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August 10, 1967


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Navy Relief Gets $26,640: Check


o- Q f r lit Following Annual FundCampaign

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"y. Tl;,0. "". R, A check for $26,640 was presented iety.This scholarships to 650 Navy and: ]f
...... <, to the Navy Relief Soc- year's drive was conducted Marine dependents at the' cost 1\
iety Friday morning by RAdm.H. on a voluntary basis with no of $750,000. {
H. Caldwell,commander Fleet fixed goals or dollar ceilings. Attending the check-presenta- t/
,'.. ," ,\ Air Jacksonville.The Its sole purpose was to providean tion ceremony were Capt. R. L. { '
"J d : money came from 27 Navy opportunity to navymen and Watson, campaign chairman} j
r :... and Marine Corps commands and members of the local communityto Cdr. G. J. Webb, treasurer of )
Nn \ tR' ". civilian friends In the Jacksonville contribute to .the society's the Jacksonville Auxiliary and /
t t ''j Sanford and Glynco area. annual fund drive. Cdr. H. L. Donald Jr., irepre- -*
Accepting the check for the society Coupled with the fund campaignwas sented Capt. Martin J. :Mack }
.NAVY RELIEF CHECK -- Capt. S. E. Wright (ret), (left), was retired Navy Capt.S. a drive to make naval personnel vice president of the auxiliary.
Copt. R. L. Watson and RAdm. H. ,H. Caldwell discuss Navy E. Wright, executive -secretary more aware of the exis- Admiral Caldwell is presidentof
Relief Society programs following check presentation in the of the Jacksonville Auxiliary tence of the society and its mis- the Jacksonville Navy Relief
admiral's office. of the Navy Relief ,Soc- sion of meeting the needs of naval Society Auxiliary. I
personnel during times of em-

ergency.The money will be used to aug- Navy SetsEnlisted

JLXiA! : .i. Ei&i ville ment Auxiliary operations during of the the Jackson-com-

: I rr- ing year.In ,
u- 1966 loans for emergency .
-a !
purposes were extended to 905 r

... .... ... local and Marines fora
P.NI.IN1 Ik*MoM rvttt.MM C\IIIIpIQ.S" .MOI1ra.CplMoM M kr U>* ubU.I f*M IMTMI are UMtf em w4 w!H coo "n4 (licit 1 I c pnwl ......... ,.
y d..1..t.TIM M p..f.1p 11.Or..U..nt.IB tld..IUc.Uo.1o..ote..Wtm*M of**?duly.ap-- (Ik*, AUGUSTI0I961Navy total of nearly $71,000. Age
VOL. 25 NO. 20 a. u. S.-NAYA AIR STAT/ONIACKSONY/lLE/ FLORIDA' Additionally, 425'gratuities .

outright grants, totaling more The days of the 10-hash mark '
than $30,000 were given to Navy chief will come to an end under )
Seeks Vietnam Volunteers/ and Marine families In the local new rules established by t
area.. the Navy, f
The Navy Relief nurse for the The Bureau of Personnel has
The Navy's asking for another list of volunteers to fill Its manpower needs In Vietnam. A just- Jacksonville Auxiliary made published an instruction which
... distributed Bureau of Personnel notice Is soliciting enlisted volunteers for duty ashore or on non- 2,269 house calls during the year. outlines maximum age limit-
I rotated ships In the waters off Vietnam. The notice said that the Navy's commitment In the Southeast Worldwide, the society extended ations for the reenlistment, extension -
Asian countryhas risen from 400 advisory personnel to more than 25,000 engaged In support and offensive loans and gratuities for $3.75 of enlistment and agree-
operations during the past two years. The Navy outlined the following benefits for Its people serving In million.A ment to remain on active duty
Vietnam. 1. Preferential consideration for reassignment specified In current directives. 2. Hostile relatively new facet of Navy for enlisted personnel.
____ __
. fire pay for oath month u* park Relief operations Is In the area Under the new guidelines
thereof. States; and with approval of the (a) Volunteers preferred. (b) of scholarship aid. The two- listeds must complete 20 years.
3. Total ,exemption of all wages Secretary of the Navy, to Puerto Be at least 18 years old. (c) year-old program will extend of active duty by age 52 or 30 J
from Income taxation. Rico, Alaska, Hawaii or any territory Have, or agree to extend to have, years bn or before their 63rd 4
J f 4. Field advancement. or possession of the United 16 months obligated service priorto AlliS.b.ari.1Ex.rcise birthday, except when a waiver
5. Award of the Vietnam Service States transfer from present duty. is granted by the Chief of Per- t
'i>!' Medal. Special Volunteers (d) Be in pay grade E-2 or above sonnel.
v 6. Award of the Re public of Viet- The bureau notice also asks for and have accured a minimum of Ilgiis The instruction breaks down
nam Campaign Medal with device. volunteers of the "highest qual- six months naval service. (e) Be time In service and age require i
. 7. Special nonchargeable' 30- ity" In pay grades E-6 and E7to physically qualified ((0 Be recommended Naval air reserve units from ments for retirement into categories .
day leave and transportation serve as captains on river pat- by commanding of- six installations will be con- and explains action to betaken J
to and from any place in the Free rol boats. The armed, high- ficer. ducting a massive anti sub- in each instance.
j" World upon agreement to extend speed shallow draft PBRs operate Volunteers in the following rat- marine warfare training opera- The categories and action are:
I Vietnam tour by six or more Independently, In the Mekong Ings are desired for duty as tion off the coast of- Florida until A. Personnel who cannot retire t
months. ,Delta.. These. boats Sand crews river patrol boat captains: 'Sunday. before age 52. Action : .
... ,. 8. ,Ten per.cen ,interesta( perform v island clearfjpftx operations -, 'BM. RD, QM; ST, .SM.< TM,'...'+- Dubbed.RESASWEX, ,- ReserveAffil ,: May;' not ',be reenlisted without
I figs deposits. popUlation resources GGMGGMMM; IAMCAB11; "submarine'Warfsre'Ex- the approval'of .the Chief ':d..
9. Free letter mailing and increased control and' ;river-based: offen- ABE, ABF. ercise. the training'bePn?Tuesday Naval Personnel. t ;
, customs privileges. sive raids and:J decoy operationswith E-6; personnel will be assigned ,morning and is under the control B. Those''atr"age-52 with more +
10. Transportation of dependents the river assault groupsof as boat captains and chiefs of Capt. C. D. Simonsen, than 16 years active' duty when
and household goods to any lo- the Vietnamese Navy. will 'serve as patrol, watch officers commanding officer. Naval Air enlistment ends. Action: May
cation in the continental United Volunteers In all grades or staff seamanship ad- Reserve Training Unit, Jack remain on active duty until retirement -
pay but 62,
not beyond
, I[News Briefs I except Vietnam E-l and are on sought nonrated for ships dutyIn visors.Commanding officers have sonville.Pilots and aircraft maintenance -- unless necessary to qualify age for '

from the following rates: been Instructed that only fully personnel are maintaininga retirement. Personnel will only ,.
Adm. Thomas M. Moorer sent qualified men be recommended rigid schedule to keep the be allowed to extend their act- f ,
the following message to all Navy ET, ETN, RM, YN, PC, PN, for the boat duty. Petty officers aircraft flying on station. ive duty obligation until they } <
commands after assuming duties the BPR should with dozen mil- become eligible for transferto ,
desiring duty Operating a
'.... as Chief of Naval Operations: SK, DK SH, JO, CYN, MR, familarlze themselves With the lion dollar P2V Neptune patrol the Fleet Reserve, ,r
"Today it Is my honor and privilege EM EN, DC, DT, HM, SD. notice which outlines qualifications. aircraft, the 150 crewmemberswill : C. Personnel not 62, but : <
j to succeed a distinguished To be eligible for duty In Viet! have logged 10,000 man hours who need to acquire more obligated 'J <
naval officer the Chief of Na- nam, all personnel must meet service retire 30
,:\ as New Forms by .the time the six day exercise to on f
val Operations. During 'd past following "qualifications according Personnel requesting Vietnam ends. ,years. Action: May not extend -
four Admiral David L. Mc- to the bureau notice: service' without
, years, duty or transfer are now required Crews are from NAS Glen- )
G,".. Donald has led the Navy to con- to submit requests through view, 111.; NAS Atlanta Ga.| approval or as outlined in cat- (
splcious success in meeting the DOD Plans military channels on Naval Per- NAS New Orleans: NARTU Mem egory D. .
challenges toward ensuring that sonnel form 1306/8. (Enlisted phis, Tenn.; and NARTU Wash-. D. Enlisteds 62 or older who i
the serve's future achievementswill : Transfer and Special Duty, Re- ington, D. C. in coordinationwith have 28 years service' upon expiration !r. II)
our country with equal Kin quest Worksheet). The new forms NARTU Jax and Fleet Air of ,present active duty
',;;- honor, and in,this endeavor your SurveyWashington are to be used for all transfer ,Wing 11 will contribute their agreement. Action: May stay on
'L loyalty and support will be my requests except for humanltar pan to the overall misslonof keep- active duty only until qualifying I
.7 greatest source of strength." (AFNB) Present ian reasons ai'' first term, incentive ing the crews truly "Ready Re- for retirement with 30 )''ears' f,
military dependents medicare reerill" nents. serves:' service. (
******** benefits "so
are comprehensive ,
:' ,Advancement examination according to Assis- I
r a E 3 will be given tomorrow at tant Secretary of Defense for (
:.: Bldg. 955. Tests takers must Manpower Thomas D. Morris, .
'. muster at 7:50: a.m. in the uniform that dependents' dental ,care t
$ of the day. I. D. cards would be the only remaining It 4
.: must be presented. health future r.
\ ........ care area" requiring }

Charles F. Baird has assumed consideration.Testifying before a special :i:7.: (,
duties as Under Secretary of subcommittee of the House Arm
, .. the Navy. He will also act as ed Services Committee, Secre- :
". Secretary of the Navy until a tary Morris said a represent- l"i
s,f.- successor to Paul H. Nitze takes ative survey will be conducted
office. of military personnel In all ser- ,
********** c--- :
" vices to determine availability ,1/
i. Assistant Defense Secretary and cost of similar dental ser- .
Paul R. Ignatius has been named vices for their families. : ,
,;; by President Johnson to become First priority Improved mil- ; i;:
.." Secretary of the Navy. Following itary compensation, the sec-
Congressional approval.Ignatius retary emphasized should be .- ; __j : t
will take the position left by Paul given to assuring that the regular -
r,'., H. Nitze who Is now Deputy Sec- Income of military fam- .
,:'" retary pf Defense. ilies is fully on a par with
: ********
: their civilian coworkers."We .
,1- The names of two commanders feel this parity principle
v aboard the air station have been should also apply to firnge bene-
.v: selected for promotion to cap- fits," Secretary forris added,
t:.!I- tam. "and that special fringe bene-
.a. 4 The two officers serving here fits should be provided in those /
'< ;' are W. D. Harkins, Naval Air cases where' the military fam- "
;'-.,1 Rework Facility an D. D. Far- ily is at a disadvantage in terms ON PATKOL-P2V Neptune wings Its way over Jacksonville enroute to exercise ana daring ;<
shing Jr.. Commander Fleet Air of availability and cost of den- six-day antisubmarine exercise being conducted by Hovel/ Air Reserve Units. The exercise ;

... Jacksonville staff. tal services." < ends Sunday.

