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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 23, 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. 31 u. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE/ FLORIDA OCTOBER 23, 1969





1,1 I L: up, UP, Up for CFCNavy I I Annuity Four Per Jump Cent 1



Jax 'efforts for this mometer shows that the f

year's Combined Federal activities participating in Starts Nov..1
Campaign are still on the the fund drive have

rise.This reached 74 per cent of their
weeks ther- goal. To be exact, 74.6 per Jax .- The Civil Service
I' cent.A Commission has announced thata
total of 39 commandshave four percent cost of living
annuity increase will become
gone over the top; effective Nov. 1 for employees
with 100 per cent or more. retiring before that date.
This total includes the 14 To get the four percent cost of
commands that achievedor living increase annuity, an
employee must be separated or
exceeded their goals
his pay must cease no later than
this week. Oct. 31.
Seven activities who had In pending disability
previously gone over the retirement cases, applicantsmust
top continued to supportthe be placed on leave without
pay no later than Oct. 31 in order
drive and increased
that they may qualify for the
their percentage of con- annuity increase. If the disability
tributions. retirement is disapproved, sickor
annual leave with pay may be
Hail and FarewellSet substituted retroactively for the
leave without pay.
If the claim is approved, the
for TomorrowAt :r:' 'I annuity accumulated begins leave on Nov.is 1, still and

.' 5 !% payable in ,a lump sum. Sick
ClubJax
Officer's a'
; leave will be foreited.
7' o Therefore, applicants will
-A Hail and Farewell will 4 initially be given the choice
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be held tomorrow in the Walnut 7 aA to e@e Fd1 s ( 1yy between forfeiting their sick
Room of the Officer's Club. leave or continuing in pay status,
.The buffet dinner will be from and thereby.forfeiting. eligibilityfor .
7:30: 'to 9:30: p.m.. Apparel f r.the -the Nov., 1 i increase,
; Hail and- Farewell is coat and tie. Those employees whose
New officers. to be 'welcomed disability retirement has been
aboard the station at the approved and who will be carriedon
ceremony are: Capt. R.T. Hardy, sick leave beyond Nov. 1 also
Public Works Officer, from San have the option of waiving their
Juan, Puerto Rico; LCdr. R.E. sick'leave and thereby attaining
Chop comes from Cam Rahn Bayto eligibility for the cost of living
the Air Operations Depart- increase.
ment; LCdr. W.R. Mason reportsto To obtain additional information -
NAS from VAP-62;.LCdr. C.A. or assistance in
Johnston arrived from Guan- completing an application for
tanamo Bay; Cuba; Lt. E.L. retirement, Naval Air Rework
Buriani, new Housing Referral Facility employees call extension
Officer reported from Exmouth, 2407.Employees of the air station
Australia; Lt. S.M. Salisbury of and other activities call Ext. 2952.
Air Operations comes from NAS
Atsugi, Japan; and to the Supply

Department reported from Lt.Vietnam.(j.g.) B.D. Ivey .............:.....................J'..1 Inside. .'.......;...:.-.:...:.-.:.,.:.:....:.-.:...:.-.:...

HELP Farewells will be extended to NEW LOOK FOR BLUE ANGEL'- Day after day station personnel,
i O Lt. H.D. Lindle of Air guests and visitors. are unofficially welcomed aboard NAS Jacksonville '-.
Operations; Lt. J.A. Koselka of by the Blue Angel plane at the Main Gate. Last week it was time Editorial Pg.2.:F
for AMS3 Johnny Gosa and others of AMD to give the plane a new coat NATTC Pg. 14'
115M Supply; and Lt (j.g.) M.J. of paint.Then,Tuesday when the'plane was dry and spruced up it was
Sports 15&16Man's
Wozney Jr. of Public Works Pg.
I Lli replaced at the gate with a crane and hard work guiding the wheels
Department. lust so, onto the stands.


I 'A Job, for ''G'odand Country' 1 I

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'he's a man doing a man's job, for God and Country.Be of the Navy.

proud of him. Oct 27 selected for
was originally two reasons: It
This is the tribute to Navymen being carried to the marks the day In 1775 when the Continental Congress
American public by the Navy League In connection with received a bill providing for the creation and establish-

Navy Day 1969. ment of a fleet to protect the lives and property of a
Navy Day, Monday Oct. 27,. will be celebrated from' young and struggling nation.
tomorrow through Oct. 31. The theme this year Is
RFrE 'Oceanic Leadership. Opportunities. Unlimited.' Additionally, It's the birthday of President Theodore
The Navy League's 300 councils In the continental Roosevelt, who is recognized as the fathe'of the modern

United States, Guam, Honolulu, Hilo, Italy, Spain, Navy.
England, Brazil, Panama, Puerto Rico, St. Croix, St. The first national observance of Navy Day took placeon
Thomas, Alaska and Mexico will mark the occasion with Oct. 27, 1922, under the sponsorship of the Navy

I: luncheons, banquets, public meetings, church service League.
and other community events. The Navy League--the civilian arm of the Navy--was

The Naval Reserve Association again joins the Navy founded in 1902. Civilians, officers and enlisted men of
League In sponsoring 'Navy Sabbath Weekend' with the military services not on active duty may become
church services all over America, Oct. 24-26. Ad- members. Currently, less than half of the 42,000

ditionally, other fraternal, civic, and veterans volunteers are Navy veterans and 25 percent have' .no 4
organizations will (join In the weekend long celebrations. previous military service. About 10 percent are employed -

Navy Day this year commemorates the 194th birthday by defense industries. ,. : ':. ..ti!,Wl'





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May 1, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt bought the first
U.S. Defense Bond. Seven months and one week later we were engaged ROMAN CATHOLIC

in World War II, and millions of Americans were pouring ,
SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11
their savings into the program in an inspiring demonstration of a.m.
DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
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They never regretted it. Their money paid for the ships and Sunday at 8:30: &: 10:30: a.m. in-
planes and tanks and guns that won the war. Defense Bonds became stead of Saturday.

Savings Bonds, and people have continued buying them. They \\\b\ 7i rt\\ '

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It isn't surprising that American servicemen and women are
foremost in the purchase of savings bonds and freedom shares, for SUNDAY MASS 8:00: am
they realize that savings bonds are a first-rate investment. They PROTESTANT WORSHIP
SERVICES 10:00: a.m.

BuyU.SSavings PROTESTANTAll

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Divine Worship Service 10a.m.-

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ifJ. Navy Relief-Aid To ManyDedicated Small Chapel Communion Bldg. No.8:30: 750 a.m.

\ Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
Bldg.No.722.

J. to serving the members of the Navy and

Marine Corps who are in need, the Navy Relief Society TUESDAY.,
Senior choir Rehearsal-7
provided the following types and amounts of assistance Bldg. No. 750. p.m.

also are in a position to see at first hand how vital the savings bond during August and September:

program is to the cause of freedom; at home, in I Vietnam, and THURSDAY
throughout the free world. Basic Maintenance 6,886.51 $4,079.33 Christian Science Service p.m.

Today with the payroll savings plan it is easier than ever for us Medical Carea Bldg. No.750

to save. ( ) Dental 3,500.80 $2,836.20b

There are millions of Americans who are saving money successfully. ( ) Doctor, hospital,..etc.. 292.05 632.85 SUNDAY
United States Bonds the ." : 100.65 Evening Worships p.m. Bldg. No.
They purchase Savings through Transportation ;'j ,' 937.68' 750. \

payroll savings plan. Funeral Expense ,, : 255.00 409.15 '\
They don't feet the pinch too much because they don't see the Training 162.50 \ TUESDAY

money. Furnishings 49.25 Pentecostal Fellowship 7 p.m.
Payroll savings can give you added security today and added Miscellaneous 1,274.11 36.00 Bldg. No.722
opportunity tomorrow. It can mean a down payment on a new i
home, college education for the children, comfortable retirement.And I
The Navy Relief Office, located just opposite the
last-but far from being the least important-there's another Main is staffed volunteers.
Exchange, by training Navy
reason to purchase United States savings bonds. You '
put your traffic
Relief exists for the of aiding servicemen meet
purpose
savings to work for America and for freedom. You help your country -
as"'you help)ourelf. (AFPS) short term emergency needs. All loans are interest free,
and in those cases where repayment is a legitimate ViolationsThe

hardship, part or all I of the assistance can be provided as

'" Why Failure ? gratuity..

following is a report of
yey .tM'1. :. :;r;'a.\cam.:;\.L., ,.e w."J't. .w.rNxa>#sk.'Xe: ..,..''..."<-;n.d'vk ;:a motor vehicle accidents and

Chaplain John'R. McNamara writes some of the reasons why we traffic violations for the periodOct.
often fail. 7 Oct. 13.Number .
!
1.Mental unemployment.The human brain contains ten billion cells
capable of storing ten times the information found in the average sized z< of Accidents
library. It has more electronic recording devices than all the 4 ;x
telephone centers ever built. It can do what no computer can do, it can I
create ideas. It's the greatest machine ever built when in operation. This week 9
2. Fear of failure. Babe Ruth was the greatest Strike Out King in Total accidents this year through
baseball history. He struck out 1,330 times. But, since he was not Oct. 13 431.Number'of .
afraid of failure he is also the Home Run King. Edison once had an accidents through
assistant who complained of their lack of progress. 'What do you October 1968 322.
mean no progress!' Edison shouted. 'We have already discovered a Total number of days since last
thousand things that won't work!' 'd 4 injury in a motor vehicle accident
3. Lack of imagination. It takes creativeness to envision the new 138.
worlds that could be. We are like the caterpillar who saw a butterfly
floating overhead and said to himself, 'Boy, they'll never get me up in Number of Violations
one of those things.'
One final point. Even if we are able to overcome these few obstaclesto This week 72
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success we will still require the guidance of God. This is well expressed : Speeding 8
in the morning prayer of St. Philip Neri: 'Lord, keep your Reckless Driving 2
hand on Philip today,or he will betray you.' Going through\ stop sign 6
Other violations 6

(Taken from the Windsock.)
Twenty nine drivers appeared
: before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
:: Oct. ''16. Disposition of the

: cases included the following: 11
= lost driving and parking
privileges Aboard station for
various periods; 12 w reassigned

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Cii'ilian; Enterprise Newspaper distributed to complete eight-
each Thursday at the II. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville hour course in remedial driving;
Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a private 5 received suspensions; 11 were
firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must at given warnings; 5 were
dismissed 10 fined (U. S.
be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAN Jacksonville ; were
: Commissioner) and 1 referred to
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by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. Ncws : : :
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n. : : commanding officers for possible
items arc welcomed from all sources Telephone 772 3118 :
; I disciplinary action. Eleven
or 111'). T :" ... drivers were assessed 36 traffic
.. points. '
Advertisements are solicited by the, publisher' and queries : :
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4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 'N." ,
Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 SAVINGS BONDS,
As a reminder to everyone to turn their clocks BACK NEW FREEDOM
VOL. 27 NO. 31 OCTOBER 23, 1969 26, Mary Stillson braved a 20-foot ladder to. change the one hour Oct.clock .
on Bldg. 107.'Don't time on the
forgetsays Mary,'or SHARESPage
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1 People Who 'Don't Just 'Talk AboutJax the Weather. I


