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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: September 5, 1968
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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VOL. 26 NO. 24 u. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 6, 1968CONGRA




Yw a Congress May Get New Pay Plan




,! ff. N Before LBJ Leaves White HousePresident


AW h3 Johnson's Administration may send the much talked about Hubbell Pay Plan to Congress

,} before a new commander in chief takes office in January, according to a published report in the September -
d 4 issue of the "Navy Times." The Washington-based newspaper reported that Congress will also
get a look at a companion proposal that would change retired pay, giving retirees about the same money
they draw now upon retirement, but with an additional pay hike at age 55 or 60.

s kr __According__t !LL_. *>tti to__ the. "Navy Times" article board meetings on the retirement portion of the plan
wuuioueneiauus weeK before top
military and civilian personnel pensation would be adjusted along Hubbell plan when it gets to Cap-
specialists began their check of the lines of Civil Service pay itol Hill, an approximate 12.5
+ r the plan. It would then go to Assistant with basic pay, quarters allowances per cent pay hike will be okay-
Secretary of Defense Alfred subsistence and incometax ed for military personnel next
B. Fitt and on to Secre- advantages scraped in favorof year under existing laws. Civilians -
tary of Defense Clark Cliffordfor single pay chart based on rate would get around 9.7 percent
the final DOD green light. or rank and years in service.If more next year under the
Under the pay proposal named' Congress doesn't act on the current law.families .
after the Navy's RAdm. LesterC.

{ Hubbell, who headed a special VAP-62's European
review of military pay, there
TULA TIONS--Captain Cutler presents August Serviceman would be two pay methods, one i
certificate to Perez during ceremonies Friday. for short termers who do not Detachment Returns
plan on a career, and the other
for those who plan to stay in
Seaman Perez Named friends and fellow
uniform.The Jax--Members of VAP62'sDetachment
"
first pay plan would be 19-68 returned to the "Vappers, IncludingCdr.BurkeE.
for those in the three lowest naval air station August 29 after Eakle, squadron skipper.OfficerinCharge .
'August Serviceman'Seaman pay grades and E-4 and E-5 a four-month stay in the of the De-
men and women with less than European Theater. tachment, LCdr- Wes Mason a-
four years of service. The officers and men of De- long with the crew members of
Dante M. Perez of the station's Supply Department be- Noncareer pay would remain tachment-19 were greeted at the the two Douglas RA-3B "Sky-
came the first non-rated man in 21 months to be named Serviceman basically the same as it is now air terminal by a welcoming warriors" returned earlier on
of the Month during ceremonies in the commanding officer's under the plan, and career com- committee, consisting of their Thursday afternoon to a rain-
i. office Friday. drenched paval air station.
Perez' reported aboard the station.in July 1967 as a stewardsman The detachment provided criti-
and was subsequently assigned"TAD to the'SupplyT epa'rtment->-:Red -Cross VolunteerClassSign cal cartographic photography./or-
where he works in the parcel post area, receiving and processing, NATO. Allies in Norway, Europe
mail.In. and North Africa, and photographic -
a letter of nomination, Capt. D.A. Hempson supply officer Up Begins at Hospital coverage of airplane and
stated that Perez Is considered by his supervisor to be one of the seaplane bases for updating aeronautical -
best workers in the parcel post area often performing better than The'fall training class for Red wards. Volunteers will be required charts and for continu-
his civilian counterparts. Cross volunteers at the Naval to work at least one half ing studies maritime and flight
Perfect Example Hospital has been scheduled for ,day a week and provide her own safety.
September 24 through 27, according transportation and uniform. While in Europe, Detachment
Captain Hempson further wrote of Perez: "His willingness to to Mrs. Jastremski, Volunteers who have previous. 19 moved its base of operationsto
please and his outstanding cooperative attitude have made him a newly appointed chairman of vol ly completed the course here or take advantage of seasonal
perfect example not only for his fellow sailors but also for his unteers. at another installation are urgedto weather and workload priorities .
civilian counterparts. Any woman over 18 years of sign up at the hospital. throughout the area.
"In his pursuit of greater knowledge, better and more extacting age, whether Navy dependent or'
skills, and personal advancement, Perez first qualified himselffor civilian, may apply by phoningthe
the SD3 examination to be held in August, but then decided he Hospital Red Cross at 772-
could best serve the Navy in the storekeeper rating. As a resultof 2218.
his decision and his subsequent request to the Bureau Perez Volunteers trained by Red
was convened to SN Perez then began preparing himself for the Cross are needed to render ser-
August SK3 examination. vices to patients and insure the
Buys Typewriter"In efficient operation of the medical -
facility, according to Capt.
which typifies Perez' drive for achievement, ;< '
a manner / /
William S. Baker Jr., Hospital
Perez purchased out of his own meager salary, a typewriter so commanding officer. //
that he could practice typing on his own during his leisure hours.
The and other administrative -
As a result of his efforts he became qualified and took the Auguststorekeeper's captian and medical officers top s

exam. will in the .
instructing
participate
For his achievement, the 21-year-old bachelor was awarded a. .
volunteer class which will run
$10 gift certificate to the Candlelight Restaurant and a free portrait a.m.'until
from 9 duringthe
at the Navy ,Exchange Portrait Shop, by the Navy Exchange and a four noon
trip to St. Augustine, sponsored by the USO. those days. who the
Others nominated for the monthly award were E02 Kenneth Only complete
Welch, AN Clifford Ayers and Wave AN Clara Nemeth. course will be able to serve as (MFM 1
a volunteer in the clinics and

Former CO Retires


I Col. Eckmann Assumes Marine Air Posthe


Lt. Col. Ronald P. Eckmann is married to the former Doris A.E. James Jr., a 1967 graduate -
became the new commanding officer Prather of Corpus Christi, Tex., of Tulane University, who is
of the Marine Aviation Detachment and they have six children. currently undergoing flight train- r
here Friday when he relieved Prior to his tour of duty at ing, and Russell P. James, 17.
retiring Lt. Col.. A. E. El Toro, the colonel served with Commandant RemarksThe
James. Marine Aircraft Group-36 in following is taken froma I.'a I.
Originally scheduled for the Vietnam where he was awardedthe congratulatory letter from the
NATTC parade field, rain forced Purple Heart Medal, 25 Air Commandant of the Marine Corpsto
the ceremonies inside. Colonel Medals, the Vietnam Service Colonel James: "As you retire -
Eckmann, a 19 year Marine Corps Medal, the Republic of Vietnam after more than 26 yearsof
veteran, comes to the detachment Campaign Medal and the Navy service, I wish to expressmy
from the Marine Corps Air Station Unit Citation, which was awarded personal appreciation for
El Toro, Calif., where he to MAG-36 while he was with your dedicated service to our
served as the assistant G-3 officer the unit. Corps and to our Country. You
of the 3rd Marine Air- Colonel James had commandedthe can reflect with a deep sense of ?3 i b; ix'
craft Wing. A former enlistedman Marine Aviation Detachmentsince personal pride and satisfactionupon : w
the colonel earned his naval September 1967. From your record as a Marine

aviator wings through the Nav- Louisiana, Colonel James' retirement Corps officer." SANTA SAILORS-Men attached to VP-5 loaded boxes of do-
Cad from which he grad became effective Sunday
uated program in March 1952. after 26 years ,of service with Colonel James and 'his family nated toys aboard a squadron plane Tuesday for school children
Viet VetA the Corps. Colonel and Mrs. plan to remain in the Jacksonville in Jeretz, Spain. A squadron detachment is helping the

native of Birmingham, Ala., James two sons; 2nd Lt. area. school-during current deployment to Rota.

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Editorial' View Points I .

ROMAN CATHOLIC
Edwards Chapel

Another VoteThis MASS 9 & 11 a.m. I
MASS - 11:30 a.m.
Y MASS : 9 a.m.
is a major election year and the emphasis throughoutthe - 5 p.m.-
country is to "get out the vote." This is as it should be, since pm.; & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
casting a ballot for the political candidate of our choice is not onlya
primary right of every citizen, but a major responsibility as well. Young Catholic Organ,
There are other forms of votes--U.S. Savings Bonds and Freedom i - 7:30
p.m.
Shares. They really are votes--votes of confidence in our country ,< t
and its future.
NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
And, perhaps just as important, they are positive factors in Luke's Chapel
assuring your own future. f'
True, as investments they don't have the potential vast and rapid Kf >
MASS - 8:00
returns on your money--but how many of us have the "extra" x a.m. _
money we could afford to lose in speculation and so-called "easymoney" liii.arall 5 SERVICES-10:00 i
: a.m.
investments? ij
As safe, secure and guaranteed investments, U.S. Savings Bonds --- j
and Freedom Shares can't be beat. You know that your money is PIPED ASHORE -- Samuel C. Tawney, AZC was PROTESTANTAll '
invested in a "going corporation" that doesn't have to worry about the Fleet Reserve August 30 after 20 years of active Saints' Chapel

vice. He was assigned to the Air Operations

C FI CE
Years of SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.
Sixty #722

