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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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WAVE Barracks A and! B Now in Commission--At Last


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3. Jax Themonumentaltask is of this work force? It was the way from home.
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: done. But not without a bit of
moving of the WAVES from Bar- The moving began Friday
:, : '
effort from the
; ', :.," ; air station'sWAVES racks 710 and 723 to I newly re morning with trucks from Pub-
!
,,< \ <, > ",' .,-<>-1','." ,yo! the Public Works Department novated Barracks A and B. lic Works carrying the collectionof
.':'; ': -/' ,,.. "#'ri \>f; : : and one Women's MastY'l Renovations now completed trunks, televisions suitcasesand
a'4' < er at Arms. the women of NAS Jax havean other items from one bar-
': .. What project required the user entirely different home a- racks to the other. Many of the

\a girls transported theirowngoods
T"CSl in private vehicles.
PKY r
\: LIBRARY PNC Ruth Burleson WAVE

k ,j,.",,>' ..:. ,.' d e1 of I master at arms had the
;
''I'.' FLA. HISTORY I hectic task of seeing that every-
;
: 'S .. ., thing went as planned and that a
j > \ ,.; of
,: state organized confusion did
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not take over.
mT 91 1A Chief Burleson directed and
loaded and unloaded and directed -
F and little by little the girls
_.
/, ;, themselves took over and set
y .w. ,' : '. ,
-y "c. 'iF' about putting their things in or-

", ...,. ,,.:., r I der.The main desk of the barracksis
located in Barracks A. To
1 '
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:1.
>. ,J ,',: # O p the right is the main lounge where
t t the WAVES will be able to entertain
guests. To the left is
the dorm area. A passageway
_ k. S 1 s iSS connects the two barracks.

4 The rooms house either two,
55 three of four girls. New car-
pets, beds, and closets are an
," 1 enhancing factor in each room.
.: Air conditioning central heat-
II. ing are two other benefits of the
t;
new barracks.
> 1 What do the WAVES think of
: their new home?
RJ I "I love it! If I just had some
time to rest in it," said a tired

F-v..w. w R1xa AZ3 Carol Edgerly."A .
Out of the old ... ... and into the new. big improvement definitely -
a step forward." stated
AZ3 Sue Elliot.
OliverIs "It's nice!I", proclaimed ETN3
Liz Teal.
The girls also commented on
August the brighter decor and more
pleasing atmosphere. The air -
} S. conditioning runs high on their
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Published by till Holt PublliNni Company s pdeue Urm. Opinion t>_a.eeI.by till publisher and orltcra hertln., lists of advantages along with the
tnlliurj department. *thttr own and not to b*considered in o f rt I c 1 1.1 tiprtulon of
The ppeemice of idvtrtlieiiienU ta Uilt any ServicemanJax
publication doe not
constitute in endorsement ofsnjr fact that they this barracksto
military department cl the product or service advertised. expect
VOL. 27 NO. 24
US.HAYAI.AlRSTUIOH.tlACICSOHYILU.FL/ : DA SEPTEMBER 4VW4's 1969 be a lot quiet r.

-- A first class petty Other good points at least for
officer at the NATTC Galley NAS WAVES, is that the move
Aircraft Now Have Laser Beam here has been selected as the puts them closer to the exchange
August Serviceman of the Month dining hall and clubs. NATTC
-- CSl Gilbert L. Oliver 36, WAVES may not share the same
by joz Lance spicer body. times ,a> second This action is a native of Jacksonville and views on, this matter since they

VW-4 Public Affairs The beam is "bounced" off activates. a tape and specffo -' has" served as petty' officer in are 'a t little Jurther?... ....*away. ",; .,/tJ fromtheirjobrnov ,.'i';.,
Jax -- Using alaserbeammaysound the surface of the water 10 million (See VW-4 Page 2)) charge of the butcher shop and .
like something out of a refrigerated spaces at the NAT- Miss Elliot summed up theov-
Buck Rogers comic strip but TC Galley since reporting ver all feelings of the WAVES
for the Hurricane Hunters of Capt.Lewis Be New aboard in April 1968.In by saying "It's a very livable

Weather Reconnaissance Squadron a letter nominating him for place."
Four (VW 4)) it's a the monthly title Capt. R. E.
reality.A Hospital CommanderJax Grinstead Supply officer gave
laser beam is being installed an account of how Oliver vol- Cumshaw Wagon
in one of VW '- 4's WC- unterred to assume difficult,ad
121N Super Constellation air, -- The Naval Hospital June 1942 during the time he wasa ditional responsibilities in March
craft. It will be used in Pro- change of command will be held senior student at Guilford College 1968 when refrigeration diffi- From SeaBeeTo

ject Hurricane Waves to accur- Wednesday on'the hospital N. C., and just prior to culties resulted in the centrali-
ately measure wave height within ,grounds when Capt. William C. entering Duke University to obtain zation of the NAS and NATTC
hurricanes.Wave Turville will be relieved by his Doctor of Medicine butcher shops. GulfportJax
height has been measured Capt. Charles W. Lewis, at 1:30 degree. During this time his extra tasks
before by lasers. but they p.m.RAdm. Then in 1945 he became a included maintaining inventory -- Dave Williams a Sea-
have never been measured withina Frank T. Norris assistant Lt. (jg) in the Medical Corps. placing advance orders and pre- Bee presently stationed at
hurricane. chief of Bureau of Medicine The captain has served at Nor- paring meat for issue to NASGalley NATTC Jax, started his own
Robert Guthrie, oceanographer and Surgery Personnel and folk Navy Shipyard USS Orion One and for transfer to mercy mission tohis hometown of
and Richard Shellengineer i Professional Operations Department and Naval Hospital Pensacola.He NATTC Galley Three. Gulf port, Miss.
ing technician from the Naval will speakat the change of was granted residency to "Due to menucequirements Given leave to undertake his
Oceanographic Office Wash., command. The admiral's speech serve internship in urology at and limited refrigeration" the Project Cumshaw Wagon Williamssoon
D. C., are supervising the in- will, be followed by a personnel l the Naval Hospital San Diego. letter states "he must order receive had a tractor and trailer
stallation. inspection. The ComFairJaxBand He then served as urologist at and store and issue in from transfer companies inJack-
Guthrie is responsible: forgathering will provide music for the the Naval Hospitals Guam Jackr7Ic1 excess of 11,000 poundsof sonville plus donations from just
and analyzing the wave various types of freshfrozenmeat about everywhere.A .
data. The design and installationof each week. His outstanding listing of yellow pages would
the laser unit is Shell's job. f performance In menu require- be necessary to tell what is in
Project Hurricane Waves was :! '' ment planning and timely thawingand the truck. Dave received everything -
established by the Assistant Sec- f : processing frozen meats has from stoves and beds to 55-
retary of the Navy for Researchand I *F resulted In no major require gallon drums for drinking waterto
Development( as a joint government 5 > ment for substitution or menu food to insecticides to several
industry program.The dill ,i/Q change. thousand feet of roofing material
project is now being continuedas a ; His previous duty assign from a local contractor. \0"80
an in house program with ments have included USS Braine 'sun" Johnson reported that
all equipment furnished by the (DD 630)) USS Conway (DD :20,000 lbs. of gear and $261
Naval Oceanographic Office. 507)) NAS Green Cove Springs, were turned in to the 1st Lt. Of-
The $49,000 laser beam ma and USS Little Rock (CLG 4)). fice.Riding
chine called the Geodolite 3A is After attending subma rine schoolin shotgun to Mississippiwith
made by Spectra Physics Cor- New London, Conn. in 1962 Williams will be fellow Sea-
poration in California. Oliver served aboard submarinesUSS Bee BU3 Frank Ferguson. Ferguson -
The first laser generators Triton USS Henry Clay being only one of the many
were built by Bell Labs in New and USS Odax. people, from Capt. John E. Ken-
Jersey in 1965. Since then lasers After completing his pre nedy down to the lowest airman
have been applied to many sent tour of duty CSl Oliver who helped load the truck knownin
areas from communications to plans to reside in Jacksonvillewith NATTC 1st Lt. Division as
medicine. Capt. Turville l( Lewis his wife Shirley and their the Comsha Wagon.
Capt.
The laser beam is a ray of four children.
light. In the Geodolite 3A the ceremony. sonville and St. Albans N. Y. ..
beam is produced from electronically Capt. Turville assumed com Capt. Lewis has just completeda -Inside-
charged helium and neo mand of the hospital in December tour at the Medical Corps Pro- '

gas. The beam diameter the 1968, and will now be report- fessional Division,Bureau of Medicine Chaplain . . . :-. .' :-: . .Page 2

source is 1/4 inch. This diameter ing to the Naval Hospital Bethesda and Surgery Washington, NATTC..e . . . . Page 5

gradually increases to Md., as the commanding of- D. C. MAD . . . . . . Page 5 .
:3) 1/2 feet at a of 20 miles. ficer.
range A reception follows the changeof Schedules. . . .
It is a low intensity and is Capt. Lewis was commissioned command in the Club . . Page 6
relatively harmless to the human an ensign in the USNR in room. hospital dining Sports . . . . . .Pages II & 12


