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156 NASers

17: __ TJT1_ _

1 Q 1W: Off ExamsThe

long waiting game ended
Published by the Holt Publishing Company private firm Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression or any Monday when the NAS Educa-
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. tion Office announced the resultsof
VOL.. 26 NO. 30 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER 17, 1968 the August advancement exams

and 156 NASers got the OK to
add another chevron.

Local Installations Finalize One-hundred those waiting and failed thirtyfourof and 'ere

told they would have to wait
until February for another crackat

Plans for Open HouseIn advancement.Of the 317 NASers. taking the
Navy Day
test, 22 will put on the CPO
hat, 21 will advance to first, 44
to second 69 will move to
what could be termed a"re Field Naval Air Station from ous types of aircraft used byJacksonville's petty officer ranks, three up were
port to stockholders," the three noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Naval Air Re authorized as strikers and 24
naval installations of the Jack October 26. The open house serve,Training Unit. were listed as PNA (passed not
sonville Complex will open their will begin with a concert of military In addition, special services 4as advanced).
gates to the public over the Navy and popular T music by the will be held at the chapels on The number of NAS personnel
Day weekend, October 25 27. Orlando Naval Training Center Sunday at the three installationsin advancing is only seven more
It will mark the first time that Band. Other events at Cecil include recognition of "Navy Sabbath than the 149 who were advancedoff
the three bases NAS Jax and a firefighting demon- Weekend." the February exams and 38
Cecil Field and the Mayport Na- stration, a simulated helicopterrescue short of the tests a year ago.
val Station -- have held an open, and an air demonstrationby Other events taking place in the Thirty-two of those advanced
house over the same week attack aircraft based at Ce- Jacksonville area in conjunctionwith $ became effective yesterday and
Navy Day 1968 include:
cil Field.
end.Weekend festivities will be Mayport Naval Station will open On Oct .10, Mayor Hans .L"""" .f_ November the remainder through are scattered March of from next
kicked off Friday, Oct. 25, at both Saturday and Sunday and Tanzler Jr., signed a proclamation THEY'RE IN PNI 1 Rose year.
5 p.m. at a military review at will feature general visiting on an designating Sunday, Oct. 27, Wheeler checks over promo- Sixteen enlisteds on the Com-
Naval Air Technical Training Atlantic Fleet ship based at May- as Navy Day in Jacksonville.
mander Fleet Air
tion list which authorizes 156 Jacksonvillestaff
The Jacksonville Council of
Center here for RAdm. RobertJ.
port.The hikes for NAS got the nod for advance-
the Navy League of the United personnel.
Stroh, commander Fleet Air Jacksonville Naval Air ment Monday with one effective
Jacksonville, and Navy guests. Station will hold its open houseon States will honor a number of 'yesterday.
The first public event will be Sunday, October 27th, Navy outstanding Navy or Marine Four Jax
the open house at the CecilNCOs Day itself, from noon to 4 p.m. Corps enlisted personnel. NAS Personnel advanced to E-5
All activities will focus around The Navy Marine Corps yesterday included ETR2 K.Holt
the Patrol Plane Complex locat- Mobile Cine Globe Theatre -- ASM2 J. Jackson, ETN2 R. Lebanon -
AiHOUHCtMariHt ed on Yorktown Avenue at the an air inflatable hemisphericdome Units Hike i AE2 L. McAtee, ASH2 J.
air station. Ground display of featuring a three: dim- Olmsted, ETR2 B. Russell, QM2R.
Corps aircraft based at NAS Jack ensional movie theatre -- will beat Sylvester, A02 B. Thompson,
sonville will include the WC-121N I Regency Square, opening Oct. CFC DriveJax ATN2 J. Williams and RM2 L.
Super Constellation .IUS e d by 25 and running through Nov. 3. Wiseman.
Ilrt day loll the "Hurricane Hunters"of Wea- The Cummer Gallery of AE3 C. Ayers, A03 G. Brault,
ther Reconnaissance Squadron 4, Art on Riverside Avenue will host --. Three ships home ATR3 R. Court, ATR3 L. Engle-
All active duty and retired Marine the P 2 and P 3 patrol air- a Navy Combat Ary Exhibit begin- ported at Mayport paced the field hart, CS3 W. Ennis, A03 G. L.
staff noncommissioned offi- craft used by the squadrons of ning today' and running through during the past week in Combined French, ETN3J.Funchess,AMS3
cers and sergeants living in the Fleet Air Wing 11, and the vari- Nov. 10. Federal Campaign reporting .J.M. Gosa, EM3 J. L. Kapps

Jacksonville area have been ....._._........ u...._ __.... ...._ within the Jacksonville complex. INIINImsNININNNNNNNNMIN. mualNNIImaMNNmJ. !!
invited to attend a ball marking Leading the way?was the destroyer .., '
r the Marine Corps 193rd ,anni- r ; USS William C. V reported '179.7 of the v "
versary. + vI percent / Vtf"H '
S ax shipjs objective. Also over the Promotions: '
The celebration will be held at top .! .
the Cedar Hills National Guard for "the week were the guided > *!''I-,'

Armory on Wilson Blvd. Nov. 9. missile frigate, USS Luce and :onPages "
Admission will be $13 per fleet oiler, USS Kaskaskia with ,
couple and $6.50 for singles and 170.3 and 132.3 percent re 3 and 6.
include dinner dancing for the spectively.
evening. Music will be playedby At NAS Jax, four units reported -
the Redcoats from 9 p.m until going over the top during the .A..I..I..I..I
2 a.m. Attire for the ladies past week; Fleet Weather Faci- ...... .
lity, 150 percent; Navy Finance
will be semi formal or formal
Office, 142 percentNavyTrainIng ; AMS3 R. King, AMS3 S. Koski,
and for men on active duty, Device Office, 110 percent; ATR3 J.T. Lamb, AMS3 G. Mc-
Dress" Blue or Winter Service"A. andthe Marine Barracks,' Donald, ATR R. McGaughey,
Retired Marines may wear with 105 percent of its objective. A03 R. Mesk, ATN3 R.C. Mo-
uniform. or appropriate civilian As of yesterday, 25. of 113, zingo, ATN3 S. Oneill, ATN3D.
,units ,taking part in the,campaignhad Pivato, ATN3 F.,,Semtak, AO3
Reservations or information exceeded their objective. Of C. Shelton, ETR3 L. Vicknair. ,
maybe obtained by calling ,Sgt. I these, 10, are at NAS Jack- and AE3 C. Wilson.
Maj., W.C. Hamblin at 772-3014 sonville, 8 at Mayport, 3 t "
during week days, and 781-4979 at NAS Cecil Field, and 4 are To E-7

weekends ,and evenings. Tickets dowptown activities. Other NASers' being promotedon
will be on sale through Nov. 3. VP Complex -- Site ,of HAS Jax Open House Little more than a week re- the remaining increments include -
(Continued on Page)
DTPC, J.D. Bell, ACC R.
Carpenter, ACC C Cudd, ABHC
I Retired Family Protection Plan Expanded M.McHenry, AMSC J.E. Morton,
AMHC S. Hubbard, ACC D. Mc-
Carthy, CEC C. Powers, MMC
A Navy wide message has retiree no longer has eligible_ under Option 1. modified to reflect changes. The L.F. Brown, ACC T. Davis, AEC
outlined new provisions to the beneficiaries (old Option 4)) is The survivors of a member retired change will be effective on 're- R. Joyner, AZC R. Carmichael,
Retired Serviceman's Family automatic for all members retired for total disability may not tirement. AMHC d. Currey RMC J.T.
Protection Plan (RSFPP), which on or after Aug. 13. Those be eligible for annuity payments Isley, GMGC T. James ETC C.
became effective following the retired before that date who did if,. the member dies during first Dollar Costs Johnston, ETC T. McNamara,
President's signature 'on the Dot have Option 4 may now electto '30 days after retirement from AMSC J. Moldoon, ADRC P.E.
new law. buy coverage under Option 4. the cause for which retired. Cost will based on selection Nadeau, YNC E. Navtividad,TDC
Provisions which became effective The decision to take option 4 Survivors may be eligible, how- of annuity amounts in dollars, P. Priestley, JOCC.S. Schroyer,
Aug. 13 include: must be made before Sept. 1, ever, 'if the disability was the rather than percentages of reduced and ADRC R.Thompson.To .
A. Initial'elections which are 1969. result of armed conflict, or if retired pay. .
immediately valid, may be made Retirees may now reduce cov- the widow Is not eligible for A member who elected Option E-6
i at any time prior to the com erage or withdraw from.the plan DIC. This rule applies onlyto 3 and who after retirement
pletion ,of 19 years of servicefor without proving, hardship, but members who retired having becomes a widower or is ETl W.Holmes,ET1 F.Mayer,
pay purposes.B. :, ._ those who retired before Aug. elections or changes made on or divorced will continue to have BM1 D. Brumbaugh. AOl C.Hat-
Elections made after com- 13, must either have Option 4 after Aug. 13, 1968. full coverage for eligible child- tabaugh, AEl R. Shuford, AE1
pleting 19 years will be effective. or buy it. The reduction or For members who retired on ren with no further deductions L. Barstow, RM1 L. Haacke,
if made at least two years before withdrawal will be effective on or after Nov. I, 1968. the follow- from retired pay. ': ADJ1 W. Peters, ADJ1 C. Smith,
retired pay is granted.C. the first day of the seventh month ing provisions become affective: For members who elected AMH1 R.Williams,AZl H.Cor-
Elections, revocations or following the request. No por- Need Two Years Options 2 or 3, children between bett AZ1 R..Duguid, AZ1 J.L.
changes made before Aug. 13 may tion of the cost of participationwill Changes or revocationsmade 18 and 23 are eligible if in full Reiff, SD1 J.L. Calle. SD1 E.
operate under the old law. Thatis be refundable. Retired Navy- after completing 19 years time attendance at an educational Edpao, SDI M. Labrador, ADR1
a member may request priorto men may send their applicationsto become effective if the member Insitution. The retiree may designate D.A. Lee MU1 L.H. Loeb, SD1
Sept. 1, 1969 that his elec- NFC Cleveland and Marine remains on active duty for two children over 18 not eli- R. Santos, SDI A. Sarroca, and
tion, revocation or change become Corps requests :should: go to years. Certain members may request gible if he desires. DTG1 E.L. Smith.
effective only if three full MCFC, Kansas City. their elections, revo- Under the new plan,reserve To E-5
years elapse from date of submission cations or changes made before members who have or will
to date of retirement. May Change Aug. 13 operate under the three become eligible for, retired yon CS2 D. Ballard ATR2E.Bishop -
,Members who on the date of retirement years rules. (See C. above) his 60th birthday instead of the CS2 J.E. Cones CS2 D.
had Option 3 and have If major changes in family first day of the following month. Cuneo AO2 J. Golden. AMH2D.
Full Pay Restored' no ,children under 18 or,children status occur during the two Station career counselors have Lentz, AE2 W.M. Milam. CS2
Under the new law, restoration olderho are incapable of self year period before retirement, further details on the retired pro- .
.... c;. of full retired pay when support may change to coverage elections may be revoked or tection plan. (Continued on Page 1)



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Editorial View Point


"H/h.'J; ,( St. Edwards Chapel

Welfare of Others'10 Y b V } fM SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m

DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.
> 9 a.m.
3 p.m.-
Everyone BusinessThe s sx .. TUESDAY 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

Single Young Catholic Organ-

voluntary health and welfare agencies including the United ization - 7:30 p.m.

Fund National Health and International Service Agencies have their
campaigns in full swing in their one-time solicitation under the U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
Combined Federal Campaign.In St. Luke's Chapel
order that you get a better idea of how your contributions are J
used each week during the campaign the Jax Air News gives SUNDAY MASS - -8:00 a.m.
specific information concerning the different branches and agencies. ii: : PROTESTANT
This week we take a further look at the United Fund and the,different ...' SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
agencies it covers. ,<.'Ht'Si". -.. _._,--_..

