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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Combined Federal Campaign To Get Underway Monday




RAdm. Stroh To



Co-Chair Fund DriveJax


-- The '1969-1970: Combined
Federal
Published b"lhe Holt Publishing Company.a private firm.Opinions expressed by the publisher and writer herein are their own and not U>be considered in of licit t I expression of ens1n1Htery Campaign will get
department ne appearance or advertisements In,thl Monday during a 10 a.m. kick-
VOL. 27 NO. 26
u. S. NAVAL AIR STATION. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 18. 1969
off meeting at Building 563 (King Hall) in the NATTC area.

RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, and
co-chairman of the, campaign will address commanding officers
, Australia Like Small America'Says coordinators and keymen for the drive at the initial meeting.The .

Combined Federal Cam-
paign is a once a year solicita-
Hurricane
Returning WAVE OfficerJax tion for voluntary health and wel-
fare agencies. The single drive
combines the former campaignsof
--- Have you ever wondered tralians were not as satisfied bowling is one of the more pop- the United Fund of Jackson- SheltersSelected
what it would be like to live with their homes as were the ular sports with the people. It ville area,and National Health
in,Australia? Americans' is played on lawn lanes, with one and International Service Agen-
Lt. Elsie Buriani, of the Housing Miss Buriani explained that white bowl called a jack the cies into a one-time drive for
; Office, Family Services Cen- under the Status of Forces a- players take turns tolling their military personnel and federal .
ter, has just completed a tour greement a certain per cent of the bowls down the lane in an attempt government employees.In .

--_ _...._ _..........h..u.._..._.... to get as close to the addition to Admiral Stroh, Jax--The air station's Hurricane -
Jack as possible. All the scores those at the kick-off meetingwill Bill outlined in NAS Jax
count at the end and it's all to hear Mrs. Ruth Ferrari, Instruction 3140.2E of June 10,
the fun for the "happy go the Southeast Regional repre 1968, gives procedures to be
lucky' Ausies." sentative for International Ser' followed in case of severe wea-
vice Agencies speak on behalf of ther during the annual June 1
.No TV? the four agencies which receive through Nov. 30 hurricane sea-
money through the annual drive. ,
"Deep-sea fishing is great"said Others scheduled to speak son.All
military and civilian per-
Miss Buriani. "You
can include Rod Nicol chair-
Monday ,
sonnel should be familiar with
catch snappers, groupers, bass
man of the Jacksonville Area
the be taken
steps to during a
sailfish, swordfish, parrotfish United Fund,and George Linville, .
hurricane alert and the proper
and sharks. By the same token
who will behalf of the
speak on Refugee Center to which they
one cannot safely swim becauseof
.' the danger of the sharks." National Health Agencies.In ; should report in the case evacuation -
r brochure the
a message on to these buildings becomes
Australians live In Admiral Stroh and his
a quieter, campaign, necessary., .
M slower way than Americans.Miss co-chairman Colonel John F. The following buildings have
lp Buriani explained some of their McElhenny, Army Corps of Engineers .been designated as Refugee Cen-
ways of life, "They have no said "We sincerelyurge ters:
dishwashers, only black and white all our fellow citizens, both *Building 11, the Sr. BOO, will
[: Lr TV, but no TV at all in.Ex- civilian and military, to partici- be available to accommodate as
mouth." Her power car windows pate as full-share citizens in the many officer's families who may
were a novelty to them. "They Combined Federal Campaign for desire refuge, as can be pro-
have wringer washers rather than the Jacksonville Area. Each one vided for. ,
automatics, short wave radios of us benefits directly or indirectly Building '3, Station Gym, is
give the only good reception.:They from the vital services designated as a refugee center
have no fresh milk, only pow- being provided to make our com- for married enlisted men's fam-
dered and frozen milk is used. munity, a better place in whichto ilies. .
The Australians are beef eat- live. The many services rep- *Buildings 110, Supply and '
ers, and they have" good beef resented in this one drive deserve 614, the Indoor Pool, aredesign-
1tt ;J % available. Fresh fruit,and vege- your personal full support, nated,as emergency refugeecenters -
tables are trucked in weekly, therefore we urge each of; you,to for station personnel. '
unless the din Toad has washed contribute generously this very *Building No. 10,Commis sion-
but, which, often .happ nS. :Then, 'worhtwhile campaign." ed Officers' Mess' (Open), and
there is no fresh produce for Kick-off meetings will be heldat Building No. 1877 Golf Course
three or four weeks. nearby Cecil Field at 10 a.m. Clubhouse, will also be avail-
Tuesday and Naval Station.May- able as emergency refugee cen-
First-Name Type People port at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. ters if needed.

Miss Buriani was able totravel -
a great deal in Australia.,
She found that the country does
Lt. Buriani With Australian Souvenirof not have many of the natural
wonders and beauties that

duty "down under.: personnel hired on the base must America has. "Rivers are fordedin
"The Australian people have be civilians. Many of these personnel most areas rather than cross-
and maintain a very good rela- are foreign nationals, ed by bridges. Even the Victoria -
tionship with the Americans aliens or immigrants toAustra- River is forded."
Miss Buriani said. "Australiawas lia. She said "The civilians Children in the first throughthe
like 'small America.' The hold jobs as clerks typists,sec- eighth grade are taught by
Ausies admire us, our' radio, retaries, maintenance men and on Australian teachers in Exmouth. ; ,4' S / -j: ..
records American movies. A- down. They cannot be in the actual 'After the eighth grade the Navy ;' '
bout the only thing American they communications areas. Women dependents are sent to attend
don't like is our beer it's too working in the same job as .boarding school in Perth or backto
the states to complete their
weak. a man receives two-thirds the
salary that, he does." high school education.
Population Scattered Miss Buriani saw the Ausiesa '

