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Jax air news
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July 7, 1967


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Marine Corporal/ Decorated with Silver Star :

A twenty-one-year-old against insurgent communistViet opened fire on the enemy. killing After reaching vantage point,
corporal received the nation's ( Cong) forces in the Reptniic or wounding six of the Viet Cong.AS the young Marine called for and
third highest award for valor In of Vietnam" he was reloading his rifle, adjusted artillery fire which inflicted -
combat during a ceremony at While leading a five man he observed another group of additional casualties:: on
the Naval Hospital June 28. ambush patrol on January 31, Viet Cong fleeing and againopened the Viet Cong. .
Cpl. Jimmie L. Robinson, who Robinson was approaching the fire, hitting four more of the "By his sound Judgment ma-
is recovering from wounds at the J village of Phuoc Birch Tay whena enemy." ture leadership, inspiring cour-

hospital, was presented the Silver Vietnamese was seen running Viet Cong began emerging age and selfless devotion to duty,
Star by RAdm. H.H. Caldwell, rit toward the town.Robinson from houses throughout the Robinson upheld.the highest traditions -
commander Fleet Air Jackson realized that the man village and began spraying Rob of the Marine Corps and
ville. was on his way to Inform the inson's squad with small arms of the United States Naval Ser-

The native Floridian was enemy o(-the patrol's arrival.He vice.
decorated, "for conspicuous gal then .Assumed' the point fire.Realizing the "perilous posi- The accompanying-cltationwas
lantry and intrepidity in action position }And ."aggressively"moved tion" of his small unit Robinson signed on behalf of the President -
while serving as a patrol leader his patrol into the village maneuvered his men out of by Maj. 'Gen. F. C. Tharln.
with CompanyGSecond Battalion, where it encountered approximately the village while remaining Robinson Is the _son of Mrs. 1

Seventh Marines First Divisionin Corporal Robinson JSVl001 ng.1mtt'fflfFantlY. behind to cover the patrol's Dora Robinson, 2252 FrenchSt. I

connection with operations p Y Robinson movement. ., Fort Myer. ]

Nitze Receives Promotion;

r _d I Lauds Both Sea Servicesof

... 1 Paul H. Nitze stepped in naval warfare In the rivers
P..U.A.d A,Iht Holt PvMMMiw"""- ,.a trtttt*11 OptntoM U puMlatttr u*when hmtB w*UMtr u4 M M M coMMmtf o.Iii d of MJTb up
hiltdA.rt.nt. (MMWwo*ft tfvwttMMit U. M S publlciUMi*>..nol eonaUtyi MdanMtM of Mr Military."-tiMl of Ik protfucU or_Ie......ttU.... the Defense Department last week and off the coasts of Vietnam.
VOL. 25 NO. 75 u.!.NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKIQHYILLI, FLORIDA JULY 7. 1967 becoming Under Secretaryof De- You have kept pace with the technological :

I fense. and managerial demands -

Defense Team Discusses Vance He replaces In the number retiring two Cyrus defense "All of this this and age.more you have
done with honor and at the price
position. JohnT.McNaughton -
' assistant secretary of
defense for International Security
Affairs 'has been selected to replace -

Equal Housing OpportunitiesA the Navy Nitze the Secretary of

Before leaving the Navy's
five man Department of eral mobile home facilities near the present time Is the accep- civilian positionNitze addressedall top
NAS have made both trailer tance of Negro and
Defense/Navy Department team, Jax personnel hands in the sea services with
headed by Charles E. Baird, rntals and:! space available onan their families by nearby motels, the following :
assistant secretary of the Navy integrated basis and:!have,in fact, particularly on their initial message
(Financial Management), con- accepted Negro tenants in both arrival in the area and until "I complete my tenure as Sec-
of,the Navy with the
ducted a one-day, factfindingconference categories. such time thereafter as tney are
that: the naval service
here on equal oppor- He went on to point out that can
tunity for military personnel in the primary concern locally at (Continued on Page 2)) meet any challenge; that it can "
do so with speed and with con- \
off-base housing June 30. -
skill and that
summate ; our
members with the
Team met
sailors, Marines, WavesWomen
officers of NAS Jax
Marines, and their officer
and its tenant commands: NAS
leaders the finest
Cecil Field, and NS Mayport, in are pro-

the morning, during which Capt. I women fessional in the military world today men and Paul H. N/fxe/

M J. Stack, NAS,Jax C.O., acted of self-sacrifice, long hours and
as'coordinator, for the conference. Ii.. "You have 'aCquitted your- of .
deprivation home'life."Your
f He briefed them on the results Sy'' .. selves with distinction ,in,Viet

w of an area off-base housing.survey ,- .nam"and-were first'on the scene unitormedleadersAd0
concluded 'last week to'provide 'c in the Dominican RepUbUcYou': mlral, McDonald'-'and General v
an .insight into the housing' hive: kept troops, 'In the 'field, Greene.'have'.been superb under .*
plight of local minority group planes In the air, aircraft the heavy burden of their respon-
servicemen and:! women. carriers and escort submarines sibilities to this nation. I am
Following the briefing the COPFERENCEDiscussing off base housing during mooting and Auxiliaries at sea proud to have been numbered

team met for a luncheon- are (Foreground L to R) Capt. U. L. Frefwe///, CO, NAS Cecil past the normal bounds of ex- among you.' Good bye, good luck

discussion of the off-base housing Field; Capt. J. 5. Swope, CO'Moyporf NS; J. Mosfcow/fz/ deputy pectation. and God bless you all."

problem for minority group ser- assistant secretary of Defense (Civil Right & Industrial "You have salvaged a nuclear Nitze had served as Secretaryof

vice personnel with local federal Relations) and Charles E. Baird, assistant secretary of the weapon half a mile beneath the the Navy for over three and

and civil government officials; Navy (Financial Management). sea and pioneered a new form one half years.
real estate officials; selected

realtors, and:! owners, operator 01 Ny j
and:! managers of local multi- CPO Selectee"Continuing Picked Sailor of Month

unit dwellings and:! mobile home -
facilities. o ofw outstanding military made an excellent impression on Also in contention for the Ser-

Some 100 persons NAS attended Officer'sClub. the and professional per- the VIP passengers and RAdm. vice Man of the Month Award .

meeting at the + formance, devotion to duty and Baer, who personnaly expressed was PN2 John J. McGrath of

intro- p .. exemplary conduct" were the his appreciation. ." the Administration Department.
Secretary was basis for the selection of the A native of Youngstown, Ohio, McGrath is petty officer-in-
duced to the assemblage by Cap- June Service Man of the Month, Moscardini received a $50 charge of advancements and par-

tain Stack, speakingbrieflyontheDepartment of Defense's keen interest ADR1 Walter E. MoscardinK savings bond and a certificate ticipation requests for this com-
Assigned as senior plane cap- and citation during ceremoniesin mand and supporting activities.In .
In theproblemsofoffbasehousing tain on the C 117D aircraft at Hangar 117,June 29. the letter of nomination,
for minority group personnel the Operations Department, Moscardini and his wife Cdr. S.R. Morelewski stated,
of the .n
all military ser-
Moscardinl was nominated for Kathryn will receive expense- "McGrath very eaqerlY assumes
vices adjacent to or within a his "outstanding accomplishments free day at St. Augustine, as responsibilities nut specifically
reasonable commuting distanceof exactness. Impeccable guests of the USO Council of St. assigned and has voluntarily devoted -
military Installations. military bearing and professional Augustine, St. John's County and his time and efforts to
lie noted the recent DOD action excellence." the city of St. Augustine.He establish the on station Jacksonville -
taken at Andrews Air Force Base, has passed the examination University Program the
In the letter of nomination,
Md., where an area within a 31/2 LCdr. G. Weir stated, "Moscar- and will be promoted to Chief High School Program and the
mile radius of the off-limits center of the ADR1 Moscardini dini is considered to be the old Avaition Machinist Mate (R)Aug- Language program currently In

base was placed July to salt of the Operations main- ust 16. effect at this command."
military personnel beginning
1 because of landlords'! refusalto tenance Jivision. He is completely -...
Navy oriented In his be-
rent to all service personnelon
basis. haviour, dress and thinking and
an that is a petty officer of the highest
He pointed out, however, Sign
this came as the result of a caliber,
"In the performance of his
special Washington area survey
which is an entirely different New ContractA duties, he comes In contact ,with
all echelons of the armed forces.

program.The Secretary assured the two year negotiated contract The foregoing qualities'combined -

group that they were not at NAS between the NAS Jacksonville with his professional
of Navy CommissaryStore competence and Innate sense of
Jax for the purpose placingany Complex
area in the Navy-Jax com- and American Federation Government tact and diplomacy have earned

plex area off-limits but, rather, Employees, Lodge 696 him many favorable commentsand
to discuss the local problem with (AFGE), was signed by membersof letters" from pilots and pass s sT11cTi

a view toward achieving a joint both organizations Wednesday.Th engers.
of A recent letter from the exe-
and exchange
understanding contract was negotiated
officer of the Naval
ideas for Its solution, since It cutive J
here,at May-
commissary stores
Recruiting Station,Jacksonville,
vitally affects the morale, and Cecil Field in Florida,
port air officer read
welfare, and retention of about and Glynco and Albany in to In the pan Performance operations of plane t' I IUP

five per personnel.In cent of. the local military Georgia.In captain ADR1. Moscardinl and

previous years the contract crewmembers assigned should be TO RE UP AE1 John MacWagner (right) a crewmomberwith "
noting favorable progress was a one year agreement. ThisIs noted favorably. -
YAP 62 In for another hitch
swears during flight oyer-
toward equal treatment Inhousing the first time the contract "They ware sharp in the per-
locally, Captain Stack pointed out has been awarded for a two year formance of their duties and Orlando, Fla. Cdr Frank S. Coleman, squadron CO, administered

that within the past month, sev- period. under Moscardini's supervision the oath while flying' a Sky Warrior 'at 20,000 feet.Valiant .


