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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 25, 1968


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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't.;,' + While it may be a longhot sum of next July, the barracks will ant McClure. "All the floorswill
mer for the men berthed in the be air conditioned and divided be tiled as well as the ceil-
.. barracks area adjacent to the into threes and four man rooms ings. Also, the walls will be
main mess hall next year .it'll according to Lt. (J. g.) Tom Mc- plastered." l
be a different story. '? Clure, an assistant officer in The William E. Arnold Company -
: A nearly $2 million project charge of construction here. of Jacksonville is the prime
begun aboard the air stationto for $1,928,000
had; Cool Mess Hall contractor the
rehabilitate the 14 permanent barracks project.*
barracks in Buildings 6 and 7. Lieutenant McClure said the 1
Other Work.
Due for completion at the end project will also include'the air
conditioning of the main mess Other construction currently.
Aa"t f ae Civilian Polio hall and the rehabilitation of the underway includes a new
steward's barracks area in $938,444,000 Avionics Building
Building 11. In addition Bar- behind Building 101U. The tWo -

,\ .: Policy Sign Up racks' 6A and 6B will be sealed story, air conditioned facility
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off and converted into Waves will give the Naval Air Rework
1 < barracks. The women's barrackswill
Facilitiy additional
an 47,000
--:- Deadline NearsCivilian replace the two WW II bar- square feet of work area. To
' Bracks in which Waves row oc make for
COOL IT -- Workers install air conditioning ducts as part of parking room people
: the $2-million project to modernize the station's permanent employees aboard the cupy.The three and four man rooms working in the avionics build-
station may apply for insurance ings, a new 154 car parking
enlisted barracks.Service will feature built in lockers
y1 under Protection the Group Plan until Polio August Expense 2, and desks," explained Lleuten- (Continued on Page 2))

Act Guarantees according to a Tuesday Industrial
Relations Department Bulletin.
Applications can be made to
: department representatives or to
Old Job the Employee Services Branch
Upon Discharge of IRD in Bldg. 907.
The offers $10,000
plan up to

The Universal Military Train- initial active duty for training. protection for each Insured family -

K'... :, ing and ,Service Act gives re ,According to a recent Bupers member from the cost of
p +, >, "* f employment protection to ex instruction! Congress has also treatment and care caused by ,

;..' 'C;'. of" servicemen and reservists who enacted.legislation providing re- poliomyelitis. Included are hos- ? 'B 1 p" ..
'' /' leave jobs with private employ- employment rights to reservistsand pital expense, medical services,
' employers' or nhe Federal members of the National iron lung rental nursing care
Government to perform military Guard. and transportation.
. duty. Reservists or National Employees can insure themselves -
. The Department of Labor, Guardsmen must request a leaveof their spouses and chil-
through the Office of Veterans' absence from their employerfor dren under 21 for $4 a year.
Reemployment Rights provides any training duty which will Single person coverage costs $2
Information about rights of mili- require absence from work and annually. '
tary personnel and needed as- according to law the employermust Renewing policies now will give s'--
sistance. grant the leave requestedfor policyholders protection until :J. ,
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... The most important thing for the required training. July 25, 1969. Those enrollingfor ) :1."'. "U.: .\ili :}.fi't {: .: '
the first time will be .
military personnel to remember Personnel in the reservists and cov- ;-.1. 1iQ1 -
'\! :.. is to be sure to apply to a National Guard categories must ered beginning August 8.
5 ,.\ preservice employer within 90 also notify their employer of the The polio insurance plan pays ASSUMES COMMAND Capt. Henry 0. Cutler, who assumed
, days if inducted enlisted or day and time of regularly sche- regardless of hospitalization or command of the air station during ceremonies Friday pledgedto
'j 0' recalled to extended active duty duled weekly or weekend drills medical expense plans employeesnow continue to maintain the station as one of the Navy's most
a' ,'. or within 31 days if serving on and of any changes in drill sche- own. efficient air stations.
-.< dules. An additional request for
: 17Advance to E-3 any other training duty, such as
summer camp, must also be Ex-Paratrooper Named July Darter I
Eleven sailors and six Waves submitted. .,
Ii'. were listed as new E 3's as Bupers is urging active duty
a result of the station's monthly men and women about to be discharged Jax -- Parachute Rigger First warded his paratrooper's wings at NAAS New Iberia, La., from
,., exams. to first find out what a Bernardino Samudio, who served and in 1956 was chosen to helpre 1963 to 1965, the July Red Darter -
Authorized to be advanced off preservice employer has to offer with U. S. Army airborne divi- activate the 101st Airborne was president of the station's
the July exam are JacquelineM. before attempting to get employ- sions before entering the Navy, Division at Ft. Campbell, Ky. parachute club in addition to
Altenburg John D. Blom- ,ment with another firm or busi- was 'selected Patrol Squadron45's In that capacity he led numerous maintaining membership in a
*; bach James V. Comparetto, ness. Seniority accured during "Red Darter of the Month" classes through basic civilian sky diving organization. '
Barry W. Darling, Calvin H. military service may entitle an for July. training.In When his doctor. ordered
!*': ..'-V.:;, -. l!," Robert Ellis Cynthia L. Friedline L. Erazland., Daniel Ro-R. ex serviceman other employ- The presentation was made December 1959 Petty Of- ,him to abandom his chutingin
: benefits which should be ,, ficer Samudio switched allegiance 1965 he has 685
::-" .' '' Graston, Roslyn A. Hazelwood ment Friday at the station: theater by completed jumps
, ;:t\.\: : ,and Randall R. Keena. 1 considered before deciding what Cdr. H D. Wilbur, squadron. to the Navy;, and although without' a single mishap.
t t", '' Others listed James L. to-do. commanding officer. he discontinued.1 His chut- Since joining the Navy,Samudiohas
.\ ; McSpadden Fred were E. Mershon The U. S. Department of Labor A native of San Antonio, Tex., ing activities, he maintained his spent considerable duty timein
Charles F. Moberg, Kathleen, will also assist persons leaving Samudio enlisted in the Army .in skill at "hitting the silk"through the Sax area, serving with
" C. Moyer Sandra A, Roetting, military service in returning to 1952, beginning a seven and one active membership in sky diving VF 13 and VFP 62 at Cecil .
,. Edward E. Stout and the civilian labor force by assisting half tenure with that service. clubs. Field before reporting to
: LyndaVail. in finding a first job Soon after enlisting he was a- While stationed aboard VT-27 V P 4Q.

I r.o :: Wcmfecf : Bright Young Men Women with Potential I

: The Navy has started its annual candidate school Newport, R.I., but must have completed one full plication. Must have a combined GCT/
search for bright young before receiving their commis- year of active duty by December Applicants must have reached AIR score of at least 115.
petty officers for the Nayy En- sions In the unrestricted line of 31. their 21st but not 25th birth- Applicants must meet physical -
.- listed Scientific Education Pro- the Regular Navy.Eligibility Must have one year of obligated day by July 1 oi the year' De- requirements and in most
;; gram (NESEP), which offers a requirements are service after completionof lected. (Selections are made in cases have had no record 6T
(' free college education and a com- outlined In Bureau of Personnel preparatory school. Paymentof February). An age waiver may conviction of court-martial or by
mission. instruction 1510.69L and include Variable Reenlistment Bonusis be granted for each year of college civil court for other than minor
Petty officers who are selected : not authorized for NESEP work transferable for an traffic violations.All .
; for the program attend one of Must be a U.S. citizen. Naturalized selectees. authorized NESEP curriculum. applications must reach the
:.j the many designated colleges and citizens must obtain May be married or single Must be a high school grad- Chief of Naval Personnel no later' I
i universities in the fields of engineerIng Certificate of Citizenship from and male or female. uate or have completed three than October 1
science and math- the Immigration and Naturalization Must be in pay grade E-4 years and have a GED equiva- Specific requirements maybe'
ematics. Following successful Service. or above or have been selectedfor lent with a grade in the 75th obtained from the Instruction: or, candidates are, required Applicants may be In the promotion off the August E-4 percentile or above in each test from the Educational Services
*&.'4aeoo 10 weeks of officer Regular Navy or Navy Reserve, examination in the year' of ap- area. Office In Bldg. 955.

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Editorial; View Points; j Traffic 'OJY le, S'er V rC es

St. Edwards Chapel
Smooths the WayServicemen

following is a reporg of SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.

motor vehicle accidents and traf- DAIY MASS - 11:30
and women who have decided to return to civilian Jx
for the period July
; fic violations SATURDAY MASS 9
life offered the increase the skills and
are being opportunity to SF'i r .
9 through 15.Number CONFESSIONS 5
knowledge they will need to obtain well-paying productive jobs. p.m.-
The opportunity is offered under "Project Transition" an in- y of Accidents TUESDAY 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

service, voluntary, job-oriented program designed to assist the -7
Week - -
This Catholic
approximately 750,000 personnel leaving the Armed Forces each V.t this through Single Young Organ-
Total year ization - 7:30
year. __ ___ July 15 - - -19 p.m.

