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Jax air news
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July 11, 1968


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


I Once Mighty Marlin

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3 : .. Musters at. Museum

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One of the strangest looking En route to Jax., the plane
"birds" to land at the air sta- made a stop 'Over at NAS Cor-
tion in recent years, lumberedover pus Christ!, Tex., a former sea-
the runway Tuesday after. plane base. NAS Jax provided
noon and after clearance from seaplane support throughout
J the operations tower circled once World War II and up until late
and splashed down in the St.Johns 1962 maintained an active sea-
River. plane drome.
I The bird was the famed P 5 The Marlin isn't equipped with
Marlin seaplane, the last in the landing gear and must operate
Navy on a final flight to Washington from water. Removable wheels
D. C., and to a perma- are placed under plane for
a.i ? nent resting place at the National towing on land.
j Armed Forces Museum. The After a two day stop over
museum is an addition to the here, the P 5 will be flownto
Smithsonian Institute on the banks Patuxent River, Md., where
I of the Potomac River. Deputy Chief of Naval Opera-
!: i-i::! Monday, the Marlin began its tions for Air, VAdm. ThomasW.
Conneley will the
final NAS
flight at North Island,
WASHINGTON BOUND -- Marlin slips into water for Washington flight San Diego, Calif., the same spot plane before turning it over to
where seaplanes made their naval the Smithsonian Institute.

Seven Black Falcons Dip Hands debute in 1912. plane Following crew the will ceremonies be honored, the at a

The last of the Navy's opera- luncheon hosted by the Martin -
tional seaplanes were retired at Marietta Corp., designers and
North Island eight months ago. builders of the Marlin.
; -Into.Pot of '
} Reenlistment-GolcU. --- .,___. This Marlin was prepared for its Besides the,six -manenllsted
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-- .-. ., current flight by the San Diego' crew aboard the P 5 are two
In one of the biggest bonus Wenzel, VP-Ts commanding officer cash awards up to $10,000in Naval Air Rework Facility and members of the National Armed r
days in Patrol Squadron Seven presided over the July 2 addition to their regular basic turned over to Capt. Hugh J. Forces Museum Advisory Board,
history, six Black Falcons re- ceremony In the new VP com- reenlistment bonus.VRB based Tate, CO of Aircraft Ferry Col. R. M. Calland, and Maj.J. .
enlisted for second tours of duty, plex.ATN2 on a man's rate and length of Squadron 32 (VRF 32)) for M. Elliott, both retired Ma-
and simultaneously pocketed: re- D.G. Hunter and RM2 reenlistment.In rines. Also aboard is Wave
enlistment bonuses totaling $42, J.T. Zuccarinni led the list of addition to the six first- the cross country hop Satur- Lt. (J.] 8Marianne) .'Black
money winners by reenlistingforsix term reenlistees at VP-7, AEC day. Captain Tate, former burn, flight public affairs of-
133.Capt.. W.W. Honour,commander years and receiving $8,757 W.L. Hardee executed his second chief of staff of RCVW 4 at ficer. With a relatively slow air
Fleet Wing lland Cdr. R.F. apiece. Running a close second in reenlistment agreement and received Cecil Field, Is the co pilot cruising speed of 150 knots, the
$1,400, which brought the for the flight. Piloting the Marlin Marlin was used primarily for
day's total bonus figure to over is LCdr. Donald R. McGarrigle antisubmarine patrols and mine
$43,500. veteran of many years experience laying missions while operational -
'c ) Following oaths and witnessing in sea planes. with the Navy.

; signatures Captain Honour con-
gratulated each man and com-
mented on VP-7's selective re- .
enlistment program. WO BJ. .w x
: Howard and AXC H.S. Johnson
serve as the squadron's enlisted
retention officer and senior career -
counselor. Their combined,
efforts during FY68 resulted in a
first-term reenlistment rate of
over 31 per cent and a career
rate of 87 per cent. '!Ss

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9 USS Scorpion

4j Educational

t Fund StartsIn

j PAY TIME --. Sharing the VP-7 pot of gold were RM2 Zuc-
Ii; carinni, AE2 Pruitt, AX2 Bacon, AEC W.L. Hardee, (Captain memory of the crew lost
: Honour), AE2 Matthews, AX3 Knight and ATN2 Hunter. aboard the USS Scorpion, Com- 6
mander Submarine Force Atlan- n y'.
Jax Navy Credit Union the stay in the Navy sweepstakeswere tic has established aneducational
AE2 W.E. Matthews and assistance fund for their dependent ;. .
Lists 6-MoRth Dividend AE2 C.F. Pruitt, who also shipped children. 4.
for six years and received Contributions are now being -
The Board of Directors of the $7,055 each. accepted and deposited with
Jax Navy Federal Credit Union AX2 J.R. Bacon and AX3 J.P. the Dolphin Scholarship Founda-
has announced the payment ofa Knight each reenlisted for four tion and will be administered and Home from the Sea I
5 per cent semi-annual dividend years and received $5,574 and accounted for separately.
to shareholders. The dividend $5,034 respectively.The Anyone wishing to contributeto After a 12 day trip which began ville -- thus being the first incoming -
was credited to the mem- large sums of money were the scholarship fund should and ended with rain showers commanding officer of
, bers' share accounts June 30. paid under the Variable Reenlist- make their checks payable to and choppy waters, Capt. Henry NAS Jax to arrive here aboarda
; On the-s me date, a refund of ment Bonus program(VRB)which the Scorpion Memorial Care of Otis Cutler, who will assume sailboat.
5 per cent of the interest paidon serves as an added incentivefor Dolphin Scholarship Foundation. command of the air station, arrived -
W. Dean,
loans during the first six first-term personnel in crit- Envelopes should be addressed aboard base Tuesdayeven- Capt. Byron
months of the year, was credited ical skill rates to reenlist for a to Dolphin Scholarship 413 ing. executive officer, met Captain
Cutler the Boathouse and
". to the share accounts of the second tour of duty,thereby help- Dillingham Blvd., Naval Station Being a true sailor, Captain welcomed at him aboard. pier
borrowing members. The total ing the Navy to avoid a shortageof Norfolk Va. Contributions will Cutler and a crew' of four set,
dividend paid to the members trained personnel in certain be tax deductible.The sail in the harbor of Pasadena, Captain Cutler will relieve
amounted to $223,990 and $21, critical areas. nuclear powered: submarine Md. June 27 and brought his Capt. Martin J. Stack on July
283 was returned to the bor- Under the program,individuals and her 99 man crew were 45 feet long sail boat, Scotch 19 at ceremonies aboard the
rowers, as a patronage refund. staying on the Navy team receive declared lost June 5. Mist, down the coast to Jackson- station.'

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Editorial View PointsParticipation ; t: .C) IV In'e ,5 er V IC es

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PaysAre I" : St. Edwards Chapel

'f-"': rI' SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.

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DAIY MASS - 11:30
you one of the gripers? Do you gripe about the way the club a.m.
is being run, the movies they show at the base theater, the goods '" :: ',. SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
offered -- or rot offered -- for sale at the base exchange and ,' CONFESSIONS - 5 p.m.-
commissary? Do you gripe about the school system in your community ". .\'; 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

the operation or lack of recreational facilities in your ." TUESDAY
town, the rising taxes or the poor roads? I ,,''"\;"," .1,, : '.;": .'" Single Young Catholic Organ-
If you do gripe about things such as this -- or a hundred and one ization - 7:30 p.m.

other possibilities -- that's all right. After all, ,everyone has aright ..,
to his Individual opinion -- that's one of the reasons we'rein U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt. :
the military, to preserve this right of every American.But .' Luke's Chapel

griping alone isn't enough. If you're not 'offering any con-
structive criticism or making an effort to help improve things, SUNDAY MASS - 8:00 a.m.

you're shirking part of your responsibility as a citizen.If PROTESTANT
you don't like the way the club is being run, try attendingone -- --- SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.

of the board of governors' meetings and, state your opinion.If VISITS VAP-62 The Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy :
you don't approve of the school system in your community, GMCM Delbert D. Black of Washington, D.C., (center) PROTESTANTAll
attend one of the meetings of the school board and air your feelings discusses latest recommended uniform changes, pay bills and Saints' Chapel ,

advancement opportunities with VAP-62's first class and
111 AM '" I kj : II I N
? chief petty officers during informal visit here last week. SUNDAY
BI d. #722 -

President Urges CongressTo Divine Worship Service10:00
a.m. Bldg /# 722.

