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military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


Small Stores PricesTo 4 NASers

Change on July J111e 1 1k; :: ";: Don WOUniforms

Department of Defense has clothing allowance for women will
i issued a directive which will cut become 570.'

the monthly clothing allowancefor Standard Rates 1'E .
military men and women. ?
The standard clothir allowance -
The basic allowance for men
Three chiefs and one first
in all services will become$4.80on will change to $6.90 for t P ,
class officer from
petty stepped
1 the and $8.40 for women.
July while monthly men enlisted to officer status Mon
While the maintenance allow-
-I day when they received promo-
ance will drop it will come witha -
House Committee corresponding decrease in the tions ceremonies to warrant here. officer during

price of a seabag for men.Navy-
New officers GeorgeK.
Okays Education men will have to pay $11.69 : Jones Edwin M. Jordan
less for a complete seabag as of
and James L. Austin
are cur-
July 1, while the price for women
will $4.88 for a complete rently attached to the station'sAdvanced
go up
Bill for WidowsWashington issue. Underwater Weapons
and Kenneth W.Al-
Male Marines will pay $4.39
(NavNews) -- The less for a new seabag after the len Is serving with the NAS
House Veterans Committee has change becomes effective. Ground. Electronics Maintenance -
approved a GI Bill for wives of unit.
men killed or totally disabled in New Prices S chief
Formerly a torpedoman
the service. The bill would make Nine items listed as part of a Jones has 11 years enlisted ser-
educational benefits available to complete seabag for sailors will vice behind him with the last
widows of men who die from go up the first of next month \ two being spent at NAS Jax.

service connected causes. It ranging from two cents for a I _He is currently awaiting a set
would also benefit wives of men hankerchief to $1.20 for a rain- "; W of orders. '
on. VA compensation rolls with coat. Ten items will be cheaper A chief aviation ordnancemanuntil
100 per cent disability. The woman with the peacoat the biggest saver Monday Austin is a 12

would draw $130 monthly moving from $36.40 down to h year___ N navyiuau UMJ_ ... "lut' .... rece i-
for full-time school attendanceand $25.40. ed orders to the carrier USS
$95! monthly for halftime at- Waves will have to pay $4.90 I News Briefs I I 'This WayF Franklin D. Roosevelt. '
tendance. would haveto
Schooling more for a blue uniform after Electronics Technician Chief

be completed within eight July 1 and$2.30 more for a white, Hospital Chances Care 800T5-The PUS Jax Naval Allen has been in the Navy for
years. uniform. Six other Wave items more than 10 years and is in
The Naval Hospital sent the Air Training Unit opened its
This and other committee .
will increase and seven items will receipt of orders to a school
...-, approved bills are slated; for decrease in cost. :' < ','!$.*'; .. 'followi .*message to" alMocal "' ,summer "boot camp'' this at the Naval Training Center
1.. early House consideration.: One .*.*r. commands this week outlining a week for 88 new Navymen. Great Lakes HI.
bill would permit veterans to attend Other ChangesThe change in care policy due to a The two-week program will i Wih 10 years 'naval service

Institutional::: training on initial allowance for shortage of doctors: acquaint naval reservistswith behind him former gunner'smate
part-time basis under the VA's "Due to the acute shortage of first class
clothing will also change July' the fundamentals of technician Jor-
vocational rehabilitation pro- 1. The changes won't effect medical officers anticipated by Navy life. Above company dan will soon be leaving Jax to

gram. Another would set up anew personnel already,in uniform month the hospital of July command the regular during after the commander AMS3 John Du- report for duty aboard the USS
method of computing benefits
however, the rate for newCPO's of rante shows AR H. Hutchinson Saratoga.
for veterans pursuing GI Bill hours clinic for the care non-
will stay at $300. The will of necessity how to properly tie his
studies by correspondence or for CPO's is that emergency patients Personnel a NATTC being
only change
extension courses. A third would in NESEP and be temporarily discon- neckerchief. Following their promoted to warrant officer this
men or women
permit veterans to use up to other college programs who tinued until further notice. training this summer here, week are listed on Page 4.

48 months of educational bene- are promoted to E 7 will not "Only emergency outpatientcare many of the recruits will go Also on Page 4 is a brief out-
fits under the combined GI Bill be entitled to the $300. NESEP can be provided after regu- on duty with regular naval line of he Navy's Warrant Of-
and War Orphans Educational and other students in similar lar working hours and it is units this fall. ficer and Limited Duty Offi-
Assistance strongly urged that all non- cer .
programs. programs will be allowed $21.47: programs.VP16
emergency patients be advisedto

come to the appropriate clin- Pilot Awarded
Greene Assumes
Major ic for required care during regular -

clinic hours. I
I "It is anticipated that theafter

Marine Barracks PostMaj. hours will clinic resume for nonemergencycare operations on Doctor of PhilosophyJax

or about 1 August 1968. The cooperation -
Bruce A. Greene former as a squad leader with a reconnaissance of all commands is -- LCdr. W.R. Westlake, political-military subjects which
a naval aviator attached to Patrol have been published in the "Na-
enlisted and Vietnam vet- 2nd Marine
man company it is vital the
required as to
eran, assumed command of the Division, and later as a platoon quality of patient care that will Squardon 16 here receivedhis val Institute Proceedings. _
Marine Barracks here last sergeant with the same out- be provided by the hospital staff doctor of philosophy degree
week relieving Lt. Col. R. during the month of JulY." during commencement cere- Following Fletcher's com-
L. Hyland. Colonel H viand was fit.A 1958 graduate of the Univer- monies June 9 at the Fletcher mencement exercises Com-
School of Law and Diplomacyin mander Westlake flew U.S. Senator -'
ordered to the Marine Corps sity of Florida, Major Greenewas Luncheon Speaker Named
Supply Depot, Philadelphia.As commissioned a second lieu- Boston Mass. Gale W. McGee of Wyo-
an enlisted man. Major tenant in May 1960 and was sub- Sammie Ginn, a district plant Fletcher Is a school of international ming from Boston to Washington
Greene served with the Marine sequently promoted to his present manager In Jacksonville for the affairs and is co- D.C. Senator McGee spoke at
detachment aboard the USS Wasp rank in December 1967. Bell Telephone System, will be administered by Tufts and Harvard the graduation exercises.
Since receiving his commission the guest speaker at the commanding Universities. Each year the
A he has served as a platoon officer's monthly lunch- Navy selects three officers to attend -

leader, physical training officer, eon Wednesday. the school for a twoyeartour
instructor executive officer and Department heads have been of post graduate study in y a

commanding officer of various requested to make reservations the field of 'political science. _
Marine units. for officers and civilians in their Commander Westlake attended
The new Marine Barracks departments before Monday. Re- from 1963 to 1965, and receiveda
commanding officer reported servations will be taken by the masters degree In International
here from duty asr training officer Navy Exchange Officer's secre- Affairs in 1964 and a masters
for the Third Marine Division tary at Ext. 3141 for,the noon degree in International Law and

Fleet !Marine Force. affair. The luncheon will beheldin -Diplomacy In 1965.
Along with the Good Conduct the Officers Club. Upon leaving Fletcher he was

-' Medal, Major Greene holds the assigned to the PoliticoMilitaryPolicy
; VP 45 Slates
Open House
., National Defense Service Medal Division in the Officeof

with star United Nations, Korean VP 45 will sponsor: an open the Chief of Naval Operations.It .
Navy Occupation China and house tomorrow at 9 a.m. at its was in his off-duty hours
., -. Vietnamese Service Medals. He new home in the patrol hangar during this two year period at
i" : t"-o: also wears the Vietnamese Cam complex. Hi hti9l1t will includean the Pentagon that Commander
: 't.;' I' .I.l paign Medal and the Cross of award ceremony static dis- Westlake completed his Ph. D.
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:19"4.. Gallantry with gold star. play of an P3A Orion aircraftand dissertation, "An Institutional F I Iar

'* S, ...,.,,' ....,,"-ol.'<. k The major and his wife, the a command presentation. In Approach to Inter-American Mil
t it r; '...., Relations." He has also'written
; J '... former Florence Bridges, of addition, there will be a personnel itary ,

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sonvllle with their two daughters. the movie. "To .Catch a as Diplomats Latin American -

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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 official 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.


Small Stores PricesTo : 4 NASers

Change on July J11le I _- _. Don WOUniforms

Department Defensehas clothing allowance for women will t 3 '
w i
i issued a directive which will cut become 570.

the monthly clothing allowancefor Standard Rates 4pNl.w a

military men and women. .
The basic allowance for men The standard clothing allow-

in all services will become$4.80on ance will change to $6.90 for Three chiefs and one first
July 1, while the monthly men and $8.40 for women. class petty officer stepped from
While the maintenance allow- % 4j'l: enlisted to officer status Mon-
ance will drop it will come with \ ; IF.- day when they received promo-
House Committee a corresponding decrease in the tions to warrant officer during

price of a seabag for men.Navy- ceremonies here.

men will have to pay $11.69 New warrant officers George
Okays Education less for a complete seabag as of K. Jones, Edwin M. Jordan

July 1, while the price for women and James L. Austin are cur-

Bill for WidowsWashington will go up $4.88 for a complete rently attached to the station's
issue. Advanced Underwater Weapons

Male Marines will pay $4.39 Department, and Kenneth W.A1-
(NavNews) -- The less for a new seabag after the len Is serving with the NAS
House Veterans Committee has change becomes effective.( Ground. Electronics Maintenance -
approved a GI Bill for wives of unit.
men killed or totally disabled in New Prices

the service. The bill would make Nine items listed of Formerly a chief torpedoman,
as part a
educational benefits available to complete seabag for sailors will R % Jones has 11 years' enlisted ser-
vice behind him with the last
widows of men who die from the first of
go up next month
service connected causes. It ranging from two for' two being spent at NAS Jax. '
cents a
would also benefit wives of men hankerchief to $1.20 for a rain- He is currently.awaiting a set
on VA compensation rolls with of orders.
coat. Ten items will be cheaperwith
100 per cent disability. The wo- the the biggest A chief aviation ordnancemanuntil
peacoat sav-
man would draw $130 monthly Monday Austin is a 12
er, moving from $36.40 down to
t for full-time school attendance $25.40. year ,Navyman and has received -

and $95 monthly for halftime at- Waves will have 4.90 I orders to the carrier USS
:>,... tendance. Schooling would haveto more for a blue uniform to pay after News Briefs I 'This WayI'BOOTSThe Franklin D. Roosevelt. '
be completed within eight Electronics Technician Chief
July 1 and.$2.30 more for a white
Hospital Chances Care
years. PUS Jax Naval Allen has been in the Navy for
uniform. Six other Wave items
... This and other committee The Naval Hospital sent the Air Training it more than 10 years and is in
t _.::...'. will Increase and seven items will Unit opened *
:st :r! approved bills are slated, for decrease In cost.-'\ -* following message to all..Jocal ,.summer "boot' camp"" this receipt of orders to a schoolat
+w.; early House consideration. One -. commands this week 'outlining a week' for 88 new Navymen.The the Naval Training Center,
bill would permit veterans to attend Other ChangesThe change In care policy due to a Great Lakes HI.
two-week program will Wih 10 naval service
Institutional training onparttime shortage of doctors: years
initial allowance for
acquaint naval reservistswith
basis under the VA's behind him former gunner'smate
"Due to the 'acute shortage of
clothing will also change July the fundamentals of technician first class Jor-
vocational rehabilitation
medical officers by
pro- anticipated
gram. Another would set up anew 1. The changes won't effect the hospital command during the Navy life. Above company dan will soon be leaving Jax to

method of computing benefits however personnel already the rate,4n uniform for newCPO's month of July the regular after commander AMS3 John Du report for duty aboard the USS

for veterans pursuing. GI Bill will stay at $300. The hours clinic for the care of non- rante shows AR H. Hutchinson Saratoga.

