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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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March 21, 1968


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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.1 News in Brief f n_ 1 It I'Pir! ': k4.LI I 1 (;,i

Theater Changes Movie ScheduleMovies r ,\

at the air station's Theater will be shown only once each \
evening beginning Sunday. Monday through Saturday, films will be "
shown at 7:30 p.m. The Saturday Kiddie Matinee at 2 p.m. will ..
continue the same. There will be two features on Sunday at 2 and
7:30 p.m.

Library Given Book

The "First Transcontinental Flight," a book written by CharlesS. I
Wiggin, has been donated to the mainside Library. Miss Margaret w.P>

Clees, head librarian, received the boolj from Viola Gentry, consultant -
for the Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas

atAustin.Now available for reading at the library, the book contains ilit- .
some excellent pictures of the first coast to coast flight along with
1 the narrative. STEP UP .. Receiving promotion certificates Monday from the commanding officer were (L to

Disposal Hold Spot SaleThe R) J03 J. Andersen, ACI N. Stubbs, YN3 B. Whiteside, CSI J. Anthony, ATI I D. Hood, AOI B. '

Murphy, AOI I B. Savage, HMI I J. Speed, HM3 K. Sokol, HM3 R.- Speer and GMG3 J. Gilmore.
.. Disposal Division will hold a sale beginning at 9 a.m. oa March "
27. Located south of the Main Gate on Highway 17, the sale is opento f'UbUahed
military and Defense civilians, except those persons under 21 ,
; and those whose duties include responsibilities with the Defense

I Property Disposal Program, as well as their agents, employees and
immediate members of their household.

CNO Security Confab SetA

Chief of Naval Operations regional security policy conferencewill .
/ by the Holt PublUhtni Company a private(Inn.Opinion eipreaaed by the publln and wlUn herein we their own and not to b considered an 0111 I e/ anyVIUUTY
be held at the station Theater from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. on department.The appearance of advertisement Ihl*publication endor.ement of any military department ollila product or aervlcM advertined.VOL. .
March 28.Attendees. 25 NO. 50 U. S. NAVAL AIR ITAJIOH./ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA MARCH 21 1968

from Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama will
i, hear explanations of recent requirements and changes in security

_- policies. Presentations will include espionage, personnel security, Head of National Navy League
r security education, industrial security, document control and transmission .1
r. plus discussions of recent espionage cases. A team of

41, security specialists will conduct three answer and question periods Addresses Jax Council Banquet

.... and discuss in depth any oral Oi written queries from the floor.

: Air Station Association Plans MeetingThe The Jacksonville Council of a Distinguished Flying Cross jects; George R. Gebert, VP for 1.

I the Navy League of the United and Purple Heart Medal. Fol- membership; John L. Briggs,VP
Jacksonville Naval Air Station Association will holds its States held its annual meetingand lowing the war he remained in for Sea Cadet program; John R.
I annual meeting and elect officers for the coming year at a 7:30: banquet{ at the Officers Club the active reserve and subse- Durrett, 'VP for publicity; Wil-
I p.m. meeting in the auditorium of the Penisular Life Insurance Tuesday night. quently rose to his two-star rank. liam E. Scheu, secretary;RolandS.
Building 645 Riverside Ave., on March 28. Topping the evening's programwas His active training last year
Speakers at the meeting will be Capt, M. J. Stack, CO NAS Sax, a speech by Navy League took him to the Sixth Fleet in Kennedy, treasurer; GilchristB.
j Capt. C. T. Faulders, CO NARF: Capt. L. W. Graves, Public Works, National President Charles F. the Mediterranean, Seventh Fleet Stockton Jr., judge advocate;
': officer; and Capt. D. A. Hempson, supply officer. off Vietnam and to Da Nang and Brig. Emil Miller, chaplain.
!} Color slides taken aboard the station will be shown and
copiesor where he served as assistant to Among military men at the an-
prints of the slides will be available to attendees for a nominal Lt. Gen. Victor H. Krulak, commanding nual banquet were Adm. DavidL.

,._ fee. general, Fleet Marine McDonald, former chief of
Membership in the association Is open to all civilians employees Force, Pacific. Naval Operations, RAdm. 'H. H.
,t of the air station and tenant commands. A savings bond will be given Ex t f Elected to fill officer positionsin Caldwell, former commander I

away at the'meeting. the Jacksonville council this Fleet Air Jacksonville; RAdm. ':

year.were: Fred B. Motile.pres Robert J. Stroh, current commander -
,, Speech Laboratory OpensThe '" ident; Burton B. Steele, VP for Fleet Air Jacksonvilleand .1
program speakers; G. Rodman Capt. Martin! J. Stack, ,CO ; It
Navy Department has established a Speech Evaluation Laboratory Porter Jr., VP for special Pro- NAS Jax.
in Room 2D327 in the Pentagon. Speakers from throughout the .
Navy may video tape record speeches and watch over Instant -
New GI Bill Covers All Vets
play back T. V. The Laboratory may be reserved by writingthe
Navy Department 's Speech Bureau of calling Oxford 70730.
Details are outlined in CHINFO Notice 5721 of Feb. 27. Washington (AFPS) -- Benefits For apprentice or other on-
of the new GI Bill are the job training, payments
Capt. Ross To Speak at CO's LuncheonCapt. not limited to the Vietnam (based on six month periods)
veterans, but apply equallyto begin at $80 per month In the
J. E. Ross, director of the Military Justice Division of veterans who have served in first period for a single veteran
the Judge Advocate General's Office, will be the guest speakerat the armed forces anytime after with added payments for veterans
te March Commanding Officer's Luncheon tomorrow at the Jan. 31, 1955. with dependents
Officers Club. Captain Ross' topic will be the LCdr. Marcus '4 The Veterans Administration Payments for farm cooperative -
Arnheiter case. Key civilians may make reservations by calling f explained that veterans who have training, including Institutional -
Lt. Mary Burnside at Ext. 2375. The luncheon begins at 11:30 General Duchein had at least 181 days' active duty courses, range up -
service, any part of which occurred wards from $105 a month. '
Duchein and election of officersfor
after Jan. 31, 1955, are Vocational flight training
a.m.Two the local chapter.A .
Enlisted Pilots eligible for these GI Bills payments cover 90 per cent of
strong advocate of sea pow- benefits: the established charge for flight
er, Duchein is one of three major
for who have
Full time payments for training veterans
generals in the Maring Corps under edu- the equivalent of a valid pri-
college type training
Add E-8 Stars MondayTwo Reserve. Appointed major gen- cational assistance range from vate pilot license.
eral in the Marine Corps in 1966,
G. loans the Vet-
Duchein $130 a month for a single vet- For I.
continues his interestin
chiefs, part of vanishing the Navy-Marine eran to $175 for a veteran erans Administration guaranteesa
Corps teamas
breed of enlisted pilots: were head of the Navy League. He with two dependents, with $10 portion of loans made through
for each additional de- commercial lenders. On home
promoted to E 8 here Monday. entered the Marine Corps as a extra
They are ABCS Jack Morgan and second lieutenant after gradua- pendent. loans the VA will guarantee up
AMCS Ira L. Shellhart, both ac- tion from Louisiana State University The same payments are to $7,500 of the loan; on farm
tached to Air Operations.Chief '. in 1936. avalable to a veteran while he real estate loans up to $4,000
school without and on non real estate farm
Morgan, a' 27 year Navy For action during WW II he completes high
veteran earned his aviator's was awarded two 'Air Medals, losing any GI Bill eligibility for (Continued on Page I 11)I)
wings in 1945, and has flown a advanced educational benefits.
number including many different air ship assignments naval, Among aircraft have thechief's 4# New Anti-Submarine Rate Opens ::1:1The '

been tours with Carrier Air
Groups 17 and 18 and aboard the of.;:, Secretary of the Navy has To be eligible, petty officersE4 Selectees will be authorizedto
carriers BonHomme Richard and II established a new rating to pro- and above must have exper- change In equal pay grade to
Roosevelt.: vide skilled personnel to man ience In the operation of air- the AW rating with no change of