Junior Youth Fellowship 6pm.

Approve 18 Voting AgeWashington WEDNESDAY Bldg. #722.

Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.
1l"r''r THURSDAY

I AFPS -- In his a young nation, young Young .Adult Club 7 p.m.
proposal to permit voting at the people have been called upon by Bldg. #722.Christian .
age of 18, President Johnson the age of 18 to shoulder family Science Service --
noted, "The young men of today responsibilities and civic duties 7:30 p.m. Bldg. #722.
rr cnnc 14CZw ttEti serve their nation in uniform with identical with their elders.
the same devotion as their fathers "At the age of 18,young Americans New Legislation
and brothers of earlier days are called upon to bear

showed." arms ... the age of 18, far more Changes HolidayOb..rvanceDates
and recommendations. He said, "I deeply believe than the age of 21, has been and
Community problems can be discussed at public hearings and that America
can only prosper is the age of maturity in America '
through the editorial pages of your local newspapers. There are from the infusion of youthful -- and never more than now."

countless methods by which you' can make your feelings,'opinions energy, initiative, vigor and intelligence The President pointed out,"The' Washington AFPS -. Be-
and recommendations known when you disagree -- or agree -- into our political pro- young people of America in this ginning in 1971, four commeno-
with the something is being done. "
way cesses. decade are far more ready, far rative will be observedon
The important thing is that you do something other than just AmendmentThe better qualified, far more able to
Monday under a bill recently -
gripe. Don't be the guy who "doesn't want to get involved" or is the of
President that discharge highest duty
proposed signed by President John
content to "let somebody else do it.
submit for citizenship any generationsof
Members of the military ,can bring a wide range of knowledge Congress approve the son.Three
ratification of the past.It
legislaturesof of the national
and experience to their respective communities when they actively
The first for Con-
participate in community and civic affairs. three-fourths of the States. proposal a ,holidays, will be celebrated on
stitutional amendment in the vot- '
amendment the Constitutionof
an to Monday
Make use of your right to present your opinions and recommendations :
advanced in 1942
the United States ing age was *
to provide, Washington's
in an orderly, logical and intelligent manner to work,toward Birthday on
the improvement of your military and civilian community. as follows: by Senator Arthur Vandenberg. the third Monday of February.
Participate actively and everyone will benefit. (AFPS) "The right of any citizen of President Eisenhower, in his Memorial Day on the last
the United States to' vote shall 1954 State of the Union Address, Monday in May.
not be denied or abridged by urged an amendment to lower the Veteran Day on the fourth
The Worth, of a ManBy the United States or by any Stateon voting age to 18. Monday in October.The .
account of if citizenif In the 90th
age a Congress, more bill also established Col-
Lt. c.E. Bartholomew, CHC 18 years of age or older. than 50 proposed Constitutional umbus Day as a federal holiday -

How much are you worth? Intrinsically or economically you are The State of Georgia since Amendments to extend voting -- to be celebrated on the
worth very little, perhaps a few dollars, outside of what you can 1943 and the State of Kentucky rights to 18 year old citizens second Monday in October.At .
achieve with your mental and physical capabilities. Socially your since 1955, have permitted 18- have been introduced. the. signing,President John-

value depends .upon' your parentage, accumulated wealth, or posi- year-old residents to vote President Johnson affirmed, son said the bill will help A -
tion attained. Politically, your' benefit to the party; historicallyyour ProposalIn "The concept has been tried mericans to enjoy more fully
being noteworthy. and tested. Its merit has been the country that is their magni-
How much are you worth? In the words of Thomas Caryle its his proposal, President. established. Its rightness is now ficient heritage.He .
"not, what you possess but what you do with what you have" that Johnson stated, "Throughout our beyond dispute. added, "It'will also aid the
"determines your true worth." work of Government and bring
Wives Club
No matter how you consider it whether economically, socially, .h. Stacks new efficiency to our economy."

politically, historically, or even religiously the man of worth is Members of Navy Wives Club ginald Berry and Mrs. Provisions of the bill insurea
the man who forgetting what he lacks simply uses what he has in a Jax /# 86 held a business meetIng Honour. minimum of five regularly
way of life resulting from a commitment to a great deal. at their clubhouse July 3. Hosting the luncheon recurring three day weekends
For the Christian then, the worth of a man lies in using his Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett pre- Mrs. Jimmie Gibson was each year for federal employees.
time, talents, abilities and wealth to accomplish God's will. sided over the meeting and initiated by member of the Board assisted of Dir- The cost will be offset to an
How much worth?
are you import avoiding disruption
as a new member Mrs. ectors.
To God, who used all that He had, the death of His son. Calvin Anderson.New The next meeting of the club of Government business

chairmen were named to will be held Wednesday. through Monday observance of
Hill! It Firewall Hoaors Captains Stack, Cutler replace those leaving the area BBI* '!: j\ holidays. ..
this -'Mr411: I -
summer. Mrs. Callas Shu- '
A hail and farewell in 4
party urday evening.
mate will be in charge of
honor of Capt. Henry O. CutThe affair will be held between cials, Mrs. Warren Anderson sp-
ler and Capt. Martin J. Stack 7:30 and 9:30 and
reservations '
takes -i
over membership and Mrs. ;

incoming and outgoing air stamay be made by calling Cdr. Haran Shirley will be cochairman & $ :k "
tion commanding officers, will J. J lC. Davis or Mrs. Dorthy La-
on public relations.
be held at the Officers Club SatPan ,at extension 3155 or 3152. x Q ,
Mrs. Thomas a
Hamby, who had
charge of the license tags sales
held on station, informed the assembly -
that the proceeds on this k
project amounts to $894. The
a AX AIR E S club voted to place half of ,

this amount in their Scholar-

ship Foundation. .
The J AX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper After the meeting refresh- ..., ....;:,::
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval! Air Station, ments were served by Mrs.Jimmie '; .',. ,
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, Gibson
Mrs. Walter
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the J AX AIR Moore
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box and Mrs. Alvin Stone.
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub Tuesday a luncheon was heldto y
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele ,
phone 772 3118 or J JI q. honor Captain and Mrs. Mar-
tin J. Stack, club sponsors leav- -

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries ing Jacksonville for duty in, Ja-
concerning such should be directed to:
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. Stacks received a silver -
Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 compote as a gift from -
the club and Mrs. Stack was k
give a pill box with the club
VOL. 26 NO. 16 JULY M, 1968 insiginia. ISSUING --V'tIIJYoIoIMI!;;.z-
Cdr. T.H. Ro:51, VP-16 CO, (L) swears ln
Also WOI Paul T.
attending the luncheonas While to his
club guests were Mrs. Re- last week, as Mrs. White looks ent rank at ce/emonies here
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I F VA-106 Deps.