Number of Accidents through U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
1967 - - 209
a Ni'2" gVV July Luke's Chapel
V Total number of days since last

Vi injury in a motor vehicle accIdent SUNDAY MASS - -8:00: a.m.
i - - -24
Number of ViolationsThis SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
Week - - I30
-I l II
Speeding - - -
-1rw.+ + n .
Driving - 11
Reckless Saints' Chapelv:'
Going through Stop Sign --11 '

Violations - 76
vr <: Other SUNDAY


Wood, escorted by Cdr. R.F. (Continued from Page I) Blad.: #722

Wenzel, VP-7 CO, is piped Divine Worship Service10:00
lot is being built across from a.m. Bldg # 722.
First step in the program is counseling to determine future over the side in a retirement the station's post office. The Junior Youth Fellowship 6p.m.

intentions regarding reenlistment, education, training and em- ceremony here Friday in the Geismer & Mitchell Company of Bldg. #722.
ployment desires. Counseling can begin six months prior to a VP corrplex. Chief Wood reported Jacksonville is prime contractorfor WEDNESDAYSenior

man's expiration of active service. aboard NAS (in June the avionics facility. Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m. ,
The second of _the four key functions of Project Transitionis 1967 where he was attachedto Construction planned in the THURSDAY ,

educational assistance with the goal being to upgrade the in- VP-7. He and his family future includes a new chief petty Young Adult Club -' 7 p.m.

dividual's formal educational level. will make their home in Jack officers' club, to be build adja- Bldg. #722.Christian '
/ Then comes practical skill training in some form which demands sonville. cent to Birmingham.Ave.,across Science Service --

whenever possible. Toward this end, Innumerable companies have C C a from Kings Hall. The doublng 7:30 p.m. Bldg. #722.
established training courses at military bases in connection with of the size of theenlisteds'Blue-
Put off-duty time to
Project Transition. your Inn and the rehabilitationof
work for you. Participate in jackets Plan now to vote in the November
Finally there is the job referral service where assistance barracks H2004 and H2005 at
and guidance is provided by informing Project Transition enroleesof your off-duty education pro- the Hospital are other projects. chance to elections be heard.- it's your
employment opportunities available in specific fields or geographic cram.-

areas that would be of special interest to the individual concerned.If .

you have decided not to reenlist, Project Transition may be Individual Attention ProvidedIn
just the thing for you. It's not going to solve all of your problems

and it certainly can't guarantee, you'll start out as president of

your company. But if you're willing to work, it can help make the
road back into civilian life a little smoother. (AFPS) Local Electronics Trainina

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His CountryEd. V
Defending Jax Advanced technology and These people are here to learn, fore the class began."

sophisticated equipment makes but learning can only be accom- The training program at
( Note: The following letter was written by Marine LCpl. specialization in training a must plished under the most favorable FAETU 'is not limited to Navy

Donald E. Griss of "A" Co. 5th Shore 'Party BN., Fleet Marine in today's Navy. The NAS Fleet conditions and at FAETU we feel personnel, but is extended to the ..
Force Pacific, FPO San Francisco, Calif.) "''''''''"
Airborn. Electronics civilians -
TrainingUnit that we meet these require- Air Force, Army, under
"Just imagine, most of the guys over here are 18 and, fightingto (FAETU) operates under ments." federal employment in the 1
make it 19. The average age of the combat soldier in'many the latest of for-
concepts special- Complete flight crews or individuals nuclear field, and selected
units here is 18 and one half. And what a man he is, pink-cheeked, ized Those
thorough training.The may enroll in coursesin eign military personnel.
tousle-haired fellow who under normal circumstances
unit has three often
training any one of the three divi- specialized courses are
would be considered by society as half man and half boy,
specific areas of training in the. sions of training. The courses utilized as refreshers to keep
not yet dry behind the ears and a pain in the unemployment chart.
fields of nuclear weapons, anti- may take from three days to personnel abreast of the latest
But here and now, he is the beardless hope of free man.
submarine warfare and electronics five weeks the their -
in particular
depending on par developments
"He is, for the most pan, unmarried and without material pos- maintenance. ticular field.
sessions except possibly for an old car at home and a transistor "Over course.
3,000 students received Cuts Red Tape Another function of the FAETU
radio here. He listens to rock-'n-roll and 105 millimeter how-
itzers. training here in fiscal 1968, yet Commander Hyman explained, activity is the issuance and main-
each one received personal atten- "One of our basic alms at FAETU tenance of aviation training units
"He's of
just out high school, received so-so grades, played a
tion and instructions from one is to cut the 'red tape,' give and devices and over2,000train-
little football and had who
a girl promised to be true. He has "
learned to drink beer, because it is cold and 'is the thing to do.: of. our John 31 instructors officer, LCdr.A. out students personalized, thor- ing films are available at, the
in ough training, then get thembackto central aviation tUrn library.
He is first class with
a private a one-year veteran one or possibly stated.
three He for their squadron as quickly as Commands at Cecil Field'arxJ
years to go. never cared work, preferred waxing his
own car to washing his father's, but he is now working or fighting the SpecializationIn three of possible where" this training can Mayport may also check out
training NAS
be utilized. the
from dawn to dark, often longer. training
"He can dig a foxhole, apply first aid to a wounded companion, courses are with a each wide variety of The training devices in all FAETU film library.

o march until he is told to stop or stop until he is told to march. with one of dealing areas of training are of the Commander Hyman stated,

: He has stood among hills of bodies and has helped to build those ment a or specific with how piece a specific equip- same type as the equipment usedon "We feel that FAETU here pro-

hills. He has wept in private and in public and has not been ashamedof task is carried Therefore the job. Also, instructors vides information and training
out. a
doing either, because his pals have fallen in battle and he has student leaves FAETU as a set up realistic problems for the which is. vitally important in
come close to joining them. cialist in his spe- trainees as similar as possibleto making the individual and the

"He has become self-sufficient. He has two pair of fatigues, of study. particular course an actual set of circumstances Navy team pan of an efficient,

washes one and wears the other. He sometimes forgets to brush "As specialists working as a encountered in fleet exercisesor smooth working opp.ration." He

his teeth, but not his rifle. He keeps his socks dry and his canteen team, tasks are carried out efficiently "When combat. continued, "In maintaining the
full. He cook his meals fix his we say our training program latest in aids material
can own own rips -- material or and accurately," Com- training ,
is up-to-date, we mean
mental. up- and information and well-trained

"He will share his water with you ;if you are thirsty, break his mander to train Hyman these specialists commented., we"And of to-the-minute," AEC S.T.Lewis instructors, our entire Navy op-

rations in half if you are hungry and split his ammunition if you our schools in the most operate student control stated. "Someof eration is benefited in that the .

I are fighting for your life. He, can do the work of two.civilians, relaxed atmosphere possible. the information our students training provided here in the
draw half the pay of one and yet find ironic humor in It all. .!13I! receive may have only .reached classroom saves lives, time and
"He has learned to use his hands as a weapon, and his weaponas the instructor a few minutes be- money."

his hands. He can save a life or most assuredly take one. He

is now. 19, a veteran, and fighting to make it 20. What a man I"

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The JAN AIR NEWS 'Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, ,
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company,
a private firm AH Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR i
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box
2, NAS Jacksonville: by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele- fl
phone 772 3118 or 3119.I

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries .....
concerning such should be directed to:
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. John Hyman, FAETU officer-

." Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 In-charge congratulates AN

T.J. Hidinger on being the

VOL. 26 NO. 18 JULY 25, $1968 3,000th student to take train. -,--
ing at FAETU during fiscal SPECIALIZED TRAINING .
-- Students
use the P3
flight crew
$1968. evaluator and
programmer unde' simulated flight conditions.I .


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Two Cecil Field Chiefs Retire

k Y During Air Operations CeremonyThe

Cecil Field Operations as the two chiefs marched througha Diego; Naval Air Facility,Citina
Department released two of its line of sideboys and officiallyout Lake, Calif.; USS Kitty Hawk
J a.e "hats" last week as ACC ErnestT. of the active duty Navy.At (CVA 63)) and USS Roosevelt
Quina and PHC Charles L. the conclusion of the cere- (CVA 42)).
Stoyer departed for civilian life monies the men were Informally The chief controller presently
rs.f as members of the Fleet Reserve.The congratulated by the officersand resides at 3245 Shetland Dr.,
two career petty officers their fellow chiefs. Jacksonville with his. wife Carol
were officially released from Chief Stoyer, previously assigned and their'children.
active duty in ceremonies con- to the Cecil Photo Lab,
ducted by Cecil Field Executive reported for duty here in July
Officer, CommanderD.E.Doug- 1966. A native of Cochranton,
las, July 17.Commander. Penn., the chief joined the Navyin
Douglas presentedthe November 1946.
chiefs with certificates of Since that time he has served
service and congratulated themas threetours at the Naval Photographic
,. 11111.11'n.( \ .' > .....-.. __ defenders of their nation's Center, Washington, D. c.;
THE FEAST--Two Cecil officers partake of the delightful freedom. with the Naval Attache Office
The families of both men were London; Light Photographic
comestibles available at the new buffet line in the Officer'sRecreation
present to watch more than 40 Squadron 61, San Diego; Utility
Facility.Noon years of military service pass Squadron 1, Oahu, Hawaii;

