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Jax air news
Place of Publication:
United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 29, 1967


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Indianapolis 500 Veteran Set

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! For Driving Presentation, FilmThe "

nationally acclaimed Champion Highway Safety Program will be presented at the air station
theater July 10 by Indianapolis racing veteran Chuck Stevenson. Stevenson, whose appearance was
arranged: by the General Safety Office, is a nine-time competitor in the Indianapolis 500 mile race. f',
The program now in its 12th year, has been presented to over ten million Americans, and has won ? ?yFr >
numerous awards. Entitled "Driving with the Champion,'* the presentation is being presented in an Y 1 1F I

effort to create the desire.in_all._hands. to drive defensively, and features, a movie of the Indianapolis 500. .(
The lecture and film will be
. presented four times at 9 and, on the track," says Stevenson. of racing, winning the Mexicanrace
10:15 a.m. and at 1 and 2:15 p.m. "These 'are mental alertness, in 1952 and the national big (.
.. Each ,of the eight driverlectures courtesy to other drivers and the car driving championship the
carries the same basic safe mechanical condition of the .same year.

I message to his audiences:' One car.- The program will be presentedat
t which draws a comparison be, "The risk we take on the racetrack Cecil Field July 11 and May- r
tween driving on the speedway is a carefully calculatedone port the following day. ,
versus the highway. ," says the 20 year veteranof -
"We emphasize the three main automobile racing.
factors which account- for the "The measures we take to minimize : .. : ""THE FIRST of 000, midshipmen, to receive summer ,fra/n/ita,erf
relatively safe,driving conditions the risk are the most the air station/ arrived' Tuesday morning. The middles will of- !C
important pan of our message. tend.avlatlon Indoctrination/ tours here and at Cecil field.
Without preaching, we try to

. ExckfigaH A..I.ICISj impress on drivers that the' com- Public Works Picked t tforModelCerfificofe
j mon sense practices of racingcan
Schriilcs and should applied to high
way driving." f fThe
: In accordance with the In 1964 Stevenson went out of
the race' on the third lap, a _
Independence holiday
victim of the crash and fire
/ the following,. Navy which took the lives of drivers K. air station's Public Works One will go to Capt. Martin J. )

Exchange ,actlvltlns/ will Eddie Sachs and Dave McDonald.He Department was died June 20 Stack, NAS commanding officer;
be open Tuesday: was immediately behind tb After having met a series of rigid the other to representatives of t
accident, and drove through the qualifications for the newly.conceived the Public Works Department.
Candlelight Club, Bldg. wall of flame and smoke, hitting Model Public Workscer-
, 808, open from 8 a.m. until a broken pan on the track and tificate. 67 Drive }

.., / mldnl damaging hisown, car. The department, one of 13 from ,MM '
Service Station, Bldg. 26, Ie.bas: ., competed in all types Chuck Stevenson each Districts to be' '
so' honored wasjaotified of its Ends FrM.
.. open from 8:30 a.m. until ? y ,

.,-,.. '.4:30 Express p.m.,Store" Bldg.' ''931. Qui kRQund' -U 1>. Op ens visit selection by a six-member following committee a two-day The"'Drive 1967' Annual''Navy', Relief -' i,

t j'S 'open, from *70 a.m..:\',to,,5:30!**, "III,." ..... ..'--a.-...,...",, w... f' tf' *.&*: .&*' ....... ,', i FacilitiesEine to':a ', The rapd1Y'coming final extended : -' l y4 f (
f p.m.:' *\< ;*-:' -> ){ t J the, Bureau of ., dateTorL'contributions' is '
\ ,of. Docks ,
nent 1
: :
... fort Station's N .
Schedule. '
fSeetC/ub '
,' ew.StablesWhat } ,:. f.Areas, in'which;the Committee 'tomorrow.' )
Bluejackets l j Inn"on page determined Public.Works stand Thus far response has been' :'"
. 9;. must have been one of competitive horse sows, ''both ard of excellence includedrnalntenance : good with'substantial contri-' .,,' "
!. All other Navy Exchange the quickest< round ups and English and western. ,utilities, transportation, buttonS coming: from civilian .
activities/ and the horse '- drives in history was 'Special Services' plans call for engineering and administration. as well as military ersonnel.The .

HAS, Mayport, and Cecil completed here Tuesday with the formation of a riding' club, In the same fashion as a previously Navy Relief Society is1'.
Field/ / Commissary Stores some' of the drovers wearing which:will offer trail,English and selected naval facility, a ''private organization whose J.'

will be closed/ to observeIndependence bell-bottom dungarees and white western riding for military,personnel (NAS Whidbey Island,Wash.,May purpose is to assist, in Jo
i hats.Th stationed here. 31)) the Public Works Depart- times of need, the membersof
Day. occasion was the openingof Currently,,Special Services offers ment here will serve as a model the Navy,and Marine Corps
the air station's new stableson riding lessons for military for ,activities where Improve- and their dependents, and the
Child Street near the .NAS dependents on Mondays, Wed- ments are needed. dependents of deceased mem-
,:, 28 Medals Weapons Deprtment. nesdays and Fridays as part of the bers of those services. .
:) The department will be subject.
The "horse drive, which summer recreaton program All personnel who have not
to periodic review to insure orig-
the Naval ;
began at Hospital
contributed 'to this
Presented b brought an end several monthsof inal standards of' certification drive 'and wish, do year
) \ to. so are
h are not violated.
planning and renovation of an Paper Out Friday asked to contact the"keymen"in

old Communications Department Overall, program's designers their. departments or dIvi-
VAP62Officers warehouse. A*. ,Due to Independence Daybeing hope competition for certificates -, sions.VA176.
,i. At The new facility has stalls'for celebrated Tuesday, the Jax Air will improve general II

I 26 horses, plus office spaces and News will'not be distributed on maintenance, utilities and transportation -
\ and men of Heavy tack rooms. base next week until Friday.All on all naval installa- Pulls
Photographic Squadron 62 have Ground near the new stables Is copy being"submitted for tions.
r" been awarded 28 medals for still being cleared and fenced -in publication should reach'the Jax i a
meritorious achievement in for a pasture and event arena. Air News Office by noon Two certificates will actually Naples Lib.rty ;
aerial flight as pilots,'photographer The arena will be designed for Wednesday. be presented in the near future.COMAIRFJAX .

. ,.- navigators and photogra- :!"!,..1. U;! '-- ... _,I>. __,u..o __ ,_,_._'dd The aircraft carrier, USS ",,
,. phertechnicians.They\ :j' ': Saratoga (CVA-60)) and her air '

rt were decorated: for duty wing have pulled into the port of
kY;. from October 1966: to May of f Naples, Italy for liberty. ,v
P,}, this .year for fl aircraft Attack. Squadron 176, homebased ;
reconnaissance' over : :; r ) -'II' here and 'pan of the air
; Communist held of # .
,/ ; portions wing, has been operating aboard
..; Southeast Asia the Saratoga in the Mediterranean ''I
. 1'" They were cited for "risking during the recent Arab-Israeli
t'c: destructionby established enemy crisis.
f antiaircraft fire as well as' the
While the carrier was anchoredIn
. : possibility of interception, by '
, "" w .Soudha Bay, 'Crete for main
faster and maneuverable,,
:r enemy,aircraft more, in order to obtain ; r tenance and upkeep, four days
good weather allowed the officers -
'i photographic intelligence' of ,7 and crewmen' of VA-176, f'f'of
I 4 major importance to current and r;
take in competition between -
to pan
f future military operat&es In .,
other of the task'
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Southeast Asia. .
j.t "' M "Professional abilitiesanddevotion r as force in such spons as rubber
.t boat races. bolo 'throwing, and!
to duty of ,the highest
I order were displayed by the boning.
award winners in carrying out After a short period of operation -

