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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 16, 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. 30 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE/ FLORIDA OCTOBER 16, 1969

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I Navy Hits 61 Per Cent of CFC GoalNavy



Jax's Combined Federal 'over the top' with their of their goal.
Campaign contributions have donations. Included in theseis
The Combined Federal
reached 61 per cent of this year's Jax Naval Air Station. NAS to
goal but this amount is still 10 per this date has exceeded their goal Campaign is receiving! con-
tributions from 50 activities
cent behind the same percentage with 106.5 per cent.
collected this time last year. Destroyer Division 142 heads ranging from ships at Naval ;Ti-
Station Mayport, to Marine ac-
Twenty-six activities have gone the list with 387.6 percent. At last
tivities downtown, to the 679th
count the Navy Food
Radar Squadron here. at. NAS. A'r
Team is -
Management Mayport, .
still in command of second place Jax.All
with 318.1 per cent and the USS activities are urged.to give
Forrest Royal personnel have whole-hearted support to this
come through with 284.2 per cent once-a-year drive.




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x JaxThe air station's first and However, they are still trying to SERVICEMAN. NAS Commanding

second class petty officers are open the end of the club that Officer, Capt. H.O. Cutler presents the Serviceman of
temporarily without a club aftera escaped damage. If they succeed
side of business usual this the Month Plaque to Marine Barracks Sergeant Em-
fire gutted one BIdg. 601, will' goon as
the Acey Deucy Club. weekend.The mett L. Lewis.Monthly.
According to club
represen-
started
fire'
tatives the fire started in the reportedly
about 6 a.m. from an electrical ServicemanNod
central store room. They
short.
estimated that damage would
range around the $20,000 mark In addition to the damage
and possibly J more. caused to the building itself, a' Goes to Marine

Still without ,electricity.dub considerable. amount of food, ._
,officials are having ,a difficult liquor, cigarettes.and other club
617." When a fellow serviceman, a ,enlisted men alike' and is con-
time with r.. ',their,_ inventory supplies, ... were.,lost.Tes'Controls .. sailor, lay injured and, bleeding, sidered by his CommandingOfficer
.,'"....",_.'.: :i. '',I) September' Serviceman: ,of ,the ,Major B, A. Green, to bea .
; ChahgeFebruary r Month, Marine Cpl. Emmett L.. definite asset t to his country'the ,

Lewis, came to his assistance, Corps and community.
1970 will mark the crement month instead of 'the- applying pressure bandages and Sergeant Lewis performs all
beginning of a new, more strictly 16th. Thus promotion increments giving mouth to mouth his duties with considerable pride
regulated policy in the Navy off the February exams will go resuscitation, an action that and excellence and will rein as
advancement system. into effect May 1, June 1, July 1, probably saved the man's life. Serviceman of the Month
The P03 exam schedule, only Aug. 1, Sept. 1, and Oct 1. For this humanitarian deed throughout. October. Duringthis
recently revised to four times a To the Lewis was awarded a time, he, his wife Bobby Jo
help policy changeovergo
Ei' year, will once again be ad- into meritorious mast by this command and his 5 year old son Jonathanwill
smoothly operation,
ministered semiannually.Waivers officers last July and now NAS has spend a Saturday as the
commanding are
of time in grade will be authorized to waive minimal honored him for further guests of the City of, St.
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phased out: none will be allowedon achievement. Augustine.
that other
time
the February exams for those wise periods might from Lewis, 'a sergeant now has Other men whose commands
going from E-4 to E-5. Sixmonth prevent for examination a man been in the Corps for nearly four thought so highly of them that
waivers for those going from E-3 qualifying. or years, serving one year as a they were nominated for the
to E-4 will be continued through promotion.The squad leader in Vietnam and is title were; GMT1 Francis Elton,
February, but there is a strong over-all result of the presently assigned to the senior Becker,ADJ1 Gary L. Cos, ADJ3
possibility that the policy will be change-over of promotion, rules post in the Advanced Underseas John P. Masucci, SN Stephen
dropped for the August exams. will not become evident until the Weapons area. He is held in the Charles Howard, and AKAN
TO HELP Future promotions will become effects of the early-out cutbacksare highest regard by his officers and Robert James Dunbar.
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KISS AND A SMILE -- Actress Dawn Wells, better

known as Mary Ann of GII gan's Island, visited the

patients at the Naval Hospital last week. Miss Wells

spent a little time talking with each man, giving them

her encouragement for their speedy recovery. The ,:
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EDITORIAL, \ '
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Project TransitionSome

ROMAN CATHOLIC


men are born Into wealthy families and never SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.

really have to worry about earning a, living. Most men, --r'2: DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
Confessions will be
however, have to work hard to make ends meet and get held on
Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 a.m. instead
ahead, In the, very competitive industrial world. To attain of Saturday.

even these goals, most can use whatever help they

can get or that's offered. U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL

Project Transition. is the Department of Defense's St. Luke's Chapel

'helping hand' to a man who can use more education and

wants to'learn a trade.: It I is designed to give him, while SUNDAY MASS 8:00: am.

serving his country, some of the assistance he may |Just PROTESTANT WORSHIP
y SERVICES, 10:00a.m.PROTESTANT: .
need to move ahead to success. M I

While In the U.S. Armed Forces, most men become FIRST TICKETS -- Mrs. Mona Miller of the

more mature and, consequently, become better Jacksonville Officers Wives Club presents the first'

prepared to work toward the bigger and better things in tickets for the JOWC fall charity 'Western Night'RAdm. to All Saint's Chapel

life. R.J. Stroh. Tickets go on sale today. The Nov. 22 SUNDAY

Higher education through on and off-duty courses at event is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Officers Club. Church Schools &::00 a.m.
Junior Church 10:00: a.m.
high schools, availability of college instruction, and
Divine Worship.Secvice: 10 a..m,-
new skilis- technical professions are also available PENTAGON CT/OtJ' LINEThe Bldg.N o.750Episcopal

through Project Transition. Communion 8:30: a.m.

This unique program is open to all enlisted men, in Small Chapel Bldg. No. 750

cluding those who are retiring after 20 years of service. Department of Defense receives many letter '., Junior No.Youth 722. Fellowship. 5 p.m.

The Department of Defense project has made from military men and women seeking'answers to questions ::'' Bldg.

strides since its in 1968. It clarification of issues and additional information.
significant inception January Pentagon ACTION Line will print as many of these TUESDAY

has: helped thousands of young men to prepare them- questions and answers, which are of broad interest to Senior'choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.

selves for better futures, in civilian careers. It continues the military, as space permits. Letters must be signed. Bldg. No.'750.

ready to help thousands more., If you are one of those Flag As A Shoulder Patch the beginning of the space pro-

who will I have to get through life as best you can, why not Dear Sir: gram.. THURSDAY
and to and with this volunteer I remember as a kid walking If you are interested i in pro- Christian Science Service p.m.
begin now help yourself posing that changes be made in
and
around my home 'town seeing Bldg.No.750
program. It was established especially to give YOU that an American flag flying on the Service regulations and the
helping hand. almost every block, and it flag code to permit use of the
SUNDAY
flag as part of the uniform,
would not have to be the 4th of
July' to see one waving from submit your ideas through your Evening Worships p.m. Bldg. No.
The CollectorBy someone's front porch. I just Base Incentive Awards Sugges- 750.
returned from leave and it disgusted tion Program.
Your pride in our country'sflag TUESDAY
me to see'just two flags
and in, service to the
in town one on the
flying
Captain J. H. Cornt5, CHC post office and the other on the United States is sincerely com- Pentecostal,Fellowhhip 7 p.m.

John Doe was a collector,not an ordinary collector of stamps, match Courthouse. mendable. Bldg.No.722

book covers or sea shells. He was a collector of excuses. He had some Maybe I am just a flag
real beauts in his collection, especially those filed under the heading, waver, but it really bugs me to Yes, We Print Letters
'Why I don't go to church.' Some of his choice ones were: 'I believe in read about the hippies and Dear Sir:
Freedom of worship.'Of course he never stopped to ask, 'What good is members of our unwashed society In reading my base news
the freedom of worship to the man who never worships?' Or: 'Thereare that spit on our flag, burn paper, I occasionally look at TrafficVIolatIons
it or replace it on a flagpole
Questions and Answers
too hypocrites in churchJohn,never,bothered to consider your
many with one of the Viet Cong's. column. I be-
that if the stands between him and God then the is say occasionally
hypocrite hypocrite While all of this is going on, cause all of the information
closer to God than he is. Or: 'My parents made me go when I was a Mr.,Average Citizen apparently about Veterans benefits, GI
child and I decided when I became a man I'd stop..' His parents made could car 'less:,About displayingour Insurance etc., that it usually '-' -
him do a lot of things that were good for him. They made him eat three flag (and I what it stands contains is in pamphlets, post

meals a day, but John is still first in the chow line. for) or shows little concern ers or special notices on the The following is a report of
for those that defile.lt.I .
John went to bed I late on Saturday night and dreamed a strange the bulletin board that I've seen motor vehicle accidents and
the Gabriel with foot in heaven and am an airman and I am an dozens of times before.
dream.He saw angel standing one traffic violations for the period
American and I proud of While
earth. He him lift his horn to his and blow blast that am I'm not a newspaperman
one on saw lips a both. Why can't we in the military I've been around long Sept. 30 through Oct. 6.
was both hot and cool. The sound pierced the parapets of heaven
have a shoulder patch of enough to know that, any pub- Number of Accidents
echoed through the mountains and valleys of earth and rang throughthe the American flag as part of lication such as yours must get This week 10
depths of hell. John knew this was it, that great getting up mor- our uniforms? I don't just mean all kinds.of letters from readers. Total accidents this year
ning. He hastily grabbed his bag of excuses for he figured he would we in the Air Force, but in the I also suspect that some of through Oct.6 428

need them. Suddenly he felt himself rising up, up, up through the Army, Navy,' Marines, and the these letters are not exactly Number of accidents through
reaches of space until he came to rest before a great white throne. His Coast Guard. With millions of flattering. What do you,do with Oct.68 22
eyes were blinded by the brightness of the one who sat on the throne. A us servicemen walking around these letters throw them
with the flag (not a chip) on out? Total number of days since last
voice like the sound of waters came from the throne. 'Bring out
many shoulder perhaps of in
our vehicle
some Now maybe I'm injury a motor. accident -
but I
wrong
the books on John Doe.' An angel brought the books and opened them. the "kooks" will get the message think you are missing bet 131
a by
One book was dirty and smudged.The other was empty. not starting a regular letters Number of Violations
The voice asked, 'Do you have anything to say in your defense?' If we can put the American to the editor column, like in This week 43

