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Jax air news
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June 1, 1967


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WelcomeHomePatrol I : Squadron Eagles

On Nov- 21, 1966 the first craft.In ferent countries. ....,..
During a one
of nine P3A patrol aircraft the short space of 10 days, month period 1,200 to 1,300,
assigned to the famous "EagleSquadron" nine aircraft and over400 squadron hours, were spent in the air. and
rolled down the personnel had been trans- there were always two or three :
familiar runway of Jax and planted some 9,000 milesmoved VP-16 aircraft in the air and ? r
headed for the Western Pacific. into new working spaceslearned
The mission "Augment the new operation procedures, and others readyto fly.
,On Market Time missions
Navy's sea/air patrol forces in stood poised for action. ,
aircraft combed the beaches of
the waters adjacent to the Viet- They soon learned new terms
namese mainland." Saturday like "Yankee Team" and tar- the Vietnamese coast in search FL_
six months and 7,000 flight ket Time"' of of infiltrating enemy vessels.. :
over .and a myriad others Contacts would be ", .,..
hours later, the last VP-16 air- which would be te :signal to geta picked up visually -
craft will taxi into its parking bird into into the air in a or on radar,and then photographed -
and identified.The
spot here. hurry. These flights lasted on }
The events that transpired the 12 use of searchlights and
average, just over hours
during this deployment can best with seven to eight hours being parachute flares made night
be described as a study in mo spent in Vietnamese waters. identification possible. The coordinating -.
bility. Two airplanes and three Their mission was to investigateand information flowing
from all the various forces
crews ,hop scotched their way report and with this becamea assigned
to the Market Time mis-
across the Pacific to form the vital pan of the overall effort
advance party.: When theyarrivedat being made by our forces in sion had to be received, decoded -

Sangley Point In the Philippine Southeast Asia.Alternate digested and acted upon,
Islands, all the other aircraft bases of operationswere and in many instances the suspected -
infiltrator turned back
were on their way and evaluated and they found was
ground personnel and support themselves split in two and then or destroyed through coordinated
efforts of
equipment were being airlifted to in three, and even into four sea and air forces.
i coincide with arrival ,of the separate and distinct detachments Up on Yankee Station to ,the

second contingent of three air- operating from four dif (Continued on Poge 2))

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Promotion Chances Look Bright __

Off Navy Wide August Exams ': 5 5

LCdr. Eugene C.. Bernard is wttcorned$ home by hit wife'and
children. '

The August advancement.tests The, Bupers notice asks all tions and testing procedures.
r should offer outstanding promo- .commands,:;and commanding of*, ,Among the topics which will be '
President n
j b- -' tion opportunities l .for' theNavy'sr :fleers'to assist'enlisteds in.pre* discussed are objective: and subjective :$,

? ...... r petty'officerst ., paring Jot the_tests._ Thaannouncement ,-" t testing> 'prowdures! $!* *if/tAf!' y'jfaf, ."jf1" *. ; *.*"* *> .n.*< J* *. t *es',1'
1" The need for enlisteds Inmost suggests that. "commands The main portion of 'the.Iec-'* I ; "< .M.e

.rates will increase ,according?, motiv qualified person- ture will concern:,the'objective :1 eaerarPdyPresident 11 F )O

to a Bureau of Personnel notice nel to study and set, aside an examination the type of exam especially .

demanding more petty officers appropriate place for studying.It pertinent to those who Johnson has pro- others critically needed to pro-' '.)
to fill vacant billets.As also asks that division officers will be goingup for advancementin 4.5 ,
posed to Congress a per vide public services in a complex
a result of the Februaryexam and leading petty officers rate. for '
cent pay increase all except world..
115,638 personnel passed give instructional assistance in Preparation for taking examinations the very highest paid federal civilian
while over 68,000 failed kill- their specialized fields whenever composure and psycho- employees to take effect
ing their promotion chances. .possible.The logical attitude during't exam' October 1. "These men and women cometo
The large number of failuresoff exam will be given August and influencing factors following He recommended that Con- p\1bl1cservlce pot by chance
the February tests can be 1 for third class; August 3 an exam will also be discussed. "take the final this but by choice. They come because -
reduced for the upcoming exams for second and August 6 for first Ensign Amatrudi will enumerate gress full ( step) they are challenged: by pro-
to achieve comparability
by careful preparation by examinees. class hopefuls. The test for the various type of objective year with private pay industry,*' blems that are far-reaching --

r". .. chief petty officer will be administered exams as well as describethe and plan to 'and fateful. They come,because
proposed a two-stage
Personnel taking the August August 10. methods and procedures in remove the remaining compara- government offers unique opportunities "-
for unselfish service.
should check their : TEST taking a subjective (essay ,
exams rating HINTS bility lag in all grades by Oct- JI J
qualifications and insure that they Ens. Gloria Amatrudi education type) test. ober 1.. 1969. The first step
have met all qualifications and services officer, will pre- This lecture will be of spec- would take effect In October 1968 "From them, we expect I unusual -
have a recommendation in by today -' sent a lecture this evening at ial interest to those who plan and the second a year later. dedication. In turn, they
the deadline established by Bldg. 600 beginning at 6 p.m. to take the August examinationfor Submitting the bill, the Pres- have the right to expect from

the personnel bureau. She will lecture examina- advancement in rating. ident said: "Through the years' ,their government rewards that
.' _. match their contributions.
this nation has built
a corpsof
I Viet Vet Gets Joint Service Medal public servants whose qualityIs
unmatched other
by any coun- ,
67 Bond 'Drive
." try In the world.*'

't . Vietnam veteran L dr.James "Our career employees _are Nears CompletionAt
R. 0' Neil became the first man Veil-trained: and experienced. In

T to be presented the Joint Service ever-Increasing numbers, they
Commendation Medal dur- are skilled professionals. They the three quarter point of

ing a ceremony, aboard the air include not only administrators the 1967 Savings Bonds/Freedom

,station. and managers,but doctors, law- Share Campaign, the NAS percentage -

The commendation ..medal and yers, ,diplomats, economists. participation' figures.. -.',
certificate were presented to systems analysts law enforcement : stand as follows:
:: 4T m Commander O'NeUbyCapt.Mar- fleers,nurses--and.many
tin J. Stack, NAS commanding MILITARY
officer, at .a Supply Department Admiral Cild, well'kk.F. i
personnel inspection May 25. CO/XO 100 Legal 14.2

Jix University Pest COMPT 100 AirOps,. 13:
RAdm. H. H. Caldwell ,com- AMD 55.6 Medical 9.5
certificate signed byGen. mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, PA 50. Chaplain 7.7
William C. Westmoreland cited was elected to the board of trust- DPD. 46.2 Security 6.8

ri : j ii; 1! Commander O'Neil for "Init- ees of Jacksonville UniversityMay Weapons 39.3 Dental 6.1 .

_= iative diligence,and competence 24.Guy .Supply 31.7 AdminBrigNCSO ---
which demonstrated in the per- W. Botts board chair- 25 Marines ---
formance of his duties while con man, announced the admiral's
if tributing significantly to the appointment. He also commended -
overall effectiveness of the the board for its action' and CIVILIAN
counterinsurgency effort in the Caldwell's
cited Admiral mem- CO/XO 100 PWL
Republic of Vietnam. bership as an example of mil- PA 100 Supply 12

"Due itary and civilian leadership DPD MA
to an ever increasing 56.7 9.5'
workload generated by the working together for the advan- Security 55.6
Gss ? '
cement of !higher education in the Air -7
tinual buildup, of forces, he vol- Ops 50 ;
):', ) untarily worked_many extra hoursto greater:. ;jonvill -ea. Medical 46.2 Dental 68;
that Admiral Caldwell is a 1927 ID Comms.
assure his dutues were 39.3
LCDH JAMES R. O'NEIL proudly shows his wife the: Joint fulfilled on a timely basis." graduate of the Naval Academyand COMPT 25 Admin. .tjIt++r.

Service Commendation Medal He received during ceremonieshere a vrt&h, of 40 .years mil Legal 14.2 Weapons w .;.f.
Commander! O'Neil served In itary ,service. He Is the first J" .,"
May 25. Commander O'Neills the first to receive the medal -'
Vietnam from August 1965 to August active duty military officer to, Savings Bonds pay 4.d5)oat
aboard the air station.
Yowwi during a ceremony 1966.: serve on the university's board. maturity) ti,> 1'.