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Military Dependents Given
Support Cycle SafetyBy
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Ed Sowa Specific Medical ServicesEDITOR'S

Following ninety day trial period the Command of the station ( NOTE: This Is a hospital.
has extended the privilege of on station driving and parkingof Edward's Chapel the second of a series of art. Care in uniformed services facilities -

two wheeled vehicles on a permanent basis effective July 1. SUNDAY Ides relating to medical ben include all existing
Now that this privilege is official personnel should realize and and 11 - 9 a.m. efits for military dependents.) space available privileges together -
be conscious of the safety factors that if heeded faithfully will a.m.DAILY with some new space -
insure continuation of the new base policy governing two wheeled MASS - 11:45 a.m. Public Law 89 614 the Civilian available benefits that have been
vehicle operation. (See story on Page 12)) SATURDAY MASS -9:00 a.m. Health and Medical Pro- added since January 1.
Last year over 2.000 cyclists died in accidents according to 5 CONFESSIONS, - Saturday gram for Uniformed Serviceshas Among the new health benefit
statistics released by the U. S. Public Health Service. These p.m. 5:30 p.m.7- : p.m. two effective dates. Outpat- provided are: .

figures indicate that of the two million registered motorcycles in ient care in civilian facilitiesfor Nervous and mental disorders -

the United States one out of every 1,000 operators died in an accident U.S. Naval Hospital active duty dependents began : treatment on an In-
last year.Everyone patient or outpatient basis.
is aware of the fact that the cyclist cannot protect SUNDAY MASS -YJlr: OOrarl- ben-:1HIncluding Chronic conditions and diseases -
himself completely and Is more susceptible to Injury in case of began on January I, 1967. : treatment on an in-
an accident than is the motorist who at least has the protectionof PROT11N'T'1/ iu 3 ft-should be noted that there patient oroutpatientbasis.Hos-(
his auto around him. 'ar :specific differences in the pitalization of retirees for
The most prevalent injury is case of accident to the cyclists amount of care and the type of certain chronic

involves the head. Thus, it is required on base that all cyclistswear All Saints Chapel services provided in civilian ever, is a responsibility of the
AMA approved headgear. These helmets are also authorizedas facilities and in uniformed agen- Veterans Administration.)
part of the naval uniform when operating a two wheeled vehicleoff DIVINE SERVICE 10am. Family planning services.
naval reservations. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 a.m. cies.Care in civilian facilities authorized Artificial limbs and eyes'
Regardless of headgear or any other type of protective apparel Chapel Annex Bldg.,722CHURCH for all eligible benefi- Loan of durable equipment
the most important element of protection is common sense. This SCHOOL 9 a.m. ciaries include the services of such as wheelchairs, iron lungs,

coupled together with alertness and precaution, is the only way to Chapel Center, Bldg. 751 doctors of medicine, osteopathy, and hospital beds.Benefits .
surely protect oneself from injury. WEDNESDAY dental surgery, and dental medi
This privilege has been long in coming. Let us cherish it and show Choir Rehersal - 7 p.m.
that waiting for it has been worthwhile. THURSDAY cine.The following services are authorized Hot Provided ,

Young Adult Group -7 p.m. on either an inpatientor "
Christian an outpatient basis from civilian '
An American Tradition Science Service
Civilian facilities do
. 8 medical facilities: not pro-
SECOND MOOD ;f Each;Month p.m., Treatment of medical and vide* the following:

"A free society devoted to achieving the natural rights of Chapel Women's Guild surgical conditions nervous and Routine physical immunizations'exc examina- "

its citizens can be maintained and tyranny prevented only If -,- -,- -9:30a.m. mental disorders, chronic conditions tions and for routine active duty '
( dependents
(Chapel Center) and diseases, and con- pt
the people In general are well educated. who have overseas duty
.. .Thomas Jefferson tagious diseases.
Maternity and infant care. travel orders.)
Millions of Americans have school U.S. Naval Hospital *
young completed another Family planning services. Well baby care.
year. Many of them have entered the,world of business or industryto \ Diagnostic examinations. ,Spectacles or examinationsfor
apply the knowledge that they have absorbed during their school SUNDAY SERVICE10 a.m. Insulin. : them.

years. The remainder will return to their respective schools in Drugs and medicines obtainable Prosthetic devices ( other

the fall. Housing only by written prescrip than artificial limbs and artifi-
Whatever the case may be, these millions have reaped the benefitsof tions. cial eyes) hearing aids, and
a tradition that is a vital part of our priceless heritage -- the Anesthetics. orthopedic shoes.

opportunity for every American to obtain an education. Confab Oxygen. Dental care ( except as a

Dental care required as necessary adjunct to medical or
a necessary adjunct( to medicalor surgical treatment.) :
Continued surgical treatment. *
( from Page One) Domiciliary or custodiancare.
Physical therapy. .
cir able to locate adequate housing Orthopedic braces ( except Uniformed services facilities\ .

S accomodations, sparing them the orthopedic shoes) and crutches. do not provide the following:,
inconvenience and added expenseof Artificial limbs and artificial Domiciliary or custodiancare.
apparently; being! welcome but eyes. .
denied through various devices 'Services of private1 -' duty *, Prosthetic devices'( other "

emP2 r'' and then having' to travel 15 or nurses when ordered by a phy- than artificial limbs and artifi-
more miles to a specific Negro
sician. cial eyes), hearing aids, ortho-
community where they are Services of a specialist in pedic footwear and spectacles.

acceptable.In sciences allied to the practiceof NOTE: These Items if avail-
emphasizing the Departmentof medicine, when ordered bya able from government stocks,
Defense's sincere and continuing -
physician. may be sold to dependents, at
interest innon-discrimi- Non government ambulance the cost to the government,
nitory off-base housing for mili-
service as an Inpatient outside the United States and at
tary personnel Secretary Baird benefit when a patient is movedto designated stations within the
said that the meeting was but from or between hospitalsfor United States where adequate civilian
The United States has one of the one step in a program which it
most comprehensive public hospitalization, or as an outpatient facilities are unavailable.
education systems in the world. Our public schools colleges and plans to follow throughout the benefit! in all other cases Dental care (except outside

universities, coupled with the thousands of private educational institutions country. when medically necessary. the United States; or in the Uni-
have helped produce an articulate and knowledgeable Negro service personnel are Rental of durable equip- ted States in an or
American emergency
population.This citizens he said, just
such wheelchairs
ment, as iron
as a necessary adjunct to medical
J awareness of the value of an educated populace is no ac- like all other citizens, have all lungs, and hospital beds. surgical, or preventive!
cident. For more than 300 years education has been considered the same rights and privileges, Routine physical examina- treatment, or at locations where
essential In America. As early as 1642, civil authority required are fighting and dying for these tions and routine immunizations adequate civilian facilities
compulsory education of children. rights and privileges in Vietnam, for active dependents --only available.
not )
Throughout our history, as our Nation has progressed so has and, therefore, should enjoy when they have overseas duty NOTE: Retirees are authorizedthe
our educational system. It has sought to provide the youth of our equal, non-discriminatory treat- travel orders. medical
same and dental
nation with the skills and knowledge ment here at home.
necessary to succeed in an Hospitalization benefits include -
care as active duty membersin
He concluded that if
Increasingly competitive and complicated
society. semiprivate hospital accommodations uniformed
services facilitieson
The methods and curricula within landlords rent to service per-
our educational and all
systems are
continually changing In order to meet the growing demands of sonnel, they should rent to all services and supplies necessary furnishedby a space available basis (except -
hospitalization certain
our modern world. Its ultimate goal, however is an educated service personnel withoug discrimination the hospital. (The charge fora chronic conditions which Is
intelligent population which can preserve and advance our demo- as to race color, private room is allowed only of
cratic society. (AFNB) creed, religion, or natonal when medicallytndicated or whenit Administration.responsibility ,) the Veterans
Accompanying SecretaryBairdwere is the only kind of room avail- (Next week, thisr series will ( ,

A Navy (hid) History LessonNaval assistant Mr
(Civil Rights & Industrial Rela- conjunction with a university cost for some of the various

history has had its light headed moments, according to tions), Cdr. R. K. Fontaine, medical facility, is recognized as services.)