Celebrate 4th

Approximately sixty dependents -
of Attack SquadronOne
Hundred Six gathered !
at Mrs. Walter. Dill's home on i r
the Fourth of July for an Independence -
ijit : rx Day celebration.Fun FFFF.

i VV and games were followedby
V VI an outdoor Bar B Q for
the wives and children of squadron -
I \ iSt ,JF personnel, Also in attend-

ance were Mrs. Walter Clarke .
and Mrs. Harris, wives of the JIifV.w
squadron commanding officer and
executive officer respectively.VA .
106 is currently deployed

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VFW AWARD .... Receiving Community Service Citations
FIRST TO RE-UP..AE1 I Kenby W. Latham Is issued the
oath of enlistment ,by Cdr. W.N. Phillips VF-661 Admin Officer .. ..... Nere: (far right) ADJ2 John R. Guthrie, AN Jesse B. Steele,
and AQB2 John Schilllnger. Present for the ceremony :was
re-enlist since the squadronwas ;tl
marking the first man to ,..
Mr. R.T. Rowley (second from left), Commander of VFW Post
called to active duty in January
1922, and CDR R.L. Mock, who made the presentation

Latham First to ReUpIn .t.t-. VA-174 EM Receive Civic AwardFive
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Fighter Squadron 661AE1 .,', I"',."'" :tt; : ":.'I: :' members of Attack Squadron to the squadron for its community

One Seventy Four were spirit.
presented Community Service
Kenby W. Latham is the Berlin. NARTU Andrews, NAS Citations by Cdr. R. L. Mock,
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first man to re enlist in Fighter Atlanta and NAS South Weymouth. squadron executive officer, in JOHN
Squadron Six Sixty One Latham holds the Navy Good behalf of the Veterans of Foreign- "...ask not what your coun-
since it was called toactivedutYin Conduct Award ((3rd award), FOURTH PICNIC..De.pendents Wars.In try can do for you-ask what
1968. Latham received Asiatic Pacific Ribbon, WWII of VA-106 gatheredfor country
January a letter to Cdr. W. F. Sal- you can do for your
his oath of enlistment for four Victory Medal, Navy Expeditionary fun and games and an lada, VA 174 Commanding ." JnautfuraJ Address

years last week from Cdr. W. Medal, and National Defense outdoor cookout on the Officer, Mr. Richard T. Rowley, (Jan. 20, 1961)
N. Phillips, squadron adminof- Ribbon.He Fourth of July. The gather. Commander of the VFW Florida
ficer.A is married to the former ing was due to the squadron Crown Post 6922, expressedthe Buy' UiS*Savings Bonds',
native of Oxon Hill, Mary- Pollyanna Ownes of Hemiatte,
being deployed. organizations appreciation new,Freedom Shares
land, Latham enlisted intheNavyin Virginia.
October, 1943, and has spent
14 years on active duty and ten .
enlisting in the Navy he grad- m
uated from Oxon Hill High School. ao
Some of his previous duty station Bellair Homes
include various shipboard
assignments, inactive USNRfrom : a {;:TIT 'uTILITY' -t
1947 to 1958, active duty at oC '; ,' > ,, : : ?',:; / ::D
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July II 1968

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NATTC : Behind The Scene

By June Goff
:&? AO1 C. W. Quisenberry was
AEC Ralph L. Callahan was honorman with an average of
relieved from the U. S. Navy by 90.68. He received honor cer-
his son Michael on July 8. In tificate from Lt. Sullivan. The
a double ceremony P. 'SRaw T8.41.
officer class average was
Kline, commanding of ** *
r NATTC, swore the younger Cal-
LCdr. ThomasO.Williams.Tr.A. .
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lahan into the Navy and trans- -- -a-
\ ferred Chief Callahan to the
i U. S. Naval Fleet Reserve.
Ili Capt. Kline presented Chief
Callahan with a Letter of Ap-
preciation in the. ceremony heldin
_. ff the captain's office The letter
read in part: "Your excellent -
leadership abilities,'devotion -
to duty and the high levelof
professional competence displayed -
PIPED ASHORE LCdr. Mary C. Bellas returns the salute of by you at all times con-
fellow officers as she retires after 24 years of naval service. formed to the highest standards ----

Miss Bellas, former assistant personnel officer, NARTU, of the United States Navy," Capt. RELIEVING OF THE WATCH AEC Ralph L. Callahan Is
plans to make her home in Orange Park. Kline expressed his and the shown being "Piped Over the Side" as he is relieved by his

Navy's appreciation for the son Michael. Young Callahan is shown on the right as Capt.

chief's faithful, and honorable R.P. Kline CO NATTC swears him in the U.S Navy.
service during the period from

BIG CHIEF October 1941 to July 1968. tory Medal WWII, National Defense was promoted to his present rankon
rmieo Check Our New Wide Oval Chief Callahan has served ((2nd Award), Korean Ser- Tuesday July 2. Capt. R. P.
And Fiberglas Belted TireswgniiwummmiimiiiiiiuinmmiiiimiMMiuiuMiiiiiiiMM duty in Attack and Fighter Squad- vice Medal and Letters of Com- Kline, commanding officer at
rons on aircraft carriers and from commanding officers -
mendation NATTC officiated at the brief
Fritz Farm lID, Ret. CPO Owner other vessels during his 27 year
under whom he has served. ceremony held in the captain'soffice.
F naval career. He served his only Michael attended Andrew Jackson .

WE UNDERSELL ALL DEPARTMENT shore duty at NATTC 1961 here: one and High School, and played LCdr. Williams reported to
from 1958 to
STORES & COMPANY OWNED STORES tour another from 1965 until the football as a defensive linebacker. NATTC May 17, 1968 from Attack -
************************ retirement. In his leisure time he Squadron 106. He is a 27
time of his
.. During the last tour atNATTChe enjoys swimming and surfing. year veteran of the U. S. Navy.
Young Callahan had been in LCdr. Williams and his wife
Senior Instructor and
NO, DOWN PAYMENTWe Water was Safety Instructor in the the CACHE Pool (inactive reserve Sal reside at 1722 DupreeDr.
for four months
Aviation Electrician's Mate ) priorto with their daughter Cynthia
,From Seaman being sworn into the Navy.
Firiarice 'Everyone" T$ Admiral. School, Class A. By following his father's career,

During his naval, career Chief he has assumed a challenge to live HONDAMONTESA
Callahan has received the Good up to the superior record set
60S!: BLANDING BLVD 771-3442 Conduct Medal ((7th Award) forth by Chief Callahan.
L (Across from the House of Bargains) American Defense service Me- Michael will spend about nine

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389-0388 246-4825 Asiatic, Campaign Medal, Vicrr:1 Calif. before being assigned a ,..
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2. Lt. J. L. Sullivan, phase officer -
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gratulated the men and presentedthem
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36 Civilians Receive Job HikesThe

following Naval Air Station Supply Department stenographer, GS-4.
Naval Air Rework Facility Robert H. Yutzy Alice S.Boat- Navy Finance Office
Navy Finance Office COM- wright Nettie D. Jackson and Jewell W. Phillips to voucher .
FAIRJAX Navy Commissary Carl N. Elliott to supply clerk, examining supervisor; GS-7 and ,
Store and Naval Hospital em- GS-5; Richard M. McCorkle to Virginia P. McLaughlin to fiscal
ployees have been promoted in supvy. supply clerk GS-7; Paul accounting supervisor GS-7. .
accordance with the station's Pullum and Raymond Krawiec to Data Processing Department
Merit Promotion Program. leader stockman and Elsa P. Richard D. Hoffman to. computer -
Naval Air Rework Facility Giddens to management techni- programmer GS-11. 1M
cian, GS-5. FAETU
James O. Stone to foreman COMFAIRJAX Grady Crawford to supply
(leadingman) shot penning machine Henry T. Robinson to travel clerk GS-2. "o
operator; ; RaymondF.Mortimer clerk (typing) GS-5. Admin Department ,
Jr. to mechanical engin- IRD Wendell Patrick to adminis-
eering technician, GS-9; MarionE. Palmer R. Ogden to employee tration officer GS-11.
Gardner to management technician relations specialist GS-7; Dor- Naval Hos'pltalShirley
GS-9; Phyllis C. Chil- othy B. Grimmet to supvy. per- J. Clemons to office .
dress to clerk-stenographer GS4 sonnel staffing specialist (exam- machine operator GS-3 and
; William M. Robinson to Mul- ining) GS-9 and Rose T. Zeil- Doris T. Baker and Dorothy Ses-
tilith operator; Samuel C. man to personnel staffing specialist soms to clerk, GS-4.
Thompson industrial cleaner (examining typing) GS-5. Public Works
; Robert L. Lawhorne Jr. to Security DepartmentJohn Raymond B. Mayberry to plan-
industrial cleaner and RaleighW. C. Shannon to policeman, ner and estimator (PWelectrical
.. Townsend to aircraft elec- GS-4; Hugh F. Bonds to supvy. systems.)
trician. policeman GS-5; and BenjaminG. Air OperationsDavid DVCC 'SERVICE AWARDS Capt. L. W. Taller
Mizell and William T. Py- H. Williams to training In
Local JobsAnnounced burn to firefighter (general) technician GS4.Comptroller. Charge, Disease Vector Control Center presents Length of
GS-4. DepartmentElise Service awirds to (I to r) Lexter Branson for 30 years of civil I
Legal Office M. Windham to accounts service employment, Sarah F. AI tee and Charles Hammond for
June B. Haolund to clerk- maintenance clerk, GS-4. 20 years of civil service work.

