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Creation Date: November 26, 1969
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Fleet Air Holds Command Change FridayJax j



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RAdm. Lawrence HAdm. Heyworth comes to his submarine relief crew in Pearl and Gold Star in lieu of a second in 1947 he was designated a Naval I
Heyworth, one of the Navy's few new position in Jacksonville after Harbor in late 1942. award. aviator thus becoming one of the
officers qualified as both a naval serving as Commandant of Following his first submarine Also during that tour he extremely few Navy officers .
aviator and submariner, Midshipmen at the U. duly the admiral was assigned to became qualified for command of qualified both as a submariner '
assumes command of Fleet Air S. Naval Academy since August the submarine Finback where he submarines and received a Navy and aviator. He wears the gold
Jacksonville here Friday. served in a number of positionsand Letter of Commendation with wings of a naval aviator and the
The same ceremony will mark 1967.Born in Chicago, HAdm. participated in nine war Combat 'V', dolphins of the submarine ser- .
the end of a distinguished career Heyworth graduated with the patrols in the Pacific. Following World War Two vice.
when RAdm. Robert J. Stroh's class of '42 from the Naval During this time the. Finbackwas RAdm. Heyworth, then servingon For the next four years RAdm. :'
two-star flag is hauled down and Academy and then set out for credited with sinking 100,000 the staff of Commander Heyworth served carrier duty
the admiral completes over four Submarine School at New Lon tons of enemy shipping and Submarines, U.S. Pacific Fleet, and underwent training for duty \
decades of service to the Navy don, Conn. lie served his first RAdm. Heyworth was awardedthe requested and was ordered to as a test pilot.
and his country. assignment as a member of a Bronze Star with Combat 'V' flight training at Pensacola. Late Later, after duty aboard
carriers, he returned to the dutiesof

. ) '\, ". ., ..._ ...-.r -. -II -: a first Navy Navy test pilot pilot to and fly becamethe the Air

Force F-104 at twice the speed of
'JAX. A'I NEVWS sound.
i Following Naval War College

.. / and more duty aboard carriers
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I L : 'Y y : :: < ::>" Naval Operations for Air, RAdm.
";: ",- : ,:- 4' < >:' Heyworth received his first ship
Published by the Holt Publish!nt: Company private firm Opinions expressed by the publisher und writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official I I I expression of any command as commanding officer
military fliiwrtnieiil.! The uppeurum of advertisements this publication does not constitute an endorsement nf any military department of the products services advertised. of the fleet oiler USS Pawcatuck.

VOL. 27 NO. 36 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA NOVEMBER 26, 1969 In May, 1964 he reported as the

prospective commanding' officer
of the Navy's newest attack
Thanksgiving Menu aircraft carrier USS America.
RAdm. Koch Named After putting the America in

commission he served as her first
commanding officer until July ,

,. Newest Gray EagleJax 1966.After his tour was completed
'
I aboard the America it was backto
MeaShrimp .
and with the
Washington duty
7" e :, ',,- The the vivors.
Gray Eagle,
Vice Chief of Naval Operations.
,' r't the Naval The of the is
Cocktail identification of design trophy a
lie served in that capacity until .
./ active, with the silver into the '
landing
Aviator on duty eagle
', '.. Turkey Noodle Soup being ordered to the Academy as
earliest date of designation, will arresting gear of a con
commandant of Midshipmen.
Saltines .. n, be passed on when RAdm. RobertJ. ventionalized wood shape
Stroh steps down as com- depicting the old Langley, the 1-' .
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville in Navy's first aircraft carrier.
Friday's ceremonies.At The trophy carries the inscription -
Roast Tom Turkey
Baked Ham Virginia StyleMashed that time, RAdm. George P. 'The Venerable Orderof
Brown Turkey Gravy Raisin SauceCandied Koch, commandant Naval the Gray Eagle,' subtitled 'The Ii :

Potatoes District Washington, D.C., will Most Ancient Naval Aviator on : ?: <<
Sweet Potatoes take the coveted trophy and Active Duty' with space below 9J; % ; ',:.,., t
Corn Bread Dressing honor to become the 20th Gray with the names of the previous -

uttered Whole Kernel Corn Green Peas W/Onions i Eagle. holders of the honor,
The Gray Eagle trophy idea Adm. Koch, Naval Aviator
SaladChilled Cranberry Sauce was conceived in 1959 and after a number 4058, will take possessionof
Green Garden thorough check of records dating ,the trophy and keep it until his
Salad
Waldorf
4' back to the birth of naval retirement from active duty.A .

Assorted Salad., Dressings ,,, 1933 graduate of the Naval
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,Coleslaw Butter '.i iiif lfl. Academy, the admiral earned his
Relish TrayAssorted ;.f'
Hot Rolls Breads 1.1 .j..t/ ."'.} "J! .j7'jJif >>.'\ Fields, Texas in 1934 as an j
'd 'I' .j' aviation cadet with the He
'''''7i. .1 tr1/ Army.
1: $
Pumpkin Pie t.{.,;''if"! '%)., ,i"'"J-,;jj., then reentered the Navy and was
Mincemeat Pie f. .h 4
wt.
Fruit Cake designated a naval aviator in
January, 1935. RAdm. HeyworthAdm.

ssorted Nuts Hot Coffee During WWII he commanded
is married to .
.
Hard Candy Headquarters Squadron Five at Heyworth
Chilled Milk Dinner Mints Norfolk, Va., and in July 1944 the former Jean Holloway,
Chilled Fruit Punch assumed command of the USS daughter of Adm. James L.
aviation, each senior naval pilot Humboldt. He commanded that Holloway, Jr. USN (Ret.), a
was recognized.At seaplane tender throughout the former superintendentof the Naval
ceremony honoring naval remainder of the war. Academy. They have three
aviation in 1961 Admiral C.R. Following the war he served in children.
Brown became the first recipienton or commanded, 11 different RAdm. Stroh, upon being
: active duty to hold the honor. commands before his selection to relieved Friday, will close out a :.
At the same ceremony, flag rank in 1960. Navy career that has covered
miniatures of the trophy were Adm. Koch assumed his thousands of miles and spanned

..L presented to the nine previous present duties in the Nation's 43 years.

