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Creation Date: September 11, 1969
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27 NO. 25 u. s. NAVAL AIRSTATION.JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA" SEPTEMBER II. 196*r

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Machine Saves Navy $65,000By :'.y 18 a4 r

JOC Chuck SchroyerJax e ,
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-An amateur telescope maker who put his hobby to good use for the Naval Air Rework Facility r j /
here will save the government $65,000 this year.

Last September airframes mechanic John D. Hamilton came up with an idea on how to restore
windshields on A4 Skyhawks jets. He took his idea and $50 worth of lumber and other materials and a ;>
went into his garage at 709 King S't,Jacksonville, to test his skill in lens grinding.As a y

a result of nine months program has been completed in Another recently completedVE "'-
and approximately 500 hours of an effort to let everyone from project to repair heat exchangers -
experimentation, Hamilton top management to parts clerk on A7 Corsair jets is \
successfully devised a methodto know the basics of VE and their saving the government $100,000a .,
restore the windshields for relationship to slashing costs. year.
$157. Prior to his effort they As a result many more Successful VE projects at the
were being replaced at the cost thousands of dollars may .be facility begin with a meeting in FOR VALOR Mr. and Mrs. Yarber accept Navy Cross from
of $635 each. saved through other inventive which a team of engineers, General Smith on behalf of their late son, while the corporal's
lie moved his homemade ways of accomplishing the suppy and management experts brother, Terry, looks on during Friday ceremony
grinder from his garage to the facility's job of reworking determine what would be
Rework Facility in May. He has aircraft for the Navy. the minimum cost to use a
since ground 70 windshields Hamilton's grinder is ac-. particular high cost item. Parents Accept Medal
which must pass a rigid in- complishing a project that the Officials at the rework plant
spection before being placed facility has been trying to do for say the sessions usually

back on aircraft for fleet use. years. Efforts to get private produce several cost cutting For Son PosthumouslyJax
Hamilton's effort is part of industry to grind the wind ideas and the meetings
the Rework Facility's newly shields for reuse has also been stimulate more informationand

developed Value EngineeringVE fruitless.VE and cost reduction idea flow than under -- A Marine lance corporal, who gave his life while pro
( ) program as part of its officials estimate that normal rework methods.To viding cover against a large North Vietnamese Army force
continuing drive to cut costs of Hamilton will get $1,000 get the most out of the attacking his observation post, posthumously received the

overhauling aircraft. through the Navy's beneficial value engineering program, the naval service's highest decoration for valor in combat here
Value engineering disregardslong suggestion program as the local facility has an extensive Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Yarber of Jacksonville accepted -
standing procedures, of result of his grinder:
training program. An 80 hour the Navy Cross on behalf of their late son, Lance Corporal
selecting materials and Among other VE projects seminar is utilized to train
methods and takes a fresh currently under study at the employees in the principles and Vernon L. Yarber. Brig. Gen.
approach at work routines. The facility is a. plan to restore application, of value Leland W. Smith, USMCR from ume of fire upon the hostile soldiers -
constant goal is to get the job stainless steel tubing used for, ,engineering* Since a set Atlanta presented the medal to according to the citation
I done cheaper without forsaking fuel lines,on jets..A stockpile of, procedure is. followed to. Yarber's parents during a personnel ordered to return to the
quality workmanship.. $250,000 worth of damaged each traineeis inspection at the Naval perimeter, he ordered hismento
develop a project Air Technical Training Center. depart the listening post while he
To make the program suc- tubing may soon be repairedand of working
capable on
The young Marine was awarded remained behind to provide cov-
cessful at the local facility a returned to assembly lines ideas
numerous money saving the posthumous decoration for his ering fire.
concentrated indoctrination with additional VE savings.
after seminar.
completing a heroic actions on the nightof
As the last man departed,Corporal -
Following training, the new Aug. 26, 1968 while servingas Yarber attempted to with-
VE men join a team which a squad leader with CompanyL draw from his Isolated positionand
must complete a dollar saving of the Third Marine Divisionin was mortally wounded.His .
project without reducing the Quang Tri province. daring Initiative and heroic

reliability or utility of the item Quick Thinking actions were Instrumental In preventing -
being value engineered.Five a surprise attack on his
employees have com- Corporal Yarber was occupy- company.Mis .
pleted value engineering ing a listening post in front of slon
seminars during the past year. his company's defensive positionnear AccomplishedThe
They are R. W. Clark, G. E. the Rockpile in the province citation, signed by the Sec-
f Horn, H. C. Ward, C. J. Wep- when the Marines came under a retary of the Navy said "By
pelton and J. M. Harris. heavy volume of enemy mortar his courage, sincere concern for
i Coordinating the overall fire. the welfare of his comrades, and
Realizing the seriousness of steadfast devotion to duty, Corporal -
program is M. H. McKelvie, a
the situation, he rapldlymaneuvered Yarber contributed signif-
full time value The
engineer.
his men to a relativelysafe icantly to the accomplishmentof
other men are assigned to VE position from which to more his unit's mission and upheldthe
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teams in addition to their effectively observe the surrounding highest traditions of the Ma-
regular duties at the facility. area. rine Corps and the United States
McKelvie said the key to Naval Service. He gallantly gave
s.i applying VE to solve problemsof Bold Leadership his life for his country."

high costs hinges on the Following the mortar attack, -Inside-.
i talents and interest of everyoneat the corporal detected a rein- ?,
the forced North Vietnamese Army
facility.
Editorials. .Page 2
Always on the look out for platoon moving toward the Marine a e e
cost cutting suggestions under perimeter, and immediately directed -
the VE concept, McKelvie, his radio operator to inform Civilians e .page 8
solicits suggestions from all his commanding officer of

i employees at the facility and the impending attack. Club Schedules e e .Page 4
urges those with an idea to call lie then boldly led his small

him at Extension 2105 or 3478. force in delivering a heavy vol- Movies. . .Page II

News in Brief I


Do you play the guitar? Or tertainment competition that moon are available from the
dance? Maybe you are an could lead to participation in Government Printing Office. A
amature or even professional the All Navy Talent Contest in dozen 11" x 14" full color

singer. If you do have talent in San Diego, Calif., Nov. 5. lithographs of the historic
anything from magic to music, Apollo 11 mission may be
why not try out for the Sixth purchased for a dollar. Order
Naval District Talent Contest. NAS Special Services now from the Superintendent of
The contest this year is being has a supply of complimentarypasses Documents, U. S. Government
for the Home-A- Rama Printing Office Washington D.
hosted by the Naval Training
Show at the Jacksonville Civic
C. 20402.
Center, Orlando.Oct. 19 22.
., Auditorium, Sept. 18 21. In-
-fr All Naval personnel on active
terested personnel get .
may
duty who have entertainment
their tickets at the ticket officein
reunion of and
talent are invited to par A men
Bldg. 704.WASHINGTON. WAVES who served in VN14
.. ticipate. Interested personnelmay ,
contact Mrs. M. B. NAS Jax, during the period of
BIG SAVER -- John D. Hamilton checks Skyhawk windshield DeWolfe, NAS Jax Special 1941 1944, will be held at the
before beginning grinding process that will savethe Navy $65,000 Services, Ext. 3112 by Oct. 3. The first Lake Newman Recreation
this year. I Join in the fun of en- pictures brought back from the Building, Cecil Field, Oct. 23.A .


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Page 2 JAX NEWS/AFTERBURNER



It's Up To You ) y rn. e'/IJ ':S.e.r: V H: es




One of the most admirable pursuits of the Department of Defense y Vr' ,
is its urging military personnel to further their education.The $l ROMAN CATHOLIC
encouragement by the Pentagon is designed to offer per- a St. Edwards Chapel
sonnel the opportunity to perform their assignments more effec-
tively, prepare them for more responsibility and to increase their SUNDAY MAS? -9 K,11 a.m.
chances for promotion and better living. DAILY MAS11:30: a.m.
The Importance of education for the Armed Forces is evident by Confe::. ion will be held on
the high education levels already existent. Defense-wide. 7370* of Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30: a.m.
the commissioned officers have college degrees 91"7" <> have cc m- 'J instead: of Saturday.U. .
pleted some college work' 227o of the enlisted personnel have com-
pleted some college work, approximately 2"/0 have college degrees, S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
83%being high school graduates. St. Luke's Chapel
Thirty years ago a high school graduate, with ambition, could IiS
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land a job -- and a good job -- without too much difficulty.Not r SUNDAY( MASS8:00 a.m.

today.In PROTESTANT WORSHIP
these times, almost the first question asked by a potential em- S SERVICES10:00
ployer is: "Where did you go to school?" And he doesn't mean iS a.m.

high school. He means, from what college were you graduated.The PROTESTANTAll
young man today who does not have a college degree Is virtually -
destined to a lifetime of lower-pay. With a college degree, Hos- Saints' Chapel
Naval
plus ambition, the sky's the limit. PATIENT RECORDER --- Capt. Join L. Young,
For those without ambition -- forget it. pital administrative officer admires the tape recorder donatedto
For those with ambition, the road is wide open -- It's up to you. the hospital for use by the patients. The recorder was presented SUNDAY
The opportunity for a college education Is available to anyone who by Mrs. Dottie Dike (I) and Mrs. Jay Lockwood (r) of Church Bids. *School9:00 722 .a.m.

really wants it. the Mayport Navy Wives Club. Church10:00
Junior a.m.
Take it -- and good luck.
Bldg. Jj 722
Divine Worship Service 10