Episcopal Child Day Care Centers PIPED ASHORE -- MUGS Joseph W. Atherley was retiredto PROTESTANTAll
the Fleet Reserve Friday after 28 years of active duty
v Serves children of working mothers through a planned programof service. Chief Atherley was, the Band Master for the Com- Saints' Chapel
day care counseling and employment assistance.
Fair Jax Band from June 1966 until retirement.Time's .
Family Consultation Service SUNDAY

Counseling for families and individuals who need help in solving CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.
problems of marital discord, parent-child relationships and per- A 'Wasting Blgd.; #722
sonality adjustment; also offers child-focused Homemaker Service. Divine Worship Service10:00
a.m. Bldg # 722.
.. Girl Scouts By LCdr. C. D. Harper Junior Youth Fellowship. 6p.m.

Citizenship home-making fun in the out-of-doors and wide varietyof Snuffy Smith stands by the roadside durin9 Fire Prevention Bldg. #722:
interests for girls through its character-building program Week with his famous quip "time's' a 'wasting" glaring in bold WEDNESDAY
which offers camping organized troops and adult leadership training. letters, reminding us to do our part in preventing fires. Senior Choir Rehearsal 7'p.m.
Apollo Seven stood on its pad ready to be pushed into space THURSDAY
Goodwill Industries with its mighty thrust. Three men have intensely trained to ride Young Adult Club 7 p.m.

Vocational ,rehabilitation jobs and training to handicapped persons Apollo Seven into earth orbit. Bldg. #722.Christian .
repairing clothing appliances and furniture donated by the Politicians spend millions of dollars campaigning for the officeof Science Service --
public' resale of items through retail training outlets helps supportthe President of the United States and throw barbs at one another 7:30 p.m. Bldg. #722.
program. which under normal conditions would be cause for libel.A .

Urban LeagueA city changes its form of government and there is a celebration ----- ---
which lasts for two days including parades feasts, and fireworks rI ,
program of vocational, guidance job placement educational and and many speeches promising greater and better days ahead as a
community organization activities to improve conditions under which result of the change and.the efforts involved. Traffic j
Negroes live and work. During the seven games played more than three hundred and I'
fifty thousand persons were physically present to watch the World
Jewish & Children's Services
Family Series and millions more watched via television.
Personal family and marital counseling. A licensed child placing In Mexico City people from all over the world gather to competein I Violations \
agency, offering adoption foster home placement of children and twenty-five different sports and years of preparation have gone
help to unwed mothers. into making this possible. Athletes train until near exhaustion for
Legal Aid Association the trials and finally the event. The following is a report of
All these things mentioned above, amuse entertain and excite motor vehicle accidents and traffic

Legal aid, advice and assistance to persons in need of legal service people, and we take them as a matter of course., violations for the period' .. Octq-..
but unable financially to, employ an attorne)',''tJtat"justiceobtainablp; and another category of thought must be added. Has man in all his ber 1 through 7. :

:' under shall ,be available-... to, all p, isons.reiardleSs"of.h slaCk history ever made that much effort to bring men to God? If not -- Number of accidents:
of funds' "r..4
? Mental Health Association Man by his own nature is a selfish being. Rational yes -- but Total accidents this year through
r. selfish; and until man's reason overcomes his selfishness he is in
t,; Citizens' group, concerned with adequate care and treatment of dire need. The basic need is God. Man cannot come to terms with, Oct. 7.--------- 292
, 'mentally ill conducts research training, education and service God until he comes to grips with himself. Number of accidents throughOc-
projects including Half-Way House and Club for former mental Make the effort dear friend, for as our comic character would tober 1967 - - 305

,',,patients. put it "Time's 'wasting." Total number of days since last
,Multiple Sclerosis Society injury in a motor vehicle acci-
ent - - - 13
Research into causes prevention, cure and alleviation of multiple CFC DriveContinued
sclerosis provides medical services, transportation to hospitalsand Number of ViolationsThis
Week - - 109
clinics for physical therapy; furnishes equipment and medical
supplies. ( from Page I) Speeding - - 19

Pine Castle, Inc. mains in the 1968 campaign tor in' the success of the drive Reckless Driving -------4
which ends October 25. Last was, the personal contact by key- Going through Stop Sign -,,10
Day school for trainable retarded children and workshop to pro- year ,units of the Jacksonville men and emphasis on'the payroll Other Violations -; - -76

vide pre-vocational training and sheltered employment. for the Complex made the 1967 Com- Deduction plan as a painless way Thirty-eight drivers appeared
retarded 16-year olds and up. bined Federal'Campaign the most All told, more than before the Traffic HearingBoardat

Salvation Army successful in history, raising 62 percent donating chose the meeting held on October
more than 240000. A.key facthe payroll: deduction! plan. 10. Disposition of the cases included -
Administers moral and needs. Services .
to spiritual physical I the following: ten lost
Include emergency assistance transient welfare: services, aid to
driving and parking privileges
unmarried mothers and the Senior Center. More PromotionsContinued
youth programs ,. aboard station for various periods -

Speech and Hearing Center -- ; 11 were assigned to complete -
( from Page I) PH3 G.A.; course 'in
Bowman an eight-hour
and Davis, AZ3 .
Diagnostic, evaluative therapeutic services to childrenand : '
adults with speech and I hearing handicaps, rehabilitation of,the J. Simpson. AMH2 T. Thompson, S. Elliott DTG3 ].M. Furrh remedial driving; seven received-
deaf and hard of hearing and vocational assistance. GMG2 R.L.Bost.HM2 J.M.Turn.. fNo M. Jones PN3 T- Jones suspensions; 12 were given warnIngs
R. Magness, DTG3 E.R. ; five were dismissed; one
er, HM2 R.E. Ware HM2
Travelers Aid Society Bergier AC2 A. Brown AC2J. Meyer, ADJ3 R. Rogers. PR3 was fined (U.S. Commissioner);
Assistance children handicapped R. Schwenk PN3 S.Shunick. PN3 and none were referred to their
to runaways traveling alone aged or Duffield AC2 J. Fraley E02D.
difficulties including financial assistance when part of Harbin AC2 J. Hupfer ADR2J. C. smith, HM3 TJ. Sonnier commanding officers for possible
the casework plan. Jenkins, AC2 K. Neuroth ACS AC3 P. Thomas' HM3 S. E. disciplinary action Twenty-four
Wahl, ADJ3 C.Warren drivers assessed 60 traffic
G. ,and CYN3 were
United Cerebral Plasy Omara ADJ2 S. Patton ADJ2A. P. Wilcox.
Ricci, AC2 D. Spaven, MU2 points.
Services include orthopedic and pediatric examinations; psychological D.A. Brown ADJ2 R. Carlson
evaluation, physical, occupational and speech therapy;medico- AMS2 A. Crivaro SD2 R.H. Da- .
social work; recreation and transportation when needed. nas, YN2 L.M. Dye AMS2 A. -

McMuUen, ,DTP2 R. Moore and
United Fund
YN2 C. Pettie. a AX Ait, NEl1 fS
Conducts annual compaign to raise operating funds for its member ,
agencies; maintains an "Open' Door" policy for agencies which To E-4 .
can meet the standards of budgeting and administration required.U. DC3 E. Brown DC3 L.K. The J I\ AIR NEWS 'Is a Civilian
Brown EN3 C. Cabe EN3 M. distributed each Enterprise Newspaper
S. Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
ATN3 C. J Jacksonville
Cerny Foltz, ETN3 Florida by the Holt PublfshhlR Company
Provides facilities for the religious social welfare and recrea- J.M. Hemmis AC3 K. Chapman a NEWS private firm AU Copy submitted for use In the 1 AX AIR
tional needs of members of the Armed Forces. This "home away ADJ3 R.M. Clark DTG3 G. A. 2. NAS must Jacksonville be foru'l1rdelf to the Publicffalrs Office, nor
from home" also offers counseling services. Hargis AC3 M.E. Kraus AK3T. S lfeaUon. News UtlllS, by 12:00( goon on Monday before pub"
arc wclconed, from all sources TelcO'
McCain ADJ3 W. Rice ADR3P. phone 772 3118 or 3119.Aduertiscmcnts .
Visiting Nurse Association Biederman AZ3 J.L. Hamm
ADJ3 L. Johnson PN3 J. Mro-
Professional nurses provide care for the sick in their own concerning such are solicited by the puhllSher and querIes ,
czkowski. SK3 D.M. Perez PH3 should be
homes under the direction of a local physician or clinic. directed to
LJ. Smith ADJ3 W. Williams The Holt
ABH3 V. Barnett ADJ3 R. Davis Jacksonville Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd
Volunteers of America ADJ3 B. Dorman PR3 L. Fla 32210 Telephone 388 2755
Dunsworth, AC3 A. Komski
Maternity homeland adoption agency providing care and counsel- CYN3 S.C. Lone CYN3 L. Mahan IVoL. 26 N0 30
ing for the unmarried mother selection of a home for the infant AC3 EJ. Muller AC3 R. Pat- OCTOBER 17. 1968
and counseling with the adoptive parents. terson, PN3 J. Aaron. AK3 D.



I Cecil Pilot Raids. I NATTC tehiid the Scenes I

CECIL. Cecil home based Billy G.Gunter,31,of Foss Okla. rr -.
Attack Squadron 36 pilots from "They had it camouflaged, and if By June Goff
85.4. He returned Naval
Carrier Air Wing 10 caught a you didn't know it was there: it was to
North Vietnamese truck con would have looked like part of Aviation Electrician's Mate Air Technical Training Center
School, Class 838, won the week this week where he is assignedto
voy 17 miles south Vinh today the river bank. Mitch (Lt. Mit-
and destroyed at least three of chell W. Davis, 27, of Charlotte ly competition for Honor Class instructor duty at AOA)
the vehicles ,, N. C. ) hit It with his and set a new high record for School.
"They were in the open at a rockets, and then I went In and the school. Competing with 18 Petty Officer Brissette who
other classes for the honor, they reenlisted for six yeras on Aug.
point in the road where we had strafed It with 20mm cannon- .
bombed previously. They fire." attained 995 out of a possible 30, comes from a military fam-
probably waiting for road re Promotions 1,000 points. ANUS Melford N. ily. His father MSgt. RichardJ.
pairs," said Lt. (j j. g.) James Osche is the class leader. BrisetteSr.,is serving InViet-

Millar Jr., 26, of Boston nam.
A4 Skyhawk aviator. "We VP-5 Classes are graded on their Petty Officer Brissette serv-
scholastic record, military appearance ed approximately eight monthsin
dove of Oct. 16
on a three trucks
group r
: barracks inspectionand Nakhon Phanon, Tahiland. asa
and had good hits. We circled AE2 R. Farrell AMH2 R.
D. their discipline record.In combat air crewman before
over again and could seen one Hamlin ATN2 L. D.
Higgins. addition to being an honor reporting to NATTC.
truck had been blown upside AMH2 J. N. Poole, ATN2 R.C. class they can also take pridein . .
down. My flight leader really Scott, ATN3 J. K. Bryant. AE3H. __ being one of the first classes Naval Air Technical Training
nailed them. Those trucks won't I. Maas, ATN3 E. Me with 100 per cent participation Center is represented by exhibits
be going Anywhere -- about the Carthy, AE3 R. X.
McSwiney in the Combined Federal Fund I. depicting the command's functionat
only things' they're good for now and AMH3 W. Nadareski.. Their contributions amounted to the Greater Jacksonville Fair.
is spare parts." Nov 16 over $500.If The display is a combination of
Other Air Wing 10 pilots continued AMHC E. Williams. ABEl R. commencedon pictures slides tapes and equip-
the class
their interdiction program Molteni, CS3 J. E. Ellis and PLAY BALL Jacqueline ment illustrating the variety of
against vital highways and Hunter readies herself for a day Sept. 16, continues to go .
ASM3 M. offered.AE
K. Burke. training
bridges in the panhandle. One at the beach. Jacqueline is featured "full-steam ahead" fortheduration schematic
School has a
Dec. 16 in American-Internation of the 22-week course thereis
attack 500 foot
was against a board with a radio build-
in the StreetsVTD2 super
al's film break
causeway type bridge 35 miles AOl E. A. Gallups ADJ1 J. a possibility they may up. AO School has a display of
south southeast of Vinh by Sky- R. Nerney and ADJ1 F. Ohal- D. J. Teller PH3 W. D. other records. model airplanes of various typesof

hawks from Attack Squardon 66. loran. Loyal, AE3 J. J. Buttitta. AE3H. .seee aircraft. Radiography Schoolis
"It looked nice and smooth all Jan. 16 C; Killam A03 D. W. Kim- A02 Richard J. Brissette Jr. exhibiting a view finder to
Itsaid" AWC W. D. and PH3A.
the way across before we hit It, Cooper brell, ATR3 C.L.Middleton A03 was honorman in a class of 12 show defects found in metal
Lt. (j. g.) Bruce E. Thie- Rodacker. P. J. Orman AE3 V. M.'Smith students who completed Instructor through X-ray procedures.The .
len. 24, of Cincinnati "but it Feb. 16 A03 J. M. Sullivan AMS3 J. F. Training School at Memphis, exhibits will remain on

doesn't look that way now. It's HMC R. Davenport ADR1 E. Taylor. BM3 J. M. Evans YN3J. Tenn., on Oct. 5. His average display until the fair closes Oct.26.
unserviceable now. The XO'sCdr. D. Ponder, ADJ2 J.L. Carter E. Eastep, PN3 H. Summers

