Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1968
Frequency: weekly
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Navy Sets PO with 1 186 Missions Earns .

FebruaryExam Distinguished Flying Cross

DateThe ;
Aviation Fire Control Technician Second Class John W. i

Bureau of Naval Personnel Dudek became one of the few enlisted men to win the Dis

has announced the dates tinguished Flying Cross for action over Vietnam after receivingthe

for the February petty officer medal here Friday. Dudek received the decoration from

exams and the station's Edu- RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, com- .
cational Service Office has pub- t;"", mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, and then as we came In over the
lished guidelines for those here at the Navy Day military re coast the heavy 57mm rounds
preparing to compete in the next view held by the Naval Air would puff up around us. You
test cycle. Technical Training Center. Rep. could never mistake the heavy
The third class tests will be Charles E. Bennett, D Fla., stuff because of the black
given Feb. 4 for those men and t.., was guest speaker at the review smoke," Dudek explained.
women hoping to join the petty and spoke on the role of A Asked if he had time to be
officer ranks for the first: time. merican seapower in national scared during his numerous \
Second -class PO tests will be defense before the estimated 350 flights, Dudek replied,"Not really -
given throughout the Navy on guests. You keep busy with the equip
Feb. 6, to be followed on Feb. Sights TrucksIn ment to make sure your entry
11 by the first class exams. point is exact. If you're not
CPO aspirants will be tested \. the citation accompanyingthe where your supposed to be the
Feb. 13 and both the E-8 and E-9 medal, Dudek was cited for mission is useless. So you just
exams will be given Feb. 25. heroism during a night recon don't have the time to think about
Terminal eligibility dates have r __, naissance mission in a RA it until your back aboard ship.
been set at May 16, 1969 for pay Skywarrior over North Vietnamon Once you're back you have a :
grades E-4 through E-7 and Nov. March 26, 1967. He was chance to think about it."
16, 1969 for ,the top two enlistedpay credited with "extraordinaryskill Following the flight, F4 Phan- ;
grades. and concentration in the operation tom escort pilots reported that i
of special reconniassance a SAM missile had been fired at

Pre-Exam Requirements equipment in detecting a large the unarmed Skywarrior during \
concentration of enemy trucking the reconnaissance flight. Dudek \
Educatonal Services Office t ." nonchalantly explained that SAMs ;
has scheduled six dates fort Despite intense anti aircraft aren't.too effective at 1,500 feet,
personnel in the clerical ratings::; _.ti. I fire and they demands of 'opwrcrating '" and then 'quipped,"If they were I J\Jr
who must complete 'typing performance the equipment, Dudek might not be here." .
tests to be eligible for ; provided the pilot with target
the February tests. Typing tests information which resulted in the Flew from ,Guam ', ,
will be given between 8 and 9 : \ destruction of >a large amount Dudek flew his 186 missions .';;
a.m. in Bldg. 955 on the following ; of enemy trucking, according to during two tours with VAP 61 '
dates: Nov. 6 and 20; the citation. while based at Guam. The last :t." J :.
Dec. 11 and 18i; and Jan 8 and Recalling the night of the flight tour lasted three years and his
15. Dudek said it was anearlymorning family was able to go to the Pad '

Military/Leadersliip exams r .. flight of the USS Enterprise> fie island with him. "It used \\
are mandatory for those who will -- (CVAN 65)) on Yankee Sta to bother me when we left Guam ,
compete for E-4 and E-5 pro- GMG2 Dudek stands tall tion in the gulf of Tonkin. to fly out to Yankee Station, but
motions. These tests are sche- receives medal from Admiral Stroh The slightly graying petty officer once your in the aircraft on a
duled at 8 a.m. Nov. 19, Dec. (Photo by PHAN D. Huron) who has 186 missions under mission, you and the other two
17 and Jan. 21. Personnel in his belt, said the briefing men aboard the Skywarrior are
pay grades E-2 and E-3 are called for flying at 1,500 feetat too busy to think about some
eligible to take the third class Training Unit Begins 300 knots. "At that height and thing happening," Dudek told Jax
military exam. altitude your a fat target," he Air News. ,
with the DistinguishedFlying
interjected. Along
1 Waiver Rules New Avionics Course Fire Picks Up Cross, Dudek has earn- ,,
ed 11 Air Medals for his'ser-
i Personnel who will be takingthe Dudek said he couldn't re vice as a crewmember in the '
The Fleet Airborne Elec- help alleviate critical skill needs
exam under a waiver will have member all the details of the reconnaissance jets.
until the day before their test tonics Training Unit, Detach- throughout fleet. flight, but explained that crews From Utica N. Y., Dudekis
ment Jax, has begun a new course The accelerated program is School
AO at
to complete all pre-test re- can often see anti I aircraft fire now assigned to
quirements. All others must provide basic avionics train- designed to give practical train- begin to pick up while the planes NATTC. He and his wife, Dona,
ing to young Navymen who will ing to non "A" school graduateswho three children cur -
satisfy requirements by Jan. are 40 miles out over the water. and their
will be assigned to avionics
15. E-8 and E-9 test takes maintenance duties after they "It would begin with light stuff, rently live in Jacksonville.STARTS .

must complete two required News BriefsDental leave here. "> ,ti "- .; f
training courses -- Navy Regulations :j< < fI'
and Military Justicein Program The new course will help fill critical AT, AE, AO and AQ ,
the Navy -- before takingthe .\
of for : i .Ii. .
Scheduling appointments ,
of .
demands .
rate operationalunits ... .
tests. "- ,
eligible children whose spon- because of losses ,
personnel .
r Recommendations for the sor's birth month Is Novem- within the fleet. "0.......:'W",:,... ... :
February tests must be :submitted ber will begin tomorrow under ", 1.. ei. ,1.
to the Educational Services the Dental Department's Preven- Men selected for the course .
Office by Nov. 20 in orderto tive Dentistry Program for report here following bootcamp
allow enough time to order children. leave. Students are picked onlyIf
I exams from the Examining Center Appointments may be made by they show a potential to learn
at Great Lakes, 111. and* .
the sponsor or 'spouse at Den the basics: of electricity
tal's appointment desk during electronics.The .
Eight Hiked t* E-3 normal working hours. At the here will run "
time of appointment, parents will program
.; Five sailors and three Wavesat be furnished necessary materialsand from seven to 11 weeks and allow
NAS Jaxhave been authorized instructions. No telephone students to report to their unitsin
E-3 off the Octo- half the those
promotions to appointments will be given.Bona- about one as
ber test administered by the fide dependents between six and who attend "A" schools.AN .
station o Educational Services Of- 23 are eligible and will receivean
l fice. Frederick J. Mitchell, a
oral health exam, an application -
Advancing to E-3 this month native of Franklin, Ind., was
of a substance to Inhibit
A. Earnest the first student to to
were Joseph Bryant, report
tooth decay, and oral hygiene demonstration -
i J. Freeman, Madison H. Freeman the new course. He Is one of
and lecture and
I Thomas L. Stoddard and 10 In the first class to start
dental health material. No
r "Waves Alberta A. lIardrick and the training. AU will go to a .
Sandra S. Lincicome.: X rays wll be given. fighter squadron at NAS Oceana. I .." -

: Others who will receive promotions Spot Bid Sale after completing the school. NEW SCHOOL -- AN Frederick J. Mitchell 20, of
from the exams a re Wave
Donna L. Caddis to seaman in The station's Disposal Division Future plans call for startinga Franklin, Ind., the first man to report to FAETULANT's accelerated -
. will hold a surplus checks maintenance log training
property avionics school,
November' and Robert J. Tuscan 20 man class through the
c .2 to airman in January. (Continued on Page 2)) course every three weeks. device. He graduated from bootcamp Oct. 3.

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I Editorial View Points .DIV I.n.e S er V I.C -e.s'


The Credit-ability GapIt's Edwards Chapel

SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m !
DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m. .
almost that time of year again, believe it or not. Exchange SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
Toyland's have opened, the stocks of Christmas cards are being CONFESSIONS - 5 p.m.-
put out, Christmas catalogs are available and soon the strains of 5:30, p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m. _
Christmas carols wiU be emanating from radios and store sound TUESDAY
systems. Single Young Catholic Organ-
Planning for the holiday season and Christmas giving will soon ization - 7:30 p.m. i

be occupying most everyone's minds -- and bank accounts. All
too often the contagious spirit of the holiday season and the desireto U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
make the season and the holiday a memorable one for familyand Luke's Chapel
friends cloud normal judgment and lead to financial disaster.
.. QMCS John D. Lyles was retired to the
PROTESTANT Fleet Reserve October $18 after completing 20 years active

t.asY t. SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m. duty service. Chief Lyles was accompanied by his wife Maryas
he was piped ashore. He was assigned to the Air Op -

I! :, G AEO t! f rr "PROTESTANTAll erations Department.