,. Gray Eagles or to their sur- capital on June 30, 1969.



Thanksgiving Day


MessageAmerican

# Thanksgiving dinner In the holidays are jovial times for families to get together to

general mess will be served from 2:30: renew ties of kinship.Traditionally .
on Thanksgiving Day families across our land gather
to 5:30 Breakfast will run from
p.m. : p.m. around food-laden tables of turkey, dressing, salads and pies. Grandparents
6:30 a.m. to 8:30: a.m. with Brunch being
: and talk while
parents over days gone by youngsters scamper
held from 9:30: a.m. to 11:30: a.m. around in typical holiday glee. i
But this year in many thousands of homes across the land there will
be empty chairs that were once used by young men at the holiday
Enlisted personnel authorized to purchase meal.The absent young men are in uniform and serving their countryfar
meals will be charged 60 cents for the from home in Vietnam or in Europe or at sea -a thousand miles or

Tnanksgiving dinner. Dependents guests and more trom that,empty chair. .
officers will be charged 85 cents for the meal and For those of us who are fortunate enough to be with our loved ones "
this Thanksgiving, let us pause to pray for our fellow countrymen in
children under 12 must pay 45 cents. StrohA
uniform who are far from home this day. Their loyal service away RAdm.
No reservations are necessary for the dinner. from home on holidays this year and in years past has kept us all freeto native of New York City,

thank God for this country's bountiful blessings on this traditionalday RAdm.Stroh graduated from the
of giving thanks.To Naval Academy with the Class of
the many young men and women serving here at Jacksonville 1930. Designated as a naval
0Tawas Naval Air Station on this Thanksgiving Day away from home and aviator in 1932, he subsequentlyhad
0 family, I offer my most heartfelt thanks for your many efforts in duty with aviation units
accomplishing your individual duties. attached to the cruiser Pen #
And as we in the Jacksonville Navy family prepare for this holiday, sacola, the'carriers Ranger and '
let us individually give our prayer of thanks to Almighty God for his Enterprise and at Pearl Harbor.
bountiful blessings on our land of plenty. lie was serving at the Naval Air .
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Capt. H. 0. Cutler (Continued on Page 2))
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Adm. Stroh Bids FarewellAt r 7Eo CATHOLICNaval



1100 on 28 November 1969 I will be relieved as Commander Fleet Air Station
Air Jacksonville by RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr. Three days lateron
1 December I will retire from active Naval service after more than SUNDAY MASS 9& I II I a.m

43 years. Looking back I find I feel the same now as I did on a day in DAILY MASS ll::W) a.m.
June 1926 when I reported to the Naval Academy that there is no s 1I Confessions will be held
more rewarding or honorable a profession than that of serving our Saturdays at 10i:: <) a.m. and
country in this great Navy. A new awareness of the need for a strong from 5 to f.J p.m.Naval .
and flexible Navy has emerged in these times which dictate unceasing HospitalSUNDAY
vigilance. Today's Navy offers unparalleled opportunity and '
leadership and in personal and professional staisfaction. MASS 8 a.m.
During the past two years you have given me staunch and steadfast I
support in a time which has seen increasing austerity and belt f I Ir NATTC

tightening while operational commitments around the globe SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
have grown greater Our Naval Air Stations and Naval Stations are Bldg.. 5X( )
presently providing more vital support to the Fleet with fewer .9
personnel and resources than at any time in our history. Our aircraft PROTESTANTNaval
squadrons have maintained peak operational readiness while J. Uojjala. of
Richard
deployed more than 75 per cent of the time. Many of them have served "TAN Cl.lllt' Kx-PueMo: / crewman fan ilub with:SK3: admiring nephews Walter Hospital
Nile's Illinois has a family
combat tours in Southeast Asia.The have been and
challenges Roth
many brother John KoRala. 6 (right.)
KiiKala.: :i (!left) and his SUNDAY
you have met each of them in an outstanding manner. boys are admiring "Undo KirhV Purple Hearl. Medal awarded WORSHIP
I extend a respectful salute for your dedicated service, and I am for physical abuse he ,suffered" while! imprisoned, by the North SERVICES 10 a.m.
confident you will give Admiral Heyworth the same unswerving Koreans after their rapture of the Pueblo./ (U.S.: Navy 1'hoto) Naval Air
support you have given me. I Station
I RETIREMENT From Page I I Sunday
RAdm Robert J. Stroh, ,
: to the Church School 9 a.m.
Station, Pensacola when the proved of vital importance
United States Navy Junior Church 10 am
United States entered World War Allied cause.
Two. Shortly thereafter he was In a career that has witnessed Divine Worship Service
I From the CNO I rodered to London, to serve as a Naval aviation go from double '10 a.m. Bldg. 750
I Special United States observer to winged airplanes to a Navy crew Episcopal Communion 8:30:
"We Can Be Thankful..." the United Kingdom. landing on the. moon; and 32 a.m.
assignments throughout the
Our annual observance of Thanksgiving is a time In 1944 Adm. Storh, then a world, Adm. Stroh will drop Junior Youth Bldg.Fellowship.750
when all Americans may reflect on and be thankful for commander, was awarded the anchor in the Jacksonville area. 5p.m.
the many blessings which enrich our great country.We Distinguished Flying Cross for Among the guests that will be Bldg.722

can be thankful that.the United States Is graced by action against enemy Japanese here for the change of commandand Tuesday
forces during the assult of retirement ceremonies will
natural which have made American
resources KwaJalein Atoll, Marshall be VAdm. Thomas F. Connolly, Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
prosperity a continuing reality rather than an elusive Islands. During this mission he deputy chief of Naval OperationsAir p.m. Bldg. 750

dream. obtained close-range oblique ( ), and VAdm. Tobert L.
We can be thankful that added to our God-given ad- photographs of the heavily Townsend, Commandant Naval Thursday

vantage..is the character of the American people, who protected enemy beahes which Air Atlantic. Christian Science Service 8

for generations have had the stamina, resourcefulnessand p.m.

moral strength to endow our great Nation as a Drive to Stay AliveJax NATTCDivine

beacon of hope and promise for manking throughout the

world.
During October, there were 45 fender-bender type accidents Worship 12 p,m.
We can be thankful that the vast majority of American aboard the station.These accidents resulted in damage to government Bldg.500

people are proud of our Nation's achievements rather property estimated at $1,147 and damage to private property

than frustrated by its problems.We estimated at $10,365, not to mention. the inconvenience caused by the Evening Worship .6 .p.m.
Bldg. 500
can be.thankful that the vast majority of American accidents.The .
car below lost a considerable amount of its beauty when the
people work to solve the complexities, of our modern MAKE CHRISTMAS HOPPING
driver of another vehicle
swerved across the center line into the laneS ...
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society rather than to sell short our Nation's ability to ; :; A CI CH31,

endure.