( Anthony J. Karpaitls, 36, ADJ2 P. F. Hefton, HM2 J. A. PN3 K. Ocobock, YN3 J. B. Wal- ";":. >'" .>.....,;,;. ... .. .. .. .
of Colllngdale Pa.) hits were' lis, ABH3 J. D. Hopkins :
right on target. His bombs cut AZ3 ..
H. AME3 W.
the northwest end of the cause Mar. 16 S. Gault, TD3 Enroughty J. Hammonds.AZ3K. :..: ............, .., .... ...... ....: .. .... .
ADJC D. Welborn. PN1 R. L.
way. Lindsey, and AME3 R. K.
Other Attack Squadron 66 pilots Bean, SD1 R. V. Campos, AMS2A. \ 1 i\\ CONDITIONERS
heavily damaged a truck and also Abshear, PH2 D. Bachelder 4":}: NEW 4 USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW
employed their 500-pound bombs PH2 W. Fishbourne, ADJ2 D. AUWGMTC ltm & USED TV SETS '

to drop a bridge 27 miles south of F. Killam, PR2 K. Trumbower advanced i>; NEW PR2 H. G. Turco, ABH3 R. H. A. Smitherman was :
Vinh. "We saw the truck on NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
Route 82," said Lt. (jg) Ken- Gall. AME3 R. H. Gall AME3 In rate yesterday and llti
neth G.. Hespe, 25, of North: R. E. Sheriff and PN3 W. Wood- GMT1 F. Becker will be advanced t::.t1:: Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms

Merrick, Long Island N. Y. "It worth. Nov. 16. iI; Mrs. 9 a.m. 7pm. Come In & Browse r

was probably stuck because it NAItF

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my bombs hit right beside it and AWC L.' Rose,AG1E. Fields
produced white smoke from the AW2 N. McBridge AMH2 R. L. ATN2 P. G. Wohlgenuth,.ATR2
truck. My flight leader (Lt.Cdr. ,L. G.
AE2, M. A. Watts TD2 Krupa and AMS3 G. M. r
John E. Craig. 37, of Jack Ryan Davis. t
TD2 J. Langen '-
M. Hofer.
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Civilian Promotion

I'' Opportunities Open < s'

Merit promotion opportunities of the federalgoverlUTlent.Appl1-
I currently open for receipt of cations forms 171 or 57 shouldbe
applications are listed below.The filed with IRD Box 22, NAS .
area of consideration and closing Jacksonville, Fla. 32212. For 1 uu4ullt ,,Ij w i
4 date of each are shown. further information regarding r. l
MPB No. 72 67 plan D these positions, see the copies :
grade levels GS 4 and below, of" the bulletins or announce -
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C ments or call extension 2320,
all semi skilled positions pay rating and examining branch,
level seven and below and MPB IRD, NAS, Jacksonville, Fla. w. ,ayt. v
No. 83-67 plan B all skilled ,, ,
positions pay level eight and Post Office #
above. Area of considera '*

I Stts ChristmasMailing
4 Hospital, Navy Commissary ,
Stores, Navy Recruiting Station, f. Na

Disease Vector Control Center DatesEach ,
I j t f="1I'< \ '" r
and Resident Storage Office,
of the Naval Air Rework Facility's building
Jacksonville. Applications for PROGRESS 1 Is being made on another Increment
these positions will be accepted year around this time the program. A $938,444 extension to the Avionics Building IOI-U, at Saratoga Ave. and WaspSt.
!a at any time. A separate Post Office Department estab- ., is scheduled for completion by mid-June of 1969. The need for additional avionics over-
,1 application must be filed for lishes Christmas mailing periodsin haul facilities developed as a result of increased workload brought on by the increases in

each position in which interested. hopes that those mailing avionics systems and the new aircraft rework programs assigned to the facility.
MPB No. 157 68 Production Christmas packages to military
Superintendent (Aircraft) GS-15 people overseas will get them in
and MPB No. 159-58 General the mail early and avoid the Automatic Advancement for
Engineer, GS': 11. Area of annual last' minute Christmas
consideration: Nationwide. Ap rush.

plications will be accepted Again this the Post Of-
through the close of business year Certain Class 'A' GraduatesJax
Monday. fice, in conjunction with mili-
established the
tary units, has
MPB No. 164 68 Accountant -
GS 7. Area of con Christmas mailing period and is -- The Chief of Naval Graduates from Class "A" or ((1)) of BUPERS Instruction 1430.
i sideration: Nationwide. Ap asking everyone who plans on Personnel has announced that Service Schools are eligible for 14C; and have completed all eligibility -
plications will be accepted mailing articles overseas to get graduates of certain Class "A" automatic advancement to pay requirements for advancement -
through the close of business Oct. them in the mail in plenty of and Service Schools may be advanced grade E-4 in the rating for whichin necessary to participate -

31.All time. without competing in a training provided they: havea in the Navy-wide advance
applicants must be career Surface parcels should be Navy-wide advancement exam- minimum total obligated active ment examination.The .
or career conditional employees mailed between Oct. 14 and Nov. ination due to the need of high service in the current enlist- authority to effect auto-
9. Space available mail parcels, quality, school trained personnel.The ment which, when completed,will matic advancement terminatesone
i Exue AII"IC' letters, voice recordings, post Incentive of automatic advancement total six or more years of active year from the date of grad-
I cards, postal cards, postal ,and is offered in the interest duty; have graduated from a Class uation from Class '"A" or Service -
The Interagency Board of U.S. greeting cards should be mailed of increasing the lengthof "A" or Service School with a Schools.-
Civil Service Examiners for Flo- between Oct. 21 and Nov. 23. obligated service of school final grade equal to or higher Personnel who take advantageof
rida has issued examination announcement Parcel air lift should go in the trained personnel, especially in than that grade representing the this automatic advancement
1 for the position of mail between Oct. 28 and Nov. technical areas. percentile listed in enclosure program may also be eligiblefor
Helper Trainee, with starting 30 and parcels, letters and cards the full benefits of the STAR
salaries, .ranging, from $2.35 to bearing airmail postage shouldbe (Selective Training and Retention -
$2.74, per*hour. Applications :"'mailed between Nov., 30 and Bloody Bank to Accept )-Rrogram. : :' .
.., -
vflll be accepted until further Dec! 11.NARF. -.i For' ''further' information and
notice and,.should be sent to the requirements consult'' the BU-
Interagency Board of U. S. Civil Donations PERS Instruction 1430.14C of
Service Examiners for Florida, PROMOTIONS WednesdayJax Aug. 30.DON'T.
123 South Court Ave., Orlando, (Continued from Page 3))

Fla. 32801. December 16 -- The Jacksonville Blood as well as those with colds, flu D LAY.. twoW YOUR
Further information regardingthis Bank's mobile unit will be in or fever cannot be accepted.The STKTt VOTING MWSf ?
announcement may be ob ADJ3 A. D., Lewis Ward A, Building 8, NAS Dis- civilian employee re "" ... t(
tained by. calling the Employ February 16 pensary Wednesday to accept creation and welfare associationwill .J
ment oOffice in Building 907, donations to the Navy Civil
give to each donor, a ticket
Phone No. 772 3448 or 3449. ADJ3 G. W. Kempt and ADJ3J. Service Blood Account
R. Manning worth $.96 for a full meal in the
I All civilian employees and cafeteria or it may be exchanged
An estimated 15,000 vacancies March 16 military personnel are eligible to for food/drinks at any of the civilian -
within the nation's various
police draw on this account for them -
, departments are open to ADJC C. L. Moore, ADJ2 J.R. selves and their dependents at food services facilities.Jax .
; military personnel awaiting Frederick, AME2 S. R. Green, no cost for blood furnished. -
I discharge at any of the mili- ADJ3 D. M. Copes, ADJ3 W. M. Since the first of the year, 205 JAG Corps Dtvict Approved byCNOThe I
\ tary States.installations in the United Laffoon and ADJ3 D. R. Lotz. pints of blood have been been

I released to help 78 people. --
Among the
list of changes new device consists of
Personnel who
t 1 tribute are asked to contact to their con- recently in naval uniform regulations-,. two gold oak leaves curving
approved by the Chief
I : Ladies Be Better Dressed For Less supervisors so that they can of Naval Operations is the staff to form a semi circle in the
be scheduled between 8:15 corps insignia center of which is a "Mill-
Brand Home Samples and 11:15 a.m. for civilians and newly created Judge adopted Advocate for the Rinde."
after 1 for
p.m. military General's Corps. After months of research and
{ Volunteers are urged to eat
TkeCojo breakfast, but it should con "" t planning, five officers on duty in
s ', ""n
I! sist of very little fatty foods ( .t "' : \'" the JAG office came up with thenew

and liquids .such as butter, oleo \r device.
j 1740 Hwy. 17 Orange Park .
bacon, cream and milk. Break- \ The oak leaf on the device
Lingerie Sports Casual Cocktail fast should be eaten within four symbolizes strength. The two
hours of the scheduled report
counterbalancing oak leaves are
ing time. A volunteer who is identical and denote the scales
\, 'yooooooooo tOOOOOOOOOOOOOOf under 21, unmarried and does "upon whlchjustlceis'weighted".
not have written permission of
his will be The "Mill Rinde", often referred -
MONEY parents not allowedto
donate. to as the link or iron campof
Cash Monthly Months Employees with a history of 'S .;;{ a mill stone, is to symbolizethe

I IN I 1 DAY You Get Payment to Pay hepatitis (jaundice), malaria, w L lawyers ethics "to give

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320.79 19.00 24 for the new world of America
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1\\ Hundreds' at 'NAS v Jax r. Earn Promotion i Nod I

Dec. '16 .