What Is Your Religion? Jax Jaw Box Episcopal a.m.a.m. Bldg.Communion* 750 _8:30


Small Chapel Bldg l!: 750
Junior Youth Fellowships
.We usually divide ourselves up Into Protestants,Catholics and Jews p.m.
when we are asked what Is our religion. For those who claim the What's,,your pre-season pick for the Super Bowl and why? BldR. 722
TUESDAY
label "Protestant" there is the misconception that all so called
Protestants are alike. Actually, there Is a greater difference between 45 Robert W. Clark, NARF Senior choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
various Protestant denominations than there is between Roman min Services. "Baltimore AdS Bldj k 750
Catholicism and some Protestant denominations. We ought not ignore 27, San Diego Chargers, 14. I THURSDAY'Christian
these differences. At the same 'time, we must realize that we all cause John Unitas is back s : : Science Service -
follow the same Lord. We are all Christians together. the Colts and I feel that San,1"" 8 p.m.: Bids. 750
The true answer to the question, "What is your religion?" shouldbe 'Diego is going to be the best '" SUNDAY'
"I am a Christian, Jew, Moslem, or whatever." When asked, in the AFL.' "f t Evening Worship 6 p.m.
"What is your denomination?" the answe7 should be, "I am a PR2 James P. Donohue, AMD Bids. l## 750
Catholic, Baptist, Seventh Day Adventist, etc." t' Parachute Loft. "Los Angeles j TUESDAY
Even deeper than the Christian following of the Lord Jesus as --,:} Rams vs. Kansas City Chiefs. EC i \... Pentecostal Fellowship:: --7p.m.
Master and Savior Is the unity of the great western and middle east- : Los Angeles. has the best defense Bldq. V 722
Ayers
ern religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The Moslems havea Clark fa either league- Kansas City is
saying that begins, "There Is no God but Allah." A Jew would >. he best in the AFL." a \
say that there is no God but the Lord (Yahweh or Jehovah). Chris- t AA Clarence L. Turner, Food
tians again say almost the same thing when they affirm the three- p p:;*;; Services. "Minnesota Vikings. TrafficViolations
fold manifestation of one God in Trinity. f : Fhey have a great team and good
With all these similarities, we need to come to have more respect ( nanagement."
for each other and to realize' our essential unity under God. .tl : 14'r f c _LAN Ken Ayers, Jr. NARF ,
This does not mean that we should compromise our basic beliefs, Y!J'eight and Balance Shop. "Min-
but rather that we ought to live the law of love which is a part of ,; : (-4. nesota Vikings vs. Boston Pa .f t ;/
all our beliefs. .1"1', t : 5 "* triots. The Vikings came all the t. The following is a report of
.0 way from the bottom to Super. ., motor vehicle accidents and
!II Bowl contenders last They ; ,
year. traffic violations for the period
Donations UrgedIn Donahue are picked to be strong this year. .Johnson August 26 September 1.
by ABC NFL Sports if they can
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis
get past Baltimore. The Patriots
a recent message to all left by this enormous disaster have a good defense and speed .. week 8.
naval stations, the Secretary of however, and approximately 4 for the AFL." 4. Total accidents this year

the Navy made an appeal to $15 million must raised to t CS2 Paul P. Johnson, Food \'; through Sept. 1 377.

military personnel to aid the compensate this deficiency.The Services. "Houston Oilers, Dallas f Number of accidents through
hurricane victims from the gulf drive to collect the ad- c Cowboys. The two best teams August 1968 251.
coast of Mississippi and ditional $15 million is being y* f. in the leagues!I" Total number of days since last
Louisiana through generous conducted on a nationwide f: injury in a motor vehicle accident
..
U
donations to the American Red basis and is not related to 'j.J'A Eileen D. Mixon, Navy Ex- : .. .
,
$
Cross. campaigns designed to meet t ; "t change. "Jets and Baltimore.NaTurner 1.. V 96.NUMBER
OF VIOLATIONSThis
"
math
do
It
can again.
The heavy winds and flooding the normal needs of the Red Hixon week 22
rain of the hurricane have left Cross. The Secretary of the Speeding 5
thousands of persons homelessand Navy urges all personnel to
Reckless 0
in need of food, clothingand contribute to the fund through Driving
Record VerificationOnce Going through stop sign 0
medical assistance. As a individual and or group
congressionalauthorized donations."As Other Violations 17

volunteer disaster assistance citizens, we all want to Twenty-five drivers appeared
agency, the Anericican Red assist in every way we can to again it's time for NAS enlisted personnel to before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
Cross has been hard at work aid those stricken by the verify their service records. 'Personnel have been Sept. 4. Disposition of the

providing emergency care and hurricane," the Secretary directed to report to the ESO testing room In Bldg cases included the following: 9
rehabilitation services to states. "The best way we can 955 according to the following schedule: lost driving and parking
inhabitants of thedevastated do this as individuals is by a DATE TIME LAST NAME privileges aboard station for

areas. Red Cross funds are not contribution to the AmericanRed Sept.11 9 am E-F various periods; 8 were assignedto
sufficient to handle the damage Cross." Sept. 11 1 p.m. G complete an eight hour coursein

_. Sept. 15 1 p.m. H remedial driving, 3 were given

1 1I I Sept. 16 1 p.m. I IJMAME warnings, 2 were dismissed, and
1j j Sept. 17 9 am K 1 referred to commanding of-

1 ficers for possible disciplinary
Sept. 17 S
p.m.9a.m.
a AX A. I :Ft NEWSThe L
Sept. 18 j action. Nine drivers were
Sept. 18 1 p.m. S : ME MU assessed 27 traffic points:

Sept. 23 9 a.m. ,ui .- N-O J3 L-. .

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tributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air I Station, Jacksonville Sept. 24 9 a.m .. R 1 y

Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a private Sept. 24 1 p.m. SASISJSY I
firm. All Copy submitted for'use in the JAX AIR NEWS must Sept. 25 9 a.m

be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, flax 2, NAX Jacksonville Sept. 25 1 p.m. T-U-V ,.
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Personnel with last
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Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and' queries, should records.already have reported to verify their

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Gossip Club? Gabby Broads Toastmistress Club Ok.yed I

I NAS CECIL Approval has communication, leadership
Not Navy Wives of America i been received for a Toast- training and skill in organiza-

mistress Cub aboard the station. tional techniques.The .
Editor's Note The monthly Each year the club holds a national Meetings will be held during the organizational meeting for
social education meeting ol convention where repre- business day twice a month fora the Cecil Club is scheduled for '
NWCA # 121 has been moved up satives from all over the world CECIL C period of 1 1/2 to 2 hours. noon, Sept. 17, at the Officers
one week this month to Sept. 16 meet to discuss new ideas to improve Membership Is open to all women Recreational Facility.
The meeting will feature a filmon the club. The club sponsora aboard the station,military, A minimum of 15 or maximumof
cancer presented by Lt. Z. A. number$400 scholarships for civilian, and military dependents. 30 is needed to acquire a
Brown and Mrs. L. Jane Howard children of enlisted personnel.The The Toastmistress concept is an charter from the International
from the Cecil Field Dependents; funds are raised by the local educational one, aimed at Im Toastmistress Clubs, Inc. Addi-
Clinic. Because of the importance clubs. proving personal ability and con- tional information may be had by
of this film, all enlisted The Navy Wives News, a fidence, with major emphasis on dialing Extension 377.Cowboys .
mens wives are urged to attend. monthly publication, sent to
After the film a pot luck luncheon members in the more than 100
will be served, and therewill local clubs, keeps them informedon .
be a nuersery for children. The different clubs and their pro- f .e I
meeting will be held at 9:30 to jects. Articles raising ideas,
11:30 at the chapel fellowship poems, and articles from the national t tk
officers. Bringing all
hall.The club would like to thank the clubs closer together is the
VC 4 for their generous don- main goal of Navy Wives News. IN THEIR HONOR..LedRobert
ations at the Sept. 8 sandwich Local clubs devote many hoursto F. McElroy and Yf(I
sale. Two more members will money raising projects, to Gerald E. Hill joined the retired -
be sent to the national conventionat help support their club and many list last Friday. ThC
Little Creek in October. Spe- other organizations. Cub mem- -i
cial thanks to Lt. Commander S. bers devote a lot of their time to O.'s personnel Inspectionwas ,

A. Irlandi. Navy Relief knitting and sewing held in their' honor.' P'Mori. .... '"
serving with the Red Cross Lad- on Inspection, p ge iDe' ., '
By J02 Richard SpunaugleNAS ies and baking cookies and cakes ) ,<

CECIL It isn't a gossip for men in hospitals and in Viet- .... :;"
session, and it isn't a bunchof nam. A number of clubs support 1Ii'
gabbing women getting to orphans here and overseas,and ll' .....,:
gether to trade secrets. Then sponsor Bo'y'and girl Scout "
what is Wives Clubs of A- Troops.
Navy A
merica? Well, it is the only national Each club usually month has two,abusi-regular r f/Le"--YOU F !II. x_'<,' r f ty :
meetings per -
of Ma-
organization Navy, ,, t .
rine Corps, and Coast Guard en- ness meeting and a social edu- ( t' -"<
Social meet- --- .
cational meeting. .
listed men's wives, a group of -- < '
.
better the life ings Include cosmetic demonstration off DUTY> .\ '' "" "
women striving to i'\4RU\ ... 'i
depen- ,
lecturers on >
of naval personnel and their de- vucAt oN j'" ,
pendents. dents benefits, Red Cross safe- rf JiI;"",,';'; / K r M 'L
NWCA was chartered in 1936 ty films, guest speakers some-
and is a member of the Navy times national officers and
Marine corps Council. This wgatever else might prove of in-

council is formed by eight Navy- terest.
NWCA is always soliciting new
oriented volunteer organiza- ,, ;
members to Improve sejvices ,.
life .
dedicated improving
tions to
Enlisted wives not members with ,::.t '
in the Naval Service. "
The national president I is:: always spare time on their hands and "
could consider joining. The localclub's
in touch with the Secretaryof
the Navy, Chlefof Naval Operations meetings are announcedin
the station paper, and a free I
Chief of Naval Personnel "
and a number of congress nursery is available during meet- ";",
men, whom she brief s on the ideas ings.i .
and aims of the club. She is the Sj
voice of more than 4,000
members for such things as zF': (
'
better housing, decreasing un Jr
necessary separation of families III
,
need for dependent dental care, J "4

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Academy Admissions Expert




Will Speak Here MondayJax



-- Young enlisted men who the Naval Academy PreparatorySchool.

be interested in attendingthe .
might U.S. Naval Academy will In order to be eligible for the

r4e : :k1 have admissions a chance here to hear Monday.Lt. an experton preparatory be single school, between, candidatesmust the ages

-- T.A. Womble, candidate of 17 and 21, of excellent moral

guidance officer at the Academywill and physical character, and
strongly career motivated. They
lectureat
r an hour-long
7 give
conference room in Build- must also have at least 24 months
the
200 beginning at 9 a.m. obligated service In the month of
ing July prior to their
into
scheduled entry
\ Other appearances
...4.......-... ... for the lieutenant Sept. 15 willbeat the school, and have a minimum
'" Y' JJ the Cecil Field Station Thea- GCT/ARI score of 120. They
t May- will be interviewed and coun-
tee and at the
i \ ter at 11 a.m.
/
i seled determine
Naval Station Drive Safe to finally their
.S/? port eligibility.
classroom at 2 p.m.
\ 4'1 1 Each year the Secretary of the Naval Academy graduates are

