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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
i military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

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r t. Youth Joins Touring CastValarie

Bickel an 18 year-, groups from all over the country Valarie qualified for the national -
old Jacksonville girl, has been and several foreign countires are group after spending sev-
.: selected to sing.with the national meeting for a summer encamp- eral weeks at Ft. Slocum earlier
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' m"J 11 .- this summer. She returned to
Jacksonville two weeks ago
to prepare for her year long
travels after being selected for
the national cast.Enthusiastic .

about the ideals .

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OF COMMAHD-LCdr. D.P. Leap relieved LCdr. A.'

(L) as Officer-In-Charge, FAETULANT at cere-
held Tuesday, Commander Hyman will be reporting to

1r er."I Naval Station Keflavik, Iceland.

I' 1 and Country Award

to Scout
SING OUT MEMBER-18-year-old Valarie Bickel tunes up her Young

guitar in getting prepared for her part in the national and
international touring cast of Up with People. of the highest honors that Award," was presented
Scout can receive, the L. Clark Jr., by his tOVlctor'1

. and international touring cast of ment at Ft. Slocum, located on "God and Country ter, Joe B. Hurwitz,
Up with People. Governor's Island off New Ro-. monies at the All Saints Chapel

.. The daughter LCdr.and Mrs., chelle. here Sunday. .
"'""" ,.., -Robert- A letter of commendation'byvCapt.
Bickel-2120Figaro-Lane", 'Taking' 'break from- -last ,''* .
'f('.. ..... 'Valarie left Saturday with two minute sewing chores before q f'<: : R.M. Harrison, senior WAS
busses of Jacksonville youths for packing for the trip, Valarie Chaplain and Lt. T.F. Johnson,
. Ft. Slocum,,N. Y. said, "It's wonderful to be sel- NATTC Chaplain stated of dark:
1 From Ft.. 'Slocum, Valarie ected for the traveling cast." "You have worked diligentlythis
: will join the national touring The former Forrest High student past year to demonstrateyour
l' group which will leave next will finish high school while faith in God and your loy-
,: week for a performance In Quebec traveling with the Sing Out cast. .s h alty to His church. Among your
Canada. The rest of the Teachers accompany the groups many accomplishments you have
: Jacksonville Sing Out contingent and conduct regular classes for studied the Christian: faith in
will return here before those who haven't finished high Church School and with your parents -
school begins this fall. Sing Out school.Navy's fY S ; served faithfully as an
acolyte and as Chaplain of the
: Junior High Youth Fellowship;
Civil w 1
Engineers assisted in several mission pro-
j f + jects; mapped the locations of
: ; ; : Navy Chapels around the globe
i Head
, Base Construction and memorized various creeds

: i t74 and Scripture selections."
, Construction projects engineers and Inspectors assist- f The 12 year old youtl
,' aboard base which range froma ing us who work In the construc- a has "been a Boy Scout for tw
$4 million patrol complex to tion areas and make daily reports years and Chaplain Johnson convr
a few hundred dollar stain glass to us." mented "Victor has achievedin
. window installation in a base Most major construction pro- : ,t one year what usually take:
Chapel require the planning and jects and some small jobs involve a Scout two years to accom.
. coordination of the Navy's Civil disruption of utilities in plish."
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L Engineer Corps.A areas elsewhere on the base. "" -- He is the son of Lt..and Mrs
Navy team of civil engin- "This often brings about prob- Victor L. Clark Sr., of 521 Sa
eers here including Capt. L.W. lems of discontent to the people PRESENTATION-Chaplain R.M. Harrison presents 'God and Robar Drive, Orange Park.
Graves, resident officer in living or working in these areas Country' award certificate to Victor Clark as Lt. and Mrs.
: 1 ; charge of construction, (ROICC and we (civil engineers) must Victor L. Clark Sr., and daughter Coral look on. Also presentfor Canp Iluidlep' Close;
\ and his assistants Lt. Dan Yo- try to reroute utility lines or ceremonies was Chaplain T.F. Johnson.
' der. Lt. (j.g.) Mark Ramaeker have the utilities restored in
i and Lt. (j.g.) Tom McClure have the shortest time possible,*' Camp Blanding will be temporarily
. the task of ensuring that the Lieutenant McClure explained. President Civilian closed from 5 p.m. Sept]
r construction projects are com1 Keeping all construction pro- Signs ember 6 through 7 a.m.September
1 pleted on time and that they jects running smoothly -- coordination 23.

| meet Navy specifications. between the civilian Payroll Deductions BillThe The activities that will not
contractors and the Navy -- Is I operating for this period will be]
| "The first thing we must do
a .complex task in Itself. "Oneof bivouac and traininl
9 in connection with a new project the most difficult problemswe new Federal Employees cable to"any department,agency areas; ranges; Officers Clubs|
t is to advertise to civilian con- Deduction Bill which .
face, Lieutenant Yoder remarked Payroll independent establishmentboard Enlisted Mens Club and Gue<
t specifications l "Is keeping both the provides for civilian payroll deductions office, commission or other establishments House; and recreational area:]
r Navy and the civilian contractors to credit unions, banks in the executive legislative including camping area and pic]
tenant Yoder explained. 'Next, happy and we can only do this and savings and loan associations -' or judicial branch of nic grounds.
T* s we set up a bid opening date by keeping abreast of what each was signed by Presi- the Government ,any wholly own-
with the various contractors and wants and striving to see, that dent Johnson June 29. ed or controlled Government
the lowest bidder receives the these balanced. WHAT'S INSIDE
wants are The new law authorizes dis-
corporation and the municipal
.f building contract. "Both Navy personnel and civilians -
bursing officers to make pay- of the District of
.:' Once construction begins the give us this much needed ments to financial organizations government Columbia.
\ ROICC office over-sees the work cooperation, thus our construc- designated by civilian employees. EDITORIALS. .Page 2

r being done and inspects the ma- tion projects are carried out ef- A financial organization is defined While the law became effective CIVIL SERVICE. .Page S
t terials being used. "This gets ficiently." when the President signed it, It
in the law as bank, INVESTING. .Page 7
[ pretty complex at times,because I. The Navy's Civil Engineer will be some time before federal
j, there may be 30, 40 or more Corps headquarters for the Sixth association savings bank, ,or savings similar and Institu-loan' employees can actually authorize lAX MARINES. .Page 8

t'I construction projects underway Naval District are located at tion or federal or state char- payroll deductions since the MOVIES . Page: 9 ,
at the same time," Lieutenant Charleston, S.C., with temporary Treasury Department must pre-
tered credit unions. SPORTS. .Pages 11 12
'f Ramaeker commented. "How- duty civil engineers assigned to pare the necessary administrative -
ever, we have top flight civilian duty stations throughout the 6ND. The new legislation is appli- regulations and procedures.


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,Editorial' View Points I V -

St. Edwards Chapel

A Vital ProfessionHELP SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
DAIY MASS 11:30 a.m.
[ WANTED: Young men and women who are energetic,, p.m.-
dicated, Intelligent and highly motivated toward public service. 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Must be of unquestionable character and able to work with TUESDAY
Single Young Catholic Organ-
|ople.Should be nearing end of military service. ization - 7:30 p.m.

