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June 15, 1967


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!!( VOL. 25 WO. 12 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION.iJACKSONVILLl, : SfcfSoA JUNE 15, 1967


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: <::: ,I for Middies at Air Station-

Over 800 midshipmen from leges and .TheNavywide for' 1,410 NROTC midshipmen
I the U. S. Naval Academy will summer training is scheduled second class will consist of
be getting a look at the Navy's to continue until September 5.Ships three weeks of aviation orienta-
i aviation arm this summer in the of the U. S. First Second tion at the Naval Air Station,

Jacksonville area. Sixth and Seventh Fleets Corpus Christ Tex., and three
, Scheduled to arrive' in three will provide at sea training weeks of amphibious: training at
f groups on June 27, July 25 and for 2.440 first class midshipmen either the. Naval Amphibious
August 16,. this will be the first and 2,700 third class Base, Little Creek, Va., or Coronado -
contact with fleet aviation for midshipmen. Calif.Diver.
. many of the future officers, Included are 57 who will
Indoctrination periods into train in Polaris submarines
'!' fighter light attack, reconnaissance scheduled for two month Tops
patrol and photographictype patrols. An additional 55 first-
aircraft are scheduled for class midshipmen Will participate -
here and Cecil Field.A in the Midshipmen Foreign May Sailor
highlight of the middies stay Exchange Program with 18 different
here will be a dance at the of- nations.
ficers' club for each group. The Marine base at Quantico Selection
The training here is pan of Va., will sponsor training for 250
the summer program for appro- NROTC ,students for six weeksof BMl James W. Lewis receiveda
ximately 7,800 midshipmen from field maneuvers. certificate and congratulations
the academy and 53 NROTC,col The summer training program'Soots' from Capt. Martin J. Stack, roof
NAS, Jax upon his winning of
i the Serviceman of the Month A-
March Jax
on ward for May,
During the ceremonies in his
Saturday, 92 young men came aboard the air station, and withina office Capt. Stack said that LewIs -
matter of hours NAS Jax took on the appearance of a boot training was a model of emulation for
R "r41 N camp. all personnel assigned to the
The Summer Accelerated Training Program ,at NARTU Jax is station as well as all in the wide
These six Vietnamese air force officers /leave HAS Jax tomor. the reason,why these men have reported to the station. Th program organization of the Navy.

row following fen: week of studies q.r ATTC, .Tfiey are scre.Vu'y will 'consist of an 85-day basic military training schedule and Navy Lewis Isa 'newly assigned :

., .,_ 4 ,tQ+ ie home"" ,m'n, *{ /v/y/ following/ [ : stay. '-' .HAJ Jfta ujse. M-4y* di4Ptiiit1 '!bQ *. I petty officer in charge, of the of Water .:iI.,;:,
Lemoore, Call//f.. "J** *" 'The program Is designed allow .tKf military SurvIvalTraining-'Fejiin the*
advancement examination for E-3 prior to graduation. Thus the Air Operations Department.
airman recruit, if he has sufficient time in service by graduation may this capacity, he directs the effort
Six Vietnamese Finish depart the unit this fall as a qualified airman. of the team qualifying 'some ,",
After preliminary check-in Saturday, the young recruits were given 200 pilots and alrcrewmen each
h time to make a clean sweep-downof their new living spaces. The remainder month in swimming and water
of the afternoon was spent filling out forms for their medical survival virtually without sup.
Navy Ordnance ClassSix records prior to their physical the following day. ervision.
Following filling out medical records, the "boots" were issued In his letter of nomination for
the famous Navy "ditty bag" -- containing everything from station- the monthly award it was stated
Vietnamese student air problem for some of the officersbut ery to a safety razor. that Lewis' "willingness to
force officers depart the Naval they have nevertheless fared The first day of boot camp ended at 9:30 p.m. with "taps. readily accept responsibilityand
Air Technical Training Center well in this country. When language -' On Sunday the battalion proceeded to the NAS Dispensary for quickly learn all phases of
here tomorrow following ten (failed personality often their physicals. The new recruits underwent complete examinationsfrom any assignment make him an
weeks of studies at the Aviation came to the front. One was rewarded hearing tests to immunization shots. invaluable asset to any organization
:.;. Ordnance School. with a hand-made cigar The check in procedure was completed Monday morning with the ,ItThe
In the United States for nine when he made a whistle from a recruits filling out their personal record verification. letter further stated,"His
months they arrived at Lack small piece of a banana leaf. After completing all the necessary paperwork the recruits began mature nature firm leadership,
land AFB, Tex., last October to In spite of their amusing and their program of training with a familiarization Watch, Quarter, and adept. use of tact and dip-
"i' begin schools at two Air Force more serious activities here, and Station Bill. This was followed by a sea bag inventory. lomacy enable him to cope
bases the air station here and the men are anxious to get backto Tuesday boot camp went in high gear with military drill,,fire, with the wide range of super-
.. one in California. their homeland. Vietnamthe drill and bunk and locker inspections. iors and subordinates he encounters ?
Following English studies at family is very close and the For the remaining days of their stay at NAS, Jax the recruits daily with afluent'ease."
.... Lackland the Vietnamese went students say they miss their will undergo the same procedures and training as most sailors do Among his accomplishments
.. to Lowry AFB Colo., where parents, wives, and children at San Diego or Great Lakes. Lewis is a first Class Diver.
. they completed an ammunition One of them became a father MARCHING FORMATIONSAll Lewis resides at 4500 120thSt.
. officers' course. the day before he left Saigon ., Jacksonville, with his wife
While attending the aviation and another became a father motorists aboard the station are asked to pay special attentionto Delia and children Robert ((4)
ordnance school here the while studying here. the recruits as they march along the highways of the station. Be and Barbara ( 3 mos.)
officers were trained In the hand extremely careful while driving, and exhibit patience and co -
ling of aviation weapons and electrical 'Hup 1 2 3' operation with this new training activity.
circuits of Jet aircraft Cdr. e.I.....
flown by the SouthVietnam Air

Force. H..ds Y&11-62
The six Vietnamese.. will travel ,
! to NAS Lemoore, 'Calif., for a
, Heavy Photographic Squadron
brief before returning to
62 will get a new commanding,
Vietnam In July. officer'at ceremonies here tomorrow -
r r While In Jacksonville, the officers whenCdr.Frank S.Cole-

had many opportunities to t man relieves Cdr. Harry F.Bry

r Vietnamese : .. :: : ,, r ant.Commander Coleman reportedto

and civilian. VAP-62 as executive officerin
, They have stayed in American
April 1966 after a tour with
; homes gone deep sea and fresh
Heavy Attack Squadron 10.
water fishing, visited Silver
i Music for will
. the ceremony
Springs, Marineland and St.
.I be supplied by the Commander
Augustine. Fleet Air Jacksonville Band.
Other activities included touring -
COMFAIRJAX Chief of Staff
i a college campus and being -
Capt. P.K. Blesh. will attendtomorrow's
various civilian club
guests at u.
change of commandand '
functions in the Jacksonvillearea.
R n is expected to address the
.f the squadron following personnel
Tuesday they went to
mayor's office, to a city com
I missioners' meeting, to the photo squadrons new executive -
officer, Cdr. Norris An-
Times-Union to see a newspaper
r being printed, and to Channel 92 RAW RECRUITS ARE MARCHING along the streets around. NARJU oreo of the air sta. derson, reported here from
. to watch a live TV program. tlon and will be doing so for the next three months. Motoristsstay alert and give formation Heavy Attack Squadron 123. He
previously served at the Naval
Communication was a partial the right of way. Academy.