Cemffair BT1 C. Nation, ADJ3 G. T. VP-1 Hilderhrand, ADJ3 G. Rogers, Q
RM3 D. Screer was the only Hack, DP3 F. Hargis and PH3D. Oct. 16 AZ3 T. Turcus and YN3 D.Walker. -

COMFAIRJAX advancement on G. A02 J. R. Hughes, AMH2T. .
the first increment, effective Huron.Jan.. 16 W.,. Martin, AE2' M. Priddy, YP-45
yesterday. AOC N. Daniels, AEC ,R. Ed- AMS3 T. R. Davis. ATR3 C.
RM1 D. Baldwin, YN3 J. An- wards, AEC A. Judeen, AEC W. Orynaviskt and CS3 R. Whi her. October $16 9 m t tI

derson, and PH3 G. Estaver Merchant,AEC E.Randolph,AEC Nov. 16 ATR2 W. L. Barr, RM2 R. ,
will advance Dec. 16 and PH3S. G. Reeves, AEC J. D. Riser, RM2 G. L. Clark. Beaudoin ATR2 R. Desserich il
Kreutzer, Jan. 16. AE1 K. Adams, AE1 C. Cope- RM2'M.T. Hayo, AE2 S.K. Hitt,
Other COMFAIRJAX advance- land, AE1 J. Gipson, BT1 R. L. Dec.. 16 ATR2 G. Seibert, AMH2 W. Stevenson -
ments include ADRC V. R. Gray Shea, AE1 K. Wofford HM2 AOC F. Browning, ADJ1 B. F. AE2 C. Wilson, AMS3R. w
PH3 B. G. Boyer and PT3 J. J. R. Hubner, DTG3 D. Gute- Hogan, AW2 R. J... Ellis, ATR2F. Armentrout ATN3 M. H.
Marcus, Feb., 16 and ADRC,'H. ., Gossien AW2 R. Plummer
lious and YN3 W. Pugh. Campbell, AE3 R.G. Corlew, kf\
Barnes, JOC F. Winne, PHI Feb 16 and ABF3 J. E. Jones.r':- AMS3 T. Skinner and ATN3 S.
D. Harrett, PHI J. Roebuck, '? :,
Jan. : ',
16 Worrell.
AEC J. Wells. PCI Jurgens- 1'' : ;.
YN2'T. Adamczyk, YN2 F.Webb, ,
PH3 P. Puran and PH3 C.Hampton meyer, HMI M. Mallach, DPI AWC J. S. Petersen: and.,* ADJ1-. November 16
; will advance Mar. 16. C. Miller, HM2 S. 'E. Axne, B. Faulkenberry. ":,* AMS3 N.H. Pinkham .
.' MM3 C. Gosney and SK3 C. Stovall. Feb. 16 December 16 ; F

: NJtTTC Mar. ADJ2 J. J. Pardo, ADJ2 W. T. AMSC R. M. Avery AEC C.
; Oct. 16 Smith, ADJ2 R. L. Spencer, YN3 Swartz, AE1 T. Perkins, AO2
R. Avery, AEC J. M.
M. Gurren, AZ3 J. N.'Still
; AOC F.HollandAEO.E.Tkach, Fiery, AEC K. Mantle, AECR. and AZ3 J. R. White. R. E. Kelsey, A02 J.D. Many,
Sassaman, AEC A. Wage AMH2 R.C. Smalley and
; AE2 L. Cormier, AE3 C.BurckI .
I halter and AE3 F. Gwalthney. man, AOC J. M. Wright, TD1 Mar. 16 J.F. Suver. '
Nov. 16 L. E. Baker, HM1 P. Des ADJC J. A. Dawe, YNC R. January 16

mond, PH2 J. G. Allis *-, PN2B. Hazzard, PHI J. K. Jaillite, PH2 CSl D. Robertson, AE1 W.K..
I; AMHC R. A. Alho, AEC J. Brown, PN2 H. Hill DYG2S. R. Barnard, AX2 C. Bateman, and AZ3 G.A.
Fulkerson, AOC J. A. Rhodes Koenig, YN2 G. L. Prarat AK2 R. F. Britt, YN2 R. L. Smith Major.
and: 'AOC R. Teague.Wave and TD3 T. Logan. Carver, ABH2 R. Coulter, ADJ2'E. February 16 I& V :
.. L. Horton, PN2 T. P. Komer ADJ2 D.G. Butler, ADJ2 R.A.
and AZ3 J. B. Logue. Kara, ADJ2 L. Monnig, ADJ2
: Airman Selected : L.G. Rahn and AZ3 B.R. Hayes.
.. ,
VAP-62 "
I March 16 1 ":t """"

'September Serviceman'Jax Oct. 16 SDl R. Gamboa, YN2 Chris- GIRL-WATCHERS' DELIGHT
_Willi ,Koopman can be seen
toph, ADJ2 M.E.Hicks, PN2
-- Wave Airman Clara A. for her"contihuouslyoutstaooing AQB2 G. Carter, ATR2 J... ?'tit. Kurtzman AMS2 C.F. Lynch, in the Universal-International
Nemeth of the Air Operations military and professional per Colbert, AQB2 H. Edison, AE3 AMS2 R. H. Mays, AME2 G. movie "Don't Just Stand
Maintenance Department Is' the formance, devotion ,to duty, M. Guarino, ATR3 J. Hansen, Rademacher, ADJ2 M. R. Rowe, There." In Willie case, she can .
AE3 R. Hille, 'AMS3..J. Hind- Just stand there and look lovelyfor
within exemplary conduct, military
to .
second woman a year PH2 M. Storms,AMS2 M.H.Wak-
man, ATR3 R. C. Lamb.and AE3R. as long as she wants.
station'sServiceman bearing and excellent knowledgeof .
be named the air
as hoff, PR3 D.M. Dalton, ADJ3 .
of the Month. She ,military etiquette" in a let- Nov. G.G. Dilts, ADJ3 D. Hancock, Patraw, PN3 M. Hanchon ADJ3R.
received the monthly certificate ter of nomination written by her (16 PH3 H.B. Schuck and ADJ3 R.. Meadows and ,AZ3 W. Red
I during ceremonies in the commanding : division officer. AMHC L. Mayer and AQB3 Steele. man.
.officer's office Friday. The nominating letter further A* Fletcher. >[
I Miss Nemeth, who reported said of Miss Nemeth, "she is Dec. 16 FAWrl NFO ".'

: aboard in June 1966, was cited assigned as senior Wave In the PTC H." Minnick, ATI W. DK3 W. Harvey will be ad -
AOMD Division's office. Utilizing Oct. 16
Greene,ATR2 M. Campbell,AE2 vanced Jan. 16 and DK3 K.Theys
: her past experience and T. Kirk, ATN2 K. Patterson, RM2 J. R. Sater will ,advance Feb. 16. '
applying her superior knowledgeto YN3 M. Garrett, ADJ3 J. Kriskka Dec. 16
the many complex problems of PH3 R.Meseravage and ADJ3 PN3 F. H. Updike, DVCCHMC ;',:.
office administration Nemeth
1 J. Rothgeb. ,

has phases completely of conquered duties.all! Jan. 16 ....,, ._,-._. E.England\\.YN3 Feb. i6ADJ2 ),\\\ : ''V.. rate'March C. Foster.' will.' advanceIn ',t .

,She has responded to and tack- AMH1 R. Espenson, AMS1 D. Sherry and YN3 J., Wadkins.! ,
led each technical and adminis- Kirkland, ADJ3J.Bateman,ADJ3D. Mar. ,16 .. Commissary
trative report with professional Harden, 'ADK3. Mosley and SIll R. Sayers and SHl A.
YNC C. Elliott, YN2 G. R.
AK3 ,
R. Welch.
competence often workingextra Stelle will be advanced Mar. 16
'hours in order, to meet deadline Feb. 16
' fly requirements". CSl D.'Galloway, AZI G.Som- Navy Relief Stands
For her accomplishments, the mise, ADJ2 M. Lauriat, ADJ2R.
h Rocky Ford, Colo., native was Olsson, ,ADJ2 D. Titus .and I
awarded a $10 gift certificateto PN3 R. Cochran.
to Give
Ready HelpEditor's
i the Candlelight Restaurant and. Mar. 16
a free portrait at the Navy Exchange
PHC L. Bacon PH1W.
a Portrait Shop,by the Navy
Exchange and a trip to St. Augustine PHl T. Byrne, PHI Townsend, ( Note: The primary ed his wife to go to a bank or
sponsored by the USO, AMS2 J. Adragna, PH2 C. Aus- purpose of this series is to credit union Immediately and see
Others nominated for the tell, AMS2 G. Detholff, PH2 C. bring to the attention of all per- if she could raise the necessary:
HONORED -- AN Nemeth re- monthly award were SN Mary Duvall PR2 R. Fowler, AMS2D. sonnel and their dependents the funds. Fortunately, she thought of
I ceives Serviceman of the Catlih, MM1 ,Allen Clotworthy, Hoffman, PH2 A. Kenton, PH2L. fact that there is one spot{ where Navy Relief first.
Month award from Capt. Cut EO1 Herbert Palmer, and AOl Madsen, YN2 R. B, McClay, assistance can be obtained in case "We ''contacted the Durham,
ler during Friday ceremony. John Kibby. PT2 McWain PH2 J. Ranieri, of true emergency. This past North Carolina Chapter of the
AME2 C. Shipley, AZ2 N. Sin- month, a service wife remem: American Red Cross and through
sg xxxx ogpacxxMrax% quefield, PH2 M. Turner, YN2T. bered this fact. This is the storyas their fine cooperation, the hos-
Vickers, ADJ3 R. Baker, told by the Executive Secretary pital agreed that they needed
1 THE AZ3 C. Douglas, AZ3 ,B. Gog- of the Jacksonville Auxiliary -: only the serviceman's share, of
iIF. ,gio, DK3 M. Hensley, ADJ3 B.I'MQTORS of the Navy Relief Society.) ,the costs with the balance being

.............. "Early last week I received a paid the hospital through the Mil-
phone call from the wife of a itary Medicare program. How-

AI: f.f{ : retired serviceman, living in ever, the doctor insisted on pay-
11'0 ::.::. Jacksonville. She stated that her ment in full.
lilt "'\"''''''''
: A rp f' husband had taken their eight- "We authorized the Red Crossto
year-old boy to Duke Hospitalin
::;; pay both the hospital and doc-
In Suburban Orange Park North Carolina for asthma tor and agreed to repay. them
: tests on the advice of their doc- for this expenditure. The familyis

1lt .. ...""' tor here. The boy had a severe now back iivJacksonville. All
I 1bF f : ::::: : asthma attack during the trip and of the assistance which we pro-
had to be hospitalized In North
P-L-E-N-T-Y vided
; was a gratuity except for
'':': Carolina
0 prior to commencementof
a of
: portion the doctor's bill
ofVW'sUm !! .
.... the tests. which will be reinbursed the
a "t\ jr "The hospital informed the father -
ya serviceman
;ji"'fi that they required paymentin
HobbyShopU us.
", '.,t'* N "'Wtr-.r...:..", full before release of the boy. ,
L' 1t _.....?:"-- -.. : SPECIALS : As he did not have this kind of

j Come see us and learn how a modern garden apartment B 64 AUSTIN Sprite $490 money, (the room alone was $40a

can provide luxury Irving at a modest cost; $170.00 per Conv. : day) he phoned home and ask-

month for a 2-bedroom unit includes ALL utilities and % 63 OLDS-F85 $690 e Slttvnp oat

the following: 62 FORD Sed 4490 .
0 Clear, inviting Pool .Complete l laundry 61 OLDS Stick.$390 CanYouTAKE 4621 San Juan Ave.
.Large open Gazebo for facilities 60 FORD V-8 Stick.$240 :
private Luous .Central heating and CHICKENDINNERS
4 Lounge available by Air Conditioning 59 FORD 2DR. $190 : YOUR CAR

Private Reservation Patios .Wall& drapes to wall carpeting U Stick........... For Financing WTH and YOU Insurance? 2 Pieces, French

Master TV System Walk-in : Stateside and Overseas. Call Fries, Cole Slaw,
Large closets
Muzak We BMyellFiHQHce6566Normandy E Hot Rolls . 85*
DYER M. BURR 4 Pieces French
Fully Equipped Kitchens by Hhotpuoinir .
: EMPLOYEES Hot Rolls . $1,15

221 Old Oriife Pwk N. 264-4263 5 Boulevard : FINANCE.CORPORATIONand loxes, Buckets
2'5 Miles South of NAS JAX Main Gate En n.1Jitf.J'T ; INSURANCE COMPANY find iirrels.Good
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October 17, (I968

I. I. Marine Aviation! Del I IJax jfJi 1-l-:-.. ;\

ujr SSgt.' Jitn Custer: -
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-- 1st Sgt. A. A. Lentz, The ball will be held at the Three marines were awarded S
chairman of the Planning Com- Cedar Hills Armory on Wilson Meritorious Masts this week by
mittee for this year's combined Blvd., and tickets are currentlyon LtCol. R. P. Eckmann com-
staff NCO and Sergeants' Marine sale at $6.50 per person. manding officer. Cpls Thomas W.
Corps ,Birthday Ball has announced * Sowell and David F. Leishmanas
'' plans for the forthcoming The three former students, well as LCpl Lloyd W. Mat- A
celebration. 4 Cpl. Sowell of AO School and Cpl. son were cited for their devo- .
The schedule of events for the Leishman and LCpl. Matson of tion to duty while attending schoolat rr-- r
ball are: open bar from 7 to AE School, were further praisedfor NATTC.
7:30 p.m., cake cutting cere- their ability to complete their
mony from 7:30 to 8 p.m., dinner respective courses of study with Cine-Globe'
from 8:15 to 9:15 p.m., high averages. r
dancing (music by the Red Coats Cpl. Leishman also received a
from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., bar promotion to his present rank Mobil. Theater
closes at 1:45 a.m. and the conclusion for finishing first in a class of
of the ball will be at 72 with a 94.3 average. Cpl. Visits Regency
2 a.m. Sowell and LCpl. Matson are
All retired marines He-siring! currently enroute to duty with the
to attend the ball should contact' 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing at, Jax -- You're off traveling THAT'S THE KEY...Capt. Fred Mohle USN Ret., (I) presentsthe
1st Sgt. Lentz at extension 3380or Cherry Point, N.C., while Cpl. faster than the speed.of sound keys to a new Chrysler Newport convertible to be used for
contact any Staff NCO or Ser- Leishman is headed for service piloting the Navy's hottest fighter recruiting to Capt. Berton R. Otto CO of NARTU.
geant at the Marine Aviation De- with the 3rd Marine Aircraft WingEl the F 4 B "Phantom II"! purposes
tachment. Toro Calif. Where? The Navy Marine