H VaoY" ws ;k 51 Navy appoints 85 menof the Regu- commissioned ensigns IntheU.S.
r; y H9i yr lar Navy and Marine Corps to Navy or second lieutenants in
j the Naval Academy at Annapolis, the Marine Corps and are required -
to serve for five years
Md.
Enlisted interested in applyingfor after graduation.SAVE .
selection to the Academy

r- t4: ..... should first consider the basic
eals
r '"' -
4 qualifications which all candi -
.
,::'!\'" : dates are required to meet.

t Among the mandatory pre -
requisites for acceptance to the
Cdr. Cush with AEI I Shaw Academy are a minimum of 15
college prep units and completion MONEY REGULARLY

YW-4 Sailor Earns $395 Sugg BonusJax of a year's attendance at


-- An AE1 of VW-4 is beneficial
suggestion program.
now $395 richer because he took AE1 D. H. Shaw was awardedthe skipper.
advantage of the government's bonus for helping to devisea Boylan and Hanon are flight
and recently
method of heat meteorologists I I I I1DIAT
restoring gen- Schedules
-- ---- -,- -I3e erating probes used in the cali- included completed extensive qualifications classroom which Club

I bration of jet engine instruments. training and the accumulation of
eNONea35 II As a result of this suggestion, at least 100 hours of in-flight'
the Navy has saved almost $18, experience in penetrating hurricanes -

II 000 In one year. and typhoons. Bluejackets Inn
s
1 (WJ(] Shaw, a 14-year veteran, devised urday dance to the music of
the method while assignedto Rounding out the squadron's Mark Castle.
of the Masses will
11401251 KINO aT I the Naval Missile Center, current events were the reenlist- Messenger
I JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 322O4WANTED I Point Mugu, Calif.In ments of two CPOs. AMSC E. be appearing on stage tonight, uso
other around the A. Expinosa, a 15-year veteran, and tomorrow the club will pre-
: I happenings sent Phil Cay and the Chantels. There will be free refresh-
I Hurricane Hunter squadron, re-upped for five years. PNC Performing Saturday night ,and ments for everyone at the USO
USED CAMERAS AND Warrant Officers R.L.Boylan and E.R. Herd signed upfor four moreto again on Sunday will be the Hot tonight. Be there Sunday morning
EQUIPMENT. WE PAY add on to the 13 he has already -
. D.L. Hanon were presented with Water Blues. The Crescendoswill at 10 for free coffee and do-
I TOP DOLLAR 388.8535 I. Naval Aviation Observer Wings served. Cdr. Cush admIn- provide the music on Mon- nuts. The feature movie for Sun-
. BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! b.y Cdr. C. J. Cush, squadron istered the oaths. and will featurethe day night will be "Treasure of
day, Tuesday
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L -- sound of the f Camelots.'The. Fort Canyon" beginning at 7
J.1: Four Clubs will appear on Wed- Hear the best and latest recordyat
I nesday. the USO Wednesday night when

AIR BASE Acey-Ducey Club Disc Jockey Al Albert will be
8 C- there from 8 to 11.FRA.

PAWN SHOt Leading out the weekend en-
I tertainment this week will be
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. NEW OWNERS I the Cubsman, tomorrow night and Music by Tommy C and the
Tommy C on Saturday. Music by Seminoles will be featured at the
WELCOME YOU! the Eight Balls will be featuredon FRA tomorrow night. Be there

MONEY TO LOAN Sunday. Saturday morning at 10 for the

WE ALSO PURCHASE I CPO Club working party, and see Red Edwards -
and the Meadow Brook Few
MtWIMtlHIimiHIIIHHHHHIIHItmiUHHIMIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIMIIHIIIIII 6467 ROOSEVELT BLVDy Mel Gaden will be entertaining that night. Jim Mann and the

on stage tomorrow, and on Sat- Goodtimers will be entertainingon
Sunday, and don't miss game
light on Tuesday. Remember
251:0: unch is served daily at the

:7RA from 11 to 2 p.m. Come on
j FOR MONEY OOO Jut and bring a friend.

Dial for Your Loan Then Stop In! Officers Club

QUICK AUTO LOANS Seafood buffet is the menu spe-

r i ylj CONVENIENT/ FURNITURE LOANS cialty for tomorrow, and there

/ X=it4litt eo Kiurtei, /, 1M0s CONFIDENTIAL SIGNATURE will be dancing from 8:30 to
wa mr M'yarn t>c ca 7ma h"r LOANS
12:30 with music by a "sur-
YOU ARE ELIGIBLE-Loans are made to both men and prise" band. Saturday is, steak
women, married or single. Our service is designed for night, with dancing later in the
UR PATIO people in all walks of life and meets most borrower's evening. A new addition to the
..L t club's Tuesday night menu is the

B NO ENDORSERS REQUIREDi-You/ may borrow on your "foreign dish" which will be

K FAM. ROOM | BT JB-Jci>3, SRI, your signature car. alone, or on such security as your furniture or served wee Y.1ttHI"E.

a cL
"I GET HONEY YOU
NEED-Borrow the
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0 L H BR2 $25, $75, SIOO, S200, up to S600. Consolidate '
I. t bills, pay doctor or dentist, provide your
r.: : help In emergencies
or for any other purpose.
I CP MONTHLY PA

r---- payments are HENTS-Use the same amount our Budget each Payment Plan :80)(
month and
are
designed to fit
Model C-2 your budget
0 EM .
Don't lust peek! open wide your eyes! you're not dreaming COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL-Our service Is
huge 19 foot family room is a dream come true In this Dell air sonal business deal 'just between a per-
beauty. Separate dining room, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths-our family Ployer and relatives will not us.O'f Your friends em
home is fantastically low in price. from the privacy of your home. know your 'loan. Phone

QUICK ACTION-Phone us first. nr i loan has
been lItIJ103rd
approved everything will||| be dyw'he'n
$14,500$16,500Clay
you Come in. ,If'
prefer, visit
you our office in
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I Second Hand Roses' Rest Following Relief Efforts I I Iy

Mrs. W.C. Anderson Thomas Wofford,Mrs.John Morton be held Sept. 23 at 10 a.m. in #86 sponsors. It was also an- a- guest to the meeting. Mrs.
lax -- Members of NWCA and Mrs. Frances Bush. Alternates the Cecil Field Chapel. Reser- nounced that the club will pre- Melvin Colvin, come back and see
Jax #86
walked into a veritable are Mrs. Conly Ownbyand vations must be in by Tuesday. sent the Gator Den Teen Club us again.
clothing store house Sept. :.when Mrs. Thomas Bennett. Sept. 27, a Western Night Party aboard station with a donation (in Before the meeting adjourned,
they came together for. their Announcements for the month will be held in the Compton Hall honor of Capt. and Mrs. B.C. Mrs. Barnes announced that the
monthly, business meeting show a variety of interesting activities Club House, complete with a Otto, also Jax #86 sponsors. long awaited August issue of
Happily, these several hundred available to members, fried chicken menu and square Mrs. Dandy Dove is the club'snew Ladycom Magazine was here.
boxes of clothing were packedand families and friends. dancing. The time for this event house purchasing cochairman. Fifty complimentary copies were
ready to go to the victimsof Wednesday, the monthly social will be announced later. Congratulations! handed out and the mob scene
Hurricane Camille in the hopeof educational meeting will Mrs. Bud Barnes, president, Mrs. Bill Howard was pre- was something to behold. Why all
relieving their burden a feature a speaker from the Tuberculosis announced that NWCA Jax #86 sented her membership pin for the excitement? Well, Jax #86
little. Association.The topic will present one full scholarshipat bringing five new members into was featured as the Club of the
The board, tired but there,was will be emphysema.An the convention, in honor of Jax #86. More congrats I Month. An honor we will long be
wearing old hats, salvaged from area council meeting will Capt. and Mrs. H.O. Cutler, Jax The club was happy to welcome proud of.
one of the boxes, and: going un-
der the title of The Second Hand
Roses. These Second (Hand Roses
and many other members con-
tributed many hours, sorting and
packing the donations which came
*:::x-a: *:*$* : : :: : :
in. off
flooding My hat's to them.

began The with evening's the selection business session of sev- 11' :

en delegates and two alternatesto S C INTRODUCTORY OFFERSttX&fttX&f
I
be sent to the NWCA National P B ft

be Convention.held in Norfolk This ,year Va.,it Oct.will :..:..3i'. &:'<'.<$*=::>4S\S'\OYY.. ::'*'.<:'<'a : :;;;;13i-; ;;; &*""; ;: .;;=:>>:*>; :>; :"} ....,<<

12-17. The members of Jax #86 TO CELEBRATE THE OPENING'OF' OUR SECOND STORE IN THE JACKSONVILLEAREA
representing the club there will PAUL LEWIS TIRE COMPANY AND BRUNSWICK RUBBER COMPANY MAKE
be Mrs. Bud Barnes, president, THIS SPECIAL OFFER!!
Mrs. Barney Meyer, National
secretary-treasurer. Delegateswill
be Mrs. Bill Howard, vice-
president, Mrs. Alvin Stone,
chaplain, Mrs. John Keipercor- YOURAT
4 .AND GET
respond ing secretary, Mrs. William BUY .
Brown, treasurer, Mrs.
FACTORY SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE CHOICE OF THISBRUNSWICK
j Marines Re-up |

Jax -- Four Marines assignedto FINE MERCHANDISE:
the Marine Barracks here
recently extended their careers
with the Corps when they signed SUPER
reenlistment papers.
'GySgt. James J. Fenton, a 14-
year veteran, re-uppedforanad- PREMIUM
ditional two years. Sgt. Charlie oR kf:
J. McCord took honors for the
longest reenlistment of the quar- P TIRESGUARANTEED
tet with six years and also received -
his promotion to sergeant.
Sgt. Robert V. Crawfordwas 30,000 MILS/
promoted to that rank following -
his oath for another three
years. Cpl. McKinley HackerJr. PHILCO
., agreed to stay with the SOUQ

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clothes etc. furniture, lawnmowers, plants,, INSTANTCREDIT your II.i;; ; Model 94 30 30

EANKAMBHCARD Lever-action Carbine
Come to the Largest .
welcome her I
Garage Sale in Jax.
From 15 to 40 Sales in
All Major Approved Credit Cards
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SN Pat WilliamsJax switched over to the Navy in ed team and individual trophies 663 series, DN Gephart; High Braunich banquet, secretary.The marked. the end