Merit promotion opportunities --
currently open for receipt of ap-
plications are listed below. The
area of consideration and closing
date of each is shown.
MPB No. 72-76 Plan D-Grade
levels GS-4 and below MPB
No. 79-67 Plan B-All skilled
positions pay level 8 and above.
Area of consideration: NAS,
FAETULANT Navy Hospital.
Navy Commissary Stores and
Navy Recruiting Station, Jack-
sonville. Applications for these
positions will be accepted at any
time. A separate application must
be filed for each position in
which interested.
MPB No. 128 68 Accounts :M
k}';:r:;?t {.
Maintenance Clerk GS-5. Area St 'd
of consideration: NARF NAS

NARTU.COMFAIRJAXFAETULANT., Navy Hospital,Navy Commissary -- : ;
;i Stores and Navy Re-
cruiting Station. Jacksonville. .5
Applications will be accepted : *
through the close of business p'
Wednesday.For .

further information regarding P
these .positions, see the I
copies of the bulletins or an- ;
nouncements or call Ext. 2320
. Rating and Examining Branch



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leave? The same old summer routine? sightseeing trips and many free extras. a Travel Agent soonl I IWe
That sudden feeling summer has passed Prices are incredibly low. You can
you by? It doesn't have to bel! Not when have 8
days in Miami Beach for as little
TRAVIS Eastern makes it so easy for you to use as $28.50. Or 8 days in Ft. Lauderdale
your leave for a really exciting vacation. for $35.00. Or how about HemisFair

Agency Inc. We have low-cost tours for every- in San Antonio? 4 days for 4800.
one. Almost 100 tours to places like Low military fares make it all so
Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Mexico, Ba easy.Within the Continental U.S.A. youhamasFloridaBermudaCanada.There EASTE R N
6483 ROOSEVELTAT can fly for Y3 off regular fare .
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July II 1968The

>r A, Blue Angeis To Perform Over Jax BeachThe

nation's first official jet at high altitude and demonstratingthe verted and the second plane snug-
flight demonstration team, the aerial teamwork which has gled underneath, right- side-up
Navy's famed Blue Angels, will paid off in actual combat from with the Blue Angels minimum -

present their breathtaking precision Pearl Harbor to Haiphong.The separation.
aerial display over Jackson team prides itself inbeing The Blue Angels are made up
ville Beach Saturday at 4 p.m. unique in many ways. Among all of eight pilots, a naval flight officer -
The Blue Angels are assignedthe flight demonstration teams the and 45 enlisted men. The
at. tw mission of "demonstrating Blue Angels fly the world's tight demonstration pilots are care-
precision technique of naval est diamond formation withal- fully chosen Regular Navy and
aviation to naval personnel and, most a complete wing overlap Marine Corps jet pilots, all of
as directed, to the public." between aircraft, while their whom are veterans of the war in
4 1 1fF The precision techniques are actually speed Varies from more than 600 Vietnam. The enlisted main-
standard fighter man miles per hour down to just a- tenance crew, which keeps the
euvers developed in practice and bove stalling speeds at 170 miles Blues' supersonic Fll A Tigersin
actual combat by Navy pilots. per hour in their diamond slow top flying conditions despitethe
The team also demonstrates the pass. heavy show schedule, is the
high performance capabilities of The Blue Angels are the only finest to be found. '
our latest service fighters as wellas supersonic team that performsthe The line up for the 1968 sea-
Ir the high level of training and difficult echelon rolls, high son is as follows:
skill needed to fly them. performance take off in diamond Cdr. Bill Wheat # 1, leader;
Seperated by only 3 feet, the formation and six plane delta for- Capt. Vince Donile, USMC,flying
four planes of the diamond forma mation landing. The two solo # 2 on the right wing; Rick
tion trail brightly colored smoke performers Were the first pilotsIn Millson, flying # 3 on the left
streamers as they flash across the world to fly supersonicjets wing; Lt. John Allen, flying
the sonic # 4 in the "slot" position of
sky at near speeds in a "back to back.
in: intricate loop and roll maneu- formation with the top man in- the diamond formation.< Lt. Hal
versoMaxlmwrf ,. .. .., ---- -...---,............... ,-
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performance maneuvers -
gyp by the two solo pilots demonstrate ". : .
the high performance ." \
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4 capabilties of naval aircraft at r::,
closing speeds of more than
1,000 miles per hour. ;
Precision teamwork and
.-';('" exacting coordination are next
d displayed as the solo aircraft join
the wing tip to canopy diamond
formation for a dazzling seriesof
six plane tactics. wo
Ordinarily, the tactics that the

Navy's famed Blue Angels In Flight. team demonstrates are executedat
30,000 to 50,000 feetbut,since
the viewing audience can't get to teiiMgMmftThe -<'?P r .,.. .. If ." I[l1tr i 1">:(1iIPr = "_ ':IIi) 1':1:<'1 'II''!
that altitude easily, the team
brings, the maneuvers down to nine Blue Angel officers are (I to r) LCdr. Bud Jourden
eye level. Lt. Smokey Tolbert, Lt. John Allen, Capt. Vince Donile, Cdr.

This involves performing at Bill Wheat, Lt. Rick Millson, Lt. Hal Loney, Lt. Rick Adams,
low altitude each of the maneu- and Lt. Fred Wilson.
vers taught student naval aviators Loney, flying # 5 and Lt. Smoky -
Tolbert, flying, # 6, do the
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"Cougar" on jet orientation I ,
Ir I lX flights for newspaper television '

\1\ ,' '\ '. _.,;. and radio media representatives.LCdr. .
the aircraft
Bud Jourden

,. maintenance officer, is in chargeof
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led the chief to believe he was brokers work on a repeat bus- \
$ finally going to make some easy iness and they want to satisfyyou ,> )
money. as a customer. Is he in a lI( )
After a week had gone by the hurry? A good broker will nev- ,' It
phoney broker called the chief er push. He will always be a-
again and told him the stock had round and depends on you call-
By Philip L. Weintraub gone up. He advised the chiefto ing him. Does he promise youa :JU1 1w .
profit? No stockbroker will
buy some more if he could.
Telephones ring every hour Not enough emphasis can be Eager to make it really big, the ever tell you that a profit is
of every day and businesses let definite. If they knew that they
placed on the importance picking chief took out a second mortgage -
telephones talk with other tele- a reputable broker when on his house, all his sav- would all be millionaires. w
phones., One of the unique inventions buying stocks, especially when ings and some money he had in Remember to think of what
of the century, the telephone doing business by phone.A series E savings bonds. you have to lose. If you can afford -
lets anyone call next dooror chief once told me a storyof After the crook had receivedhis It may be worth it. If
around the world.In how he got taken in a phone check the chief never heard you can't, don't take the chance.
the brokerage busIness,the racket. He received a call froma from him again. A broker with a reputable firm .PvT....
telephone plays a significant role.A "self appointed broker" who How can one protect himself will be worth his weight in stock / 1
phone call is all it takes to offered to sell the chief sharesof from falling Into the grasp ofa certificates. OONT 1W. ME WUt1L'tATAMfi{:
buy or sell thousands of dollarsin stock in the new Air Polu- sharp talking con man? A few Next article: Investment clubs ,RUNTY; nrccmt rues. JONES
securities. We use a tele- tion Industry. Following a smooth simple rules to follow are: Check and how to start them. wo I lSID TO owl1"JUJQ
phone relay system to call sales pitch the chief gained en- the man out. Is he a member of
in our orders on the floor of thusiam and decided it was too the National Association of Securities -
an exchange. The phone can good to pass up. Capitol appreciation Dealers? Is his firm
also be used to obtain closing of over 400 per cent and registered with the N. A. S. D? ) dd l@ m@1ID I I IY
market averages 24 hours a day. an option to buy more at anytime Who referred him to you? All Q

