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February 8, 1968


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Cost Reduction All Hands ,Job Personnel BureauTeam To Brief I

(Editor's Note: Capt. Martin J. Stack,' commanding officer
of NAS Jax, is concerned over the Navy's current Cost Reduction Naval Aviation Officers Wives :
Program, and in the following special message pointsout j
his views on how all hands may aid NAS Jax and the Navyin
cutting down operating costs and meet cost reduction goals. Naval aviators In the Jackson- mandlng officer of Cecil Field's Lieutenants Mitchell and Mul- I
Civilian and military personnel may receive cash for their ville area will have the chanceto VA-36 and served as me squad- lins are also Vietnam veterans, t,
money<; saving ideas.) get first hand information on ron's skipper during a combat both serving two combat tours to
'68 Goal Navy policies and programs that tour to Southeast Asia aboard the the area. Both officers hold f
affect their career when athree- USS Enterprise: ThNavalAcademy the Distinguished Flying Cross 1
"The Secretary of the Navy has announced that for the Fiscal man team from the Bureau of graduate reported to the and earned 37 Air Medals be- t
,Year 1967 the Navy reported cost reduction savings of $318- Naval Personnel arrives here Bureau of Personnel inJure 1967. tween them. '"
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million. This figure became the Navy goal for Fiscal Year 1968. next week. L "n.- I! U 1M \
Regrettably, reported savings for the first half Fiscal Year 1968 The team will discuss assign-
are less than five per cent of that goal. Unless a tremendous ment procedures, career pattern '< .Y r rYaa I.
effort is made by All Hands, the Navy's reported accomplish management, officer .distribution -
ment$ of improved management through cost. reduction will fall promotion opportunities PY I
far below our assigned goals. aviation command selection educational -
"Obviously the Fleet units Involved in Southeast Asia and programs preferencecard
other sensitive spots are too involved in performing their primary submission, and proposals
mission to take time out to document improved management currently under considerationwhich
actions through cost reduction. But what about the rest of us? directly affect officer per-

Traditions"It sonnel.Composed of Cdr. T.F. Rush, wet Sk yXah
is traditional for all Americans during nationalemergenciesnot and Lieutenants Fredrick Mit-
only to pull our share of the load, but to pull an extra share chell and W.R. Mullins, the team li 1 M
for our people who are far away from home doing their job will be prepared counsel all \\l h
so that Americans can continue to be free. Surely we in the officers below the rank of
Naval service and civilians employed at the Naval Air Station commander due for rotation with-
Jacksonville, cannot only do our share but can also make a little in a year of the team's visit.
extra effort for our fellow Navy and Marine Corps personnelwho Interviews will be held on an
are out there with the Fleet and in Vietnam. We can make individual basis and concern per-
this little extra contribution by ((1)) documenting cost reducton sonal preferences and probable 50 Fi Q I
actions that we have a hand in developing, ((2)) seeing that the savings assignments. i, /
are validated by the Navy auditors and ((3)) seeing that validated ,
savings are promptly reported. Arrive Thursday "
PROPER BRUSHING-Cdr. J .J. Lyons HAS preventive dentistry -
Following Monday, Tuesdayand
Everyone's Job Wednesday briefings at Cecil I officer, demonstrates proper method of brushing to David
a "At this point you may .be wondering why,the Commanding( Field the three-man team will and Mike (seated), sons of Maj. and Mrs Vincent Halter Jr.,
Officer of NAS Jacksonville is asking you to take action that arrive at NAS Jax Thursday for as the Dental Department's Children's Preventive Dentistry :)
you thought was the responsibility of your division officeroryour two days. The assignment team program began Saturday afternoon. I
supervisor. Let me remind you that cost reduction and will visit with officers at VAP-
beneficial suggestions go hand in hand. Let me also remind the 62's ready room at 10 a.m. Feb.
military that Congress has changed beneficial suggestions pol- 15. VAP-62 and VA-176 officers DOD Announces No Discharge Fr..z.
icies so that military personnel may now also be paid (or their have been Invited to the morning
approved beneficial suggestions.The session. A. 1 p.m. briefing will Washington (AFNB) -- "Thereis signation ot reserve officers will 9
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, has long been knownas be held by the Bureau team for no 'freeze' on discharges and be approved unless the officer has
the 'Can Do' station. It behooves each and everyone of us VP-30 aviation officers at the retirements In any of the ser not completed a full term of obligated ,
to help maintain this reputation by taking an active part in the squadron's ready room that vices," the Department of Defense duty. :
cost reduction program. During the 18 months that I have servedas afternoon.On announced while replyingto I
Commanding Officer, I have been greatly impressed with Feb. 16 the team will be rumors following the call up The call up of certain Ready '
the high calibre and devotion to duty of personnel assigned or af VP-7's ready room at 8 a.m. of some'reservists.. Reserve units ot: the Air Force, 1
employed at NAS Jacksonvi11e*With your help and understanding, for officers of VP-7 and VP-16. At present there is no alarm Navy and National Guard were
the station has recently weathered some severe financial crises. for any of the services, accord- taken only as a "precautionary
We have all had to tighten our belts as the result of limited Presentation to WivesAt ing to DOD as there is no measure to strengthen our ,{
funding. In addition to action taken by managers and supervisorsto authority to extend enlistment forces following the North J
10 a.m. Friday,the team will Korean capture of the USS Pueblo. 'f.
weather the crisis I believe that other actions have been contracts for enlisted men.
at the officers' Club to '
taken to reduce the cost of operations but which have not been talk appear to Jacksonville area Navy Referring to regular officers, Although the Army and Marine /
properly documented because of someone being too modest, wives. The team places emphasison DOD said all services use a Corps reserve units were not
too devoted or too busy to measure and document actions taken. presentations wives becauseof selective involuntary retention called, both services are outlin-
If. you fit any of these'too' categories, let" me'encourage you their effect on morale and officer program. ing exemption policies In case
to submit your proposal for cost reduction whenever the ground retention. Reaction wives Voluntary retirement or re- the situation changes.The .

rules permit. at past presentations, has beer reserve units of the ,1
Your Reward considered excellent.The Admiral Stroll Navy and Air Force recently

"Whether you donate your beneficial suggestion check to team will complete its called up, said "all high school '),
charity or buy yourself some little something extra is your Jacksonville schedule with pre- Presents Check students are exempt." College .;
decision. In the final analysis, it is also your decision whetherto sentations at 1 p.m. at VP-45 students are exempt until the end I
get on the team and pull your share of the load--plus a little and at VW-4 at 3 p.m. Friday. RAdm. Robert J. Stroh com- of their current quarter semes- I
extrawhich will It be? I sincerely hope it will be to make Commander Rush, the senior mander Fleet Air Jacksonville ter or trisemester. College I
'Cost Reduction-An All Hands Project.' team member, is a former com- and chairman of the 1968 Com- seniors may request an additional ,j
bined Federal Campaign, pre- quarter, semester or trisemester -
sented a $89,965.15 check to the exemption if this would
First Corsiar to Roll Off NARF's Combined Federal Campaign A- permit: them to graduate.