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September 4, 1969
NEWS/AFTERBURNER
2 JAX AIR

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EDITORIAL
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Key to Your FutureUnited

t ROMAN CATHOLIC

States Savings Bonds and Freedom Shares are the keysto tit(. Edwards hapcl:

your future and the future of America.In .
SUNDAY MASS::=
the same way that Savings Bonds strengthen the future of -flrt' JJ Jln
't DAJL MASS11,1: () a.1I1.|
your family, they help strengthen America: and further the ,cause Confession; :* will be held on

of freedom. Sunday As members of the Armed Forces you can see first hand how \ (instead of Saturday.\ >

vital a sound Savings Bond program can'beand, how affects the i y

cause of freedom, at home, in the Republic of Vietnam and throughout t- 1 111 U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.

the world.Remember Luke's Chapel:

the purchase of Savings Bonds and Freedom Sharesis
SUNDAY(
MAJsS8:00 ".111.
PROTESTANT WORSI 1 UP

ttYIuR P.o"t'' .,\t ,,<;J$, ,, SERVICES10:00 a.m.
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... PROTESTANTAll

CHOOSING A MODEL for the Jacksonville Officers' Wives Saints' Chapel 1

Club Fashion Show, is fashion coordinator, Rebecca Rogers,

and model chairman, Mrs. Jeene Hand. The model trying out

for the show is Mrs. Lynda Googe. The show will be Oct. SUNDAY
Church School -9:06
I at the Thunderbird Motel. Bldg. 11/ 722 a.m.

Junior Church -10:00
= a.m.
6ERIES

y Your Social SecurityBy Divine Hldg. Worship* 722 Service -. 10

a.m. Bldg. "I 7ZSO

Episcopal Communion 8'M:: )
Lewis S. Gossette
1" "'' a.m.
F41uif:
Small Chapel Hldn 750;
The people at Social Security Office have expression which
your
Duy U. S. Savings Dondsi may be a time saver for you -- "Inquire before you retire." Junior Youth'V Fellow hlr;) p.m.

If you are planning to retire soon, your plans should include a Bldg. 722 .
trip to your Social Security Office. If it Is not convenient[ to go to TUESDAY
more than just a safe investment for your money. It's an in- Senior choir Rchear.sal-7p.m.;
the office, you may see a representative when he visits your com I
vestment for a future that can mean a new home, a new car, a munity. Bldg. 750

college education or a hundred-and-one other things for you and I3y inquring ahead of time you can get [important information about THURSDAY'

your family.It's what benefits may be payable to you and your family. In addition, you Christian:" Science Service -

also an investment that will help the United States meet the will be told what documents, proofsand other information you will 8 p.m. I Illdg.if/ 750) .
need to have when you file your application for social security SUNDAY
problems that face our country both at home and abroad. It's reallyan
Evening[ Worship C p.m.
opportunity for American to participate directly in the payments. >
every Having these with you when you file your application will help speedup Bldg. N 750
affairs of our Nation, no matter how small the share might be.
the processing of your claim and help you get your first check on TUESDAY
A large percentage of the fighting men in Vietnam today are Pentecostal rellow hip--7p.m.

making regular investments in Savings Bonds and Freedom Shares. time.Many people wait until after they've actually retired before they Bldg. !'l'; 722

They are not only laying their lives on the line in support of free- get in touch with their Social Security Off ices. There's nothing wrong

dom, but are further demonstrating their faith in our,country and with this. But there are quite a few things that might cause a .delayin S1 \

the principles of freedom through their monthly purchase of Sav- processing your claim for benefits.
ings Bonds. By Inquiring before retiring you will help yourself::; and the Social TrafficViolations
Security Office in the processing[ of your application. And your first
Are you carrying your share ? While planning your future, Include check will arrive when you need it most.

the future of your country and buy United States Savings If you have any questions about social security, get in touch with

Bonds and Freedom Shares. your Social Security District Office, located at 400 West Bay St., '
Jacksonville. _The following Is, .a reportof [ !
Illth Nillth and WealthBy motor vehicle accidents and

VW-4 (Cont. from F g. I) traffic violations for the period
Aug. If) 25.Number. ,
Lt., Jack: Rogers, CHC graph which records the exact smaller beam diameter which of Violations

There are three types of commodities, say economists, filth, wave form. After the laser becomes makes it more accurate. The la- Total accidents this year through
Nillth, and wealth. Those that are bad, neither bad nor good, and fully operational, the ser's beam width is only about Aifc. 25 - - Ml\
those that are good. squadron's flight meterologistswill two inches at the water level Number of accidents through
One of the arguments that some people feebly give,.trying to change operate it. when generated from 1,000 feet. August 1968 - -251
alcoholic beverages from that of being an Illth to a wealth good, is A similar laser is now operational Using radar, the beam would be Total number of days since last
the tax money we receive from the sales of it. on aircraft of Air Development much larger or about 50 feet in injury in a motor vehicle accident -
Many would be shocked to know that, while we received about Squadron Eight (VXN 8)) diameter." - - -89
eight million in revenue in the State of Florida in 1967, the state which is flying ice reconnais "The Number of Violations
laser is fantasticallyaccurate" -
$355 million and costs to individuals in our sance for the new super oil tank -82
expenditures were Sheil added. "To This week - -
give
state were $705 million, or a ratio of $12 spent for every $1 gained er Manhattan. The ship is attempting Speeding ----------7
in taxes. This doesn't take into account costs of course, etc. That to discover a north you an example; In 1968 the Reckless Driving[ - -1
flexing of the Hoover Dam was
makes 50 shot $6. west passage. The VXN 8 -4
a cent cost Going through stop sign -
measured by a laser to an accuracy -
laser ,
aircraft are using a to 70
Other violations - -
of three' thousandths of
determine the thickness of the
inch." Thirty -, six drivers appeared -
ice in the artic regions. an before the Traffic Hearing
Guthrie says the use of the The Hurricane Hunters, head- Board on Aug. 28. Dispositionof [
laser has a two fold purpose. ed by Cdr. C. J. Cush of Shreveport. the cases included the following -

.b. "First, by measuring the heightof La., conducted tropical : 8 lost driving and,
hurricane waves, we.will be storm reconnaissance in the Gulf parking privileges aboard sta-
g'y able to better design off shore of Mexico, Atlantic Ocean and tion for various periods; 13
platforms. Secondly, the in Caribbean Sea.
an
were assigned to complete
formation we learn will help to Home based here, VW-4
eight hour course in remedial -
forecast, more accurately, the played an important role in track driving 10 recenved suspensions
;
size of hurricane waves." ing and pel1etrati llurrica\'e\ Camille warnings -
14 were given
Sheil explained the advantageof the worst hurricane in Ms- 5 ; dismissed and
; were ;
the laseiTover high intensity tory to hit the United States 1 referred commanding offi-
to
t s afrS radar. "The laser has a much mainland.
cers for possible disciplinary ac-
tion. Sixteen drivers were assessed -

Paperwork Needed Veterans who did not return 35 traffic points.

their Certification of Atten-

J A.X: AIR :NEWS For Vets' ,ChecksThe dance so immediately.to VA in June should do Trip To Moon Film


Veterans Administrationsaid Veterans who have lost their To Be Shown Troops

today it is as anxious as Certification of Attendance card
The JAX AIR NlWS's! a ( irilimi''' enterprise Newspaper distributed any campus G.I.. over education should obtain another one from National Aeronautics and
each Thursday at the (U. !'i. Naval Air .Station, Jack.. checks arriving on time this fall. the VA office that issued it and Space Administration is makinga
mail it in 28-minute color film, "The
sonville, Florida, by (he Holt Publishing, ( 'oinpanv, a pricnfc VA says the number of pay- forthwith, VA said. Eagle Has Landed." It is a

firm. All ( :opy submitted for use 'in the J JA\ AIR NEWS must f day delays would be reduced Veterans who are enrolling complete story of the trip to the
be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Ilor 2, NAS J.,ck- drastically if veterans and for the first time this fall moon which- will be released na
schools will do the required or who have changed
sont'illc, l hy 12:00 noon on Monday before publication., News college or tionwide.The .
paperwork porgram
and do it on must be certain
according -
items are welcomed from ill sources leleplione 772 II I lb time.If. 'to VA, that: Department of Defenseis
providing the Armed Services
111')
or
the veteran was in college 1. They have obtained a with 877 prints of this pictureto
during the spring or summer proper Certificate of Eligibility be used in the troop infor
\I'l'rrrl5rtllCllfs' are solicited bv the publisher mid' querieseouccruinq semester and followed instruc- fronr the Veterans Administration. mation programs.

