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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein their
are own and not to be considered an official 1 expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 27 NO. 22 (U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 21. 1969




'Maybe /I'll// Retire Next Year'



Says 50-Yr Federa/ServiceVef/



h Jax -- Wilson Homer "Sandy" Not satisfied with only 2 8 yearsof tronics), and Inspector Aircraft
Sandefer, of the Quality Assurance active duty inNavyelectronics.in Electronics Systems).
f Department at the Na 1947 he was employed as a "Sandy" says, "Maybe I'll
val Air Rework Facility here, civilian radio mechanic at $1.32an retire by next year."
has just been cited as a 50 hour in the local Assemblyand lie lives with his wife, the
year "Navy" man by Cdr. L. I. Repair department (now former Grace Sampson of Gal-
Wood, NARF commanding offi- NARF). Subsequently he be veston, Tex., in Jacksonville.
came Radio Mechanic(Shop Plan- Their son, Paul, is a first lieu-
cer.Sandefer has been presenteda ner), Aircraft Inspector (E.lec-; tenant in the Air Force.
pin and a certificate denoting
50 years of federal service and
also received letters of con -
gratulations from the Honorable
John 11. Chafee, secretary of the
Navy, and from RAdm. D. K.
Weltzenfeld, NavAirSysComRepLant. -
.
NAS GAINS A NEW Senior Chaplain and Captain as Protes- "Sandy" who was born on Dec. r
tant Chaplain John H. Carnes receives his new shoulder 31, 1900, studied mathematicsand
boards from Capt. Cutler in the commanding officer's office. physics at Stoneburg, Tex.,
Chaplain Carnes and his wife, Mary, recently finished a tour High School and graduated in May
of duty in Hawaii.Patrol 1919. Evidentally he alreadyhad
decided upon Navy electronics -
as a career, for lie imme-
Squadron 7 Marks diately entered the Navy as an
Apprentice Seaman, studied radio -
theory and operating techni-
ques at Great Lakes, and for 28 t.
25th Year in CommissionJax years served ashore and afloatas
radio operator, radio radar
maintenance repairman, or
: Patrol Squadron Seven, 5 aircraft In 1955 and the next radioman in cliage of radio
comma Jed by Cdr. C. I. Stat- year moved to NAS Brunswick, equipment in aircraft squadron
mann, and presently operating Maine to operate under com elsewhere.. In 1930 he attained -
.at the Naval Air Station, Jack- mander Fleet Air Wing Three the rate of Chief Radiomanand
sonville was comissioned as VB- For the next seven years V P7 -' In 1940 was redesignated as
119 on August 15, 1044 at Camp operated from Brunswick and an Aviation Chief Radioman.
Kearney, Calif. The squadron numerous overseas bases::; ; in the I
served during the Second World first four! of these years it tallied I FRA Convention I
War at Kaneohe, Hawaii, and at over 25,000 accident free The 42nd Annual National Convention -
Clark Field In the Philippines. hours.In of the Fleet Reserve As-
Remaining in the Far East until September 1961 Patrol socation, an association career
1947, the squadron was renamed Squadron Seven moved to NAS enlisted male personnel of the Cdr. Wood with Mr. Sandefer
VP ML 7 and movedto Jacksonville. Operationaland admInistrative Navy and Marine Corps, will be
MCAS Miramar for transitionto control was shift- held in Norfolk, Va., beginningSept.
the P2V aircraft. That same ed to Commander Fleet Air Wing 23 and ending Sept. 26, Hurricane Victims Need HelpJax
year it became an east coast Eleven. Since this date the squadron at the Golden Triangle Motor
squadron, shifting its home baseto has completed deployments to hotel -
NAS Quonset Point, R. I. In Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Rota, The Secretary of the Navy -- In an effort to assist A relief organizational meet-
September 1948 the designation Spain; Keflavik, Iceland;and four has urged all commanding offi- the thousands of persons left ing was held yesterday corningand
of VP 7 was given to the deployments to Sigonella, Sicily. cers to grant leave to officer homeless In the wake of Hurricane the following drop-off points
command.In Since the squadron's most recent and enlisted personnel who are Camille, the air station is were designated for those wish-
1953 VP 7 again shift- return from the Mediterranean members of the Fleet Reserve cooperating in a program to pro- ing to assist: Chapel Annex,
ed operations to the Pacific to on February 23 it has com- who wish to attend the conven- vide food, clothing and other relief Bldg. 722, Navy Wives' Club
become the first east coast pat- menced transition to the P 3A tion provided they can be sparedand items for victims of the Nursery, Bldg. 560and the Naval
rol squadron\ to join the United Orion aircraft. operations permit. storm. Air Rework Facility in the Times
Nations forces in the Korean con- Square Area and Division. off ices.
flict. VP 7 operated out of Most urgent items needed 'for-
Iwakuni, Japan under Fleet Air the immediate relief of the victims -
Wing Six and in support of Task include new or clean used
. Force 77 until January 1954 and clothing, canned and nonperishable -
then returned to Qtonset ,Point. food items. Baby bottles and
: VP -7 transitionedtotheP2V-;| other necessities will also be
accepted at the designated drop-
Dental CorpsCelebrates I off points.
M '
%k x1'1- Anyone wishing to give moneyto

57thThe ; the relief effort may do so
at the Red Cross office Bldg. 39.
U. ?. Navy Dental Corps Those who want to make a
marks its 57th year of world- monetar contribution may arrange -
wide service to the Navy and Mar to have the offer pickedup
ine Corps tomorrow.On 5? / x by calling the Red Cross,
August 22, 1912, President Ext. 2426/2427.
Taft signed an act authorizing"not
of relief effort
Full details
more than :30 assistant den .
tal surgeons to become part of were not available at deadline,
the Medical Department of the however, anyone having questionsmay
United States Navy." contact the station public
In the years since the numberof xc: affairs office, Ext. 2370/2379
dentists In the Navy has grownto
1,800.
Noting the anniversary, Adm.E. ; '! I PuebloA I
'P. Holmes, commander in t1
chief, I1. S. Atlantic Fleet, said =
one hour special,
"Today, the Dental Corps continues -
to earn the admiration and "Pueblo: A Question of
appreciation of the men and Intelligence," will be fea-
women of the United States Navy tured on WFGA-TV Channel

and Marine Corps. I join with GUEST SPEAKER-VAdm. R.L. Townsend, Commander Naval Air Force Atlantic, speaks to 12 from 7:30: to 8:30: p.m.,
all the officers and of the
Atlantic Fleet in extend men heart- members and guests of Patrol Squadron 45. The occasion was VP-45's change of command Monday, Aug. 25. The specialis
lest congratulation and best Tuesday when Cdr. W.H. Saunders was relieved by Cdr. R.A. Mason. In background are (L-R) a close-up study by NBCon
wishes for continued success." Cdr. Saunders, RAdm. R.J. Stroh, COMFAIRJAX, and Cdr. Mason. the Pueblo incident.V .




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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

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Litter : Health HazardLItterbugs F w SUNDAY MASS9!} &.11 a.m.

1. DAILY MASo11:130: a.m.
Confers:; .* will be held on
and littering are menaces I Sunday at 8:30: & 10:30:: a.m.
It costs U. S. taxpayers an estimated $500 million annually to instead: of Saturday.U. .
remove litter from streets, highways, parks, beaches and other w.

public property. Military bases, once showplaces for spic-and- r S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
span tidiness, are now included in the litter arena. Although they Luke'
.s Chapel
are more rigidly controlled than our streets and highways, litter- .
ing on our bases is a serious problem.
whatever form it r SUNDAY{ MASS8:00: a.m.
In addition to the enormous cost in
may be, is a health menace as wellas a disgrace! It creates breeding NEW TOP ENLISTED-Taking the review at the relief and investiture PROTESTANT WORST UP
grounds for disease-carrying insects and rodents. It is repulsive of the Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps are, from left: SERVICES10:00 a.m.
to those who remember the oasis of cleanliness and beauty\. General Leonard F. Chapman, Jr., Commandant; Sergeant Major
military bases once were. Herbert J. Sweet, retiring Sergeant Major; Sergeant Major JosephW. PROTESTANTAll
The problem of littering is of far greater importance on mili- Dailey, new Corps Sergeant Major; and Colonel Paul Graham, Saints' Chapel
tary establishments where we live and work in a more confining Commanding Officer of Marine Barracks, Washington, D. C.
situation. It is closely akin to the family unit. Thus, for efficient,
smooth operation there must be a clean and healthy enviroment SUNDAY)
in which to live and work. hire Vietnam era veterans for Church School9:00 a.m.
Disposal of litter is a costly problem, but is minor when the QUESTIONSand jobs in the first five grades Bldg. # 722
over-all loss of time and money is considered. For example: without requiring competitive Junior Church -10:00: a.m.
Check the dump area of any military establishment and you will examinations.Q. Bldg. 11 722
Divine Worship Service 10
Are the inspections by a.m. Bldg. 4# 750
Red Cross officials done on
Communion 8:30
ANSWERSQ. a "no notice" basis? Episcopal a.m. :