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August 10, 1967


Editorial View Point I 1ROMAN I I e Services ? 1 t wI ,y k

BHHHMB aw i vvMM na v B I

For the Last Time St. Edward's CATHOLIC Chapel


and 11 a.m.DAILY "
For the past year, I have had the pleasure jo write editorialsfor MASS11:30a.m..

Jax Air News. As with all service personnel there comes a SATURDAY MASS 9:00 a.m.
time when we receive orders and are transferred to other stations.So CONFESSIONS Saturday .

it is with myself now.I 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.&7 -7:30 p.m.
would like to take this opportunity to say "Good bye" to all
the people that I have had occasion to meet here at WAS Sax
I would like to thank the many readers who have read my editorialsin U.S. Naval Hospital

the past, and hope that during these past months some of the wordsI
have written will be remembered. SUNDAY MASS8 Hurricane
There is in'the that or least seldom COURT MARTIAL
an adage Navy one never, at r
friends Hunters of \W\ hope to infect new life into this old
makes rather only acquaintances. Speaking for myself, I
would like to say that this is not entirely true. PROTESTANT Navy tradition. ADSC Jack D. Hornsby receives the mast from

During the past year, I have made many good and permanent Cdr. J. V. Lawrence, commanding olilcer,VW 4commending

friendships which shall last through the years to come. This more All Saints Chapel Hornsby for his outstanding performance of duty.
than any other reason serves as a point of indebtedness for NAS J ax.
As I hit my typewriter for the last time, I would like to say to all DIVINE SERVICE -10 a.m. and Honormen
who may read this column that you have a lot to be proud of here at SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m. BEQ Monthly

Jacksonville and in the Navy itself. Never be ashamed to say so or Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 ,
show CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m.

it.Guaranteed ReturnHow WEDNESDAYChoir Chapel Center. Bldg 751 Picked by- Selection BoardAt

Rehersal - 7 p.m. ceremonies in the com- of 72 hours together with recognition -

would you like to invest your' money in a plan that will guarantee THURSDAY manding officer's office SN including the displayof
a $10 return for every $100 you invest? Young Adult Group 7 p.m. Irvin E. Bryant has been namedas his picture in various loca-

No, the investment is not in stocks oil field gambles or a mining Christian Science Service the Bachelor Enlisted Honor- tions on the base.

venture. In fact, the investment is reserved strictly for you while p.m. man of the Month for June.In Bryant was alsopresented witha
you're serving overseas. SECOND MOND ;fch Month a letter to Bryant's parents certificate naming his achieve-

Chapel Women's Guild Capt. Martin J. Stack com- ments and accomplishments.
The Uniformed Services Savings Deposit Program pays 10 per cent .,
'- 930am. manding officer of the station, '1\'h\ ;(; } "\\1 1._
interest compounded quarterly on money you deposit during your : ',
;. :
overseas assignment.Any (Chapel Center) wrote of Bryant: "This unique ', \ ;"",.. .... T,,;'
award made .
and highly prized was
O Hlet 1'0 :,;: :
W i.t.
U.S. Naval on the basis of Irvin's personal "
m1if' Hospital
; \ COM HOME motivaton, attention to duty .
l"i "''H ., TO It .: and leadership and in setting the
:1 a.m.
f If. O% example of neatness and cleanliness -
;,f I'; .:.:\... C I 'RSE"" ...'., for his shipmates to fol-
m J ;;t- J' lSAv.. ,NGSjItJ ; ..;). low, which reflects much credit
/ "" .' },?4 upon himself and the United States
\$!' ,.........":-::t. >' ". > f"!. b1 1 Traffic naval service.

.4...?:';' jt .-d.. ., ,., ,. '. .-r 1:. For his achievement Bryantwas '
1"" ,-' 'i "f '' ",' : -,. "" .'1-" ....,!r" awarded a special liberty J'J'i
'- ,., ,; & ;:::$" ;. -
,., ; 20. .
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"I. : :
. ... ,.':A1r SI'J:.. -O' r-'t.fJs.. .J .. ', n.:;, ;:..21'f.. ..... ViolationsThe Legal Assistance Free "t .. '-'-
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..or; '. v,., e.J"- '-'' 1o i
To Military Personnel .:, .....;.J' ,' ,
member of the armed forces serving outside the 50 states, following is a report ot SEAMAN

the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Canal Zone, Guam or American motor vehicle accidents and traffic The Legal Department has announced Bryant is attached BRYANT to the.Administration .-
,Samoa can save any amount of his unallotted pay and allowances under violations for the period that it is the policy of Division of the sta-

"?.the program. This, includes basic pay, special pay proficiency' pay.4l August 17Number V the Department of the Navy to tion., oI< His specific duty is per'formed -

. .incentive pay, Family Separation. "Allowance' hostile* fire\pay. and of Accidents :.;, maintain, a4egal' assistancepfovgram at the station post ::6f-
v l
reenlistment bonus. \ ? This 10 to assist military personnel fice. His quarters are BartacksF.
Deposits can be made either in cash or by allotment in $5 i increments Total.Accidents this year through and their dependents.This .

and will continue to draw interest up to 90 days after you August 7, service is also extendedto JULY HONORMAN
return from overseas. Number of Accidents through retired personnel when and if
Although you won't normally be able to withdraw your depositsand August 1966 .243 workload of the office rend- In ceremonies held Tuesday,
Interest while you're still overseas, provisions have been Total number of days since ers such service feasible. AK1 Don Gaylon Leonard of the

made for emergency: withdrawals under special circumstances.Once last injury in a motor vehicle The service is given by law Weapons Depanment was namedas
you return to the United States, all deposits plus interest accident 12 specialists and includes assist- the NAS Serviceman of the

will be paid to you immediately upon your' request at either your Number of ViolationsThis ance concerning personal legal Month for July.

port of debarkation .or. .new duty station or upon separation from .' problems The staff is com- Petty Officer based Leonard's selection -
was on his "init-
active duty. \ .2 posed of naval officers admittedto
This is not only a great plan to help your' money work for you, Reckless Driving. . 0 practice before the highest iative loyalty and devotion to
those attributes
but it helps our as well. .0' of duty constantly
government i' Going through Stop Sign. court a state. for
searched in model
By putting your money in the Uniformed Services Savings Deposit Other 'Violations..34 The assistance is privilegedin a Navy

Program instead of spending 'it while you're' overseas you Thirty-one drivers appeared the legal sense and in an man.
help the Nation's economic strength by reducing the balance of before the Traffic HearingBoardat individual capacity. The Views Leonard's duties include the

payments expenditures and the resulting drainonour gold reserves. the meeting held on Tuesday. expressed by the lawyers are not requisition expenditure, disposition -
classification and stock-
For more information on this savings program see your personal Disposition of the cases included necessarily approved by or binding .
affairs or finance office. AFNB) the following: four lost driv- on the Department of the Navy. ing of training and service am-
munition. One of the
The Meaning of VirtueBY ing and parking privileges aboard Also available in the Legal Office lishment which helped to accomp-win this
for various six notaries render
station periods; are publicwho -
Leonard development
award for was his -
were assigned to complete a notary service. to eligible personnel and of
CDR.VINCENT MAHONEYOne eight hour course in remedial free of charge. implementation a
stock control such, thatat
of our Navy regulations requires that all persons in the driving at NATTC: three re The Legal Office is located in any given time system, complete and

naval service show in themselves a good example of--among ceived suspensions; 10 were room 135 of building one and leg- accurate details are available

other qualities--VIRTUE. What is this thing called virtue? Does liven warnings; three were al assistance and rotary services concerning types quantities,status -
dismissed .. 12 were find (U.S. will be rendered between the
any of us know of a naval person who was ever court-martialed ; and condition of all ordnance
specifically for a violation of this article? Commissioner); and four referred hours of 1 and 4 p.m., Mondays material held by the air station.In .

The dictionary defines the word simply as "general moral ex- to commanding officersfor through Fridays. a letter of nomination Leonard -
cellence." But a doe may be found, in its root derivation to its possible disciplinary action. Personnel will be seen on a was cited rot only for his
further meaning. It traces its origin to the Latin VIRTUS, which Thirty-one drivers were assessed "first come, first served"basls, accomplishments but also for his
means manliness. Now we can begin to see the relation to its 62 traffic points. with active duty personnel taking drive and enthusiasm which con-

next of kin-VERILTTY, derived from the same root, VIR, meaning preference from 1 to 2 p.m. tribute greatly to the morale. of

simply, "a man." his: division.The : .
Is not virtue then paramount to those qualities which we associate
with manliness' Are they not well known to us by such letter stated: "The out-
terms as courage, honesty, .dependability, and a host of other standing professional performance -
attributes? exemplary conduct, and interest -

It is virtue, really, which separates the men from the boys.It The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News displayed by Petty Officer '
Is not weighed by pounds or muscle; It Is rot measured by rough- paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Leonard have contributed to the

ness or toughness; it is not demonstrated by downgrading women Air Station Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Pub- efficient operation ofthisd part-
or browbeating men. ment ([i.e. weapons) and are in
lishing Company;! a private firm. All Copy submit- keeping with the highest trad-
Virtue is many things; it is a realization of one's weakness
while seeking to be strong; it is attention to one's duties even ted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwardedto itions of"the United States Naval

when they are dull; it is choosing the hard right over the easy the Public Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS Jackson- Service.
wrong; it is reasonableness; it is decisiveness; it is unbending be ville by 10:00 noon on Monday before publicationNews Leonard, his wife Lena and
fore principle, it tis yielding before logic; it is loyalty; it is work; Items are welcomed from all sources Tele their two sons reside at234 Wildwood -
it is pride. Lane, Orange Park.
phone 772 3118 or 3119.
As was said, virtue is many things. Probably, it is equallythe Advertisements are solicited by the publisherand For his accomplishment Leonard -
mark of a man to hold mast on himself occasionally, to see how was awarded a free tripto
queries concerning such should be directed to
he measures up, to know whether both God and shipmates alike can : St. Augustine sponsored by
lookat him and say: "There walks a real man." The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. the USO. He was also given.,
Jacksonville, Florida 32210 Telephone 388 2755 a $50 Savings Bond.
Also nominated for the monthly

VOL. 25 NO. 20 AUGUST 10, 1967 award were PN3 Harry Gene

IUJJQ Q Wlllro@ rn@lroID) ( Fields of the and Administration DP3 Ian Kinder Department -

Williams, of Data Processing.F .