The old cliche that man's beginning the enigma of an it has been reported that the logical to place and beat some the frogs pot were Today trying., amid the electrical humof
everybody talks about the unsympathetic and sometimes Orikoco Indians held the belief beneath a pot knob studded, dial infested
I weather but nobody does terrible Mother Nature has been that the frog was the god of with a rod.Whether. this brought the rainor machinery and amid a noticable
anything about it, is not quite the the subject of much talk and not a waters. Consequently, then the the frogs any good, we'II lack of frogs, the modern
little action. nation suffered a drought the did
truth.
The point is: they weatherman such as the
ti The fact of the matter is, since For one example among many, tribal weatherman found it not question. technicians that man the Fleet

1 Weather Facility, are trying
different methods of dealing with
the weather.
fr
The first concern of the sor
cerers of our modern tribe is to
estimate the intentions of the
A beast, thereby allowing the rest
of us the time to head for the hills
when it becomes prudent. To the
casual observer of weather in the
'Sunshine State' it would seem
could be no small task to guess
I Ya the weather.In .
Lp 1 1 ; 94a fact, it's not. At the Fleet
Weather Facility this is a 24 hour,
i 365 day a year job and the end
product of such electronic
555 marvels as the weather satellite
w sri
c system. This fantastic eye in the
sky makes three to five passes
over the North. Atlantic, Central
r America, the United States and
part of Canada each day and
transmits a pictorial panoramaof
LCDR. J.F. BULLINGTON, and Mr. A.H. Meyers chart a course on cloud formations used in
R,! 'Kara'. calculating the weather. The
r news that results from these
calculations goes out six times a
day, regularly, and is further
extended to provide aviation
,J SA briefings and forecasts for
military pilots all over the United

States.But the' weather is a large

: subject and is not limited to the
> surface of the earth. Indeed, it
extends to the environment of the
y4y submarine and therefore even
Neptune's water kingdom can not
AD3 K.P. KESLSEY watches be safe from scrutiny. In con-
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as Norfolk's weather charts come nection with this, the FWF has
HONDA through on the Naval En the responsibility for coor-
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Navy weather oceanographic
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Prediction Service to be used by
our ASW forces in the detection of

Boots THE HURRICANE HUNTERS NEED TO KNOW-RM3 J.W. Smith submarines.
transmits the latest conditions. Pilots dory t like to be surprised. These are some of the routine
demands of the weather but the
to fill! weather is not noted for being
routine. Each year, starting in
June, the weather maps become
1kM1EdO' measled with the swirling blot-
i ches of hurricanes and the FWF
gets,really busy. '
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I or Jax Fleet Weather Facility Is On.. the Job I




legend has it that hurricanes are These planes with the
caused by some overzealous fool assistance of the Weather
striking a 'wind-stone- hard. Bureau's reconnaissance aircraft
Perhaps! But whatever theca and the Air Force, fly what has
use, this year has been a busyone been considered to be the most
and has netted the FWF no dangerous flying in the world,
less than 12 of these fearful going directly through to the core d
ladies, including the deadly of the storm. Once at the storm
Camille. Indeed, even this week, site, the electronic gear sizes up
Hurricane Laurie, the latest the storm's potential and seizes
addition crouches in the Gulf of other informationn that is
Mexico ready to spring. already being used in view of
What can be done? First the destroying these storms. UP1L i

FWF in cooperation with the Since 1961, experiments under g z ,, y c;
National Hurricane Center in the title of the Project Stormfury, t
Miami,will pool their knowledge, have made encouraging stridesin ?
track the storm and while Miami modifying hurricanes. Air-
keeps the public advised of the planes flying over the storm drop
need of safety precautions, the silver iodide pellets around the E
FWF will promulgate the in- hurricane eye. The pellets, according -
formation. to the Fleet. to the theory, transform
Secondly every hurricane is supercooled water droplets into
probed and inspected for the ice crystals, releasing heat _
evidence of the nature of her energy and upsetting the
existence, this information to be destructive balance.So _
used in the future to predict the far the theory hasn't _
next storm's bad habits and destroyed the hurricane but it is a
perhaps find means to help man start and perhaps some day doing
to ultimately control her life. something about the weather will _
These probes are most be more common than talking a ai
dramatically carried out in faceto about it. And the Fleet Weather b
'Eye' confrontations betweenthe Facility will be a major part of 19 X Jwt
hurricane and Cdr. C.J. that accomplishment.KEEPING .
Cush's VW-4 'Hurricane Hun-
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OUTBOARDSi at Orange Park
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MERCRUISER Phone 264-6070
STERNDRIVES 1

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264 9835 A FINGER ON 'KARA', AGC Spurred discusses the
moody I lady with LCdr. Bultington.' MEN-TRAIN NOWFOR

INLET MARINE A BIG PAY J6t AS A CLAIMS ADJUSTER

GEORGE LAURIE of Haddonfitld, N.J., is now employed -
I Strvict
Silts '
as a staff adjuster with a tare company in
Philadelphia, Pa. "I certainly appreciate what the
Hwy. 17 Orange Parknan I.A.S. training did for me. I am making a terrific II
salary, getting company benefits and a new Impala
every year! The I.A.S. course enabled me to decide
1 If that the claims field is the real career for mo." -

@ You can earn top money in this fast moving, action-
(),) n packed field. Insurance Investigators are urgently
c e eria: needed to settle claims worth billions of dollars an
;:! nually. The tremendous increase of auto accidents
1 Q,9d108San alone have doubled the need of qualified adjusters.
CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER Train at home in your spare time followed by two weeks
Resident Training at school owned facilities, MIAMI
Juan at Niblick Blanding Blvd. BEACH, FLORIDA or LAS VEGAS, NEVADA. Nation-
Phone 384 4406 wide employment assistance. Write for FREE informa-
Luaurtou.dining at MiuIbU price.h.. oUganco. Swift, courteou Mrvfcc, tion.Accredited Member National Home Study Council.
w.e.8 t 8 Ca'ttoriM be wort popvlar highly Iralnod staff and tfw y'*r' of
J 1. 2, & 3 Bedrooms plac In town,and 8 i 8.IIM mad .iportonc$ hi..m", th. ....... food .. ,. _
a v'A'A'.1..1 .I'jt.JI'.I":: viTen"**! NO IMSCKVICE rciir! ONNI UNBI*NEW I .1
.Garden' Type Apartmentswith their nw 4 cafa ari! DM apftoma of "makayowvUfttothanawStSamiMt.another .
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Dept,1 1 1I
with G-E HOUSE OF QUALITY FOODLUNCH I
Kitchens equipped
1901 N.W. 7 St., Miami, Florida 33125
Ranges & Refrigerators SUPPER460NM.OONI I Please Print I II II
.'Individual' Air Conditioning 11:00 Aa.2:00: M ii!IIli I Name___ I II
G-E ...
and Heating by I Address I

.Drapes to furnishedWall Wall Carpeting and SIS Cafeteria Is also located fa. ,.. Arlbtoi Pint Skoppbg Coifor I City State .Zip. I IL

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1 Merit Job Opportunities List



i- Civilian ApplicantsSupervisory

: Given forJax


Supply TechnicianGS8 Supply Clerk GS-4, 147-69
' : Merit promotion op- 105-69 Secretary (Steno) Military Personnel Clerk Typing

portunities, currently open for 107-69 Card Punch OperatorGS2 GS-5, 149-69 Supervisory Military
listed GS-5,
receipt of applications are and 3,108-69 Messenger GS2 Personnel Clerk Typing GS-5,

f). below. and 3, 110-69 Production Con- and 153-69 Airframes Mechanic.
:
1 7 the positions
for
Applications & Applications will be
will troller GS-7, 111-69 Planner acceptedfor
shown in the following group (Sheetmetal WorkerO, the following jobs from thoseat
be accepted from career or Estimator Electric Accounting the same command as above.
of 112-69
career-conditional employees MACHINE Operator GS-3, 114-69 However,the first cut-off date for
the air station, Naval Air Rework the
& Insulator, 115-69 establishing registeres
Facility, Naval Air Reserve Pipecoverer Sheetmetal follows the position.
117-69
Air Plasterer,
Training Unit, Fleet
Refrigeration & MPB No. 152-69 Aircraft
Commissary Worker, 118-69
Jacksonville, Navy Air Conditioning Mechanic, 119- Engine Mechanic (Oct 27)), 154-69
Navy
Stores, Naval Station Hospital. Regional 69 Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, Computer Operator GS-4 (Oct.

Recruiting Office, 121-69 Boiler Tender, 122-69 27)), 155-69 Instrument Mechanic
77 YEARS-- Public Works Department civilians are presented safe Storage Management Control Center, Plumber, 124-69 MAssistant Meat Electronic) (Oct. 127). 156-69
driving awards, by Public Works Officer, Capt. R.T. Hardy, that Disease Vector Defense Cutter, 125-69 Laborer Cleaner, Aircraft Metals Worker (Oct. 30)),
Weather Facility
represent a total of 77 years of safe driving. John McCloud (I), 19 Fleet Sales Office and the 126-69 Mess Attendant, 128-69 157-69 Aircraft Examiner (Oct.
years, looks on as the captain congratulates 23-year safe driving Surplus Office at anytime. Secretary (Steno) GS-4, 129-69 30)) and 158-69 Welder (Nov. 3)).
veteran, Henry Simmons.At right are Schley Williamson, 19 year safe Navy Finance 79 69 Electronics Aircraft Instrument Mechanic Applications for the following
No. -
driver and Eddie Johns, 16 year safe driver. Mechanic MPB 80-69 A-C Eectronics (Electronic) and 130-69 position will be accepted from