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Chief Hutchinson Completes 30From

dodging Kami Kazes night action. He later partici-
off the coast of Guadalcanal to the pated in the invasion of the Leyte
Gulf Guam, Okinawa and operated -
t d t relative calm of Fleet Air Jack-
dye sonville Headquarters, rangedthe off the coast, of Japan a-
board the USS Okanagon (APA
30 year naval career of BMCS
Ralph H. Hutchinson. Chief Hut- 220)).
chinson retired from active naval The chief returned to the
United States in November of
service in a ceremony held here
1946 and since has served a-
r Julyl.One of the chief's early assign- board the USS Missouri; on the
ments was the transportation of staff allowance of COMOP-
DEVOR in Norfolk, VA; USS
h P gold bullion from England to the
Tiy United States, while he was Essex; was the tugmaster at
aboard the cruiser USS Honolulu Mayport, and finally was the chief
i prior to World War n. master at arms for Commander
Fleet Air, Jacksonville.
After this tour he was sent
6 to the USS Aaron Ward (DD483)) __' ''''''< '''''h .>. .. "_ ?'. Chief Hutchinson is the son of
He reported aboard while she was Chief Hutchinson Andrew Hutchinson of Daytona
still under construction in the survived seven Kami -Kaze at- ]Beach, and is married to the
Kearny, N. J. shipyard.As tacks. She also had the honor former Miss Ennice Gamble.mtlmmnnuwlmuanawnlanlumumalwnwamii.
soon as the Ward was com-
dropping depth charges on
she deployed to the Paci- "mlR
RETIREMENT Lt. Donald W. Gray received a station fic via the Panama Canal. She two enemy submarines in the I SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL 1I .
plaque from HAS Commanding Officer, Capt. Marthi J. Stack, same night.Friday .
reported to San Diego in May 1942 I MARSHALL ACRES I II
the 13th, November
his retirement after 20 naval service. Lieutenant USS I
upw years where she joined the Wasp
1942 for 9359 103rd St.
proved .unlucky
Gray, formerly RATTC watch officer and division training officer Task Force which headed for Ward and her crew, which included I J ackaon\'l1l.'. newest .
modern mobile home
retired after 15 enlisted and 5 commissioned Guadalcanal.In .
years years HutchInson the captain ofa 5 community Is now open. for
service. He, his wife and their four children will reside in preparation for her forth 5" gun crew. The ship was j your Inspection. Large
Gray, Maine coming ordeal, the Aaron Ward in what is remembered as Iron 18 ONLY $35 PER MO.
bottom Bay off Guadalcanal. Star Swimming pool, tennis court,
shells lighted the sky fired from shuffleboard court, B-B-Q
picnic tables will be
ships of the "Tokyo Express." Sit for your enjoyment. g
The 140 man crew of the Ward act today call a
suffered 15 killed and 17 wounded F.S. Martin. Manager: g
in the engagement. 359-2924 i
: Senior Chief Hutchinson was |I for full details |
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Bldg. 13, Main Gate Ext.3553 or 387 2811 0800 to 1700
T 4-Ply nylon tire ford Monday through Saturday At Mayport 'Disbursing: Office.
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will be shown nightlyat Schedules ; f11, ,'v, ',' '''< '1 K'I ":, ,' ,'
the NAS "' ,
Jax theatre at 7:30 '
p.m. There will also be a Kiddie \ MI _' k/\<" :-t,' _
"O"CLUB -- Enjoy the beef-
Matinee at 2 p.m. Saturdays and
a regular feature at 2 Sun- eater's buffet today from 6 to Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blending Blvd. Jacksonville,
days and holidays. The p.m. 9 p.m. Charlie Jay will provide Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
theatre hospital music tomorrow night and Johnny arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the ,
will have one nightly feature Jelinek will be on hand Satur- publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
at 7 p.m. Cecil Field will A be received WITH the copy for the ad.
'' have two nightly shows duringthe day night. Champagne Special
will be featured during Happy
week at 5:30 and 8 Mat-
p.m. Hour tomorrow and Saturday Do Hot Sold CashMiHimum
inees will be shown on weekendsat
from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Tuesday,

THURSDAY 2 and 5 p.m., July I II I foreign Polynesian dish food.night will feature Rete: charge ((3 lines). e e e . . .$2.00

NAS: "GUNN" starring Craig CPO CLUB -- Pizzas go for
Stevens and Laura Devon. Rating- 75# tonight; The Tune Twisterswill Per additional line ((4 words per line). . . 0.50ZIG

Very Good. ((102 min), entertain tomorrow evening.
HOSPITAL: "PROJECT X" Try the seafood special for$1.25.
starring Christopher George. Tommy C. will be under the
Rating Good. ((105 min.). spotlight Saturday evening. Try ZAG FOR $43 LAKE LOTS FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
C. FIELD: "DANGER DIA- the sirloin steak dinner for$1.65 SEWING Machine Original Guar- Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
BOLIK" starring John Phillip. Saturday night and the Prime antee, Zig Zags, makes buttonholes ,Terms. Call Owner 387-7379. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.

Rating Good. ((112 min.) Rib Roast for $1.95 on Sunday Sews on buttons, decora- Call Powell or Mills, USN
ACEY DEUCEY CLUB -- To- tive designs, monograms, etc. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1 Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
FRIDAY, July 12 morrow swing to the music of Just pay balance $43 at $8 per Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean Realty.
Mark Castle's Dance Band and month. Call Credit Manager. modern trailers & Apts. 389-
NAS: "SECRET WAROfHARRY Saturday the Five Clubs are featured Phone 353 1946 anytime. Will 3007. FOR SALE OR LEASE ((2 Yrs)
FRIGG" starring Paul Newman for your listening and danc- deliver, no obligation. 1606 MainSt. 8 Miles from NAS, Have 6 lots
and Silva Koscina.; Rating ing pleasure. Sunday night is our HELP WANTED 72' x 140' for 50' and 60' trailer
Excellent. ((118 min.) game night which starts at 6 Male or Female homes. 900 Gal.Sewage systems
p.m. No slacks, shorts or cul- FOR RENT 2 BR.HOUSEFURN. Part Time Rockwell Al water, Completely
HOSPITAL: "GUNN" starring lottes allowed in the game room or Unfurn. Orange Park,temp. or' Immediate EmploymentCall fenced 4 sides. Also fire main,
and Laura Devon,
Craig Stevens and no children under ten al- permanent Qtrs. Will rent to 389-1744 for 80 lb. pressure, On Mail Rt.',
Rating Very Good. ((102 min.) lowed. Tryour: Sunday Buffet all bachelors. 264 6884. appointment 9 12 A.M. 300 ft. from school bus stop.

C. FIELD: "PROJECT X" you can eat for $1.25, children's Also Furn. 50' Trailer for renton
starring Christopher George. plates for 750. Also rememberout UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT Large Lot. Phone 264 5140
4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near
Rating Good. ((105 min.) Hour payday is featured buffet Monday tonight.through Happy Bungalow w Istove&refrig.Furn. NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900 3 FULL BLOOD GERMAN -

Wednesday from 4:30 to 6:30 Dining Rm., Garage & Space blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and SHEPHERD PUPS For Sale, 5
SATURDAY July 13 p.m. Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8.5545, Call Unfurn. Apts. All paint,2BR, wks. Beautifully marked.

