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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 27 NO. 35 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA NOVEMBER 20, 1969 ,
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I Chaplains Mark 194th BirthdayBefore ,.



there were mess halls Indeed, 60 per cent of the managed to get 75 per cent of "
there were Chaplains. Before Chaplains on active duty have these people to change their ,\
there were wardrooms there were served in Vietnam and 35 have minds. /
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Chaplains. Before there were received the Purple Heart. Three
berthing areas there were have been killed, and all have Chaplains also support and ,. < i
Chaplains and before there were seen death and ministered to its recommend the formation of 9L
human
Chaplains there was the cat needs. relations committees s
o'nine tails. But combat is not the only aboard bases. These are com-
Today the Chaplain Corps, place Chaplains are needed. The posed of officers and men of
various
consisting of 1,050 Chaplains of 47 living receive their aid too. They backgrounds meeting
denominations baptised in fire, have distributed food, clothing, together in candor and concern to
reduce j
and renowned in service, will school supplies, sewing goods, tensions and formulate
observe its 194th anniversary.Their toys, and teaching aids to plans for positive community
action.
history is colorful. schools, churches, and or- \
The Corps was established phanages in Vietnam. Nor have The Navy and Marine Corps
under the second article of Navy they been inactive in the United Chaplain is a truly dedicatedman.
Regulations on Nov. 28,1775 and States. Recently in San Diego .For 194 years he has workedto L : :
its members have served ever where the landlords in that area maintain the high standards of
since, from the decks of the Bon had refused to sign open occupancy moral, spiritual, and religious
Homme Richard, on beaches pledges, one Navy growth among servicemen
marked Omaha Jueno and Red Chaplain,James E. Ammons, got everywhere. His number one I IHr.
and finally in all areas of the busy. He launched a personal mission is to 'bring God to men 0 0t
present conflict in Vietnam. campaign and by its end and men to God.'


I News in BriefVietnam &

and Mrs Carl Bush
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Bound? ments are especially invited-to the Disposal Division located -
attend this worthwhile talk. about one and a half miles southof Operation
Holiday Sends
Holiday Travel the Main Gate.
Tomorrow there will be an Military and civilian DoD
interview at the air station Jax As the holiday season personnel are invited to par-
theatre with Lieutenant (jg) draws near, commercial airlinesare ticipate except persons under 21
Stanley Morse, former flooded with' thousands of years of age 'and those whose Gifts to Vietnam Hospitals
"''operations'and briefing officer on early passenger reservations. duties include responsibilities for
the staff of Commander' Naval Military' personnel requiring oj within the Defense Property ,
Forces Vietnam. commercial air transportationfor Disposal Programs, their agents, Jax--Over two-thousand spearheaded the drive, said'that > ,JH
Morse's position during his 13- PCS-TDY travel during this employees, and immediate American servicemen in the 30,000 pounds of gift boxes ;"
month stay in Vietnam was period are advised to contact the members of their households. hospitals throughout South included over 20 small items for ]
especially informed as it was his Area Passenger TransportationOffice Vietnam will have a merrier each man who will receive one.
job during that time to provide (APTO) in Building 13. Leave Periods Set Christmas thanks to the efforts of Bush also said he was gratefulto
daily briefings for Vice Admiral APTO will arrange travel by The first leave period will run the Military Order of the Purple all the local schools, churches, '
Zumwalt, the head of the 'in military air MAC whenever from Dec. 15 through Dec. 28. The Heart and other local women's clubs and veteran
country' forces in Vietnam and possible. second will be from Dec. 29 organizations.The groups in the area that con-
General Creighton Abrams, Beginning last week and through Jan. 11.Departments 2,200 holiday gift boxes tributed to the holiday project.
commander of all U. Vietnam continuing through Dec. 20, the are required to were airlifted from the air station He' pointed out that the In-
Friday enroute to 27 hospitals in dependent Life Ins.
forces. Airlines Ticket Office in Building maintain work force of 50 Company
The lecture will be held at 10 13 will be open Saturdays from 8 cent of their a personnel at per all Vietnam. Included in the boxes backed the project in a big way, 1
a.m. and will be aimed at a.m. to 3 p.m.Government. times. Leave will be granted were over 52,700 individual items, donating directly to the foun- 4
providing a clearer insight into Surplus according to this regulation.In ranging from pocket size Bibles dation as well as to many of the
the unique naval operations of the certain instances, leave may and playing cards to Christmas clubs and others that were taking
'Brown Water Navy.' Junior Jax-There will be a govern- be granted to include portions of trees and ornaments.Carl part in the gift collecting effort.
officers in the local area who are ment surplus property local spot both periods at the activities Bush, head of the Purple The successful program was
likely to draw Vietnam assign bid sale Wednesday at 9 a.m. at discretion. Heart, Foundation that dubbed Operation Holiday.



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OUR OBLIGATIONEveryone Air Station

SUNDAY MASS 9& 11 am.;
DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.

has obligations. Teachers, parents, h a-' A a Confessions will be held
scholars servicemen and E 'pv Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and
women no mater what the t 1r, FI
from 5 to 6 p.m.Naval .
walk of life .. we are obligated by the nature of our 4 ,- _

society, whether we've thought about it or not. HospitalSUNDAY

One definition of the word obligation by, Webster MASS 8 a.m.

states: 'That which a person is bound to do or forbear;
NATTC
any duty imposed by law, promise, or contract, by the w '
relations of of kindness SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
society, by courtesy, etc. y
President Nixon perhaps best asserted the meaning of Bldg.500

our obligations as ,members of the U., S. Armed Forces PROTESTANTNaval
when he spoke last June at the Air Force Academy

commencement exercises. He said, 'I believe that' we Hospital

must balance our need for survival,.as a nation with our CONGRATULATIONS FOR sustained saperlor performance on SUNDAY WPUIP
behalf of GS-4 firefighter Tracy C. ,Sweat (r), and a beneficial
need for survival Americans SERVICES 10
as a people. servicemen, a.m.
suggestion award for II.E.Andersen (1)(I), also of the Fire Department,
and civilians, must remember that defense is not an end are extended by LCdr.O.C.Anderson NAS Security officer.Household Naval Air Station
in itself. it is a way'of holding fast to the deepest values .......i.........IuIulu......... ..I ,
known to civilized men.' '" Sunday" '

No country can survive for long unless its people : Moving Tips. : Church School 9 a.m.' :

surive within it. By this we mean, dedicated and com '. Junior Church 10 a.m. .

passionate men and women of our great country must [Check First and Be Sure : Divine Worship a.m.Service"10 Bldg.{ -- 750

hold fast to the human values we deeply believe and Episcopal 1 Communion .8:30:
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B 'I did not receive my stereo set and my claim to the movers 1 a.m. .750
was disapproved. What do I do now?' Ir Junior Youth Fellowship 5
'They lost half of my garden tools and refuse to reimburse : p.m. Bldg.722
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me.
JJ 'My bedroom suite was badly scratched up by the movers, butS e Tuesday
they say the damage existed prior to the move.' .
B 'These and many other similar complaints can be avoided if .. Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
.you read the inventory and understand its importance.' p.m. Bldg 750
Any investigation for loss or damage claims will be based on : Thursday *
the information contained in the inventory. The movers areA .
required to write a fair and complete inventory, and by your .' Christian Science Service 8
signature you agree that the inventory contains a complete p.m.\ '
\(9L7/( B listing of all items shipped, and that the condition as listed is the 1
condition at time of pickup. NATTC
r: Overseeing the writeup of the inventory is one of-your most : .*Sunday
important jobs on moving day. There are a number of things to .
accept as a highly civilized society. Among these watch for.First, the movers are required to list the location and Divine Worship 12 p.m.
aesthetic values are freedom, heritage happiness, E if necessary the degree of exceptions they take. 'Small nicks on Bldg.500
JJ front edge, 'marred and scratched on front Jegs' would ,be .
prosperity and peace. To lose, any one of these from: correct descriptions. 'Scratched and nicked' would be incorrect. Evenmg'W rship 6 p.m.
within means we would fail to,survive as a people, in 'Garden tools bundle ((6))' would be correctthe; six indicating Bldg.500 ,:'
turn, we would also fail to survive as a nation.As six pieces;; if the number of pieces was not designated, you
Americans, serivcemen, and civilians, we must J might only receive two pieces at the destination. Any item =
JJ written up as a bundle or consisting of more than one piece .
band together, work together and build together. Aboveall
B should be identified as such. For example, the number of TrafficViolations
we must be idealists, if we are to continue to cushions for a chair should be indicated. Cartons containing