studies by correspondence or only change for CPO's is that emergency patients will of necessity how to properly tie his Personnel a' NATTC being
. extension A third would be discon-
- courses. temporarily neckerchief.
Following their
, men or women in NESEP and promoted to warrant officer this
: permit veterans to use to tinued until further notice.
other college programs who training this summer here week are listed on Page 4.
48 months of educational
": benefits are promoted to E 7 will not "Only emergency outpatientcare many of the recruits will go Also on Page 4 is a brief out-
under the combined GI Bill be after
t: be entitled to the $300. NESEP can provided regu- on duty with regular naval line of he Navy's Warrant Of-
l and War Orphans Educational lar working hours / and it Is
and other students tn similar ficer and Limited Duty Offi-
units this fall.VP16. I
Assistance that'all
programs. strongly urged non-
r programs will be allowed $2:11.47: cer
be advised:
emergency patients :;
ya Greene to come to the appropriate clin-
[ Major Assumes ic for required care during regular Pilot Awarded

clinic hours

t. "It is anticipated that the after
Marine Barracks Post hours clinic for nonemergencycare Doctor of PhilosophyJax

: will resume operations on -

' Maj. Bruce A. Greene, former as a squad leader with a recon- or about 1 of August all commands 1968. The cooperation is- -- LCdr. W.R. Westlake, political-military subjects which

enlisted man and Vietnam vet- naissance 2nd Marine a naval aviator attached Patrol
4:j. company required as it is vital to the to have been published in the "Na
, eran, assumed command of the Division, and later as a platoon quality of patient care that will Squardon 16 here, receivedhis val Institute Proceedings." .
'&: Marine Barracks here last with the doctor of
. sergeant same out- be philosophy degree
..... provided by the hospital staff
' week, relieving Lt. Col. R. fit.A during the month of Jujy.) during commencement cere- Following Fletcher's com-
4 : L. Hyland. Colonel Hyland was 1958 graduate of the University monies June 9 at the Fletcher mencement exercises Com-

.,' '': ordered to the Marine Corps of Florida Major Greene Luncheon Speaker Named School of LaW and DiplomacyIn mander Westlake flew U.S. Sen- '

.k:: Supply Depot, Philadelphia. was commissioned a second lieu- Boston, Mass. ator Gale W. McGee of Wyo-
aJ As an enlisted man Major tenant in May J960 and was subsequently Sammie Ginn, a district plant Fletcher Is a school of international ming from Boston to Washington,

.;' ..,. Greene served with the Marine promoted to his present manager in Jacksonville for the affairs and is co- D.C. Senator McGee spoke at
.' detachment aboard the USS Wasp rank in December 1967. Bell Telephone System, will be administered by Tufts and Harvard the graduation exercises.

Since receiving his commission the guest speaker at the com- Universities. Each year the
he has served as a platoon manding officer's monthly lunch- Navy selects three officers to attend

leader, physical training officer eon Wednesday. the school for a twoyeartour
instructor executive officer and Department heads have been of post graduate study in ftLCdr..rastI;
commanding officer of various requested to make reservationsfor the field of 'political science.

Marine units. officers and civilians In their Commander Westlake attended

The new Marine Barracks departments before Monday. Re- from 1963 to 1965, and receiveda

commanding officer reported servations will be taken by the masters degree In International r

tom T here from duty as training officer Navy Exchange Officer's secre- Affairs In 1964 and a masters
'" for the Third Marine Division tary at Ext. 3141 for' the noon degree in International Law and

Fleet Marine Force. affair. The luncheon will beheldin ,Diplomacy In 1965.
Along with the Good Conduct the Officers Club. Upon leaving Fletcher he was

.. Medal Major Greene holds the VP-45 Slates House assigned to the Politico-Military
National Defense Service Medal Policy Division in the Officeof

\ with star United Nations Korean VP 45 will sponsor an open the Chief of Naval Operations.It .
;'< if' Navy Occupation, China and house tomorrow at 9 a.m. at its was In his off-duty hours

/ ;- Vietnamese Service Medals. He new home in the patrol. hangar during this two year period at
?. .1''rr also wears the Vietnamese Campaign complex. Highlightswill; Includean the Pentagon that Commander

.-.1 Medal and the Cross of award ceremony static display Westlake completed his Ph. D.
Gallantry with gold star. of an P3A Orion aircraftand dissertation, "An Institutional

i ". /-r. TV ix The major and his: wife the a command presentation. In Approach to Inter-American Military -.

L /'i ..:. I JF' former Florence Bridges, of addition, there will be a per- "Relations." He has also I 1I 1

; X:....r...".i with their two; daughters. ; the movie, "To Catch a as Diplomats Latin Amer-

:Mal. Greene Shadow." ican Military Affair and other . I .
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June 20, 1968


Points J>ivirie Services t<;
[Editorial/ View ) .

Too Hot for ComfortAll ROMAN. Edwards CATHOLICSt. Chapel

do with this r:rw ; ;% SUNDAY MASS - -9
you have to do to really be to your money sum- a.m.
sure it's summer Is to take a look mer -- a new color TV, or that DAILY MASS -11:30 a.m.
outside at that clear blue sky and family vacation, It might be a SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
check the the rmometer to see how swell time to add air conditionIng r CONFESSIONS -5 p.m.-
hot it's getting. to the house or maybe redecorate { 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. -
The weather and the whole per- the place completely.Hold 7:30 p.m.
sonality of summertime make you on a minute though. Be- TUESDAYSingle
want to go out and enjoy your- fore you get all carried away with Young Catholic Organ-
self. Think how great it would be big ideas for summer, take a ization - 7:30 p.m.
to spend the summer zipping a- good close look at another ther- ...-..........__...__. _._._--

round in a new convertible withIpxfri mometer -- the one that tells Children must never play U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
you what your "credit tempera-
Don't a child by leaving the ma -
ture" is. with riding mowers. tempt
SUNDAY MASS- - -8 a.m.
The luxuries of life are great chine's motor running.Follow SUNDAY SERVICE 10 a.m.
and everyone would like to be

u1.r g4Iucariow able to enjoy more of them. But Safety Rules PROTESTANTAll
when you start reaching for too
tt, of the "no
many luxuries by way Saints Chapel
! money down, easy payment"route LawnThanks
you're asking for trouble.As While Grooming SUNDAY
1N your expenditures each Divine Worship Service10 -

month increase, you come closer a.m.Junior .
Do not carry passengers.This
and closer to the danger zone to American ingenuityand tractor and riding Youth Fellowship5 -
on your financial thermometer.Once the power lawn mower, this can cause p.m.
you're in the danger zoneIt nation has some of the best mower mishaps. Bldg #722
: e0c:4 takes only a slight increase in manicured lawns in the world. Children must A not operatethe moweris Senior Youth Fellowship -- '
financial pressures to burst your Now a boom in riding mowers machine. 6:30 p.m.
credit thermometer and you, a- and garden tractors is allowing not a toy. WEDNESDAYSenior
long with your economic securityand Americans to landscape in Stop the engine whenever you Choir Rehearsal -, -
the machine. A running
leave ;
credit standing are shat- leisure. 7:30 p.m.
tered. mower can tempt a curious THURSDAYYoung

Before you indulge yourselfor Although these riding mowers youngster. Adult Club 7
may save work, they can be justas *' Watch for holes and hidden p.m.
tItREgT your family in too many Bldg #722Olristian
: % hazardous when improperlyused hazards while on your riding
life's luxuries, take a long, hard Science Service
as the push type power mower. Always keep an eye on
look at your credit thermometer. 8 p.m. Bldg #751.
If your credit temperaturehas mowers. where you're going. . .
before back
M Look behind you
4 the of beinga
to point
gotten Council
little too warm for comfortable up. If you don't look, you may
living, don't put any addi- Don't end up as one of the run your tractor into a child or TrafficViolations

tional fuel on the fire. Let things thousands injured annually In pet.
the top down -- or maybe a cool off financially befOre you mower accidents. The National Try to keep your tractor off
trim little power-boat would be throw another log on the fire. A Safety Council's Home Safety Department roadways. Use public streets only
the thing for the hot months a- moderate temperature always suggests that you follow with extreme caution.
head. makes living more comfortable.AFPS these suggestions before tak- Disengage mowing mechan-
There are all sorts of thingsMake ( ) ing off on your new riding mow- ism before crossing drives,

er: walks or roads. The following is a report of
the You can have a beautiful lawn
Learn the rules in man-
vehicle accidents and traf-
ufacturer's manual and pay par- this summer with little work and motor
fi I IIn t Countsandths fic violations for period June I
ticular attention to learning howto no accidents if you operate your 4 through 10. S'.,

).l stop the machine quickly. riding mower safely. Number of Accidents "
elections where tens of millions of one per cent of the Keep children and pets out This Week - - -6
of votes are cast, there is 17 million votes cast in 1916 of the yard. They are in uanger PatrioticWriters Total Accidents this year through
a tendency to minimize the Importance decided the election in favor of of being injured by objects hurl- June 10- - -- 149
of a single vote or a Wilson.In ed from the mower and from Number of Accidents through
handful of votes. addition to a President, A- being run over by the machine June, 1967 - '- 182
And yet the history of American mericans in 1968 will elect all itself. Total number of days since
presidential elections is filled members of the House of Re- Fill the mower's gas tank last injury in a motor vehicle
with examples of close,hard- presentatives, one third of the before starting. A running engine Offered $$ accident-----------3
fought contests in which a tiny Senate, state governors and thou- and spilled gasoline is a Number of ViolationsThis
percentage of the total vote has sands of other state, city and local sure recipe for a fire. Week - - -53
determined the winner. officials.In Clear foreign objects from "The right of citizens of the Speeding - - -12
The election of 1916 provides each of these contests, every the work area before mowing.A United States to vote shall not Reckless Driving - -3 ,
graphic evidence of how a hand- vote is Important every small stone can become a be denied or abridged by the Going through Stop Sign -3 'L
ful of votes can swing an en- vote counts. deadly missile when picked up United States or by any stateon Other Violations-------35
and how The voting officer plays an Important and tossed by the mower's blades.Don't of
tire state a single state account race, color, or Eighty three drivers appeared -
can decide a presidential elec- role In helping to ensure wear loose fitting previous condition of servitude." before the Traffic Hearing
tion. Woodrow Wilson car- that every eligible servicemanhas clothes. They can catch in themachire's -- Article 15, the Constitution of Board at the meetingheldonJune

ried by some 3,700 votes and the the opportunity to freely exercise exposed moving parts. the United States, added in 1870. 13. Disposition the cases included -
state's electrol votes providedthe his right to vote. Put the machine in neutral "...It (faith in the ... dignityof the following: Twenty -
majority that he needed to He provides factual, accurate before starting to avoid sudden man) decrees that we, the four lost driving and parking privileges c.
be re elected. and bias free informationwhichwill starts, especially on hills. people, elect leaders not to rule aboard station for various

Thus, barely two ten thou- help the serviceman (and his Operators but to serve..." -- Dwight D. periods; 21 were assigned to
family if they accompany him), Eisenhower, Inaugural Address,
complete an eight coursein
Retirees and else The National Safety Council
employee anyone Jan. 20, 1953.
remedial driving at NATTC;
entitled to vote absentee, obtain also points out the safety meas- These are only two examplesof
15 received 12
Receive his ballot and return it in ures which should be taken while the American way of life suspensions;
were given warnings; 16 were
time be counted. operating the mower:
to expressed by Americans. How
dismissed; 31 were fined ( U.
CharterAn would you state your own thoughtson S. Commissioner); and five referred -

of retired IUJJQ wmro@ rn@lro ID I IJAX a peoples creed that the still world kindles over within for- for possible to a commanding disciplinary officer action.

organization Q liberty and a better life? Seventy seven were assessed
armed forces personnel has All service personnel are being 237 traffic points.
been founded under the name urged to express their thoughts
"National Association of Armed about this year's topic In the 'Slgn u'p f'or

Forces Retirees" to promotethe Freedom Foundation Program US Sayings Bonds
interests and welfare of retired --"A Free Ballot u A Free
military personnel. Country." New Freedom Shares0M

The charter for the organi- AIR NEWSThe Entries may be in the formof
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Mendel Rivers, chairmen of the awards are $1,000 and the Defender -
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SIHI Wood Named

r { h:' ,1 MI.1I VF-13 SOMCECIL

MtY n.iY 0 0vKa

-- AMS3 Lawrence R.
0 Wood has been designated as
;.. 1: \ Y f A Fighter Squadron Thirtecn's
"Y F "Sailor of the Month" for May.
Itr Cdr. W. J. Brandel, Jr., squadron -
commanding officer, made
e the presentation to Wood earlier
1 this month.

