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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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'' Jax-The 1969 Combined Federal Campaign has gone over the top of i ra ,
mmtj m:jf; the goal set by contributing 105 per cent. The Jax Navy Complex attained -
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t1 j111 ti j 1j 1jjj1j, Fleet Air Wing 11 has contributed 132.7 per cent. Their original goal ., ,ur= &
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::::;:: ::::::::::::;: revealed they exceeded the goal by contributing$9,545.75 to CFC. a '

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A well done goes to all who helped as keymen and to those who
:;jft jmj t ,contributed so generously in the 1969 CFC.

jj11 11111111 1 11111j'r
r : GREAT NEWS-Fleet Air Wing II Is over the top for the 1969 Combined
:;; ;1;;111;1 t ,' : Federal Campaign. Cdr. L.K. Weber gives the final results to
:;;11 j@fN; ; .; Well Done!I Capt. D.W. Herlong, commander FAW-11 as keymen ((1 I to r), LCdr. A.
,tttj f r Sills. FAW-11 Staff, LCdr. R. Dvorak, VP-5, LCdr. G. McKfnzle, VP-16
::;::11;;;;11111; ;;;::: and Lt. Q.S. Masters, VP-45look on.

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:ttj1\1j\jt\ \; 'VOL. 27 NO. 33 U. S. NAVAL AIR/ STATION/ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA NOVEMBER 6, 1969
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Campfires Girls


Need Help For


M 5 Annual DriveLast
MIL'e i
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year the Camp Fire Girlsof
Duval County in their annual
drive collected 147 baskets of foodto
be distributed to needy
families in the Jacksonville area.
.This ,service ,wjU ?again be
provided this year and.as in the h
past, the Naval Air ,Station, its
tenant commands and the Navy
Wives Clubs will provide an
J +x t important boost for this worthy

C IPC '* ,% x venture.
The Navy Coordinator for this
drive, LCdr. G.M. Sheldon, will
< : r provide liaison between the
campfire girls and the various
% Navy organizations that will
work with the girls in the
RTE procuring and distribution of the
food.

All Department Heads should

Sing Out Jax To Perform Here with invite donations their men to of help nonperishablefood this cause

... money or both.

Sing Out Jax, a group of approximately women from the Jacksonvillearea life' with a flag-waving en- Contributions will be accepted I
60 young men and will offer a musical saluteto thusiasm and youthful knowhow. between Nov. 24 and Dec. 19.
the Armed Services in a

special post-Veterans Day From the Commandant
performance next Wednesday at
'" '- the Naval Hospital Theater. The
From the President
admission-free show will begin at
7'p.m. and everyone is invited. MC Anniversary MessageThis
> The well-paced show consists of
Veteran's DayFor group and solo numbers with an
All-American flavor that soar to is a time for remembering. It is a time for detailed inspection of
our heritage and a careful review of our history. We can only know
who we are by being certain of who we have been.
51 years, we have observed November 11th the day the armistice This is the 194th anniversary of the founding of our Corps. In these
was signed concluding World War I as an occasion to honor long years we have compiled a proud list of old honors for the old
the men and women who have served with distinction in the armed battles.But we have fresh honors, too, Honors won in a long, hard war.
forces of the United States. It is a time when we pause to pay tribute to 1'OV. And somehow, old battles do not seem so ancient when it is remembered -
all veterans who have struggled-from Valley Forge to Vietnam to that the Marines who fought them were as young as the Marines
defend the liberties of the American people. who fight in Vietnam today. Our motto, 'Semper Fidelis; loses the
\\ cold air of marble inscription when applied to sacrifice on any bat
Those who wear the uniform of the United States have been called .
tlefield, at point in history.As .
upon to serve far from home and loved ones to protect our birthright of any
.
.. -'" in years past, this anniversary finds Marines serving our countryin
devotion to and in the face of
Their strength
freedom. courage, duty,
corner of the world. And standing foursquare behind today'sdedicated
every
hardship command the respect and admiration of a grateful people.On Marine is his predecessor in the retired ranks and his familyon

Inside the home front and in the and at the ready our powerful
wings ,
this Veterans Day,as we honor those who have served so well, let
us remember that cur veterans have given Americans a chance to Marine Corps Reserve.
build' toward the goal that all of us seek; peace. Editorials. . .P,. 2 Marines History proves there is no old or new. We are of S .one breed.We are

MAD .. . P,. 6 This is our heritage.C'FC .

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Sports. . Pgs. 15 & 16 U. ) ; :J
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ROMAN CATHOLIC

Veterans Day SUNDAtf MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
Confessions will be held on -

Veterans Day Your Day, TooIt Sunday of at Saturday.8:30: & 10:30: a.m.. instead -


seems appropriate this Veterans Day to recall a true and recent U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
story. It has great influence and significance.Not St. Luke's Chapel
long ago, a group of Students for a Democratic Society
(SDS) asked a young soldier in Chicago why he served in the SUNDAY MASS 8:00: am.
United States Army. Without hesitation, the young GI replied, "So PROTESTANT WORSHIP
you can stand here on this corner and'shoot off your mouth' SERVICES 10:00: a.m.
A newsman overheard the soldier's remark and recorded it be-
fore he vanished into the crowd of onlookers. The stalwart and PROTESTANTAll

proud young man thus far remains anonymous.This RM2 Rodney B. Kline
event has a direct bearing on the vast majority of our serAND Saint's Chapel
SUNDAY
'Church School9 &::00 a.m.
Three Red Darters
Sign
Junior Church 10:00: a.m.
MOWTODAYicemen Divine Worship Service 10a.m.-
No. 750Episcopal
Bldg.
For a Total of 12 MoreJaxA Communion 8:30: a.m.
Small Chapel Bldg. No.. 750
Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
Bldg.No.722.
t Trio of Red Darters with Kline has eight and a half years
33 years total experience in the service and has served aboard TUESDAY
Navy began their third enlist- two carriers, the USS Ticon- Senior choir Rehearsal-7 p.m..
0'' '/ ments with individual 'reenlist- deroga and the USS Forrestal. He Bldg. No. 750.
I r has had at the U.S.
ment ceremonies at VP-45. also duty
AMHI Bobby W. Lunsford, Communication Station, Greece,
i I p AWl Wayne E. Williams and NAVSUPPACT, Vietnam, and at THURSDAY
Christian Science Service
RM2 Rodney B. Kline shippedover NAAS, Fallon, Nev. After p.m.
for a total of 12 years. completing P-3 training with VP- Bldg. No. 750
icemen; and women. They devote themselves to serving their country Lunsford, with 14 years to his 30, Kline reported to VP-45.
and independence; they are contributing all they have to our credit, rates as the saltiest of the Williams has almost 11 years of SUNDAY
beloved country yet they, too, remain anonymous.But three. He has served with the service. His duty assignmentshave Evening Worship p.m. Bldg. No.
it is this group of formidable and compassionate citizens who 428th Tactical Fighter Squadronin included tours at NAS 500.
form the backbone of our country. It is these proud individuals who Thailand, Training Squadron Whidbey, Oak Harbor, Wash.,
build our heritage; individuals with a passion for America; individual 25, Chase Field, Beeville, Tex., and NAF Mildenhall, England.He .
willing: to fight for, not against, our great nation. and VAP-62 before coming to VP- completed his P-3 training
. Veterans Day is of necessity a day set aside to commemoratethose 45.: with VP-30 and 31. Traffic

who have paid the supreme sacrifice on ,the battlefields. Indeed -
it should also be a day to honor, remember and respect those ViolationsThe
who continue to keep our land free, honest and virtuous. (AFPS) YW-4 Chief Receives


following is 'a report of
NavyCommendation motor vehicle accidents and
Fulfill Both ResponsibiliesBy traffic violations for the period 21

