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Four Facilities Await Move '-

: Into Communications Complex :

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By J02 Judy.. Andersen be located on the bottom floorof Fleet Air Wing 11's staff
the two story complex and 122 will be housed on the second
Four separate facilities are men will work within the centeron floor. '

expected to have moved ihto the a 24 hour a day basis. Fore said, "The move will cut
I'i" air station's new $869,000 com- Working in the communicationscenter down on the time and man hours
munications Complex adjacent to will be personnel from required to maintain the complex
Bldg. 1 by the first week in July. the Air Wing, Cecil Field and equipment and liaison between the
With equipment, the cost of the Mayport.A four facilities. will make com-
new complex exceeds $1.5mil- radio operations room will munications aboard the stationrun
control all high frequency com- **
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lion.Moving into the new facility munications and a warfare room
4 will be Fleet Air Wing 11 will handle air to ground com- The consolidated Communications -
6 4 staff, Fleet Air Jacksonville munications. Both sections will Center was designed by
operations and communications, have equipment able to handle Naval Electronic Systems Command -,
and the air station Communications other means of communications.A Southeast Division, to ensure -
Department and Message message center and other offices rapid flow communications
Center along with the Ground will also be located on the supporting naval communications
; Electronics Maintenance Divi- bottom floor. requirements.
; sion. An operational command room The electronic installation is
S\' will be equipped with status display being accomplished under contract .f
The consolidation of these facilities American Electronic
boards for briefing of air by )1
1 \ .."..J 6 will provide improved crews and pilots flyingmlssions. Labs of Colmar, Penn. .;
the station
RADIO ROOM Charles Brady, an employee of a civilian according communications to Pat on L. Fore assistant -, from the air station. Ground was broken for the I
Continuous movie projectorsand complex in January, 1966, and :
electronics firm, makes final adjustment on transmitter con- Ground Electronics Main- .
closed circuit
the Fred C. Gardner Company of
I trol unit in radio operations room of new communications tenance Officer.A .
other innovations Jacksonville the
cameras are new was 'prime con I
communications center
In the new complex. tractor. I


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VOL. 26 NO. 12 U. t. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORID JUNE 13 1968 tt y 4t : pty y _
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Electronics Device Aids Hurricane _

: Squadron in Fast Data Collection

t JO I Chuck ,"
Schroyer Fleet Weather within seconds. I In one of our aircraft last year
Jax..The Hurricane Hunters Under the older, manual system, ,and a newer model was put In
,,.", of Weather Reconnaissance it took a meteorologist and two ,another Super Connie early this
: Squadron Four here have a new observers over 10 minutes to collect year" Mr. Griffin explained.
electronic: aid this year td help and arrange all the pieces West Coast Training t N s
them collect detailed information of data. It then had to be broken "
CWO Griffin' and two VW4technician's
I ., radiocodestobetransDubbed ; : -
on tropical storms. % down into several l' 1
"Data Acquisition milted back to Jacksonville. spent 'daysat .
(Logging) System" (DAls), the "The new equipment will be China Lake learning: topperate
and maintain the .
device allows meteorology ofinvaluable to scientists'' at the ; equipment.Two I
ficers to read and precisely reNational Hurricane Center in Miami of the squadron's planes .
have the DALS installed
cord over 25 particular traits ," explained CWO Robert :currently, with the other four plahes- MORE BASS Department of the Interior Wildlife Officer
or characteristics while flying Griffin VW-4 meteorology of-
:scheduled to be outfitted with the John Anderson dumped 1,000 bass fingerlings into Casa
through a hurricane aboard one ficer. "Before, we had to go
of the squadron's' huge Super from instrument to Instrument 1 gear this year. Linda Lake on Birmingham Ave., Friday. The station's special
Constellations. Operating someto. collect the Information. The "The equipment looks like the service officer said the fish should be ready for catch
I control panels of the star ship'Enterprise' ing in about a year, although no bass under 12 Inches will be
.._.. ,t: '\ J". "" \:z"t' '''''''4J! 4' on the television taken. The lake currently is well stocked with brim.
show Star Trek," quipped Mr.
Sriffin: "but it will enable the
squadron to perform its job with Jacksonville Opens New
greater efficiency and help the
'National Hurricane Center in Its I
study of hurricanes."
VW-4 Hurricane Hunter planes Veteran 1-Stop' Center .

and crews will be on alert to

ly tropical storm missions U.S. Representative Charles plications for any of the rights
through: the end November The E. Bennett of Jacksonville Sat- and benefits to which he is en-
;squadron Is under the command urday dedicated the first Veterans titled. We hope to make the tran-
1PVx C)f Cdr. H. P. Summers.Canadians one-stop center In Floridato sition from military to civilian

I Visit those "young Americans who life easier by providing Informa-
are protecting our liberties rather tion and help on jobs, education. ,
than those who are destroyingthem home loans and medical care, (
lax VP by mob violence and disrespect or any problems which the vet- ;t
+ SquadronThirteen for the law.*' eran may have.
y"J J Bennett, a senior member of Bennett said 10 similar cen- i
officers and six en- the House Armed Service Com- ters have been opened across the !
Isted men from the, Canadian mittee and a Silver Star vet- nation since February of this c
Untied Forces 404 Squadron eran of World War II, spoke at year and two more are expect'I"'
anded at the air station mondayo the opening of the U.S. Veterans ed to be opened in Florida later
participate in an operational Assistance Center In the Jack- this summer. *
exchange( visit with Patrol Squadron sonville Post Office and Court "Jacksonville has always beena
NEW SYSTEM CWO Robert Griffin, VW-4 meteorology officer '
Seven. House Building on Monroe St. good 'service town' and we are
checks new data collection system aboard one of the The Canadian crew is commanded "There Is a very basic divi- proud of the mutual respect which
squadron Super Constellations. by Maj. G. Levalllant sion in American life today," has been gained from the military -
and based at Greenwood, Nova- Bennett said. "The contrast is civilian population. The
what like a computer DALS instantly computer records all instruments Jcotla.> clear between those young Amer- 32,000 military 'personnel at the
records such intormationas instantly and reads each Cdr. R. F. Wenzel, VP-7 commanding icans who are protecting our three key Navy bases and our
wind velocity, sea water tem- one at exactly the same moment officer was on hand to liberties in South Vietnam and 75,000 veterans in Duval County
perature, position of the aircraftand and more accurately than a man v welcome the Canadians as they those persons here at home who will be helped Immensely by
air pressure causedbyahurricane. could. This new method will be stepped; from their four-engine are bent on destroying them by this one-stop center," Bennett
This Information and other invaluable to scientists study- Argus aircraft. mob violence and disrespect for said.
pertinent facts are recordedon 'ing the phenomena of severe During the week, the visitors the law.
the computer's taping device. tropical storms." will be hosted by VP-7's Crew "We are grateful to our men
Tailored specifically for the 'A r, led by LCdr. J. H. Foresman, and women In Vietnam and all I Inside 'I
Radio Jax Super Constellation, the computer and will tour facilities at the those In uniform, and we owe
Once the information Is col- read-out device was developed air 3 station as"well as'Jacksonrllle them a great debt of service and
lected, the sophisticated machinecan and installed in two V W-4 > and surrounding points of honor. We dedicate this one- Editorials Page 2
feed the details into a tele- aircraft by the Naval Weapons i merest. stop center to the service of our Civilian News. .Page 4
type and transmit the informationover Center, China Lake, Calif., with The primary purpose ot the veterans, and especially to those
Movies . Page 9
radio to the Fleet Weather assistance from the Naval Air xchange: program is to enable men returning from Vietnam
Facility here. The system can Systems Command, Washington. Canadians: and American antisubmarine duty. Want Ads . Page 9

read all instruments which are D.C. ; warfare crews to swap "This Veterans Assistance NATTC . Page II
programmed into it and have the "The prototype model of the i dear and information concerning Center will provide the veteran
C 1 Sports. . Page 14c
/-. of* information on Its way back to electronic system was installed tl!heir operational mission.. with information and aid on ap-


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( Jung 13, 1968 1

t Task Force Outlines

! Editorial I View Point| Careerists' Pay PlanLast

'.; .
week we took a look at the Hubbell Pay Review regardingthe
including E-ls through E-5s as outlined by
noncareer group
:: Our Forgotten HolidayJune the Defense Department in a special report in the "Commanders
a '\ Digest." This week we look at the Review findings concerning

is the month of one of our most neglected holidays. Most .. J1I1""""' careerlsts' pay.A .
people don't even notice Its passing because it's not the type of ft!" ....r...... basic overhaul, to include switch to a military salary, has
holiday that warrants a day off from work. It isn't observed on the L '" /J! '4 been recommended for career military compensation.; Enlisted
grand scale of many of our other holidays because it requires some members who would be paid by the salary method would includeall
personal effort. those in grade E-6 and above and E-4s and E-5s who have over
Pass the cigars. Announce his four of service or have between two and four years of service
The holiday under discussion is Flag Day -- June 14. It's the anniversary years
of the adoption of the American Flag in 1777 and was arrival. And welcome him into and a total commitment of at least six years.
,;y designated a day of observance in 1895. the world with U.S. Savings All warrant and commissioned officers would be paid throughthe
salary method.As .
Bonds. It's a secure and easy with every military compensation study conducted for the past
the problem proved to be a persistent shortage of
way to save for his personal 10 years, key
in the 4 14
persons with mid-range experience, especially year
future. Sign up where you group. '

work or bank. Deficit

This midrange experience deficit proved most acute In fields
US. Bonds
Savings such as doctors, lawyers and pilots, but the problem was found to
new Freedom Shares exist inn virtually all officer grades and in the technical enlisted
skills. Such deficit reduced general effectiveness of the military
l a \ forces because junior people must be used to fill middleleveljobs. .
r In addition, personnel and training costs are increased because -
Although not a legal holiday, Flag Day is uniquely American. It's of excessive turnover resulting.The .
the day for Americans to proudly display the Stars and Stripes and task force conducting the Review found that compensationhas
recall the freedom, opportunity and heritage for which It stands. been a major cause of this persistent' shortage of middle-
It is, perhaps a sad comment on the times to see the lack of interest career personnel. .
and participation of far too many Americans in national DtvtrieROMAN. Ser vIces Complex

holiday observances. Many have become so sophisticated or are so Further, members of the Armed Forces lack confidence in the
busy they can't be bothered with a holiday as "old-fashioned" as present pay system because is complex and.confusing it does not
Flag Day. In many quarters, patriotism is considered to be out- reward individuals equitably, and it cannot be compared with or ,
dated and people are self-conscious when it comes to showing respect objectively adjusted in relation to trends in civilian earnings. I
for the Flag or the nation. As one way of overcoming this general lack of confidience among
As members of theArmed Forces,we must lead the way in showingour CATHOLIC military members in what their compensation is and how it Is determined -
respect and dedication to our nation, its principles and its national the task force recommended that the military counterpartof
emblem Flag Day. Our fighting in Vietnam obvious St. Edwards Chapel
on men are civilian salary be identified and displayed as a military salary.
in their dedication and their beliefs. The rest of us must make This salary would replace the following items: basic pay, quartersand
that "extra effort" to demonstrate our belief in and support of the SUNDAY MASS9a.m.. subsistence allowances, and the imputed retirement contribution.The .
nation and principles we have sworn to defend with our lives if DAILY MASS -11:30 a.m. second reason why military pay Is undervalued is the numerous -
necessary.We SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m. ways in which it is received. Unlike the civilian, most
can help inspire those "busy" or "sophisticated" Americansin CONFESSIONS5 p.m.- of whose compensation is in taxable cash, the military member
our communities to join in honoring the Flag that stands for so 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. receives less than CO per cent of his compensation as taxable cash.
much and for which so many brave men have given their lives. We 7:30 p.m. CashA
can help to make honoring the Flag again more acceptable than TUESDAYSingle
desecrating it. It is a small thing that each of us can do, but it can Young Catholic Organ- career force member, in the opinion of the task force, shouldbe
mean a great deal. (AFPS) ization - 7:30 p.m. fully paid In taxable cash, just as his civilian counterpart.The .
member would then pay his full taxes, pay for -- either in
]Ensure Their SafetySchools U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL cash or by payroll deduction -- subsistence and housing furnishedby
the government.' Exceptions In this latter instance would, of
SUNDAY MASS- - -8 a.m. course, be housing furnished when he is in the field in on shipboard.Like ( .
across the nation have thrown open their doors to let the SUNDAY SERVICE -10 a.m. his civilian employee counterpart, he would contribute
youth of this country have a summer vacation from books and 6.5 per cent of his salary to his retirement account and would thus
"teacher's looks." PROTESTANT ,gain a vested equity in this account. ,