-- There are three new 1949. He served in the enlisted Maj. B.A. Greene representedLt. Individual Game (Handicapped), of the summer bowling league
officers aboard NATTC, and ranks, and was then commissioned Col. R. Eckmann, to award 261, PN2 Landreth; High Individual activities.PN3 .

heading the list is the new Executive a warrant officer in April the team trophies to the MAD Game Scratch Men, Cpl. Morel Ingram, NATTC

Officer, Cdr. Roy Hoover 1960. He was commissioned an (Marine) Devil Dogs. Thiell, 227; High Individual Game Chaplain's Office got a trophyfor
Barbara
for the Num- Scratch Women,
the
later.
Paxson Jr. ensign one year Taking trophy
the lowest one during
Cdr. Paxson reported from His wife, Edith, is a former ber 1 spot was the AO1 Team. Fisher, 167. game She
this bowling season. earned
Milden Hall Air Base, Englandlast WAC. They have three children, Second place were the Devil Dogs, CWO Q Beatty was master of
the trophy for her of 57.
month. He had been stationed Michael, Glenda and David. and third were the NATTC ceremonies for the affair. Elec- game
Marci, team captain for the
there as group operations officer Trophies were handed out during MAA'S. tions were held for new officers.
NATTC WAVES, said that she
since August 1967. Priorto the NATTC Intramural Bowling Individual trophies went like Jack McCorklr. was elected new
that he had been stationedas League banquet Sept. 4. this: High Set Scratch, 610 ser- president, AOC McCammon is was happy and surprised by the

operations officer at NS May- Capt. John E. Kennedy award- ries, YN1 Ott; High Average, new vice president, and Gus award and the spirit that! it was
given in. My goodness Marci!

port.Cdr. Calling all deep-sea fisher-
commissioned -
Paxson was
Here's chance
men. your to catch
an ensign in July 1942 after sailfish swordfish
that ,giant sea
from Gordon Military
graduation turtle, or just about anythingelse
Ga. He
College in Barnesville,
have wantedfishwise -
received his flight training hereat you may
i if catch mermaid
: ( you a ,
NAS
Jax. let us know, we'll do a feature
born here in
Cdr. Paxson was
Jacksonville, and both he and his story.).
will be fish-
There a deep-sea
wife, Elsa, were raised here.
They have three children, Bar- ing trip sponsored by NATTC

bara, Pamela, and Roy H. III. ; Special Services on Oct. 19. All
Cdr. Giles Drohan Morrillthe rc you have to do is go by King

new Catholic Chaplain, also reported ? g Hall, Bldg. 563 and sign up.
last month. Cdr. Morrillwas There will be room for 30 people
with priority going to Navy and
the
headquarters support
activity Chaplain in Taipei, Taiwan ki: ; Coast Guard (A) students
before reporting here. A bus will be supplied for

naval service in transportation out to Mayport.
He began his ;
\\ of the
1954 after being commissioned ty Watch the NATTC Plan

in the Chaplain Corps. Chaplain Day for further information on
:
.
Morrill graduated from Niagara transportation.Brig.
N.Y. Gen. Leland W.'Smith,
University, '
Lt. Clarence Marsh Mcquaigis y M'' in the area to present a Navy

the new enlisted personnel of- Cross posthumously at the

ficer. Another Floridian,Lt.Mc- NATTC inspection Friday, visit-
ed with Marines at the Naval
quaig reports from duties as administrative -
officer, staff, Com- Hospital who are recovering fron
mand Naval Forces Vietnam.Lt. wounds received in Vietnam.

Mcquaig started out in! The general spent several min-

the Air Force in 1948, but he c$4 utes talking with each man. He
asked them questions about their

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Price Misiano returned from Dung Ha
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going treatment for injuries to
Can you afford not to compare?
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his left arm and hand. Maj.B.
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Brig Gen. Smith at lax Naval Hospital. ;oo\ A. Greene, USMC, command-
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d4 of the air station and tenant commands have
: .. and civilian employees
Fourteen military
counselors. 'They've all been charged with
:9 opportunity
been selected as local equal employment
discrimination complaints brought to their at. I
) ,1 ; the responsibility of seeking solutions to any I
tention by anyone aboard the station.

t Employees or applicants for the employee's supervisors or
/ : ,1,1'ib employment who feel that they discuss ployment problems may raise, get questions answers associates if necessary. He'll
have been discriminated against
resolution of advise both the employee and the
t: I I because of race, religion, sex, and seek informal frus employer of the merits of the
_, color or national origin must equal opportunity-related matters brought to his attention,
.
discuss their problems with one trations.
while trying to find solutions to
: of the counselors before they may Counselors serve and as manage-bridge problems whenever possible.The .
between employees
file a formal discrimination com-
with the counselor concentrates on
plaint, according to current civil ment. They are charged
!//iI responsibility of to clear getting solutions to problems on
service regulations.The brought
to their an informal basis and makes
job of the equal employment up any problems
recommendations as
counselors will attention. necessaryfor
opportunity action to reach a solutionor
counselors will try
be establish and Individual
.1 to an open sym-
j' correct a problem. Counselors -
pathetic channel through which to find solutions by discussing
t''r with the employee,with will use the employee's name
employees. or applicants. for em- problems
A only when permitted to do so.

Additionally, counselors will
Mrs. Faircloth with Captains Cutler (R) and Dean. She'll inform the complainant about his

head the Federal Women's Program here. rights to file a formal complaint

where attempts at informal reso-

Faircloth Selected ToHead lution fail.
Mrs.
" The following men and women
have been selected as local e-

qual employment opportunity
Women's Program counselors for the activity under
which ,they are listed:

i Rework Facility
The has the officer's advisor,
Jax -- Navy responsibility commanding
Robert W. Clark, Ext. 3779;
to make the great- will act as a central point of
V. Geiger, Ext. 3702
est use of the skills and, abilities contact and as the point of spe- '.! Raymond Ext. 3649 Clif-
Johnny Bowman ;
which are available from all cial responsibility for advanc-
ford N. Norton Ext. 3266 and
human resources. ing the program, and for coordinating -
Mrs. Elvin Rouhlac, Ext. 2718.
Executive Order 11375 was issued station policy and activities -
to provide for equality of which relate toequalem- < CommissaryChief
opportunity on the basis of sex ployment opportunity for women.
Officer Rubin
as well as race, color, religionand Petty
Cheeks, Ext. 3435 and A.M. Ellison -
national This amendment This of \
: origin. country's objective r $
'
Ext. 3207.
brings to light the need to overcoming prejudice whereverit ; \
reinforce existing programs for exists, eliminating discriminating Navy Exchange
women in the federal service. practices based on pre- .8
H.L. Melonson Ext. 3371 and
This portion of. the Equal Opportunity judice, and promoting equality of 9 ,
William L. 3306.
Turner, Ext.
Program has been designated opportunity without regard to irrelevant -
NEW COUNSELORS -- Several of the newly appointed equal
the Federal Women's considerations such as HAS Jax
.
Program. race, color, religion, sex and employment opportunity counselors got together with the captain
Mrs. Anna M. Faircloth has national origin is supported in and executive officer at a meeting last week. They were Mrs. KathrynP.Robinson,Ext.
been selected to serve as the the joining together of federal (front row from left) J.B. Tubbs, Mrs. Robinson and Chief 2912; John B. Tubbs, Ext. 2568;

station's Federal Women's Pro- programs for equal employment Cheeks. Back ,row from left: W.L. Turner, J.L. Moore and A. and Jesse L. Moore, Ext. 2661.

gram coordinator. She, as the opportunity.: M. Ellison. Naval HospitalMrs.
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CS RetireesTo Gloria P. Jefferson, Ext.
2285 and Jesse A. Johnson, Ext.
3998.
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{ Jw 110-69 above with the Civilian Per-
; -- Merit promotionopportunities senger GS-2 and GS-3 jobs
currently open for receipt Production Controller GS-7,.11169 sonnel Department Box 22,NAS
of applications are listed Planner & Estimator (Sheet- Jax. For further Information regarding -
! below. Applications for the positions metal Worker), 113-69 Digital these positions see cop-
w w shown in the following Computer System Administrator ies of the bulletins or announce-
group will be accepted from career GS-11 114-69 Pipecoverer and ments or call Ext. 2320.
or career-conditioned em- Insulator 115-69 Plasterer 117-
ployees of the air station Naval 69 Sheetmetal Worker 118-69
a V Air Rework Facility, Naval' Air Ref rigration and Air Conditioning -
2 Mt 'R Reserve Training Unit Fleet Air i Mechanic 119-69 Military
Jacksonville Fleet Aviation Personnel Clerk GS-4, 121-69 HONDAMaters
Electronics Training Unit Det Boiler Tender and 122-69 Plumber -
Jax Naval Hospital Commis- .
2 Y
sary Stores Navy Recruiting Station Applications for the following ft Cells C.