A. It's done on a regular ba- Small Chapel Bldg $ 750
sis. There are some representatives
Youth Fellow 5
ship
Junior p.m.
there almost all the time
What i illl the biggest regularly inspecting the facili Bldg. 722
problem in dealing with the ties. TUESDAY
North Vietnamese as far Senior choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
as having them release Q. More than a year ago Bldg. i fr 750
prisoners or even releasethe the VA announced the establishment THURSDAY
names of prisoners of United Christian Science Service -
A. The greatest problem with States Veterans Assistance 8 p.m. I31dg. Centers in 21 major cities
find piles of soft drink bottles. Perfectly good, reuseable, returnable regard to North Vietnam's at- throughout the country. SUNDAY'
titude is it's consistent refusalto 6
bottles --- a great deal of loss in revenue. These bottles Are these USVACs still op. Evening Worship p.m.
abide by the Geneva Convention
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get there by careless and indifferent personnel, both civilian The Geneva Conventionof crating Bldg. 750
and military, tossing them aside, either in or at trash cans 1949 spells out how a country A. Yes, and they are staffedby TUESDAY
Pentecostal Fellowship:: --7p.m.
out of a car window. should treat prisoners. North representatives of the VA, !
Profit derived from the sale of soft drinks at many military Vietnam has signed this Con- Civil Service Commission, Department Bldg.\ V t 722
establishments Is credited to the recreation fund. So, militaryand vention.Q. of Labor, and other
civilian personnel who carelessly lose or discard refillable agencies. They are no more ef ) '\
bottles are knifing their own pleasure and that of their co-workers. What is a "disadvan- fective than ever.
Empty soft drink bottles and cans, although far from being the taged veteran Traffic
entire cause of the litter problem greatly contribute to it. Do A. For Veterans Administration -
your part in the war against litter by first accepting the fact that educational assistance pur-
litter is filth fti the making and as such should be disposed of in poses, a disadvantaged veteranis ViolationsThe
one who has not completedhigh
its proper place, not dropped the individual's convenience to school.Q. .
become a health hazard and eye sore.
Is the United States -following is a report of
...... willing to negotiate with motor vehicle accidents and traf-
the National Liberation fic violations for the period August -
Aim For Peace Front as far as the exchange 5 through August 11.
of prisoners is con- Number of Accidents
cerned? This week----------5

',- A. The United States does Total accidents this year through
Not For CloudsBy not hold prisoners. Men who are 'T August 11-- - -353
captured by U. S. forces are Number of accidents through
turned over to the South Viet-
August 1968 - -251
LCdr. Cecil D. Harper. CHC namese government. : Total number of days since last

Q. I completed high injury in a motor vehicle accident -
school before entering the - - -75
The flight of Apollo Eleven has most certainly captured the ima- service, but did not receiveany
gination of all mankind. It has been the greatest technical achieve- college training. Is Number of Accidents
ment In the history of man, and a month after"The Eagle" landed there any special program PRESIDENT RICHARD NIXON This week - --58
the celebrations continue all across the land. under which I can qualify Speeding - - -10
In a recent speech, President Nixon said that he hoped we would for government employment "To a crisis of the spirit, we Reckless Driving - -1
now "raise our sights" to further and greater achievements. On ? need an answer of the spirit. Going through stop sign -5
the surface all this sounds well and good. But I question now the '
A. Yes. Under a new pro- And to find that answer, we Other violations - -42
attitude of all who "on to the stars" as well as those
general say gram government agencies may four
need only look within ourselves. Thirty drivers appeared -
who cry "no more. before the Traffic Hearing
It is my firm belief that we should lower our sights a bit, for to 02k/ Board on August 14. Dis-
aim too high is to aim only at the sky, the clouds -- nothing. To position of the cases included the
aim too low is not to aim at all. So, in essence, our quest is to get
(More than following: 10 lost driving and
200,000 copies of the

ourselves into proper perspective -- clearer focus, and to place our !shra h Y & r r
above poster (in color) are nowbeing parking privileges abord station -
emphasis on the proper values. distributed through theservices' for various periods; 15
Never before have so mahy men so completely focused their
supply depots. The were assigned to complete an
talents, energy and resources toward ,any single goal as they did quotation is taken from Presi- eight hour course in remedial
in placing man on the moon. Man had never made such a concerted dent Nixon's Inaugural Ad-, driving; one received a sus-
effort In all history. Those chosen for this task knew their goal dress.) pension.
and agreed upon it. Each had the common goal of placing a man on i. _
the moon, and with motivation, and determination, and agreement
they completed their mission. It took almost ten years and twenty- tYts
five billion dollars but they did, it.
Now let's level our aim a bit. For us to shout about that all that ; r JTAX AIR NEWS
money and energy could have been used better at home may be true. .
But -- It will not do one bit of good so long as we cannot agree on
what our goals are -- the methods to use -- and how much resource kL

should be available. Until such time as man can listen with a The JAX AIR NEWS is a Chilian enterprise Newspaper distributed -

hearing ear, see with seeing eyes, and work with willing hands each Thursday at the U. S. Naual Air Station, Jacksonville -
toward the common goal of brotherhood and peace; until he can 1 $ Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a private
do that, he will continue to aim only at the clouds. es firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAN All NEWS must

be forwarded to the Public Affairs office, nor 2, NAS Jacksonville

eji by |12:00: noon on Monday before puhlication. News
t t items arc welcomed' from all sources Telephone 772 11 I IS
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Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries
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ert Babb, 25th Inf. Div., pushes Telephone 388 2755 or' 387 : 3566AUGUST
his way through water Tilled
rice paddies as his unit searches VOL. 27 N0 22
for Viet Cong near the Oriental 21 1969Page
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. 100,000..Commander S.R. Foley Jr., Commander of CarrierAir ,, ',
Wing Eleven records it with a VA-37 Corsair (New Type) .f.
aboard the USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63)). : 'M ;
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CVW-11/ C.O. Scores 100OOOthAboard "',"<\, "' \:J.R'rl'""'":"': ,:,',,''"..",., '- ," ,,.',


the USS Kitty HawkUSS '

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KITTY I IAWK, Aug. 10 -- It was: eight years ago this 1 '
The 100,000th aiecraft to makean month, on Aug.21, that Captain .,:t :,; ,': :, .
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arrested landing aboard the Thad T. Coleman (then Com- 't. \< _
USS! Kitty Hawk (CVW-6iO) slammed mander), also a CVW-11 Com- ,:: ..' ""'-,
to a halt this mo ring when mander, recorded the first arrested -
the tailhook of an A-7A Corsair landing aboard the Kitty ; 1J
grabbed the number one rresting Hawk during! operations In the
cable as the aircraft carrier Guantanamo Bay, Cuba area. .-, "
plied the Tonkin Gulf on patrol. Cdr. Foley commenting on the .
Commander S. R. Foley Jr., .
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landing, remarked: "It certainly .
Commanding officer of Carrier
wasn't best. I Y
Air Wing Eleven (CVW-11)),piloted my was com- Ya '
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ming in too slow and the LSO a a *' ., '
VA-37 the historic land- rt
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(Landing Signal Officer) got me z ,
ing. to put it on and avoided a wave-
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Cdr. Foley Is originally from
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I Youth Corps Still On the Job at NASJax Pk1 k t ,.ay ..J b"sh.x3F y'

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the admirationoftheirfellowem- Branch of the Material Di-
Jax -- Two young workers at age
the naval air station are putting ployees.Pat vision. Pat recently completedher \% _
I their vacation from school to gooduse Campbell, a 1908 graduateof first year of college at Tusk- v't
at the Supply Department as New Stanton High School in egee Institute in Alabama and
"summer aids1 and have earned Jacksonville, works intheStor- handles typing and filing\ assignments -
in the storage branch. She ..
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says the people in Supply are H\
there "to work" and although the (' ," .
adjustment to office work was a t J'/,
little hard she now enjoys her 'Ifi., :-
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work and pointed out that she : : I
has "learned organization\ and (,t*!>< ,,
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the importance of holding a job." ",i'i": '"';
Pot has an eye on her futureas ''f '
she banks her earnings with :: ""

the hopes of putting them towarda j/ ,I
degree in medicine. This fall .
she will transfer to the Univer- ;t: ;I ,
sity of Michigan where, as a biology '

., major, she will continue : : 1
d4, w A studying on a General Motors '.- !" .
E '4p Scholarship. The Navy may also ,, 'i'i. 1 t
be in the future after completingher
undergraduate work.The I
Supply Department is happy to
have her as one of their summer

STAMP OF APPROVAL-Willie Hunter goes over the in aids but unfortunately for them
after Sept. 1 she will hit the books
ventory of newly arriving material at Supply where he has
again and follow the Wolverinesat
worked for the past two summers Ann Arbor.

