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March 14, 1968


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5,000 Affected

4x w Local Wage Board Employees


1 f y e wkl' Due Fatter Checks March 28 .

The Navy's Office of Civilian Field, Mayport, the NavalHospIThe new general wage service,
Manpower Management releaseda tal and the Naval Air Rework scale will *be printed in the next'
.' new schedule of wages this week Facility. edition of the Jax Air News*
for civil service employees under

tt the Wage area.Board Scale in the Jacksonville CPO Selectee Named

The increases will
new mean
fatter pay checks for over 5,000
local employees March 28., The February Serviceman 1
increase in hourly wages began
Monday for pay purposes.
ADR1 Lester V. Griggs,a CPO to chief Saturday. He is attached -
ExampleA selectee, has been named Serv- to the Aircraft Maintenance
Seminar Opens-At opening of law seminar L to R
were ( ) .
iceman of the Month for Febru- Department of Air Operationsand
Admirals Hearn and Stroh Captain Stack and James Ade pres- general wage employee at ary for his "continuous outstanding he and his wife Ruth and
ident of the Jacksonville Bar Association. level four, step 1 will move up performance, realistic approach their three sons live at 2539
to $2.51 an hour and at step to leadership and unre- March Hare Lane, Jacksonville.For .
Gather 3, the new wage has been set served dedication to the naval his achievement, Griggs
Lawyers MondayFor at $2.71 per hour, service." was presented with a $50 check
At level 35, the highest rate In a letter of nomination, Lt. and a weekend trip for he and
held by any local employee, the J. R. Beddard of Air Operations his family to St. Augustine,spon-
step 1 rate has been increasedto stated: "Petty Officer Griggshas
7th Seminar OpeningOver sored by the USO.
$3.75 while
a person in step maintained an outstanding Others nominated for the
3 will $4.07. The
earn hour
per performance record senior
as monthly award were AOl JohnL.
100 of the Navy's and inactive increases range from a 13 cents of the HU-16 air-
active duty lawyers gatheredat plane captain Kibby, RMl Charles E. Fan-
the Naval Hospital Theater Monday as the 7th annual East Coast per hour boost in laborer pay, to craft. His aircraft have been ning and ADR2 John R. Jenkins.
Law Seminar attendees the sessionof 43 cents an hour for a pattern for
opened. Addressing at opening operationally ready an aver-
the two_week_seminar was RAdm.Wilford Hearn, judge advocate maker. age of 80 per cent of the time. Last IncremtHt.
general of the Navy. This Is The Manpower ManagementOffice This fine record, coupled with a
.\ the first annual seminar to beheld personnel in service who are inJured set separate rates for employees perfect safety record for his Guts New CrowsEleven
;'I since the Navy's law specialists under circumstances in working at the commissary crew, has been an Important
were organized into a which a third party is. liable. t, printing shop and laundry.In contribution to the Sea/Air Rescue sailors and three
r Judge Advocate General Corps '-Prior to the medical. act, the, /general the" hourly? wage .,capabilities of NAS Jackson WAVES will sew on new crows
: (J AGC). The new corps is simi services carried the medical Increase are in step'with'those"received vile Saturday .and two' NAS'ers will -, .r
lar to the Navy Medical and Den- costs of personnel who were by employees covered "His reputation as an expert become authorized strikers asa
,; tal Corps for doctors and hospitalized in such cases. Navy under general wage service. aircraft mechanic and trouble- result of the sixth and last
I dentists. lawyers pursued claims result- shooter places him in constant increment of the August Navy
The Navy's highest ranking ing in recoveries totaling more. Held in January demand throughout his divisionfor wide advancement exams.
lawyer explained how the new than $1,400,000 in 1967, accord- Held in January, the survey advice and help on difficult More than 200 NAS'ers were
JAGC affects the legal specialistsof Ing to the admiral. It was the was a joint effort between the maintenance problems. He has a advanced off the August tests
the Navy and .Marine Corps. highest amount recovered by any Washington, D. C. Manpower great interest in the welfareof and twice that many are waitingthe
It will give the sea services' of the three services.In Office, the Navy and the Bureauof his men and unselfishly devotes results of the February
, lawyers greater promotion opportunities closing, Admiral Hearn an- Labor Statistics.The Army and a greatdeal; of his time advising ams.New
and creates two flag nounced that Capt. Joseph B. Air Force were Included in the. thereabout both personaland NAS chiefs this month
rank openings as assistant judge McDevitt will become judge advocate survey. Local employees and professional problems.. will be ADRC" L.V. Griggs, HMCL.
I advocates general. One Marine general of the Navy April employee groups were also invited "Petty Officer Griggs'strongly Mebane arid 'ADRG W l Palmer. ":
officer and one Navy officer will 1. Captain McDevitt will be to submit recommendationsto advocates a strong plane captain Advancing to E-6 will be CS1
F eventually fill the billets. Also, promoted to rear admiral beforehe the Area Wage Survey Board system. He developed and imple- J. R. Anthony, ATl D. L. Hood,
a under a new system, fellow judge assumes the post. during early January. mented a highly successful plane PN1 J. Johnson, AO1 B. .Murphy -
advocates will now make up Local military officials wel- Held every two years, a wage captain training program. His AOl B. E. Savage, HMl
officer promotionboards for law- coming seminarians to the two survey determines the rate of expert guidance has ensured the J. E. Speed and AC1 N. J.
yers. week session included RAdm. pay at private enterprise com- success of this ambitious pro- Stubbs.
, Admiral Hearn pointed out that Robert J. Stroh, commander panies in the area. Statisticsand gram which is one of the best Going into the petty officer
the establishment of the new Fleet Air Jacksonville, Capt. recommendations are com- and most complete plane cap- ranks will be J03 M. J. An-
corps comes at a time when the Martin J. Stack, CO NAS Jax, piled locally, then forwarded to tain programs in the COMFAIR- dersen, HM3 K. W. Sokol, HM3R.
workload of the lawyer in uniform and Capt. William S. Baker, CO Washington where a new pay sys- JAX complex. J. Speer. and YN3 B. White-
is increasing. A major Naval Hospital. tem is authorized if deemed nec- "Completely at ease and con- side.YNSN
cause of the increased workloadon Following the opening session, essary. fident in the administration of his C. Pettie and DPSN T.
judge advocates Is the Medi- the judge advocates were tobegin duties, Griggs' applied 'yard Sweeney will become authorized
cal Care Recovery Act. This act briefings on a wide range of topics Commands RepresentedThe stick of human values' and 'exemplary strikers.
requires agencies of the fed- ranging from international law to military bearing are Advancement ceremonies will
eral government to seek re political military affairs within local wage board survey valuable contributions to the sup- be held in the commanding of-
covery of the costs of medicaland the State Department. The committee was made up of representatives port of NAS Jax." ficer's conference room at 9a.m.
.\ hospital care rendered to seminar ends March 22. of NAS Jax, Cecil ADR1 Griggs will be promoted Monday.

I' WAVE Director Praises Navy's Women following Jax Visit"Waves I

are performing in a the Hospital, Supply, Operations in the making concerning Wave
manner which brings nothing but and other facilities. assignments, uniform changes,
compliments from commanding According to the captain, the or opening new occupationalfields.
officers." That's the impres- primary function of a Wave Is There are presently 27
sion Capt. Rita Lenihan, director "to serve the fleet" and views ratings within the Navy structure
of the Waves got after two the naval service of women asa open to Waves, but the captain
days of touring local commandsand "uniformed peace corps." She added, "Waves can also serve in
visiting with high ranking feels that every Wave has a spe- fields in a shore related rating
military officers. cific responsibility to her command "as those served by male per-
; The Navy's top woman captain and should demonstrate ini- sonnel."
said, "The latest proof of the tiative and willingly devote extra Captain Lenihan remarked,
importance of the Waves, Is hours if called upon in order to "We do not plan on assigning
" the fact that every commanding serve in a commendable manner. Waves to Vietnam in the future.
officer I have visited here has Captain Lenihan said the Wave The Navy's mission in Vietnamis
requested additional Wave bil strength was increased by 20 per basically at sea, and the
. lets." cent in March 1967, whichbringsa Waves must meet the requirements -
Following meetings with com-. total of 6,050, 550 officersand for fleet support in the
officers of local U. S." -- ..-
manding various 5,500 enlisted women serving continental
commands Captain Lenihan in the Navy. "At present, there She feels that male person- WAVE DIRECTOR Capt. Rita Lenihan spoke with women as-
visited with Waves attached to are no plans to further increasethe nel are willing to accept women signed to the Military Personnel Office, Monday. They wereL
Personnel, Administration and Wave strength, she added. within the Naval establishment, ( to R) YNSN Cynthia Pettie SN Stevie Shunick. the cap-
: 2. Communications, as well as with According Captain Lenihan, but. added, "There are some who tain, SN Marilyn Duvall. YNSN Donna Steib and PN2 Betty
r. women assigned to squadrons and! there arc not any new policies (Continued on Page 2)) Harrow.r .