During the summer months, swimmIng,hikl'ngblcyclingclimbing, Budget 4\\
running, jumping, and for the older kids, driving a car -- take up All Saints Chapel The switch to military salary and other{ : changes to modernizethe
most of a youngster's waking hours. SUNDAY present military compensation system as jcecbmmended by the
But summer Is also a time of tragedy. The big killer to school- Divine Worship Service Hubbell task force would Involve a $1..5 billion increase in the Defense -
age children in July and August is drownings. 10 a.m.Junior Department budget based on the Oct. 1, 1067, pay rates. This
According to the National Safety Council, no 'xact figures are Youth Fellowship figure, however, represents the gross outlay by the Defense Department -
available on what injuries befall children in the summer, but the 5 p.m. rather than the increased net cost to the government to
Council says drowning takes the biggest toll. Bldg #722 put the salary system Into effect.

The Council reminds that children should be in condition to swim, Senior Youth Fellowship Therefore, a large portion of any projected cost of the modern-
that they should never swim alone and that they should be impressedwith 6:30 p.m. ized military compensation would be required even If the present
these cautions: WEDNESDAYSenior military compensation system were retained through 1969.
Swim only at safeguarded beaches. Choir Rehearsal It is the belief of the Hubbell task force that a more equitable
Wait awhile after eating before you swim. 7:30 p.m. more effective compensation system could be achieved at minimum
Don't swim when you're heated or tired. THURSDAYYoung increased net cost to the government; through; a switch to the military -
Showing off in the water --ducking other swimmers and crying Adult Club 7 p.m. salary system. ,
"wolf" are not done by boys and girls who think before they act. Bldg #722Christian Legislation
Be just as cautious in a boat or walking along a river bank as Science Service
when swimming. 8 p.m. Bldg #751. However, the new pay plan is still several critical steps' away
. from military paychecks. These steps include: -
Your children may think you are an old "fuddy-duddy" when you Completion of review of the military estate program.
try to give them advice. It all depends on how you give the advice.If Defense Department; Bureau of the Budget, and Presidential
Navy Wives Club endorsement of the and the
completed report legislative proposals
you get across the point that you only want them to enjoy their from .
birthright, but they can't enjoy it as well from a wheelchair or stemming* it. j
grave, you're on the right track. Elects Officers Formal presentation of draft .legislation to Congress.

Summertime is the time for fun for youngsters out of school. MakeI I To Vacancies Consideration of it by the Armed Services Committees of the
this a safe and enjoyable "school's out" vacation for them by making Senate and the House of Representatives, including study of proposals -
them safety conscious. The Navy Wives Club Jax #86 possible modifications and approval of bills to be voted on I
held its monthly meeting June 5 by each house. .
How Convinced Is Father ? Bennett with club presiding.President Mrs. T. J. Representatives.* Independent .passage of the bills by the Senate and the house of

An election was held to electa ( signature enacting final legislation into law.
By LCdr. H.L. Biemiller, CHC new corresponding .secretary. And, implementation of the law by the Defense Department and
The new secretary is Mrs. Bill the Services.
Last year a college professor was talking to a group of young Howard, who Is replacing Mrs.
men who were about to get married. "You wouldn't dream," he Dick Hendricksen.The Hendricksen -
said, "of offering yourself for the ministry in your Church unless family will be leaving on
you were convinced that God wanted you to be a minister. Well, orders to 1 Iawaii.[
then you shouldn't offer yourself as a husband unless you are Mrs. Thomas Woffard was appointed I J&X. AIR ,N'EJ'1 rS
equally convinced that God wants you to be a husband and father." as the new game chair-
Is he right? A recent book is entitled "World Without Father." man, replacing Mrs. Earl Sny-
The author says that fathers have relinquished their responsibilitiesand der who will be moving\ to Dallas, The J J\\ AIR NEW is a C''trilian enterprise Newspaper
the sons are without any authority and are seeking to be their distributed each Thursday at the lI. S. Naval Air Station,
own authority. We are told that In the U.S. many fathers themselvesare Tex.Snack bar chairman,Mrs. Robert Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt/ Publishing Company
like a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in AIR
acting spoiled sons.
Mersey is replacing\ Mrs. NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box
Overdrawn, probably, but it must be made clear that the fatheris Edgar Fitzsimmons who is 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:(XI) noon on Monday before pub
the key man in his child's life. What an opportunity! What a spending the summer in Spain. lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone
potential power! Tlie club voted to donate $25to 772 1118 I I or .111'I I ).
Nearly the whole book of Deuteronomy in the Old Testamentis the new Jacksonville Chil
taken up with the subject of how fathers are to instruct their dren's Museum Fund, $25 to the Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries
children. "And you shall teach them diligently to your children, Robert Walker Fund and $25 to concerning such should be directed to
and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk the Salvation Army's Children's\ The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
by the way, and when you lie down and when you rise." Summer Camp. Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755
Children are like television cameras taking pictures of their After the meeting, refresh-
"king", their father, the greatest man in their lives, every moment ments 'were served by Mrs. Bill
they are around him. Howard, Mrs. Martin Scully, VOL. 26 NO. 12 JUNE ,13, ,1968Poe
Parents who are "lucky" in the kind of children they have usually Mrs. Gil Shepard and Mrs. Ray
.have children who are "lucky" In the kind of parents they have. Shafer.




I I Abby Leaves Cecil Wet And Bare a ; '

\.oI\.u.: -- someone: mignc minx
that this air station has been con
vened into a seaport after view-
ing the aftermath of the side L2t
effects of oijr' dear.,'Hurricane '
Abby" who was very generousin t$ I :P !
depositing excessive percipi- _
tation throughout the area. _
$ Mr. Bateman, Forrestry
Technician for the station, said

.....,.., ,,w. ... that we recorded well over 7.8
\ inches of rainfall, which was the

I'T most"Hurricane recorded Dora"in this, area and it since was FIRST TO ARRIVE. .Cdr. T. E. Dunlop, commanding officer -

i iiv the most rain he had seen in a of Attack Squadron Eighty Seven, turns over first A7B
short period of time in the Cecil log book to ADCS R. A. Meadows, squadron maintenance control I
Field area. chief, as Lt. R. E. Guest, VA 87 Maintenance Control ..
The Weapons barracks area Officer looks on.
was flooded and almost had the
appearance of a marina. Several The first A7B was deliveredto VA 87, nearly completedwith
roads were underwater including Cecil Field last Saturday the VA 174 transition syllabus -
Weapon's area parking lot. Lake morning when Commander Thomas will be the first A7B "Cor-
Wright rose over two feet to it's E. Dunlop,commanding officer sair II" squadron in the Atlantic
capacity and utilized the over- of Attack Squadron Eighty Fleet.ra..IWUMUURIRN .
flow pipe. Seven, landed the aircraft here. I


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EMPTINESS..This aerial view of Cecil shows the parking i I
t ramps bare of aircraft due to Hurricane Abby that was headed
\ this way last week.

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Barracks (Below) Resembling the Inland Waterway, .
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looked following Abby's rainfall.
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s ARRANGED 500.31' 29.00, 24 B gutters and storm sewers FREE!! ..

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June 13, 1968

t- \ ; Merit Proaram Jobs Revealed

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GS 13. Area the close of business June 20.
Merit promotion opportunities General Engineer Nationwide. MPB No. 108 68 Supervisory
wa Yc currently open for receipt of of consideration: be accepted Aerospace Engineer, GS 12.
:f? applications are listed below. Applications'will the close of business Area of consideration: NARF,
The area of consideration and through NAS, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,
: cldsing" date of each Is shown. Monday.No. 102 68 Management Navy Commissary Stores, Navy
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D MPB Recruiting Station, Jax., and
GS 7 or 9. Temp.
Grade levels GS 4 and below; Technician, Area of consideration Tinker Air Force Base, Okla-
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C All NTE one year.NARF, NAS, COM homa City, Okla. Applicationswill
semi skilled positions pay level : Com- be accepted through the
7 and below; MPB No..83.67 FAIRJAX Recruiting close of business June 27.
l : I ; Plan B All skilled positionspay missary Stores and Navy Applications MPB No. 109 68 Industrial
Station, Jax.
level 8 and above.
Engineering Technician, GS-5.
) be accepted through
Area of consideration: NAS, will Area of consideration: NARF,
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, the close of business June 20. NAS, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX
No. 105 68 Travel
Navy Commissary Stores, and MPB
Navy and
Navy Recruiting Station, Jax. ,Clerk, GS 6. Area of Con-
Recruiting Station
Navy J ax.
Naval activities in
Applications for these positions sideration: Applications will be accepted
will be accepted at any time.A the Jacksonville area. .Applications through the close of business
__ separate application must be will be accepted throughthe July 1.All .
filed for each position in which close of business Monday. be
applicants must
interested. MPB No. 106 68 Manage-
MPB No. 158 67 Industrial ment Technician, GS 7 or 9: career conditional em-
of the federal
Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11. MPB No. 107 68 Accounting ployees govern-
GS 5. Area of ment. Applications for these
Area consideration: Nation- Technician,
be filed
will be consideration: NAS, NARF, positions should with
'; 21 YEARS Lonnie Williams of Public Works Department, wide. until Applications the needs of the ser-accepted NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy IRD, Box 22, NAS, Jax., Fla.,

I receives a retirement watch from Capt. L.W. Graves. Williams vice are met and will be con- Commissary Stores and Navy 32212. For further information
retired May 31$ after 21 years civil service work. sidered as received. Recruiting Station, Jax. Appli- regarding these positions', see the
be through copies of the bulletins or announ-
MPB No. 96 68' Supervisory cations will accepted
cements or call Ext. 2320, Ratingand
ExaminingBranch, IRDNAS,

H Jax.

Jax Civilians

Donate 6ld

L :? ; ;;; : ToMobil Supply Department employeesfar Unit

exceeded their quota in responding
>a to the call for contribu-,
r "
tions to the station's Blood
:' Account on June 5.