Willie Hunter also works for DO YOU SEE ANYTHING DOC-Parents and doctors

Supply and is a former ckman joined together and put pre-school children...
at Eugene Butler High School
where he graduated from last
June. Now he is making tracks
around the parcel post area of
A9' SY the Receiving Department in Sup
ply where his supervisors think 1A
he does a commendable job. Thisis
his second summer with Supply
where he inventories incoming
f material in the multl- pack area.
Willie's money isn't spent( fool
ishly as he finds three brothersand
three sisters at home that
9qb
are always more than happy to
relieve him of any extra change.
Music also plays a big part in
his young life, as lie blows a hot
trumpet for a Jacksonville group
called "The Dynamics." Willie

would like to continue his educa-
x .a d"i
tion in the music field and has
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aspirations of attending FloridaA
ON THE LINE-Pat Campbell cheerfully assists a caller & M in the near future and
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in'the material division of Supply but soon will be heading major in music. The person- t T3 Q '' pRJY yaP t '46's
able musician has covered a lot
back to school in Michigan.
of ground as a long distance runner -
for his track team and says S 'es+ap a'+r D
he isn't ready to stop moving yet
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On Normandy Blvd. (near ACRES R&H, New tires
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5144 Normandy Blvd. Swimming pool', tennis court,
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Employee Merit Promotion

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Retirement Opportunities Set .


Jax----Merit promotion opportunities 69 Planner & Estimator (Public{
Course SetJax currently open for receipt Works Structures), 83 -69 A/C
4 of applications are listed Instrument Mechanic, 84-69
below. Applications for the positions A/C Instrument Worker, 8569

-- In a move to make shown in the following A/C Electrician, 86 69 Clerk
retirement easier for civilian ,, group will be accepted from career (Stenographer ) GS-4: 87 ,- 69
career-conditional em- clerk (Typist) GS-3 and
employees here, the air station or GS-4,
: station, Rework 88 69 Electronics
air Mechanic
of the
has initiated a retirement planning <.t f ,, plowees
course. /' -.r. : Facility, Fleet Air Jack- 9a/C Systems) and 89 69 Elec-

The course will include lec- t t, sonville, Fleet Aviation Train- tronics Mechanic (Maintenance).
tures and discussions on Civil ing Unit Det. Jax, Naval Hos- Also, 9069 Machinist, 91 -
Service retirement and the legal, pital, Commissary Stores,Navy 69 A/C Electrical Worker, 92 -
medical and financial matters r.. Recruiting Station, Disease Vec- 69 Planner & Estimator (public
related to retirement. Included tor Control Center, Regional Works Electrical Systems) 93 -
will be presentations by a Navy Storage Managemant Office, and 69 Industrial Tractor Operator,
medical officer, civilian lawyerand Fleet Weather Facility, Jack- 94-69 Apprentice (First Year),
representatives of the Social sonville, at any time. 96-69 Statistical Assistant GS-5
Security Administration and Internal STEP UP-Mrs. Mary Robinson has advanced another step in MPB No. 7969 Electronics 97-69 Accounting TechnicianGS
Revenue Service, as wellas Civil Service by being promoted to card punch supervisorGS4. Mechanic 80 69 A/C Elec- -4, 101 69 A/C Clerk-Dic-
81 69Accounts Machine Transcriber GS-
Worker
the Civilian Personnel Depart- tronics tating
Cdr.
R.L.
ment. Williams, Data Processing officer, presentsher Maintenance Clerk GS4, 82 4, 104 69 Supervisory Supply
Planned topics include: Phy- with promotion papers. technician GS-8, 105 69 Sec-
sical and Psychological Aspects retary (Steno) GS-5, 107 69
of Aging; Legal Aspects of Ag- Equal Job OpportunityAction Card Punch Operator GS-2 and
ing and: Retirement; Civil Ser- GS-3, 108 69 Messenger GS-2
vice Retirement System; Social and GS-3, 110' 69 Production
Security; Financial Planning in Controller GS-7,and 111-69 Planner -
Reference to Taxes; and re Plan InitiatedJax & Estimator (Sheetmetal
tirement discussions led by a Worker).
panel of retired Navyemployees. Applications for the next
Enrollment will be strictly vol- groups of positions will be accepted -
untary and in no way will placean -- The station has issuedan setting the policy said, "Super- perience that will qualify them for at any time from careeror
obligation on a person to're Affirmative Action Plan to reaffirm ,visors will make sure that each higher paid or more desirable career-condtional employeesof
tire. Employees who will beeli" the Nayy's policy of equal employee under their supervisionis jobs. the same commands as listed
gible within two years for volun- employment opportunity.It aware of this station's Equal Employees will be given above. However, the first cut-
tary retirement will be consid- is the policy of the govern- Employment opportunity Policy and equitable condideration in off date for establishing the registers -
ered for enrollment in the course. ment to provide equal oppor ." selection for training. for each position is shown
Preference for the course will tunity in federal employment to Employment CoordinatorTo will after the job title:
be given to those 60 and older, all qualified person and pro Continuous attention MPB No. 11269 Electronics
although it is anticipated that the hibit discrimination because of assist In the implementationof be given to the structuring of Accounting Machine Operator
that
program will be expanded to include race, color, religion, sex, and the plan, a committee on entrance level position so GS-3 8-26-69,114-69 Pipecoverer -
employees in the age groupof national origin. Equal Employment Opportunityhas will provide maximum recruit- & Ensulator 8-26-69,115 69
55 to 60.Meetings. The new station plan calls for been established for the sta ment opportunities. As graded Plasterer 8-26-69,117-69 Sheet-
will be held once a the support of all station per tion. The committee is charged and ungraded positions become metal Worker 9-2-69, 118 69
week for a period of six or sonnel, civilian and militarywho with reviewing the equal opportunity vacant, they will be reviewedin Refrigeration & Air Condition
seven weeks. Employees desiring share the responsibility of. program plans, and an effort to establish entrance Mechanic 9-2-69and 119 69
to be enrolled in the new implementing the policy.In making an analysis of program level positions at grades GS-1 Military Personnel Clerk GS-5
course have until Sept. 15 to order to leave no questionsin problems and progress and sub- and GS2, and WB-4 and below 82869.
submit their requests. Sign up the minds of anyone concern- mitting recommendations to the that would provide additional recruitment Applications for the following
forms are available in the Civilian ing NAS Jacksonville's policy commanding officer.In opportunities. position will be accepted from
Personnel Department, Ext. and the commanding officer's in- addition, the equal employ- Jobs susceptible to redesign career or career-conditional
3240. fp.n'u.o enforce it.,the instruction: ment opportunity coordinator has will be identified so as to employees of naval and Marine
been charged with the responsibility enhance employment and career ,Corps,activities in the Sixth Naval
of insuring that all em progression opportunities for District.
y..ei ployees are adequately counseled minority groups. MPB No. 106 69 Manage-
on matters pertaining to the ment Analyst GS-7, ,GS-9. and
;
program. An annual report will sum- GS-11. Closing date is August
Other important points in marize the activity's progress, 26.
eluded in the instruction on equal achievements and problems in the Applications for the following
employment include: Equal Employment Opportunity positions will be accepted only
FTv New employees will be Program during the preceding 12 from persons who have career-
y p given a thorough orientation on months. conditional appointments in the

