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Creation Date: November 14, 1969
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VOL.ro. 27 NO. 34 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 14, 1969

Drug Abuse 1 IV| LIOjHiFn


'r a
Jax-A three-officer drug abuse Hurricane
team from the office of the Chiefof Hunters Rest

Naval Operations will be here

next week as part of the Navy's
effort to combat the possible use
of drugs by Navymen. After Busy SeasonWith

Headed by Capt. G.H. Suit, the
team includes a medical officer,
a chaplain and a line officer as
well the approaching close of hurricane season would not be
as a representative of the
the official hurricane season Nov. complete without a check of the
Navy Investigating Service.
The' team's briefing will be 30, the officers and men of VW-4 physical damage resulting from
aimed breath a sigh of relief and look six months of flying into
at commanding officers
,
back over the past six months to hurricanes. Repeatedly flying ,
officers and enlisted men and _
evaluate their hurricane hunting their Lockheed Super Constellation _
who
women run local drug
education record. (WC-121N) aircraft into
training .
forum type discussions programs.The will This year, as any amateur winds of up to 150 miles per hour r'J

be given Navy-wide in order to home meterologist will know, isn't exactly a normal aircraft

better prepare those engaged in provided many hurricanes. hazard.
drug abuse training throughoutthe Running through the alphabet Even though VW-4's mission is
Navy. Attending the forum from Anna to Laurie, 12 tropical considered by many to be the -

will also be leading CPO's and storms were recorded. This is the most dangerous flying done I
education officers and petty first time in 14 years that there today, the squadron received the :
officers. has been an L named hurricane. Commander Naval Air Force

The two-hour presentation by Another record was broken this Atlantic Fleet Citation for

the Washington-based team will year which was more costly, bothin operations without a major
be given at the NAS Jax theateron terms of lives lost and property aircraft accident during fiscal ..
the morning of Nov. 19. That damage. Her name Camille; year 1969.
afternoon the same presentationwill Camille struck the gulf coast of
be given at Cecil Field. The Biloxi, Miss., with winds over 200 The Not So Ancient Order of the '

team will be at Mayport Naval miles per hour, breaking all Hurriphooners gained 75 new
Station Nov. 20. previous records. It has been members from VW-4 recently as
estimated that 200 lives were lost Hurriphoon Certificates were HAPPY BIRTHDAY. Lt. Col. G. D. dimming (r) and Sgt. Mal
and many billions of dollars of presented by the-Most Exalted Bohne share the cake honoring their service's 194th birthday. Marinesof

Acey D eucy property damage done. Hurriphoon Hunter, Cdr. C. J. the station gathered Monday fora celebration and pass in review.Dr. .

At the present time there are no Cush, VW-4's commanding of. Cecil Hardesty Jax Superintendent of schools was guest speaker.

ways of stopping or curtailing ficer.
Jax-A ,new Acey Ducey Club
,
these and
deadly
damaging To be
eligible for the rare
financed by loans and appropriated rampages of nature. However, award
officers and
flight
Navy funds, will be this scientists USO Pal Scheduled
year provided crewmembers must fly low level Day
constructed here for' a cost. of from the Environmental Science hurricane reconnaissance in

$627,000. Services Administration (ESSA) winds of 100 knots or more. The
Detailed plans for the proposedclub with a perfectly located storm to Hurriphooner Certificate had its

are yet to be compiled. perform experiments on. origin in 1955 and is the The annual, USO sponsored Pal be available for no charge on Pal
Construction Is expected to ,take Hurricane Debbie was picked for 'Hurricane Hunters" version of Day will be held in St. Augustine Day.
about one year, and will begin this experimentation. the traditional Shellback Award Saturday, Dec. 6. The nation's Information for Pal Day

after a design has been approvedand Regulations state that given for crossing the equator by oldest city will open its attractions participants will be available in
contract bids taken. A hurricanes only be seeded sea. to more than 15,000 the Information Center and at the
may
forecast completion date has not servicemen and their families
USO Club in the Lightner
been announced. with silver iodide crystals if thereis The certificate reads, 'Know ye
a 10 per cent (or less) chance of men by all these presents that from nearly 60 military installations Museum. Aides will be stationed
the storm coming within 50 milesof having battled the forces in Florida, Georgiaand throughout the city to assist and
Special Prayer ServiceJaxA a populated land area within 24 of the Carolinas. guide visitors on their Pal Day
Neptunis Rex and the disturbed
hours. Debbie fit the bill. Becauseof Uniformed members of the tours.A .
aerial elements of the Chief High free ham dinner will be
the massive amount of data armed forces and their im
special servicefor Gremlin to a standstill in aircraftof
prayer served by the St. Augustine USO
collected on the experimental mediate families are invited to
our men in Vietnam will be VW-4, and while doing
so Council from 3:30: to 6:30: at
seeding, it will take months for it visit, admission free, a variety of p.m.
held today at noon in the All having been exposed to winds
the Lyceaum on South St.,
all to be analyzed and the effectiveness museums historic houses,
Saints Protestant Chapel. All equal to or in excess of 100 knots
,
of hurricane seedingto alligator farms, the restorationarea George Street, and a special Pal
personnel are encouraged to is entitled to all the rights and
Day Dance sponsored Flagler
be assessed. But ESSA and Marineland of Florida.
utilize their lunch hours in order privileges afforded to those who ''
College'will be held from 8 p.m.
scientists Trailer and horse-drawn train
.attend this service in are hopeful.A repeatedly risk their lives that
supportof to midnight.and .
tours of the ancient city will also
our combat forces look back over the past others may be forewarned.'



The Light NAS Jax Water Fire Departmentwill Test C5! Moseley/ Named October Serviceman .


be hosting a three day seriesof
tests using the new light water Jax -A first class petty officer ment has been named October with this division for more than their four-year-old daughter
fire fighting element. assigned to the Food Service Serviceman of the Month. two years, and has served Debbie. He is an active memberof

Personnel concerned will meeton Division of the Supply Depart CS1 Billy I. Moslev has been previously with VW-4 and NAS the Fleet Reserve Association

Monday and eifhgt fires have Jax. During this period he has and (frequently contributes his
held time and service to its activities.In .
been scheduled for Tuesday and a number of supervisory

Wednesday. Th fires will be set "" ----..... positions and has volunteered addition to the honor of being
in the open firld inside the fenceon additional efforts to improve food selected as October's outstanding
station service operations.In servicemanMoseley will receivea
near Highway 17.
tia brs
The tests are being run by the ; a letter nominating Moseleyfor gift certificate to the Candlelight

Navy for the purpose of deter r. c the monthly title, Cdr. C.A. Restaurant and a trip to
mining if 'light water' is being sns Calais, assistant Supply Officer, St. Augustine sponsored by the
used to its fullest capability. a stated: 'On numerous occasions United Services Organization.The .
Representatives from the Naval Moseley has voluntarily assisted two highest runners-up .in
Air Systems Command will at- mother areas of Food Service to the monthly competition were SN

tend the experiments.The offer his experience and S.C. Howard of the Administrative

major goal for the experiments ; assistance in improving Department and

is to check for .: techniques and instructing where Sgt. M.B. Crapse of the Marine
maximum out-put of light water '" necessary lie has the patienceand Barracks.

by versitile units aboard aircraft v ,fro ,9 :). personality to be of great
carriers. assistance in these areas,and has

Military personnel interestedin the respect and confidence of his Inside
photographing the practicefires associates.' Cdr. Calais

to be set are encouraged to described Moseley's military Editorials 2
Page
attend. The first fire haa been set appearance and.conduct as

for approximately 9 a.m. ay 'outstanding', and commendedthe Civilian News Pages & 5' .

Tuesday. exceptional interest and
Guide 7
Shoppers Page
.t. professional ability which the

Good LuckApollo e'f b petty officer demonstrated when Movie Sked Page 11
w assigned the duty of Galley
Watch Captain.A Sports Pages 14 & 15

12 native of Savannah. Ga.. Career Info. Page 16
Moseley currently resides in
CSl MostUy with Capt. Cutler. Orange Park with his wife Kay, '

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Editorial View Points


CATHOLICNaval


Gold Flow--What's That? Air Station

SUNDAY MASS 9& 11 a.m.

If you were the favorite nephew of a rich and unmarried uncle we DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
could assume your chances of inheriting some of his money would be Confessions will be held
pretty good. Now.if he started to spend his money as though it were Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and
going out of style, he wouldn't stay wealthy for long and your chancesof V/ from 5 to 6 p.m.Naval .
inheritance would go out the window.. II4 'l Hospital
This, basically, is what our 'Gold Flow' problem is all about 'Uncle ,
Sam' has plenty of money which he shares with us (nephews) in the SUNDAY MASS 8 a.m.
forms of veterans benefits, home loans, new highways, new airports, _
health programs and thousands of other important things. NATTC
When we purchase tickets on foreign airlines, suits made in Hong I .... Ii r SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
Kong, or buy foreign cars -we are actually spending 'Uncle's' moneyas J I Bldg. 500
if it were going out of style.Worse yet, it is going out of the country 1 '

,. q* I SHIP TO HAWAII I DKC Mae Rioux, a U-year Navy veteran,takes PROTESTANTNaval
LQ, the oath of reenlistment from LCdr. G. H. Young, Navy Finance Of-
IJ .L.. ficer. Chief Rioux's orders will take her to Barber's Point, Hawaii late Hospital

I.M this' month SUNDAY WORSHIP
.... # tn Pride \ SERVICES 10
;; r W j--,,: c- Symbol of a.m.
'
V- ::.",.C-r1I'' "" Prestige, patriotism and deep tradition characterize the uniform Naval Air Station
'III ,. -(. worn by members of the U.S. Navy: To the civilian community, a Sunday
USA I. Navyman's uniform symbolizes a belief in and dedication to the idealsof
'I I'I/ate his country. It calls attention to a man whose willingness to serve Church School 9 a.m.
I I, I 1'I I',/ those ideals may lead him to great personal sacrifice. Junior Church 10 a.m.
I Consideration of the proud heritage of the Navy uniform should be a Divine Worship Service
/ :{I.:; I primary factor in determining when and where it may; be appropriately 10 a.m. Bldg. 750
worn.Because it represents so many American principles, Episcopal Communion .8:30:
.for good.And, if this trend continues, there won't be enough left for us the uniform must be worn with discretion when participating in non- a.m.
to inherit in the forms of additional benefits after the government'sexpenses military activities, and must not be used to lend force and support to Small Chapel
have been met. the wearer's personal convictions. Wearing of the uniform is Bldg.750
, In this import and export world, a country's financial position prohibited at activities dealing with political issues, private employment Junior Youth Fellowship 5
depends a lot on its ability to produce products it can sell abroad; thus
or commercial interests. Likewise, it may not be worn to p.m. Bldg. 722
bringing in the 'sheckles.: When it buys more imports than it exports, meetings of organizations which the Attorney General has designatedas
then it gets into a financial bind. Big trouble. totalitarian, fascist, communist or subversive; nor may it be worn Tuesday
This is what President Nixon is trying to avoid having
exactly '
while delivering public speeches or interviews not sanctioned by a
Senior Choir Rehearsal ;
servicemen and dependents purchase foreign goods abroad and competent service authority. 7 tp.m.
leaving our American dollars in foreign markets.As BIdg.750Thursday
Navy personnel are otherwise encouraged to wear their uniforms
Servicemen, we are provided by our Government with com while on leave and at liberty, when engaged in activities which bring
missaries and post exchanges wherever we are stationed. These credit to the service and are in keeping with the dignity of the uniform.
facilities are stocked with most of the items we need and they are Christian Science Service 8
American-made goods.