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2 JAX AIR HEVtS/AFTERBVRHfft June. 15, 1967

Letters for Freedom

:) V tne ServIce ; xN
"It's up to every American to fight for the treedom we hold so
dear.; If we don't, the smells of free air could become dark and

damp as in a prison ,cell."
This was written is a letter by Army PFC Hiram D. Strickland ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
last year which won the George Washington Award from the Freedoms
Foundation. Edward's Chapel
Strickland never received the award. It was presented to his \, ,, t
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SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m. 'i'
family because he was killed in Vietnam defending the freedom he
and 11 a.m.DAILY l'1
held so dear. '
This freedom for which so many have sacrificed their lives on MASS - 11:45 a.m. :

the. battlefields of the world is the for the 1967 Freedoms SATURDAY MASS ---IO:45l11.m. il
"bases. .1 J i CONFESSIONS - Saturday L" (
,, (!. \t WAY 0, ',. 4;: 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.7 7:30 p.m. _

'/ LETTER OF APPRECIATION /Is presented/ Copf. W///fom//

\. U.S. Naval Hospital H. Harden, Senior Fire Inspector of the HAS Jax Fire Depart

ment, by fire chief/ D. R. Moron (right) while Captain/ Harden's
SUNDAY MASS - -8 a.m.
and wile look on.
""' son Rusty Mar/our//
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I Rilf 11 ANIY S
r Aar n Aw rAU Farewell. Luncheon

1fJI! 1fII't Saint Chapel I .

$,;.... ,.;: DIVINE SERVICE 10a.m.
Fire Fighter
: SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m. Honors
'Foundation Awards Program. This year's subject is, "FreedomMy -- Chapel Annex, Bldg 722
Heritage, My Responsibility." CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
. Every serviceman and, woman on active duty is eligible to submit Chapel Center, Bldg. 751 Seniprfjre inspector of the through the ranks from fire
as many entries as he desire. Each entry may be in the form ofa WEDNESDAY I NAS Jax Fire Department, Cap- fighter to senior fire inspector.
letter, essay, or mal not less than 100 nor more than 500 wordsin Choir Rehersal -'. 7 p.m. tain William H. Harden Jr.Vas While, attached to the NAS Jax
length. Entries must be sent to Freedoms Foundation, Valley THURSDAY guest of honor at a farewell fire department Harden was the
Forge, Pa., 19481; prior to November 1. Young Adult Group 7 p.m. luncheon held at the fire depart- representative for fire protec-
Members of the armed forces may also compete for the other Christian Science Service ment last week.Volunteering. tion and pevention. for the sta
Freedoms Foundation awards offered. Dependents of service for a two-year tion. He trained both military
members, who are not eligible to enter the Letter Awards Pro- SECOND tvDlD Y;f ;chtt-\; position as chief fire inspectorat and civilian personnel in the pre-

gram may compete for awards in other categories. Chapel Women's! : Guild the Naval Station, Subic Bay, vention of fire for the fire war-
Additional information on the Freedoms Foundation Awards Pro- .:. -9:30a.m. Philippines Harden is scheduledto den program.
gram may be obtained by writing to Freedoms Foundation, Valley (Chapel Center) leave here Monday,and expectsto Captain Harden received a
Forge, Pa., 19481. arrive at Subic Bay July 1. letter of appreciation from Fire
When you submit your' entry be sure to include your full name U.S. Naval Prior to Joining the fire department Chief D.R. Moran, in appreciation -
rank service number, branch of service, organization, and your Hospital Harden served four yearsin of "outstanding service"
home state address. (AFNB) the Navy attached to the crash performed while attached to the
SUNDAY SERVICE10 a.m. and fire department. fire department. .

June's Special DayBy Traffic Upon discharge from the Navyin As a final word before leaving
1946 he worked for the Industrial NAS Jax, Captain Harden quoteda

Jan Mercurio ViolationsThe Relations Departmnthere. sign located in the fire pre-
In 1950 he joined the forcesat vention class room, "It's plain
Every year during the month of June, thoughts turn to wedding following is a report of the fire department as a fire good hoss sense to practice fire
bells and brides the coming of summer. and a long season of "
motor. vehicle accidents and fighter. He worked his way prevention.?
baseball, swimming and summer vacations. Yet perhaps the most traffic violations for the period
important thing that 'comes to everyone's mind during this magical June 6 June 12.
month is that very special day,called Father's Day. Number of Accidents:
The first suggestion for honoring fathers is believed to have
This week aboard the station--9
belonged ,to./ Mrs., John Bruce Dodd of Spokane,', Wash. Records Total,Accidents this through
show'that1dea.occurred to Mrs.; 1909 when she wanted
June 12------------ 165
: tribute to her father 'who had
to pay special own successfully
Number of Accidents through
reared a family of children after the death of their mother.
June 12.1966---------170
She wrote a letter to the Reverand Conrad Bluham presidentof
the Spokane Ministerial Association, proposing that the third Total number of days since last
Sunday in June be designated as a special day, for honoring fathers. injury in a motor vehicle acci-
association dent - - -' 31
The .approved the proposal and the first Father's Day

celebration was held there on June 17, 1910. Number of Violations:
However, knowledge of the celebration did not spread far, for in This Week - - 29 ah q
years to follow others suggested and proposed days for the ob- yc l.
Speeding - - 7
sevance of Father's Day.
Reckless Driving - --none
In 1911 ,Harry C. Meek, president of the Uptown Lions Club of 4
Going through Stop Sign -
Chicago proposed an observance of Father's Day on the third Other Violations18
Sunday in October.

In May 1913, a story appearing in the Portland Oregonian alludedto Twenty-four drivers appeared
the fact that the people of Vancouver, Wash. believed that the before the Traffic HearingBoardat

celebration of Father's Day originated there. the meeting held on Tuesday.
Ten years ,after the first celebration in Spokane, Mrs. Walter Disposition of the cases includedthe
Hamlet Burgess, of Drewy's Bluff, Va., took out a charter establishing following: eight lost driving
a national Father's Day and had it registered in the U.S. and parking privileges aboard 1
Patent Office; however when she learned of Mrs.-Dodd's activities, station for various periods; nine
she-withdrew her claims. were assigned to complete an GIVING SHOTS Is not a pleasant job, but a most vital one administered .
President Woodrow Wilson recognized Father's Day along with the eight-hour course in remedial daily by Navy corpsmen.
people of Spokane in 1910. During their first celebration, he pushed driving at NATTC; none were
a button in Washington unfurling the American Flag which symbolized assigned to complete a six hour
the beginning of what has become a national American holiday. course in remedial driving' at Hospital Corpsmen Hold

Jax Police Academy; nine received -
Clowns DOI't
suspensions; seven were
given warnings; one was 69th Annual AnniversarySaturday
Cdr. J. T. Dimino, CHC smissed; four were fined(U.S.

The life of a circus clown is not as funny as many think. Commissioner); and five referred marks the 69th an- Although the -sep-
as a
Jules was a clown in a travelling circus. He was married and hada to commanding officersfor niversary of the Hospital!! CopS. erate unit of the corps Medical De'partment ,
little boy, Frankie whom he loved very much. possible disciplinary action. Corpsmen throughout the Navy dates back to 1898,
The circus stopping one night in a small Wisconsin town,
was and Marine Corps will be its history is as old as the Navy
Jules had an unusually funnyact which was completely new. Just as Twenty tour drivers were celebrating this most importantday. itself.
the clown was about" to go out for his act, he received a telegram: assessed 95 points. In the 1940's the Navy insti-
"Frank is dying. .
That was his .boy far away in New York. The band was playing, tuted a training program for
the crowd was cheering people were laughing and shouting, and medical assistants who, desig-
there stood the clown with tears streaming down his make up. JAX 1MEWS nated as.surgeon's stewards became -
He heard a voice:' "Come Jules we are waiting for you." the forerunners of the mod-
With a breaking bean .the clown had to out into the arena and ern Navy hospital corpsmen.

make people laugh. The JAX AIR HEWS .is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Prior to this time, corpsmen
Each of us has hardships to bear, and yet somehow we must carryon ; distributed were referred to as 'loblolly'
/ each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air boys" whowere considered the
with the daily routine of our lives. And often in the midst of f
worrying over our own suffering we forget that others around us have Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt/ Publishing/ least necessary or important
their particular hardships. Company, a private firm. All Copy ',submitted, use in members of a ship.s crew, and

After telling the story of the Good Samaritan,Jesus Christ concluded the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public had as their duties merely help-
with the advice: "Go and do thou in like manner." Affairs Office, Box 2, Jacksonville, by .noon ing the ship's surgeons.
Thank goodness-Very few of us ever come upon a man bleeding or on Monday before publication. News Items are welcomedfrom Toaay the hospital corpsmanIs
considered one of the most
half dead. But there are other injuries besides those inflictedby
ell sources- Telephone EV 9-77IJ J, Ext. 6162. vital members of His
blows and bullets., Though we may never meet bruised bodies, any crew.
every day we meet dozens of bruised hearts Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and jobs and duties are many and to

With hanging head, too many of us have to confess that we are queries concerning such should be directed to: him very often the credit for
thoughtless cold. 'and complaining toward too many people every The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Bl/an ding Blvd. saving a man's life which other-
day. We forget thai the man In the next bunk may have a sick mother Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 367 4JS1 whatsoever.The would. not have any chance
that the telephone operator may have :a spilling headache, that

the Instructor's baby may not be well, that the man driving the VOL. 25 NO. 12 JUNE 15, 1967 Hospital Corps of 1967is
next car may be worried about his serious financial obligations. a modem and highly trained
To the bruised)ieartSwtw.; meet every day each of us should be unit. hey are the lighting
the Good Samaritan. man's best friend.