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Sign-post Humor '
t) I V n e S e r yq ( B' ,, r ,

By Ed Sowa n a
Most people admire a good comedian a comedian who has a ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
good, clean sense of humor, and is able to make his audience a
Chapel t. 4
laugh and enjoy themselves.

Some people find pleasure in the jokes and tricks played bya SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m.
practical Joker on other people. Some of these tricks are humorous and 11 a.m.DAILY .
:, and are done in good, clean fun"-with no one vetting MASS - 11:45 a.m.
hurt nor embarrassed beyond the point of losing a little face. SATURDAY MASS -10:45am.CONFESSIONS .
Most of us are aware of the dangers involved in practical jokes, - Saturday
the danger that someone will get hurt or embarrassed to an in- 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.77:30 p.m.
repairable extent. Thus, most of us are extremely carefulin
the little jokes that we play on our friends.
Yet there are others who have a very strange sense of humor, U.S. Naval Hospital
and they manifest this humor through what most of us call vand-
alism. Some people feel that they can only find joy if they destroy SUNDAY
MASS - -8 a.m. MARINE Set Lester Speaks shoulders a carton of books which
something or damage something. will be delivered to troops in Vietnam. Marine recruiters in the
Aboard the station, it appears that we have a few of these Individuals -
with this very strange sense of humor. The target for PROTESTANTAll Jacksonville area helped provide transportation for 8,000
expression of this humor has been designated as traffic and dir- pounds of books collected locally for shipment to Vietnam.

ectory signs. The results have been near staggering.What Saints Chapel
has been happening? It appears that certain signs have Four Sailors HonoredAt
been stolen, altered, or destroyed.We DEVINE SERVICE 10a.m.
may ask, "What danger can there be in the destruction, SUNDAY Y SCHOOL - 9 a.m.Chapel I
alteration, or misplacement of a little insignificant thing such as Annex, Bldg. 722 Weapons InspectionFour
a sign?" Some even say that it is better than playing some prankon CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m.

a person. Chapel Center Bldg. 751 aviation ordnancemen of keeping with the highest
What we don't realize is that by tampering with these signs, WEDNESDAYChoir the Weapons Department here traditions of the United States
we are playing one of the most malicious tricks imaginable on Rehersal .. 7 p.m. were presented awards Fridayata Naval Service.
many, many people. .Not only is the trick malicious, but alsoit THURSDAY department personnel Inspec Capt. Stack presented Mills
is extremely dangerous, dangerous to the point of costing lives.. Young Adult Group 7 p.m. with a copy of a commendationwhich
Here is what happens. Christian Science Service tion.Capt.. Martin J. Stack, NAS read in part, "the officers -
Someone may think that is funny to tear down a stop sign. It - -8 p.m. commanding officer inspected the and men of the Roose-
is a great test of strength to rip this minor little board off a pole. SECOND MOND ;f Each Month ,troops and made the presentation. velt displayed professional devotion -
The cost of replacement is not that great and the action of tearing Chapel Women's Guild and determinationof
Receiving the Gold Star in lieu to duty
the makes the individual Well . .
down Hercules.
sign a seeming 930am.
of his second Secretary of the the highest order as they sus-
has this individual ever stopped to think.that. this sign is placed (Chapel_ Center) Navy Commendation for achieve- tained their ship and embarkedair
where it is for a very important reason to tell people to stop
ment was AOC William B. wing in highly effective com-
for proceeding at this point without stopping can be dangerous.Thu U.S. Naval Hospital Parker. bat operation.
with the sign removed, motorists who are not familiar with The Commander Seventh Mills was serving aboard the
the area fail to stop,and unfortunately accident sometimes occurs.
Fleet Unit Commendation was carrier USS Franklin D. Roose-
Another favorite target of these joking vagabonds is one-way
velt when VAdm. John J. Hyland
signs. 'They think it is very funny to turn these signs around to the Commendation to
presented ,
face everyone.the wrong direction. The results of this prank are obviousto 1..1. ReturnContinued th crew of the Roosevelt.Boston .

Changing base directory signs or removing them completely
is another favorite of these malicious- jokers. They enjoy thinking ( from Page One) Wins

of the visitors who get lost while trying to find certain specific.. north, in the b x-like Gulf'of
locations aboard the station. l rYes Tonkin, the-patrol aircraft main-
these practical jokers certainly do have a very strange tained a, ,watchful eye. on ,the BEQ Award
,sense of humor. There are however, a few'things that they do-not sea approaches to the attack car-
understand. or fail to realize Any civilian who is apprehended in riers as they launched their. 1t F_certificate for the Bachelor
the act of defacing or destroying any of these signs is_subjectjo .Strikes on North Vietnamese tar-g Enlisted Quarters Hooorman of
\ prosecution under federal law. .. i ,. L ;; :" the Month for'April was presented -

Any serviceman who is caught is subject to,court martial. ,or .geuYankee Team and Market Time: .-"..(.,..-t,,,'\kb''<' ?r,_ '"'',-<-<.:,-..,......T_..N o\." '. recently to ,G. R.' Boston,
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stern disciplinary action. were only a. part of the over- _' Y : 'v. ...... 'Ii ETNSN. The award was pre -
Is it worth it? There are so many other ways that one'can be all operation.:. VP-16 aircraft' :' 1If f\ ':.>k\ "-; ..r ": sented to Boston by Capt. Mar-
popular, thus why risk any of the above penalties for the sake of were called upon to search s tJDiTHl') : 5j; tin .J. Stack CO of NAS, Jax.Boston's .

something funny to do? -, of the Western Pacific in search Chief.Parker
This is one other point that should be remembered. These selection was madeon
of of deliver-
shipping suspected
practical Jokers can easily become the victims of their own jokes. ing war supplies to the enemy. presented to A02 George D. the basis of his personal motivation -
The penalty that they may pay could be a little more than just Countless intelligence inform Mills. The eighth good conduct attention to duty ,and

embarrasment 'or lose of face -!" they could pay with their Itve .. ation was gathered, evaluated, Award was presented to AOCS
and disseminated. Roy E. Green, and AOC Lewis
There were also search and M. Altman received his fifth
missions advance base Good Conduct Award..
rescue ,
The Society HelpsThe logistlal support missions, and Th citation presented to Chief
the occasional high priority transport Parker was signed by Adm. RoyL.
of high ranking personnel Johnson, commander in chiefof
purpose of the Navy Relief Society is to collect and hold, to where they were needed. the U. S. Pacific Fleet and
funds and to use these funds in times in need for the personnelof promptly. read in part, "for outstanding F
the Naval sevlce and their dependents. In the six months that the achievement in the superior per-
There are many persons included under this, term of Naval Eagles were on the wing, they. formance of his duties while
personnel who are eligible for assistance from the society. They touched down on runways, from serving as Work Center supervisor r
are: the regular Navy and Marine Corps members, the reserve com- Hawaii to Hong Kong. They had of the Ordnance Branchof .
ponents on active duty,the retired list of the regular Navy and Marine launched over 500 operational Attack Squadron 25, embarkedIn ;
Corps and Reservists who are in receipt or retainer pay status. missions. They had seen and USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) from
All members of the Fleet Reserve are eligible as'well as membersof engaged the enemy. The Approaches ,September 1966 'to December
the, Coast Guard when serving as'part of the Navy during time to the Vietnamese coasts 1966.
of war. were effectively cleared of Th commendation further
Also, all dependents of living or deceased personnel as listed, the great bulk of clandestine stated that Chief Parker consistently :'
above are eligible for assistance from the society.All shipping attempting to resupply carried out his duties
financial assistance from the society is based upon two basic enemy forces in the interior. and inspired the men of his
considerations: ((1)) there an established Navy or Marine Additionally, in not one instance work center with outstanding ETNSN Bostonleadership
Corps status, or sponsorship of'actual dependent, and (2)) there was a suspected enemy dedication and ability. In con-
must be a real need.. urface unit permitted to penetrate -( clusion the commendation read, in setting an example -
The society has a clear-cut definition of need, and funds are not the Inner defenses of the "Chief Petty Officer Parker'sleadershIp' of "" neat ss and clean
available merely for the sake of convenience. Yankee Team attack carrier professional abilityand liness in the NAS enlisted bar-
Among the situations which do not come under the definition of groups without being detected, technical knowledge were in racks. -
need are: assistance in maintaining a: standard of llvhmoommen- investigated, and .turned back or
surate with the pay and allowance theman; assistance in financing destroyed.On -
business ventures; purchasing a home,. or other such permanent May 25 the advance party
investments: financing vacations, leave, or liberty(except for emer- returned aboard one aircraft. *J AX PL I JFt NEWS
gencies such as critical Illness,death or equivalent urgent situations); The Executive Officer, Cdr; .
paymnt of debts contracted prior to entrance into the service; Thomas H. Ross returned Sun-
payment of Income taxes or other taxes, interest or mongages; day. Three aircraft were returned The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Hews-
purchase or payment of debts for ron-essential such automobiles, on Monday and Wednes-
'' paper distributed! each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
televisions, etc.; payment of court fines or 'furnishing of bail; day. The squadron is now a-
financing marriage, divorce, or adoptions (except in rare and critical waiting the return of their skip- Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing ;
situations); and providing regular supplementations of income from per, Cdr. David C. Carruth, on Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in
pension, insurance, or other source in order to supply basic needs. Saturday, when the last plane the JAX' AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
Financial assistance may take the form of a loan without interest, touches down.It Affairs Office, Box 2. HAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon
an outright gift or a combination of the two depending upon all the will close another chapterto on Monday before publication. Hews Items are welcomed I
circumstances of the case involved.In 'the Eagle Squadron's operational -
from all sources Telephone EV 9-771, Ext. 8162. !
general, the society has the established policy to help men history. Advertisements are solicited by the' publisher and
meet their obligation in time of emergency but not relieve themof ***..... queries concerning such should be directed to:
their responsibility to for themselves and their families. Scientist working with the
provide ,
Navy's OperationDEEP FREEZE The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Standing Blvd.

