYTH STREET :f$;:;:: $:$ ":$ii

\ largest employer of temporary Ping Pong POOL TABLES Shuffleboard
I office help, has assignments
i immediately for stenos, typists T, v. :::.; Monday thru Thursday
and clerks. Near your home WESTS I DEVOLKSWAGEN RadioRecord :::.5:1; 6:00: P.M to 11.00. P,M.

wherever, possible. Player :=:=; FrIdayCounstlling

y: APPLY TODAYMANPOWER INC. ::::: 6:00: P.M. to 12 Midnight
available when =3
Pastor you .: Saturday
want and need one ::::: 12 Noon to 12 Midnight i
AVE. S. Jacksonville, Fla. 781. 5511 x{
1150 LANE Recreation ::::: Sunday
216 W. CHURCH STREET Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.1 PM to 6 PM Fellowship ::;4 200 P.M. to I 11-00 PM

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\ Six Cecil Personnel Receive

I Il\1 L WI-

Beneficial' Suggestion Awards


flange alignment tool" The locally r Ytt
manufactured tool insures gA
positive concentric alignmentel-
.1 iminating possible engine failure f 1
I"a due to spline damage during the i.4w .
joining of the two halves of theJ a 4f -
52 engine at the 'C' flange.
Also from the J 52 Shop,
ADJ1 James S. Wade, was a- .
warded a check granted on the '
___ basis of monetary benefits of
___ $2,760.00 gained by the adoptionof
__ "Locally Manufactured Tool
for the Removal and Installationof
# 5 Bearing Heat Sheild
I Bolts." The tool made possiblethe
tenance and repair of the 800th ARRESTED LANDING. .Cdr. William E. Ramsey, (I)
Inner Heat shield bolts without receives cake marking the occasion of his 800tharrested
t damage to the bolts themselves landing. In background is Captain V. F. Kelley command.
and without unnecessary delay ing officer of the USS Intrepid on which Cdr. Ramsey made
due to cuts and abraisions re his landing
t ceived when using regular hand

:. tools.On the same day AE2 Clar- Cdr Scores His
CASH WINNER. .ADJI I James Wade of AMD Power Plants ence Poole Jr., was' awarded a Ramsey
receives a cash reward from Cdr. Neil Craig AMD Officer, check granted on the basis of
for his monetary saving to the Navy. intangible benefits gained by

; CECIL: Again at Cecil, benThe first award went to ADCS the adoption of the "TF 20-1 800th Arrested LandingCECIL
; eficial suggestions have beenreOlin E. Nail Jr. of the J 52 Adapter. The device made possible -
warded with cash. In the past Shop, Power Plants Division, the testing and calibrationof
"' week six Cecil Field personnel Aircraft Maintenance Depart- all capacitance indicators on -- Commander WilliamE. pid. The Intrepid was operatingoff
:\ have been awarded checks for ment. The award was granted location in the Avionics Division Ramsey commanding officerof Yankee Station in the Tonkin
: their ability to oversee and imon the basis of $595.50 and rather than having the work shipped Attack Squadron Sixty Six Gulf when the commander accomplished -
,r. prove working conditions and/or intangible. benefits gained by to Naval Air Rework Facili- made his 800th arrested landing his feat.
equipment related to their work. the adoption of the "J 52'CLeave ty.Four last week aboard the USS Intre- The Skipper of the Cecil based
Civil Service Employeeswere "Waldos" marked the occasionby
, II also awarded checks for VA.36WinsBomb a ceremonial cake cutting alter -
I beneficial suggestions on Wed- returning from his 18th com-
nesday, August 21, 1968. Mr. bat mission over North Vietnam-
Robert M. Brown and Mr. JesseC. TrophyCecil "This is a milestone in my
II Lanier both Electrician(Line career," commented Cdr. Ram-
men) were awarded checks by the -- Carrier Air Wing sey as he emerged from his A4
Public Works Department grant- Ten's bombing trophy is pre- "Skyhawk" following the pre-
ed on the basis of intangible benefits sently held by Cecil based Attack cise and professional landing.
I I gained by the adoption of Squadron Thirty Six. Cdr. Ramsey and VA 66 are
"Stepping Corner Poles". The The trophy was presented to embarked as part of Air Wing
device- will increase the life of squadron commanding officer Ten on board the Intrepid. Dur-
I the corner poles in the Securityarea Commander E. Hawley Brooks ing their first line period the
; of the Weapons Department, recently by Captain V.F. Kel- "Waldos" have struck significant
f by eliminating the necessity of ley Commanding Officer of the targets in the North Vietnamese
s using metal hooks in climbing. USS Intrepid, the carrier on ,panhandle_ in their campaign to
,' Ccmmander Bannister also which Thirty- Six Is 'presently interdict enemy supply routesto
i 't2I presented Mr.Elbert O.Reynolds deployed.; the south.
Maintenance Scheduler with a The squadron's "Road Run-
!! check for his adoption of "Re- ners" captured the McDonnel -
I turn Air Grills" in building 331. Douglas Trophy from Attack
\1I The ,devices provided maximum Squadron One Hundred Six by
,I scoring the highest strike merit
1i utilization of the air conditioningunit
,i by eliminating static grade in the recent Operational
1 pressure and allowing full flow Readiness Inspection conductedby aonnQO'
( ? of air. Commander Carrier DivisionSix
canting Also Wednesday,Mr Bev- Rear ,Admiral Pierre N. iA
erly J. Baker Supply Clerk, was Charbonnet, Jr.
presented a check for her worthy VA 106 had held the trophy
See HFCIf suggestion by the Supply Officer since February of this year.V A- C
Commander C. W. Ireland. Mrs. 36 officially earned the prizein

