Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o f f 1 ci al expression of any ,
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. '.


VW-4's Hurricane Hunter Crews lk : ....,<

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Get Ready to Watch the 'Girls' "'II!,1

With the annual hurricane! The girls, however, are not the phase of its annual mission Fri-
season beginning only three short bikini clad, tanned beauties of day when Cdr. H. P. Summersand ,

weeks away, the officer and men the beaches, but the more serious Crew Four departed the air ',' ",-..., "
of' Weather Reconnaissance ladies backed by fierce winds -- station for a Caribbean familiarization '. ."' ,
Squadron Four here are prefull fledged hurricanes. visit. "

paring for their annual "girlwatching" Others the besides V ,(
Leave Friday ,I. going on trip ,
mission in the Carib-
Commander Summers, who
bean. i The squadron began its first commands VW 4, were Capt. \. 1 1W

', Robert J. Brazzell, officer in ." ;'
,.. .. charge, Fleet Weather Facility
Jax., and Dr. R. Cecil Gentry,
head of the National Hurricane it
Center in Miami. They were accompanied I
by officials from the ",
.t Environmental Science Services I .

i K Administration (ESSA). .... .

The familiarization flight is 1
conducted annually by ESSA to .. ,
inspect weather and hurricane
... tracking stations located at vari-
.. -
ous islands in the West Indies.
---- "''''. VW 4 provides the aircraft
and crew to conduct the in ctiL4. i

.... spections and at the same time i
.' promotes public awareness of the ',
"" vital role played by the Hurri-

cane storms.Hunters in tracking the

a Ladies Await
SIGNS--Capt. M.J. Stack signs cost reduction ''report with 'i

During the annual hurricane validated savings of $243,000 for Fiscal Year 1968 while :(

season,,June lihrough November Capt. D.A, Hempson, NAS supply 'officer, looks on. ', *<<
GONE LOOKING--VW-4 Super Connie taxies down HAS run 30, WC 121 Super Constella- '
way on training mission'for hurricane hunting season which tions from VW 4 and C 130

begins in early June. VW-4 planes and crews will continueon aircraft of the Air Force pro- Station Supply Saves
alert through the end of November. vide round the clock cover- !
age of all tropical storms and
hurricanes with the Atlantic command -
EDITORIAL area. Timely storm warn- Taxpayers $243.000

ings issued by ESSA after obtaining I

The Society's Ready reports from aircraft The Naval air station IT has sav- This is a significant increase ,
crews on the scene, have greatly
ed taxpayers $243,000 during over last year's validated sayings -
of life
reduced the loss and
pro- Fiscal Year 1968 by using more of $12,382.The .
Have you ever advised a man in the Navy or Marine Corps perty formerly of destructive experienced as a effective production methods in air station has reported a ,
who had a problem, either financial or personal? Chances are result storms. the station supply department's total savings of $251,000 to the '
the problem would turn out to be "small" if you advised that he Last hurricane season, the purchase and control divisions. Navy Department for this fiscal I
turn to the Navy Relief Society for assistance. crews of VW 4 searched Carib- year. (.
Some people may feel that the society is just another appealfor bean waters nearly two months USO Hosts The increased production in the 1
funds to help the other guy. Perhaps it has never had the before Arlene, Beaulah, Chloe supply divisions came after improved -
occasion to assist you, but to the hundreds of Jacksonville area and Doria were born as tropi- methods of space utiliza-
sailors and Marines who turned to the Navy Relief Society for help cal storms. Becoming full Military tion and paperwork were imple- .\
last year, it was a godsend. For a man with a problem that fledge hurricanes, the four mented following a comprehensive i
effects his personal well being and military effectiveness, the tropical storms skipped across study of storage space lay- j
society Is ready to serve. the Caribbean during 'a 12 day Ball FridayThe out and flow of paperwork necessary .:\
The society is not in the business toloan or grant money to buya period, during which VW 4 to supply Navy fleet units.
new television or boat, but bases its'service to the Navy familyon crews flew constant surveillance Signing the cost reduction report
three things -- ELIGIBILITY. EMERGENCY and NEED. without missing a single required Jacksonville USO's annual to validate the savings, Capt.
Not part of the Navy Department the society operates solely flight. Armed Forces Week MilitaryBall Martin J. Stack, NAS CO, pointed :,
from contributions from its yearly appeal for operating funds. Gets Letter will be held tomorrow from out that increase production in I
These funds go to the local auxiliary to help uniformed men and 8 p.m. until midnight and the air the two divisions will save '
women in the time of need. Not one penny of your donation is Following the 12 day periodof station will provide bus trans- $822,000 over the next three 1
used by the for and from the af- A
society operating expenses.The intense operations, the squadron portation to years.
local auxiliary's aid to local people during 1967 has been received a congratulatoryletter fair.Admission
compiled by Capt. S. E. Wright (Ret.), head of the local society. from Gordon E. Dunn dir to the ball will be Speed Reading :
Captain Wright said 343 layettes were given to area Navy and ector of the U. 'S. Department free and servicemen must be in
Marine families. Layettes included diapers, blankets, dresses of Commerce National Hurricane uniform. Music for the formal
and other items to care for a newborn baby. Center in Miami. event, to be held in the Garden
Class Planned I IThe
Center of Jacksonville at the
The society handled 837 service class, giving financial
During intense operations a- corner of Riverside Ave.and PostSt. \
advice and offering other: solutions to personal problems of gainst the hurricanes, the squadron ., will be furnished by the
local men. The society's nurse made 2,401 contacts with fami- logged over 200 flying "Blues ov Purple." station's Educational Ser-
lies, answering questions on child care and other health prob hours and penetrated the storms vices Office has arranged another \
lems. 32 times. Bus Schedule session of reading dynamic
Gratuities totaling $45,014.03 to 612 people and loans to 947 Busses will leave for the Gar- classes. .;
people of 74660.90 were granted by the local society last year.In den Center from NAS Barracks
improve -
-Inside- .Two classes, designed to
addition, the auxiliary converted 130 old loans to gratui- "D" at 7, 7:30 and 8 p.m. and reading speed,comprehension ,
ties and wrote off 64 loans as uncollectable.Each from NATTC Bldg. 500 at 7:10, and retention are scheduledto
of the above cases were carefully weighed by the societyon Editorials. : .' Page 2 7:40 and 8:10 p.m. Busses will begin next month. Active duty )

the basis of ELIGIBLITY, EMERGENCY and NEED. make return trips to the stationat and retired military personnel {
. 5 .
Civil Service .page 11,11:30 and midnight.USO
You may never have need to seek assistance from the societyor junior volunteers will act and their dependents may take +.

you may never 1 know anyone else who has sought aid from Navy Nurses. . Page 6 as hostesses for the ball and Nathan the classes. A demonstration will be held of
the"society.. But your donations buys some insurance should L. Mallison, superintendent reading dynamics ,'";
600 at 9:30 a.m. May ,
the.situation arise in your family.
Movies . . Page 9 .of the Jacksonville Recreation 27 and at 7 p.m. May 28. !
The society Is always ready to aid you, your buddy or someone f Department will direct the grand

else in your department in time of need. Navy Relief servicesgo Clubs I . .. . Page 9 march. Miss USO Educational Registration Services will be Office held in May the \,
a long way to make the problems of men on the Navy Marine
Corps team "little ones". Such aid adds to the overall effective Also, a special presentationwill 27 through June 13. The course '
of the team and enhances the adage- "The Navy takes Want Ads . .page 9 be made to the USO Junior will cost $125 with $25 due ti
F 2.care of its own." volunteer who will be crowned at registration and the remain- .
Flying Cook. . .Page 12 "Miss USO of 1968. der due the first class period.

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Max 16, 1968

I Editorial; ; View Points} 5=: : '


The Ideal Place Edward's Chapel

SUNDAY MASS - -9 a.m.
and 11 a.m.
It's a nice neighborhood -- the people are friendly and courteous DAILY MASS ----11:30a.m.
and the landlords keep the houses looking attractive and in good SATURDAY MASS-- 9am.
repair. The neighborhood kids play quietly and keep their pets Religious Education Classes

in their own yards -- it's an Ideal place to live. (Grade School) - -9:45a.m.
This ideally, is the descriptio ,that everyone both military and CONFESSIONS5 p.m.
civilian, would like to see used When;referring to'the neighborhoodwhere -5:30 p.m. and 7 1 p.m. -7:::30 p.m.
they live. ''* LJ MONDAY
We of the military have thee privilege o 1 living with our familiesIn Religious Education Classes

off station housing. When we move into a new neighborhood, .l'it'i.l' t.t; ;. "' 'WA: "' .. (High School) - -7 p.m.

we have the obligation: to ourselves, landlords and our neighborsto GUEST SPEAKER Capt. MJ. Stack, HAS CO, Introduces TUESDAY
try to make the area an ideal place to live. Single Young Catholic Organi-
When living In off station housing, we have the responsibilitiesof Duval County Sheriff Dale Carson, who was guest speakerat zation --------7:30 p.m.
conducting business transactions,safeguarding our private property the monthly CO's luncheon held at the O'Club May 8. The THURSDAY-CATHOLIC CHOIR

and maintaining good housekeeping practices, as well as respecting sheriff spoke on local law enforcement and its projectedrole 7 1 p.m.

the, rights of our neighbors and landlords. in the new Jax consolidated government beginning in U.S. Naval/ Hospital
We have the responsibility of abiding by all local laws and ordin- October -
ances and privisions of leasing agreements while extending same
respect toward local citizens and their property as is required while Red Cross ServicesEIGHTH SUNDAY MASS -: -:8 a.m.

living in on station Installations,.
Unfortunately, we of the military are judged by civilians as a group --- "II
rather than as Individuals. Therefore, if one serviceman:: is con- IN A SERIESOn By Virginia Gunter '- '.SUNDAY Y SERVICE 10 a.m. I

sistantly late in paying his,rent, or doesn't take care of the property, request of appropriate military reasons, ((2)) deferment from ,. PROTESTANTAll
landlords maybe hesitant about renting to other servicemen. Some
commanders, and with the overseas service, (3)) compas-
landlords may even stop renting to servicemen altogether. serviceman's knowledge and con- sionate reassignments, and ((4)) Saints Cha 'e/ .
Furthermore, servicemen who continually disturb their neighborswith .
for dependency or
sent, the Red Cross field direc- discharge
noisy late evening parties or allow their children and pets to SUNDAY ,'
will obtain confidential information hardship.In
roam through their neighbors' yards, leave a less than favorable tor about a serviceman's addition, reports may be Divine Worship Service-lOa.m.