I Rework LineAcceptedBy SquadronBACK gencies Federal W.H. Shorts Friday.Campaign, head Central of Combined Ac- Patiait AppoiRtnoHtSystaM I

The Naval Air Rework Fac- a prototype for PAt processingand ordfnator at NARF, who said the counting and vice president of Initiated
ility1 here has completed work engineers sought possible alternations processing went smoothly. the State Bank of Jacksonville,
bn the first A7A Corsair II sinceit and specifications for Capt. C.T. .Faulders Jr., accepted the check on behalf of At New Nivil Hospital
Was named the prime rework future A-7's scheduled for pro- stated., "Of particular sig- the agencies.
activity for the jet in December cessing. The preparatory per- nificance and credit to those in All Outpatient Clinics at the
1965. iod was a success according to this program is the fact that this: Late DonationsLate Naval Hospital are now on the ,i
Introduced Into the fleet inSep- L.C. Anderson, A7A rewprk co- aircraft sold on Its first flight." contributions to the third appointment system. The appointment -
tember 1966, the first Corsair annual drive from Fighter Squadron desk will be open from
arrived at the facility last Sep- 32 and the U.S.Hopper Dredge 7:30: a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday
tember from Cecil Field's Attack ':> Squadron 174. : 4.. '<'twf t. Vietnam Jan. 9, raised the total be made in person, by phone
M '!> ;t for the campaign to 28480990. or mail. ,
NARF Prepares The balance of the total con- Outpatients are requested to \
Following the facility's design tributions, or $194,884.75, will arrive at the appointment desk I
ation as a Corsair rework activity be paid, through payroll deductions 30 minutes prior to their appoint !
the command Initiated a during calendar year ment so that they may be issueda
program to train personnel obtain 1968.This patient recording card
technical data and order year's drive was the most which will contain that patient's
special support equipment before successful ever and continued the chart number.
the A7 arrived for PAR, Pro- TO ROOST -- VA 174 pilot Lt. N. C. Anderson maneu- trend toward payroll deductionsas The numbers to call for ap-
gressive Aircraft Rework. yetI Corsair II down runway I behind NARF before flying the a means of contributing to pointments are 772 2281/772 -

The first Corsair served as jet t "ck; IoCScll.Fjeld J 3.ndlbo mobasey . the annual. .campaign.J . 2282 ,or,Tl2 -2283. . . .
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February 5, I960


Editorial View"ejpljT Divine S rVHes: ::"" \
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NoW uare Can";You Get' ? ROMAN CATHOLICSt. I ..-. I i,

Edward's Chap.ISUNDAY .' ., : ', "
By Charles H. Brower ;!!"':/'il/1\.t: !/\ ,"'>" :' ',, ,.,
MASS9 a.m. ; "" t'1 ./
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Another of the good old words has gone the way of love, and modestyand and 11 a.m. }"

patrlotismSomethingtobe over,or.outright laughed at. DAILY MASS ----11:30a.m.., ;l : :" /
Why, it used to be that there was no higher compliment you could paya SATURDAY MASS9a.m.. _
man than to call him a "square shooter". Religious Education Classes
The ad man's promise of a "square deal" once was as bindingas (Grade School) -----9:45a.m. '
an oath on the Biblebuttoday; a square is a guy who volunteers CONFESSIONS5 p.m. =
when he doesn't have to. He's a guy who gets kicks from trying to -5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.7:30 p.m.
do better than elses. MONDAY .. If)
a Job anyone '..'. ',.
He's a boob who gets so lost in his work, he has to be remindedto Religious Education Classes '

go home. He hasn't heard to cut corners or goof off This (High School) ------7 p.m. -fr .
nut we call a square gets all choked up when he hears children sing- TUESDAY /

ing "My country 'tis of thee." He even believes in God, and says so, Single Young Catholic Organi- .,
in public. zation - 7:30 :
p.m. '": I '
Some of the old squares were Nathan Hale, Patrick Henry, George THURSDAY-CATHOLIC CHOIR '""1'11\1.\1')',\>"'.-, I :; ');) ;} Y4M i

Washington, Ben Franklin. Some of the young squares are Glenn, 7 p.m. ', : '" '", '.
\ .
Shephard, Carpenter, Cooper bchirra, and Young. John Glenn U.S. Naval Hospital ::1;':;: .. "':,"' ," "
says he gets a funny feeling down inside when he sees the flag go :

by;. s.ays he's proud he belonged to the Boy Scouts, and the '. :\i :
Y.M.C.A. How square can you get? a.m. '' :
A square is a guy who lives within his meanswhether theJonesesdo )

or not, and thinks his Uncle Sam should too. He doesn't want to SUNDAY SERVICE -10 a.m. ': '; ". ... ...,1. \ '
'" .
"fly now and pay later. : f"

A square is likely to save some of his own money for a rainy PROTESTANTAll f ._-
day, rather than count on using yours. A square gets his books out ., ,
of the library instead of the drug store. He tells his son it's more Saints Chapel ;

Important to play fair than to win. Imagine? ..

A square is a guy who reads the ,Scripture when nobody's SUNDAY NEW CO-Capt. Walter W. Honour (right) assumed duties as

listening : he wants to see America first in everything; he believesin Divine Worship Service-lOa.m. commanding officer of Fleet Air Wing 1 II 1 Friday after changing

honoring mother and father and ,"do unto others." He thinkshe Junior Worship Service 10 a.m. salutes with outgoing skipper Capt. John H. Burton and saying

knows more" than his teen ager about car, freedom, and curfew.So Bldg. I#; 722 the traditional "I relieve you, sir!" Seated is guest
will all of you who answers this description please stand up; Church School 9 a.m. Bldg.Junior .
speaker RAdm. Norman C.Gillette Jr., chief Joint U.S. Military
you misfits in this brave, new age; you dismally disorganized, #722
Improperly apologetic ghosts of the past stand up? Youth Fellowship 5 p.m. Group, Madrid, Spain.