I* Can look forward to steady employment, many fringe bens .
promotions, varied assignments, retirement plan and public U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL .
a- St. Luke's Chapel
[spect.More than 15,000 vacancies exist.
[* Interested parties apply to any law enforcement agency. 5tI SUNDAY MASS 8:00 a.m.
[There is the offer -- can you fill the position? Our law enforce- 1 ,, PROTESTANT
nt agencies across the country are looking for capable young SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
en and women to fill their ranks. & j
[Those seeking to become police officers should rot be looking for S .: : PROTESTANTAll
["soft job." The hours are often long and unpredictable and therea ( t .Saints' Chapel ?, ,
constant element of danger. e
[However, whether In small towns or large cities, law enforcent SUNDAY
officers are taught the latest developments and techniques SUITED FOR THE JOB In full flight gear, a Marine pilot CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.
psychology, communications, transportation, science and tech- waits for take-off In his A4B jet attack bomber. Pilots and Blgd. #722 .'

Attack Squadron (VMA-142) are Divine Worship Service10:00
A8fx1rO47lbdo8i maintenance crews of Marine a.m. Bldg## 722. ,
Reserves, drilling one weekend each month here. Junior Youth Fellowship 6p.m.

Bldg. #722. ,
Marine Flying Gators WEDNESDAYSenior
:vb Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.
Keep Combat ReadyJax Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
Bldg. #722.Christian .
Science Service --
-- The "Flying Gators"of ther as a regular Marine
Marine Attack Squadron(VMA) squadron to enhance the combat 7:30 p.m. Bldg. #722.Traffic.
142:, depaned Sunday for two readiness of the Individual the .-------.
S weeks summer training at the squadron, and the 4th Marine ,

Marine Corps Air Station,Yuma, Aircraft Wing. 1 II
Arizona. Located In the 'south- Pilots of VMA 142 will be
west corner of the United States, flying their Douglas A4B Sky- I I
the Yuma base houses the Ma- hawk jet attack bombers In sim-
rine Corps desert weapons trainIng ulated bombing and strafing \
facility.,. missions at Yuma, plus providing Violations
The Marine Squadron won top close air support for reserve
logy. No matter, how well educated they might be at the start, honors in the weapons'competitive infantry units at Camp Pendle-
felr knowledge will grow and their capabilltes will increase in or- exercises during their sum- ton Calif. The following Is a report of
;r to keep pace with our changing society and growing responsi- mer training at Yuma in 1965. The reserve unit will returnto motor vehicle accidents and traf-
ities of law enforcement officers. They took first place in team NAS Jax on Aug.17. fic violations for the period July
Career law enforcement officers have the satisfaction of playingtal bombing and strafing, and first 23 through 29.
[ roles in their communities -- of making major contributions and second, respectively, in individual Number of Accidents -
'the well being and growth of not only the individual citizens bombing and strafing to This Week .10
1 towns they serve, but to the nation as well. ,win .l- out competition over the Total accidents this year through
1 The role"of ,the,police officer, is, as (Varied,AS"the individualsmprfsing other reserve squadrons.The ,July 29 .. .
"this country. Friend'benefactor' 'counselor; life .- unit of 18 pilots, seven Number of Accidents through July
ver, protector, neighbor, scientist, technician -- these are only aviation ground officers, and 227 1967 .207"
me of the multiple roles of police officers:- (AFPS) enlisted men under the commandof Total number of days since last
LtCol. M. L. Murphy of Malr- injury In a motor vehicle acci-
A land, Fla., will be working '
Safety Meeting ? toge- 1J dent Number- of- -ViolationsThis - -13

New Method Sat Week .88
I The subject of the safety meeting was "Accidents". The five Speeding .18
mute safety talk, "Accidents Are Caused" was read. Afterrd Reckless Driving - -6
a heated discussion arose. For Redemption Going through a stop sign -8
[During the lull, one member raised his hand to ask a question and Other Violations - -56
dently knocked a coat off a rack which fell over the head oi Twenty five drivers appeared -
second member. While removing the garment, the temporarilyinded Of Fr..dOllS liar IS before the Traffic Hear-
[ member struck the window behind him with his elbow., ing Board at the meeting heldon
altering glass on the floor. Federal legislation Is eXpected August 1. Disposition of
[While picking up glass, two others received slight cuts, so t ed in the near future which will -. -1l 'ijp- the cases Included the following '
|oup leader got a push broom. 'In the crowded room, either the allow the redemption of United : Six lost driving and park-
loom handle, or another member moving our of the way, dislodged States Savings Notes (Freedom ing privileges aboard station for
I fire extinguisher which fell spraying the group wjth chemicals Shares) by any financial insti-. various pan; Seven were assigned -
The ,member who originally raised his hand said he had forgotten L tution. Homegrown MosquitoesIf to complete an eight
pat he was going to say and instead complained of the cold air coming; At present, Freedom Shares the yellow fever mosquito, hour course in remedial driving;
I the broken window. cannot be redeemed by financial AEDIS AEGYPTI Is around your Two received suspensions; Six
(Since there is no cure for the common cold, the meeting was ad-. institutions other than Federal ,home, the State Board of Health were given warnings; Threewere
reed .Reserve Banks or their branches. warns that you or your neighbormay dismissed; Nine were fined (U.
above anecdote gives,, a valid illustration of how accidents; On June 1, Freedom Shares have grown them. Their S. Commissioner). Twenty five
caused. The summer:season is filled with accidents "just look-. began paying five per cent Interest effective flight range Is about one drivers were assessed 54 traffic.
for ,a place to happen:' but,thousands of these accidents_ happei i and may now be purchasedat block. Points. ,", '
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[the home and do not pick their season.o banks In combination with
prevent accidents. make sure toys are kept off stairw4 jj:: ,Series E Bonds. In the past, I 1
walkways keep all medicines out of reach of children,place Freedom'Shares were only sold t
f mats on slippery floors and try to eliminate any other accident: through payroll savings plans, Motorist Gets Across
sing hazards which may endanger you and your family. and the bond-a-month plan at
tuber, accidents are caused -- They just don't happen. banks. ,
Current holders of.Freedom ,, Chaplain Leo J. McDonaldA
may present their shares any motorist was a hundred yards from an open railway crossing
bank where the holder is known proceeding at fifty miles an hour. A train, coming down the trackat
JAX: AX'a IMEWS for certification on the reverse sixty miles an hour, was three hundred and seventy five feet
side of the bond. The certified from the acrossing.The .
.. Freedom Shares should then be question: Did the motorist get across?
Is Civilian forwarded for redemption eitherto The answer: Yes, the motorist got a cross, a beautiful marble
The JAX AIR NEWS a Enterprise Newspaper
the Federal Reserve cross by his widow
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, nearest purchased from his Insurance money.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, Bank or branch,or to The Treas- Life is a sacred thing, yet we step into an automobile and make
a private' firm, AH Copy submitted for use In AIR urer of the.United States WashIngton it an unguided missile. With this missile, we too often extinguish!
NEWS Must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box D.C. 20220.In the spark of life 'from the body of another or from ourselves.
2, NAS Jacksonville! by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub With
overseas areas Freedom life God also gives 'us a charge to
.. keep, a responsiblliyy
licatio'/t. Newt items are welcomed from all sources Tele
phone 772 3118 or 3119. Shares may be presented to U.S. for the preservation of this life and that of others. .
military banking facilities or The following prayer should guide us: j
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries U.S. banks for the required cer- "Grant me a steady hand and a watchful eye ., .. .- .
concerning such, should be directed to; tification. The certified Free- That no man shall be hurt when I pass by.. ,'." .
dom Shares should then be for- Thou gavest life, and I pray no act'of mine '* < -* '.....
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. warded for redemption either to May take away nor mar that gift of thine.
Jacksonville. Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 the Federal Reserve Bank or Shelter those, dear Lord who bear me company,
New York, N.Y. 10045; the Fed- From the evils of fire and all calamity. .. /"