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.. March !14, I 1968


Editorial View Points DIV rn' $,erv:'. ; e $
JA AX"B: 1'11"EWS, III "

The- lAX AIR NEWS is- a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
Private Monster MayDevoarCidit distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Edward's Chapel
; Jacksonville. Florida by the Holt Publishing Company
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in Office AIR SUNDAY MASS9 a.m.
: Rating"Why NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Box
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub- and 11 a.m.
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone DAILY MASS - -11:30 a.m.
is there so much month left at the end of the money? 772 3118 or 3119. SATURDAY MASS- 9am.
This seems to be a pretty common question in the average familyor Religious Education Classes
with the average unmarried serviceman. It appears as if the Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries (Grade School9:45a.m.) .
more we make, the more We spend. concerning such should be directed to: CONFESSIONS5.

Ours has become an affluent society in which', quite naturally, The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. -5:30: p.m. and 7 p.m.7:30 p.m.
people want to live better. They want more of life's modern con- 388 -2755 MONDAY
Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone
veniences to make things easier and, because of these labor-saving Religious Education Classes
conveniences, they are able to spend more time and more moneyon (High School) - -7 p.m.
recreation. VOL. 25 NO. 49 MARCH 14. 1968 TUESDAY
However, our affluent society has created a Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Single Young Catholic Organi- .
It's called credit. Buy now, pay later; no
Hyde monster. easy zation - .- 7:30 p.m.
money down; unlimited credit on just your signature -- these are THURSDAY-CATHOLIC CHOIR
common terms and common practices in today's world. 7 p.m.

Wearin 'o the Green U.S. Naval Hospital

SUNDAY MASS - -8 a.m.

Honors St. PatrickSunday

-10 a.m.

is the day for the Irish, years, Patrick went to Rome to PROTESTANTAll
the day of the "wearin' 'o the visit Pope Celestine. The Pope
green," and the day the Irish commissioned Patrick to work in Saints Chapel
honor the patron saint of Ire- Ireland, and in the summer of
land, St. Patrick. 433 he landed at the mouth of SUNDAY
Vanry River, near WicklowHead.The Divine Worship Service-lOa.m.
March 17 is the anniversary orderin Service 10a.m.
Druids, a religious Junior Worship
Patrick's death. lie has been
resented Pat- fr
ancient Ireland, Bldg. 722
Credit is easy to get, but it's deceptive. It's a lot like a beauti- honored and the anniversary of rick's arrival and stoned him. Church School 9 a.m. Bldg.
his death has been observed in
ful stream, pond or lake. It looks completely safe and seems He escaped them and sought a #722Junior
America for The
totally harmless when you first wade in. But one slip and under observance of many St. Patrick's years. Day more friendly territory. Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
you go. Maybe you'll come out all right and maybe not. began outside of the church in Before he settled at his new Bldg. !722
Credit is the same type monster. It looks safe enough, but one 1737 when the Charitable Irish vocation, Patrick sought his master Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30
careless step and you slip under the surface into the blacknessand Society, was founded in Boston. and paid the price for his p.m.
turbulence below. freedom. It is believed that Pat- TUESDAYJunior
The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick
Credit is so easy to obtain that buyers often lose sight of the founded in Philadelphia in 1780, rick converted his former mas- Choir Rehearsal4p.m..
fact that monthly credit payments can quickly equal or exceed began to observe St. Patrick's ter, and his family, to chris- Bldg. # 722

the money they have available after taking care of necessities. Day and four later, the tianity. WEDNESDAYSenior
When this the careless credit buyer either defaulton years Patrick and taughtin
happens, must Friendly Sons of St. Patrick in preached Choir Rehearsal 7:30
credit payments, cut back on necessities or go deeper in debt New York was founded. Ireland for many years. He p.m.
by borrowing more money to meet the bills. built churchesorganizedparish- THURSDAY
Before plunging into credit buying's deep waters, make sure the Many legends have stemmed es and is said to have performed Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
item is really needed and is worth the credit charges. Decide if from the life of St. Patrick. One miracles.He Bldg. fr 722
the monthly payments can be met or if there are already too of the most popular> legends, believed and his companions were Christian Science Service"
many monthly payment obligations. to be authentic,is the storyof taken Into captivity 12 times by 8 p.m. Bldg. # 751asrr
Above all, decide if the item in question is really worth risking how St. Patrick explainedthe the Druids, and were finally
your credit rating and possibly your career in case you can't meet mystery of the Trinity to chained and condemned to death.St. .
the payments. A good credit rating is essential to you personallyand the Irish people. It is believed Patrick died March 7, 493,
professionally. You owe it to yourself and your family to that he plucked a shamrock, and and was buried in a shroud made TrafficViolations
maintain it. (AFPS) "said the three leaves represented for him by St. Brigid. He was
the three persons of the buried where the Cathedral of
Trinity, and the stem on whichit Down now stands.
Cemeteries NeededBy grew represented the Godhead, The green worn by the Irishon
and was typical of the unity of St. Patricks Day has been

three in one.Patrick adopted as a symbol of the undying -
LCdr. F. E. Sims CHC
gratitude to his memory, The following is. a report of
Many a small town has found it necessary to enlarge its ceme- was born in Kilpatrick and the shamrock represents his motor vehicle accidents and traffic -
teries. As cities and villages age, the more extensive cemeteries near Dumberton, Scotland, the explanation of the mystery of the violations for the period Feb.
become. But the cemeteries most needed are those of another son of a wealthy merchant. At Trinity. 21 Mar. 4. .

son -- for burying dead deeds, insults and injuries. suffered at 16 he was captured by Irish pirates Wave Director This Week . . . .9
the hands of our fellow man. and sold to a Celtic chiefas Total Accidents this year through

When a disturbing deed is done, when its impact and influence a slave. He remained a ser- (Continued from Page I) Mar. 4. . . . 46
have been felt, and when it has become a thing of yesterday and vant for six years and in that Number of Accidents through
yesteryear, it should be buried in forgiveness and forgetfulness.If time learned the Celtic languageand may have never served with a Mar 1967. . . . 60
Wave and it is each Waveto
the of the Irish. up to
we do not find a cemetery to bury our injuries suffered at the customs remember this and to explainthe Total number of days since
hands of others, it will poison our days. last Injury in a motor vehicle
the time his
During slavery, why she is in the ser-
One of the strangest features of man is the lengths to which he Patrick decided he would devote vice.reason" accident. . . . 10
will go to keep a post offense alive. He will massage it. He will Number of Violations
his life to religion. When he finally The captain offered the follow-
give it artificial respiration, attempt to pump life into it and This Week . . 116
he made his
escaped, way ing advice to a Wave that encounters -
breathe fresh irritation, anger and resentment into it, long after to the west coast of Ireland, disrespect Speeding. . . . 22
personal or
the act is finished and its pulse has stopped. Men won't let a dead where he found Reckless Driving. . 17
a ship ready to : Set an example that
deed rest in decent peace. Everyone needs a cemetery where sail. He was allowed to board gives the highest Going through Stop Sign. 11
slights and injuries can be laid to rest. and in a few days landed in everyone and most favorable Other Violations. . 67
But how can we bury someone's offensive deed in forgetfulness? Britain. respect Twenty-one drivers appeared
impression of the ,NaVY Wave. .
By "forgive and forget" we do not mean to say hurtful experiences From Britain, Patrick made before the Traffic HearingBoardat
should be repressed into our subconscious minds where they are "his way to Tours, France, wherehe the meeting held Mar. 7.
out of control and may rankle and ruin us. entered the Monastery of St. U. S. Savings Bonds cannot be Disposition of the cases includedthe
used as collateral because only
Rather Christian forgetfullness means abandonment of all emotions Martain to study for priesthood.After the registered owner can redeem following: 6 lost driving and
associated with offensive experiences. It is God's attitude. studying there for 18 them. parking privileges aboard station -
toward His children. As Jeremiah puts it, "I will forgive their for various periods; 12 were

iniquity and I will remember their sin no more." Jeremiah did Metalsmith Receives Owl assigned to complete an eight-
I not mean that God is absent-minded about man's transgressionsbut AwardLast hour course in remedial drivingat
only that he treats the penitent as if the offense had never NATTC; 10 received suspen-
I occured. Such forgetfulness In human relationships does not week was"Save Your Vis- sions; 4 were given warnings.
suggest that hurtful experiences are beyond our recall, but rather ion Week" and A. L. Harden, a and 2 referred to command ing of-
I; that we behave toward our offenders as if the harm had not been metalsmith at NARF received an Seventeen drivers were assessed
done. We remember the offense with the same detachment that award from the National Asso- Ph C 47 points.
marks our remembrance of our house number or telephone number. ciation for the Prevention of
Paradoxically, this kind oi forgetting comes by remembering! It Harden received the associa-
I is the result of filling the mind so full of worthy things that we have tion's Wise Owl Award followingan JAX DENTAL SOCIETY