When you buy an American item, you are putting your 'Uncle's' p.m.
money back into his own pocket and he, in return, puts it back into the DoD Issues WarningTo NATTC
hands of American workers,back into the American economy.
Remember,if you want to be big,you've got to think big. But, if you Sunday
want to think big,you've got to back it up with something. SolicitorsThe Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Make that something your continued support of America by 'Buying Illegal Bldg. 500
American:' (AFPS)
"

solicitation of military Department of Defense
Is Prayer Only personnel and their dependentson personnel.The TrafficViolations
naval institutions or in navalcontrolle'd offering of unfair, improper -
or administered and deceptive inducements
For the Desperate ? housing areas is to be conductedon to purchase or trade.
an individual basis and by Practices involving rebates to
appointment only. facilitate transactions or to
By Chaplain Jack Rogers The following solicitation eliminate competition. (Credit The following is a report of
Jock and Sandy were storm-tossed. Their light skiff practices are prohibited: union interest refunds to motor vehicle accidents and
wa's in danger of foundering. Sandy looked to the Lordin Solicitation of recruits, borrowers are not considered a traffic violations for the periodOct.
trainees and transient personnelin prohibited rebate.) 28 through Nov. 3.
He to to the kirk
prayer. promised go regularly on The of
a'mass or 'captive' audience. use any manipulative Number of Accidents
Sundays if the heavenly Father would spare their lives, Making appointments with or deceptive or fraudulent device, This week 8.
to pay his debts, to be faithful to his Jean, to abstain soliciting military personnel who scheme or artifice, including Total accidents this year
from drink.. 'Gae easy, Sandy cried Jock from the are in an 'on-duty' status. misleading advertising and sales through Nov. 3 468.
bow of the boat, I think I see land. Soliciting without appointmentin literature. Number of accidents through
A young lad expressed a feeling, while under severe areas utilized for the housingor Any oral or written November 1968 349. ,.
Incoming in Vietnam; 'They are out to get me./ After processing of transient personnel give representations rise to the which suggest that or Total number of days since last
appearance in vehicle accident
motor
the injury
solicitation a
or in
this personal interpretation of the war he volunteered to the Department of Defense
barracks areas used as quarters.The 159.
me a committment of living a better life. Two weeks sponsors or endorses the com Number of Violations
later, In a more secure atmosphere, this committment use of official identificationcards pany, its agents, or the goods,
by retired or reserve services and commodities it sells. This week 41
was soon forgotten, and the old life prevailed.A members of the armed forces to Commercial solicitation by Speeding 10
child might conclude: 'Gee, I hope God doesn't gain access to military installations active duty members of the armed Reckless driving 0
figure out that man must be in desparate straits to be for the purpose of forces when in violation of Going through stop sign 7
humbled before Him. soliciting. DoD Directive 5500.7. Other violations 24
Procuring, or attempting to The entry into any Twenty-six drivers appeared
procure, roster listings of unauthorized or restricted area. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
Nov.6. Disposition of the cases

JAX. AI NEWSThe : Red Cross Can Help YouIt lost included driving the following and :parking Eleven

privileges aboard station for
is important to write the family regularly and to receive word various periods; eight were
from them often. But breakdowns in communications sometimesoccur. assigned to complete an eight-
JAX MH SCW.S Is a ( irilian! Enterprise NIcu'spaper distributed -
each Thursday at the II. S. N'aual, Mr Station, I acl- If you are concerned about the family, your Red Cross field hour course in remedial driving;
director can obtain a health and welfare report. received five
sonrille, rlorida, h\ the Holt Publishing! ;X ompaiiy, a private seven suspensions;
See field director for other
your assistance, too. He can help when were given warnings; five were
All ( submitted for use in the All M US must
firm. : op\ J I.ft\X need counselling and
you on personal family problems or emergency dismissed; five were fined (U.S.
he forwarded to the P"hlicoirs Office, Box 2, \,\S ]acksorjiillr financial assistance. Through the chapter back home, Red Cross can Commissioner) ; and three
h\ |J00:( ( noon! on Monday before publication. ..N'eu'S give emergency assistance to your dependents if needed. Ask your 'referred to commanding officers
items arc irelcomcd from all sources lelcplioue 772 HIS I field director about other services available to you and your loved for possible disciplinary action.
or 11 1'1.) ones. Eight drivers were assessed 21

traffic points. .
Xdi'crtiscrnculs are solicited hthe (publisher and queriescoiicemirui I
t siu'li, should', ,) be directed to:

HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY PUT YOUR MONEY
4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210
Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 WHERE ..IN AMERICA

YOUR HEART IS.. Invest in U.S. SAVINGS BONDS
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Cecil Field Movie Schedules 1 I


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a d 4 THURSDAY DAUGHTER Herman's Hermits. TUESDAY, I IK 1

I a DADDY'S GONE A
6 4 y.2 4 Evening:
p y LADY IN CEMENT (Color '>.
HUNTING Carol White, Scott
Detective Drama) Frank Hylands Paul Burke. DEATH RIDES A HORSE
,
Sinatra, Raquel Welch (Color Western) John Phillip

SUNDAY, 16 Law, Lee Van Clefl.WEDNESDAY.
FRIDAY,14

THE HELL FIGHTERS (Color

SCREAM BABY SCREAM Drama) John Wayne, Katherine 19
(Color Horror) Ross Harris, Ross, Jim Hutton.
Chris Martell.

MONDAY 17 WHATEVER HAPPENDED
SATURDAY, 15 TO AUNT ALICE? (Color
ARABELLA (Color Comedy) Suspense Drama) Gerladine
Matinee: MRS. BROWN, Virna Lisi, James Fox, Terry Page, Ruth Gordon, Rosemary
women were caped Mon. the JOth of Nov. Their names from YOU'VE GOT A LOVELY Thomas. Forsyth.

left to right on top are: Juni Gerald, Sharon Matheny, Lucille Turner,
and Carolyn Cato.On the bottom are: Helen Crenshaw, Ann Nicholsonand
Dorothy White. Toasfmisstress's Elect Officers I


The Cecil Field 'Sortes 'Toastmistress Club. that are guaranteed to get your
The Capping of SevenOn Toastmisstress Club' held their 'Table topic' director, Lorraine man to throwing long apple

regular luncheon meeting last Haddock, asked several members peelings over one's shoulder to

Wednesday, 29 October. On the to tell how they had spent determine the initials of the
Monday the 10th of Awards were handed out after agenda was the election of per their Halloweens when they were future husband.
November the American Red the Capping to the following manent officers. children. Answers covered a Closing thought for the meetingwas
Cross Volunteer held their Volunteers;. One Year Pins to The results of that election broad spectrum of 'doings' from given by Virginia Deakins;
Capping and Recognition Evelyn Fifield and Ann Linehan, actually made the temporary attending Halloween parties to 'Happiness is not having what
ceremony at the Cecil Field Three Year Pin to Sondra officers 'permanent.' Louise turning over 'out-houses.' you want, but wanting what you
Chapels Fellowship Hall. Hawkins,Four Year Pin to Grace Beard was selected as president; Catherine Yonke told of have.'
their Zorbach, and a Five Year Pin to Sharon Arnold, vice president; Halloween customs related to The next meeting will be held
The Volunteers receiving
Barbara Karpaitis. .Woolen how to husband. at the Officers Recreation
Carolyn Cato Helen Mary secretary; Betty trap a Amongthe
Caps are; Facility 12 November.SBob's .
on
customs were tasty recipes
Crenshaw, Gail Donaworth, Detamore, treasurer; and

Goldie Gerard, Celeste Larkin, I : ) Corner I Florence Span, club represen -
Sharon Matheny, Ann Nicholson, oc tative.
Lucille Turner, and Dorothy Toastmisstress for the meetingwas
By J. D. Fmulhiber Florence and Ruth
White. Span, Oak Hill
Rusty nails do not, by themselves Skapyak led a discussion of the
For those who do not know
cause tetanus ("lock. educational and leadership opportunities -
what the Capping ceremony is, it jaw"). You can get tetanus available to the Pure Service CenterOpen
is where a volunteer has gone from sparkling' new nails or women as members of the
through training and is ready for from a thorn, for that matter.It .

her work in a hospital. In other is the tetanus germ which is for your convenience 6 a.m. |10 p.m.
for the on the rusty nail or thorn, etc.,
is
words it a graduation "
which causes "lock-jaw. Wash
young ladies who has passed the wound thoroughly with soap road service pick up & delivery
their volunteer work. and water and try to make the
The new Volunteers were puncture wound bleed freely in mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars
present at the hospital by Miss order to flush out the germ. gNSltlu1
Linda Payne (Assistant Field laden debris. See a doctor. You a
Director) and to'accept the class may need a tetanus toxoid 77 | \\Q3rd & Jammes Road
Vlb6
for the hospital .was Dr. H. B. booster. Keep your' routine tetanus : Jacksonville. FlorUa
shots to,date. :
up
5 IMffPtNfNi
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Gold Flow-What's That? I SUNDAY CATHOLICNaval MASS Air 9 Station& 11 a.m.

If you were the favorite nephew of a rich and unmarried uncle we ._ DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
could assume your chances of inheriting some of his money would be Confessions will be held
pretty good. Now.if he started to spend his money as though it were Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and
going out of style, he wouldn't stay wealthy for long and your chancesof dL from 5 to 6 p.m.Naval .
inheritance would go out the window.,
Hospital
This, basically, is what our 'Gold Flow' problem is all about 'Uncle
Sam' has plenty of money which he shares with us (nephews) in the SUNDAY MASS 8 a.m.
forms of veterans benefits, home loans, new highways, new airports,
health programs and thousands of other important things. NATTC
When we purchase tickets on foreign airlines, suits made in Hong -- SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
Kong, or buy foreign cars -we are actually spending 'Uncle's' moneyas Bldg. 500
if it were going out of style.Worse yet, it is going out of the country. w w&LL 1

..., ..,._. 10 veteran,takes PROTESTANTNaval
I SHIP I TO HAWAII DKC Mat Rioux, a U-year Navy
..
> lirh the oath of reenlistment from LCdr. G. H. Young, Navy Finance Of-
( -- y.- -.. 'T'" ficer. Chief Rioux's orders will take her to Barber's Point, Hawaii late Hospital

LM this month. 1 SUNDAY WORSHIP
-._ r- 1 Symbol of Pride \ SERVICES 10 a.m.