Disease Vector Control positions will be accepted at any
Center Regional Storage Man- time for career or career-con- 4949 Blanding 7718144'Getting
CONGRATS! Capt. D. W. Herlong, commander Fleet Air Wing
Defense from the
agement Office Surplus ditional employees same
I II.I congratulates AXAN Alan D. Griffith on his selection as Sales Office and Fleet Weather commands as in the first group. 00000000000000000000
VP 16's August Bluejacket of the Month and presents him with Facility. However the first cut-off date
a letter of commendation. Applications will be acceptedat for establishing the registersfor
any time. each position follows job title. Out?
MPB No. 79-69 Electronics MPB No. 124-69 Assistant !!! w,
Fall Swim Lesson ScheduleNAS Mechanic 80-69 A/C Electronics Meat Cutter ((9-16-69)), 125-69
Worker 81-69 Accounts Laborer Cleaner (9-17-69), 126-
Jacksonville Special Services is offering Red Cross Swim Maintenance Clerk GS-4 82-69 69 Mess Attendant ((9-17-69)) and CONVERT SGLI
& Estimator (Public 128-69 Secretary (Stenography)
Planner
Lessons for children as well as adult group lessons at the NAS with
Jacksonville Indoor Pool this Fall and Winter. All Military Per- Works Structures),83-69 A/C Instrument GS-4 ((9-23-69)).
sonnel on active duty well their Mechanic, 84-69 A/C Applications for the following
as as dependents aged four and
85-69 A/C position will be accepted from
Worker
over are eligible to participate in this program. If Interested in Instrument
Electrician and 86-69 (Stenog- career or career conditional GUYBALLOU
of the
any following classes register with Mrs. DeWolfe at NAS
rapher) GS-3 and GS-4. employees of nabal and Marine
Special Services from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
87-69 Clerk (Typist)GS3 Activities in the Sixth
Also Corps
will be
Registration by telephone not accepted. Classes are limited,
so register early. and GS-4 88-69 Electronics Naval District until September
TIME Mevhanic (A/C Systems), 89- 17:
DATES of Class P.M. INSTRUCTOR I INSTRUCTOR II 69 Electronics Mechanic(Main-
91- MPB No. 123-69 Budget An- USN Ret.INSURANCE.
Oct. 7, 8, 9, 14. 15. 6-6:30 Beginner Beginner tenance, 90-69 Machinist
69 A/C Electrical Worker 92- alyst GS-7 or GS9.Applications .
16,21,22,23,28 6:30-7 Advanced Beginner Advanced Begin andINVESTMENTS
29, 30 7-7:30 Adults IntermediateNov. 69 Planner & Estimator (Public for the following
Works Electrical Systems), 93- positions will be accepted only
4, 5, 6, 12. 13. 6-6:30 Beginner Beginner 69 Industrial Tractor Operator, from persons who have careeror
18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 6:30-7 Advanced Beginner Intermediate 94-69 Apprentice (First Year), career conditional appoint-
Dec. 2, 3 7-7:30 Adults SwimmerJan. 96-69 Statistical Assistant GS-5 ments In the federal service of Financial Estate Planning
97-69 Accounting TechnicianGS- all federal agencies nationwide.MPB Insurance Programs
6, 7. 8, 13, 14, 15, 6-6:30 Beginner Beginner 4, 101-69 A/C Metalsmith 103- Mutual FundsASSOCIATED
20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29 6:30-7 Advanced Beginner Intermediate 69 Clerk Dictating Machine No. 120-69 Electrical WITH
7-7:30 Adults Swimmer Transcriber GS-4 and 104-69 Accounting Machine Supervisor JOHN B. STOUDEMIRE
Feb. 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, Supervisory Supply TechnicianGS8. GS-5 and 127-69 Physical Sci- FLETCHER BUILDINGONE
THOUSAND RIVERSIDE AVE.
12,17,18,19,24, ence Technician. PHONE 355-3487
25, 26 6-7:30 Senior Lifesaving Senior Also 105-69 Secretary (Steno) EVENINGS 264-6335
LifesavingMar. GS-5,107-69 Ca dlunchOpera.- Applicants must file application -
3.4. 5, 10, 11, -,' ,. tor GS-2 and GS-3, 108-69 Mes- forms 171 for any of the

12, 17,18,19,24, 6-7:30 Junior Lifesaving Junior
'25, 26 Lifesaving

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I Cecil Personnel Inspection Honors Retiring Officers I


The Commanding Officer's in the Navy are the Good Conduct East. the transfers and receipts! department the Navy Combat 'VAwara.aan-Combat
the
Personnel Inspection hald last Award,Korean Service Med Ltjg Arthur Richardson of Operations of Personnel. On many doval was awarded
Friday under the ominous cover al, Navy Unit CommendationMedal received the Naval Air occations, Seaman Vieyra has 'V' for his service while in Viet
vital
of traditional early morning fog and the Navy Expiditionary Medal for exemplary service been complemented on his abil- nam where he maintained in a
was one of the best ever at Medal. while serving in the Far East. ity to handle the complex job communications equipment
Cecil Field. Captain F.M. M c- Warrant Officer Hill enteredthe which might otherwise be assigned high state of readiness,especially -
Linn complimented the men as Navy in June of 1939 and Sailor of the Month of July for to a leading Petty Officer.In difficult since much of the the
wearing their uniforms with pride and became an electrician'smate. NAS Cecil Field is Sam Vieyraof ceremonies following the equipment was unfamiliar to
and being fine representatives of After serving aboard the Military Personnel. Seaman Captain's Inspection CDR. hue Navy. Sandoval devoted many meth-ex-:
best
Cecil Field and the United States dedi- Officer presented with the units and the
USS Intrepid during the war years Vieyra displayed superior Operations them repaired.
Navy. he was appointed to the rank of cation In performing his work in George D. Sandoval ETR2 with ods of keeping
With the inspection parties Electrician and has since
Friday were two Operations Officers been attached to numerous ships '
on their last day of active and shore activities where he .
'duty in the Navy. They were served as Electrical Officer, ., ""'* .......
Chief Warrant Officer Gerald E. Fire Marshal, and Utilities Of- ,
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Hill and LCdr. Robert F. Mc-, ficer. Awards received during ,K...,<>< ,' _". : ,:<\4, .' "
Elroy. Before reading their orders his Naval service include the Navy '"ii q _: .' \"tt" ,.......
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Captain McLinn presentedeach Good Conduct Award, World i''I' "
with a citation of Meritor- War II Victory Medal American / ;
ious Service. Campaign Medal, and the "
LCdr. McElroy entered the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Med-
Navy in December of 1942 as an
aviation Ordnanceman and after al.The Station's Executive Officer l.
achieving the rank of Chief he Captain L.K. Simon Jr., received d1rL!
was commissioned Ensign in the Joint Service Com-

.. 1958. LCdr. McElroy served mendation Medal from Com u
twice as Cecil Field RATCC manding Officer Captain F. M. .
Officer, once from 1958 to 1961 McLinn. Captain Simon receivedthe I Is
and again from 1966 to the pre- award while serving as As- rI
sent. He also served with VAP- sistant Chief of Staff at the TaiWan -
62 at Jacksonville. Among his Defense Center, one of the ti) ::1
awards attained duringhis tenure_ largest installations of the Far ..

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WANT. AD ,;51, a.* i: ScheduleMovies (158 Wayne SUNDAY mins and). Richard September Widmark.14

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will be shown nightlyat NAS: "SOUTHERN STAR"

Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. Color adventure starring George
Florida, 32210, to arrive not later them Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. There will also be a kiddie mat- Segal, Ursula Andress and Or-
Ads arriving' too Iflt.ethls deadline will be published the following week unless theVflileZeimiTth'e inee at 2 p.m. 'Saturday arid a' sen Welles. AM/E ((104 mins).
copy 'for'"the' A Gel.check or money order for the full cost of the ad must regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- HOSPITAL: "PAPER LION"

day and holidays.The MONDAY September IS

Do Not Soil! CIS k nightly Hospital feature Theater at willhaveone 7 1 p.m. NAS: "DEATH OF A GUN -

Cecil Field will have two nightly FIGHTER" Color western star-
Rite: Minima charge ((3 lines) $2.00 shows during the week at 5:30 ring Richard Widmark, Lena
. . e e and 8 Matinees will be Horne and John Saxon. AM/G
p.m.

Per 1 I'lollllI.1 ((4 words per live). e ft e e 0.50 5 shown p.m. on weekends at 2 and ((94 HOSPITAL mans). : "SOUTHERNSTAR"

Ratings: A-Adults; G-General
Audience; M-Matured Youths; S- TUESDAY September 16

AUTO AIR CONDITIONING HOMES RENT OR SALE I FOR SALE BY OWNER Superior; E-Excellent; VG-Very
Window units & central units, We help NAVY Quick MoveIn 4 BR. 3 bath home in lovely Good; G-Good; F-Fair; CNA NAS: "DUFFY" Color comedy
service & repaired, Tylers Call us first I Courteous neighborhood near NAS.schools, Class Not Available. starring James Coburn, James
!Heating! & Air Conditioning, 4711 Service. shopping center, etc. Priced at Mason and Susannah York. AM/
Palmer Ave.:Lake Shore) 388 SDLLAY REALTY COMPANY FHA appraisal of $23,200 with THURSDAY, September I 11 I G ((101 mins).
5161. $1600 down. Or $13 "CHITTY HOSPITAL: "DEATH OF A
389 6701 pay approx. NAS: CIIITTY BANG
000 and assume our 5.750/0 mort- BANG" Color action comedy GUNFIGHTER"WED.NESDAY

JUSTISS TRAILER PARK IN CLAY COUNTY gage. Will consider renting to starring Dick Van Dyke and Sal- September 17
1 Qtr. Mile, No. of NAS, Clean 2 and 3 acre Ranchettes paved responsible family at $225 per ly Anne Howes. G/E ((146 mins).
&
modern trailers Apts. 389 lease. For "
and graded road frontage $1450. mo. on 1-yr. appt. NAS: "RUN WILDRUNFREE"
3007. per lot & up, terms. Off. Ph. Call Mrs. Pike at 264-9920.! HOSPITAL: "TilE THOMAS Color drama starring John Mills

282 5272 Home 282 5224. CROWN AFFAIR" and Martha Lester. G/E ((100
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS Beautiful Uphol. Work done inmy mins).
Consoles, some with AM/FM, ORANGE PARK SCHOOL of home reasonable. Guaranteed FRIDAY. September 12 HOSPITAL: "DUFFY"

tape players. At dealers cost. DANCE Trudy Sigman 10th 356-9065. NAS: "WINNING" Color action -
to liquidate stock. Full warranty 1 Season Enroll now. Come in drama starring Paul New.

Phone 771 -' 0409. person or phone Mon Fri., FOR SALE: TWO BOYS' BIKES man, Joanne Woodward and Rob-
9 12AM-2 5 PM, 457 3 and 4 Yr. old; 26" $10. ert Wagner. AM/E ((123 mins).
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Kingsley Ave. 264 9047. 28" 750. Ph. 771-3211 Ext. HOSPITAL: "CIIITTY CHITTY
(Houses & Apts. Equity VA & 8310. BANG BANG"SATURDAY.
FHA resales. $100 down. Call SELL WIGS 4cn .la
Power or Mills, USN Ret. 264- and Mink Oil Cosmetics Maria HOME FOR SALE OAK HILL September 13 -' e l

2411 Orange Park Realty, Mili- Wilhelm, Koscot Distributor Park Clean 3 BR., Den, Fireplace NAS: "PAPER LION" Color 44 k
tary Free Notary. 398 5906.PRIVATE Fenced yard. 2 Ba. 5 1/4 remedy starring Alan Alda,
F.H.A. $3,000 7719427.
equity.
Lauren Hutton and the Detroit.
IN CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND PIANO LESSONS-En- Lions. G/VG ((107 mins).
Area. 5 Acres. 10 Acres & rolling fall term. 389 7622 WANTED; Lady to share apartment HOSPITAL: "WINNING" Take stock in America
larger tracts Terms 282 5272or 2834 Grand Ave. Mrs. J. M. with teacher at Club auy US 3.ei.se sods A Fn.le. In.e

282 5224.AUTOMOBILES. Elliott Continental Orange Park. Call

PEKINGESE FOR SALE. AKC 264 4425 after 6 PM.