NAS: "SECONDS" starring after July 8. LR, Kit Furn, Nook, Park 2 264 2964.
Rock Hudson and Salome Jens. Cecil cars, water & sewage & garbageincl.

Rating Very Good. ((114 min.) REAL ESTATE: We will help only $85 mo. for unfurn. TOPS CLUB
Thurs., July 11 "Bar and Dining Sell Invest." Call 387-2541, nites and week
HOSPITAL: SECRET WAR OF you Buy, or (Take off pounds sensibly) meets
HARRY FRIGG" starring Paul Room" Open. ,Bowen Real Estate, Realtor ends Call 389-0744. every Thursday 7:30 P.M. Hotel

Newman and Silva Koscina. ((118 Fri., July 12 "Country Music USN Retired 384 1376 FOR: SALE1964 2 DR. H/T, Mayflower. Obese females wel-
by Loz Owens and the "Lime come.
'DELRAY Bonneville, One Owner, A/C.PS,
MANOR 110th
from witha
"GUNN" lighters" Tampa.Fla.
C. FIELD: starring
Craig Stevens and Laura Devon. Special "Lobster Dinner" for Karen St. New all brick homes, PB, Must sell within next 2 weeks. 1963 DODGE "440" V-8
Rating Very Good. ((102 min.) $2.75. AC Low 20's. Building Lots NAS Jax, 3501 or 2431; after EXL Coed $750. Call Ext 2336or
Available. Floyd White, Bldr. 4 p.m. 771 3895. 264 2045 after 5 P.M.
Sat., July 13 Music by the
SUNDAY, July 14 771-5643.

HOSPITAL: "SECONDS Sun., July 14 J. B. Coon on Privately Owned Cars "283" V-8 / AT, R & H. Any
Rock Hudson and Salome -
starring STEREO COMBINATION 768 3618
the Piano, Music by request reasonable offer. 264 4853.
Jens. Rating Very CONSOLE MODEL with radio
5 to 7 p.m.yClub OPen at tp.m"Mon. "
((114 min.) take 'up payments on beautiful DO YOU WANT TO BE'A, DISC FOR SALE '63 TRIUMPH

., July 15 Bar Open. stereo like new. 4 speed rec- JOCKEY?? For information call: HERALD 1200 new top. $450.
gpgpp Tues., July 16 Bar and Din- ord changer. Balance due $68 356 8351, Day or Night. Call 772, 2466 or 264 6723
Navy Retiring ing Room Open or $8 per month. Phone 353-1946 after 4:30 P.M.
Wed., July 17 "Game Night" anytime. Askfor Credit Manager.Will CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS

Soon? Bigger and Better, Special deliver no obligation. A-l '66 FORD FALCON2 DR. $50, $100 DOWN HOMES, 2, 3, 4
Spaghetti, $1.00 for Adults, Music Center 1606 Main St.
Club Coupe, 6 cyl., Stand. Shift. Br., 1 1/2 baths, total pay-
Excellent Business 750 Children. Jacksonville. $1195. ments from $75 to $105. Mo.

Opportunity '64 CHEVROLET IMPALA4DR.H.T. Furn. & Unfurn. Rentals. No

DIPPER DAN ., 283 V-8 Eng., A/T, PS, qualifying, equities. For all your
ICE CREAM SHOPPE PB, $1095. Real Estate Needs call GodwinBroke"r

Franchise available at OPEN SUNDAY '65 VW SEDAN, R & H., $1095, 384 4758, 24 Hrs.

Southgate Plaza New Paint, Good Tires. Call

744 0504 Mr. Madison, Base Ext. 2431or '
Mr. R. L. Venable
Available Aug. 1,2 BR, LR, DR,
3432 Beach Blvd. & Bath $70 includes
Kit mo.
water Nr. Elem. & Jr. High
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY Take small over equity.payments 7817703.$64.66.. plus School 6024 Hyram Ave. Phone

771 2398.
We I.*. them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspect
... ion. Then we tuned up. tl ht.n.d..nd replaced erenrthlnf th.tne.d.d FOR RENT
It. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or replacementof BABY FURN. FOR SALE BAS-
all major mechanical parts* for 30 daya or 1000 ml tea. Come Private Lot-Equipped for Mobile SINET, Car Bed, Walker, Swing,
on In and double check. Home W/Space for Horses. Call
'- 3 Infant Seats and other items -
771 6908.,
_..__ Jc.

= 65 VW SEDAN . . . . $1200 FOR SALE
6104 Hyram Ave., 2 BR., Den.
66 VW SEDAN. . . $1400 Ev. Hartzog, Rltr. 264 2414. $65 Fits 1965 Models
& Older. 771 7396.

67 VW SEDAN. . . ," .... '. . $1650

66 VW SEDAN Air Cond. ,: .:. . $1690 Bay Quarter Type Gelding,6 yrs. 2 Houses 2 Wells, 2 Septic
YO u independent/ old. $350 with saddle. Call Tanks 771 6102.

Insurance/AGENT/ 67 VW SEDAN Air Condo . . '$1995 771 5920. '

from base 3 BR, 2 Bath, Nice
'67 VW Fastback. .." ', .$1950 Alive and Willing Home 7230 Ortega Hills Dr.
Men or Women with a desire to L
EV7 2503 EV7 7059.
For insurance 65 BARRACUDA. .' .-, . . .$1195 make top money. Experienced

65 DODGE CORONET "500"As? lrv nd.$1695' not. Part time or full time. FOR SALE 4345 TIMUQUANA
service reliable horse
beyondthe Automobile or
Road Opposite Venetia School
65 Pontiac Bonneville* DR. HT. Loaded Air. $1950 necessary. Phone 771 2072. $500 Down FHA 264 4361.
66 OLDS F85 Deluxe, 4 n;. Loaded Air Cond. $2000 SCOOTER LAMBRETTA
100 2500 mi. cond.
cc ex.
AutoFircLifeHMIHIHItlllNIHUINWIIIIIIHUUIIIIIHIIIIIHIIMNMI. 67 FAIRLANE 500.2 Dr. H.T. Loaded Air Cond. $2650 724 8159 week day eve. NEWLY Parents -WED Special&OfferModern EXPECTANT

Portrait Plan. Cowhide Leather
No Credit Problems! Family Album and a Lifetime
Hardtop Fac. air, power, radio,
Available to of 8 10
Financing Supply x professionally
good tires 38,000 miles.New con-
ALL Military Personnel dition. 387 1370. enlarged portraits certificate.
WESTSIDE I 389 6860.

DAWSONIISlrllce Advertising Saleslady and "Gal

VOLKSWAGEN INC. .Friday. Will consider full timeor
Agency part time. Must have auto, SHOOT POOL

211 I E. Forsyth St. 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 pleasant disposition, ability to It's Good BELLAIR For BILLIARDS Your Mind!
Call 353 7534 learn quickly, and willingness to
Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l 1 PM to 6 PM work. Good pay. Blanding Blvd. at Bellair

jr: F ; Phone 388 -2755 for interview. Shopping Center.

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Page 10 JAX AIR

Historians Record r

I f.w Navy's Role i II YN PTi''jT':: '

A special group of Naval personnel -
attached to the staff of
Commander U. S. Naval Forces,
Vietnam, has been assigned to
a gigantic task -- to record accurately -
the history of the U. S.
Navy's vital role in the Viet-
namese war.

