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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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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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VOL. 27 NO. 29 u. i.NAVAL AIR STAT/ON./ jACKSOKvuLg. FLORIDA OCTOBER 9. 1969
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236 Set Advancement Oct.16 1 .

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Jax -- An estimated 12,000 New chiefs at NAS will be, Colton, DP3 Krystak, TD3 Mile-
cigars will be given away soon CSC W. Taylor, ETC Anderson ski PR3 Oaks, AE3 Pattersop, .: ;
if each of the 236 people advanced SKCS R. E. New, ETCS TD3 Porter AG3 Protomast.EN3 ,
in rate this month live up Nicholson, ATCS Oakes, BMCW. Robinson, ATN3 School, BM3
to tradition with the usual box McOuaig ADC Baldwin, ADCE. Sessoms, DTG3 Sherman, ATN3
of cigars., Of course there may A. Gowans ADRC J. 0. Bel- Staver, AC3 Venes,AZ3 England*
be even more. At least 163 people ton, DPC E. M. PierceBMC CYN3 Scharff AE3 Woods, ADJ3
passed the test but are still sko YNC North and ADRC Tha- Bloomfield, ATR3 Brown, ADR3 '
waiting for an opening and this ens, and DKC Jacobsen. Clark, ADJ3 Dinardo, AMS3 Em-
figure plus the addition of 6 new First class promotions go to erson, A03 Letouniea, A03 Nichols \
strikers brings a total of 405 ET1 Huggins, ET1 Baker, AZ1 ATN3 Redman, ADR3
people passing the test against Catsulis, AC1 Plaisted, TDl El- Smith, A03 Cults, aft A03 Lang ,}
287 who can still look forward to kins ET1 Topetcher and BM1
a better day. Campbell.The NATTC I
But even if there are no more following NAS people are New warrant officers around
promotions for this month due, to get their second chevron the NATTCenter ,will be WO1 WELCOME ABOARD -. Adm. E.P. Holmes commander
NAS still has made a substantial ; ATN2 Baker, SK2 Caddis, C. Tyler, WO1 Koch, WO1 L. chief Atlantic Fleet is welcomed to the air station by RAdm.
gain. We now have six new war- ASE2 Court, SK2 Cushing, ATR2 McBride and W01 M. Somgyi. RJ. Stroh, ComFairJax and H.O.
Capt. Cutler station skip-
rant officers, 32 new chiefs, 26 Englehart, ADJ2 Masucci, ATR2 The following people made
first class 49 PO2's and 123 per, on his arrival here Monday for a one-day visit.
Moore DP2 Bass, SK2 Green- chief: AOC N. Houck AEC J.
third class. well, AC2 Kenna, AC2 Baysore A. Frazer, AEC Roy Sills,AVCM
The following is a list of this AC2 Brewer, MU2 Chmielews, Paul Rodgers, AOC Dan Kirby, 1 CFC at 39.5% of GoalCombined I
month's advancements broken ETN2 Foltz,DTR2 Werner ETN2 AEC R. O. Talley, AECS C. II.
down by activity and rate: Zorn, AK2 Bartsch DTG2 Bias, Dupraw, AOC Dalrymple AEC Federal Campaign. gional Storage Office, NATTC,
NAS A02 Cureton ADJ2 Davis, AO2 F. Drajna AOC Goldsberr, AEC officials report that fourteen of 46 NRTC Regional Office Civilian
Florence, TOO Wilford and AB1I2 K. E. Lovett, AOC J. Rinacke activities reporting( on their pro- Manpower( Management and the
At NAS there were two war- Kaplan. AEC M. A. Solley and AEC G. gress in the Campaign this year USS Forrest Royal.
rent officer candidates who madeit The new petty officers will be.; E. Whaley. have exceeded their objectives. Navy Fuel Depot and MARTD,
WOl Sadler and WO1 Thompson. AS1I3 Ballew, AK3 Beck TD3 First Class: A01 Foster, Company "B" 4th AMTRAK already over the top, reported
Benton GMT3 Gorowik ASH3 A01 J. Bagwell, A01 P. R. Hodges Battalion, Marine Corps Re additional contributions this weekto
-----"......" .,,- "'.... .. AE1 Robert Burton, A01 serve is still high In the percentage boost their totals.
r"'l2, '" >,.. ."""' 11&o."r.., '
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'i"if'@: "''i>> '>-r.''!"\.'' '' ". ',>.,,, William llarmaon, AOl RobertE. donations with 367.8>// The Combined Federal Cam-
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T : 0 .. Talley and AQ1 J. Dudek. The Navy Food ManagementTeam paign has three more weeks to
", Second class: HM2 Rick Mc- Mayport( is second with run and all activities are requested -
:- Donough, AO2 Johnson BU2 318.1 per cent. Other activities to report their campaign
: Ferguson, AE2 Wallis, AE2 who went over the top this week progress to their coordinators.The .
Young, AO2 Duff,ADJ2 Gary Hack are, Commander Readiness Attack Jax Navy Complex has
and DP2 F. O. Hargis. Carrier Wing 4, DOD Re- attained 39.4%/ of their objective.
Third class: AE3" Addy, A03
Borland, AE3 Brock, A03 Gofer -
Money-Saving Suggestions .
,, AE3 Collins, AE3 Connors, AE3 ,
Copeland, AE3 Dearing, AE3 \ I

Dopf, AE3 Duggan, AE3 Fer- Could Save You A Bundle 1 0'1 ,
guson, AE3 Fink, AE3 Garner, ,
AE3 Hartman, AE3 Hess, A03
.i.- Hill AE3 Hoyt, AO3Hudson,AE3 Jax -- Want to pick up a bundle of cash under the ay's

Hullett, AE3 Jewell, AE3:'Kar-1 Beneficial Suggestion Program?
gaard, AE3' Lewis, AE3 Love, The suggestion we've got in mind is easyVThe moneYsaving -
AE3 McBride AE3 McCarthy, solution to the idea will be much more difficult.
,. AE3 Moore A03 O'SullivanAE3 Your money-winning suggestion would be a way to stop all
4 sa3 Picard, AE3 Stoots,AE3 Thirion. the destructive vandalism that crops up on the air station from
} aara AE3 Voelker, AE3 Welch, AE3. time to time. _
Abel, AE3BenbrookAE3Bishop: TIle solution to the problem
k AE3 Boney, AE3 Cain, AE3 Flip- seems to be as elusive as the A new stop sign costs $15.
po, AE3 Gibson AE3 Kennedy, shadows at night. If you've thex Multiply that times replacing 100
AE3 Silvertho, AE3 Soles AE3 ray vision of superman, the signs and the cost of such immature -
Heile and
Capt. Eason Tyson, AO3 Vance, AE3Apicelli detective abilities of Sherlock acts gets too high for
AE3 Ashley, AE3 Banks, A03 Holmes, or the manpower of the the station'sbudgettohandle.Especially -
Billings AE3 Blair,AE3Brooks, New York Police Department at when its all coming out
Bene Sugg Nets $1,200Jax of funds that could be used in
AE3 Carter, AE3 Howell AE3 your command, then you can
Morris AE3 Roche, AE3 Stimely probably put an end to the expensive areas that would be more bene-
Thought effort and a tion to the turbll It was found AE3 Tarnaaska, AE3 Trunk problem.We ficial to all.
beneficial suggestion by a Naval that the gases were causing erosion A03 Wilson AE3 York, ABF3 fully realize that no one In another area the American
Air Rework Facility employee on the leading edges of the Louvier, A03 Richer, A03 single person aboard the stationcan taxpayers are footing a $4.5-
paid off for him in the amount vanes, resulting in the gases Sweeney, CYN3 Feldman, PN3 stop the vandal problem but million rehabilitation of our per-
of :$1,240. flowing improperly to the turbine. Kruswickl, YN3 Lehman, AE3 if everyone keeps an eye open or manent barracks area. A few of
Edward M. Eason, a NARF Clark, SK3 Lundgren, AE3 Hud- realizes that such actions effectus the completed wings have already
Power Plant Division worker Prior to Eason suggestion the son, OT3 Rainey, AE3 Tibi and 311, then perhaps there is a been marked up by some personor
had been Eason.sthat '
was presented with a check for vanes scrapped. ATN3 Weiler. solution. persons. What kind of person
sum by Capt. D. H. lleile method for reworking the vanes One of the "greatest sports"of would take a sharp instrument and
called for belt the
NARF skipper. sanding on VP-45 some immature individuals is to run down their walls at home
Eason earned the check by devising leading of sermetal edge bahkedo.a coat- VP 45, the "Red Darters" walk along the station's streetsat just for the fun of it? Probably
a way to save the costly ing send notification of 17 promo- nights and tear down signs. no one with a half of a brain.
engine vanes of the A-4 -SkyEach vane costs an estimated tions including two chiefsAWVC; What kind of a "thrill" these But apparently there are couple
hawk. The vanes 66 in all, are $60 to $85 apiece and through D. Goshorn, and AZC R. L. people get from tearing signs of people somwehere aboard station -
located in the first stage of the Eason's idea there will be an Brooks. off posts, throwing things through that fit into the half brain
engine and direct the hot gases estimated annual savings for the windows or busting out lights, is category.
and flames formed by comb us- government of $139,130. See Advancements beyond us. Last weekend one of the elusive
immature pulled a 'caper'" that
had the potential of a $100,000
calamity. Either he or she or
Enlisted Advisor Air Station them thought it would be joyfulto
I buYisits untie all the boats at the sta
By Jackie tion's marina. Thanks to the calm
water Saturday night, no serious
Jax -- "I can't run the commanding of the Atlantic Fleet, but that the -I tant and that each letter he receives damages occured to any of the
officers and I'm rot a "ideas have got to come from will be given the attentionIt boats. The thought of $100,000
miracle man. My job is to get the troops." deserves. worth of private and Navy boats
ideas and suggestions to the admiral Chief Johnson said that the ma- Chief Johnson asks that all being smashed up because of a
for the enlisted man." jority of letters he receives con- the men and women of the Atlantic individual's immature act doesn't
For the enlisted man. These cern assignments. Once again he Fleet help him serve them strike us as humorous. In factit
words were emphasized over and said that he could not perform by letting him know what their moves us to write an unprint-
over by AVCM Al Johnson, the miracles. He urged all Navymenand problems are and giving him their able discription of whoever was
Atlantic Fleet's senior enlisted women to use ever source 9 thoughts on improving condi responsibile.These .
advisor, during his visit to the possible in their chain of com- ti tions. actions throughout the
air station Monday. mand first and then, if they feel All LantFlt personnel are en- year are costing us all as tax-
The admiral is very interested that they have been treated unfairly couraged to let the chief in on payers and Navymen and women.If .
in knowing the views,opinionsand or if they believe there is IIChief matters concerning the morale you see such actions taking
suggestions of the young men a better way of doing something, security, effectiveness and efficiency place let us know. You'll deserve -
and women of the Navy." The they should write to him. of the fleet he repre the clash of a beneficial
diief added that as a spokesmanfor "If enough people write to me A sents. His address is: AVCM suggestion and the publicity ofa
all the enlisted people of the concerning one particular area Albert T. Johnson,MCPO LANT- CONCERNED Individual over
Atlantic Fleet, he has a direct I'll bring that one out close," FLT Code 003, CINCLANTFLT the property of 200 million
line to the commander-in-diief He noted that everyone isimpor- Johnson Hdqtrs., Norfolk Va., 23511. people. The American taxpayer.JA..X .