Worship Service10:00
The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness Bldg # 722.
a statement that according to a recent poll man Youth
-
Fellowship
t 6p.m.
more than any disease except cancer. The Society #722. .
because there is no cure for total blindness, prevention '

only answer to combating this tragic loss to mankind. Choir Rehearsal -
The National Society is in its 60th year of dedicated Y 7'p.m.
saving sight, and this month marks the Society's 19th
Adult Club 7
-
wide September-Sight-Saving Month campaign. p.m.
#
722.
Saves Babies' Sight Science Service --

going out of business. You also know that the 4 1/4 per cent interest The Society began its vision-saving history 60 years p.m. Bldg. #722.
on Savings Bonds and the 5 per cent interest on Freedom crusaded and fought for the legislation that would
Shares is guaranteed. If anything, the interest rates will continue prophylactic drops such as silver nitrate be put in the -*"""" """""""
to increase rather than drop. And, when the interest rates do rise, newborn baby. At that time 25 per cent of all children in aI ,
they cover the investment you've already made, not just new in schools for the blind had been needlessly blinded at I
vestments. infectious disease called ophthalmia neonatorum or J Traffic
These votes of confidence in the future and security of our country eyes." It was known that by putting such drops in I
deserve the same serious consideration as your vote in the Presidential baby's eyes this blinding disease, could be prevented.
Elections. When you study the U.S. Savings Bonds/Freedom The advancement of medical science with its {
Shares platform of security, there's little doubt it's a winning ticket. and miraculous panaceas has increased our life span 16 \
Cast your vote of confidence in America through the allotment 1920. This most significantly contributes to the fact
program and buy U.S. Savings Bonds and Freedom Shares. (AFPS) and glaucoma, for the most part diseases of the aging,
be the two leading causes of blindness in the United following is a report of
Shallow IncentivesBy Therefore, in its 60th year of saving sight, an vehicle accidents and traf-
of the National Society's educational and public for the period Aug-
is to persuade an ever-increasing number of senior 26.
through -
,
LCdr.
J. E. Dorsey, CHC ;
surgery, the only known cure for cataract, is more than
35,827 veterans of World War II and 12,392 veterans of the Korean safe and successful. of Accidents
War trained under the GI Bill of Rights to become clergymen. nonymous'v ---------5
7,800,000 veterans of World War II and more than two million of the Early Dedection Helpful
Korean War entered colleges or trade schools for virtually every Amblyopia (lazy-eye blindness) and other vision this year through
26- 237
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occupation from astonomy.to zoology.It affect as many as one in every 20 preschool-age of accidents
is interesting to note that the ministry ranked just below medi- nation today. However, if discovered and treated before through
1967 - 245
cine and law in the number of veterans preparing for the professionson the chances are that these vision problems can be
grants from the GI educational program. corrected. By way of a Preschool Vision Screening number of days since
There is a spiritual core to life. There must be. And these figures conducted by the National Society and its state affiliates in a motor vehicle
taking account of preparation for spiritual cultivation are heartening
the nation, thousands of preschoolers with suspicious - - 41
in an area too often motivated by shallow incentives.Our possible vision problems are referred for professional
generation has become entangled in a vast maze of moral and tions each year. of Violations
spiritual confusion. Selfishness is all about us. From the halls of There are an estimated 25,000,000 preschool ch1 - - 55
world authority to the cottages of humble workers, there is a wide- nation today. A large majority of them are age not - - -10
spread defiance of the simple laws of integrity. The great apostasyof However, this program as well as all programs and Driving - -1
our day is not so much the diabolical threat of world communism the National Society, which serve to educate Stop Sign 3
as it is moral decay. ages to the continuing need for greater - 41
What a challenge we have, to show that no matter how right our health and eye safety, are expanding each year to meet
economic and political systems may be, we cannot stand with an undisciplined greater demands. drivers appeared
spirit and a corrupt moral character. the Traffic Hearing Board :
Arnold Toynbee says, "Civilizations do not go down fighting val- meeting held on August
iantly, with banners flying, but they collapse ingloriously from inner A S.lut. to S.rvic. W of the cases in-
decay." the following: five lost

Only the sincere word of the Lord, spoken with compulsion and (Editor's Note: The following is reprinted from "The and parking privileges
conviction by God's prophets for this generation, can keep people Marine Corps Supply Center, Albany, Ga.) station for various per-
from inner decay. A service wife is mostly girl. But there ; were assigned to com-
Year after year, men stand in the temple and hear the voice say, when her husband is away and she is the are eight-hour course in
"Whom shall I send and who will for ?" To be of mowing lawn
go us sureall us a flat tire on a youngster's, bike, that she begins driving; six received
are imperfect, and some of us even unworthy, but yet, the call mustriQtaniwm is also a boy. to ; three Were given

She usually comes in three size s--Petite, s; none were dismissed;
plump,
child." During the early years of her fined (U.S. COMMIS-
marriage it is
$: determine which size is her normal one. She has ); and none were referred
J@ m@ ID I
the world and measures time in terms of "places" as commanding officers for
do in "It action.
disciplinary
years. was at Camp Lejeure that we all had s
In Hawaii, Dan was promoted." five drivers were as

At )fasl-ne of her babies Ss! born or a transfer 62 traffic points.
plished, she
was alone. This causes her to
pact between her husband and the service that provides
JTAX AIR NEWS to be overseas or on temporary duty at times
A service wife is international. She may be an Iowa

a French Mademoiselle, a Japanese or Southern belle

The JAX AIR NEWS 'is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper discussing service problems, they all speak the same
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, She can be a great actress, and to heartbroken children
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, time, she gives an Academy Award performance 1
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a private' firm. All Copy submitted for use In the J AX AIR gOing to be such fun! I hear they have
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box tarantulas ... and rattlesnakes. Indian
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub theirs. She wonders if But her heart is
lication. News Items are welcomed from all sources Telephone this is worth the sacrifice
772 3118 or 3119. An ideal service wife has the patience of
ibility of putty, the wisdom of a scholar and the an angel
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries If she dislikes money, it helps stamina
concerning such should be directed to: When duty calls, she becomes "mmber "
accepts this fact her two' and
life
can be
The Holt miserable.
Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. She is, above all, a
woman
Jacksonville. Fla. 32210 married to a
Telephone 388 2755 her the permanency of serviceman
gypsy, h
frustration of conformity, and the SJriw2nn.1 "
VOL. 26 NO. 24 SEPTEMBER 6, 1968 her packing boxes -- with squabbling children BUY U.S.
sometimes wonders If it's worth it __ near BONDS,
until i she
step and cheerful
voice of the lug who FREEDOM
Then she is gave her all this.i
happy -- juSt
to be his service wife ( ) SHARESI


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Through ADCO ProgramThe EasyForCountyVoters


selection board for the high school and possess a GED
Association Degree Completion equivalency certificate issued bya Duval County voters who are
Program (ADCOP) will meet next state board of education or an unable to go personally to the
May and career petty officers authorized high school. In the courthouse to register will be
seeking to enroll in the pro- latter instance, they must have given an opportunity to place their
gram should submit their applications scored in the upper fiftieth per- names on the rolls at several
to the General Military centile on all tests. Finally they alternate locations this month.
Training Office not later must have 24 weeks of class- The locations below will provide
than March 31, according to a room instruction under Navy registration facilities on days
Bupers Instruction. "A", "B", and "C" schools or indicated.
ADCOP offers qualified appli- 12 transferable college credits, September 14, 10 a.m. to 5
cants an opportunity to pursue a or have attended Navy "A** and p.m. -- Cedar Hills Shopping
full course load In three selected "B" school and have at least Center, Pic N Save (Uni-
junior colleges leading to an six transferable college credits versity Boulevard, Gateway
associate of science or arts degree They must have no record of Shopping Center, Regency
in various vocational and conviction by summary, specialor Square the Daylight Grocery on became foster fathers
technical fields. general court martial, con- West Edgewood Avenue and the MISSILE KITTENS ordnance jockeys
Eligibility is in general determined viction by a civil court for other Beach Plaza Shopping Center when this obviously proud mother found her way into their equip-
by the following cri- than minor traffic violations, or Jacksonville Beach. ment shack this Tuesday and gave birth to five kittens. Last reports
teria: U.S. citizen petty officer more than two NJP's within the September 16 5:30 9 p.m. said mother and children were doing fine.

second class or above one com- past two years. -- Cedar Hills, Pic N Save,
pleted regular enlistment seven The three junior colleges util- Gateway, Regency and the Day-
continuous completed years of ized under the program are Mount light Grocery.
active naval service prior to San Antonio College in Walnut, September 17, 5:30 9 p.m.-- [ !iIwEsEb ti N FR
November 1 of the fiscal year Calif Palomar College at San Cedar Hills, Lakewood Shopping
for which enrollment is sought. .Marcos, Calif., and Pensacola Center, Highland Shopping Cen-
Applicants must not have anyun- Junior College in Pensacola,Fla. ter Regency and the City Lib- 1PTX FLORISTWe
expired service obligation under Prior to transfer to the pros- rary.
terms of a prior enlistment incentive pective schoolanADCOPstudentmust September 18, 5:30 9 p.m.
program such as SCORE, reenlist or extend his cur- -- Cedarl Hills,Lake wood,High- wire Flowers
STAR, etc., by Nov. 1 of the rent enlistment for six years lands and Regency. Located halfway between Cecil & HAS,at
pertinent year: They must pos- from the first day of Septemberor September 19, 5:30 9 p.m.
sess a high school diploma, or February, depending upon the -- Paxon Shopping Center, Town 103rd St. & W.sconn.tt Blvd.
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September 20, 5:30 9 p.m.
CECI -- Commander Anthony -- Paxon Town and Country,
J. Karpaitis, executive officer Clvb Hi-litts Gateway, and Regency Square.
of Attack Squadron Sixty September 21, 10 a.m. to Only 21% .lIls iron HAS JII Miin Gita
Six, became an Intrepid centurion 5 p.m. -- Paxon Phillips High-
last week when he made his 100th CECIL--Sept. 6: Music will be way Plaza, Gateway, Regency,
arrested landing aboard the car furnished by Mel Gaden and the the Daylight Grocery Moncrief
rier. The landing was made while Lazy Rhythm Girls. Menu include and 21st street, and the Atlantic elITUtAOOR IIII
operating on Yankee Station in Lobster and Porter House Beach Shopping Center.
the Tonkin Gulf Steak.
The Commander marked the Saturday, Sept. 7: On the menu war GO TOGEN Q..