FURNISHEDEast Registered 8 weeks old 772 1968 DODGE CHARGER SUNDAY
OPEN
& West Coast. 353 3691. 0867.
Loaded Low Miles 264-2752.

NICE SINGER SEWING MACHINE GEORGE'S KENNELS HELP WANTED MALE SHORT
and Desk Cabinet both for $35. Dogs and Cats boarded. Free ORDER COOK, Full time nights.
Cash or terms 6437 Wilson Blvd. pickup and delivery Est. 1925, Char Burger Orange Park,
771 5028. Poodle Grooming Reasonable 264-4511.
5085 Ct. Near Cas-
Edgewood ( .
FOR RENT: TRAILER 2 BDRS.
FOR SALE BY OWNER sat and Edgewood) 389 0064 $80. per month Ph: 771-6908. IOO GUARANTEE

2 BR. Masonry home. Real nice .
Ideal location,Reasonable. Furn- WATERFRONT LOTS FURN. HOUSE ADJACENT NAS We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspeclion.
Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everything
ished unfurnished. Ph. High wooded perfect for re 8466 New York Ave. 2
or BRS. that needed it. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or
765-3666 after 5:30 tirement and year around living. Large yard. Avail. the 15th $85a replacement of ell major mechanical parts for JO days or 1000
Easy terms Mobile Homes Wel- mo.'Perm. residents preferred miles. Come,on In and double check.

STEREO CONSOLE COMBO comed 1 Mile East of Lake 3889886. ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
Take up payments on 2 month Ashbury on 209. Also new restricted FOR SALE ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
beautiful walnut stereo sub division near com-
old -
66 Regrigerator, Sears, Coppertone. -
console like new. 4 speed pletion. Contact LaRue 725- 18.5 Cu. Ft. 250 lb. Freezer. Bold New Colors
record changer combinationradio. 3992. Ice-maker. Frost Free exc.
Balance due $68 or $9 awMas saew.e.sewsaaa...n'..e.esse ._ wNN.e..eeaax.w.e.esxw.ua.wi-.ae.
'67 HONDA 90 CC $110 cond. $200. Call 264-5605.
per month. Phone 353 1946 Call 264 4456. 62 VW Sedan
$895
night or day. Ask for Credit BELOW FHA APPRAISAL
Manager. Will deliver no ob- BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS HOME 2 BR. Home on nicely landscaped
1 06MainStreet. ON St. Johns River, Dock, A/C,
ligation. oversized lot with fruit trees. 65 VW Sedan $1195Radio
Central heat lot 100 x 200. 2
TIME 2-car garage, Conv. to NAS Immediate & Heater
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miles south of Palatka. Privatebut
Married E 4 and above. Are $23,500. occupancy. $350 cash
near shopping area. down required. 66 VW Sedan $1295
you having trouble making ends Call 325-2727 between 7-8 Frank W. Brown & Assoc. Radio, heater,
meet ? We can work your hoursin A.M. or after 7 P.M.
264-9504 Realtor 264-97 56
with your duty schedule. For GERMAN SHEP. FEMALE AKC 67 VW Sedan $1495Radio
264-6485 BOAT FOR SALE
appointment & Heater
old black &. silver all
5 mo. ,
1966 Thunderbird twin 40 h.p.
VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS immunizations, dew Ext.claws 342 re or- Evinrude, electric starter,Cath- 67 PLYMOUTH Valiant $1495 I
moved. 771-3211,
3 Br., 1 ,1 1/2 &2 baths $100 Callahan 879-2248. edral hull 2 built in gas tanks. "Signet", 4-Door Sedan, Auto trans., R&H.
down as low as $65 month. Callus 18 gal., outrigging & coast guard
for up to date lists that will SALE, GREEN SOFA3ED, equip. Murray electric winch 66 CHEV. Impala $16952Door

be mailed without obligation. Americana Desk and Chair. Only trailer. $1,950.388-8805. H.T., V-8, Auto trans., PS PB, Air Cond.
VANSANDT REALTY-3871213 5 months of use. All for $175.
Call 7862488. FOR SALE 1967 YAMAHA 66 MUSTANG Convertible $1695
ZIG ZAG FOR $29 250 cc Yds 3, $250. Ext.
V-8, Auto trans., Air Cond., R&H, Carousel Red Black
SEWING MACHINE Original 1963 VW BUS & NEW 1500 3501 NAS Jax. After 5 p.m. Top.

Guarantee, scratched in ship Engine 13 in. rims, oversizedrear 771-8715. 66 VW Fastback $1795

ment. Zig Zags makes buttonholes tires, sun roof, ex. con. Radio, Heater Air Cond.
sew 011 buttons, decora- $850. 786-2848. Challenging work for 3 person-
tive designs monograms, etc. TREAT- ality type girls 2-3 eveningsa 66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1695
WATER
Just pay balance $29 or $8 per CULLIGAN week. High earnings, Beeline
MENT Soft Water Iron/Sulphur 68 VW Sedan
month. Phone 353 1946 Fashions 355-3296 or 355-1802.:
& Rentals. Free $1795
removal. Sales
Man-
day or nite. Ask for Credit Radio & Heater
ager. Will deliver,no obligation. analysis: 764-7136. DASCHUND PUPPIES FOR SALE
1606 Main Street. RENT AKC Registered 6 wks. old.Call 68 VW Karmann Ghia $2295
)HOUSE[ FOR 264-6156.
Unfurn., 2 BR., near Baldwin. R.dlo b Heater Air Cond.
PART TIME
PART-TIME MECHANICwith
Field $65 mo. Call
Used: Car Porter to clean cars 8 mi. Cecil tools. work.
after 6 p.m. or week- own Willing to OVER SO CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
Good Pay. Astro Motors 6566 266-4468 Apply in person Astro Motors
Normandy Boulevard. ends. 6566 Normandy Blvd.

KITTENS FREEto -NAS and CECIL FOR SALE 1963 CHEVY II WESTSIDE I

good home. Males & females. 5 1/4 pet. equity. :3 BR., 2 very good mechanical cond., tires
772-3404 or 5227 Seaspray Ave., Ba., Cent. heat & air. Fenced & body. Needs paint. $250

evenings only. yard. Near 3 schools. $103 mo. 384-1217 after 4:30 p.m. VOLKSWAGEN INC.

771-7684.
DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC MOBILE HOME 19G3 10x52 ,

JOCKEY? For Information dial JEANS DANCE ACADEMY New Yorker carpeted throughout. 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511 :.
:356-8351. 103rd, Wesconnett, Hula Tap, Beautiful awning, utility shed,
SALE Baton Ballet, Jazz.Guitar.Acro- A/C ready to move In. Walker's Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM

Live crabs FOR& Fresh fish. Wil- batics. Transportation\ 7712521or Trailer Court. Call Lt.(j Jg)Bondy
:381-3055: or 771-5464. 771-3388.
ford Fish Camp. 264-9707.






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Qualified Officer RetentionAim Station BusSchedule



of Counseling ProgramThe for


Chief of Naval Person in his billet to the objectivesof 1 : ; School YearJax
nel has issued a notice that will the Command.The > 55
expand counseling programs with second phase of the Perio- S 7'S -- With the arrival of
f f55S
the interest of retaining quali dic counseling is the annual progress the current school year, the station -
Bed officers in the Navy. report in which the junior bus schedule has been altered -
Recent investigations and conferences officer can express his opinionson in order to accommodate
into the reasons why his current duties. lie is also S 1j dependent school children who
promising junior officers are given a report on his progressto 4 must make connections with the
leaving the naval service indi date. The second objectiveof ; Sacred Heart School bus at the
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cate that many officers perceivea this phase is to discuss the Protestant Chapel parking lotor
lack of personalized atten- officer's career goals and the with the St. John's County Day
tion and guidance during their steps which appear essential to S 5 a "'a School bus and' the Jax Coach
initial period of service.To achieve them. Company bus at Saratoga and
remedy this situation new The Pre- Rotation/Release interview Allegheny.Until .
guidelines have been drawn up is conducted in anticipa- \ the close of the school
that will give counseling to each tion of the officer's prospective year, the station bus will adhereto
officer of the rank of ensign release or rotation to any duty the following schedule:
through lieutenant.The station, and counseling is focused First trip: Leave Operations,
counseling is divided into upon the officer's potentialfor WHERE DO I SIGN? -- AWC L.E. Rose, VP-45, prepares to Building 118, at 6:20 a.m.leave
three areas; Periodic, Pre career service. sign reenlistment papers obligating him for an additional three Mustin Circle at 6:30 and leave
Rotation/Release. and Wives The third phase of the counsel- years of naval service. Cdr. R.A. Mason, squadron skipper, Allegheny and Saratoga at 6:40.:
Orientation.In ing is Wives Orientation and this administered the oath.Housing Second trio: Leave Operations,
breaking down the Periodic is designed to point out to the Building lib, at 6:50 a.m.leave;
counseling the first phase is wife of the officer the important AvailableAt Mustin Circle at 7; and leave Allegheny -
.
concerned with reporting to a contribution her husband is mak- Info and Saratoga at 7:10.
new command. The Interviewer ing to command and unit effectiveness Third trip: Leave Operations,
\ brings out the officers back and of her vital roleas Building 118, at 7:20 a.m.;
ground and interests together part of the "Navy Family." Referral ServiceJax leave Mustin Circle at 7:30; and
with any pressing personal problems leave Allegheny and Saratoga at
he may want to bring to the
Commanding Officer's atten ADS make yourshopping -- The NAS Housing Ref- housing while attached to the Jax 7:50.Upon leaving Operations
tion. He is also explained the erral Service has established Navy complex.In Building 118 at 8 a.m. the station -
mission of the ship or unit and L easier guidelines in which to help station order to provide maximum bus will revert back to the
how he Is expected to contribute personnel obtain offbaseAT assistance to newly assigned per- regular schedule.
sonnel, att tenant activities and
NAS Departments are requestedto Veteran Population
have each sponsor report to
the Housing Referral Office, Highest in HistoryThe
Bldg. 955, as a routine part of
G.I. roll call passed the
the normal check-in
procedure
CEDAR HILLS PENNEYS 27,000,000 mark last month.In .
prior to the execution of a com-
SEPTEMBER 13GIFT announcing the new totalof
NOW THRU SATURDAY mitment for obtaining private
enrollees, the Veterans Administration -
housing.In said that Vietnam
<, this manner, personnel can veterans discharged to Aug. 4
ft ...'.' r'. be provided centralized Informa- raised the ledger count to the
IDEA / tion on availability of, and types highest peak in history.In .