'! NO PAYMENT 'TIS f.: ; q Saints' Chapel
From the ChiefEditors

t Goon
1 r. CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m. ( Note -- This is the authority, neither will his men.
BJdg. #722 third article from the Master A leader must be considerate.
JUNIOR CHURCH - 10 a.m. Chief of the Navy) Sailors are human beings. They
Divine Worship Service10. As I have stated in previous will not be led by anyone who fro-
Bldg. #722 columns, there Is no set of rules gets that basic fact. Go more
Junior Youth Fellowship 6 p.m. which will make you a good leader. than half way in maintaining
Bldg. #722. There are, however, five friendly relations with your men.
WEDNESDAYSenior common principles of leadership When official business is con-
Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m. which are followed by effective cerned,. treat all men with the
Let's fact it, there are time payment plans available for almost Bldg. #722. leaders. These principles are same degree of consideration.When .
anything you would ever want to buy. Most of them are easy to THURSDAYJunior consistency, honesty, acceptanceof you have to speak sharplyto
get and they appear to be so safe it's easy to over-commit your Choir Rehearsal4p.m.. responsibility, considerationfor a man about his failure, make
financial resources without realizing it -- until it's too late. Bldg. #722. your men and exemplary sure he understands there are
have the much credit and Young Adult Club 7 .
Then you credit-ability gap too an p.m. bearing.By no personal feelings Involved.It
inability to meet your obligations. This not only can cause you a Bldg. #722.Christian consistency, I mean you Is the failure, not the man,
great deal of embarrassment, but, in some cases, could ruin your Science Service 7:30 can't be strict one time and the leader dislikes.A .
career, your home life and your future.If p.m. Bldg. #722.Traffic. easy going the next. Sudden leader's best tools are his
you're going to buy now and pay later, do It wisely and with changes in a leader's behavior word and his example. His word
moderation so you won't pay and pay and pay. undermine his men's confidencein transmits his commands and in-
r-------, him. This doesn't mean you structions. If his actions are
The Drama of Human LifeBy can't crack down, but it is how not suited to his words he will
J I you crack down that counts. fail. A good leader always strives -

Cdr. J.T. Dimino, CHC I Your men want to know the to Improve himself and his
truth about matters that affect unit. Start by selfimprovementin
"All the world's a stage and all the men and women are playerson them. That's honesty. Men dress and bearing.
it." Almighty God is a playwrite. He has written, directed and I Violations IThe \ need to know about their failures Men will copy a good leader.
produced the most spectacular play in history..The Drama of and successes. They can profit Set the example, especially in
Human Life. from ,criticism when properly times of stress. Leaders can't
For scenery He has given us the sun, stars, mountains, trees, and given. They will even accept get excited at trifles, nor can
streams. For sound effects we have the whistling of the wind, the following is a report of unpleasant truths when they they gripe publicly. Never dis-
crash of the sea, the rumble of thunder, the song of a bird, the motor vehicle accidents and know their leader has their welfare play confidence-destroying reaction -
sound of human voices. traffic violations for the period at heart. to any event.A .
The plot, full of laughter and tears, joy and tragedy, Is carefully October 15 through 21. The third principle is acceptance leader's job is to get orders -
carried out on the gigantic stage called the earth. Number of accidents of responsibility. No translated into action. To
To each person who has entered upon this stage of life God has command responsibility can be do this demand of
This Week . . .8 you must your
assigned a part, a role to play. Some are healthy; others are sick Total accidents tills through treated indifferently. If, by this men obedience, loyalty and respect -
and crippled. Some are wealthy and live in mansions of gold attitude, leader indicates hedosn't
; a for The lead-
Oct. 21 . . 313 authority.
others are stricken with poverty and spend their lives in shacks Number of accidents through think much of being in ers who are consistent, honest,
and huts. Some become kings and rulers or attain success in command, it is a sure bet that
October 1967 . . 305 responsible, considerate and who
business others their time in obscurity or are those under him will
; pass apparent not respond
Total number of days since last seta good example usually have
failures.As properly to his authority. If a the loyalty and obedienceof
in vehicle ,
injury a motor accident respect
In any Broadway production, the important thing is not what . . . ..4 leader doesn't accept his their man.
role a man plays, but how he plays it. The greatest actor, and Number of Violations

deserving of the most reward may well be the man who wears rags This Week . . 45 Reserves Practice
and the of the fool.
plays part Speeding . . .8
"Play well there all the honor lies. No matter what
your part;
Reckless Driving . 1
role in life, no matter what large or small, God has
your part ,,
Going through Sign 7
assigned to you, play it well. Do your job, as a serviceman, as Other Violations Stop. . .29 Killing Submarines :
the head of a family, to the best of your ability. drivers
Soon the play will be over for each of us and we shall, one by Twenty-four appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Board
one, walk off the stage of life. The stage money, the costumes Jax -- More than 100 of
at the meeting held on Oct. 24 personnel the aircraft crews qualified as"Alpha"
and make-up will be put aside and we shall walk Into the real from four naval
Disposition of the cases includedthe air stations crews. An Alpha crew
lifeof, eternity. following: seven lost drivingand converged on the Naval Air Re- is completely qualified for operations -
parking privileges aboard serve Training Unit last week- with regular Navy units.

station for various periods; ten end.Planes To attain Alpha status, all
were assigned to complete an and crews from theNa- crew members must meet requirements -
& /? ,f( eight-hour course in remedial val Air Station New Orleans, and for their Individual

NTiPi driving; nine received suspensions Naval Air Reserve Training Units positions.The .
q.. ; none were given warn- in Memphis{ Atlanta and Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve: parti-
ings; 15 were dismissed: ;3d were joined in a ReerveAn- cipants in many of these exer-
fined (U.S. COMMISSIONERand); -Submarine Warfare Exercise, cises annually from the East to
one was referred to his commanding (RESASWEX) off the Florida the West Coast and In the Gulf
officer for possible coast. NARTU Jacksonville of Mexico. This was just one of
disciplinary action. Twenty-four hosted the squadrons for the two- many programs usedbytheNavalAir
drivers were assessed 59 traffic day operation.A Reserve Training Commandto

points. friendly submarine operatedoff maintain the readiness of reserve .
JAX. AX Ft N E WS the coast during the missionand forces.
NEWS ... it was the
BRIEFS. objective of the
,, P2 weekend also found five of
(Continued from Page I) E patrol bomber, and its NARTU Jacksonville's 52 D
The JA\ AIR NEWS is a tii'ilfan enterprise Newspaper crew, to simulate a "kill", The Tracker anti submarine air-
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval! Air Maliort'. sale at 9 a.m. Monday. Located kill was made by first finding craft In similar exercises off the
Jacksonville. Florida by the Molt Publishing' COItI"allY' south of the Main Gate, Surplushas the submerged :sub,using various Florida
a private' firm All Copy submitted for use in t;, .\\ AHi invited military and civilian electronic equipment, and by Keys.
NEWS must be forwarded to the Pllblicffairs Off ice Box DoD personnel to participate. means of radio
2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00) noon on before
Monday pub Those under 21 and those people ing the vessel that
lication. Ncu'S items arc welcomed from, all sources Telephone it was in a
772 3118' or J JJ 9. working for orwithinthedisposal position to be destroyed.
program, their agents, employees Cdr. Chauncey Fahey, NARTU r
Advertisements are solicited' by the publisher and queries, or immediate members Jacksonville's patrol squadron
concerning' such should be directed' to: of their households are program manager, and project
not eligible. officer
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd for the exercise, -said he
Jacksonville. Fla. 32210 was extremely pleased with the .
Telephone 388 2755
Uniform Switch results of the training mission.
lie added that the success of
; the
Blues will become the
VOL. 26 NO. 32 OCTOBER 31, 1968 optional mission was attributed to teamwork -
uniform for
one month beginning the
crew", Jnd the maintenance
tomorrow Blues will become of the planes
mandatory Dec. 1.
During the REfiAS\vEX, m inv


II Nuclear Energy Holds Nation's Key to the Ocean 1': I

I By Joseph M. Dukert the "aquanaut" cannot even counton : ,."W..'
the energy of the sun; solar ..
.I .New York (NAPS) -- the A cells are useless in the cold dark- c\
nierican Atom is an aquatic ani ness of the ea.:
mal. And It's likely to stay Nuclear energy sources are c;; C .
that way for quite a while. compact, long lived and self -
With nuclear fueled gen contah d. They don't dependon
crating stations becoming almost the presence of oxygen, sunlight ; .
commonplace across the coun- or -- in certain cases -- .
tryside, it's hard to realize even on much human assistance.In .
that more than three out of every short, they are made. to order ;
four power reactors in operationto for the sub surface environ- ,( ,
date are still used in the ocean ment. "
rather than on land. The first nuclear powered .
The lopsided statistics are underwater research submarinea \A
based largely, of course, on the ( joint project of the Navy and
ever growing submarine fleetof the U. S. Atmoic Energy Com "
the tI.) S. Navy .. now about mission call NR -1)) was author-
70 strong and already author ized just two years ago and stillon :: : : : : E::
ized to grow beyond the 1QO the drawing board. It will .
mark. But the marriage of ocean-: be small in comparison to our
ology and nucleonics has been so 115 man missile-firingmili
fruitful that {peaceful atomic ap- tary subs; but its 60 foot length the degree to which it blocks or
plications of. all kinds are also will '''make it a relative giant. scatters the radiation.
apt to see as much sea duty as in its own class. More important, Radioactive tracer chemicalsand
shore service for several more it will be the fastest undersea "neutron activation
decades -- in numbers, at least, research vehicle ever usedi;conventional are also helping to plot > Oak Hill
if not in total power output. deep submergenceunits currents, measure
There are nuclear :systems,; now creep along at only one tent, date geological and Center
operating or under test now whichcan to four knots. And, most im logical specimens, and
carry out many important (portant of all, it will .be able to dissolved minerals. In 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
underwater jobs unattended., operate for weeks on end without nection with this final
Others are expected in time to surfacing and for years without interest ing that the U. S. 4)'s
support the life of large coloniesof refueling. Today the best of the derives 75%/ of its annual b pick up ft delivery
miners, fish farmers, explorers -' exploratory submersibles must supply and its ENTIRE
and scientists. Still measure their operating time in of magnesium from sea American & Foreign Cars
others are simply designed to hours. The oceans are a rich
keep individual human divers The nuclear reactor which deed. 103rd & Jammes Road
more comfortable as they move powers NR 1 will operate in Radioisotopes are also Jacksonville. Florida
about the in dark and chilly much the same way as those
(Continued Page )
depths. aboard military subs Heat gen-
Prying loose the ocean's richesis erated by the controlled fission of
no longer just a matter of uranium atoms turns very pure I I
speculation. Men have managednow water in a closed system into '
live the bottom of the 1. iI'
to on steam; part of this steam drivesa
sea for weeks at a time. They propulsion system which turns II'
are harvesting it everything the sub's propeller,while the rest
from data to diamonds. They II
turbo -
operates a generator
are also beginning to appreciateits system to produce electricityfor II
vast food potential, its full shipboard use. Oxygen for .- (:\
rule in international relations, the crew is provided by electro- I 'I l II
and its almost endless re .
lyzing sea water. '
sources of beauty and wonder. Atomic energy isn't limited to ..;. II a
Strangely, little has be .nwrit- reactors, however; and other L.1 I
ten about the degree to which forms' are already being used by
many of these recent,achieve oceanolO ist5. For example, I, 1.. ...... '"M I
ments and their logical extensions radiation from either "natural"or jt ..1I
will depend on nuclear "artificial" isotopes can be I 1L-w'- .
energy. Yet it's no exaggerationto detected readily and with pre- II
say that atomic reactors (and L7a
cision -- which makes them the
other applications of atomic energy basis of all sorts of sophisticated I