Buffet Line I Cecil CPO I and The finally chief at Cecil.photographer pre-

sently resides at 7901 FalconSt.
Opens at Cecil 0JF Clef SchriiU" ., Jacksonville with his wife
'i' Ruth and their children.
Tonight is a first for the.CPO Chief Quina entered the Navyin
For the past two weeks more luncheon on monday, Wednesday Club "Foreign Dish Night" July 1948 and reported for
than a hundred Cecil officer have and Friday. . Oriental Buffet .. Egg duty at Cecil in January 1965.
drifted into the fleer's Recrea- "Our luncheon menu," Chef Drop Soup, Sweet & Sour Pork, His Navy tours were at and
tion Facility to take advantagesof Williams explained," is a choiceof Chinese Vegetables, Rice Fu' with the USS Dixie (AD 14)); MATS BY A MOT VISITORS WHAT IS PASS MEANT \
the new buffet being served two entrees, vegetable, bread, Yung, Chiang Fu Radishes, and Fleet Training Center, San I
during the noon hours. salad and beverage. Beverages, Almond Cookies for $1.00.
The buffet, open to officers and including draft beer, are included Friday night enjoy the musicof -- ----
their dependents from 11 a.m. to in the $1.00 price. the "Blue Tones". Two din-
1 p.m. Ms:>ndaythrough Friday, "For those who don't want ner specials are offered, "Lob-
was planned by Lt. (jg) W. the big meal," the Chef con- ster- for $2.75 or "Porter- luxury LivingAt
M. Smith, Mess Treasurer, and tinued, "hoagie and club spe- house Steak" for $2.00.
put into operation by Chef Nor- cial sandwiches are also avail Saturday is Country Western
man Williams.For able." Night. Tommy "C" and the Modest Cost
$1.00 per persons according On sandwich days the buffet "Seminoles" will provide the
to Assistant Mess Man- features a choice of four hot entertainment. Chow special for
ager Hal Carson, the guests may meats, three varities of bread, the evening will be Lobster
enjoy a hot sandwich menu on a choice of slaw or salad,cheese for $2.75. served between the

Tuesdays and Thursday an a chips beverages.; ......... ?_.__. hours of 8 p.m. & 9:45 p.m.
Sunday enjoy the enchanting
piano of Mr. J. B. Coon. Re-
quest music for pleasure from
5 to 8 p.m.Monday.
t the bar is
1 iMMI open. k aNtp
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Try the Spaghetti Dinner on N
Tuesday. Mr. Edwards,new chef a
at, the club, prepares, this dish
as only .a man with his experience -

can. .
Wednesday is game night. The ;
dinner special is Beef Loaf w.A}A k a+ '
Ala' Vino for $.75. Come early
and be assured of a seat.

VA-37 LCPOPromoted

WITH APPRECIATION-Lieutenant Commander J.K. Donaldson THE

Officer-in-Charge NAMTRADETS, at Cecil, presents
AOC Robert W. Weinstein with a plaque and letter of appre- CECIL -- Master Chief JamesH.
cation on the occasion of the chief's transfer to the Fleet Estes was promoted to his
Reserve last week.NAMTD present grade recently In cere-
monies conducted by Com -
1034 Instructor mander J. R. Tappan, executive-
officer of Attack Squadron Thirty

Retires on 21 YearsAOC Seven.Chief Estes is the Leading In ORANOI PARK, Flu.
Chief of the Squadron, and has 2% Miles from NAS JAX Main Gate.

Robert W. Weinstein of inspection, Lcdr. J. K. Donaldson recently completed 20 yearsof UIIIIINIIUIIIIUNIiMINIIUIIIIUllHINIUIIIIHimiHimUHIMIHHinll!
NAMTD 1034 (A7)) was trans- Officer in Charge NAM- Naval service. During this
ferred to the Fleet Reserve last TRADETS, Cecil Field, pre- time, he has earned the National 1 BEDROOM from $135
week closing out more than 21 sented Chief Weinstein with a Defense Service Medal, Republicof
years of continuous active Na- commemorative plaque and a Vietnam Campaign Medal, 2 BEDROOM from $175
val service. Chief Weinstein letter of appreciation from the Vietnam Service Medal with
reported to 1034 in October Commanding Officer of NavalAlr Bronze Star, and the Armed For- 3 BEDROOM from $195Includes
Maintenance Training Group, ces Expeditionary Medal.
1965, and was assigned as ( Utilities' )
Memphis, Tenn. He is married to the former .
leading, instructor in the A7 lMiiimwiHiii iiHwiiiNiwi' iiiuiwwHnaiMUNmiiuiiiwiiiiHimiiflnnitwiwMiNHThe
"Corsair IT Armament Sys- Chief Weinstein, his wife MU- Miss Mary Ivy. They are the par
tems since that time. lie, and their two children planto ents of two daughters and resides TIKI is here to pamper you!
During his career,Chief Wein- reside in New Hampshire. here in Jacksonville. As Jacksonville's newest experience in luxury apart-
stein served with VP 7{ VP- n aaaacx, .....I ...>a pcz''.ap''. ''agpaaacxsafaacsa. ',- ment living, THE TIKI transports the mood and tempoof
11.; VA 26, VC 6.; USS Midway the South Seas to Florida with a new dimension in
; NAS Norfolk, Va.; NAS MONEY leisure and convenience. The Polynesian influence of
Kingsville, Texas; NAS Bruns- Cash Monthly Months the architecture and the topical setting are only hintsof
wick, Maine, NAS Patuxent River You "'Get Payment to Pay the adventure in living awaiting within.
Md.; Barron Field, Ala.; IN I 1 DAY
and Sandpolnt, Wash.At $ 84.33 4/iS.OO/; 24 Clear, Inviting Pool S Complete laundry
the retirement ceremonythe A Large open Gazebo for facilities
chief inspected the ranks of 219.27 13.00 24 private Luaus O Central heating and
the $Z5 to $600 Lounge available by Air Conditioning
NAMTD 1034. Following
320.79 19.00 24 Reservation 9 Wall to wall carpeting
Private Patios & drapes
427.51 25.00 24 Master TV System Large Walk-in' closets
CanYouTAKE 500.51 29.00 24
: Fully Equipped' Kitchens by
YOUR CAR 600.00 34.39 24
WITH YOU? These convenience features and your utility bill are
For Financing and Insurance Po'mclIU Include' interest
all included In the moderate rent.
Stateside and Overseas Call


and 4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384-2314 111221

5615 Tim-iauana' Rd. 771-0527

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I 1\1Merit\ Proaram Jobs RevealedMerit


\ promotion opportunities .TULANT, Navy Hospital, Navy considered as received.MPB ,9
currently open for receipt of Commissary Stores and Navy No. 124 68 Manage-
applications are listed below. Recruiting Station, Jacksonville. ment Technician GS 7 or 9.
The area of consideration and Applications for these positionswill Area of consideration: NARF
,, closing date of each is shown. be accepted at any time.A NAS, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, -'
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D separate application must be FAETULANT, Navy Hospital,
I grade levels GS 4 and below filed for each posilon in which Navy Commissary Stores and
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all interested. Navy Recruiting Station, Jack- r
I semi skilled positions pay level MPB No. 158 67 Industrial sonville. Applications will be AP x
seven and below and MPB No. Engineer, GS 5, 7 9, and 11 accepted through the close of
83 67 Plan B all skilled positions Area of consideration: Na- business Tuesday.

I:. pay level eight above. Area tionwide. Applications will be MPB No. 129 68 Shorthand
of consideration: NAS, NARF, accepted until the needs of the Reporter GS 6 or 7. Area
NARTU. COMFAIRJAX. FAE- Cervices are met and will be of consideration: Nationwide.

Applications will be accepted
through the close of business
August 8.
MPB No. 130 -68 Management
r" Technician GS 7 or 9. Area of
consideration: Sixth Naval Dis-
I I trict. Applications will be accepted -
through the close of busi-
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MPB No. 131 68 Aircraft INJ URED YOUTH 14 year old John Roberts, the victim ofa
Painter Worker. Area of con- flash fire July 13, is being transferred from a station ambulance -

sideration: NARF, NAS, NARTU to a Military Air Transport Service Plane to be flown to
a 4b COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT the Shrine Burn Institute, Galveston, Tex. Young Roberts
,9.4d !a Navy Hospital, Navy Commissary received second degree burns on his hands and legs when a '

Stores and Navy Recruiing heater pilot light ignited liquid cleaner the family was usingto
Station, Jacksonville. Applica-
tions will be accepted through the clean a stove.Approved.

close of business Wednesday.
Rates Show
MPB No. 132 68 'Mail and Salary

File Supervisor GS 5, Area of

!1 NARTUCOMFAUUAXFAETU-consideration: NARF, NAS Gains from 3 to 9 Per Cent

LANT, Navy Hospital, Navy
F Commissary Stores and Navy On July 11, 1968 President into effect with the first pay
Recruiting Station, Jacksonville Johnson signed executive orders period beginning on or after July
Applications will be accepted providing pay Increases averaging 1. New pay schedules for postal "
!I through the close of business about 'five per cent for field service employees, enacted
RETIRED -. William J. Murphy (left) Is presented a watch by Monday. more than two million federal three }phase plan, designed to

I J.H. Bedenbaugh, superintendent, power plant, upon his retire- MPB No. 133 68 General civilian employees and over three raise federal salaries to full
ment of more than 25 years of civil service employment. Engineer GS 11. Area of million members of the armed comparability with private enterprise -
I consideration: Nationwide. Applications forces. is scheduled for July

