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rf'j::';'< < Capt. Paul K. Blesh, who has to contribute in some small wayto take pride in your job. Eachof
'.1\',.< .: served as chief of staff for Com- its life and vitality. you will be making valuable
mander Fleet Air Jacksonvilleover "You students at NATTC are contributions to a great team,"
the past three years, will undergoing routine instruction in the captain concluded.
S retire after 32 years of naval systems which were unheard or Captain Blesh beganhis careeras
: service Monday.He even undreamed of 32 years ago. an aviation cadet in 1936, the
turns over his duties tomorrow We have come to expect more of year after he graduated; from
to Capt. S.D. Wright. our young sailors and Marines Syracuse University. After sev-
Friday, the retiring officer was these days and our experiencein eral flying and staff assignments
,, honored at evening formation and Southeast Asia Is proving each ashore and afloat, he attendedthe
military review in the afternoonat day that young men like you are National War College. He
,Y' wIrd which he received the Legionof doing a remarkable job and are later was to command two ships
,. Merit for his performance of equal to the tasks and challengesof and serve as chief of staff for
duties while serving as the COM- today. Commander Carrier Division
FAIR chief of staff. "Our prime asset is the same Seven. Before reporting to Jacksonville -
While the parade was held in today as it always has been, and he served in the Bureauof
honor of the retiring captain, always will be -- the mans! -- Naval Personnel.
he took the opportunity to offer the individual! Without him our Mrs. Blesh was also at the
his personal salute to today's modern complex systems and review honoring her husband,and
8 young sailors and Marines. machines would be worth only the the Blesh's daughter who lives
Observing his years of ser- price of the materials. In New York, flew to Jacksonvillefor
S ,, ; vice, Captain Blesh remarked "When you return to the fleet the ceremony.
: ; "What I have found over the yearsis
simply this: The United States
DECORATED -- Mrs. Blesh pins Legion of Merit on her retir- Navy is an organization which
ing husband during ceremonies on NAS parade grounds Fri our country surely must have.I .
day. The captain ends 32 years of naval service Monday. am proud to have been ablePubU.ned rM1aS '5

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bjU.Hot Puat.fns Conpiny.n pl'l"...*dim.Opinion.apn..ed by the puoll.ter.nd writer htnta tn own and Mt to H eonsidwtd o"I a1.1.zpnuloe of mjptalllUrr
departal.n&,TIM IPP'of tdwUtmimU tall,ublic.Uon do..notco..Utut..a tndorMmtnt of.njr nlllUiy department of the product nr(wrvlcei tdvertlnM.VOL. {

Captain Dean Assumes XO Duties i'r 6 s a f, Z. M .r

Upon Retirement of Cdr. DonaldCapt.

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Byron W. Dean, USNR executive officer of NAS Atlanta.He Naval Air Reserve Training Unit 45 : 5 5 S',5
has reported aboard the naval was commissioned in 1944 Alameda, Calif.
air station to assume duties as and is an aviator. Captain Dean, his wife and
executive officer. During his commissioned service three sons will live quarters
He will relieve Cdr. H. ''L. he has served as a flight aboard the air station. Another
0.,:. Donald Jr., today. Commander f.'instructor: at Pensacola and with son Is currently serving< the
Donald, who has served as'executive the Hurricane Hunters in the Army. -
officer since April 1967, Caribbean. Commander Donald holder of
will retire July 1 after 27 yearsof Other assignments have included two Distinguished Flying Crosses -
naval service. the Bureau of Naval Per- four Air Medals and the
Before reporting to NAS Jax uel in Washington, D.C.; NAS Presidential Unit Citation for
for duty, Captain Dean served as Oakland, Calif., and with theo his actions during WW II in the
Pacific, will make his ,home in
Florida following retirement. NEW XO -- Capt. B. W. Dean, (seated) new XO, and Cdr. H.
Commander and Mrs. Donald L. Donald, discuss point during change over.Commander Don-

r News in BriefCollege H'1 were_.._-the,honored Officers at a Club farewell Tuesday partyat ald retires Monday and Captain Dean becomes XO today.

Naval Hospital Will Graduate

Registration Eads Tonifht I

Tonight is the last night to sign up for college level courses First Woman Intern TomorrowBy
being offered by St. Johns River College in cooperation with the

station's on board education program. Registration will be held Jan Mercurio ginning of a long list of unforgettable every third day from 4:30 in
today from 6 to 8 p.m. in Building 600 for the following courses: Jax--The Naval Hospital here experiences according to the afternoon until 8 the next
EH-102, Composition II; MS-91 Elementary Algebra; MS-108 will record a first tomorrow the doctor. It was more like the morning" she explained. "Many
Modern Anal., Trig.; Hy-201, U.S. History and SY120, Introductionto when Dr. Roslyn E. Taylor becomes hospital had to adjust to her,rath- times we are up all night and
Sociology. Anyone eligible for tuition aid from the Navy may the first woman to com- er than the doctor adjusting to the then must work the next day."
still sign up at the Educational Services Office in Bldg. 955. plete internship at the Navy med hospital."I She summed up her past year

Blue Angels! Slate Beaches Show ical facility. was already familiar with by saying, "It's worth all the
For Dr. Taylor it will be the hospital work," stated Dr. Tay- hard work, especially when you
The Navy's famed precision flying team, the Blue Angels, will beginning of a third full time lor, "but people here had to adjust see your efforts helping out peo-
perform at the Jacksonville Beaches July 13. The time of the per- job and title. She is already a to a female doctor. When I ple."
formance and more information will be announced in later issuesof wife, a lieutenant in the Medical first reported for duty the officials After completing her Internship -
JaxAlrNews. Corps, and as of Friday a full- didn't know what to do with Doctor Taylor wants to geta
Effective fledged doctor."I me, about me, or what to do about Florida and Georgia medical
Military Pay Raise Monday
r became interested in medi- uniforms for me." license and hopes eventually to
: The new military pay raise authorized by Congress will go into cine while sill in junior high She' also recalled it took a be an anesthetist. i Doctor
effect Monday and first become noticeable on the July 11 payday. school," explained Dr. Taylor."I bit of 'adjusting for the patients Taylor and her husband Ben,
The Navy Finance Office here announced that today will be a 17 was more or less influencedby too. "It was humorous at times also a doctor live at the Riv-
day payday and include pay through the end of June. July 11 will a science teacher who was trying to convince someone on iera Apts. on Blanding Blvd.
be an 11-day payday. also interested in medicine." the telephone that they we re talk
I After high school in Columbia ing to 'a doctor rather than a
Paper Out WednesdayDue S.C., Mrs. Taylor went on to Corps' Wave"musedDr. Taylor. :' .

l to the Fourth of July holiday next week, the JaxAirNews four years of college followed by The experiences for the female
will be distributed aboard base next Wednesday instead of on four years uf medical school at intern also extended outside the
l Thursday. Emory in Atlanta. hospital. Recalling a medical .
! Commissary Closes for FourthThe When she began her Internship training trip to Cecil Field, Dr.
here a year aao, It was the be- Taylor said "People there just
: Commissary Store at NAS Sax and Cecil Field will be couldn't believe I was a doctor,
closed on the Fourth of July and. will reopen for normal on Fri- when I was going; through the low
I day. The hours will also be observed by the Commissary Storesat pressure and ejection seat
Mayport Naval Station Inside tests." On another trip she com-
pletely stopped a volleyball game
a Medical Selection Board Meets aboard the aircraft carrier
,J Editorials Page 2
Franklin D. Roosevelt by just
The FY69 Medical Corps captain selection board convenes in Civilian News. .Page 4 walking by a group of sailors. '--.
I Washington Tuesday to recommend commanders on active duty Movies . Page 9 The last year, however, hasn't
for promotion to captain. Eligibility for consideration i 12 outlinedas Want Ads..Page 9 been all humor for Mrs. Taylor. NEW DR. -- Mrs. Taylor (r)
follows: 1. Primary zone will consist of officers with a medical Her training has required long checks over a young patientat
. school graduation date of Dec. 31, 1953 and earlier. 2. Secondary HATTC. . Page 12 hours. "Here at the hospital we the hospital with assis -
: F. ) zone will consider officers who graduated from school between Sports. . Page 14 work from 8 a.m. until late trance from Lt. Virginia Thompson
Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 1964. afternoon, and we are on call Nurse Corps.
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27, 1968

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A Menance to All St.ROMAN Edwards CATHOLIC Chapel


In recent months, the Armed Forces have received a great deal SUNDAY MASS9a.m..
of adverse publicity concerning the misuse of drugs by service /c cT1bU DAILY MASS - 11:30 a.m.

personnel.The SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
tragedy lies not in the publicity, but in the fact that withinour CONFESSIONS5 p.m.-

ranks we have a few people who have so little regard for yS S ___J 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. -
themselves and their responsibilities that they voluntarily subject 7:30 p.m.
themselves to the destructive effects of illicit drugs. TUESDAYSingle
Regardless of the fact that only a very small number of per- Young Catholic Organ
sonnel in uniform abuse drugs, it Is far too many. One service- r ization - 7:30 p.m.
man abusing drugs Is one too many.It :/x
doesn't matter which drug you are talking about -- all of them U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
have a terrible destructive potential when taken for "kicks" rather .. "
than at the direction of a trained physician and under medically M
prescribed conditions. : '"
makes microscopic examination of a
HAS Dispensary,