: employment at the station. It Special arrangements will federal service, of all federal
: will be designed to promote an nationwide.
be made to provide recruitment agencies
understanding of the environ information to minority group MPB No. 10969 Social Worker -
}\ fr34 ment and will assure new em- neighborhoods to expedite filling GS-11 with August 28 closing
ployees know that fair and equit-
able vacancies, and at the same time, date: and 120 69 Electric Ac-
treatment will be shown in
provide informationa and assis- counting Machine Supervisor GS-5
all aspects of employment. Applications for the position
of tance to minority job applicants.
Processing new workers
,
Digital Computer Systems Administrator -
promotions and assignment will Requests for recruitment GS-11. MPB No.
+ k 4s s reflect due consideration of the assistance of the Florida State 113 69 will be accepted from
objectives of equal employment Employment Service shall stress all naval and Marine Cors activities -
opportunity. Such things as requests the fact that all qualified applicants in the Jacksonville area
for reassignment and job must receive equal referral until August 28.Applications .
placement will receive consideration priority. for the position of

commensurate with Property Sales Specialist, GS-11,
workload and personnel require- (Future articles will discuss. will be accepted from the De-
ments within the spirit of the complaint procedures and other fense Logistics Services Center,
plan., aspects of the newly issued Af- Defense Surplus Sales OfficeSJ -
$$$-NARF employees Lawrence M. Tison ,(C) and Travis M. No discrimination will be firmative Action Plan.) and all other Defense Sur-
Hickox received checks after they climbed into a RA5C to allowed in work assignments plus Sales Officers until August
replace defective fuel controls. Normally, the entire engine employees will be rotated to 28.
has to be pulled to replace the, fuel controls. The men were duties within their ratings and Application Forms 171 for all
given $90 checks by Cdr. L.I. Wood, NARF CO. positions so that they 'will havean the above positions should be filed
equal opportunity to gain ex- with Civilian Personnel Depart-

FpUG'OONtt ment, Box 22, NAS Jacksonville,
exect/f/ve-fec/jnico// / / Fla. 32212. *
For further information regard
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BRODEURpersonnel ing these positions,see the copiesof
service inc 1 (( the bulletins or announcementsor
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Jacksonillle, Fla. 32207
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Train to become a
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Recruiting for Florida, The Southeast and Nation-wide! 3sa.a53S I1rJ For information dial

ENGINEERING ACCOUNTING I 356-8351 I

ADMINISTRATION SALES New, (]
DATA PROCESSING MGMT TRAINING Delightful,
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,: ." /4>artments.." all" wiring is underground for your greater pleasure and safety. ::::: ::::
The Bellair Family Apartments offer a choice of ground floor or second floor level t. ,,p:;.. ;: Your friends will delight to be entertained in the spacious recreation hall with :: ::
2 or 3 Bedrooms, I or r 2 Baths, in a wide variety of floor plans one of which is certain to be Its fireplace, barbecue grill and snack bar. A .

suited for, your family's' desires. Most of the apartments are of single story units and all are of ideally solid and shuffleboard courts make your leisure hours huge more Olympic pleasant pool, and a kiddie a large pool :.;.::.:r:.:..'..;................................................................................................................................................................................;.....;..;..;..;..;..:..:..:..;..:..;..;..;..;..:..;..;..;...;...;...............;.........:.M..:.....:.....:..:..:..:..1:';"::' ,,,i t J.. I
: masonry fire retardant construction. Choose from unfurnished. models or models furnished completely in and complete laundry make your chores less tedious. All this and much, much
the latest Mediterranean decors. Luxurious wall to wall carpeting is installed in all units, as well as more will add to your comfort, convenience and happiness when you become one
the most modern GE appliances.,. individual controlled Air ConditionerlHeater, refrigerator, range and "friendly neighbors" of Bellair.
garbage disposal. Huge walk In closets and storage rooms give more than ample storage space
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I T CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUP ] Cecil Wives MeetNAS

SMC George Blackburn Cecil. Navy Wives
Clubs of America Cecil Field
#121 will hold a sandwich sale
Hi there, sports fans! tremendously with defensive August 22 Hangar 67Squadron(
Now, with the Sixth ND soft- play, and Don Hardman was showing 174 area). The sale will startat
ball out of the way--and Cecil) ,Linus Brewster how to doa 10:30: a.m. and last untill the 4 t) r
forward to intramural bowling ballerina step and still hold sandwichs are gone. The club "
the classy new lanes,and the foot- onto the ball.Several I is raising money to help pay '
ball leagues will soon be start- young chiefs played in the expenses of as many membersas
ing workouts. the contest (names withheld dueto possible to the national con- ,. 4 :
[But for a moment, back to the embarrasment to Dad) and vention of NWCA. The conven-
Raiders. A hearty well done." showed pop how to hit axd.run. tion is being held this year at .
Had they been able to come Tom Richards lost ground in his Little C.",eK, Norfork Va. in
up with a big hit in their 1-0 batting for CPO batting title and October. NWCA is the only national $_ t AM.9 .
loss to NCTC Pensacola, I do now is challenging Snoopy for federation of Navy wives.
believe they would have been the title of lowest average: Good Membership is open to the wivesof / JL
representing Sixth ND when it luck, 'Milo'Last enlisted personnal in all Sea it
went into regional play last weekin Monday the Old Men play services. Meetings are heldat
Little Creek, Va. ed Lake Shore Athletic Association the Chapel Fellowship t Hall
Meanwhile, the winner, Key and Jim Lee shut the 9:30 a.m. to 11:30: a.m. the second -
West, picked four Raiders to augment shoremen down for six innings and fourth Tuesday of each WEATHER GUESSER WINGS..more commonly called Naval
their club in the doings before an error allowed a run month. The next meeting,August\ Observer Wings, and awarded flight meteorologists, are pinnedfor
last week at Little Creek. to score, Lake Shore .bowed to 26, will feature a cosmetic dem- Lcdr W.H. Ledbetter by his wife Betty. He racked up
Raiders slammin' for the Sixth the Chiefs 12-3 after being unable onstration by a Merle Norman 2,000 hours with VW-4 at Jax before coming here. He also
ND were Bill Painter, to add more than two tallysin
cause representative followed by a received his
permanent commission in the ceremonies in the
Bob Fewell, Tom Sabin and'Don the late innings. luncheon There is a FREE office of
the Cecil C.O.
Jackson. The new bowling allwy is officially nursery.
The CPO softball, team still open. While Captain Mc-
undefeated.. They downed Linn and Captain Simon were Boca Raton Native Gets Bronze Star Here I INAS
Saint Matthews, a church team, christening lanes at one end of
11-6 last week with Red Baron the new facility, all eyes wentto
Linder winning his second slow one individual (name merci- CECIL Seaman Apprentice During February of this year crew members were injured t from
Pitch contest. Kent Stillmanand fully withheld) who, bowlingfar William R. Hansen, Attack while on operation in the Mekong the blast. Hansen,who was bleedIn -
Lew Center aided the Baron down from the C. O. and Squadron One Seventy Four Delta area Ha use n's convoy came f about the head, saw that the
with home runs. Center had exec, crashed to all fours and was awarded theBronzeStarwithCombat under attack. I Us boat began coxswain, who was seriously
two round trippers. Riley Bayer nearly brought about a repair "V" here August 8, for injured, was unable to control
and Ray Bathhurst helped Linder request on the lane he was open- heroism while serving in Viet to give the support when it was the boat and relieved him of his
NIMMMIMMMMMMMMM Ing for use. Some failed to follow nam with River Squadron 11. hit by a rocket. Six of the nine duties.