su< h should' be directed 'to: tions by returning his Certifica- Because of this worldwide
tion of Attendance at the end 2. Armed Forces distribution for
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY They have submitted this
of
the
4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 to term do ,before he has his nothingmore checks trar.Certificate to the college regis- "The Army-Air Eagle Force Has Landed Motion," Pic-the

Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 start arriving this fall assuming ture Service will forego booking

the college registrar it on the theater circuits.
VOL. 27 .NO.. 24 SEPTEMBER 4, 1969 follows through and promptly 3. The college registrar re- The picture should begin
returns his new fall enrollment turned the completed certificate
reaching the troop audiences
certification to the VA. to the VA.
early in October.Page .


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September 4, 1969 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3 :

ATI Parks Is directed and supervised the the various radio and annoucning 1
CoptSelecfeeStollenwerck launch recovery, handling and circuits, directing their reposi-
NAMTD loM fueling of embarked aircraft during tioning when required and urging
combat operations in the Gulf them on with confidence-inspirIng -
NAS CECIL ATI James ReceivesNavy Com. MSM of Tonkin in which the embarkedAir words of encouragement and
11. Parks has been selected Instructor Wing flew 9,185 combat guidance ."
of the Month for Naval By Lt. H.W. Baumgardner sorties. Under his experiencedand The awards were presented by
Air Maintenance Training De NAS CECIL Commander The Navy Commendation Medal intelligent guidance, the Air Captain J.R. MorinCommander,
tachment 1016 (A4)) for August. William M. Stollenwerck, a Capwas for meritorious service Department of ENTERPRISE Readiness Attack Carrier Air
Petty Officer Parks was cited tain selectee and prospective while serving as Assistant Air provided strike aircraft carry Wing Four.PRESIDENT.
for his outstanding performanceas Commander of Attack Carrier Officer aboard USS ENTER ing required combat loads to meet
an Instructor in the Air Wing Eight, was awarded PRISE from July 10 1967 to all operational committments.This .
Electronics Phase of NAMTD
the Navy Commendation Medal July 12 1968 during combat record of dependabilitywas
1016 at a presentation held Aug. with combat V and Meritorious operations in the Gulf of Tonkin achieved without loss due to,
21. lie was presented the award Service Medal at ceremonies and is quoted in part: any aircraft handling equipment "
by LCdr. J. K. Donaldson, OINC here. ". .Commander Stollenwerck malfuntion ."
NAMTRADETS here. The Meritorious Service Medal
Parks reported aboard NAMTD d was awarded for meritorious a -
1016 i in October 1907 from the chievement while serving as Air
DSS America. "fficer aboard the USS ENTER -
[Parks resides at :310 Capella PRISE on Jan.. 14, 1969 and is
Road in Orange; Park with his quoted in part:
wife, the former Miss Ferna ". As Air Officer, Com
Strondberg of Muskegan, Mich. mander Stollenwerck was at his
and their daughters Cyndra and assigned station in primary fly
Debbie. when the ship was suddenly rock-
ed by explosions and shortly
Williams Goes thereafter. engulfed in a raging
fire. t He immediately alerted
To Fleet ReserveNAS flight deck personnel and initiated RICHARD NIXON
action to combat the fire.
As the flames progressed and explosions "To a crisis of the spirit, we
CECIL On August LI
continued, Commander need an answer of the spirit.
22, ATC Charles M. Williams
Re Stollenwerck directed key flight And to find that answer, we
transferred to the Fleet -
deck personnel in every phaseof "
serve after 20 years of Naval efforts need only look within ourselves.
the firefighting through
Service. CJ4-t
Chief Williams inspected Na Capt. Morin, Cdr. Stollenwerck
val Air Maintenance Training
Detachment 1016, to which he has
been attached as an instructor g Linda Payne WANT CASH?
since September 1967, as part of
retirement ceremonies. ) New Red Cross Rep.
After the completion of the inspection -


his son presented appreciation,contributions Officer, LCdr.Williams in Charge and J.to K.with a Naval plaque,Donald NAMTD lettersof Air for-, C [EC C Il I I graduate of Cross NAS Elberton CECIL.Field of ,Merder Ga.Director. .is Linda University the here.11.new Payne Red in A You're for good atBeneficial .


Maintenance Training and 20 Macon, her official title is Assistant more

years performance ........".............................................. ................ Field Director,American
the ::::::: :::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: National Red Cross. She has had

Williams Navy. will be residing in Ii ;! Ii! !:II:!! !I six years with the organization,
Orange Park with his wife, the I:::: I I.:1: E'::: serving tours at Turner AirForce
former Ruth Hodges of Boone, : ::::: :: ::::::::: : :::: ::::::: Base in Germany, and the I
N. C. and their children, Chris : ;: :; ::: : : : :: Rota Naval Station In Spain.
and Tim. ". :: ..:... : :; :: : ). She arrived at NAS Jacksonville Want to take a vacation, pay off your bills, and
; last January have extra casb-all at the same time? Get a
_: :. : She said her Interests includetravelings j., Beneficial All-in-One Loan.It does everythingall -
; :: refinishingfulrlture[ t > at once. Call Beneficial toda}.' .
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',..J t Coordinated Wage System Due




f, For Jacksonville Next Spring


By Mrs. Mary Selby

(Editor's Note: This is the first of several articles that the Jax Air News will print on the

new Coordinated Federal Wage System. The articles will concern the new pay system which

will affect civilian employee pay in 1970. Readers might clip and save the articles for future

reference in seeking answers to questions on the upcoming pay system.) .

Jax -- The Coordinated Fed- for one agency in a city- was being through two years ot intensive
t flIIA. r:7l ., eral in paid $2.40 an hour, and his staff study and consultation with
Wage System, being
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and union
for -
working an agencies represen -
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,
stalled bas- counterpart
c. ,; -! on an area by area
,
.,Iooot'V'.' other in the same city tatives will ensure that trades
s .,, : .; / is over a two yearperiodwhichbegan agency
'r A and labor
in July 1969 is tentatively was getting $1.61 an hour. employees performing
r > i 'Y hour, similar work in the local
same
,'<," _.. ." scheduled'implementa- difference .of 79 cents an
--: tion in the Jacksonville area next of $31.60 a week,and of$1,643.00 wage area receive the same rates

QUALITY INCREASE-Charles L. Hammond receives a spring. A full scale wage sur- a year. of pay in all federal agencies.
quality increase from will be the This is just one example of Basic features of the new sys-
1 step Capt. Leslie W. Teller, officer in vey completed prior to
: charge, Disease Vector Control Center. Hammond Is the biological beginning of the new system here. numerous federal trade and labor tem* include:
Uniform
for
been requirements
that have
technical instructor, audio visual man, has know- pay inequities
January SurveyThe in determining prevailing
found across the country recent rates
ledge of pest control technology, and is a lab specialist. He based upon date collected from
has been ordered -
contributed to the Disease Control Center by developing a to wage start survey in January 1970 years.In November 1965 President local private employers.

master lesson plan for lectures in the education of all per- by the Department of Defense Johnson issued amemorandumtothe Improved statistical vali -
sonnel, on sanitation and disease control. Wage Fixing Authority.In Civil Service Commissionand dity of pay surveys.
preparing for the transi- to the heads of the executive Common standards es-
tion from our present Navy Wage departments and agencies in tablished by the Civil Service
; Men Wanted NOWTO System to the new Federal Coor- which he expressed concern over Commission for placing jobs in
dinated Wage System, it is desired the different practices and sys- the correct pay grades.
TRAIN AS CLAIMS ADJUSTERSEarn that employees be as highly tems used to fix pay for federal Joint agency union com-

top money in this fast moving action packed field. informed as possible regardingthe wage board employees and the resulting mittee .to participate in policy
q claims Insurance Investigators are urgently needed to settle features of this new system different wage rates for development and in the operational -
worth billions of dollars annually. The tremendous
increase of auto accidents alone have doubled the need of and how it will affect them.In similar work within a community. features of the system.
qualified adjusters. INSURANCE ADJUSTERS SCHOOLS trains this regard, this article will
you at home in your spare time and offers Resident Training All ComplyThe E
at MIAMI BEACH, FLA. or LAS VEGAS NEVADA. Nationwide cover background information
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I .INSURANCE ADJUSTERS SCHOOLS,Dept. A/I/"I I employment assistance and outline the main features of President further directedthe
Write for FREE information
;, I j ttol N.W. 7 Strllt.Mia.l. Fla. 3312S I today! the new system. Future articles development of a single fed-
t I Mast Print will discuss conversion to the new eral wage system, which would
Name I Accredited Member N H.S.CAPPRIVEI .
I system; job grading, standards, eliminate differences and inequities -
: Address .ACe_: FIR VETERANS methods, and appeals; wage sur- between agencies and establish -
j I City .State-1 UNIER NEW 6.1. IIU veys: standard survey practicesand common policies; practices -

I 0honMILITARY_____ procedures; and summary and job grading standards
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of differences between present four use of all departments and
Navy system and the new system. agencies.In .

