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Creation Date: October 2, 1969
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Jax -- Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 personnel can be proudof
t their accomplishment as they join the ranks of the other station
ch = activities who have gone "over the top" in this year's Combined
Federal Campaign.
s' 1 Coming through with 136 percent of their total goal, the Vappers
''rig took their place beside the 679th Radar Squadron, and, that good
'$ i +S ole, first in line, Navy Exchange.
C,.. & \ ; ''*' : Presenting the check for $2,234.50 to RAdm. RJ. Stroh, commander -
"$i Fleet Air Jacksonville and co-chairman of the drive, was
i; 'r ;;' .j VAP-62's Sailor of the Month, PT2 J.F. Johnson. Also present
j ; ;,, f at the Friday afternoon ceremony was Cdr. J.E. Service, squadron
skipper. .
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tamer '' ', rl Gordon King, chairman of the campaign, said, "Considering the
e'at' "* t fact that the drive is just barely underway, response has been real
: r, ,,* GV>V ,+ ; good -- and the payroll deduction plan seems to be very popular.
;;, r. If early reports are any indication, it looks gas though the drive
: ; this year will be as good or better than last year's."
x t. a$"= Q fA '' The 679th Radar Squadron, the only Air Force unit aboard NAS,
went over the top with 108.5 per cent of their goal. The Navy
,, Exchange, whose personnel have been first with their contributions -
M for five consecutive years, donated $3,000 to the cause.
Tl l- py' C "' All personnel working on station are encouraged to give their
fair share and put their activity "over the top." .



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military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 27 NO. 28 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER 2, 1969

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? Chilean Navymen Attend NATTC School :,1


By SN Pat Williams *t ,

Did you know that Chilean Navy ried,-and stamp collecting Is one as a hobby.
"boot camps".last a year? Theydo of his hobbies. After completing their trainingin
a <: according to Raul V. Lagos Petty Officer Zamora, who Is Memphis the men will returnto I
and Alejandro R. Zamora. single and lives with his parents, Chile where they will become
AE2 Lagos and AE3 Zamoraare simply prefers saving his coins instructors.
.f Chilean Navymen attending
Aviation Electrician's Mate
1 Class B School here at NATTC.
They are attending for 24 weeks
j and afterwards, will proceed to
NATTC Memphis to attend Instructor -
Training Class C School l
for four weeks. They are not In "
this country on any special pro-
gram.
They said that the recruit
training of a Chilean sailor is
more like a school, which lasts
for a year. After completingthe
school he becomes part of the h }
regular Navy. It Jsn't very easyto
get into the Chilean Navy ei-
ther. The tests are pretty stiff
and according to Lagos, "It's TH :
more like getting into college." ;
SAILOR TO SOLDIER -- PTI George E. Burgess was discharged "Servicemen are very well-re-
from I 11 I years of naval service and Immediately sworn spected in Chile, The sum-
into the Army as a WO by LCdr. Lyle C. Clark. Clark presented mersunlike( Florida's)are usual-
PTI I Burgess with his Navy discharge and a certificate of ly dry. There are deserts in the
from Fleet Center northern part of the country
appreciation Intelligence Europe. "
where it hardly ever rains.
Petty Officers Lagos and Zamora -
however, are from central a L
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Copt. J. A. Potter Takes Chile, Valparaiso to be exact.
They are impressed by Flori-
I da's many historical places and RIBBON CUTTING VAdm. Robert L. Townsend commander -
the state's progressiveness.They Naval .Air Force, Atlantic, cuts the ribbon, whi le Capt.
Oath As Military JudgeJax also like American cheese- H.O. Cutler HAS skipper, watches, to formally open I the new
burgers and fried chicken. Supply Systems Data Processing Computer Systems. The new
There are women in the Chilean IBM 360s will greatly improve and speed operations to order,
-- Under the new Mili- and the oath need not be taken Navy, we were toldhowever, maintain, proper stock level and route supplies to ordering
tary Justice Act of 1968, and again. Prior to this act a mili- they are more civil service than
areas. NAS Jax is the first of the Navy's industrial stations to
the amendment to the Uniform tary judge was sworn in before military. They don't have uniforms -
Code of Military Justice effec- each trial in the presence of or rates as the men do. convert to the system.
tive Aug. 1 Capt. James A. Pot- the accused. Petty Officer Lagos is mar-
ter, JAGC, was sworn in as a Capt. Potter was Staff Judge I October Children' Dental Program j II

Military Judge by RAdm. Robert Advocate the ............ ........... ..
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J. Stroh, Friday. staff. Now he has been :.: : : : :.1 InsideEDITORIAL. : :::::: : : The scheduling of preventative Desk during normal working
appointed
The Military Justice Act of of Branch Office dentistry appointments for eli- hours. At that time they will be
Head the
1968 allows a military judge, gible children whose sponsor'sbirth given a definite appointment and
certified by the Judge Advocate of the Navy-Marine Corps Judi- month is October began furnished materials and instruc-
General of the Navy, to be swornin ciary Activity all,Jacksonville.Courts-Martial This ::. Page 2 yesterday. Children active duty tions. No telephone appointmentswill
as a judge one time only. This area covers and retired military personnelwho be made.
Act allows the Secretaries of the convened by Navy and Marine NATTCenter .. Page 6 are bonafide dependents Each child will receive an oral
Armed Forces to provide,by reg- Corps commands in Alabama, between the ages of six and 23 hygiene exam, an application ofa
ulation, that a qualified judge Georgia, North Carolina, except will be eligible for treatment. substance to inhibit tooth decay
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advocate, law specialist, or a Camp Lejeune and Cherry Point, WANT ADS. Page Appointments may be made by and oral hygiene demon
person qualified or competent for in South Carolina and Florida the sponsor or spouse at the stration and lecture, and dental
the duty maybe sworn In one time with the exception of Pensacola. SPORTS. .'. Page 14&IS Dental Department Appointment educational matet'ial.VP62 .

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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

Edwards Chapel!

SUNDAY MASS9 *.11 a.m.
Comrade DoublecrossThe I DAILY MASSlhao' :: a.m.

r Confessions:; will be held on
Sunday at 8:30: & 10:30:; a.m.
instead of Saturday.U. .
United States Government has a long list of subversivetype -
organizations which constantly seek new members through
various ,forms of recruitment. Some of these groups are outright S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
candid in stating their goals. Others conceal them in order to carry Luke's Chapel
out deliberate and detrimental ideals contrary to our form of Demo-
cratic society. They ALL seek to destroy, or drastically change, K 0 SUNDAY MASS8:00: a.m.
our system of Government 1 PROTESTANT WORSHIP
Fortunately our Government knows the names of these groups t SERVICES10:00 a.m.
and their aims. In many instances, they know the names of those I
who are or have been members. But ironically, the list is long PROTESTANTAll
and memberships are startling and realistic. Saints' Chapel
Communism is the system of government avowed to destroy all A FAMILY TRADITION.- Edward R. Carmody Jr.,
other forms of government. It is sworn to strangle countries one colonel Insignias on
by one until it emerges as the world's system. No nation on earth (r) and Col. James Fortuna pin SUNDAY
is too large (as in the case of the United States) or too small, notably newly promoted Edward R. Carmody. The eagles were Church School -9:00: a.m.
Cuba. Its encroachment: begins menacingly unnoticed. Sometimes once-worn by Col. Carmody's father. ,Son, Edward Jr., Bldg. 11 722
it begins within the ranks of the less fortunate; often within an ROTC student at Florida State begins the fifth Junior Church10:00 a.m.

the realms of theintellectual. strata. officers in the Carmody family. Bld*. 4; 722
Where and how all potential members 1 There are hundreds of members of these a.m. Bldg. Jl 4 750

Phony Christians HurtBy Episcopal a.m. Communion 8:30:

Small Chapel Bldg # 750
Cdr. Giles Morrill, CHC Junior Youth Fellowship5p.m.