VOL. 26 NO. 20 AUGUST 8, 1968 eral Reserve Bank of San Francisco Teach me to use my car for others': need. -..;.'.'; ".',
Calif.' 94120, or to The Nor miss through love of,speed : ':4. ;':*. ;
Treasurer of the United States, 'The beauties of thy world; that thus I may '*.:*}.. .-./
Washington, D.C. 20220. With joy and courtesy go on my way." fil'\1? .'" '" "" ?.,- :...r;'

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'. Cecil CPO ClubW..kiy Bowman Retires 20CECIL j
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Hi-Lites -- A 20, year Navy Charge, Det. Cecil; presen
career came to an end recent- ed him with a plaque from tij
CECIL -- Tomorrow night is ly for AMHI William E.Bowman officers and men of VC 4'
Country & Western night when when retirement ceremonieswere recognition of his,years of se;
Jimmy Strickland will return with held on the Quarterdeck of
his band. Miss Gail Shannon Fleet Composite Squadron Four vice.Bowman and his family plan
gives the feminime touch to the Detachment Cecil. reside in Jacksonville 'where 1
night of entertainment Also with Bowman's career started on will be a partner in J. &B. A
the group is the 'cajun' fiddle Nov. "7, 1944 when he enlistedin Conditioning and Heating onNo
player Merlin Fontenot. A Andalusia Ala. His first duty mandy Blvd.
Lobster dinner will be the spe- station was on Samar Island in While with VC- 4 from Mar
cial for $2.75. the Philippines, and since then he 1966 to retirement Bowm
has served aboard the Essex, served on the air frames li
On Saturday evening swing to
the Master Arms Fo
Forrestal and Saratoga.The and on at
the music of Roy McCance. Sun-
day Mr. Jack Coon will be at the Petty Officer's wife and ces.
keyboard to offer request music three children were present at
from 5 to 7 p.m. the ceremony when Commander
Neil M. Nokes officer In- 00
_R The dining room and package
r r store will be closed on Monday, O' Wives Club
MARINES.PROHOTEDI. ( to r) Edward J. Anderson, Lance but the bar is open. Tuesday the
J. Corporal Irvin L. Otten and Lance Corporal John M. Keith of Advisory Board will meet at 1 Schedule Meet
Cecil Field Marine Barracks were to their present p.m. 88s
ranks in ceremonies at the barracks Tuesday, August 6. The Cecil Field Officers'
Wednesday night is game night Wives' Club willhaveHelenMus-
Three Cecil Marines beginning at 8 p.m. A 6.ounce. grove the Jacksonville reporter
KC steak for $.85 will be the spe- who recently returned from Viet-
cial. Come out early this night nam, as a speaker at theirmeetIng -
Receive PromotionsMajor and have dinner and enjoy game next week. .
night with your fellow chiefs. The meeting a coffee,is sche- : ---

Herbert C. Sanford reporting aboard Cecil on Nov. Don't forget that the last three duled for 2 p.m. Tuesday Aug- 'I'M SORW, SAR66/-BUT YOt*
Commanding officer of the Cecil 15, 1967. Thursday nights of each month ust 13 at the Officer's Recrea- $IKVHAROINT.(H AFR1KA
tion All club membersare
Facility. KORPS DOeSN'T
Field Marine Barracks promoted His awards include the Vietnam has been designated as "ForeignDish invited to attend. FOR RaT'R&rMaNT/*
three enlisted members of his Service Medal, the Vietnamese Night.
command in formal ceremonies. Campaign Medal and the Presi- -
Tuesday morning, August 6. dential Unit Citation.
The three men Edward J. Anderson Keith is a native of Whittier NAMTD Gives
Irvin L. Otten and JohnM. Calif. WESCONNETTDISCOUNT
Keith were promoted to Corporal Lance Corporal Otten three-
'. Lance Corporal and Lance and a half year Marine Corps $100 to Fund
Corporal respectively. All three veteran, reported aboard Cecil
Marines have served tours of Field in December 1966.
duty in Vietnam. Prior to that time he served Cecil Field's'Naval Air Main- 0'
Corporal Anderson entered the with the Headquarters Companyof tenance Detachment reports that
Marine Corps in March 1965. the Second Battalion,Fifth Marines its personnel have contributedone Meat Market
Since that time he has served ; in I Company of the Third hundred dollars to the USS L
with Battalion 38 at Camp Le- Battalion First Marines; and in Scorpion Memorial Fund.
juene, North Carolina on a sea H Company of the Second Bat-
The fund furn-
will be used
tour In the Carribean and In talion, Seventh Marines. He also ish to (Formerly/ Hugh's Marker)
Vietnam from 1966 to 1967. was with the"School Demonstration dependent childrenof assistance members of to 5318 Wesconnet Blvd. r
His awards Include the Viet- Troops at the Marine Corps
the Scorpion's The boat and (comer 103rd & Wesconnet Blvd.)
nam Service Medal, the Vietnam base inQuantico, Virginia.
all aboard
Campaign Medal and the Presi- Otten's awards include the while unexplainably WE SELL CHOICE BEEF ONLY
appeared at sea recently.
dential Unit Citation.A Vietnam Service Medal and the
native of Charlotte, Ver Vietnam Campaign Medal.A Contributions to the fund are J
mont the Corporal graduated native of Cameron, Illinois deposited with the Dolphin Scholarship .
from Rice Memorial High School .Otten .attended Warren I.Hill. Foundation* Naval Sta- '
Corps.He before. entering the Marine school' in Monmuth, Illinois. tion, Norfolk, Virginia.:, 3' 'Chuck Roast .4.9C 'Ib.Shoildtr :

reported for duty at Cecil .
"... Field on July 7, 1967. Oily .2'/2 mtu frill' MAS; JIX :Muir'Gute.__ I ..
Lance Corporal; Keith entered,
the Marine Corps in Jan. 1966. Roast & Rump 69$ lb.
He served with the. hard.Shore
Party Battalion in "aNai g and elStlS
Phu Bai, Vietnam; at Camp

13th Sukiran,Engineer Okinawa and Battalion with the at mata oR Chuck Steak 59* lb.

Camp Pendleton, ..Calif before_ :

A P 'A R T M E N T S

HONDAMOHTESA 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments Round Steak 89$ Ib.

MOTORCYCLES frog $131 per north I

rMOTORS- teeped in authentic Spanish tradition, the, '
Cube Steak 98 lb.
EL MATADOR Apartments offer a unique and'appeal ing atmos $
phere. .The ultimate aim in erecting these apartmentswas
to capture some of Old Spain and to bring that elegantway Loan :
of living to you. .With one, two and three bedroom
and apartments available you will be amazed to find an abun- Hamburger 39$ Ib.
dance of living space with a maximum of privacy. Each
CYCLES CO. apartment has a spacious living and dining area plus an
See Honda Hot "350" oversized kitchen. Lush carpeting and drapes are standardin All-Meet (,
every apartment. Bldeal location is still another assetof
Stew Beef 69C Ib.Fli.
4949 BlandingPH the EL MATADOR Apartments. Shopping centers, school .
771-8244 and churches are but a stone's throw, in Orange Park or

Jacksonville. .Visit the EL MATADOR Apartments and Grass A
you will agree .here is living so:exciting and distinc-

JAXSGREATEST e tively different. Whole I Friers (LIMIT LEASE 3) 29*} Ib

Whole Slice
: or
VALUES' .-"V "f'v; ;>V1

WHOLESALE Slab Bacon 59* Ib


I ,. Fresh Home-made

Wall to Wall Carpeting r| Abundant p amount of parking ran Sausage 59$ Ib

.| Plenty of closets with dressing -
Central Heat and Air Conditlonlng -
I Dishwashers, Jt -' room closets in masterbedroom
Disposal rang end oven by W
\ Front and rear entrance a Garbage pick up and maintenance We Cut and Wrap Fr.*zr Meat j
$0 W0
8 Club sized swimming pool maauumuammaaaammmmBammmsamThese
with Cabana, poolsld phonesand ..Privat.t.rrsce with glass
chJl en'* swimming pool eliding doors are some of our everyday prices
741 "HWY.- 17 SO. ORANGE PARK en our excellent quality meats 1


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Civilian; Promotion

i I Civil Service News Opportunities Open !

