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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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July 18, 1968


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II ll Capt. Henry O. Cutler will more in Jacksonville, in 1945 children. The captain and his
h l 1 relieve Capt. Martin J. Stackas after earning his naval aviator's family will live in Quarters "K"
commanding officer of NAS wings and in 1958 while attached aboard the air station.
Jacksonville during change of to Fleet Air Jackson Captain Stack assumed com-
command ceremonies here at ville. mand of the air station only
11 a.m. tomorrow in the sta- lie is also a graduate of the 22, 1966, after serving as com-
tion's new patrol plane complex. Air War College Maxwell AFB, manding officer the USS Marias
Captain Stack, who has com- Ala., and holds a master of silence (AO-57)). He entered Navy flight
manded the air station for the from M.I.T. and a master training in 1941 and receivedhis
past two years, will report to of arts degree in Foreign Af- wings and commission the
Fuchu, Japan,where he will serveas fairs from George Washington following year.A .
liaison officer with the 5th University. veteran of the aerial war
Air Force for the Commanderin Captain, Cutler is married to in the Pacific during World WarII
Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet. the former Jean Clementz of Captain Stack took part in
Captain Cutler reports toJack- Jacksonville and they have three the raids from Guadalcanal to
sonville from Washington, D.C., InvitationAll Bougainville and the landings in
where he served in the Office of interested personneland the Marshalls. For these actionshe
4 the Chief of Naval Operationsas their ladies have been received two Distinguished
director of the Great, Circle invited to attend tomorrow's Flying Crosses, five Air Med-
Study and Analysis Branch, Office change of command ceremonyat als, two Presidential Citationsand
of Offensive and Defensive II a.m. in the new VP a Navy Unit Citation.A .
of the Naval War
Systems. graduate
complex at which time Capt.
A 1943 Naval Academy graduate Martin J. Stack will be relieved College and National War Col-
Captain Cutler, 48, was lege, Captain Stack authored theNavy's
by Capt. Otis Cutleras ;
stationed in Jacksonville in late warfare publication on
1953 while undergoing student commanding office NAS antisubmarine operations.
observer instruction before reporting Jacksonville. Uniform will Captain and Mrs. Stack, the
: aboard the USS Phila- be service dress white for former Shirley R. Gresham of
I Captain Stack delphia. He later served twice military guests. Seattle, Wash.,have two children. Captain Cutler I

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I Marine Major, Chief Receive a7 '

f : Bronze Stars for Viet Service F

; A major who commands' the The former enlisted man' assumed vised the construction of an elaborate -

.. NAS Marine Barracks and,a.59- command of the Marine network of bunkers and
year-old chief quartermaster Barracks here last month. trenches on Hill 881 south,
have been decorated with the In a citation accompanying the which materially enhanced the
Bronze Star for their actions medal, he was cited for, "His defensibility of the position,"
while serving in Vietnam. exceptional resourcefulness and according to the citation.
Maj. Bruce A. Greene receive tactical ability" as commanding Later, as operations officer
ed the medal from Capt. Martin officer of Company B while lead- Major Greene helped to plan and
J. Stack in a ceremony last week ing his company in numerous execute several battalion size
and QMC William J. Bessey was small unit operations and deny- operations despite constant en-
decorated at a separate cereIng the enemy opportunity to con emy artillery and rocket attackson
mony. duct offensive operations in his the Khe Sanh Combat Base. P
Major Greene earned the medal command's assigned tactical The citation was signed by Lt.
for' service in Vietnam with the area of responsibility.First Gen. V.H. Krulak, commanding
Battalion, 26th Marines, "Working tirelessly and with general, Fleet Marine Form
3rd Marine Division from Sepmeticulous attention to detail, Pacific, on behalf of the Presi-
tember 1967 to April of this year. he skillfully planned and superRework's dent.
S CPO Bessey, who has servedin
the Navy for various hitches g _
Kemen Earns since 1926, received his medal
I from his wife during ceremoniesin
the commanding officer's of-
National RecognitionRichard fice.The s
chief was in Vietnam from 2
J. Kemen of the Naval the award which established June to October 1967 and was
Air Rework Facility at NAS Jacksonville in 1950, to honor was federal em-- decorated outstanding leader- _____ __________________ ___nn__.__ ____ _______ -_____
has received the WilliamA. ployees who make notable con- ship and seamanship while pilot- Captain Stack presents Bronze Star to Major Greener .
Jump Memorial Foundation's' tributions to the efficiency and ing ships at Dong Ha and Cua .. -..-
I I Meritorious Award for 1968. quality of public administration.A Viet, during monsoon weather,
; Kemen is the only Department mechanical engineer special- heavy seas and hostile fire.
of the Navy employee to receive izing in industrial equipment, He also started river transit
Kemen was cited for "demon- cargo barges inland from the r
strating a clear path of progres- seaport at Cua Viet and instal-
a sive development in his career... led a system of navigational aidsat
accomplishing a wide spectrumof the same naval support ac- 1'-
major projects and high qualities tivity.
of leadership,Initiative pro- Between his 42 years of off
ductivlte and overall superior and on Navy duty, the chief operated -
performances." a tug out of Philadelphiaand {
Keman was responsible for a served in the merchant ma-
h modified waste treatment plant rines. As a member of the naval
correcting unsafe working conditions [- reserves, he was recalled to
and health hazards in the active duty in 1961 during the
cleaning shop of the local rework Berlin Crisis.
facility. The chief is probably one of
Capt. C.T. Faulders, Jr., CO, the few men on active duty today
of the rework facility presented that can claim he went through
-- Kemen with the award on behalfof boot camp on the decks of the
$$$-RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, the foundation. USS Constellation while the ship 'l" S S

commander FleetAirJax, pre- Kemen was previously com- was tied up Newport, R. I., ,
sented a 524,400 check to mended by the Florida State He later served on the USS Salt :
Capt. S.E. Wright, executiver:2 Board of Health for his participation Lake City and traveled with the _
of the Navy Relief In increasing the effect- Marines to Nicaguara in 1932,
secretary iveness of the industrial waste After leaving Vitenam, the
Society here Monday after- treatment facilities.The chief was assigned to the USS
'.5. I ILL noon. The money was collected government-wide awards Yellowstone at Mayport. He be-
for the society duringthe went to Alan D. Berg of the came sick and was transferredto TT'

recently ended campaignin Agency for International Devel- the Hospital here and then ___ _________ ____ -
the Jacksonville, Sanford, opment and Gary D. Bearden of received change of station orders
''TO u Orlando and Glynco areas. the ''Department "Agriculture. to the Training Center, Orlando. Mrs. Bessey pins Bronze Star on' husband!) OMC Bcsiey'.'
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you sit -- it's 95 In ,the shade, the motor Is overheating, ,
you're 20 minutes late for dinner and the gas gauge is getting
closer to empty. You've been sitting there for 10 minutes tryingto
get into the line of traffic or make a turn, or get across the

intersection.But no luck. -- the cars keep coming. I* looks like some of them 4

even speed up a little when they see you waiting there and you're T !i (; ilL / I

leaving sure a few you sitting of the there.drivers grin sadistically at you as they whiz by, : ; ; ; It

Then suddenly a driver slows down, giving you the nod to go
ahead; one driver out of all those -- how many hundred who refused ,t
to give you a break -- with some manners. '1
What happens to all the nice guys who play baseball with their ; ;1!
kids and send their wives flowers? Don't they drive automobiles? : :-
And what about the nice little gray-haired ladies that like cats :W:
and give cookies to all the neighborhood kids -- don't they drive? ,!:;;

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personnel Inspection last week. Cdr. H.P. Summers, VW-4 CO, (I ) TC A.W.

Hurst, ADRI W.M. Caddell, ATC W.F. Straub, AN WJ. Maynard and AG2 E.G. Yqss., >.; :,

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Sure they do -- you just don't recognize them anymore. As soon Benefits Industry Assists EmployeesTop
as these otherwise nice people get behind the wheel of their "Super- ,
sonic 86's," their personalities change to a combination of Mr.
Hyde and Ho Chi Minh. flight management prac- ment and other defense-affiliated dividual member.
They forget all about common courtesy and good manners and tices make for better working relations equipment. Liaison with other associa-
revert to the primitive outlook of survival of the fittest.It throughout industry and at Chapter activities -- meet- tions, organizations. and institu-

makes little difference to them that by showing a little courtesy the same time increase efficiencyand ings, seminars, panel discus- tions having management improvement -
and consideration for other drivers on the road, they would help productivity. To this end the sions, educational. institution ,interests.
make driving -- even during rush hours .-- more enjoyable for Armed Forces Management participation.
Association CAFMA) strives for Professional guidance and Local Chapter
everyone. They fail to realize that slowing down to let one or two
feed into a line of traffic isn't going to cost them more than the improvement of management education program for the in- Special services to the
fAte the Defense cor-
throughout Estab- .
or ten seconds.
porate (industry) membership.
nut, .it's a vicious circle. The rude, ill-mannered drivers have lishment. Chapter 40 'of the AFMA is
had their way so long that courtesy on the road is almost a thingof Since founding of the AFMA in ServicesROMAN of members
the 1952, its respective chapters Divine I I I composed (militaryand
past. \civilian) from NAS Jax and
Maybe It's about time'we reversed that trend. Courtesy and con- have formed study groups which Cecil
tenants, Field
sideration certainly aren't going to cost you any money; the extra try to pin-point problems in various ,
military and civilian retir-
few seconds it takes to give another driver a break won't make any industrial operations,,then, CATHOLIC
difference in your time schedule; and it will ,surely be'easier,on find workable' solutions in orderto St. Edwards Chapel ''from ees and local management'industries.The personnel.,
your temper, nerves and the'fenders'of your car. (AFPS) make a large establishment private
manageable through willing coop- & annual membership
SUNDAY MASS 9 11 a.m. duel
We Never Walk Alone eration on the part of all hands. DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.. are $15, a three year member-
The AFMA also provides a SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m. ship is $34 and a lifetime mem-
means for the exchange of man- bership is $100.
By Lt. T.F. Johnson CHC CONFESSIONS - 5 p.m.-
agement knowledge, methods and 5:30: p.m. & 1 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Anyone desiring to, better understand -
I represented Scandinavia on a UNESCO panel discussion group techniques among the various elements TUESDAY the problems ,of man-
when I was in the ninth grade. In the middle of our second speaking of the Defense Establishment Single Young Catholic Organ- agement and contribute to'the
e/igagement, my memory failed me, and another word of the mem- and between the Defense Establishment ization - 7:30 p.m. solutions of such problems should
orized speech could not be remembered. My sister in the audience and Industrytostimulate contact Chapter 40 membership
udied a thousand deaths" with me as I stood in humiliating and encourage individualand U.S. NAVAL H'OSPITAL\\ chairman Don Warsowicz at
silence, recovering from the stage fright. She felt what I felt. collective efforts for improving St. Luke's Chapel Ext.
We call this capacity to feel what another feels, "empathy." management. 3536.Traffic
To share another's pain in understanding and deep feeling cuts Services SUNDAY MASS - 8:00 a.m.
the other's pain in half. The story is told of the great Joe DiMaggio, PROTESTANT
in the closing days of his brilliant career, struck out in 'Yankee'' Among the services available SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
Stadium with'the bases loaded. He was in a bad slump, and the from which benefits can be derived -
fans, stood up and cheered when he took the third strike. by AFMA membership are: PROTESTANTAll
Krowing how keenly DiMaggio felt about his own failure the Distribution "Armed Saints' Chapel ViolationsThe I
fans tried in the only way they keen how, to say, "We understand." Forces Management," a monthly
The empathy meant everything to Joe and divided the hurt of his magazine devoted to all facetsof SUNDAY following is a report of