progress and be respected as the leader of the Free professional books, papers or equipment must be identified on ,.
World. the inventory as 'professional papers,' or 'professional equip- ':
Individualism and enthusiasm are urgently needed if ment,' as appropriate. o
JJ You may not refuse to sign the inventory. If you cannot reach .
we are to remain a proud society of idealists. This is
an agreement with the driver, make a notation above .
you may
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how America became the greatest nation on earth. Thisis The following is a report of
your signature, indicating your opinion of any specific item.For .
how she will remain the greatest nation on earth. example: 'I don't agree with item 247. This item should read motor vehicle accidents and
'very small dents on legs.' You are completely responsible for traffic violations for the period
We have to love and contribute fair :
our
country our Nov. 4 Nov. 10.
all of until receive
your belongings you a readable copy of the
share of effort as individuals and as a team to achieve JJ completed inventory signed by the driver. Until then, be sure, .a Namfcer of AccMcnts
and retain the goals we hold fast as '. .the deepest B ask questions,and you will have a minimum of trouble. This week7..
values known to civilized men./ When you arrive at your new station check with the tran- Total accidents this year
We have only to fulfill our obligations. as a people sportation officer right away.You may be able to save in-transit through Nov. 10 475.
Number of accidents through
and nation. storage, thereby eliminating up to four extra handlings of your ,.
as a goods and decreasing the chances for loss and damage. Even if November 1968 349.
5 you don't have a house, it pays to alert the transportation officer : Total number of days since last
|| and give him a telephone number. injury in a motor vehicle accident166.

Upon delivery, the shipment should be checked into your new U .
Sfft 9tn home on the inventory copy you received at pickup. Check each Number of Violations
item as received and check its condition against the inventory. This week 60
U.S. SAVINGS BONDS You should have a definite plan for placing your furniture in : Speeding' 11
5. your new home. The carrier is required to put your furniture Reckless Driving 0
_
B wherever you designate one time only. Going through stop sign 4
It is wise to unpack immediately for two reasons. First, you o Other violations 45
can inspect and note any damage. Second, the movers are Twenty-one drivers appeared
required to remove all packing debris. The movers are not U before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
: required to place packed ite back into cabinets or drawers, Nov. 13. Disposition of the
a AX AIR: NEWS 0 only to'placeJthose items within easy reach. : cases included the following: 8
m While-.\unpacking, make notes of any damage-Any loss orB lost dirving and parking
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damage not reported at the time of delivery may result in denial privileges aboard station for
by the carrier. If not noticed while themovers are there, notify various periods; 8 were assigned
The JAX,, AIK NEW$. 'Is a Cii'illan, Enterprise. Newspaper distributed the company immediately in writing. You may not refuse to sign complete an eight-hour coursein
. each Thursday at the: (II. !S. Nai/al, Air station. J Jachsoni'Ule. the'required delivery documents; however, you are urged to a remedial driving; 8 received
Florida' by the Holt Publishing' ( Company: a pricatc JJ read carefully every document presented for your signature. If : suspensions; 6 were given
firm. AH Copy submitted for use (in the JAN AIM Nl-U'S must H you see any reference to clear receipt of your property you warnings; 1 was dismissed; Four
be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office nor 2, NAS Jack- B should indicate your losses or damages (especially on the drivers were assessed 11 traffic
soni'ille, by 12:00:(} noon on Monday' before publication. News Government Bill of Lading, the Inventory the Accesorial points.
Services Certificate) or at least make reference
to the document
items arc u'rltemr&Jn'm all sources( Telephone'' 772 111 IN ;
(normally the inventory) on which you have listed .
your exceptions -
or III') : If you have extensive damage or loss, notify your .'
.
B transportation officer immediately. He cannot help you if he s eefta
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and' queries B does not know about your problem. TII
concerning'' ,. such, should' be directed I to: In the
will do
summary, Navy all it can to insure a good move .
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY free of strife, grief and lost items. Likewise, the packers and _
4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 movers have responsibilities to the Navy and to you. They are ass
I Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 JJ ethical businessmen, approved for contract work with them .
government.But in the final analysis, much depends on you. For :
VOL. B after all, it's your move!
27 NO. 35 NOVEMBER 20, 1969 .

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the sound of a gun on the 21th or ; I'
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the 26th of this month do not think 'rt
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pilgrims or the Indians of old. It \g :
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The Rod and Gun Club will /
sponsor the shoot out here on
Cecil Field.The time of this great ,
event will bellamuntil3 pmat the
picnic grounds.You .
syy /t
can bring your own gun or
they will furnish you with one.
The ammunition will be suppliedfor J ,
your use. It will only run you 5'' nay ,
one big dollar You can bring
anyone that you want as long as it HELLRAZORS who received awared are: (left to right), LCDRTROUT
isn't AnnieOakley. LT TOBEY, LCDR RASMUSSEN, ADR1 MAYWHORT,
LCDR CARD, SN BAKER, LT DUNTON.

CLIPPER.CROSBYSEACRAFT Awards 10Hellrazors Captain J.B. Morin, Commander, Readiness Attack Carrier Air
GATOR*ROCKET LCdr. Michael D. Trout Wing Four,extended congratulations to LT. L.G. Shelton, VA-44's Cochairman -
received the Vietnamese of the Combined Federal Campaign drive and Captain ;
I MERCURY Gallantry Cross with a Bronze James H. Wynn III, C.O. VA-44, for their outstanding results in the :.
OUTBOARDS Star and his 14 thru 20 Air recent CFC drive.The officers and men of VA-44 contributed $4,018.04,
Seven' Hellrazors of Attack
i MERCRUISER Medals. which was 142 per cent of their goal and one fourth of the total con
STERNDRIVES Squadron One Seventy Four were LCdr. John D. Rasmussen was tributed by the Fleet Air Detachment. The total contribution of the
EXPERT presented awards during a awarded his first thru seventh squadron of Carrier Air Wing, VA's 44, 45 174 and the Air Wing Staff
squadron inspection at NAS Cecil
Air Medals was $11,343.41.
REPAIR
Field last Friday" LCdr. Perry W. Gard received
SHOP Captain J. B. Morin, RCVW 4, the eight thru tenth Air Medals.Lt. ,
presented the awards to each of Lewis W. Dunton was
264 9835 the Hellrazors while Cdr. J, E.
David
awarded the Vietnamese F. Maywhort was BUY
Rus, C. O. VA174, read the Gallantry Cross with the Bronze awarded the Navy Commendation
INLET MARINESales citation that accompanied each Star and a gold star in lieu of his Medal with Combat
award. fourth Navy Commendation 'V. FreedomShares
& ServiceHwy. All the awards were for servicein Medal.Lt. Seaman Robert E. Baker was
Vietnam and were presented to Gary H. Tobey received a awardedtheNavy
17 Orange Park the following: gold star in lieu of his third Navy Achievement. Medal with

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Secretary of Defense Melvin mote locations overseas, or incase I ing an F-80:
Audit OrderedOf Laird directed the Secretariesof ? involving expenditures of November HistoryNov. Nov. 18 (1922) First catapault
the Army, Navy and Air less than $10,000 annually launching from an aircraft
Force and the directors of de- The Defense Department will U.S. Marines in carrier, the USS Langley.Nov. .
Base Clubs fense agencies to take the action continue to give full and prompt 2 (1950)first combat action 22 (1963) President JohnF.
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Club Fleet Reserve Auxiliary