) are as basic to underseas measuring techniques. It's no ," I
exploitation[ as rockets are to interplanetary longer necessary to' dredge and! I \ I_ :
travel. haul up bottom-samples in orderto I II
"Inner space" poses several learn if a certain ,area may ,II
the same problems as "outer be suitable for sea floor struc-
space." There is no ready sourceof tures. A long, hollow dan con- II
oxygen -- eitlier for men to taining a. gamma gauge and a % .//f I .,
breathe or with which toburnor- tiny, movable sample of radio-
dinary fuels. Re.supply is diffi- ,active cesium is merely droppedon
cult, to say the least. Storage its nose into the bottom slit- 1
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I The Ocean and the AtomContinued : 4 =

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as self contained sources of used to be discarded as waste themselves without interruptingtheir
heat. Radiation is a form of products from nuclear,,reactions work long enought to returnto
spontaneous decay, and the sub- (strontium-90 and cesium137)are ) the Sealab base. r R,
atomic particles given off in the now prized as radioisotopepower A more flexible use, howeverand
process create heat through fric- sources because their ( one which Is only slightly
tion as they collide with other half-lives cover nearly three de more complicated), lies in thermoelectric ir
particles in the material itself or cades. And there's one artificial generators which
in the walls of a container. The isotope (plutonium-238)) which convert isotope heat directly into
amount of heat involved is small gives off plenty of heat (more electricity for various kinds of
compared with thejenergy of fission than 11 thermal watts to the jobs. One such system has already -
but it's sufficient to produce ounce) yet has a half-life of more operated an acoustic
temperatures of many hundreds than 85 years. beacon at the bottom of the
of degrees in a properly-designed The simplest application of Atlantic Ocean off Bermuda --
device. The great advantage isotopic heat to underseas workso at a depth of more than 15,000
(even over reactors) is that far is in a swimsuit warmedby feet -- for more than three
radioisotopes require no comp- a circulating liquid which years. Other designs have also
licated mechanical system to passes periodically through a proved effective; and hundreds of
make them work. They just sit heating capsule carried by the these RTG's (Radioisotopefueled -
there give off heat -- some diver himself. Such a heater Thermoelectric Generators)
times for many years without any has been tested within the past will undoubtedly be built in -
considerable drop in output. year, along with a radioisotopefueled various sizes and assigned to GETS EAGLE---Capt. J.B. Flock NAS Supply Dept., was pro-
Naturally, there is a limit to the life-support system which diverse tasks around the globe moted to his present rank Friday. Mrs. Flock and Capt. H.O. I
heat-supply of radioisotopes too. converts human fluid wastes into over the next decade. Cutler, CO of NAS pin on the new shoulder boards.
But this depends only on each potable water and which will There is no danger of the
specific isotope's "half-life" -- eventually be able to regenerate radiosotope fuel mixing with the ing more than half a billion dollars demonstrated which canbe start-
giving many of these materials a carbon dioxide and solid wastesas water. The containment in a a year from undersea gas ed and operated remotely; and an
substantial edge over batteries, well. The latter will be applicable typical strontium-90 generator is and oil reserves, and it has been ocean environment is advan-
combustible fuels or even the either to "inner" or sturdy enough to resist rammingor estimated that there is three tageous in providing an easy wayto
much-touted chemical "fuel outer" space blasting, as well as the cor- times as much oil-bearing rock remove excess heat. The designers -
cells." An independent isotope heater rosive effect of sea water. under the oceans as there is of SNAP-lOA, a ther-
The half-life of a radioisotopeis has also been used in the Navy's Undersea beacons need relatively under the exposed continents.The moelectric reactor powerplant
the period during which any Sealab experiments. Located ina little power -- some- same applies to many which has operated successfullyin
given amount loses exactly one- small substation some distance times only a minor fraction ofa minerals. Rich tin ore Is already an unmanned earth satellite,
half of its originally-measured from the main housing unit,it offers watt -- yet their reliability being extracted from sub- say that this very same system
energy. Some materials which divers a chance to warm life-long are crucial to future merged areas in Southeast Asia; would be four times as efficient
military and commercial exploi- Japan is mining off-shore iron- underwater.
tation of the seas. Triggered on sand; and an expedition to explore Nuclear submarines, equippedlike
command or emitting sound signals deposits of gold, platinumand NR-1 with mechanical armsto
pre-determined intervals, chromium off the coast of collect samples, will carryout
a vast network of such devices Oregon will began in the springof the mapping and prospecting;
h- VISITCLAUDE will help undersea traveler of 1968. Diamond gravel on the and non-military atomic sub-
the future to pinpoint their lo- ocean floor near South Africais marines are expected to make a
cations. RTG "pingers" will yielding five times as muchin profound change in our exploitation -
also be used to mark (and thus gems as comparable tonnage of the oceans' plant and
help to relocate) mineral deposits from nearby land mines; and it animal life as well as their
oil-well sites and sal- is know that the bottom of every mineral deposits. Fourfifthsof
vage objects once they have been ocean contains actual chunks of all living creatures on earth
discovered. ferromanganese, laced with have the sea as their habitat,
Sf e Other atomic beacons have significant amounts) of nickel,cobalt and by far the greater part of all
been designed to bypass the copper and zinc. Between terrestrial vegetation grows underwater -
OPEN MON THRU SAT; UNTIL 8 PM thermoelectric conversion,using one-fifth and one-half of the en- ; but we are still in the
the heat-expansion of water and tire deep-sea floor in the south- "hunter and berry-picker"stagein
other materials directly to pro- west Pacific is apparently utilizing this gigantic sourceof
PHONE EL 3-3922 duce recognizable sounds. But carpeted with} these ferromanganese food. _
RTG's are. almost equally nodules, which also bear Fast submersibles with: long;
simple, operating without moving substantial traces of such rare endurance will be able.to follow
parts and requiring no mainte- metals at titanium, vanadium fish and whales as they migrate,
nance for years at a stretch. zirconium.So learning enough about them to
Some scientific and com- long as mining and drilling maximize our annual catch -- or
I mercial jobs will take more for gas an oil is limited to shal- perhaps even to begin breedingand
power. RTG's of up to 60 electrical low off-sea areas, it will be possible herding "fishstock." With
watts each have already to continue operations from sea-farmers at nuclear bases
been put to work aboard a weather platforms like the famed "Texas having continuous access to
station in the Gulf of Mexico, Towers." But nuclear energy marine plants, there are also
You Can a lighthouse in the Chesapeake has paved the way at last for the excellent prospects for improving -
Bay, and an off-shore oil rig. kind of up-closeworkwbichhold the yield of edible ocean
M r a Units- of many hundreds of watts the key to long-range practicalityand crops by isolating and tendingthe
r Fly are apparentlyfeasibleandmuch; economic success. RTG'scan best strains. Algaeflavored -
higher bursts of power can be help with the preliminaries ice cream has been on the
Standby produced by storing the con- and the low-power follow-up;?; market in Japan for years; and
tinuous charge, for occasional ocean-bottom reactors will the step to seaweed brandy is
""tllIMr peak use. handle the heavier chores. probably a shorter one than you
... U.S. firms are already extra ct- Reactors have already been might suspect.Even .
the jaded layman of today -
ANYTIME! may gasp when he hears
SATURDAY, NOV. 9 8:30: P.M. some of the predictions advancedby
Half Fare
'. JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM atoms-in-the-ocean experts
or brought together by such a groupas
the Atomic Industrial Foruman -
Ys IN PERSON ON STAGE International association of

: 2/3 FARE MILITARY TIME "69"ltlOrOWN tists hard-headed, manufacturers engineers and,govern-scien-
RESERVED ment officials. Straight-faced
w .. YOUTH FARESEXCURSION REVIEW forecasts include submerged

c ., > FARES M STARRING cities to ease; the populaton explosion -
FAMILY PLAN .+ submarine barges plyinga
FARES worldwide trade, and discoveryof

hundreds of new lifeforms.We .
z know so little about marine
'' t; life (having studied only about
one percent of what oceanolo-
? Eix gists believe is down there) that
it's almost anybody's guess what
deep-prowling nuclearpowered -
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Civilians Give Blood IRD JobsMerit

promotion opportunities
currently open for receipt of

To Combined Account applicatons are listed below.
The area of con ideraton and
closing date of each are shown.
Jax--More than 100 station Rework Facility and 33 station MPB No. 72-67 Plan D -grade
civilians responded to the recent employees volunteered to give. levels GS-4 and below, MPB
call for contributions the Navy- NARF employees who donated No. 79-67 Plan C .- all semi-
Civil Service Blood Account. were O.L. Henry, N.R. Roland level
skilled positions pay seven
Although a request was made W.E. Johnson, J.D. Richardson, and below and MPB No. 83-67
for 75 donors, 110'' Naval AirSfit. K.R Douglas, S.P. Toland, G.R. Plank all skilled positions paylevel1"
Luke, C.B. Peeples, P.E. Wisul, ; eight and above. Area of
PapufussTi.d W. Crews, G.A. White,AJ.Pink, consideration: NAS, NARF,
Gardner,J.R. Morgan,V.R.Olm-
LANT Naval Hospital, Navy
Expert stead, W.B. Medlin, J.G. Cooke, 5 P, Commissary Stores, Navy Re-
C.E. Engle, J.C. McMillion,L.A.
Station, ector
Lyons, WJ. Robinson, S.M.Cro- cruiting
Control Tick Center and Resident
well, B.L. Vincent, G.L. Seaton
and M. Aldridge. Storage Office, Jacksonville.Ap-
Jax--Staff Sergeant William F. Also N.F. Blasioli,Guarino, plications for these positions will

