Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/01004
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
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System ID: UF00028307:01004

Full Text
Jax Answers Call for Help from Disaster Area


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PublmhMd bj the HulL Publ 111111 11II Comp wy.*prlvaU firm.Opinion. fiprvnnvd b, UUllluhll./a'| / -r wid urilrM .' l I I I I JaX""A friend in need is a friend indeed" and the people of (
tnilllwy\ dtiiivtmenu The appeuuc of ndverUiu-menU In,Kiln$ publlmllnn dm"nutcuniitllutuin <......,...
Jacksonville are doing their share in proving their
I and concern for those disaster: stricken victims of Hurricane
.Cam!lie. Groups and individuals from the Navy Jax Complex

and Jacksonville have been con-
/I i e;' tributing, collecting, sorting and their families since the hurri-
distributing food, clothing, wat- cane first hit.
er and medical supplies f for areas VP 45 also contributed to
in Louisiana, Mississippi and getting the much needed suppliesto
;: : :4 Alabama.The the victims of the storm. In .'
_ NAS Red Cross,the Navy three flights they airlifted tons of
Wives Club of America Jax ft 86 water, food and clothing. LCdr.J. .
and Patrol Squadrons 16 and 45 J. Plesur,squadron operations
L : 1 have been virtual work horsesin officer and plane commander for
the relief drive. Crew 30 said, "The destructionin

As clothing, and other supplies the disaster areas was unbelievable -
r- poured in to the air station from I've never seen
the Salvation' Army and drop- anything like it.'*
off points around the station the The American Red Cross has
members of the Wives' Club been named official Relief A -
worked long hours to get them gency for the disaster. An em-,
sorted and packed in boxes to be ergency fund campaign goal of
s Upit\r shipped to the hurricane's vic- $6 million was set at first by
tims. ARC Headquarters but this has
..tIIM The Red Cross on station had now been raised to $15 million.
received $1,000 as of Tuesday The Jacksonville Red Cross
1 j'f I WnA*! in monetary contributions, to be has been given a quota of
sent to and used to aid the thousand $43,000 to aid the victims. As
_: of homeless people. noted before, NAS Jacksonvillehas
# : ; With its bomb bay full of food accounted for $1,000 of this

and its cabin full of clothing,V P- quota.
16 flew four aircraft, each witha Latest figures from the disas-
load capacity of 3,300pounds, ter area show 66,200 families
to Kessler Air Force Base in the affected; 5,506 homes destroyed -
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'".w:,:.,...,..<.......< heart of the disaster stricken ; 12,409 homes with major
< I Mississippi Gulf Coast. damage; 24,227 homes with minor -
Crowded between stacks of damage; 895 mobile homes
TRUCKLOADS of food and clothing for victims of clothing, were a VP 16 officer destroyed; 361 mobile homes
a Patron 16 p. 3A for transportation to Salvation and an FAW 11 WAVE with major damage; 647 small
who had been unable to contact businesses destroyed or with
major damage; 366 farm build-
ings destroyed; and 452 farm
Enlisted Advisor buildings with major damage.
Much of the food clothing and
medical supplies from the Navy

Named for .Jax area is going to aid ship-
mates at the SeaBee Station in

Gulfport, Mississippi.
Recovery from the damage
Norfolk -- "I'm going to for use in fleet service
done and lives taken by the furyof
" actively seek out ways for Improvement .,'v-cations.. 2)I Camille will be a long process
so every man will The chief maybe conta but the people of Jacksonvillehave
feel a sense of Importance writing AVCM Albert T. answered the call for helpin
that's my ultimate goal. MCPO LANTFLT an overwhelming manner.
These words came from Albert CINCLANTFLT Hdqtrs.,
T. Johnson, the master chief folk, Va. 23511.VW4 .
avionics technician who was recently Legal ChiefCommended
selected as the Atlantic
Fleet's senior enlisted advisor.In .
his new assignment, Chief
Johnson will serve as a personallink From Int ,,
between the Atlantic Fleet ci/ / For ServiceJax
enlisted men and Adm. E. P.
Holmes, the commander in chief. -- YNC Ernest A. Nativi-
Chief Johnson is the first man dad, supervisor of the Processing -
to hold the billet and his job is Jax -- Hurricane Branch of the NAS Legal
patterned on the leading petty of- Weather Reconnaissance Division received a letter of
Four returned Friday
commendation from Capt. H. O.
the Naval Station Roosevelt
( Cutler, NAS commanding of -
Puerto Rico after
fleer, Aug. 18.
In operations

year's Project Stormfury. Cdr. R. E. Lee, staff judge
the Navy Wives Club of Amer.
Project Stormfury Is advocate of COMFAIRJAX, made
yob weather experimental ; of sorting and packing all of the presentation.
tion Involving the They worked long hours in
of Commerce ( of the clothing. The letter read in part: "You
.. Science Services are to be commended for your
tion) (ESSA) and i the outstanding performance, re -
of Defense. The {v R/ sourcefulness, attention to detail -
designed to explore the fi and for consistently demon-
ture and dynamics of I strating such Interest, enthusiasm -
al R Pr canes and tropical i and untiring devotionto
this case the project duty.

on hurricane "Debbie. The commendation said that
The Hurricane Hunters Natividad "rendered Invaluable
ployed four Super assistance during the recent
tion aircraft to the Naval
AVCM Johnson Implementation of the new Law
tion, Roosevelt Roads.
Center. "In spite of the attendant -
aircraft carried a crew 4-6 distractions of office
fire of the Navy program estab- Debbie was tracked by i ;v 5
4 moves, personnel shifts, con -
lished in 1967 His mission is
a total of 104 hours in struction and sickness of one
to listen to suggestions, ideas day period.
of your key workers, you redoubled -
and problems from the enlistedmen The Super Constellation ', efforts and
of the fleet, evaluate them, quely suited for .u. the your Branch kept
Processing operatingwith
and them on to Adm.Holmes. penetration at altitudes of "
its usual efficiency.
The chief will accompany the admiral feet and below. It has been .
on visits to fleet units.In to be the only military Natividad's cheerful disposi-
that has the capability to $ tion and willingness along with
addition, Chief Johnson withstand the extremely his individual initiative and
will personally report to the men characteristics of i\ .:.;e,%. actions vital to the success of
of the Atlantic Fleet twice a The squadron's aircraft the organization were other
month in a 'l new radio show call- responsible for factors stated in the letter.

ed "Outlook." The programs, measuring Debbie and in Capt. Cutler concluded the let-
produced in Norfolk, will be maintained command and ter by expressing the appreciation -
:;"ive minute discussions of signi- of all other aircraft of the command and extend-
ficant problems and will be sent in the operation.As : ing congratulations to the chief
to all Atlantic Fleet Armed Forces a part of Stormfury personnel unload food and yeoman who has been assignedto
Radio outlets. Transcriptsof at Keesler AFB in the heart of NAS Legal since December
the program will be available (Continued on Page ) Gulf coast. 1966.NAS .



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.._ ::_ Services
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Labor Day ObservanceInstead SUNDAY A1ASSii!) '(. l JJ a.m.

DAILY MA&11:30' :; a.m.

of a day to honor the working man,'as established 75 R Confessions:: will be held on
years ago, Labor Day has become just another time to get away Sund.1Y1 3:30: &:. 10:30: a.m.
from work. instead: of Saturday.U. .

As in the case of many of our other holiday observances, Labor

Day's true meaning has become obscured. Where once there were a S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
parades along the main streets of cities and towns in honor of the v Luke's Chapel

working man, about the only parade you can now see on Labor Dayis

the parade of cars jamming the highways, taking families to the SUNDAY MASS8:00' ()( a.m.
lakes, beaches and mountains for their last annual holiday fling. PROTESTANT II fP
This is unfortunate when you consider the tens of millions of SERVICES10:00
working men and women who have played a major role in making ,f

this nation the richest and most productive country in the;iorld.: \l' PROTESTANTAll
The past, present and future strength of this country is in the
Saints' Chapel,
J.. ._ ;

A FATHER WATCHES as daughter Lizabeth J. Teal receives
; : ; z the George Washington Honor Medal from Freedoms Foundation, SUNDAY

: Valley Forge, Penna., presented by RAdm. R.J. Stroh, Liza- Church Bldg.'fl: School 722 -,9:00' .. "a.m.. *

beth's essay was titled "A Free Ballot A Free Country". Junior Clnlrch -10:00: a.m.

The father, AXC Otis R. Teal, avionic maintenance chief, BldR. 722

Patuxent River, Md., was flown to NAS Jax by his squadron Divine Worship Service 10

.> VP-49 for this presentation. At far left in the picture is Com a.m. Bid*. <1/f 7.r>0

munications head LCdr. G.W. Loll. Episcopal Communion 8:30::

Small a.m. Chapel Bldn 750:
( DoD Aims
\/t to Help
.. l li Junior Youth Fellow.ship ft p.m..
1 / Bldg. 722

JfJ Each ServicemanIn TUESDAY
; PigS Senior choir Rchearsal-7 p.m.
/ 750
: Bldg.
-- ...- a message designed to enlighten the nation of the impor- THURSDAY'

multitudes of working people who produce the commodities and ser- tant value of the Department of Defense, Secretary of Defense Christian. Science Service -

vices essential to the growth and development of the nation. Melvin R. Laird wrote the following information on the De 8 p.m. Uldg. V 1750

We in the military have a special debt to the working man. In partment's goals. SUNDAY'

times of war and national emergency he has joined us in meetingthe Our nation was founded on the principle that the individual has Evening Worship 6 p.m.

threats of aggression, either by laying aside his tools and join infinite dignity and worth. The Department of Defense, which existsto Bid*. !*I 750
ing our ranks, or providing us with the essential supplies and equip- TUESDAY'
the nation and be
keep secure at peace, must always guided by .
Pentecostal Fellowship7p.m.Bid
ment to accomplish our mision.In this principle. In all that we do, we must show respecrfor the serviceman -
time of he has the of i 722
peace met challenges progress, supply- and
employee as a person,recognizing the individual
ing us with the latest and best weapons and equipment to deter the
needs and .
aspirations, capabilities.The
threat of world aggression.The \
American working men and servicemen are strong partners defense of the nation requires a well trained force, mili-

in making this the most progressive, safest and greatest nationin tary and civilian, regular and reserve. To provide such a force we TrafficViolations
the world. must increase the attractiveness of a career in Defense so that the
serviceman and the civilian employee will feel the highest pride in

himself and his work, in the uniform and the military profession.The .