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August 10, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3'

I Station SpotlightRed 6ND Limits; F"5 ,:,. ,'r 4"t 7"!,

55 : ,
Cross means Jennifer Loans may be made for em- : .. \
Jones In "Farewell to Arms"; ergency leaves, assistance to TufonAid; ; -
it means a donut wagon on the dependents, personals needsand
battlefield; it means little ladiesin assistance to stranded dependents. I,,,
gray uniforms. The Red Crossis Service to military familieshas The Sixth Naval District Head t.
all of these things, but perhaps been a part of the Red Cross quarters has announce that funds :
the most important functions since before World War I. It available for the Tuition Aid Pro- ,
are.rarely publicised. became obvious during that gram for fiscal 1968 will be lim .
A military Red Cross station period that military families "
means that personnel can get needed help from somewhere and ited.The limitation of funds, coup-
help in counciling, communications the Red Cross extended it's op led with the removal of the dollar < ti
and transportation. For example erations. It had gained experience limitation, and slackening of
one project that the Cecil during the Spanish American War accreditation requirements for '., 1
station undertook was to find a In the latter decade of the nine- the schools to allow wider part- )
sailor, address unknown, des- teenth century. icipation may result in refusalof ,
tination unknown. It took quitea When a non military disas- some requests. :
bit of maneuvering but the ter arises, Red Cross chapters .. Top priority for funds will go
sailor was located. join together to provide as- to personnel seeking< associate ,'I\t .
The Red Cross operates all sistance. In the recent plane degrees. Bachelor and Master ::: >
aver the world, from the slightly crash, in which the Secretary of degrees rank second and third Staff Sergeant Hiram R. Johnson was promoted to Gunnery Ser- :
damp sand of Jacksonville the Navy 'was killed, Red Crossset respectively.A geant in ceremonies at the Cecil Marine Barracks last week.He j 1 k
to the steaming jungles of Southeast up emergency quarters at the review of tuition'costs has eight years of active Marine Corps service. '
Asia. In emergencies, the site and dispensed food and coffee showed that expenses for junior GSgt. Johnson is a native of Butler, Alabama and his family now'
international organization can to the firemen and rescue colleges are in most cases con- lives In Plant City, Florida. He and hi wife Marie have two child- t'
contact> any station, any ship,and workers.The siderable lower than in four year. ren.
any other place where American operations of the organization schools. Captain Peter G. Duffy made the promotion presentation. f ,
servicemen are located. in flood areas well-
The stations function as go- known and emergency relief is ............... .....-.- .-.--.--.--.-.-.-.-.-..--.-.-.-.--..-.--..-.-.-..--..-.--.--.--.

betweens for a sailor and his provided for tornado and hurri- .
family, whether the problem' is cane victims as well. .. ..
monetary need or emergency Heading up the Cecil Field Red
leave. The Red Cross can usually Cross station is Miss Hannah
provide the answer when Hubbard, a veteran of almost i' School'sut '
someone asks "What next?" 25 years of Red Cross work.
Emergency funds are an important Mis Hubbard received her .
part of Red Cross Opera education at the New York Schoolof .
tion. Financial assistance is Social Work, a part of Colum-
available to servicemen their bia University, and has servedas
dependents to meet emergency Field Director for the South- E.
needs that arise from causes ern Command of South and Cen- .' 0 '
beyond their control. tral American, based in the Pan- .
Funds are available on a loan ama Canal Zone. She has also .
basis but interest is not charged. worked in Korea during the United .'
Repayment is usually made Nations occupation and has beenin '" .
by salary allotment in accord- Guam and, Australia.The ,""". .
ance with the serviceman's ability Cecil directors likes "the ...
If loan perfect organization. It's the "
to pay. payments ; -
will Increase the. hardship, a same all over the world and .
grant may be made instead of a everybody contributes to the .
loan. whole service. i .
f,,',, .
Navy OfficerA.dopts ". '. "' '.

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S.Viet War Orphan' ... .rn :'J.:;:,..,.... -.i't..t1...

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(Ed. Note: the following articleis On his days off he would go ,,ft." .1. ',:i..
reprinted from the Jackstaff to the orphanage, bringing her y'> .'
News, a publication of the U.S. presents, taking her for ridesin r .i'.. t
Naval Forces II. in, IV Corps. the city and playing games '\ ..
Vietnam.) with her and the other children.He .
It began in ,March, 1966 whenLt. wrote to his wife telling ..:.
Phillip J. Kennedy went to her of the child he had discov- .
the Centre de Nutrition a Cath- ered and sent countless pictures .. .
olicOrphanagelocated inthe cent- taken on their outings. Mrs. .' .
er of Saigon' Kennedy also became enthusiastic. -. ,
Lt. Kennedy 'had arrived in .. '. .I
r. : ..
Vietnam only,the month before. The, paperwork 'beg n. Docu- ;.' ,1. .' .
He had come from a tour of ments had to be written and translated ,:. '" -
duty as communications officerat close coordination had to ,' -
the Military Sea Transportation be kept with authorities in Viet -.
Service, Far East Office, nam and! the United States,letters .

in Yokohama,Japan. and! forms and research had to .. .. ., .. .
Lt. Kennedy and his wife had be completed. Lt. l Kennedy spent '. ..
two children-Virginia and Tim- every free moment with Bic Thuy .' /. ..- .
othy. But while they were In or trying. to get the red, tape .
Japan. they had adopted a little straightened out.
11-year-old Japanese girl named When his one-year tour In
Eiko. Vietnam ran 'out, he turned; to i'i'now is the time l
Now, upon receiving word that ,two old friends,,working with him : :
his next assignment would be In in Saigon for assistance, Lcdr.. .
Vietnam, the couple decided that Richard H. Dodge and Lcdr.William -
they wanted to adopt another girl. West, who continued the

After getting settled in his new work. to to Bellair i.I.
job as an advisor at the Viet The: adoption became officialin -1 move, : ,
namese.Navy Shipyard In Saigon, March 11967, plans were madeto
Lt. Kennedy went ,to the Catholic get. Bic Thyu to Hawaii, Lt. .
orphanage to begin his search and Kennedy's was granted>duty area.for her Permission to leave- .. .' .*> "beautiful: CLAY. COUNTY How's- the'tlmo'to begin' .enjoying' the e v
it came to an abrupt end.
'Vietnam and enter the United : better way of life In BELLAIR, the Properly Planned Community I ;:
Little six-year-old Bic Thuy States and visas and Innoculations
had lived at the Centre with were obtained. : Your children can walk to a modern, accredited, elementary school next tall, and :

nearly 100 other war-orphaned < When, passage was booked, 'all.' year found; you'll enjoy the convenience of a civic/ center, shopping center, d.i .
children for most of her life. Lcdr, West began to look for : ;>'; and church In'the.development/ .:' '
Her mother had died In child- i: someone to escort her on the : ',::.. '
birth and her father was killed r flight. He learned that several ..
by the Viet Cong. Theorphanagewas persons from U. S. Naval Audit :' Choose, .your home design (spacious or compact),, pick, your wooded lot, :
the only home she could> Service were returning to San. and'get these other nice.things like sidewalks, street lights, curbing, .
Diego and enlisted help.It .
and storm' FREEHAnd !! -
From the beginning it was hard had been more than a year gutters sewers y
for both her and Lt. Kennedy. since. that day in March. 1966, ; .
Bic Thuy couldn't speak a wordof when Lt. Kennedy and! Bic Thuy all this only minutes from.the Naval Air Stations! VA and, rJflA f terms, :
in the
had first met orphanagein
English was naturally
hesitant and shy. But Lt. Ken- Saigon. Bic Thuy was on her U'r.. too. While/ schools OUT, see BELLAIR. .and you'll move //N. j
nedy slowly and patiently) broke way to a new future and a new .
through to ther. family in HawaiI.IUJJQ .

d' ... --:_" ... You are cordially invited to inspect d
., ..... ...c-a.... our'homes 'at your convenience' 10;.
Wnlro@ ID@h1lID I ......... A.M. to Dar Travel South on .
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4 JAxllR: WSI FTERB RHER August 10, 1967 r

I Family Provides Four Sailors

RE Is another programwhich
s enlisted men to retrain in-
technical jobs.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Steib '
have two other sons in Navy x :: rl

Harry T. a fire
Iv technician second class
: : I :- crewmember of the nuclear- ,
guided missile submar
USS John Adams at Charl

S. C., and William H., A ykf
eight-year veteran, who Is
at Guantanarno Naval
Cuba. Bill is a Data V
Technician first f wI Y e ve

Both. brothers here are career
sailors and feel the data
school will give them
r.l training, both for their y
careers and after retire- .

STORY HOUR Miss lona M. Nelson holds story telling hour,
Bill became a data processing that "lost art", at Myrtle Avenue Branch of the Jacksonville I<
after changinghis rate Public Library.Once.
disbursing clerk.
THE STE/e/ FAMILY/ welcomed The Steibs stationed herealso ,
executive officer of WAS. They are ( ) keeping the family Navy h'.'
,Mr. and/ Mrs. John Steib, (center) and John is marred to Upon a Library f
DKSN Patricia Gaynor
A Mount Pleasant Mich.
cou- He Jim is engaged to YNSN By Tom Raker HATTC
ple is providing the Navy with -,. ,
Plucker. Once upon a time there was a places In the command, the library -
enough sailors to man a small The
here The four brothers also have little girl who loved books and! contains a little bit of everything

