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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I 27 NO. 32_u. i NAVAL AIR JTAT/OW. JAC/CSONWLLF./ ..ODA/ OCTOBER 30, 1969 returned t Friday' I its home base the largest operational
here where I it will resume normal I unit under ComFairJax.
Coinciding with VP-5's arrivalis

CFC Extended To NovJ; '. .'\ '" Squadron the departure 16. Under of the Patrol command

I of Cdr. Robert H. Shulze,
I' b the VP-16 'Eagles' left Oct. 23 for

Navy Hits 98% of Goal :: ; an Western extensive Atlantic.deployment There in the the

squadron will conduct ASW and

Jax The Navy's Combined Nov. 7.Sixtythree. special operations much like
Federal Campaign reached 98 activities within the those of previous deployments in

per cent of its goal this week and Jacksonville area have met or Bermuda, Puerto Rico,
at the request of their campaignJax exceeded their CFC objectives.Cecil /' Sigonella, Sicily and Argentia.,
The Navy's Combined Field reported that 23 of its Newfoundland. '
Federal Campaign reached 98 activities went over the top this VP-5 was formally welcomed
per cent of its goal this week and week, totalling 195.1 per cent, and home by Capt. D.W. Herlong,
the station has achieved commander Fleet Air Wing 11.
at the request of a number of an overall
comments whose prior com- participation percentage of 98. Families and friends were also
' mittments precluded completion Seventeen commands alreadyover present to greet the Mad Foxes as
of, their.campaign efforts by the 100 per cent have made they returned from a four-month
original Oct. 25 deadline, the additional contributions. split deployment to Argentia,
campaign has been extended to Friday NATTC commended the Newfoundland and Kindley AFB,
personnel and keymen responsible Bermuda. Entertainment for the
for the command's con homecoming was provided by the
tribution of 188 per cent of its Naval Air Station Band.
goal. Patron 5 will have a 'stand
AOCS Virgil Johnson was in down' period during the next-few
charge of the school command's weeks which will give everyonean
98% over-all campaign and for his opportunity to take leave. The
efforts he was presented with a squadron deploys in March for
GIFT letter of commendation from 'Overseamanship' Expert approximately four months.
tD Capt. J.E. Kennedy. While deployed, the aircraft
J' NATTC's goal had been set at and men of Patron 5 flew almost
$11,578.As of Friday a total of Performs Here Tomorrow 3,000 hours in carrying out a
$21,741.55 had been contributed.Transition diversified number of tasks. In
Jax The Navy's traveling message across to his audience. addition to routine antisubmarineand
I I ambassador of 'overseamanship'will Weaved throughout his talk will shipping surveillance
TalkJax be'performing' at the station be helpful hints on the customs, patrols, the Mad Foxes participated
theater at 10 o'clock tomorrow traditions and language of the in several search and
For most people, Project morning for the benefit of the countries around the rescue missions out of Kindley
Transistion exists as a vague officers and men of VP-45 and Mediterannean that V-45 sailors AFB. Aircraft of VP-5 were also
something that is supposed to be any other men from other might visit.Rosenberg. sent to Germany and Norway on
good, that has something to, do
with commands interested, in hearing will give his liaison suties with out NATO
the
leaving service
and
his message. familiarization talk in two parts, allies.
offers order some kind of training.In The .'ambassador' is Dave from 10 until 11:30: a.m. and from This was the first time in recent
to eleminate
these Rosenberg from the Bureau of 1 p.m. until the conclusion around history that VP-5 has been
shadows
i the NAS Project Naval Personnel's orientation 1:30. deployed\ to Bermuda. The Mad
Transition Officer, LCdr. F. W. former
department. The
Foxes previously deployedto
were
., j Reynolds will begin a series of Navyman shys from the Other topics in the men only
v ) away Rota, Spain, returning home
P
'xf talks
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.. on this These
will
program. special briefing
;lvYf; r,1V. I routine lecture: when telling cover December 1968.
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'" talks will start at Cecil Field Dec. and
\ sailors what oJ drinking eating customs,
they can expect ,to Flying the'Ice Patrols'was one
4 the NAS Theatre
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at
f 10 a.m., and
transportation communication
encounter when going to an of the
yf{, Ncp 'Dec. and the Naval Station in unique missions assignedto
overseas area for duty. the Patron crews in Argentia, 1'
"f.j Mayport on Dec. 5.
Mr. Instead he comes on with a While Rosenberg's talk will be Newfoundland. These patrolswere
Reynolds all
interested encourages lively, worthwhile presentationthat primarily for VP-45, it will be flown up the eastern or
people to attend one of
j these meetings. is humorous and still gets his worth any sailor's time to attend. western coast of Greenland with
i expert 'ice men' on board who
would plot ,the movement of the
Silver Stars, Awarded for HeroismBy ice pack of vital importance to
shipping in the area. Upon their
JOC Chuck Schroyer return to Argentia, the crews
Jax-The presentation of two Silver Stars, a Bronze Star and the Navy Achievement Medals received their 'Royal Order of the
highlighted the decoration of four youthful, ) Marines here yesterday for their heroic actions while Blue Nose' awards signifyingtheir
under fire in Vietnam. Cpl. Charles F. Jordan of Nashville,'Tenn., and PFC Danny R. Gray of Azle, flying north of the Arctic
< Tex., received the Silver Star. PFC Thomas J. Court of Eau Gallie, Fla., was awarded the Bronze Circle.In .
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t j' Star, and Cpl. William W. Woodard of Ft. Myers, Fla., was decorated with the Navy Achievement the performance of its ASW

t. Modal. assignments, Patron 5's P3A

\: Pinning the medals on the his position while firing at the medal said, 'His heroic and Orions literally rigged the North
young Marines was Maj. BruceA. enemy and enabling the timely actions were instrumentalin and Central Atlantic. Squadron
Greene, commanding officerof helicopters to carry out their saving his companions from aircraft operated out of
HELP the Marine Barracks here. rescue work. serious injury or possible death Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico to
Jordan received his medal for Early the next morning, his and in the killing of four North Thule, Greenland ((500 miles from
his actions last April 12 while unit again came under heavy Vietnamese soldiers, in additionto the North Pole). Other places of
leading a squad during attack, and he again maintainedhis capturing weapons and interest were Guantanamo Bay,
I. 'Operation Oklahoma Hills' west dangerous position although notebooks containing informationof Cuba, Iceland, Norway, Spain,
J Mll. of Da Nang. He was cited for wounded by grenade fragments.At intelligence value. Germany, Nova Scotia and the
: leading an assault on enemy one point during the heat of the Woodard, 21, was cited for Azores during some phase of the
positions after his platoon came battle, three hostile soldiers exceptional performancewhile deployment.Patrol .

under intense automatic weapons assaulted hi3 position. He killed serving as a squad leader in Squadron 5 is commanded
fire.The < Marine threw the attackers and therefore
was
22-year-olcl Vietnam from May 1968 throughlast by Cdr. H.C. Abelein.
". grenades grabbed a machinegun credited with preventing the May. During this period he
from a wounded comradeand enemy from penetrating his took part in seven major Jax Credit Union
.
fired at the enemy until all sector. operations, over 85 combat patrol
the ammunition was gone and Court was decorated for his and 70 night ambushes,
then picked up a grenade launch. action during a fire fight last repeatedly showing courage and Opens New Office
er and continued the attack, March 11. The 19-year-old composure under fire. On one
according to a citation that was Floridian was serving as an patrol he and his men discoveredand Jax The Jax Navy Federal
presented along with the medal. assistant machine gunner. captured an enemy cache Credit Unit announced Mondaythat
Two days later Jordan was Detecting the approach of a containing large quantities of it will open a branch office in
RFERfE wounded while engaged in North Vietnamese Army force, rice and ewapons. the Naval Air Technical Training
another action. he opened fire with his rifle and Center area next week.
Gray, 21, was decorated with then began aiding his machine Located in Bldg. 501, Room 110,

the Silver Star for valor last Feb. gunner. .............................................1 I Inside. .';..';'.;..';..;..;..;.';0'.;..;..;...;...;... the branch will be opened to
10 while on a search and destroy During the battle, he noticed better serve new customers in the
operation near the DaKrong that three comrades were pinned NATTC area, according to Credit
River. His platoon came under down by enemy fire and Union officials.In .
heavy attack near the summit of separated from the main body of Editorials. . Pg. 2 announcing the new office, a
.,.."t'.. a steep hill. A machine gunner, the squad. Credit Union spokesman said the

Gray provided fire for his He then ran across a firesweptrice Halloween. . Pg. 18 facility will be open from 10 a.m.
comrades. to regroup while paddy, eliminating an enemy until 2 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays,
enemy gunners concentrated on position and assisting the small and Fridays beginning Nov. 3.
his position. When medical group in maneuvering back to the Civ. News. 'Pgs. 16& 17 The 501 office may extend its
evacuation helicopters arrived relative salety of the squad's hours at a later date dependingon
later that day to remove the position.The customer reaction to the new

-, ..I'rONoa wounded, he once again exposed citation that went with the Sports .Pgs. 23&24 office.JgX .

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SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m. .
N. Would You? DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m. :.
Confessions will be held on ?::11

The plane is loaded with paratroopers at the air field. The plan .c A L \ -' Sunday at 8:30: & 10:30: a.m. instead r
calls for the pilot to fly several miles out at sea, turn back toward of Saturday. i,'
land at the right place and time, come in at a given attack angle Sq\j'
and make a low drop over the assigned area. Suddenly, the pilot U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
sticks his head from the cockpit area and says, "This i is going to bea St. Luke's Chapel ,:i
great trip gang. We're really going to fly today." His eyes are w a, !i? t E it t
bloodshot. He's high kite. Would trust this man '
glassy, as as a you S t \"
with your life? a ai t fA SUNDAY MASS 8:00: am f
The Army sergeant is giving a demonstration in a crowded A PROTESTANT WORSHIP
classroom on the intricacies of dismantling live ammo. He throwsa Lrv SERVICES 10ooa.m.PROTESTANT: d
hand grenade into the air and miraculously, catches it. The v


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\ /1 All Saint's Chapel t
SUNDAY !
C
Church School9 &::00 a.m. '

p 4'T: Junior Church 10:00: a.m.
Divine Worship Service 10a.m.-
Bldg. No. 750
Episcopal Communion 8:30: a.m.
Small Chapel Bldg. No. 750
A NEW JANGO class was formed Oct. 18 at the Naval Hospital. Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
Chris Berg (I) was awarded a red chevron for 500 hours of volunteer Bldg. No. 722.
hospital time and Mickey Cooke (r) was awarded a white chevron for
200 hours of volunteer hospital time. TUESDAY'
Senior choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.