Worker 81-69 Accounts Main- Automotive Equipment Ser- employees of Navy Marine Corps
,
Civil Service Tests tenance Clerk GS-4, 82-69 Planner viceman. activities in the Sixth Naval
& Estimator (Public Works Also, 131-69 Clerk GS-301,2 and District. MPB 1521-69 Education
Instrument Computer Operator GS5 Technician GS-9 with an Oct. 30
A-C
in Jax MonthlyJax Structures),83-69 3,132-69
Given
Mechanic, 84-69 A-C Instrument 133-69 Stockman, 135-69 closing date.
Worker,85-69 A-C Electrician, 86- Supervisory General Engineer The following positions are
The Civil Service They are also available from the Com- for application from federal
Data
69 Clerk (Stenographer) GS-3 and GS-12, 136-69 open
Commission has recently Examiner in Charge, Post Office 4,87-69 Clerk (Typist) GS-2,3 and munications Equipment service employees in agencies
changed the procedures for Bldg. in Jax. 137-69 nationwide.
Electronics Mechanic (A- Operator GS-4,
4,88-69
taking the Federal Service En- The Federal Service Entrance Electronics Technician GS-5, 148-69 Electronic Engineer
C Systems), 89-69 Management
trance Examination.The Exam is the primary avenue of Mechanic (Maintenance) '90-69 139-69 Teletypist GS-5, 140-69 (General),and 150-69 Mechanical
exam is now given on the entry into the federal service for Machinist, 91-69 A-C Electrical Mechanical Engineering Engineer GS-7, 9 and 11. Both
third Saturday of each month people with potential for Worker, 92-69 Planner & Technician GS-7,8 and 9 (Ground have a Nov. 11 closing date.
except for the months of August, responsibility and leadership.For Estimator (Public Works Support), 141-69 Mechanical Application forms 171 for the
September and December. Those those with a collage Electrical Systems), 93-69 In- Engineering Technician (Jet positions should be filed with the
take the test in the education or equivalent experience -
wanting to the FSEE offers the dustrial Tractor Operator, 94-69 Engine) GS-7: 8 and 9, 142-69 Civilian Personnel DepartmentBox
local area must report at 8:30 be considered for Apprentice (First Year) and 96- Instrument Mechanic (General}), 22, NAS Jax. Further information -
the third of the opportunity to
Saturday
a.m on 69 Statistical Assistant GS-5. 143-69 Aircraft Painting Worker, is available from
tests month to the cafeteria of over 200 occupations in: some 50
Also, 97-69 Accounting 145-69 Electrician, 146-69 Elec- bulletins;) or announcements at
federal all the
' Andrew Jackson Hgh School,28th agencies over
Technician GS-4, 101-69 A-C trician, 146-69 Supervisory Ext. 2320.
and Main Streets, Jax. country. Automotive
'QualificationsBrief The exam is used to fill Metalsmith, 102-69
A completed
Mechanic (Body & Fender), 103-
salaries
with
positions starting BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY
and Education and Ex- 69 Clerk-Dictating Machine
beginning at $6176 (GS-5)) and
perience Questionaire' must be Transcriber GS-4, 104-69
presented to the examiner when $7639 (GS-7)) per year. YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE A GOOD -. '

reporting for the examination. SELECTION OF FINE FOOD

Required forms and other information PunchJax Jobs Openfollowing FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY .
i'.concerning?" the Key "
examination can be obtained by LIKE THIS DENNYS'SPECIAL .
contacting the EmploymentOffice The Interagency''' Boardof announcement to fill
Civilian Personnel U. S. Civil Service Examinersfor positions throughout Florida with
Department, NAS Jacksonville. Florida has issued the the exception of the 10 counties in Hamburger an BUll
Northwest Florida. lIltICI&TIIIIItI_____ .._4 gc SIRLOINSTEAK I I

Card Punch Operator, GS-2 and

All GS-3, $4360 to $4917 a year. Ap- OPEN DAILY It im.9 p.m. ))59
plications will be accepted until FRI&SAT. 11im..]0p.m.
Shari wants a ring. further notice and should be sent Baked Potato Rolls /

i' to the Intereagency Board of U.
S. Civil Service Examiners for

Florida, 3101 Maguire Blvd. fJeNUj1n.m.an4 STEAK
Call her for cash. Orlando, Fla. 32803. Further HOUSE

information regarding the an- BLANDING BLVD at CEDAR RIVER
$300 or more. nouncement may be obtained
from the Employment Office
r
Get acquainted. With a $300 IntroductoryLoan

or; up to $600 If you need it. Shari's

the girl to call at our Aetna loan office. ii: TONIGHTgreyhound
She'll fill you in on the facts of money and

introduce you to Aetna. That's why we

make our Introductory Loan as simple as a

tir handshake. Sharl wants a ring, so give her
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Hemming Park Building '
46 W. Duval Phone 355-7543 ", :_:'* ..

z 5551 1 Normandy Phone 786-0191

8006 Lem Turner Road Phone. 768-0501 I T ORANGE PARK _

LOANS FROM $50 TO $600
POST TIME 8 NIGHTLY
EXCEPT
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1938 Blending Blvd. Phone: 389-0338 I q. Closed Tuesday3 s4'.rJ.P'Id.y fl 4 M.lZ 4S a i I .
State Farm Mutual, .
Automobile Insurance Co. INDUSTRIAL PARK -
HOME OFFICE: Bloomington, Illinois 3619 Blandmg Blvd_ Ph. 7710170 I HI-WAY 16, GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLA. 32043 ..

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RED GREENE'S GARAGE IWri 1 IjiiiiBiV \ 4420 772-8000 Blanding Blvd.

Four Miles South of NAS- Highway 17 Orange Park ; CempUte Aeto RtyalrsWe
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors ) ,s .,. 1111 Cesery
Open 0800-1800 Monday t hru 'Friday :. .- : e STAN A : 725-9566
MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE : Open 'til 2 a.m. FrJ.ot.-12 p.m. Sun. thru Thun.t .:
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"ICAN_f\ OCTOBER 21, 1969 I OPEN 24 HOURS Infants, Pre-School, and After School Care,
NO MINIMUM AMOUNTS HEQUIRED TO INVEST / (All Ages)
Call Or Write: I $ IZE. HOT BALANCED MEALS
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I( Marine, Wives Plan Hospital Ward Party If'j. ..



\ A business meeting of the order by President Carol from the Jacksonville area, a Berry and Mrs. Carol with Scoppe the will en 1 (/" _____ )
Marine Wives Club met Monday Scoppe. chairman be appointed by Mrs. be on hand to help I ; <
night at the Marine Air Detach The tertaining at t the hospital k t
ment. A motion was made that due to Scoppe tofinish out t hei term. Refreshments t and prizes will be
: motion was carried and Mrs.
The meeting was called to the departure of our president Joan Berry was appointed and provided by the ladies.The .
to the chairmanship. next regular meeting .wlll
accepted
which beheld Nov. 3 at MAD All wives
ward
ADS The hospital party
make your will be held Tuesday night was active duty and retired Marines
theshopping
discussed. Mrs. Marie Slocumb, in the area are invited to join

easier Mrs. Doretha Miller, Mrs. Sally club. '
:OMBAT AIRLIFT A mem-
her of transient alert, Tuy Hoa,
AB, signals in a C-141 Star
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Any errors noted in the manual
should be reported directly to the

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Nations and the people of the worldto citizens regardless of their Individual public service by the Jacksonville
appeal to the North Vietnam beliefs about the war are Council Navy League of the United .

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JAX AIR NEWSI AFTERBURNER
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Gunmen HoldElections r Mystery

Pedestal




The NAS Cecil Field 'Rod and C CECIL ErectedMany

Gun' Club held elections for the people have been asking
upcoming year on Thursday, 2 about the construction that has P
.October, at the Lke Newman been going on outside of the main
recreational area. gate at NAS Cecil Field. It only
took a few phone calls to find the Fti l
Billy Gunter was elected as answer. Station Operations is
president of the organization.Other planning mount an A4A Skyhawkon )H
the
officers selected by
LAPSll1Ejaoccsooqys the cement pedestal that was
members were Duane Wild (vice
built by Public Works. This is an
president), Bob Reagan appropriate entrance marker, as
(secretary), and Stan Gosc & i
most of the Navy's A4's are now ,
(treasurer).
or soon will be home-based at _
Plans for a 'turkey shot' to be Cecil Field.
held sometime before Christmas, S &\4\41 4

and also, a hunting party were \
formulated at the meeting..
Meetings are always held on the ----1 :\ %\ 't1
first Thursday of the month at the

.Lake Newman clubhouse at 1930. rii1 -1\\\ 1hief 1\\
.. Anyone interested in joiningthe S
club should contact one of the .
officers at the following listed
extensions: president, ext. 103; Raymond Vaughn,who spent his last tour at Attack Squadron
vice president, ext. 413; or Forty Four as'career Information' specialist retired from the Navy
treasurer ext. 301. this month. ,

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All male personnel (militaryand
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have an outstanding opportunity
Newly elected officers of the Rod and Gun Club take time for a
waiting for them.
photograph. Seated from L to R are Bob Reagan, Billy Gunter, Duane
Wild, and Stan Gosc, Standing are Mike Holt, C. Bateman, and Jack The Greater Jacksonville
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New, WASHINGTON (AFPS) Preservation and En- k5
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e Fun-Oriented enrollments is expected this fall, Quartet Singing in America is
Apartments Donald E. Johnson Administrator looking for new members. Ac-
of Veterans Affairs, reports.A cording to YN2 Johnson, 'Bar-
2Vi Mil.. South 1969 peak fall enrollment e 'R bershop harmony is by far the
of 635,000 veterans was forecast 9BE
ot J AX on US 17
by the Veterans Adminis- best and most pleasing style of
ORANGE
PARK tration chief who noted that singing that men can participatein.
PHI 304- 4203 the figure was 520,524 last fall, 4UaJ Tope/' .'
and 380,037 in 1967. T V
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HOLT, PUBLISHING COMPANY I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGPublishers M 110'I' HOSPITAL: THE.. IMPOSSIBLE j
YEARS'
: CALL: 388 27SS

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NAS Jacksonville I Tuesday for publication the following

I Thursday. Ads arriving too late for
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NAS 'THE CINCINATTI
AFTERBURNER" Movies will be shown nightly at :
J NAS Cecil i deadline will be published the following week the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. KIDD' Color drama starring

Field ',' .: unless the publisher Is instructed otherwise. There will also be a kiddie Steve McQueen, Edward G,

.I ,A check or money order for the full cost of f the matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a Robinson and Ann Margret. A-

MAIN OFFICE ad must be received WITH the copy for the regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand VG (101 mins.)

ad. holidays.The HOSPITAL: I GORATH'
4747 San Juan Avenue :
Jacksonville, Florida I RATE: Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 Hospital Theater will have
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil MONDA Y OCTOBER 27
Per additional line (words per line) SO.50
Field will have two nightly shows

during the week at 5:30: and 8 NAS:' CASTLE KEEP' Color

p.m. Matinees will be shown on war drama starring Burt Lan-

Ji t EMPLOYMENT' : ;@mwl 5 piece EARLY, has AMERICAN extra leaf, like DINETTE new, used 2 BR., House FURNISHED, Orange Park, 5 mIn. to weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. mins.caster)and Peter Faulk. R-G (105

only a few months. Sacrifice for $50. NAS, will rent to TAD Personnel, or '
7817727. Bachelors, TV, Linen, Utensils Optional THURSDA OCTOBER 23 HOSPITAL: 'THE CIN-.