All Saints Chapel 1

Corpsmen Observe SUNDAY
Divine Worship Service10 -

a.m.Junior _
N Youth Fellowship -
70th AnniversaryJacksonville 5 p.m. 0VBldg722

iJoril! '
Senior Youth
Fellowship --
Navy Corpsmen In 1866 the designation of personnel 6:30 p.m. ut1'ir

joined corpsmen throughout the serving as surgeon's WEDNESDAY ,> N.
Navy' and Marine Corps in cele- steward was changed to Apoth- Senior Choir Rehearsal -
brating the 70th anniversary of ecaries, and they were requiredto 7:30 p.m.
You would certainly not trust your ,life or safety to the irrational the Hospital Corps this month. be a graduate of a recognized THURSDAYYoung
whims or reasoning of someone who is mentally ill. By the Although Hospital Corps as a college of pharmacy and were Adult Club7:30 p.m.
same token, you should not want to entrust your life or safety to separate unit of the Medical De- S to be between the ages of 21 and Bldg #722Christian
a man whose judgment and responses have been dulled and deranged partment dates back only 70 28.The Science Service
by the abuse of drugs of any type. years, its history is as old as Hospital Corps came into 7:30 p.mBldg #751.
The drug abuser is a menace to himself, his fellow service the Navy itself. being as an organized unit of the ofs .
men and his country. He has no, place in the military where the Long before the establishment Medical Department under pro
lives of others and the safety of our nation could be threatened by of the modern Hospital Corpsman visions of an Act of Congress,
his irrational acts. rating, enlisted medical aids approved June 17, 1898. In 1916
Our responsibility to our Country and to each other is too greatto were called "loblolly boys" changes were made In the struc- TrafficViolations
inflict the cancer of drug abuse on our bodies and minds. As aboard Navy sailing ships. The ture of the Hospital Corps and its
thinking, intelligent, responsible human beings, we should have too group was designated to assist personnel became known as
much selfrespect to destroy our minds and bodies voluntarilywith the ships surgeon and surgeon'smate. Pharmacist's Mates.In .
drugs such as LSD.marijuana or heroin. (AFPS) 1947 Congress approved the
In the 1840s the title of lob- establishment of the Medical Ser-

lolly was changed to surgeon's vice Corps. This made it possiblefor The is of
following a report
Mix Fun, IngredientsWith steward. The surgeon's stewardwas an enlisted man to gain a motor vehicle accidents and traffic
more highly trained than commission.In .
violations for the end
his forerunner and also had a period
1948 the title of Pharmicist'sMate ing June 11 through 17.
One better position on the ship. He
Part SafetyPicnicking was changed to Hospitalman -
was second ranking petty officeron Number of Accidents:
the ship and received $18 a and the rating Insignia of the This Week . . . 2.
month pay. Hospital Corps was changed from Total Accidents this year through

boating, swimming -- major ingredients for fun and In 1863 the Navy Department the red cross to the present day June 17 . . . 161
frolic during the summer season. But before your next outing, allowed male nurses on receiv- caduceus. Number of Accidents through

remind yourself and your family of the hazards of water sports. ing ships in numbers propor- Throughout its history, in time June 1967 . . . 182
Sixty per cent of the Americans who drown do so because they tionate to, the necessities of the of war and in time of peace Total number of days since
have fallen into the water accidentally; hence, the first water cases involved. The title of male the Hospital Corps has con- last Injury in a motor vehicle
safety precaution is learn to swim.If nurses was later changed.tobay- sistently excelled In the
per accident . . . .3
you can swim, learn to swim better. Watch small children men. formance of its duties.
most carefully around the water, even in supervised and guarded Number of Violations
areas or shallow wading. pools. Mere seconds of inattention can be This Week . . 41'
fatal. Eternal River of LifeBy Speeding . . .6
Always swim with a companion -- never alone. On a long- Reckless Driving . . 0
distance swim, arrange for someone in a boat to accompany you. Going through Stop Sign . 7
Swim in a safe place; the presence of lifeguards usually indicates Cdr. J. T. Dimino, CHC Other Violations . 28

the area is safe for swimming. Stay away from the area The mighty Hudson River in you can accept peacefully and take Thirty two drivers appeared
immediately in front of the diving board and do not swim near New York State Is one of the in stride; or you can rage' and before the Traffic HearingBoardat
piers or pilings. most beautiful rivers in all the the meeting held on June 20.
Before diving, make sure the water is deep enough and there are world.It fume against them and become Disposition of the cases Included -
no hidden objects such submerged rocks. In look for bitter and disgruntled. But
as pools depth starts as a tiny spring in the following: Eleven lost
markings before entering.If the Adirondack Mountains and whether you accept them or not, driving and parking privileges
you have not been swimming since last summer, take It easyat soon the trickle of water becomes the river of your life will con- aboard station for various -
first. Know your limitations and stay within them. Make certain a stream. Strengthened by thou- tinue to flow onward -- to the ; three were assigned to
that reaching poles, buoys and similar rescue equipment are readily sands of tributaries, the stream sea of eternity. complete an eight-hour coursein
available at your swimming area. : . : lengthens broadens,rises andgrow In remedial driving, six received
Don't depend on an inflated innertube .or to hold .- eternity you shall reap everlasting
I toy you up J unjij becomes the [na, happine s'or everlast' I suspensions; two were given
they man slip away from'you., I 1 jestic Hudson River. ing misery -- it all depends on 'warnings; nine were ,dismissed; .
i S.nake-like, the rivet twists 'five
Diving t j : were fined (U.S. COMMISSIONER l ;
and turns around the mountainsand you. Your goal in"life, that lor );. and six referred to
Other favorite water sports are skin diving, scuba diving and cliffs. At times the river is which you are aiming, hoping, commanding officers for possible
water skiing. In all of these sports you must be in good health anda calm, at other times it rages and striving and praying, should be disciplinary action. Twentysix
better than average swimmer. fumes like an angry animal. heaven. drivers were assessed 60 traffic
While skin diving and scuba diving, use ,only the equipment designed But the slashing is all In vain 'points.AIR .
for those sports. Dive with a "buddy", ;.anc} at all times because the mightly Hudson .Js
know where he is. Know and respect yOur limitations and the enclosed by powerful banks:and ..
conditions of the diving area and always have flotation geat handy.If walls which hold it in check. It -
you scuba dive, keep your' equipment in good condition and examine is the destiny of the river to
it closely each time before use.Skiing. flow on and on until it reachesthe JAX. INTEWSThe

great yawning mouth of the
w ocean"- there to be swallowedup
Beginning skliers should take instruction from a qualified ski and to become a part of the U\ AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
instructor, and as with skin and scuba diving you should be a huge mass we call the sea. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval! Air Station
better than average swimmer. Your life may be compared to Jacksonville, Florida, by the Molt Publishing Company,
Stay away from all objects such as docks, sea walls and boats. the flow of that river. You have a NEWS private must firm be All Copy submitted for use in Office AIR
When landing, come in slowly and release the tow bar a safe distance grown until you are strong and 2, NAS Jacksonville; by 12:00 to the noon Public on Affairs Monday before, Box
from shore and don't land in swimming areas. The boat capable of accomplishing many lication. News items are welcomed' from all sources Tele-pub-
operator must be just as alert as the skier. Also there should be things. As you wander along, phone 772 3118 or 3119.
one person in the boat to watch the skier. your life is bound in by walls-
Remember, water sports are just as safe as you make them. Divine Providence, the Will of Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries
Practice the water safety rules and make skiing, swimming and God, the seemingly meaningless concerning such should be directed to:

diving the enjoyable summer sports they are meant to be. circumstances of life. As your The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.

life proceeds, you meet many Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755
persons, visit many places and

' Q Q.1.a1ro@j m@1roID I all many God.These forseen things circumstances by happen the all-powerful to you of life-- VOL. 26 NO. 14 JUNE 27 1968





Bible School I

) irTa1 I

Huge SuccessBy o :4F.

Chaplain Bartholomew '

CECIL -- No doubt the Vaca-
tion Bible School this year will
have a definite effect on the lives
of the some 84 children and a-
dults who attended each day.
Certainly no VBS has had a bet-
ter nor a more efficient staff.
The teachers .not only taught
their lessons well but gave of
themselves far beyond necessityas
could be exemplified in the
response of the children. *
The Vacation Bible School was

... ....- conducted at the Memorial Chapel -,- ,----_.- ...._u_
.Mrs. Charles R. James pins Warrant Officer bar each day last week between the ISSUING OATH..Cdr. Don Reh (left) swears in WO I Roy I
on her husband during appointment ceremony held last week. hours of 9 11:30 a.m. The Coulliette as Warrant Officer while Mrs. Coulliette looks on.
theme for this year's school was
"The Bible in the Midst of Life. the former Geraldine Everly.
I NAMTD Instructor Makes W01 CECIL --Roy H.Coulliette was
Saturday's picnic, which ended and
sworn in as WO1 by Commander They have 2 children, Lisa
the week long Bible School,again Don Reh, Commanding Officer, Jon, and live in Quarters 413A
ATI Charles R. James was appointed River, Maryland, and Patrol displayed the exceptional qualityof Attack Squadron Forty Five, aboard the station.
to Warrant Officer last Squadron Twenty Three at Brunswick work of the teachers as together during ceremonies held here last
week during ceremonies held at Maine.In they with their children week.
Naval Air Maintenance Detach- August of this year, Mr. enjoyed playing games and shar- WO1 Coulliette has been a yyyippipEyyyyyyyX?
ment Cecil. LCdr. J. K. Don- James will report to Naval Air ing refreshments.Some "Blackbird" since August 1965. GIANT SWAP MEETJAX
aldson, Officer in Charge of Station Pensacola for Warrant He additional
the Detachments, administered Officer indoctrination training, interesting highlights of was the on temporary LARGEST FLEA
station -
duty to supply department
the oath of appointment. after which he will be transferred the Bible School this year are that 1967 but since MARKETCome
since July ,
WO1 James reported to to the USS Guadalcanal, an it continued to increase throughout his has returned to Buy, Sell or Browse- *
NAMTD 1034 (A7)) in Novem- LPH homeported in Norfolk, Va. the week; that its total the promotion squadron and will remain Thousands of Items. 5
ber 1965. At this time he was Mr. James is a native of Hayti attendance was about 417; that its there until August, when he reports Blanding Drive-In Theatre 5
assigned as an instructor in the Missouri, and is married to cost with the exception of dona- to NAS Albany, Georgiafor Every Sat. I lOam. 5:45 pm'.(
Navigational Phase of the A7 the former Margaret Privett of tions was $125.21; that its total six months of Supply Corps jj Sun. 12:305:45pm'3:
"Corsair II" training program. Caruthersville, Missouri. They number of teachers and staff were School. f 768 7085 or 768 .4793
Later he was reassigned as and their two children, Edward 24; that it ended with a picnic Mr. Coulliette is married to
an instructor in the highly complex -. and Lori reside at 7381 Wheat and that many children for the
Electronic Counter mea- Road, Jacksonville.U. first time in their lives came into
sure Systems. contact with the Christian Church

Before reporting to NAMTD S. Savings Bonds, and its Bibical teachings -some- Got a load of
1034, he was stationed with Pat- thing which most definitely will
New Freedom Shares
rol Squadron Eight at Patuxent L have its effects upon their daily

I Chief Gardner Retires on 20 lives. money needs
Those who
taught helped on

CECIL -- Ina retirement ceremony II", served with Cecil based the staff were as follows: Mrs. See HFC.
held recently by Attack VA 82. Jack Woolum, Mrs. Frances
Squadron One Hundred Five, During his Naval career he was Jaquette, Mrs. Bill Harwood,
AMEC D. D. Gardner closed out the recipient of the Good Conduct Mrs. Susan Reaser, Mrs. A. R.
a twenty year Navy career. Medal ((6 awards), the National McCann Mrs. E. P. Mallory,
*&!&** ''*' <* Defense Service Medal ((2 Mrs. C. E. Bartholmew, Mrs.
awards), United Nations Service Ray Patterson, Mrs. Herbert
ast Medal, and the Korean Service Slate, Mrs. Malcolm Hughes,
ii S Medal. Mrs. T. W. Jerrell, Mrs. Bar-
M ft; Chief Gardner was presenteda bara Raybon, Mrs. Edward

plaque and a Letter of Commen- Spooner, Aurellia Spooner,Pam-
dation by Cdr. R. K. Halverson, ela and Patricia Maher, Teresa
squadron executive officer, dur- and Roxie Oneth, Kathy Mc-
ing the retirement ceremony.The Cann, Ann Henderlite, Denise
chief will reside in Win- Beauchamp, Billy Harwood,
ra gate, N. C., with his wife and AOAA Roger Everson .and PR1
three children. Bill Harwood.