Twenty seven volunteers reported -
to the Jacksonville Blood
Bank's Mobile Unit although a
'* '' v quota of only 20 had been allot-
{$ .Jil- *- .J 7v"Hv. ed to the department.In .

oc spite of this fine showing,
only 77 pints of blood were
collected to replace the 366 pints
released to employees and their
depender- during the past 10

t( T months.Employees of the Supply De-

partment who donated were: G.
; Marcus, K. P. Largey, J. E.
I, : Burden, S. M. Culpepper, A. L.
: Daymude, D. H. Williams, H.B.
.. d Kolsum, C. H. McMaster, Jr.,

: .:/::;::t:.. .... k W. S. Turner, A. B. Bennett,
J. J. Stewart, M. E. Keester,
C. W. Qualls, C. R. McGee,
J. H. Cutcliffe, J. W. Schultz,
O. W. McCormick, S. G.Stevens,
j D. T. Averitt, C. B. Sowell
and R. B. King.

Donors from the Naval Air
...... ..
F. F.
;./ : ;; : : : Rework Facility were:
., Dedrick, C. W. Richardson, E.
; M. Ward, K. Judah, R. B. Dunn,
B. O. Skinner, J. W. Laird,
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for you to take the vacation dner, B. L. Vincent, and B. M.

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; leave? The same old summer routine? sightseeing trips and many free extras. a Travel Agent soon I -. or were W. Blake W. V. Caner

That sudden feeling summer has passed Prices are incredibly low. You can W. J. .Derouen. H. E. Thomas,
you by? It doesn't have to bel I Not when have 8 days in Miami Beach for as little and M. J. Sweller Jr.

J Eastern makes it so easy !for you to use as $28.50. Or 8 days in Ft. Lauderdale Contributors from the Public
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) have low-cost tours for everyin San Antonio? 4 days for $48.00. H. Duff, D. W. Goodwin, J.

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can fly for /a off regular jet-coach fare
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Department M. C. Fahnestock,
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June 13 1968
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:' l President Signs Consumer Act,

Proclaims Era of Honesty' S

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Washington (AFPS) -- Presi- The law will require full was established to continue study
dent Johnson has termed the disclosure of all finance charges of consumer credit operations
Truth in Lending Bill "Truly beginning July 1. and:! "to make sure we don't again
a triumph for truth"and with the A nine member National Comlet our actions fall behind our
signing of the bill the Consumer mission on Consumer Finance needs," the President said.

Credit Protection Act, "we _.
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are entering an era of..horesty'in
.; ,: the marketplace.
t ( President Johnson has said .1
.: ;r. that "Truth In Lending"legislation

: would assist the mi- ,.< '..
'fJj'" litary consumer and civilian len- i ,1\ \\Jl:
. der in credit transactions. '
Department Defense Direc- I ,,,",
/ tive 1344.7, Personal Com-
'>1<. mercial Affairs contains a
"Standards of Fairness" attach-
A. ment concerning loans and credit

r.- L transactions.Also dr
NEW ENSIGN LCdr. R.C. Beltz of the Aircraft Maintenance a pamphlet has been pro-
duced for the armed forces,entitled -
Department swore his son, William, into the Navy upon grad "Credit, Master or Ser-
uation from Auburn in Alabama June 3.
University Young vent?" It is listed NavPers
,. Beltz. attended the school on an NROTC scholarship and is 15221.At .

currently attending flight school in Pensacola. Adm. Thomas the signing of the bill, the _
,'. H. Moorer, chief of Naval Operations, spoke at Auburn's commencement president said, "At'long last the .- ..-..
exercises. consumer will receive the treat-
ment he deserves when he bor- ATTENDS CLINIC'Myrna Wagner of the Jax Navy Exchange
discusses the current trend in jewelry with J.O. Combes,
rows The buyer will
Miirkse WIv money.
s H..r VI.t V.' be allowed to know what the sel- Navy Ship's Store Office Retail Merchandising director (L)

ler has always knoWn -- that is, and Richard Franklin,.Retail Merchandising Branch manager, -
Jax -- The U. S. Marine Corps' Civic Action Program in Vietnam, how much interest he will haveto during the ,annual jewelry clinic in Brooklyn.
what it is, how it works, and the benefits derived from it, will be pay on a credit purchase."
the topic of Marine First Sergeant Charles T.Meade when he speaksto He said consumers should be
the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Marine Wives Club on Wed- able to shop for credit as know- Exchange Buyer Goes
nesday, June 17th. ledgeably as they shop for groc- ITo
Sergenat Meade, who just recently returned from Vietnamand eries or merchandise.
is currently) serving with the Inspector/Instructor Staff, Com- Examples and situattons of the
pany "B", 4th Amphibian Tractor Battalion, USMCR, Jackson- bill's advantages were listed by Jewelry Clinic I
ville, will be the guest speaker at the Marine Wives' monthly social the President:
meeting at 8 p.m., in Building 572. *. When our parents have to
In addition to talking on his first hand experience with the borrow for their children's education lax -- Myrna Wagner, buyer season. They also considered effective -
civic action program during his service in Vietnam, Sergeant or to pay medical bills, for the Navy Exchange here participated jewelry displays and discussed -
Meade will also present a short film showing some of the many they should be told not just how in a three-day jewelry jewelry fashion trends
different type activities engaged in helping the Vietnamese peopleto much a month they will be paying clinic in Brooklyn N.Y. beginning with buyers from NSSO's Retail
help themselves. but the total debt that they June 5. Merchandising Division.
are pledging themselves to sign This is the 15th such clinic The overall theme In jewelry
up for. sponsored by the U.S.Navy Ship's this year is a return to the "eraof
When a housewife opens a Store Office (NSSO), which Is the the 1930s" with an increasein
'charge 3ccount at a department central management activity of popularity of the long necklaces
store, she will not have to com- the worldwide Navy Exchange ropes, pendants and .
I wwruaaaianiaMiw Mw waxpraq aiMnnnnIE7rT7' pute how much 1.5 per cent a Program.' drapes, which were featured at,
month oomes'tO! She will be told Merchandise personnel from the clinic.
: WE HAVE MOVEDour that the annual rate is 18 per Navy Exchanges east of the Rock- Sales from jewelry and every
Roosevelt Blvd. Location to cent, and exactly how much of ies reviewed and examined other item'in the Navy Exchange
her total bill goes to finance samples of jewelry, numbering generate recreation funds for the
4015 HANDING ILVD.Flt. charges. more than 7,000 individual items air station's Special Service
When a man takes out a per- for the coming Fall/Christmas programs.
(Across from 'the House. of Bargains'' sonal loan to pay for a new car,
0----IIIIIIUIIII..IIIIII'"I/IIIII'1II11I1II, / the finance company won't be able
1 R et. to say simply "0/0 down and $25a Education Plan Offers
pwM Do Business with your month. The buyer must be
told how many months he will
RETIRED SHIPMATE be paying, how much of his money Hundreds of Subjects
pays Interest and other carry-
We Will Contf nue Our Old Sales Policy
Ing charges.
If a man falls into debt, he By J03 Jan Mercurio(
NO MONEY DOWN!! will not be punished by unreas-

onable garnishment of his salary.He Many servicemen and women lesson sheets and mailing envel-
We ftaiice ttveie hi MWUry Senrkel will not be deprived of food have the desire to continue their opes. Upon completing a lesson,
for his family or money for his education at a college level but the student sends it to USAFI
.rent. He will not be fired out of find It difficult and sometimes for review and grading by a
6015 BLANDING' BLVD 771-4410 hand. impossible to attend evening highly qualified Instructor. The
5444 Normandy .Ivd. 389-0386 If a householder'' or a small classes. '- lesson is then graded and return-
2809 Mayport Road 246-4825 businessman falls prey to loan College or even high school ed with corrections and com
sharks, his body and property will courses are not impossible to ments.
be protected from extorrionistsby come by for the person with a Group study courses are con-
stiff federal penalties. little initiative and a great desire ducted in much the same Way as
to learn. formal school classes,with qualified -
The United States Armed instructors and regularly
S Forces Institute (USAFI) offers scheduled classes.
: over 200 correspondence coursesin Courses offered for group
both high school and college study are similar or identical to
level subjects, for individual those offered through corres-
study and group classes, in bus- pondence study.
: helriand. iness, English, literature, for- For further information onen-
: : eign languages, mathematics rollment into USAFI courses,
science, social studies and tech-: contact the Education Services
nical subjects.In Office, In Bldg. 955.
addition, USAFI offers more

I ) than 6,000 correspondencecourses 2,500SignZero Defects
through extension divisions -
ci good adviceon ( of 45 leading colleges and
universities. The extension Rework Facility PledgeJax

courses are offered to mili-
money matters tary personnel under an agree- -- At the end of the first
SM L.E ment between the federal government two weeks of the Naval Air Rework -
available and the education insti- Facility's Zero Defects
is always
tutions. Program, more than 200 super-
Military personnel on acti..eduty visors reported 100 per cent
at are eligible to enroll in participation In their shops.
your USAFI correspondence courses
for an initial fee of $5. Lesson Shop superintendents have reported -
more than 2,500 NARF
a course taken
,, people participating In the Zero
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.) > ._. .M fUJl .'AJ. __._.._ paid for by the government. The Defects Program.The .
... .. ......, student pays only the enrollment voluntary program got
NAS JAX BLDG. 39 Tile 384 1391..t Bate Ezl. 2431 fee.The underway May 20, aiming: at im-,
Hours: Man. Frl. 9:30 4:30 tutbIei. student
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.: Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER June 13, 1968 ,.: .

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,",,"' .' Marines to Track Meet K ,

.. !, Sweep .,

,JI 1 M M Heat "
Victory in Sweltering

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I 300 and VP-30 was awarded rine Barracks 5:23.5.: 2d Jim :
By JO I Chuck: Schroye .( I
200. Other units In the meet French MARTD.
each received 100 points for SPRINT RELAY -- Marine
Jax--Wearing their red and
Barracks 2:13.6 (Chapman
their efforts.
gold Corps togs, Marines attached -
to the air station's' Ma- The oppressive heat kept established 110; Gidley 220; Richardson,
330 Brown 440)). 2d MARTD
rine Barracks earned 45 points records standing, except ; ,
Tuesday afternoon to take the in the broad jump. (Johnson, Barr Johnson and

4 top spot in the 6th annual Intra MARTD's Robert Barr crackeda Lambert).
HIGH JUMP -- Willie Richardson -
mural Field and Track Meet five-year record with a leap
here. of 20' 10 1/2". The old mark Marine Barracks, 5'
Competing in 96 degree tem- was set by the Hospital's Fred 7". 2d Robert Barr MARTD.
perature, the hottest of the year, Kloman in 1963.Kloman's mark POLE VAULT -- Bill Phil-
the barracks' squad's nearest was 19' 9 3/4". lips, Hospital. 10'. 2d Mike

competitors were from another The top finishers and times Kelly, Marine Barracks.
Corp '; unit, the Marine Air 'for the other events in Tues- SHOP PUT -- Mike Huffman,
MARTD, 41' 7 3/4". 2d. Glenn
RUN WIIIU RId a ds.e of Marfn Barrack strides through Reserve Training Detachment, day's meet are as follows: FAETU.Frank .