I, impression in a civilian community. home conditions to aid in making obtained under certain conditions Junior Worship Service 10 a.m.
While wearing the uniform of our country and living in off station decisions affecting the morale concerning AWOL personnel Bldg. T 722

housing, let's pay our rent and otherbills promptly, learn and abide and welfare of the serviceman military prisoners and pris- School 9 a.m. Bldg.
by all house rules., be good neighbors and make the communityin and his family. These reports oners in a federal penal insti- Chuff
which live ideal to live.
we an place
are known as home condition tution. Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
Red Cross reports are obtained Bldg. 722
reports. on a confidential basis from Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30
Forces for Freedom"As
Also, when requested by appropriate local community sources (doc p.m.
military authority, and tors, lawyers, teachers, social TUESDAY ,
Commander-in-Chief, I invite every American to participate in accordance with specific mil- workers, and others, Including Junior Choir Rehearsal-p.m.Bld .
in the 1968 observance of Armed Forces Day which honors itary regulations, the Red Cross relatives and friends) having # 722 _
these courageous men and women of our forces for freedom.-- field director will obtain reports knowledge of the facts. Ac- WEDNESDAYSenior
President Lyndon B. Johnson in his Armed Forces Day messagefor that are needed in connectionwith cordingly, the reports are handled Choir Rehearsal -7:30
1968. a serviceman's applicationfor in strict confidence and are p.m.

"Forces for Freedom" is the theme for Armed Forces Day, ((1)) emergency leave or not allowed to fall into the hands THURSDAYYoung ,
Saturday.No extension of leave for emergency of unauthorized personnel. Adult Club 7 p.m.

finer theme honoring today's serviceman could have been Bldg. I* 722 .

chosen. It honestly portrays his mission. It characterizes his devotion Christian Science Service
Weeds Will 8 *1# 751
Only Grow p.m. Bldg.
to duty, courage and stamina in trying times. .
0 4 4 M
But it is appropriate that each individual serviceman to whom the ,bx..a
day is dedicated, take a reappraising look at himself to make sure
he deserves'the h9nor. The ,decision should ,be conclusively;! ,in the } 't :T By LCdr. J.E. ,Dorsey CHC r '.c: rIJ ,
affirmative. -
When you stand on the brink of a volcano's crater, you trembleto
think of the powers hidden there, sleeping now, but one dayto TrafficViolations
burst forth. What are the forces lodged in that volcano comparedwith
the forces that are lodged in an infant's heart?

On top of some mountain you pause by a spring. In your Imagination -
you follow it as it goes down the mountainside, gaining volume
and breadth and depth with every mile, until it has become a
mighty river which carries the commerce of a nation or, suddenly

swollen by the rains, overflows its banks and smites the earth witha The following is a ,report of

w curse. motor vehicle accidents and traf-
g *OP What is the power lodged in that mountain spring which becomesa fic violations for the period April

great river compared withjhenpweriahless-or ta.hurt..to add to 30 through May 6.
./ OrN the sum and total of human happiness or human woe, which is Number of Accidents

lodged ,in the soul of a single child? This Week - '- -8
A man once said he did not believe in giving children any religious Total Accidents this year through
instruction. His theory was that the child's mind should not
May 6, 1968 - -120
be prejudiced in any direction, but he should be permitted to choose Number of Accidents through May
The average serviceman is not In the habit of strutting and his religious opinions for himself. He was asked by a friend If 155
- - -
bragging about himself. ,Generally, he goes about his job quietly he would like to see his garden.He Total number of since
and conscientiously, endeavoring to live up to the respect and said he would, and together the two men went out Into the last injury in a motor vehicle
trust the American people have in him. garden, where only weeds were gorwing. The man looked in sur-
accident - - -3U
I This holds true for the serviceman in Vietnam. He may be at prise, and said, "This is not a garden! There is nothing here but Number of ViolationsThis
.Khe Sanh, living from day to day In the knowledge that he wouldn'tbe weeds!1""Well
there if he wasn't needed. Or, he be stationed in the U.S. Week - -66
may you see, answered his friend, "I did not wish to infringe
Speeding - - -13
t, In both places he tries hard to do his job
upon the liberty of the garden. I was giving it a chance to express Reckless
Driving - -1
It doesn't matter where he is; what's really important is that itself and to ,choose its own production." j
I he's doing his assigned job in the best possible way he knows how. A timely parable I If we are not trained to go in the right way G,-we Going Other through Violations47 Stop Sign -i- 5
I In short, he's working fqr a free peaceful world.! . t naturally go in the wrong way.Attitudes ;
t In his message, President Johnson said, "The true peacekeepers Twenty-six drivers appeared
'. are those who wear pur: ,country's. uniform, >In. Vietnam -<-,and around before the Traffic HearingBoard
the world -- they perpetuate the ideals which made and pre- 'at the meeting held on May 9.
serve us as a nation." Need ChangeSmallpox Disposition of the cases includedthe

Wear your uniform proudly, Armed Forces Day is YOUR day. following: Five lost drivingand
(AFPS] at one time was a great decimator of the people, but parking privileges aboard
medical science and an outraged populace concentrated on stampingout ; station for various periods; 15
and controlling horrible disease; the same thing was applied were assigned to complete an
to T. B., muscular dystrophy, polio and cancer. Yet very eight-hour' course in remedial
JAX AIR: NE'1: lS little has been accomplished in the stamping out and control of driving at NATTC; 16 received
automobile fatalities and casualities -- mainly because of the attitude suspensions; 10 were given warn
of people. ings; four were dismissed; eight
Each person attempts through his own feeling of confidence, in were fined (U.S. COMMISSIONER -
The NEWS is Civilian'
JAX AIR a enterprise Newspaper
distributed. each Thursday at the ti. S. Naval! Air Station, his ability as a driver to prevent an accident from occuring, but ); and eight referred to com-
I aCksollvillc, Florida, by the, Holt Publishing Company/ only to himself. It makes no difference to him if others' safety is manding officers for possible
a private' firm. All Copy' submitted for use in the JAX AIR placed in jeopardy through his own tactics. It must be admittedthat disciplinary action. Twentyseven -
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Hot such a selfish attitude will never bring about a solution to our drivers were assessed 84
2, NAS J Jacksonville, by 12CXI) noon on Monday' before pub national problem.In points.t .
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele
the case of disease control, drivers
are promoted in orderto
phone 772 3I1H or JII)
obtain money for the advancement of medical science and ulti-

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries mate control of disease. The entire country responds graciously,
concerning sued, should be directed Co: and munificently; the dollars pour in and the control projects.
continue until success is achieved.
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. This is not so in the case of auto accident prevention and control.

Jacksonville. Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 There are' no sbci|s. 'pills, potions or treatments that will change
attitudes.. There are no laboratory experiments, no contributionsof

VOL. 26 NO. 8 MAY 16, 1968 money.
We ask only that each Individual contribute a portion of his thinking
.1, capacity to develop the habit of courtesy and ultimately bring abouta
change of attitude in the operation of his motor vehicle.




Awards Presented

%k I4f4 To Fleet Pilots

CECIL. -- During ceremonies
held here last Friday, three V A-
; V't' 45 and two RCVW 4 pilots were >.'
a presented awards by RAdm.Rob-
ert J. Stroh, Commander Fleet -
r* "i
Air Jacksonville.
Personnel from VA 45 receiving -
awards LCdr.G. ri /<
were: pt' ,:
R. Fox, assistant operations ,
officers} LCdr. R. F. Moreau,
aviation safety officer; and Lt.
M. N. McDermott, Avionic wea- ib::
pons officer. .
FF LCdr. Fox received a Dis-
9 tinguished Flying Cross, gold t
stars in lieu of the second and II J
"" 17"7' or --- -- "I third Navy Commendation Medal,

I SECOND AWARD.....Maj.) H.C. Sanford presents second and teenth the Air thirteenth Medals. through nine- COMMENDED.....Lt. Peter L. Nissen, Jr., receives Letter ..
Purple Heart to .Sgt. Robert W. McGahee for wounds received The Vietnamese Gallantry of Commendation from Cdr. C.W. Ireland, for outstanding ,
i In \7tafn4mCecil. service while attached to the Naval in '
Cross with Bronze star was a- Support Activity "
warded to Lt. McDermott along Saigon-. \
Marine Awarded with the fourteenth and (fifteenthAir
I Medals. Lt. Nissen ReceiYes. Y
The two RCVW4 pilots receiv-
Second HeartCECIL
I. Purple ing awards were Cdr.H.N.Rose,

., assistant operations, officer,and Letter of CommendationCECIL i.
-- Sgt. Robert W. Mc Air Base, also with the Second LCdr. C. P. Dowd, maintenance )
Gahee, native of Mobile, Ala., Battalion, First Marine Divi officer. -- Lt. Peter L. Nis- ance during this critical period ,
was presented his second Purple sion. The wound was Inflictedby Cdr Ross received a gold star sen Jr., of the station Supply materially contributed to the high J ;
Heart Award last Friday by Maj. a camouflaged foot trap. in lieu of a third Distinguished Department, has been awardeda state of readiness and response ,
H. C. Sanford, commanding officer Sgt. McGahee enlisted In the Flying Cross; seventeenth, Letter of Commendation from of this command in meeting and
of the Marine Barracks Marine Corps October 1964, following twenty third, twenty fourth and fulfilling all missions and con-
here. a four year tour of dutyIn twenty sixth Air Medals; gold Commander, U. S. Naval Support tingencies.**
The Vietnam Veteran was the Air Force. stars in lieu of a second and Activity, Saigon. The presentation Mr. Nissen was assigned to the
awarded his first Purple Hearton Other awards that he holds third Navy Commendation Medal, was made by Cdr. C. W. Naval Support Activity Detach-
August 24 while taking partIn are: the Presidential Unit Cita- and the-Navy Achivement Medal. Ireland, station supply officer. ment Nha Be, located approx-
"Operation Hastings" In the tion, Vietnamese Service and LCdr. Dowd was presentedthe The commendation was for imately 12 miles southeast of '
Demilitarized Zone as a mem- Campaign Medal, Good Conduct Navy Achievement Medal. performance of duty during, the Saigon. It is the headquarters'$
ber of the Second :Battalion, Award, and National Defense The awards ceremony was held recent TET offensive, a Chinese of the Commander, Rung Sat "
First Marine Division. The Medal. In conjunction with VA 45's Lunar New Year celebration period Special Zone. The base has the
second award was received for During his Marine career,Sgt. Commanding Officer's personnel which the Viet Cong used '1
an operation north of the DaNang McGahee has served at Camp inspection conducted by Cdr. for an offensive.The task of keeping the Long Tau '
Lejune, N. C., Camp Pendleton, Charles M. Lake Jr. River shipping channel, from the
FORRESTHfh Calif., and aboard the USS Rock- .' . letter read in part: "This South China Sea to Saigon, free I
bridge (APA 228)). command has been commended of mines and illegal entry of :
The cash value of Series E.
SchoolSENIOR 1 by the Commander, U.S. Mili- arms and supplies.
Series H Savings Bonds and H ,
may U. S. Savings Bonds out-
Command Viet- Lt. Nissen
tary Assistance enlisted In theNavy .4
be obtained In exchange for Ser- of
PLAYMay standing at the end Fiscal 1948 I
February and
ies E Bonds, when current Income Year 1967 was $50,817 million. nam, for Its outstanding service was servingas
16 & 17 8 P.M. a Chief Aviation Storekeeperwhen
FORREST Is wanted. That's good to The year before, the figure was during the recent TET Offensive : he received his commis-
AUDITORIUM remember when your retirement $49,682 millions. Your outstanding perform-' sion In November 1963.
time comes.
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May 16, (1968