Nearly every great leader in world history has had some signor Bldg. *; 722
insignia by which his followers could be known to other men. [TUESDAY'
P .Christ's followers wanted a sign. He didn't give them an arm- Senior choir Rehearal-7 p.m.
A tt this shall all men Bldtt. 750
band, a badge or a uniform. The Lord said, "By
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know that you are My disciples, that you have love for one another. THURSDAY .
Arlta&I Love of neighbor, then, is the sign or insignia of a true Chris- Christian, Science Service
tian.If. 8 p.m. I31dg. q 750
,JI.I 1l-.1 UIji.J you do not have this love of neighbor, you are not a true SUNDAY
Christian, no matter how many of the outward appearances and Evening Worship 6 p.m.
signs of religion you may seem to have.It Bldg. 0 750
should be easy to identify the Christians who live in your TUESDAY'
neighborhood, or work in your shop, or relax in your club. They Pentecostal Fellowship--7p.m.
l would be the men and women whose personality and character show Bid*. 722
forth the warm, friendly spirit of Christian love. It's a pleasureto
be in their company.But .
if someone calls himself a Christian, yet his personalityand \
groups who may be completely unaware of their dangers. Innocent conversation Is filled with hatred of his fellow men, or preju-
individuals may be "conscripted" every year without realizing the dice, or intolerance, then he's a phony. TrafficViolations
initial Intent of the group. Dormant cells of Communism are being Intolerance in the personality of false Christians has kept many
formed with each new cell becoming a greater threat to our Nation. other\ people fr The fact that a close friend asked you to join an organizationdoes Christ made emphatic: when He told His followers that if they
not mean it is a good one. Check it out with your security of- were approaching the altar in church, and remembered they had a
ficer. Your friend may have been "sucked in" the same way he is grievance against a neighbor they should go out of church, settle The following is a report of
trying to convince you of the group's laurels. In all honesty, he the grievance and only then come back to the altar to profess their motor vehicle accidents and traf-
may sincerely believe it is a worthwhile organization. That's how love of God. fic violations for the period Sept.
these memberships build. This love of neighbor is a very hard jog, but Christ did not promiseHis 16 through Sept. 22.
Be aware of the dangers of becoming affiliated with any group; followers an easy way of life. He was crucified for preaching Number of Accidents
fraternal otherwise. Study its charter and if it is "on the love who hate. -13
or see to men preferred to This week- - -
list." Careers have been ruined by joining organizations that were Many of our younger generation have charged that hypocrisy Total accidents this year through
"thought" to be "American as apple pie." Is the number vice of this 413
one age. Perhaps there's some truthin Sept. 22- - -
The doublecross comes after you have joined, paid dues, made their charge, and you can reduce this hypocrisy.If Number of accidents through
friends and then learned of your tragic mistake. you find your personality is filled with hatred and intolerance, Sept. 1968 - -. 287.
Don't be a sucker for Comrade Doublecross. Be an American. then, for God's sake, stop calling yourself Christian. Total number of days since last
.That's where the "apple pie" really Is. (AFPS) Or, better yet put the hatred out of your personaltiy, and stay injury In a motor vehicle ac-
in the church as a true Christian who has love of neighbor. cident---------- 117.

I I Veterans InfoEditor I Number of Violations -46
This week- - -
I 's note: Below are VA? I r -T Speeding----------4
authoritative answers by the Vet- A -- No. Educationalbenefits Reckless Driving0Going
erans Administration to some of have been authorized for widows through stop sign- -6
the many current questions from of veterans whose death was Other violations- -,- -36
former servicemen and their due to service and wives of ser- Twenty-six drivers appeared
families. Further information on vice connected permanently and before the Traffic HearingBoardon
veteran's benefits may be obtained totally disabled veterans. This Sept. 25. Disposition of the
at any VA office.Q benefit is not available to de cases included the following: six
-- I was recently divorced. pendent parents.Q lost driving and parking privil-
I am now a dependent par- -- If a veteran has an an- eges aboard station for various
ent of a son lost In Vietnam. I nual Income of $1,576, how much periods; 16 were assigned to
am 40 years old and would liketo VA monthly pension will he get complete an eight-hour course in
return to school to better under the new law? remedial driving four received
;
qualify myself for self sup- A -- A monthly pension of a four were given
suspensions
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port. Is educational assistance $57 is payable to veterans who dismissed;
warnings two were
;
available forme through the do not have dependents.
Commis-
five fined U.S.
were (
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sioner); and one was
his commanding officer for
possible disciplinary action.
JAX AIR :NEWSThe : Thirteen drivers were assessed
30 traffic points.Thomas .

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Jefferson

JAX AIR I NEWS is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper distributed STAR REENLISTMENT .. Capt. J. W. McAleer, Dental officer
each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jack- gives the reenlistment oath to DT2 G. A. Hargis. Contest Underway
sonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing{ Company, a private been In the Navy for two years and Is Hargis has
firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must under the STAR program. Hargis reenlisting for six years WASHINGTON (AFPS) -

be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, fox 2, NAN Jack. under the STAR, program, Nov. 3.begins DT "B", guaranteed Jefferson Entries for contest the 1970 must Thomas be received -

sonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday/ before publication. News I by the individual Servicesby
items arc welcomed from all sources .. Telephone 772 .. 3118 I NAS Jax Hurricane Shelter Jan. 15 for the 1969 calendaryear.

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Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries ings have Centers been designated Hurri- Buildings 110, Supply, and 614, papers, radio and television sta
cane aboard
NAS
concerning such should' be directed t to: Jax: the Indoor pool, are designated tions and special publicationsare
Building 11, the Sr. BOQ, will as eligible.
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY be available to accommodate emergency refugee centers for
as station Reader'sDigest
4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 many officer's families,who may personnel. Sponsored by The Newsweek
Building 10,Commissioned Time and
Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 desire refuge, as can be pro- flcers' Mess magazines, the annual award is
vided for.Building. (Open), and Build-
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VOL. 27 NO. 2b OCTOBER 2., 1969 3, Station Gym, is house, will also be available achievement in promoting .a
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Howard, who mugs the telephoneand The play itself has a certain
the audience quite a bit; humorous relevance in terms of
I Entertainment Showcase but he did manage, fairly earlyon today's do-called generationgap,
to catch his timing, and most and campus activism, and the
of the laughs from the play came parents' viewpoints. But it is not
from him His wife, Carolyn a very well done production.
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I'' Courreges, is a perfect exampleof WHAT DID WE DO WRONG?
By Richard Laurence Baron an American theatrical syndrome In the middle of the play, the
: come to downstage son asked "Who knows where
In celebration of its fiftieth WHAT DID WE DO WRONG? Theatre did, though. At any rate, center and say your the answer will be found?"
year, the Jacksonville Little is essentially the story of nice, father adopts the, pose of pro- lines to the audience. A Me tii for the NWCA
Theatre opened its season Fri- middle-class mother and father tester for Parent's Rights, turns wooden, unrealistic performancein |
day night with a production of whose son has turned hippie the ,tables, and they"live happilyever what might otherwise have beena The monthly business meetingof
Henry Denker's comedy. WHAT protestor at college,quits school, after.In lovely role. NWCA Cecil Field ##121 will
DID WE DO WRONG? This play's and brings some of his hippie one sense, that of comic The prodigal son is mangledby be hald 6 October at the Cahpel
indirect progenitor is probablyAH friends home with him. Father writing, the play is good. The James Raney: his lack of Fellowship Hall at 0930 to 1130.
WILDERNESS, but Denker's and mother cannot understand production, with perhaps one or ability is sorrowful to behold; The meeting is being called a
play is modern, with a coupleof what they did wrong. One can two exceptions is sour milk. and his cohorts are not much bet- week early because of National
reverse twists. tell what the LittlePi Father is played by Mr. Norman ter, with one exception: David Convention week, 12 to 18 Oc-
_u .__, certainly .. .,..,".. ,,'..' <.-....",..",..-.-,....-<'...'." Whitley as a hard-core Berkeley tober.At .
:--', r< :>- revolutionist is 'horrible. Lt the convention, being held at
f "i-J Covington as the son's hip fiancee Little Creek, Norfolk, Va., Mrs.
is very pretty; and Larrv Jack Cato will be the club's
I rwc Gadling, as Woody, displays the delegate with Mrs.Marvin Cloves
'' only bit of professionalism pres- as alternate. Also traveling
I ent on stage. He at least knows the convention will be Mrs.
L L how to act. George Blackburn, Mrs. Howard
The question here is, as inany Foster, Mrs. Edward Hall and
play, the degree to which the Mrs. Paul StAndre.
' r .,., 3'kt actors identify with their charac- The club welcomed a new mem-
ters, or, in effect,.become their ber, Mrs. Bud Huntsinger, last
characters. They must be believable month. She was immediately put
; I first to themselves, and to work filling "ditty bags" to
t ikk then they will become fully be sent to Vietnam for our ser-
F
rounded characters for the au- vicemen. If you would like to join
k dience's enjoyment. Mr. Gadling the fun and the work, come to
displayed any inner belief in his the next meeting. The club is
ee character. The rest came over open to the wives of all en-
as nice Jacksonville people cavorting listed men, and there is a free
: + : ;;;' on stage, and not doingit nursery.
t < very well.
Robert Knowles, the director,
/ dit the best he could with the
4 available material. At least the GUY
r z 4t play was occasionally funny. The
; living room set, byTomWaddell,
was strangely effective in termsof
increasing the tension.TEXACO BALLOU