Desire to Worship attainment of these goals requires that we strive .

To attract to the defense service people with ability, dedication, The following is a report of
A fourteen-year-old once wrote: and capacity for growth; motor vehicle accidents and traf-
Each time I pass a churchI
fic violations for
stop to make a visit, To provide opportunity for every one, military and civilian, the periodAugust -
So that when I'm carried in to rise to as high a level of responsibility as his talent and diligence 12 through August 18.

The Lord won't ask, "Who is'it?" will take him; This Number of' Accidents
week - - -G
Most folks remain the Lord until time of crisis *
strangers to a To make military and civilian Total
service in the Department of accidents this year through
and then must cry out to Him as a stranger. Defense a model of equal for
opportunity all regardless of race or August 18 - -359.
Faithful church attendance can add"a great deal to the life of creed or national origin, and to hold those who do business with the Number of accidents through

any individual. That is, it can add if the individual attends for Department to full compliance with the policy of equal employment August 1968 - 251.
the reason of a felt need and a desire to worship and commune opportunity; Total number of days since last
with God. It is not going to church that brings peace and confort To help each serviceman at the end of his service in his adJustment injury in a motor vehicle accident -
but the finding of God there. to civilian life; and - - 82
How about this couple? "Henry," said his wife at the Sunday Number of Violations
dinner table"did you notice the mink coat on the lady in frontof to improvement of our society, including its This
week - - -54
us in church today?" disadvantaged members, by greater utilization of our human and
Speeding ----------C
"No," confessed Henry, "Pm afraid I was dozing." physical of resources while maintaining full effectiveness in the performance Reckless Driving - -2
our mission.
"Humph! A lot of good the service did you I" primary Going through stop sign -3

There are those who say that they do not attend church since Other violations - -43

they can worship just as well wherever they might be, fishing, VW-4 (Continued from Page I) Thirty five drivers appeared

golfing or whathaveyou.One before the Traffic Hearing Board
man hearing this replied, "Coal in that mountain is as goodas on August 21. Disposition of the
that in your coal bin, but it is doing no one any good." bie was seeded with silver iodide ESSA supplied two aircraft to cases included the following:
crystals in an to alter
attempt the project. The facility flies eight' lost driving and parking

((1)) To provide an immediate the storm. The seeding was done DC 6 and C 54 aircraft. privileges aboard station for

QUESTIONS sealift capability to support approved by five A 6 Intruder aircraft The projects objectives are various periods; 19 were assigned -
contingency or generalwar from to achieve a better understand-
Attack Squadron 176 basedat to complete an eight hour
plans. ((2)) To plan for and ing, improve
the Naval Air Station, Oceana, prediction and examine course in rememdialdrivingonereceived ;
be capable of expansion in time
the possibility of
Va. 10
and modifying a suspension; were
of emergency. ((3)) To providesea
some aspects of these destructive
warnings; three were dis-
transportation for person The research flight facility of storms.
ANSWERSQ. nel'and cargoes. ((4)) To meet all missed
requirements,, other than trans
portation.Q. Dental Health
When was the Mili
Service How long does one Scheduling of appointments for
tary Transport es
tablished have to serve in Vietnam to eligible children for the NAS Pre- .JAX All NEWS

A. It was established 20 be eligible for the G.I. Bill ventive Dentistry Program begins -
A. Actual service in Vietnam
years ago when the Army Tuesday.
Transportation Service and the 1s not required for benefits un-

Naval Transportation Service der the G.I. Bill. The law re Eligible diidren are those The J JAX AIR NEWS' is a Civilian; Enterprise Newspaper distributed
quires 181 days' active duty after -
merged. whose sponsors birth month is each Thursday at the
Jan. 31, 1955.Q. U. S. Naval Air Station, Jack
September. sonville. rlorlda, by (the Holt Publishing. Company, a I priuatCfirm.
cowered How much doesa All
money Copy submitted for use in the JAN AW NliWS: 'must t
married veteran with no Children of active duty and retired he forwarded
to the
A. The entire world with major Public
children receive each month military personnel who Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville /
areas commands at New are by 12:00(}
: noon on '
the Bill Monday before /
on G.I. ? bonafide dependents between the publication. News
York, San Francisco, Yokohama
and Bremerhaven.Q. A. For full time training you ages of 6 and 23 will be eligible items are welcomed from all sources Telephone 772 .. HIS I
would receive $155 monthly if for treatment. or 111').

How many ships are you have one dependent.Q. .
involved in the MSTS Appointments may: be made Advertisements
by arc solicited!
Command I was retired from service the by the publisher! mud' queries,
last April because of sponsor or spouse at the concerning,. such should', be directed t to
A. More than 500. However, Dental Department Appointment ;
this includes ships from private entitled physical to disability.VA Am I Desk during normal working HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
owners chartered by MSTS to compensa 4747 San Juan
tion as well hours. At that time they will be Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210
their of
augment own fleet 152
A. You are prohibited to given a definite appointment and Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566
ships.Q. draw both compensations at the B
furnished, materials and instruc-
What is the mission same time, but you may electto tions. ?No tele appointments VOL. 27 NO. 23
of MSTS'lA. receive whichever of these AUGUST 28, 1969'Page.2 '
The mission is fourfold: benefits is the greater. will be made:



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Lifesavers Classes were full of

action this summer as they jumped -
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saving each other. Then listened

to Vicki Mills, top center, and
Photos by Ira Rubin -". Paul Nichols, top right, their

instructors and center photo,
practiced what they preached -
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I Busy V Month Ahead For Navy WivesAug. _

its summerclearancesaleofuni-
20 was a very important These two ladies bring the total forms. Uniforms available are
evening for the members of membership of Jax /# 86 to officers' and chiefs' dress __
Jax 86.
blues khaki and whites
enlisted -
A special film titled "LSD 100.The club's latest project is to white jumpers and pants, :
25" was shown and it was quitean help, in a joint effort with the and WAVES' uniforms. Hash
unpleasant trip it took us on. command, in a clothing, food and marks and rate patches are also v .
The film showed the frightening money drive to aid the victims of available. Fill up your seabagnow. > 1
effects of this terrible drug on Hurricane Camille. If any read- The Not New shop is run
the mind, our most precious pos- ers have any clothes, nonperishable by the Navy Wives Club Jax
session, during a so called hallucinatory food or monatary dona- /# 86 and the proceeds go to charity. t r,
experience. A lasting tion in any amount, please call It's open Tuesday and Thurs- kRa
impression was made onallpresent. Mrs. Bud Barnes, club presi day from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. ,
dent, at 384 3983. and the shop is located in the
The club was happy that a number Mrs. Barnes presented Mrs. Navy Relief building across from
of guests were present. The Wright with a check for the tuition the main exchange.
guests were Mrs. Donald Wright, of two students to attend the Wednesday there will be a notified -
administrator of Pine Castle school. Mrs. Wright then show- business meeting for the
School for the Retarded, Mrs. ed the club a number of interest- of the Na-
Louis Mallow, Miss Jerrie Shafer election delegates to
ing articles made by the stu tional Convention and the revision John D. Woodward I and AG2
Master Raymond Shafer dents such as surveyor's stakes TWO EACH--ADRC ( ), JosephW
'of by laws. Theriot both of each reenlisted for additionaltwo
Master Eddy Hannly, Mr.David ceramics and pocket books. (r), an
Havens, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Several important announce On Sept. 10 a Kidnap coffee years Aug. 20. Woodward is a 13-year veteran and Theriot
Badcock, Mr. Bud Barnes and ments were made at the meeting.The will be held at the ComptonHall has just completed his first four. LCdr. L.F. Carpenter, acting
Mr. Bill Howard. Not New Shop announces club house at 10 a.m. commanding officer of VW-4 administered the oaths.
Jax /# 86 happily initiated two
new members, Mrs. William S. __
Wiley and Mrs. Bill M. Petty. f -Th

Officers' Wives

Kick-Off DriveThe

Jacksonville Officers'
Wives Club begins its annual *
membership drive with a Kick *.
Off Coffee, Sept. 2, 10 a.m. ; ..
at the NAS Officers' Club.
RAdm. R. J. Stroh, com l rC '
mander Fleet Air Jacksonvilleis .
scheduled to be the guest .
speaker. The coffee will serveas
a welcome to new membersof L
the club and an introductionfor
all those officers' wives who
are interesting in joining. / \ r,)
The morning get togetherwill
also serve to honor depart-
ing past advisor to the club,

Turville Mrs. W.,C.presently Turville.commanding She and Capt Clay County SCHOOLS Serving BELLAIR

officer of the Naval Hospital
here, will be reporting to Beth-
esda Naval Hospital where the
captain will take command. ,
Reservations for the coffee are. MODERN,
must be made by Sept. 1 and
cancellations will be acceptedno
later than Sept. 2 For reservations I PROGRESSIVE
call Mary Jo Juelis, .
264 5646 or Lena Cush 264 -

from all of-
ficers'Representatives wives activities are invited !
to attend the coffee host- t _li
ed by VAP 62, VW 4 and I

FAETULANT. I I ORANGE PARK JR.-SR. HIGH JOWC i is in charge oft the Combined I I
Field Luncheon for this : :: k I
year and has scheduled a special I : :. !::. HAY PORT
luncheon to select models from NS
among the officers' wives. DOWNTOWN
The luncheon will be held Sept. U FIELD ca
28 at 1 p.m. in the Walnut Roomof -(
the Officers' Club. ;:)

The Combined Field Luncheonis 103rd. St. ...
scheduled for Oct. 1 in the
Terrace Room of the Thunder :;; u
bird Motel. Hairstyles, shoe _&
styles and fashions will highlightthe N CJ

Mrs.evening.Kit Otto of NARTU, 771- % /
1423, is ticket chairman. Reser- NAS Ax
vations are $3.25 a person and .
must be made by noon, Sept. 29. W. E. CHERRY ELEMENTARY Bryan LAI !
Jennings s- :
Elementary' -f -'-- I 195
CLIPPER CROSBY.SEACRAFT *] W.E. CherryElementary .


