Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Combined Federal Campaign Underway at NAS Jax

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host Drhrt with

F. LIRPA Yt $3,000 Chick

p The air station's Navy Exchange -

became the first organization -
Published by the Holt Publishing l Company a private firm.Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herel.i are their own and not to be considered an o met l at t expression of any aboard base to make
Military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication doe\constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.
its donation to the annual Com-
VOL. 26 NO. 26 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 19. 1968 bined Federal Campaign as Cdr.

Matthew J. Ott presented RAdm.
Robert J. Stroh a check for
Y All.. H.yw.rdLocal $3,000 Tuesday afternoon.

This is the fourth year in a

row that Exchange employeeshave
Managers Hear become the first aboard

base to make their donation to
the drive.

Former Yank Bat BoyA The Combined Campaign began
p. Monday morning when Admiral
Stroh, commander Fleet Air

former New York Yankee ba t boy who enlisted when the Navy Jacksonville, addressed local

still had some coal-burning ships and subsequently rose to command commanding officers, campaign
the Navy's first nuclear surfaceat task force, was guest speaker I11 \ coordinators and keymen at a
the local chapter of the Am Led Forces Management Associa- n King Hall kick off meeting.

tion's luncheon Sept. 12. The spe,aker, VAdm. Howard T. Hayward, Admiral Stroh told the gath-
who retired Sept. 1 after 43 year:s of Navy service and is currently ering, "A great deal of the suc-

vice president for Research and :Development, General Dynamics, cess of this drive depends on you
advised local managers not to become "moment, of decision"ago (keymen). Your contact with everyone -
leaders. in your section will enable -

The three star officer told the in the development of a jet the agencies this campaign
gathering, "Good managementtakes seaplane. The plane failed because l f supports to do more then they

strategic planning to define management failed to understand have before.
objectives and resourcesand the technological com- This year's drive will support

good managers are thoroughly plexities before giving authori- 58 organizations which get money

prepared for the 'moment of zation to build the jet, he explained from the International Service
$3,000 FOR CHARITY.-The 1969 Combined Federal Cam-
National Health A
decision' by doing their home- to local managers.An Agencies, -
work in obtaining analytical information paign got a boost Tuesday afternoon when Cdr. Matthew J. gencies and Jacksonville Area

leading up to impor- example of good manage- Ott (R) presented Admiral Stroh with a $3,000 check, repre- United Fund.
tant decisions. ment, according to the speakerIs senting donations by Jax Navy Exchange employees. At the Pete Boney, chairman of the

the Navy's F4 Phantom jet presentation were Capt. Donald A. Hempson (L), head of the Jax United Fund also spoke at
Planning Important fighter. The retired admiral said the Monday kick off. He pointedout
Navy drive and Rod Pinney, treasurer.
there was much controversy on that many of the 46 agenciesthat
He stressed the Importance of whether to build the plane as a obtain funds for the drive in

management taking economic single or double seat fighter, 30,000 Navy ReservesTo turn are active in helping the
factors into account during the
"The decision build
to a two military man and his family.
planning process. "Today'sweapons seat version allowed the Incorporation Other speakers included Boyd

systems are becoming of a highly sophisticated Get Early ReleaseThe Guttery who spoke on behalf of

electronic device which enables the eight National Health A -

the plane to fly missions Department of the Navy Jax, according to PN1 H. D. gencies and Mrs. Richard Beare
with success at night or under announced Friday that itwill discharge Simmons of the air station's Personnel who represented the four Inter-

poor weather conditions," he about 30,000 sailors Office.. A check with the national Service Agencies.

t .said. ''Th .plane would.. not beaseffective *'\ ,during the .I i>extthreemonths to Station's Transit Personnel Office -
.... .as;{if Is today' :.if: the .'"po rtiall *effectsavings required indicated that ,there. are no Six Mik, C..... .r;

pilot had to fly and also: keep by reduction in FY 69 sailors currently aboard the ..
Tw 0-3s
his eye on the radar scope." military personnel appropriation base eligible for the early re- A..1C.4

and expenditures authorized.." lease. The Transiet Office hand MX' officers aooara the air
-k Build Qualities' Being released will be 2 x 6 les only men and women awaiting station were, listed among the
lIe concluded by telling the reservists those serving two discharge, here for further 940 Navy wide selected for com-

management group that good years' active duty before four transfer or other non ship's mander by the FY 69 line com-

managers; are also leaders and to years of reserve time. Excepted company status. mander selection board.
be effective they should have or from the early out are reservists Vets Benefit Named on the list were Lt.
develop six qualities -- know- in Vietnam, those aboard Sixth Commanders R. C. Beltz of the
ledge, self confidence, enthu- and Seventh Fleet ships and men The Navy message said the NAS Aircraft Maintenance De-
v: siasm, integrity, ability to com- serving as corpsman. early releases will not affect partment Joseph Wall and Harry -
for veteran'sbenefits
municate and sound judgment. anyone's eligiblity A. Hoover of Patrol Squadron
3 Month Plan and those released will
30 and Winfred F. Hampton,
Admiral Hayward is a 1930 recall underlining
be only
subject to
A Navy wide message out- Allen L. Issacs and Robert L.
Navy Academy graduate, naval the circumstances as those
stated that
plan Francke, all of VAP 62.
aviator and Silver Star winner. reservists who have completedOct.
active by
with 18 months duty
Admiral. Haywardmore his 43 of active Also New LieutenantsTwo
During years 1 will be discharged from two years active duty. ,
duty he was often active in the active service. In November those discharged will not be lieutenants junior
and more linked to the development of missiles and air- reeligible for Project Transition,
those with 15 months grade that were not listed inJaxAir -
he stated. "Economic craft. In 1962 lie commander
dollar, according to the Navy Message.
port back to Inactive duty reserve News last week have been
analysis is important for managers of Carrier Division Twowhenthe status and in December those with The, Defense Department said named for promotion to lieu-
all levels. nuclear powered 'Task Force
at months service will be eligible the reduction will save the Navy tenant. They are Charles M.
He that One, USS Enterprise, USS Long
pointed out top managers for discharge. $48 million this year during the Hancock from the NAS Supply De
be carefulin Beach and USS Bainbridge ren-
must The early releases will affect announcement of the early partment and John E. Bronner,
their decisions, citing the loss dezvoused at sea to form Amer-
fewer than 10 men at NAS releases Friday. FICEUR.
of $440-million several vears ica's first atomic surface fleet.

I : Defense Secretory Designates Tomorrow 'Armed Forces Voters Day' I

Tomorrow has been designatedby Information and assistance in No spaces should be left un- vote vary from state to state. military property, (Florida is

the Secretary of Defense as filling out the forms are avail- filled. All entries should be entered In general, qualifications cover an exception) and must intend

Armed Forces Voters Day for able at all command voting of- neatly, clearly and com- citizenship, age, length of resi- to make the new state a per-

1968. On this day, a concen- fices. In general, emphasis in pletely and the individual's mil- dence In the state and voting manent home when retired or
trated effort will be made to filling out the forms is placedon itary address should be com- district and registration.The released from active duty. The
all eligible personnelto legibility, accuracy and com- plete and understandable.More minimum age to vote Is law usually holds that the voting
mail their applications for pleteness. specific information on 21 in all states except Alaska, residence of the wife is the
Georgia Hawaii and Kentucky. same as the husband's.Registration.
absentee ballots if they have Accuracy Essential registration and voting require-
not already done so. ments in each individual state in Georgia and Kentucky, 18year
For personnel who have not Delay may occur in forwarding can be obtained by contacting unit olds may vote. Alaska fixed the

mailed in their applications, tomorrow of an absentee ballot and may voting officers... minimum age for voting at 19 Nearly all states require some
should serve as a reminder cost the individual opportunity to Vote and Hawaii bestows the voting form of registration, that is,
:. Eligibility
to obtain the Federal Post to vote if the forms are care- privilege on its citizens at getting on the state's list of

Card Application, (FPCA), for lessly prepared. Eligibility\ requirements to age 20. qualified voters, but the proce-
\ absentee ballots and have them Every state requires a mini- dures Many states permit
of residence. These vary.
t completed and mailed as soon as CPO Club Coitrict Award mum requirements period again vary from reglstration-by absentee processand
possible. will a qualified -
some register
Application post cards are available Capt. Henry O. Cutler, NAS Jax commanding officer, an- state to state. The state, cityor
at NAS Education Office, nounced yesterday morning that the contract has been let county (township) in which a voter at the same time they

Bldg. 955 and all command and for construction of a new chief petty officers club aboard person lived before ring mil except a Federal Post Card Application -
itary or federal service usuallyis or a voter absentee bal
squadron voting officers have an base.In .
ample supply for personnel. making the announcement, Captain Cutler said that considered his legal residencefor lot. In other states, a voter must
Some states require that absentee the contractor will begin construction on the new club in voting elsewhere. Navy personnel be registered before applying for
ballots be received a dayor the near future.and that the contract calls for the facilityto desiring to acquire a new a4 allot.

before electionday,most be finished in 270 days. voting residence must meet the
more be receivedat The Richard M. Jenson Company of Mobile, ,Ala., won legal requirements of the new More specific Information on
require that ballots be the contract with a low bid of .$444.43 out of nine sub state. They must have lived within registration and voting require-
least in time to processed mitted. Next week's edition of JaxAirNews' will carry a that state for the required ments in each individual state

and in the hands of election 'story giving further details of the new club. length of time, normally must can be obtained by contactingunit
officials before polls close on officers.
r not have resided exclusively on voting
r.2 election day.



