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February 27, 1969


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Navy Cage Crown Up for Grabs Tonight '

each other last night In the the tournament while running upa Pearl, dueled under the boards Jose State's all-time single season -
By JOC Chuck SchroyerJax loser's bracket of the double 113-86 win to keep their All- for three-quarters of the con- scoring record with 440

-- TheAll-Navybasketball elimination tourney to set up Navy hopes alive. Carl Simpson, test before Hassen was whistledout points, served as point-man in
crown' hangs before AmphibiousForce tonight's championship tilt. a 6-2 hustler from Detroit, who of the game as he got his The Ralders'effort pumping for
Atlantic's Gators tonight In Monday night's opening once played for SubPac led the fifth personal. When Hassen 25. Hassen shot for 17 and
like the Golden Fleece before game, PhibLant. representingSouth scoring for the loser's with 21 went to the bench to become a grabbed 11 rebounds before leaving -

Jason. Atlantic, tangled with North points. A 32-year-old Texan, spectator, the score was tied the game. Les Kuhnz,player-
Atlantic's Newport, R.I. Chargers Fred Mims pumped in 22 to pace and 60 apiece with 9:53 to play. coach of the Raiders added arothcr -
But before the Norfolk squadcan and sank the destroyermen, the West Coast victory.In Two minutes later, Pearl gain- 12 for the submarine quintet.

take the prize north, they 107-92. Commander Cruiser- the winning bracket Tues- ed a one-point edge, but theGator's If San Pearl
either Diego or
may have to dodge one and per- .day, Pearl Harbor and the Am-
Destroyer, Atlantic's squad cap- depth came through to Harbor the Gators tonightin
from Sub- trip up
haps two torpedo
runs tured the North Atlantic Regional phibious Force Gators traded win the for the Amphibians.Floyd .
game the 7 title the
marine Force Pacific. And last p.m. game
before augmenting for the All- shots for most of the game before Beason, a 6-5 former won't be decided
night there was still a chance Navy the Gators gained the advantage University of Cincinnati standout championship
that the Pacific Coast until tomorrow evening.
Bluejacketsfrom In the other contest Monday and the game 8272.A spearheaded the Amphibious
San Diego had a chanceto night, Pearl Harbor's Raiders near-capacity crowd cheered assault with 23 points, while The top 12 men in the tourna-
climb Into the ring to wrestlethe topped San Diego 82-72. Tues- wildly as the two squads ,grap- teammates Coulling and Rick ment will be selected to repre-

Gators. day night, San Diego met New- pledfor an edge. Two big 205- Owens added 15 aM 14 In a supporting sent the Navy In (interserviceplay

San Diego and the Pearl Har- port in the loser's bracket and pounders, Randy Coulling of the effort. at Ft. Hood, Tex., in two
bor-based Raiders ran afoul ofF eliminated the Chargers from Gators and Howard Hassen of Steve Scl ink. who holds San weeks.

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." Special May Third Class Exams

;,,;. ". 9 Expected To Fill PO ShortagesThe

Bureau of Naval Personnel has announced a special Navy wide advancement examina-

tion for petty officer third class to be conducted May 6. The examination is being held due to

( A. an increased need for qualified petty officers required to maintain the high tempo of operations

needed to accomplish the Navy's mission. Rising :requirements have resulted in an almost un-

JO... ,,;' precendented favorable advance- quality of the petty officers corps.It normally exhibit those qualities
ment opportunity through waiversof is the responsibility, of',commanding required for advancement to a
service in pay grade and actual officers to recommend position of trust and responsi
advancement numbers, according -
only men and women who are fully bility.
the Bureau notice
to out qualified for the next higher pay Additional information concerning -
the examination.For .
lining May
grade the Bureau said. the special May exams
in the
: participation spe- Personnel who do not meet the may be obtained at the air station
rt service in
cial examination
t pay requirements for honorable discharge and tenant command educational.
for advance-
grade requirements or reenlistment do not services offices.
ment to E-4 have been waived.
,.t't' The candidate must be serving in
pay grade E-3 on the day of the VP-16 Eagles Return

test. Those.authorized a waiver
for advancement to E-4 may I

use E-2 evaluations for the To Home Nest Friday
i period ending March 16, in the
event E-3 evaluations for that
; period are not available. They Jax -- Families of VP 16 VP-16 flies the Navy's

(. may be the subject of a special will be reunited with their hus- P3A Orion. The squadron is
. r f":," evaluation as of April 30 at the bands and fathers as Cdr. Tom housed in the new VP hangar complex -
>'!/' S. discretion of commanding of- Ross and his Eagles return to and Is under the operational
;: ;:'. t4s ficers. the air station tomorrow even- control of Capt. D. W. Herlong

S TT : Correspondence courses, per- ing. The squadron's arrival time commander Fleet Air Wing 11.
formance tests, pral.'ticalfactors was estimated at 6:30 p.m.
t ,' and the applicable military/ The squadron deployed to Bermuda -
leadership test must be com- in early December to con- Air Reservist*

9 pleted prior to the regulary duct antisubmarine and reconnaissance -
. SS scheduled examination date. The patrols under the Train In SpainJax
prescribed completion date for operational control of the Bermuda -
the eligibility requirements is ASW group commander. At
WELCOME HOME! William, Dorothy, Pam and Becky gave extended to the date of examin- the same time, a three plane -- Aviation Patrol Squadron -
67F1 of the: lool Naval Air
their daddy, ADR I W. C. Young, a big welcome home when ation for personnel authorized a detachment commanded by Cdr.R. Reserve Training Unit: arrivedat

after service In pay grade waiver. H. Shulze, VP 16 XO, traveled Naval Station Rota, Spain
la. north the Naval Station
The Bureau cautioned com- to
last week to begin two weeks of
returned in groups, with the last officers and men arriving manding officers in setting u'p the Argentia, to conduct similarop- antisubmarine warfare (ASW)
Sunday. (Photo by J02 Judy Andersen) May exams that there must be no erations as part of the Argentia training.Led .
decrease in the traditionally ASW group.
by Cdr. James R. Stubbsof

ommand Changetrician's Miami 133 Selected Naval
Hurricane Hunters Set
skills under the operational
By aSH Bob Barber ticipated in the Normandy and mate. and Cuba. lie was in charge ofVP16's control of Commander Fleet Air
detachment at Capetown
Southern France invasions and in Mediterranean.The .
Former Executive Officer
South Africa his with
the Yokosuka during tour
initial landing at
Cdr. Casimo J. Cush will assume VW4as squadron is made up of
Japan while serving as anelec- Cdr. Cush reported to (Continued on Page 2))
command of Weather Reconnaissance the executive officer in July personnel from Naval Air Re-

a Squadron Four 1968 from the Joint Staff Head- ", serve Staff Fl, Naval Air Re-
(VW-4)) in a change of command serve Division Fl, Operational
quarters United Nations Command 4s 4sh 4sy"
ceremony tomorrow inthe Hurri- Control Group 7F1 Naval Air
U.S, Forces Korea. The
cane Hunter's Hanger 123. Intelligence Reserve Unit 1 Fl,
born in Shreveport
new skipper was -
Ya Patrol Squadron 7F1 and Attack
Cdr. Howard P. Summers has La., and was commissionedan Squadron 2F1.Nineteen .
been the commanding officer of ensign in 1952. He receivedhis
thereconnaissancesquadron since wings two years later after NARTU active duty
January 1968. Upon being relieved flight training at Pensacola. r personnel are serving as on-the-
by Cdr. Cush during the VW-4 Is not the first assign- spot advisors to the reservists.