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August 28, 1969

Navy Jax Credit UnionAlreadyPracticesPolicy Air Station Gains

4 'Super' Chiefs


n Jax -- Four NAS chiefs are to
4 be congratulated for being selected -
Jax -- A newly issued DoD dards of fairness and truth in- for advancement to Senior
directive requiring that credit lending as stated in Public Law Chief Petty Officer.
unions extend equal service to all 90-321, and are subject to The advancements of three of
ranks and grades will have little administrative controls levied by the chiefs will become effective

effect on the Jax Navy Credit the Federal Government and/or Oct. 16: SKC R. E. New, second -
Union. state governments.It shift supervisor at the
Officials from the credit is also declared In the dir- Sup
unions here and at Cecil Field ective that commanding off ply Department; ATCJ.S.Oakes,
avionics division CPO at the Air-
state that it has always been their cers may use credit unions as
craft Maintenance Department
policy to give ron discriminatory valuable tools in developing con- ;
and ETC W. G.Nicholsonmaintenance
service to all military mem sumer education programs.The -
supervisor at the Ground
bers. Jax Navy Credit Union will
Control Unit of
Another requirement of the directive be joined by about 500 other credit Approach the
Communications .
is that credit union pro- unions now chartered to serve Department.MMC
vides free personal counselingto DoD personnel, In its policyof i I t r, Alton Williams,prisoner
all members in order to assist giving liberal loans with spe-. ". work supervisor at the NAS
them in budgeting and solving cial attention to the individual ."' \.,.- ._- ,Brig will.be advanced on April
money problems. The financial member. Unreasonable and out- 16, 19'10.
workers at the Jax Navy Credit of date rules restricting the NEW BOARDS-Newly appointed WO I J.M. Johnson has his
Union are always willing to attend size of loans are to be avoided, shoulder boards put in place by LCdr. W.E. Miller and Mrs. The Pacific Ocean, which cov-
to the individual monetary as are lengthy waiting periods.Of Johnson. The former AEI I of FAETULANT Det Jax will be ers one-third of the globe, is so
problems of its members, re special interest to per: working in the Nuclear Weapons Training Division of that huge that it could swallow the
gardless of the person's rank or sonnel in a non rated statusis command until I he receives further orders. seven continents, the National.
Geographic Society says.to
grade. the fact that credit unions
All credit unions are now directed will row give special attentionto
to comply with the stan- assisting military membersin Scouts Have Busy ScheduleJax I

pay grades E 1, E 2 and
E 3 who apply for loans for a
JAXVS GREATEST reasonable purpose. -- Boy Scout Troop 131 football games that the troop the meetings which are held
Credit unions that do not on board the air station is spon- will usher. The first one Is scheduled every Wednesday night at the
FURNITUREWHOLESALE comply with the equal service sored by NATTC and has recently for Sunday. Chapel Annex at 7 p.m. Several
policy will be acknowledged as been reorganized. Scout led- Court of Honor will be heldIn senior scouts in the troop haT e
discriminatory in nature and Inconsistent der Bill Juliar.'and his assistant mid September for those commented "We look forward to
with the goal of the Gerald Burgess, plan numerous meeting the requirements for ad- new boys coming out to meetings
credit union movement. activities for the remainder of vancement. That night will terminate and joinning up." Boys wishing to
PRICE TO EVERYONE August and into September. a month long scout join must be 11 years old. Fur
---- - -., Troop 131 brought home the scrapbook decorating contest.As ther information can be obtained

: I honors this week from the Musko- part of this project, the scouts by coming to meetings or by
OPEN s4,11 I PHONE. gee District Camporee held Fri!: were asked to decorate a note calling Bill Julian at 387 3929
EVERYDAY 3ee e535 : day, Saturday and Sunday at Camp book in the theme of scouting or on base at extension 3848.
Aden Powell near Melrose. using paper, wood, metals or New scouts who have joined
9-9 I I 1MJ(3( : Fourteen boys from the troop leather as the base material. since the first of June are: Steve

I took part in the all aquatic Parents are always welcome Hobba, Mike Moore, John Mc-
Iwya i3l 1249.1251 KING ST I sport competition. James Mor- Neely and Jim Pattillo Jr.
: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32204 I gan, a 15 year old troop instructor -
took first place in life-
SURPLUS GOODS I WANTED! saving. Tom Worsheski, Star &( ''C4t1nfl. ABSOLUTEAUCTION
I USED CAMERAS AND : Scout, placed first in the 50 -
DISCOUNT STORE I EQUIPMENT. WE PAY meter swim. Other awards included -

I TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 I second place in a canoe :80)
JOJ35 P-ach Blvd 724 2662 BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! I tug o war with James Mor- ( EVERY FRIDAY, 7:30: PM
-- -- - .. gan, Steve Habba, Pat Propst and
1 Tom Worsheski, a team. An- BANKRUPT STOCKSHome
Furnishings Clothing
other team taking second place
Sporting GoodsMusical
MASTERCHAROE Credit Card Honored was James Morgan, Pat Propst Photo Equipment Instrument
and Tom Worsheski in the swim

ROOSEVELT MALL Scoutmaster William Julian
commented that, "In spite of the / CO.

rain everyone had a good time. 307 Kingsley Ave. at llwy 17,
Other events were canoe bailing, ORANGE PARK
canoe jousting and a greased
I I watermelon race for beginner

swimmers. The program included 103rd & Blanding Center /
IIGCilNNINd IN JUNL"'! 'a campfire sing and skits per-

JUNE, JULY & AUGUST Only! Monday thru Saturday formed district. by all the troops in the 7717970PHONE / \

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Bluejackets Inn and club schedule there will be
dances tomorrow and Saturday :
Messenger of the Masses will night with music provided by a
be on stage tonight and tomorrow "surprise" band.Active sl
night the club will feature Phil

Cay and the Chantels. The Hot Duty '\ tlnI
Water Blues will be entertainingon l
Saturday and Sunday and on
Monday night Messenger of the ForeignCiffizensGranfedWaiver Y
Masses will be returning. Danceto JLi
the music of the popular Came-
lots on Tuesday and be sure to ,
be there Wednesday when the cub The residency requirement for .
presents the Four Clubs. foreign citizens applying for nat- .

CPO Club uralization may be waived if they a S 1 / k
have served honorably on active
Dance to the music of Mark duty in the U. S. Armed Forces .
Castle tomorrow night and don't during a period of armed con-
miss Mel Gaden's appearance at
the Chiefs' Club Saturday. flict.Alien members who have served -

Acey Ducey Club from Feb. 28, 1961 to the end
of the Vietnam hostilities are
Trip out to the Acey Ducey eligible for this waiver providedthat
Club tomorrow night for a special they enlist or reenlist in the
"hippy dance" featuring the United States Canal Zone ,A :S
music of the Family Por American Samoa Puerto Rico F
traits. On Saturday night Syd Guam Virgin Islands or Swains
Roberts will be appearing and Islands. A contract for exten-
on Sunday the club will presentthe sion of an enlistment will be accepted .
Eight Balls. as equivalent to reenlist-
FRAIt ment if it is signed and becomes Capt. Kennedy & Chief Welch
operative in the United States.
will be an exciting three The enlistment of reenlistmentmay ,.........---.,-.........-...........-....."...,,'"...'''...,.'''""'''..-..."'"'...IIMMM4M4M4MIMIINATTC ,..,,---.....---...--....-
day weekend at the FRA begin-
take place at any time;either
ning with a dance tomorrow night after the Viet-
before during or
On Sunday Jim Mann and the nam hostilities.For In The NewsJax
Goodtimers will appear on stage further information about