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:i i1' > ', For most people: occupation museum, commented:: that, Mr.
Jax --
avocation are as Ruffner has worked dilligentlyand
and effectively toward
Not so revivingthe
little related as possible. photographic display that
was
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L for PH3 James Ruffner .
62.Jim's ., slated to be cancelled."He
Squadron
Sx Photographic has worked hard for fine
S the squadron
with
work and for
photography the
arts
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calls for him photographers in this area. I'm
aerial camera
film from
Ebt forward to the
looking accomplishments -
install or
magazines, helping "
I of his students.
aircraft for daily
configure the Much of his work is now and
flights as part of the the preflightcrew air has been on display. In Decem-
and readying mis- ber 1968 Jim had his own one-
craft for its photographic
world. man show at the museum. He
the
sions throughout time comes a- has been accepted for the 1970
After secure
Jim frequently Annuals of Modern Photographyand
round the squadron
can be found spending: his Popular Photography, plus
free time with camera in hand, the 1970 Popular Photography
the streets of Jackson- Woman's Annual. His work has
ville walking, or on location with a model, been published in Camera 35 and
Travel and Camera.
creating fine arts photography.
Another way Jim spends: his :The busy photographer cur-
time is on projects in the com- rently has showings at the U-
munity. Sept. 17 he began teach- niversity of Miami, Emily Lowe
ing a course in creative photography Gallery. the Rochester Institute -
at the Jacksonville Art of Technology and a one-
Museum. In addition to his instructor man show in Carmel, Calif.
: duties, Jim arrangesfor Jim attended Syracuse Uni -
the photographic an exhib- versity in New York where he
its for the museum. received a degree in political
b ? I f f C yra 4y a. ey' t Ai ', ;" Russell Hicken, director of the (Continued Next Page )
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Huffner's camera, with stark a ivC
reality.

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I Play for YAP 62 Sailorscience



in 1965: He continuedhis award, quite an accomplishmentat
studies in photography with Pro- the school.
fessor Dick Richards and Fred Like many photographers, Jim r"5 J ( 1.tla
Demerest, head of the Photo- prefers to work with available t
graphic Department at the Schoolof light and with black and white
Photo-Journalism at Syra- film. He says, "It communicatesin
cuse. the most simple and direct
Prior to the formal training, manner. Color for color's sake,
Jim worked with a national pho- destroys much of the integrityof
tographic firm, both in the studio the picture, integrity being the
and on location. most important aspect of the photo. -
After joining the Navy, he attended .'*
Photographer "A" schoolin Jim's work possesses much of
Pensacola. While there, he this same integrity and will, no
received the"Print of the Month" doubt, be around for a long time.

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8y SN Pat Williamsof I

TDAN William F. Hadley is Medicine and Sergery (Bu- at King Hall.
_
obviously one of the busiest men Med) has a program that finances Honor man for the class was h
in NA TTC. He is resources clerk 75 per cent of the tuition, fees AN Ronald R. Dailey from Cecil _
and acting yeoman in Training and books. Educational Services Field with average of 92.26. AN
Facilities, but in addition to that Offices have all of the informa- Dailey was also company commander -
he carries a 12-hour academic and DN Emsill of NATTC
workload at Jacksonville Univer- tion.AN Hadley a graduate of TD Dental was platoon commander.This .
sity evening school. "A" School in Memphis plansto leadership class had a '
TDAN Hadley, a pre-law student finish his courses at Jack- little something extra from the : I
with one year of college and sonville University and after his others -- romance. DN Ray O.
two years of Navy service behind enlistment is up, attend the Uni- Ball and DN Patricia A. Miley
him, is taking courses in versity of Miami Law School. both from NATTC Dental and both
business law. physical science, Anyplace he hangs his hat in leadership schoolgot married
seems to be home for Hadley Saturday.
western civilization and public
speaking.AN because he has lived in the Bahamas BowlingThe I i a--r-

Hadley feels very strongly North CarolinaMichigan winter bowling season for
about the Navy's role in the com and Canada. He now resides with NATTC began Sept.22.There are
munity, and he gave a talk on his parents in the Jacksonvillearea. 16 teams, and they bowl every ".
,it in his speaking class Tues- Thursday evening.So .
day evening.He One of AN Hadley's hobbies far, the two top teams are
talked about the importance is flying and he is also a ground the AO #2 with a total of 2,845 ; ,
of technical training commandsto school instructor. When asked pins, four wins and no losses;
the Navy. Showing the train- how he does it all he replied. and the MFC (Marines) with 2, .
ing aids used and explaining the "It takes time of which I don't 658 total ins, four wins and no
teaching methods of the AE and have much." _. 658 total pins, four wins and no TDAN Hadley
AO schools, he gave the audience It was graduation time, last losses.
a good idea of NATTC's role. Friday for NATTC Leadership The men's high bowler so far Jr. JANGO Needs Volunteers I IJax
AN Hadley says he believes School Class 69-G. They were is Oil E.L. Miller of the AO2
of awarded their diplomas by Capt. with 220. For the women it's
there should be a team public
around John E. Kennedy in ceremonies SK3 C. Stovall with 153. -- A new JANGO classis commissioned officers of the
relations to
speakers go
forming at the Naval Hospital armed forces whose rank is equalto
and explain to the communitymore Jax --- Yesterday the here. or above that of ensign or

that about few the people Navy.understand He says Do's And Don'tsBy Pass and Identification Office The Junior Army-Navy Guild second lieutenant and whose status -
very at Security Building Organization (JANGO) is a non- is regular or reserve, active -
it well, and that in some cases.
it has a bad image.He A. J. Charnisky, Chief, 9, began operationonrewly profit volunteer organization. Its or inactive duty, retired or
even
also brought up the point Technical Services Branch established hours. The office aim and purpose is to form a deceased. Age requirement is between -
that service people should will open at 8 a.m. link between the community and 14 and 21 years old.
take more advantage of the education Fires are caused by peoplenot and remain open until 1 the armed forces and promotea Interviews for applicants will
that the Navy has. One doing what should be doneor p.m. Monday through Fri feeling of family relationship be held Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon.
programs of the programs he was speakingof done.doing what should not be day. All vehicle identification i- and loyalty to the armed ser- Applicants will meet in the Na-
Aid decals and military vices. val Hospital lobby.
the Tuition Programthat
was
Some of the do's and don'tsof card further information call
he is presently going to 'typeIdentification Eligible for the Junior JANGO For
school under. fire prevention include the pictures and changes membership are the daughters the Nursing Service Office, 772-
75 following: should be made during the grand-daughters, and sisters of 3872.
This is set up to pay per DO-Obey "NO SMOKING"signs.
time specified. Visitor I
of the student
cent of the tuition .
attending classes. It covers tuition .. passes may still be obtained ADS
DON'T-Toss -match
lighted
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and textbook costs himself. Take chances with
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8 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