. 11 a.m. ceremonies tomorrow he ment in Jacksonville for Cdr. FJfght crew personnel flew to
. will report for duty with the Cush as he served on the staff of Rota aboard five SP-2E Neptune
North American Air Defense Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville patrol bombers, which they will
Command (NORAD) at Ent Air in 1960. Following the staff : use in mock search and destroy
Force Base, Colo. Cdr. Sum assignment he became aviation 1.:4 ASW missions during the cruise.
mers Is a native of Pueblo,Colo. safety officer and administration Ground persornel and equipmentwere
and entered the Navy as a seaman officer of lax-based VP-16 and airlifted aboard NARTU

apprentice (In 1943.! He par14A Cdr. Gush deployed to Spain. Puerto Rico, Cdr. Summers C-118 transport aircraft.


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SUNDAY SERVICES10:30 a.m. 'SEABEE RE UPS E02 David M. Harbin of the HAS Pub

WINGS Although he has been collecting flight time lie Works Department's Transportation Division reenlistedfor

for the past twenty years, AFCM Samuel A. Baker of the Air PROTESTANTAll an additional six years on Feb. 18. Lt. L. L. Newman,

Operations Maintenance Department, officially received his Mini's Impel Civil Engineer Corps officer of the air station, administered

"wings of gold" Feb. 20. J,,Cdr. J. R. Beddard, AOMD main the oath to Harbin who received a bonus of $5,200 for ship

tenance officer, makes thef pf&saht; tion at morning, quarters SUNDAY ping ver.Editorial.
In the hanger. 11Ex'7Navy
*'iHOTZlli VJJ jc Bldg. #722

A Prayer Divine Bldg.Worship#750 Service10. View Points 4 j'

Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m. __
Bldg. #722.

TUESDAYSenior .L.C.--for Credit
By Helen D. Kennedy
Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.
Almighty God
Mho set the boundaries for might waves and surging tide, Bldg. 750 As spring draws near thoughts turn not to love as in the old
Be with our men who ride the sea in ships.In THURSDAYSenior adage of a young man's fancy, but to home improvements -- a new
Choir Rehearsal 7 car, new clothes or perhaps a new color TV. Take fair warning,
times like these that try men's souls, 0 anchor them in Thee. p.m.
Chart a safe course for them Dear Lord, 0 bring them safelj-to home-port Bldg. #750 however, and proceed with care.
again. Junior Choir Rehearsal- p.m. Before a person takes on any additional debts or payments, he
Loving Protector Bldg. 750 should add up his fixed expenses to be sure that he doesn't over-

Hover o'er the might Jerse>"'s decks, 'as she sails South China seas. Young Adult Club 7:30 p.m. load his budget with more installment payments than it can stand.It .
BattJestarred'eteran Bldg. 722Christian is better to wait and save enough money to make the purchase,
of two bitter wars, resurrected bastion of Uberty-
Science Service8:00p.m. : or use a charge account on which there is no carrying charge,
Place a tent of Thy Heavenly protection 'round about her.
Bldg. # 750.r than to acquire additional time payments.The .
Bear we pray both ship and crew, safe upon the "Everlasting arms.
for military men and women who can't pay their
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Our Fa ther.Remember ,
ITraffic debts or who deliberately default on a contracted debt maybe
those who glide within the teeming ocean's depths,
more severe than they are for the general public. This is especially -
Shut in upon themselves, away from sun, and wind, and sky; of for failure
{ J true in the case career personnel, to pay
O grant special portion of Thy Love and Grace to meet the just debts is a military offense and could lead to disciplinaryaction
Awesome pressures of the deep. 0 walk the cooridors with them! -- even to court-martial.

O Lord, A- If you plan to purchase something new on credit this spri g--
For those who launch their great winged birds from sprav-swept decks | Violations \IThe think--for when a man 'in service becomes a poor credit risk it
May guardian angels fly beside, them wing to wing upholding them. can damage his entire career; he may not get the security clear-
O hold the ripcord Lord, of plunging parachute, and bear its ance or the assignment he needs for a job leading to promotion.And .
Precious cargo gently earthward in the hollow of Thy hand. following is a report of in the end, the man who overextends his credit winds up with
Dear God, motor vehicle accidents and traffic fewer material things in life which he and his family want.
For all of these we pray, keep their bodies strong, violations for the period Feb. After making his installment payments a person who has used
Their minds alert, their courage high, their faith in Thee. 11- Feb. 17.Number. his credit unwisely discovers he doesn't have enough left over to
of Accidents
Fill the homesick void in hearts torn from loved ones with pay the rent -- much less the groceries the family needs.
This Week . . 9
Thy dear self. Be very real, and near, and dear to them. Worst of all, the man too deeply in debt has no peace of mind;
Total accidents this
He thank you Lord for brave men such as these.ho in time of need year throughFeb. his efficiency on the job is destroyed, and even his marriage can
17 . . 39
be soured
Perform so splendidly. Be merciful to them, protect them Lord, Number of by financial woes.

From bursting bomb, speeding torpedo, and flaming oily wave. Feb. 68 accidentsthrough. . . .67 When the coming of spring and buying fever strikes -- don't let
Guide guard, 0 bring them safely the arms of those the>' love again. Total number of days since last it make you a bad credit risk. (AFPS)

Mighty Creator, injury in'a motor vehicle accident -
Thou who hast placed a "measure.of faith" in every heart . . . 116 The
Increase that faith, teach them to lean, lean hard on Thee. Number of Violations) Neglected
And may they feel a warm robe of heaven-sent assurance born of This Week

The heartfelt prayers of family, friends, and grateful countrymen. This week . ... . 93 L.J. McDonald, CDR, CHC USN
(Ed. Note: Mrs. Kennedy, a bedridden woman in her early 60s with many Speeding . . . 40
problems of her own, has Impressed us with her deep and sincere concernof Reckless Driving . 6 When a small boy saw a Bible, not too recently dusted, lying on a
all servicemen. About a lear ago she wrote the following stirring poem Going through a stop sign. 6 shelf in his home, he asked his mother whose book it was. "It
for the men Vietnam.. Of the poem she said, "There was so much I wantedto Other violations .'. . 45 is God's book, she said. "Well," the boy commented, "Don't you
think we should return it? Nobody seems to read it here!I"
express. I have never felt that Navymen got as much credit for their 43 drivers appeared before the
The small boy is right. The Bible continues be the world's
service as Airmen and the foot soldier. I prayed about it. I hope it will be Traffic Hearing Board on Feb. best to
meaningful to the reader. He think it K, Mrs. Kenned)'.) 20. Disposition of the cases included seller, and the least used in many cases. Bibles are boughtand
the following: 6 lost 'driv- kept almost as if they had some magic protection about them.
ing and parking privileges aboard Bought and then neglected! It has been said that if all the neglected

station for various periods; 21 Bibles were dusted :simultaneously, we would have a record dust
I. Buy U.S. Bonds l were assigned to complete an storm which would eclipse the sun for a whole week.
eighthour'course' in remedial The important thing about the Bible is that through it one can come
driving 15 received suspensions; to know God through Christ. The event is more important than the
2 were. given warnings; 7 were record. That means that Christ is more important than the Bible.
Club Schedules But, the Bible is still our best of
dismissed; 26 were fined (U.S. source knowledge about Christ.
Commissioner); and 4 referredto your Most life.books fill a library, the Christ of this book can fill a place in

commanding officers for pos-
Officer's Club seafood, Fridayand sirloin steak, sible disciplinary action.37 drivers -
Entertainment 'at the O' Club Saturday. were assessed 97 traffic