Chief Shellhart earned his anti-submarine warfare equip- borne ASW sensor equipment, rating examination required
Chief Morgan be NEC code within September 1. In addition, they
wings in 1946 and has 26 yearsof ment operator stations on ASW assigned an
naval service behind him. A aircraft. 8267 through 8279 (less 8277)), will be entitled to hazardous
helicopter pilot, Chief Shellhart The Aviation Anti-submarine and be either a designated air- duty (flight pay) and proficiency -

has served in helicopter squad Warfare Operator (AW) rating crewman or in training. Other pay.
rons aboard several aircraft car- :; will primarily operate aircraft qualifications required are: be The general rating structure
physically qualified and have volunteered will be E-4 through E-9 and the
riers and in Japan. He flew helicopter anti-submarine warfare sys-
for Involving fly- path of advancement Is to war-
rescue and gun spotting fAi i i iJ' tems, perform as flight crew
missions off the deck of the members to interpret and class- ing; be eligible for access tosec rant and limited duty officer.
battleship New Jersery during ify data obtained from ASW sen- ret material; and hold current Navy-wide examinations for advancement -

the Korean conflict. sors and associated equipment, swimming qualifications for an will be given. ,
'Ir Both chiefs have flown the and train and supervise AW per- aircrewman. Formal training of AW's will I
TBM 1 Applications from qualified be the current methods of train-
"Avenger" torpedo bomber sonnel In their assignments.AW's .
like the C.J: on display in f l. .,.- will secondarily perform personnel interested in changingto Ing ASW sensor operators until :
front of Bldg. 1. Chief Morgan t :'f..' organizational level maintenancein the rating must be submittedwith a special. school has been ap
still flies from 30 to 50 hoursa the aircraft, including serv- the commanding officer's proved.For
month in aircraft belonging to ... icing, Installation and functional recommendation and certification additional information see
... .
, : ,., the station's Air Operations De- V /,.'- ... testing of the aircraft's compo- of qualifications to the Chief BuPers notice 1440 and consult
's # '- partment. Chief Shellhart nents. of Naval Personnel prior to June. the Personnel Office.


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Infinitus PaymentitisIt ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

A:4 Edward's Chapel

all started when a man was stricken with that dread diseaseto SUNDAY MASS9 a.m.
: \Ejra
which all American males are susceptible -- "New Car Fever: and 11 a.m.

It was of the lingering variety, probably due in part to the steadying DAILY MASS - -11:30 a.m.
influence of his wife who was suffering from "Home Decorating .' ,"' SATURDAY MASS9a.m..
Snydrome," that dread disease to which all American females are Religious Education Classes

susceptible. (Grade School) -----9:45a.m.
Emboldened by his wife's chance remark that "The Joneses havea \ CONFESSIONS5

new car; it sure is nice," he began dropping in at showrooms; j -5:30: p.m. and 7 p.m.7:30 p.m p.m.
looking, kicking tires, and sitting behind the wheel of one or anotherof MONDAY

the sportier models. Religious Education Classes
the old bus Into the and instructed them to
One day he took garage (High School) .7 p.m.
"Check 'er over, tune 'er up, tighten up the rattles, and put in a new TUESDAY
floor mat. Give me a call if anything major is wrong." v phI"R Single Young Catholic Organi-
The service manager, who can recognize symptoms as well as
zation -7:30
- -
any salesman, went along with the plan by calling within the hour. THURSDAY-CATHOLIC CHOIR pm.
"Your automatic choke isn't automatic anymore." Total bill 7 p.m.

$62.50.The man's wife thumbing through rug samples and drapery QUALIFIES- AN G. E. LeRoy is presented his, aircrewmen U.S. Naval Hospital
swatches, scarely batted an eye when he told her that night. She LCdr. Gavin Weir, assistant Air Operations officer,
wings by
nodded gravely when he said, "Can't stand much of that. Anythingelse SUNDAY MASS .8a.m.
goes wrong, we may have to start thinking about trading.He at ceremonies held March 12.
successfully found four more things wrong within a week.
She was talking about a new living room suite and he was com- ABSENTEE VOTING.. SUNDAY SERVICE 10 a.m.
plaining over repair bills being higher than car payments 'on their
way to an Interior decorator's when he heard a grinding that night PROTESTANT'All .
have been the beginning of transmission trouble. On the way home, YGUR VOTe Saints Chapel h
as they discussed the decorator's plans and terms, his wife inter- COUMTS-.

rupted a sentence to say that something did indeed sound strange. SUNDAY .
She also noticed the roar of the muffler and thought that there mightbe ONLY Service-lOa.m.
Divine Worship
a bump on one of the tires. r IP YOU Junior Worship Service 10 a.m. '
Two days later, just before she got him to sign the decorator'seasy CAST I IT Bldg. # 722 .
payment contract, she mentioned that the door on the driver'sside ,
and the little bad. Church School 9 a.m. Bldg.Junior .
was sagging a paint was getting a
That evening, a car salesman dropped by saying, "I heard you mightbe #722
getting about ready to do a little trading." He didn't say wherehe our ballot. In other cases, it gets us the particular state forms we Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
heard it,and the man,running an unprecendented car temperature must fill out and return to be eligible to vote. This varies from Bldg. # 722
didn't ask. state to state, but the FPCA is the first step. Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30
The new car arrived just hours before the furniture truck. The man The Department of Defense and the individual services providemore p.m.
was polishing the chrome when his wife came to tell him that she had ammunition for the battle of the ballots. They publish page TUESDAYJunior
taken the liberty of buying new bedroom and den furniture in additionto after page of voting information which can tell us all we need to Choir Rehearsal-4p.m..
the living room furnishings. "They'll add it on to the contract. know about voting in our states. All it takes to get it is a few min- Bldg # 722
just raise the payments a little." utes of our time. WEDNESDAYSenior
Both recuperated nicely from their respective illnesses during the Our absentee ballot is our weapon and knowledge is out ammuni- Choir Rehearsal 7:30
next four weeks.But also,they are now caught up in a disease more tion. Use them and use them effectively in the battle of the 1968 p.m.THURSDAY.
intense, more painful, and far more dangerous.. They face the elections. (AFPS)
terrible possibility that there may never be complete recovery for Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
them. That's the way it is with Infinitus Paymentitis commonly Foundition Announces '68 Tonic Bldg. # 722
known as Extended Financing.Don't Christian Science Service
8 p.m. Bldg. # 751
"A Free Ballot -- a Free Country" is the topic selected by .
Bug Out On FightHow Freedoms Foundations for.,its 1968 Letter Awards Program.The .
The ship with the largest dimensions -
top active duty winners from each of the five services will in the world is
be Invited attend the Presidential 20th.
to Inauguration next January
backed from 1,101 1/2 foot long U. S.
lives have good
many times in our we away a
Letters exceed 500 words. Print full rank
must not or type name, ,
fight--not just a passing fracas, but one that directly affects us number full aircraft carrier Enterprise,with
serial military address, service or reserve componentand
by its outcome? It doesn't sound logical does it? When we've got full home address on the letter. Entries must be mailed to a displacement of 85,350 tons
something at stake, we're going to fight for it tooth and nail. Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, Pa. 19481 before the Nov. 1 and over all width of 252
Well, if past statistics hold true, about half of us are going to deadline. feet. Her maximum draft of 37
turn our back on one of these fights this year. We're going to howl feet however, well exceeded by
like a stuck pig because the guys we let do our fighting lost and we Red Cross Seeks many tankers.
don't like the way the winners are doing things.
We're not talking about the shooting war in Vietnam--or a shoot- Women Volunteers .
ing war anywhere else for that matter. We'retalking about the battle

that's going on right here at home this year--the 1968 elections. Red Cross volunteers are JA..X AIR N'E1lVS:
This is our chance to fight with something other than bulletsour -- needed to fill vacancies in clin-
ballot. It's one of the most powerful weapons we own in the ics, wards and in the recrea-
battle to maintain freedom. But it's like any other weapon--we haveto tion of the Naval Hos-
program The lAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
use it for it to do any good.
pital here, according to Mrs. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Now don't all the
start mouthing worn-out reasons why our voteisn't
Louis A. Menard chair-
,Hospital Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company,
important or we can't vote. Ninety-nine per cent of the reasons man of volunteers.Mrs. a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the J AX AIR
just don t hold water. Menard urges ladies who NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box
Our vote Is important and, strange as it might seem, could be the have had the Red Cross volun- 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before. pub-
deciding vote in our state's election. Another worn-out excuse for teer training course for military lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone
not voting is, "I'm so far away from home I can't get back there to, hospitals and have one morningor 772 3118 or 3119.

vote." afternoon a week to devote to Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
What about' an absentee ballot? Have we taken the time to learn this service, to call the Red concerning such should be directed to:
how to get one so we can vote no matter where we are when election Cross office at 7722218.
time rolls around? Transfer volunteers may have The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
There is a little card called the Federal Post Card Application had their Red Cross training at Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone, 388 2755
for Absentee Ballot (FPCA) available to all commands. It's the keyt other military hospitals eitherin .
$ absentee voting. Once we fill' it our and sent- it to our'tiome, state, the United States or overseas. !.VOL.I 25 NO. 50 i I
we've started the ball
rolling. The next Red Cross training
Sometimes, just the FPCA is enough to get us registered and get class will be offered at Naval

(Continued Next Column) Hospital here this fall.