have discovered that Mount Jacksonville. Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4451
Terror Is the second active vol-

J cano on the Antarctic Continent., VOL. 25 NO. 10 JUNE |, 1967
. $ Wah1@$ ID@ ID) J Mount active Erobus volcano was until the this only discov known ..

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I New Books at LibraryIf Girl -5(0..5of( Cecil Fitld Awarded I

you had to decide between reading a good book come by Girl- Scout- Troop- 32NASCecU

golf and gardening this past Mem- your nearest Navy library. Field, held 'an Awards Night last
orial Day weekend and NATTC
garden- Library Naval Hopsltal Thursday at the Fellowship Han
ing won -- the following NAS
perhaps Library, Jacksonville Library i- to honor girls who had
books will help you get throughin and NAS Cecil Field Library pleted merit badge projects and his IRk
time to play nine holes. all maintain special displays Scout advancements require-
1,0001 QUESTIONS ANSWERED of the latest books addedto ments.
ABOUT FLOWERS, by N. their collections. Whatever
Mrs. L. G. Bramley, Scout
Taylor. This informative and
your preference -- science fic- Masteress, promptly called the
delightful book presents a thousand tion, mysteries, westerns, novels meeting to order at 7:30 d __ _
questions and authoritative or non-fiction -- you will before the Scouts' parents p.nru and t __
answers to them. A complete find a book you will enjoy at the friends. After the
opening cere-
index helps readers find a spe library.
mony, the girls were presentedwith
cific answer in a hurry.
their merit badges and advancement -
The following three books were
written specifically for the CF Wives H.III! patches. ''"fitr
Florida gardener. YOUR GUIDE Troop 32 meets everyThursday Lj4 .L
night, 7:30 p.m., at the Scout :. :
Bale. Sal. Hut aboard the base and is composed -
by Watkins: 1,001 of about 20 girls.
( GARDEN by Wolfe, and YOUR Do you like cookies,,cakes, Chaplain interested Smith in joining may call

FLORIDA GARDEN by Watkins pies, donuts, brownies, or any Representative for(Institutional the
and Wolfe. Professors kind of ? Scouts)
Watkinsand pastry Treat yourself at Ext. 349.VA86.
Wolfe who have combined to home baked' goods and
gardening experience of more stay out of that hot kitchen.
than half a century, have pooled The EM Wives Club is holdinga Gets )-' Mrs. L. G. Bramlay, far right stands beside girls of Troop

their extensive technical and Bake Sale today in front of the 32. NAS Cecil Field, at opening of Awards Night meeting.
practical knowledge to producethe Commissary Store from 9:30 a jn, Squadron 86 today became -
first books written which until 2:30 p.m. All proceedswill the first A7 operational CAREER
be squadron on the East Coast. OPPORTUNITIESFOR
deal exclusively with gardeningin contributed the club'scharitable
the entire state of Florida, projects.The The squadron, commanded by QUALIFIED COLLEGE GRADUATESWITH
Cdr. C. R. Long, has been train
from Pensacola to Key West. next business meeting of
These books have comprehensiveindices the EM Wives will be held next ing for the switchover since DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP ABILITY
March 1. VA-86
and many illustrations.If Wednesday, June 7,in Fellowship was equipped
prior to the change with A4
golf won out over gar- Hall. Chapel Nursery service aircraft. Career opportunities in line management,
dening but you haven't been will be available. Prospective staff technical
The or positions
was marked bya
breaking a hundred lately, cometo members are welcome.For .
in the
Home Office
last of a major insurance
the library and browse further information, con- ceremony Friday In thesquadron's company

through our excellent golfing tact Mrs. Richard Penn at 781- hangar.
books. We have many to choose 4897 or Mrs. Wayne Cook at Starting salary for Bachelor's Degree-17314 per year,

from, written by such expens 781-5487. In last week's Afterburner higher for Master's Degree

as Sam Snead, Doug Sanders, the item on guest housing indicated -
Ben Hogan, Cary Middlecoff, and that temporary ac- Also excellent opportunities'in Group Insurance Sales& Service
many others. An especially good commodations at NAS Cecil
book is MY 55 WAYS TO LOWER Buy Field could be reserved For more information,
YOUR GOLF SCORE by Jack through' Family Services. call Mr. Lavery or Mr. Weaver

Micklaus. Each page of the text This was an error. Family 398.8711.Personne1 Dept, 8:30.4:30: Mon. thru Fri.
is Illustrated in great detail to Services acts as go-between)
clarify each point that this : Bonds but reservations are made -An Eqtul,Opporlun11E"plo1"-

great golfer makes.If ,through; Navy Exchange.
you are just Interested in .

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Conditions of Readiness Suggested

In order to prepare for adequate The following measures shouldbe
protection against hurricanes taken in the event damaging
NAS personnel are requested winds strike the Jacksonville
to know and understand are: t I V lP
"DIAL!*" procedures to be taken In case ((1)) In buildings, generally it '
of a hurricane. The condition of Is recommended that one or more 1
readiness of personnel the station doors or windows ,be kept openin i(
LET YOUR OLD will cut the number of inJuries the leeward side of the build-
CAR MAKE THE and damage to govern- ing. This will permit some ven- a
DOWN ment property. tilation, making it more comfortable
for the occupants, and under -
PAYMENT BUY..U.S': ,, ....:. certain conditions, will offer .
Savings <" l some protection against wind
nonds damage. ,
64 ((2) In buildings divided up
DODGE DART H/T by interior partitions such as
Coupe, Auto, R & H, 6cyl. office buildings and residence
., In Warranty
HONDA buildings, partition doors
$1288 should be generally kept closedto

MOTORCYCLES avoid transmitting the full CAPT. THOMAS ,B. ELLISON NATTC commanding, officer
suction on the leeward walls to the presents a fetter of commendation to Frank M. Hadley, NATTC
We Give Merchant Green Stamp inside of the windward walls.
office employee. Mr. Hadley received the commendation'In
post .
((3)) Large doors, such as garage -
62 FORD XL CPE. V/8 Open Dally 8 o.m.-7 p.m. doors, should be securely appreciation of outstanding service.