SchedulesBLUEJACKETS Prepares for Christmas :

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INN The members of Unit 91 Ladies assist the Branch in entertainingthe

Tonight's entertainment JFr Auxiliary Fleet Reserve National President of the
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features Messenger of the Association held a meeting FRA, Walter Rowell. Rowell will
Masses, and tomorrow and Monday evening with Unit be in Jacksonville Sunday and all
Saturday Phil Cay and the President Mrs. Joseph Pierotti Branches and Units are invited to
Chantels will be on stage. The f presiding. meet him at the clubhouse on
Camelots will be there on Sundayand Welcomed to the Unit was Mrs. Collins Road.
Tuesday, and on Wednesdaythe f baw Keith P. Welch, a transfer from Another national officer to visitus
club will present the Four of Unit 63 of Iwakuni, Japan. soon, is Mrs. J. Unger,
Clubs. An initiation ceremony was Southeast Regional president.
CPO CLUB held for Mrs. Howard 0. Grimes Mrs. Unger will be coming from
Be at the Chief's Club who received a hearty welcome Key West.
tomorrow evening to hear Mel from the Board. On Dec. 12 Bob Nolan,
All standing committee's National Executive secretary of
Gaden, and on Saturday you can {
dine and dance to the music of k riiiMARINE reports were given at the meeting.Mrs. the FRA, will arrive in
The Clubs. Live entertainmentwill Frank Lodesky, welfare Jacksonville. Branch 290 will be
be featured on Sunday, when chairman, reported that a basketof the host for Mr. Nolan, and all
the menu specialty will be primerib food was recently delivered to Branches and Units are cordially
roast. a needy family. She will be invited to come out and meet
the baskets to be
preparing givenat
ACEY DUCEY CLUB him.The
Christmas and ladies of Unit 91 took
all membersare partin
,
.Enjoy free refreshments at the CITED FOR TRAINING'ASSISTANCE8gt.. C.F. Hof-
to contribute canned the Veterans' Day Parade.
USO tonight, and be there melster holds the letter of appreciation. received from Lt. Col.J.W. urged
tomorrow evening for the 'Girl of Bryson (1)I). commanding officer of Marine Air Reserve Squadron goods to help with the project. Open House was held at the
Mrs. John her clubhouse in Park after
the Month Dance'. Get on the bus VMA-142. Witnessing the presentation are ((1-D) Capt. W.B. Powell,Jr. Fogarty gave Orange
the Luau and the Unit the and refreshmentswere
parade
Saturday at 9 a.m. for a tour of and MSgt. R.E. Ford. The sergeant received the letter for his report on ,
that it netted served after the meeting by
Six Gun Territory. 'SorrowfulJones' assistance in the two week summer training at Roosevelt Roads, was pleased a profit
that will with welfare Mrs. Lloyd ,
is the free feature movie Puerto Rico.Combat. help Dykes.
scheduled for Sunday night, and projects during the holidays.Mrs. .
on Tuesday the USO offers the Joseph Pierotti, Mrs.
Art Paintings Thomas F. Lancaster and Mrs.F. .
of choice. Be there
game your
Dickenson attended the birthday HONOAMOTORS
-
Wednesday to hear disc jockey Al
Albert play your favorite records Available for OrderTwentysix celebration of Unit 263 of
from 8 to 11 p.m.OFFICERS. Cape Canaveral. Unit 91 will & CYCLES CO.
CLUB 4949 BLANDING BLVD.

Tonight the Officers Club will paintings from the plimented by a. proper frame.A PHONE 771-8244

hold a wine tasting festival, and Navy Combat Art Collection are pamphlet entitled 'Your 4526 120th St. ,. ..r0.
tomorrow evening there will be now being reproduced in full- Navy,' which contains one-color a
dancing to the music of the color prints and may be pur- illustrations of the 26 prints may YUKONHoar TEXACO
Redcoats. Saturday night the chased by the public for the priceof be requested from Commanding Glass
Jacksonville Officers Wives Club one dollar each. ?,
Naval Publications and
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FRA both historical and personal 1348 citing Stock No. 0515-929- 25 250 Washers
Be at the FRA tomorrow night viewpoints. The 22 by 28 inch FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE .
and dance to the sound of the prints faithfully reproduce the 0000.The reasonable cost and an- SO Dryers( min) TRAINING WITH PAY

Fugitives beginning at 9 p.m. Jim color and subject of each selected ticipated demand for these prints HOURS: 8:30-8:30: : PROMOTIONAL ADVERTISING SUPPORT AND L
Mann and the Goodtimers will be artwork, and present an authentic -
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limits purchasers one copy. Oie Day 353-5736
Sunday, and on Tuesday when
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there will be 'Game Night' at 8 NAS NEAREST LAUNDRY
Jacksonville, Fla. I

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SAVE WITH Hike Child Survivor BenefitsOn

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of automatic ad increases whenever annuities are
\ $ontnII Oct. 20, Presider t Nixon because would automatically on the basis of
t: The legislation
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h Fyroll SeyinysF signed into law a bill that will justments.this monthly amount to $75 cost-oMiving changes, such as
mean an extra $20 to $50 a month raise with only one parent the November 1 raise of five per
for child
for future civil service retirees.All a These amounts
child with cent. new will
for a go
and to $90
:' benefits of the bill were effective living, dead. These to each child in a family, not to
on the date the bill was both parents to exceed three children. If there
would be subject
signed. Therefore, the total amounts also were more than three children in
annuity increase for those a family, then the total amount
retiring before November 1, 1969 Health for three would be divided among
could be about 15 per cent the the actual number of children

I 4deeoat five per cent cost-of-living bonus 6. Survivors of a deceased

plus resulting approximately from the 10 highthreeyear per cent- Plan DueChanges federal employee will be eligiblefor
survivor benefits after only 18
4; i average salary and sick months of service by the employee
leave credit features. instead of the minimumfive
.
The of the
4 highlights
of service
legislation, as published in the years now

October 13, 1969 issue of the The U.S. Civil Service Com- required.
Increased survivor annuitiesfor
'Federal Employees' News mission announced that all 36 of 7.
and widowers
Protect The Digest' are quoted below for the the plans participating in the widows of
Underside Of Your Carl information of all concerned. Health deceased employees who retireon
Federal Employees
in the future. The
disability
1. Annuities are liberalized by Benefits Program will have
them the basis of widows and widowers will be
computing on changes in benefits or premiumrates
the high-three-year average or both, for the tenth guaranteed annuities of 55 per
1095 salary rather than the present contract period which begins cent of annuities their spouses
drawing.
were
high-five.
Jan. 1.Thirty.
2. Annuities are liberalized still plans will increase their 8.All benefits in the bill go into
further by crediting unused sick premium rates. The major effect on date of enactment
IM.FORD leave at time of retirement for portions of these increases reflect (when the President signs the
additional length of service.Each the continuing sharp increases in bill). The benefits apply only to
CHEVY 22 days of sick leave would be the cost of hospital and medicalcare. present retired employees.
counted as one month's ad-
.
9. Federal and postal employees
PLYMOUTH ditional. service. of the will
All but seven plans
3. A one per cent increase is minor benefit will pay seven per cent of
have relatively salary instead of the present six
added to the amount of automatic
.
cost-of-living annuity adjustments changes.An and one half. per cent, effectivethe
each time an adjustment unlimited open season first pay day on or after
;) is made. during which eligible unrolled January 1, 1970. Their present
DUVAL 4. Widows of federal employeeswho employees may enroll in a plan computation rate of one and one

died or retired before July and enrolled employees and '". half per cent for the first five

MOTORS 18, 1966, and who remarry, will annuitants may change plans, years,"orfe and three fourths per
of enrollmentself
i'ti, continue to receive their an- options, or type cent for the next five years, and
)1 i CAUAT ( to ) has been
only family
nuities if they are past age 60. two per cent for all years over 10
Mu3176541L This already is the law for those scheduled for a period which is remains unchanged. Also unchanged -
I who became widows or who will open now and will Continue are the present
become widows after that date. through Nov. 28. retirement age requirements.
5.Child survivor benefits will be During the open season, em-
increased, both for those now on ployees and annuitanta who are 10. Legislative employees'
At holiday till! the rclls and those in the future.At in high options and have full salary contributions for
present a survivor child Medicare protection (hospital retirement benefits: will be raised

don't receives a base annuity of $50 a and medical insurance) for from six and one half to seven
forgot Shari. month, although this has gone up themselves and their wives (or and one half per cent,but all their
to $61 because of the automatic husbands) may want to consider service will be computed at a rate
annuity increases. And a child changing to the less expensivelow of two and one half per cent.