1 I The citation read in part:
I "While serving in the Line Division -
,' 11. : j 'your professional knowledgeand
; ,
_' "."'>\": .. reliability have distinguishedyou
JOHNSON FELT RUMBLEY as an outstanding sailor.
I SUTTON Your long hours of work and per-

Cecil Marine Presented Silver Star your sonal devotion sacrifice to have duty and certified have

won the admiration of your ship-
I mates. You have set an excellent -

Three Others Receive example and precedence for
PromotionsThree all hands to follow. Your will-
ingness and efficiency in carryingout
promotions and one Silver -, he steadfastly refused medical at School Co Hq. Bn., Marine son Hall, Washington, D.C. assigned tasks have contri-
Star Award were' presentedby evacuation and continued to direct Corps, Base, Camp, Pendleton, Felt is married to the former buted markedly to the" effectiveness -
Major H. C. Sanford, com- his unit." Calif., prior to reporting aboard Barbara S. Smith, of Fort Wayne, of the squadron.
here August 31, 1967.
manding officer of the Marine
Indiana. BS pa
Sgt. Johnson attended Palmer pp
Barracks, on June 1. Staff Sgt. James R. Felt was
The Silver Star Award was High School, Palmer Mass., and promoted to his present rank Sgt.Paul Rumbley was. pro- GIANT SWAP MEETJAX
presented to Sgt. Robert F.Johnson completed 1 year of college ,at June 1, 1968. moted to this present rank June
a native of Clearwater, Flor- the University of Massachusettsprior S/Sgt. Felt, a native of Fort 1, 1968. LARGEST FLEA
ida, for his outstanding serviceas to enlisting in the Marine Wayne, Indiana, enlisted in the Sgt.Rumbley, a native of Or- MARKET
a Platoon Sgt. with the 1st Corps.He Marine Corps, July 8, 1962 after lando, Florida, enlisted in the Come Buy, Sell or Browse-
Marine Division. The Silver Star reported aboard the Cecil' graduating from Madison Marion Marine Corps., June 7, 1965 Thousands of Items.
Award was accompanied with the Field Marine Barracks for duty High School. Hoagland, Indiana. upon graduatingfromLymanHigh Blanding Drive-In Theatre
following citation: February I, 1968. Some of S/Sgt. Felt's previous School, Lonswood, Florida. lie Every Sat. I lOam 5:45 pm
"For conspicuous galantryand Sgt. Major Walter M. Sutton duty stations are Marine Detach reported to the Marine Barracks, Sun. 12:305:45pm: .
intrepidity in action while was promoted to ,his present ment, USS Helena (CA-75)), Marine Weapons Dept., NAS Cecil Field, 768 7085 or 768 4793
\ serving as a Platoon Sergeantwith rank June 1, 1968. The Sgt. Detachment, USS Wright June 5, 1967 and was assignedto
Company K, Third Battal- Major, a native of Cullman, Ala- (CC-2)), Guard Company,Hender- the Guard Forces.
bama, entered the service May _
ion, Fifth Marines, First Marine .
: Division. On 6 September 1967 24, 1943 and 1 is a veteran of ---
Swift WWII and the Korean Conflict. ,
during Operation CompanyK
was assigned the Mission of He is married to the former
reinforcing another Marine Unit Dorothy J. Patnode of Scotia,
I' which was in heavy contact with New York.
well entrenched force of North Among some of the Sgt. Ma- (
1 Vietnamese ArmvRegulars. Upon jor's previous duty stations and
arrival at the designated area, awards during his 25 years of \
Sergeant Johnson immediately service are 2 years duty in
deployed his men and skillfully Tsin Tau, China from 1946 to
established a defensive perim- 1948.
J eter. Unhesitatingly exposing lie holds the Presidential Unit ;!
himself to intense enemy small Citation, Navy Unit Commendation '
arms, automatic weapons and Good Conduct 8th award), fc
" mortar fire, he repeatedly moved Asiatic Pacific Ribbon, WWII
Victory Medal, China Service
across open terrain to effectively -
control his unit. While moving Medal, National Defense ((2nd a-
from one position to another, ward), Korean and United Nations -
he was seriously wounded by an Ribbon, and Phillipine
1 esploding mortar round. However Presidential Citation.
! despite his painful injuries, Sgt. Maj. Sutton was stationed




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II I NATTC : Behind The SceneCdr. 1> F.

By June Goff _
William J. Tutwiler took Cdr. J. G. Ballou, who will dedication of the six flags which
over as NATTC's Executive Of- retire. on June 30. have flown over Florida was
held by three Elks lodgeson iE
ficer oil June 17. Prior to his jointly
new assignment he had been Director NATTC was host to a group of June 13. Official Flag Day
of Training since September 10 Sea Cadets and leaders from is June 14, the day in 1777, ,l
7, 1966. Before coming to LeBlanc, Louisiana, on June 11. that the Continental Congress ...
NATTC, Cdr. Tutwiler was Air The visitors were given an orientation adopted a design for the National ... 'C._3aM
Traffic Control Specialist with tour through AE and AO flag. Observance was held "
the Federal Aviation Agency in Schools. early to avoid conflict with other
Washington for three years. programs in the local area.
Since Commander Tutwiler began Six were appointed to War- Approximately 300 persons
his naval career in July 1941, rant Officer, W 1, by Capt, witnessed the raising of the flags
he has served in the following R. P. Kline on June 17 in the by the NATTC Color Guard and F .
squadrons: VB -11 Guadalcanal captain's office. They are Ronald heard Jim Cullinane of Southside q
Battle of Solomons; VB 4 A. Cleven. James F. Kinc. Lodge 2014, narrate the historyof
Atlantic Fleet USSRangerVB-; Ronald W. Henley, Louis A. each flag.
4 and VF 4 Pacific Fleet Caron, Lucian R. McComas and The Drill Team participatedin
USS Bunker Hill and USS Essex Joseph P. Zonkel. the 15th Annual Watermellon

(Philippines Leyte, Formosa, Festival held in ChIefland, Fla.
Japan, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, Indo on June 15.
Chief Paul W. Hetz
China); CAG 17 USS Frank- be seems They performed to a crowd of
destined to re enlist at
lin D. Roosevelt. spectators.
NATTC on June 14. Hetz will .
the Commander's 27
During be an instructor in AE (I) School NATTC XO seated
year naval career,he has receiv- Military and civilian person- NEW XO Cdr. William J. Tutwiler, new ( )
ea the Distinguished Flying here. His previous dutywaswith nel at NATTC extend their deep- discusses decisions with Cdr. J. G. Ballou, who is retiring

Cross, five Air Medals, the Navy Heavy Attack Reconnaissance est sympathy Mrs.Doris Lund- after serving as XO at NA TTC. Commander Tutwiler becameXO
Squadron 5 aboard the USS A-
Commendation Medal, four blom. Her Mother, Mrs. LeahB. at NATTC Monday.
merica based In Sanford Fla.
Presidential Unit Citations (VB4 Bragg of 5050 Plaris St. died
VF 4, USS Bunker Hill. as an avionics supervisor. June 13 after anextended illness.
During one of his tours at Lundblom Is WO LDO Programs
USS Essex), the Pacific Cam- Mrs. manage
NATTC, Chief Hetz received a ,
paign Medal with seven stars ment at
Liberatlonwith letter of commendation for havingthe .
stars, the American Campaign most outstanding Leadership NATTC acted as host to Lt. EM'sTwo
Open Top
School in the of the Naval
Medal, Naval Reserve Medal Durval A. Da Coasta of the Bra-
World War II Victory Medal. Air :Technical Command. Hewas zilian Navy, Lt. (j. g.) MiguelA.
American Defense Medal and senior Instructor at Leadership! De Aouza of the Uruguayan of the Navy sponsored more than 14 years of active naval -
Philippine Republic Presidential School 1962. from mid 1960 through Navy, and De Souza's wife Bertaon active duty enlisted to officer service. USNR and TAR
Citation. a tour of St. Augustine on programs.which do not include USN personnel must have com-
Chief Hetz resides with his wife
Commander Sunday June 16. They were accompanied a college education are the pleted at least six years but not
and children
uated from the grad-Ala- at 5972 Blackthron by Lt. D. F. Walsh, Warrant Officer and the Limited more than 14 years of active naval -

bama with University BS degree In Road. . a phase officer at AE (a) School. Duty Officer programs.The service, USNR and TAR per-
The party was joined in St. Warrant Officer program sonnel must have completed at
chemistry. and his wife, the NATTC's Color Guard
par- Augustine by City Councilman, of least six but than
former Ward provides a path advancementto years not more
Betty reside at ticipated in a ceremony held at
Harry Gutterman and USO Re- officer for 30 of active naval service.
7472 Greenway Dr. St. Johns River Park, marking warrant status out- years
Commander Tutwiler relieves Commemoration of Flag Day.The presentative Adolph GuIdi, who standing chief and first class Applicants must be a high
accompanied the group on most petty officers (Pay grades E 6 school graduate or the equivalent
of the tour. through E 9)) of the Regular and must be recommended by the
Say Alohato The tour Included a movie, Navy, Naval Reserves on active commanding officer. Each appli-
Ripley's Museum, Marineland, duty and the TAR program for cant must be on active duty at
Your Neighbor! the Old Fort, Potter's Museum, performance of duty in the tech- the time of his application Is
Lightner Municipal Expositionand nicial field indicated by their enlisted considered by the selection
.' a stop over at the USO ratings. A selectionboard board. If selected, he must remain -
for refreshments. normally convenes in Februaryto on active duty until the time
DRIVE TO While at Marineland, the group consider applicants. his appointment is terminated,
treated lunch
was to at the
Marlneland Restaurant, by the General Requirements LDO ProgramThe
USO. At the luncheon the foreign
Applicants lor appointment under -
officers were presented a certificate the Warrant Officer Limited Duty Officer
HAWAII by Mr. Gutterman pro- must meet the general ellgibllty program program provides a path of ad-
claiming them "Honorary Conquistador's vancment to commissioned offi-
requirements. They must be a
of the Nations Oldest citizen of the United States and cer status for selected warrant
City". The certificates officers of the for
DAYTONA BEACH were USN personnel must be at least Regular Navy
signed by St. Augustine's Mayor 23 years of age, but not have the performance of duty In the
Hamilton D. Upchurch and Mr. reached their 31st birthday as of broad technicial field associatedwith