Automatic, Power steer Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. braces against movement eitherin
ing, Power brakes Air
Cond., Perfect, or out. NATTC
Sundays ((4) Moveable awnings and :
Venetian blinds should be raised :
MOTORSACYCLES and securely tied back or removed '
entirely. Behind The Scene '
,Le ((5) Loose materials and
FORD 500" GAL ,
moveable objects should be plac-
AXIE V/8, Auto, PS., .
R & H.. Real Nice. 4949 Blinding ed where there is no danger of By Mary Lundi & Tom RakerA

$133 PH ??18244St. their aginst being a building lifted or through and blown a letter of oommendaton was Aviation Ordnance School,
window. presented to Frank M. Hadleyof Class 647B graduated May 23
((6) Occupants should stay in the NATTC Post Office in with a class average of 78.007*
r-------------------- rooms on the leeward side of recognition of his outstanding Honorman for the class was AOl

'62 I! JOHNS RIVERWATERFRONT the building, that Is, on the op- service. Marion T. Nelson who finished
VALIANT V 200 side which the wind Capt. Thomas B. Ellison, with an 88.89%average.
7 DR., Hard Top, Auto i posite upon NATTC commanding officer pre- Airman E.S. Nord having an
R & H., Real Clean. II. Is blowing. of
95.00 is again honor-
Consideration should be sented Hadley with the commendation -
$711 CB home, newly! ((7) which read "Mr. Hadley man for the Aviation Ordnance
fire by check
given to protection
,land completely furnished} ing all gear and securing electrical has continually devoted his time School. Nord was honorman for
Jin Spanish motif. Terrazzos'tloori. appliances and!electrical circuits and efforts to improve the efficiency the school last week, with an
'! 268 ft. dock. Con*! which might cause fires of his working area." average of 85.00.

62 [crete bulkhead. Owner willi during high winds. A copy ,of the commendation
PLYMOUTH SAVOY finance.[ Many, many extras.. I ((8). Automotive ,equipment was given to Postmaster J.E.
R Sedan& H.,-Air 6 Cond.cyl., A Auto.Real, 15 mins. to NAS J AX. | should be parked in locations not Workman Jr., who expressed his WeicowteCt
Buy; subject to danger of collaspe of appreciation to Hadley stating
$7M "lEsffiT"1TWIN ,buildings and falling trees. "Mr., Hadley demonstatres the, J
ktad .service., thatwe, constantly Piyii1tSt.
"*' ,
Home owners are encouraged endeavor to render."
REALTY'HILDA to keep plenty of canned goodson > 103rd at Wesconnett Blvd. '
'64 OLDSMOBILE "88" hand incase hurricane should AEC Leo M. Linthicum retired We Wire Flowers
4 Door, Power steering, knock out electrical service. A yesterday after 20, years
T. HUH 1-0250
Phone SP 1-3770 SP
Power Brakes, Air Cond.,' ,supply of drinking water and service In the Coast Guard. or
One Owner. R..ltorJosep" kerosene lanterns are other sug- A former student at NATTCs FlowersFor
$1588 gested items to have in the home AE/A and B school, Chief Lin- Every Occasion
E. Ntth, AssociateRentalsSalesAcreageLots in case of hurricane damage. thicum returned to NATTC' in
1966 as a Phase III Instructor.
The annual hurricane
seasonin JEWELL J. SMITH/
ResidentialCommercialIndustrial this area normally runs from During his service In the Coast
63 June 1 through the end of Nov- Guard Chief Linthicum receiveda
IMPERIAL CROWN 284-3681 ember. Parents asked number of decorations, Includ-
are to
Hard Top Sdn., Fully equipped ing the SAR Alrcrewman Wings CREWS -----
Orange Ave. S. at Bay St. teach their children proper act- ,
Air Excellent
Good Conduct Medal with Silver
Green Springs
ions In of hurricane.
case a
Con d. I
!* Star, National Defense Medal with DETECTIVE
Bronze Star and Expert Pistol

SUMMER TIME Is the BEST Medal.Chief Linthlcum will reside in AGENCYlrivestigators

Penrose, Colo., with his family. Former
64 DODGE POLARA TIME for AUTO PAINTING! PolicemenInvestigations
Hard/Top, One Owner Lou NATTCs Aviation Ordnance
Milecge.Radio Std.& Heater.Shift, "6" SUMMER SPECIAL... 95 School, Phase II Supervisor,AOC Remain
Cyl., ConfidentialAppointment
Michael J. Mooney recently re-
STANDARD QUALITY. 49.95 *" economy enlisted. At the completion this Only. .
enlistment Chief Mooney will
Available/ / Phone/ 777-7255
Wrecker Service Now have a total of 20 years, two 3537714June

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Five NAS Employees Cited Employee ElectedTo

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For Money-Saving IdeasFive V. Duncan, a23-yearNavy

employee aboard the air station,
employees' aboard the air government over$7,000 annually. has been elected president of the
station have been awarded over Jerome K. Becker and Robert National Association of Aeronau-
$1,300 for beneficial suggestions, L. Gillette were co recl- tical Production Controlmen.
t rf that willsavetheNavyanestlmat- paints of $185 for their sug- Current president of theassoc-
cd $28,883 year. gestion of reclaiming salvage elation's Jacksonville Local No.
The five were presented material. the two men discov- Three, Duncan was elected to the
,r x checks May 25 during a cere- ered three oscillator assemblies top post during the production
mony in the office of Capt. Tho- which still had current use at controlmen's national convention
mas Washington, Jr., C. O., the salvage yard.The assemblies that ended in Washington, D.C.
', -- NARF, had been discarded followlngan May 4.
: ',; w ordered change for a particular
.:. Christopher Richardson re aircraft. Becker and Gillette
,\,.i ......'... ceived $405 for his suggestionof reported the equipment useableon A i .
RECEIVING checks for beneficial suggestions Thursday were craft a new method to the repair air- a different aircraft, saving CHARCOAL UGHTI. DW NOueHn'bS uu.
antennas at Naval
(I r) J. K. Becker, C. Richardson, F. H. Johnson, S. Spanks, work Facility. Richardson devised the Navy an estimated $5,700. CAMP STOVI

and R. Gillette. Capt.Thomas Washington, NARF commanding a method of replacing FOUND
officer made the presentations. Insulators and gaskets in Aft
TACAN antenna. The repair me- FOUND along the railroadon
Data ProcessingSecurity' Announce tod returns the antennas ,to Albermarle Avenue, one pairof
service. Prior to Richardson's Navy prescription glasses. WORLD'S.
Recent Station Merit PromotionsDATA suggestion the antenna were May be picked up at NAS Public
discarded. Affairs OOice,Bldg.1;Room 236.
PROCESSING Steve Spinks was awarded$400 eoo o .ewe..e
after developing a way to repair r IN 20 MINUTES
Richard D. TO: Computer Programer, GS 9. oil filter caps on a A 4 air. SYMBRABrastlere* e Charcdsl it lit in 90 SECONDS
Wald,John in TO: Computer Programer, GS 11 craft. The oil filters can be I atr. (cooking-resdy in 6 Minutes)
Masse, Alfred L. TO: Computer Programer, GS -11 repaired for $12 saving a fillet i ; Swinging using only fllp-.rlt.ONE piece supports of paper
Huey, Ronald P. TO: Computer Programer, GS 11 installation cost of $87 under the dIfferentlsa charcoal in perfect drift until -
Carrell Lee R. TO GS 11 old RIO HOT. Costs are duped
: Computer Programer system. Spinks' sugges- i AUTOMATICALLY when lighter is
tion will save the Navy over lifted eff.Hsndle converts to
SECURITY DEPARTMENT $8.000 annually. e 'AMERICA'SMOST ; CAMP eggs.STOVB making for'coffee frying, Use..
for standby COOK STOVI during
Tucker F. TO Airfield GS $350 went to Franklin H.Johnson blackouts or failures,
,' James : Firefighter ( ), 5 ., power
for his development of .... EXCITING SAPS for BOY SCOUTS cssips.VAN'S .
Lasauce,Jacques G. TO: Firefighter ( Structural) GS- 4 a
Forbes, Larry D. TO: Firefighter (Structural) GS 4 new procedure to secure a blow- I BRASSIERE" j $ .lg
Worth, Carroll E. TO: Firefighter (Structural), GS 4 er to a Sperry, X Ray. Changing Pnone ht Appointment j
Borris, William M. TO: Firefighter (Airfield), GS 4 screws In the X Ray from I 264-6906o,264.4016 736 Dillwood Ave.
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/7i_ R. A. Griffin, CWO 3 briefs the crew on weather they/ may en 1 On* of the squadrons flight crews prepares to display the air,