John shakily replied, 'yeah,yeah,'as he reached into his bag. Boy, flag on the space suits of astro- other newspapers. By having a Speeding 7
he was glad he brought it with him. He drew out his hand and it was nauts landing on the moon column where Service peoplecan 2
empty. Frantically he turned his bag upside down and shook it (which is uninhabited) we need air their gripes, you would Reckless Driving 7
vigorously. Nothing came out The bag was empty. Terror struck the something like this on earth 'really be providing a valuable going through stop sign '
which especially right here service. And Other violations **
soul of John as he realized he stood before the Almighty God without in like personally I would
the United
States. t0i. see you publish some of Twenty drivers appeared
excuses. Before I ,submit this to the letters you receive in Board
my your before the Traffic Hearing
Again the voice spoke, 'Take this unprofitable servant and cast him daily mail
commander solid just to
as a suggestion see what is the
of cases
into the outer darkness.' John felt himself falling... falling.. falling... is there any reason why on the minds of other military on Oct. 9. Disposition lost
down.. down..down. Suddenly he awakened on the floor by his rack.A the United States flag can't be people.I included the following: 11
nameless terror filled his,heart. He said aloud, 'Thank God, it was worn as a shoulder patch? know that this letter will driving and parking privileges
only a dream.'But John went to church that Sunday Sincerely, probably follow the many oth- aboard station for various
BILLY G. STEWART, ers you receive along this line- periods; 8 were assigned to
CMSgt, USAF i ino>> the waste basket. Just complete an eight-hour course in

Dear Sergeant Stewart: wanted to get it off my chest. remedial driving; 5 received
Name
Your letter concerning use of withheld on request. suspensions; 2 were given

= the-U.S. Flag as part of the Ser- Answer: We ,won't "See warnings; 3 were dismissed; 10
,
vice uniform is a real winner! we do print some of say those were fined (U.S Commissioner);
: unflattering -
However neither the Servicesnor letters; here's yours." and 4 referred to commanding

The JAX AIR NEWS 'is a Civilian enterprise! Newspaper distributed orize the such current use of flag our code flag.auth-The the What Idea we and will say excellent is thanks for officers for possible disciplinary assessed

each Thursday at the UN 01101 Air Station, jacksonville Army's Institute of Heraldry tion. sugges-, action 10 drivers were

Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a private has, informed us that the flag We thought 26 traffic points.
we
firm. All Copy submitted for use in the J AX AIM NEWS must should not be worn on the uni- ing a well-received were serdce provid-
form unless it is absolutely in
he forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, flax 2, NAN Jacksonville necessary to identify the weareras Q's printing general information THOMAS JEFFERSON
and A's
by '12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News an American.In of interest to most
items arc welcomed from all sources Telephone 772 111R'or World War II certain U.S. personnel.If Maybe we've been "We hold these truths to be
I wrong. so, we'd like to self-evident-that' all men
11 ). fliers and invasion forces from hear
J'I wore more of
the flag on an armband (see which our readers as to are created equal;,that they
way they
cut) to identify themselves would prefer are endowed by their Cre-
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries to the column.
foreigners. Certain aircraft In ator with certain unalien-
concerning such should he directed to any event, we are
:
making among
such
as these assigned to mili- a change effective able rights; that
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY tary airlift command air attaches !of American Forces with this issue these are life, liberty, and
San today are authorized to Service. i Press the of happiness.
4747 Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 From now on pursuit
Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 fication.display the U.S. flag for identi provoking publishing the most taught! The Declaration ot Independence -

NASA informs us that We'll questions we receive.
our ,
even
print
VOL. 27 NO. 30 OCTOBER 16, 1969 astronauts Your justifiable
have
worn the flagon grIpes. All letters XJ.S Ponds,
even those Buy Saving?
space suits and on splash we do not have
down coveralls space to print Freedom Sharedt :
recovery since will be answered. new,
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: Honors New 6-Cent Eisenhower Stamp Cecil Movie Schedules I

WASHINGTON (AFPS) ,--
'A six-cent commemorative post. 16 THURSDAYTHE Drama) Nat Young, Bob Mc-
age stamp honoring the late WILD BUNCHE (Color Tavish
Dwight D. Eisenhower will be
issued Oct. 14 at Abilene '!,an. western) William Holden, Ernest
Postmaster General j Winton Borgnine, Robert Ryan. 22 WEDNESDAYSONS
M. Blount. in issuing the nev OF KATIE ELDER (Color
stamp, said, "General, Eisenhower 17 FRIDAY Western Comedy) John Wayne,
We.I was one of the truly great THE BLUE MAX (Color Drama: ) Dean
Americans of our time and of
all time. His life was proof George Peppard, Ursula An-
that the fundamental power of dress, James Mason. Martin.GUY .
the American people lies not
only in their potential for greatness 18 SATURDAYTHE
but in their capacity for BIG GUNDOWN (Color
goodness. It is appropriate that
Western) Lee Van Cleef, Tomas
we should honor his memory in
this way." Milian BALLOU
The.!stamp bears a portrait of
the late General 19 SUNDAY
of the .Army .
USN, Ret.IMSURANCE
and former President of the BAREFOOT IN THE PARK
United States. (Color Comedy Drama) Jane andINVESTMENTS

Fonda, Robert Redford, Charles
From Reader's Digest Boyer.
During the study of mass
media in an eighth-grade class, 20 MONDAY
we were discussing advertising. THE Financial Estate Planning
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Many successful
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Capt. L. K. Simon Jr., sniping tape at doorway to the the past were mentioned, and GENUINE ORIGINAL FAMILY Insurance Programs

newly decorated Thrift Shop.. Capt. J. ..Wynn. llUao.d t we, agreed that.there,were just BAND (Color musical': ) ,Walter A'SSOCJATED'MTH Mutual Funds "
others wait outside to get a look at the place Mrs. E, G. as many enticing ads today. Brenman, Budy Ebsen, John JOHN B. STOUDEMIRE
I passed out slips of paper, Davidson.
Mutton welcomes them all. instructing each student to THOUSAND FLETCHER RIVERSIDE BUILDINGONE AVE.
write down the first intriguing 21 TUESDAY PHONE 355-3487
phrase that came'to mind which EVENINGS 264.6335
I Thrift Shop RedoneThe had actually lured him to spendhis THE FANTASTIC PLASTIC
money on something. I an. MACHINE (Color Surfing
ticipated slogans promising icy
Officers' Wives Club at Club, it depends on donations colas, gleaming teeth, swinging
NAS Cecil Field reopened their from station personnel and cameras As the slips were 1 lW
Thrift Shop in Bldg. 130 on dependents to keep it suppliedwith handed back to me, I picked up
Friday, 10 October 1969. salable items. Clothing, the first one to discuss." It read:
Mrs. E. G. Hutton, chairmanfor furniture, and other household "For Adults Only.Blanche Cronk.
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this Wives Club sponsored goods are among the items offered (Saratoga. Calif.)
project, said that the ladies paid for sale at low prices.
I5T=d
for and accomplished the pain. The Shop is opened every
PROFESSIONALFROM
ting and redecorating of the Shop Friday from 1000 until 1400 in the PHONE THIS
WESTAMERICAD.J.
themselves. afternoon.

Executive Officer of Cecil '"( Today's F4 Phantom II weighs (Pete) EVERS District Mgr.
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Field, Captain L. K. Simon, Jr., i l.i': f;': and costs more than an entire GULF LIFE CENTER MALL
cut the ribbon at the doorway of ;> L; squadron of propellor-driven JACKSONVILLE 396-7703-HOME FLORIDA 32207 I t t '
the Thrift Shop before the small F f\&.s kr fighters cost during World WarII OFFICE 264-680
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displayed goods. One of this firstto Operations, Admiral Moorer. funds offered might be suitable
enter was Captain J. H.Wynn, 1t t .' ys ystiF More important is the fact that for your financial plans.APPRECIATION .
III who was wearing his newly .;, ... the F4 of today can fly faster /e.--.. i
donned 'Silver Eagles.' Capt. tf" '," al=,1 straight up then Admiral
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Wynn is currently CO of Attack 1"1'' .! Moorer's F4 of the- 1930's could fly 44

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s Full Scale Area Wage Survey



Precedes Coordinated Pay HereEditor's


w. I .9 ry By Mrs. Mary H. SelDy

W-16 The second step is the initial -
r ( Note: This is the WG-14.WG-15 .. . . W-15 application of the CFWS job
second of a series of articles WG-13. . . W-14 grading system, which includesall
infor-
L! being published to provide Coordinated WG-12. . . W-13 available Civil Service Com-
mation on the new WG-11 . -;. ,W-12 mission jobs grading standards to
) ,
Federal Wage System. WG-10 . .':. W-11 the jobs that have been mechan-
Conversion Table WG-9. . . ." W-1U ically converted. This brings the
LmHOSPITAL Jax -- The Coordinated Fed- WG-8. . ,. w-8w-9 jobs into proper alinement with
W7WG6 the grading framework of the
eral Wage System (CFWS) is being W-6
placed into effect on anarea- new system. The second step
by-area basis as new wage WG-5..W-5: is to be accomplished as soon as
4r-4 after the mechanical
schedules based on full-scale WG-4 possible
surveys under the new system] are WG-3." .. ... .. W-3: conversion date, but,no later,,than
established.The WG2. . W2WG1. one year after.
target date for the Jack- W-1 The third phase involves the
sonville area to convert to thenew initial application of any new
HELP Capt. C.W. Lewis Jr., CO Naval system is March 1970. Supervisors and Leaders, commission 'job grading stand-
Conversion to the CFWS will ards issued during the remainder
Hospital', has presented 20 year service pins,and lettersof be accomplished by a three-step Regular supervisory employees of the total conversion.The .
appreciation to three Hospital employees. Receivingthe plan. will be paid from a separatepay total conversion period is
awards from left are Mrs. Hazel Miller, Patient The first step Involves me- schedule having 19 grades. the period beginning with the
Affairs; Mra. Elinor G. Cashwell, Laboratory Services; chanical conversion. This is the Regular leader employees will effective date of the Initial application -
where a grade conver- also be paid from, a separatepay of the CFWS In an
process
and Mrs. Thelma W., McGowen, Housekeeping, Staff. sion table will be used to con- schedule having 15 grades.Due area and ending Oct. 1, 1971.
vert our existing Navy gradingand to the length and detailof Conversion action for Navy
pay structures and em the tables for supervisoryand employees means the change of
Job Standards ChangeJax ployees to the pay structure of leader jobs, it is not shownin an employee from the Navy's
the coordinated system. This Is this article. Jax Air News pay system and grading struc-
-- The Civil Service standards for Aerospace done in each wage area on the will try to run the other tablesin ture to the ,regular pay sched-
Commission has issued new Engineers G S-8 6 1-0 ; date that the first CFWS wage later issues. However, they ules and grading structure of the
position classification standardsfor Engineering Technicians, GS- schedule is placed into effect. are currently available at the Coordinated Federal Wage Sys-
eight occupations.Of 802-0; and Communications No employee is to suffer a Civilian Personnel Department.The tem, ,Including the above steps.
local interest are new, Specialist, GS3930. reduction in pay as a direct result -
Dominic Worsowicz, wage and of a conversion action under Use of'Official
classification superintendent for the Coordinated Federal Wage Envelopes

FURNITURE WAREHOUSE the station said all System.
positions
The conversion table is shown I
Direct from factory to you serviced by his office will be
below
Compare:,Quality reviewed under the new,criteria : By Job Seekers ProhibitedThere
\ Price within the next 90 days.
Cash & Carry Standards for the positions are The non-supervisory grading
Comer Roosevelt.& St.,Johns
available' for review! by in- structure is in the left column submission of business whether not the
I Can,you afford not to compw_*?_ an application or
terested.employees in the ,Wage and headed by,,"'WG'" while the in a competitive applicant is federal employee,
I ,and Classification Office. avys', present pay.levels are examination by an'.1 individual is according to U. S. Civil Serive
headed by''.W''and' ,appea'r'at' considered to ,be a personal Commission.
he right. : >L '
matter not official government Such mail is subject to
&ON T MISS OUR
payment of postage by 'the applicant
roo and_,use:of postage and
rloeoProw fees paid official envelopes for
'still personal matters is a violation of
are a few airlineswe
postal regulations, it was pointedout.