Papenfuss of the 679th Air Force J.G. Fisher, DJ. Putney J.B. -......, -..... ---- e be accepted at any time. A
Radar Squadron received certification HeatonW.A. Sadowski, C.B. Pit- separate applic.ationmustbefiled
as one of the few Aero- ney, HJ. Eldridge, W.G.Wiggin- VIETNAM MEDAL--Mrs. Nancy Engberg, a civilian worker at the for each position in which in-

space Defense Command's Expert 'ton, N.W. Ohlsson, W.E. Bynum, Naval Hospital, has been awarded the Vietnam Civilian Service terested.
Intercept Control Tech J.T. Barge,E.C.Strickland,W.A. Medal for her Vietnam Service from Sept. 21, 1966 to Sept. 23, MPB No. 164-68 Accountant,
nicians recently.Lt. Shannon, J.A. PavlickJ.A.Johnston 1967. The medal Is awarded by the Navy and Department of De- GS-7. Area of consideration:
Col. Francis B. Murphy, M.E. Montgomery, J.C. fense to civilian workers who have completed 365 days of Viet- Nationwide. Applications will
commander of 679th, presentedthe Peebles, J.S. Weisenford, Jr., nam service. Mrs. Engberg, the wife of retired Army Lt. Col. be accepted through the close of
certificate to Sergeant Papen: C.M. D.L.Thomas E.D. business today.
Johnson, ,
for 13 ,
Robert W. has worked for the federal government years
fuss as culmination of over two Dunn Jr., J.L. Anderson, A.A. MPB No. 165-68 General En-
years of work. Qualifications for Axelson, H.B. Highsmith, G.R the past* six of which has been at the hospital. gineer, GS-11. Area of con-

expen technician included two Burch, H.P. Sheppell, C.S. Reed, sideration: Nationwide. Applications -
years duty as .an ICT, a 90 per A. Breda, R.G. Crane, H.L. King will be accepted throughthe
cent score on both a proficiency Jr., C.W. Smith, T.B. Osteen, Commission Approves close of business Nov. 25.!)
evaluation and a written R.F. Fallenda, S.C. Miller and All applicants must be career-
examination.,I J.W. Seibert. conditional or career employeesof
Capt. Robert W. Hess, First Other NARF contributors included Merit Promotion PlanMore the federal government. Application -
Air Force Tactical Evaluation C.C. Anderson,G.B.f.1n- forms 171 or 57 for
Team member,who administeredthe gum, W.A. Davis, EJ. Chester these positions should be filed
testing said "Sergeant Pap- Jr., W.F. Merrey, E.L. Wester- than two million federal Selected from among the with IRD, Box 22, NAS Jackson-
welle, B.A.Conklin,F.E.Adding- employees will have better opportunities best qualified. ville, Fla., 32212.
ton, D.D. Field, D.L. Leek, R.G. to be considered for Eliminating all forms of For further information regarding -
Sparks, M.O. McNally, C.P. advancement and government will discrimination or personal fav these positions, see the
Crough, H.C. Church, G.A. have greater assurance that the oritism.Keeping copies of the bulletins or announcements -
Willis R.E. Wilson, AJ. best qualified workers are selec- employees well informed or call extension
' :
Spinks, ,J.E. Duncan, E. Austin policy approved by the Civil Ser- their own promotion oppor- Branch, IRD, NAS. :
1'.h tvt i and J.K. Becker. vice Commission.The tunities.

Employees of the Public Works new government wide Federal agencies will have to OceanContinued
Department who contributed were policy is designed to assure equitable bring their promotion programsinto

R.G. Goodwin, W.C. Hollings- consideration of qualified conformity with the new .( from Page 4))
worth Jr., H. Hudson, J.E. Carter employees and selection of the policy as soon as possible.The .
J.C. Kudlo, T.L. Tyson, most able and to strengthen first stage of implemen- macologlsts hope to find ad-
H.W., Matthews, G.S. EdwardsJr. employee confidence in the fair- tation the revision of toplevel ditonal valuable drugs like te-
I ., D.S. Vann, F.E. Selby Jr. ness of promotion procedures in policies ,and the issuance of gov- trodots in (a pain-killer,secret-

t t _........ .._w_"" ....'_.....,.._,. and P.A. Wright. federal agencies. The policy s erning instructions to installa- ed by puffer fish) or ectyoninan
Donors from die Supply Department adopted by the Civil Service Com- tions throughout the country and ( extract of the red-beard
Sgt. Papenfuss mission after consideration of the which acts against cer-
included S.M. ,Cul- overseas -. must be ompletedby sponge
enfuss showed a great deal of pepper, A.L. Daymude,B.B. Wil- views of employee' organizations, Jan. 1, 1969. The second tain bacteria impervious to
preparation and:: 'demonstrated liams, S.G. Stevens, R.B. King, federal agencies and Federal Executive stage the revision of all,spe- penicillin). But the casual visi-
excellence in knowledge and abi C.H. Burns, W.B. Lockett, J.11. Boards in 10 cities.It cific promotion plans and detailed tor to Marineland would probablybe
lity." Cutcllffe, C.R. McGee: and J.E. places emphasis': procedures must be comp- satisfied if they brought backa
The 679th Radar Squadron is a Ellison. Giving all employees the leted by July 1, 1969. This sea-serpent (There could be
unit of Aerospace Defense Com Bruce Murray and J.I. Bellin- diance to receive full consideration schedule will provide time for some cousins of the giant squid
mand and controls F 102 In- ger, Industrial Relations Depart- for promotion. agencies to make extensive revisions which occasionally tangle with
tercepters of the Florida Air Na- ment, also donated to the pro- Using the most effective necessary in their pre- deep-diving whales.)
tional Guard. gram. rating methods to Identify highly sent promotion programs and to Nuclear energy may even
Y qualified candidates for promo- consult with employee organ modify portions of the sea it-
tion, with use of written tests only zations prior to issuance of revised self. If. arrangements can be
when approved by the.Civil Ser- instructions and pro- made under the current test-ban

vice Commission. motion plans. treaty, peaceful atomic explosive
r could create new harbors and
) ,
open or close channels. And
-NAS Sweetheart conceptual designs already exist
.., for
IR paG ,a powerful nuclear reactor
which ,would heat the bottom-
.:;' -. .... waters of fish-poor areas -
1< creating artificial upswellings to
','<;, ...\ carry nutrients upward and liter-
ally fertilize the place for miles
"i'.,: [j ; iE1e !' around. :

't. < These are still only ideas -
'; ." '; t.''''.1" but no more fanciful perhaps,
..!iJit. ; '1 l ( :t '.!: 1 .. ,' '.. '? than those of the rocket engi-

AIR FORCE DISPLAY -- The latest addition to the U. S. Air w : w neers in the 1940's who talked
soberly about
Force's counter insurgency capability, the A 37 subsonicjet launching man-
satellites and traveling to
and its pilot trainer cousin, the T 37, will be on displayat themoon.The .

the Regency Square Shopping Center Nov. 6 to 9. The ex I f L fact is that nuclear energyis
hibit will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. already playing a crucial role

+ in expandng our knowledge of and
I use of the waters which cover
I Mr $k more than 70 percent of our own
,.;'<' planet. And the ability of modern -
.t.j .
To Help You Achieve .'."( y American men-of-war to
;\,, ": & extend and conceal our national
Your Particular Investment Goals :' '. ?, : missile deterrent Improves the
PutT ,.; Yr.... N1' ado
)' \' chances of continuing that peace-
..s.. & McKiinei's ';I'. \..'It'.?.'.;..' ful exploration.
\ Nobody yet has given a authoritative -
Thoroughly Professional ApproachTo <, ; answer to the question:
Work For You ,' : "Who owns the bottom of the
', .,:'t But whatever the ans-
Additional InformationCall f { 4 4, wer may turn out to be, it's cer-
William/// Hamaker, Account Executive "'.''. Z tain that the peaceful atom will
have a dominant role to play In
Thomson & McKiMOH .l' the conquest of "inner space."

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Pace 8 AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER ...... ,-.

-VP Red Darters Host 1T-T: : I I.r

, West German CrewJax .

-- Patrol Squadron Forty use by several NATO countriesto
Five played host to a visiting replace aging U.S. built Nep- c 4
West German Anti-Submarine tunes. France and the Netherlands r
Warfare crew which recently in addition to West Ger-
visited NAS Jacksonville for a many, currently fly the aircraft
four-day indoctrination trip. whose designs and constructionwas
a effort, involving seven -
Cdr. W.H. Saunders, VP-45
aviation companies in different -
commanding officer, greeted the NATO countries.
German aviators they taxiedto
During their stay in Jacksonville -
the Red Darter area at
the Germans toured the
4 p.m., Oct. 22. Lt. R. Wie-
new Fleet Air Wing
mer commanded the visiting crew
the VP
Hanger Complexand
of officers, quarters
which consisted eight
made a trip to Marineland
10 enlisted crewmen and two weather x
enjoying Jacksonville
passengers. which felt warm compared to

Based at Nordholtz Germanynear their .home base on the North A .. .w ..
Hamburg, the visiting ASW ni..._ __ t --- --- w.

crew arrived in one of their Sea.At 8:30 a.m. Friday the Ger- Olive and Captain Nix of the NAS Fire Department demonstrate the
FIRE SAFETY -- Captain
squadron's Br 1150 "Atlantic" man crew departed on the return
methods of fire with the aid of a volunteer employee.
patrol aircraft. The "Atlantic, flight slated to include a stop at
which first saw operational ser- Lajes Air Force Base in the
vice in 1966 was designed for Azores.

:. ;;: I NATTC : Behind The Scene ,

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w.1""" oW : fire in the event one five minutes of a fire are the
AE2 Leo M. Nau was honored bating a
.. The fire prevention most important to firemen. If
Sunday by the Jacksonville Council occurs.
<<<:,<; -<',''" ,. '. Navy League, as an "Out- meeting was held Oct. 24 for notificaton of a fire is received : -
standing Navyman," in connection civilian personnel as part of their. within this time there is a
.S"L: with Navy Day. Petty Officer required training. good chance of extinguishing the
Nau was presented a certificate The fire inspection officers fire before it gets out on con-
.. at the Protestant Chapel demonstrated the various chemicals trol. They further stressed; that
located aboard the station,duringthe : and different types of extinguishers : people should be familiar with the
r r "Navy Sabbath Weekend" used to put out a location of a fire extinguisher
services. fire. Some of the civilian personnel and the nearest fire alarm box.