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September 19, 1968

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Editorial View Point .,( -

: St. Edwards Chapel

A Fill-TiMt Job for Evtryou SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.
Despite the sophisticated and futuristic devices used by both the SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
"good guys" and the "bad guys" in the present-day spy movies, CONFESSIONS - 5 p.m.-
books and television shows for gathering intelligence, one of the 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
oldest and most effective methods of picking up military information TUESDAY
is still to eavesdrop on military personnel in their everyday con- Single Young Catholic Organ
versation. ization - 7:30 p.m.

Science and technology have developed electronic detectors, long-
range microphones, bugging devices and anti-bugging devices. But U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
the one thing that can't be changed or completely controlled is the Luke's Chapel
human element .- the unknowing or inadvertent disclosure of a R
piece of vital classified information by an individual during the courseof SUNDAY MASS - 8:00 a.m.
a conversation.It's PROTESTANT
this one slip that just might give our enemies a vital pieceto SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
the intellegence jigsaw puzzle they are trying to put together. "' -
Certainly a great deal can be learned by our enemies by simply PROTESTANTAll
Ad Hoc Panel
reading the newspapers, news magazines, government publications SECNAV PANEL .- The Secretary of the Navy's Saints' Chapel
) on Industrial Fund Management visited NARF Sept. II.
,,' The visits certain industrial fund activities to discuss -
group SUNDAY
( (C .( ( and obtain first hand views of industrial fund problems. CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.

Panel members included six admirals, four other officers and Blgd. #722
( ( ) /J i} six high ranking civilians. Divine Worship Service10:00
a.m. Bldg /# 722.
t41iiii Junior Youth Fellowship. 6p.m.
I ;)
o Safety Tips on BoatingBoating WEDNESDAYSenior Bldg. #722. .

( ,, J s has become a popularpasttime for many people. With the Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.

( 'il- i ( many lakes and rivers in Florida people are able to enjoy boating THURSDAY
: Adult Club 7
( more and more. Here are some boating tips to help you enjoy it more. p.m.
"it .fj. 11-;'" ff'$ Before leaving home, check the weather, at least a day before you Bldg. #722.Christian .
Science Service --
plan to take a cruise. Get to know signs of the weather changes by #
and the like. Often we read about an operation or piece of equip- the different cloud formations. Check radio weather reports and the 7:30 p.m. Bldg. 722.
ment in the news media that is supposedly classified. newspapers for storm warnings. Keep an eye on the weather at all -------.
Stop and think for a moment though. Is the complete story really times while on your cruise. Let a friend know where you plan to rI ,
there, published for all to read, or have one or two vital pieces cruise and when you will return. Tell the dock attendant, too.
been left out -- pieces that you might know about because you work Before leaving the dock, make sure you have enough fuel for the Traffic j jI
with that item of equipment or on the particular operation? trip back, and carry a spare can of gasoline. If you have an outboard I i
Those are the pieces the enemy is looking for and can afford to motor, take along a few quarts of oil, you'll have to mix It with
sift through a lot of useless duplicated information to find. One slipon the emergency gas If your regular supply runs out.
your part may not give them all they want, but combined with When fueling an outboard motor,fill the fuel tanks on the dock. Keep Violations IThe [
the careless slips of many others, it can help provide the piecesto tanks and deck around the engine clean and dry to eliminate fire
an intelligence jigsaw puzzle fatal to our country. hazards. Double check proper mixture of oil and gasoline. Too little
Security of information is not to be taken lightly. Our enemies oil can cause engine damage. Too much oil will result In a smoky following is a report of
have sworn to bury us and our way of life and they will use every exhaust, fouled spark plugs, plugged exhaust ports and sticking motor vehicle accidents and traf-
sneaky, dirty, devious trick In the book to do it. Highly technicalor piston rings. fic violations for the period September -
classified information should not be the subject of casual con- An inboard motor should be filled before dark. Shut down all ,3 through 9. ,
versation. Don't try to use" your knowledge of classified matters to machinery that might cause sparks. FORBID, SMOKING. Close alL Number/of/ accidents. 'k
impress people and don't get careless in your conversation. Some- hatches, ports, doors and keep a fire extinguisher handy. When This Week - - --12
body is probably listening to you--possibly the wrong people. filling your gas tank leave enough room for gasoline expantlon. After Total accidents this year through
fueling, open all ports, hatches and doors. Let the boat air out at Sept. 9--------- 263
A Modern Parable least five minutes. Smell for gasoline, if any is spilled, wipe it up. Number of accidents through
Check spaces below before starting any electrical equipment.As September 1967 - -- 275
you get under way, make a mental picture of the shoreline Total number 'f da>L since last
: By Lt. T. F. Johnson, CHC in case you came back after dark. Let the crew members or pas- injury in a motor vehicle accident -

A modern parable was handed to me that had appeared in the per- sengers help you navigate. This provides more cruising pleasurefor - - 12
son's home church bulletin. It's food for thought for everyone and all concerned, and adds an Important margin of safety. Number of Violations
I wish to share it with you. Watch for floating debris, a small looking object may be big enoughto This Week - - 89
"And behold, a certain church prepared a service of worship and damage the hull of your boat. If you must go through a patch of Speeding - - 12
invited all the menfcers to come, saying; "Come, for the ministerand seaweed, cut your power to trolling speed. Stay clear of shallow Reckless Driving - -2
choir, and organist and ushers have made things ready and we Water, a light green or yellowish color of water means shoals or Going through Stop Sign -3
are to worship God.' But lo, there came from many peoples talesof shallows. Take soundings with a line with knots or pieces of cloth Other Violations -s.. 72
woe and weariness. attached at 2-foot intervals. Don't go through breakers, you may Thirty-eight drivers appeared:
The first to speak said: "All week have I labored and unceasingly capsize or crash on the rocks. \ before the Traffic HearingBoardat
; yea until very late in the past night. I must rest this day. Or, ifI Never run a boat at night unless you know its operation in the the meeting held on Sept. 12.
rise early, I can face a-multitude of odd duties of this house, and daytime. Running lights are a must. Get to know familiar lights Disposition of the cases includedthe
as a last resort, there is the Sunday paper to read. I pray thee, have ashore. If you leave .from a lakeshore cottage or cabin in the daytime, following: six lost driving and
me excused." and expect to return after dark, leave a light burning, it will be your parking privileges aboard station
Another spoke: "I have bought a car, and my family doth make a guide back. for various periods; five were
clamor to be taken hither and yon on this day. The distance of the You show your true boating colors by the speed at which you passa assigned to complete an eight-
run makes it necessary that we leave early and return late. It gasoline dock or where boats are circling and waiting their turn hour course in remedial driving;
leaves us no time to attend church. I pray thee, have me excused." to come in and fuel up. High speed produces high wake, and small eight received suspensionseightwere ;
And another said: "I have children, and behold;oy the time they boats with low transoms can take In water from such a wake, or given warnings; 14 were
are dressed, fed, and sent to Sunday School, I have reached the end even capsize. At the very least, the wake will cause discomfort to dismissed; five were fined (US
of my Sunday enthusiasm. I pray thee, understand, and have me others, and brand the offender as an unthinking fellow with little Commissioner); and one was referred .
excused. regard for others. to his commanding officer -
And many other excuses did come from the people. Fishing, skiing, cruising, chugging around -- these are all pleasant for possible disciplinaryaction.
And one day dark clouds came. War and crime and corruption and worthwhile boating activities. But they only begin the fun you can Thirty three drivers
flourished greatly in their midst. These people began to raise a have with your boat. Consider planning unusual sightseeing trips::; were assessed 94 traffic points.
great hue and make bitter lament when their children and youth i Swimming: snorkeling and skin diving can be exciting in secluded
became victims to this darkness. With one accord they cried: out-of the-way places. Just be sure to take along the proper
'Why doesn't the church do something about these things?' equipment. .
Verily, I say unto you they never realized: In all events, however, the Rules of the Road, common sense,
THEY ARE THE CHURCH! safety and boating courtesy must be exercised to avoid spoiling the
fun with an accident or injury.
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The JAN AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper t,
distributed each Thursday at the U, S. Nava! Air Station, ( 1L \ .
Jacksonville: Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, C-b (
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR -" r :
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Uo* .I' . "_
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub .
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone Is
772 3118 or 3119. /.:

Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries
concerning such should be directed 10:

The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. ?1:

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VOL. 26 NO. 26 SEPTEMBER 19, 1968 -.a..... Thomas, adjusts the TV monitors -
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\\'fEI'1WIK ONLY 9\OWS Occ'INa': WAY WHEN 1WRE'S daily broadcast aboard the attack ..
VI Ps ABoARp' aircraft carrier USS Con .
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September 19, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page.3

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>,. I Photos by AA Steve G. Stillings

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The prirriary mission of a Naval Attack Squadron is to deliver
ordnance to designated target areas, and when that gets done and the ,'' t Aro, ) .. T.j0 .. .
s s'
jets are shrieking overhead to the thunderous blast of secondaries, Ey o >=Ca; p 'tp
no one doubts that the pilots are on the job.