Merit promotion opportunities of the Federal government. Application
currency open for receipt of ap- forms SF 171 or f>7'

I Merit plications are listed below. The for these positions should be file
Promotion Received Hikes area of consideration and closing with IRD, Box 22, NAS Jacksor
,date of each shown. vine, Fla., 32212.
The followingNASJacksonvilleemployees ard A. Rollyson, Robert P. cent A. Geiser, Alfred B. Price MPB No. 72-76 Plan -grade For further information regarding
have been promoted Kuhman, Robert E. Mutch, An- and Robert G. Watts, instrument 'levels GS-4 and below; MPB these positions, see th
NARF drew O. Elias and Robert E. mechanics (electronics); Johnny J No. 79-67 Plan C all semi- copies of the bulletins or ar
Travis M. Hickox, airframe Crable, to electronics Mechanics P. Todd, electronics technician, skilled positions pay level 8 and nouncements or call Ext. 232
worker; Delane Black, toolroom ; Elmer F. Psalmonds Jr. GS-7; Robert Scott and Joseph I above. Area of consideration: rating and examining brand
attendant; Edward E. Frazier, and William H. Anderson to Instrument -, S. Asbell, industrial tractor operators 1 NAS NARF, NARTUCOMFAIR-
assistant planner and estimator, mechanic(electronics). ; Vernon D. McDaniel, .JAX, FAETULANT, Navy Hospital ,
(sheetmetal worker); Richard J. Those promoted to industrial Daniel K. Higginbotham and Lew- Navy Commissary Stores 'RE t NCYRU'
Sarno equipment specialist engineering technician included is Farinella, instrument me- .and Navy Recruiting Station, ,ln(; ChaIT Theat"e,
(electronics); Havan Morrison Leo F. Back, GS-9, Jack E. chanics (electronics); Samuel W. .Jacksonville. Applications for
Jr., assistant planner and esti- Thompson, GS-9; Joe A. Robinson Lowrance electronics tech- these positions will be acceptedat
mator (A/C engine mechanic); ,'GS-7; Bunon E. Scott, GS- nician, GS-7; Dennis R.Rodgers, any time. A separate applIca- Farrow, .
Mitchell P. Hodges, production 9.; Charles J. Weppelman, GS-9; Stanley R. Pulka and Doyle R. tion must be filed for each position is just great!" **
dispatcher; Joseph S. Marie, John E. Doering, GS-7; JamesE. White, A/C Instrument- mechanics in which interested. Cosmopolitan/
packer;,Eugene T. Austin, tool- Donnelly, GS-9; James F. (electronics): Thomas J. MPB No. 158-58 Industrial En-
maker; Charles J. Lankford, Gibbs, GS-9; Theodore W. Bac- Spencer, A/C electrician;Luther 'gineer, GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Areaof Mia farrowt Ina
Charleton W. Bushman and meister, GS-9; David H. Ald- Jones Jr., industrial tractor operator I consideration:Nationwide.Applications K BlPffir r wuHam Caste Production
George F. Feener, electronics ridge, GS-7; Robert L. Kron- ; James Brewtonequip will be accepted until
technicians, (GS-7)); Melvin J. holm, GS-9; Edmond D. TenlyJr. ment specialist (AIC)GS-7;Dor- the needs of the services are
Staab, electronics mechanic;Antonio ., GS-9;,Louis R. Markle GS9 othy M. Manikas, clerk-typist, met and will be considered as
Guarino, Thomas B. ; John S. Kulakowski Jr., GS- GS-3; Arthur L. Ferguson and received. IONN CASSAYETES
Osteen, Jason G. Fisher and 9 and Richard J., Miller, GS-9. William H. Martin, equipment MPB No. 133-68 General En- No ltt"9** _
Richard F. Faccenda, machin- Other NARF promotions Included specialists (A/Q GS-7; Stewart gineer, GS-11. Area of consid- Children ** *
ists: and Melba J.Duncan clerk- Orville L. Anderson and M. Townsend, electronics mechanics I eration: Nationwide.Applications
typist (GS-3); Roy W. Ryan, foremen (leading- ; Ronald F. Melton, A/C will be accepted through the closeof
Also, John R. Johnson, Rich- men( A/C engine mechanics;Vinapoocxxxxxxxxxxxxa electrician; Louis S. Valla business August 23.
equipment specialist (A/C GS- MPB No. 138-68 Supervisory i 7; Elbert P. Scribner, produc- Supply Data Assistant, GS-8 and Torrid
MONEY tion controller(A/Q GS-9;Fred- MPB No. 139-68 Safety Assistant ** together.,.
erick E. Clark, toolroom attendant GS-5, Area of oonsideratwnNASNARFNARTUOOM- singing..
Cash .Monthly Months ; Alfred J. Pink, supvy. messenger .
You 'Get Payment to. Pay GS-3; Ronald V. Lev- FAIRJAX, FAEUTLANT, Navy dancing : {"y
I IN 1 DAY erock machinist; James G. Kin- Hospital, Navy Hospital, Navy turning on the Jfa! s$
$84.33 5.00,; 24 ter, production controller (elec- Commissary Stores and Navy Recruiting romance 1 ; :
tronics) GS-9; George E. Horn I Station, Jacksonville.
$25 to $600ARRANGED 219.27 13.00 24 Jr., and Donald T. Rohweller, Applications Will be accepted
I 320.79 19.00 24 superintendents (A/C OandR) I, 1 through the close of business I ICOLOH
I Anthony F. Fragale, foreman 'Tuesday.All .
427.51 25.00 24 (leadingman) A/Cmetalsmithand applicants must be careeror *
Homer J. Eldridge, planner and I career-conditional employees
500.51 29.00 24 estimator(A/Q engine mechanic. '

I BY PHONE 600.00 34,39 24

Payments include interest.,

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This it not'an offer to
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II T2iihOok' Pilots!!