Bldg. No, 750.
See Yourself
pupils of his eyes are as big as saucers. "Man, this little gadget You
could end this whole dream," he says listlessly. He continues his THURSDAY
demonstration. Would you trust this man with your life? Christian Science Service p.m.
The air base is still 100 miles away. It's 6 a.m. The reportingtime Bldg. No. 750
for the five men in the car is 8 a.m.-sharp. They have been There is a story about an old quaker who stood at the village well,
home' on a three-day pass and haven't slept much during the spree. greeting weary travelers who passed along the way. To each who
SUNDAY
The car is hitting 85milesanhour. The guy at the wheel keeps asked, 'What manner of people live hereabouts?' he would respond
popping little round pills into his mouth to help stay awake. He has with another question, 'What manner of people did thee find in thy last Evening Worships p.m. Bldg. No.
one hand on the wheel while he happily tap: out a twit t,k.i the abode?' 750. '

other. Would you trust this man with your life? If the traveler said that he had left a community where people were TUESDAY
The Navy medical technician is going to give you a shot the doc-
bright and gay; genial and fun-loving, the Quaker would answer
ordered. He to the refrigerator for the vaccine. He laughs
quietly.tor His movements goes are erratic. He barely has the energy to confidently that the person would find them much the same in his Pentecostal Fellowship 7 p.m.
fill the syringe. He didn't even bother to read the label on the community. But to travelers who complained that they left a com- Bldg. No,,722
bottle. Would you trust this man with your life? munity where people were ugly, quarrelsome, :and: ill-tempered, the A
The answer to all of these figurative examples 'would be an em- patriarch would sadly shake his head and say, 'Alas, here thee will Additional MassA
phatic, "Hell no!" Drug' hazards are such that they are not only find them much the same.'
dangerous to the man who uses them, but they also make him Our interpersonal relations with others matter not nearly so muchon fourth Catholic Mass will be
extremely dangerous to you. who they are as on what we are. Others with whom we come into celebrated aboard Naval Air

Pot, grass, acid, LSD, pep pills, hashish, morphine, heroin, mari- contact usually act as a mirror and reflect back to us, our" own per- Station, *Jacksonville, com-
juana whatever the name or drug- each is extremely danger- sonality, our, own outlook on life. May God help us to become more* mencing this coming Sunday, 2
ous.Don't friendly, loving and compassionate that we might in turn find others to: November,!,This Mass will be
be a fool! Your life is the only one you'll ever have. Don't be"!''the same.Your. celebrated In Building 500, the
shorten it by using any form of drugs or let anyone else do it Naval Air Technical Training
for you. (AFPS) Center Administration Building
,
Social Security I second deck, rear. This Mass will
RED CROSS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO DEPENDENTS be in addition to the other three

, \ Masses that are regularly offered
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, I I
Nearly half the ,population of thought his children were con aboard the Station.
KNOWWHAT' the United States is either under sidered dependent only upon the The Sunday Mass schedule will

18 or over 65. father. If a college professor can not be.as' follows:
As a country, we are actually make a mistake like this, don't 0800 Naval Hospital Chapel
growing both older and youngerat you agree with me that it-s betterto 0900 St. Edward's Chapel
Financial assistance is given by Red Cross to 'service 1000 NATTC Building 500
the same time! consult ,
personnel and their wives and children for basic maintenancewhen your social security
18 million 100 St. Edward's Chapel
Nearly people now office in person when in doubt?
family allotments, officially applied for, are delayed or living will never see their 65th Applying for social Confessions will be heard, St.
interrupted. Assistance is generally given directly to the birthday again: 70 million still benefits is a very simply security matter. Edward's Chapel on Saturdays at
family by the local chapter. However, the serviceman may have to reach their 18th year. There are more than 850 offices 1030, following Catholic Religious
apply for such assistance' from the field director. This assist- This leaves 100 million men and scattered throughout the United Instruction, and also in the afternoon -

ance is usually in the form of a loan (always without interest), women in their peak productiveyears States where you can get from: 1700 to 1800.
since Red Cross funds are used in lieu of an allotment check between 18 and 65. assistance in making your claim.In .
that was delayed. This assistance is limited to basic main- The composition of this 100. addition, there are hundreds of

tenance, which includes food, housing, utilities, clothing, and million is undergoing a change other locations where social
essential transportation.See caused by the advent of the security field representativesmeet TrafficViolations

your Red Cross field director for other assistance, too. working mother, which in turn is with people to take their
having an effect upon the sur- claims for benefits.
He when need and
can help you counseling on personal
vivorship protection of social
family problems, emergency communications and reporting security. locations Information is regarding these

service, health and welfare reports, or' other services. Children are now beginning to postmaster. available In a'ddition'to'claims from your -

have increasing protection assistance, these offices issue
through both the father and the social security numbers, they ,The (following is a report of
mother. We have normally advise accidents and
wage earners, self- motor vehicle
thought of the father as head of employed persons and survivors, traffic violations for the periodOct.
the family, and upon whom the of their social Oct. 20.
J/VX: AI Ft NEWSThe security rights and 14 -
entire
security of the
family
: responsibilities and they advise Number of Accidents
rests. and assist in 'developing
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J AX AIK 'CWS' is a ( ii'ilian! enterprise Newspaper distributed work to supplement the family support.. t I. Total accidents this year throughOct.
each j.iursdaj 'at t/ic/ ,llS., Mflfal Air Ration, J Jacksonville income, the children in turn are ? Social security representatives 20 450.Number .
Florida, by the Holt Publishing( Company: a priratc becoming dependent upon a frequently are able to schedule of accidents through
firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JA\ AIR NCWS must combination of earnings of both talks with various groups. This October 1968 322.
he forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, flax 2, NAN Jacksonville parents. In effect, they have often provides timely and in- Total number of days since last
double social security protection.To teresting programs for civic injury in a motor vehicle accident145.
by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News be insured the ,
working church or school In ad- .
groups.
items are welcomed' from all sources Telephone 772 HIS mother needs what
only
lawyerscall
dition there
are films available Number of ViolationsThis
or 11 1'). 'current attachment' to the
which can be presented either
I labor market. This is defined by with or without
Advertisements' are solicited by lie( publisher and' queries law as 1 l/2 years of work out of Requests for talks a speaker.informational Week 79
concerning" such should' be directed to: the 3 years before death. material should or be Speeding 6

HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY It's not too strange that many directed to the nearest social Reckless Driving 0
4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville Fla. 32210 weH'informed people forget this. security district office. That Going through Stop sign 10
Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 I know of one instance where a office is at 400 West Bay St. We Other Violations 63
college professor in a universitynot are open from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30:

VOL. 27 NO. 32 OCTOBER; 30, 1969 more than 100 miles from p.m. M iday through Friday and Twenty three drivers appeared -
here lost two years of benefits for on SatL 'ays from 9:00: a.m. until before the Traffic
his two children because he
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67 Dodge, Ply., Rambler 55- sa'e I 0 $ 77

67, Chev. and Pontiac, 54-57
Buick 63-67 Buick Special, V. '

64-67 Olds.F-85,54-64 Ford, $154'4 ,.

Mercury and 57.67 Cadillac. ."....
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fs.t Sal.

775-14 $2.20 $15.77
$ 8 825-14 $2.36 $15.77

Uninterrupted music, Sale MMU plot I $2.07 f..... S\ ,)( ( ; 775-15 $2.21 $15.77

8 track stereo tape player 735-14 TUBELESS WHITEWALl .( ) \ ) \ SAME SIZES IN vWHITEWAU$2
After Sal $25.99
For car or boat! Instant Sale \ \ >( MORE

operation,no commercials. Polyester-secret of : '

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SPEAKERS EXTRA $8.99 PR. Say* new luxury ride f GRANTMASTER TIRE GUARANTEE ,

aver $7 q, 1. Traad I.if. Gu.r...'" Afalnal Road HasardaW
GRANTMASTER SUPREME ruarante* ill tiranlnuulw lira* .final.tailur
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puncturaa fira, lht, fiunt-antl milipnmntundr
TUBELESS WHITEWALL N./oll. ov r inflation arid runnmf Hat:
2. Traad Lifa Guarantee Aunal EMacta -r"&
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...t. Sal. W. ......n.*. ..he .rant mats lire 1 *...iut all I.*' .
dfcta" of malarial and workmantihip,fur the hf
of In Imd .' *
GRANTS 775-14 $2.20 $27.88 Daau*of ...ju.t.......: Should your Granlmaatr
825-14 $2.36 $25.88 lir rquir adjutmnt under Sactlon 1 or t oflha
Guaranln, plea. plum i it to Grant*and w.
855-14 $2'57 $27.88 will rvplac 1 It by giving yuu pnq.ulwruM.I
IS GEARED lowanc. ftir th* unuacd I ,lr* d t. I r! In* currant
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735-15 $2.08 $21.88 wlhng prICe, inclu.lmj rilral ; ..*Tal
3. GuaranlMd Aiainal i "raad WrTh
775-15 $2.21 $23.88 *nri.inal..1 la glur.nled not to wear out
FOR TOP
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855-15 $2.63 $27.88
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AUTOMOTIVE 900-15 $1.83 $28.88 Fa> Ina IM followinf parrmlaf allow
anc*towanl Ih* 'purchaMt uf a nw tin, '
TlreG..nanl. Allowanc
SAVINGS a 18-27 Month 10%
28-40 M '57 Thi.... ant*.cnv..r*Ii_in patawnger car Iwr.d ...
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41 All-pureose Stretch terry
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economy oil transmission duty mufflerS throw covers

a I e I GAL. *| 97 $A97 $44 Extra capacity; for
and
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Aft.r Sal. $2.49 'original.qulpm.nt speeds. Plus a more
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front floor mats Battery booster Grants auto fire Utter basket Grants heavy-duty Sealed beamheadlight Grants oil Cold weather

cables spark plugs for your car bumper lack filtersalt
$ 97 tune-up


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State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co 36l9BIandingBIvd. Ph. 771-0170 IJ IJf:f ?
HOME OFtC Izoomngton Itno :: ..
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Safie OperatoM--Dorla & CharlesI c MILJTARY DISCOUNT Z I. HERE
I ..SPECIALIZING' IN ONLY THE BEST"ONE 1 5034 TjmuquanaRd $911 BeachB1vd m "WE SELL THE BEST & SERVICE THE REST"
DAY SERVICE NO EXTRA CHARGE PH 71L.S636 \ PH 3592106p. O3B7 'IO3RD ST. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
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Four MU 1st South o/NA/ Htghtfoy Inspectors I1? OYdrtgeServiceLicensed *Park 1: Complete Auto Repairs I UI1Ceery. .

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LOBSTERSCRABMEATIN rii? : > *COMMON STOCKS 01 ;BANKSAMEI1CANSHAREHOLDERS X I INC

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Smoked Featuring Fish Specially& Deviled Prepared Crabs :i S::524:.San'Juan Ave /' a VkonvnierFta: .,: :<::3HfO.. ; :. 741 S. Lane Ave. 781-3027
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Over 750 New & Used Mobile Homes
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6567 103rd St. 772-0981 i >M| ; ... ,. to choose from

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SERVING THE FINEST CHOICE FILET MIGNON I:
Call Or Write ? NEW YORK STRIP CLUB SPECIAL
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20 Years Junior League

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OpenThere
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still are some openings for
r ServiceADJC CECil 'Junior League' bowlers at the
Cecil Field Bowling Lanes.

Billie Painter was* All I dependent,children betweenthe
transferred to the Fleet Reserve .. ages of 11 and 16 are en-
after 20 years of honorable naval couraged to participate in the
service on 20 October. bowling action on Saturday
The ceremony was held at the mornings at 1000 here at the
Naval Air Maintenance 1111111 station.