H4W44fJ" Gutterman.The July 1. USNR and TAR person- their former warrant. Appointments -
\\ men were also given nel must be at least 23 yearsof are made by the Pre-
a passes for the sightseeing trains age but may not have reached sident, by and with the advice
and stop over privileges, their 39th birthday as of July 1. and consent of the Senate, In
\\ci: good for the duration of their USN personnel must have com the Line or Staff Corps.

stay at NA TTC. pleted at least six: years but not Male Warrant officers of the
Regular Navy, serving in gradesW
2 and W 3, may apply
2301 S. AtlHtic Av.., for appointment under the Limited -
Duty Officer program. A
HAS EVERYTHINGI selection board will normally be
AT convened In February to consider -
such request.
,. Special Those Limited Duty Officers
(Temporary) selected for pro-
rM'j Military Rates motion to lieutenant commanderwill
be considered for permanentstatus

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accomodationi. Exotic Polynesian Applicants for appointment under -
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Feeturinw WorWt GractMtF SOBS male warrant officers of the
Supper .
>KfMf o-Ity Regular Navy, temporary or
3 Shows Nit.l y NO gruT1GI permanent, serving in gradesW
2 W 3 the time of
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STATE. . .. . . . . . ... DOWNTOWN-! 104 W. Beaver St. EJL 5-766Z Bureau of Naval Personnel between -
NORTHSIDE-6308 Main Sr. PO 55591 October 1 and December
WESTSIDE-532 Casio As. EV 87371SOUTHSIDE 15 of the in which appll-
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----------------------------------------- -L Personnel Instruction 1120.18N
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Pace 6 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER.- June 20, 1968

Civilians' Due Bigger Pay Checks

The new civil service pay schedule, shown In the chart below, will become effective on the July 14.


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Grade I 2 3 4 5 6. 7 8 9 10

} t i GS-l 3889 4019 4149 4279 4408 4538 4668 4798 4928 5057
r GS-2 4231 4372 4513 4655 4796 4937 5078 5219 5360 5501
t GS-3 4600 4753 4907 5060 5214' 5367 5521 5674 5828 5981
trnrmndt GS-4 5145 5316 5487 5658 5829 6000 6171 6342 6513 6684
GS-5 5732 5924 6115 6307 6498 6690 6881 7073 7265 7456
GS-6 6321 6532 6743 6955 7166 7377 7588 7799 8010 8221
GS-7 6981 7214 7447 7680 7913 8146 8379 8612 8845 9078
11'; GS-8 7699 7956 8213 8470 8727 8984 9241 9498 9755 10012
.. GS-9 8462 8744 9026 9308 9590 10154 10154 10436 10718 11000
;" ..'..,,<,' 'i Ji.:0. GS-10 9297 9607 9917 10227 10537 10847 11157 11467 11777 12087
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100 PER CENT Capt. C. T. Faulders, NARF CO, presents GS-13 14409 14889 15369 15849 16329 16809 17289 17769 18249 18729
GS-14 16946 17511 18076 18641 19206 19771 20336 20901 21466 22031
W. D. Harkins a certificate of achievement in recognitionof
GS-15 19780 20439 21098 21757 22416 23075 23734 24393 25052 25711
100 per cent participation in the Zero Defects Program by 22835
GS-16 23596 24357 25118 25879 26640 27401 28162 28923
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GS-17 27139 28014 28889 29764

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! Form 57 Expires July I
the "unassembled" examination
The Civil Service Commissionhas process in which a candidate is Job
reminded all federal job- rated experience and education Opportunities OpenMerit
seekers that beginning July 1 Job hunters who have already
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Quick and easy to fill out, it will be received as before until are listed below. The through the close of business ployees of the federal govern-
provides all the information a they are gone. area of consideration and closing Monday. ment. Applications for these portions -
hiring official needs to decide date of each is shown. MPB No. 108 68 Supervisory should be filed with IRD,
whether the applicant seems suit- The new veterans assistanceact MPB No. 72 67 Plan D aerospace engineer, GS 12. Box 22. NAS Jacksonville, Fla.,
ed for a particular vacancy.If Public Law 90-77, desig- Grade levels GS-4 and below, Areas of consideration: NARF, 32212.
the decision is favorable,the nates the beginning of the MBP No. 79 67 Plan C all NAS, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, For further information .regarding -
officer may ask the applicant to Vietnam era as Aug. 5, 1964. semi skilled positions pay level FAETULANT, Navy Hospital, these positions, see the
submit Form 171, Personal Veterans who served after that seven and below and MPB No. Navy Commissary Stores, Navy copies of the bulletins or an-
Qualifications Statement, whichis date are eligible for all the 83 67 Plan B all skilled posi- Recruiting Station, Jacksonville, noucements or call Ext. 2320.
an improvement on the old 57. benefits previously limited to tions pay level eight and above. and Tinker Air Force Base,Oklahoma .mt) '_,
Form 171 will also be used in veterans of wartime service. Area of consideration: NAS, City, Okla. Applicationswill 1,< ;
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, be accepted through the closeof 1
FAETULANT, Navy Hospital, business June 27. .
Navy Commissary Stores and MPB No. 109 -68 Industrial
Navy Recruiting Station, Jack- engineer technician, GS5..Areaof
sonville. Applications for these consideration: NARF, NAS,
positions will be accepted at any NARTU COMFAIRJAX, FAE-
1 time. A seperate applicationmust TULANT, Navy Hospital, Navy : .
I be filed for each positionin Commissary Stores and Navy Recruiting > :,
which interested. Station, Jacksonville. ,Jt. .{
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Engineer, .GS 5, 7, 9.and 11. through the close of business .f
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until the needs of the ser- controller, GS 6, MPB No, ":"
vice are met and will be con- 111 68 supervisory driver ,
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Overseas nc6nts! UnauthorizedFor Reunion
I Dens .. I2th Taiihook

Low RankingEnUsted Personnel : To Meet in Las VegasThe

Washington (NavNews) -- The men in lower grades are not
Pentagon's Per Diem Committee authorized to have dependents ov-
has ruled that low-ranking erseas. The rule,which goes into k 12th annual combined Na- Missions. Over TheNorth"
enlisted men who marry over- effect July 1, will apply to any vy Industrial Taiihook Reunion plaques will be presented by the
seas will not be eligible to collect dependents of the affected grades. v will be held in Las Vegas, Nev., Secretary of the Navy.
station per diem housing and cost from Sept. 20 to 22 Commander in Chief of
of living allowances while abroad. Smoking and Drivtog The reunion of naval pilots the Pacific Fleet, Adm. John
This ruling would applytoenlisted who have flown from carrier; llyland will present special a-
men in the grades E 1 Washington (NavNewsSmoking decks is organized yearly to wards, including approved individual -
through E 4 with fewer than in an automobile is a traffic t provide an opportunity for car- contractor's awards. Finally -
four years of service. E 4s hazard. Attention given to a cig- rier aviators to meet and exchange Adm. Thomas 11. Moore,
with more than four years of arette, pipe or cigar detracts ideas about naval avia- chief of Naval Operations, will
service and the. remaining from alertness which should be 1 tion programs. deliver the principal banquet ad-
enlisted ranks will continue to given to driving. This year, the annual reunion dress.
receive these allowances. Minor mishaps in handling a will take place at Las Vegas' Following the banquet, mem-
Although this change will hit cigarette, a speck of ash in the Flamingo Hotel. A full sched- bers are invited to attend one
young families hardest, it will eye, fire In the ash tray, or a ,, ; ule of events is planned for the of several.extravaganzas at the
emphasize the general rule that cigarette dropped on the seat ;)3 ;jt';,; ) two-day reunion. Tropicana, Dunes or Stardust
or carpet -- can cause a major ,:. 'It' ;; #.' '1' The first event on the agenda Hotels. Sunday morning there
Defensive driving is the best traffic accident. .: -.(J' will be a social hour Friday will be a brunch in the Fla-
Here are some guidelines to .' ;;,. ''.' from 6 to 8 p.m., with the remainder mingo Hotel.Ktembershlp.
to stay alive. Watch out :
for the other guy. make your driving safer: 't. of the evening set asideas fee for the reunion
Besides the smoke that gets a get-acquainted period. is $39 which includes two
in your eyes, the carbon monox- \ Saturday, the first full day of nights at the hotel, two social
ide and the nicotine that get into the reunion will feature an air- hours, the awards banquet, one
your blood impair visual sharp- show at McCarran Field begin- ticket to a Las Vegas extrava-
W&cowttRokZt ness. J Sd" A ning at 10:30 a.m. with the"Fly- ganza and the Sunday morning
A motorist cannot give full ing Professor, Bill Ross and his brunch.
attention to his driving while F3F, Bill Fornof and his F8F Application blanks for reser-
fumbling for a cigarette, while and Bob Hoover with his P-51, vations are expected to be distributed
lighting it, while disposing of and the Navy's flight demonstration during the first weekof
103rd St. at Wesconnett nivd. ashes or while extinguishing the team, The Blue Angels. July. Applications and checks
We Wire Flowers butt. Beginning about 1 p.m. Satur- should be made'out to "Tail-
Phone SP 1-.1770 or SP '1-025C day will be an ExecutiveFlagOfficer hook Association"be submitted -
CASTAWAYTina golf tournament for about date insure
at an early to
A Savings Bond registered in Louise is one of the unfor.
of the
10 12 foursomes at one
to reservations. Checks should be
Every Occasion co-owner form becomes the sole tunate castaways on Gilligan'sIsland.
Las Vegas Golf courses.A mailed to Cdr. D.S. Laird, Tail-
and 'absolute:: property of the Obviously being marooned
FREE DELIVERY surviving co-owner should the hasn't adversely affectedher. social hour Saturday from 6 hook Treasurer, VRF-32, NAS
JEWELL J. SMITH/ : other owner die. to 8* p.m. will be followed by the North Island, San Diego, Calif.,
Awards Banquet where 200 !92135.