Oct. 27.
LCdr. R.L. RobersonIn The Navy CommendationMedal tiringly to enhance successful
all military chapels and in many civilian churches we find two with Combat relations between the Viet- Number of Accidents
flags. One is the flag of our nation. The other is the flag of our faith. Distinguishing Device was namese and American people
Jesus reminded us that we are citizens of two worlds and that we have presented Oct. 29 to YNC FrancisM. through civic action projects This week10..
definite responsibilities to each when He said: 'Render unto Caesar Fowler of VW-4 for ....Although wounded from a Total accidents this year
the things that are Caesar's and unto God the things that are God's' meritorious service while serving rocket explosion, he continued to through October 1969 460.
with Mobile Construction Bat- assist other wounded battalion Number of accidents through
The people who prompted Jesus to make this statement were tryingto talion 40 in Vietnam. personnel..Chief Fowler's October 1868 322.
trick him. They were his enemies and took for granted that one outstanding perseverance, Total number of days since last
could not be a citizen of both worlds. They took for granted that thereis The 21-year veteran from professional competence and injury in a motor vehicle accident
a conflict between one's loyalty to God and his loyalty to his nation. Smyrna, Ga., was supervisor of devotion to duty reflect great 152.
the and
Much to their surprise Jesus answered: 'You have a responsiblity to administration office credit upon himself and were in
your country and you have a responsibility to your God. Be sure you company chief of headquarters keeping with the highest Number of Violations
fulfill them both!' company of MCB-40 while sup- traditions of the United States
porting the 3rd Marine Am-
Naval '
Service. This week 56
Although jesus lived under a dictatorship he never once encouragedthe phibious Force. The battalion The medal was presented by Speeding 10
overthrow of the Roman empire. He did encourage his followers to made two deployments; one to Cdr. C.J. Cush, VAs com- Reckless Driving 2
obey the laws of the land and he laid down a group of principles which Chu Lai and the second to Phu manding officer 2
on behalf of Going through stop sign
300 years later were to infiltrate the Roman empire and replace Bai. VAdm. E.R. Zumwalt, Commander Other vi, 'ations 42
emperor worship with the Christian faith. Chief Fowler's citation read in Naval Forces Vietnam. I

part, 'Throughout his battalion's The chief's wife and three 33 drivers appeared before the ;
We in America have a responsibility to Caesar as well as to God. We deployment, he worked un- children live in Smyrna, Traffic Hearing oard on 30 Oct.

should to be serve grateful both to God live and and serve Caesar in a with nation minimum that makes conflict it relativelyeasy of con :T.----.:.:.:.:...:...:;..>.u>;..;:..:;..;:..:;..;:..::..::.::..::.:;..::.::.::..::.::...>.::..::..::..:,...:-...::..::..:.ooo:...:............'..,,...................................;...;...;...;...;...........;..;....;...;...;...;...;...;...;..;...;...;...;....;...;...;...;..;....;...;...;...;...;...;:..;.: Disposition following of: 12 the lost cases driving includedthe and

science. parking privileges aboard stationfor
Club Schedules various periods; 25 were
assigned to compplete an eight-

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10 received suspensions; 4 were
JA.X AIR: NEWS: BLUE JACKETS INN OFFICERS CLUB given warnings; 7 were
Messenger of the Masses will dismissed; 14 were fined (U. S.
provide tonight's entertainment, The Red Coats will provide Commissioner); and 4 referred to
and tomorrow the club will musical entertainment tomorrow commanding officers for possible
The JAX AIR SEWS Is a ('Ivllian enterprise Newspaper distributed present Phil Cay and the night and Saturday.uso. disciplinary action. 15 drivers
each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville ChanteH. The Messengers will were assessed 43 traffic points.November .
Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a private return on Saturday night, and on
firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JA\ AIR NEWS must Sunday you can dance to the US.Savings Bonds,
he forwarded! to the Public Affairs Office, nor 2, NAS J Jacksonville sound of the Four of Clubs. The There will be free refreshments new Freedom Shares
by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Crescendos will be there Monday for everyone at the USO tonight.
Items arc welcomed from all sources telephone 772 3118 J night, followed by the Hot Water A live band will hold an informal
or 11 1'). Blues on Tuesday. Wednesdaynight dance tomorrow night from 8 to
will once again feature the 11 honoring the 'Girl of the
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries Four of Clubs. Month.' Be there Saturday / ,
morning for coffee
and
conccrnina such should he directed t to: CPO CLUB donuts. 11F
The free feature movie for that TY
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Mark Castle will be appearingon evening will be The Uninvited'
4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 stage tomorrow night, and on beginning at 7 p.m. The game of uuroN
Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 Saturday the club will present your choice will be featured on
Tommy 'C'. Sunday night will Tuesday, and on Wednesday you
VOL. 27 .NO. 33 NOVEMBER 6, 1969 feature live entertainment, and can hear disc jockey Al Albert
the menu speciality will be primerib play your favorite tunes from 8 to
roast. 11 p.m.



November. 6, 1969 JAX AIR ,NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pace 3



I ... Opera.. Entertainment. Showcase
'
"u -
; '' ,}oy-}Richard. L. .baron:
't\ hopelessly inept at their chosen And the effect here is im
'The Pirates of Penzance' Is
Gilbert and Sullivan comic a profession, because they can't portant, because this brings out
opera stand to hurt anybody,and have a all the wonder and magic of
which
Jacksonville opens tonight at soft spot for orphans. When the comic opera at its best, as the
University Theateron plot is complicated with fifteen- most brilliant artists have

campus. count 'em-fifteen lovely girls written and composed it. .
spoofing In a long English string of comic modes operas and walking along the beach, all the To Richard Bunting, William : j: 4 -' '

daughters of a 'modern major McNeiland, Frederick, the
at the of
manners height the
Victorian general', a band of policemenwho Nurse, the Pirate King, Mable,
era, W.S. Gilbert as don't like to catch criminals
the modern Major General (the
librettist and Arthur Sullivan as and a leap year birthday (Feb. most hilarious role in the show),
composer imbued their work witha 29th), the stage becomes an all the dua pirates, and
wondrous sense of exceedingly merry place. beautifully funny policemen, we
timelessness, so that, almost a Director Bunting kindly invited wish much success; to all of you, '
hundred years after it was this writer to a dress rehearsal, our readers, we suggest that youcouldn't r-- !;
written, 'Pirates' as done by the which be both and
can a good a do better than to see 'The _
Fine Arts Department of J.U., bad thing. Good because it gaveus Pirates of Penzance' at .
under the direction of Richard a chance to see 'Pirates' priorto Jacksonville University this .
Bunting, is sprightly, witty, and publication; bad because it week-end, for an evening full of

musically delightful.The allows us to see the roughness the music, lights, and laughter from .s,M.,,..,?,...,
opera concerns Frederick the plightof production has now. There can be Gilbert and Sullivan. Major W.R. Bowers pins Captain bars on 1st LT D.R. Randall at
a young man, ,
little doubt that with the
superb
ceremonies at the Marine Barracks, NAS Cecil Field.
to band of
apprenticed a pirates cast spirit and fine abilities of the
primarily because his nurse was staff, this roughness will have Marine Officer AdvancesLast the Vietnamese Service Medal,
too deaf to catch the difference
disappeared when the opera with five stars; Vietnamese
between 'pirate' and 'pilot. The opens tonight. campaign Medal, VietnameseCross
pirates themselves locate on the The cast is very large, and, in week during ceremoniesat tively on 22 operations during his of Gallantry Medal, with
beach at Penzance, which is like fact, there are two sets of prin- the Marine Barracks, NAS tour in the Republic of Vietnam. two stars; National Defense
locating a bunch of pirates on cipals: one set to play Thursday Cecil Field, Major W.R. Bowers While in Vietnam Captain Medal, with one star; United
Daytona Beach, and are night and Saturday matinee; the promoted First Lieutenant D.R. Randall received recognition for States Marine Corps Good