But unless another Individual has been on the job, the sound and
fury will do little good. This key man is the guy who handles the

ordnance.That's what it says in the press release from VA 172, the "blue ii _
Bolts", training at Cecil before deploying, and these photos by AA y9
Steve G. Stillings bear out the words. Five pound practice bombsto ___
2,000 pound blockbusters, the ordnanceman sees the lot in his j
twenty four hour grind out on the borders of the free world. L.- ;
And Cecil Is where he learns his trade,right along with the men he, a ; I Iy
a modern knight's squire in blue denim, arms for combat. _

And learns well, if the reports from Cecil Squadrons deployedoff @ P ,'M
the Republic of Viet Nam are to be believed. (See Page 10.)

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>, HOMEWORK-Attention ;detail .will,i-pay off later for (I to r) Lt. Don Boose, A02,Planner/ ILOADINGlt's

a -H and Ledoux. (U.S. Navy Photo.) .

AS SEHBL Y..Musclework to back up the brainpower as (I tor
) A02 Flannery, AOAN Tom Abbott and AN Edward Grimes
manhandle the ordnance. (U.S. Navy Photo). Driving

t Cecil Field has announcedthe
establishment of the Na-
L; M ''s tional Safety Council's "De-
q fensive Driving" Course on
VISIT 1I Yyjf base. The course is eight
hours long and will be con-
ducted in two four hour ses-
sions in Building 39. Two
tI1J1Th'$ groups tion. Voluntary will take the attendancewill instruc-

55,)) 'M S be from eight a.m.
to noon Sept. 24 and 26. Remedial -
PONTIAC attendance will be from
MAIN AT ORANGE c't 3.eight a.m. to noon Oct. 1 and

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I ,I New 7500 Sta.dardsAffect Federal Nurses IL ILCivii I t Service News ]J JlIa.i.

Revised classification and standards recognize nursing as
I qualification standards for pro- an occupation in which incum-
fessional nurse positions in the bents progress at two grade Prft"rnm Jobs RevealedMerit
Federal service have been Issued intervals (GS 5, 7, 9)), and ,
j by the Civil Service Com- the usual pattern in other pro- n. I I Wl'1, .. ... - --

mission. fessions. NARF, Engineer, GS -5,7,9 and 11.
The new standards, which will Many non supervisory nurse promotion opportunities of consideration: FAETU- Area of consideration: Nation-
be received by agencies in Sept- positions will be upgraded from currently open for receipt of ap- NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, wide. Applications will be
ember or October, will apply to GS 6 to GS 7, or from GS- plications are listed below. The LANT ,Naval Hospital, Navy Recruiting until the needs of the ser-accepted -
about 7,500 positions, primarilyin 7 to GS 9 as a result of area of consideration and closing Commissary Stores Vector vice are met and will be consid-
the Defense agencies, the changes in the standards. How- date of each is shown. Station Disease ered as received.
Public Health Services and the ever, a substantial number of MPB No. 72 67 Plan D Control Center and Resident
MPB No. 45 68 Shorthand
District of Columbia Govern- positions will remain properly grade levels GS 4 and below, Storage Office,Jacksonville.Applications GS G and GS
ment. classified at grades GS 6 and MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all for these positions will Reporter 7
For the first time, the new GS 8 where the work is organized skilled positions pay level seven be accepted at any time. A-separate and MPB No. 147 68 Super-
in that manner. and below and MPB No. 83.67 application must be filed for visory Industrial Engineer, GS -
mmLfI The standard does not apply Plan B all skilled positionspay each position In which interested. 13. Area of consideration: Na-
directly to supervisory nurse level eight and above. Area MPB No. 158 67 Industrial tionwide. Applications will be accepted -
positions. Entrance levels for through the close of busi-
{ Lifts f che>.IW nurses without experience remain ness September 30.
t the same as in the pre- Disability Retirees Must MPB No, 149 68 Supervisory
I rk Limit sent standard. Nurses with pre- Aerospace Engineer, GS 15.
i vious professional experience, Area of consideration: Nation-
\ Students however, may be eligible for appointment Refund Severance PayThe wide. Applications be accepted -
employed under the to full performancelevel through the close of busi-
Stay In School
program may positions at higher grades. ness October 10.
\ be employed up to 16 hours a Civil Service Commissionhas drawing severance pay and the MPB No. 150 68 General
j week while attending school and Layette Sewers To Meet urged Federal agencies to employee found himself indebted Engineer GS 12. Area of
i up to 40 hours a week during Navy Relief Layette Sewers make every effort to advise em- for the severance pay from the consideration: NAS, NARF
school vacations without concern meet Wednesday at the Navy ployees who will receive sever- date of separation to the date of NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, FAE-
for the total number of
worked the Relief Office between 10 a.m. ance pay upon separation that if retirement approval.The TULANT, Naval Hospital, Navy
The Civil during Service year.has removed and 2 p.m. Ladies with portable they apply and are found eligiblefor commission pointed out Commissary Stores Navy Re-
machines disability annuity they Station, Disease Vector
sewing are requested a cruiting
the 1040 hour service limi- that because an employee can
to bring them to the will have to refund severance within Control Center, and Resident
tation on such employees. file for a disability annuity -
sewing meet. payments. one year of separation and Storage Office, Jacksonville.Applications -
--- Several have the
cases come to will be accepted
Commission's attention recentlyin since severance payments gen- through the close of business
which an employee's application erally begin with the pay period September 30.
gJwff1azER for disability retirement following separation,an employ- MPB No. 152 67 Military
was received and approved ee's indebtedness canbe substantial Pay Clerk (Typing) GS 4.
after the employee began -- up to one year's pay. Area of consideration : Navy

Finance Office, NAS, NARF,
-- -- -- - - - -------------------------
TULANT Hospital Navy
An ideal setting for Squadron Parties, Wives' Club Meet. MONEY Commissary Stores, Navy Re-

ings, Bridge Luncheon, etc. Delicious Food served in a Cash Monthly Months cruiting Station, Disease Vector
delightful old world atmosphere. For information and Control Center and Resident
I reservations call Mrs. Pike at 264 6070 or 264 9920.. IN 1 DAY You Get Payment ta PayS Storage Office,Jacksonville.Applications -
84.33 5.00; 24 will be accepted
through the close. of business
219.27 "+ .13.0,0 24 October 14. "
'$25 to $V00 MPB No. 155 68 Safety
320.79 19.00 24 Clerk (Stenography) GS 4.
Area of consideration: NAS
25.00 24
We are Proud to Announce ARRANGED 427.51 NARF, NARTU COMFAIRJAX,
500.51 29.00 24 FAETULANT, Naval Hospital
Navy Commissary Stores, Navy
Jack Fisher BY PHONE 600.00 34.39 24Payments Recruiting Station Disease Vec-
tor Control Center and Resident
fUSN Ret.) include interest. Storage Office Jacksonville.Ap-
I plications will be accepted
1 through the close of business
e DiaL FINANCE COMPANY October 16.

MPB No. 157 68 Produc-
4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384-2314 tion Superintendent (A/C) GS -
15. Area of consideration: Na-
ypp a 2-11 ULSl FOKSYll! ST. DIAL J% 0715
tionwide. Applications will be
525' (, HLU BOULr.V\I /) 1 IHAt 1 ( J'l/l' ) /! ) of
the close
4 I accepted through .
business October 21.