occasion with the usual ceremonial again is Lobster and Porter _CNtr_
House with music by Max Wol- J, wistsK iMt7tN c
cake cutting following his
A PAR T M 1 N T S
126th combat mission over North niewicz. NNd I' '
Wednesday Sept.11:Tonight is
Vietnam. Cdr. Karpaitis is the
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I I II DarterSelected



I NATlX Behind the ScenesBy I


Goff Jax--Among the highlights of
June the Patrol Squadron Forty-Five

NATTCon awards ceremony held August 23
to
MMl Merle Cornell receiveda Chief Smith came from Memphis, was the .presentation of thesquadron's
Art Aug. Jan. 30, 1966, "Red Darter
Letter of Appreciation on instructorat of the
He is an
f.
t 30, for outstanding performancewhile Tennessee. Month" award to Aviation Anti-
he served at the Disease AEB( )Smith School.Chief and his wife Ann Submarine Warfare Technician
\ Vector Control Center at the < daughters,Janet Lyn Third Class Willard J. Demo
three
..:: Naval Air Station. have
t:
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and Donna.
presented to da
The letter was
almost At
: Petty Officer Cornell by Capt. Having completed AOC EdwardD.
NATTC commanding years in the Navy
; R.P. Kline,
the four-year
h officer, in a ceremony held in Clark Sr. was

the captain's office. Capt. L.W. 61 He'caine NATTC from VA-
to
officer-in-charge of the
Teller,
USS
disease control center, attendedthe 93, stationed aboard the
ceremony.In Ranger (CVA-61)), in June, 1965.
N the letter Capt. Teller said He is anAO (A) School Instruc

"Not only have you'discharged tor.Chief 1: .F 'i
but Clark won "Instructorof
well,
BIG REWARD--A02 Richard J. Brissette Jr. take oath as h; your you have responsibilities at all times shown the Year" at Memphis, Tenn., ,

reenlists for six years to receive a Variable Reenlistment your concern for and contributedto for his outstanding performanceHe
Bonus of $5,254.20. Commanding Officer, Capt. R.P. Kline the overall success of this received a plaque which read:
administers the oath.Congratulatory. center's mission." "Naval Air Mobile Training
Petty Officer Cornell enlistedin Group Instructor of the Year

the Navy in March 1955,trans 1961."
Letter. * *
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ferred to the Naval Reserve in
I 1959 and returned to active dutyon The NATTC Drill Team per- AX 3 Demo
Feb. 19, 1960. He has been formed to approximately 15,000
.I.II .If assigned to the First Lieuten- exhilarating spectators at the Jr. by Cdr.: H.D. Wilbur VP-45
ant's Division since reportingto Sun and Space Festival Paradeat commanding officer.
NATTC in August. Cape Kennedy Aug. 31. Petty Officer Demo, a native
Petty Officer Cornell and his The Drill Team stayed over- Annapolis, Md., has been aboard
wife Marilyn have two children, night at Patrick Air Force Base VP-45 for seven months and on
a daughter Tammy and a son located in the vicinity of the active duty for one year with
Jeffeory. Cape. After the parade Saturday VS-661, a reserve squadron
# # morning, personnel at the air based at Andrews Air Force
One navyman received a large force base took the Jaxon Lan- Base.
bonus during ceremonies held by cers on a tour of the area including Serving as an electronics sen-
Capt. R.P. Kline, CO, in which a complete tour of Cape sor operator aboard one of the
four men reenlisted. Three of Kennedy itself. Red Dart P-3 Orion aircraft
. .
a the men took on six year AX3 Demo was selected for the
"hitches." while the fourth re- CW02 Quanor C. Beatty was award for his devotion to duty
I enlisted for four years. promoted to his present rank ina and excellent performance of assigned -
f A02 Richard J. Brissette Jr's ceremony on Sept. 3, con- tasks.
} six year reenlistment left him ducted by Commanding Officer, Three VP-45 officers also received -
i ai a $7,005.60 richer after the Aug. Capt. R.P. Kline. awards at the ceremony,
30 ceremony; that is, before the Warrant Officer Beatty reported Ltjg( ) V J. Ehlers was desig-
Internal Revenue Service claim- to NATTC as an Aviation nated patrol plane commander;
! 4 ed their share of the bonus. He Ordnance Instrustor on Dec. 9,
received $1,751.40 normal re- 1966, from NAS Pensacola where
I enlistment bonus and $5,254.20 he attended an eightweek Trem-
variable reenlistment bonus duins Aviation Officer Indoctrin r
f CONGRATULATED--Capt. R.J. Kline, CO, awards MM I IY based on his AO and 3VRB mul- ,ation Course. ,
Merle J. Cornell a Letter of Appreciation for' his outstanding tfple rating. Petty Officer Bris-'

performance while serving with the Disease Vector Control. sette received his bonus in a Chapel Seeks,

lump sum, a recently recom-
mended practice, instead of the Organ FundsFunds
old method of splitting bonuses
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE into several installments. are being sought to build
Petty Officer Brissette en- a 71-rank pipe organ at the
listed in the U.S. Naval Aviation Memorial Chapel -
All Ranks All Ages Navy on May '" ,.
3, 1965. He has been an instructor at NAS Pensacola in memoryof r Ay 3 .ry.
lOW RATES at AO School since he Naval and Marine Corps avia-
reported to NATTC in July. He tors who have died in Vietnam.
EASY MONTHLYPAYMENTS came from VO-67 which was deployed Chairman of the fund drive,
in Nakhon Phanon, Thai- Retired Vice Admiral Rob-
ert Goldthwaite said donationsof
land.HN3
Jon R. Hubner's six year $25 or more will enable con-
star reenlistment enabled him to tributors to have the name of Ltjg( ) Comptonand

select the school he will attend. the person in whose memory the Lt. T.E. Gray and Lt (jg)
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE His choice under the Star Pro- gift is made inscribed in a per- J.D. Compton were presentedwith
gram was HMC) School. manent book of remembrance. safety commendations for

UNDERWRITERS INC. Petty Officer Hubner servedin Twenty per cent of the funds previous duty as flight instruc-
the clinical laboratory Camp needed to build the proposed tors in the Naval Basic Train-
(Formerly McDonald's Insurance) Lejeune, N.C., where he was assigned organ have been donated since ing Command.
4479 Roosevelt ftlvd. 3IS-7674 to the medical department the drive began in January.
before coming to NATTC in May. Contributions may be mailedto
Call Us Anytime He is currently assigned to the the Memorial Funds, Naval .rrr..rrrrrrrre

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f Mad Foxes Win i .,,,,,.' ,' ,j.:, Marine News

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F ': By SSgt. Jim Custer

2nd Safety AwardJax _____ ,1" \ Jax--One arrival and one departure -

__ marked the Marine Aviation
Detachment's rather slow
-- The Patrol SquadronFive bat readiness, high moral and week transfer-wise.

"Mad Foxes" have been economy of operation through Reporting in was GySgt. Donald -
announced as the winners of safety. White who will assume duties
the Chief of Naval Operations Since 1962 VP-5 has flown as an instructor with the
Safety Award for the second time 61,000 hours without incident or \l&_ AE School Section. A 16-year

In two years. accident, this includes over 9,000 marine veteran, Gunny White reports
The award which is presented hours in direct support of com- to the detachment from
annually in recognition of out- bat operations in Vietnam. Dur- Vietnam where he served as
standing achievement is aviation ing the past year the "Foxes" NCO-in-Chargeof the Avionics
safety was previously presentedto have flown over the far cornersof J Section of VMFA-323 of the 1st
the "Foxes" in 1967 while the world and are presentlyon Marine Aircraft Wing.

they were on deployment to Sang- deployment to Rota, Spain. k Departing the MAD scene after
ley Point in the Philippines.The Recently PATRON Five was three years service as NCO-in-

CNO Safety Award exem- also announced as the winnersof 555555. bS'S 1S Charge of the Supply Section is

plifies the promotion of "Readi the COMNAVAIRLANT Excel- 11 } ii GySgt. Clarence R. Davis. With
ness through Safety" and is a- lence Award for Battle Effic- ) 18 years service as a marine
1 thieved only as a direct result iency and Combat Readiness in under his belt, GySgt. Davis is

\ of an aggressive aviation safety Antisubmarine Warfare and HOST PATIENTS The Marine headed for duty with the Marine
Was also nominated by OMNAV-
program.: AIRLANT for the Arleigh Burke Wives Club hosted a recrea- ,,.., Corps Supply Activity Philadelphia -