"Australia is a hot dry coun- Founds League "informal casual happy,
try lying on the Tropic of Capri- cheerful, first name type peo- ax
corn. Just lately the people are "The Australians enjoy cricket ple.II
attempting build dams and con- soccer and lawn bowling. A national poll of the males
serve water to help irrigate and Youngsters are organized into indicated: they chose beer, horse r: Li -
improve land. The population is Little Leagues and play soft- betting and women (in that order -'
scattered and often quite sparsein ball, but is it not popular with ) as their favorites.Lt. Home At Last!
many areas, and some is ,of the adults". she continued. Buriani's overall impres-
the Aboriginal tribe." Miss Buriani was one of the sion was, "I loved Australia, VAP-62 Welcomes, De!. 19,
Miss Buriani lived at the Har- founding members of the Exmouth but there's nothing like the
old E. Holt Naval Communications lawn bowling league.. "Lawn U.S.A.! Jax -- Under banners of wel- birds flying in up-status.. This
Station near the newly established come for a job well done, VAP- in itself is an admirable accom-
town of Exmouth, Aus- 62's 9th consecutive Detachment plishment when one considersthe
tralia, in the Northwest frontier NESEP Deadline Draws Near 19 returned from Rota, Spain availability spare pans at
territory country. Exmouth. and friends of
Tuesday. Family places like Tunis, Tunesia, and
250 miles from the nearest small the returning sailors gathered at Stavanger Norway.
town and 850 miles from the nearest Deadline for application to the a maximum of four years edu- the Naval Air Station to welcome PTC Minnick and his crew of
city, Perth. She explained Navy Enlisted Scientific Edu ''cation towards a college degree home the 38 men, fiveofficercrew. world renowned shutter bugs
that, "eighty-nine these miles cation Program (NESEP) is and leads to a commission as a were "directly responsible for
were over a rough, dry din" drawing near and eligible per- regular officer .in the Navy or In carrying out, its mission of the installation,maintenance.and
road,that floods out quite often. sonnel are urged to apply now. Marine Corps.Eligibility photographic snapping the two repair of the cameras and also
requirements may aircraft unit recorded over '16, for the development of the thou-
Women Get Less The cut off date for Navy be obtained from the Educational 540 flight line miles and a total sands of feet of film used by the
for and
applications
requests Services Office, Bldg. 955. of 700 accident free hours. detachment.The .
submission of has been set
Exmouth has :a population of same If you need the requirementsfor Cdr. Jim Service, commanding Vappers made the usual
between two and three thousand at Oct. 1. Marine Corps person- NESEP, and: wish to applyforthis officer, welcomed home the De- rounds ,to exotic and no 'so exotic -
in the
nel interested personnelhave
which suppons the naval base. until Oct. 1 to program, apply now. tachment OinC, LCdr. Ben Wallace countries such as Spain
There are 198 homes and about and Nov. 1 request'to submit ap- Career oriented personnel who Assistant OinC LCdr. Ken England, Greece, Italy, Tunesia,
200 families, both American and them.plications have the potential to completea Froehlich and their flight crews. Lybia. Norway Denmark, and
Australian, living there. American < scientific college curriculumand CWO-4 Don Lash was ground Germany. All the members of the
provided housing alternateson NESEP is a college training who possess those qualities maintenance officer for the four detachment agreed it was one of
the blocks with Australian pro- program established for out desired in an officer of the Navyor and a half months Det. 19 was the best ever but as can be expected -
vided housing. Her general impression standing enlisted Navy and 'Ma Marine Corps should take advantage gone. With the' able assistance the comment of the dayis
was that, "the Aus- rine Corps personnel. It provides of this opportunity. of AMSC Daniels, they kept the "It's great to be homer',

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Domestic Action ; '- ) I V t nJ Set V .; c e s '


Can You Help? .

ROMAN CATHOLIC
St. Edwards Chapel
Not all challenges to the military are on the battlefield.In .
Vietnam, thousands of servicemen have learned that Civic SUNDAY MASS3 &.11 a.m*
Action rates high on the list of military operations. Closer to home,, DAILY MASS11:30 a.m.
nearly everyone is aware of the military's pioneering efforts in insuring ConfeIonto'ill: :; be held on
equal rights and opportunities for servicemen.Now Sunday at 8:30= & 10:30: a.m.
another challenging' area has been singled out: Domestic Ir instead: of Saturday.U. .
Action.
This is not just a "hearts and minds" project. Domestic Action 1 S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
Is designed to link the Defense Department's vast resources with -kr? Lube's Chapel
those of other Government agencies and private institutions to
overcome some of the serious domestic problems which face the SUNDAY( MASS8:00 a.m.

nation. PROTESTANT WORSIIIP
The Chairman of DoD's Domestic Action Council, Roger T. Kel-
ley, Assistant Secretary of Defense (Manpower and Reserve Affairs SERVICES10:00: a.m.
) sees Domestic Action as "a vital dimension of national se- PROTESTANT
"
curity.
He says the military should and must be involved in programsthat FAMILY' PHOTOS AND KIDNAPPING-Navy Wives Club of AH I Saints! Chapel

help fight domestic ills. America Jax 86 started their fall meetings with an informal
;Mr. Kelley's enthusiasm is echoed by other Defense officials. "Kidnap" Coffee that featured the wives sharing photograph SUNDAY)
And, perhaps more importantly, it is shared by the people who albums with each other. Most wives asked their neighbors at Church School9:00 a.m.

have Domestic Action programs in operation. the last minute to as they are and join the coffee, that's Bldg. # 122.
come
Center
Camp Concern, for example, at the Naval Training :
Kit Otto, a sponsorof Junior Church"10:66'a.m..
Bainbridge, Md., is now in its second year. Camp Concern is a mas- where the "kidnapping" took place. Mrs.
sive summer program for underprivileged youngsters from Balti- the club was caught washing her hair, but join J ed the coffee, Bldg. 722
more's poverty areas. It was initiated by the Navy and the Office -. towel and all. Divine Worship Jl Service 10
of the Baltimore Mayor, with cooperation from the Department a.m. Bldg. 750
of Health, Education and Welfare and the Office of Economic Op Episcopal Communion 8:30:
a.m.
portunity. Small Chapel Bldg) 750

Jax Jaw BoxIf Junior Youth Fellow ship. 5 p.m.,
Bldg. $; 722
TUESDAY'
Senior choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.

someone gave you three wishes, what would you wish for? Bldg. 750 '
THURSDAY .
Christian Science Service -
Clyde H. ,Reid 8 p.m. Bldg...q 750

w "Good Health. Good looking SUNDAY'
girls Three more wishes." Evening Worship 6 p.m.

lf A Bldg. # 750 .
Mrs Bonnie Kierce ''r \M TUESDAY
{
f ( Ii I\\ A Pentecostal Fellowship--7p.m.
.> "For the world to be a beth Bldg. V 722
ter place in which to live. Wisi S, i
:. p'4t dom, knowledge and understand :. == I {
;_.L! : '1 ing of the people around me.How k. -_ "
and in what way I can help peo- Traffic
pIe to help themselves. Kierce


\, PH2 Robert W. LewisReid ViolationsThe
Camp Concern didn't grow into being just because someone
picked 'up the battle cry "Domestic Action." It started becausea "Japan, shore duty, Hatsi
command determined it had a responsibility and because it :1 'bath.". i following is 'a report of
wanted to get closer to the people it serves: the American Public ; motor vehicle accidents and traf-
-- the community.For -i$ CMSgt. Just D. Roche <, fic violations for the period Sept.
the people of Bainbridge, Md., the key to success was initiative 2-8.
and a strong sense of purpose. "A better world to live it. 8 w w
That same key is available to every serviceman. It needs onlyto Peace in the U. S. A. for our Number of Accidents
be turned to put action into Domestic Action. We hear of Civic people. That all crippled children This week - - -15
Action in the hamlets of Vietnam. At home it is Domestic Action. "d. could be able to walk." .K Total accidents this year through
We all have a major share in this Country's welfare. Sept. 8 - - 390
Learn what your base is doing in the Domestic Action area and Lewis Karen Heslin Roche Number of accidents through SeO

see where you can lend a helping hand. The next step is up to "Peace in the world. More tember 1968 - -287
you. (AFPS) sunshine less rain in Florida. Total number of days since last
Trip around the world.1 injury in a motor vehicle accident -
-. - 103
To Those Who TryThe PNC William Walker