I F, ., J 4.d, ...$.. ',.'.. I NATTC : Behind The Scene 1 I

d .' .
_'i', '.:>> '',, "t''I._ _. 'I. ..ri :;.(i-tt1",,, fit"* _, By Tom Raker and June Goff
His sincere efforts, effective Hixon, AOl John W. Rakestraw
NATTC's Color Guard, con-
speaking ability, and his earnest A02 Michael R. Sutton, AO2
sisting of three Marines and two reduce accident rates Duane N. Tolman, A02 Tony D.
desire to
sailors selected by Lt. D. E. here were instrumental in NAT Watkins, and AO1 Larry M. Wil-
Walsh, participated in the Duval .
TCs excellent safety record.In liams.
Medical Center's groundbreaking the letter, the CO also Rakestraw, whose next duty
remony Monday at 10 a.m. cited Collins as a friend of the station will be with VF 96
Dr. Samuel P. Martin pro- Navy who created an atmosphere at Miramar, Calif., finished the
Hillis Miller Health
vost of the J.
tI of mutual respect and helpfulness 25 week course with an average -
the of Flor-
Center at
between the civil authori- of 85.36. WOl G. C.
ida, was which guest speaker at con-the ties and the Navy. Beatty, AO (M) ((0)) School Instructor -
I ceremony opened duties congratulated the
struction of the center's$27 million Collins who will assume grad-
as the new Director of the uates and handed them their di-

building.. . Driver Survival of Institute Duval of the plomas.. . .
Council Countywas
Former County Patrol Of- Safety
.. extended best of luck wishes Parron G. Gallop recently
ficer, Ben H. Collins, receiveda
I ,"" '. .... ..... l letter of commendation from and an invitation back to received congratulations from
QUARTER CENTURY- NATTC's CO, Capt. R.P. Kline NATTC's Executive Officer,Cdr. the center.. . Capt. R. P. Kline, CO of NATTC,
congratulates Parron G. Gallop on his completion of 25 years J. G. Ballou, Friday in the cap- for completing 25 years of con-
of federal service. Gallop is an educational specialist in tion's office. tinuous federal service.
AO/A School. The letter cited Collins for Eight aviation ordnanceman Gallop, a retired lieutenant
the outstanding safety service he graduated from AO/B School on commander from the Naval Re-
) to personnelatNATICfrom ,May 7. Members of Class 745 serve, came here in June 1952.
gave December 1965 thru May this were A01 Steven M. Doty A02 He was a supervisory'instructorof
lUJ1ogo} wa @g} rn@ IDg} I year. '-, Ollie-J. Gross, A01 Harold C. current NATTC position before he of assumed educational his

.- ., specialist at AO/A School. He
I says that 75 per cent of his present -
work is in curriculum
instruction .
Gallop holds an undergraduate
degree in educational'adminis-
This year; tration from Atlantic Christian
College in Wilson, N. C. He
also completed graduate studiesat
the University of North Carolina -
take the
and the University Florida-
Before going into civil service
work, he taught in public schoolsfor
vacationyou six years and served as county
superintendent for eight in
y e b x zGk'.iS. years
F North Carolina.
Gallop is married to the formerIva
May Lord, who teaches: at
Lakeshore Junior High School.
Lyp He has a daughter graduating this
youthought My'i ., ,, year from Converese College
N ski Spartanburg, S. C., and a son who
is a junior at the University of
.' i :;o".r'iri;: :,,:iar::: North,Carolina.

Son then Residents
i' r
f couldnt Y To Use West G.,.

The construction work on the
four laning of Roosevelt Boule-
take. vard adjacent to the west vehicle -
gate will soon be com-
pleted.To .
Make a wish with coins in a Puerto Rico fountain.
help in making the after-
noon traffic safer and smoother -
the station has widened the
west gate to provide for the
funneling of two streams of off-
oing traffic, and will soon be
installing improvedtraffic light
Motorists enroute to southern
points: will be requested.. to use
.. .p the west gate.
Ortega Hills motorists must
travel the right lane of trafficso
i that they may safely and
quickly turn right to reach their
Go on a"Lion Country Safari" in Florida. destination. Other southern motorists -

I What's going to be this year? weekend jaunts. 1-week trips. may travel in either lane.

K Lost leave? The same old summer 2-week holidays. Whateveryou

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ing that summer has passed choice of accommodations, Treasure hunt in the Bahamas.:

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when Eastern makes it so easy and many free extras. jet coach fare for reservedseat I L

for you to use your leave for a Prices are incredibly low. 7 ; 50% off on standby)

really exciting spring or sum- fabulous days and 6 partying you've got to take one! See

mer vacation. Make your plansnow nights in Puerto Rico for as lowas your ,JAMTO, or a Travel HONDAMOHTESA

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We have low-cost tours for Miami Beach for only $24.50.*

everyone. 54 tours to places 7 days, 6 nights in Nassau for MOTORCYCLES

like Puerto Rico,Virgin Islands, 5650.* There are many more .. -.,..'. J. ..',.

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Civil Service News


Bray To SpeakAt

1.1J j ConventionThe

is tN Northeast Florida Councilof
s the American Federation of
P&\ Government Employees.will host
the 5th District Caucus and Con-
vention of AFGE today through Complete Training Course
Saturday at Jacksonville'sGeorge
Washington Hotel. Eleven Civil Service supervisors were awarded
Bun; Bray Jr., staff directorof May 9 for successfully completing a 70 hour Basic Su
the House Manpower Subcommittee Training Course.
will be the principal The course was presented in two parts. The first half
speaker at the convention.A course consisted of 24 two hour sessions with subjects
World War II Naval officer various phases of a supervisors responbilities and the
Bray has previously workedin half of the course consisted of 11 two hour sessions
the area of federal employee the various awards and opportunities open to civil-
compensation problems and ployees. i
working conditions. He has Capt Martin J. Stack NAS commanding officer
lectured on the President's Executive the certificates to A. A. Axelson L. M. Bennett A. B. s
Order 10988 concerning J. W. Farley H. M. Hays and H. Miley of Public Works.
u __ ____..._ a_ __ ,.__ employee management relations ceiving certificates from the Supply Department were ,
AFTER 23 YEARS Mrs. Fran Schooler received a retire- and to employee management Batson W. Carter, J. "P. F. Cowart and A. F. Wilson, t

I ment'' dinner party in her honor April 30. Mrs. Schooler retired groups.Bray has been assistant direc- W.Capt.Castelli L. of W.Data Graves Processing.public works officer and Capt. t

from the Industrial Relations Department after 23 years tor of the officer on manpowerin Hempson supply officer were on hand for the :
employment. the Secretary of Defenseand
Special Assistant for i
Local Promotion Jobs the Secretary of the Navy. lEUAIR SALUTES
He has received awards suchas
the Citation of Merit from Oir Mai Bed WOH B !to Uiifem!

I Open for ApplicationsMerit the educational Washington awards Evening from Star and the ....FOR A JOI WELL DONEII

Community of Falls Church, Va.

Merit promotion opportunities will be accepted through the closeof ExamsAnnouncedApprentice
currently open for receipt of applications business Monday.
are listed below. The MPB No.84-68 Mechanical Engineer : starting salary
area of consideration and closing Technician GS-9. Area of 2.23 per hour. Positions to be
date of each is shown. consideration: Sixth Naval Dis- filled in Jacksonville and Key *<
MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-Grade trict. Applications will be accepted West Fla.Policeman. '
levels GS-4 and below; MPB No. through the close of busi- : starting salary aa:< 3a\ y
79-67 Plan C All semi-skilled ness June 3. $4995 per year. Positions to be
positions pay level seven and MPB No. 85-68 Supervisory filled in Jacksonville.
below; MPB No. 83-67 Plan Ball Personnel Staffing Specialist, Applications for apprentice -4 :
GS-9. will be accepted until further no- _
skilled positions pay level Area of consideration: 1)r
eight and above. Area of con- NAS NARF, COMFAIRJAX tice. Applications for policemanwill
sideration: NAS,. NARF NARTU NARTU Navy Commissary be accepted until Wednesday.
COMFAIRJAX;* Navy Commis- Stores, Navy Recruiting Station Applications should be sent to Ir / J' ii
sary Stores Navy Recruiting Station Jacksonville. Applications will be the Interagency Board of U. S.
Jacksonville. Applicationsfor accepted through the close of Civil Service Examiners for
these positions will be accepted business Monday. Florida 123 South Court Avenue SATURDAY, MAY 18
at any time. A separate application MPB No. 86-68 Industrial Orlando Fla. 32801.
must be filed for each Engineer Technician, GS-7 or Further information regarding
position in which interested. 9. Area of consideration: NAS these examinations may be obtained -
MPB No. 158-67 Industrial Engineer NARF. COMFAIRJAX NARTU, from the Employment Office ;
GS-5. 7, 9 aoo11. Areaof Navy Commissary Stores Navy Building 907, Phone 772- 78bA.I
consideration:Nationwide.Applications Recruiting Station,Jacksonville. 3448.
will be accepted until Applications will be accepted BY I N
the needs of the service are met through the close of business r -
and will be considered as re- Tuesday. t; \\\1 i
ceived. MPB No. 87-68 Projection and 1 ",
MPB No. 61-68 Electrical Engineer Sound Equipment Mechanic.Areaof
GS-11. Area of consid- consideration: All naval activities -
eration: Nationwide.Applicationswill in the Jacksonville area.
be accepted through the closeof Applications will be accepted irn
business Wednesday.MPB through the close of business ., .
No. 68-68 Shorthand Reporter May 23. b 1 4t 96w )
GS-6. Area of consideration r---------- :, 1 /
: Nationwide. Applications Welcome HoweRosieir -- .
will be accepted through the closeof -
business May 23. I '
- - t
MPB No. 71-68 Dental Hygienist wiMOTORS ,
GS-4 and 5. Area of con- p
.sideration: Nationwide. Applica- I, .
tions will be accepted throughthe A ,; ...- .
close of business May 27. _. \ ;.\-- ::::;;.. :: e ; f

MPB No.72-68 Equipment Specialist :' I WQJ:: PATIO t.
(Electronics), GS-9. Area 1

of trict.consideration Applications:Sixth will Naval be Dis-accepted 11 II Get Both Feet UR B
through the close of bus- i V 0 K JB BR I Ict.
iness May 28. I On The Ground... .
MPB No. 74-68 Recreation ............. Get ThemIn ct. cLt
Specialist (Arts and Crafts), GS- II
7. Area of consideration: Na- I The Air!!
tionwide. Applications will be accepted 65 VW Used Sed. $790 1 CP jL R3cct. BR 2

iness May through 29. the close of bus- 164 CHEV. Sed. $690 1 Learn to
163 I
MPB No. 75-68 Equal Employ- CONSUL $440
ment Opportunity Officer, GS-7, 63 VW S. Roof $490 FLY!!
9 and 11. Area of consideration 61 SIMCA $160
Model Al
: All naval activities: in the 1 Extend Your Life
Jacksonville area. Applications 160 PLY. Air Cond 5150 iI Circle! From its large picture window in the front, to its safety
sliding doors opening on to a spacious patio, here is
II Join the Jax living priced to fit any budget. 3 Bedrooms, 1 >% Baths,
KEEP YoOR QOLLARSpM ........... I more than ample storage area.