All applicants must be careeror

1 1j 1I j GUARANTEED ployees career of the- conditional Federal govern-'em-
SF 171
ment. Application Forms
I, 1 HEADLIGHTALIGNMENT or 57 for these positions shouldbe
I filed with IRD, Box 22, NAS
Jacksonville Fla., 32212.

is now associated with
Powell PlymouthJack 0000000000

invites his many friends at NAS Jax and
Cecil to come in and talk with him about the -IkI: Same ment Type as used Equip in

purchase of a new or used car. He is eager to State Inspections!
see his old friends and make many new ones at

his new place of business.See ;i v Y ys SINGLE "E L 1tMEdiCO"

Jack and Save At
i r'k ;+ +1y
q 9Ni i V $250
Powell Plymouth

+, 16iyr
1218 San Marco Blvd.
JacksonvillePhone y I" DOUBLE
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September 19. 19I I

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w. r j I NATTCl I Squadron-45 Visits IBeserveCounferparf

By June Goff I ITax

PNC Leonard L. Curry Jr. retired - -

from the Navy Friday,after Patrol Squadron Forty- quently, they 'showed the VP-45
completing over 28 years of ser- bid welcome to the newest command: presentation and presented -
vice. Capt. R. P. Kline, com Five of its family recentlyas the Antisubmarine War-

manding officer Naval Air Tech member Red Darter crew visitedthe fare movie, "To Catch a Shadow"
nical Training Center, transferred a newly designated followed by a comprehensive

Chief Curry to the United squadron's augmenting squadron.VP question and answer session con-

States Naval Fleet Reserve dur- reserve 45X2 based at NAS New ducted by the VP-45 officers,
4 4J. ing the ceremony held in the Orleans.As- Lt. Slaney Lt. A.L. Curtis

captain's office. a result of a recent realignment and Lt. F.A. Lehardy.A .
Capt. Kline presented Chief of the Naval Air Reserve series of Introductory flights
7 Curry with a Letter of Appreciation reserve wings was then flown for the reserve
Dur- program
14'N which read in part, squadron personnel in the
and squadrons have been renamed VP-45
ing the years spanned by your
the Naval Air Reserve Lockheed P-3A Orion aircraft.
have had duty in var-
career you
divided into VP-45X2 currently maintains
andat Force and have been
ious activities, both ashore
RETIRES -- PNC Curry receives letter of appreciation from sea. During. you sea duty two basic categories.In the flying in the P-3's predecessor proficiency

Capt. R. P. Kline, CO NATTC.Chief's assignments you survived the the first* category or main- the SP-2E Neptune. ,
USS Oklahoma at "hardware' squadrons
sinking of the
aircraft and report On one of the Indoctrination
Pearl Harbor and USS Colhoun tain their own
Oki to the fleet as a unit upon flights, the VP-45 aircraft par-
Son Selected on radar picket station near
mobilization. ticipated in a fly-by for the American -
nawa. You also on
I aircraft carriers. Augmenting squadrons, on the Veterans' Convention which

Your outstanding performanceand other hand, have no planes of was being held in New Orleans.
Outstanding Recruit sincere devotion to duty have their own, but report to their Among the spectators were Gen.

earned you the Good Conduct respective parent squadrons up- William Westmoreland, Army
Jax--Airman Edward W. Ziz- cruit Command, said the new Medal ((8th Award), National on mobilizations. Under the new chief of staff and former commander -

vari, the son of a master chief Navyman was "selected for this Defense Service, Medal with system, augmenting squadronshave ; U.S. Military assistance
petty officer assigned to Com- honor by his Company Commander -. bronze star, Navy Unit Com- taken the name of their Command, Vietnam, and John J.

mander Fleet Air Jacksonville's by virtue of his initiative, mendation Medal, American Defense parent squadrons with appro- McKiethan, governor of Louisi-

Operations Department, has been perseverance, and devotion to Medal, Asiatic Pacific priate additions. Thus, VP882of
selected as the outstanding recruit duty. Medal with three stars, American NAS New Orleans has become ana.After being shown the sightsof

for his company at Recruit After attending the Universityof Theater Medal, World War VP-45X2. New Orleans by the officersof

Training Command, San Diego, Tennessee for two years,Ziz- .II Victory Medal, Navy Occupation Soon after the realignment was VP-45X2 Saturday night, the
Calif. vari entered the Navy in July Service Medal, China Ser- announced, Cdr. Kenneth Condra, VP-45 crew conducted more lectures -
The 19-year-old airman, the under the Junior College Pro- vice Medal (Extended), United executive officer of VP-45X2, and aircraft tours on Sun-
son of AFCM and Mrs. JuliasE. gram and expects to attend Avia- Nations Service Medal, Korean visited the Red Darters here in day before returning to Jackson

Zizvari, 7347 Greenway Dr., tion Electronics Technician "A" Service Medal with five stars, Jacksonville and invited them to ville.

Jacksonville, will graduate from School at Memphis, Tenn., after Korean Presidential Unit Cita- pay a call on his squadron in

boot camp tomorrow. Young Ziz completion of recruit training tation Medal, and the Armed the near future.Accordingly Marine Air Chief
vari received a letter of commendation Young Zizvari embarks on his Forces Expeditionary Medal."
at a captain's meri- first enlistment as his father Crew 32 under the
torious mast. In a letter to his nears the completion of 30 yearsin Before his retirement, Chief command of Lt. J.L. Slaney departed Sets Visit Here

parents, Capt. H.F. Fischer, uniform. The chief will retireon Curry was chief in chargeof on Aug. 24, for a two-
commanding officer of the Re- 30 years in January 1970. the Military Personnel Of- day indoctrination trip to NAS Jax--Brig. Gen.Robert P.Kel-

fice.Chief New Orleans to visit VP-45X2. ler, commanding officer of the
Curry and his wife Anne Upon arrival at New Orleans, Marine Air Reserve Training

have four children: Leonard L. the Red Darters were welcomedand Command/4th Aircraft Wing, is

MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE III, Kathleen, Patrick and Mi Introduced to the officers scheduled to visit Marine Attack

chelle. They will continue to and men of VP-45X2. Subse- Squadron (VMA-142)), Reserve

ASS Ranks All Ages Orange reside Park.at 400 Janell Drive, Group (MARG- 14)and) the Ma-

. 'GiIdu lilt DMTs'Stulsd rine Air Reserve Training De-
tOW RATES tachment Sunday.He .
AK3 W. / ,
George Foote, II was
will arrive 11:45
at a.m.
EASY advanced to his present rate on by 0'WI,.. in a T-33, a two seated jet
.MONTHLYPAYMENTS Sept; 16. Cdr. W. J. Tutwiler,
trainer, and will be piloting the
executive officer, conducted the Jax -- Take off your shoes, plane. The.. first event on the general's -
brief ceremony held in the com shorten skirts let down
your visit Is a non briefingby
mander's office.
your hair as the Jacksonville Lt. Col. John Rapp, CO of
Officer Foote
reportedto Officers Wives Club stages Its the MARTD and Lt. Col. Maurice
Naval Air Technical
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE Training annual Fall Charity Benefit Sept. Murphy CO of VMA-142. He
Center on Sept. 8, 1966, after
28, celebrating "Golden Rule will then add res sail of the squadron -
UNDERWRITERS INC. Naval completing recruit Center training at Days, '68" from 7 p.m. to 1 and detachment officers at a
Training Great
a.m. at the Officers Club.
luncheon the Officer's
special at
(Formerly McDonald's Insurance) Lake, 111. He is presently assigned The evening features partici- .Club.
the AE School.
6479 ...sv.It II,.. 38-776 pation in any stage of education The highlight of the day will

from elementary through junior- be an award ceremony where
Call Us Anytime The First Marine Division senior and college days and rem- General Killer will present the

landed at Inchon, Korea, Sept. iniscing with the"good old songs" Bronze St&r Medal, 2nd award,
15, 11150. played by the ComFairJax Band and a Navy Achievement Medalto
and an "Up With People'" sing 1st Lfl. William B. Powell

NIININInNINNINIIIIIIIIRtIfl SPACIOUS &'NINIIIIIININIIIINNINNNIIIII PEACEFUL out group. Celebrate graduationwith for heroism while serving with

a diploma while enjoyingthe Marine Helicopter Squadron265in
4 MARSHALL ACRES 1 fine beefeaters buffet at $7 the Republic of South Viet-

93V 103rd St. g per couple. nam. Also, Cpl. Edmond J. Au-
Jacktonville'c newest & 1
most modem mobile homecommun.1ty 5 No one can go through school gustyniak will be presented gold
Is now open for I without a sweetheart, so a sweet- stars In lieu of his second and
i. your lots Large'44z75 heart for the evening will be selected third Air Medals for aerial flight

ONLY $35 PER MO. I by a penny a'vote which while serving In South Vietnam.
Swimming pool, tennis court. 5 will go to the charities. General Keller will depart
shuffleboard court. B-B-Q 3
pit picnic tables will be 1 Military and retired personnelmay Jacksonville at 4 p.m. for the
iyr, y,, i iR built for your enjoyment. | purchase tickets through flight back to his headquartersat
act today call
l EL VERANO MOTOR COURT I Sept. 25 from their units or NAS, Glenview, HI.
Mr. F.S. Martin. Manager from the Officers Clubs at NAS,

359-2924 I Ifor Cecil Field or Mayport. Increase your earning powerby

R full del site 1MmflNnilMUIINIIIHIIIIIHIIIMIIIIIIIHIMIUIIUiniMinNWIIIli All proceeds will go to naval taking advantage of the off.
r I and civilian charities.. duty educational opportunities
available to you.


APARTMENTS I liji.jililiyyjlll j I II I I' !