WAITRESS WANTED!! LOST2 RINGSAt Air Cond., 264-6884. -. CINATTI KID'TUESDAY

Good pay, good hours. Call 781 9818, the Indoor swimming pool at NAS NAS: 'HANG 'EM HIGH' -
Mrs. Goff 10 A.M. .5 P.M. Jax. 1 Ruby Class Ring, and 1 Gold FURN APT. Color western starring Clint OCTOBER 28

Signet ring. Reward. 7712953. Lake Shore, Small, Clean private Eastwood and Inger Stevens. M

SERVICE WIVES entrance. Utilities furnished. $50 3894275. VG ((115 mins.HOSPITAL .) NAS: THE SECRET LIFE OF

CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 'THE SUBJECT AN AMERICAN WIFE' Color

Jobfinders 1022 Park Street.. 1372 354-7888 Cassat, 387.5626 or 'i <;1 lU ::'HQMJ: f tt WAS ROSES': Color drama comedy starring Walter Mat-

't IlKQ! m1XitB!\ JI'. starring Patricia Neal and Jack theau and Anne Jackson. A-G (92'
WANTED mins.)
...d Albertson. G-E ((107 mins.)
Man to work, Part-time or full-time to JUSTISS TRAILER PARK HOSPITAL: 'CASTLE KEEP'
repair sewing machines and stereos. 1 Qtr. Mile AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast
No.
of NAS, Clean modern
1606 Main Street. FRIDA OCTOBER 24
Apply Phone 353-
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1946. trailers and Apts. 389 3007. and West Coast 353 3691. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29

NAS: 'THE IMPOSSIBLE
WIVES MOBILE LIVINGOF JACKSONVILLE 1966 SUNBEAM ALPINE YEARS'-Color comedy starring NAS: 'DIRTY DOZEN' -Color
2 to 10:30 shift, High school grad., 18. New Tires,'Battery. Excellent. Call action drama starring Ernest
(Azalea Mobile Home and
Park4) Mile David Niven, Lola Albright
26 to with sales
help promotionalwork. 765-2340 evening or weekend.
No exp. necessary but must be North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near Ozzie Nelson. G-VG (102 mins.) Borgnine and Robert Ryan. A-E
schools and shopping center. Clean, (149 mins.)
able to meet the general public. HOSPITAL: HANG EMHIGH'
and reasonable rates. 1969 YAMAHA ENDURO
Manager
Starting salary$115.per week offeredto on HOSPITAL: 'THE SECRET
premises. Children and pets welcome. DT-1B, 250cc, Brand New. Just
qualified applicants. Call Mrs. LIFE OF AN AMERICANWIFE'OPEN
.6301 Roosevelt 389-9226. returned from WestPac Wife forces
McGuire 398-5784 for appt. between
8:30: & 3 p.m. sale. Substantial discount. Lt. SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 '
'DAYWG1n, SAYLMG5'1IIEtt4osN
Hiltabldle VA-87. Ph. 771-3211, Ext. \
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 175.
SECRETARIAL HELP WANTED 12 x 60 Frontier, Large LR, Two Air NAS: 'GORATH' -- Color -

Immediate opening, must be good Conditioners, 6x8 storage shed, 1969 CHEV. BISCAYNE science fiction starring an in OC1D a 26

typist, salary open, call 3887676. washer-dryer Kitchen, Near, chain-link Cecil 7718583.fence Elect. 2 Dr., Sedan, Excellent cond., 2100 ternational cast. G-G ((85 mins.) ,,\,,\.Ii/i4/i
Continental Ins. Underwriters. miles, practically new. To be sold to NAS MATINEE: 'DAYS OF
highest bidder. Ph. 772.2218 weekdays '" '-
f THE EVIL GUN' Color western -- -
HELPWANTEDI before 4:30.:
Evenings weekends. Servicemen E- FOR SALE OR RENT starring Glenn Ford and Arthur I3DQ,14 -
4 or below, married with mechanical 10 x 55 Mobile Home, 2 BR, Washing 1969TRIUMPH Kennedy. WD-
ability. Morris Pure Service (Center. machine, Very Good Cond., Near GT6+
1536 Cassat Ave., See or call Morris, Cecil, Assume payments. Phone 264- 5 months old. Like new,$2500. Ph. 264-
3843360. 6719. 9640.
SUNDAY

HELP WANTED 12 x 60 WINDSOR
Need salesmen, for growing Used Car Central air cond., & carpet., 2 BR,
dealership. Call 786-2112 or 786-2954. Front living room, $1000 equity or best
offer and take over payments. 772.2830

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YOU WANT TO BE .. We gave them the VW 16 point Safely and Performance In '. .
A DISC JOCKEY pectlon. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything
that needed It. And guaranteed them l007 for the repair or

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OIL HEATERS ENGINE "TRANSMISSION 'REAR 'FRONT AXLE
Cleaned and Serviced. Central Units, ASSEMBLIES SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM;
Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur. WATERFRONT
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around living. Easy terms.
ditioning. Lake Shore 4711 Palmer year
Ave. 388 5161. Mobile Homes Welcomed 1 Mile Eastof ....", 1'1
Lake Ashbury on 209. Also new Call
GEORGE'S KENNELS restricted sub division near com 388-2755 69 MUSTANG $24952Door

Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickup pletion. Contact La Rue 725 3992. Hardtop, V-8, Auto trans.
and delivery Est. 1925, Poodle
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 HOMES FOR RENTOR SALE! 68 MUSTANG $1995

Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and We help- NAVY ,Quick Move In Call 2-Door Hardtop, V-8, Auto trana., R&H.
Edgewood) 389 0064 us firstl) Courteous Service.
SILLAY REALTY COMPANY Get him offta 61 VW SUNROOF $795Heater

389.6201 New Paint.
NEED FORM 171
62 VW SEDAN
Updated for Upgrading? Need a $895
resume of past fob experience? R. H. FOR RENT OR SALE Mal Wheels, Radio and Heater. '
'Revels Cedar River Services 384- Houses and Apts. Equity VA & FHA red white and
'
64 VW 1500' $11952Door
7298. resales. $100 down. Call Powell or. SEDAN
USN Ret.264.2411 Orange Park
Mills blue ribbon Radio & Heater.
FOR SALE Realty, Military Free Notary.
Live' crabs and fresh fish, Row Mullet, 65 VW SEDAN $1195Radio
fat deep freezers by orders. Wilford start.HW & Heater.66VW .
LAKESIDE ESTATES
Fish Camp. 264-9707.
Conv. to NAS, Large BR, 2 Bath, **"" > -- SEDAN $1295
Large panelled family room,
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS Radio & Heater.
fireplace, utility room, central heat
Consoles some with AM FM, tape and air. Call owner at 2646321. 67 VW SEDAN ",
players. At dealers cost to liquidate $1495Radio
stock. Full warrantyl) Phone 771 0409.. & Heater.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
1969 SINGER ZIG ZAG 2'/2: acres of land, duplex apart. 49x31 68 VW SEDAN $1695
In cabinet, Buttonhole, Blind Hem, feet. New paint, FHA qualify. For Radio & Heater
Monograms, All built in, $52.23 or Info. Call 7716225. Shown by appoint. .
easy terms. To see call credit 66 MUSTANGconvertible$1695

manager. 388-0784. SHAPED RANCH V-8, Auto. trana., Air Cond., Radio & Heater, Black Top

DISTRIBUTOR SURPLUS OAK HILL PARK 63 OLDS F85 $995 .

Stereo,42 in.walnut console.New AM. Brick & Block,3 BR. & 2 Bath, Convertible, Radio & Heater,
Power
772- & air, eat in Kitchen, Steering.
FM, $88 full price. Terms. Phone Central heat
8076. Service Discount Co. 6110 103rd. built in range & oven, DR., sunken 64 RAMBLER AMER795
Living Room, finished Utility room, Pass the cigars. Announce his
landscaped lot, fenced yard, screened 2-Door R&H. "
arrival. And welcome him into
SINGER LIKE NEW COND. patio, carport, pear" both bases, all ...
You can have for repair bill. $19.50. schools and shopping. S/. loan, $121 a the world with U.S. Savings OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
Several other bargainsportable and mo. Call after 6 p.m. 7717386.
cabinet models.6437 Wilson Blvd., 771- Bonds. It's a secure and easy

5028. way to save for his personal WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

No reasonable SELLING OUTIII offer I refused. tf: Mjiliilj: :IMR E NT Ls .itMi: : W$; future. Sign up where you

STEREOS all makes and models, work or bank.

Consoles, components, tape players, INC.

combinations. A-1 1 Music Center 1606 2 BR, UNFURN. HOUSE US Savings Bonds, ,

Main St.GERMAN SHEPERD $60.5937 mo.Seaboard 771-4324.Ave. Water furnished, new Freedom Shares 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 7815511Open -


Female, AKC, Black and silver, 6'/2 Daily 8 to 830 Saturday 8 to 5' Sunday 1 to 6 PMOctober '-
HOUSE NEAR NAS .
3 BR
J. .
mos.,All shots, Intelligent beauty.
B. Bailey NAS Cecil Ex. 342 or 2 BR, Den, Garage, $175 a ,mo. Call ,,;
3874658.
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MAD's football team continues to yards for a second period touch
cruise toward a third consecutivetitle down. Moments later Dan
,'the pistol team turned in Tillerson downed the Deserters !___ %
another bulls-eye performance, quarterback for a safety. ?
and two men reenlisted to pace The Marines led'24-0 at the half _
the activity at the the Marine and added the finishing touches q
Aviation Detachment last week. with a 78-yard pass play endingthe
Sgt. John Hollis reenlisted for game.
six years. During the informal The pistol team turned in
: ceremony, Sgt. Hollis was another sparkling performancewith .. .,;f.' '
promoted to his present rank, Richard Kinnell leading the >>.4..." t. .,,:..-j'..., ". :
ryryry
received his first Good Conduct } 4 '""'' ft1t.ll J 3"",
Medal, was discharged and way.Kinnell won all three master ., .4': ''?''' ;l
quickly reenlisted. Hollis is a matches and picked up the Grand '
cook at Galley Three. Aggregate Title. w ft\tt: \ GySgt. Theodore Williams, an Mike Bonafide, an AO'B' ur t .
AO instructor with 21 years in the School student,fired a blazing 866 t;;::,,>"
Corps, reenlisted for three more of 900 to be the District Master
years last week. winner. ::1 B Ua t1Y
On the sports scene the MAD Currently the team is firing in
football team finally ran up a the NAS Fall Intramural league. S +t 6 tI ..1
score of 32-0, swamping the With,two matches remaining, the N:1. $10,000 ,
Deserters.Les Marines are 6-0.
Carroll uncorked three The District Scout Executive,
scoring tosses to Pete Edwards, George Handley! of the North
two extra points tosses to Paul Florida Boy Scouts of America
Deputy and another to Edwards presented a scout coffee cup to L
; for the offense.On Marine Aviation Detachment
the defense, George Moody Executive Officer, Maj. MauriceA. Mrs. Fleming, AW2 Fleming and RAdm. Hubbell
returned an interception some 25 .Holder for his help