,/ .counter- during the flllht.i --. -, .craft,__to..the.JJII.......public...' ._-- .._ ,-.. 1..1......._'.l

___ I :. .1" ,, Lt. (fig) N. G. Valenta, Lt J/L./ Llmongelll and R. A. Griffin,
CWO 3 3., discuss weather chart before take off.
Tom Coop ATNAN, sends weather messages from his radio sta.
tion aboard the Super "Connie" rk: ______ _____n___ '-

r- .--.10. i -- ----: I-_ : _._ CLOSED SATURDAYS, II

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< Work Is just beginning for the There are over 400 ''highly
Weather Reconnaissance Squadron trained officers and men cur- BEGINNING JUNE 3RD OUR
Fourthe( Hurricane Hunters), rently attached to the squadron,
the only squadron of its kind on presently under the command Service Parts&BodyShop
Lastweekwe ,.....,. ,..: ,
; this continent, as the 1967 hur- of Cdr.J. Lawrence Jr. ,I.
ricane season begins. These men, with the advent of f. ;.,'
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( The squadron's duties of performing powerful long ranged airborne .,' :
-.. ___iInuj___ aerial hurricane reconnaissance radar and other electronic equip- f said and providing earlywarningweatherinformation ment, can collect weather infor- i.H \ ;,, Will be Closed ':,
have mation in one flight which once -
__ been attributed with considerable took.days and! many sorties. /
saving of lives during past hur- There are presently six air- ) ..Lw all' day on SaturdaysFOR

ricane seasons. craft assigned to the squadron.The .
.-, "'- Since aerial hurricane re- Navy Super Constellation a
yesto connasissance began in 1943,over marks a new phase in hur-
,. 423 hurricanes and! tropical ricane reconnaissance, chancing YOUR) CONVENIENCE WE OFFER
storms have been investigated. hurricane hunting from visual to >t'
a man who had his heart set on finish Recently attaining the mark of electronic search methods. Cdr. J. V. Lawrence :Jr.. CO of VW 4, charts the recent tour Night Service .
55,000! accident-free flying Powered by four turbo- of the Caribbean on one of the squadrons many maps.. .

\ ing his patio in hours,VW4 logged over 10,000of compound! engines, it cruises at ., .., MONDAY THRU" FRIDAY EVENINGS ; I!'
these long and arduous hoursin 240 miles per hour and is cap- I %L
a GI who wouldn't' until he actual hurricane reconnaiss able of speeds in excess of 300 4 .' f;\. ..
propose Lt J. Llmongelll., a squadron. pilot i Is at the controls.v miles an hour. Volumes of tropical ( .:..'
had alibis bills cleared up.. j,.. ance.A total of 831 penetrations into weather information have Just 10 Minutes From Downtown"'
.....;.....'.. .--- -- the actual "eye" of hurricaneshave been collected and many Improvements -. I !
I 1 4 JL'. ""' *d" .t .NAVYAU67FiSURANE' ,been made. Flying at altitudes ,in hurricanes''fore : "
to who aiwaysdreamed of f WESTSIDE :
j I secretary : a of below 1,000, feet, the casting have been made as a :
week in Acapulco. .. men of VW-4 ride their 70- result of these aircraft.As .
ton Super Constellations into the hurricane season begins --1 I
winds that often reach 150 miles keep in mind the hard FOWKESELECTRONICS
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VW 4 has taken an active guard to ensure your safety. _
pan in Project "Stormfury". They do their \work much of it -i--_- : Sales Service OUR SALES DEPt. WILL CONTINUETO
a photographer who graduated to an Stormfury is a joint Navy and involving fruitless, tiring 15 LI BE OPEN SATURDAYS 8 A.M.. TO 5 P.M.
Weather Bureau (Environ- hour flights over an empty sea i '
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< ', of series of experimentson :iii
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Volunteer Women Finish Class


For Navy- Relief Society- Work ii

Over 30 women were honored a meritorious service award and Mrs. Dean K. Veltman were 600
here Friday morning for their pin.RAdm. hour pin recipients during the
volunteer efforts in the Navy H. H. Caldwell commander ceremony held in the air station's -
Relief Society program. Fleet Air Jacksonville conference room.Receiving .
Twenty two women were pre- addressed the graduates saying 100 hour pins were
sented certificates following "your training will assistour Mesdames Charles D. Parker,
completion of a 30-hour training Navy and Marine Corps families Charles R. Santa John G. Sey-
program; 10 received 100 hour in time of need." mour, Carl D. Simonson. JohnH.
pins for volunteer work; three The admiral remarked that Burton George F. Hardy,
ladies were awarded 600 hour volunteer workers are the back- William G. Kelly Lenhren E.
charms and one lady was given bone of the Navy Relief Societyand Lovett Marvin H. Mason and
women who give up timeto Mrs. Elizabeth Coyle.
assist are helping the Navy
family as a whole.
Business Mrs. K.P. Rehnberg Jr. was COURSE GRADUATES
the Navy Relief's
Associates the 30-hour Navy
meritorious service award and
pin for her efforts in helping Relief Society volunteer course RADM. H. H. CALDWELL congratulates Mrs. K,\ P. Rehnberg
WANTEDAssociates local military families while a were the following ladies from'Jacksonv111e Jr. and presents her a Navy Relief meritoriousservice award
NAS and Cecil Field
volunteer society worker. The : for her volunteer work in the Jacksonville area.
are urgently award signed by Adm. David L.. Mesdames David G. Bennett
needed to share a very fast honorory Navy Re- Bruce W. Brown Gerald F.
growing business opportunity lief chairman.cited Mrs: Rehn- Brummitt James F. Cayse, Marine Corps Seeking
in the Jacksonville area. You for VIggo E. Christiansen BurtonH.
berg her "important con-
can earn a substantial five Cohen. Uncas L. Fretwell
tribution toward the welfare of
Figure income and be your own naval personnel and their de. William F. Green James G. Prep ROTC InstructorsWashington
boss. Jonkowalk. Richard L. Lendahl
The business involves pro- pendents. Bernard J. Loonam Robert C.
viding services which small Admiral Caldwell added his May. -- Headquarters if the retiree utilized the one .
Businessmen want and need. If appreciation and thanked Mrs. Marine Corps is seeking applications such authorized upon retirement.
behalf of.the
Rehnberg on many from retired Marine officers Applicants will be consideredon
you have management or sales Carl C. Mendenhall
she hashelpedintheJacksonville -
people Parker, and enlisted personnel to a competitive basis and will
ability you do not need ex- Navy complex. Osborn Charles D.
perience in this field becauseall John G. Seymour Harold C. fill Instructor billets at Junior be informed of their status as
technical aspects of this RECEIVE PINS Shumpert. Martin J. Stack Wil- ROTC units. soon as possible. Personnel
service are furnished by Na- Mrs. Penato V. Gutierres liam G. Tasker Robert F. Wen- The billets are for three new selected for assignment will be
tional Organization headquarters Mrs., Thomas N. McDowell andCanYou zel, Robert A.Zajichek/ and LCdr. school sites of the eight add- recommended to the school for
In Washington D.C. ..rew Geraldine Witt. WAVE. itional Marine Corps Junior employment as instructors. The '
You also receive thorough ROTC units scheduled to be act- employment and assignment of
and expense free training in Cat*. R. M. H rrlson. NAS ivated in September. instructors is expected to beginin
Washington, D. C.. plus field senior chaplain delivered the Scheduled for activation this late July or August.Traveler .
training.: An investment of TAKE YOUR CAR invocation and benediction during fall are units at Snohomish High
2500.00 is required, School Snohomish Wash} Cath-
WITH YOU? the graduation exercise. TipsFlying
For full information write to: For Financing and Insurance olic High School MemphisTenn;
and Catholic High School Little
Stateside and Overseas. Call First Marines
Rock Ark.Marine military standby can
General Easiness DYER M. BURR Conduct 20th Corps plans call for save military personnel as muchas
the ultimate establishment of 25 half of the commercial air-
Services GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES Marine Junior ROTC units in line fare.