II I-INATTC June Behind Goff the Sceaes I Navy Gather- Industrial 12th in annual VegasThe Tailhook combined Re- ".

union will be held in Las Vegas,

HM2 Patrick E. Desmond was partment personnel alike as to Nev., from Sept. 20 to 22.
I selected Serviceman of the Quarter the status of drugs and curtail The reunion of naval pilots
for the Naval Air Technical ing repeated prescriptions has who have flown from carrier
|Training Center. significantly contributed to reducing decks is organized yearly pro-
Capt. R. P. Kline commanding financial outlay and mini- vide an opportunity for carrier
[officer presented Desmond with mizing risks to patients.In IVB aviators to meet and exchange
1 a $50 Savings Bond and a Let- June of this year the Med- ideas about naval aviation pro-
ter of Commendation during a ical Department received addi- grams.
ceremony in the captain's office tional funds with which to order This year, the annual reunion ,..
[Friday. supplies within a 24-hour period. a AS will take place at Las Vegas'
The letter stated:"From April Only through his notable efforts Flamingo Hotel. A full sched-
jl through June 30 of 1968, Petty were these critically needed ule of events is planned for the

Officer Desmond was assignedto medical supplies ordered and received two day reunion.Membership ,,
the Pharmacy with collateral before the deadline. Thisis 4 fee for the event

I duty of Medical Supply. Under only an example of his devo- is $39 which includes two nights "
(his management and through his tion to duty and his vast abilityas L at the hotel two social hours, '

I diligent efforts both sections a' petty officer After completing .n n_..___... an awards banquet one ticket to
I have functioned with increased his own tasks he cheer- a Las Vegas extravaganza and a
j efficiency.His fully and effectively assisted others AWARD -- HM2 Patrick E. Desmond receives congratulations Sunday morning brunch.

continual advice to both in completing their duties. from Capt. R.P. Kline, CO, upon being selected Serviceman Application blanks for res
[Medical Officers and Medical De- While convalescing from a ma- of the Quarter. are now available at
their Operations Department.
jor orthopedic operation he volunteered Ordnance Disposal.Unit-Two. Applications and checks shouldbe
to return to the Dis- 4 * made out to "Tailhook Asso-
iMimtUHiMiiiunnuiiHiiMiiiiuiiiiiiMiimmiiiiUHiluiiiiiiiinii 1aIM pensary and work. He resumedhis AO1 Walter O'Bright was pre- ciation" and be submitted at
BIG SAVINGS NOW! duties with the same enthu- sented the Sailor of the Year an early date to insure reser- -
BIG CHIEF ON SLIGHTLY BLEMISHED TIRES siasm and efficiency as he had award on August 2, in a brief vations. Checks should be mailedto
THE GREAT NEW consistently shown before. He isa ceremony conducted by Cdr. W. Cdr. D.S. Laird Tailhook
e POLYesterfiber career Navyman who has sus- J. Tutwiler executive officer. treasurer VRF-32 NAS North

GLASS tained achievement of high work Petty Officer O'Bright is attending Island San Diego, Calif., 92135'
standards enthusiasm, and devotion AOB) School, a 25 week
BELTED TIRES! to duty in such a manneras advanced course in ordnance

Fritz ...and Regular Ovals. Also. to deserve this recognition. training. He is stationed at JOWC Fall Charity
Desmond his wife Nina Faye NARTU Lakehurst where he
-, Pan BIG DISCOUNTS and their four-year-old son Michael won the award. Benefit Planned
R.t. off our regular low prices on will receive a trip to St.Augustine. . .

CPO CONVENTIONAL. SECONDS The trip is sponsoredby AVCM William R. Van Sant
'" Owner Jax -- Jacksonville Officers
the USO. was "Piped Over the Side dur-
$9.95 UP plus F.E.T. . Wives Club has completed the
ing a retirement inhis
MMnlnnnnnnnlnmwluuulluwIuuaInwMpu11wIIMIIIIIINInasulMIMONEY $ Capt. R. P. Kline commanding honor on Friday..Capt.R.P.Kline, plans for the Annual Fall Charity

NO DOWN officer received a Letter of commanding'officer, transferred Benefit.
"Golden Rule Days", theme
from the Commanding -
Appreciation Chief Van the U.S. Naval
Sant to
We finite fi Military Service! Officer ExplosiveOrdnanceDisposal for this year's benefit will be
nyoie Fleet Reserve endingtheCief'snaval
Unit Two Charleston held Sept. 28, at the Officers
'career which began on
WE UNDERSELL ALL 'S.C. last week. September 25, 1941. Club.

Department Stores Company Stores and Independent Tire Dealers The letter read in pan, "The Capt. Kline presented Chief benefit Serving are as the chairmen following:for Marie the
assistance and cooperation of Van Sam with a Letter of Appre-
personnel of your command madeit ciation which read in "Dur- Maloy general chairman; Sally
6015 BLANDING BLVD 771-3442 part
Byers decorations; Diane Murphy -
recruit much needed -
(Across from the House of'Bargains) possible personnel for the' EOD Pro- Air ing your Technical assignment at the Center Naval publicity; Pat Manges co-
5444 Normandy Blvd. 389-0388 ram. Commanding,, Officer J Jacksonville ,you have performedyour chairman publicity; Mary Lou f ?....',
2809 Mayport Road :246-4825 ODU-fwo, expresses appreciation duties as Phase Supervisorand Holder advisor publicity;; Olga .
Forehand, tickets and reserva-
command with -
to your special Testing Officer within the
tions Jill Falkenstein cochairman -
thanks to LCdr. Harkins for Aviation Electrician's Mate
tickets;Jan Robertson,door
his assistance in arranging
Schools in a manner which left
prize and raffles Cdr. W. H.
schedules and classrooms for
be desired. The
nothing to outstanding -
** Sanders entertainment ("Up Up

z B C/ the LCdr.teams.B. M. Harkins training devotion leadership to duty displayed abilities have and With People'); and Les Gillette -

officer AOA) School was pre- conformed to the highest standardof (The Party Line),decorations co

BY BEL AIR HOME BUILDERS INC. sented a certificate designating: the United States Navy. ordinator.
Proceeds from this event will
him an honorary tlDisposaleer"by This brief summary outlines
Capt. Kline on behalf of ,the only a few of the highlights of go to naval and civilian chari-
ties in Jacksonville.
Commanding Officer Explosive your Naval career."


1 h 9359 103rd St. '
.g Jacksonville's newest At a
9 most modern mobile homeS
community is now open for
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SIw Boat i 'ONLY $35 PER MO. .'
_I Swimming: pool tennis court,
shuffleboard court, B-B-Q
tables will be
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PHONE AHEAD..384-2386 Mr. K.S. Martin. Manager:

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year, and this brings about .losing: valuable purchasingpower. a broker is a valuable "tool, and
I what economists call inflation, The value of capital has he can help you make the correct
E : meaning a dollar buys less. decreased 33 1/3 per cent, in the decision.I .
At the time you deposited the five years it has remained in
', 'By Philip WeintraubAfter money, a dollar bought four ap- the bank. have a booklet that will

1J watching the market take many of the larger investors ples. In five years according to I'm not trying to tell you .to. help you NARTU begin. Public Write or Affairs call
'. a turn for the worse, I am still (insurance companies, mutual past figures, dollar, would only put all your eggs in one basket, me 3353.
writing these articles with the funds) have rather stacked posi- buy three apples. While your because the market does,involve
same fortitude as when I began.If tions in' most of the "Glamor
any of my readers have start- Issues".They are becoming more LADIES! A FREE GIFT FOR YOUHow
ed studying the market,they have cautious before they infuse their I.WE FINANCE ALL
undoubtedly noticed the slump budgets into conglomerates. This would you like to receive' a beautiful stainless steel electric
in it.At accounts partially fot the de SERVICE PERSONNEL! coffee maker valued at $44.95 and dinner for yourself and