TOLW'STire: : the rest of his delivery as

the ball went ity meyy- Captain James Morin is New CFAD I
: Cc>>- the ball went its merry way
'11 I into the strike zone and rolled
ten pens (Editor's Note: The man with Following a tour as a flight
MMINMRECAPS over.Golf the freshest set of four stripe instructor inthe Naval Air Train
Was going to give a writeupon shoulderboards on station is ing Command, Captain Morin received -
the little round white ball Captain James B. Morin, who qualifications as a helicopter -
people. If secretaries of the relieved Captain Billy Phillipsas pilot before reporting to
$ 95 ,Gold and Blue League will Dial Commander Readiness Attack the Pacific Fleet in 1953. lie
"Poison Pen" Extension 206, Carrier Air Wing Four here was ordered to VF-III[ where,
CALL: I'll take the quotes and get out recently. Still a commander when her was Landing Signal Officer
77 D-9934 the poop in answer.to the query he arrived and took command, for Air Task Group One and
"When are you going to give us here are some of the rungs in then Operations Officer VF-
6324 BLANDING/ BLVD., cow pasture pros a writeup?" the ladder he climbed to the head III until 1957, when he was ordered -
of Cecil's non deploying air wing.i to the Naval Post Graduate
-
i- School, Monterey, Cal.
Captain James B. Morin of Subsequent duty was with the
., Worcester, Mass. is a graduateof
the University of Californiaand Staff, Commander Naval Air
t, entered the Navy in 1954.
Forces, Pacific fleet and as Operations -
Recieving his designation as a
Officer for the Commander -
'" Naval Aviator in 1948, he reported Attack Carrier Air Wing
'4. to the Atlantic Fleet to serve Nine Ordered to VA-155, wherehe
+ .r < 1 with VA-45: and VF-14. MorinBob's assumed command in June
\ .
[ 1965.
Prior to being ordered to Readi-
ness Attack Carrier Air Wing
Oak Hill Four, Captain (then Commander)
1 Morin seved: as Commander Attack -
Carrier Air Wing Seven.
., ,. Pure Service Center I He is married to the former
Betty A. Kane of I llolden, Mass.
They have five children, James
Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. Sarah, John, Mary and Lydia.
Leave time? Get an

road service pick up & delivery -------N-
HFC TraveloanDeciding r 1
mechanic on duty American ft Foreign Cars


where to go on your leave is easy. 771 9156 103rd & Jammes Road

Deciding how you'll pay for it may be more diffi Jacksonville. FloridaAItDftEY'.t

cult. We think we can help. An HFC Traveloanwill "MOTORSPLENTY :

give you cash to cover every travel expense.

Later, you can repay HFC in convenient monthly 1 !ask: : 1

amounts. Household helps more service people 1 Used VW's 1
I every year than any other company of its kind. 1 Reasonable 1

Shouldn't you include an HFC Traveloan in your 1 STATE
INSPECTED
leave plans? LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE
CARS
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Need 'lip to S6OO? 1 64 RENAULT, $390

. . .. . .. .. . ... ENDoftheMONTHSALE 0 66 RAMBLER. $390 1
Wag., A/T. R&H.
Apply for your loan by phone, U 62 VW SEDAN. $290
we'll supply your loan by mail 61 PONTIAC. $140
1 r
Hardtop
:.. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE t2a34tazm4 ALL MIXED DRINKS 60 2-Dr.CHEVROLET. $140

1; Half Price 1 60 FALCON. . $260 1
1 2-Dr. 1
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 7 PM TIL CLOSING 1 ..w... t. r

Cedar Hills Shopping Center Last Tuesday Of 1 We Buy-Self-FiHonce

3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 Each Month Only! 1 6566 Normandy

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 i
CASE LOTS at Boulevard 1i
Penman Plaza Shopping Center
1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 WHOLESALE PRICES i 7814978 1

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'65 VW $895 '67 CAMARO MovieSchedule

$1750. Excel. Cond. 389 5877

WANT AD SECTIONAds
'UNFURNISHED 2 BR, REDEC.
Murray 1 Hill, $60 mo. 771 2877or

EV-9-4275. THURSDAY, August 21
Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing' Company, 4747 San Juan \vc.t Jacksonville
(}, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following, Thursday. NAS: "THE SOUND OF MU-
Ads
publisher arriving is too 1 late for this deadline will be published' the following week unless the QUALITY CHILD CARE All SIC" starring Julie Andrews and
be received WITH instructed the otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must Day. Educational classes for Christopher Plummer. Color
the
for ad.
copy
children 3 5 yrs. After school musical drama. G/S ((174 mins.)
care. Good Shepherd United HOSPITAL: "BONNIE AND
Do Not Send Cash Methodist Church. 5417 Lenox CLYDE starring Warren Beat-

Ave. Ph 786 0757. Rea- ty and Faye Dunaway. Colordrama. -

Rate: M.H.MIIM charge ((3 Hies).$2.00 sonable Fees.WATER A/E ((111 mins.)

FRIDAY, August 22
FRONT LOTS
Per additional lire ((4 words per 11.1))_. 0.50 High Wooded, Ideal investment.

Mobile Homes welcome. I mileE. NAS: "PLANET OF THE

of Lake Asbury on 209. La- APES" starringCharletonHest-

Rue 725-3992. on and Roddy McDowell. Color
AUTO AIR CONDITIONING STEREO CONSOLE $67 3 BR. BLOCK
HOUSE Science Fiction. G/E((112 mins.)
Window units & central units', Take up payments on 3 month W/W Carpet, fnced yd. Sep DR., COLDSPOT FROSTFREE HOSPITAL: "THE SOUND OFMUSIC"
service & repaired, Tylers old beautiful stereo console like
Lg. Kitch., Screened porches,
Refrigerator $95.00 Exc. cond.
Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 new. 4 record
Speed changer- carport Utile rm. $400 Dwn.,
for chief Futch.
Ext 413 ask
Palmer Ave 786- 1565 after 5.
5161. $67 or $8 per month. Phone 353- qualifying. 771-7504 or NAS Jax
1946 night or day. Will deliver Ext. 2909. NAS: "HELLO DOWN THERE
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK no obligation. A -1 Music CREDIT' UNION REPOSSESSIONS starring Tony Randall and Janet
1 Otr. Mile No. of NAS Clean 68 FORD TORINO GT Fast Color adventure.GG .
Center, 1606 Main Street. FOR SALE Leigh. comedy ...
& back, Console, A/T, 2 D, HT
modern trailers Apts. 389 ((98 mins.)
110 GIBSON AIR COND. $25
R & 11. REAL NICE I $2295.
3007. CONVT. HOSPITAL: "PLANET OF
OHC-6
LEMANS
66 $35.
Frigidaire Dryer Space Dr. HT
66 T BIRD 2 ,
Maroon, Auto-Trans., PS, R&H. Heater $10. 771 4462 after 4. $2250. THE APES"NAS
Loaded - -
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS Matinee "YOUNG WARRIORS" -
:
$1200. 771 3211 Ext. 208 (Day). .
65 PLYMONTH 2 DR, R& H
Consoles, some with AM/FM, HELP WANTEDJax starring James Durly
tape players. At dealers cost. 1962 MGA ROADSTERSExc. Navy Federal Credit Union A/T 6 Cyl. (GOOD TRANSPORTATION and Steve Carlson. Color drama. .
). - $595.
to liquidate stock. Full warranty 1 Cond., 771-7504 or NAS has several job openings. Good Call A. T. Madison Ext. 2431or ((93 mins.)

Phone 771 0409. Jax: Ext. 2909. typing ability required. ContactM. 384 1391. WE FINANCE! SUNDAY, August 24

J. Pilver, Asst. Mgr. Bldg
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE NA.S: "THE TOU ABLES"
COME SEE THE CUTE 3 BR 39. NAS Jax.
Houses & Apts. Equity VA & Home. It won't last long. Near WAITRESS WANTED!! starring Judy Huxtable and Ester

FHA resales. $100 down. Call school Exp. Neighborhood. 4616 1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD A/T Good pay, good hours. Call Anderson. Color pop farce. R/F

Power or Mills, USN Ret. 264- Homestead Rd. R&H A/C Red-line tires, 7,81 9818, Mrs. Goff 10 a.m. ((97 mins.)
2411 Orange Park Realty, Military white interiorexc. cond. $2495. 5 p.m. HOSPITAL: "HELLO DOWN
Free Notary.IN 3 SINGERS $25 THERE"ADS
Contact owner M. J. Pilver Bldg.
Sewing Machines. Left in storageat 39 NAS Jax. after 5:30 p.m. -
CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND 1606 Main Street. Excellent Call 774 0906.CONVENIENT .
Area. 5 Acres. 10 Acres & condition. Fully electric. Does make your

larger tracts, Terms 282 -5272or everything. Complete with at-
TO CECIL &JAX
282 5224.AUTOMOBILES. tachments. Yours for freight and
storage charges. Only $25 each NAS. Exceptlonaly nice 3 BR, shopping easier
2 Bath Den,Kitchen Equip.,Cen-
FURNISHED or'$8 per _month. Phone 353 -
tral Heat and Air Chain Link
East & West Coast. 353 3691.GEORGE'S 1946 night or day. Will deliver -
Fenced, Many extras FHA
no obligation.
Terms Call 387 2503 to see.
KENNELS NEAR NAS & CECIL2 Ed C. Philips realtor OPEN SUNDAY
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free
BR Eurn. Apt Swim. 942 Edgewood Avenue. -
pickup and! delivery Est. 1925,
Pool $75. 771 0348. .
5085 Edgewood Ct. (Near Cas-
sat and Edgewood) 389 0064. PART TIME HELP,MECANICAL
FOR 1'URN.3 BR HOUSE Ability needed prefer serviceman -

IN CLAY COUNTY Orange Park 5 min. to NAS, married, to work eves.