failure. defense management, to the CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 motor vehicle accidents and traf-
One of the profoundest insights of the Christian Faith Is that membership and to a controlledlist BI d. #722 a.m. fic violations for the period July
God shares our pain, our defeats and our failures. We do not walk of top officials in government Divine Worship Service10:00 2 through 8.Number.
alone, but rather travel with one who cares and shares. God suffersin and industry which\also a.m. Bldg # 722. of Accidents
and thus divide the includes the Association's I
our suffering helps pain. ws- .
Junior Youth
Fellowship 6p.m. This Week - 13
"But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruisedfor letter. \ #
our iniquities; upon Him was the chastisement that made us Distribution of the "J 0 r- WEDNESDAYSenior Bldg. 722. Total Accidents this year. through
whole, and with His stripes we are healed." Isaiah 53:5. nal of the Armed Forces Man- July 8 - - 189
Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m. Number of Accidents throughjuly
agement Association a tech-
1967 - - 209
nical periodical.

Il J $Q $JAWn (j$ ID@mID$1 from* An defense with annual prominent, industry national speakers and conference edu-- Young Bldg.7:30 Adult#722.Christian Science. Club# Service- -, 7 p.m.-- last accident Total injury number- -in- -a-of motor. -days- -vehicle-since-17

cation with exhibits of manage- p.m. Bldg. 722.
...... Number of Violations

,\ This Week - - 70 ,

JAx.: A.IR N; S Reckless Speeding,9 Driving - <- ltr;,(-

Going through Stop Sign 3Lj
-- Other Violations - -, 57
The JAN AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper ;
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval! Air Station, Sixty-three drivers appeared-
Jacksonville. Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, e ..., mry6 before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in Office AIR the meeting held on July 11.
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Box Disposition; of the cases includedthe
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone "'<, following: 27 lost driving and
772 3118 or 3119. '\ parking privileges aboard station
for various periods; 25 were assigned -
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries, \.< to complete an eighthourcourse
concerning such should be directed to: I? in remedial driving. 9
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. :: received suspensions: five were

Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 ,, given warnings; four were dismissed -
13 fined U.S.
; were (
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VOL. 26 NO. 17 JULY 1968
PROMOTIONS---Capt. Martin J. Stack, NAS CO, coneratu, to commanding officersfor
lates ((1-r) LCdr. Robert G. Giddens, John R. Beddard and possible disciplinary action.

',."...... .... ..."-IIJfJl..c.."'...... .....*V ."'.....;t.-:.........v....or.......".....,: .".....JQhn.P.Sco........" .... present rank "Sixty -92 three traffic drivers points.PHe were. assessed -


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'6g"ffa.. Set for 60% f

Defense and service voting officials -
have launched a "get out
the vote" campaign which they
hope will encourage more than 60
tiY percent of the eligible ser-
x vicemen to cast ballots in this
year's Presidential election.A .
f. team from the Pentagon has
V kr begun a series of visits to mili-
tary installations to make sure
that voting supplies, such as the
post card application for aballot,
are available to every man.
This year there is a federal
law, recently signed by the Pre-
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viceman to have hand develiveredto CECIL-ln ceremonies held recently U.L. Fretwell
by Capt.
NAVY WIVES-Mrs. Deane Fifield and Mrs. James McQuaid him the federal postcard bal
(seated I to r), talk to Mrs. Susan Davis (r) and her 'daughter lot application standard Form 76. station commanding officer, five Lieutenants were promotedto
Kathleen about joining the Cecil Field Branch of the Navy Two states, Alabama and Loui- Lieutenant Commander. Receiving promotions were: (I tor
Wives Club. The wives are having a membership drive this siana, still do not honor the ); B.W. Logan E.K. Nielsen, C.F. Driscoll and H.E.

month on the Friday after payday in front of the Navy Ex application.The O'Neal all of the Weapons Department, and M.T. Hurst, of the
change. voting drive will end Sep- Aircraft Maintenance Department
tember 20, Armed ForceVotersDay.

NWCA #121 Holds The. 60 percent plus goalis officials.John 'Wells, consultant to the
Can You
based on the expected civilian Department of on voting
assistance, said, "Until we reach
In the last
population count.
Membership Drive Presidential election the civilian the mid 60 percentages or TAKE YOUR CAR
-participation was between 63 and whatever percentage Is com- WTH YOU?
Navy Wives Club of America near the Fellowship Hall. 69 percent, depending on what parable to that reached by the For Financing and Insurance
Cecil Field Branch #121 is conducting The last club business meet- set of figures is used. nation as a whole, we feel that Stateside and Overseas. Call
a membership drive in ing was held July 9th at the k-: In the same year only the Ma- the military voting program isn'tgoing DYER M. BURR
front of the. Cecil Navy Exchange Chapel. rine Corps topped 60 percent. In as well as it should. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
Mrs. Herbert Slate conducted 44 of the Wells will be one of the teams
on Friday following the the Army only percent FINANCE CORPORATION
next two paydays. initiation ceremonies for the following eligible voted, in the Navy 48.2 visiting Installations around the and
Anyone Interested may receive new members: Mrs. M.S. percent, in the Air Force 58 country to determine that the voting INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
information there or by Betts, Mrs. James Cayse, Mrs. percent.The program is operating well. INSURANCE COMPANY
contacting Mrs. J. McQuaid at Paul Carnes, Mrs.Deane Fifield, Marine Corps percentagewas Other officials will visit over 5615 Timuquana Rd. 771-0527
7717865.The Mrs. J. .McQuaid, Mrs. Herb 65.5 according to voting seas areas, including units in I
next Wives Club meeting Scott and Mrs. Tom Sochlmah. Southeast Asia.
_ will be held August 13 at 9:30 The meeting was followed by
a.m. at the Cecil Field Chapel. an appreciation: luncheon honoring -
All wives of enlisted Navy,Coast Mrs. Duane Hyles and Mrs.
Guard and Marines are invitedto M.S. Betts for their extra efforts -
attend. Free baby-sitting is with the club's auto tag
provided In the 'chapel nursery sale. Y


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RECOGNITION CEREMONY-Mrs. Julia' Moreau receives a /.lrryy,%: ar.i'f,r,, k : }ak: ; ;::4rI:% r, ; 'Sa<
certificate- appreciation for six years service to the .Red 'f4.MYi:{:>d i4:.
Cross at Cecil Field from Red Cross Field Director Paul F..

Logan during ceremonies at. Cecil last week. Other Red Cross

officials and volunteers watch the presentation

Red Cross Honors'

Cecil Volunteers

A "Recognition for Service ent Mrs.Jeanne Roberts,2 years; I4 ry':.OJ.A:N.' ...Yvsw.; s.S9D1, #d:IA. ,k: Y ... i
Ceremony" was held for the Mrs. Rosalie Turley, 2 years;
American Red Cross Volunteers and Mrs. MarianneWhite,1 year. shatter vacation ?
let lost cash
of the Cecil Field Dispensary Other volunteers attending were Why your

at the 'Bachelor Officers QuarMrs.. Ann Clayton, Mrs. Ann
ters Conference Room last week. O'Brien, and Mrs. Grace Zor-
"the safe
Awards for volunteer service back. Carry money"American
were presented by Mrs. Brown
to:'Mrs. Juliette Clarke,3years; A Special Certificate of appreciation Express Travelers ChequesIf
for 6 years of service
Mrs. Barbara Karpaitis,3years;
Mrs. Janie Kurlak, 1 year; the NAS Dispensary was pre- you carry wads of cash on a vacation, it could mean trouble. Lost

Leanne Less, 2 years;Mrs.Julia sented to Mrs Julia Moreau, or stolen cash could ruin your trip. The answer? American Express
Moreau, 6 years; those not presthe out-going Chairman. Travelers Cheques. The safe travel money. If they're lost or stolen,

you get a prompt refund and your vacation ,I '.' 1..HUl;
goes merrily on. Next trip, carry the safe : '!"!'--
WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO. money that's" spendable everywhere and :I; nMII'" '..J,...
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are listed below. The tions will be accepted tough
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date of each is shown. MPB No. 130-68 Management
MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade Technician GS-7 or 9. Area of
levels GS-4 and below MPB No. consideration: Sixth Naval Dis-
79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled trict. Applications will be accepted -
positions pay level seven and below through the close of business
and MPB No. 83-67 Plan Ball August 5.
skilled pay level eight and All applicants must be careeror
above. Area of consideration: career-conditional employeesof
f Y ,R NAS NARF.NARTU.COMFAIR- the Federal government. Applications -
t RRflHL SAX FAETULANT, Navy Hos- for these positions
pital, Navy Commissary Stores should be filed with IRD, Box
and Navy Recruiting StationJax. 22, NAS, Jax, Fla., 32212. For
Applications for these positions, further information regarding
will be accepted at any time.A these positions, see the copiesof
separate application must be the bulletins or announcementsor
I filed for each }position in which call Ext.' 2320, rating and
__'R ./. -- interested. examining branch, IRD, NAS.
MPB No. 158-67 Industrial Jacksonville, Fla.
FOR SERVICE -- Capt. Martin J. Stack, NAS Jax CO, presented 30 year pins to (I to r) Wil- gineer,. GS-5, 7,9 and 11. Areaof
liam Grimes, of Supply, Arthur Grimes and Topsy Robinson, both of Security, recently. All consideration:Nationwide.Applications -
three men have compiled 30 years of federal service., will be accepted until
the needs of the service are met "More,than an end to war,