o.raaa.. other to play Friday and Randall to the rank of Captain, furnishing general artillery Conduct Medal, with three stars;
Saturday night performances.The USMC. support for Operation Kentuckyin Meritorious Unit Citation,
musical director is William Captain Randall has served as the I Corps Area and giving Presidential Unit Citation,
) executive officer and guard of- speedy and accurate fire support Combat Action Ribbon, and Navy
McNeiland who
n pushes a
( ,. Juan and very of ficer at the Marine Barracks throughout the operation. Cap- Commendation Medal, with
large complete group since 9 October 1968. Prior to that tain Randall also gave fire Combat 'V' for Valor.
musicians their
rn.ii through
paces
RJ1 assignment he served as Battery support to Operations LancasterII Captain Randall is a native of
with great talent and accomplishment -
\ Ji1tasSan managing to meld Commander, First Provincial 155 Napoleon Saline, Allen Brook, Albany, Kentucky, where he
Howitzer Towed and Mamaluke Thrust.
Sullivan's whimsical music with ( ) attended Clinton County High
Juan at Niblick the cast's singing abilities andGilbert's Captain Randall served ac Captain Randall is the holder of School.

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I Progress Through Recognition is the Goal for Jax 86By I


J02 Jackie Kobus

Jax 'Progress to a Navy wife praise or reward for the task we drive behind the theme. years. Once every month they help some deserving boy or girlon
the road to higher education. A
can mean many things, but to a accepted, nor do we ask for glory First organized 22 years ago provide refreshments for an attended
child summer
member of NWCA it can mean for our accomplishments. We ask aboard the air station,Jax No. 86 evening party for the patientsand camp
the thoughtfulness of
only one thing, 'Recognition'. only to serve. Improving our now has 70 members. The club, these refreshments consist of through
No. 86.
Jax
'Many communities across the image and gaining acceptance as being only seven years younger delicacies that are long NWCA
to in
country consider military wivesas contributing factors to the than the station itself, has remembered. Last week, in Always striving serve new
transient members of society, Jacksonville community. We become a tradition. And a hard celebration of Navy Day, they and better ways the members of
because their husbands' careers have succeeded in establishingour working one at that. provided a huge beautifully the club are foster parents to
demand that live nomadiclife. decorated cake so that every a little girl in Greece.The NATTC
they a goal. 'Progress' through These wives of the men who
Their many contributions to recognition.' serve in the United States Navy military paitient in this hospital Library has more children'sbooks
the community go unrecognized.As Simply stated from the hearts have dedicated themselves to could partake of it. One of their now, thanks to Jax No. 86.
members of NWCA of every member of the Navy something worth giving up time most memorable parties was a Nor do the wives stop at just
Jacksonville No. 86, we have Wives Club of America No. 86, and energy that could be spent fishing trip last spring held at the material service. When selling
served both military and civilian this President's Theme is the with their families.But through air station so that patients who auto tags, they went a step fur-
communities alike. We sought no goal and the participants are the NWCA these same wives have were confined to the hospital ther and gave out American Flag
formed another family.It could get out long enough to enjoyone decals with each tag sold.At their

Myw is a family of friends. A of man's favorite sports.This own expense.
young bride certainly must be a fishing trip was a roaring success The list could go on forever.
little lost when she enters the made possible by the Navy Wives The work the club put in duringthe
r military life. The Navy wives who topped the day by presentingthree Hurricane Camille disaster
were once lost too. They know beautiful guitars to be used must be mentioned. Many long
The hours of packing and sorting
by hospitalized navymen.
what it's like to be in a strange
circulation clothing donations went to help
place, in an entirely different guitars are in constant -
environment. among the patients and the stricken people of the areas
They share
a
hit the hurricane.The .
happy musical occasions by
common bond with the many
young
bride. Another member is addedto have been made possible by the wives helped make the daya
the family. generosity of Navy Wives Club of happy one for the many
America, Jax No. 86.' youngsters who visited the air
The club works together, As busy as they are with ser- station this past summer for the
relaxes together, laughs, cries vice, the club has found time for tours given in cooperation with
and argues together. And it's social activities. The wives and Greater Jacksonville Equal
ij\ together that they work for their husbands often get togetherand Opportunities, Inc.

z 'Progress' through recognition.Just the family is complete. An In other areas of service the
this past year the Navy annual family picnic is held just Navy Wives sponsor the station's
Wives of Jacksonville, spent for this purpose. At club luncheons nursery, a big help to everybody.
r much time and effort at the unusual themes prevail. They also run the Not New Shop.

Naval Hospital.They sponsored a 'Crazy Hat', fortune telling, Capt H.O. Cutler,NAS skipperhad
fishing trip for the patients, 'Kidnap Coffee',and many others this to say about Jax No. 86:
presented them with guitars to make for a zany and happy atmosphere During the past year the Navy
bring music to their lives, Wives Club of America Nax No.
donated televisions for their Halloween hair has amassed '
parties, styling, 86 numerous
r enjoyment, made cookies for dinners, anniversaries and
them and collected various items holidays are intermingled with (Continued on Page 5))
for the comfort of the patients.Mrs. the hard work that is a constant
) Irene Avera, AmericanRed thing for the Navy Wives. 000000000000FURNITURE WAREHOUSE-
Cross Field Director at the
Jax No. 86 has gained
Direct from
hospital paid this tribute to Jax recognition both locally and factory to you
Compare: Quality
No.
86:
nationally. The Eve Award,
'The Navy Wives have Price
presented annually by the
Cash & Carry
demonstrated their sincere and
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;. awards from both the militaryand a
civilian communities of the
area. Now they have returned : A Iifiq

from the NWCA National Con- __ _
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perhaps most important of all
from the fulfillment of the club's : :

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family as a part of the com-
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I Progress :Through Recognition; the Goal for Jax 86By


J02 Jackie Kobus
help some deserving boy or girlon
Jax 'Progress to a Navy wife praise or reward for the task we drive behind the theme. years. Once every month they the road to higher education. A
can mean many things, but to a accepted, nor do we ask for glory First organized 22 years ago provide refreshments for an child attended summer
member of NWCA it can mean for our accomplishments. We ask aboard the air station,Jax No. 86 evening party for the patientsand the camp
thoughtfulness of
only one thing, 'Recognition'. only to serve. Improving our now has 70 members. The club, these refreshments consist of NWCA through Jax No. 86.
'Many communities across the image and gaining acceptance as being only seven years younger delicacies that are long
to in
striving serve
country consider military wivesas contributing factors to the than the station itself, has remembered. Last week, in Always new
and better the members of
transient members of society, Jacksonville community. We become a tradition. And a hard- celebration of Navy Day, they ways
because their husbands' careers have succeeded in establishingour working one at that. provided a huge beautifully the club are foster parents to
demand that live nomadiclife. decorated cake so that every a little girl in Greece.The NATTC
they a goal. 'Progress' through These wives of the men who
Their many contributions to recognition.' serve in the United States Navy military paitient in this hospital Library has more children'sbooks
the community go unrecognized.As Simply stated from the heartsof have dedicated themselves to could partake of it. One of their now, thanks to Jax No. 86.
members of NWCA every member of the Navy something worth giving up time most memorable parties was a Nor do the wives stop at just
Jacksonville No. 86, 'we have Wives Club of America No. 86, and energy that could be spent fishing trip last spring held at the material service. When selling
served both military and civilian this President's Theme is the with their families.But through air station so that patients who auto tags, they went a step fur
communities alike. We sought no goal and the participants are the NWCA these same wives have were confined to the hospital ther and gave out American Flag
formed another family.It could get out long enough to enjoyone decals with each tag sold.At their
is a family of friends. A of man's favorite sports. This own expense.
.p young bride certainly must be a fishing trip was a roaring success The list could go on forever.
little lost when she enters the made possible by the Navy Wives The work the club put in duringthe
military life. The Navy wives who topped the day by presentingthree Hurricane Camille disaster
were once lost too. They know beautiful guitars to be used must be mentioned. Many long