Stand up and be counted. You squares who turn the wheels Bldg. I# 722

and dig the fields,and move mountains, and'put rivets in our dreams, Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30 Adm. Clarey Assumes Duties as

you squares who dignify the human race ; you squares who hold p.m.
the thankless world in place. TUESDAYJunior
Choir Rehearsal-4 p.m. Vic Chief of Naval Operations

A Way of LifeIt Bldg. # 722
WEDNESDAYSenior Adm. Bernard A. Clarey, has tant and adviser to the Chiefof
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 relieved Adm. Horacio Rivero, Naval Operations, and will
has been estimated by various sources that more'than 6,000 ..m.THURSDAY. as the Navy's vice chief of Naval coordinate the efforts of the De-
separate, titles, books and pamphlets have been written by or about Operations. puty Chiefs of Naval Operationsand

Abraham Lincoln since the first one appeared in 1839. Young Adult Club 7 p.m. Admiral Rivero, a native of directors of major staff
In this wealth of material available on Lincoln, there are evident Bldg. I#; 722 Puerto Rico, has assumed the offices.
certain threads of 'philosophy that influenced his every action. Christian Science Service of commander in chief Allied -
. Most important were his unbounded faith in and devotion to the 7 p.m. Bldg. #751 Forces, Southern Europe Salute Denotes
. of the Declaration of In of themen
principles Independence. speaking (CINCSOUTH). He has been vice

:: .. ._. chief of Naval Operations since
(4"'ji'"l.1 :. -::. TrafficViolations Pride
; ,..-..- ...- .. -: July 31, 1964. AbilityTo
or -
A native of Iowa,Admiral Clar-

,- rT1h. n.k ey was graduated from the U.S. Perform Well
Naval Academy in 1934.
He was promoted to rear admiral -
7k, calmly in 1959 and has since ser- (NAVNEWS). .The manner of
The following is a report of ved in the Office of the Secre- executing the salute is an out-
t motor vehicle accidents and traffic of of indiv-
anC1d well. tary Defense as Director of ward demonstration an
'...'5 violations for the period Jan. Military Personnel; as Pacific idual's attitude toward his duties

30 Feb. 5. Fleet Submarine Force commander and his unit. A sloppy grudging

dMa/'am 9eiuo/, Number of Accidents ; as deputy commanderin salute Indicates neglect of duties
This Week ----------8
hfP chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet;com and lack of confidence in the mil
Total Accidents this
mander Second Fleet; commander itary team of which he Is a mem-
Monday - - 26
who drafted thai document, Lincoln once said, "They grasped Number of Accidents through NATO Striking Fleet in the ber. A smartly executed salute

not only the whole race of man then living, but they reached for- February 1967 - 40 Atlantic, and most recently as denotes pride and ability to per-
ward and seized upon the farthest posterity. They erected a beaconto Total number of since last director of Navy Program Plan- form.
guide their children and their children's children.and the count- injury in a motorvehicle days accident ning, Office of the Chief of Naval More porfoundly, the salute is
less myriads who should inhabit the earth in other ages." Operations. a declaration of loyalty to the
- - - -38
To this dedication and belief, Lincoln applied his own capable Number of Violations Admiral Clarey is a three- United States and the principlesof
mind and talents, carefully weighing each action, each decision time winner of the Navy Crossin liberty and justice upon which
This Week - - -66
against thefinaloutcome and the cost involved. World War II. He also has the nation was founded. So next
Speeding - - -15
Ignoring the violent, conflicting opinions that were thrust upon Reckless Driving - -3 been awarded the Navy Disting- time, make it smart I
.: him, recognizing his own deficiencies and respecting his own uished Service Medal with Gold
Going through Stop Sign -9
abilities, Lincoln followed his own admonition to' .think calm Star; the Silver Star Medal;
and well. ." Other Violations39 the Legion of Merit:the Bronze USAFI's' Auto-Mechanics I

Once again, this Nation finds itself ". .engaged in a great war, Sixteen the Traffic drivers Hearing appeared Boardat before Star Medal with Combat "V" course presents a practical approach -
to the maintenance
whether that Nation nation ; conceived and so the Presidential Unit Citationfor
testing or any so
the meeting held on Tuesday. techniques and handling of
World War II Submarine Com-
dedicated endure. .
can long
Disposition of the cases included equipment which will enable
Lincolns dedication the which this Nationwas mand (USS Pintado); 'and num-
to principles upon great the following: Three lost drivingand the student to become familiar
founded and his ability to intelligently apply his individual parking privileges aboard erous World War II and Korean with locating troubles and

,ability to the problems which confronted him were a way of life.It station for various periods; War compaign medals.In making necessary repairs in

is a way of life that, in these precarious times, more of our Fourteen were assigned to com- his new position, Admiral automobile engines and electrical -
citizens would do well to follow. (AFPS) pletion an eight course in reme- Clarey will be principal assis- systems.

Where Does the Road Lead? .dial received driving suspensions at NATTC; ; None Ten -

were given warnings; Two
By Lt. Thomas F. Johnson. CHC were dismissed; Nine were finedU.

