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VOL. 27 NO. 21 u. S. NAVAL AIR
STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA AUGUST 14 1969





CE2 MorrowNamed Admiral to Speak ,





JulyServiceman j Vi At Darter's Change


\ f .
VAdm. Robert L. Townsend commander Naval Air Force,
U.S. Atlantic Fleet will be guest speaker at Patrol Squadron45's
A 25-year-old! member of the change of command Tuesday. Cdr. W.H. Saunders III will

SEABEE Division has been selected turn over the helm of the squadron to Cdr. RA. Mason Jr.,
as NAS' July Servicemanof who has served as squadron executive officer since November
the Month. CE2 Roy S. Morrowwas
>
d 1968. VAdm. Townsend who assumed duties
awarded the nomination in ,j Nke as COMNAVAIRLANT -

recognition of his sustained superior ") In February, is the senior
performance in the execu- ., "j" ; aviation commander within the October 19G8.

tion of his duties. In the letterof : : ', 'l Navy's vast Atlantic Fleet,which Cdr. Mason enlisted intheNa- ...
recommendation Capt. L.W. '\ / includes shore bases, aircraft val Reserve in 1949. He was
Graves, CEC, wrote, "Morrow VIP--Th'e Honorable Charles A. Bowsher (c), assistant sec carriers and operational squad- commissioned an ensign in 1954
has always exhibited inequalities retary of the Navy (Financial Affairs), talks with Cdr R.L. rons. and designated a naval aviator in
of leadership and personal pride Williams ((2nd, I), Data Processing officer, Capt. H.O. Cutler The admiral will be introducedCdr. 1957.: Since then, he has logged

through his behavior and appear- ((2nd, r), NAS commanding officer and Capt. E.A. Grinsteadfar !<'-.. .., more than 6,000 hours of flight
ance. By his example to all men different of
( r), Supply otticer, during his tour of the air station Mon- time in 28 types
of the division, he has aided military aircraft, including theP
greatly the smooth functioning of day. The Data Processing Department was the main part of 3 Orion flown by VP-45.
the SEABEES and the rapid adjustment the secretary's brief visit.Partially -
/ lie is of Naval Test
and fine performanceofthe ,,"' a graduate
: and has served
Pilot Training
new non-rated men. 'See'Patron "
Sighted previously with VW -1, VP 56
The letter also states that Mor-
the Naval Air Test Center, VP-
row "stands out above all other
J 49 and Command and Staff School.
men in that he used his off
7 TourJax
duty hours, unrequested, to remain -. During The COMFAIRJAX Band and
at the SEABEE Division to NATTC Drill team will per -
render assistance as needed. I He -- With the sounds of laughter work to repair the vests it gave form at the 10 a.m. ceremonyand
often stayed several hours work- and excitement 48 partially, the students a greater under a reception is planned at
ing on projects not part of the sighted youth toured through a standing of an aviators equipment the Officers' Club following the
primary mission of the divisionbut Navy SP-2 II aircraft at the change.
for which it was responsible.At Jacksonville Naval Air Station Meanwhile, PTAN Abrams
a ,eremony in the office of Saturday.The hand picked five students for a Saunders
the commanding officer today tour ot the''"Neptune" "walk through" of the aircraft,
Capt. II. O. Cutler presented aircraft was sponsored by VP-7 thinking that not all the guests by Capt. D. W. Herlong, 'commander -
Petty Officer Morrow with a Members of VP 7, includingLt. would enjoy the trip. Once inside Fleet Air Wing 11. Also
certificate naming him July's Erik Rigler and PTAN Mark however Abrams looked attending the ceremony will be
Serviceman. He also receiveda Abrams,were on hand to welcomethe around and saw all of the students RAdm. R. J. Stroh, commanderFleet
certificate from the Navy Exchange students of the Florida State squeezing aboard the plane. Air Jacksonville.
for an evening at the School for the Blind at St. Au- "I was scared at first," said Cdr. Saunders will assume duties -
Candlelight Restaurant. lIe will gustine, Florida. Abrams fearing that one of them as Admiral Townsend's flag
receive a free trip to St. Augustine Spread on a table under the wing might throw a switch or touch secretary, at the admiral's head-
from the USO. were the numerous articles of something important, "but as 1 quarters in Norfolk, Va.onSept.
an aviators flight inventory including saw their hands gliding across 1.
helmets, gloves, flight the numerous switches and cir- The departing commanding" officer -
-Inside- suits and jackets, boots, oxygen cuit breakers I realized that entered the Navy in 1945.
masks, Mae Wests and para their highly developed sense of He reported to the Red Dart
dIutes. Lt. Rigler explained touch enabled them to see with Squadron as executive officer in
Editorials. . page 2 their use and then handed them their fingers what we see with November 19G7. Cdr. Saunders

Want Ads. . page |II j over to the eager youths for in- our eyes." took command of the squadron in Cdr. Mason

Movies. . page I M I spection.:;[ "I had barely turned At the end of the visit each
back when I heard three Mae students received a VP 7 in-
NATTC. . Page 12 my West life vests:; inflate via the signia. The school received a Commendation

Kal's Korner . page 14 CO2 cartridges in them," Lt. photograph of the aircraft and a Navy

Sports . Pages I5. Rigler said.Although. large color insignia of the squadron. -
: 16
it meant the extra .

Among Marine AwardsJax
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USS Lexington -- In ceremonies yester- the United States Naval Service."
day at the Marine Bar 1 In addition the Marine Bar-
James P. Harris was presented racks also presented the Naw

Reunion To Be the Navy Commendation Medal by Achievement Medal to Cpl.Rick-

Maj. B.A. Greene, commanding ie W. McClinton and LCpl. JackL.
officer Marine Barracks.
,
Cox received a gold star in
Held in CincinnatiFormer Harris served as a squad lead- lieu of his second Purple Heart
er, Company "D", First Bat- Medal.
c talion, First Marines, First Ma-
s During the three the
N past years
members of the crew, + 4 _Ir Vietnam.rine Division in the Republic of following men have earnedthe

squadron personnel and Marines privilege to wear the Good
served in the Navy's second air- Directed Fire Conduct Medal: Sgt. LebatonE.
craft carrier, USS Lexington Chatman, and Cpls. James A.
( CV-2)), have selected Cincin- He was cited for his actions, LaFond, Robert L. Vaughn Mc-
nati, Ohio, for their 1970 National -' -_--- despite his wounds when the squad: Kinley Hacker and Paul S. Ro
Reunion. : I faced the enemy's small arms berts.
Any person who erved on this F fire. Harris "immediately deployed -
kINA
ship at any time from 1927when D his men to encounter the Promotions
she was commissioned until May 4 $ : y ; y i enemy, and despite the insistenceof Marines named to sew on the
8, 19-42, when :she was sunk In the corpsman,he continued to insignia of the lance corporalare
the Battle of the Coral Sea during direct his squad until helparrived Pfc's James B. Denman.
World War II, may contact from the rest of the platoon." Cletus M. Doll, James H. An- .
Lcdr. Walter D. Reed, USN Later, after Harris was sure the derson, and Thomas W. Tittle.
( Ret.), Netherland Hilton Ilotel area was free of the enemy for- Sgt. Victor M. Hendricks and
!ftth) and Race Street, Cincinnati, ces he then requested a medical Cpl. Emmit L. Lewis were
.for detailed information.LCdr. evacuation helicopter for the awarded Meritorious Mast on
Reed is public relations wounded. July 29 for their quick action
officer for he planned reunionand Through his highly commendable and attention to duty for the first
will be in Cincinnati Aug. actions, Harris "earned aid rendered to the wounded sailor -
16-25 to make advance plans for SELECTING PHOTOS for the Miss Jacksonville Contest the respect of all who observedhim at his duty post prior to the
the reunion. He said he is hoping programs are (I-r) Shirley Watermolen, CYNSA Kathy Strangeand and upheld the finest traditions time that professional medicalaid .

mates to hear during from his former visit there.ship- SA Linda Boutchee. (Story and more pictures Page 8.) : of the Marine Corps and of was able to arrive.T .






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ROMAN CATHOLIC
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M. Edwards Chapel


Education Vital Ifl I DAILY SUNDAY MAS11:30 MASS3!} K,11 a.m.a.m.

Confessions:; will be held on
Sunday at 3'JO: & 10:30: a.m.
For many years the labor force movement in the United instead: of Saturday.U. .
has Insisted that every American boy and girl should have
to as high a degree of education as he or she is capable of. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
Around the turn of the century this meant eight years of lukc's Chapel
tary school with a diploma as the passport to a decent job.
In the past few decades the elementary school diploma : SUNDAY MASS8:00
necessary passport escalated to a high school diploma, PROTESTANT WORSHIP l a.m.
12 years of schooling.Now .
SERVICES10:00
there are increasing signs that a limited college a.m.
and ultimately a college diploma will be the basic
a young man or woman goes job hunting. PROTESTANTAll
Attainment of a higher and higher level of education Saints' Chapel
necessary goal of young Americans seeking the many more
and lucrative jobs is not simply a romantic concept based SUNDAY
justice and democratic principles. Hard stastics compiled
U. S. Department of Labor reveal that while a high school Church School9:00 a.m.
is generally a minimum requirement for a job, attainment Bldg. # 722
degree of college education is rapidly becoming "must." Junior Church -10:00 a.m.
Bldg. ? 722
Divine Worship Service 10
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a.m. Bldg. it i 750
Episcopal Communion 8:30
a.m. .
Small Chapel Bid* Ii 750
Junior Youth Fel1ow hip5 p.m.
Bids. 722

TUESDAY Senior choir Rehear.sal-7 p.m.
Bldg. V 750


THURSDAY Christian Science Service -

8 p.m. Ildg.'I 750
Educational qualifications, in an ever increasing variety SUNDAY'
are steadily rising. For instance, two years of college : Evening Worship 6 p.m.
now required for nurses, bookkeepers, accounting clerks, Bldg. 0 750
types of mechanics, policemen, surveyors, draftsmen, TUESDAY
pairers, and laboratory technicians. Four years of college Pentecostal rellowship--7p.m.
quired for insurance acturies, auditors, accountant, Bldg. !V 722
gineers and dieticians.As .
industrial life becomes more complex, educational ,
are being forced upwards. In a study published in the
of the Monthly Labor Review, economist Elizabeth Waldman
that as of March 1968, five out of eight American workers 18 Traffic
and older had finished at least four years of high school. One
five young workers completed college. ViolationsThe
;
"This is all time high level of educational attainment Is the
of an uninterrupted educational upgrading of the work force following is a report of
past decade and a half, Waldman wrote. motor vehicle accidents and traf-
With this trend in the labor field today, now is the time fice violations for the period July
thinking about improving your job potential. Don't wait ( 29 through August 4.
military career draws to a close. See your education officer ) Number of Accidents