June 75, 1967_ JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3Srmmor .
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Rending Program Optus CF Recreation

Program Starts I New Books] at LibraryBy I ITIm

Summer recreation prgrams Sharon Arnold, Librarian

$ have been established for dependents -
of military personnel INTRUDERS: The Inva- individuals, corporations, id
stationed at Cecil Field. The sion of Privacy by Governmentand government agencies to spy on
programs were designed to develop Industry, by Senator Edward one another lie shows how even
Individual abilities in archery Long. What does the law really an average citizen may unknow-
C e f w r golf, tennis, swimming, say about the invation privacy- ingly become the stb jest of a
bowling, weight lifting, and and why is it continually flouted, mall cover, a lie detector,a telephone -
ceramics. I not merely by private investigators tap. psychological tests,
The sessions, conducted dur- but by the law enforcers on any ot several other infringements -
themselves? Senator Long, on individual liberty senator -
ing the off school season, are
I free to all participants, bowling Chairman of the Senate Subcommittee Long suggests an approach
and swimming excepted. Bowl- on Administrative and legislation compatible with
Practice and Procedure, explores both democratic institutions and
dime ,swim-
ing costs a per game
ming one dollar per person,swim this question and many the needs of law enforcement.A .
fees not exceed$3.00 per f fami others. He reveals the wide- foreword hs been written by
: i' -- ly. The swimming fee must accompany spread use of wiretapping and Vice President. Hubert H.
other eavesdropping devices by Humphrey.
dependents' application ... ........
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jI.- forms, and it is non ; 1 I" ::: vstiv .ti fih'S
._. __ able regardless of number of -
Getting reacfy" or a summer of reading at fh:*,CcFeW/ / library' sessions attended.In t HARL.EYDAVIDSOIMNew I

are Nina, Anne, Julie/ Melanie/ and DIxie Mays, and Mary and whole order summer to participateduringthe season, de- '

Dave Holton. pendents' applications must be ----L- e0? .

The young Jet set is blastingoff 'Do they like adventure? Unde'r completed and signed by their SPORTCYCLES UsedOIL
at Cecil Field with the Aerospace The Pirate Flag by Hyde, High military sponsors by June 19. -
Reading Club, a summer Country Adventure, by Rumsey, Applications received after this
date will be processed> applicants FREE INSPECTION ACCESSORIES
reading program for youngsters. and Boys In The Revolution by ; .0
Reading Is the in thing for these Coggins, are guaranteed to thrill permitted to participate
For in programs' desired one week ; 6431 oos.velt Blvd. s.}
young people. The objective of any young adventurer. teens afterwards. AD AM'EC 8
the program is to promote becoming interested in cars,The Monday, at NAS Jax J04-1 oyu raNttttK -O
reading during thesummervaca- Magnificent Jalopy by Tomerlinor Programs will begin tott>X<->X m- :::: :;:; :;: % : : : : :
June 26, and continue through :XC4 :<4C40 <>>&W tion months. Names of membersare Pistons and Powderpuffs by '
posted on the reading club Olsen should satisfy. Boys who August 11. Beginners' swimmingis -
chart, which records the numberof are sports enthusiasts will relish scheduled Wednesdays
10:30 11:30 a.m., at
books each member has read. Roger Crozier: Daredevil Goalie
At the end of the summer, each by Cohen, as well as The Incomplete the EM' and'C&F poojs.\ Golf
lessons are to be''givenThdrsdays -
member who has read twenty Pitcher by McCormick.
9 to 10 a.m., tennis inst- THIS
books will receive a 'certificate Girls will delight InTrina'sBoxcar -
attesting to his accomplishment.A by Martin or Requiem for a ruction Mondays.for 10 11 a.m.9- WEEK-ENI
is Tuesdays,
Bowling set
of children's Princess by Arthur.
large shipment r
11 Archery, also Tuesdays,
and young people's books, pur- Mrs. Sharon Arnold, Cecil a.m. i
from 1-2 A
will be at
chases with a donation from the Field's Librarian, encourages p.m.
Ave. and 6th St. Ceramics instruction -
Cecil Field Officers'Wives Club, adults to keep up with their Thurs- DRWE
will given
is expected soon. reading this summer also. The
days l' 2:30 at Special
has wide selection of p.m.
Whatever the interests are library a
hobbies of children, they will find books for both adults and Services, Bldg. 4. Weight lift-
ing for boys will be on Mondays
books the library. children.
enjoyable at
from 1-2 p.m. In gym.
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Navy Exchange Buyer Attends Naval Historical Foundation f fIs

New Jewelry Clinic in Broeklyn I'

Seeking ContributionsOfficials
Mrs. Frances Lewis, buyer at Retail Merchandising Division.In s
the Navy Exchange participated Ina
three day Jewelry clinic In addition to bulk, box and of the Naval Historical These papers span the entire
Brooklyn which ended Friday. fashion jewelry for men, women, Foundation a private organization history of the Navy, from the
This Is the thirteenth such clinic teenagers and children, there founded in 1926 for the Revolutionary War to the space
sponsored by the U. S. Navy were classic styles on display : I purpose of acquiring and preser- age. The cost of this projectis
Ship*s Store Office (NSSQ),which for exchange personnel to __h ving artifacts and documents of expected to total $43,000. ,
Is headquarters for the world examine and order if they historical value to the Navy, are The second project undertaken
wide Navy Resale System of exchanges desired. requesting contributions.The concerned refurbishment and expansion -
commissary stores andshlp's foundation is financially of the TruxtumDecaturNaval
Many of the items shown have
stores afloat.Merchandise not been available to commercial 4't,1 supported by contributins which Museum. This museum
personnel from are tax exempt and dues from its displays the material consideredto
retail '
as yet. Navy exchanges -
1,900 members. be of most significant his-
Navy Exchanges east of the Rock therefore
were, givena
ies reviewed and examined sam- preview look at Jewelry for r = Last year the foundation CEle- torical value.
ples of jewelry numbering more the coming season. 1 brated its 40th anniversary and The Truxtum-Decatur MuseumIs
than 5,000 individual items for the Sales from well to commemorate the occasion, located in the converted carri-
jewelry as as
fall/Christmas season. They from every item sold through Navy two special projects were under- age house of the Decatur House.
considered effective taken. The entire museum was
also jewelry
Exchanges recreation -
displays and discussed fashion funds for the locale of The first project was a three- renovated by rearranging the

trends with buyers from NSSO's that-exchange., ,NAVY EXCHANGE buyer Mrs. year program to index and cata- space and incorporating a new
logue several hundred thousand front entrance, new lighting,
------ --- Frances Lewis examines lewcry and
historical records and documents flooring, painting; display
/ : at clinIc./ (NSSO Photo) which the foundation had loanedto cases. The project, which was
SBob's the Library of Congress. completed last year, cost $24,
Oak Hill
Some Civilian Expenses A committee of 32 civilians,
Pure Service CenterOpen chaired by Charles F. Adams
a former Navy Reserve officer

for your convenience 6'a.m.10 p.m. Are Taxable, for MovesThe agreed funds to sponsor to
obtain to complete"the two

Navy Finance Office has Federal income tax is deducted. projects. The goal of the com-
read servkes pkk-ii| & delivery announced that certain moving The payees' copies will be delivered mittee was $75,000, however, at
the end of the drive, only$45,000had
allowances taxable
expense are when payment Is made
ckiik 9i det,...A.erkew & Fereiga Cars for civilians. with the advice that the W-2 be been collected.A .