Civil Service Issus Gridcliius on Political Activities and ceived.will be considered as re- we want written'fot of an all end the" Address beginning -. '

MPB No. 124-68 Management Jeffenon
Last of a Series his activity does not involve con- as a checker, challenger, or Technicial GS-7 or 9. Area of Day Dinner Broadcast,
tact with the public. watcher. consideration: NARF,NASNAR- April 13, 194$. (President
With regard to political A federal FAETU Roo'ltvelt'd/ed suddenly,
The Civil Service Interpretsthe agency may TU, COMFAIRJAX,
questions and public issues, em- law as prohibiting any direct authorize limited time off for LANT, Navy Hospital,Navy Com April 12, at Warm Springs,
ployees are entitled to express action to assist a partisan voting, chargeable to adminis- missary Stores and Navy Re- Georgia.. ) ,'
their views as citizens. Thus, candidate in trative leave. As Station, Jax. Applica-
or political party a a general cruiting
'U,S. Bonds
employees are free to express campaign. Thus a federal rule, where the polls are not tionswill be accepted throughthe Buy Savings ,
their views and take action as individuals employee is not permitted to do open at least three hours either close of business July 29.MPB new;Freedom Shares,
on such questions as referendum clerical work at campaign head- before or after an employee's _No. 129-68 Shorthand Re-
matters, change in quarters, write campaign regular hours of work, he, may
municipal ordinances and constitutional speeches, or canvass voters for be granted an amount of ex -
amendments. the purpose of promoting support cused leave that will permit himto
An employee does not violate for the candidate or poli- report for work three
the law by making a poli- tical pany. This includes voluntary hours after the polls open or leave
tical contribution to a politi- campaign work for any work three hours before the polls
cal organization. However, he partisan candidate, such as close, whichever requires the
.is prohibited from either soliciting stuffing envelopes" with cam- lesser amount of time off. If
or collecting political paign or political literature. any employee's voting place is
*contributions. An employee may not use beyond normal commuting
Employees can attend political his auto to take voters to the pollson tance and vote by absentee ballot -
rallies and join politi- election day, or lend it, or is not permitted, the employ -
cal. clubs, but they cannot take rent it for this .use. However, may be granted sufficient a .
V an active part': In the conduct; of the employee's' auto maybe: time off'to make the trip to the
r the"rally or the management ofa used to transport himselfand voting place, not to exceed a
partisan* political club. members of his family to the full day.
An employee may 'Write a of The civil
poll. Members a car pool service com-
letter to the editor of & local may stop at* the polling place to mission enforces the law for : PICKUPOWNER'S
newspaper, expressing his op- cast their votes on the way to or employees in' the competitive
inion on a political Issue, but from their'places of employment service. Excepted employees are
he must not solicit votes for Other prohibited activities subject to the law but their em- '
or against any partisan politi- include: soliciting or collecting ploying agencies are responsible -
cal party of panisan candidate. of political contributions for enforcing it.
An employee's wife who is distributing campaign In addition to "Hatch Act" SPECIAL!
not herself covered by the law material, selling dinners ticketsor coverage, the criminal laws of _
may engage in political activity.The otherwise promoting such the United States prohibit exc-
law does not restrict the acti- activities as political dinners.An change of political,contributions
vities of an employee's wife or employee is allowed between federal employees. The
of other members of his,family actively to assist in voter regis The soliciting, giving or receiv- RUGGED AT". NYLON
in*any way tration drives. However he must ing of political contributions between %f7 RATING
An employee not workas
may not attempt to influence votersto federal employees or officers -
a part -' time volunteer fora register for a particular pany. is. subject to fine.
partisan candidate, even though Employees may accept appointments Ignorance of the law does TRUCK TIRE
to serve as election not excuse an employee from
clerks, officers, or in simi- penalities for violation. Questions -
W&OOMR.ttrf1v/ lar positions as prescribed by should be presented in writ 6.70 x 15 HEAVY DUTY EXPRESS
the state or local law. However, ing to the Office of the Federal
they may not work at the pollson Counsel, U.S.Civil Service Com-
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Goff Owin H. Chance was

.1 Leadership School graduated six day-trip to Puerto Rico. The promoted to ',warrant of-
,., I 11 students in front of King Hall Fernandez family spent two daysin ) licer at the end of June in cere-
'i'! on Friday, The almost "all Cayey with his parents and monies held by his commanding
male" class had one lone female, two brothers before going to Rio officer Cdr. H.P. Summers.WO .
: SN Kathy J. Bartes.SeamanBartes Piedras.In Chance a veteran of 18
finished 7th in the class Rio Piedras Liz and her years of naval service has been
I with an 86.32 average. family visited other relatives and attached to Weather Reconnaissance -
; Capt. R.P. Kline commanding took in a little sightseeing. They Squadron Fo.tirVW4)since( )
officer Naval Air Technical toured Luquillo Beach and visited s November 1962.
Training Center spoke briefly the Hotel El Conquistador,. I Chance is married to the for-
I to the graduates before present- which Liz describes as "very f mer Miss Mariam Burke of Mil-
ing them with diplomas.He pointed beautiful." On the family's itin- len Ga. The Chances and their
out that the science fictionof erary was a sightseeing trip tR three children are presently residing -
today may become the fore- through the "Old City" of San /t in Orange Park. ;
cast of tomorrow. He also told Juan built 500 years ago and now
I the class that technological advances only six blocks square. Bridges 'Mi ;'
places greater respon- connect it to the main island. b L fi ,. ,,' i'
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sibility on man. They also visited Roosevelt -
PHAN David G. Huron who Roads the Navy base attheeast- FOREIGN GRADUATES. .AE2 Robert A. Rives, honormanin
found himself the side ern end of the island LCdr. D. J. Evers, .
on opposite . AE (B) School Class 805, looks on as S
of the camera this time was AE B School, congratulates the three r _
Three Brazilian and 10 American training officer ( )
i honorman with of
students. From left to right the Brazilians are:
Brazilian _
92.57. The class average was students graduated from __
) 8697. Huron is assigned to the AEB), School in Class 805 on P03 Joao C. Sopchaki, P03 Jose D. Vieira Dos Nascimentoand K z e r, I
Naval Air Technical Training July 9. LCdr. DJ. Evers train- P03 Otocir Soares Capurro. t '
Center's Photo Lab where he ing officer: AEB) School, con-
takes and processes pictures. gratulated the graduates and pre- Fire Prevention Habits
t I The Photo Lab personnel have a sented them with diplomas.
{ habit of stealing the limelight Honorman of the class was
I afforded an honorman.PH3 Allis, AE2 Robert Rives with an 86.01 Save Destruction, LivesMore
I { one of the photographers: who took average. The class average was
j '1 the pictures at the graduation 7369. than half the people who ested in learning fire prevention.The L
ceremony was also an honormanin The Brazilians scoring highin are killed by fires each year course if offered upon request _
another class. the class were outstanding die from fires in the home and and the class will be con-
students. P03 Joao,C. Sopchaki home fires are caused bypeople.If ducted day or night at the individual ........ OT ........__. ;.....,......_ _.
Elizabeth (Liz) Fernandez a finished between the second and every fire could be traced group's convenience. WO Chance
court reporter in NATTCs Legal third American student;PO3 Jose back to its primary cause some Subjects covered in the pro- of
Dept., her husband Victor and D. VIeira Dos Hascimento finished person or persons could be found gram include the chemistry of PN2 E.D. Haughton VW-4.
their returned from between third and fourth of flammable received the Navy Unit Commendation I
family just a guilty of negligence error or fire use and misuse
Award last week for
malice.In liquids and electric units, fire
I an effort to stress the importance fighting equipment, how to reporta exceptionally meritorious ser-
of fire safety in govern fire and what. to do in case vice while serving aboard USS
ment housing station fire officials of fire. Repose.
are offering a fire pre- "The importance of fire pre- The Secretary of the Navy
: vention course to all civic clubs vention in the home cannot be commended" the men of the Repose -
; ) wives clubs, Boy Scouts, Girl stressed enough", says station For exceptionally meri-
Scouts, station units and activi- Fire Chief D.R. Moran. "All torious service from Feb. 22,
ties or anyone who is inter- fires are deadly and hazardous. 1966 to Feb. 8', 1967 while pro- '
Fires can happen anyplace anytime viding medical facilities afloat
j ." in waters adjacent to the I Corps
Five children and seven adults Tactical Zone and in primary
jf died in Navy housing fires in support of. the III Marine Amphibious -

Nttfg&ruJLf@ the past year and more than 70 '" Force, Republic of
jI f persons were seriously injured. Vietnam.
The seven adults died in fires Haughton has been attached to
caused by smoking in bed or VW-4 since Sept. 21, 1967. He
smoldering cigarettes. The five is presently serving as education

I children were killed in fires supervisor.
caused by matches or lighters.
Four of the children were left
; alone and were too young to
I, understand the danger,or to know
rQxeeROBERT how to protect themselves.
Leave coming? They may have been left alone
for hours or just a few min-
utes, while the mother went to
I See HFC' TRAVISAgency the store next door or to do a
small errand. But they were
alone--the fires were fast and U
If you're long on leave time but short on money-call or Inc. deadly.
visit Household Finance now. Line up an HFC Traveloanand The average Joe Doe feels
have money enough to pay for everything on your "That will never happen to me."
I trip. Household helps more service people every year 389-3483 6483 ROOSEVELT But for 12,000 Joe Does last

than any other company of its kind-and one reason is AT NAS year it did happen and 2,000 m.... ...),_.____._nnnn_
that HFC tells you before you borrow what your loan will J165'sEDQEWOOD of them were children.Don't PN2 'Haughton
388-358 3
2 W. OF ROOSEVELT be the average Joe Doe
cost. Leave coming? Go worry-free with a Traveloan from
Household Finance. who waits until it's too late to
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E.rn Performance Increase r Tickets On Sale