for your entertainment and beginning _.___. .__ ___._____. .
naturalization procedures con .._ ._.____ __ _.. MNINNMVI/N N Nw NwNwNN/NwNwMNNMNNwNNN1wNIN1/NNNN/NNNIN ''''''''''''' MMNIIwIwwN/1Nw1
at 10 a.m. Monday the office of the Immigration
tact the nearest By SN Pat WilliamsStar
club will feature a big Labor
DayBar-B-Q. and Naturalization Jax -- NATTC said farewell with Combat "V" the ordnance and electricity in
Come out during the week fora Service. Aug. 21. to retiring Chief Hos- Other awards that Chief Welch the Navy tick. They began their
good time and don't forget that pital Corpsman Allen D. Welch. has are the Navy Unit Commendation tour at Bldg. 503, the AE Elec-
lunches are served daily from 11 Capt. John E. Kennedy pre Combat Action Ribbon tronics phase. AE1 C. E. Fields
to 2 p.m. sented Chief Welch with a Let- Asiatic Pacific Medal World WarII and SSgt. F. W. Alford took the
uso New Location ter of Appreciation as membersof Victory Medal Viet Nam Ser boys through two of the electri-
Be at the USO tonight when his family looked on with visi- vice Medal with Fleet Marine city labs and into a classroom.AE1 .
there will be free refreshmentsfor ble pride. The chief was then Force Combat Operations In Fields gave a brief lecture
everyone. Tomorrow night piped over the side, and after the signa and Presidential Unit Ci- and a demonstration of how vol-
features a "Getting to Know You" ceremony was again congratulated tation. tages are increased and decreased -
Dance. Sunday's free feature by Capt. Kennedy and told to Later on in the day the NATTC by transformers. He also explained -
movie will be "Ferry to, Hong Laundry & Cleaners "keep studying. Medical Department held its own the importance of safetyin
Kong" beginning at 7 p.m. Play 11112 NORMANDY BLVD. Chief Welch who has put in farewell for one of its favorite electronics and how studentsare
the game of your choice Tuesdayand (Next to M & |If| Tavern) 26 years expressed his grati- diiefs. taught to be "sailors first
don't miss disc jockey Al "SPECIALIZING IN tude to the people with whom he Chief Welch his parents wife and AE's second".
' Albert on Wednesday when he ONLY THE BEST"Same has worked and told of his plansto Lena and their children all took From Bldg. 503 the Cadets
plays the latest and best records Operators-Doris & Charles remain in the Jacksonvillearea. part in the ceremony at Bldg. proceeded to the AE,hanger where
from 8 to 11 p.m.Officers. ONE DAY SERVICENO He plans to work he said 516. they were greeted by AVCM
EXTRA CHARGE in one of the local hospitals IIMC Ellis who is taking over Jacobs. There they split into
ClubIn probably Duval Medical Center. as leading chief presented Chief small groups and explored the
addition to the regular menu Chief Welch has four childrenat Welch with a gold-plated plaque.In aircraft mostly HC 4s, inside
home. One of them Michael addition there was a Letter of and out.
Welch attends AEClass School Appreciation which read in part: After a thorough going over of
here in NA TIC. He has one son, "A thanks for being a reliable the helicopters they moved on
Patrick serving in Viet Nam. friend to one and all in time of to the Aviation Ordnanceman
MATADOUAPARTMENTS Before he reported aboard need; A thanks for displaying School.
f NATTC in August 1968 Chief courage and leadership in mo- AOC V. Johnson became their
Welch was serving with the ments of stress; A thanks for a guide as he took them through the
3rd Marine Division inVietNam. moment of reprimand when we AO hanger. He explained a little
While there he submitted sug- became over confident at our bit about ordnance and ordnance-
: Phase II gestions which led to adoption posts; And last, but not at all men'sresponsibilities.'- There
by the Marine Corps of the Neil least a thanks for being Chief were AO classes in session and
ONLY 2'/i' MILES FROM Robertson Litter. This isanim- Welch..," the boys watched as students
proved methods of casualty . .
assembled and then
a bomb
MAS JAX MAIN GATE evacuation by hovering helicopter. The Franklin D. Roosevelt it on anA-4. put

For this Chief Welch has Squadron of the U. S. Naval Sea All during the tour the Sea
been recommended for a 3ronze Cadets Corps were treated witha Cadets watched closely and when

very interesting tour of AO asked questions answered in a
SINGLES and YOUNG MARRIEDS! and AE Schools in NATTC Aug. way that showed they were pretty

You've Asked for it... MMHWMHHHIMMHimimHMIHIIHmHimtlltllHHmiSHIPPING Sea Cadets all from the They were allowed to handle the
IN? Jacksonville area arrived by M 14 and M 16 rifles while
Now It's Ready For You! Have you been lookingfor bus to take a look at what makesKINDERGARTEN visiting AO Gun Phase III, and

furniture plants seemed especially fascinated by
LARGE I 1,2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments fro.m $143 mo. clothes, lawnmowers, r-------------... / the Mark II gun when told thatit
::%:::::*::.xxw: :::: :::::::::::::::::::::: FEATURIN I G::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::: etc. I. ""' ;";, I fires 70 rounds of 20mm ammoa
Come to the Largest I second.
Quality Furniture Individually controlled Garage Sale in Jax. Rounding up the tour in AO
Central Heat and I Bldg. 414 the.Cadets were shown
15 to 40 Sales
in I
Massive Closet Space Air Conditioning I II a film entitled "United States
one, under the Giant
Arriving. The film was about
Spacious Club Room for Fully Carpeted & Shed. I I the late President John F. Ken-
Parties & Entertainment Draped SHIPPING OUT? I nedy's visit to the USS Kitty
Come sell those unwanted Hawk.
items. 9:00: A.M. The 20 Cadets seemed to enjoy
We furnish 12:00: A.M.
Utilities included _i Furnished & I
Unfurnished location, tables and II Monday Through Friday the tour, and the man in chargeof
Club size pool with advertising for you. No I 771-4706 I II them LCdr. B. F. Macraeof
NARTU Jax his -
license appreciation
required for
Cabana at pool side I
casual sellers. DAY CARE to the NA TIC person
FREE Golf at private I nel involved. LCdr. Macrae said
Manager and social co Club Open every weekend 9 to 6. 6:00: A.M. 12:00: P.M. I II
Country that
the Sea Cadets Corps is a
ordinator on Located in 2600 Blk of N. I Monday Through Saturday I II
premises.... .. ... .... joint Navy Navy League pro-
:;:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:;::::::::;:;:::::::::::::;:i:;:::;:::::;::;:::::::: Edgewood at 20th St. I 771-7514 I gram that is nationwide. The FDR

Disposal & Snack Bar & Restroomsfor Venetia Terrace) Squadron has been in this area
Ultra-Modern Kitchens- ((iffi ., Range convenience.For since 1962.
Fully equipped with v Refrigerator your further info. Call Baptist Church I The Cadet Corps is open to boys
14 to 1'8. and each unit has an
768-7058 768--1793
74f HWY, 17 Sd-ORM6E PARIC-26448J5 781-9886 I 5284 I 118th I St. 32210 I IL average of from 40 to 80 boys.

--JNEAH! IAINMDCJI__ The tour was part of a two-week
: to summer active duty program.

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The oldest governor's mansion
Officers' Foundation flying: the United States flag is
>> the residence of Puerto Rico's
y sI governor in San Juan.

Requests AssistanceThs I J

Navy Marine Coast
to the fund may designate their
Guard 'Residence Foundation is gifts either for membership in
asking for voluntary contribu- the
Foundation at $25 per year or
tions from officers in grade 0- $500 for life or any amount for
4 and above to assist in the foundation's the general. fund or the endow- f@

purpose of establishing ment fund. All gifts and member- USN, Ret.INSURANCE.

a.n appropriate residence for the ship fees are tax deductible.All ,
needy widows of officers in the checks, orders andINVESTMENTS
money ,etc. .
sea services.Foundation should be made payable to \1- -.-'-. -. .
The completed its @l
Inc. and mailed to
first retirement residence, Vin- the following address: ffSI
son Hall, in June 1969 with the
of $5 million FHA Navy Marine Coast Guard Residence Zl Financial Estate Planning
help a guar- Foundation, Inc. -' i
anteed loan. Located near Mc- Building 59 U. S. ( Insurance Programs
Naval Observatory f///
Lean, Va., Vinson Hall will be the Washington, D. C. A 1 sAio wA wE'RE OUT Of A.f.C. : 1 I Mutual FundsASSOCIATED
home of many officers' widows, 20JW; J WITH
mothers, mothers in law, JOHN B. STOUDEMIRE

and retired officers themselves.A pound Energy of the released sun would by just keep one a ADS THOUSAND FLETCHER RIVERSIDE BUILDINOONE AVE.

majority of the residents will kitchen stove going with all I I PHONE 355-3487

pay their own way:however,about burners on for several hundred make shopping easier EVENINGS 264-6335
25 per cent of the widows at years, National Geographic says.
Vinson Hall will need financial r-- --- I

assistance.The .....'\ .
Foundation is also requesting ,: {

donations for the purpose -
of paying for the large off-

site" costs of Vinson Hall suchas

equipping the infirmary, pro-

viding connections to county sew p 1
ers and supplying other items Atlantic ( O

that lie outside the FHA mort-

gage guarantee.
Officers wishing to contribute



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Page 10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER August 28, 1969

consecutive bouts during the sea- ed to play under rules set on but suffered a bit on the diamond
CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUPSMC son's opener Thursday and will the field by Cdr. Craig and the when the chief's pitching sent
I be known henceforth as the 'top presence of the Reserve Officers him down the strike out route
George BlackburnCPO dogs.' Mike Falcon led VA -44's who, It is understood.: were required three times.
assault with a 571 series and to remain until the game Volleyball:
finished first in individuals high was finished, the chief would have
Softball: members will be engaged in'oth- series for the three games. shut out the Officers entirely.As There will be a meeting con-
The Chief's Softball team continued er activities.' They have pro- Close on Falcon's heels was Al it was, they scored four runs to cerning volleyball at the station
V to roll along, so far still mised to start the games earlier Waller of VA -174's Razorbacks.He the Chiefs 17. gym Tuesday, September 2 at
undefeated. Last week the old next season. As well as enteran finished with a 552 series, One interesting highlite of the 10:30 a.m. All personnel attached -
men downed the Royal New Zea- intra mural team. short of Waller's score for a contest was the presentation ofa to Cecil Field and supporting -
land Air Force 15 to 6. This Bowling series, but did capture first spotin red jacket to the boss of the squadrons interested in
was a warm up contest for the : individual high game with a AMD Station Softball Champs. participating with the Cecil all -
Chiefs who later took on the Next week the AFTERBURNERwill Ellison was also recently WMBR star team are encouraged to at-
Super Lambs of WPDQ ( a rematch carry an account of the 214.The summer league Champs, best blooming boss of the day
). Bowling Leagues which started the Plumbers, got off to a slow tend.,1'V
After two innings, the Super Tuesday. Tonight 12 teams kick start in Thursday's action as
Nothings under the trembling off the Thursday night league for they passively dropped three to
hand of Tom Adams saw again this Season. The Plumbers, Operations. Here are the standings .
the wrath of the steel armed famous from the Softball season, : 9 "vln.' I x" .
Chiefs as they found them will be defending the champion- VA-44 40
selves on the losing end; and ship against AMD, NAMTD, and VA-1741 3 1
we dare them to say it was close: ADMIN (Snoopy is practicing OPS 3 1
Chiefs 20 and WPDQ 5. right now watch out!) ADMIN/BEQ 3 1
This Friday, the old men will Gridders and Bowlers:' VA-1743 3 1
take on the Cecil CommissaryStore VA 45 22
known as the 'meat pack- The Cecil Field Intra mural NAMTD ## 1 22 .
ers', who have said they will bowling teams have started. As Dental '"' 1 3 !
make hamburger out of the old yet, there are no reports on FAETU V 1 3
men. Better watch how they use last Tuesday's action but the NAMTD ## 2 r 13 E
'h their bats, Chiefs. Anyway,there'I" week before on Thursday the National AMD 1 3 _______
will be no return games with the League kicked off the new ADMIN 0 4
; 'Packers' so they best make the season. The acid pen will haveto j
; first one count. apologize for the references Football:
a This will probably be the last made about the stingless, punch-
\ game for the old men this sea- less hornets of VA '44 duringthe The first two games of the intra -