These are the people of the S
Historical Section'who spend end- n[

a.. less hours doing research, -
digesting reports and travelingover -

VALIONS SCORE TWICE....Ens. W. Harms (I) and Lt. J. the country getting "firsthand" ,
information where
Newman (r), at ceremony honoring them after they had made ficant events occur. They signi-are
127,000th and 128,000th arrested landings. found behind
usually working
their desks in Saigon, but they
VA-15 Pilots Score also have been seen trudging (fig),, Thomas, L. Olson (r), of HC-2 picked up an old football
through swamps in the Mekong opponent when he rescued Lt. (jg) Frederick C. Lentz, Jr.,
Delta and talking to Montagnard of VA-82 from the Gulf of Tonkin recently.
villagers in the mountanious
Double Landing Marks regions of Vietnam's central
highlands.Five Football OpponentsNow

CECIL. Two of Attack For Lt. Newman
-- pilots this was officers and two enlistedmen
Squadron Fifteen, based here, nothing new as he Is a veteran read hundreds of radio and Same TeamLieutenant
made 1000th of combat
consecutive arrested two deployments and teletype messages of daily naval
aboard the Forhas 300
landings over carrier landings.
restal recently. Ensign W. But for Ensign Harms, a Ire- activity additional in information Vietnam They from get the (junior grade) Tho- and Attack Squadron 82 respec-
Harms slipped his A4 into' latively new member of the mas L. Olson recently pickedup tively, operating with the Seventh -
the "wires" for the carrier's squadron, the 127,000th land- weekly summaries Issued the by an old football scrimmage opponent Fleet off the coast of North
various commands in
127,000th arrested landing and ing will not be forgotten.He has : when. he assisted in the Vietnam.
Lt. John Newman made it two the distinction of being bothin country, and from news releases rescue of Lieutenant (junior They played high school foot-
a row for the "Valions" the youngest and most junior written by Navy Public grade) Frederick C. Lentz, Jr. ball in neighboring communities -
Affairs offices. But times
when he made the 128,000th pilot flying from the decks of the many learn the from the Gulf of Tonkin. The in Wisconsin and scrim -
Forrestal landing. the Forrestal. only way they can men are assigned to the air- maged against each other in 1951.
whole story is to take a trip to craft USS America (CVA 66)) Lentz was quarterback and cap-
the spot where the action oc- with Detachment 66 of Helicopter tain of the Salem High School

cured. Combat Support Squadron Two squad and Olson was co caP-
E> Bobs. Oak Hill tain and guard for the Burl-
ington gridders. However, on the
most recent team effort, it was
Service CenterOpen
Pure Lt. (jg) Olson calling the sing-
r nals. The play called for a 20-
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. minute pass via helicopter from

America to where Lentz was in

rood service pick & delivery the water about 15 miles away.
I up Lt. (jg) Lentz, who had bail-
II mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars ed out of his 'damaged air-
Ii craft into the Gulf of Tonkin
said he'''Was hot unhappy about", '
I 103rd. & )ammes Road ,, the call.
771 9156 Jacksonville FloridaNA.TZONAX

.r NAVNEWS .' A research submarine -
!_ ._-W': = :: tl.t.\1'm: >_?;:W':IDW$ *:'t ; capable of both advanced

military research and basic o-
: ceanographic research, was
lMaI""j' launched by the Navy last month.
The USS Dolphin (AGSS 555))
will be the world's deepest
diviing operational submarine.
NR CHAMPS .....Cdr. Neil Craig AMD Officer (I), presents, It will operate at depths in excess -
I trophy to AKI D.A. Rodgers and AZI W.A. Brown of the of 400 feet. '
f I AMD Staff Division for being the championship division in the The ship -= about 150ft. long
Department during the recent Navy Relief I Drive. The Staff and displacing 900 tons u. will
I personnel had.a. participation of 137%-. The overall contribu- be able to carry 12 tons of
; p
I Ii tion by the Aircraft Maintenance Department totaled 98642. oceanographic equipment.

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NAS JAX FACILITY OFFICE $399 Juan of Niblick

Phone 384 4406
Building Ext. 3870
f 1 J. 2, & 3 Bedrooms

Monday Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. .. 3:00: p.m. tGardcn Type Apartmentswith'Country
">. Thursday: 9:30 a.m. .. 4:30 p.m. i.. : L IM3I0QQODOWNTOWN Atmosphere CrUD;
Friday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. '
equipped with! (i-E
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HAS NORTHSIDE-6308.Main St. PO 55591 'Individual Air ( dnditionlnq'
26 Ext. 226 WESTSIDE-532 Cosset Ave EV 8-7371 and' \\catinci\\ by Cj-E
Building SOUTHSIOE-3388 Philips. Hwy. EX 1.9510 Drapes furnished
.' = Main Sts. 354-9051 Wall rz'all\ ( arpetin and
Monday Friday: 10:00 am. *.. 2:00 p.m. ; .,l.ara.e! Swimming, P o"F "
: Military Pay Days 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Ln
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Admin. Squad Shatters Fliers Crack 'Egg men' I

VP-45's Perfect RecordJax 1-0 in Diamond Opener

Jax -- The Jax Navy Flier the Painter's,, needed for the
-- The Administration De- Marine Barracks 12 10. t varsity softball team started the win as they edged the Fliers
rtment, ranked fifth In National In the American League, the season with a victory here Sat- 2-1.
League standings, edged the lea- Weapons Department is keeping urday night as the squad splita Les Carroll was the losing
gue leading VP 45 squad 3-2 tight reigns on the league leadas double header with Painter's pitcher.
last week to shatter 45's perfect the team picked up two more Poultry of the Jacksonville city The Fliers will have two double -
. 12-0 record. wins last week downing Medi- league. headers on tap this week-
The upset came in the bottomof cal 10 5 and taking VP 50 The Fliers picked up four hits end as they take on Cecil
the seventh innii. with VP-45 10-6. in the first game as Larry Helm F' leading 2-0. With no outs, Keeping the Weapons squadon and Ken Winkle singled, Tom game getting underway at
Admin's pitcher, Bill Kennedy, their toes, the second ranked Boutwell doubled in the fifth 7 at Mackroth Field. The two
led off and singled sharply to 679th Radar Squadron made their inning and Don Peters tripled teams will again tangle Sat-
center the stole second. Third record 12.3 by smashing NARF driving in Boutwell making it 10 urday at Cecil Field with the first
baseman Jim Quinn got a sin- 24 12 and edging VP 30, for the win. game also beginning 'at 7 p.m.
gle driving Kennedy to third, 8-7. Don Stewart, who has a 12 -1 *
then reached second on anerror. In other American League action record in intramural play, con- Profits generated by vending
Center fielder Dave Tuscan last week, third place Hospital -' tinued his winning ways in takingthe machines, soda fountains, and
then drilled one down the right chalked up another win victory for the varsity squad.In ship's stores afloat are re-
field ,line for a stand up triple trouncing NARF 17 8; fourth the second game the Fliersout retained by the ship to provide
driving in Kennedy and Quinn place VAP 62 picked up hit the Painter's squad recreational activities for mem-
making. it all tied up 2 2. two wins walloping VP-5 6-2, but three hits were all bers of the crew.