t Its* MO yard 'dub In two mlmites, 17 ..cond.. which finished second with 100 YARD -- Robert Barr, Rupp McCaffrey served as
34 1/2 The Navy's Fleet MARTD, 10:8. 2d Labaron
"' '"". ',- .. -' -- points.
a. ," director and George Mul-
!e'"" <<>}" r,1'. Barracks. meet
'if" Aviation Electronics TrainingUnit Chapman Marine .
'; lins compiled statistics. Following I
r" (FAETU) was third with 220 YARD DASH--RonSpar- the Cdr. H. L. n
19 points; followed by VP-30 ing, FAETU, 25:3. 2d James meet commanding, officer -
with 16 1/2. Behind the top Dorman VP-30. Donald acting -
three were the Hospital Com- 440 YARD DASH -- Kenton presented trophies to the
munications.NARTU, and Fleet Brown Marine Barracks, 55:5. top two teams and first and eo '
second finishers in each
Air Wing Eleven tied for sev- 2d Ron Staring FAETU. place f
enth.The 880 -- Willie Richardson event. '

win gave the Marine Bar- Marine Barracks 2:17.2dRick Club Notes .
.acks 500 points toward the Mclver Marine Barracks. I

station's Ironman trophy, given MILE -- Rick McIver, Ma- HAS CECIL L\\'
twice the \.
a year to top team ;
in intramural sports competition. Youth S.IIIn. ORF /j''
MARTD earned 400 Iron-
Snack Bar open daily -11 am :
man points. FAETU garnered RcgisfreationEnds 6 pm except Monday. /tJ
13 June Luncheon 11 am 1.'
t U. S. Savings Bonds areA 3:30 j
Saturday 14 Ju"ne Luncheon 11'am :
safe way for the future. '.
, r---4 1 pm "Noon Bar" "Happy
: Sports Briefs Registration for the Jax Sailing Hour" 4 pm 6 pm. Dinner by

Club's summer Junior Sailing res.
will remain 15 June Open for Booking.
Program open
Try-outs for the Jax Navy Soft through Saturday. Children between 16 June Open for Booking.
ball team are being held this 17 June Luncheon 11 -1 .
9-17 are eligible to participate am
JUMP -- Robert Barr of MARTD leaps 20 feet 10 and ono half evening at '6:30 at EnterpriseField in the annual program. pm Bar Open 11 am 1 pm I
Inches to set a station Intramural broad record. tomorrow afternoon at 4 ',
jump Mrs. M. P. Myers will conduct 18 June -, Luncheon 11 am .-
at Mackroth Field and Saturdayat registration at the sailing club- 1 pm Bar Open 11 am -1; pm ;'
i i Say Alohato 9 a.m. at Mackroth Field. house between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. 19 June Luncheon 11 am ,
Personnel interested in
trying out Saturday. Cost of the four-week 1 pm Bar Open 11 am 3:30 m,:," ,
Your Neighbor!. for the at Fliers the are urged be, program will be$18.Classes will pm. _" nr;\
> present practice begin June 17 and run through
.1 ;
'I \
All this
( positions' are open at July 13. Lessons in sailing will CPO CLUB ,; ,

DRIVE TO time unit/command and' personnel at attached NAS Jax to be given each week day except 14 June "Dinner Special" ',''J '
any Wednesday and students will have featuring a 16 oz. Porter House '
for the
are . their choice of attending either Steak for $2.00 and Lobster Dinner rs
I afternoon sessions. for $2.50. ,'
morning or 1
The'annual NAS lax intramural .
Further information may be 15 June "Dinner Special ,t
swim meet will be held Wednes-
: obtained from Mrs. Myers by featuring a 16 oz Porter House :.;
HAWAII day at 2 p.m. at the indoor pool,
Blda. 614. calling 7813424. Steak for $2.00 Lobster Din-
ner for $2.50.
16 June Bar Open
: DAYTONA BEACH SOUTHSIDE I FORDDISCOUNT 1 17 June r '"Game Night" commencing 1:
. \ '
at 8 p.m. ,4 1
fl4W446 13 June Dick Widon Band following -.' "'.
\\ "
, Game Night '; k ," -

\ To All Military Personnel! 14 June Evelyn Mee and the"Tonics" : 1" .

15 June Red Coats 5"t
i '
,,\\ USED 16 June Phil Cay and the"Chantels"

I 2301 S. Atlantic Ave., MUSTANGHEADQUARTERS 17 June "Special Show" featuring ; .
the famous "Coasters"adm.50

M HAS : #
r w" 18 June "Tune Twisters"
J ALL 19 June Mel Gaden and the

2 Special BODY MODELS. "Lazy Rhythm Girls"

y 4 v **************

" J Military Rates STYLES! DAYTON !

:/ ia: I' 0 Child,... wader 12 Supervised CM- Daytona International
froo droft't Day Camp JAX'SLARGEST
Heated indoor pool Paradise far tie SELECTION Speedway I;
. AN 0
: Exotic Polynesian AS presents the'Firecracker i
1 4-ttory Moon Rotk
Atmospher..t LOW
for the kids. $1295
AS: 400'at ;

t'. The Waikiki "--1w...,.Girt.U e""' Let an Ex-Navy Man Help You Get ;

Supper Club.. 'M'" The BEST AUTO BUY \
t In Town!
CHIEF >HNO 10:00
r 3 Shows Nitoly COVE CHAtCI : A.M.-July4, .:

! '. ', 0o DISCOUNT TO SERVICE PERSONNEL One petition of the packed most exciting races in com the r:

-- -- -
il NAM------------------------------ U. S. today. '
An air conditioned bus will :'

! go from NAS & Cecil Field

f ADDRESS. main gate directly to Day-
t r i tona. Fare Includes round trip ;

'. : 4-.. transportation and admission
''CITY. . .I . . . . . . CLARENCE HERALD Or BUD PUCKETT. ticket. ;-:
.. After the race the bus will :.

i j' STATE ..' ;,,'j"'" p'' ':.:. . . . . .. FORD go for the to beautiful rest of the Daytona day. Beach '1
Ij' I Complete Package ri ,;r

{ ZIP. . . . .' . .- .' '. . I "Jacksonville's Most Convenient FORD Dealer" ONLY $17.95 ,". ',i:

,; Please send me your fully illustrated ; I 5303 BEACH BLVD. 398.4513 (For Two installments reservations accepted or information -) -'

,: '1_ literature. for_a Hawaiian! Holiday! __________J.'LI: CALL 781 0684.
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MoviesMovies Club

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,; '* <\ '' '
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will be shown nightly Schedules <' I
at the NAS Jax theatre at 7:30

p.m. There will also be a Kiddie HAS JAX i
Matinee at 2 p.m. Saturdays anda
regular feature at 2 Sun- CPO CLUB -- Tonight enjoy Ads should be'malled to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blending Blvd. Jacksonville,
days and holidays. The pizzas for $.75 and a seafood Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
special tomorrow night for$1.25. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following' week unless the
theatre will have one nightly feature publisher 'is 'instructed otherwise.' A check or ,money order for the full cost of the ad must /
at 7 p.m. Cecil Field will Mark Castle will be under the be received WITH the copy for the ad. /
have two nightly shows duringthe spotlight, providing music for

week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- dancing tomorrow night. Specialsfor D, Mot Sud Ctsh
inees will be shown on weekendsat the week include a primerib

2 and 5 p.m.FRIDAY. roast for $1.95 Sunday, fried

May 14 chicken for $.95 Tuesday and late: MlNlMM ckirfle ((3 Uses). . . . .$2.00 j
Wednesday the menu special will

NAS: "TRAVELING SALESLADY" be a rib eye steak for $1.35. Par ....tlIII..III1.. ((4 ..r.s par III.). . . 0.50
starring Phyllis 4Dillerand ] 1
Bob Denver. RatingGood.Gen. USO CLUB -- Staruday nightis

( Aud.) ((134 mins.) Balloon night at the USO and

BLOOD" starring Scott Wilson Beach Party. Sunday morning NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900 Karen St. New all brick homes, Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
and Robert Blake. Ratingsuperior. free coffee and donuts will be blk of Jammes Rd., Furn and AC Low 20's. Building Lots FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.

(Adult) ((134 Mins.) served before the club closesat Unfurn. Apts. All new paint,2BR, Available. Floyd White, Bldr. Call Powell or Mills, USN
SATURDAY IS 10:45 a.m. The USO will be LR, Kit Furn, Nook, Park 2 171-5643. Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
Hay cars, water & & I
closed until 12:30 p.m. so everyone sewage garbage Realty.
NAS: "STAY AWAY JOE" starring attend church incl. only $85 mo. for unfurn.
may f
Elvis Presley and Joan Blon- vices of their choice. The free Call 387-2541, nites and week- DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
dell. Rating-good (Adult and matured movie feature that night will be ends Call 389-0744.: JOCKEY?? For information call: SERVICEMAN (E5)) DESIRES

I. youth) ((105 mins.) "The Fan.* Tuesday night at the 356 8351, Day or Night. Respectable young man to share
HOSPITAL: USO is Game night and Wednesday SOLID STATE STEREO one bedroom home in San Juan. \
starring Phyllis will feature a disc jockey RADIO COMBINATION Multi- '- $55 mo. Phone 384 6754

Diller and Bob Denver. Rating- show from 8 until 11 p.m. with speed changer; dual speakers, OAK HELL PARK 3 BR, 2 after 7 PM. or before 7:30
Gen. Aud.) ((134 mins.)
( MC Al Albert. auto turn off. Like new. Pay Bath, Assume Pymts. 7939 A.M. 4

1\ SUNDAY May 16 FRA -- Happy Hour at the balance of $63 or $8 per month. Volvo St. 771 3133. (

I I. NAS: "CHAMPAGNE: MUR- Fleet Reserve Association Phone 353-1946 ask for Credit FOR SALE-STUDIO COUCH $75:

DERS" starring Anthony Perkins Branch 91 is Monday thru Fri- Manager. Will deliver without CLEAN FURN ROOM IDEAL Lounge chair with Hassock $45,
and Maurice Ronet. Ratingverygood. day 4-5 p.m. Dinner special this obligation. A-1 Music Center. location $60 mo. gentlemanonly. DOUBLE BEDROOM SET $100,

(Adult) ((106 mlns.) week is Tib eye steak for 150. 1606 Main St. ,389-8912 or EX89023. White Satin Headboard $25, anda
HOSPITAL: "STAY AWAY Donner is served from 10 a.m. B&W TV $50. Day #2841, Nite

JOE" starring Elvis Presley and until midnight. Sunday, from 9 PORSCHE 1963 1600 S New 384-3005 ask for SOKOL.
Joan Blondell. Rating good. p.m. until 1 a.m., will be a Brakes &shocks,AM- FMRadio, HOUSE FOR SALE FAIRFAX
(Adult and matured youth) ((105 dance, with music by the Eight Excellent Cond.,$2300. Call 771- MANOR. 7163 Shirley Ave. 3BR. 1967 LAMBRETTA (MOTOR-
1 Bath w/w A.C. Front
mins.) Balls. 8441. carpet SCOOTER) Less than3000 miles.
MONDAY May 17 "0" CLUB -- Enjoy the beefeater's & Back screen porch. Conv. to. Helmet included. Call 7248159.
NAS Busses &
buffet today from 6 to "REAL ESTATE: We will help Shopping
NAS: "THE INCIDENT" starring 9 p.m. Charlie Jay will provide you Buy, Sell or Invest." center. Buy equity on BEAUTIFUL 3BR BRICK,2BATH
Musante and Martin 5 1/4mortgage No reasonable
Tony ,
music tomorrow night and John- Bowen Real Estate, Realtor Fla. Room, Oversize Dbl. Gar-
Sheen. (Adult) offer refused 388-2017.
good. Open
ny Jelinek will be on hand Sat- USN Retired 384 1376 age, Air Cond. & Cent. Heat.
mins.) Sun. 2-5.
will be Lot $5000 dn. financed.
HOSPITAL "CHAMPAGNEMURDERS" urday night. Tuesday Larger ,
: Foreign Dish night. 1961 BUICK CONVERTIBLE 7144 Hyde Grove Ave. Owner,
Auto. Trans., R & H, PS, PB, 781-2181.
Perkins and Maurice Ronet Rat- ONE to babysit For You this
ACEY DEUCY CLUB -- To- Good Condition, $395. Phone
Adult)((106 mins.) Easter .
ing-very good. summer contact Peggy ,
morrow night features Sam Les- 246 6680 FOR.SALEUSED BRICK 3 BR.

