Jax air news

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Jax air news
Place of Publication:
United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 14, 1967


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Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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University of Florida
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressMtoyUfe 'military department.' The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department the products or'services advertised. .1

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Base Telephone Prefix Changes ; :

,Il Centrex Speeds CommunicationsAt

I minute after midnight tomorrow your telephone will change. It won't turn into a pink or blue
-'princess phone" through the touch of a good fairy godmother's wand, but will be hooked into a new base
I telephone system called Centrex. Centrex ( Centralized Group Service) is a modern telephone system
designed t to handle the air station's expanding communications needs. system will speed telephone
calls to and from the base while eliminating the need of going through an operator for most calls. ,
w- ] As Centrex goes into operation, all telephone numbers aboard the station will change,ranging from Ext. d. 4
r, 2100 through.3999.. j
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,. Non restricted phones will will come In on 467. ,This number installed the $1 million dollar- '
::4 be those in the extension number activates the base system. plus. facility, has conducted a :
series 2100 through 3599. These The caller then dials the desired series, of lectures here during

I .,, y,. numbers have to and -' from extension. the past few days to acquaint .
>, .. base capabilities to all city ex- Incoming calls may be trans- NAS telephone users with the-
changes. The non restricted ferred by depressing the cradle Centrex system. ,
number can also receive and plunger one time. If the plungeris The company briefed secre-
i make long distance calls and receive depressed more .than once, taries and- other telephone users -
Autovon calls. calls cannot be transferred. on telephone.courtesy as well
Only specified numbers may Southern Bell Telephone, 'who as how to handle calls.
make Autovon calls. New telephone directorieswere
t I Interior telephones will be .maait Cut & SaveS ..... being distributed on base
I those in series 3600 through Tuesday and all offices are scheduled -
I 3999. Operators will not be NAS Notice 2305 of July'3 1S to have, the new books by
able to connect off and in calls gives the following tips forgi tomorrow, according to JamesB
through this:series. These num- telephone users: aa Vaughn,. telephone branch
r bers will be restricted to interoffice Trouble reporting -- Dial* manager.
3 phone calls on the base. extension 2488 and report*
: READY FOR CENTREX Miss/ Karen /I. Dingman COM FAIR.f New telephone number' .extensions P in detail apparent. mal-
f JAX Operations secretory, cllj"ays correct telephone dialing have been assigned under -. J function. '" lewd NtnfarttsDM
procedures< Secretaries ,a ..air ,station attendedtcf/ *. the Centrex'sy'stem..AU the ;: On station'calls'-- May:.
f It-; urts'in preparation/ for'Initiation/ / :,of the Centr x telephone' Ys"r" new extensions will be four digit 5 be made by, dialing"the foul .Offktts:
t0 numbersUnder:. the new.system :digit number desired .
-Saturday ,
tin )
f "r', morning.-V.,-.. T calls"between,the 'air star 5: Outside.calls -I,Dial "9'" I '
( ,tion _and the hospital ",can> be '. --: wait for dial tone. 'andidial a..1 F.r it! _
v. :CI J'I.''' ''IH L ,,"q \ .a .... cHrectieHminat1nl'?: ..'" dseirednlnber.a .*f;, ,
... \\tW'";: ";'Field .* Dial',V6L .' tecdoilboard ".;.r
*>*-. ;tth1lt.... "t/1!> : "'. "II rm.'f.'Atf "11IV ", '1'! ... / ; The 1968 flcal jwal-s .. ,l.
lw. lpreSent, Sy.-ni, '\;. i. ,1\o. then ''dlald slie4DHII,1- 'tfirreoemmead\active Km -, -
f i Proram1s ,w.dnesayWednesday 1"ew4ase Number""i 1'( : ; --, no'diai* ',will .i.. officers ,fervp: miption :to commander
[ : a heard.Mayport.-* U' "will!'meet,."Monday ,accordq -,
hasbeendesignate4:t'' 125. The,quota has been alloted The access' number ,for, incoming -.- Dial "9".<-_' ', to.a Navy.message. ,
Civilian Blood Donor Day and, to the Rework Facility and other calls( from city ''ex \a listen for dial tone.d1al:] Eligible officers Include unrestricted -
I the dispensary in Building 8 will activities aboard the/:station. changes and commercial long a 246 and the .four digit ex- aa line and all restrictedline
will be staffed to handle all Employees' who are not distance ,calls is 772. Dialing tension. a categories except photography -
employees? ,who wish' to contri scheduled may still donate blood this number will connect the .. Information Ext. 2486.,- and hydrography.
bute.. by'going to the dispensary during party with the base system. The Autovon -- Dial "8" --.- Officers considered will be
The blood donor program'will the scheduled hours. caller then dials the base ex- = listen for dial tone -- dial a those with a date of rank. of
t run' from 8:30 aim. until, noon. The Civilian Employees', Rec- tension 'desired and is auto Autovon number desired.a. July 1, 1964 or earlier.
During 1966 the employees of reation and Welfare Associationhas matically connected through C n- as Fire -- Ext. 3333. The' commander promotion
t. the air station and tenant: commands arranged for meal tickets trex., a Autovon Information -- a zone terminates ,with T.E.
and their dependents'drew for all blood donors. The 88- ,Autovon calls 'under, Centrex, ..Ext,,2484. a'ytM Powers, lineal number 015903-'
t1 over 350 pints of blood,from the cent tickets will be good for, a 80.Line
Jacksonville Blood Bank. One meal either civilian cafeterias. "JiS' s Captain selection was held r

hundred twelve people used the Civilian'employees are eligible, .kr' July 6 for' eligible 'officers, including -
"banks" facilities free charge. to:receive blood and to have blood '. ... :-0. ) unrestricted and restricted -
i': The quota 'of civilian blood given to dependents s: for whom they ..... .., t.'t' ; line categories. with :'a ,
donors needed to replenish the 'W)11 date rank 'of July 1, 1964 or ,
i Civilian ,Blood Bank account is (Continued, on Page 2)) -WI; earlier.
So: The captain promotion boards !
.:' will recommend active duty 'officers -
IH| Commissary Adds Store j .f, _for promotion with the
exception of TARS and retired

(t. The U. S. Navy Commissary families complete their move to ,, officers.
Store here has added a new,, the area. t ,
f.: branch at NAS, Albany] Ga.. The dollar sales volume is expected r:' ..:, Family Ctittrs

I The commissary,formerlyop- to be,$90,000 per monthas '
r crated by the Air Force atTurn- the commissary begins operations ; \ Rudy Dill Cwds
i 'er AFB, officially opened Tues- with'an upward jump to .. 1't-H
r day. $225,000 per month seen in the : The 45 Navy Family Services
I' Several Improvements are an- future. : ;
Centers, Including the center
f- tlclpated In the ,near future. Civilian employees ,noW.engaged "' here' at NAS, are compiling amass
% A new exit 'ramp,'which will al- by the Air Fora will be \. "of useful Information for
F low patrons ,to take their groY retained in their positions and \ ".. .', \' .
series directly to their auto will be made available to the Navy / '
.( major complaint
I I., mobiles In carts is going to be Commissary Store for training .7\ ". .. \ personnel and their families report-
r'; constructed.: Other planned im in Navy procedures.Employmentneeds .
-.-. is the fact that they could not .
provements are,, a new cash ,are expected, to increaseas .\: r' .. :, '!"" obtain information concerning i
* counting room, pass/check ap- the operation continues.On .. ..1. housing, schools, and other per-
and enclosed .
proving counter, ..
opening day a staff com- .r.m. \ tinent facts of ,interest about
automatic doors.
[ Additional entrance future for prised of Lt. (|f.g.) Douglas their new station before report ..
a projects L. resident there.
Grable, assistantto !ing

p r r r lions improvements of a refrigeration include installa-temperature Cdr. William D. Wolfe, officer .." t. ......'. Supplies of a "request .for
alarm public in charge of the Navy Com- ,,..>.;; activity Information card"NavPers -
system .
j Store here .. ..::<
missary Complex 1740/2) are being sent to
*-, address system, steel storage '. '..;.." .; ..
enlisted and "' '. .iI.( ,
all and
seven, personnel ship station commanders. -
+t': racks, gravity conveyor system, 26 civilian .,..i"i;" ,.f.y." ..,. .
: and repainting of sales areas. employees were on according to Navy Times. ::
The estimated cost of the pro- hand for the opening of busi- This card Is to be given to ..,
t; ject Is 53000. This figure represents ness. BE CAREFUL Motorists, both military and civilian/ / an re the personnel command being Issueing transferred orders for by '.
the combined: 1
cost By becoming a branch of the
minded that slick roads and excessive speeds can be danaer- transfer. The responsibility is '
for the
of renovation two areas commissary here, the com ,
sales floor and warehouse area. missary in Albany will have the This accident occured on vehicle Aye. Monday afterous then his to complete the form
.; Officials estimate 1800 families advantage of volume buying, as noon while driver was operating on wet streets. The and. send It to his new 'station. t'
'. will shop each week, withan well as .the normal benefits of driver Is In the Naval Hospital, luckily suffering only from a The new commands are asked i
expected Increase when Navy centralized date processing. severe whiplash. to forward the material promptly. ,,1 i j '

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Talk It Upl.ll!!! Dependents' Medical AidHandicapped