January of last year, the
I We Offer Single PolicyIn Civil Service Commission issued
the past, federal agencies the basic policies for the new
developed and operated their own system. The Coordinated Fed-
plan for complying with the legal eral Wage System carries out the
11 requirement thaj pay of wage principles set forth by the Pre-
STANDBY ass* board employees will be "fix- sident that wages will be in accord -

......,c..............jm1.............:::.....:,. ed and adjusted from time to time with prevailing rates and
: ::::: @ mjj: l as nearly as is consistent with the that there will be equal pay for

% public interest in accordance with substantially equal work and pay
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11 I.W prevailing rates. distinctions in keeping with work
: There were many differencesin distinctions. OUTGOING Sp4 Ro ert Car.
: the systems that were developed Thousands Covered ter, assistant gunner with the
:
FARE. by the individual agencies This new system will cover the Americal! Div. hangs a round in
; in grade structures job stan- government's 800,000 wage board the tube of his 4.2 inch mortarto
/ dards and evaluation methods employees trade,craft and lab- begin a fire mission. Other
pay systems step grades-wage members of the crew protect
oring occupations. More than 50
ANY DAY OF
.. survey procedures -and methods different agencies have their ears from the blast.
: wage
THE WEEK! of setting pay. board employees in over 300 local ..
One of the obvious
'- most prob-
wage areas through the United -----------1
lems which resulted was that
States. The new system will replace -
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Collins Road. It's a stag or drag affair, so
Capt. and Mrs. John E. Ken- come on out for what promisesto
nedy and Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. P. be a very nice evening.

I NATTC: Behind The SceneBy or.Eckman Capt.will Kennedy be the guests will have of hon the Cash For Writing

honor of awarding trophies to Writing a letter on "My Hopesfor
SN Pat Williams individuals and teams. America's Future" could get
you $1,000. The Freedom
Jax -- Congratulations flow- sacola and went to boot camp heavy ground fire and the helicopter DanceSo Foundation of Valley Forge, Pa.
ed last Wednesday from all who in San Diego. He was raisedin is unable to land. "sock hop" time rolls is sponsoring a contest to find
watched AEC Wesley Emory Beaumont, Texas and mar- Following minor modificationsthe around again, this time accom- out which two people can write
Stearns promoted to W01. Standing ried Mary Laverne there. She Niel Roberson Litter was panied by a variety show. Yep, the best letter on this theme.
tall and proud WO1 Stearnswas is presently a nurse at St. Vin- adopted by the First Marine Air- everyone is invited over to King They each will receive an awardof
given the'oath by Capt. JohnE. cents, and they have one daughter craft Wing --- and Chief Welch Hall tomorrow evening to hop $1,000.
Kennedy as Mrs. Stearns and Mary Elizabeth. got his medal. So you see, around in their socks to their The contest is open to all active
fellow officers looked on. suggesting sometimes pay. hearts content. duty Service members, re-
Attached to AE,(A)School,for- Medal Awarded Bowling News The event, sponsored jointlyby servists guardsman, and ROTC
merly as an instructor, WO HMC Allen D. Welch, now retired NATTC Intramural Bowling the Lutheran Military Information (advanced) cadets. The rules
Stearns hasn't been idle during is in the news again. This League came to a close on Aug. Office and NATTC, state that the letter must not exceed -
11 1/2 years of Naval service. time as the recipient of the Navy 26 with some pretty tense starts at about 8 p.m. There 500 words.
,When he reported aboard NATTCin Commendation Medal. moments. The AO ### 1 took on will be two bands, a vocal Name, rank, service number,
January of this year, he had Chief Welch had been recom- the MAD Devil Dogs in a final group, refreshments, plus a one- full military address, and service -
quite a string of interesting duty mended for an award because of play for 1st, and the end result hour variety show. Girls will along with the full home address -
stations behind him. his suggestion which helped a was a tie. A one game, be attending too, USO hostessesto should be printed or typed,
In addition to attending ClassA great deal with a medical prob- play off was bowled and the go through the latest dance and all entries mailed to Freed-
and Class B Schools here at lem in Viet Nam. Navy team beat the Marines to steps. oms Foundation, Valley Forge.
Jax, he served with liS 6, The retired chief recognizedthe take 1st place. The Marines
he spent two tours in Vietnam, difficulties that helicopter have 2nd place sewed up for the
helping with the rescue of down- medical evacauation teams had season. _I THE
ed pilots and other arisingemer- when raising injured personnel There was another tie in the
gencies. He also spent ,time as through thick jungle growth with action, this time for 3rd place : OLD
aircrewman and flight electri- the method they were then using. between the NATTC 'sand :
cian with VW 4 while they Recalling that the Neil Rob- Pinwheels. On the afternoon of Ts'c BUGGY
were in Puerto Rico. At pre ertson Litter was designed-for August 30, there was a play off
sent the weather reconnais penetration into deep, narrow and NATTC MAA's came in by POOPING
sance squadron is at NAS Jax trunks aboard ship, he suggestedthat winning three games out of four.
It tracks and penetrates hur- it be adapted for use dense They won 3rd position by 10 pinson
ricanes to collect information on areas where helicopter landingsare total count, and that is whatis r OUT?
their wind and strength. He also difficult. Using this littera called close.
has, among other awards, the person can be strapped secu- A forthcoming NATTC Intramural Why/ Get Another Car? A Guaranteed
Vietnam Service Medal and rely and then lifted up" to the Bowling League banquet APOLLO ENGINE Will/// Add A Peppy 50,000 Or
Navy Unit Commendation. hovering helicopter. This is will be held tonight at More Miles To Your Present Car Or Truck.
WOl Stearns was born in Pen- especially helpful when there is 1 1 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve,

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Robert E. Harris clash that televised win the third
Capt. com- was widely two losses to game
PRECISION REBUILT GUARANTEEDZERODEFECTS
pleted a 23 and a half year along the Eastern Seaboard. and cause a deadlock at the regular ,
Marine Corps career Friday at More than 18,000 local fans season close.
MAD. During the informal ser- voiced their appreciation for the SHORT BLOCKS COMPLETE ENGINES HEADS
vices in the commanding officer's Marines snappy well disciplined Playing the second place AO GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE
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Capt. Harris made his way MAD gained three new NCO's couldn't muster the steam to MILITARY DISCOUNT
beat the Stackers in the
through the enlisted ranks to last week when second stripes BB '
Gunnery Sergeant before gaininga were' pinned on Corporals Jim playoff game. .
commission as warrant offi- Tressler, Jesse Lane and Horac
with 171 and John
Al Crews a
cer in July 1964. Later, June Hamby.The .
1968, he was promoted to captain three men are all personnel McCorkle with a 165 led the
Marines in the playoff game but ?; g .
Officer / CG
under the Temporary workers. Tresslier works in even with their outstanding per kr,
Program. the office Lane in
personnel ,
formances the team lost by forty
Along with his wife Shirley and training and Hamby is attachedto
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their three sons and a daughter, the Aviation Ordnance School. pins. 8M ,
Capt. Harris plans to settle in * The AD pistol team is in wy 4 *P
the Jacksonville area. Going to the final night of the search of interested talent. The
season two games in front the team needs replacement for
The MAD Drill Teams' long MAD bowling team allowed them- several teams members that have
hours of practice blossomed Sun- selves to be overtaken and beaten been either ordered out or just x t&g' _
day during a five minute preci- out for the crown. In fact the don't ha- time to practice.j1EA1E .
sion drill routine in Jackson-
ville's Gator Bowl. -
Two standing oviations for the
$25
team highlighted their personal J to
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High School On Board Edu-
Inn uso cation Program beganhere Tues-
day and will run for 18 weeks.
Messenger of the Masses will There will be free refresh .4' .'4 The program is open to all mili-

be appearing on stage tonight and ments for all at the USO tonight. tary and civilian personnel,
Sunday night. Tomorrowtheclubwill Tomorrow will feature semi- working in the Jacksonville military -
present Phil Cay and the formal dance with music by the / complex, and their depend-
Chantels and on Saturday and March 5. Join Miss Mary Smithat