Harold Peterson, chief curator of the National Park Service.In special executive assistant to the
a recent lecture on "Our Alcholic Ancestors", Peterson deputy under secretary of the
described the ways in which colonists staggered to victory while Navy (Manpower), Cdr. R. L. JAX
consuming vast amounts of punch, wine, and hard cider. Logner Chief of Naval Oper- 1VEWS

Our favorite story, as related by Peterson, concerns the Revolu- ations representative, and Lt.
tionary Navy and a venerable ship now revered by all America.On Cdr. D.D. Dennison, special
August 23, 1779 the U. S. S. Constitution: set sail from Bos- assistant to the deputy under The JAX AIR HEWS is: a Civilian Enterprise Hews-

ton loaded with 475 officers and men 48,600gaUons of water, 74,000 secretary of the Navy (Manpower paper Attributed/ each Thursday at the U. S. Haval Air

\ cannon shot, 11,500 pounds of black powder and 79,400 gallons of ), Station Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt
rum. Her mission: to destroy and harass English shipping. **...**. Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted
On October 6, she made Jamaica, took on 826 pounds of flour Among the many original documents the JAX AIR HEWS for use In
and 63,000 gallons of rum. Thre!' weeks later the Constitution contained in the Naval must *. forwarded to the Public

reached the Azores where she pr-iV'Sioned: : with 550 pounds ot beef Academy Museum are the con- Affairs Office Box 2 HAS Jacksonville, by .noon
and 64,300 gallons of Portugese wine. tracts for building our first naval on Monday before publication. Hews items welcomed

On November 18, the ship set sail for England, where her crew ships; letters of John Paul Jones, from ell/ Sources. Telephone EV 9-77M J, Ext. 8162.

captured and scuttled 12 English merchant vessels and took aboard and memorials of steamboat inventors Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and

their rum. John Fitdi, James queries concerning such should be directed
But the Constitution had run out of shot. Nevertheless, she made Rumsey, and Robert Fulton.In The Holt Publishing to:
Company 1950
her way unarmed up the Firth of Clyde for a night raid. Here a addition the museum Is well- Jacksonville Blending/ Blvd.
landing party captured a whiskey distillery, transferred 40,000 known for Its distinguished Rogers __ Florida 32210. Telephone 387 4451
gallons aboard and headed for home. Collection of ship models;
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On February 20, 1780, according to Peterson, the Constitution seascapes by Edward Moran;and HO. 15 JULY 7, 1967Page
arrived in Boston with no cannon, no shot, no food, no powder, the Beverly R. Robinson col -
no rum, no whiskey. Just 48,600 gallons of water. lection of historic naval prints.

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New Booksat Groff Appointed I

rjjai; Spec Serv OfficerNew -

LibraryVICTOR J1'1 Special Services officer _

aboard NAS Cecil Field is E. A.
CHARLIE: The Face 4 Groff a retired Naval warrant
of War in Vietnam, by KunoKno- w officer originally from Fort
ebl, with an introduction by Ber- f Dodge, Iowa.A .
nard Fall. Mr. Knoebl, an Aus- \ veteran of 26 years in the
trian journalists, reports from k' fl Navy Mr. Groff retired from
direct observation of both camps I NAS Jacksonville In 1964 wherehe
what happens when total war was production manager for
comes to a village. He explores ONR. He had served previouslyat
what the people think a- : Cecil Field for two yearsin
bout those on the other side, as z __ the supply department.
well as every day life in a war Mr. Groff lives Injacksonville
economy. Who are the Viet -i ry\ with his wife Mona and daughter
Cong? The author offers his \ '::: \\ Diana, -

long appraisal aoosuccessfullyCoughtSouth of an enemy that has Dumond Makes WO 1 Air Ops Displays;

Vietnamese and American forces CPO James C. Durnond was
revealing not only the nature M. advanced to Warrant Officer June AIRLANT
of the VC, but the sourcestoo 30th in ceremonies conducted by TrophyThe
of their military.and psychological Hyer Cdr. Richard R. Allmann executive new "Chief of Naval Operations
strength. r1j ; officer of Attack Squadron Readiness Through Safety -
At Cecil TheatreWhen 44.Wol. Award" is presently being
THE GIFT SHOP by Charlotte Dumond enlisted in the displayed in Cecil Field's Operations
Armstrong. A dying private detective Navy in 1955 at Benton Arkansas. department.The .
has hidden a man'is 6'6"and weighs sion of karate before he isableto "
in an airport During his 12 years of trophy was given to COM-
gift shop a vital clue to the 235 pounds, like Clint Walker convert his opponent Into a Naval service he had been assigned NAV AIRLANT by the Chief of Naval -
location of a long lost child who is there for him to tangle rug.There to Patrol Squadron Two Operations in recognition: of
but only after adventures that with? are other brawls In VA-34 VA-144, VA-76 and VA- Air Lant's contribution to avia
involve characters as disparate No man in his right mind the film but each one has been
as a state governor and a far- is going to cross him and if meticulously tailored so that the 44.Wol Dummond and his wife tion safety in fiscal 1966.shown
The award is being at
out folksinger a rich playboyand Clint goes after anyone, what- star isn't able to take advantageof Jean live in Jacksonville. They all air station in the United
a beautiful shop girl, is ever the provocation he's the his size. For example, Qint have one daughter Kathy five. States.

there an answer to the mystery. bully. disposes of smalltown junior ... ....... ... ___ ___ .. .. ...............,........ ...............
What in real life is a standoff grade badman Ron Ely with a :"".. .:-.': ... fOoh.----.'o;;. ..!t.W.. '... "".;......;..........'.v.-.r......0R -;:.=..-..."-"..-..-.-..- :..
MANHATTAN PROJECT: The is a real problem on the backhand swat. _ _ _ _ _ _
Untold Story of the Making of the screen. In outdoor adventure Clint gets a little more phy-
Atomic Bomb by StephandGroueff. stories, the villain must get his sical with bounty hunter Leo I IHARLEY"-DAVIDSONI I I
This is a dramatic accountof just desserts and in the "Nightof Gordon, who attacks with gun, ;
L _- _ _
the men who in the summerof the Grizzly", playing July knife and bear trap. .---
1942 received the order to 9, at the Cecil Field Theatre w
go ahead and build. with extreme Walker producer Burt Dunne "Night ot the Grizzly" is a New SPORTCYCLES Used
urgency the first nuclear wea-. and writer Warren' Douglas feel picture in technicolor -
pon. Groueff gives a detailed a- they have a story With a fool and co stars Martha Hy OIL FREE INSPECTION ACCESSORIES :
ccount of the bomb's development proof heavy . a grizzly er, KennanWynn,and Nancy Kulp. \ _, ii:
telling the story of the men bear. family.It is recommended for the entire 6481 J Roosevelt/ Blvd. ;
involved -the military commander "It's the first time I ever felt \ IDAMEC'S
the scientists the engineersand like a midget," says Walker of (Story and pictures courtesy i. at NAS Jax 384.7690 :::::
technicians and the mul- his eight footthousand pound Paramount Studios.) ..c., sw3: :::::i ..:88Hi3&: : :!: :;:;:,_.%;:;::AVPASNSVAVAV.V 1IW : :V.X:I:XCCMCO::::: :!>:W.vX: :: :;:::<

tiple problems theymet and con- antagonist.
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quered in the course of this "Man to man with Clint no
highly secret project. one's got a chance, but with a '.. '

bear:, that's ,match matching.." '.' .. .... .
GETTING STRAIGHT, by Ken says producer Dunne. ;---4:: i-'r' ,,' "'- :" ., ".10.1\0",1I'
FColb. In the atmosphere of True to the spirit of good mov- ," ; \:' ,, ffr
protest and pot in a large university ie making, walker does even- 7 I JUST KNOW \ ( \ ,

Harry, a student teacher tually conquer the beast but at I FORGOT \ \r\\I; -
studies for his M. A., holds a least he can't be accused of pick- 'i.,.
job in a department store and ing on someone smaller. In one TO LOCK THE I Jv/2ip\y : "
tries to keep his best girl hap- of the most furious encountersever FRONT DOOR p "
J (/
py. The story excels in deft screened,* Clint needs a
caricature and wit. 'gun, a knife and a frontier ver- ,
Fer .tll Head .
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.. Y r followlngNASJacksonville Stanley Tomasky, Stockman; Eddie tal Computer Systems Operator,
UtN employees have been promotedIn L. Reed, Stockman; CarrolK. ,GS-9.
\ accordance with the station's Hall, Stockman; Prime MillerJr. Legal
) Merit Promotion Program: ., Stockman; Wallace E. Smith,
\ Supvy Supply Clerk GS 3. Doris M. Constantin,Supervisory -
Naval/ Air Rework Facility John V. Thompson Jr., Supvy Clerk GS 6.