Service Exams Announced will be accepted Provisions of the Federal Sal- 1969.
through the close of business ary Act of 1967 directed the Comparisons of federal and
August 23. President to adjust civilian sal- private enterprise salary rates
Jax -- The Interagency Boardof Applications will be accepted
based annual
are on surveys con-
U. S. Civil Service Examinersfor until further notice and shouldbe MPB No. 134 68 Engineer, ary rates by amounts equal to ducted by the Bureau of Labor
Florida has issued examina-, sent to the Interagency Boardof GS 11 and 12. Area of con- one half of the amounts by Statistics. in the
tion announcements for main-' U S. Civil Service Examinersfor sideration: NARF, NAS, NAR- which such rates lag behind rates General Schedule effected by
tenance and service workers. Florida, 123 South Court TU, COMFAIRJAX, FAETU paid for the same levels of workin the recent ,executive order will .
Avenue, Orlando, Fla.,' 32801. LANT, ospitalNavyCom- private enterprise.The ".#j
from three cent to ,
Wage Board one through four, range per
I Further information Stores and Re-
regarding missary Navy '
$1.60 $2.51 hour. new pay schedules went about 8.8 per cent. ,,.. ,
through .
these be obtained Station Jacksonville. 1-
positions may cruting Applications i : ;:,i
Positions are located throughout from the employment division of will be accepted '
I Florida with the exception of the Industrial Relations Depart- through the close of business SCHEDULE'i ,:
10 counties in northwest Florida. ment, Building 907, Ext. 3448.HttSSlON Monday.All .
t 2 3 1 S 1 I to "
applicants must be careeror
career conditional el-
of the federal employees 1 3,1" 4,01' 4.149 4,219 4,* 4.S3I 4.661 4.1" 6 4UI S,051
government. a 4an 4,312 4S13 4,6.55 4.196 4U1 S,01l S.21' S.360 3,301
Applications for these positions 3 4,600 4.3 4tC1 S,06O S.2I4 S.367 S.S21 S.614 S28 S.1
4 S.I4S S.3I6 S,481 S.6sa .129 6.000 6.171 6,342 6.SU .684
should be filed with IRD Box
3 s.n2 S.U4 6.11' 6.307 6.491 6.6tO 6.1" 7.073 7.265 7,4"
22, NAS Jacksonville, Fla.,
32212. For further information 6 6.321 6.32 6.143 6,933 7,166 7.317 7.58a 7,799 aOIO .uf
1 1,981 1.214 7.447 7,680 7.13 1.146 1,37' .612 1,143 .071
regarding these positions, see I 7,6" 7.56 1.213 1.470 .127 1,911 '.241 .4.a ,75' 10,012
the copies of the bulletins 1.462 1.744 .026 ,305 .590 '.872 10.134 10.436 10.71a 11.000
or 10 .291 '.607 ',117 10.227 10,'" 10.147 1I.1S7 11.467 1I.7n 12,017II
announcements or call Ext.2320, :
rating and examining branch, 10.Z03 10.543 10.183 11.223 11.3 11.903 12.243 U,583 12.923 13.263
12 12.174 12,380 12.86 1S.392 U."I 14.204
14.610 1S.016 15.422 15.121
IRD, NAS, Jax. 13 14.409 1',189 13,36, 13,84' 16.329 16IOt 17.21' 17.769 11,24' 18.729
14 ",'.6 17.11 11,076 11.641 19.206 19,771 ZO.336 20.901 21.466 u.on
') SIBj'You IS 19.710 ZO.439 21,091 21.757 22.416 23.075 23,734 24,393 U.052 U.711

16 22.US 23.S" 24.357 u.lla U.87' 26.640 27.401 21.162. 28.'U.
1. 30,239 26.264. 27.139 21,014. 28.1119. 2'.764.

*Indicates rate calculated to reach half way to comparability. Ac#
tual Increases will be limited by provision of law, 'whlch hold
career salaries to an amount not above the rate for Ievel V of the
CAN FLYSTANDBY Executive Schedule, now $28.000. Rates marked with an asterisk
will therefore be set at $28,000.

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July 25, 1968 I

\ VolunteersHold CoffeeJAX I r NATTC By June Behiad Goff the se''sl I IAE1

j student vice on June 9, 1955, beginshis
Victor Symonds
-- A coffee for Navy Re six reenlistment with
lief volunteers was held in the Y at AEB( ) School, was the recip- 13 years of naval service behind -
quarters of Mrs. C. T. Faulders 1 rl' / ient of two Beneficial Sugges- him.
r Awards presented to him by
July 16.
A01 Lloyd L.Bowles will grad-
Farewells were said to Mrs. Cdr. WJ. Tutwiler, executive from AOB) School the
M. J Stack who :ihad served as : officer, NATTC, In a ceremcny end uate of this month. His reenlist-at
chairman of volunteer women : on July 19.Symonds'. for six additional
since June 1967. She was pre- J> first award was a ment starts him on his seventh years year
of his suggestion to remove -
sented with a record services result of service in the U.S. Navy.
and wishes of good luck on her the pod with entire search- . .
journey to Japan. light intact from P3 aircraft.
i A graduation ceremony was
krrs maximumof
Also farewells were said to This process takes a the held on July 18, for 37 membersof
Mrs. J. G. Seymour who has 20 minutes opposed to
took AEA) School Class 808.
worked as record and awards several hours it previously D.F.
Lt. Walsh phase officer
the -
chairman.A to disassemble and pad: component
officiated at the ceremony. He
for shipment to
thank you was said to Mrs. parts congratulated the graduates and
Garvin Wier who is retiring d p q' the Interjnediate them with
chairman of reception. STUDENT RECEIVES .AWARDS AEI Vlttor Symonds receiving Activity, where the activity hadto presented LCpl. Michael A. Cullinan was
chai'rmanwas two Beneficial Awards., from NATTC's Executive Officer reassemble the searchlight
Honorary layette be tested. In honorman with an average of 90.
introduced as Mrs. W. F. Baker, ,. Cdr.W.J. Tutwller. Symonds presented the winning sug before it could the time element involved 63. He received a certificate fromLt.
Mrs. R. J. Campbell was intro- gestions while stationed at Moffet Field Calif. addition the to of non- Walsh. The class averagewas
duced as chairman of layettes 80.69.
and Mrs. J. H. Foresman was uniform component removal was . .

introduced ,as to chairman be relieved of interviewers in- f NARTU News aid Views I IBy during precluded proposed disassembly and minor damage eliminated.He modification to parts-. William NATTC E.welcomed Mock, MC aboard, USNR Lt.,

the fall by Mrs. O. W. Chen- to the AV M-1A Searchlighttest who came from University Hospital -

ault.WV r set which would give capability Baltimore, Md.
Phillip L. Weintraub
AMANfCT1ON for Intermediate Activity He gradu3ted.fromEmoryUni-
"Get out of the rack!r" was In charge of the two week level maintenance vice Overhauland versity Atlanta, Ga., in June
(,/::'" ; .. Menard III, when he entered the Menard received a letter of searchlight to be eligible for the spent his summers workingin
., SeeBees' transportation building commendation from Capt. M. J. second award. the Communicable Disease
#155 in the early morning Stack, former commanding officer Symonds has been at NATTCfor Center at the University.Lt. .
hours of June 29. of NAS.NARTU's six weeks coming fromMoffett : -
4'INNmmtIumumuImdImIlumININmN Standing the roving fire watch . Field Calif., where he was Clifford J. Jeremiah, MC,
from the recruit trainingbuilding Quality Control Inspector in the USN, previous senior medical'officer
917, the recruit noticed sparks Training Officer, Aircraft Maintenance Depart- at NATTC was releasedto
..m underneath the SeeBees' build- Capt. Fred Thorn, was promotedto ment on electrical and navigational inactive duty on July 19. Lt. .
SPACIOUS PEACEFULMARSHALL, >> : ing. He promptly entered the his current rank July 1. components. He was at Jeremiah plans to go into private -
building and lead the three sleep- An A 4 pilot the captain Moffet Field when he made the practice in the local area.
ACRES has been attached to squadronsat award . .
ing men to safety. Once outside, winning suggestions.
9355 10 3rd St.,1actuonvtlle'e three other .
he fire naval air stations * *
grabbed a extinguisherand
newest & since enlisting in 1943. He was Lt. (jg) Miguel A. De Souzaof
most modem mobile home put out the flames before the An instructor at AE School
community Ie now open for with the famed "Red Rippers" the Uruguayan Navy completed
your Inspection. Large Fire Department Personnel arrived rand a student at AO School re-
44x75'lots.ONLY. on the scene. fighter squadron, as well as I:.enlisted for six year tours in the advance course at AE School
$35 PER MO. According ,to Department being assigned aboard the USS separate ceremonies on July 19. .,last week. He will undergo 12
t Swimming poOl, imuu court Lexington where he was weapons. R.P. weeks of training at NARF in
huffleboerd court, BBQpit officials damage was held to a officer. ,. Capt. Kline commarxHngofficer
picnic table will b.bu11t minimum due to Menard's quick officiated l at the reen- Engine Overhaul where he reported -
for your enjoyment. action. Captain Thorn will be leaving listment ceremonies. for temporary duty after
act today cell Jacksonville for
EL'VERANO MOTOR COURt "The NARTU Selected Air Reservist soon assignmentas AEC Kenneth A. Kellett has leaving NATTC.
I lb. 359.2124 sg.rfor can be credited with sav- South director Weymouth of readiness Mass. at NAS been an instructor at AE School ,After completion of the:coursein