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By Ed Sowa Includes the

How often have we heard the adage "Everyone's talking aboutIt. ROMAN CATHOLICSttjEdward'.s
."? Most likely we have all heard thisl'IUnytimes.but the
problem is that most people: talk about the wrong things.It Chapel l (EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is to the overseas commander.
seems that when people are talking about it, the "it" most faMi'inf Y"QSUNDAY'.WfiS'y'A the third of a series of articles The submitted request MUST
likely is some rumor or something of no real significance -- -.g ..I.m. relating/ 'to medical benefits Include' the following Information:
except perhaps to a few individuals.It andmimSxfW .A 1-1JQ.m. Sponsor's name, grade ser-
DAILYMAS3- for military dependents
should not be inferred that private conversations should be curtailed vice number branch of t
for such talk is one of the ways that we communicate among SATURDAY MASS -!9:00 a.m. Effective January 1, Public' service and duty assign- I
ourselves. The problem is mainly that a breakdown of vital communications CONFESSIONS Saturday Law 89 614, the Civilian Health ment.
has become somewhat evident. 5 p.m. 5:30; .p.m.7-7:30 p.m. and Medical Program for Uni- Dependent's name and I
The Command of the air station is very much concerned about formed Services established a address. If in an Institution

the problem of communications especially. communication pertaining U.S. Naval Hospital special program of civilian health the name and address of the.
to military matters and affairs. services training, and rehabilitation institution.
The best way to examine this problem of communication is to note for physically and mentally Age and relationship of the
some of the various media available for dissemination and passingof SUNDAY KtASS:.-' -8 a.m. handicapped dependents of dependent to the sponsor.

information regarding the military,.specifically the Navy and this t. members of the Uniformed Ser- A signed statet.nent' the
air station. PROTESTANTAll vices who are serving on active physician giving the diag-
The Plan of the Day ( P. O. D.) is the official publication of any '. duty for a period of more than nosis, history of the de-
station regarding news of both military and certain unofficial Saints Chapel 30 days. pendent's disability,present
activities of interest. Services are available to condition prognosis a recom-
Other ways that information is dispersed is through departmental DIVINE SERVICE -10 a.m. wives children and dependent mended: plan for management -
directives, memos, and announcements. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 husbands who are moderatelyor of the condition and the
Official directives from the commanding, officer should withouta Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722' a.m. severely retarded mentallyor estimated cost.PROGRAM .
doubt be read and heeded. ( Most often the P. O. D. carries who have a serious physical
such matters' indicating the precise orders of the Command.) Center 751 a.m. handicap. COSTSThe
Chapel Bldg.
The base newspaper., ( in this.asc, JAX AIR NEWS) usually WEDNESDAYChoir Authorized services include: costs of the various handicapped -
presents the troops of the base as well as the civilians employed Diagnosis. the
Rehersal - 7 programs are paid by
aboard the station, with most current topics of interest as well as THURSDAY p.m. Inpatient outpatient, and who pays an share
news items relating to thestation, the Navy, and individual units Young Adult Group 7 home treatment. of sponsor the monthly cost of civilian
and commands aboard the station ,as a whole. Though the news- Christian Science Service8 p.m. Training, rehabilitation, and services on a graduated scale
paper is not an official publication, it does attempt to present the special education. according to his pay grade.
news with the greatest amount of accuracy possible. SECOND MOND Y;f Each Month p.m. Institutional residential care The government pays the rest
Most items found in the newspaper can usually be justified and Chapel Women's Guild in private nonprofit, public up to a maximum of$350 a month.

corroborated. . -9:30a.m. and State institutions and Anything over that amount is paid

The Best Media (Chapel Center) facilities. Also, appro- by the sponsor.However .
priate, transportation to and
the sponsor who has
Of the above mentioned avenues 'of news, one has not been from such institutions and than handi-
more one physically
mentioned, and it is perhaps the most common and most used and U.S. Naval Hospital facilities.It capped or mentally retarded dependent -
in most cases the most effective. This media iswordofmouth.It should be noted that if the pays for the care of only
is not always possible! to. read some of the official publications, SUNDAY SERVICE --10 a.m. 'residential or other care ONE SUCH DEPENDENT -- the
though every effort should be made to do so daily;thus word of required by the dependent is care which costs least.
mouth conveys news of different matters and events current to the available in a public or State
station. Traffic facility, the care may not be Sponsors' monthly costs are:
Although this is the best possible media for the promulgation obtained in a private nonprofit
and spreading of news, there is a certain caution and prudencethat ViolationsThe institution or facility under this Pay Grade Amount

should be employed when accepting news or information through program. (Residential care in ,E-l through E-5 . $25
word of mouth. This method of announcement should be regardedas following Is a report ,of private institutions operated for E-6 . . . 30
an introduction into some newsworthy or beneficial item. Once motor vehicle accidents and traffic profit is NOT authorized.) E-7 . '. '. . 35
we have been told about something of importance, we should violations for the period June INFORMATION E-8 . '. .' . 40
trace the information to its source, thus guaranteeing the greatest 27 July 10.Number Detailed: information on ,this E-9. .' . .'. . 45
possible amount of certainty:: and authenticity.This of Accidents including informationon W-l and W-2 . ... 45
warning is not meant to sound as if we should distrust, -11 program W-3 and W-4 . . 50
This Week - schools, hospitals training .! -
anything and everything that we hear or are told, but rather, should Total Accidents this year through centers for 0-1 ;' .-" ." ... ; "' :.,.:: .,35
a particular handicap, .
I, serve as precautionary measure. "Better safe than'sorry" should July 10, 1967k, . .193 may be obtained from the.Information 0-2't...: .t... ; 40
be modified to "Better 'check just to be sure'; Why. take chancesif : Number of 'Accidents through Center,Officer of Civilian 0-3 . .. of. . 45 .

the matter is truly important. July, 1966 . . .210 Health and Medical Program of 0-4 . '. .. . . 50
Security PrecautionsUp of the Uniformed Services,Off ice of 0-5 .f: ; . .'. 65
Total number days since last the Surgeon General U.S. 0-6 . : . :75
to this point we have been discussing ways to promote com- injury In a motorvehicle accident Army, .
Denver Colo. 80240.OBTAINING 0-7. . . : : . 100
munications, but since most of us who read this article are service ----------0 0-8 '. . . . 150
personnel we' are also conscious or should be, that at times communications Number BENEFITSTo 09 . . . 200
canbe extremely harmful,if not unlawful.This, of course, : of Violations obtain benefits under the 0-10 . .. . .. 250
This Week - - 59
is in reference to matters of security.
handicapped program mentioned (Next week this series will
Most of us are not in constant contact with matters of security, Speeding ---------H above, the sponsor or other conclude with a breakdown of
yet again, to play safe we should be absolutely sure that if we discuSs Reckless Driving - 0 responsible family member must costs:: for the various benefits
military matters, which in themselves may seem trivial or Going through Stop Sign2 send a request for acceptance of included under this law.
routine, they are not matters of security. Other Violations46
\ the dependent under the handicapped Coverage for retired members
Most of us are mature enough to understand that there are en- Thirty nine drivers appeared program to the Executive under VA in conjunction with '
emies of the United States who are constantly on the lookout for before the Traffic Hearing Director at the same address as the above program will also be
these "minor bits of Info" that can really lead to major security Board at the meeting held on given above (for information), or discussed.)
'leaks.So July 11. Disposition of the cases -
let's make sure that we know what we are talking about,if included the following: Eight
it's safe to talk about it, and to whom we are talking. Although we lost driving and parking privileges Blood Donor ProgramContinued
are trying to foster better communication aboard the station, aboard station for various I
make sure that when we do, we know what we are doing. periods; Nine were assignedto ( from Page One)

completion an eight hour
course in remedial driving at are the sole support. The on-base blood donor drive
President's AdvisersAlthough NATTC; Three received sus- Whenever a transfusion is comes as the American Red
pensions; Twelve were given needed by an employee or his Cross makes a plea to Americansto
warnings; One was dismissed, eligible dependents, a request include a blood donation In
Fourteen should be made to the Personnel their preparation for summer va-
were fined (U.S.COM-
not provided for in the Constitution, the cabinet of the Generalist of the employee'swork .
); and Nine referredto
United States established in 1789.
was area, or to his supervisor. Pointing our that "accidentsand
The Constitution in Article II, Section II, simply states that commanding officers for pos- The employee relations "
sible super- illness never take holiday,
disciplinary action.
the President can ask heads of executive departments to give;'written intendent 'of IRD, is the 'station Dr. Tibor J. Greenwalt, medical
opinions on any subject connected with their departments. Thirty nine drivers were assessed contact authority for civilian employees director of the Red Cross Blood
During his administration George Washington established an 84 traffic points. with the local blood bank. Program said that blood dona-
advisory group composed of the Secretaries of State Treasury, tions invariably dwindle to their
and War and the General.In .
Attorney lowest point in the summertime,
time the cabinet became as accepted pan of the national govern- while the need for blood, mainlydue
ment. Today, the cabinet consists of the Secretaries of 12 departments JAX AIR NEWS to highway accidents, frequently

: State Treasury Defense, Interior, Agriculture, Com- increases.
merce, Labor, Justice, Post Office, Transportation, Housing and ,c Basing his estimate on
Urban Development, and Health Education and Welfare. The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper July August accident rates of

The heads of the departments, which were created at various distributed/ each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air other years. Dr. Greenwalt said
that vehicle fatalities
motor in
times by act of Congress are- appointed by the President with Station Jacksonville, Florida/ by the Holt Publishing the two month period are
the approval of the Senate. Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for us. In expected to be around 9000.
The Secretaries serve for four years or at the discretion of the the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public "with disabling injuries, manyof

President.At Affairs/ Office, Box 2, HAS Jacksonville' by .noon them requiring immediate blood
a change in administration it is customary for a cabinet transfusions,
be fore News items wet corned
on Monday publication. are
member to tender his resignation, but he remains in office untila high."
from all Telephone EV 9-7777 Ext. 8162.
is appointed. sources ,
successor In this current fiscal year,
Ordinarily, the cabinet meets once a week, although more oftenin Advertisements are solicited by the publisher midquer.s daily blood collections for civil-
time of war. concerning such should be directed to: ians by the American Red Crossranged
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Binding Blvd. from a low of 9.074 last
Advice at a cabinet meeting covers many problems and policies Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone/ 387 44S1 July to a high of 13.633 in April.
of the Administration but the President does not have to followit. "The solution is for healthy

VOL. 25 NO. 16 JULY 13, 7967 Americans between the ages of 18
Throughout the years, thecablnethas remained what it was meantto and 60 to donate blood to the Red
be at the outset -- a purely advisory body. ( AFNB) Cross of their community blood
bank" Dr. Greenwalt said.