....Iec..... ..Or...It.... ..Week ANwtfU with cmnpict cv..tiM mtA Would you like to earn $2, $3, $4
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10Jr. 5 t. :II ........... hours to suit your. own sChedule?

iiautuono Rolli m: ..........,..,."" ""KIItt I-*, f._ You
.. cNM.sI..d.dMth.e.lteslgud.. .... can work in 50 states and 5 foreign countries. Take this
Job when
CECIL ::: you you go.
HAS Of course you'll be glad. to know there's
jAR HAS LOCATED ONC SLOCK EAST OF UA17 AND no investment of any k nd. ,
ORANGE PARK If you can qualify, start after 12 hours of I
KL.Nlley Ave. (SR ZZ4) FOR FURTHER INFORMATION company furnished training. :;" ;',It '
I ell)' Hail] \
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You .
Stnne Avg. may find a new career
CALL 264-2711 you will need
) after you get out of the service. I did'

i H 1AReOLES OR EVENINGS 264.6648 Phone me, Paul Gibson, 359 6969 for an
to our Gulf Life Tower office.

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1\I\ September 19, 1968 ::1


I RWuiiiy COiii ai

Is Schtdiltd ij $ '

CECIL -- The Reading Dy- b
namic class advertised recentlyon
Cecil bulletin boards will begin e'
Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. [In Build- :
ing 39. Industrial Relations Department Ap
Training Room 122 is )

the designated classroom.If r, ig7 ,, jN
you have already enrolledor
plan to, you should deliver
',<< ;\:>;<<> ? your registration fee ($25)) in the
form of a postal money order or
( a certified check to the Educa- j 7fA
Jnt tional Services Office of the Ad-
_.......-..-.-- ; 1; : ministration Building as soon as
possible. Deadline for registration -
) SKIPPER TO ENGINEER--Captaln( ) Fretwell took command is Sept. 25.:) BIG 'UN-AI Gregory, general foreman for Public Works killed
1 of a Seaboard Coastline Railroad switch engine Friday Sept. For any additional informationor this Rattler Sept. 12 on Perimeter Road where Sal Taylor
13 for a brief tour of the Base by rail. The line runs from registration cards, contact Creek enters the station. The snake had six rattles and one I
j. Cecil Field through Yellowater Field and to Highway 90 and the Educational Services Office button, and was 5' 6" long.
is used to deliver supplies to both facilities. The Captain at Extension 8164. --
1 I was joined by his exec. Cdr. Douglas, and the Public Works Cecil PX
i Officer, Cdr. Banni ster. Both Capt. Fretwell and Cdr. Doug-
; las took turns at the helm of the locomotive.

I eBob's Oak Hill Tops Navy.

Pure Service CenterOpen CECIL -- The Navy Exchangeat
Cecil Field was featured in
the July September edition of
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
Magazine as one of the top ex -
road service pick up & delivery changes in the Navy.
Citing profit versus expenses -
3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771-3385 mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars gross the net contributions of

each department of exchange,

LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS. 103rd & Jammes Road and overall profits and sales
. 771 9156 Jacksonville, FloridarfwmJti' growth as the determining
factors, the magazine said that
i t MIXED/ DRINKS FOR the Cecil PX had obtained the
! best operating performance with
II t Half Price respect to attaining planned ob-
! : : i1 .Jk. of
Q jectives. Inmany areas operation -
it went on, the Cecil
, I III store had exceeded both plans
DANCING EVERY NIGHT SUMMER and expectations.The .
0 MOTORS Cecil Exchange was tops
DRIVE-IN SERVICE 'CLEARANCE::: Navy wide for April of 1968,
in a competition with 23 other
CASE LOTS at 14434 Handing 11,11.1 -A-L-E Class V branches of the Navy
;i; (NEXT TO ) Exchange. The magazine each
i:_ _.>..o ,_ ;. Up:.9CWW_ :.H& month selects an exchange as tops
; << <"" ;.x< x.
WHOLESALE PRICES for that month."I .
40 F.rll Wagon $215 was really Surprised whenI
I read the article," said D. R.
Stowell, branch manager of the
40 Chmtltf 4 Door Hard Top 350 Cecil Exchange. "I had no idea

we were even under considera .

62 ViliBll 2 Door 650 tion."
He has been with the Navy Exchange -
System for thirteen
5f F.Nl Wagon 295 and at Cecil for two years. lIe
began his exchange career at
'0 Chwrtltt 4 Door 295 NAS Jax.
I How did he do if?

64 Cmtif Monza Coupe 595 "Just operating within the specified -
4Vk budget," he said. "In some
cases below. Just keeping the
| e WE BEAT ALL COMPETITION 771-4216 operation reasonable."
Mr. Stowell Is a Jacksonville
kmcMHan viCMt %% gaat'c
sales and sales management for
local firms before coming into
WPDQIN the Navy Exchange System.




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Monday Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. FRIDAY, SEPT.27-8:00 P.M.
Thursday: 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. PRICES IN ADVANCE-4:00-3:50-3:00 French Fries fill K r
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26 226
Special Services Offices. 1
Monday I Friday: 10:00 a.in. ",2:00 p.m. MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED also available-SEND CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO JACKSONVILLE 103rd St. & Handing( Blvd./
Military Pay Days M:00) ) a.tI3:00\ : p.m. COLISEUM JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 32302 AND ENCLOSE SELF.ADDRESSED Call 771.7291 771-3103 k
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September 19 1968

MoviesMovies ClashSchedules .., _. ,I
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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 BLUE JACKETS INN -- Tonight Ads should be mailed the Holt
to Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville' ,
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun. Phil Cay and the Mantels Florida, 32210, to. arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
and holidays. The Hospital Theater will provide the beat for the Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following' week unless the
: will have one nightly featureat dancers and the Go-Go Girls, publisher .is 'instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
7 p.m. Cecil Field will have from 8 to midnight. Tomorrow be received' WITH the copy for the ad.

, two nightly shows during the week evening, Phil Cay and his girls
at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Matinees will will return from 9 p.m. until D, Not Send Cisli
be shown on weekends at 2 and 1 a.m. Saturday, the club will
t 5 p.m. Ratings: A Adults, feature a matinee from 2 to 6
GA General Audience, S Sup- p.m. starring the Standard Pro- Kits: Minimum dirge ((3 11.5)). . . . .$2.00rer

erior, E Excellent VG duction. Phil the
Cay, Mantels
I Very Good, G Good, F Fair, and the Go-Go-Girls will return Hitioml line ((4 words per line). . . 0.50
" CNA Class Not Available. for the evening performance.

Sunday, the Nu Sounds will be
Thursday, Sept. 19 under the lights from 2 to 6 p.m.

: CROWN AFFAIR" dral. September 23, the famed GOLDEN SEW Mile no. of NAS. Clean
starring Steve McQueen Marshmallow Steamshovel will Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. USED AS A DEMONSTRATOR modem"' trailers & Apts. 389-
and AlE Dunaway. (Color Dra- be the featured performers from Terms. Call Owner 3877379.DO ONLY. Like new,4 dr.desk.Does 3007.
ma) ((102 mins.) 8 p.m. until midnight. September all this withoutattachmentsBut-
will present his tonholes, fancy designs, blind
THE APES" starring Charleton JOCKEY? For Information call NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of
Spot Light Review, featuring exotic hems, overcasts, winds bobbin
Heston and Roddy McDowall. 355 4834. Day or night. Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn.
dancers from 8 p.m. until through needle. Bal. $41 or$5.20mo.
(Color Science Fiction) A M/E midnight. The Crystal Cathedralwill FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Free home trials. 771-8211 Apts. Newly painted, 2BR, LR,
((112 mins.) Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking.
be on hand 25. Dealer
September Houses &
C. FIELD: "WHAT'SSO BAD Apts. Equity, VA & Water, Sewage & Garbage Incld.
Happy held
Monday FHA
ABOUT FEELING GOOD?" star- resales $50 & $100 dwn. HELP WANTED Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call
ring George Peppard and Mary through ACEY Friday DEUCY, from- Tomorrow 5 to 6 p.m.is Call Powell or Mills, USN Plumber's Helpers, Exp. in pipe 387-2541, nltes or weekends Call
Tyler Moore. (Color Comedy) Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park work, apply Don Harris Plumbing 389-0744. Plenty of Vacancies.
come as you are night and Mark Realty.
GA/E ((94 mins.) Castle and his Dance Band will Military-Free Notary. Co., 4029 Blanding Blvd.