.. We Buy-Sell-Finance Navy Flying ClubFAA Clay County's Only Completely PLANNED !/!

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10 A.M. to Dark. Travai. South on Blandinf Boulevard (Hwy. )

Hay 16, 1968

I Eagles \

: Change r4? l

: 'Per h".. r

I Jax .. the Eagles of Patrol I \ I I I

Squadron 16 have flown "to a
new perch in the west section 1I
of the newly dedicated patrol
w ;af hangar complex.
k K Squadron personnel began
.I moving office supplies furnitureand I
all of the equipment neededto ;
support an operational P 3
;r a ""'We a t patrol squadron into the new .. .
hangar May 9. Only half of .
the squadron participated in the
actual move because one half 4ey > w
of the squadron is currently on

deployment to the MediterraneanThe in Nurse Corps cake cutting
squadron had completed the CAKE CUTTING -- Taking part
.move and reestablished normal Monday night were (L to R) Capt. W.S. Baker, CO Naval Hos-
a routine by Monday. pital, Ens. Carol Kiriacon, junior nurse, RAdm. RJ. Stroh,
M; Hangar: spaces in the new complex COMFAIRJAX, Miss Matrha Page, retired nurse and Cdr.

are larger than the squad- Lenor Simon, chief Nursing Service.
t ron's old spaces and are designed -
I to accommodate the P-3 Orion
I Added ceiling and entry clearance Navy Nurses .Mark
allows aircraft to be towed freely
_S; r_ mJ: ,Qt.I.'I. within the new hangar. Office
spaces are also larger sound- ;
NEW HOME-VP-16 malntenant.' Lt (jg), C.M. Lawler proofed and air conditioned. 60th Year of ServiceThe

ance officer. LCdr. W. J. supervise operations as the Later this month the deployed -
Edwards, and first lieuten- squadron moves.Bob's contingent of Eagles will
return here and join in the use Navy's Nurse Corps cele- gland Africa Italy Newfoundland -
of the squadron's new spaces. brated its 60th anniversary Mon- Bermuda CubaandTrinidadWhen
E> On May 31 the Eagles will cele- day, and the Nurses at the Naval the Japanese attacked r
> Oak Hill brate their 22nd anniversary; withan Hospital here observed the occasion 'and captured Guam in 1941 five
open house. A personnel inspection with a banquet at the Can- Navy nurses became prisonersof i
Pure Service CenterOpen awards ceremony and dlelight Restaurant.As war and were sent to a military -
numerous displays will be pre- far back as 1811 the Navy prison in Japan. They

for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.. sented for families of squadron first voiced its desire to have were relased in 1941 and sent
the sick.
trained attend
men. back to the states. That same
Although trained nurses were year 11 nurses were capturedby
road service pick up & delivery Navy Relief Seeks being used throughout the Navy the Japanese in Manila and
Ladies to Sew Layettes the actual establishment of the after surviving 37 months as
mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars Nurse Corps was not providedfor prisoners of war were freedin
Layette sewing for the Navy by legislation until May 13, 1945. At the time of the sur-
Relief will be held from 10 a.m. 1958 when by an act of Con- render aboard the USS Missouriin
103rd & Jammes Road until '2 Wednesday in the
p.m. gress the Nurse Corps; U. S.
771 1 9156 Tokyo Bay in August 1945
Jacksonville, Florida of the Navy Relief
Layette room Navy came into being. By Oct- Navy nurses were aboard, three
Building. ober that year the first 20 nurses hospital ships of the U.S. Third
who later came to be call- Fleet ashore
waiting to go to
ed the Sacred 20, had reportedto care for allied;prisioners.
:: ; the U. 5. Naval Hospital With the beginning of the Kor-
: ? Washington D. C. for orien- ean War in 1950, Reserve nurses
;. tation and duty.In were recalled. The Hospital
1909 44 nurses were assigned -
Ship USS Consolation was ordered -
... to other naval hospitalsat to Korea and two other Hos-
r Norfolk, Annapolis Brooklyn pital Ships the USS Haven and
and Mare Island. By 1910 nur- USS Repose, were recommis-
ses were sent overseas to the sioned. A Navy Nurse lost her
Philippines Guam Honolulu life when the USS Benevolence
Yokosuka Samoa Virgin Islands capsized in San Francisco Bay
'" and Cuba. During World after being .rammed by a mer-
'<. War I in 1917 Navy Nurses chant marine vessel.In .
:? / ; served with the Red Cross in 1964 four Navy nurses received
;, ments expanded to include England sustained in the Christmas -
Ireland and Scotland. By Eve bombing of Saigon.Pre-
1918 the NurseCorps had 1,386 sently, in the Vietnamese conflict -
members; however after World 58 nurses are assignedto
War I, during the disarmament the Hospital Ships USS Reposeand
program the Nurse Corps was USS Sanctuary deployed in
reduced to 427. In 1920 the waters off the coast of Vietnam.
first Navy Nurse to serve aboarda Today more than 2,500 Navy
hospital ship reported aboardthe Nurses are serving in hospitals
', ,,\ :.., USS Relief. aboard Hospital Ships and indis-
During World War II,the nurse pensaries'all over the world.
., Corps, 11,086 strong assignedits
members to 40 naval hospi FORREST
tals, 176 dispensaries, six hospitals '
corps schools and brought High School

. :::\ .>; '.. ,: '. .):. ..:i. $ .. :.'< navy lines nursing aboard 12 care hospital to the ships.At front. SENIOR PLAY

: .. .. .0' that time overseas duties May 16G17 8 P.M.
: ::::::: ;: '>: : ,... were the Aleutians Russell FORREST

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l ::- Air Force Academy

.I Seaman Sowa Returns In GoldJax ;' ,, I Celebrates WASHINGTON 14th(AFPS Year)) -

< President Dwight D. Eisenhower -

-- Ens. Ed Sowa, former of instruction at Officers' Can- of Rhode Island before enlistingIn signed a congressional bill establishing -

editorial writer and staffer of didate School, Newport, R. I. the Navy 'In early 1966. He the U.S. Air Force

Jax Air News stopped by the Following graduation from OCS, taught. college-level English at r rcry Academy 14 years ago April 1.

editorial offices last week en- he attended the 17-week Com- the air station's on-board edu- : This graduate June its the 10th Academy cadet class.will

route to his new assignment a- munications Officers Afloat cation program while stationed On Aug. 14, 1954, Lt. Gen.

board the USS Goodrich (DDR- School at Newport.A here. Hubert R. Harmon, Special Assistant

831)) at May port. He said, "I'm looking forwardto to the Secretary of the

The former seaman served graduate of Providence Col- my first tour of sea duty. Air Force for Academy mat

here from August 1966 to August lege, Mr. Sowa earned a Mas- He will serve as communications ters, published General Order '

1967 before reporting to 18 weeks ter's Degree from the University officer aboard the Good rich. l ". tR No. 1, announcing the Academywas
Ensign Sowa established.






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MoviesMovies -.' ,.. ,
ClubSchedules !)"<"" ''' ''<"'H"rcm- < ,.
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will be shown nightlyat \ \lIt Vi \ rf': I t.if' t.
the NAS '" j .
Sax Theatre .
at .
J'J't.' :! ".-, . .
p.m. will also be Kiddie

Matinee at 2 p.m., Saturdays anda HASJAXBLUEJACKETS Ads should be mailed ''
to the. Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Standing Blvd. Jacksonville,
regular feature at 2 p.m., INN: The Nu Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital Sounds are on hand tonight. Phil Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
Theatre will have one nightly Cay and Chantels will entertain publisher is 'instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field be received WITH the copy for the ad.Do .
tomorrow evening. Saturday
will have two nightly shows dur-
ternoon and night will feature
ing the week at 5:30: and 8 p.m. the Run Aways from Georgia. Net Soid CashMiiimuM
Matinees will be shown on weekends afternoon
Sunday the Rush Hour

.at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY will make the scene followed by Rite: charge ((3 linos). . . . .$2.00
May 16 UFO's In the evening. The Six-