We can be thankful that the vast majority of American

people look to our Nation's future with optimism rather

than to obscure It by pessimism..

And we can be tnankful that all Americans continue to

enjoy life's greatest heritage..freedom. GIVE U.S.SAYINC ONUS!

To Each of you, the Navymen of our Nation, I am

thankful for the part you fulfill in sustaining this

freedom and the security: of our country. :S- Traffic

Adm. T. H. Moorer, USN '

Chief of Naval OperationsNow I.a I.r I.u I. ViolationsThe


when you join the Payroll Savings Plan or the
13ond-a-Month Plan, you are eligible to purchase the following is a report ol
new type U. S. Savings Notes Freedom Shares! motor vehicle accidents and
JIll'" that pay 4.74% when held to maturity of just traffic violations for the period
4 V2 years, and are redeemable after one year, iiN
Nov ov. 17.
.
Freedom Shares are available on a one for-
one basis with Series E Bonds.Get all the Number of Accidents
facts where you work or bank. Join up. This week 6.
,ww :.- America needs your help. + Total accidents this year
4
U. S. Savings Bonds, new Freedom Shares through Nov. 17 481.
i Number of accidents through
A
I 'Y J Nov. 69 349.Total .
number of days since last

traffic approaching from the opposite injury in a motor vehicle accident
J A A. I It l\T E:'Vtl'S factor in the cause ,of the accident was that direction., the driver A contributing had 173.. \
been
dt iing Number of Violations
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Remember,as you celebrate '" This week
Thanksgiving, if you drink don't drive y ; 4'
if YQU drive don't drink ., Speeding( '
,
'is ii'iliflii I' ; ; distributed 0
Ihf |'AX Imfl.ns o < iilrrpnsr Nru'spuprr Drive defenseively. : Reckless' Driving
each llmrsddv, at the II. S. Nll1'alir Mnlfrm/ ,Jmlcsouriilr ry' 'Going through slop sign 4
; I loiiila' l h v the (loll Piihllsliitid; ( ompaiiv, n pr l''t"' Other violations 31
firm. AM ( '<'pv' MthmiUrd for use! in Ilir 1,1s| MN M US must Rescue Unit Saves Twenty drivers appeared
he fotu'iirilnl' to Ihr Pulilu, / Affnirs( nlfh| ; MOT .!. M,\S |lurks before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
soiirillf, '"\' IJIUI: noon t'n Mi mlfl\' hejorc puMu I( .ulloii.,i / Vrirs Nov. 20. Disposition of the
items/ arc url h lunftJ' from| i nil source. I clephniu/ 772 "MIS/ Local cases included the following: 7
FishermenTwo
or Ill'l.' / lost driving and parking
privileges aboard station for

\ilivrli'' ,'''rnl,} arc, suluflcil/ i hthe'' piiMislirr/ and, queries commercial fishermen rain to lift the various periods; 7 were assignedto
fe'"C'ruille'' MU II should, l hr diverted' lor were rescued by the NAS Jax Sea 'Granada' men ocr the trawler complete an eighl-hour coursein
after
and Air Rescue Unit early it began to break remedial driving; 7 received
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY up in the heavy
surf ,
yesterday morning after their 5().. suspensions; 7 were given
4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 foot trawler dismissed.. 15
ran aground on the warnings 7 were
The
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Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 jetties one mile' north of Mayport. unidentified pilot airlifted the were fined (U.S. Commissioner);

Lt. Steve Salisbury of Orange Coast Guard fishermen to the and I referred to commanding
VOL. 27 NO. 36 NOVEMBER 26, 1969 Park piloted his 11.34 helicopter Naval Station Facility at Mayport officer for possible disciplinary

through hampering winds and was fishing The 'Granada' action 2 drivers. were lsscssl'd 5
out of n.
Ge
r e. traffic points.





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i. FREEFOR'ALL1SERVICE'PERSONNEL; FAM t ; ;: a
AND Enginemen Are NeededNavnews a aU5SxR005' I
o ; \,.. .- --. ...iS.t" d (
'. t. ....'.. ;: ...A Navy runs on its ,,pipefitting and soldering. .
,
', USD' PAL : but before the % 1 1Welcome
-\1\' DAY ,! >,1"' engines engine In school he studies the theory, .
'
: ;"o .:;. comes the man. Enginemen are construction and operation of .
,
J(1): '''''''' "
H II 1\\4\ ,',.. .'".? M"> the gears of our Navy. They numerous diesel and gasoline .
: .'fJ'. ,< .. .-.. ..-.''4:.''..."' '' l ";\i't, supply the power and run the engines. He becomes familiar \
h 0,"'t",."."'.". .' ".. i.... flP\l. ; it J:. plants that move the ships that with various motors, governors
f 'r#j11f oj('... accomplish the missions. generators, valves, gears,
f I' ..' Enginemen start, stop, secure, blowers and fuel injectors.
t J ':' 0 iIi", ..:.. run replace and repair engines. To work in his ship's 'A' or
. .' It's a big, skinned knuckles, Auxiliary Divison he must be an
: hands sort of job. with boilers
: greasy expert distilling
:> ,, : \-> > Enginemen operate everythingfrom plants, air compressors, pumps,

", ; .. ,.. ii' .. .,.), distillers and refrigeratorsto refrigeration and air con-
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; ,' hydraulic couplings and bilge ditioning.But .
" '. pumps. They have to 'know how'of whether he works in 'A'
I ( ", a worker and the 'know why' Division or'M'Division, he is firsta
} of an administrator. 'snipe a part of the ship's