Tuesday the Camelots will pro- the piano for group singingon ents.Classes will run from 6 to
vide the musical entertainment. weekend afternoons, and be 9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Monday night will feature the Hot ginning at 7 p.m. Sunday,the free ? Subjects covered will be mathe-

Water Blues. Dance to the soundof feature movie will be "Mcilales'Navy matics, English, civics and his-
the Four Clubs, Wednesday, joins the Air Force. Play tory. Courses are designed to
and don't forget that the club the game of your choice Monday l : enable students to pass the GED
holds Happy Hour from 5 to 6 p.m. night, and be at the USO Wed- qIt test for a.high school equivalency
Monday through Friday. nesday when disc jockey Al Albert diploma.
the best
will be playing
Registration is now being held
from 8 11
and latest records to
Acey Ducey Club in the Educational Services Office -

p.m. SIGN THE DOTTED LINE.A02 Tommy L. Ussery signs Building 955, and will be

Listen to the finest in dixie- the familiar papers for a 6-year reenlistment The second open throughout the course. Registration -

Del land Forset music tomorrow night when Mel Unauthorized class, a member of VP-45's crew number 10, Is an eight year fee is approximately fee Is $2.00 500..and book
appears onstage.
veteran of the Navy.
Gaden will provide the entertainment Goods ShipmentsCan

Saturday, and on Surxlaytheclub .
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Shipment of unauthorized objects The Secretary of the Navy has substances or depressents or frequently by an Indifferent pub-
Dance to the music of the Hot in household goods can bea issued an instruction re stimulants on board any ship lic. Although cannabis sativa

Water Blues tomorrow night costly error for military personnel emphasizing the prescribed policy craft or aircraft of the De in its various forms (marijuana
beginning at 9 p.m. Come on out as is indicated by the following for the prevention and elimina- partment of the Navy or within hashish, bhang) has been used

and join the Working Party, account.A tion of drug abuse by membersof any naval station or other\ place by man for centuries, it has not
Saturday morning at 10, and on military member returningto the naval service. under the jurisdiction of the,de- been till present times that factual -
Sunday there will be standing> the United States from an partment. medical and pharmacological
The instruction defines: Narcotics -
room only after 8 p.m. when Jim overseas assignment shipped unauthorized cocain Conviction for the use or pos- developments have emerged.
Mann and the Goodtimers inhis house- as any opiates or ; under the
appearon articles Mar i the session of marijuana Initial evidence in continu-
juana as intoxicating
stage. Be at the FRA for hold goods. Among them were art products of the hemp plant can- UCMJ may result in a maximum ing, research projects labels
Game Night Tuesday beginning objects which he planned to punishment of confinement at marijuana as harmful humans.
nabi
at 8, and don't forget that the market in the United States. thesis thereof santiva, and or any Dangerous syn- hard labor for five years and Unfortunately, the people who are
club serves lunch from 11 to Joint Travel Regulations state ; narcotic dishonorable discharge from the attracted to the marijuana form of
Drugs -
2 p.m. daily. that when a member includes ducts that as are non habit forming pro-or service. an additional five yearsof drug abuse comprise a group of

unauthrozed articles erroneously have a potential for abuse because confinement is authorized for individuals complex in nature who

ADS make or inadvertently in household of their stimulant, depressant or the use or possession of a habit attempt ,to bolster deficiencies
yourshopping goods shipments he must bear
hallucinogenic effect as deter- forming narcotic drug. imagined or actual by further
easier the transportation costs of the mined by the Attorney General of Since the mid 60s, the mass deterioration of their physi -

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tion also states that personal other drugs, often creatingthe use of cannabis.
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While the member concerned any narcotic substance, marijuana living. 17 23 relies on effective train-
RASEPAWNSHOP paid only the shipping cost of or dangerous drug, or the These substances in no way ing and orientation.The .
or physical
of improve personality
illegal or wrongful possession
the unauthorized articles in this functioning nor do they enhance unauthorized use of nar-
of
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case, all personnel should be What do these definitions meanto religious experience or increase cotics, .drugs or marijuana, at -
of the fact that unauthorized '
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NARF & Supply ; New Jobs Available -, I


Civilians AwardedJax Ia Under Merit PolicyJAX


--In the past few weeks conditional of the
employees
-- Merit promotion opportunities -
civilians on the base have been currentlyopenforreceipt same organizations as listed for

presented sustained superior of applications are listed the first group of openings.How-
performances, beneficial suggestions below. ever, the first cut off date for
checks and quality in' t Applications will be accepted establishing the registers for

creases. from career or career conditional each position follows the job

Supply .iI 1TLE/ employees for positions in title.MPB
the following group from the air No. 122 69 Plumber
Capt. E. A. Grinstead, sup- station, Naval Air Rework Facility ( 8 69)), 124 69 Assistant
ply officer presented sustained Naval Air Reserve Training Meat Cutter ( 9-16-69)),
superior performance awards to Unit Fleet Air Jacksonville, 125 69 Laborer Cleaner ((9 -
Fred W. Mansell, crater and YM T Fleet Aviation Electronic Train- 17 69)) and 126 69 Mess

packer, Bryan Wynn, stockman, ing Unit Det. Jax, Naval Hospital Attendant ((9 -17 69)).
Ezell Futch, high lift ,
operator Commissary Stores, Navy Applications for the following
and Alice A. food ser- -
Gregory
; Recruiting Station, Disease Vec- position will be accepted from
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vice. Quality Step increases to
career or career conditional
Control Storage
Regional
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Charles J. Hawkins, disposal division -
Management office, Fleet Wea- employees of naval and Marine
assistant, Frank E. By- \t. '
ther Facility and Defense Surplus Corps activities in the Sixth Na-
ers, supply systems analyst, Alice A. Gregory, Food Service time. val District: '
Sales Office, Jax at any
Gerald C. McLeod
equipment
MPB No. 123 60 Budget
MPB No. 79 69 Electronics
specialists general, Joe C. Mc- 'Mechanic, 80 69 A/C Elec- Analyst GS 7 and GS 9.
Creight management technicianand Te closing date for this posi-
tronics Worker, 81 69 Accounts
Mary Ellen Hollingsworth, [ ,Maintenance Clerk GS 4, 82- tion has been set for Sept-
clerk Beneficial
stenographer. & Public tember 17,1969.Applications .
69 Planner Estimator (
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checks -
suggestion were presented 1
Works Structurez), 83-69 for the following
E. HowardW.
to Doris Avery and be
position will accepted only
A/C Instrument Mechanic, 84 -
Crews, Serv Mart, FlementD.
Worker 85- from persons who have career or
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69 A/C Instrument
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Padgett, Serv Mart, and
career conditional appoint-
69 A/C Electrician, 86 69
Stevette Stevens and Rachel B.
GS 3 and ments In the federal service of
Clerk (Stenographer), -
King, disposal division.
GS 4 87-69 Clerk (Typist) all federal agencies nationwide.
'" NARFA GS-2, GS 3 and GS 4, MPB No: 120 69 Electric

sustained 88 -. 69 Electronics Mechanic Accounting Machine SupervisorGS
formance superior per (A/C Systems), 89 69 Elec- 5. The closing date will
Cdr.
was presented by .
L. I. Wood to Mrs. Alice F.' :1L4 44x tronics Mechanic(Maintenance) be Sept. 22,1969.Applicants .
Clay, secretary at NARF. Ben- ; 90-69: Machinst and 91 69 mut be career or
career conditional employeesof
ficial checks A/C Electrical Worker.
suggestion were __ _
presented to Marion Craft, Glen Also, 92-69 Planner & Esti- the federalgovernment.Appli-
cation Forms 171 for these of the
mator (Public Works Electrical
Samuel War-
Whipple, Bogeman, Yy f
ren Courson, Claude Mann Verl System,) 93 69, Industrial federal government. Application
Howe, Ronnie Jarrette, John Tractor Operator, 94-69 Apprentice Forms 171 for these positions
96 69 should be filed with Civilian Personnel -
Lennox, and John Leavens. (First Year), -
Statistical Assistant GS 5, Department, Box 22NAS
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<' :s.".. smith, 102 69 Automotive garding these positions, see cop-
Alice F. Clay, NARF Mechanic (Body &Fender,10369 ) ies of the bulletins or announce-