Amounts paid by the Navy to retained for annual income;'tax recent notice from the Sec-

103rd & James Rd.' civilian employees as moving returns. retary of the Navyreads,"Thereis
'771-9156 expense reimbursements or.allowances The requirements for reporting no doubt that this matter of
Fla Incident a permanent payments received for the historical value to the Navy, and
change ,of station on which Income above expenses was effective October that both the purpose and the
tax withholding requiredare 10, 1966. Withholding of needs of this foundation are
as follow: taxes and issuing of a W-2 by the worthy of being brought to the notice .
Roosevelt For round trip between old disbursing officer on these pay- of those who may wish to
{( } CAR WASH and new official stations to seek ments was not effective until make voluntary contributions."
Mall permanent residence quarters. June, 1967.
For subsistence expenses of Individuals will be responsiblefor Interested parties should send
f OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30 AM -. 5:30: PM the employee and his immediate reporting payments received their contributions to: Naval
family while occupying tem- prior to June, 1967. Historical Foundation, Room
FREE CAR WASHWITH porary quarters when an em- For further information con 1078, Main Navy Building, Navy
ployee is transferred a new tact the Navy Finance Office at Department Washington C.,
15"GALS.: OR MORE STANDARD OIL/ official station. Ext. 8359/494. 20360.
Allowance for miscellaneous

SPRAWAX. .MOW ONLY 5H expenses.Allowance for expenses"in- Engineers Sought by N.yy -
r curred. in connection with al1t ,
f +, Located: in Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center estate transactions and unexpired The Naval Facilities Engineering construction program;and ex -

-r Lr leases., Command has establisheda panded Seabee effort. ;
Federal income tax of 20 per means' ,for direct com The general requirements are
cent of those amounts which are missioning of experienced per- for male personnel between the
defined above as taxable wages sonnel at the lieutenant and lieu ages of 26 and 38, with a baccalaureate -
will be deducted on the voucher tenant commander grade level, degree in civil,mech-
NOW THERE ARE on which such amounts are paid.A to compensate for the shortageof anical, electrical, minting, pet-
wage and tax statement (IRS experienced middle grade Civil roleum, or architectural engin
Form W-2)) will be prepared Engineer Corps officers on active eering. Applicants for appoint-
for the amount of each payment duty. This shortage is pri- ment as lieutenant must have at
made after June 6,1967 for which marily caused by the increased least five years of suitable

professional experience In the
appropriate field while appli-
WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO. cants for appointment as lieu-
tenant commander must have at
least twelve years of suitable
& USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW tour year tour ot duty
with the CEC would provide an
opportunity for an engineer to
/ gain valuable construction, pub-
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS/ lic works and/or government

Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms contracting experience. In addi-
Hrs. 9 a.m.1 p.m. Come In & Browse/ tion he would be fulfilling his
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The Navy's Operation DEEP
FREEZE landed the first pure
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{.;: NAVY AUTO INSURANCE 14. 1966. The jet ,was a Military -
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and cargo carrying aircraft.

new discount rate is now available to military travelerson q0pRR TheOrange
leave. Many Airlines are offering confirmed reservationsat Park
2/3 normal fare in addition to the 1/2 fare standby rates.
This reserved seat.fare Is subject to certain restrictions. PresbyterianChurch

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has been authorized.
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OFFICIALLY retiring/ from the/ Naval/ Air Rework Facility/ May
37 t was Doctor E. Parrish./ / He began /his career as Helper/ AircraFt TO A
Mechanic/ / General/ at NAS Pensacola/ October, 7941. CUSTOMERNO
Coinciding with "Doc's" retirement is the phasing out of the
H 34 overhaul program which/ he /had worked in since (its Inception ,, SALES

I Promotion Opportunities Exist I

Special attention is called to All employees of NAS Jax,
the various opportunities for pro- Commander Fleet Air Jax,
motion under Plan D of theNavalAir NARF NARTU, and Navy
Station Jacksonville Merit Commissary Stores are en-
Promotion Program as outlinedin couraged to file an ApplicationForm
Merit Promotion Bulletin No. 57 for all positions for
7267. which they feel qua'1fied. t'
This Bulletin covers all graded Applications should be filed
positions GS-1 through 4. The with the Industrial Relations Department aaA
various ''positions are listed as Naval Air Station, : $36
follows: Jacksonville, Fla. For complete
information regarding the duties
Card Punch Operator GS-2, and qualifications of the fore- SMALL DEPOSIT ;. REG. 49.95
GS-3, GS-4; Clerk (All Series), mentioned positions, see Merit WILL HOLD IN
GS-2 GS-3, GS-4(Example: File Promotion Bulletin No. 72-76 or LAYAWAY No Money Down'- Low Terms
Clerk Timekeeper, Supply call the Recruiting and Examining FOR 60 DAYS
Clerk, Accounts Maintenance Branch, Industrial Relations De-
Clerk, etc.); Clerk-typistGS-2 partment,NAS,Jax, Fla.Extension -
GS-3, GS-4; Electric Account- 684. POLAROID 210 COLOR-PACK CAMERA
ing Machine Operator, GS-3. .
GS-4; Engineering Draftsman *. Same electric, eye. Does all 'the basic' things' the expensive
Color Pack Cameras do._Come 'in and
Same easy loading. on
GS-2,'GS-3.GS-4; Fire Fighter"s w Buy ,- 1. Some great color pictures' in 60 secondslet, us ;idemonstrate the Model 210. Start ,
(General), GS-3; and Fire Fighter (Black, and hite> 'in 15) '<" 1101 "" enjoying"' the, fun 'o/"pictured' anlnstant p ft;
(Airfield), GS-4. today!
Others include Guard, GS-3.
GS-3. GS-4; Policeman GS-4;
Sales Store C1ecker,G5-2,G5-3;
Stenographer> GS-3, GS-4 and POLAROID SWINGER
Telephone Operator, GS-3,GS-4.

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I I 33 Grumman Biplane Stops$ at NAS Cecil Field on Way to Aviation Museum ;; :.

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i Pilots of today look over aircraft of the old Navy. Old fighter of 1933 as compared with modern F4 Phantom. FROM THE OLD TO THE NEW. The FF1 1 and F8F "Bearcat" parked with F8F "Bearcat" -- last of propeller driven 'fighter pianos built Capt. Scarborough explains features of FF 7 cockpit to HAS
the latest let aircraft[:: that are in operation at NAS Cecil Field tells the story of' by Grumman. Cecil pilots.
I how aviation has progressed through the
i Modern day Navy jet pilotsat air force, was piloted by Captain first two man carrier based service. The Nicaragua Air years.
NAS Cecil Field were given William "Bill" Scarborough, fighters delivered in 1933 to Force operated it from 1937
Navy old ,
today.IIThat plane ker "tripe" ofRichtofen'sl91718 his visit here with
a look at the t type of aircraft USN ( ret.), a safety engineer Fighting Squadron SB ( VF 5B) until 1946, when they abandoned reconditioned by the flying circus drove him to Captain Scarborough retiredas Following
I Navy pilots flew back In the 1930's' for Grumman, whohasahobbyof at North Island Naval Air Station the aircraft for lack of parts and was bought by the firm and restored Eastern Airlines pilot. The F8F under Bill's' supervision company, flew research. extensive Garden Inspector City of, N.Navy Y., materialat and has climbed relatives back the 34 Scarborough- )year' old
Grumman fighter flying ancient and building in California. equipment. di-
under Scarborough's
FF 1 planes
when an was the last propeller driven and looked better than it did new. "He corresponds with peoplein been employed' by' Grumman FF 1 equipped with enclosed
week. of them. --The Five" of the "It found in a junk pile }
landed here last replicas "Fighting was
i plane rection. built by the Grumman Bill the becauseof
ever They gave job Europe for plans and advice and continued his
since. cockpit flightto
He is working on
The aircraft, recently restoredby The FF -,1 1 nicknamed "Fi- old "Red Rippers" squadron, by an ex Navy flier who bought Still embodying general features Corporation. his flying record, and becauseof ," the chief said. on Pensacola, where he
toNAS Fi" the first of the (famous flew off the USS it and three rebuilding lunar space vehicles designed was to
from Grummans,
Grumman, was enroute was Lexington spent years of later model his deep love for old aircraft. Chief is also in
Pensacola to be turned over to Grumman fighters produced 1933 through 1935. During 1936, it,"' Capt. Scarborough said. the oldtimer was quite a revol-- Family' Affair/ The Scarborough brothers are the Scarborough of constructing a to land and "walkaround" on the last turn plane over the museum