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I Il t ne ;S e'r.y.' "e's
(Editorial View Points ,



ROMAN CATHOLIC

.St. Edwards! Chapel


It's a Nice FeelingJax DAILY SUNDAY MASIhJjO MA'I! &: 11 a.m.j.m*


Confession111:: be held
-- Giving help to people who need it, when they need it, Sunday at 8:30: 10::JO on'
and where they need it makes the world a happier place to live. It Instead: of Saturday.U. a.m.
is a nice feeling to know you have helped people less fortunate than

you are to put them in a position to help themselves.This S. NAVAL
is where the Combined Federal Campaign comes in. It isa HOSPITALSt.
one time solicit ion for voluntary health and welfare agencies. Luke's ChapelS

The United Fund of the Jacksonville area and the National Health .. A
and International Services Agencies which normally would solicit (TNDA Y MASS8:00 a.m.

next spring are cooperating locally in a single campaign for federal PROTESTANT WORSHIP

personnel. This will be the only fund raising drive for voluntary SERVICES10:00 a.m.

agencies this year. / 4 w '
The Combined Federal Campaign came about because many em- .; ah PROTESTANTAll

ployees asked for a single charitydrive.One drive makes it practical, Saints' Chapel

too, to have a payroll payment plan. The CFG has the full endorsementof 3 A
the heads of executive departments and agencies and the presidentsof k

major employee organizations. 4' SUNDAY
Employees and servicemen who want to contribute their fair share Church School -9:00 a.m.

can do so in small installments through a 12 month payroll payment ti4 b Bldg. fI 722
plan.This enables the contributor to make a one time pledge to I ; Junior Church -10:00 a.m.
cover one or all the charitable organizations atone time and he does df a x t Bids. 722
: :
not have to have the ready cash on hand at the time he pledges.The IL_ i & ___ Divine Worship Service 10
payroll payment plan is available to all civilian employees a.m. Bldg. 4 750
except those with a temporary appointement of less than one year, AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION -- NARF employees must Episcopal Communion 8:30

and to members of the Armed Forces who are assigned in this area. work hand in hand with the station Fire Department to prevent a.m.

Pay deductions are optional and voluntary with the contributor under costly fires, before they sb rt. The man high in the rafters is Small Chapel Bldg.1 4 750

the ground rules which the government has set up to keep down payroll welding steam pipes in a highly explosive and combustible Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.

withholding costs: area of the hangsr. Firemen stand by with hoses and trucks Bids. 'F 722

Minimum allotment per payday is $1 is you are paid every two while fire-proofed canvas keeps sparks from flying hap TUESDAY
a
weeks, twice a month or monthly. Above these minimums, allotmentsmay Senior choir Rehear.sal-7p.ui.:
be in any amount. hazardly about the area. Fire Prevention Week, today through Bldg. 750

Withholding in the amount authorized will be for a full year beginning Wednesday should not be a once a year happening, but rather THURSDAY

with the first pay period in January 1970. You may discontinue a daily safety practice. Christian, Science Service: -
the allotment at an earlier date upon requestto the payroll office, but 8 p.m. 131dg. V 750
you cannot change the amount or begin payroll payment again in SUNDAYEvening ,
1970. From Out of the Past I Worship _. 6 p.m.

Undersignated contributions are divided among each of the campaign Bid*. 0 750
organizations on a ratio which has been worked out on the basis of TUESDAY
their from federal 25 Years Ago TodayIt A full fledged Navy driver's.school
receipts personnel in this area. If you want to Pentecostal .
Fellowship7p.m.Bid
was opened here as an
designate a special amount for any of the agencies participatingin was announced that NAS !V 722
aim toward and
more
these write the of competent
organizations, name and the amount the space
"' provided on the pledge form and your designation will be honored. Jacksonville topped air stationsof careful drivers of government
the nation in all departmentsof vehicles.

War Bonds sales for the monthof I ,

'1 Advancements (From Page I) August 1944.A 5 Years Ago Today
in airborne search-
course
Traffic
Patrol Squadron 45 receivedthe
light maintenance was added at
e first POl's include: AWVl hitting the books and provide the coveted Battle Readiness
z NATTCenter outstanding -
P..::.." Zurn, AWV1 W. J. Campbell following list: ADR1 Decourcey, of AE "A" school. graduates "E" Award along with the Chiefof ViolationsThe

A&J R. J. Johncock, and AZ1 James Lee, ADRI Sheffield' Naval Operations Safety
ADR1 P. N.-Gulledge. ,.and ADR1 Cochran. Award. The presentation was
15 Years
St Ago Today conducted by RAdm. Alfred R.
The second class following is a report of
second AWA2 S. new Matter, commander Fleet Air
Making were: Goodwin and traffic -
ficers will be ATR2 motor vehicle accidents
W. Hughston, AWA2 J. A. Mes- ATR2 Harbin,ATR2 Lewis,ATR2 Over 260,000 barrels of pet- Wings Atlantic. violations for the period Sept.

seder, RM2 H. M. Mulholland, Moskal ATR2 Rowell,ATR2 Sdi- roleum fuels, equivalent to nine NARTU's VP-742 received an 23 through Sept. 29.
and ATR2 J. A. Payne., and a half million gallons, were official commendation from
leich, YN2 Neel, ADR2 Aanensen Number of Accidents
The following men will move delivered by the Jacksonville RAdm. Paul D. Buie,commander 11
AME2 Armes, CS2 Games and This week - - -
up to E 4; ATN3 Fry, ATN3 YN2 Kent. Navy Fuel Depot during the monthof Barrier forces Atlantic Fleet, Total accidents this year
T. D. ATN3 J. R. for their two week active
Adomyetz, September. This was new record duty through Sept. 29 - -424
Parmley, AE3 L. D. Cummings, First Crow for issues in a single month cruise in Keflavik, Iceland. Number f accidents through
AE3 T. N. Duppy, AMH3 G. W. -287
Sept. 1968 - -
McNeill, and AMH3 D. J. Quinn. And there are 10 new third
Total number of since last
class: YN3 Harris YN3 Hill, :::1,, t1;",,"i"'hll/milfl";:/' "mr,1Jj"'"I\.r:;', ,,.,, ,,,ri,', ,. ''" '''",'',:'!,lifj''HlIIIIII'I'g":';,;:;'':!,,;,!: injury in a motor days vehicle accidents -
AG3 YN3 '' 1/ff/N7y ',, "" '"' Ii ,,1
AMH3 Mayer, Meyer, ''II": I '' ,, : <
FICEUR 1 1" : "' I ,, ', 'lilwHlln -124.
w jj
,II ''' ', ', i'll'' I ii'' ,, 'I I III ,, - -
Haines, ATN3 Locke, AE3 Bol- JII il'lHl ;111/1u"i/'iiilll'-/ '!; I 6 'S" ', :,
#' d I lesl IIIWI 1 Number of Violations
/ lllm: I/II/! !

ball From this FICEUR month are the: men PT1 on Frank the Delaney stridge, and CYN3 ADR3 Bundy Heaster., HM3 A. !I 1iiI1:lli',!111111!::I!;' 1t I+Ni'II'iij I''!II"'4 1 W I 11 IIIilIr"II Ii! ;,:IIIIh::!'I i I;!!I If'lirM,,I N mll i l'7 1 hp411':: ;;')J6ld/;;!;;:%'!:': ,1 i ''I I y/jjffj I:!/:,:;!;;#:Jl!::'i ::: ;!''I!wlih":;?:!:':',,', "),,;1W::_1'I'q';'I "I':;_" iI4'(::'I nh;,:':',',A;ih','l iiI:'::|" I',' Il'Iijli! ,Ii! +!:' Speeding This week- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -40-6

Lipinski, PT1 T. P. Dean, and Reckless driving - -0

PT1 J. D. Gibson. ComFair Blue Jackets Inn October Birthday Party tomor- Going through stop sign -3

New E 5's include: Cf02 row night/ and on Sunday see the Other violations - 31
Asp, DP2 C. E. Seale, DP2 J. D. COMFAIRJAX the Music by Messenger of the free feature movie, "Square Twenty two drivers appeared

Batty, and DP2 A. E. Dimiradk. have announces been Masses will be featured at the Jungle" beginning at 7 p.m. Join before the Traffic Hear ing Board
Those having to rid of their following men promoted club tonight, with the Camelots disc
get
AOCM W. Bain, PT1 A. jockey Al Albert Wednesday on oct. 2. Disposition the cases
seaman strips in favor of a : making an appearance on stage when he
plays your favorite
Jantzen RM2 K. Kelly, AK3 K. rec- included the following:
chevron are: YN3 P. T. Parry, tomorrow. The Hot Water Blues ords from 8 to 11 p.m. Four lost driving and parking
and YN3 P.
Spencer.And
DP3 R. Arnold and the Four of Clubs will
J. Calder, PT3 A.Garza, pro- privileges aboard station for
vide the weekend entertainment, Officers Club
DP3 W. L. Elkins, and BT3 various were assigned -
periods seven
;
J. A. Needler. and on Monday dance to the soundof Jim Mann and the
finally FAETULANT DET Goodtimerswill to complete an eight -hur
the Crescendoes. The Hot
JAX announces the advancementof appear on stage tonight, and course in remedial drivingeight; \
The of VW 4 have been Water Blues will be back againon tomorrow the club
men AWl R. A. Sturch to AWC. will feature received suspensions; five were
followed the Four
Tuesday, by Mark
Castle. Music by Mel Gaden given warnings; seven were dismissed -
of Clubs on Wednesday.CPO will be the S.
attraction for Satur- ; 12 were fined (h
Club day, and on Sunday be there to Commissioner); and two were
see the Clubsmen. officersfor
referred
to commanding
Be the CPO Club tomorrow
a AX AI Ft NEWS night and at Saturday to hear ,music Acey-Deucy Club possible disciplinary action.

by The Clubs. Live entertain- See The Clubsmen Seven drivers were assessed
perform on 18 traffic points.,
ment will be featured on Sunday stage tomorrow
night
,and on Sat-
when the menu specialty will be
The JAX AIR NEWS! Is a ricilian Enterprise! Newspaper distributed rib urday enjoy the Champagne Spe-

each Thursday at the II. S. Naval' Air Station Jack- prime roast.uso Jay cial Band.to the There music will of the Charlie BJI Bus Run
be
sonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a private tasting and a wine-
ItalianbuffetonTues-
firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NCWS must Be at the USO tonight and en- day and* Wednesday Capt. H. O. Cutler, NAS com-
night the
be forwarded to the Public Affairs office fox 2, NAS Jack- joy an evening of fun and free will feature steak and fried club manding officer,has observed the

sonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News refreshments. Celebrate at the chicken. continual line of sailors that can

items arc welcomed from all sources 'telephone 772 11IH be seen walking west from the
Talent Contest Needs Blue Jackets Inn on weekend
or 111'). You!
nights after 11 p.m.