=. ."'.r..., ,.. Prestige, patriotism and deep tradition characterize the uniform Naval Air Station
'III ,. -t. worn by members of the U.S. Navy: To the civilian community, a Sunday
.
U SA (r : Navyman's uniform symbolizes a belief in and dedication to the idealsof
'/,,;; his country. It calls attention to a man whose willingness to serve Church School 9 a.m.
I l, III those ideals may lead him to great personal sacrifice. Junior Church 10 a.m.
I It.It.'I h Consideration of the proud heritage of the Navy uniform should be a Divine Worship Service
-. :(/. primary factor in determining when and where it may, be appropriately 10 a.m. Bldg. 750
worn. Because it represents so many American principles, Episcopal Communion 8:30:
.for good.And, if this trend continues, there won't be enough left for us the uniform must be worn with discretion when participating in non- a.m.
to inherit in the forms of additional benefits after the government'sexpenses military activities, and must not be used to lend force and support to Small Chapel
have been met. the wearer's personal convictions. Wearing of the uniform is Bldg.750
In this import and export world, a country's financial position, prohibited at activities dealing with political issues, private em- Junior Youth Fellowship 5
depends a lot on its ability to produce products it can sell abroad; thus ployment, or commercial interests. Likewise, it may not be worn to p.m. Bldg.722
. bringing in the 'sheckles.' When it buys more imports than it exports, meetings of organizations which the Attorney General has designatedas
then it gets into a financial bind. Big trouble. totalitarian, fascist, communist or subversive; nor may it be worn Tuesday
This is exactly what President Nixon is trying to avoid having .
while delivering public speeches or interviews not sanctioned by a
Senior Choir Rehearsal
servicemen and dependents purchase foreign goods abroad and competent service authority. 7
leaving our American dollars in foreign markets.As p.m. Bldg.750
Navy personnel are otherwise encouraged to wear their uniforms
Servicemen, we are provided by our Government with com- while on leave and at liberty, when engaged in activities which bring Thursday
missaries and post exchanges wherever we are stationed. These credit to the service and are in keeping with the dignity of the uniform.
facilities are stocked with most of the items we need and they are Christian Science Service 8
American-made goods.
When you buy an American item, you are putting your 'Uncle's' p.m.
money back into his own pocket and he, in return, puts it back into the DoD Issues WarningTo NATTC
hands of American workers,back into the American economy.
Remember, if you want to be big, you've got to think big. But, if you Sunday
want to think big,you've got to back it up with something. SolicitorsThe Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Make that something your continued support of America by 'Buying Illegal Bldg..500
American!' (AFPS)
11!
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solicitation of military Department of Defense
Is Prayer Only personnel and their dependentson personnel.The Traffic
naval institutions or in naval offering of unfair, improper -
controlled or administered and deceptive inducements -
For the Desperate ? housing areas is to be conductedon to purchase or trade. ViolationsThe
an individual basis and by Practices involving rebates to
appointment only. facilitate transactions or to
By Chaplain Jack Rogers The following solicitation eliminate competition. (Credit following is a report of

Jock and Sandy were storm-tossed. Their light skiff practices are prohibited: union interest "refunds to motor vehicle accidents and
Solicitation of recruits, borrowers are not considered a traffic violations for the periodOct.
was in danger of foundering. Sandy looked to the Lordin
trainees and transient personnelin prohibited rebate.) 28 through Nov. 3.
He to to the kirk
promised regularly on
prayer. go The of
a'mass or 'captive' audience. use any manipulative Number of Accidents
Sundays if the heavenly Father would spare their lives, Making appointments with or deceptive or fraudulent device, This week 8.
to pay his debts, to be faithful to his Jean, to abstain soliciting military personnel who scheme or artifice, including Total accidents this year
from drink. 'Gae easy, Sandy cried Jock from the are in an 'on-duty' status. misleading advertising and sales through Nov. 3 468.
bow of the boat, 'I think I see land Soliciting without appointmentin literature. Number of accidents through
A young lad expressed a feeling, while under severe areas utilized for the housingor Any oral or written November 1968 349. ;

incoming in Vietnam; 'They are out to get me./ After processing of transient per give representations rise to the which suggest that or ,Total number of days since last
sonnel appearance in motor vehicle accident
the injury
or solicitation in a
this personal interpretation of the war he volunteered to the Department of Defense
barracks areas used as quarters.The 159.
me a committment of living a better life. Two weeks sponsors or endorses the com- Number of Violations
later, in a more secure Atmosphere, this committmentwas use of official identificationcards pany, its agents, or the goods,
by retired or reserve services and commodities it sells. This week 41)
soon forgotten, and the old life prevailed.A .
members of the armed forces to Commercial solicitation by Speeding 10
child might conclude: 'Gee, I hope God doesn't gain access to military in- active duty members of the armed Reckless driving 0
figure out that man must be in desparate straits to be stallations for the purpose of forces when in violation of Going through stop sign 7
humbled before Him. soliciting. DoD Directive 5500.7. Other violations 24
Procuring, or attempting to The entry into any Twenty-six drivers appeared
procure, roster listings of unauthorized or restricted area. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
Nov. 6. Disposition of the cases

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privileges aboard station for
is important to write the family regularly and to receive word various periods; eight were
from them often. But breakdowns in communications sometimesoccur. assigned to complete an eight-
The fAX MH SLUS is a ( irilian enterprise Newspaper distributed
If you are concerned about the family, your Red Cross field hour in remedial driving;
each Thursday'.. at the [U. s- \ava{ Mr .Station, f Jacksonville course
director can obtain a health and welfare report. received five
Florida bv the Holt Pnblfsliin .Company, a private! seven suspensions;
See field director for other
your assistance, too. He can help when were given warnings five were
firm. :\11\\ ( op\ submitted for use in the J L!":\ AIH NTW.N[ % must you need counselling on personal and family problems or emergency dismissed; five were ;fined (U.S.
he forwarded to the Publicffnirs/ { Office /Box 2, VAS ]ack- financial assistance. Through the chapter back home, Red Cross can Commissioner) ; and three
so'p'i1lc.' h200| : noon on \onda\| "before publcation.'cws" ( give emergency assistance to your dependents if needed. Ask your 'referred to commanding officersfor
items arc ueltomcd from, all sources Iclcphone 772 Ills I field director about other services available to you and your loved possible disciplinary action.

or IIM.) ones. Eight drivers were assessed 21

.. traffic points.
>di"' crtisetneuts arc solicited btlie publisher and/ queries I I
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THURSDAY. DAUGHTER Herman's Hermits. TUESDAY '

DADDY'S GONE A
LADY IN CEMENT (Color Evening:
HUNTING Carol White Scott
,
Detective Drama) Frank
Paul DEATH RIDES A HORSE
Hylands, Burke.
Sinatra Welch.
Raquel (Color Western) John Phillip
SUNDAY 16 Law, Lee Van Cleff.WEDNESDAY..
FRIDAY, 14

THE HELL FIGHTERS (Color
SCREAM BABY SCREAM Drama) John Wayne, Katherine
(Color Horror) Ross Harris, Ross, Jim Hutton. 19
Chris Martell.

MONDAY 17 WHATEVER HAPPENDED
SATURDAY, 15
TO AUNT ALICE? (Color
ARABELLA (Color Comedy) Suspense Drama) Gerladine
Matinee: MRS. BROWN.YOU'VE Virna Lisi, James Fox, Terry Page, Ruth Gordon Rosemary
Seven women were caped Mon. the 10th of Nov. Their names from GOT A LOVELY Thomas. Forsyth.
left to right on top are: Juni Gerald, Sharon Matheny, Lucille Turner,
and Carolyn Cato. On the bottom are: Helen Crenshaw, Ann Nicholsonand
Dorothy White. Toastmisstress's Elect OfficersThe I


Cecil Field 'Sortes 'Toastmistress Club. that are guaranteed to get your
The of SevenOn
Capping Toastmisstress Club' held their 'Table topic' director, Lorraine man to throwing long apple
regular luncheon meeting last Haddock, asked several mem- peelings over one's shoulder to
Wednesday, 29 October. On the bers to tell how they had spent determine the initials of the
Monday the .10th of Awards were handed out after agenda was the election of per- their Halloweens when they were future husband.
November the American Red the Capping to the following manent officers. for the
children. Answers covered a Closing thought meetingwas
Cross Volunteer held their Volunteers;. One Year Pins to The results of that election broad spectrum of 'doings' from given by Virginia Deakins;
Capping and Recognition Evelyn Fifield and Ann Linehan, actually made the temporary attending Halloween parties to 'Happiness is not having what
ceremony at the Cecil Field Three Year Pin to Sondra officers, 'permanent.' Louise turning over 'out-houses.' you want, but wanting what you
Chapels Fellowship Hall. Hawkins,Four Year Pin to Grace '
Beard was selected as president; Catherine Yonke told of have.
Zorbach, and a Five Year Pin to Sharon Arnold vice Halloween The next will be held
The Volunteers receiving their president; customs related to meeting
Caps are; Carolyn Cato, Helen Barbara Karpaitis. Mary .Woolen, secretary; Betty how to trap a husband. Amongthe at the Officers Recreation

Crenshaw, Gail Donaworth, Detamore, treasurer; and customs were tasty recipes Facility on 12 November.SBob's .