NAS: "BANG BANG YOUR teen's Monday.will make Tuesday their appearanceon will feature -,: Per additional line ((4 words per 11.8)). . . 0.50

i DEAD" starring Tony Randall the Bob Garber Show and r ,
and Senta Berger. Rating-Good. Wednesday the UFO's will 're-
((100 min.) turn. Happy Hour is held Mon- RADIO SUNGLASSESWear A Civilian Use STEREO/RADIO COMBINATION
.. day through Friday from 5 to 6p.m. this radio wherever you For Service Know How SOLID STATE radio 4 speed
FRIDAY, May 17 Three go go girls will gol! Great for ballgames beach, Major Company has openings in fully automatic intermix stereo
: NAS: "CHARLIE THE LONESOME be appearing nightly. fishing golf, etc Tiny transistor most areas of Fla., for men changer with, automatic cut off
i COUGAR" starring Ron radio built Into frames volume of ability iniative and desire and dual sapphire needles. 2
Brown and Linda Wallace.Rating ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Sam and station controls. Battery for higher thanaverageearnings. months old. Pay balance of $69.
Excellent. ((82 min.) Lester and the Confederates will smaller than a dime gives amaz- Complete training provided. included or $8.50 per month. Phone
HOSPITAL: 'BANG BANG be entertaining Friday niaht. Mel ing reception. Styles for men and telephone number when 353-1946 ask for Credit Mana-
1 YOUR DEAD" starring Tony Gaden and the LazyRhythmGirlswill women the perfect gift for peopleon addressing inquiry to: ger. Will deliver without obli-
r Randall and Senta Berger. Rat- take over Saturday night. the go. RM 0621 RADIO SUN- Regional Supervisor gation. A-l MUSICCENTER1606Main
ing Good. ((100 min.) Sunday the Five Clubs will be GLASSES $19.95 TOBIROCK 2911 McCoy Rd., St. Jax. Fla. /
providing the beat. Happy Hour is"1 GIFTS* 3545 Ring Lane, Jax Fla, t Orlando. Fla. 32809 H *
SATURDAY May 18 featured Monday through Wed- 32207 FOR RENT 2BR HOUSE, FURN.
NAS: "BATTLE BENEATH nesday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near Orange Park temp.or permanent
'THE EARTH" ((98 min.) Game night is Sunday at 6 p.m. MIDDLEBURG WATERFRONT I NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of 5900 Qtrs. Will rent to bachelors.
HOSPITAL: "CHARLIE THE May 24 the club will host a special At prices you can afford to pay. blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and 264-6884
l' LONESOME COUGAR" starring "Roaring Twenties Party", no These lots are right in Middle- Unfurn.A}xs. All new paint 2BR, DELRAY MANOR 110th &
\ Ron Brown and Linda Wallace. reservations necessary and no burg on the No. Fork of Black LR, Kit Furn, Nook, Park 2 Karen St. New all brick homes
; Rating Excellent ((82 min.) admission charge. Creek and are excellent for fishing cars water & sewage & garbageincl. AC Low 20's. Building Lots
$85 for unfurn.
;; C. FIELD: "BANG BANG boating & skiing. Improved only mo Available. Floyd White Bldr.
YOUR DEAD" ,starring Tony "0" CLUB: Enjoy the beef- with paving curbs & gutters Call 387-2541, nites and week- 771-5643. .

Randall and Senta Berger. Rat- eater's buffet today from 6 to storm drains & a complete purified ends Call 389-0744. "REAL ESTATE: We will help
ing Good. ((100 min.) 9 p.m. Casey Johnson will be water system. Prices startat "
r'' on hand to provide dining and $3,450 10 yrs. to pay. Go NOW HEAR THIS! you Buy Sell or Invest.
SUNDAY, May 19 dancing music. Friday and Sat- Blanding Blvd. to Main St. Sign Across from N. A. S. Lovely Bowen Real Estate Realtor
NAS: "PRESIDENTS ANALYST" urday a Champaign Special will be points arrow to property. H. A. 3 BR, Fla. Room Patio, Carport USN Retired 384 1376

starring James Colburn featured. Tuesday is Wine Tast- Lundblom, salesman to be there Large Corner Lot Chain JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1
and Jeffery Cambridge. Rating- ing Night. Stars and Bars will beheld Sunday 2:30 to 5:30 P. M. Link Fence, $450 down FHA Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean
Very Good. ((104 min.) Saturday from 5:30 to 8p.m. PYATT & COMPANY, INC. Open for inspection See 7204 modern trailers & Apts. 389-
HOSPITAL: "BATTLE BENEATH Registered Real Estate Brokers.Ph. Greenway Dr. Ed C. Philips 3007.

'' THE EARTH" ((98 min.) CPO CLUB: Pizzas go for 75# 733-8872 or 355-2222. REALTOR EV7 2503.
C. FIELD: "CHARLIE THE Mark Castle will
today. entertain FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
starring tomorrow evening. Try the sea- Saturday-18 May. Open for Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
Ron Brown and Linda SEWING MACHINE
Wallace. food for $1.25.The Tune- Original
special Booking. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. '
Rating Excellent ((82 min.) Twisters will be under the spot- Sunday-19 May. Pool Open Guarantee Zig Zags makesbut- Call Powell or Mills, USN
MONDAY; May 20 light Saturday evening. Game Snack Bar Open for Booking. tonholes sews onbuttons,decor- Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
night will be featured Sunday at ative designs Monograms etc. Realty.
NAS: "KILL OR BE-KILLED" .<, 6 p.m., Happy Hour is featured Just pay balance $40 at $8 per -----
starring Robert: Mark. Rating Monday through Wednesday from Special 'Boss'sDay month. Phone 353-1946 anytime. LOTS
," Friday May 17, 11 Large lots on Santa Fe Lake.
Unknown. ((82 min.) 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.ORi"AS Will deliver no obligation. A-l
Admission$1.00 Terms. Call Owner 3877379.DO .
HOSPITAL: "PRESIDENTSANALYST" am. per per- Sewing Machine Co. 1606 4
starring James Col- CECIL FIELD son, payable at door. Featur- Main St.
burn ing barbecue chicken baked YOU WANT TO BE A DISC n
and Jeffery Cambridge.Rating -
Thursday-16 May. Luncheon beans cole slaw etc. Free GETTING MARRIED JOCKEY?? For Information call:
Very Good. ((104 min.) '
11 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Booze. .11:15 am Buffet Wedding Pictures Taken, Best 356 8351 Day or Night.
C. FIELD: "BATTLE BE- Friday-17 May. Luncheon 11 Lunch .. 12 noon Guest Deal around. Phone 2642140. -
NEAT THE EARTH" ((98 min.) a.m. 1 p.m. Noon Bar, Speaker. Entertainment by PORTABLE TYPEWRITER
Happy Hour 4-6 p.m. Dinner by Ronnie and Jane, Bring the 1966 OPEN ROAD WALK-THRU Remington
reservation. "Boss." CAMPER, Xtra Clean low mile- Lightweight good con-
TUESDAY May 21 dition. Has balance of $34 or
age. $5,000. Call 771-1921 or
pay $7 per month. 1606 MainSt.
NAS: "THE YOUNG AMERI- 389-5826. ., or Phone 3531946. Will
CANS" starring the Young Am- deliver without obligation.
ericans. Rating Fair to Ex UNEXPECTED ORDERS TO -
, cellent. ((104 min.) VISIT ICELAND. Must sell 1968 Toro-
HOSPITAL: "KILL OR BE nado extravagantly equipped. GUITARS FOR RENT. Beginner
KILLED" starring Robert: Mark' Only TWO THOUSAND MILES and advanced lessons.Enroll now
Rating Unknown. Sacrifice price. Call Lt. Cmdr. for the summer. 384-4718.
CECIL FIELD: "PRESIDENTS CLAUDE' NOLAN Jeff King 772-3061 or 772-3138.
ANALYST" starring James Col- FOR SALE-1964 CHEVROLET::
burn and Jeffery Cambridge. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER Greenbrier Deluxe 9 pass. Sport
3BR. 2Baths Large Corner Lot. Wagon. A/T, R&H, Good Condi- \ ;
CADILLAC & PONTIAC No Down payment. Convenientto tion. $750. 264-2494.
': NAS and Cecil Call 781-3516
i t
anytime. FOR YOURGENIUNEhandcarvedleather

PART TIME articles come to: Spare
Time Leather Shop 10727A Normandy -
MARRIED E-4's and above. Are
TA you having trouble making ends BlVd. Open 5:30-9:00 pm

PHONE El, 3-3922 meet? We can work your hoursin &weekends. Phone: 781-092&..
with your duty schedule. Phone i'
2646485. We would like to take this opportunity -
to thank the people that .
FOR SALE or FOR RENT helped to make the Ceramic Showa
2BR. 10x40 Trailer 10x20 Awn- great success. Now we can
ing. 6539 Townsend Rd. 771-
prepare for the next one. Thanks
6267 2642605. Again. Priscilla's Ceramics.

1B ".:fflf..Y eges. Available May 18.. Phone Rooms. $95 mo. 3880696. or

All Ranks All Ages _2642879. 389-6026.

GATOR You must see to appreciate this Visit our pans & service cen-
CROSBY ROCKET outstanding car. Contact Mr. ter Performance Cars Inc.
SILVER LINE IASY ,M 0 NTH:LY : Madison. Credit Union, Ph. 384- 2144 Blanding Blvd. 388-0428. '
5941 or Ext. 2431 _
MERCRUISER STERNDRIVES 1/2 ACRE CAMP SITES-RIver & 2B. 7918 Austin Rd. 771-6567.
INSURANCE fishing rights only 11/2 hrs. .
INLET MARINE from Jax by X-way $50 dn. HOUSE FOR SALE .'
$10 mo. Sheffield Realtors. Oak Hill Park 3BR 2B, & Fam-
SALES UNDERWRITERS, INC. 359-2209 1002 Prudential Bldg. ily Rm., Air Cond., & dishwasher -
(Formal( McOoiujul) / included. $300 down. $100.17Mo.
> / 'fiisurmif'
SHARE MY HOME WITH Phone 771-5913.
Hwy 17 Oriie Perk 6479 JUmvelt II,.. 3C8-767 Couple ONLY or Single Lady.

Call Us Character Ref. Utilities included FOR RENT TRAILER 2BR.
264-9835 Anytime with rent. Swimming pool. $90. $65 mo. Excellent Cond. Phone _
4357 Shirley Ave. 771-6908.

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May 16. 1968 I

I. BEQ Sailor Revives '. ; I Cecil Squadron News Makers I

Two Accident: : VictimsAbout n
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VF62 Name
three weeks ago, a local pulled into the parking lot, the At
ambulance company owner received young girl started to move and
a call from Rodney G. made motions. PC and SOM
Souther, AA, one of Cecil Field's Today she is recovering satisfactorily -
sailors. Souther is attached to the at the hospital. The Patterson t
BEQ Division. entire trip took only eight or CECIL -- ADJ3 Thomas G.
He told the owner that he was nine minutes, but in that timea Patterson of Fighter Squadron :
looking for pan time work and life was saved. Sixty Two has been named .
that he has his standard and advanced "Boomer of the Month" for the
American Red Cross Two days later, Souther responded month of March. Patterson received w
First Aid Cards. He also said to a call from the Du- his award in ceremoniesheld .
that he held the Civil Defense val County Patrol at 3:30 a.m. aboard the ShangriLa. \; .
Medical Self Help Card. The Patrol repotted that a 22 The award read in pan: "While .4
After hearing that Souther also year old man had a heart attack serving in the Aircraft Division, -
had worked with an ambulance at a Standard gas station your professional knowledge and :
company in Hollywood, Florida, just south of Interstate Ten on reliability have distinguished you %
and had been a member of the Lane Avenue. as an outstanding sailor in every s ?