I no room for emotion-packed recollections of yesterday's offenses. accident in which his sight Navy dentists will host the
No forgets by keeping his attention fixed on the thing he
I one ever may have been saved. Hardenwas Jax Dental Society attheirMarch
wished to forget. We forget by becoming attentive to somethingelse.
operating a saw which hurled 20
the Officers Club.
meeting at
We ought to forget the disturbing elements of our past by a sheared tooth that hit his safe- t
filling our minds with the Importance of our goals In )ife. ty glasses. The saw was travel- The guest speaker will be

ing at 3,000 revolutions per minute RAdm. Frank M. Kyes, Wash-
Therefore ought to bury hard feelings under memoriesof
we our
when the accident occurred. ington D. C. assistant chief of
our own faults, our own continuing need for pardon. Also we :
Capt. C. T. Faulders presentedthe Bureau of Medicine and
ought to cover the grudge with the remembrance of the offender'sneed.
award to Harden. (Dentistry) and chief of the Dental

jesus' command "Love your enemies and pray for them that Of every patron dollar spentat Admiral Kyes' willbe
persecute you" is not only gospel admonition but a sound technique.Who Navy Exchanges during fiscal "Navy's Preventive topic

can hate a person while earnestly praying for his good? We year 1967, 61 cents went for pur- their Relation Programsand Government .
ought to bury offenses under a heap of prayer. chases in the retail stores. A. L. Harden Sponsored II'

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March 14, 1968 'J x'AIR NEWsi FTERBURNER Page 3

I Station-Squadron News I ,/ I Happy St. Patrick's Day! ,

RETIREMENTSVA attention" detail ... inspiring GIANT SWAP MEET

86; AQC Frederick P. NAMTG (Det. 1016) 'Instructor of MARKETCome
Schiefelbein, after 20 years of the month-AECS Thomas C.
service. A native of Massachusetts Scott. Chief Scott is LeadingAE Buy, Sell or Browse-
he and his family plan to Instructor. Thousands of Items.
live in Pensacola. NAMTD (Det.1034)) Instructor of Blanding Drive-In Theatre
Ate. Franklin E. Rosenburgh the month-ADCS John McAllis Every Sat. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
after 20 years. He has been with ter. He is instructor in the Sun. I p.m. 6 p.m.
the "Sidewinders" since Feb. TF-30 Jet Engine Maintenance 768 7085 or 768 4793XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXK
1967. Course.
AMHC Richard S. Kapusta after )
20 years service. Chief Ka VF-62: Centurion patches to
pusta has been VA-86 Line Chief LCdr. A. P. Fancher, Lt (jg)
since joining the squadron in J. Louden, Lt (jg) D. S. Kohla, lJ OO OOOO
Feb. 1967. Lt (jg) G. J. Norman, Lt (jg)
VA-34: YN1 William Allers, E. H. Davis III, all aboard the : ;
after serving 20 years. Petty Shangrila.VF OOD

Officer Allers plans to live in 62; Letters of Commendation Capt. Gordon Hodgson, skipper of the Roosevelt, congratulatesLt. a
Pensacola.ADVANCEMENTSVA66 to AE2 James R. Bell, AE2, Kemple on being named CAG-One Junior Officer of the
ADJ2 John L.
R. L. Blankenship,
: Warren J. Smith and Year.
Stull. A fully managed mutual fund
Michael L.Paul to Yeoman Third.
Both are USS America Med vet- VF-62: Boomer of the Month Lt. Aff.M. Kemple of 172 with the objectiveof
erans. award to PR3 Richard Spangler. seeking possible growthof

VF-62: Ira Barnett to PN3; Plane Captain of the Month Jr. Officer of 67 your investment.For .
Willis Beatty to AMH2: ; Gordon award to AN Clarence Browniow. free prospectus and
Bethea to YN3; Derrell Newtonto i i t i Lieutenant Morris M. Kemple, and the Navy, Lt. Kemple received Information please contact
AMS1. Series E United States Savings Jr., 25, of embarked Attack a ship's plaque and 30
Bonds now pay 4.15"/0"/ when heldto Squadron ONE SEVENTY TWO, days leave. INTERNATIONAL
AWARDS maturity of 7 years, their was named Carrier Air Wing Lt. Kemple entered naval serv-
VA-66: Waldoman of the companion Freedom Shares pay ONE's "Junior Officer of the ice in July, 1960, reporting a- SECURITIES CORP.
Month-AN Philip H. Breazeale, 4.74 per cent, when held to ma- Year" for 1967 In recent cere- board the Roosevelt with VA- 3986 BLVD. CENTER DRIVE
recognized for "willingness ... turity of 4 1/2 years. monies which climaxed personnel 172 in August, 1967.A Suite 205 Call 3591726mm !
inspection and awards presentation 1964 graduate of the U. S. ,
mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm-
s-...., U c. G while the ship was anchoredat Naval Academy at Annapolis, I rI 1I Please send me information I
Crete' Maryland, Lt. Kemple is the son
Soudha ,
Lt. Kemple was picked from of Mr. and Mrs. Morris M. about Enterprise Fund. f fI
among the junior officers of the Kemple, Sr., of 5 Erskine Road, I Name I II
squadrons and detachments pres- Ringwood, New Jersey. Lt. I Address I II
ently embarked aboard the Kemple resides with his wife, City I II
the former Judy Earhart, of Sea- I
Roosevelt In Carrier Air Wing I
ONE. In recognition of his out- ford, Long Island, New York, I _Zip_____________
I standing contribution to the ship and son, Morris HI, 1


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fi} f Wives Club Slates Fashion ShowNavy NA rrc

Wives Club Jax #86 has bathing fashions. Miss Nanci y
extended an open Invitation to all Jackson, representative of the SCENEBy
enlisted wives to attend the Spring\ French Novelty Shop will narrate '
Fashion Show Tuesday at 10 p.m. the show. f Tfn Raker
in the clubhouse, Bldg.\ 716, Refreshments will be served j Cdr. Francis J. Klinker arrived -
aboard the air station. The club following the show. Reservationsare last week to relieve Cdr.A. .
is sponsoring the 'show in honorof not necessary and there is no .4 W. Bradbury as logistics resources -
National Navy Wives Club of admission charge. Ya." officer at NATTC.
America Membership Month being Free nursery care at the station ,J ip Mi Klinker came here from COM-
celebrated through the monthof nursery, Bldg. 560 will be Five.
for those the
March. provided attending
after reporting\ on
The spring fashions of of the show.For further information call y Yy? ; board, Klinker received the Navy
French! Novelty Shop Medal for meri-
ville will be modeled by mem- Mrs. Lynn Treutel, show chair- Commendation
I bers of the club, and will include man at 771-8694, or Mrs. Dor- k w'@ torious service while servingas'Task officer
formal and casual wear thy Staton, co-chairman, at 771- Force operations
such as dresses, sportswear and 1194.BTJI2L.1DERS.. 4,, from May 1966 to January 1968.
Accompanying the medal was a
-_ citation for"planning\ ,coordinating -
and monitoring\ air opera-
Z'Ai1 / tions, other than strike operations -
of Task Force Seventy-
Seven to ensure that adequate
S search and rescue logistics,
and combat support services
were available to units of the
NAVY WIVES CLUB #JAX 86 is sponsoring a Spring Fashion Task Force.
Show Tuesday in honor of National Navy Wives Club of America Cdr. Klinker, his wife, and
(. Membership Month being celebrated this month. Club mem five children live In Orange Park..
bers (I r) Mesdames Libby Hellmlg, model, Lynn Treutel ,
chairman, Cindy Barnes, model, and Dorothy Staton, co chairman Mr. Walter Rambo is the administrative -
officer at NATTC.
are part of the show.
His promotion effective on

..- --.- ,... March 10, entitles him to a GS-

-; '" /', 11 rating..\ . .
; 4 0"1f ES The NATTC Intramural Golf
Yo rh League presented trophies to
\ members of the winning\ team
AT THE Saoonthl NAS Golf Course
yesterday at
1 :BELL.A.IEI: : :: r s' p S8.00 AO School beat AE School 's
b .,, S3?
1AG rmenrs mod' 00_ Gold team by one point. Members -
{ : : : : :HSTO. PRICEBEFORE\ tor ocher stt pOn on ? of the AO team were Cdr.R. .
t0i oro' ,Or, D. Kunkle, LCdr. B. M. Har-
\c You are cordially& invited to inspect our homes at your convenience rr kins, Lt. J. W. Purtee, Lt.
10 A.M... to Dar(. Travel South on Blandinf Boulevard (Hwy. *21)) yOUBORROW
J. E. Fox, CWO4 S. W. DeLoach,
AOCM W. '''H. Andreau, AOC A.
I| P.S. WE'RE BUILDING MORE | Check. compare. know what you payl! L. Hardison and AO1 C. R.
Then get your loan the BENEFICIAL way! Bethune Jr.Following.
Get up to $600 take up to 24 months to the presentation of
C ASH repayl! Just phone get cash in l.visit to trophies, the league celebratedwith
Say Aloha the office. .or drop in today! a steakdinner.. The six
Get that BIG O.K. at Beneficial! teams in the NATTC golf league
Your compete throughout the year.The
r S to Neighbor Loans up to$600 on Furniture, Car or Note spring summer season begins\

JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville early In April.
..', e 5635 Roosevelt Blvd., Venetia Village Shop. Ctr. .
i DRIVE TO (Next to Winn Dixie) . . . . . .Ph: 388-9374 March 7 endedNATTC's
e 5059 Normandy Blvd. . . . . .Ph: 384.4595 mural basketball season. In the
4 other Beneficial offices serve the Jacksonville Area playoffs, AE/A Class 745 took
See phone book white pages for nearest office
I AE/A Class 743 by a scdre of

HAWAII BENEFICIALFINANCE ; 52 ship.Members- 44 to win the champion-

1 uggu of the winning\ team
SYSTEM were Wayne Anderson (captain),
7 DAYTONA BEACH64W44 Kenneth Fligiel (co captain) ,
Fred Harigel, Gilbert Uupaul,
Steve Boyer, Darryl Hunder
Gene Crancall, Mark Boggs and
'I t \\ OPEN SUNDAY James Lobianco.United.

l Fund

"" Honors 679th

I I. 2301 S. Atlwtic Ave., A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY AF Squadron

HAS EVERYTHING! We gv them the VW 16 point Safety end Performance. Inepect- '
i.... Then we tuned up tightened end replaced everything that The Air Force's 679th Radar
S 1b needed It. And guaranteed them 100,.for the. repair or replacementt Squadron at NAS Jax was honored
1f all mechanical for 30 1000 mlfee.
major parte days or
Special .* In and dewble check. at an awards luncheon of the

t Military. .. : Rates VW SEDANS FROM 1962 to 1967 Spearheaded by 2nd Lt. Wilbur

r. eliildrt..i' .1 fader 12 Seeervkee1 CMdrte's 66 VW SEDAN, Air Cond., White . .$1690 Leer Combined,:the squadron.Federal.Campalgft'helped the local '

I o" S free Bey CampPereeSte 66 VW FASTBACK . . . . .$1850 reach $285000the'hijidstfigurereached ;

I I .e AN Heeled. Ie..I"...........' peel ler thekMt 66 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe . .$1750 since the single
65 VW campaign was started three years
; .( eme4etient4itery Uetk Polynesia. DELUXE STATION WAGON.$1475 .

I. ler the Keen AhMt""A.reS 65 VW DOUBLE CAB PICK UP. . .$1195 ago.OOFaII ---

The Waikiki ---- 66 III
PONTIAC GTO, Air C nd.. e . .$2195
Supper CM. '-I.v.CHU*TIO:ti"' 66 CHEV. BEL AIR 2 Dr., V/8' A/T, PS, PB.$1600 I The Fliist Feed \
3 Shews N le4y NO CO VIB CMAaCI 65 Served
GALAXIE 500 4Dr., HT, Loaded. .$590 I I

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.i NAME . . . . . . .I 66 Dr., HT, Loaded. . .$1575
i I II FALCON 4 Dr., AT. . . . .$1450 I 6 AM til 11 PM |
I ADDRESS, . . . . ..,. . CHEV. IMPALA S.S. Loaded. . .$1225 FrL & Sat. 6 AM tic 3 AM
..::' :" ,. :>>::.:' ., .,. ,. :. ," 1 FROM -
CITY.. . . . .. .. '. t. . I TOM I

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STATE,. . . '.' '.. : :. ?.,% .. THUMB i

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: ZIP. . . .'. . . .' . . .I: Restaurant
1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville,. Fla. 781 5511 B i
I send me youf fully illustrated :
Open to 8 Daily Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.1
1 literature for a Hawaiian Holiday J JA\ I. to 6 PM I 6035 Roosevelt Blvd. IJAX
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I Civilians in the News Alexander Clifton, a civ-
ilian inspector from NARF
40 Year Awards Prevent Accidents Jax, spending! a sixmonthtour
at Subic Bay in the Phil- MU I. I I
Willie Blaylock, Lester 3 Sellers Ir' y
and Juell L. Torbert. Disposal Division: Robert ippines, discovered a symbolof
Huskey and Jerome Cowart. home whenhe came acrossa
Division Frank stencil imprint on a R182-
30 Year Awards Material :
Wook, Henry Behrens, J. E. 84C engine container indi-
Lawrence P. Duck.A/Cquali Smith, O. E. Gundel, George cating the engine had been
control specialist Logan ]L. made HFI(Ready For Issue)
; Gahagan, E. D. Wright, and J.
Cooley, machinist, and Frank I IWiRelius G. Sellers. at the local Rework Facilityon
industrial engineer. Labor and Equipment Branch.,. : Jan. 10.
f* When.Clifton found the en-
Retiring Claude Raulerson. \ gines, less than a month after fwrs
Traffic Branch: Jesse Kelleyand
had left NARF, they .k
William L. Wilson, supervise H. E. Stringer. had they travelled to Phu Bal ,. ;
storage branch26yearsBrax; Letter Of Appreciation South Vietnam, where they
ton Love, shops department Kingston G. Wold will be used. n
26 years;and Louis R. Thursb: ,
production planning department .

tractor Horace 20 operator C.Year Brown Awards; Elizabeth, industrial D. SHIRTS i {I 1 Roosevelt Mall } CAR WASH

Schultz, clerk typist; Evele OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30M 5:30 PM
Jackson, file supervisor; Elija
Marshall, helper, A/C engine FREE CAR WASH
mechanic; Robert F. Bradley: LAUNDERED '

airframes mechanic; Lewis Eo, to is -- - to -t- lw ti s- tti WITH 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL/
Cox, electronics mechanic< ;
Douglas R. Riles, airframe
mechanic; William Crews, II SPRAWAX. .HOW ONLY SOC
electronics mechanic; Leon L. e .
CarterA/C metalsmith;William I II Located in Roosevelt/ Moll Shopping Center
A. Edmondson, sheetmetal worker II
; Emmett P. Prevatt A/C II
painter;John F. Bennett, GeorgW. II
Bryan Percy L. Preston ,
Kenneth J. Seefried, Horace W. I
Seymour, and John H. Streete II
Benny Suggs I
Beneficial suggestion award ---------------r. --
are listed with the estimated savings -

Anthony brought Martinelli the governmen, $25(( : With $1.00 or more dry Cleaning

Russell C. Mitchell, $285; Roge .. BELOWFACTORY
B. Gibson, $2000; and Morley (ON HANGERS NO SPECIAL)
E. Flanagan, $186.Cards .

& Pins
Fred W. Mansell 6 year: :
George W. Murdock, 9 year: :
Forrest E. Berrie 11 year: :
and Henry Behrens, 13 year: 7851 NORMANDYAcross

( from J.M. Fields) COST !

NASA Deadline Nears ., ..' ....:.;:.: :.' ...... (, ........:.......;::......":'.' ...... '.' .... .' '. ..., .... ....:.,

March 20 will be the final > SaveAayel
day to apply for the Jax Naval .f Sd ye J
Air Stations Association'sgroup
insurance, according to
Jack dinator.Shapiro, insurance coor- I Brand I New

The next enrollment period <
will open Jan. I, 1969. ..r":7f

1967 BARACUDAS1Coupe

J. ik

We Give Merchants Green Stamp ,

'.., .> 1-Convcrfibk, A/T, V-8

I't. \ << :: 1 ,,"


don't around paying bills....they- :
beavers run
COMPANY INC. open a checking'account at .:: 1-Fury

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I Drive a little-Save a lot at
Monday Wednesday: 10:00: a.m. .*. 3:00: p.m.. ."
9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
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ISCOUNT StORl Monday Friday: 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. .:I Cove Springs, Fla. Phoi 264-2417
Military Pay Days 9:00 a.wt. 3:00: p.m.
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March 14, 1968

[,; Sea, Air Rescue Major Mission at AOMD .. .