, \ An Engineman's symbol is the Engineering Department.
gear he wears beneath the AMBERall the
' American eagle on his rating engineering division must know
1/
: ":: badge and he's a big cog in that their department's organization, VA215Carrier
wheel. damage control control
The Navy has so many enginesit responsibilities,logs and records,
now needs 13,318 Enginemen- it casulty control and safety Air Wing Six welcomesthe
only has 12,734. ,precautions. VA-215 BARNOWLS aboardthe
His work is so complex he The Engineman make the USS ROOSEVELT.
attends schools for 11 different Navy go and they keep it going. CDR. T. S. ROGERS, Com-
,primary classification codes He And afterward they go into a mander Carrier Air Wing SIX
also holds numerous secondary second civilian career. (left) welcomed CDR. D. L.
I codes, They may go to California McCONNELL, CommandingOfficer
The basic school course for where they spend more money on
'
:! -: ii of VA- 215 (right) aboard
:, Enginemen offers mathematics, boats than automobiles or they the USS ROOSEVELT and
:; ST. AUGUSTINE blueprint reading, basic elec- may go to Texas as an air con- presented him with the tailhook
S. tricity, temperature and ditioning expert, but they go with point from BARNOWL 401, the
_Saturday, December 6 pressure instruments. He also the proud distinction, of having A7B aircraft in which CDR.
works at threadcutting, been Navy Enginemen. McCONNELL made his 500th
,
carrier landing. VA-215 recently
Hell razors Are SharpAMSE3 returned from a combat cruise
r aboard the USS ENTERPRISE
er (CVAN-65)) and has been
AMS3 David P. Hunter was Charles N Watts was assigned to Carrier Air Wing SIX
t presented the Air Medal during named Monday as VA-174's aboard USS ROOSEVELT for
1 1'I ceremonies at NAS Cecil Field 'Hellrazor' of the Month for the deployment with the Sixth Fleetin
" last Monday. The medal was month of October 1969. the Mediterranean.
awarded to Petty Officer Hunter Commander J. E. Russ,
while serving with light Attack skipper of the Hellrazors, : l,
Helicopter Squadron Three in presented Petty Officer Watts .4- & tSlOIlS

Vietnam. with a Letter of Commendation, a i', cWlf DU"
Other awards presented by Hellrazor and "
Plaque, a '$25 -Z'
Commander J. E. Russ C. 0. V A- check.

1rS 174, .included letters of Com- Watts, a native of Louisville, N. 1r PAIRS?
mendation for Achievement in C., received the award for his :
Aviation Safety which were superior performance of duties rHfClC wnw lbwsPI&SowAlAmllsoMct
presented to LTJG Andrew C. and his impressive military' &
..
Sewall and Lt.j j.g.Peter L. Leum.
appearance.
The awards were presented to
each man for achieving over 650

b : s't accident free hours. The awards W.'oW""............,"'.'.''."':.".W.W.w.........................,........'......'.w..m.'w''M''mM'.'.............................................w....................,.
SS: were from the Chief of Naval Air ( t' I

cr ', ar 11'' s vrfk Basic Training at Pensacola, Fla. :!.;:'. RSt WORD IN II!

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By Chief Harry Sirrine I

iiyr" : After receipt! ol the forms at rule, these charges do not exceed
"ttsgi4j1: __ OCHAMPUS, they will inform the amount required to he paid
your dentist as to whether the monthly by the patient or sponsor
case qualified for financial under the program so as a : j
assistance under CHAM PUS. If practical matter CHAMPUS
your case does qualify they will generally shares only In the cost
also provide him with the applicable for the initial month's treatment.!
claim. forms and instructions -
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PAY GItAIE AMOUNT
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Program for the Handicapped.I 1 Kl 1 through 1 E5 $25
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special Program for the Han- under the Program for the 50
dicapped which was established Handicapped may not exceed 04 65
by the law governing the $$50.X:$ ) (() in any one month. This 05 .: Household Moving, Tips
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program. deductible requiredfirst (Yl ::'*: : .. ; ;.. ... '
Under this special program, statutory 150
the government share in the of the beneficiary or spon- 08
may (09) 200 Prepared?
cost of orthodontic treatment sor. The applicable deductibles 010 250() Are You
which is needed to correct, are shown further on. .,
overcome, or aid in adjustment to Generally, orthodontic
a handicapping condition. treatment entails a rather IMPORTANT NOTICE: No A wrong move can hit you to supervise the movers. The I
However, the condition must be sizeable change for the initial payments or reimbursementscan where it hurts in your driver is normally in charge of
classified as a serious physical services which may include'Xray be made under CHAMPUS pockctbook.The movers arrive to the crew. If you point out to him
charting, banding, etc. for orthodontic treatment ob- household those items are most
handicap. For the purpose of pick up your goods. you concerned -
determining the severity of such CHAMPUS, therefore, can in tained prior to January 1, 1967, Are you prepared? Did you: .about, he will normallytake
dental conditions, OCHAMPUS.o most cases pay a reasonable the date such benefits became -. Mark your furniture, special precautions to
( orm 161 has been developed for charge over and above the effective. which items are to moved or not prevent damage.
the use of the orthodontist. Forms patient's share for the initial moved? If an item can be
may be obtained from: workup. Transfer Manual Lock up your valuables?, dismantled the movers will takeit
Give all of for the You should
Executive Director OCHAM- away your apart move.
the initial treat-
PUS, DA, ATTN: MEDDC-D Subsequent to plants or make other insist on a safe place for the
Denver, Colo. 80240. ment (first month), it is common Now Has Rules arrangements for shipment? hardware Many movers provide
practice to charge monthly sum Defrost, completelyclean special bags which are tied to the
over a period of time for con- and dry your freezer and largest piece.
tinuing treatments. As a general On TogethernessServing refrigerator? Your most important jobon
Pick up all items from moving day is to go around
the cleaners? with the tyian (normally the
Now Open! CLI1'PER.CROSUY.SEACRANTGATOR.ROCKET together or serving Drain the fuel and oil driver'who writes your inventory.The .
separately is a personal from power mowers and other inventory is the most important -
preference. What's yours? machinery? document on the entire
MERCURY Procedures for requesting duty Dispose of all flammables move. Your final act before
J OUTBOARDS assignment with members of cleaning liquids and signing the inventory and
'J i MERCRUISER the same immediate family, or lighter' fluid? "releasing the movers is a
'Yillage I STERN: DRIVES for terminating the request, have Take. down all appliances thorough check of the house.
EXPERT' been removed from the revised and fixtures per-
d--att4fe REPAIR edition of the BUPEIIS Manual. manently attached. to the walls?
SHOP If you are interested in such an The movers are not authorized to 1MIKVKNTIVK: DENTISTRY
assignment or reassignment you do this. .lax Scheduling of appointments -
.. must now refer to the Enlisted Take down the TV antenna for eligible children
264 9835 Transfer Manual, Section 10.4.(; ?! whose sponsors birth month is
ORANGE PARK See your Personnel Officer for Disconnect (he washer November will begin Monday.
INLET MARINE eligibility requirements and and dryer from permanent gas Children of active duty and
1138 Hwy. 17 detailed instructions on sub- and water connections?? retired military personnel who
Phone 264 4522 Sales I ServiceHwy. mission of such requests. If you are lucky, the are bonafide dependents betweenthe