Clerk Dictating Ma- ments or call Ext. 2320, Rating
chine Transcriber GS 4, 104- and Examining Branch, Civilian
: a 69 Supervisory Supply TechniciarGS Personnel Office, NAS Jax.
; 8, 105 69 Secretary
(Steno) GS 5, 107 69 Card
Punch Operator GS 2 and GS-3,
Take stock in America: 108 69 Messenger GS 2, SPACIOUS 8. PEACEFUL
.,uss.rl rtt..ar.r and GS 3, 110 69 Produc- MARSHALL ACRES

JAX'S GREATEST r tion Controller GS 7, and 111 9359 103rd Street
69 Planner & Estimator (Sheet- Jacksonville's newest &
FURNITURE metal Worker.) most modern mobile home
Also, 112 69 Electric Ac- community is now open r
VALUES'' counting Machine Operator GS-3 your inspection. Large 44 :x
WHOLESALE 113 69 Digital Computer Sys- 75' lots
l f tem Administrator GS 11,11469 ONLY $35 PER MO.

PRICE TO EVERYONE Pipecoverer and Insulator,
Swimming pool, tennis court,
115 69 Plasterer, 117 69 .
shuffleboard court, B ft Q
Sheetmetal Worker, 118 69
pit, picnic built for your en
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning joyment. Act Today'' Call:
Mechanic, 119 69 Mili- EL VCKANO MOTOR COURTMr.
DAY tary Personnel Clerk GS 4 F. S. Martin, Manager
99 and 121 69 Boiler Tender
SUNOAVTIL Applications for the following 359 2924
6pm positions will be accepted at any For Full Details
time from career or career WWUWUWWOURS .
Frank Byers, supply systems analyst.

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spy melodrama. AM/G ((93
MoviesMovies
mins.)

HOSPITAL: "HOUSE OFCARDS"
WANT will be shown nightlyat
AD SECTION the NAS Theatre at 7:30 p.m.
There will also be a kiddie mat- MONDAY September 8

inee at 2 p.m. Saturday anda
NAS: "A MAN CALLED CANNON" -
Ads should be mailed to the regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun-
Florida, 32210, to arrive Holt Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Aue., Jacksonville, day and holidays.The starring Tony Franciosa,
not later than Michael Sarrazan and Susan Oli-
M Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
Ads arriving too late Hospital Theater will have
publisher is instructed for this' ; ''JILX11 be published the following week unless the feature 7 ver. Color western. R/V ((105
otherwise. nightly at
one
be received WITH the A or money order for the full COSt of the ad* mutt p.m. mins.)
copy for the ad. Cecil Field will have two night
HOSPITAL "HIGH COM -
shows during the week at 5:30 and :
MISSIONER"TUESDAY
Do Hot Sara Cash 8 p.m Matinees will be shown
'on weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. September 9"

Kate: Mh.iniJM charge ((3 hiss).' $2.00 THURSDAY, September 4 GLER"NAS: "THE starring BOSTON Tony STRAN-Curtis,

NAS "THE DEVIL'S BRIDE"starring

For aMitioul lire ((4 words per Ike). 0.50 Charles: Gray.Christopher Color Lee horror.and Henry nedy. Fonda Color and drama.George A/E Ken-(116

mins.)
G/G ((95 mins.) HOSPITAL: "HIGH COM -
HOSPITAL: "THE TROUBLE
AUTO AIR MISSIONER"
CONDITIONINGWindow WATERFRONT LOTS LARGE 110 VLT. AIR COND. WITH GIRLS" starring Elvis
units& & central units, High wooded, perfect for re 12,000 BTU $60. 5483 A Presley and Marilyn Mason.Col- WEDNESDAY, September 10
service repaired, Tylers tirement Road. G/G ((104 min.)
Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 and year around living. Timuquana or comedy. NAS: "THE THOMAS CROWN.
Easy
Palmer Ave.'Lake Shore) 388 terms Mobile Homes Welcomed WANTED: Lady to share ap- FRIDAY, September 5 AFFAIR" starring Steve Mc -
1 Mile
East of Lake
Queen and Faye Dunaway. Color
5161.
artment with teacher at Club NAS "HOUSE OF CARDS"
Ashbury on 209. Also :
rew restricted drama. AM/E ((102 mins.)
Continental Park. Call and In-
sub division Orange starring George Peppard
near com- HOSPITAL "THE BOSTONSTRANGLER" ...
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK :
264 4425 after 6 PM.
pletion. Contact LaRue 725- ger Stevens. Color suspense T
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean 3992. melodrama. G/G (105 mins.)
modern trailers & Apts. 389 MOBILE HOME 1962 GREAT HOSPITAL: "THE DEVIL'S
3007. LAKES EXPANDO 3BRCentral
HOMES RENT OR SALE BRIDE"
air, In good condition Call
We
NAVY
help -
Quick MoveIn
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS Call p.m. or weekend 389 5234. SATURDAY, September 6
us first! Courteous
Consoles, some with AM/FM, Service. NAS: "DESTROY ALL MON-
tape players. At dealers cost. SILLAY REALTY COMPANY ORANGE PARK SCHOOL of STERS" starring a Japanesecast.
to liquidate stock. Full warranty! 389 6201 DANCE Trudy Sigman 10th' Color monster epic. G/F
Phone 771 0409. Season Enroll now. Come in ((88 mins.)

person or phone Mon Fri., HOSPITAL: "HOUSE OF
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE FOR RENT FURN.3 BR HOUSE 9- 12 AM-2 5 PM, 457 CARDS"

[Houses & Apts. Equity VA & Orange Park, 5 min. to NAS, Kingsley Ave. 264 9047. NAS MATINEE: "HOUR OF

FHA resales. $100 down. Call will rent to TAD Personnel, or THE GUN" starring James Ma-

Power or Mills, USN Ret. 264- Bachelors, TV, Linen, Uten son and Jason Robards. Color
2411 Orange Park Realty, Mill- sils optional!, A/C 264 6884. PRIVATE TRAILER LOT 100 x western. ((100 mins.)
110 ft. quiet neighborhood -
tary Free Notary.IN .
ZIG ZAG FOR $29 771 6232 evenings or weekends SUNDAY September 7

CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND SEWING, MACHINE Original NAS: "HIGH COMMIS Take stock in America
Area. 5 Acres. 10 Acres & Guarantee, scratched in ship 1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD SIONER" starring Rod Taylorand eq US a l.dr F.da.9rne
larger tracts Terms 282 -5272or ment. Zig Zags, makes button- A/T, R&H, A/C, Red Christopher Plumer. Color
282 5224.AUTOMOBILES. holes, sews on buttons, decora- line tires, white interior, exc.
tive designs, monograms, etc. cond, Assume payments.Contact
FURNISHEDEast Just pay balance $29 or $8 per owner, M. J. Pilver, Bldg. 39-
& West Coast. 353 3691. month. Phone 353 1946 NAS Jax Credit Union, Ext.2431or OPEN SUNDAY

day or nite. Ask for Credit Man- 384 1391.RETIRED.

FOR SALE ager. Will deliver,no obligation.
Live crabs & Fresh fish. Wil- 1606 Main Street. PERSONNELWe
ford Fish Camp. 264-9707. need qualified manager train-

ART LESSONS FORBEGINNINGAdults ees who are interested in .Jhe
67: HONDA 90 CC $110 Day Classes Contact food service field. Day or night

Call 264 4456. Lenore Byrd 388 5984. shift. If you are interested, apl- 100% GUARANTEE
ply in person at McDonald's

IN CLAY COUNTY FOR SALE' 1962 CHEVY II 4227 Blanding Blvd. We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In -..'.