All Marine and naval aircraft Trophy for outstanding improvement tion night for patients at the Na- [ Penn.. . .
squadrons are eligible for the in combat readiness. val Hospital August 20. Enter- '.
award which is selected Patrol Five is under taining the patients were local JI : Hard work and extra effort
given to Squadron 'At.I.. ,\ ."
really does P-1yoff as evidencedby
squadrons in recognition of the command of Cdr. J.R. guitarist Robert Taylor, "The \ ,,.: ,3
p,:. the meritorious promotion of
outstanding contributions Farrell. ,Solutions" ,
to com- "
) ;" Cpl. Thomas L. Wingler to his
team of Sid and ( ) '.'), .I'J
I Advance to Airmen Seaman wives also present rank. Cpl. Wingler put
ments. Above, "!" in plenty of hard work and extra
I : time which enabled him to
Jax--The following NAS Also advanced off the August offers AIC James come
personnel
cookies out the honorman of class 814,
I were advanced to E-3 exam were: SN Nancy L. Mal- some
as a result of the August Exam:. burne, SN Nancy L. Morrow, SN gins to play.Marine. Aviation Electrician's Course
SN Arthur J. Barbeau, AN Steven Alan: G. Oertel, SN William M. "A". His 92.04 average toppedall

D. Carmichael, SN RichardA. Quilligan, AN Nicholas K. Reeger Aids other members of his class

Carroll, AN Bernard Cl rk, SN Wayne A. Sawyer, AN which includes marines and sai-
AN David A. Thompson, FN Joseph lors.
Gary L. Etheridge, AN Robert -
L. Ingram, SN Louise C. M. Turton, SN Bruce W. Val- Cpl Wingler joined the Marine
Jensen, SN Sharon E. Kepler, entin, FN Richard S. Vander- Serves Corps on Nov. 27, 1967 and reported -
FN Robert S. Lenz, AN JohnW. ploeg, and SN Patricia A.Wynne.PO to MAD as a private on

Letoureau, and AN LarryJ. functions. Put- March 23.
settled . .
Linton. Getting "
Advisory Board Meets station can they enter Two marines checked in to

The regular monthly meet- lems for a the station hos- MAD this week, one from Viet

ing of the First and Second ily, but when a Tuesday be of every nam and one from temporary
count-
can
Class Petty Officer's Mess ferred to the duty.
in a few sur-
guan advisory board will be heldin there is a group Returning from a temporary
for these patients,
tl the club at 1:30 p.m.Thurs- ready and willing assignment with the Weapons
are recovering
day. All primary and/or and his family Training Unit at Marine Corps
received in Viet
Q,9llczs} secondary members are encouraged possible. This School Quantico, Va., was Gy
; Wives Club, has John Maurer. his
to attend. This is help in easing the Sgt During two
,! the only way that your first marine with his caused by months with the unit, Gunny

San Juan at Niblick and Second Class Petty Of- ting settled. orders. Many Maurer was a member the Marine -

Phone'384 4406 ficers will be represented in The amazing have husbands Corps Pistol Team and com-
I' the running of your club. ladies is that > peted in the Maryland State Match
in Vietnam.
/f e J, 2, & 3 Bedrooms signed marine aid the annual and went on from there to Camp
16 Nantes Perry, Ohio, for the National
r Garden Type Apartmentswith August drive conduct-
...
Country,Club Corps Reserves Match held there annually. He
Atmosphere YN2 Jon W. Moore has Deen privilege ot the less fortu- said it was a very rewarding
; I Kitchens equipped with G-E selected as the VP-16 Bluejacket one month. Christmas experience and he will now resume -
Moore't at time.
Ranges 6 Refrigerators of the month of August. Along Moore's letter his duties as an instructor
agenda is parti-
Individual
I and Heating Air by Conditioning.GE with a letter of commendation, tion cited his Marine Corps with the Marine Mechanical Fun-
.I Drapes furnished he received a squadron plaque ficiency and Action Pro- damentals School here.
t( Wall toVaII\ Carpeting and presented by the Commanding formance as an the refugees of Sgt. Raymond D.Payne reported -
.Large Swimming Pool Officer, Cdr. T.H. Ross.Numer- Personnel aboard from Vietnam. During
\ ous other benefits were also Squadron his 13 month tenure there, he
fur-
baby
received, among these are a reserved ment. Indicated for the children's served with Marine Aircraft

parking space and the noteworthy was hospital, the Group 36 which is a helicopterunit.
awarded the
as leading one boy in Sgt. Payne was
during the Ranch Christ Combat Aircrewman's Wings and
six-month three Air Medals for his ser-
These are only
Spain. Moore is' functions vice as a. gunner.
officer records
a "
"Eagles.
of the club are:
it E. Swartz, presi-

.A ; A. Slocumb I et1EMENTIf9
Mrs. Ken-
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secretary. +
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Movies rink. I -I U
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f Movies will be shown nightly SchedulesCPO J

at. the NAS Jax Theater at 7:30
p.m. There will also be a kiddie

matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a CLUB--Tonight the Red Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd Jacksonville,
regular feature 2 p.m. Sunday Coats Five will be providingthe Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
;4 and holidays. The Hospital Theater musical beat and Mark Castle Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
I will have one nightly feature will be the star attraction tomor, publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
r at 7 p.m. Cecil Field will have row. Specials for the week Include be received WITH the copy for the ad.

two nightly shows during the sirloin steak Saturday for
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- $1.65, Sunday prime rib roast Do Not Send dsh
inees will be shown on week- $1.95, Thursday evening pizzas 1.1'

i i ends at, 2 and 5 p.m. Ratings for $.75 and sea food special Rite:' Minimum charge ((3 11.15)) : $2.00
A-Adults; GA-General Audience; Friday for $1.25. . . . .

E-Excellent M-Matured ;Youths VG-Very; S-Superior Good; G-; "0" CLUB -- Entertainers Per additional line ((4 words per 11.1)). . .. 0.50
Good F-Fair CNA-Class Not
; ;
featured at the club this week
Available.
include the Tune Twisters who
Friday, Sept., 6 will appear tonight from 8 until
11:30 p.m. and the Charley Jay
NAS: "TRIPLE CROSS" star- Orchestra from 8:30 p.m. ,until DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC BELLAIR BILLIARDS JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1qtr.
ting Christopher Plummer and 12:30 a.m.tomorrow.Happy Hour JOCKEY? For information call SNOOKER & POOL Mile no. of NAS. Clean
Romy Schneider. (Color spydrama will be held today and Saturday 355 4834. Day or night. Open Daily modern trailers & Apts. 389-
: 125 mins.) A M/VG. from 3:30 until 6 p.m. Enjoy !Bellair Shopping Center 3007.

HOSPITAL: "FORTUNE the Friday night champagne special DARDEN MOBILE HOME WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear
COOKIE" starring Jack Lemmon and dinner from 6 to 10 Subdivision 9416 Crystal SpringsRd. ORANGE PARK &
and Walter Matthau. ,(Color spy p.m. Sunday a buffet dinner will ., 781 2127. Close to Cecil TROPICAL SETTING NAS Cecil 1&blk w/of
Jammes Rd. Furn. Unfurn.
drama: 125 mins.) A-M/E. be served from 6 to 9 p.m. Field 85x91' Lg. Lots water, EXECUTIVE AREA
CECIL FIELD: "CHALLENGE Tuesday night is foreign dish paved roads patio 2nd Mo. rent HOLLY POINT Apts. Newly painted 2BR LR,
Kit. Nook Car
FOR ROBIN HOOD" starring night from 6 to 9 p.m. Free. 4 BR, 2 Baths, Corner F'place: Furn 2 parking.
Barry Igham and Leon Green. !t between LR & DR, Lge. Mod.' Water Sewage & Garbage incld.
(Adventure drama: 80 mins.) ACEY DEUCEY CLUBDanceto FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -' Kit., Wooded Lot Will refinance Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call
GA/G Houses & Apts. Equity, VA: & .FHA or VA $28,500.VIRGINIA 387-2541. nites or weekends Call
the of the Mark
tunes Castle
.>... Saturday, Sept. 7 Dance Band tonight and "comeas FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. E. BELL 389-0744. Plenty of Vacancies.
'; NAS: "DARK OF THE SUN"starring are" for Call' Powell or Mills USN REAL ESTATE
you casual night. UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT
:' ', Rod Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park 264 2488 Broker
Taylor and Yvette
facilities
Dining are from 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath
open
:. '. Mimieux. (Color action: 125 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday swing with ,Realty. MilitaryFreeNotary.SERVICEMEN'S : ((24 I Hr: 356 2462)) Bungalow w/stove&ref rig.Furn.