"George Moore, in one of his novels, described a group of Irish ( S. Commissioner); and None JAX. AIR NE,1 7S

peasants building roads, not because the roads were needed, but to were referred to commanding
keep the peasants busy. officers for possible disciplinary

But, says Moore, 'The road that leads to nowhere is difficult to action. The lAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian

make. for a man to work well there must be an end in view' distributed each Thursday a.ttsrtu-UKWy& ,

So, life, to be lived well, requires faith that we are going somewhereand Greater Jax Open Jacksonville a private /firm, Florida All Copy, by submitted !!' ;,
for use in the J,AX AIR
doing something meaningful. The Greater Jacksonville NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box

Have you tried driving your car across the country withouta Open will be held at Deer- 2, NAS .Jacksonville News Items, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. .

road map? Confusing, frustrating and drives one to despair, wood during the period 25- 31 772 3118 or 3119.are welcomed from aU sources Telephone -
doesn't it? We need in our lives, as we need in our automobile, March 1968. The Navy has

a destination and road maps that give appropriate direction.The been invited to take part in Advertisements are solicited by the publisher
roads we travel influence the direction and outcome of our the support of this tournament. conCerning such should be directed to: queries

lives. How hopelessly lost we often become when we try to go it Navy personnel who would like The Holt
alone. When King David felt lost, and life crushing in upon him to serve as marshalls and Company 1950 Blanding Blvd
he said, "Lead Thou me to the rock that Is higher than I; for ladies desiring to volunteerto Jacksonville, Fla 32210 -Telephone 388 2755
serve as scorers should
Thou art my refuge." (Psalm 61: 2-3)) contact the Pro Shop at their
Our faith destination for and the Biblea NO. 44
Christian provides a us respective installation for FEBRUARY 8. $$968k
road and, more important, the strength to do it. Make
map ,further. details.. . ......... /
the road,.meaningful. Worship.regularly.: ,' :,' ' ' . . . -.' t.

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February 8, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3

Dental Society Sets Party I

The Northeast District Dental The party will also includethe
Society and the Jacksonville Den- crowning of the King and
tal Society will hold their 4th Queen of Smiles following a
Annual Children's Dental Party smile photograph contest. Anew
j Sunday at 2 p.m. at Jackson- bicycle will be giventhe winners.
ville's Civic Auditorium. There will be door prizes dur-
Produced by Henry Baron this ing the party and free gifts for
year's theme is Cinderella Goes children as they leave including
to the Ball." The show will follow fruit milk, toothbrushes and u
the well-known story with a other non-carious causing treats. .
.. ," new twist and a surprise ending. Admission will be free but :xarll
<', Ranger Hal will appear in the adults must be accompanied bya
tV show as handsome prince,and child. t.. ,
; special acts will be included in The dental party is held :
:; : : : the theme story. Other special annually in conjunction with Na- I

'JL' :(\;... ,,' __ guests will include Skipper Ed tional Children's Dental Health 'I:
't:'; and Bozo. Music will be pro- Week. Members of the North l
> JI >fII(
'" >< > 'y vided by the Ribault High School east Dental Hygienist Society will
.. ." .w..-._.c,",."" ..__.,." Band. assist at the party.Seeks SEWINGDEE-Mesdames Bernard J. Loonam squadron's lay-
MISS LINDA BRAY dental Other features will Include stte representative George J. McCabe and Clarence R. By

hygienist at NAS Dental knows Linda Miller, Miss Duval County, :jrs, (l-r) VP-16 Officers Wives, attend the old-fashioned sew- I

the importance of proper dental Nearhoff doing a fire with baton act and and dance Pam I ing bee Jan. 31 for the benefit of the Navy Relief Society's
a song
care, and her smile
routine, plus the Buddy Sherwood Articles I layette program. AVP.16

have proves the it. Will same your smile children whenthey're Dancers olph the Red and Nosed an act Reindeer.of "Rud-" The Naval Air Systems Com- '0' Wives Hold Sewing II' V I IVP16 I

.22? mand is seeking articles for its

magazine, "Naval Air Systems Officers Wives held an Day-time group sewing Sessions -
NATTC News.Articles should be writ- ld-fashioned sewing bee in the at which everyone is welcomed .
I : 'ehindkThe Scene ten in an informal style be a- j)range Park home of Mrs. TJ. are held on base once a "
bout 2,000 words and be
Ross, wife of the squadron's ex- month. Contact Mrs. Carl D.Simonsen. .
submitted before 15
February benefitf chairman layettee
for the
A board of five officers chose and his family will also be offered deadline. By-lines will be given.E cutive 771-3691 for infor
Relief committee at
the Navy Society's lay-
PN2 Freeman C.Evans as NAT- a free trip to St.Augustine, Details are contained in NAVAIR (> 1
I TC's Serviceman of the Month sponsored by that city and the usa NOTICE 5602 of Dec. 28, 1967.E tte program Jan. 31. mation.The are available to
of layettes
The evening sewing was en-
who is the Councils of St. Augustine and St. .
for January. Evans, -" '---'
joyed by Mesdames Clarence R. eligible personnel or dependentson
the Ed- Johns County.In
clerk in
programs his commendation Evansis 3yers Terence J. Collins Ed- the basis of need. During 't,
praised for his military be- :lie R. Hadden Lester H. Icard 1967 343 layettes were given
havior and for the ability "to George J. McCabe Bernard by the Jacksonville Auxiliary and
G. Tas- Its branches.
F. Loonam and William
take charge, review all situations -
and offer sound solutionsto er.
Several garments and two knitted -
assigned tasks.
Although proud of his select- wWtdri : sweaters were completed for CanYouTAKE
ion here awards of recognitionare inclusion in the layettes which
also contain blankets diapers,
not new to the career petty
R essential items
and other
officer. At his last duty stationhe shins WTII YOU?
named Sailor of the Mon- I ror the newborn.
k 4 bZx.r was For Financing and Insurance
th as well as Sailor or the Year. "fto Sewing-bee participants
Stateside' and Overseas. Call
machines -
1 sewing
Evans lives with his wife and brought portable
one child in Jacksonville. but all other materials, DYER M. BURR
hread: bias tape etc., were included 'c'
************.********* the GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES I
In kits provided by
DKI Ruth Landau left ,the layettee committee. These FINANCE CORPORATION
NATTC personnel officer Fri- tome-sewing kits may be pickedup and
yqPN2 x day after completing a three I from the Navy Relief Office INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

'and ahalf year assignment. Cdr. A MARINE'S HKST- FRIEND -, or from the volunteer layette INSURANCE COMPANY
W.J. Bobek head of the per- /M"rI'FC/ Ricardo King carp. representative for your 5615 Tlmuauana' Rd. 771-0527

sonnel department thanked her /nilcleant hit M.16 rifle wives group.,
for her dedicated service and aboard the helicopter atitaitlt
ship USS {Vulley/ Forge along theRrpnblic ,, .. .
gave her several gifts from the ,' ...-
j Vietnam (',mIC'. I'FCt;
a department.Miss Landau is now at NAS King is i assign",1 to the ft I mm
Evans Mortar I'll., 3rd fin., First Ma. r
where she will remain for sev-
ucational Services Office has tin rs.
eral months awaiting new orders. ,
been at NATTC since August

1967.As a result of his selection WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.B .., i 1 :''

Evans will receive a $50 U.S. :
Savings Bond and a commendation /
officer. He < AIR CONDITIONERS > '<, 2
from the commanding :' 1



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t0 at San Niblick Juan N'AS JAX FACILITY OFFICE

Building 39 Ext. 3870
1 it 2 UrdroomsGarden

T\pr Apanmtnisuuli 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
Counirv ClubKitchens Monday -- Wednesday: .
IU'h' Thursday: 9:30 a.m. .4:30p.m.Friday .
equipped tmh G C : 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.