OkI1'11 can't help you with... Commission. offices receive

many applications each year in
competitive examinations and a
-s substantial number of them are
JttffllWLFREE 4 from federal employees. Becauseof

the widespread use of

postage paid envelopes for
mailing applications, it is

FACIAL WITH EACH MEN'S HAIR STYLE believed that many employees do
; not realize that they are using
FREE CARTON OF RC COLA WITH EACH RAZOR w'A"r! official envelopes improperly and
; many consider that an ap

FREE BOTTLE RC COLA-WITH{ EACH HAIR CUT plication business. constitutes official

25% OFFON ALL CUSTOM MADE HAIR PIECES Many of these applications

contain bulky attachments

A requiring the use of large en
a velopes and many are sent by air
"' mail or air mail'special delivery.
BANKAMERICARO,
Agencies are being urged to
,
r.h; Styles'' ':" ?llf rlllllJ III bring this to the attention of

",7 .byrwFRANCES" ,1,. _: \ ., federal employees not only in
'o.w fairness to the majority of applicants
w,: STRICKLAND. who pay their own
) M t
and pottage but,also,for the protec
I ANNETTE v v* tion of the agent
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COLEMAN ,'ntPARK Other Major rcdit: (
Cards Accepted rOM'STire: :

AIRLINES

'. TRAFFIC : 00.
o-> a OFFICE

4 (JAMTO) RECAPSCALL

STREET HAS JAX: Bldg. 13 @ Main Gate Ext. 3553 or 387-181..
HOURS: 0745. 1700 Monday thru Friday
HAS CECIL: Finance Office Phone
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Men's Hair Styling 0800-1500 EVERY Friday 771-2311 Ext. 8I22

Vl-OftT: Finance Office Bldg.
TIM PARK STREET ( V Block, Welt of King Street) 0900-15O EVERY T..... Wed'T-24.and Phone Thttr. 25427 :
771 "34
.' .P.!. 317-3621 OPEN :S:30' AM 'tM 6PM

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Annunity



Increase :4:; $ I



PossibleJax ,
4 a
.- The Civil Service
,. k
Commission has advised the a x'nFxear
Navy Department that there is a
possibility of an annuity increase
S ;
that will become effective Nov. 1. _
The increase would go to em-
ployees who retired before the 4 : !_

effective date.Those contemplating. : 4I iiI- S

retirement who wish to take s
advantage of such an increase I r
must have their retirement effective -
on or before Oct. 31. STEPS UP .- Paul L. Brownlee, computer specialist, STEP OUT- Five NARF men received plaques
In pending disability receives promotion papers and congratulations from upon their retirement. They are (L to, R) Vane C.

retirement cases, applicantsmust Cdr. R.L. Williams upon his promotion to GS-12. Hendricks, Montgomery W.. Huttselj Jr., Leo E. Nobles,
request that they be placedon Brownlee-s promotion became effective on receipt of the Homer L. Gorntu, and Melvin M/ Carroll Cdr. L. I. Wood
leave without pay from Nov. 1
in order that they may qualify for papers. made the presentations..


disability sequently the annuity disallowed retirement increase., sick is If sub the or Merit Jobs Open for Civilian ApplicantsJax

annual leave with pay may be .

substituted retroactively for the Merit promotion op MPB NO. 79-69 Electronics GS-5, 97-69 Accounting Data Communications Equip-
leave without pay. portunities currently open for Mechanic,80-69 A-c C Electronics Technician GS-4, 101-69 ment Operator GS-4, 137-69
If the claim is subsequently receipt of applications are listed Worker, 81-69 Accounts Main A-C Metalsmlth, 102.69 Management Technician GS-5,
allowed, the annuity begins on below. tenance Clerk GS-4, 82-69 Planner Automotive Mechanic (Body & 139-69 Teletypist GS-5, 140-69
Nov. 1; and accumulated annual Applications for the positions & Estimator (Public Works Fender), 103-69 ClerkDictating Mechanical Engineering
leave is still payable in a lump shown in the following group will Structures),83-69: A-C Instrument Machine Transcriber GS-4,104-69 Technician Ground Support 7, 8
sum.Sick leave will be forfeited be accepted from career or Mechanic, 84-69 A-C Instrument Supervisory Supply TechnicianGS8 and 9, 142-69 Instrument
Therefore,applicants will intially career-conditional employees of Worker,85-69 A-C Electrician,86- 105-69 Secretary (Steno) Mechanic (General), 143-69
be given the choice between the air station, Rework Facility, 69 Clerk (Stenographer) GS-3 and GS-5, 107-69 Card Punch OperatorGS2 Aircraft Painting Worker and
forfeiting eligiblity for the Nov. 1 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, 4, 87-69 Clerk (Typist) GS-2, 3 and 3, 108-69 Production 145-69 Electrician.
increase. Fleet Air Jacksonville, Fleet and 4,88-69 Electronics MechanicAC Controller GS- 111-69 Planner& Applications for the following
Those employees whose Aviation Electronics TrainingUnit ( Systems), 89-69 Electronics Estimator (SheetmetalWorker), jbbs will be accepted from the
disability retirement has been Atlantic Det. Jax, Naval Mechanic (Maintenance), 90-69 112-69 Electric Accounting same group of employees as
approved and who will be carriedon Hospital, Commissary Stores, Machinist, 91-69 A-C Electrical Machine Operator GS-3, 114-69 above. However, the first cut-off
sick leave beyond Nov. 1 also Navy Recruiting Station, Navy Worker, 92-69 Planner & Pipecoverer & Insulator, 115-69 date for establishing the registers
have the option of waiving their Finance, Disease Vector Control Estimator '(Public Works Plasterer, 117-69 Sheetmetal follows. the position.
sick leave and attaining eligiblityfor Center, and Fleet Weather. Electrical Systems) and 93-69 Worker, 118-69 ,Refrigeration & MPB 146-69 Supervisory Supply ,
the cost of living increases. Facility at any time. Industrial Tractor Operator Air Conditioning Mechanic, 119- A Clerk GS-4 ((10-20-69): ), 147-69,
Employees who may be affected Also; 94-69 Apprentice (First 69 Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, Military; Personnel Clerk
by this possible, increase Employees Eirii Year), 96-69 Statistical Assistant 121-69 Boiler Tender, 112-69 (Typing) GS-5 ((10-20-69)), 149-69'
may obtain additional in- Plumber and 124-69 Assistant Supervisory Military Personnel
formation be contacting the Meat Cutter. Clerk (Typing) GS-5 ((10-21-69)),
Civilian Personnel Department. Awards Pins ChecksNARF Also, 125-69 Laborer Cleaner, 152-69 Aircraft Engine Mechanic
Naval Air Rework Facility 126-69 Mess Attendant, 128-69 ((10-23-69)). 153.69 Airframes
employees call Ext. 2407, Em- Secretary (Steno) GS-4, 129-69 Mechanic ((10-22-69)) and 154-69
ployees of the air station and Supply, Data ment. Twenty-year pins were Aircraft Instrument Mechanic' Computer Operator (10-27-69)( ).
to Otis Thomas L.
and Public Works presented Roy
Processing
,
other activities should call Ext. (Electronic), 130-69 Automotive
and Application Forms 171 for these
Department civilians continue to Hamel, William W. Williams
2952. receive advancements, awards, Henry J. Szatko. Equipment Serviceman, 131-69 positions should be filed with
Clerk GS-301, 2 and 3, 132-69
Civilian Personnel
Department,
CLIPPER SEACRAFT pins and beneficial suggestion Paul L. Brownlee was
Computor Operator GS-5, 133-69 Box 22 NAS Jax.
GATO .ROCKET checks. promoted to GS-12 by Cdr. R. L. ,
Stockman, 135-69 Supervisory
Williams, during ceremonies In. Further information is
r- -j MERCURY NARFBeneficial the commander-s office General Engineer GS-12, 136-69 available from bulletins.

...,w--1 OUTBOARDSi Public Works

MERCRUISER suggestion checks I ........ t
Public Works -"
,STERNDRIVES were presented to J. K. Jones.B. Department
!: C. Difranza, E., L. Westerwelle.Twenty employees, Garland D. Presson' '
EXPERT ar pins were presentedto and Virgil H. Smith, received "
REPAIR James D. Bennett, Marvin M., checks for their beneficial 5O'oon.
Ji SHOP Brown, Robert E. Brock, Joe suggestions.
Sharpe, Ernest W. Black, Roscoe' James D. Harrison'received a
264 9835 C. Fulford, Hans P. Wittmann, sustained superior performance
William R. Beazley Jr., and award while Mitchell B. Aldrich
Grover.,S., Hefferline received a 20-year pin.,Floyd W. Sheraton
INLET MARINE Supply Linder was presented the.
Department of the Navy Cer-
Silos ft Service William B. Smith Jr., and,Olin tificate of Competency for Pest
O. Kidd Jr. received quality step S
Park Control Equipment. weehends.Stay
Hwy. 17 Orange on
!increases .in the'Supply. Depart .


t&I"E at any Sheraton Hotel" or Motor Inn

arJ2L STEAKHOUSE in the Continental U.S.* at Va the regular ,.
rate on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
:80)( BLANOING BLVD;at' CEDAR RIVER nights. .
II fAT CAAI'" OPEN 7/1/ 1I P.M. You don't,have to be in uniform.All you .
need is your ID.
Luncheon Specials Served Only Next time you get weekend pass, 'r' .... .

Jealnrinjt unwind in style at Sheraton. .