Goldie Gerard, Celeste Larkin, r I :;Doc Corner I Florence Span, club represen-
Sharon Matheny, Ann Nicholson, i tative.
Lucille Turner, and Dorothy Toastmisstress for the meetingwas
White By J. D. Faulhaber Florence Span, and Ruth Oak Hill

Rusty nails do not, by them Skapyak led a discussion of the
For those who do not know
selves, cause tetanus ("lock educational and leadership opportunities -
what the Capping ceremony is, it jaw"). You can get tetanus available to the Pure Service CenterOpen
is where volunteer has
a gone from sparkling' new nails or women as members of the
through training and is ready for from a thorn, for that matter.It .

her work in a hospital. In other is the tetanus germ which is for your convenience 6 a.m. 10
p.m.
words it is a graduation for the, on the rusty nail or thorn" etc.,
which "lock-jaw. Wash
young ladies who has passed the wound causes thoroughly with soap road service. pick up & delivery
their volunteer work.
and water and try to make the
The new Volunteers were puncture wound bleed freely in mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars
present at the hospital by Miss order to flush out the germ-
Linda Payne (Assistant Field laden debris. See a doctor. You
Director) and to'accept the class may need a tetanus toxoid l I03rd & Jammes Road
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Jax Merit promotion opportunities Vector Control Center, Fleet and Air M tt
currently open for Weather Facility, Defense Also, 119-69
receipt of applications are listed Surplus Sales Office and Navy Clerk GS-4, 121-69
below. Finance Office. 112-69 Plumber, -
I Applications will be accepted MPB No. 79-69 Electronics Meat Cutter, -
from career or career- Mechanic, 80-69 A-C Electronics Cleaner, 126-69
conditional employees of the air Worker, 81-69 Accounts Main- strument Mechanic ( j
station, Naval Air Rework tenance Clerk GS-4, 82-69 Planner 130-69 Automotive .
} Facility, Naval Air Reserve & Estimator (Public Works Serviceman, 131-69 :
: Training Unit, Fleet Air Structures),83-69 A-C Instrument and GS-3, 132-69
. Jacksonville, Fleet Aviation Mechanic,"84-69 A-C Instrument Operator GS-5, :
Electronics Training Unit Worker, 85-69 A-C Electrician, 136-69 Data
i Atlantic Det. Jax, Fleet Intelligence and 86-69 Clerk (StenographerGS3 Equipment Operator
. Center Europe, and GS-4. Management '
.
\
I Commissary Stores, Naval Also,Clerk (Typist) GS-2,3 and 139-69 Teletypist, --...j... ...;\ j
, Hospital, Navy Recruiting 4, 88-69 Electronics Mechanic (A- Mechanical plank owner Eugene Griffin receives watch
;i Station, Regional Storage C Systems,). 89-69 Electronics Technician GS-6,8 Capt. R.T. Hardy, Public Works officer.
,a Management Office, Disease Mechanic (Maintenance), 90-59 Support, and 141-69 Pay'y
\ Machinist, 9169C Electrical Engineering Plank Owner
) Worker, 92-69 Planner & and 9 Jet Engine.
,) Estimator (Public Works Also, 142-69
"' I- Electrical Systems), 93-69 In- Mechanic ( )
\ dustrial Tractor Operator, 94-69 Aircraft Painting at Ceremony
. Apprentice (First year), 96-69 Electrician, 146-69
" Statistical Assistant GS-5, 97-69 Supply Clerk
-,UBOOK'r1 ? Accounting Technician GS-4 and Military Personnel have a wharf builder and carpenter
101-69 A-C Metalsmith. GS-5,149-69 recognition before becoming a planner and
,, Also, 102-69 Automotive Personnel Clerk for civilians estimator for structures.
64 page booklet describing Mechanic (Body &: Fender(, 103- 152-69 Aircraft Engine Other Public Works retirees
: dozens and dozens of 69 Clerk-Dictating Machine 153-69 Airframes included John Coffey, who
. items and books available Transcriber GS-4, 105-69 69 Computer completed 28 years as a chauffer
. FREE. Secretary (Steno) GS-5, 107-69 69 Instrument retiring at Public and Felder Johns,an engineer for
t Complete with all information Card Punch Operator GS-2 and (Electronic), P. Wilkes locomotives, who also completed
: needed, including GS-3, 108-69 Messenger GS-2 and Metals Worker, over 27 years of over 28 years.
8 addresses. GS-3, 110-69 Production Con- Examiner (Aircraft ) He started his Eugene Griffin, a plank owner
troller GS-7, 111-69 Planner & Welder, 159-69 as an elec- at the air station, also retired
i EACH 60t PPD. Estimator (Sheetmetal Worker), (Airframes ) moved up to from service at Public Works.
112-69 Electric Accounting Supervisory Supply planner and Griffin began work here as an
Machine Operator GS-3, 114-69 and 161-69 Cash assistant construction engineer.
t Gross Servke
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4820 Avent Drive Plasterer, 117-69 Sheetmetal Jr., who
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'CIVIL SERVICE NEWS







Commission Equal EmploymentStaff



Implements I New ProgramsA y'' f



staff reorganization within key roles in developing the new Chairman, Office of the
the Civil Service Commission to program have been named to Executive Director, and the
implement the newly these posts. Irving Kator Bureau of Recruiting and
strengthened program for Equal becomes Director,Federal Equal Examining that had EEO
Opportunity in Federal Em Employment Opportunity responsibilities under the prior
ployment under Executive Order (Operations), with responsibility program.
11478 has been announced by for program operations and The regrouped staff will be
Chairman Robert E. Tampton. activities. James Frazier, Jr., augmented if necessary to
Nicholas J. Oganovic, the becomes Director,Federal Equal provide additional manpower : -j
Commission's Executive Employment Opportunity resources to carry out the _
Director, has been designated (Communications), with President's directives, the
Coordinator for the Government- responsibility for coordinating Commission said.'Implementing.
wide EEO program with operations with minority group the President'snew
responsibility for carrying out organizations and with other directions in equal em-
provisions of the new Executive Federal agencies having civil ployment opportunity is an '
order and the President's August rights responsibilities; he will be urgent undertaking for the 't 7 I It
8 memo to department and responsible for developing, Commission and Federal
agency heads, under personal between the Commission and agencies. Because of its im-
direction of the Civil Service interested groups and Federal portance, I have asked the
Commissioners.Two agencies, a two-way flow of in- Commission's Executive
top positions--focusing formation on which policy Director to take personal ,
respectively on program decisions affecting the programcan responsibility for moving the ,
operations and communicationshave be based.In program forward,' Chairman y:1:>,' ,
been established directly addition, the reorganizationbrings Hampton said. 'The Presidenthas 'M-:
under Mr. Oganovic. Two together in a single office called for positive results andI ,.i '
Commission officials who had the staff from the Office of the am looking to Mr. Oganovic, ''': -
Mr. Frazier, and Mr. Kator to :<,>,, Q'I' r rN,
provide staff leadership for this ,".
I Civilian AwardsContinued effort. A
Chairman Hampton also met i;

( from Page 4)) recognized for 25 years of Secretaries with Department for Administration Assistant,
in within his
leadership safety '
Agency Executive Directors,
and subsequently was promotedto these ,
department. During years
Directors of Equal Employment
master mechanic.The "
a no lost time due to an accidentwas ) tf ,"
Directors of Per- ,
Public Works Depart-- Opportunity, :;:s:
ment's director of utilities, ever required. sonnel, and Coordinators for the
Naval Air Rework Facility Federal Women's Program to RETIREES Claude T. Madrin (top) received congratulationsupon
Claude T. Madrin, also joined the
retired list. Madrin retirees included Robert R. discuss plans for carrying out the his retirement from Capt. H. O. Cutler, while Calvin A. Gore
employee Abbott and Calvin A. Gore. new directions on equal EM- received congratulations from Capt. E. H. Heile. It was the second
received a 30-year pin and was
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L Thanksgiving Dance Set for Jax 86

dy Mrs W. C. Anderson _
( Jax NWCA Jax No. 86 Nov. 5 Orrall, who will be arriving at The club announced a new bazaar
\ business meeting was the scene NAS Saturday. Mrs. Orrall and co-chairman to help with this
::1 of an exciting decision. The club Mrs.Bill Howard, National Mimo important day. Congratulations
\4'\' has entered the nomination of chairman, will ,be the club's Mrs. Jay Perry.
/) Mrs. Bud Barnes, Jax 86 honored guests at Jax 86 annual Two club projects will be
i :- president,for the Military Wife of ,Thanksgiving dinner-dance. A keeping Jax 86 members busy
: the Year Award. cocktail hour from 6:30: p.m. to 8 this month. The first project
: Each year this world-wide p.m. will begin the festivities. being a donation of a large
) .., competition is held to choose 'the From 8 on there will be dinner quantity of pajamas and slippersto
<:. one service wife whose actions and dancing. The club is most the pediatrics ward at the
ti : epitomize the real and important honored that Mrs. Orrall will be Naval Hospital. The second wiN
1':. contributions being made by with us to usher in the holiday be the donation of two
) military wives in improving season. Thanksgiving baskets to needy k l Frkr
\ people to people realtionships Jax 86 regular monthly social- families in the community.Jax .
wherever they are stationed.'Jax educational meeting will be held 86 will be presenting an
\ 86 is proud to enter Mrs. Barnes Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. at the award of its own in the future.
i. in competition for this coveted Compton Hall club house. The The annual Jax 86 Fellowship
title. evening's program will consist of Award. This award will be
\ ? The club was most happy 'to a guest speaker from the presented to the club in the
1 enter a new member's name in Jacksonville Navy League, Bud NWCA organization that has
the club roll book. Initiated was Fields made an outstanding
Mrs. Joseph Bretton. Welcome to Nov. 20 will see the Jax 86 club achievement during the year.
Jax 86. house busy as a bee hive as the The Jax 86 award will be i
Two transfers were welcomed annual bazaar opens.Hours will presented at National Conventionby
to Jax 86 along with several be from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. and all the regional president in
guests. Transfers were Mrs. kinds of goodies will be on sale. whose region the award is won.
I Marvin Baldwin from Glen View '.

: 208 and Mrs. Fredrick Flagge AA J ny
;., from Tidewater 190 and a former Troop 22 Needs LeaderJax V r
Jax 86 member. Welcome ladies. zI

.. Guests for the evening were Mrs.
,, Ricard Bazar, Mrs. David I- j4L S
The Girl Scouts of Troop being transferred from the area
; Schultz. Mrs. Larry Burgess and
22 are looking for a new leader to next month.
Mrs. Ernest Campas. Come
again! replace Mrs. Joyce Miller who is Help is urgently requested
because if a replacement is not
: Important announcements for
found the will be
soon, troop
the month were many, beginningwith
PATRICK HENRY forced to disband. .
a surprise visit from NWCA
Women interested in
,National President, Mrs. William "Is life so dear, or peace so becoming
troop leaders should contact Mrs.
sweet,as to be purchased at
Miller
the price of chains and slav- at 3843579. THE MAGIC SHOE GAME -The Navy Wives Club of America Jax
The highest temperature over ery? Forbid it, AlmightyGod Previous scouting experienceis Uaretestingpre-schoolchildrenattending private kindergartens the
recorded in the U. S. was 134 !I know not what course not necessary, and a Jacksonville area amblyopia, or 'lazy eye' disease. The children
t S degrees in Death Valley, Calif., others may take, but as for willingness to learn is the onle step on the magic shoes and tell the helper which way the table letS
to July 10, 1913. me,give me liberty, or give prerequisite the scout leader point en the wall eye chart. Eye weaknesses can be detected early and
1 . .
must have.
me death!" Speech in Virginia the child can then be referred to a,docter's care.,
Convention,St.John'iEpiscopal
: The first vessel to use radar
was the USS New York, USN, In Church, Rich.
iv 1938. mond, Virginia
; *. + (March 23,1115) .