Education Is a vital necessity. anr'i This week. . . 14
Total accidents this year through
August 4. . . 348.
Number of accidents through
We Worship GOD August 1968 . 251
Total number of days since last
Injury In a motor vehicle accident -
. . . 68.
The old adage "familiarity breeds contempt" is not Number of ViolationsThis
in its application merely to the personal relationship of one
week . . 71.
another but it applies equally as well to man and his
Speeding. . . 6.
to this extent, that often times concepts most frequently
man lose their precision and definition and slip into Reckless driving..5.
A case in point is the concept of worship.In Going through stop sign. 2.
a few moments reflection we dsicover rather Other violations. . . 58.
worship is basically acknowledgement ... acknowledging Twenty seven drivers appeared
is the Supreme Being upon Whom we depend for our ( before the Traffic Hearing Board
our life and all that we have. But this act of ackno\>lledging ) on August 7. Disposition of the
exclusive to Intellectual beings and therefore, natural to cases Included the following:
beings. So the worship of God aside from being an Eight lost driving and parking
PRIVILEGE has rational privileges aboard stationforvarious -
really a man as a being.
WORSHIP has another basic Idea ... it Is man Giving periods; nine were assignedto
Notice, we say GIVING. Yet so often our perspective is complete an eight-hour coursein
so that we talk of worship in purely selfish terms, in remedial driving; four received -
paramount Importance and often the deciding factor in suspensions; sevenweregiven
we worship God or not. How often, for example, have you warnings; six were dismissed;
people say "I stopped going to church because I got 1 and sioner 15 were fined (U.S.Commis-
of it"? ).
Actually we go to church to worship God which means we I
primarily to GIVE God something, to give Him at least
ledgement. To God, our Creator and Father, we give our
our love and we offer our sorrow for our sins and our NEWS
prayers for help. If as a result of doing. this we receive
soul and Infusion of God's life, then we are more than
But It Is what we have to GIVE that should most concern
what we might receive.QUESTIONS. Enterprise Newspaper dis

U. S. Naual Air Station, Jack-
Publishing Company, a private
and ANSWERSQ.
In the JAX AIR NEWS must

Office, Box 2, NAS Jack-

Has there been a recent fleet can be considered before publication. News
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law paused increasing and that is the sources Telephone 772 3118
direct loan for Veterans? the mini carrier which is .
in connection with the
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signed by President Nixon in trol. by the publisher! and queries
June the maximum amount of Q. Who was the to:
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Has there been any A. Capt. Bob Love, Jacksonville Fla. 32210
with or 387 3566
major changes concerningtype ANG credited
of ships that make up and one probable in "
the fleet? ley" during the Korean AUGUST 14, 1969
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U! ...after lo-o-o-ong wait 1


NAS CECIL. Last Friday, Capt. L. K.SimonJr,new Cecil
5 I when Capt. F. M. McLinn, Cecil executive officer, opened woodon
i t I I Ij C.O., rolled the first ball down Lane 2. Lcdr A. W. Ford,
Lane Number One of the new resident officer in charge of con-
_ Special Services Bowling Lanes struction, christened Lane 3,and
j v'z ? here, it marked the success of Groff handled Lane 4. Herb Colt,
a an ambitious recreation project local ABC Secretary and bowling
undertaken in June of 1967. columnist, smoothed 5 open.
I T '- 3 Lane 6 fell to Lt O. L. Cos-
j "The original letter proposingthe
: lanes went away from herein ton Jr. of Public Works. Lane
7 went to L. A. Toske, directorof
June of 1967," said Ed Groff,
Special Services Officer. "The Public Works Engineering.Lane
:jjI loan was approved in July of 1968, 8 went to E. O. Elder also of
and construction got underway PWE. J. B. Bailey of Public
)'an. 6 this year" Works rolled on Lane 9. Lane
10 went to Ens. R. C. Bush,
.... The facility, built by non-ap- Lcdr Fort's assistant con-
propriated funds which means struction officer.
1 by profits from things like the
l Lane 11 was for A. J. Looperof
Special Services rental equip- Public Works Contracts Div-
J \ ment and from Navy Exchange ision, and Lane 12 was for L. C.
, .. business, has 16 lanes, 125 balls, Humphries, Chief PW Inspector.
0 "most of them brand new", 200
F Another kind of Chief, Special
111 pairs of shoes "from three to Services Leading Chief J. A.
) thirteen", a billiard room and Rosa opened 13 in his inimit-
Capt. McLinn, Ed Groff an Exchange snack bar. It cost able style. Lane 14 went to Tom
.- -'''' $335,000 and will be open from McGuckin, Athletic Director and
,+ < 9 a. m. to midnight Monday lane 15 to SKL C. L. Gristle,
". /: through Saturday and from one Special Services Purchasing A-
{ .,. ., .',, p. m. to midnight on Sunday.
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Editorial View Points



Y ROMAN CATHOLIC
i St. Edwards Chapel

,
Education VitalFor .. SUNDAY MASS3' ) &', 11 jm
DAILY MASS11:30' :; a.m.

y Confessions: will be held on
Sunday at S'JO: A.. 10:30: a.m.
many years the labor force movement in the United States 'I instead: of Saturday.U. .
has insisted that every American boy and girl should have the rightto
as high a degree of education as he or she is capable of. ; t.'t S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
Around the turn of the century this meant eight years of elemen- Luhc's Chapel
tary school with a diploma as the passport to a decent job.
In the past few decades the elementary school diploma as the ; SUNDAY( MASS8:00
necessary passport escalated to a high school diploma representing PROTESTANT WORSHIP a.m.
12 years of schooling.Now .
there are increasing signs that a limited college education OKLAHOMA BOUND!!--RM2 Linda S. Wiseman smiles hap- SERVICES10:00: a.m.

and ultimately a college diploma will be the basic requirement whena pily as LCdr M.D. Burnside ships her over for four years.
young man or woman goes job hunting. Linda who has served for two years, nine months, has ordersfor PROTESTANTAll
Attainment of a higher and higher level of education as the recruiting duty in Oklahoma City. Saints' Chapel
necessary goal of young Americans seeking the many more desireable
and lucrative jobs is not simply a romantic concept based on social
justice and democratic principles. Hard stastics compiled by the SUNDAY
U. S. Department of Labor reveal that while a high school diplomais Drug Abuse and ApathyBring Church #School 722 -9:00 a.m.
generally a minimum requirement for a job attainment of some Bldg.
degree of college education is rapidly becoming "must." Junior Church -10:00: a.m.
Bldg. 722
Sailor's DeathA Divine Worship Service ,- 10
lJ i
a.m. Bldg. 750
Ilri f itI
Episcopal Communion 8:30:

message recently issued by the Commander in Chief Atlantic a.m. '
Fleet revealed the tragic story of how amphetimines barbituartes Small Chapel Bid* II 750
and the apathy of shipmates brought death to a U. S. Navyman.The Junior Youth Fellow ship 5 p.m.
message stated that many of the ship's crewmembers had Bid*. ;i 722
observed the sailor stumbling about in an apparantly drug induced TUESDAY
"high." His condition was brought to the attention of several of the Senior choir Rchear.sal-7 p.m.
petty officers aboard but reluctance of seeing the sailor get into Bldg. V 750

I tNE serious trouble prevented them from reporting it. Thinking that they THURSDAY
were protecting him from trouble,the sailor's shipmates ignored the Christian Science Service -
potential danger which his condition presented and allowed him to 8 p.m. Bldg. 1 750
Educational qualifications in an ever increasing variety of jobs wanderaboutthe ship in a dazed stupor throughout the afternoon and SUNDAY'
are steadily rising. For instance two years of college training is an evening. At 10:30: that night he fell over the side and was lost. Evening Worship 6 p.m.
now required for nurses bookkeepers accounting clerks certain Although criminal drug abuse was a strong element in this incident Bldg. # 750
types of mechanics policemen surveyors draftsmen watch re CinCLantFleet stressed that the most critical aspect of this TUESDAY
situation was the failure of the ship's crew to notify a superior of-
palrers and laboratory technicians. Four years of college are required Pentecostal rellowship--7p.m.::;
for insurance acturies auditors accountant industrial en- ficer. In the message he said, "This unfortunate incident is con- Bldg.l !V 722
gineers and dieticians.As crete evidence of a lack of morale and espirt which Is most de-
industrial life becomes more complex educational standards stressing to observe." He adds that the facts of his incident \
are being forced upwards. In a study published in the current issueof serve "not only as an example of what can result from the misuseof J
the Monthly Labor Review economist Elizabeth Waldman reports drugs but also asanexample of what can happen if apathy and lack
that as of March 1968 five out of eight American workers 18 years of concern for the safety of a shipmate exists." Traffic

and older had finished at least four years of high school. One out of

five young workers completed college. Picnics ire Fun ViolationsThe
"This is all time high level of educational attainment is the resultof ; Sandwiches which go bad most

an uninterrupted educational upgrading of the work force for the Full Ptisoninf' Isn't frequently include ham and egg following is a report of
ham beef chicken salad
past decade and a half Waldman wrote. egg motor vehicle accidents and traf-
With this trend in the labor field today now is the time to start chicken, turkey salad cheese fice violations for the
period July
thinking about improving your job potential. Don't wait until your WASHINGTON (Family Edi turkey pork pastrami and corn- 29 through August 4.
tor) -- Picnicking with the kids ed beef.
military career draws to a close. See your education officer today. Number of Accidents
can be lots of fun but if basis
Education is a vital necessity. principles of sanitation and hygiene To prevent food poisoning keep This week. . . 14
hot foods hot and cold foods
cold
are overlooked, it can end Total accidents this year through
either at more than 140 degreesf. August 4..348.
in misery.
or less than 40 degrees. Avoid Number of accidents through
Food poisioning is particul-
We
Worship GODThe arly prevalent during summer letting perishable food sit at in- August 1968 . 251
time when meals are taken on between lukewarm temperaturesat Total number of days since last
picnics prepared haphazardly which bacteria thrive. injury in a motor vehicle accident -