nl and costs of private rental hous- reviewing the veteran population -
ing. Each military person shall the VA notes that the'
ALWAYS FIRST retain his freedom of choice in average age of all 27 million
the selection of private accom- veterans has increased to 44.3
modations, except in those situa- years.
r. tions where competent authorityhas Broken down by wars, the

: exercised restrictive sanctions average age of veterans on the
'. if : against certain rental prop- active rolls are:

.,:. i erties. Spanish-American ((6,000 vet-
';';t. All military personnel pro- erans) 90.3 years; World War I
4 cessed through the Referral Ser- (1,647,000) 74.7 years; World
vice are counseled concerning War II ((14,592,000 veterans)
true-to-life portraits standards of conduct and avail- 49.7 years; Korean Conflict
ability of assistance in resolving ((5,847,000 veterans) 40 years;
complaints between tenant and and Vietnam era (3,169,000
'
landlord.As veterans) 26.2 years.
IN COLOR part of their services Also on the VA rolls are
3,134,000 who served in the
S they verify the availability of Armed Forces between the Kor-
houses for sale or rent priorto
ean Conflict and Vietnam.
referring personnel to them. Their average age is 30.7 years.
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'j have your choice of several poses. No mailing, handling, and Sgt. James, Freeman, U.S. Air Force, both of Hqs., United
.m.4 r or other charges. Age limit, 12 years. States STRIKE Command MacDill AFB, Fla., participate in an
age-old military chore-peeling potatoes. The spud peeling took
.. place during a seven-day joint training ,exercise conducted at Ft.
CEDAR HILLS PHOTO HOURS'MaN THRU SAT., 10 AM TO 9 PM, 'Hood' Texas. More than 5000 Army"and.Air Force'personnel joined -
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I r Cecil 1 Sports RoundupBy Early Golf Leader John Wilson I


SMC George BlackburnNAS Clinches CINCLANTFLT TourneyThe


CECIL... In intra mural led the Individual high for two CINCLANT Fleet Golf 3' Mli hNi 111 'm+ i l.r 1t:s p!7NY++"1 i1 ri11Lrwli iii M1 x.4'..SN011'w.,..nNsDa :l1+_'f'_
football last week, the ADMIN weeks until Walt MacDonald of Tournament wound up last Friday acr +sN./71 1 i :1 t8 1 s ; '. k.rtL. lr '
'Big Blue' hit the winners circle NAMTD ? 2 rolled a 235. Larry with the Fleet Marine Force ,. '
r"" 'MMNMIMiMMlll il aNlx c ** .orb
twice in'a row when they knocked Becker of Operations came in taking first place honors. Second Ms >: .ra
off the Weapons and the Ma- with a 224 which was good for Lt. John Wilson from Camp I wr '# ,+MII I rYI
rines.In second and Waller is now holding Lejuene was low medalist with a
the contest with Weapons{ in there at third place. 310 for the four rounds. Wilson
George Van Court threw two touch Here are the present standings: who led for three rounds had his
down passes to Bobby Fewell, VA-44 9-3 work cut out for him, when'Dave
one which covered 30 yards. Fe- NAMTD} 2 8-4 Traut, AECfromCOMFAIRJAX,
well also ran an intercepted pass VA 174 # 1 7-5 picked up six strokes to tie him
60 yards for another score. The Operations 7-5 on the last day. A sudden death
defense of the 'Big Blue cannot VA-45 '',,, 6-6 play offwas necessary,and both d, X,1 t per.,
go unmentioned either, for it was ADMIN/BOO 6-G players parred the next three d j Fa p ARMII
the Beef' of Doug Nelson,Ed Lord NAMTD # 1 66Dental holes. Traut then bogiedtheparthree
and Roger Baca that kept the 5-7 '4th' and Wilson was de -
pressure on the Weapon's quar- FAETU 5-7 clared the winner.Traut said thatif ..a vas
terback. ADMIN won it, 28 to 0. ADMIN 4-8 he had used his nine iron instead -
Last Thursday, the Marines AMD 2-10 of his wedge he would have
also felt the sting of 13ig Blue beaten Wilson. Don Zelinskl from 1
as they bit the dust in a 16 to 14 RUGBY: the Naval Station Norfolk finished
match. The second straight win A rugby demonstration will be third at 314 and Bob Bailey of
for ADMIN and loss for the'Gom- presented to all interested Ce: Charleston was 4th with 315. L to R Bailey, Pro, Traut, Wilson. Zelinskl

er Pyles.' cilites Saturday, September 13 The course during the tourna-
In this match, Bobby Fewell at 5:30: by the Royal New Zealand ment was excessively wet from
again was the outstanding player Air Force. Following the demon heavy rains but dried out con-
along with teammates Bruce Kus- stration, the 'KIWI'S' will then siderably on Friday, producingthe
ske and Jim Porta al1owho spent play, or should I say will then best rounds from each of the
his time picking off passes in the proceed to give Joe Dennison's players.
backfield. A Kusske to Fewell (chief's) rugby team the trashingof
bomb scored ADMIN's first TD there career. This contestis Bowlettes:

and was followed by a Fewellto scheduled to begin at 6:30. This Friday night at 7:00 p.m.
Kusske pass of nearly 40 Some of the chiefs have been the Cecil Field Bowlettes will
yards which made it 16 to 0 in that 'we beat -4---1'
quoted as saying begin a women's bowling league. I-
the first half with the two conver- : ,
them at softball so why can't we Anyone interested In joining
sions. In the second half,the Marines "
beat them at their own ? the
game should attend the meeting at
roared back with two quick However, I know personally of bowling alley or call 781-9107. I\wr\
touchdowns to make the score 16 some of those chiefs who are -
to 14, and haying missed the planning to Increase their life insurance Girls Scouts
conversions, the game ended that {policies. Anyway, the The Cecil Field Girl Scoutsare
way since there were no further chief's coach is now looking for In need of Junior Girl Scout v
Y
scores. volunteers. Are you interested? leaders. They are looking for a
Meanwhile, VA 44 and VA Contact Chief Dennison at Ext. girl in the fourth, fifth, or sixth
12 battling it out the
were on
162/355. gradem to assist with younger
other field in a hotly fought will
scouts. The first meeting
winning contest which in overtime ended withVA12 12 to 6. VA 15 Wives be held at the Chapel in the SNOOPY TROPHY..Snoopy gets thanks from Cdr Craig for

The standings are as follows: NAS Cecil... TheVA-15 Wivesof fellowship hall on Wednesday. helping AMD to Station Championship
September 10 from 4 to 5 p.m.If
VA 174 3-0 Cecil Field will hold their
are Interested In being a
VA-12 3-0 Monthly meetings on the first you leader NAS Cecil Movies WEDNESDAY: SOUTHERN
junior girl scout or a I
I
VA 172 3-0 Wednesday of each month at the brownie, please attend this meet- STAR George Segal, Ursula
ADMIN 2-1 Cecil Field Chapel FellowshipHall. ing or call Sandy Slate at 8363 TONIGHT: A MAN CALLED Andress.
VA-45 2-1 Nursery service is providedfor
after 6 GANNON Tonny Franciosa, Susan -
v
p.m.
VA-44 1-1 each meeting. Oliver. -
Marines 1-2 FRIDAY: THE BOSTON TOM.II'TlreCJ: : !
Weapons 0-3 STRANGLER Tony Curtis,Henry
AMD 0-3 Fonda. :
VC-4 0-3 SATURDAY MATINEE: THE whlltlrrrrrrrrrr I.

BOWLING:: LONG DUEL Yul Brynner, Tre-
vor Howard. RECAPS
The ThursdayNational Bowling SATURDAY EVE: THE THO,
League saw some dejected lookson MAS CROWN AFFAIR Steve
alleys 11 and 12, and! smileson McQueen, Faye Dunaway "
the ADMIN faces, as they TA : SUNDAY EVENING: CHITTY, $ 95
swept the series from AMD. CHITTY, BANG BANG Dick Van
The 'top dogs' of VA 44 lost Dyke, Sally Howes. & CALL:
some ground as they dropped the MONDAY: WJNNING Paul fg 771-9934
series to NAMTD/ 2. Newman Joanne Woodward
After 3 weeks, some interest- TUESDAY: PAPER LION Alan 6324 BLANDING BLVD.
ing changes transpired con- Aeda, Laurer Hutton
cerning individual high score. Lt
Falcon led in this category for M
some two weeks until last week
Sam Delvecchio of ADMIN roll-

ed a 579 series(3 game)and drop 50% Off
ped Lt. Falcon to third. In secondnot MVP..was Bobby Fewell, an "all around athlete" who had
far behind Delvicchio is Fred 3rd Base nailed down tight for AMD. He's from Tampa.
Deschner who ended with a 578

series.First in total pins is NAMTD at Sheratonon
4## 2 with 2718, while the 'black .EXPERTBIG
shoes' of ADMIN and VA 174
# 3 are tied for second with 2710 CHIEF Mechiikd work OH

Third pint all. is FAETU with a 2689 I, TIRE CO. ALL MAKES I MODELS weekends.