I Club Schedules I


GIlfMi/j BLUEJACKETS INN to the music of Jim Mann and
the Goodttmers. Come on out I
Messenger of the Masses will Tuesday for Game Night, and remember -
that lunch Is served
be on stage tonight.
KNOWN FOR VALUESLAYAWAYNOW appearing
Tomorrow and Saturday the club daily from 11 to 2 p.m.
Phil Cay and the
THURS., FRI., SAT., OCT. 2,3.4 will Chantels present, and on Sunday the Cam-

FREE 1 HOUR elots will be there. Monday night
will feature the Hot Water Blues,
FOR CHRISTMAS PARKING and on Tuesday dance to the musicof
WITH PURCHASEOF the Crescendos. Entertaining
$2.00 OR MORE Wednesday will be the Four of

A SMALL DEPOSIT Clubs. ACEY DEUCY
AND REGULAR PAY- _- -
entertainment -
MENTS WILL HOLD _---_ == --- Tomorrow night's
will feature Mel Gaden,and
YOUR CHOICE UNTIL = -
on Saturday there will be dancingto
DEC. 15 the music of a "surprise"
band. Be there Sunday night to
hear the Four Clubs. JD

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t Bud Clark will be on stage ) ..
tomorrow night, and on Satur-
day the club will present Mel
Gaden.
FRA

Be at the FRA tonight at 8
for the shuffleboard tournament.
Sunday night will feature dancing

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Retires a .' (Uo rt<*r H0V Irs M0 oi EQ i%Ids THEMcDonald's i ,OfTA NE f


After 28 -., THE fREEDOMS FOVND At10ENf I EA sl


Jax -- Hospital staff members,
personel friends, and fellow Civ-
il Service employees met Thurs-
day afternoon in the Naval Hos-
pital dining room to show their
appreciation to Mrs. Anne L.
Wells, retiring after 28 yearsof MY.
service in the Patient Affairs

Division. W..
Capt. C.W. Lewis Jr., commanding -
officer of the hospital, $
conducted ,the retirement cere- 5)5 to
mony in which Mrs. Wells received -
a letter of appreciationand 55 q ;ETt
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an inscribed plank from the
old hospital facility. She began a qc.itt
her service as a military personnel :
clerk there in 1941.In SsS
an interview before the cere-
Mrs. Wells reflected on .
mony
her experiences in the Patient ,.,9 i.., _. ...,....
Office and said, "I'vesat '-: ,
Affairs '
,
... ., .
at the same desk for 28 & '.'I.., .,-t." /.'. ,.
years, but I've never been .:..t;.;:.:,
bored." ',.o.:.
Acting on behalf of approx-
imately 40 co workers, Mrs.
'. ,
Louise Vallerchamp presentedMrs. ,
Wells with a white gold : ''"*
wrist watch and commended her ........

for a job well done.Merit Mrs, Wells and Capt. Lewis
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Civil Service Work ForceJax !

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-- Merit promotion opportunities visory Supply Technician GS-8, Equipment Operator GS-4.
currently open for receipt 100-69 Secretary (Steno) GS-5, Applications for the positionof French Fries
of applications are listed 107-69 Card Punch OperatorGS- Inductrial Specialist(Aircraft)
below. 2 and 3,110-69 Production Controller GS-7, $7,639-$9,943 per annum
Pallications for the positions GS-7, 111-69 Planner & will be accepted from the above
shown in the following group will Estimator (Sheetmetal Worker), area of consideration through WITH/ THE PURCHASEOF
be accepted from career or career 112-69 Electric Accounting Ma- Oct. 6.The. ANY BURGER
conditional employees of chine Operator GS-3, and 113- following group of jobs is
the air station, Rework Facility! 69 Digital Computer Systems Ad- open for applications from em-
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit ministrator GS-11. ployees in the same group as GOOD ONLY AT 4217 BLANDING BLVD.
Fleet Air Jacksonville, Fleet Also, 114-69 Pipecoverer and above. However;"' the date for* LIMIT I TO A CUSTOMER
Aviation Electronics Training 'Insulator, 115-69 Plasterer,117- cut-off to'establish registers fol- OFFER EXPIRES OCT. II, 1969
Unit Atlantic Det JaxNavalHos- 69 Sheetmetal Worker 118-69 lows each job.AIR.
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I. Cecil Sports Roundup IntramuralSports Around the Navy


: By SMC George BlackburnThe The "Intramural Sports Program" ;
for the 'remainder of the ,:' .
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1969 season has been announcedby r74": {
Thursday National League ADMIN 11-13 Cecil Field Athletic Director, f :\", 4kM.ttlfYf//!'? ..4, \\,':

bowling title is still upforgrabs; DENTAL 11=13 Tom McGuckin. .tt.',.., tu OCTOBER t6iI' .\
it's not a run-away for anyone. NAMTD#1 10.14 Units desiring to enter teamsto ,".. M t W T r I .U '
NAMTD's Spoilers are in first AMD 7.17 play Squash, Volley Ball,Golf, \ 1 2 3 ,4 (114f bo
place after the FAETU forfeiture FAETU 618Football or Ping-Pong should contact the :.Yt'. 5 6 1 8 9 10 '11 .tti .tv,
to them. And AOMD is in second Athletic Director at extension t.tA f 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 J
4 place after downing ADMIN, 498 as soon as possible becausethe .f !19 20 21 22 23 14; 25 ," r r/
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Black Shoes 31. VA-174 continues to dominatethe organizational meetings for i,/i..... 26 27 28 29 30 31 .
VA-44 "Top Dogs" are back in intramural touch football all four sports have been held J;).1!,,, ....flo i .Ht.."' .........::1>1'1
contention after dealing the"Pa- competition. The "Hel Razors"are already. Act quickly as competition :.{/,'''V.'.>: >U ,','<
thetic Plumbers" a severe unbeaten through eight con- in the first three sports fltlbA'lNp.u.' .U..Hf..U.',t.t ,ua" '
thrashing. tests. begins on 6, 7, and 8 October, dN R A
Marc Hurston of the Profes- The ADMIN 'Bumbling Bums" and Ping-Pong competition has
sors came close to throwing six could have had sole possessionof begun already.
strikes in succession in the first second place if they had run The organizational meeting for
and third frames ... but you out the clock instead of tryingto Basketball will be held at 1000on
guessed it. He said that he didn't score with 26 seconds remain- 15 October for the season
really need the new bowling shoeshe ing. Quarterback Van Court which will begin on 5 November.All .
would have won anyway. threw a pass right to a defenderof sports except Golf and Bas-
AMD is beginning to thaw out VA-172 who ran it back to ketball will count on the 1969
finally; they have started to win the two yard line. The score Captain's Cup standings.
games once again. Last week thus ended up VA-17216,ADMIN
they downed Hal's Hoods 3-1 14 rather than ADMIN 14, VA-
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thus enabling them to vacate the 174 8.Don. 'ii'i >
Cellar. Jackson will hold varsity (Continued from Page I)

The standings are as follows: touch football practice Saturday 'I'BONDED
Coast Guard, as well as for com-
NAMTD # 2 }l'l OCT. 4 at the South Field. Everyone -
AOMD 16-8 interested forming Cecil mercial operations around the

VA-44 16-8 Field Touch Teams is encouraged world.