\ son since winter sports are Softball season. The Horn- mural season were kick- I _ _
nearly upon us and the'team ets knocked off ADMIN in four ed off Monday evening when VA- :T-
174 met ADMIN and the Marines __
tangled with VA 45. z .xL
Don Jackson an all Navy
.. Men Wanted NOWTO touch footballer now with VA-
174, was influential in the defeat -
of the ADMIN 'Blue Up -
top money in this fast moving action packed field.
starts' 30 8. What more canbe
Insurance Investigators are urgently needed to settle to
claims worth billions of dollars annually. The tremendous
increase of auto accidents alone have doubled the need of said.The Duty section of the Marine
qualified adjusters. INSURANCE ADJUSTERS SCHOOLS trains
you at home in your spare time and offers Resident Training Barracks showed that they will
or VEGAS have a power house of a team Ytr
----------- ------
wide employment assistance.
I | INSURANCE ADJUSTERS SCHOOLS Dept. H I Write for FREE informationI again this year as they easily i s <
j 1M1 N.W. 7 Street Miami. FU. 33123Plem today!
I I put down VA 45 12 to 0. Interceptions -
I Name I Accredited Member N.H S.C. plagued the 'Black-
1 I Address _1 birds' all evening,and though they .
I moved the ball well, the 'Corner L.jl .
I j I City State Pyle' defense was a little too

I I -____ __ ____ much.


I IJ J Ah yes, who could forget the
J Chiefs? This time it was the CONSIDERING THE WEATHER-Mary Stillson of Ontario,
( AMD Chiefs against the AMD Officers Canada sure doesn't want to be without her umbrella. Miss
1 led by Cdr. Neil Graig Stillson posed for Photographer's Mate First Class Gerald
%1I. and LCdr. Ellison. Had it not Burgess on a sunny day which managed to sneak in betweenthe
...." 1 been for the chiefs being requir- rain the area has had lately.SBob's .

fe : Oak Hill make yourshopping easier

ta.e.ee.e e.esse e eaee+eeele r
Pure Service CenterOpen 1 I

,I 1 M 1

for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.

Leave time? Get ant road service pick up & delivery 1MOTORS

: y mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars ;
r:,: HFC Traveloan

103rd & Jammes Road 1 P-L-E-N-T-Y 1
771 -9156 Jacksonville Florida 1 Used VW's II

. ;. Deciding where to go on your leave is easy. Reasonable 1I

I t Deciding how you'll pay for it may be more diffi STATE INSPECTED
t : cult. We think An HFC Traveloan
we can help. i M BBM MB CARS
'; will cash to travel Premium High Performance 1
give you cover every expense. ------.---
Later, you can repay HFC'in convenient monthly 165 FALCON. $740 1
amounts. Household helps more service.people POL VESTERFIBERGLASS 1 2Dr., A/C, A/T,

every year than any other company of its kind. TIRE CO. 1 R&H. I

Shouldn't you include an HFC Traveloan in your 65 MUSTANG. $675 I
leave plans? 1 2Dr. Hardtop, V-8 II
A/T, New Tag. I
1 . . . .. . . . . CM YOUR BELTED TIRE .1 64 DODGE. . $640 I

: Need up to 6OO? BANKAMERICARD 40,000 MILE GUARANTEE 1 "Dart" 2Dr. Hard1
I top 6-cyl., stick
;, . . . . .*. . . . .sftr churge F.70or 249S / 6 I R&H. I

.; Apply for your loan by phone, F-78x4| F.E.T. I 64 TEMPEST. $640 I
NINIMNINM/IMNNN,11/1, I clean. I

f r V I 64 CHEVY I 11.$640 I
; :
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE We finance anyone from Seaman to Admiral I 2Dr., 6 Cyl. A/T.

lIG( ) ....even Civilians! 1 64 VALIANT. $540 II
..m..MHI WINM 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 WE UNDERSELL ALL I a. -- fff.IS I

Cedar Hills Shopping Center Department Stores Company Stores and Independent Tire Dealers I I We Buy-Sell-Finance I I

3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 6015 BLANDING BLVD 771-3442 :6566 Normandy:

(Across from the House of Bargains
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541
.' 5444 Normandy Blvd. 786-0721 I Boulevard I
Penman Plaza Center 2809 Mayport Road 246-4825 I
1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone Shopping : 246-6421 "NN-m H... .---..-.....".-..."......._.""_............".."'.....'......'"//....."'...........,.."'._............_._ I 781 4978r 1

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August 28, 1969 ---- .

Movie Barbara Perkins. Color Drama.
A/VG (122mins.)


MONDAY, September I

will be shown
Ads should be mailed to the Edward Everett Horton
Holt starring
Publishing Company 4747 San Juan the NAS Theater at 7:30
florida, 32210, to arrive not later following p.m. and Thomas. Color
than Tuesday publication Terry satire.
for the Thursday.
Ads arriving There will also be a kiddie mat-
publisher is ?smiJ/oih"iiJadAIIILWl"? be published the following week unless the inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a R/F ((80 mins.)
be received I I or money< order for the full cost of the ad must HOSPITAL: "VALLEY OF
WITH the copy for the ad regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- THE DOLLS"
day and holidays.

Do Not Send CashRate The Hospital Theater willhaveone TUESDAY September 2
nightly feature at 7 p.m.
Cecil Field will have two nightly :
: Minimum. charge ((3 lines Paul Newman and.
).$2.00 shows during the week at 5:30 George Kennedy. Color drama.
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be
Per additional shown on weekends at 2 and 5p.m. AF/E (129 mins.)
((4 words per line). 0.50 HOSPITAL: "2,000 YEARS
THURSDAY August 28
WEDNESDAY September 3


Married ,E 4 and above. Are 2 BR. Masonry home. Real nice, Pwr. Seats, PW, 23,000 miles, PY" starring Dan Rowan, Dick GIRLS" starring Elvis Presleyand
you having trouble making ends Ideal locatlon,Reasonable.Furnished $795. 5713 Adair Cir. 771 Martin and Carol Lynley. Color Marilyn Mason. Color come-
meet? We can work your hoursin i or unfurnished. Ph. 6588. comedy. G/G ((91 mins.) dy. GG(104( mins.)
with your duty schedule. For 765-3666 after 5:30 HOSPITAL: "A MINUTE TO HOSPITAL: "COOL HAND

appointment 264-6485 FOR RENT TRAILER LOT PRAY, A SECOND TO DIE" star- LUKE"

'60 BUICK CONV. 1 Acre Well water. 10 mi.S. ring Alex Cord, Arthur Kennedyand
AUTO AIR CONDITIONING New Top & Tires. 8-4 pm Ext. of NAS 264 2739. Robert Ryan. Color wes-
Window units & central units:: 3067, after 5 264-5452. tern. AM/G ((103 mins.) MEN! 2 A l ..j,
service & repaired, Tylers DIAL TOM CAVINESS I FRIDAY, August 29
Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 '63 IMPALA 4 DR. SEDAN If you would like to becomE. a
Palmer Ave.'Lake Shore) 388 Fact. Air A/T PS NAS: "GUNSOFNAVARONE"starring
Orig. Up- Disc Jockey, Newscaster or
5161. hoIst. Carpeting front & rear. nouncer. A recorded messageby Gregory Peck and David
This vintate model has body in Tom Caviness tells you how. Niven. Color adventure. G/E
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Exc. Cond. $750. 389-6785. Ph. 353 4834. ((157 mins.)
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean HOSPITAL: "THE MALTESE

modern trailers & Apts. 389: GARAGE SALE Sewing Ma- PART TIME HELD WANTED- BIPPY"

:3007. chines Vacuum Cleaners 11 AM 4 P.M. No. experience SATURDAY, August 30
Stereo & Record Player. Ext. BURGER CHEF 6238103rd St.
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS All like new 6437 Wilson Blvd. NAS: "HOW TO COMMIT

Consoles, some with AM/FM, 771 9106. 1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD, A/T, MARRIAGE" starring Jackie 3 i '
tape players. At dealers cost. R & H, A/C, Red-line tires, Gleason, Jane Wyman, Bob Hope it
to liquidate stock. Full warranty! white interior, exc. cond. $2495. and Tina Louise. Color comedy.
Phone 771 0409. CORSA AM/F ((98 mins.) 4r
Contact owner M.J. Pilver,Bldg.
$750 $200
Spt. Coupe, Dwn. NAVARONE"
772-2561 or 264-6643. 39 NAS Jax Credit Union. 5:30 1 t K
p.m. Call 744 0906.
Houses( & Apts. Equity VA &. CAREER OPPORTUNITY SUNDAY August 31
FHA resales. $100 down. Call Businessmen's Assurance Co. FOR SALE ACROSS FROM YOU CALL% THAT I PING"

Power or Mills, USN Ret. 264- desires ambitious males, mar- NAS Jax, 3 BR, 2 B, Brick NAS: "VALLEY OF THE A GIRL OUT TO