the risk of sounding repetitious crease in market averages. .. three other couples absolutely free
to some, I would like to Now that I have the marketoff '57 Chev. 4-Dr." -. .. $165 No jingles to write nor puzzles to
clear up a few things that. may the hook, I will explain why '62 61 Chev.Pontiac 4-Dr.Wagon$695" $295 work. First 10 coupons received
have confused my readers. investing in the Stock Marketis '63 Ford V'8, 4Dr. $495 will qualify. Fill in the coupon
and mail below!
Conglomerates are large cor- more advantageous than other
porations that digest smaller means of securing growth.If CROWN j j Direct SALADMASTER Dealership"' + .
ones into themselves. Many you were to deposite $1,000in Suite 2501 Gulf Life Tower i, .'
conglomerates have been put a savings and loan institutions, AUTO SALES I. Jacksonville, Fla. 32207 ,, ''I
under extreme pressure, while for a period of five years, at a 1222 Main St. NAME t I .,
authorities of the stock exchange return of 4 3/4 per cent, you (Between 2nd & 3rd) I PHONE . . . '.
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'.', .,. :: ,., ,. Jax -- LCpl. Larry A. Greep Prior to this assignment he known to the men of the detachment -
/.' 'iI\ p was presented a MeritoriousMast completed the Aviation Electri- retired after more than 20'
i by LtCol. A. E. James cian "A" Course and was the years service as a marine. His
commanding officer of MAD. leader of l his class. service included participation in
.... ': ;:t. The CO commended LCpl. Creep is currently. .o nor the Korean War and a tour of dutyin
,;" '"",.'I tik'1j tt.r ; > Greep ,for his outstanding per- ders to the Second Marine Air- Vietnam from July 1965 until
'. "f : \. : Ii'' ., formance of duties during his ten- craft Wing at the Marine Corps July 1966.
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,'.,.. .Jf.:"; ure with the Phase IV Section of Air Station, Cherry Point N. C. During his tour in Vietnam
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,;. the AE School. t Sorensenservedwith the 3rd Ma-
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._.., ".\!",.. His citation read in pan:"You "On behalf of the officers and rine Division.
:: v{ D y have approached your many duties men of this command would liketo Here he was awarded the Navy

,,""', ."."... ,. and assignments with the take this opportunity to thank Achievement Medal and authorized -
same vigorous enthusiasm that you for your long and faithful to wear the Presidential -
..: distinguishes you from your service to our country and to Unit Citation.
.., counterparts. Your efforts have our corps.**" After Vietnam, Sorensen was
PROUD MOMENT A smile appears on LCpl. Larry A. Creep been noteworthy and in keeping These were the words of Lt stationed with the 2nd Marine
as LtCol. A.E. James, commanding officer of MAD, presents with the highest traditions of Col. A. E. James CO, as he Aircraft Wing at Cherry Point,
him with a Meritorious Mast for outstanding work. the Marine Corps." presented a unit plaque to 1st N. C. During his tenure here
While assigned to the PhaseIV Sgt. Kenneth C. Sorensen dur- the "top" was 1st Sergeant of
I Wloo $ lB@1IDlID$1 section, LCpl. Greep was ing retirement ceremonies held the Aviation Electricians School
m\Wilk1 also a member of the detach- in the CO's office this week. Marine Liaison Section.
ment's honor platoon. The "top", as Sorensen is Sorenson and his wife Anne
are settling in Jacksonville and
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airline. ..

So how does it happen you often see a United. '; .Uj: ,

standby counter with no servicemen there? :: ," -. :' .

Because United has by far the largest fleet, and .': .1. "" -YOUR/independent/

the largest jet fleet, in the world. We have the most .,: :, fi.':' '

frequent flights to and from the majority of the 111 ; tJt;: {t "i ", I Insurance IJ/AGEf\/

U.S. cities we serve (including all major ports ofS l i .'.. ,':,i. SERVES fcfca/YOU FIRST
entry) p-' r : .
That adds up to more seats, better chances for you, when you buy your standby ticket on United. : ':

Anyone in U.S.: uniform, with D.D. Form 1580, flies [service beyondthe
for J4 Coach fare..You can even reserve a Coach seat .' :. ''. "'.
for % fare. Both fares ,apply within seven days of' ..v call of duty

discharge.. ,.' ,
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do our friendly best not to keep them standing by 5 ....MwwuwaNwgwwmlIIuw
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ALL Military PersonneliDAWSONl
'friendly skies

For information and tickets, visit, or call your.; ., ): '11r''f.' : :'
F JAMTO office located at Bldg. 13, Jax NAS.. : 0: J ':
Phone !!II. ,3553 or 3872811. ,: ._ ,, lisvruc Agency

'" United., 211 I E. Forsyth St.

/ Call 353 7534'Pap
"They got me out fast"

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Moves rink I I
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I'"f' ')'. yo,: 'Ji"', ,1 :. .. '.

Movies will be shown nightlyat '
the NAS Jax Theater at 7:30 '
p.m. There will also be a Kid-
die Matinee at 2 p.m., Sat., anda should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun. 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
and holidays. The Hospital Thea- arriving too late for this deadline will be published ,the following week unless the
ter will have one nightly featureat is 'Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
7 p.m Cecil Field will have ; received WITH the copy for the pd.

two nightly shows during the week
at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Matinees will Do Net Send Cash .
a be shown on weekends at 2 and ::\

5 p.m. Ratings: A.. Adults, : Mlei eel chirie ((3 lines). . . : '. .$2.00 _
GA General Audience, S Superior -

Very,Good E -,G Excellent'- Good, F---VG Fair-, Per e MitloBtl line ((4 words per II..). . . 0.50

CNA Class Not Available.THURSDAY.AUG. .


COAST" starring Lloyd Brid- For information call: CONSOLE MODEL with radio Houses -&. Apts.Equity, VA &.
ges and Sue Lloyd. ((87 min) Day or Night. take up payments on beautiful FHA resales $50) & $100 dwn.Call .
GANG stereo like new. 4 speed record Powell or 'Mill$, USN
HOSPITAL: "FAR FROM THE APARTMENTS Near changer. Balance due $68 Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
MADDING CROWD starring 1 blk w/of 5900 or $8 per month. Phone 353-1946 Realty.
Julie Christie. ((169 min.) GA/ Rd. Furn and anytime. Ask for Credit Manager.
VG/E, All new paint,2BR, Will deliver, no obligation. A-1
C. FIELD: "A FISTFUL OF Nook, Park 2 Music Center,, 1606 Main St. Naval Hospital NAS Jax
DOLLARS" starring Clint East- & sewage & garbage Jacksonville. 3847,729..
wood. ((103 min,) E. $85 mo. for unfurn.
DELRAY MANOR. 110th.. &
nites and week-
: ,
FRIDAY, AUG. 9 389-0744.. Karen St. New all brick homes Partially Furn. .Cottage on St.
NAS: "OUR MAN "FLINT" AC Low 20's.: Building Lots Johns River, 100 x 250 W/Dock,
'SHOREAds Well, and Fruit trees. Tel: Jax
starring James Coburn and LeeJ. LOTS Available. Floyd White, Bldr.
771 6379 Palatka 325-7716.
Cobb. (115 min.) A on Santa Fe Lake. 771-5643.