Al Waller of VA 174I/ 1f DOMESTIC OR' FOREIGN

EXAMPLES:
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Ji Installed... ." ts* In the Continental U.S.* at Va the regularrate
f J BANKAMERICARD ANY CAR,UPPER OR LOWER
u.s. nd LABOR on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

n >tan sttr c lr.. BRAKE $14'5f-: nights.
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SHOES pro Youdon't have to be in uniform.All you

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Will) l EASY, EASY TERMS! Next time you get weekend pass
unwind in style at Sheraton.
We finance from. Seaman to Admiral
anyone Reservations :
Juan at Niblick/ are accepted on a

Phone 384 4406 ....even Civilians! ._. "Standby Basis" only and are subjectto
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[ 'Anyone Who Needs a Lunch- Never Goes _Hungry'Every I


day millions of house- prepares an estimated 67,000box consisting of two sandwiches or
wives send their husbands to work lunches annually for the Armed one sandwich and chicken lettuce -
and their children to school with Forces Induction Center. This olives pickles celery carrots -
lunch boxes containing their favorite accounts for the greatest per- raisins potato chips pastry -
foods. For them the task centage of the galley's output. a candy bar and two car-
of preparing lunches is a once- "Things sometimes get hectic tons of milk. Also included in
a-day ordeal but for the staffof here" said CS2 Richard Cooper the lunch is a dining packet
the NAS Flight Galley it is a one of the flight Galley petty which contains eating utensils
24-hour job.Located officers "when we have to prepare napkins salt peper toothpicksand
in Galley#1,the Flight 300 lunches on a three- chewing gum.
Galley services not only aircraft hour notice." All food items packed in the
crewmembers but personnel Included in the box lunch are box lunches are mechanically w
from the Armed Forces Induction the following items: two sandwiches wrapped in cellophane to Insure
Center and barracks watchstand- lettuce pastry 2 car- freshness.In .
ers as well. tons of milk ketchup mustard a constant effort to improvethe 134l4VrJ
The Flight Galley operates ona and mayonnaise. quality of the box lunches tI
highly scientific basis divid- The second category consistsof the Flight Galley staff enclosesa
ing its service into three cate- in-flight box lunches which are critique card in each one which ..v'. > .
gories to supply the nutritional designed to feed the crewmem- the consumer may use to evalu- I {,"':;- ';
needs of the various groupsIt bers aboard the aircraft.The gal- ate the meal in terms of freshness /4i1IT
serves.In ley prepares about 8,000 of these flavor and packaging. fr =
the first category are the lunches each year. The flight Fussy eaters are able to order
box lunches. The flight Galley lunch is a carefully planned meal their lunches "a la carte" froma ,1
variety of foods posted on a f
menu in the Flight Galley.
4
Falling into the third cate _
gory are the unprepared flight -litI
meals. These can be readied on d .
t
s. '.p a short notice and are com-
: prised of frozen meats and can-
ned goods. The galley turns out
about 12,000 of these meals per

year.
The food used annually by the MASS PRODUCTION Rows and rows of white boxes wait to
Flight Galley mounts up into be packed for issue to Navy personnel who are unable to eat

( ( imately staggering 9,500 figures.pounds of Approx boneless in the messhall. Each box receives an inventory stampandis

beef is packed into the lunches checked to assure all items are in the lunch box.

each year along with 3,000 '
pounds of ham 62,500 half-pint !! : : ; :"
cr cartons bread.of milk and 702 poundsof _

Four man shifts keep the
Flight Galley operating 24 :hours
daily. CSC Clyde C. Jones assisted -
It t I by four other petty officers r- -
) is responsible for assuringthe
quality of the meals and
;4
getting them delivered todeparting -
CHOCK FULL OF GOODIES for hungry Navy men and women flight crews within a limited

; Whether they are standing a watch or flying a plane those who period CS2 of Cooper time. summed up the

cannot come to the Galley may draw lunches. mission of the Flight Galley when

he said, "Anyone who needs a
lunch never goes hungry here.
And so out men of the air- 1
borne divisions are guaranteeda
}a of ggaaa myv
hearty meal regardless
f where they may be, due to the I L *
: never-ending performance of the -*
co.t NAS Flight Galley Staff.
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VAP-62, NARTU vwvwwwwwwwwvsRcfc's.... ""."VAVt? .,rtA..,, ,. ,


Win OpenersJax / Picks

By Rick Kunz
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-- VAP-62 opened defenseof .. As the summer draws near an end sports fans begin to pay a
the Intramural football crown .. little more attention to baseball than they have the past few
by walking over Medical 20-0
Tuesday afternoon in the first weeks because of their interest in the World Series. This year
day of action in 1969. for the first time the two leagues were broken down into two

The Vappers got on the score- I 111Witnr 1, divisions because of the expansion clubs that entered the
board when quarterback Bill Is'[ tr rtiiiitlf picture. This was intended to increase fan enthusiasm through.

Aaron pitched to Larry DeSpain ... out the and far it
country so
who scooted in the for six points. f \ t j.. 46 .a4w Mets two top hurlers Tom Sea-
looks like a good idea.
Bob Hille scored the point after ver and Jerry Koosman. Both
In the
American League East
and the Vappers were on ; played one season with the J-
there never really was a race
their way leading 7 '- 0. A short r' '4 1 after the first day of the season.It Mets before moving up.
time later in the first half Aaron Although the Mets rate as a
was just a massive display of
hit Bobby Cochran with a 40 sentimental favorite I believeit
from the and the
yard toss and Hille again added power plate will be the Cubs who Will
mound by Earl Weaver's Balti-
the extra point to go into half 4 6 > of hold on and take the East.
more Orioles. Through most
time leading 14 0. VAP-62 { the summer the big Birds have The West has four teams in
capped their scoring for the dayas played at an amazing .675 clip prime contention and they are
Aaron threw his third touch- and have been virtually untouch- only separated by two games.
down'pass, this one a short flipto Cincinnati and San Francisco
Hille from the five-yard line. able.The Western division produced change first place almost daily
The point after was missed but a little better race but in the and Los Angeles and Atlanta
the Vappers held a 20 0 lead September stretch drive it looks have been there or near the top
which stood the rest of die game. like the more' experienced Minnesota all season.It .
NARTU vs FICEUR Twins will outlast the definitely will go right downto 4-
commendable effort of the young the wire but I think it will
NARTU showed that they intend Oakland Athletics.It be the Giants meeting the Cubs
to be in the race for the r n should shape up with the for the National League flag.
championship again this year by Twins and Orioles going at it And the Cubbies have worked too
dumping a stubborn FICEUR team BOMBS AWAY--VAP-62 quarterback Bill Aaron uncorks a pass for the pennant and I believe the hard to let it stop there and
8-0. from his own end zone in driving his team downfield and a Twins, despite the fact they did- they will meet the Twins in the
NARTU put all their points on n't fare well in the regular World Series.
as
win over Medical. Aaron found the target with three touch.
the board in the first half as season will be the American Final prediction: The Chicago
Jim Foster fired a 40 yard striketo down passes. League champs. They seem to Cubs World Champions 1969.
Mike Sokol and Al Williams
have the momentum going row and
added the extra points.Wednesday 'You Pick Um' On Deck with pitchers Jim Kaat and Dean CLI PP R-CRO SB Y.8E ACR AFT
Action Chance finally adding some GA ROCKET
strength from the hill they will _
The American League opened Next- week the 2nd annual 'You Everyone -- military personnel Ho it, r- i j MERCURY
action yesterday with'Admin bat- Pick Um contest begins and civilian workers and dependents The National League as usual OUTBOARDS
tling VP-16 *nd MARTD takingon this is the last warning to foot- -- is welcome to enter offers the closest battle for all iiii iB;
ball fans bone collegiate the chips.In MERCRUISER I
Weapons. Scores not avail- to up on the football prognosticating con-
the East the Chicago Cubs STERNDRIVESEXPERT
able at press time. and professional teams
throughout the country. test.The entries were numerous have played brilliantly all sea-
The Jax Air News will printa last year and the competitionbrisk. son but dogging them like a young REPAIR

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VAP-62 Trio


Return From


Navy SurfingJohn


Copeland, Jim Schraderand
13111 Casey from VAP-C2
returned from the CINCLANTFLT -
Surfing Championships last
week, not victors nor losers,
but thrilled to have competedin l'" 1'.,. ; ;. .
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one of the Navy's first sports ,. I4 1.1'.":: t
events of this type. > 'f
Casey got off to a bad start Yi Is
and was eliminated in the pre-
liminaries but stayed on as photographer -
for the event from the .{,
squadron and returned with the
photo on right lie commentedthat
the surf was short with mudl
white water.
r Schrader went as far as the
quarter-finals and put on a good
show with several fine rides.
He halls from Miami, Fla., and
.x Is an avid surfer.
r > Copeland was at his best and
looked good for some top honors,
rAo however, he was eliminated in HIS BAG-John Copeland shows the form he used in makingthe
f the semi-finals. Copeland has semifinals of a Navy surf meet.DON'T .
surfed the water of Virginia before -
while stationed at Oceana.A .
k
k+ b total of :35:) contestants from __f
'} A re' BUY ACLOSEOUT
all 'over the Navy took part in __
the three day event at Dam Neck, '
Va. Beach bunnies and bums 69 MODEL
watched while the Navy's best
did their thing. All partIcipants. CAR JUST TO SAVE
received a T-shirt with the CIN-
CLANTFLT emblem on it as part MONEY!
of the dlampionships.I .



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GOOD SPORTS--VP-I6 Softball slugger George Kepler meetsat -- The Miami Branch of y'
home plate to welcome his opponent from Radio Station the Naval Academy Alumni AssociatIon Get the
WAPE who will be playing at Mackroth Field Tuesday evening. has announced plans fora car you f
George is on the right. pre-game buffet and social .
hour prior to the Nov. 7 Navy-
REALLYWANT
Miami football game in the Orange -
.: Bowl in Miami. .
VP-16 Baffle
to Apes All USNA alumni, wives and
guests, plus regular and reserve
: Jax -- The VP-16 Eagles have are scheduled to host the Ape- officers in the area are invitedto
gone completely bananas as they men of Radio Station W APE Tues attend. The social hour startsat
day at 8 p.m. on Mackroth Field. 4 p.m. followed by the buf- CHEVROLET or .
fet and then on to the Orange
The disc-jockey's hope to pull Bowl for an 8 p.m. kickoff. OLDSMOBILEand Y..
6 NAVY the big upset and come off with Reservations for the affair can
their first win of the year as be made through the DuPont Plaza you'll still
the season slips past. Hotel. Miami.
i save as much or.,5MORE
&OOV@ Charity Game Gator Bowl Tickets

The Apemen, hoping to avoid Tickets go on sale Monday,
any rhubarbs with the Eagles, Sept. 15 for the 19G9 Gator Bowl'
INSURANCE have arranged for their own um- football game to be played in
pire to be on hand to help make Jacksonville Dec. 27.
the calls. Rumor has it that he at ROBERTS
Seats for this annual classicare :
is a hairy guy and swings from
located between the 15 yard
.. trees. lines in the East and West stands CHEVROLETji
VP-16 has arranged the game and carry no reservations. The ,
with the cooperation of WAPEto cost is $7.75 and may be purchased '-'
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