Training Detachment 1016, NAS
Cecil Field, and Chief Painter !
USS Boston
w1\j- conducted the personnel inspection. Retiring
a Later LCDR J.K. WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
of Donaldson, officer-in-charge of The Navy is retiring the heavy
NAMTRADETS presented the cruiser USS Boston as part of
the Defense Department's program -
Chief with letters of appreciationfor
i to achieve savings in the
the outstanding manner in fiscal year 1971 budget.
: which he has performed his Retiring the ship will save
t duties while attached to NAMTD VA-36 $1.8 mllion, the Navy said, and
,I. f" 1016. He was also congratulatedfor brings to 99 the number of ships
his athletic achievement in identified by the Navy for retirement -
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both golf and Softball. DeliversFive in support of the savings
Commander L.C Chambers, Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron Chief Painter and his wife program.
Fifteen pinned shiny, silver bars on LTJG Charles L. Beddow during Fanny Lee intend to stay in VA-36 pilots participatedin
advancement ceremonies aboard the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Jacksonville, as they have a weapons delivery demon-
(CVA-42)). become familiar with the area stration for VIP's during a tte.JII (
LTJG Beddow,who is presently serving as'airframes officer'in V A- (he was in VP-16 before being firepower demonstration aboardthe (. Ed
15, reported to Cecil Field from NAS Pensacola. He and his wife, transferred to Cecil Field). USS FORRESTAL (CVA59)on
Barbara reside in west Jacksonville.. 16 and 17 October.
Proving their potential as a :Box
JAX SGREATESt ready force for sea power, the
pilots demonstrated their abilityto
FURNITURE deliver rockets and bombs on

VALUES' target. SPECIAL

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PRICE TO EVERYONE
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SURPLUS GOODS FOR FASTER SERVICE
FIGHTERS OVER ACADEMY-Symbolizing their responsibility
DISCOUNT STORE for protecting the United States from aerial attack, four front-line A.
Aerospace Defense Command aircraft fly a tight formation over
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the Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo. Many Academy 11.," -
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graduates become combat pilots assigned to the Aerospace Defense fX1,4 1 r

Command. -SWAP' 'MEET


A couple of Chiefs reenlistedthis FLEA MARKET
month at Cecil Field. Aboveis
BILLS Chief Owens and below is Chief .
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I Jax 86 Wins! Wins! Wins! I I


By Mrs W.C. Andersonfirst
Representatives of Navy Wives place award fur President's Navy Chapel for, Navy Sabbath
Club of America Jax No. 86 Theme. The club's only second Sunday Oct. 2G.
returned from the NWCA place award was the Service On Navy Day, Monday a
National Convention loaded down Award. This award is for the beautiful birthday cake was
with awards. most volunteer hours. presented to Capt. 1I.O. Cutler
Bringing back with them four Members of Jax No. 8G at NAS commanding officer in
first place awards from the five tending the Oct. 22 social- honor of the 194th birthday of the
r categories and one second place educational meeting in the founding of the United States
award, happy was the word of the Compton Hall club house, were Navy. The cake will be turned
day for hard-working Jax No. 86. able to see, first hand, the lovely over to the Naval Hospital for
These awards included the evidence of a successful year. distribution to patients and
Blue and Gold ParticipationAward. To begin another year in personnel. .
This is presented to clubs competition for the MembershipAward A monetary gift will be
participating in NWCA national Jax No. 86 was happy to presented to UNICEF.
projects.Jax NO.86 also took first initiate four new members. The regular monthly business
b Z.MY place in the National Scrapbook Welcome Mrs. Melvin Colvin, meeting will be held Wednesdayat
Competition. For this they Mrs. John Hillis, Mrs. Lewis 7:30: p.m. at the Compton Hall
received a permanent plaque for Oberbeck and Mrs. Franklyn Club House.
the club house. Another first Perry.
place scrapbook award, the Several were on hand
guests
\KEEP 1'''E GALL ROILING..
Admiral that turned into
Smedburg Perpetual for the meeting a
Award was also presented. The celebration. Guests were Mrs. -.
otrCQC : ;. ;
award is a lovely silver tray David Schultz, Mrs. James .
which Jax No. 86 will keep up to, Wilson, Mrs. William Hazelton, : /: ,
and we hope through, next year's Mrs. Hermon Jackson and Mrs. _:

National Scrapbook place Competition.First President's. Josephine ladies. Bretton. Come again fj ,

LADY OF FLOWERS--The serenity of the gradeful bisque egret Membership Award designatedJax When members finally stopped
compliments this lovely piece of dried flower arrangement. Mrs. W.E. No. 86 as the club bringing in cheering and jumping up and IT'S YoUR MONEY toot
Mack,. a national flower arrangement judge, created this piece and the most new members during down from, excitement, several
several l others during a talk and demonstration at the NAS Garden .the year. inportant projects were an-
Club. TheVjed roses,made of cornhusks,are set off in the arrangementby With the theme of 'Promoting nounced:
naturalidark green dried leaves and the white driftwood and egret. Progress', the local club took the Flowers were placed In the

Now Open!

I News In BriefNew


PREVENTIVE DENTISTRYJax 'J V "
structions. No telephone appointments Jersey, 08540, by Nov. 5. vaccine will be given by shot gunsat llage
Scheduling of ap- will be made. Each Applicant must then request the appointed times and places in
pointments for eligible children child will receive an oral hygiene forms be sent to the Director of the departments and divisions
whose sponsors birth month is examination, an application of a Admissions, United States Coast working spaces. This will resultin
November will begin Monday. substance to inhibit tooth decay, Guard Academy, New London, a minimum of manhours lost to
Children of active duty and and oral hygiene demonstrationand Conn., 06320. All applicants with all departments involved.
retired military personnel who lecture, and dental supporting papers must be HMC Harold Milford, of the inORANGE
are bonafide dependents betweenthe educational material. No x-rays postmarked no later than Dec. 15. preventative medicine division
ages of six and''' 23 will be will be taken. stated, 'Reaction to the shot PARK
eligible for treatment. Appointments FLU SHOTSAll should be just an overnight
may be made by the COAST GUARD ACADEMYThe station personnel are urgedto fever.' 1138 Hwy. 17
at the Dental Phone 264 4522
sponsor or spouse this
get their flu shots year.
Department Appointment Desk nationwide competition for Administration of the shots is
I Ads I I
Want
Pay
during normal working hours. At appointment to,the Coast Guard scheduled for November. The
that timer they will be ,given* a Academy will open Dee: 6 with
definite appointment and fur- the 1969 College BEntrance
nished materials and in- Examination Board tests.

Each applicant must meet the LOW RENT, LOW TAXES, etc., means..
CLIPPER_CROSBY-SEACRAFT following requirements: Be 17
GATOR *ROCKET years of age, but must not be
older than 22 by July 1 of the year
; MERCURY of appointment; must have I I. I
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'i MERCRUISER high school; must not be
STERNDRIVES married, and never have been
married. The applicant must
EXPERT have the following credits from FACTORY REDUCTION_
REPAIR
high school or college: three
SHOP credit years of mathematics, --
three credit years of English, and
264 9835 nine credits in optional subjects.
VThe'lapplicant' must be at least gi II.
5 feet 4 inches and not more than
MARINESales
INLET
6 feet 10 inches with good vision
correctable to 20-20.
t ServiceHwy. Apply directly to the College Example of Savings:
17 Orange Park Entrance Examination ) "p
Board, P.O. Box 592 Princeton,
69 PLYMOUTH

MEN'-TRAIN NOWFOR 160Oft
Custom Suburban
A BIG PAY JOB AS A CLAIMS ADJUSTER Wagon

GEORGE LAURIE of Haddonfield, N.J., is now FULLY
ployed as a staff adjuster with a large EQUIPPED
Pa. "I certainly appreciate what
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salary, getting company benefits and a new I In""dRg
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that the claims field is the real career for me." 3197
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You can earn top money in this fast moving: ,action-' .$4658 only
packed field. Insurance Investigators! ,are urgently WAGONS $1,600
needed to settle claims worth billions of dollars an- UP TO DISCOUNT-CHRYSLERS
nually. The tremendous increase of auto accidents TO CHOOSE FROM
alone have doubled the need of qualified adjusters. UP TO $1,200 DISCOUNT-PLYMOUTHS
Train at home in your spare time followed by two weeks
Resident Training at school owned facilities, MIAMI Only 20 minutes South of NAS oh Hwy.17-
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tion.Accredited Member National Home Study Council.

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comfortable shave, it has the famous gives you 30 days of '
Norelco Microgroove floating heads that shaves on 4 little pen- a
follow the contours of your face. light batteries. Great c
And as if that weren't enough, it has for use in the field. 50
flip-top,cleaning, an on/off switch, and a So no matter which % on
handsome, rugged wallet. you choose, Norelco
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I .NAS Toyland Is Well Stocked for Christmas ,' ,-\i; \ ; t', I



holidays. Located in Building 514 available for young and old alike. gifts.
on the corner of Biscayne St. and Toys of every type, including
Enterprise Ave., Toyland holds a musical and educational ones, Toyland offers an easy layaway -
complete supply of nationally line the aisles.And for the boy or plan which enables
advertised toys and Christmas girl who is wild over stuffed toys, customers to make large pur-
items. Toyland has a colorful selectionof chases well in advance of the
Dolls to brighten a little girl's plush animals in every size holiday season and finance them
Christmas may be found in imaginable.In with convenient installment WL
abundance there. A vast array of addition to housing a won payments. It
name brand dolls from infants in derland of toys, Building 514 is Open Monday through
diapers to glamorous fashion also the station's headquartersfor Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
models complete with ward Christmas supplies and Toyland is ready to serve you 1
robes, awaits your selection. decorations. Tree ornaments, with the newest and most popular
If Santa's list includes a bicyclethis lights and indoor and outdoor toys available. Toyland per-
year, Toyland offers a wide displays can all be purchasedthere. sonnel recommend that you shopas
variety of styles that will please You will also find an early as possible in order to
any youngster in the store's exquisite assortment of wrapping enjoy the greatest selection. The
bicycle room. paper and Christmas cards that pickup deadline for all layawaysis t
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bowling action last Thursday (Tie tIBRRRI, : ""t4t
VA-44 24-16 ,(pl NP/W0 1 l
evening the number one, two, ,
three, and four teams clashed VA-174 No.3 22-19
with the following results: AOMDNo. 6.VA-174 No.31 2M9
f split their series with VA-45 7.NAMTD No.2. 20-20()
No. 2, VA-174 No. 3 dropped threeto (tie)
Dental No. 4. ADMIN 20-20()
Down at the other end of the BOQ 18-22 4 4 :
standings, AMD and FAETU NAMTD NO. 15-25
were holding their battle for last AMD 12-25
place. FAETU managed to split f\14.FAETU 3.32
the series, but still remained in In last week's gridiron action
the cellar. According to the team VA-44's Hornets slipped past the
captain, Pete Henderlite, they Marines 38-20. Hornets quar-
'have started to win a game here terback Tom Sabin penetratedthe
and a game there.' Marines pass defense so
The VA-44 Hornets, referred to many times it had the Marines
as the 'Top Dogs', are again talking to themselves. Two :
making a run for the top spot as Hornet touchdowns were caughtby V A % 3
they downed NAMTD No. 1 4-0. receivers standing all alone in
On alleys' 7 and 8, ADMIN the end zone. .
Blackshoes hit the winning side VA-174 continued their winning
again as they downed NAMTD streak as they downed VA-15, 48-
No. 2 40. An interesting note; in 6. However, the big battle between
this contest the Blachshoes VA-174 and VA- looms as < :
bowled with a 'blind', and one the big one ._ -
individual rolled a lowly 97, but League, both ( ), Chief Linder (VA-44)),
Tom Fox's 549 series helped the 4-0 records. ( ) ( ) are Tom McGluckin, Cecil
team to a close win over the dominate the w.z ,
Spoilers.i League as_ "I,,1) n
i defeated with to game time Snoopy
week the Blackshoes are TANDINGS : the Marine ranks and
hoping to knock the Plumbers out NFL one Sarge state 'My main,
of their third place tie. The VA-174 is what the officials are,
standings are as follows: VA-44 : to do, seeing how we are
1.AOMD 30-10() Marines Weapons which is com-
2.VA-45 25-15 Admin of BM's CB's and a few
3.DENTAL 24-16 Weapons sprinkled in.'
VA-15 () to say the officials
AFL both sides 'a fair shake.'
HAS Association' VA-12 the final gun sounded it was
Members Only VA 105 Marines 30 and Weapons 6.
VA-172 the contest Weapons
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INCOME PROTECTION
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For Your InformationEnlisted .
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Service RecordBy .
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First of all,we must remember .
that the left-hand side plays a r
very important role in the con- !.
struction of an enlisted service i v vrr
N r i4v record. BuPers Manual Article
E B-2301 says that official
documents or unofficial papers
concerning the individual 'W