Jax -- Talented Navymen To remedy the situation, Spe-
you can
join
in
solicited the and the
Advertisements arc by ( publisher queries competition. cial
Services will conduct con-
heed this message: The deadline To
delay for
concerning such should be directed to: a moment may tinuous bus running from
for trips
entires in this year's Sixth cost dunce
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Naval District Talent Contestis in the lin Navy to Talent Participate the Blue Jackets Inn, past the

4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 drawing nearer by the minute.If test coming up next month Con- barracks to the Main Gate beginning -

Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 you can sing, dance, play a San Diego Calif. Get In tonight. They will beginat
musical instrument or have some try in now, as tomorrow your en- 10:30: p.m. and continue until
other entertainment skill, rundon't -- deadline is the the club closes and will take ap-
and
9 1969 10
VOL. 27 NO. 29 OCTOBER only days are round
walk -- to the NAS Special left until the proximately 20 minutes,
contest
begins
Services office and find out how NTC Orlando. at trip. The master at anns wHl
be provided by NATTC.




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I Entertain"ment"Showcase +

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I Arts Festival XII Saturday r


"
+Y( By Richard Laurence Baron

There arc Arts; Festivals, .and Plus: A dissertation by Dr. about: just as lost as you and
then there arc arts festivals. W.T. Herbert on "Midsummer having just as much fun.
At 1000()() Saturday the Jax Arts Night's Dream",the title of which
festival I XII opens. We are not makes it sound like a hit of fun; Jacksonville is cultureoriented -
sure what the effectiveness of A puppet show concerning a tripto in a superficial[ way; at least,
the Festival will be when it the moon; A concert by the it Deemed this way in the past.
opens in the Civic Auditorium, Junior Friday Musicale; A pres- But if this Arts Festival XII
hut indications arc that: a great entation of a movie and songs in comes off as planned, it may
mass of talent, entertainment, French by the Alliance Fran- become the sound base from
lectures, dances, musicales, and: caise; And, probably best of all, which to build a more meaningful
opportunities will be presented.The a great number of interestingand culture in the Bold New City of
sheer volume of things to : enjoyable people wandering thc South.
be seen bodes well for this festival -
and can even representJax Recon Transmitter Radio Lessons We've been having a wonderful time this week. What's all
as a very enlightened com the griping about the weather for?
munity. NAS CECIL rtELD..l1leAma-
The Jacksonville: : Council of Being DevelopedFor teur Radio Club will hold"code
Arts will present performancesof and theory" class here on the Welfare Services Need
"The Ugly Diicklim" All ServicesWASHINGTON station if enough people are interested -
and "Twelve Dancing Princess- in attending such a class.
cs", and in this same vein the (AFPS) Meetings will be held one night
Assistance from
Storybook f Players will be doing The Navy has elected Northrop per week for approximately three NavyThe
plays for youngsters. such as Corp., Palos Verdes Calif., to months, and upon completion a
"Dr. Gray Matter's Dilemma' develop the Joint Services In- "novice class" Amateur Radio
and dramatized children's stor- Flight Transmission System License wil be awarded to parti- Fourth Combined Federal than last year, simply becausethe
(JIFDATS). The announcementby cipants. TIle cost of materialswill Campaign is now in progress need for health and welfare
ies.The (Sept. 23: through Oct. The services has increased. Each individual -
building and grounds of Secretary of the Navy John be about $6.00 per person 24))
the Festival will constitute a Chafe said JIFDATS will permit and both active duty personneland Combined Federal Campaign for should give according to
showcase for this year's art and sensor data gathered by reconnaissance their dependents are wel- 1970 combines solicitations for his ability so that the less
aircraft voluntary health and welfare fortunate live a little better.Want .
sculpture; despite lapses in other : to beprocessed come. ser- may
talented : in flight and trans- Interested personnel should vice agencies into one solicitationa
areas, Jax has some
mitted to ground terminals for call extension 8110 Ser year. I Ads Pay ]
artists and! sculptors, and it is viewing.The Special \
likely that these displays will Naval Air Systems Com vices, and ask for Mrs. west. The Navy's objective is higher -

provide an interesting and enjoy- mand will manage the develop-
able stroll for all visitors. ment program and later will ad-
There Is a big program of minister JIFDATS productionfor
ballet scheduled, andafairsliow- all the services.
ing from the opera; all of these The development phase will
things will be done by local include the fabrication and test ,.. .
groups. The Little Theatre will of two reconnaissance aircraft

be doing\ a free performance of data processing and transmis- -."
"What Did We Do Wrong?" This( sion subsystems, two aircraft
reviewed in this column relay subsystems and two mobile .'" ..; ','i
play was: .
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Reports
first system will remainin J,f.,,. I '
the production has improved the laboratory for testing \ "
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somewhat: so this could be your and the second will be built into i
opportunity to see it. two RF-4C aircraft, one carry-
The Festival Committee has ing the data transmission sub
put a heavy stress on the musical system and the other carryingthe
aspect. which ,.is not too relay subsystem. .. ,
common in such tilings. The program -
will include Jax musiciansin
thc classical: way, with soloson ;
instruments and voices,chorales HONDAMOTORS
from all over the city, and
since this is sponsored by the & CYCLES CO.
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I NAS Leathernecks on Go Around Clock Carrying! |


TOP MEN-Maj. B.A. Greene !
Marines Patrol Over (seated) and Sgt. Maj. R.W. J
Bohne discuss base security.
Maj. Greene is the commanding I xX

All Corners ComplexA officer and Sgt. Maj. !
Bohne I is the top enlistedman '

at the Barracks. ..
snappy salute, a friendly greeting and in a matter of a few :. "
seconds the visitor to NAS Jacksonville has had his first look 4 .

at one of the 130 Marines attached to the NAS Marine Barracks WELCOME ABOARD-.CPI. : I k- ,' I Ie
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His. post is at the Main Gate, at least for this day but he Mancil Stanford gives permission I
to enter the air sta-
could be one of the many Marines never seen, providing se- I
tion at his post at the Main
curity and protection of weapons In amore desolate spot of
Gate. I'
the 3400-acre air station. V '0

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The Marines "landed" at NAS \ I.
Jax from Parris Island, S.C. p
In 1940. Thirty-three enlistedmen
and officer set their -
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The Marine Barracks operates '
24 hours-a-day, 365 days a M1f .' ,
year to provide the security as f <'; I
directed by the Chief of Naval I Ic : : .G'RHNE
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Operations. This means to place \..J B t. ,-\"
guards on the air station's perimeter .<, rt'" V,'>: ,
Advanced .""" : .
at the JJnder- Z gy q,1Wi w d -
water Weapons (AUW) complex I
at the station Brig Fleet Intelligence Iljj N
Center, Naval Forces
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Europe (FICEUR) and additional k 1!

protection as it becomes neces- : j

sary.Marine .
casualties convalescing .
at the Naval Hospital are attached 4._
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to the Barracks where ,
they receive administrative support ',\
while recuperating. Here -1 a .'

they are given the necessary or discharged. of the Day Barracks near the \ .,.;
help in making the quick transi- While on duty a Marine moves Main Gate. While not on his post '
if
tion from the battlefields of Viet he remains at the Guard barracks : '
nam back to the United States from the new barracks on the for 24 hours after which he is :Ti
where they will be re-assigned south end of the base to the Guard relieved for 24 hours.At msL ,

the start of the regular '
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Galley #3, and one man to
the Jacksonville Shore Patrol r
INSURANCE Headquarters.

Understanding: their missionto
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NAS Jacksonville carry out their
ANSWERING ALARM-The sabotage alert team of Cpl. Melroy
(Formerly McUougaUs Insurance) duties around the clock whether
Didier and LCpl. Jesse Harris break from the barracks to
Blvd. 388 7676 it's at the Main Gate or the
6479. Roosevelt far corners of the sprawlingair check alarm that has sounded in weapons area.
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I A03 Duff Selected as NATTC Instructor of.t.. .-i-r e Year j"r |ITop

retired chief was'11tn cruel reported nere the
InstructorJax and has been selected for sec- in Vietnam. He.was with the same The Fighting Aardvarks"ofMiramar USS Wilmington, (DL-5) in De-
ond class as a result of the outfit in Japan in 1961. SSgt. VF-114 Calif., before he cameto cember '67.
-- A03 Thomas Mah-, August exams. Donahue went through AE A NATTC. Prior to that in 1959 From June '61 to Jan. '64 he
thew Duff Jr., has been selected This isn't the first award for School here in 1960. He gradu- with VF-13, and before served on board the USS Sara-
1969 Instructor of the Year Duff. In November 1968 he received ated as honorman of his classat he was in 1955 attended AE B School toga where he received the Arm-
that
from NATTC. He was honored the William O. Florstedt instructor's training schoolin ed Forces Expeditionary Medal
along with three runners-up award for. instructor excellence Memphis.AEC here.Chief Pearson plans to teach (Cuba). He holds three Good Conduct -
Monday, in the ca ptail's office. during instructor training. Richard W. Wright, another school and later on go back to Awards.
Petty Officer Duff is a math First' runner up in the com- AE instructor, was second himself. He will remainin Pistol Team
and physics instructor at the petition is SSgt. Herbert W.Don- runner-up and SSgt. Ernest R. school Jacksonville area with his
Aviation Ordnance A School.He anue Jr. SSgt Donahue is an Instructor Canada placed third. wife the Beatrice, and two children, NATTC is enlarging its pistol
Na- ,
will now go on to Memphis at Aviation Electrician'sMate Final competition for the team. The team, one of nine a-
to represent NATTC Jax School. val Air Technical Training Command Nils and also Karen.takes quite a few a- board the station,is seeking more
in the command-wide compe- Before reporting here he was will be held Oct. 31 in He with him, among them: marksmen, especially those with
tition for Schoolmaster of the with the 1st Marine Air WingA03 Memphis. All contestants officers are and to wards Presidential Unit Citation; Navy experience, to shoot in.the once
their commanding
Year. award) weekly competition.
Commendation, ((3rd ;
Unit
A03 Duff first started his naval be guests of honor at the Navy The team has practice every
service under the"2x6" pro- Memphis Navy Day Ball the evening EuropeanAfricanMiddleEast Medal United Na- Tuesday at" the pistol range.
;
gram in the Naval Reserve fol- of Oct. 31.Retirement. ern tions Campaign Service Medal: Korean Service Thursday they won In competition -
lowing his junior year of high ? Yes Medal' and Republic Viet- against FAETU. Chief
school. He went through boot Electrician'sMate Service Medal, ((3 Bronze Browning of AOB( ) School and
Chief Aviation nam
camp and attended monthly drills w Capt. Dudley of NATTC Dental
at NAS Glenview, 111. He grad- A Hugo Pearson Jr. turnedin Stars). had.the highest averages.
uated from Rose Polytechnic Institute his active duty card Sept. Anyone, officer or enlisted,interested -
in Terre Haute, Ind., witha 30, and retired after 21 yearsof Retirement? No should contact the Act-

bachelor of science degreein had naval been service.an instructor-Chief- Pearson AE E Another chief decided he would ing Team Captain, AOC Danielsat
electrical -
and engineering
mathematics
ChiefMachinist's AO School, Ext. 3007.
in.
aboardin few more years
in 1968. School since he reported put a
After his two years of active August 1968. During the retirement Mate James R. Har-
duty began, he was assigned to ceremonies, Capt. JohnE. din reenllsted Tuesday for three
s Kennedy presented Chief years.
AO School as the only airman Pearson a letter of appreciation He took the oath for the 3rd it4cZ9'i
instructor.He expressing the command's appreciation time In his 13-year Naval career -
made third! class in March DuffCommunity for a job well done. from Capt. Kennedy. The