2 and 3 acre Ranchettes, paved will rent to TAD Personnel, or Morris Pure Oil Service Center.
and graded road frontage, $1450. Bachelors, TV, Linen, Uten 1536 Cassat Ave. Call 384 3360. 100% GUARANTEE

per lot & up, terms. Off. Ph. sils optional, A/C 264 6884.

282 5272 Home 282 5224. '66 PORSCHE 912/5 RED We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In -
pertIon. Then we tuned up, tightened and replaced everythingthat
PART TIME W/Black, 53,000 miles, Engine needed it. And guaranteed them l&o, for the repair or
Married' E 4 and above. Are just overhauled, many Extras, replacement of all major mechanical parts* for 30: day or 1000
VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS you having trouble making ends After 6 p.m. 389 3914 mile. Come on In and double check.
3 Br., 1 ,1 1/2 & 2 baths $100
meet? We can work your hoursin ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE
down as low as $65 month. Callus with your duty schedule. For PART-TIME MECHANIC ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
for up to date lists that will 264-6485 .
appointment
be mailed without obligation. Evenings preferred and Satur- 65 CHEV. / Ton Pickup $1195
VANSANDT REALTY-387-1213 days. Must own tools. ApplyIn
1969 SINGER ZIG ZAG SEWING'Machine ,
Cabinet model. Monograms person.ASTRO MOTORS 65 VW Sedan $1195Radio

'69 UNCLAIMED ZIG ZAG SEW- Blind'Hems, Makes But- 6566 Normandy Boulevard. & Heater

ING MACHINE Never used. tonholes. No attachments needed,
Sews on buttons, Makes buttonholes 5 Yr. Parts and Service. Unpaid 66 VW Sedan $1295Radio
Blind Hems Stitches,Mon- Balance $62.40 or terms avail- FURN. DUPLEX FOR RENT heater,
ogram, OvercastsNo attachment able. Call Capitol Sewing Ma 3804 Balancia Rd.; 2 BR. Lg. 65 MALIBU"SS" $1295 I
LR, Kit. Din. Yd.adjoinlngBoonPk.
necessary. Orig. Guarantee chine Credit Mgr. til 9 p.m. Air Cond., Steam heat,f urn. :2-Door Hardtop, V-8. Auto.trans., New paint, R&H.
BALANCE ONLY$29.17 orterms
388 0786.
available. Call Capitol Sewing Incl. utile & Linens. Avail. Now. 67 VW Sedan $1495Radio
Ideal 2 adults. Owner 3897852. .
Credit Mgr. 9 9 388-0786. & Heater.
BOAT FOR SALE -66 Thun-

FOR SALE BY.OWNER derbird Twin 40 Evinrude Elec. PHILIPPINO EMBROIDERED 67 PLYMOUTH Valiant $1495"Signet"

2 BR. Masonry home. Real nice, Start. Hydraulic Steering CoastGuard Cutwork linen banquet cloth, 12 4-Door Sedan, Auto trans., R&H.

Ideal location,Reasonable.Furn- Equipt. Electric winch napkins $125. 17 pc. pink 66 MUSTANG Convertible $1695
ished or unfurnished. Ph. trailer. 388 8805. 7448Green- linen cutwork place mat set $35.
V-8, Auto trans., Air Cond., R&H, Carousel Red, Black
765-3666 after 5:30 way Drive. 725 7366. Top.

66 VW Dlx. Sta. $1695
Wag.
1962 RAMBLER STA. WAGON GARAGE SALE Sewing Machines BEDROOM SUITE
Good Transportation. Call after Vacuum Cleaners Triple Chest Bookcase -Headboard -
6 PM, 264-2059. Stereo & Record Player. Ext. Spring & mattress7710190 68 VW Sedan. $1795
All like new 6437 Wilson Blvd. or 771-2494. Radio & Heater

'65 CORY AIR- CORSA 771 9106. f 67 VW Dlx. Sta.. Wag. $1895Radio

Spt. Coupe, $750 $200 Own. 1964 MGB, R&H, WIRE WHEELS
& Heater, Blue & White.
772-2561 or 264-6643. Low mile Outstanding cond.
FOR SALE GERMAN SHEP $1200. Call 781 3233. 67 VW SQUAREBACK $1995
HERD AKC Reg., Champ.
EXCELLENT CHILD CARE .
,
R&H Air Cond.
by Mature Mother. Phone Bloodline '1 Yr. Old Good

264-5893. w/children.771 3211 Contact Ext. 465.Harvy After Reid Auto.68 VALIANT Trains. 100 R&H.SIX Excellent CYL. 68 VW Karmann Ghia $2295

condition $1445. Call 388 6660. Radio & Heater, Air Cond. --
'69 ROADRUNNER A/COND., four Ext. 8224.

PS, Auto. trans., Bucket seats, OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
Mag. wheels, 2-toneblue&white. 1959 PORSCHE 1600 Super -
264-5669. Recently overhauled Excel. CAREER OPPORTUNITY

Cond. Call 264 6844. Businessmen's Assurance Co. WESTS
FOR SALE 19S9 HONDA 350SS desires ambitious males, married IDEVOLKSWAGEN

Assume payments, $36. mo. or NICE 4 ROOM UPPER APT. ages 25 45 for sales
$600. Call 26.4 4605. Unfurn. 517 Woodbine Ave. position in Duval County. Up

Elec. Kitchen $70 mo. EL 6- to $700 $800 salary during INC.

OIL PAINTING 7286. training with good opportunity to y

Relax In a tree shaded atmos- materially increase basic salary. 1150 Lane Ave. So. Phone 781-5511
phere, 12 lessons 2 hrs. long 3 MINS. NAS JAX Timuquana Ex. train. prog. & fringe bene ,

$30. Do your thing. Art as you Estate. Furri. Gar. Apt. Ideal for fits. Phone 3989422 or 398- Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6I PM
like it from the studio of Eve single adult. Utilities incl. $70 7550 for interview or write P.O.

Lynn, Call 771 0982. 384 6288. Box 5833 Jax, 32207.


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Ii Schedules This Week gulf! a