what it's like to be in by hospitalized navymen. The hours of packing and sorting
a strange
-rff- guitars are in constant circulation clothing donations went to help
;: place, in an entirely different
k environment. They share a among the patients and the stricken people of the areas
the hurricane.The .
hit
happy musical occasions by
common bond with the many
young
bride. Another member is addedto have been made possible by the wives helped make the daya
the family. generosity of Navy Wives Club of happy one for the many
America, Jax No. 86.' youngsters who visited the air
The club works together, As busy as they are with ser- station this past summer for the
relaxes together, laughs, cries vice, the club has found time for tours given in cooperation with
and argues together. And it's social activities. The wives and Greater Jacksonville Equal
together that they work for their husbands often get togetherand Opportunities, Inc.
xR 'Progress' through recognition.Just the family is complete. An In other areas of service the
this past ,year the Navy annual family picnic is held just Navy Wives sponsor the station's
Wives of Jacksonville, spent for this purpose. At club luncheons nursery, a big help to everybody.
much time and effort at the unusual themes prevail. They also run the Not New Shop.
f c Naval Hospital.They sponsored a 'Crazy Hat', fortune telling, Capt H.O. Cutler,NAS skipperhad
( v. 4 fishing trip for the patients, 'Kidnap Coffee',and many others this to say about Jax No. 86:
presented them with guitars to make for a zany and happy at During the past year the Navy
bring music to their lives, mosphere. Wives Club of America Nax No.
donated televisions for their Halloween parties,hair styling, 86 has amassed numerous
enjoyment, made cookies for dinners, anniversaries and
them and collected various items holidays are intermingled with (Continued on Page 5))
for the comfort of the patients.Mrs. the hard work that is a constant
Irene Avera, AmericanRed thing for the Navy Wives. 0000000000000FURNITURE
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demonstrated Cash & Carry
their sincere and
Florida Publishing Company for Corner Roosevelt & St. JohnsCan
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awards from both the militaryand _____
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: area. Now they have returned _
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with almost a clean :
sweep of the first place awards. ;,J1t1

}::1 L : These from volunteer awards service have stemmed, project

participation, over-all concern \\1 '
for the military role in the Navy
Di and civilian communities and
: perhaps most important of all
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. theme of progress through Ir /I
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recognition.'The w _
wpq
members of Jax No. 86
have served as virtual am- _
bassadors of good-will for not
pw- ? ___ __ __ only the Naval Air Station but for J
the entire Navy. They have
gained recognition for the Navy -I: *
family as a part of the community _
in which they live, work,
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play and serve. t :_: -i__ ______ _

.. .and TearsAIDftEY'
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Navy and the community.'
See the LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE

The club brought home the
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I I I"" Marine Aviation Detachment News 'I


I the top MAD $9,000. I
Captains George Bryant and and his daughter Sharon at the touchdowns. Rich Dobler took a Ken Yoak was class while Puffenberger, an Aviation
Charles Soldner added a bar last informal ceremony... Capt. toss of 24 yards early in the third shooter in the expert turned in several Electrician, is a Vietnam
week at MAD in accordance with Soldner is a Phase Officer at quarter and then took a 29 yard James Johnson in the Marksman veteran, and has been here
Marine Corps instructions. They Aviation Ordnance School, toss near the flag. nice rounds' almost a year since his return
assume the new rank with a dateof NATTC. The 12-0 win clinched a tie for class. ReenlistmentAlso from WestPac
promotion as of Aug. 1. Football the NATTC Crown last week Sgt. LCpl. Bill Wolfe was promotedto
MAD
Capt. Bryant received his MAD's football team at saw the his present rank Monday by
warrant and was aided by his discovered early they had a tough Pistol Teams Forrest Puffenberger of a six year Col. Eckmann. Wolfe is assignedto
wife Sharron and Lt. Col. R.R. fight last week but had to wait for financial worth the personnel office.
signed for over
Eckmann in putting them on. two third-period scores to win MAD's pistol team certainly reenlistment and ..... .
Capt. Bryant is the Personnel game number seven. carried home the goodies fromSt. -
Officer at MAD. With the ends either bottled up Petersburg this week with
Capt. Soldner was accompanied or dropping passes, Les Carroll four Marines doing outstandingjobs
by his wife Beverly had to throw to the center for both at the state Fall Pistol
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FOR NAVY FAMILIES ONLY Amid the crack of a revolver a problem of a lack of com an American officer who, while
shot and an aerial barrage of munication. Indeed, hand visiting a Japanese family, had to
chopsticks, real sponges, and gestures, signs and words that to answer nature's call. During his
exotic foreign candies and gum us have the most innocent battle with the'machine' he lost
the members of VP 45's Red meanings in some countrys are his balance and fell through
4,395 Darters were given the lowdownon sometimes the worst kind of bathroom wall and into the living
the finer points of 'Over- obscene insult or perhaps carry room. We'll not go into the more
seasmanship.' opposite meanings to the natives. delicate aspects of this battle but
Free Delivery and Set Up Within ISO Mile Of Jacksonville! Now you ask, 'What's Over- For instance, our hand-sign for suffice it to say that the instruction
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deploy soon to Rota Spain. Americans aren't absolutelycrazy and in this area Rosenburg is
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This Offer Not Available To Residents Of Jacksonville anti-ugly American weapon, and neurotic. world-traveler, and is the head
though it lands home with serious Even in a mechanical sense and entire crew of the Navy's
Week Days A.M.-P.M. impact, it is delivered with a free. Americans sometimes have Area Orientation Section,
Saturday 9A.M.-9P.M. wheeling, no-holds-barred humor trouble overseas. For instance, in General Military Training
Sunday 1 P.M.-7 that kept Rosenburg's many countries the central Branch, Education and Training
Q audience not only interested but fixture in the ordinary bathroomW. Division of the Bureau of Naval
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.n\ t y bt '' dA: ;f Q 6 I P BB9BBBB NATTC' : Behind The Scene N


By SN Pat Williams

:,. J awards he holds are and PBR's from American to
/t.Y. Friday was a day for trick-or- Among the Commendation, Vietnamese hands.
f Unit
kiddies, but for the Navy
treating for the Service Medal ((3 stars), Lt. McQuaig reported to
Vietnam
meant
t one Navy lieutenant it NATTC for duty in August of this
of Republic
retirement after thirty years
i ::g ; ;rIq active Nayal service. Lt. DelbertC. Medal, and Navy Achievement year.