Number of Violations
This week - - 81
following words are from the pen of President Theodore "Shorter turnarounds for tail- -11
-
-
Speeding - -
Roosevelt: "It is not the critic who counts, nor the man who pointsout hook outfits. Less sea duty. - -2
Reckless
how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could :, More money for sea duty per Driving -6
-
sign
sonnel. Going through stop
have done better. - -62
I Other violations -
"The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena; 1 CYNSN Kathy Strange
whose face is marred by dust and sweat; who strives valiantly; .. .___ I Thirty drivers appeared be -
who errs and may fail again and again, because there is not effort Heslin "A certain party to return Walker fore the Traffic Hearing Boardon
without error 'or shortcoming, but who does actually strive to do quickly. December to hurry andfi. 11. Disposition of the
the deeds who does know the enthusiasm, the devotion sept.
; great great ; get here. A long awaited letter cases included the following: 10
who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best, knowsin to arrive." -
lost and privi-
the end the triumph of high achievement and who at the worst, a s driving parking
for various
,aboard station
if he falls, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place Mrs. Vivian Mayfield leges to
assigned
shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither Pp periods; 12 were
victory nor defeat." "Peace and good will among all > complete an eight hour received course
in remedial driving; 3
nations. A workable solution to '
end the strife, extremism and suspensions; 7 were given warnings
terrorism occurring in so manyof ; 9 were dismissed; 26

our cities and universities. were fined (U. S. Commissioner)
JA.x. All* NEWSThe Universal Christianity and a return and 8 referred to commanding officers -
to the Golden Rule, which for possible disciplinaryaction.
I believe, would take care of my Fifteen drivers were
Strange first two wishes." Mayfield assessed 46 traffic points.
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each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jack

sonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a private

firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS must Your Social Security I
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or 11 1'). social security benefits in tax return if you are self-em- prior marriages and divorce (or
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Advertisements" arc solicited by the publisher and' queries bring certain documents with statement of your wages from birth certificates of any child-
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VOL. 27 NO. 26 SEPTEMBER 18 1969 ((1)) Proof of age, such as your the following dates in mind or claim much faster.process This In -
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I I rNATTC: Behind The SceneV



..- EMC John E.Williamson ing and damaging 107 waterborne the variety show. To top off the
NATTC chief master at ;logistics crafts, 10 trucks and evening NATTC Protestant Chaplain -.
arms received the Combat Ac- two bunkers, 16 buildings, rescuing Rogers pantomimed The Yel-
tion Ribbon and a citation in the one U.S. Air Force pilotat low Rose of Texas
captain's office.Friday morning. sea, and conducting 91 underway Most of. the girls there were
Chief Williamson,who has been replenishments without a connected with the Lutheran Mil +
itary Information Of flees. There fT
December
aboard NATTC since mishap. k
1968.and? was awarded the Cita- Sock Hop were also student nurses from St..
tion for his excellence in carry- Successful --- a word that describes Vincent's Hospital and several
ing out his duties aboard the very well the"Sock 11op" WAVES. F
USS Allen M. Slimmer (DD-692)). at King Hall. The evening was The dance, which Chaplain x. ,dn
The ship was engaged in battlein fun filled with music, live entertainment Rogers hopes to have monthly,
Vietnam. "In spite extended and refreshmentsfor was chaperoned by five sponsors
at sea periods, long working all. from the Lutheran Military Information N',", .
hours, and adverse and'hazardous There were about 100 guys to Office. AL GALLMAN (I I) received the MAD plaque from Lt.
conditions -- including being 48 girls, so there weren't any Talent Hunting GYSGT. Eckmann, commanding officer, last week. The wood
taken under fire by the enemy wallflowers. Col. R.P.
and above when they leave
on 12 different occasions,"Chief A group called the Fabutations, Troubadours, dancers, and plaque is presented to sergeants
'
leaves this
Williamson's performance on from AE School,did six numbers, other people of talent your time the Marine Air Detachment. Gunny Gallman week.
duty was outstanding." and organist Ron Rizzo along with has come. The Sixth Naval Dis- for WestPac after more than two years here.
These "adverse and hazardous drummer Bob Young did two num- trict Talent Contest will be heldat
conditions" occurred while the bers. Jeana and Wanda, a folk the Naval Training Center,
Summer was engaged destroy duo also added their action toMIBiB.I.i Orlando, Oct. 1922.If .
you are an active duty Navy
person, just contact Mrs. De- CLOSEOUT.
Wolfe,NAS Special Servicesand
she will tell you how to get
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Class 917, in the sixth and last ALSO DISPLAYING THE WORLD 'FAMOUS
phase of their school, made it
DRAFT BEER with a total of 909 points. VOGUE .

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I ComFairJax Law- Center Going Full Speed Ahead.. j jcult I

BY JACKIE KODUS

Jax -- The Military Justice prised of four-man teams --- figures for August show that the and demanding job, which from other Lee activities.and his staff,members
Act of 1968 has been said by three lawyers and one court re- center has provided three law- calls for the recording of every Capt. staff
of the Navy's newest
many leading law experts to be the poner---are constantly avail yers for each of 27 court -mar- word spoken in court, verbatim, their bestto
doing
347 legal is handled by YN2 Barbara Slade, corps are
most comprehensive legislation tial cases, and handled service,
in years to ensure the consti able.Like the other 29 centers,' assistance cases. YN2 P.R. Brown and two civilians provide proper law and expedient -
assistance
of and for The for the Mrs. Elizabeth Fernandes, adequate legal
tutional rights men women the Jax branch is responsible men responsible
uniform.. reviewing all courts-martial in smooth operation of the center and Mrs. Joyce Shea and occasionally help to all military per-

The Act started in motion the its own sub-area.. Additionally, include LCdr. C. E. Pope, LCdr. other court reporters sonnel and their dependents.

wheels of development for 30( it provides legal assistance and J.P. Googe, Lt. E.L. Duncan,
Navy law centers around the advice to military personnel and Lt. E.W. Moses, Lt. C.B. Smi-
world. The centers,including one their dependents. ley and Lt. D.R. Tobin, all of flMlA
here, began operations about six Capt. Lee pointed out that "we the JAG Corps.
weeks ago. haven't been in business long e- Another task taken in stride
One of the most significant nough to really tell" how well by the personnel of the centeris
changes brought about by the the program will work.However, court reporting. ,This diffi- P A R t M.E. N t S