the Naval Aviation Museum whereit for the U. S. Navy, and was these planes were replaced" In early 1966, the owner, J.R. J. utionary craft in the early 30's' Captain Scarborough, the first both members of the Experimental replica process of a 1 1929 9, Lincoln sport moon. Friday. -----------------
will remain on permanent dis also the world's' first production FF 2s. Of the 27 originalFF Sirmons, flew home to Long- Scarborough said'. Navy enlisted pilot to attain the Airplane Assocations. biplane. "I have work on the. Far, ,yw, leitli N.tI
fighter with a retractable landing Is, 25 were still going view, Tex. In June 1966, he Powered with a 625 horse rank of captain,had other events Chief Scarb rough recalled wings underway, 3 and play to | .,
play.The 1933 biplane resemblin gear. It is the lone unknown strong for Naval Reserve assign ferried it to the Grumman plantat power Wright Cyclone Engine, along his route from Bethpage to how Bill's' desire to build and fly double time the project whenI
an aircraft from the"Dog Patch' survivor among27 of Grumman's' ments after three years ot fleet ---Bethpage, L. I. The' plane the plane could reach 206.8 milesan Pensacola to enlighten his trip. an exact replica of the old Fok-' I retire this month J, he said. nlet Marina
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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES to reach 10,000, feet. It flewat hometown, where he stopped F:;+!.,....: ; _+; "" "" -d SALES Md. SERVICE f for.r
4: 21,200, feet (for six hours. overniaht. "I'm' from Savan- ; : > _
FOR QUALIFIED COLLEGE GRADUATESWITH Arnament included two fixed 30- nah and we really had a family Mercury and M r Cruiser

caliber guns, a flexible gun and reunion. Capt. Scarboroughsaid. "'
DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP ABILITY ( $ carried two 100 pound bombs. "My mother and father, ,.
The is in the original ''''Hf
M. plane painted my sister and her family and
Career opportunities in line management, L squadron colors of VF 5, some old friends of the family."

staff or technical positionsin i, ________ r- with the "Red Rippers" insigniaand When the captain touched down CLIPPER : A "
the Home Office of a major insurance company the designation 5 F 1 1on I at Cecil Field, his reunion with .t; //;'Ed
j each side: The insignia cons- relatives continued, as he was
Starting salary:(Bachelor's's Degree i r-$$7514' per year, ists of, 'a red slash of lightningwith 'i met by his son,, William Jr., an EXPERT REPAIR SHOP .
higher for Master's' Degree two red s spheres{ on a shieldof Airman attending Aviation Or-
I' :: royal blue, surmounted by a dnancemen "A" School, NATTC, HIGHWAY 17 OIANGE 'PARK 2M-9I35J' "

J Also""excellent opportunities in Group Insurance$ Sales &Service ____ ., facsimile Gordon's' Gin of the fame.boars(The head Red of who NAS is Jax leading; his chief brother petty, Arthur officerof __ -._-_ _____ -. -- .__- -_- 1--' _
For more information, Rippers" of VF 11 were bas- Light Photographic{ Squadron ..A J :: T
f' ed at NAS Cecil Field until Sixty Two's lab ,
call Mr. lAver] or Mr. Weaver -ci photo at r
_______ last year when they transferred Cecil Field; and a newphew V
398-8711 1, Personnel
. Dept., 8:30: 4:30: Mon thru Fri. \ ( to NAS Oceana). Airman Michael Poythress, attached -

i -An' Equal' Opportunity: ; EmployerI' _______ Accompanying the FF 1 1on to VA 83, also basedat :":...:-.-... : S VI I
the flight, which began at NAS Cecil. L t ((1IJI r'\: \ t tt
I'I'f f' Bethpage, L. L, was another "He was In another. world,fly- I.
Grumman fighter, the F8F ing that old job, explained
1 "Bearcat", owned and piloted Chief Scarborough who is slat- flA1iJt2

I1 OPEN SUNDAY by Mr. Chet Christopher{ an ed for retirement from the i, t f fr

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}!, w .,/ n" ..'."',. > HONDA (STRICTLY left), brothers A FAMILY, Arthur and AFFAIR.Bill Scarborough. .Nephew',Michael and son Poythress Bill, Jr.,,

I t: > '. f fSMJJJt1JLA MOTORCYCLESWe get together in front of' FF 1 at NAS Cecil Field. r r rt

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''L L W. (.*. them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspect ',' "\f' > $
i ion. Then w. tuned up. tightened,,and repl.c.d'e".f7thtn."' that .,. \'> -.- __-......._""' ..._ APARTMENTS Open, Daily 8 a.m.-7 p.m. WE DON'TOffer
:' n.d.dtt.Mdgusrt of all malor mechanical% .dthsln parts IOOfovth.for 30 days rPsIror7Iacsn.d AN William Scarborough, Jr., greets Capt. "Bill", Sr., upon Sat., 8 am.6 p.m. t t tt
on I In and double check.
his arrival at NAS Cecil Field.


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NATTC : Behind The Scene

IN Tom Raker

Following change of command gram offered to career per- The observance of Flag Day
ceremonies June 7, there was a sonnel. It was begun last year ceremonies has been mandatory''
reception at the Officers' Club and Carr was chosen as a semi- under the charter of the Elks