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By Lucref/a/ BroadbeamYou N ew Books By Sharon Arnold/at, b'ibrary!

have met the most beautiful !-

I girl in Florida, she is blonde, PLUM EXPLOSION by and reveals the remarkable experiences -
blue-eyed, and has a suntan that John van der Zee. "Followthe of famous ambassadors -
would make a lifeguard envious. fellow who follows a dream"is generals, government officials
She seems to find you attractive, an old saying. The fellow is editors, clergymen and
:' which is helpful. You dream of Raymond Moss, a Young Cali- numerous others.
moonlit nights on the beach and fornia law student, disturbed by THE ANTHEM by Noel Gear-
maybe a drive-in movie. the gradual dissappearanceof the son. Kings, popes rebels,
Finally, taking your pride in countryside's natural beauties in writers, merchants, soldiers,
your hands you humbly suggest the path of builders and developers statesmen, queens, and great ladies -
that she might like to go out tries to save a particular people this sweeping novel
one night. There is a special plum orchard, and enters a that spans four centuries from
formal dance at the club and long, losing battle against Poli- the sixteenth century to the
she accepts. GeronimolYou ticians and planners and real present day. Set within the
visualize yourself and the estate men. framework of a meeting betweena
girl waltzing through the doorof Catholic bishop and his Pro-
the club, draped in dress SEARCH FOR THE TRUTH testant cousin just after the recent -
uniform and blue satin gown. by Ruth Montgomery. The author ecumenical council, it tells
You drive up to her door, get of the biography of prophetess the dramatic story of one
out, knock, and get the door English nymphet/ Jocelyn Lane has the feminine ro- Jeanne Dixon writes of her experiences remarkable family whose mem-
slammed in your face. Sadly mof/c/ lead opposite Elvis/ Presley In his: newest film "Tickle in the field of psychic bers and generations, divided by
you turn away and get back on Me", an Allied Artist release. phenomina and her search for conflicting religious beliefs,bear
: your motorcycle. Women are the deeper meaning of life. She witness to the hesitant growthof
:!, so hard to understand. She had tells of her own growing inter- religious freedom in the West
seemed so enthusiastic. At The Cecil TheatreThis ests in extrasensory perception ern world
Ii) About half-way back to the
the rain which, this CAREER OPPORTUNITIESFOR
i base starts
ranch leads the in
' may come as a shockto owner pack
( being Jacksonville, is not shrink un- the bobby-sox millions, but a race for Elvis' attentions, but QUALIFIED COLLEGE GRADUATESWITH
Still ,
usual. grim you Norman Taurog, the Hollywood the hero prefers "the British
shake the
into the saddle director who guided Elvis Bardot", Jocelyn Lane. Miss DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP ABILITY
;'i water off your nose. Why are Presley in "Tickle Me", which Lane plays the physical education
women so peculiar plays at the Cecil theatre this instructor 'at the ranch. This is Career opportunities in line management,
ill Back on you suddenly
switch for the
himas quite a English
Sunday now wants to cast
staff technical
notice that ominous-looking or positionsin
t "
a "cold-blooded killer. actress. played a juvenile
gray truck is following close the Home Office of a major insurance
And this may come as a sur- delinquent In her first movie role. company
I I behind. He signals and you prise to the Academy, but the In the process of "winning thegirl"
pull over. The bike Is a little reasoning behind Taurog's ideais Elvis sings! nine songs, Starting salary for Bachelor's Degree-$7314 per year,
III noisy, the fellow says. That that the guitar-thumping idol which he also recorded for RCA., higher for Masters Degree
k will cost 11 demerits. So sorry. is "potentially one of the best Jack Mullaney, of TV's "My
There are dozens into the of club when dramatic actors in the business." Living Doll", plays the pal with Also excellent opportunities in Group Insurance Sales & Service
, people going What does Elvis think of the two left feet who helps promote
The uniforms,
you roar past. idea? Elvis' cause with Julie. He aids For more information,
and satins blend in
r organdies and "I'd like to try it," he says. the two in finding a pot of gold call Mr. Lavery or Mr. Weaver
blaze of color shiny cars
I';t a are lined for blocks. "I want to play serious roles, while fighting off the badmenwhoaim 398.8711, Personnel Dept., 8:30.: 4:30: Mon. thru Fri.
but I don't want to rush it. I'd to get it first.
! Cars. rather just let it happen." Also appearing in the movie -An Equal Opportunity EmployerXTHEY -
: Cars. Hollywood wants the musicalstar are Merry Anders,Bill Williams,
: Bright, shiny cars. just as he is. A studio's John Dennis and Allison Hayes.
realize it. Throw
Suddenly you
first commandment Is "Don'tmeddle
your hat into the air. Your "
troubles are over and perhaps with success,
I the romance is not dead after Elvis is one star Hollywooddidn't ... I.
"type". He was a ready- :
all. There's another dance next made box-office sensationbefore :: '.. GIVE YOU ', ,,, \.::4 : r
week. You know what,youhavetodo. "
: he'ifeVer> stepped 'in ftont"of'the .1 '" ..f ,,/y FIRSt CLASS' BANKBYMAIL'I 1.. ." 1 :

Find good paint shop and .. cameras. He had already madea ; .J' 1
I a hit as a television and recording < ( SERVICE AT .
, What girl can resist you? J
' personality. '; V WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK %
"Tickle Me" follows the
: Out of Curiosity standard and successful Elvis

In the Panavision show
Officers meet and eat in the
wardroom. This sounds as if he plays a singing, swinging
the gentlemen are being held ina wrangler on an exclusive dude .
guarded chamber of anasylum.Not ranch. The ranch specializesin :
quite. This old Navy term selling beauty culture to women
originated in the British 'Navy for $500 a week.
Julie Adams, the sophisticated 6
in the 18th century. On the .
., ,
old ships there was a compartment

aboard used as a storage .
area for officers' clothing. It _. ? "

was called the"wardrobe",later .. .' .,, ',
corrupted to "wardroom. When : /::: 7t ;

the officers .... ..
compartment was enpty w. Give' Merchant Or..n Stomp i /' f '
would meet there Infor- ,. ... "., .
mally and for meals. Graduallyit '. \
was used entirely as a mess
room. When the United States -, ,
Navy organized, the custom ,\ .
was .
.., ...
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1 1 NARTU News and Views I I ICapt. I Iby

Les Martin |

Mr Carl D. Simonsen civilian pursuits to keep their
df4r NARTU Jax CO. was the guest military skills current.
speaker at a luncheon of the
r Jacksonville Chapter of the Re- Cdr. Donald F. Everett of
serve Officer Association in Miami relieved Cdr. George R.
downtown Jacksonville July 7. Frost a resident of West Palm
t. Capt. Simonsen's speech aug. Beach, as commanding! officerof
1 mented 1 by; color slides covered Antisubmarine Patrol Squadron -
"The Navy in Vietnam" and was 741. Saturday.A .
well received by the audience. 16 year veteran with the
4 ; ***..... squadron Commander Frost isa
Two of ,NARTU's Naval Air county engineer in civilian
Reserve squadrons departed NAS life while Commander Everettis
Jacksonville on their annual two the manager of Goodbody and
weeks of active duy for training Company in Miami.
Sunday and! Monday July 9and!10.
The first leaving on Sunday Another change of command
was Helicopter Squadron 741 took place over the past weekendas
L which is based for its cruiseat Cdr. Arthur F. Conde relieved -

1 __ the naval installation in Key Cdr. Williard F. Burgess
i West. Fla. Jr., as commanding officer of
On Monday Antisubmarine NARTU's VS741.As .
Search Squadron 743 departed for a civilian commander bur-
operations from NAS Leeward gess is the Product Manager of
Point Guantanamo Bay Cuba. Florida Steel Corporation in
1 Eighty nine Weekend War- Tampa. Cdr.Conde Is the System
riors, and active duty support Safety Supervisor of the Bendix
personnel left their families and Launch Support Division at the
Kennedy Space Center.

.* W. R. Kemp, YAP 62 Photographic Department head, and personnel of the Mo'acsection/
a proudly display their; mosaic map of Merritt Island (Cape Kennedy) which required nearly 900

k photographs and over 1000 man hours to complete.Builds .

VAP-62 400 Pound Island S _..