you're long on leave time-but short on money-call Baker's award was granted for June.
ort the adoption of "Sort Proceduresof Both squadrons and the Intre-
I t visit Household Finance now. Line up an HFC Traveloan) Save Sight Reading of IBM pid are presently deployed to
i and have! money enough to pay for everything on your Cards." combat duty in Southeast Asia.
trip. Household helps more service people every year
than any other company of its kind-and one reason is .
that HFC tells you before you borrow what your loan will WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.
cost. Leave coming? Go worry-free with Traveloan from

Household Finance., i Gi AIR CONDITIONERS'.

Before you sign on the dotted line, v m}: NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES : .'
know what your loan will cost. ".,*":\17"".,,:.: NEW .!W% : NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
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p.,24,,,,s p.ymts 18 payiu U P.ysrtt 6 i Hrs. 9 a.m.1 p.m. Come In & Browse/ ". aC

$100 5,93 7.29 10.07 $18.48
4 I 200 300 11.86 17.79 21.88 14.59 30.21 20.14 55.45 36.97 5326 WtscoBittt llvil. it 103rd 771-0750 &::Ii

I 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
CIIOTII are Computed at 3% on that part of mERCURY
KMultd montUy balances not txcmltnt,9300
f and 2% on any itmaindtr. Tint tchtJult a BIG CHIEF
1 based on prompt payment and include chorus.I 3.9 H.P. to 125 H.P.
I, Check Our New Wide Oval
TIRE CO. And Fiberglas Belted TiresMHiUNMttiiiNUuunmumiiiiminiiiiiuuiuiuiiNiiiiiiiiui Mercruiser Sterndrives
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K
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a : : : : : : ..10 Air Medals from CO


: 'Slr Jax -- AMS3 Johnny P. Cruse
; ; k
1.M has received a letter of commendation -
',N dr y t from Adm. John J. Hyland
and the 20th through 30th Air
Medals for meritorious achIeve-
ment in aerial.f1ight.
Admiral Hyland,commander in
: "4I
chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet, awarded -
the medals to Cruse in the
name of the President for,"Mis-
S I sions in support of combat operations -

.. in Southeast Asia againstthe I
insurgent community guerilla
forces. While serving with Heli-
R copter Attack Squadron Three."

,,, The citation read in part:
;.,. "Petty Officer Cruse contributed
materially to the success of the
5vS 5-a k United States' efforts in South- A
east Asia His courage and devotion 30 AIR MEDALS-AMS3 Cruse
to duty in the face of receives 20th through 30th Air

hazardous flying conditions were Medals from VP-16 CO, Cdr.
in keeping with the highest tra-
T. H. Ross, during squadron
ditions of the United States Na- formation.
val Service.' "
Cdr. T.H. Ross, commanding class petty officer recently reported -
VP 682A Neptunes Arrive' Over Rota to Meet VP 5 Foxes. officer of VP-16 made the pre- for duty with VP-16 after -
sentations to Cruse. The third returning from Vietnam.