Disposal Donates Hisforkal IftMS'- tre Corps The at Regency Mobile huge Cine domed Square.-GlobeThea attractionwill I NARTU News and ViewsBy I

be making its debut in the J03 Skip Fairfield
Jax -- Future, generations will Other items, including a cutaway state In connection withNavyDay
be able to relive history because of a 20mm gun assembly 1968. The appearance of the Jax---Cdr. Edward G. Wil- advancement of two pilots to
the station's Property Disposal and gun cradle, bomb fins and Cine Globe Theatre here has burn commanding officer of VA plane commander. This, involved
Division has made several items sonobuoy containers will be used been coordinated with the Navy 24F3 brought his squadron backto over 35 hours of'ground training -
available to further two Navy to reconstruct WWII aircraft and and Marine Corps Exhibit Center., NARTU from NAS Los Ala- 20 hours simulator time,
,' t Historical projects. ordnance for static display rat In Washington by the Public affairs mitos with five accomplishmentsthe 17 hours standardization flight
4 The scrap and obsolete mathe Naval Aviation Museum at Office at Fleet Air Jack- entire crew can be proud of. time, and familiarity all emergency -
: terial was made available following Pensacola. sonville. It will be open to*the Three hundred hours were procedures. Now qualifiedto
the visit earlier this sum- """ rY llil public from 10 a.m. 10 p.m. flown while on cruise withouta accept complete responsibilityfor
mer of two officers from the from Oct. 25 through Nov. 3. major breakdown to any of the aircraft are LCdr. A.N.
Smithsonian Instutition. There will be no admission the three NARTU C-118 "Load- Cabe, and LCdr.: Walter N.
Several metal containers from charge and:! spacious Regency masters", Most of the flying Cawby.
Disposal will be used for hand .. Square provides ample parking. took place near the West Coast 44'a
I station of Los Alamitos, Calif. Capt. Berton R. Otto,
washing items recovered from The Cine Globe is an air com-
I the Civil War relic, the USS inflatable hemispheric dome con The flights included NATOPS manding officer of NARTU, accepted -
I Tecumseh. Divers are attempt- taining a three dimensional checkouts, routine checkouts and the keys of a new 1969
; ing to raise the old ship which movie theatre. It made its first 13 special airlifts. Chrysler Newport convertible
lies covered with mud and silt first appearance at the New York One flight from Barbers Point, from Capt. Fred B. Motile USN
in the harbor at Mobile, Ala. "" World's Fair in 1964 and 65. Hawaii, to a point in the South Ret. here last weekend.
;J; Donations Since then, over 2 million people Pacific involved a priority one The car was presented by the
have taken in this wonder. cargo of material for a missile Jacksonville Council of the Navy
tl; :: Aloha ', The movie was filmed with a base. League of the United States which
j Say d special fish eye lens. When it While in Brunswick Maine, each year presents NARTU witha
Your "' ,.: is shown on the hemisphericscreen the squadron assisted another new recruiting car.
j If! to Neighbor tq,;,, '.... the viewer becomes part reserve squadron move from Officer recruiters,will use'thenew
of the action. '. BrunsWick to Dallas Th6 move car to travel to college
You'll catapult off the flight consisted of the transferral of campuses carrying out recruiting -
rDllVE u TO. j, deck of one of our largest air equipment and men to their new duties.
r craft carriers make inflight home. I
' maneuvers strafing runs and After completion of this move,
return to the ship. You'll pub- VR24F3 helped two regular Navy
I merge in a Navy nuclear pow- VA squadrons move from Oceana, f'A
\ HAWAII ered Polaris submarine and Va., to Fallon, Nev. Again they :
ride a Marine. tank through jungle flew the bulk of the transferred
terrain.. equipment and personnel. b
\ f' DAYTONA BEACH There's all this and more, at Eighteen of the aircrewmen td
the Cine Globe Theatre which members participated in and
i will be appearing at Regency completed swim survival trainingat .t
; / H4W4\\4\\ Square. NAS Los Alamitos while on .tr
; cruise. The men went throughthe
"Dilbert Dunker". the parachute -
I Tho U. S. Naval Support Ac- drag,and normal swim sur-
tivity, Da Nang, Vietnam, operates vival training.
the largest combat casualty -
hospital in Vietnam. Another important milestonethe .
squadron completed was the Jt
I LCdr. Wilson swears in son.

,:. 2301'S.. AtlMtic A'I., 1. One of the most pleasant assignments -
LCdr. Marvil Jay Wilson -
\ HAS EVERYTHING! has ever tackled came a-
4I bout last weekend when he swore
Special' his son, Timmothy Jay into the
ROC m program.
\ )\ Commander Wilson did the
{ Military Rate's honors as most of the recruiting
department witnessed his son

#::iI' Ckildroe. virftr 12 porvbod i CMdroii's being sworn Into the Reserve Officers -
f,.. D. Campfarodiso Candidate Program.Tim .
r Hwit.4 indoor pool, for Iho Is a freshman at Florida
g All Ocomfrontccomoo'olioni. .kids' State College and plans to go
tiotic Polynesia for pilot training and follow hisfather's
I 1-story Moon lock Naval
.AtmoipKtroHufaGwfc" footsteps as a
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October 17, 1968 JAX AiR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pale ,


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will be sliownnifthtlyat SchedulesACEY

the NAS Jax Theater at 7:30 p.m.
There will also be a kiddie mat-
inee at 2 pm. Saturday and a Ads should be mailed to the Molt Publishing Company, 1950 Dlanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
-- Today and tomorrow Florida 32210, to arrive not later than
regular feature at 2 Sundayand Tuesday for publication the following! Thursday.
holidays. The Hospital Theater a buffet will be served Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
will have from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and publisher is instructed otherwise. A check ,or money order for the full cost of the ad must
one nightly I i featureat Sunday from 4 to 9 p.m. All be received WITH the copy for the ad.
7 p.m. Cecil Field will have
you can eat for $1.25. Friday
two nightly shows during the weekat
Mel Do Net Seed Cisfc -'
5:30 and 8 p.m. Matineeswill Gadden and the Lazy Rhythm ,
Girls will be
on stage. Saturday -
be shown on Weekends

2 and 5 p.m. Ratings: A-Adults at; Mark Castle dance and to the under music lights of Rite: Minimum charge ((3 11.15)). . a . .$2.00
GA General Audience M -

Excellent Matured Youths; VG-Very; S-Superior Good; ;F E-- Sunday Sunday will is game be the night Five beginning Clubs. Per a dltloul! Use ((4 words per line). . 0.50

at 6 .
Fair; CNA-Class Not Available. p.m."FRA"
CLUB--Tomorrow is

Thursday Oct. 17 party night, welcoming the Ladies -
Auxiliary's national president JUSTISS TRAILER PARK' 1 1967 HONDA '90' LAKE LOTS
NAS: "ZULU" starring Stanley at 8 p.m., with live mus dr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean ORANGE PARK Large lots on Santa Fe Lake.

Baker and Jack Hawkins. Color ic.. Tommy "C" and the Sem- modern trailers -& Apts. 389- Almost new, only 1200 mi..$300 Terms. Call Owner 387-7379.

Adventure. GA/E. ((135)) inoles will be on hand from 9 3007. incl. luggage rack 2 mirrors, FOR RENT OR FOR SALE

HOSPITAL: "TENDER SCOUN- p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Sun- 2 helmets. Call 264 4320 Houses & Apts. Equity. VA &
DREL" starring Jean Paul Bel- day is band audition ...5 p.m. COMPLETE FISHING OUTFIT57 evenings. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
monbo and Madja Tiler. Color Dixie Swing Billies. The ERA Ford 17 Ft. Plywood Boat- Call Powell or Mills USN
Comedy. A-M/G. ((97)) galley is open from 5 to 10 F.G. Bottom with Trailer. 40 FOR SALE Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
CECIL FIELD: "I'LL NEVER H.P. Mercury with Elect. Start Motorcycle Trailer fits all Realty. ,,Military-Free Notary.
I FORGET WHAT'S HIS NAME" p.m.CPO CLUB -- Tomorrow $600 Cash. Call after 5:00 p.m. makes; Bell Helmet 6 718 size.
(starring Orsen Wells and Oliver night Mark Castle will be pro- 7718830.A See at 8478 Manresa- Ave. Orange UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT
Reed Color Comedy Drama. viding the dance music, and Sat- Park. 4031 Baltic St., 2' Br., 1 Bath
A/G. ((99)) urday the Clubs will be on stage. "SPOT" FOR YOU Bungalow w/stove&refrlg.Furn.
To selected, highly capable Officers 1962 BUICK LA-SABRE Dining Rm., Garage & Space
Friday 18 JACKETS -
and Senior Petty Officers Hardtop, Radio, Heater, Power Heater. $90 Mo. EV 85545.
Tonight, tomorrow and Satur -
NAS: "NO WAY TO TREAT leaving the service, a leading Steering & Brakes. Real Good
day night enjoy the music of WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear
A LADY" Rod nationwide firm offers a position Condition $500. Call 7812599or
Steigerand :
Phil Cay and the Chantels, plus NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of
Lee Remick. Color Suspense with an income that need never Cecil lxt. 663.
the "Hipps Girls" in Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn.
A-M/E. climbing. A job you'll like
Comedy. ((108))
Go Go. afternoon from Newly 2BR LR
Saturday Apts. painted, ,
HOSPITAL "ZULU"CECIL in a choice of locations.Company
: 2 to 6 p.m. the Rush Hour Band YOUR HOMESITE NOW AND Kit.- Furn, Nook 2 Car parking.
FIELD "CO NTER- sponsored orientation to speed
: will be on stage. The Sunday transition. Write P.O. FOR RETIREMENT CLOSE TO Water, Sewage & Garbage incld.
FEIT KILLER" starring Jack matinee features the Standard your to NAS Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call
Box 13177, Orlando Fla. 32809
Lord and A-M/G.
Shirley Night.
Production from 2 to 6 p.m. followed We have many lovely homesites 387-2541, nites or weekends Call
Attn: Eastern Area Manager.
((97)); by the Chrystal Cathedrals just across the river via the new 389-0744.