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Movies Club


Mop'les will be shown nightly SchedulesACEY
at the NAS Jax theatre at 7JO
p.m. There will also be a Kiddie
Matinee at 2 Saturdays anda
p.m. DUCEY CLUB -- tomorrow
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun night features the Mark Ads should be mailed to. the lIolt Publishing Company 1950 Blending 131 yd. Jacksonville,
days and holidays. The hospital Castle Florida 32210 to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
DanceBandSaturdayhearthe arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
theatre will have one ni htlyfea" sounds of the Five Clubs. publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
ture at 7 p.m. Cecil Field will Sunday night John T. Luns- be received WITH the copy for the ad.
have two nightly allows duringthe ford and The 8 Balls will ap-.
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Matinees pear for your listening find Do Not Send Cash
; will be shown on weekends dancing pleasure. Sunday is
>- at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY. game night beginning at 6 p.m.
June 20 No shorts, slacks, or cullotsare Rate: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . .$2.00
allowed. Children under

)1 NAS: "DAY OF THE EVIL ten years of age are not per- Per additional line ((4 words per line). . . 0.50
.," GUN" starring Glenn Ford and mitted to participate. Happy
Arthur Kennedy. Rating Very Hour Is from 4 to 6 p.m.
';. Good. ((103 min.) Monday through Wednesday. Our

I;' SEBASTIAN" starring Anthone pork steak and veal cutlets for Parts & Service Performance RADIO COMBINATION, Multi- NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900
Quinn and Anjanette Comer.Rat- 85#. Friday Shrimp plate for Cars, Inc., 2144 BlaMing speed changer, dual speakers, blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and
h f r Ing Very Good. ((119 min.) 85# and fish fillet (all you can Blvd., 388-0428. auto turn off. Like new. Pay Unfurn. Apts. All new paint,2BR,
*,: C. FIELD "IRMA LA DOUCE" eat) 90 Saturday is spaghetti -
UNFURN. HOUSE 2 BR.NEWLY balance of $63 or $8 Per month. LR, Kit Furn, Nook, Park 2
:. starring Jack Lemon and plate 900, child's plate for & &
Decort. $80, 7710348. Phone 353-1946 ask for Credit cars, water sewage garbageincl.
Shirley MacQaine. Rating -Exr' 600. Sunday Is our buffet for
Manager. Will deliver without only $85 mo. for unfurn.
t cellent. ((146 min.) $1.25, also featured is chickenin HELP WANTED obligation. A-l Music Center. Call 387-2541, flues and week-
Is, FRIDAY, June 21 the basket for 750. Mon- Male or Female 1606 Main St. ends Call 389-0744.
day stuffed bell peppers for Part Time
i.: NAS: "DANGER ROUTE" 650 and bar b que chickenfor Immediate EmploymentCall HAVE LISTINGS FOR SEVERAL LAKE LOTS
H.' starring Richard Johnson and 750 Tuesday- stuffed pork 389-1744 for Privately Owned Cars Large lots on Santa Fe Lake.
t. Carol Lynley. Rating Good. chop for 850! and beans & franks appointment 9 12 A.M. 768 3618 Terms. Call Owner 3877379.DO .

I ((99 min.) for 500. SINGERS FOR $15
l" EVIL GUN" starring Glenn Ford CPO CLUB Pizzas go for 750 64 Chevrolet Impala 4 dr., H/T, Good Sewing condition.Machines Does, left instorage. JOCKEY?? For information call:
|r.t t and Arthur Kennedy Rating. tonight. The Moonliters will entertain Auto/trans., V-8, PS/PB, real complete with attachments everything, 356 8351, Day or Night.
1:, Very good. ((103 min.) tomorrow evening. Try clean. $1095.66FORD Yours for $15.
'' C. FIELD: "GUNS FOR SAN the seafood special for $1.25., FALCON CLUB COUPE storage FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
each. Call 353-1946. Will deliver
:." SEBASTIAN" starring Anthone The Bud Clark Combo will be 6 Cyl., std. trans, economy, no obligation. A-l WARE-- Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
;: Quinn and Anjanette Comer. Rat- under the spotlight Saturday ev- 24,000 miles. $1195. Call Mr. HOUSE 1606 MAIN ST. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
:" ing Very Good. ((119 min.) ening. A sirloin steak will be Madison, Base Ext. 2431, or Call Powell or Mills, USN
j SATURDAY, June 22 featured for 165. 3845941. WE FINANCE. '63 FIAT 4-DR SEDAN $500. Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
Phone 3896085. Realty.
i t't NAS; "HOW TO SAVE YOUR "O" CLUB -- Enjoy the beef- FOR SALE REGRIGFREEZERAdmiral
; MARRIAGE AND RUIN YOUR eaters buffet today from 6 to 2 dr., 19' $150. Refrig. "REAL ESTATE: We will help UNFURNISHED HOME FOR
1! LIFE" starring Dean Martin and 9 p.m. There will be a 10 sale 13' $25. Kenmore Auto/Washer you Buy, Sell or Invest." RENT 2103 Holly Leaf Lane,Or-
i P<> Stella Stevens. Rating Very on the bar from 4 to 6 p.m. $25. Gas Dryer$15.Elect/Mower Bowen Real Estate, Realtor ange Park. Fine Modern home,
Good. ((110 min.) Happy Hour tomorrow and Sat- $15. Bunkbeds $20. Crib/Matt., USN Retired 384 1376A 3 BR. 2 Baths Closed In Ga-
1 HOSPITAL: "DANGER urday held from 3:30 to 6 p.m. $10. 3 mo. old Gas Range $75. ragebuilt-in stove&dishwasher.

ROUTE" starring Richard Johnson will feature a Champagne S c1al.Tomorrow's 771-2983. Civilian UseForServiccKnow Drapes. Available 5 July Call
and Carol Lynley. Rating entertainment fea- 1963 SAAB, GOOD COND., How Lr. Cdr. or Mrs. Umbach 264-
': Good. ((99 min.) tures Sam Ross and Saturday'swill R&H., Good Tires. $325. Call Major Company has openings In 6116 or Capt. B. H. Troemel

;, C. FIELD: "DAY OF TIlE be Johnny Jellnek. Stars Taylor Ext. 30672463723. most areas of Fla., for men 264-6759. $185 mo.
of ability, Iniatlve and desire
EVIL GUN" starring Glenn Ford and bars will be held Saturday ORTEGA HILLS BRICK 3BR.: for higher than average earnings. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1
and Arthur Kennedy. Rating from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesdayis 2 Bath, Garage, Central Heat. Complete training provided. Included Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean
Very Good. ((103 min.) foreign dish night. $105.72 Mo. After $450 Down. telephone number when modern trailers & Apts. 389-
MATINEE: "BACK DOORTOHELL" ,No Closing. 7234 Wonder Lane. addressing inquiry to: 3007. 5
i starring Jimmie Roger LUTIIERN SERVICE CENTER- 5
:. War Drama. FOR LEASE Supervisor DELRAY MANOR 110th 4
;. :: Come to the free dance this 2911 McCoy Road
SUNDAY June 23 Saturday night at the Luthern 3Bedroom 2 Bath Nice Home, Orlando, Florida 32809 Karen St. New all brick homes
Service Center., 19 W. ForsythSt. 7230 Ortega Hills Dr. EV7-2503. AC Low 20's. Building Lots
NAS: "SOL MADRID" star- 8:30 Live Available. Floyd White, Bldr.
at p.m. music FOR SALE-STUDIO COUCH $75,
; ring David Stella 771-5643.
will be by the Crypts.Free .
provided Lounge chair with Hassock $45,
Stevens. Rating- Very Good. refreshments. By NAS. Clean 3 Br., Brick,
((98 min.) Fla. Rm., 2 Bath, Garage, Chain DOUBLE BEDROOM SET $100, 7 FULL BLOOD GERMAN
HOSPITAL: "HOW TO SAVEA Link Fence, Air Cond., Central White Satin Headboard $25, anda SHEPHERD PUPS For Sale, 5
MARRIAGE AND RUIN YOURLIFE" FLEET RESERVE -- Happy Heat, Trees. 7228 Wonder La. B&W TV $50. Day #2841, Nite wks. Beautifully marked.
Hour is from 4 to 5 p.m., Mon- 388..7581ART 384-3005 ask for SOKOL. 264-2964.
starring Dean Martin and day through Friday. Sundaydanceto
Stella Stevens. Rating Very the music of Sam Lester and CLASSES AGE 10 & OVER FOR RENT ORANGE PARK
:; Good. ((110 min.) the Confederates from 9 p.m. Mon. & Wed.,Orange Park,Instr. 1967 LAMBRETTA (MOTOR- Large 3 Br., 2 Bath, L.R. D.R.

MONDAY, June 24 until 1 a.m. Lenore Byrd. 388-5984. Helmet SCOOTER included.) Less than3000 Call 724-8159.miles. Den, FP Cent. Air DWSAR
''I Stove, Shady. 2649795.
talie Wood. Rating Superior Orange Park,temp or permanent LARK Electric shift. Fiber-
Qtrs. Will rent to bachelors. glass. Gator trailer. 724-8159
((150 min.) !,t AIR CONDITIONERS 264-6884
David McCalum and FOR SALE 12 x 36 SWIMMING
: Stella Stevens. Rating Very >L... NEW Good. ((98 min.) XC'.::; NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES 6330 Woodman Dr. Large,Equip., Cond., 771-6757.
:' near bases, Call 771-5745.
:. Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms 3BR., Den, dishwasher, A/C,
****************** :" In & Browse! FOR SALE 60 VOLKSWAGEN
'. Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come $400. Ph. 387-4719. drapes, $800 dwn., assume FHA
DAYTONA mortgage. 771-5913.

5326 103rd 7710750MONEY UTILITY TRAILER, 6''x 8'
Daytona International with overload springsdirectional $50, $100 DOWN [HOMES, 2,3,4
lights,. 2 spare tires. Also Br., 1 1/2 & 2 baths, total pay-
Speedway. NIVCO REVERBERATOR. Ph. ments from $75 to $105 Mo.
!, 7710103. Furn. & ttrif urn., Rentals. No
the'Firecracker qualifying, equities. For all your
presents I FOR SALE or RENT 3 BR., Real Estate Needs Call Godwin

400' Cash Monthly Months Garage, Kit. equip. Lvly corner Broker, 384 4758. 24 Hrs.
: You Get Payment to. Pay lot. 14 yrs. equity, 4 1/2 jo
I IK 1 DAY G.I. no qualifying, $65.25 mo. CHEVROLET IMPALA '60 V-8,
....",,J P: .t $ 84.33 $5.00 24 Rent $85 mo. Desire 2 yr. lease. 4 dr., R&H, AC. AT, PS, PB,
'" 7714356. 1 owner, cln,low mine.359-7013.
; r> 1000; A.M.-Jvly 4, 219.27 13.00 24 . . . . .
\pirF,.>; $25 t o $600 ****..ttitniNir.....****xsr.ytyr***.**..
One of the most exciting competitIon -
:"," .:'; packed races In the 320.79 1.9.0f'. ''.F 3.': CndaThoiiagv

U. S. today.An 427.51 25- 24 {l"t'J'.l' ; 1. ",y'' '
air conditioned bus will t ARRANGED ;
go from NAS & Cecil Field 500,51 29.00 24 "' %; ..;'. PresentsBetlnTwirling
main directly to Day- t' : -
tona. Fare includes round trip BY PHONE 600.00 34.39 24 .. DAY CAMP.9 AM to 4 PM
transportation and admission
ticket. Payments include interest. ; GIRLS OF SCHOOL AGE
Beginners,.* Intermediates Advance
After the race the bin will
CAMP DATES (Fee $20. week)
beautiful Daytona Beach per
:' go
for the rest of the day. e DiaL FINANCE COMPANY 1st Week August 5th 9th
Complete Package 2nd Week August 12th 16th

ONLY 17.95 4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384-2314 All ph...Dane.. of Baton Routines twit including

(Two installments accepted) 15b-0715 By National Baton Twirling Teachers
2.BST\\ roimui ST. W "
For reservations or information -
CALL 781 0684. 5256 HE \('II UOIJI.) rV\KI: ) /DIM)/ l )13'-2s'15) "Miss' Northeast Florida" Enrollment Limited. Act NOW?!

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Career ac'k' I II VA-86 Strike Enemy Pilots

With Chief "

, Dislocation Allowance (DLA) Travel Regulations, the DLA Is Supply LinesCECIL

for a member without dependentsIs payable to a member with dependents j_ :
-- Pilot: from Attack
now payable to all paygradeswho whenever dependents
I have been transferred on a relocate their household in con- Squadron Eighty-Six continued

permanent change of station with nection with a permanent changeof ; their attack on the enemy this
effective date of orders on or station or whenever a member e > week when they struck North
after Oct. I, 1967. without dependents is transferredto Vietnamese supply lines in the
l, The term "member without a permanent duty station where cj 'k : ri southern panhandle, concentrating -

.j dependents" as used for payment he is not assigned, to government nLi on trucks and barges.
t of DLA, means a member, quarters. During the raid, three truck
't regardless of pay grade, who DLA is a taxable item and is p were destroyed 28 miles southof
has no dependents, or who is not included in the taxable wages reported Vinh. The strike leader Com
i; entitled to transportation of dependents on the form W-2 issuedat -'; mander David G. Bennett, and
" In connection with a the end of the calendar year. his wingman, Lt. Charles S.