\.'<. The first color TV broadcast Buy U S. Savings Bonds MILITARY! We Offer ,-."""'"
was a one hour program by
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CIViliANS! We Ifr relent all the Airlines. Let

us help you plan ydur travel. We Offer: J IV- 7
FAMILY PLANS rY i NIGHT COACHEST Vi !

.k .aA, ., CP'l. EXCURSION FARES'r) YOUTH FARES ,

MASTER CHARGE, B>HK..AMERICARD; cmnCJuanv

!t Other Major Credit,Cards Accepted ACCEPTED .4j ( q illasSan
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MODEL C 6 I AIRLINES \V1 /

Bellair's C 6 is just unbelievable; 4 Bedroom, Family Room, Niblick
Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, 2 Baths, and a large Utility TRAFFIC Juan at
Room; Eleven rooms of unmatched styling and economy. OFFICE, Phone 384 4406

$12,000-516,000, (JAMTO) I 1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms

Clay County's Only Completely PLANNED COMMUNITY! NAS JAX: Bldg. 13 g Main Gate Ext. 3553 or 387.2811 1 I Garden Country Type Apartmentswith Club
HOURS: 745 1700 Monday thru Friday Atmosphere
: NAS CECIL: Finance Office Kitchens equipped with C-E
BELL. Phone
:IR.aO :: 771-131 1
0800-1500 Ext. 8122 ; Ranges & Refrigerators/ ,
EVERY
Friday Air Conditioningand
'Individual
: : E EUJLDERS: I2STC.You : MAYPORT: Finance Office Bids. 1-24. Phone 246.5427 Heating by G'-C ..

art cordially invited to Impact our homes at your convenience 0900-1.500 EVERY Tue.. Wed and Thur. _Drapes furnished and
10 A.M. to Dart Travel South on Blandirtf Boulevard (Hwy. $2l) Wall to Wall Carpeting
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I?. NAS Project Transition Builds 'FO.Pwa



i f: Skills for Civilian OccupationsFor


tt most people Project President, started here in 1968 counselors will try to find the
Transition, if they know of it at and does a deal with getting out of man a job. First they will check
t all, probably exists as some kind the service and with getting a the Navy schools and see if
, of misty shadow at the edge of the civilian job. Primarily it was placement there might give the

/ conscienceless; a program that designed to cushion the shock proper training. Many men have ,,
) has something to do with getting sometimes experienced by found the Post Office, F FL
1 out of the Navy, or something to servicemen re-entering: civilian Oxyacetylene Welding and IBM

'. do with a civilian job, or just life, without the necessary experience Computer Systems Principles
> something. to find a, good, well. schools to be just the thing to get
have them a job later on.
paying job. Many people no
' idea what they are going to do Other than this, the training
past buying a new car or have a may come from one of the many
good time and here is where businesses and firms that co

Project Transition goes to work.It operate with the Navy in this
.' works like this: program, thereby increasing the

A person may become eligible variety of training offered to COUNSELLING is one of the lobs of Project Transition. Here PNl
for Project Transition and include nearly any profession, be to size his potential.him .
G.E. Baxley helps a man up
receive his first interview about
) it minister or mortician.The .
\ six months before he is due to be successful here and
learn lion feeding and rattle- very many
I will the
released from active duty. government pay letters of commendation from
Eligibility demands that the man's salary as usual and the snake cage cleaning. attest
also businessmen to the efficiency
the project
applicant be due for honorable employer will offer experience in Naturally, of the operation.What .
benefits the employer. He not
all of the For instance
separation from the service, for areas job. do
are going to when
extra hand whose you
( wanted all his life only gets an
is transferredto suppose a man
retiring, or being
.
enlistment is ?
free but he also hasa your up
,(, the Fleet Reserve. With this in to be a zoo keeper. The company services are ,
mind, the man's parent com thai hired him could not keep him potential employee who can '
LCDR. F.W. REYNOLDS is the the already trained
enter job
for three
mand or not (depending watering elephants ,
may may NAS Association
site officer heading the both to this.
up their months or however long he was should they agree
... Project Transition team. requirements upon ) release manpower him to the there.they would also have to let Project Transition has been Members Only

offices of Project Transition. GROUP RATES
But despite this vague Finally, assuming that all these INCOME PROTECTION
description of its nature, Project' d It 1 1X" '
\ requirements are met, this "n I 1 tJ"" ENROLLMENT NOW OfEN)
Transition does exist in concrete enroll for ;
person may training
form. It is, in fact, alive and well under this program with as muchas Mutual
and for the Jacksonville area, 90 days ((180 for Vietnam fOmiihii V
lives in Building 955 under the veterans) of service time left. lap f:..,dsr. 1Anpds
direction of LCdr. F.W. Next the prospective civilian is life Imu.ane Affiliate;United of OnuhjH
Reynolds and his staff. For these interviewed to see what kind of ,-l I*W4M*IMMKANf(,_"M*
HCMMIMINI OMMIL"'N"M*
people the program is anythingbut work his training and ambition W. KABRICK
a shadow. It is an everyday,
best suits him for.
4077 Woodcock Dr. Suite 230
working reality and they have an The approach is realistic and
Jacksonville, Fla. 32207
average in-put of 100 people per Chief Clift or PN1 Baxley will Y 8',
month who go through their of. counsel him on the best L
l
fice.Project possibilities and arrange thingsto
Transition is a new get him started either with on- AIR BASEPAWNSHOP
': idea conceived in 1967 by the the-job training or education.The .

educational aspect is "
f- '
SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL usually the administration of the fc

( MARSHALL ACRES high school GED test, the start
t 9359 103rd StreetJacksonville's toward a diploma that is almost a NEW OWNERS'
t newest & certain pre-requisite for any kindof
f most modern mobile home job. WELCOME YOU!

community is now' open for If the on-the-job training is
your inspection. Large 44 x MONEY TO LOAN
required to fill the bill the
75 lot* WE ALSO PURCHASE
ONLY $35 PER MO. V

Swimming pool, tennis court 6467 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
shuffleboard court, B B Q
pit picnic built for your en-
f j joyment. Act Today! call:
EL VERANO MOTOR COURTMr.
F. S. Martin. "anal.r
396.2924 I

For Full Details ONE MEMBER OF COUNSELLING STAFF, YNC, C.E. Clift greets
S Etf JNlf01+ f q two future civilians.

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NAS JAX Bldg. 39

Tel! 384-1391 or Base Ext. 2431. Hours: Mon.-Frl. 9:30-4:30: : JAX M;, /' FEDERAL Phone

NATTC Bldg. 501 3-
771-7355
Tel.772-2448 Mon., Wed. and Fri.-10 AM tit 2 PM

:: HAS CECIL FIELD Bldg. 26 : O it4lmbJi 3658 JAMMES RD.

Tel.771-3211, Ext.215 Hours: Mon..Fr1,8:30.3:00:





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Volunteer Class Graduates i


Jax Twenty three new Red Warner, Edith Wilson and Four Years ,;. -
Cross Hospital Volunteers were Dorothy Yaunick.
graduated and capped at, a Volunteers receiving awardsfor Margaret Nixon, \'Viola
ceremony at the NAS Officer's years of service are:, Papenfuss, Ethel Stemen and
Club Nov. 6. Isabelle Werber
One Year
Having completed their four-

Y. R 1 day training course taught at the Georgia Addington, Edith Five Years .
hospital in September in additionto Anderson, Amice Billings, Joy t
working at their assigned tasksa Browne, Maurine Castle, Judith Wilma Eldridge, Kay Lan
minimum of 20 hours, the ladies Cherico, Gladys Crider, Lauretta caster, Rita Jastremski and
are now authorized to wear their Dean, Ethel Feltham, Pat Beatrice Taylor. '
caps. Frontz, Susan Futch, Constance
Mrs. James O. Heft, chairmanof Glennon, Mary Sue Howie, May Six Years
Volunteers, presented the classto Jo Julius, Mona Miller, Dianne
Capt. C. W. Lewis, hospital Minderlein, Pauline Moore, Rita Catherine DeLany, Ruth Ann
commanding officer, who ex- Rivers, Barbara Schellhase, Kozak, Lillian Simpson, Neel
pressed his appreciation for the Elaine Schulze, Germaine Whitfield, and Marjorie Pattee.
work of the volunteers in Stanford, Ruth Weaver, Constance
alleviating the pressures caused Wegert, Eileen Weiss, Seven Eight,and 15 Years
by shortages of Naval personnel. Helen White, Donna Woods and
WITH BEST WISHES-Mrs. Stroh accepts a golden charm from Capt. H. O. Cutler, NAS com- Dawna Works. Dena Cipolat, Rita Brown and
Mrs. Jane Chanult and the
Jacksonville Officers Wives Club at a manding officer, welcomed the Catherine Tkac
were presented
luncheon given in Mrs. Stroh's honor last week. The charm is in- ladies and congratulated them Two Years pins marking seven as
years
scribed with the astronaut's words as they landed on the moon. for their achievements.Key volunteers, Maggie Dotson has

note speaker for the Valerie DeCelis, Lexie Farris, completed eight years and Alice
ceremonies was Dr. Eugene P. Ruth Garst, Joy Hamilton, Cummings has served as a "'S-
Walter, assistant chief of Dorothy Page, Mickey Thweatt, volunteer for 15 ars.DELUXE .
i U.S. SAV/IK)6) Medicine, who addressed the and Marilyn Wuebler.
,'
: meeting on the subject of 'Blood:
: What It Tells the Doctor Three Years
BON DS About You.' Dr. Walter is in

charge of the women's medical l Betty Becker, Lena Cush, Olga
ward and out-patient clinic in Forehand, Doris Gabbard, Helen
internal medicine and has used Harrison and Patricia Loomis.RECAPS .
the services of volunteers in his
I, 2&3 BEDROOM APTS.
clinic for
years.
Furnished or Unfurnished
STEAK HOUSE graduated The following and capped ladies by Capt.were :

V Marcella Smith, chief of Nursing T01.l'STire : eiJOnt.
BLANDING
BLVD at CEDAR RIVER Service, and Mrs. Lous Frances
II IAAII.4 OPEN 'Till/ If P.M.
Bowden chairmen of
Volunteers Cc:>>.

Luncheon Specials Served Only Cross for the Chapter Greater: Jacksonville Red {5> ne tt7

f cal a ring; Leslie Ann Bakkila, Mary Jane
Clark, Jorene Cocciolo, Ingeborg and 111a
Bring Family
your
SIRLOIN Moderate Prices Conely, Edith Cummings, $
$ 59s Best Baked Potato in Barbara M. Davidson, Susan
STEAK Town Davis, Mary Eckert, Peggy 5
Try our Blue Cheese Federico, Edith Griffin, Patricia ..On the St. Johns Riverat
Baked Potato Dr.uing. Hams, Sarah IHaessig, Jane CALL: Orange Park
Fast Service Henry,Elizabeth Howard, Benita
& Rolls All beef i*USDA and is Porter, Jane Primmer, Patricia 771 I .9934 Phone 264-6070

'", _._.;.7.. ,., .,' cut on premises ; Smith, Sandra Stacks Marian
'. Thomas, Judith Timby, Bernice 6324 BLANDING BLVD.
Our Steaks are not frozen therefore they will retain
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\ Call her for cash.
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$300 or more. .