Jax -- Thirty-two civil Tickets are available at the
ser- Orimmett G.L. Grimmett, J.B.
vice employees earned High Per- Kavin and SJ. Wilds and F.C. Special Services Office, Bldg.
formance Awards over a three- Cherry, K.B. Hardwich, and J.O. WAVE .. 704, for the London Symphony
month period for "sustained high Knowles of Public Works. Orchestra. Performance to be
quality performance that '' held at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday in
exceeded Recognition was also given to
normal L.N. the Civic Auditorium.
requirements. Duncan Administration Department -
The April through June awards M. Melton, Comptroller Prices for tickets are $7 for
went to M.O. Brewer W.L. M.E. the First Orchestra Center
Davis Department, Johnston,
Jr., D.D. Field, D.W. Fone, Data Processing and W.M. Oliveof Front, $5.50 for row "Z" Center -
M.P. Han, AJ. House, J.W. Security. $4 for Second Orchestra
Hucks, J.D. Richardson N.W. These employees were rewarded Left Center, and $2.50 for Right

Runkles, L.B. St. Petery, G.S. Quality Increases for the ,. Balcony Seats.
Taylor and C.T. Truitt of the "quality and quantity of their .. There are a very limited num-
Naval Air Rework Facility. work, their mastery of necessary c.tIN ber of tickets available on a
Supply professional .- a first: come, first serve basis.
Department employees knowledge, manual pEAR
recognized were M.M. DeCaro skills and other phases of high oSNG) Cost of the tickets is 50# less
A.M. Faircloth WJ.Hines.E.M. quality performances." through :Special: :services: than
McLeod, S.D. Rye, D.M. Sharpe, ; the box office price.

H.B. Steen, P.O. Steinmetz and Educational benefits for vet- .
W.K. Wilkins. erans who served after Jan. 31,
Employees of the Industrial 1955, were substantially in- When all votes are combined
Relations Department receiving creased by Public Law 9077. they reflect the voice of the
quality increases included D.B. Veterans already enrolled re- American people.' Your vote
.IVA _increased allowances counts-use it in 68.

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p.m. There will also be a Kiddie w
Matinee at 2 Saturdays anda
p.m. "
'regular feature at 2 Sun- 0" CLUB -- Enjoy the beef- Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
and holidays. The p.m. eater's buffet today from 6 to Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
days hospital' 9 p.m. Casey Johnson will pro- arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
theatre will have one nightly feature vide ,music tomorrow night and publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
at 7 p.m. Cecil Field will Johnny Jelinek will be on hand be received WITH the copy for the ad.Do .
have two nightly shows duringthe
week at 5:30 and 8 Mat- Saturday night. A Champagne .
p.m. Net Semi) Cask
Special will be featured during ...
inees will be shown on weekends
Happy Hour both and

at.2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY. Saturday from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Rita: MINIMUM charge '((3 lines). . ., . .$2.00
July 18 Tuesday the foreign dish feature

NAS: "GRAND PRIX" starring will be Chinese food. Per 1 lfl.1111I11 ((4 words per 11.1)). . . 0.50

James Garner and Eva Marie CPO CLUB -- Pizzas go for
Saint Rating Excellent. ((175 75< today. Mel Gaden will enter-
min.) tain tomorrow evening. Try the
AND OURS" starring Henry Fon- Tune Twisters will be under the For parts and expert 'service, SEWING Machine Original Guarantee Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & -
da and Lucille Ball. Rating spotlight Saturday evening. Try PERFORMANCE CARS, INC. ZIg Zags makes button- FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
Excellent. ((119 min.) the sirloin steak dinner for$1.65 '2144 Blanding Blvd. 3880428. holes, Sews on buttons, decora- Call Powell or Mills, USN
C. FIELD: "DON'T JUST Saturday night,and the Prime Rib tive designs monograms etc. Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park
STAND THERE" starring Robert roast for $1.95 on Sunday. PUBLIC NOTICE Just pay balance $43 at $8 per Realty.
Wagner and Mary Tyler Moore. BLUEJACKETS INN -- TheNu Must sell this week 4 Singer month. Call Credit Manager.
Rating Very Good. ((107 min.) Sounds will entertain tonight.To- sewing machines left in storage. Phone 353 1946 anytime. Will LAKE LOT
morrow night will feature Phil Pay $15 storage charges ea.Call deliver, no obligation. 1606 MainSt. Large lots on Santa Fe Lake.
FRIDAY, July 19 Cay and the Chantels. Saturdayand 772 0722. Free Delivery, 5320 Terms. Call Owner 3877379.'
Wesconnett Blvd. Dealer.
Sunday afternoons the Manic
Mile of
starring Alec Guiness and Gina by Phil Cay on Saturdayand 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath modern trailers no. &NAS. Clean JOCKEY?? For information call:
Lollobrigida. Rating -Very"*'*Good. the UFO's on Sunday.Mondaythe Bungalow w/stove&refrig.Furn. 3007. Apts. 389- 356 8351, Day or Night.
((108 min.) : Standard Productions entertain Dining Rm., Garage & Space
HOSPITAL: PRK", Tuesday features the Six- Heater. '$90 Mo. EV 8-5545, Call
starring James Garner' aril Eva teen's and Wednesday the UFO's after July 8. REAL ESTATE: We will help $50, $100 DOWN HOMES, 2, 3,4
. Marie Saint. Rating Excellent. return. Happy Hour is held from you Buy Sell or Invest." Br., 1 1/2 baths, total ypay-
((175 min.) 5 to' 6 p.m. Mon. through Fri. DELRAY MANOR 110th. & ,Bowen Real Estate, Realtor ments from $75 to $105. Mo.
C. FIELD: "YOURS. MINE Don't miss the daily food spe Karen St. New all brick homes USN Retired 384 1376 Furn. & Unfurn. Rentals. No
AND OURS" starringHenryFonda cials. AC Low 20's. Building Lots qualifying, equities. For all your
and Lucille Ball. Rating Available. Floyd White, Bldr. WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near Real Estate Needs call Godwin
Excellent. ((124 min.) ACEY DEUCEY CLUB -- To- 771-5643. NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900 Broker, 384 4758, 24 Hrs.
night a special whiskey is fea- blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and

tured, 2 drinks for 25# from 5 STEREO COMBINATION Unfurn. Apts. All new paint,2BR, FOR SALE 4345 TIMUQUANARoad
SATURDAY July 20 to 6 p.m. Tomorrow night swingto CONSOLE MODEL .with radio LR, Kit Furn, Nook Park 2 Opposite Venetia School
the Mark Castle Dance Band take up payments on beautiful cars water & sewage & garbageincl. $500 Down FHA 264 4361.
NAS: "GIGI" starring Leslie and Saturday night the Five Clubs stereo like ,new. 4 speed rec- only $85 mo. for unfurn.
Caron and Maurice Chevalier. will take a turn under the spot- ord changer. Balance due $68 Call 387-2541, nites and week-
Rating Excellent. ((124 min.) light. Sunday is game night start- or $8 per month. Phone 353-1946 ends Call 389-0744. ORANGE PARK
HOSPITAL: HOTEL PARA-' ing at 6 p.m. No shorts, slacksor anytime. Ask for Credit Manager.Will CUSTOM BUILT BRICK
DISO" starring Alec Guiness and culottes allowed and no chil- deliver, no obligation. A-l HELP WANTED 3 BR, 2 1/2 Baths Lge Eat In ,
Gina Lollobrigida. Rating Very dren under 10 permitted. Fol- Music Center, 1606 Main St. Advertising Saleslady and "Gal Kit., Sep. DR, Panl. Den., Cent.
Good ((108 min.) lowing game night John Lunsfordand Jacksonville. Friday". Will consider full timeor A/C, 2 C. Gar., $25,750, Terms
f"1 C. FIELD: ,"GRAND PRDC" the 8 Balls will be on hand;J",, pan time. Must have auto, Arranged. Other Lots Available. '.
(;'. '" starring James Garner and Eva to entertain. Tomorrow night is 2 BR. HOUSE UNFURNISHED pleasant disposition ability to VIRGINIA E. BELL
Marie Saint. "RatingExcellent.; casual come as""'you are.. 5178 Janice Circle So. $75 Mo. learn quickly, and willingness to REAL ESTATE "'x', 'l' : .;
((175 min.) Menus. for the week are: Call 355 7783. work. Good pay. 264 2488 Broker :I

Thurs., Pork Chops (Braised) WANTED Phone 388 -2755 for interview. ((24 Hr: 356 2462))
85< Livers & Gizzards 75rt. Friday -
CENTER Fish Fillet all you can eat Alive and Willing REPOSSESSED STERO FOR RENT COLONIAL HOME,
34 MT.Adam*...Downtown for 90# and Salmon Patties for Men or Women with a desire to Mutiple Speakers 2mo. 4 Bdrom, 2-1/2 Bath & Den ,
850 Saturday features Spaghettiall make top money. Experienced new, 4-speed record player, bal. in Orange Park. Available 8 Aug-
fc PHONE ( you can eat) $1 Children's not. Part time or full time. $49 or $7 mo. 5320 WesconnettBlvd. ust. Call 264-2915 for more in-
-fe 3567659JM. Automobile reliable horse
y I plates 75< Rib Eye Dinner $1.50 772 0722 Dealer. formation.
Phone 2072.
ALL SEATS and Chicken dinners for $1.10. necessary. 771
RESERVED i FOR SALE -61 CORY Am.( A Civilian Use

Jf Two Show Dally % / MONZA 21 mi. gal., good tires For Service Know How
*. Mat. 2-Evo. 8:30RICHARD %/F I I OPEN SUNDAY $250. JAX ext. 3450or 389-0879. Major Company has openings In
most areas of Fla., for men
FOR SALE EXCELLENT COND. of ability Iniative and desire