i t their ,mission over Communist at sea, VA-J76 expects to
," territory." return to Naples for another

t .. Decorated were Lt.Commanders liberty. Tours to Rome, Vesuvius -

... Ronald G. Shelly, Edward Capri, and other places of t
S. Hosepian Richard D.. Friich- interest are being offered to the.
,, tenicht, Noel N. Pederson: Lieutenants crew. '
William J.Woodward Jr., The squadron is under the "
, James B. Whitfield Kenneth L. command of Cdr. Albert R. Ash- j
Carlsen; ,Lt.(jg)Clifford Steiner; Chief of Staff, Capt. P. K. Blesht/ presents Air Medal' to LCdr. /?. C. She/- worth. No date has been announced (
PHI Thomas L. Gary and ATR2 ley. LCdr. E. S. Hoseplan (right) also received the ,decoration during ceremonies honoring members for the return of the
Winston W. Green. of YAP '62. squadron to Jacksonville.: ",
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. ""I E "..rl.bWhat's' Medical Benefits Upped

>tv t t live .. Ser v ,tROMAN t-:( p <

That Horn? t CATHOLICSt. '.4' For Military Dependents I

By Ed Sow civilian care but may continue to
Edwa$ .t't\\ J'2' } EDITOR'S NOTE: This receive space-available care in
Every morning at eight sharp the horn; bjows and activity ceases < article Is the first of a series uniformed services facilities.

aboard our air station. Sometimes as we are walking to our officesor SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m. explaining medical benefits Parents must be (or must have
driving onto the station we seem oblivious to the halted autos and and 11 a.m.DAILY for military personnel and their been at the time of the member's
the personnel standing at attention; then suddenly ithits us -- colorsis
- 11:45 a.m. dependents which have been death) dependent on the memberfor
being sounded. SATURDAY MASS --9:00 a.m. through Congressional one-half of and
expanded over support
Sometimes we tend to become annoyed that we must stop and either CONFESSIONS ". Saturday
In provided or
salute or stand at attention until the horn again sounds telling us 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.&7 -7:30 p.m. / legislation.) maintained residing by the member.
that the flag has been raised. Is this the proper attitude? and
Hospitalization outpatientcare Other Health Plans
mere has Deen criticism In civilian facilities are
U.S. Naval/
voiced concerning this ,' F-: Hospital now available under the pro- Individual (except active duty

daily ceremony, Some say that !' : visions of Public Law 89-614, dependents) enrolled In any other
'} SUNDAY MASS - -8 a.m. insurance, medical service, or
they cannot understand nor do :> { .tI the Civilian Health and Medical
they like to stand and salute a ), >;:tl'. Program of the Uniformed Services health plan provided by law or

horn that is blowing somewherein .,'if'.:,..;....+;.i PROTESTANTAll for certain eligible mili- through for employment civilian are under not eligible the-
the far distance. It tends to .,'. ,,>!', i tary personnel and their depen- Uniformed Services care Health
make one feel that we are living ina 'I-; Saints/ dents.
Chapel the benefit
Huxlianor Orwellian "Brave Also added is a program of care Program
New World" or "1984". DIVINE SERVICE10 a.m. in civilian facilities for active claimed is not payable under the .

To 'a certin\ extent they havea SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m. duty dependents who are mentally other plan. beneficiarieswill
At 65 most
good point; one does not retarded or physically handi age
Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 for
be civilian
eligible care
enjoy saluting a horn. But thereis capped.
another attitude that should a.m. Before for under ,the Social Security
applying any type
Center 751
Chapel Bldg.
Medicare Program. They will
be considered. ir WEDNESDAYChoir of medical care or assistance
each should check the transfer to that program and will
What are we doing time personnel requIrements -
Rehersal 7
p.m. no longer be eligible for civilian
we salute the flag or pledge THURSDAY for eligibility.The .
allegiance t<5 ourcountry? We are new program applies to care under the USCHP.
Adult 7
Young Group -
expressing our loyalty and i1L1 Christian Science Service p.m. all uniformed services as wellas This does not apply to active

patriotism to the greatest countryin kt . .5 the commissioned corps of duty dependents.:
the world OUR COUNTRY. ,SECOND MOND ;f Each Month n.m. the Public Health Service and! of Those who don't qualify for
SS Medicare at 65 will remain
tet"So the Environmental Science Services
Each time we do this we are __ Chapel Women's. Guild Administration (formerlythe eligible for civilian care under)
love of freedom - -9:30a.m.
also reaffirming our
the USCHP.
Coast and! Geodetic Survey).
and democracy for it is upon (Chapel Center) Those eligible for medical All beneficiaries may continueto

these principles that,our country benefits of receive space available care
are: dependents mem-
began exists, and will continueto U.S. Naval Hospital bers on active duty for more than in uniformed service facilities.
survive. Once these are taken (Next Week this series will
30 retired members and
from us, what need have we for .. discuss the benefits available
'" -- a.m.Traffic retired reservists entitled to retired -
living? Proudly We Hall. retainer under this Uniformed( Service
or equivalent pay *
With these things in mind, let us ask ourselves the question: "Is (including reservists with less Civilian Health Program.)

it so difficult a task to salute and show that we love our country?" than 8 years' of active duty retired -

But of course, let us again consider the point of saluting a horn. ViolationsThe on points at age 60)); their Oldest City

Regarding this let us consider another question: Do we need a flag dependents; and the dependentsof
present to say "I'm a loyal American and proud of it"? Besides deceased members of the Lists EventsThe

when we salute the flag, we are saluting that for which it stands, not following is a report of uniformed services who'died
so much the piece of cloth that exists before us. motor vehicle accidents and while serving on active duty for old Spanish town will be
Naval regulations require that we salute(if uniform, and covered) traffic violations for the period more than 30 days or in retire- strictly American for the annual
or stand at attention when formal rendition the anthem is rendered June 20 June 26. ment and were eligible to retired fourth of July celebration staged
but why needwebeforcedtodosomethl cause of regulations? We Number of Accidents: retainer or equivalent pay. here by the St.Augustine Jaycees

should do it willingly because we want to and because we are'proud. This Week ---------7 Eligible dependents. are: with a four-day program plannedto
Those of us who are in the service should realize what we are Total'Accidents.this year through Wife entertain the visitor through'

serving for, and accordingly should be proud. The civilians aboard June 261967----- =--182 Unremarried widow a beauty contest an air show,
the station in the morning stop their cars or pause while they are Number 'of Accidents through .Husband, If dependent! on ser, and! concluding with a fireworks''
walking in observance colors yet they}: are proudest when they see June 1966 -- --- -- -170 vice wife for over one half of display.
us saluting for we are their representatives. We are guarding the Total ,number of days since his support because of a mentalor Events will begin July 1 witha

freedoms that they,aId we,enjoy. Manyof these civilians are retired last injury in a motor vehicle physical incapacity fishing contest for the "small
service personnel and! we may bring back to them! some treasured accident ---------.9 .Unmarried legitimate child fry" during the morning hours
memories when we display our loyalty. Number of Violations: adopted child, or stepchild in and a square dance that eveningon
Thus, as we grudgingly plod our way in the morning, let the sounding This Week - - 23 one of the following categories: the downtown streets. The
of colors signify the beginning of another day in a wonderful land. Speeding i - - 6 ((1)) Under 21 years of age. Ancient City Squares a local
While we stand there at attention, let's remember what we have to Reckless Driving ------1 ((2)) Twenty-one or over, but incapable square dance club is cooperating -

enjoy -- our freedom.If Going through Stop Sign None of self-support becauseof in th event with the
we are still half asleep let colors be our alarmclock., Let's Other Violations16 a mental or: physical inca- Jaycees.