TUESDAY May 18 ter and the Confederates with ph. 7715888. 2 Bath, Den, Garage, Fenced
NAS: "IRMA LA DOUCE" Mark Castles Combo under the FOR SALE VENETIA,' 3 BR.,' yard-Ortega Hills. Call 388-0133

starring Shirley Maclaine and spotlight Saturday night. Sunday 1 1/2 Bath, 5 3/4%, Den,, W/W SURFBOARD YATER 8' 10" evenings. : ,.,
Mack Lemon. RatingExcellent.Adult night features the Five Clubs. Carpet, Fireplace, Low, Equity, $75. 264-6643. : :.
$127 month includes taxes/ no ding NEAR NAS & CECIL UNFURN. '
( ) 146 mins.) Game night is Sunday night from per ,
6 to 8:30 -- slacks, shortsor 384-1195 house, Freshly painted 2BRKit.
equip. $80. 771-0348. after 6.
Tony Musante and Mar- culotts are not allowed. Pay CAR WASHMust $300. "Crow", may be seen
Day, today a buffet from 12 to
tin Sheen. Rating very good. at NAS Jax stables.
sacrifice. due to other
9 all for $1.25. WIDOWED SERVICE WIFE-
p.m. you can eat
(Adult) ((109 mlns.) .
business' commitments.Ideal
Happy hour Is featured Monday Practical Nurse w/11 yr. old
time retirement '
WEDNESDAY May 19 thru Wednesday 4:30: to 6:30 p.m. business.part' or JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1 daughter, desires permanent

NAS: "GUNS OF SAN SEBAS- Hwy.. 17, Orange Park. Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean ployment and residence with Security -
SIAN" starring Anjanette Comer BLUEJACKETS INN -- The Nu- modern trailers& Apts. 389. Officers & Wives. Free to
264.6373 2642425.JAX'S .
and Anthony Quinn. Rating very Sounds will entertain tonight. or 3007. travel as companion to your children -

aood. (Gen. Aud.) ((119 mlns.)' Friday the Camelots will be on or Housekeeping duties.'
hand to provide the music. Sat- FOR RENT 2BR HOUSE, FURN. Ref. given, 264-4111.

FLORIDA' urday, from 2 to 6 p.m., the GREATEST Orange Park,temp.permanent" FOR SALE MOBILE DISH
Flipsides will entertain, and the FURNITURE Qtrs. Will rent to bachelors. '
1134 f.fonythDowntown WASHER, Ladies Golf clubslug-
Runaways will be under the spot- 264-6884
Feature light from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. VALUES* gage, 388-0133 evenings.

tao: IF YOU'RE THIRTY, The tonics will be on hand from WHOLESALE HAVE LISTINGS, FOR SEVERAL
and from
3:30 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday
; YOU'RE THROUGH! 768 3618 RENT 2103 Holly Leaf Lane,Orange -
,i'' 5:35 8 to 12 p.m., the Coasters will PRICE TO EVERYONE
7:35 fee Park. Fine Modern home,
entertain. A 500 admission '
9:35 52%of the Nation is under
The LAKE LOTS 3 BR. 2 Baths Closed in Ga-
will be charged Sunday night.
Ii 25 and they've got power.That's Mon- OPEN Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. ragebuilt-in stove&dishwasher.
Redcoats will appear on
:r how Max Frost at
Terms. Call Owner 387-7379. Drapes. Available 5 July Call
24, became President of day night and the Sixteens Tues-
day night.. Lr. Cdr. 'or Mrs. Umbach 264-
the United States.
SINGERS FOR $15 6116 or Capt. B. H. Troemel

This h perhaps the most CANDLELIGHT -- The res- Jt/rVDAY Sewing Machines, left instorage. 2646759. $185 mo. t

"',, unusual motion picture taurant will be open from 11 '7/L/ fam.SUfcPlUS. Good condition. Does everything, \

'c you will ever seel! a.m. until midnight Friday, at- complete with attachments. 1967 HONDA MODEL CL90,

urday and Sunday nights.Tomorrow Yours for storage charge, $15. excellent condition incl. helmet
[.)"[Ifll: night's entertainment will GOODS each. Call 353-1946. Will deliver & goggles. Original price $425

". WILL NO ONI ii ADMITTED.UNDER 17 be the Moon Lighters. Saturdayand DISCOUNT STORE no obligation. A-1 WARE- now $250, used 8 months. Call
HOUSE 1606 MAIN ST. 771-6482.
Sunday will feature a buffet

'il fosiriv OP ACI moor for $1.25. Entertainment Sat- ocfc Blvd. 7242662
f REQUIRED urday night will be the Milton SMALL WELL FURNISHEDclean 68 M USTANG V8 PRIVATE OWN

: t a Foor Combo. apt. Living room, 1 Br. ER. Air Cond. Automatic Trans.
Power Steering,Under Warranty.
Kitchenette, shower, private entrance -
? A/C, Oil Heat, off street Call 388-5362.
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll parking. Weekly linen and maid
service. Available June 15 $100
: Ranks All AgesLOW Gentleman only. 3898912 or expenses to San Diego. Departing -
Ex 89023. June 22. Contact: Edwin A.

RATESCONTINENTAL Bennett. Ph. 384-2067. .


,:EASY'MONT'HLY Phone 3896085.A poles, Nylon Shrimp Nets, Fish-

ers The Angler's Hdq. 1660

WliMTERS JONES VII 'PAV"MENTS'" Civilian UseForServiceKnow Blanding.


Major Company has openings in SHEPHERD PUPS For Sale, 5
most areas of Fla., for men wks. Beautifully marked. ..
of ability, iniative and desire 2642964.

UNDERWRITERS, INC. for higher than average earnings.
Complete training provided. Included HELP WANTED
f (Formerly McDonald's Insurance)
Male Female
telephone number when or
6479 Roosevelt llviL 388-7676 addressing inquiry to: Part Time

CO LORdHOWR9QK Call Us Regional Supervisor Immediate EmploymentCall -
.. Anytime 2911 McCoy Road 389-1744 for
=..---. Ed BEllEY Orlando, Florida 32809 appointment 9 12 A.M.



June 13, 1968

r t ,' -Library- Notes [Cecil Squadron News Makers I

By Sharon Arnold

Reading Is like looking through THE DOUBLE HELIX by JamesD.
". a window at the world around us. Watson (Atheneum). One of :.
The more we read -- whether it the three men'who was awardedthe

be newspapers, magazines, or Nobel Prize for unravellingthe i _
books -- the more a part of this mystery of DNA, the mole- J ''r 1
world we become. These keys cule of heridity can write as 8
' to a fuller life are available at well as he can research. 'Hisis tr
your Station Library. an interesting story of both
THE TRUIMPH by J. K. Gal- his work and his life, at the time
braith (Houghton). In this novel of the discovery. He was only
the U. S. State Dept. tries to 24 then.
;, mastermind the politics of a
small time Latin American THE AMERICAN APPROACH
.. country. No reader will put it TO THE ARAB WORLD by J. S.
down without some serious second Badeau (Harper) A volume of
thoughts. the Council on Foreign Relationsby
THREE CHEERS FOR WAR IN the former Ambassador to McAfee 4 Michalelc Arnold

GENERAL by J. D. Spooner(Little Egypt, who presents a vivid and
). A lighthearted spoof on timely reassessment of our policies Three 'Boomers' Receive AwardsIn
the Establtshmentwhenthe229th in the Middle East.

General Hospital (Army Reserve Aboard ShangriLaCECIL
Unit) thought they'd never be Of special interest to those Ceremonies

called up and were I attending Karate classes, under
THE MERMAID IN THE SWIM- the instruction of EM3 McKinney -- Three members of technical competence and devotion Other award recipients were

MING POOL by D. Wallop. (Nor- at the Cecil Field Gym, are two Fighter Squadron Sixty Two to duty has accomplisheda AE2 Donald J. Michalek who
ton) The author weaves a charming new books: DYNAMIC KARATEby received awards recently from continual improvement in the received the "Boomer of the
\, 4 new fable around Frank Cole- Nakayama and KARATEBASIC Cdr. D. L. Whitman, squadron material condition of the electrical Month" award' for April and
-man, a man with a bad case of PRINCIPLES by Pfluger. Both commanding officer. The awards systems of assigned aircraft.His ADJ3 John T. Arnold was pre-
the "Middle age Doldrums", of these books are well illustrated ceremony was held aboard the excellent training programhas sented with the "Plane Captain of
who is bewitched by a mermaid-- and will be helpful to anyone carrier Shangri La operatingin resulted in increasingly com- the Month Award" for April.
myth or delusion. An appealing desiring to increase his skill in the Mediterranean. petent and reliable: young Petty Fighter Squadron Sixty Two
1 and delightful tale. the art of Karate. Receiving a "Commendationfor Officers. Although constantly Is assigned to Carrier Air Wing
Outstanding Achievement" hindered by inadequate supply Eight along with three other Ce-
during the period of Sept. 2,1967 support deteriorating wiring, cil based squadrons.
through May 8, 1968 was AEC and a workload which accountedfor
William 4A. McAfee. over fifty per cent of discovered -

The commendation read in discrepancies, Chief Buy
vt part: "During the period above, Petty Officer McAfee's positive
.. lH. ?; ': 4fi. attitude, cheerful manner and
'nS'f 7'i while serving Fighter Squadron -
4:" r:+{; 7a' : 4t:.n: t ?%:! :!{ as
; ,}Y%;" } $:::4)'S'' w 't:;;::vv k.;, .t d3 a ".:", ;t y;< Electrical consistently outstanding -
: } ; ; Two performance
.... Sixty -
::.X 1k: ?3:
} .:} ;
,ry?: ; : ; .7:..%00<7;f..R:::', g:': 'a?; .' ;ta: :";} :':?t R'd Branch Supervisor AEC Wil- reflected great credit Bonds
: rx y.o: liam A. McAfee through his sup upon himself and the Naval Ser-
'1f V W ) erior leadership, outstanding$: vice."

t 4 ST m COII ST Cecil Squadrons Fly Missions In Vietnam


., CECIL -- A7 Corsairs of Attack the highway. Interdicting the southwest of Vinh which had been
; +t+?G:
; %r h:: Squadrons Eighty Two and highway at this point denies the spotted in photos taken by reconnaissance -

R .<:t, 6L y;. q..:, trbs: .'': Eighty Six, homeported here enemy the use of it as a supply pilots. "I spottedthe
,ni.i .A .: flew missions in South Vietnam's route. river and creek junction
Quang Tri Province last week to Barges storage areas, high- shown in the photo," Moser ex-
support-Allied.troops In the area, way segments and trucks were plained. "The barges were well
hitting gun sites a bunker com- the targets for a third strike by camouflaged near the mouth of

x plex nd" an enemy. troop con- Carrier Air Wing Six aviatorsIn the creek. My bombs. were all
F: centration. North Vietnam's Panhandle.Lt. on target."

t n... They destroyed an active anti- (jg) Walter J. Moserof Other Corsairs attacked five
7 < s
y''Sr:; aircraft site and an active artillery Attack Squadron EightyTwo, barges 22 miles south of Vinh