"' from 8 until midnight. Monday CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS bridge (under construction)in the
the, "6" Teens will be under Mandarin area about 7 minutes SINGER FOR $25
:: Saturday Oct. i 19 1967 Ford Country Squire Sta.
the lights and Tuesday the mus- A/C V-8P/SAutoTrans- from the station. Lots may be Sewing Machine left In storage
Wag. ,
NAS: "KONA COAST" starring ic makers will again be the Rush SPECIAL $2295. purchased for cash, or on time. Good condition. Does everything,
Richard Boone and Vera complete with attachments.
Hour Band. Wednesday night
Yours for $25.
Miles. Color Melodrama. A/ bring your favorite date to enjoy 6 Auto Trans. storage charge,
$1795. Sewer, water,paved streets.Lots
each. Call 353-1946.Will deliver,
((93)) the music of the famous Drifters.
HOSPITAL: ."NO WAY TO Admission will be $1.00. 61 FORD FALCON 4 Dr., 6 Cyl. begin at 3000. No obligation. A-l WAREHOUSE
TREAT A LADY" "0" CLUB -- Tonight is Auto Trans. $295' .' 2)) SYLVAN BLUFF ESTATES. 1606 MAIN ST.GOING .'
Call Mr. Madison B.1se'Ext.' 2431 Large, heavily wooded, magnificent -
CECIL FIELD: "TENDER "Beefeaters Night" Prices are '''OVERSEAS
homesites With riverfront,
SCOUNDREL" set at $2.25 for, adults and ior 3845941.WE. creekfront, lakefront, or inside 16Ft. 'Borum FG Bottom 35HP

'.. ,r $1.25 for-children under 12. Fri- FINANCE! .' lots from $8,000 up. EV. ES ,& TRL, Extras $275.
.. Sunday Oct. 20' .' day and Saturday is the champagne Call us for information on these 1967 25" Sylvania Color TV with
special and other building sites. Information UHF & VHF Outside Ant/Mast
NAS: "BOOM" st.1rringEliza- will be mailed on request.. $350. 1964 Imperial .4D HT,
beth Taylor and Richard Bur- L. WALTER BENJAMIN, INC. 41,600 Mi. Still under warranty,
ton. Color-Drama. A/E. ((113)) ,OPEN \ SUNDAY (Major USMC Ret). 268-5506. Loaded, perfect $1950. Ph. 264-


Sale. AKC, 7 Wks. old. NEVER USED

Monday Oct. 21 387-3846. Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma-
chine. Makes buttonholes, fancy
NAS: "MR. BUDDWING" star- A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY HELP WANTEDFEMALEPart designs, blind hems. Pay bal.$25
ring James Garner and Jean Time Cashier, Mon. ,thru cash or $5 mo. Dealer. Free
Simmons. Color Drama. A-M/ W. |". them the VW 16 point S.f.ty nd PerfOrIDMCe In.p that.ct- Fri. NAS, Cecil Field 7713211Ext. home trial 771-9106 anytime.
Ion. Then .e tuned up. tlChtened. and repleced verythinc
((99) needed It. And KUuMt.ed them 100,. for th. repair or mile l.cem.nt 8180Corson. .
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HOSPITAL "BOOM" of alt major l part.* for 30 da y. or 1000 Com MIDDLEBURG AREA
TREAT A LADY" ASSEMBLIES ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Full or Part Time,' No Exp. acres & larger. Terms. Ph.
EVERY CAR STATE INSPECTED Nec. Earn $20 $30 for 3 hrs. 282-5272 or 282-5224.
.mwWlfw. work. Call 781-1608. between
t 63 VW Sedan. . . . . $895 9 AM and 10 AM daily. AUTOMATIC WASHERS

64 VW Sedan. . .. .. . . $ 900 Recond., & Guaranteed,Westside
STEREO CONSOLE MODEL $68 Products 5407 Wes-
65 VW Sedan. . .. '.. .,-. : .". $1195 With radio, take up payments on I Surplus connett Blvd. 771-3676'

66 VW Sedan . -. ". .:..,.:. : ."''.4.d." *"'-. $1390 beautiful stereo like new.4speedrecord '

'OWi 67 VW Sedan. . :JV'\ . . !: '$1650 changer.. Balance due$68. FOR RENT 2 BR. APT. FURN.

DIAL TOM CAVINESS! 66 VW DI x Sta. Wag . . . $1795 Or 1940$8 anytime.per month.Ask Phone for Credit 353- Orange Personnel Park.or Will to 264 TAD-
would like to a
If you DISC JOCKEY 67 VW .K rman' Cpe..y... ,:..>.p" r--. '. .$1900 Manager* Will deliver, no obli-, 6884.

NEWSCASTER orANNOUNCER 66 VW Squareback. . . ;.: . .$1650 gation.Main St.A-I Jacksonville.Music Center, 1606 DARDEN MOBILE HOME '

66 VW Fastback . .. :,.;/f'\ ., SI495 Subdivision, 9416 Crystal Springs
A recorded message by : HELP!! Rd., 781 2127. Close to Cecil
Tom Caviness tells you how. 66 VW Fastback Air Cond. .V." .... t.\.,; $1790 They've socked it to us! New .Field 85x91' Lg. Lots water,

Phone 355-4834 67 VW Fastback. . ,. .. ;" $1795 1969's are coming in droves I paved roads, patioFURNIS1iED

67 VW Fastback, Air Cond.'. ,. .: '..?.;:/.. $2150 All 1968's must go I Check these APT.
I deals
special : A Brand new 12
64 COM T 2 Dr. . .. \ ::?'.. .. $795 wide, 2 bedroom model, $350 3941 Boone Park, 4 Rm. Upper.
down delivered I A self contained Conv. NAS $70. Available after
'AI (1 66 OLDS F 85,Deluxe- 4 Dr. Loaded Air"Cond.' -' $1895 travel trailer, only $495! Free 20th. EV 7-3356 after 6 p.m.

d Sri JuaflfI 67 MUSTANG 2 Door HUdt P . . $1950 set up and delivery within 100 '66 OPAL KADETTSpt.

66 PLYM. Fury II 4 Dr. Extra Clean Air Cond., ._ $1850 miles, bank rate financing, ser-
Cp. Lo Mi. New Paint Real
vice after the sale! We're
());ias 66 PL YM. Fury III 2 Dr. Hardtop. ., . $1850 until 10 PM every night, Monday open Bargain. Can arrange' financing.Day .

through Friday at BONANZA MO- 772.2931'Nate 771-8657.
66 FORD Galaxiesoo A Dr. H.T. Air cond. $1850
Vsan BILE HOMES, 5318 Philips
Juan at Niblick ,64 PLYMOUTH 4 Door. Air Condo . . $895 Hwy., phone 359-2664 Look for FURN. APT. FOR RENT
2 BR.
Near Collins &
Phone 384 4406 Big Bo, the giant Bonanza Hwy.
66 G.M.C. K Ton Pick UP. . . ." $1550 Cowboy! 17. Reasonable. 771-1975 or
Apply 8540 Matera Ave.
s 1 J. 2, Ct 3 Bedrooms OVER 40 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
OGarden Type Apartmentswith HYDE GROVE SINGERGOLDEN
Country Club: 1663 Westminster Ave. Beautiful SEW
.Kitchens Atmosphere equipped with (.i-CKmiocs WESTSIDE I 4 Br., 2 Story Brick & Red- USED AS A DEMONSTRATORONLY.
{* Refrigerators wood, 2 1/2 baths, Lg. L.R. Like new,4 dr desk.Does
.'Individual( Air Conditioning Fireplace: Sep. D.R., w/w car- all this without attachmentsBut
and Heating byE. VOLKSWAGEN INC. peting. Built-in Kitch., Lg. Paneled tonholes fancy designs, blind
Drapes furnished Den. C/A & Heat. Double hems, overcasts, winds bobbin
\Uflll\ to \Uflll\ (.arrel n"", and Garage. High lot. Fenced 'back- through needle. Bal. $41 or$5.20mo.
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,In intra mural sports there BOWLING:
are three sports rearing com Continental League vance for dinner and play.VOLLEYBALL .
pletion. Tennis is awaiting two Weapons 12 4 :
more playoffs before it will be .V A 44 11 5
finished, winter bowling has VA 13 11 5 Intra mural Volleyball start-
been completed, and IM foot VA-174 10 6. ed Monday with VA 44 winningthe
ball has only three games left National best two out of three over
League NAMTG. On Tuesday, Weaponsbeat
to play before the teams enter
the Station Championship mat VA-45I2 i# 14 2 the Marines In the two out
i a f' dies. VA 45 /# 1 13 3 of three match. r
Those are VA 12 vs Wea- OMD 13 3 UPCOMING EVENTS:
pons ((5 p.m.) and VA 44 vs AMD 10 6
+ HACK 9 VA 174 (6 p.m.) today,and the American League The IM Volleyball schedule is
irs : big match between VA 44 and ,' as follows: Today, Weapons vs
) 1, Weapons which has not been scheduled AMD 10' 2 NAMTG. Next game is Oct. 28,
yet. NAMTG 9 3 when the Marine Barracks will
JII- r.r > r Dental 6 6VA81 meet VA 174.
Tuesday, Oct. 8; Marine Bks. GOLF: VA 44 is the only Cecil teamto
-- 32 VA-12 0. VA-81 The Cecil Field Ladies Golf enter theCOMFAIRJAX Touch
land V A 37 0. 'odd 9' played last Friday was Football Tournament. This i is
I Award of Tbo Go..... Horstshoo Wednesday Weapons 30 and won by Ellen Ropiak with a 33 open to activities connected with
VA 87 0. VA 81 6 and and second was Nelda Bradt witha C1NCLANTFLT. The tourna -
Commander Neil Craig, Air- puted champion from AMD'. VA 44 8. ment will be held Oct.21 throughthe
\ craft Maintenance Officer, re- (Commander Craig changed thisto Thursday; VA -, 45 1 and AMD 35.Upcoming in golf is the mixed 25 and will be conducted ona
I ceine a "golden horseshoe" read 'undisputed' prior to the 0. VA 174 20 and VA 12 two ball to be held Oct. 27 at double elimination basis, gov-
from his admirers after "win- ceremony.) 0.Monday. the golf course. The event will erned by the Official National
1 ning the singles horshoe tour- The commander paired with ,Oct. 14; Marines 28 include dinner and participants Touch Football Rules. Awards
nament (in the eyes of his admirers AZ1 Bill Brown to win the and VA 81 14. VA12 may tee off between 11 and 2. will be granted to the' winner
). He came in second behind doubles, and said "If it. ,asn't land VA-45 0. Entries should be made in ad- and runners up. _
) AE3 C. B. Pannell in the for my bad eye, or the other
q singles throwoff, but this fact of players pulling a fast one (win-
j scoring did rot deter his follow- ning) or something..." as he
ing, represented by the assistant explained to his loyal fans how Foo-tbaIl.'
aircraft maintenance officer, he came to receive the horse- FoIl.y
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I ij \ .iti ";":." 1tfJff "'"
Foxes ",. '" :\ \'. ,'. ,...;:;I\,1i.!- '> ,n' Ytir Htlffil MMM
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I ... .y Eira $25,000The
Aid School
Navy Department has established -
a program where mili-
Tax -- The Patrol
Squadron tary personnel can receive as
Five Mad Foxes, who are now much as $25,000 cash for a
on deployment to Rota, Spain, suggestion, Invention or scien-
have adopted a Spanish schoolas tific achievement which would
part of the squadron's peopleto benefit the government.Men .

people program. and women on active duty
The El Balnea rio School is v ith the Navy, Marines or Coast
run by the sisters of the "Sacred 1a a Guard are eligible to partici-
Heart of Jesus" in an underprivileged pate in the program.
area of the city of
Jerez, Spain. Over two hundred Suggestions to be consideredfor
and fifty children ranging, from the cash awards are con-
structive ideas submitted in writ
three to 15
years in age attend
the school which provides meals ing by an Individual or group
and shelter in addition to anedu- that propose a method to do a
cation. job better, faster or cheaper for

Throughout the summer, the the Navy, Marines or govern-
ment. It may propose ways to
"Santa Sailors" from VP-5 have + tf a
been contributing their free timeto e improve services to the fleet,
make repairs and paint the CHRISTMAS IN OCTOBER.Lt. J.F. Klein and Ltjg( )' D.F. John visit' the El Balnearlo quality of products, procedures,
school in preparation for fall School children in Jerez, Spain. VP-S has been aiding the school with paint-up and fix-up tools, machines and equipment,
classes. In addition to the paintup projects as wen as gifts of toys, clothing and educational supplies. protection of property, safety,'
and fix-up projects, clothing .. working conditions or morale..

and toys were collected in Jacksonville The suggestion may combine operations -
by the wives of squadron materials,' methods,
personnel and flown to Rot for j records, reports and forms or
the school's children. eliminate unnecessary work, duplication -

Money was also collected Within breakage, waste.. fire
the squadron to help purchase and safety hazards.
educational supplies.A By Philip L. Weintraub Instrumental The first, item and probably most -9 Jz Awards for tangible sug
local firm, Cain &Bultman People everywhere find saving good sound savings is gestions, those which can be
Inc., contributed a new 21" television -
money to be a very difficult task. to. establish goals. Goals can measured and expressed In
to the children of the But whether take terms of dollar value, from
you your money only be determined by need. If range
El Balneario School. This gift and write a check to depositit you want to save for that second $15 for the first $300 savingsand
was especially appreciated by the into your bank savings account honeymoon in many cases $5 for each additional $100,
children, many whom had never every month or stuff your money the first) a limit, or aim of tli to $1,150 for the first $100,000
previously seen a television. into a mattress week and $5 for
every you saving should be set. If your savings each additional
VP-45 is under the command of w
need guidelines $5,000.
to help yourselfsave.
goal is a new car, or a college
Cdr. John R. Farrell. .
education for your children. you Intangible suggestion cash a -
should dutline your goal. ,e t wards, those derived from a suggestion -
Corpsman. School Seeks Organization is an important which cannot be reducedto