West Hollywood Fire Department "The boy had a lot of pain in respect. Your long hours of work
for two and a half years his chest," said Souther, as and personal sacrifices have been
he hired Souther. we put him on the stretcher. a definite asset to the squadronand
Souther stated he works every "Then all of a sudden, there was its mission. When given any
day except for his duty days. nothing. I checked his heartbeatand job you have completed it in a *
About 4:30 p.m. last Saturday pulse and got nothing. I manner commensurate with the w i
afternoon a call came in to the immediately gave closed heart highest standards of the Navy.In .
ambulance company that a single massage. At first it didn't work. every respect, you have pro-
girl had taken an overdose of so I kept on hitting him." vided an excellent example for
pills. Souther and 'a driver responded all hands. By your professiona"1ability \
to the scene and placed Souther continued the massage outstanding performance,
I the girl on a stretcher in the until the St.Vincent's Emergency and unswerving loyalty to the Win'I-. .
I ambulance. Room doctors took over. The command you have earned the
I Souther was running a rou- doctors repotted: that the boy's respect and admiration of all WHAT'S INSIDE..Dependents of VA-44 personnel get a
tine check on the girl, whe he heart was beating when they received hands in Fighter Squadron Sixty look at what's inside of a TA4F during the "Hornets" Open
noticed that she was turningwhena him and he is now resting Two." House last Saturday.
light blue color in the face. i comfortably.
Without thinking, he started artificial Souther has certainly been of Sawey VA-44 Open House
respiration, continuing until service to the local ambulance CECIL -- Fighter Squadron
they reached the Baptist Hos- company and a life saver for Sixty Two has awarded the
pital Emergency Room. As they two Jacksonville people. "Plane Captain of the Month A- Termed Big Success
ward" to ADJ3 Jerry C. Sawey -- !
for the month of March. The CECIL -- Last Saturday's open Vaughn introduced the guest I
I WANT ADS WILL SELL FOR YOU III!!! I presentation took place aboard house held by Attack Squadron speaker, LCdr. P. O. Rae, 1
the USS Shangri La In which
ComFairJax Staff who
Forty Four at picnic areas two gave an
the squadron is deployed.Sawey's and three aboard the station turn- interesting talk on family bene- I
award read in pan: ed out to be a big success, according fits.At !
"During the month of March to squadron officials. 11:20 a.m.,the crowd moved :
1968, you have demonstrated to The day's events opened witha from the theatre to the picnic i
1 the pilots of Fighter Squadron welcome aboard by Cdr. J. D. areas. There a TA4F aircraft .
Sixty Two and to your division Officer of and ;
Adkins, Commanding a parachute display was set
officer and chiefs a high degreeof VA 44, at the station theatre. up by the, squadron Operations
1 1 personal pride and devotionto Chief R. C. Vaughn of Career I- Department. Tom SabhV of the
duty. Your conduct exem- formation acted as Master of VA-44 Public Affairs Office .
those traits which .
plifies are took over150 colored Polirod
a 1 aed4e4 Ceremonies for the day. After
vitally needed in plane captains of children in
the welcome aboard, cartoons pictures sitting
throughout the Navy. Your per- were shown for the children and the cockpit of the plane, which
formance of duty and attention to
two movies on the Navy were was passed out to the children
details provide and excellent ex" shown for the adults. Upon com- compliments of the squadron.
ample for all hands to follow.
pletion of the movies, Chief
VA64's HoltReceives


/ > -- AME2 Lewis S. Holt
__ _7 cf Attack Squadron SixtyFourhas
been chosen "Lancer of the
$150 V'\ Month" for the month of Feb-

ruary. Homeported here, VA64is
currently deployed.Holt .
chosen for this award
NAME was
from among more than 140 en-
listed personnel in recognitionof
his outstanding performance

Whether .you want' a during the proceeding month.
He enlisted in the Navy, June
$50 loan 'til
payday. or

a larger amount to $600, 1963, and joined the "Black I

you can depend on Liberty's nick 'money service ,1 \ \ Lancers" in December 1966. Asa I
Master Quality Control Inspector -
for military men and women. j f his work has been outstand- J

Phone first and /our money can be ready by the ing in all respects, and his supervisory -

time you reach our office.. ;' ability has made him i
an extremely valuable asset to ;.. I
the squadron.Holt I
Cash .YM.n' LIBERTY MONEY PLAN is the son of Mrs. Helen' !
You Plan Above payment Include Ir M. Holt. 1117 Virginia St., De j''
0. 24 Months principal,interett and Life Ridder, Louisiana. ,
Insurance protection ol group5O.t j
$576.24 $34
rote on all loon over $50.
433:04:32 30 There are no additional costs 1
26 /
f. r1qnCJt'an'
345.57 21 if payments are made on <
schedule. Ra. (eM)
294.17 II Off on the run? ) :

A mad dash to the airport can be transformed into a ( I

LIBERTY LOANS leisurely ride if you see us first. 7Vigcis.)

We are here to take care of ALL your air transportation
Offices Open Friday Until 7 PM Son Juan at Niblick
needs for ALL the airlines of the U.S.A.

JACKSONVILLE Come and see us, we can do it all. AIRLINES 1.263 I Bedrooms .
21 WEST CHURCH STREET Phone: 356-8421! TRAFFIC OFFICE (JAMTO) in N.A.S. Bldg. 13, Garden T>'pe :Apartments

Universal-Marion Building Ground floor at the Main Gate Ext. 3553 or 3872811. At with, Country Club '

7640 LEN TURNER ROAD Phone: 765.5584 Mayport Bldg. T-24 every Thursday. AtmosphereKitchens equipped tcitri G-E IRan

3217 ATLANTIC BLVD. Phone: 359.4465 .. ('s tV Kefriqrrators ;
AIRLINESTRAFFIC Indli'idual Air Conditioning
124 WEST BAY STREET Phone: 353.8476 and Heating hy li i E

5476 Phone 388.3546 Drapes furnished
\\\all to \Wall\ Carpeting and
Loans Made Up To 5600 OFFICE Lar.qe .Su'immijni, Po.ii


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Red Cross Honors Volunteers I

Jax -- Forty Hospital Red summer months when most 4 Years
Cross volunteers have received transfers occur. Mrs. Menard
Mrs. Edward Cale and Mrs.
service awards.for faithful ser- urged all volunteers who have
William Fort.
vice from Capt.William S.Baker recently moved to the Jax areato
Jr., CO of the Naval Hospital call the Red Cross office at 3 Years
here. 772-2218 and offer at least one
Mesdames Thomas Dovell
Captain Baker commendedeach half day a week. She said that ,
of the ladies and stressedthe the shortage is becoming so acute Gordon Hartwlck P.C. Garrett,
P. D. McHugh, Joseph Grote,
importance of volunteers that a volunteer may now have
while passing out the awards during her choice of assignment. Charles Hill,James Kavin Rose-
l Awn a coffee at the Officers'Club. Amont the guests at the a- mary Reynolds, Andrew Shannon,
> He said the volunteers help main wards coffee were Cdr. Shirley G.L. Evans and R.W. Hennessey.'

tain the workload and efficiencyof Parent assistant chief nurse; 2 Years
Y1\ the medical facility. Mrs. Harold E. Brown, Greater

Also speaking at the coffee was Jacksonville Chapter of the Mesdames Robert Linwick.J.
Capt. Martin J. Stack NAS Jax American Red Cross and chair-
Atherley, Carolyn Cates, T. .
Wf, s CO, who pointed out that the hoursof man of volunteers; and Paul Logan P. lIinson, 'L.E. Nysewander,
volunteer service given to the field director of the NAS
John Wllllss, and James Stew-
A Naval Hospital enables it to function Jax Red Cross office. art.
at top efficiency with fewer The following ladies received
staff per patient than comparable awards for the number of years I Year
civilian hospitals. service indicated:
Mrs. Louis A. Menard Jr.,' 10 Years Mesdames R.A. McDermott
chairman of Hospital Volunteers, Dale Amendt, G. Raymond Fox,
i stressed the need for help in Mrs. Thomas Bennett. Louis Fritch, Charles Smith, J.
the clinics in the Red Cross "'0. Ising, James Place, Florence
a 4 w recreation and social service de- 8 Years ,, Anderson Theodore Trekas and
partments. Because of the mobil "'D..Barnes.
i ity of volunteers, many of whom Mrs. Carl Simonsen. S.ttr.
<'I! i
are Navy dependents, there is
: considerable attrition during the 7 Years

:4F'F Mrs. Walter Dodge. "
Air Force

6 Years
,_w" h '" __ Mrs. RJ. Wilson, Mrs. Wil- '
liam Wilson and Mrs.S.A. Foyda. k
A FRIENDLY SMILE .- Mrs. G. Dodson, vice chairman of CommendsPhotographer 5 Years

Hospital Volunteers, and Mrs. L. A. Menard Jr., chairmanof
Hospital Volunteers, share a moment of their volunteer Mesdames Richard Manning,
i iS
time and a warm smile with LCpl. J. C. Bonner, a patientat PHI Mack A. Wood, a photographer Claude Tully, D.F. Dunlap and
the Naval Hospital. with VAP 62, has Winton Carter.VP45. Mt '
been commended by the Air Force
for contributing technical advice -
on operating photo proces-
sing equipment in the Panama
Canal Zone.
Wood received a letter of appreciation Four VP-45 Red Darters
from the 605th Air were honored at May 9 presen-
Commando Squadron, Howard tation ceremony held by Cdr. H.
AFB, Canal Zone, for "giving D. Wilbur, commanding of fleer of .
w freely of his spare time to pro- the patrol squadron.
t vide 605th ACS photo lab person- Good conduct awards were

nel training and technical adviceon presented to ADR2 B. W. Gul- .. '
ai the operation of newly acquired ledge and AO1 T. G. Colgrove.It i ,
policeman F0.; Small holds : F
versamat film processing ma was the third good conduct
chines." award for both men. a 4foot'water moccasin
The letter continued, "This A special letter of commendation that was shot by PolicemanD.
demonstration of exceptional co- was presented to ATC G. B. Mandrell last weekend.
operativeness is indicate of PHI Warner for his outstanding Security Is urging all per
{ (4: Wood's exemplary sense of job support of VP 815 during the sonnel to watch out for

': ___ responsiblity and great devo- reserve squadron's two week of these and other poisonous
S tion to duty. The 605th is deeply annual active duty training.The snakes.
4-: grateful for his responsiveness commanding officer also
l' to our needs." presented the Red Darter of the
A veteran of over 15 years Month award to A02 T. L. FORREST
naval service Wood currently Ussery a native of Florida anda Nigh SchoolSENIOR
works in VAP 62's photo de- member of the Red Darters

55 1v # partment., volunteered the assistance squadron over the past three PLAYMay
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to the Air Force Squadron years. Ussery serves as an or- 16 & 17 8P.M.
while on detachment in dnanceman with the squadron'sCrew FORREST
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inaugural monthly officers

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I VP-7 ClaimsJax Flying Cominissarvman
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-- In February,1956,Ray- executive officer, in presenting view of the fact of your general
burn A. Sanderson enlisted in the Sanderson his letter of designation service rating. It is a pleasureto
Navy and became a commissary- stated: "This command takes reward your efforts and desire -
great pride in recognizing the with this honored designation -
man.Today Commissaryman First initiative you demonstrated and and to congratulate you on
I iz Class Sanderson of Patrol Squadron the many off-duty hours devotedto being one of the few Navy com-
?'! Seven is still cooking and the completion of the ASW missarymen, if not the first, to
! III baking, but is also the proud ordnance aircrewman syllabus. be a qualified ASW aircrewman. -
*. owner of another designation -- This is even more unusual in ."
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:: fully qualified aircrewman In the -- ----- '
.? SP-2H Neptune patrol aircraft. .A
-. Sanderson's accomplishments
represents the first time in the
history of VP-7 that individual
,s in a general service rating has rA)

I become so designated.It I -l
was during the squadron's _
is i recent deployment to NAF Sig
I onella, Sicily, that Sanderson r
fU cided to earn his wings. His
---- ----
work in the galley kept him in
.: 1ST CLASS CHEF CSI Sanderson is kept busy working frequent contact with flight per-
. nights at galley I, but he looks forward to many hours of sonnel and, as he puts it, "I __ _
flying during the squadron's next deployment. love flying and I wanted to feel

--..--.-.---- -a-, more a part of the squadron." !
So, in June 1967, in additionto y---- r- "
his regular duties in the gal- '
ley which kept him busy during
n most of, 5J began flying on every flight pos-

40., d He received in-flight instruc- ,"
n d .-. tion, ground lectures, loading x
l drills, and check rides from officers -
= fy and enlisted men of prac- M
\ tically every crew in the squad-

ron.By the end of September, San- r---I'' .'pa
derson had accumulated 65 hoursof
flight time and had completeda
good part of his ground train-
ing towards becoming a fully
tSII qualified ASW ordnanceman.