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April Primary Elections


U.S. Senator Voted
U.S. Representatives I. U.S. Citizen ballot
I Apply anytime by federal
State Auditor General 2. 21 years of ale mush reach :

; Pennsylvania post card application or County Board
I April 23 State Treasurer 3. Residents 9 months ,
some form of writing to of Elections
I General Assembly 60 days In election dls-
by 10 a.m. 2nd Friday
Members county Of residence
trlct, precinct er dlvillen f o.wit III
t. Other: Vote on Article ,
t to State Constitution election day to

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" 100 Children for NavyIf ; i ,' 0" < '

anything can melt the heart The children were students
of a seasoned sailor or a toughas from Forrest Sherman Elementary -'
nails combat jet pilot, it is a School in Naples. Sherman -& M-. c t tZ
group of happy children. This School is for dependent childrenof 4, t '
time-tested premise became apparent American personnel stationedin
: to the men of Attack Squadron Naples.The .sc:1;: S Nw''S V" 9
, 81 recently, when the Sun- Shang tour lasted two days
' liners guided more than 100 and the men of VA-81 took four Ic
school children through the car- classes around the ship and exhibited -
rier Shangri-La, anchored outside their A4 Skyhawks and
I of Naples, Italv. equipment.
Totally disarmed by the chil- i

dren's exuberance and intelli-
gence, the Sunliners put on their
very best? show. The youngsters ADJ 2 Robert Nancarrow guides visitors on tour.
were taken through the hangar
,jeck, and up an elevator to the
flight deck where they inspected F,
the 'cockpit of a Skyhawk

I equipment.:and saw the pilots' survival

t4 Refreshments were served in +
the Ready Room and the students \....
watched a film of carrier
operations. Throughout the tour a
\ EYE APPEAL Shapely
the perceptive came
blonde Wilkerton hat tent
with that made the Joy
up questions
more than 4,000 picture and
experienced pilots and mechanics -
50,000 letters in answer to re-
stop and think. quests from servicemen In Viet

"How many miles has the ?:' nam. She alto toured Vietnam
".. Shangri-La travelled?" with a usa show and hat made
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numerous TV appearances.Roosevelt
"How many plys do your A-4
Lt Hope and friend explorethe 1 tires have?" '
YN2 Williams, Lt. Hope, and
cockpit of a VA-81 A-4C A few days after the childrenleft guests watch demonstrationof I
during Forest Sherman's VA-81 received several { } CAR WASH
Shang Tour. scrapbooks from the schooleach Ede survival of VA-81.gear The by Shangri-Ltjg( ) I Mall
r. containing letters and pictures
USUKOfflclalsTour from the children. The letters, La is anchored at Naples, OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM 3:30: PM
especially the love letters from Italy, which forms a back-
the girls, warmed the hearts of ground for the picture. FREE CAR WASH
RooseveltThe the squadron personnel. The tour
was a grand success, and the Flight training to assist post- WITH/ 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL
USS'FDE and Carrier Air effect the greatest reward. Korean Conflict veterans work- PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
ing toward a career goal involving
Wing one hosted two separate a commercial pilot's licenseis SPRAWAX .IIOW ONLY 50*
high level briefings last week The visitors also witnessedthe offered by the new GI Bill
for COMNAVAIRLANT> Chief of carrier and air wing inactionas of 1967, says the Veterans Ad- Located in Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center
Staff Capt. M. A. Berns, and they participated in manu- ministration.
for the Joint US United King- eurs with other Sixth Fleet -- ---- -
dom Planning Group. Units'' as part of a ten day SI
Tours for both groups included war game exercise.
briefings by all Roosevelt
department heads and a discus- The world's fastest submarines -
sion of the carrier's current are the U. S. Navy's six
operations by Cdr. Max Barr, tear drop hulled nuclear ves-
Skipper of Air Wing One. The sels of the Skipjack class. They
Wing is home ported at Cecil have been listed semi offici-
Field and has been aboard the ally as capable of a speed of
Med deployed carrier since 45! knots submerged. /
last September. S S S w




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, 66 PONTIAC GTO, Air Cond. . . .$2195 in
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i 66 CHEV. BEL AIR 2 Dr., V/8, A/T, PS, PB.$1600 I renting money to Naval personnel. For high priority

, 65 FORD GALAXIE 500 4Dr., HT, Loaded. .$1590
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March 21, 1968


By Sgt Bob Tipton

ECP Arrivals and Departures ReenlistmentsTwo

3 There is an old saying, "Op- Two Leathernecks departed
portunity knocks but once in a MAD and one Joined the command Marines were administered -
4 lifetime". The Enlisted Commissioning recently. the oath of reenlistment by
Program, (ECP) could SSgt. Joseph W. Seabrookejr., LtCol. A. E. James, MAD com
be that once in a lifetime chance AE instructor, and Cpl. Scott L. manding officer, last week.
for you. Matthews, AO support, received SSgt. Jerry: E. Padgett, troop
ECP provides an outstanding orders to Officer Candidate handler for MarMech "P"
opportunity for eligible personnelto School in Quantico, Va. School, and SSgt. Andrew J.
earn a commission in the U.S. SSgt. Anthony I. Lathrup joined Lashua, AE instructorboth ship
IUFr Marine Corps according to Marine MAD as an AE "B" School stu ped over for six years in their
Corps bulletin 1133 of,January dent. second reenlistment.

To be eligible, an applicantmust Residence Foundation
be between the ages of 20 I
and 27, have a GCT of 120 or
higher, score in 25! percentilein Solicits Contributionswarded
RETIREMENT CEREMONIES were held recently! for Mrs. Hel- each of the five batteries of
len H. Husted Red Cross hospital field director here since the College Equivalency Test The Navy Marine Coast Guard directly to the Founda-
1965 after serving 25 years in the organization. Capt. WilliamS. (GED), and be physically quali- Residence Foundation Inc., is tion, and all checks, money orders -
fied. bequests stock transfers,
Baker commanding officer of the hospital presented her witha soliciting contributions for the
should be made
Foundation from active duty officers etc., payable to
letter of appreciation. Male for enlisted this personnel in accepted the- of the Navy and Marine the Residence Foundation, Inc.,
program "
or "NMCGRF.:; Inc. Mail con-
have Corps in the grade of O-4 and
past performed exceptionally tributions to the Navy Marine
above. The Residence Founda-
well in the Officer Candi-
i PIZZA tion, a non-profit organization, Coast Guard Residence Founda-
:zi date course at Quantico, Va.,
59, U.S. Na-
according tothebulletin.Approx- will use the funds contributedto tion, Inc., Building
build and operate retire- val Observatory, Washington,
imately 506 applicants were accepted -
C during Fiscal Year 67, ment residences mainly for Widows D.C. 20390.
b: PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE CUT STEAKS while the scheduled input for this of officers of the three sea
4 ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI fiscal year is expected to exceed services and to assist those 11(7c2)
600 officer candidates among them who are in financial
straits. Mothers and mothers-
"PIZZA". Fifteen Marines from MAD in-law and officers themselvesare Juan
OUR SPECIALITY! have been accepted during the also eligible on a space a-
past five months, and seven of .vailable basis.
tig the 15 are presently undergoing \
t HOURS: The foundation began con- i
un.-Thurs. 4pm- 7/JOp/r/ preflight training in various struction on its tirst residence
Friday 4pm-> lam schools. called Vinson Hall in McLean, .
Q Saturday llam-lam For additional information, Va., in September 1967 through San Juan Niblick
volunteer efforts and contributions Phone 384 4406:
the Career Advisor in
contact .
3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 572. of various Navy, Marine
] Corps and Coast Guard officers, 1 1. 2 &; 3 Bedrooms
officers' wives and civilians. .Garden Type Apartments
with Country Club
Building funds for the off-site Atmosphere
costs such as equipping the infirmary .Mtclifits equipped, with G-E
and other items that lie Rarities it Kc/riqrrators/
outside the Federal Housing Administration Individual Air Conditioning'
mortgage also will and llffltimi by (. C

; be necessary. For these reasons, .. \\\all Drapes to furnished\ball\. ('arpetimj and
/ the foundation is raising funds larte Su'immin1' PoolOOOOOOOr'
: !
CRISWELfE! for its Endowment Fund. !
r I Contributions should be for-
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March 21,, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 5

j jI jI jI jI jJ jj
Jobs NowAvailable ,I

The merit promotion oppor-
tunities listed below are currently -
open for receipt of applica-
tions. The area of consideration
t yaI and closing date of each announcement -
is shown.
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D -
grade levels GS 4 and below; 1j
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all .y<
semi skilled positions pay level
( yL 7 and below; MPB No. 83-
67 Plan B all skilled positionspay
; level 8 and above. Area of
consideration: NAS, NARF. j