begin theday thankful that we are living and living in a land wherewe Twenty seven drivers appeared pacity that existed before the age Sunday July 2, will be another,
are free to live as we please. This,thought should be enough to before the Traffic Hearing of 21, and! Is (or was at the time full day of activities as the facilities -
sustain chaps even the most arduous days. Who can tell Board at the meeting held of member's death)dependent at the St. Augustine Air-
perhaps this thought each day may take the place of a morning vitamin on June 27. Disposition of the on the member for over onehalfof port is officially dedicated.

pill. You never can tell.Freedom's. cases Included the following:five support. Monday's activities will feature -
lost driving and! parking privi- ((3)) Under 23, enrolled In a full- beauty contests leading up
leges aboard station for various time course in an approved institute -
to the selection of Miss St. Au-
AnniversaryJuly periods; eight were assigned to of higher learning, and gustine.On .
complete eight-hour courses in dependent on the sponsor for overonehalf
the final day, visitors to the
remedial driving at NA TIC; of' support. ancient city will have an -
4 the 191st of the of the Declaration opportunity
anniversary signing three received suspensions; five Parent to participate in beach .
Independence, is a birthday that will be observed by Americans were given warnings; three were
Parents and parents,, in law of events, including an ocean swim
the world over. dismissed; six were fined (U.S..
dependents are not eligible for event and a surfing contest.
It is a birthday that has had world-wide sign1f1c nce. The formof Commissioner); and eleven

government adopted was untried and contrary to the.accepted referred to commandingbfflcers ,Choir 'Seeks New Members
governmental systems of the period. Yet we made the system work, for possible disciplinary action.
individual dignity became the cornerstone on which the nation was Twenty seven drivers were
The All Saint's Protestant Chapel needs you and all need is I
built and the country grew and! prospered.Our assessed 54 traffic you
success became an inspiration throughout the world. New points. determination mixed with an ability to blend your voice with a good

governments were founded on democratic principles recognizingthe Buy.U.-v y... .,.,. singing group and a very small amount of extra time.In .

equality of man. Savings > "7 According to Cdr. J.M. Rusch particular need and immediate
For others, America became their haven their goal,their country. Bonds I choir director, men's voices are openings are available.

They came in Increasing numbers, bringing their families, their "Membership in our choir pro- .

religions and their.toil. vides each member with a whole. ,
From the wilderness they created a mighty nation which, despite some and extremely useful

activity, provides service to the

Navy community, and results in
it' \\ n a satisfying experience for each

h ] ndcnce' The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Hews. individual Involved," Commander -
Rusch said.
paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air

., ;::- 7: t' Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing
'.. The group rehearses for 90
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l"If"-" _-_.- _- -t.\ Company, a private/ firm. All Copy submitted for use In minutes beginning each Wednes-
::;;-':" ::---::-. the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public day at 7 p.m., then sings a one-

." ,-:'tr'.g .. Affairs Office, Box 2, HAS Jacksonville, by .noon hour worship service Sunday

:: l ( S "" on Monday before publication. Hews items are welcomedfrom mornings.
youth, became a.:,world leader and! an inspiration toall men w o all sourcesTelephone EV 9-7711. Ext. 6162. Those interested are asked to
cherish freedom. try to make minor adjustmentsif
For nearly '200 years our Nation has been guided by the basic Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and non-critical military duties

principles set forth In the Declaration of Independence.) Thesame queries concerning such should be directed to: might interfere with the Wednesday -

hardy spirit which helped our ancestors stand! firm in 1776 has prevailed The Holt Publishing COMpany 1950 Blanding Blvd. rehearsel Commander

throughoutour short history.On Jcclcsonv''"., Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 451 Rusch advised. ,
this Independence Day Americans are fighting dying, and Since the choir Is undergoing

standing ready to preserve the principles set forth in that famous VOL. 25 HO. 14 JUNE 29, 1967 expansion, those with limited talent -
declaration. but good interest have a strong
They too, have mutually pledged their lives their fortunes and chance of being accepted Com a
(AFNB mander Rusch finally noted.
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Navy Photos '

Vie for PrizeThe if' .

J' H
M y' 12th Interservice Pho- 1
tography Contest will be held in
t October according to Defense

,>> officials.The contest is designed to afford 4s1 NIIKCSS; k e aP
o both amateur and experienced -
:. photographers serving,
: .. Y. LL in the military services an opportunity -
\ to compete on a worldwide
basis and to have their work
(, judged by leading authorities in N .vYA
photography. YFlMFP4
Competition will be conducteda
all levels in two groups:
d Group I, Black and:! White Photo-
: graphs; Group II, Color Trans-
oj!' 'i parencies.
Ens. Earl/ Lee gave a "grand" tour of one of VW 4's Super Each entry in Groups I and II
"Connfes" to ,HAS Supply personnel .familiarize them with/ / will be submitted in one ,of the
the various/ aircraft} parts which their/ department procures and following seven catagories: f a'ty, '
distributes. people babies and children animals
and pets, action scenic\
Revises ScheduleThe military life and experimental.The .
Hospital following general criteriaare
suggested as a guide for con-
Outpatient Department of New patients to the Prenatal testants in the selection of photo VP-7 skipper, Cdr. J. R. Swodener (1)) receives a olaneslde'
the Gynecology and Obstetric Clinic located in the Obstetric graphs for submission: impact welcome from VP 23 skipper, Cdr. H. R. Lockwood upon his
Clinic at the Naval Hospital now Clinic will,be seen by appoint- freshness of approach,story tell arrival in Slgonella.
has a new schedule. ment on Monday 1 p.m. ing technical skill size viewing
New gynecology patients will be Returning patients to the Pre- distance quality and sharpness.All .
seen Monday through Friday at natal Clinic will be seen on Tues- entries must be submittedin VP-7 Completes MoveThe
and 1
day Thursday at p.m.
8 a.m. without an appointment.
accordance with the following
There is a limit of 15 patientsper first Those of pregnancy patients with will complications be seen- rules: ((1) Entries will be photo- final steps of moving an ing officer of VP-7 received_ a
medical officer on a
first served;: basis. on Friday at 1 p.m. in the Obstetric -. graphs taken by individual entire squadron over 5,000 miles plane-side welcome from VP-23
come Clinic. contestants on or subsequent to across the Atlantic Ocean was skipper Cdr. H.R. Lockwood.VP .
Returning gynecology patients Acutely ill patients will be seen December 1, 1964. ((2)) Persons completed recently and all 23, homeported in Brunswick -
will be seen by appointment on
at any time. who are American nationals and Patrol Squadron Seven aircraft Maine had been deployedin
Wednesday at 8 a.m.' are recognizable subjects in the personnel and 70,000 pounds of Sigonella since November of

photographs must designate on equipment are safely in Sigonella. last year.
the entry form the authority for Sicily. During the next six months
I: use of the entry in contest pub- VP-7 aircraft: departed VP-7 will be working with the
licity and reproduction.For Jacksonville for the M e d- United States Sixth Fleet and
FACTORYREDUCTION additional information see' iterranean in the early part of Allied Forces in various oper-
Buraeu of Naval Personnel Instruction May. ations throughout the Medi-
1710.7. Cdr. J.R. Swadener command- terranean.