4 'Cause Shari has .set aside a large cash with both parents dead now options which generally will Members of Congress will pay

0 .., reserve especially for the holiday season. It's receives $60 a month, with this supplement Medicare eight per cent of salary for their
called the Aetna Holiday Fund. amount now up to $72 monthly adequately. retirement benefits.


'.;. Shari's the gal to call for extra cash at Aetna -
Finance Company. If you've got a leave

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need It. Money, or any worthwhile purpose,
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k':,:.: I Wives Tour and Learn at Air Ops I


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}" Jax-Approximately 20 wives of

f\" officers and key civilians from ,. "
}> the Air Operations Department "
attended a detailed and informative Cy; R:
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1* ,, 4', tour of the department J ; rt
"s last week.
The purpose of the tour was to
give the ladies an insight to the
I i t< jobs their husbands perform, and
*, acquaint them with the in-
tracacies of the Fleet Weather
Facility and Radar Control r r1F
Division.
LpE
They visited the air control
tower, also, and boarded a
1 f '# ;y wsh helicopter and HU-16 aircraft, .,
i both of which are used primarilyfor
search and rescue missions.The --
E'Ill x -
i: wives looked on as crew

\ members: performed an
, emergency drill that included the
': launching of a crisis boat.
The ladies received a shore Helicopter tour
k cruise in the captain's gig and
\" concluded the afternoon with a
... luncheon in town. JOWL Christmas
, The tour was unanimously
Luncheon SetThe
<: lauded by the ladies as a very -

" interesting experience. Jacksonville Officers' demonstrate the art of Christmas
\\: "............N.'Y\V. ...........'V'J Wives Club will hold a Christmas decorating at the ComFairJax.

I, ...all about the HU-16L luncheon Dec. 3 at the NAS Of- NARTU and Fleet Weather
ADS make yourshopping ficers' Club. Facility hosted event.
easier The luncheon will begin at 11:30: Reservations may be made by
L a.m. and the wine experts of the contacting Mrs. C.W Matthews,
F.D.I.C. '' .. .. ........,r.... Y
will
lV't."' '''''' .J' club have a chance to sample 264.2410, or Mrs. J.F. Bullington,
!' INSURED BANK TIME DEPOSITS various types of wines. Lunch 264-6649.They must be in no later

..t SOLD TO YIELD NEW will be served at 12:30: p.m. than 5 p.m. Dec. 1.
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expensive, let us help. After all, we help over Apartments from 63 CHEVY II.$249
100,000 service people every year. And we can $153 Loath 62 FORD. . $199
make your big-job a lot easier. FURNISHED 63 CHEVY II Wagon $249
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country club 60 DODGE. $99

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.es.... ......!t..... ..!..._........fr'_ ( ,1'\ children's swimming pool master pressing bedroom room closets in 58 ENGLISH Ford. $129 '::
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JOINT,SERVICE MEDAL He also has the Vietnam Ser reported here from' VP-11 in
vice Medal with Campaign Star Brunswick, Maine. He and his
NATTC's Executive Officer, which he received earlier. wife, Pansy Leone, have one son. ,'
Cdr. Roy H. Paxon, Jr., in a Gadomski was stationed herein Next to further his Naval
surprise ceremony at the NATTC only a short time ago, career was AE1 John F. Tom-
Department Heads' Conference, in 1968, while he went through AO misser. He is an instructor in the
was awarded the Joint Service 'A School. He says he plans to math and physics phase in AE
Commendation Medal. make a career of the Navy and go Schools.
The commander was servingas up for the warrant officer Petty Officer Tomisser has
battle staff operations officerof program later on. been in for 14 years. This
4 *; 1; the USCINCEUR Airborne The petty officer and his wife, enlistment, his third one, is for I
Command Post and later as Mary Jane, have two sons, three years. He was with VAH-10 I
group operations officer for the Jimmy and Johnny. in Whidby Island, Wash., before
Silk Purse Control Group, reporting here. Tomisser and his
England, from August 1967 to REENLISTMENTSThree wife, Maxine, have three
r August 1969, the period for whichhe children.
was commended.His Aviation Electrician'sMate Third in line to take his oath
R Po citation read in part, 'he instructors shipped over was AE2 Wayne A. Smith. This
played a prominent and valuable last Friday. was his first reenlistment, and it
y ; role in formulating and executingthe AEC George W. Brown has is for five years. Smith has beenon
plans for the continuous been in for 17 years. This will be active duty for seven years,
operation of the Airborne his fourth enlistment, the last one part of that time having been
Command Post..distinguishedhimself before he retires. Says the chief, spent at NAS Barbars Point,
Capt.Kennedy with Cdr.Paxton by his leadership and 'I don't want to make a career out Hawaii, his duty station before
professional competence.' of it.' reporting here.
Cdr. Paxson reported here The chief has been aboard Petty Officer Smith is married
from England in August of this NATTC since July 1968 when he and has one child.
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OPEN DAILY 11 A.M.-9 P.M. FRI.AND SAT.TIL 10 P.M. .

BLANDING BLVD fa CEDAR RIVER Medals one and two have a a 1
U.S.; Choice Cut been awarded to A02 Richard C. +t-
NO FROZEN BEEF USED Gadomski, an AO 'B' School
fciilomMeak student.
All Beef Cut On Gadomski was stationed with I
With Baked Potato
Assorted Rolls Premises From Heavy Attack Squadron 21, i
Stangley Point, Republic of ..
$ 1 5 9 U.S.D.A. ChoiceWE Vietnam. His job as a tail gunner j. or, .

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ARE NOW JACKSONVILLE'S MOST SUCCESSFUL many types of ordnance and ",'ili i;, .. .,. .
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VA-44,. Names letter appreciation, .from, Maj.,;: .aircraft,back into the sky,. -- .
R. C. Blackburn, USMC,
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thanking him for responding Other men presented with
,Plane Captainof quickly and cheerfully to a call letters were ADJC J. E. Irvin,
for assistance in correcting an AE2 M. R. Mich, and A02 D. R.
electrical problem on the Major's Perry. Men advanced in rate
the MonthAirman A4E Skyhawk last March. At that were AE3 J. A. Connolly AQF3 JIB
time Garner worked several Dysinger, PR3 J. H. Heater,
::4 -j -. Apprentice Charles hours after normal working AZ3 R. K. Klumpp, and AMS3 T.