QUA is the requirement that 4 *
trained lawyers be assigned to
Oto i WLS FflOMN
tried by
represent persons special I 1a "tr
courts-ma rtlals,and beforea I AS JAX MAIN &ATE
Bad Conduct Discharge maybe t

adjudged a lawyer, called the
Military Judge, must presideover
the court. Adding one law

yer to represent the Govern Phase I :
ment results in a total of three
lawyers involved in almost all

special court-martials. FAMILY APARTMENTS

Another important change is ,
that an accused person may elect 111
to have his case tried by 6.
the Military Judge alone, thus Phase II:

releasing non-lawyers from the
task of serving on courtsmartial
SINGLES and YOUNG MARRIEDS
so that they don't have to
be taken away from their normal
You've Asked for it...

jobs.This requirement of Increased LEGAL ASSISTANCE is readily available to all who requestaid
Now It's Ready For You!
lawyer participation would have from the ComFairJax legal staff. Here Lt. C.B. Smiley

tional necessitated lawyers at for least the 289 Navy.addi By} gives legal advice in his busy office. LARGE I, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments from $143 mo.

pooling most of the lawyers in ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: FEAT U R I N G::::;;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

the 30 law centers, the Navy has
been able to'do the job with only! O Quality Furniture Individually controlled
Central Heat and
97 more lawyers.
Heading the Commander Fleet Massive Closet Space Air ConditioningSpacious

Air Jacksonville Law Center Is i t 7.Mf

Capt. R.E. Lee, a senior Navy v Club Room for Fully Carpeted &.

lawyer and Veteran of more than f I r, Parties & Entertainment Draped
26 years of practice in Nayy law
Code of\Military
under the Uniform V Utilities included '.> Furnished &
Justice. XII Unfurnished
The Jax Law Center is not a .
Club size pool with
activity, but is also ar
integral separate part of ComFairJaxStaff. N Cabana at pool side

The area covered is the FREE Golf at private
Manager and social coCountry Clubyw&z&
Jax sub-area of the Sixth Naval r 4

District including Jax, Orlando Albany d ::::-::*:::-:::*::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::. :::.,:::: ::: :: : : :: : :$::: ::-.:.::=::.M:.
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Other law centers of the Sixth _
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CIVIL SERVICE NEWSCARE







Merit Promotion OpportunitiesListed

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1rL rf for Civilian EmployeesJax


,-- Merit promotion op 89 6U Electronics Mechanic 69 Boiler Tender 122 -69 Plumber -
portunities currently open for (Maintenance), 90-69 Machinist 124 GO!) Assistant Meat
receipt of applications are list- 91 69 A/C Electrical Cutter, 125 69 Laborer.clean-
ed below., Applications for the Worker, .1)2) C9 Planner er and 126 69 Mess Atten-
; r 1 following positions will be accepted & Estimator' (Public Works Electrical dant. ,
: from career or career Systems) 9J GO Applications for the following
conditional employees of the air Industrial Tractor Operator !04-} positions will be accepted at any .
station Naval Air Rework Facility 69 Apprentice (first Year), 06- time from career or career -
Naval Air Reserve Train GV! Statistical Assistant GSfl -% conditional employees of the
ing Unit, Fleet Air Jacksonville, ( 69 Accounting Technician same: organizations as In the first
;Lk'I Fleet Aviation Electronics GS 4, 101 GO} A/C Metal- group. However,the first cut-off
Training Unit Atlantic Det. Jax, smith, 102 69 Automotive- date for establishing the regis-, ,
Naval Hospital Navy Commis- chanic (Body and Fender, and ters for each job follows Position '
pa sary Stores,Navy Recruiting Station 103 69 Clerk Dictating Machine discription:
,Disease Vector Control Cen- Transcriber GS 4. MP13 No. 128 69 Secretary
ter, Regional Storage Manage (Stemography) GS 4 ((9 23-
FREE -- After 28 years continuous service with the sta- ment Office, Defense Surplus Also, 104 69 Supervisory 69)), 129 69 Aircraft Instru-
tion's Public Works Department, Belford L. Davis can now Sales Office 'and fleet Weather Supply Technician GS 8, 105- ment Mechanic Electronic ((9-
take it easy. He received a watch and plaques from Capt. L.W. Facility. 69 Secretary (Steno) GS 5,10769 22 69)) 130: 69 Automotive
Graves upon his retirement Applications will be acceptedat Card Punch Operator GS 2 Equipment Servicemen ((9 23-
and GS 3, 108 69 Messenger -
time.
any 69)); 131 69 Clerk GS 301-
Clerical Jobs Vacant in D.C. MPI3 No.'79 69 Electronics GS 2 and GS 3, 110- 2 and 3(9( 24 69)), 132 69
Mechanic, 80 69 A/C Elec- 69' Production Controller GS- Computer Operator GS 5 ((9-
fill tronics ,Worker, 81 69 Ac- 7, 111 69 Planner & Esti 69 Stock-
Jax -- The Navy Department in graphers to vacant position.The 24 69)) and 133: -
Washington, D. C. has a need,for help fill the need, a Navy counts Maintenance'' Clerk, GS4 mator (Sheetmetal Worker),112- man ((9 29 69)),
civilian typists and steno representative will be at the Navy 82-69 Planner & Esti- 69 Electric Accounting Machine Applications for positions in
Public Works Struc Operator GS 3 3,113: 69 Digital -
Recruiting Station in the federal mator ( the next group will be accepted
Building, 400 W. Bay St. injack- tures),' 83 69 A/C Instru- Computer System Admin- from those with career or car-
TEXACO INC. sonville to conduct interviews. ment Mechanic, 84-69 A/C istrator GS -11,114 69 Pipe- eer conditional appointmentsof
Interviews may be arranged by Instrument Worker, 85.- 69 coverer and Insulator, 115 all federal agencies nation-
Dealerships Available calling Miss Jean Kamminga at A/C Electrician, 86 69 Clerk 69 Plastered, 117 69 Sheet- wide: '
the Recruiting Station Monday (Stenographer) GS 3 and GS4 metal Worker, 118 69 'Re ri- MPB No. 120 69 Electri
4230 Ortega Blvd. through Friday. 87 69 Clerk TypistGS geration and Air Conditioning Accounting Machine SupervisorGS
660 Riverside Ave. 2, 3 and 4, 88 69 Elec- Mechanic, 11.9 69 Military 5 ((9 22 69 closing
l 195 & Baymeadow Rd. ; tronics Mechanic,(A/C Systems) Personnel Clerk GS 4, 121- date to establish,register), 127- .
7-1
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE iR :; 69 Physical Science Technician
((10 26 69)) and 134 69
TRAINING WITH PAY
ADVERTISING AND CONTROL SERVICE Cost Accountant GS' 5, 7 and 9
r.a}l ,( Complete Pst coot .a
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1t .
PROMOTIONAL SUPPORT :. i I' -d, 3740 Main Sti. ., I ((10-15-69))
Call 353-5736 o ,'t3546314 j Applicants must be career or
Or Write P.O. Box 3702 I aMen ; FREEnsp.cti .10 career conditional employeesof
Jacksonville. Fla. 4IIII o O 4IIII the federal government.TACOf. "