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I Merit Program Jobs Revealed xj t Py


Merit promotion opportunities 79-67 Plan C All semiskilled pital, Navy Commissary Stores
i currently open for receipt of applications positions pay level 7 and be- and Navy Recruiting Station, ;, aa.n yq .
are listed below. The low and MPB No. 83-67 Plan flail Jacksonville. Applications for
area of consideration and closing skilled positions pay level 8 these positions will be acceptedany
date of each is shown. and above. Area of consideration: time. A separate applicationmust
MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-Grade NAS, NARF, NARTU,OOMFAIR- be filed for each positionin
levels GS-4 and, below. MPB No. JAX, FAETULANT. Navy fibsExecutive which interested.MPB it
.. No. 108-68 Supervisory
Aerospace Engineer, GS 12.
Institute Opens Area of consideration: Nation-
I wide. Applications will be accepted -
through the close of business

For Civilians In OctoberEstablishment July 11.MPB.No. 109-68 Industrial Engineer 11t

of a center for Ways of maximizing gov- Technician GS-5. Area of _f Id
advanced study for top civil ser- ernment organizations to increase consideration: NARF, NAS, r Fg
vice executives at Charlottesville the effectiveness of pro- NARTU, COMF AIR]AX,AETU-
Va., has been announcedby grams. LANT, Naval Hospital, Navy
the President.The Commissary Stores and, Navy Recruiting ,
new center, designated the Ways in which administration Station Jacksonville.
Federal Executive Institute will of federal programs can be Applications will be accepted
I be open next October at Charlottesville improved.The through the close of business c I

: in collaboration with Institute will supplement Monday. ,........
{ the University of Virginia. established MPB No. 158-67 Industrial En- 1EI 'Ji: L.IIii& [f' 1I'it1il --
training -
t The program at the Institute for federal programs employees and will gineer, GS-5 7, 9 and 11; MPB $170 SUGGESTION -- Capt. D.A. Hempson, supply officer, pre-
will be conducted by the Civil be directed largely at those employees No. 116-68 Education Services sents Isaac G. Sellers with a $170 award check for his beneficial
Service Commission which was in the top three levels Assistant, GS-7; MPB No. 117- suggestion. Sellers suggested that the cleaning of aviation fuel
directed last year by the Presi- (GS-16 and above or equivalent) 68 Education Service Assistant and oil tanks be done by fuel branch personnel rather than contractor -
dent to establish such a centeras of the Civil Service. GS-9 Education CounselorGS9and personnel. In the past, the fuel branch employees workedin
a part of a general improvement MPB No. 118-68 Military cooperation with the contractor's men and are now qualifiedto
in training programs for Once in full operation, it will Personnel Technician GS-7. perform the work themselves Sellers' suggestion will save the
federal employees., accommodate 60 persons In an Area of consideration: Nation- Navy more than $5,000.
Top career executives will be eight-week class with at least wide. Applications will be accepted -
.: offered intensive courses designed five classes to be held each fiscal until the needs of the Election Year Service: AnswersTo
to bring greater effectivenessto year. Federal departments service are met and will be
the administration of govern- and agencies will be encouragedto considered as received.All .
ment programs. Studies will focus assign only their ablest people applicants must be careeror Questions on Political ActivityFirst
primarily on three areas: --those who will benefit most career-conditional employeesof
The major problems facingout from this program of training, the federal government. Applications of a series not take an active part in partisan -
society and the nature of and who can be expected to make for these positions political compaigns or parti-
the government's response to the greatest contribution to the should be filed with IRD, Box 22, The Civil Service Commission san political management.
those problems. government in the years ahead. NAS Jax., Fla., 32212. For fur- provides the following informa- Specifically, an employeemay
ther Information regarding these tion for the guidance of federal not run as a candidate or
: Say Aloha positions, see the copies of the employees who are subject to actively work in a campaign of
bulletins or announcements or restrictions on partisan political the candidates for the'office are
Your Neighbor! call Ext. 2320, Rating and Exam- activity. actively work in a campaign if
I ,ining Branch, IRD, NAS. Jax. Generally, employees must any of the candidates for the office -
) pCCT> W *3J 3.. aJKXt' --- 6 are nominees of a nationalor
DRIVE TO r \\t state political party such as
MONEY the Republican or Democratic

Cash Monthly Months Party. The holding of an appointive -
position or an elective officein
IN I 1 DAY You Get Payment tQ Pay a state or national political

HAWAII $ 84.33 $5.00 24 party is also prohibited.
*All qualified citizens have
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$25 to $600ARRANGED encouraged to exercise -
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DAYTONA BEACH 19.00 24 this right of citizenship.The .
law also reserves to them
427.51 25.00 24 the right to express their opin-

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I BY PHONEDiaL 600.00 34.39 24 Federal employees may takean
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2301 S. Atlantic A'I., FINANCE COMPANY ernment positionhe should check
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HAS EVERYTHIHG! 4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384-2314 agency" regarding outside em-
241 WCSI rOKSYTII ST. DIAL I 35(,-0735 An employee does not violate
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apprentice graduates of the Naval
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Supper Club '-I': 'by Works Department were held
or 7.75 x 14 June 6.Capt..

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la, Thomas R, Brown Jr.Thomas
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CITY . . . . . . . .. Ferencz, Roy E. FergusEdward
WE UNDERSELL ALL N. Oney, Daniel E. Pack, LarryW.
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Thursday: 9:30 a.m. 3:00: p.m. Military Pay Days 9':00 a.m. 3:00: p.m.

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VP-45's Darters Hold 'Hangar Warming'

Awards Ceremony In New Squardron Home

Tax -- The daily routine ran tour of the new hangar. Squadron Darter chief petty officers were
somewhat differently Friday at spaces were opened for view appointed warrant officers. r
VP 45, as the Red Darters ing and numerous items of main- Former AOC H. J. Worwetzand
opened their doors to squadron tenance and survival equipmentplus former ADC J. M. Cranmerwere
families for an open house and one of the Red Dart Orion sworn in as officers of the
"hanger warming". aircraft were rigged for static U. S. Navy by Cdr. H. D. Wil-
More than 450 people attendedthe display. bur, VP 45 commanding officer
event which was designed to Many of the visitors also attended at a special ceremony June 15 in
provide the families of squadron the VP 45 command the CO's office.
personnel an opportunity to tour presentation outlining the mis- Now that they have received -t-
VP 45's new home in the Pat- of the their warrants, both officers
sions and capabilities
rol and will be the Red Dart,
Hanger Complex to gainan squadron and the showing of the leaving
insight into the operations of Squadron. Warrent Officer Wor
anti submarine warfare movie,
the squadron. "To Catch a Shadow." wetz will be transferred to the
After conducting a personnel Naval Air Station here, while
inspection of his officers and Make Warrant Cranmer will be reporting to Attack -
men, Cdr. H. D. Wilbur, VP Free cigars abounded around Squadron 122 at NAS Le- y Y P 1
45 commanding officer, presidedover the hanger last week as two Red moore, California.
an award ceremony which
included recognition of the squad-
ron's "Red Darter of the
Month" AD2 Ira T. Lemmonand ,,
presentation of Patrol; Plane Jax Marine NewsBy 11
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Commander certificates to Lt.J.C. n""" ..__. ,
Brasher and Lt. R. L. Pas- '}.>'