Darter Nets $10,000 Re-Up BonusJax


4 A variable reenlistment 45. It was almost like having the squadron has maintained a 38.2
FREEMAN'SK1NGSLEY bonus multiple of four netted hunted recruit the hunters; Adm. percent retention rate among
AW2 Bruce E. Fleming of Patrol Hubbell is a former submariner.A first tour personnel.
Squadron 45, '$8,000 when he designated aircrewman,
..Ntu.rft shipped over for six years Oct. 10. Fleming enlisted in the Navy in A GOOD THOUGHT
'y Coupled with the $2,000 regular January 1966. From April until WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
reenlistment bonus, the VRB September he attended classes at "A thoughtful mind, when it
,\ AND MOUND ST. entitlement brought Fleming'stotal the Naval Aviation Technical sees a nation's flag, sees not
ORANGE PARK, FLORIDA bonus check to a plump Training Center in Memphis, the ;flag and only whatever, but the nation be its itself -
$10,000.RAdm.. Tenn.,graduating at the top of his symbols, its insignia may, Jie reads
WINTER RATES L. E. Hubbell, com class 'A' school. chiefly in the flag the govern-
Mon.-Frl. play from 4 PM 6 PM for 50$ mander Cruiser Destroyer His primary duty is that of the ment, the principles the truths,
Kid's Day Sat. 10 AM til 2 PM 50* Flotilla Six, administered the JEZ-SONO operator on Crew 13. the history which belongs to the
Reg. Hrs. 4 PM to 10'PM Sun. I PM 10 PM ... oath of enlistment in a ceremony He also has the responsibility for nation that sets it forth."
Special Rates for Groups & Parties attended by Mrs. Fleming, Capt.D. performing limited in-flight Henry Ward Beecher
W. Herlong,commander Fleet maintenance. He is the ,
PHONE: 264-5801 PAY AND ALLOWANCES
Air Wing 11, and Cdr. R. A. squadron's designated NATOPS
1 Mason, commanding officer VP- instructor for the JEZSONO.Fleming's The average U.S. Army soldier -
costs,
bonus brings the $6,830 to pay and
equip for one year: $3.000 for
total bonuses earned by VP-45 his basic salary, the remainderfor
LOW RENT LOW TAXES etc. means.. personnel to approximately equipment, benefits food,
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Cecil Sports 'i;e:a : x. 'S S aw wSaw aow.'a #.:w t. 'wa ; 2o4b. WAt :
I Roundup >

By SMC George Blackburn


'Touch Football'came and then under
their
the rain came, so the second half terback Tom belts Sabin now. Quar- 'i ..
has been I.M I.M'i :
of the season has gotten-off to a blessed with a number of fine
slow start.: receivers who have had much too
with wins over VA-15 and i
VA-174 picked-up where they ADMIN (coupled with a forfeit
finished when the rains came, win over Weapons). They are
and were able to edge past AD- now tied for first place with VA. I'X trsk'
MIN and bombard Weapons 40-0. 174 because of their overtime win .
The Cecil Field Marines, who are against ADMIN ((18-2)). ':..
hoping to give VA-174 a run for The league standings for both I A .:
the second half championship, American and National Leaguesare .*::*
have taken two, downing VA-15 as follows: W i
and defeating ADMIN 40-30.
American League i
Monday's action included a VA-174 3 0 % ),
dual between quarterbacks, as VA-44 3 0 :$* '
A
VA-174 'Hellrazors' downed the Marines 2 1 GREAT
Marines 3014.SGT. Nelson of the VA-15 0 2
Marine team ran and passed the Weapons 0 2
Marines to the first score of the ADMIN 0 3'
game, but 'Hellrazor' Don National League
Jackson found his receivers open,
play after play, to defeat the tuff VA-12 2 0 nLI
Marine team. VA-172 1 1
NEWORANTS
VA-45 1 1 LI :
The VA-44 'Hornets' are VC-4 1 1
stirring around with three winsSPECIAL VA-105 1 1

:::. ::: VA-37 0 2 ''I: ;. ,. ;: .
Bowling: The Thursday : ,' "
National League appears to havea "
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half champion of 'push-a-pin'in AOMD action as the nears first J r COMING .>< :

.65 PLYMOUTH;;; completion. They are almost ten :'} :'
games ahead of their competitorswho
;j Radio and Heater 1; are engaged in a struggle for I ;

I;;1: ?. ?. ?. ?. 7. ?. ?. ?.. 1.... second place honors. Other r We'll be ready to greet you:
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last week were VA174No.
j 3 and VA-45. VA-174 No. 3 j
I 64 RAMBLER $777 busted ADMIN's bubble in their t\\1 /.. :
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have lost their touch I
THURSDAYOCTOBER
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:|:: 65 V.w. $795 :::: has slipped from contention as
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i;:> 67 FIREBIRD $1888 r: they dropped. three games to II
BOQ. ? Circle the date in red. Make a note of our address if you
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1 Standings in the league are: j drive a car, have a family or a home or a garden..or just a""

WHITTENMOTORS AOMD 28 8 r 1 hankering for great values. Plan to be here when the ribbon ::
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I ; VA-44 VA-174 No.3 21 20 15 16 s ti j: -a complete retail department store. We'll be waiting.

VA-174 NAMTD No.No.2 20 18 16 19 r COME ON OVER..WE'RE OPENING. OCT. 30

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m LOne The Secretary of the Navy are involved or will be involved in
i:" SN Pat Williams feet, according to the captain of new first class was ad announced the third Navy Public the future with the public,such as
'R.< the boat. vanced, AQB1 J. W. Dudek. Speaking Seminar to be held at recruiters, public affairs per
Fishing Trip Although many got sea sick out Dudek works at the Aviation Houston,Tex., Nov. 9-22. sonnel or members of the Blue
l, there while grasping onto the Ordnance Shool. The seminar in the Shamrock and Gold.If .
That deep sea fishing trip that boat with one hand and the They received their certificatesfrom Hilton Hotel is open to all Navy you are interested and needto
read about in this column not
>' you took Sunday. fishing gear with the other, two the NATTC executive of- personnel on active' duty, know more about this seminar
so long ago place sea bass and one dolphin were ficer in a ceremony at Building reservists on two weeks active contact the Office of Information,
', Twenty left people, mostly that morning students, caught. 500.* duty for training, and Navy (Navy Department, Speech
"" aboard Mayport the Kiawah. Re-UP Department Civilian personnel Bureau), Washington, D. C.
The seminar will place its emphasis *
The water rough,
was pretty Christmas Mail the in
< with some swells as high as 15 AE1 Donnie C. Powers, a on Navy spokesman
relations. Personnel
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Fourth Annual

.C-cilite.Top Guesser;
Jax Regatta : I

4 Wb Misses USC-lrish Tilt,
Starts SundayJax

Alas t No wise wonder in the with VA-174 since April.
-The Fourth Annual NAS V I, football prognosticating world The fifth week winner is
Jax Regatta will be held this V managed a perfect mark this married and an avid rooter of the
Sunday as 100 sailboats are ex week BECAUSE no one had the Baltimore Colts and' New
pectedto compete in the day-long foresight to pick Notre Dame and Orleans Saints.
event on the St. John's. USC to tie. Man, (hope this Three other entries finished *
The regatta will kickoff with a doesn't alienate any Irish fans) with 9.1 marks,but couldn't come
pre-registration party Saturday xA you should know that Ara baby near matching Ingle's tie
evening at 7:30: at the Sail Club a will settle for a tie (not around breaker selection. They were B.
with registration Sunday from 8 0 the neck either) any day of the H. Lawson, Cecil Field: John
to 9 a.m.A skipper's meeting will week! Remember the game of LaDavia, a metal inspector at
follow at 9:30: with the first race the century, between Notre Dame NARF and Lt. Jim Hand Ad-
starting at 10:30.: and Michigan State in '66? miral Stroh's aide at Com-
The regatta is open to all Anyhow, Cecil Field now flies FairJax.
sailing enthusiasts and officialsof high in 'grid guessers' esteem as
the event expect sailing buffs one of their entries captured the
from three States to take part. contest for the first time.T. I Super KeglerJax I
Sixteen classes and an open T.D. Ingle VA-174 Dwight Ingle of Attack
division will be run in the day Squadron 174 a squadron that
long affair. contributes vigorously to the Nick Blasioli, a NARF
You PickNAME 'Urn contest -selected nine of the ten machinist, rolled one of the
games correctly and picked highest series in the area last
r Football RANKTITLEDUTY Michigan State to dump week as he recorded 717 in the
Michigan 2414. The actual score NAS Independent Men's Bowling ,"
STATION was 23.12 MSU. League.
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Standings PHONE N0. Blasioli,who 204 pins
Ingle, a 20-year old Aviation averages
(Team listed first I is visitor Fire Control Technician from per game, was red hot as he
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National Asheville, N. C., has been in the notched scores of 221,227,and 269
Won Lost ST. LOUIS CLEVELAND- (NFL) Navy for a year and a half and in the 16 team league.IT'S .

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NARTU 6. 1 OAKLAND. SAN DIEGO (AFL)
Hospital 2 3 1
FICEUR 2 5 UCLA STANFORD
Air Ops 1 5 TIME FOR ACHANGE

Medical 0 5 OKLAHOMA KANSAS ST..AUBURN' .

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RAdm. R.J. Stroh and v, ,, f mr In American League The Red Darters of VP-45
Capt. H.O. Cutler will do the II r f action last Wednesday Admin became the latest team'to smash
honors in a ribbon cutting 9 rolled to its fourth win ,of the MARTD a-s they dumped the
ceremony Friday afternoon at 2 season by edging a stubborn Leathernecks 146. Charlie
that will formally re-open all 18 AMD squad 8-0. Tim Sweeney put Barber and Don Wilson did the
holes at the NAS Jax golf course. the lone touchdown over as he scoring damage for the Darters
This will mark the completionof 1. .hooked a pass from! .quarterback on touchdowns runs and Wilsor
a five month renovation Dennis McLaughlin and raced in. also added two points on con
project involving all 18 fairways 41 Steve Howard added the extra versions. MARTD's lone score
,receiving new Bermuda grass. 4 Vg$ points and it was enough to win as came on a TD by Tony Boyer but
Nine holes remained open theAdmin, defense allowed little it wasn't enough as they dropped
throughout the summer while the : i yardage. The win enabled Adminto their seventh game against, one
other nine received the new move into second place with a
\grass. The back nine holes were 3 xiCHAMPION possible slot in the playoffs.In 'win.Hospital whipped FICEUR in
completed first and golfers have action Thursday Hospital action Monday 25-6 as Steve
been well pleased with the fine picked up their second win and Freeby crossed over for two
quality grass from which to play EAGLES-Sal Molle puts a grip on the American League handed Air Ops their fifth loss touchdowns and Ted
from the fairways. Championship trophy and accepts congratulations from Capt. H.O. in a tough 12-8 battle. Willy Maximowicz added another for
The course will all 18 holes Cutler, NAS commanding officer. Molle captained the VP-16 squad to Durkin and Del Penn each scored the winners. Ron Wright put the
for regular play open starting a perfect 10.0 slate in intramural competition and gets the beaming for the winners and Billy Orr six pointer on the board for
approval of his skipper, Cdr. R.H. Schulze.
Saturday. tallied all eight points in a losing FICEUR.
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America that we possess a sound National defense; and ., i
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WHEREAS, It Is well known that our strong Navy and Marine Corpsare
making great contributions to the security of our nation

and free men everywhere; and .