includes a "Sing-a-Long" Wednesday Acey Deucy points.
frpm 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. VW 4 COMMAND CHANGE iAx: A.IR ME.WS
in the Main Brace and "Jean at The Acey Deucy will be closed
\ the Organ" Sundays, Tuesdaysand today until 3 p.m., for inventory. (Continued from Page I)
Thursdays: in the River Weekend entertainment guests
the The
Lounge from 6 to 10 p.m. are UT mmy',C" tomorrow. and Eagles. J AX. AIR NEWS Is a CiuUfan Enterprise Newspaper
.." Tuesdays and Thursdays is Saturday, Friday night"The,Fate .The guest speaker at the ceremony .- distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval' Air Station,
"Beefeaters Night" from 6 to 9 3" will be in the Blue Room and will be RAdm. Donald G. '1aclrsonlJiUe, Florida ,by the Holt Publishing
p.m. Wednesday, Is "Steak "The Five Clubs" will ,be on Irvine, commandant of the Naval private firm. All, Copy submitted for use in Company A'IR a
Night", Friday is "Fish and state Sunday. District, Washington, D.C. Be- NEWS must be forwarded to the Public nffile
Chips, Saturday is the Champagne Fleet Reserve fore taking his post he was Cdr. : NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 Affairs Bo%
Cush's officer ; noon Oft Monday before pub
Special" and Sunday is the commanding as on. News items
"Family Buffet ". "The Good Timers"will pro- Commander Naval Force,Korea/ pone 772. 3118 are welcomed'from all sources Te'e'
vide music to dance by beginningat Chief of the U.S. Naval Advisory or 3119.

CPO Club 9 p.m. tomorrow, at the FRA Group Republic of Korea. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and
'There'will be a special served on Collins Road.- Menu specialsfor While stationed in Korea, Cdr, concerning such should be directed to queries
in the dining room Mondays, the Friday is a seafood Cush earned the Joint> Services The .Holt :
Tuesdays and Wednesdays. platter. Commendation 'Medal for outstanding Jacksonville Publishing Company 1950 Blanding B vd.
Weekly menu specials include Other entertainment specials service. He also holds Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755
prime rib roast Sunday; fried include "Bud Davis and the the Armed Forces Expeditionary VOL. 26 NO.
chicken Tuesday:?; rib eye steak, Tunesters" Saturday night and Medal; the National Defense Me- 47 FEBRUARY 27, 1969 ,
Wednesday; pizzas, Thursday; "The 8 Balls" Sunday. dal; and the China Service Medal.


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CVW-10 Comes Home From Asia //

NAS CECIL Carrier Air Air Wing 10 didn't seem notice En route home, the found time SMALL BUT TALL... "Fighting ',I" and CVff-IQ come home
Wing 10, along with squadrons 36, the difference, and performed for liberty in Sydney, Australia, from war. '
66 and 106, are back home following like they had all the planes and Wellington, New Zealand and Rio
their third combat deploy- all the launch room in the world, De Janiero.
in WestPac aboard the "But Norfolk the best
ment according to a spokesman. was port
"Fighting I", the USS Intrepid. Commanded by Commander of all," said the spokesman.
Flying A-4s off the smallest J.lI. Chalbeck, the Air Wing stood "Homeport is always best."
class aircraft carrier in operation four line periods aboard the"Ol- After 90,000 sea miles,the"I" =
--Intrepid is a submarine dest and the Best," as the I-men was home. The Cecilmen had a F 1.rtr 1.
hunter, not an attack flattop -- call her, within the eight-month bit further to come, but they're

deployment. home now. if i,



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February 27,,' 1969

Jax Personnel Attending JL 1 PromotionPlan

Management Conference Being

.. RevisedEditor's
Eleven Jacksonville area officers agement Jacksonville.Other .
S and civilian employees areS speakers and a film and ( Note: This is the sev-
among the more than 100 persons workshops were also scheduledfor enth in a series of articles on
j attending a Navy Manpower Monday's opening of the week- the revised Merit Promotion Pol
Management Institute this week long institute.
I.. at the Naval Training Device Civilian and military managers
( Center in Orlando. from bases in 10 southeasternstates Competitive promotion proce-
dures to all
A look at Manpower Manage- the Canal Zone and Guantanamo -
; ment as viewed by Congress and Bay Cuba were expected except the Civil as otherwise Service Commission.permitted by
\, current trends in Civilian Man- to attend.
" They also apply to certain other
power Management were among MaJ. Gen. William E. Potter actions.
the topics presented during the vice-president of Disney World placement
One of the complaints of
opening session Monday. will address the institute attendees em-
has been that sometimes
, ployees
Welcoming addresseswere at a dinner tonight at
livered by Capt. J.N." Miller the Training Center's Officers 6 persons are brought in from
" CO of the Naval Training De- Club. J Other agencies who are not as
vice Center;" Capt. Enders P. Jacksonville area attendees include t employees already in

\ Huey commander of the Naval J.I. Bellinger Jr., equal FINAL CHECK -- Mrs. Riemka Watkins (r) legal office supervisor the agency.the revised
z Training Center; and John S. employment opportunity assistant goes through the office files a final time with Mrs. Under if promotion
director of the NAS Jax T.L. Boehmer policy however apersonfrom
", Burton regional ;
after almost 28
Watkins is scheduled to retire tomorrow yearsof
, another agency (or a former
office of Civilian Manpower Man- quality control specialistNARF,
T.L. Chastain management technician federal service here at the air station. employee eligible for reinstatement -

Job Openings NAS Jax; J.F. Cohoon, ) is being considered for a
computer specialist NAS Jax; Legal Secretory Retiring After higher grade job he maybe, selected -
W.H. Gentry general foreman only if he is as well qual-
Announced I NARF LCdr. V.D. Johnson ified as agency employees eli-
management services officer and 28 Years Federal Service HereThe gible for promotion to the jobs.In .
Merit promotion opportunities comptroller NARF: G. Kresta- sojne instances employees
currently open for receipt of applications lude engineering services superintendent below the full performance level
are listed below. The NARF; LCdr. G.W. Naval Air Station was nota high quality in, her ,work He of the jobs and are given assignments -
area of consideration and the Loll communications officer year old when Riemka Wat- said "Over the years she has and training to prepare
closing date of each are shown. NAS Jax; A.F. Mainwood supervisor kins began working here in 1941. maintained consistent and out- them for the higher level work.
MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade ,reaction engine section Tomorrow almost 28 years later -, standing performance ratings. These are jobs with "knownpro-
levels GS-4 and below; MPB No. NARF; LCdr. C.A. Wilkerson Mrs. Watkins will retire He also stated that her record motion potential. Examplesare
79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled planning officer Supervisor of from federal service. contains many letters of commendation trainee and understudy jobs.
positions pay level seven and below Shipbuilding Jax; and Cdr. L.I. Mrs. Watkins beganher careeras from former legal officers Under the revised policy per-
and MPB No. 83-67 PlanB Wood executive officer, NARF. a GS-2 in the Military Personnel and officers of the 6th Na- sons selected for jobs like these
all skilled positions pay Office on July 16, 1941.In val District and COMFAIRJAX.The generally must be chosen either
level seven and above. Area Insurance May 1945 she transferred to Jacksonville native re from a civil service register or
of consideration: NAS NARF the NAS Legal Office where she called the eight other legal officers under competitive promotion
NARTU COMFAIRJAX.AETU- has served ever since. she has served. She con- procedures. After this initial
LANT, ,Naval Hospital Navy Application During her tour at the legal siders the years she has spent merit competition for entranceto
Commissary Stores Navy Re- office Mrs. Watkins rose to a with the legal office both reward the jobs employees may be
cruiting Station Disease Vector Available GS-7 rating and served in nu- ing and enjoyable. She said she advanced to the full performancelevel
Control Center and Resident merous posts along the way. Her has had the opportunity to meet without further competitionwith
Storage Office Jacksonville.Applications Most employees of the station duties have encompassed court many people and particularlyen- other employees. This is
for these positions will who are not covered by both reg- reporting claims and legal as- joyed working with lawyers. called a career promotion.
be accepted at any time. A separate ular and optional group life insurance sistance. In addition to her sec- Friends and co-workers of These procedures assure that
application must be filed programs may now applyto retarial and administrative duties Mrs. Watkins will meet in the all employees receive fair con-
for each position in which in- participate according to the Mrs.. Watkins has servedas Oriental Room of the; NAS Officers sideration for assignments that
,' terested. Civil Service Commission.A the legal office supervisorin *,Club tomorrow::-at noon to a rel, intended to lead to' promotion -
'MPB( No. 5-69 Industrial Engineer year has passed since these the past few years. bid her farewell as she ends and allow systematic and
GS-5 7, 9, and 11. Areaof programs first became available LCdr. W. Scott Allen NAS her career. equitable career programs.
consideration:Nationwide.Ap- with employees electing to enrollin legal officer said Mrs. Watkinsis
plications for thispositionwillbe the regular life insurance only extremely adaptable and high-
accepted until the needs of the to enroll in both regular and optional ly competent and always has a
service are met. one rages, or declining to MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll
MPB( No. 14-69 Supervisory enroll in either program.
Personnel Staffing, Specialist, Application for coverage previously ated Trooping in the days the colors when mercen-origin Ranks All AgesLOW
GS-13 and MPB No. 15-69 Medical declined may be made aries were used. The men used
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Navy League of the United Marine Corps officer or enlistedman
States is now accepting, for or civilian for outstanding
consideration, nominations for literary contribution which has
the six military and one civilian advanced the knowledge of the Importance -
Queen Protege Prep award presented at their annual 'Of sea power in the
convention.; United States; and the Robert M.
The League's objective is to Thompson Award -- presented
develop and maintain public interest a civilian, government official,
in the Navy and its missions retired Navy or Marine officeror
Local Distaffers on Golf GameThe and to offer cooperationand enlisted manfor personal con-
:) assistance in all matters tribution towards furthering the