. . . 68.
around family campfires or
old adage "familiarity breeds contempt" is not restrictedin on Keeping picnic foods from becoming -
its application merely to the personal relationship of one man to camping and vacation trips. contaminated with bac- Number of ViolationsThis
week . . 71.
another but it applies equally as well to man and his concepts: Two things must happenbeforefood teria may' be accomplished by:
Speeding. . . 6.
to this extent, that often times concepts most frequently used by becomes dangerous: the washing your hands before pre
and definition food must be by Reckless driving. . .5.
man lose their precision and slip into vagueness.A Contaminated paring food byhavingsoapavailable -
case in point is the concept of worship.In certain bacteria and then kept so that picnickers may wash Going through stop sign. 2.
a few moments reflection we dsicover rather quickly that warm enough to allow them to hands, by taking as many non Other violations. . . 58.
worship is basically acknowledgement ... acknowledging that God grow. perishable foods as possible on Twenty seven drivers appeared
is the Supreme Being upon Whom we depend for our existence Foods most prone to cause food picnics (a portable cooler shouldbe before the Traffic Hearing Board
our life and all that we have. But this act of acknowledging God is poisoning are cooked ham,chicken used for perishable items), on August 7. Disposition of the
exclusive to intellectual beings and therefore natural to human salad custard pastries potato and by protecting food from sun, cases included the following:
beings. So the worship of God aside from being an obligation, is salad cream pie and eclaris. dust and flies. Eight lost driving and parking
privileges aboard station for various -
really a PRIVILEGE man has as a rational being.
WORSHIP has another basic idea ... it is man Giving something. New Filipino periods; nine were assignedto
Notice we say GIVING. Yet so often our perspective is distortedso complete an eight-hour coursein
that we talk of worship in purely selfish terms in terms of remedial driving;; four received -
Separation
paramount importance and often the deciding factor in whetherwe PolicyAs suspensions; sevenwere given
worship God or not. How often for example have you heard warnings; six were dismissed;
people say "I stopped going to church because I got nothing out of October 1 1. 1969 all BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS and 15 were fined (U.S.Commis-
of it"? sioner).
Filipino citizens transferred to
Actually we go to church to worship God which means we come the Philippines for separationwill
primarily to GIVE God something to give Him at least acknow- not be permitted to reenlist
ledgement. To God our Creator and Father we give our thoughts under continuous service condi-
our love and we offer our sorrow for our sins and our humble tions. JA.X A..IR NE1NS
prayers for help. If as a result of doing this we receive peace of
soul and infusion of God's life, then we are more than content. This policy is the result ofa
But it is what we have to GIVE that should most concern us, not recent survey which revealed
what we might receive.QUESTIONS. that the Navy is expending fundson The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper dis-

transportation of such personnel tributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville
their dependents and house- Florida, by the Holt Publishing
hold goods; to the Philipines and Company a private
and ANSWERSQ. firm All Copy submitted
for use In the
for their return to CONUS upon be JAX AIR NEWS must
forwarded to the
subsequient reenlistment in the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jachsonvllle -

Has there been a recent fleet can be considered major Philippines.new items by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News
law passed increasing and that is the development of are welcomed from all sources Telephone 772 3118
direct loan for Veterans? the mini-carrier, which is usedin or 3119.

A. Yes under a new law connection with the river pa
developments in the
signed by President Nixon in trol. line of mines and torpedoesin Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
June the maximum amount of Q. Who was the first the Navy? concerning such should be directed to:
direct loan has been increasedto "Jet Ace" in the Air Na-
21000. A. Yes, they have one new
tional Guard? type of mine and two new typesof 4747 San nTAveB, JacksonMPeNF
Q. Has there been any A. Capt. Bob Love Calif. torpedoes. The new torpedoesare Telephone 388 la. 32210
major changes concerningtype ANG, credited with seven kills the Mark 46 and Mark 48, -2755 or 387 3566Page
of ships that make up and one probable in "MIG Al- one of which is a high-speed VOL. 27 NO.
the fleet? ley" during the Korean War.Q. deep'diving type, and has alfsorts 21 AUGUST 14, 1969
A. Only one addition to the Have there been any of tactical implications.






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NAS CECIL. Last Friday, Capt. L. K.Simon Jr.new Cecil
when Capt. F. M. McLinn, Cecil executive officer, opened woodon
-I; TI- C.O., rolled the first ball down Lane 2. Lcdr A. W. Ford,
Lane Number One of the new resident officer in charge of con-
Special Services Bowling Lanes struction, christened Lane 3,and
_i ,! here, it marked the success of Groff handled Lane 4. Herb Colt,
an ambitious recreation project local ABC Secretary and bowling
I undertaken in June of 1967. columnist, smoothed 5 open.
: "The Lane 6 fell to Lt O. L. Cos-
original letter proposingthe
iir'c lanes went away from herein ton Jr. of Public Works. Lane
June of 1967," said Ed Groff, 7 went to L. A. Toske, directorof
Public Works
Englneering.Lane
Special Services Officer. "The
loan 8 went to E. O. Elder, also of
was approved injulyof968,
and construction got underway PWE. J. B. Bailey of Public
Jan.: 6 this year." Works rolled on Lane 9. Lane
10 went to Ens. R. C. Bush,
1U'y The facility, built by non-ap- Lcdr Fort's assistant con-
propriated funds, which means struction officer.
by profits from things like the Lane 11 was for A. J. Looperof
Special Services rental equip- Public Works Contracts Div-
t ment and from Navy Exchange ision, and Lane 12 was for L. C.
*(. "*am business, has 16 lanes, 125 balls, Humphries, Chief PW Inspector.
"most of them brand new", 200 Another kind of Chief, Special
im pairs of shoes "from three to Services Leading Chief J. A.

___ .. T _T _. thirteen", a billiard room and Rosa opened 13 in his inimit-
Capt. McLinn, Ed Groff an Exchange snack bar. It cost able style. Lane 14 went to Tom
_. $335,000 and will be open from McGuckin, Athletic Director and
9 a. m. to midnight Monday lane 15 to SKL C. L. Cristle
<: through Saturday and from one Special Services Purchasing A-
< p. m. to midnight on Sunday.
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\t Club Schedules This Week I



Bluejackets Inn CPO Club on stage. Sunday night-the club
will feature the Dick Flood Show.
Messenger of the Masses will Dance to the music of Mark
USO Club
be on stage tonight,and tomorrow Castle tomorrow night and
night the club will feature Phil don't miss Mel Gaden's appear- There will be free refresh-
Cay and the alant ls. The Blue ance at the Chiefs Club Satur ments for all at the USO to-
will be entertaining on Saturdayand day. IAceyDuecy night. Sunday's free feature
? Sunday, and also on Tues- Club movie will be "The Glass Key"
day. On Monday the club will Tommy C will lead out this beginning at 7 p.m. Monday night
present the I Hot Water Blues week's entertainment tomorrow and Tuesday features the game of
and Wednesday night Messenger night and on Saturday the pop- your choice. You won't want to
of the Masses will return. ular Clubsmen will be appearingrect miss disc jockey Al Albert'Wed-
r nesday when he plays the latest
and best records from 8 to 11

Who Is To Blame InPosfcrNonDeliVery p.m. Officers Club

y There will be a Happy Hourin
? the Main Brace tonight from
/
4:30: to 6 p.m. Friday night's
entertainment will feature .
Charlie Jay, and on Saturday
TO WARRANT OFFICER--Just appointed to WO I, former Contrary to popular belief the mailing address and keep his Johnny Jelinek will provide musical -
AGCS Bernard J. McDonald has his new shoulder boards put party responsible in most cases correspondents up-to-dateonany entertainment.FRA.
for delay or non-delivery of mail changes that may take place.
in place by Cdr. L.J. Underwood, Fleet Weather Facility com-
the Post
is not the mailman or Changes in status should be reported -
manding officer, and Mrs. McDonald. WO I McDonald is sched- Office Department. It is the postal to your unit mail orderlyand
uled to report to Aviation Officers Indoctrination Course at patron. local postal directory.Fast A happy evening is always guar-.
anteed the FRA. Lunches are
Pensacola prior to assignment to VW-I, based on Guam.OVERSEAS. Listed below are the four most and efficient delivery of at
served daily from 11 to 2 p.m.
prominent causes of inadequate mail Is possible only when the
and the invites
mail service: mailman and Post Office have management
a. Lack of unit as part of complete correct records of all everyone to come out and bringa
addressb. personnel. friend. Dance to the musicof
Jim Mann and the Goodtimers
No rate and/or serial num- ---:
.1- berc. 'r-------L)= Sunday night when they appearon
1A1tS5A'IINGS / Use of nickname not shownin stage at the FRA. __

records of Postal Directoryd. 4':2'/' .1 \\
Incomplete or incorrect mil- ,
-- vi itary addressIn SAVE MONEY

order to assure delivery of /' MIOINER SUMMER
mail it is necessary that the 7 SAFETY REGULARLY
individual be aware of his cor- ? CONSIPCJZATION




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Civil Service Commission Asks

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For Training Agreement ChangeFederal


agencies have been not be used as the sole meansof lines related to the use ot writ-
told by the U.S. Civil Service evaluating candidates, and thata ten tests in promotions, trans-
Commission that training agreements written test may be used in fers, and in-service placementhave
Fi using written tests must evaluating candidates only whenit been issued by the com-
r be modified to conform to the is required by commission mission.
% new merit promotion policy or standards for in service placement Training agreements intendedfor
they will be canceled. The merit or when the test and test- use after June 30 must meet
a: promotion policy became effect- ing procedures meet commission the following conditions in orderto
ive July 1.Training. guidelines or have been approvedby receive commission approval:
; \.3" agreements are developed the commission.The *Where a written test Is usedas
by agencies and approvedby commission emphasizedthat one factor in selection for
e6 the commission as a meansof its approval of a test or entry into the training program,
s :_ providing intensive and specialized testing procedure in a training it may continue to be used pro-
training for employeeswho agreement In the past does not vided its use fully meets com-
lack the specialized exper- constitute its approval for use mission guidelines.

_ i .,; ___ ____ __ ience needed to perform a new since the end of June. *Where a written test is usedas
job. a screening device, such use
Tough Controls
New Work must be discontinued unless commission -
\ Strict controls on the use of standards require it for
'gx' The agreements enable agen- written tests, including federal in-service placement.A .
rwl V,,. cies to bring employees into a service entrance examination, in written test may not be usedas
\ it new field of work and train them agency training agreements have the sole means of evaluation.
fully in a minimum of time. been imposed,and:specific:; guide-
: Many agreements provide for
promotion of the employee either ManagementAssociationMembershipDrops
L : during or at the completion of
_--4J the training period.
PAYS NARF BILLS -- Paul Wright of the Comptroller's Accounting The revised federal merit pro- 34.57
Branch receives letter of appreciation from Capt. H. motion policy provides that for
0. Cutler. The letter was from Capt. C. T. Faulders Jr., former promotions, transfers, or other -
CO of NARF.Wright is in charge of the Navy Industrial Fund, placement actions, a written test Jax -- Local Chapter 40 of month period. Among the ques-
and was cited for helping the facility in meetings its finan- may not be used as a screen- the Armed Forces Management tions for which answers will be
cial and reporting requirements. placement. The policy also pro- Association will be trying to sought are:
vides that a written test may boost its membership and revitalIze Is it the national policy (too
its meaning for area high dues with too little return)?
Merit Promotion Opportunities managers during a meeting Aug. Is It the local chapter's programno
19. ( field trips, etc.)? Is it local
officers/council?
No speaker will be on the day's
The meeting will be held
at
program, and members will discuss the Officers Club with social
Listed for Civilian EmployeesElectrician ter's ways programs to improve inordertomakeit the chap- hour beginning at 11:45 a a.m.