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Orange Park Com- u v /t
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Juan at Niblick munity Theatre will presentthe J / ;3 a! J .
Phone 384 4406 play "The Night of January ,$
16" Oct. 16, 17 and 18. 4
Tickets for the 8:30 p.m. play .t'
e 1, 2, (f 3 Bedrooms are now on sale at the NAS
Garden Type Apartmentswith officebuilding -
Services
Country Club Special 37-22-37, HUT Now that
704, at the price of $2.50 Julie New-
Atmosphere football time is here
Kitchens equipped with G-E per ticket. Children's tickets mar says, "Be sure all your
Ranges G; Refrigerators may be purchased at the door. passes are authorized. Otherwise .
Individual Air Conditioningand The play will be presented at you may be penalized."
Heating by G-E the Orange Park Women's
Drapes furnished Club, 130 Kingsley Avenue, 'P YL'owr' 5AV114G511ME
Wall to Wall Carpeting and Orange Park. [
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: TIGER'S WAKE .. Two members of VAP-62 mourn the pass- ... .."
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The squadron is being decommissioned as a result of the wa1k -
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CMNiFREE 3 recent Navy cutback.
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Swimming ScheduleThe (.. ,(aEd

NAS Jacksonville indoor If Interested ii, any of the following .
swimming pool In Building 614 classes, register with
is now open for recreational Mrs. DeWolfe at NAS Special :'0)(
swimming for military personneland Services from 1 to 3 p.m. Mon-
their dependents. Hours of day through Thursday. Registration -
operation are: weekdays--5 to by telephone will not be
iMH p| JgM J MJJp nMHh pMMMM 8 p.m. and weekends--noon to accepted. Classes are limited,so
8 p.m. register early.

FACIAL WITH EACH MEN'S HAIR STYLE NAS Jacksonville Special.ser- Dates: October 9, (14,
vices Is offering Red Cross swim IS
CARTON OF RC COLA RAZOR 16,21,22,23,28,29,
FREE WITH EACH lessons for children as well as
HAIR CUT adult group lessons at the NAS 30. Instructors I and II

FREE BOTTLE RC COLA WITH EACH HAIR CUT Jacksonville Indoor pool this fall will hold beginner classes
from
and winter. All military person- 6 to 6:30: p.m. Instructor -
25% OFFON ALL CUSTOM MADE HAIR PIECES nel on active duty as well as I will hold adult .-1J .
their dependents aged four and classes and Instructor II ,
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I' 'Nuclear Carrier Delay Would Hinder Defense Capabilities' -- CNO


10 times as could play an "essential role"in
about
Washington (AFPS) -- A delayto The second ship CVAN-69, The three ships are plannedto alone will be World War n a large scale conflict in Eu-
completing the second of the was originally planned for authorization replace the last of the aging much as for a but the admiral rope. If forward bases and fuel
three Nimitz class nuclear air- in 1969, with a 1974 World War II Essex class car- aircraft carrier, air- and stockpile areas were over-
craft carriers would hinder the deliver date. So far, contracts riers still serving as attack car- feels the investment remains In valid an for run, attack carriers "could be
combat of the amounting to $132.9 million have riers. craft carrier
capability Navy,
out best and possibly only meansof
of the ship.
been for the ship, and attack the 30-year life
according to the Chief of Naval placed The current authorized providing tactical air
the President's Fiscal Year 1970 attack supportin
Operations.And carrier force level is 15 controlled include
a response to -
without a modern attack budget includes a request for carriers plus an anti-submarine Permanent Investment"The tactical nuclear "
weapons.
carrier force to maintain free $377.1 million to complete con- carrier acting in an attack role land
in a
use of the seas, Admiral ThomasH. struction.The for the duration of the war In investment return onlyas Balance of Power
assured
Moorer said, the United States third ship is planned for Southeast Asia.Adequate. base has an
"cannot maintain its position as full funding in Fiscal Year 1971. long as the base is neededin
a first rank world power." The Navy originally requestedlong Air Power the specific location, and international Even in an all out nuclear

He ruled out modernizing old- lead time funding for its "This number may not be adequate political and military exchange, the attack carrier
er carriers because of the cost nuclear propulsion plan in FY to provide the required conditions do not deny or" restrict could "well provide the balanceof

and because "no growth factor"is 1970, but the request was deleted tactical air power for future con- its use when needed,"This Admiral power," the admiral said.

left in the carriers whichhavegone after a review of the budget. tingencies," the admiral said, Moorer commented.
investment is lost as soon In a nuclear war, the
large great-
from
straight deck to angle 1976 DeliveryIf "particularly in view of the
the job is finished est threat to carriers would
as particular not
deck and
hydraulic catapults to steady deterioration of our over-
And add the funding is not restoredin for which the base was cre- be from ICBM's, because car-
steam catapults. to nuclear seas bases ... by quickly build-
the FY 1970 appropriation, ated.ItBut riers are "virtually immune to
propulsion to present car- ing carrier force levels over
riers "would cost as much ... the ship will be delayed at leasta and up above the peacetime levels." during the life of an air- pre-targeting, but from air and
1976 craft carrier, the admiral pointsout naval forces particularly sub -
as it would to build a new one, year beyond its delivery He said it is not desirable to
he said. date, according to Admiral reduce the attack carrier level it can provide an air base marines.

for First Moorer. by using dual crews to keep all anywhere in the internationalsaters "without However, because the
Money The Navy plans all three shipsto aircraft carriers overseas. Such of the world enemy
and international agreementsor would have problems locatingthe
be of the same design prior
would overseas
action
Presently, the USS Nimitz, the to be bought series production bases for maintenance require and repairs U.S. commitments for base carriers and penetrating their
first of the new class is the from one contractor. To delay rights." defenses, the admiralthinks"theprobability

only one fully funded. The keel scheduled funds would "increase and "this would certainlyadd Best Means is very large that
was laid in June 1968 and it is component costs and ship con- significantly to our gold out- some of these ships would sur-
scheduled for commissioning in struction delays which are in flow problem." Additionally, the admiral vive to deliver their own nuclear
1972. themselves costly." The cost of the USS Nimitz thins: attack aircraft carriers punch."




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For Your i InformationCPO

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ADRC V.R.
Gray
To adapt the report to modern t
electronic processing capabili- tl"WOULD
ties. It is most important that
the evaluating seniors and com-
manding officers do not allow the i
form to become ineffective as

did the old form by marking h
all their chief petty officers in a yy 1

4 MM b the top 10, five or one per .
cent .,
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A n.tlve Of L wr nc.burg, Twin." seven continents, the National
Chief Gray enlisted In the Navy In NEWSBy Geographic Society says.
March 1954. He attended basic
training at San Diego and completed VP-S DONATES TO CAMILLE VICTIMS-On Sept. 12 a
AD "A" School In Memphis,
Tenn.
The 15-year Navy vet spent his Cpl. p.D. collection was taken among the officers and men of VP-S for t
first and tour since with Jax that Overhaul time has and served Repair Edwards the victims of Hurricane Camille. Cdr. H.C. Abeleln, com-

from Hawaii to Norfolk, and from RetiresJax manding officer of Patron Five, is shown here presenting the I AIR BASE
Quonset Point, R.I. to Key West and
Is now an Instructor at the NAVAIR- check for $160.25 to Mr. C. Hariss, head of the American Red ,\
LANT Career Information Center -- and Foxes de [PAWN SHOP
here. Twenty-one years Cross In Bermuda where the MAD are currently
six months of faithful Marine ployed.
Chiefs and above are now evaluated Corps active service ended last NEW OWNERS

prepared on NAVPERS In accordance Form with 1616/8 SUPERS week therford for and Gy. Sgt.family Kenneth during Ru-an VW-4 Sponsors will match 4:30 them with at Cedar the Beach Hills. WELCOME YOU!