Bring .. *Reservations are accepted on a .'
you
.SIRLOIN t4RO INOderale rice) ; r "Standby Basis"only and are subject; .
TAtlJJ' Best BaUd Potato in to space availability at time of check-ip." .
STEAK T | VM Tow Offer does not apply to the St. Regis-
I e Blue Cheese
Try our
Sheraton in New York City. M
Dreulng
r Baked Potato Fast Service
& Rolls All beef U USDA and is @
103rd & Blanding Center
7717970PHONE Steaks are not frozen therefore they will retain Sheraton-Jacksonville ,.:.
of their natural flavor.
AHEAD more
GULF LIFE CENTER .
FOR FASTER SERVICE SHERATON HOTELS AND MOTOR INNS. A WORLDWIDE,SERVICE OF HZ




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'r',war Tech'Nds Journal Articles r N A TTC; ..itt.nlle Scares I


n By SN Pot WIIIJamsAviation ///
1
The editor of the Naval Air' tkr h Y a
has and
Ordnance School daughter, a daughter
j ; Technical Journal is seeking officers aboard. One, Debra, at home. He and his wife
articles for publication in the two new the Edna live in '
E.Busby,will be Jacksonville.
Charles
March 1970 Issue. If you have an Cdr
School
of ordnance AE has
\ article, submit it through your new superintendent Lt. Joel W. Timmons one new officer
a #" officer training. the new
: commanding to reach the
from officer and
reported phase division
r..R f>{ journal editor, no later than,Nov. Cdr. Busby just officer
Naval Air Facility Naval Base, for AE Phase VI. Lt. Timmonswas
17.Articles where he was here two years ago.
should be double Okinawa
V
aifJwe He began his Between his tours
officer. here
executive at
spaced, no more than eight jkA
in 1942. NATTC he
was avionics
Navy career
duty officer
active
with an indication as to
pages
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_. t'4.'i E? 1949-50 while on inactive, with VA-75 out of Norfolk Lt
whether In
? the information is of con e ____ ,
fidential or unclassified nature. A ( i J Q 9 duty he was auditor in the Florida Timmons came up through the
r t brief background of the author is state controllers office. Cdr. enlisted ranks also, and was
t J- welcomed. Illustrations and jnpiDl Busby and his wife have a son, commissioned Ltjg. in December

T '. lack'and white glossy pictures Tom, and a daughter, Kit. 1962.He
, ) that have caption information Next is LCdr. Irvin E, Lovett, and his wife have one son.

':. > also desired. at'bP ___ the new AO training officer.
\ S, For further information see l? LCdr. Lovett was special ReenlistmentFour

.., NAVAIR Notice 5602 of Sept. 23, weapons officer at Cecil Field
r 1969 or call the editor, Autovon before reporting here. He came
number 22, extension 64750. through the ranks as an more years is just fine for
r up
.
(' t' FUNDS FOR CAAAILLE VICTIMS Lt. E. J. Blan- enlisted man, attending both 'A': A01 Danny D., Koch who, just
reenlisted for that
: : REMINDERThe chard, representing the French Club of Biloxi, accepts a Jax.and 'B'He Schools was commissioned here at NATTC LDO Petty Officer Koch many., an in-

$100 donation from Cdr. R. H. Schulze of VP16. structor ,at the AO
,
n Advertiser is the'one skipper Ltjg. in 1961, and started his first gun phase,
I that supports the paper so The squadron raised the funds in, benefit'' Softball game duties as an officer at Cecil Field. took: the oath for his second
let's! the adver- with radio : has son, enlistment on Oct. 7.
I support station WAPE to help victims of Hurricane LCdr! Lovett one
: tiser. ,' "' married He has been aboard NATTC
Camille!: Harold,in the Army, one
r' c ,." since reporting from VA-76 in
I' I Lemoore, Calif. 10 months ago.
\ Koch_has_been in for seven years
andt received his ordnance
( training on the job.

He, is married and has one


f H1 daughter., Fair Time,

The Greater Jacksonville Fair
began yesterday and will run
through,Oct,, 25 at the Coliseum
I and :Gator Bowl. One of the
exhibits there that should interest

Navy personnel is the NATTC
booth.
The booth has pix from

NATTC, slides, movies, music
: proudly
presents. .. and a display of rockets, plus an
electric spark that walks up a

{ Great -sound-RCA Stereo ladder.But/nuff said' you'll have to go

:, : Systems r .. ', ';arid""iee. forv_yourself this interesting
\ :. .V ". 'arrangement.
,I ., ,
;1 :..", Flyaway
; I 'I ,
.J t''I .' Perhaps you are the kind who
"
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: would like to do your own flying.
't TDAN Bill Hadley will be giving
ground ,school instruction ((im-
: = portant in the written exam for a
V private pilot's license) if he can
( -- get enough interested persons to
sign up. So if you are interested,

j -: H. you 3223.can reach' Hadley at Ext.


Crafted -- -
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.,.V',','.1The; $5000 SERIES: Stereo Module System Model'SS5000 servicemen who will be unable to
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celebrate the Christmas season
: .; with their friends and families

Here's luxury stereo sound from RCA's this year, call or visit the NAS
finest Stereo Module System. Computer Public Affairs Office and find out

Crafted FM' -AM.FM' Stereo radio, 4 ,speakers,..'); E how you can send a recorded
+' ; 100 ,watts peak power, Mark, I Studiomatic'.,, :' \ holiday message to your home
.. town.
turntable. Come. irr*-listening believing.. '
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: "' ',', prIcsstart at ; 'f't and disseminate taped Christmas
? lJA greetings for airing over NBA's

('t j .'.'4... .. ..... I : Monitor program.
$ TOO95m ,
t <: .1, ."' If you are interested in sending
I
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message home for the holidays
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} V ext. 2370 or 2379. The deadlinefor
:: all recordings from this,
V station is 4:30: p.m. Nov. 14.

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By Lt.D.A.Wodand

Jax With all the ceremonyand who said, 'That was some cat!' completed. VF-62, as it was Farewell.
dignity that befits one of its With heavy hearts the Vappers known in the old days, was
prestige, the VAP-62 Tiger, and placed their fallen feline on a commissioned here in April 1952. John A. Glenn Jr., as the missile Fiscal Year 1969 marked :';.
with it, the spirit that was VAP- barge set with a funeral pyre. VF-62's initial deployment was to soared towards its first orbit on another milestone for VAP-62's ')'
62, departed for that great. The pyre was ignited and laun- Saudi Arabia in July 1952. In Feb. 19, 1962. Pictures were safety efforts. More than 6,000 .'
hangar in the sky. ched upon the mighty St. Johns April 1953, a detachment working obtained as close as a mile from hours were flown, including 750 .
Cdr. James E. Service, as the River The complete silence of from Izmir and Diyarbockur, the rocket at 40,000 feet hours in the combat zone, without .;.
head 'Vapper, led the somber the multitude who had come to photographed the,entire countryof During 1964, VAP- made,' its a major aircraft accident. As of ,
procession of mourners to the see the Tiger off to Valhalla, was Turkey. 'Dueto age and initial deployment to the Panama today,' VAP-62 has more than Iri .
Navy Jax 0 Club where the Tiger awesome. With reverence, the overwork the P4Y's soon gave Canal Zone for extensive car- 18,600 consecutive accidentfree ..
had known many joyous times crowd filtered into the O'Club and way to the AFJ-2P. The next two tographic mapping. In the springof flight hours. VAP-62 operations
amongst the spirited Vappers. got on with the 'proceedings' in years were relatively uneventful, 1965, VAP-62 obtained aerial during the past year ranged from .' K,.
Eulogies for the deceased came an attempt to rid themselves of their obscureness marked only photographic coverage of the North and South America and the -
from all corners of the world as feelings of melancholy.With by two home-port changes, first Mississippi River floods for the Caribbean to Europe, Africa, '.
he was 'truly world famous.' Norfolk,in July 1955, then backto United States Army Corps of Australia, and the Western ,.
Many words were spoken by the demise of the VAP-62 Jacksonville in:July 1957. Engineers. Pacific countries of Japan, .:,;'
," many people but none so poignant* Tiger, another chapter in the In 1956, ,the squadron wasredeslgna'ted Yearly, detachments are'sent Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, and. :.,/ ,.
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as those from Skipper Service history, "of naval aviation is Heavy ,to South America, Europe'and Laos. ..,, .!.>> -".,,,,,,Ijt.l. "e ,.
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') Photograpbl Sdron, 62 The Africa,to complete cartographic .. '\ .
first A3D-2P 'atircraf t arrived mapping:':require nts. ''Until "' !qtt, )1 : -.
.. .' ,. .. type .yat
I. in November 1959!;,The advent'of' 1966, VAP-62 operated exclusively ,
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the capability'enabled VAP- in these areas. Then in 5
8 'C-G
62 to become the Navy's first the fall of 1966, the squadron Nobody else

long-range 'jet photo squadron. .launched its first Western Pacific builds a car
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. demonstrate has since been detachment for Guam and points :
many times in west, opening a new era for VAP- under $2000.with .
n cartographic mapping, and 62. VAP-62 West-Pac detach-
reconnaissance photographhy. ments have amassed an impressive all
VAP-62 was awarded a Navy Unit record of ac these features.
Commendation in April 1963 for complishments. Flight crews
: its work during the Cuban Crisis. have been awarded over 90 Air
Members of VAP-62 had front Medals and 15 'Navy Unit ''Commendations The Renault 10 has: '
row seats, photographing the for photographic 2/4 1.35 doors.m.p.g.

: giant Atlas,Mercury rocket and missions in support of combat 3.4-wheel disc brakes. :'. ,

TTTHS capsule L containing astronaut operations. 4.4speed sion. synchromesh. -transmis "..'

5.:'Top speed 85 mp.h.: '
I 6.11 cubic feet of trunk capacity.
7.Reclining seats.
8.A sealed liquid cooling system.
9.'A 5-main bearing engine.
10.Rack and pinion steering.
PK A Happier More 11.A 30 foot turning circle..
12.A separate compartment for

Confident You! 13.Engine over. the drive wheels.
14.15 inch wheels.
FR hBR4 a BR2 15.2-speed hot water heater and
double outlet defroster. .
16.Draft free ventilation.

-i a a Nothing is more annoyingor 17.4wheel independent suspen
sion. _
1 more embarrassing to a
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her face. If you have this problem,"you are not alone.;It,,
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'today hair can be removed permanently, more easily than IRENAULTtlED
.ever before! A skilled electrologist, can give you clear/1',
CP 0 \ hair-free skin... and make you feel_more poised and self r ..
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groomed, with a wonderful sense of well-being! :

C-6 is Just unbelievable: 4 Bedrooms, .family Wear The Latest Fashions!
Room, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, 2
Baths and a Storage Room and Patio. Twelve rooms Bare arms, bare backs, short skirts, revealing bathing
of unmatched styling and economy.$14,5GO$16mO. suits and play clothes ..r now you can buy them, wear
: them, and enjoy them, knowing your body, legs and arms
are forever free of unwanted hair! Many of the most
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Boulevard (\\\wy.\ #21)) through Friday For Free Consultation .. Located at 8061 103rd St.
Phone 7728700I

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<< UDT Members To Visit Air 'StationJax .J



The Navy's Underwater This phase is succeeded by Non-rated volunteers. are in
Demolition Team (UDT) is three weeks of parachute particular demand.
looking for men between the agesof training at Ft. Benning, Ga. All eligible and interested
: 18 and 30 who have a geniune ,Later the class to West
; 4 zG goes Key personnel are invited to attend
desire. to participate in un where they receive instruction in the presentations.
f' derwater reconnaissance and diving physiology and the use of
J JI demolition activities. SCUBA equipment.After .
Two members of the team will successfully completing Knock, Kennedy, Top
i
\ be stopping at the Naval Air the UDT training, the 'Webfoot
Station as part of their recruitingtour Warriors' or 'Frogmen' as the Tee to Green Golf Play
of the United State.They will volunteers are frequently called,
be at the NAS Theatre Oct. 27 are assigned to units which Jax-Distaff golfers to the NAS
and will give two, presentations at usually consist of about 15 of- Jax Women-s Golf Associationheld
9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Interested ficers and 100 enlisted men. a Tee to Green' Tourney
: personnel from both Jacksonvilleand There is presently a continuing Tuesday as part of their regular
__ Cecil Field are invited to requirement for both officers and season play.Winners .
___ attend.In enlisted men in the field of UDT. were: 1st Flight Mrs.
aait order to be eligible for UDT Nicky Knock 29; Mrs. Julie Uitti
a, r i training, a volunteer must have a 30; 2nd Flight Mrs. Cookie
GCT score of 45 and a minimum Kennedy 32 f Mrs. Helen Harrison
-P"YL'G' 5AVING51iMEoS. '
of
30 months obligated service
34. 3rd Flight Lucille Rae 34
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upon reporting the the ,UDT ,.. Mrs. Berval McAleer 40.
training center.A ocmStR 26

d2 4 '( .katl high degree of physical en- I \\.I,t./
durance, emotional stablility, \
aggressiveness, loyalty and ---. '"- .... N

qualities determination for all are UDT mandatory members. am- Now Open!