Commissary Stores, Navy Re-
receives retirement MORE AND MORE PEOPLE y
a watch .
cruiting station, Jax. Applica-
from Capt. L. W. Graves, public .
tions will be accepted at anytime, ARE MAKING
A separate application Form 57 works officer, as his wife ,
a is required for each position. and son look on. TRACKS TO...
MPB No. 158 67 Industrial ._
Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11. The most powerful cruiser .8.. 7 e Stilt
Area of consideration
: nation-
ever built Is the 18,000 ton # #
wide. Applications will be accepted A> *
USS Beach. She is
Long nuc- San Juan & Roosevelt
until the of
needs the ser- lear powered and armed with .I
vice are met and will be con-
guided missiles and had a trials
sidered as received. speed of 30.5 knots. She was "Put yourself in our place'"
MPB No. 24 -68 Traffic Mana-
completed on Sept. 1, 1961, at
REAL 'SOUL', MAN! -- Marvin Mulkey, the cobbler, receivesa ger, GS 11. Area of consid- a cost of $300,000,000. P.S. Every Third Drink
pair of ladies heels for recapping.Exchange eration: nationwide. Applica- . FREE9AM. lit 7P.M.
tions will be accepted throughthe
close of business Monday.
Facility MPB No. 28 68 Fiscal Accounting OFF/CERS AHO tico's E-S MO ABOVE!

(Navy Finance Supervisor Office Orlando GS )11. HERE'S fH* YOUR I MltltARYFRIENDS '

Handles Footwear Area wide.of Applications consideration will: nation-be accepted PREFER TOU'I II ,. .

through the close of business i-
March 28.
'Save the soles and tend the Fri. and 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. MPB No. 29 68 Secretary
dying!' That's our motto," said Sat., offering a "While U -
(Steno) GS 5. Area of con-
Marvin L. Mulkey, manager of Wait" or two-day service depending sideration: NAS, NARF, NARTU
the Navy Exchange Cobbler Shop. on the work required. COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commis -
Even though the Shoe Repair sary Stores,Navy Recruiting Station -
Shop has been in operation for IBUY BONDS Jax. Applications will be
over 20 years, some servicemen
(Cont. on Pg. 6))
based here still are unaware of
this facility.

Located in Bldg. 3 near the I
Barbershops, the Cobbler Shop
is equipped to repair all typesof RAY CARTER
shoes, including' women's I
shoes and golf shoes

Mulkey completed a course The American WayiThe
with the Shoe Service Instituteof motor company
America in 1964 which author
ized him to make any orthopedic New Car Sales & Service
shoes prescribed by a doctor.
The shop is open from 8 a.m.
until 4:30 p.m., Mon. throughWe4OOf1JtRft
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103rd St. at Wesconnctt Blvd. USED CAR SELECTIONS American Way Is the no-waiting way to borrow cash for
taxes ,r other spring expenses-usually on your signature
We Wire Flowers
Phone SP 1.3770 or SP 1-025C 4373 Philips Hwy 804 Cassat Ave. alone! And there are over 750 American offices throughout the
359-2368 389-4546 United States to serve you'wherever you go! That's why more
FlowersFor and more military families get more out of life with an American

Every Occasion 66 MUSTANG 2&2.$1890 67 TOYOTA $1695 Way cash loan. Stop in today! Or mail the coupon coday!

JEWELL FREE DELIVERY J. SMITH. 4 Red Speed, low mileage, One Miles Owner 8,000 Act. TOr AMERICAN FINANCE Gn111 to oirtca nun; t--; :; ; +r)

67 BIRD HT -. $3690 65 VALIANT 2dr. $1195 i I AOOKCS3.wAC ,AMT. PHONE WANTUL. _

(wife's ) 28,000 I WIFE OR HUSBAND'S MME ,
car 6 I '
cyl one owner < LIST 3 PUCU AND 1 . .
Act. Miles I CItY WHCK YOU *. i.CftECITi . ,
\ 65 RAMBLER i, j) I HAW.ueo 3. _'. I
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tt'flg 4 door Automatic II SmiCt MJUTAtr fttSONNf COMWTI THIS'NFOIMATO4t lANK

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WAGON . $890 63 CHEV IMP ALA. $1095 ANY AMOUNT UP TO 600

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A Real Buy 63 VOLKSWAGEN $$895
Clear Sharp 24 135.00 7.95 350.00 19.90 600.00 32.40
63 VOLKSWAGEN. $690 xxx
Th. above piynwntj Inclixft ill chirps under the Florldi Consumer Finance Act.
Delux real clean 66 MGB

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388.3583 6483 ROOSEVELT
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7QQ 3483 1165 S. EDGEWOOD Shopplei Center _. RUM iia-1371 1
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I Merit PromotionsContinued [ Civil Service News I

( from Page 5)) MPB No. 33 68 Adminis-
trative Officer, GS 7 (Navy
accepted through the close of
Finance Office). Area of con-
business Monday. sideration: all naval activitiesin
MPB No. 31.68 Management the Jax area. Applications
Analyst, GS 11. Area of will be accepted through the Cash Awarded Helpful Hinters

consideration: nationwide. Ap- close of the business April 1,
applications will be accepted -

through the close of business MPB No. Technician 34-68 Mechanical GS 7. Dorothea M. May, supply department ceipts", is the title of the sug- a manner that "not carried"
April 16.MPB submitted a beneficial gestion. items may be interfiled, thus
No. 32-68 Storage Of- Area ,of consideration: NARF,
ficer, GS 10. Area of con- NAS, NARTU, COMF AUU AX. suggestion which brought her an Miss May suggested that if making the required informationfor
award of $155 and saved the been of
there has
gov- a cog- readily
sideration: WAS NARF, NARTU Navy Commissary Stores, Navy editing requisitions
ernment an approximate nizance when a receipt card is
COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commis Recuriting Station, Jax. Applications accessible and eliminating the
will be throughthe "Notification to Material Division received by stock control, an
sary Stores, Navy Recuiting Sta- accepted notification card shouldbe necessity of repeated research.
tion, Jax. Applications will be close of business April 3. of Cog Changes on Re- output
the material division.
accepted through the close of All applicants for the above This sent will to provide mechanical P
business Wednesday.
positions must be career or career status to storage personnel elim-
conditional employees of inating the need for manual pre -
the Federal Government. Appli- parationand reducing warehouse
THE cations should be filled with IRD, refusals.

Box 22, U. S. NAS, Jax, Fla. Samuel D. Rye Jr., supply
SHAMROCKSan 32212. For further information department, received $115 for
call Ext. 2320. Recruitingand his suggestion and brought an 4ia.
Examining Branch, IRD,
estimated savings to the government
'....TERRACE NAS. of $2344.

& ; Juan Rye's suggestion, "Utilization .
at Niblick Jax Auditors of Demand Cards,"proposes that
cards prepared from requisitionsfor
Visit OrlandoOn recording demands when the w
f {l1 2 IK'droomsGatdcn
item is not in stock or is not
T\pc Apurtmrms Jan 29 auditors of
Navy F
carried should include the unit
u'uh (\>udir\' (Info the Naval Audit Site, NAS Jack- fraction.
and the
auiios' here price
Kitchens equipped; it-tili li' L sonville, commenced an internal Rye also suggested that demand _
Ranges t; RfJrm TUUMs audit of the Navy Training Device Dorothea May cards be prepared in such
ItlJn'sJu"l. I\.r ("0 ud.turnug/ Center, Orlando. Samuel Rye
and ircdling In' (, C .
Members of the audit ,
Hall\ to Dropi's Hall\\ i (Furtuslu-il.arpC"1 on;1 W mid under the direction of E. New Wage Schedule Listed GlaucomaScreening
Foster, H. C. Harwick T.
Large .Sifiin in,up t I IVi>'i4 are: ,
R. Noland, D. H. Dotter, A. L.
Phone 384-4406
Doss, and B. G. Mooneyham.

The new schedule of wages for the Jacksonville area, which ConductedCivilian
supercedes the schedule dated March 2, 1967, is listed below.
This new schedule became effective the first pay period this month. employees will have
the opportunity to be tested for
Step Rates
VISIT Level I 1st 2nd 3rd Pay Differentials glaucoma along with their com-
pulsory chest .Xray next month.
1 $2.21 $2.30 $2.39 A $.14
The glaucoma screening programis
2 2.27 2.36 2.45 B' .28
3 2.38 2.48 2.58 C .41 voluntary.