1616 of Dec. 19, 1968. informal ceremony at MAD. Jets at p.m. MONEY TO LOAN
This form was introduced dueto Gunny Rutherford had been instructing ADS WE ALSO PURCHASE
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ttally reduced. wife Valerie and their two teen- ner Football League Pee Wee
Prior to the introduction of agers Susan and Kenneth Jr. Division game of the 1969-70 You CAN'T Make a MIS-STEAKI!

the form in January, over 90 Re-Up season Saturday evening at Fer- Come to Denny Moran's Steak Mouse( anyway! because in
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To provide better discrimination for over a year. brought this year's record to B: \ Fries
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standing quality and offering sev- week for their annual rifle re- .
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,. course at Camp Blanding's
Hutchinson Range. The "B"
Course consists of five stringsof ..t /
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< 250.SSgt.. Tom Friedt stole the show
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for the TD from the seven.
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the Marines down 8-6.
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Cecil 1 ..ONJiL Associate Degree for
I Sports RoundupBy d ? iJ p I

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SMC George Blackburn Career Enlisted No CostFor



Because of inclement weatherole day, Tuesday, or Friday at 1130. years the Navy has been "207.
Snoopy .is hurting for some We have a number of games aware of the need for college No waivers will be granted;
action sports news. The station scheduled before the Sixth Naval educated officers, and now the all applicants must meet the
athletic director was able to District tournament. a a need for enlisted personnel withat eligibility requirements lifted:
pick-up some "sports shorts" Intramural volleyball is also least two years of higher below In addition to some edu-
and pass them along though. slated to start soon and teams education to their credit has also cational qualifications, which
Attention bowling secretaries are needed for competition'ssake. become apparent.To most petty officers already have.
...If desire news of your educa-
you provide this higher
call extension (Intramural Squash Junior Bowling Be a petty officer second class,
league published Squash tion for enlisted men the Associate -
206 or 8163.Thursday. that is) gets underway on 13 Oct. Degree Completion Pro- or above In the Regular Navy
National League Eight teams have entered this to Start SoonThe gram was established. It enablesthe serving in his second or subsequent -

Standings are listed below: fall sport. The defending champ- man who is qualified to spendtwo Regular Navy enlistment
AOMD 20-8 ions, the VA-37 Bulls have also Junior Bowling League years at one of the selected Have completed at least 5 years
NAMTD #2 18-10 entered. Monday's "kickoff"will will begin its new season on Sat- junior colleges rather than a of continuous active naval serviceas
VA-44 17-H feature VA-105 #1 against urday, 25 October. The organiz- regular duty assignment. The of 1 September of the fiscal
VA-174 #3 16-12 VA-12. VA-87 vrs. VA-37, VA- ational meeting will be held on program is actually a mini year in which attendance at the
VA-45 15-13 174 vrs. VA-172, and VA-105 18 Oct., at 1000. NESEP. ADCOP college would commence.
DENTAL 15-13 #2 vrs. VA-44, will be compet- All Cecil Field dependentsboys Enlisted personnel meeting the Have no remaining service obligation -'
VA-174 #1 14-14 ing on Tuesday, Wednesday, and ( and girls) between the ages eligibility requirements listed as of 1 September of
ADMIN ,-, 12-16 Friday respectively. 11 and 15 are eligible.Those that below should submit their request the year in which attendance at
BOQ 11-17 Gnip Gnop wish to participate should attend chits via the chain of com- the ADCOP college would commence -
AMD 10-18 Ping-Pong (Spelled backwards the organizational meeting. mand to reach their Educational which was contracted under -
,. FAETU 6-22 Gnip-Gnop) is a new addition to Services Officer not later than 3 the terms of a prior enlist-
Now for the want ads. Basket- the Cecil Field sport's program. vvwwvwwwvwwwwv November 1069. Additional information ment incentive which involved
ball "officials' clinic" will com Play will start 13 Oct. with all may be obtained from receipt of formal training. (Examples -
mence on October 15. Anyone matches being held in the station the Educational Services Office, : STAR, SCORE, Nuclear
interested in officiating at the gym. Seven teams are entered SWAP MEET Bldg. 441 (Photo Lab), Room Power Training, etc.)
basketball games to be playedat and
in this league, practice
the station gym should contact sessions are now being conductedin FLEA MARKET
the Athletic Director at Ext. the gym. Monday's first match
498 within the, next few days.- should start off with a bang,
One Indian Is badly needed to doa takes
favored AMD on a strong
as
I .IIHIII 11111I III III THE
that
"Stop-the-Rain-Dance" so team from supply. Tuesday sees COMPUTERby
we can resume touch football NAMTD #1 vrs. VA-44. Wed- Sell! Buy!
action. Maybe the AtlantaBraveswill # ._ /
nesday VA-174 vrs. NAMTD 2. III II II 1.-
loan us their Indian, Hit- Winter League Golf will start
A-HOMA, as he should be well on 14 Oct. for the Blue League, TABLES FURNISHED u GoodeEvery
rested after the playoffs this 'and on 15 Oct. for the Gold Lea- trl :
week. Right now both fields are gue. Tee-time for both days will a:
which OPEN
as wet as Lake Newman, be 1230. EVERY
"
makes it tough to "lime-off. SATURDAY & SUNDAY
When play does resume, foot- Currently there are 12 teamsin 9 AM 6 PM
ball players are requested to the Gold and 16 in the Blue
park their cars on the old bas- League. VA-45, the 1969 station time- the New York Jet's Joe Namath drops back to pass
in 2600 BLOCK OF he puts one point up on the Scoreboard.But .
ketball to damageto champs look like repeaters
courts prevent Gold EDGEWOOD AVE. NORTHAT Namath is only second in the league. Lenny Dawson of the
field. the Blue League, while the
the soggy 20TH STREET Kansas City Chiefs is head and shoulders over Namath on this im-
Boxing--Anyone interested in League could go to anyone. All
portant statistic. Dawson earns 1.35 points every time .he goes to
forming a boxing team should participants without an estab the air-35 per cent stronger than Joe.
call Ext. 498 for information. lished handicap must Handicaps For Information Call According to The Sports Computer, two of the most important
Volleyball players are in demand first round scratch. 768-7058 or 781.9886 statistics in pro 'football are: 1)) points per pass (offense); and
this year. Anyone inter- may be established by three 18- 2)) opponent points allowed per pass (defense).
ested in trying out for the Cecil hole rounds or six 9-hole rounds, Our Univac sports analyzer has found that the balance between
Field Volleyball team should report by last Intramural records, or these two statistics accurately predicts a team's won/lost recordat
to the 'station_gym on Mon CRMGA handicaps. season's end. ,- .
t' Can the electric computer give us an objective prediction on
this year's AFL race? Using the 1968 balance points-per-pass and
opponent's points-per-pass, The Sports Computer came up with
these AFL predictions:
Your next
TEAM POINTS OP. POINTS BALANCEPER
PASS PER PASS
AFL WEST
..
PROMOTIONmaybe KANSAS CITYOAKLAND 1.35 .35 1.00 "
1.00 .50 .50
SAN DIEGO .85 .70 .15
CINCINNATIDENVER .70 .80 -.10
.60 .90 -.30

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NEW YORK 1.00 .70 .30
: HOUSTONMIAMI .70 .70 .00
.
.70 1.00 -.30
FASTER BUFFALO .50 1.10 -.60
BOSTON .60 1.00 -.40

Kansas City looks to be the power in the AFL West this season.
1 than When quarterback Len Dawson went to a deep dropback against
.. \; l. V youTHINK the Rams In pre-season play, he wasn't dumped once.,, The Chiefs
.. 'I i clobbered George Allen's defense oriented LA team.
:!;, The New York Jets should repeat in the East. But after Willie
: i > Joe Namath at quarterback the Jets are as deep as the dry Los
: Angeles river. Only one knee has to go and the Jets are grounded.ARDgEY' .

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CECIL FIELD E-5 BOX"
1957 CHEVROLET (]
Or JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
Intelligent highly aggressive
work up.your own hours as sales rep for 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern 2 Dr., 283, V8, Auto Trans., New. Tires Saturday, October I 11 I 1
and tag, Xtra clean. $475. 396 0437.
nationally famous mobile home trailers and Apts. 389 3007. NAS: "THE ILLUSTRATEDMAN" 1 1249.12OI KING 8T I

company. Excellent income for hard ENGLISH FORD DELUXE -- Color science fiction JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 322O4WANTED I
worker. Apply in person. ABC Mobile Xtra clean, 24,000 miles. See at Gulf starring Rod Steiger and Claire I

Homes, 8 a.m. 8 p.m.MISCELLANEOUS. lii1! 1 ij:: 1. REAL'ESTATHOUSE. ::. > jr! 1 j!j 1j Station on San Juan and Cassat $650. Bloom.NAS MATINEE M/G ((103: mins."EIGHT) ON 1 1 USED CAMERAS AND! :

1968 VOLVO 145 S.

Iliilij: ; :!: : : : : : :jj! lilji;:!! NEAR NAS & CECIL 4 Power Door,, Disc Station brakes Wagon, Like, Air New Cond., Ex, THE starring LAM"Bob -Hope- Color and Comedy Phyllis I I TOP EQUIPMENT.DOLLAR WE 388-8535 PAY I

54 pct equity.3 BR,2 Ba., Cent. Heat 3752 or 264 2268 after 6. $2600.. Diller. ((106 mills.) ...BRING THIS AD WITH YOU/ 1
HOSPITAL "RASCAL" -----.te.t.rsdl.
& Air. Fenced yard. Near 3 schools. :

DO YOU WANT TO BE $103. mo., 771 7684.WATERFRONT. 1968 MUSTANG -

A DISC JOCKEY? 3 Spd., R & H, Excellent condition,
For information dial 356 8351.GEORGE'S LOTS Call 7714615. Light green in color. OPEN SUNDAY
High wooded, perfect for retirementand
KENNELS year around living. Easy terms
Mobile Homes Welcomed 1 Mile Eastof
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand
Lake Ashbury on 209. Also new
delivery Est. 1925, Poodle
restricted sub division near com
Grooming Reasonable, 5085
pletion. Contact La Rue 725 3992.
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and
Edgewood) 389 0064
HOMESFOR RENT OR SALE!
STEREO CONSOLE $62 We help NAVY Quick Move In. Call 1OO GUARANTEE
Take up payments on a 3V? month old us first! Courteous Service. .l
stereo in walnut console.Excellent SILLAY REALTY COMPANY: .. We gave them the VW 16 point Safely and Performance In -
Cond. Stereo and radio combinationpay 389.6201 JiV apertlon.' Then we tuned up, tightened and replaced everything
balance $62 or reliable party can that needed it. And guaranteed them |uO% for the repair or
assume$8 per mo. payments. Ph. 353 replacement of all major mechanical parts for JO day. or 1000
1946 nite or day. Free delivery without FOR RENTOR SALE mil PI. Come on In and double check.
obligation- 1606 Main St. Houses and Apts. Equity VA & FHA
resales. $100 down.. Call Power or -ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE
Mills, USN Ret.264.2411 Orange Park ASS MBLIES -BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

FOR SALE Realty, Military Free Notary. #J'j.J; ,II'I.4t I]# Bold New Colors
Live! crabs and Fresh fish. Wilford
Fish Camp 264 9707.1969SINGER tuitniiiiiiimiiinimniiimiimiumMmiimMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
4 BR, 2 STORY HOME n7Call N/N/NINNNINNNININNMNNINa1N/NIa11MNaD
-
ZIGZAG Redwood 21'? Bath, Central Heat, Air 69 MUSTANG I

Buttonhole, Blind Hem, Monograms, Cond., Family Room, Fireplace, $2495
All built in, $41.50 or easy terms. To Hardwood floors, Vj Acre lot. 264 0 388-2755 2-Door Hardtop, V-8, Auto trans.

see call credit manager 388 0784. 9698. Reasonable Terms. 63 OLDS F85, $995

SPECIAL SALE CEDAR HILLS AREA Convertible, Radio & Heater, Power Steering.
Color TV's large screen $299, Black 3 Bedrooms, Dining Room, Stove and
and white TV's console and portable refrigerator Fenced in yard. Hook up Give 61 VW SUNROOF .
from $79.2 Dr. no frost refrigerators for dryer and Air Cond., Unfurn., $105. Heater, New Paint. $795
. 16 cu. ft. Regular $299. $199. All mo. plus deposit. 181.2662.
other merchandise greatly reduced. Bonds 62 VW SEDAN
Wesconnett Furniture. Corner 103rd Savings Mag $895
and Wesconnett 771 0750. MASONARY DREAM Wheels Radio and Heater.
3 BR, 1'j Bath, Fenced yard, Air
OILHEATERSCleaned Cond., 5Vi percent loan. 7213 KoledaDr. Freedom Shares 64 VW '1500' SEDAN $1095

and Serviced. Central Units, Cedar Hills. See after 5 p.m. 781- 2-Door, Radio fc Heater.

Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur- 0968. 65
naces. Tylers Heating and Air Con Radio VWrSEDAN $1195
ditioning. Lake Shore 4711 Palmer OOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOC

Ave. 388 5161.2 SINGERS U8 1 f1 im;:: {!:;;:ii:: RENT A LS Mtdt111 W;1 1 Direct FURNITURE from factory WAREHOUSE to you 66 Radio &VW Heater.SEDAN $1295

Sewing machines and console. Good Compare: Quality
Cond. 67 VW SEDAN $1495
Has everything. Complete with Price ,
FURNISHED
attachments. Pay storage charges
Radio & Heater.
only $38 each or $8 per mo. Ph. 353 0 2 BR., Apt. Orange ParkS min. to Cash 6 Carry
1946 anytime will deliver no obligation NAS, will rent to TAD Personnel, or Corner Roosevelt & St. JohnsCan 68 VW SEDAN
1606 Main Street. Bachelors, TV, Linen, Utensils optional you afford not to compare? $1695I

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS Air Cond., 264 6884. Radio & Heater

Consoles some with AM 0 FM, tape 66 MUSTANG convertible $1695
players. At dealers cost to liquidate v-S, Auto
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771 0409. SCHOOLSandINSTRUCTION trans., Air Cond., Radio & Heater, Black Top

GERMAN SHEPHERDAKC 64 VW Deluxe Bus $1295

Reg., Black and silver, 6 mos., Radio and Heater.
dew 0 claws removed, all shots, J. B. Now Open! 68 VW Karmann
Bailey NAS Cecil Ext, 342 or Callahan JEANS DANCE ACADEMY Ghia $2295
879 2248.
0 __ 103rd Wesconnett, Hula, Tap, Baton,
FOR SALE: Ballet, Jazz, Guitar, Acrobatics. 68 VW Squareback $2395
Kohler 0 Campbell Piano, Mahog., Transportation,771.2521,or 384.3055 or & Air Cond.

week Exc. Cond.. ends., Phone 384 6762 after 6 or 771.5464. 1JWhr ; r

OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
0t .1

All ELECTROLUX Brands Hose 650.VACUUM 6437 S15.Wilson ;;: :ii;:TRANSPORTATION. '; .;:':. .1 I f.flR.

Blvd., 771 5028.MAN'S .
WESTSIDE
AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast .
BLUE SUIT,
NEW and West Coast 353 3691 inORANGE
Size 43, 2 Pair of pants, 33 long 34
waist B clarinet, Man's Golf Cart, 2 VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Pair Man's Black Shoes 10B. Sunday. 1966 VW SEDAN PARK
2306'Cedar Shore Circle. One owner. $800. or trade for station ,

SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER wagon 7250169. 1138 Hwy. 17 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781.5511

1964 FORD PICKUP Phone 264 4522
Cook Cornellia and 41 serve piece ensemble overware. $24 Lady,95, Model F.100C 292 Cubic Inch (Steel <% Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 P&'
rails included Priced for
)
Regular retail price $89.50. Ph. 388- livestock
4905. quick sale. Phone 264 5127. ::








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Merit Promotion Opportunities




Available for Civilian WorkersJax diyIi: I _


: ; :

-- Merit promotion)>r- !'M-0' !) Apprentice\ (First:; Year), 140-09(;!, Supervisory; apply; Clerk _
tunities currently open for receipt !M-M;!' Statistical Assistant i ib-:,, ((10=1U-1)( ), and 147-09!' Military C ;
of applications are listed 97-09(;! Accounting TechniunnGS-. ) Peronnel:; Clerk (Typing Gi:S-5
below. -1, 101-09() I A/C Mcialsmiih, 102-( ((10-20-09)!'). ; So
.
Applications will be accepted (09! Automotive MECHANIC:: ([I3o Applications for the position[ ; < S
from career or career conditional & lender), 10.-J-09: Clcrk-Uic of Electronics I ) Technician Gb-7,
employees of the air station tallng Machine Transcriber GS4 ;::>- MPU No. 144-09' will he accept
Rework Facility, Naval Air and 104-09! Supervisory Supply cd from\ employee:, of Navy and!
Reserve Training Unit, l-'lcetAir Technician GS-8. Mar le Corp activities in the
Jacksonville, fleet Aviation Also, Wf-.iHStcno|() ( )( S-!), 10709 Sixth Naval District. Tlie cutoff -
Electronic Training Unit Atlantic Card Punch Operator fii>-2 date for the rcgi hter; Is Oct.2.M. .
Del. Jax, Naval Hospital, CommIssary and :M J, 1 108-09(; Messenger GS-2 :I. ,\ .4
Stores:;, Navy Keeruit- and ;M 3, I 110-09( Production (Controller Applications for the following
ing Station, Navy Finance, I Disease I- GS-7, JII-ill'lilnller( & po:.11(ion are be ing accepted from
Vector Control, and I lee Estimator: (Shcetmetai Worker), federal employees nationwide.
Weather "I'acility, Jacksonville at 112-0!) Electrical Accounting l MPU No. (PM-09: ( !. Cost Accountant >>', !
.,
any time. Machine Operator GS-M: I M.'MJH: ( !! GS-r, 7 and !9 J ((10.15-Gt| | !!)
MPU No. 7JI-B9!) ( Electronics Digital Computer System Administrator and J"8-m Electronic I Engineer / .
Mechanic, 80-OU() !' A/C Electronics :; GS-11 I 114-09!' Pipe-' (General; ) (II-10-09)) ) ( ). "'- --
j Worker, 81-00 Accounts coverer and Insulator, 1 115-( !t Application Forms 171 for all
Maintenance Clerk GS-4, 82-M( (. Plasterer, 117-09 I Shcetmetai of the above. [positions shouldbe
Planner & Estimator (Public Worker) 11 H-nJ! Refrigeration filed with Civilian Personnel i/
"' Works Structures), 8-GU:$ A/C and Air Conditioning Mechanic, Department, Box 22, NAS Jax. .-
Instrument Mechanic, 84-G9! A/C l 119-09! !! Military Personnel Clerk I Further information regarding\
Instrument Worker, 85-61)! ) A/C GS-4, -09Holler Tender, 11209 these [positions is available from TWENTY-YEAR PIN -- Public Works Department telephoneclerk
Electrician, 8G-G9Clerk(Stenographer ) (i!) Plumber, 124-09( Assistant:; bulletins: and announcements\ or typist, Mrs. Jennifer V. Cerni is awarded a 20-year pin
) GS-M! and 4, 87-/J( Clerk Meat Cutter, 12.VG9! Laborer at Ext. 2:120.: in ceremonies in Public Works Maintenance conference room.
(Typist) GS-2, ;'J t and 4, 88-00( !) Cleaner> 120-09 Mess Attendant, Capt. H.O. Cutler, NAS skipper, pins the award on Mrs. Cerni.
Electronics Mechanic (A/C Sys- 128-09 Secretary (Steno) GS-4; ,
tems) and 89-G9 Electronics Mechanic and 129-09( Aircraft Instrument;f
(Maintenance). Mechanic (Electronic). Postage and Fees' Letters
Also. !UO-C9> Machinist, 91-00} Also:; l.09: ) Automotive E-
A/C Electrical Worker, 92-09( ) cuipment| Serviceman l.MI-09; ( !
Planner & Estimator (Piblic Clerk FS)1: () 2 and :,3 s, tJ2-if: ( !
Must be Official MailWidespread
Works Electrical Systems), 9:109 : Computer Operator (;S-5, IM09 : Navy
Industrial Tractor Operator ( Stockman, Supervisory: ( !)::>
Engineer GS-12, 1MC-09, ( Data unauthorized use cial 'handling, and! I international vial or fraternal clubs or ac-
SPACIOUS b PEACEFUL Communications Ecuipment| Op- of postage-paid envelopes has mail; ship and station newspapers tivitIcfor:;; official mailings
MARSHALL ACRES eratorGS4,1t76ttManagementTechnician : \ resulted in a postal instruction for exchange bet ween activities which include unofficial/ private
9359 103rd Street GS-f, 1U9-C9, Tele- clearly defining the conditions of the Department of i Defense matter; and for mail not hearing -
Jacksonville's' newest & typist GS-.r, 140-09( Mechanical under which these envelopes maybe or other official purposes[ : ; a return address.
most modern mobile home Engineering l Technician GS-r, 7, )legally used. and for transporting civilian (Official endorsements must he
community Is now open for 8 and 9, Ground Support, 14109 The message states that the clothing to the home of record printed by a mechanical means\
your inspection. Large 44 x Mechanical EngineeringTcdt-:: "Postage> and Fees Paid, i Department of selective service inductees not to include typewriting, hand-
75' JDt<. nician GS-7 Hand 9, Jet Engines of the Navy" postal and recruits upon entering the stamping-\ handwriting or hand
ONLY $35 PER MO. 142-09 Instrument Mechanic marks may he used for mailing military\ service. printing.
(General) and MM-09: Aircraft material relating to the business Improper uses of official mailing Known or :suspected; : misuse/:; : of
Swimming pool, tennis court, Painting Worker. of the U.S. Government marks! include the following: official mailing\ privileges will
shuffleboard court, B D Q Applications for the following 1 Authorized uses of officially for private use; correspondenceto 1x2 reported[ to the commanding\ \
built for *
". pit joyment., picnic Act Today!your Call:en jobs will be accepted at any time[ marked envelopes include: Non- individuals or private commercial officer by postal personnel I'' and
. EL VERANO MOTOR COURT from the same group of employ appropriated fund activities for agencies which relatesto appropriate action will he taken.
ces as above. I However, in orderto the conduct of official/ busi procurement of goods for resale -
S. Martin. Manager
Mr. F.
1r establish registers the first; ness concerning l reports, (policy I- or pertains to collection of VW-4 Advance &Re-Up
,i 359.2924 cut off dat\ follows the posit practices, etc.; firms and! income due to the non-appro
, .... For Full Details individuals for domestic mailings priated f fund; on self-addressed: Jax -- A reenlistment\ and the
1 MPB No. I4f)-09!t (10-10-050( () ; ( I), of official, matter not otherwise enclosures in correspondence to presentation of certificate/ of advancement -
I prohibited from official persons required by law to furnish highlighted activitiesat
mailings. information to the Department VW-4, Sept. 21.ADKO .
the best The return address must be of the Navy; by retired James A. Warren re-
Shari
is
that of the Navy activity which members of the Navy, except enlisted/ for another two years.;
furnishes the label. In the case when furnished:; them as marked The 2J-year Navy veteran i is the
: '' thing that's, happened of merchandi.se( ; inspected and reply items; by concessionaires l ; squadron's night check power-
: accepted at the contractor's or their cmployccsoii; parcels plant's supervisor and has been
plant, the return address should tendered to commercial freight! with VW-4 for seven; years.
I, since payday include the official) title of the carriers; on\ !parcels tendered to ATI! Tony (;,>rlow received (his
i I y Navy's plant representative; transportation officers; to pay certificate of advancement\ to his
cash. cial services :such as airmail C.O.I fees; by amateur radio present rate frum C r. C..T. Cllsh,
her for
E Call registry[ ; special delivery, spe lIdS, wives' clubs or other :.so50 VW-4 skipper.! Corlow, a five-
year veteran, maintains( elec -
: $100 or more. t trunk- equipment in the Avionics