cal.In Sgt. Bob TiptonOn
I addition,AD2 J.L.Lankford,
I A02 D. L. Wilson and PH3 M.
Storms received Good Conduct 7 June, GySgt. Marwick L. LtCol. A. E.Jamescommand-
Awards. Kemp was promoted to his pre- ing officer of Marine AviationDe-
Other awards went to RM2 K. sent rank at informal ceremoniesin tachment, presented a promotion
L. Kuhlman, who received air- the office of Maj B.A.GreeneCO warrant to MSgt. Robert L. ---
crewman wings and AMI Marine Barracks Skinner June 5. Skinner is anAO :ii
T. L. Light, who was awardedhis Gunnery sergeant Kempis "B" School.student.
flight engineer certificate. serving as a member of the Ma- *
Completing the award cere- Security* Sgt. Roger A.Gregory checkedout
mony, Cdr.Wilbur presented A02 Sgt. Maj. WIllieC.Hamblin of MAD June 12 with ordersto HANGER WARMING -- Cdr. H. D. Wilbur cuts the cake at the
B. F. Carter with a letter of reenlisted for two years June 20 WESTPAC. He served 18 house warning ceremony the squadron held for the familiesof
commendation from Capt. W. W. in the office of Lt. Col. A. E. months as an AE instructor here. squadron personnel.
Honour, commander Fleet Air James, commanding officer of *
Eleven, designating him MAD.
Wing Photographer of the Month. Hamblin, MAD sergeant major, Maj. Maurice A. Holder, exe- Your Navy Exchange In July
Carter's winning photograph of a is now on his sixth reenlistment cutive officer of Marine Aviation Patronizing the- exchange and -able in the"summer- fun"sectionof
US submarine was/on display at and has nearly 28 years of active Detachment, pinned a set of barson its service facilities generates the exchange. A wide choiceof
the open house.At service in the Marine Corps newly -promoted Capt.RobertE. funds for station recreation
pro- paper goods (plates, cup, nap-
Harris Marine Liaison Officer
the termination of the ceremonies behind him. and activities.
the guests began their AO School, June 10. grams This month the exchange is kins, etc.) adds to outdoor en-
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clean time.
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By J03 Skip Fairfield
LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE The Naval Air Reserve Train- keep up withever-thangingNavy tor at the Naval Air Rework
Ing Unit Naval Air Station,Jack technology. This I have tried to Facility at NAS Jacksonville,
3909 BLANDING BLVD. sonville, has its own answer do by completing] these courses." Chief NoVak has been with the
PHONE 771-3385
man. During fiscal year 1968, "As Tech Training Chief, I Reserve Program since June
Master Chief Aviation Main am expected to know certain 1946, and with NARTU Jackson-
LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS. tenance Adolph A. Novak has things not only about my rate, ville since February 1947. He
answered 12,575 questions by but all aviation rates. I shouldbe has been a member of Reserve
completing 26 Navy correspondence able to answer most questions Squadrons VP (ML) 56, VS -
MIXED DRINKS FORHalfPrlce Courses. asked by the men under me." 742, FASRON 741, and row VS-
Chief Novak checks out two The courses completed rangein 741. His total military service
courses at a time, leaving one at rate from Yeoman First and adds up to more than 27 years.
home to do and taking one to Chief, to Parachute Rigger First When asked if he thought others
work. Averaging four hours and Chief. When asked why the should pursue this goal with Correspondence -
LADIES ONLY /; LEI per assig.iment, he spent 3,436 wide variety the Chief remarked Courses he added
DANCING EVERY NIGHT hours or about 143 days during "With the need for vet- "This is the'greatest opportunity
LI [] = fiscal year 67 68 on increasing erans in our Reserve Squadrons, for any young man to increasehis
DRIVE-IN SERVICE his own readiness and helping it sometimes becomes necessaryfor knowledge without the costly
his squadron and the Naval personnel to work with other classroom teaching he would find
Air Reserve. rates, especially in supervisory on the outside. It is especially
CASE LOTSWHOLESALE at AS a member of Reserve positions. I find these coursesare important for senior petty offi-
Squadron VS 741, where he much better written today cers who are expected to teach
PRICES is aviation technical training than those of years ago, and for others."
Chief, he feels this way a- advancement purposes, the man Originally from Wisconsin,the
bout correspondence courses: who knows the most has the best Chief is married to the former
"The main reason for a person chance for advancement." Hope Boyatt of Oneida, Tenn.
Joining the reserve program is to An Aircraft Assembly InspecNew They have three children- attending -
college, and one In junior
high school.
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reason to get home fast. More than Training 80 airman Ends appren-

tices from Florida and south

Every reason you have to get home fast is a Form 1580 fly standby for % regular Coach fare. Georgia will graduate Sunday
reason why you should try United first. You're seated wherever space is available on the from a two week recruit train-
school NARTU.
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Our jet fleet is the world's largest. That means you During the two weeks the
for fare.
United has the most frequent flights, the greatest vance 3 regular "boots" underwent some of
total number of available seats, to most of the Next time, try United. More servicemen fly with the most rigorous mental and
111 U.S. cities we serve. us than with any other airline. physical basic training that the
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K military drill and
practical airman courses ensurea
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Following the recruit training,
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ClubShedules MoviesMovies '

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will be shown nightlyat i".: 1'V! ".;"I"." '.' ..It.. ; . \ ::.

the NAS Jax theatre at 7:30 : :.
There "
p.m. will also be a Kiddie ", .

Matinee at 2 p.m. Saturdays anda Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville i ,
CANDELIGHT --The restau- regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- Florida, 32210, to arrive not 'later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thursday.Ads .
rant will be open from 11 a.m. days and holidays. The hospital arriving' too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the '
until midnight Friday and Satur- theatre will have one nightly feature publisher is 'Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must.
day and from 11 a.m. until 10 at 7 p.m. Cecil Field will be received WITH the copy for the ad.De '...
p.m. Sunday. Entertaining Fri- have two nightly shows duringthe '
day and Saturday nights from 7:30to week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- Net Seri Cash.
11:30 will be the Charlie inees will be shown on weekendsat r'

Jay dinner Combo.featured There Friday is for a $1.25 buffet, 2 and 5 p.m.Tonight Rite: MisoiniH charge ((3 llaes). . . ,|: '.;: .$2.00:

and one Sunday for $2.15-adults, NAS: "HIGH, WILD AND
$1.25 children. FREE" color documentary on Per l tlltl'I.IIII' ((4 words per n..). . . 0,50

hunting and fishing. Rating -
BLUEJACKETS INN .. The Nu excellent ((113 min.)
Sounds will entertain tonight. On HOSPITAL: "COUNTDOWN"
Friday evening the UFO's will starring James Caan and Joanna UNFURNISHED HOME FOR SOLID STATE STEREO 1968 OPEL KADET STATION
appear. Saturday features the Moore. Rating Very Good. ((109 RENT 2103 Holly Leaf Lane,Orange RADIO COMBINATION, Multi-' Wagon. Like new, less,than 3000
Georgia Champs --the Runaways min.) Park. Fine Modern home, speed changer, dual speakers, miles. Phone p.m. or' weekend,
Incorporated. Sunday afternoonwill C. FIELD: "THE CINCINNATIKID" 3 BR. 2 Baths ,Closed in Ga- auto turn off. Like new. Pay 389 5234. .
host the Main Street Bridgeand starring Steve McQueenand ragebullt-ln stove&dishwasher. balance of $63 or $8 per month.. ""#tEAL ESTATE: We' will help
in the evening the UFO's Ann Margaret. Rating Ex Drapes. Available 5 July Call Phone 353-1946 ask for Credit you Buy, Sell or Invest"
return. Monday the Clubs will cellent. ((121 min.) Lr. Cdr. or Mrs. Umbach 264- Manager. Will deliver without Bowen Real Estate, Realtor
be on hand. Tuesday will featurethe 6116 or Capt. B. H. Troemel obligation. A-l Music Center. USN Retired 384-1376
Nu Sounds. Friday 264-6759. $185 mo.SINGERS 1606 Main St.

CPO CLUB -- Pizzas go for HAUNTED HOUSE;; starringBa- FOR $15 WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near V-8, R&H, Full Power, Air,
75# tonight. Mark Castle will sil Rathbone and Joe Lansing.. Sewing Machines, left In storage. NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900 $2050.,'52 Mercedes Benz 4 Dr.
entertain tomorrow evening. Try Rating Fair. ((93 min.) Good condition. Does'everything, blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and Sedan 6.Overhead cant 4 Speed,
j the seafood tspecial for $1.25. HOSPITAL: "HIGH WILD AND complete with attachments. Unfurn. Apts. All new paint,2BR, $1450. Call 768 4831.
The Red Coast Five will be, FREE" color documentary on Yours for storage charge, $15. LR, Kit Furn Nook, Park 2
under the'spotlight Saturday eve- hunting and fishing. Rating each. Call 353-1946. Will deliver cars, water & sewage & garbage 1960 MG $795
ning. A sirloin steak will be featured Excellent (113 min.) no obligation. A-l WARE- Incl. only $85 mo. for unfurn. Exl. Cond. 68 Tag, Private
for,$1.65. C. FIELD: "COUNTDOWN HOUSE 1606 MAIN ST. Call 387-2541, nites and week- Owner. 733 1805. '
"O" CLUB -- Enjoy the Beef- starring James Caan and Joanna ends Call 3890744.
eaters buffet today trom 6 to Moore. Rating Very Good. ((109 FOR RENT ORANGE PARK FOR SALE, 1968 Kawaskal, 250
9 p.m. Happy Hour tomorrow min.) Large 3 Br., 2 Bath, L.R. D.R. '63 FIAT 4-DR SEDAN $500. cc Scrambler $500. 771 3211
and Saturday held from 3:30 to Saturday Den, FP Cent. Air DWSAR Phone 389-6085. Ext. 479, or 781 '7429 after
6 p.m. will feature a Champagne Stove, Shady. 2649795. 4 p.m.
,: Special. Tomorrow's entertain- NAS: "DIVORCE AMERICAN
ment features Charlie Jay ..100Saturday's STYLE" starring Dick Van Dyke Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean 3 BR. HOUSE TRAILER, 11/2
will be Johnny Jel- and Debbie Reynolds. Rating DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
modern trailers & Apts. 389- Bath, On Lot x 141', Well
; Inek. Stars and Bars will be Very Good. ((117 min.) JOCKEY?? For Information call: Pump & Light Pole, $4500, $200
held Saturday from 5:30 to 8 HOSPITAL: "HILLBILLIESIN 356 8351, Day or Night. 3007.FOR Dwn. $80 Mo. Contact N. W.
p.m. Tuesday Is foreign dish A HAUNTED HOUSE starring RENT OR FOR SALE -. Trout. 771 2730.
night. Basis Rathbone and Joe Lansing.. LAKE LOTS Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
Rating Fair. ((93 min.) Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. FOR SALE 6812'x 44'TRAILER
ACEY DUECY -- Tomorrow C. FIELD' "HIGH, WILD AND Terms. Call Owner 387-7379. Call Powell or Mills, USN Fully Carpeted, Take, over pay-
night features Sam Lester & the FREE" color documentary on Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park ments, $63.10 Mo. $150 Equity.
Confederates and, by populardemanl hunting and fishing. Rating HELP WANTED Realty. 9842 103rd St. Lot 9.
they return again on Sat- excellent. ((113 min.) Male or Female t
urday night. Don't forget the *: ,, Part'Time ; .' 7400 miles, 'woman'.s' car. $550. CLEAN FURN ROOM IDEAL
Fourth of July Special. Plan to Defensive driving is the best Immediate Employment Call 389 1665. location, gentleman only. ..
bring the whole family and enjoy way to stay alive. Watch out Call 389-1744 for 389-8912 or EX 89023. (
your Fourth with us. The menu for the other guy. appointment 9 12 A.M. BELLAIR BILLIARDSNOW
for the week is as follows: Tomorrow SMALL WELL FURNISHEDclean
-- Salmon Patties -- 1-------------------------I OPEN apt. Living room,. 1 Br.
75 Saturday Spaghetti all you 1 I Kitchenette, shower, private en-
can eat-.900, and dinner steaks 1 I 1967 PARKWOOD TRAILER 3 trance, A/C, Oil Heat, off street
--$1.10, Sunday try the delicious parking. Weekly linen and maid
I Br., Take over payments,
for 1 Available June 15
buffet for $1.25 (children service.
771 0261.
\ 750)), Chicken & Shrimp baskets Gentleman only. 389 8912 or
,', for 750. Game night Is Sunday; I. 1 JAX BEACH S. EX 89023.
.' no children 10 years ot age or 1 I Master Br. Prlv. Bath, Sun Deck
jj.; under admitted. I I On Ocean, Day or Week. NEED SALE PERSON WITH
V' ORF 246 4949.DELRAY Florida Real Estate License.'
ONLY people sincerely Inter
r 27 June -CVW-l Change of Command MANOR 110th & ested In helping Naval personnelneed
I f'' Party for invited guests. : jsyFAIRLANE"500"02Door : Karen St. i New all brick homes, apply. Terpenlng Realty
!;r 28 June Grand Opening of the AC Low 20's. Building Lots 781 0020.
b "Sandwich Bar" featuring a II' Available. Floyd White, Bldr.
I}! generous variety of hot sandwiches : Hardtop I 771-5643. FOR SALE OR RENT TRAILERLot
#+! including hot Corn 72' x 140', 4' Chain lengthon
k Beef, Hot PastromI, Hot Roast I "289" V-8 Factory Air ConditioNed, Power i iI FOR RENT, NICE HOME, 3 BR. 4 sides, 900 Gallon sewage
:. Beef, Carved to Order ont 2Bath, Built In Garage. Vacant. system. 300' from school stopon
freshly baked Onion Roll, Pum I Steering, Automatic Transmission, Rirfio : 7230 Ortega Hills, Dr. Ed C. mall route 8 miles from
f: permlckle or Rye. HOURS OF Philips, Realtor, EV72503. NAS. Low down pymt., 8 yrs
,' OPERATION 11 am 1 pm and Heater, Vinyl top, White sidewall tires I balance A-l Water system 50
thru Friday. Ib, In case of fire,
; daily, monday 1 I HAVE LISTINGS FOR SEVERAL pressure
: A Family Style "Swim and end. Privately Owned Cars up 80'. Water piped to well, Mrs.
;I",. Eat," 4th of July party will be I 768 3618 Faye Heman, 264 2861.
held at the Officer's Recrea- 1 0EQUIPPED i '
tion Facility from 10 am to 6 with the FOR SALE, 4 BR. 2 BATHS FOR RENT 2 BR.HOUSEFURN.
*; pm featuring Char-Broiled hamburgers I Family room, Central Air. Or- or Unfurn. Orange Park,temp. or