WHEREAS, the mobile forces of the Navy manned by highly trained
and dedicated personnel provide a deterrent force virtuallyfree
from surprise attack; and

WHEREAS, since 1922, October 27th has been celebrated nationally and.
locally as Navy Day, a day on which It Is only fitting"and proper
that the citizens of this great nation give well deserved honor
and recognition to the achievements of our mighty Navy and w ; ; a tr, 4
particularly to its heroic men and women-living and dead-all

over the world, for their patriotism, loyalty, efficiency and IM hukk +dl
devotion to .
duty k :

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Hans G. Tanzler, Jr., Mayor of the City of Jacksonville
.. Florida, do hereby proclaim Monday, October twenty-seventh, .
Nineteen Hundred Sixty-Nine as
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and call upon all citizens of Jacksonville to take part in .,

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Navy Day 1969 marks the 194th anniversary of the HT
United State. Navy. The same spirit which '
guided the men of the Continental Navy is foundin ,
I our Navy today--with its supersonic jet >; ,',
aircraft, nuclear power and sophisticated weapons
systems. But just as it was during the days of
1775, the courage, leadership and dedication of
our Navy men and women remain the hallmarks of
our great Navy.

This year's theme, "Oceanic Leadership--Opportunities
Unlimited," is particularly appropriate in calling
attention to the unprecedented challenges which
confront this nation--and the role the Navy plays
in meeting those challenge.

Today the United States is facing a concerted
Soviet maritime challenge on the oceans of the
world. Our oceanic leadership is being tested in
other areas--the merchant marine, underseas
technology, and fishing. There still exists a
hot war in Southeast Asia, with other potential
hot spots simmering around the globe. Expensive
equipment or complex management systems alone will
not provide the "oceanic leadership" so vital to
the future health and security of the United States.
L' .. That prime responsibility rests with the dedicated
: people of the Navy.
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The forces within the Jacksonville Complex are
i4 c providing that leadership and playing an importantrole
in today's naval operations. Our installationsare
presently providing more support to the
fleet--with fewer personnel and reduced r.sourcethan
at any time in our history. Our ships .and squadrons
have, and are now serving, combat tours in Southeast
\ yk Asia and deployments to other important areas of the
I world.

;,). I It On this Navy Day 1969, I salute the men and women
of the Jacksonville Complex who are serving with
pride and devotion. You reflect great credit
upon your families, your Navy and your nation.
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,'". JCC Chuck Schroyer r- spirit and willing action of those
.\ ,: .......; \ ; '. ; HAS JacksonvillePublic young sailors as much as their

Affairs Office i training.For .

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1iM.11' ,. .... 'oN'j tip sailor of 1969 describe the
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reflects the vibrant and changing bluejacket of today, there are a

society that produced him. He ii dozen other specifics that make

comes from the small towns of ( ,. each man different from another.

.p middle America and the Among intellectuals it's

h r sprawling metropolises of New popular to describe young persons .

0:' York, Chicago and Los Angeles. from their actions and

He's bigger, brighter and more reactions within a group. While

: aware of the world in which he young sailors do have many of

U. S.J"ILY.NAVAL AIR IwwMh STATION..... .. Mr_ .::'::: lives than his predecessor who the same characteristics, individually

I.. I ::: went off to bootcamp a quarter of they defy the norm.They're .

a century ago. Chances are he'll as perplexing and
COMMANDTNG OFFICER'S NAVY DAT MesSAGI! :::: as
be whisked off in jet age fashionto
As ws prepare to celebrate Navy Day i9ojt 1* fitting ::: complicated as the structures of f
time to recall tho uny chall.ngIS that our Nary his aot ,:; recruit training, imbued with
end rc... during tu I" ,.... of anslce to thh pat American society from which
l::, :: the spirit of '76 and the highest _
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ideals of 20th Century youth.As
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individual Navyaen that has dominated against, all od'.. with him the
::: sailor he brings
:. Th. -cradle btu l. the ewa.who hvclearea enemy aetherspassed ,- .:. rural Americans 'today. Intermingledwithin
munition to keep long guns pounding enemy petition, philosophy ,of America's
and climbed tote a plan** cockpit to bo Uunch.d i: from car- ::: the Navy team, they giveit
rttrt into the heat of battl. bare added to thach areas and the bustle of city life.
.pt.r that h.... ..d. tb. Hn,Th.r.n, of victory ill war :: variety and substance.The .
::: ambitions talents,
The interests ,
,
On the other side of the col., the Navyman h.. won nimaroue ::: Navy's the better for it.
other billion la the fight for human pride and dignity. The .'. apathy and vigor of youth reflecthis
credit |oea to ehonion ho have painted erphanafei in Europe, Probably ,the one most important
built hoipltal facilltloi for the sick in Vietnam, andclimbed ::: past as he melts into the great r
4' into the cockpit to fly relief It.aa to the victimsof .:. conclusion that be
hurrlcanei and other dh..t.... They have added to lb.Navy's '.' of recruits to form a can
.put.Ho" of urtlte t. .."kI.'. : : collage
: theorized about today's
hen thinking of this ,...'. Navy Day theme .. Oceanic ::: company ''In a new world of young
Leadership ... Opportunitiea Unlimited.. .. it nlht be appropriate :': uniforms and formations. bluejacket is that he has given of
to add a third phrase Challenges Unprecedented
::: himself. Whether he's dischargedin
Teda : Naryo.n and uo.oo .re f.ced with a .hooting war Weeks later he emerges from
band, : 0011 ::
one and so unpr.dtctabi. cold war en tho oth.r. : or three or
...,..tho th.n cAalluga our .foro.of Iotb. th., an. ilring .or. .f thasolos. :.'..: San Diego, Great Lakes or the way it's done' or 'It's theNavy's one year years--

they are bain) required to ...t tho challenges of longer .:a':. Orlando a little taller and with way of doing things.' ''' ;,Dt <;..i4N,. ....! IJ//J
deployments challenges of maintaining equipment that two small of white or 'M: >< ''''; M.< '' '
.lIihh. stripes ''' '
'
; is <* '
mi ::: bluejacket a ;
more sophisticated each day the ch.l- Today's young #"A --- ', \. '
tong.. to ...t th. OYer Incnaiog d..anda .lIcod o. the :': crimson the sleeve of ''Y.' "
on
Navy In Ito position .. this nation's defense tow. green or challenge to the leadership "" '<"' .v'
: wrmw
: !#.
>*4'5; '
T. those at HAS Jacksonville who h... aacriflced to help ::: his newly tailored blues. capabilities of petty officers and ,. ,1.t1''J.' : .... 'n_ "
this Otatton..et its requirements during this ,,,',
many past of A +
year. I offer air praise. You have shown initiative anddetermination ::: Unlike his predecessor a officers alike. He's no longer .d' 'bl -'
in difficult ttmee. You, too, are adding '
"
"
to the Navy's cTotloulag biaory .f noting ivory cba ::: 'seaman' 'airman.' He's "
I.".. wUh bald and n.elute .ctlol. :.: or \ ,
:: Brown or Watson or Washingtonan ,'

A :.: individual! He is interested in U

H. O. :::: the why of things, not necessarily t
::
C.pwtn. uM. Navy '.:.. because of a desire to buck the
Commanding Officer ''
::: system but because he's interested a

"0 r in himself, his ship-

u mates, his city, nation and the

world. He may not necessarilyagree

with or understand the

perplexing intricacies of'' in-

ternational politics or missions or
.
",>.. deployments or a thousand other

things that are his lot while in r J

Igtslcdlk uniform.Let .

"" him know he's importantand -, qt ?
he'll double and redouble his g 4 ega w

\.f.- efforts to prove himself worthy.By .

8 their very nature sailors

-' {. seem a grumbling lot. It's a way stays on for twenty or thirty, he

i'r I of life at sea. It helps while away has helped make this country's

..". the time between work and the Navy the greatest in the world.

ever incessant talk of girls and And if he has worn a uniform with

home. Perhaps these youngstersseem pride for any time at all, he'll be

couple of decades ago, odds are a little immature to older better for it.

his next stop will be one of the hands. But American youth, it As the Navy celebrated its

Navy's widely scattered seems has an inherited ability of 194th anniversary this week, it is

y yr0.NANaNS technical schools where he'll carefree gaiety. They have the meeting challenges unprecedented .

I learn to maintain or maneuver a ever present ability to find humorin in the "history off

sophisticated piece of gadgetry the most depressive o mankind.To .

he'll one day find aboard ship. situations.But the messcooks, mechanics,

:.::. Months quickly elude youth and when the chips are down, barbers and bakers, electricians

:::: NAvq.TATION4ra'.T OACssWNTao.Tarp soon the recruit is through with it's these same young men that and technicians who continue to
.
::: IIIW WM 13 October 1969 advanced training and findshimself are able to react the quickest: and carry on in the finest traditions of

:: The then for levy liar this year "Oceania Laadenhlp", aboard ship or at one of remain steady in the face of the naval service, a WELL
.:. keynote tho challenging goal till U... lavy face la to....,'. the seemingly thousand danger. DONE this the 194th an-
one and on
::: troublcaoB tin** Jt 1* a goal that .. will aehlevm only ,
':..:' through feeaioaal th men. development of th* a<.of. a quality fleet manned by porn one other places that has an When explosions ripped the niversary of the United States

.. empty billet. flight decks and brought havoc to Navy.
Sea power 1* vital now aa It hos been throughout sob
:.}: .of U* 1911 yean during which we have inn a fledgling seaenrlra He reports to his new commandsure two of the Navy's great aircraft Each deserves the salute of a
: grow Into the organisation know .....
ve '
) v. tbs Ben carriers
:::: of that fraud service mat perpetuate that growth by evidencing of himself but not sure of months ago, it was the grateful nation.