2 and 3 acre Ranchettes, paved 4 Dr., Station Wagon, Excel. perllon. Then we tuned up. tightened and replaced everything
and graded road frontage, $1450. Cond. $375. 1967 Yamaha 250 cc SELL WIGS that needed it. And guaranteed them 160% for the repair or
replacement of all major mechanical part' for 30 days or 1000
per lot & up, terms. Off. Ph. YDS 3, $250. Ext. 3501 and Mink Oil Cosemetics-Maria mile Come on in and double check.
282 5272 Home 282 5224. NAS Jax After 5 p.m. 771 Wilhelm, Koscot Distributor,
'REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE
ENGINE "TRANSMISSION
8715.
398 5906.
ASSEMBLIES "BRAKE SYSTEM "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
PART TIME EMPLOYMENTIf
GERMAN SHEPARD PUPS AKC PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS-En-
need extra income,
you some
Registered -Wormed-7710348 fall 389 7622 BOLD NEW
apply in person for part time rolling term. COLORS
work day or night at McDonald's Will finance. 2834 Grand Ave. Mrs. J. M.

4227 Blanding Blvd. or 6546 Elliott
Normandy Blvd. WALKING DISTANCE OF 65 RAMBLER 440H $10952Door
Schools 3 Large Bedrooms PEKINGESE FOR SALE AKC H.T., Auto trans., Air Cond.
2 Baths, 2 Utility rooms, Fla. Registered 8 weeks old 772 -
66 DODGE DART
STEREO CONSOLE COMBO room, Fenced backyard.Newly 0867. $10952Door
Take up payments on 2 month decorated. $135. mo. 1 yrs. R&II,
old beautiful walnut stereo lease required. Call 384 5593 VA & FHA REPCSSESSIONS 65 VW Sedan $1195 I
console like new. 4 speed After 282.5018.. 3 Br., 1 1 1/2 &2 baths $100 _.
record changer combinationradio. down as low as $65 month. Callus Radio flt Heater

Balance due $68 or $9 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE OR for up to date lists that will 66 Vlll/ Sedan .
per month. Phone 353 1946 RENT '- 1968 12 x 60 Windsor be mailed without obligation. Radio, heater, $1295
night or day. Ask for' Credit Central A. C. Carpeted 772 VANSANDT REALTY-3871213

Manager. Will deliver, no ob- 2830 day 771 1950 After 4 67 VW Sedan $1495Radio
FEMALE PART TIME Res-
ligation. 1606 Main Street. it Heater
'66 LEMANS OHC 6 CONVT. taurant Must be 21 Call for

CAREER OPPORTUNITY Maroon, Auto Trans., PS, appointment. 389 3216. 67 PLYMOUTH Valiant $1495

Businessmen's Assurance Co. R & II, $1100. 771 3211 Ext. 1968 NASHUA MOBILE HOME "Signet", 4-Door Sedan, Auto. trans., RfcH.
desires ambitious males, married 208 (Day). ,
6 Mos. old. 2 BR, Contact
sales 66 CHEV. Impala $1695
ages 25-45 for ; Jack Hyndman .: Ext. 3007 or
position in Duval County. Up NICE SINGER SEWING MACHINE 264 2-Door H.T., V-8, Auto trans., PS, PB Air Cond.
5105.
to $700 $800 salary during and Desk Cabinet both for $35. mornings

training with good opportunity to Cash or terms 6437.. Wilson Blvd. 66 MUSTANG Convertible $1695

materially Increase basic salary. 771.5028.. V-8, Auto. trans.,,,Air Cond., RfcH. Carousel Red Black'
Ex. train. prog. & fringe bene- 1k.wIJEBO M Top. -

fits. Phone 3989422 or 398- ,FOR RENT TP ILER-,CARPORT 66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag.$1695
7550 for interview or write' P.O. Patio Large Added Room PrivateLot.
Box'5833 Jax, 32207. 771 2287.
: )( 68 VW Sedan $1795Radio

FOR SALE BY OWNER FOR SALE OR RENT 4 BR & Heater

2 BR. Masonry home. Real nice, 2 Bath, 3 Mins. from NAS, Fen- Ai M 68 VW Karmann Ghia $2295 .
locationReasonable..Furn-
Road
ced Back Yd., 7303 Midway
ished or unfurnished. Ph. Ortega Hills. 264 4367. Radio fc Heater. Air Cond.
765-3666 after 5:30
WANTED CLEAN ,LOW MILE OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM

PART TIME AGE 68 or 69 Rambler-American -

Married E 4 and above. Are Station Wagon 199 Cu. In. TlltoJ'

you having trouble making ends 6 Cyl., 4 Spd., or 3 Spd. W/ WESTS IDEVOLKSWAGEN

meet? We can work your hoursin Overdrive, Contact Captain
with your duty schedule. For Posthuma ,Ext. 3313. After 5 .
772 0588. -
appointment 264-6485 INC.

DIALTOM CAVINESSI! GEORGE'S KENNELS 103rd & Blanding Center ,

If you would like to become a Dogs and Cats boarded. Free 7717970PHONE 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511
and delivery Est. 1925,
or An- pickup
Disc Newscaster
nouncer.Jockey A, corded messageby Poodle Grooming Reasonable, AHEAD Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 7 to 6 PM

Tom Caviness tells you how. 5085 Edgewood Ct. (Near Cas- FOR FASTER SERVICE
sat and Edgewood) 389 0064
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I Cecil 1 Sports Roundup : '; Y IIJlj'' Bear Hunters


By SMC George Blackburn Reminded of Dates


(Intra-muralspoits were highlighted lie came home with abowlingbagfor
CITY Bear hunt-
LAKE
with six football contests the first 'all spare game rr
last week. Here's how theyendedup. The ADMIN'black shoes'are still ers are again reminded of the
VA 44 Hornets who were searching for their first win in 1969 Special Bear Hunt in Os-
last season's champions, defeated this series. I guess Snoopy has ;; ccola National Forest in an an-
Weapons 20 to 12. VA 174 had enough practice. ;JY" nouncement by Major Robert M.
downed the 'Gomer Pyles' 24 to The standings: ..r-J Brantly, Northeast Region Man-
VA-44 80 '.. < .'. 'if'J ...4 (J ager for the Game and Fresh
8. Don Jackson was most outstanding ....'< 5t
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,
VA-74111// 02 Water Fish Commission.The
player for this contestas ., "
he exhibited some of the best VA-45! 6 J 2 .' hunt permit, available at
I'4
., .4<..... the Commission's Lake City of -
;:
talents seen yet this season. ADMIN/BOQ :5 :3 ".". '" (0' .I. 0\:
VA 172 made it two straightas NAMTD H 1 5' :.1 J fice and costing five dollars allows -
they defeated AMD and VC-4 Ops 4 4 the hunter to take advan-
VA 12 downed VC 4 and VA- Dental 4 4 d. -= tage of 9 days of bear hunting.A .
:5 valid hunting license is also
VA- 1743 :1:
45 ended their record with a victory -
NAMTD .4\ 2 II: :5 required of each hunter between
over AMD. Simon Cdr. Craig Station Trophy
Capt. presents of
15 and 65
G years age.
FAETU 2 .. .
VA-174 The Standings: 20 AMD 2 (G j "..'Jt..J'.y.... .y.-YJ

VA-172 20 Admin 0 8 1 !. SPORTS AWARDS In front
VA-4 10 Cecil Football fans will be able J+ from left, ADJC Jim Lee representing -
VA-12 10 to compete along with Jax in this AMD, trophy for National
VA-45: 1 1 years 'You Pick Urn contest the League Championship in Softball;

.. ',... Marines 1 1 contest begins for the League ADJ1 J. Shelton of VA 44,
Weapons 0 1 games scheduled from September20th. 1 Handball Champs; AMSC Linder -
AMD 0 2 There will be boxes posted of VA 44 with the trophyfor
VC-4 0 2 around the station where contes- runner up in National League -
ADMIN 0 1 tants can drop their choices each Softball; Back row: 1st Lt.
VA remain the Bowl- week. There will be awards Randall of the Marine Barracks
44
as
ing Leagues' 'top dogs' as they granted by the Holt Publishing # with Tennis runner up trophy;
continue their sweep of victoriesin Company to the all-time winner. ii iir Cdr. Nell Craig of AMD with the
will be
this series. Pete Henderlite Remember Cecilites, we a trophy for Station Softball
in with Jax, so let'sbe
competition
was the first to win one of Spe- thinking about this and watch Championship; Capt. Simon, Station -
awards. Executive Officer who pre-
cial Services Bowling
the AFTERBURNER for more- t sented the awards; ATN3: II.

""" Thoerner of VA 36, American
Softball League runner up;
BANK AMERICARD.AMERICAN EXPRESS-STANDARD OIL,
MASTERCHARGE Credit Card HonoredROOSEVELT and Cdr. T. F. Brown III, Exe-
u cutive Officer of VA 44.