tending to enhance the Navy's ef- importance' of sea power.Nominations "__r>

NAS golf course Tuesdaywas Of" course"Mr.. Twain never hit pion and followed that victory ficiency.Toward this end, the Navy Lea- copies) should beforwardeddirectly (original and six-

the site of an informativeand the ball like Patty Berg either I with 83 more pro wins. gue has in past years presented to: Board of Awards, Navy
entertaining afternoon of golf Patty, who maintains her age Following her clinic, the awards at their annual con- League of the United States, 818
instructions by the "grand gal"of is 39 (a la Jack"Benny), was Minneapolis born wit of the ladies ventions to individuals who have Eighteenth St., NW, Washington,
the ladies professional tour, instrumental in forming the modern golfing world, played nine holes made significant contributions in D._C.
Patty Berg. day Ladies professional and put into action what she specific fields of endeavor.The Nominations
be received
Patty arrived at the course Golfer's Association in 1946. As preaches in her clinic; "finish awards are: theJohn Paul by the must
with a bag full of Wilson golf their first president Patty high and let it fly --, and see Jones Award. presented to a for board prior to March 15
consideration. Awardswillbemade
clubs as well as a bag full of obligingly became its first cham- your pro today.?* Navy or Marine Corps officer for
in .
gags as she kept her audience .... inspirational leadership; the May.Veterans
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captivated and in a gay mood Adm. Claude V. Ricketts A **********
throughout her hour clinic. FI1r '
ward -- presented to a Navy enlisted and:) surviving dependents -
Traveling with Patty on her man for inspirational lead of deceased veterans
tour Is Jan Ferraris who won ership; the General Gerald C. prise almost half the populationof
honors in 1966 as Ladies Rookieof Thomas Award -- presented to a the U.S.
the Year on the pro tour. Both Marine Corps enlisted man for
ladies demonstrated every golf inspirational leadership; the
shot in the bag with precision t brR r. Radm. William S. Parsons A-
accuracy that only the pros seemto *0 aj. ward -- presented to a Navy or
possess. In making the cor- T \ Marine Corps officer or enlistedman :
rect shot Patty explained that the or civilian for an outstanding -
golfer should know what causes contribution in the field of
the common dubs, slices, and science. .. Dhitre
hooks that most linksters fight
French Fries, Roil & Slaw
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between shots, personable presented to a Navy or Marine $ 15 85
Patty told tales of golfing experiences Corps officer or enlisted man for | |
with many of the an outstanding contribution;inthe
greats, men and women; and course of actual naval operations, 4 pieces 2 plocoi
she's played with the best. Miss "p14: which has advanced the readinessand in BOXES-BUCKETS-BARRELS

Berg quipped that she some- competence the Naval Ser- TOOt4621"SAN /
times has to agree with what vice; the Alfred Thayer Mahan SEAFOOD
Mark Twain once remarked when I TOLD SNEAD-Patty Berg keeps her gallery In a light mood Award -- presented to a Navy or JUAN AVE. 4-2386

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exceptionally fine per- tremely important and time con- Bond, Somogyi and his family :.
; formance of duty active participation suming details involved in this will receive a trip to St. Augus- .
f in civic activities as well assignment. In addition to the tine sponsored by the USO. ,iI1
i as his achievement as an aviator normal duties of his rate So- ********** -1
have resulted in Michael R. So- mogyi prepares his students for AEC Arthur D. Haynes instructor '
mogyi being named "Serviceman,, advancement in rate, counsels at AEA) School was < j
( of the Quarter" for the period them on a myriad of problemsboth graduated with honors from the
Oct. 1 through Dec. 31, 1968at personal and military, and Naval Air Training Command
: the Naval Air Technical Training performs many duties normally Chief Petty Officers' Academyon J
; Center. This honor was bestowed assigned a division officer. Feb. 7. He was one of 58 -lL' IL ,
upon him in a ceremonyin Petty Officer Somogyi's off chiefs who attended the academyat /AuT _
Capt R.P. Kline's office on duty hours are devoted to his the Naval Air Station, Pensa- tl t
( .Feb. 17. family and church. A staunch cola. His overall average was l
c As Class Advisor for AEA) member of his church, he regularly 87.45.
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t Class 832, Somogyi, an Aviation teaches Sunday School The Navy's only academy for Wz
Electrician's Mate First Class and works with young servicemen chief petty officers is designedto ,
has clearly demonstrated strong of his faith: renew in them a full aware- i
leadership and supervisory In addition to the Letter of ness of their responsibilities ;
adeptness in executing the exMARINES- Appreciation and $50 Savings through instruction in military
matters, the causes and effectsof
world tensions, and the prin- .