Jones was piped over the side Medal. And More Reenlistments
two
by fellow officers after receivinghis and a weeks At a ago retirement he was given party a plaque, Six seemed a nice number of

,,. commendation retirement letter papers from the lighter, and desk set by his Ordnance ABM2 John W. Louvier to put into
i Officer. School friends. He was years, so he shipped over for that
NATTC Executive
,) his by treated again after the many last Thursday. Petty Officer
started career
Lt. Jones
retirement ceremonies, this time Louvier, who has been in
through the ranks as
ail B a coming enlisted up Aviation Ord- by officer friends, at the '0' Club. five years already, was given his
an nanceman. He was com The retired lieutenant wouldn't oath by Cdr. Roy H. Paxson, Jr.,
reveal his plans for the future, the Executive Officer.
Lt. Jones missioned a Lt. (j. g.) in May
but says he plans to stay in the Louvier reported to NATTC
1961.He'd and his Special Services two months
been to NATTC several Jacksonville area. He ago
\\\\"""'WESCONN" ;' i TTuFu'ii'N" T i'El'\\\l\\\lC' 1\\ times before, once to take an AE wife, Ellen, have three children; from the USS New Orleans. He

::::': '':':':':-:"':' ':':-""""':':':':I-/w.l.: .:.S1..........:.:--..-..........:-:-:-:............:.:-:.:..........'-:.:<<.>>:o..... <<'":......::M:ro,;..............,.........:.:... conversion course in 1958. Shipshe Carol, Sherri, and Jeff. was when in he this was area aboard before in the 1961-63 USS
served aboard include the USS
JtUmm AIR CONDITIONERS ltt11 Hulbert (AVD-6)) USS Midway Bronze Star Roosevelt homeported at
1 t;r NEW d USED FURNITURE d APPLIANCES t tj (CVA-41)), and USS Franklin D. Mayport. This is his first
j f NEW d USED TV SETS @1 1I r Roosevelt. There were also toursof Lt. Charles M. McQuaig Of.of reenlistment.

tM1 t NEW d USED REFRIGERATORS 8 STOVES t 1tI duty in various patrol, attack, NATTC Military the Personnel citation that Persistent Honorman,
antisubmarine and fice received
air fighter
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS fleet composite squadrons.Lt. goes with the Bronze Star Medalhe Might as well make it an even
Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms I Jones had been working at was awarded in Saigon in July five, that's what AA Richard

Hrs. 9 a.m. 1 pm. Come Ind Browse AO School since October 1967. He Lt. McQuaig was serving as Langevin must have been
was Training Officer of the Staff Personnel Officer for thinking when he made honor-
Aviation Ordnance ManagementSchool commander, Naval Forces man of AO School for the fifth
5326 Iseea..tt .t 103,11 771-0750
Vietnam-Chief Naval Advisory time. Langevin, who is from
._ _.._... Class 0'.
-"" -- Group, Military Assistance Binghamton, New York, is in the
Command in 1968. In January munitions phase at the school.
1969 he was assigned the positionof School Honormen are selected on
Assistant Force Personnel a weekly basis.
We'ilpayyou Officer for Manpower. Accordingto
his citation he 'improved
existing administrative personnel AIR BASEPAWNSHOP

gain significant processing savings methods in mann to )!
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a dollar to eat better. hours and increase of morale. .
continually conducted critical
W and exhaustive analyses of total /NEW OWNERS c

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availability. MONEY TO LOAN
His planning also helped
smooth the phase-down -phase WE ALSO PURCHASE
1 \, out and redistribution of U. S.
6467 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
: :; Navy personnel in the massive'
turnover of river assault craft

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you can have Stokely canned foods and a dollar.

Foods so great looking,so colorful,you can taste them with your eyes. $153 month

That's because Stokely picks them when the color is rightjustlike

you do. So, eat like you want to. Better. And get paid for it. Club sized FREE-golf at private country club
swimming pool Central Heat and Air Condi
with Cabanas, pool side ,
-------------------------------------------- Honing Dishwashers
phones and children'* Disposal, range and oven by
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To: Stokely Dollar Offer swimming pool G.E.
save P.O. Box 4735, Clinton, Iowa 52732 Front and rear entrances Plenty of closets with dressing
Wall to Wall Carpeting bedroom room closets in master

I'm attaching my 10 Stokely Color Guide labels to this cou

pont Please send me one dollar. (Complete labels [except 8 .:::::
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a family-one refund to an envelope, please.) Labels sub. :- 1ARCRCIL .
mitted without this offer form will not be honored. : e TlmuyW.nrltLe c..: Offering a maximum ofI

I 1 ?s living space and privacy
Name in an ideal location...

quiet, rustic
j Street ORANOr PARK ORANGE PARK

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For Your Information KZ.M1

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I Commission Through NESEP 9 't..lkp d


By AMS I D. S. Wescott -

line commission after an unin- the August 1969 examination?
terrupted four-year education in ((4)) Will you be at least 20 but .
K1I
one of 22 participating univer- not 24 years of age by July 1,
sities. NESEP students must 1970? Waivers of the upper age
complete ten weeks of officer limit may be granted only on the
candidate training at Naval basis of one year overage for 1I 11ibI
Officer Candidate School, usually each of college credits which are
between their junior and senior fully transferable to a NESEP
years of college. Upon successful curriculum. a4y
completion of all requirements, ((5)) Are you a high school

',' graduates are awarded the graduate or have you completedthree
;' ; ; :. .'If"t baccalaureate degree in science, years of high school and v ,
.+l'\f:\ .;;::;!th engineering, or mathematics and possess the GED equivalent witha
,
(t 4i6,' : I S' appointed as Ensigns in the minimum grade in the 75th
t, r,,' ..
Regular Navy.To percentile or above in each of the
AMSl David S. W..tcott. was bom be eligible for consideration, test areas?
in Wilmington Mass.
He xo
joined the
Navy In 1955 and hat been on active you must be able to answer yes ((6)) Do you have a combined H
duty ever since. During this to all of the following questions: GCT-ARI score of at least 115? r--------, I
period he has served with\ ZX-11
at Key West from 1955-1957. VX-1 ((1)) Are you a citizen of the If you meet these requirementsyou
from 19571959., He then went to United States of America by birthor can get an education with all
Whldbey Island Wash, with VAH-4
and left there In 1962 for Sanford Naturalization? the benefits you now receive MARTD MAINTENANCE OFFICER PROMOTED-Capt. William B.
left Fla.,RVAH-3 to RVAH-3 in early for shore 1965 duty.for "B"He ((2)) Are you on active duty as a since you can still advance in rate Powell was promoted to his present rank by LtCol. John M. Rapp ..'.
School and was then assigned to USN or USNR? and you receive full pay and commanding officer, Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment
his RVAH-6 present for sea tour duty.of He duty commenced with the ((3)) Are you serving in pay- allowances while going to Friday. The captain's wife Virginia assists Col. Rapp pin on the new
NavAlrLant Career Information Cen- grade E-4 or above or do you college.For bars.
ter In January 1968.
expect to be selected for ad- further information referto
Under the NESEP you may be vancement to E-4 as a result of BUPERSINST 1510.69 series.
able to qualify for an unrestricted


I First Aid Course Offered MILITARY Ranks AUTO- All INSURANCEAll AgesLOW


Jax A comprehensive coursein Directed by Capt. Oscar Gray, accidents.
first aid instruction is Jr. (MC), the program consists ofa Because the course is a con- RATES
currently underway here for the series of films and lectures tinuous program, personnel may
benefit of all personnel aboardthe conducted by representatives complete all four classes at their
station. the Medical Department. The convenience throughout the year. EASY MONTHLY
entire course includes four one- Previously, first aid instructionwas
hour classes which are held at 3 available only to individual PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL
HAS Association p.m. in the second deck Conference squadrons and departments upon

Members Only Room in Building 200 on request. The new policy is ex-
GROUP RATES the first four Wednesdays of each pected to greatly increase the
INCOME PROTECTION month. The class subjects are number of persons receiving such INSURANCE
scheduled as follows: instruction and
according to
ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN
First Wednesday, Lecture A weekly attendance records, this UNDERWRITERS INC.
Mutual. \ Rescue breathing instruction. expectation is proving to be true. ,
'Omahaik \U Second Wednesday, Lecture B Recent classes have drawn as (formerly MCDougall's Insurance)

f a.1,.lalllAn,.,.,Y Hemorrhage, shock and burn many as 60 pupils, whereas 6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388 7676
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Arresting Gear CrewBy