I Get acquainted. With a $300 IntroductoryLoan -

or up to $600 !if you need it. Shan's
the girl to call at our Aetna loan office.She'll .
'.. fill you in on the facts of money and
";,.:.i introduce you to Aetna. That's why we
.',-,",i. make our Introductory Loan as simple,as
a handshake. Shari wants a ring, so give

;, her one.When.
HARVEY SHELLEY BILL ELLIOTT

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We are pleased to announce the appointment of the gentlemen

AETNA shown above as special military 'sales representatives at ABC Mobile

......:.. fINANC SISTEMd j Homes. These men have completed an extensive training course In

mobile home sales, service and financing. They understand the housing

| problems of servicemen and they will help you overcome these problems
with the greatest ease and economy. You're invited to stop by and see if

'; rthey can help you.

money matters .


Aetna's got what it takes .' ecc: .,


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Hemming Park Building
Phone 355-7543 I MOBILE HOWES fJ
,; 46 W. Duval
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8006 Lem Turner Road Phone 768-0501 I .. I : ,
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I: Three 'Valion' Milestones .


.. ayy
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Corsair Pilots of Attack
Squadron Fifteen continue to log
record landings aboard the USS
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
W, a (CVA-42)).
During July, LCdr Richard B.
,r" \ MaR MN 9 .tEl, .MI Porter logged the 176,000th
arrested landing aboard the ,
ROOSEVELT. LCdr. Porter, a r. r
member of the Valions since
December, has more than 300
carrier landings to his credit
when he made the milestone trap.
The second 'Valion' to
distinguish himself was Lt (jg)
,
David P. Link, who logged the AEZ Robert L. Westphal, AMD Avionics Reenlisted for 4 more years.

177,000th arrested landing aboardthe

: \ :' ( T (jg)ROOSEVELT Link joined the in'Valions'August. Lt in usa Has A Good DealThe I

,' April after completing transition
H training in the Corsair at VA-174, Nation's Oldest City will at the various at tractions. USO
NAS Cecil Field, Florida. again welcome more than 15,000 information points will be in the
Captain J.O. Mayo, former skipper of MM USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Pseudo 'Valion', Lt. James T. servicemen and their families Information Center and at the
(CVA-42) congratulates LTJG' David P. Link at a cake cutting Matheyn's first landing aboard during the annual USO Pal Day USO Club in the Lightner
I..,. ceremony in recognition of LTJG Link logging the 177,000th arrested the ROOSEVELT was the festivities Saturday, December 6. Museum.In .
landing aboard the Roosevelt. Awaiting his turn at the cake is LCDR 180,000th arrested landing. Lt. Military personnel from nearly 60 conjunction with Pal Day,
Richard B. Porter who logged 174,000th landing aboard the Roosevelt.Both Matheny joined the 'Valions' on installations in Florida, Georgia, Flagler College, formerly the
are pilots of Attack Squadron Fifteen.DOMINICK'S loan from Attack Carrier Air South Carolina and North Ponce de Leon Hotel, will sponsora
Wing Eleven. He first flew the Carolina have been extended Pal Day dance from 8 to 12 p.m.
Corsair at the LTV plant in October invitations by the local United In concert to its role as host for
1966 and now has 850 hours Services Organization (USO) the day, the St. Augustine USO
( w and 150 landings in the A-7. Council. Council will serve a free ham
ATTACK Squadron Fifteen is Most of the ancient com dinner at the Lyceum, south St.
.ZZZR part of Attack Squadron Carrier munity's attractions are extended George Street, from 3:30: to 6:30:
"1lf; Air Wing Six, Commanded by admission free courtesiesto p.m. Chairman in charge of the
FAMILY STYLE Cdr. Thomas S. Rogers also a servicemen in uniform and Pal Day committee i is Adolph
DINING ROOM qualified Corsair pilot. their immediate family. Includedin Guidi.
l the USO itinerary of sight- All service personnel should

HAPPY HOUR ,::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: seeing are museums, historic check with their service In-
3:30 til 5:00: P.M. houses, alligator farms, the formation officer or special
GLASS OF Lieutenant James T. Mathenycuts restoration area and Marinelandof services officer regarind tran-
the cake presented to him in Florida. Horsedrawn train and sportation to St. Augustine, if
:: DRAFT BEER recognition of his making the trailer train tours of the city will needed.
180,000th landing aboard the USS be available at no charge. USO IS THERE BECAUSE :
. 10 Franklin D. Roosevelt. This was Buses and cars can be parkedat THESE AND OTHER PEOPLE
Lieutenant Matheny's first the Visitor's Information CARE.
landing aboard the Roosevelt. Center located a block north of

Open OPEN SUNDAYS at 5 ::::::::::::::::::::::':::::::::::::;:::::;:;:::;:::;:;::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;: the Old City Gates at 10 Castillo EElD ISk l
Tuesday p.m. Drive. Trailer trains, carriagesand
6403 GUYBALLOU
Phone ROOSEVELT Ahead/ For BLVD. Buy U.S. Savings Bonds, buses will depart the Center
frequently during the day, with
I
Freedom Shares
l' FAST SERVICE' new buses providing'roundtrip
387-2621 transportation to Marineland.To .
.. assist servicemen and their
families, USO aides will be
CDR. USN, Ret.
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Publishers :
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PENED TO AUNT ALICE'Color -

Ads should be mailed not later than ScheduleMovies suspense drama starring
JAX AIR NEWS rNASJacksonville '
I Tuesday for publication the following Geraldine Page, Ruth Gordon

r Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this and Rosemary Forsythe. M-VG
AFTERIURNER will be shown nightly at ((101 mins).
deadline
will be published the following week
NAS Cecil Field I the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. HOSPITAL: 'DEATH RIDES A
t unless the publisher is Instructed otherwise.
'There will also be a kiddie HORSE'
A check or money order for the ful I cost of the matinee at 2 p.m.Saturday and a

MAIN OFFICE rt ad must be received WITH the copy for the regular feature at 2 p.m. ,Sunday MONDAY. NOVEMBER 17
ad. NAS: 'STRANGE AFFAIR'--
and holidays.
4747 San Juan Avenue
Jacksonville, Florida: t t MATE MJftfenvm cMrff ((3 Him) S2.M The Hospital Theater will have Color crime drama starring

Ptr+ditl..M4. 'Uf*wrftiiNr MM. ) p.Nr .aw nightly feature at 7 p.m.Cecil Michael York and Jeremy Slate..
Field will have two nightly shows A-E ((105 mins).

during the. week at 5:30: and 8 HOSPITAL: 'WHATEVER

p.m. Matinees will be shown on HAPPENED TO AUNT ALICE'

SINGER GOLDEN SEW HOUSE FOR RENT weekends at 2 and 5 p.m.
f.F;% r : Used as demonstrator 5 mos. Makes Unfurn.,Orange Park,3 BR, IVz Bath, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18

button holes fancy designs Kitchen, equipped, fenced yard,
NAS 'BARBARELLA'Colorcomedy
monograms, blind hems, overcasts, waterfront privileges. 264-4444 call :
etc.Only 2 at$46 cash or$5 a mo. after 3:30.: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13 starring Jane Fonda and
WAITRESS WANTED!!
Good pay, good hours. Call 781 9818, RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER NAS: 'THE HELLFIGHTERS'Color John Phillip Law. A-E ((98 mins).
Mrs. Goff 10 A.M. 5 P.M. 6437 Wilson Blvd. 771.5028 drama starring John HOSPITAL: 'STRANGE AF

t : eQ, :{AJ J f1i Wayne((121 mins and). Katherine Ross. G-E FAIR' .

SERVICE WIVES
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 'M(8) ;EioM s. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19

Jobfinders 1372 Cassat, 337-5626 or AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 NAS: NIGHTMARE IN WAX'-
1022 Park Street. 354-7888 and West Coast 353 3691 NAS: 'ARABELLA'..Color Color horror starring Cameron

JUSTISS TRAILER PARK comedy starring Virna Lisi and Mitchell and Anne Helm and -r

Service HESS Station OIL Attendants COMPANY, Full and 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern 66 CHEV. IMPALA CONVERT. James Fox. M-G ((91 mins). Scott Brady. M-G ((95 mins).
part time. Experienced. 5843 trailers and Apts. 389 3007. 327 Automatic. Must sell. Call and HOSPITAL : 'THE

make! offer 2463506. HELLFIGHTERS'
University Blvd. West. 733 9824.HMIilitANEOUS
MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea
1964 FORD CUSTOM
( Mobile Home Park) Vt Mile 4 Dr., V.8, Auto Trans., Excellent SATURDAY,NOVEMBER 15

:If,i1 ; ; :: < : IjiIJljl!: schools North of and NAS shopping, lots and center.rentals,Clean Near, Tires. 3880739. NAS: 'DEATH RIDES A HOR- 0

and reasonable rates. Manager on 1962 FORD GALAXIE SE'-Color western starring John .

premises. Children and pets welcome. Good trans., 4 good tires, radio, Best Phillip Law and Lee Van Cleef. S,
DO YOU WANT TO BE 6301 Roosevelt 389-9226. offer, 388.8935 or 771-3211 Ext. 370. M-G ((114 mins). {

A DISC JOCKEY? NAS MATINEE: 'UP TH MACGREGORS'Color \\SUt\\lf.S
For Information dial 356 8351. GEORGIAN VOLKSWAGEN western SAV\NOM
2 BR, 2 Bath, Central heat and air, 2 Dr. Sedan, Call 264.5437. S'
OIL HEATERS furnished, 6 months old. Small down starring David Bailey and \J. BREED

Cleaned and Serviced. Central Units, payment and refinance. 3967191. Jax 1964 FORMULA VEE.FORM CAR George Rigauld. ((93 mins). 'll
Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur. Miami Trailer Park. 4479 Phillips Extra set racing tires and tow bars. HOSPITAL: 'ARABELLA' t{
naces. Tylers Heating and Air Con. Hwy. Lot 105. $650. 3883240.
ditioning. Lake Shore 4711 Palmer
Ave. 388 5161.GEORGE'S. FOR RENT

House Trailer, Private Lot, Garage, .
KENNELS Patio, Quiet, Wesconnett 7712287.
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand SUNDAY
INEM
delivery Est. 1925, Poodle' I OPEN