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I Meets Marine Wives

\\FRA, Auxiliary Receive Letter

The Ladies Auxiliary of the nesian food will be served and the

Fleet Reserve Association, Unit entertainment will be strictly Of
91 met Sept. 8 at the clubhouseon South Sea Islands. Chairman of AppreciationJax
Collins Road. this affair will be Mrs. John Wives Glib
The president, Mrs. Joseph Fogarty, assisted by Mrs. Frank -- The Marine of
activities -
here began a new year
Pierotti welcomed the guests and Pekar and Mrs. Jake Pugh.
with
received the reports of standing Tickets are being readied for Monday evening a
committees. the "Basket of Cheer" drive, meeting at the Marine Air De

Plans were formulated for the and greeting cards will be on a? : I tachment. -
Carol conducted
'J'f President Scoppe
coming events to be hosted by the sale from now until the holidays. '1 the 8 business meet-
unit. First on the agenda will bea These two projects are to raise ,,<} p.m. Miss
luau Oct. 18 at the clubhouse.A funds for the Welfare Fund of + < ing and read a letter from
limited amount of tickets will the unit. The help and cooperation \ ::2 Ilena Abrams, recreation super-
be available for this social and of members is needed for .,' X visor at the Naval Hospital.
i.'j" Miss Abrams thanked the Ma
members are urged to make early the success of these projects. .Q' f> .. Club members for
reservations.Hawaiian/ Poly Tom Feaster, branch chair : rine.Wives of -the
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-' their continued support
man for the 1971 National Con
.. -- -- -- --'Iith' vention, spoke to the ladies, and ALL READY TO' TEE-OFF--The Jax NAS Women's Golf hospital's recreation program.
be held on
will
II explained the various plans being Association held a Tee-Off coffee before the start of play that Meetings now of
the first and third Monday
'HONE made for our Branch 91 to began Sept. 9. The WGA plays both nine and J 18 holes of golf. each month. All ladies interestedin

.31111-11838, present to the executive board Shown are the various chairman of the association with Asso joining the club are invitedto
FRA, on Sunday at Norfolk, Va.STEAK .
ciation Chairman, Mrs. Lassie Mahoney, center, standing. of the meetings. Eligibleare
.. any
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(MJI] '. ..rTr" -" wives of active duty and retired -
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USED CAMERAS AND .':", : ';,"" The next regular meeting will
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S Best Town Baked Potato in SYSTEMS ARE GO---The poster-chairman for the ,Jack

STEAK 159 Try our Blue CheeseBaked sonville Officers' Wives Club fashion show, Mrs. Elaine

Potato DressingFast Schultz, (I), strategically places the fashion show posters with rll r7
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& Rolls a All beef is USDA and is the Thunderbird Hotel. of nCJuan
cut on premises

Our Steaks are not frozen therefore they will retain '
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make your 1 as

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MovieSchedule starring Frank Sinatra and Clint:

} i',E"" -. '' : Walker. ,G/VG ((105 mins.) .
J."".;" ..t- i'P! / HOSPITAL: "YELLOW SUB -'
t6 Ir '\ 1, i MARINE" '. .
'.' ) \\I'.t' '\\1 : MONDAY September 22
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Movies will be shown nightlyat :

Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m.. ma starring Scott Wilson and John
Forsythe. A/E ((134 mins.)
Florida 32210. to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. There will also be a kiddie mat-
Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a HOSPITAL: "NONE BUT THEBRAVE"
publisher instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun-
be received WITH the copy for the ad. day and holidays.The TUESDAY, September 23
Hospital Theater will have NAS: "FIVE CARD STUD"

Do Net Soid C sk ,one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Color western starring Dean
Cecil Field will have two nightly Martin, Robert Mitchum and In-
Rate shows during the week at 5:30 ger Stevens. AM/E ((103 mins.)
: MJilnvn chirgo ((3 hiss). . . . .$2.00 and 8 p.m. Matinees will be HOSPITAL: "IN COLD


For addition! lice ((4 words per Hat, ). e e e e e 0.50 .p.m.shown on weekends at 2 and 5 BLOOD"WEDNESDAY, September 24
NAS: "ANY WEDNESDAY"Color
comedy starringJane Fonda -
THURSDAY. September 18 Jason Robards and DeanJones
AUTO AIR CONDITIONING FOR SALE 1967 YAMAHA, FOR RENT: AM/VG ((10
Window units & central units 250 cc Yds 3, $250. Ext. Furn. 3 Room House, Garage. NAS: "HORSE IN THE GREY
service & repaired, Tylers 3501 NAS Jax. After 5 p.m. Ridgewood sect. O.P. Couple or FLANNEL SUIT"Color romantic Keep ElAI.l. ROLLING"..
Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 7718715. bachelor. 264-8016. comedy starring Dean Jones and -
Palmer Ave.Lake; Shore) 388 Diane Baker. G/E ((113 mins.) ottr:../ ;-1

5161. CULLIGAN WATER TREAT- NEEDSMALLCDMBO HOSPITAL: "RUN WILD RUN ca <

MENT Soft Water Iron/Sulphur for Friday nites. Apply 6461 FREE" Color drama starring $
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK removal. Sales & Rentals. Free Roosevelt Blvd. after 4 p.m. John Mills and Mark Lester.G/E & ,\\ \ 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean mins. "' '
analysis, 764-7136. ((100 ) "
modern trailers & Apts. 389 -
SWAP A GLENFIELD MARLIN -
3007. GEORGE'S KENNELS 30-30 for'a 10 12 ft. aluminum FRIDAY September 19 IB--- MONEY roc!