,:>t; and chips, hot dogs, NEW REVOLUTIONARY : tega Hills, 389 2877. permanent Qtrs. Will rent to
: bachelors. 264 6884.SPORTS .
is soft drinks, draft beer, watermelon ,
order of cole-slaw ,
V side
i or potato salad at reduced Brown ; Couple or Bachelor preferred CAR
!:' prices. 1 $75 per mo. Fishing Dock & 66 Austin, Healy Sprite$1250.
:. Enjoy a relaxing in the pool 1 Launching privileges, Free boat Westslde Volkswagen, Inc.
or on the patio with the entire Auto Stabilizer! : during week. 264 9198. .(15 1150 Lane Ave. S. 781 5511.
min. from NAS)
family. A chance to really enjoy
:"): Independence Day." Avtoniticilly assists driver li skid
All Servicemen are WELCOME to the
'"' Beacon Club 1 sitiitieis sail with siddei steps. I

;:;. 27 June "Red Coats 5" upon I I Lutheran Service Center
? completion of Game night. 1

';''r: 28 June To Be Announced. 1 I "iJ: [ Biome .flwoy from Home
::' 29 June: To Be Announced. $2650
,rr,' j 30 June> Phil Cay and the"Chantels" 1 I -::::-::: ::: ;:;:;: ; :;:;:;. 19 W. FOR S Y T H S T R E E T ;: ::::::::::::: :: :::: ::::
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"" 1 Ping Pong POOL TABLES ShuffleboardT.
Box Night"
1 July "Juke I
..' 2 July Music by the "Stand- 1 Monday thru Thursday
,f. ard Productions"fe
/-; 3 July Mel Gaden and "The 1 I Radio :..B.:#: 6:00 KM. to 11:00: P.M.
? Lazy Rhythm Girls" Record FlaytrCounselling :{: Friday
.'.".-: :" CPO Club VOLKSWAGEN INC. I ... :. 6:00: P.M. to 12) Midnight
Pastor vailabl when you } Saturday
29 June Music by the Max 1 Fla. 781 and Med 12 Noon to 12 Midnight
Wolnlshwich Band. 1150 LANE AYE, S., Jacksonville, 5511J want ono {S

3 July Bar Open, "GameNight" Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l PM to 6 PM.IImmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Rocrtatlon' Sunday P.M.
: 11,00
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Pace 10 JAX AIR

Thret 'toomors'Receive r- -


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: i Lt -- Three members of .t rA Rb o ;*.4
Fighter Squadron SixtyTwore- y
ceived awards last week In cere-
monies conducted by Cdr. D. L.

Whitman,. squadron commanding 4
officer :
1 : Yrk t, ri + w
AOC Billy J.Cate was presented '1
a Letter of Commendation,.
AMS3 Walter J. Natskakula received 1
the "Plane Captain of t Y Nt
t the Month" award, and AN'Ni- ; PSC
cholas P. DeFuria was named
i "Boomer of the Month." CA
The Letter of Commendation .

presented to AOC Cate read in '(
part: "During the period Feb- ;
ruary 15 through May 31, 1968 .

while serving as Quality Control PUC WINNER. .Cdr. James A. Burnett, CO of VA 37 presents -
Chief Petty Officer and Ordnance
Presidential Unit Citation to HM2 Paul W. Morrison for
Supervisor, through your
determined leadership and unsurpassed service with the Third Marine Division in Vietnam.

CECIL -- Danny Stevenson, (left), son of Chief and Mrs. WalterF. devotion to duty, you PUC
Stevenson, and Steve Garrett, (right), son of LCdr. and Mrs.C. materially contributed to the YA-37 Corpsmra
L Garrett, have been invested as Eagle Scouts of Troop 34, improved squadron readiness.As
at a meeting in the Wesoonnett Methodist Church. Both boys were Quality Control Chief Petty Officer CECIL-HM2 Paul W. Morrison and destroying the 'enemy, and
cited for their service to their community, troop,and school. Shown you carried out a reorganization of Attack Squadron Thirty conducting an intensive pacification -
with the two boys is Scoutmaster Cecil McMiJlian. and revitalizationof Seven has been presented the program. The outstanding
Chief Stevenson is attached to the Weapons Department here, the Branch which resulted in Presidential Unit Citation by Cdr. courage, resourcefulness and aggressive -
and LCdr. Garrett, now at Oak Harbor, Washington, was formerlya outstanding performance and official James A.Burnett,squadron commanding fighting spirit of the officers -
VA -45 "Blackbird." recognition as "outstand- officer. The award was and men of the Third
ing" during the 1967 Adminis- given for service while with the Marine Division in, battle after
trative/Material Inspection. As Third Marine Division in action battle against a 'wellequippedand

.. .. : Ordnance Branch Supervisor you against the North Vietnamese well-trained 'enemy, often
____ _' : ; >. and your men received thirteen Army and Viet Cong forces in the numerically superior in strength,
) aircraft with over 75 per cent Republic of Vietnam.The and the great humanitarianism
.BII' : ,1. r't of the gun missile systems non- citation read in part:"The constantly shown to the peoplesof
:<>> operational, and after three Third Marine Division,operating the Republic of Vietnam, reflected -
,. .: :, .,. ?t.... tX= .fl., months had all of these systemson in the five northernmost prov- great credit upon the
$n' 'tir f 7 iiY:' : : "" all assigned aircraft fully inces of the Republic of Vietnam, Marine Corps and were in keeping -
'%t 1 Y;;iH dn.;. f a;,1111Ig'tilt"t.' 'l'irli'\I' \ lltaJ operational. You have achieved successfully executed its three- with the highest traditionsof

rat, : these admirable results through fold mission of occupying and the United States Naval Ser-
Y 4 bY.bYsr devoted leadership, exceptional defending key terrain,seeking out vice.

initiative, and technical compe- .._.

COAST TO COAST tence. These accomplishments ..
were frequently achieved at the .
of .
expense your own free time. :. ;
Your performance and devotionto .,
fi t 'fry'x .
.' .i. duty reflect great credit upon .
ry' ; yourself and the Naval Service. k'
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?; The "Boomer of the Month"award ....''
read in part:"While serv- .
Ii'' ing in the Material Division your #
professional knowledge and reliability ,: { / ...
have distinguished you 4

W vSy: ti as an outstanding sailor in every
f respect. Your long hours of work

, and personal sacrifice have beena !
definite asset to the squadronand \ F1f

its mission. When given any Q +bn
MOMUMPiFL job you have completed it in a

manner commensurate with the
highest standards of the Navy.In .

every respect, you have pro- AIRMAIL GOODIES. .PC3 E. Miller left delivers
vided an excellent example for ( ) birthday
AT JACKSONVILLE HAS. all hands By your professional cake to Lt. (jg) P. A. Svare at the end of 3,000 mile journey.

ability, outstanding performance: Birthday Cake Via Airmail
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families. You can get cash In advance for an unexpected trip er special command, have earned the
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extra funds, see the nearest American office. Once American respect and admiration of all
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'MOO, '300, 500, $lob's Oak Hill U.S.cake decorated Postal Service with ,yellow a chocolate roses

and leaves arrived at the
ANY AMOUNT UP TO 600 green
Cecil Field office his
post on
Pure Service CenterOpen .

for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. cake was mailed via air
TO: AMERICAN FINANCE (Mail to office nearest you) mail and made the 3,000 mile

I I ADDRESS NAME 1 AMT.'PHONE WANTED I I road service. pick up & delivery the trip icing in two wasn't days.even Oddly cracked.enough

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HAS Officer Wives Club Notes I