To a. layman it may sound simple; obtain aerial photography of Cape Kennedy ( Merritt Island), 1''S
' and lay the individual photographs on a masonite platform in the form of a mosaic or complete picture -
; of the island. In reality it's much more involved but to the personnel of Heavy Photographic?
Squadron Sixty Two it's Just another in a long line tedious and complex Jobs they perform. A photo
project begins on the planning tables of the VAP 62 Photo Intelligence Department. Here all the
specifications .needed_ to ny.t e mission are worked out. Size of the area to be photographed, photo
scale required J, altitude at whichthe
photo aircraft must fly,number photographs must overlap each ly.The office
of the flight lines requiredto other, amount of film required Photo intelligence -
cover the area percent the type of camera, lease, filter, determined the size of the 'i J; :
board to be used for :
etc., headings to be flown, and mounting
,camera "ON" and "OFF" posi- the Cape Kennedy project. A -
tions, are ,all determined. This board 'ten' feet by ten feet was c. s
ICC'M111/ needed. In ,the carpentry shop
{ information is, then, placed on
a flight planning chart. Copiesof three' professional engineers
'F J the flight chart are forwarded worked out the details of,the, '
along with copies of the mis- boards' construction. With a surface Lt; Norman. H. Sacltlclw, Royal Canadian Navy, was detached alter a
103rd St. at Wesconnett Blvd. sion plan to the VAP Mission area of onehunred'square! two year four at the HAVAIRREWORKFAC.
We Wire Flowers Brief section, and! camera installations feet the board 'was constructed
Mission brief in two,sections., A heavy wood Officer LeavesAnother
'shop. Foreign
Phone SP 1.3770 or. SP 2-0250 assigns, a mission number and frame with aluminum supports
FlowersFor were placed on the back of each
briefs flight crews on the details chapter in the inter-
the ject Officer. The helicopter
'Every section. When completed
Occasion of the while
project cam-
relations Involving the
program currently Is
mounting platform weighed over
FREE DELIVERY era installations Insures the required foreign naval officer exchange
four hundred pounds and cost being replaced by attack type
JEWELL J. 'SMITH cameras are placed in 55000. program came to an end on July aircraft work here at the NAV-
the aircraft and working proper- 6 when Lt. Norman N. Sachkiw,
w Missions were scheduled and AIREWORKFAC Also he had
L photography of Cape Kennedy tak Royal Canadian Navy, was detached collateral duty as Intramural
en. The exposed film was proc- after a two year tourat sports representative.Lieutenant .
essed by the Fleet Air Photographic the NAVAIREWORKFAC.While Sachkiw, a nativeof
At/fJO/ Laboratory( FAPLthen at Jacksonville served Vegreville, Alberta Canada
A 0- delivered to VAP 62's Photo as the Helicopter PAR Pro- began his' service in the Royal

Intelligence Department ,whereit Murk liUwiiWiisCitizuskip' Canadian Navy in 1958 upon graduating -
was evaluated. Each individual from Calgary Tech.
photo was studied to assure Besides periods of naval train
MOTORS that exposure was right, the area Awird ing he has served as Air
had been completely covered, Engineering Officer In various
the pilot had remained at the Mark Baldwin son of LCdr. squadrons. Similar duty awaits
Grand Opening exact altitude specified. and Mrs. Wallace D. Baldwin him when he and his family ar-
PH2 D. M. Dreher, PT3 S. C. won a Good Citizen Award upon rive at CFB Shearwater, near
Smith and PHAN D. L. Morris graduation from the 6th gradeat Halifax, Nova Scotia, In mid -
SPECIALS toiled over one thousand man Venetia Grammar School #68. July.
hours laying the Cape J Kennedy The award Is presented to the
mosiac under the of student who
supervision displays the best *
Lt. W.' R. Kemp photo. department ,citizenship qualities throughouttheir I RETIRi G'
head. school ??l
64 TEMPEST R & H. .$875 62 RAMBLER Ambass.. .$525 grammar years. I
When the last of
Power and A/C. print was posi- Selection the student most deserving -
64 SAAB . . .$575 tioned and! the legend in place, of the award is made by Put yourself In the Profit I
63 CHEVY II. . .$575 they had every right to be proud, the teachers and principle of the Picture with an ultra
63 RENAULT.$425 but, there was very little time school modern "30 Minute Coin I
62 RENAuLT. .. $350 for congratulations. As soon as The award Is sponsored by the Laundry.",Excellent -
62 FALCON Stat Wag A/T$650 the huge mosaic was hoisted a- Daughters of the American op
60 RAMBLER American. .$375 board a truck the Photo Department Revolution. It was presented to turn franchise compared all
62 VALIANT Signet H/T.$650 Auto/trans. cleared its deck to make Mark by the principal at grad- Choice locations in re-I

62 CHEV.,. A/T ,R & H. .$650 59 ENGLISH FORD. $375 way for the next mosaic. uation exercises. Shopping Centers. :
One Lieutenant commander Bald-
Owner. mum $5,000.00
61 CHEV. IMPALA. $750 I Want Ads Sell/ J win is attached to Heavy Photo- ment. Dependable, long I
Power and A/Cond. 60 HILLMAN Cortvertlble$375 graphic Squadron 62. lasting attractive equip- I

61 PONTIAC 2DR Sedan.$475 58 SUNBEAM Rapier. $350 ment. Full or part time
management. No credit inventory -
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I Merit- Promotion JobApplications JAX EmpkyusAwards. .:

AvailableThe R.c.IY, '"

Merit Promotion Op through the close of business 17 : : liv : : An awards program held on
portunities listed below are cur- July 1967. June 23 honored eight employeesof
rently open for receipt of ap- MPB No 112 67 Special : Supervisor of Shipbuilding
plications. The area of consideration Services Officer, GS 10. Areaof Conversion and Repair,Jackson*
and closing date for each consideration Nationwide. ville. Capt. J, D. Small presented .
bulletin is as shown. Applications will be accepted checks for $380 each to B.
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D through the close of business Y E. Czepczynskl and C. D. '0 -
Grade levels GS 4 and below 27 July 1967. M Hare for a joint beneficial sug-
Area of consideration NAS, MPB No. 113 67 TeletypistGS gestion for an arresting gear J
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, 5. Area of consideration- weldmwits facing machine.,
Navy Commissary Stores, Jack- NAS, NARF, NARTU,COMFAIR .4Copt. This suggestion produced a
sonville, Fla.Applications will be JAX, Navy Commissary Stores. savings of approximately$21,600
accepted at any time. A separate Applications will be accepted over the cost of the former me-
application Form 57 must be through the close'of business 19 thod of refadng the arrestinggear

filed for each position in which July 1967. J. D. Small (hit) presented awards to the/ following Navy weldments. '
for $100
interested. MPB No. 114 67 Firefighter l employees: (I to rJ) Mary. J. Thomas, M. T, Porter C. D. 0' Another M. T. check Porter for benefits wentto
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C ( General) GS 4. Area of Hare, S. J. Sumara, B. E. Czepczynsfc/. E. V/cIc,J, G. Braun from his suggested Improve -
All semi. skilled positions pay consideration NAS NARF, '
level 7 and below. Area of con- NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,' Navy and P. J. Chandler. mem on drydock' steam outlets.Mrs. .
sideration NAS, NARTU Commissary Stores, Jackson- Mary J. Thomas was pre
NARF, COMFAIRJAX, Navy ville, Fla. Applications will be LCdr. Waters RetiresOn sented an emblem denoting 30
Commissary Stores, Jackson accepted through the close of years of Federal civil service,
ville, Fla. Applications will be business 20 July 1967. "Walt" sioned an ensign and designateda which started with a War Ser-
accepted at time A Waters became the first officerto naval aviator in 1944. vice Appointment in July. 1943atNATTC
any separate -
MPB No. 115 67 Accounts
retire at the Naval Air Rework ..
application Form 57 must In 1966he ported to the Over
Maintenance Clerk (TypingGS-) Facility since its becoming a Receiving certificates for.
be filed for each position in which haul and Repair Department at
interested. 4. Area of consideration All seperate command on April 1. completion of correspondencecourses :
Naval activities located at Lieutenant Commander NAS.At in several areas of ship.
MPB No. 83-67 Plan B Wa- his retirement be explainedto
All skilled positions play level NAS,Jax, Fla. Applications will ters, a native of Illinois, enteredthe "well-wishers" that he plansto building conversion and repair
be accepted through the close of of G. Braun P.
8 and above. Area of consid- Navy's V-5 program in November stay in the Jacksonville area ships were J. ,
eration NAS, NARF, NARTU, business 17 July 1967. .1942 and was commis- and "take it easy" for a while. J. Chandler, S. J. Sumara, H.
COM FAIRJAX, Navy Commissary MPB No. 116 67 Secretary g. M. T. Porter.'_.,

Stores, Jacksonville, Fla. (Steno.), GS 5. Area of con-
Applications will be accepted at sideration All Naval activities LAST 3 DAYS-
any time. A separate application located at NAS, Jax., Fla. ,Applications -
Form 57 must be filed for each will be accepted .. ,
position in which interested. through the close of business SALE ENDS SATURDAY!
MPB No. 96-67 General 20 July 1967. '
Engineer, GS 11. Area cf :
consideration Nationwide'. Ap- !}. .
plications will be accepted WHITEWALL
through the close of business :
17 July 1967.
MPB No. 97-67 Metallurgist,
GS 11. Area of consideration -
Nationwide. Applicationswill ,
be accepted through the closeof .
business 17 July 1967. Kingsley
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MPB No. 100 67 Closed \
Microphone Reporter or Shorthand .
Reporter, GS 7. Area of MOTORS
conslderation'Natlonwlde', .'. Ap-, wry btftrt yew matta drhbtf tartt-LWtri tat Mfe!
will' 'be accepted ;
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} PERSONNEL OF .ALL RATES AND RANKS us. the/ ,'facllltl at the hobby shop./ CoY.' E. C. ONE OF A NUMBER of, "00* It yourself/ ,oreose monkeys")' Bill Enn\,,\a uses CERAMICS INSTRUCTOR, H. 'T. Carter, stands by ready to pass on INSTRUCTIONS/ ON. THE USE of the photo enlarger/ at the 'hobby shop photo

: Gorrcff works at the/ carpentry shop on a '"hobby' pro// cf.i .. the/ equipment available at the autoshop to do a little/ work on his car. M words A_.J.1. : of encouragement to Cheryl' Spohnhoftz (left) and Carol Clark, if lab, are given to Tex Gilbert (left' ) by Photographers Mat. Sam Kenfen.