VP-5 Hosts Reserves Training I. -a.wlln. S..nllln.- I




With Fleet in Mediterranean Atlantic League National

Vapogees 8-0 1.000 Pinsters 4-0 1.000
679th 7-1 .875 Outcasts 7-! .875

Jax -- Washington based a- Fleet. The Mad Foxes are last secutive "E", the gold "E" -- Beanburners 6-2 .750 AOMD # 2 6-2 .750
ward winning Naval Air Reserve year's winner of the CNO Safety a feat never achieved in the his- MARTD2 3-1 .750 AOMD # 1 6-2 .750
Patrol Squadron 682 A has arrived Award and a recent returnee tory of naval aviation. Spoilers 5-3 .625 Skywarriors 5-3 .625
in Rota, Spain for two from seven months of combat VP 30 Chiefs 4-4 .500 NFO 'B' 5-3 .625
weeks of fleet operations in the support missions in the Gulf of The reserve squadron is commanded Uncles 3-5 .375 Faid Folk 4-4 .500
Mediterranean with Jackson- Tonkin with elements of the Seventh by Cdr. Jack Norton. agles 3-5 .375 CPO's FIC 3-5 .375
ville based Patrol Squadron.The Fleet. Cdr. Bud Abelein, is serving as VW 4 Chiefs 3-5 .375 Foggy Five # 1 3-5 .375
four time winner of the Bat- VP 68A2 is the major.award officer In charge of VP 5's Leftovers 1-3 .250 Red Daners # 3 3-5 .375
tle Efficiency "E" for anti winner in the Naval Air Reserve Rota detachment. He is also Foggy Five #2 2-6 .250 Hard Hats 3-5 .375
submarine warfare excellence and is working to win its 5th con- the squadron's executive officer. Supply ##I 1 ,2-6 .250 Playboys 2-6 .250
AFEES 1-7 .125 Pin Teasers 1-7' .125
arrived with their seven Neptunes ,t'
VW 4 Officers 0-0 .000 Blue 0-4 ..000American
after 20 hours of island hopping
Club Notes (Continued from Page'9)) ,f j :, '
from Newfoundland to the Azores. "'
Host, VP-5, the Mad Foxes, -, .; Continental League
'the Mediterranean ,FLEET RESERVE -- FRA p.m. Then at 8 p.m. the Nation- 'I"
are.,deployed to "I 1 .
with their P3A Orions, where Branch 91 will sponsor an "all ally-knoWn group, The Ohio Express Strikers ; 8-0 1.000 Plmusters 1. 8=0 1.000
they are operating with the SixthJAX'S you can eat" Bar-B-Q Labor Day will come on until mid- Datatechs 4-0 1.000 White Hats 8':0:: 1.000 '
beginning at 1 p.m. Admissionwill night. Admission will be chargedat Cadeuceus 1## 1 7-1 .875 King Pins 7-1 .875
be 1.50 and barbecue pork $1.50 The Crystal Tipplers 7-1 .875 MARTD 1## l' 3-1- .750
per person.
GREATEST Cadeuceus # 3 .625 Red Darters II 2 .750
and chicken will be on the menu. Cathedral will also play Labor 5-3 6-2
FURNITURE The 8-Balls will provide music Day evening. The Sixteen's will Pro's S 5-3 .625 Chokers 4-4 .500
for dancing from 9 p.m. until Hunters 4-4 .500 Marine Bks 4-4 .500
play Tuesday evening and the Trainers 44: .500 NFO 'A' 3-5 .375.
1 a.m. Labor Day show will repeat Wed- Red Darters 1## 1 ,3-5 .375 Gold 2-6 .250

BLUEJACKETS INN-- Tonightthe nesday with the 1.50 admission. Sandbaggers 2-6 .250 Sparks 1-3 .250

PRIG to EVERYONE Nu Sounds play from 8 Happy Hour is featured from Mad Foxes # 1 2-6 .250 Playmates 1-7 .125
from 1# 2
Supply 1-3 .250 Neptunes 1-7 .125
Tomorrow
until midnight. 5 to 6 p.m. Monday, through
9 p.m. to 1 a.m., the Crystal Friday at Bluejackets Inn. X ,Impulses 0-8 .000 Cadeuceus # 2 0-8 ,000
OPEN Cathedral will be on hand. On Electrons 0-8 .000 TorptW1ers 0-8 .000

EVERYDAY ,*: [f91 Saturday the Nu Sounds will perform rwt rr .
from 2 to 6 p.m. and theUFO's
9-9 will take over providingthe
SUNDAY sounds from 9 p.m. until
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Jax -- Powerful VP 16 and FAETU both lead the American
JOSN Brent Kallestad game which the closet score wins ; .1 League in the 1968 Intramuralcampaignwith2 0 mark
for that week. The contest will
Jax -- Personnel interested run for 10 weeks (begins with VP 16 scored a 19 0 whitwash of Weapons as Bob Schide
i beginning an intramural pistol September 19 edition of Jax Air scored three touchdowns and Dick Barnard added one extra point.