I' ing the lives of three men, ,as Captain Thorn resides since October 20, 1967. Chief engine overhaul, ,he and his
I rail aeouiaNNNMINNININNINIINNNNNNNNNINIIIINNNINNNIN well as government property;* Orange Park with his wife Clair in Kellett who entered the .jser- family will return to Uruguay.
I / /
said LCdr. Wilhelm officer -
and, their nine year old daughter ,
.., .... ,'Susan. Chief Comes Ii n 'Handy'


Jt A NARTU selected air,re- During Re-Up Ceremony

.. servist completed the 16-week
ATN"A" School in six weeks.
AN Gerald Taylor graduatedas Jax -- When ADRC Joseph Guam Malta, Italy and Bermudain

'' .. honorman from the courseat L. Wright, raises his right hand, addition to many here in the
,< it's a cinch by now he knows whathe's
t Memphis June 13. states.
.. Taylor attributed his success doing. He has not been necessarily
,. to his background as an electronics -; The Patrol Squadron Forty partial to patrol squadrons how-
technician. The 25yearold Five Arcraft Division Chief, already ever, having also served with VR,
G Taylor found the course most a veteran of 28 years of VA and VS squadrons. He also

rewarding even with his six yearsof naval service took the oath for has considerable amount of
i experience in the field. the seventh time July 9, re- time to his credit his most sea
Taylor, who first enlisted in
enlisting another four
the Navy in March 1967, said he Born and raised in Virginia years.and been recent aboard shipboard the USS'Boxer tour having(LPH
is looking forward "C"*
to North Carolina, Chief Wright
school. prior to reporting to VP -
first raised his hand on Nov. ,.9 45 in February.
Following graduation from 1940 and after a brief stay at
.' "A" school Taylor reported boot camp reported to thethennew
back to NARTU Jax, where he is Aviation Machinist's Mate
presently working at ATT. He Is School here at NAS.
expecting to join the fleet in o ,
From there he moved on to ET1lD i
October.;: NAS Corpus Christi where he

< served till the U. S. entered Y oYy YO Y
US.Savings Bonds, World War II. At that time

., I new freedom Shares} he joined a newly commis-
sioned VP
squadron 94 In

I .. Since then Chief Wright has

-..... -- served with commands inBrazil,

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Thursday: 9:30 a.m. 4:30 :: '" .
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Monday' Friday: 10:00 a.m. "2:00 p.m. -<=j
Military Pay Days 9:00 a.m. .. 3:00 p.m.
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If :t, 'I .>' ""!," can be explored when on the legal problems.The .
I Ij; t' 10 to 15 people with the enthusiasm -
,j :. 'IIJ' : I to learn how to in- each member brings In a reporton majority of clubs have a
;1iJ I !II ; j I' a stock in that Industry. board of directors, ''headedby

'-' v Trimi '.--l nV.i.ii| ::5>..::f -,"-, ,,' vest.A club in Detroit began with Clubs are not difficult to get a president partner.
By started. A constitution of the Anyone Interested In forming
L. each $25
-T/ -!rnlnnr......' .{.s .LUv..... essence; :Philip of lIon..Weintraub was attributed.. to such. clubs._ as an partner initial investment.contributing An additional club's aims and goals should be an Investment club may call a
profiting. One of the most prof- Investment clubs are valuableto $10 a month fee was. established. Of course legal reputable broker or me for in-
itable ways to learn is through all types of investors. They agreed by the members. After problems arise because all clubs formation. My extension is 3353at
another person's experiences. give the new investor a chanceto the club began rolling and stock are governed by a state char NARTU.
When a group of people get together become familiar" the mar was purchased, the members increased -
and form a partnership ket, and they help the experienced their totalworthbymorethan 0' Club Sets Hail aid Fartwtil
for the purpose of investing they investor learn more about the 245 per cent in six months.
form what Is called aQ Invest- fundamentals of investing.A good Not all clubs make money, but A hail and farewell party will Also departing are Wave officers -
ment club. club takes a certain amount of most accomplish their primary be held at the Officers Club July M. A. Harlow and G.Ama-
Investment clubs have becomea work in order to become suc- purpose. Careful selection of securities 30 in honor of arriving and detrudi..
major reason for widespread cessful.An and a timely discussion parting NAS staff officers. Reporting for duty are Cdr.W.
interest in the Stock Market in average club has 14 mem- about their selection at each Leaving the command are Capt. L. Berkey and R. L. Williams;
the last 10 years. In 1958 a- bers. Many clubs have as few as meeting help each club in their R. D. Nauman, Cdr. S. D. Griffith Lt. Commanders H. A. Chio-
bout 12,000 investment clubs 10 or as many as 25. Clubs choices. Lt. Commanders J. P.Scott, man, R. L. Roberson, L. A.Ash-
were registered with the Securities should all begin with the Inten- Most brokers are anxious to R. S. Bach, and Lieutenants F. ton; Lieutenants C. R. Carlson,
and! Exchange Commis tion of letting all members par- visit clubs and a club should H.. Ritts, W. F. Habermann, L. J. E. McEvers, D. F. fclliott.
clubs sion. In 1967 more than 25,400 ticipate. in every function of the devote an entire meeting to a M. La Bella, B. C. Nelms, J. D. H. Scott and Lieutenants (jg)
were estimated club.It
speaking engagement by their G., Barreau and J. A. Brough. D. W. Hall and C. M Hancock
portfolio value of over $1.5-bil- is not very difficult to get broker.

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July 15.

I Wilson Named Cecil SOS VA-36 Wins

Supply Department's Aviation vision. .
storekeeper nrsti-iassi-arryA. in tOO award letter wilson was Bomb AwardCECIL
Wilson Is Cecil Field Sailor of cited for his neat, military appearance -
the Month for June. and called, an .
The top white hat receivedhis outstanding example for all -- The "Roadrunners"of
award letter from CaptainU. sailors to follow Attack Squadron Thirty Six
L.Fretwell,station commanding In summing up Wilson's per- have been awarded the Air Wing
officer, during ceremonies at formance and abilities Commander .q { b Ten bombing trophy'while attached -
the monthly inspection last.. Fri C. W. Ireland, Supply to the attack carrier USS
Officer, wrote, "Wilson is 3. Intrepid.The .
day.Wilson earned the award while a petty officer of outstanding award was made recently
serving as the Supervisor of the ability, wide' experience, broad while the ship was steaming in the
Second Shift, Supply Depart- views, patience and fine character. South Atlantic. The "Roadrun-
ment. He has performed in an He is keenly interested in SAILOR OF THE MONTH-AKI I Larry A. Wilson of the Cecil ners" took the trophy from Attack -
outstanding manner the job which his profession, absolutelydependable Supply Department is congratulated by station commanding Squadron 106, which had
involves all facets of supply and inspires confidencein officer Captain U.L. Fretwell on being selected Sailor of the held it since its inception in January -
within the Aviation Support Di- his petty officers. Month for June. 1968. Both squadrons are
tomeported here, and are ele-
9 I ments of Air Wing Tenembarked
5-! :an the "Fighting I".
Attack Squadron 36 won the
trophy as ,a result of their
exceptional bombing grade of 92.4
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Inspection of the Intrepid and
Carrier Air Wing Ten off the
Virgin,Islands last month.
Captain William J. McVey,
r' STARTED THEM! commanding officer of the Intre-
pid, presented the trophyto
Cdr. Edwin H. "Hawley"
Brooks, skipper of VA 36.
Present for the ceremony was
(* Cdr. John A. Chalbeck, Com-
mander, Air Wing Ten.
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Douglas Aircraft Corp, and pre- ,
sented to the Commander I

VA-87! Personnel
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Receive AwardsOn

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ters, Senior Vice Commander
Carney of the Veterans of Foreign
. I Wars presented three Attack
1syyi Squadron 87 enlisted men with
Public Service Citation. ,,)
The citations were presentedin I
recognition of the men's don-
brad fe ations of blood '. ,
Clay County'sOnly +kr (J'ip1UMNJ t/N.iy; +*+ *rb during a recent
,( ? a", "wow aA Ka blood shortage!emergency in the
r Jacksonville area. I
Completely Receiving the citations were: '"
ATN3' H. T. Morris. AMHANL.
PLANNED W. Opfer, and AEAN G. C.