i : Hankerin'' to build a b boat t or haven for the creative hobbyist, i to change a spark plug or con- sizes and description. a welding
|\ ,: bookcase make a figurine. develop be he beginner or expert in his ; denser adjust yourcarbureteror, shop and a chain hoist to pull ..'.
i some prize winning photos HAS Hobby Shop Offers Seven Day D Haven for Creative Hobbyist s son tear,'the-.engine down, materials. the engine -- they're' all there for
area.Each y ,
:. ,. repair that ailing radio or: "work"** area is under and advice: are available. weekend mechanics.
\} TV, grease monkey with )your' the supervision of 'an expert, Greaseracks for changing: \ oil There's' a beehive of acti--
) pride and Joy automobile ready to give advice when need- or greasing it yourself, [feel vity in those three building.
; slot car race, or nuke. a ed, to help the novice over the materials, help you get the working project: two planners, to build a complete component Here's the place: to bring it.. and developing equipment' timers, Dependent children actually a- gaugessocket_ I wallet? rough spots and to applaud the materials at moderate cost and a wood lathe, three band saws, unit. Just bring the unassemb-') to learn, a little electronics whileat dryers, and even display areas. tend class 'sessions and turn out '. ---L: f 1 1 ______ft -r grouplI' I
)i(\ You can accomplish any or all efforts of some new creation.Assisting help you to ,finalize your plans. a joiner and two grooving ma- led kit to the Radio TV El-. '" it. Model gas powered planes beautiful ceramic items bisque ;
) of these creative endeavors right them are"moonlighting" Several boats different sizes chines. The carpenter ectronics Shop over the carpenter How,about that t potential prize- your hobby or slot.- car racIng and glazed -_- anything from a I Roosv |
'\ hereatNASlnthethree-- Navymen, dedicated to their particular have come out'o of( the shop, and all of the major hobby shop areasis I shop. All materials: ( plus$ By winning photo )you' "want,developed ? You can build the models tiny ,dog to ,an American eagle t( .ItJ) CAR WASH"
\ building Hobby> Shop complex,J JI } hobby.> so have beautiful( ,bookcases and open seven days a week: noon encouragement and advice:needed and enlarged for. the right high- here. and for a small fee' race and three ,- dimensional 'statuettes Mall. \.
I } 897'?, 896 and 565. So you 'want to build a boat cabinets of'all description, many to 10 p.m., weekdays and 9 a.m. to finish the job are- there.Don)' Rlc ie J lights and shadows. The photo the slot cars upstairs.In of.the famous "Pinky'and. OPEN,MONDAY. THRU SATURDAY;8:38,AM 5:38: PM .1.1'FREE'CAR
,t Presided'' over by H. C. Os-n in your spare time/ Go over to using.. shop p templates. to 6 p.m.,weekends and holidays. Perhaps.;your TV is cutting-up'"- Por P\\ lab, under advisory supervision l the far end of( the building "Blue Boy". : '
-, burn, of the NAS Recreation Division ",the..Carpenter''"and Boat Shop and Except (for,materials, as in all "We're' hoping, more' retired there's' a .loudbuzzinguryour( )' \V has 'all you'll' need--"!- You can buy 'is headquarters (for' the"high-< Some 500 plaster'-' f f- p paris", .
;1',I'' and his supervisory. assistants '<\i talk to:J.. M.Breazadale;* or one Ji hobby> shop areas', there Is 'no personnel l, especially 'fleet reserVists radio. The big tab from a 'professional v the chemicals ,here and use one' iron" the model railroad d (fans. molds, some well ,mixed b batter, WASH ; :
(1 ,here is a seven'- day of his assistants.He'll' ,advice'you charge and "customers" range living In the area will ( repair shop scares you.:, of the darkrooms,withenlargers, The ,Navy Jax Model Railroad and a 'little patience under'expert ,
4I from seaman apprentice: to the use our facilities," Os- Club, with its Infinity Central supervision, and,any novice:' WITH/ J 15 S GALS. OR MORE,STANDARD OIL
L A :=: JR & "scrani led ,, the vis burn said, FRA Railroad Is PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED ;, !
> :egg on noting tendencies pike J underway In can turn out a professional ..
or"groupfrom civilian dependents to form a nucleus (for the more new quarters, welcomes visitors looking gift or "pi ce de re- :
1 to career men. transient active military hobby- .6 each Friday at 6:30: p.m. and Is sistence" for the parlor.. SPRAWAX .1I0W ONLY 5H( :
II ; ; The spacious shop is complete ists.Let's ( ." .. ',co.,"'} looking\ (for members to its HO' The shop is complete with ceramic 'Located In Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center,
with almost any type of equip- say y you've made a clan.Need cleaning and sanding tools iI _-A
ment you'll' need (for any wood stereo cabinet, and have a kit :!;: _______1L 4 a kit, or oil for your car, and! glazing kilns. n E- IL
1I ; spark plugs, models ( the ,kind .Also in the an line materials -
Ic ., I'J' Tifk0i. you ,build ), ,paint Including .area available and a separate
t} t tourch up for youn automobile, shop can be established, if enough OPEN SUNDAY
: 8Bob's Oak Hill ceramic supplies, paint by Interest becomes evident"for
;: //'iiki? S : \ j I !. number sets? Pat R.tmireznthe), ( leatherworking handbags,
j 1' H':' ''I Hobby Shop salesroom has it. wallets, maybe even a saddle.In (
I r$ t Pure Service CenterOpen '' Another popular area is the the heavy duty area is the :f fw.
IHEt.j..L'I ).''I.ii'.,..; ceramics shop under H. T. Car- popular auto repair shop, under
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. ter and his assitants.$ Bob Durrette. Whether you want
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:; : Lean on us i/for J:a vacation loan.,, 10/20/5/ / LIABILITY MONTHLY POLICIES at building a soundproof booth. v *mmH* --.---',, >un.'Thurt. 4pm- 77'JCprV : / 67 VW SEDANS &, SUNROOF.$795.. $
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I Planned for All Services: _Rv, Tom. _n. .Ralee.__.-,- AE1 William J. Merchant was

recently selected to be the
\r Washington -- Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara has NATTC Serviceman of the Month
\ ordered all of the services to participate in the test phase of a new .4 for June. Merchant, who worksin
program called Project Transition. the Aviation Electrician's Mate
I d
\ The defense program is to teach civilian skills to enlisted men Training Division, Programmed
before they leave the service. Participating In the study are men Instruction, was chosen while he
with one to six months of service time left, and have indicated no was assigned as an instructor in
desire to remain in the service, and who have no marketable skill. Phase VI, AEA) School.
According to Navy Times, the Navy will begin the program in the Capt. R.P. Kline, commanding
San Francisco Navy complex, the Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, officer at NATTC, will present
4 N. C., and the Air Force at Randolph AFB, Tex. It Is Already In Merchant with a commendation'!
I progress in the Army at Fort Knox, Ky. which reads in part, "Petty Officer -
}, The Post Office Department, along with several other government m'w Merchant displayed
agencies, are aiding the program, by teaching the men at Knox exceptional technical and teach-
} various skills needed in postal work, with jobs offered in the Postal ing abilities. Enthusiasm with
Service upon successful graduation. his assignment ,and the willingness -
\ Training is other fields, such as auto and truck mechanics, shown in assisting the young
\ data processing, welding, clerk and sales skills is also being offered. trainees in the field of aviation
; Remedial courses for completion of high school courses electricity were noteworthy. The .
will also be offered. superior knowledge of his rate
\ Navy Times said that the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps and a keen understanding of
officials who will be given the responsibility of running the program contemporaries' and students'
t in their services will visit theFt.Knox training site before the end problems made his advice sought
of the summer. and heeded. The reliability and
The program is In response to a request made by President 5 ti, vigor with which be.approached
! Johnson "to make available, to the maximum extent possible new problems'arecharactejristicof
, In service training and educational opportunities which willIncrease Petty Officer Merchant's dedication -
(serviceman's) chances for employment in civilian life," to the Navy."
the Navy Times further stated. AEl William J. Merchant Merchant: will also be given a
The training will be conducted during duty hours. as much as $50 U. S. Government Savings
1 possible, and the program Is voluntary. Bond, and he and his family will
take a trip sponsored by the

;e PolIo Insurance A Ids Clvl".n s U.SO. to St.*Augustine.*******

\ On June 29, Capt. R.P. l Kline,
f Civilian employees of the station ily member from the cost of commanding officer at NATTC,
j have until July 21 to apply treatment and care caused by gave Sustained Superior Performance -
for insurance under the Group poliomyelitis., Included are hos- Awards to 17 civilian
Polio Expense Protection Plan, pital expense, medical service, ',R1 t tI employees.' Those receiving the
according to a recent IRD Bulle- iron lung rental, nursing care I awards were: Mrs. FlorenceG.
tin.Application and transportation. Anders, Mrs. Hazel M.
can be made to department Employees can insure them- Biehoffer, Mr. Henry C. Bick-
representatives or to selves and family members except ner, Mrs. Mary E. Ellis, Mrs.
the Employees Services Branch, those. 21 years or older i ;i Lorene L. Faircloth, Mrs.
IRD. extension 8134 or 3254, for only $4 a year' '!Single Audrey H. Freeman, Mr. ParronG.
Room 225-E, Building 907. person policies cost $2 a year. Gallop, Mrs. Laura B.
) The plan offers up to $10,000 Renewing policies row will give S Harrison, Mrs. Julia M. John-
protection for each insured fam- policyholders continuous pro- 11 son, Mr. Joseph E. Kurtright,
tection until July 25,1968. Those i Mrs. Margaret O. _McCall, Mr. ,
employees who enroll for the first Joseph A. McMannsMr. WalterL.
HtH MOM Loktratsftts time will have complete coverage Rambo, Mr. William M.Ross,
effective August 8. There Is a Y" _
w Mrs.:Alice, Stamps. ,'Mrs, lona I
If? two-week waiting period after Thompsbnr": and Mr.,' Ben H."'* '
i the date of issue for new policies.The Usry. )

near Keystone Heights polio insurance plan pays On June 30, HA TTC's ExecutiveOOTcer/ Cc/r. J. G. Ballou, led ********
LARGE LOTS regardless of hospitalization or seven chiefs In the oath that made them warrant officers. The AO School Honorman: AA R.
} .. Private Beach for Owners medical now expense own. plans However employeesmay those men are pictured/ Bottom row, (I r), AECS Phillip R. Burcham Reinoehl, 06.00; Honor. Class:
721A 84.29.
y who have coverage under the AOC Charles E. Little, and AEC Eric G. Silberburg. Top row, I
AE Honorman AEAN WilliamE.
I Swimming RELAXING Flshing-Boating Federal Employees Health Pro- (I r) AEC Thomas A. Yarbrough, AEC Grady W.> Turn- Clark, 94.52:; Honor Class:
gram will be subject to the"doublecoverage" bow, AEC John L. Wiggins, and AVCM Jerrold B. Wilson. 706.
Payments 12.50 to 30.00 provisions
per month the plan which they selected.
For 36 Mos. No Interest Double coverage will not reduce NAS TtkphoNe OperatorsThe Win Praise'