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w Operation Deep Freeze c:2?

E Seeks 700 VolunteersThe FURNITURE

Navy has been seeking officer requirements.
( Ci and enlisted volunteers to Personnel qualified for Operation -
i : fill 700 billets for a longrange Deep Freeze will be deployed -
,.;' scientific program inAntarctica, about September this year.
i 1968 69 Operation Deep Freeze.In Those named for the winter -
the May 18, 1967 articlesin over party will remain in Ant-
( h the Jax Air News, officers artica until November next year.
( IL"L ; : '. with certain designators and The deadline for receipt of
grades were listed as being de- applications from 5XXX and
sired. Since then the Navy Department 6XXX volunteers has been extended -
has added a request to March 1.
for lieutenants with designatorsin Persons selected for Operation
the 6XXX series. Deep Freeze will automatically
x Officers previously being receive the Antarctica Service
sought included commanders with Medal, and those who winter -
13XX designators; lieutenantsand over have a good chance of get-
'" below with meterological ting their choice of duty. SURPLUS GOODS

NAVY RELIEF SOCIETY 600 Hour Pins were presented to perience with 153x/13xxdesigna- Complete'details on the annual DISCOUNT STORE
i Mesdames Frances Searcy (far left) and Gertude Kuchler (far tors; 13 xx lieutenant comman- operation are outlined In Bureauof

right) by RAdm Robert J. Stroh, (center) auxiliary presidentof ders and lieutenants with GCAor Personnel Notice 1300 of April 10135 Bedel? Bfvj* %$$2662K
the Jacksonville Navy Relief Society Tuesday. Mesdames CIC backgrounds; lieutenants 24,1967.
(llOx) with communications experience -.. -. -. ---
Cynthia Priest, June Wenzel and Mary Ellen Josephson, (cen 210X lieutenant com .I"I.lI.I.I.lI.lI.I.lIII. .../ .. m. "

ter I .rwere recipients of a 100 Hour Charm. manders; and lieutenants including l1dJD@Kl1dJD O [ ) ij'o
flight surgeons, pre- try (

; Navy Relief Society vious prior surgical active duty experience most desir-and jr By the makers of 1

able; 220X lieutenants; 310X LAWN BOYS Johnson and Evinrude
lieutenants and below; 410X lie- Outboard Motors.
i' Gives Diplomas Pins utenants; 510X/570X lieuten-
ants and below and 849X 798X. Factory! Authorized 1
Enlisted men In the follow- 5
f Diplomas were presented to to Mesdames June Wenzel, Mary ing rates are needed for the Service Dept. .
21 graduates of the Navy Relief Ellen Josephson and Cynthia winter group: ETETNETR; Jl Complete Repairs on All/ Makes .aY'I" .

Society'' Training Course and 100 Priest, and 600 Hour Pins to RM, YN, PN, SK, DK, CS, SH, On Purchase 'I" 1
and 600 Navy Relief Pins Mesdames Gertrude Kuchler and SH3122. SN, EM, IC, EN, DC, 10 1 % OFF of '- "'. o
awarded to six recipients in cere- BT, MR, SF, FN, CE, CM, EA, Any o
Frances Searcy, and expressedhis BU SW UT CN AG AB Nw Laumboy _
monies conducted Tuesday morn- EO 5
sincere appreciation for-- ABF, AC, PH.- HM, and 'DT. 1 More With Trade

Ing.Capt.. Sherman E. WrightRet.( ) their volunteer efforts within the "B" School graduates are WAGNER'S ModeI8424O
j executive secretary of the Navy society. Mrs. Anna Harris, re- needed in some ratings and others I

Relief Societygavethewelcoming cepient of a 2500 Hour Charm was require secret clearances or Bike & Lawnmower Service SJ
address and introduced RAdm. specific NEC codes. 1
Robert J. Stroh, auxiliary pre- not present to receive her charm. Personnel volunteering for An- | Owned and operated by Charles Wagner USN Ret. ft

sident of Jacksonville Navy Re- Following the presentations, arctic duty must have 24 months > 4545 St. Johns Ave. 384 3081 1
i lief Society. Chaplain Harrison gave thebene- obligated service from December -
Admiral Stroh with the assistance diction. 1967 or agree to extend to satisfy ttlll o ' so. o iro .io i.
I of Mrs. Martin J. Stacfy
presented the diplomas to the

for donating their time for w
volunteer work within in the m
society. He said, "Ninety Bellair Homes Go
nine per cent of the work accomplished 3oc
in the society is done r
by volunteers'such as those grad- r r -c4pi
uating and receiving pins and

charms.The training course, which included fQJfljfl S1JEI
a brief history and basic ;
policies and principles of the $
society was conducted by Miss ,
Francina Stonesifer, Navy Re- >
lief Society Headquarters,Wash- "
ington, D. C., Jan.3.24. : .. BIG NEW MODELS r
Receiving diplomas were Mes- >-
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Brown, Marilynn Burns, g
Louise Clark, Sybil Chalbeck, a 3:
Cynthia Chesnutt, Joan Donahue, LL ,, tn
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Helen.Graves, Irma Hartwlck, mIT
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f Marie Slover, and Geneva Zei- = ::D
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I Jacksonville Area Civil Service News ;