mins.) AMG.HOSPITAL the Four Clubs and Sunday following Dining Rm., Garage & Space
: "TRIPLE CROSS". game night JohnT.Luns- WIVES 'DELRAY MANOR 110th.. & Heater. $90 Mo. EV 85545.
:- CECIL Karen St. New all brick
FIELD "FORTUNECOOKIE" homes
: ford and the 8 Balls will be
Toy Demonstrators Part-tiine.
AC Low 20's. Building Lots
under the light. Happy Houris No Must SINGERS
Saturday Matinee spot experience needed. Available. Floyd White, Bldr. FOR $25
NAS "ZEBRA IN THE Monday through Wednesday Drive Earn $1,000 in 3 mos., 7715643. Sewing Machines, left in storage.
KITCHEN"
: -
', from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Smor- Bonus Plan. Call 771 3211 Good condition. Does everything
starring Jay North and Andy gasbord is served every Thursday complete with attachments.
Ext.274. 4-7
Devine. (Color Comedy). "SON p.m. -VOLKSWAGEN
Friday and Sunday, all you Yours for storage charge, $25.
OF GERONIMO" Chapter 10. $800 Owner 388-4260 after 5.
for $1.25.
can eat each. Call 353-1946.Will deliver
Sunday, Sept. 8 LAKE""LOTSLarge No obligation.WAREHOUSE
HOW SWEET IT IS" GARAGE SALE EVERY
starring BLUE JACKETS INNTonightdance SUNDAY 1606 MAIN ST.
James Garner and Debbie Rey- to the music of Phil Cay lots on Santa Fe Lake. Starts Sept. 8th. Something for
nolds. (Color comedy: 107mins.) and the Chantels. Tomorrow afternoon Terms. Call Owner 387-7379. Everyone. Until all is sold. Call A Civilian Use
A-M/E from 2 to 6 p.m. the 384-3349 from 9 to 6. For Service Know How
HOSPITAL: "DARK OF THE Standard Production will be FOR RENT 2 BR APT. FURN. Major Company has openings inmost
, SUN". viding the beat, followed by pro-Phil Orange Park Will rent to TAD 1965 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE areas of Fla., for men '
i CECIL FIELD: "TRIPLE Personnel or" Bachelors. 264 10 x 55, 6 ft. Tilt out. Cent. of ability initiative and desire
'j,' Cay from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. 6884. of for than ,
CROSS" A/Cond., Washing Mach., Lot higher average earnings.
J Monday, Sept. 9 Sunday, the Nu Sounds will.per- Extras. 771-3285', for details. Complete training provided. Include -
'1: .', .NAS:: "BLOW'UP", form from 2 ,until 6 p.m., followed MUST SELL' 66.'t
( : starring 1963 MOBILE' 10166-103rd St. Lot .. telephone number I when
.. by The Crystal Cathedral.
: .. Vanessa Redgrave and David HOME Assume pymts., Under addressing inquiry to:
Monday the Nu Sounds will be
: I" .- Hemming. (Color drama: 118 $1800. Lot 1006 Washington St., Regional Supervisor
1'/'" mins.) AVG.HOSPITAL'. on stage Tuesday the Sixteensand Colonial Mo. Ho. Pk., LaneAve., WANTED TELETYPE TYP- 2911 McCoy Rd..
T "HOW SWEET IT Wednesday the Crystal Cath- South 786 0449. ing or light bookkeeping position. Orlando Fla. 32809.
IS". edral. Near NAS Cedar Hills or Timu-
quana Ave. Office or home. SINGER
CECIL FIELD: "DARKOFTHE .
SUN., 7720993. GOLDEN SEW
USED AS A DEMONSTRATORONLY.
: ; Tuesday, Sept. 10
NAS"GREEN BERETS" WANTED RIDERS TO SAN Like new4dr.desk.Does
starring OPEN J I \ SUNDAY
John Wayne, David Jansen DIEGO CALIF. Leaving Sept. all this without attachments:Buttonholes -
e and Jim Hutton. (Color war drama for more Info. Call 387-3964 or fancy designs blind
389-0244. hems overcasts winds bobbin
/ : 141 mins.) A-M/E.
HOSPITAL: "BLOW UP". through needle. Bal. $41 or$5.20mo.
FOR SALE Free home trials. 771-8211
"; 1"" CECIL FIELD: "HOW SWEET
'J IT IS** G.E. Refrigerator. Call 771-6757 Dealer.
('I' Wednesday, Sept. 11 A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY after 5 p.m. FOR SALE

: NAS: "ROAD HUSTLERS" VOLKSWAGEN CHASSIS Com-
.... W. C" them the VW 16 point Saf.ty and P.rfofta.ne. In.p.ct- '66 BUICK SKYLARK
Robert Dix and Scott and
starring
plete motor extra pans plus
that
ion. Then w tuned up tl ht.n.d, and replaced varythin A/C 4 DR., HT, P/S P/B
Brady. (Color action comedy: needed It. And fu.r teed them 1007 for the repair or replacementof tires. $60.00. Call725-3164after
104 mins.) CNA.HOSPITAL ., all major mechanical parta for 30 day or 1000 ml lea. Coma Extra Clean. 7717262. 5 p.m.ORANGE.
F on In and double check.
: "GREEN BER- ENGINE TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
...." ETS" ASSEMBLIES *BRAKE.SYSTEM -ELECTRICAl. SYSTEM STEREO COMBINATION $63 PARK-FOR SALE BY
\, CECIL FIELD: "BLOW UP" CONSOLE MODEL with radio Owner. Two Bedroom house and

YouR COMHi5jgy 63 VW SEDAN . : .. .. $895 take stereo up like payments new. 4 speed on beautiful record two arate story buildings duplex both furnished on lot 871/2 sep-

i' 64 VW SEDAN '. . . . $1075 changer. Balance due$63. or $8 x 225 ft., facing on two' streets.

65 VW SEDAN. . . '. . $1200 per month. Phone 353-1946 any- 264-9234.

; 1 66 VW SEDAN. . . . :{ $1400 time.deliver Ask for Credit obligation.Manager.Will A-l. EFFICIENCY FOR RENT

,.1 r ". III 67 VW SEDAN. . .' . 'I. .' $1650 Music Center no, 1606 Main St. 388-0638.Furn. Pvt. Bath Riverside

t\ { 66 VW SEDAN Air Condo ''';. ". $1690 Jacksonville. .oona.0ooaon.

66 VW Squareback. . .. . .. .$1795

MpkE Qy,4Y AutlloitEPfJRCNASs 67 VW Karman Cpe . ". .1.; .. '> .$1950 Unclaimed Layaway Write Your OWN

!! 67 VW Fastback . . . . $1950 NEVER USED
Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma-
MX'S GRf ATEST 67 VW Fastback, Air Cond.. . : $2150 chine. Makes buttonholes fancy Want Ad '

r. I FURNITUREVALUES' 66 OLDS F85 Deluxe, 4 Dr. Loaded, Air Cond. $1895, designs or blind$5 mo.hems.Dealer.Paybal.$25cash Free 3 Lines Only $2.00

67 F Al RL AN E 500 2Dr H.T. Loaded Air Cond. $2395 home trial 771-9106 anytime. Additional Lines 50*

:- 65' MALIBU S/S, 2 Dr. HT, A/T . .$1495 eoaonoooooTasty

64 PLYMOUTH 4-Door, A/C. . . .$ 895

i I 66 FAIRLANE 500 4 Dr. Sta. Wag. Loaded. $1795 I3eef .
j! TACOS 19 'rl(. OutI

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(AFPS) CALIFORNIA MARYLAND MONTANA NEW JERSEY
Armed Forces personnel voting Nov. 4 6 p.m. Nov. 6 Close of polls Nov. 5 Close of polls Who May Vote by Absentee
by absentee ballot in the 1968 COLORADONov. MASSACHUSETTS NEBRASKA Ballot:
general election risk having' 5 5 p.m. Nov. 6 Close. of polls Nov. 7* 10 a.m. "Military service voter"
their vote not counted if their CONNECTICUTNov. MICHIGAN NEVADANov. means a qualified elector under -
ballot misses the receipt of ballot 6 6 p.m. Nov. 6 Close of polls 5 Close of polls Constitution and laws of
deadline even by a few min- DELAWARENov. MINNESOTA NEW HAMPSHIRE this state who comes withinone

utes.Most 5 12 noon Nov. 6 Close of polls In time for transmittal to of the following categories -
states require that vot- DISTRICT OF COLUMBIANov. Election officials before polls :
ed absentee ballots reach election 5 8 p.m. MISSISSIPPI close on Election Day. a. Persons in military service -
I officials by Election Day, FLORIDANov. Nov. 5 NEW JERSEY their spouses and de-

I Nov. 5. There are however, 4 5 p.m. MISSOURINov. Nov. 6 (see box at right) pendents.b. .
I some states with earlier or later GEORGIANov. 6** 6 p.m. Close of polls Patients in a veterans'
deadlines. 5 Close of polls hospital located in any place
I, In addition there is a wide HAWAII other than place of their
variation in time among the Nov. 11* 12 noon LOUISIANA ABSENTEE REGISTRATIONTo residences who have been in
states as to when ballots are IDAHO service in war
military any
sent to absentee voters and the Nov. 6 Close of polls Whom Applicable spouse's entry into the Military in which the U. S. has been
earliest date on which voted bal- ILLINOISNov. a. To those persons who Service. engaged and have been dis-
lots may be returned. 6 otherwise qualify under state Registration Form released from
Detailed information concerning law as set forth In "QualiThe parish Registrar, up charged or
absentee voting may be INDIANANov. fications for Voting" who enon determining by contacting such service.c. .
attached to or
Civilians
found in the pamphlet "Y otinl'' 4 6 p.m. tered the Armed Forces the two named registeredfrom serving with Armed Forces,
Information 1968" (DoD GEN- IOWAIn Louisiana. voters that you are entitled
68)). time to reach designated b. Th spouses of above to register, will send to you of their U.S. without and this dependentswhen State,
Absolute deadlines for the receipt official for delivery to election members of the Armed the registration blank. Fill spouses
residing with or accompanying -
of voted absentee ballotsin officers before Election Day. Forces who are not present out the blank, have i it attest- them.
the various states and terri- KANSASNov. to register in person because ed by an officer authorized
tories are: 4 12 noon of the military' duty of the to administer oaths. Note: Registration: servicevoter"
ALABAMA KENTUCKYNov. Service member. On a blank sheet of paper Since "Military
Nov. 5 6 Close of polls sign your name. Return the has been redefined to
ALASKAPostmarked LOUISIANAMust Method of Absentee registration form and the include a broader category,
later Registration sheet of containing all included in new definitionare
no than reach issuing' official in paper
Nov.5ARIZONA sufficient time for delivery to Send a letter to the Regyour signature to the parish not required to registerin
Election Commissioners istrar of your parish giving Registrar. order to vote. Under new
on the following information: Time of Registration provisions spouses and dependents -
Nov. 5 6 p.m. Election Day (see box below)
ARKANSASNov. MAINE a. Date on which you atTo register to vote in the of military person-
5 7:30 p.m. Nov. 5 3 tained the age of 21. November general election nel are no longer required to
p.m.eBob's
b. The length of residence the completed forms and register to vote by absentee
in Louisiana. your signature on the blank ballot.
c. The precinct ward and sheet of paper must be returned
parish in which you desire to to the Registrar of VIRGIN ISLANDSNov.
; Oak Hill register. the parish so that your name 5 Close of polls
d. Enclose the names and may be Entered in the parish Reply envelope must be
addresses of two or more voters list between the dates postmarked no. later than
Pure Service Center credible registered voters of of Sept. 30 and Oct. 4. Yl\v. ". .. .
-
your precinct who could All Other Persons