I Division.
j "Shari paydays" happen whenever you
, need them. At Aetna, she can arrange NAS Association
: for a Payday Loan up to $5,000 if you % Off
, need all that. So, if you need a quick Members Only

f, .t payday, don't wait. Get ahead with a
' 1 Payday Loan from Shari at the Aetna GROUP RATES
loan office.When at Sheraton INCOME PROTECTION
INUUI.1.MINI"?: / I NOW OP EN

MutuillCgfmilhil \
I

on weekends.Stay qJ

AET W. KABRICK
fINANCISYSIIM 4077 Woodcock Dr. Suite 230

\ at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn Jacksonville, Fla. 32207

in the Continental U.S.* at Vz the regularrate

on Friday, Saturday and Sunday CLIPPER.CROSBY.SEACRAFT
nights. GATOR*ROCKET

You don't have to be in uniform. All you

:;. 4. mattersAetna's need is your ID. MERCURY
money -.. -. .. OUTDOARDS
, Next time you get a weekend pass,
unwind in style at Sheraton. I. MERCRUISERSTERN

:, got what.. takes 'Reservations are accepted on a DRIVES

"Standby Basis" only and are subjectto EXPERTREPAIR
i space availability at time of check-in. J
THREE LOCATIONS
.: : Offer does not apply to the St. Regis- SHOP

Hemming Park Building Sheraton in New York City. .<. .atfs
46 W. Duval Phone 355.7543 264 9835
''t ( )
i 5551 Normandy Phone 786.0191 .

!! 8006 Lem Turner Road Phone 7680501 I INLET MARINESales
" Sheraton-Jacksonville Hotel
LOANS FROM $50 TO $600 & Service
I GULF LIFE.CIN11R
, SHERATON HOTELS AND MOTOR INNS. A WORLDWIDE SERVICE OF I'll Hwy. 17 Orange Park



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r NAMTRADETS Select FavoritesAviation I



Ordnanceman First Month" for Detachment 1034 (A-:
Class Charles R. Colbert has 7)) for the month of August, 1969.
CECILCAPSULE been selected "Instructor of the lie was presented the award by
Month" for the month of Augustfor Lt. C. L. Overson, Assistant
NAMTRADET 1016 (A-4)Cc-) OinC NAMTRADETS Cecil Field.At .
cil Field. the presentation Chief Holt
: <<# % Petty Officer Colbert was pre- was commended for his devotionto
: sented the award by Lt.C.L.Ov- his duty as an instructor, his <
V erson, Assistant Officer in constant quest for knowledge,and
: ::::::: ::: :::::: ::::::: :::: Charge, of NAMTRADETS Ce- the precise and effective methods
cil Field. with which he compiles technical
Colbert reported( to NAM information and passes it on to
f from VA 12
TRADET 1016
L\k ; : 'd } in September 1968 where he is his students.
? now assigned as an instructoron Chief lIolt joined the Navy in
the weapons systems of the A- 1955 and reported to Detachment
4 Skyhawk. Colbert is presently 1034 (A 7)) in April 1968
residing at 5927 Ridgeway RoadE. where he is assigned as an inst-

p.V ., Jacksonville, with his wife, ructor teaching the electrical
Last week the results of the the former Miss Barbara Rice systems of the A 7'CorsairII
August exams began arriving at and their two children Thomas aircraft.

the squadrons and detachments and Charles. lie his wife and "Patsy, and
; aboard NAS Cecil Field. Some did AEC Michael Holt has been their son Eddie reside at 4526
better than others, but so far only selected "Instructor of the Lambing Road, Jacksonville.
d one detachment has reported that
that went for advancement .
everyone up the Naval l !&f ;I1!.1-. 1 :.x rt.t ",", n ;
made it --
ADJ2 Larry Knott and AN Bill Bailey comfort their leather Weather Service Environmental ,
ed friend while waiting for the Humane Society to pick him Detachment.Four L___ I 4 ,,, '
up. They found the hawk along the side of the highway last men from NWSED went '
1 %
four have
for advancement,and
week; he was unable to fly because he had a broken wing. up
been selected for advancement. raa
They proved that guessing the
weather is not their only skill.
BollingAnacostiaFuture The four included one going up
for AG3, one for AG2, and two
for AGC.In .
Studied ,,'< the whole Navy only three < :,.N
men were selected for AGC,
,j: and NWSED is proud of AG1

WASHINGTON (AFPS) Roy Marquez and AG1 Henry '
The Department of Defense is Dison who will be buying their
developing master plan for khaki uniforms before loi>g.
Defense installations in the 55 \
Capital Region which will determine -
the future of the Boll- Fire Inspectionin "X
in .Anacostia area. ; .. ..,.
The project was made knownby
Barry J. Shillito, Assistant Navy HousingThe :1& : .
Secretary of Defense (Installa-
tions and Logistics), in state-
ments before a Special House Fire Department will be
Committee on Installations.He It consudcting a fire prevention inspection SKC Buenauentiua Dacuba has re-upped for another few
said the plan will deter- MOD MINISTER Chaplain of Public Quarters com-
He receives congratulations from Cecil Field's
mine what DoD's image shouldbe (Capt.) Harold Clark of the 1st mencing Monday, October 1969. years. skip.
in the Capital Region and Combat Training Support Brig Hours of inspection will be from per, Captain F.M. McLinn.Always.
what activities should be relo- ade at Ft. Polk, checks rock and 0930 to 1130 and from 1330 to
cated. .* soul material he tapes for daily 1530 Mondays,Tuesday,Wednes- ;...
"Chaplain Clark Morning i
"Specifically, we will be addressing Show." days and Fridays.
the future of the Boll- r,
ing.Anacostia area, the need for -- -
additional Defense office buildings -
$ and the final removal of
all temporary and functionally SBob's Oak Hill
> t
obsolete facilities in the area,
he said.
The first model of the master Pure Service CenterOpen
plan is expected by March 1970,
with the final model following
six-months later, Shillito said.
'
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
..----------- on call

I II II road service pick up & delivery

,rA ,:, t.,r I American & Cars -trustworthymoney
,, mechanic duty Foreign
on
A :.,,::\.=:,';:,,{=,,{:;..::- I

: _..JtI t. IrMOTORS
103rd & Jammes Road helpWhat
: 771 9156 Jacksonville, FloridaPly

II stands behind the HFC name? More than 91
I II years of experience in solving money problemsthat's -
P-L-E-N-T-Y- more experience than anyone else in the busi
II
Used VW's ness. And one reason why more service people-
ReasonableSTATE I .,- Nylon 100,000 every year-borrow from HFC than from

I INSPECTED : BIG CHIEF any other lending company. Household says: "Never
: CARS HEAVY DUTY borrow money needlessly." But when you need

_---..._ I TIRE CO. GUARANTEED BETTER money help, remember: the most trusted money

163 FALCON .$390 1 I than ANY original equipment fire help is as close as a call to HFC.
1 .24 Month or 24,000 mile
2Dr. Auto trans., 1 Unconditional Guarantee . . . .. . ... ... ....
I R&H. YOUR
1

161 I 2Dr.COMET R&H. ,. stick.. $390 I BANKAMERICARD S 12'5' $2.21 Plus I Need up to shoo?

162 DODGE.$340 I 7.75 x 14 F.E.T. . . . . . . . ..
1 raster charge
I Stick 2Dr. WHITE STRIPES ONLY $2.50 MORE
Dart ,
,
Apply for loan
I your by phone,
1 R&H. WELCOME HERE EASY, EASY TERMS
1 we'll supply loan by mail
your
I 61 FALCON .$190 NNNNNN NNNMMMN/NNNN NNNN/NNNNMN/N /NINNINNNIINNNN//1/
1 60 CHEVROLET $190 I.
i 2Dr. I We finance anyone from Seaman to Admiral HOUSEHOLD FINANCE .

1 59 FORD . .$190 1 ....even Civilians! (
c344E'n4.'I
R&H. .
2Dr. 6 Cyl. I MMH l MII HIHIHMimHHMHII MinHm miMHI IIIIIIIMHIIIIMI lllinHHHIHIHIIIIIIIIIIHIMm IIII.IUHIHM MHMIH4NM I I -- s -- I WE UNDERSELL ALL 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355.9683

1 We Buy-Sell-FinanceI Department Stores Company Stores and Independent Tire Dealers
Cedar Hills Shopping Center
I
6566 Normandy: I 6015 BLANDING BLVD 771.3442 3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190

(Across from the House of Bargains
1I Boulevard : 5444 Normandy Blvd. 786-0721 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541
2809 Mayport Road
246.4825
._ .. ._ Penman Plaza Shopping Center
7814978 Mw-N.N. N W N/NNNNNNNNNMNNMNM/N/ 1MNNNNINN1N 1/11NNNMMNI11 //N/NNNN 1NNINN/
: 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421

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Jax 86 Gets ReadyFor JOWC Scores

Hit With
National Convention

Fashion ShowJax

.. By Mrs. W.C. Anderson :r .