17 < movers will arrive early. Be ages of six and 23 will be
.:::::::::: Orange Park SPACIOUS PEACEFUL prepared for an all-day session eligible for treatment. Appointments -
_MARSHALL_ ACRES 1 that might last into the late may be made by the
u It is
9359 103rd St'iNt"-- evening. your responsibility sponsor() or spouse at the Dental
Jacksonville's newest & Department Appointment Desk
most modern mobile home during normal working hours. At
community Is now' open for AIR BASEPAWNSHOP that time they will be given a
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75' lot*.
materials and in-
YOUNG SERVICEMENReliable ONLY $35 PER MO. structions. No telephone ap-
Swimming pool, tennis court, pointments will be made. Each
shuffleboard court, B B Q NEW OWNERS child will receive an oral hygiene

auto insurance for E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4 pit joyment., picnic. .Act built Today for'your Call:en- WELCOME YOU! substance examination, an application of a
to inhibit tooth ,
decay
and NCO's is available from Crite-
single now EL VERANO MOTOR COURTMr.
and oral
MONEY TO LOAN hygiene demonstration
rion Insurance Company Criterion is a GEICO F. S. Martin. M..E.ralb2124
WE ALSO PURCHASE and lecture, and dental
affiliate and specializes in car insurance for educational material. No x-rays
young military personnel. You will enjoy important For Full Details ,4,7 UXSl( PV""" i 'l r /HI VD.) will be taken.

benefits like these: convenient pay-

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training discounts and complete coverage. rJgn (1

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tary Insurance Regulations in every state except FREEMAN'S
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Three Enlisteds End LCdr. Young .Signs

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The Navy is losing more than 80 QMCM James H. Davenportwill t
I Jax -A naval officer who is so interested in everyone's pay that he
yearsof experience in the form of end his career in the Navy
'. 4'L has been known to climb up into the operation's tower at Cecil Field to
three, a master chief quar- Dec. 1. A native of Marion, 111. he ; R,4a
who missed his
I deliver a check to a young sailor pay day, will end a 30-()
termaster, a master chief per- entered the naval service in 1940. :: I "
Monday.
sonnelman and a WAVE Yeoman The thirty-year veteran has year career

First Class. attended Mine Warfare School a<< He's LCdr. G.H. Young, Navy Changes RatingIn

and Navy Recruiter's School. Finance Officer here, in chargeof 1948 LCdr. Young
changedhis
M. Much of his spare time while in Navymen at Jax,
15,000
paying rating from SKC to DKC, and
the
I) I USAFI Navy was spent working on Cecil Field and Mayport. in 1957 while serving as chief
courses. Dedicated to seeing that every instructor at FK 4A' school in San
Davenport's immediate plans gets his full pay each pay
man he
Diego, was promoted to
call for rest and relaxation in the has been
LCdr. Young
day, warrant officer. Subsequently he
form of
hunting and fishing, with credited with greatly improving
I was promoted to chief
his wife. Maria,. and their two the service of the Navy Finance warrant
children.. officer and selected for theNavy's
Office here since reporting for
Limited
Duty Officer
PNCM Frank J. Wilson served
Area men
three ago.
duty years
aboard the air station Program
as LCdr. Young who have received their pay from
assistant military personnel LCdr. Young on Saturdays, While recalling some of the
...ends career
officer. He began his military holidays and long after normal highlights of his three decades of

service in 1940. work hours will attest to his in- service, the retiring officer said
+ More recently the master chief terest in their pay problems. that his 15-month tour in Vietnam
has been a participant in the'station's Hundereds of Army and Air prior to coming to Jacksonvillewas

: Project Transition 'Force men have also received the most challenging. Whilein
.
program. Following his personal pay services from the Vietnam he was the Navy
retirement he will
continue his
commander during his tenure at Disbursing Officer for all of the
training for a general manager'sposition
NAS Jax. country as well as command
at a downtown firm. -
Chief Wilson lives with his wife, 'Friendly Finance'Calling accounting officer in charge of

dz ,( Phyllis, and their five children in overseeing the money for all U.S.
friendly
Jacksonville. himself 'your armed forces in the counrty.
finance officer,' LCdr. Young
YNI I Kastons (Continued on Page 13)) backs up his self-imposed title Largest Check

with service. On military pay
days he travels to Cecil Field and
The small staff of officers
ensures that men in the (LCdr. Young and a junior grade

squadrons and other units lieutenant) was charged with
$1bpo&t] receive their correct pay. If he handling millions of dollars in
'learns of any pay errors he
cash. He said it was routine to
: collects the information and have as much as $62-million in
returns to Jax to have the errors
cash in the command vault. It
corrected.He was also while, in Vietnam that

DOCKED AT 4621 SAN JUAN AVENUE then returns afternoons to Cecil to deliver Fieldon LCdr. Young wrote the single
LCdr. Collin pay day
largest check of his career a
...New Finance Officer the corrected checks personally.The single check that was cashed for
commander and his staff
SEAFOOD You have tried the rest, now 143-million, 600-thousand dollars.
also are available as close as a
come by, or call in your FRIENDLY, RELAXED& phone to the 15,000 men and Looking forward to his
order for the best..Fish, Shrimp, Oysters, Scallops. QUIET ATMOSPHERE women whose pay records are retirement, LCdr. and Mrs.

IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIM maintained by the local Finance Young plan a world cruise and to
CHICKEN For a meal that is satisfying, 'I IDEALLY LOCATED FOR Office. eventually settle further south in

at prices you can afford. CECIL FIELD; N.A.S. I.From. a farm near Springfield, Florida.
\ Portions, Pieces, Platters. )', CLOSE TO SCHOOLS. Vt., the commander enlisted in H The Navy Finance Office will
.'" I CHURCHES'", AND the Navy in 1939 and went hold 'an. open house and serve
: SANDWICHES FRENCH FRIES, COLE SLAW/ ," SHOPPINGIlr.rrrr.rrlrrrrr.r.rrr.rr.rrrrrrrrr.r.rrrl through boot camp at the old coffee and cake from 10:00: until

i .ARQNI'AND POTATO SALAD. Mr. & Mrs. Payton Watson, recruit training depot at 1130: following the commander's

COFFEE, TEA i, PEPSI, ORANGE, ROOT BEER, TEEM 771-6666 Newport, R.I.Following retirement ceremony.The .
new Finance Officer will
Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
CALL' '384-2386 .. Turn South 2 Blocks be LCdr. Charles F. Collins. .
Past Forrest High School. a brief tour of duty S

aboard a four-stack destroyer, he HAAssoclatoHMembers
COLONIALF reported aboard the battleshipNew
York as a deck seaman. A Only

OREST year later he moved into the GROUP RATES

supply division as a storekeeperand -, INCOME PROTECTION
in 1943 was promoted to ENROLLMENT NOW OPENMutuiJlC

5928 FIRESTONE ROAD chief. \
During World War Two, the
finance officer served aboard a miJhiJ V

tanker and destroyer in the f ftp f..agAX r
Life Insurance Affilul*: United of OmjhtM
Pacific. Other duty stations ,, _
1\ltl CW IM4M 44P('I COM?***
TONIGHTgreyhound during his long career include IMMN IM/M/OW4M&MU4" ..."
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j Old Fashioned Discussed By Vietnam Vet I


.: Holiday Meals The Brown Water Navy, those this unique vantage point Mr.
; FBK's Monitors, Swifts and other Morse could see all facets of the

I Turkey is the order of the day tiny boats that sail the muddy war and was able to present a
at the clubs for Thanksgiving, rivers of Vietnam, was the large picture of the conflict and
>j starting with a free Thanksgiving subject of a talk given by Lt. the naval tactics used there.
? Buffet at the USO between 6 p.m. 4 k i (j.g.) Stanley Morse last Fridayfor The basic tactic the Navy uses
t and 8 p.m. followed by entertainment the bcneift of young officers arc defensive in nature and are
1 and dancing from 8 syr about to make their first visit to aimed at severing enemy supply
3 a (r s lines and providing effective
until 11. 1 : e Vietnam.Mr. .
service in interdiction on the water-ways of
The'CPO Club is also offering Morse saw
and Vietnam. This defensive policy,
Vietnam as" Operations
: old fashioned Thanksgiving
: an for VAdm. Elmo the lieutenant said, is the same
Officer
for adults and Briefing
dinner at
$1.75
t of the policy that the Navy has always
commander
>* $1.25 for childrren while the'prices II. Zumwalt,
t al Officers Club Buffet \I 4 -- Naval Forces in Vietnam. From executed in Vietnam and with the

< which will run from noon to 8 cu__ ,t
p.m. will be $3.25 for adults and
', $1.57 for children with reser- Hawaii R & R
vations recommended. \
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Finally the Blue .Jackets Inn % Booklet on Hand
will feature a dinner and a

Thanksgiving dance from 8 to 12 CHRISTMAS IS FOR CHILDREN-CM all ages, of course. But the ..
p.m.featuring the'Messengers. of wonder in this little girl's eyes for the beautiful candles is something to for Service WivesJax tS
the Masses.' behold. The candles, along with net trees, holiday floral decorations
and many other bright and colorful seasonal ornaments were the
U.S. Savings Bonds belong
oneveryone' conducted NWCA Jax No. 86. The Family Services
Christmas list. They result of two months of workshops by
increase in value through the Proceeds from the Christmas Bazaar,which also included a bake sale, Center, Bldg. 955, recently
years and arc always safe and will be donated to the 1969 Christmas Sharing Drive at the club's Dec. received a limited number of .V
secure. 10 Christmas luncheon... copies of 'Aloha R &: R in E
Hawaii for distribution.

Military wives interested in R
&: II to Hawaii will find this
booklet essential in planning a
> S.'s Like I'. complete and pleasurable trip.

t ) tke Oely Oae got .., Vli MONt() \ 1H. (.allAIH.Y The booklet gives the whole R &: '

f:, x Buyiag froll 11 story; explains requirementsand
procedures,; facilities
MOBILE available; housing; transportation LT j.g.. Morse
BROKERS
HOME
DOMINICK'SZZB ; tours; points of in- 'Vietnamization' and the general
...W.., Does TMotMeke terest; and many other valuable downgrading of the war a
tips.If. similar policy will be adopted by
Me?? the other services.
you are planning an R &: R
I.,,*." l FAMILY STYLE trip to Hawaii, stop in the Family Going on further about the'Vietnamization'
''I DINING/ ROOM Services Center and pick up this of the war the
informative booklet. Lieutenant was optimistic and
HAPPY HOUR was quick to point out that the
3:30 til 15:00 P.M. South Vietnamese Navy which a
:
f few years ago totaled only about
GLASS OF TEXACO.INC.
B1H6NEBI! 15,000 men V and a few rather
DRAFT BEER decrepity'junks is now the 14th
INC largest Navy in the world ranking
ahead of Canada and Australia.
o 0 5807 Roosevelt \\\lvd.\' 10 Dealerships Available 'They're adjusting well Mr.
Morse said of the Vietnamese
OPEN SUNDAYS! FINANCIAL:' ASSISTANCE' sailors and they are already
Open Tuesday at 5 p.m. TRAINING, ( WITH' PAY being trained to relieve
MOl KOOSl-Vl-l.T( ill.VI). ADVKKTIMMi' AND! American men on a one to one
PROMOTIONAL) SUPPORT,
Phone Ahead For basis.'
Call 353-5736
FAST SERVICE!
Or Write P.O. Box 3702
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I I NATTC : Behind The SceneBy I