:&:{ ."" ',.< ', Merit Program Jobs RevealedThe Ij
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;' merit promotion oppor- agement Specialist, GS-5 ((6 van- ation-NAS, NARTU NARF
tunities listed below ars are cur- cancies); MPB No. 11-68 Super COMFAIRJAX Navy Commis-
rently open for receipt of appli visory Inventory Management sary Stores Jax. Applicationswill
cations. The area of consider- Specialist, GS-7 ((9 vancancies). be accepted through the closeof
ation and closing date of each Area of consideration NAS, business Tuesday. i

announcement is shown. NARF. NARTU, COMFAIRJAX All applicants for the above
MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-grade Navy Commissary Stores, Jax. positions must be career or
levels GS-4 and below; MPB Applications will be accepted career-conditional employees of t
No. 79-67 Plan C-all semiskilled tnrougn the close of business the Federal government. Appli-
; positions pay level 7 and Monday cations should be filed with IRD,
below; MPB No. 83-67 Plan Ball Box 22, U.S. NAS Jacksonville
skilled positions pay level MPB No. 1368.Accounti. Fla. 32212. For further inform-
8 and below. Area of consider- Technician, GS-5; MPB No. 14- ation call Ext. 2320, Recruit-
ation-NAS, NARF. ARTU,COM- 68 Military Personnel Technician ing and Examining Branch. IRD
V Stores Jax. Applications for
these positions will be accepted at
any time. A separate application 3.9HP to..l25xp 1
Form 57 is required for

.. ..... ., each position In which Interested. th
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Reserve Officers Engineer (Utilization), GS-9; mcwcoRrp
MPB No. 1-68 Budget Analyst MERC'carc
GS-9. Area of consideration
Undergo TrainingFive nationwide. Applications will : theBIIT
be accepted through the closeof
business today. WAY
naval reserve officers, the largest number to undergo MPB No.7-68 Management Analyst -
active duty training at one time at the Naval Air Rework Facility GS-11. Area of consid- I. GOD
here, completed two weeks of on-the-job-training in weapons w
engineering, shops and management controls departments Friday. eration be :accepted nationwide.through Applicationswill the closeof ..1......................
The officers are under the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit business Feb. 26. ORLANDO CLIPPER
sponsorship and attached to various Weapons Training Units. MPB No. 9-68 Office Ser-
Lieutenant Commanders ((1-r) Edmund Gurdak, Taunton, Mass.; vices Supervisor GS-7. Area of T-CRAFT CROSBY SILVER-LINE
James M. Brayshaw Pasadena Calif.; Richard E. Updegrove, consideration NAS NARTU, 3QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOQMarine
Middletown, R.I.; Michael J. Burke Newark Ohio and JamesW. NARF, COMFAIRJAX Navy
Belcher Arlington Tex., received training and experience Commissary Stores Jax. Applications Ihlet
necessary In the event of future mobilization. be
through the close of business SALES aid SERVICEHwy
Exam AnnouncedThe c@:2: ? today 17 Orange Parkpouooaooououuuuoo Ph. 264-983r: I
MPB No. 10-68 InventoryMan- 9OOOOOOOOOO
Interagency Board ot U.S.
Civil Service Examiners for --- .
Florida has issued the following Roosevelt
examination announcement to fill I ) CAR WASH
.- positions through out the state Mall
with the exception of tee counties :
in the northwest portion.The OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM

: Card announcement Punch Operator was as,GS-3 follows FREE CAR WASHWITH A .

with a salary range from $4108to
$4466 per year.Applications 15 GALS OR MORE STANDARD OIL/ /
further notice and shouldbe
sent to the Interagency Boardof SPRAWAX. .NOW ONLY SOc
U.S. Civil Service Examiners
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I LPH's Equipped with Surgical Facilities


Tripoli is similar to that of the .''.>'- ,
collecting and clearing compan) \ Jl1Uu 1 <,...4::;, ; .>;' t1'
.., ? of a medical battalion assignedto :' ;:
a Marine division, organizedand ::
staffed to receive a large
number of casualities in a short t
period of time, render shod k* V VV'v. M
resuscitation and other emerg
ency measures, then either
.. return the patients to duty ox
move them to a larger, fixed
r- I installation for definitive care.
Thanks to the helicopter, a
E wounded Marine is only minutes
away from Tripoli's emergency

m.. u _...._._...___.__v room. In an average of 25 min .
he is required
AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP USS Tripoli (LPH 10)) is under- medical utes attention. In World War

I way off the coast of Vietnam where it receives and treats war II, the average was almost nine -
casualities evacuated there by CH 46A Sea Knight helicopters hours, and a little over six hoursin .
deployed on board. Korea. Field hospitals i ir: '.
those wars could be set up onlj -
The concept of a hospital a- in helicopters launched from her after enough of the land area ....-.
board ship is not new, but in flight deck, she is also equippedto and beeen secured and clearedof ..
the waters off Vietnam, the handle the casualities of battle. the enemy. Helicopters in
Navy's helicopter assault ships The LPH has the advantages of Vietnam lift the wounded over CORPSMEN AND CREWMEN rush to 'meet a. Huey ( HU I)
(LPH) now carry complete sur- mobility, relative immunity from the very heads of the enemy and bearing an inbound group of war casualities as it settles to
gical facilities with them. enemy fire and ample power, are credited with saving the lives the flight deck.
The USS Tripoli (LPH 10)) is water, heat and other necessitiesfor of many who would otherwise have
such a ship. Designed to carry saving and supporting human died in the field.
Marines to a point off shore, lives. The call "med evac helo In- of events aboard the LPH. Stret- board the assault ship. Of these,

.then...................shuttle....................them.....TYTT.........over................the....T.........beach................... ..........The T............ ....medical......"facilitiy"...of."the' ','!bound".''.._.sets'_''_off'._ .a._ .rapid...._chain.!.i cher their bearers stations.and corpsmen When rushto the 140 status were by the restored Patients combat

:. .; helicopter lands on the assualt who require extensive hospitalcare
ship's flight deck medical treat- are removed from the medi-
ment begins immediately and cal facility and returned to the
i i continues at intermediate treat- United States via the 22nd casu-
ment points along the evacuationroute alty station in Danang, South
as the wounded are spedto Vietnam.
,, .. surgery. The 250 bed facility together
.. with the 39 Navy corpsmen and
Along this route the man's doctors give the ship a medical
.. during valentine month .4 clothes are .striped off, condi- capability that could accommo-
.. tion is diagnosed, and wounds. date'the medical needs of a small
.. recorded. If he is hemorraging town anywhere in the United
this is stopped as soon as States.
possible. Fluids and tetanus Medical services aboard the
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;' : ';:" \ If I\ ;",; .; .: vaccine administered. By Tripoli are not limited to U. S.
f, .. d, the time the man reaches the fighting men alone. Members of
1 '.1.; ,,' .' : doors of the operating room he our allied (forces are treated
'. ; ,I""" is ready for surgery.In aboard the ship as are Vietnamese '-
: a recent engagement, 211 civilians and even captured
\ : -.' :' casualities were treated a- enemy troops.