; Open for your convenience 6 a.m 10 p.m. make oath if required that Must register in person
you resided in your precinct as set forth under "Registra- THIS IS THE
at the time of you or your tion."
,
c road service. pick up & delivery TIME THAT


;", mechanic on duty American & Foreign Can NEW MEXICO TENNESSEENov. NAVY MOMS

f Nov. 4 12 noon 6 10 a.m.

;1 103rd & Jammes Road NEW YORK TEXAS COME BACK- TOMANPOWER
771 -9156 Jackson lIe. Florida -Nov. 4 I .12 noon Nov. 5 1 p.m.
;
: ) NORTH CAROLINA UTAH
Nov. 2NORTH 12 noon Nov. 6 Close of polls
DAKOTA VERMONTNov.
Nov. 12** 6 Close of polls With school under way again;
OHIO VIRGINIA. all of the Manpower White
Glove Girls who love to do
Nov. 5 12 noon Nov. 5*** Close of pollaOKLAHOMA work
temporary office are
WASHINGTONNov. coming back to Manpower.And .
Nov. 1 **
5 p.m. 20 Manpower is offering
", OREGONNov.
WEST VIRGINIANov. them exciting office work
5 Close of polls 6 Close of polls assignments good pay-"on
PENNSYLVANIANov. WISCONSINNov. the days and weeks they
: 15" 10 a.m. 6**** Close of polls want to work.

RHODE ISLAND WYOMING How about you-we've
Nov. 5 Opening of polls many
Nov. 6 9 p.m. more openings this year than
SOUTH CAROLINA.GUAM ever before.If .
Nov. 6 Close of polls Before Election Day
SOUTH DAKOTA PUERTO RICO you have some free time"
Nov. 6 Close of polls Before Election Day and office experience"APPLY



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Building Ext. 3870 ,. MARINE SUPPLIES

.. BOATS TRAILERS if I II
10:00 a.m. 3:00
Monday Wednesday: p.m. I
Thursday: 9:30 a.m. .. 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. D5jBI Dij INLET MARINE

NAS Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICEBuilding
DOWNTOWN-1104 W. Beaver St. EL 5-7662

26 Ext. 226 NORTHSIDE-6308.Main St. PO 5.5591 SALES
WESTSIDE-531 Cosset Au. EV 8-7371

Monday Friday: 10:00 a.m. .. 2:00 p.m. SOUTHSIDE-3388 Philips Hwy. EX 8-9510 Hwy 17 Orni Perk
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The following NAS Jacksonville Typist GS-4 and Joseph A. bara A. Blxler, TransportationClerk
employees have been promotedin Fields, Special Services Officer (Typing) GS-4.
accordance with the station's GS-11. Security

Merit Promotion NARF Program: Supply John W. WebsterJBill! G..Rivers -

Edward E. Parrish to A/C andlforaceC.Brown,Guard,
Samuel D. Rye Jr. and RubyP. GS-3 and Dennis E. Williamson
lin Engine Worker Electronics; Robert Technician Cough- Collier, Inventory Manage- and George W. Stansell, Fire-
to
ment Assistant GS-7 and Bar- fighter (General), GS-4.
GS-9; Henry G.Montgomery,Lee
M. Johnson and Warren K. Alexander -
Y x to to A/C Painting Worker Local Promotion Jobs
; Grace M. Gray to Accounts
Maintenance Clerk, GS-5; AlmaJ. I
4 z Raetz to Mail and File Supervisor -
GS-5; Eugene C. Strick- Open for ApplicationsMerit
land to Electronics Engineer
0.di I : GS-12 D. Trescot
; Charles to
promotion opportunities will be accepted through the closeof
Electronics Engineer (General)
for of
currently open receipt applications business Monday.
GS-12; Richard C. Tymick to listed below. The
are MPB No. 144-68 Supervisory
Aerospace Engineer (Fit. Sys) area of consideration and clos- Production Controller GS-11.
GS-12; Ernest O'Elecia to A/C ing date of each is shown. Area of consideration: NAS,
Loftsman; Paul B.Clark to Aero- MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade NARTU, NAKF, COMFAIRJAX,
", space Engineer (Fit Sys) GS-12; levels GS-4 and below, MPB FAETULANT, Navy Hospital,
William E. Johnson and John F.
No. 79-67 Plan C all semi Navy Commissary Stores andNavy -
Newton to Electronics Engineer
skilled level
positions pay seven Recruiting Station Jackson
.c (General) GS-12 and Henry J. and below,. and MPB No. 83- ville. Applications will be accepted -
b Wernet to A/C Examiner (Elec- 67 Plan B all skilled positionspay through the close of business

trical Mechanic). level eight and above. Areaof Monday.
Naval Hospital consideration: NAS NARF,
MPB No. 145-68 Shorthand Re-
Elzada Carson, Clerk-Stenog- ... NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,FAETU-
GS-6 GS-7 and MPB
it S rapher, GS-5; Mary S. Hamilton LANT, Navy Hospital,Navy Commissary No.porter 147-68 or Indus-
., \'i&.i"\ __- Supervisor Clerk (Typing) GS-5; Stores and Navy Recruiting trial Engineer Supervisory, GS-13. Area of
LEAVE RECORDS -- PHI I' H. D. Simmons, office supervisor, Jane C. Eldridge Clerk Stenographer Station Jacksonville. consideration Nationwide.
:: Applications
checks over leave records with MPO's leave yeoman SN je- GS-4; Geraldine V. Nor- Applications for these positionswill will be accepted
lena Delacruz. ris, File Clerk, GS-3 and Mar- be accepted at any time.A through the close of business
cell H. Young,Secretary(Stenography separate application must be 30.MPB .
Sept.
) GS-6 filed for each position in which
Personnel Office. Handles COMFAIRJAX interested. No. 148-68 General En-
Lucretia C. iMcGrady Mail MPB No. 158-67 Industrial En- gineer, GS-12. Area od consid-
and File Clerk (Typing) GS-4; gineer, GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Areaof eration: NAS NARF. NARTU
Variety of Assignments Wendell V. Fountain, Supply consideration Nationwide. Applications COMFAIRJAX, F FAETULANT
Clerk (Typing) GS-4 and DouglasK. will be accepted until Navy Hospital,Navy Commissary
Jax--Handling service records ior military personnel here is the Wicks, Travel Clerk GS-6. the needs of the service are met Stores and Navy Recruiting Station -
job of the sailors and WAVES of the Military Personnel Office, NFO and will be considered as re- Jacksonville. Applicationswill
Biilding 955.Programmed. Elizabeth J. Rickoff, Voucher ceived. be accepted through the closeof
to handle anythi ing, from reenlistments to retire- Examiner (Typing), GS-4. MPB No. 141-68 Supervisory business Sept. 12.
I ments and from ships company to transit personnel the sailors Commissary Store Mechanical Engineer (Utilities) All applicants must be careeror
and WAVES maintain more than 1300 service records at one time.is Sandra E. Williams, Sales Store GS-12. Area of consideration: career-conditional employeesof
But handling service records only part of what the eight de- Checker GS-3. Sixth Naval District.Applications the Federal government.