::.:: tho aeamanahip iam' dedication aa did our to counterpart UM bael principal throughout of prafoaaioaal. peat year. the system. He'll do what he's young Navymen who earned the

::: Ship that have deployed from Mmyport, during the post asked and then some, but he grateful praise from senior of
:-: year have epemtad U dangaroua watere and have boon] eipoood wants to know why? Sailor '69 ficers after the tragic events. It
to
r: the violence of nations at war. They and their Ben have
::. eerved with distinction. The** officer and Baa have .boon a no longer is content with the was refreshing to hear someone .r
': rdlt to our Pap and have truly ....4 the fin. tributes.
.
:.::. to that maintain.Other they have. ) been accorded by tho free world which we seek elusive answers 'Because that's speak out on behalf of the youth
'.' ful bluejackets who faced the
::: units deplore and became a part of "'. U... Force dangers of fire
.
:.:: .nt., with th* north Atlantic Treaty Organisation in tAe and exploding
::: Mediterranean. 'They proudly shoved our flag and representedour bombs to save their
L nation and our lavy it a Banner that me rite our ealutea ship and
::: and a "Well Dona* for their worthwhile, but leas glamourous shipmates.So .
::: cootrlbutUon malntalalng "'. freedom of th* sea*.
:::: impressed was the Navy's
Military peraonnel here at the
Mayport Naval Station have
:.::.: la a similar Banner further enhanced th* fine reputation of top admiral in the Pacific Admiral
,
:: tho elation .
and have fully validated th
facility's Bottot
.:.: 'rtno., oenriee for tho fist rl.e" ...". John H. Hyland, com
:
.:: All of you, of flue re, elvll earrtee, enlisted am and yea, mander in chief of the US.
::: )'Iv.i... and families, can look with pride upon th. accomplish Pacific Fleet at
the
:.:. Bat of the past '.IP. You have provided th* ."pportII.., time of the
: ha permitted th. fleet to accomplish. their alas Ion. Without Enterprise fire
you our coal certainly would not have .boa _i..4. that he
A .9 ,, remarked
1': Proud aa ve may. be of our aecomplishmenta. : 'They did the
.. w* BUS*alas be
: humbled by the thought of the sacrifice things very
of those who gave quickly and
-:::: their lira a* that w. Bight live our. RBmbr them and ve
:.: their contribution aa you go about your daily maelanment and courageously. Many
-:: vhea. you attend church. Sunday. ...ri., th* name uniform which in that
:': they too wore, remember your ahlpmatea and their loved con. 9 herpes ship came forward
::: la Tarrm1an.. and
:

.' ....kIJ J..J.r' situations repeatedly that were accepted gravely H He
r' .
:.:':. v. D. DIm control dangerous. They got it under
and then
::: got it extinguished

: .. ..... . . .. .. in a remarkably
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Navy Day Worship Service Schedule Prayer for Our NavyHAS


Jacksonville 0 Eternal God, Creator of the Universe and Governor of Nations: Most
heartily we beseech thee with thy favor to behold and bless thy servant -

Protestant: ., ..... .. the President of the United States, and all the officers of our
SpecialEdition At All Saints's Protestant Chapel, Government, and so replenish them with the grace of thy Holy Spirit
the spirit of Navy Day will be that they may always incline to thy will and walk in thy way. Bless the
proclaimed in the divine servicesto Governors of the several states, and all who are in authority over us;
be conducted at 10 a.m. on Oct. give them Grace to execute justice and maintain truth that peace and
26. This service will include happiness, religion and piety, may be established among us for all

special choral singing, prayers, f generations.May .
sermon and military observance.
Catholic: the ships of our Navy be guarded by thy gracious Providenceand
Is Made possible. In St. Edward's Catholic care. May they not bear the sword in vain, but as the minister of
Chapel, the Navy Day Mass will God be a terror to those who do evil and a defense to those who do well.
by theadvertisers be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Oct.
26. Graciously bless the officers and men in our Navy. May love of
country be engraven on their hearts and may their adventurous spirits
hereto
HAS Cecil Field and severe toils be duly appreciated by a grateful nation; may their
id by lives be precious in thy sight, and if ever our ships of war should be
engaged in battle, grant that their struggles may be only under an
Protestant: enforced necessity for the defense of what is right.
the feHewlii refiliradvertisers Divine worship service will beHeld

at 10:30: a.m. in the 1 Bless all nations and kindreds on the face of the earth and hasten the
ii Protestant Chapel. time when the principles of holy religion shall so prevail that none
Catholic: shall wage war any more for the purpose of aggression, and none shall
Navy Day Mass will be need it as a means of defense.
the JM Ak News, celebrated at noon in the Catholic' Amen

Chapel.

AfterbirRer cad!

NS Mwert NOTE:This prayer is to be used in opening meetings (all standing).
Miypert Mkrer. Itis an adaptation of a prayer offered by the Reverend Doctor Sud-
dards, at the launching of a Navy ship at the Philadelphia Navy Yardin
Protestant: 1843, and is the only instance of prayer at a U. S. Navy launching
Divine worship service will be discovered in examined records, 17981914. The full text of the original
held at 10:15: a.m. in the prayer was sent to Washington by Mrs. Renold T. Hall, president of
ABC Mobile Homes Protestant Chapel. the Society of Sponsors of the United States Navy, in 1914, with the
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11 I The Seas... Home for Ships, C hallenge to Science I


'1\ nations, either by direct treaty, slow down for refueling.
'. By J03 Rick Kunz sources of food and a vital force potential crisis in the 10'sdeveloped other agreement. The Averaging 20 knots or better the
Jarf Air News Staff behind a free country. only 90 miles from our or by of these nations have a entire way could prove vital froma
Crisis majority
Today, we still control these shores. The Cubal Missile boundary, they borderon strategic standpoint for the
Jax-Now that man has proven avenues of the sea but our was resolved with a dramatic Soviet common the oceans of the world. To ability to maintain excessive
that his travels in space can be position is being challenged by confrontation between a out our committments of speed for long periods makes the
almost unlimited it becomes even the Soviet Union. shipping vessels meeting carry protection from un- huge ships less vulnerable to
more imperative that he Since World War II, there have United States quarantine missiles line friendly providing nations we must use sea attack from submarines.
generate the same motives that been repeated crises, some of and just as Soviet built whether it is to provide
the them political some economic, were brought into Cuba by sea power, Rich In ResourcesSea
the ,
him to on
took __.____.u.u moon___ __ ...... .1" troops,air support, or supplies in
fulfilling our promises.New Pdwer also extends under
DimensionsThe the surface of the ocean becauseas
ability to strike inland the population of the world
\, from the sea, either by sub- grows the\ untold resources found
tb','''6; marine launched missiles or by beneath the sea become vital.
carrier launched aircraft, has Food is only one'f the
added a new dimension in the resources in the vast reservoir of
striking force of a powerful navy. the sea. We are now turning
Polaris missiles can hit with seaward for fresh water, oil,
.e"A., ,., accuracy at a target 3,000 miles natural gas and raw materirls.
1 from its launch site below the Although we have barely
sea. Jet aircraft, loaded with scratched the surface ,in seeking
nuclear or conventional weapons, knowledge of the ocean depths
are over inland targets in only a there is a great need to move
matter of minutes when launched ahead in this area* if we are to
from the deck of a carrier. realize the full potential of the
oceans of his own planet. and some military. The ability to they were also removed by sea. Nuclear Navy .
Since the United States is a meet such a crisis with a displayof In referring to that crisis the oceans.Potentials Unlimited
maritime nation we depend upon our strength is a tribute to the late President John F. Kennedy Nuclear Task Force One Under the iact of modern
moving freely on the oceans. For flexibility and versatility of sea pointed out that this incident, like proved the advantages of havinga technology we have come to
centuries oceans have been the power. all those in history, showed that surface force free from any
avenues of commerce and One of the most dangerous of control of the sea means security, logistic support of black oil whenit realize the growing importanceof
and victory. completed its 65-day operation"sea sea power, not only as to its
peace
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had to meet. We are now com- the Tonkin Gulf ready for
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I Oceans Remain Earth's Last Frontier:.: I


Oceanography Research May ReapFood ,\.;,.


Minerals To Sustain MankindBy

JOSN Crl sty LorentzenJax
Air News Staff
Centuries before the construction of the first primitive watercraft, men were mystified and
astounded by the fascinating magnetism of the sea. The tides and movements of the earth's oceans
along with the sun's life-giving reflections upon the water's surface,gave birth to a variety of legendsand
ancient gods.From the depths of these superstitions rose man's curiosity, and he built boats! in
order to extend his realm beyond the earth's shores.As .
man's knowledge of the sea expanded,questions about the strange underwaterkingdombegan to
form in his mind- questions which, prior to the dawn of scientific research, could be answered only
by imagination and speculation. -

It was not until the Fourth In spite of the advancementsthat For many years now, sea
Century B.C. that oceanography have been made in the field, mammals have been known to
became a science in its own right. oceanography remains, for the possess a high degree of intelligence
The Greek scholar and most part, a vastly neglected and and their dispositionshave
philosopher, Aristotle made unexplored frontier. been found suitable for sea is still mainly in the ex- from the burden of large land
.documented observations on the Recent efforts on behalf of the training.Porpoises,seals and sea perimental stage. Fish protein purchases.
ocean and its creatures which U.S. Navy and independent lions are currently being trained concentrate (FPC) is a colorless, Oceanic discoveries are
show a surprising amount of research teams have been successful by the Navy to perform search odorless, tasteless 'fish flour' gradually opening new vistas
accuracy considering the limited in shedding light on the and rescue missions, deliver high in animal protein and which will eventually affect and
technology of his time. His subject, however. The Navy's small items, provide propulsionaid amino acids which are essentialto possibly even change our way of
writings helped pave the way for Sealab and Project Tektite experiments and assist in underwater a balanced diet. FPC is living. Fields seemingly
future scientists who, with more have aided researchby photography. The speed and manufactured in a process which unrelated to the ocean such as
advanced methods of research, providing close-up studies of aquatic maneuverability of these utilizes the entire fish and may be medicine and cancer researchare
took it upon themselves to proveor marine life and evaluations of the animals makes them ideally used as a good supplement in receiving valuable Information
disprove his theories. physiological effects of an underwater suited for aiding man in his quest breads, cereals, cakes and from the creatures
Today, with the Twentieth environment on human for underwater knowledge.With livestock: nutrition. It is highly that inhabit the depths. In-
Century nearing the end of its beings. the population of this economical, and would preventthe vestigations have proven that
seventh decade, man's Project Tektite, completed last planet growing at an ever- waste of trash fish which are marine invertibrates are apparently -
knowledge of the sea has increased April, was a 60-day mission in increasing rate, the demand for not normally marketable or immune to cancer, as
immeasurably to the which four 'aquanauts' carriedout food and living space becomes edible in any other form. are all animals living at depths of
great benefit of the human race. research experiments while more urgent each year. Scientistsare In addition to the underwater 6,000 feet and below. Facts suchas
Minerals and elements existing living in a habitat submersed In now looking to the sea for the dwellings being tested by the these present questions,
in unlimited quantities in 50 feet of water off the coast of the solutions to both of these Navy, the sea may provide a theanswers to which may
seawater are a largely untapped Virgin Islands. Information problems. suitable location for surface drastically alter the fate of
resource which may someday gained by the project added'new Marine farming, or apartments and housing com- mankind.
supply the earth with an abun insights to the technical, medical, aquaculture, is a process plexes. Floating neighborhoodscould Just as the, first microscopicforms
dance of valuable materials. The and biological aspects of whereby fish are bred and raised prove to be the perfect of life evolved from the
t. ocean's floor has already become oceanography. in a protected environment and solution to land shortage sea, future generations of
primary source of the world's oil. SeaLab III, the most recent ot then 'harvested' for consumer problems now being faced by humans and animals may turn to
\ Diamonds, gold, iron ore, the Navy's SeaLab experiments distribution. Aquaculture enjoys many of our major cities. this element for their sustenance..
coal,'tin and sulfur are now being involved a large crew greatest popularity in Japan, Already under construction in Food, medicine, and a whole new
mined from the sea, and of aquanauts who conducted tests where the yearly fish harvest Miami is the first of a proposedfleet world are gradually being unfolded -
seawater furnishes a large, from a habitat submerged in 610 numbers in the hundreds of of 'floatels'. The floating and revealed by the
portion of the nation's supply of feet of ocean water off the coastof millions. hotels have the advantages of earth's most ancient unpredictable -
table salt. southern California. Another source of food from the being mobile, scenic, and free mystery-the sea.
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An indication of NAS *i* ML ,.
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thought a lasting '
Jacksonville's portion of local :
partnership when a few civiliansand w k
activity is that travelup
Navymen gathered here 29 32,000 cars
and down Roosevelt Blvd. and
this month
years ago for the
pass through the station's main
commissioning of
ceremony gate each
Naval Air Station Jacksonville.On weekday. ,
Included are the Navymen and '"
the eve of World War. II, t
women who are assigned to
local citizens never thought that : ;
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in 1969 they would be living in the 1 '.*>;*,- -ri V ., '
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city in the nation. And in ';'"
largest Navy at NAS JAX and live in the '.", Ml
the fall of 1939 the Navy
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work for local firms that have .. ;'>' ...". ..,. ,
located in the, area today. .. '
building contracts at the air ,.. .. .'.. .
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Twenty-nine years ago '
station, delivery men bringing ,. .. "
station wasn't very impressivewith supplies from numerous city .. .
its few buildings and dusty ,
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businesses, and Jacksonville .',..'.
roads. Besides few ad-
dirt a
salesmen who sell their wares to
ditional buildings, the air station the Navy. '., ,