Grooming Edgewood Ct.. Reasonable(Near Cassat, 5085 and t \! lf! REAt t ESTATE: :t1ir: :i::tl M ,

Edgewood) 389 0064 'cr ( Bl11lD

FOR SALE WATERFRONT MEN!
Live crabs and fresh fish Row Mullet, High wooded, perfect for retirementand *1 I
for deep freezers by orders. Wilford year around. living. Easy terms ...
Fish Camp.. 264-9707, ,. Mobile Homes Welcomed. 1'Mile,East IOO GUARANTEE
of' Lake Ashbury 6n 209.. Also' new
1 restricted sub division near com
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS pletion. Contact La Rue 725 3992. We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In.
Consoles some with AM FM, tape i ertlon. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything
players. At dealers cost to liquidate that needed U. And guaranteed them 160% for' the repair or
FOR RENTOR SALE
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771 0409. replacement of all major mechanical part.for JO days or 1000 .
FHAresales. .
& .
Houses and VA
Apts. Equity .
GOUY- vo v*> THINK mr woutpBUIUP miles. Come on In and double check. +
.. low down. Call Powell or ONE fOa US 1 t" ,
GREAT DANE PUPPIES Mills, USN Ret.264-2411 Orange Park TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE
Black and Fawn, AKC Registered, Realty, Military Free Notary.LSHAPEDRANCH ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Call 2649518. Bold New Colors

OAK HILL PARK .1111I11 I I III .. ..1. araaae
COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES
3 BR, 2 B, Cent. Heat & Air, Eat-in,
Deposit will hold 'til Christmas, 396-
4787. Kitchen, Sep. DR, Sunken, LR,. 61 VW SUNROOF $795
Hardwood Firs., Fenced yd, screened NowOpen Heater, New Paint.
patio,, near both bases and schools,
2QUARTERHORSES 5'/4 loan, $121. mo. 7717386. 64 VW SEDAN $995Radio
7Vz yr. old Mare and her 7 mo. old fit Heater.
Filly Saddle for Mare. All for $600. ORANGE PARK
4828 Collins Road. 264 4177. Desirable Wyndegate, 5 Bedroom 64 VW '1500' SEDAN $1195

home with many luxury living J Village 2-Door, Radio & Heater.
features, fireplace and large family
SINGER MODEL620 room, modern king-sized !kitchen, ) 65 VW SEDAN $1195Radio
Golden Touch& Sew
excellent neighborhood schools, buy
Walnut cabinet Singer's best, does ol.--OtUJf & Heater. .
equity and assume low Interest
everything. Sold new over $420. Bal mortgage. Priced low 40's by tran- 66 VW SEDAN $1295Radio
due $88 or $7 mo. Free home trial. sferred owner. I
RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER & Heater.
Saxony Real Estate, Inc.
6437 Wilson Blvd. 771502810SPORTSPARACHUTE 725.4666 67 VW SEDAN $1495Radio


HOMES FOR RENT OR SALE! ORANGE PARK & Heater.

Plus 28 feet reserve chute. 3880739. We help Navy. Quick Move In. 68 VW SEDAN $1695
Courteous Service. Sillay Realty Co. 1138 Hwy. 17
Radio & Heater
MAN-A' FRE 389.6201. Phone 264 .
4522
Direct Induction Tri power intake 67 VALIANT $9952Door
manifold and carborator for a Pontiac ON JULINGTON CANAL

overhead cam 6 engine. 388.0739. 60 by 181 ft.waterfront lot. Rolling and ..................... Jadio & Hester
dry.Realtor: Easy 355.6154.terms. Emily Mehaffey, 67 BARRACUDA $1295

STEREO CONSOLE $76. 2-Ooor Hardtop, Auto Iran*., Radio & Heater

Beautiful walnut combination console FOR RENT OR SALE 68 MUSTANG
with radio. 3 mos. old. Reliable party Estate 3 N $1995
Lakeside
Executive Home tkoH1aEdBO
can take over balance due $76 or pay BR, FamilyRoom; Assume VA 6>,i 2-Door Hardtop, V8. Auto trans., R4H.
$9 per mo. Phone 353.1946 anytime.Will .
deliver. No Obligation. per cent ORANGE,imorlgage.PARK REALTY 67 MUSTANG $1395

A-l 1 Music Center 264-2411 2-Door Hardtop, V-8. Auto. trans., Wide-oval tires, R&H.
1606 Main Street : )(
HOMES 66 MUSTANG convertible $1495

New, Portable SEWING round MACHINE bobbin sewing We'll sell l your home for you.We'li V-8. Auto trans., Air Cond.. Radio &. Heater, Black Top

machine. Complete with auarantee. sell you a home. 66 MUSTANG
$12952Door
Call Wlm. B.Luke, Realtor
$48.50. Service Discount Center. 6110 SPECIAL
103rd St. Nr. Standing 772-8076. 389-4833 Hardtop, Air Cond., R&H.. .

SHRIMP OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM

REFRIGERATORColdspot Frostless, Lawn Mower, t:.J.r: ?:,; '.RENTALS:
Ceramic Chee-Chee dogs from
Vietnam and 1 vinyl chair. Call 772- WILMAR APARTMENTS DINNER WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

0953. 6 Duplex, near Jax & Cecil. Fur.
nished. $105., unfurnished S85, plus St.
i
ZIGZAG$34 Tax, Newly painted, 2 BR, Lg. Kit., $1.29103rd
i. Sewing Machine Breakfast nook, 2 car parking space,
INC.
Original guarantee. Makes but water, sewage, garbage, lawn service PM"i
t tonholes. Sews on buttons. Decorative included. 1 block West of the 5900 Blk. & Blanding Center ,

designs Monograms, etc. Reliable of Jammes Rd., 12 mile South of.103rd 1150 Lane Ave. So. Phone 781-5511
party can pay balance' $34. or assume St., Call 387-2541, nites or weekends 7717970PHONE ,
353,1946 Nite or day.
$8,per mo. Phone
Ask for Credit Manager. Will deliver.No call 3890744. AHEAD Open Dally 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6
NEAR NAS& CECIL
obligation
A-1 1 Sewing Machine Company Furn. Apt., 1 BR, S65. per mo. 771 FOR FASTER SERVICE

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.i $ a p A Red Darters Have New Executive OfficerCdr.



Stephen J. McArdle, Jr. His second tour and first patrol Squadron 19 in May 1966. lie was
reported aboard Patrol Squadron squadron experience came at assigned:: as the head of the
45 recently to assume his dutiesas VP-8. While with the squadron, he Maintenance. Department and
the squadron's executive of- was designated a patrol plane Administration Department. lie
ficer and begin his third tour with commander in the P-2 Neptune.He qualified as plane commander in
the VP Navy served in both the Operationand the P-3 during this tour, as well as
In the absence of Cdr. R.A. Maintenance Departmentsas serving as officer-in-charge of
Mason, VP-45 commanding of the training officer and the detachments in Australia and
ficer, Cdr. McArdle is the assistant aircraft maintenance Cam Rahn Bay, Vietnam.A .
squadron's acting C.O. Cdr. officer. During this tour Cdr. native of New York City, Cdr.
Mason departed NAS Jackson- McArdle gained extensive ASW McArdle is married to the former
ville Nov.3 for Rota, Spain where experience while participating in Maureen L. Gallagher of
; the squadron has been tasked exercises with Task Group Alfa Riverdale, N.Y., and has six
with maintaining a detachment. which was assigned the task of children.
Ground support personnel and developing new ASW tactics and
equipment, along with personnel coordinated procedures between
i effects, were air lifted to Rota via mixed surface and air units. He Free Phone Calls
an Air Force C141. served as the co-pilot during the
4j One on Cdr. McArdle's first one-year fleet evaluation of the
'Hi Mom'Ready
official acts was administeringthe first jtfLIE equipped aircraft Operation
Y1+ oath of enlistment to SD3 and was a plane commander
Monico Neral Oliver. Petty Of. during the fleet evaluation of the for ChristmasWASHINGTON
ficer Olivar shipped over for six first JEZEBEL equipped air-

years and received a reenlist- craft. (AFPS) -.
ment bonus of $1,834.20. Since he His next assignment to the Through the cooperation of the
. c S'7 I joined the Navy in 1963, Petty U.S. Naval Post Graduate Schoolat Communications Workers of
'i ta-\' ; + Officer Olivar has served aboardthe Monterey, Calif., where he America, the USO and the Department -

USS Randolph (CVS-15)) and began his studies in the fins of of Defense, telephonecalls
home at Christmas for
selected -
{'1 at the Naval War College. political science. In August 1963, servicemen and women
-', Prior to receiving his orders to he was awarded a bachelor of overseas will be available again
VP-45, Cdr. McArdle was arts degree with distinction. this year.
assigned to the U.S. Naval War From his work at the Post Since 1957 the CWA has pro-
College where he completed the Graduate School, Cdr. McArdlewas vided funds for the "Hi, Mom" I
command and staff course. In ordered to the Special program to be used by USO
ACTING C.O .. Cdr. McArdle presides at the reenlistment of SD3 addition to his war college Projects Office in Washington, clubs overseas. (
Monico Olivar. studies, he earned a master's D.C. He served as the Assistant to Servicemen overseas who are

degree in international affairs the Deputy Director, Special military selected by commanders the USO and to make local

A YANK Classic July 22, 1942 from George Washington Projects and worked with the calls must alert those individuals
University. Navy's Fleet Ballistic Missile who are to receive them in
f.. A former Naval Aviation Program. During this tour, he the United States. As in past
Cadet, he was commissioned in attended George Washington years, all calls awarded to fam i
September of 1955. His first tour University and received a masterof ilies in United States will be
of duty was as a flight instructorin science degree in personnel initiated overseas and placed on
the Naval Air Basic Training administration.After a collect at home basis. The
CWA local union then reim-
Command at Pensacola Fla. He
/ completing ReplacementAir
burses the families for the
..' instructed in the SNJ, T-34 and T- Group Training in the P-3 charges.
.- & 28 trainers. Cdr. McArdle reported to Patrol


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, By SN Pat Williams honorman from last week? Well, Miramar, Calif. Among the
, ., he did it again. He's made awards Chief Foster has receivedare
Retirees honorman of AO School for the the Air Medal and Philippine

:.r ffftasaa AOC Maxie H. Benton receivedhis sixth time. Must be highly habit- Liberation Ribbon.

retirement papers after 28 forming. Another reenlistee last week
THE FIRST WORD INCONVENIENCE years of active Naval service. Re-Ups was AMEC Authur J. Wilson.
Chief Benton had been an instructor AVCM Donald F. Foster Chief Wilson, an instructor at AE
at AO School since he decided to add three more yearsto School, shipped over for the third t
reported to NATTC in June 1967. his Naval career. Chief Fosteris time. This will add four years to t
Only 2 MINUTES from NAS JAX! Before coming here he was with an instructor at the Aviation the thirteen he already has.
HB MHM<.; VP-56 of Norfolk. He has also Electrician's Mate School. This The chief reporter here to
#&:::%::: been a student at both AO'A' and was the chief's seventh NATTC from VP-7 in October
AO'B' Schools here. reenlistment in his twentysevenyears 1967. He had served here twice
He is a native of Dover, of Navy life. before; once with AE'A' School in
1.S Florida, and he says most of the' Chief Foster has been here in 1957 and with. AE'B' School in
WIDOI ships he has been on have been NATTC since August 1966. He 1966.
aircraft carriers. __________
was at NAS Jacksonville twice '
Chief Benton will remain in the before; VSB-1 in 1943 and NAWSin I
APARTMENTS Jacksonville area and attend 1955. He attended both AT'A
college. School and AT'B Schools in i ,, lr 4f' i

Again? NATTC Memphis.