After signing the guest book, finalist. since 1908.Award.
said and This year he was selected.
guests good-by to Capt. Goes toCPO's
Mrs. Thomas B. Ellison and welcome His application was carried over
aboard to Capt. and Mrs. from last year.
Raymond P. Kline. The program offers two yearsat Daughter
Having gone through the receiving one of three junior collegesin Sandra Shadburn, daughter of
line in the Walnut Room, the nation and the appropriate Master Chief and Mrs. James
the guests passed into the St. degree upon completion. Petty Shadburn, won a Good Citizen
Johns,Room for refreshments and Officer Carr will work toward a Award upon graduation from the
conversati ie.e.. degree. in electronics engineering. 6th grade at Venetia Grammar
School # 68.
HNl William H. Walls Jr., *****.**
The award is presented to 3Y'f
retired Monday after 20 years Four straight weeks I Airman student who displays the best Y
of military service. He was Eric Nord is again Honorman of citizenship qualities through wC
stationed here for one year. the week in AO School. Keepinghis out their grammar school years.
Tours of duty have included a average in the 90's Nord hasa Selection of the student most deserving -
presidential cruise with President 93 average this week. The of the award is made by
Truman In 1948,three years Honor Class is 711A with an the teachers and principal of I II
,r in Japan, and seven months average of 76.73. the School. II I
aboard the aircraft carrier
f The award is sponsored by the I
Hornet off the coast of Vietnam In the AE School,LCpl.William Daughter's of the American Re- I
Walls and his wife are retiring D. Frantz is Honorman of the volution. It was presented to San-
in San Francisco. Week. His average is 91.17. dra, by the principal at graduaSandra -
.. 4CAPT.
**** ** The Honor Class Is 714.
AE2 J.W. Carr was recently ********
one of three AE's in the Navy The Jaxon Lancers, NATTC's
selected for the Associate De- precision drill team, under the .,A
gree Program, a retention proCanYou direction of Lt. D. 'F. Walsh, AND MRS. RAYMOND P. KLINE receive Brigadier E.
took part in Flag Day ceremonies mil Miller of the Jacksonville U. S. 0., at the welcome aboard-
at Dallas Thomas Park in South- farewell reception held at the officers club June '7 after the
side yesterday. The Elks Club NATTC change of command ceremonies.Humanitarian .
held a dedication of six flags.
TAKE YOUR CAR These commemorate the flags
WWII YOU? which have flown over this terri-
For Financing' and Insurance tory. At the raising of each
Stateside' and Overseas. Call flag, its history was presented.
Other than the Lancers service -
organizations taking part on Personal NeedsNavnews
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES were the USMC Color Guard and
principal speaker was Harold -- Jack Jones, a sea- 3. The hardship is such that
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE Coley, executive 'vice presidentof man on a destroyer has a wife it is expected tobe resolved within -
i INSURANCE COMPANY the Florida Chamber of tion exercises. Sandra who is 11 and four children back home in a period of four months.
5615 Tlmuquana/ Rd. 771-0527 Commerce. years old, recorded 'straight the states. One day he gets word 4. There are no family
\ "A's" in all her subjects. that his wife is in the hospital, members or relatives close by
\ -= ""::1":' 4IIIII Master Chief Shadburn is attached and his children are being cared who are capable of providing
to Heavy Photographic for by elderly neighbors who assistance.If .
Squadron 62.INews. themselves are in poor health, a TD HUMS cannot solve a
I FOWKESSalts TV What does he do? continuing hardship, consideration -
, Or Chief Smith, stationed on may be given' to an early
Strvlc*, I I I ran aircraft carrier learns that assignment shore,duty. If the
........:..... -- Fort'his'wife:has left him,"abandoning emergency occurs during shore
i :.: 4IIII 4iII = an infant and two other small duty an extension.may be grant-
children. No one knows where -
his wife is. He has no relativesto ed.Indefinite hardships require

CB and Ham Radio Equipment t SPECIAL: The VP -5 Enlisted Wives Club care for the children. What solutions of other types, such as
I held their monthly coffee at the does he do? release from active duty or a
.f CommcInlcations' I10V AC or 12V DC Bluejackets Inn,June 8. Cases like these happen every hardship discharge. Such drastic
of leave action is required only rarely.
The officers and members day. Frequently emergency
1 12" the club extend their appreciation will provide the necessary timeto
I Test EquipmentPORTABLE to Navy Wives Club Jax #86 make arrangements. Some NFO Announces
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: 1830 FOURAKER RD. I ise Association Meets rot ,easy to come by. Requests The Navy Finance Office here,
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ashore for humanitarian reasonsIs pay are:
6:30 today. A 7:30
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I MoviesMOVIES I Club Schedules

will be shown reg- HAS JAX _::

ularly at the NAS Jax Theatreat "O" CLUB: Beefeaters Buffet Is featured Thursday from 6 aNk >,.
6 and 8:15 ; { : :rwv.Nc LAds
p.m., Monday thru 9 p.m. Friday evening dance to the music provided by the Page
Saturday. There will also be a Five from 8
p.m. to midnight.Johnny Jelinek the musical enter-
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays, tainment for Saturday evening from 8:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Foreign should be moiled tc the Holt Publishing Company,
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital Dish night Is featured Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Enjoy the 1950 Standing' Blvd Jacksonville. Florida.' .32210. to arrive'
Theatrewillhaveoneweekly Family Chicken Buffet Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. not later than Tuesday for publication the ,following' Thurs
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field day. Adi arriving too late for this deadline toil I be published
will have two shows during the CPO CLUB: All pizzas are going for $.75 Thursday. Friday even- the following week unless the publisher is instructed other-
week at 5:30 and 8, p.m. Mat- Ing dance to the music provided by the Bud Clark Combo and enjoy wise. A cheek or money order for the full cost of the ad must
will be shown be received WITH the for the .4.
inees on week- the Seafood Special for $1.25. Saturday features a 10 oz. sirloin copy "
ends at 2 and:! 5 p.m.THURSDAY going for $1.65 and
for your listening and dancing pleasure, the
Bud Clark Combo. Sunday, Father's Day, Mark Castle will providethe SEND CASH
June 15 music. A half pound Rib-Eye steak for $1.35 is the special RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . 'I. . .12.00
NAS: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD for Tuesday and Fried Chicken for $.95 is featured for Wednesday. Per additional line ((4 words per line}.'. . .0.50
: with Gregory Peck and
Mary Badham. ((133 Mfn.) ACEY DUECY CLUB: Tomorrow It's "Come-as-you-are-Nite",
, C. FIELD: OSS-117 MISSION the big chance to let loose. Music will be provided by The Country
FOR A KILLER: Frederick Staf- Rounders. To make the evening complete, the food special will be a FOR RENT: 2 BDR APT.Complt. SINGER ZIG ZAG
ford and Mylene Demongeot. choice 8 oz. Rib-Eye steak, with baked potato, for only $1.25. Furn., Air, Very nice. Orange SEWING MACHINE
((92 Min.) Sunday is Father's Day, and accordingly dad will be the honored Park. Will rent to TAD Personnel Responsible party to assume $8.
-" guest at the*Acey Ducey Club. Dad will certainly enjoy a deliciousonepound or Bachelors 264 6884.'REAL per. month payments-,, r payoff
FRIDAY. June 16 T-Bone steak with all the trimmings for only$2.00. A cash balance of$54.This machine
NAS: JOHN F. KENNEDY- complimentary cigar and glass of wine will be included for all dads. makes buttonholes, sews onbut-,
YEARS OF LIGHTNING, DAY Game ,night will begin at 5:30 p.m. followed by the music. of Dick ESTATE: We will help tons, blind stitches', fancy stit-
OF DRUMS: narratedbyGregoryPeck. Wilson and his orchestra. you Buy, Sell or Invest. ches and monograms without at-
((95 Min.) Bowen Real EstateRealtorUSN tachments. Guaranteed. Must
C. FIELD: RUN FOR YOUR HAS CECIL FIELD Retired 384-1376 see to appreciate. Call 353-
WIFE: with Rhonda Fleming ORF ..Luncheon Is served daily rom 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday thru 1946 Anytime, ask for Credit
and Juliet Prowse. ((105 Min.) Friday. A Happy Hour will be held each Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. FOR SALE: PACKING BOXESfor Manager. Will deliver, no obligation -
SATURDAY, June 17 with an A-La-Carte dinner served until 9 p.m. -moving 15# each. Phone .
353-4277 VAN'S 736 DellwoodAve. A-l SEWING MACHINE, CO.
NAS: FAHRENHEIT 451: Color "Game Night" begins at 7 p.m. tonight with the 1's entertaining .
drama with Oskar Werner and and a T bone steak dinner offered at $1.75. Friday's PAY DAY LOANS ..BARGAINSon
Julie Christie. (119 Min.) action will feature The Twigs. On Saturday The Sounds Unlimited 'FOR RENT OR FOR SALE unredeemed merchandise.Air
C. FIELD: ALICE OF WONDER- will provide dance music with Phil Cay and the go-go girls brightening Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & Base Pawn Shop 6463 Roosevelt
LAND IN PARIS: Color Fairy the Sunday. The The and FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
scene on Strangers, Holidays The Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Phone
Tale. Foreign Cast. ((90 Min.) Dick Strock Band will appear on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret. 3844066.
respectively. Happy Hours this week are on Monday Tuesday, 264 2411. Orange Park Realty.
SUNDAY June 18
Wednesday and Friday.A SACRIFICE .- MUST SELL
NAS: KHARTOUM: with Charl- ESTABLISHED COIN LAUNDRY either '67 Ford Galaxie, loaded,
ton Heston and Laurence Oliver. lobster dinner 'will be the special for Friday and Saturday between NAS & Cecil Field. Ideal yellow-black interior or '64 Ply-
(135 Min.) evenings with Charlie Jay entertaining Friday and The Moderns for retired Navy couple. Proven mouth Barracuda V-8, Auto
C. FIELD: TO KILL A MOCK- providing music Saturday. money maker. 389-3003. trans., Pwr. Steering, A/C, absolutely -
INGBIRD: with Gregory Peck Sunday evening features country fried chicken along with children like new.264-2204.
and Mary Bedham. ((133 Min.) specials. FOR SALE TRANSFER 3BR,
1 1/2 B, R &Oven, $85.22 mo., TOY FOX TERRIER PUPPIES
MONDAY, June 19 5806 Sonora Dr. W. 771-2305. 8 wks. old. $25.00. 2646884.
NAS: VILLAGE OF THE GIANTS: Must see to appreciate. .
Color Science Fiction Tommy
C. FIELD: JOHN F.KENNEDY- All Rank : All Ages & H, Clean perfect cond., excel cond."'$95': Umbrella. tent,
YEARS OF LIGHTNING DAY IOWIATIT.T sacrifice,, only $950. 2642204. 9x9_- $20. 7813195.MUST.SELL : .
OF DRUMSnarratedbyGregoryPeck. : ;, ;, : .. 4 ." .
((95 Min.). d l :BEAUTIFUL: ST.
TUESDAY June 20 EASY MONTHLY Johns River lot -' Ready to'b I1d.
., Phone 3841038.;
drama with Mark Stevens. and PAYMENTS FOR SALE'' ''2 'LoTS' 145 x 165
Marianne Koch. ((80 Min.) Mo. home 10 x 60, 2646883.
Christie. ((119 Min.) KingsleyMOTORS. Salary 'plus commission. For
interview call 733-4419.