Friday, Sept. 20 provide the music. Saturday the Unclaimed Layaway DARDEN MOBILE HOME STEREO COMBINATION $63
Four Clubs will be under the
NAS: "FLIGHT TO FURY" lights and John Lunsford and the Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma- Subdivision, 9416 Crystal SpringsRd. take up payments on beautiful
starring Martin.. Adventure chine. Makes ., 781 2127. Close to Cecil like 4 record
Dewey ( Eight Balls will be on stage buttonholes, fancy stereo new. speed
Drama) CNA blind hems. Field 85x91' Lg. Lots, water, Balance due$63. $8
((85 mins) Sunday. Game night begins at designs, Paybal.$25cash changer. or
HOSPITAL: "THOM AS 6 p.m. Sunday. Happy Hour is or $5 mo. Dealer. Free paved roads, patioSINGERS per month. Phone 353-1946 any-
CROWN AFFAIR". Monday through Wednesday from home trial 771-9106 anytime. FOR $25 time. Ask for Credit Manager.
C. FIELD "PLANETOFTHEAPES" Will deliver, no obligation. A-l
: 4:30 until 6:30
p.m. Sewing Machines, left in storage.
CPO CLUB Tonight all pizzas BELLAIR BILLIARDS Good condition. Does everything, Music .Center, 1606 Main St.

Saturday, Sept. 21 will go for $.75. Tomorrow dineon SNOOKER & POOL complete with attachments. Jacksonville
the seafood special and danceto Open Daily, Yours for storage charge, $25.
NAS: "SWEET NOVEMBER" the music of Mark Castle. Bellair Shopping Center each. Call 353-1946. Will deliver, ORANGE PARK
starring Sandy Dennis and Saturday, the Tune Twisters will No obligation.A-l WAREHOUSE TROPICAL SETTING
Anthony Newly. (Color Romantic provide the dance music and the FOR RENT 2 BR HOUSE FURN. 1606 MAIN ST. EXECUTIVE AREA
t Drama) A MVG ((114 menu will include a sirloin steak Orange Park, Will rent to TAD HOLLY POINT
mins.) for $1.65. Personnel or Bachelors. 264, NAVY WIFE WORK PART OR 4 BR, 2 Baths, Corner F'place,
HOSPITAL: "FLIGHT TO FU "LUTHERAN SERVICE CEN- 6884. FULLTI 1E. We train new com- between LR & DR, Lge. Mod.

RY"C. TER -- Tomorrow, the Harvest DELRAY MANOR pany in area. Call 781-1148 or Kit., Wooded Lot, Will refinance
FIELD: "THOMAS CROWN Moon Ball will be held at the 110th- & 771-7939 FHA or VA $28,500.VIRGINIA .
Karen St. New all brick homes
Lutheran Service Center 19 W. E. BELL
AC Low 20s. Building Lots UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT
'; ,' Saturday Matinee Forsyth St., Jacksonville, beginning Available. Floyd White, Bldr. 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath REAL ESTATE
264 2488 Broker
8:30 -
at p.m. Admission. 771-5643. Bungalow w/stove refrig. Furn.
NAS: "40 GUNS TO APPACHEPASS" to the Harvest Ball is free Dining Rm., Garage & Space ((24 Hr: 356 2462))

starring Audie Murphy. Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545.
(Color Western) and Son of REPOSSESSED SINGER GOLDEN

Geronimo, Chapter 11. OPEN SUNDAY CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS SEW. Late model, perf. cond.
Makes buttonholes, fancy designs -
:; Sunday, Sept. 22 1965 PONTIAC LeMans blind hemsdrapesdresses -
2 Dr. HT, V-8, P/S, Console
NAS: "WHERE WERE YOU etc. Bal. $41.00 cash or $5
Auto Trans., new tires, Extra,
Call USN
mo. Joe Conley
WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT Extra Clean $1595. per
ret. 771-8595 771-8903. United
OUT? starring Robert Morse 1967 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE
and Doris Day. (Color Comedy) Discount Inc.REPOSSESSED.
Sta. Wag., A/C, 390 Eng. Pis.
A-M/E ((94 mins.) A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY Auto Trans., $2595. Call Mr.

HOSPITAL: "SWEET NO- Madison, Base Ext. 2431 or CONSOLE
W f" them the VW 16 point S.t.ty and P rfom nc Inspection.
VEMBER" Then .. tuned up tl hten.d..nd replaced everything that STEREO, AM-FM Radio 4 spd
CECIL FIELD: "FLIGHT TO needed It. And guaranteed them 100,. for the repair or replacement 3845941.WE FINANCE I record player. Good cond. Bal.
., of all major mechanical part.for 30 days or 1000 miles. Comeon
FURY", In and double check. only $79.00 or $8 mo. Call Joe
Monday Sept. 23 ENGINE 'TRANS HSSZON'REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE Conley USN ret. 771-8595 or
ASSEMBLIES ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Prominent National Finance Or- 771-8903. United Discount Inc.

NAS: "THE CORRUPT ONES"starring ganization will employ several

Robert Stack and Elke 63 VW Sedan. . . . . $895 ambitous and enterprising young GARAGE SALE '

Summers. (Color Melo-Drama) 64 VW Sedan. . . ... . . $1075 men who are desirous of getting Sun.6 22nd & 29th.for 9 a.m. -
A/VG ((92 mins.) ahead and who are willing to work p.m. Something everyone..
HOSPITAL: "WHERE WERE 65 VW Sedan. . ". ', . : . $1190 hard to realize a fine opportunity.' Call 384-3349.

YOU WHEN TIlE LIGHTS WENT 66 VW Sedan. '. . ; '. '. V" . $1390 Men need not have any previous 65 OLDS DELTA 88

OUT:" 67 VW Sedan. . '. .. . : $1650 business experience but must Deluxe, fully' automatic, excel.
a good educational back-
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I Ii I It i sr: ",,:> ', ", ,:t' ,; :, ,; .: ':; ',: l l :.' ;'
I! I i NARTu News and Views i .{.: :W

t :.t'Pf .
Former NAS CommandingOf- for this youth program throughoutthe speed transport ship, USS Cecil .:,>, ., :: t; ,;{ ,
John R. Mackroth, United States. and! later that was :N ,
ficer. Capt. same year & i::'\:tt:
was recently appointed associate The Navy League's goal is to transferred to another ship in the > i.k'. ;:}.<:,>,,>: ,',': v
Pacific the USS Bush- :i;;'-;; '
director of the Naval Sea Sea Cadet Divi South area, y < -'
establish a Naval '
Cadet Corps. The announcementwas : J ? ,,: > P' ,
sion/Squadron near as many sup- nell.The rtI, ,," ,
made by States M. Mead, Chief also served the .
porting Navy and Marine Corps at ,">">'", '. .
national vice president of the installations as practicable. U. S. Naval Hospital in Philadel- >> 6r
Navy League and chairman of the phia, and theNASAtlanta Medical ;, ; ; ./, '". tr.iOthl' .."
Corps. Captain Mackrorh a naval Offices. : "'" "
aviator of 30 years retired
His uniform is decoratedwith
The Naval Sea Cadet '
Corps '
Sept. 1.His last assignment was the Philippine Cita-
federally chartered on Sept. 10,!
as deputy assistant chief of Naval tion, Good Conduct Medal, A-
1962, is jointly sponsored by the :
Personnel for Education and : :
merican Defense Medal, Asiatic
and the
Navy Department Navy
Training in Washington. In his
Pacific, and the Japanese Occu- .
League of the United States. It ,
he will be Na- { "
new capacity at :
is the only Navy oriented training pation Medal. ; .:.,;,..
tional Navy League, Headquarters :'?t. \ tT ..
program officially recognized by in Washington, D.C. Chief Crowe, originally from f' .. I "k* "ty, ," :' ,'
M" '''' ,tIIi; ,. .
the Tenn. arrived herein
j Navy Department affording Chattanooga, ' rJi "
j the Naval Sea Cadets the opportunity Chief Retires January 1967. Since that time -Y'q..-...........-....-------.....,........--.oi'w. ::.<-;,*.....,., $:' "'.*, ;;'k;::,{"'Ir t to train at naval instal- HMC Roy Crowe retired here he has been the chief -in-charge

I 1 lations. recently after more than25 years of the NARTU records section, HAWAII BOUND --VR2F3 will be departing for the West

4 The local cadet squadron, USS dedicated naval service. at the NAS Dispensary. Coast later this month for Its annual two week cruise.
t Franklin D. Roosevelt is sponsored During the second World War, The Chief, his wife Doris, and
he with the invasion forcesat their two sons will reside in
by the Jacksonville Navy was
I League and supported by NARTU Iwo Jima, Okinawa and the Orange Park. Reserve Squadron Te Begin

Jax. The squadron meets in NAR- Philippines. At the end of the war
._ .. _
he member of JK. -= : =-=- =-: : : ]I
TU Bldg. 906 every Wednesday was a Japanese Twe Week: Training Crolse
occupation forces.In .
night at 7 p.m. and all interested
boys from 14 to 17 years of age 1944 he was aboard the high All Series E Savings Bonds
f are invited to attend with their now being sold carry an automatic Jax -- Personnel of NARTU's Active Duty Training in Los Al-

j parents. .'' ,' .-" ''<","<>1;<,', 1"I" ,. beyond 10-year their extension original seven-option Tactical Transport Squadron VR- amitos, Calif.According .
>\ <>> 24F3 scheduled Cdr.O.D.Brown,
are to leave Wed to
1 The addition of Captain Mack- <{ : } :: year maturity date. nesday for their annual two-week VR program officer the squadron
,; roth to the Sea Cadet Corps staff rAt. ; will be conducting trans Pacific