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By Sgt. Bob Tipton

The MAD pistol team made a 749 out of a possible 900 points. trom LtCol. A.E. James, commanding -
good showing Feb. 4 at the Jax Maurer took top honors in that officer of MAD.
2700 pistol match at the Jacksonville round in his division by firinga SSgt. Willie M. Lathery received ,
Police Pistol Range. 852. A new name appearedfor the award for exemplary 4 4
Firing a .22 calibre in the first the leathernecks in that match performance of duty while sexing -
match, GySgt. Terrence Shown GySgt. Richard Kinnel. He cap- as an aviation electricianwith
captured the top spot in the marks tured second place in the sharp- Marine Medium Helicopter
man class with his score of 791 shooter division with his score Squadron262 in the Republicof
out of a possible 900 points. of 768. Vietnam. ..___...._ .,,_ .m.m....__

GySgt. John K.Maurer wound up Shown earned another award The accompanying citation VP-5 HOSTED civilian and military representatives of the
in third in the master class for himself in the fourth match,
place Section recently with a slide
read in pan, "Realizing a Supply Departments Response
when he shot a 857. which is the grand aggregate.He for device facilitate of and the squadron's .
a to testingof and lecture presentation tour shops, spaces,
first his
Shown maintained his finished in first place in
the fire detection amplifier crewmembers hand to the
with explain
P3A Orions on
place rating in the second match class with a score of 2291 out
751 of of 2700 Maurer utilized on CH-46 helicoptershe operation of the aircraft's equipment
by firing a out a pos- a possible points. demonstrated superb technical
sible 900. Maurer the over all winner of the
dropped a position was
skill and resourcefulness in designing -
in this round. He shota master class. He wound up witha and constructing the required VP-5 Mad Foxes HostThe
833, setting him back to the total score of 2542 to earn
from sal-
test equipment
fourth slot.Shown another award for himself.Achievement .
vaged parts, thereby eliminating Mad Foxes of Patrol
again grabbed first the necessity of removing the Squadron Five hosted 20 repre- ron.Later, the supply people tour-
MedalAn from the aircraft while of the P3A Orions that
marksman in match three, which amplifier sentatives of the Supply Depart- ed one
was fired with a .45 calibre. AE-B student received the determining faulty system com- ment's Supply Response Section the squadron currently flies.
Shown's score in that match was Navy Achievement Medal Monday ponents." recently in order to show supply With a complete crew on hand,
personnel how their support aids the shown how all the
It went on to read, "As a guests
the squadron.Cdr. equipment with which they supplythe
result of his exceptional Initia-
NCO's E-4 & Above H.C. Abelein, VP-5 executive squadron is utilized in the
Officers, tive and ingenuity, he was instrumental officer, gave the supplymen

and All Civilian Personnel I IAT ment maintenance in reducing costs by equip-over and women a welcome a- highly the Orion.sophisticated systems on
board talk before squadron pil-
The and basic
$2,000 and decreasing main- importance operation -
ot, Lt. J.C. Williams deliveredthe
of of the
tenance time requirements by some equip-
1 1 1 more than 160 hours during the sentation.squadron's command pre- ment was explainedbyeachoperator -
period from Jan. 1 to May 31, on the crew, as well as a
Using slides, Lieutenant Wil-
1967." resume of each crewmember'sresponsiblilities.
liams covered the day-to-day .
PromotionsTwo operations of a patrol squadronand
the part it plays in the Navy'svast DOD DesignsService
anti-submarine warfare op
Marines received
promo- erations. The supply personnel,
tion warrants last week from both military and civilians, were Flag
commanding ,
LtCol. A.E. James,
able to see how the equipmentthey
of Marine Aviation
officer provide is utlized as they
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Instructor at the Marine tour of VP-5 shops and lapel button similar to those used
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tp' Ad Who's St. Valentine?

Cupid, that ageless,naked little with girlfriends about the boy I
baby, will be flinging his arrowsof responsible for delivering the
love next week with his eternal confectionary gift. He, like.
reckless abandon. thousands of others, knocked on j-'
School children will swap Val- the door, shoved the Valentinebox %a
M entine cards, and the most pop- into his "lover's" hands
ular kids in the classroom will and then nervously dashed off
drag home bundles of the color- to recover from such a foolishact
ful goodies to scatter around the of sentimentality.While .
house. Bakeries will prepare the commercial world
aI heart-shaped cakes, decorate reminds us of Cupid each Feb-
them with colorful fr'sting, andy ruary 14, it still remains unclear -
how Valentine's Day be-
+k' came the tradition that it is.
I How St. Valentine's name became -
attached to the annual eventis 3.
'. --.--. -.. still more confusing. St. Val-
Portrait Studio Re Opens entine, a Roman bishop, didn't A Scamp?
write a single love song or poem. scure relationship between the
I The portrait studio located in the NATTC branch of the Navy In fact he was so religious that bird routine and Cupid's ability
Exchange, Bldg. 554, re opened Friday, featuring complete photo ra he was tossed in a Rome jail- to fly, but then Cupid has never
services, including wedding portraits. Available to anyone authorized house, where it's alleged he cureda been depicted, as far as we can
Navy Exchangefaciliies, the studio is openfrom 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. girl of blindness. For this act, tell, wearing feathers. He seemsto
Monday through Friday and from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday. whether a miracle or just legend, prefer a colorful ribbon over
Personnel do not have to call or make an appointment according to Bishop Valentine lost his head. feathers, except for his wings.
the manager and there is no charge for the first setting. Portraits It's February I4thj Romans weren't too hot on religious -
J are ready for. selection the following day. Studio employees are men practicing'medicine.A From all the action at cash
from ((1 to r) James See manager Mrs. Kathy McDermott, Dennis sentimental shoppers will for- group of noble Romans banded registers during the days immediately -
t Glanton and Jim Little. get their calorie count and take together and beheaded St. Val- prior to Valentine'sDay
J900000OOOO >ooooooooooooo<> them home for the dinner tables. entine to show their appreciation. it would appear that Val-
t Heart-shaped boxes of candy History never recorded whetherit entine's Day is a hoax, perpet-
f Service Men Welcomei will be consumed by girls as they happened on February 14. rated by greeting: card and candy
carry on animated conversations Another theory of how Val- manufacturers. If a super-secret
1 !/i price admission any time entine's Day got its start is organization would investigatethe
)? upon presentation of I I. D.Open7DaysA. that during the Middle Ages,birds situation, it would probablytrace
Week began mating on February 14. the start of St. Valentine'sDay
It hardly seems likely that birds to the candy and card people.
really cared then or now when But then no one really cares
they should start mating. Nature how it got started. It's a one
u. s. probably has more to do with time a year chance to get that
F8 such things than the calendar,and someone special a little token
besides it's the birds own bus- of love. Let Cupid fling his ,
SAVINGS iness. There might be some ob- arrows--no one really cares. f