Reservations taken
are being by,
attractive to new members.The
Jax -- Merit promotion Jim Phillips of the NAS Comp-
opportunities 86-69 Clerk (Sten- er Fleet Air Jacksonville, Fleet
currently open for receipt grapher) GS-4, 87-69 Clerk(Typist Aviation Electronics Training U- chapter reports that mem- troller Department, Bldg. 1.
bership has dropped from 194 to His extension Is 3394 or 3395.
of applications are listed ) GS-3 and GS-4, and 88-69
nit Det. Jax Naval
Hospital,
below 127 during a recently ended 12- Cost of the luncheon willbe$1.50.
: Electronics Mechanic (A/C Sys- Navy Commissary Stores, Re-
Applications for these posi- tems). gional Storage Management Office -
tions will be accepted from career Also, MPB No.' 89-69 Elec- and Fleet Weather Facility.
or career-conditioned em- tronics MechanicMalntenance( ), However, the first cut-off date
ployees of the air station, Naval 90-69 Machinist, 91-69 A/C for each follows the position:
Air Rework Facility, Naval Air Electrical Worker, 92-69 Plan- MPB No. 104 Supervisory Sup-
Reserve Training Unit, Com ner and Estimator (Public Works ply Technician GS-8 ((8-18-69)),
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Electrical Systems) 93-69 Industrial 105 Secretary (Steno) GS-5 ((8-
Fleet Aviation Electronics Tractor Operator, 04-60 14-69)), 110 Production Con -
Training Unit Det Jax, Naval Apprentice (First Year), 96-60 troller GS-7 ((8-14-69),111) Plan-
Hospital, Commissary Stores, Statistical Assistant, GS-5, MPB ner and Estimator (Sheetmetal
Navy Recruiting Office, Disease No. 97-69 Accounting Technician Worker) ((8-21-69)), and 112 Elec- r> t.
Vector Control Center, Regional GS-4, 101-69 A/C Metalsmith, tric Accounting Machine Oper-
Storage Management Office, and 102 69 Automotive Mechanic ator GS-3 *8-27-G9)).
Fleet Weather Facility at any (Body and Fender), and 103-69 Applications for the following
time: Clerk-Dictating Machine Trans- position will be accepted from
MPB No. 79-69 Electronics .
criber GS4.ApplIcations
career or career conditional
Mechanic, 80-69 A/C Electronics for the positions employees of naval and Marine .

Worker, 81-69 Accounts shown in the next group will be Corps activities in the Sixth Na- 4Lt; t......;..,'"... ....... ..
Maintenance Clerk, GS-4, 82-69 time from '''' .7:..1I" .
accepted at any careeror val District within the time lim- 'f" .. : .
Planner and Estimator (Public career conditional employees itation shown. : .,. ...... ...... J' "
Works Structures), 83-69 A/C of the air station, Naval Air MPB No. 106-69 Management ...J..... \ ... .
Instrument Mechanic, 84-69 A/C Rework Facility, Naval Air Reserve Analyst, GS-7, GS-9 and GS-11. '.).' p;.$ \J
.Instrument. Worker, 85-69 A/C Training Unit, Command- Closing date is August\ 26. a". iw.
--0<1.
Applications are alsobelngac-
BANK AMERICARD AMERICAN EXPRESS-STANDARD OIL cepted for MPB No. 109-69, Social -t,-
MASTERCHARGE Credit Card. Honored
nationwide Worker GS-11.with Being accepted 28 NX SUPER SALESMrs.. "
August
MALL the closing date. as Korki Dawson gets letter of 1'
ROOSEVELT commendation from Capt. H. "

M N! 2NAllr 0. Cutler for achieving first .'. ..
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place in world wide men'sand 't .-:
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women's wear sales. -
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JUNE, JULY & AUGUST Only! Monday thru Saturday Complex, NAS Jax ranked .)<,

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News NoteCross '
to i



and Sword settlers upon their arrival' on they may take: corrective actionto
the shores of what i is now knownas Improve service.A .
The USO, in cooperation with St. Augustine.The recent survey compiled
the sponsors of the "Cross and play i:< a restatement of shows that more than 7 Ys
Sword" outdoor drama now beIng American ideals and is presented: three-fourths of the 13,000: per-
held at the St, Augustine, in colorful costunes Jndian.foJk, sonnel who responded to the sur-
Fla., amphitheatre has arranged: interpretative and classical: vey questions want to see more
for all military personnel and dances, choral music and striking items on the shelves of both
adult dependents over age 14 pageantry interwoven with exchanges and commissarystores.
to be admitted at half price. comedy to round out the tory Within these limitations,
Ticket prices are children of America's birth. patron preference plays a large S
from ages 8 to 13 at 50 cents Cross and word will run part in determining what will or
and children under 8,free tor any nightly through August: :'U, with will not be carried in stock.
performance Personnel may buy the exception of Thursday. I However your preferences must
their tickets at the box office. Patron Suggestions be known to those who operateand
the stores.A .
Cross and Sword is manage
performed
Authorized patrons of the Navy suggestion box is worthlessif
nightly except Thursdays and Exchange and Commissary Store it is not being used for its BEGINS THIRD DECADE -- AMCS Robert H. Henderson, flight
will continue through August: 31.: have a direct I pipeline to the intended purpose. You will finda engineer on VP-45 Crew I 11.I signs reenlistment papers for an
It 8:30
starts at p.m. officers in charge of these Navy suggestion box located in the additional four years of Naval service. Witnessing the signingof
Friday evening August 22, Resale activities on station. NAS Main Exchange; between the the 20 year veteran are Cdr. R. A. Mason Jr. squadron executive -
1969, has been designated as the of Patron Suggestions retail and the men's shop.
Through use store officer (I) and AEC E. C. Kneller, VP-45 career coun-
NATTC night through the in the exchange and the selor.
cooperation of Capt.John .Kennedy Customer Want Slips imhc commissary Housing Referral
commanding officer who store Navymen and f ,
has attended this historical play their dependents can make their Jax -- TheNASIIousingRe- Wi4 #
and highly recommends it. preference I The amphitheatre is located a- from the Family Services wa
cross the Bridge of Lions on Exchange\ and commissary Center to the Public
Anastasia Island in St.August inc. store officers are interested in Works Department. All per-
Follow road signs AIA and S-3 Patron's comments on merchandise : sonnel desiring information on
Cross and Sword was writtenby selections services; being the current listings of housing
the Pulitzer playwright Paul provided operating hours and facilities in the Jacksonvillearea
Green to depict an emotionally other items pertaining l to the operation which are approved for a a
intense, warm human story of of Navy Resale activities. occupancy should contact the
the founding of Spanish Floridaby They are also interested in receiving Public Works Department. a *c x
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Menendez and the band of valid complaints so that d
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Two Air Station WAVES





Enter Miss Jax' ContestAfter "&


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weeks of preparation and their talent. though she would like to win, she
practice and hard work two air Then the waiting begins. Of will be happy just to be among
11 station WAVES will tonight take the 30 participants 20 will be those 10 finalists. Miss Strange FROM THE RANKS OF THE ENLISTED--Newly appointed
:t the first step towards the title eliminated tonight. But the 10 feels much the same way. Both WO I Donald C. Wood, former electric shop chief at VP-45 is
of Miss Jacksonville. finalists will not be announceduntil girls said just preparing for the sworn in by Cdr. R.A. Mason, squadron executive officer.
CYNSA Kathy Strange of NAS Saturday at the Civic Audi- contest has been a rewarding
Communications and SA Linda torium.If experience.
_Boutchee of the Administrative Kathy will sing "People" in
Department are among 30 con- Kathy and Linda are .among; her bid for the title and Linda, RAdm. Weymouth Visits FAW-11
will then
the 10 finalists they
who has been dancing for 14
testants for the post that could years
eventually bring them tothe Miss be judged on their talent gowns will do a modern jazz dance. RAdm. Com- ',
Ralph Weymouth
and suits once more. Tickets for Saturdays event '
America Pageant. mander Fleet Air Wings U. S. r<
Miss Boutchee said that $2.
the Prudential are
Tonight in Atlantic Fleet, visited Jackson-

Buildijig Auditorium at 6 p.m. ..-.-,.----...-----.., .- ville Aug. 7, to hold an informaland .tt!,\
Kathy and Linda will be judge o informative talk with offi -
along with their fellow contes- m'. ydt cers of the staff and squadrons
tants on their appearance and t of Fleet Air Wing Eleven.
poise in gowns and swim suits .y a Fv The admiral was a member of ,
fir----o-w-- v } the recent board which selectednew t

1 I Navy captains, and the sub-
al'i aa ject of his talk was senior selection -
3 r.a board procedures in parti-
A5 3"MOTORS 1.. cular and officer career pat-
1 terns in general.It .
was a rare opportunity for
; the Fleet Air Wing Eleven offi- .
cers to get the straight wordon
"::' \: : RAY 3 what taken RAdm.
-s 7 f just steps are Weymouth
: and what factors weigh: more.
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Reasonable V 1 f tion in the U. S. Navy.