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will be shown nightlyat : } ',:.:' : : '" 5'
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p.m. There will also be a Kid- -
die Matinee at 2 p.m., Sat., anda "0" CLUB -- Enjoy the beef-
Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing' Company, 1950 Blending Blvd. Jacksonville
regular feature at 2 p. n. Sun. eater's buffet today from 6 to Florida, 32210, to arrive' not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
and holidays. The Hospital Theater 9 p.m. Charlie Jay will provide Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
will have one nightly featureat music tomorrow night and Sam publisher 'is 'instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
7 p.m. Cecil Field will have Ross will be on hand Saturday be received WITH the copy for the ad.

two nightly showsduringtheweekat night. A champagne Special will
5:30 and 8 p.m. Matinees will be featured during Happy Hour D, Net Surf Cash

be shown on weekends at 2 and both tomorrow and Saturday from

GA 5 p.m.- General Ratings Audience: A ,-S Adults- Sup-, eign 3:30: to dish 6 feature p.m. Tuesday will be the Italian for- Raft: "'Mliinvn charge ((3 limes) . a . .$2.00 I

Very erior,Good E -G Excellent- Good, F-- VG Fair-, food.CPO CLUB -- Pizzas go for Per 1 ltl'I.IIII' ((4 words per 11.1)). e e e e e e 0.50

CNA Class Not Available. 75 tonight. Mark Castle will

THURSDAY, July 25 entertain tomorrow evening. Try
the seafood special for $1.25.

Jerry Lewis and Connie the spotlight Saturday evening. TROPICAL SETTING CONSOLE MODEL with radio Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean
Stevens. A/VG ((109 min.) Try the Sirloin Steak Dinner EXECUTIVE AREA take up payments on beautiful modern trailers & Apts. 389-
HOSPITAL: "HAWAII" star for $1.65 Saturday evening and HOLLY POINT stereo like new. 4 speed record 3007.
ring Julie Andrews and Richard the Prime Rib Roast for $1.95on 4 BR, 2 Baths, Corner F'place, changer. Balance due $68 '
Harris. AlE ((189 min.) Sunday. between LR & DR, Lge. Mod. or $8 per month. Phone 353-1946 DELRAY MANOR 110th:&
C. FIELD: "WICKED DREAMS BLUEJACKETS INN -- Three Kit., Wooded Lot. Will refinance anytime. Askfor Credit Manager.Will Karen St.. New all brick homes,
OF PAULA SCHULTZ" starring go-go girls will be performing FHA or VA $28,500.VIRGINIA deliver, no obligation. A-l AC Low 20's. Building' Lots
Elke Somr er. A/VG ((121 min.) from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Monday E. BELL Music Center, 1606 Main St. Available. Floyd White, Bldr.
through Friday and every night. REAL ESTATE Jacksonville.FOR. 7715643.
FRIDAY July 26 The Nu Sounds will entertain 264 2488 Broker
NAS: "BORN LOSERS" star- tonight. Tomorrow night will feature ((24 Hr: 356 2462)) RENT OR FOR SALE ZIG ZAG FOR $43

ring Tom Laughin and Elizabeth the Runaways, who will also Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & SEWING Machine Original Guarantee -
James. A/F -' G ((135 min.) perform Saturday afternoon and DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.Call Zig Zags makes button-
HOSPITAL: "WAY, WAY evening. Sunday theStandard JOCKEY?? For Information call: Powell or MiU, USN holes, Sews on buttons, decora-
OUT" starring Jerry Lewis and ductions will have the stage for 356 8351, Day or Night.REPOSSESSED Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park tive designs, monograms, etc.
Connie Stevens. the afternoon and will turn the Realty. Just pay balance $43 at $8 per

C. FIELD: "HAWAII" starring spotlight over to the UFOs in STERO month. Call Credit Manager.
Julie Andrews and Richard the evening. Monday will featurethe Mutiple Speakers, 2mo. UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT Phone 353 1946 anytime. Will
Harris. Clubs. Tuesday the Nu Sounds new, 4-speed record player, bal. 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath deliver, no obligation.. 1606 Main
v will play and Wednesday the $49 or $7 "mo. 5320 WesconnettBlvd. Bungalow w/stove&refrig.Furn. .St.
SATURDAY. July 27 UFOs return. Check the daily 772 0722 Dealer. Dining Rm., Garage &. Space
NAS: "HOUR OF THE GUN" menu special. Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545, Call, Multiple Speakers Repossessed'

starring James Garner and Jason ACEY DEUCEY'CLUB -- Tomorrow $50, $100 DOWN HOMES, 2, 3, 4 after July 8. CONSOLE STEREO
Robards. GA/VG (108 min) night is come as you Br., 1 1/2 baths, total pay- LAKE 1968 Console Stereo, AM-FM '
HOSPITAL: "BORN LOSERS" are night and features Mel Gaden ments from $75 to $105. Mo. LOTS radio, 4-speed record player in
starring Tom Laughlin and E and the Lazy Rhythm Girls for Furn. & Unfurn. Rentals. No Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. good cond Balance only $96 or

lizabeth James. entertainment. Saturday hear the qualifying, equities. For'all your Terms. Call Owner 3877379. $8 month. '

C. FIELD:"WAY, WAY OUT' Five Clubs and Sunday immediately Real Estate Needs call Godwin PHONE 384-1366
starring Jerry Lewis and Connie following game night Broker, 384 -, 4758, 24 Hrs. WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near HOME TV and MUSIC
Stevens. John Lunsford and the 8 Balls WAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900 4747 San Juan Ave.
blk Rd. Furn and
of Jammes
SATURDAY MATINEE: (NAS) will be on hand for listeningand HELP WANTED "
Unfurn. All 2BR.
Apts. new paint,
dancing pleasure.Game night *
"CAVERN SUSPENSE DRAMA"starring Advertising Saleslady and "GalFriday" LR, Kit Furn, Nook, P&k2
Brian Aherne and John begins at 6 p.m. Plan to stay Will consider full timeor water & &garbageincl. '66 HONDA M/C 450 SS,

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Navy Relief Works Year 'Round


To Give Necessary Assistance

(Editor's Note: The Annual the help you gave us. If it had- leaps among children is deaf-
Navy Relief fund raising drive n't been for you we would of hadto ness. Some psychiatrists hold
I I has been completed. However, go deeper into debt whichwe that deafness is an affliction more
the work of the society continues could ill afford. We lost difficult to be borne than blind-

12 months a year. In order to practically everything in a fire. ness.If_ __ _. oupause for a momentto
better acquaint our readers with here on the base. In just consider how much a child
? the Navy Relief Society, Jax minutes everyhing we brought needs to learn until the time it
Air News will feature an article with us was gone. Of course at reaches its position in adult society -
I each month describing the work first I was just grateful that the and realize how much of
\ accomplished by Navy Relief. children and I were alive and this knowledge is based on audio-
1 Actual cases and events will none of us were hurt. But after reception, you can visualize the
be used in this series.) several hours and having to problems that face the parents
Upon the sudden deploymentof go thru our belongings and see oi a young child who has been
I the 4th Marine Regiment, the what could be saved, etc., it was deaf since birth. We are getting
Navy Relief staff and volunteersset so disheartening. I'd bought so more and more requests for assistance -
I up office in a station wagonat many new things for our stay for hearing. One of
f the deployment center to take here. So many little things to these, which came in last sum-
.. make the Quonset more homey. mer, was for a two-year-old girl
_,I P"' .. IIt.'E'1\ ,p'f. : .--- care of the many last minute
domestic cruises. Many of the Well anyway, your grant helpedus who needed special lessons, a
PIPED OVER BMI I Donald B. Miller transferred to the Fleet dependents needed money for enormously. It was given so hearing aid, and professional

I Reserve July 15 after 24 years of naval service. Cdr. RobertJ. transportation and livingexpenses gracefully and honestly. I can't sistance. Fortunately, we were
Campbell conducted the ceremonies for the former VP-30 in moving back home. In this think of the lady's name who did able to help and the Center for

crewman. instance, in four days, total assistance all the paperwork but they didn't Hearing and Speech in her home
was rendered in 176 make us feel like relief victims town was well staffed and

and Entrance Officer cases amounting to $18,172.20; (even though we were) they did capable.The .
Examining over half of the aid being gra- everything to make it easier society has paid for her
II tuities. and us confortable.. I'm not lessons, which will be required
good with words, but what I'm throughout her school life and
i Receives Commendation MedalCdr. Instant Aid
trying to. say Is they left us our will buy her a hearing aid, when
Three months later, the 3rd pride. she has advanced to the point
Robert W. Watkins received The commander's citation readIn Marine Regiment was deployed "Thank you for everything and where it will help her. Here isa
the Department of Defense part: ". he established under similar conditions. Again, some day if it's a little bit at a report from the American Red
Joint Service CommendationMedal outstanding rapport with repre- the volunteers and staff res- time you will get this money Cross Chapter, which has done ama
last week for service as sentatives of the recruiting ser- ponded in a demonstrationof devotion back and then some." if1cant job in liaison for the
commanding officer of the Armed vices, Selective Services offi- and dedication; with anon- -for the society:
Forces Examining and Entrance cials and heads of various civilian the spot Illustration of one of Through TrainingThe "Yesterday we called to inquire -
Station here. agencies, thereby gaining the capabilities of the Navy Relief volunteer who worked on how the child has responded -
Now retired, Commander Wat- their enthusiastic cooperationand Society. These men, who this case was a service wife, to this training and found that
i kins commanded the station from support." had been taking care of their trained in the Navy Relief Society the outlook has improved re-
The presentation was madein Training Course and blessed In about weeks
j March 1966 until his retirement family responsibilities, many markably. two
last month. The medal was the ballroom of the Roose- by "moonlighting" in their off with the service wife's courage the testing for the best type of
f I presented by Maj. Gen. Lloyd velt Hotel In Jax ;and was one of duty hours, were suddenly faced and understanding. Her work, hearing aid will begin. Mean-
I B. Ramsey, chief of staff of the the highlights of a swearing in with emergency situations which with other Navy wives in alle- while, Carol has become very
Third U. S. Army headquartered ceremony of 29 young ladies into were beyond their abilities to viating the many problems faced fond of the ear phones at the
in Atlanta. the Women's Army Corps. handle. The society was able to by service families, goes on day center and can hardly wait to
step in, alleivate hardship ona after day and elicits letters sim- have them plugged in. From her
All Servicemen ore WELCOME to the material basis, and help ilar to that one, over and over response they believe that she
ease the heartache that always again.All. may have a little less hearing
Lutheran Service Center accompanies farewells when of these problems do not, loss than they believed. With
of course, stem only from sudden
men are called away to fight. such a small child it was hardto