JdX ciples ship.The and period techniques of instruction of leader-.includes ii ; % Et {'

t five weeks of intensive Y
I By LCpl. P.D. Edwards training, and is divided into two
areas, performance and aca-
demics. Performance includes J
attention to detail and leadership .JI
Capt. W.R. Lane was formally GySgt Richard Kinnel fired a abilities while academics covers "'
promoted to his rank Monday at 2529 with 74 bulls eyes to win world affairs, leadership, military \1',
the Marine Aviation Detachment.His the Master title. SSgt Robert justice and administration. .
new bars were pinned on by Partridge shot a 2435 with 47 The approximately eight classes 1.t
his wife, Ann and Major MauriceA. direct hits to win the Expert a year concentrate onstudies, AWARD WINNER -- AEI Michael Somogyi, class advisor for
Holder command executive Class. SSgt Partridge won his formations and drill. The AEA) Class 832, was named Serviceman of the Quarter for 1
officer. Center Fire round with an 811 school's emphasis is on team- the period Oct. I through Dec. 31, 1968 .at the Naval Air '
Capt. Lane is currently serv- of a possible 900. work whether in studies or in Technical Training Center Feb. 17.
ing as the command adjutantand BasketballThe recreation.
legal officer he became an **********
officer through the Temporary MAD Big Red basket- The Aviation Electrician's {
Officer Program in 1966 after ball team had to win last weekto Mate School, Class A, is finally
serving rearly 19 years as an keep the pace and win they batting 1,0001! Class 901 won the [WJQ JQ $JAWR @ m@ tID I
enlisted Marine. did. Presently in a three day competition for Honor Class for I
Top StudentA tie for second in the National the week of 10 through Feb. 14
League of the NATTC Intramural with a perfect score of 1,000.
Meritorious Mast for finish- League with the Bombers and All ,11,
ing first in Aviation Ordnance Americans the MAD five had to
: School Class 841 was presented stop the league leading Celticsto
i last week to Cpl Sidney TrudeaU. offset wins by their two running .- u.. .
; Corporal Trudeau completed the mates : ; r ;
course with an' 88.5: for the' The Bombers and All Americans ,
y 18-week course top man ahead each took a win from the H (gourmetClub
4 of 44 marines and sailors. Turkeys 48-37 and 49-41 respectively _
But.the two of them meet
this week and someone must fall..
Pistol ResultsAt The Reds avenged an earlier
loss to the Celtics with a four (! :
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Pistol Club match two MAD pulling down some crucial rebounds -
shooters won the Grand Aggra- and Rich Dobler's 17
gate Matches in their respec- points the Marines were able to
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All those with special. powers interior decoration proceeds N y e 5Y tistry Program will begin sche-
for propitiating the meteorolo- slowly are curtains and partial i1 d j ,, k..K,6 duling appointments Monday for
gical gods please report to the completion of the linoleum floor- r eligible children whose sponsors
Sailing Club; bring your own paint ing. There's more to, be done -- birth month is March.
and feathers. We still intend to all willing hands welcome.Sprang f Children of active duty and retired -
have working parties and sailing winds bring very faint rumors of military personnel who are
lessons on Saturdays; there are more improvements. The unwary bon fide dependents between the
still races at the Florida Yacht driver no longer risks_ being ages of six and 23 will be eligible
Club every other Sunday; and sucked into the mire-in front of for treatment.
don't.forget the picnic supper before the clubhouse since special ser- Appointments may be made by
the next meeting. That's vices has roped off our private the sponsor or spouse at the Den
March 5, 5:30 to 7:30: p.m. -- bog. There have been number tal Department Appointment Desk
see you at the clubhouse. of red faces watching their cars during normal working hours. At
Although Sunday was not a towed from the ooze by a fran- that time they will be given a
sailing man's dream races were tically summoned tractor in the definite: appointment and furnished -
held. NJSC members Jensen, past. Do be careful on our foot- CONGRATULATIONS During VP 45' recent awards cere- materials and instructionsNo
Carter' and Sturm'finished inthat bridge; it. needs a bit of repair mony Cdr. ". H. Saunders CO presents (I to r) ANSI J. E. telephone appointments will
.., order in the Bantam class. In and has resulted in at least one Coalter AW2 R. L. Sykes. and AW3 D. A. Hlgg Good Conduct be made.
I the cruiser class 'Dave Sharpe sprained ankle. And don't let Medals. Each child will receive anoral
took 'a first and a third George your children (adults take heed health examination an application -
Coyne two seconds. If this as well) cross the ditch except Award of a substance to inhibit tooth
sounds like a tie, join us and by the bridge. The green grass Red Darts Hold decay.
we'll :initiate you into the esoteric is deceptive and oovers ankle-
process of scoring a race deep black mud. So welcome to SPACIOUS PEACEFUL
as well as the wild intricaciesof our next session of early spring- Ceremony in ThailandPatrol MARSHALL ACRES
racing rules. time fun and games. 9359 103rd Street
1 Recent additions added as our Squadron Forty Five ron plaque. Jacksonville's newest &
held an awards ceremony Feb. most modern mobile home
Rate advancement certificates -
4 for personnel assigned were presented to AEI W.K.
Club HappeningsBy squadron's detachment in U-Ta- Smith and AZ3 G.A.Major.Smith your inspection. Large' 44 x
! pao Thailand. Cdr. W.H. Saun- 75' lots.
also received aircrewman wings
ders commanding officer of the ONLY $35
from Lt. G.T. Lang, his plane PER MO.
Mrs. W. C. Anderson Red Dart Squadron presided. commander. Aircrewman wings Swimming pool tennis court
I First to be recognized was also were presented to AX2 R.M. shuffleboard court 0 0 Q
I VP-45 Red
AE3 R.C. Corlew,
Tte Navy Wives Club Jax 86 Jax 86 was happy to welcomea For Everett by his plane commander pit picnic built for your en-
Month. being
Dart of the
held their monthly social educa- new member Mrs. Alfred Pe- memberof LCdr. J.O. Hall. Joyment. Act Today! call:
selected the outstandng
tion meeting Feb. 19at7:30p.m., trosky. the squadron for January Cdr. Saunders then awarded
S. Martin Manager
with short business meeting The clubs activities for the F.
a Petty Officer Corlew received Good Conduct Medals to AMSI
preceeding. month of March consist of the special liberty, an "R&R" tripto J.E. Coalter AW2 R.L. Sykes 359 2924For
A new club project was discussed following: March 5 will be a notified Baguio a popular Philippine and .AW3 D.A. Higgs to completethe Full Details
; the making up and distributing business meeting at the
and squad- ceremony.
resort area, a special
of "Brides Packages"for Compton Hall Club House at 7:30 .
new navybrides. These pack- p.m. A club house spring clean-

ages will contain among other ing will be held on March 10, ,
things, a list of all family service 11, 12 between the hours of 9a.m. '
centers world wide maps, and 1 p.m. March 18 will T>e
navy background pamplets hospital the clubs monthly luncheon beginning j :.
information and other thingsto at noon in the Compton .. .
help a new comer to our navy Hall Club House. March 19, at
family feel more at home in her 7:30 p.m. will be jthe monthly &t'
new role as the partner of a man social education meeting. March 4 .'
serving the country. 28 a bake sale will be held .. .
The education program for the time and place to be announcednext i. .
evening was 'workshops on audit week. .
conducted by Mrs. Henry Wernet
and points conducted by Mrs. Marine Wives Events
Robert Houghton. A committee boowss.p&aoiAlk.QI
was appointed to further study Marine Officer's Wives
points revisions and represent Club Coffee March 5, 10
them at a later date. The committee a.m. Officer's Club NAS. .
consists of Mrs. Neil For Reservations callDottie
Watson Mrs. Warren Anderson, Rapp 771-1930 or Dorrie
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I "" Movie Schedule .. .'t,... "

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Movjes will be shown nightlyat SUNDAY, March 2 ,Want Ad_

the NAS Theater 7:30 .,.
at p.m. NAS: v?:'?. .a' X /
s / A f
There will also be a kiddie matinee -, starring
at 2 p.m. Saturday and a regular Brown.
feature at 2 p.m. Sunday ((113 ) 4 Ads should f e mailed tc the Holt Publishing Company
and holidays.The 1950 Blending Bird. Jacksonville. Florida. 32210. to arrive
CECIL not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Hospital Theater willhaveone : day. Ads arriving' too late for this deadline'will be publishedhe
nightly feature at 7 p.m.Cecil { { following! week unless the publisher is instructed other
Field will have two nightly wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
shows during the week at 5:30 NAS: be received KITH 1 the copy for the ad

and 8p.m. Matinees will be shownon starring
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. quel DO NOT SEND CASH
Drama. ( ) R RATE: Minimum charge ((3 (lines). ,.. ". '. . .12.00
.Ratings: A-Adults;, G-General Per additional line ((4 word per line;. . .0.50
Audience; M-Mature Youth; S- SUN"