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-Merit Program Jobs Revealed I I IThe

Merit Promotion Oppor- Examiner, GS-7. Area of con- be accepted through the' close
tunities listed below are sideratonNAS.NARFNARTU,' of business July 10.
currently open for receipt of COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commis- MPB No. 107-67 Cash Clerk,
applications. The area of con- sary Stores. Applications will GS-4. Area of consideration -
sideration and closing date for be accepted through the closeof Navy Commissary Stores, NAS,
each bulletin is as shown. business July 6. NARF NARTU, COMFAIRJAX.
MPB No. 72-67 Plan D MPB No 103-67 Trainee. Areaof Applications will be accepted
Grade Levels GS-4 and below consideration NARF Jacksonville through the close of businessJuly
Area of consideration WAS Fla. Applications will 10.
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, be accepted through the closeof MPB No. 108-67 Detective,
Navy Commissary Stores,Jack- business June 29. GS-7. Area of conslderation-
CAPT. T. WASHINGTON JR., (right) presented year awards sonville, Fla. Applications will MPB No. 104-67 LeaderGro- NAS, NARF,NARTU,COMFAIR-
to the/ following NARF employees June 13. Left to right: Harold be accepted at any time. ceryman. Area of consideration JAX, Navy Commissary Stores.
/ Atwell//, Arthur L. Hcrrgneff, William L. Catrette, RaymondA. MPB No. 79-67 Plan CAll Navy Commissary Stores, NAS, Applications, will be accepted
Madonna, Marvin/ T. Gurr ancHorman/ W. On/sson./ semi' skilled positions Pay NARF NARTU, COMFAIRJAX. through the close of business
Level 7 and below. Area of Applications will be accepted J\l1v..ll. -
consideration NAS-- NARTU, through the close of business
MPB No. 109-67 Per-
20 Civilians PromotedThe Military
sonnel Clerk (Typing),
Commissary Stores, Jackson- No. 105-67 SupervisoryA.C
Area of
consideration Fleet
following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promotedin ville, Fla, Applications will Quality Control Specialist, 'Weather NAS Jax. Fla.
accordance, with the station's Merit Promotion Program: be accepted at any time. GS11. Area of conslderatlon- Facility,
and all naval activities locatedon
Fleet Weather Facility MPB No. 83-67 Plan B All WAS, NARF NARTUCOMFAIR-
NAS, Jax. Fla. NAS Cecil
POARCH, Ben P. Jr. 1U: Administrative Assistant, GS 7., skilled positions Pay Level 8 JAX, Navy Commissary Stores.
Field Station
Fla. and Naval ,
and above. Area of consider- Applications will be accepted
Naval/ Air/ Rework Facility Fla. !
Mayport Applications will\
aton NAS, NARF, NARTU, through the close of business
FERGUS, Roy E. TO: Airframes Mechanic COMFAIRJAX, Navy ,Commis- July 11.MPB. .. be accepted 11. to close of business..r,'
PRICE Alfred B. TO: Electronics Mechanic sary Stores, Jacksonville Fla. No. 106-67 Management July
MORTIMER, Raymond F.Jr. TO:Mechanical Engineering Technician Applications will be accepted at Technician, GS-5. Area of con- All applicants for the above
GS -7. any time.A sideration -NAS.NARF.NARTU, positions must be career or
SISK;James F. TO: Electronics Mechanic separate application Form COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commissary -. career-conditional employees of
STEVENS, Charles W. TO: Assistant Production Controlman (Air- 57 must be filed for each of the Stores. Applications will the Federal government. ;
frames Mech.) above three positions.
WILSON, Donn L. TO: Electronics Mechanic MPB No. 93-67 Supervisory
MCCRARY, Franklin W. TO: Electronics Mechanic Electronics Technician, GS-11
DENO, Elroy J. TO: Aircraft Instrument Worker Area of consideration -Nation
GARDNER Marion E. TO: Management Technician, GS 7. wide. Applications will be r rj
YOUNG, Howard L. TO: Aircraft Examiner (Aircraft Electrician) accepted through the close of
BLALACK, Glen B. Foreman (Leadingman) Aircraft Electrician business July 6.
ADAIR, Atticus M. TO: Production Controller (Aircraft), GS-7 MPB No. 96-67 General En-
FRANCISCO, John E. TO: Engineering Technician,.GS 9 gineer, GS-11. Area of consid-
LEVERENCE, John J. TO: Supervisory Aircraft Quality Control eration Nationwide.
Specialist, GS 12 tions will be accepted trough '
PATTON, John L. TO: Production Controller, (Aircraft) GS-7 the close of business July 17. j "9 '
JOHNSON, Woodrow W. TO: Aircraft Towman MPB No. 97-67 Metallurgist, ,
TESKE, Junior F. TO: Management Technician GS 11 GS-11. Area of consideration- t't.
STEVENS, Harry J. TO: Management Technician, GS -11 Nationwide. Applications will
DENNIS, Alexander S. Jr. TO: Senior Production Controlman be accepted through the close 't. i
(Electronics Mechanic) of business July 17, &t\S \' ?r ; ,:
MPB No. 100 67 Closed '
I Comptroller Rules on GS Pay Microphone Reported..or Short-

1 The Importance of maintaining him to GS-12 payThe Comp hand Reporter GS 7. Area of mm jfn' a'* 4v avi.aruiwr j t tiimn.i,i n-i f ?- JWXK*

I classifications and ratings basedon troller General found no basis consideration Will,, Ap- Cc/r./ ,'Lou,C/orrocco/ ,, HARP XO,, opd Mrs., Joe Duffefc, Illustrp. F
current duties and responsibilities for retroactive adj jdstment Itt p4y. plications. accepted for, put finishing;touches'on a progress chart which wlllal.-
July 17.MPB
illustrated the that Federal employee
is by He ruled
of the No. 101-67 Supervisory low employees to see how the unit Is faring in Its: cost reduction
case discussed In Comptroller Is entitled only to the pay
General Decision B-139218July position to which he Is officially Communications Specialist,GS- program. "
of duties 9. Area of consideration NAS,
20,1966. assigned, regardless
An and
Army employee occupyinga responsibilities may
position of Freight Traffic carrying out. :performance of Navy Commissary Stores. Appli-
i Officer, GS-9, alleged that for other duties does not auto- cations will ,be accepted throughthe Z BkC-
1 the classification close of business July 5.
almost three years he performed matically change
MPB No. 102-67
duties of a GS-12 Transportation or entitle the employee to Loss and Damage Transportation Claims- BY, BELLAIR, HOME BUILDERS I I INC
Officer position. The employees additional compensation.
I claimed this should have entitled


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President Johnson has appointed RATES
an advisory committee on
top Federal salaries to study the
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,Congress and the Federal Judiciary .
and to submit recommendations PAYMENTSMcDOUGAU'S ......1'.. 1; ,."'.""f<,.ft'.'.... '. ,. 4'II.1

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industry, the universities, and INSURANCE AGENCY '. .
state and local governments. It
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mapon collected by Federal
agencies Congressional committees Colt Us Anytime m
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headed by Marion Folsom of .
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The President has asked the : .
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Ham Radio Club Promotes Interest for All "': ,:;::f