boat.The couple has four sons in Class younger sister who they say* stories. When she grew up she ; books to help naval f..
the Navy, two serving aboard thoughts about joining the went to school learn"to work students, reference books, magazines ,;1
the air station. under after high school.If with books and to tell stories records, poetry, picture
The '20-year-old she does, it might give herself. She was trained in lib- books and story books.
youngest Steibs a current record for rary science, which included the As colorful'' as ever and still
James A. Steib has just re-
the most brothers and sis now "lost ann of storytelling. physically small Miss Nelson '
enlisted six under theNavy's more
from one family serving in While a child in RaleighN.C., has an enormous sense of deci-
Selective Training and Navy. At. least it will give the girl's grandfather,of the British cation. She prefers her work to ;;
Retention Program (STAR) .
Navy- a record number of Navy, influenced her so that that of civilian libraries becauseit
rs who are data process for a long time she didn't know is a direct service to the young '"
technicians. which came first God or the men who defend her country. She I' \
Navy. Much later,. when the "believes In those young people ;
Conducts U. S. Navy asked her to help and what they are doing."
in its library system she naturally In spite of the accomplishments ,
m ool accepted.In with which she can be credited i,
Physicals 1945 she began working in Miss Nelson insists that it is not .
:J physicals for naval hospital libraries. She was important that she is here, but .:
always striking because she wore that "the things are here for
will be conducted
on colorful clothes that men."
19 between the hours the hospital white and ser- Miss Nelson still practices that
: and 9:30 a.m., for' child- vice uniforms. And she had bright "lost an", too. She does voK*.' tf'the
,under 13 years of age who orange gold hair. untary work for the Jacksonville
!.entering'' ,school in Florida Later she became district' libirarian ... Public.,Library; and, for,.
the 'first. "
time, pre school for the old 7th naval dis-i! more-than five years she has held
: grade) and those
E.plDl"H entering tirct. Then it was the 6th. Want- story hours at various branchesin
Examinations will be conducted ing to get back into personal con- the city. She prepared one'
the tact with people,especially young for August 4, at the Myrtle Ave-
Clinic the U.
; ; Naval Outpatient Hospital.Parents at people, she asked the Bureau of nue Branch. Primarily for the
-I Personnel for a small libraryof very young, the story can be en-
are requested to bring
urine specimen, immunization her own. In 1952 shewasgiven joyed by adults as well,particularly -
If the discontinued library at if the storyteller is accomplished -
( unavailable
; parents where should in her
:, NATTC, a place act. She must
requested to reconstruct
of approximate dates of a could live happily ever after. first memorize her material.
DIRECT COMMISSIONS -- Ens. //// ) shots) and thecomplete Miss lona M. Nelson organized Then she rehearses it and givesit
resident of Tampa and plant engineer / form. the NATTC library and action, much like an actor with
and Ens Eric J. Easterling This will be the last date that watched it "grow and shrink his role.A .
and grow and shrink" until it winsome woman with a
public accounts auditor for the / can obtained.
became what it is today. myriad of interests and capabilities -
ment, both participants In the'NARTU One of everyone's' favorite' Miss Nelson is an invaluable -

program for several years, received Available asset to the Navy

C. C. S/mons, CO NARTU, Jax.
Bureau of Naval Person- GIANT SWAP MEET '

NtUMNWMimmiMMIMNHHNMraiMIUnimilSOCIAL. .._aua_..... new Naval Training Bul- YOUR OWN GARAGE SALE
i has published a list of new Blanding Drive In Theatre
revised correspondence! Every Sat. 7 A.M. 6 P.M.
Sun 1 P.M. 6 P.M.
I courses are;Mathematics, Buy, Sell or Trade
I I, The Antisubmarine Of- For Information Call
Principles of Guided Mis- 76R 705fl or 768 4791
Needs fully trained female Aviation Boatswain's Mate

I Salary open. Liberal fringe 1 & C, Aviation Electronics
I to: 3 &2, Aviation Struc-
I .,'" Mechanic S 3 & 2 (Sup- NEED HELP. .
Box I C
I ), Equipment Operator 1
.. HOLT PUBLISHING C, Lithographer 1 & C, Mach- .11!
Accountant 3 &2, Machinery your
I 1950 Blanding 3 &2, Military Re-
Jacksonville, ). for PO 1 & C, Us- FINANCIALPLANNING
/WMf INIIININMNIgINNMMI1N11MgN11M.NINIrNII1NfNINpINNINp11NtNM/I. ..IM Technician 3 & 2, Optical- LEAVES -- JaxAlrNews staffer
1 & C, Personnel man 1 & Edward Sowa departed Jackson-
Photographer's Mate 3 &2, ville yesterday for Newport,R.I., ?
CAREER 1 & C. and Ship's where he will attend Officers
man 3 & 2.., Candidate School. Seaman Sowa
FOR QUALIFIED Personnel, may obtain courses had been an editorial writer and
ordering ,through the Educa reporter for the base newspaper
WITH DEMONSTRATED 'Services Office. since August 1966. @

'Queer. opportunities in line
staff or technical WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.

in the Home Office of a,major m BmamammaBauumm SEE REDDICK LYONS

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Starting salary for Bachelor's CONDITIONERS ,
l higher for Master's HEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Including

Also excellent opportunities in Group NEW ADDING/ MACHINES INSURANCE
For more Credit Terms
Freight Salvage Easy 1000
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. .; : 1 L 'Civil Service .News J II At/tJO/

:, Bigger Checks Due 52 WorkersThe -:

following Jacksonville C. Hendricks Supply Clerk, GS3 Estimator ( P. W. Mechanical
employees have been promoted ; Harry Brown Industrial Trac- Systems); Gloacchlna Polo Jr.,
In accordance with the station's tor Operator; Larry W. Parker, Electrician; Lewis M. Bowen BARGAIN LOT!
Merit Promotion Program: Electronics Mechanic. Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic. .

Naval Air Rework Facility Security Department Industrial Relations Depart

..... William H. Price, General Thomas C. Johnson Sr., Fire- Leah F. Hubbard, Position 64 SAAB, Like New. .$550
.. Engineer, GS-12; Jacob M. Diel, fighter (Structural), GS-4;; RoyS. Classification Specialist,GS11. 61 VOLKSWAGEN. .$375
Industrial Engineering TechnicIan Strausser Firefighter (Struc- 63 KARMAN GHIA.$875
; GS-9; Robert J. Coughlin, tural), GS-4; Roy E. Bryant Comptroller// Deportment R & II. 61 SIMCA 4 DOOR. .$190 .
Firefighter (Structural), GS-4;
(A/C Electronics
Inspector Sys-
Edward J. Javner, Firefighter Lena C. Young Accounting 63 CONSUL Extra Clean! $450 61 PLYMOUTH 9-PASS.J80
tems); Grace S. b Statistical GS 4 Marellen D. ,
Technician, ; Station Wagon
(Airfield), GS-4; DavidB.Roller.FirefighterGeneral ,
Clerk GS-4; William W. Sims, French, Accounts Maintenance 63 RENAULT.$425.
Inspector (A/C Airframes) ( ), GS-4; Del- 60 .
; Clerk. GS 4; Margin T. Wells ENGLISH FORD. $290
1 Arthur B. Caton Sr., Clerk Typ- ben L. Loudermill Supervisory Accounting Technician GS 4; 62 CHEVy IMPALA. '? ,$850 .
,j 1st, GS-3; George J. Handle Policeman, GS-10; Richard P. Milo H. Jones, Payroll Clerk Hard Top 60 CHEVY DOOR. .$125
'" General Foreman (A/C O&R) II Morphew Jr., Firefighter (Gen-
James R. Fore, Foreman (Lead-; eral), GS-4; Raymond B. 0' GS 4; Sammy E. Powell GS, Fin-11 62 FALCON . .$650 59 VAUXHALL . $190 j
ancial Analyst, -
Systems ;
Station Wagon Clean! I
Dwyer Jr.,Firefighter(General) Station Wagon.
ingman), A/C Painter; Guy D. Albert F. Gatlin Accounting

h j' Sams Electronics Mechanic, GS-4. Technician, GS 5. 62 RENAULT. .. .$290 58 VOLKSWAGEN. .$325
Earle T.Pierce,Production Controller Supply DepartmentErvin

I. GS-9; Rodney Powers, Naval Hospital 62 RAMBLER . .$475 58 SUNBEAM HARDTOP$290
I Production Controller (Electronics B. Boatright, Stockman Air,Conditioned. R & H, Xtra Nice?
), GS-9;Charles McMahan, Robert J. Kocak Stockman,Den- Wiley Slpio, Pantryman;JesseA.
r Supervisory Industrial Engineering nis W. Griffis Jr.,Leader Stock- Johnson, Pantryman. MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM
man; Winnie S. McQuaig, Supply
Technician, GS-13George
i'./1 I. Robinson, Supervisory Planner; Clerk GS-4; Olin O. Kidd Supply Navy Commissary Store WE CATER TO SERVICEMENWE
Clerk, GS-4; Wallace E. Smith
and Estimator; Edwin H.Holmes,
A/C Quality Control Specialist, Supervisory Supply Clerk, GS-3; Vivian P. Simmons, Meat BUY SELL FINANCE
GS-9; J. D. Gay, General Fore- Mary B. Godfrey, Supply Clerk, Packager Evelyn R. Dowdy, _
man A/C Electrician; Daniel E. GS-5; Sandra,R. Welch,Accounts Meat Packager.
Maintenance Clerk (Typing) ASTRO
Pack A/C Instrument Mechanic Com Fair/ Jax MOTORS
I (Electronics); Edward N. Oney GS4.Public
II' Electronics Mechanic; Thomas Works Department 6566 Normandy Blvd.
Betty M. Eggleston, Clerk -
R. Brown Jr., A/C Instrument
James E. Shiver. Planner Typist GS 3.
Mechanic (Electronics); Mildred 781-4978

i! $22 Million

..' Given to CFC

Federal employees and mill t
tarypersonnel contributed almost c
$22 million to charitable organization !-
t in the 101 cities which participated -
in last fall's Combined
Federal Campaigns a22 per cent
.increase! over,,tho: amount contributed )
by empldyees 'In the \ !

previous year's' campaign 'in i
these locations.
John W. Macy Jr., chairmanof if
the Civil Service Commis-
sion, who coordinates the fundraising 'f

of tive CFC Branch operation activities said has for: "Each the seen Execu-sign-year Leave, time? Pack up and

EYE CHECK Mrs. Paul Johns administers glaucoma test to ificant guns in both the numberof

Mary M. Gross during civilian eye testing program. Mrs. RuthC. cities participating to the and charitable in contributions go with an HFC TraveloanIf

Munden/ looks on.Civilian groups. Federal employees continue -
to be generous in their ,
voluntary response to the needsof you've got leave coming ,up. but you're
the persons served by the short of, money'. don't"worry.. See the
Eye Program charitable organizations." military loan officer at HFC right now for a .