hooting team may contact the News) and the champion for each t FAETU scored a 8 0 win over NARF for their second win of
mall arms instructor at the week will then be in competitionwith the season. A safety by FAETU's defense accompanied Cecil
iation armory, phone extension the other nine for the top Gibson's touchdown to account for their points.
330. It is requested that invested honors for the year. An award
personnel submit the will be made to the top prog- Admin, NARF and the Hos-
ame of a team captain. The nisticator of the year at the pita are all tied for third with from VP-43 with the winning
,istol range is open Tuesday completion of the season. Fur- 1-1 records. point coming on a penetration.
irough Friday from 11 a.m. ther details on the contest will : : Admin took a 15-14 contest Clyde Parker and Bob Tuscan
trough 1 p.m. for marksmen to appear in later editions of the both scored touchdowns for the
;se their own personal weapon. lax Air News. winners with Ken Jones addingthe
he facilities on base do not Each week this column will Ksglars Draw extra points.
How personnel to shoot rifles. carry a schedule of locally televised The Hospital squared their
jie target area is located ad- games; college and pro- lead i. Fast season mark with a 10-2 victoryover
cent to the weapons de fessionaland; also games that are : :; VP-5. Ed Evans scored a
:'artment in the golf course area. scheduled in the Jacksonvillearea. touchdown for the winners and
Other ranges in the area which I, :1 ; leagve Action Bob Singleton ran for a two-
|;lso allow sharpshooters to fire GOLF ; points via a safety. '
lax -- The Pin Benders and
eir rifles, include CampBlandig -
29 miles south of the base, George Mullins, assistant athletic White Hats remained on top of In the National League, VP-
nd the Gateway Weapons Area, director, presided at a golf I the Continental League with per- 30 stands alone at the top witha
civilian facility. organization meeting August 21 fect 8-0 records as they scored 2-0 slate while unbeaten VAP-
:OOTBALL FANS and announced that the fall intra- DESERT FLOWER Dark. 4-0 victories over the Neptunes 62 and the Marine Barracks must
mural golf league will begin play eyed Patty Duke is one of the and Cadeuceus #2 i last week's play their second game.
The Sports department of the September 9. The same rules lovely "desert flowers" foundin action. VP-30 scored a 12-6 win over
--ax Air News will begin carrying and handicap system will applyto the warm sun of Las Vegas. The Marine Barracks also reg- VW-4 as Jim Dorman scoredtwo
,0 area football games each week this year's intramural play. istered a 4-0 victory over the touchdowns, and they slipped -
br die hard fans to predict. No new rules changes were proposed Kinder Shoot. NFO 'A's. MARTD #1 and the by NARTU 22-14 as Dorman
'lie results will be screened by Mullins said that 18 teams King Pins picked up 3-1 wins again starred. In the victoryover
ie staff sports department and are set for competition and pos- 30410 Coptoro over the Playmates and Chokers NARTU, Dorman ran for
there will be a tie breaker sibly a 19th team will enter before -- respectively, and the Red Dart three touchdowns and a two-
play actually begins. ers #2 tied Gold 2-2. point conversion, and teammate
(' HANDBALLA Second Place The Pinsters took the National Otha Clark also ran for a two-
League lead with a 4-0 win over point conversion. Bill Bower and
handball organization meet- the Hard Hats in their opening Charles Nipper both scored
..nguan ing will be held Wednesday at Jax -- Jim Kinder who finished series of the season. The Out- touchdowns for the losers and
> 9:30 a.m. in the gymnasium, second In the Senior's Divisionin casts moved into second place Larry Muller ran for a two-
Bldg. 3. the All Navy tournament is with a 7-1 season mark by pick- pointer following a touchdown.
J lias currently competing in the Inter- ing up four games via a forfeit VAP-62 crushed MARTD 30-
Q) ALL NAVY SOFTBALLThe
; service Golf Tournament which Is
by the Red Darters #3. AOMD 0 in their season opener as three
All Navy Softball Tourna- being held .at Quantico, Va. #1 and 2 are deadlocked with a players accounted for the scor-
San Juan at Niblick ment is now being held at Ballast Kinder fired'rOlmds of 76 r 77 6-2 mark. AOMD #1 scored a ing. Pat Minahan had two touch-
Phone 384 4406 Point, San Diego, and the Navy 76 75 for a series score of 4-0 victory over the Playboys: downs and two extra points Rob
I champions will advance to the In- 304, six strokes off the and AOMD #2 took the Pin Teas- bie Franz scored, a TD and four r :
" terservice Softball pace set by victorious Bob Wallace ers by the same count., In other and Badovinatz
I, 2. & 3 Bedrooms Championships .. extra points, Ray -
J. Garden Type Apartmentswith at Ft. Eustis Va., Monday Irving Williams and Bill league action, the NFO IB's were scored one touchdown.The .
Country Club An All Service champ Whisler who shot 306, and 307 awarded a forfeit from Blue, and Marine Barracks nudged
AtmosphereKitchens'"tquipped will be crowned September 6. respectively were the only other the' Sky Warriors and Faid Folk A/C Maintenance 6-0 as Nollie .'
with G-E contenders in the running in the took 3-1 sets from Foggy Five Shaw scored the game's lone
flanges C* Refrigerators a a a a e tourney field. The ninth place #1 and CPO's (FICEUR) respec- touchdown. .
.'Individual Air Conditioning; In 1927 when Babe Ruth hit finisher wound up 49 strokes off tively. VW-4 slipped past 679th 8-6
_I Drapes and Heating furnishedWall byE; 60 homers and Lou Gehrig hit the pace! The Inter Service The Vapogees remained on top in the league s other contest of
to \Wall Carpeting and 47, the American League's tourney at Quantico will conclude spot in the Atlantic loop as they the week. Tom Rodgers two-.
Large Su'immina. Pool third-leading home run hitter today. took a 4-0 set for the second point conversion proved the win-
was Yankee second baseman consecutive week. The Eagles ning margin. Jim Bloomingdalescored
Tony Lazzari with 18. Ladles Make were the league-leader's victims the touchdown for 679th.
I this week. The 679th, V-4
. Chiefs, MARTD #2,Spoilers and STANDMGS
PreparationsFor Bean Burners from their encoun-