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: W4NEK club. presIdent, Sgt. ,Albert' DennIs/ makes radio// con toe// with one of( the thousands' of HAM RADIO CLUB MEMBERS.Don Pennington George Romanlsky prepare to make.a. radio .- while THE CODE. STATION /Is operated fcy Mike/ Greenwqy during the. emergency drill! ..\
: ham radio sites located around the world.i / .. operating with/ / emergency equipment during a national simulated/ emergency Jrlll'Saturday. Saturday. .
, W4NEK may sound like a secret The club has 16 members with ply two stations operating with tion then contacts the party in agua, Panama, Paraguay.. Peru, erators. The antennas used were . r S f
,J{ weapon used in a James Bond many openings for interested only one party speaking at a Miami who is making the call. Venezula and Guantanamo Bay, over'50 feet high, and! over 1,000, ''iii, t(.
thriller but actually they are personnel.The Upon assurance that the two Cuba -- most of W4NEK's' con- feet of wire was used. ,
h the call letters of the Jax Navy main function of the club time.The procedures in making a parties are on hand, the Jack- tacts are put through to"Gitmo.''*"' "ThIs' was the first time the ........., t...;. "
Ham Radio Club. is to operate phone patches ship phone patch, although they may sonville station then connects Always prepared to operate present ebb participated in the y
Located InBullding726' the club to shore, or to overseas oper- sound complicated ate as simple the telephone line between Miami under emergency conditions, the annual drill," said club president SBob's'
was reopened d in September with ated ham stations.. The club as making a' long distance and the Jacksonville station. The. club members proved their abil-- Sgt. Dennis s.,. "and it was a ': Oak Hill
' Air Force Sgt. Albert Dennis, provides recreation for Inter- phone call. phone conversation Is then piped ities Saturday while participating huge success." j
president!,. ested personnel here.A For example, a party In Miami through the two radio stations, in a national 24 hour simulated. The Jax Navy'}Ham Radio Club ; Pure Service CenterOpen
phone patch is simply a one wished to speak to a sailor aboarda thus creating a radio-telephone drill. is working on building its pre-
way, teleI one-radlo conversation Navy destroyer in the Mediterranean conversation.The sent membership.- Anyone is for' convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
H HONDAMOTORCYCLES 0 N D A between two parties.. A Sea." The party in party originally making the Setting up their equipment ina eligible to join the club. The your
.; "one-way"' conversation is slm- 'Miami finds that the nearest ham call is charged only for a Miami field four miles south of Doctors only requirements are to be in
;. station is located in Jacksonville. to Jacksonville phone call by Inlet, the 14 participating members some way connected with the rMdstnrtoepkk.... ;., 1 .dillysry. ",
fifflir fSIffi[ He then calls the Jacksonvilleham the telephone company. operated their radios all military, $such as dependents, J
St"1Open station,.telling who he wishes Phone patches can be made night, making over 1500 contacts. civil service workers or military .1C.chuk. : ii dty..AM.rkul, .. t l Ftrtigi.. Cm'
--i w. Civ MtrchanU Orion to speak to, and where the party almost anywhere in the United Contacts, were made in almost personnel, and to have an interestin v
,' Dally 8 am.7'7 p.m. TWIN REALTY located. ,', States. ,Overseas contacts can every, ,state' and numerous ham amature radio operations. 103rd &J J. .M.. .{
be made'InBrazil.Canada,Chile,*; '' -information be obtained 'h ;5Z j
.sites over seas. :iFurther, can '
:; Sat.8 8 a.m.6 p.m. HILDA T. NETH The J Jacksonville station locates Columbia, Costa Rica, Cuba,1 Dominican > J lax members' > operated' with ,b by ,balling the club at 771-9156 ,JadI.o..Yllle.,.. Fla. ,
Closed/ Sundays e He.ltorJoseph the destroyer via radio Republic, El 'Salvador, three transmitters,'and two gen-. extension 8420.
The Greenland, Haiti, Honduras, .
equipment* possible. party .
: ,MOTORSfcCYCLES E. Neth Associate being called 'is' notified of a call Israel, and Liberia. Still otherscan ... -5--'
' RentalsSaleS'AcreageLotsResidentialCommercial coming in. Jacksonville sta- be made In Mexico, NicarAIRMAN -: '- r. .
', I ,'.. THE CLUB MET with/ mehcanlcal problems before the drill
COMPANY, INC. Industrial! ; ;. : t : i.-' I_____ got underway. But Don Pennlngton and Albert Dennis repaired
' } 4949 Blandlnr 2843681Orange ., .' the power generator and put it back Into operation. 1Afl11\
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": : NiARTUNUfldYI.fl.I NATTC : Behind The Scene. -

By Tom Raker

Cdr. Richard O. Daum, USNR, r USS Cambria (APA-36) with the
one of the part-time recruitersfor Sixth Fleet. NATTC's Serviceman of the IV CWO S.W. DeLoach Jr., pre-
"Weekend Warriors", Month for May Is PN1 Robert sented certificates to 14 members -
***..... School's Class 701
swore the second of his four W. Kelley, who works in the J of AO/B
sons into the Naval Reserve Officer Thirty-five young "Weekend Enlisted Personnel Office. He n f upon their completion of a six
Candidate III Program,Sun- Warriors" graduated Sunday, will be given a $50 savings bond months course June 20.
from their two week recruit and a commendation by Capt.. CWO DeLoach spoke brieflyon entering this Naval Air Reserve training program aboard NARTU R.P. Kline. Kelley and his fam- the military balance excellence that In must job
programCdr.Daum's son, Jax.In ily will also get a trip sponsoredby exist between
David, has taken his first step charge of the young men for the U.S.O. to St. A \1stine. skills and military L.comportment.Allyn was
A01 James
toward preparing himself for their active duty training was .
eventual active duty with a com- ADR1 RJ. Sanders on active duty DESIGNS SYSTEM Honorman of of the 89.75.class. He will
an average
with NARTU.
mission Naval Reserve Of-
as a
; ficer. Eric W. Graeff of Jacksonville While attached to the Enlisted now become a pan of ship'scompany '
Presently a senior at the Win- took top military honors in the Personnel Office, Kelley has aboard the Bonhomme
ter Park(Ha.)High school,David group and was selected for Re- served as supervisor of the Receipts Richard.
the class were
Included in
cruit Company: Commander. Transfer and Correspondence -
plans to major in Business Administration the STAR
first scholastically During his three participants In
4 at the University of Coming in sections.
j Colorado. was John S. Saemann, Jr.attend assignment to the Transfer Program. That Is a program by .
s Cdr. Daum's oldest son. ing the Naval Aviation Academy Section, he Initiated an elaborate which a third class petty officer
i Bernard, is serving aboard the in St. Petersburg. record verification system may go to school and graduateas
whereby each transfer is PN1 Robert V.Kelley a second class petty officer.
and accurately verified The three men were A02 AlfredC.
; NSSO Requests Survey The mannerinwhichKelley the carrier was changed to a Skidmore, A02 Thomas V.
I i supervised his section brought canted flight deck. -McGinn, and A02 Earl L. At-