The 26-week training course
begins with four weeks of running
exercises, calisthenics, swimming /
racing and competitive J h :
sports. In the third week trainees AIR BASEPAWNSHOP Yjlln9ClJUlQ
must complete a 16-hour trek
'
,over a rugged obstacle course ] (
surrounded by land mines and
UP IN THE AIR about his reenlistment, ATI Richard controlled explosives. In additionto Iwiftg

Preston (I) Is given the oath by Cdr. Raul L. Siverly as this, they must endure all night NEW OWNERS

they fly a weather reconnaissance' mission. swamps forced and runs sand.through mud, WELCOME YOU! inORANGE

The second phase of the
courseis
Hurricane .Hunter Re-Ups devoted'''to scholastic work, MONEY TO LOAN PARK
WE ALSO PURCHASE
chart reading, life-saving 1138 Hwy. 17
techniques, intelligence, first aid Phone .
1 During Weather MissionJax 6467 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 264 4522
and practical exercises in
reconnaissance and demolition.

Richard Preston and reconnaissance flight.
A Walter Hill are two men who Preston is a seven-year veteran
know what they want and as they and has previously served in VQ-
raised their right hands, to take 2, Rota, Spain and NAS We're celebrating
. ,the oath last week they t put the Lakehurst, N. J. Presently he
." finishing touches on} their works in the VW-4's intermediate
:l decisions to reenlist. ,maintenance' shop and helps INTERNATIONAL
.fr>. ATI Preston, was high when he maintain the. 'complex radar .. e
, .":, took the oath that shipped him .systems (hat find an4 track the .
;!> over for four more years/That is, dangerous storms. CREDIT UNION WEEK H i '
f:,: : he was high up'in one, .of,VW-4's Another member of VW-4, ...,
: Super Constellation hurricane ADR2 Hill, added three more
,!!r- hunters where he was sworn:in by years to his 14 years when VW-4's October 12 18, 1969 is special for 36 money management.
. Cdr.Paul Siverly while they were Commanding Officer, Cdr. C J. million credit. union members around
: actually engaging in a weatherprrrrrr..rsa Cush, gave him the oath of the world. During, this week, special Your Jax Navy Federal Credit Union is

-. enlistment thought is given to the many benefits chartered by the federal government
Hill now works In the power made available through membership in and operates under federal laws and
I plants division, maintaining the
1 PHONIC the credit union. government regulations. All military
engines of the Super Connies
1 31".8535 ; whose powerplants have to take personnel active or retired civilian

them ,throughout the rough and Credit union members save together, employees of the Navy, and all their
.:\ (MJ(3I. ( .tumble center of the hurricanes. receive.good dividends, and have the dependents are eligible to join and use,

: I Prior to, his service here, Hill ,opportunity of obtaining low cost loans the many services. Come to either
I I., 124. 1201"KING ST
':; worked in VS-27, NAS Norfolk for useful purposes. In addition, credit union office for further in
I
JACKSONVILLE. FLA., 322O4WANTED and now lives in Jacksonvillewith .. '
1 members can get helpful advice on formation.'A" ... .
1 I his,,wife ,Louise and their ''.. V
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1 USED CAMERAS AND : four children. r

I EQUIPMENT. WE PAY ,
1 TOP DOLLAR 388-8535' 1rrrarrrrrrrrr.1 1 I Want Ads Pay .1 I ,. JAX FEDERAL .!
BRING THIS AD WITH YOU/ ,
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Hours: Mon .. Fri. 8:30 ::30' i, I':
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Hours[ : Mon.I frl.{ 8:30 3:00: '
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;Q f'i Ii> !7J1"!?" 't I Rapid Advancement in VA36Attack I
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,- .iiI'I ,; Squadron Thirty Six On 1 October 1969 L, H.
S
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'- <: ;. rh r recently announced the ad- Strickland was appointed CWO-2, ,
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1. : ::: 'i << ",
}' It ; r vancement of many of its 'fleet and he is preparing to
"'l ww, .&. ,I already
';.'. t.-'1 :f -
"' : ""if footed' officers and men. submit his application for Esign.As .
CECIL jAT ') .t of 16 September H. S. Jones
: :11.(1"'d ", ,"" ,: Eye Opener, Sentry- has been an AEC. His specialityis
R ,. to
: 'flying electronics. Others
j! Alert Rooster CrowsBAN be advanced soon include AME2

: iiADJ -, ; .r R. D. Finley, ATR2 J. E.
,f < .' Scheuerman,A03 B. A. Bechtold,
AFPS-
x ME THUOT (
A chicken on every guard bunk. AK3 W. A. Russell, AZ3 P. W.
er is the best type of perimeter Hinkson, and AZ3 A. M.
defense a unit 'can have. At McLaughlin.
least that's the claim of SFC Because of the speed with
.S' Ernest W. Smith of Liberty, which the men in VA-36 advancein
f S.C., mess steward at CompanyB rate, they are referred to as the
70th Engineer Battalion.
men of 'Hotrodicus Supersonicus'according
SFC Smith received two hens to the Public Affairs
and a rooster several monthsago Officer. -
from a friend at.a nearby

I Billy Mitchell prepares to drive the 'Gold compound."At 16 Move Up

.fit 4y<*nt Classic Cadillac for the first time, while officers of VA-66 look night my rooster is more

Our Washington man reports on. alert than a dog," Sgt. Smith in VA-174
that the new Pentagon Building, Gold Cadillac said. "He crows whenever
which will house the whole there's a strange noise near the Cecil The Hellrazors of VA-
blasted War Department, is so bunker. I'm sure no one will 174 advanced 16 men to higher
big that it has its own travel Passes to VA66In get past" him without my know- pay grades here today.
ing it he added.
,
bureau. The building is built on The advancements are from
the general lines of a G.I. hospital ceremonies conducted the of the
and is just abQUt hard at equipment.. Besides being an excellent results August Navy-
to figure out. The current as story NAS Cecil Field last week,Attack The presentation was made by guard, the rooster Is a good wide exam.
is that of a,Western Union boy Squadron Sixty-Six was Captain F M. McLinn, CO, NAS alarm clock li waking the -mess Commander J. E. Russ, CO,
who went in to deliver a tele- presented the 'Gold Cadillac'Award. Cecil.Field, who praised VA-66's steward at every morning. congratulated each man and
gram and came out three days This glistening, gold- conscientuous and effective use presented him with a certificate
later as a major in the Air. painted 'starting unit' is awarded of station-issued ground support of advancement.
Force.From YANK, August quarterly by Cecil's AMD to the equipment.A ltY'J'" n _,- -
19. 1942. squadron which best maintainsand squadron pennant was raised '
operates its ground support over the vehicle by CommanderA.J.

Karpaitis, CO, VA-66, while
the men looked on. The 'Gold _
Cadillac' was then driven to VA-
TEXACO INC. RETIRING? 66 line area by ADJ1 Billy Mit-
chell,who was presented a Letterof ,
d
Dealerships Available BEING RELEASED? Commendation by CDR t

4230 Ortega Blvd. S.G.L.I. CONVERSION Karpaitis. ._ _JW 1fe
VA-66 the McDonnel-
pilots fly e
660 Riverside HOSPITALIZATION
Ave. Douglas A4C Skyhawk single-
COMPLETE ESTATE AND"HEALTH
195 & Baymeadow Rd.
seat, light jet attack aircraft.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PLANS They completed a WESTPAC I
1R.IIG'I1H\\ PAY mahil cruise last February, and are,
.
.\ADVERTISING: preparing to depart on the USS
fIIIiIIIiI'W.H.
PROMOTIONAL SUPPORT Forrestal (CVA-59)) this coming
Call 353-5736
.
December on,'aj Mediterraneancruise. .. ,
Or Write P.O. Box 3702 KABRICK. USN RET. -
-
Jacksonville. Fla. : 4077 Woodcock Dr. Suite 230 All men of V&66'.feel that the -
a
Call 724-7054 'Gold Cadillac': ,f1 Cts_not,.only
the performance// of the, line
,division, but also the consistent ____ __ wiiI _
r r fashion in ''which' 'the squadron ABH3 T. E. Norris and ABCM E. P. Piasta inspect
t functions according to their
Bootsto public affairs, officer. the litter of puppies born to 'Big John' and 'Candy" at
Whltehouse Field near NAS Cecil Field. (OFF-NAV-

PHOTO by Airman Virgil

fill! Binion.)
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It's a big job trying to make it the holiday you -I

want it to be. You'd like to get your family the f rlllllll 66 RAMBLER. '. $340 .
things they've asked for-and you don't wantto 1 Station Wagon, Auto I
miss the traditional reunion. it all gets too 1 trans, R&H. .

expensive, let us help. After all, we help over j ,, 65 MUSTANG . $540 .
,
100,000 service people every year. And we can Twice as I Hardtop, 6 cylinder, 1
make your big job a lot easier. ///it/4'/ / //1 much time stick. I

............ ... ......... ........ for 65 VW SEDAN. $690 1
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Need up to *oo? rl...' l Ill ", moneyThe 1 65 FORD $690 .