:I' permanent change of station(E-4 Regulations require that 20<7o/ of Bratton, reported the trucks were
less than 4 years, E-3, E-2 and the amount of the DLA paymentbe ---- near the Intersection of two high

E-1)). withheld for Federal Tax pur- __ ways. They used flares to illu-
i The amount payable as a DLA pose. The tax is not withheld on Y e minate the target.Describing .
is i an amount equal to the applicable the Voucher\ covering the paymentof : the strike, Bratton
: monthly rate of basic DLA but is entered on the said, "It was just intuition to
allowance for quarters of a single pay record and deducted from a zN use the flares at this point. I
member even though hemayhave subsequent regular pay check. : thought this was the place to
dependents for the purpose of < use them most effectively. We
entitlement to the basic allow- knew the routes were used heavily
ance for quarters. This allow- Buy A\ at night for moving supplies.
ance will not be pro-rated nor The flares lighted the area and
paid more than once in connection we saw the trucks moving down
i with anyone permanent change of the highway at high speed."
il station. BondsKOASTThCOAS 1 Bennett continued: "I rolled in

Except as provided in paragraph on the trucks, my first bomb hit
1<< M-9004, Volume 1, JointV the lead truck and it burst into

t I v-.- ...*X *-..., ..,. ", _.7,,,,,,'.!',,,,.,,,,_,,,,,,,,__ I flames. The rest of the string
!'I went right down the road and into

I,} d t the other trucks. They were still

'". burning when we left the area."

The pilots then left the area to
-I a strike a group of camouflagedbarges.

", -- They reported that all

; SHOVELING A BUCKET..Bob Mahaffey, CPO Club Mana- their bombs were on target from but
darkness prevented
1J\t ger, (left) is assisted by Mr. M. E. Elkins during ground accurately assessing the dama e.
breaking ceremonies for the new CPO Pool. This new way of

ground breaking was due to Hurricane Abby's visit to the Other pilots of Air Wing Six
reconnoitered inland and coastal
area. waterways for enemy supply
barges and other logistic craft.
Ground Broken In Bucket
A generally heavy cloud cover
s Z t .i Jy.:;: Yrs :
', : prevented accurate damage a -
i?ty;3't';::i.Ya4; ; .};,:{;%' J;
3 sessment but pilots were con-
For Chief's New Pool fident that at least three barges

it, were destroyed and six others

It CECIL--Hurricane Abbydidn't With the ground breaking! out heavily damaged by their strikes.In .

stop('the ground breaking cere- of the way, all the chiefs and an attack ot under-ground,

mony that was scheduled at the their guests settled down to"Bar- storage areas near Vinh, Cdr.
1j 1// new site for the CPO pool here, becue Spare Ribs" along wit h Jack E. Russ, skipper of VA-
but modifications were free beer.
some 86, said, "The target was out-
made. Due to the rain and wind, The pool Is being constructedby lined by the sharp contrast ofa
a bucket of sand was carried into the M.E. Elkins Company of green field surrounding what
j, AND CimiAH PfRSINNEL the club and the traditional shov- Jacksonville at a cost of$55,015.Completion .
looked like
a long, sandy, rec-
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% :'Sa s. % '
: f : %: cr :;: yy;% ; into the scheduled
el used here pushed of the is -
was pool
field with lot of roads
' tangular a
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' Girls Sought to Attend- Party r; I I''

Mayport Midshipman BallJax Honors .

-- Commander Destroyer: First and:!Third Class.Midship OfficersJax '
Squadron 142 and the Jacksonville -
men currently attached to May-
Junior Chamber of Com-
port destroyers will attend -
merce wil co host a formal the affair as will Invited -- Arriving and:! departing i
Midshipmen Ball July 12 at young ladies of the Jacksonville k NAS officers will be hostedat
the Mayport Naval Station's Offlcer's civilian community.Officials a hail and:! farewell party at i I
Club from 9 p.m. until and coordinators of the Officers Club Tuesday even- '
1 a.m. the >t: ?' ,
Midshipmen's Ball : d
are Inviting < "' '
': ing.The
interested ladies of the ;-t 7 to 9 p.m. event will
Active Reserve .
Navy Community between 18 and:! "" feature hors d'oeuvres with
21 to attend. 4 Mexican flavor and the club will
Duty Counts Young ladies interested in obtaining be decorated in an Olympic theme
a formal invitation to the : NAS officers and key civilians
Midshipmen's Ball should contact may make reservations by calling -
On RetirementThere Commander Destroyer Division .lifr Cdr. Robert A. Gibson at
142, Mayport Naval Station by ; Ext. 2516.Heading.
are now many new open- calling 246 5332 by July the list of new arri-
ings in the Naval Air Reserve 5. vals is Capt: B. W. Dean new
Veteran Program.This Only those holding an inviat- executive officer. Other reporting -
program consists of two tion will be admitted to the ball.N.vy are Commanders W. L.
divisions--one for former Navyor Berkey and M. C. Premo; Lt.
Coast Guard enlisted person- Rliff Commanders W. L. Armstrong
nel, and the other for personnel H. D. Harris J. C. Owens
of the other branches of the .a: 1\\ and G. C. Brown.
Armed Forces.In Will Hln Also arriving are LieutenantsC.
the first case, a veteranof l R. Carlson R. C. Miller
the Navy or Coast Guard Washington (NavNews) -- Do : D. I I. Mattson Lt. (J. g.) B.
who formerly held an aviation you have a son or daughter under t"t".d:: O. Baumgartner and CWO's J.
rating and who can meet the 23 years old who needs : : : E. Lazenby and:! G. S. Hollinger. .
age and physical requirementscan financial aid for undergraduate Departing are Cdr. H. L. Donald -
continue to keep his "hand college? How about preparatoryor current NAS executive
in the game" by joining the vocational schooling? Must f: ,:;;;;., "#.:'W-.1;; officer and Cdr. E. A. Heflin
Veteran's Program. Perhaps one you borrow money at interestto .' Others leaving are Cdr. J. G.
of the main advantages of this pay for this training? Depending McWilliams; LCdr. F. E. Sims;
Cdr. 11.
Ross ( )
program is the fact that if a on the size of your familyand manding officer of Patrol r com- In the Far East at Sangley Point Lieutenants E. Mayfield R. A. -
Squadron Philippines Hann, B. D. Huda:R. W. Ronk
veteran made "quota" for advancement the amount of family assets Sixteen, relieved
while on active duty and income can you assist by Cdr. was J. R Farrell ((1)-) The Mad Foxes will be work- A. J. Colettt F, A. Akel R.
he later may be advanced to that them? Are they willing to help Patrol Squadron Five's skipper ing with U. S. and NATO 'forces H. Schnauss J. M. Garner and
grade in the Naval Air Reserve with their own expenses by work from. deployment in Rota,Spain In the Mediterranean area. Although Lt. (j. g.) E. H. Boone.
.jf he Is still eligible.In ing summers? Will they be ableto early this month. This was the most of their flying will .
the second case, a veteranof maintain acceptable scholastic second time in twelve months the be out of the U. S. Naval Station -
another branch of the Armed progress? "Mad Foxes" of VP-5 have relieved Rota Spain, operational Approximately 60 per cent of
Forces who formerly held a job If your answer to these ques- VP 16's "Eagles" from commitments will carry them all purchases of Series E Sav-
code which correlates with one tions is "yes," the Navy Relief deployed duty. throughout the European continent. ings Bonds are made through the
of those in the Naval Air Reserve Society is ready to help you. Last May the relief took place Pavroll Savings Plan.
and who can also meet Two million dollars have been
the age and physical require- set aside to be'used for interest-*
ments, may be enlisted In the free loans to Navy and Marine UNIROYAL 1 .ALL-STAR DEAL
pay grade comparable to that inwhich Corps dependents for this pur- _
he was last discharged pose.
to exceed pay grade E-7. Although this program Is in its *,
In both ca'ses. applicants must fourth year, all hands have not
have completed their active duty gotten the word. If you need The rain tire
requirements. Not only do vet- this kind of help write to the :\
erans bring to the Naval Air Navy Relief Society Headquarters -
Reserve their former skills and:! 1030 Munitions Building 2srmTSs fr.TiS cii ./'
talents but they earn extra income Washington D.C.20360.Deadlinefor o
as part-time sailors and applications Is March 15 for <* J r y ? H = 5
retain all the advantages of civil- the following fall semester.
ian life at the same time. The
To join the Veteran's Program Jax Disposal Division rain tire
a man must sign a Ready Reserve : :
and then ;
ticipate agreement in 75 per cent of par-the Contacts Excess Sale : ?l
he ,: .
drill attendances. Although I'V'j .
may drop out of the Veteran's Jax -- The air station's Pro- \." ,Aa r
Program at any time by not attending perty Disposal Division will holda ?v. ''
drills he remains a Re- sale beginning at 9 a.m. ,Wed The rain tire
servist for the tenure of his -nesday. 171
Ready Reserve agreement.By Located on US Highway 17 southof
joining the program a man the Main Gate military and:! ?* *""*
or woman who has served four civilian Department of Defense yqQyIl !
five or six years In the service Property Disposal Program -f'\
makes sure those years are not their agents, employees and Immediate THESE TIRES ARE CLASSIFIED FACTORY SECONDS
wasted. Not only does he bring members of their house-
his skills back Into the Navy but holds are not eligible to parti
ch IUnf yeo f fiml thesetttgh imperfectiem which
his former service years count cipate. UNIROYAL d net affect t ik*ef these tires.
toward retirement.
While they last. flr

come ,>jirstserved.