FINANCE CORPORATION Y.rIyR.uNl.n. ., ,"" schools of secondaryeducationby Th following requirements ." !
and ;j
P.0,. Rex 126 r INTERNATIONAL SERVICE'' Washintgon'-- '-'-*Thelstl'Marlne \TY"72..* The program Is designed must be met; personnel must. << '
rom bffer elemenfary military b active within
INSURANCE Division Associatin will to on duty or seven tib
AII..flc'.C. memorate the 25th Anniversaryof training to male high school stud days,of discharge; be on official :
5615 Timuauana Rd. 771-0527 the landing on Guadalcanal ents. leave or pass; be in uniform".:
during its two 20th annual reunion Applications sent to the Com- be traveling at own expense;.9 .
-- -- = this summer, according to mandant of the Marine Corps submit DD Form 1580. '* ,:.-J>
-r : 1 Brig. Gen. Charles L. Cogswell (Code AF), Washington D. C. The airlines suggest.several')'
(USMC Ret.) association presi- 20380 should Include the follow- hints for personnel to follow :'
ing information: ((1)) civilian em- to benefit from the standby pro- '
dent.The association will hold reunions ployment since retirement; ((2) gram:
t \ nlffiI\ t tt on both the East and West area of the country In which the Purchase a ticket immed-
Coasts. The East Coast reunion applicant desires employment as iately after receiving at least
will be held July 27 30 at the an instructor; ((3) civilian educa- five signed copies of DD form .
I\B R2'HiF4rtMtr Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach. tion since retirement; and ((4)a ) 1580. It will be honored by ,
t t t tt West Coast veterans will meet full-length photograph. any scheduled certificated airline': '
July 21 22 at the Marines' Those selected will receive full for its fare value. "
rer Memorial Club in San Francisco. pay and allowances for the gradeor v Military standby travel is on ,
Further information may be rank held at the time of their a space available basis no ad- ":
t t tt obtained by writing to: Executive retirement. However, the move- vance reservations permitted so '"
t 1C Secretary 1st Marine Division ment of household effects or reimbursement make it a point to check in at *
Association Inc., Box 84, Alexandria for travel to the the airline counter as early as
t t tt Va. 22313. school location is not authorized possible. :
The DD Form 1580 will bev-
NOW OPEN TIL MIDNIGHT (thru Labor Day) marked with a standby number '

t t tt to itary extablish standby boarding passengers order.board Mil-,"

e before all other passengers not
::7 eligible for reservations. Standby -

t H r :" ':-j t tt BOATS combar ities is:classified((1)or emergency convalescent into three lave prior-leave; (2) ;

t BEST SEAFOOD CHICKEN ANYWHERE* and ((3) ordinary leave or pass.

I "You.areabout, to take a long trip. I tt I CONVENIENT DRIVE IN PARKING SPACE ''*Standby.baggage is subject to .
the same '1imi ?and'' rules that :,
Don't forget to get your 4621 SAN JUAN AVE. PH: 384-2386 apply to other passengers. *, ,"

t ,ft. travelers checks at t 0
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MOVIES will be shown reg- Merit Promotion Oppor- Commissary: Stores NAS Jack- RII1_ ".,

ularly at the NAS Jax Theatre tunities listed below are cur- sonville Fla.Applications will be ..., ... ... ...... ., .:wD..
at 6 and 8:15: p.m., Monday thru rently open for receipt of ap- accepted any time. For each t:j m m[ ;:j!; : : ;@;: $::M:::1: :!:::::::;: ::$;:::: :;: :i::: :: ::: .::::*::>.
Saturday. There will also be a plications. The area of compe- position, a separate applicationForm
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays. tition and closing date: of each 57 must be filed.

Sundays and holidays. The Hospital bulletin follows: MPB No. 84-67 Accounts Ads shfuld be mailed. tc the Holt Publishing Company..
Theatrewillhaveoneweekly MPB No. 63 67 Architect Maintenance Clerk GS4Area 1950 landing Blvd Jacksonville, Florida 32210 to arrive'
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field GS 9, or 11 Area of con- of consideration All naval activities not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thurs
will have two shows during the sideration Nationwide. Appli- NAS,Jacksonville, Florida. day. Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- cations will be accepted throughthe Applications accepted the following week unless the publisher is 'instructed other-
inees will be shown on weekends close of business June 6. through today. (wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
MPB No. 64 67 be received' WITH the copy for the . at 2 and 5 p.m. Mechanical MPB No. 85-67 Payroll
Engineer (Utilities) GS 9 Clerk GS 4 Area of consideration -
or 11 Area of consideration All naval activities NAS, DO NOT SEND CASH
THURSDAY June I Nationwide. Applications will be Jacksonville, Fla. Applications: RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $2.00

NAS: "OH DAD POOR 1 1AMA'S accepted through the close of will be accepted through the Per additional line ((4 words per (line}. . .osO!
business June 6. of
business today.
MPB No. 72 67 -- Plan D MBP No. 86 67 Adminis-
with Rosalind Russell and Robert -; Grade levels GS 4 and below trative Assistant, GS 7 Areaof FOR RENT OR FOR SALE GOING ON LEAVE: ? TRANSFER?
Morse. ( 86 min) Area of consideration NAS consideration All naval acti- Houses & Apts. Equity VA & We may have a car for your
HOSPITAL: SLEEPING NARF NARTU, CommanderFleet vities NAS, Jacksonville Fla. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. destination all gas and oil paid.
BEAUTY"; Color Fairy Tale. Air Jax, Navy Commis- Applications will be accepted \ Call Powell or Mills USN/Ret. Call or write for information!
( 70 min) Fla.sary Stores', NAS, Jacksonville through the close. of business 264 2411. Orange Park Realty. Future t reservations accepted.
C. FIELD: "WINGS OF EAG- Applications will be accepted today. 561 Northeast 79th St. Rm 226.
at any time. For each posi- MPB No. 87.67 Production Miami, Fla. 305 758 7133.
LES": with John Wayne, Dan
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Computer Programmer (Trainee Applications will be accepted 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Phone Complt. Furn., Air Cond., Lg.
FRIDAY, June 2 ) GS 5 Area of consideration through the close of business 384 4066.. Yd. Orange Park. Will rent to
All naval activities, NAS, by June 5. TAD Personnel or Bachelors -
NAS: "THE COOL ONES"; Jacksonville, Fla. Applicationswill MPB No. 88 67 Property ZIGZAG $30 264 6884.
,with Roddy McDowall and Deb- be accepted through the closeof Disposal Assistant, GS 5 Sewing Machine Like NEW I _
bie Watson. ( 95 Min) business June 6. Area of consideration All nav- Original guarantee. Makesbutton REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS
HOSPITAL: "OH DAD POOR MPB No. 79 67 Plan CAll al activities, NAS, Jacksonville holes sews on buttons, fancy SOLVED WITHOUT OBLIGA -
DAD MAMMA'S HUNG YOU IN semi skilled positionsPay Fla. will be accepted stitches appliques etc.Just pay TION. Homes for $50 and $100
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SO SAD"; with Rosalind Russelland consideration NAS NARTU 1946 anytime. Will deliver. No vestments. We will build for)''Ou.
Robert Morse. ( 86 Min) NARF, Commander Fleet Air 6.MPB No.89-67-Supply Clerk obligations.A Bowen Real Estate Realtor .
C. FIELD: "UP THE DOWNSTAIRCASE" Jax., Navy Commissary Stores GS 4 Area of consideration- WALTER T. BOWEN USN Re-
; with Sandy Den- NAS Jacksonville, Fla. Appli- All naval activities NAS,Jacksonville -1 Sewing Machine Co. tired. 384 1376._
nis and Patrick Bedford. cations will be accepted at any Fla.Applications willbe FOR SALE: 61 VALIANT Good WOODEDLOTS-DOCTORS LAKE

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SATURDAY June 3 arate application Form 57 must business June 6. paint good condition. .$310 fishing. Lovely Homes in area -
be filed. MPB No.90 -67-Supply Clerk EV4-1516 after 4:00: PM a good place to build your home
NAS: "MIRAGE"; with Gre- MPB No. 83-67 Plan B GS 5 Area of consideration or for investment. $35 a month.
gory Peck and Diane Baker.((107 All skilled positions Pay Level NAS, COMFAIRJAX NARTU FOR SALE GELDING -.;SEE Phone 3559031 Mrs Green.
min) 8 and above: Area of consideration NARF Jacksonville, Fla. Applications Paul Rehnberg, ,NAS Jax Stablesor ORTEGA HILLS-SALE OR RENT
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The rumor going around the called at ext. 245. CECIL
'gym these days, says that die For anyone interested in golf W R
weight room is expecting: some tourney the NAS Cecil Field flE1..D
more equipment in the near fu- Men's Golf Association will hold 'o
ture. Maybe a fan will be among their monthly tourney on Sat-
the furnishings also.A urday, June 17 at the Cecil green.