\ I I
I It
1 '. '
t :' A continual training process '
give aviators and crewmen the
\ skill required in sea/air rescue
't operations is the major mission
\ : of: the NAS Air Operations Main
tenance Department (AOMD).
Two officers and 108 enlistedmen
1 ? 6
work at AOMD to maintain
17 aircraft of seven different 1\\\
f.v f. types. The department is divid- /
ed into five major sections including 'L--
y avionics, airframes,
power plants, plane captains and
if'j: line with each section con-
tributing to keeping aircraft operationally -
ready to become air- y 1 ,
> r l 53''F
i iI
v I borne at a moment's notice.
\ t The department's Sea/Air
> ..: Rescue (SAR) operation consistsof
,\ two UH 2B helicopterswith

a six man crew and two Before Take Off The landing gear of the "Dumbo" airplaneis
t pilots each and two HU -16 fix-
ed wing type aircraft. checked to ensure perfect working order. Two HU-16 "Dum-
\' The helicopter crews keep bos" are used as part of the Sea/Air Rescue .
\ their aircraft operationallyready
\.' L when calledon "In addition, the terrain was so
.I to be airborne on a five often find weare
.1'\ ___ minute's notice during working an actual mission{ ," Lt. rough that the rescue partieshad
V, t hours, with a one hour launch H. B. Clark of Air Operations to be relieved every hour
0, Check Up The Sea/Air Rescue crew" gives the UH-2B hell. capability during off duty hours. explai d. I/ ,' and a half 4 and thunderstorms
!: copter a thorough check from rotor to wheels before going cut The two HU 16 fixed wing On one such mission oh July (Continued on Next Page)
on a training mission. airplanes referred to by their 13, 1967 a T 39' from NAS
.\ -- crew a s""Dunibos", are mannedby Glynco crashed in the Okefenokee
'\ 1 wn r w rs i eight pilots and 10 crew- Swamp in Georgia. Since the
: :.', men. The "Dumbo" has a crash site was not accessible by
" launch capability: of 15 minutes boat or swamp buggy, the NAS /IIauglITO
t I1t/-/ during working hours and can Jax UH 2B aircraft was
be airborne at a one hour's notice called to search for possible
. 'I. during the crew's off duty survivors and to transport a res-
. hours. The aircraft also has cue team to the site.
. \ the capability of staying air- In an account of the mission,
\ borne for 12 straight hours Paul Whitten, a UH 2B fact-
I\ L during search and rescue mis- ory representative stated, "The
sions. site was among the trees
\ "As a pan of our training which ranged from 60 to 100
program we use swamps, riv- feet high and the lowest hover --
ers and forests as our train- that could be obtained was 90
, ing grounds. These areas pro- feet, with only five feet of ro e
the obstacles that clearance.
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Air Rescue (Continued from Page 6))

i plus low visibility made maneuverability pleted because the entire crew NARTU News lrn"d ViewsBy I
even more difficult. and aircraft delivered top per- Skip
"Bad weather forced their formance beyond normal expec-
return on the second day after tation." Capt. Carl D. Simonsen, Stubbs Jr. The award Is pre-
nearly six hours of flight and t NARTU CO, was made an honor- sented to persons outside the.
i -recovery of the last victim of the Lieutenant Clark commented, r M ary "Angel" and member of squadron and was the first time
crash. HIt is unfortunate that these Reserve Squadron VP 742 here presented to a NARTU C.O.
"The weather and terrain con- crashes happen, no matter how March 3.Presenting. Captain Simonsen, who will be
ditions demanded maximum Infrequent, but operationally a plaque to the captain retiring from a 33 year Navy
performance for the 26 and one ready aircraft and trained SAR on behalf of all Weekend career here next month, thankedall
half hours of 95 degree temperatures teams have helped and will con- Warner members of the squadron members of the squadron and
and the very difficult and tinue to help save lives in the was Neptune Angel Com said that the plaque would
hazardous mission was com event of such occurances." a WNo, t4 ff" mandtng Officer Cdr. J. R. always hold a place of honor.

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Page 8 JAX AIR
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; P' By Sgt. Bob Tipton. J

.....,.- --- .- ...- --

Navy Achievement Medal despite the constant threat of Moran completed the course
list enemy fire and rocket and with a 92.99 average, betteringthe
LtCol. A. E. James, com mortar attack": old mark by 2.5. The highest
mandlng officer of Marine Avia- Jn addition, he originated a possible average for the seven -
tion Detachment, presented the training program to qualify week school is 99.
Navy Achievement Medal to Gy analysts in programming and PromotionsSeven
Sgt. William E. CrawfordMarch operating the IBM 1232 Optical Leathernecks were pro-
7. > Reader equipment. This greatly moted last week during cere-
Crawford, an AE School reduced the number of person- monies at the Marine Aviation
instructor here,earned the medal nel and time required to pro- Detachment.
for developing more efficient duce 3M data, according to the Lt.Col. A. E. James, com-
r 1 methods of solving problems citation. manding officer of MAD, pre-
within the aircraft maintenance The citation went on to read, sented the promotion warrantsto
program while serving as a Main- "GySgt. Crawford's ,outstanding the Marines.
NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL LtCol. A. E. James, MAD tenance Data Analyst with GS- 4, professional skill, initiative and Promoted to Staff 1'Sergeant
First Marine Aircraft Wing in loyal devotion to duty contributed
March 4 Gerald Barrett,
CO presented the Navy Achievement Medal and citation to were
Vietnam from June 3 to Nov. significantly to the successful AE "B" student James A.
GySgt. William E. Crawford March 7. Crawford, an AE School ,
14, 1967. implementation of the 3M Systemin Fisher, AE "A" School instructor -
instructor, received the award for his work with the Maintenance The accompanying citation Aviation combat squadrons." and Orson E. Wolf,
Management and Material System while serving in Vietnam. read in part, "Greatly concerned He is authorized to wear the Marine Mechanical School in-
with the efficiency of the Maintenance Combat "V". structor.
BKOKhRS I FOR OVER 200 e Management and New RecordPfc. Others promoted March 5 were
Mutual Funds The interest earned from your Material System, GySgt. Craw- SSgt. Lester J. Carroll chief
E ford assumed the duties of on- Gregory F. Moran set a
in Three JodieR.
investment SavingsINTERNAY'O cook, Galley Cpl.
HOWARD M. site troubleshooter and travelledto scholastic record for Ma-
Bonds is not subject to state or new Harston, armorer, LCpl. Wil-
AL local income taxes. Federal tax dispersed units of the wing, rine Mechanical School, Course liam H. Eggert, Jr., Personnel
SECURITIES CORP personally assisting in the implementation "P", here when he graduated
I on E Bond interest may be def- Office clerk, and LCpl. DavidC.
3986 DR.
CALL 359-1726 ferred until you redeem the Booo. of the program, March 1. Mickelson, AE School sup-
Good Conduct Medals

Five Leathernecks received
Good Conduct Medals here March

I Vacation 5. SSgt. Irving R. Auger, AO
School instructor, received a
certificate of good conduct in lieu
of his sixth medal.

'.:: GySgt. Gary Duchesne,MAD
career advisory NCO, and SSgt.
: Ralph Cocciolo, AE School instructor -
were awarded their fifth
Good Conduct Medals.
remedy SSgt. Jerry E. Padgett, troop
: : handler Marine Mechanical
School and SSgt. Ernest C. Wil-
ley, AE School instructor, earn-
\ : ed certificates in lieu of their

: :: ",: r: .ol', '. ,I fourth medals.
:!h" ,,. : ,_ ; Recent Arrivals
,; ; "
Welcomed aboard and assignedas
AE School instructors were
GySgt. J. L. Ward, GySgt. R.E.
Mason, SSgt. R. K. Yost, SSgt.R. .
i One application. E. Partridge,Sgt.J. L.Horton,

.. : }I.'t' Sgt. A. O. Grishkat, and Sgt. M.
K. Hotchkiss.
r-:" ro -I "
: New AO School instructorswere
rI -" SSgt. J. E. WatsonandSSgt.E. .
I Of .. "',. 1' h i 0" I II R. Canada.
I APPLICATION FOR CHARGE-A-TRIP CARD I Others welcomed aboard were
., Mail to Charge-A-Trip P.O. Box 525 Bala Cynwyd Pa. 19104 I
I : I AE School, IstSgt. K. L. Sorenson -
Marine Liaison first
AE "B" School student, and Sgt.E. .

I SERVICE I II School instructor.



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((24)) equal monthly installments, provided that each Installment be at least TEN DOLLARS ($10.00)) or the unpaid,balance if less, together with a P.S. Every Third Drink
'I I service charge of 1 1Yz: % per month on the unpaid balance. Upon default of the undersigned In payment of any Installment, the entire unpaid balance FREE9AM. til, 7P.M.
"I may be declared immediately due and payable. Eastern may assign its rights hereunder and the undersigned agrees to pay to any such I
I assignee each Installment,together with service charge, upon receipt of a monthly statement. I


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:. If you're an E-5 or over, just fill bout the sightseeing, almost everything. And you can &,: f .. San Juan

; Charge-A-Trip application and you'repractitake up to two years to pay. at Niblick

., cally on your way. To the kind of exciting luxury One application. That's all you need. That's all iarJt'11 f l. Ih'fhh"tJ T\p"' .ApumtiuauJi ''

vacation you thought you couldn't afford. c\iMim \' (Juh: -
we need. Send it in.Number I +'" u.HI i>;x-'-JureKtithotis +
.: To fun-and-sun spots like Mexico, Puerto Rico, ;' 'f Hall< I- Rt'jriiu'rti.oi
Florida, the Bahamas, Bermuda. ,InJ.i,, : '.tJiuti :\.' l'on J.i,.MI."mi
EASTERN und Ifciit.iig b\ (j C; xyvDrupos

With Charge-A-Trip it's easy. You can \\ to&J.\ ? (Furrl.shedhall! W iiiidLaric

charge air fares, hotels, meals, car rental, one to the sun. Phone!\ Sicimm.iK 384-4406!! P.v.