VA-174 #1 13-11 to come and tryout
Aircraft's main
Sikorsky pro-
VA-174 #2 13-11 for the team. Practice will beginat
12-12 duction line helicopter at pres-
ADMIN BOQ 1212JflJuan 0930. ent is the S-65 transport whichis +
VA-45 U Pick 'Em the free world's' largest and '' t

fastest production line helicopter. ; :
three -
Cecil had prognosticators
Sikorsky has produced 198 r ,
in the running last week --
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records. of the S-65 series for use by '{ P,
all of them with 9-1 "
a Cecilite win it the Marine Corps, the U.S. Air "* <" ;t,
to see
Hope "
Force, and several foreigncountries. ,;. "" i '
this week. ,
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as being used by the Armyin : :
f figure out why the L. A. :. ;., : ..... '
t Dodgers let him down. They won heavy industrial work. Sixty- .. :<" ...., '", ,",,:'t p 'J'
San Juan Niblick of twin-turbine : : ', >\ 1I 1\'
at only one out of six from S. F. eight the pow- f2.v: 'x '#" _''':'>*""h..,/ "<<>' < .,p. '. t''if \
Phone 384 4406 Giants. Guess I'll have to wait ered aircraft have been producedas "''I:>.,r *'':, -'Iff''W;; 7 tgL: .
until next year.ANNAPOLIS. of this month. > ." ..b. '_. __ ; > _...z.
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.Garden Type Apartmentswith .According to The largest production runof a Halloween's this
Country Club a pre season poll conducted Sikorsky helicopter remains the month but Stella Stevens says,
Atmosphere by ABC Sports, three of Navy's 1,821 aircraft of the S-58 ser- "The real trick is to treat your-
Kitchens equipped with G-E 1969 football opponents will be ies which have been used exten- self to a U.S. Savings Bond a WIVES!.
Ranges & Refrigerators among the nation's top ten college sively for military and com month through the easy monthly ,
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Drapes furnished from a dozen of the country's
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Movie HEAR" Suspense drama starring I

HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGPublishers Hugh Marlowe and Zena Walker. 1

M/G ((91 mins).
.
: CALL: 388 273
HOSPITAL: "CHARRO"Monday
eI ScheduleMovies
: Ads should be mailed not later than
JAX AIR NEWS Oct. 6
Jacksonville S Tuesday for publication -following
MAS
NAS "EYE OF THE CAT"Color
j' I Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this will be shown nightlyat :

AFTERBURNER r deadline will be published the following week the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. drama starring Michael
and Hunnlcut.
r Serrazan Gayle
NAS Cecil Field r unless the publisher is Instructed otherwise. There will also be a kiddie matinee M/G ((102 mins).
at 2 Saturday and a
: A check or money order for the full cost of the p.m. HOSPITAL: "LAST SHOT YOUHEAR"
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun-
MAINOFFICE ad must be received WITH the copy for the
e day and holidays.The .

ad. Hospital Theater will have Tuesday, Oct. 7
4747 San Juan Avenue
r RATE: Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 one nightly] feature at 7 p.m.
.
Jacksonville, Florida NAS: "MACKENNA'S GOLD"
Cecil Field will have two nightly
I Per additional line(4 words per line) $0.50 Color western starring Gregory
shows during the week at 5:30
and 8 Matinees will be Peck and Omar Sharrif and Julie
p.m.
shown on weekends at 2 and 5 Newmar. M/VG ((128 mins).
1969 SINGER ZIG.ZAG I HOSPITAL: "EYE OF THE

t t1,; ;:<: :EMPLOYMENT: :S ::1>;1! Buttonhole, Blind Hem, Monograms, $85.FURN.2BRUpstairs per month. No pets. p.m. CAT"
All built in, $41.50
terms. To Oct. 8
or easy Avail. Oct. 24 1115 So. McDuff Ave. Wednesday,
see call credit manager. 388 0784. Thursday, Oct. 2
388 3320 after 6
p.m. NAS: "DRACULA HAS RISEN

WAITR ESS WANTEDII! FRANCHISE FOR SALE NAS: "NEVER A DULL MO- FROM THE GRAVE" Color hor-

Good pay, good hours. Call 781 9818, Unusual Business Opportunity for MENT" Color mystery comedy ror starring Christopher Lee.
Mrs. Goff 10 A.M. 5 P.M. man,woman or family.Work 1 yr. and Van and Edward and Veronica Carlson GIG ((02
retire. Whole state Your territory. _t starring Dick Dyke .
Less than $2,000 investment. Don't G. Robinson. G/E ((100 mins).

PART TIME answer If you can't Invest or don't mins). HOSPITAL' "MACKENNA'S
Married E 4 and above. Are you have the desire for the better things In HOSPITAL: "OTLEY" Color GOLD"
having trouble making ends meet? life. Call 771 7920 for interview
We can work your hours In with your DO YOU WANT TO BE Spy comedy starring TomCourt-,
duty schedule. For appointment 264 A DISC JOCKEY? ney and Romy Schneider. M/VG

6485. :j\\ \ i[MO&ILgtfOM&aj: : : ;: .: : 1 t For Information dial 356 8351. ((90 mins.) number The NAS of Post undeliverable Office hasa


WANTED TINY TOT NURSERY Friday, Oct. 3 letters to be picked up.

Responsible Driver over 25 to drive Licensed 24. Hour Care. Mrs. Veley. NAS "THE APRIL FOOLS" The letters may belong to
new Mustang to Los Angeles, Calif JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 381 1829. $10 weekly. :
during the first week of Nov. Call Mr. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern Color comedy starring Jack you.This
Sans 354 3701 or 396 1332 trailers and Apts. 389 3007. Lemmon and! Catherine Deneuve. mail is held for

M/E ((95 mins.) 15 days, then returned to

HELPWANTEDIEvenings 10 x 55 MOBILE HOME JI M q: t J9'HjAUTOMOBILES HOSPITAL: "NEVER A DULL sender. If you are attached -

or weekends. Serviceman, By owner. Heavy duty Air Cond. MOMENT" to any of the departments
married with mechanical ability. Central Heat. Carpet wall to wall at NAS or are in one of
Morris Pure Service Center 1536 living room, well kept. 2 BR, 1 Bath, FURNISHEDEast Saturday, Oct ,4
Cassat Ave. See or call Morris, 384 398. 0295 after 6.$2600 was$4200. and West Coast 353 3691. the many tenant commands,
3360. NAS: "CHARRO" Color west- your address should be recorded -

TRAILER 2 BR, ern starring Elvis Presley and in the postal direc-
SUPPLEMENT YOUR INCOME $80.00 per month. Ph. 771 6908. MUST SELLI Ina Balin. GF.HOSPITAL tory. Even if you are living -
Need someone to assist me In my fast 1955 Chevy 2 Dr. HT 327 350 hp.
growing business. 2 Hrs. a day. 5 Daysa Racing Cam. 3 Spd. hurst shifter. Call : "THE APRIL off station, this is a

week $65. For Interview. Apt. call 249 5759. FOOLS" necessary record.

Mrs. Hines. 744 .3484. between 2 and 4. Ii ij1j,SEA. .gi* ::ESTATE< 1 1:!: 11; 1 1964 PONTIAC LEMANS NAS MATINEE: "HOW TO Postal Clerk, F.E. Mer-
WITH- all station
SUCCEED IN BUSINESS ry urges per-
326 V 8, Automatic Trans. 2 Dr.,
JEWELRY SALESMAN Coupe, Bucket Seats, Good Cond. $650. OUT REALLY TRYING" starring sonnel who are not sure
Wanted a young aggressive known ser HOUSE NEAR HAS & CECIL 389 8488. Rudy Valee, Robert Morse and their address or a changeof
work In well
viceman jewelry store.to 5-10 a p.m. perm. 5'/4 pet. equity.3 BR,2 Ba., Cent. Heat Michelle Lee ((119 mins). address is on file, to

Florida Jewelers 210 W. Forsyth St. 6 Air. Fenced yard. Near 3 schools. 19tS DODGE DARTV stop at the Post Office,

Apply in person. $103. mo., 771 7684. 8, with Air Cond. Exceptionallyclean Sunday, Oct. 5 Building 920, and check
Low mileage Call 771 6659.
IN CLAY COUNTY NAS: "LAST SHOT YOU the directory files.SUHDAY.