Over 2.3 million federal helpful HFC Traveloan. Cover every cost- ;, j
personnel were covered by last including sports camera, and shopping "
Checks for GlaucomaFree fall's CFCs and about 81 per cent gear .
of the federal employees and money. Then, when you're back on base, t.

military personnel who were solIcited repay Household in monthly amounts your pay
glaucoma tests have been Other local agencies which assisted made a contribution. The can conveniently handle. f.
given to civilian employees at the Lions Glaucoma over all per capita gift was$9.51 Thousands of service people every year find f
NASin aneffort to combat this Screening Conimittee were local The 1967 Combined Federal
eye disease which Is the second, health departments and the Jacksonville Campaigns gave the local united Household a good place to go for money help. :
leading cause of blindness among Opthalmologlcal Society. funds over $16 million. You will, too. whether you've got,bills to pay
adults. Lasting two weeks the Glaucoma Is called the "sneak a car to buy. or any other need to meet.
testing program concluded yes thief of sight" because it can IWIrL.Itu m WHMimUnNIHHnNHNWUHHIIUmRETIRING For prompt, understanding money service,

terday.Of .' strike slowly and painlessly.In out It I ?? call on Household now. We're able and willing' .
the approximate 980 participants is determined cause one
two per cent were found of eight cases of blindness according to meet your need. ;
literature out by Put yourself in the Profit :' t
to have some traces of the disease to put I
according to Mrs.Ruth Minden the Florida society. Picture with an ultra 1
modern 30 Minute Coin -
NAS Industrial Nurse. Though it strikes hardest in _Q..
the above 35 op Laundry." Excellent return 24 II U 6 "" : !
age group many
Mrs. Paul Johns, a registered i Pay-a om.ta lIqh ores i
trainingin Jacksonville opthalmologists recommend compared to all otherfranchise
nurse SIOO 5.93 7.29 10.07 $18.48
that over programs
glaucoma detection adminis- every person 200 11.86 ,14.59 20.14 36.97
Choice locations! in new
tered the test which is quick and 21 be tested periodically for Centers. Mini: 300 17.79 21.88 30.21, 55.45 !
painless with the employee returning this disease. Shopping NO 28.97 35.85 '49.75 91.78 L
to his work. Glaucoma is caused by an Increase mum $5,000.00 invest- 60. 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 .
furnishedby in fluid pressure In th> ment. Dependable long A.ra ml 3 "
Secretarial help was .re nnnpwd % Mat tnINMtl".tl /
Re- front of the eyeball and the test lasting attractive equip- I tnotttkiy/ ...mti ixtttlimg$3OO .
the Civilian Employees
and 1% fit any Ttmaiti4tr. This ach Jade isbudiPnmpt .
creation and Welfare Fund. is designed to measure this pres- ment. Full or pan time .yNnra-1lcGiducharrur. :
It was the first time this type sure which would give evidenceof I management. No credit,inventory r
program had been offered to NAS glaucoma. or personnel pro- HOUSEHO p f
lax employees. It was also givento Early detection is of utmost blems. Excellent 5 years
staff members of COMFAIR- Importance. Sight destroyed by financing plan. Complete
NATTC glaucoma cannot be restored but professional assistance.
Relations and medical'science can check the
Works Industrial Write Call f fe
or Collect:
of the disese. Treat-
Administration: Divisions. The progress
program will be made availableto ment Friends depends and on families the detection.of Los St rtr8l! |. ; a l
other groups upon request. em- 25 West Forsyth St. Phone 355-0683
This community service was ployes who' are interested taking 4232 Florid AY,. : : :
financed by the Lions Clubs of -advantage 'of this available ser- Cedar Hills,Shopping Center f
Jacksonville through an vice may contact Mrs. Johnsat Flora It". 1' 1
greater TNMNI 3734 Blvd.-771-9190 '
annual grant made to the Duval the Qty Health Department,, ; Blending
for the telephone 355 7511, extension L
Florida Society
Branch 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398-4541
t pevention 'of,. blindness programs 45, to arrange for individual. lo" 234-0271.. :( AkI ....... .......nln,hwnV :
In Duval County. tests free,of charge. NNNNINNIINNMI'1uII eNNNNNINNNININNNN
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Midshipmen Visit J Jax for Instruction, : I !.-J, .

;S ;L.e5. S VS

: I Visitors aboard the station or are "Middies" secondclass d s at NAS Pensacola, administered Many of the commanding officers S :' :
new personnel checking aboard midshipmen from the U. S., and coordinated by the Chief of of the, station's' tenant commands ,. ?
this summer begin to wonder at Naval Academy. Naval Air Basic'Training. attended the affairTo
times if NAS Jax is not a training The midshipmen, have cometo, v In their four-day stay at the add to :the glamor of the 5
I center for various conting Jacksonville for a summer pro- station, the middies underwent affair, many lovely young ladies ..5 i: .
gram which serves as their first' ; S S Light Attack Indoctrination andS from the Jacksonville area were 1 ; .\\1,
ents.The unfamiliar on looker first t 'introduction to fleet aviation : : Fighter! Indoctrination Cecil invited,, and- escorted by the appreciative "
sees NATTC, which though beinga experience they have received ., .'.:.' Field.* Presenting these indoctrination midshipmen. S ,
command is nonetheless since entering the acedemy two : S pograms: were Attack 55 .1..1.S'
separate ,S. Soon the J Jacksonville portionof A.5 .5 5;
1 on the station. Here the years ago. .5 S 'Squadrons 44, 45 and 174 and their training was over and ..5 5 S
training of personnel in aviation The midshipmen have the opportunity S S Fighter Squadrons 13 and 62. the midshipmen departed for
electronics and aviation ordnance to apply some of the t tSTORY'. At NAS Jax, the trainees received their next station where they .:
: S SS
:; takes place. theory they have\' studied to practical o : : Reconnaissance Attack// would continue to gain practical .
I S .5 1 s sI sS
,, ., I Once having passed through the : situations as well asftain_ 'BY ED. SOWA Photographic Indoctrination andS knowledge in submarine and underwater S S
j.' 4 I II NATTC complex, the onlooker a. good practical introductionInto PatrolASW)/ Indoctrination. Aid- demolition and amphibious I ,A
may see a group of "boot re- the various fields offered by ing in the air station's' portion of warfare. "
1 14J' cruits" marching along the by- the Navy to Junior officers. .S. the program were Reconnaisance After the summer exercises, ?
I t ways of the station around the The summer training program'' : :'. : Attack Squadron 3, Heavy Photo- the midshipmen will return to the S S : : 5
NARTU area. These sailors.are includes places other than Jack- graphic Squadron 62, and! LightS academy to resume their studies.At ..5 S S .5 5 ,"'
: : undergoing recruit training sim- sonville. The aviation\' portion Photographic Squadron 62,FleetS this point they are merelytwo
illar to that given at Great Lakesor of the training Is administeredin Air Wing 11 and Patrol SquadronS )years' from completion of .

San Diego. Florida.. This aviation summer S 16.All their college careers and com-
; Now another addition to the cruise is. divided into,two seg-- was not work however for missioning ensigns in the i
S 55 -' 'training facilities of NAS Jax ments: a fleet operational phase the midshipmen.. They had"a' United States Navy.Undoubtedly .
S 5 S S may be seen Two separate is conducted at NAS Jax:< and chance to enjoy themselves whena
groups, with another on the way, NAS Cecil Field, administered Midshipman's. Dance co-hosted many will choose ..5;. 4S s S -<<:
this time in khakis, have been and coordinated by COMFAIR-?\ byCommander Fleet Air J Jacksonville the aviation branch of the Navy, S S S
seen in various locations on the JAX; and the naval air training and the Jacksonville Jaycees and hopefully Jacksonville has S S S S S
base--from the galley to the indoctrination phase is conducted was given in their honor. .played some part in influencingtheir S.'I. S

hangar. areas. These"trainees"" decisions. .
JUST TWO MORE YEARS AND THEN ,I'll' be flvinn, one ItJr: -
; -; i ; ; -;; "a.sI.-I.;io look's" ; ; __T MAY LOOK. CONFUSING, but there are still ,two more years
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myself, muses" this hopeful' midshipman" '' he. at just' one .
I.i which to learn what makes these engines tick.
type of aircraft/ t he may be flying someday..

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TWO WAYS TO FLY A MOST PLEASING FRIENDSHIP results from the MidshipmanDance Casey, (left to right) examine/ ,the various components of a I 1 ,, ,
for this lucky "middle". revealed aircraft engine.
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). 0 Friday 4pm'lamX CDR. H. L. DONALD' JR.. HAS execu- LT. C. 'D. ROWLEY, NFO training officer HAPPY HOUR... i i
S. Saturday I lorn-Tom five/ officer,, greets the midshipman with Reconnaissance Attack Squadron' '
a welcome aboard speech In the station Three seems pleased with the response 4. 6 PM and 8:30: lOAM S :$ ;
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Dallas $$41.60 New York $$35.00 Los Angeles $$87.00 and! you 1 12Be&oom8 r"" 2 A DEPARTMENT Monday Wednesday: 10:00: a.m. 3:00: p.m. .
3 have a confirmed; reservation. All fares plus tax. Garden Type Apartments ON ALL NEW and USED, t BRING THIS AD AND I p Thursday: 9:30: a.m. 4:30: p.m. ,I
0.a with, Country Club RECEIVE c, Friday: 10:00:. a.m... 3:00: p.m. o

AIRLINES TRAFFIC I. atmosphere ClIUHAM I ruimumsi. .. : ,
Kitchens equipped wife G-E 507%
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In at the AIRLINES TRAFFIC OFFICE (JAMTO) for r : DrspesfumishedWall ;
; S Brands!! IN YOUR SET ; Monday Friday: 10:00: a.m. 2:00: '
( complete details. Bldg. 13.. Main Gate Ext. 3555 or :U37-2811 to Wall Carpeting aad p.m. '
0800 to 1700 Monday through Saturday At I Military) Pay Days 9.-00: a.m. 3:00: p.m. o
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NAACP Chapter President '. '.