',/r atonic ./Two/ from (oiie} II But life at home must go on, orders tions. The or society unexpected is taking separa-an judge.At '
after the bands have played first Carol kept up a meaningless
interest and is

:::::::E:::::::::::::::;:;:::#; 19 W. FORSYTH STREET;::::::::::::::::""""" and the lines have been hauled in tending increasing its help to families with ex jabbering when she was
by the troops ships. The supposed to be listening, but now
POOL TABLES Shuffleboard children. far
handicapped Help
Ping Pong women and the children; wives, she has started to .settle down.
Monday thru ThursdayRadio sons and daughters remain, and beyond the resources of a Navyor From all indications, she will
f. v. :.x: Marine Corps family,is need
the problems of daily living are be a good lip reader. She already
::|i:;: 6:00: KM. to 11:00 P.M. ed to smooth the paths for many
ever with them. Many husbands reads four or five words
Record Player i:$::: FridayGounrelling unfortunate children as they grow
left without registering allot- and she is earnestly trying to,
:::::::: 6:00: P.M. to 12 Midnight into adulthood. The United Statesis
I ment, but even a new allotment talk (for the first time). Onceas
Pastor available when you ::: Saturday takes at least a month to start. making tremendous stridesin a punishment for not being

want and need one :;:s 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Rent, food, clothing transpor- meeting has challenges the which mental nature quiet, she was put in a corner,
Recreation :s: Sunday tation, utilities and schooling ; with her earphones unplugged.This .
quirks, the speech difficulties,
Fellowship :::$ .2<00 P.M. to lliOO PMMED the bare essentials every family was extremely effective.She .
the loss of hearing, the impair-
must have. Some families are kept pointing to her earphonesand
ment of legs, arms and vision.
r better able to manage their affairs When such apparent'disaster to the place where they
than other. Somearebesetby should be plugged in. Her mother
strikes a small family unit, already -
catastrophes, such as this said that they now believe Carol
disturbed by frequent deployments -
family, whose mother wrote can communicate effectively as
f and absence of hus-
the letter she They know that
following : grows up.
band and father, the Navy Relief
Quiet Help! Society has been able to give aid she will be very grateful for
her hearing aid and delighted -
of incalculable value in helping are
"To all the People of the Navy with these seemingly over- by the assurance that she is
j CASH? Relief: whelming problems. intelligent enough to take advantage -
"I can't express the gratitudeand of special training. She
., the deep appreciation of all Among the more common hand- is quite attached to her thera-
Equal Opportunil ties: Group Meets Locally, the Jacksonville Au-
xiliary in June provided grat-

''I i The Equal Opportunities Grie- complaints pertaining to the uities totalling $2,422; 54 loans
vance Committee met Mondayto above, may contact his com- totalling $3,303 and 82 other
discuss equal housing and the mand representative.The cases involving financial coun-

use of public premises, forbusiness next meeting of the com- selling and service. In addition,
I social and recreational mittee will be held on August 5 the Navy Relief nurse Instructedat
purposes. at 10:30 a.m. in the commanding the Naval Hospital 89 mothersin

Get amount large small officer's conference room, Bldg, the care of new babies and
any or Any military personnel having 1. made over 60 home visits to the

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Pensacola Tal!kes 6ND Tennis Title I

CECIL -- Marine Second Lieu-
tenant Jim McCabe from NABTC
Pensacola won the Sixth Naval
District Tennis Championship in
the Open Singles event in a tour- II
nament that. was hosted by this -
command last week. McCabewon
the tournament by defeating I 1 Ad
his teammate, Ens. Steve Pea-
cock, in the final round, 7-5, A
2-6, 6-4and6-3.
In the Men's Doubles, McCabe
and Peacock teamed up to beat
d 2nd Lt. Roy Kiessling and Lt
(Jg) Jim Marsh, also from NA-
BTC Pensacola. They won sets r,
of 6 1, 6 2, and 6 2. :
Lcdr. G. G. Beeler of the Na-
-- -' --* Bjar ii i MU.HU
jxaaxBKgMivmV.ri'KmSOFTBALL val Supply Corps School in Ath-
KINGS....Members of the VA-37 Softball champ- ens, Ga., defeated Chief O. Vo- '
I ionship team following their victory in the final tournament gel of Jax Navy by sets of ,.
game against AMDAdmin.VA37Soffball. 6 2 and 7 5 for the Senior ."h' -- '/f"t "=.dl'.a"-" -"rnb:
Singles Championship.
I Chamos In the Senior Doubles event, SOLANT BOUND..Members of the Sixth Naval District ten
Chief Vogel and Chief Roy Wal- nis team that are playing the South Atlantic Regionals this
-------r lenthin of Jax Navy bested Oliver week in Bainbridge,Md.
CECIL -- The "Bulls" of Attack sharply through the hole into and Langfur from NAS Memphis -
Squadron Thirty Seven and right field. The only other base, by identical sets of 6 2 Mayport, 6-0 and 6 -. 1,' and Cabe," Peacock,
AMD/Admin paired off last | for the title. dropped Wright of Charleston Klessling.
runner they could muster was in i Marsh, Beeler, Vogel
Thursday night to determine the the sixth, when Carmichael i Ltjg( ) Carolyn McKeever of 4 6, 6 3, and 6 2. McKeever.
Champions of the Intra Mural walked. Jax Navy won the women's divi- NABTC
Pensacola '"
Softball League for this station. The defensive play of the game sion by default. team championship won the '
The "Bulls", behind the one came in the sixth inning when McCabe, who played his school NAS Cecil Field by 22 points, apf'Rt4W/YY
hit pitching of Marion Coffey, Joey Franklin hit a triple over tennis at Bolles Academy here tied for second andTJax Navy s fOR
place six
came out on top in a close con- the AMD/Admin rightfielder'shead in Jacksonville, won three pre-' points each.Representing. rION l
test by a score of 3 0. but quick action cut the run vious matches prior to going
VA 37 wasted no time getting ner down at the place trying to into the finals against his team- the Sixth Naval >?, .:
into the scoring column as they stretch the hit into an inside mate. On opening day he wonby Atlantic District this week in the South l'yJk/t ; ,,
pushed across one run in the the nark home run. default, then defeated Smith from Regionals being played
at NTC Bainbridge Md., is McL
bottom half of the first inning. .
After the first two men were
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VAP-62- VP-45 Tangle for Shot Eight Locals