WANTEDMan 2 and 3 acre Ranchettes, paved and
to workpart time or full time to
graded road frontage, $1450. per lot GOING OVERSEAS
repair sewing machines and stereos. and up. Terms. Off. PH. 282 5272 1963 Flat New' tires, rebuilt motor,
Apply 1606 Main Street Phone 353 .
1946. Home 282 5224. $300 on terms or $250 cash. 388 9339.
OPEN

BY OWNER 1967 MG MIDGETT

i 1 !: MISCELLANEOUSBEAUTIFUL: : ; : :''I !! i location 2 BR.Masonry Reasonable.home..Real Furnished nice. Ideal or 5234 Convertible even, or'in weekend.good cond. Call 389 I i I

unfurnished. Ph. 765 3666 after 5:30.:
I

BEAUTIFULSPACIOUS HOME 64 FORD PICK.UP
UPHOLSTERYWork 100, Fine Body (No
Vi Ton., Mod. F
River, Dock, Air Cond.,
On St. Johns
.
done In my home Reasonable. Rust) A 1 Mech. MOREl) $699. 264 '
Central heat, lot 100 x 200. 2 miles
Guaranteed, 356 9065. south 'of Palatka. Private but near 5127. 1OO GUARANTEE

shopping area. $23,500. Call 325 2727
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS between 7.8 A.M.or after 7 P.M. BOAT RIG FOR SALE We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In ..
Consoles some with AM FM, tape 15 Ft. Glaspar with 60 HP Evinrude, nperlton. Then we tuned up, lightened, and replaced everythingthat
players. At dealers cost to liquidate IN CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND Neptune tilt trailer, canvas boat cover needed It. And guaranteed them 1007> for the repair or
stock. Full warrantyl! Phone 771.0409. Area. 5 Acres, > 10 Acres and larger and required Coast Guard gear. $900. replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000
tracts. Terms 282 5272 or 282 5224. Phone 264 5792. miles. Come on in and double check.
GEORGE'S KENNELS
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickup ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
WATERFRONT LOTS MM,15ft Ft.,
ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
and delivery Est. 1925, Poodle
High wooded, perfect for retirementand Trl Hull, Bow Rider Fiberglass Boat
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 year around living. Easy terms with 1968 40 h.p. Johnson motor and Bold New Colors
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and Mobile Homes Welcomed 1 Mile Eastof 1968 Gator Tilt Trailer. Equipped with
Edgewood) 389 0064 extras. $1,400. Contact YN1
Lake Ashbury on 209. Also new lots of aaaa
.
Kasey, NAS Officer's Records, 772
restricted sub division near com-
FOR SALE pletion. Contact La Rue 725 3992. 3106 or, after 5 p.m. 384. 1375. 63 OLDS F85 $995

Live crabs and Fresh fish. Wilford HOMES RENT OR SALEI Convertible, Radio & Heater, Power Steering.

Fish Camp 264 9707.QUAILLIVEOR. We help. NAVY Quick Move In Callus 64 VW '1500' SEDAN $1095

first! Courteous Service.
DRESSED 2-Door Radio & Heater.
REALTY COMPANY
Royal Purple Guineas 388 3240. SILLAY 389.6201 65 VW SEDAN $1195Radio

& Heater.

SINGERS $38 66 VW SEDAN $1295Radio
Sewing machines and console. Good FOR RENTOR SALE
Cond. Has everything. Complete with Houses and Apts. Equity VA & FHA & Heater.

attachments. Pay storage charges resales. $100 down. Call Power or 67 VW SEDAN \. $1495Radio
only $38 each or $8 per mo. Ph. 353 Mills, USN Ret. 264.2411 Orange Park
1946 anytime will deliver no obligation Realty, Military Free Notary. &Heater.

1606 Main Street. 68 VW SEDAN $1695Radio
4 BR,2 STORY HOME
Color TV's SPECIAL large screen SALE$299, Black Redwood, 2Vi Bath Central Heat, Air it Heater

and white TV's console and portable Cond., Family Room, Fireplace., 66 CHEV. IMPALA $16952Door
from $79.2 Dr. no frost refrigerators Hardwood floors, Vj Acre lot. 264
16 cu. ft. Regular $299. $199. All 9698.Reasonable Terms. HT., V-8, Auto. tana.. PS PB Air Cond.

other merchandise greatly reduced. 66 MUSTANGconvertible$1695
Wesconnett Furniture. Corner of 103rd
and Wesconnett 771 0750. V-8, Auto. trans., Air Cond., Radio b Heater, Black Top
; Ii.tSw: ::mmMFURNISHED \
f=1fM r mt fJR: { E NT 6
y S 66 VW FASTBACK $1795Radio
BASSET PUPPIES FOR SALE 0 .l.lk .lr
AKC Reg. Champ Lines, 7385 Wonder & Heater, Air Cond.

Lane, Ortega Hills. 68 VW Karmann Ghia $2295Radio
2 BR., Apt. Orange Park, 5 min to
FOR SALE NAS, will rent to TAD Personnel, or 8t Heater, Air Cond.
Almost new 2 Months old. Redwood Bachelors, TV, Linen, Utensils optional -
.
porch furn. $50. 264 4969 evenings Air Cond., 264 6884. 68 VW Squareback $2395Air
only. Cond.


Take up STEREO payments CONSOLE on a 3 $62 month old 5430 Corden OAK Road.HILL 3 BR, Separate OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM

stereo in walnut console. Excellent dining room, 2 screened porches,
Cond. Stereo and radio combinationpay fenced yard Air Cond., Immediate
balance $62 or reliable party can occupancy. Clean. $125. per mo. 388 .
assume$8 per mo. payments. Ph. 353 1351. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
1946 niteor day. Free delivery without
obligation1606 Main St.
CEDAR HILLS AREA
3 Bedrooms, Dining Room, Stove and
OILHEATERSCleaned refrigerator Fenced in yard. Hook up INC.
Central Units,
and Serviced. for dryer and Air Cond. Unfurn. $95 a ,
Fur-
Wall and Floor
Heaters
Space
na es. Tylers. Lake'Snore: Heating -and 4711 Air Palmer Can.dltloning. month plus deposit. 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 7815511Open \


Ave. 388 5161. 3 BR, 2 Bath UNFURNISHED, Central Air Cond., Heat, GOOD born NAME-Anne Violet Pretty Heywoodwas and Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM I Il

GOLF CLUBS Large family room and master lives to her original name.That's .
street. $135. a month. up
paved
bedroom
and Tees.
Pull Cart, Golf Balls
Bags movies.
Good COnd. $50. 384 2998. 264 9349. why she is in



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( For Your Information


Survivors Benefits ',: 'j" '.'