Dogs and Cats boarded. Free jon-boat. 772-8087 after 5 p.m. NAS: "POPI" Color drama
.NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS pickup and delivery Est. 1925, starring Alan Arkin and Rita SPACIOU3 fc PEACEFULMARSHALL
Consoles, some with AM/FM Poodle Grooming Reasonable WANTED: LADY TO SHARE MY Moreno. G/G ((115 mins.) ACRES

tape players. At dealers cost. 5085 Edgewood Ct. (Near Cas- home. Help take care of school- HOSPITAL: "HORSE IN THE 9359 103rd Street
to liquidate stock. FullwarrantylPhone I sat and Edgewood) 389 0064 age children for' free room & GREY FLANNEL SUIT" Jacksonville's newest &
7710409.. board mother works. 264-6496.
SATURDAY, September 20 most modern mobile home
DASCHUND PUPPIES FOR SALE community I Is now open for
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
1963 VOLVO 544 R/H CLEAN NAS: "YELLOW SUBMARINE
AKC Registered 6
wks. Call 44
old. your inspection. Large. x
Houses & Apts. Equity VA & 264-6156. Runs real good. Must sell. $550. Color animated cartoon featuringthe 75 'tot*.
FHA resales. $100 down. Call 2642893.
voices of the Beatles. G/E
$35
ONLY
Power or Mills, USN Ret. 264- SELL WIGS ((85 mins.) PER MO.
2411 Orange Park Realty, Mili- and Mink Oil Cosmetics -Maria HOSPITAL: "POPI" Swimming pool, tennis court,
tary Free Notary.IN Wilhelm, Koscot Distributor, HOUSE FOR'SALE NAS &CECIL NAS MATINEE: "PERILS OF shuffleboard court B B QpU

398 5906. 5 1/4 pa. equity. 3 BR., 2 PAULINE" Color comedy star- picnic built for your en-
joyment. Act Today! Call
CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND PART TIME Ba., Cent. Heat & Air. Fenced ring Pat Boone and Terry Tho- :
Area. 5 Acres. 10 Acres &, EL VERANO MOTOR COURTMr.
larger tracts Terms 282 -5272or Married E 4 and above. Are 771-7684.yard. Near 3 schools. $103 mo. mas. ((99 mins.) F. S. Martin, Manager

282 5224.AUTOMOBILES. you having trouble making ends SUNDAY September 21 359 2924For
meet'? We can work your hoursin
FOR SALE 1962 FALCON 2 DR.
with your duty schedule. For NAS: "NONE BUT THE Full Details
FURNISHED appointment '264-6485 Standard trans., over 20 m.p.g. BRAVE" Color war drama
\ East & West Coast. 353 3691. $250 Ph. 264-2389.

HOMES RENT OR SALE I
FOR SALE BY OWNER HELP WANTED MALE SHORT
We help NAVY Quick MoveIn
4 BR. 3 bath home In lovely ORDER COOK. Full time night &
Call first I Courteous
us SUNDAY
neighborhood, nearNAS,schools, Service. day. Char-Burger, Orange Park, OPEN
shopping center, etc. Priced at 264-4511. rf*
SILLAY REALTY COMPANY *** 4 sfc
FHA appraisal of $23,200 with .
389
$1600 down. Or pay approx. $13, 6201. WAITRESS WANTED!!
000 and assume our 5.750/0/ mort Good pay; good hours. Call
gage. Will consider renting to Challenging- i work for 3 person- 781-9818. Mrs. Goff 10AM-5PM.

responsible family at $225 per ality type girls 2-3 eveningsa
mo. on 1-yr. lease. For appt. week. High earnings Beeline 100% GUARANTEE
Call Mrs. Pike at 264-9920. Fashions 355-3296 or 355-1802.
AKCSILVER MIN. POODLES
We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In.
STEREO CONSOLE COMBO FOR SALE Shots & wormed. $60. 781-4810. pertlon. Then we tuned up tightened, and replaced everything
Take on 2 month Live crabs & Fresh fish. Wil- that needed it. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or
up payments ford replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 day or 1000
old beautiful walnut stereo Fish Camp. 264-9707. COIN LAUNDRY FOR SALE mile. Come on in and double check.
console like new. 4 speed $1,000 monthly gross. $300. per
'
record changer combinationradio. PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS-Enrolling mo. net. Priced for quick sale ASSEMBLIES ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION-BRAKE 'REAR ELECTRICAL AXLE FRONT SYSTEM AXLE
Balance due $68 or $9 fall term. 389 7622 $6,000 A' R.Marshall Realtor
per month. Phone 353 1946 2834 Grand Ave. Mrs. J. M. 354 3054 or 384 7634. Bold New Colors
night or day. Ask for Credit Elliott
Manager. Will deliver no ob-
ligation. 1606 Main Street. HOME'TOR SALE OAK HILL 64 VW SEDAN $1050
Park Clean 3 BR., Den, Fire- TOmE'S Radio and Heater
ZIG ZAG FOR $29 place. Fenced yard. 2 Ba. 5 1/4
SEWING MACHINE Original F.II.A. $3,000 equity. 7719427.DO Tire: Oc:>>w 65 VW SEDAN $1195
Guarantee, scratched 1 in ship Radio and Heater

ment. Zig Zags, makes button- 66 VW SEDAN '"< $1295
holes, sews on buttons decora- YOU WANT TO BE A DISC RECAPSi95 ) tt-: '
tive designs, monograms, etc. JOCKEY? For information dial Radio and Heater ':" 'i}. .

Just pay balance $29 or $8 per 356-8351. 67 VW SEDAN \r \,7':. $1495
month. Phone 353 1946 Radio and Heater ; "' "
f-.
day or nite. Ask for Credit Man- FOR RENT HOUSE
68 VW SEDAN .-. .
ager. Will deliver,no obligation. completely furnished 2 BR.Chain .,ft-;! $1700
1606 Main Street.IN Link fenced yard. $85 a month. Radio and Heater

8915 Hipps Rd. 7717397. 67 PLYMOUTH VALIANT $1495

CLAY COUNTY "Signet" 4. Door Sedan, Auto trans., R & H

2 and 3 acre Ranchettes, paved FOR SALE BOAT MOTOR 6324 BLANDING/ BLVD. CHEV. IMPALA $1695

and graded lot & road frontage Off.$1450.Ph. Johnson 40 H.P. $250. Excellent 2. Door HT., V-8, Auto Trans. PS, PB, Air Cond.
per up, terms. Cond. 264-6978.
282 5272 Home 282 5224.. 66MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE $1695

FOR SALE BY OWNER '61 PONT. CONV., NEW TOP V-8, Auto Trans., Air Cond., R & H, CarouselRed

2 BR. Masonry home. Real nice, and tires, $375. 771-6638. DELUXEI Black Top66VWFASTBACK
I, 2&3 BEDROOM APTS.
Ideal locationReasonable.Furn- $1795
1966 BMW-MOTORCYCLE .Furnished or Unfurnished
ished or unfurnished. Ph. 600 cc, Excel cond., NAS Jax Radio, Heater, Air Cond.
765-3666 after 5:30
Ext. 3760, after 5 p.m. Ext. 66 VW DLX. STA. WAG. $1695

BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS HOME 3852 Dick Court. (gluhegontine1lt 68 VW KARMANN GHIA $2295

ON St. Johns River, Dock, A/C,
Radio and Heater, Air Cond.
FOR SALE MOBILE HOME
Central heat, lot 100 x 200. 2,
miles south of Palatka. Private 1963 10 x 52 New Yorker Car- l OVER 50 CARS-TO CHOOSE FROM
but near shopping area. 23500. peted, awning, utility shed, air (
Call 325-2727 between 7-8 cond., $2,995.771-3388.