--_..,.. \ actively took part In the The fire department's telephone
':""" "'..:c', _, _I Naval Air Station 'FIre De- fire fighting orientation by extinguishing number should always be readily
partment Officers, Captain fires which had pur- available.
Mason Olive and Captain Carrol posely been set for the demon- ,\
. !
Nix, lectured on the causes of stration. ,
fire fire prevention and the Captain Olive and Captain Nix
proper procedures for com- stressed the fact that the first Graduation ceremonies were
held Friday in front of King Hall

..... ., -_ .-.. for 10 leadership students. After
NATTC Instructor Competes presenting\ the graduation address -
VISITING GERMANS -- The West German ASW Crew which Capt. R.P. Kline com-
visited Patrol Squadron Forty Five ,last week prepares for manding officer congratulatedthe

, their return trip to Nordholtz. For Schoolmaster of Year graduates and presented. them
with their diplomas.. (
BM3; Lowell C. Booth was the
Memphis---Seven Navy and bers of the Memphis and Milling- honorman with a 91.77 average.
Marine Corps semi-finalists ton educational systems, mem- Class average was 87.24.
from wide-spread Naval Air bers of the Navy League and Petty Officer Booth was the
Technical Training Commands three senior officers from.Navy company commander and AE3:

',. wll vie for the "Schoolmasterof Memphis. Each of the finalists Gary J. Bliss was platoon com-
",; the Year" title at Navy will receive an engraved silver mander.
Memphis today and tomorrow. tray from the Memphis{ Navy * *
Among the semi-finalists is League after the lundteon.f The Naval Air Technical
Marine Sgt. James H. Johnson Training Center Officer's Wives
presently assigned as in instructor Club asked that personnel be reminded -
at NATTC Jackson- of the Halloween Bake
ville. lie first enlisted in the Sale today. Proceeds from the
Marine Corps in early 196J: and sale, which will be held in frontof
is a native of Macon Ga. the NATTC Exchange, will
i The competition cosponsoredby f go into the club's diarity fund.
the, Memphis{ Council of the
Navy League and the Chief of usnt oeo....o..
Naval Air Technical Training,
is designed to enhance moral THEI1I1
among instructors and stimulate
continued improvement in teach-

techniques.A panel of judges will select c c PI
three finalists in preliminary
competition today in the
Memphis Naval Air Station's }
N-24 Panel Room. These fina- 1' ,.... --. -a Suburban
lists will compete for the top Sgt., J. H. JohnsonThe Orange Park
honor tomorrow at the Holiday winner of the School Mas-

: Inn Rivermont. ter competition will be awardedthe Come and learn
see us
Judges for the finals will be "Schoolmaster of the Year" how a modern garden
selected from recognized memsnrnoosnn- trophy. apartment can provide luxury -
? ...n.....(; a a.n living at a modest
-0 cost;. $170.00 per month
B ET I for a 2-bedroom unit Includes *

_NATIONAL BANK OF JCACKSONVZXJLK_ r r\ S ;:" } CAR WAs the following ALL' :'utilities and




Monday Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. .- 3:00 p.m. '3 WITH/ FILL UP OF GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL' ? COMPLETE FACILITIES LAUNDRY'
Friday' : 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. I AIR CONDITIONINGWALL
NAS Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICE o Support the 0 fr DRAPES

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Monday Friday: 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
Military Pay Days ):OO a.m. 3:00 p.m.
i i in4llll io 221 Old Orange Park Rd.
Located in Roosevelt MoShopping// Center Phone 264-4263

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October 31. 1968

./ MoviesMovies
.. Club ,
k ..irfP
will be shown nightlyat SchedulesACEY
the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m.
There will also be a Kiddie matinee AI -
at 2 p.m. Saturday and a regular -
feature at 2 p.m., Sundayand DUCEY Thursday Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville, .
holidays. The Hospital Friday [is Buffet from 11:30 Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. !
Theater will have one nightly a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and Sunday 4 Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field to 9 p.m. All you can eat for publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
$1.25. be received WITH the copy for the ad.
will have two nightly hows during Join us for the Hal -
the week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. loween Costume Ball tonightand
Matinees will be shown on weekends swing to the music of the Do Not Seri Cifc
at 2 and :5) p.m. Crypt. Under the spotlight Fri-
Ratings: A--Adults GA-Ge- day will be Mark Cattle.:: The Rite: Minimum chirgo ((3 111.5))
; 2.00
neral Audience: M--Mature Five Clubs will be on stage Sun- . . e .

Youths; ,Superior EExcellent day. Mel Gaden and the Lazy
; VG-.-Very Good; ; G--Good; Rhythm Gal will be on stage Per 1 ltl'IIIIII' ((4 words per line). . . 0.50

F--Falr; CNA.--Class Not Avail- Sunday.

NAS: "SGT. RYKER" Party and prizes will be given Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. With) radio, take up payments on Excl. Residential area inOrtega.
Lee Marvin. Color Drama. GA/ away for costumes. Phil Cay Terms. Call Owner 387-7379. beautiful stereo like new.4-speed Officers, Call 3872889.
VG ((94)) and the Chantels plus the llipps FOR RENT OR FOR SALE record changer. Balance due$68.
HOSPITAL: "A MATTER OF Girls will provide the beat. A Houses &, Apts. Equity VA & Or $8 per month. Phone 353- THANK YOU
INNOCENCE" starring Hayley special added attraction will be FHA resales $50> & $100 dwn. 1946 anytime. Ask for Credit Jacksonville NAS and Cecil Field
Mills and Trevor Howard. Color Dee Clark. Admission will be Call Powell or Mills USN Manager. Will deliver no obli- for the tremendous response you
Drama. A-M/VG (110)). $.25. Tomorrow Phil Cay and Ret. 264 -' 2411 Orange Park gation. A-l Music Center 1606 gave me. So, here's what I'm
C. FIELD: "DAYTON'S DE- the Hipps Girls return. Satur- Realty. Military-Free Notary. Main St. Jacksonville.FOR going to do for you. This week-
VILS" Starring Calhoun. day the Chesterfield Moon will end a brand new Early
(CNA) ((109)): be on stage from 2 to 6 p.m., IJNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT RENT 2 BR. APT. FURN. American 2 BR. 12 wide only
followed by Phil Cay at 9 p.m. 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath Orange Park. Will rent to TAD $375 down: a brand new 2 BR
FRIDAY Nov. I Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m., the Bungalow w/stove&refrig. Furn. Personnel or Bachelors. 264 Modern front and rear only$350
NAS: "LOST CONTINENT" Standard Productions will pro- Dining Rm., Garage & Space 6884. down; a brand new 12 x 60
starring Eric Porter. Color vide the muiic:: and the Crystal Heater. $90 Mo. EV 85545. 2 BR front kitchen $395 down I

Science Fiction. A-M/VG ((97)) Cathedrals will be the music WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1 See Cowboy Bill Barrington,
HOSPITAL: "SGT. RYKER" makers from 8 p.m. until mid NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of Ctr Mile no. of NAS. Clean BONANZA MOBILE HOMES,
C. FIELD: "HELLS ANGELSON night. Monday, a special at- Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. modern trailers & Apts. 380- 5318 Phillips Hwy phone 359-
traction the nine piece back 26641! Look for Bo the
up Big ,
WHEELS" starring Adam Apts. Newly painted 2BR LR, 3007.
the Drifters
RoarKe and JackNkl Cycle Drama. A-M/G ((109) thers music. will provide the dance Water Sewage & Garbage incld. FOR RENT 2 BR APT. A/C
Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call Furn. Orange Park. Will rent to 4 LARGE LOTS FOR TRAILERS
SATURDAY MATINEE 387-2541, nites or weekends Call TAD Personnel or Bachelors 108' x 140', water, electricity,
NAS: "GUN FIGHT IN ABI CPO CLUB -- Tomorrowthe 389-0744. T. V., Utensils Elec. Blankets sewage, fenced, seeded. No pay-
LENE" starring Bobby Darin. Clubs will provide the music optional 264 6884.Unclaimed mts. til Jan. 8 mi. NAS Jax.
Color Western. Also, "SEA and Saturday evening, enjoy the SINGER FOR $25' Mail Rt. &. school bus stop.
HOUND" Chapter 3. ((101)C. ) beat of the Dixie Swing Billies. Sewing Machine left In storage. Layaway Immediate possession. Low Mo.
Paymts. Dotty Chrlstoffersen.
FIELD "RELUCTANT Good condition. Does everything,
ATTENTION WAITING WIVES complete with attachments. 264-5140
CNA starring Don Knotts. An, Overseas Officers' Wives': Yours for storage charge $25. Twin needle ZIg Zag sewing ma-
Group for the Jacksonville area each. Ca11353-1946. Will deliver, chine. Makes buttonholes, fancy FURN. APT. NR. NAS & CECIL
SATURDAY Nov. 2 is being organized. This group No obligation.! WAREHOUSE designs, blind hems. Paybal.$25cash 2 BR., Swim Pool. $70. 771-
will 1606 MAIN ST.DARDEN or $5 mo. Dealer. Free 0348.
NAS: "CARPETBAGGERS"starring ; include officers' wives ,of home trial 771-9106 anytime.
any branch of the service whose
George and
Peppard '
Carol Baker. Color Drama. husbands are in Vietnam or on MOBILE HOME ,
MIDDLEBURG AREA Colorful 14' BANTAM Sailboat '
.A/Ex.(150)( ). .. other unaccompanied tours.; If. Subdivision- ,.9416 Crystal SpringsRd. Big Branch Rd., 5 acres 10 &. Trailer, excellent buy. Phone +
are call:387270.Plan .
HOSPITAL: "LOST CONTI- you ., 781 :; 127. "Close to Cecil acres & larger. Terms. Ph. 354-5400:> -
for the first
NENT"C. social event Field 85x91' Lg. Lots water, 282-5272 or 2825224.:>
,FIELD: "A MATTER OF in early November. ,paved roads patio 1966 MUSTANG y

SUNDAY, Nov. 3 Recond., & Guaranteed Westside A-T, Radio. 768-3583) after')pm.
OPEN SUNDAY Surplus Products. 5407 Wes-
starring Gig Young and Carol Pictures taken. Best deal round.
Lynley.] Color I lorror.A/G((108)) FURNISHED APT. :3941 Boone 264-2140

HOSPITAL: "CARPEmAGGERS" Park 4 Rm. Upper. Q>nv. NAS

$70. EV7 3356> after 6 p.m. FOR SALE MOBILE HOME .
C. FIELD: "SGT. RYKER"MONDAY 60 x 12, 3 Br., Sml Bal., Pymts..
Nov. 4 SINGER 69.8:1: per mo. 781-3028