By AMSC B.E. Maroney '
.
ber may have been entitled J to I 1
at the. time of death, no allow-
ances included. Minimum pay- r ,"
ment in any case is $800, max- from
imum payment, $3,000,paid lump w .
sum, tax free.Survivors .
of personnel who I
I ::I.. > 1> die on active' duty, activy duty
'tY" 4 1t': for training, in-active duty for $ THE FRONT
''l' I after
;,,. ,>1# \, training or within 120 days
being released from :active duty,
'ii provided the death is service 4y X
t OFFICEEditor's
> .1
; < connected, can receive this mon

'' > "._.,... ...V'J. ,,. ey.Eligible
:!!I$ /i o.< '" beneficiaries are the
Chief MaroneyChief surviving- spouse.. children (.legitimate -
Maroney enlisted In the step, or adopted), parents -
Navy May 16, 1952. In Jackson brothers and sisters. The
Tenn. After attending recruit training the ( Note: From time to speeds through the unstable and difficult"conditions.. At the same
at San Diego, Calif.'he went to AN death gratuity is not paid to
r "P" School and AM "A" School. Her estate. time Admiral Thomas H. Moorer unpredictable environment of the time, I must reemphasize that
served tour of duty ranging fromsquadrons chief of Naval Operations: seas..in any weather..day and alertness, and professionalismmust
units In In Puerto Florida Rico and before Norfolkto reporting The claim certification and addresses himself to all hands night..frequently in close forma- be our hallmarks.
here as an Instructor at the voucher for death gratuity pay- through a letter to all Navy tion. Added to this responsibility Additionally, those of you with
avAlrLant: Carrer Information Center. ment, DD Form 397, is used for commands. Deeply interested in are the hazards posed byhigh experience: must help our men
Many active duty personnel do receiving payment. If either the the individual Navyman the admiral voltages, as well as large quan- who have recently entered the
not know or realize that manyof deceased member or spouse were covered the following top- tities of explosives and volatile Navy.,You must share your know-
the sources of monetary ben- previously married, copies of all ics in his latest letter.) liquids in confined spaces. Simultaneously ledge and know-how just as you
efits available to their families divorces are needed, plus,a copy Discussing the recent collisionof we must operateand muse ensure adequate super: -
should something happen: to the of certificate of marriage to the the USS Evans and HMAS maintain many highly com- vision at all levels. Very simply,
member in the service. deceased member is required. Melbourne, the admiral wrote, plex and sensitive systems in our the lives of our shipmates, the
One source is the death grat- Guardians of minors and mental "Such a disaster demands introspective -' ships and aircraft in a consis- safety of your ship, aircraft or
uity. This is a lump sum of incompetents must present cer- : thought on everyone's tently high state of readiness. unit' and the readiness of the
money paid by the services to tified letters of guardianship. pan and our most conscientious "All of these factors combineto fleet are at stake."
i the survivors, as provided by Assistance in these matters efforts against recurrence. The make the Navy a most demanding In another area, the Chief of
r 10 USC, Article 1475. will be given by the Casualty continuing high tempo of fleet profession which requires Naval Operations discussed'the
This money is equal to six sistance Calls Officer. operations: combined with long at all times, the finest Code of Conduct, saying the codeis
months basic pay plus any sPecial deployments and'extended per- performance of those engaged in not a set of penal rules,
or incentive pay the mem- iods between availabilities ... it. Teamwork and competence: are but rather a statement of personaland
New Health Benefits accompanied by a lowered exper- vital to achieving operational: effectiveness professional standards to
RETIRING? ience level among our people in and safety. We haveno ,serve as a guide to American
Pamphlet Available some areas, makes it increas- place for second best, and... military performance.The .
BEING RELEASED? ingly important that we exer- too often..no opportunity do admiral wrote, HIts moral
WASHINGTON (AFPS) cise the highest degree of pro- the job right on the second try. principles reflect standards em-
S.G.L.I. CONVERSION The Department of Defense has fessionalism.We You to the demands of
are not strangers braced by military men most
i issued a revised version of the
', HOSPITALIZATION Uniformed Services Health serve in a very technical of serving at sea, and I civilized nations for centuries.
ESTATE AND Benefits Program which in- service Navymen are charged :Jake pride and have conficence Well aware of the Navy wife's
PLANS cludes care in Uniformed Ser- with navigating ships at high in the job you are doing under role the admiral observed, "I
vice facilities and the Civilian wish to specifically express my
liE: Mutual VOmaha Health and Medical Program, Christmas Mailing Periods appreciation to the Navy wives
United Omaha known as CHAMPUS. who carry somuch: responsibilityand
Known as DoD Pamphlet3D ,provide so much support to
and produced by the Publications Established by Post OfficeThe the service. We know what a
,:t W.H. KABRICK, USN RET. Service of the Office of great effect the Navy wife has
4077 Woodcock Dr. Suite 230 Information for the Armed upon her husband's performance.
Call 724-7054 Forces, it is available through Post Office Department, postage should be mailed between
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December 1 and December 13.
normal Service channels. in conjunction with the military
departments, has established the Mail destined for the contin- VL S $
I following periods for Christmasmail ental United States should arriveat io t
: Surface parcels addressedto the post of entry not later
Armed Forces personnel over- than these dates: East Coast;
seas should be mailed between Surface -- December 14; Air --
October 13 and November 8. December 16. Central States: E1tWA41N
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 13


I Command Change in the MedIn Bennett to See :: ): "

I ,' .,-
';'' '
ceremonies aboard the Air- of jet time and His Constinents ", "' .
over 4368 hours ,<> I
craft Carrier USS JOHN F.KEN- of pilot time. He has recorded
EDY (CVA-67)), CDR.
TheodoreC. 553 arrested
landings aboard Washington, D.C. -- U.S. Rep-
Casimes assumed commandof Aircraft Carriers, and 102 com- resentative Charles E. Bennettof
Attack Squadron EIGHTY bat missions in South-East Asia. CECil Jacksonville said although it
THREE. He relieved CDR
Frqn- CDR Casimes holds the following appears that Congress will be
cis J. Almberg as skipper of awards: Distinguished in session the remainder of the
the "RAMPAGERS", a compo- Flying Cross, nine Air Medals year, he would schedule office
nent of Attack Carrier Air Wing Navy Achievement Medal
Navy appointments in Jacksonville for
ONE presently serving in the Unit Commendation and various four of the next six weekends."Residents" i
Mediterranean Sea as part of campaign and service medals.
the U.S. Sixth Fleet. CDR Casimes and his wife, of the Third Con-
the former Janice Lane of Brockton -
gressional District can schedule
CDR Casimes had been Exe- Mass., have four shildren: appointments for Fridays or Sat-
cutive Officer of Attack Squadron Stephanis, Chris, Alexander and urdays in October and Novemberby
EIGHTY THREE for a year priorto Mark.
calling Congressman Ben -
his becoming Commanding Of- CDR
Alberg commanded the '
nett's office in Jacksonville --
fleer. His command consists of Squadron from 10 September 1968to \\\ 7912587.
approximately 190 men and 25 2 September 1969. Notable } t r

officers flying the versatile A-4C achievements of the Squadron Computers at Ft. Campbell, The following is a list of the
Skyhawk Aircraft. under his leadership included the Ky., have finally met their most likely dates that the Con-
CDR Casimes
graduated from
match!
completion of 10,000 accident- gressman will be in Jackson-
the U.S. Naval Academy in 1954
free flight hours, and the establishment Members of the personnel
ville 3
: Friday, October; Fridayand .
and was designated aNavalAivator branch
are having trouble
of trying
a record for -
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Saturday
in October 1955. He has to ;
accumulated hours aboard the KENNEDY, 800 put 39 characters in the h
more than 1016 hours hours in a 16 day name space on an IBM card that Friday, 31 October; Friday and yl ylIS
period.
can accommodate only 18 let- Saturday, 7-8 November* If Con-
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f You Pick 'Urn s. Bowling


".t z,: 500 ClubCarl

NAME. RANK/TITLE,
!'iDUTY
STATION PHONE NO.,,-!_ a t AokiH
1 Riley 550
(Teams listed first is visitor) Bob Sherman 520
1. Scott Pederson 531
GREEN BAY MINNESOTA (NFL) Paul Jaslo 524
Marvin Thompson 529
CINCINNATI.MISSOURI SAN DIEGO._ (AFL) Bob Goens 516
e Joe Norcross 562
MICHIGAN_ : < Randy Hinson 507

Red Kline 537
INDIANA COLORADO Mike Gaydos 548
4 I Charles Hike 501
FLORIDA ST. *. FLORIDA Eric Muller 542
Ken Neuroth 527
USC OREGON ST.. Walt Linsenmayer 560

MISSISSIPPI ALABAMA_
Don Young 533
HI
UTAH, UTEP (**) George Regan 5.14
Art Scoogin 502
NOTRE DAME MICHIGAN ST.. e Bill Barton 521
; ? Bob Kangas 525
SYRACUSE WISCONSIN Bil Donahoo 513
Art Kenton 529
(** University of Texas at El Paso.)