hadn't changed much from its : '
The payroll of Navy personneland l ,
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Franklin D. Roosevelt backed total Duval .'
County payroll, or
into the air station on newly laid .
some $220-million.:
tracks in the spring of 1941. More than $27-million is spent

World War II priorities soon annually with local merchantsand is one of the largest the air station for support in Facility is also active in
changed the face of the air station organizations for purchase of military industrial complexes in order to carry out their individual tracking hurricanes by use of

and buildings, fences and roads supply items, foodstuffs, and Florida, second only to Cape assignments.These weather satellite equipment.Each .
were completed in record time services for the air station.In Kennedy. commands include the of these commands and

under the demands of war. the area of utility purchasesfrom The $83-million facility Army and Air Force, a huge the many others aboard the

While a growing population and local concerns, the air overhauls Navy attack ,aircraft Naval Hospital and a technical station help make the Navy a

booming economy were changing station pays an average annual and has a civilian payroll of about training center which teaches The cooperation and respect
Jacksonville during the post-war electric bill of $800 thousand, a' $38-million annually. Local about 5,000 students a year. that the Navy and Jacksonville
years; the Korean conflict and fuel oil bill of$335-thousand and a civilians who work at the plant Among the other commandsare started 29 years ago is

the unsure peace of a cold war phone bill of $300thousand.Of overhaul and repair about 360 patrol squadrons for antisubmarine highlighted by the many hun-

situation were effecting the the 6,500 Jacksonville aircraft, about 2,500 engines and warfare patrols, and dreds of former Navymen who
growth of the three local military residents who are employed at some 75,000 aircraft parts each Weather Reconnaissance call Jacksonville 'home' and the

installations. A fourth. the air the air station, over one half workat year. Squadron FOUR, the Navy's many additional hundreds who

station at Green Cove Springs the Naval Air Rework Facility. In all there are over 40 separate famed 'Hurricane Hunters-/ have completed Navy careers
closed in 1962. One of seven such facilities in the commands aboard NAS Another command at the air and retired in the Bold New Cityof

Today, the Navy is an integral Navy, the local aircraft rework Jacksonville, each depending station the Fleet Weather the South.
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By YNSN Terry Compton, Project Transition I MAS JacksonvilleIt
was 1924, a year which found America deep in the as incoming CNO was perhaps thinking of something on mobilize to win the war (in Vietnam) at the time of the
throes of Prohibition. The country was on a binge; college these same lines when he said: decision to introduce land forces.
kids were eating live goldfish, people were sitting on 'Of course, we have problems. We, have serious And talking about the future he said:
flagpoles, skirts were above the ankle, and it was obvious problems: ... That's one of the reasons we have leaders- 'I think we must expect a continuation of these geurilla
that the youth of the day, flappers, country and all were leaders whose job it is to solve these problems. wars' ..a.nd that it was.... great mistake of the 1950's
going straight to the dogs. The Admiral elaborated on some of the problems he building ships without guns.
That same year a Georgia boy' named David Lamar faced during his service and some of the problems he 'Vietnam has put the American people in a frame of
McDonald left home and went to the U.S. Naval Academyto mind where they'll be very hesitant to maintain American
begin a career that would span one major war, one forces in foreign lands. Consequently it will become more
'police action', and Vietnam; a career that would include Pr and more important for us to have our preponderance of
nearly half a century of service, and would reach its high Adm. David L. military power in forces afloat, both for their deterrent
point in 1963 when he spoke these words: effect and because that is the quickest way to get a forcein
'Admiral Anderson, I relieve you, sir. Mr. Secretary, I McDonald, ; k action which is capable of fighting on arrival. I think of
report to you as Chief of Naval Operations. units like the Sixth Fleet.
Today, Admiral McDonald lives with his wife in Ponte USN (Ret.) 'With units like this we could be within reach of any
Vedra Beach and while this may not be symbolic, it's at trouble spot in the world without actually putting
least interesting to note that the ocean is still close by and American troops ashore.
that a short walk away a palm lined lake sparkles in the And finally, the Admiral commented on the special
medium through which the Navy has always.and will
sun.The Admiral is retired now and took time out from his always function:
busy schedule to talk about the Navy, its satisfactions, 'I think this; that the ocean beds are the frontiers of the
problems,and its future. He still retains his firm Georgian future. Very few things in the Universe have been exploited -
accent and the conversation ran freely and informally, to a lesser degree than the oceans and their beds.It .
covering a wide range of subjects. is a well known scientific fact that the food needs of the
I asked the Admiral about one of the most necessary world can probably be satisfied by things taken from the
qualities for the successful leader. ccean. Mineral wealth hasn't been analyzed so
'Once a week I used to tell the boys in the department to definitely but it is there,and in great abundance.
always tell the truth and you will never have to remember 'How do we exploit these things? I don't know but thereis
This lets mind clear for forsees for future Navy leaders.He doubt in mind that nation that
what you said. you keep your your no my a can put a man on
job. But I really don't think there are any particular had been a flattop sailor since the early days of the moon can jolly well find out how to explore the ocean.'I .
precepts for leadership. I don't believe I would give any Naval Aviation and could remember quite vividly the just hope that when this happens that the United
'Ten Commandments for Leaders. times when fuel shortages were such that flyers were held States still has a strong Navy. Right now international
The Admiral went on' to say that the real essence of down to a three-day week. The problem was appropriations holds that a country controls the ocean beds as far as the
and it was a difficulty that the Admiral wouldsee continental shelf extends from its
leadership comes from the deeper centers of the man and shores. For some
that these things can't be handed out in rule books alone. 'I again. countries this is farther than for others, and also there is
lead 'When I assumed office (CNO) there was a general the of who the water from
don't know whether some men are born to or not. ButI question owns projecting up
do think that there are men born not to be leaders... born feeling and belief around Washington that the number of these beds. Will it be determined the same way air spaceis
attack carriers were going to be reduced. In fact, it was a at the time '
without something ... the feeling for leadership. granted present ?
'You know, my father was a country preacher. I used to question not of IF they were going to limit our CVA's, but 'When the laws change, and these questions are decidedI
pick cotton and shine shoes as a boy. I don't do that now by how many./ hope that we have the bargaining power that we do now./
but looking back I think that but for the grace of God, 'I decided that this was not going to happen, and when I Whether we maintain this bargaining power or really,
there go 1./ left there, it hadn't happened. what happens to the future Navy in general is up to the
But whether the gift of leadership is a grace or curse is a 'One of my great moments of satisfaction was being new leaders and we who now serve. Admiral McDonald is,
question pondered by all leaders at some time or another, able to convince the Secretary of Defense (then Robert as we have said, retired.
for the problems are often great and the decisions always McNamara) and the: 'whiz kids' that our country did Certainly, the Admiral is still interested in the Navy,
take courage. It's said that when Harry Truman first took need CVA's. but even so retirement makes him a busy man, for, even
residency in the White House he put a sign on his desk 'Of course on the other hand, one of the things that as left,he was in the last stages of packing for a business
reading: 'The Buck Stops Here. bothered me perhaps as much as anything in my career trip in connection with one of the seven companies for
4 Adm. McDonald, in his remarks upon taking his chair was our country's decision not to call up the reserves and whom he works.rT .



















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other kinds of battles; and not all af them what else thd sea may yield,

are fought with guns. Let this be our continuing battle, to

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infancy at this time and
only had I I
three think my most exciting time
rates for an enlisted
Baker chose aviation man. Navy was when I attended
machinist school.' (Charm' is what
mate and reported to'A'
school at
students of the Instructor
Pensacola. Later School call the school) It
as a seaman second class
he
course instructors attend to
became
a trouble-shooter on the how to handle students and
& 4 two seated bi-planes, the
Vaught- situations. The school
II a Corsair SU-1 and
SU-2 aircraft. Memphis and from there I
Since that time he has worked on
to the Military Aviation
many types of military aircraft Group in Japan as part.
from transports and bombers to
seven-man team. We worked
-. jets, training planes and interpreters to teach
helicopters.
aeronautical engineers
Unlike the Navy of '39, Baker to operate and work on
commented that 'The Navy today planes leased to the
has advanced into a highly .
sophisticated outfit that needs asked
day they us
well trained and educated men to
we couldn't answer. So,
"The Navy offers travel op maintain and repair the complex night we studied and
portunitles'By craft and systems involved in books and manuals for
operations.We need men from'A: answers we needed. Because
'B'. and 'C' schools who know a

SN Pat SweigartJax
r.T service.'I 'Service Friendships go much
Air News Staff deeper'of

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Jax -Does 30 years experiencewith our knowledge they thought of
the same organization us as small Buddhas,' Baker
related.
qualify a man as an expert on his
After 30 of service in
job? In the case of Sam A. Bakerit years the
does and if there is any doubt as Navy Chief Baker becomes
somewhat to ad
qualified give
to making a career of the Navy.
vice to the sailor. What
just ask 'Big Sam' what it has young
does he have to say? 'To the
meant to him.
., ,. young Navy man I have this to
Now the leading chief at Air r ,
Maintenance say: Get hold of your boot straps
Operations and pull yourself up. Take ad
the aircraft main-
Department. vantage of all personal ad-
tenance master chief donned his .
vancements, study on your own.
first white hat in 1939. However
a If
C you don't know how to do
since the United States at
was
something, ask. The most important -
peace during this time quota advice I tan give, is show
limitations made it tough to be ambition and initiative.'
accepted 'I had to beg to get in
then but even as a recruit at, Y P
"Oceanic
Great Lakes I decided to make Leadership

the Navy my career.' Opportunities Unlimited"
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