II Selected for

At Fleet Softball Tournament

Golf TourneyJax

Jax--Patrol Squadron 45 Red on maneuvers and if they return feat Saturday. In the other opening -
Darters and VAP-62's Tigers by the 2nd, the ComFair aay contest, VP-30 lost a -- After a 36 hole quali-
were tangling on Mackroth Field winner will meet the ship's squad 10-8 game to the Hurricane Hunt- fication bout, eight golfers have
last night as Jax Air News went for a single contest and the ers of VW4.Saturday's. t been selected to represent Jax
to press for the right to wear chance to represent the Jacksonville second round saw Navy in the Sixth Naval District
ComFairJax colors in theCinc- area at Norfolk. Should the VP-30 out hit VP-5 by 9-3; golf tournaments to be held here I
LantFleet softball tourney which ship not return it would be the VA-37 beat VW-4 by a 5-2 mar- Lk August 5-9.
gets underway August 5 in Norfolk ComFair championship squad gin, and the VP-45 vs. VAP-62 : In the open division.Walt Brit
Va. which would go to Norfolk. ended the day's action.In tIe took first place with a 72 -
If VP-45 clipped the Tigers VAP-62 got into the finals the third day, Sunday, two 74 146. Taking second placein
last night behind the pitching of after dropping a 4-1 game to contests were played with VAP- the qualifying rounds in the
Don Stewart, the patrolmen are VP-45 Saturday. The patrol 62 clipping VW-4 by 4-2 and VP- open division was Bill Maranvillewith
the champions this morning. The squadron drew a bye on the 45 handing VA-37 its first loss, an 80 79 159. Third
patrol squadron went into last opening day Friday, then ran up place went to Hank Hanno with
night's contest unbeaten in the wins over VAP-62, and VA-37, 52.Game number eight in the an- 80 82 162 and fourth wentto
double elimination affair. The '32.. nual tourney was played Monday Dave Traut with 80 83163..
playoff game (if necessary) will The Vappers pounded out a with VAP-62 climbing up the Bob O'Neill took the alternate
be played at 7:30 this eveningat 4-1 win over VP-5 on the open- loser's bracket with a 5-2 win position with an 84 81 165.
Mackroth. ing day before their first de- over VP30.maintenance. Taking first place in the senior
Once beaten VAP-62 made last division was Jim Kinder witha
night's finals by clipping CecilField's Magazine Seeks NewsThe 74 74 148. Second place
entry in,the tourney,VA- went to Walt Kelczewski with an
37 3-2 behind the five hit 80 71 151; third went to
pitch- editor of the Naval Air and use of development -
ing of Don Jackson, Tuesday Systems News is seeking articles and operational .aviation Vince Quillen with an 84 70-
took fourth.
night. Hurling for 'the Cecil for the December 1968 issue of systems, methods by which solu- Jula
\ squadron was Marion Cof fey,who the quarterly publication. tions to aviation problems have AMERICAN BEAUTY- Kathy The COMFAIRJAX area golf
led his team to third position Articles for the upcoming issue been reached, casualities where Landry teat Miss Nevada in the tournament will be held Satur-
\ before being eliminated by the Jax either personnel or. equipment, Miss American Beauty Contest day and August 3.
should be submitted no later than in The .
; Long Beach Calif. ttatuetque
photo squadron. August 15. The early deadline is or both, have been involved and redhead it a dancer in pq+ ppp gp ggL
\i 'inere is a chance that the recommendations to prevent recurrence -
allow for Lot Vegas.619th
to adequate
r winner of last night's game may necessary descriptions of facili-
review, editing,printing and dis- JIMMIE'S.In.IAIIII..lIIIuUIIIIII.'nllllllu..1II111
have to play one more contest ties for research, develop-
before traveling to Norfolk. That ment and tests of the naval air Sergeant '
contest would be with the champ- Officials of the Naval Air Sys- systems command field acti-
ionship team from Maypon Naval tems News are looking for vities, information on training Awarded Medal
I Station. The Mayport champs, articles describing new developments course for aeronautical systems, i'EL
i USS Perry, are currently at sea more efficient methods of
J appropriate photographs and ill- Jax -- SMSgt. Daniel H. Har-
t ustrations and short items "on kins Jr., NCOICCommunicationsand
the lighter side" relating to the Electronics Section of the
GUAR,ANTEED command's business, or filler i- 679th. Radar Squadron, receivedthe MEJICD"ir

tems presenting i interestingfacts Air Force Commendation
HEADALIGt,LIGHT concerning aeronautical in- Medal recently.The .
formation. award states that duringthe II I
General requirements for sub- period March 11, 1966 to iic N
30 1968 Harkins
mission of materials can be April :"attained
IMENT conspicuous achievement In
found in NAVAIRNOTE 5602 of
June 24. munications preparedness, radar activities., and"disaster & AmericanRESTAURANT

Sam Type Eqyp", } Articles should be. forwardedby According to ,Lt. Colt FrancisB.
m.nt as us.d in, letter to the'Commander, Na- Murphy, commander of the M
Stat.'nsp.ctionslSINGLE' val Air Systems Command, 679th, Harkins' singularly out- Corner of Kingsley Ave.

(AIR 06C), Washington, D. C. standing contribution to the 6 Highway 17
20360. squadron has been his skillful ORANGE PARK, FLA.
organization and adept leadership
which has paid off in excellencein The Best Mexican Food l'r
SUPPORT evaluations of Ground Environ- this side of the border and .::1
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THE FLIERSJax Systems. other side.

Navy Fliers vs. Chief ,Attends School Prepared by :\

$ 399 Delta Drugs Before Reporting HereJax TOM Served RUIZ Ii

Friday 7:30 p.m. .- SKCS Henry R. Smith Monday thru Saturday ::1
DoubleheaderMackloth has been assigned to the com- II A.M. TIL 10 P.M. i
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By J. Sharpe
Jax -- The Navy Jax junior Hughes and his wife Charlotte If you've been snooping aroundat
sailors demonstrated their skill broke a bottle of champagne over Graham's Boatyard recently,
in boat handling last week at the bow of their new Morgan you may have seen Tony Mer-
the Junior Sailing Regatta. The 24' at Graham's Boatyard last rill's new pride and joy,the Kes-
races were held on the St. John week. Soon after the launch- trel. She is a .Morgan 30' and
River in front of the clubhouse ing, they set sail for a vaca- will be launched this week in'
On hand to make the presentation tion in the Bahamas.After having time to race Sunday at FYC. o -
of trophies was Capt. Henry just returned from a 12-day Our next meeting will be held
Otis Cutler. sail of the islands myself, I'm August 7 at 7:30 p.m. Anyone
First place honors went tRick sure they'll enjoy every minuteof interested in sailing come on
Falkenstein sailing the Ban it. Look for shallow wateras over. Lessons are given at no
tam class. Mark Wuebler took a ( a Bahamian told us, "We extra cost every Saturday morn- /
first in the Gannet class arxt have lots of water over here ing. Come on out and enjoy sail-

Mark Beach won in the Prar it's just spread thin!I")
class. Congratulations and we'll]
be looking for you at the hea Intramural 28$ V-0.too Iran*.. factory W. $2995
of .the fleet in future races Power steering. >R8tH. W W tire*. Jet

Paul, Logan presented the Re Black BxtOior tJlue vinyt trim ,
Cross certificates to the boy Play Off SeJax tt MondayAppointments
and girls having completed the<

six To weeks Mark course Johnson satisfactorily, the head -- An 18 game double record 17 down- 1. The Marine patrol Barracks squadron '66 FORD Galaxie-A
elimination intramural softball put
'. this and his assistants .H
>.instructor-- a job year well done. In play off will get underway here 13 3, then blanked MARTD 0. ((500)) 2 DR. HTOPV8
9-0 and the Gems 10 $18"
Monday as the regular season
include another enthu Power steering,
order to The National League's second Auto tr MI.,
ends this week.
siastic group wanting to tear play The 679th Radar Squadron took place team FICEUR picked up R&H, W/W tires,Matador Red Exterior $1695
how to sail, a second class will wa over first place in the American two wins last week and droppedone Bolero Red Vinyl Interior.
..started last week run League last week by knock- to VW 4, 5 4. The
weeks. Giving out the
for three
off Fleet Air Wing 11,19 8 FICEUR squad downed
this session is Bill Leibe ing
orders Saturday, the Florida Yacht and shutting out VP 5,17-had min.3-2'. 6 1 and edged NARTU 05 f OMET
0. The Weapons Department
their semi annual
Club Tri -held Club Series awards ban occupied the first spot Admin Coming and right VW down- 4 to battled the wire it, 404 STATION WAGtfO .
since the season $1595
Trophies were awarded for .
I quet. also out for the fourth place position.In
However, Weapons wrapped
the Spring Series to Bill Bar wins last week games last week, the Admin 189* Va too tram .Power steer*
two more
kins, first place sailing the after up losing to Hospital 13 -1. team edged VW 4, 3 2 and in*,-'JRff.: W W tires
Whitehat Bill Kelly, secon
12 -
shut smashed Air Operations
The Weapons squad
in Kelly Girl and Dave
place 10-0 and blanked Fleet 4 Monday night.In #1905
Sharpe took third place in the Air Wing 11, 7 0. other games in the National I 64 IMPERIAL
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action in the American League, the Gems stopped
film, "The America's Cup; Other saw NARF stop Medical 16 6; NARTU wallopedAir CROWN H-TOP COUPE was
Race sentation," was of seen awards.after The the pre film, 29 19 Hospital down Medi- Operations 22-6 downed; Air- V-8, Auto trans, Factory air, Power $1995

the series of races between cal 9 4.; Fleet Air Wing 11 craft Maintenance steering, Power Brakes, Power Win-
showed MARTD clipped
Dame Pattie of Australia whip Supply 15-8; VAP 62 Marine MARTD 11-8 Barracks; 15-9 and dows, Power teat, R&H, W/W tires $1795
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VP 30. ;
fron trounce
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:,' the U.S. An excellent film which blank VP 5,
. 16 13.
Medical 11 1.
" defeat
VP .
available at
hope to base -
we The intramural champion
of, ,meetings in the near Over in the National LeagueVP USED
t:\ one. our 45 has wrapped up the first will -be decided next week NEW
future. three with the offs scheduled to
by taking play
A schedule of the racing activities place position
last week making their get underway Monday night.
". for the 1968-69 seaso wins CARS CARS
is posted at the clubhouse. On Set August 1
Bantam is available for racin Dental Sign Up I

at this time. Anyone who is inter Jax -- Scheduling of appoint- may be made by
ested please contact Dave Sharp for the station's Preven- the sponsor or spouse at the NAS
or any club member. The next tive Denistry Program for eligi- Dental Department appointmentdesk '65 OLDS Cutlass 'lloo2
will be held Sunday at the
race ble children whose sponsor'sbirth during normal working
Florida Yacht Club. Let's have month is August, will begin hours. At that time they will HOLIDAY COUPE was
Bantam fleet out for this
all our
August 1.Children. be givenadefiniteappointmentas $1515.
of active duty and retired V-8, Auto trans, Power steering,
one.More and more of our member military personnel who are well as: furnished necessary Power Brakes, R&K, W/W tires.
materials and instructions; no $1495
to privat
are swinging over bonafide dependents and betweenthe
boat owner's column. Denn ages of six and 23 will be telephone appointments will be

eligible for treatment. made. '66 VALIANT

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