Fisher was presented a letter of hours in bad weather to put the R. Youngen.

commendation at an 'all hands'

Forty assembly Four at Monday Attack morning.This Squadron. What Daddy Does
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letter noted his selectionas
Plane Captain of the Month of Aboard The FDRA
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September.Fisher's cheerful and
enthusiastic approach to his
) familiar question to Navy guests aboard the mightly
,'\'t. duties on the flight line as an A4
,"'" men everywhere, but one that carrier early Saturday morningto
Skyhawk plane captain were
the inner workings of a
view
< most find hard to answer. The
mentioned in the letter.In .
..," ,'.. ,-*":"k'x, ".::'',"; ; ,..,.."".,..>'"..,, ..' '"" addition Fisher was cited FIFTEEN'Valions' of had Attack the opportunity Squadron to deployed squadron aboard ,
I> }, because 'on occasionsyou
numerous the
1. ;: ship. Guests watched as
> show their wives, children and
(Fisher) have voluntarily it's
(junior grade) Charles F. Greer received VA-174's 'Top extra hours to guests what shipboard life is all ROOSEVELT departed
worked
Gun' award last Monday at NAS Cedi.Droodle's many about on Saturday November 8th. Mayport pier, and as the ship
aircraft and
availability
ensure maneuvered for sea room, they
The chance when special
came a
airworthiness.
Corners were given guided tours of the
day long dependents cruise was
Several other 'Hornets' were carrier. Statis displays of all the
1 also presented with letters of made by the USS Franklin D. aircraft that comprise ATTACK
ROOSEVELT (CVA-42)) off the
commendation or appreciationand
Carrier Air Wing SIX were
advancements in rate. Florida coast.Squadron available for the guests in
: AE1 M. Garner received a men brought their spection.

LATER in the morning guests
.:' I were to see first hand the sound
s .. ., .n. and of flight operations.
: "f: > ; fury
': ; 1 1'; : ; 'Valion' aircraft made of
many
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participated in the highlight of
the cruise, an afternoon airshow.
: J The airshow provided an excellent -

-- : opportunity to watch the
4 aircraft their
many perform
particular mission.
one. As you can see it is a product of imagination.For _
After a hearty Navy lunch the
editors title turn page upside down. ,IJ r wi 'Valions' and their guests wat-

_L_ ched as the ROOSEVELT
returned to it's the
appns; 6ujjjUJUJ03; I.ISII V JaMSUV pier. Leaving
ship after a full day, the
Anyone with a good imagination is welcome to submit his droodle and Droodles are not hard to think up. Here LTJG Mike Sternberg, who 'Valion's' guests were fully
possibly get it published. Send or, bring' all drodles to the Afterburner |ust drew a few lines, is trying to think of a title. It takes a little con- aware of'WHAT DADDY'DOES.'
Office, Bldg. 12, NAS Cecil Field. centration, doesn't it Mike? -



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I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGPublisher MovieSchedule Sandy Dennis and McKellan.: .

HOLTPUBLISHINGCOMPANY :\I1105 mind.HOSPITAL .
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JAX AIR NEWS : Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday :MATINEE: 'FIRSTIEX':

NASJacksonville for publication the following Thursday. Ads IX THE :MOOX'-Color science .

AFTERBURNER '.' arriving too late for this deadline will be Movies will be shown nightly at fiction starring Edward Judd and ::.

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. :Martha H'er.103\ mins ,:.: t

'.... : publisher Is instructed otherwise. A check or There will also be a kiddie SUNDAY; NOVEMBER 23 .

I money order for the full cost of the ad must be matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a NAS: 'FRAULINE DOKTOR'- : '.;

I received WITH the copy for the ad. regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand Color spy drama starring Suzy .:g.

4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 holidays.The Kendall and Kenneth :More. :M- if;

Jacksonville, Florida I Hospital Theater will have VG (102 mins).

Per additional line (4 words per line) 50.50EMPLOYMENT one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil HOSPITAL: THANK YOU ALL 'J
Field will have two nightly shows VERY MUCH' ." ,

during the week at 5:30: and 8 :MONDAY NOVEMBER 21

p.m. Matinees will be shown on NAS: 'BUONA SERRA. :MRS. ''t.

> .... ...... '. "" .. .... .', MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLE BOATING OUTFIT weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. CAMPBELL'-Color comedy
t.::'.: :!.. : : :<.:.'.::':.':::...:l::<:::>:."'.:,::<: (Azalea Mobile Home Park) Vi Mile Complete dependable, 14', Wind starring' Gina Lollabrigida.: .
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near shield, Top 30 HP. Elect. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 20 Shelley Winters. Peter Lawfordand
schools .and shopping center. Clean, Speedometer, Trailer, Cushions, Etc. NAS: 'HOOK LINE' ANDSINKER'Color Phil Sih'ers.l\I.E till mins
and reasonable rates. Manager on $350. 7712144.
SERVICE WIVES comedy starring HOSPITAL : 'FRAULINEDOKTOR'
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS premises. Children. and pets welcome. Jerry Lewis and Peter Lawford. '
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I; Jobfinders 1372 Cassat, 387.5626 or 6301 Roosevelt 3899226. 6HP FISHING MOTOR G-VG (92 mins).
1022 Park Street. 354.7888 'Sea King"Less than 15 hrs. operated TUESDAY NOVEMBER I 25
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time. Like new. Forward, Neutral, : )
Trailer Lot, Paved Street, Sewer, NAS: 'THE BRIDGE ATREMAGEN'Color "'
Reverse. Needs slight repair -Color horror
on starring .
WAITRESS WANTED!) !
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reverse gear. Separate 5 gal. tank Cameron Mitchell and Anne war drama
Good pay, good hours. Call 781 9818, 2144. .
i Mrs. Goff 10 A.M. 5 P.M. San Bargain Juan.price! Call 387 3566.or 4747 Helm. M-G ((95 mins). starring George Segal and

i FOR SALE FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21 Robert Vaughn. M-G (115 mins), : ..,
'66 Budy 12' x 55' 2 BR, Front Kitchen DESIRE TRADE NAS 'GUESS WHO'S COMINGTO HOSPITAL: 'BUONA SERRA. .I9:.;'
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MRS. CAMPBELL'
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repair sewing machines and stereos. starring Spencer Tracy, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26 ,
Apply 1606 Main Street. Phone 353-
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REALESTATE Poitier. G-E ((108 mins). drama starring Lloyd .:.t.1
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FOR RENT OR SALE NAS: 'THANK YOU ALL VERY
Houses and Apts. Equity VA &-FHA REMAGEN'j'
resales. low down. Call Powell or
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For information dial 356 8351.
CDR. USN, Ret. :
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wooded, for retirementand
High perfect INSURANCEINVESTMENTS
Cleaned and Serviced. Central Units,
year around living. Easy terms ,
Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur.
naces. Tylers Heating and Air Con Mobile Homes Welcomed 1 Mile East
ditioning. Lake Shore 4711 Palmer of Lake Ashbury on 209. Also new
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Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand Insurance Programs '
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delivery Est., 1925, Poodle Mutual FundsASSOCIATED
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Grooming Reasonable, 5085 3896201. WITH that needed it. And guaranteed them 1&0% for the repair or .
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and JOHN B. STOUDEMIREFLETCHER replacement of all major mechanical parts* for JO days or 1000 'rmil.
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2-Door, Radio fli Heater.
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they were kicked around by ,
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I. [ .. (.ciISp.'rIs. ROJ Hdni| 'Happy My favorite,Hal's Cherookies'team the Pathetic 31. r,

: ':,'" Plumber's who have set their t ,
By SMC George Blackburn goals for second place had an .
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.. .. easy time as they swept the :"
':'" series FROM FAETU.Individual .
; Hello sport fans; After relaxing battled in and out of first from the statistic worth
for two weeks up north, it's a opening pin fall. Standings as the x '
mentioning:
pleasure to get back and catch up league enters its second roundare ,
on all the latest sporting news at as follows;
1. High team -VA-174 No.
NAS Cecil. VA-172 35-17

The intramural football is at a VA-44 29-22i 2. High team AOMD
stand still due to the players from Marines 29-23
3. High team BlackShoes
various activities participating in VA-44Admln 28-24

.( the East Coast Championship. Weapons 27-25
S
The league wrap-up and play-off AMD Cefs 25-27
\ will be held. the week of Operations 25-27 First High Individual Game Cecil Field quarterback Don Jackson looks for running room but finds
November 24. VA-174 23-29 the going rough during action in the Sixth Naval District Touch
In Ping Pong NAMTD No. lis Medics 23-29 1. McDonald 235 Football Championships held at Navy Memphis. Cecil Field beat Navy
still in first place, however Supply 20-32 3.2. Conlon Waller.233- 234 Memphis 22-14 to win the championship. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by

pressing the 'professor1 are AMD Avionics 20-32 Richard Ramsey)
supply. The standings are Dental
; 20-32
The standings are as follows:
NAMTD No. 1 18-2 Admin 19-321/& Hellrazors Capture
Supply is-?'