Superior; E-Excellent; VG-Very CECIL ..
Good; F-Fair; CNA-Class Not WORE -

THURSDAY, Feb. 27 AFFAIR"l 3 BR, 1, 1 1/2 & 2" baths $iob) By Owner Lg. 3 BR. 2 BA.
NAS: down as low as $65 month. Callus Den. 3 mins. to NAS. Va. 4 3/4%/
NAS"BOSTONSTRANGLER"starri NERAL" for up to date lists that will Mtg. $115 Mo. pays all. Must
Tony Curtis and Henry Volonte be mailed without obligation. see to appreciate. 7318 Coral
Fonda. Color Drama. A/S ((116 Action ( ) VANSANDT REALTY 387-1213. Sea Rd. 384-4397. "

WORE BLACK" starring Jeanne CECIL Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean $65 Mo. Elec. Equip. Kit. Conv.
Moreau and Charles Denner. AND modern trailers & Apts. 389- to NAS & Bus Line. 4340 Baltic.
Color Mystery Drama. A-M/G 3007.
((107 mins.)

AND TIlE PUSSYCAT" starringAnn SEAU" :! tree, but Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10 Canopy Covered Pickup. $650.
Margret and Vitorio Gass- Frank lovely acres & larger. Terms. Ph. 724-8159 eve.
man. Color Comedy. A/VG ((115 medy. ( ) model Pam 282-5272 or 282-5224.
mins.) Petersburg FOR SALE
FRIDAY, Feb. 28 lie to make STEREO 1964 Saab Wagon. Good Cond.
CECIL Just cut RADIO COMBINATIONSOLID $350. Call 387-4978.
FAIR" starring Steve McQueenand fully automatic intermix stereo 63 CHEVY BELAIR
Faye Dunaway.Color Drama. changer with automatic cut off Exc. Cond. R/H Reverb. New
A/E ((102 mins.) OPEN SUNDAY and dual sapphire needles. 2 tires. Best offer 781-1579.
HOSPITAL: "BOSTON STR- ,months old. Pay balance of $63.
ANGLER" or $8.50 per month. Phone 353- WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear
CECIL FIELD: "SKI FEVER" 1946 ANYTIME, ask for Credit NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of
starring Marty Milner and Clau- Manager. Will deliver, without Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn.
dia Martin. Color Drama. GIG obligation. A -1 MUSIC CENTER Apts. Newly painted, 2 Br., LR,
((93 mins.) 1606 Main St. Jax, Fla. Kit Furn. Nook 2 Car parking

SATURDAY March I 100% GUARANTEE Water, Sewage & Garbage Includ.
HOUSE FOR SALE Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call

NAS: "PAPER LION" starr- We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In Ortega Hills area, 3 Br., 2 Ba., 387-2541, nites or weekends call
ing Allen Alda and Lauren Hut- pertton. Then we tuned up tightened, and replaced everythingthat Built-in range, paneled den. Mo. 3890744.
ton. Color Comedy Drama. G/E needed it. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or Pymt. $114. 388-6147.
((107 mins.) replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS
miles. Come on in and double check.
HOSPITAL: "BOSTOM ST.R- 3 SINGERS $15 Your Parts & Service Center
CECIL FIELD: "TIlE BRIDE ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE .. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM warehouse, good condition, 2144 Blanding Blvd. 388-0428.

WORE BLACK" 68 COUGAR fully equipped, does everything,
$3095 complete with attachments. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER
SATURDAY MATINEENAS '2 n;..-HT. V-8, AT,PS, .Pact. Air Red, Black Vinyl Top Yours for storage charge only Excel condition, 4 Br., 2 B.Cen-
: "RED TOMAHAWK" $15. Call 353-1946 anytime. Will tral A/C & Heat. Redwood fence.
starring Howard Keel and Joan 68 BUICK SKYLARK $2995 deliver no obligation. 1606 Rolling Hills area 781-3680 any-
Caulfield. Color Western, plus 2 Dr.-HT Fact., Air Cond., V-8, PS, AT, Blue Main Street. time.
would like to become a
(t) 2 Dr. HT V-8. AT PS Fact. Air Vinyl Top If you Special Deluxe Sta.Wagon. Arctic
Disc Jockey, Newscaster or
68' CHEVROLET IMPALA $2750 nouncer. A recorded message by White. Luggage carrier, a/cond,
R&H, Excel cond. $475. Cdr.
I Caviness tells how.
tte( lIaEdO 2 Dr. HT Fact. Air Cond., V-8, AT, PS White Tom Ph. 355-4834. you Chalbeck, Home ext. Cecil 8304,

or Bus. ext. 540.

)( 4 Dr. HT. V-8, AT, PS, Fact. Air Blue Blue Vinyl Top Houses & Apts. Equity VA & 69 VOLVO 142S
FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. Auto trans. 3000 mi. 737-1709.
68 FORD GALAXIE 500 $ 2695 Call Powell or Mills, USN

4 Dr. HT, Fact., Air Cond. V-8, AT, PS, Red. Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park RARE JET BLACK STANDARD
Realty. Military-Free Notary. poodles. Champion Blood Linens
*CHICKM 67 PLYM.. FURY III $1995 and Temperament. 7837 San Jose

4 Dr. HT V-S. AT, PS Fact. Air, Blue BRAND NEW Blvd. Phone737..0853after5p.m.
1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma-
tNN/AlP 67 DODGE DART $ 1850 chine, Left in Layaway Balance
$34.50 Cash or $6 Mo. RETIRE NEAR'SEBRING
4 Dr. Sedan Air Cond., P.S. A.T. Blue fc Whit
6437 Wilson Blvd., Phone 771- Lge. lakeside lot.Assessed value
TWOS 66 FORD GALAXIE 500 $1745 8211. Delivery with obligation. $8000. Clear title. 264-2640.

4 Dr., HT, Air Cond., V-8, A.T. P.S. White ZIG ZAG FOR $43 1960 PORSCHE S-90 ROADSTER
1 03rd & Blanding Center SEWING MACHINE Original $1100, 5000 miles on rebuilt eng.
771-7970 66 DODGE CORONET $1595 Guarantee, Zig Zags, makes Mich X tires. Am-FM-SW radio.
buttonholes, sews on buttons, Needs work.
4 Dr., Sedan, V-8. A.T. P.S. White
FOR FASTER SERVICE! decorative designs, monograms, 384-4915.
etc. Just pay balance $43, at
65 BUICK SKYLARK $1550 $8 per month. Phone 353-

Sport Cpe. V-8. AT Fact. Air White 1946 Anytime. Will deliver, no
obligation. A -1 Sewing MachineCo.
itcfJuanevilas 66 MUSTANG $1450 1606 Main St. Jax: Fla. .
2 DV. HT,Automatic Trans., White
67 VW SEDAN ":.' $1495 GOLDEN SEW 1
) / Radio flk Heater White Makes buttonholes, fancy patterns LIFESAVING > '
i blind hems. Bal. $41 : J

65. VW SEDAN $1195 cash or 6437$7 mo.Wilson Blvd.
Son Joan at N/W/cfe Radio & Heater.
Phone 771 8211
Phone 384 4406
OVER 50 VOLKSWAGENS TO CHOOSE FROM Delivery with no obligation. IN

1 J. 2, Cf 3 Bedrooms HELP WANTED ARED

Garden Type Apartmentswith Married E'4s & above, are you
Country WESTSIDE .having trouble rnaking ends meet?
Kitchens equipped with G-E We can work your hrs. In with CROSSCOURSE
Ranges & Refrigerators your duty schedule. Ph. 264-
.'Individual Air Conditioningand VOLKSWAGEN INC. 6485 after 5 p.m.FURNISHED.
Heating by G-E ,

_Drapes 19 furnishedWall Wall Carpeting and 1150 LIB AM., S*. Hut 711-5511 4340 Baltic St. 3 Rm.APT.cottage,

Large Swimming Pool Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM elec. equip. Conv. to NAS &bus
line. $65 Mo.