A.M. or after 7 P.M.WATERFRONT. and
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: MAN'S BLUE SUIT 6f1 aB

2 pr. of pants 2 pair of shoes,
LOTS 1 table saw, 1 clarinet, Sunday
High wooded, perfect for re 2306 Cedar Shore Circle. INC.
.On the
St.
tirement and year around living.Easy'terms Johns Riverat .
Mobile Homes Welcomed Orange Park

1 Mile East of Lake CUSTOM MADE GOLD DANISH Phone 264-6070 1150 Lone Ave., So. Phone 781-5511
Ashbury on 209. Also new restricted Modern chair. New $30. Custom
sub division rear com- made Child's 3 1/2 ft. by 41/2 Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM

pletion. Contact LaRue 725- ft. pool table with fitted top &
'3992. all ace. $45. 388-0306.



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Naval Academy GamesNAS
ESPORTS ROUNDUP
k CECIL Following are the schedules for the U. S. Naval
SMC George Blackburn a Academy's upcoming gridiron season, which is launched this Sat'urday -
against Perm State.
Clip and paste up 'somewhere, and you'll know where "Navy"is
BOWLING: ,the Thursday Na- to 6. VA 44had two touchdowns M doing battle for.the following weekends of fall.
tional League after two weeks of called back but the Hornets will
bowling action has watched the definitely be tough the second SEPT. 20 PENN STATE (HOME)
VA 44 'top dogs' slip from first half.The 27 Boston College (Away)
place into a three way tie for Standings: OCT. 4 Texas '(Away)
second with Operations and VA- VA 174 5-0 11 Pittsburgh (Away)
174. The 'dogs' dropped another VA-12 5-0 18 Rutgers (Away)
series to VA 174 1## 1 Hell- ADMIN 4-1 4 25 VIRGINIA (HOME)
razors while NAMTD's Spoilers VA-44 3-3 NOV. 1 Notre Dame (Away)
were taking four from their Marines 3-2 /t 7 Miami (Fla.) (Away)
counterparts the Professorsand VA 172 2-2 t ; 15 SYRACUSE (HOME)
thereby moved into first place. VA-45 2-3 9CHARMERTina 29 ARMY (Philadelphia)
Peter Henderlite Stimula- Weapons 0-4
tors the alleys mumbling to them- AMD 0-5 UNIMAGINABLE ERROR
selves as they lost the seriesto VC-4 0-5 I BlueboltsStrike .
the ADMIN Blackshoes. The RUGBY: Well the old men did Last week by some unimaginable -
Blackshoes who began slowly now meet the challenge last weekend error, the AFTERBURNER
seem to be making a recoveryas with the New Zealanders when confused the names of personnelwho
they have won their conteststwo they took to the field for a rugby received awards and/or con-
weeks in a row now. the match. There were some winded gratulations during the Captain's
leading man for the Blackshoes chiefs and some bruised Chiefs NAS CECIL It did not take Personnel Inspection. We have ,
is Sam Delvecchio with a ,611 but there is no avoiding the fact G VA 172's Bluebolts long to get attempted, to qualify the i inequity
'"I series and a 'high game'of 232. that the Chiefs were there, and their bowling league going after here. ,'Sam Vieyra was awarded
that in itself its worthy of some their return to Cecil. Team 1## 2, Sailor of the Month for July and
The standings: compliment. Most of the old men consisting of Rickie and Joe Keil- Sandoval received the Navy Combat -
NAMTD 1## 2 12-4 do agree however that they are er and Nancy and Tony Romano, 'V' Award. We hope this will
VA-44 10-6 looking forward with much more is tied with Team # 8, made up not blemish our spotless reputa-
VA-1741 1# 10-6 by Bev Meredith, Fred Gose-
anticipation than previously to tion for accurate news gathering.
Operations 10-6 the next match with the KIWI's. brink and Marge and Carl Le-
ADMIN/BOQ 9-7 This one a Checker Tour- a doux. Both have a record of KEYS FOUND
Dental 8-8 nament. four wins and no losses; Tony George Newton of VA 37 has
VA -174113 8-8 Louise playsa Romano has the best score witha found a set of keys near the VA-
ADMIN 7-9 GOLF: barefoot charmer in "The 208 game. 37 VA 105 flight line. Do
VA-45 7-9 The Cecil Field Athletic'De Good Guys And The Bad Guys" they belong to you? They are
NAMTD #.1 6-10 partment will soon be starting a mostly copper keys none of which
FAETU 6-10 series of golf lessons for lady
I BANK AMERICARD.AMERICAN EXPRESS-STANDARD OIL are of the automobile variety.
AMD' 3-13 dependents. The first class registration : I MASTERCHARGE Credit Card Honored You can call George at Ext. 8379
date is October 7
FOOTBALL: In the touch foot at 10:30 a.m. The lessons will
ball action at Cecil Field, the run five consecutive weeks. Golf ROOSREl MALL
VA 174 Hellrazors and VA- equipment will be furnished but
12 remain undefeated but neOt ladies are reminded to wear com-
week these two teams will meetto fortable clothing and low heels. w
determine a winner and the tie The Ladies Golf Associationheld car wash III
will be broken. a kickoff 'Coffee" for the
ADMIN who began football season followed by a 9 hole tournament -
much the same as bowling came with blind partners.The
back after a primary loss to win winners were Claire Grosskopfand
NEW HOURS:8:30AM5:30PMMILITARY
four straight. Lucy Glasscock with a 76 :
In Monday's action VA174and 1/2. All ladies are invited for
VA 44 met head on withY the next event Friday at 9:00:
A -- 174 coming out on top 20 a.m.Need.
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pace I 11 I

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Fall Links Meet Weapons VP-16 Open


f Marks FoundingOf t Z_ h
With Wins in American ,;

Jax ComplexThe
Jax -- The American League Medical. Jim Grover tallied for +
annual NAS Jacksonville opened play in intramural foot- Medical. John Griffin added the
fall invitational ball competition Wednesday with two Air Ops conversions.
golf tournamentwill R VP-16 remained unbeaten in
and VP-16
be held Weapons edging out
the
over Navy
courseon
victories.The American League action after
Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 11
& 12 Eagles from 16 took on a Monday's play as they edged past
to coincide with the 29th '
Aircraft Maintenance 12 6.
of the stubborn Admin team and came
anniversary
founding of Bobby Durham the six pointer -
NAS Jax. away with a 12-8 win. Doug put
Sibole and Tom Fletcher scored across and Tom Fletcher add I
The is
event open to all ama- touchdowns for VP 16 while ed the extra point. Sal Molle
teurs with certified handicaps Admin scores on a 75 yard Den- and Rich Britt were the defensive
and will be 1
played over 36 holes
nis McLaughlin to Tim Sweeney standouts for the Eagles as they i
medal
play. Players will be divided -
pass play.Weapons. were each credited with forc-
into flights of 16, byhandicap tallied but I
only once ing a safety.
with prizes being awardedto it was erough to dump MARTD II II I
the 4 low in each I I
scorers
II 6-2., Bill Christian put the tallyon
flight. The field will be limitedto the board for Weapons while Buy