\1 Bill Conner, Inspector A/C Supply Clerk, GS 7; Champ- Public/ Works
.r Electrical Systems; Atwood D. neys E. Little Jr., Foreman
) Knight, Planner & Estimator, (Leadingman) Stockman; Otis Jenette E. Reilly,ClerkGS-5;
(Electronics Mechanic); Martin Thomas Crater and Packer; David Johnson, Truck Driver,
/I'i L. Donivan, A/C Jig & Fixture Vernon N.Barefield,Supervisory (Heavy); Henry Hudson, Truck
i : Builder; Christopher( T. Moss Procurement Agent, GS 10; Driver ( Heavy); Harry Brown,
A/C Jig & Fixture Builder; JohnF. Olin O. Kidd, Leader Stockman Field Tractor Operator; DorothyW.
MacCree, A/C Jig & Fix- (Temporary). Passavanti' Mail &File Clerk
I' ture Builder; Clarence M. An- Navy Commissary Store (Typing) GS 4; Sherman
.. derson A/C Jig&Fixture Builder Gould, Field Tractor Operator.
) ; Harry M. Pawlik, Engineering Rebecca R. Stiteler, Clerk -
) 4 s Draftsman (General); CliftonE. Stenographer( GS 3; Waler H. r.. .-:_:".-,... "t' ,. '.. .
) Jenney,Materials Engineering Borwning, Leader, Meat Cutter. '" .. .
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GS 9
) Technician, ; Raymond .ft
Security Department
n. Beaty Electricial Engineer ::.: :
(General), GS 11. William T. Pyburn, FIrefighter :
Harry R. Metz Jr., PhotocopyIng ( General), GS 3; Car-
___ w Equipment Operator; Regin- rol Nix, Fire Protection Inspector I
Six civilians at NARF received 20 year pins June 21. They ald E. Turknett, A/C Engine GS 7.Navy. .4f I IN

were: John Maynue, industrial tractor operator: Christine P. Mechanic ( Test); Willie E. Culberson Finance Office

Hartwell, supply clerk; Gkndon E. Hawkins, A/C examiner Jr. A/C Engine Mechanic
; (Test); Eric E O1 Brien, Fore- Audrey H. Fonvielle Voucher
Bill Morehouse, electronics mechanic; Daisy D. Cap!, helper man ( Leadingman), A/C Engine Examiner ( Typing), GS 4; .
(A/C Metals Mfg. and Repair); and Willie/// P. Parker, A/C Mechanic; Maurice B. Pattee, Inspector Henry A. Baughn, Fiscal F rf r ,..aa

: cleaner. (ACAirframesJamesC. ); Accounting Supervisor, GS 7;
Jones A/C Engine Mechanic Dorothy Stevens, Military Pay
(Test); Moody W. Gay, A/C Clerk, GS 5; Edward H. Fel-
i J Civil Service News I Engine Mechanic ( Test.). ton, Military. Pay Clerk, GS 5; H
Lewis P. Conwell Jr., A/C Data Department a
mmamm mamaf mamMmmiammmaMmamaammfaa aammamaJ Engine Mechanic ( Test); JosephK.
\ Germain, Jr., Student Trainee Mytle Jackson,Digital Computer
(Mechanical Engineer), GS 4; Systems Operator, GS 7;

j Promotion Richard L. Magin,Student Trainee Richard D. Hoffman, Computer := = vs
Opportunities ( Aerospace Engineer), GS-4; Programer, GS 9; Pamela T. y
William L. Andrews, A/CEnglne Coskey, Card Punch Operator' I POI LATEST T CARE STYLE IS..."_
Mechanic ( Test); Jesse D. GS 3; Aleta F. Plank Digi v-
: Are Currently AvailableThe Greenwood, Super Aerospace Engineer -

( Propulsion & Power),
GS 12; Johnny E. Tucker, Bureau Announces
Merit Promotion Oppor- will be accepted through the closeof Aeronautical Production Con I
tunities listed below are cur- business July 10. trolman ( Machinist.)
rently open for receipt of appli- Joseph( J. Summers Jr., Passport ProceduresThe
cations. The area of consideration MPB No. 108 67 Detect- Inspector, A/C Electronics Sys

and dosing date for each ive, GS 7 Area of consideration tems Henry Brodowski, Asst. Bureau of Naval Personnelhas of areas requiring entry approval -
bulletin Is as shown. NAS, NARF; NARTU, Planner & Estimator ( A/C Mit- distributed an instruction for dependent travel.'
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commis- alsmith); Wallace E. Arnold, explaining in detail proceduresmilitarypersonneldvil The Jacksonville passport representative -
Grade levels GS 4, and below sary Stores, Jacksonville, Fla. Asst. Planner & Estimator ( Machinist service for the State Depart
\ Area of consideration NAS, Applications ,will be accepted ); Verl F.Howe, Inspector employees dependents should ment, Frank Henderson, spoketo
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, through the, close of business. July (Gauges) B; Bradshaw A. Terrell, follow when applying for a pass- a group of military and civilian -
Navy Commissary Stores, Jacksonville 11. Inspector (Gauges) C; MatthewsC. port. personnel June 28,explain-
\ Fla. Applications will Wright, Physical Science
67 ing the different types of passports -
MPB 109 Military
be accepted at any time. Technician ( Metallurgy), GS7.. Also included in BuPersInst. issued and procedures
GS applicants -
Personnel Clerk ( Typing), -
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C 4650.14B is information on travel should follow before
4 Area of consideration Fleet Supply DepartmentPaul
All semi skilled positions Pay regulations, immunization re -
completing a request for a pass-
level 7 and below Area of con- Weather Facility NAS, Jax., E. Collier Stockman; quirements, baggage, entry ap-
Fla and all Naval activities located port.
sideration -NAS.NARF.NARTU, proval, airlift terminals and a list
"By filling application
on NAS, Jax., Fla., NAS, out an
COMFAIRJAX, Navy Cecil Field, Fla. and Naval Sta' before going to the clerk of courtor

missary Fla. Applications Stores, Jacksonville will be accepted -, tion, Mayport, Fla. Applicationswill r Your Social Securityof I passport"the agency," Hendersonsaid
at any time. be accepted through the closeof traveler can reduce
waiting time.
MPB No. 83-67 Plan B business July 11. (Editor's Note: Appearing] per- a retired, deceased or dis When applying for a passport
All skilled positions Pay level MPB No. 110 67 Budget iodically in the Jax Air News, abled worker. applicants should have ready the
8 and above Area of consid- Analyst, GS 7 Area of con- "Your Social Security" Is com- All who completed application,
eration NAS, NARF, NARTU, piled and written by R.B. Don- people apply for disability passport
sideration -NARTU,NAS.NARF, benefits have their names (DSP 11)), proof of citizenship,
COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commissary aldson, district fro
COMFAIRJAX Commis- manager
birth certificate
sent to the vocational Rehabilitation a or bap-
Stores, Jacksonville Fla. Stores. Applications will be social security office in Jackson-
sary Agency for the State of tisimal certificate and two iden-
Applications will be acceptedat accepted through the close of ville.) Florida, where they are con- tical photographs.Personnel .
time. A application -
any separate
business July 11.
sidered for who claim citizen-
Form 57 must be filed Ask any young group of people rehabilitation ser-
for each of the three above MPB No. 112 67 Special about social security and you vices. Where possible course, ship by naturalization must sub-
positions. Services Officer, GS,- 10 Areaof get the answer "something tc) this agency will help a disabled mit their certificate of naturalization -
MPB No. 96-67 General consideration Nationwide. live on when I get old". These person overcome his handicap with their application.
Applications will be that and become selfsupporting.The Applications forms can be obtained -
Engineer, GS 11 Area of con- accepted young people are forgetting
from all sources through the social security Is of from the clerk of the near-
sideration Nationwide. Appli- a program social security office for
cations will be accepted through close of business July 27. lifetime protection and should be North Florida is at 400 W.Ashley est Federal or State Court, or

the close of business July 17. MPB No. 113 67 Teletypist, an important part of future family St. in Jacksonville. The hours passport state .agent Application of the departmentof forms will
MPB No. 97-67 Metallurgist GS 5 Area of consideration planning. Social security can go are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. week- be
GS 11 Area of consideration- quite a way toward meeting family soon available at personnel
days and 9:00
NAS, NARF NARTU,COMF AIR- a.m. to noon on offices of all NASJaxbased -
Nationwide. Applications will be JAX, Navy Commissary Stores. needs but certainly is not the Saturdays. commands
accepted through the close of Applications will be accepted whole answer to future house- and squadrons. .

business July 17. through the close of business hold security. Don't expect social
MPB No. 100 67 Closed Microphone July 19.MPB. security benefits to carry the
Reporter or Shorthand whole load of meeting your family
Reporter, GS 7 Area of con- No. 114 67 Fire Fighter expenses. Don't discount It when
siderationNationwide..Applica- (General ), GS 4 Areaof you are laying out your insuranceor to toT
tions will be accepted throughthe consideration NAS, NARF, investment program. Along
close of business July 17. NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy these lines a vital feature of
MPB No. 105 67 Supervisory Commissary Stores. Appli- social security is the disability
A/C Quality Control Specialist, cations will be accepted throughthe pan of our program. \
GS 11 Area of consideration close of business July 20.
NAS NARF, NARTUCOMFAIR- The disability program has two _
MPB No. 115 87 Accounts benefit
features monthly bene-
J AX, Navy Commissary Stores. ; _
Maintenance Clerk(Typing),GS- fits
are paid when a worker becomes -
Applications will be accepted 4 Area of consideration All
too disabled to work and
the of
through close business
July Naval activities located at NAS, benefits are also paid to certain
11.MPB Jax., Fla. Applications will be
No. 106 67 Manage- dependents of the family. To be
Technician GS accepted through the close of eligible, the injury or illness '
ment -
business July 17. must be one which has lasted or
Area of consideration NAS,
NARF NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, With the exception of MPB No. is expected to last for twelvemonths
Navy Commissary Stores. Applications 112 67 for the position of and stops the worker
will be accepted Special Services Officer. GS. doing any substantial& work.

through the close of business 10, applicants for the above positions The worker must have worked
July 10.MPB. must be career or career- under social security five out of
No. 107 67 Cash Clerk, conditional emplo'eesofthe' Fed- the ten years before he became
GS-4 Area of consideration eral government. Applicationsfor disabled. The work 'doesoot DK3 Terry J. Holsey/ wis presented the Bachelor Enlisted

Navy Commissary Stores NAS, the above positions shouldbe have to be continuous but must Quarters Honorman of the Month Award (for the month of May)

NARF NARTU COMFAIRJAX, filed with IRD, NAS' ,. Jacksonville total five )'ear '. This does not by Capt. Martin J. Stack, commanding officer of NAS, in ceremonies -
Jacksonville, Fla. Applications Fla. 32212. apply to an adult disabled child held June 30.