Adds GoldJax The Navy Wives Club #86, 8 p.m. and was followed by a
held a business and educational dance.A .
meeting at their clubhouse aboardthe luncheon honoring Mrs.
-- LCdr. Robert M.Bickel Naval Air Station June 19. Thomas Hamby and Mrs.Dolores
NAS communications officer, Mrs. Jay Perry, vicepresident Scott, chairman and cochairman -
was promoted to his present rank conducted the initiation ceremony of the recently completedauto
June 12 during a ceremony heldin for two new members, tag sales the club worked on
the CO's office by Cdr. H. L. Mrs. Jackie Kirkland and Mrs.W. aboard the base, was held yes-
Donald. M. Kendrey.Mrs. terday. Mrs. Jimmie Gibson and
Commander Bickel enlisted Joe Turley was appointed Mrs. Alvin Stone served as chair-
in the Navy as an apprentice new scapebook chairman to men for the appreciation lunch-
seaman January 1941. Hethen replace a resignation.After .
reported to Aviation Radio Schoolat the business meeting, eon.Mrs.. Dick Hellmig will be
Norfolk. He was promoted to Lt. Dan Lawell of the Jacksonville chairman of a cake sale to be
Radioman 3rd Class following Police Department, spokeon held in the clubhouse during the
air training in VP 88 where he the efforts being made to make bingo game starting at 7 p.m.
gained his combat air crew wingsin the area free of crimes against tonight. The proceeds will go towards -
April 1942. He then serv- women and the precautions women assisting in the financingof
ed with VP-33 in the Caribbean 14L can take to protect them- sending delegates to the national -
and Ecuador before reporting to selves. After the speech, refreshments convention.Mrs. .
Fleet Photo Squadron 1 flying the were served by Mesdames David Page was appointed -
PB4Y 1 from Guadalcanal.War HONORED GUESTS -- Departing sponsors of the Navy Wives Joseph Skapyak, Glenn new layette chairman to sew
zone duty was followed by were honored at reception Saturday. They are (I r) Cdr. and Smith, Charles Smith, and Dall layettes for the needy.
an Electronics School at Corpus Mrs. L. S. Menard, Mrs. and Capt. C. D. Simonsen, and Capt. S. Shumate. The next meeting of the club
Christ, Tex., in 1947, followedby and Mrs. R. V. Berry. The club president Mrs. Thomas Ben- Mrs. Stanley Cottrill was will be held at 7:30 p.m. on
a tour as instructor at Mem- chairman of the reception held July 3. All wives of enlisted
nett gave the the clubs best wi shes.
phis, Tenn. Transferred to NAS ( : Saturday honoring the departing Navy, Coast Guard and Marinesare
Jacksonville in 1953, followinga : ; sponsors. The reception commenced invited to attend.
tour in Kwajalein, M. I., -- .m' ."ii: with a cocktail hour at
Commander, Bickel assisted A.t : 1,1 f'

setting up, ,the Aviation Guided f, 1'_ J ..", Patrol Squadron Sixteen
Missile School, NATTC Jacksonville ::ALi< .. ., '''>> : .
and following a tour as By Phiiip L. WeintraubWhy Celebrates 22nd Birthdayordnance I
an instructor was transferedto does it happen? Why will my broker Informs me that I
VAH 9 in an aviation fire his stock go up 10 points? Why have 100 shares of WPL Corporation -
control billet in 1956. does my stock drop 15? What at 10 1/4. Jax -- Patrol Squadron 16 and the aircraft were
During a Mediterranean cruise causes market fluctuation? It all As days pass, other people recently celebrated its 22nd shown.
aboard the USS Saratoga resorts back to the age old system read about WPL's new productand birthday with open house and
(CVA 60)) with VAH 9, of supply and demand. also feel it would be a awards presentation. The ceremony -
Commander Bickel was commissioned The basis of our whole economic promising investment.A was held in the west sec-
an ensign in July 1958, system is developed around man in Detroit has his bro- tion of the new patrol plane ., ...
while at Cannes, Frances. He supply and demand. How much ker buy 100 shares for him at complex.The .
later reported to LDO school in are we willing to pay for goodsor 10 1/2. A man In Atlanta Instructs open house began with a ., /
Newport, R. L, followedbyaoneyear services depends entirely on his broker to buy him personnel inspection and awards
refresher course in Elec- the availability of obtaining them.If 100 shares, but the lowest price presentation. Awards presented
tronics at Memphis.The I have' 10 shotguns, and 20 anybody is willing to sell for included a Numeral 2 in Lieu ofa
commander returned toNAS people want to buy them, nat- 100 shares Is for 111/8. 2nd Air Medal to AX1 J. E. at
Jacksonville in electronics 1959 as urally I am going to sell to the The Atlanta man Is therefore Bower, Aircrewman Wings to
assistant ground highest bidder. Again, If I have
given the choice of either buy-
maintenance officer. This tour 20 and 10 A02 E. L. Bingham and ADJ3G.
shotguns only people ing the shares at 11 1/8 or forfeiting -
was followed by a tour as main- want to buy them, I will have to his chance to get In on F. Lee; Good Conduct Medalsto
tenance control officer inVF- reduced sell AX2 P. D. Overton and ADJ2R.
sell at a profit to the ground floor. As long as
USS La beforea
the Shangri
on L, Spencer. Selected as
Staff CVW 3 any shotguns.The people have good faith and a lot t .
with the .
of the stock market works In of money, this stock will continueto Blue Jacket of the Month for
as maintenance 'officer '* much the same manner. rise. the month'of May was AX3 T. L. / ,'.

USS He Saratoga.returned to NAS Jacksonville Let's gol back to our W.P.L. In the case of a stock drop, Payne. AX I J. E. Bower receives
in 1966 assuming dutiesas Corporation we discussed last we find that people lose faith Ina Additionally, 2nd Air Medal during an a -
Stevenson and ADR1 P. T. White
week. The stock is listed on the of
electronics main; corporation and the value wards presentation conducted
ground [ notified of their selctionas
and I want to buy 100 were
exchange stock declines. When people lose
tenance officer and in March 1968 officers. during the open house at
shares. believe. the companyhas faith, they usually are not willingto warrant
assumed duties as communi- VP I6's birthday celebra -
ambition, drive and the fortitude take the chance In obtaining After the Awards Presentation
cations officer. to make it a very success- certain stock. refreshments were served and tion. Cdr. T. H. Ross, squadron -
The commander, his wife ful business. Most of all the static displays of survival gear. CO presents the award.
Kathryn, and their four children has that We have seen how the stock
reside at 2120 Figaro Lane,Jack- will company Increase Its a new profits.It's product. for a particular company will

sonville. my opinion and the valued rise or decline. When the market
Sea Refueling judgment of my broker, that this has an Influx to buy orders, OPEN SUNDAY
particular stock warrants a pur stocks will profit. When the opposite A .I..._
Of Naval Ships chase. When the shares come happens, the market falls.
out on the exchange, the market Next week I hope to offer a
Less DangerousNavy price is $10 per share. I instruct few hints on how the telephone
my broker to buy 100 shares at can be the investor's best friendor ,
ships are now less vulnerable market price. Later in the day worst enemy.tJlfA1i"IJ.
to attack while refuelingat A LITTLE GOES A LONG WA

sea thanks to a new probe
system. The 'device, will allow Your favorite Uncle Ion.w. gave Then them.. the tuned VW up.16 tightened- point Safety and and replaced Performance everything Inepect-that
ships engaging in underway replenishment t needed It. And guaranteed them lOOT. for the repair or replacementof
fuel all major mechanical parti for 30 days or 1000 mllee. Come
to connect 1 L. < anil double check.
on n
hoses, and, in an emergency, asks you to buy ENGINE "TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
rather than the minutes requiredby U.S. Savings
conventional methods. 63 VW SEDAN . . ,, ,. $950

Similiar to the systems used Bonds, new 65 VW SEDAN . . . . $1200

by refueling aircraft, the*during. probe in device- flight is Freedom Shares 66 VW SEDAN. . .... . . . $1400

being tested by many of the d 67 VW SEDAN '. ; . . . $1650
ships in the Gulf of Tonkin to Insure .Th _

combat readiness. For instance 66 VW SEDAN Air Cond . . .$1690
if attack by enemy .
aircraft should occur, ships en- 67 VW SEDAN Air Cond. . 'i';.'J. . $1895

gaging in refueling could disperse 66 VW Fastback Air Cond. . 'r . $1950
quickly, eliminating the ;
danger of vessels concentratedIn :;: : > : : ::::;: ; 67 VW Fastback . . .' . .$1950

one area. ,;: i :i :., ...;::" .;;, ,', ..,., !,. ... ':rm<;: ;: '>r->> ','m>>:>:,.,..,..: #!; !! .$H95
1t 65 BARRACUDA . . . .
The probe requires fewer men, =;.,
no physical contact with the '{::d VI tTFOWKES 65 Pontiac Bonneville DR. HT. Loaded Air. '. $1995

hoses, and it has greatly reduced ;:' 66 OLDS F85 Delude, 4 Dr. Lo. ed. Air Cond. $2000
the danger of transferring 'f.11 'iELECTRONICS
highly flammable aircraft fuels :< '- -- M 67 FAIR LANE $265U

between ships. Refueling crews ;'4- I 1 Sales Service
using previous methods could ",,> "',.; 67 FORD GALAXIE 500 XU.d.d? 2rTcond. $2895
In an emergency, disengage the 40 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
hoses from the receiving ship,but I I :: :! I i COMMUNICATIONS OVER

fuel would spew from the broken Jl e /:'.1 !i@;I TEST EQUIPMENT WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
hoses deck areas, creating
fire hazards. The new probe
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Is broken free, preventingsuch I I INC.
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added safety feature, the deviceIs "i:: _:". : '$ | 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Flo. 781 5511|
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! VP=5 Holds Luncheon


I Warrant Ceremony >' w_

Tax -- Cdr. H. C. Abeletn, school at NAS Jacksonville.- He 1
the executive officer of the Mad attended the VP 30 CRAG ,;r
Foxes of VP 5, administeredthe prior to reporting to VP 5 on ItT .,t
oath of office to Warrant January 26,1965.Moloney ; .. ;' .<'
,Officers Rodger T. Moloney and his wife Jo Ellen < : .. ,'''''. .
and Joel E. Everhart June 19. are from Pittsburgh.He received ,
The dual ceremony in VP 5, orders to NAS Moffett after he
'at which their wives were completed Warrant Officers'
present was the final step in School in Pensacola. _
their advancement. Warrant Officer Everhart an
Warrant Officer Moloney who AOC prior to his promotion,join-
joined the Navy in September ed the Navy in November 1956.
1960, is thought,to be the young- He attended "P" school in Ok-
est warrant in the Navy. He had lahoma and "A" school at NAS
previously been attached to Jacksonville. He had previouslybeen
RATTC 43 at NAS Cecil, and attached to VA 85, NAS
VT 3, NAS Whiting Field. Ocean, Naval Weapons Yor-
/He attended both "A" and "B" town Va., and VP 30 CRAG. -
Warrant Officer Everhartori '!
: Vacation Guides ginally of Lexington N. C. and : -.
his wife Francis have received
Available for orders to NAS Oceana following
orientation training Pensacola.The .
'Outdoorsmen'Washington Mad Foxes held their ,r..,.,< i'r" '
second monthly officer's lunch- :
(NavNews) -- If the NASOfficers Club June _..{ '., /: .
eon at 1"\It' lr'J.; p,. .a ".:. ; -w
I you are having trouble deciding 20.
on this year's vacation spot Cdr. H. C. Abelein execu- FAREWELL WISHES -- Harriet Potter presents gift from ComFairJax Staff Officers Wives ''hon-
I there is a book available which tive officer of the squadron pre- oring Mrs. P. K. Blesh, upon the retirement of her husband, Capt. P. K. Blesh, ,outgoing
can help you. "Outdoors USA"is sided over the event in the absence Chief' of Staff ComFairJax.NATTC.
the latest Department of Ag- of Commanding Officer
riculture guide to the adventuresand R.
Cdr. J. Farrell.
good times of an outdoors The speaker at the luncheon -
guest I
vacation forests.In one of our 154 national engineering was Thomas program Higgins manager, P3, : Behine The Scene