W. g... them the VW 16 point Safety and P.rfonn.ne. In.p.ct- GOLDEN SEW
NAS: "THE SWIMMER" starring lon. Then w. tuned up. ttht.n.d nd r.pUc.d everything that USED AS A DEMONSTRATORONLY. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE
Burt Lancaster; and Janice n..all d.d major It. And mechanical KU.r.nt..d parts them* 1007.for 30 for days the or repair 1000 or mil.replacementof .. Come Like new,4'dr.desk.Does Over 50:) Used Trailers. 8,10
Rule. Color Drama. AM/VG on In and double check all this wltinoutattadtmentsBut- 12 wides. Phone 398-1126. Mr. :
(J02)) ENGINE TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT SYSTEM AXLE tonholes, fancy design, blind Alderman. 4118 Philips Ilfway.
',- *I IQoPlTAL: '*M TTEKED hems overcasts winds bobbin
ROOM"C.' EVERY CAR STATE INSPECTED through needle. Bal. $41 or$5.20mo. :> FOR SALE
;. FIELD: "LOST CONTI- Free home trials. 771-8211 1964 Chevy Imp. SS. Conv. V-8.
63 VW Sedan . . . . $895 Dealer. Red. R&1I. PS. $995 or best of-

NENT"TUESDAY.:.; Nov. 5 64 VW Sedan. . . . . $900 fer. Contact Webber Day 772-
NAS: "ANZIO" starring Robert 2947 Home 384-3733: 7
Mitchum. Color Combat 65 VW Sedan, . . . $1195 HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWN -' ..
ER. Excel. Cond., 4 BR, 2 B,
Drama. AM/VG (125)) 66 VW Sedan, . -:.. .:, . $1390 Central A/C & Heat Redwood FOR SALE BY OWNER
HOSPITAL: uTilE SWIMMER"t :3 J Br., 2 Bath brick home, with
C. FIELD; "CARPETBAG. 67 VW Sedan. . . . . $1650 Fence. Rolling Hills area. 781- garage. Central heat and air
"' 1" 3680 anytime.
t ERS' 66 VW.Dlx. Sta. Wag. . . . $1795 conditioning. Ph: 264-4364. /
Nov< ; .
.. NAS: "DIRTY DOZEN" staring 67 VW Karman Cpe .' . *. '; .' '. $1900 1968 YAMAHA 350: CC ia50) f.

gnin c.Lee Marvin Color and Drama.Ernest A-M/S Bor- 66 VW Squareback. .:. . ',; .' $1650 Mi.744$750.- 2766.WritsYtvrOwn Must. Sell. 725 1297or Cobia I 20 BOAT ft., with FOR 1968 SALE Evinrude

((149)) 66 VW Fastback. :; '. $1495 'n .o.rt.oo ntaaaoa. 100 HP, 1968 Gator tandem trail-
er. windshield new
66 VW Fastback, Air Cond.-.-. .' .' . $1790 convertible. top, 48 gal. gas ca-

Fastback. . . $1795 pacity* Equipped and ready for
67 VW '
-fcv! ; offshore or in-shor fishing with

67 VW Fastback, Air Cond : :" . $2150 W ill Ad New 60--watt Raytheon Radio,rod
'Il nanas holders and ex-
compass many
68 VW Camper Pop Top. . '0' .$2700 3 Lines Only $2.00 tras. Just like a new rig You
( } / 67 MUST G.2 Door Hardtop . . $1950 Additional Lines 50( save $2,0001 Phone Hanson
# ) ; .C'0..0..0.....04III 781-5511 days or 388-9428
66 PLYM. Fury 11.4 Dr. Extra Clean.;'Air, Condo $1850 era nights.

San Juan at Niblick 66 PLYM. Fury III 2 Dr. Hardtop . . $1850 3 BR. HOUSE FOR RENT

Phone 384 4406 66 G.M.C. y> Ton pick UP . . . $1550 UJ um., large yard 7976 Park
City Drive. 7710804.
I I. 2, fr 3 Bedrooms
Garden Type Apartmentswith OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
Country' ( 'luh LICENSED DAY NURSERY *
Atmosphere Hyde Park area ages 2 6;
. .Kitchens equipped with d-C i WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN I DIAL TOM CAVINESSI! balanced meals, individual atten-
Ranges (, Kcfrfqerutors If you would like to become a tion. Ph. :388-7787. .'
.'Individual, Mr (ondnloninq DISC JOCKEYNEWSCASTER ,
and Ucatinn( hv C.c; INC. orANNOUNCER

el lrnprs) furnished GARAGE SALE NOV. 1 & 2 .
\nail\ to \Wail\ ( arpefrt( and '
e"or/u'l / Siiimminq Pool' 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781.5511'0P8 Tom A recorded Caviness message tells you by how. Noon to 6, furniture clothes,

to 8 Doily Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l 1 PM to 6 PM Phone 355-4834 toys 4224 Oristano stove refrig.- Venetla.I much. more.


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10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER October 31,-1968

Pilots from the Seventh Fleet complete damage assessment, highway bridge 23 miles ((37 km) intricate railroad. trestlebridgesthat
Cecil! Pilots carriers America, Intrepid and but at least:: 12 cargo bargesand south of Vin!,. "It was up whenwe cross a deep canyon," said
Coral Sea -- many from Squad- six trucks were destroyedor went in there," he recalled. Cdr.'E. Ilawley Brooks Jr., 38,
rons home-based at. Cecil -. damaged. "We had to go around a cloudto also of Jacksonville "My wingman -
Chivvy For again concentrated on the enemy Bridges on the many panhandle get in, but we made that run saw one of his bombs hit
supply movement south throughthe roads also were targets for car- count." directly on the bridge, and two
panhandle yesterday !in 45 rier pilots. Lt. Cdr. John E. A truss-type bridge 47 miles more on the approach."
II North Sovfh missions against: highway: and Craig, Jr., 37, of Jacksonville, ((75 km) north of Doiift tloi was America-based aviators dam-
river traffic. Heavy cloud cover Fla., was with one flight of Intrepid attacked by A4 Skyhawks from
and thunderstorms prevented aircraft that destroyed a the Intrepid. "It looked like the (Continued on Page i 11)I)
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E Roar., Whine--45 ,Bears Up. I Cecil Salutes Civilians I

By Ens. EJ. Seaborg
AN R.L. Baron
Does the roar of jet engines
: __ __ disturb them? No I Does the
___ incessant chatter of pneumatic
t ;4' wrenches and the whine of paint H INDUSTRIAL
----ii guns drive them from their desks
No! Does the ringing of the clos-
4JUST ing hangar door cause them to L
mistype a speedletter! No I
Despite all these distractions,
the valiant men of VA45 Maintenance
Admin, and Quality
Assurance ontinue their daily
"WJJ. I work on the deck of Hangar 67, t
after being turned out of their
office spaces by laborers from
Public Works.

/ Sudden unsuppressible desireto ,
replace the linoleum flooringin
the Maintenance Departmentwas ;ab

the reason for the displacement _

IGNORE IT. .But It's not about to go away. VA 45 foot desks spaces.moved Gonfuscion through five six-- Vl INOLJSr
"r.LA TI
Maintenance, Admin and Quality Control typewriter coxswain
foot doors, filing cabinets car- V r.RTt(
carry stoutly on dispite hangar din and looming jet aircraftas ried outside, and typewriters -
a tile laying; crew displaces them from office spaces. moved two at a time out onto ... Jo'v ,
It's temporary, though, and soon their walls will be more conventional the hangar deck ,were the re- x V 0, A Dy !;r
than the TV 4F now serving that function. sults. Slightly mashed fingersand i0.L ...
toes failed to the enthusiastic .":;r"t;

., "Blackbirds" as they glee-
''ou GVJI: :idirk':r ';u".1"Jix'r.Yr.1G''rrxraS.Srrsw'ir'rr: :: ::: : llJ liwrti::;
fully cleared the Maintenance

:::: ................. ..... .... ...... ..........: ""..x<< .. oo/w..... spaces.But work must continue! Aline _
:. ::i. :::;:::;:::::::. was run for the electric typewriter -
::'.M: AIR CONDITIONERS ::::::: : (which every fourth person US1F
*111t NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES : 1 1 who passed by both officer and IRS
t:::t1 NEW & USED TV SETS :::1:1:::1 1lWiJ enlisted -- stopped to play with ltl PaR (
; NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES m\\\\ and examine) Quality Assurance -- .-._)- ."
fi: #J NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS m:' personnel bent again over their AWARD WINNERS. .Last week's awards presentation of CIvil
: desks, bracing against the brisk Servants netted more categories than the Afterburner had
j1j j
:;:tff::t1. Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms :::::::1 : wind that came through open han room for then. Here are the rest, in order of appearance, with
'=:1i Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come In & Browse 1::::::::1: gar doors. And in truth, thedivision's Commander D. C. Douglas, Cecil XO:
ten desks, nestled securely -
5326 WtscoiMtt 103rd beneath the wings of thesquadron's
it 771-0750 TA 4F's becameat (Top Photo) 5 ,- Cecilites
... '' .", year. : Dorothy Smetze and Wilson L.
t once a place of work Knutsen.

(Second Photo) 10 Cecilites left
year to right, Elgin Bar-
nes, Robert Brown, Margaret C. Smith, Clifton Gilbert and
A new shaver Laurie Sweeting.