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NATTC : Layette Program

I Behind The Scene Needs Volunteers

By Tom Raker The local Navy Relief Society
has sent out a call for assistant
from dependent wives.
Seven was the magic num the ease with which the three .
ber: seven letters in the word men adapted themselves to the r The society [Is behind In its
"warrant," seven In the word"officer" language and customs here. e layette program and has asked
; there were seven men Because the class was divided that enlisted and officer wives
involved, and the ceremony was so were the honors. The Brazilian donate some time toward the pro-
.. in AO School, room seven. Honorman was deSllva "
On June 30 NATTC's executive with an average of 75. AE2 J.C. <, ject.Mrs.
officer, Cdr. J. G. Ballou, led Lovett was the American Honor- : ,: Carl D. Simonsen said
seven chiefs in the oath that made man, with an average of 78.65. .;, t' that sewers pinners and cutters
them warrant officers. The men ******** ./ ', 1\- are needed for group sewing.
were AVCM Jerrold B. Wilson Lt. Robert H. Potter,Jr., was t The four hour project Is
AECS Phillip R. Burcham AEC released from the Navy June : scheduled from 10 a.m. until
Eric G. Silverberg, AEC GradyW. 30, having completed more than 1 ;. 2 p.m.. July 19 at the Gator
Turnbow, AEC Thomas A. 15 years of active service. He /f',>. :: ;': Inn U. S. Naval Hospital.
Yarbroush, AEG JohnL.Wiggins was the special services officer \ >> 'J'>."' '''ili
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and AOC Charles E. Little ( who NATTC : .,>'j., Mrs. Simonsen asked ladies
made chief only two weeks before Lieutenant Potter began recruit who have portable sewing ma-
). training in San Diego in ( ) of NARTU chines to bring them along. She
R. B.Williams also that ladies bring
There was a reception their April 1952. He progressed
honor at the Officers Club. through the rating of fire control ) / / the retirement sandwiches. Coffee and cookies
technician and received his commission will be provided.
.- ******** as ensign in'1957. -.-.-..-.-..-.Ia.-.o-.-.-.-.-.-..-...-.- r.3
:4 He graduated from Fire Con
AECS John J. Lennox retired trol Technician Class School, .
June 29. He completed 25 years TALOS Weapons School, and Officer -
of naval service. Chief Lennox, Basic Submarine Course.
r7 ,at NATTC for three years, was Capt. R. P. Kline, NATTC's School'sOut 1
.: commanding officer, told Lieu- I
I : :' a phase supervisor in AEA( )
(1 School. He will continue to live tenant Potter, "On behalf of the
in Jacksonville with his wife officers and men of Naval Air a
and three children. Technical Training Center
******** the Navy Department I would
like to express my appreciationfor
Ten members of Class 703, a job well done, and wish 1 1
AEI (B) School, graduated June you continued success in all future
27. Three of the men were for- endeavors. -
eign students from the Navy of ******** x r.
Brazil: EMI daSilva, EMI Per- I:," .
eria, and EM2 Mendorca. LCdr.M. AO School Honorman: AN W. .
C. Premo, who gave certificates H. Hess, 81. Honor Cass:'719A .
to the class, said that to 81.56 ( last test). .
his knowledge, these were the AE School Honorman: Pfc. Richard aI
first Brizlllan personnel to attend A. Spencer 93.10; Honor (' .
the school. lIe also noted Class: '709, 8740. .

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HANDSHAKE AND A HAT Is the traditional gesture when a "boot chief" begins a new phaseIn ,.'" BEWILDERED/ BUT HAPPY is. Chief Chapa as he leaves the
his military career. Commander'Lawrence typifies the happy commanding officer who adds a Chief Petty Officer's' Club after his Initiation Into the most ""
new chief to his squadron, condifent thit t this chief will prove to be a valuable asset. select group known as the ''Chief's' Mess". Now he's' a 'real
chief, not a '"boot"' .
Perhaps to the average individual chief? _
there's' not much excitement There are a great many thingsto he is a man who canassume It
about another man making be done -- more so than any readily' When a man makes chief
the rank of chief petty officer, other advance in rate. For the CPO's First Day 'Touches t tA Rewards Followplegded in the Navy, he has achieved a
but to the individual concerned, sake of example, let's' take the real milestone in his life. : f fIk
it is a very important step in case of Ann rxlo B. Chapa. What is the price of this glory? _
his military career. The itinerary, for his first "hitch." 'Chapa was now a"boot trip to the Navy Finance tion was just that, something chief. Hard work, many respon-
There is also another factorto day as chief ran something like chief" and in the Navy for another Office was another chore for sembling a college fraternity After a most hectic day,Chapa sibilities, but a feeling of self-
DUNGAREES TO KHAKIS Is be considered, in this particular this: enlistment, but there was a lot new Chief Chapa, but this wasa pledging ceremony,but with some returned home where he sat fora satisfaction and personal accom- THE HAPPIEST MOMENT occurs' when/ ,the change In .rank. .. Is
not the only change that a situation. How many people At 7:45: a.m. he mustered for more to follow. pleasant task. very special added features. The minute," relaxed, and! then with plishment. made In the pay record", for the extra money every pay day Isa
"chief/ has to make; there is really know what an individualgoes quarters, where he was presented For a while Chapa felt as if At this point of the morning, exact procedure remains a the able assistance of J his wife After all the hustle and great Incentive/ to advance In rank .. as the seaman apprentice
''''so more r responsibility./ through when he makes his certificate of appointment> as of Chapa was: nearly exhausted as secret and the only way anyonecan Penny, he began to pack awr *
he were fresh out boot camp. Bustle, a man such as Armando In the background undoubtedly agrees.
chief petty'officer. well as slightly confused in this fathom this mystery is by the old blues and whites that he
for the next thing that he found Chapa can sit back and to
Muster role chief, but there chief. had worn for ten .
completed Chapa was new as was making years.It
Roosevelt' ushered into the chief's' himself doing was playing the lot follow.At Well the knew was all over now except the himself, "Co ratulatlons, fora CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
still ,
messat a more to next thing Chapa .
of "duty caterer.II He was job well done but now
I ; } CAR WASHOPEN VW-4 where he part takento of the memories Thinking about it
he Chief's
11:30 ,
was presetted : a.m. Chapa was was walking out '
required to out cigars t to get ready for the 'real work to GRADUATES
his "chief's hat" by Cdr.JohnV. all the "real chiefs" well the CPO Club, where he was Mess -- a little dazed, but extremely Chapa mused to himself: "Mak-- begin..".
as as
Lawrence, GO) of the squadron.To to be initiated into the Chief's' happy. There was only ing chief was a goal I never WITH DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP. ABILITY
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 3:30: AM 5:30: PM pour coffee and minister various achieve though knew I k One bit of
make sure that Chapa would other little duties. Mess. This is perhaps one one problem,this was only the expected to advice that Chief
"stick around" for a while in experience that he will never preparation for the actual initia- it was there and I was constantly Chapa offers to his fellow en-
FREE CAR WASH this man's' Navy, he was then Once this "ordeal" was over forget. The procedure includeda tion. Later that afternoon,Chapa striving for it." listeds is "study hard and learn Career opportunities in line management,
quickly taken into the command with, he then passed out cigarsto lot more than merely picking again returned to the Chief's' A good deal of responsibilityhas )your' rate thoroughly. The only staff or technical positionsin '
WITH/ 75.GALS. OR? MORE STANDARD OIL ing officer's' office where he all the members of the squadron. up a chow pass or signing his Mess, and the real initiation now been placed upon the way to travel in the Navy is up the Home Office of a..major i r insurance company
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July/ 7, 7967