,r Sanderson continued his ground FLIGHT TRAINING During VP-7's deployment to Sigonella,

: -F.k. ..... .,. training to after Jacksonville the squadron inNovember returned -- Sicily, (May November 1967)), Sanderson worked in the galleyat
and received all of his training towards becoming an
and in April, just 10 months night,
after he had started his train- ASW ordnanceman in his off-duty hours of the day.
ing, he received the gold Navy
Aircrewman Wings.
I Petty Officer Sanderson givesa
lot of credit to his shipmatesfor
being able to complete this
MEALS IN THE AIR Although the galley aboard the SP-2H syllabus In such a relatively
Neptune is far different from what Sanderson is used to short time:;: "I4 probably would
working with, the crews with whom. he flies are assured a have taken me a lot longer, but
} well-cooked meal.Trustworthyy. everybody officers and enlisted -
men took a lot of their

., .' .... ... time to help me, especially dur- < NrPa i"0
ing their off-duty hours." 1 t
Here at NAS, the squadron'shomeportSandersonlskeptbusy ,

I4 ra-
working nights at the galley and
1 caring for his family at home,
but he looks forward to many
:', hours of flying during the squad- '
ron's next deployment.
Because of his rating, Sanderson -
is ineligible for flight pay, WV I
',. but his wings of gold serve as
obvious testimony to his initia- 4J
tive and ambition.Cdr. IV ,j .
R. F. Wenzel, VP-7s
h J.R.. Swadener, -CO of VP-7;'
congratulates Commissary-
} man First Class Sandersonupon

I ': receiving his Navy Air-
I< crewman "wings of gold."

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May 16, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 13.

CECIL New Assistant Golf Pro .

FIELD O j 0 Comes To Cecil Field CourseCECIL

-- Many new faces are a two year vacation Phil came
seen In the Golf Pro Shop every back into action in March when
day, and now there's a new he came here.
face behind the counter. That He says that he has been treated
new face is Assistant Pro, Phil royally while here at Cecil.When
Kemp. Phil runs the store for asked about his game he said
t: VA-37 Is TopsIn Golf Pro Bill Stott when he is that he is a left handed golfer
,',,'.',;.;.. -..... out giving lessons or playing in when he has the time to play.
9 one of the many area tourna
IM SoftballCECIL ments.
Phil is a native of Woodstock,
Georgia, and has been in the We4OOMR1itrf
-- In last weeks editionof
Jacksonville area since 1954.
the AFTERBURNER it stated
that VA 44 and VA 37 were He was golf pro at the Brent-
wood Country Club in Jackson- t11t
tz in an undefeated tie for first placein
the ville, from 1954 until 1966.After
Intramural Softball Lea-
103rd St. at Wesconnttt Blvd.
gue. This lasted only until Tues June 10 will be Cecil Field We Wire Flowers
day evening, when the "Hellrazors" -
of VA 174 hung an 8 Night at the Jacksonville Mets Phone SP 1-3770 or SP 1-025C
Stadium. Tickets are availableto
to 3 defeat on the Bob Davis FlowersFor
all and civilian
coached "Hornets" of VA 44.
Every Occasion
sonnel working at Cecil Field for
The "Hornets"
were completely $.50. Children will be admitted FREE DELIVERY
baffled by the lefthanded
Don Doole, who threw a three free if accompanied by par JEWELL J. SMITH/
hitter. The losing pitcher for ent. 1 -J
VA 44 was converted catcher 4
Doug Mathrene, who pitched his

Mrs. Nelda Bradt, Mrs. Betty Moranville, and Mrs. Clare first game of the season.
The following evening the
Grosskopf were the top scorers in the recent Ladies golf "Hornets" were walloped by the
championships held on the station course. "Blackbirds" of VA 45 by a
score of 11 to 3 in a five -

,Mrs. Moranville is ChampIn inning contest. The formulafor
defeat was lack of hitting and
sloppy fielding. Once again VA-

54 Hole, 3 Day TourneyCECIL 44 the started mound.an This untried time pitcheron it was WE SAID

Bob Brown and he did a real good
Mrs. Betty Moran- Mrs. Nelda Bradt was the low- job through the early inningsbutthe
ville won the Annual Cecil Field net winner with a 223 for the errors and the lack of endurance "'ve"LASTMONTH..
Ladies Golf Association tourney three day event. Mrs. Clare took its toll, and Brownie -
last week in competition at the Grosskopf was second low-net tired and was relieved in ..
station course. She carded a 272 with 227. the fourth by the "Hornet" ace,
low-gross score for the 54-hole, Steve Burton. Steve put out the
three day event. Trophies and awards will be fire in that inning, but was To a homeowner who wanted a new roof.
The tourney was Medal Play presented to the winners May 31 hit solidly in the fifth by the over his head... .
and the ladies were allowed to at an end of the season lunch- "Blackbirds".
use a. full handicap. eon. To with two-car family who wanted
Monday evening VA 44 and a man a a
i"ssols; VA 37 met head on in the game two-car garage. ...
I Dependent Golf Set Back which had to be won by the

"Hornets to finish in a play- To a professor with a library who,wanted a
CECIL -- Golf Pro*. Bill Stott for all dependents between the off position for the first half. set of the encyclopedia for his library../;
Steve Burton and Marion
has announced that the golfing ages of 12 and 16. Coffey,
lessons for junior dependents two of the top pitchers in the And to a baker's assistant who wanted to loaf(
scheduled to start on June ll, The lessons will begin at 10:30 league were scheduled to RO a-
have been postponed until after a.m., and will be free to all gainst the other. The final around the Caribbean for a couple of
the 24th of June. dependents. Golf balls and clubs score in this five inning game weeks. .
These golfing lessons will be will be furnished by the Pro shop. was 10-0.

To a secretary who needed a couple of thingsto

make her little apartment into a "home".. ..

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CECIL The Medical Department One wall handball is called 1. Soak hands In hot water for t.
Intramural golf team took "Soft Ball Handball" becausethe five minutes to alleviate tender-
r qflp a 6-3 victory last Wednesdayover ball is inflated, but "Soft ness when the play is begun. i
VA-87. Roy Neill was the I Ball Handball is played in a 2. Warm up thoroughly by
low man for the Medical team four wall court, and is so called throwing the ball against the front
z with a net score of 85. McCall 1 because the ball (is made of hard wall and return the ball as you I
4 took the low net honors for the rubber, and tightly wound yarn, would make a shot during play.
1 losing VA-87 team with 90 and has a leather cover. Another 3. Concentrate on facing the
strokes.A 91/2 2 1/2 score gave Soft Ball the player may strike Especially the weak hand whereinit
the Admin. "E" team a big edge the ball with only one hand, takes the movement of the entire -
g : over the VA-105 four. Low man 1 but in Hard Ball, although limit- body to obtain power and
for the Admin. "E" team was Roy Jackson with 82 total strokes. 1 he is privileged to kick the ball 4. Practicebackwallshotsby
'" ffJ..t1 w..J- :........: Nick Neitermeyer had 91 swings 'with either foot. tossing the ball to the back wall
to be low man for VA-105. lieD Both games canbeplayed sing- first and returning it after the
Cdr. Neil Craig, AMD Division Officer presents the AM I beat all his teammates by at 1 les or doubles. Twenty one first bounce. Develop this shot
;* Intramural Trophy to the Avionics Department for winning the I least ten points. points constitute game in both by catching the ball off the right
Departmental Volleyball Championships. Chief L. D. Don Singer carded an 89 to i methods of play.Championship. knee if you are right handed, left
Brosh accepts the trophy for the Avionic Department. be the low net winner of the matches are on knee if you are left handed.
VA-37 golf team in action against 'the basis of winning first two 5. Keep your eyes ontheball.
va-44. VA-37 took the round witha I games out of three. Follow it constantly. Most shots
Buy Dog Trials Set score of 84. The "Black- The game starts with service. are missed because eyes were
birds" low man was Pete lIen- The player winning service. removed from the ball at the
derlite. He"collected a total of 1 bounces the ball to the ground, last instant.
CECIL --' The K 9 Obedience 80 strokes for the afternoon. then on rebound, hits it againstthe 6. Protect your eyes either
Bonds Club of Jacksonville will The VA-174 #1 team had a ball and the opponent then with eye protectors or by keeping
hold their Thirty Second Obedience free afternoon of golf last week must hit the ball while it (sin your arm and shoulder" when
Trial on Sunday, May 19, because their Operations Department the air, on the first bounce. following the ball.
at the Laurence F. Lee Memorial opponent could not play. The players alternate in hittingthe 7. Avoid rusing the ball.
Boys Club, 10th and Liberty The four scores carded by the ball, and when a players 8. Plant feet firmly. Never
I i CanYou Streets. VA-174 '#1 team were: Wool- fails to return a ball which was attempt a shot from an off bal-
dridge, 77' Shrum, 87; Doole, 1 batted by his opponent, that is ance postition.
TAKE YOUR CAR In an obedience trial dogs are 88; and Payne, 95. scored only by the side serv 9. Learn the fundamental
WTII YOU? judged on exercise in heeling, NAMTG8 team took a two ing a receiver winning rally shots and how to make them.
1 For Financing and Insurance sitting, retrieving, jumping and point victory over the FAETU i gains service. Then practice them.