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(August 1968)) .
'Tee Off' sports.
American League .'
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Jax -- Attention all golfing FAETU >' "2-0,*>' '

wives! The naval Air StationWomen's VP 16 : ',..2-0.. ,.j
1, Golf Association invites Hospital v :.. ,1-1" ;
you to a "Tee Off" Coffee" on NARF "\ .. :l-l: ; ,
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Friday, September at the Can- .
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Golf pro, Joe MacDonald, will
be on hand to greet you along with National LeagueHONDA
the new officers of the W. G. A.

All interested women are invited VP 30 2-0
to join in the fun and sign VAP-62 1-0. '
I up for the first golfing period Marine Brks 1-0 '
which will end in December. The VW 4
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CECIL -- The : Fourteen officers
forthcoming Intra from the "Clansmen" of Attack --T _
mural Touch Football
schedule -
46 Sunday Aug-
Squadron
spent
Is as follows. August 29 ,.
: 25 Naval Station
ust at sea on
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VA 174 vs VA 87 B
( Circle)
Mayport's Sixty-two foot fishing _
and the Marine Barracks
vs VA- "KIAWAH" Led their
boat by
45 (at Weapons Field
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; September Commanding Officer, Com -
2: VA 44 VA
vs 831
mander Jack F. O'Hara the"Qansmen"
(B Circle); VA 37 vs Weapons
found the weather
I
(at Weapons Field) '
; September
conditions their
and the fishing to
3: VA 45 VF $1v }
vs 931 : '
liking they boated Amberjack
as 4.
(B Circle); September 4: AMDvs ... .) <
weighing twenty to thirty pounds :
VA 12 '..
(B Circle); Sep- ,
each, and. a large number of

,(tember B Circle 5):. VA 87vsVA 831 ,:<" : Snapper, Angelfish, and Grouper. ;-,.,a '.Rl; ., ,i:.'+\ : ,
.; ; .
about -five f
All '. Cruising out twenty .,, "t-..": a lf .. '.
games will begin at 4:45 F' : miles into the Atlantic "Cap- _O'W 1...... "t l >f.'y'.t'ii_ -",_-,<:"'.-
p.m. The league will be a single : : tain" Leon P. Canova, skipperof
round robin with games being ... .. ._: tc+. 'Y' "KIAWAH", was able to SIX MORE. AEI I Charles D. Walton is congratulatedhis
played Monday through Thursday Gerald find where the action was. Short- commanding officer Cdr. Ray Ketcham following his rj
evenings each week until Octo- Reynolds, Security ly after the Squid and the Cut- enlistment for six years with VA 831.
ber 24. Patrolman, killed this giant bait l hit the bottom, in ninety to
Rattler while on patrol near one hundred feet of water, the
GOLF: the Officer's Guest Housing reels started humming. Walton Ships for SixCECIL
Team Golf at Cecil Field is Friday
August 23. Reynolds One of the obviously most upset -
divided into two leagues, the spotted the snake which was of the deep sea species was a
Blue League and the Gold Lea- six feet two inches and had twohundred pound turtle,caughtby -- AE1 Charles D. Walton joined VA 831 f
gue. The Gold League matchesare nine rattles, from his truck. Commander Alan Murdoch, Walton re enlisted recentlyfor VS 932 stationed at NAS
finished with VA 174 (team He hopes to have the hide 'the Executive Officer of the six more years of Navy ser- low Grove. He and. his
2)) on top. The Blue League, how- made into a belt.C.ciI "Clansmen". After five hours of vice. A member' of Attack Lillian reside nearby Peka|
ever, has not yet been completedand live action the "Clan" regret- Squadron 831, Walton was one of Pennsylvania.Prior .
will require two more matches fully pulled the lines in and several men who volunteered to to joining the Nav.
Admin. "E" will face V A- allowed their tired arms a chanceto join the squadron after it was July 1955 Walton was grad
37 for the second half and. the CPO relax. recalled to active duty in January from Pennridge High Schoolin
winner of this match will play 1968. Pekaisie Walton has
NAMTG awarded the Good Conduct Mt
to determine the League
Champs. The Blue and Gold Lea- Club Hi-Lit.s Men's Golf Assoc Newsgross three times and also holds I
gue champs will then face each Armed Forces Reserve Me

other for the final match which Cdr Pat Grosskopf and YN1 and low net winners. Second and the National Defense Me]