NWCA Jax Jf8J( held its monthly announced. Congratulations Mrs. -- The golden curtain rose
business meeting intheCompton Martin Scully.Numerous on the Jacksonville Officers
Hall Club (House. Oct. 1. exciting announce- Wives Clib Fashion Show to reveal -
The regular order of business ments were made. Every Monday the newest fall fashions.The .
was set aside for the anomin- from !H I to 11 a.m. a bazaar officers' wives from the
tion of national officers and the workshop will be held in the three naval installations injack-
election of an emergency welfare Compton I hall Club House. Mem- sonville modeled clothes from fur
committee. A vote of confidencewas bers will be making articles coats to delicate hand crocheted
given the 10 elected con- that will be sold at Jax #86 mini dresses.
vel ion delegates for selectionof Fall Bazaar on Nov. 20. Mark
Glitterhif1ver trees on stage
national officers at the NWCA your calendar to attend this event.
caught the and the branches -
convention. Oct. 22 at 7M: p.m. in the eye
held over in!) pounds of hair
Compton Hall Club I House the
The curb elected seven members -
and that enhancedthe
pieces wigs :
social education meeting will be
sit emer-
to on a special their fashions.
models and
welfare committee. The held. This meeting will consistof
gency s
Their hair was styled on stage
committee will consist of Mrs. convention reports: and all with a hair piece added hereor
Fran Bush Mrs. Thomas Wof- chairman reports.A perhaps there by the hair
husband and wife Halloween
Mrs.
ford Mrs. William Petty
stylist. (Hair color was changed
Charles Cmith Mrs.John Cross, party will be held on Oct. 25! of
with to.iuit the fancy
8 in the Jax /flaG/ club a wig
Mrs. Leslie Soolman, and Mrs. at p.m. the dress or the occasion. Lots
,
house. This will be a costume tp
John Morton. Congratulations
of big and little curls: wired '
and will be awarded -
prizes
party
dies.A x braids and wild hair combIna-
.
in various categories.Get
new audit co-chairman was
the trend for this
tions are year.
and
your craziest hat out
come to the Crazy Hat Luncheon Scarves, big chains and belts FLIRTY LITTLE RUFFLES -
'r01U S on Oct. 29 at 10 a.m. The RED, WHITE, AND BLUE-- with loads'of personality are the --Bonnie Ford models
luncheon will honor Mrs. Conly Diagonal stripes accented bya I key notes. Bright colors are In this delicately hand crocheted -
TI.re: Oc>>. Ownby and all auto tag workers.A wide belt with plenty of this year, with a stress on the white see through
wift will be presented for the chain is Cherly Lormor's favorite red white and -blue American dress. The blue stripe accents -
craziest hat. outfit. She has toppedher theme. Pant suits will be
the hem and
scalloped
Mrs. Dud Barnes, Jax HaG blonde hair with a saucy The Tiling for get togethers,
that
RECAPS president, announced that the red tam. A smart outfit for while casual wear leans towardfur creates a coquettishflare
Bonnie walks and
club's NWCA banner was ab vests and safari suits. as

ducted at the Western Night day-time wear. -turns.,'" ''".,,, ,,-
Dance. It seems that the Grand
,S Slam Squard Dance Club initiatesany
CALL club that they perform for
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by :snitching:; their banner. The
771 9934 banner must be reprieved by four
. couples attending the Grand
6324 BLANDING BLVD. Slam's monthly dance.
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CANDLES OF OFFICE --- CPU wives club installed new officers for the coming year, during
., 2'''* MILES FftOM ceremonies led by Chaplain Merrill, Saturday evening. Each new officer lit her candle from one
held by die chaplain to signify her acceptance of the responsibilities of the office. Officers

are (I to r), President, Iro Miller, accepted in proxy by Fee Cancer, Vice President, Betty

, Gill, Secretary, Gert Lencheski, Treasurer, Alice King, Parliamentarian, Ginger Home, Chap
I lain, Emma Taylor, Board Advisory Members are, Bert Faircloth (in proxy for Freda Shellhart),

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Weather Golf TourneyJax Stops Eagles Fly Away with American League I IJax


-. VAP 62 went into defense as he nailed down saf FICEUR and Medical met inoneof gue Crown.
-- Due to the recent heavy last Thursday's intramural foot- ety. Mike Sokol put the lone the toughest games of the sea- VAP 62 rolled out a potent
rains the NAS Jax InvitationalGolf ball game with NARTU, still NARTU touchdown across. It was son as the defenses prevailed allowing offensive attack to level Hospital
Tournament scheduled for smarting from the last minute the first loss of the season for only one touchdown, and 36 14 Monday. Larry DeSpain,
Oct. 10, 11, and 12 and the reopening win the NARTU boys pulled offa NARTU. that by FICEUR's Bob Calder. Bob Hille, Harold Freeman,
ceremony scheduled for week earlierand came away The Eagles of VP 16 contin- VP 16 kept a perfect slateas Bobby Cochran and Bob Blau-
this afternoon have been can with a 16.6 pasting of NARTU. ued to burn all opponents in the they dumped a hapless velt all shared touchdown honors
celled. Don Eagle and John Copelandled American League and Thursday MARTD team 20 0. George and Bill French added an extra -
The tournament committee the way as each tallied a they rolled over Weapons 16-0. Kibler, Bill Durham and Bill point and Bob Travis contri-
greatly appreciates the tremen- six pointer and Bobby Cochran Mike Cox and L. M. Sanford did Dukiet scored touchdowns to run buted a safety. Steve Freebyand
dous response given by local added two extra points. Winston the scoring damage and Doug the Eagles record to 9 0 and Del Penn scored for the
golfers and regrets the cancel- Greene led the scoring for the Sibole chipped intwoextra points. assures them the American Lea- losers.
lation. Entry fee will be returned
by mail.


Officials BasketballJax NeededFor The MOST I


--The Athletic Departmenthas
announced a meeting for per
sonnel interested in becoming MORTGAGEMONEY
basketball officials for the com- -
ing season to be held Monday, -for I
Oct. 13 at 11:30 a.m. in the your money
gym. The department will holda
'. .' '' .
clinic prior to the start of OVER 20 MODELS '.
the intramural season explaining One way or another, you'll pay for the home you occupy .so why "
old and new rules of the not get the most for your money. Build yourself a permanent home
BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTYWhen
basketball. on your property. .one that will increase in value.A .

Navy-Miami Tilt building for qualified property owners,
Jim Walter Homes will provide 100% mortgage -
Nears DeadlineTime NEW HOME. financing. But that's not all. To feof/y/
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reservations for the NavyMiamibuffet Today's Investment the rest yourself, as much as you want, and
and social hour sponsoredby save money.
the Naval Academy Alumni
Association in Miami Nov. 7.
This will precede the kickoffof
the Middies-Hurricanes foot-
ball game in the Orange Bowl at
8'p.m.
Cost of the buffet is$8 per per
son which also Includes bus rideto
the game and back to the Du- .
pont Plaza Hotal. Game ticketsare 4;
$6 plus 500 per order' for

postage.All .
USNA graduates, wives and
guests and regular and reserve
officers are invited and should
address reservations to E. C.
"Turk" Powell '27, 11345 S.W. :
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Gator Bowl Ducats to Year's You Pick 'Urn ::1


Top Gridiron Prognosticator .'

by JULM Bill Dennison
The scene? The Gator Bowl. The date? December 27th at But don't worry girls.There'll NAME RANK/TITLE

I high noon. The event? The 25th anniversary Gator Bowl Clas- be distaff an appropriate deducer come award up shoulda with DUTY STATION PHONE NO. _
sic pitting two of the nation's top collegiate elevens against the week's top ballot and if she
each other in one of' post-season's football's prime attrac- should end up the overall season (Team listed first is visitor)
tions. And the season winner of winner a gal is eligible for
the "You Pick 'Urn" contest gals came up with the top ballot the pair of Gator Bowl tickets. HOUSTON (AFL) KANSAS CITY
will be there with a pair of and because Quarterback Club The lineup is interesting for
free tickets for choice seats at meetings are an all-male affair winners of the "You Pick Him" LOS ANGELES, (NFL) SAN FRANCISCO
the nationally-televised contest. they unfortunately didn't qualify. weekly guessing game. It could
He and his wife, fiancee, favor- The same holds true this year. be you. OKLAHOMA *_ TEXAS (AT DALLAS)
ite gal or whoever will be a
part of all the color, action LSU MIAMI
and thrills of the annual classic Point Spread Wins
compliments of Dick Holt{ Jax GEORGIA MISSISSIPPI,

Air But News the publisher.weekly winners aren't Contest for Marine NOTRE DAME ARMYNEW( YORK)
being left out in the cold.
Each of the weekly winners, KANSAS ST. KANSASSTANFORD.
with a qualification I'll explaina In the closest race in two years, their last week's efforts, but
little further down, will be a Marine Corporal Tom F. Edwards Edwards selected Florida over SO. CALIFORNIA
guest of the Jacksonville Quar- assigned to the Marine Florida State :35-14 (a 21 point
terback Club at their meeting on Aviation Detadiment's personnel spread) while Rhoton took the WEST VIRGINIA PENN STATE
:' Monday evening, December 1st office nudged M.L. Rhoton of Gators 17-10 which in actualitywas
at the Jacksonville SheratonMotor Cecil Field in this week's "You closer to the final 21-6 score N.C. STATE_ SOUTH CAROLINA .
Hotel. Pick 'Urn" contest. but further in point spread -- Tie breaker: Predict final score between Oklahoma and Texas
The club has apparently saved Eight men had 9-1 marks for by one point!II! (nationally televised game). Indicate winners In other games by a
their best guest speaker for their A 21-year old resident of Pa- check mark. Ballot boxes are located in Galley One and the Main
last meeting of the '69 season -- latka, Fla., (just 50 miles down Exchange at NAS Jax and Cecil Field. Ballots must be In by noon
Georgia Bulldog head coach Vince the road), Edwards spent a yearIn Friday.
Dooley. The dynamic young Dool- Vietnam with the Marine Sup-
ey, In the brief span of five ply Unit at Danang prior to being -
years has accomplished the fol-
assigned here in May.
lowing no small feats: named
the Southeastern Conference'scoach V When asked about picking UF IT'S TIME FOR ACHANGE
of the year threeof over FSU lie said, "I'm a
five years, post-season bowl Gator fan all the way." He con-
appearances for his squads In tinued, "I had the duty Saturday ,
four of five years and two SEC but listened to it on the radioUFFSU !
championships.Last ( ). In the other games I
year's weekly winners
just took my favorites -- just
were guests at the QuarterbackClub lucky, I "
and thoroughly enjoyed guess. The Boys at Robert's
themselves, thanks to the warm Other 9-1 finishers included:
hospitality of club members.And HM1 DJ. Waltz, NAS Dispensary -, HAVE Changed.
...
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,during the past week Mr. Irby xa PV( aaYAA ; AN Bob Silverman, VAP-
Exley, current "Captain" of the 62; EN2 Albert Carlson, Boat FROM THEIR NEARLY NEW 1969
House AMHC B. W. Bowen
,
Jacksonville Quarterbacks extended ;
CHEVROLETS TO THE BRIGHT NEW,
with enthusiasm the Invitation NAMTD; ATC D. E. Wild
to this season's prime NAMTD; apd AMS3- Mike Davis of BOLD NEW 1970 CHEVROLETS
prognosticators. VA-174.
Now the qualification I men-
tioned earlier. Last seasonthree FADS
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