CLAUDE I NOLAN 4 2.51 2.61 2.71 D I .55 Glaucoma is caused by an increase -

E '": : ,'::,'. j', "' .69 in fluid pressure in the
5 2.62 2.73' 2.84 F" :" ; <:' r ,' : .86 front of the eyeball and the test

CADILLAC & 6 2.74 2.85 2.96"I I j 1.38 is designed to measure this pres-
7 2.85 2.97 3.09 K ,,.4 .'" .' ., ."j'''. .... 1.72 sure giving evidence of the di-
MAIN AT ORANGE 8 2.97 309; 3.21 L" ," '" 1.89 sease.- Undetected glaucoma is a

major cause of blindness.The .
OPEN MOM. THRU SAT. UNTIL 8 PM 9 3.07 3.20 3.33 2nd Shift .07
10 3.19 3.32 3.45 3rd Shift .10 I Industrial Medical
11 3.30 3.44 3.58 Branch, the Florida State Boardof

PHONE EL 3-3922 21 3.42 3.56 3.70 Floor Rates 2nd Step Hourly Health, and the Civilian Em-
(General Wage Service Only) ployee Recreation and Welfare
13 3.53 3.68 3.83 Foreman Leadingman) $3.32 Association are joining to make
14 3.65 3.80 3.95 General ForeAN I 3.82 the test available to each em-
15 3.75 3.91 4.07 General Foreman II 4.32 ployee desiring the screening.Both .
16 3.87 4.03 4,19ERA'
the chest Xray and the
glaucoma screening will be con
25 Years Experience
ducted in Bldg. 8 early next

NEED EXP -Income Tax ServicePAUL month.HONDA

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Give Merchant Green Stamps
G4I 530) S. Edgewood Ave. (Near Lenox) r

SHORT $2 50 I. LONG 1 '.r

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Get any amount.. large or small 4949 BlandingPH

up to $600. $50 cost only $1.50 $t Y{ 771-8244

for 30 days. On a loan of $500.55 JAX'S GREATEST

repay only $29 per month.We. FURNITURE

We provide prompt service to
military personnel. Save time UPAYMENTS_ r
when you need money. Phone C..h Yo" Monthly
first,then stop by to complete G.t '.ymtnt ---
loan. Try us you'll .
your a
like us. We're the most help $10102 $ 6.00 :
ful loan people you'll 'find 202.05 12.00 : 4 OPErV
anywhere. 286.23 17.00

409.53 24.00
Aetna Finance Co.

Financial. Service of ITT 500.55 600.00 29.00 34.39 ::& :EzRz.ILrnIIo. : SUNDAY

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5551, NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE: 387 1692 Yo-t are cotd..11y. Invtted to Inspect our homes at your convenlfnce
'46 W, Duval-355-7543 or 8006 Lem Turner Rd-768-0501 10 A.M. to DatiL Trawl South on .nd1nc. Boulevard (Hwy. $21) SURPLUS GOODSPISOOUMiTTdRE


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March 14 23 Proclaimed Poison Prevention) Week

Florida Governor Claude R. alert the people of our state to lie added that the State Boardof I Be Creative!
Kirk has proclaimed the week of the hazards of ancidentalpoison- Health works closely with the
March 17-23 as "Poison Pre- ing and the need for implementing 33 poison control centers locatedin
|Write Your Own Want Ad 3 lines
; vention Week", according to Wil- measures which will protect our hospitals throughout the state Only $2.00
son T. Sowder, state health of- future citizens." and compiles the statistics which Additional Lines SOC
ficer. Dr. Sowder said the State Board showed that there were 6055
In his proclamation, the Gov- of Health has been concernedwith cases of poisonings during 1967.A Mail your ad and check or money order to:
ernor directed the appropriatestate the misuse of many house- total of 3400 children was JAX AIR, NEWSAFTERBURNERHolt
agencies, and invited local hold products and medicines treated in the past year for .
governments and organizations"to which are not used as intendedor poisonings. The most common Publishing Co. 1950 Blanding Blvd.
initiate and take part in coordinated directed and which cause poi- products involved in the poisonings Jacksonville, Fla. 32210&SERVICE
activities which will sonings among;; children. were aspirins-

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and ORDER CARRY BY IT PHONE HOME e 4 oC CfS 1) II a St. JOHNS MOTOR CO., Inc. I!i St. Johns Mobile I Homes ;; .

tk lis m 6435 ROOSEVELT BLVD. i "Just North of NAS JAX Main Gate" +

S 111& ]3 at i J IIIIIIIII'I.JII'I'IIIIIIII I':: \ NEW 12' WIDE '',4:
r DP 0 oQ 1961 Volkswagen $595 ; 1
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Featuring the Finest Seafood And Southern :; OWNED & OPERATED BY: % Bank Financing Available
Fried Chicken Served Anywhere PH. I Thomas Cheek USN Ret. ij tl : :
.4621 SAN JUAN PHONE 384 2386 = 389-6617 John C, Thompson USN. Ret. l k 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. 384 5584';'

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Sewing Machines Small Loans onAnything l ;

If:! of Value i (i" l E'w "
Singer, Kenmore New Home Ne co, Morse -
Domestic Universal dig Zags :, :80)( a,
Straight Sews. New & used priced from.1 I
$24.95 & up. b Special I I onunredeemed i.

Sewing Center f I: AIR BASE PAWN itemsMorse SHOP I TACOS .

6437 WILSON BLVD. 771 8211 I 6463 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone 384-4066 1103rd & Blnnding Center 771 1 7970

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I. Jay Jester USN Ret., Mgr. PHONE 771 8780 ,fX :
MORRIS Trout's Restauraunt

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103rd & Blanding
"We Serve You ::. .. ; -
Complete Auto Repairs Salad, French Fries, ...lIs't;
Seven Days A Week" flf!: } ISOCXJOaceXXXXXXXXXXJ ,
. ". f.: === We take better care STAN DARD 1; 40 Years Serving Fine Foods .,
, :' 5836 TIMUQUANA RD. PH. 771-5636 a of your car OIL : 5943 Roosevelt Blvd. 387,-. 49441

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In Normandy & Cedar Hills I : fi
........................ ...... I PRODU'CTS M MUSIC
DcLos L. CarrollREsNATLAELss [P i I EPOXY f Every Friday Night Saturday by Request

**************..**.....*******.**.* I FIBERGLASS i Skyway Tavern
: REALTORAPPRAISALS 1 RESIN, etc. : i 6461 Roosevelt Blvd.
MORTGAGES I Under New Management .
s 3464 BLANDING BLVD. 771.0557 I' '. 389.3738 1372 CASSAT si 1 [ii I: THE COLDEST DEER'IN TOWN ''I. i irmll

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auto 'insurance i QUALITY IIIDhO[ I' Virginia E. BELL' "' I'

UP 1: lfN IN(. .
By .. 'v"s; < "., 0' Orange Park Ya
12' WIDE 2 OR 3 BEDROOM HOMES LOTS f919 to ?
& WALKER AGENCY 0 $52.16 per month CUSTOM,t DUIL7.HOMES W
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x W A' 1rs i k I I NATTC : Behind The Scene 'tAt

personnel inspection Friday the squadron's "success indown- charge of the drill team, reported -
afternoon, Capt. R. P. Kline pre- become theNa- that this was the largest
sented awards to se\'eralNATrC vy's first 'Ace' squadron In the parade the Lancers have ever

A A r rI men. Among those receiving a- Vietnam conflict." participated in. lie said that there
+ r+wne wards or commendations were Swann received a commendation were at least 25,000 spectatorswho
AOC Thomas Riggs, AOC DonaldR. from Commander Seventh watched marching! units from
Clark, and A02 Charles D. Fleet for his performance on all over the southeast perform.
Swann. board the USS Constellation last After the parade the Lancers
H t:4:: \ Riggs was awarded the Navy year when he was "solely responsible took part in a drill team compe-
Achievement Medal for "meri- for precise directionand tition that was won by an ROTC
: L1TM torious achievement while attached control of all routing of unit from the University Puerto
r to and serving in USS conventional ordnance...." Rico. The Lancers brought backa
LiL: tN < Constellation (CVA 64)) as . trophy of appreciation com
ordnance control chief from May The Jaxon Lancers, NATI'C'sdrill peting.

for the Magnolia Ball to be held Apr 1120 at 28 to October for 20, 1967. He was and Chasco team Fiesta, participated Celebration in parade the- . . .