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Jax -- The station's Chief month on the second floor of the Mrs. Gill,Mrs.Home and Mrs. x
Petty Officers Wives Club concluded Chief Petty Officers Club Taylor are all past presidentsof r '
another project this month Widows of CPOs are also eligible the club. One other lady,
by presenting \\Thee1chairtothe to join the club,according Mrs. Mrs. Fee Cancer is also a past
Sunland Training Center at King. president, and remains active in
Gainsville.Lee Other officers of the club are the club.
Crook, director of special Mrs. Neva Hackelton,vice presi- Club OfficersAll _
services and musical therapyat dent; Mrs. Gert Lenczewski, the ladies have extendedan
the school for mentally retarded secretary; Mrs. Jean Gracen, invitaton to area CPO wivesto t
children, accepted the chair treasurer; Mrs. Betty Gill, come to the next meeting and
from the local club. Crook also chaplain; and Mrs.Ginger Home, join the club in its social and
gave a slide presentation and talkto parliamentarian. charitable projects.
the wives and guests on some
of the schools many activities

and services.Numerous Projects Navy Wives #86 Plan

Although primarily a social
club, the CPO wives work on
numerous worthwhile projects August. Family PicnicBy

throughout the year and assist
station chaplains whenever they Mrs. W.C. AndersonThe

are called ,upon for assistance. monthly business meetingon families interested in becomingmore
Club, member and past presi- Aug. 6 at 7:30 p.m. started informed about this extremely -
dent, Mrs. Emma Taylor, saidan Jax 86 off on anotherbusymonth. important problem are
example of the club's readiness Several special guests were on invited to attend. The movie DONATION -- Mrs. Alice King (I) and Mrs. Emma Taylor, present
to assist was when a chap- hand.These most welcomedguestswere will explain what LSD is and howit wheelchair to Lee Crook of the Sunland Training Center
lain called the club to assist a from NWCA Cecil Field 12 effects the mind, body, spirit near Gainesville. Mrs. King is president of the CPO Wives
Navy dependent. A Navymandied and consisted of Mrs. Jack Cato, and future generation.Jax Club and Mrs. Taylor headed the project to get the chair for
while on duty in the Nor- president, Mrs. Marvin Cloves, 86 is showing the filmin the center..
folk area, and his widow and five vice-president, and Mrs. PaulSt. the hope of making the com-
children were flying through Andre, chaplain. munity more aware of this ever
Jacksonville. CPO wives met During the meeting two important increasing problem among its
them at the airport and took care announcements were made young people. SAVE MONEY
of the children and fed them while beginning with the time schedulefor
they were waiting to catch another the 86 family picnic. The Club projects for August include -
plane. picnic will be held Saturday and the purchase of 30 ticketsto REGULARLYLeave
Ready to AssistThe the picnic lunch will begin at see the circus for underpri-
Cuban Missile Crisis was 12 noon and run until 2 p.m. viledged children in the GJEO
another time when the CPO wives There will be swinning from 2 Program; a donation to the Red
answered the call to provideaid to 4 p.m. at #716 pool and games Cross for the purchase of items
to Navy dependents. Wives;l from 4 to 6 p.m. such as soap, writing paper,pens
helped feed and take care of child- The second announcement, of and tooth paste to make up ditty
ren and were active in assistingto interest to all military families, bags for our men in Vietnam; I ",
arrange for transportation for was that the club will feature the club will be sending a childto '. .
the many dependents that flow the showing of a very importantfilm camp through the Salvation H ': '. : ';...... :
from Cuba to Jacksonville.Mrs. titled "LSD 25" at the Army Summer Program; and a 1
Alice King, current pre- Aug. 20 social-educational meet- donation was sent to the Florida
sident of the group, said other ing at 7:30 p.m. in the ComptonHall association for the Preventionof ,
annual projects of the club include clubhouse. All military Blindness. '
a fashion show to raise .,

money for charity, and the annual Flowers Can Be FatalTulips .
Christmas party held at the club
for many area underpriviliged
children. buttercups, daffodils Children and adults have died ..
Currently, the club has 35 and rhubard are just a few of the from eating the berries. '
members and has invited the flowers and plants which can -- Larkspur (Delphinium)
wives of active duty and retired, cause sickness or death if eaten. young plants, foliage, seed roots:
CPO's to join them at their Toxic parts of plants and phy- Digestive upset, nervous excite- time? Get
monthly meetings. Meetings are sical symptoms they cause are: ment, depression. May be fatal. an
held the first Monday of each --Hyacinth, narcissus, daffo- -- Lily of the valley
dil and tulip bulbs: Nausea,vomiting leaves, berries, flowers: Irregular HFC TraveloanDeciding
diarrhea. May be fatal. heart beat and pulse, usually -
--Poinsetta leaves: Fatal. One accompanied by digestive upset -
leaf can kill a child. and mental confusion.Iris .
--Castor bean: One or two where to go on your leave is easy.
castor bean seeds are near the -- underground stems: Severe -
Deciding how you'll pay for it may be more diffi
lethal dose for adults. but not usually serious,
--Mistletoe berries: Fatal. digestive upset. cult. We think we can help. An HFC Traveloanwill
give you cash to cover every travel expense.
t. & & Later, you can repay HFC in convenient monthly

amounts. Household helps more service people
c Atnt FISHINGAiE1Y! every year than any other company of its kind.

Shouldn't you include an HFC Traveloan in your

leave plans?

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Luiuriou dining it sensible' price*he* Uganct. Swift, courteous service, a
mid 33 Cafeterias the moat popular highly trained staff and the years of 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683
place In town,and SIS h..made parlance In serving the fine*! foodthulrn.w..taf.t.dath..pltom.of
Financial Estate Planning make your visit to the new S*3.mutt Cedar Hills Shopping Center

Insurance Programs another 3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190
Mutual FundsASSOCIATED HOUSE OF QUALITY FOODLUNCH
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THOUSAND PHONE 355.3487 SIS Cafeteria b also located li the Arlington Plaza.Shopping Center 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 2466421August
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Cdr Lahr Takes Helm of i

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John F. KennedyUSS \

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JOHN F. KENNEDY 'In : I \
ceremonies conducted< July 24 1 on ;
the hangar deck of KENNEDY, ;\
Commander John J. Lahr re P I !
lieved Commander Lloyd M. pc ,:
Westphal as Com ma ndina Officer
of Attack Squadron Eighty One. CAPSULE \ -
Lahr is the fourteenth officer

to assume command of :H _
and receives the reins :
ership just as the (' i
brates its 14th

commissioning. 1
Commander Gene 1

Air Commander Wing One of delivered Attack BOWLING LANES I/

address at the (Continued from Page 3)) Y A 1 IJ3 jI
spoke of Attack
One as "the Lahr gent. C. R. Whittaker, receivingand .
operating organization." cd hi? apprecia- < issuing:;: clerk: { for Special Cervices ; k M I
Captain Earl Yates and\ officer of :: rolled the final lane- d
i manding Officer of their performance primer on 10.
y '; was the featured speaker year. I'or the fu- Absent byt not forgotten were 4 IvE
counted his long Commanding< Of- cdr.< D. E. Douglas (ret), former
VA 81. The present Officer.'h <.1, "The Simllners cecil exec, Cdr (II I. L. Gross- E
under the leadership continue to prove kopf I CccilAdmin Officer and L. I
mander Westphal has l .an, "Anytime T. Ellias, the Cecil architect who .
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its fine tradition the : i not jut a hollow approved IJrunswick plans. fit: ." I
said. accurate <.1e crfp-" The following prizes will go .r <> ""'" i
In' his remarks we do business, to the bowlers who do the !
I
Westphal noted the stand here firmly specified many accomplishments I am assuming 1st 275: game with handicap in / '
past year and attributed the finest t squadron niens league, 1 crown jewel ball 1iS L I
successful achievements 1st 225: game with handicap in f
quality of personnel with VA 81 womens 'league, 1 crown jewel ,
squadron and to the hi of 1W8!) as ex- ball, 1st! 075: series with{ handicap !
and morale the men I Us career prior \ mens league 1 black dia-
exhibited.For has included a wide mond ball, 1st COO series with SECOND "BEST".Lcdr A.T. Elison Jr. was the second
his next duty i 11I11ents. includ handicap< womens league 1 :sea; NAS Cecil officer to receive the WMBR "Best Blooming Boss I.
Westphal will report to cruises in South strike; ball, 1st man in league of the Day" Award. He's Maintenance/Materiel Control Of-
DEPENDENCE as Air bowlinG strikes in a tow, 1 ficer, was acting Assistant AMO in the absence of Lcdr E.H.
pair howling shoes 1st woman Helveston. WMBR is a local radio station that salutes bosses
I in league bowling to bowl!5 strikes and secretaries from various walks of life each day on the !
in a row 1 1.11r[ bowling shoes air, and with flowers.Making :
SBob's Oak Hill l 1st man to bowl all spare game
> league bowling, 1 gtobowlingbag,
!: 1st woman to bowl all spare game Your Move?
Pure Service Center league bowling 1 silhouette blue- I
green bag, 1st man to pick up

.:\. the 7-10 split league bowling, 1 Some Ways To Cut Corners
Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. black diamond ball 1st womanto 1 1tf
pick up the 7-10 split league \
bowling, 1 's:>oqs rike ball 1st you have to move your family cers can assist with details of
road service. pick up & delivery man to bowl 100 games in open and household things and your moving allowances and the arrangements r

bowling, 1 amf classic bowlingball move is nonreimbursable you for household s
mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars
I 1st man to bowl 50 games can cut your moving expense up moves.' f
open bwling, 1 pair bowling' to 50%by doing the job yourself.:; The larger Rental Companies
103rd & Jammes Road :dices.That's. Simply rent a trailer or truck, have open and van type trailers J
771.- 9156 depending on which best: meets in various sizes and trucks from
Jacksonville Florida :; $::300 worth of prizes. j
(Notify counter clerk before your needs, load up, and you'reready pick up models to big JG'I I
attempting -
to roll. vans that are specially designed i I
conversion.)
for moving furniture and

. . . Sure, there's some work household possessions. Most
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e! ...N.N.N.N.N.NON. .N.NON. .N.N.NONON. .N. .N.N. Involved in a do it yourselfmove dealers handle rentals on a one-

but it's well worth the saving way basis. You pick up your
:i: Interested i in a New Future? :f i: and a lot easier on'the bud trailer or truck from a local
get. It's nice to have your things dealer and turn it in at your
Z O ANATIONALMANUfACTURINGCOMPANYMAYOPENNEWPLANTIN T with you when you arrive, too. destination rates are surprisingly -
GREATER JACKSONVILLE AREA IF WORKERS CAN BE FOUND.WILL NEED 450. T No waiting for them to catch up low and usually provide insurance -

Y IF YOU ARE INTERESTED AND HAVE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SKILLS OR WOULD .T. or be delayed< en route. Many coverage. Cover for
.. LIKE TO BE TRAINED FOR ONE, PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW AND MAIL IT .. :service families use; rental trailers liability and property damage on
.i. TODAY. .T. and even trucks, for movingthe truck rentals is sufficient to meet
things needed immediately at all state responsibility l laws and
T
.!. YOUR NAME WILL BE KEPT STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. ..
t their new stations and have a the rental charge also covers
NO EXPERIENCE T
... commercial van line move the you for collision or other accidental -
YEARS OF BUT WOULD LIKE
rest. Transportation OHi- damage to the truck.APARTMENTS .
SKILLS NEEDED EXPERIENCE TO BE TRAINEDej
TT
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ete 3. MECHANICS (Tr d. School ?
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6. MAINTENANCE (Equipment) ,-,\ TT
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:. 9. ASSEMBLY-GENERAL . . YES ___? TT Now Renting. : ....J

V i 10. INSPECTORS . . YES __ ?