I s Issues. Warning on LSD

,. By Don Richie
A "trip" on LSD [Is not a action c cancellation of any years' he said have psychia-
pleasure cruise. security clearance held, and separation trists discovered the depths of
LSD refers to the hallu- under other than honor- mental disturbance that unautho- i
cinatory ,drug. Lysergic Add able conditions" the note admon rized use of such drugs can cause
Diethylamide Tartrate -- not ishes. "and undoubtedly they are still
landing ship dock. "It is to be anticipated that an to discover more," Dr. Snyder.
The Bureaus of Naval Per- increase in the use or possession remarked. r :
sonnel and Medicine -- Surgery ,of LSD narcotic substances The BuPers Note relates the
Washington, D. C. have asked the and other stimulant or depressant following facts:
Navy commands viaBuPerNote,, drugs will be encountered -- LSD is a dangerous drug, i ,
to alert all personnel on the dan- among the young adults in the uncontrolable in inexpert hands.
;. gers and extreme undesirabilityof naval service" the note con- -- The common belief that
the drug. tinues. LSD will "expand the mind" or _
"It must be made clear to all "People who self administer increase a feeling of well -
hands that the self administered drugs of this kind are tryingto being, virility expand the consciousness -
unprescribed use of LSD avoid reality and admit weak and sensitivity and increase -
and related drugs is dangerous, ness and a neurotic need for visual and hearingacuteness ,
is utterly inconsistent with the self assurance," said Dr. A.K. have been refuted by medi- ; 1 sp
military responsibilities of every Snyder, Lt., (MQ) VW 4 flight cal scientists. is ash '
person in the naval service, surgeon. -- "The LSD user may go
and is grounds for disciplinary Only i in the last three or four through a stage of panic in whichhe
is likely to be severly con-
fused, depressed anxious or sus
UMMER TIME Is the BEST picious."
;. initial the
The reaction to
u TIME for AUTO PAINTING! drug may last from one 12 Miss Sue Huffman (left) and
hours, BUT symptoms may reap-
Miss Kent
SUMMER SPECIAL. 90 95 pear spontaneously in a month or Sharyn were escort.
.. ed to the/ Ball by MidshipmenTom
two or as long as two years
economy Burbage (left) and Mike
STANDARD QUALITY 49.95 after taking the drug. There
are documented cases of LSD LarttarL/
Wrecker ServIce/ Now Available/ Phone 777-7255 users having suffered serious
bodily injury while under LSD. -Middle 9
-- "It has been clearly -
that the drug decreases DanceCapt. -
an individual's ability select 1
and pay attention, impairs Martin J, Stack, com -
SI 1 critical objective judgment, induces manding officer of HAS de-
Illusions and hallucinations livered a welcoming/ address
THIS Visual and hearing acuteness go at the Midshipmen Ball held
down. June 28 at the "0" Club.
WEEK-E1 There is no ,way to predict
how the individuals will react
as LSD has a different effecton 'Throw Stow'
varying body chemistries. Operation or
DRWI -- The reason for disciplinary I
action on an LSD user

{q. Y has undependable."In a solid basis.. He is totally Campaign Draws to CloseOperation

T April a young woman who
..rj.j had tried LSD only once (six "Throw or Stow", standard it is better to trans-
months before) had a sudden a campaign to reduce paperworkand fer them to a records center then
"acid reflash" while driving an records in office files was risk Illegal disposal.
MA utom bile./ She, lost control of launched into full,swing'in March
her car, narrowly missed crash- and will be coming to.a close Athough thecleanout campaign
ing ,into a bridge and was admitted July 31. emphasized disposal, recogni-
f to a hospital in a psy- At the beginning of the campaign tion and attention should be giveto
chotic condition. President Johnson directed retention of records of per-
Talc the -- "Would you feel secure'in each'federal agency conduct manent value. Participants
Short Rout toDAYTONA knowledge that the helmsman of a campaign to dispose of unneeded should Insure that no archival records -
your ship, while the ship is records publications and refer- are destroyed
BEACH steaming in a tight formation at ence materials and to release
high speed has used LSD? allied furniture equipment and In general, records are eli-
"Supposing a member of an supplies for other uses. gible for transfer if they are
ammunition handling party experienced Department heads and special referred to not more than oncea
,..yII + a sudden recurrence of assistants were urged to con- month per file drawer. This
should be inflexible stand-
LSD symptoms and thought he duct a campaign in cooperationof not an
was playing ball instead of load- Operation "Throw or Stow? ard.
f'" ..? ing ammunition. Included in NAS Jax Note 5214 File custodians themselvesare
How about the throttleman of March 8, is a formwhicheach the best judges of what should
who answers a backing bell withan department head and special assistant be sent to the Records Center.
ahead bell while getting underway will use to report the
OF HAWAIIAN They should however be askedto
or coming alongside accomplishments of this cam -
"Think of the countless situa- paign. The report of accomplishments justify continued retention
ENCHANTMENTSURROUNDED tions in which you or one of your should be submitted to the of office space and equipment
shipmates could cause death or' Management Assistance Officer for records which are over- two
". BY serious injury to yourself' and no later than July 31. Years old.
others due to suddenuncontrollable Departments or divisions The "Throw and Stow"campaign
DAYTONA BEACH FUNChildren actions brought about which have not yet completed should Include both record and
.. because of some prior use of Thrower Stow"and: have questions non record material. Little
LSD." as to what records should be effort should be expended in attempting
-- LSD was banned as illegalby destroyed' or retained should to distinguishe bet-
the Federal Food and Drug check SecNavInst. 5212.5B.This ween record and non record
i4'* Administration in 1966, follow- instruction contains authorized material.
"? *' ing extensive studies and case retention and disposal standardsfor
% % documentation of effects on us- record and! non record Both normally carry retention

under 1 \'Z \. ers. files. periods; both occupy file space;
-- LSD decreases one's ability If there is question as to whether and both should be counted as
12 stay free ; .. to select and pay attention. records are covered by a pan of the campaign results.
Sight and hearing are distorted.
LSD dull the
may permanently
Diytui'sOilyIritcrPol user's objective judgement.: LSD DIPAMTMINT OP THI NAVYJRBCOROS
does Intensifysensatlons---
.. mentarilybutthe long term effects "THROW OR STOW" CAMPAIGN, -!
DOLLS APPEARING cropping up with the Increasing -
frequency, add to the ,'
** Full Day. Camp Facilities 7 NIGHTS A WEEK( chronic mental derangement. ,
Baby Sitters Available -- Bellevue PsychiatricHospital ., '
;, All Rooms Face the Ocean has records of 130 LSD users ,.
during one 18 month period I
; ""- anJ 15 patients suffered from pro
HAWAIIAN INN "j WAIKIKINOW.upper found terror of their surround
". : '2301 SOUTH ATLANTIC AVI.DAYTONAMACH.PIA. t tI Club ings. 14 exhibited uncontrollable
I I violence; 10 attempted homicide

I NAME ......................... I II ... or suicide.
I ADDftfSS,....................... I III at theI14WG4" Most patients 23. were men --
average age

II CITY.!.:.i..1 -- Black Market is the only

,'', .. f STATE' ... ..4..:...."..............'.... I source now, of LSD. The sup- i -

.;t' I 12N ............................ I I plies usually contain impuritiesand like
I ........ ........ I sometimes compounds
I I.r.............r..rwly..............,. (J a.r)I 2301 S. Atlantic/ / Ave. belladonna are substituted -- AMMNMTIAnvt owe MAVT ......,....AwMan rnl MAMMWMMT MVWOM ,
wwww .wwwwww-ww Daytona Beach Short which can produce a,particularly
J' gruesome form of death.


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. July 7, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Poge 9 '

I Movies I Club Schedules ,

'. '

MOVIES will be shown reg- HASJAXBLUEJACKETS Adtiki S 'I

ularly at the NAS Jax Theatreat 1 INN Tonight the Redcoats will entertain. Swing $ :
: +:4w+
ivY:k MYN': '':S::v'ktiti: aS\tiSiwvw: ::kw r.ti'T +
: ::{1{{:
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru all day Saturday and Saturday evening with the Sixteens. Sunday, the
Saturday. There will also be a Sixteens will provide the dancing music from 2 to 6 p.m. The Mus-

matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays kater will take over the spotlight that evening from 8 p.m. to mid- Ads should. be moiled. tc tht Holt Publishing' Company,
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- night. The Sixteens will be on hand Monday from 8 p.m. to midnight. 1950 Standing Blvd Jacksonville, Florida. 32210, to arrive'
pital Theatrewillhaveoneweekly Listen to the beat of the Formations Tuesday. Hear the sounds of not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field the Sound Unlimited Wednesday from 9 pjn. to midnight. day. Add. arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
will have two shows during the following. week unless the publisher is instructed other-
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- of u/ise. A check or money 'order for the full cost of the ad must
"O" CLUB: Dine and dance to the music Dick Strock tonight the .d.
be received WITH the copy for
will be shown week-
inees on
from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Johnny Jelinek will play for your dancing
ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY pleasure Saturday evening from 8:30 p.m. until 1:30 a.m. TuesdayIs DO NOT SEND CASH

July 6 'Foreign Dish Night Mexican Style, featured from 6 to 10 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 line.). . . . .12.00
NAS: "TALL WOMEN": with p.m. Family Nite on the Patio with Fried Chicken as the dinner Per additional (line ((4 words per line}. ,
special begins Wednesday at 6 p.m. and extends until 9 p.m.
Anne Baxter and Maria Perschy.

((100 Min.) CPd CLUB: The Seafood Special for $1.25 Is featured tonight,
HOSPITAL: 'MAINCHANCE"with and the music will be provided by Mark Castle. Spend Saturday
Gregoire Asian and Tracy evening savouring a 10 oz. sirloin, and listening tot he Dick Strock BRAND NEW ZIGZAG "REAL ESTATE: We will help
Reed. ( 78 Min.) Trio. The Moonliters will be In the spotlight Sunday evening. Tues- Domestic sewing ma. out of lay- you Buy, Sell or Invest.
C. FIELD: "GOOD TIMES": day's dinner special is the half pound rib eye for $1.35. Fried a-way. Buttonholes, fancy designs Bowen Real Estate,Realtor
with Sonny & Cher and George chicken for $.95 is the special for Wednesday. etc. Bal. $26.50 cash or USN Retired 384-1376
Saunders. ( 99 Min.) trms.