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'Safety flares save lives,' Capt. them.that's quite a bargain,' the Christmas Ball _
Kennedy, NATTC commandingofficer scoutmaster said.
said this week L- Rrti
endorsinga Capt. Kennedy especially
The Most Honorable\ ChristmasBall
public safety campaign by Boy recommended that women
Scout The Committee, along with head
Troop 131. NATTC motorists
carry safety flares. chef LCdr. L. Clark, is preparingfor
sponsored troop presented him a ?
'Many women are left helpless
the Christmas Ball
box of flares to kick off their when an automobile everybody
emergency dish.There are, however, several
The local
campaign. boy scouts arises. Safety flares are ex
will be selling highway safety tremely effective as distress important ingredients missing
from this most dish. Beloware
flares from tasty
9 a.ta. to 5 p.m. signals.
listed those accounted for and
Sunday, at various locations Mr. Julian said the safety
aboard the base. flares campaign will last for a those missing:

'We'll be selling them where we week, but urged all motorists to Accounted for;
can reach the most people, suchas get their flares as early as Month of May

Main Exchange and Toyland.We possible. Faces of Fiction ,
feel that safety flares are justas 'You never know when you'regoing 1 Floor show .

important as seat belts in timeof to need them, and when you Several dashes of door prizes : J
emergency. That's why we are do, it's too late to buy them' he Food galore (catered even) J<"' 1
conducting a fund-raising added. Missing Ingredients: J '

campaign of this nature,' said All hands 't'"
Mr. Julian, Scoutmaster. Potatoes Sailors S'. J
Captain Kennedy pointed to the Marines
WELCOME TO THE CLUB-Cdr. S.J McCardle Jr., VP-45 executive
rise in NATTC's commanding officer
sharp traffic fatalities and Girls (WAVES Civilians
,
officer, congratulates AZC R.L. Brooks on his advancement to chief
his Sweet
stated that the National l Safety got potatoes Monday. College Co-eds)
Council recommends that all potatoes that is. and presents the coveted hat as Chiefs Kneller, Maher, Lockhart and
It all started when the Jaxon Harvey look on. The noose was used in Chief Brooks' initiation.
motor vehicles,be equipped with This is an appeal for these
safety flares. Lancers, NATTC's precision drill missing ingredients running

'Day or night,' the captain said, team went to Ocilla, Georgia to around to show up'at King Hall on Red Darter NewsThree
'motorists should use, flares for perform in the Ninth Annual the evening of Friday, Dec. 12

any emergency stops along the Georgia Sweet Potato Festival. between 7:30: and 11:30.: This

highway. This gives approachingcars unusual dish will be served semi- Patrol Squadron 45 sailors assigned to Helicopter Training
warning of danger ahead.' They were treated very well, formally. put on third class crows, and AZ1 Squadron Eight in Pensacola
Mr. Julian said it appears according to Chief Wilson, Drill R.L. Brooks changed hats before reporting to VP-45 in
within the next year, the U.S. Team Leader, and had lunch with Re-Up completely as he advanced to November 1968.?
Department of Transportationwill Miss Georgia 1968. When they chief when seven members of the
require safety flares in all were ready to leave, in additionto Another reenlistee was A01 Red Darter squadron advancedin The squadron's three new petty

new automobiles. 'This fact, plus all of the courtesies rendered Dale Robert Nybeck. Nybeck, an rate Nov. 16, as a result of the officers are: AE3 L.D. Cum-
the many authorities, who back them, they were presented with instructor at the AO School, has August Navy-wide examinations. mings, AE3 T.N. Depuy and
them, stresses how much all 150 lbs. of sweet potatoes. been on active duty for 10 years. A 14-year Navy veteran, AZC ATN3 T.R. Fry. Petty Officer
motorists need flares,' he added. This reenlistment, for three 'Brooks was presented his hat by W.J. Campbell was advanced to

The flares the boy scouts will Chief Wilson, who works at AE years, will be his third one. Cdr. S.J. McCardle Jr., executive AWV1, while Petty Officers S.W.
be selling meet the specificationsof School, Phase I, presented Capt. officer, during ceremonies held Hughston and J.A. Messederwere
the Interstate Commerce Kennedy with one case of the Petty Officer Nybeck reported at morning quarters Chief advanced to AWA2.

Commission.'You potatoes, ((50 lbs.). so now aboard NATTC around the first of Brooks has served aboard the Nine other squadron membersare
get three for $1.25, in a everyone with any sweet potatoe this month. He was in NATTC USS Independence (CVA-62)); at due to be advanced in

waterproof packet plus complete recipes knows exactly who needs before, in 1958, to attend AO A Corry Field, Pensacola; Atsugi, December, January and Marchas

instructions on how to use, ., them. 'A School. Japan; and Oceana, Va. ,He was the result of the August exams.

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f: Christmas Sharing Drive Underway "


Jax-Christmas and the seasonof Annually for ,the past several response from those who are _IL
brotherhood and sharing are year, NAS, in cooperation with willing to give. :
drawing near, and for most the Duval Councy Council of The Navy Coordinator for this ? L_ _
Americans the next few weeks Camp Fire Girls, has gathered year's Christmas Drive is LCdr. ad .
will be filled with shopping tours donations of food and money for G.M. Sheldon, CHC. Chaplain u
and busy preparations for the the purpose of supplying local Sheldon will be available to speakto : _
anticipated holidays. But for needy families with baskets of various organizations about SS '
many I less fortunate persons, the food during the holidays. Last the' drive and why it ,is needed. '
Christmas season holds little year's Christmas Sharing Drive Persons interested in con-
promise of joy, and for this succeeded in preparing and tributing money or nonperishablefood
reason the 1969 Christmas distributing 147 baskets, and items to the drive may I ,
Sharing. Drive is appealing to hopes are high that the 1969 drive contact him by dialing 7723051. A y. "ice
you. will achieve an even greater All departments and chapelswill
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housecollectionareas for the r 1p.s
drive, and Department heads are
enjoined to request participation
among their men. Tenant
commands and wives' clubs are