' 10CECIL r ".
Virgil Binion, proach. The AG crew makes sure
: To a pilot, landing on an air- that every thing is 'go' before he
craft carrier is a trying experience gives the OK to the pilot, so he )
but it would be a lot can have a safe landing. If
harder if he did not have the helpof anything goes wrong or doesn't ;
the Arresting Gear crew. look right the AG crew will wave %
Every time a plane leaves the the plane off and the pilot will
.S SSS carrier or a land station the AG have to start his landingprocedures
: : crew is very busy getting readyfor all over, to find out _
his return. The AG crew set what was wrong. If it wasn't for
ti up at the end of the runway with the AG crew and his deter- /.,;fO/ .<.'. '
different devices to keep in touch mination the pilot would have a ..}..... '<'.'
with the pilot while in his ap- real hard time trying to land.Arresting /\" M

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4tas; Apartments Gear Crew quickly resets boots on the arresting gear

cable on runway at Cecil Field. Pilots utilize the'wire'during {1Im I l
2Vi Mile South
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGPublishers Movie SUNDAY,NOVEMBER 9 '
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: CALL: 388 27JS NAS: 'COOGAN'S BLUFF' -

: Ads should be mailed not later than ScheduleMovies Color melodrama starring Clint

Jacksonville JAX AIR NEWS S SS Tuesday for publication the following Eastwood and Susan Clark A'VG
((93 mins.)
Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this
.' will be shown nightly at HOSPITAL: 'BOYS OF PAUL
., AFTERBURNER
deadline will be published the following week
the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. STREET'
NAS Cecil Field t unless the publisher is instructed otherwise. There will also be a kiddie

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

MAIN OFFICE ad must be received WITH the copy for the regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10

ad. holidays.The .
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge(3 lines) $2.00 Hospital Theater will have NAS:, 'LADY IN CEMENT' -

Jacksonville, Florida tI one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Color detective drama starring
Per additional line ((4 words per line) $0.50
Field will have two nightly shows Frank Sinatra and Racquel

during the week at 5:30: and 8 Welch. R-E ((94 mins.)

p.m. Matinees will be shown on HOSPITAL: 'COOGAN'S

I fuEMPLbYMENt $60 EARLY ADC Mobile AMERICAN Homes DINETTE 784 Lane S. ":;lli m t:;:::,;:RENTALS: ::SS.n: weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. BLUFF'


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6
GREAT DANE PUPPIES FURNISHED APARTMENTLake
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11
WAITRESS WANTEDI!! Black and Fawn, AKC Registered, Shore Section, Small, Clean, NAS: VALLEY,OF GWANGI'
Good pay, good hours. Call 781 9818, Call 2649518. Lights and water furnished, private
Mrs. Goff 10 A.M. 5 P.M. entrance, large yard. $50 a mo.' 389- -Color science fiction starring NAS: 'SCREAM BABY
COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES 4275. James Franciscus and Gila SCREAM' .. Color horror

SERVICE WIVES Deposit will hold 'til Christmas, 396- HOUSE UNFURNISHED Golan. G-G ((95 min.) starring Rolph Harris and Chris

CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 4787. 5937 Seaboard Avenue, 2 BR, Water HOSPITAL: 'GRAND PRIX' Martell. M-G (83 mins.)

Jobfinders 1372 Cassat, 387.5626 or TENT CAMPER furn., $60 a mo. 771-4324. Color racing drama starring HOSPITAL: 'LADY INCEMENT'

1022 Park Street. 354.7888 Sleeps 4. Good condition. Sell for any James Garner and Eva Marie .,.;}
WIVES reasonable offer over $200. 2645214. FURN. HOUSE FOR RENT Saint. M-E ((175 mins.)
1 BR, For Couple Only. 264 2696.
2 to 10:30: shift, High school grad.,13.
26 to help with sales promotionalwork. APARTMENT SIZE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 WEDNESDAY,NOVEMBER 12
No expo necessary but must be Electric Range, $15.00 ABC Mobile
able to meet the general Homes 784 Lane Ave. S.2MAHOGANYBOOKCASES.
public.
Starting salary$115. per week offeredto 1I;SCHOOLS. .; NAS: 'FOLLOW ME' Color NAS: 'DADDY'S GONE A

qualified applicants. Call Mrs. : > : surfing travelogue starring HUNTING' Color suspense
McGuire 398.5784 for appt. between 3 Shelves, Refrigerator Coldspot Claude Codgen and Mary Lou drama starring Carol White and

8:30: & 3 p.m. Frostless, Lawn Mower, Color an. JEANS DANCE McGinnis. G-G ((78 mins.) Scott Highlands and Paul Burke.
ACADEMY
tenna with rotor and UHF, Ceramic
HANGOVER Chee Chee dogs from Vietnam, and Wesconnett, Be! Air, Ballet, Tap, HOSPITAL: 'VALLEY OF M-E ((108 mins.)
SANTACLAUSSTYLE Den Furn., Call 772 0953. Huha, Guitar 771.5464, 384.3055, 771- GWANGI'
Is what you will have after he is gone 2521.
and left you with Xmas bills. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8
Eliminate this hangover. $2.40 per hr., k ININi R W AtIIER

21 immediate only. Interviews employment Thurs.through, & Frl.,Dec.at 5 :\>:: :: MOBILE.NOME:: $m j!:::: t 1 ::TRANSPORTATION' : .: : : : ::::r i i'I NAS: 'BOYS OF PAUL

& 7:30 p.m. 4804 Highway Ave. off 'I STREET'-Color drama starring \\ \ \

Cassat. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast Anthony Kemp and William

HESS OIL COMPANY 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern and West Coast 353 3691. Burleigh. G-VG ((104 mins.)

Service Station Attendants, Full and trailers and Apts. 389 3007. NAS MATINEE: 'MRS. nVvRivE -;)
part time. Experienced. 5843 1963 CORVETTE STINGRAYHas BROWN, YOU'VE GOT A
University Blvd. West. 733.9824. MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea two tops, extra sharp, Automatic, LOVELY DAUGHTER' Color
$1800. or best offer. 733.9275.
( Mobile Home Park) V Mile musical starring Herman'sHermits.
PART-TIME North of NAS, lots and rentals Near 1967 RENKEN BOAT ((95 mins.)

SERVICE 21, married STATION Call ATTENDANTOver 387 7581. schools and shopping center. Clean, 15 Ft., 35 h.p., Chrysler Motor, Gator
and reasonable rates. Manager on trailer, Canopy, electric starter,
premises. Children and pets welcome. Asking $900. Ext/ 2362 or 2365 and ask
6301 Roosevelt 3899226. for DKC Rioux after 5 384 7448.

i MtSCELIANEOU5m; ] 1965 KNOX MOBILE HOME 1967 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLEHas OPEN SUNDAY

:: 2 BR, Furnished, For sale by owner, everything but air. $1595 or $600 .
Phone 2466892.: and take over payments Excellent

Cond. 733-9275._
1969 GEORGIAN 12 60
TO BE x
DO YOU WANT
JOCKEY? 2 BR, 2 Bath, Central heat and air, 1968 HARLEY DAVIDSON
DISC
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For Information dial 356 8351. furnished, 6 months old. Small down Sportster, Excellent condition, $1,250.
Call 7711950.
payment and refinance. 3967191. Jax -
OILHEATERSCleaned Miami Trailer Park. 4479. Phillips w 100 GUARANTEE
Hwy. Lot 105. '
and Serviced. Central Units,
Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur. We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In.
. naces. Tylers Heating and Air Con FURNISHED 10 x 55 apertlon.. Then we tuned up, tightened and replaced everythingthat
ditioning. Lake Shore 4711 Palmer LR tip out,3 BR, Cent. Air and heat, needed It., And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or
Ave. 388 5161. ___ wall to wall carpet, 772 0836. replacement of all major mechanical parti" for 30 days or 1000
.?r. '1t mile Come on in and double check.
GEORGE'S KENNELS 1967 PONTIACCHIEF,12x48
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand 2 BR, 1 Bath, 1 owner, Ex. Cond., ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE
delivery Est. 1925, Poodle Comp. furn., bought locally, never ASSEMBLIES .BRAKE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Grooming Reasonable, 5085 moved, $500 down and take up Bold New Colors
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and payments of$56.90 a mo.or $2600 cash ,
r
Edgewood) 389 0064SELLING total. Call 771.5846 after 5 p.m. ._ I 11111I111II111111 11111I1 W..I IIIIIIIIN I III'

OUT!II!! 61 VW SUNROOF $795Heater
No reasonable offer refused. :REAL::ESTATE :1:iilirff:}
STEREOS all makes and models, L' ::: ::! !: > < :i; : : New Paint.