AMD 14-6 In the National League now in
the second week of the second CinClantFIt TitleThe
NAMTD No. 2 14-6 half of play, AOMD t trying to AOMD 38-14
VA-12 4-16 make it a run-away, continue to V A-45' 33-19
VA-44 2-18 roll along. Larry Becker of OPs Dental 32-30 Hellrazors football team Hellrazors against the USS
1- VA-174 o-15 moved into a tie with Sam VA-44 3M9 who represented COMFAIRJAXat SALUTE, who represented Naval
BOWLING: Delvecchio of Admin for in- VA-174 No. 1 29-23 the CINCLANTFLT Touch Station Charleston and downed
At the half-way point in the dividual high series with a 611 as VA-173 No. 13 28-24 Football Tournament, returned them 39 to 13. The Fleet Marine
American league, the Black birds AOMD downed VA-174 Hellrazors BOQ 26-26 home last week sporting two Force Atlantic Fleet from
of VA-45 are five points in front of 31. VA-44 Top Dogs' found ,the NAMTD No. 1 24-28 shiny first place which,they won Norfolk was the next to feel the
the VA-172 Spoilers, who have going a little rough last week as NAMTD No. 1 23-29 at the Tournament.The spurs, when the Hellrazors
AMD 15-37 Hellrazors, who enteredthe bombed the'Halls of Montezuma
FAETV 11-41 COMFAIRJAX Tournament 55 to 20. The final day of play
undefeated remained the same found the Hellrazors again
BASKETBALL through both the COMFAIRJAXand matched against the USS
the CINCLANTFLT Tour- SALUTE team. The Hellrazors
CHRISTMASIN Intramural basketball has. naments. proved their highly acclaimed
started and it appears that During the week of play at the ability to pinpoint the bomb by
NOVEMBERFOR several teams are going to be CINCLANTFLT Tournament the driving it home to sink the USS
tough.In Hellrazors played the USS SALUTE 48 to 2.
THE GIFT OF YOUR LIFE. the American League VA-12, ORION who represented the Including all the games, player
BUY YOUR MOBILE HOME NOW! VA-37, and the Pathet Plumbersare Naval Station at Little Creek and Coach Don Jackson's team is
off and running with two defeated them 38 to 12. The next presently holding a 21 to 0 recordfor
HOLIDAY SPECIAL! victories. The Plumbers feel that day of play matched the the season. It is nothing new

2 BEDROOMS 12' WIDE they can go all the way, with the for Jackson's team to go througha
Millionaire's Comfort at Worfelngman's Price talent they have amassed. This is season undefeated. In league
the feeling of one of the Plumbers VA-87 1-0 play, since 1963 Jackson has
Tiffany $2,995REGISTER ( No. 5)) after he had a good night AMD 1-0 managed to stay on a winning
Marines streak, During the past six
against VA-172. However, if VA 0-1
172 had been hitting on target it Weapons 0-1 seasons he has played on two
FOR may have been adifferent, story. VA-45 0-1 Championship East Coast In-
The standings are as follows: Ops 0-1 vitational Tournament teams.
FREE TURKEY AND TRIMMINGS A Jackson took the Cecil Varsity
No 'Purchase American 1' Teanjf, which included six
RequIred. You Do :
1 NOT H.v.To B. Present To Win. The'CPO Club,Cecil announced Hellrazors to the 6th Naval
Dental 2-0 they they will play host to the District Tournament which they
r VA-12 2-0 New Zealanders Friday eveningat won. This week they moved on to
VA-37 2-0 1600 in the station gym. Should the East Coast Invitational
I t VC-4 M the Chief's be successful they Tournament at Little Creek, Va.
t VA-105 M may form their own basketball See article in this issue.U7i .
BOQ 0-2 team and challenge other units.
VA-72 0-2 Presently they have a game with
li 0 VA-172 .... 0-2 radio station WPDQ. They are
still smarting from softball
defeates inflicted upon them. )Jqn
National l : ( Juan
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784 SO. LANE AVENUE
All CPO interested in playingare ',$
VA-44 I 1-0 urged to contact Chief Blackburn
VA-174 'r 1-0 at Ext. 206. z as


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0 Approved for Holiday. SeasonWashington .

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Armed Forces will observe liberal ta: be home for Christmas. It is
leave policies and permit anticipated that these early separations -
early discharges of personnelfor ,will be accomplished
the Christmas season this generally about: one or two
weeks earlier than the normal:
qe. Ao t a ? "Aj year.The Early Release l Programfor separation! date.
the Christmas season will The holiday leave policies will
;: permit the early separation of b r those personnel whose normal indicated ab tve. This extended
>, release from active duty otherwise : period will!, as in the
would occur between Dec. past insure that most servicemsn .
F 20, 1969 (Dec 14 in the case of have an opportunity for
I the Air Force) and Jan. 4, 1970 leave over one of the two holidays. -
4 .
$ (Jan. 5 in the case of the

,k I ," Navy).
.., The leave policy will apply
r t, 'k overs.eas where the military
mssin! permits. DoD said. But
it does not: apply to personnel .
serving in Southeast Asia where DS r
'", operational: requirements pre- A ,
clude changing normal leave GS BSw.tttS .
policy during the holiday sea S SAY1OI

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timed to permit such personnel
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t' ..I.: ': Navy Information Briefs I I



Super Chiefs .
I tart studying now for the The requirements for Senior You will l also have to appear which will convene in the Bureauof made in accordance with
I annual Navy-wide examinationsfor Chief Petty Officer are these: before a board of officers for a Naval Personnel in June 1970. BUPERSNOTE 1531 of Oct. 31,
senior and master chief petty First the man must have personal interview. Besides You will be informed of the 1969.
officer which will be held Feb. 17, completed 11 years total enlisted observing your military bearingand results of-the Board in August Reserve units are also
1970. Provided that you meet all service and 3 years in the pay appearance, the board may 1970.. authorized to enlist qualified
"; of the eligiblity requirements grade of E-7 as of Nov, 16, 1970. question you on such topics as Reserves to Academy young men to compete for these
'. indicated, your commanding He must have successfully Navy organization, personnel appointments without regard to
Each the of the
, officer may authorize your completed the Navy programs for careerists, and how year Secretary quota limitation or restrictions
I" participation in the exam. Regulations, correspondencecourse motivated you are for positions of Navy may appoint 85 enlistedmen otherwise limiting enlistments.To .
from the Naval Marine
or,
(NAVPERS 10740 -series) greater responsibility. determine' eligiblity,
..- - - --. Corps Reserves (active or should be
candidates
.
and the practical.factors by Feb. In some ratings the content of prospective
inactive to the NAVAL
)
1 17, 1970. Finally, you must be the examination will be revised to given a preliminary medical
19.LL01 388.8535 ANON 1 recommended by your com- place greater emphasis on Academy.All Reserve Members who examination and the Short Basic
. 1 manding officer.Requirements. technical and professional Test Battery (GCT-ARI) com
for Master" Chief ability. Be sure to check the Noticeto meet the eligibility requirementsfor bination of 120 is required).