the "0" Club got underway recently whenMrs.J Yarboroughleft monitoring responsible ."supervising personnel\ the in New Port Richey, Fla.,
( ) and Mrs. Edward Keough, membersof Officer's Wives movement of aviation ordnance Saturday. The festival has been Fifteen members of Class 737
Club, began making decorations. from the magazines to the load- held annually since 1922 in com- graduated from AO/B School
ing areas." memoration of the Calusas Indians March Honormanfor the class
The Navy Achievement Medal who first settled that area. was A01 J. F. Lynch with a
Wives Club Notes was also given to Clark for his Lt. D. F. Walsh', officer In final average of 90.37.

duties as weapons branch super-

Navy Wives Club #86 members Please call Mrs.Robert Swartz, visor with Fighter SquadronTwo
Hundred Eleven board
and guests enjoyed a St. president, at 384-6584, or Mrs. : on .t
the USS Bon Homme Richard
Patrick's Day luncheon in their Arthur Slocumb vice-president, r
(CVA-31)) last year. He aided in,
clubhouse Friday. at 264-9487 for information.
Mrs. Martin J. Stack and Mrs.
Carl D. Simonsen, the club's
sponsors were special guests. f I .. ,
Mesdames Jimmie Gibson, NARTU News and Views I w ,

chairman, Alvin Stone,co-chair- ? a
were in charge of the arrange- By Skip FairfieldNARTU j4t -

ments. helicopter pilots and water in an emergency and the _
* *
crews are enthusiastic about improved Sonar makes the air-
The NAS Marine Wives Club
their new additions to the HS craft a superior hunterkiller.The .
will hold business
a meeting Line. NARTU received the first
1 loca- SH3A is capable of greater -
Monday April at a .new
of three Sikorsky SH3A helicopters speeds than its predecessor,
tion.A membership drive will be Tuesday. and set the world helicopter speed.
Powered by two jet turbines,
the principal business on the the SH3A "Sea King"isimproved record of 210 miles per hourin
All Marines' wives
agenda. are 1962.
over the SH34J in
many ways.
encouraged to attend the meet- The two engines provide greater Over 25 SH3A's now are util-
I ;
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MoviesMOVIES Club SchedulesNASJAX j

will be shown regu- ((11l_
larly at the WAS Jax Theatreat
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru : :
Saturdays. There will also be a BLUEJACKETS INN: Hear the i
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday, sounds of the UFO tonight. The .
Sundays, and holidays. The Hospital Ravens will be on hand tomorrow Ads shfuld be mailed Ic the Hot! Publishing Company,
Theatre will have one week evening and Saturday. The Nu- 1950 Blinding Bled Jacksonville Florida 32210 to arrive
ly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field Sounds are under the spotlight not later than Tuesday for publication the lollowing Thurs
day. Ads arriving too 'late for this deadline will be published
will have two shows during the Sunday afternoon
and Monday the following week unless the publisher is instructed other
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- evening. Mel Gaden will perform wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
inees will be shown on weekends Sunday night. The UFO will play be received WITH the copy for the ad.
at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY. Tuesday and the Ravens Wednesday rPft
for the Go-Go dance elim- DO NOT SEND CASH

March 21 inations and finals. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . 12.00
NAS: "BIGGEST BUNDLE OF p.r additional lin. ((4 word per line;. . .0.50
THEM ALL" starring Raquel CPO CLUB: All pizzas are
Welch and Robert Wagner. Rat- featured for $.75 today. Danceto
ing Very good. ((188 Min.) the music of the Johnny Ar-
HOSPITAL: "THE WAY WEST" nold "4" tomorrow evening. Try ZIG ZAG FOR $ 40 DELRAY MANOR 110th &
starring Kirk Douglas and Robert the seafood special for-$1.25. SEWING MACHINE Original Karen St. New all brick homes,
Mitchum. Rating Excel The Bud Clark Combo will be Guarantee, ZigZags,makes but AC Low 20's. Building'Lots
lent. ((130 Min.) under the spotlight Saturday "What a groove'" tonholes, sews on buttons, Available; Floyd White, Bldr.
night. A sirloin steak for $1.65is decorative designs, monograms, 771 5643.A .
: SLAM" !'V
the featured etc. Just balance $40. at
dinner pay
starring Edward G. Robinson and Civilian Career?
$8 month. Phone 353 1946
Fried chicken for $.95 and rib- per
Janet Leigh. RatingVery Good. A leading has an interesting -
steak for $1.25 anytime. Will deliver, no oolio -
eye are specialsfor
((129 Min.) offer for Top Flight
Tuesday and Wednesday. gation. A 1 Sewing machineCo.
FRIDAY, March 22 1606 Main St. personnel leaving the service.
Put your service 1 know how to ,
NAS: "WHO'S MINDING THEMINT" "0" CLUB: Enjoy the beef- FOR RENT 2BR HOUSE, Near work to earn the kind of money
starring Jim Hutton and eater's buffet today from 6 to NAS, Fenced back yard, kit. you're really worth. Openings all
Dorothy Provine. Rating Very 9 p.m. The Champagne Specialis equipt., $80 mo. 388-8269. overthe U. S. Include your
Good. ((105 Min.) featured both tomorrow' and telephone number when you writeto
HOSPITAL: "BIGGEST BUNDLE Saturday night. Charlie Jay will WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near :
OF THEM ALL" starringRaquel be on hand tomorrow for the mu- 9"Let's JAX and CECIL 1 blk. w/of 5900 Regional DirectorP.
Welch.C. sic and Johnny Jelinek is under blk. of Jammes Rd. all new paint, O. Box 13177
FIELD: "A COUNTESS the spotlight Saturday night. A 2BR, LR, Kit furn, Nook, park 2 Orlando Fla. 32809
FROM HONG KONG" starring buffet dinner is served Sunday cars, water, sewage garbage,
Marlon Brando and Sophia Lo- from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday is incl., $85 mo. unfurn. Also furn. PORTABLE TYPEWRITER
ren. Rating Very Good. (116 foreign dish night featuring an take a trip!" apts. Call 387-2541, nites and Remington, Lightweight, Good

Min.) Italian dinner and wine tasting. The Club became weekends call 389-0744 condition., Has balance of $34or
Make plans to hear the Dart- Ducey pay $7 per month. Phone
SATURDAY, March 23 mouth College Glee Club in con- "Hippleville" for a party TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT 353 1946. Will deliver,without

NAS: "LAWRENCE OF ARA- cert Thursday, March 28, at 8:30 Friday. The hippies above Close to Bases, Lights Water obligation. A-l WAREHOUSE,
BIA" starring Peter O'Tooleand p.m. A prime rib dinner will be were appropriately dressed and Sewage available. Call 389- 1606 Main St. Jacksonville, Fla.

Omar Shariff. Rating Superior. served. Reservations requested. (??II?ll?) for the occasion. 5700. 10' x 12' ft. Wide.
((202 Min.) Only showing at 5 FOR REtfT OR FOR SALE -
p.m.1I0SPITAV. ACEY DUECY CLUB: Hear the '0' CIr To Host FOR RENT 2BRHOUSE FURN. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
"WHO'S MINDING sounds of Mark Castle tomorrow Orange Park, Temp or Perm. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
THE MINT" starring Jim Hut- evening. Saturday night hosts Mel Dartmouth Glee Clvb Qtrs., Will rent to TAD personnel Call Powell or Mills, USN
or bachelors 264 6884. Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park
Gaden and his Lazy Rhythm Gals. The "singing ambassadors"of
FIELD: "THE WAY WEST" The Five Clubs will appear Sunday the Dartmouth College Glee Club Realty.
starring Kirk Douglas. night following GameNightat "REAL ESTATEWe wlllTielp
will the 0" Club fora
SUNDAY March 24 6 p.m. Wednesday, Game Night appear you Buy, Sell or Invest. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1
March 28 8:30
is at 8 concert at p.m. Bowen Real Estate, Realtor Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clean
p.m.CANDLELIGHT The Glee Club, composed> of modern &
SUNDAY March 24 : USN Retired 384 1376 trailers Apts. 389 -
60 undergraduates of the college, 3007.
NAS: "CASINO ROYALE" : The restau- have been hosted in over 50 STEREO/RADIO COMBINATIONSOLID _
starring Peter Sellers, Ursula rant is open from 11 a.m. to cities in 36 states two foreign STATE radio 4 speed DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
Andress. ((130 Min.) Showingsat midnight tomorrow and Satur- countries In the past four years.In fully automatic, intermix stereo JOCKEY?? For information call:
2 and 7:30 p.m.HOSPITAL day, and from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. addition, they have appearedon changer with automatic cut off 356 8351. Day or Night.
"LAWRENCE OF Sunday. A buffet is featured the Ed Sullivan Show and Perry and dual sapphire needles. 2 FOR SALE: FOUR POSTER
ARABIA" starring Peter 0' both tomorrow and Sunday. Folk Como ShowA months old. Pay balance of $69. Mahogany BR Suite, Home Bar &
Toole.C. singers, Jodi and Mary, will en- prime rib buffet dinner will or $8.50 per month. Also good 4 stools,Reclining chair ConsoleTV
FIELD: "BIGGEST BUNDLE tertain tomorrow evening from be served during the evening. buy on COLOR TELEVISION & Table Record Player.(Both
OF THEM ALL" starring 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. Reservations are requested. Phone 353 1946, ask for Credit need some repair). 389-3800.
Raquel Welch. Manager. Will deliver, without
ttttttlittttttlttlAlltro obligation. A -1 MUSIC CENTER FOR RENT 2BR HOUSE, Near
1606 Main St., Jacksonville, Fla. NAS. Fenced back yard. Kit.
: MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll equipt. $80 mo. 388-8269._
s Ranks All Ages equip. Perfect Condi HOME LARGE, BEDROOM Kit. priv., IN for PRIVATE lady, 1