) 11. SKILLED BOAT BUILDERS . YES WHILE UNDERCONSTRUCTION

I 12. UNSKILLED . YES _
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Movie ingham. Color comedy drama.
G/G ((112 mins).
HOSPITAL "DEATH TIDESA
:

WANT AD SECTIONAds HORSE"
ScheduleMovies NAS MATINEE: "DEADLY

BEES" starring Suzanna Leigh
and Frank Finlay. Color drama.
will be shown nightlyat
should be mailed to the Holt ( 84 mins).
Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville the NAS Theater at 7:30:
Florida, 32210, to arrive p.m.
not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
There will also be kiddie SUNDAY, August 17
Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the a mat-
publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a NAS: "TIlE PRIME OF MISS
be received WITH the copy for the ad.Do regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- JEAN BRODIE" starring Maggie

day and holidays.The Smith and Robert Stephens. Color
Not Send Cash Hospital Theater will have Comedy.
'one nightly feature at 7 p.m.
HOSPITAL: "TIlE GURU"MONDAY

Rate: MIMI.m charge ((3 Hies). . . . .$2.00 Cecil shows Field during will the have week two at nightly 5:30
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be August 18

Per additional line ((4 words per lime). . e 0.50 shown on weekends at 2 and 5 NAS: "CHARLIE" starring
p.m. Cliff Roberts and Claire Bloom.
Color Drama.
THURSDAY, August 14 HOSPITAL: "TIlE PRIME OF
AUTO AIR CONDITIONING 5 MINS. NAS JAX Timuquana 1969 NOVA SS. EQUITY MISS JEAN BRODIE"
Window units & central units, Estate. Furn. Gar. Apt. Ideal for Assume small payment $73. mo. NAS: "DOCTOR DOOLIT-
service & repaired, Tylers single adult. Utilities incl. $70 Bank financed. Ph. 781 3214 TLE" starring Rex Harrison TUESDAY, August 19
Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 384 6288. a.m. Samanthar Eggar. Color Mus-
Palmer Ave.(Lake Shore) 388 ical Fantasy. G/E ((152 mins). NAS: "HARD CONTRACT"starring
5161. 1969 TWIN NEEDLE HOSPITAL: "MIDAS RUN" James Colburn and Lee
63 CHEVROLET 4 DR. Sedan Remick. Color Crime Drama.
Auto. Zig Zag Makes button- $375. Qtrs. SS NAS or 771 starring Fred Astaire and Anne HOSPITAL
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK holes Fancy Designs Blind 7011 after 5 p.m.. Heywood. Color crime comedy. : "CHARLIE"WEDNESDAY
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean hems Overcasts Original AM/G ((106 mins). August 20
modern trailers & Apts. 389 price $229. Will sell for$69.95 '
63 RAMBLER CLASSIC- FACT. NAS: "BONNIE -
ANDCLYDE"starring ,:f
3007. Call 771 9106. Air R & H, New Battery & FRIDAY, August 15 Warren Beatty and Faye y
new tires Best offer Call Dunaway.
Color drama.
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS 1969 SINGER ZIG ZAG SEWING' after 4 771 8483. NAS: "DEATH RIDES A HOSPITAL "HARD CON-
Consoles, some with AM/FM, Machine Cabinet model. Mono- HORSE" starring John Phillip TRACT" :

tape players. At dealers cost grams, Blind Hems, Makes But- HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWN Law and Lee Van Cleef. Color -

to liquidate stock. FullwarrantylPhone I tonholes. No attachments needed,. ER 3 BR, Fenced Yd. Patio, western. AM/G ((114 mins). Train to become a
771 0409. 5 Yr. Parts and Service. Unpaid w/built in Bar B Q Grill, HOSPITAL: "DOCTOR DOO-
Balance $62.40 or terms avail- Equity and assume payment. LITTLE" SPORTSCASTERUnder
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE able. Call Capitol Sewing Ma $56.57. FHA Loan 361 Hill the GI Bill!
Houses & Apts. Equity VA & chine Credit Mgr. til 9 p.m. Top Drive Meadowbrook SATURDAY, August 16 For information dial
FHA resales. $100 down. Call
388 0786. Orange Park. 356-8351 I
Power or Mills, USN Ret. 264- NAS: "THE GURU" starring -
2411 Orange Park Realty, Military STEREO CONSOLE $67 FOR SALE r 1954 CHEVROLET Michael York and Rita Tush-

Free Notary.IN Take up payments on 3 month $150. or best offer. Must sell J
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old beautiful stereo console like 771 0103.
CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND new. 4 Speed record changer-

Area. 5 Acres. 10 Acres & combination radio. Balance due FOR RENT 3 BR HOUSE OPEN SUNDAY
larger tracts Terms 282 -5272or $67 or $8 per month. Phone 353- Orange Park, 5 min. to NAS,
282 5224.AUTOMOBILES. 1946 night or day. Will deliver will rent to TAD Personnel, or

no obligation. A -1 Music Bachelors, TV, Linen, Uten -
FURNISHEDEast Center, 1606 Main Street. sils optional, A/C 264 6884.
& West Coast. 353 3691.

69 SEWING MACHINE
GEORGE'S KENNELS GOLDEN Dial A STITCH 67 MUSTANG V 8AUTOMATICLow
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free Scratched in handling. Makes Take over & Small Equity, 1OO% GUARANTEEWe

pickup and delivery Est. 1925, Buttonholes Fancy Designs. Make reasonable offer.384 2620 .
gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In
Near Cas-
5085 Ct.
Edgewood ( after 9.NEAR .
Monograms. Blindhems. Over-
pertlon. Then we tuned up, tightened and replaced everything
sat and Edgewood) 389 0064. casts, etc. Reg. $169. Balance that needed It. And guaranteed them l6o% for the repair or
Homestead RD.
NAS 4604
$49.95 Cash or Terms. NU- replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 day or 1000
2 BR Home corner lot. miles. In and double check.
IN CLAY COUNTY Lovely Come on
IDEA Sales Co. 6437 Wilson Blvd.
ti 2 and 3 acre Ranchettes, paved l/2Ba, Paneled family roomor ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
and graded road frontage, $1450.per BY THE OWNER-2 BR. ( 3ed BR) Newly redecorated ASSEMBLIES'BRAKE SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
lot & up, terms. Off. Ph. masonry home, real nice, ideal kitchen, A/C Carpets & Drapes
282 5272 Home 282 5224. location, reasonable furnishedor included Easy to assume pay- 67 FIREBIRD 400 $2395Vinyl
8418or
ments $118.83 Call 388 -
unfurnished. Ph. 765-3666 af-
353 3338. Top, P.S. 4-Speed
ter 530.:
VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS FOR RENT OR SALE 4 BR 67 PLYMOUTH Valiant $1495

3 Br., 1,11/2 & 2 baths $100 WATER FRONT LOTS 2 Bath. 3 mins. from NAS, "Signet", 4-Door Sedan, Auto trans., RfcH.
down as low as $65 month. Callus High, Wooded, Ideal investment. Fenced Back yd., 7303 MidwayRd.
for up to date lists that will Mobile Homes welcome. I mileE. Ortega Hills. PH. 2644367.BABYSITTING 66 MUSTANG Convertible $1695
be mailed without obligation. of Lake Asbury on 209. La- V-8, Auto. trans., Air Cond., R&H Carousel Red, Black
VANSANDT REALTY-387 -1213 Rue 725-3992. Top.

3 SINGERS $25 HOUR DAY WEEKIn 65 MALIBU "SS" $1295
WILMAR APARTMENTS my home PH. 771 1539.
6 &. Cecil. Sewing Machines. Left in storageat Door Hardtop V-8, Auto trans., New paint, R&H.
Duplex, near Jax
Furnished, $105;, unfurnished condition.1606 Main Fully Street.electric.Excellent Does 67 FAIRLANE 2 DR 6 CYL. 68 VW Squareback $2195R&H

$85, plus St. Tax, Newly painted -. everything. Complete with at- Auto Trans. Radio & HeaterEx. White.
2 Br., Lg. Kit., Breakfastnook Cond. $ 1500. Call 388 -
tachments. Yours for freight and 8418 68 VW Karmann Ghia $2295
2 water
car parking space
$25 eachor
charges.
storage Only
Radio & Heater Air Cond.
sewage, garbage, lawn service $8 per month. Phone 353 '68 15Ft. SEA CHEF BOAT &
included. 1 block West of the 1946 night or day. Will deliver Trailer and '68 Chrysler 75 horse 67 VW Fastback $1995Radio

5900 Blk. of Jammes Rd., 1/2 no obligation.FOR motor. $300. down Take over at Heater, Air Cond., New Paint!
miles South of 103rd St.Call 387- Owner 771 8090
2541 nites or weekends call SALE ONE SHIPPING 771 payments.- 7385. 67 VW Squareback $1795Heater

389 0744.PRIVATE Dog Cage. Size 22 x 26 x 36, White Wall tires, Red.

holds up to 40 lb. dog. Call SWAP WANTED 67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1895Radio
PIANO LESSONS 398 6514. ADJ 3 or Striker on Sea DutyIn
Enrolling fall term 389 7622 Jax Area. Interested in ordersto & Heater. Blue & White.
2834 Grand Ave. FOR SALE FRIGIDAIRE WASHER Cubl Point. Phillipines. EOS 66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1695
Norge Dryer (Gas);Dehumi- Feb '71 Contact' Jones 8161 or
'69 UNCLAIMED ZIG ZAG SEW- difier; Lawn Mower (PushType), 8160 Cecil. 68 VW Sedan $1795
ING MACHINE Never used. Window Fan, 3 Speed Rev. Timer Radio & Heater
Sews on buttons, Makes button- ; Shetland Floor PolisherAllEx.
holes, Blind Hems Stitches,Mon- Cond. 264 5004.. 67 VW Sedan $1495Stereo
tteoH1Ed
ogram, OvercastsNoattachment New Paint.
Orig. Guarantee NEED CASH MUST SELL
necessary.
66 VW Sedan $1295
Automatic New
BALANCE ONLY$ .170rterms 57 Chev. 6 Radio, heater,
available. Call Capitol Sewing Tags Inspected 270.. O)(
Credit Mgr. 9 9 388-0786. '66 VW Squareback Like New 65 VW Sedan $1195Radio
ConditionAirCond.. 1575. & Heater
CAREER OPPORTUNITY '64 MERCEDES 300 SE Thisis
Businessmen's Assurance Co a rare model, PB, PS, A/C, 65 CHEV. Y2 Ton Pickup $1195

desires ambitious males, mar- heater, FM AM and Marine -,-
ried. Ages 25 45 for sales band radio. Book value $3800 OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
position in DuvalCounty. Approx. Sell for $200.
s10,0001st yr.&$15,000 possible2nd Call Martin 772 2167 TllCOI

yr. earnings. Ex.t ram.prog. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
& fringe benefit Phone :H98- WESCONNETT FURN. APT.
9422 or 398-7550 for interviewor and Cecil 1 BR
Convenient Jax ..
write P.O.Box 5833-Jax: ,32207 $50. &--..
immed. ,
carport, occupancy INC.
788 0721 or 771 9262.
PART TIME mo. 103rd & Blanding Center ,
Married E 4 and above. Are
you having trouble making ends WRINGER WASHER LIKE NEW 7717970PHONE 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511 '

meet? We can work your hoursin Best Offer over :$60.00. 2 Elec. AHEAD Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM
with your duty schedule. For Stoves $45. Each 7417 Coral
FOR FASTER SERVICE
appointment{ 264-6485 Sea Road 384 1572.