1 I G'Jl] ro: are the 'same with two exceptions see what ratings are includedin nomination to Annapolis are Reserve nominees are also
: 1 these being first that the revised examination as encouraged to apply. In recent eligible to attend the Naval
the number of Naval
1249-12S1 KING 8T 1 Master Chief candidates must well as all other details of the years, Academy Preparatory School

, 1 322O4 : have 13 years in the Navy and 2 program.If Academy nominees from the (NAPS) in Bainbridge,
'WA.T Reserve category has shown a
in asanE 8 and Maryland. Although attendanceat
1 years secondlyhis you make a sufficiently high significant decrease and, in eachof
the Prep School is not man-
USED : correspondence course examination score, your the two all Reserve
h 4 / CAMERAS AND past years the
number is naturally not the sameas BUPERS service jacket will be datory, it greatly increases
1 t 1 EQUIPMENT. WE PAY nominees who met the minimum
1 for Senior Chief. In this case chances of qualifying for ad-
placed before the Fiscal Year
for admission have
TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 qualifications
"t 1 1 the number is NAVPERS 10993- 1971 Senior and Master Chief mission to Annapolis. Applications -
( BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! series. been offered appointments to for NAPS should be
ewww.walwwwwwd PETTY Officer Selection Board
I Annapolis.Applications should be1fl1FTTT1WiLr
made in accordance with

\ -- --- -- -------------____ _n___ ________ BUPERSNOTE 1531 of Oct. 30,
I 1969. Selections from the
; ( Reserves for Prep School are

made on a first come-first served
basis until all vacancies in the

incoming class are filled.
: SEAVEY A-70
.. Are you eligible for SEAVEY A
-70? If you think that you may be,
A NEW HOME now is the time to go check with
the Personnel Office to find out
For more than 20 years the cost of new home what Sea Duty CommencementCut
construction has steadily risen and property witha Off Dates have been
permanent home built on it has gained value established.
I each year. Almost everything else you buy today Otherwised, in order to be
will begin to lose value from the moment it is eligible for shore assignment via

purchased. Regardless of where you live, you pay SEAVEY Segment A 70, you
for the home YOU occupy. If your hard-earned must meet the following
. 1 money is paying for a permanent home, built on requirements:
. property you own, it is an investment that can be and
Have rate sea- duty commencement
0 / / just likecash In the bank and grow more and more cut off date

each year. published in the Sea Duty

Commencement Date Listing for

A 70 as of November 1, 1969.
1 You must have been serving in
>. an onboard' 'for duty' status at

t present command on Nov. 1. .
(This requirement is extended to >

I, ... Dec. 20 if you reported from a
ship or activity decommissioned,
r inactivated or stricken).
Next, you must be obligated to
serve until May 1972. (July 1971
for ratings preceded by an

I S r r' KCCflMORTGAGE asterisk on the Sea Duty Com-
mencement Date listing for A -
}
)
70)Finally, if you are serving on
f toured sea duty, your tour must
/I,, S expire in one of the transfer

4 r :.. ........:..: jnSStt C \.n\ .:R S c. t months (June through September
1970)).
I 4I'- If you meet all of these

I 4-bedroom requirements, ensure your
.MI1L1 Rotation Data Card (NavPers
w ,,, -S COLUMBIA MONEY 767)) is completed in time for your
command to return it to the

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Hovtmfe r 20, (1969 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 17HMC


Fleet Reserve


j President To


Visit AreaThe


National President of the
Fleet Reserve Association
Walter C. (Step) Rowell,will visit
all area branches during the
period of Nov. 23 and 24. This is
I the first official visit of the
national president since he was
elected and took office in Sep
tember at the National Con-
vention in Norfolk, Va. .
Local branches of the FRA .
HMC Stewart have prepared the following 1,

Retks itinerary for. the national Sine Out Jacksonville
; president. On Sunday, Branch 91
will host a buffet luncheon and

Will Enter social tertainment evening, commencing with at en 6 Sing Out Jax Hits with SincerityPeople

Hinfeftry p.m. at the Branch 91 Clubhouseon in the habit of making Dave Brown, Sing Out Jax Murray and John Lord were
Collins Road. c grand generalizations about the romped through 60 minutes of particularly outstanding.The .
Jax A Navy career of 21 On Branch will
act
years Monday 126 most impressive elementof .
disappearance of patriotism in original music, written and
ended last Thursday for HMC host and local *A
as commanding the show was the sincerity with
American youth would be well arranged by members of Up With
Paul Stewart, fellow chiefs officers at NAS Jacksonville and
as which each number was
advised to attend a performanceof People, Inc. Selections ranged
him over the<< side in a Cecil Field. The of
piped presidents delivered. There could be no
Sing Out Jax, an energetic from 'Sing Out', a big, brassy,
farewell ,at the Branch 91 and 126 will be held at
ceremony doubt,that the entire cast meant
ensemble of local teen and post- hand-clapping number to a
hospital.His the FRA Hall, 7673 Blanding teen talent. hauntingly beautiful song, 'Dawnof every word when they sang,
unique retirement plans Blvd. The meeting will get un The group's presentation at the the Morning of Tim .' ;'
include an entirely new, fulltime derway at 8 p.m. and all local Hospital Theater last Wednesday Certain members of the cast 'Freedom Isn't free,
in another service branches have been invited to Freedom isn't free.
career night kindled all the excitementof displayed tremendous
oriented profession: the attend. a George M. Cohan review showmanship and exceptionaltalent You've get U pay your price,
ministry. National president Rowell while staying perfectly attuned to in special solo features. Of You've get to sacrifice.
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PENTAGON ACTION LINE
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The Department of Defense ::,
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receives many letters from military iW # 'M
7 8 9 10111 12 1 men and women seeking
14 15J16 1718[ 19 2.l answers to questions, clarification ;
..' 2122 3 24 5 26 2 of issues and additijnal information -
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28 21Ow 1 Pentagon ACTION
Line will print as many of these II I I
questions and answers, whichare II
of broad interest to the military I

as space. permits..
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If I agree to extend my 12-
b month tour of duty in Vietnam'and
am withdrawn before 1 can
+ take my special) 30-day leaH,
will I lose it?
\ Not if you. have actually completed y
your prescribed 12-
':'..,.:! month tour of duty and you :
.. are actually serving your ex. Ti
tension. You will be allowedto .
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take your :30-day leave af
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soh t: ter you have been withdrawn
1 : If you have not completedyour
prescribed tour of dutyat
the time you are withdrawn .
your extension agree
ment and the 30-day leave
will be cancelled. : re '
1. But what if I've already taken
... 4- my 30-day leave? Will I hate
to repay the Government if I'm
withdrawn before I sene my
/ agreed-upon extension?
No. Since you are being withdrawn
JINGLE BELLJAX'S We mean Jeannie Bell, our Santa girl, who at the convenience of

GREATEST says: "Shop early to be sure the Government, there will
:
I be no requirement for you to
FURNITUREVALUES'V your Christmas stocking is full." epay the Government for i
your special 30-day leave. Q,, d tHEY \

RED HOTS That's the call of the new Navy Exchange hot
WHOLESALE &*t Yan Classic dog vendor who wheeled out his cart this past week in the area of the
Main Exchange at MAS Jax. Business has been so brish that plans are
PRICE TO EVERYONE ORANGESTREE June 30 Pay Call
to
Brings More Dough underway provide shoppers at the Commissary with the same
services in the
RIPENED WASHINGTON President next few months.
OPEN _.,., Phone 2689669Visit Roosevelt has signed the bill
EVERY- our riverfront grove raising the pay of privates and Alien Address ReportsDue
and bring camera
PAY your apprentice seamen to $50 a
9-9 1 WE IP GROVES month and granting increasesfor
all grades of enlisted
men. In
SUNDAY Fancy Gift Baskets Pay and allowances for commissioned JanuaryWASHINGTON
T/L/ 6> DIRECTIONS Welp Grove boosted. The raise in
located four mile south of pay dates
I tullngton Creek on State from June 1; meaning that it (AFPS) alties for willful failure to sub.
Road 13 at Switzerland. Tum will show up at the June 30 pay With few exceptions all aliens mit the report.in .
SURPLUS GOODS right at Hartley'a Store.
KEEP RIGHT to end ollane. call the United States and its Cards with which the report
DISCOUNT STORE then turn RIGHT into grove.OJ35 -From YANK, The Army possessions must report their can be made are available at
Weekly-July 1, 1942 addresses to the Attorney Gen any United States Post Office
? P-och 8/v/ Aliens temporarily ,absent and Naturalization Serviceduring
. from the United States during the month of January.
January should not report their The cards should be filled out
1 addresses but must do so within and returned to the clerk from
I ten ((10)) days of return to the whom received.
Compliance with the alien
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November JAX AIR| NEwS/AFTERBURNER Page I 19
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I Fliers Nipped in Home OpenerJaxThe I