HARRIS '63 Impala 4 Dr. HT, A/C, A/T, for higher than average earnings. '.
VANESSA REDGRAVE Radio & Heater 771-3332 or Complete training provided. Included -
*4 Base ext. 2431. telephone number when
addressing inquiry to:

2911 Road
UNFURN. Fenced yard. Avail. McCoy
f"v. them 'th. VW 16 point S"et7L.d P.rformsnc.; Jn.p.ct- 1 Aug. 781-5557. Orlando, Florida' 32809
Ion. Than we tuned. up. tlehtonod. jmd replaced vtrythlnc' that
needed It. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or replacementof
all major' mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 mllea. Come 1960 MGA NEW TIRES NEW ADMIRAL COLOR TV
on In and double'ENGINETRANSMiSSION.
REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE Convertible Top. Exc. Mechan- Big screen console model.
ASSEMBLIES ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ical Cond. $650 or best offer7441793 { Scratched in shipment, only $289or

64 VW SEDAN. . . . . $1075 after 6 p.m. $11 month.

65 VW SEDAN . . . . $1200 CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONSOur 4747 San Juan Ave.
reconditioned autos are

66 VW SEDAN . .1" . $1400 ready to GO I We Invite all mem- 5 RMS. & SM. DEN, A/C, W/W .
bers to inspectdrive&financePRICED -- Carpet LR, DR, & Hall Htr.
YOURIndependentInsurance 67 VW SEDAN. . .. :i ,. . $1650 TO SELL. Blinds gar. w/concrete Dr. &
/ '64 Chevy Impala 4 dr.Hardtop walks, $395 DN. $75 Mo. 4044
//AGENT 66 VW SEDAN Air Cond. . . $1690 V8 Myra St. 388-1604. '

SERVES YOU FIRST . $1995 '65 VW Sedan
67 VW SEDAN Air Condo . .'. ,
'66 Ford Falcon 2 dr Coupe WANTED TO LEASE FOR 1

66 VW Fastback Air Condo . . $1950 6 cyl. YEAR, eff. 1 Sept.3 Br, 2 bathhouse

For insurance 67 VW Fastback. . . .$1950 Call Mr. Madison Base Ext. 2431or convenient to NAS, JAX.
: 384 5941. Call 389-0906 after 5 p.m.
65 BARRACUDA. : . .. $1150
service beyondthe ""SOO' vV'nd.$1695 HOUSE TRAILER FOR RENT 1965 CADILLAC CONVT.
AU a
j Furn. 2 Br., $75 Mo. located Almost All Available Equipment.(
call of dutyMIIMMMwMrw.MMNIMUMINMIMINMMNMI | 5754 Grace Lane off Lane Ave.
f 65 Pontiac Bonncville4 ,DR. HT Loaded Air. $1950 Near Normandy. Call 389-6243 Mint Cond; Save $500.3871370.FOR .

' I 66 OLDS F85 Deluu"Dr. Loaded, Air Cond. $1995 2222 Post St. RENT 3 BR.HOUSE,FURN.
? AutoFkeLifeRmmHMIUMMINMMIimmilHimMIIUUIINKIMUl Orange Park, temp.ot permanent
f J ..' 67 FAIRLANE 500a Dr. H.T.Loaded Air Cond. $2595 '61 BUS NEW TIRES Qtrs. Will rent to bachelors.

> No Credit Problems! OVER 40 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM Sound Mech. Cond. Need Body 264 6884.
> Financing Available tot work. $200.264.6884.Multiple .

: WESTSIDE Speakers Repossessed Snooker & Pool
DAWSONIISIrllC8 7 Days a Week
1968 Console Stereo AM-FM
Bellair Center'Want
radio record in
VOLKSWAGEN INC. 4-speed player
Agency good cond. Balance only $96 or ,

211 E. Forsyth St. 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 $8 PHONE month. 384-1366

Call 353 7534 Open 8 to 8 Doily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l PM to 6 PM HOME TV and MUSIC Ads Will Sell For You

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!: \ 5 Pro.ol.d; : Sixty-Six Cecil EmployeesEarn

2 Given GCM

Performance AwardsCECIL

II AtkRoi 12 ?
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civilians Stockman Mrs. Beverly J.
-- Sixty -six rez ;

I CECIL -- Five Attack Squadron w employees here received awards Baker, Supply Clerk; Mr Ru-
for outstanding and superior per- ufs E. Barwick, Foreman (Lead-
i' tions Twelve and two men were received awarded promo-Good FA formance in their jobs,this week. ing) Stockman, J Mrs. LeonaD.

The awards included a cash Bull, Supervisor, Supply
Conduct Medals during ceremonies -
i formal payment for those receiving a Clerk; Mrs.Merle R.Cook,Clerk
held at a inspec-
I of and Typist Miss Virginia L. Dea-
15. rating outstanding were ;
lion here Monday, July
I the basis kins, Clerk Miss Janice I. En-
Commander Austin C.O'Brien, given on following : J ;
Attack Squadron Twelve Commanding .3 For outstanding performance gle, Accounts Maintenance Clerk
Officer promoted the '_ ; 'Based on assigned duties, (Typist); Mr. Joe Griffis, Sup-
their the evaluation of these employeesIs ervisor Supply Clerk; Mrs. Lorraine
following to
men present
rate: Senior Chief Aviation so markedly above normal job B. Haddock, Supervisor
Metalsmith Emil R. Hedrich, expectancy for one year that it is Supply Clerk; Mrs. Thelma R.
1P deemed of Hebert Clerk Mrs.Max-
worthy an Outstanding Supply ;
Onge Chief,Personnelman Parachute Rigger Erwin Second F.St. __._ _H..___.__. Performance Rating and, there- ine M. Henderson, Supervisory

Class Thomas C.Myers III,Aviation LIEUTENANT/SERGEANT-First Lieutenant Frank J. Nor- fore monetary recognition." Inventory Management Assistant,
Machinist's Mate Second ton, USMC, receives his promotion to Master Sergeant (E-8)) For superior, performance; Mr. Samuel H.Hendricks,Super-
"The evaluation of these
Class Barry J. Smith and Avia- from Major Herbert C. Sanford, Commanding Officer, Cecil employees visor Supply Systems Analyst;
on their performance Ratingsis Mr. Olie M. Highsmith, Super-
tion Machinist's Mate Third Marine Barracks, in ceremonies at the barracks July II. Lt. sufficiently above normal Mr.
job visor Purchasing Agent;
Class James E. Covet. Norton earned the extra stripe while serving with a temporary
Aviation Electrician First expectancy for a period of six B. Jones, Supervisor Supply
Class Raymond A. Madonna and commission. months to one year, based on Clerk; Mrs. Chrystina T. Kaf-
'Aviation Metalsmith First Class assigned duties, to be consid- ferlin Supply Cataloger; Mrs.
James O. Stewart received Good Marine LieutenantPromoted ered worthy of special recogni- Carolyn E. Keen, Purchasing
Conduct Awards. tion." Agent; Mrs. Mary P. Lang, Sup-
ply Clerk; Mr. I Kermit L. Lech-
!I it OUTSTANDING AWARDSMr. ner, Leader Stockman;Mrs.The-
1'A to M ISgt. resa H. Marlow, Clerk Typist;
Maudle E. Bonner, Sup- Mr. Robert B. Martin,, Super-
: ncfJuan
ply Clerk; Mr. Ralph A.Carnley, visroy Inventory Management
1 Marine Master Chief, E-8, him a retainer fee based'on Clerk; Mrs. Ina S. Coshow, Ac- Assistant Mr.JosephO.Medlock

Lieutenant, Sergeant.Frank J. E-8 instead of E7 pay. counts Maintenance Clerk; Mrs. Stockman; Mrs. Alice C. Moore,
()) lIas Norton, First Lieutenant, United After 1U years in the Fleet Sarah F. Currie, Digital Com- Office Services Supervisor;Mrs.
; States Marine Corps, receivedhis Reserve Lt. Norton will retireon puter Systems Operator; Mrs. Mary H. Newberg, Supervisor

; promotion to Master Sergeant a 1st Lt's salary. James H. Franklin, Inspector Supply Clerk; Mrs. Louise N.

San Juan at Niblick :'E-8)) in ceremonies at the Cecil When he earned the commis- (Petroleum Products); Mr. Sorenson, Supply Clerk; Mrs.
Marine Larmon B. Gandy, Radio Me-
Phone 384 4406 Barracks Thursday,July
sion Lt. Norton was serving with Oarie G. Spivey, Supply Clerk;
chanic Mr. Vance A. Goode,
11.The the 1st Battalion of the 1st Ma- ; Mrs. Belvia Spradley, Supply
Policeman Mrs.Ctarlotte. .
1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms Lieutenant made his extra rine Division in Vietnam. The Supervisor ; Clerk (Typing); Mrs. Amy R.
L. Jones Clerk
Garden Type Apartmentswith stripe while serving with a. temporary inclusive dates of that tour were Supply ; Stoner, Supply Clerk; Mr. Ed-
Mrs.Maimie L.Jones,Telephone
Country Club. commission as Lieutenant. Aug. 1965 to August 1966. He ward S. Ayers, Equipment Spe-
Mr. John KozakMi-
Atmosphere The "enlisted-officer" earned served a previous tour In the war- Supervisor; cialist (Auto); Mr. James. B.
Kitchens equipped with G-E Personnel Clerk Mr. Nicholas -
Ranges 6 Refrigerators his commission while serving as torn Republic with the 3rd Bat- litary L. Mehrtens, ; Bailey, Civil Engineer; Mrs.
.)Individual Air Conditioning a sergeant E-7 in Vietnam July talion, 3rd Marine Division from Supervisor Frances G. Basinger, Housing
Detective Thomas R. O'Brien,
; and Heating by G-E 3, 1966. Sept. 1965 to January 1966. ; Project Assistant; Mrs. Audrey
I',, (Drapes Wall l to furnished Wall Carpeting and I To this particular Lieutenantthe The Lt. entered the Marine sistant Comunications(Telephone); Mrs. RuthB. P. Blankenship Mrs.Frances, Telephone G. Operator -

1.\\;'\ Large Swimming Pool extra stripe means a lot. Corps in September 1947 and .. Oliff, Supply Clerk; Mrs. ; Dowling,
\' He is scheduled to retire July reported for his present dutyat Sylvia W. Osewalt, Clerk Typ- Telephone Supervisor; Mr.Emmett -
: 31 and the promotion will give Cecil in October 1966. ist:; Mr. Abraham C. Seldon, ,0. Elder, Mechanical ,Engineering -
Planner/Estimator (Electrical( ),, Technician; Mr.Leslie -
.I,1; Ellias, Architect ?Mrs.
Mr. Nathaniel Stiles, Supply, + ; :
.Georgia F. Gardner, Telephone
Clerk; Mr.Reuben Taylor,Stock Operator; Mrs. Elizabeth A.
man; Mrs. Nelda G. Thompson, An-
Granger, Supervisor Budget
r Accounts Maintenance Clerk; alyst; Mrs. Neta D. Johnson,Telephone -
Mrs. Agnes D. Tracey, Manage- Operator; Mr. Spurgeon,
ment Technician; Mr. John S. H. McClearyTruckDriverMrs.;:
Veal, Electrical Engineer; Mrs. Elanor Messer,Telephone
Johnnie L., Walsh, Clerk Typ- erator; Mrs. Barbara Ricketts,
ist; Mr. Larry A. Webb, Clas- Telephone Operator; Mr. Wil-
I sification and Employee Development liam H. Waters, Leader Utiliti-

Specialist es.Iloylondsl.