THE IRON COAST" starring RENT ORTEGA CLASSICMERCEDES BENZ 190 Bonneville Conv. .$1800. Bur-.
Lloyd Bridges and Sue Lloyd. from NAS 7430 SL, Conv., 28,000 miles Mint gundy w/white Nylon Top White
((87 min.) GA/VG Road 3 BR., 1 & 1/2 cond. 2 Top 387 1370. Leather Int., Fact. Air & Htr.
C. FIELD: "FAR FROMTHE Room Fla. Tinted Whidshield Radio wAront
MADDING CROWD" starring Air Cond. Fenced TRAILER FOR SALE: 12'x47' & Rear Spkr, New W/Ws, Wire
Julie Christie. ((169 min.) GA/ .$175 mo.7715633.. 2 BR., SAC. $2400. Equ.for $100 Whl Covers Wood Panel Dash,
VG/ E Dwn. & assume pymts. Call Pwr. Brakes, P.S., and P/Win-
SATURDAY, AUG. 10 'NOTICE 771-8299. dows 340 HP V.-8 Engine. Lt.
this week, 4 Singer E.C. Glennon,ext.2391.771-7015.
NAS: "WAR WAGON" star- left in storage. "REAL ESTATE: We.will help PART TIME '
ring John Wayne and Kirk Doug charges ea.Call you Buy, Sell.or Invest" MARRIED E-4's and above. Are
las. ((109 min.) GA/E Free Delivery, 5320 Bowen Real Estate, Realtor having trouble making ends
HOSPITAL: MAN Blvd. Dealer. USN Retired 384 1376
? work hoursin
FLINT" starring James Coburn meet We can your
and Lee J. Cobb. ((115 min.. ) HOUSE FOR RENT Multiple Speakers Repossessed with your dutyscheduie.Phone
.A St., 2 Br., 1 Bath CONSOLE STEREO 264 6485.
C. FIELD: "ATTACK ON THE / &ref rig.Furn. 1968 Console Stereo AM-FM DARDEN MOBILE HOME
IRON COAST" starring Lloyd ., Garage & Space radio 4-speed record player,in Subdivision 9416 Crystal Springs
Bridges and Sue Lloyd. ((87 min) Mo. EV 8-5545 Call good cond. Balance only $96, or Rd., 781 2127. Close to Cecil
. .
.......'::,.. GA/VG.,. 8. $8 month. Field 85x9lx Lg. Lots, water
" SATURDAY MATINEE PHONE 384-1366,. ,, .?:* .,.. paved,.roacg, ,patio 2nd Mo. rent
.HOME'TV and MUSIC 7 Free.ll
:' .NAS: "BULLET FOR A BAD 2mo. 4747 San"Juan Ave.MIDDLEBURG.
MAN" starring Audie Murphy record player, bal. .i,: 'FOR RENT, ORTEGA HILLS
and Ruta Lee. mo. 5320 Wesconnett. AREA Across from NAS 3BR., Stove &
0722 Dealer. Big Branch Rd. 5 acres -. 10 Refrig., 7149 Railey Circle,
TICKETS ON SALE acres & larger. Terms. Ph. Phone 387 4509.

The following tickets are now 282 5272 or 282 5224.
on sale at the Special Services JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1
Bldg. 704.Miami OPEN SUNDAY PICTURES OF WEDDINGS. Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean
Parties gatherings, etc. Best modern trailers & Apts. 389-
Dolphins VS Boston Deal 'around Call 264 2140. 3007. .
Patriots the Gator Bowl Aug.
at Circle'
LAKE SHORE -5187 Janice
23 Tickets -- $4.50. FOR RENT 2 BR APT. FURN.. Nice 2 BR House,Jaloused Porch
General Admission Baseball Orange Park, Will rent to TAD Fenced Yard, $85 mo. Ph 388 -
tons Tickets for children-- $.50 $1.00., Seasons But- A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY 6884.Personnel or Bachelors.' 264 9406. '

w. g... them the VW 16 point S"et and P.rformrtce Insp.ct- ZIG ZAG FOR $43 1965 CADILAC 'CONV. A/C.
Ion. Then w. tuned up. tlchtcnod nd r.placed e.e"thina that All Power, Immaculate Cond.,
neaded It. And cuarente.d them <7. for the repair or replacement. SEWING Machine Original Guar-
reasonable offer.
fool. $2650. Navy
for 30 days or Come or
of all major part.
GIANT SWAP MEET antee, Zig Zags makes buttonholes -
Just pay balance $43 at $8 per
SCOOTER All extras Inc.Helmet -
64 VW CAMPER .' $1395 month. Call Credit Manager. ,Excel.Cond.,$150.264-2641
Spaces Under Shelter Phone 353 1946 anytime. Will
20th and Edgewood 63 VW .' ,. $995 deliver no obligation. 1606 MainSt. ORANGE PARK

64 VW SEDAN. ., .- '. J"; $1075 : CUSTOM BUILT BRICK

I Every"' Sat.'9 am. '6:00 prnSun1. 65 VW SEDAN . .' : '. . $1200 $50 $100 DOWN HOMES 2, 3,4 3 BR, 2 1/2 Baths Lge Eat .--In
: 9 airi 6:00, pm. Kit. DR Paolo Den. Cent.
Sep. ,
<(< : 66 VW SEDAN. . . ." :. ,' :; $1400 Br., 1, 1/2 baths, total payments -, A/C 2 C. Gar., $25,750, Terms

Ph'ohe 67 VW SEDAN. . . .". /A $1650 'from $75 to $105. Mo. Arranged. Other Lots Available.
768-7085 or 768-4793 Furn. & Unfurn. Rentals. No
66 VW SEDAN Air Condo . : ';. $1690 qualifying equities. For all your VIRGINIA E. BELL

67 VW SEDAN Air Condo . .;.\, .' $1995 Real Estate Needs call Godwin 264 REAL- 2488 ESTATE Broker
'. broker, 384 4758, 24 Hrs..
-. .(24 Hr: 356 2462)
1 66 VW Fastback Air Condo .';.. '. $1950 ADMIRAL COLOR TV' ) ,, -
67 VW Fastback : . $1950 Big screen console model. House. Venetia. Built In
yi isan, 65 BARRACUDA. $1150 Scratched in shipment, only $289or
$11 month. uc Stove A/C, Carpeting, Drapes,
65 Pontiac Bonneville. HT. Loaded Air $1950 HOME TV and MUSIC 4253 Genoa Ave. 264 9909
mi after 5 Ext. 280 Cecil
QY4IIa3 66 OLDS F85 Deluxe 4 Dr. Loaded Air Cond.. $1950 4747 San Juan Ave. Field. p.m.. or

1 67 FAI RLAN E 500 at*. H.T. Loaded Air cond. $2595

San Juan at Niblick 67 FORD Ton Pick Up Truck. . $1850
Phone 384 4406 66 G.M.C. Vi Ton Pick Up $1650 WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.

1. 2, & 3 Bedrooms ; ;' K AIR CONDITIONERS :; <

Garden Country Type Apartmentswith Club 1 W'' NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES :?< 3 '
AtmosphereKitchens WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN t Y .;, NEW <5 USED TV SETS 8,. 1:

equipped with GRanges -!: WJ.,<=,""'.,t' NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES ...kH:"",',"" 'x:'
& Refrigerators {'p'.:'NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS : l
.Individual. Air Conditioning INC.
and Heating by G-E x:'> Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms .,<* J;
Drapes furnished fY! Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come In & Brows5324 */ 1%
Wall to Wall Carpetinq and 1150 LANE AVE., S,; Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511

.Large Su-immina. Poof Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l PM to 6 PM Wscm'tf lira .* 103rd 771.075.'