Stateside and Overseas. Call many class entered.more, depending upon the f# 9 team. The final score of that Both games are supervised bya 10. Learn to play with cupped
match was 7-5. Schesier was the Referee, and Assistant Refereea hands. wrist action
DYER M. BURR Develop
This will be the first trial NAMTG low man with a 79. Linesman and a Scorekeeper, with each shot.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES for many who have completed Cline and Wagner tied for .low the Referee is in complete con- 11. Refrain from using the
FINANCE CORPORATION the K 9 obedience training net honors for the FAETU team trol of the game, all his decisions fist ball. It is difficult to con-
and classes held each spring and fall; with a 91. are final. trol.
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE On SaturdayMay25, therewill[ The Marine four completely Softball handball can be played 12. Develop an instinct to return -
INSURANCE COMPANY be another trial in conjunction overpowered the VC-4 golf team 'with either on one wall to the center of the court
5615 Timuauana Rd. 771-0527 with the All Breed show heldat by a score of 12-0. Herb San- the Coliseum. ford and Ralph Sewell were low 1 the four wall court. The one-
an advantageous position to run
I men for the Marine team by wall court shall be 20 feet in shot.
Say Alohato carding an 87. Treece scored a 'width, 34 feet in length witha 13. Do not attempt a blocked
90 to be the low man for the wall 16 feet high. The short shot and wait to see the results -
Your Neighbor! losing VC-4 team. line should be 16 feet from before calling a hinder.
: Two other matches were played i the wall, and parallel with it, .
last week, but the final scores shall be a line, or markers, Softball Play-off
of those were not available. Low i marking an imaginary line 9
DRIVE TO men for these teams were: VAi i feet behind the short line, from CECIL -- The "Double A's"
442, Lipscomb, 79; VA-1742, 'which service is made. from AMD/Admin and the
Bob Hall and Bill Goodman, 86; The four wall soft ball tout "Bulls" of VA-37 will meet ina
VA-1743. McKelvain, 81; and ,shall be a 23 feet wide, 23 play-off game on Monday nightto
"( t VA-372.Burns,84. i feet high, 46 feet long, with a determine the first half win-
HAWAII back wall 12 feet in height. ners in the Intra-Mural Softball
For either one wallorfourwall -
MarinesTakeTop League. Both teams finished with
a soft ball play, a black, inflated identical 10-1 records during
e' 4 rubber ball is which
regular AMD/Admin
play. only
CECIL -- The Marine Bar-
shall be 17 8 inches in dia-
defeat 3 1 decision
was a to
racks Pistol team fired in the meter, with allowances for 1 -32
VA-37. The
;: C North Florida Police Pistol League (of an inch variation, and the ball play-off game will
c 114w446" be on "BM Circle North begin-
\\ tournament last weekend. Lt. shall weigh 2.3_ ounces, with a ning at 7:30 p.m.
took first place in the variation allowance of two -
AAA and AA Championships. tenths of an ounce.
Corporal Rumbley took first The four wall court for hardball -
place honors in the Class B is 65 feet long, 25 feet wide. .t
event. The front wall shall be 30 feet
'It The Marine team will leave high and the back wall 12 feet.
? 2301 S. Atliitic Av. for Pensacola on May 16 to The hard ball used shall be not Ja
shoot in the"Festia of the Flags"tournament less than 15.8 nor more 17-8

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Military '30, 1966, totaled $4,650 mil be of,a soft material and the fin- WEAR BOTH BASES
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i\ 1_i. !:1 :!.. ;::: 'i: 1 / f ,,": :::..;.- Medical lax -- Eight intramural Drops soft- In two VP-30 other games staged I H

r ball teams took to the ball Monday night, NARFtook a for-
.. v parks here Monday night as the feit from VP 5 and Weaponsshut
: .<:<:-:: J 1968 season got underway. Capt. out ComFairJax 1-0.
Martin J. Stack, NAS Jax com Don Leonard tripled for Weapons -
manding officer, threw out the in the bottom of the sixth
American League Team Won.Lost first ball in the game betweenVP inning and was brought in on along
Hurricanes 24 16 30 and Medical, to oft- sacrifice! fly to center field
Team Won Lost Bean Burners 24 20 ,, cially start the season by John Kirby. Sandy Cooperwas
Cloak & Daggers 40 16 Handicaps 25 23 In that first game, Jim But- the winning pitcher, Lou
f Crash & Fire 40 16 Supply 24.5 23.5 cher pitched Medical to a 7 -5' Parks the loser.
Strikers 39 17 SB Balls 22 22Leftovers decision over last year's station
Hunters 36 20 21 23 champs VP 30. Medical pick- II
Neptunes 34 22 CCPr se 20 24 ed up one run in the first inning,
X Impulses 32 24 (VP 30)) 18.5 25.5 two in the third and the decisive THESL4MROOk
Red Dart. #1 28 28 BB Stackers 17.5 26.5 four in the sixth. Mike
Falcons 24 24 Tar Babies 14 30 Watts blasted two home runs
Trainers 26 30 AFEES 13.5 34.5 Ty 1 and one triple for VP 30.
Cannon Cockers 24 32 555.5 In a high scoring contest Mon-
Flap Jax 24 32 National League day night, the 679thRadar Squadron 'TERRACE
Gold 23 33 squeezed by Supply 18 16. '
Nomads. 21 35 AOMD #2 35 13 Charles Hicks, Bill Grove and San Juan
Cadeuoes /##2 19 37 CPO's 34 14 Marvin Ferguson homered for lI'( at Niblick
Mad Foxes "Au 13.5 34.5 Foggy Five 29.5 18.5 x 679th while Supply picked up one
Sky Warriors 27 17 .triple: and two doubles. James
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Atlantic League Tipplers 27 21 .>{:{, Phillips, was the winning pit- Garden* Tpc Aparimtm .
Chiefs 26.5 21.5 n. cher with three strike outs,and mill C'ounirv Club'
Spoilers 29 15 Outcasts 22 18 PLAY BALL .. Capt. Martin he gave up nine walks and three atmosrhln'. "
Red Darters /#2 28 16 Faid Folk 24 24 J. Stack, NAS Jax CO, hits. Max Rivera was the losing "".-11' :'" equipped' with Ci. C '..
Uncles 27. 17 Molar Rollers 2222\ pitcher. Ranges t* RfJrifU'rdiois. .
Chiefs (V 1.4)) 24 16 Red Darters# 3 22 22 throws out first ball to officially Wins InJh'.Juul.r. (. "JttMmiifi
start 1968 intramural Hospital and'.Heating, bU
Pin Kings 23 25 E.
Jax' Hosts Hurricanes 22 26 Softball season. Hospital overwhelmed FAW- ,Drapes Fun, ;fi.
Wall toa\\ Carpeting: and
11 12-2 behind
Monday night
Hard Hats 19 29
IltI" Large .Sunmmiii" !' \n
Blue 16 28 the pitching of Rester Bryan.
6ND Small MARTD 10 38 Hospital had five earned runs Phone 384-4406
which were brought in by Rich
Continental League Gunnel and James Black. t

Arms MeetJAX MARTD /# 1 33 11 0 0<

Sparks 32.5 11.5
Rip Cords 30 18679th
-- The Air Station will 25 19
host the Sixth Naval District Electrons 2'1 21 Got a load of
Pistol and Rifle Championship Cadeuces 1 23 21
Matches June 3-7, as part of White Hats 22 26
the Navy's annual small arms Mad Foxes *2 20 24 needs
training competitions.The Chokers 20 24 money
elimination meet will Unstrikeables 21.5 26.5 .
select a ,six man pistol team Greenbacks 19 25 # r See HFC.It
and an eight man rifle team to Pro's 19 25 .-ww i t wa answ,, nw a. Tla CP.tn' .
represent the Sixth Naval Districtin Eagles 15 29 ? 56 1b 14N 11'P' I11aV$ tM
the Atlantic Fleet competitionto AOMD # 1 9 35
be held at the U. S. Naval
Academy June 10 19. -
The first two days of the 6ND
meet will be devoted to precom- .,. WELCOME HOME
petition training with practice ,

sessions for the rifle divisionat ROOSEVELT! ,,.
Camp Blanding and pistol
aboard station.,
shooting practice
We Invite You to Visit Westside Volkswagen,
The individual rifle com-
petition will get underway at Your New and Used Car Headquarters! ..
Camp Blanding June 5, with
team matches the following day.
The individual pistol meet will /
be held aboard station June 7
with the team efforts to imme- 5
follow. OPEN SUNDAY '
Firing will be conducted in accordance : ". .'
with current National ,
Rifle Association Rules. Com
petitors will furnish their own
weapons which must conform to can be a long time from one pay call to the next-

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rJf);; By,Lou Caron, The RiggingThe I I .. I I


The scene at the Navy Jax weather then there is no sense sails in a breeze where sheetingin
Sail Club last Sunday brought in killing yourself trying. any further will only increasethe I RiversideChevrolet I
back memories of days of old Reaching hull speed can be done angle of heel. I
as the Bantams turned out in very effectively with a lot less The answer: Try to keep the I
full force for the third set of wind. Round up and/or ease jib drawing as much as possible I
races of the Spring Tri Club sails. Don't worry about spilling hike out for all your worth I e eI '
Series. t wind or luffing sails.you have and control the angle of heel by I
The races were run very efficiently more than you can use anyway. adjusting the mainsail to a point I /' I
by our own Roger Scott There is a point of sheeting in where you can control theboat. '
and everyone spectators and I & ... I
participants had enjoyable day I '.
Sunday will find us again atNJSC 1
? with both the Bantams and Day- I '
.c sailers competing in the Tri -
Club Series. We are looking g j 7- I
' ., forward to another fine turnout. : Isr I SP 1-66O1
Come Join us. I
With the activity, picking up : I- use k 161 THUNDERBIRD LANDAU HARDTOP. . .; $3689 I
around the clubhouse we expectto t 14 Door "390" V-8 Auto- trans.. Factory Air Power
be' able to help all you new Steering, Power Brakes, Power Bucket Seats Power I
members with your sailing. Our 1 rrw I Windows, Radio with. Stereo Tape. ,Heater White WaHI
spring membership'drive is now I with Red line tires. Exterior Ermine White with Black
going in full force so "
anyone I
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remotely interested iri sailing I
should make an effort to come I
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enjoying one of the greatest sportsin (
DISPLAYS TROPHY -- NARF's Production Planning bowling
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will be held on the "as needed"basis. Console Shift, Power Steering
mens' bowling league championship title. They 289" V-8, I
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Coming Events bers are (front row I-r) C.L. Browning and K.E. Neal (back I Snow White with Black Top Exterior Bolero Red Vinyl I

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away. Are you ready? We leave 67 IMPALA
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