Jax Navy basketballteam pushed through 11 points but was his cagers against the experienced
got its first taste of combat handicapped under the boards Jacksonville city
Tuesday at the NAS gym as they with early foul trouble and finally league team. Richardson pointedout
took on rugged Callahan Realty picked up five personals early in however, that the club will
and came out on the short end of the second half to cut the Jax need help on the boards before
an 85-79 battle. attack. Larry Fresiner was the taking on Sixth Naval District
The Fliers played catch-up ball fourth Flier to hit double figuresas opponents.
most of the evening and led only he accounted for 10 points.
briefly in the first half and by The Fliers showed good hustle
one-point early in the second half throughout the contest and Coach Bowling TourneyNAS ,
after going into the intermission Odis Richardson was fairly
trailing by four, 3935. pleased with the performance of Jacksonville Special
Usual first game mistakes took Services is sponsoring two Best i
$
their toll for both sides and both New EntriesJax Ball Bowling tournament for all

clubs toed the free throw line The NAS Intramural military personnel and their 9K'
repeatedly.The Sports Program will have two dependents. The men's tour-
Fliers were led on offenseby new entries in competition for the nament will be held on Satuday,
guard Mike Luchi who pouredin Ironman Trophy starting with the December 13, at 7:30: p.m., the
20 points and Cliff Loeb who basketball season as MAD and mixed tournament on Saturday, r.
tallied 19. Jax center Dr. T.C. NATTC (excluding students) will December 20 at 7:30: p.m. at the
Ruess of the Naval Hospital join the program. NAS Jax Bowling Center.
Registration for the tournamentswill
Merit Job befrom noon to 6 p.m. on
Opening December 5 through 11 at NAS
I 'Jax Bowling Center. For ad- ,

Applications SoughtJax ditional information, contact TIP FOR TWO-Jax Flier Dr. T.C. Ruess (24 white jersey) taps in a
Special Services, Mrs. DeWolfe, rebound against Callahan Realty (wearing blue Jax Navy i rseys) in

Merit promotion opportunities MPB No. 79-69 Electronics 3112. the Fliers first encounter of the season Tuesday night.

currently open for Mechanic, 80-69 A-C Electronics
receipt of applications are listed Worker, 81-69 Accounts Main-
below. tenance Clerk GS-4, 82-69 Planner "' ., 'till1 /!!
Applications will be accepted & Estimator (Public Works ..
from career or career- Structures), 83- A-C Instrument
conditional employees of the air Mechanic, 84-69 A-C Instrument .... III
station, Naval Air Rework Worker, 85-69 A-C Electrician, '..
Facility, Naval Air Reserve. and 86-69 Clerk (Stenographer)
Training Unit, Fleet Air GS-3 and GS-4.
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Jacksonville, Fleet Aviation Also,Clerk (Typist),GS-2,3 and *;,. I __ -J
Electronics Training Unit 4,88-69; Electronics Mechanic (A-
Atlantic DeL Jax, Fleet In- C Systems ). 89-69 Electronics AcIrk' '
telligence Center Europe, Mechanic (Maintenance), 90-59 riff';
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Commissary Stores, Naval Machinist, 91-69 A-C Electrical
Hospital, Navy Recruiting Worker, 92-69 Planner & .:i-; and Delightful

Station, Regional Storage Estimator (Public Works .. .a at Fun-Oriented
Management Office, Disease Electrical Systems), 93-69 In-
Vector Control Center, Fleet dustrial Tractor Operator, 94-69 Apartments
Weather Facility, Defense Apprentice (First year), 96-69
Surplus Sales Office and Navy Statistical Assistant GS-5, 97-69 .... t A 4 # y 2'; Mites South
Finance Office. Accounting Technician GS-4 and eMx. on US 17
101-69 A-C Metalsmith.Also TWO THE HARD WAV-Flier forward Jerry Wad loves up and ORANGE PARK
.rltlMUww 102-69 Automotive under to score two points in the Fliers loss to Callahan Realty of the I PHs 264- t2U

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You Pick 'Urn x. NARF Lab-man !; '.."" ; '$""'''." '!'il.

WJh W: .:$: : :@.: *"lli '::::: { %: :;::
Takes Ninth }
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Week Grid Poll
DUTY STATION, PHONE NO
Another civilian dominated the
(Team listed first is visitor). 'You Pick 'Um' contest for the First WeekBask.tball
second consecutive week and
tossed his hat into the ring for a Schedule
DALLAS LOS ANGELES (NFL) pair of Gator Bowl Ducats and
will receive a complimentary
OAKLAND KANSAS CITY...._ (AFL) evening at the Jacksonville Monday Nov 24.
Quarterback Club, December 1.
CALIFORNIASTANFORD-, Jim Setelik, a packaging 4:30: p.m. NARTU vs Admin
technologist at the Naval Air A-C Maint. VP-45
6:00 vs
KANSAS ST. _, COLORADO,___ Rework Facility's materials : p.m.
7:30 NATTC vs VP-5
laboratory had a 9-1 mark missing p.m.
N.C. STATE FLORIDA ST.__ only the Kansas St.Nebraskagame. Tuesday Nov. 25
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.Setelik took Ole Miss over .
HARVARD YALE Tennessee and saw Ohio State "
t: beating Purdue, 35-14, while the 4:30: p.m. 679th vs Air Ops ,
WISCONSiN. MINNESOTA ,_ Buckeyes actually won 42-14. 6:00: p.m. Hospital vs Mar. Bar.
Setelik served with the Navy in 7:30 p.m. MAD vs Medical
NEBRASKA, OKLAHOMA World War II, ,and is a sports
enthusiast primarily interestedin Nov. 26
UCLA* SOUTHERN CAL!_ horse racing. He's been Wednesday
associated with his present job
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WYOMING HOUSTON for nearly four years, after 4:30: p.m. VW-4 vs FltWea Fac
coming here from the Edgewood, 6:00: p.m. A- C Maint. vs. Comm
*Tie Breaker: Predict final score between UCLA and Southern his
Md. Arsenal near Baltimore, 7:30: p.m. NATTC vs Admin
native home town.
California. Indicate winners in other check
games by a Other top finishers included:

mark. Ballot boxes are located in Galley One and the Main John LaDavis of NARF who
missed only the Mississippi-
Exchange at NAS Jax 3nd Cecil Field and the lobby of the Tennessee game but was off on
the tie-breaker; and D.L. Christieof Why Do You See
Naval Hospital. Ballots must be in by noon Friday. Cecil Field Special Services.



I Football Fliers Dropped In So Many Of TheseiGREENiGOVEiSRRINGS



Battle to Defend 6ND CrownJaxThe D

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Jax Navy Fliers games in which they played in the Sokol and Steve Freeby for the
... football team returned from double elimination tournament. six-pointers and found Bob
Memphis last weekend after After being drubbed in the Tuscan open for a two-point
competing in the Sixth Naval opening game by Cecil Field, 28- conversion to cap the Jax scoringfor
I District Touch Football Cham 0, the Fliers bounced back by the district championships.In .
pionship which was won by Cecil shutting out NAS Atlanta, 14-0. the third day of play In Jacksonville?
Field. Quarterback Bobby Cochran of Jacksonville was run-over by
The Fliers ran into tough luckas Jax was right on target as he NCTC Pensacola 20-0 to knock
they dropped two of three fired scoring strikes to Mike them out of the running for the Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are sold
titleBobs in Green Cove Springs, and why there should be so many
modern,completely staffed new car franchises in a communityof
NAVY&OOlY@ this size? For instance, in'what other town of less than 3,000
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Oak Hill Oldsmobiles, and all other major American auto manufac-

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