the first 128 paid entrants Jack Pierz caught the Weapons U.S. Savings Bonds I II
and players must be 18 yearsof quarterback In his own endzone I
age or older. The entry fee,
for a safety. & Freedom Shares
which will include all greenfees, i A/C Maintenance opened their
a practice round on Friday, Oct. 1 season with a 20-0 pasting of
10, and a buffet and cocktail VP.45 Thursday. StanClayRoger -
party on Sunday will be $18 and WELL I'LL BE A MONKEY'S ...... The WAPE coach congratu- Clark, and Albert Thompsonled RETIRING?
must accompany the applicationfor lates one of his players for making it to third base against the the way with touchdowns. ...
entry. Invitations have been VAP-62 remained unbeaten and BEING RELEASED?
Eagles of VP-16 in a Tuesday night softball battle at Mackroth
mailed
during the past week. unscored upon in the National
.Anyone interested In playing Field. League as they walked over FI- S.G.L.I. CONVERSION
who did not receive an invitation CEUR 18-0 Monday.Bobby Coch- HOSPITALIZATION '
may obtain one at the NAS Pro Eagles Pounce On ApesJax ran the Bob Travis notched touch- COMPLETE ESTATE AND
Shop. An 18-hole Pro-Am tourna- downs and Harold Freeman HEALTH PLANS
ment will be held on Oct. 10
-- It hard third base but scored two extra points. Bill
was to tell who runner and stole
prior to the two-day amateur also Mutual Omaha
Fertig and Travis were
invitational. One and won, and it was hard to tell exactly was thrown out trying to score
professional cited for their work on defenseas
three amateurs will Just what the score was, on a close play at home. A remark United Omaha
each team with scoring compete by the on but for the benefit of the hosts, fired at the game's gen- each for caught the FICEURquar-
Point-System. Entry fee is $10 VP-16, it will go on record that darme behind home plate was terback a safety. Kusske W.H. KABRICK, USN RET.
Elmer Brown and Jon
for professionals, $6 for ama- they dropped the "hard slugging, that there was more than one each scored a touchdown to lead 4077 Woodcock Dr.Jar 32207
slick fielding" disc Jockeys monkey on the field.
teurs. It is not to Call 724-7054
necessary Air Ops to a 14-6 win over
from
Radio Station WAPE stumbleover
Tues- Despite the occasional
in the Pro-Am to be
compete
eligible for the 36-hole amateur day night at Mackroth Field. a base, some rather loose
: The "jocks" were after their play in the infield (and out -
tournament. first win of the season but the field), and in between the pop-
Eagles weren't about to becomethe ping of the pop top cans it
Meeting Set sacrifice despite the fact turned out to be an entertaining -
the WAPE boys had their super evening of softball thanks to
Jax -- Anorganizationalmeet- mascot Ape in the coaching box. the good sports and their coach
ing for personnel and units intending The Ape did make an appear- from WAPE and the hustling o
to enter the Fall ping pong ance in the game as a pinch Eagles from VP-16.
and handball competition is sche-
duled for Wednesday, Sept. 24 Intramural @
(ping pong) and Thursday, Sep- StandingsGolf I
tember 25 (handball). Both c feeri:
meetings 'will be at 9:30 a.m. in Eootiloll
the gym. ; ,.
American 'American CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER

NARTU 1-0 VP 16 1-0
THIS WEEK'S Hospital 1-0 A/C Maim: 1-0 Blanding Blvd.Luxurious ",

A/C Maint. # 1 0-1 Weapons 1-0 dining MntJbto pHcct he. Uganca./ Swift,eoorteoua ..rvfc., emud.
SUPERISPECIALS Weapons. 0-1 Admin 0-1 .818 Cafeteria MM moat popes highly trained staff and the y,_ of
National MARTD 0-1 .Uf ple In town,and 348 has"mad .pertenc. In Mrvlng lh. limit food
VP-45 '. fit. 0.1FAETU their Mw..t cafeteria the.pHorn* of make your Mall to the naw 8 A 8 a.uet.
VP-7 1-0 another

1-0 HOUSE OF QUALITY FOOD
Caduceus 1-0 National LUNCH SUPPER
mtaaIMaw.wat NARF 1-0 11:00 Al:00 M Ii. 4:00'.":00 Ml
HUNTER'S SPECIAL!II! FAW 1 0-1 NARTU 1-0 ,

'63 JEEP $595 ComFairJaxAC Maint. # 2 0-1 0-1 VAP FlCEUR- 62 0-1 1-0 SIS Cafitirlo' b also khiftd! li tit Arliigtoi Plaza Shopping Cuter

Removable cab, (No Tradei Supply 0-1 Medical 0-1
ready. for the Woods!!
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CHEVEllE. $1195

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Cyclone, GT "390"V-8,

66 FORD.3-Speed,.R&H.. . $1095 COMPARE our LOW interest rates,

Sta. Wag., V-8, A/TAir,
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66 Simca Deluxe 1000S595 and get the .
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; 66 FIAT 600-D $444 best
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-- The VP-45 Red Darters You Pick 'UrnNAME .
returned from the CinClanFlt
Softball Championship finishing RANK TITLESERVICED
runner-up to the USS Wright.
The Red Darters opened the DUTY STATION )
tourney by downing the same
team from the Wright 3-1 behind (Team listed first is visiting team)
the strong pitching of Don Stew-
art. Rich Beaudoin and Charlie SAN DIEGO CINCINNATI (AFL)
Barber led the Daners hitting 1550 C ASS A T A VENUE
attack each laced
: as they out LOS ANGELES BALTIMORE .(NFL)
two hits in three trips to the plate.

Stewart had his fast ball in top SOUTH CAROLINA DUKE_ _ _
form as he fanned 14 batters.In .

game two of the tourney the LSU TEXAS A & M_ _
Daners coasted to an easy 23-0
shellacking of the USS Chive. .. -
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Don Stewart again picked up the ,
win as he whiffed 16 batters and .
GEORGIA TECH SMU
: his teammates supported him .
with 15 hits in the lopsided con- *
ARIZONA STATE MINNESOTA
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.. test. Beaudoin led the hitting
rapping out three hits in four 69 MALIBU
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the Red Darters ran into a mission, R&H xxx clean. NOW
revived Wright nine'as they dropped TEXAS CALIFORNIA_ _ _
the opening game 1-0 in 11
innings to even the series. Stew-
Tie breaker: Predict final score between Arizona State and
art was as fast as ever from .
the hill as he struck out 19 and
Minnesota. Indicate winners in other games by a check mark.
although his teammates collectedsix

hits they could not push Ballot boxes are located in Galley One and Main Exchange at NAS
across a single run.

In the championship game the Jax. Ballots must be in by noon Friday each week or they won't be WAS 1695
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