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I Cecil/ Field Based Corsair and Skyhawk SquadronsLay ;

Lay Heavy Losses on VC Equipment/ and SuppliesAttack


Squadron 66 pilots ground missile hits on the tar- "They staned firing on me "The truck was parked under of aerial flares LCdr. Roger C.
heavily damaged a 100 foot when I was about halfway throughmy some trees, and when I hit it, Briggs, ignited what he called
ferry 30 miles south of Vinh early gets."There was heavy antiaircraftfire run on the ferry crossing," an orange burst With a black "one of the biggest secondariesI've
this week. after we released our rock- said Major William J. "Bud" plume of smoke resulted," he seen," five miles northeastof

"The ferry was well cam- ets. I guess they really wantedto Breckner, "and I got a real good recalled. Vinh.
r ouflaged -- we wouldn't have seenit protect it,** he added. pattern with my bombs -- some. AIR WING SIX Briggs gave this account of the
except that it looked exactly An area near a ferry crossing landed right on a gun emplace attack. "Myw1ngm.1n had dropped
like the (reconnaissance) 38 miles south-southeast of Vinh ment. Just as I pulled off there A7 Corsair pilots from Carrier flares on a group of barges near
photograph," said Lt. John K. yielded secondary explosionswhen were three secondaries. We must Air Wing Six destroyed' three the mouth of the Ca River. One

Watkins, whose flight scoredat it was struck by A4 "Sky- have stumbled onto some trucks' North Vietnamese bridges and a of the barges was trying to get
least three direct air to hawks"from Attack Squadron 106. parked off the road." storage building with air to out of the flare's light by head
Three trucks were destroyedby ground missiles last week. All ing for a clump of bushes near
Attack Squadron 66 pilots ona were near the panhandle city of the shore.. My first bomb hit the
later strike 38 miles south Vinh. barge and my second landed on
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE southeast of Vinh. "I saw the the shore near a road. There
Lt. (jg) George J. Webb Jr.,
trucks after I was already in my of was a huge secondary from this
struck two the bridges. Webb
All Ranks Ml Ages run." explained Cdr., John A. "The first bridge I hit looked hit. The fireball must have gone
Chalbeck, commander of the USS like the standard railroad trest- 500 feet into the air. My wing-
tOW RATES Intrepid's Air Wing Ten. "They le supported by pylons and it hada man came in and bombed the opposite -
were evidently caught and metal side of the road and got
on it. The bridge
couldn't get off the road" he another secondary explosion of
EA'S'Y MI rfI.LY' span was about 100 feet long. My
\ surmised.Lt. missile impacted and destroyedthe equal magnitude. The two
Ernest L. Lewis and Lt. western half of the bridge. that followed the explosions cov-
PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL: (jg) John E. Sullivan unloaded ered an area of 250 square feet."
"My next target, Webb con-
their bombs on the trucks. Chal
tinued "was about At least North Vietnamese
a bridge 150 12
beck said there was smoke com-
INSURANCE ing from the targets after the feet long. It had a dirt surface supply trucks were destroyedby
road and built A6 Intruder from
was on wood or an crew
strikes. Two other trucks were
aircraft metal supports. My missile destroyed Attack Squadron 85 during a
UNDERWRITERS INC. destroyed by Intrepid en-
another the eastern half of this road reconnaissance mission.
route to target,a highway
'(Formerly McDonald's Insurance) choke point. "I noticed the trucks bridge." The crew reported igniting 13

6479 .s.,111 I'',.. 311-7476 sitting in the shadow of a tree on The third bridge destroyed by secondary residual explosions fires along and high-numerous -
the road three miles south of the Corsair pilots was nearVinh.
Call Us Anytime Vinh," said LCdr.. Milton D. Two dirt bridges in the same area way segments in a crescent rang-
Beach "and and I ing from 10 miles southwest to
my wingman also were struck during the at-
31 miles south of Vinh.
load of 500 -
dropped our poun-
( I5 -- tack.Cdr.
ders right on them. David E. Gordon sent his A7 Corsairs from Carrier Air

Cdr. E. Hawley Brooks, Jr., missile into the front of a five Wing Six on a gunfire spotting
mission for the USS Blandy and
story concrete storage buildingnear
commander of Attack
Squadron Vinh. Gordon said, "I saw USS MacKenzie, aided the destroyers -
36, destroyed a truck on a high-
the missile's blast come out of the in ,Scoringnumerousdirect -
55 miles south southeastof
way back end of the building and ignite l hits on a North Vietnamesetruck
Vinh, as other planes from
his bombed traffic a secondary explosion from park and storage area six
squadron a
within the building." miles south of Dong Hoi.
control point two miles farther

north. While bombing under the light "We gave the destroyers one

correction and they put their

shells. right into the target and
stayed on It," said one of the

VISIT After completing this support
H mission, the, Corsairs struck a
storage area four miles west
of Vinh..' Pilots reported ,theirordnance

CLAUDE: ) NOLAN on target.


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500 28.97 .5.85 49.75 91.78
600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80

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1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 M .... and SMILES!

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READY FOR TEE OFF-The foursome of((l-r I ) Lance Collierof S.C.,
Mayport, Bill Coons of Athens, Ga., George Adams of Key ( ) Carl
West and Bob Diamond of Pensacola B.
get ready for first roundin Di
the 6ND affair.Patrol 93 here

Squadron Wins in

Station Softball Crown next will
., and
Sax -- Patrol Squadron 45 VP 45 shut out two other teams, com-
wrapped up the base intramural smashing Weapons 11-0 and Elim-
Softball championship here Sat- edging VAP 62, 1 0. The
urday as the team dropped the VP 45 squad shut out five ----
VAP 62 Tigers 9-6. teams during the play off series.
Don Stewart, VP 45's pitch- Other action saw FICEUR defeat -
ing ace, hurled two no hitters NARTU 5 3 and theVAP62 day
back to back in competition in Tigers drop Hospital 5-2.
the play off series last week. Individual trophies and:. the the
The two shut outs came in the winner's trophy: will be presented -
same night as Stewart pitchedhis today at the NAS gym,Bldg.3.
team to 7 0 win over FI- Also today the station's Iron- er
CEUR then one hour later he man trophy: will be presented to
held Hospital hitless as his team the VAP 62 Tigers who won
blanked the Corpmen 4-0. the trophy for spring sports.The /
In other games played last Photomen amassed 3,950 points
week in play off competition, toward the trophy during the '
spring sports season. Hospitalcame
in second place with 2,475
points and NARTU was third with, ( 1
rMULii.ii i'iPROGR 2,400. K .+_ ,. _,_?,..,4-v. *._
With the Intramural bowling OFFICE"e"
'IINVESTMENT season just getting underway,the
I IAS LOW AS $20/MO. Msl1 competition will start towardsthe .

1 1 WOULD LIKE TO | Ironman for fall sports. 1
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-- The Navy Jax Sailing foot cutter, Scotch Mist, and first Wednesday of each monthat IIII.
Club commodore, Al Johnson Tony Kferrill's 30 foot Morgan, 7:30 p.m. Let's have a big I
returned Sunday from a nine Kestrel. turn out for the Junior Sailing
month cruise aboard the aircraft Mark Johnson took first placein Regatta this Saturday! HI II
carrier Shangri-La. We all wel- last week's race sailing his I
come him back and are looking Day Sailor single handed. Fliers Edge
forward to working with him Don't forget meetings are the a u
during the coming year. -- Delta uf
Two weeks ago Tr(-Club Series DrugsIn
races were won by George
Baldwin of the Florida Yacht 1-0 TiltJax
Club. Sailing in his Bantam,
Blithe Spirit, he led the Bantam
-- The Jax Navy Fliers
fleet in both races. Dave Sharpe
placed second in Cockspur and picked up four hits as they shut was

Pete Kay, third, in Whim II. V out Delta Commercial Drugs of League the Jacksonville 1-0- -" SEDAN' :". ..;''' '.-.:.: ; ... .-. ., .. This boat has been reassignedto :
Friday night behind the pitch- m1'vAu -tu '! 3S
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the second of the double -
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services to the club. He has been header with Delta, the game
the instructor for the number of was called at 11:15 p.m. after 67 CAMARO //169/
people who come down on Sat- 10 Inings with the score tied
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come down and watch these races off Jax pitcher Les Carroll as SPORT COUPE
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A working crew of about 10 The Fliers scored their three .
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