LOW RATES tion. Original Owner. 387-1370 Blk to bus stop & Shop. $15

week 387-5016.
EASY MONTHLY Calls Reasonable, Beck's Tel- FOR SALE REED ORGAN Excel
evision 771.5680,771-4917 cond., & Dishwasher, Lady Ken-
more portable 264-9589.

3 Br. Den, fenced yard, Kit.
equip., $400 dn FHA terms. For ER Exc. cond., take over pay- '
INSURANCE homes conveniently located Call: ments 388-4855.

MOTORS Qeo Davis, Realtor 384-6444 WOMEN WANTED FULL OR .

............. UNDERWRITERS, INC. FOR SALE M 'f64 :CHEVY Bis t* PART interview TIME work own hrs.,For I
(I'ornierl?| '> 'lclou) /!tal's! !/ luxuruiict'/ cayne 4-dr sedan, 6-cyl., auto _
63 Falcon '. $440 Roosevelt llvd. 388-7674 trans. Best toCer..Call Foster,. HALF ACRE TRAILER LOT High .
6479 Jax ext. 3068. & Dry, conv to NAS septic tank,
64 VW Sedan $690 Call Us AnytimeWagpe" rock well, light pole & patio.,
BOAT FOR SALE 16' Cobia, Located off Blanding Blvd. in
61 English '68 Johnson 85 hp.,Murray trailer Ridgewood, beyond Orange Park
Ford .$240 all excellent condition. 387- High School. Homer J. Custed
3661 2649446.
60 Ford Station :
Wagon $240 portable, one desk model. Stove, In good cond..5OOOBTU

60 Rambler Station LAWNMOWER SERVICEOWNED Phone 3899059. A/C in good cond. 264 2529.SBob's .


60 Falcon '. $100 New & UsedBicycles New & Used

r LawnmowersSchulin > Oak Hill _

We Cater To RepaironAll'Makes ..
Pure Service Center
ServicemenWe Rollfast & Models Lawn ToroJacobsen boy

........... Huffy Columbia' s Snapping Turtle Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.

Buy-Sell-Finance Murhey h arpen ing Service CometS road service pick up & delivery

6566NormandyBOULEVARD Garden Toolst'3 ARFE mechanic, on duty American & Foreign Cars

Blocks Past
103rd & Jammes Road
Roosevelt Mall)
771 9156'
Jacksonville Florida
4545 ST. JOHNS AYE. PHONE 384-3081

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March 21, 1968

W' ++II 'uS111VE
Ens. Survives Chamber DILUTER DEMAND REGUTAtOR iYPE 29a PRESSURE A B Seventh
Seaborg ;
I ALutup '.F ,1,1WIF

II f: Trvsfs Only C.O. For First Hop IY/rk A '; wad uw.eE FleetSeven

, Public Affairs Officer and assistant major targets in the
After a trip through the pres-
Haiphong Hanoi area were
ride the admin officer.She has had
sure chamber and a up carrier based
j\ ejection seat rail, Ens. E. J. experience in writing and public pounded aircraft during by Navy 44 missions over
relations and is looking forward
Seaborg struggled Into a flight North Vietnam yesterday.Two .
, suit and climbed Into the TA- to the job.A .
native of Chicago, Miss Sea- bridges in Haiphongwerestruck
:' 4F cockpit behind Cdr. Lake. It by aviators off the USS
found the far South quitea
was the young officer's first Enterprise. A4Skyhawks and A6
flight and it. was a real exper- change, in more ways than just Intruders bombed the Haiphong
t ience. p railroad highway bridge about
: The events of last Tuesday "Up there, (Chicago, New one mile from the port city's
.: were nothing unusual.Every Navy York) everything is so formal. midpoint. Two miles southwestof
aviation officer In every squadron You don't just drop in for coffee Haiphong's center, other En-
must check out with the and you really have to be terprise Skyhawks hit the Kien
chamber and the skyride and the well-acquainted with someone _1 An highway bridge bypass. Ord-
trainer aircraft. The only dif- before any socializing takes i nance was on target at bothbrid-
",t", ference last Tuesday was that place. It's all very reserved.It Day starts with instructions on breathing ges. .
Ens. E. J. Seaborg is a lady, was a revelation to find such The two airfields in the Hai
the first WAVE officer to be informality here. phong area were also blast-
assigned to a Squadron at Cecil The new PAO Is anxious to ,' ., ed by the Navy. USS Kitty Hawk
Field. VA-45 claims the honor. try a carrier take-off and land- based A6s attacked the Kien An
ing. Her first TA-4f flight was airfield, six miles southwest of
Miss Seaborg is and a graduate for of piloted by squadron skipper Cdr.C. Haiphong; while Enterprise F4
\ Purdue University taught M. Lake, which suited the Phantoms and Intruders bombedthe
three in New York. In
years ensign fine."Some Cat Bi airfield, four miles
o < June, 1967 she joined the Navy.
southeast of the Port
"I wanted to do something of the pilots were making -
positive, In an active organization. terrible jokes about what Kitty Hawk A6s flew into Hanoito
As far as choosing the Navy, they would do to me up there. hit the Hanoi Port facility 1.8
there is no other service. Thereis Of course It was a joke, but It miles southeast of the center of
a good possibility I will go was better this way." the city. They reported excel-
regular and stay In for a while.
Miss Seaborg Is presently Investigating a lent radar guided runs as they
She is excited about being assigned dropped 1,000poand bombs on
the cultural
fleet unit. "I could
to a
the transfer and storage
tunities in Jacksonville. She en- cargo
not have asked for abetter squadron -
and I have to have the best joys painting, theater,and music.A area.
skipper in the world. We work former distance swimmer, The Uong Bi thermal power
hard, but there are no great physical education Instructor, a. plant, 15 miles northeast of
problems. The men are fasci and life guard, she should haveno Haiphong, was struck by In -
nated. They're proud to have trouble finding ways to stay truders from the Enterprise. All
A brave for the chamber. .
the first WAVE." busy..if nobody does a quad- outlook pressure M ordnance was on target.
Miss Seaborg will be VA-45's ruple-flip: in the TA-4.
The Ninh Giang transshipment
point. 21 miles southwest of Hai
phong; and the Cam Pha mili-
tary barracks, 44 miles east -
.. \' northeast of Haiphong were also
... .,. ." / .: I attacked by aviators from the
'ti!, ....... ra Kity Hawk.

Several secondary explosionswere

'. .; set off at the Yen Phuc
cargo transfer point, 33 miles
northeast of Thanh Hoa by A6s

f ................................ off the Enterprise.
Southbound supply tracks along
Before YOU signon Route 1A were hit hard by
Navy pilots. They sparked three

the dotted line secondaries In truck conveys,
destroyed five of the supply vehicles -
and damaged another

know what your loan II. eight.

"Keep your elbows in, and pull. Three SAM sites were silencedand

will cost one antiaircraft position was
destroyed during the day's raids.
Three waterborne supply craft
You're told in advance at Household were also destroyed.

Finance. The cost of your loan is spelledout AIR CONDITIONERS <;:

clearly, simply, and in dollars and B NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES [1

cents. No extras. No hidden charges. No NEW & USED TV SETS '. .