2411 Orange Park Realty, Mili- ried, ages 25 45 for sales home, Low dwn. pymt., $121.85 DOLLS" starring Patty Duke and
tary Free Notary. position in Duval County. Up Orange Park Realty 264 -
to $700 $800 salary during 2411. II I
training with good opportunity to
Area. [5) Acres.- Acres & materially increase basic salary. OPEN SUNDAY

larger tracts, Terms 282 -5272: Ex. train prog.\ & fringe bene WATERFRONT LOTS
or 282 5224.AUTOMOBILES. fits. Phone 398- 9422 or 398- High wooded, perfect for re -
tirement and around living.
write P.O. year
7550 for interview or
Easy terms Mobile Homes Wel-
FURNISHED Box 5833: Jax, :32207.
- East & West Coast.: 353 ::3691.GEORGE'S comed 1 Mile East of Lake
Ashbury on 209. Also new restricted -
sub division near com-
KENNELS Range (Elect.) clean. $70. Call 100% GUARANTEEWe
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free 264-5977. pletion. Contact LaKue 725-

pickup and delivery Est. 1925: 3992.
gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance( -
5085: Edgewood Ct. (Near Cas- FOR SALE-44" x 85" up potion. Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everythingthat
sat and Edgewood) :389 0064. FEMALE PART TIME Res- needed It. And guaranteed them loO% for the repair or
Pool Table Very good
complete. taurant Must be 21 Call for replacement of all major mechanical parts for JO days or 1000
condition. Value $130, sacrificeat 389 321C. miles. Come on in and double check.
IN CLAY COUNTY appointment.
$45. Call 264-5977.
2 and :3 acre Ranchettes, paved ENGINE TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE
and graded road frontage, $1450. 65 VW $895 '67 CAMARO
per lot & up, terms. Off. Ph. $1750. Excel. Cond. 398-5877. We help NAVY Quick MoveIn 66 DODGE DART $1095
first! .Courteous
282 5272 Home 282 5224. Call us 2-Door, R&H,

Limited vacancies SCHOOL available in SILLAY REALTY COMPANY 65 CHEV. /2 Ton Pickup $1195
Sacred Heart Catholic School -
3 Br., 1,11/2 & 2 baths: $100 105th & Blanding. Kindergarten 65 VW Sedan $1195Radio
down as low as' $65 month. Callus through 8th Grade. Call 771-0092. LARGE LOT, 4 BR, 2 3/2 Baths, & Heater
for up to date lists that will Fireplace, Double Grage 5736

be mailed without obligation. 67 COUGAR A/C,A/T Adair Cir. 771 6588. f.6o.y.w.Sedan $1295

VANSANDT REALTY-387-121.: : PS, Vinyl top Console. See "'C6 LEMANS O1IC-6 CONVT,

before buying now. 387-1714. after Maroon, Auto-Trans., PS, R&H. 67 VW Sedan $1495

STEREO CONSOLE $67 4 pm. $2150. $1200. 771 3211 Ext. 208 (Day). Radio & Heater

. Take up payments on :J mourn
old beautiful :stereo::; console: like 1960 VW SEDANEx. WALKING DISTANCE OF 67 PLYMOUTH Valiant $1495"Signet"

new. 4 Speed record changer- Cond. New Paint. $395. Call SCHOOLS 3 large bedrooms 4-Door Sedan, Auto trans., R&H.
combination radio. Balance due 772-2114 or 771-5338. 2 bath, 2 Utility rooms, Fla.

:$67 or $8 per month. Phone 353-, room fenced in backyard. $135. 66 CHEV. Impala $16952Door

19-16!} night or day. Will deliver '67 HONDA 00 CC mo 1 yrs. lease required. Call H.T., V-8, Auto trans., PS PB Air Cond.
no: obligation. A -1 Music $110. Call 264-4456. 384 5593.
Center 1606 Main Street. DDDDDaCCaCQCCDaaQaO 66 MUSTANG Convertible $1695
V-8, Auto trans., Air Cond., R&H Carousel Red, Black
FOR RENT FlffiN. 3 BR HOUSE Cruising. Must be seen.Recently Top.

Orange Park, ;5) min. to NAS, I> pulled Ray, inspected Allphin,, painted.Ext. 324-NAS Contact HONDAMotors 66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1695
will rent to TAD Personnel, or
Bachelors, TV, Linen, Uten Cecil. & Cycles Co. 68 VW Sedan $1795Radio
sils optional, A/C 264 6884.

68 or 69 Rambler American Station 4949 Blanding 771.8244ooooooOooGoQooQoQo 67 VW SQUAREBACK $1995
FOR RENT: Wagon 199 Cu. Inc. 6 Cyl.,
Trailer 2 BRS. $80 month. R&H, Air Cond.
per 4 Spd. or 3 Spd. W/Overdrive. ,
Phone: 771-6908. Contact Captain Posthuma Ext. 68 VW Karmann Ghia $2295

UNFURNISHED 2 BR. 3313. After 5 7720588. TEXACO INC. r.adlo & Heater, Air Cond. :(' '_

Murray Hill. $65( Mo. Compl. CLEAN 3 RMS & BATH OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
Redecorated. Avail. Now. 771- Adults only. Just rightfor couple. Dealerships Available

2877 389-4275. 3231 Phyllis St.FOR. 4230 Ortega Blvd.

:i t SINGERS: $25Sewing SALE 1919 Blanding Blvd.
Machines. Left in storageat Live crabs & Fresh fish. Wil- 1-95 & Baymeadow Rd.

1606 Main Street. Excellent ford Fish Camp. 264-9707. FINANCIAl;' ASSISTANCE
condition. Fully electric. Does TRAINING WITH PAY INC.
everything. Complete with at- ADVERTISING' AND! .
tachment Yours Lane Ave. So. Phone 781-5511
storage charge*. Only $2;' eachor Female Minature Schnauzer-Vicinity Call 353-5736 ,

$8 per month. Phone 'i-Vi: : : Cecil Golf Course Black Or Write P.O. Box 3702 Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM
1'l4ti night or day. Will deliver and Grey Cropped ears-Beard Jacksonville Fla.
771 3211 Ext. 8302 or Ext.261.
no obligation.


,. 1969-------1

I Something for Everybody at NAS Special Services

By Christy Lorentzen
Jax -- Fishing,swimming,rId- Special Services Office is the trailers, gas lanterns and stoves, r I
ing and sailing. These are only headquarters for all NAS recrea- cots, coolers, and sport gear can _
samples of the wide variety of tion. Under the direction of Special be obtained from the Gear Issue
recreational activities availableto Services Officer Joseph A. Room, also located in that build-
military personnel and their Fields and Leading Chief MMC ing.
dependents through NAS Special L. Brown, it operates to supplythe Arts to CarsIf
Services. base with an assortment of
Located in Building 704, the recreational facilities and equippt" you are interested in ex -

., .,' ,. '" ,. < tM..... '- .,, > panding your artistic talents, visit -
," > .
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1k i"'*" '<''" Y.j *"<, I<> : "'\ "' .. "it : ,, the base hobby shop
,< .. ''I;":' ,".: ',: .' \;<><,, '" "$ Special Services offers cera -
<" > -.j< '
,'; i.: :> : :' :>' mics, painting, woodwork,photography -
: : ::.1\ and leatherwork. Car enthusiasts 'Na DN'
will find that the auto
hobby shop provides all the necessary -

: tools and materials for
auto repair and maintenance.And .

,' ,, after completing your car re tSlb Pw
Y 1 pairs, you can enjoy thrillingslot
> car races on the large track
rr: located above the hobby shop.
., You don't need to travel off
,' ,"' .:' base to enjoy an afternoon pic-
nic in beautiful surroundings,
t ,,, complete with picnic tables, Yap
u V fishing, barbecue pits, slides and swings. Four picnic areas "
are available here on station, -.,'.<<<"<. ,..
'" 9
two of which may be reservedfor "
private get togethers by Jllhf : :;
making arrangements with the :; p !
Special Services Office. i

EEi W4NEKIf ENGINE TROUBLE can be easily remedied by taking advan-
radio broadcasting carries tage of the tools and equipment available at the automotive
your interest, you will be gladto hobby shop in Building 896-B.
A FLYING LEAP and a cool touchdown bring welcome relief know that an amateur radio
from the summer sun as this youngster plunges into one of club (call letters W4NEK) meet mately 368 yards to the lap anda and includes a driving range, a
the air station's pools.RECAPS. bi weekly here on station, and 100 yard straightway, is clubhouse and a snack bar.
provides all necessary receiv- available for track meets. E -
Staff of I ISO
WF ing and sending equipment for quipment may be acquired from
c : Tickets to nearly all events at '
amateur wave bands. Further Special Services. The Special Services staff pre-
.IT1reCc the Jacksonville Coliseum and information about the club canbe Movies never fail to be a favorite sently consists of about 150 full
/1NNNNNNNMINNNMNNI. : .... ->. I II Civic chased Auditorium there often may be consid-pur gained by calling the Radio source of entertainment time and part time employees.Both .
at a Shack at extension 3524. and Special Services has not military personnel and civilian -
I erably reduced rate. Fishing Sports fans are always free to neglected to supply the two thea- work at operating and
rods and reels, firearms, camp enjoy themselves at any of the ters with the best and latest maintaining the recreation facilities -
00000000000000000000FURNITURE numerous athletic fields which shows. Tape recorded movie aboard this station.
WAREHOUSE are maintained by the Jax Navy schedules for both the Hospitaland Special Services is financed
:95 Direct from factory to you Recreation Division. Softball Mainside theaters can be primarily by non appropriatedfunds
}: Compare: Quality fields, basketball and tennis heard by dialing extension 2858.Readers' from the Navy Exchange
CALL Price courts, football fields and hand- complex, and receives about
771-9934 ball courts are open for your DelightA $40,000 monthly in combined
Cash &
I Corner( Roosevelt Carry& St. Johns convenience, and a few may be wide selection of both prac- funds from the exchange and local -
l 6324 BLAND/NG/ BLVD Can you afford not to compare? held by reservations. A hard tical and entertaining literature operations.
3OOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOO surface oval track, approxi- awaits your discovery at the three According to Fields,future developments -
N/MINNMMNNINNINM/NWNNNNNW/NNNWI/N/NNNNMNI/ libraries aboard station. Theyare may consist of a new
well stocked with fiction and hobby shop and a field house
': .... non fiction,technical and scientific which would accommodate both
"-. books, poetry, humor, and a intramural and varsity basket-
variety of current magazines and ball games and contain an indoor
hometown newspapers. swimming pool.
Capture a western atmosphere Projects already underway
ILtm in Florida surroundings by visit- include, the $40,000 golf course
ing the stables located on Child fairway renovation and $3,000
St., toward the hospital area. worth of new auto shop equipment
1 III h } -J Fire horses and scenic riding including an engine test cen -
tl trials are there for all to en- ter and a motor analyzer. Three
1 ,. V' joy at a nominal fee. new sailboats are due to arrive
I The ever popular sport of soon as the Sailing Club's latest
bowling can be readily enjoyedat addition.
the 16 lane bowling alley
Ut !1flllLfluITi. located on Gillis St., in Build- Facilities for You
< r __ ing 609. A pro shop and snack
bar are there for all kegler's Special Services offers almost
convenience, and there are intramural unlimited recreation opportunities -
N i leagues open to militarymen to NAS personnel, and it is
Ill -r and women. to your advantage to use and
Links benefit by the facilities it pro
1 vides. For further details and
4 Perhaps the finest recreation information, contact the Special
:: <
i j facility at NAS Is,the 18 hole Services Office by dialing ex -
R S $ r f golf course situated on MustinRd. tension 3122 between 8 a.m.
.,3p.aqC' Open daily from 8:30: a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The Special
\ Ii 111111 to sunset, the course offers an Services personnel will be gladto
enjoyable pastime to military answer any questions you may
personnel and their dependents have about recreation activities.
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Four Generations