will determine the Station Cham CECIL -- Tonight is Foreign Paul Worthy teamed up for a low low net received a certificate .lU.IIUIIIIUIIMIMMIINIIUIUtm.lMNUIIIIINNIMIIMllSPACIOUS / .
Dish Night featuring from Ger-
pions. gross score of 144 in the as- for $15.00. PEACEFUL]
The Cecil Field Women's Golf many, Huhn InBurgunderKartoffelsalat sociation's blind tour- .. 4 w .
Leipziger Allerlet. partners Iii MARSHALL ACRES
Association will resume play on ney last weekend to take top
Friday, September 6. and the Tomorrow night Bob Hunter honors. Low net winners were The Association will hold a 9359 103rd newest St.Jacksonville's Jkl[
ladies will "T" off between 8:30 and his "Country Roamers" will Mel Staab and Leroy Toski witha one day tournament on Saturday I most modem mobile horn
and 9:30 a.m. On September 13, provide the entertainment score of 125. Second place in Sept. 7. This tourney will be in @ your community inspection.is now open Large foJ!
will be the Annual Coffee at the Country Style.Saturday the low net division was won by the form of "Remorseful Golf" 8 44x7S' lots.a '
Golf Shack and anyone who may enjoy the music of Major Sanford and Herb Flint. where each contestant can be required ONLY $35 PER MO.
be interested in club membershipis Roy McCance along with the love- Gift certificates were awardedin by any member of his I I Swimming shuffleboard pool court tennis B-B-Q court,]

requested to attend. ly Linda Atter. the amount of $30.00 to the low group, to replay any six shots a pit picnic tables will be
that they consider unusualetc. built for your'enjoyment.act .
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TENNIS today call
: Entry fee will be $1.00 18 EL VERANO MOTOR COURT|
The lead in Cecil's tennis mat- I COMPUTER CORNER I and one first line golf ball. Mr. P.S. Martin. Manager

ches has again been juggled with Bring your worst enemy and 351-2124
VA 45. presently in first place By Bud Goode make this one. I for full details
with a 10 and 0 record and VA v imUUIlnMNlmiUHIUIUIMINUUIIHMUUUMIUIIUNATIONAL .
37 in second'with a 12 and 3 re- How important is a base on balls? And which teams in the r 1
cord. American and National Leagues have the best pitching control?
;. A walk only advances a runner who is ,on first base. But it also
CAPTAIN'S CUP: provides another base runner-a- potential run. Computer Corner
The race for the Annual Captain's has measured the value of the walk, found it to be worth 75%
of a hit.Which. -.
Cup Trophy is becoming
tighter at the closing of each e- teams have the best pitching control, walking the smallest .'
vent. First place is now held by' percentage of batters Computer Corner poured the season statistics
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VA 44 with 95 points, secondis into our University Computing Corporation electronic evaluator -
of 6 with these results
through games August :
VA 174 with 93 pointsthirdis
NATIONAL LEAGUE PITCHING AMERICAN LEAGUE
held by AMD with 68 points CONTROL % PITCHING
and ADMIN fourth with 64
is SAX FRANCISCO .064 NEW YORK .. .079
points. With bowling and tennis ST. LOUIS .068 MINNESOTAOAKLAND .082
nearing completion it will be a CHICAGOATLANTA .070 .. ':.* : .088
": ,
close race for the top conten- .071 DETROIT "V*" .089

ders. PHILADELPHIA ..076 CALIFORNIA .089
NEW YORK .079 CHICAGO .091
LOS ANGELES; .080 BALTIMORE .094
PITTSBURGH .083 WASHINGTON .099
HOUSTON .083 BOSTON .102
CINCINNATI .099 CLEVELAND .106
If Cleveland thinks they are going to threaten Detroit for the
flag, they are going to have to stop putting runners on base for
free. Although the Indians lead the league in strike outs, theyare
putting 90 extra runners on base over the league average this cIvI
season. 25of those base runners score, so their poor pitching ,
control is costing Tiant, McDowell and staff an extra 22 runs.
Since the departure of Hank Bauer, Baltimore has improvedtheir
control, walking only 9.4# of all batters vs. 10.4 and more
at the beginning of the season. It may have been Bauer's forte to
YOUR/Independent give up a few more intentional walks or his pitchers could
have improved their control. Whatever the cause, the Orioles are
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rLjr Unleash Bombs on Enemy '

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t CECIL -- Navy pilots from aviators during the day. flight interdicted the same road
I! Cecil based Carrier Air Wing A pre dawn flight from Attack at another choke point just west
Ij j Ten struck vulnerable petroleum Squadron '66 set off a secondary of the earlier target Lt. Wil-
pipelines. near Vinh surpriseda : explosion when it hit a liam H. Lifest described the
*1S truck convoy' and unleashed truck convoy 40 miles south- strike: "We were to hit the
I bombs on enemy, supply craft west of Vinh. "We sawa stringof road right at the sheer cliff.
1 xf earlier this week. lights remarked LCdr.: The executive officer, Cdr. An-
pe Operating from the USS Intre- Richard C. "Duke" Snyder,"But thony K. Karpaitls put us right on
pid, three coordinated strikes when we dropped our flares,a thin it, and we had a great run and
were flown by CVW 10 attack fog cover caused a reflecting most of our bombs hit the road."
squadrons against the vital glare. About that time, they A bridge 32 miles northwest of
petroleum lines.A started firing at us. They reallylet Donh Hoi was hit by Skyhawks
4,', continuous column of black fly with the 37'mm I fired from Attack Squadron36. "Itwas
smoke was left by A4"SkyMwks" my rockets where the headlightswere long", said Lt. (jg) Richard F.