For Renonation Plan favorable comments from the Chief Zeilman is going to retire kins Jr. ........
Administrative Inspector about in St. Louis.
A long hard look is being shops or 'other facilities not his organization and knowledge. ........ The AXON LANCERS,
t taken at the buildings housing suited for a retail store or cafe- NATTCs drill team,participatedin '.
........ .
Festival in
m. J Navy exchanges, cafeterias, teria. Mrs. Tania S. Ham receiveda the Watermelon '
snack bars, service stationsen- As headquarters of'the world- AEC Warren G. Zeilman retired Certificate of Recognition of Chiefland, Saturday. There were
: saries by the Navy Ship's Store wide Navy Resale System, NSSOIs June 21, after 20 yearsIn Service Friday, from Cdr. A.W. about 600 people at the Festivalto
> j Office (NSSO). Many of the seeking an answer to this problem the Navy. He has been around Bradbury. Mrs. Hamhasworked see the parade'and to take pan
,J structures used by these facilities by having a survey conductedof Jacksonville since 1957. His for the government for 15 years.' in square dancing, turtle racing. ,
: were built during WWII. all Navy exchange and com- most recent duty was as an instructor She came to NATTC in January and other amusements.........
Exchanges and commissarystores missary store physical plants In in AE/B School. Be- 1954 and worked in the AO School.
obtain the most modern the U.S. and overseas. fore coming here to teach, Zeil Later she transferred to the AO School Honorman: AN Eric
interior futures and equipment to Naval Facilities Engineering man was with the Air Group I, finance office, and now she is a Nord 93.00. AO Honor Class:
provide thebestqualitymerchan- Command field divisions will VF-14, for the second time. He mail and file clerk in the Cen- 711A, 76.73.
dise or foods and try to give make the study of existing resale- was also with that group on an tral Office of the Administration AE School Honorman: AN JohnM.
prompt and efficient service to facilities. Local Navy Exchangeand around-the-world cruise aboard Department. Clause, 94.61. AE Honor
their customers.; Commissary: : officers will act the USS Midway In 1955 when Class: 712.
However, they are hindered in as NSSO representatives In their 'r '
their efforts because the buildings area and will work closely with #
have the wear and tear of the Navy Engineers to schedule,
more than 20 years of existenceas conduct and develop target dates
convened barracks, work- for the completion of the survey.

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| Movies |r _. Club: ._ SchedulesHASJAX I

MOVIES will be shown regularly -

at the NAS Jax Theatre "0" CLUB: Thursday is Beefeater's Nite for the price of
at 6 and '8:15 p.m., Monday thru $1.95, featured from, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sam Ross will appear 'S
Saturday. There will also be a for your musical entertainment Friday evening from 8:30 p.m.
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays, to 11:30 p.m. For a change of pace listen and dance,to the music of Ads should be moiled tc the Holt Publishing' "
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital Mark Castle Saturday evening from 8:30 11:30 p.m. The Main 1950 Blending' Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida' 32210. to '
Theatrewillhaveoneweekly Club will be closed on Independence daybutthe NX pool, pool snack not latet Han Tuesday for publication the ,following'
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field bar. Ceiling Zero will be open. day. Adi arriving' too late for this' deadline wilt be
will have two shows during the ACEY DUECY CLUB: Friday evening attend the"Fiesta". March the following week unless the publisher is instructed
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- Wilson will Saturday evening for dancing pleasure.. wise.' A check or money order for the full cost of the
appear your
be received WITH the for the ad.
inees will be shown on week- Sunday dance to the music of Mark Castle. On Independence Day copy

ends at 2 and 5 p.m. try the "pair of pizzas" for $.90 andbeer for $.05 starting at 1 p.m.A DO NOT SEND CASH
Steak Special will be featured for 125.
THURSDAY. June 29 BLUEJACKETS INN: Thursday every evening day features the Chances from RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . _
NAS: "A PISTOL FOR RINGO": 8 p.m. to midnight. The Redcoats will be playing Friday evening Per additional line ((4 words per line). . ,

with Montgomery- Wood. ((105 for your dancing pleasure from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The dinner specialis
Min.) shrimp or fish for $.65 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. ,Saturday, from
HOSPITAL: : 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. the Better Half's will entertain you, with the
with Keir Duella and -Jack Formations, taking over the spotlight in the evening from 9 BRAND NEW ZIGZAG SINGER ZIG ZAG
Warden. ((105 Min.) 1, a.m. The dinner special for Saturday Is a 16 oz., T-bone steak Domestic sewing mat out of lay- SEWING
C. FIELD: "THE TENTH VIC- for $1.35 from noon to 7 p.m. The Better Half's will again play a-way. Buttonholes fancy designs Responsible party to
TIM": with Marcello Mastro- Sunday afternoon from 2 p.m. until6p.m.with the Redcoats featuredin etc. Bal. $26.50 cash or per. month payments,
iarml. ((100 Min.) evening from 8 p.m. until midnight.,The dinner special for Sundayis trms. cash balance$54.This

FRIDAY, June 30 1/2 chicken fQr $.65Monday and Tuesday will be double-headers. RAYFIELD SEWING' CENTER makes buttonholes,'
6437 Wilson Blvd. 771-9106
; tons, blind stitches;
The Muskaters will play both days from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. The
ches and
: : with Redcoats are featured Monday evening from 8 p.m. till midnight, PAY DAY LOANS, -BARGAINS'on tachments.
Annette Funicello and Fabian. .and Phil Cay and! the _Chattels will perform the following evening. unredeemed merchandise.Air''
Min.) see to appreciates
Base Pawn 6463 Roosevelt
HOSPITAL: "A PISTOL FOR CPO Club . Friday night a lobster special featured along 1946 Anytime, ask
Open 10 a.m. to 8 Phone
RINGO": with Montgomery with dancing to the music of the Moonlighters. Saturday night 384.4066.. Manager. Will
Wood ((105 Min.) lobster will again be served and a special will be offered. ligation.
C. FIELD: "MOMENT OF Dancing will be to the sound of Charlie Jay. Sunday, a Family
TRUTH": with Spanish cast. Day Special Is in order, with Fried Chicken selling for $1: children A-l SEWING
AKC Wormed and-
((118 Min.) $.60.. Tuesday, the Fourth of July, will feature ,10 hotdogsand Shots.registered.264 4135. after 5:00.
10# beer at the pool from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Free rides on the
SATURDAY, July 1 Fire Truck for the small ones will also be part of the great day. "REAL ESTATE: We

NAS: "WARNING SHOT": with HAS CECIL FOR SALE: PACKING tJ XES' you Buy, Sell or Invest.Bowen