(Third Photo) 20 year Federal Service employees, left to

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Last week IM Sports were cap- VA 44 and Weapons and the

italized Football Tournament.by the COMFAIRJAX The event winner Marines.will then face the Cecil Hellrazors 3rd At COMFAIRJAX'

was a double elimination tourna-
ment and following in capsule :
form are .the results. Tennis is completed with VA- One-Pt.Heartbreaker
Monday, VP 30 downedVA 45 first, VA 831 second and Following
83 VA 174 beat VP- the. now deployed VA 37 third. .
16, VA 44 won over VA- Squash also recently finishedup
45' and VAP 62 defeated with VA '- 174 first, VA- The VA 174 Hellrazors fin- vided a 2 point conversion. third series the Hellrazors scored -
FAETU Tuesday VA-174blanked 45 second, and VA 37 third. ished third in the COMFAIRJAX Wednesday afternoon VA 174 a penetration but it was nul-
VP 30, VAP 62 downedVA Coming up is basketball. The Football Tournament which was went up against VAP 62, how- lkied by a penalty. VP-16 could
44, VP 16 won over coaches will meet at 11 a.m. held last week at NAS Jackson- ever, the strong passing game of not move the ball but the pen-
VA 83, and FAETU beat Nov. 4 and the first game will ville. VAP 62 proved to be too much alty gave them a penetration and
VA 45. At this point in the be Nov. 11. There will be three The winner was VAP-62, with for the Hellrazors and they lost the victory by the score of 1 to
tourney, VA 83 and VA 45 games per evening and officialsare VP-16 taking second in the their first tournament game 0. .
of Cecil had lost two games and badly needed. Defending five day double elimination 22 to 8.Friday. -r ,
were out of the contest. The champs of last season are VA tournament.In the Hellrazors went Washington State
following day VA174 lost their 44 and will be the 'team to beat'. the first game last Mon- into the semi finals againstVP Voting ChangesThe
first to VAP 62, and VA 44 There will also be basketball day the Hellrazors beat VP 16 16. They played a strong
lost their second to V P-16,there- clinic for players Thursday, Oct ,12 to 6. The two touchdowns were game but lost a squeaker in
by eliminating themselves. Lat- 31 at 11 a.m. scored by Jim Carmichael on overtime. John Fitzpatrick kept office of Sen. Magnuson.
er VA 174 and VP16 met short passes from quarterbackEd the Hellrazors aliveby intercepting (D-Wash.) has said been a voting requirement in
and VP 16 .won by a heart- GOLF NEWS: Hnaberry, three VP-16 passes. He that state. Only 60 chanced days
break score of 1 to 0 overtime Lady golfers at Cecil Field The second game againstVP ran back on interception 20 yardx dency is required to vote for
when 174 was called on a 15 .held an invitational last Fri- 30 on Tuesday gave the before stepping out of bounds,and President and vice president, in.
yard penalty. The touch rules day, and ladies from Green Cove Hellrazors their second win his defensive play was respon- stead of one year.
say the team that gains the most Springs, Mayport, and Key Stone by the score of 14 to 6. The sible for breaking up many VP-
yardaye in overtime is awardedthe Heights were on hand. Jean touchdowns were scored on short 16 plays.In To vote for any other officer
one point and the win. Wickenhofer of Green Cove passes from Hanberry to Jim the first two series of downsin requires 90 days' residency in
In the final of finished first with In the overtime neither the county and 30 days in pre
day the tour- a 70. second Ryan and Jim Woods. A passto team cincts.
nament, VP 16 met VAP 6 also of Green Cove, was the center Larry Pinto pro scored a penetration. On the
and lost to them by a scor e of Nita Bradley with a 71.
6-0. Ginny Herndon of Mayport won -
The Cecil Station Champion the low putt with a 28.
ship has still.not been played as Sunday was the mixed:: ball event Football Folly .
last week, members of VA and tying for low net were Mr.
44's team }have been deployedfor and Mrs. Crash Hall and Mr.and
training. Tom; McGucken Mrs. J. Glasscock with65's. Mr.
hopes the teams will meet early .and Mrs. Jim Shellman were second TEAM PICKELL HOLT BLACKBURN FOX KIMBALL STAFF
next week. The clash will be with a 66. ((32-17)) ((32-17)) ((31-18)) ((30-19)) ((30-19)) ((28-21))
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N.C. STATE vs CLEMSON N.C. St N.C. St Clem Clem N.C. St. Clem
ARMY vs PENN ST. Penn St Penn St Penn St. Penn-St. Penn St. Penn St
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in an area 43 miles ((69km) first dive through heavy clouds '.
north-northwest of Dong HoU.:. onto the target, said that smoke COLORADO vs' KANSAS Kan Kan, Kan Kan Kan Kan
A6 Intruder pilots. from the and dust obscured the bridge, OREGON ST VI STANFORD Stan Ore St.. Ore St. Stan Ore St Ore St.

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: r Troop 131

I ,t4 #h a ; Starts Annual

Scout Party

Jax---Boy scout Troop 131
sponsored by NATTC held their
first annual Halloween party at \
the. Naval Air Station Chapel Ii t

,i. Friday night. x
The Scouts and parents of 4d
troop 131 were on hand for the
festive occasion with the Girl 1 $ -F
1 Scout Cadet Troop as their spe- _
cial guests.A w _
'. ."" "'A', costume contest was held a
". .j".f'.. with Danny Mills winning an R
':.,i': .1 award for having the most -
: : '(. original costume. John Merritt -L,2& I
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_. .. .:,, .' :' ';::;\i;.'<. Tom Warsheski having the most j
unusual costume. ry : f iAi
ANCHORS AWAY? -. When the Supply Department "secures"for Scoutmaster David Selleck,
a hurricane they don't want anything to fly away. One who won the award for the fastest
I over zealous member of the Supply Disposal Division time in the apple bobbing con-
tied down this three ton anchor in preparation for Gladys. test, commented that the party
was a bio success:::: and thatfuture
holiday.Pa .tleS-wi be planned. '.
Warrant Officer Retires, J02 Judy Anderson of the Jax
I Air News staff, was presented a -
trophy for being the 1968 Troop 4
Ends Thirty Years Service 131 Honorary Scout for givingup
her liberty time to take pictures -

Chief Warrant Officer LesterW. ranks this as a 2nd Lt. Lt. of the party.
Kuchler, adjutant of the Kuchler served with the 11th The boys have two campouts, a E .r a 2;
MAD Is scheduled to retire from Artillery Regiment in Korea in bowling party and a softball game
the Marine Corps tomorrow after 1952. Again the cutbacks came with the Girl, Scout Troop Cadets :I
30-years service which has as a result of the Korean Truce planned for the coming month.
spanned three wars and just about and once again Kuchler was reverted The troop is currently holding BOBBING BOY SCOUTS The Scouts of Troop 131. spon-
every conceivable duty station in to Master Sergeant, this their paper drive project to raise sored by NATTC, enjoy apple munching the hard way at their
the Corps. In the words of Lt. time from the rank of captain. funds for new equipment first annual Halloween Party.
Col. R.P. Eckmann, CO of the Redisgnated to the rank of CWO2 Troop 131 is also conductingtheir
detachment "we are losing one in 19 4, the Gunner began 14 fall round-up to recruitnew
fine old marine". consecutive years service as an boys for the troop. All
ACWO officer which saw him promotedto boys between the ages of 11 and
the rank of CWO-4 in 1966 18 are invited to join. For information -
while serving in Vietnam. about the paper drive
During his service Gunner and fall round-up call David Sel-
Kuchler has earned 29 decora- leck at NAS Ext. 2909
tions which include four Presi- FAETU lilts
dential Unit Citations, the latest
one coming as a result of his Ne. Skipper
service in Vietnam from 1965 to
1966 wherehewasAssistantPer- Jax -- At a change of com-
sonnel Officer in the G-I Sec- mand ceremony recently LCdr.
tion of the 1st Marine Aircraft W.E.. .Miller assumed commandof
Wing in Danang. This led him Fleet Airborne Electronics
to MAD where he has been serv- Training Unit Atlantic, Detach-
ing for the past 21 months. ment Jacksonville from LCdr.
f. Originally from Bayonne D.P. Leap. "
NJ., CWO-4 Kuchler and his Guest speaker for the occasionwas '- .
wife have 2 sons and 2 daugh- Capt. L.H. Thomas, com 'oM4' *
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'fll+ \ Whistling; 'in qr 62 'Vapperizes' Opponents; : I

I ;. The Riginfl; Win 2nd Straight CFJ Title

By. D.E. Sharpe 1. Mark Hulsey Tab 6-0 Win in
2. Billy Arnold
Cool temperatures and coo]l .
heads prevailed at the third an- 3. George Brown '

nual Navy Day Regatta held Sun- i rA 1 Championship
day, 27 October at the Naval Flying Dutchman
Air Station, Jacksonville. As 1. Craig Smith .. t1Y
winds varying in intensity and 2. Lennie Middleton .r Tilt ovr VP-16
direction throughout the day 3. Janet. Gebert
Thistle Jax -- VAP-62 used a second-
necessitated changing courses
and tactics. 1. Murray McQuiad half touchdown to down VP-16
The Cruiser Class raced on a 2. Henry Mullen separate course1 of 20 miles goingnorth 3. Bobby Labry football tourney title.
The Saturday morning game,
and !south on the river.
Coming in first, both overall and Open over 150 played between the leaders oft
on corrected time w sDaoLabryFyq 1. R. Cable the two NAS intramural ues,
( ) and his "Lively Lady," 2. Jerry Meyers was in doubt until VAP-62 took
a Tayana 33. Placing second on 3. W. 11. Smith possession of the ball with ap-
corrected time was Lt. H. A. x proximately a minute to playin
Merrill aboard his Morgan 30, Open Under 150 cfr..1 the contest.
"Kestrel". In third place was 1. Paul Jacobs The first half was a scoreless -
Lt. D. E. Sharpe aboard his 2. J. D. Forest battle on a wind-swept field,