The clincher came when cat- 12 2 and downing Fleet Air ...n""n oo..n"_ n..n4IIIIII CHIII o..oI
cher Wallace Crowder smashedone Wing 11, 11 8; and fifth ) e,
to third and Tuscan scored place VP 30 shut out Supply ... i- Esw o
the third baseman threw Crow- 12.- 0. \. C''. \ ,. Roosevelt
as c / I Ii I
der out at first. ( 1 CAR WASH II
The winning pitcher, Kennedy, During the first six monthsof STATE BEAUTY Dawn Mall
Cashwell, Miss Florida couldbe
hits while Don Io
gave up two 1966, Americans purchasedan
one of the reasons why so orEN DAILY 8:30: AM 5:30 PM
Stewart of VP 45 limited Admin approximate total number of i i iI
find the Florida
to three hits. Stewart now 54 million U. S. Savings Bonds. many people
has a 12 -1 record. Beery so
Elsewhere in National League '::' {:' :: : '"' '. ;' ": ':':::"/' '-::"::" I o
: "

continues to keep a tight grip on ......,...... .'." .. : :.. '.... : ::..;, PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
< '
the "
the second place position |
as l .
: :>: *;; :(<::it? ;; .'. :'fr ""i. YN:1f1 ft squad downed Aircraft Main -
tenance 6 1 to bring their -- ---- Support the Jacksonville Rockets
season's record to 11 2. Jax--Qualifying rounds will be fy to represent Jax Navy in the i j
Third place VW 4 chalkedup played Saturday and July 20 for 6ND affair.
their eighth and ninth wins participants in the Sixth Naval Qualifying rounds will Include |i Buy Your Season Tickets Now!!! 2 j
last week whipping Air Operations District tournaments which will an 18-hole play Saturday and 18
11 -1 and routing MARTDto be held here August 5-9. holes July 20 and pairings and SPRAWAX. 50*
All military personnel on active -
a 7 4 decision. starting times will be arranged i ;
Other games saw Admin stop duty for a period of 90 after these qualifying rounds. | Located in Roosevelt/ OShPP/ Center f
Aircraft Maintenance 14-10; days or longer, participating in For further Information or assistance o. 0
NARTU defeat MARTD 10-2; the NAS composite fund and the contact Frank McCaf -.n4lll n4llll u..u4ll n4llll n4llll n..n4lllll ...o

Marine Barracks down the Gems Jax Navy sports program are frey, NAS athletic director, at

.8 4 and Air Operations clip eligible to to compete play in for the the 6ND opportunity 3239. fvr '4"a Say Alohato

IronmanJax golf tourney. ; OPPGRtUNtSkT Your Neighbor! .
The qualifying will be for three
-- Five intramural teams
are in contention for the station's divisions--the: Open Senior and .. RpMUck : .
coveted Ironman trophy which Is Women's--playing 36 holes by : .
presented twice yearly. medal play, governed by the US DRIVE TO
Golf Association and any current
The winner for spring sports
local rules. The low four
will be decided at the close of scor- t 9GWFttll ;
ers in each division will quali- ..
the intramural softball season a :; x
few weeks away. The team taking HAWAII
first place In both leagues
will'receive 300 points and intra-
mural softball champion will pickup vr.
1,000 points toward the trophy. DAYTONA BEACHflaWauabt
Below is a list of the seven top SOUTHSIDE FORD
teams in intramural sports for


VAP 62 '2,900

VP-30 NARTUHospital 2,075 1,975 1,900 "\\

Air Operations 1,900 2301 S. Atliitk Av
Com. Off. Mess 1,300 ..,
MARTD 1,200 m

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yi Military Rates

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II'I JJIJI Whisffing; fnThe Rigging. r

By J. Sharpe

Jax -- The Navy Jax Sailing Leibe and Roger Scott all were in August. Contact Bill Liebe for
Club will set sail for Doctor's underway once again after a brief further information.
Inlet Saturday where five of the sudden stop in the St. Johns.) The Tri-Club Series at the
club's members sailed their Be sure to mark July 13 on Florida Yacht Club will begin
boats up the river carrying a total your calendar.The Junior Sailors Sunday. The awards banquet for
of about 40 people.A will have their summer regatta the spring series will be held
seafood dinner was held in in front of the Sailing Club. July 20.
honor of Roger and Alice Scott, This will end the first session Remember, meetings are held
Bill and Sue Kelly and Tom and of the Junior Sailing Program. the first Wednesday each month
Nancy Caron who are all leavingthe Capt. C.T. Faulders will present at the Navy Jax Sailing club-
area. They missed the trophies. Good luck, kids 1 house. We hope to see all of
around the sailing club as their A second session will be held you at our next meeting.PRESENTS .
time and effort spent for the
club has been endless. We all Hl1Iil."w <500' 2 DOOR HARDTOP. .
wish(them fair winds and following y a /' ,: ; ; Z

eas. 289 V-$. Auto frafts.. Factory Air fVsPO.WC /
The winds were good and everyone r "
steerirtgf. &H\W\v.vires. ?;wtdnaB -. -- -
seemed to enjoy the day >'q$ Exterior. Biiie Vinyl intefiar:
(we won't mention the two boats
that ran aground; thanks to Bill
'67 IMPALA 1704
Black FakoHs was

Host Reslrvls '283'CONVERTIBLE V 8, Auto trans., Factory air, This$2795 Week Only

4 Power steering, R & H, W/W tires, Er
For Training mine \\hite exterior, Nantucket blue 2595

-4' vinyl interior.

More than 450 Navy Re- :
servists arrived here Sunday afternoon j
to begin two weeks active Was
duty training with Jacksonville'sPatrol SPORTS SEDAN $3195
t 1 1 1M
Squadron Seven. :
Members of "Hardware"Pat- V --ft Auto tfans.. Fatter* air. Pw
rol Squadron 67, NAS Atlanta, \ c; sleeting and brakes R.& H. W W urei

Ga., the two week reservists will 4 t s ff g 1j _ Ash gold with black vinyl top
be under the command of Capt.W. -----
W.Honour,commander Fleet TROPHV-Three Jax Navy swim!. team. members #7976
Air Wing 11 and VP 7 skipper, present championship trophy which they won at the Beaches 66 IMPALA ;
Cdr. R. F. Wenzel. Aquatic Club swim meet at Jax Beach, Friday, to Capt. Martin ,
During their two weeks in Jacksonville J. Stack NAS CO. (I to r) Swim coach Victor Avfahamian, CONVERTIBLE $2195
the reservists will receive Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Mary Glaraton, Captain Stack and '327' V 8, Factory air, Power steering I 1
firsthand ASW training Kathy Nauman. and brakes, AM FM radio stereo, This_ Week Only
through their participation in exercise Heater, W/W tires. Matador red with! 995
"Sneaky Pete. The white vinyl top, Bolero red vinyl interior.
training exercise is a combined
anti submarine and mine war- WESCONNETT FURNITURE' CO.i.1t1 .
fare exercise.
Hardware VP 67 consists of NEW USED
I, three patrol squadrons, VP AIR CONDITIONERS
6781. 2 and VP- 5B3, also a. "W,,'> ..'I< NEW & USED FURNITURE A APPLIANCES {
Naval Air Reserve MaintenanceUnit '::i fuM NEW & USED TV SETS > K, CARS i CARS
the Hardware concept, : !
the four units Join together once !TYPEWRITERS.1 ;

every three years for training R f>: Hrs. 9 7 Come In & Browse!
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purposes and in time of national 66 BELAIR
emergency, to operate as a was
single, self sufficient squadron. 5326 Wescoiutt II,.. at 103rel 111.0150 4-DOOR SEDAN $1795
The first Hardware system for
VP 67 was conducted here in '283' V 8, Auto trans., Factory air This Week OnlylR
1965. & H, W/W tires Solid white exterior;
Bolero red interior. $1495



?83 V.8.. Auto trans. Factory air. This Weei On y
APARTMENTS Power steering, R & H VW/ ttres Er 4 CQC
mme whiteexterio'r. Marina blue interip-r JLOWr



Only Min. to Cecil & NAS $1295

0 '318' V 8. Standard 3 speed trans. This Week Onlyl!

71 UNITS/ R & H, W/W tires. Beautiful beige ex .$1 095

BEDROOM APARTMENTS e up to $600. $50 cost only $1.50 '63 GALAXIE was

ALL APTS HAVE: for 30 days. On a loan' of $500.55
.WALL-TO-WALL repay only $29 per month.We .

CARPETS.DRAPES ?98 V 8. Auto tfa.n*.. R .& H \ ..w TI" s *?c "//v
provide prompt service: to auPAVMINTSmIlitary t rs jet bliiclj exteribiV Wat ado r red $ "TQC;
CENTRAL AIR & HEAT personnel. Save time v r yt' iiixteripr'': .;'vv.\'::';. '' "' .';.' /; '"'' .---' '. .. '-m, < 7 UTILITY ROOM when you need money. Phone C \h.You], Monthly
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