I CROWDED, BUT NOT FOR LONG. .This scene at the Cecil which struck a pipeline sectionten and got a fire. It was still Beacham. "I put"a group of
of Vinh. Lead- left the rockets right on it. Dust and
J miles west burning when we: area.
Field Credit Union office will change in the near future with
; ing the flight was Cdr. John A. Later in'the morning, aviatorsof smoke from his, hits preventedfinal
I: completion nearing of the re modeling to the office. Chalbeck, commander of CVW- Attack Squadron 106 were damage assessment.

: 10. He said "I'm sure 'the credited with sinking two enemy
Credit Union ExpandsCECIL pipeline was cut. The whole barges and damaging three more.
area was coveredbyourbombs." The craft, which ranged from 50 ScoufOGramInterested
-- A look of progress additional space will be put to Cdr. Walter C. Nix, who led to 100 feet in length were spottedtied
surrounds Building 26 here at good use by installing a larger the flak suppression flight "over in a line on a river 22 mules in the Boy Scouts?
1 Cecil Field. The look is brought teller counter to handle pay- the target, supported Qial- south of Vinh.. Then Troop # 365, NAS Cecil
,i on by a complete face lifting of ments and withdrawals and beck's description by saying LCdr Stephen, L. Zwick, re Field needs you! Come on out
\ the south end of the building occupied private offices for interviewersto "There was little wind and I called, "We went after the big and make your interest known
) by the Jax Navy Federal assist members with loanap- could see lots of block smoke ones. Lt. John P. Byrnes Jr., by joining the rest of us tonightin
Credit Union. The Union is expanding plications. In addition there will coming up from our hits. A hit one directly with his bombs Room 10, Memorial Chapelat
J and remodeling its office be a comfortable waiting lobby." half hour later, I could still and only pieces were left. I 7:30 p.m.Interested.
, to relieve the over crowded This is a joint project with see black smoke drifting up." fired my* rockets at the other parents and boys
i conditions that presently exist. station funds paying the struc- Cdr. Nix is the executive officer large one and when I looked back, between the. ages of 11 and 18
] Mr. Clarence J. Bellovich a tural repair costs and the credit of Attack Squadron 36., only half ,of it was still there." are invited to attend.

4 Director and member of the union paying for' all the interior' Another ,exposed section of In other attacks by the squad- _.....,... u_._ .!'II II: _
]! Buidling Committee said "This work including panneled walls, the pipeline was, heavily dam- rons, they hit vital highway con-
A project will more than triple carpets, partitions and counters. aged by a strike group which trol points in the panhandle of
the creditunion'soffice area.The The credit union has been in dove through heavy anti .- air- North Vietnam. '
operation at Cecil Field since craft fire at the target, eight A4 "Skyhawks" from Attack
i August 1956 and in its first year miles west of Vinh. "I've nev- Squadron 66 produced a secon-
CanYouTAKE of operation, was open on Mon- er seen so much ,flak," stated dary explosion when they strucka
days and Friday from 10 a.m. to LCdr. JOhn E. Carpenter "but. highway segment 43 miles
J YOUR CAR 2 p.m. On the first day 18 I'm surer got the pipe." south southeast of Vinh. "Cdr.
WTH YOU? transactions were handled. It is The flight leader LCdr. DavidF. Glen Stinnett should be credited k e,
For Financing' and Insurance now open five days a week from Callahn Jr., commented, "It with that secondary" said Cdr.
Stateside. and Overseas. ,Call 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.and handles was a great flight from all; William E. Ramsey. "We were
over 500 transactions each week. aspects. The flak suppressors hitting a.90 degree bend in the ., ,
DYER M. BURRGOVERNMENT .
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I .oJ rolled in just right and the strike road << real good hits.Cdr.
EMPLOYEES overdue," adds President DonR. group had perfectly executedruns. Stinnett's bombs hit the edge of i '
FINANCE CORPORATIONand Moran, "and it is our desireto We hit right where we the road and a fireball and black '
1 give the members'at NAS intended." smoke resulted. It was probably :" xs
II INTERNATIONAL SERVICE Cecil Field better service by providing Highway and waterway traffic POL." r, '
t INSURANCE COMPANY more employees to assist was also blasted by AJr Wing 10 A later Attack Squadron 66&wr1. r t: ""
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Has OpeningsNARTU's Collects Donations