I is another step in the growth of i flights to Barbers Point, Hawaii,
Five Sea Cadets Attend
,, the Sea Cadet Corps. This has ,- as well as trans continental
resulted from the American citi operations.The .

zens' support and enthusiasm crew will be involved with
Recruit Command ODeuinaCadets training; and fleet logistical

... flights maintaining currency,
NEED proficiency and mobilization
I Jax -- Five Navy League Sea in Digby, Nova Scotia, readiness. Although there willbe
'\ Cadets from Jacksonville's USS and Hollyfield attended the Naval many flight exercises, squadron
Franklin D. Roosevelt Squadron, Oceanographic School in Wash- personnel will have anopportuni-
L C'I' helped inaugurate the Navy's ington, D. C. ty to see far off places of interest. I
JOHN GOLDEN third and newest Recruit Training The sea cadets received the The squadron is under! the com
PONTIAC Center in Orlando. They were same two week basic trainingas mand of Cdr. EdwardG.Wilburn,
at PLATT among a group of over 200 other Uncle Sam's Naval Reservists. who in civilian life is a captain
SAVE You Money/ cadets from all over the U. S. This helps them both for advance- with Eastern Airlines.
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E 5'. & Up, No Ca.h Needed this summer. Corps and later upon' enteringthe
(..all Today 398971MI The boys attending were; Crosby Navy.To NARF Employees

( :j I Olinto Jr., John Robb, Gerald enter the recruit training;
Jones, Charles Wheeler and center the cadets had to meet
HMC Crowe Wallace Hollyfield. the basic qualifications of an air- Coitrol lloze .

I Prior to recruit training,two of man apprentice and be over 15 -

'( L.I the cadets John Robb and Wal- years old. A possible disaster was diverted -
lace Hollyfield also completedtwo The Navy Sea Cadets sponsored by well trained employeesin
i4' weeks training In other by the Navy League and -
ZZi' C-5 supported a shop at the Naval Air Re-
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trained with the Canadian Sea- Wednesday night at 7 p.m. magnesium grindings on a work-
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September 19. 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 13(

Sports Fall Softball Organized I I

I IL.wY Women Interested In autumn Mainside, and there are several
WrapupLast diamonds should contact Sandy local churches that have teams.
Juskow at 771-1196. (If the autumn The original Cecil team has been
diamonds of their interestare playing for about five weeks."
week's football resultsare the kind that is laid out with She said the team would also
as follows: Sept. 11, VA base paths and grass and a home be seeking a coach.
831 6, VA 12 0. Sept. 12, plate and things, to wit, a soft- "He doesn't have to have beena
VA ,- 44 8, VA 87 0. Sept. ball diamond. coach before," she said, "as
16, AMD '24, VF 931 0 "We already have one woman's long as he is familiar with the
and VA 174 6 '. Softball team at Cecil," Mrs. rules and is interested in the
Next week's schedule will be r Juskow said. "I am trying to get game."
Sept 19, VA 45 vs VA 174, together enough girls for a sec- Mrs. Juskow said the team
and VA 831 vs Marine Bks. and one. We play a team from would play fall schedule.

Sept. 23, VA 37 vs VA 44. :
Sept. 24, Marines vs VA 931 Cecil Field Capsules I I
Sept. 25, VA 12 vs VA 87 y...
and VA 44 vs Marines. Sept. ,
CECIL -- The Athletic Depart- CECIL: To parallel the Wo
26, AMD vs VA 37 and VA .
174 vs Weapons. ment has announced the beginningof men's Self Defense Classes held
intra mural winter golfat twice weekly, the Athletic
Presently the two top contenders Cecil. The second meeting to Department is also sponsoring

according to game HAPPY HUNTING-.Cllnton Bateman, Cecil Field's Rod and determine the scheduling of the mixed Judo classes for both men
results, are VA 174, with a Gun Club event will be held next in the and women. Classes will begin
president, congratulates Rufus Barwick, winner of
and 0 record, and VA 44, I be
3 Gym Tuesday at noon. The act- Sept. 30 and will held every
with a 2 and 0 record. In Mon- the club's shotgun raffle. (Story on Page 13.) ual season will commenceOct.2.The Monday and Wednesday from 6:30

day's game VA 174's Brown -- present station championsare p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the gym.bWe&cowtet .
connected with end Carmichaelfor NAMTG.
the single touchdown of the Fish Fry Pulls Crowd . -

game. Mills was probably the TENNIS: Intra mural 'ten-
outstanding player of the gameas nis standings are as follows:VA- S
he did fine work quellingthe CECIL -- Rod and Gun Club most fish caught and Mark Hod- 831, with 23 and 2; VA 37 'J
Marine assaults from his here held a successful fish fry ges, with the largest. Door prizewinners with 20 and 5; and VA 45 "
middle linebacker positions.VA last Saturday at the Lake New- were Donna Hetzler, with 9 and 1. -f( Rot
44 continues to be a man recreation facility.Approximately Flora Markham, Estelle Boyd, .
threat to all with the fine run- 350 club members mili- Leslie Deville, R. Houghton, andS. 103rd St. at Wesconnctl Blvd.
ning ability of Bobby Fuel and tary and civilian, were on hand Burnes. Nearly everyone WINTER BOWLING: Winter We Wire Flowers
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Fretwell, Capt. S. D. Wright,and home a prize. FlowersFor
......... Lt. L. L. Newman as guests of Big winner of the day was Ru- The Continental, National, Every
..... honor. fus E. Barwick, who won the and American. VA 105, now Occasion

= There were contests, and drawing for a new Remington 1100 station champ, will be the one FREE DELIVERY

lro.\\: r what contests I There were five Autoloaded shotgun. to watch.in.this.event.. JEWELL J. SMITH/
,".: winners in the Turkey Shoot,alone. The club has announced one
A .,.\\':.:;:; 'x::\ They were: Mr. and Mrs. Clif- more meeting before the beginning -
: ford Sempler, Dr. Lesson, Dr. of dove season. It will be
-MOTORSPLENTY : Dudley, and Dan Quaterman. Thechildren's Oct. 3 and non-members inter- Oily 2Vi nMas from NAS Jix Mala Gale
: fishing contest was ested in joining are welcome to

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Pace 14 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER September 19, 1968 .

Cecil Pilots from Carrier Air Wing 10

Strike Through Heavy Defenses at Vinh

-- -
4 <"'1"it CECIL -- In multi-squadron tack Squadron 106 and flight leader target. Attack Squadron's Lcdr.
coordinated strikes launched repeatedly summarized, "The strike William E. Riley and Ltjg( ) Don-
last week, Carrier Air went perfectly. The timing was ald W. Baggett, silenced an
Wing 10 Skyhawk pilots hit a precise and all the bombs were 85mm site.Enemy '
heavily defended North Vietna- water supply traffic
right on the money. The target
mese military complex 21 miles was just eaten up." suffered under the Air Wing 10
northwest of Vinh. Again, flak suppressors were raid. A group of eighty foot
,I Air Wing 10 aviators struck an integral part of the strike's barges was spotted by Attack
',- .'. active surface to air missile success. Of the three flak sites Squadron 66 pilots who destroyedtwo
\ .. (SAM) sites, a military complex, silenced in the attack, one was and damaged another.
\ : '
.\ +". ,: t: within the from Attack "Lt. John L. Stringer had a
,. .'i, .. \ and a truck park stra- to Skyhawks -
and then
> hit
good my
-A ,51
Squadron 106.
', ., tegic area.
; 6 ? The first morning strike force "Both Ltjg( ) Albert C.BinaIsz, off an explosion" like nothing
flew through heavy anti-air and I hit it," said Lcdr. JohnE. I've ever seen, related
craft their attackon "It A. D. Picciullo. "It went
to concentrate Carpenter. opened up asI
SAM facilities. Their toll rolled in, but didn't fire again straight" up at least one hundred
R was three radar units, two after I dropped my bombs." feet,
., M: launchers, and several support A wooded truck park was the Attack Squadron 106 aviators
vehicles, as well as numerous target of the third coordinated found a group of sixty-foot barges -
k. flak sites silenced. They left two strike. Pinpoint bombing demol- in a waterway seven miles
-'---'-"- residual fires and heavy black ished that area. northwest of Vinh. Tlieydestroy-
RAIDER'S RETURN-Navy jet drops in for an arrested land smoke over the target area. "There was so much going off ed one and damaged two others
ing on carrier standing off the coast of Viet Nam after suc- "They started putting up the down there you couldn't see or with their rockets.
cessful strike against heavily defended objectives. heavy stuff when we were still count the secondaries--the area
ten miles away," said Lt. Wil- was saturated," commented Cdr.E. Magic Music
i liam M. Tyrie, who flew with Hawleoks Jr.
Attack Squadron 66. "We broke Once again flak suppressors On PAO 'Horns'
south and hit our assigned target found active sites a lucrative
real well."
Dial a rhumba?
"The whole area was covered
with Channel 12 Name that tune?
dust, smoke and debris,
The Phantom of the Phone
described Ltjg( ) John H. Condit,
III of Attack Squadron 36. Company?
Strike pilots commendedthe SetInterested SOMETHING is going on. The
group Special Affairs Office
flak suppression flight for staffers in the Public -
Cecil Field aren't
at sure
keeping enemy gunners under in local football? what. Not but
t cover and away from their gunsas just always, sev-
they began their bombing runs. Next Monday, Channel 12 will eral times a day, dialing a-num-
Ltjg( ) Kenneth G. Hespe was feature a sports special focusingon ber -- rot a specific number,just
credited with completely silenc- Duval County High School any number -- provides a gentle
ing one flak site with a direct Football. The program, headedby threading of melody for whatever
bomb hit."Ken program director Walt Dun- conversation is underway.The .
really took care of one bar, will present a personality music so far has been quiet
8mm site which was putting it profile of a coach, a review of or with a soft tempo reminiscentof
up heavy," said his Attack Squadron all eighteen county teams and will the "big band" days -- or of
66 flight leader, LCdr. JohnE. include a segment on how the pre- Musak?
Craig JR. "They were firingat sures of college recruiters are Anybody got any ideas where
the strike group, and after Ken brought to bear on the young teen it's coming from? If they have,
put his bombs on them,they didn't superstars.This the PAO shop would appreciate
Last month we said open up again." is the one to watch Mon- enlightenment. It might even
The second strike force maul- day, as they say in their blurbs.It a good story '
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September 19, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page IS l lI