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self-winding Zodiac
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Apply for your' loan by phone '. '' Aerospace GMT tells time any I I
64 DODGE. . $640
we'll supply your loan by mall' % two places on earthsimultaneously.
1 Dart I
Shows 2400 6 cylinder
hours tells A.M.or P.M.,gives 'I Hardtop, Bucket 1
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your
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE money?The Aerospace GMT has I seats, Stick, R&H. 1
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HOSPITAL: THE'ONE
Movie
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGPublishers AND ONLY GENUINE,
ORIGINAL FAMILY BAND'
: CALL: 388 27SS NAS MATINEE: HORSE IN

1I: Ads should' be \mailed not later, than ScheduleMovies THE GREY FLANNEL SUIT' -
JAX AIR NEWS publication Color comedy starring Dean
NAS JacksonvilleAFTERBURNER '," Tuesday for following
will be shown nightly at1 Jones and Diane Baker.
1 Thursday. Ads arriving too (ate for this
.
the NAS Theater at 7:30
:
I p.m.
"
".. deadline will be published the following week
There will also be a kiddie
NAS Cecil Field '.,I unless the publisher is Instructed otherwise. matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a SUNDAY,OCTOBER 19

: A check or money order for the full I cost of the regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand

MAINOFFICE 1 ad must be received WITH the copy for the holidays. NAS: 'THE SONS OF KATY

: ad. The Hospital Theater will have ELDER' -Color western comedy
4747 San Juan Avenue "
Jacksonville, Florida 1 RATE: Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil starring John Wayne and Dean

Field will have two nightly shows Martin. G-E. ((122 mins).
$0-50
Per.additional line ("words per line)
during the week at 5:30: and 8 HOSPITAL: THE FAN-

p.m. Matinees will be shown on TASTIC PLASTIC MACHINE'

... weekends at 2 and 5 p.m.

r:\\t1tf.M!: N ff. Y MI 'NTt ij i 11 1 68 Model FOR Home SALE OR Air TRADE Cond., 28,000 2 BR., 'Apt.FURNISHED.Orange' Park, 5.min. to THURSDAY,OCTOBER 16 MONDAYQCTOBER2 ;
BTU.
Heavy duty thin line model. Will
NAS, will rent to TAD Personnel, or
sell car.for Ph.$300.264.5396.or trade on an economy Bachelors, TV, Linen, Utensils, optional NAS: 'BAREFOOT IN THEPARK' NAS: 'THE BIG BOUNCE' -
drama
WAITRESS WANTED: / Air Cond., 264 6884. Color comedy Color melodrama starring Ryan

Good pay, good hours. Call 781.- 9818, starring Jane Fonda, Robert O'Neal and Leigh-Taylor Young.
Mrs. Goff 10 A.M. S P.M. FOR SALE UNFURN. HOUSE Redford and Charles Boyer. M-E
Coldspot Freezer,. Frostless, Upright, 2 BR, Near Baldwin, 8 miles Cecil ((106 mins.) R-VG ((1)2) mins).
13 cu. ft. White 1 Year old, Excellent Field $65 mo. Call 266-4468 .after 6 HOSPITAL: 'THE SONS OF
SERVICE WIVES Condtlon, HOSPITAL: 'THE BIG
Price $160. 264.4441AWH p.m. or weekends, KATY ELDER'
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS GUNDOWN' Color western

Jobfinders 1372 Cassat, 387.5626 or starring Lee Van Cleff and
1022 Park.Street. 354.7888 NEED FORM 171 NEAR BASES
6012 Ortega Farms. 3 BR, Kitchen Thomas Milian. A-G ((90 mins.) TUESDAY OCTOBER 21
,
Updated for Upgrading? Need a Equipped, 5100 EV72503.
PART.TIMEAUTOMOTIVE resume of past |lob experience? R. H.
MECHANICSDay Revels Cedar River Services 38... FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 NAS: 'THE GRADUATE' -
or night. 2.50 per hour. APOLLO 7298.
ENGINES. 7910832. Color comedy drama starring

} TRANS: .:PORTATIONAUTOMOBILES: :; GENUINE NAS: 'THE ONE AND ORIGINAL ONLY Anne Bancroft, Dustin Hoffmanand

WANTED Katherine Ross. A-E ((105
'
Man to work, Part-time or full-time to FAMILY BAND' Color musical
'
repair sewing machines and stereos. L* T:MOB: J'I LE;:HOMES;: \ :I FURNISHEDEast starring Walter Brennan and mins HOSPITAL). : 'THE. .BIGBOUNCE'

Apply 1946. 1606 Main Street. Phone 353. and West Coast 353 3691. Buddy Ebsen. G-E ((110 mins(.

HOSPITAL: 'BAREFOOT'INTilE
JUSTISSTRAILER PARK PARK'
HESSOILCOMPANYService 1 Qtr..Mile 6S GTO WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22
No. of NAS, Clean modern
Station Attendents, Full and 421, 4 Spd.,''Hurst 3 Deuces Posi.
part time. Experienced. 551 Cassat trailers and Apts. 389 3007. traction, Yellow Ext., Black rolled SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18

Ave. 389.9211 6215 Roosevelt Blvd. and pleated int. Buckets Sell or Swap NAS: 'THE SUBJECT WAS

3889600. MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea Equity, 7720271. NAS:, 'THE FANTASTIC ROSES' ,- Color drama starring
Patricia Neal and Jack Albertson.
PLASTIC MACHINE' Color -
( Mobile Home Park) 4 Mile 1966'CUSTOM'BMWMotorcycle
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near I .. R-60, 600 CC., $650. surfing drama starring Nat G-E ((107 mins.)

t.l ljj {!!]S!Si! < 2U li1 1\1i\!i and schools reasonable and shopping rates.center.Manager Clean on, Call Ext.,Ext.3852 3760.Jax.FIGERGLASS18. NAS Jax, after 5 p.m. Young((90 mins.and) Bob McTavish. G-VG GRADUATE'HOSPITAL : 'THE

premises. Children and pets welcome.
6301 Roosevelt 3899226. .
FT.DORSETT
DO YOU WANT TO BE to radio, I
Ship shore outriggers 75 h.p. SUNDAY
A DISC JOCKEY? evinrude,gator galvlnized trailer, full OPEN

For information dial 356 8351. I;:1f :;' IAZ: ; boat storage cover. $1600. 388-5041,

2 SINGERS$38 1969MOB CONVERTIBLEWire
Sewing machines and console. Good wheels, 4 spd., excellent cond.
Cond. Has everything. Complete with HOUSE NEAR NAS&CECIL $500.down and take up payments. Call
attachments: Pay storage charges 5'/ pet.equity..3 BR,2 Ba., Cent. Heat 725-8191 after 5 p.m.
only $38 each or $8 per mo. Ph. 353 < & Air., Fenced yard. Near 3 schools.
1946 anytime will deliver no obligation 7684.
$103. mo., 771
1606 Main Street. 16 Ft. FIBERGLASS BONITA 1OO GUARANTEE
40 H.P. Johnson, Top Radio, ,Full
%r.:ELaCTROLUXVACUUMSIS.; WATERFRONTLOTSHigh Cover; 'TIW''U llertl Bow 'rail/, .. .
We them th 16 and Performance InlIperUo
gave VW point Safety -
All Brands Hose $6.50. 6437iWilsorT wooded, perfect for retirementand Speedometer, Walk-through 'wind
n. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything
Blvd.,771 > 5028. year around living. Easy terms shield, All Coast-guard equipment. "' that needed It. And guaranteed them 160.,. for the repair or ..
Mobile Homes Welcomed 1 Mile East $1300. Call'.Lt. Hughes. 772-2353 or 264. replacement of all major mechanical parts* for 30 day or 1000' ti
OIL HEATERS of Lake Ashbury on 209. Also new 5143. miles. Come on In and double check.
Cleaned and Serviced. Central Units, restricted sub division near corn
, Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur. pletlon. Contact LaRue 725 3992.. 1964 OLDS F-83 ENGINE TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
naces. Tylers Heating and Air Con 4 Dr.,Air Cond., New tires. Ex. Cond., ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
ditioning. Lake Shore 4711 Palmer HOMES FOR RENT OR SALEI $800. 3890981.
Ave. 388 5161. We help NAVY- Quick Move In Call I' Bold New Colors

us flrstl) Courteous Service. M_ .. I
REALTY COMPANY 15 FT.ORLANDO CLIPPER
SILLAY
1969 SINGER ZIGZAG 66 FAIRLANE
GTA
engine, All Coast $1795
389.6201 100 H.P. Mercury
Buttonhole, Blind
Hem, Monograms, .
All built in, $41.50 or easy terms. To Guard equip., Gator trailer, Ph. 264. wJS'r'i P, Aid cond. Auto. trans., PS, Mat Wheels,
5529 or Ex. 3819 JIAS. Wide Oval.
see call credit manager. 388 0784.
FOR MENTOR SALE 69 MUSTANG $24952Door
Houses and Apts. Equity VA & FHA ,.
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS resales. $100 down. Call Powell or Hardtop, V-8, Auto trans. .,
1964 SUNBEAM ALPINE
Consoles with AM io FM;,tape *'
players. At some dealers cost to liquidate Mills, USN Ret.264-2411 Orange Park Excellent condition. See and make 63 OLDS F85' $995
Realty, Military Free Notary. offer. Call 264.5570 .
stock. Full warranty) Phone 771 0409" after 5 p.m.W3CORVAIRMONZA Convertible, Radio ft Heater, Power Steering.

,MASONARY DREAM 61 VW SUNROOF ; $795Heater
FOR SALE 3 BR, 11'/ Bath, .Fenced yard, Air ,: .,
Live crabs and Fresh fish. Wilford Cond., 5'/4 percent loan. 7213 KoledaDr. New Paint. \, ',
.. < Cedar Hills. See after 5 p.m..781. .
Fish Camp 264 9701.GEORGE'S 0968., AT, R & H, New tires, etc., Excellent 62 VW SEDAN -. $895
cond. $400. Call 264- 5089. Meg Wheels, Radio and Heater.

Dogs and Cats boarded.KENNELS Free pickup 51/2 percent, BY 3 BR OWNER, 2 Bath, Florida 64 VW '1500' SEDAN $1195

and delivery Est. 1925, Poodle room, fenced back yard, Air Cond., 2-Door, Radio & Heater.
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 and Central Heat, $1500 cash down,
Edgewood Ct (Near Cassat and $100 per mo. Cecil Ex. 502 before.5, 65 VW SEDAN $1195Radio

Edgewood) 389.0064STEREO After 5 call 7712765. NAVYWIVESl 8. Heater.

CONSOLE$62 65 VW Squareback $1395
Take up payments on a 3'/j month old TRI-LEVEL COLONIAL
Radio & Heater.
stereo In walnut console. Excellent 3 Large BR's 2V baths, 22ft. step.up'LR

Cond. Stereo and radio combinationpay wall to wall carpet, 24 ft. paneledden We need ... 66 VW SEDAN $1295Radio
balance $62 or reliable party can 7 ft. entrance hall, DR, Kitchen you.
assume$8 per mo. payments.Ph. 353 with half moon swinging doors, If you are an experienced: & Heater. '

1946 niteor day. Free delivery without Master BR., has His & Her closets, 67 VW SEDAN ,
obligation 1606 Main St. ,Conv. to elementary, (unior high, high TYPIST eSTENOeDICTAPHONE $1495Radio
school, & NAS & .Cecil. 5Va' per cent TYPIST At H..ter. acc. .. .

SINGER LIKE NEW, : mortgage $140 mo. Beautifully land. eF/C BOOKKEEPER 68 VW '
In nice cabinet. Must sell as soon as scaped, 15 trees in back yard: Equity. SEDAN, -J: .: $1695Radio
possible. See 6437 Wilson Blvd., f 771-5290 after 530.LSHAPED. 10-KEY ADDING & Heater .