required for record or
safekeeping purposes shall be :
rp 4\;\
S filed on the left-hand side. <4i',,'
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These documents include: :
Standard Transfer orders;
discharges; ''statement of ser-
vice; USAFI and naval
correspondence course completion
YNI Swecker was born In Valley
Head, W. Va. He enlisted in the NavyIn ; letters; reports of
May 1952 and hat been stationed examination; service school
at Clarksville Base, Tenn., Norfolk,
Va., Jacksonville, Vietnam and on certificates and diplomas;
carriers and ships and shore installations reports of prior separation from
around the United States. He is
now assigned as an instructor at the military service; statement of .
NavAlrLant Career Information Center personnel history; security investigations n
and resides with his wife and three
children in Orange Park. ; birth certificates;
marriage licenses; court decree CUSTOMERS FLOCK to the new portrait studio in Building 3 where Bobby E. Beeler (r) eagerly
and orders, citizenship and serves them at the appointment desk. The studio is one of three new facilities opened in the building.A .
The pages which constitute the naturalization certificates, and laundry and dry-cleaning operation and a tailor shop lie just around the corner from the studio.
right side of the enlisted service special.letters of commendation,
record are in numerical etc. Classes that Could Save Your Life
sequence, starting at the bottom, During the course of our Navy
which is one and ending at
page! career we are sometimes handed
the top with page 14 (less pages several pieces of paper that have
seven and 10)) and also less page been removed from the left-hand Offered by NAS Medical and SecurityJaxA
six unless you have had a court- side. We must bear in mind that
martial or a captain's mast (non- BuPers Manual Article B-2301
judicial punishment) which in- says they shall be filed there and nine-hour Defensive personnel. productive man-hours, the Chiefof
volved money. All of these pages BuPers Manual Article B-2307 Driver Improvement Programhas Records show that each year a Naval Personnel has directed
are prepared in accordance with says they will not be removed been scheduled to run for great number of Navy men and that the above-mentioned driver
detailed instructions and such until they have served their three consecutive days beginningeach women are involved in vehicle improvement program be
other directives as may be issued purpose. Monday.All accidents which result in death, established aboard naval in-
by the Chief of Naval Personnel. Navy personnel aged 24 and injury and-or property damage. stallations.
During verification of the under are required to attend the Hospitalization requirementshave Interested personnel who wishto
enlisted service record, we course which will be held in increased and auto in- attend the course may enroll
sometimes become so involved as Building 13, topside, from 6 to 9 surance rates have been inflatedas by contacting the Traffic Ticket
to what .is taking place on the Savings Bonds a result of unsafe driving Control Clerk at Ext. 2665.
right-hand side of the'record that p.m.The purpose of this program is practices. To counteract this
we completely neglect what is to promote a policy of safe andntaltirfamt needless loss of human life and-
happening on the left-hand side. ; ; Hritrinrf; omnn" Novo In the mcpc; of !serious iniurv-
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By SN Pat WilliamsJax '
May LiveMore
People continue to School. Petty officer Martin was
reenlist at NATTC. AKC with VF 21 of Miramar,
Terrance Simmons took his oath California before reporting to than 80 employees
for the third time Tuesday school. responded to the latest call, for
morning in the..Captain's. office. lie was also here at Jackson donors to the NAS-Civil Service
Chief Simmons works in the ville in 1963-64 with VP-18. This Blood Account from employees
LogisticsResources: Department will be his second enlistment. lie may draw for themselves and
is married and has three r their dependents without charge.
lie was stationed at Roosevelt children. Sixty-one employees of the
Roads, Puerto Rico before Rework Facility volunteered to
coming here in April of this year. CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES give so that others may live.
Chief Simmons has 13 in. 4
years Bennie, Jr. J.E. Spinks,
F.A.
lie and his wife, Muriel, have H.J.
A.W. West, W.R. Trapp,
three children. How who like
to
many people Allen
L. Vogel, B.J. ,
Eldridge,
act, sing, dance or play an in- 1 u E.F. Leslie, F. Baldwin, R.
strucment are going to be staying W.
Allala W.D. McKinsey,
,
AEC John W. Williams, an aboard NATTC this Christmas? B.L.
Waddell, Jr., M.T. Samples,
instructor at the Aviation If you do and you are then you E.T.
Vincent H.W. Wilkins,
,
Electrician's Mate S School, might be interested to know that Don-
Austin, H.L. Higdon, J.E.
decided to add"five more years to we are thinking of putting on a .
P.H. Hutchinson, Jr., J.W.
his present 14 Friday.This will be Christmas show and skit this ', nelly,

the third time for Chief Williams.It year. > #ti', Trice.
is also his third time being What we are at present lackingare C.C. Starratt, Jr., J.J. Ihler,
here at NATTC, he attended both actors, singers, dancers, and BEST BOSSThe personnel of the Jax Navy Finance Office got R.E. Anderson, M.M. Mowbray,
AE A and AE B Schools here. players of instruments. You don-t together and nominated their boss, LCdr. G.H. Young the Boss of the G.A. Willis, H.C. Church, I.D.
Before his instructor duty,he was have to have that much experience Day. The local radio station that sponsors the contest delivered the Castleberry, C.P. Reuter, J.A.
stationed with VF142 out of just being interested in bouquet of red carnations to the very happy,and smiling Stafford, J.A. Wiggins, I.V.
Miramar. Chief Williamsis a working with people and doing Hendleman, J. Sullvan| E.T.
bachelor. something creative will do. Collier, D.D. Field, D< Hamilton,

don't If you necessarily are an interested have to(you be I boss.New Vehicle Inspection ScheduleIn r J.E.Whipple.C. Combs. W.G. 'Sapp, G.R.

A02 Johnny M.Martin was the attached to NATTC) please Melillo, J.B. Bason, D.L.
only student to ship over last contact SN Williams at Ext. 3471, accordance with the new Florida state law requiring car in- Yates, S.L. Hammond, R.E.
week. He is attending AO B Monday through Friday. spections annually instead of semi-annually, the following schedule Wilson, J. Dias, R.E. Ratchford,

applies for vehicle inspections: G.R. Burch, W.A. Morris, M.E.
U.S. SAVINGS I Montgomery, C.E. Williams,
I I Original Inspection Date New Inspection Date R.F. Faccenda, R.W. Jackson,

BONDS J.J. Summers, Jr., J.B. Weaver,
August 1069 October or November 1969September Jr., C.E. Kuchta, J.E. Walker,
1969 December 1969 or January 1970 C.L. Scharringhausen, D.L.
October 1969 February or March 1970November Nelson, C.P. Crouch, C.L.

Lm Shari is the best 1969 April or May 1970 Sheppell.Register,. R.D. Swaney, H.P.

\ :-,. Inspection officials stated that if the car owners last name begins
: with A-M, they should have the car inspected in the first of the two
thing that'shappened months. Vehicle owners with last names beginning with N-Z should B. Teague, W.E. Brothers,
have their cars inspected in the second month. W.R. Spaller, D.K. Wicks, R.J.
Officials also suggested that the inspections be carried out in the McKenney, J. Phillips, T. Tyson,
since first 20 days of the month in which due in order to avoid a long wait at L:. Silas, J.T. Lietch, Jr., N.F.
t the place of inspection. Rogers;, ,Cf.rp: Sulliyan. '

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payday

,., L.E. Stevens, L.A. Schemel,
ADS make J.W. Simmons, Jr., J.H. Cutliffe,
your D. Thomas, A. Jones, D.T.
Call her for cash.
.ya shopping easier Averitt, R.B. King.
Also donating were Owen
Russell, CPD; Mary Barett,
$100 or more. FLTWEAFAC; Eula Bernaath,
Air Operations; and Dianna
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need them. At Aetna, she can arrangefor -

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SEA' Color' 'science fiction

HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY 1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGPublishers Movie starring Lloyd Bridges and
Shirley Eaton.
: CALLS 388 2753

JAX AIR NEWS : Ads should be mailed not later than ScheduleMovies SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2

NAS JacksonvilleAFTERBURNER 1 Tuesday for publication the following NAS: 'THE NAME OF THE

1 Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this will be shown nightly at GAME IS KILL' Color horror

: deadline will be published the following week the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. drama starring Jack Lloyd and

NAS Cecil Field 1 unless the publisher is( instructed otherwise. There will also be a kiddie Susan Strasburg. M-G (88 mins).

: A check or money order for the full cost of the matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a HOSPITAL: 'THIS SAVAGE

MAIN OFFICE 1 ad must be received WITH the copy for the regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand LAND'

ad. holidays.The .
4747 San Juan Avenue .
1 RATE Minimum Hospital Theater will have MONDAYNOVEMBER3
Jacksonville Florida charge (3 lines) $2.00
1 one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil
I. Per additional line (4 words per line) M.50 Field will have two nightly shows NAS: 'RUN ANGEL RUN' -

- during the week at 5:30: and 8 Color cycle drama starring:

p.m. Matinees will be shown on William Smith and Valerie

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS SHAPED RANCH weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. Starrett. R-G ((94 mins).

C t: ::K1: :EMPLOYMENTWAITRESS :::[W players.Consoles At some dealers with cost AM to. FM liquidate, tape OAK HILL PARK HOSPITAL: 'THE NAME OF

stock. Full warranty I! Phone 771 0409. Brick & Block, 3 BR. & 2 Bath, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30 THE GAME IS KILL'
Central heat & air, eat in Kitchen,
WANTEDII!! built in range & oven, DR., sunken
SINGER LIKE NEW CONDo Living Room, finished Utility room, NAS: 'THE EXTRAORDINARY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Call 781
Good pay, good hours. 9818,
Mrs. Goff 10 A.M. 5 P.M. You can have for repair bill. $19.50. landscaped lot, fenced yard screened SEAMAN' Color comedy
Several other bargainsportable and patio, carport near both bases, all starring David Niven and Faye NAS: 'THE DETECTIVE' -
cabinet models.6437 Wilson Blvd., 771- schools and shopping. SVfc loan, $121 a Color drama starring Frank
Dunaway. G-G (80 mins).
SERVICE WIVES 5028. mo. Call after 6 p.m. 7717386.
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS HOSPITAL: 'DIRTY DOZEN' Sinatra and Lee Remick. R-G

Jobfinders 1372 Cassat 387-5626 or Color action drama starring Lee ((114 mins).
DACHSHUND PUPS
1022 Park Street. 354.7888 LAKESIDE ESTATES 'RUN ANGEL RUN'
Male Blk&Tan 1 Br. Female. AKC, Conv. to NAS, Large 3 BR, 2 Bath, Marvin and Ernest Borgnine. A- HOSPITAL:
Small Standard, Wormed. Call 264. Large panelled family room, E ((149 mins). .,
WANTEDMan 5734 after 5. fireplace, utility room, central heat WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5
to work, Part-time or full-time to and'alr. Call owner at 264.6321. FRIDAY,OCTOBER 31
repair sewing machines and stereos. TENT CAMPER NAS: 'GRAND PRIX' Color
Apply 1606 Main Street. Phone 353- Sleeps 4. Good condition. Sell for any NAS: 'RING OF BRIGHT racing drama starring James.