These recreation offer
areas Lockheed California
Corp. Hig- By June Goff
family.something There for everyone in the gins, who was accompanied from Jax--A military review was NATTC's Commanding Officer, ard Evers, training officer at
are caves to explore -
high mountains to climb California by R.W.Magee,senior held by the Naval Air Technical Capt. R.P. Kline appointed Thomas AEB) School; Lt. Dale N. Var-
and Indian trails to follow. Most marketing representative gavea Training Center Friday In honor P. Hormuth and Buddy R. ner, phase officer at AEA)
forests offer riding boating presentation of the P3C Air- of Capt. Paul K. Blesh, chief of Hembree as warrant officers School; and Lt. Richard A. Lee-
I fishing swimming and water and craft. staff Commander Fleet Air June 19. son, DC, USNR dental officerIn
snow skiing. The illustrated presentation, Jacksonville.The Hembree has completed train- the NATTC Dispensary.
Outdoors vacations are rela- was also attended by Capt. W.W. review was held on the ing in) AOB) School and is a- NATTC will be saying fare-
tively modest in cost and give Honour commander Fleet Air NAS parade grounds and was attended waiting orders. Hormouth is a well to WOl Lucian R. McComas
families a good opportunity to Wing Eleven members of his by scores of spectatorsand student in AOB) School, Class July 1.Warrant Officer McComasis
do things together. They offeran staff., and Cdr. T. H. Ross, corn- high-ranking Navy d Ma- 823. * an instructor in the AOB)
ding officer of VP-16.
rine officials, including RAdm. School.
interesting change of pace to AOA) School graduated 29 . as
the adventure-loving family I New E-3's Named Robert J. Stroh commander members in Class 808-A June
Copies of "Outdoors USA"are Fleet Air Jacksonville. 19. LCdr. B.M. Harkins, train- NATTC held a retirement
available from the Superintendent Beginning the program was an ing officer at the school pre- ceremony and military review
of Documents, Government From June ExamNine inspection of the Marine honor sented the graduates their di June 26 in honor of its former
Printing Off ice,WashingtonD.C. guard by Admiral Stroh. Follow- plomas.AO Executive Officer Cdr. Justin -
) 20402. Price: $2.75. sailors and four Waves ing the National Anthem, playedby Gregory M. Anderson who G. Ballou. The commander will
were listed as new E-3's as a the COMFAIRJAX Band, the was honorman with an 86.95 average retire on July 1 after -27 yearsof
result of the station's monthly Jaxon Lancers, NATTC's pre- received a certificate from Naval service which began. and, '
1'Ctq' exams. Ten people were, pro- cision rifle drill team performed. Commander Harkins. The class ended at NAS,Jacksonville.
1 11 moted Friday and the remaining Captain Blesh joined CaptainR. average was 74.10. Commander Ballou and his
rL three will sew on a third stripe P. Kline, NATTC commanding . family plan to establish their
before Sept. 28.Authorized officer and the two officers Members of AEA) School home in the Jacksonville area,
to be advanced to trooped the line In a Navy jeep. Class 804 graduated June 20. where he will be associated witha
E-3 off the June exam are CarlosA. Following this, Captain Kline introduced Lt. H.L.. Claude, acting super- local firm.
I Baez, Charles A. Bell, MaryA. Admiral Stroh, who In- intendent of AE Training con- . .
1 Catlin, John Garrett,Peggy A. turn introduced Captain Blesh. gratulated the students and pre- NA TIC's Little League Base-
Ferron Elena S. Jolley, Stan C. Other high ranking officers sented them diplomas.The ball team, the "Techs" took advantage -
Lone, Edna A. Meglone, JuanitaL. attending the ceremony were honorman with the high average of their last game of
Morey and Chester Rothen- RAdm. Pierre N. Charbonnet, of 92.77 was LCpl. Rich the season to beat the Marine
berg. USN, COMCARDIV Six; RAdm.H. ard N. Bascue. The class aver- team by an eight to six score.
Others listed were Larry H. Caldwell, USN (Ret); Lt. age was 79.72. The last game was played Sat-
Brandon, Timothy D. Dozzi,Pat- Col. Albert E. James commanding . urday.
j OOT utr# '1141 9ERGEANTif"CLD bUG HAS rick Williams and Kenneth M.' ; officer, Marine Aviation Detachment Hails go out this week to three Ronnie Higginbotham is the

Smith. .. . officers at NATTC. LCdr. Dov- manager of the team which is
I made up of boys from the ages
\ of 10 to 12. The team compileda
12 9 season record.
. .
NATTC mourns the death of
one of its Leadership School
instructor Chief Electrician's
Mate Thomas B. Holmes who
(L died June 18. He had been in _
the Navy almost 24 years. '
Chief Holmes reported to
NATTC in November, 1965. He
was the senior instructor of
J Leadership School.

Interment was held in Arlington S
National Cemetery Monday.

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1M Softball New Basic Pay and Social Security Taxes

-2' 42 +3 +4 +e 48- 410 412 +14 +18 +18 +20 +22 426
Tourney Set
0-6 794. 0 873.30 930.30 862.10 1113.90 1170.90 1198.40 1265.70 1313.10
3.4,95 38.43 0.93 42.33 9.01 81.52 52.84 88,69 60,42
For 0-5 635,40 746.70 797.70 622,60 868.40 024.30 993.60 1050.60 1082.10 1120.20
TuesdayCECIL 27.96 32.85 35.10 36.19 38.12 40.60 3.72 e.23 41.81 49.29
0-4 536.10 6G2.20 696.30 708.60 740.40 790.80 835.2Q 873.30 911.40 936.90
-- The Intramural Soft- 23.09 28.70 30.64 31.18 32.58 34,80 36.75' 38.43 40.10 412 I
ball League finished regular play 0-3 498.30 '056.80 594.60 6S8.S0 689.70 714.90 153,30 790.80 810.00
last Monday night with VA-37, 21.93 24.50 26.16 28.97 30.35 31.46 33.15 34.80 35.64
AMD/Admin. and VA-44 tied for 0-2 339,30 74.30 569.70 588,60 600.90
first place each holding an 8 17,07 20.87 25.07 25,90 26.44
2 record. No play-offs for posi- 0-1 343.20 379.80 474.30 .
tions will be held because two 15.10 16.71 20.87
of the teams finished in the top 0-3B 658.00 689.70 714.90 703.30 790.80 822.60
two spots in the first half.A 28.97 30.35 31,46 33,15 34.80 36.19
double elimination tourna- 0-2 88.60 600.90 620,10 602.20 677.40 696.30 '
ment will be held to determine 25,90 26.44 2'l,28 28.10 29,81 30.64 '
the station championship next a-IE 474.30 506.40 525,30 84.20 863.10 588,60
week. The top three teams in 20.87 22.28 23.11 23.94 24.78 25.90
the first half will be pitted a- W-4 507.30 544.20 556.80 082.00 607,50 632.70 677,40 708.60 734.10 753,30 778,20 804,00 866.4G
aginst the top three teams from 22.32 23.94 24.50 25.61 26,73 27,84 29,81 31.18 32,30 33.15 34.24 35,38 38.12
the second half.In Y-3 461.10 000.40 1S06.40 S12.70 550.20 582,00 600,90 620.10 638.70 658.50 683.70 708,60 734.10
the first half VA-37 emergedin 20.29 22.02 22.28 22.06 24.21 25,61 26.44 27.28 28.10 28.91 30.08 31.18 32.30
the top position, followed by W-2 403.80 436.80 449.40 474.30 500,40 19,30 37.90 056,80 076.00 594.60 G13.CO 638.70
AMD/Admin and VA174.A 17.77 19.22 19.77 20.87 22.02 22.8 23.67 24CO 25.34 26.16 28.99 28.10Y
drawing will be held, for =l 336.60 386.10 417.90 36.80 45S,70 474,30 493.80 512.70 531.60 550.20 589,70
positions in the tournament and 14.81 16.99 18.39 19.22 20.05 20.87 21.73 22,56 23.39 24.21 25,07
play' will get underway next E-9 576.30 589,50 603,30 616.50 630.00 642.60 676.50 742.20
Thursday July 2. Games are 25.36 25.94 26,5 21.13 21.72 28.27 297 32,668
scheduled for Wednesday,July $- 483.60 497:10 10,30 23.80 37OQ 49,90 83,40 596,70 863.00
and th 'r1nals. will be played on 21.28 21.87 22.45 23,0' 23.63 24.20 24,79 26.25 29.11Ee7
Monday and Tuesday July 303.90 364.20 377,70 391.20 404,40 417.30 430.50 444.30 464,10 477,30 490.50 497,10 &30.40 h96,70
8 and 9.TroIi1ies. '
13,37 16.02 16.62 17.21 17.79 18.36 18.94 19.85 20.42 21.00 21.58 21.87 23.34 2S.2k6
will be presented to
261.90 318.00 331.20 344.70 308.20 371.10 384,60 40440 417,30 430.50 437.40
the winner: and in
runners-up 11.52 13.99 14.57 15.17 15,76 16.33 16,92 17.79 18,36 18.94 19,255 .
the tournament. Game time will
$- 226.20 278.70 291.90 304.80 324.90 338.10 3 l,30 384,20 311,10
be announced following the draw-
9.95 12.28 12.84 13.41 14:30 14.88 15.46 18.02 18.33 .
ing. .
-4 190.20 238.50 251.70 271,50 285.00
8.37 10.49 11.07 11.95 12.543
Cecil Golfers $- 137.70 192.00 205,50 218.70' E-1s with less than four months' service $102.30 and
6.06 8.4 9.04 9.62 $4.50. This is the first time in 14.S. history pay pF the lowestJj2