Viola Baugh, Supervisor
Clerk (Typing); Mrs. Ruth Van-
j digriff, Clerk Typist; Mrs.
1,1 Evelyn Wray, Security De -
, partment; Mr.Lorienza A.Alve-

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July 18. 1968 JAX AiR NEYiS/T ERBURNER Pan I II I

I Wives Clubs Honor Mrs. Stack I',

Mrs. Martin J. Stack, who has p spY
been first lady of the station for 3, 3 h
two years, will be leaving the
base soon and accompanying her
husband Captain Stack, Japan,
his next duty station. ti
During her husband's tour hereIn
Jacksonville, Mrs. Stack became -
very active In the affairsof
all the Navy Wives' Clubsat
rY NAS. She was not only a member -
of the Officer's Wives Club,
but an advisor to the Jacksonville -
Officers Wives Club and a I w
sponsor to Navy Wives Club #86. I 6 [ i
In appreciation for her hours l :
; Y ,,, y faN devotion and Interest, the wives '' i
clubs of NAS have been honoring ,
Mrs. Stack with gifts and lunch-
eons held in her honor.Station I

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and unit career coun- SPONSOR'S PRAISED -- Capt. and Mrs. M. J. Stack were presented
selling personnel will have the a gift of appreciation by Mrs. Thomas Bennett, president
latest information for on the new of Navy Wives' Club #86 for their devoted years is club I
;. pay.listings the VRB and pro sponsors.

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Get up to $600 .. take up to 24 months to Choose home wooded lot .
C SN repay! Just phone get cash in 1-visit to your design (spacious or compact), pick your ,
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Get that BIG O.K. at Beneficial! gutters and storm sewers FREE!! U

Loans up to$600 on Furniture,Car or Note .
JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville And all this only minutes from the Naval Air Stations, VA and FHA terms, .

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July IB, (1968
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il. VP-16 HostsMidshipmen

U Jax Marine News

w By SSgt. Jim I Custer
Capt. W.W. Honour command :
6. er Fleet Air Wing Eleven, and i I
\ Cdr. T.H. Ross, commanding officer -
The following are some inter- copter Group 26 at New River,
}I', of VP-16, welcomed thirty esting facts taken from the Com- N.C. After completing the Avia-
midshipmen from the various mandant's report to Congressand tion Electrician's "A" Coursehe
f:- Navy ROTC units throughout the printed In the July edition of served three months with the
: country to VP-16 for two weeks __ Marine Corps Gazette: Support Section prior to his
of aviation training. This trainIng Marine is the transfer.
Today's .
will consist of lectures,mov- . .
argest since WWII, expanding in
: ies, and actual participation in welcomed
2 1/2 years from 190.000 to an Three Marines were
I P3A flights. end year strength (June 30)) in aboard MAD this week by LtCol.
The midshipmen are also assigned excess of 302,000. Further increases A.E. James, CO.
as assistants to the VP-16 have been asked for Reporting for duty with AE
junior officers and are learning % S fiscal year 1969, which could School is GySgt.Richard F.Rous-

first-hand the squadron's daily _I.-J lr 6A j.. ,,. ,. ,__,_-___ push corps rolls past 310,000. seau who just returned from 13
i routine. This program represents hAMILYAFFAIR--When ACC I.E. Madden retired from the Peak WWII strength was 484, months at the Marble. Mountain
\, a new concept in summeri active Navy after 21 years, and entered the Fleet Reserve, 631 which, according to Heinl's"Soldiers helicopter base in Vietnam.
training, as midshipmen
i, of the Sea", contributed Cpl. Alan M. Jacobs checked
his entire family showed up for the ceremonies held by Capt.
being indoctrinated in the -
operation 9a t. and organization of ASW M. J. Stack, July 2.Fox'. listed to overseas service. Bai Vietnam where he has
t squadrons, as well as in the been stationed for the 27
cent of the officers past
,, duties and responsibilities of junior Mad Rf hrc* With 20 and '53 per<7o of the enlisted months. DuringthistimeJacobs'unit

officers. MAG36, was awarded the
Marines have served or are now
In addition, the midshipmenwill On July 8, ADJ1 L. A. Tay- time he served as a plane cap- in Vietnam. Nearly 100, Navy Unit Citation for outstanding -
have the opportunity to par- lor of Patrol Squadron Five,,was tain in the Sp-2V and a flight serving achievement and service in
ticipate in "Sneaky Pete" an actual piped over the side in ceremoniesheld engineer In the P3 Orion.A 000 Marines are currently serv- Vietnam.A .
13 month in West-
Fleet ASW exercise which in the squadron spaces with general service Boatswain'sMate ing on tours new Marine cook has been

VP-16 is actively engaged. all hands present. On hand at piped, Taylor over the side. Pac.The of the 27th added to Galley 3 in NATTC.
Upon leaving VP-16, the midshipmen the ceremony were Taylor's parents while six of his counterpartsstood Marines to Vietnam last February Cpl. Ira S. Levitz reported a-
will be assigned to various visiting from Clouerdale, by as side boys to end now appears to be perma- board from Quantico where he
surface vessels to continue Calif. the ceremony. and increases the total num- has served the last three months.
their training In fleet Taylor entered boot in Taylor presently resides at
oper camp
ber of battalions there to 24. Prior to his brief tenure there,
ation. July 1948 and spent his first 2147 Burgoyne Drive with his
for the 1st
Levitz cooking
CMC had earlier indicated to was
duty with FASRON 1 In Charles wife Claudia and daughter Jean.
'Sneaky Pete'Operation Congress that committing the Bn., 5th Marines in Vietnam.VP45 .
l Town, R.I., beginning in May The family plans to remain in
27th Marines to WestPac on other -
: 1947. In Dec. 1949 he
'Sneaky Pete' Is a was assigned the Jacksonville area.
VP-49 NAS Moffett than a temporary basis would
two-week combined= anti-sub- to at
marine exercise. This exercise and went to Bermuda with them VAP-62 Officer require some relief in the cur- Chief
will Include 14 surface ships, when they relocated. After being rent manpower situation. Three
; four submarines, and 28 air- attached to NAS Memphis from Becomes New XO proposals were suggested: 1) Ends Career
craft. 1954-1957 he joined VP-22 in change the Vietnam tour length, ,
!: Barbers Point.His next command Cdr. Ron Shelly, officer-in- 2)) extend enlistments, or 3)) Twenty-seven years of naval
VP-16 Is flying nine Lockheed was VP-31 from Oct. 1960 to charge of Detachment 19, returned activate some reserve units. service came to a close July 2
P3A Orions, turbo-prop aircraft Feb. 1963. Taylor had been attached to the NAS, July 5, to Top planners are disinclinedto as AEC Robert H.Schimmelmannwas
r 1 specifically designed to conduct increase the tour length but
to the Mad Foxes squadron assume duties of VAP62 executive piped over the side at spe-
I i antisubmarine warfare. since Nov.1964,during which officer.Detachment19. are getting some help along these cial ceremonies aboard VP45.A .
_____ lines from Marines who volun-
r provided criti- native of Crescent City,Fla.,
cal cartographic photography for tarily extend tours, or who volunteer Chief Schimmelmann entered the
i 'I- NATO Allies in Norway and for a second tour. More Navy in 1941 at Cleveland, Ohio
I. Northern Europe.The than 16,000 Marines have voluntarily and reported to his first ,duty
Det also collected photographic extended their tours; station at Navy Training squad.ron -.
. '. VISITCLAUDE coverage ,of airplaneand 1,500 have asked. for'a.;.. second" Eleven, Green Cove Springs.
.: seaplane bases for updating tour. Since then he has served a-
, J.. aeronautical charts and for con- It is Marine Corps policy that board NAS Guatanamo Bay, Cuba -
studies maritime and no Marine will return for a NAS West 'Fla NAS
NOLAN: tinuing on ; Key ;
: flight safety. second tour until all others in Corpus Christ; Fleet Air Wing
I, While In Europe, Detachment his rank and skill have had a Sixteen, Natal,Brazil, and Heavy
' 19 moved its base of opera- helping; also there must be atwoyear Attack Squadrons Five and Nineat
r f.; : .JQ AD I LUC &>PONTIAC tions to take advantage of sea- period with family be- NAS Sanford Field, Fla.