RANCH .KEYPUNCH MACHINE OPERATOR OPERATOR 66 MUSTANGconyertible$1695;

FOR SALE .. Oak Hill Park, Brick & Block, 3'BR V-8, Auto. tran.., ;Air Cond., Radio iLHeate).. .?, Black:Top
Wizard 18 lb. Cap. ACCOUNTING CLERK -',
Citation Washer .& 2 Bath Central heat & air, eat ''n- ,
Less than yr. old Make offer. Call Kitchen sunken Living Room, 64 VW Deluxe Bus $1295

after. 4:30: 2642079. finished Utility room, landscaped lot, For HI pay with, NO feeL Radio and

fenced yard, screened patio, carport,
KHAKI UNIFORMSize near both bases,all schools shopping ; Li Call
38R-3 Pair of trousers $20. 772- 5'/ loan, $121 a mo. Call after 6 p.m.
3293 during the day. 387-2569 after 5. 7717386. flmp0l Heater.WESTSIDE


DECOUPAGE BOARDS
Custom cut or Ready cut, Reasonable MMii mBft;: E NT lsjti[m !

Phone 289. 971. $
e n INC.
y
\ FOR SALE
Used Hot Point Refrigerator. Good 2 BR, UNFURN.HOUSE SPECIALIZING INTEMPOHAttY VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Condition. $30. Call 771-8286 after 6 5937 Seaboard Ave. Water furnished, ( PEHSONNEL ,

p.m. See at 5822 Jaguar Drive. $60. mo. 771-4324. 1150 Lone Ave. So. Phone 781-5511
KLOHIDA NAIL HANK HUM:. ,
DISTRIBUTOR SURPLUS FURN.APT.Lake Suite 052 I'lMMM' i1SS.$55413MAMNVIS.l.r : 8 8:30 8 5 1 1
Stereo,42 in.walnut console. New AM. Shore, Small, Clean private : :, |1"'UltA Open Dally to Saturday to Sunday to 6 PM

FM, $88 full price. Terms. Phone 772- entrance. Light and water furnished.
8076. Service Discount Co. 6110 103rd. $50. 3894275.





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Your Information


Social Security


By ADRC H. C. Barnes
S
, becomes disabled, monthly cash
benefits are paid to replace partof
the earnings the family has


lost.Part of the contributions madego g y r.'k ;,,
into a separate hospital Insurance
, trust fund so that when
M1 M1Il11
\ workers and their dependentsreach
\ 65 they will have help in ,

m paying their hospital bills. : + F rf
,eY V d Voluntary medical insurance, S
also available to people 65 andover "-:"',

helps pay doctors' bills and $ ... 6 E
I'I
other medicai expenses. This a
?r / ;
program is financed out of _ .' / ,+ :i
Chief Barnes was bom in Salinas, shared half-and-half
Calif. H. nt.rd the Navy Immediately premiums
following his graduation by the older people who sign up trf'.i : 'ji 'j-
from hlah: school. A graduate of both and by the Federal Government. '
AD "A" and *B" school in Memphis.
Tenn., Chief Barnes has been i _
stationed with VAH-2 VX-6, VR-21 Nine out of ten working peoplein _
and at Jf AS Alameda. Now assigned
as an Instructor at th.NAVAIRLANT the United States are now i'_
c Career Information Center here, thechief building protection for them : _
Vlfe. .livea Cindy aboard, and. NAS their with three his selves and their families under N
children. the social security program. RAdm. W. M. Harnish, ComCarDIvSlx (c) Is given a tour of VP-45's spaces by

Capt. D. W. Herlong commander Fleet Air Wing ((11)) ((1)) and Cdr. R. A. Mason,
The Basic idea of social
security is a simple one: during VP-45 skipper, during the admiral's recent visit to the station.Awards .

working years, employees, their

employers people pay and social self security employed con HONDAMOTORS and Admirals Keep VP-45 Busy

, tributions which are pooled in & CYCLES CO. During Patrol Squadron 45's fourth Good Conduct Award. Members of the team include:
special trust funds., When reduced ear- 49-I9 BLAN'DING BLVD. recent personnel inspection, five The Red Darter softball team, ADJI Donald H. Steward, RM2
nings stop or are PHONE 771.8244 Red Darters and the squadron's boasting a 43-5 record for the 1969 Richard A. Beaudoin, A02
because worker retired, dies, or softball team received awards season, received special George F. Parker, AZ1 'R' 'L'

. from Capt. D. W. Herlong, recognition. AEC Edward C. Brooks, AW2 S. R. Dyson, AWC
BANK AMERICARDeAMERICAN EXPRESSSTANDARD OIL commander Fleet Air Wing Kneller, team coach, acceptedthe Jerry W. Stewart, AA Robert
MASTERCHARCE Credit Cerdi Honored Eleven. CINCLANTFLT championships Pratt, AA Charles W. Barber,
: __ u ADJ2 Ronald A. Kara was the held last month. In AW2 Charles D. Carter, A02
MAll first to be called front and centerto compiling their fine record, the Tommy Ussery, SN Clarence
ROOSEVELTcar receive his designation as Red team won the three cham Dickerson, PN2 John D. Lynett,
Darter of the Month for October.In pionships and took runner-up RM2 Rodney B. Kline and ATI
his nomination letter for the honors twice. Stacy L, Atchley.
wash award Kara was recommended While on deployment at Following the awards
for'his pride in himself, his work, Sangley Point Philippine Islands, presentations, Capt. Herlong
VP-45 and the Navy..! He ,is a losing the league title to VP-1 in accompanied Cdr. R. A. Mason,
flight engineer, on crew 23. the final game of the season. VP-45 commanding officer, on an
, NEW Ho UIS.8.30AM SATURDAY Navy ,Achievement Medals After returning to Jacksonville, inspection of the squadron's
, -5:30PM were presented to ACXC LadsonL. the team captured the station spaces..
, Renfroe ,.and, AT Stacy, L., crown. They won the playoffs in.
Atchley for exceptional, 'performance four straight 'games after compiling tea ll
)I of duty ,during, the a 17.1 record during the ,
), squadron's six month WestPac intramural season. In August, the.
... deployment. team won the ComFairJax
Atchley also received his third Championship,, and the right to
mamA Good Conduct Award while'A02 compete in the CINCLANTFLT
Maxie L. Carter received his tournament at.Charleston.

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Cecil SportsDue FIRST, ALL-AMERICAN,. 1 E yp.k..r .

Since Bill became Navy's I adte .
Dague I Y.R
to the,resurgence of the
first All-American football
York Mets and I
New on Sunday
player in 1907, a total of 27
Tuesday, Snoopy will not be withus different midshipmen have been
this week. first team selections. Ends and
There's some rumors being guards head the Navy AllAmerican -
spread-around that he is coveringthe parade with six selections
World Series in person (via each followed by tackles'and half
TV at the CPO Club). We'll find backs, five apiece. Only four
out next week, of course. players have been tapped twice--
Results will then be for tackle Don Whltmlre ((1934-44)),
thcoming on the second half of Dick Scott ((1945-47)), guard Steve
Intramural Football action and Elsenhauer (1952-53) and end
many other goodies. Ron Beagle ((1954-55)).


BowlingWant -ADS make yourshopping

L easier

to know where to spend

your lunch hour? That's easy,
spend your lunch hour at the Viet awake this night. The
Lanes. A 'Windham County' gunners plan to keep the Cong
Bowling
The Navy Exchange has just n ztcan 'Windham, anchored near the Cua Lon River, often provides gunfire support to
announced that their 'Snack Bar' CI allied ground forces. (Official U. S. Navy photo by PH3 Steve Howk).

is now open for business.
Play Red-Head Pin for free
Besides that prices have Z as Y"n/ Classic
games. 7 :# "'
ADMIRE THE MAN WITH A
been reduced to 25 cents a game
Son Juan of Niblick We don't mind getting giggedfor
from 11001300.A Phone 384 4406 haircuts, dirty fatigues, etc., WELL KEPT OLDER CAR
but when, in an IG inspection, J
male member of India'sToda we get nailed for hoar frost on
tribe knows each buffaloin I, 2, G 3 Bedrooms the boardwalk, that's going too
his family's herd by name and Garden Type Apartmentswith Club i far. It is said that salt will re- c ...HE KNOWS HOW TO IEAT
Country move it, but there isn't enough
temperament, says the National Atmosphere.Kitchens.equipped saltteven to season the soup. So
THE HIGH COST OF LIVING
G-E
Geographic Society book. He with if you know of any defrosting
also' recognizes buffalo of other Ranges G Refrigerators device suitable for a batteryarea
Individual Air Conditioningand we'll chip in for it.
herds as individuals, and often
Heating by G-E Fannin, Tex.
Camp THIS WEEKVW
SPECIALS
can identify in photographsmany _Drapes furnishedWall Cpl. R. V. & five others
of the Todas' 3,000 ani to Wall Carpeting and : --From YANK The
ENGINES $250 installed
mals. Large Swimming Pool Army Weekly

iwwwvwvwwwwwwwvuiSWAP March 2. 1945 FalcOB/CORiet 6 cyl. $285 installed

Ford V8 289 cu,-in. $310 installed

MEET THE FUN PACE IS GO-GO Chevy V8l83 cu.-in. $310 installed
}
THE RATES ARE SO LO-LO : PRICES INCLUDE VALVE JOB AND TUNEUPAll
FLEA MARKET engines remanufactured to like-new
at the .%4. .. .,;' condition new parts thru-out.

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2600 BLOCK OF CHAISES AND MATS. $ept.1.De6.teRESERVATIONS >
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I presidential, AppointmentsOffered .. Hail and Farewell Party

for Naval Academy I
Scheduled for HAS OfficersJax

If your father was or, Is a a service connected disability
member of the Armed Forces rated at 'not less than 100 'percent A Hair and Farewell officer at the Aircraft Main-
and you are interested a Navy um', resulting from wounds, Party is on the agenda for Oct. 23 tenance Department. He recently
career, complete with gold bars injuries or diseases received in the Walnut Room of the Of arrived from Guantanamo Bay,
and a college education this may while on active duty. Another ficersClub.. Cuba; Lt. E. L. Buriani! from
be your chance. group in this area are the sons The buffet dinner will be held Exmouth, Australia will be
BUPERS has annpunced; that of men who suffered death or from 7:30: to 9:30: p.m. and welcomed to her new position as
aslf+ many as 100 men 'sons of disability of the above mentioned >
reservations must be made Referral officer here
priorto Housing ;
members of the Armed Forces, .
magnitude as a result of a ;<
pre-
may be appointed to the U.S. Naval disease j '. 1 p.m. on the day of the party. Lt. S. M. Salisbury of Air
existing Injury or -
aggravated
:
\ Apparel for the occasion includes to the station
this via Pres- >iIi' : Operations comes
Academy year by active service. '.t' ,ry': \
idential authorization. I< coats and ties. from NAS Atsugi, Japan; and
If of these conditions i- t', ,
here are twobasiccategoriesfrom ,you. and meet are any interested In becoming .. ....l._ Six officers will be welcomed coming from Vietnam to the NAS

which these men will be a midshipman you may JUNGLE, JUNGLE We aboard the air station at the Supply Department. is Ltjg. B. D.
selected, first, any man whose start today by mailing an application couldn't add a thing to Saman- ceremony: Capt.. R. T. Hardy Ivey,
father Is now on active duty in to 'the,.Chief of Naval tha Jones' advice about combating from San Juan, Puerto Rico will
any. branch of ,service (except Personnel (Pers-B66)), Department : insects. Says Samtntha: be hailed as the new Public Wors Formal fearewells will be bid
those only on duty for train- of the Navy, Washington," "When moving through a wood- officer; LCdr. R. E. Chops comesto to Ltjg. B. F. Cutshall of
ing) and has 8 years of continuous D.C. 20370, giving the following be ed careful.or Jungle" -area be sure to the Air Operations Departmentfrom Pinecastle and Ltjg.. M..1..
active duty to his credit' information: Cam Rahn Bay; LCdr. C. A. Wozney, Jr of the tPublic Works
is eligible. Also in this category Name of applicant (as shown on Navy Day Ball Tickets_ Johnston is the new avionics Department
those whose father died
are birth certificate;if different from
while in retirement and were that. used.by candidate, attach a Reservations AvailableJax .