Consoles, components, tape players, 64 VW '1500' SEDAN $11952Door
combinations. A-l Music Center. 1606
Main St. WATERFRONT LOTS Radio & Heater.

High wooded, perfect for retirementand 65 VW SEDAN $1195Radio
FOR SALE year around living. Easy terms
Live crabs and fresh fish, Row Mullet, Mobile Homes Welcomed 1 Mile Eastof & Heater.
for deep freezers by orders. Wilford Lake Ashbury on 209. Also new 66VW SEDAN $1295
Fish Camp. 264.9701.DISTRIBUTOR. restricted sub division near com
pletion. Contact LaRue 725 3992. Radio & Heater.
HOLLYWOOD MODEL -

SURPLUS HOMES RENTOR SALE! Lovely Harriette Spears, em 67 VW SEDAN $1495Radio

Stereo,42 in.walnut console. New AM- We help NAVY Quick Move In Call ployed by the Sheriff's Depart & Heater.
FM, $88 full price. Terms. Phone 772- us first! Courteous Service. ment, is a top Hollywood Model
8076. Service Discount Co. 6110 103rd. SILLAY REALTY COMPANY and is launching an acting ca 68 VW SEDAN $1695Radio

389-6201 reer. Lil Cumber Agency photo. Bt Heater

1969 SINGER ZIG ZAG ..' -
In cabinet, Buttonhole, Blind Hem, 68 MUSTANG $1995
Monograms, All built in, $46.50 or FOR RENTOR SALE 2-Door Hardtop, V-8, Auto trans., R&H.
Houses and Apts. Equity VA & FHA
easy terms.388-0784.To see call credit resales. $100 down. Call Powell or tk(4I'Ed' 67 MUSTANG $1395

manager. ____ Mills, USN Ret.264-2411 Orange Park
Realty, Military Free Notary.L'SHAPEDRANCH Door Hardtop, V-8, Auto., trans., Wide-oval tires R&H.
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS
Consoles some with AM FM, tape :80)( 66 MUSTANGconvertible $1495

players. At dealers cost to liquidate OAK HILL PARK V-8 Auto trans., Air Cond., Radio & Heater Black Top
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771.0409.
3 BR, 2 B, Cent. Heat & Air, Eat-in, 66MUSTANG
Kitchen, Sep. DR, Sunken, LR, $1295
SINGER LIKE NEW COND. Hardwood Firs., Fenced yd, screened 2-Door Hardtop, Air Cond., R&H.
You can have for repair bill. $19.50. patio, near both bases and schools, SPECIAL 67 G.T.O.
Several other bargains,portable and 51,. loan, $121, mo. 7717386. $2195 L
cabinet models.6431 Wilson Blvd.,771- 2-Door Hardtop, Air Cond.
5028. CHICKENDINNER OVER SO CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
ORTEGA HILLS
51/4 percent,3 BR,2 Bath, Den, Fenced
REFRIGERATOR
SMALL 784 Lane Ave.S. back yard, low down payment, $108 a
$10 ABC Mobile Homes
month. 387 7195. WESTS IDEVOLKSWAGEN

ORANGE PARK
FOR SALE Desirable Wyndegate, 5 Bedroom 99
Philco Refrigerator $35. Frigidaire with
home many luxury living INC.
Dryer $25 Space heater $5. 771-4462 features, fireplace and large family ,
after 4. room, modern king-sized kitchen, I03rd & Blanding Center .

excellent neighborhood schools, buy 7717970PHONE 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511
equity and assume low Interest
CLOTHES
USED
Lady Bug and Villager Dresses mortgage. Priced low 40's by transferred AHEAD Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PMI
owner.
Skirts, Size 10 -14. 2 Coats 12 & If. All SERVICE
FASTER
in good condition. Real Cheap, Wool Saxony Real Estate, Inc. L FOR
725.4666
Afghan $20. 384.2195.



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Merit promotion opportunities A-C Instrument Mechanic, 84-69, (Sheetmetal Worker), 112-69, Engineering Technician 7,8 9 Jet FICEUR, Navy CommissaryStores
currently open for receipt of A-C Instruement Worker; 85-69, Electric Accounting Machine Engine; 142-69, Instrument Naval Hospital, Navy
applications are listed below. A-C Electrician; 86-69, Clerk Operator GS-3; 114-69, Mechanic (General); 143-69, Recruiting Station Regional
Applications for the positions (Stenographer), GS-3 and 4; 87- Pipecoverer and Insultator; 115- Aircraft Painting Worker, 145-69, Storage Management Office,
shown in the following group will 69, Clerk (Typist) GS-2, 3 and 4; 69, Plasterer; 117-69, Sheetmetal Electrician, 146-69, Supervisory Disease Vector Control Center,
be accepted from career or 88-69, Electronics Mechanic (A-C Worker; 118-69, Refrigerationand Supply Clerk, GS-4; 147-69, Fleet Weather Facility, Defense
career-conditional employees of Systems) ; 89-69, Electronics Air Conditioning Mechanic; Military personnel Clerk, Typing Surplus Sales Office, Navy
the Naval Air Station Mechanic (Maintenance); 90-69, 119-69, Military Personnel Clerk GS-5; 149-69, Supervisory Finance Office, Jacksonville,
NAVAIREWORKKAC, NARTU, Machinst, 91-69, A-C Electrical GS-4; 121-69, Boiler Tender, 122- Military Personnel Clerk, Typing Florida. However, the first 'cut-
COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT, Worker; 92-69, Planner & 69, Plumber; 124-69, Assistant GS-5; 152-69, Aircraft Engine off' date for establishing the
DET. JAX., FICEUR, NavyCommissary Estimator (Public Works Meat Cutter, 125-69, Laborer Mechanic, 153-69, Airframes registers for ,each position
Stores, Naval ElectricalSystems) ; 93-69, Industrial Cleaner; 126-69, Mess Attendant; Mechanic; 154-69, Computer follows:
Hospital, Navy Recruiting Tractor Operator; 94-69, 128-69, Sectreary (Steno) GS-4; Operator GS-4; 155-69, In-
Station, Regional Storage Apprentice (First Year); 96-69, 129-69, Aircraft Instrument strument Mechanic (Elec- 159-69, Aircraft Examiner
Management Office, Disease Statistical Assistant (GS-5)); 97- ,Mechanic (Electronic); 130-69, tronic); 156-69, Aircraft Metals (Airframes), 11-10-69; 161-69,
Vector Control Center, Fleet 69, Accounting Technician (GS- Automotive Equipment Ser- Worker; 157-69, Aircraft Cash Clerk GS-4, 111069.
Weather Facility, Defense 4)); 101-69, A-C Metalsmith; 102- viceman; 131-69; Clerk GS-2 and Examiner (Aircraft Elec- Applications for positions
Surplus Sales Office, Navy 69, Automotive Mechanic (Body 3,; 132-69 Computer Operator GS- trician); 158-69, Welder; 160-69, shown below will be accepted
Finance Office, Jacksonville, and Fender,); 103-69, Clerk- 5; 133- 9, Stockman; 136-69, Data Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-5. only from persons who have
Florida at any time. Dictating Machine Transcriber Communications Equipment Applications for the following career or career'conditional
(GS-4)105.69); Secretary (Steno) Operator, GS-4; 137-69 positions will be accepted at any appointments in the Federal
79-69, Electronics Mechanic; GS-5; 107-69, Card Punch Management Technician GS-5; time from career or career'- Service of all Federal agencies
80-69: A-C Electronics Worker; 81- Operator GS-2 and 3; 108-69, 139-69, Teletypist GS-5; 140-69, conditional employees of the Air nationwide.
'.. 69, Accounts Maintenance Clerk Messenger GS-2 and 3; 110-69, Mechanical Engineering Station, NAVAIREWORKFAC, 148-69, Electronic Engineer
GS-4; 82-69, Planner & Estimator Production Controller GS-7; 111- Technician 7, 8, 9 Ground Sup- NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, (General) GS .7,9, 11; 11-10-69;
(Public Works Structures); 83-69, 69 Planner and Estimator port; 141-69 Mechanical FAETULANT Det. Jax. 150-69, Mechanical Engineer GS7 -