Speaks Before Youth Group

By Ned FellersThe //

rapid progress Negroesare Negroes represent some 11 per ing local Negro grievances.When .
making in the South may Rive cent of the national population, the speaker was askedas
them a more beneficial life than nearly 50 per cent of all peopleIn to why Negro teenagers tendto
northern Negroes In as little as Jails are Negro." segregate themselves,
two or three years, declared Congressional footdraggingwas "the basic' feeling of not being
National Association for the Advancement also cited as a partial factor wanted causes this."
of Colored People In recent uprisings. While "Not pity, but consideration on
Jacksonville chapter President enforcement of civil rights leg- pan of both whites and blacks is
Charles L. Lee August 3. islation appeared to be part of the needed to even partially correct s a
Lee, speaking before the Young problem Lee urged that a rat the situation," he said.
Adult Group at the NAS Chapel control bill was needed to lick When questioned concerningthe
Annex explained the role and aims one of his race's biggest annoyances chance of racial uprisings in -
of the NAACP and answered quer- untold numbers of rats in Jacksonville Lee said that long, ; $
ies from the floor during an informal the ghettos. hot'summers in any part of the zr
two hour question and an- Discussing the mission of the country mean more Negroes In +
swer session. local NAACP chapter, Lee said the streets attempting to escape Y
"Negroes are hurting them- his organization is dedicated to the oppressive oven-like heat Inside -
selves by the country's recent what the title implies, simplythe the ghettos. "We hope
riots," the speaker said and cited advancement; of colored that Jacksonville will have its
"years of frustration and people. He' declared that the cool summer continue," he said, FOR EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE Cdr. John K. Davis Jr.,
t': hopelessness" on the pan of down Negroes here, as well as other expressing confidence that vio- received the Joint Service Commendation Medal from Col.
and out Negroes as a partial cause parts of the country, "are tired lence would not come to this area. Milton Frank, director of Public Affairs for the North American -
of, many recent insurrections. of being scapegoats"and althoughthe The speakerwas born and spent Air Defense Command In Colorado/ Springs, Colo.
Speaking specifically of recent national charter requires his early years In Boston. He
trouble in Michigan, Lee stated meetings once a month, Jackson- graduated from Florida A&Mwlth
that police brutality was undoubtedly ville's group meets weekly, an A.B. and earned his M.A.atat Commander Returns Here
the major cause'of the con- (the only U.S.NAACP chapter doing the University of Southern
flagrations, and said,"while U.S. this) in hopes of remedy- California. He has taught at

Douglas Anderson Junior High For Fourth Tour of
School in Jacksonville for 13 DutyCdr.

years.Le .
assumed the presidencyof
the NAACP here followingthe John K. Davis Jr., who Cross and four Air Medals, he
May 1 automobile death of has been chief of Civil and Com- returned to Pensacola to attend
THIS Rutledae J. Pearson. ponent Relations for the North the Naval School of Photography
WEEK ENI American Defense Command in After tours of duty in Hawaii,
Colorado Springs, Colo., since Alaska and the Navy General
1962, is scheduled to arrive herein Line School, he returned to Jacksonville -
the near future.Commander and Sanford to command
DRI Davis,a veteran of Photographic Detachments. As
25 years of Navy service, was part of this command he had con-
awarded the Joint Service Com- trol of units assigned in the
i mentation Medal for his "out- Azores, Italy and England
standing professional compe- After attending the USAF'sAir
tence in developing conducting Command and Staff School'
B 4iiriiaI'bvu major public affairs programs in Alabama and a tour in Wash-
while assigned to the joint U. S. ington, D. C., he was back )in
Canadian military command. Jacksonville as commanding
The,Athens/ Ga... natiye officer of the Flag Administrative } -
MWAIi is rot a stranger"' the ''air star Unit and Staff Personnel Offices
tion. This will be the fourth for the Commander, Fleet
tour of duty for him at Jacksonville Air, Jacksonville, a post he held
Take the J. where he began his until his assignemnt to NORAD

Short Route toDAYTONA \. career as a commissioned avia- headquarters.
tor in early 1942. Commander Davis is marriedto

BEACH'j' \. HONOR GRAD -- Air Force After serving in the Pacific the former Julia Ann Mobleyof
TSgt. John A. Couch, Jr., has Theatre during WWII,where he Stone Mountain, Ga. They
'j:1 earned the Distinguished Flying are the parents of four children.
: returned duty here with the

_.. .. .. ... 679th Radar Squadron after ..
.JCLi.\ 'T -I- r graduating with honors at the a? ;
Air Defense Command Senior

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DAYTONA BEACH FUNChildren 8 i'i'i;i : ,e



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v 12 freeDiyUii'sOily '

J-: FONDA seem to be the ,sentiments expressed by Ann Mills and her

mother, Delama/ as she attempts to install her father'sjiew
HIHAHOAHBTHEHUIA shoulderboards upon his promotion to lieutenant commander.

Iml...r'sI LCdr. John A. Mills Jr, a pilot with HARTU's V5-741, Is. a
DOLLS APPEARING 1341.1 ... resident! of Valdosta/ Ca.
Full Day Comp Facilities starts
Slowly .
Baby Sitters Available l NIGHTS WEEI FRIDAYI they stripped YP-16'. WireHeur '.' ,
All Rooms Face the Ocean -

,.. IN THE Sam Laker ;: ; Lecture' .
I 1 Lounge and down SYMBRA : :1dlffer.RUI
I Supper Club
2301 SOUTH ATLANTIC AVI. nothing 1r The Officer's Wiver of VP't6heard
I DAYTON MACH,FLA. 'I was a two-hour lecture concerning :

NAME .........................'I ... but animal left... Survivor's' Benefits and .
I 0 Medicare by YNCRobert L.Shelby -
ADORESS..I I at the mmti l nmmi of the COMFAIRJAX: Career

". CITY ........................... I 1HENAKEDRUnNER "AMEMCA'J Counseling Office on August 3.:
I A question"and answer 'period -
... MOST
r STATE .......................... I )1a'AatSaViJVlhM j f Z ....." .' ExprlHG I on the topics discussed,was '.

? ''ZIP\ :_..... .................. I < ) i BRASyCRE" j held Chief following the lecture. .
Shelby Is available for
I I rw..w. :..r.wr........ .,.+(J )I I II Ii 2301 J S. Atlantic Ave. 1 = ,..". for Aopinh..f | further lectures, ,and may be
i I _---"r"-___"r____ Daytona Beach Shores w |L 164.6906 j contacted through the COMFAIR--
r ........ lAX Career Counseling Office.

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|r Movies | Club Schedules ';; t ,

MOVIES will be shown reg- CPO CLUB: All pizzas going NASJAX for $.75 today. Dance to ,.
ularly at the MAS Jax Theatre ern music of Mark Castle tonight. Tomorrow a
at 6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru for $1.25 is featured and music will be provided for by +: : : : :{ : {
Saturday. There will also be a Strock Trio. Frank Binder will play for your musical
matinee. at 2 p.m. onSaturdays ment Saturday evening. A 10 oz. sirloin for $1.65 is Ic the Halt Publishing_ Company,
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital special for that day. Sunday brings in the Johnny J cuonvllle, Florida 32210 to arrive
Theatre will have one weekly for your dancing pleasure. Fried chicken for $.95 is for publication the following Thurs
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field for Tuesday, and 1/2 lb. rib-eye steak for $1.35 is late for this' deadline will be published
will have two show during the dinner special. unless the publisher Is 'instructed other -
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Matinees Wednesday is the Teenage Dance at 8 p.m. Music order for the full cost of the ad must
will be shown on weekends The Doomsday Refreshment Committee. copy for the ad. .

at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY "0" CLUB: Tonight the Beefeater's Buffet Is NOT SEND CASH

6 to 10 p.m. Enjoy the sounds of Mark Castle's music ((3 lin..). . . . :fZ.00
evening. Johnny Jelinek will the for
August 10 provide music lin. ((4 words lint .
ing. Tuesday features Foreign Night-Indian Style p r ; . o50
NAS: "FLAME OVER VIET p.m. Dick McMeekin will be at the piano Wednesday
NAM" with a Spanish cast. ((96 8:30 to 11:30: p.m. The evening is also "Family night on
Min.) with fried chicken as the dinner special.
VIRGINIA WOOLT" : with 8 p.m. till midnight. Tomorrow evening the dinner special of lay- Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard shrimp dinners for $.65 is featured. Music will be by de- FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
Burton. ((126 Min.) and the Chantels from 9 p.m. till 1 a. m. Saturday cash or Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret.
C. FIELD: "WHERE BUL- the Nu-Sounds perform and that evening March 264 2411. Orange Park Realty.
LETS FLY": with Tom Adams Red Coats will play. The Nu-Sounds will again entertain CENTER
and Dawn Addams. ((96 Min.) day afternoon crowd with Mark Castle's Band featured that 771-9106
Monday evening Evelyn Mee and her Tonics will provide the "REAL ESTATE: We will help _
I 11 I
FRIDAY August entertainment. .HOME you' Buy, Sell or Invest. '
Bowen Real EstateRealtor
NAS: "IN LIKE FLINT" : with ACEY DUECY CLUB: Tomorrow evening features cer USN Retired 384-1376
James Coburn and Lee J. Cobb from 8:30: p.m. Plan to attend the Hawaiian Lauau on come out
((132 Min.) All you can eat for $1.00 Costumes may be worn. Mark class FOR SAL 66 MOBILE HOME
HOSPITAL: "FLAME OVER Band will provide the musical entertainment beginning( Regular 50' x 12'. 2 BR, May see on
VIET NAM": with a Spanish cast. Sunday March Wilson will be on hand with the music. 50#. request. $450 down or best of-
Night starting at 5:30 Try the week's 1/2 lb. -
p.m. Shindler fer. Near Cecil Field Call
for $1.35. .
C. FIELD: "I DEAL IN DAN 781 0563
GER" with Robert Goulet and
Christine: Carere.SATURDAY CPO CLUB: Jimmy Walker and the Grand OleOprey will be RARE WHITE GERMAN SHEPHERDS -
tonite so do plan to get there a bit early. A lobster top boat 2 Male AKC. Reg.,
August 12 is offered Friday and Saturday nights for $2.50 with Grandsive champion in Mid -
,supplied by Dick Strock Saturday evening. A turkey or 771- South, Reduced to $90. 771 -
NAS: "TIlE RAVAGERS"withJohn $1.10 will be offered Sunday. Wednesday is Game Night. 4666, 7968 Renault Dr.
Saxon. ((88 Min.) BEACON CLUB You may want to eat something before
HOSPITAL: "IN LIKE FLINT" into Game Night,so why not enjoy a T Bone Steak special 1963 RENAULT, 41,000 Miles,
with James Coburn and Lee J. orrow night you can swing to the sounds of the Formations blind Very good condition 35 mpg.
Cobb. ((132 Min.) day the Sounds Unlimited will be making the scene.. Sunday One + owner car. $295. Phone '
C. FIELD: "WHO'S AFRAIDOF Cay and the go-go girls brightening up the club and Monday Has, 725 1660
VIRGINIA WOOLF": with will be on hand to provide music. Tuesday it's the HOUSE FOR SALE: BELLAIR
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard and Wednesday you can hear a little change- of pace music par-$2. Clay County, 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath,
Gadden entertaining.F 353 Conv. Schools, Shopping, Bases
. Burton.SUNDAY, August 13 manager. Nothing Down Call 264 6444.

Blood Line 6 Wks
' ERS with John Saxon. (88 Min.) Champion '
' .' C.' FIELD' "FLAME OVERVIETNAM" 0- old -. 771-. 88931 \
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Marina J
Islet __ : : DESK "EXTRASEx. y
: with aSpardshcast. j.'r CORVETTE765 ALL
((96 Min.) SALES Mil SERVICE for designs, Cond., See at 4726 Blount
Ave. After
or $5 5:30 p.m. Daily call
******** Mercury and McrCrulscr 768 0501. Mr Webster.. Twins.