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recruiting depart- Jax -- A group of retired Life Memberships -- Are
ment has announced limited open- <, 0' naval flag officers and inter- issued to individuals for- donations -
ings once again the Naval Air / ested civilians have undertakena i -of $100 or more* These
Reserve six-month Active Duty $4 million project to en- may be made in quarterly pay-
Program. large the Naval Aviation Museumat ments over a one year period.
General advantages of this pro- Naval Air Station Pensacola. In Memoriam -- Issued to
gram 'are: short periods of active o 8 1 Dedicated to preserve the heritage individuals for donations of
duty; fulfillment of military $ of naval aviation and inspire $100 or more. Payment maybe
obligations while pursuing civil- aIi student aviators to earn their made in quarterly payments overa
ian occupation and retaining seniority wings and become career offi- one year period. .
for promotion, a com- E cers, the museum is visited by Annual Memberships --
plete course in one of the nation's thousands of military men and Are issued to individuals on the
finest technical schools, and accelerated civilians each year. basis of a $10 contribution each
promotion, to name Navy personnel and civilians year. Donars of this type mem-
just a few. may mail tax deductable contri- bership arc not recognizedon
To qualify you must be ;17 to butions to the Naval Aviation plaques in the Museum As-
18 1/2 years old, have completed Museum Association, Inc., U. S. sociation.
11 years of education, and makea Naval Air Station, Pensacola,
qualifying score on qualification FLORESTEDT AWARD WINNER-AOC Richard J. Burke (r) Fla. 32508. Mad Foxes'Aid
tests. You must also meet receives a Certificate of Achievement and a check for $50 Contributor plaques naming
physical standards for aircrewman from Naval Air Technical Training Center Executive Officer: individuals and organizations will SchoolThe
attain specified scores in Cdr. WJ. Tutwiler. be displayed at the new museum.
Basic Test Battery for type tech- The association will accept Patrol Squadron Five
nical school otherwise eligiblefor donations of any amount and the "Mad Foxes" who are now deployed -
and reside within a 50-mile following memberships are a- to Rota, Spain have a-
radius of HAS. vailable: dopted a small school.
This program consists of fourto NATTC Organizational Member The men trom VP-5 have con-
ten months active duty (depending Behind the Scenes ships -- Includes companies, tributed their free time to help
upon length of school), corporations, ships, fraternal, the school with paint-up and fix-
with 120 days after enlistment. By June Goff and other groups, and shall be up projects. Members of the
Active duty consists of: four issued upon payment of a sum squadron have also been col-
weeks airman recruit training AOC Richard J. Burke had willed that the bulk of his sav- determined by the Board of lecting and giving useful itemsto
and three to nine months tech- the honor of being one of the ings was to be "used by the Trustees. the school.
nical training school (dependingon first Navymen to receive the Secretary of War or Secretaryof Charter Memberships -- Anyone wishing to contribute
qualified rate). William O. Florstedt Award, Fri Navy as they see fit." Shall be in the name of one per- such things as toys, clothing,
After completion of active duty day. He earned the award for out- The legacy of $130,611.34 was sons and shall be issued upon dishes, etc., to the El Balncrio
you are released to inactive standing achievement in Instructor split equally between the Army payment of a sum of $1,000or School children may do so throughthe
duty. However, you must main- Training School, Naval Air and Navy. more. VP-5 Duty Office,
tain satisfactory attendance, Technical Training Center, The Navy purchased Treasury
drilling one weekend each month Memphis Tenn., where he ranked bonds with $50,000 and used the
and attend 14 days active duty first in a class of 12 students. remaining $15,000 of their shareof 1
for each fiscal for Chief Burke was presented a the legacy for autio-video
training year Only 2% miles from HAS Jax Mill Gate
the remaining portion of your Certificate of Achievement anda classroom equipment at a Quan-
enlistment. U.S. Treasury check for $50 tico, Va., facility. Interest of
Technical training and Anti by Cdr. WJ. Tutwiler, executive more than $2,000 annually from
Submarine Warfare Training officer, NATTC. The pre- the bonds provides $50 cash elllll
Schools are located in Memphis, sentation was made during a bonuses to honormen at six Navy
Tenn., Denver,Colo.,Brunswick, ceremony held In the com- Instructor training schools, including -
Ga., and here in Jacksonville.If mander's office. the training school at mataboR
you are interested in the The Florstedt Awardwasmade Memphis.
six-month it is advisedyou possible through a legacy left
, program '
A PAR T M E NTS
Chief Burke and his wife, the
contact the NARTU Recruiting by a utilities meter repairmanfrom
Office, 772-3352,immediately Neptune Township, near former Patricia Anne Lairdhave
as only limited openings exist. Asbury Park, NJ., who -died :two ,daughters Wand ,reside Orange 1, 2 ft 3 BedrooM Apartments
*n 1961. A widower, Florstedt Park..
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