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rage IL JAX AIR. NEWS/AFTERBURNER C1 June 20, 1968

Kir ill Enters

Navy ReservePeter yy is 1/

Kirill Jr., was swornin e 7 +
and commissioned an engisnin

the Naval Air Reserve at the By Philip L. WeintraubIn
/' Naval Air Reserve Training Unit,
NAS my first article, I began The underwriter decides to go
Jacksonville, June 6. lIe
1 by acquainting you with some ahead with the deal and issues
is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
s typical investment jargon. Let's W.P.L. a check for Sl-milllon.
Kirill Sr., 2532 Holly Point Road,
. sp take one of those words -- corporation Now it is up to the underwriterto
West, Orange Park.
and how it fits offer W.P.L. Cor-
-- see profitably
Ensign Kirill is a graduate of
Nathan B. Forrest High School into the investment picture by- poration common stock to the
relating it to a fictitious busi- investor. An investor learns
Jacksonville and May grad-
either througha
about the offering
uate pf Wofford College in Spar- ness.
-I t financial paper, or the pros-
tanburg S. C. w We'll the W.P.L.
say we are pectus W.P.L. issues. The pros-
Young Kirill enlisted in the Corporation. We are fairly large, pectus is a booklet explainingwhat
Aviation Reserve Officer Can- c'A aggressive and promising, with a the money will be used for.
didate (A VROC,) Program in solid earnings record. Just the
April 1966. lie attended a 7 same, we are not much different Now ourstock is ready for
than most people--we need issue on an exchange and we
week summer training sessionat money. We are considering improving submit an application for ad-
the Naval Air Station Pen- an established factoryor mittance. From this point on the

sacola in 1966 and 1967. Later NEW ENSIGN. Capt. Berton R. Otto, commanding officer of building a new one. Or we exchange will send auditors to

this summer he will report to the Naval Air Reserve Training. Unit, NAS, Jax, administersthe could be working on the inven- check W.P.L. records, makingsure
Pensacola for
flight training and tion of a new product or pushingan they meet the standards of
oath to Peter Kirill Jr.
will 3 1/2 of
.serve active
year advertising campaign on an all corporations listed on that
duty service. old product. What ever our need, exchange. All exchanges
Peter Kirill Sr. is the National we'll say we need to raise $1- their investors from phony protect cor-

vice president of the Navy Red Cross SearchesFor million. porations by using the servicesof
r League of the U. S., Treasurerof auditors.We .
the Gator Bowl Association, The first step in gaining the
and is on the Board of Gover- needed money is to confer withan have seen how an issue
nors of the Jacksonville Chan Santa Helpers' investment banker. The investment comes into being and how cap-
ber Commerce. banker (underwriter) ital is raised. This is the very
and the members of our corpora- beginning. Next week we will
"Isn't there something Icando home who took the time and tion's board of directors discuss find out how a price is estab-

for our American servicemen in trouble to express their appre- the various methods of obtaining lished; how it fluctuates will be
Vietnam?" is a question frequently ciation in a tangible way." capital.. A bank loan, the issu- discussed In later articles.We'll

r "l iLt' qf # heard on military installations Individuals, groups,and church ance of bonds, or the flotationof also discuss how. the market
and in the civilian organizations who wish to fill a common stock issue are con- works.
communiy. "This year there is Chrismas bags may obtain bags sidered.

x somehing you can do," Is the and a list of suggested items We stock VAP-62 GivesCommendations
reply of Mrs. Harold Brown, from the Red Cross office at on a common
issue. This method offers the
chairman of Volunteers for the the Naval Hospital any week-
GreaterJacksonville Chaper of day from 8 til 4:30 p.m. In common investor an ownership

the American Red Cross. "With Sepember the American Red interest in W.P.L. Corporation.Also Cdr. F. S. Coleman,commanding -

)just s expense, Cross will pack and ship them to the possibility of dividendsand officer of VAP 62 pre-
you caniprovidealQtr gift Vietnam, where they will be distributed the rise in stock price (call- sented the Navy Unit Commendation -..
for a soldier, sailor or Marine by Red Cross Workersin ed capital appreciation) seem Medal to ADJ3 P.T.Minahanand
serving in Vietnam." the field to ablebodied and greater with a common stock AN G. A. Stinson at morn-

This is the third year that hospitalized servicemen.The issue. ing quarters, June 10, forser-
the Department of Defense has vice aboard the USS EnterpriseCVA
requested the American Red ( (N) 65)).
Cross to collect and distribute I Wives Club Noteswho I The medals were awarded to

i Christmas bags containing useful crewmemberr of the Enterpriseand

I, items for the men on the fight- her embarked air wings for.
is transferred London
# being to
I Wives Club 86
Navy Jax
ing front. For weeks Red Cross and Chaplain Floyd Sims who combat operations during late
will bid farewell their
volunteers have been busy sewing to spon- is discontinuing his Naval car- 1966 and early 1967 against
sors at a semi formal -
these red and green ditty bags. reception attend North Vietnam.
eer to college.
Extend Your Life Over will be distributedin on Saturday at their
Circlet 600,000"
clubhouse. The reception for Chaplain Sims was the com- Commander Coleman also pre-
Vietnam. Of these the Jack- members and their husbandswill mand's representative on the sented Lt. L. S. Rowland with a
Join the Jax sonville Chapter's quota Is 1,300. start with a cocktail hour at letter of appreciation from Com-
"What we need now is 1,300 interested 8 p.m. followed by the receptionand Navy Wives' Club's Nursery mander U. S. Naval Forces South
citizens to step forward board.Captain Simonsen, Captain for work accomplished with V AP62's -
Navy Flying Club dancing to the Navy Combo
and fill these bags. The items Band. Berry and Commander Menard Panama detachment.YN3 .
need not be expensive combs,
and their wives all
were sponsorsof
R. G. Lewis designated -
FAA Licensed Instructors plastic cigarette cases,ball point Mrs. Stanley Cottrill, chair- the club. VAP 62's "Sailor was of
pens, candy lifesAvers, and man of the event, will be assistedby
Month" for the of
CALL FOR INFORMATION paperback books are popular with a committee and members of Also invited were Captain and the month
the men. Six to ten items the executive board. Mrs. M. J. Stack, the club's May for his excellence in per-
781-0227 are enough to fill a bag, but it remaining sponsors. formance of duties while assigned -

is the thought behind them that The reception will honor Capt.C. Gifts of appreciation for their to the Legal Office.

is most important. It says to D. Simonsen who is retiring years of sponsorship will be pre- n' I 'fI
the men in our Armed Forcesin Capt. R. V. Berry, who has been sented to all four honored guests \ '
Vietnam that are people back tranferred ; Cdr. L. S. Menard, and their'wives.

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,- ) IM Softball .

r 6I 4Iw"4 Moves Into

Final WeekCECIL 4Lw4vlJ

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P (, : The local Intramural
t( ipirP '\ Softball League is experiencing
one of its closest races in recent -
years. As of press time
tk five teams are almost virtuallytied
for first place and another
team can possibly play the part :k

of a spoiler. ...
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The top team in the league isAMD > > .'
/Admin with a 6 and 2 '. . .'"
+! <<, '
i : ,.,. record followed closely by Den- .
trr.+ b. .. tal, OP's, VA 37 and VA _'_ IJ8J!: "';' __ --- -m nI: .
CHAMP....Navy Dentist Edmond Jones-(-left--), receives 44 with 5 and 2 marks. The dark TROPHY SHOOTERS.....Members of the Marine Barracks -
winner's trophy from Capt. U.L. Fretwell following his horse Is VA 46, who postsa Pistol team (I to r): Sgt. Rumbley, Capt. Bowers, 1st. Lt.
victory in Cecil's Invitational Tourney. 4 and 3 won lost. Norton, G/Sgt. Rudman, and Cpl. Zimmerman.
As the season goes into its
final week of play this tightness Marines Score
Dentist Wins Cecil
Navy in the standings could be solvedin Big
the next few ballgames. VA-

Invitational Golf TourneyCECIL to 44 has do- 46 battle games and with remaining OP's AMD/Admin., Dental againstVA has, in Pistol MatchesCECIL

and VA 46 and Operations will
seven individuals events. Cpl.
A dentist the overall tournament results. have VA : The Marine Barracks
: Georgian to get by 37, VA- Charles Zimmerman and Sgt.
and a Dunes professional won He said,"that theyhad a'wonderful 46 and VA 44. So you can see Pistol Team from Cecil Field Paul Rumbly fired first
the individual and pro/am golf field and that everything went where the final week is going to took first place in the Florida wins in 2 and 1 events place:
matches in the Cecil Field NAS as pled with only a minimumof be filled with important games State Pistol Regional Champion ively. respect
Golf Tournaments held this past incidents." for everyone concerned. ship in the 22 caliber and 45 The events were held at the
week end at the local course.In caliber sharpshooter team events Jacksonville Police Pistol Club
and first in the grand aggregate i
the Invitational Tourna -
Range. The for
winning scores
ment held Saturday and Sunday sharpshooter.Once the team Were 1055 !
again the local sharp-
Lt. Edmond Jones, a residentof the 45 caliber win, 1075 in the
St. Simons Island, Ga., and shooters were lead by GySgt.Jim
22 caliber win
All Ranks All and 3118 in the
stationed at NAS Glynco inBrun- AgeslOW Rudman, whocomeout on top in Grand Aggregate.
swick, had a final round of 3737 RATES
to nip two time winner Harold .
Bishop of Starke and FSU in the Need
16th annual tourney.A EASY MONTHLY money
hot putter offset some mediocre -
tee to play and
for leave
enabled Jones to post a con- a
cluding 74 for a 36 hole total
of 145 and a one stroke victory.Dr. INSURANCEUNDERWRITERS
Jones, who will end a two See HFC.
year tour of duty with the Navy
next month, emerged the winner INC. I, .
despite taking a double bogey (Formerly McDonald's Insurance)
six: on the ninth hole. He had .
four birdies, high lighted by 4479 RMsevelt IM. 311-7674 .._.O ; -

two ten footers. Coll Us Anytime,
Preceding the Invitational
Tournament, Bubba Williams, ---

head individual pro at Dunes 68 to sparkhis, Friday four shotan : : : :. : : : : : : : : -

some to victory in.the pro am
competition.In SAVE $$$
recording plus 19 in the point
system tourney, William was 0
aided by Bill Cohn, Ron Peek
and Don Cassidy. Cohn, an 18 RECEIVE QUALITYCrax
handicapper, posted 42 42 -84i; ,"
Peek (18) came through with 42- '
41 83, while 13 handicapper (Checked) Eggs Direct /
Cassidy fired a 38 41 79.

Ed Williams Snyal of, who the teamed Airport with Driving pro From Our Farms Grade A's If you've got leave coming. and you're short of money

Range, for a best ball 67 in pro- Also Available Come See Us see the company that helps thousands of service
pro competition, pocketed people every year. Get a Traveloan from Household
10713. Each of his amateurswon 3 -5 PM MOM., Wed., & Fri. Finance.At .
$23.76 in merchandise.When HFC, we'll tell you in advance what your Traveloanwill
the local club
talking to
pro, Bill Stott on his opinion ofjSjj Oak Crest Hatcheries cost.. .and we'll spell it out in dollars and cents. No-
hidden charges. No extras. No surprises. See us now!

9gl1l 5820 Ricker Road 771-2064 Before you sign on the dotted line,
? 'i o know what your loan will cost.

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200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97
300 17,79 21.88 30.21 55.45
LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80t
77 73385LADIES {, Chartti art computed at 3%on that fart of
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1 ". Work To Begin Soon On

I' New Bowling Alley .

; -
i: k. ." Mr. E. A. Groff, Special Services and completion is anticipated for
L : .:: Officer,announced that a new January 1969.
! ',,'':. 16 lane bowling alley will be The money for this project will
1 1I I constructed North of the Station come from a $32,000 grant from
Theater on "D" Avenue. the Central Fund, $10,000
grant from the Sixth Naval Dis-
k a''Stli The $335,000 Bowling Cente.- trict and a $293,000 interest free
r will house 16 lanes, a large loan from the Central Fund.
snack bar and pool tables and With this new bowling center,
4 t D M9G 'y a t' L. facilities. The bowling area will Cecil Field bowlers will be
AAW be equipped with the latest equip- able to use the most up to-
T' ment from Brunswick. date facilities and also enjoy
4 Mr. Groff stated that construc- themselves in a more comfortable -
tion will get under way In July environment.area .