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Signoret. f 114 Mln.) FOR RENT OR FOR SALE 1
Anne Baxter and Maria Per- FHA resales $50 >& $100 dwn. AKC registered. Wormed and
schy. ( 100 Min.) Call Powell or Mills USN/Ret. Shots. 264 4135. after 5:00.
C. FIELD: "AROUND THE 264 2411. Orange Park Realty.
with Lloyd Bridges and Shirley on unredeemed merchandise.Air
Eaton. ((125 Min.) Base Pawn Shop -6463 Roosevelt
HOUSE FOR RENT UNFURN. Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Phone
SATURDAY, July 8 3BR, 2B, A/C,2-story bungalowwith 384 4066.
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with Jean Simmons, Paul Newman A/C, - - $265
Call CH-6-7775.
Sandra Dee ( 102 Min.) EXPO 67 SECURITY Awaiting visitors/ / to the 20 tory 900deslcdomed '59 OLDS "88" St. St. $180
HOSPITAL: "DEADLY AF / U. S. pavilion at Expo 67 In Montreal are security '59 PONTIACComrert.$280

FAIR": with James 'Mason and detachment Marines Cpl Jonnie/ Johnson (I lJ), LCpl. DanielB. SINGER IN 4DR DESK '61 SIMCA-4dr Runs good-$245

Simon bignoret. ( 114 Min.) Clarlno (cl) and Cpl. Jan V. De Shore. They are assigned to Like new, makes buttonholes, '58 PONTIAC-H.T., Power and
C. FIELD: "MAINOIANCE": Ale - --- - $260
the 32 man Marine detachment All// members of the detachmentare sews on buttons, fancy designs,
with Asian and
Gregoire Tracy satin stitches. Bal. $43 or $5 ASTRO MOTORS
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Ave. Cent. Heat &Built in, ,
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SAIL": with Jean Simmons, Ranks A11 Ages FOR RENT -' 4 BR, 2 1/2 B, with fireplace. Sep DR, nice

Paul Newman and Sandra Dee. A/C, Wooded.Lot, Conv.,to NAS, size ,den, screened porch. Dbl.
((102 Min.) LOW HATES & Cecil Hyde: Grove Phone Car garg. with attached hobby
C. FIELD "TALL WOMEN" ..+.' 7815666.J& <
: : j rm., or work shop. Enclosed
with Anne Baxter and Maria Per- EASY MONTHLY patiofor,cook -'out', pecan trees. -
schy. (100 Min.) Price $13,500 20% down.
305 Scrambler Best reas. of-
Call Mrs. Ekwurzel Nussbaum
PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S fer. Contact Staff Sgt. Sanders
& Sons Realtors 218 West
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AD on Big Black Creek-

Clean Mod., 1 BR, Furn. Conv. SINGERDIAL

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$450. Dwn.,FHA5005
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Greenway etc.' Sold new for over
.YOU are retiringand
are interested in MUST.SACUFICE. Just
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r 60 OLDS Cream Puff$650
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.YOU want 100%
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July 7. 1967

Raiders Win TrophyIn Lake Newman Hellrazors Top Hornets I ITo

I Deland Tourney Open. For FishingRod Tie for First PlaceVa174 I I

The Cecil Field Varsity Soft- nament. Cecil Field was the got the opportunity to In the top of the seventh inning
and Gun Club members
ball Team spent the Fourth of only military team present. can square off their scores with the Hornet catcher McGee reached
July weekend in Deland, Florida, The first game played by the now enjoy fishing at Lake New-Cecil previously undefeated team V A- second base on an error by
at the 4th Annual Firecracker Raiders was on Friday evening man, man-made lake on 44 in an intramural softball short stop Ed Bailey. McGee
Open Invitational Softball Tour- against Riddles of Orlando. The Field. The lake was officially for league contest, and came out then stole third and was squeezed
Raiders lost by a score of 30. opened Saturday morning ahead by a 3-2 score. home by Burton's bunt. Burton
Coffey was the losing pitcher. fishing during the daylight hours advanced to second and thirdon

i There were 3 runs, 5 hits, and only.Lake Newman is man-made The victory for VA-174andthe consecutive sacrifices and
3 errors. of a loss for VA-44 brings their won came home on a squeeze play
Because the Raiders lost their impoundment approximatelythree and loss records to an identical with the Hornet' second run.
first ballgame, they could not acres located one quarter 13-1, and knots the two teams in In the Hellrazors' half o the
of of the Officers
compete for the championship, Recreation a west Facilities. This lake first place for the first half of inning, pinch hitter Coffey
.f but were in the running for the the softball season. Both teams walked, and Witwer drove the
Consolation Championship.The was conceived several years ago, will have to have a best of three first pitch deep into center field.
when Lt ( ) Newman, Public
second of While the fielder
game competition series playoff to determine the center was
Works Officer Cecil Field,
was played Saturday after- at winner.It chasing the ball, Coffey came
the that is
noon against the Recreation Department surveyed area now was pitchers' duel for most across with the tying run, and
Lake Newman. When he surveyed -
of Deland. Coffey was of the game. Jerry Walker Witwer slid home with the run
the it only a
the winning pitcher. He hurleda area was pitched for the Hellrazors and that gave the Hellrazor's the
little mud-hole. After the
4 no-hitter, allowing only two Steve Burton pitched for the Hor 3-2 edge. Jerry Walker was
; base runners, one walk, and one plans were completed, Newman nets. the winning pitcher.
Had the and the
project: approved
error by the Cecil team. The
Seabees came in to completethe

.. score The was third 6-0.and final game of project.: ROD AND GUNBY I Ive I
the tourney for the Raiders was It is'now stocked and managedby
on the 4th of July at 2 p.m. the Cecil Field Administration DO Jus/ew/cz/ Sports Editor I
They played the favored team, Department, Public Works
the Hole-in-One's from Daytona., Department and the Rod and Gun Welcome all fishermen and According to an article in this
This team was expected to take Club with the cooperation and hunters interested in picking upa month's FIELD AND STREAM,
all the trophies,but Coffey hurled guidance of the State Game and few tips or hints. This column fish see color well, distinguishing -
a 6-2 ballgame to bring the Cecil Fishing Commission and the will be a weekly feature of the 24 different shades of the
Field team. home as the Consolation United States Department of the Sports page of the Afterburner spectrum, and in some cases they
r+ Champions. Interior. Jax Air News. If you have any can see colors which man can-
The Raiders brought home a The Lake is now stocked with ,comments, suggestions, orhelpful not. They can also experiencecolor
total of three trophies. One of red-eared sun fish, blue gill, hints, drop us a card at: contrast ,and brightnessand
being the Consolaton Champs, and large mouth Black Bass. Sports Editor, THE AFTER can differentiate between
Coffey received the Outstanding! There are some rules and BURNER, Box 111 NAS, Cecil shades.
Pitcher award, and the third one regulations that all persons using Field, Fla.
was won by Bob Fewell for being the lake are asked to observe. **(,*****
leading tournament hitter. They are all posted around the ********

This weekend, the Raiders will lake. Fish tend to grab the fly that Plastic Tupperware is an excellent -
be at home playing two double- s. they see first, or the biggest one container for keeping
headers against Patrick Air or the smallest one, or simply hunting and fishing gear. The
Force Base. The first game which ever once happens to strike good part about It Is that It comesin
will start at 7:00 Saturday even their fancy first. So, fishermen all sizes and can be used for

.. ing. can't really tell which fly to use. everything from scopes to spin-
ners, from flies to shells.

Slow summer fishing can
TV chance to fast fishing quick,*eveji The best way to keep fish fresh
Service 'at mid day if a strong wind while out is to keep them in a
blows up. The waves aerate the fish well, or a fish box, or undera
water, stir up the fish, and scat- wet blanket. If they are small
ter loose food along the wind enough, you can hang them over -
battered shoreline. Fish the the side. In other words, keep
shore where the surf pounds, them out of the sun and in a
CB end Ham Radio; Equipment t SPECIAL: Pat Barr son of Commander using subsurface lures. cool place. If they must be kept

Barr. CVW 7, shown here for any length time,they shouldbe
110V AC 12V DC ********
Communications i or with the first catch of the day gutted and gilled at once.
at Lake Newman.
12"PORTABLE *******.

TV SBob's Oak Hill The important pan of fly fish-
0 t Ing is to fish the fly upstream,

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It surface, chuck a gray and -
1830 FOURAKER RD. Car Home for your convenience 6 a.m.10 p.m. brown floater 3 or 4 feet above
Use in or
the spot, and let the current carryit
down over him. If he doesn't
raid service*,Ick.., I delivery, take it -- well, even the experts
can not catch every trout they cast ,
ethnic ee dity..AericM I Feretfi Cws to. If he (does, it just shows how "

SEGRAVES easy dry fly fishing can be.

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If you have trouble poking a :
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< ) 24 Heir Reid MONEY IN 1 DAYs the fine eye wire.of even The loop a No.fits 18 through hook.

nil Wrecker Service i'si' Pass the leader through the loop,
draw the loop back through the

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7, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page11,. .. .