Must QualifyFor 113.40 4.99 159.00 7,00 grade has passed the $100-a-montla mark

X-I: 109,50 14&.00
4.82 6.40 'R j

CECIL--Qualifications' for the
Annual Sixth Naval District Golf ABOVE ARE the new monthly basic pay rotes of every service-
Tourney will be held on the local man, effective from July 1. Also shown ore the higher social I 1
course beginning July 1 and security (FICA).taxes. These taxes are collected in the amounts
running through July 15. The shown. each month until for those earning $7800 or morea 1
winners in this qualification will year- a total of $343.20 in SS taxes is collected for the / 1 ae
represent Cecil Field in the District f or. For those earning less, total tax is 12 times ,the amount
. .
6' ,
Tourney. shown for their grade and service. /
To qualify for the tournamenta Where no figures are shown the pay and taxes in the
total of 36 holes must be
nearest column to the left apply.
played. Four players will be The new pay and new FICA taxes of certain grades have
selected for each of the divi-
sions in the tournament, which been omitted from the table. They are:
are: Open Senior, and Ladies. Member of Joint Chiefs of Staff (including Com
All participants must be active mandant of the Marine Corps) $2493 pay and $109.60
duty personnel assigned to NAS FICA. Other 0-1 IOs $2259.60 and $99.42. 0.9s' $1993.80
Cecil Field or units based here. and '8773. 0-8 $1797.60 and $79.09. O-7 $1563 and

For further information, call $68.77.
Bill Stott at Ext. 245.
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I 1 i Cecil L Field! Summer Recreation Program Underway

''J CECIL -- The Dependent Summer Below is a list of activity Ellis Marino,VA-174,Paul Hart- recreation, entertainment and
Recreation Program got underway offered in the program along with man, VA-87, Mike Ryan, VA-37, especially to develop the individ
here on Monday with 397 the instructors and the numberof 155 are enrolled in this class. ual's ability in one of the activities -
participants. Bowling was the dependents enrolled: Ceramics, Mrs. Clayton special offered. All events are
first activity to begin, where Archery Raider Bowmen Club, services, 55; and Library, Mrs. free with the exceptionof bowling
I instructor TD1 L. W. Eddleman 27; Weight lifting, ATS Robert Arnold special services, 43. which will be ten cents a game.
of NAMTG tutored 37 children. Reba, VA-44, 18; Tennis, ATC Applications are still availableat The program will last until Au-
I I( Much credit must be given to Velasquez, VA-44, 29; Bowling, the gymnasium for .those interested gust 9.
i the instructors, who volunteeredtheir TD1 L. W. Eddleman, NAMTG, in enrolling in one of
time to such a worthy cause. 37; Golf, Pro Bill Stott, 30; the programs. To be eligible the
.i! The swimming class, the largest Swimming, Steven Troberg, Jim dependent's parent must be stationed BUY U. S.
J of the summer activities, could McWright and Ken Maag, VA- or be assigned to a unit
1 not havebeenheld without thehelpof 105, Jim Grenham and Richard homeported at NAS Cecil Field. SAVINGS BONDS
the local Red Cross and the Hammels,VA-44,Larry Skipper, The summer recreation pro-
1 Commanding Officers. AMD, Abbey Hyatt, Operations, gram was established to provide


1 z 1
'flli1j'M" itftt l.z ,;ft, Mace, AT3 A. C. Blanton and
'" / AT2 B. M. Clark, (I to r) display -
; the alligator they caught
Monday while fishing in Lake

P'WE'VEP\\ y 4 Newman.
AMD Sailors


ppr --Four sailors from the
Aircraft Maintenance Department -
usually spend their lunch
YOU hour fishing at Lake Newman
:: here on the station. Last Monday
was no exception, so they grab-
a4 bed their spinning outfits and
__ headed for the lake. The excep-
ti FINISH THEM tion came about 12:15 when AEI
Walter Mace tried his luck at
1. 4j_ hanging onto an alligator."I .

hooked him on a silver
I m'- spoon and fought him for fifteen
i4 minutes until AT3 A.C. Blanton
r 4II could get his lure hung into
the fighter", Mace said. Fol-
lowing a 45 minute battle, the
**. "gator" was finally brought a-
II shore with the aid of a third
I $ and fourth party, AT2 D. M.
I II kx Clark and AE2 C. Poole. The
others using a "fish stringer"as
: r s' SM a lasso.
w.itti" ala '
After the alligator was secure-
,I Clay County'sOnly ly tied, the men gave it a short
f! 1I tour of the station by way of
r oyj0wu Completely the Avionics Building, and then
f ce>-a on to Burrel's Pond in the Wea-
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I I, spinning rig using eight pound
test line.
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i Marine Barracks' Tankmen Swim

To Jax Intramural Meet Win

Jax -- Marine Barracks'swim meter free relay with a 2:24.5 meter free relay were V AP-62's z_
team took first place in four were Marine Barracks' Mike Bob Travis,J. Hughes, John An-
events to take the NAS intramural Kelley, Ron Woernly, Jerry derson and F.Lincoln, And wrap-
swim title at the annual intramural Achey and Presley Schmidt. Cap- ping up second place in the 200
meet held hereJune20. turing first place in the 200 relay meter medley relay were the I '
Second place in the meet for Marine Barracks were Rick Photomen's J. Hughes, Dave ::
went to VAP 62 as the Photo- McIver, Roy Tremain, K.Brown Walker, F. Lincoln and J. An- kar
men took two first place posi- and M. Kelly, with a time of derson.
tions in individuals events and 2416. By taking first place in the u
two second place spots in team swim meet, Marine Barracks
effort events. Frank Lincoln of VAP 62 picked up 500 points towards the
Dental came in third as Eric came up with a 31:7 for first station's Ironman trophy Second
Meyer picked up three first place place in the 50 meter freestyleas place VAP 62 was awarded :
positions in individual events for VP 30's Walt :Caswellwas 400 points and 300 points wentto
his team. In the three events second. Another first place third place Dental.VP45 ISWIM_ -_ :
Meyer set the pace at 37:8 in for VAP 62 went to Jim
the 50 meter back stroke, 36:9 Hughes In the 100 meter free- Stays _
in the 50 meter butterfly and 3: style with 123.9; Marine Bar-
36.6 in the 200 meter medley. racks' Mike Lynott came in
Marine Barracks' Kenton second in that event. Atop League CHAMPS. RI ck Mclver of Marine Barracks accepts
first in first place NAS Jax intramural swim meet trophy from Cdr.
Brown wrapped up place Rick McIver of Marine Bar- Jax -- Patrol Squadron
with H. L. Donald, NAS executive officer, as team members look
the 50 meter breast stroke racks took two second place spots tinue to keep close reigns on the
43:3, as teammate Mike Kelly for his team in the 50 meter back first place position in the Na- on.
came in second in that event. stroke and in the 200 meter tional League race as they shut
Brown also took first place in medley. Teammate R. Tremain out the Gems 3-0 and Admin.
the three meter dive as KenBos- added another second place in 9 0 in contests staged last
trom captured, second place for the 50 meter butterfuly. week.
his team, VP 30. The National League's second
Taking first place in the 200 Taking second place in the 200 place team, FICEUR,is also keepup
a winning spirit as the team
dropped MARTD 7-3 and
trounced Aircraft Maintenance LAST MONTHWE
13-1 in last week's action.
Other National League action
last week saw NARTU down Ad-

,' min. 4-1; Air Operations SAID
t wallop Aircraft Maintenance"
15-4; VW 4 out hit VP
16, 23 15 and edged MARTD, ,
j 12 11;and VP-16 clip the Gems "YES
7-2, while Air Operations
squeezed by Marine Barracks ..

f The Weapons Department and To homeowner who wanted roof
the 679th Radar Squadron enter- a a new ".'
ed Monday night contests tied J' over his head.. ,
with identical 8-1 records for iTo
the American League lead. How- a man with a two-car family who wanted a.

ai ever, Weapons took over as two-car garage. ...
: sole American pack leader as the
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squad smashed VP 515 4 "" -
Too professor with a library'who wanted a
1I and 679th lost to VP-30,7-2.
:1 In other Monday night actionin set of the encyclopedia for his library.... .
: the American League, VAP-
I 62 edged Fleet Air Wing 11, And to a baker's assistant who wanted to loaf
WINNERS -- The Uncles, repre- SAVINGS BONDS 5-4; Hospital jumped NARF around the Caribbean for a couple of
Of- U.S.
senting the Commissioned 13 -1 and defeated.COM-
ficers Mess (closed), amassed NEW FREEDOM SHARES FAIRJAX Supply 15-3. I weeks.. .
20,312 points to become the NAS
Jax intramural bowling champs. To a secretary who needed a couple of thingsto

Receiving their trophies here make her little apartment into a"home"....
Tuesday were (front row) D. P. SOUTHSIDE FORDDISCOUNT
Bugay, (L) and F. S. Garcia (R) And to a woman who wanted to make a cou-

In back row are (1 r) E. L. ple of rooms in her home into an apartment.,..
Alcoran, R. M. Ocampo'ard V.
,D.. Abutin. Lt. Mary Burnside,
division officer, was at the tro- To All Military Personnel!

phy presentation.? .!.- WE'RE NOT

tennis Sign UpJax USED

-- Tennis buffs interestedin ,
qualifying for station's
Open, Seniors or Womens class IN BUSINESS
tennis squads to compete in the
Sixth Naval District tournamentsat ALL
Cecil Field July 15 19, MODELS,
have been asked to sign up with BODY TO SAY NO.
the NAS Athletic Director. Interested STYLES! .
players may'sign up

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i The scene at the NavyJax Sailing Rudder Club, FYG and NJSC, I i
'''t! Club is very lively these days, organized the racing schedule for
I( as the summer sailing program is the next year.' The first race i
I underway. The waterfront echos of the summer series will be on I RiversideChevrolet I
the sounds of our patient instructors July 14. Only July 20, the Tri- T-
1 "Watch out, you are Club Series Award Banquet will : .I I
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I shrill voice). Most of the child- place In the Bantams is Bill I .r

ren do amazingly well after only Harkins, second Bill Kelly, and ', I
1} one Week of instruction. Mrs. third Dave Sharpe. "
Jean Meyers, supervisor of the Coming up on the calendar is I
4 program, thinks the kids are a cruise to Shep's Restaurant, at \ ,
great and hopes that more will Doctor's Inlet for a seafood din- I WILSON & BLAND1NG "t, ,, I
be interested in a second class ner on Saturday July 6. The cost I ,f- I
In August. Climaxing the will be $2.50
program per person and all m I /
a will be a Junior Regattaat interested members and 'prospective PHONESP1-1341 ,: If
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