E The Navy Department was creat- CENTER 4

ed by Act of Congress April -.... .. 771-9106 FURN. BR DUPLEX FOR RENT
", 0 .: 30, 1798. n"H 1422 Ron Rd. Water (urn.,Clean,
Io"'f{.. UNFURN Elec. Kit., No pets. $78.50 mo.
\ 2-story 389 6938.
,. 1 blk
: '!! $100 7 1/2 HORSE ELGIN OUTBoard -,
: Motor. Excellent Condi-*
tion $125.00 Phone 771-3184: S


Trans. 60 x 10 w/tilt out., Assume'
Kingsley 771 payments.. $200 Equity. 5505
Tlmuquana Road, Lot 70.Roman.

Bland- Over 21 Willing to share ex-
offers the YOUR CREDIT UNION 4718. penses. 2955 Park St. Apt. 1.

CENTER: Friday, August 18, will be
DBorrewtr's insurance provided' on oil FHA-TITLE I loan at no personnel at 8:30 p.m. at the center
aYou are an owner of the credit union. '
CARS Q Hours and location are convonlont.Q St. There is no admission charge, and
Dividends art good.,
O You can says and borrow at the tame tlme.A&.
at o4lllll OAO OOO O 4II 0'" .

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I, .1 CF HomtriH Aids Win Over Patrick UdderwilerFound, ereeta1N Lcdr. Witt Wins Intramural

't Mike Ciopryna hit a home run a single, double and home run in Very Harmful District TourneyCecil Standings
_ In the top half of the twelfth six times at bat for Cecil. The danger of drowning from /
f Inning of the second game Friday Jerry Walker scattered six hits extended underwaterbreathholding Field's Family Services Bowling .
r night enabling theCecil Field and struckout 7 in the nightcapto was recently discussed by Officer posted a 54-hole score of VFP-62 continues In the top
:: "Raiders" to take a 3-2 victory pick up the victory. The A. B. Murphy, National Directorof 279 to capture the Sixth Naval position in the Cecil Field In-
i over Patrick Air Force Base,and "Raiders" collected nine hits off Safety Services of the Amer- District Women's Division Titlein tra-mural Bowling League, witha
; a clean sweep of the double-; the Patrick hurler, but could only ican Red Cross. tournament play at Pensacolalast 33-11 won/loss record, 7 1/2
header. Cecil won the first muster two runs until the twelfth Mr. Murphy said his warningwas week. games ahead of second place
game In ten Innings by a 9-8 inning when Ciopryna hit his addressed to the children and Lieutenant Commander Gerry AMD. VFP-62 has a total pin
score. round-tripper for the decidingrun. teen-agers who compete with Witt, had rounds of 89-99-91, fall of 25, 526 for eleven games.
Playing at Patrick the two Page and Ciopryna had each other to see who can stay to finish 36 strokes ahead of her AMD is in second place witha
I teams were deadlocked at 4-4 two hits each to pace the "Raid under water the longest. nearest competitor. Miss Witt total pin fall of 23, 075; followed -
a after seven innings in the firsts er" hitting attack.In "Youngsters who play this will join with two other ladiesto by the Blackshoes, 23,970;
game. Cecil had scored single the opening game of a twin- game are simply aking for trouble compete in the South Atlantic Missiles, 20,755; NAMTD
runs in the second, third, Court bill played on Saturday after- --and possible tragedy."Mr.Murphy Regional Tournament being play- 23,950; Yellowwater, 21,963and;
t th, and sixth innings. Patrick noon, the "Raiders" found the said."Hyperventilating. ed a Pensacola this,week.In the Marines, 10,439.
pushed across three runs In the going a little tough, and fell -- taking the men's Open Division, Individual averages for
second and one in the fifth. Both by the way, 51. Coffey allowed several deep breaths before go- Lt. Ron McLeod (RCVW-4)), was VFP-62 are Hayes, 117Rodgers; ,
teams went scoreless in the only five hits, but was victimizedby Ing underwater--is dangerous eleventh with a 322; Bob Reese 136; Hilligas, 164; Youngblood,
seventh, eighth,and ninth innings.In errors and wild pitches, and practice. This is what happens (Weapons), 17th with 332; Pat 167; Raleigh, 172; Dommer,136;
the top half of the tenth, was charged with the loss. He physiologically," he continued. Thomas (Dental), had 345 for Michel, 169; Lamb,173;and Page,
I Ciopryna led off with a single, sent 9 of the Patrick batters "Before going underwater, an 29th: and Chief Dale Roberts
Kimball and Page followed with down via the strikeout route. individual takes several deep (AMD), finished 39th with a 357. 162.The "Photomen" also had high
singles, and after Cox and Wit- Keller picked-up the victory breaths in, order to build up The Open Division was played team game for the week, with
wer filed out to center, Coffeyand for the Airmen, allowing only as much oxyge n in the lungs as over 72-holes. the Blackshoes a close second.
Fewell singled, and Cashier three hits and striking out three. possible. This deep breathing, Cecil's entry In the Senior VFP-62 dominated the first three
:, doubled to give Cecil five runs. called hyperventiliation does Increase Division was led by Lt. Milt spots for high individual game,
Stone flew out to the right fielder Edwards collected two of the the oxygen but it low- Hurst (AMD), who finished sixth with Hilligas, Youngblood and
s to end the inning. three hits for Cecil Field. ers the carbon dioxide in the sys with 72-hole total of 329. Chief Releigh, taking the honors in that
I Patrick came back strong In In the second game with Dixie Jones (AMD), was eighth order.
their half of the inning as they Steve Burton on the mound, and a period underwater; with 351 score, and Chief Ray The Blackshoes the lead-
put together four singles and the "Raiders" leading by 1-0 because the carbon dioxide does Stokeley (VA-45)). finished ten- ers in the high team for three
double to score four runs, be-" score after one inning,rain post- not build up fast enough to trig- th with a score of 369. games, with VFP-62 In second.
fore the Airmen first sacker pop- poned the contest. ger the breathing urge,the swim As a team, the Cecil Field
ped up to Fewell for the final The ."Raiders" have been mer tends to stay under too long squad finished fifth in the nine Softball
\ out of the game. practicing every night this week and may black out. Then, un- team field with 1356 score, 141
.. } Coffey was the winning pitcher, and will leave over the weekend lesshelp is at hand to get himto strokes off the pace set by the The Weapons Department,
giving up 11 hits, 2 walks, and for NAS Memphis, Tenn. where the surface quickly, drowningwill Chief of Naval Air Basic Train- after getting off to a rough start
striking out 13. Keller suffered they will play In the Sixth result." ing Command. The Cecil team in the first half of the Intra-
} th loss for Patrick, as he was Naval District Softball Tournament The same principles apply'to had rounds of 327-341-340-348. mural Softball League, has come
touched for 18 hits. Fewell had swimming underwater for long Ensign Larry McAttee of VT- back strong in the second halfwith
) distances, Mr. Murphy said. 9, Meridian Miss., was the Open a 10-1 record for a first
E He urged that parents 'make Champion with a 72-hole total of place tie with the VA-174 Hell-
SpecServThe Lists Rules these facts known to their child- 293. Cdr. James Kiner NAS razors and the AMDADMIN.With .
ren and instruct them not to Jax, captured the Senior Divis- only two games remainingon
I play "holdinathebreath'\: ion with a 307 score. the schedule for Weapons,
FJ{ Special Services Gear 4, the gear locker is for all one with the VA-44 Hornets, and
,Locker has recently issued a Navy men's use whenever they the other with the Hellrazors,
,.- notice on the requirements with are in the need of camping or ROD AND GUN team spirits are running high
checking out camping equipment, recreational equipment. with great hopes for winning the
shotguns, Boats and Outboard Recreational equipment is BY Dave Jusiewfcz Sports Editor/ number one spot in the league. .
Motors. Located in Building normally checked out for a per- The winning pitcher for all
iod of seven days, but requests, The' Cecil Field Rod and Gun Lair. Custer NAS Jax Public the games during this second half '
1 for longer periods may be made. Club held their regular monthly Works, says that Gold Head. is has been Tony Gravinese.'who
However, no equipment will be meeting last week in he Industrial demonstrated an ability, truely ,"
; the place."tQtfish Located
CariYou' checked out for more than 15 Relations Building'Con- off reflected, when the chips, were
Highway 21
Just southof
,. days. If anyone desires to check ference Room. The main purposeof down and the pressure on,to'cop
TAKE.YOUR CAR Keystone Heights, the time to the win. Behind .Is.
for than this Tony an -
equipment out more meeting was to renew be there ?
v is around 7:30 in the
fflTH YOU? seven days, he must present his old memberships and to bringin Infield and oufield, who have
{. For Flrtcnclrtfl' and Insurance evening Fishermen using a shown that ,
leave papers along with his request new members to the club. Flutter" they, too, play fine :

"Dying have had
J a Stateside' and Overseas. Call good defensive ball.
for the extended period. The Rod and Gun Club invitesall results.
I DYER M. BURR Whenever any Itme is kept persons interested to join Won Lost
beyond the expirationdate,a pen- now, so they can enjoy the many Bob Hunter of Public Affairs Weapons 11 1
\ GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES alty will be assessed at twice benefits offered by the club.Hunting Office says that the fish were VA-174 Hellrazors 10 1
FINANCE CORPORATION the daily charges for each day season Is coming up soon, really biting this past weekendin AMD/ADMIN. 11 2
and the equipment is held beyond' the and the Rod and Gun Club is Doctors ItJet. Two catches t MED/VA-81 10 2
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE expiration date. planning the opening day already.In worth mentioning came In at VA-44 8. 3.
INSURANCE COMPANY The daily fee for equipmentis order to get the full bene- Whitey's Fish Camp on SwimmingPen Marines '"- 6'' ." 6,. .' .
5615 Timuauana. Rd. 771-0527 Creek on Sunday were 76 VA-72 1<".0 4" '4'; ',: .
I : shotguns, $.25; Outboard fits of the club, join now dur- .
motors, 5 1/2 to 6 hoursepower, ing thir membership drive.. Any Bluegills. and over 150 Rock. VA-45 .. ,.' -I '.'5.."----7, : ,, ,.-!+-. !,&.':.. ( Ct.' -.-;>
Bass. Cut seems' VA-83 .' *,iJ J '>f"'I"J., ,_ ,
shrimp to 5
be the best bait.SUMMER. VA-174 Condors ,.:: ...':"t.
$1.25; campers, $1.00; boats and should contact Mr. W. L. Laney, 4 8 ". ;
I canoes, $.25. (Treasurer), in the Public Works PROGRAMThe FAETU 4 9
} It is realized that damage may Department at ext. 246 or 247, VFP-62 4 9 ":.
) occur to, equipment while it is or Chief C. H. Parker, (Sec- Cecil Field summer pro- Smokeeaters 2 11 .'
." return to Cecil Field until repairs retary), AMD Avionics, ext. 167..' gram for dependents is commingto VC-4 0 13
have been made. In such The clubs' next regular month a close this week after a successful .
i cases, the user may have the 'ly meeting will be September7th season of sports. The ,'"' .
damages. repaired before the at 7:30 In the Conference. program had a ,total of 376 de- HONDAMOTORCYCLES. : : t., ;-.:f.
equipment Is returned. Only Room of the Industrial Relations pendents'actively participating. : '
?; CONVENIENTLYLOCATED reliable repair agencies may be Building. The individual break-down is as ;