? E':tYy.YiYf.x'E.' >'. 4 ,}Y1. 4 > position ten miles northwestof bombed three barges 22 milesVA72 along a river which runs parallelto

4aRllLa/hRav(t-5'i .) MiCMUM' Dong Ha. the coast. They reported sev-
: Two miles farther northwest Pilot eral hits on the barges.
an enemy bunker complex was
hit. "There were many octagon
and hexagon shaped bunkers Sets FDRLanding oI ouRAYaneienwuumrmununnnnaemmmamummaai
AT JACKSONVILLE HAS. scattered over the area," said
Lt. (jg) Van S. Monroe of Jack HAG
sonville. "Our 500 and 750 MarkCECIL
American's. Travel Loan Plan Is especially suited to the needs of mllltar
families. You can get cash In advance for an unexpected trip or special pound bombs hit right target."
vacation. And, you can get cash while you're away. If you find you need Other A7 fliers bombed an
extra funds, see the nearest Once you're an American enemy platoon hidden in a -- LCdr. John D. La-
customer your credit Is good at ovep TSO offices from coast to coast and mers of Attack Squadron Seventy-
you'll know In advance exactly what your loan will cost. So travel betterand trees eight miles northwest
travel worry-free! See,American, America's dependable loan service for of Dong Ha. Theydroppedbombsand Two made the 175,000th arrested
over a third of a centurylBORROW! strafed the area with. 20 mm landing aboard the attack aircraft HAG MY 4UHC14
cannon fire. carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt.This .
300 500
In other action, the two Cecil was also the 500th arrested
landing of his Navy career. The . ...
f ANY AMOUNT UP TO J600 fighter squadrons squadrons were joined to make by two repeated landing was made as the ship gj SPACIOUS & PEACEFULMARSHALL II

TOO BUSY TO 1 COME I IN7-PHONE I OR MAIL COUPON I TODAY I attacks against a storage conducted operational exercisesin I ACRES
---------------- -- -----" area and access roads which the Mediterranean Sea last 9359 103rd St.Jacksonville'a .

AMERICAN FINANCE (Mail to office nearest you) comprise the; Troung Bat truck month.Originally from Wauwatso I moat modem mobile newest home& I
complex, 25 miles south south- community la now open for
Wisc., LCdr. Lamers has been
inspection. Large
i I NAME AMT, WANTED east of Vinh. your .
I ADDRESS I PHONE Pilots rockets 500 and 750- attached to VA 72 since June I 44x75 lot a.ONLY .
.' put $35 PER MO.
WIFE: 0* HUSBAND'S NAME 1966. He has made
: I LIST 3 PLACES' AND 1. pound bombs on the target to 240 landingson Swimming pool tennis court,
I I CITY WHERE YOU 2. I interdict the transportation point. the Roosevelt alone.) ,. I shuffleboard court, B-B-Q .
HAVE USED CREDITS 3. His wife and 'family toured pit picnic table. will be
______ I The is located at the .
I EMPLOYED BY PHONE target !butt for your enjoyment.act
Address I mouth of a valley on Route 152, Europe during the Roosevelt'sdeployment today call I
a major highway running .
; SERVICE HO. RANK F.S. Martin. Manager
I ACC BASE PAY AND ALLOWANCES MONTHLY 1 ,the coast inland. The truck parkis which began in August of I 359-2924
I MY PRESENT MILITARY SERVICE OBLIGATION TERMINATES .. 1 1I located below a ridge j just off last year.
I LENGTH OF'MILITARY SERVICE Date for full detail a
Years 1 ..ns..II..II..II..IIIIII..II.1HONDA. .. ... .. ,.. "
I _____
: most amounts on just your signature
,. ,., .VI51'lIQE.N :\. > : :" :; ,, ,
24 135,00 7.$5 350.00 19.90 600.00 32.40 MONTESA

The above payments Include all charges'under the Florida Consumer Finance Act. ; ; \;
I ; i : MOTORCYCLES,....

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i '
Shopping Center .- Phone. 3IM37I t i ,: .
(loans up to $3,000 at IMs office) CYCLES CO.

ksoRVllle-5410 Norwood Ave., Gateway Shopping Center Phone 7IKI4S See Honda Hot "350"
'acllllnlIIe-l05 W. Bay Street; Across Street from Stockton Whatley Davin
Mfr. Co. __...,_ Phene 3U3II3Phene
'Jacbll\'Ule-2020 Hendrlcks Ave. 3U-3441 4949 BlandingPH
f" 1 Jacksonville leach-1238 Beach Blvd. Phone. 242311

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13, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pace, p II I i if

I NATTC : Behind_.. The Scene i :i i

- -- -- -- -

By June Goff

Cdr. J. W. Chalkley Jr., retired Cdr. R. D. Kunkle will relieve E. Timmerman was honorman
: Cdr. R. D. Kunkle as superintendent Cdr. W. J. Tutwiler tomorrowas with a 91.19 average. ''W"
? %4b of Aviation Ord- NATTC's director training. Senior Chief M. H. White, an .\', 4
t Per *' nance Training June 7. Since November Commander Kunkle entered'ser- instructor in Phase Five, con-
1967,Commander Chalk- vice in 1937 and won his wingsin gratulated the graduates and pre"I '
5' ley has been a training officer 1941. sented their diplomas.
atNATTC's .AEA( ) School.Priorto During World War II, he flew . '
coming to NATTC he servedas with the "Black Cat" squadronin Leadership School graduateda
operations officer, terminal the Southwest Pacific, wherehe record breaking class of 17,
I' : z zS officer-personnel officer, flight was awarded the Navy Cross, June 7. The students represented -
,officer, plane commanderbombing Distinguished Flying Cross and NATTC, NAS Jax and Cecil
instructor and athletic di- 'the Presidential Unit Citation.He Field. They had a total point
rector on other stations. also received other decora- score of 1,500. The class aver-
Commander Chalkley gradu- ,tions for outstanding service age of 89.75 was the highest
\ tSV ated from Auburn University in Commander Kunkle was pilot average ever attained at leader-
Alabama, in 1941, where he at- .a s3 tended school on a football scholj j j flight from Honolulu to Chicago
# arship. i while serving In VR2. The com- NATTC's Commanding Officer -
Commander and Mrs. Chalkey, i mander has served on other important Capt. R. P. Kline presented -
&$ the former Mae Edwards, have ] assignments including the high scoring class with
four sons. Johnnie, who recently executive officer at NAS Jax. diplomas and gave the honor
\ graduated from Auburn Univer- * *
student, CS3 Jack G. Simpson,
V sity; Randy, a Junior at Auburn AOB) School graduated four a certificate. Simpson is attached -
z5 ? and David and Mark who attend ;aviation ordnancemen on June 4. to the mainside galley.He .
Duval. County Public Schools. 1 Members of Class 749 were A01 had an average of 94.99. ."
. .,. :Lonnie M. Tucker, AOC BuddyR.

J Hembree, AOC Ralph G. Car- Speaking, to the class, Captain
:son and A02 John E., Bourn.Lt. Kline told them that missiles,
Cdr. Blou J. L. Sullivan, a phase jets and high speeds of our military -
1SS j officer: at AOA) School congrat- have become more complex
ulated the class and presentedtheir the few had
S! "\ Wins LongS ; past years placed
more responsibility on man.
24 1 4S Tucker was class honormanwith '
s ;
'S wlm Award 1\ an 84.58 average. He received Personnel attending the three-
.5 SSr ?f I a certificate from Lieu- week leadership school. study

Jax -- NATTCs Executive Officer. 1 tenant Sullivan. military drill,,world affairs,U.S.
S'e Cdr. J. G.Ballou,receiveda AOA) School graduated a large Government and! naval customs
50 mile swim award Fridayas class of 33 June 5. LCol. Larry and courtesies. I.
the fourth annual NAS Swim -
Meet opened.
S The award was presented by .
Paul L. Field,NAS Jax Red Cross
..p, pact field director. Following pre- needs ?
'S S sentation of the swim award
,S Commander Ballou introducedtwo
assistant field directors,Julian -
J. Head and Denzil White, to See HFC.It .
S'S senior NATTC officers.
White is the newest'member. _
of the NAS Jax .
having reported here June 3., ( j I
He previously trained. with 'the "
i Army's 199th Light InfantryBrigade -
; and went to Vietnam with
5 the advance party. He was in ,
; t Saigon during' the Tet Offensive. ,
During his Vietnam tour, White
made frequent visits to men in
the field by helicopter. A retired -
Air Force major, White
was commander, JacksonvilleAir
P Defense Filter Center while
on active duty.
Head has been affiliated with
the Red Cross since October of .
SHOWTIME Linda Thomas, "Hiss Northeast FUridt", and last year, and joined the NAS 'I, .
daughter of LCdr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Thomas, will perform In staff in January. He was 'previously '

a "Fantasy in Twirling" show at Jacksonville's Civic Auditorium counselor employed for as an a personnel aircraft -?:

June 20th at 7:30 p.m. Featured with Linda will be A Navy veteran Head
company. )
winners of the Florida State Spring Festival. Commander served with VP 45 here while can be a long time from one pay call to'the next-
Thomas is the senior Shore Patrol duty officer attached to the on active duty. He is scheduled especially,when you really need money for some worth-
Com Fairfax staff. to leave for Vietnam in Octcber.JAX while purpose.If .
you run short, get money help from Household
-5 Finance-the company most service people choose because
I HFC tells you in advance how much your loan will
11{ cost-in dollars and cents.There won't be any surprisesor
I extras. Unload your money problems soon-at HFC.
MARINE NEWS Before you sign on the dotted line,

know what your loan will cost. : ,

By SSgt. Jim Custer
Yw Gel :..
24 18 U 6pryash .
pay lh pm h park t,
Two Marines received trans- assigned to the NATTC Training SSgts. Gerald Stens and George
s100 5.93 7.29 10.07 $18.482to
fer orders to the Fleet Marine Facility. Taylor served in the Brand. 11,86 14.59 20.14 36.97 "'
Corps Reserve in ceremoniesheld administrative section where he SSgt. Richard Pollitt,Sgt.Don- 300 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45 '
In the office of MAD Com was the unit diary clerk. ald McCrory, .and Sgt. Michael 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
. manding Officer LtCol. A. E. On their way to WestPac Air Butler received promotion cer- 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
James. Retiring with more than Forces are MSgt. Kenneth Ly- tificates,from MAD Commanding Charges art computid mt 3% en Mat part ofKhtdultj
40 service ons, GySgt. Floyd Painter, and Officer LtCol. A. E. James .monthly,,kelaitcti,,, not txtttJiitg f3OO
years active were. ....... and Z% n any .irtdn. This xktdul u
MSgt. Lamar Barfield and GySgt. but..t Prompt paymtni tmdinclu4*thttgn,

Winfield Vinson.Barfield.with b. 6t

20 years and sev- HOUSEHOLDFINANCE
en months service as a Marine,
served with the food services
section of NATTC. Vinson, retiring r
after 19 years,six months, _
was an Instructor at the AO _
"B" School. Both men will,take a cbt t Ox4 .

up permanent residence in Jack ,( ( Penman Plaza Shopping Center
sonville. R iL V
Departures kc fN 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421

Eight Leathernecks departedthe ..
:; ,
3050 Beach Blvd. Phone
Marine Aviation Detachment : 398-4541
here Headed for duty S jS5
with WestPac recently.Ground Forces are 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683

GySgt. Dudley Perez, Sgt. Ran- PROMOTEES .- Colonel James Cedar Hills Shopping Center
presents promotion certificates
dall Shields and Cpl. James Tay
lor. Perez was the administrative to SSgt. H. Pollitt and Sergeants D. McCrory and M. I 3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190
chief here and Shields was Butler. Ask but*ir_..nine IMursJune
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raga ;i2 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER June. 13. ((968


Three Local Waves 'Take Aim'

During Pistol, Rifle MatchesIt's .