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I Youths Visit VAP-62 As Part of NAS Jax Tour



Jax -- Heavy Photographix[ estin and "important fact to
> Squadron-G2( home based at Jacksonville take back with[ me" were among
Naval Air Station i ii is comments made by several girlsin
i among the many :show places of the group.
1W; P F 1 the Navy in this area. Lt. D. To give[ the group an idea of
Woxland, public affairs officer the survival equipment the crews
a se and other :squadron; personnel:; carrry with them..PR2 Copeland
ff provide visitors with the inside::; of the squadron's\ survival shop
view of what photo aircraft are showed them the contents of the
all about. On Aug. G the squadron SEEK II KIT and explained the
again had the pleasure of use of the various items. The
being part of a tour for more next stop was Bldg. 9L'J: whichis
than 100 young people of the Fed- where the squadron does all
N i lv eral Summer Employment Program of its photo intelligence and film
a w for Youth. developcment. Lt. (j. g.) A.
MacPherson and hI men explained -
The began in 19C5!
program in some detail the many typesof
with a Youth Opportunity Cam-
photography VAP-62 is
capa-
started President John-
iir
by
paign
s
ble of doing. The group was
and re-established by PresIdent -
soil;
shown how a mosaic is laid and
Nixon under its
f present
also a sample of the mathematics
name. involved in determining such

I The Navy program, explains things as runway lenglis from reconnaissance -
Mrs C. Stewart summer counselor photography.SN .
provides jobs for many Mary Stillson of Family
r Y youths who need money further Services: Center and SN Pat
their education. Some from the Sweigart of NAS Public Affairs
I I economically depressed areas acted as guides throughout the
work to supplement the family half day tour.
income while others use the
__ money to buy clothes and booksin PreSchoolPhysicals
order to finish high school.
Mrs. C. Rogerson, another counselor -
Visitors from Federal Youth Employment Program inspect A-3 cockpit. with the program, helps

the young get started in life by
using[ this program\ to providethe
first outside job, for the 16
to 20 year old boys and girls. Being Held

I NA TIC : Behind The Scene I III Air Most Rework jobs Facility are with however the Naval with Jax--Pre-school physical examinations -

the tour as part of the summer for children enteringthe
FarewellOne I. program the youths were able to first grade and for children
teaching Sunday :,dlOol.A 1. door amphitheater the produc- see areas which they would not attending school in Florida for
of the often recurring e- jovial farewell. .and a tion is the story of the foundingof normaly come in contact with.: the first time will be given at
vents in every sailor's careeris "job well done" go with these; our Nation's oldest city by VAP-62, being only one of the Naval Hospital on Saturday
a transfer to a new duty men .1thcy depart for their Don Pedro Meneiidiz In 1565! the areas covered did not limit mornings during August.
station. That time has once new duty stations and new chal- and the determined efforts to the imagination.[ "Very inter- Children requiring physicalswill
again arrived for two NATTC lenges.\ maintain the colony. be checked in between 8
Officers. ReupsRccnlistment '-'. 0 ....,! OOQO') and 10
-. ,, a.monly. Nursery school
Senior Chaplain Cdr. V. J. time rolled a- NATTC Special Services will -.._. o. 'i.\:: .-.,..-,.. kindergarten and college phy-
provide transportation to the ...... .. .
Mahoney left this command round for three NATTC mcn re- bus rft: ) : en I1 ;':';' \ ical examinations will not be per
The will leave
play. Bldg.
for
Monday duty with COM ONE cently. formed.
staff in Boston for the !500 at (0:45: p.m. and return ;;..
next six AE2 Rowan AEC Thompson Y Physicals will be given in accordance -
there \ -
the show. _
months. Father Mahoney has and AOI Murray took the oath following --- '" ---. ,,::5rt'_:: with the following sch-
Personnel are reminded to
been at NATTC since January for additional four get edule
\l years each. < -- : August 16 -- Those whose
their tickets[ for this -
early
\ t of 1966 and has done a superior Thompson and Rowan are en- ftAC1acf $AftrYi last name begins with A and
joyable evening of entertainment.[ WAfttt
job as chaplain. instructors in AH "A" School II through L; August 23 -- BCHIEF
r Some of his duties while at and Murray is a :student in AO
"LJ" School.
hospitalized
\ Cross and Sword
personnel and comforting the
mournful. While here he also The management; of the Cross
wrote articles for the Jacket and Sword play in tit. Augustinehave t
newspaper. designated Aug. 22 as
Lt: I1. L. Claude was trans- NATTC night.Included .
ferred to Patrol Squadron 47 in the benefits of the
at NAS Moffett Field Calif., special night [is: the reduction of
where he will be stationed with
half for
tickets to price military
his son, Lt. David Claude.Lt. m
personnel and dependents.
Claude has been at NATTC
Since September 1966 as a Phase Tickets must be purchased

Officer. lIe was also active in from Special Services[ priorto
community affairs such as participating that night
-!- in the church choir and Staged in St. Augustine's out- I

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the South China Sea is Capt. Hea M. Marin, one of many lovely
nurses attached to the 12th U.S.A.F. Hospital. Republic Vietnam.A t


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P CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUPBy

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ki
Ltjg R.E. Bondy i ;a '

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: 'Snoopy' wasn't up to it, this week, with
the diamond season ending and the bowling lanes just getting
under way. So he decided to let Ltj g Bondy pinch-hit for him
with a tale of pigskin action in Incenseland, better known as i;
Way Out 'West. The
Gunslingers seem a sure bet to providenew
blood for the upcoming grid season if they get home 'in
time)


suurc BAY, PlIUPPTNE The Gunslingers\ were now the "
On a field of mire the Gunslingersof Champs.The .
Attack Squadron 105 came Ingredients for victorywas
through like the champions they 100"7o effort, team work and a fine rt .
are to win the USS KITTY HAWK system of two platoon football
football:\ Championship, thus ending said the release. Starting with ,.>
a long hard season that the offensive team, the champ-
stretched from March through ions were Bob Moufortequarter
July. All team members were back. Dan Adams, quarterbackand :
outstanding and demonstrated runner. Mark Dennett and e a. ''u : Lt :
ever aggressive can do spirit Bob Kleiudienst,halfbacks.At the
:so evident in VA-105, accordingto end [positions -- "Player coach"
HEY! THIS IS FUN! Little Susan Nicrmann. two, makes it look under the
a release.:: After being beaten Dave Nelson, Ollie Oliver, J. W. age easy supervisionof
in) the third game of the season McWright, Harry Rader and Ira Rubin Red Cross Water Safety Instructor. Brother Michael passed his beginners course
the Gunslingers fought their way "Player Coach", Tony "Golden this summer. Attendance and graduation certificates for the summer classes were presented T i
up to face two powerhouses that Toe" Less (Place kicker). Rich yesterday. Here next week.
had one defeat: each in the double Marty, Dennis Duffy and Pat
elimination championship.) The Brooks starred at the guard posi-
will and determination: of the Attack tions. At the center it was Mike Ia Ria .vC -aw.ekMt Mt rr w
people prevailed as VA-105 Lil) lam for the first half the
aggressively: plowed VF-21U and season (suffered a sacrificial
VAW 114 under.givingtlieGun- jury) and James Ueatherly for IT'S
slingers a clear shot at their the second half. Assuming the
heartiest opponent, the -yet- defensive chores were: Tim Bun-
undefeated USS KITTY HAWK ner, Jerry Barnett, and Clarence III-
Marine Detachment. A victory Barker, reigning unbearable
would tie the two teams at one pressure from the end positions.
loss apiece, thus ensuring a re- I Holding down the guard positionswere 1
our real Ben p. *
_.match...._.._.._ .._.u...____ ___ "Supermen', 1 .. TIME


that's that?

t t t tt I:nj(+ySummertime
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at, lite/ 'l'I'cly

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THE LAST CLASS TO GRADUATE. .Instructor Rubin and 2'', Mites South
his last beginner's class conducted at HAS Cecil pools of J AX on US 17
pz with "thefine cooperation of Mr. Tom McGuckin Athletic Di- ORANGE PARK
tor. PHI 2644263



The team that did it
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A loss not inthe makeup ofa Snyder, Gene Merriman, and Your next
Gunslinger! Dave Mcseroll. Ouch Fowler
The game, hardest fought of the and Bob Kostreba as corner -
season; took place in Sasebo, backs teamed up to knock down
Japan and found the Gunslingers more passes than the oppositioncares PROMOTIONmaybe
energing the victors. to mention. Last, but not
Now it was back to the Philip- the least we have our deep
pines for the final contest. Could backs, Barny Kelly, Drew Mur-
VA-105 demonstrate that quality phy, Steve Troberg and RichGad,
found in the "men from Detroit"in providing outstanding pass: coverage :-J,
last years'baseball World Series resulting in many Intercep-- '
and come from behind to upset tions. : '
the highly favored Marine Det? In all it was a very fine season FASTER :
Team work proved to be the one in which all VA-105 was
deciding factor. The Gridder justly proud, the release said. ". i
Gunslingers held together, fighting The final tally was nine wins .,
and grinding their opponentinto against one loss. Each team than
the ground. The final score member was congratulated by you .. ,
'
,
VA-105 34, Marine Del Cdr. R. K.HahersonGunslingerSkipper. '"
22. "

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f: Modified By J03 Brent Kallestad i\


The Civil Service Commission Special Services reports that plenty of tickets remain for the I
., \ has informed federal depart f> e I August 31 AFL exhibition game between Denver and Boston. The h
) ments and agencies of the action tickets are located in aisle 30 (approximately the 45 yard line) between -
,. ( it has taken, in light of the gen- rows 32 and 60. They're $5 a throw i
\' eral pay raise in July, to adjust The only other game between the pro exhibition game and the Dec'I''I
i salary rates for employees in ember 27 Gator Bowl will be the November 8 cocktail party -- it's i
I' the large occupations for which Georgia and Florida's annual show. ;
special higher than usual Understand that the dispensary linksters -- and they're a few .
pay rates have been authorized of them -- can be enthused with the performance of a couple of their !
:: on a worldwide basis. charges. Ageless Jim Kinder copped the seniors division in the
..; Over 75,000 employees are Regionals last week and accompanys Walt Brittle at the All Navy
"' affected by the adjustments. golf tourney in Memphis this week. Brittle fired a four round
', Engineers, patent examiners five over par 293 to take third place in the open division of the
.,' accountants and auditors, Internal Regional last week also at Memphis.
M Revenue agents and medical Bear Packer exhibition clash will be televised at 9:30 Saturday
:' officers will receive increases night on Channel locally .did you catch the CBS special on Stau-
fully equivalent to the increases bach Saturday night? Heywood Hale Broun did a masterful job on
authorized for employees paid Rog's progress in pro ranks .
," at statutory rates because of TOP NET AWARD-Placing on top of the league in the 1969 Three Jax Fliers joined ranks with Key Wests' Bombers for the
continued recruitment and retention NAS Jax tennis program was the Naval Hospital team. Capt. Regional softball tourney. Pitchers Von McClure Don Stewart and
difficulty and because of W.D. Turville outfielder Ray Badovinatz were picked up by the 6th ND champs.
;t (center), CO of the hospital displays the team
the level of salaries paid by Congratulations are in order to papa Joe for his 6 pound, 8 -
while
private employers for the same trophy HM3 George Boling, LCdr. Charles Eytel Capt. ounce catch at the N AS hospital Monday afternoon Mrs. presented -
,
or similar jobs. John Young and LCdr. Wendell Skinner proudly show off their him with a wiggily gal.