David Jansen and Joan Collins. Beacon Club. ."Bingo Night" tonight with the Ifls entertaining for moving 15tf each. Phone Real Estate
((108 Min.) and a Veal Cutlet dinner offered at 60#. Tomorrow the Twiggs 353-4277 VANS 736 DellwoodAve. USN Retired -
HOSPITAL: "THUNDER AL- will swing and Saturday night features the Sounds Unlimited along .
ley": with Annette Funicello with Al Montgomery. Sunday, Phil Cay and the go go girls will 'FOR RENT OR FOR
and Fabian. ((98 Min.) entertain and Mdtiday night the Twigs will take over the scene. FOR RENT; 2BDRAPT.Complt.Furn. .Houses & Apts.
C. FIELD: "THIN RED LINE": ., Air, Very nice. Orange FHA resales $50 & $
with Keir Dacha and Jack Park. Will rent to TAD Person- Call Powell or Mills,
Warden. ((105 Min.) triple nel or Bachelors 264 6884. 264 2411. ,Orange

treat 0 nns31r
with David Jansen and Joan HOUSE FOR SALE: 6441 HAR-
Collins. ((108 Min.) LOW BLVD., 3BR. 2B Home. MOBILE HOME
C. FIELD: A PISTOL FOR' 52 1cU:9T&jl: Many extras., Immed.Occupancy 1966 Caviller 55'x12'
RINGO": with Montgomery Wood. $100. cash (no more). $109 Early /Am. Decor.
(105 Min.) A lean juicy hamburger t u per month. 7713349. of loan. For Inf. call P.M.'V
cooked over open llamei. O ..,, ,aft. 5:30 p.m. &
A heaping bagful _.4-, fOR SALE ORTEGA HILLS
''crisp golden ,!french; 'fries.. w y a '2 mini 'NAS, 3,BR; '1 1/2 B. I
rwiIS A rich,full-Ilevored shake, M "' r Built-in kit. ,R & oven. Fire FOR RENT: 3BR,
That's a real'Triple Treail ,..'. ) place & open '1 teamed ceil. 2 Extra clean. Avail
Y A/C inc. $450.00 Dn. FHA $90 mo. 771-1969

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Fully equip. for racing. RAYFIELD SEWING

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IN PARK i $45 mo. lights and water furn. course, only $15.00
Phone 387-5789. Includes guitar and
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Record ftay rCovnt Friday
.lllng f: 6,00 P.M. to 12
YOUR NtE&OS %q JAX HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLOC. 26 foster ovallablt when 1M : Saturday
Te/ 384-1391 or Tot. SP J-32M or I want and nod en. 12 Noon to 12

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'. Pogo 10 J-AX AIR' HEM/AFTERBURNER ___ June 29, 1967

:L Debbie Reuse is Bow ChampDebbie Golfers QualifyAll

it VA86fGolfers- '
[ ; Lead 1 r sented at the shoot and was station and fleet golfersare
the only military team to come invited to enter the Annual

With the season half over, Marine Barracks 6 5 0 545 Rease into the came third in AE1 Class John B 6th Naval the District Cecil Qualifying Field Golf[

the VA-86 "A" team continuesto CVW-4 4 4 3 500 competition and AM2 Bob Reed, Rounds at of
Course.The this
lead the competition in the A-174 "4" 5 5 2 500 of VC-4 won the Class C Ama- winners NAS tour-Cecil
: Intramural Golf League with 11 Admin. ,_ 5 50 500'VA174 teur Division. Other military nament will represent -
still "1" 1 450 Field in the 6th Naval Dis-
wins. 4'5
' straight They are i teams participating were from
f. keeping their heads down and A-1'74 "1" 4 6 1 409 NAS Jacksonville, Pensacola, trict Golf Tournament to be heldat
elbows in, ready for keen compe- A-8C "B" 4 7 0 364- Y1a Key West, Homestead Air Force HAS, Pensacola, Florida, between -
tition during the second half of AMD "2" '4 7 0 364 f $ Base, and the Charleston Navy 5th of the 31st of July and the
league play. Medical 4'l 0 364- Base. August
t The next three teams each VA-l'72 2 4 0 333 Ths competition this past Bill Stott, Golf Pro at Cecil
have two losses and one tie. A-45 1 7 1 162 weekend consisted of Field Archery Field, said "We want to select -
Both are ready to overtake the MIlPers/Supply 0 11 1 042 Contestants shot at three the better golfers to represent -
first place spot,should the VA-86 A-72 "21t 0 10 0 000 types of targets on a course ofa the base in this tour-
"A" team falter.The: 86 team has Dv 28 target total. The three nament. We are going to select
already beateu the second and of black the four lowest scores !in the
types targets are: .
.' fourth place teams and will not and white targets, animal silhouettes open division. This division,by
.. meet the third place team until and a multi colored the way, is made up of any golfer -
the middle of August. Rease daughter of on the staion, and three in
." ) Looks like tough competition AE1 7 John Rease, is shown target.The targets range in size from the Senior Division. This
a ahead for all concerned. here with some of the troph six inches to a total of 24inch s. includes anyone over the age of
StandingsWon gas that she has taken In Archery Cecil Field willbe represented 45."
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will consistof
"This tournament
competitions. DebbieIs at a money shoot to be heldat
Lost Tied l/o this year's' winner of the the Fort Caroline Archery a 36 Hole Medal Play. 18
A-86 "A" 11 0 0 1000 Southeastern Archery ChampIon Club on July 9th. This contestis holes must be played at one.
10 809 time. I must be advised when a
'- A-44 3" 2 1 sh I pi open to anyone who would like
8 golfer is going to play qualifying
AMD 1" 2 1 to compete for money prizes.
:' A-44 "2' 7 2 1 '750 round and will give him a
A-44 "1" 7 3 0 '700' Debbie Rease, daughter of AE1 Track and Field special score card. After com-
A-174 "2" 7 4 1 625 John Rease of VA-86, won the pleting the 18, he will turn the
'i. OPS 6 4 1 5i Southeast Archery Championship Any service personnel Interested card back to me and I will keep
j VFP-62 5 4 0 555 Competition and was defending in participating in an the record of it to determinethe
VA-72 5 4 0 555 champion in the Southeastern All Comers Track and Field seven lowest scores of the
,"i contest this year. Meet, please contact the Athletic qualifying rounds.
f.'\ Debbie says that she would Office at extension 497 or 498. He continued by saying, "You
I 'j. w like,to represent the United Statesin There will be no formal entrance see, each year the different bas-
1: 1: the Olympic Game Trials com- application for any of es put !in a bid to be host for
ing up next year. the meets this season. All ser- the tournament, and Pensacola,
{ Debbie started shooting in 1965 vice personnel are welcome and got the whole thing thls...year."
'. when she was ten years old, encouraged to participate.
and won 25 competitions in a ;J '

,I WEEKEND :JIq. row. She lost only one after FISHING LICENSE Il .;. ;
that because there were no competitors 1967 68 fishing license's are n, :.
her age and she was now on sale at the NAS Cecil "' P X 1.I''
forced to shoot against pro- Field Gear Locker Bldg. f## 4 t }
.1'\ fessional adults. from 9 12 and 12:30-3 Mon-
Cecil Field, was well repre- day through Friday.



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I Marines Scamper to 3rd Straight I Intramural Scoreboard w:.:. :

INI Track and Field ChampionshipMarine American League intramural STANDINGS r .