MAll I ""f-".......... ....V\t,.r."."..rl\
Open dates for the hunt are
October 10, 11 and 12, 17, 18
and 19, and 24, 25 and 26.
I. Hunters planning to camp will
0 0 .........*'..... ..'. be allowed to do so anywhere
within the limits of the Osceola
National Forest. Guns wil be
THRU SATURDAY : k, allowed in the forest only on

NEW HOURSeMOHDAY -5:30PM open days, except that cased
.,
and unloaded guns may be taken -
to the camp on Thursday
previous to the weekend and:! tak-
'en out of the forest on Monday
after the weekend.
Major Brantly added that although -
the check station will not
,. will be
-.0: be open wildlife officers
patrolling in the forest and will
check hunters as is the procedure -
during the regular season.
Hunters are also reminded that
they use dogs on the hunts, and
SWIMMING ACHIEVEMENT..Red Cross Director Linda Payne that there is no limit on the num-
presented Kenneth Williams and Judith Batchelder ber of hunters who may partici-
Need of
pate as has been the case

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Fowl Hunters By Rick..Kunz... ... ... .. ..MMMM mm.r
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TALLAHASSEE -- Florida the opening kickoff of the partners are not about to be for-
hunters may look forward to pro footbal season only a little gotten very soon. When NFL
Thanksgiving turkey for lunch more than a week away the armchair supporters called the Jets Super
and wild duck for dinner on No\ quarterbacks across the Bowl win just a fluke,'Joe
27. The 1969 70 season for country are getting set to tune set out to dump other NFL teams.
waterfowl and snipe hunting will their wives out and their sets Although the Jets were clip
open one half hour before sun- in. by the St. Louis
rise on Thanksgiving day. This season has a somewhat Willie picked apart his city rival -
According to Dr. Richard nostalgic setting since it will be Giants and then blasted the
Schulz, chairman, Game and the final one with the teams defensive great Vikings in pre-
Fresh Water fish Commission, aligned in ihe respective !leagues, season play. I think Joe and the
the season for ducks! and coots 19-$9 SEPTEMBER 'tsd9 National and American. Baltimore Jets will be around for awhile,
will be a continuous season with Cleveland and Pittsburghare at least It won't be hard to find
47 days of hunting. The water 123456 4 set to move to the junior Joe.There's
fowl season closes at sundown 7891011'1213 .American League In '70. a long season ahead
Jan. 12. The season for snipe Also on hand for their first with plenty of new stars to show
hunting closes on Jan. 15. 14 15 16 17 18 19"20 shot at the big time is'a crop their talents and plenty of old
Schulz said, "There will be no 2t22'32425627 ; of rookies that caused more con- ones to rise up just one more
open season for goose hunting this 28292O troversy before they signed their time when the big game comes
year. The U. S. Bureau of Sport contracts than any of their pre- around. Upsets are what keep
Fisheries and Wildlife which sets decessors. Of course O. J. the season interesting and there
the framework of regulations for 'at Simpson of the Buffalo Bills heads certainly will be some of thoseto
hunting migratory birds has closed jjjj the list but since he has been in keep the arm chair quarter
the season for goose hunt ing in the fold the folks in northern backs jabbering all season. An
Florida and Georgia." New York think the sun rises early prediction: Kansas City
The daily bag limit on ducks, and sets on him. O. J. has look- and Los Angeles in the Super c' '
other than mergansers is four, ed good the few times he has Bowl with the Rams to take it
and may not include more than been able to run with the mail all.
q k i and with"Earthquake"
two wood ducks, one canvasbackor along
redhead, and one black duck. yart should add a pretty substantial -
The possession limit is two days punch to an otherwise weak Sorry VP-7
bag, but may not ,include more attack. Rookie of the Year shouldbe
than four wood ducks, two black a tough choice but O. J. OOPS! WE GOOFED. The
ducks, and one redhead or can- gets the pre season nod. sports page of last week's
vasback. The big name in this area Air News contained an
The daily bag for coots will is naturally Jacksonville's favorite error in a photo caption.The .
be ten, with a total possessionlimit son Ron Sellers. Sellers, FAETU golf team
of 20. The daily bag for SEPTEMBER From the cast of "The Sweet Ride" comes our after holding out all summer was not the spring cham-
snipe is eight, with a possessionof September calendar girl, Miss Corinna Tsopei. for more bread, finally gota pion but rather placed
looks
chance to show what he
16. like when he's getting paid last second. Our apologies to
The limit on American, red -
breasted and hooded mergansers, Intramural Football ScheduleTuesday Sunday in the Gator Bowl. The VP-7 who holds the golf
big didn't to a crown from the
in the aggregate of these spec- leaper get put spring
ies, is five daily, and 10 in pos- Sept. 9, 4:30: p.m. tough test but he did catch both action.

session, of which not more than North Field NARTU/ FICEUR passes thrown his way. Sellerscan
hardly take a step or a WNIT SLIDE THROUGH
one daily and two in possessionmay South Field Medical vs VAP 62 deep breath and it doesn't make

Schulz be hooded said, "Inthe mergansers.past Florida Wednesday Se%t. 10, 4:30: p.m. news around town but then therehasn't .YOUR MlUTftW CAK6R-
else -
been anyone a .
elected to take a split season North Field VP -16 vs Admin round here to catch footballs
for waterfowl hunting inorderto South Field MARTD vs Weapons like he does either. MAKE Off DUTY h

offer sportsmen an opportunity Thursday Sept. I 11 I, 4:30: Joe 'I get better looking everyday CDUCATtoM
to hunt on Thanksgiving and p.m. Namath, quarterback and ,,
still take advantage of the latest North Field A/C Malnt. vs VP 45 now author, of the New York Jets, RuLciI
possible hunting dates. The South Field VW 4 vs Hospital keeps showing that he and his
1969 70 migratory bird frame American League
work provided a longer season
which eliminated the necessity '.4.''.' Admin
..
for a split season." :\. VP-16 LOW RENT, LOW TAXES, etc., means..and .. lI

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In addition to the regular state- P.4-. MARTD
wide season' for duck and coot A/C Maim.
there will be an extended season VP45Weapons.

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National
League
scaup season will open Jan. 15
and continue through Jan. 31 in FICEUR
certain delineated scaup only NARTUMedical
LOW PRICES!
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Bowling Schedule Red Darters


Monday Sept S, 6 p.m. Blast VappersJax O p A )

Lanes 1 & 2 Round Five vs Red Darters
# -- It was just too much
3 & 4 Maps vs Caduceus 1
i:' 5 & 6 Mar. 13ks 1## 1 vs Hunters Don Stewart and 13 too many
; .7& 8 hurricane Aces vs Head Pins hits for VAP 62 to overcomeas
9&1O FlapJax 1## 2 vs FWF VP 45 blasted to a 10 a 1
11 & 12 Trainers vs AOMD #1# 1 to 0 win and the ComFalrJax
." 13 & 14 Electrons vs hospital Softball Championship Thursday
f' night at Mackroth Field. 1
"
The Vappers only had one scor-
Wednesday Sept. 10, 6 p.m. 1
ing threat and that came in the i
Lanes 1 &2 Pin Benders vs MARTD first inning: when they advanceda
.. 3 & 4 Uncles vs Sky Warriors man to third base but was left
stranded. Stewart retired the
I! 5 & 6 Seminoles vs CPO's'
side in order in the next
Hurricanes
& vs
'It' 7 8 Torp Tuners
9 & 10 Red Darters ### 2 vs Tars five frames and only a bloop
11 & 12 Chokers vs Non D's single: in the seventh kept any
\ :.''. 13 & 14 Caduceus 1##2 vs AOMD 1## 3 distant hope alive for VAP -

'\ Thursday, Sept I II'I, 6 p.m. 62.The Red Darters tallied twicein 69 IMPALA

Hot Shots the third inning and unloadedfor
Lanes 1&2 King Pins vs Custom Coupe
3 & 4 FlapJax ### 1 vs Nay Fin Off seven runs on eight hits in
Fah Pah the fourth and a lone tun in V-8. Auto trans., Factory air.PS .
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AOMD "2
'-', 11 & 12 Fald Folk vs
Pratt all collected two hits for
Chiefs #2
13 & 14 Outcasts vs
,';- the Darters. 67 CAPRICECustom
,- Stewart finished the game
yielding only twohits while strik-
Coupe
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Sept. 9 the whitewash was over. Thebig
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2 p.m. 7 vs FAW 11 Blauvelt and Ray Badovinatz. Sedan
2:30 p.m. FAETU vs Supply Each socked a home run and went

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Thursday Sept. I II.I\:'. :.r*(; > \: reached base five times twice 68 MALIBUSport
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