1946. reasonable offer over $200. 264.5214. WATER' Color action drama Garner and Eva Marie Saint. M-

SECRETARIAL HELP WANTED i:M ::1@':M J;RENTAtvFURNISHED J i @M starring Bill Travers and E ((175 mins).

Immediate opening, must be good 8.25x14 SNOW TIRES Virginia MacKenna. G-VG ((100 HOSPITAL: 'THE DETECTIVE'

typist, salary(.open, call 3887676. $8.00 each 1 Cosco high chair. $7. mins).
Continental Ins. Underwriters. Tricycle $3, Training wheels $2. 264- HOSPITAL: 'THE EXTRAORDINARY -
2541. 2 BR., House, Orange Park, 5 min. to SEAMAN.1
NAS, will reM to TAD Personnel or
WIVES DOGHOUSE Bachelors, TV, Linen, Utensils Optional .
2 to 10:30: shift, High school grad., 18. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1
Fence & post. End tables, cocktail Air Cond., 264.6884.UNFURN. .
26 to help with sales promotionalwork. tables, crib & chest of drawers. Call
No exp. necessary but must be 264.5437. NAS: 'THIS SAVAGE LAND' QutY ..
able to meet the general public. :
HOUSE
C.
Color drams starring George
Starting salary $115. per week offeredto 2 BR, Near Baldwin, 8 miles Cecil uCI oN a
and Sullivan. G-G ((97
qualified applicants. Call Mrs. FOR FREE 'SLIM.GYM'TRIAL Field, $65 mo. Call 266.4468 after 6 Scott Barry
McGuire 398-5784 for appt. between DEMO p.m. or weekends. mins).
8:30: & 3 pm. HOSPITAL: 'RING OF BRIGHT
Call Ruth & Andy Anders after 7 or
weekends. 246.6009. FURNISHED HOUSE WATER'
PART-TIME COUNTER GIRL 3 BR. Red Brick, in Orange Park.
Work 10:30: AM.130: P.M. Contact Carpeted living room & DR., Utility NAS: MATINEE: 'AROUNDTHE
NAS Civilian Cafeteria at Bldg. 2. 389- BEAUTY SHOP EQUIP room, carport, patio, & fenced yard. WORLD UNDER THE
3362 Excellent cond.264.2509 Two dryers & Dock privileges No objections to well-
hydraulic chair & shampoo booth.2UTILITYTRAILERS behaved children & pets. Avail. Nov.
1. Ph. 2645505.

OPERATIONS TRAINEE
Young man to train in all departmentsof SUNDAY
growing financial organization.Must 1 custom made, one Vz ton pick-up. SUBLET OPEN
Jumper class & western pleasure 2 BR., 2 Bath, Comp. furn. Apt. Nov.
be H.S. grad., some' college
6 to Jan. 10. 264.4419 or 7682561. Mal
helpful. Excellent opportunity for horses for ale. Call Coggins VA-172, '
advancement. Liberal salary and'full 771.3211 Ext!; 533. Elicker.

benefits, I including' paid' vacation! ,
insurance and retirement plan. Apply REAL BUY FURNISHED COTTAGE
: Mr. M.J. Pilver Jax Navy shaped Adults only, $55 per mo., lights &
14 carat white gold pear
Federal Credit Union, P.O. Box 54. $375. water included. 4158 Shirley Ave. 388-
diamond and matching band. ....
Bldg.39, NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 32212. 3897270. 3540 10O GUARANTEE


AKC REG. BEAGLE PUPS We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In.
Trl-color. 1 BR. FURN. tuned tightened and replaced everythingthat
PART-TIME MECHANICOnly Shots. Wormed Beaut. pertlon. Then we up
those who want to work need Special F. 30M. $35. 264.5121.IMOBILEHOMES. Pool. Avail Nov. 15th. 7710348. needed it. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or
apply I Astro Motors, 6566 Normandy replacement of all major mechanical part** for 30 day or 1000
Boulevard.LMISCELLANEOUS. mile Come on In and double check.


J;1 \ ; :,\fj; j <.11r....TRANSPORTATIONAUTOMOBILES: : .: :: \s.' ENGINE ASSEMBLIES'TRANSMISSION BRAKE SYSTEM REAR ELECTRICAL AXLE FRONT SYSTEM AXLE

,
w. ,
't : : :!: : : : : IJ 1 i Bold New Colors

JUSTISS TRAILER PARK FURNISHEDEast _1M II I arer.wr..rr--
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern and West Coast 353 3691.
trailers and Apts. 389 3007. 69 VW SQUAREBACK $2595Auto
DO YOU WANT TO BE tran*., R&H, Low WI...
A DISC JOCKEY?
For information dial 356 8351. MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea '61 OLDS-DYNAMIC '88 61 VW SUNROOF $795

( Mobile Home Park) V Mile 4 Dr., A-T, P.S., P.B., R&H, Good No Heater, New Paint.
cond. Need money.
running
Cleaned and HEATERS Serviced. Central Units, schools North of and NAS shopping, lots and center.rentals Clean Near on, reasonable offer refused. 246.0448. 64 VW '1500' SEDAN $1195,

Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur. and'reasonable rates. Manager 3-Door: Radio & Heater.
naces. Tylers Heating and Air Con premises. Children and pets welcome.. 1969 CADILLAC SEDAN
ditioning. Lake Shore 4711 Palmer 6301 Roosevelt 3899226. DeVille, Fully equipped. Call 2645437. 65 VW SEDAN $1195

Ave., 388 5161.GEORGE'S. Radio & Heater.

FOR SALE OR RENT 68 MUSTANG CONVT., 66 VW SEDAN $1295Radio
KENNELS .
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand 10 x 55 Mobile Home, 2 BR, Washing R&H PS, PB, AT, Mag Wheels, & Heater. ,.,Vr:,
machine. Very Good Cond., Near Bucket Seats, V-8, good cond. Call 264-
delivery Est. 1925, Poodle
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 Cecil, Assume payments. Phone 264- 9396 after 5 P.M. 67 VW SEDAN $1495Radio

Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and 6719. & Heater.
Edgewood) 389 0064
'66 DODGE DART 68 VW SEDAN $1695Radio
1965 KNOX MOBILE HOME Model 270 Station Wagon A-T, Air
FORM 171 Cond., 5 good tires. True economy & Heater
NEED 2 Br., Furnished, by owner. Phone 246-
excellent running cond. Sacrifice,
Updated for Upgrading? Need a 6892. $1,195.' 2460448. 68 MUSTANG $1995
resume of past |lob experience? R. H. 2-Door Hardtop, V-8, Auto trans., R&H.
Revels Cedar River Services 384-
7298. 196 PLYMOUTH 67 MUSTANG $1395

SELLING OUTIII! ftri j 1I REAL, ::ESTATE, :VJ,ii.1; A 383..C. Good Fury I I.c tires door& ,clean.P.S. P.B.$750., R&H Cash, Door Hardtop, V-8. Auto., tran*.. Wide-oval tire. R&H. a

No reasonable offer refused. takes it. Call day 772-3052 after 4:30: 66 MUSTANG convertible $1495 :?
STEREOS all makes and models, 772.8336. V'S. Auto. trans:. Air Cond.', Radio & Heater, Black Top ?"
Consoles, components, tape players, 'i.
combinations. A-l Music Center 1606 WATERFRONT LOTS '58 TR3 .MUSTANG $1295
Main St. High wooded perfect for retirementand
around living. Easy terms Classic Bug Eye. Must see to ap 2-Door Hardtop, Air Cond., R&H.
year
Welcomed 1 Mile East preciate. Asking $695. 786.2733.
Mobile Homes
OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
DISTRIBUTOR SURPLUS of Lake Ashbury on 209. Also new
Stereo,42 in. walnut console. New AM. restricted sub division near com 18 FT. FIBERGLASS
FM, $88 full price. Terms. Phone 772- pletion. Contact La Rue 725 3992. Inboard, Outboard, 120 Mercury,
8076. Service Discount Co. 6110 103rd. SALE! outdrive, power tilt, solid galvinized WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
RENT OR had top
HOMES tandem tilt trailer vinyl
We help NAVY Quick Move In. Call excellent cond. $2300. Call 388 0306.US.Sawtgm .
us firstl) Courteous Service.

Live crabs and FOR fresh SALE fish, 1 Row Mullet, SILLAY REALTY. COMPANY INC.
389 6201
for deep freezers by orders. Wilford Bonds ,
Fish Camp. 264.9707. ,

Shares 1150 LaNe Ave.,, So. Phone 781-5511
FOR RENT OR SALE
1969 SINGER ZIG, ZAG Blind Hem, Houses and Apts. Equity VA & FHA Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PMII ',
In cabinet, Buttonhole "
All built in, $46.50 or resales. $100 down. Call Powell or ; ,_
easy Monograms terms. To see call credit Mills, USN Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park r'" __' ',"'tfi-:";'.'J:. .
Free Notary.
Realty, Military i
manager. 388.0784.



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4 I President Okays


$ 3 ya M MBoo Mi = 10 New Executive



Board LocationsThe

,
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k. )R Yw rot < President has authorized

ip4ta ti' ii Robert P. Mayo, director of the
Bureau of Budget, to establish 10
new federal executive boards
making a total of 25 now locatedin
i\ : the largest cities in the

country.The .
ka. _____ ,
b' Y __b 'Y
boards consist of
\ top r
'
federal officials representingboth _
1 civilian and military fi'T
g4 agencies in the metropolitanareas r'
-4 p concerned. Organized in

1961, the boards are designed to ,; '
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DEANSY LEAVES NARF said goodby to Deansy Duncan who promote cooperation among
worked as a cleaner and coffeemaker in the administrative spaces. federal agencies in the field, and ,NARF RETIREMENT Charles O. Dayton of the NARF Shops
Prior to Capt. D.H. Heile presenting her the retirement plaque her to serve as a link for transmitting Department was presented a retirement plaque by NARF CO, Capt. I
. supervisor presented Deansy a 25 year retirement watch. presidential concerns directly to D.H. Heile. Dayton was an aircraft instrument repairman.
federal officials located in major .