number of retired -navymenare For the track minded men, all
in the process of organizinga those that desire to try to
golf social group. This Cecil qualify for the Interservicetrack Dog
Field Retired Navy Men's Golf and field competition, will Softball Wrapup
Association is not limited just have their chance on Tuesday, Wolfson
to navy personnel at Cecil Field June 6th. A bus will leave NAS Ball Park Games Played
but is open to any retired navy Cecil Field's gym at one o'clock
man. Chief Jim Shellman is in for NAS Jacksonville. Anyone
charge of this club. For information Interested in applying may do AMD/ADMIN were the victorsof
Bill Stott at the Cecil so at the gym. For further Going to the Dogs the game having 12 hits with
Hunter the winning
11 runs. was
Field Golf Pro Shack may he information call ext. 498.SBob's
strikeouts and
pitcher with 14
The commands, "Heel, Stay, Dog Fanciers Association holds allowing only three hits. Reid
and Turn", will replace the cry, its 41st All-Breed Dog Show was the losing pitcher.
Oak Hill "Play Ball" at Wolfsen Baseball and Obedience Trial on Saturday -
Park when the Jacksonville June 3, 1967. With most Weapons came up with the win
Service CenterOpen of the 115 AKC recognized breeds in a close, battle with Medical.
represented, there will be hundreds Medical was leading throughoutthe
of dogs vicing for ribbons entire game until the seventh
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. and trophies from 8 a.m. until inning, when the men from
the show closes at 9 p.m. The Weapons came up with ten runs
coveted the Best in to the score 23 21.
road service & delivery most prize put
Show Trophy will be awarded Sgtlif was the winning pitcherand
mechiiiic OB dety..Awericsn & Fereigi Curs shortly before the close of the Wood was the losing pitcher.
show. A special trophy will be
103rd & James Rd. presented for the Best Local Seger was the hurler for the
771-9156 Jacksonville, Fla. Dog in Show. The American winning team and Botterman
Boxer Club Inc. will considerthe the loss for Supply's team.
Boxer Classes as its spec-
; ialty show and there will be a Lea was charged with
: large number of prizes in each striking out three of the Condors
: t
c-t;, o ')L'' class. If you own have owned, while walking 14 of their men.
r "\, ,, or wish you owned a dog, you Nine strike outs were chargedto
.t fJl, .:.,,;, """ """ _' .....,,;o.,t\4".i.: ,,'..>.; ;:(."(., will find this show especially Garcia, the losing pitcher
THIS Champion Caroleen Bettina entertaining and informative. while walking only two men.

WEEK-ENI 7 ; ScheduleThursday

Blackshoes Bowling ChampThe June I

DRIVErtoA 5:30 VA-72 Bluehawks vs
"Blackshoes" of the Mili- The AMD keglers fought it out VA-174 Hellrazors at B Cir.
tary Personnel Office, with three during the final playoff and had North.
men rolling a 500 plus series the winning hand only once,during 7:30 AMDADMINvsVFP62at
took two out of three games the three gamesby pins in the B Cir. North.
from AMD and clinched the title third game played. 5:30 VC-4 vs VA-45 Black-
as Cecil Field's: Bowling Champs. The "Blackshoes" will now go birds at B Cir. S.
Th'"Blackshoest also capturedfirst on to face the winning intramural Monday, June 5
place position In the.Tuesday bowling teams from NAS Jacksonville 7:30 Weapons (Gold) vs

I Early bowling last.. .*.'week."* withoutmuch -- andNASMayport.' This ''NAMTD at B Cir. N. ,
will be to determine the'wihning
difficulty. 5:30 Smoke Eaters (OPS)
hf b Bo Wymer ((541), Ed Burns team of the local Jacksonvillearea vs Marine Barracks at B Cir. S.
k ((532)), and Roger ,Fortney ((502)) military bases.
Talc the :$ left the attack as the men from Paul Worthy had a 462 and Ar- Tuesday, June 6
Short Rout 1 MILPERS posted a 2695 scratch renondo a 430 to boast the 5:30 VA-174 Hellrazors vs
toDAYTONA series in the three game champ- "Blackshoes" in the winning VA-45 Blackbirds at B Cir. N.
ionship playoff. circle.KiSi)1 7:30 Medical vs VC-4 at
5:30 Marine Barracks vs
AMD/ADMIN at Weapons Field.
Auj'I PIZZA B4NTRY 7:30 NAMTD vs VA-72 Blue-
) hawks at B Cir. S.

/ Wednesday, June 7
7:30 VA-174 Condors vs

4;; ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI 5:30: -Supply Weapons(Gold)
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"PIZZA". StandingsTEAM

VA-44 Hornets 9.0
JOB un.-Thurs. 4pm- 77:30pT VA-174 Hellrazors 6 0
DAYTONA BEACH FUN t, Friday 4pm'lam VFP-62 8 1
q Saturday llam-lam AMD/DMIN 6 1

3619 Blending Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 VA-45 Blackbirds 6 2
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VA-72 Blue Hawks 4 4 .
VC-4 3 6

Children" under MONEY IN 1 DAY Medical Weapons Gold' .1-3 ,**," 7 6 .

VA-174 Condors! '/ l' 6
12 stay free :Yr ,. Smoke Eaters (OPS) 1 7
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''I Intramural Scoreboard Jax Fliers ,Win ,Four' inConference's .

VW-4Unbeat: InlO Softball Outings 1st WeekThe

While Wednesdays AFEE The standings as of Monday
Dispensary contest was can- noon: Jax Navy Flier Softball Although he' walked five, under
celled, the American League had American League V team, intent on duplicating last hander Don Steward of VP 45
four other games played. COM- Team Won Lost Pcf. year's Sixth Naval District allowed only one Cecil hit. lax
FAIRJAX defeated NARF 12 -3, Hospital 11 1 .917 championship, opened regular left 10 men stranded on base-
the 679th Air Force/jumped on the VAP-62 10 1 .909 season Florida/Georgia Inter- Cecil six.
Marine Barracks, 14 4, VAP COMFAIRJAX 8 3 .727 service Conference: play by win- Two hits and a wild pitch in
62, prevailed over the Wea- Dispensary 7 4 .636 ning a pair of doubleheaders from the first inning here Saturday
poneers, 2-1 and the Hospital. Weaponeers 6 5 .545 rival Cecil Field Friday and Sat- proved to be enough in the clos-
bumped FAW-11, 7-1. Marine Barracks 5" 6 .455 urday, 5 1, 10 0, 21 and est ((2-1)) affair of the
In Thursday's big one, VW-4 FAW-11 3 8 .273 10-1. series. McClure chalked up
maintained their National League 679th Air Force 2 9 .182 Shortstop Ron Bell. leftfielder his second win in as many
mastership and ran their season AFEES 2 9 .182 Bob Brown and secondbaseman nights, going the distance and
streak to a perfect 10-0 wth a NARF 2 10 .167 Willie Miller provided the Flier striking out 10 along the way.
7-3 win over rival VP-45. Other National punch in Friday's opener at the The two first frame hits by Mil
games saw VP-30 brushing off Team League opposition's field. Each had ler and Bell were however, all
Administration, 10-1, NARTU VW-4 Won 10 Lost Pet. two hits of an eight hit :'flier the Fliers could muster off los-
with its offense as gallant as NARTU 9 0 1.000 attack. Winning pitcher Von Mc- er Burton of Cecil.
its defense jumping on hapless VP-30 7 1 .900 Clure allowed four Cecil hits The bats were more productivein
Aircraft Maintenance ?,5-1, VP-45 6 2 .773 and struck out 11, on the way to the second game as 30 men
FAETU scoring 4'to Communi- Aircraft Malnt." 5 2 .750 the win. went to the plate for the Fliers.
cation's 2 and Supply dumping FAETU 4 .556 Flier bats tagged losers They had 11 hits and 10 runs
MARTD. 11-8. 4 6 .400 Walker and Burton for 11 hits to show for their efforts.
Administration 4 6 .400 LUCK ON THE LINKS has cometo
Today's league schedule has in the nightcap 10-0 sweep.
VP-30 meetingNARTU ina 5 p.m. Supply 3 7 .300 NARF engineer Nick Puli-
Nlackroth Field game, followedby Air Operations 3 7 .300 gnano twice here. December
Communications 2 8 .200 29 the golfer notched his first WESCONNETT
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Swaim of Navy SupportShips
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rels.From Washington D. c., the Distaff Golfers HonoredIndividual ?
headquarters of the National Rifle
Association reports say the Mid flight winners in the
shipmen have won colleigate Officers Wives Golf Association
championships in conventional Championship Tournament were
and international pistol. and honored following the wrapupof
conventional and international the four day affair May 16. @