? :;: Club

t - - -- ----- - - ---- -
( ). Bluejackets Inn guaranteed at the FRA. Lunches can play the game of your choice
<, Appearing on stage tonight will 2 p.m. and the management invites day night disc jockey Al Albert ''J" a0v. ,:aY4nat d
ti \', be Messenger of the Masses. everyone to come out and will be there, playing the best
Tomorrow night's music will be bring a friend. Dance to the and latest records from 8 to 1J
provided by Phil Cay and the music of Jim Mann and the Good- p.m. -
Chantels. The (Hot Water Blues timers Sunday night when they '- $ \' i A
will be entertaining Friday, and appear on stage at the FRA. Sgt. ArringtonGets (
on Sunday night da nee to the sound USO Club
of the Camelots. The Celestial
Probe will be there Monday, and Hurry to the I ISO Off ice and July HonorSgt.
i Messenger of the Masses will sign upfortoday'scookout.There
return on Tuesday and Wednes will be free refreshments for all.
\ day. Don't miss the August "Sock" Raymond P. Arringtonhas
< CPO Club Dance tomorrow night. Sunday's been named Marine of the Month
free feature movie will the be for July by Maj. B. A. Greene,
Dine and dance to the music of "Kiss of Fire." Tuesday you commanding officer of the Marine
Tommy "C" tomorrow night, Barracks.Sgt. .
and don't miss Dave Plummer Arrington is only the fourth
when he appears on stage Satur- VW-4 Gains 9 Marine to be accorded the honor MAJ. MAURICE A. HOLDER, executive officer bids fare-
day. this year. well to GySgt. Gary Duchesne who has been ordered to West-
J Acey-Ducey Club Petty OfficersJax Maj. Greene, in the citation, Pac. Duchesne has served as a MAD Career Planner for the .
said Arrington's selection was past year and a half. He was presented a certificate of appreciation -
Entertainment for this weekend based on '"outstanding\ performance -
from the Marine Corps for his outstanding
;1 includes Mel Gad \\I tomor- -- VW-4 gained nine new of duty,personal appearance per-
formance of while local Marines.MADNews .
--- row night, Mark Castle on Sat- third class petty officers'Saturday. and conduct respect to both sub- duty counseling
< urday and the Eight Balls on ordinates and seniors and productive -
f Sunday. Certificates of advancement initiative."
Officers'ClubThe were presented by LCdr. L. F. Arrington was also cited for I I
Carpenter, acting commanding his efforts which Maj. Greene
Tommie Brooks Quartet officer of VW 4, in ceremonies said "greatly assisted in accomplishing -
will be appearing tomorrow night in the Hurricane Hunter han- the mission of this I
and on Saturday and Wednesday command." Twenty eight
Charlie Jay will bring his musicto gar.The new petty officers are JOS Arrington serves as sergeantof which Included
the Club's stage. R. C. Barber, ATN3J.C.Brown, the guard at the Marine Bar: team, stood
ADR3 J. R. Conley, ATN3 R. D. racks. sant volunteer
FRAA Hinman, ADR3 M. Rockwell, day night.
happy evening is always PH3 M. Rodenberg, ATN3: J.
Sanders, ATN3 P. Swierblewski AME3 Named
and ATN3 V. Touchet. Brady <
The advancements resulted

'= as- from the the newly successful implemented completionof Navy- Blue Jacket of the

: wide examination for third
r:1 '- class held in May.
0000000000FURNITURE Jax -- Patrol Squadron 1G AMEJ: T. P. Br,

............ '.... WAREHOUSE took time out from it busy schedule standing en1i;ted
r"" Direct from factory to you Tuesday to catch up on a- is so honored i
'
c(1'L: Compare: Quality wards presentations.Cdr. being selected by
R. 11. Schulze, commanding chief petty
.t Price
officer of the Eagles, pre AOC F. C. \
Cash & Carry
"I TJIMK yo YRE Rl6KT..T BLUC Corner Roosevelt & St. Johns sented the traditional plaque and F. E. Cage were
LINe OH T e MAP ISN'T A BOAT
APT8R ALL! Can you afford not to compare? personalized coffee mug to the Conduct Medals
flppllpspsusIlgssl July Blue Jacket of the Month, unblemished ;
t t the fourth such .
r. .t Browning.
Aircrewman wl
sented to ATC R.PAR"I
The Photo of the
a from Fleet Air
rape' sented to A03
:>- for the best o ,
,
o s e..aJyro graph Wing. by any

1fd Cdr. Schulze
ceremony by
tire squadron for

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I Lender's Lingo : How to Lose



Money Without Even Trying. S


Have you evcroJondered what and: pay a higher rate at the are added: on to the amount:
the loan Company personnel\ same time.Balances. you owe.
really mean when they explain : The large sum you Penalty: : The prepaid interest
their loan: y='temstoyolI? Here's still
owe after several monthly you don't get back if you pay
a little of what their lingo means.: payments. off a loan ahead of schedule.
Add on: You ask for $100 Low Service Charge: The store
and you immediately owe $lOG charges
you one and: a half each Eleven
(possibly more). month on the balance: maintained
Discount Interest: Yf-u! leave since last Christmas.
the place with $!1-!, bw you'll Low Down Payment: The .
repay the $100 you originally finance charges will probably PassExams
wanted.Six: be high
Per Cent: A standard term Time-Price Differential: A Tax -- Eleven air station
for true interest rates ranging\ name used for financing costs personnel successfully completed -
all the way from seven to 18 which are above the legal limit their courses and passedthe
percent, or even more. for Interest charges.Investigation examination that put them a I r-
Four Per Cent: Another wayto Fee: They tele- step further on the Navy's rate
state the same interest phone your neighbors and (it costs ladder.
charges, making them sound still you about $2, or more. Adding a stripe on August 13
lower. Extra Charges: When you lookat were AN Samuel II. Baucom, TN MRS. S.L. LEONARD is on hand to see her husband ATR2
Refinancing: Your golden opportunity the monthly payment, you for- Bonifacio D. Esmedia, TN JuanE. Leonard reenlisted by Cdr. C.I. Stratmann at VP-7. The re-up
to owe more money, get to notice how many of these Espino AN Patricia A. Fan- was for another five years.
M. Kam-
non, AN Jacqueline
rath, AN Robert S. Kisiday, SN
I FRA Auxiliary Meets Vicki Kruse, AN Fred G. Lawson Hail and Farewell ...
and AN Robert J. Thomas.
The members of Unit lH/ cus: recently held in Charleston: SN Jcnice L. Mitchell will join
Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet S. C. was given by Mrs. Kay the other three -stripers on Nov.
Reserve Association held theirmonthlybusinessmeetingAug.il Lancaster, Unit 91 delegate. Time At Club
Mrs. Lancaster added that the 1.Carts
at the Collins Road Clubhouse:> hospitality of the hostess club was Mowers
Mrs. Sara DeLack vicepre- ,
outstanding.The and fare- also of
11.
hail
Officers SupplyThe
Jax -- Royalskl
sident of the unit, was the pre-
officer. She welcomed the unit voted to help defray well for the month will be held station says farewell to
visitors siding and conducted the in expenses for those members going May Be Shipped August 28, at the Officers' Capt. L.W.Graves,Public Works
to the National Convention to Club from 6:30 to 10 p.m. officer. C.1pt.Graves willbere-
stallation of member,Mrs.
a new
be held in Norfolk Va., the first New officers being welcomed porting to the staff of CINCUS-
Fredolin Mueller. week in September. Mrs.Joseph Jax--Riding mowers golf aboard are CaptE. A.Grinstead, NAVEUR in London England.
Mrs. Kay Miller chairman of Pierotti Mrs. Thomas Feasterand carts snow blowers, garden supply officer, new Senior Chaplain LCdr. Ope,NAS Legal has been
the bake sale held during the recent snowmobiles and like
tractors
Mrs. Lancaster are making Capt. J. II. Carnes, Cdr. transferred to the ComFairJax
Branch 91 Bazaar, her that used in around
items
gave plans to attend with their hus- are or P.R. Falcone of Dental, LCdr. legal as assistant Staff Judge Ad-
of this She thanked the home for
report activity. bands. or personal rec- B. Hale of Air Operations,LCdr. vocate. Lt. W. Allen also of
all the ladies who donated reation classified house-
are as
L.C. Zilla of Supply Lt. Col- NAS Legal was transferred to
baked and their timeto After the hold and be
shipped
goods gave meeting adjourned goods can
lins of Medical, Lt. Connell also the Mayport Naval Station Legal
make this refreshments served within the member's weight allowance -
help project a were by of Air Operations, Lt. (jg j ) R.E. Office. Lt. W. A. Cantrell who
Mrs. Koschakand Mrs. provided the carrier
success.A Josephine Rathbun of Supply, and CWO 2 L. served at Air Operations will be
the Southeast Cau- will them. They must
Osborne.
report on Mary accept leaving active duty, but servingin
be thoroughly drained of oil and '
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SwimRecordsShattered;

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InJaxNavynvifafionaMeef/ ; ; / x.r