Employees in Service cities.A .
recent survey of the boards
concluded that during the last
Keep Most Job RightsIn seven years the boards have e XY
made significant contributions in q

the areas of community service,
view of the increasing eligible before entering the armed improving the implementation of J
number of federal employees forces, but also for any government policies and efficient
performing duty in the armed promotions for which he becomes management.In .
forces, the U.S. Civil Service eligible while in the service.
Commission is reemphasizingtheir There is a special provision for his letter to Mayo the
rights to agency managersand employees who enter military President gave his support of the r
supervisors, both while they service while they are undergoing boards as 'means of advancingour
are in the armed forces and upon a prescribed course of common goal of creating a
their return to civilian duty. training. The employee may be more effective federal govern-
The Commission has instructed promoted if he has substantially ment and creating a new sense of q<
agencies that it is essential for completed the training and has partnership between the federal
every manager and supervisor to demonstrated to his agency's government and states and ,
be thoroughly acquainted with satisfaction an ability to performthe communities.' ,'4'']%:; I 1;;

their employees' rights so that duties of the higher grade The 10 new Federal Executive R&L__
\ they may be assured of all position for which trained.An Boards will be established in : 1f ; .
.: benefits due them. basic ACCOUNTANT RETIRES Durell B. Sapp, head of the resources
employee's entitlement Albuquerque, Baltimore, Buffalo -
Federal employees absent office, accounting branch of the Comptrollers accounting division,
,. ont is to be returned to the Cincinnati, Detroit, Miami,
entitled be retired after 30 years civil service employment. Cdr., ,G.H. Eckert
military duty are to he
position he left or to one was Newark, New Orleans, Pittsburgh
.e' considered while they are away promoted to in his absence. But and Portland, Ore. presents him with a retirement plaque during a luncheon in his honor.
for all promotions they would there is no reason why he cannotbe
have been considered for had given a higher grade positionif Boards now exist in Atlanta, 19 Get Safety AwardsJaxA
they remained on the job, it was he is qualified and applicable Boston, Cleveland, Chicago,

pointed out. Military service is requirements of the agency's Dallas-Fort Worth, Denver, combined total of 311 awards which he had just
regarded as an extension of civil Merit Promotion Program are Honolulu, Kansas City, Los years of safe shop practices has presented, Capt. D.H. Heile,
service and must be given appropriate met. In this connection, Angeles, Minneapolis-St. Paul
super earned awards for 19 supervisorsof NARF CO, pointed out that 'shop
credit. The employee is visors should take care to give New York, Philadelphia, St. the Naval Air Rework Facility.In safety, although always con- ,
entitled to consideration not only the employee full credit for his Louis,San Francisco and Seattle. speaking of the safety cerned with the protection of :
for promotions for which he was
military experience.
people and. property, has,taken on I

:.: 1 ED I FOR OUR SECOND BIG WEEK! added tight Awards defense significance were dollars.made in'thiS to era the 01


following supervisors with the J

SATURDAY AND SUNDAYOPENING indicated safe years: <
John C. Horn Jr;, 13 years; J
John F. Onstott Jr., 20 years; I
,of Dudley Boatwright 16 years; J
..sk Thomas Stringfellow 14 years; <
Charles N. Williams 18 years; I
3 9 AM to 6PM
) Alvin E. Warren 15 years; Bishop \
e B. Burmeister 15 years; John W. t
z Andrews 16 years; Jack C. Byars \
DUE TO THE TREMENDOUS CROWD WHICH ATTENDED OUR GRAND OPENING 17 years; Eldon A. Rutten 18 t

LAST WEEK WE ARE EXTENDING OUR INVITATION THIS WEEKWE years; and Volly T. Reynolds Jr., (
1 HOPE THAT WE HAY GIVE EACH OF YOU OUR MOST CORDIAL 21 years. r
WELCOME AND OUR UNDIVIDED ATTENTION Other supervisors who will (
receive awards in the future c

: SPECIAL BONUS include: Charles G. Hart 10 s
years; Joseph S. Fagen, Jr., 15 r
years; Ray C. Lindsey 15 years; c
f FOR ANYONE LEASING AN APARTMENT THIS WEEXENDII Arthur Hargnett 17 years; t

r CALL.,.264-2815 FOR COMPLETE DETAILSLARGE. William H. Gentry 17 years; ()
Harvey F. Council Jr., 17 years; t
.' I. ft 1 loo-room Apart FREE Golf 01 private Country Club Manager and social' coordinator on
,... menu from S1S1 meUlllltlej 'prem,set Jack K. Heard 18 years; and t
Included Individually controlled Central Heat Spacious Club Room for Parties 1
19 d
and Air Conditioning' i Entertainment Ralph Tompkins years.
Club site pool with Cabana at pool side ,
t Quality Furniture Fully Carpeted Draped Ultra M.d.rn Kitch. Fully To accomplish an outstanding s
ONLY IVi MILES SOUTH OF NAS JAX MAIN GATE Massive Closet SPiel Furnished. Unfurnished l4IupplCtwiltl Dishwash.r.:GENERAL DI.Oas.t.. ELICTRIC Range a / safety record of 'no losttimeaccidents' p
RNrig.rater.
each supervisor, as
'l well as his employees must S
practice safety at all times in i il
10J NAf V daily work operations. 0

.I.4' CLCIL FI xLD I I-! r lAx 0 aV t r tl'
I A BUY U.S.
A 1.295 A 11
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741 HIGHWAY 1750.
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Merit Job Openings AnnouncedFor


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Merit promotion opportunities Tuesday, although no details and 9. 142-69 MInstrument
currently open for were available.The Mechanic (General), 143-69
receipt of applications are listed local wage committee is Aircraft Painting Worker, 145-69
below. also scheduled to hold hearingson Electrician, 146-69 Supervisory
Applications for the positions in principal types of wage Supply Clerk GS-4, 147-69.
the following group will be accepted positions in the middle of Military Personnel Clerk Typist'GS5.
from career or career November. 149-69 Supervisory Military
conditional employees of the air Automotive Mechanic (Body & Personnel Clerk, Typing GS-5,
station, Naval Air Rework Fender), 103-69 Clerk-Dictating 149-69 Supervisory Military
Facility, Fleet Air Jacksonville, Machine Transcriber GS-4,105-69 Personnel Clerk, Typing GS-5,

PAY .- Members of the local wage survey committee listen to Fleet Aviation Electronics Secretary (Steno) GS-5, 107-69 152-69 A-C Engine Mechanic, 153-
report during initial hearing for the upcoming federal corrdinated pay Training Unit Atlantic Det. Jax, Card Punch Operator GS-2 and 3, 69 Airfeames Mechanic, 154-69
system. Fleet Intelligence Center Europe, 108-69 Messenger GS-2 and 3,11069 Computer Operator GS-4 155-69
Navy Commissary Stores, Naval Production Controller GS-7, Instrument Mechanic (Elec- .
Jax Pay Survey Group Hospital, Navy Recruiting 111-69 Planner & Estimator tronic), 156-69 Aircraft Metals
Station, Regional Storage (Sheetmetal Worker), 112-69 Worker and 157-69 Aircraft
Management Office, Disease Electric Accounting Machine Examiner (Aircraft Ectrician),
Holds Initial HearingJax Vector Control Fleet Weather Operator GS-3, 114-69 The following jobs are open
Facility, Defense Surplus Sales Pipecoverer & Insulator, 11569 for the same people as in the
The Local Wage Survey; station's Civilian PeS--onnel Office"and Navy Finance Office Plasterer, 117-69 Sheetmetal above group, although a cut-off
Committee held its first hearing;! Department. Jacksonville. Worker, 118-69 Refrigeration & date follows each position for the
Oct.22 under the chairmanship of: The hearings are being held in MPB No. 79-69 Electronics Air Conditioning Mechanic, 119- purpose of establishing the.
Dominic Worsowicz of the connection with the Federal Mechanic 80-69 A-C Electronics 69 Military Personnel Clerk GS-4 registers. t
Coordinated Wage System expected Worker, 81-69 Accounts Main- Boiler Tender, 112-69 Plumber MPB No. 158- 9 Welder (Nov.
It's Your to go into effect in the tenance Clerk GS-4,82-69 Planner and 124-69 Assistant Meat 3) and 159-69 Aircraft Examiner
Jacksonville area next March. & Estimator (Public Works Cutter. (Airframes Mechanic) Nov. 10.)

Other members of the local Structures),83.69A-C Instrument Also, 125-69 Laborer Cleaner, Applications for the following
SocialSecurity committee to study pay include Mechanic 126-69 Mess Attendant 128-69 jobs are open from government
Jack Shapiro and George 84-69 A-C Instrument Worker 85- Secretary (Steno), GS-4, 129-69 workers nation wide.
McKinney, with James Kevin, 69 A-C Electrician, 86-69 Clerk Aircraft Instrument Mechanic MPB No. 148-69 Electronic
Don Rohweller and James (Stenographer) GS-3 and 4, 87-69 (Electronic) 130-69 Automotive Engineer (General GS-7, 9 and
Wingate serving as alternates. Clerk(Typist) GS-2,3 and 4,88-69 Equipment Serviceman, 131-69 11; and 15 150-69 Mechanical
Mrs. Mary Selby also was in on Electronics Mechanic (A-C Clerk GS-301, 2 and 3, 132-69 Engineer GS-7,9 and 11. Closing
We Americans are a people in a' the wage survey meeting last Systems), and 89-69 Electronics Computer Operator GS-5, 133-69 date for both hobs is Nov. 10.
hurry. Standing in lines 01. week. Mechanic (Maintenance). Stockman, 136-69 Data Com- Application forms 171 for these
waiting is just not a charac; Appearing before the committee Also 90-69 Machinist 91-69 A-C munications Operator GS-4, 137- positions should be filed with
teristic of our make up. We want were representatives of Electrical Worker 92-69 Planner 69 Management Technician GS-5, Civilian Personnel DepartmentBox
what we want when we want i it the AFGE Local 2010; National & Estimator (Public Works 139-69 Teletypist GS-5, 140-69 22, NAS Jax.
and that is usually right now; 1 I' "Association of Supervisors, Electrical Systems), 93-69 In- Mechanical Engineering Further information is
don't suppose there .i is anything Chapter 11; National Associationof dustrial Tractor Operator, 9469Annrentire Technician (Jet Engine) GS-7.1 available from bulletins.
wrong with this, so long Has we Aircraft Examiners; AFGE t't First,. ..-- Year- --- 96-69 --
recognize that attaining this L.goal Local No. 966; AM Naval Air Statistical Assistant GS-5, 97-69 -
takes a little effort. Lodge 1630; and the National Accounting Technician GS-4, 101- 7d6 (
When people retire they want Association of Planners and 69 A-C Metalsmith. 102-69 -
their first social security check Estimators, Local 14. surveyed as well as ratings to be
as soon as possible. One sure way Written presentations were surveyed and geographical BY BELLAIR I HOME BUILDERS I I INC.
to get it is by touching base with submitted concerning firms to be coverage.
your ,social security office before surveyed as well as ratings to be Further meetings on these
you actually quit work. It is surveyed and geographical subjects were also scheduled for r Ns ,
suggested that you pay them a coverage. ,
visit about three months before

you retire. There are several ADS make your shopping easier
reasons for this. .
T
There is more to making a ___
social security claim than just
signing your name. You will be I
required to furnish proof of your OVER 200 JOiN6SMany
For reaching
age. people now :::: : :: :;i ::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
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retirement age, this raises some ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : :
problems because official birth Company-Fee PaidA .
records may not have been keptat
the time they were born in the
place where they were born. But NEW FUTURE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS

while a birth or baptismal cer-
tificate issued before a person : ./ .'
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was five years old is consideredthe

best proof of age other Cavanaugh [I ] Gray-Westside noUR
documents can be used if those __
records are not available schoolor Personnel Consultants
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church records, for example, PR BR 2 c BR 2
or a family Bible, an old insurance 1147 SO. EDGEWOOD AVE. ((1 Block from Edgewood Theater) K J
policy military or immigration cLCP
records, marriage CONVENIENCE CALL 387.6416 OR CLIP
FOR YOUR
certificates and the birth certificates APPOINTMENT D L eR 1e
AND MAI L FOR AN
of children. If you visitor APPOINTMENTS ARRANGED). J