Softball teams have, for the most American League .
part, completed their scheduled Team
Barracks runners I -: ".' slate of games although a few Won Lost Pct.
"ran away" from : left be VAP 62 17 1 .944
literally every ., ; rain-outs are to played.
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challenge as the twice- < : National League action on June Hospital 3 .833
postporv "h' '...> ......, $
Intramural Track and Field meet III ; 20 saw FAETU over NARTU,8-2; Weaponeers 11 7 .611
was finally held on a humid June VP-45 17, Aircraft Matnt. 1; COMFAIRJAX 11 7 .611.
VW-4 8, Administration 3; 679th Air Force 6 12 .333

20.The Marines, firm believersin c i k.r'y If'i KIM VP-30 12, Air Operations 0 Dispensary 6 12 .333
pre-conditioning, saw the results and Supply in a football rout of Marine Barracks 6 12 ,333
of their work payoff as they Communications, 34-20. AFEES 5 I 13 .278
won the affair for a third consecutive Thursday games saw Com- NARF 4 14 .222
year, topping last year's munications over Aircraft Maint. FAW 11 3 18 .143

39 1/2 points with 46. 12-6; VW-4 7, NARTU 3; National
Although the winners fielded Administration 9, Air Operations League
only. nine men, it was another 7, and FAETU 11, MARTD Team Won Lost Pct.
Marine, sprinter Bill Knopp of 0. VW-4 13 0 1.000
the Marine Air Reserve Train- VP-30 11 2 .846
ing Detachment who stole the Golfers Vie for 6ND NARTU 8 4 .667
cinder show. His 10.1 in the FAETU 7 6 .538
100 yard dash was good enoughfor Tournament Positions Administration 6 7 .462
first place .in the finals, but Aircraft 5 7 .417
he was credited with a faster Tract: victcrs..The Marine Barracks The first of two 18 hole golf Mat nt 5 7 .417
century in the prelims when time qualification matches to select Communications 3 9 .250
clocks got him in 9.8. His faster than last year when he 880 -- 1, E. Whitehead Marines three NAS Jax teams for the Air Operations 3 9 .250 "
final time broke his last year's ran 23.7. The 22.6 was anothernew 2:09.8. 2, N. Fellers, Sixth Naval District Tournamentat MARTD 1 12 .077
time tenth of record.A Admin., 2172. 3, J. Palmer, Pensacola will
by one a second July 31-Aug. *The 11th member
field mark VP 30, 2:23.9.: 4, C. Drews, : league's ,
for one of four new records. new event was set be held Saturday and Sunday.
Paul Fowler chased Knepp to in 'the pole vault as Bill Phillipsof Ficeur, 228.: 5, D. Deshaw, Four regulars and two alter- VP-45 (currently won-lost on deploy-record
the wire in the other sprint the Hospital cleared 12 feetto VP 30, 3:30.: nates will be selected in the open will ment. Their be included in final
classic, the VT20, but the MARTD win the event. Second place, Mile -- 1, N. Fellers, Ad division. Players must have a not
dashman's 22.6 proved,if nothing which broke last year's standard min., 518.4, 2, E. Schuhle, FI- handicap of six or less. Those standings.
else, he was a couple of ;steps too was 11'6". The runnerupwas ceur, 5:30.4.: 3, J. Walker, hoping to qualify must play with
Bill Russell of Commune Marines, 6213.: 4, B. Drin- someone also in the running for Spw ,(Ir.- I \
Cadets Maintain Edge ications. non, Ficeur, 6:54.5.: 5, K. Dy- the trip; not singly. FOR FJPEEDOMb
Although the Marine running ball. Hosp., 7:14.4.: Three regulars and two alter-
I IN Army-Navy Sports machine left the rest of the Broad Jump .. 1, B. Barr, nates will be selected in the
field in the dust, there were MARTD, 19' 9". 2. P. Fowler, senior division. A'' handicap of
Annapolis, Md.--Navy's first other teams there too. Final Marines, 18'3". 3, B. Phillips, 12 or less is needed.
weekend sports edge over arch- team standings showed MARTDin Hosp., 17' 7 1/2". 4. R. Mann, The same number' of golfers
rival Army since the fall of 1963 second place with 28, Hospital VAP 62, 17' 6 1/2". 5, B. will represent the air station in
ended the athletic year' 196667on 18; VP-30, 17; VAP-62, Harper, VP 30,17'1". the womens division. They must
a hopeful note. 12; VW-4, 11; Administration, High Jump -- 1, L. McConley, have a handicap of 15. .
Despite a 3-2 triumph in spring: 9; Ficeur, 8; Communications, VW 4, 5' 10". 2, D. Robertson The second weekend of qualification '
sports, however, the Midshipmen 6; Security 4 and FAETU, 4. Security, 5'8". 3, R. H. rounds will be July 89. 1' : FRUOOM9 'fOUN A1IOW.
still wound up on the short end of Bore, VAP 62, 5'3". 4, Personnel may sign for the VAtltYft & fOR'!,ftNMtVL.VA IAt14-1
the year-round' competition with Meet Summary: B. Phillips, Hosp. 5, J, Walker, events at the NAS Pro Shop.
the Cadets. Army had nine 100--1, B. Knepp MARTD, Marines.
victories, Navy seven, and there :10.1. 2, B. Barr, MARTD, Pole vault -- 1. B. Phillips,
. .. was one tie (soccer) in the 17 :10.6. 3, J. Parham VAP-62, Hosp., 12. 2B.RussellComm.
, Army-Navy athletic events. In :10.7. 4, W. Harrison, Marines,' '11'6". .3,. B. Leahy, FAETU, Kc/ PIZZA
. : an added soccer meeting with :10.8. 5,J. Newcomer,,VAP-62, 11'. 4, K. Brown, Marines, 5, )
= the Cadets in the N.C.A.A.Tournament 10.9. F.Trosen,'VP-30.. '
r.. suffered .1..3-1. '. .> ; -Cain- Ma- ,TAKE OUT ORDERS

Navy ; B. Knepp, MARTD 5hOt..pur'1.-; : ,
'" : setback. :22.6.. 2, P. Fowler, Marines, rines, 42' 2.12. 2, D. Scott,' PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE'CUT STEAKS
: .: "The ,overall record for 1966- :24.0. 3, M Baron, Hosp.,34.2.. VP 30, '42' 1'' 1/2". 3, B. '' ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI '.
x heavyweight: 4, L..McConley.VW-4. 251. 5,, Mann VAP 62, .40'9" 3/4". .1
: ) J. Palmer,.VP 30,25.2. 4, Scholnick. Commn. 39'13/4".
1- .., veals that Navy teams scored 440 -1, K. Brown, Marines, 5, G. Roberts, FAETU, 36'9". +
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The Rigging ; ,

By. Lt. P. f. T IboJe u

It seems like only yesterday' that I sat down to this typewriter to
dash off the first of a series of columns on the activities of the Navy
r t Jacksonville Sailing Club. Now that I look back* it's been a lot of
fun and I've really enjoyed doing it. In the past year and a half I've
come to know that sailers by and large, are a fine group of people,
united by a common interest that is (at least to we old salts) the
I. finest recreation and sport there is. As I leave NJSC I can see
that it has come a long way.
ttJT The Junior Sailing Program now SALTY SEZ: Ter all ye lubbersan'
'il ;. -4 in progress, is a fine exampleof ould salts as 'as been me
.. : THIS FREESTYLER appears the community-spirit that pre- shipmates on this cruise, I'd
to be touching the diving tow. vails among boaters. In the mill like ter say thanks fer a first
, er's edge as he completes his are two other projects that can rate cruise an' may ye' all 'avea
., heat In the June 13 Intramural: do nothing but improve the lot of fair wind an' follerin' seas. .
" meet. the Navy water enthusiast; they . See you on the river.
.; are the boat replacement study
and the clubhouse/marina study. Business
VW-4 Nips Hasp. Implementation these, as time
and money permit, will put Navy Associates
: 't' 4 '. In NSwim Jax on the map as having an Red OweNs-USH Ret. Maiager
outstanding watersports facility.
;4 VW-4 outdistanced the Hospital
Speaking ot the Junior Sailing
;i:; by five points to team Program; Sean Devereaux are urgently
' I I.; title and John Ludwig set a new supervisor; has the following needed to share a very fast
50 meter butterfly mark as 10 items of interest to all hands; growing; business opportunity SAVE UP TO $400.00
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June 13.The weeks through August 4. Classes figure income and be your own
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