Carrolls Keep Navy --L -

Supplied with HelpJax J

-- When Stephen G. Carroll
Then Frank Carroll, Stephen's
was employed by civil service grandfather, worked in Pensacolaas
recently, an interesting fact a shipfitter. Frank Carroll'sson F 1
developed about his family .MFzFH
tree. Patrick Carroll came to '
Stephen is the fourth generationof NARF here in Jacksonville,
the Carroll family to be em- working as an electrician. Now, 1k :
ployed by civil service.It his son Stephen is an electrican
started with Stephen's great mechanic apprentice in his first
grandfathers, Peter F. Carroll year
and Cambridge A. ,Fields. Peter Peter Carroll the grandfather V
Carroll worked on the security had brothers John Carroll and y.r / _
force at Pensacola, while Cam William Carroll, who each served -
bridge Fields was a shipfitterin at least 20 years in civil ser-
the )Brookyln Navy Yard. vice. In addition, Patrick Car-
roll's brothers served as civilian > r -4tflj..:,

New JobsAnnounced employees; George F. Carrolla
supervisory inspector at NAS
Corpus Christi, Frank A. Car-
roll, an aircraft mechanic, Mel-
vin Carroll, an aircraft metal b
smith, Robert E. Carroll, a Pen-
sacola warehouseman and JohnA.
Jax -- Merit promotion op Carroll an engineering aid.
portunities currently open for The family's four civil service
receipt of applications are list- employee generations have over
ed below. Applications for the 270 years of service to the gov-
positions shown in the following ernment. '
group will be accepted from car- Stephen's decision to apply for
eer or career conditional em- civil service came partly from
ployees of the air station, Naval influence by his father. He also Patrick Carroll and son, Steven
Air Rework Facility, Naval Air scored high on the civil service
Reserve Training Unit, Fleet Air examinations that are difficult to
Jacksonville, Fleet Aviation pass. Stephen will be studyingin Affirmative Action Plan Gives
Electronic Training Unit Atlan- the apprentice program for
tic, Det. Jax Naval Hospital, about seven months before working -
Navy Commissary Stores, Navy at NARF.
Recruiting, Disease Vector Con- Worker Complaint ProceduresJax
trop Center, Regional Storage Applications for the position
Management Office, and Fleet below will be accepted from car-
Weather Facility at any time: eer or career conditional em- -- (Editor's Note: In employment who believes that he study.
ployees of naval and Marine an article last week, the sta has been discriminated against ROCMM assigns an investi-
MPB No. 79 69 Electronics Corps activities in the Sixth tion's Affirmative Action Plan because of the above reasons may gator from another activity who
Mechanic, 80 69 A/C Elec- Naval District until Sept. 17. for Equal Opportunity Em file a complaint. will make a thorough check into
tronics Worker, 81- 69 Accounts MPB No. 123 69 Budget ployment was discussed. Com- Organizational the matter. Upon completionof
Analyst GS 7 and GS 9. under the the the file and
Maintenance Clerk GS 4, 82- plaint procedures newly investigation,
69 Planner & Estimator (Pub- Applications for the follow- released policy will be outlines complaint may also be filed findings will be made availableto
lic Works Structures), 85- ing position will be accepted only in the following article.) by an organization for the aggrieved the commanding officer and ..' .
69 A/C Instrument Mechanic, from persons who have career Procedures for processing person with his con the complainant.
84 69 A/C Instrument Worker career conditional appoint complaints of discrimination on sent. Processing of a complaintnow After the commanding officer
85 69 A/C Electrician, ments in the federal service, grounds of race, color, religion, requires that the aggrived and the complainant have each
86 69 Clerk (Stenographer) of all federal agencies nation sex, or national origin have four first discuss the matter with an had time to review the file, an
GS 4, 87 69 Clerk (Typ- wide until Sept. 22. basic objectives: equal employment opportunity attempt will be made to inform
ist) GS 3 and GS 4, 88 MPB No. 120 69 Electric 1. To provide maximum opportunity consellor who will informally ally resolve the complaint.If .
69 Electronics Mechanic (A/C Accounting Machine Supervisor for informal resolutionof attempt to resolve the com- the complaint is solved, the
Systems), 89 69 Electronics GS-5. problems which might resultin plaint. written terms are filed and a copy
Mechanic (Maintenance), 90-69 Applications must be career or complaints. The counsellor will have 15 is provided to the complainantand
Machinist and 69A/CElec-- career conditional employees 2. To provide an independent work days to attempt to resolvethe the matter is ended.
trical Worker. of the federal government. investigation of the facts wherea matter. If the aggrived'' is However, should the com -
Forms 171 for these formal is after final inter- be unsatisfied he
Also, MPB No. 92-69 Plan- Application complaint lodged. unsatisfied a plainant still ,
ner & Estimator (Public Works positions should be filed with 3. To guarantee a fair and impartial view with the counsellor, he than has seven calendar days to re -
Electrical Systems), 93-69 the Civilian Personnel Depart hearing by a trained appeals has 15 calendar days to file a quest a hearing and a subsequent
Industrial Tractor Operator, ment, Box 22, NAS Ja&c. examiner when.a hearing is formal written complaint with decision of the director of equal
94 69 Apprentice (First Year), For further information regarding required. the commanding officer.Investigation. employment opportunity. He may
96 69 Statistical AssistantGS these positions, ,see the 4. To speed up the active also request a decision without a
5 97-69 Accounting copies of the bulletins or an complaint process. hearing.If .
noun T11Pnt n. on cv; I) ?O. Any employee or applicant for When the commanding officer
Technician GS 4, 101 69 ........
A/C Metalsmith, 102 69 Auto- receives a formal complaint, he the complainant fails to replyin
motive Mechanic (Body & Fender forwards a copy to the Navy'sdIrector seven calendar days, the com-
), 103 69 Clerk Dictating ? g :: i of equal employment manding officer will advise the
Machine Transcriber GS 4, opportunity in Washington. He complainant in writing that the
also notified ROCMM in Jax and previously proposed dispositionwill
104 69 Supervisory Supply
from the coun- become the final Department -
69 requests a report
Technician GS 8, 105 -
sellor involved in the complaint of the Navy discision.A .
Secretary (Steno) GS 5, 107 I
69 Card Punch Operator GS 2 "
and GS 3,108 69 Messenger
-2andGS-3, 110 69 REMINDER:
Production Controller GS 7,
111 69 Planner & Estimator
(Sheetmetal Worker), 112 69 -o -

Electrical Accounting Machine 1II Take Your Copy of the
Operator GS 3,114 69 Pipe- \
cover and Insulator, 115 60 .> AIR flEWS/AFTERBURNER
Plasterer and 119 69 Military Home With You.
Personnel Clerk GS 4. II r '
Help Your Family
Applications for the follow- (M M -

ing positions will be acceptedat Keep Up ..
any time from career or With What's Going On -r
career employees of the same
organizations as listed in the
first group of openings. However -f_
off date for WWi
the first cut Y
establishing the registers for s CLUB SCHEDULES WOMEN'S CLUB ACTIVITIES

each position follows the job

MPB No. 117 69 Sheet A RETIREMENT WATCH marks the end of 24 years of civil
metal Worker 9-2-69, 118- service work for Thomas A. Holt. Presenting him with the JAS AIR. NEWSAugust .....
69 Refreigeration and Air Con- watch in the retirement ceremony is Capt. L.W. Graves, Pub-
dition Mechanic! 0 2 69, lic Works Officer, Mr. Holt was with the Public Works Depart- ,
121 69 Boiler Tender 9 3 "
fi9, -and 122 69 Plumber 9- ment, and has settled near a river bank to enjoy his favorite IAFTEIiIJIRlIER
8-69. sport of fishing.


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I YP-45 Names Red Darter of Month for August $Z

/I Jax -- ATN2 Raymond T.Hawthorne Hawthorne, a native ot Bloom- rent maintenance duties in June. Aircrewman Certificates to ADJ1 a.B .
of the VP 45 Avionics field Ky., f joined theNavyinJanuary He received the Red Darter W. E. Dixon, and RM2 M. T.
I Shop has been named August Red 1967 and reported to VP- title for his performance of duty Hayo. Their new wings were
Darter of the Month. 45 In July of that year. He and military bearing. The award pinned on by their respective
The award was presented dur- served as an aircrewman on Red carries with it 48 hours of spe- plane commanders, Lt. F. A.
ing a ceremony conducted by Darter Crew 23 during the squad cial liberty and a squadron plaque Lehardy and Cdr. Saunders.
former Commandh Officer,Cdr ron's recent WestPac deploy- among other privileges. Good Conduct Medals were a-
W. Saunders.. ment transfering to his cur- Other awards presented were warded to AVCM. S. W. Pierce
-,-...._ II1 ((6th), AZ1 R. L. Brooks ((4th),
and AWl J. H. Roper, Jr., ((2nd)
AW3 D. L. Kappen received his
A first air medal for strike flights .