Remember AA Richard Before reporting to his present .. \.."...".\,.,.,. I
SEPARATE BUILDINGS FOR: Langevin, our persistent duty he was with VFP-63 out of "MOTORSwsrry :

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Young Marrieds This watch tells you P-L-E-N-T-Y \t./ I
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be like tonight. STATE INSPECTED
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1, 2 aNd3 Bedroom Apartments from In Is.addition What date to what it Is.dayit What l / CARS I
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$153 month time it is acc,'ately and 164 VW SEDAN. $540 I
dependabtyyearafter a Tk0 I Radio & Heater I '
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FREE-golf at private country club year. It's self winding; AEG
VW SEDAN. $440 I
ten karat filled gl 163 ;
gold- top. .
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swimming pool 5
Plenty of closets with stainless steel back case Radio & Heater .
children's with Cabanas swimming pool and dressing master bedroom room closets in with Black raised or a white markers dial : I. 62 CORVAIR. . $360 .

'. and a matching ba.id. Coupe, Radio & I .
Front and rear entrances Central. Heat and Air Shock-resistant ) I Heater, Stick 1'I '
Conditioning Dishwashers precision movement 1 62 VW SEDAN $290
.' Wall to Wall Carpeting Disposal, Range seventeen jewels .
Fully Draped and Oven lifetime unbreakable Radio & Heater
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'1 1 staff. An exceptional o ,I. Radio & Heater I
watch for a+ MONTN
moon watchers.
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'OJ. NAil sun worshippers, or I 59 ENGLISH $290
:: 'AXIe anybody who'd like to ,. D AUG o. - - IIWe
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know the time of
: nt o 1 :. ii #1737,$125, day. 'fthrl o Buy-Sell-FiRunce I
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SA James Brown was selected as Stock Control of the month. His
selection was based on the number of error free Transactions he
processed during the month of October. Seaman Brown is assigned to
ADJ-l Bernard A. Walker was ADJ2 James E. Beecher was AC.2 Mark R. Bready was Sailorof the stock Control Branch of the Supply Department here at Cecil
Sailor of the month for the monthof Sailor of the Month for the monthof the Month for the month of Oct. Field. For his outstanding work he was presented a loving cup, and
Aug. He is now working for Sept. He is now working at that's not the type you are thinking about. ...

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Free Auto License Tags z AN IDEAL

WASHINGTON (AFPS) SETTING FOR:
An act passed recently by the C
State of Alabama provides free LUNCHEONS
license tags to members of the
Armed Forces. ''c DINNERS
However, the following condi
tions must be met: ((1)) individ DANCES
ual must be currently servingon
'active duty in the Armed w
Forces as an officer, warrant w CALL MRS. PIKE
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Tuscan-Sokol ':;::fr: ;x DefenseKeytoCrown[
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Receive Awards ':; .;.;.Psi:{'it!nL l' For Admin

'' Underdog
Jax-Dob Tuscan of Admin and r < ; 'f< ?t',

Mike Sokol of NARTU received By J03 Rick, Kuni .
personal recognition for their Sports Editor

,' performances in the 1969 Intramural Jax-A fired up Admin football team took the field last Wednesday
touch football season at underdogs to the National League champion NARTU and two days
'the awards presentation Friday. i later walked off with the NAS Intramural Football Championship for
Tuscan'was chosen Most 1969.
Valuable Player during the
regular' season by the officials Admin opened their bid for the opening game, halftime found
who make the nominations title with a 24-6 shellacking of both teams unable to put a point
following each ball game. Sokol htTill NARTU but,although the score is across although both clubs had an
was presented with the high somewhat lopsided it wasn't an opportunity until the defenses
I scorers trophy in leading NARTUto easy victory.The closed the door.
a 9-1 season record and the defenses dominated'' the
NARTU after off the
National League championship.Hoopsters first half as the teams went into picking
first of the Admin
intermission scoreless. However, pass game by ,
in moved down to the one-yard line ''I'
: the second half it all broke
Open loose but were halted when Bob Tuscan
as Admin took over control '
and marched in to score on a 45- intercepted a pass. Admin came
back and moved down fieldto
yard touchdown toss from Bob right
Season Tuesday the NARTU five where they
Tuscan to Josh Owsley. Tuscan
were shut-off when they ran out
WINNERS A happy Admin team carries off ttolr captain. later crossed over himself and of downs, and this is the closest
Jfen Outon, after winning th* intramural football crown. Owsley scored his second TD to
either team to in
t Jax--The Jax Navy Fliers came scoring
put the almost out of reach
game
,, ... the first half.
their ,
basketball team will play .r. < "JfT<<'i from NARTU. Admin iced the
1 first home game, Tuesday, Nov. (, ':',:> ;" ::< :u > :: ,<< >' ':>: : ;.",1::" ;'_ game on a 30-yard scoring romp

I 18 at 7 p.m. against Callahan .' : ," by Chuck Dettrey who followed Bowie Does It
of the city basketball
Realty
J"y". : three blockers into the end zone.
league. All home games are "' '. l' NARTU did hit the scoring
played in building 3. K'I column in the second half as the The third quarter went past
-" q league's leading scorer Mike with both offenses being limitedto
Sokol hauled in a'six pointer. a few yards as the defenses
continued to play in .championship -
TEXACO, INC. Down To The Wire form.

Dealerships Available As in many championshipgames But late in the final period,
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660 Riverside Ave. defeat and the second game of the safety and hauled in a 45-yard
195 & Baymeadow Rd. double elimination battle wasn't aerial from Tuscan and scam-
any different. pered in for the six pointer. The
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE conversion was missed but Ad-
Following the pattern of the
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BANK'AMERICARD RICAN EXPRESS-STANDARD OIL SHORT GAIN NARTU'S Ken football season last week NARTU SWAP MEET
MASTERCHAROE Credit Card Honored took lead Admin in
Winkle could only pick up a short a slight over
gain on this carry against a the race for the coveted Ironman
ROOSEVELT MALL stingy Admin defense.U.S. Trophy. By virtue of their first FLEA MARKET
d place rating in the National

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Savings Bonds make playoffs NARTU has tallied 1,050 11..11-
the ideal Christmas! gift-for points to Admin's 1,000 points. awrwaxSell! Buy!

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I You Pick 'Urn NARF Fan



NAME. .. .RANKTITLEDUTY Picks NineIn

STATION .
PHONE NO. _
.. ContestJax
;"' (Team
listed first is visitor)

first civilian to break
KANSAS CITY.MINNESOTA --- NEW YORK ___?(AFl) into the winner's circle in this
year's weekly football contest is
_ GREEN BAY (M'I I w.)_(NFL) NARF machinist Nick Blasioli.
Blasioli recorded a 9-1 ballot P3'
AIR FORCE_ STANFORD ?___ missing only the Oregon St.- i
California game and almost _
AUBURN GEORGIA nailed the tie-breaker on the headas

he predicted Georgia and '.
ILLINOIS WISCONSIN Florida would tie 14-14 when
actually it ended up 13-13
KANSAS ST. NEBRASKAMISSISSIPPI
'Why the tie?' we asked the

sports fan. 'Both teams looked You Pick 'Urn Winner Nick Blasioli
TENNESSEE ,_,_ almost the same on offense and
defense and they only had one tie
OHIO ST. PURDUE in 46 games so I thought it was
time for another.' BUY
PRINCETON YALE Bowling
Blasioli, who calls himself a
OKLAHOMA ST. _,_ COLORADO___ 'sports nut,' is pulling for Ten Freedomr'
nessee to take the Southeast StandingsNATIONAL
Tie Breaker: Predict final score between Ohio State and Conference this season and in the Shares

pro circuit says'It's the Rams all
Purdue.Indicate winners in other games by a check mark. the way.'

Three other entries also
,Ballot boxes are located, in Galley One and the Main Exchange recorded a 9-1 mark but were off :

on the tie breaker game: Dennis Flap Jax No. 1 30-10 .91F
at NAS Jax and Cecil Field and the lobby of the
Hale of ComFairJax, Rod Pinneyof AOMD No. 2 29-15 '
the CO's staff and Eagles 36-29<
W.
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Naval Hospital. Ballots must be In by noon Friday.
AE 'B'School at NATTC. J. E. FahPah 26-18 WHOLESALE
Leath of Galley I at Jax hit the Chiefs No. 1 25-19
Intramural Fliers Drop Georgia Florida duel with the PRICE tO EVERYONE
perfect score but had seven of the AMERICAN
Basketball Opening Game next games incorrect to shatterhis
dreams. Round Five 25-3
Jax -- The intramural FWF 28-8
basketball season for 1969 starts A t 6ND Meet Only two more weeks remain to Hunters 25-11
Monday,Nov. 24, but there still is enter the contest with each Maps 17-11
time for units that want to enter a Jax The Jax Navy Fliers winner going to the Dec. 1 Red Darters 19-17
team to get into the competition. football team stumbled in the Jacksonville Quarterback Club
For more information call the first game of the (Sixth Naval dinner which will feature Georgia CONTINENTALCPO's
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3239. guest speaker. The season 33-11 SURPLUS GOODS
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( FAETU Sailor

} Net Hospital Eligibility

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: By AMSC H.P. Shrine Jr.

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All retired members of a
Uniformed Service who are Rate LadderSR

I entitled to retired, retainer, or
<\'j equivalent pay are eligible for to A03 in eight months may
;. care for nonservice-connected not be a record, but A03 Terry L.
,I, disabilities in Veterans Ad- Hisle, attached to FAETULANT
.:( ministration facilities on a space- Det. Jax has advanced in rate so
available basis as beneficiaries
If'r fast that his wife
can hardly keep
of their respective services.
the correct rating badges on his
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uniforms.
< state under oath that they are ,
financially unable to defray the Hisle enlisted in the Navy on
cost of care. There is no chargefor Jan. 28 and was advanced to AA
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