. RESCUE: Color Fairy Tale. 447 tMmalt IM. 311-77 Landau, equipped with power
Foreign Cast. ((84 Min.) IN ORANGE PARK steering disc brakes seat
C. FIELD: KHARTOUM: with Call Us Anytime power windows-antenna and door
Charlton Heston and Laurence .' Mi Irs South of NASJAX locks. Convienence control
Oliver. ((135 Min.) i panel A/C, automatic, cruise
cntrol, reclining' passenger
LutkeriiSenrlceCftRterSpeisersMilifiryDfiee COMPACTS"TO.GO seat, radio and all factory op
Planning EARLY VACATION! tions. Finished unique Ember
Glo Bronze, with shell beige in-
r terior. Warranty maintained and
in exceptional condition.'Private
The Lutheran Service Center, 63 VALIANT SIGNE I owner. 3884375.
19 W. Forsyth St.,Jacksonville, vs ,7 OR H.1r'.; TOP X
will sponsor a dance tomorrow cU--in I 'LOV MILES
night at 8:30 especially for mili- FOR SALE: GERMAN SHEP-
tary personnel. ARD PUPPIES 9 wks. old,
61 I COMET 2Dr EXTRA $25. Phone 771 ,- 8970.
There will be no admission
charged for the dance. Free refreshments CL AN' One owner

will,?be served, and FouND -- A 1968 girl's class
live music will be provided by the ring from North High School.
Sax Brass Combo.: 61 l FALCON WAGON Found and may be claimed at
4 DR. R \ H' An la> !irai.. ,' No. 2 Fire Station, NATTC. Ask
for W.D. Wright.
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Cecil Field Weather Wins SoftballWith Raiders Tak. Tkrte At Georgia ..

Sport ShortsSoccer lightning: on the mound and thunder at the plate, nature GEORGIA The "Raiders" of overcome the six run lead by
r last week almost went undefeated in softball action. NAS Cecil Field found the going Warner Robins.
The station Athletic director has put out a revised schedule pretty smooth in Georgia this past Seven runs were scored by the
The gym here at NAS Cecil for games this week in an attempt to complete the first half before weekend as they only dropped one Air Force team when Burton
Field has just received a ship- June 18th, the date originally set. Following is a brief rundown ball game out of four played in gave up seven hits.
ment of soccer balls. As yet on_the_games that were played, with the scores_and other highlights Interservice League action. On Saturday the "Raiders"
there is no organized intramural 01 me games. AMD/ADMIN 12 Medical 4 On Friday night Warner- handed Warner Robins two defeats .
soccer games played here on VA-174 Condors 13 OPS 12 The men of AMD/ADMIN Robbins AFB split with Cecil by ; 5 2, 4 3. Burton took
base. If anyone is interestedin In the closest game of the week, showed some of their old flair scores of 32 (Cecil) and 17 the mound chores for the first
starting a soccer league, the Condors squeaked by the in hanking the medical nine a (Robins). Jerry Walker was the game while Walker handed the
please contact the gym for fur- Operations team to win 13 12, 12-4 "shot in the arm" last winning pitcher for the "Raid- Air Force team the second defeatof
ther Information at extension 498. last Thursday. Rigney did the week. ers" in the first game and Brown the day. '

LibraryThe throwing for the Condors and "Doc" Rawlings was the losin took the loss for WarnerRobins.Cecil In the first game of the double-
NAS Cecil Field Braden pitched for the OPS team. pitcher, and Hunter AMD/ had three runs'on six hits. header the "Raiders" got their
gym VA-45 2 ADMIN was the winner with 9 The game started off with crash five runs on nine hits off Harri-
has a complete library of sports AMD/ADMIN 11 -
strikeouts, and allowing 3 hits. when Cecil got two of their three
information. Rather than son.The
argue AMD/ADMIN romped to a 11-
runs in the first inning. "Raiders" had it baggedin
about a rule or play, erne on
the Blackbirdsin
2 decision over VFP6211VC4 6
Later in the evening Warner- the Beginning, but Stone'shomerun ,
over to the and look the
gym up Wednesday night's action last The routed Robins Cecil b
Fightin'Foto team retaliated against y in the 5th boosted the
answer. Numerous books and week with Chief Lee
taking care the men of VC-4 11 6 on June defeating them 71. score to a 4 0 to push the
articles are also on hand for of the mound chores for AMD/
8th. Williams the hurled for the .
was winning Granberay "Fly Cecil team further onto victory.In
almost and every browse known around sport. Drop ADMIN. Rogers VA chucked for the pitcher and Reid had the mound Boys" in this game,while Steve the final game of the night, j
over of 45. AMD/
some Blackbirds -
chores for the losers. Burton took the loss for Cecil. the "Raiders" again edged the
time. ,. 't ADMIN had their runs on 14 Each team had a home-run. Throughout the game it looked as Air Force team 4-3. It"was a
BasketballA hits and six walks.Hellrazors VFP 62's Kirkpatrick and if it was going to be a nohitterfor close game up to the end. Cecil

three second line has been VA17411VC41A VC-4's Magnin each slammed one Granberay until the bottomofthe had ten strike outs, but still .

installed on the basketball court. home-run by Zokand the for their team. 6th, when Hogam connectedfor emerged as the victor.
This line con- Cecil's first safety. Things
new will prevent stall-
trolled pitching of Walker VA4511VFP62 9
ing of the. game.' If 'a player pan of the reason that VA-174 were started looking up the the"Raid: The last heavyweight champ-
fails to cross,'this1 line within took ers" when they colledted two ionship bout with bare knuck-
a' three second,perioithe other The Hellrazors a 11-1 decision had their over 11 VC-4. Sylvester got credit for this more hits, one driving in a run. les was John L. Sullivan's 75
team takes possession of the runs Blackbird victory over the"Pic- But the Cecil team was too slow round win over Jake Kilrain in
on 13 hits. Chappa was the losing ture People". The final tally was,
hurler for VC-4. in getting started and couldn't Richburg Miss. In 1889.IpiIEp .
VA-45 Blackbirds 11; VFP-62 9. .