"surprises" afterward. You get the facts ........ NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES ...... .w......
first, before you borrow. !}<' NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS/

That'sonereasonwhyevery, more I Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms :I Sfi mRJLA

than 2l/2 million people come to us for Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come In & Browse! y
money service. They get loans to pay bills APARTMENTS

to get better cars. .,to fix up their 5326 WescoMiett Blvd. all 103rd 771.0730BLUES
homes. or to meet other important
When you need a loan, you'll find that NEAR BOTH BASES

you, too, borrow with confidence from the. ,',
company that tells you the cost of your, \ : r Only' Min. to Cecil & NAS
loan in advance. .


paymtt payl.ts paylnts paymtt
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$100 5.93 729 10.07 $18.48
I 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 I k- I ALL APTS HAVE:
300 17.79 21,88 30.21 55.45 C WALLTOWALLr
500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 : :
600 34.39 42.66 59.35. 109.80 @ CARPETS
CHarfts art computed at 3% on that pan of DRAPES
scheduled monthly balances not txtttding$300 rI CENTRAL AIR & HEAT
and 2% on any rtmamdtr. Tint schedule u
bad on prompt payment and includtt&IItnt,.. I e UTILITY ROOM
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Cedar Hills Shopping Center PHONE 771-8844

3734 Blanding Blvd.-771-9190 7851 NORMANDY RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 (Across from J .M. Fields) I D. W. Priest USN (Ret)
Ask about our tvtninc! hours

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. 'UA The Rigging <. Lw 'a UM

-Commodores never die; they at Guantanamo and tryinghis hand .
are simply ordered away. By with their fleets of Snipes and
this time next month,Chan Hering Bullscyes. Fair winds and following 1 1Ikided

will be meeting the sailbenders seas, Qian. 1'W
This column will also have a rt
editor but old familiar
SnOrT9 new an
hand on the tiller: Lou Caron. IIrI
Let's hope he will fill up the k1\;
AFPS space with some tips on how he
( Feature)
wins just about every race he .' a t I
1. Who was the only U.S.
gold medal winner in the 1964 r I
winter Olympics? The first sailing class of the :
2. Who holds the World Out- spring season got underway this ., { I
door Pole Vault record and past Saturday with a handsome iJ _- I
what is it? turnout despite the gloomy day. I
3. Who are the three former Glad to see there was a staunch Top Golfers -- RAdm. R. J. Stroh presents prizes to AOC Bob I
assistant coaches for the Green representation of girls and may- Hall (left) and LCdr. J. C. Llpscomb for taking first and seconc I.

coaches Bay Packers in the who NFL are? now head be on the we water.can brighten Saturdays up the and scene non- place respectively in the Tri Command golf tourney.

ANSWERS racing Sundays will be devotedto

'SJUJBgJO suva I sailing instruction from now Hall Takes Local Tourney; .
- A\a N aq} jo s.I8ad WO.L on.
pus Jsaapajs: HSanqsNij! aqjxfljM
u }say ma :isuo vj BJUIIV Bill Leibe has taken time out Enters GJO Pro-Am EventAOC II r
from building'his Lightning to
- aq; 'q\\! .Ja'paH( q.loN .J:
.saqJul round up several sailing films Bob Hall of Cecil Field Am tourney which gets underway
.Ja.nrnb.auq; puv U3A3Sit ';aaJ which will be shown at future (VA 174)) shot a low net 212 Wednesday at the Deerwood Club
*U OSfl JO WOSHM.! Invd 'Z meetings of the club. The first to take first place in the Tri Second place in the TriCom- H_
will be "Gold Medal Sail- I
'2ujB' 8 paads uj! iBpaui plot one Command golf tournament March mand tourney went to LCdr.J.C.
all UOMNEWG. nOw.laUJW duay .1 ors, on May 2. This is a great 17. As winner of the 54 hole Lipscomb, also of Cecil Field
film about Olympic ,tryouts in event Hall will compete in the (VA 44)), who carded a 216. M CIIJ1JWIrIIB9
I. BILLContinued Mexico, which we saw at the FYCin Greater Jacksonville Open Pro Cdr. J. W. Kinder, NAS Jax, I
early winter and we urge everyone ended regulation play with a 217
( from Page I) to come down to the clubto and took third place in a play
see It. A list of forthcoming Tennis
Academy off with ETC Ken Allen, NAS
loans up to $2,000. VA will attractions will be posted at the Jax, and Cdr. R. J. Watkins,
make direct loans for homesin clubhouse.The Armed Forces Entrance and Examining -

certain cases. final race of the Winter Diamond SquadsSet Station.
Under the bill's Medical Tri-Club is this Sunday,but the Other finishers who shot a 218
Care privisions, the VA pro- spring series starts April 7.The HereThe to receive prizes in the tourna-
vides hospital care for all weather seems to be improvingat Games ment were LCdr. M. Hollack,
veterans who served in the Armed last and we hope that we will AMC W. Moranville and Lt. J.
Forces after Jan. 31, 1955, be able to produce our fleets U. S. Naval Academy's W. Purtee of NAS Jax., AO1 C.
(whether their service is classedas for qualification in the coming baseball and tennis teams will arrive Bethune, Cecil Field and LCdr.R. .
wartime or peacetime) on the series. All Bantams are now here today to take on the E. Selby, Mayport.The PII
same basis as for veterans of shipshape.The Baltimore Oriole farm club and second through the fifth
earlier wars. Top priority goesto the leading tennis players from low net winners received sponsor -
men needing treatment for ser- most exciting news latelyis the Jacksonville area. guest badges for spectator PiBId
vice connected or service the invitation to NJSC to senda The, Academy baseball team admission for all days of the
aggravated disabilities. If a bed racing team to Annapolis for will play two double headers hereat Greater Jacksonville Open tour- I
is available, veterans may be the All Navy Regatta on June Mason Field beginning at 1 nament. SouthernJans
29-30. The club will be assigned -
admitted for any ailment requir- p.m. tomorrow and Sunday. Sat-
ing hospitalization if they are a 44' Luder yawl (which needs urday the Academy team travelsto
unable to pay for the treatmentat a crew of 8)) and will participatein FernandinaBeach to take on ; ;-
a private hospital. An allow- the five race regatta over a the Oriole farm club at their GIANT SWAP ME'EfJAX
the course of 10-12 miles on Chesapeake -
ance of $1,600 toward buy- home stadium. t LARGEST FtEA
ing of a specially equipped car Bay. The Academy's tennis teams \ MARKET
is available for veterans with Navy Jax Sail Club memberswho will go against the leading junior { Browse-'
tennis from the Jack- \\i Come Buy, Sell or
suf- interested and eligibleto players
certain severe disabilities are i
\\, Thousands of Items.
fered while in the service. compete in the regatta, con- sonville area tomorrow,then 'Blanding Drive-In Theatre'
Many of the provisions above tact Roger Scott, Dusty Rhodes, take on Jacksonville University \
such as the GI Loan for homes Bill Kelly or Lou Caron as soon Saturday and St. Johns River I, Every Sat. 7 a.m.6 p.m
and educational benefits are as possible. They will fill you in Junior College Sunday. The mat- Sun. I p.m. 6 p.m.]
available for active duty per- on the details. This is a great ches will begin at2 p.m. each day 2 768 7085 or 768 4793
sonnel. Contact the VA for privilege and honor for NJSC and and will be played aboard base at &
specific derails. we want to do it justice. the Mustin tennis courts.



And these are only a few
of the Airlines that are
areamscome within bur reach. We can
take you anywhere in the
world on any scheduled J

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How much? We can tell
you. Ask about Military
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NAS JAXBLDG.. 39 .. Tele. 384. 1391 or Base Ext. 2431 7.
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Intramural VAP-62 Drops VP-30 58-49, i \,, \ .. ,,
,i\j\\," THE BIG,,, rr
j Takes Base Play Off Crown ;': .. ',':.' I

't. Bowling The VAP-62 Tigers downed The play off saw two upsetsas CEDAR II
American League VP-30 58-49 Tuesday night which the competition got underway II
} Team Won Lost gave the squad four straight wins March 12 as undefeated VW4 HILLS II
Falcons 14 2 and the station intramural play was knocked off by VP 7 r :
National League'ssecond
off basketball crown. 58 40 and the
Cloak& Daggers 16 4
) 14'6Neptuoos The Tigers finished regular place team, Hospital.was 1
Hunters re
VP 30 76. 69.
, 14 6 season play with a 12-2 record clipped by
and In two other games in the
picked 1,000 -
i Strikers 10 6 up points towards RiversideChevrolet e I
the spring Ironman opening round of the double
c! X Impulses 11 9 sports r
affair, the American -
elimination I,
{ trophy by winning the basketball
Crash& Fire 11 9
VAP 62
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