__ H
By JOSN Gary Ward
a man's world? Women Naval District Pistol matches firing when I had to qualif/with I
are proving that the fairer sex here -- PN3 Cheryl Gibbons, a 45 as a seaman some years )
can compete and in many Instances PN1 Rosalie Wheeler and PNC ago in Hawaii," Petty Officer .t
out do the men in a Ann Cunningham.PN3 Wheeler commented. "I was ;
"man's world." Gibbons, who took somewhat fearful of the 45 the
In sports competition women first place in the women's divi first time I fired it and it seem-
have excelled and accomplished sion said. "After I got over my ed quite heavy, but when I got
feats to just a high degree of fright of the noise and the kick used to the noise and weight I
efficiency and excellence as per- of the 45, I really began to became interested in firing as a
formed by men -- even in sports enjoy shooting." Miss Gibbons hobby." PN1 Wheeler won her
events which used to be consid- qualified with the 45 calibre, first trophy in the Navy's 22 cal-J;'*
ered too rugged or too dang- service pistol last year at Naval ibre competition at Naval Air A
erous for women.A Station Charleston, and this was Station Memphis in 1962 and she 1 r sw
case in point is pistol shoot- her first time to enter all -Navy placed second in the 6ND pistol
ing events. Last week three NAS competition. matches here last week.
Tax WAVES competed in the Sixth "I first became interested in PNC Cunningham commented -

"I was alarmed at the
noise the first time I fired the
45, but after I fired for a whileI ,,"ia'''''''''"=W im"BULL'S "" ""- __ '
I and Views 1 learned that the sport is a lot
of fun." This was Chief Cunning- EYE -. (I-r) PNI I Rosalie Wheeler, PNC Ann Cunningham -

By J03 Ski p Fairfield ham's first time to compete in a and PN3 Cheryl Gibbons of NAS Jax take a close
shooting event. look at one of the targets they used during competition in the I I
NARTU's Neptune's Angels are life. Most of them are veteransof "We hope more women here 6ND pistol meet here Friday.
ashore at Guantanamo, Cuba. World War ft, the Korean become interested in pistol
Patrol Squadron 742 arrived at conflict or the Berlin build up shooting, it's a lot of fun and a I
Leeward Point Monday with five with previous experience in fleet very interesting hobby," Miss -- '
SP2E aircraft, 29 officers and VP units. Gibbons stated. "Next year we'd
90 enlisted men. The squadron commander, like to have enough participantsfor I
While at Gitmo, the squadronwill Cdr. J. R. Stubbs, Jr., is a VP- a team entry in various pistol -

be under the operational 18 veteran of the Korean era who events -- We're sure all who _._mu'u_._,___.___._ __ .. ..___________-'-- ----"'-- -
control of ComFairCarib and lives in Miami and flies Boeing participate will thoroughly enjoy
will be hosted by the officersand 727's for a living with National the sport." (Editor's Note: AA PhilipL. ume has increased to an averageof
men of VC 10. Airlines. Leading CPO ADRC Weintraub of NARTU will 10 million shares per day

The squadron draws its Bill Hallmark is a veteran of .. ." \\\.fL\ I, t write a series of articles for in 1968.It .
complement from Florida and World War II and is a civilian :" ;"Q .A It. Sax Air News on stocks and is known that some
South Georgia, The squadron employee at NAS Jax's NARF. .. J -ow. y- investing. Before entering the 27,000,000 Americans are share-
flies the Neptune one or two ADR2 Tom Nihill, an SP2E -"u., 't 1. Navy, Weintraub worked as a holders of at least one common
weekends a month at NAS Jax in aircrewman from Tampa, is ;:; :::;;;;- ......, >,' 1- /J stockbroker in Chicago wherehe share. Analysts believe that by
addition to a two week sum- a veteran of the Korean conflict Il ;:, 'ti"l devised a stock transfer system -. 1970 over 37,000,000 will be
mer active duty deployment who served on the crash crewat ( ;)) ; adopted by 36 Chicago shareholders.Not .

period. Argentia.. l brokerage firms.) all securities are listedon
The Angels are full time civilians Commissioned in 1951
: at
WeintraubIf the New York the
By Philip Exchange or
drawn from many walks of NARTU VP 742 has home
American Stock Exchange Many
ported here ever since but you had purchased one shareof
thousands are listed on the Over
Atlantic Fleet well known stock fora
has served the computer
the Counter Exchange ((0. T. C.)
from Iceland, Argentia Bermuda l little over $24 in 1909, you the Midwest Exchange or the
Roosevelt Roads and now would now hold 2,473 common newly formed Pacific Coast Ex-
Limited 'Offer Gitmo. shares, and a cash value of change. .
While in Gitmo, the squadronwill over $254,0001 Sound Fantastic -
utilize the training facilities ? It'struel I The Monthly Investment Plan,
sPAlDING'GOLF offered by Fleet Training Group r 4: You don't have to be rich to commonly called the M. I. P.,
VC 10. own stock. Whether you're strug- is fast becoming a favorite means
The squadron will return to VKLL.'Ataf SAW to twit -w cur gling along as an E 2, or for many Americans to investon
NAS and NARTU June 23. tll1U-M AMP RIM St CX AUO mC0CCfi on t MS OMM* MAT tHWr you've found your career as an a budget. M. I. P. gives the
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June 13. $1968 3AX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 13 I
t .

I Four States Offer Bonuses To Vietnam VeteransThe j

following is a summary of service will earn $20 per month, be available about July 1, 1968 eligiblity is active military ser have certifications of the dates
state bonuses for Vietnam up to a maximum: of $300. ILLINOIS: Deadlines to apply vice in Vietnam Combat Area of Vietnam service on the application J
services. Veterans with disabilitiesrated for Vietnam bonus expires July between July 1, 1958 and official by the Commanding, Of-
CONNECTICUT: Vietnam service by VA at least 60%/ service 1, 1970. Residency is that the end of hostilities in the Vietnam the serviceman is assigned. Also
between Jan.1,1964 and such connected will receive $300, regardless veteran must have lived In Illinois Campaign. Bonuses are not pay- certification of home address of 1
date as thereafter shall be determined of length of service. for at least 12 months Immediately able for military service ether applicant at the time of entry
by the U. S. Governmentas Other service personnel must before entering military than in the Vietnam Combat Area. into service. A copy of discharge -
the date of termination of have at least 90 days of countable service. Must still be in Applicant must have been a citi- certificate (DD Form 24))
the Vietnam era, for at least service in order to qualify.A active service, honorably discharged zen of Louisiana atv the time must accompany application of
90 days active service. While claimant must' have resided or retired; have received of entry into military service withan separate serviceman. Discharged -
service may have begun priorto in Delaware at time of entry the Vietnam Service Medal; honorable service record. veterans must have been .
Jan. 1 1964, only service into service if native born;other- and served on active duty on or Payment Is $250 regardless of awarded Armed Forces Expedi-
thereafter is considered toward wise must have resided in the after Jan. 11961. Meetingthese length of service.In tionary Medal for Vietnam of the
the payment of a bonus. Veteran state at least 12 months immediately requirements veteran would be the event of death of a ser- Vietnam Service Medal. Pay-
must have resided in the Stateof before entry. eligible for the $100--bonus. viceman or ex serviceman of ments not authorized until after
Connecticut for at least one Survivors of those who die as $1,000 is paid to beneficiaryif causes unrelated to Vietnam the end of hostilities in Vietnam.For .
year preceding entry into-ser- a direct result of performanceof the serviceman was killed in service after earning entitlementto applications apply to Louisiana -
vice. Must be in active service duty collect $300 in additionto Vietnam or dies from Vietnam the authorized bonus and piror Department of Veterans Affairs -
honorably discharged or- the bonus service connected causes. Eli- to application for or payment of, Vietnam Bonus Division
retired. length of service payment computedon gible survivors: spouse; child- certain survivors, may receive Old State Capitol, Baton Rouge,
Bonus is ten dollars for each ren; parents, brothers and sis- $250 In the following order: U- Louisiana 70801.
month of service after Jan. 1, Eligible for survivor paymentsare ters, in order named. remarried widow; if no un Now a new way to
1964 up to a maximum of $300 : ((1)) spouse; ((2)) children For application forms wite to remarried widow to minor childor
((30 months). (equally divided); ((3)) parents in Illinois Veterans Commission children under 18 years of help your country
If a veteran is deceased the equal shares, ((4)) surviving Vietnam Compensation Fund,221 age, equally divided. No bonusis as you help yourself!
amount of compensation to whichhe person standing in place of W. Jefferson Street, Springfield payable to any survivors not '
would have been entitled un- parent. Illinois 62705.LOUISIANA listed in the preceding. if US SavingsBorwf'Who's
der this bonus act had he survived Claim forms are expected to : Requirements for Active duty applicants must
shall be paid to the following -,-, .
classes of persons inordernam-
ed, each class to the exclusionof p1 .r
all other classes. Surviving '1kk
spouse of the deceased veteran,
provided such spouse is unmar-
ried at the time of applicationand
provided at the time of the
l veteran's entry Into service and
thereafter such spouse was not
without just cause living apart
from such veteran. If no surviv- "
ing spouse then to surviving ,>;
child or children share and share
alike: and the descendants of a
deceased child per stripes shall
take the share of the parent if <
living. If no surviving spouse .
children or descendants children -
bonus is to be paid to sur- '' <

viving parent or parents of deceased +: ,
veteran who shall have .
made application within three .
years after the termination of '
the Vietnam era subject to the : '
c. ?t" : '
following: No payment shall be ,, j:Wt
;;&:,+T6;; ,;} t"f.:' \;
made to any grandchild or par- ,
'::t. rc:
ent of a deceased veteran unless
such grandchild or parent ,of a x veto axR&; t iY'o is ;'K ...
deceased veteran was domiciledin
Connecticut for at least one
year next preceding the time for
application of payment. If the
veteran died during his service
and while in the course of or as
a direct result of the performance -
of his duty the maximum
amount of $300 shall be paidin kr
accordance with the provisionsof
the act. The provisions requiring -
90 days of service shall

not apply. .
For application forms write to
Vietnam Bonus Division State
Treasurer's Office 15 Lewis
Street Hartford, Conn., 06115.
DELWARE: Each month of
domestic service ,since Aug. 5,
1964 will earn a $15 bonus up
to a maximum of $225. Foreign
standing by?


United flies more military standbys than any other ," J.
&tIE airline. ,'. '.;.