{ Roosevelt 384-3481(Next to Roosevelt Blvd.Mall) BONDS Judge Santora To Speak I

)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC oooooooooooooJ AND At Monthly CO Luncheonrapport

Officers and key civilian em- jthroughknowledgeable closer, more ,
FREEDOMSHARES ployees of NAS will gather at understanding of
VISIT the Officers Club on Tuesday, one another. ,..
Feb. 20, at 11:30 a.m. for the 1
j first of the recently instituted Guest Speaker :
monthly Commanding Officer's Following a brief cocktail w
f CLAUDE NOLAN Luncheons.The period, lunch will be served at ;
dutch treat informal noon, with remarks by the com- i
luncheons are planned to afford manding officer and his introduction r
v the commanding officer other of the guest speaker
CADILLAC & PONTIAC NAS officers and key civilian Judge John E. Santora. ** 12:45.A .
W S personnel an opportunity to meet unique Feature of these get
and become better acquainted. acquainted luncheons is the
:; bftr 6# Many of them carry on correspondence method of seating those attending
f business, and I phone so that no one knows at which
conversations daily, month in tableor with whom they will be
PHONE EL 3-3922 and month out, without ever sitting until all are seated. Num-
actually meeting or l knowing one bered tables will be prepared witha
another personally or having an specific number of seats at
opportunity to discuss mutual in- each.A .
terests. It is hoped that these slip with the table numberon
luncheons will foster a better it will be placed in a con-
I tainer for drawing by those attending -
as they arrive..

Future PlansA

feature of each future lunch
eon will be either a guest speaker -
a skit by NAS personnel,
musical performance, fashion
show, or some similar form of
r money. light entertainment, along witha
officer.few words by the commanding

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I VAP-62 Leads League, "' Fliers Drop Atlanta I

VP-30 Takes SecondThe In Sixth ND. OpenerThe

American League leading place as the squad stopped Marine Jax Navy Fliers' leading The local Fliers lost their
VAP 62 Tigers chalked up Barracks 63 49 and brought scorer Chuck Bryson hit 31 points first game at Memphis 94-85
another win and brought their their season's record to 7 1. and led the Fliers to a 106 51 to the Naval Bare squad from
season's record to 6 0 by In two other contests, Hospital decision over NAS Atlanta In the Key West. In the other Tues-
downing Boat House 51 30 defeated NARTU 75. 54 and opening game of the Sixth Naval day game, Basic Air Training
in intramural basketball action Marine Barracks took COM- District basketball tourney at Pensacola clipped Submarine
Jan. 30. FAIRJAX 5341. Memphis Tenn. Monday night. Squadron 18 (Charleston Naval
In other contests in the American In a hotly contested game Mon- In other games in the tourna Station), 105 45.
League staged last week, day night. VP 30 and VP 7 ment's opening round Navy The Jax Fliers were to meet
Fleet Weather Facility handed the battled to a 15 -15 first quarter Memphis soundly defeated Com- with ComFairKeyWest last nightin
Administration squad their fifth tie and a 31.31 half time score mand Mine Force Atlantic 120 the loser's bracket.
loss of the season 52 49, then but as the game came down to the : 2 84 and Naval Station Charleston
dropped VP 7, 52 44. And wire VP-30 led by one point downed Cecil Field 77 68.
VP 30 moved into second place taking it 60.61. In game four of the opening
by knocking off Boat House 64 Other Mondy night games saw round, Naval Air Basic Training
34.In MARTD stop the Boat House V Command Pensacola trounced
National League action last five 49 39 and VP 45 down COMFAIR Key West 130 6S.
week VP 5 remained in second Aircraft Maintenance 64 37. In Tuesday's action, Com- f
mander Mine Force Atlantic 01 7s'r
TOP SHOT--VW4's Chuck Bry y'
eliminated NAS Atlanta 62- .
Collect Goodwill son ran up 138 points in four 52 and Commander Fleet Air $AVIN
I games in the Atlantic Fleet Key West knocked NAS Cecil
Good Turn Bags SaturdayThe loop tournament at Davisville, Field out of the tourney 85 -

R.I., last week to help his 77. ________ _____
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trucks are ready. The Navy is bags will be used by Good- USS Vulcan and a Cherry 25 Years Experience \ ..
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Industries asks that those who achieve a goal of 30,000 bags ) %. '''* t _
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will Industries will take place man of this year's Good Turn
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northeast Florida will begin were collected. SHORT *O CO I LONG Z Aft
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1; By S. Hering The Rigging

Salty saw some familiar faces children, but small enough fora Griffith several days ago, as she
down at the Boat Show this past youngster to handle alone or departed for a two year tour of
week, but the sail benders focused race with a crew. duty with the Peace Corps in
their attention on the gleaming Her overall length is 12'4", Thailand. Although she has a the
4 new sailboats outside the main with a beam of 5',draft with board multitude of talents we doubt
I auditorium. up 5", down 3'6", and a sail very much whether she will be
The Cal-20, which becoming area of 90 square feet. She is able to put her seamanship to use
" pretty well-known around these fiberglas of course, trim,fast on anything but a waterway barge.
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WidgeonWe mahogany seats with flotation in
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