March 14, 1968

MoviesMovies Club SchedulesNASJAX

larly at the will NAS be shown Jax Theatreat regu- and dressing; Wednesday beef I\I\ .!._

6 and 8:15: p.m., Monday thru stew. They will be served from : :
Saturday. There will also be a BLUEJACKETS INN: Hear Mel 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
matinee at 2 p.m., on Saturday, Gaden and his Lazy Rhythm Girls
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- tonight. Phil Cay and Chantelswill
LUTHERAN SERVICE CEN- Ads shttild bi mailed tc the Holt Publishing C, .,.
pital Theatre will have one nightly be on hand tomorrow and m, )',
feature at 7 Cecil Saturday The TER: There will be a St. Pat- 1950 BUnding'' 81&.... Jacksonville, florid. 32210. (, arrive
Field night. Ravens
p.m. are not| l 1.ler than. /,r pyblicrtitn" the \ ,
have hosted rick's Party at the Center, 19 Tuesday Jo\l win$ Thurs
will two shows during the Saturday afternoon.Sun- W, Forsyth St. for day Ads arriving t## fate for this' d .dline' will be published*
week at 5:50 and 8 p.m. Mat- dayafterooonofferstheCamelotswith the following: week unless the publisher .is 'instructed. otherWise
inees will be shown on weekendsat Mel Gaden under the spot- military personnel. The party A check ,r money order for the full cost of the ad. must
2 and 5 p.m. light that evening. The Go Go begins at 8:30: p.m. Saturday and .be received WITH the xof,y for the ad.DO .
eliminations features the Came- features games, prizes, and re-
THURSDAY, March 14 freshments. There is admission
lots Monday and the Sixteens no NOT SEND CASH

NAS: "ARIZONA BUSH- Tuesday. The Ravens will be charge. ATE: Minimum cK.rp. ((3 tin..). . . . .'2."
WACKERS" starring Howard on hand for the finals Wednes- HAS CECIL FIELD Per ...l&ti..*.! line ((4 w.rds ,.,. I..".;. . .O.SO
Keel and Yvonne De Carlo. Rat- day.
ing Good. ((90 Min.) EM CLUB:
HOSPITAL "DOUBLE CPO CLUB: All pizzas are THURSDAY March 14 Dick
TROUBLE" starring Elvis Presley featured for $.75 today. Danceto Widon. ZIG ZAG FOR $ 40 3/4 ACRE,.60'TRAILER',FLbR-
and Annette Day. Rating the music of Mark Castle FRIDAY March 15 -The UFO's. SEWING MACHINE Original IDA Rm., Screen Porch, 2 Car
Good. ((98 Min.) tomorrow evening. Try the sea- SATURDAY March 16 The Guarantee ZigZags,makes but Garage; Fenced. Off 110th.Floyd
C. FIELD: "WARNING SHOT" food special for $1.25. Mel Sounds Unlimited. tonholes, sews on buttons, White, Bldr. 771 5643.
starring David Janssen and Ed Gaden will be under the spot- SUNDAY March 17 Phil Kay. decorative designs, monograms,
Begley. Rating Very Good. light for the St. Patrick's Dance MONDAY 'March 19 The Red etc. Just pay balance $40. at DELRAY MANOR 110th &
((100 Min.) Saturday. A sirloin steak for Coats Five.WEDNESDAY. $8 per month. Phone 353 1946 Karen St. New all brick homes,
$1.65 is the dinner special. Fried March 20 Mel anytime. Will deliver, no obli AC Low 20s. Building'Lots
FRIDAY March 15 chicken for $.95 and rib eye Gaden. gation. A 1 Sewing machineCo. Available; Floyd White, Bldr.
NAS: "IS PARIS BURNING" steak for $1.35 are specials for ORF: 1606 Main St. 7715643..

starring Leslie Caron and Orson Tuesday and Wednesday."O" Lunch Is served In the ORF TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT ..
Wells. Rating Very Good. every day from 11:30 until 1 Close to Bases, Lights Water FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
((138 Min.) Showings at 5 and CLUB: Enjoy the beef- p.m. Happy hour is 'held each and Sewage available. Call 389- Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
8:15 p.m. eater's buffet today from 6 to Friday from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. 5700. 10' x 12' ft. Wide. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
HOSPITAL: "ARIZONA BUSH- 9 p.m. The Norad Band dinner Game night is Tuesday beginningat Call Powell or Mills, USN
WACKERS" starring Howard dance is tomorrow from 6 6 p.m. Dinner is served every FASCO AUTO/MARINE Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park
Keel.C. 1 a.m. Saturday is Champagne Tuesday and Friday evening.All Products, Epoxy, Fiberglass, Realty.
FIELD: -THE COBRA" Special night with the music by events on Friday evening are Resin, etc. 1372 Cassat Ave. FOR RENT
starring Anita Ekberg and Dana the M onliters. A buffet dinneris by reservation only. 389- 3738. 2BRHOUSE-FURN.
Andrews. Rating Not avail- held Sunday from 6 to 9 p.m. The monthly dinner dance will Orange Park, Temp or Perm.
able. ((93 Min.) Tuesday is foreign dish night be held at the ORF on Saturday, JUSTISS TRAILER PARK. 1 Qtrs., Will rent to TAD per-
Scandinavian style. The club March 16. Officers and their Qtr. mile no, of.NAS. Clean' sonnel or bachelors 264 6884.
SATURDAY, March 16 features a luncheon from 11:45 wives will be able to enjoy din- modern trailers & Apts. 389 -

NAS: "A MAN FOR ALL SEA a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Tuesday ner and danclna from 8 p.m. 3007. STEREO/RADIO COMBINATIONSOLID
SONS" starring Paul Scofield and through Sunday. "REAL ESTATE: We will help STATE radio 4 speed
Wendy Hiller. Rating pu- you Buy, Sell or Invest. fully automatic, intermix stereo
perior(120( Min.) ACEY DUECY CLUB: Make Bowen Real Estate, Realtor changer with automatic cut off
"HOSPITAL: "IS PARIS plans to attend the Hippie party 1 1 USN Retired 384 1376. and dual sapphire needles. 2
BURNING?" starring Leslie tomorrow night at 8p.m.featur- months old. Pay balance of $69.
Caron.C. ing the sounds of the Fiestas. DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC or $8.50 per month. Also good
FIELD: "DOUBLE TROUB There Is no admission chargeand JOCKEY?? For Information call: buy on COLOR TELEVISION .
LE" starring Elvis Presley. reservations are not neces- 356 8351. Day or Night. Phone 353 1946, ask for Credit
sary. Saturday evening hosts the: Manager. Will deliver, without
SUNDAY, March 17 Jim Glues Combo. The Five FOR RENT 2BR HOUSE, Near obligation. A -1 MUSIC CEN TER
Clubs will be on hand Sunday NAS, Fenced back yard, kit. 1606 Main St., Jacksonville, Fla.
NAS "FEARLESS VAMPIRE equipt., $80 mo. 388-8269.
: night, following Game Night at A Civilian Career?

KILLER, OR PARDON ME, BUT 6 p.m. Game Night will also __m __,,_, PORTABLE TYPEWRITER A leading company has an interesting -
be held Wednesday at 8 p.m. ,
NECK" starring Jack MacGowan Dinner special for the week Local Folk sinters Jodi and Remington, Lightweight Good offer for Top Flight
Mary will be singing ,at the condition., Has balance of $34 personnel leaving the service.
Good. Min.
Rating Very ((115 ) are: Thursday :southern fried Put your service know how to
HOSPITAL: "A MAN FOR steak; Friday shrimp in a Candlelight,Saturday and Sun- or pay $7 per month. Phone work to earn the kind of money
ALL SEASONS" starring Paul basket; Monday meatloaf; day evening between 7:30 353 1946. Will deliver,without you're really worth. Openings all
Scofield.C. Tuesday hot turkey sandwich and 11:30.: obligation. A-l WAREHOUSE, overthe U. S. Include"your
FIELD: "ARIZONA BUSH- 1606 Main St. Jacksonville, Fla number when writeto
-- telephone you
WACKERS" starring Howard :
Keel. FOR SALE 1964 FALCON Director .
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4 speed trans., R&H, Special Orlando, Fla. 32809
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n Lr-L ftt sAaf /' coVers
-- tires, Wire ,31,000miles,
IOW RATES exc. cond., one owner, many ex- LASALLE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION '
tras. CALL 725-2261.
A Correspondence InstitutionTHE
JAX and CECIL 1 blk. w/of 5900
PAYMENTS' blk. of Jammes Rd. all new paint, Secure your future train now I
2BR, LR, Kit furn, Nook, park 2 Accounting, Law, Computer Programming -
Drafting High School
yt i cars, water, sewage garbageincl.
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE ., $85 mo. unfurn. Also furn. Completion, Business Manage-
Real Estate Traffic &
ment, ,
apts. Call 387-2541, nites and
wkends call 389-0744. Transportation, Stenotype, Sec-
UNDERWRITERS, INC. retarial, Dental Assistant, Interior -
(forwuTly Mrl)0itil's, ( /( 'Insurance//
MOTORS 2BR, fenced yard, swim pool, ALL COURSES APPROVED
*479 Reef eveJt llvd. 3117'7'Call $75 mo. 771-0348. UNDER NEW G. L BILL.