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Jax-- Kathleen Fitzpatrick of tanced her competition in the 100 Another Sax: girl swimmer,
the Navy Jax Swim Team con- yard butterfly, breast, and free, Kris Reeves, also took four first
tinued to dominate area compe- the 500 yard freestyle and a place awards in the 10 and under
tition in the two-day Navy Jax second place in the 200 yard division. She also picked up
Invitational Swim Meet held last back. two runner-up finishes; to win
weekend. Teammate Virginia Whitner six medals fortheweekend. Miss _
Miss Fitzpatrick, a potential earned four first place awards, Reeves won the 50 vard breast __
Olympic swimmer in the '72 including a new Florida AAU record and 100 yard free. Her seconds row.w .
games, opened the meet by cap- in the 11 and 12 year-old were in the 200 yard individual
turing four first place awards girls division by taking the medley and 50 yard backstroke.. T L'r
and a second on Saturday and 50 yard freestyle, 200 yard Individual The Jax team finished third in _
repeated with four more firsts .medley and the 100 yard the 20 team competition behind 6 Nf+" ns
and a second on Sunday. backstroke on Saturday and the winner Carraway Athletic Club NA
She was the class of the field 100 yard butterfly on Sunday. She and the Daytona Beach swim
the entire weekend by taking top also earned valuable team pointsby Association. Contributing to the
honors in the 200 yard breast, taking third in the 100 yard 642 points earned bypthe Jax
individual medley and freestyle, breast and freestyle. Her win- team were Robin O'Leary and
the 50 yard free and a second'in ning time in the 100 yard 'back Patti Milewski finishing second
the 100 yard backstroke on was 1:07.4 which is a new state and third in the 50 yard back- v t ,
Saturday. Sunday she outdis.c AAU record. stroke with O'Leary first and RzaA'J a

.'" __. Milewski third.
: Nickens of took
Clyde NJST f7W ,
first in the 11 and 12yearoldboys
i 100 yard backstroke and second !
4 fztI y in the 200 yard individual
Kg \'
r medley. In the girls 10 and under -
200 individual medley Robin r r 4 ( '
O'Leary placed fourth, and the : *
girls 15-17 50 yard freestyle _
Nancy Alexander was third and
Cherie Glaraton fourth. Miss
: :rif Alexander also thirdin
wkr i a'Y, tiE.y picked up
y ', ,( the 100 yard butterfly on Sunday -
t a i
Carl Kaniowsky took first in
the 15-17 boys 100 yard breast
y R stroke and Rick Kappelman earn-
F J i_ ed points in the 1517 boys 100
yard backstroke.Also .
adding to the team total
were Susan Fitzpatrick in the
girls 11-12 50 yard freestyle,
Sandy Terrazzano in the girls ph7r s
13-14 2CO!) yard individual( dley,
Eleanor Whitner 10 and under
girls 25 yard backstroke, Robert -
Smalling in he boys 11-12 SURF'S UP-JIm Schrader of VAP-62 rides his board in at
100 yard backstroke and Kathy Jacksonville Beach as he prepared for competition in the
Burnett in the womens open 200 East Coast Navy Surfing Championship.
yard freestyle.

ANOTHER WIN-Kathleen Fitzpatrick (left) discusses the Wayne Johnson finished thirdin Board
last the 11 and 12 boys 100 yard Jockeys Ready
event.in
which she just competed in the Jax Navy Invi- breast stroke.
tational Swim Meet last weekend.

NAS Ladies BowlingJax For Navy Surf Meet

..... .....................................
t! : Surf's, up! The cry that puts Representing VAP 62 and
t ". tt;' Ladies Be Better Dressed For Less -- The first meeting of the tingle in many a toe this:' NAS Jacksonville will be Jim
.. the NAS Ladies Invitational summer has reached the far Schrader and John Copeland.Both
Irnd Nine Samples Bowling League will be held Aug. shores of the Atlantic and the men have more than a year's experience -
:
: for the first in the and will
29 at 7 p.m. at the station bowl- Navy. Perhaps sport
ing lanes. time ever an obscure sport that be competing for the fir:: time.
i Ilolrses I Q Q 1Q i All ladies interested in bowlingon has ingulfed untold numbers, age Looking forward to the three day
Friday nights at 7:30 in this having no limitations, will be meet Schrader comments, thatit
winter handicap league are wel- recognized by the Navy this weekat is unique and gratifying that
: GET ONE rf 1740 HWY. 17 ORANGE PARK : come. the CINCLANTFLT Surfing the Navy is hosting the contest.

FREE! // Lingerie Cosuo// Cocktail : Anyone who cannot attend the Championships tobe held at Dam- "We have many young peopleIn
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............................................ for further details. and 29th. prising amount are be ing attracted -
to the sport everyday, 1 guess-
its the water." Schrader will
be calling on his past exper-
RETIRED ience in Miami, Fla., his home,
MILITARY
and CIVIL where he began surf in.


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Kinder, Brittle


Place in Top I r Bowling ScheduleMonday


Ten of All NavyJax

Aug..25, 6 p.m.
-- Jim Kinder
and Walt ,
Brittle of the Jax Navy golf team Lanes 1&2 AOMD vs Electrons
finished the All Navy Golf Tour- 3&4 FWF vs Trainers
nament in fourth and sixth place 5&6 X.Impulses vs Flap Jax # 2
respectively as competition end- 7&8 Hunters vs H'Cane Aces
ed Friday NAS Memphis. 9&10 Caduceus # 1 vs Mar. Bks. # 1
Brittle, competing in the Open 11 & 12 Red Darters 4; 1 vs Mar. Bks. #! 1
division, shot rounds of 77, 71, 13 & 14 Head Pins vs Round Five
74, 72 for a total 294 and eight
shots behind winner Larry
McAtee of NAS Oceana. Wednesday, Aug. 27, 6 p.m.
Following his opening round
77 Brittle was in 13th positionbut Lanes 1 & 2 Supply vs Sky Warriors
pulled his game together to 3 & 4 Pin Benders vs CPO's (VW 4))
move up after each following 5 & 6 Uncles vs Hurricanes
round. He missed being cho- 7&8 Seminoles vs Tars
sen to compete in the Interser- 9&10 Torp Tuners vs Non D's EAST COAST RUNNERS UP-Lt. Col. R.P. Eckmann dis.
vice Golf Championship weekat 11&12 Red Darters # 2 vs AOMD # 3 plays the runner up plaque that his team brought home from
Langley AFB, Va. by only 13 & 14 Chokers vs Caduceus #2 Cherry Point last week. The team finished behind Cherry
one shot. Point for the East Coast Softball championship in a ten team
Kinder, winner the two pre- tourney. Pictured are: (kneeling I to r) John McCorkle, Col.
vious weeks of the Sixth Naval Thursday, Aug. 28, 6 Eckmann, Les Carroll; (standing I to r) Skip Buckhalter,
.
District and South Atlantic Sen- p.m. Larry Helms, Pete Edwards, Jack Freeman, Mike Brown, Dan -: -
ior's championship, found the Lanes Tillerson, Harry Zilke, Rich Dobler
hostile his 1&2 Faid Folks vs Nav Fin Off and Mike McSherry.
shoot-
course to
ing rounds of 76, game 81, 80, 80 3&4 King Pins vs Faw Paws Team members not present for photo: Jodi Talley, Ron John-
for a 317 total. He finished far 5&6 Flap Jax # 1 vs Mar. Bks. 2 son, and Dwight Bingham.
back of winner Bill Scarbroughof 7&8 Foggy Five vs Red Darters # 2
9 & 10 NATTC # 17 vs AOMD # 2
with Keyport a 296.Nancy Wash. who was in 11&12 Chiefs #{ 1 vs Chiefs # 2 Get Rid of Those
Hollenbeck of NTC 13 & 14 Eagles vs Outcasts t&-MI"E
Great Lakes walked off with the
White
Women's title by 28 shots over Sport Shorts Elephants
her nearest rival. She was in
with a 348. ionship at Charleston, S. C.Sept. O)(
Jax -- The ComFairJax Soft- 8- 12.
Volleyball PlayersJax ball Tournament will start Mon- All games are scheduled for 4, .:
-- Personnel interestedin day evening at 6:30 with a second Mackroth Field.Officers :1
playing volleyball on the Jax game scheduled for 8:30.Enteredin
Navy Volleyball team are requested the tournament are VP 7, Wives BowlingThe W
to attend a meeting Mon- VP 45, VAP 62, and Com-
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I Kal's Korner
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By J03 Brent Kallestad, ,

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Special services reports that plete in Jacksonville with the noticeable -
plenty of tickets for the August absence of a profes -,
31 clash between ostonand Den sional baseball team. The city's 1
ver of the AFL in the Gator fathers hope to rectify this sit- 1
- : Bowl remainavallableat the ducat uation.
desk in building 704. 11& f 11&
They'll be sending their tick- 1
ets back at noon August 29. Looking back through the Naval '
Academy's annual football bro- j ;9b
1S
chure was an interesting experience .a'I' ,
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of footballs filling the Officer for the Bureau of
air -- children in the ex Personnel was an All, American a
change scoping out their 69 70 at the Academy in the early .
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