; sonal weather and workload priorities tween tours. In addition Chief Schimmelmann -
i,: : ;:, : throughout the area. . . has put in considerable

';'(':. Operating from Sola Airfield, LtCol. A.E.James,CO of MAD duty time in the Jacksonville.
, I+;,'''':' Stavanger, Norway, in May and presented Meritorious Masts 'to area, serving with the Naval
June Detachment-19 was hosted LCpls. Thomas A. Eberly and Reserve Training: Unit, Fleet
PHONE EL 3-3922 by the Norwegian Air Force. Willis D. Spenser this week. Airborne Electronics TrainingUnit
Cdr. Shelly and his flight crew; LCpl. Eberly was cited for his Atlantic, and VP-5 in addition -
PHC J.A. Defiore, ATC J. D. outstanding performance of duty to VP-45. "
j Jackson and ADJ3 J.C. Watkins while serving with the AE Support Present at Chief Schimmel-
visited Newfoundland and the A- Section. He also received mann's. retirement ceremonywere
\ zores on their return flight. orders for duty with Marine Heli- his.wife Marjorie and six
I of their eight children. The chief

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from the chief petty officers .of
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ment will represent the Sixth "
Naval District in the South Atlantic 1i
Regional Tourney sched-
uled for NTC Bainbridge, Md.,
next week. With all four of
NABTC's players in the last
four slots of the tourney, they
will definitely be, the 6ND rep- a resentatives.

First Round Results

McCool (Key West) defeatedJester -
(Jax) 6-3; 6-2
Walton (CF) won by default. I
Wilson (Memphis)defeated Urban S.
(Charleston) 664;
Shipman (CF) defeated Grisham
Forehand Return- The ServeI1Vk. .
(Memphis) 6-0; 6-0 I
Adkins fault.(Charleston) won by de- J : !J-_ ':{' Pd;.
Marsh (NABTC) won by default. I
I -U- -AREACanopies:-: and refreshments Kiessling (NABTC)defeated Ben j I I:
nett (Charleston) 6-1; 6-0. '
CECIL--After two days of playIn and 11 in the doubles.Commands Fisher (Key West)wonbydefault.
the Sixth Naval District Ten- represented in the tourney are: Wright (Charleston) defeated %: : :,
nis Tournament being held here, NAS Jax, NABTCPensacolaNASKey Haynes (Key West) 6-0; 6-1 I
NABTC of Pensacole has wrappedup West, NS Charleston, NS Reno (Memphis) defeated Cox :
the Open Singles event. In the Mayport, NAS Memphis.The (CF) 6-2; 6-2 "... .''..'
point standing at press time, tournament will windup McCabe (NABTC) won bydefault. I <.
NABTC was 7 ahead of their nearest today with the women's event,and <
rivals, host Cecil Field. The the finals in the doubles Open Second Round Results
Doubles event is. up for grabs and Senior. At 7 p.m. an awards I I.
with Cecil Field, (Key West, banquet will be held in the Beacon Peacock (NABTC) defeated
NABTC, and Charleston still un- Club where Capt. U.L. Fretwellwill McCool: (Key West) 6-0; 6-4
defeated.On present trophies{ to the win- Wilson {Memphis) defeated Wal- : :
opening day there were 22 ners and runnersup.The ton (CF) 3-6; 6-1; 6-2 i:
matches played in the Singles winners from this tourna- Shipman (CF) defeated Adkins .I I'.I
__ -_ 0___.....___ (Charleston) 6-0; 6-0 r
ti---; Marsh (Pensacola) defeated Mc- I'I
Murray (Key West) 6-0; 6-1 j
3 ; +N Fox (CF) defeated Allan (Mem- h .
M phis) 6-4; 0-6; 6-2 UJ
Kiessling (NABTC) defeatedFisher I'
(Key West) 6-0; 6-0
Wright (Charleston) defeated Reno ,
(Memphis) 6-1; 6-1 p:
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McCabe (NABTC) defeated Smith 'P J I
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Peacock (NABTC) defeated Wil- .
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Fox and Cox (CF) won by de- I. .
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and McCool (Key '1i( Thursday: 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. .:
McMurray :: .
SOUTHSIDE FORD Friday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. :.
West) defeated Wilson and
Grisham (Memphis) 6-2; 62. r :
Shipman & Walton (CF) :: Building Ext. 226 .
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Wright & Bennett (Charleston) .I Monday Friday: 10:00 a.m.. 2:00 p.m. ''j
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CECIL -- Eight golfers have of the top four Is unable to make
qualified to represent this sta- the tournament. 1 : I
tion in the.Sixth Naval District Winning a berth In the Senior
r! Tournament that will be held at Division were: Cdr. Pat ,

: NAS Jax next month.In Grosskopf, (NAS admin), AFCM
the Open Class, Lt. Ron Dixie Jones (NAS AMD); LCdr.
McLeod (RCVW 4 staff; TD1 Jim Donaldson ((0 In C
Pete Henderlite (VA 44)); HM NAMTD)'; and Lt. Bud Kelton
Roy Neill (NAS) and EOC Capps (NAS AMD).
(NAS) were the top players in The 6ND will began on Mon-
this division for the 36 holesof day, August 5 and run for four
golf. AE3 Don Hissam (VA- days, with the winners advancingto
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Two Day Tovraamtiif BULL AT THE PLATE.....Marlon Coffey VAand force final playoff game. AMD/Admin

37 pitcher swings away during game with catcher Is Hogie Carmichael, making the call
CECIL -- The Men's Golf Association in the low net and low gross di- AMD/Admin in Intramural Softball Tournament.AMDAdmin .
here has scheduled a vision. Free beer will also be won contest 4.2 to'/even the series is umpire Bob Kidd
"Panner Best Ball" tourneyfor available on both days.

the weekend of July 27 and AMD/ Admin Shutout Hornets 4-0
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all membersthetourneywillbe

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Beat Bulls 4-2 to Even
entry fee of $5.00 per man TourneyCECIL
will be charged. Players are urg- The Florida Game and Fresh
ed to select their partners priorto Water FishCommissionsethunt-
tourney time. All entry fees ing seasons for all of Florida'swildlife : A pair of impressive scoring fifth inning on another unearned other hand Bob Hunter was handling -
be paid on the morning of twill management areas last victories by AMD/Admin in the run. Carmichael lead out nothing but goose eggs
the 27th prior to teeing off. Tee Friday, incuding an October 5 local Intramural Softball League AMD/Admin at the plate with a until he was nicked for single-
times will be 8 a.m. until noon opening date for dove season. Playoffs has forces a final meet- single and triple In three trips. tons in the fourth and fifth in-
on each day..Prizes Ing between VA 37 and AMD/ Bob nings.
The commission said the bag On Tuesday night Hunter -
will be awarded to the limit during the dove season Admin.On outlasted Marion Coffey as Leading the winner at the plate
first, second and third places would be 12 bjrds per day. Monday night Jim Lee pit- AMD/Admin edged VA-37 ,4-2, were Fewell. Barrett and Carmichael 's
ched 2 hit shutout the V A-
a over
--- AMD/Admin picked up ull their with two hits apiece.For
44 Hornets thus putting his team runs in the first two innings. the losers, their six hits were
0 into the finals against VA 37.
spread out over six different
ARDftEY In the VA 44 contest AMD/ They scored 3 in the first on three players.In .
Admin scored a n unearned run errors 2 singles, a fly ball,
in the second two runs in the and a wild pitch. In the second next weeks edition oftheAf- .

J & third on a walk, a triple by cat- they added an insurance run terburner the.. final rap up on the
cher Hogie Carmichael and an on 2 singles. From tOen on Playoffs and the. trophy winners .- .
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defeat over the past week end bill. In the first game it was talking with Coach Jim Lee
! DANCING EVERY NIGHT a against the NAS Jax All Stars. Carrol over Coffee, 4 to 2. Ce- on the teams showing for the
Behind the fine four game pit- cil scored in the bottom of week '- end, he was greatly r'" _
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CASE LOTS at IM All Stars, playing togetherfor teams were scoreless until 27 out of 28 "Innings of. outstanding -
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son, showed the promise of a real the Flyers opened up their ,attack one bad inning in the third game

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I' Stars invaded the JAX field Fri- cil scored their only other run for
more exhibition before
night and home with in the last when barr games
. : day came two inning tt the coming Sixth Naval District
victories. Inthe with and scored up
very Impressive singled two out
Tournament to be held in
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Charleston, S. C., on August 12th,
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I Weapons Maintain LeadDespite ,Brittle, Kinder Head :::

Double SetbackJax n a 2 a Links Affair TryoutsJax

-- The American League In other games In the American -- In the first 18 holesof through August 3 and the win-
leading Weapons Department was League Fleet Air Wing 11 qualifications rounds for Sixth ners will be eligible to competeas
shut out twice last week, but picked up two wins last week Naval District golf tournamentsto COMFAIRJAX representa-
still retain their first place posi- walloping Medical 3113. and q qtr be held August 5-9, Walt tives In the 6ND golf tourney.
tion with a 12 3 record.Supply's putting down NARF 19-9;Supply Brittle of Hospital leads with a Trophies will be presented to
pitching ace Richard soundly defeated VP 5,24 6 72 in the open division and Jim the four low medalists in open,
New, hurled a one hitter and only VP 30 smashed VP 5,15 5 Kinder of Medical leads the sen- senior and women's divisions
one runner reached as far as and dropped Fleet Air Wing ior division with a 74. and the tournament will be a 36-
second base. Supply used a single 11, 13 3 and Supply stopped Tied for second place in the hole affair
and double by Roy Lux to score NARF 15 7. aLF first qualifying round in the open
two runs and a double by Charlie Fighting continues to be fierce division are Bill Maranville of
Cuthbert to add another run..Ra}r for first place in the National Hospital Dave Traut of FAETU Driving TipsProgram
Meadows then laid down a bunt League with VP 45 sportinga and Henry Hanno of Fleet Weather
which scored Dick Wolfe from 14 1 record and FICEUR Facilitiy, with 80. Bob Timby of
third blanking Weapons 4-0. balancing 13-2. Dental and Bob Phillips of VP Set