............. Us Anytime SMALL FURNISHED APT. pri- For Ostwind Information 2461961.- Call Mr.

Vate ac heat, utilities, linen,

;64 Chevelle. .$690 Very parking good weekly location cleaning, service.suitable TUTORING ELEMENTARY

gentleman, ref. Call 389-8912 or ,Grades, Area Orange ParkLake
64 VW Cony.. $590 EX 89023. Also private room Shore Murray Hill 771 0663or .
MONEY close to river.IF 264 9326.

63 Fiat 1100 .$390 Cash Monthly Months
You Get Payment to Pay YOU LIKE a short delightful ROOM FOR RENT PRIVATE
IN I 1 DAY Caribbean cruise vacation, 3, 4 Entrance. Twin Beds Dock ,
62 VW Bus.$590 5 84.33 $ 5.00 24 or more days, without spending Boathouse and fishing from front-
fortune. or a longer Europeantrip lawn. $20 single $15 double.
59 English Ford. $190 219.27 13.00 24 to the Med. or elsewhere, Write Holt Publishing Co., 1950
$25 to $600 call on Skafte Inc. Travelbureau. BLanding Blvd Box B, Jax, Fla.
56 Ford V/8.$250 320.79 19.00 24ARRANGED Courtesy and Service. 389-8912. 32210

Stick, '2 Dr. 427.51 25.00 24


We Cater To 600.00 34.39 24 ,

ServiceeNN.N.N.N BY PHONE ,,{,;<'f.l" AIR CONDITIONERS ;',t'; ;'$."Vl.Kw :
Payments Include 'interest.DI3L : NEW i USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES /h i;> <:i<.
;::4= ,,::{:':O-7.' NEW 4 USED TV SETS ";" )f


Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms lJ.JH
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I' The Bleu Max StoryLife

I O'Wives Welcome Spring 1t I

for a Navy pilot aboardan tice spar some 6'x 10', which is
aircraft carrier can be exhausting towed 1,000 yards behind the
and dangerous.The daily ship. Pilots, using the spar as
I take-offs and landings are in their target, approach in a dive
themselves "nervous business." of 40 to 60 degrees at speeds
Recent tests show that a pilot's upwards of 400 mh, releasing
heartbeat is higher during an arrested their practice bombs at an alti- S_
landing than during actual tude of 5,000 feet. The squadron
combat. achieving the closest average in

I l During the period August '66 Bleu target Max proximity Award. receives the ;! & 7itili1I
I of Carrier
to Dec. 66, squadrons But the Bleu Max is not the
) Air Wing ONE (CVW-1) attached
only award designed to keep a
aboard the attack'aircraft carrier pilot in shape. There is the OK-3
USS Franklin D.Roosevelt(CVA- -
Award -- based on landing pro-
} 42)), on station off North Vietnam,
ficiency aboard a carrier,and theCaptain's
flew more than 7,000 combat "E" Award given to
: missions, dropped over 3,500 the squadron with the highest
of bombs and fired
tons more
degree of readiness and per-
than 26,000 rockets and missiles
formance through professionalism -
--enough activity to keep any pilot and safety.In .
in the peak of condition. i
the most recent awards
This year, July '67 to spring ceremony held aboard Roose-
'68, CVW-1 again embarked in
velt, Attack Squadron Seventy-
Roosevelt, is on a different kind ?
Two (VA-72)) walked away with
of mission, in a different part of top honors for the second con- f < agtA
the world. secutive month. The first awardof

During the present Mediter- the evening was presented by
ranean deployment, one which in- Commander Barr, and receivedby
volves no actual combat mis- Commander Edward Hofstra,
sions, it is easily understood how Commanding Officer of VA-72. T
a pilot could loosen up his guard The squadron also received the
--lose a little of that keen alert- OK-3 Award, which was pre-
ness that comes from daily combat sented by Rear Admiral V. G. rEi
missions. But this is some- Lambert, Commander Carrier
afford final Ultimate In Sleepwear introduced 0'Wives "Fantasy in About 225 ladies were on hand
thing that a pilot cannot to Division SIX. Their suc-
afternoon for the Cecil
lose. It was with this thought in cess came when Captain GordonS. Fashion '68 Tuesday
.. Field Officer's Wives Fashion
mind that Commander Max D. -t .---LI,
Of- '
Hodgson "n
(; Show. The show exhibited the
Barr, Commander CVW-1, ini- ficer of the Roosevelt, presentedthe new spring line from Ivey's of
tiated in July 1967 what is now
Captain's"E"Award to Com- Jacksonville and included fash-
Roosevelt ! ; known aboard the as !
Hofstra. These three
mander a-
ions from such leading designersas
"Bleu Max Award.
1 the
wards gave the VA-72 Blue Hawksa Mr. fort, Geoffrey Bean,
f \ The Bleu Max award is given clean sweep of all three squad- +n;'ir- who designed l Lynda Johnson's
I monthly to the squadron, and individually ronal awards. _,; wedding dress, and Joan Les-
to the pilot, that There are over 400 Navy Exchange -
I achieves the highest score in retail outlets in opera- >, ,t'11" \ 'f' lie.The spring look is short and
J bombing proficiency. The test is tion at Naval installations around ," t;:',' .,,; ,."{::1,. I :' ; boldly designed, with uninhibited
: conducted by means of a prac- the world.LIQUIDATION. ),."'.",. ,... .'" ,,,,., '. "j"f colors and simple lines. Col-
t ";. >< jj. ored hose are"in"and high heels

: 1 :i!r.I'; r, : : still very "out, according to

SALE !:ff"f1'" }T',rr' >,.:<: Ivey's, ladies will look like lad-
: :*' ies.
11\;' ',/.; > .' ;... .!.
>1 jt-lm,* : :;:>.,::.iH:;: < i%:::::::: ..n:;? :} 4 .".'..
65 CHEV. IMPALA. 65 CHEV. WAGON. .$1195
: H/To, A/C, V-8, A/T$1295IJ f.: 4 Dr., A/C V-8, A/T, PSG PD. TARA FARMSChoice
H, P/S. ,: 64 RAMBLER "770". ,$895: Acreage for Homes
A/C P S, V-8, R &H.
., and Forms Near Schoolsand
65 MUSTANG.$1295 66 CHEVY HALF-TON. $1395
V/8, 3-Speed R G H. ti PicI -up, XtraClean, 1"Owner. O'Wives find Sportswear has "gone to the tracks" in this Churches Away From
.:!,;,!:' *1'tm' ''Wm white combination with jockey cap to match. Town Out Only 6 Miles
To Orange Park and 10
.. The Above May Be iIFl" Miles To NAS, AX.
: J
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repay only $29 per month.We .

. We provide prompt service to IUPAYMINYS'us OF t _.'::;:m;. CARPETS
military personnel. Save time DRAPES
when you need money. Phone C..h Yo" Monthly We Will CENTRAL AIR & HEAT
first,then stop by to complete G.t r,ym"t Pay UTILITY ROOM
your loan. Try us you'll PORCH
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like us. We're the most helpful e
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March 14, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page I 11 I.a Id I .

ii a r Management Association Plans

1 ae Election of Officers, CouncilThe

Armed Forces Manage- Dickinson, and Mike Gardner and president of the American Heri-
ment Association's Chapter 40 Dan Boone are members.The tage Life Insurance Company.
will elect officers and an execu- following people have been A graduate of Georgia Tech,
a tive council at its March 21 nominated by the committee to Verlander moved to Jacksonvillein
luncheon meeting at the NAS serve as officers and on the 1956 and helped organize the
Tax Officers' Club. executive council for next year:.
The local chapter's nominat- President: ''Capt. D. A. Hemp- insurance company which he now
heads. Active in Jackson
ing committee has proposed a son; Executive Vice President, many
slate of candidates and ballots G. B. Kummer Jr.; Vice Presi- ville civic: organizations, Ver-
have been prepared. Nomina- dent for Programs, Cdr. G. H. lander received the Jacksonville
tion will be accepted at the 12:15 Eckert; Vice President for Membership Junior Chamber of Commerce
p.m. Thursday meeting and D. Worsowicz; &!cre- Good Citizens Award in 1965.
names will be entered on thepre- tary, Mrs. J. R. Fernandez; and
: pared ballots. Treasurer, J. W. Creecy.
: Those elected to serve will be Council Seat
installed at the Chapter's annual
Y1t spring evening dinner to be held Nominated to fill five council c5 cjJLianCThUas
i April 9. member seats are: J. J. Lev-
M Committeemen Named erence, E. O. Levriett, J. C.
Chesley, C. D. Able, Mrs. Mary
H. C. Chesley has been appointed Selby, Mrs. Barbara Nettles and \in/
to serve as chairman of L. B. Eubanks.
L the nominating committee, with
I ;; J. J. Leverence and F..Ray'Forrest Guest Speaker Juan at N
as members. The election Guest speaker at the meetingwill Phone 384. 44)6
committee chairman is MaxOpportunities be W. Ashley Verlander,
8 ; 1 J. 2 & 3 Bedrooms
t .Garden Type Apartments
OpenThe with (ountry Club