partments of MPO do. With an he went on. "This ,includes Pine NARTU
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FAWEleven' Jax--The U.S. Sixth Fleet was
represented in the July, Greek,
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Aegean Sea Off shore Sailing Rally
Jax -- Rear Admiral Ralph by two, officers from the Mad
Weymouth, who recently assumed Foxes of Patrol Squadron Five
command of Fleet Air Wings, and one officer from the USS
U.S. Atlantic Fleet with head- Perry. LCdr. R.A. Hall and Lt
I quarters in Norfolk,Va.,recently (jg) G.T. Moyer of VP-5 sailedas
I visited with Capt. W.W. Hon- crew members on the yachts
t a
f our commander Fleet Air Wing *: "a6%ll l k,drr4. k ;,'s x, "Alexandra Lisa" and "Nepheie. -
Eleven. 111 # ." The race was from the
Rear Admiral Weymouth's 4''ne3A" Greek island of Rhodes to the
I first visit to his subordinate Aegean islands of Kos and Siros,
b command was for the purpose of 1i!; IS r1. 4s and terminating at the Royal
orientation and familiarization. w v
area Yacht Club !in Athens.
Sailing yachts from Greece
,
,
The morning was spent in com- M United States, United Kingdom,
prehensive briefings on Fleet Air Australia, and Italy participated.The .
Wing Eleven anti-submarine "Alexandra Lisa"isaGreekowned
warfare operations,an inspectiontour f ; as 102 foot yawl sailed bya
of the new FAV/-11 head- crew of 29 men. The "Ne-
quarters Bldg. 506, a visit with pheie," which placed second in
the VP-30 Detachment. and a s ) w the race, is a 60-foot sloop.
call on Commander Fleet Air, The Sixth Fleet officers fully
Jacksonville, Rear Admiral RJ. participated with the Greek
Stroll. c crews. They were guests of honorat
The afternoon devoted 'a s
was to all of the celebrations and receptions -
an inspection tour of the huge 'r1Arl at each of the island
new VP Hangar Complex, brief- w stops. At each island, the local
ings on patrol squadron opera- ..:. officials had prepared programsof
tions by respective commanding '. folk dancing, fireworks, and
officers, and informal discus- r .
-# w welcoming speeches.At
3
sions with squadron junior officers a
,.
a b the final awards ceremonyin
and enlisted personnel. Athens, the Sixth Fleet officers -
Upon completion of his inspec- GREEK VESSEL -- The yacht "Alexandra Lisa" was the craft on which LCdr. Hall sailed were presented to the
tion tour Rear Admiral Weymouth during the races from the Greek island of Rhodes to the Aegean Islands. Greek Regent, LtGen. George
returned" u? his headquarters at ..... U__a.... _. Zoitakis,who awarded them cer-
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NAS:: Nortolk .
,
tificates and medallions of the

race.
The Greek government and the
Panhellanic Offshore Sailing Club
under the presidency of RAdm
John Semerzides, Royal Hellenic
Navy, is actively expanding the
facilities and activities of yachting -
and seamanship training in

SALE I .: Greece.During the race, the Greek '

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Moyer to commemorate their participation in the Fifth Inter- Aegean and Ionian islands of
national Aegean Sailing Rally. Greece'and to increase the par-
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Greek citizens.
LCdr Hall, as a former As-
VOLKSWAGEN sistant Naval Attache to Greeceand
-- a Greek linguist, was ableto
renew old acquaintances in
Greece. Ltjg( ) Moyer is a mem-
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LVIVIU /Ten LVR/V4LR IM Sports ,j: ;,,",tlV'')II:Y"4'f, :", \ :h.,,'jW3I'':'''.\\-f1..t..'J.,,rjp'(j ,,',,''! i ;\'<1:": ; >, 1' "
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RoundupCECIL 1'r : ,'I .' f'i; ,, ,; : 1
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New York Mets have a chance at the first division. Slimas ;! ft:1: \\ : : / ) ,. ;
,
it is, with a little bit of good luck for New York and a dash FIELD: Due to lastweek's : ; ;; ,. '
of bad luck for Atlanta, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, the Mets could Inclement weather all 1/,1I" '
out-
.:'h,
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finish fifth. .,.
To win 95 games in the National League this year, St. Louis door sports suffered accord / !
the remainder of the ingly. The golf course was under '"
must play only .440 ball for season. ,:"'
i For the Detroit Tigers to win 100 games in the American League, water most of the week and over ;
they must play .580 ball. the Labog Day Weekend,and finally -
It is now impossible for the Chicago White Sox, California was reopened again Tuesday,
Angels, and Washington Senators to win 100 games. And if indeed September 2. Therefore matchesto
100 is the pennant winning number, then also out of the running determine the Blue League
s are Cleveland, Minnesota, New York and Oakland. Champs were not played as sche-
Computer Corner poured the season statistics, including games duled.
won, games lost, and the number of games still to play, into our FOOTBALL :
University Computing Corp. electronic evaluator to figure what In football, the first two games,
percentage must be won in order to capture 95 wins in the National which opened the season were all
League, and 100 wins In the American.We that could be played before rain
also computed the Total Offensive-Defensive ability of each flooded the fields. The first,
team by dividing total runs scored by total opponent runs. This
26 by
Monday August was won
R/OR ratio is the best single predictor of a team's standing at
VA 174 when VF 931 failedto of In dark breaks a pass
season's end. Over the past ten years the winning team had a Peter Guinosso VA-931 I jersey, up
R/OR ratio of 1.20 or better. The average team has a 1.00 R/OR produce a team. Tuesday,VA- pattern, of VA-45 In this Tuesday's game. VA-45 won, 2 to 0,
scored they Here 87 defeated AMD by a score of scored in the first half.
figure-meaning they as many runs as gave up. when they a safety early
are the standings through games of Aug. 13: 12 to 2. The reamining games
% TO % TO for last week were rained out The forthcoming schedule is as 37 vs VA 174 (B Circle)
National League R/oa WIN IS Americal1 L.acue R/OR WIN 100 and will be played following the follows: Sept. 5, VA 87 and AMD vs the Marine Barracks
ST. LOUIS 1.31 .44 DETROIT 1.30 .58 regular season. vs VA 831 (B Circle) and (Weapons Field); Sept. 11, VA-
SAN FRANCISCO 1.06 .76 BALTIMORE 1.21 .72 On Tuesday VA 45 won Weapons: vs the Marine Barracks, 831 vs VA 12 (B Circle) and
PITTSBURGH 1.02 .91 MINNESOTA 1.08 .96 over VA 831 by a score of Weapons: Field; Sept. 9, VF- Weapons: vs VA 45 (Weapons
CINCINNATI 1.02 .7' CLEVELAND 1.0S .fJO 2 to O. 931 vs VA 44; 'Sept. 10, VA- Field); Sept. 12 VA 44 vs
CHICAGO 1.01 .72 OAKLAND l.eS .91 ., VA-87.
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ATLANTA .99.7fJ BOSTON .97.82
NEW YORK .98 .98 CHICAGO .94 OUT t ltl1./ t .
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PHILADELPHIA .91 .89 NEW YORK .93.fJI ..
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LOS ANGELES .88 .96 CALIFORNIA .84 OUT
:. HOUSTON .87 OUT WASHINGTON .76 OUT
St. Louis' 1,31 R/OR strength ratio indicates they are 31% Rod/GunClub
stronger than the average team in the League. All clustered around k
the 1.00 mid-mark are: Pittsburgh, 1.02; Cincinnati, 1.02; Chicago, :r
1.01; Atlanta, .99; and the New York Mets, .98. ",
Finish Plans
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C anY'ou.St For Tonorrow For Fish FryCECIL

CECIL -- A one day tourna-
} TAKE WTH YOUR YOU CAR? ment will be held by the Golf : The Rod and Gun Club

For Financing and Insurance Association tomorrow, Septem- met last night to accept new mem-
ber 7. This tourney will be In bers and discuss the club's upcoming -
Stateside and Overseas. Call
f'' I the form of "Remorseful Golf" events.
; DYER M. BURR where each contestant can be Most important was the fish
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES required by any member of his fr: :o be held Saturday, Sept.

\, FINANCE CORPORATIOtgroup to replay any six shots __: ,.... aI'yv "'''kt ''b.a F' ___.,_,_____ 14.The
and that they consider lucky, unusINTERNATIONAL event will be between 10
SERVICE ual, etc. VA-105' Hut Little LtMwrs a.m. and 3 p.m., and will feature -
I INSURANCE COMPANY Entry fee will be $1.00 and one a skeet shoot, turkey shoot,
S615 Timuauana Rd. 771-0527 I first line golf ball. and a fishing contest for the kids.
CECIL--Members of the Little, Ing; a tour of.the A7A "Cor-
Bring worst and Tickets available
your enemy are through
League baseball team sponsoredby sair II' aircraft. Many ques-
: make this one. club members the
or on premises -
VA-105 were guests of the tions were asked about the
squadron for an afternoon of switches and dials in the plane'scomplicated at Lake Newman the day of
getting acquainted with the men of cockpit; the pilots the outing. All military person-
;z,8 CB. VA-105 and the Navy last week. who accompanied the team say nel and their families are urgedto
The ,boys, ranging in age from that they saw a far-away look attend.
The base deer and
on turkey
eleven to thirteen, were accompanied In the eyes of many as the boys
BY ELL It. I HOME BUILDERS. I INC."w by Mr. J.D. Kiefer, an grasped the control stick and in season were discussed and it was
ex-Navyman and coach of the their mind's eye put the attack decided to limit the take to 10
team. bomber through its paces.' buck deer and 10 male birds.
as After a welcome by Cdr. R.K. The afternoon was completedwith The season will automatically'close
Halverson Executive Officer .; a tour of the station's Air when the limits have been
the team saw a movie Operations Department where the reached.
entitled "ffeady on Arrival", boys were able to watch air- The Dove season has been
which gave them a general view craft take-off, and land from the slated to open around October 5
of Naval carrier aviation; they vantage point of the con- and promises some productive
then were treated to a showing trol tower. After a brief explanation hunting from the well seeded
'
of the classic Naval Aviation of the science of weather fields. Hunting will be only on
Iii tJ comedy film "Launch Em*. forecasting in Aerology,anda Saturday afternoons from noon

tJt ___ A display and explanation of look at the fire-fighting equip- to dark.
t $ +8 ? ?y flight clothing and equipment used ment used by the crash crew, There will be one more meet-
.t by squadron pilots was then given the boys departed Cecil Field ing before the opening of the.Dove
followed by a break forKoolAid many perhaps dreaming of the day season and anyone interested in
and cookies. when they might depart Cecil joining the club and participatingin
Then came the moment for again -- at the controls of a the seasons which are soon to
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By JOSN Brent Kallestad 306 Takes