Brochure upon Request the $10,000 protection this plan -

PHONE.388-9085! ANYTIME gives air station's chief telephone Spain, Italy, Barbados Panama, mundane, daily routine, but that
operation, Mrs. Edith and Guiana. they are 'sincerely motivated to
Brooks, received a letter of ap- "NAS" operators have worked assist the squadrons in every
----------- .
preciation Monday from the com- continuously for two hour periodsin way."
COMPLETE 12 POINT/ manding officer of Heavy Photographic order to get through to
C Squadron 62 ( VAP 62). Guam and have frequently trans- The letter of endorsement to
BRAKE JOB in Written by" Cdr. H. F. Bryantthe ferred important calls to Mrs. Brooks, signed by Captain
iiy letter lauded Mrs.Brooks and squadrons officers' homes after Graves stated, "The manner In
other operators,for their support .working hours." which )'rot and other op-
1 1 NEW BRAKE LINING of VAP 62.Presenting. The letter further stated, "In erators perform your duties ser-
all cases, the service has been ves to reflect the highest type of
the letter to the pleasant and courteous. Onegains credit to the public works de-
2. REBUILD WHEEL CYLINDERS chief operator was Capt. L. W. the impression that the partment. I congratulate you and
Graves, public works officer.In operators at NAS Jacksonvilleare your operators for this superior

3: TURN ALL 4 DRUMS t I the letter, CommanderBryant not simply performing a performance."

4. REPACK FRONT WHEEL BEARINGS operated stated in, "This all sixj sq"ijadron major con has Depeideat.. Stu...its Cn I Fly Military AirliftAbout

T JX tinents of the world past year. Calls for an opera- their parents overseas may advantage of this
5. ADD BRAKE FLUID privilege each
CompareThis tional have been .
necessity madeto fly on available military aircraft. year -- either at Christmas or
such places as Bangkok,Guam, The students authorized
are one during the summer vacation
6. CHECK CREASE SEALS Price! Japan, Hawaii, London, Iceland of these trips annually. months. Most of them leave from

-----.---- Travis AFB in California
1 7, PRECISION GRIND LININGS. McGuire AFB, New Jersery.or
$ The students board behind emergency -
8.i. INSPECT MASTER CYLINDER I It travelers but ahead of
Y'ISITiiA'L.AUDE passengers on'ordinary leave.
9. ADJUST BRAKE CABLE I495AU Long waits usually can be anti-

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I Movies I ,: t: Club Schedules

MOVIES will be shown reg- HAS JA'X _

ularly At' the NAS Jax Theatre "0" CLUB: Today is the Beefeaters' Buffet featured from 6 to" .;.;.;.;.x.....;.:.... ,....;.c.;;.; .......; .....y,...................".. ............' 4"..
at 6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru 10 p.m. Dine and dance to the music of Charlie Jay.tomorrow night
Saturday. There will also, be a from 8:30 go 11:30 p.m. Johnny Jelinek will play for your dancing
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays, pleasure Saturday evening from 8:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Tuesday is Ads should be "mailed U the Holt Publishing Company" ,
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital Foreign Dish Night Russian Style featured from 6 to 10 p.m. 1950 Blending' Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida 32210. fo arrive'
Theatre will have one weekly Family Night on the Patio with Fried Chicken as the dinner special not latet than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs.
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field begins Wednesday at 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. day. Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
will have two shows during the CPO CLUB: All pizzas are going for $.75 today. The musical the / Ma if'ing week unless the publisher' Instructed other-
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- wise.' A check or "money order for the full cost of the ad "must
entertainment Western Style will be provided by Henry Ford.
be received' WITH the copy for the ad
inees will be shown on week- The Seafood Special for $1.25 is featured tomorrow, and the music
ends at 2 and 5 p.m. will be by the Johnny Arnold "4". Savour a 10 ,oz. sirloin for $1.65 DO NOT SEND CASH

THURSDAY. July 13 will and find dance you to enjoying the music the of sounds Mark Castle of the Bud on Saturday Clark Combo.evening.Tuesday's Sunday RATE: Minimum charge ((3 linet). . 'I. . .$2.00

NAS: "LADY L": with Sophia dinner special is the half pound rib-eye for $1.35. Fried Chicken Per additional line ((4 words per line;. .. . 0.50
Loren and Paul Newman. for $.95 is the special for Wednesday.
((115 Min.) BLUEJACKETS INN: Today the Redcoats will entertain. Phil Cay ---- ----
HOSPITAL: "TOBRUK": with and the Chattels will appear on Friday. Saturday afternoon featuresthe
Rock Hudson. ((118 Min.) Sixteens with the Formations taking over spotlight that evening. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE SINGERDIAL
C. FIELD: "MONDO BALARA- Swing with the Sixteens again on Sunday afternoon and completeyour Houses & Apts. Equity VA & DIALO
DO": Narrated byBorisKarloff.Color dancing day with the Muskateers that evening. Monday will FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
Documentary. ((103 Min.) feature the Sixteens. Listen and dance to the music of the Sounds Call Powell or Mills. USN/Ret. MATIC
FRIDAY, July 14 Unlimited Wednesday evening. following game time.
ACEY DUECY CLUB: Tomorrow evening Mark Castle will Must place in your area,
NAS: "GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS": entertain. Saturday evening features March Wilson. Mark Castle A 1 shape, zig-zags makes
with Elvis Presley and Stella again takes the spotlight Sunday. The dinner special for this weekis GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES button holes, fancy designs sews "
Stevens. ((114 Min.) half-fired. chicken for $.75. The dessert special is creme pie. AKC registered. Wormed and on buttons appliques monograms -
HOSPITAL: "LADY L": with Shots. 264 4135. after 5:00. etc. Sold new for over
Sophia Loren and Paul Newman. HAS CECIL $300. MUST SACRIFICE. Just

((115 Min.) BEACON ,CLUB. "Game Night" tonight with the Strangers pay balance $63. or assume $8.
C. FIELD: "ROAD REBELS": entertaining and a T Bone steak dinner at $1.75. Friday night PAY DAY LOANS''' ..BARGAINSon monthly payments. Will take
with Bernie Ross. ((97 Min.) it's the Formations making the scene and Saturday night the Sounds unredeemed merchandise.Air' older machine in trade. Call
Unlimited will swing. Sunday night it's Phil Cay and the Go Go Girls Base Pawn 6463 Credit Manager. Ph. 353.1946
SATURDAY July I 15 Shop Roosevelt
Anytime. Will deliver, No obli
and Monday night features the Twigs. Tuesday and Wednesday the
Open 10 a.m. to 8 Phone
Deadbeats and Mel Gadden will appear respectively.
384 4066.
': with Horst Buccholzand CPO Club. A lobster dinner will be offered Friday night for $2135: A-l SEWING MACHINE CO.
Anthony Quinn. (108 Min.) with the Blue Tones entertaining. Saturday night a lobster dinner BRAND NEW ZIGZAG "ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
HOSPITAL with: "GIRLS.Elvis GIRLS.GIRLS" and, will be served again and the Tunesters will provide music. On Sun- Domestic sewing ma. out of lay- Needed. Bachelors degree re -
Stella Stevens.: ((114 Min.Presley) day a Swiss Steak special will be sold for 95tf. Wednesday is a game a-way. Buttonholes fancy designs ,quired. At least $5000 Convenient -
I ctht. ,, etc. Bal. $26.50 cash or to NAS and Cecil Field.
C. FIELD: "TOBRUK": with ORF. Luncheon Is served from 11 1 "
Min. daily a.m. to p.m. Monday trms. Call Mr. Philemon 264 6191.,
Rock Hudson. (118( ) thru Friday. A Happy Hour will be held each Friday from 4 to 6 RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER
SUNDAY, July-76 p.m. with an A La Cane dinner served until 9 p.m. 6437 Wilson Blvd. 771-9106
HOSPITAL: "MARCOTHEMiAGNIFICENT" 'USO CLUB: Come to the Platter Party and dance to your favorite at Jammes Road 3B.R, 2B, A/C." -story bungalow
: with Horst Bucc- recording artists' hits. Friday evening. Saturday is "Boy Meets with gar. 1 blk Onega el in."
holtz and Anthony Quinn. Girl Nite", with the Junior Volunteers in attendance from 8 to school. 4037 Baltic. $100 mo.
(108 Min.) 11 p.m. Free, coffee. and donuts will be served at the club very and pay ready cash' I need Call CH-6-7775.:
C. FIELD: "LADY L": with Sunday. good clean cars 63 and up!
Sophia Loren and Paul Newman. Call JOE DIONNE, 398-1631 or
((115 Min.) 7245772. FURNISHED APT.-LAKE SHORE
Small clean Ig. yard no pets.
J.U. Display MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE "REAL ESTATE: We will help Utilities. furn. 389-4275 '"
you Buy, Sell or Invest. Y
lkally'rhsts Bowen Real EstateRealtorUSN .
-r All Rank '. All Aes: '
Retired 384-1376 FOR RENT: MAPLE SINGLE
J A collection of prints by Robert tOW RATES Bed, faom mattress and box
C. Skelley, assistant professor' SINGER IN 4DR DESK springs. Excellent''' condition.
in design at the University of Like new makes buttonholes, $50.00 781-5545
Florida is now on display in EASY MONTHLY sews on buttons fancy designs. '"'-
the art gallery of the Phillips satin stitches., Bal. $43 or $5 LAKE COTTAGE FOR RENT.
Music and Fine Arts Buildingat PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S mo. Free home trial. Keystone Heights, Private beach
Jacksonville University. RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER & dock sleeps 8, after 5 call.
Included in the exhibit are 6437 Wilson Blvd. 771 ,- 9106at 398.6737 or 359-1436.
head, figure and still life studies Jammes Road.
ranging in size from few inchesto NEW CHAIR: CASTRO CON-
two square feet. Approximately I WILL DRIVE YOUR CAR TO vertible with iron Ironl board,
half of the collection of INSURANCE AGENCY the west coast. Leaving around & hairdryer in back. Must
62 prints are In color. Aug. 1st. Contact Daniel Russellat sacrifice. 389-5433. '
The Skelley prints will remainon
ext. 485 Cecil Field.
display through Aug. 15 and 447f Rtmwrt IM. 311-77 GERMAN SCHNAUZER PUPS
may be seen weekdays from 8:30 Champion stock A K C reg.
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. All but one of Cell U. Anytime FOR RENT 2 BR HOUSE wormed and shots. 389-5433.
the works are for sale. unfurn., Kit. equip. Modern.