I I .:

By JOSN Brent Kallestad

Jax--Football season Is here! Starting with today's issue, the 4 Grid Teams RollJax
r rS
Jax Air News Sports Department is beginning 10-weeks of "You a
Pick Urn.' This contest is for all the personnel at NAS to enter. You
-- Thlsyear's Intramural football season swings into mid -
select the winners of nine games and pick the score on the tie-
breaker and then submit your ballot to the designated areas. Each season with two high geared offensive teams, VAP 62. and VP -

week we'll carry a story on the winner from the previous week and 16 leading the National and American Leagues respectively. Both
theseason champ will be awarded for his skillful prognostications. clubs are unbeaten, but are currently sharing the spotlight with VP-

'Here's your opportunity football fans. You can be an !Icaiuraay 30's explosive scorer Jim Dorman who has amassed 70 points in
his clubs first six games. Dorman added 26 more points in last
i.ast was quite a day week's to his bulge in the scoring department.
games pad
ed .
for sports fans watching their supply and it would be wiseto
vp-ie kept their perfect touchdowns.
televisions. McLain got his 30th, get your tickets now if you are record intact in last week's action Mighty VAP 62 continued
really counting on going to thisyear's _
and the Georgia Tennessee .
Gator Bowl. -',.i; with a 38 0 demolishing of VP- their race to the National Lea-
game wow t This weekend prom 45.' Bob Schide scored
j: } a pairof gue title as they blasted 679th
ises to be another great view- Special Services touchdowns and four extra
also has an 30 -14 and VW-4,38-0
: :f' ,
ing period. Georgia Tech takeson outstanding stock of equipment :' .' : points; Terry Byrne had two in last week's contests. In their

'Texas Christian Saturday at for those who enjoy the great >(""< ttii' TD's and one two point con- victory over 679th RobbieFranz's
1:4.5 p.m. on Channel 17. WatchTCU's outdoors. J version Tom Fletcher, one
Sleeping Bags,coolers, \ ; 16 points lead the way.
Jerry Levias he's a fishing poles, golf clubs, etc. touchdown; and Bob Ray, a VP 30 kept their title hopes
great one. Sunday, the AFLgamewill are all available for Interested ALMOST OVER UniversalInternational's two point conversion. alive with a pair of victories.CanYou .
be Cincinnati and Buffalo. people. This is just a small- Susanne Benton Second place Admin kept the.
The NFL game has Washingtonwith portion of what they have avail- looks a little sad that Septemberis heat on the frontrunners, with a :
the great Sonny Jurgenson the last month of summer. In .
able, but you can get down and 22-2 verdict over hapless Weapons -
against the New Orleans Saints. see what the entire repertoire caseyou miss seeing her pool. Bob Tuscan, Randy Whit-
side you might look for her In"JoUtJ1e1.to
Hang tight wives -- it'll only includes. taker, and Tim Sweeney each
last another four months!
scored a touchdown for the victors WTfl YOU?
It's a busy season here at NAS and Tuscan and Mike Jones
For Financing' end Insurance
also as intramural football, golf, added two point conversions.
I I i Stateside' and OLltrse s. Call
bowling and handball are all un- 'You Pick Urn'NAME FAETU remained In third place
derway. Soccer is next, and an with a 12 0 whitewashing of DYER M. BURR

organizational meeting is sched- VP 5. Cecil Gibson and Jim GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES I
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I The Rigging BusyMADThe e Ii Ii i

NATTC Intramural i
; By D. Sharpe II
Football League kicked-off on a
good note for the MAD Permanent -
IJ J Many of the top sailors In the Southeast will be competing for Personnel Team as they defeated I
:" top honors in the third annual Navy Day Regatta, which will be held the AO Abortionists 30-6.
,1 October 27, at NAS Jacksonville. Highlights of the game was the
In preparation for the Regatta we have had one field day The club tenacious play by the MAD defense -
,\ Rebels were scrubbed, painted, rigged and one was launched. We which was responsible for
are still awaiting the arrival of the boom and mast for Rebel # two safeties and didn't allow a .
2643. Another work party will be scheduled for Saturday, September point. Jody Talley led the defense F.iS I
28 at 10 a.m. Top on the list will be cleaning our new club- with four interceptions
house which is located directly to the west of our "Quonset Hut." good for a touchdown. The only '
We were sorry to see that more small boat couldn't make the AO score came on a pass inter- I
Tri Club Series race on September 15 due to the high concentration ception.
of hyacinths in the luanching area at the Florida Yacht Club. The following day, the MAD
Races were held for the Cruiser Class however. N.J. S.C.'s Permanent Personnel "Big j
Tony Merril aboard his Morgan 30, "Kestrel," placed first in the Reds" shutout the AO UFO's bya
first race while George Coyne aboard his Coronado 25, "Metacomet" 32-0 count. Again it was the 9 PASSENGER STATION WAGON
defense which sparkled by not
took second place. George went on to garner a third placeIn
the second time around the buoys. It was a wonderful day for allowing the UFO's beyond the V t -Trans.v.FcbryAtf.: $;, ." : : ,-; .
cruisers with upwards of 20 knots of breeze. midfield stripe throughout the #. .Vi&fcMJ':
Next Saturday, September 21, will find Al Johnson, our commodore game. The Marines led at half- trres, tik r Nevv Buttemut Yenoy* tfS
and Dave Sharpe, vice commodore aboard the "Mon Ami;' time by 14-0, and were sparkedby
Sharpe's Morgan 24, in an Ocean Race fromMayport to St. Augustine.The quarterback Doug Sullivan in
race will be over a 31.2 mile course and is being sponsored the second half, scoring 18
Ii by the Florida Yacht Club on the newly formed North Florida CruisingClub. points. 67 IMPALA
This week finds the MAD Permanent -
Those interested to sail should come to the clubhouse on Satur- ) Personnel playing the CONVERTIBLE
day mornings and we don't forget the next work party on the 28th. MAD students in what appear to "283" V-8 Auto Trans., Factory
be a good contest. Air, Power Steering R&H, W/W $2495
On the bowling scene,the three tires, xxx Sharp. Matador Red-
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White Top Exterior-Red Vinyl Interior.
in the middle of the stand-
Jax--Attention all interested in the Navy.Athletic ings after two weeks of compe- I
personnel! This is for anyone on Director Frank Mc tition in the NATTC Intramural I 66 IMP ALASPpRTCdUpE
the Naval Reservation--NATTC, Caffery hopes to re-establish the Bowling League. MAD #3 carriesa
Squadrons, Marines, etc. Try- Florida Georgia Interservice 5-3 record while MAD #1
outs for the Jax Navy Varsity League, and indicated that if this and MAD #2 have 4-4 marks. "*83" V-8. Auto.Tfn; ; $. .- i ttofyMr. ,-
Basketball Team are scheduledto occurs he will easily have his High average among the Marine Wji*
begin Monday at 7:00 p.m. schedule complete with service keglers is RJ. Earls with a trtiet;. futphe Betje 'Ext&fior fttal"
in the gymnasium at Building teams, but if it 'should fall 170.
Three. through the Jax Navy squad would
ALL HANDS are encouragedto schedule challengers from the Support The Combined ''
participate in the tryouts as area; including local college Federal Campaign
Jax Navy will be seeking a rep- teams. COUPE
resentative team for the 1968-

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