Charles A. Potter .
George McKesson 519
Tiebreaker: Predict final score between Florida St. and Florida. '68 YouPick'UmChampInThisYear's John McKenney 549
Jay Kendall 506
indicate winners in other games by a check mark. Ballot boxes Dave Stevens 523
David Harris 590
are located in Galley One and the Main Exchange at NAS Jax and Title Run Bob Blauvelt 521
Larry Dalling 533
Cecil Field. Ballots must be in by noon Fridayl! Les Redd 507
Migosh! Last year's only earlier. Burt Campbell 547
double winner and season champion Potter also credited an unwavering -
racked up a perfect 10-0 confidence in Cincin- Pistol StandingsTEAM
I Jax'LlnksJax record over the weekend to claim nati's Bengals to his success.
VIP's To Open New the 2nd week You Pick 'Um The Bengals tripped Kansas Cityas WEEKLY AVE.

-- The of of the Jacksonville Council of contest. well as most of the con-
re-opening one
Charles Potter sub- testants last week. MAD 1033.37
not only
of Jacksonville's finest golf the Navy League, will be the first
mitted the lone perfect ballot, Other top finishers were WO FICEUR 1015.62
will take foursome off and the
courses Thurs- to tee play
place 'but he just donned a Chief's Ussery, Cecil Field AMD; D.W. NAS Comm 977.00
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foursome of dignitaries p.m.will a This will mark the completionof khakis for the first time Sep- Sharp, VS-174; Walt Howard,VS- NATTC 964.50
tee-
tember 16. Some 1 1A FAETU 919.66
off on the new NAS Jax links. four months of renovation people
work covering the entire course. 14-year navy veteran from Several calls to the Jax AMD 911.50
RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, Com- All new fairways of Ormond Bermuda Oakdale, Tenn., Potter is mar- Air News Sports Desk has VP-45- 927.00
Fairjax, RAdm. HJ. Kossler, 'grass were planted duringthe ried with an eight year old son. revealed that You Pick'Um Hospital 926.50
commandant SixthNavalDistrict, summer months with half Charles Jr., and a five year old followers are curious to the VP-16 906.00
Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tanzer. the course remaining open at daughter: Kathy. number of times they can
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V admitted he had some help this THE CONTEST(military TTC; AK2 William Julian,
weekend though. "I I got the inside personnel, dependentsand
ADS NATTC; and F. M. Hadley
make scoop on the Tennessee Vols civilian workers a- NATTC post office all finished
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NARTU Edges Jax Starts
Vap ; PRE-HIW CAR SAlEf 125 ClfAN CARSWp

Surf ClubJax GO IHISWEEKEND.1 *.
Still!
VP-16
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-- Here's a chance for mil-
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the third week JtSt! ttWK-gSE- are interested in surfing to get
together with fellow
board enthu-
the tally over and Ed
put Evans
added the
two point conversion siasts and form a surfing club.
while the stubborn Hospital defense limited FICEUR to The Jax Navy Surfing Club will
a single touchdown that by Don Means. hold its first meeting tonight at ,
7 p.m. at NARTU Barracks 911.
Admin
picked up another win
to keep hopes alive for a title of cooperation from the Admin Greg Calvert is acting as organ- 1
in the American League as they defense the Eagles of VP-16 izing chairman and can' be con-
tripped VP-45 8-0. Bob Tuscan increased their hold on first tacted at Ext. 3842 for more in-
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the Red Darters quarterbackin Fletcher and C.T. Rollen each meeting tonight.
earning the shutout. racked up a touchdown and Sal
Molle and MJ. Cox added two
Indoor Pool!
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Two of the biggest rivals on FICEUR came through with a
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what could possibly turn out to Don Means and Jim DePue each
decide National League cham- scored.
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t Christmas Ditty Bags Filled By JOWC I ITwo



hundred Christmas ditty
r
bags are being sewn and filled
f i by members of the Jacksonville

c, w Officers Wives Club for distri-
; bution to military personnel in
Vietnam.
Mrs. Cora Lee Heft chairmanof
the Red Cross volunteers, 4E
stated that the ladies were eagerto
join in this project of pro-
viding Christmas gifts for ser-
vicemen and women in Vietnam.
"This Is the third year that
the American Red Cross has
et
undertaken to distribute Christ-

mas ditty bags to every fightingman
in Vietnam," explained Mrs. ,
'
a Sue Riechmann chairman of this S E d r
project for the Greater Jackson-
ville Red Cross Chapter.She .

HONORARY MEMBER -- Crew 22 of Patrol Squadron 16 re is responsible coordin- a 9y 1Navy'wives
cently made Cathy Ware a commercial airline stewardess an ating and shipping 1,200 bags
honorary member of their crew. When asked if they thought this the quota for the Jacksonvillearea. help Santa fill bags of goodies

was the way to run a squadron the crew replied "You bet it Altogether over one-half .
151"! million gifts will be shipped to
Vietnam insuring that every ser- Rules Issued on War Trophies I
..
viceman and in that
woman area
Station Teen. Club Proves will be remembered by Santa
I Claus. A recently issued Navy instruction value; and ((6)) Machine guns,
concerning war tro concealable weapons and destructive -
With Saturday Dances
Popular All bags were shipped: to the phies and war trophy firearms devices as described by
described prohibited items and the National Firearms Act.
West Coast at Red Cross expense -
Jax--When service dependentson has attracted support from parents yesterday. From there the gives details on how authorized The instruction states that
and around NAS Jax demon- and clubs. At a recent bags will be shipped by military trophies may be approved and members of the Armed Forces
strated the need for a teenage dance a record 101 teens gath- transport to Vietnam to be distributed registered. may be authorized to retain and
club Mrs. B.R. Otto wife of the ered and enjoyed themselves.The at Christmas by Red Among the articles which may bring into the United States itemsof
NARTU commanding officer dances are held at the hos Cross personnel.The not be brought into the United enemy equipment acquired ina
started in motion the wheels of pital's Gator Den through the women from the air station States under the provisions of combat zone within prescribed
what has turned out to be a. courtesy of Capt. J.L. Young who helped with the project OPNAVINST 3460.7A are the following periods of time. Such items must
popular activity on station. hospital admin officer. Mrs. Otto Mrs. Loretta Dean Mrs. : ((1)) Property belonging to be registeredTjy filing DD Form
The exceptional conduct of the serves as chaperone.This Jane were Olennault,Mrs.Jean Knapp, the United States or any allied 603-1 (War TrophyRegistration/
teenagers over the past 30 weeks Saturday it Is hoped that Mrs. Elaine nation; ((2)) 'Live ammunition, explosives Authorization with the following
Mrs. Pat Turkington, -
even more teens will attend the or any item containing information ((1)) Identity of the
GerrieAsh-
dance as the band scheduled is Schultze, Mrs. explosives; ((3)) Electronic equip- individual retaining the trophyand
destined for national fame enbeck, Mrs. Faye Underwood, thereof ((6))
Give one ment or components ; inclusive period of servicein
Mrs. Sunie Herlong, Mrs. Joann
according to Mrs. Otto. Teens Articles of a household nature the oversea command; ((2))
) Natalie Service,
from 13 years arid older are Ab'eline: Mrs. art objects, and items of value Description of the war trophy
Savings Bonds invited to dance to the music of Mrs. Newg WrightMrs.BarbaraMetz such as silver, furniture, stamp article including serial num-.
the "Magics", 7 to 11 p.m.A and Mrs. Kookie Kennedy.-- collections, and jewelry; ((5)) ber, if available, of any war
Freedom Shares $1 admission fee is charged.The ADS Property of municipalities or institutions trophy firearm; and ((3)) Signa-
dances are held regularly make yourshopping dedicated to religion, ture of designated representative -
each Saturday always with a easier charity, education, the arts and of the commander authorIzing -/
live band. sciences or other items of local retention of the article.

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