Skelley joined the faculty of ..... .. . .. $80 mo.3556639.4717 Irvington.FOR .
the University of Florida In 1962 i. FURN. HOUSE FOR RENT
where he teaches courses In INDIVIDUALIZED GIFTS Cedar Hills 3BR 2B. dose
lettering, typography color design ONLY A CREDIT UNION that only you can give. We'll to Shopping Center, Schools and
layout and advanced design help you carry out your own Bus. Call 3551941HOU
projects. He received his masterof PAYS AN ideas, for your particular ideasof
fine arts degree from Indiana ceramics. E FOR RENT-FURNISHED
University In 1965. Classes 50# every Tuesday Immed.Occupancy.caUDavid'Son
Skelley's major area of Interest 1< night. Come join the fun. 7121, EV41271.
is woodcuts. He has studied Tteet eatd Shindler Drive. Ph. 771-7036..
with many well known printmakers SALE OR RENT-ORTEGA HILLS
painters and designers GIANT SWAP MEET ,3BR, 1 1/2 B, built-in R &' O.
including printmaker Arthur De- Fla. Rm with fireplace. 2 A/C
chaies.Liytttt. O NOT ".cau.. you YOUR OWN GARAGE SALE
Blanding Drive In Theatre. Inc. 5005GreenwayD .384-7996

Prtrmi wr .v.r-charc.d- Every Sun Sat.1 P.M.7 A.M.. 6 -P.M.6 P.M.

Buy Sell or Trade RIDE WANTED 0715 1600

Nttds Ythmtttrs O 1UT.... because, YOU asa 768 For- 7058 Information or 76R'-Calf-4793 Arlington To NATTC.Expry.85117248368.& Univ. Blvd.

The requested local Navy volunteers Relief Societyhas for its m."'Iter ere an .wn.r, ----...--------..-....-..--.--.-.......--------.....--...-..---.__..NNINNI --

layette program.The I and members share in
response of volunteers to WELCOME ABOARD!

calls for assistance has thus eur ._III.. .. 'l
far been good but many more Meviai li, NUvlii' Oat

volunteers are needed. f ALL THE MOlE REASON TO SEE
They are requesting that enlisted FOR PERSONALIZED SERVICE

some time and officer toward wives the project.donate YOUR CREDIT UNION FIRST In Buying & Selling Your Home

scheduled The four from- hour 10 project a.m. until Is !! J. JIfawy Fedeia4 MRS. JEAN ANDERSON WM, E. "DUB" CLARK
2 Wednesday at the Gator ; 9477 8 Associate
Evenings 384 7302 Bus. 359.9471Evenings
Im, U. S. Naval Hospital.Mrs. I 398 8259
Simonsen asked ladies 4 C46Zvr4wfl6w -
sewing mac-
who have portable
hines to bring them along. She JAX HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDC. 26 1817 Atlantic: Blvd. Realtors Jacksonville. Fla. ''3220,1 ,

also suggested that ladies bring TV. 384-j>J or TSP/ 1-32 1 lor ...._..................___ MNNNNNNNmNNNNNaMN._.._JJ "'._..... .
sandwiches. Coffee and cookies Bo$9 Ext. 8507 Base Ext.205

will For be further served. Information con- Hour: Mon-Fr/ 9:30-4:30 Hours: Mon-Fr/ 8:30-3:00 'LI- WANT ADS WILL/ SELL FOR YOU I.July I.

tact Mr. Simonsen 771 3691. .... .. . . .

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.t Page 10 __ JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER July 13, 1967 IIntramural

r CF Forms 1M


1 Softball Volleyball League

r The Athletic Department an-
Hellrazors// 1- Marines 5 of
nounced today the forming an

The Hellrazors of 174 gained Intramural Volleyball League at
Cecil Field. Eight teams are now
I a 7 to 5 victory over the Marine
I Barracks last Thursday night. in the starting line-up for the
: \ The Marines, down 5-0 )In the July 10th beginning of the league.
: bottom of the sixth, scored four P t
h runs as Coffey failed to find the H11L_ \ The teams that make up the
t plate. Walker replaced Coffeyon ti : starting squads are: VF-62;
the mound and brought the Hornets, VA-44; Hellrazors,
Inning to a close.In t R /r y bi1IwHvM.Ifw VA-174, Weapons, #1; Weapons,
the bottom of the seventh a rJ #2j: Line Snakes, VA-86; Blue
Hilgert had a Texas League Bolts, VA-172; and the Marine
, double to right field and Stone Barracks.The .
singled, driving in the tying run. '
\, Walker struck out the next batter Intramural Volleyball
ending the inning and forcing the Tkii i-- League will be a single Round
game to go into extra innings. Robin type league with the United
I Walker led off the top of the States Volleyball Rules governing
eighth with a walk and Coffey Rear Admiral/ V. G. Lambert and Captain U. L. Frtwell are shown here preparing to tee off play, except that the time limit
tripled to right driving in Walker. for 18 at the Cecil Field/ Golf Course. Rear Admiral Lambert Is the Commander of Carrier Division of eight, minutes shall not apply.

MED/VA87-6 VA 44.2 6 at Mayport Naval Station. .
Rear Admiral Lambert's Coifing partner Is Mr. Jerry Braun of the Manor Club, Rockville, All the matches in this Intramural -
League will be played at
VA-44 and MED/VA-81 had a Pennsylvania.
pitching duel at" Circle North Captain Fretwell's Coifing partner Is Mr. Fred/ Garst, of. Washington, 0. C. Mr. Garst fromthe the scheduled station day.BY gym. at 1200 on the
""" last week. Don Bowers was the NAV AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND.

winning loser. pitcher-and Burton the for AMD/ADMIN, with the aid ofa Weir Scores Act
5 runs in the bottom of the sixthto home run by Shortstop Petty, ROD AND GUN I IJme
from behind and win managed to take the lead in the :
'6-2.come This makes five straight fourth inning, 6-5. A VA-81's hole in"one 0" by team Lt.highlightedthe Bob Weirof Dave Jus/ew/cz/ / Sports Editor

t wins for MED/VA-81.- In the top half of the eight Cecil Field Intramural Golf is the best month of the head or else slipping -out and
( Kimbal singled, and Petty followed Tourney this week. Lt. Weir
., 8-WEAPONS year' for bass fishing with a gouging the reel plate. I
with his second homer of used a three iron to the 150 light fly rod. The adult sli Thanks to Bob Fraser of Co-
Weapons jumped Into a quick the night to put AMD/ADMIN out yard, #15, par three, elevated these "
5-0 first lead. have moved into the shallows to hassett Mass., for "tips.
inning 86. Bob had witnessesto
front green. seven
spawn and take streamers and He says he knows something
the ace,his first. bugs readily. You can have; a better than nail polish for finishing -

I WANT ADS WILL/ SELL FOR YOU ,I IJEEPERSCREEPERS1 the VA-86 field,"A"now continues opening up to their head fish circus unharmed with them if you and bend return down all He fly uses heads clear and touch uPjoos.