Jax--While local intramural athletics are in full swing now, the y e A a
U.S. Naval Academy prepares for its season opener against Perm
State, September 21. The Midshipmen will be in this area November 3rd SpotJax F
9 when they encounter Georgia Tech at Atlanta. The Atlanta Chapter
of Naval Academy Alumni is sponsoring a reception and cocktail -- Wiry Jim Kinder cap-
hour immediately following the game at the Mariott Motor Hotel, tured third place in the Senior's
10 blocks from the stadium. Game tickets are $6 plus 50-cents for Division at the Inter-Service Golf
handling. Write the Naval Academy Athletic Association, Annapolis, Tournament held at Quantico,
Md. 21402 for tickets. For additional information on the oost-game Va.. last week. He fired roundsof
party, write Archie A. Bradley, '47, 526 Lynnhaven Dr. S.W., 78-75-76-78 for a total of
Atlanta 30310. 306, three strokes off the win-
The Navy's varsity football ning pace. The veteran golferwas :
team at Pensacola prepares to tied for the lead at the
open their season September 14 at end of two rounds and fell into
home against East Central Okla- second place tie after three _
homa State College. The Gosh- rounds. i
awks are led by quarterback > r
Roger Staubach, the 1964 Heis- : ':;,: The third place finish for Kin-
man Trophy winner, and several ",t{ 'fi'it. : der was another highlight in his
other former All-Americans. ': remarkable career. He won the
All Navy Tourney in 1955 and MORE LOOT -- CommanderJim
Oyster Season ,,: repeated in 1957, and took the Kinder, MSC, displays his BiiiniiiiiimiuiHiimiiiinmmiimiiuiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiMii
Oyster season opened September All Navy Seniors Division in latest plaques with 1967 trophiesstill | SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL 3I
1,for persons desiring to take 1963. Kinder competed inhis first beaming in the background. I MARSHALL ACRES I
Oysters. It is essential that all ... ..' ... all-Service tourney in 1947 and Kinder took third place in the 9359 103rd St. =
interested persons check with the ,;jj n'( ; ',.. had placed high among the fin- senior's division at the Inter g Jacksonville's newest & I
District Offices of the Florida ... ., .J. .....'.. ishers several times since.A Service Golf TournamentatQuantico 3 3 most community modem is now mobile open home fore i 2!
Conservation Patrol(one in Jacksonville ... Va. last week. The plaqueIn your inspection. Large 1
) about laws applying to veteran of 41-years naval the forefront is the 1968 All 5 44x75'lots. 5
the taking of oysters in the local service, Kinder's golfingcareerbegan Navy runner up, and the other | ONLY $35 PER MO. 1g
area. ', nearly a half century ago from the Inter Service meet. B Swimming shuffleboard pool,court tennis B-B-Q court, 3=
Televised Pro FootballA in Phoenix, Ariz., when he took | pit, picnic tables will be fa
Series E Savings Bonds in the built for
up the game at nine. Kinder's your enjoyment.
good weekend for pro foot- ., family lived adjacent to the Phoe- $25 to $200 range accounted I 1 EL VERANO act today MOTOR- call COURT :2
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Football League has three games aged to perfect his skills during during the first six months of I 359-2924 I
scheduled for television; Cinci youth. 1966 -- six per cent above a I
natti at San Diego,tonight at 8:30 ________ ________ his year ago and the highest for the lllllNIIIIIIIIUIUUUUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIHUIIIIIIIIIIIIIH for full details IIINIHIIIli|
p.m., Boston at Buffalo, Sunday, JUNIOR CHAMP -- How's the Kinder's illustrious golf rec- same period since 1946.
2 p.m., and Kansas City at Hous- golf game going? Been shootingin ord contains many milestones.He .
ton, Monday at 9 p.m. The ALF the 70's or low 80's? NARF's won his first major tourna-
games are televised on Channel Pete Pacuk who works at the ment in 1939 when he capturedthe
Production Control Division will San Diego City Champion
12.A National Football League probably tell you a few things ship. He was runner-up in the
contest between the Dallas Cow- about the sport. Pete's 11 year 1951 Hawaiian Amateur Open and
boys and Baltimore Colts will old son John took up the game swept to the Puerto Rican Ama-
be telecast on Channel 4, tomor- three years ago and is rapidly teur title in 1960. He feels that
row at 9:30 p.m. becoming a dominant figure in he put his best golf together in
junior division golf. Playingout 1955 during the Regional and
of Club All Navy tournaments at Patuxent -
AttentionFootb.n DuClay Country ,John
captured the PGA Junior Golf River, Md. He fired a sev- illJDNeed
FansDon't Championship last week at North en-under par 281 to capture the >
Palm Beach Country Club. John Region, and came back with a
forget to watch for our had an 83 -- a little high for him six-under 282, to win the AH
,Navy Open. His accomplishmentsinclude
contest "No Can Pick Urn"where -- but still finished atop the field.
all you rabid gridiron fans will Hmm, 83, not bad for an 11 two holes-in-one, both
shot in 1957 at Pensacola, but
get an opportunity to test your year, old. on separate courses I
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Between the docks being underwater races went to Jim Beecher salting Larry Nelson X SandbaggersTom Ii i
and the invasion of thou- "Whim II" and Dave Sharpe Cunningham Impulses .
sands of hyacinth plants our sail- took a third in the first race Ray Mayer ElectronsR. =IIIi
#
J. Packard AOMD 2
ing activity at Navy Jax Sail sailing "Cockspur". John Mes- Marine Bar C
Club has had to come to an almost seder placed third in the Jerry Achey II
complete halt. However second race. George Coyne (not Ken Lecas Spoile.rsGeorge Pro'sNFO Ii
time will take care of both factors Coin) did it- again in his Cor- Compton "B I! .
we hope. With Ideal sail- onado 25 (not 24)). He placed Bill Eddie Harvey UY Pinsters III.
ing weather just around the corn- first in both racex sailing in the Jim Herry CPO'sJohn
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ner it's not unusual to see some- Cruiser Class. The Labor Day I
Young Tipplers
; one down on the dock (the one races which were scheduled at Gary Goettlicher AOMD # 2
above water) trying to rid the the Ruder Club in Orange Park Bob Karnei Spoilers
area of the plants which havebe- were cancelled due to the hya-
Walt Wright VapgoeesRoy
come such a menance: to boaters cinth problem.We Lux NFOB'Joel
all over the St. Johns River. Pete who
will all miss Ray Kreps Tipplers SPQRtSEDAN39cV'
The moonlight sail held last is leaving for Roosevelt Roads Billie Travis SkywarriorsFred
week was enjoyed by all.Another Ruerto Rico this week. Pete has Vorhees X Impulses V -. #. AUttf tfrans. ; Fa prftit
"party" is planned for tomorrow contributed much time and effortin Joel Kreps TipplersBob Power steefmg PjpweEfrak&s..
at 10 a.m. This party will be teaching new club membershow Raymond Strikers ft & ;H WW Tires vmyfp
in the form of a work party to to sail. We all join together LebertStewart King Pins
get three club Rebels back in in wishing Pete fair Winds and Eddie Trad 679thW.
the water. They are drydockednow following seas. W. Warnock NFO 'B' '67 IMPALASPORT
waiting to be scrubbed and Jim Sarver StrikersDatatechs
painted. Don't forget club meetings are Don Lawson COUPE
Robin Siegrist took the lead in held the first Wednesday of each Bill EnnisCornelius Beanburners
her Bantam last week in the month at 7:30 p.m. in the club- "
Dressel Pin Benders 283" V 8, Auto Trans., Factory
Florida Club Tri Club Ser- house. Any new members are
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I, I Photomen Shutout Pros Jim R Tom, L.Heffner Cunningham Preston Strikers X Hunters Impulses I i '66; MALIBU I

Carl Riley CPO's e
Jax--VAP-62 went into sole Admin moved up in the league Ray Nestor 679th I ____ __ __ ___ __ II
possession of first place in the standings with a 16 0 victoryover Joey Wingate MARTD # 1 ,
National League last week witha the Hospital. Clyde Parker Ken Lecas Spoilers I *37". y.$.. 3 peed; Ftbor Shift.- I
decisive 20-0 verdict over accounted for eight of the win- George McKesson Uncles Radio. Heater, WW Tires Sblitf
VP-30. Ray Baddvinatz, Dennis ner's points, while the Tuscan John Young TipplersJim White XXX Sharp.
'I Garrett and Bobby Cochran all brothers Dave and Bob, scored Sarver Strikers
J I' scored touchdowns for the the other half of the team's George Compton Pro's I
I league-leaders and Robbie Franz total. Bill Tasker Eagles '66 VOLKSWAGEN I
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J came on a penetration.In ed the TD for Weapons and Fran- IklMUl $1295
I the only other league action cis Warfield and two-point con-
\ in last week's rain-marred version. GIANT SWAP MEET
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