.". against the enemy in Vietnamand ,
: AE2 D. J. McKinney received ..
......fa ,,
; the Navy Unit Com- "1 "
mendation awarded for ser '; ; ;J:
I vice with his previous command,

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Jax -- Recruitment of new volunteers -
!\., .
for the Naval Hospitalwill
go into full swing next month Third Class

T according to Mrs. James Heft,
chairman of volunteers.A .
new training class has been Exam Set
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11 : : : : II health woman, over whether or age civilian 18 military and may in apply good dependent For Nov. 4The

...... ;D>0' ........ by telephoning the Hospital Red for
increased need
:::: B It LLi2k: :: .:::.: Cross at 772 2218 before Navy's
:...:... _0 ,. : 0 ,... ::.:,:. Sept. 5.Volunteers. qualified petty officers has resulted -
trained by Red -in the quarterly adminis-
tration of officer third class
Cross are needed to render ser- petty
vices to patients and to insure examinations.Since
,m! 2 and 3 BEDROOM FAMILYAPARTMENTS [ efficient operation of this medi- May, examinations have
been authorized for AugustNov-
cal facility, according to Capt.W.
C. Turville, commanding officerof ember, February and May.
I the Naval Hospital. The next P03 test will be administered -
r4 Capt. Turville and other ranking Tuesday, Nov. 4. A
i administrative and medi- waiver of the service in pay-
IL I cal officers will participate in grade requirement may be obtained -
instruction to the volunteer class by eligible personnel in
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secutive days, Monday through the upcoming Navy wide ex-
Thursday from 9 a.m. till noon. amination.For .
Only by this
completing course
further details cehck with
may a woman serve as a Red
the ESO.
.' '.." Cross volunteer in clinics or
'" :.:: : wards. She is reqired to workat

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,\ and purchase her own uniform. Buy US.Sa....Bowl ft FrwAM Sktm
Volunteer activities are sche -
duled only during the workingday

Blanding Blvd. (State Rd. 21)) at Bellair Shopping Center evening; there hours.are: no openings for the

Trained volunteers who have
completed the Red Cross course,
whether here or at another in -
stallation, are urged to sign
J up at this Naval Hospital where
their required.services' are immediately ;






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-- Will it be Navy over Jax Air News will offer its
y ; -- The Athlete Department Army? Can Ohio State repeatin readers a chance to put their"x"
: ), :. 1iiJj is, again issuing a plea for men the Big Ten? Who will you behind their team in its second
: interested in officiating touch pick in the Florida Georgiatilt annual "You Pick Um" con-
football games this fall. The intramural ?
games are played Mon- These are only a few of the week for 10 weeks duringthe
day through Thursday at 4 p.m. hundreds of college games that football season the sports
and will go until mid Novem- will be on tab this fall and the page of the Air News will list
the eight toughest college games
Se.'r ber.Athletic Director Frank Mc- and two pro games for the com-
Caffrey conducts a pre season ing weekend and all the prog-
rules clinic for all officials explaining The nosticators can have a go at
: L. the entire touch foot choosing their favorites. Weekly
;; ball system and the changes added face that's winners will receive a prize don
since last year for veteran ated by Dick Holt of Holt Pub
4i_ referees. Officials are paid for launcheda lishing Co., publisher of the Afterburner -
their time and Its a good way to and Air News. The
pick up extra money if you know thousand person who wins the most oftenor
the game of football. Interested ends the season with the best
personnel should contact the record will be declared the champion -
Athletic Department at Ext.3239. trips. and be rewarded for his fore-

Ladies Golf !t ..:'_ .. 4II8t
The Naval Air Station

... Commissary Store will be
J ax--The NAS Jax Ladies M. .. closed Tuesday, Sept. 2 In
a Golf Association will holdan ..t.'t:y.l'"' ''',' observance of? Labor Day.
w4w s
pr organizational coffee ry.;
meeting to make plans for

the winter golf season, Fri ., :
day, Sept. 5, at 9:30: a.m. .' -
at the Candlelight. Inter- ...
THAT TIME AGAIN-Footballs are in the air again across the ested golfers planning on Take stock in America
country and the start of the intramural season is only a few joining the association Iuy UA s..w.,.B.. ..fa A Fri..Aim*,,... IAALb:2
should attend. The
days away at NAS Jax. The season is capped with the East cost
75 cents.
Coast Navy Championship Nov. 17. Jax Navy is the defending
champion. Pistol Team

Jax..C mpetltion in the Fall The Gods
IM Football Opener Pistol League will start Mon- AIR BASE smite

day, Sept. 8. All team cap- on those
tains are requested to attenda PAWN SHOPNEW who live
Nears for Jax Teams meeting tomorrow, Aug. 29, OWNERS at the
at the Armory at I 11 I a.m. E TIKI
Jax -- The start of the 1969 they can make it back to back rwt... slrn
intramural football season is still titles and they seem to have the When passing another car, remember MONEY TO LOAN ofJAxonUS17ORANGE
undecided but according to Ath- horses to back it up. The big- that it is moving too. ALSO PURCHASE PARK
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The late start this season is dueto VAP 62 to their title but also
certain undecided teams that took Jax Navy to the East Coast LOW TAXES ETC. MEANS. .
would participate in the compe- championship. Jackson will be LOW RENT, .
tition which makes arranging a calling signals for Cecil Field
schedule difficult. A present 13 this season.
teams are slated to knock headsin The intramural schedule will LOW OVERHEADIIAT
a season that will have each break for the ComFairJax
team playing about ten games. championship near the end of YOU'RE THE WINNER,
The teams will be divided into October to be followed by the CLAY
two leagues as usual, seven and CinCLantFlt title battle and then BECAUSE LOW OPERATING EXPENSE MEANS LOW OVERHEAD AND AT..
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Defending intramural champion Creek Va. Nov. 17, 1969 PLYMOUTH CUSTOM
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FairJax MeetJax

; Aha Sunday is the date of have a chance. Ha I Altho must
: the AFL exhibition tilt betweenthe admit that most Jax Air News
Denver Broncos and Boston's staffers don't know much about -- It took five innings before -
Patriotsya got your ticketsyet football -- any team could score but
? Special Services sends back It is also noteworthy to pointout the "Red Darters" of VP-45
their leftovers tomorrow at that Jax Air News publisherDick broke loose for three runs in
noon -- better hurry! Holt once again backs this their half of the fifth to break r
We're gonna start the 1969 annual contest which begins its the deadlock and coasted onfrom
"You Pick Um" contest in the second year in three weeks.Holt, there to win the first game of
,September 18 issue of Jax Air contributed the seasonwinner'sprize the ComFairJax Softball Tour -
News. The selections will be last year as he will this nament 7 to 0 over VAP 62
for 20's and Monday night.
September games year and you can rest assured
must be in no later than Friday your efforts will be rewarded Neither Don Stewart of VP45or
noon September 19. should you be fortunate enoughto Don Colvin of VAP 62
The prizes will be com win. yielded a hit until the fifth but
parable to last year's. Weekly one walk, an error and a singleby '.." a .
'- ,
winners attended the JacksonvilleQuarterback We'll have additional Wo on George Parker of the Dart ,'..r.'.;;$!f!" 4':lrj.; "'k\-!\'"'"
Club at the expenseof the upcoming contest in the next ers brought home three runs andit .i"k">>(t '
members and the readers down the r.vi.t; <. J> 4f' '
.. its yearly two issues so stay prepared was enough damage to .
': winner, Charles Potter of FAETU . Vappers. N4fVPISTOL 1\\: Ui'>
in 68, picked up a beautiful Daz enuff for 'dis week VP-45 added four insuranceruns .--
trophy desk set with an electric gotta go get primed for the big in the sixth on only two hits CHAMPs--Capt. H.O. Cutler presents the NAS Intra-
clock, pens, etc. Guess we oughta pro game Sunday see you but another walk and an error mural Pistol Championship for the summer league to A.G.
'ft.. ., rig it this year and maybe I'll all Thursday wrapped it up for Stewart who Kotze. Kotze and his teammates finished the season with a
gave up only two hits in seven 10-0 record in competition. Members of the team in the background
innings. The big southpaw not- are R.L. Dunn, L.C. Jones, and D.H. Hause.DON'T .
ched 12 strikeouts.
i 'tttro With only three teams enter- (
ed in the tournament VP 7 -l-- BUY ACLOSEOUT
drew a bye to advance in the #
winner's bracket of the tourney '69 MODEL
and was slated to meet VP 45
: C Tuesday night on Mackroth Field CAR JUST TO SAVE
; K Full details were not availableat
press time but VP 45 packed -
t''S up another win 12 to 0 MONEY
and forced a playoff betweenVP-
7 and VAP 62 in the loser's
bracket Wednesday. The tourna-
ment continues with the champ- ,:;
ionship game on tab tonight at t
f 6:30 with the possibility of a
r e
: doubleheader depending on the
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outcome of the first game. Get the car you
The tournament is run on a
SPRING LINKS CHAMPS-LCdr. W.E.Miller, OinC of FAETU, double elimination basis with the
accepts the first place trophy for the NAS Jax Spring intra- winner qualifying to advance to REALLYWANT
mural golf league from team captain TDI| Fagan. FAETU will the CincCLantFlt Softball Cham-
be back to defend their title in the fall competition which will oionship Sept.. 8 at Charleston,
be starting soon on the Jax links. S. C.

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