Dependents Learn a .! Grid Coach Selected

Annapolis Md. -- J. Turnley A guard and linebacker for
SailingFundamentalsSchool's;'; / Todd, less than six weeks re- Ellas at Virginia Todd earned
moved from the jungles of Vietnam three football letters and was
was appointed Saturday to captain of the Cavaliers in 1963.
out today for 67 dependents In actuality one third of the the Navy football coaching staff. He played In'1960 61, skippedthe
varying in age from total 36 hours of Instruction was Todd's appointment was an 1962 season due to Illness ;
seven to 17 who have been spending spent on the water In a Beetle pounced by Capt. Alan R. Cameron and returned in 1963. while attending -
the last three weeks learningthe Pram Rebel or Gannett. Dry- director of Athletics. graduate school at Ola -"
rudiments of sailing. dock tutoring included classes in Todd 25, fills one of two vacancies lottesville. He won a B. S. from
Although formalized instruc- sailing; nomenclature and funda- created when Navy assistant Virginia in 1963 and a Master'sin
tion ended today members of mentals of kmt tying. Preven- Jack Gregory accepted the Education a year later.
this the first graduating class tion of accidents to beginnerswas head coaching job at Vlllanova He was an All Atlantic Coast
will be on hand tomorrow for a emphasized. Students had University and took Sterling Conference choice at guard his
graduation regatta. The eventis to be able to swim the lengthof Brown along as an assistant. senior season made the Virginia
slated to start at 9 a.m. and an NAS outdoor pool fully Coach Bill Elias who tutored "Big Five" all star eleven
run until 1 p.m. in front of the clothed before embarking on Todd as a collegian at the Uni- gained recognition as Virginia's
Navy Jacksonville Sailing Qib their first instructional cruise. versity of Virginia, said he will "College Lineman of the Year"
on the banks of the St. Johns Interest IntheNJSCsponsoredcourse be assigned duties with the junior and won the University of Vir-
River. has reached such a point varsity and will help with the ginia "Best Blocker" award.
Sean Devereaux Junior Sailing that a second series of sailing scouting this fall.Todd's only Drafted as a "future" by the
Program supervisor said that lessons will be offered beginning previous coaching experiencewas Green Bay Packers of the
by far and large few of his first July 17 and running through \ as an assistant at Virginia National Football League Todd
would-be "sailors" had ever set August 4. Classes are plannedfor YO NGSTERS conclude afternoon during the spring of 1964. tried one season of professional .
foot in a sailing craft of any the morning 8:30-11:30 and sail perhaps thinking Todd returned inlate May froman ball (1964)) but was dogged by
type. Now with the course in the afternoon from 12:30-3:30. of the graduation this eleven and one half month persistent 'knee problems in
completion at hand many will A fee of $12 per pupil will be regatta tour In Vietnam as an Army, trials with the Packers New York
qualify for Red Cross certificates charged. Saturday. first lieutenant. Giants and Philadelpnla Eagles.:
designating them as instructors. Adults wishing to learn the
Others will be in line for Boy and fundamentals of sailing may sign ..
Girl Scout merit badges. up, for 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Golfer Collects Ace JEEP EllS CREEPERS? ? ?
sessions during the same period.
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,i', Girls on the Navy Jacksonvile Swim Team outshadowed their stroke, third; 200 yd. freestyle,
I male teammates in the fifth annual Beaches Aquatic Club Invitational third. wr4-
held and Saturday Jacksonville Beach by
Friday at
swimming meet Kathy Rockford -- 50 yd.freestyle -
piling up 253 1/2 points, finishing well ahead of Good Shepherd Swim fifth; 200yd. ind. medley, b.a :,ny. 4-ttwT:
Team's 187. fourth; 200 yd. freestyle, fifth; a
In the boys' division, host Cindy Puleo -- 100 yd. butter- 50 yd. backstroke, fifth.
Beaches Aquatic Club finished in fly, third; 100 yd. freestyle, t
top spot with 3211/2 points followed fourth; > 200 yd. breaststroke, 10 and under girls: --
by NJST with 129. second; 200 yd. ind. medley, Rwi1Titiit- .
Double NJST winners in the 20 fourth. Janet Pierotti -- 50 yd.butterfly -
team affair included Ginny Bunn Nany Nichols -- 100 yd.freestyle fifth;= 100 yd. Ind. medley,
and Mickey Stuebben. fifth; 200 yd. freestyle, sixth; 100 yd. freestyle, sixth.
Kathy Nauman totaled 32 points sixth; 100 yd. backstroke, sixth.
over the two days, and followed Pat Dalzell -- 100 yd. back- 10 and under boys:
Elaine Harris (unattached) by stroke, third.
only four points. Miss Harris' Wayne Johnson -- 50 yd.
36 points represented a recordin 73 l 14 year old boys: butterfly, 'second; 50 yd. free-
North Florida AAU swimming style, fifth; 50 yd. breaststroke,
competition.Ned Carl Kaniosky -- 100 yd. first; 100 yd. freestyle, fifth. ,,
Jones (Caraway Athletic butterfly, second; 200 yd.breaststroke Micky Stuebben -- 50 yd.
t Club, Daytona Beach) was high second, 200 butterfly, sixth; 50 yd. freestyle KATHY NAUMAN and Mickey Stubben were awarded high point
point man in the boys' divisionby ley, fourth. fiat, 50 yd. breaststroke, trophies In the 13- 14 year old girls' and 11. 12 year old boys9
virtue of three firsts Friday Dave Fitzpatrick. -- 100 yd sixth; 100 yd.ind.medleyfirst; divisions respectively. Mentor Chuck Phillips holds first place
and two Saturday night. butterfly, fourth; ,200 yd.breast- ((1:21.5)) 100 yd. freestlye. first; girls' and runners boys' team awards.
Complete results of NJST stroke, fourth; 200 50 yd. backstroke, fifth. up
members in the competition: ley- third,. 100 yd. backstroke, Robert Smalling -- 100 yd.
r Senior Woment sixth. freestyle, fourth.In Table .Tournament Monday
the 400 yd. senior womens'
Ellen Smalling -- 500 77-72 year old girls: freestyle relay,the NavyJax"Au The 1967 Jacksonville City All entries must be turned in
style" fourth; 200 yd. butterfly. team of Bunn, Chance, Smallingand Table Tennis Tournament is to the City Recreation Depart
third, 100 yd. freestyle, sixth; Susan Rusch -- 50 yd. free- Nauman combined for a 4:13.7: scheduled for Monday and Tues- ment, 101 E. Adams St. by noon
400 yd. Ind. medley, third; 200 style, fourth: 100 vd. breast- clocking to take the event. day at the downtown Jewish Cen Monday. Play begins. the same
yd. freestyle fourth; 200 yd. evening at 7 1 p.m.
backstroke, sixth. : ter.Sponsored by the City Recreation -
Linda Mayberry -- 500 yd. Department, the ping-pong Entry blanks are available
freestyle, fifth; 200 yd. butter-' competition will be in five divisions through the, NAS Recreation
fly, fourth; 200 yd. backstroke, : mens' singles,((17 yearsof Director's office, Bldg. Three.
third. age and over); womens'
Virginia Bunn -- 200 yd. singles, ((17 years of age and
butterfly,second; 200 yd.breaststroke fA over); Junior boys'singles,(must CanYou
third; 400 yd.individual ., not have reached 17th birthday .
medley, first (521.6); 200 yd. before Jan. 1.1967)); Junior sdrls' TAKE YOUR CAR
freestyle, fifth, 200 yd. back- singles, (must not have reached WITS YOU?
stroke, first. 17th birthday before Jan. 1,1967)); For Financing and Insurance
doubles, (over 17))and Junior
Susan Chance -- 100 yd. freestyle open Stateside and
first; 200 yd. breast- 3 doubles, (under 17)). Overseas. Call
stroke, second, 200 yd.freestyle, l A 25# entry fee is necessary DYER M. BURR
second. for contestants under 17; for GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
Sandra'Fortin -- 200 yd.backstroke ; those 17 and over, the entry fee
fifth. THE NAVY JACKSONVILLE SWIM/ TEAM. ,.' .girls outshlned is 50*. .. CORPORATIONand
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Bruce Smalling-- 100 yd.freestyle entries. .
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100 yd. backstroke, fifth, 200 yd. Approval came out of a June cycle safety inspection. Local DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
ind. medley, second. 28 commanding off leer's confeii motorcycle shops conduct, the Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms
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play four home games in its Extension of the trial period and wheel alignment, headlight, it
28,135 seat Navy Marine Into permanent two wheel vehicle taillight/stoplight, mirrors and
Corps Memorial Stadium this operation here places a approved mufflers.
fall. That's the heaviest home certain emphasis on regulations
i schedule since the facility was "The procedure is basically the three Base Security recommends automobile TAKE A LITTLE DRIVE
dedicated in 1959. The card includes same required by other military per
: Penn State ( Sept. 23)); installations that allow cycles. parking stall, It will, howeverbe andSAVE
Syracuse, ( Oct. 14)); William Cyclists are required to weara up to each department/unit to
and Mary, ( Oct. 21) and Vanderbilt helmet approved for safety by designate a suitable'number of
( Nov. 18)). the American Motorcycle Association cycle parking stalls. BIG !
( AMA) .. Protective Insurance, ,a requirement for
headgear will become mandatory on base operations will force
3 EXOTIC under Florida law In October. Security to close the Main Gate
SHOWS Article 1146 of the U. S. Navy cycle parking area and uninsured
11:00, ioo; 3oq; "A..M. Uniform Regulations, ((1959)) owners will have,to find their own .w
authorizes the serviceman, act- storage areas by July 14. Ma-
r! : ing driver chines in the lot after this time
as a or passenger,
MARIENE will be towed at the's .-
.. : to wear the helmet as an approved away.
'. pan of the uniform. On base expense.An
; ) LINDA however, passengers will not be estimated 100 cycles are
: ;.: 'Rood Runners" allowed on cycles. owned by military personnel a-
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