I part of setting one's goals. When a specific money value, suchas
Men, Women VolunteersJax you speak to someone, your mind 2 improvements in safety,

...... r o' __ automatically. organizes your welfare, morale and various daily
-- J.nemer of me Bureau The two Naval Hospital Corps thoughts, so you can speak in an operations, range from $15 to
of Medicine and Surgeryhas Schools located at Great Lakes, intelligent manner. The same J ".-I_ more than $750.Personnel ,.
announced that the Class 111., and San Diego, Calif., have type of organization should become with possible
"A" Basic Hospital Corps classes which convene weekly for second nature to you when PIPED ASHORE suggestions should fill out NAV-
School is open for assignments. a period of 14 weeks. establishing your savings goals. Franklin Herrington was retired EXOS Form 12450/8 and turn it
To be eligible for this schoolone Comparison, is another guide- to the Fleet ReserveOct. in to their division officer or
must : have a high school line to. follow. See how well .4, after .,20 years of active awards officer.
education'or equivalent; havea your money working for you.> duty service. He was assigned F-u'nber'information concern -
combined GCT and ARI score Savings certificates, savings as the First Lieu- ing the Cash Awards Program can
of 100 or better; be in pay grade bonds, savings and loan banks tenant Chief for the VP-16 be found In SECNAVINST
E-2 or E-3 and not have successfully and many out of state banks pay "Eagles".. 1650.24A of Sept. 10.
completed a different higher Interest rates than your
Class "A"Schoolhave; two years regular bank.
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remaining on course convening earning power. Make it earnat i
Irij date; have demonstrated its highest potential. Watch'
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toward care of the sick; and, you can materially use it
when possible, be interviewed by for can be one of the most
rrY an officer of the Medical De rewarding aspects of saving.,Well
organized guidelines increase M
partment. ,
Requests should be submittedon your money's earning power and
the Enlisted Transfer and help you to attain, your goal

Special Duty Request, NAVPERS faster.
1306/7 ((3-67)) with the Chief, Make the most of every invest-
Bureau of Medicine and Surgerya ing article you can find. I favor
via addressee. the stock market,but by no means
Commanding Officers will recommend should anyone become sidelinedto
: approval of disapprovalof invest only in the market.Real,

the request and verify all estate,0 savings certificates,
GET.LOSTIN information included.For bonds and many private enter-
further information con- prises can be rewarding on a.
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feigns immobility as ASJ2 Ken Holm attaches the
ACTING VICTIM--Ltjg( ) "Skip" Huges

i 1 rescue sling.

YAP-62 Receives Helo Rescue Training

By Lt. D.A. Boughan

j jI' Rescuing downed aviators Is
the special calling of helicopter
Search and Rescue teams. The
job is complicated when the.flyers -
happen to be down in enemy
held territory with the "bad
guys" in hot pursuit.To .
AWAY Ltjg(( ) Hughes is his prepare
UP. UP AND "Skip" on way graphic Squadron 62
up in_ the!._rescue. basket. __ ., ___ ,,_,_ their way to Southeast
[ ::.'.::5',f. '" ., '".., .. ,,,,;t' eventuality, Naval dry"Yy4
,,f,', ',- "".. ..j., '," '', "" any p A '
'" ', tion Search and
sent Lt. Gary Haynes
ADJ1 Frank Farley -
I : and ADR2 Ken Holm -
to provide practical V rx
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j ,':'{' ..J' techniques. The
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r ,..' .', "'::::?P :' water phase of the
", ",J:'."., ,.,." .,' Yt LCdr. Ken ( ) S
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< :> Lamb experienced --PHI I John Lamb signals his location to the
J ; :.;:a ,,;' <1 ; r a I' ,: the downed many airmen methods and used crew with. his day/night flare.

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integrated torso ,
used to lift the gtGULAflOr4S'S t
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This training,
Now There Are
Flight Surgeon Lt. W. S
will be invaluable to

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familiarity with the -
and techniques will 4C/P
that could mean the
between rescue and
STANDBY "' Speed is essential, >,: .
protect the downed
'to minimize exposure
1/2 helo to hostile fire. :
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fCECI'LI.CAPS. i'News 1 r'\<>''''I;.,i I A .L x- I

Items of Interest For Aid Abort Cecilitts...

CECIL AQ1 Klifton K. Kirk man,ATI, has been selected as social meeting at the Chapel : '*
has been selected "Instructor "Instructor of the Month" at Fellowship Hall Oct. 22 from 4
of the Month" for Detachment NAMTRADET 1016 10 to 12 a.m. The club invites (
1034 (A 7)) for August. interested enlisted wives of Navy, : / I ,:
Kirk was commended for :nis Hoffman checked aboard 1016 Marine, Corps or Coast Guard
outstanding initiative and ability from VS 25, NAS North Is personnel to attend. A ii A
his devotion to duty and the cheer land, Calif.and has been instructing is provided. Members note nursery the
I'j\ I
ful, cooperative,spirit with which in A4 and A7 avionics systems. new meeting time.
he met the problems which con- #/f., / -I-% t i mmsi 11. iON
front him. III
. DALLAS, TEX. .The Navy's PARADE Two Cecil civil servants will feature prominently
The Cecil Field Navy Wive's A 7 attack bomber, newest
CECIL.Lawrence E. Hoff- Club /# in the activities when the American Business Women's Association's
121 will hold its monthly aerial weapons system to go into
national convention is hosted by the Jacksonville Crown Chapter of
combat the
in VietNamwar
,, the today through Saturday. all
passed the 100,000 hour markin group Wearing orange blazers abovean
orange striped with white turtleneck shell and orange
flight time since the
first flew three ,J. R. skins and pumps, Mrs. LouiseBeard, (left)seeretarytothe Cecil
years ago Commanding Officer and Mrs. Agnes D. Tracey, the Air Operation
president andgen -
__ Officer's secretary will work transportation and tours
eral manager of LTV AerospaceCorporation's .., ........-".
: Vought Aero .
nautics Division said today. Cecil -
pilots logged many of those 11 A
n -- \i miles. %?! .'
The figure, Mr. Clark said, _
L A r includes total hours flown in the Iv ,w '!1S ,r
.. more than 300 A'- 7A and A- 7B :
.1 Corsair Us delivered to date.

1_ Flights were made by Navy, Air
b Force and company pilots.

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Cdr. Burnett, left, "Honorary Bull" Fretwell ---
CASH FOR SAVINGS. .Mrs. Patricia M. Hilliard, receives
$15 check from Cdr. H. L. Grosskopf, for her suggestion to ,
eliminate typing, reproducing and distribution of Zone Re -
Skipper Named 'Bull'CECIL ports. (Photo by William Burkett)

I Prior tohis squad- sponsibility of keeping the faith,
ron's deployment. Commander Commander Burnett presented
A. Burnett, of Attack Squadron Commander T. E. Dunlop of the r'
37 presented Capt. U. L. Fret- "Golden Warriors" a Blue Rib-
well, Cecil Commanding Officer, bon award. No." 1 "Bull" Bur-
with a plaque which made him nett assigned specific areas of TODAY IS '
the first And only "Honorary responsibility to include:
Bull". 1. Winning all available athletic -
Also, knowing they were trophies. INTERNATIONAL
scheduled to depart Cecil InOc 2. Winning all flight competi- r
tober, the VA 37 "Bulls" tions.
sometime ago set themselvesthe 3. Not sweating inspections. CREDIT J
difficult task of finding a 4. Maximum utilization of the
squadron capable of maintaining ORF for AOM's.
the image of a "Blue Ribbon" 5. Looking colorful in all en- Q ; I It1
squadron. deavors.
After extensive research 6. Maximum number of ten

among all Fleet Squadrons, the plane flyovers.And .
"Bulls" decided Attack Squadron so, with their East Coast
87 would be the finest remaining responsibilities taken care of,the
East Coast Squadron.In "Bulls" packed their bags and set 1 r
charging them with the re- sail for Points West.


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\ Gvfssmg Pays

VAP-62 Blasts k tt sa kmaa"a" aua asrsraw+xwn ,wM ,g" '

Off for 'You ''I".

N.L. ChallengersJax Pick 'UM' Winwr b'',:,

week's "foot '<'
Jax -- The top
-- Mighty VAP-62 ammassed 100 points in two games last ball expert" picked his favorite ",",::.
week and shoved their season record to 10-0. The high-scoring teams and didn't come out too !Ii" >

National League leaders mauled the Marine Barracks 42-0 and badly! Charles Sowers, a 27 '" ::1: ',

added additional fuel to.their flaming offense with a 58-0 demolishing year old First Class Aviation I" .,.:
of VW4. Storekeeper, said, "I just pick- ;' .
ed up the paper and filled the "! ,:
Ray Badvanonitz romped for three TD's in the victory over the ballot in." )' '.' .
MarineBarracks, and Mike Riddle added 14 more points ,with Floyd pJAX Sowers, who Is assigned to the ,. ,
Midgett, Bob Hille and Jim Jackson accounting for the remaining Naval Air Maintenance Training ;
scores. Don Eagle's three touchdowns led the way in the VAP-62 Detachment, is a native of Orlando 0,

victory over VW-4, and eight other teammates. also racked up Florida, and has been ," .1'
scores. in the Navy for nine years. The ::, ': I
fourth week champion is married : ,
MARTD also stepped on last-place VW-4 as the second-place of alrls.
and the father two
N.L. team racked up a 56-0 victory over the hapless losers.Bob ..
J I Barr's three touchdowns led MARTD's win. ". ,1\\.

NARTU SHOOTERS -- L. N. Parker, J. C. Hawkins, C. Browning .I''
moved their record to
..... .
six and four with a 30-6 n dKt...C.. was paced b y Albert Kotze who ''t "
<< win over Aircraft Maintenance. Football Jax -- NAS shooters swept to picked four first place trophies, i ; :>,
Don Divyer scored two touch- : team title at the Central Flo- and won the match.C. .
downs for NARTU, Ken Winkle Standings rida Rifle and Pistol Club at E. Browning of NATTCtookfour
and Don Tusa one each, and Windermere Florida over the firsts; J. C. Hawkins of
It Pat HUger, Lou Jones and Jim AMERICAN LEAGUE weekend. VP 5 won two firsts and a
::1 Foster each scored two-point NAS sharpshooters garnered pair of seconds, and L. N. Parker -' < ,
conversions. VP 16 10-0 of 'VP 5 took a second. '
8-2 13 of the 20 awards. The team T .,
Vp.30 kept pace with a 16Admin
6 win over 679th. Jim Dorman FAETU 7-3

scored 10 points and Dave Dale NARF ', 4-6 IIt
a touchdown for winners while Weapons f 4-6 Jax Navy Cagers ':,' > ,
Gerals Meiers touchdown acVP 45 ;3-6
52-7 ):::
'counted for 679th's six points. Hospital

American League Leading VP-5 1 1-9 '...... ,N 'I 'j' "
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VP-16 kept rolling with a 30-0

whitewashing of VP-45. The win NATIONAL" ..1 LEAGUE," Prepare for Opener Sowers .J.....:.
l shoved the frontrunner's season He was one-of several who had
mark to 10-0. Tom Fletcher VAP 62 10-0 ballots with six right, three '

,I scored a pair of touchdowns,Wally MARTD 9-1 Jax -- The Jax Navy basketball squad .is beginning to round Into Wrong, and one tie, but he pick ,
Girard and Dick Barnard one VP 30 7-2 a formidable group, and 13 players are currently leading the way ed Georgia over Mississippi 20- ':', '
I apiece, and Bob Ray and George NARTU 6-4 for a successful 1968-69 campaign. 7. The actual final score was a '
Kibler added two-point Boner- A/C Maintenance36., Aspiring candidates for the team include' 6"Floyd Holmes, from 21- 7 Georgia. ,!,y!' :

sions. Marine Barracks"', 2-8 1-9 Vallejo, California and Vallejo Junior 'C l1ege. Luke Snyder .a Others with 6 3 -1 marks '