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I NEW RECREATION BUILDING....Overlooking Lake Newmanis
Special Services new recreation building which is scheduled k

FURNITURE for completion in mid-July. ...<-""::::' ,,-
'> ft .
> ;", .
I New Rec BuildingAt .,1' : :'; ffl.tf1tt\ ,. ;,;, ".;.t, '
WHOLESALE ',' \'j"N<'j': Ab'.<, J">,;,..
Halfway MarkCecil
FACE.UFTING..Speclal Services personnel are shown
resurfacing the tennis courts in preparation for the upcoming6ND
Field's newRecreational have a complete picnic area adjacent Tournament. .
Building is nearing comple- to the Recreation Build-
Iti tion and is anticipated to be ing.
ready for operation by midJuly.The Tennis Courts Get .
new $30,000 facility under
The building will feature a 48
contract with the J.H. Wolf Con- x'40 foot dining and recreationroom
1 struction Company, of Jacksonville with two built in barbecue Face Lifting for 6ND
SURPLUS GOODS will be the gathering place pits, a fireplace and 'a 8 x 14 .
for parties and picnics by unitsat foot service bar.All reservationsfor -
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have been busy for the past to hold any tennis competitionon.
few days getting the local tennis .
courts ready for the upcoming Coming: up real soon will be
Sixth Naval District Tennis Tour- the Cecil Field Elimination Tour-
nament, that will be held in early nament to determine, which individuals -
June. will represent Cecil in
The courts have been changeda the Sixth Naval District.All .
little in appearance. The fringe Interested personnel shold
I} area around! the actual playing contact Special Services for fur-
a r '"1V11';) surface has been dyed a bright ther information on the date and
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j Youth Sets State Record ln Navy. Jax Swim Meet I IJax

: -- Carl Kaniosky, a 14 200 meter medley relay and free Sixth: place in the 100 meter
t year old Jacksonville youth, relay were Wayne Johnson, breast stroke e\ent went to
posted a 1:18.2 to set a Florida Clyde Nickens, Kevin Roch Cheri Glaraton. "' -
Amateur Athletic Union recordIn ford and Mickey Stueben. "A" team members G. Glaraton ."" ,' :'\ '
the 100 meter breast stroke Boys 15-17 K. Fitzpatrick, Kathy Nau- :
event in the Jax Navy Invitational man and K. Rochford took fourth \
swim meet here Sunday. Capturing fifth place in the place in the 200 meter medley ,',,:;'''''x'
The old record for the event 200 meter medley relay were relay.
was 1196. Kaniosky also took Mike Fitzpatrick,Greg Marshall, Sixth: place "B" team win- :
seventh place in the 200 meter Paul Nichols and Mike Stokes. ners in the same event were L
, individual medley in the 13 -14 Girls 10-Under Carla Glaraton S. Lagdon,
( age group competition. He is Nancy Nichols, and Sandy Ter-
now qualified for the national Fourth place winners of the200 ranzano. *
and Olympic trials set for late meter medley relay "A" team "A" team winners of the 200 4 i ;
this summer. event were Kim Dalzell, Delores meter freestyle relay were K.
i Jacksonville's Catle Ball Glaraton, ierry Fitzpatrick and Fitzpatrick K. Nauman, N. Nichols -
, holder of the world's record Janet Pierotti. The "A" team and K. Roch/ord.
for the 100 meter breast stroke also took fourth place in the 200
Girls 15-17
tuned up for national and Oly- free relay.
I trials with fifth Sixth place in the 100 meter
pic a near record Taking place in the 200
breast stroke event went to Mary
,:'>; underway performance Friday as night.the meet got meter Ann relay Briggs was"B", Mary team Hams members -, K. GlaratonwhileGinnyBunntook ... "..... .. __ .. "Y' 'VO '"' .' '" -.."... ...
to The 16 year old Miss Ball Barbie Lagdon and Donna Mar seventh place in the 100 meter
'. posted a 1:17.9 in the 100 yard shall. The "B" team also took back stroke and Ellen Smalling
wrapped up sixth place in the 100
breast stroke while another 0- fifth place honors in the 200
' lympic hopeful, 18 year old free relay. meter"A"butterfuly team winners event.of second 2: r'IZIl r rnnml11 11Tl_ nPW'- ---
Pam Kruse of Fort Lauder-
Girls 11-12 place in the 200 meer medley RECORD BREAKER-Carl Kaniosky sets AAU 100 meter
dale turned in a 1:04.1 in hers
relay were G. Bunn, M. K. breast stroke record here Sunday.
the 100 free ,
speciality yard Winners of fourth place in the Glaraton, E. Smalling and Son-
"I style. 200 meter Medley relay were dra Fortin.
Cindy Kinert, also of Jacksonville Joanne Bennett, Susan Fitz-
r qualified for the national patrick, Barbara Harns and Lau- Open
and Olympic trials witha rie Stokes.
Terranzano took
Sandy seventh
1:21.1 breastroke effort.
Girls 13-14 place in the 100 meer back stroke
I Competing by
groups rang-
ing from 10 and under to 15 Kathleen Fitzpatrick placed in event while K. Fitzpatrick wrap-
., 17, here are the place winners four indi\iduale\ents taking third ped up seventh place in the 1,500
I of the Jax Navy swim team: place in the 100 meter freestyle, meter freestyle.
Taking seventh place in the 400
! Boys 10-Under fifth in the 200 meter freestyleand meter freestyle relay were K. LAST MONTHWE
seventh in both the 100
M. K. Glaraton
Fitzpatrick K.
Robert Chase took third placeIn breast stroke and the individual
Nauman and K. Rochford.
the 50 meter breast stroke medley.

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And to a school teacher whose crash diet
HONDAMONTESA TOP SWIMMERS-Jacksonville's Catie Ball (standing) and wrecked her old wardrobe. ..
Pam Kruse of Fort Lauderdale chat with RAdm. R. J. Stroh,
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'\ '"' Top American League Hurlers Linksmen .

Il 1\\1'\J Duel : Hospital 2, Weapons 1 1I 1Jax 'Chase'Ironman

I PItCherS- -
-- The top two will be seeking revenge as the CEUR, each with 5-0 records Jax -- The first round of the

i I in the American softball League two teams meet again July 29th. tangled for a show down base Intramural golf playoff gets
clashed for the first time In other Monday night American for the league lead and VP 45 underway today at 1 p.m.with the
,f I Monday night as first place Weapons League action, 679th clobbered came up with four big runs to top two teams of both the American -
and second place Hospital Medical 18 3; NARF stop FICEUR 4-2. June 11. and National leagues bat-
i I went to battle.Hospital's edged VAP 62 7 6; VP 30 Two nights later both teams tling for the intramural crown.
Rester Bryan picked got by COMFAIRJAX 11 10 chalked up wins as VP 45! y a b NARTU the winner of the Na-
up his seventh win and handed and Supply downed VP 510.5.; shut out VW 4, 3 0 while tional League's regular season
Weapon's Sandy Cooper his first Games played last week In the FICEUR walloped VP 16, 11- play will be taking on second place
defeat as the Hospital squad American League saw Hospital 4. 9 Hospital "A" and the American
squeezed by Weapons 2-1. in another close contest edging Other games played in the League's first place team, the
Bryan struck out seven men Supply 2-1; Fleet Air Wing 11 National League last week saw Par Scramblers, will go againstthe
while Cooper retired five. With clip NARF 15 9; Medical edge Admin trounce the Gems 13 3, 679th Radar Squadron.
the score tied 1-1, Larry COMFAIRJAX 6-5; VP 30 MARTD down Marine Barracks Hospital "A" and 679th enter
Padberg singled sharply to right trounce VP 5, 14-4 and 13 8; NARTU stop VW 4, today's play by virtue of beatingtwo
field, stole second and third then Weapons shut out VAP 62, 5 -1; Marine Barracks shut out other teams in their respective -
John Shelly came up with clutch 10. Aircraft Maintenance 11- 0 and leagues in a play off for
single to drive In the winning The action for first place in the the Gems edge NARTU 6 5. juru:,, second place Monday.In .
National League has been just as .t : the American League, Hospital -
run.Hospital now has a 7 -2 record fierce as in the American, as th a "A", VP 45 and FAETU
to remain in second place while the two top teams in that leaguemet Marine Unit 910tt 21 1 22b Blue each ended regular season
Weapons still leads the League for the first time last week. 1715 I6 i q' play with 4-3 records while
j I;. with an 8 1 mark. Weapons Patrol Squadron 45 and FI 679th, VP :5 and COMFAIRJAXwound
'I Takes NATTC __ __ n__ up with identical C 3

JUST WAITING June 21 records.
i is the first day of summer and The finals deciding the base
| COMPUTER CORNER II \ Loop Crown lovely Cami Sebring has the intramural champions will be

date circled on her calendar so staged Monday at 1 p.m. with
I By Bud Gooda she won't miss the start of the today's winners competing for
Jax -- The Marine Air Detachment -
sun and sand season. She is one first and second and the
Which is more Important-batting or pitching? place
trounced the Aviation
With batting: averages down this year over last and rookie pitchers Ordnance ((8)) school 15-0 and of the Walt Disney in The Studios'stars Gnome- losers trying for third.
like Koosman and Ryan of the Mets getting all of the headlines 13-1 last week to become' appearing The first place winner will
ycu would think that the Fauns: have been sunk along with NATTC intramural softball Mobile. pick up 1,000 points towardsthe
their station's Ironman
sverages.Not !
true. Computer Corner poured the current season battingand champs.In ToRRis Sir Up second place team will receive
pitching statistics into the electronic evaluator to measure the first game of the best of 750 points
the correlation betewen ERA and the Won/Lost record and the three series Les Carroll shutout Jax -- Tennis buffs interestedin
Total Runs scored with ERA. AO (B) by striking out 16 making the station's Open
Total Runs were picked as a measure of offense, rather than batters. Right fielder Reggie Seniors or Womens class tennis
batting average, because it is more predictive of a team's stand- Riedel hit a grand slam homerto squads to compete in the Sixth CanYouTAKE
ings at the end of the season. However, just to keep the record an eight run attack in Naval District tournaments at
straight, the computer evaluated the correlation between batting the cap fifth inning. Cecil Field July 15 19, have YOUR CAR
1 average and standings, also. Here are the results through games been asked to sign up with theN MTII YOU?
I of May 21: The Marines broke loose in the AS Athletic Director. Interested For Financing' and Insurance
I CORRELATION' WITH PER CENT WpN/J.OSTAmerican Stateside' and Overseas. Call
1./ague National' League second game for six runs in the players' may sign up by
PITCHING ERA .48 .3J third inning. First baseman calling Frank McCaffrey at Ext. DYER M. BURR

TOTAL EUNS _._._._____ .*! .51 Bruce Reddish climaxed the uprising 3239, or by stopping in at the. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
BATTINO AVERAGE .68 .66 with a bases loaded Athletic Office in Bldg. 3.
The New York Mets, the Dodgers and Pittsburgh, lead the triple. Qualifying competition? for the CORPORATIONand

league in ERA. But they are at the bottom of the list in the Won/ Carroll allowed three l lilts -- upcoming tournament will begin INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
Lost standings showing a negative correlation of.33 between two in 'the sixth which Tuesday at the Mustin Rd. INSURANCE COMPANY
ERA and the standings. What does the negative correlation mean? inning courts. Marine GySgt. ,Pat
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scored (Bs) only run.
For the first 40 games of the season at least the strongest pitch Voyles will conduct play.
ing teams find themselves weakest in the per cent Won/Lost col- Cliff Ferguson was charged

umn.Since It still takes one run to win a baseball game, this computer with the loss of both games. CHEVROLET

valuation points up the importance: of the hitters.: Howard, Horton, Immediately following! ; the
and Killebrew have not gone off into some great batter's Valhalla championship MAD team
in the to die. In both the game
sky leagues standings are determinedmore members voted center fielder
by the batters than the pitchers. Measure batting in termsof
Frank Brock the most valuable
total batting average-It doesn't make difference.
runs or any it's
for the MAD
Pete Rose and Curt Flood player season.
are leading the league in hits for batters
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