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I .IntramurallScoreboard' Swimmers

Station Golf Finale Set for TodayPosting
Clash in JaxInvitational

season's record of
a VP-30 won playoff over
seven wins and two losses,Intramural NARTU "B" to break three-
golf's American League way deadlock for second place.
winners Fleet Weather Facility VP 5, on deployment was unable -
faced VP 30 "B" (National to participate in post sea-
League second place) In one of son championship play. An invitational swimmingmeet
two semifinals yesterday. The featuring nationally known
other winner, Red Darters, who IntramuralSoftball freestyler Pam Kruse of Pom-
finished regular season with a pano Beach and Olympic breast-
81/5-11/2 record in handicap stroke hopeful Catie Ball of Jacksonville -
play were matched against begins a three day run P
NARTU "A". tomorrow at NAS Pool 37.
Today, the two survivors meet Although last Wednesday's679th Sponsored by the Navy Jax
in an 18 hole match to determinethe Air Force and FAW-11 Swim Team, the second annual
station intramural golf Softball was the victim of
game event of its type has drawn over .
(handicap) champion. Earlier in rainy weather, four other games 1,500 entry cards from Florida
the week, Dispensary and the were completed. In those,Hospital and Georgia according VM-Te.5' Mil Alee.
Hospital Gold team played 18 defeated COMFAIRJAX; Chuck Half MOOR Likt
for the scratch cham- VAP-62 shutout Dispensary, mentor
holes score
the first
-, the expected 500 tankers Winning
10-0 the NaVal Rework Facility
pionship:, ; compete will be from competition between area WHentsif
upended the Marine Barracks, ts
Final League Standings 10-8 and the Weaponeers eked team. Approximately Installations last week with
American out one morerunthantheAFEES, will be entered. four night total of 11,749, near Keystone Heights
Team won Lost winning 32.Thursday. The 100, 200 and force the Aircraft Main- LARGE,SHADY LOTS
Fleet Weather 7 2 freestyle events are "Seven Tens" to
Administration led Private Beach for Owners
NARTU "A" 6 3 which it is evening.'S looking for additional
by the pitching of Doyle Lucas who
/ Boating
SwimmingFI shln9.
FAETU 51/531/2 allowed only one MARTD hit and Kruse 18, could set space.
Dispensary 5 4 Penny Baker with three -for Mis sBall has already The team of (left to right) RELAXING
Gems 5 4 three extra base hits upended the 100 and 200 meter Brown,_ Harold Mayberry, Payments 72.50 to 30.00
marks the McCool, Dave Presley, Jim month
VP 30 "A" 41/2 41/2 their opponent 14-1. The rest stroke at per
Hospital "A" 31/2 61/2 of the games saw Supply over mens' Nationals, and Bill Bagley had pre- For 36 Mos. No /nftrtif
been crowned NAS Intra-
VW 4 3 Air Operations, 12-6} VP-30 6, Preliminary get Brochure upon Request
Aircraft Maintenance 3 6 FAETU 1; VW-4 9, Aircraft way each day at 9 a.m. champs May 18., (Photo
VAP 62. 2 1/2 6 1/2 2 Maintenance 1; and VP-45 over ed by the finals in the David Juslewicz) PHONE

National 6-1.
Communications --
Team Won Lost The American League teams -
Red Darters 81/2 11/2 appear to favor streaks of scoring
VP 30 uB" 61/2 31/2 power and Monday's slate of com- .
NARTU "B" 61/2 31/2 pleted games was no exception.
Mad Foxes (VP 5) 61/23 1/2 Dispensary had no trouble with
Scramblers 6 4 FAW-11, 15-2, nor did the 679th
Hospital Gold 6 4 Air Force with COMFAIRJAX,
-NARF 51/2 41/2 '116. The Weaponeers had five
679th Air Force 5 5 runs to the Hospital's single .
FAW 11 2 8 tally;; AFEES bumped the
Marine Barracks 1 9 Marine Barracks, 19-8 and
VAP-62 dominated the Naval Air
Dr. Roger Bannister, British Rework Facility, 166. .
neurologist and first man ALEI
to run the mile in less, than .
four minutes predicts a 3:30 mile Team, Won Lost. Pet. : .'
15 '1 .938 .. .. ...
by a future thinclad sometime VAP-62 '" -- -
3 .824 mitlM drivta $ -IJIIItItl tin U1y. !I !
within the next ''20 years. 'Hospital 14 : Merry fcefere yew *
Weaponeers 11 6 .647
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Marine Barracks 5 10 .333
!I WATERFRONT < AFEES 5 11 .313 ire
679th Air Force 4 12 .250
Modern CB home, newly! NARF 4 13 .235

land completely furnished} FAW-11 3 12 .200 .
Spanish motif. Terrazzo .
.n oorl. 268 ft. dock. Con-i Team Won Lost Pa. u by Uniroyal!
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{finance. Many, many extras.i NARTU VP-30 9 9.1 2 .900.818 .:." 2" "''. ,..,.. YK .9. ;t
jlSmins. to NAS J AX. {
L___________________aREflLESJRW VP-45 7 3 .700 coaatry a.ut fttm tire ....- the Gentry's Mst poplar tire tlzes!
Aircraft Maint. 5 5 .500
Administration 5 6 .455 ALL POPULAR SIZESREDUCED
FAETU 4 7 .364
Supply 4 7 .364
mm REALTY Air Operations 3 8 .273 !
Communications: 2 9 .182
HLOAT.NETHRealtor MARTD 1 10 .091

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Industrial be run Tuesday at the NATTC .
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.i." Sailing Program, sponsored byr off,June 16. be presented by annually on a !
,: the Navy Jacksonville Sailing The Florida Yacht Club will participation basis while the : Zm.J :
Club, had 60 children, ranging in host all the races in the upcoming Dupont Trophy will be presented !
age from 7 to 17 enrolled. The Summer c ries. The Greater annually'' to the top sailor (on the
program will begin Monday and Jacksonville Sailing Trophy now basis of his competition).
will run for the next three weeks. rrf.,{
The children participating in the

phases course of will sailing be Instructed,includingwater in all Jax Fliers Humble Mayport WILSON

safety, rope work, boat handlingand
,4 With 3 Weekend ShutoutsAn
the course, they will be awarded
the Red Cross Water Safety Badge SPM341or
and other Scout badges,as appli
cable. This course is a good eight run, nine hit attack Von McClure was credited with
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instance of how an organized paced the Jax Navy Flier soft- the win. v;::.1: :;:;::: SP1-660! ?
, Special Services activity can be ball team to a 8 -1 victory over -
,. of service to the military Mayport Naval Station here He continued his heroics the Red Oweas-USH Ret. Masager
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local civilian community. ors score the only run they would strikeouts. Twenty nine Air Cond., V/8, Auto/trans., Power steering,
Nominations for the next be allowed this night, or the following of his teammates went to the 6 Passenger Power brakes, R & H, W/S/Yf .
month's election of club officers evening at,Mayport. plate and managed a collectivesix 66 MALIBU SUPER SPORT 396 V/8. $249S
were placed before the club members The game, a decisive one in hits and Tour runs as the 4 Speed, R & H, All leather Interior with Marina -
I at NJSCTs monthly meeting the Florida/Georgia Interservice Fliers took the third weekend Blue.
J last week. The slate is as follows Conference for the Fliers, upped game ,4-0. Shortstop Don
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: Vice Commodore, Roger Scott; 8-0 mark within their league Bell each had two hits. Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering Yellow Blk
Rear Commodore, Al Johnson; and 13-3 overall. Interior, 9,000 Miles.
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Hering Sailing Master, Lou catcher Red Pierson had two
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a 2 0 win. Don SteWartwas W/S/W. Maroon with beige interior.
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Sorry about the mix-up in the first Inning walk to second base- straight shutout. Power steering. Power brakes Auto/trans., R-
election dates (as reported in the man Willie Miller a single, pas- 1ndications'are the string of Be H.
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proposed to Wheel Vinyl Top Mag. Wheels, Red Line Tires,
win came in the third inning. Field.
the of the
graduation day
Black Bucket
Seat. 3,000 Miles, Bal. of 50,000
Junior Sailing Program. The date
is July 8 when it is hoped that SUMMER Warranty.
l'' Grundoon will be ready launch. E
I Roz Johnson will send out announcements l
to all active mem- TIME for AUTO PAINTING! 'R4e'I d

bers giving particulars. In addi-
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of children in the sailing program economy
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