I 679th 1-9 6' 5" Topton Pennsylvania resident lends support in the front lineas for last week; G. E. Looney, ".'', ," .
i VW-4 40} Hank Halvorsen, 6' 3", from Union City, New Jersey: Pat Earl Hicks Gerald Miller ; I
Hilger also 6' 3" from Fort Worth, Ken Brown of Jacksonville; and Jim Anderson, P. D. Edwards,
I III SCORING LEADERS a pair of 6' 3" lads, Ted Barr of Colombia, South Carolina and J. E. Owen, Charles Pate, V.
South Carolina State J.C.' and Steve Miller of Sidney. Iowa and H. Urban, and Jim Custer.
Backcoun men are Dave Blan- aration for their season opener
: TD PAT TP TDPATTP against Edward Waters College 200 CLUBHalvelson ,:
shan of Vestaburg, Michigan, a t! .
J t ,Scheid, VP, 16 14 8 92 Dorman, VP-30 14 10 94 old six-footer 5' 11" November: 16. The,game will bea :':: ;'
20-year ; :
D. 'Admin Badvanonitz, VAP-62 4 Supply # 1 236 : 'r'.
l Tuscan 84 52 : 13 82' Lew Dawley from Detroit, and 7:30 iontest at the NAS gym, '': ',
Fletcher VP-16 78 50 Barr, MARTD 10 5 65 Building Three.Indoor. Gillery, X Impulses 226 :, /I ::' '
VAP-62 Valley Junior College; Ken Win- Ashmore, Pin Benders 225 : .
Byrne, VP-16. 7 2 44 Franz, 5 18 48 ; :
Evans, Hospital 5 0 30 Riddle, V AP-62' 7 2 47 Northwestern kle.5f 10", from Dallas Nick and Farley, Cadeuceus 11 218 ; :r'';:J;;g t I I:;

"" n". ". v..... ..... ..""...' ." ....,""............ ".. ... '" '.', McBride of Uhrichsville University;, Ohio; Pool Packard, AOMD #/ 2 216 1>"''''''V"'t1,,;,':";
.. Potter Gold 214', I i:,1t.:;; I;
;. '; 5' 11" Stan Mann from St.Louis; Emery 679th 214 .I ,".,...:,, ,..':,
: and 5' '8" Harvey Miller from Plans Locker AlcoranUncles 212 f!;'/:"':'.''
I Nome, Alaska. Gold 212 :',::'
;! ;. r 4lJ The club is working out ,at Sander, Outcasts 211 .:;

:...... ..... ( .. the gym in Building 3 in prep- Changes Lux, NFO 'B' 211
Manuel, Hunters 210
U .b.M UbA Jax -- If you have an untag- McElwee, Beanburners 209
ged locker at the Indoor Pool, Gish King Pins 209
\ Only''2/2 miles from NAS Jax MaIn Cafe
1 0o' Bldg. 614, R. L. Callahan, supervisory Scanlin, Tipplers 208. r,," ,,'''"
'' water survival train- Santos, Pinsters 208 t! ; ,
1 2 :ft '3 Ifdroo Apirtntits ciyii;t \
would like tohear '
ing instructor, Burgess, Chokers 208' ":1; I\i'j\ :];, ,
I Ir.. $138 per 'meith from you. Hinson, E a gl es't.. "I;,'\ !\1'\' '
It has been reported that there Plancan tipplers 205 ;" ,"1"1'1 : ..
are several lockers in the of Holland, Pro's '205. '?. >,
ficers, chief petty officers and Kaye, Trainers 203 :r,;.
el 818 ,ladies dressing rooms at the pool Goettlicher AOMD; # 2., 203 ,. i'.J.' ,'
'that are locked and untagged,and Rioux NFO 'A .202 11 :',:;,
appear not to have ,been used Matson, VW-4Officers ,202 "i'i+ ;:' .:';,
mata oR recently. Those who have gear Chivleatto, Eagles 202) ;;; I;;,.'
stowed in the lockers are asked 202 '
Gillery, X Impulses :\:!: ,; ','
., A PAR T M E N T S to contact Callahan and have their Becker, Torptuners :201: ;>;: ;" :' "
locker properly tagged Lockers Marchman, Outcasts, 200"Dela ''' / "
which are not identified,as,to assignment Cruz Pinsters 200
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VAT 'QKORNER Retired lax Sailor TInl I

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Takes Golf TourneyJax ?eytti b t? r

By JOSN Brent Katlestad --The former leading chief championship.Frank .
at FAU, Commander Fleet Air Scruby took second in
Tax -.* Ping Pong comes Jacksonville withstood a back the Championship Flight\ with .
onto the NAS Intramural scene nine challenge to grab the cham- 151.Jim
now as yesterday was opening pionship flight at the 28th anniv- Kinder, one of the area's
day for ping pong competition.The ersary of NAS Sunday. top linksters fell to a 77 on the
diversified recreation pro- Al Miller, a retired Master final day and finished tied for
grams offered here give all hands Chief, shot a 35 on the final third in the championship divi-
an excellent opportunity to enjoy round's front nine, but fell to a sion with Mitch Fields at 152,
themselves. NAS also has var- 41 on the backstretch. His 76 Fields won in a playoff for sole
sity athletic teams in basket total for .the, final eighteen gave possession of third. :
ball, volleyball, and swimming him a 149 for the 36 hole Clint Floyd took the first flight :4 S
for those seeking stiffer com- tourney, and his first majorson title with a 155, Vince Quil- .
petition.The len's 156 won the second flight 1 _.-
ComFairJax: touch (<>qt- Ev Wilson's 162 topped all com-
ball tournament gets underway ) is slated to meet the Sem- petition in the third flight: Red _-v _
Monday with eight teams cur from Florida State, also Westmoreland fired a 169 to \
rently entered. The Jax Navy currently once beaten. capture the fourth flight; Jim ", '
The Gator "
varsity football (touch) is in the Bowl Game will be Donaldson shot a 170 to win the "1
embryo stage also. Chief Jack- played Saturday, December 28 fifth flight; Dana Overmanhad 'I ....
son of VAP 62 Is handlingthe ticket and tickets office are ,wi sale at the a 174 to reign over the sixth ,. ....... ,_ < .'t'tIIZ :,
squad for participation in the in Building 704 on flight; and Harold Slick took 'r.''IN T_ 't ..=::;:.;.
Sixth Naval District tournament. base. the seventh (low net) flight.'You CHAMP AI Miller (r) accepts winning cup atertaJdng Jax
Here's our rendition of the T.V. Invitational golf tourney crown Sunday. Capt. H. O. Cutler,
Guide for gridiron fans. Satur- made the presentation.
day at 2 p.m., Channel 17 will I Pick Urn' I
televise the Tennessee Ala -
bama clash from Tennessee's
General Neyland Stadium. Sun- .
day's pro games are Cleveland NAME .RANK OR TITLEAGE._.,
at Baltimore; Channel 4,
begging at 1:30 p.m. and theAFL DUTY STATION SERVICE t##!_-
game is Miami and Cincinnati (This Week's Games)
on Channel 12 at 1:30 also.: .'
Tickets, for the upcoming Team listed first is home team. ,
Florida Georgia SEC collision -
set for November 10, are INDIANA MICHIGAN
scarce! The game,which will
be played at the Gator Bowl, NAVY PITT ,
has been a sellout for several
days, now and only the school's TENNESSEE ALABAMA
ticket offices are selling the
ducats. However, another top TEXAS ARKANSAS,
notch collegiate battle is sche-
duled for Friday, November 29 NEBRASKA MISSOURI_
at the Gator Bowl, when once -
beaten Houston (with Paul Bip- MICHIGAN ST.. MINNESOTA,


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and Tennessee. Indicate winners In other games by a check mark. service out of his old car.
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The Rigging Tryouts OUR

By D. Sharpe

This Is the last opportunity for this column to urge members and
those interested in helping to leave to for the Navy Day Regatta. JAX NEEDED!! Anyone
We've had two field days and 2 more are scheduled for this coming interested in participating on
i" Saturday and next. Our new clubhouse has had a fresh coat of the Jax Navy Volleyball team
+, paint and is now being *fixed up Inside. The grounds and clubhousewill should notify the Recreation .
be ready for the October 27th Regatta with everyone pitchingin Office in Building Three LOCATION CEttARHIUS
.tohelp.InordertogooverthelOOldetails: before the Regatta a special (phone extension 3239)) or .
meeting has been scheduled be present at the practice ses-
for October 23 at 1930 hours. ber 20. All classes should be ableto sions held each Monday and /
The meeting will be held at the race by then. Wednesday evening at 7 p.m.
clubhouse. Don't forget ....Special meet- Athletic Director Frank
George Coyne came out on top ing, Oct. 23. Let's all get out, McCaffery reports that there
by winning first place in the grab a paint brush, hammer or are severaltournaments.
Cruiser Class for the Florida whatever and get the new clubhouse schedule for the Jax Nava' IMjPA
Yacht Club Summer Series.Trophies shipshape. We're looking? Team IF able to field a rep-
will be presented at the forward to the best Navy Day resentative outfit. SPORT SfllAN"JOT"
awards banquet held in Decem- Regatta yet. :
I( bet. George won sailing his 25' V"f' A'iitsf/tfins.r-i'
,I; Coronado, "Metacomet. Air Power''Steering, R&Ht.res

N:' Lou Constantini will be leav- ........:::::::.a&.""::.'" h"::::.-;;;::;: o1::'-..:.....":"""'""" '...-0':,.,"":,AIa..,:;.....,....,..JIIIIII......,;:..,;..:;....,__. ......:..,.JIIJIA..1_....'.. Softf White tike New
ing for Vietnam soon. We will

\\1 k! wife all miss several have him.been years.Both loyal We he membersfor wish and you his i.:,: Being Discharged- .:11II? i111 |. '68 MALIBUSPORT

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good luck and a speedy'return.. MgHBBSateBMilW i| COUPE
Our Commodore, Al Johnson, 8 You have 120) days to convert your GovernmentLife +<
: is also leaving for a month's Insurance if your health is GOOD or BAD. & "307" V-8, Speed trans., R&H.
i deployment to Gitmo. We will W/W tires. $2495
miss him during the Regatta Fir IaferMItlea e.n!! 359-1724
this year but will be looking for i I

his on Day the Sailer race ,course"Andiamo"with his IAL WILSON i '67 IMP ALASPpRT'CpUPIE

son, Mark taking over the helm. The first race of the F.Y.C. +
'.i Fall Series was held October DON'T DELAY-ACT NOW/ !
6, The Cruisers the only
boats able to race were because of ........'...;,:.""''.'.-..,:;'..:.:,::.,'JIIA..::.:..'',...,.....::.,'.........,....''".-&II..,-".::,:,'' ''..::: ::: ...; :.. :::_ ::: _;:::r ra. "263" V83Speod\ Iran s.. R&HW

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third in that race, sailing his
A I 30' Morgan, "Kestrel". The next '67 MALIBU
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Jax -- Captain Henry Cutler, ; 7 .1Mif vE /tcd'< ; >, k
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commanding officer of the Air :'fIQ tr.' ;>< -t j/l/
station, threw out the first ball Invites you to en/oy/ :tasty MexicanTACOS NEW : USED
at Macroth Field October 7, to
I Initiat t a series of games to be
played between various women's, CARS CARS
Softball teams. only 25< during our, *
\ The Cecil Field Raiders out -
slugged the Jax Gems 18 10 COCKTAIL HOURS

\, an action packed.7 Inning 4 til 7 P.'M. Friday Afternoon '67 CAMAROSUPER

The teams consist of dependent Prepared by EL MEJICO Restaurant in Orange Pork
{ wives of active duty military SPORT
l personnel who have pooled their
r time, talents, and efforts to begin ".350"' V-8: Auto trans. RicH,
'a series of softball. games this tires.. W/wS229' 5
\, fall. and next spring.
i All games start: at 7:30 p.m.,
and softball fans :and pOtential'''
.new team members are en -
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