"._w ____.___. mnn__ merit promotion oppor- All applicants for the above RmuKS equipped i* Refrigerators J with GE
tunities currently open for receipt positions must be career or Individual Air Conditioning' '
Tailored UniformsOfficer of applications are listed -conditionalemployeesof and Mcatiritt! by d i C .
below. The area of consideration the federal government. Ap- Drapes furn is lied
and chief custom tailored uniforms are now available and closing date of each is plications should be filed with Uall\\ to \Hall\ (arpetfmt! and
in the Navy Exchange Uniform Department for both men and women. shown. IRD, Box 22, U. S. NAS, Jax., larftc .Sidmmiiui' Pool
The service is offered during all open hours of the Navy Exchangeand MPB No. 72 67 Plan D Fla. 32212. For further information -
is located in the Men's Department in the Main Exchange Store, grade levels GS 4 and below; call Ext. 2320.
Bldg. 27. MPB No. 79 '- 67 Plan C -
After selecting the preferred weight from the' large variety offered all semi skilled positions pay
the uniform will take from four to five weeks to complete. level 7 and below; MPB No.
John D. Collier, naval uniform representative, will be in chargeof 83 67 Plan B all skilled Need
the new service offered by the exchange. Collier has had over 21 positions pay level 8 and above. moneyto
years of experience in retail men's clothing fields. Area of consideration: NAS,
For further information or appointments, phone ext. 3238. NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,
Navy Commissary Stores, NAS, bills
679th Earns AF S.ff.ty CitationThe Jax. Applications will be ac- pay
for these positions at
cepted anytime
I 679th. Radar Squadronherehas in such areas as 100 per cent A separate applicationForm See HFC.
I ... received a Certificate of participation in seat belts for' 57 is required for each
Commendation from Maj. Gen. autos, motorcycle Inspection position In which interested.
MPB No. 158 67 Industrial
and safety conscious .
Walter B. Putnam, commanderof system
the 14th Air Force,for achiev- drivers, and complete cooperation Engineer; GS 5, 7, 9 and 11.
ing the "ultimate goal of ground in providing safe working and" Area of consideration: nation-
accident prevention, the at living areas for the squadron personnel. wide. Applications will be accepted -
until the needs of the ser-
tainment of a perfect accident
met'and will be con-
vice are kI//
record" during calendar year The 679th has lived up to the sidered as received.
1967. words of Col. Victor Milner Jr. MPB No. 24 68 Traffic Manager -
Under the command of Lt.Col. when he wrote In presenting the GS 11. Area of con- S I
Francis B. Murphy, the 679th award for General Putnam, sideration; nationwide. Appli- \\\. '
has emphasized the importanceof "A year of accident free performance cations will be accepted throughthe -' .
an attitude of safety con is a difficult goal to close of business March 25. f ;
sciousness. This has paid off reach, and can be attained only MPB No. 28 68 Fiscal Accounting : 5
through hard work and careful Supervisor GS 11 A
attention to duty." (Navy Finance Office Orlando).

Government \

Employees Life 1 eBob's Oak Hill

Insurance Co. Got more bills than money to pay them?See the military

of Washington. D. C. Pure Service CenterOpen loan counsellor at HFC fora Bill Payer Loan from House.

hold Finance.At .
Is pleased
44. for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. Household, we'll tell you in advance how much your
Bill Payer Loan will cost-plainly and simply, in dollars
the "" and cents. No hidden charges. No extras. No surprises
road service pick .up & delivery
{ appointment' at Household Finance.

mechanic en duty. Am erica n & Foreign Cars Before you sign on the dotted line,

ofWALTER know what your loan will cost. ;!'
P.SINGLETARY 103rd & Jammes Road
771 9156 Jacksonville, Florida
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(AKC USN, Ret.) $100 5.93 729 10.07 $18.48
200 11.86 14,59 20.14 36.97
as Field Representative 300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45
500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
/in the Jacksonville area. VISITCLAUDE 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80

Whatever life, insurance Char[ft art computed at 3% on tkat part of
your scheduled monthly balanctt not exceeding$300
needs, you'll and 2% on any nmainJtr. This ttktiiult u.
find a Government Em- NOLAN based on prompt payment o sdincludncharlu.S.
ployees Life plan designed -
For complete informa- .
tion and counseling ser- P '

vice, without obligation, ily t -
you are invited to con-
tact Mr. Singletary for ao't47c4 =: -"
an appointment by call- @
ing 781-7600 (office) or 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 .
384-1631 (residence). JIfI(
Act today and be pro- Cedar Hills Shopping Center
tected tomorrow I IA ;??'>Mr'';"**'' .. 3734 Blanding Blvd.-77 1-9190 +.

l.9f R...",. Company Not 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 3984541A It

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,, Page 12 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER March 14, 1968 I II

I Air Force Squad Sweeps Local

I I Military Golf Tourney, Jax 2nd


Steve Veriato from HomesteadAFB Veriato took the individual lead over teammates Greene, and
shot even par golf of 73- during the second round playeda Brittle who were tied at 223
72-71-216 over 54 holes to take week ago today with a round of following regulation play. "'Brit
14 the individual title and lead his 72. Brittle fell to 7th with an tle took. second place on the third
I team to victory in the 6th annual 81 and 152 total after 36 holes. hole bf 4' sudden death play-
Southeast Invitational Military Homestead also took over the off. It -moved Greene to
Golf Tournament which ended team lead with a 602 621 advantage third.
here Friday. over Jax after the,second Behind Homestead and Jax in
)Host NAS Jacksonville's Walt round. the team standings was Maxwell
Brittle (Hospital) held the Individual Shooting a one under 71 over AFB's squad with a 941 team
TOP THREE-Holdinf trophies for winning effort are (L to R)f fI lead, played during rain the final 18, Veriato had a seven- total.
< Steve Veriato, Walt Brittle and Bus Greene. Greene and Brit- and chilly winds Feb. 6, with a stroke lead coming off the course Individuals: Veriato 72 -
tie tied at end of regulation play. one under 71. In second after 72 71 216; Brittle, 72 -
18 holes was Bill Eager of Maxwell 82-71-223 (playoff); Greene
YP-7 Takes Fourth Place AFB, Ala., at even par 72. Sail Club 73 76 74 223; Ed Jones
Veriato and teammate Bus NAS Glynco, 75-73-77-225;
Greene were tied at third with Wes Smith. Homestead, 77-
Sets NewSchedule 73 ,- 75 225{ Dick Prior
73. Four men were four out at
McCoy AFB, 76 72 78 226
In American League RacePatrol 75. They were Dick Valdes ;
NAS Jax.; John Smith Moody, Dave Jones' Pope AFB 76 -
77 76 229; Bill Eager
AFB: Ed Jones NAS Glynco,
Maxwell AFB 72 79 79 -
Squadron Seven clipped the Administration five 51 38 and Ed Kendrick from Marine The Navy Jax Sail Club opens
in the last game of the intramural basketball season Monday nightto Corps Air Station, Beaufort S.C. the spring instruction period 230; Jack. McMullen Maxwell Roland
78 77 78 233;
take fourth place in the American League standings.As At the end of Wednesday'saction Saturday morning at 10 at the
Goff NAS Albany, 81 80 -
the American Jax and Homestead were clubhouse. Sailing master Bill
regular season play ended League leading
74 235; and Tom Kilpatrick
VAP 62 Tigers closed their season the same way they started tied in the team standings! with Kelly will give instructions and Pope 81 76 78 235.
with a 66 30 win over MARTD bringing their record to 12 2. 300. start a series of lessons in basic 899 NAS
Teams Homestead
: ;
: The VW 4 squad who led the National League throughout the seamanship for adults. Jax 939 Maxwell AFB 941; Mc-
also finished their Depending on the turnout, the ;
season season on a winning note by downing Coy AFB 942 Beaufort MCAS
I Admin 61 44 in the last week's action making their regular future schedule will be workedout ;NS
956; Mayport 957; Moody ,
I season's play record 16 0. at the meeting. 969
AFB 962 Patrick Pope
In one of the biggest upset games of the season the fearless The Junior Sailing Programwill AFB 973; and Ft. Stewart; 974.
Boat House five torpedoed Aircraft Maintenance 52 47 in a March begin at the end of the school
Seventeen teams were enteredin
6 tilt. Although the Boat House ended the season with a 1-13 year and will be announced in a .
the annual affair.LOUNGE
, record their win over AMD showed'their true prowess since VAP- later edition of the Jax Air News.
62's only losses came at the hands of the AMD squad.
r Hospital edged out VP -.5 64 49 in a March 5 contest to take
j second place in the National League standings as VP 5 took third 4LRDILEY
( and VP 16 copped fourth. d4: my tl'J
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Team Won Lost Team Won
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I F1t.Wea.Fac.. 10 4 Hospital 13 3 Half PriceLADIES
VP 30 9 5 VP-5 12 4
I 1 VP 7 8 6 VP 16 6 10 .. _---..__..-.__..._ .---.-- ONLY
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