AMD # close contender
lead. 1,a ,
the hook barb. sold in all hobby shops. It
dropped from third to sixth when .....**. dries fast and costs less than
VA-174 #2 team, beat 'them.
Use the anti reverse and nail polish.
VA 174 was playing one man let the drag do the work whena ........
? ? short this week. heavy fish takes the line froma Bob Kring, of Admin. says

OUR MONTHLY PEST CONTROL SERVICE spinning reel. Recover line only that dragging brace streamer
Team Won Lost Tied when the fish stops or moves flies behind a boat is the best
CLEANS THEM OUT KEEPS THEM OUT! VA-86 "A" .12 0 0 towards you. Turning the crank way he knows how to catch land-
VA-443 10 2 1 while the line is coming off the locked salmon, and often lakers
MILITARY PERSONNEL SPECIAL $' VA-442 8 2 1 spool does no good, and can puta and trout as well, -after- the ice
VA-441 8. 3 0 twist in the line. leaves some of the northern
GOO VA-174 1 10 "4 1 ........ lakes. The favorite combinationfor
CALLMM Kv AMD #1',,\ :; ; 8." I ,31 2. Does the moon really affect this fishing is a large smelt-
',BILL : VFP-62 7. 4 0 fishing? Some' say fish feed like tail fly, such as Grey Ghost I
53'WJMW; OPS 7' 5 1 more on bright moonlight nights or a Nine Three, with a smal-
) 389-5561 MARINES 7 6 0 because they can see better, and ler chub like Edson DarkTiger -
ADMIN 5 5 0 aren't hungry the next day.Others on the dropper. Thanks to Bob
.. VA-721 5, 5 ,0 claim that they have their best for that "tip".
CVW-4 4 4 3 daytime luck when the moon is
f VA-174 5 6 3 full. If the moon is a factor, Does anyone know anything about -
AMD #H2 6 7 0 it's not the only one. the South's most interesting
; A-B6 "B" 5 7 7 0 and controversial creature the
THIS IS WHERE VA-174 4 7 1VA1741 You can take a reel apart Catfish. If you have any com
4 7 1 for cleaning, oiling, and repair- ments, suggestions, or helpful
Medical 4 7 0 ing much easier if you" use a hints, on the Catfish or anythingto
;\ 'WE FLY VA-172 2 5 0 small jeweler's screwdriver.The do with fishing and hunting,
VA-45 1 9 1 blade will fit snugly into drop us a card at:' Sports Edi-
/ upply 0 12 1 the tiny slots and reduce the tor, THE AFTERBURNER, Box

\ \ .. ........J., Miilp72 #2 0 11 0 chance of damaging the screw Ill NAS, Cecil Field, Florida,
.'-.' : LessonsDue
_1 .. : UMMER TIME Is the BEST Swimming
to the change in the hoursof

r :;rt + TIME for AUTO PAINTING ming operation pools, it of has the become station necessary swim--

I j to advance the time for be-
,l't 1.\\t. ; SUMMER SPECIAL..OO 9S ginningswimming class. Classes
; now, will be held from 1000 to
-k STANDARD QUALITY. 49.95 1100 Wednesdays and Fridays.NEED .

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f .

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Whistling 'nThe Rigging i. ':

By S. Herlng : :
4 _

With some shivering timbers Old Salty has relinquished the helm cond! session of the Junior Sailing -
of this column and we have taken the tiller, hoping to be able to pick .'Program beginning Monday
his brains from time to time as he pursues his recreation and avocation and lasting through August.,
at a ,local_boat yard. Fair wind&,and following seas, Phil. climax a 'by another first rate
The opening of the summer Glisson, Bill Harkins,Patsy Patterson junior Regatta August 5. Try
racing series',at FTC on July and Mark Johnson the to turn out for this one if you
2 was rather inauspicious, partly youthful sailors skippered their missed the last one -- the interest -
because of continuing main craft around the racing course is running, very high.A .
tenance, and repair to all fleets with equal quantities of det- word again to adults wishingto
after the strenuous winter ermination and optimism and learn the fundamentals of sailing -
r spring series, and partly sheer newly acquired sailing skill. It .. stop by the clubhouse and .
heat exhaustion after their hosting was quite a sight and most heartwarming fill out an application for mem-
the final SAORC yacht ,race, for all us old hands. bership. Classes for prospective
carried off the previous day The Club's sponsor,Captain members will be held 3:30 to
somehow, in spite of little to no Simonsen was among the cheer- 6:30 P.M. Monday through Fri-
wind. ing crowd and Capt. Martin J. day and all day Wednesdays
As you may know, this race, Stack was aboard to present during this same perod. This
originally scheduled as anocean certificates and trophies. Winning applies to crews, as well as

VP 30's first place finish In the Intramural' golf tournament race between Savannah and skippers were: Rhodes Ban- skippers.The ..
Charleston, was moved inlandto tam Bill Rousch; Gannet Dan next Trl Club races,
gave the squadron 7000 points/ In this period's/ Ironman Trophy the St. John's ( betweenJack- Hopkins; Beetle Michael: Hooper held at the, FYC, will be on
competition./ In order to cop the award, the squadron's softball sonville and Green Cove Springs) ; Pram Kim Kafka., The this Sunday and the following "
team will have to finish/ either first or second In tournament at the request of the SAORC. graduate sailors will advance one but there is plenty of acti-
play. Golfers, (I r) ore, 0.. Phillips, H. Hollweg, D. LIs- Probably the only noteworthy i- their sailing status in a post vity at the NJSC in between
ka, S. Bascom and J. Adam. Absent were B. Knapp, D. Bradt tem of the race was 'that Dan ,graduate course during the se- these dates to keep busy.
and G. Thompson. Labry, one, of two Jax skippersin
the fleet, won hands down
IM Squads Vie For with "Lively Lady",thereby kIng WE
the SAORC trophy for this DON'TQlfer I
season. The casual observer in
Top Sports Trophy NJSC boats noted most of this
fleet at odds with an ebbing tide The Moon
Competition of intramural Hospital 1575 points. off the air station runwayswhile
softball playoffs will mark the Picked up 400 in swimming and "Avanti" edged relentlessly up-
end of the sport'for this season. 350 in bowling. river, powered by private,cats-
But perhaps more Importantly, The Marine Barracks -
paws and the skill of Skipper WE WON'TQHer
the standings of the top four June 20 track and field meet Lovett,'who finished second with
teams are, sure to have direct team win gave them, .500 pointsof corrected time.
bearing on competition for the their 1175. At the monthly meeting of the
Ironman Trophy, a division's Aircraft Maintenance is NJSC, on July 5, a new slate Luxury
symbol of ultimate accomplishment currently riding along in sixth of officers"was elected to serve
in intramural sports. place with 1100 points all but ,
for the next six months: Com-
Two squadrons are within 100 of the tally coming from a WE
modore: Chan Bering;Vice Com- DON'TInsult
striking range of the big plaque first in bowling. modore : Roger Scott; Rear
which covers six separate sports The 679th Air Force's second Commodore: Al Johnson;',Sec It I
for a ,six month period,January place' finish in bowling gave them retary Treasurer: I Sally Your IntelligenceVIKB ,"
through June 31. 750 points.- They -have a total Hering; First Lieutenant: Bruce Pfi
Athough VP-30 has 2150 points of 950. Alligood, Sailing Master:Lou Ca-' : ".:,
by virtue of a first in golf, Competition for the emble- ron, Historian; Bill elly'Soclal J
\ : : ; SOIJMH iI
((1000 points) and'a second in 'matic award this period has seen Chairman: Paul Overton. Plans ; .w
I basketball, ((750'points) for their 60 'teams battling one another are already underway for'the se* \
most noteworthy showings,VW-. ,in bowling, 29 teams teeing off in
oond annual Navy Day Regatta,
,and its 1800 points is still in the golf, 19 basketball teams squar- hosted by the NJSC, to take placeon I Wonder Why?
running. Frank McCaffery rec- ing off,, a track and field meet, Sunday October 29 Make a
reation director says that VP-30 a swimming meet and now the note of that now, but you will -
will have tohave afjrstor second.loftb'aU top four survivors in each hear much more about it later. JBELL..A.IR:: :: ,
to insure its name 'on division of two 10 team softball 'The first session of the

the trophy. finish leagues where.may well decide who will summer's Junior Sailing Pro- :HOUZ: B"t.7JLDERS.: :I3STCYM : ,
last the
won trophy a
gram came to a brisk climax .
year ago for the same January- P ssu ? Saturday with the Club's first ere confIeIt1ltwft1d to Imptct our home at your convtnfenc
June period. The squadron's 10 A.M. to Dtrk. Travel....i on Btondinf Boiittvird (Hwy. nl)
Junior Regatta. Underthe able
1550 points was good for fourth -tA-WI! direction of Roger Scott, the
in the July December period enlightened supervision of Sean j '.$. wE'RE BUIIDHU MOlE |
however; NARTU took first Devereux, and the enthusiastic ,,'
place honors with 3000 points, teaching of Kathy Griffith, Jim
VW-4's biggest slice of the .
cake so far ''was the 1000 points
awarded for a first'in IMbasket- :E&ed. '",
ball.Other arTria' ,:
'.divisions and units ((33
have fielded teams in at least
one sport this period) and point
totals include:
NARTU with a 1625 total,
750 of the points coming by,
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v, aR Over 150 dependent children,,
[ : many of them non-swimmers 3
weeks ago will officially "grad- CHevrolet&BLANDING
ft., C a uate" tomorrow at 10 a.m. in
t f an abbreviated ceremony at the
NAS indoor pool.
: The instructional sessions for
:. novices began on June 19 as
part of the base summer rec-
reation program.
Many of the swimmers will
.x iI be qualified, to ,advance into the ,
' S ,
: I 3N at intermediate phase of water instruction
\ which gets underway
I tomorrow also..
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children wanting to learn
,. CHUCK STEVENSON,. lecturer for Mon i way Safety Program has competed nine 'times at Indianapolis PHONE SPM341orSP1'6$01
.' and appeared ready to race In a publicity picture taken priorto sessions are tentatively scheduled
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,swimming instructors, extension
Lake City -- A total of 190 fishermen arrested by wildlife officers 481. VACATION SPECIALS!
of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission for lacking valid Jax Filers Faked
; fishing licenses top the list of a five month's arrest report:of the

r j' announced.Second District, Major Robert Brantly, regional manager, has By Cancellations SAVE UP TO $400.00

Thirty! ,-seven others were charged with the more serious offense of 'The Jax Navy Flier softball IELOW ILUE BOOK PRICE .
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