rifle. According to the, best Winner- Championship Flight tt ,
available Information, this ,Awas ..Mrs-F. B., Miller Run I t '.
marks the first time that any institution ner.up'jMr,: .J ED.'Aaeti6er-; .1i s -.t.
has collected ,all the ry. SEE REDDICK LYONS : '
major collegiate shooting prizes.In Taking top honors in the a.THE
For Complete,Services
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collegiate individuals championsin was Mrs. E. J. Mills. INVESTMENTS WHITEWALL
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This Saturday is the big day long awaited by most of our distance John's Regatta, sponsored by
racing sailors The Mug Race is the event, Palatka is the place the Florida Yacht: Club. The
I and 9 a.m. is the time. Anything goes, as longas it has sail on it races are held on both June 10 'C
and the devil take the hindsmost. As >a matter of absolute fact, the and 11 and include the Florida #
last man in gets a small token consolation prize in the form of a State Bantam Championships.A [
miniature paddle;. isn't that! right Bob Marshall? tradition long associated with
By the time this is published the winning of the Bantam Championship -
our team race with St. John's for the boat in Jacksonville how- is that of filling the :
River Junior College will be his ever. Mr. Alloorn may be winner's cup with booze and at WILSON :
tory. Team members for the race contacted for particulars concerning passing it around for all hands.
were: LouCaron/Scott Mathews, purchases. If you have any aspiration for
Dan Ccberlyand Jim Elections of officers will be thechampionship: you have better &BLANDING
GlissonThe ? Is because the first order of business at bring $25 with you. By the,
I don't know who their crews this month's Navy Jacksonville way, since the Spring Series
wereat this time. In any event, Sailing Club meeting Wednes- was so short, points earned in PHONE SPi1341or
I hope that they have 100ft better day. NJSC officers serve a the regatta will count towardsthe
luck than the last brush we had 6 month term from January to series standings.The $ :{;;{}frf;''{ SP1-6601 'rvyf+ :+j } :c Nti:

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behooves all members to be with two sessions from '8:30 66 MALIBU SUPER SPORT 396 V/8. $2495

present for voting.A a.m. 11:30 a.m.and 12:30 p.m.- 4 Speed, R & H, All leather interior with Marina
big event coming up next 3:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Blue.
weekend will 'be the annual St. Thursday and Friday.
66 CHEV. SS Convertible . ,. .$2595 :
,1"\\' Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, Yellow Blk

= 4JM ,fix. ,, Interior, 9,000 Miles.
Would You Believe. .

Is i ;2lP for the best deal In auto, scooter, Heater Solid Blue.,
or home (mobile, top) insurance steering Power brakes Auto/trans., R- .

11/' in town, call or drop by & H.

I Vri INSURANCE Solid Red, V/8, Auto/trans., R & H.
A r tb haw AGENCY
tfOtfMANDY BLVD (Oppose Wort/si/ 3tf9'WE / Air Cond., V/8, Auto/trans., Power Steering,

THISTLE Get Mom Out of The Hot Kitchen U4ed '

The feature boat this 'week is
the Thistle.Principal dimensionsof
the Thistle are: length, 17 THF .MON TH OF JUNK
feet, beam,' 6 feet, draft,- 6 C I .
inches. B. U. 4 feet, 6 inches, Fried SHRIMP Dinner ant '
sail area 175 square feet
plus a 100 squarefood splnnaster. 65 IMPALA SUPER SPORT.$2195
There are 16 Thistles in the 327 V/8 Auto/trans., Power steering Power
Jacksonville area most of them Brakes, Fact. Air Cond., Extra clean,. Solid
sailing from the FYC as one 3438 BLANDING Blue.
of, their club sponsored boats.
Nationally, there. are 2300 Cedar River 66 CHEVY II NOVA 4DR . . $1895 ,
Thistles. Instrumental in bringing Auto/trans., V/8 Fact. Air Cond., Solid Beige
the boat to ,the area was PH.771-55S1 Blue Interior.
Frank Allcorn, now a resident 66 '
of'Jacksonville, who has been a OPEN DAILY 11:30 AM IMPALA SPORT COUPE.$2195
Thistler from the time the boat's V/8 Auto/trans., R & H. .
design was first conceived. As TAKE-OUT SERVICE .
it is a centerboard boat, the ITCHE$
Auto/trans., V/8. Power steering R.&. H.-Sol-
Thistle can be hauled by trailer. .
The owner may participate in the id Color, W/S/W. ",a. ,. ,'. '. '
I 'f H "" 'MtR CHANNEL (i AN.MUM'I' IH NJ[ HU\HI"II I : I '
regattas held at Tampa,Orlando,' 65 MALIBU SPORT COUPE.$1895 .
Atlanta and other places nearby : 'O < \Nl | !.'> HI'! hi \ .... \1\11111111:1' .... SS V/8 R & H.
where there are active fleets.An ...
: PI \II.I .B\\l1 i ; i i si I\K; i
interesting fact about the ThistleIs # 66 CHEVROLET 4 DR. .. f < . -. $2295 ,
that, most of them are raced Air Cond., V/8 Auto/trans., Power steering
by families. A new Thistle in Power brakes W/S/W.
racing condition, may be pur- Ifaw eessflJ.oGET
chased for about $2500. ( with THATBIG 66 CAPRICE 4 DR HARD/TOP, '; $2895
trailer). They are available in Cash? ; V/8 Auto/trans.. Air Cond.. Still,. In Warranty. .
.. .
both fiberglass and molded ply- "" 'r- '
wood, either of which is equally 65 CHEVROLET BIS.'4 DR. .. .,.f I. '. ;:" 1495'SS :
competitive. No, dealer exists R &. H. V/8. ,'t- ..
OHM_MONTH_HIM I 63 CHEVROLET ,WAGON. ..' .; '. ."'. $995 i\ ,

JAX GREATEST $You CMh $412 $512 $,fOO Auto/trans., New Paint 6 Cyl.. R & ,H. ,

FURNITURE cut OKBeneficial 64 IMPALA A DR, HARD/TOP. . .< $1495 ,
1 =J, $23.00 $21.00 $32. 0 I IIJtow Fact. Air., V/8, Auto/trans., Power steering. .

VALUES'' .efJfhlllll npeyIIII teen I.m.d. .'her. e...1-_1111 cent or Solid Turq.v: W/S/W, Extra, Extra Sharp.

WHOLESALE 'ot elMr,. P.ri.dc, .,.' (fI..1. _...--..... If.1 ..:., "J 65 MUSTANG AIR COND. .. $1795

PRICE TO EVERYONE R Auto/trans., V/8 Power steering, R & H. XX
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Sharp Maroon White'Top.

Why "keep em -
Suspense may be fine on TV-but when you want cash, Beneficial 67 55 "396" CHEVELLE 53837.30 PRICE
knows you want. It right now. That's why we make every effort to spore Coupe, Auto/trans., Power 'steering -
give the fastest service In town-Big O.K. service-often in Power Brakes, fSttro T pelt 53237.30 OUR
minutes. Friendliest, tool Call up and find out! Wood Steering Wheel Vinyl Top Mag, PRICE
Wheels Red Line Tires, Black Bucket

SURPiUSGOOPS Beneficial Finance Co.of Jacksonville MQn. fri' 8:30 A. M. 'til 9:00 P. M.
STORE : Set. 8:30: ) A. M. 'til 8:00 P. M.
DISCOUNT Next to Winn-Dixie Phone:388-9374 /
S*eke f....IUI.1 l.*<./MTV tto Open-Sundar 12 noon 'til 6:00 P. M.
S..pb.*.Melt wkit,....IM IMWMI.flle. '


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