,( Morgan 24, "Mon Ami". 3. Danny Green. and VAP-62's quarterback Jim .
Other NJSC members takingthe Windmills Jackson, had a difficult time
silver were: Lt. (jg) Eric 1. Chris Burk against the VP-16 defense which
Jensen took first place in the 2. Jim Ruts was capably assisted by the hard
CHAMPS A happy YAP 62 crew display their individualand
Rhodes Bantan Class followed by 3. E. L. Weeks team gusts blowing in from the north.
trophies following Saturday morning's victory over
Jim Ray and George Kibler
Jim Beecher and Robin Segrist
VP 16 for the ComFairJax touchfootball tournament champ-
with second and third'places re- Snipe split the throwing chores for
spectively. Ken Ward garnered 1. John Brown ionship. VP-16 in the first half. Kib-

second place in the Snipe com- 2. Ken Ward .. ., ler's accuracy was below his
petition. 3. Bert Verwey '" .. Plsttl Match StadIs usual performances,and Ray took
Captain Henry O. Cutler,com- over for the remainder of the
manding officer, NAS Jax, was Sailing Canoes .,. Armory 4-0 game. Ray encountered a vicious
onj;.hand to great the regatta 1. Franklin Schum ., FAETU 4-0 pass-defense from VAP-62's secondary -
visitors and to make the award MAD 4-2 and he only put togetherone
presentations.Other Prams : VP-5 4-2 long drive In the second

results are as follows: 1. Kathy MeadIt NATTC 3-0 half.Midway
Stars GEM 2-2 through the final half,
r was an outstanding success, VP 16 2-3 Jackson launched a pass to Mike
and we extend our thanks to the FICEUR 1-3 Riddle which accounted for the
GIANT SWAP MEET many people who helped in many VP 45 1-3 game's lone score. The point
ways. It was a frantic week, AMD 0-4 after attempt was foiled by VP-
JAX LARGEST FLEA panelling the new club house NARTU 0-3 16, on a disputed play.
MARKET. making marks in preparation of VW 4 0-3 VAP-62's Don Eagle kicked
the races. off to VP-16 following the touch-
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Every Sat. 9 am 6:00: pm We will miss Roy and Betty the I Corps Tactical Zone are over on their own 20. The
Childers who are leaving for supplied with materials ranging SCAMPERS YAP 62 quarterback Eagles began a steady drive
Sun. 9 am 6:00: pm Seattle, Wash. from M-16 rifle ammunition to Jim Jackson sprints downfield but interception
Phone All interested sailors come see .office filing cabinets by the around VP-16 for substantial in '62' territory ended the longest
768-7085 or 768-4793 our new clubhouse and don't for- U. S. Naval Support Activity, gain 'in title game, which VAP* drive of the day for the losers. .
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contest slated for televising is ti.The?. 1 !II Yw Tk?
Jax -- During the ComFalr Jax the Atlantic
Coast Conference AFL game to be televised Our Premium 4-Ply
touch football tourney last weekit battle between North Carolina to this area (is an intrastate -
was evident that the fields used State defending league-cham battle between the rookie- POLYESTER Ctri Tire
for the contests were in dire pion, Clemson. Game time Is studded Buffalo Bills and the Joe NONE of that /jazz.
need of landscaping. Accordingto 1:15) Saturday afternoon on Channel New York Jets. The Bills pick- Fritz' 36,000 ml. or 36 mot. Guarantee
NAS athletic director, Frank 17. ed off five Joe Namath passesin Parreon Plus
McCaffrey the playing fields The NFL has scheduled another their first meeting of the Ret. $ 17.5 SI I.
have been used daily since August doubleheader for viewing Sun- season, and upset their big-city CPO 7:00x13 size FE\.
19, and he plans to begin day. The first game finds the rivals.If 4 Owner all ottor .ts.s proportionately lowNO
revamping them January. Tonsof Baltimore Colts in New York you're planning on attending DOWN PAYMENT of course
dirt will be needed to level for a 1 p.m. game with the I the 1968 Gator Bowl, you'd 4___ ..........._..'"
the fields} hoses for wateringthe Giants. The second half of the better hustle down to the ticket We fiiflRce frog
fields and keeping the grassin day's coverage, immediately office and purchase your tickets. iayefie SeiMttH !. AII.Ir.1
suitable condition will be required lowing the conclusion of the first The ticket office is located in .....Yea CivMiflBil
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the work Is currentlythe Francisco, where the 49ers host going for $7.75, of which $1.25is WE UNDERSELL ALL
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up with some very Interesting -- "I don't believe it" in her first entry of the season. 2809 Mayport Road 246.4825 ..
observations.Last was the reaction from this week's Last week she won another foot-
year, some 4,500 personnel 'You'Pick Um winner. Kay Ann ball contest picking 16 of 20
took part in the IM pro- Lehman, 20, a seaman assignedto games correctly, and the impetusfor
grams here, which of course, the Naval Air Technical Training "prognosticating" was car-
includes all sports. Center's Aviation Electronics
ried over to this week.
I also talked to two men who School support branch, picked
have been very active in the NAS eight of ten correctly, and won fill
sports programs, and got their on her selection of Michigan
feelings about the matter. State over Notre Dame.
ADJI' Don Stewart of VP-45, G.E. Bohar .on, an Aviation
one of the Navy's top softball Ordnanceman second class with
hurlers, has been based here VP-16, and F.E.Shaffer,an Aviation -
since 1961 and he commented, electronics Technician at
"This is the best sports pro- Aircraft Maintenance, also had
gram I've ever run into in the 8-2 marks, but neither picked the
United, States Navy, and its'' all correct team in the tiebreakergame.
been set up by Frank McCaffreywith .
the little money he has. Miss Lehman, a native of
Stewart added that he's been in Whittemore, Michigan,picked the tTi
intramural programs at Brunswick Spartans over Notre Dame 14-12 _
Maine; NAAS Baron Field,
Alabama; Port Lyauteu, Morocco -

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other installations where "Yes" .
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. ATC Jim Jackson, VAP62'shighly DUTY STATION, SERVICE 4!;,_,___ To a young married couple who learnedtwo
touted quarterback, has can live as cheaply as one...but three is
(Tills Week's Games)
the intramural
participated in something else again.To .
programs here for five yearn Team listed first is home team.
lie felt that the NAS programwas FLORIDA AUBURN a corporal with two weeks' furlough and --
"not as good as it usedto
only one week's money.To .
be. This he attributed to GEORGIA HOUSTON
the cut in the special service a coin collector who needed more'
budget a few back. .
Other sources also indicated money to buy his money.

that the NAS programs was OHIO STATE MICHIGAN ST. To a sailor who wanted to pool his bills
one extraordinaryqualityprior
because he was drowning in debt.
to tremendous financial cuts. A
general consents; at the present -
be To a high-fidelity buff who wanted a set of
seems to very optomistic TENNESSEE
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Going over the rosters of the <

tourney entries I ran across a SAN FRANCISCO (NFLCLEVELAND). say "No."
familiar name. Don Eagle,flanker -

for VAP-62, is from Pierre, GREEN BAY (NFLCIIICAGOTie ),_
South Dakota and a former prep
star there. The 25-year-old Breaker: Predict final score on game between Texas -
Sioux Indian is one of the "Vap- Southern Methodist University. Indicate winners in other games
pers" top performers. by) a check mark.
College gridiron followers are Ballot boxes are located at Galley One and Galley Three. Ballots
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I, < ;? Tourney Monday i.II !

;t; Sax -- The Third Annual Sixth can of Admin and Ken Winkle MARTD's Bob Johnson; Safties
'if y Naval District touch fotball from NARTU; flanker Bob Barrof Pat Minahan and Don Eagle, both iI Ci
tournament will get underway MARTD; ends Ray Badvanonitz of VAP 62; center Bob Schiedof I e
here Monday noon. Bill Fertig, Winston Greene and VP 16 and linebacker Sal
Jax Navy, defending champion Mike Riddle of VAP 62 and Molle also of VP 16.Frontrunning .
from 1966 and '67, hosts the
tourney for the second time. Last VP-16 Eagles Clinch I II / a
year's tourney was played in I

Memphis Eleven,clubs Tenn.are tentatively set Tie For A.L. Title

for Monday's action: Pensacola
CNABATRA, Pensacola Naval Jax. -- VP-16 keep their undefeated VAP-62 was
Communications Training Cen league slate intact, last awarded a victory over NARTU
ter, Charleston Weapons, Charleston week, with a 36-0 blasting of when the losers failed to show .. >. ,
t Naval Station, Cecil Na- the hospital. Tom Fletcher led for the encounter. tqu i ppfecF'7:: iih;
Station, Naval Air Station the with a pairof 679th hopped back onto the,
val Air scoring parade Pacto>y :Air. P S. R&H W '$ tifes. :?K.w '**
Albany, Georgia; Naval AirStation touchdowns and two pass- victory wagon with an 8-0 conquest XttQ Up
Glynco, GeorgiaNaval; reception conversions. Bob of VW4. Phil Cox scoredthe
., Air Station, Memphis, Ten- Scheid scored two touchdownsto touchdown and Jerry Meier
nessee; Mayport Naval Station, increase his leagueleadingpoint the points after.
and host Jax Navy total to 106, and Doug The Marine Barracks dealt '67 CAMARO
Five games are setfor Mondayand Sibole racked up eight points on Aircraft Maintenance a 6-0 set-
Tuesday with action begin- a' touchdown and two-point conversion back as Ken Brown's score pro- I SPORT
( ning at noon. Wednesday's the victory assured the vided the games only 'points. SUPER
r slate will include four games, Eagles of at least a tie for the I "350" V-8, Auto trans., R&H,
three on Thursday, two Friday, American League crown. Officials Cliik tires. $2295
and the title game at 9:30 a.m. Admin got touchdowns from
November 9. A possibility of an three men to belt VP-5,22-0 last Jax -- All, personnel interested -
extra contest could throw the week. Randy Whittaker and Neil in officiating duringthe
title game to 11 p.m. on the 9th. Sweeney each got a TD and two upcoming intramural 67 IMP ALACONVERTIBLE
The Jax Navy team will be point conversion, while Dave basketball season are en -
formed from the top players Tuscan was picking up a single couraged to attend a bask- i
among 'the local intramural lea- touchdown. etball clinic, Monday morningat .' ' e s
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11:30 in the Athletic Direc ;<* -
gues, Jim Jackson, VAP 62
stalwart, will coach the outfit NARF bounced VP-45 18-0, tor's office, Building three. V 8 Atitd trans Factory Air R&HW $2195
,;, in their bid for a third straighttitle. behind a touchdown by Charlie Local officials, Howard : -W tires. 5a
.' Pate and a pair of TD's by Ken Hall, is expected to conductthe
\: These players will form the nuclei Ayers. clinic, which will assistall
'i of the Jax iJavy teams: Defensive play highlighted the perspective referees and '66 IMPALASPORT
Quarterback, Jim Jackson of week's action in the National inform them of late rule
VAP,- 62, I blocking backs George League. changes. COUPE

of Kibler VP62 of VP', halfbacks- 16,and Dan DaveTus-Stacks Ii;..:: ; .. :! e; ::::=.-;;::: ;::: t CImI :::,:''-; :::"" ::""':,::. '::;:' 1
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