'., individual awards.

T Naval AviationObserverWings

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: Highlight VW-4 Presentations


Cdr. C. J. Cush commanding
officer of Hurricane Hunter car e g'ypf
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'. Squadron VW-4, was kept busy
with awards and presentationsAug.
!;-: 8. t;
o .1 1Ej' lie officiated
:- <;' at a ceremony
... ,.,. which saw three flight metero- "
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0 logist presented with Naval
\ 4 Aviation Observer (NAO) wings. I
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\ ,? J r. }r" __ CWO R. A. Griffin, Lt. E. V. !
Trefry and Lt. B. L. Peterson
: 'If
; ( received their wings at the cere- ,
mony. LCdr. C. G. Waldronand {1

.,, I.' Lt. L. P. Veahman were 1l l
ii also qualified to receive the wings .
iiIE.V. but are currently deployed out

a of the area. .
r YNCA'a. The NAO
II wings were recently
reestablished for .;f
flight metero-
-
jiiii1. \ logists by BuPers. Since 1964 ''.ii.,,\
I'i t ,..
; : new flight meterologists had not '
been authorized any insignia of IRONMAN AWARD--For excellence unequaled:: in the past six
\ any kind. months of sports competition Capt. H.O. Cutler (I) presents .
The flight meterologist is a NARTU Executive Officer Cdr. J.R. Pavelle with the NAS \

)r \ limited duty officer of warrant Intramural sports program's top award. NARTU scored 4,100
officer expert in the field of points and edged out past winner VAP-62 by only 150 points :'
meterology. He becomes quali- to gain the award which they will hold until the completion of
;:f fied by completing extensive the next cycle of sports. t
Lt. Trefry Lt. B.L. Peterson and Chief Warrant Officer classroom training and accumulating -

I : E.A. Griffin receivetheirwingsfrom in-flight at experience least 100 penetrating hours of NAS JAX Estibishes

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Kinder SwingsTo __ S ___b ______

Second

-_ ,T Ss Links CrownJax



-- For the second
1 week Jim Kinder of
put together the top four
of the tournament to
place in the Senior's


: 5''55 the Memphis Tournament South last Atlantic week.played

&a' i One week earlier
tered all opponents and
N : u same division in the Sixth. _

pr-'J District Kinder Tournament., attached to the 4'A

Dispensary, opened the
with a 79 which
second after the first
play. That, however,
only time he trailed in the
yt A ment as he followed with
rounds of 78 and la'
Lp'A
1 9
i 313 total and a two
aver R. L. Wells of NAS

Christi.The bantam belter is a w / 'rp

All Navy champ, having
crown in 1957 when he
same Memphis course
sven par 288.


Walt Teammate Brittle, a Third

i Kinder's on the Jax
Ii"I Ii"S
"I-- :ream and the Caduceus

ramural team, fired a ', 'S r iS
oar 293 to win third M +> e
tournament.die Open Division of the

POWER SWING-Reflecting the concentration he showed in Brittle came from back :. '
the SoLant golf championship is Walt Brittle of
NAS Jax who pack after the first that's just what Jim Kinder did as he
placed third and is presently battling for the All Navy crown. shot 74, 73, 72, 74 and title in the SoLant golf tournament held last
eight shots back of
Carroll Sparkles Tom Jones of Oceana, .
was in with a three
285 over the tough
1

MAD Places SecondGiant division layout.The top in six the golfers SoLant NOW OPEN

killers would be a good it took eight innngs before the are competing this week swimmers,
way to describe the MAD "BigReds1 Jax team took an early morning Navyand Marine golfers away as Dayton,
after their runnerupfinishin 3-2 verdict. Skip Buckhalter'shomer over the world in the All to compete
the Marine Corps East Coast in the top of the eighthwas Championship also held Swim
Regional Softball Championshipsat the decisive blow. The win Memphis golf course.The 1617.
Cherry Point, N. C. last week. sent Jax spinning toward a re ment winner will go
Rallying after an opening match with MCB, 1-0 losers to Interservice Golf in the .
game loss in the double elimina- Cherry Point in 15 innings. at Langley Air Force Base, Kathleen Fitz-
tion tourney the Jax Marines Things went smoothly against Aug. 1822. NavyJax squad
struggled through the losers MCB the second time around. The for Forrest STEAK HOUSE
bracket behind an almost un NATTC champs'tacked a tally on Fitzpatrick
believable pitching performanceby the board in the seventh when an All OPEN DAILY
Les Carroll to meet host Mike McSherry singled Jodi Tal- r t ;, R swimmer on
Cherry ship game.Point in the champion ley home for a 1- 0 win. freestyle: second event.time 11 AM to 11 PM

Carroll pitched all six gamesin McSherry Does It events, 16-year --
the two and a half day period, the Beaches OUR SPECIALTY:
three of which were shutouts.The Early in the afternoon team and Bruce Mil-
total 43 innings he worked runs was back to battling others los- Ga., are SIRLOIN 1 59
scored in only five frames. The ers bracket foes. New River
battled for six Innings before competitors ex-
three shutouts came last Thurs- here over the STEAK I ALL
another seventh Inning score won
day when he aced Marine Cor.psBase
Potato /
Rolls
Baked DAYBLANMNGM.VD.
(MCB), Camp LeJuene, the game for the Jax nine. With _
Buckhalter on third and one out b6
New River and Philadelphia. -.... ,.. will feature
hero for the
McSherry played
Carroll alsowas tough the plate 20 teams and .
second time within six hours
hitting above a .500 clip. MAG.CCOIWtNCo
"SoRR' "fo events in both
Jax drew a bye In Monday'sfirst with a long sacrifice fly to right. .REcow You OON1' E'I-\Sr competition. AT CEDAR CREEK'
round action and rain claimed The win advanced Jax to the los-
Tuesday, thus the Jax team ers finals against Philly at six
was one of only two teams that o'clock that evening.
did not begin action until Wednesday Knowing full well the task at
' morning. Tight from hand Jax scored early and added
sitting around waiting to play the Insurance along the way as they
Marines gave up five runs In the chalked up their third shutout In
first two Innings to MCB and fail a row. With a strong team show- LMU1ILLSS
ing Jax sent Philly packing 3-0
ed to get them all back as they
and earned berth in the finals
fell 5 3. A late rally ended a
with runners at second and thirdin Friday morning against Cherry S F
the seventh before a long fly Point.
ball ended the threat. Drained OutA
Later Wednesday the drive to
the top of the losers bracket
began in earnest against Force physically tired Jax team
Troops. The game did not get took the field for the final fray
underway until near miuiiightand and except for a few errors backto
back they looked like the team
.."' that had made the long climb .r ..
i "II."MI"1 back to the finals. But the rest- Li/L4c31
ed Cherry Point team took ad :
I I II vantage of a few charity runs :
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Fliers Drubbed in Title Game MAr f

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Jax--Playing under the blazing South Atlantic Regionals.Key it to time final daybybcatingMem-
sun the .Tax Navy Fliers wiltedin West touched McClure for phis Friday night 1 to 0. Mem-
the championship game and only two hits but both were in phis earlier in the tourney beat
Key West emerged with the Sixth the sixth inning and combined.l Jacksonville 4 to a J in 14 innings.
Naval District softball title at with a sacrifice and two walks it McClure won his third game of
Mackroth Field Saturday.The was more than the Fliers could the tournament against Memphisby
Fliers gained the finals come up with despite three scor- firing a no-hitter and the
by beating the previously unbeaten im opportunities. McClure fin- Fliers scored after Bob Klcie- .. Y *v
Key West Bombers 3 to 1 ished the game fanning nine bat- linshi opened the bottom 'of the rw
Saturday morning but the Bombers ters. eight with a long triple and
realigned their sights on Jax did salvage some glory by scored moments later when Ron
Von McClure I in the money game, taking runner-up honors and Mensinger singled in he winning
2 to 0, and headed north to Little beating every team they playedat
Creek, Va. and entry into the least once. The Fliers made run.In Saturday morning's encounter -

.. with the Bombers the
-I- -r...'i .' ... IOIt Fliers jumped off to a 1 to 0 :: t
lead in the third as second sackerR. ., .
L. Brooks doubled home Dan .Jh .
,.
Burton l who singled earlier. Jax .; ,
y ti added one in the sixth after '*' II'
Ray Badovinatz doubled and Bill <..
Aaron drove him in with single. / ..
,
y{
J The Fliers put it on ice in the f';:"
seventh after Burton tripled and ,
Brooks again stroked a hit to
bring the shortstop home. It
was the first loss of the tournament '
for the Bombers and the
i would follow which
deciding the Bombers game captured.Key BOMBERS EXPLODE--It's easy to see who the champs of the
Sixth Naval District off their victorious
West added three Fliers are as they carry
x to their squad before departingfor pitcher after shutting-out the Jax Fliers 2-0 in the final game.

the SoLant competition which
started Monday. Pitchers Von
McClure and Don: Stewart and
: _outfielder Ray Badovinatz joined Why Do You See
,...' the Bombers in hopes of bring-
',' ing the title to the Sixth Naval
.. District.

,'f" '.;"", :. Vt f." I Middies Looking For 442 I So Many Of TheseIn

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.;..'';'':;li',' 'tt..,,, .,I! "*.' '.....! Annapolis, Md. -- Barring a
( < .f: i: ,. : ... )i .
"" 4.41f <(,". tie in the September 20th foot- _
ball opener here, Navy and Penn
,. ,. State will break a deadlock for e v
5r <" (< < twelfth spot on the major collegeall
;," time victory list. Both the 0

ONE DOWN--Fliers coach Frank McCaffrey signals to his Midshipmen and Nittany Lions
base runner on second that there is one out and he must scoreon have stacked up 441 wins in their
a base hit. Jax finished the tourney as runner-up to the respective gridiron histories.
Yale leads the pack with 627
Key West Bombers.
tl victories.

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