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I Cecil In I : .

VA-1S Changes Skippers In Med ,

ABOARD THE USS FORRES- has also performed Instructor Daly, as the Twenty-Third
TAL Commander RichardG. duty at NAS Whiting Field and "Valion" Skipper, takes command '
Daly became the Commanding at the U.S. Naval Post Graduate of a squadron with a long
Officer of Attack Squadron 15 School Monterey. Cal., and has and colorful history, Commis-
during recent Change of Command served on the Staffs of COM- sioned over twenty-six years ago
ceremonies held VA-15 was originally a torpedo
FORRESTAL (CVA-59)). Daly, ELEVEN. A veteran of over 200 squadron flying SBD's. Since .

"Valion" Executive Officer since combat missions in Vietnam he then, the squadronhas made nine .
e February 1968 relieved JamesM. teen major deployments and has
has been awarded three Distin-
1 r Snyder. Snyder will report engaged in combat operations
for duty with the Coif of Naval guished Air Fying i Medals CrossesTwentyfive and three Navy- against the Germans in North

Operations in Washington D.C. Commendation Medals. A nativeof Africa, the Japanese on Leyte

t' Daly, a 1953 graduate of the Mobile, Ala., he resides with and Luzon and most recently
Naval Academy, has served withVA12 his wife Marilyn in quarters at against targets in Vietnam. Pre-
$ : VA-142, and<<;l VA-144. He NAS Cecil Field. Mediterranean.sently the squadron 1$ in the


r -f Navy Jets Active Above RVN

Jets from Carrier Air Wing 15 as A7 Corsair pilots from Attack II11
bombed enemy targets in Squadron 105 dropped their
northern and central I Corps yesterday 2000-pound bombs on it. "The
striking occupied posi- smoke and dust was so thick we
tions and cutting off two supply couldn't get a good assessment
points according to Forward Air of damage," said Lt. (jg.) PaulM.
Controllers.A Fischar, 27, of Essex Mass.
t single A6 Intruder struck an Strike leader Lt. Cdr. William

automatic weapons site, an assembly R. Zipperer 35, of Nashville
area, and a troop move- Term., reported all bombs on
1 ment in an area from 15 to 57
miles ((24 to 91 km) southeastof two other raids by Kitty
Danang. Hawk Corsairs A7s from Attack -
I-I-- Seventeen miles ((28 km) south- Squadron 37 pounded in

i t east of Hue FACs reported two enemy storage area 28 miles
L x' Y F4 Phantoms destroyed'bunkersin ((45 km) southwest of Hue, and
which "numerous enemy"were Corsair aviators from the same
TO LIEUTENANT COMMANDER. .R. R. Turner, former reported hiding. Two more squadron blasted enemy bunkers
NETS coordinator for Cecil Field, one of the men instru F4s bombed a supply interdic- 29 miles ((47 km) southsouthwestof
mental in a large cost reduction item that earned Cecil Field tion point 49 miles((78 km) south- the citadel city. All ordnancewas
top honors in the Atlantic Fleet for FY 1968 officially sand- east of Danang.A reported on target.F4 .
wiched a halfstripe between the two full stripes already on trio of F4s later hit an infiltration Phantoms from Carrier
his dress blues this week. point 20 miles ((32km) Air Wing 15 struck an enemy
west-southwest of Quant Tri Cty. supply point and cave storage e
The mission was in support of area 52 miles ((82 km) south of
This Sunday March 2, the are welcome; come out and join
club 3rd Marine Division elements.A4 Hue, while two other A4s strucka THESE BOOTS Marine PFC
: Car Club will the rawest car inJacksonville.
University Sports sports. Skyhawks from Air Wing 15 bunker complex 35 miles ((56 Gaetano E. Lisuzzo repairs a
hold a Gymkhana at the Gateway / 0 hit an enemy position a troop km) southwest of Quant Tri. Pilots pair of combat boots at the Gen
Shopping Center. Pits openat **********
concentration and abunkercomplex reported four supply points, eral Supply Maintenance Co.
9:00 a.m. with competition The VA is no longer waiting in the Quang Tri vicinity three bunkers and a cave area Shoe Repair Shop near Da
timing beginning at 1:00: p.m. for young veterans to come and but damage assessment was not damaged. Nang.
Trophies will be available for ask about veterans' benefits but available.In .
each class, for best and worst is contacting them shortly after all, aviators from the air
time. All military personnel they are discharced.
wing flew 14 sorties into South
Vietnam yesterday.Two .
F4s from the carrier Kitty < .
Hawk meanwhile dropped 500-
pound bombs on an enemy stor-
age area 25 miles ((40 km) south-

1111IS [ west of Hue. All bombs were
reported on target.
Aviators from the attack air-
craft carrier USS Kitty Hawk
and Carrier Air Wing 15 struck
enemy positions in South Viet-
: SPACE-SHUSH.NESS* nam's I Corps yesterday as Navy -: ,,(" ,,
warplanes bombarded, enemy
supply points bunkers and stor- \ "
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age areas. '
Pilots from the Kitty Hawk you sign .
-: struck targets in the vicinity of r on the dotted line j I
Hue, dropping 500,1000 and 2000-
*A Word Coined to Tell ,
know ''
bombs what
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SP ACE meaning our extensive lawns and the ply point 25 miles ((40 km) south- Household Finance is that HFC gives you the I
; west of Hue. All ordnance was facts and figures before you borrow. The cost .' '"

', fact that every apartment is a corner apartment. reported on target. of your loan is explained clearly and simply in
An enemy area 2 mileses
storage ,
No corridors at TIKI! You pass no one's door and ((45km) south-southwest of Hue dollars and cents.No extras,no hidden charges, .
was engulfed in dust and smoke no surprises later on. If you need to borrow, o" l
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ComCruDesLanf Ousted

Shoot for Crown
a Gators Tonight;