call your social security office (EVENING ---------- !
before the people -------------
you retire, -----
there will be glad to go over the I To: Cavanaugh-Gray WESTSIDE I II
documents you have on hand to So. Edgewood, .
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see whether they will serve to I Jacksonville Fla. 32205 ......
the living and quite areas of .
birth. central entrance foyer separates
prove your date of ( I am Interested In the following Job OpportunltieSOEzec A
The word from the Social pharmacist C 8. You'll find 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and many roomy closets
Security Administration is to get Steno Secty.!'Receptionist D D Lab Tech. Med/Dental I I plus a free separate dining room. Why not include a family room
Clerk
in touch with social security Electronics Tech. in plans!
your I Legal Secty. D fireplace (optional) your '
office three months before you Q Office Manager D Engineer 514.500-$16,500 i
retire and get that first check on D NCR Optrs/Acct Rec. Clk. a Mechanic (All types)
time. a Admin. Trainee Q Accountant Clay County's Only Completely PLANNED COMMUNITY!
D Storekeeper/Warehouseman I II
G Salesmen (All Types)
I I II :BELL..A.JE&HO : ::
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I Name (Print) II I
COHTROLSERVICEor. I II : E aUJLDERS: : I3STC.:
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Address (
CoIdIel
:!. \co-plet. Put I You art cordially Invited to Inspect' our homes at your convenience
; 3740 Main St. 0 I Tel. Res Office 10 A.M. to Derk. Travel South on Btendii* Boulevard (Hwy. 21)
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witches and bad witches. Good witchcraft, we have the them. Barbarians very seldom
witches are those which practice mysterious case of the woman burned witches. True, the
white magic and bad witches are who had made an apple dum- heathen savage burned effigiesand
those which practice black pling. Her accusers pronouncedher built bonfires that they couldgo
magic. As far as we know, thereis a witch on the grounds that running in and out, of, but this 1
no way to tell which witch is she couldn't have gotten the did not progress, often, to actual
which, which, whicheverway you apple in the dumpling without witch burning until more
look at it, makes witch hunting resorting to magic. She managedto humane, Christian times when
\ something less than a science. win her freedom, however, by the judges believed they were
Nevertheless, the British had a demonstrating her culinary arts doing the witch a favor.
4 system. When the famous Joan of before the authorities. Maybe Again, no one knows how Miss 0
Arc destroyer their armies in they were hungry.But Arc thought on this subject.
France it became increasingly these two cases aside, Nevertheless, we think that Cats best.
obvious to the British that the there has been a time in our inspite of progress, we should, to are
I wench was a witch. Con- history when witches, for some be complete, give the reader a
first and sequently, they burned her justas reason, weren't so hard to detect. wider range of precautions he Auvergnec and other strange
soon as they could, which was Indeed, it is said that one judge in can take when confronted with a looking words. Furthermore,
most popular probably not nearly as soon as Nancy was perceptive enough to possible witch. some side benefits to thise
method they would have liked to. find 800 of these evil women and The first and most popular process includes protection
Even so, there were some did, himself, put them to the method of rendering oneself against thunder, hail and cattle
October 31, or Halloween or desenters. The French, who had torch. secure from witches is the method disease, just in case you need it.
Hallowe'en or (hal-o-en') or 'holy been winning the war under her About the same time 400 card- described above where in a Also it good to run your cattle
", evening' or All Hallow's Eve, or leadership, could not follow this carrying witches were done away bonfire is made for the purpose of over burning embers, as this will
Virgil of All Hallows, or British logic at all and in fact, with in one hugh, fire at Toulous, leaping over or running through.If protect their milk and you may as
Samhnagan (?), or whatever else went so far the other way as to and in Treves 7,000 more were this doesn't suit your taste, you well roast a live cat, hare, ser-
you might want to call itis, at raise the fair maid to a Saint. put out of their misery. Details on may also lie as near the fire as pent or fox while you-re at it.
any rate, nearly here again and Later, everyone agreed that the these trials. are unfortunately possible and allow the smoke to Actually, cats are best, though
with it comes the attendant French were right. sketchey at this time. roll over you. This method and its certain authorities from the
recognition of the supernatural.The No one, knows how Miss Arc That these witches were variations are highly recom- German school prefer foxes to
supernatural: Whether you thought on this subject.In burned does not mean that this is mended by people from Buchan, anything else. If you are in doubt,
believe in witches, ghosts, and another recorded instance of the only way of dealing with Morlanuely, Brabant, Harnauts, roast everything just to be on the
magic or not, the fact is, nearly safe side.
.. two-thirds of the rest of the
Mistletoe, left over from
; people in the world do and until
Christmas, can also come in
about 200 years ago witches, .
handy and its wise to keep some
especially, were a normal oc- on you at all times for various
curance. John Wesley, for in-
\ reasons. Similarily, mugwort,
stance, held that a disbelief in
moutain-ash and rowan
witchcraft constituted
a flagrant
(whatever they are) have been
\ admission of atheism and indeed
found to be an effective witch
{ even the Bible gives evidence of \
their existence. prevention ingredient when usedin
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conscientiously
a applied
Furthermore, we know that the
of witch
program hunting.
ancient Egyptians knew of
\4 witches as did the learned This has been a public service

S Romans and the American In- announcement.
dians. William :Shakespeare

wrote of them and Pliny thought ADS make
\. that they had dulled his razor. yourshopping
'\ Therefore, in light of this easier
I widespread belief, the JAX AIR
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a' public servant, and in
> response to hundreds, yea THIS WEEK'S
y thousands of requests, both by
S mail and telegram, will now
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Warns Against Marijuana


lly pending on the circumstances,
'apt. !Robert M. Richards an offender might escape with

:. .,,', Staff Judge Advocate only administrative action under

'\ ; Note: The following was condensed Air Force Manual 39-12, which
... from au article by would ordinarily net him an undesirable -
Col. William Wolfcndon. 99 discharge. Either by
Combat court-martial or administrative
Support Group commander -
in the July 11, 19G9 discharge, the drug abuser is a
i issue of the Wcstover AFB loser-in a big. way.
newspaper, The Yankee Possession is physical controlor
Flyer. dominion over the 'substance.In .
.. plain language, you have it
!How long will one puff on a on your person or in your belongings
marijuana cigarette: last you? and you know it. The
It could last for five years! mere fact of possession is un-
Article 1S4: of the Uniform lawful and establishes a presumption
Code of Military Justice pro- that you have it for an
.' # $ vides for prosecution by court- illegal. purpose.
martial of any military member Sale or transfer means givingthe
who, without authority, pos- drug or marijuana to someone
w'S sesses, sells transfers, uses, or else, whether it be for I
brings onto a military base any money or not. Bringing it onto a .
marijuana or narcotic drug. The military base for whatever illegal .
penalties for these offenses purpose is, in itself, a crime. i
range as high as a dishonorable Use is simple-if you take it
discharge, confinement for five illegally you are a user. 4.
years, and loss of all pay and If the temptation should ever '
.. allowances. If the drug is habit- arise or your curiosity! should
''I- forming, confinement may be as sway you, stop and think! Then
N high as ten years. ask yourself if the possibility of
y
lI : designed for a very serious offense experience is worth the risk of
The Air Force is very grave penalties.How .
"'"'-- clear on this subject. Illegal use long will that puff on a
...,,f, -- or possession of marijuana or marijuana cigarette last you?
;w >'\ ,," ,.,'. drugs will not be tolerated. De-
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has been announced the handles Wave's uniform items
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uniform of the day will be optional that have been found to be in 1

/., ,\, winter and summer recurring demand. NATTC C &
>> .# ,v,; A.. :, uniforms through the month of SS is located in Building 513.
rS' November. On Dec. 1 the winter !Hours of operation for the
:
,---- ..*', uniform will be the uniform of the stores are as follows: Mainside C
\ .,' ,.:,,' day. & SS is open Tuesday and Wednesday -

't "' ; 0900-1545, Thursday and
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,..-" Clothing and Small Stores has a Friday 0900-1645, and on Satur
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", supply on hand in order that day 0800-1315, it is closed on
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;:> : sailors and Waves may replenishtheir Sunday and Monday. NATTC C &
'" 0" : seabags as necessary. The SS is open Monday through
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'..;I.'r4 ,,. ,, mainside store carries men's Thursday 1100-1700, Friday" 1100-
; ,. .', < uniforms articles, located in 1530, and closed Saturday and

.. Building 953. NATTC C & SS Sunday
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Store Prices

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To Be Same at ClubsJax



-- In a move to keep the order to conform with the

prices of different beverages on identical price list, according to
sale in the various package stores the commander. Prices will be S


aboard station the same, price comparable to those off the F ,
changes will go into effect at all station as a result of the cost

of the clubs next week. changes.The .

LCdr. L.C. Zilla of the station's will .q
price changes not
Supply Department, who is
i affect club operations to any
coordinating the identical pricesat of the
degree in that a portion
all package stores, said profits will continue to go back
Tuesday that currently there is a into the individual clubs to help I :(
considerable variation from clubto
offset operating costs.
club in the cost of beverages.

While prices will go up for All price adjustments will have /k s
liquor in some of the package gone into effect by Monday at all

stores, others will go down in, the clubs. ""

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Forthcoming instructions will :

FURNITURE WAREHOUSE require everyone to buy package

Direct from factory to you goods from the club which they r-!," ,
Compare: Quality would normally go to because of -
Price grade or rank officers to the ., M S

Cash/ tV Carry O'Club, chiefs to the CPO Club OUR CHEF SAYS HIS POLYNESIAN'CUISINE
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Club VAdm. Duncan Urges



'," t1 n 1 Support of ExchangesVAdm.

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t;.' ,:4,,, goals and accomplishments of the Navy Exchange system in the
.. following article from a personal newsletter.
IU.U".JACK"TS; INN :,.>t <; : Alit. 'From talking to young officers and men in the Navy, from reading
: ,/ letters coming to Washington and letters to the editors of service
Dance tonight to the sound of ,' .' ,
lack of full
., a papers, it is apparent that there is a fairly widespread
Messenger of the Masses. Phasesof < :: :' ., V understanding of the part that the Navy Exchange system plays in the
Fiction will be on stage Navy. A great many people think of the Navy Exchange system as
tomorrow night and Saturday. e ,.. '- '" existing only to provide the more necessary articles or more usual
Sunday and Monday will feature x articles needed for men and their families at a lower price than is
the Hot Water Blues, and J.fJ found in the general retail market, and at a price which our people -
Tuesday night the club will "E4 a. some with many expenses and relatively modest salaries can afford.In .
present the Camelots. Appearing other words, it is considered as a benefit to supplement pay. It is
Wednesday will be the Four of rx :w.... also widely recognized as an absolute necessity on isolated bases, suchas
Clubs. \ ."': Adak or Midway where there is no other source of supply.
'Based on these views, many complain that they have found articles
CPO CLUB during some sale in a retail store where there may be 'loss leaders'
9 sold under the Navy Exchange price. Thorough studies,have been
Dine and dance to the music of ) made by outside agencies which prove conclusively that, on the
Mel Gaden tomorrow night and average, Exchange prices are considerably lower than retail prices in
Sunday. Saturday evening will (IIfx ';r'j civilian stores, including 'discount' operations. However, much more
feature entertainment by Mark c l x important is the fact that the Navy Exchange system provides for

{, Castle. almost all of the recreational facilities in the Naval Establishment. It

"t1 supports all of our athletics and much of our special services ac
FRA M z tivities.It .
\
pays the cost of all of the movies seen by the Navy afloat and at
Be at the FRA tomorrow nightat most'overseas bases (at a cost of over five million dollars annually).
8 for the special Halloween J2w Navy people (and others) think the Navy has free movies; there
costume party. Saturday evening Malay such things as free movies. Exchange profits also support unit

features juke box dancing, and on 3h d 9' parties and picnics, and provide hobby shops. Sometimes swimming
Sunday the Goodtimers will be pools are funded from Exchange profits though they really should be
appearing on stage. Don't forget charged to appropriated funds which cannot be obtained. During FY
that the FRA serves lunch from :s '69 the Exchange system provided 37.2 million dollars to Navy
11 to 2 daily, and dinner from 5 to ti recreational activities throughout the world; and the projection for

9; FY 70 is 42 million dollars.'It .