The nextevening the Weapons The league leading VP 45 30 are in fourth place with an
squad ran into trouble against
squad picked up two more wins 83.Paul
fifth ranked VP 30 and were last week VW 'a t Jula of Hospital is In
routing 4 to a
dropped 3-0. The win gave 7-2 decision then shutting out second place in the senior divi- Here MondayJax
VP 30 a 12 5 record. Aircraft Mainteance 11 0. sion with a 78; Walt Kelczewskiof
Third ranked American Lea- But keeping with the FIC- Hospital and Dan Cotton of
gue VAP 62 are fast on the EUR also pace. VP 7 are tied for third place -- The award winning
wrapped two
heels of second place 679th with smashing MARTD 11 with 80 and L. W. Graves of Champion Highway Safety Pro-
the season rapidly coming to a 1 and dropping the Gems 51. Public Works Is in fourth place gram will be presented here Mon
close The VAP 62 squad Elsewhere in the National with an 82. day and Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.and
edged the Radar Squadron 4-3 League, third place NARTU aded The four low scores In each division 1:30 p.m. at Bldg. 612 and at
last week then knocked off Sup- two wins to their winning streak will qualify to representJax Cecil Field Wednesday at 8:30
ply 11-6. The photomen then trouncing Marine Barracks 11 h ; Navy In the 6ND tournaments. and 10 a.m. at Bldg. 333.
chalked uo their 12'victory Mon- 1 and VW 6 2 The second 18 hole qualif tying Duane Carter, veteran of 13
4 3.
day as they trounce'df Medical Other clipping action saw, the, Gems- -- ,__ __ _________ ___m.m.. round will Ha..... t"nlovorl.... ...... here _!it._ Indianapolis 500 mile races before -
28-4. 'NATURE LOVER-Virna List urday. his retirement in 1966 will
squeeze by Admin 10 9. Ma-
However, after suffering their rine Barracks down Aircraft; is a Rood example of "what it's COMFAIRJAX make the presentation which is
fourth loss of the seas n to V AP- Maintnenance all about" in Warner Brothers'film aimed at making driving safer on
62 679th bounced back Monday 7-4; Admin "The Birds, the Bees, and The COMFAIRJAX area golf our nation's highways.The .
smash Marine Barracks 12-5
the Italians". tournament will be held July 27 program/'Driving
night to down Hospital 4-3 and Aircraft Maintenance
making their record 13 4. Air Operations 7-0.. Champion: is built around the
STANDINGS Organizational Meetings race driver's experiences on the
American League National League tracks he has driven in the nation -

Team Won Lost Team Won Lost For Fall Intramural Sports uations and which then compared develop on to sit-the

Weapons 12 3 VP 45 14 1 highways.

679th 13 4 FICEUR 13 2 Organizational meetings and tentative starting dates for the Along with the presentation, a
12 4 fall intramural sports program have been announced by the NAS 27 minute movie will be shown
Hospital 10 4 VW 4 9 7
Athletic Director.All featuring races at Indianapolis,
VP 30 8 8
12 5 Admin 7 8 military personnel on active duty for a period of 90 daysor Daytona Beach, the Pikes' Peak
Supply 8 9 Gems longer, assigned to units/activities participating In the NAS Hill Climb and the Winter -
FAW 11 5 I 11 Marine Bks 5 12
composite recreation fund are eligible (except NATTC personnel Nationals at Pomona. The film
VP 5 MARTD 4 11
4 12 ) to compete in the Intramural sports and recreation program. also shows the complete care
NARF 4 11 .
4 12 Air Ops Each command/department or unit is requested to designatean used in assembling a piece of
Medical 3 13 AMD 3. athletic officer or authorize an individual to attend organiza- racing equipment for competi-

tional meetings at which rules and regulations for the various
I leagues and sports will be outlined.. tion.The program Is tailored to
? create the desire in all hands
Sport' Organizational Approximate to decrease to the barest mini-
Bud Goode
By Meeting Time mum traffic violations, acct -
dents and resultant deaths, injuries -
-The Dodgers are finally leading the National League in an important BOWLING July 24 August 21 and property damage.
pitching category-clutch pitching. With runners on base, TOUCH FOOTBALL July 31 August 19 NAS department heads are directed -
Drysdale, Singer and staff are allowing only 21.5% to cross home GOLF August 21 September 9 and tenant commands are
plate. This is a stronger showing than '66 when Koufax
Sandy: was
HANDBALL September 4 September} 23 invited to schedule all military
still with the club.
,PING-PONG October 7 attend session of
September personnel to a
How do the other teams stack up on this important clutch
pitching factor? Computer Corner poured the season statistics into SOCCER September 25 October 14 the program.
our University Computing electronic evaluator with the following VOLLEYBALL October 23 November 4
results of June (Part of Spring
(through games 18)):
LOS ANGELES .215. CHICAGO .222 (Part of Spring
NEW YORK .218 CLEVELAND .233 1969 Program)
PITTSBURGH .236 OAKLAND .249 The first organizational meeting for the fall Intramural sports U.S S.ivirujsif
ST. LOUIS .250 DETROIT .252 program will be for the bowling season. The meeting will be held Now f- f.i 'fnloff
PHILADELPHIA .263 MINNESOTA .253 Wednesday 9:30 a.m. at the NAS Gym, Bldg. 3.
SAN FRANCISCO .290 NEW YORK .282 A ..,, ., IIIIII /iI/I/1.IA.
ATLANTA .295 BOSTON .284 ,
Average .268 Avenge .269 0 I,
Navy Retiring
Oakland has improved the most in the American League. At this I .
point in the season Nash, Odom and Dobson are letting only 24.9% Soon? .
of all base runners come home vs. 31.7.% last year. According to N l FACTORY TO YOU PRICES
Computer Corner's current figures Oakland has an even chance of Excellent Business 1 q

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Not so the Dodgers. On the opening day of the season Computer DIPPER DAN I ,
Corner predicted< L. A. would score as many runs as their.pitching ICE CREAM SHOPPE MOBILE HOMESServicemen's 1,
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\ Reserves Prove Good Snoopers ;iTi.

! During Exercise 'Sneaky Pete' HF F


t For their work in making a achievement which far exceeded command ofCdr.Ted Levy,USNRIt 7M++'w r* 0
"substantial" number of con- expectations" by Capt. W. W. Is a "hardware" squadronand
I tacts and kills in ASW Exercise Honour, commander, Fleet Air consists of three reserve pat-
Sneaky Pete, a squadron of two- Wing 11 and task Unit commander rol squadrons, VP 67B1, VP-
: week reservists fromNAS Atlanta for "Sneaky Pete". 67B2, and VP 5B3 and also
were cited for "anexceptional The squadron is under the Naval Air Reserve' Mainten -
ance Unit Bl.

j Capt. A. R. Groves,USN,com-
rt mandinR officer of NAS Atlanta,
A TW observed of exercise Sneaky
I L ** part ___"_,_ n .. n. __ ... ,_._______"" ____ _
: ... ... .. Pete, which was unprecedentedfrom
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the standpoint of using two- SNEAKYPETECdr.. Ted Levy, CO of reserve hardware
week reservists to augment fleet squadron VP-67 of NAS Atlanta, second from left, outlines
I XX-- x-x -J( units In a fleet ASW exercise. ASW exercise operating area to, from left, Capt. L.O. Wilkin,
I IIT LA"l"T Under the Hardware concept, USNR, NAS Atlanta Naval Air Reserve Staff inspector general -
Io ST A/tNr ANEAlE the four units join together once ; Capt. A.R. Groves, USN, commanding officer of NAS
every three years for training Atlanta; and Capt. W.C. Yarbrough, Atlanta Naval Air Re
purposes. to operate as a single, serve Staff command'er.Retl.tlel .
self sufficient squadron.Cdr. .
oNty Levy is commanding officer -
of VP 67B1. Cdr. Gor- Officer Visits free CeMme S
don Flynn, commanding of -
Leer of VP 5B3 is executive Jax -- Capt. A. ,M. Sackett, who heads the officer retention section -
.. officer for the hardware squadron In the Bureau of Naval Personnel will be in the Jacksonvillearea
and Cdr. Jack Oglesbee, today and tomorrow to hold high level meetings with local
commanding officer of VP67B2is officers.
:0, r.. operations officer. The meetings will be held for flag officers and commanding officers -

....... ...,', "'1.: During their second week of and executive officers of local commands. Topics under
: \ :"." + It training, the 10 flight crews of discussion will include distribution requirements,career retention ,
:: : b VP 67 are continuing daily statistics, augmentation, duty extensions, and future personnel re-
I'f. .1' flying in ASW training exercisesfor quirements.
. ,". ''\; i crew training and coordination. Captain Sackett will hold a conference at the NAS conference between -
I'! ,1. ptLLE641 9:30 and noon this morning and at the same time at Cecil
Cdr. Levy expressed high Field's BOQ Conference Room tomorrow. The captain will travelto
I .' praise both for the flight crews the Maypory Naval Station theater for another meeting at 2:30
and for maintenance personnel in tomorrow afternoon. This afternoon. Captain Sackett is expectedto
flight sche- visit several local commands.
meeting a rigorous .

: i/ 1 dule.During their stay at NASJack- (New Exchange Boers Become Effective Mowdayl'
VP 67 has received
." sonville, -
-' services from host squadron New hours of operation have to 2 p.m.; Barber Shop, Bldg. 3
VP-7. been established for some Navy and Beauty Shop, Bldg. 25, 8:30
Exchange facilities, in ',orderto a.m. to 5 p.m.,; Mon. thru Fri.,
Luncheon Honors provide additional and more and 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat.
!i. '!I i.' :': Hif) I IJ Ij convenient service to the pat- Cobbler Shop, Bldg. '3, 8:30to
: Captain Stack rons. 5 p.m. Mon. thru Fri., 8:30,
J ', : New hoUl's.of. operation are a.m. to 5 p.m. and 8:30 a.m. to
: ,, West Gate The Jacksonville Naval* Air as follows: Retail Store, Bldg. 2 p.m. Sat.,; Express =# 1, Bldg.
Station Association (NASA) helda 27 and Country' Store & Toy- 931, Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m. to
land, Blvd. 514, Mon. thru Fri., 5 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
I, :if: JAX -- The West Gate is now gate 12, they will be allowed to farewell luncheon Friday for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sat. 9 a.m. and Sun."'8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
I 4'"' open for motorists commuting form two lanes of traffic and Capt. M. J. Stack at the O Club.
i /-!, south off the. station. The gate feed onto the highway. Capt. Stack complimented Sax
M '', has been widened and Hills bound motoristsmust
an improved Ortega NASA for the assistance they
traffic light has been installed travel the right (norther- w CHEVROLET
r at the Roosevelt Blvd. lane that safe- had given him during his tour
most) so they may
junction to provide for the fun- ly make the "right'turn to reach here. He pointed out that the "
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".: : Motorists enroute to Ortega lane. programs is important.
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