receiving pay or were retired 'copy of the court order, if applicable -The Jacksonville Councilof

and granted with the retired exception or of retainer those ). and the Navy League and the I ; I
pay
1-
... granted retired pay under Sec-. temporary Address: address- give permanent of candidate. Armed Forces Committee of the Club Schedules
Chamber of
Commerce
are
tion 1331 of Title 10, USC. Date of birth of candidate. ,
sponsoring a Navy Day charity
The second category covers Date of high school graduationof '
men whose fathers died, or have candidate. ball Oct. 26. BLUEJACKET INN the menu special will be primerib .
If candidate applied previously The affair will be in honor of roast.
list year. the Navy and RAdm. and Mrs. Messenger of the Masses will

Name, rank or rate, serial Robert J. Stroh. provide! tonight's entertainment OFFICERS CLUB
DELUXEI number, component and branch of To be held in the Terrace Roomof and tomorrow the club will
I, 2 & 3 BEDROOM APTS. service of parent of candidate.If Thunderbird Motor Hotel,a present the Camelots. These twoe The menu speciality tonight is
FumUhed or Unfurnished parent is retired or de reception will be held at 6:30: two groups will also be play the Beefeaters Buffet, and Happy
ceased, attach a copy of retire- p.m., with dinner following one ng over the weekend. The Hot Hour in the Main Brace will be
ment orders or casualty report, hour later. Water Blues will be appearing on from 4:30: to 6 p.m. Dance to the
.i1tth9biitJne.tt&. as applicable.If Donations for the black tie stage Monday, and on Tuesday music of the Tommy Brooks

<( parent of candidate is on affair will be $35 per couple with night you can dance to the soundof Quartet tomorrow evening and on
active duty, attach a statementof proceeds going to the Navy Relief the Crescendoes. Wednesday Saturday Charlie Jay will be
service prepared by the per- Society and the Sea Cadets. night will feature the Four o F appearing. Tuesday-s foreign
( sonnel officer certifying that the Uniform for the evening will be Clubs. dish will feature Mexican food,
parent is on active duty and has dinner dress white.Reservations .
and.on,Wednesday the menu will
anal 6J4 a8 been _on active duty for the last may be made by CPO CLUB :be steak and fried chicken.
8 years, and showing date of en- sending a check to:' Navy Day
listment/commission, compo Charity Ball, Navy League of the Dance to the music of Bud
uso
.
.
pent and branch of service.If United States, Jacksonville, Clark tomorrow evening, and on
..On the St. Johns River you're not quite decided,
Florida Council, Post Office Box Saturday see Danny Hi-s
There will be free refreshments
at Orange Park but interested, the 1969-70 U.S.
Naval Academy Catalog may be 1083,..Jacksonville, Fla. 21101.. Shamrocks. Sunday night will for everyone at the USO tonight.The .
Phone, 264-6070 helpful and should you requireeven Preferred table reservations' feature live entertainment, andDOUBLE 'Girl of the Month Dance'

more.information additional for larger groups of,10 or 12 will .:1..">'?:.;: k>, "l,\<.>.....r't.:,.'f'fwe'...., .: rnry. ,will be held tomorrow evening.Be .
supplies of Naval Academy literature be taken through' ,Monday. Call .P .>'.. '" '':'1p i there ,Sunday at '10 a.m. for
.
"
may be obtained from the 246-8211 between ,8:30: a.m. and t.\"'., jM, ; ..,.'''NfI',<; ""' ,:.'tk.< ', free coffee and donuts. The free
1l /Chief of Naval Personnel 6:30: p.m for r eh'ations. ;,Yr'' .. 'f. ",.'lli"J freature movie for that evening

\ .. >'.. wilLbe ''Six Black, Horses-:

LOW RENT LOW TAXES etc"eans.; ; : ,;:." } beginning soul music at7 p.m.,will Undergroundand be featured
,
I, a" $ Monday night, and on Tuesdaythe
I USO offers the game of your
i I choice. Hear disc Jockey Al
Albert play your favorite tunes
Wednesday from 8 to 11 p.m. '

5S5S5SSSS52S5S S
SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL

MARSHALL ACRES
FACTORY REDUCTION 9359 103rd StreetJacksonville's
'
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.. most modern mobile home
S
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your. inspection: Large. 44 x
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!
,ONLY $35 PER MO.
TROUBLE-Two security -
policemen of the 37th,Security Swimming' pool, tennis court
L Police Squadron are re- shuffleboard court, B B Q
j ,fleeted in truck mirror. as they pit picnic' built for your en-
1 man turret gun. They patrol joyment. Act Today! Call:
\ perimeter and provide escort EL VERANO MOTOR COURTMr.
Best Selection in Florida! firepower for off-base convoysin '11'. S. Martin, Man.Qer
this central highlands base of 359
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25i. nam.-Air Force Photo Sgt. For Full Details
Walt Dupree.

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Basketball ,: I

Opens TryoutsJax Ih,; .
rI H_ U.J j --

Basketball coach Tom
Warner has announced the
starting of practice for this
season's Fliers basketball team.
Practice is set for Monday
through Thursday at the NAS
gym, building 3, each evening at

630.: .,
Coach Warner indicated that :
all the positions are wide open
with a 69-70 schedule calling for S.S\c k tf
nearly 25 games with local small
colleges and military bases.
z' i,
Dates Set in
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FairJax MeetJax

Athletic Director Frank :
McCaffrey has announced the
dates for the ComFairJax touch HERE COMES THE EAGLES -- The American
football tournament to be held
at
NAS Jax. League champion VP-16 Eagles follow the foot of kicker
The kickoff of the annual' Sal Molle:and steam downfield to smash another foe in
tournament will be Oct. 27 and compiling a 10-0 season mark. 69 CAMAROSport '
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governed by the Official National VP-16 Eagles to a 22-8 romp over opponents as they creamed Air
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finally happened.. ballots, but the same tiebreakerFor ..,..:,.,,., .. .,..' The Minnesota Twins not only lost the American League pennantin. ...
"' ,. 1"-, but lost it for the 1970 season as well! *- <; *
probably
the first time since the score; ''therefore we have co- R '\-. 1969 they
"F ,. ". "t\ o'R:: Of course that's still a long way off but my reasoning behind this
birth of the Jax Air News 'You winners. v.'1 "
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Pick -'Urn contest two men not Bingham of NARTU ,.;.. : ,-, ."" ..i I:..,". statement is the departure of a guy who didn't get a single run in 69,
.
only came up with perfect and Keith B. Hair from FAETU !.
i ifhi\ l ,r i. Everybody knows that Martin crown. Sure they fell to the

"f; does a lot of yelling, throws a then
You Pick'UrnNAME Orioles in three games, but
,w. ;''
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punch
", pretty good .
the ?
; ..;.. And Mrs.. who didn't during season
Mlngham yes man. Cal Griffith will have to get my
Calvin Griffith of the
owner
RANK/TITLE these abbreviations nomination, along with Dan
(man, military
Twins likes to have field
*' ) were among the six a Reeves of the L. A. Rams,.jto:
that and
DUTY ..STATION, PHONE 'NO. who had.perfect ballots, but their Martin manager doesn't says that role yes receive this year's 'Bone Head'

1 21-14 Texas over Oklahoma pick play very award. Maybe Griffith can l learn

\ I :: (Team listed first is visitor) was closest in point spread to the well.All Martin did this past season something from Reeves and will

final outcome ((27 17)) of the re'consider his move. I hope so
take ball club
1968
(NFL) was a so-so for the sake of a great game.
GREEN BAY.DENVER. LOS ANGELES -- game. and give it guts in 1969. He had
with POTPOURRI Joe Namath,
Bingham, a TAR serving
the Twins all the time
CINCINNATI _(AFL) the personnel office with the local hustling. recently hosted the press at the
bases Harmon
stealing (even
Unit opening of his new Bachelors III
Naval Air Reserve Training Killebrew) and slam-
PENN ST SYRACUSE is a follower of Georgia-s bunting in Boston and when asked about
ming the ball all over park.
Bulldogs and admires the Auburn every the condition of his wobbly legs

USC NOTRE DAME-. Tigers also. A native of,Smyrna, He Met gave Stadium the team all season class, ,and packed gave he replied: 'Hell, this is nothing.

served three There are so men in
Ga., Bingham yearson baseball in shot-in-the- many young
MICHIGAN*. MICHIGAN ST*_ active duty before going TAR. When general the a America worse off than I am.
September
arm.
He-s married and noted his luck When I think about them, it
stretch drive came the Twins
TENNESSEE, ALABAMA in winning the cochampionshipfor makes me ashamed to even
walked
from the Athleticsand
the fourth week in his first away mention my knees. After all, I
Griffith the AL West
CALIFORNIAS. UCLA ever entry. Crown.gave Sure they fell to the have legs, I can walk.'Joe was of

Hair hails from Columbia, S. Orioles course thinking of the hundredsof
in three games, but then
LSU : KENTUCKY_ C.and has been following football who didn-t during the season? injured soldiers he saw on his

closely since Paul Dietzel's Cal Griffith did this .'Past visits; to military hospitals.
WISCONSIN NORTHWESTERN arrival at the gamecock school Those" are your real heroes,
season was taken a so-so 1968 ball
put his state's gridders on the those nameless kids in far off
club and give it guts in 1969. He
OREGON ST. WASHINGTON nationwide football map. had the Twins hustling all the Vietnam. I wish there was some

Hair is married and has a son, time, stealing bases (even way I could give my cheers to

*Tie breaker: Predict final score between Michigan and Keith Jr., 2. Harmon ;Killebrew), bunting and themSuper Joe added.

Other perfect selectors for the slamming the ball all over every

Michigan State. Indicate winners in other games by a check week include: B. W. Bowen, park. He gave the team class,

AMHC at NAMTD, Cecil Field; packed Met Stadium all 'season, GiveSavings
mark. Ballot boxes are located in Galley One and the MainExchange GS-3 K. B. Pickett, and gave baseball in general shot

Y FAETULANT, PNC C. A. Potter, -in-the-arm.'When theSeptemberstretch Bonds

at NAS Jax and Cecil Field. Ballots must be in by FAETULANT; and Paul T. drive came ,the Twins ,

Parry, a YNSN atFICEURMan( walked away from the"Athletics

noon Friday. those military abbreviations!) and gave Griffith the AL West


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