SubPac or NTC Will Challenge

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By JOSN Brent Kallestad 6-5 stalwart Howard Hassenwith CruDesLant and SubPac stav-
,, 9:51: remaining. Hassen's absence ed off a second half rally by
1Li PhibLant, representing the was a crushing blow for NTC to take an 82-72 win.
Fifth Naval District and the South SubPac and coach John Meyer- The Gators leaped into a big
Atlantic Region, can walk away hoff's run-and-shoot Gators, under lead early in the game and they
1 with the 1969 All Navy cham- floor direction from spark- coasted home with an opening
pionship tonight with a victory. plug Rick Owens, turned on the round victory against the out-
The Gators carry a 42-10 mark offense. matched North Atlantic repre-
; Into tonight's tilt which will see PhibLant led by as many as sentatives.The .
; them gunning for the title against eight points in the waning Gators had five men in
either SubPac-br NTCSanDiego.The minutes, but they were not ableto double figures in their conquestof
TWO.-San Diego's Fred Mims is in control ,all the Gators come Into tonight's gain a comfortable margin and the Chargers. Carl Simpsonled
he dumps in a big hook shot his wayas contest as the only unbeaten team capitalized on their cushion with the losers with 19 points.
Bluejackets the in the tourney. They routed Com- strategic stalling tactics that left SubPac jumped into a 47-28
Newport Chargers Tuesday night. CruDesLant's Chargers, 107-92, the challengng SubPac quintet halftime lead over NTC, but the
in the opening round and slipped mired in their own deficit. Bluejackets roared back and
Fleet Reserve Sets Link TourneyJax past SubPac, 87-81, Tuesday Gangly Floyd Beason scored trailed by four, 66-62, midway
night in a heart-chilling contest 23 points for the talented Gators through the final half. The San
-- The Fleet Reserve As- after the affair ends. before a throng of wildly shreik- while teammates Al Clark and Diego press forced SubPac's
sociation has announced that it Further Information may be Ing fans. Randy Coulling were firing in guards into numerous mistakes
will hold its first annual FRA obtained by calling Branch 91 The winners trailed at halftimeby 15 apiece. and the fired-up west coast entry ",
golf tourney at Cecil Field March at 264 9166 or 264 2833. a pair, 37-35, but they stayed Steve Schlink popped In 25 nearly pulled off a stunning up-
8-9. Tee off time on opening day has with the WestPac entry basket markers for the Raiders;Has sen.
The 36 hole handicap tourney been set at 8 a.m. for basket when the Raiders lost meshed 17 and Pete Newell laced: set.Steve Schlink scored 26 points
will be to FRA members in --- .
open 16 points.In and Howard Hassen 23 for the
local Branches 91, 126 and 290, IIII2 the Tuesday night first winners and Paul Alexander led
according to Cecil Stewart of game NTC San Diego eliminated the losers with 20 markers.San .
Branch 91.Stewan. ComCruDesLant by ripping the Diego met SubPac last
said eight flights are Chargers, 113-86. Reliable night to determine tonight's en-
planned for the tourney and that Fred Mims dumped in 22 for the try against PhibLant. Game timeis
trophies will be given to winners winners while Carl Simpson set for 7 p.m. and if neces-
and 'runners up in each flight. 1 scored 21 for the ousted losers sary the tournament will be decided -
Entry fee will be $5 and Includea Monday night's opening round Friday night at seven

FSU banquet at Golfers the Branch 91 home 1i 1iF saw PhibLant roll over Com- o'clock.Wc'rc2.

Trip LocalsJax .

-- The Jax Navy golf
team hosted a tri-golf meet Fri- I
day at the NAS Golf Course and

honors.came away with second place cinqebratingl
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Golf teams from Florida State \
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University, Jacksonville Univer- ,I
sity and the NAS Jax linksters --, p., '
teed off in the one day event. t
Jim Keedy of FSU fired a one-
under par 71 for the 18 holes
and was medalist In the meet.
FSU also captured team honors 'lot
with a 444. Jax Navy was 23
shots back led by Frank Heyer's "
two-over 74, which gave NASa BIG GEORGE-Bluejacket George Tucker ((55)), all 6-7 of him, : iEE : : ;
four shot victory over JU finish- moved under the hoop and dropped in a two pointer which help. jai
ing with a team total 471. ed his teammates eliminate Newport from the Tourney Tuesday

Each team was represented by
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12 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER February 27, 1969,

Rowser Leads Win

Gators Trip Pensacola: for Title

PhibLant PhibLant ((69)) Fg. Ft. Tp. Pensacola ((62)) Fg. Ft. Tp
Owens 0 2 2 Lynch 6 3 15
Cages Take Rowser 10 1 9.1 Pope 4 3 11 _\ ___
Coulling 4 0 8 Bonner 4 2 10
Beason 3 4 10 Thompson 2 0 4
69.62 WinCoach Clark t 4 0 8 Hostetler 1 1 3 .
: McGee :.. 4 0 8 Mytinger 4 1 9 1
John Meyerhoff's usually Dudley 1 4 6 Hunter 3 2 8
potent Gators played a tremendous Kroll 2
Hatcher 2 2 6 1 0
well-disciplined game 1i-
Friday afternoon to nudge Pen- TOTALS28 13 69 TOTALS 25. 12 62
; sacola's: Goshawks, 69-62, and
claim the 1969 South Atlantic Halftime Score: PhilLant 34 Pensacola 27
Regional Basketball crown. Officials: Hall and Long
PhibLant fell to the Pensa-

cola club Thursday night whichset Champions Runners Up
the stage for, the playoff ,
battle at the NAS gym. It was
the Goshawk's zone defense that

pressured turnovers,the Gators and Friday into several af-- Place on All Tourney. TeamThe

teroon PhibLant went to workon z
that zone. 1969 South Atlantic Re- titlists in the tourney finale. The 1 L
The game was nip-and-tuck gional All-Tournament team selected sharpshooting forward laced 21
in the early going as the winners by sports writers of the markers in sparking PhibLantto P
were working on Pensacola's tenacious Jax Air News includes two members their championship victoryover
PERFECT TOUCH-PhibLant Gator AI Clark leaps to rim
defense, but when Ben each from, the champion- Pensacola.
height as he returns a rebound for a tally as Pensacola Goshawk
and while Ben
Thompson was ejected from that ship runner-up teams "Leaping" Thompson
game with 1:32 remaining in the the fifth player finds himselfin from New York City did every- Trenton Bonner ((34)) can't quite get his hands over Clarkin

first half -- the Gator four-point a familiar spot. thing in the region but take the Friday's Regional Championship.
margin looked pretty safe. PhibLant's Randy Coulling and backboards back with him. The
The Goshawks did manage to Bill Roswer; Pensacola's Ben 6-6 Goshawk star was unques
take the lead in the early goingof Thompson and Bob Lynch, and tionably the top rebounder in a
the final half, but PhibLant's guard Bob Orchid from Chase field that included many top notch
persistence paid off as the eager Field, Texas nailed down honor board men. Why Are So Many
Goshawks were drawn out of their team berths on the basis of their Bespectacled Bob Lynch ran
zone and Bill Rowser staned to play in last week's regional. the Goshawk attack as well as
pour in short jump shots from Coulling at 6-7 proved to be leading the team in scoring. The
the sides. The winners built upa the tournament's most accurate steady Pensacola guard was one Cars Sold In
13-point lead and kept the pres- shooter. The rugged Gatorburn- of the tourney's top outside shoot-
sure on until the final second. ed the nets at an unbelievablepace ers and drivers.
Rowser,finished with 21 points during the tourney with most Chase Field's Bob Orchid rain-
for the victorious Gators. The of his points coming on medium- ed in 102 points in three games Green Cove
6-5 forward from Detroit pumped range jumpers from the side. during the tourney for a 34 ppg Springs
in nine fielders in the final The 6-6 RowseraformerHighSchool average. The quick-firing 6-2
half and that proved to be Pen- All American from bomber led the region in scoring
sacola's undoing. Detroit, was the key man for the last year Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are sold
Pensacola's fine backcourtman in Green Cove Springs, and why there should be so many
.Bob Lynch paced the losers All Tourney Team modern, completely staffed new car franchises in community
with 15 points. of this size? For instance, in what other town of less than

PhibLant took the South Atlantic Name Ht. Wt. Team Hometown 3.000 population will you find offered complete lines of
Region laurels and 40-10 Bill Rowser 6-6 195 PhibLant Detroit, MichiganGlastenbury.Conn. Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, and all other major American auto
record into the All Navy Championships Randy Coulling 6-7 205 PhibLant manufacturers?
here this week.NAVY Ben Thompson 6-6 200 Pensacola New York, N. Y. Since auto tags went on sale May 1, there have been'sold
Bob Lynch 6-1 185 Pensacola Patterson, N. J. in Clay county 13,858 tags. Mr. Geiger, Clay county tax
't 6-2 collector estimates that no more than, 25 cars a year are
Bob Orchid 175 Chase Field Benton, Illinois
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