Military Golf ClassicIs could be argued that many of these recreational activities shouldbe
Won By Navy Chief paid for by appropriated funds. Every effort is made in appropriatecases
< to obtain appropriated funds, particularly for athletic activities,
WASHINGTON (AFPS) etc. However, the Navy has not be successful in obtaining substantial
One of the biff winners in Las
CHIEF REENLISTS-Air Operations Maintenance Department funds in these areas due to the limitation on total funds. Therefore,
Vegas, 'Nev., Sept. 19 was Mas-
ter Chief Radioman Eugene Ed. Quality Assurance chief signs the papers that last week we would have no real recreational program as we now know it on our
{ wards of the Naval Training obligated himself for another four years of naval service. ADRC Paul many bases, or any athletic programs within the fleet, or unit parties,
Center at San Diego, Calif. Nadeau, a ten year veteran took the reenlistment oath from AOMD such: as ship's dances, were it not for the profits from the Exchange
1 he earned his laurels on the golf Officer, LCdr. J.R. Beddard.Authorization system.
i course rather than the casinos. 'Viewed in this light, it is clear that we should patronize our Navy
Edwards outplayed 250 golfers Exchange even if prices were slightly higher than commercial retail
Needed Before
from all the United
over prices, as it is the Navyman who benefits by whatever profit is made.In .
t States to win the .second annual
c National Military InvitationalGolf ,a very real sense he is a stockholder in the Navy Exchange and
Classic with a red-hot, five Self-Help. Construction Begins receives a 5.3 percent dividend on every dollar he spends in the Exchange -
\" under par 2Ui3.TEXACO. ; paid out in the form of recreation benefits which he and his
family can enjoy. "t *< .
Jax In a message to all submitting a written request to 'Therefore, when you are using the Exchange for purchases, you are
INC. departments aboard the air the Public Works officer. generating profits to run the Navy athletic and recreation system for

\ Dealerships Available station, Capt. H.O. Cutler, NAS This policy is intended to men and for dependents. Fortunately, and due to the fact that Exchanges -
.. commanding officer, reminded prevent the accomplishment of can operate with lower expenses, prices.are definitely lower
,,' 4230 Ortega Blvd. personnel that repairs and work not in conformance with than in civilian stores. The fact that in one or two isolated cases some
660 Riverside Ave. alterations of public utilities are existing utility system capability, item of merchandise may be purchased for a lower price in the
1-95 & Ba/meadow Rd. the responsibility of the Public safety, design and construction commercial retail market, is insignificant when you consider that all
Works Officer, regardless of the criteria. To insure that these the profits are returned for Navy use.'
y FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE funds used. standards met all
TRAINING WITH PAY are selfhelpand Records on Film
ADVERTISING AND The message points out that construction criteria. To
PROMOTIONAL SUPPORT individuals should not attempt to insure that these standards are WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
i Call' 353-5734 do or contract for work of this met, all self-help construction Army records are Retting smaller -
Of Write P.O. lox 3702 type without authorization. projects must be inspected and but easier to find. Iii.MatuaI
Jacksonville, Fla.: Approve! of self-help construction approved by qualified Public For some of its locator files,
.may be obtained by Works personnel. the Army Data Support Command
has converted from paperto '
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The Marine Corps says itill needed.
) reduce unaccompanied tours

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By Richard L. Baron subtitle, 'A Hip Mate for Straight done by Grant Morrill and Bill I 1 ,
Shakespeare's plays are Kate'. Vogt. f -

universal meaning as they do all It was a well-done production, Complete with motorcycle
things to all men. But they do and played to packed houses, roaring around stage, long- -
present two problems which must which shows the value of the haired servants, excellent :--A\ -
be overcome to make a modernization. The language costuming, and beautiful music, = :
production valid: the first is that was Shakespeare's, uncut, while this production was not boring to
modern audiences, unassociatedwith the mood and mode were as the audience. The entr'acte light-
the language need a handleto modern as bell-bottoms and the show was exciting, and light ,,
grasp something which will Mothers of Invention. Under the designs playing on the audience '-- ,,'"

make the play immediately direction of Arthur J. Beer, Jr., heightened the sense of in- JiFi

understandable to them; the Jax University students romped volvement. The University C- .._' __=.r-
other rests on the complex their way through a very up-to- Players will be doing a great dealin
production problems attending a date show, dancing to Beatles the next few months, and they 1EliN
Shakespearean play such as an music, with flashing light shows, certainly deserve our support. It
authentic costuming and huge flash-on movies, and a great deal can be good experience for all
setpieces, which are beyond the of enjoyment and enthusiasm. generations.
range of many college and Petruchio, the shrew-tamer, is
community theatres, in both played by Denzel Rogers, and 1.
ability or economic sense. there is very little that he missedin

So to answer both problems, the way of performance. Hip, ,
there has been a trend towardsthe mod, and very knowing, Mr. Rk
modernization of Rogers delivered well and kept ....
Shakespeare, the greatest the pace of the show moving. His -1M T
example being the 1937 Mercury servant-cohort, Grumio, was LI
Theatre production of JULIUS played by Bob Letizia with a cut V
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in Fascist costume. This has the of modern enjoyment like Jack
advantage''of cutting down the Oakie, and despite an occasional
Caps between modern belief and breathiness of lines, did well. E / 1I. 'j
authe n tic i t Y Grant Morrill as Hortensio,
between an old idea and one Terry Mann as Pedant with
which is modern and has value butterfly net, Director Beer as
for a modern audience. Vincentio, and John Beattie as
While there are some of Biondello came over: as very
Shakespeare's plays which must strong supporters in a generally
be done in a period manner, suchas good gtoup of male roles.
RICHARD III, there are Katherine, the Shrew, was well I. +
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In National League In-
tramural football action Monday
afternoon Hospital picked up DETROIT ,SAN FRANCISCONFL> ( )
their fourth win of the season as
they dumped Air Ops 14-G.(; V SAN DIEGO DENVER_ ? (AFL)
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Willie Durkin and Matt Munn FLORIDA_ AUBURN_ _
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TENNESSEEiKANSAS |GEORGIA_ _
Last week it was Medical

coming through with a 14.6 win : ST.III. MISSOURI *
over FICEUIl as Jim Grover put

both Medical touchdowns across. "F INDIANA MICHIGAN ST_ _
Don Moans scored for FICEUR. _

AMD took a 16-8 victory from MONTANA MONTANA ST._ _
MARTD as Terry Miller and
Chuck Cosgrove each scored. MIAMI HOUSTON
Jerry Hamby had the lone score

for MAUTD. COLUMBIA, .CORNEll, ''
Admin walked over Weapons
Football Winner Bruce Risenberg
22-0 with Jim Quinn Chuck
Dettrey and Dennis McLaughlinall Tie breaker: Predict final score between Kansas St. and

adding to the scoring with Cecil Mess Cook Tops '
touchdown-runs.NARTtjgrolled. Missouri. Indicate winners (mother games by a check mark.
to their ninth

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0. Mike Sokol and Rich Adams
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scored two touchdowns and Virgil
Pittsinger put it completely out of Two tie ball games and to coming into the Navy attended val Hosp. Ballots must be in by noon Friday.APPRECIATION ,
reach with one TD.Hoopsters two big upsets in the Big Eight Memphis St.His choice to win the
eliminated all but the 'experts' as SEC?? Tennessee of course, and
nine grid fans tied with 6-3 ballotsin they should whip Georgia this
last week's You Pick 'Um weekend too.' There it is, right
1[ NeededJax f contest.. from the mouth of a winner, so Golf Standings j
The winner emerged from the mark it down on your ballot this
galley of Cecil Field as Bruce week prognosticators.Besides American National
the winner others that
Riesenberg presently per
The Jax Navy Fliers
basketball team is in its second forming his mess cooking duties recorded a 6-3 ballot were: John NARTU 51h 112 Caduceus 6 0
week of practice andextends an broke the deadlock by picking Tomberlin of NARTU, Dennis Red Darters 4 2 AETU 4 1
invitation to base basketball LSU to dump Auburn by four Hale of ComFairJax, G, Hospital 4 2 NARF 3 3
players to try out for the squad as points when actually the Bayou Crawford of FAETU, W. Russeyof VW-4 3 3 ComFairJax 2 3
they meet each evening in the Bengals tipped the Tigers by one AE School A.R. Duncan of the 679th 2 4 A-C Maint. No. 2 2112 31h
gym building 3, at 6:30: for point. Hoapital Thomas Freeman of A-C Maint. No 1 2 5 FAW.l1 1 4
practice Heisenberg, who hails fromMemphisl't ComFairJax, C.P. Lehosit of Weapons IIh 51h Supply lh 4112
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NEW FACE FOR GOLF COURSE After five months
rennovation work on the fairways the NAS Jax golf course ? czP4Ip1TIn
was reopened last Friday. Doing the honors during the ribbon
cutting ceremony is NAS Skipper Capt. H.O. Cutler as 69 CHEVY II
RAdm. R.J. Stroh, Capt. Oscar Gray and golf pro Joe
MacDonald look on. At right, Adm.Stroh belts the first drive Nova, automatic transmission, 2489
down the center of the new number one fairway. V8 motor, power steering, fac. $
tory air cond., R & H, balance of

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the dreary competition between man Dr. Charles Eytel for a
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weather conditions the en- military participants Jim Googe smoothly run regatta. -- -
thusiasm generated by participants and Al Johnson finished the day
in the Fourth Annual oof racing tied in total points and
Jax Navy Sailing Regatta was shared the honor of High Military I| Sport Shorts I 69 MALIBU
sunny as nearly 200 hardy sailors Scorer. LCdr. Googe is attachedto Jax-The Athletic Departmentis
took part Sunday. the ComFairJax Legal staff putting out the call for per
The day-long of racing in ten and WO Johnson is a chief sonnel interested in making a mission Sport Sedan, V8 ,motor automatic, PS. trans. $ 2 78 9
different classes produced four warrant officer at NATTC's AE little extra spending money by factoryair
cond., R & H, balance of
winners representing the host 'A' School. serving as basketball officials for new
Jax Navy Sail Club as Fred Kling One'casualty' of the day was a the coming intramural season. If car
captured the Cruiser class, R.C. 30-pound signal cannon which fell interested get in touch with Mr.
Moore the Catamaran, Jim overboard from the Captain's gig Frank McCaffrey at the Athletic
Googe first in the Rhodes Ban- which was being used by race Department, Ext. 3239. warranty.EZz
tams and Al Johnson came home officials. Though it was thoughtto Volleyball News
first in the Day Sailers division. be committed to the St. Johns .
George Brown of the Florida permanently, it was later The last call for units that are :
Yacht Club was first in the Stars recovered when pulling in the interested in getting into the
class and Paul Gebert copped the anchor. By a stroke of luck it was Volleyball competition for the {>
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