9 11. 111069.
Application Forms 171 for these
positions should be filed with

Civilian Personnel Department,
Todays BEST Box 22, NAS, Jacksonville,
Florida 32212. For further in-
formation regarding these
Investment. positions, see the copies of the {
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will return to his sports + "e RebuttalBy
desk within a few ; i
continue to wield his
entertain his readers ( DTC Brewster
they often become). ; ..
Continental League Despite ,the acidulous,, .witty.
VA-37 25 predictions and the dire threatsof
VA-72 the Afterburner's own
23
CVG-4 19 'Grantland Snoopy Rice,' the
mighty 'Black Shoe keglers'
VC-4 19
failed to dislodge the Pathetic
VA-12 18
Plumbers from their lofty
Supply 17
VA-174 CPO'sFood 16 position in the bowling league
Service 14.5 standings.
VA-45 14.5 When the final pin had fallen,
AMD 13.5 I and the last alibi had been uttered -
VA-105 12 / ('They only spotted me 14
VA-174 12 pins..took away my usual
Photo LabSpecial 11 bennies.'), Snoopy learned to his
Service 9.5 crestfallen dismay that his
beloved Black Shoes had in-
credibly bowed to the lowly
Plumbers 4-0.
r In the last's week edition of the
Afterburner, 'Granny' (Snoopy)
.p loudly boasted of his team's -..
prowess in downing NAMTD 4-0
( while bowling in the 'blind.' With
Tickets are now but two notable exceptions, the
the NAS Cecil entire Black Shoe team, bowledin
Services' office for the blind last Thursday.
sports events in the OWN -
area: CLIPPER.CROSBYeSEACRAFT
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week and head to Memphis where Jax-Admin clinched a berth in season for Admin which gave
they will be after the 1969 Sixth< the intramural playoffs with a them second place in the
Naval District Touch Football smashing 42-0 win over MARTD American League and entry i into
Championship.The Monday afternoon. the playoffs against NARTU. ;
Fliers are defending 6ND Admin dominated the entire
champions as well as the East game as their offense scored In action last Thursday Admin
Coast champions but are faced almost at will and the defense put edged past VP-45 12-0. Josh
with a complete rebuilding job in their finest performance of the Owsley and Dennis McLaughlindid
for this year's team. The entire season as they picked off seven the scoring damage for Admin
. 1968 team has departed and the Leatherneck aerials. and Rich Beaudoin put the
Jax team will have a tough battlein Tim Sweeney led the Admin lone score across for the Red.
trying to retain the cham- scoring crossing over twice and Darters.
pionship which they have held for eP va Bob Tuscan but over a tally witha Ron Wright scored the only
the last three years. dazzling 65-yard burst, from touchdown for FICEUR Thur-
The competition next week scrimmage, Jim Quinn and sday but it was enough to down
precedes the East Coast In- Dennis McLaughlin also hit the Air Ops 60.NARTU .
vitational at Little Creek, Va., r scoring column for Admin and picked up their ninth
Nov. 17.21.Members. g.a Chuck Dettrey grabbed a win of the season Monday as they
of this year's squad deflected'pass for another TD. were awarded a forfeit from Air ...
include: Bob Tuscan, Tim Stan South and Jack Rudd added Ops. This win gave NARTU a 9-1
Sweeney and Stan South of Ad- the conversions.The season mark and a tie for the
min, Mike Sokol, Jim Foster and win was the seventh of the National League title.
Ken Winkle of NARTU, Del Penn, -
Willie Durkin, Steve Freeby.and
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TIT You Pick 'UrnNAME NATTC Grid Fan

Misses Only One


RANK/TITLE In Weekly Poll .

DUTY STATION PHONE NO _ _
Twenty-six year old Favia, R.
(Team listed first I is visitor) Arrellano, assigned to the
Education Office at the Naval Air
Technical Training Center, won
CLEVELAND MINNESOTA -_(NFL) the seventh 1969 'You Pick 'Um'
contest with a 9-1 slate and the
SAN DIEGO KANSAS CITY._ (AFL) correct margin on the point
spread.
GEORGIA FLORIDA The four-year Navy veteran
from Denver, Colo., missed
OKLAHOMA MISSOURI only the San Francisco (his
k
favorite team-Detroit) game and S(
KENTUCKY VANDERBILT although he was considerably off
I on the score he selected Missourito
ALABAMA. LSU take Kansas State by three
points-the actual final score was
PRINCETON HARVARD 4138.
Others who finished with
WYOMING UTAH records of 9-1 included SK3 Cleo
Walker,Weapons Planning, Cecil
You Pick 'Urn Winner-Favia R. Arellano
NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA Field; AWl C.R. Cooper,
FAETU; HM1 E.D. McFalls,
...
OREGON ST CALIFORNIA NAS Medical; SA Rocky Bridges. ADS
NAS; and McFalls again- make your
Tie Breaker: Predict final score between Georgia and remember readers,you can enteras
many times as you'd like! shopping easier
Florida. Indicate winners in other games by a check. mark.

Fliers Meet Stars
Ballot boxes are located in Galley One and the Main Exchange ; -

at NAS Jax and Cecil Field and the lobby of the Jax--The Jax Navy Fliers Why Do You See
basketball team will meet their

Naval Hospital. Ballots must be in by noon Friday. first competition of the season
when they travel across town to
the San Diego campus of Florida So Many Of These
Junior College to scrimmage the
v NAS Jax sports fans are Stars, Nov. 13. _
invited to attend the 1969 The Fliers open the regular
AS 1 Intramural Football Playoffs season against NAS Glynco, Nov. v a
UNTSNCJ presently being played between 21 at the Georgia base. D[]
ii ''o NARTU and Admin this
5EA50N ,( afternoon at 4:30 on the Intramural Cage Meet
football field next to Yorktown Jax--The NAS Intramural
AR + 1i Ave. across from NATTC.The Basketball League held an GREENiCOVEiSPRINGSIn
++ playoffs opened yesterdaywith organizational meeting
scores unavailable at yesterday for the coming season
press time. The tourney is which starts Nov. 24. Any team Jacksonville? .
t.&R f(?mss SAU1Y played on a double elimination that missed the meeting can get

basis with play possibly ex- the information by calling the Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are sold
tending through Friday. Athletic Dept. at ext. 3239. in Green Cove Springs, and why there should be so many
modern, completely staffed new car franchises in a communityof
NAVY this size? For instance, in what other town of less than 3,000
population will you find offered complete lines of Chevrolets,
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MirrUd. NAS's ?' drive from wherever they are, and so much easier to reach and
shop in than more heavily congested areas. They like the
friendly treatment they find in a small town. They welcome the
reasonable prices made possibly by the lower operating costs in
Green Cove Springs.They appreciate the fact that here they are
I.I. treated as valued customers,not statistics on a sales chart.
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