used agency and and a renter bill signed be by the I have received a few calls follows: Archery-20; Bowling38 w. Give ...reh..... ,-,. .
may pre- ; Ceramics-75; golf-25;swimming -
NEAR BOTH BASES about different fishing spots: hat
sented to Special. Services Officer -
have produced good catches late- -161; Tennis 43; and
Only Min fo. Cecil & HAS for consideration and for ly, so I'd like to pass them weight lifting14..
reimbursement for the
e damages. along Tom McGriff Athletic Direc- ',y:
tor, NAS Cecil Field, said this ,
71 UNITS' "The tt: ......._.
GIVE MOM A REST! past swimming pro-
1,2&3BEDROOM gram was limited this season to MOTORS .
APARTMENTS ,beginner classes only. The summer .
activities usually include a
e f AM/LY/ TO A full '
swimming program. Due to / COMPANY INC.
ALL APTS HAVE: 1 i lack of facilities we had to cut

.WALL-TO-WALL fried SHRIMP Dinner It, The program did turn out 4949 Blandlng

CARPETS ',well, "even though this cut was PH 7718244SBob's

Oak Hill
at Cedar River
{ Swimming Pool & Complete/

I Laundry Facilities'' '- ; PH.77155SiOPEN Pure Service Center

} Hoar ScltaaBatltPm/
and Parochial DAILY/ 11:30 AM Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-18 p.m.

& Shopping Center ""
reed sernke(. .kk...p & dt4fr",y

f 6756 103rd.STREET tcliMk oa dity..A wkii'
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RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7 IotIl.U". .... fi, "' 1'1' U" 'll1.W'f 1 \ ... It \1\ '" 03rd & James Rd.

j D. W. Priest, USN (Ret) 11 IMst*|. Iftx n \" ,I. I ..., J: "I f I 711-9U6 Jacksonville Fla.'


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E ___ r ____ _ VP-16's Win Earns
Whistling In i
../ Tourney Birth

UJJ The Patrol Squadron 16 collected 10
Rigging hits Saturday morning on thewayto
a 5 1 victory over the USS <
qr Shangri -La and the 1967 '
By S. Hering/ : COMFAIRJAX softball tourney )
Things have quieted down a bit at NSJC now that the 1967 Junior trophy. {
Sailing Program has concluded. We'll miss the activity and the The patrolmen downed the car-
familiar sails in the cove from early morning to late afternoon, ':':- .... rier contingent behind the effort -
but we have gained many new members and a gratifying surge of of pitcher Don Siegler who
interest in the Club. The wind could not have been more'cooperative gave up only three hits throughthe
and the races were run in jig time. _
seven inning championship
Capt. C. T. Simonsen, NJSC some hot competition for the contest. Merl Anderson took the
sponsor, awarded the trophies: six other Day Sailers in the Tri- loss for the carrier squad. '
first and second place Bantams: Club area ( Day Sailer FleetNo. Third baseman Bob Barnett
Bill Roush and Steve Holland in 46; Fleet Capt. is Fred Collinsof le.d the patrol attack with a home-1
KELLY GIRL, Bob Bohnstengel the Rudder Club.) run in the first inning and a double -
and Ricky Prosuch in COCK -. Continuous Field Day on hulls in the fourth.
SPUR; first and second place and rigging is on the docket fora Patrol Squadron 16 will repre
Gannets: Scott Prosuch and Bill few weeks so that more boats sent COMFAIRJAX in the Sixth
Shibler in NA30, Gerry Martin will be available for club sailers. Naval District tournament which
and Ken Foley in NA2. Lettersof Any combination of muscles gets underway Monday.
commendation from Capt. M. brains and spare time is wel- The squadron has beefed up its
J. Stack were also presented to come.. squad for the tournament at Memphis -
the instructors,Bill Harkins,Kathy Incidental note for Tri Club Tenn., with the addition of
Griffith, Mark Johnson and racing buffs: all starts will Jim Jackson and Luci Luigi from
Rory Dev reu."C as well as the henceforth be offshore -- look .?" w '\10,4.P VAP 62 and Merl Anderson
program's overseer, Sean De- for the Committee Boat -- five William Grizard, Phil Bar-
vereux, for service above and beyond minute starts with timing and reca and Howard Polk from the "**
the call. With 117 sailorson subsequent classes representedby S' Shrangri La .
the planks, It's a worthy re- class flags on the Committee '.t,. f ft VP to the COMFAIR
ward. Boat halyard. Courses MAY be JAX title game by downing VW4 -
Navy Jax showed her colors Olympic, depending on the wind, 5 3j: and Shangri La 76.
Sunday, July 20, with a first so watch out for a final windward CAT IE BALL. World/ breaststroke record holder at IS The carrier squadron droppedinto
place in Bantams, Kathy Griffith leeward leg. (Times-Union photo; the losers' bracket after the
and a second place, Bill --------------- first defeat at the hands of the -
Harkins. Al Johnson and Chan Salty Sez; Ahoy all ye swabsas Ccrfie Ball" Boosts U.S. patrolmen, and earned a second
Hering, erstwhile Bantam skip- are more hippie than salty! crack at them in the double elimination
pers, made the scene In new Day The uniform o' the day in furrin affair.
Sailers, trading third and fourth ports is as befits a loyal son o' OlympicSwim Hopes Cdr. Kinder Fires 301VIdnrv
places for the two races. Next the sea: tops all spliced up true
race August 13. We now have a and bottoms with legs the same By '.For 6ND Golf
,starting class three of Day Sail length. Shipshape at all times. A 15 year old Jacksonville athlete e swam the breaststroke leg ----- a
ers, representing NJSC making Shape. up er ship out. content to spend longhour of the.400 meter medley makingup Cdr.James Kinder (NAS Dis-
of practice in base pool 419 as a healthy gap against Canada pensary) held the one stroke
many of her teenage pals dream and giving our girls the first in margin he gained following the
with U. S.National Team second round of Sixth Naval Dis-
away lazy summer days 4297.: ( The
thoughts of miniskirts and motorcycles swam the same distance for a trict golf play and went on to win
could conceivably end an world's record In the 1964 Oly- the affair carding a final 307
for this in four day play that finished
Olympic drought countryin pics in 4:33.9))
two breaststroke events the She swims in the forementloned Saturday.
d 100 and 200'meter contests next air station's outdoor pool and Playing in the seniors' division -
'summer in Mexico City. occasionally in the Indoor facility Kinder combined roundsof
Catie BallLee High School Junior In Florida AAU competition she 77-76-74-80, to finish one
this,fall and recently return- wears.of the colors of the George ,stroke up on Capt. ,Bill Kor-
ed delegate ,of Uncle Sam'a-dis Campbell coached JacksonvilleJets. jessel commanding officer of |
taff swimmers fro'hi Winnipeg'sPan }NAAS' Saofldy FJeld.iPensacola. 9
d The Pensacola win made him
American Games Is tabbedas Sure to embellish. an already
a shoo-in in her two specil- laden trophy display the young eligible for' South :Atlantic regional -
ities when It comes time to sel- swimmer. leaves the early part of play which started Mon-
ect a team 'in 68. Barring misfortune next week for Philadelphia Pa. day at the same west Florida -

LT. BILL HARPER, squadron athletic officer (left), Cdr. T. AAU officials forsee and the Women's AAU Outdoor naval air station. The links

'E. Curry, o-i-cof VP -. 30 and AE1 Fred Anderson admire Iron. Miss Ball collecting at least one Championships August 1618. tom
gold medal in the events Which
mart Award presented by XO H. L. Donald Jr. Anderson holds so far through Olympic competition -
the team trophy for the squadron's champion Softball team. have proved stumbling

blocks to our girls. While the OPEN SUNDAY

NAS Softball Title Clinches women in have the freestylebackstrokeand been more than adequate -

Ironman Award for VP-30 breaststroke.for butterfly that elusive,they.restilllooking first In the

Patrol Squadron 30's intra- notched another 1000 points, and Miss Ball already has proved
mural Softball playoff victory the runner-up award in basket- she has the stuff.. While at Winni- A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY
July 27 not only gave the local ball for 750 points. peg she:
squadron base honors in the The Naval Air Reserve Train- won the 200 meter breast- We gave them the VW.16 point Safety, and Performance everything Inspect that
and replaced
ton. Then we toned up tightened
sport, but in addition, the 1000' ing Unit, winners of the plaque stroke in 2:42.0 for a Games record need tf it. And guaranteed them 1007* for U>. *vyor i. .!.c.....
;. points awarded insured their last time around, finished second but still a couple of seconds of on all In and major double m.chtlo.pat.check. for 30 der.or, 1000 wi Come
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Base Chief, Capt.

Combine Efforts Cedar Hills

For Tennis TitleLeon

Wilson AFCM of Fleet
aV Air Wing Eleven and Capt. Bill
) Folkes of Washington, D. C
teamed to give the Navy a win
I in the senior division of doubles
competition at the Interservice
Tennis Tournament which woundup
Friday at Denver ". ,Colo.
Wilson advanced to the highest
ri rung of service competition
i x, through winning both singles and
.a'i 4..' doubles matches at Pensacola'sSixth
i .'If.::. Naval District meet July
.... ; at WILSON
10-14, the Atlantic Coast Qumpioships -
"% CHIEF/ LEON WILSON/ discusses his recenffenn/s/ successes at Bainbridge Md. July
wIth/ J. H. Burton, commander of Fleet/ AIr Wing/ J M Monday/ 17-21 and the Alameda Calif. & BLAND ING
c All-Navy competition His 6-0,
6-2 sets at Alameda gave him
the championship in senior PHONE SP11341or
: Fliers Topple Maci" singles. (The best two out of
three sets constitutes. a matchin SP1-6601
Navy tennis play).

For Conference Crown terservice Wilson's last play appearance was in 1963 in In-in Red Oweas-USN Ret. .lllllr

f \, seniors' play. He played pre-
vious in the division.
) Flier Softball additional barrier the years open
The Jax Navy against the chief
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