So how does it happen you often see a United '. ;w;

standby counter with no servicemen there? "'

Because United has by far the largest fleet, and .. :

the largest jet fleet, in the world. We have the most -.: ,:

frequent flights to and from the majority of the 111 j, J ...: "k

U.S. cities we serve (including all major ports of "'. sentry .
). :: '
That adds up. to more seats, better chances for t ..
YIf Ef.L!, Y you, when' you buy your standby ticket on United. < ,. ...;"',''
Anyone in U.S. uniform, with D.D. Form 1580, flies .
for % Coach fare. You can even reserve a Coach seat "
UATOUCKQSHY % Both fares within of .< .r '\',' .. '.-
for fare. apply seven days '> ft! {! ,
ROCKET discharge. '. ,, 'I. }

SILV'CRLINCORLANDO The ,real reason we fly more standbys is that we

CUPPER::J do our friendly best not to keep them standing by

SKI BARGE T-CKUT very long. ,
MCKCRUI.SERNTEKMKIE.VINLET:: :: ) And "our friendly best" is the best you'll find. eI V : -
SALES For information and tickets visit or call your .
JAMTO office located at Bldg. 13, ]ax NAS. nj 0. ..;,
Phone Ext. 3553 or 3872811. ; .
Hwy 17 OriB|' Park United. '

264-9835 "They got me out fast." /



..,. 14 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER June! 13, 1958

I IM Softball Wrap-up I Plans Set For

Dep. ProgramCECIL
Dental Not solid ten hit attack.
The scoring started in the
-- The Annual Dependents -
bottom half of the first inning
Easy Now when after two were out catcher Summer Recreation
Program will commence here on
Tom Sabin hit a triple to left
CECIL -- The second half of field. On the next pitch, Sa- Monday, June 24 and will continue -
the Intramural Softball through 9.
League bin scored on a passed ball. August
has proved to be in sharp cont- The score remained 1 to 0 This program was designed to
rast In comparison with the first until the bottom of the fifth in- establish summer recreation
half. One of the surprise teams programs for the dependents of
ning. The Hornets opened the
that has turned out to be much inning with third baseman Hoagy military personnel stationed at or
rs improved and more aggressive Carmichael whose homeport is Naval Air Station -
singling to right and
is Dental.In left fielder Tom Scott singledup Cecil Field.
the first half of the season the middle. Both runners ad- The summer recreation pro-
it art E most teams considered Dentala grams are established to provide
vanced on a wild pitch,
beat, but put- recreation, entertainment and
fairly easy team to
ting men on second and third
due to the superb pitching of Lee with only one out. The AMD] especially to develop the indi-
and Anthony, coupled with a tough pitcher, Jim Lee struckout the vidual's ability in Archery, Golf,
; and determined defense by the Tennis, Swimming, Bowling,
next batters but
; If- two lead off
QUACK QUACK..The sounds around Cecil's course rest of the team, this isn'ttrue hitter Jim Weight Lifting and hand made
I will be mixed with big quacks and little quacks as nine duck- anymore. In the six games right center to drive singled in both to Ceramics. These programs will
: ling were added to the flock on Sunday. they have played this half, the Carmichael and Scott. The next be conducted during the off school
pitchers have allowed only 12 hitter, Dave Brown singledto season. Programs are free to
: More 'Quacks' At runs, while their teammates have keep the rally going. Sa- all participants, except Bowling,
collected 46. bin followed with a double to which will be ten cents (lOcJ))
I The first of the second half right, scoring both and makingthe a game. Competent instructorswill
i Cecil Golf Dental lost to the VA-37 "Bulls"by score 5 to 0. The inning be made available. Entries
Course a score of 3 to 1. This defeat ended when Larry Stake hit a will be received at the Athletic
I .resulted' from three unearned hot liner back to the pitcher. Office in the Station Gym, Bldg.
{ CECIL -- The airborne popu- greens), as a result Mr. Hutto runs, and leaving nine AMD scored their lone run in #498, each working day duringthe
lation here was increasedlast said he was unable to distributethe men stranded on base. the top of the sixth on a double hours of 10 am 3 {m.
Sunday with the hatching of material around the greens The next game was played on by Bob Fewell, t. stolen base Schedules The following
nine ducklings.Mr. until mother duck hatched her May 23 and Dental trouncedthe and a wild throw to third. programs will commence on
Mark Hutto, golf course ducklings. Nine of 11 eggs were Marines 14-3. On May Monday, June 24, and will i
27, they met VA 44 and continue through August 9.
greenskeeper, picked up sane hatched which is a very satisfying -
additional duties caretaker of percentage.The won by an 8 to 1 margin'behind Golf Tovraty Swimming Beginners: Wed.
Mother hen and her ducklings fora the fine pitching of An- & FrI., 10 11 EM & ORF
period of 32 days when the ducks are outside and thony and sharp defensive play. Pools. I
mother duck decided to make her walking around with their mother The next night, the Dentalmen Starts FridayCECIL Golf Tues., 9 11, Golf
next in the golf course storage and daddy drake in the daytime, defeated VA 45 by a convincing Course.
barn.Mama and are kept in a pen built in score of 19 2. The win -- The Annual Men's Tennis, Thurs., 10 -11, Ten-
duck made her nest the storage barn at night to pro- ning'pitcher was Lee. Invitational Golf Tournament nis Courts.
at the top of a large pile of top tect them from the varmits. The June 3 the team competedwith swings into action Friday June Bowling, Mon., 9:30 1130-
dressing, (organic material used ducks will weigh 5 to 6 pounds or a tough and formable Opera 14, at Cecil Field Golf Course. Bowling Lanes.Ceramics .
for enriching the top soil of the better when fully grown. tions nine, but squeaked by witha Tee times are set at 8:16 am Thurs., 1- 2:30
4 to 3 victory after commit- for each day. The tourney will Spec. Serv. Bldg. # 4.
ing 3 errors and giving up two run through Sunday with Trophies Archery Tues., -1-2
hits in the sixth inning. and Gift Certificates presentedby Field Range.
VC 4 Forfeited to Dentalon
Capt. U. L. Fretwell,
com- Story Hour Wed. (Starts July
June 10, to give them a 5 -1
manding officer in the Golf Shack 10)) 1-2 Library, Bldg. #24
for half
record second play.
upon completion of the tourna- Weight Lifting (BoysOnly)

1 Hornets Buzz ment. Mon., 1 2 Gym, Bldg. #498.
Cecil Field Golf Pro, Bill Stott I
/ 1t said he expected all slots to be
.AMD/Ad.i. 9 filled by Thursday. I
There will be Hour" Pro Bill Stott are: Harold Bish-
a "Happy
jI CECIL .. The Hornets of VA- commencing at 2:30 pm daily op III, 1956 winner, Starke, Fla. ,
.,44 combined three_strong assetsin throughout the tournament. For Mitch Fields of DuClay, Wally
I their 5 to 1 victory over personnel not entered in the tournament Mizell of Brentwood, runner-
ai AMDAdmin in local IM Soft the course will be openat up in last year's tournament,
ball action. 1 Cdr. Pat Grosskopf, NAS Cecil
,. pm.t Field, Al Miller and Cdr. Jim
These assets were: strong Among some of the entries
oi pitching, sound fielding and a considered to be favorites by Kinder, of NAS Jax.
= .. _
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6ND Small z

Arms MeetCecil

Field's, rifle and pistol
teams captured first places in
LLA 3 both the pistol and rifle eventsin
the Sixth Naval District Rifle
and Pistol Championship hosted
by NAS Sax last week.
Cecil's rifle and pistol team
A members are ADJ2 D.B.Judah,
A02 M.V. Ileckman, AOCM D.F. i
t W. Preston, AOl MJ. Ebie, GMGC
Francis Paine, AQCS G.F. Bowen -
and AK1 V.A. Utley.
Cecil also had four men selected -
.' for the 6ND pistol team which
is competing in the Atlantic Fleet
6ND RIFLE TEAM -I(I I-r front row) B.C. Newberry, J.I. Muhl, competition at the U.S. Naval
and A.G. Kotze; (I l-r back row) R. Shindelbower (Instructor), Academy this week. Selectedfor
I the 6ND team are B. F.
L.B. Jackson, V.G. Baker and W.M. Bromaghim.
Preston, ATl R.M. Sin SOl1, M.
. .. V. Ileckman, and MJ. Ebie. 6ND PISTOL TEAM .- (l-r front row)R.M. Singson, MJ. Ebie.
Other team members selectedto W.J. Betz, M.L. Hall and D.O. Letellier small arms Instructor -
Weapons Stretches represent the Sixth Naval Dis- ; (|I-r back row) T.J. Lemmon, M.A. Craig, M.V. Heckmanand
trict in the pistol event are PTl B. F. Preston.
fr WJ. Betz, of NAS Jax, AQB2 ..
M.L. Hall of NAS Albany, Ga.,
Streak 7Jax
Win to TD1 T J. Lemmon of NAS Key
West and ET1 M.A. Craig of
-- The Weapons Depart- hitting battle 17-16; VAP-62 Charleston.
ment continue their winnin ways overwhelmed Supply 13-3 and Those selected to represent the
now with a 7-0 record to lead Hospital stopped VP-30, 2-1. 6ND in the rifle event are QMC LAST MONTHWE
.the American intramural softball Patrol Squadron 45 and V.G. Baker of the Naval Training -
league. FICEUR continue{ to battle for i Center Orlando, ETl W.M.
The Weapons squad picked up first place in the National I..eapuewIth Bromnghim of NS Charleston,
their seventh win Monday night 5-0 records. Both teams RDl LJ3. Jackson of the USS
with 10-1 over Fleet Air Wing shut out their opponents last weekas Noa, GMG1 B.G. Newberry of
11. Sandy Cooper went all the VP-45 blanked Marine Bar- Naval Station Charleston, STG3
way on the mound for Weapons racks 3-0 and HCEUR stunned J.1. Muhl of the USS Noa and
continuing his winning streak and the Admin Department9-0. ETCMA.G.,Kotze of NAS Jax.
maintaining his unblemished 7-0 In other National League action The winner of the individual "YES"To
record. last week, the Gems whip- rifle competition was Cdr. V. E. .
The 679th Radar Squadron ped VW-4,18-8and NARTUdrop- Levander, US Naval Reserve
trounced COMFAIRJAX 10-3 in ped Air Operations( 11-1. ( Ret.) and the pistol event was
another Monday night's contest AQCS G.F. Bowen of Cecil Field. a homeowner who wanted a new roof
behind the pitdiing of Darrel over his head. .. .
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By J. Sharpe Yacht Club. There were 125 The next regatta will be held
boats in 12 different classes in St. Petersburg July 6 and 7th. 1 I .
Summer is here and the Navy registered.
Jax Sailing Club members have Sailors were competing from New OfficersA 1 Riverside I

been out soaking up the sun while the Navy Jax Sailing Club for the new slate of club officers I
competing in two exciting races. Rhodes Bantam Florida champ- has been elected for the next
The Mug Race was held June and the Florida 1 ,1
ionship Regional six months. They are Al John- Chevrolet
1 from Palatka to the Rudder Day Sailors championship. Bill son, commodore; Dave Sharpe, r
Club in Orange Park. Roger Kelly sailing the "Cockspur"is vice commodore; Paul Overton, .)
Scott, NJSC, took a 1st placein 1 ,
our new Rhodes Bantam rear commodore; Skip Moyer, )11I
the 200 and class
over sailingan
champion. He finished the regatta 1st lieutenant; Robin Siegrist,
Tempest International has been Tempest.recommendedby The with a 1 1 2. In second sail master; Jean Moyer, sec- WILSON & BLANDINC ,
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Racing Kelly Girl." The third place Overton, social chairman. / II
Union the Stars in the 1 >
1972 Olympics.20th to replace. trophy was won by Peter Kay in Don't forget club meetings are PHONE SP 1-1341 II
the "Whim II." The regattawas the first Wednesday of every
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20th annual St. John's _all--looking..-. ._forward. ,w' to"next. year's., clubhouse._ ,N .. _., r
Regatta was held last weekend ; rf a ., 3M >A, 1
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