[jfi11I[ re also this asked deserving to lend cause.their support to

Service contributions are also
I T' desired by the drive, and if you
LLWFW would like to help collect, prepare
1 and distribute the baskets,
Sheldon will inform
Chaplain you : "
'.. on how to go bout it. _S S'S SS'S
It is requested that all con .
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allow time for ,
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Only the commanding officer can grant emergency leave before Christmas. St .
when death or critical illness occurs in a serviceman's immediate ..zies
family requiring his presence at home & ;
The Red, Cross field director will obtain reports on emer- :
gencies at" the request of a serviceman or his commandingofficer.
Because of the time and distance factor, servicemenare
encouraged to advise their families to contact their local
Red Cross chapter as soon as an emergency develops. The j '
necessary information can then be reported. to the field direc- + '
tor with minimum delay.
Red Cross financial assistance in amounts sufficient to ,;;
defray the cost of round trip air transportation from the portof
debarkation to the home is available.
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See your Red Cross field director when you need counseling m LzI
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' Civilian Merit Job Openings .




Open For Merit
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Merit promotion opportunities & Estimator ( Public Works Computer Operator GS-5. f .s

currently open for Structures),83-G9 A-C I Instrument Also, 133-69: Stockman, 136-69
receipt of applications listed Mechanic, K4-G9>> ,A-C Instrument Data Communications Equip

below. Applications for the Worker 85-69 A-C Electrician, 86- ment Operator GS-4, 137.69 h1r __
following positions will be accepted 69 Clerk -
(Stenography) GS-3 and Management Technician GS-5, -_
from career or career- 4,87.69 Clerk (Typist) GS-2,3 and 139-69 Teletypist GS-5, 140-69
conditional employees of the air 4, 88-69 Electronics Mechanic (A- Mechanical I Engineering

station, Naval Air Rework C Systems), 89-69>> Electronics Technician 7, 8 and 9 Ground
f Facility, Naval Air Reserve Mechanic (Maintenance) and 9069 ()- Support, 142-69. Mechanical
Training Unit Fleet Air (;
Machinist. Engineering Technician 7, 8 and 9
Jacksonville, f Fleet Aviation
Jet Engine, 142-69 Instrument
Electronics Training Unit Also, 91-69 A-C Electrical
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Supervisory
Electrical Systems), 93-69 Industrial
Hospital-, Navy Recruiting, Tractor Supply Clerk GS-4, 147.69 IN HER HONOR Capt. Cutler (far, I n.) and former NAS Jax
Operator, 94-;9
Storage Management Office Apprentice (First Year), 96-69 Military Personnel Clerk, Typing commanding officers joined fellow employees in honoring Mrs. Swilerat
Disease Vector Control Center, Sta t AsslGS-5, 97-69 Accounting GS-5, 14969 Supervisory Military her retirement. Now retired, the former officers here to see Mrs.
Fleet Weather Facility, Defense Technician GS-4, 101.(69. A-C Personnel Clerk, Typing GS-5, Swiler off were ((1-r, from Capt. Cutler) VAdm. H.S. Duckworth, Capt.
Surplus Sales Office and Navy Metalsmith, 102-69 Aluomotive 152-69 A-C Engine Mechanic, and J.R. Compton, Capt. J.R. Mackroth and Capt. E.W. Parrish Jr. Other
153-69 Airframes Mechanic. former CO's wired to Mrs. Swiler her retirement.
Finance Office at any time. Mechanic (Body and Fender), congratulations on _'
MPB No. 79.69 Electronics 103-69 Clerk-Dictating Machine Also 154-69 Computer Operator

Mechanic, 80-69 A-C Electronics Transcriber GS-4, 105-69 GS-4, 155-69 Instrument
Mechanic (Electronic). 156-69 A- Mrs. Swiler Retires
Worker 81-69 Accounts Maintenance
Secretary (Steno), GS-5 and 107-
Clerk GS-4, 82-69 Planner 69 Card Punch Operator GS-2 and C Metals Worker 157-69 A-C .
GS-3. Examiner (A-C Electrician), 158- Jax -' The long reign of NAS Works Officer and in March 1945
69 Welder, 159-69 A-C Examiner Jacksonville's 'first lady' cameto was transferred to the
Also, 108-69 Messenger GS-2 (Airframes Mechanic), 160-69 an end at the Officer's Club as headquarters building as
Three RetireContinued
and GS-3, 110-69 Prcduction Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-5, the station's first employee secretary for the commanding
( from Page 6)) Controller GS-7, 111-69 Planner & 161-69 Cash Clerk GS-4 and 162-69 completed 30 years of service to officer. Mrs. Swiler held that
Estimator (Sheetmetal Worker), Supply Clerk GS4.Applications the Navy. position for the last 24 years
Capt. 11.0. Cutler, NAS commanding 112-69 Electric.Accounting for the following Mrs. Ethel Swiler, secretary to Capt. 11.0. Cutler current NAS
officer, will officiate at Machine Operator GS-3, 114-69 jobs will be accepted from the 14 of the air station's 19 com Jax CO, and four former commanding
'piping over' ceremonies for the Pipecoverer Insulator, 115-69 same employees as above... manding officers, friend of fellow officers were on hand to
two men. Plasterer, 117.69Sheetmetal however, the first cut.off date in employees and long remembered wish Mrs. Swiler a happy
Another retirement ceremony, Worker, 118-69 order ,to establish registers friend of many officers and retirement. In addition she
complete with sideboys and Refrigeration and Air Con follows each position. enlisteds stationed here since the received a letter or telegram
boatswains' pipe, took place Nov. ditioning Mechanic, 119-69 MPB No. 165-69 Inspector station was commissioned was from every former commanding
19 when YN1 Doris M. Hastens Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, (Household Goods Shipment) honored at a farewell and officer still alive.
ended her years of service as a ,120-69 Electric Accounting Dec. 3)) and 167-69 Supply Data, retirement party Friday.Mrs. The retiring secretary receiveda
Navy WAVE. Supervisor GS-5, 121-69 Boiler Ass i s. tan t G S- Swiler started working for silver ice bucket from the
Entering the women's branch Tender, 122-69 Plumber 124-69 5 (Dec. 8)). the Navy in January 1940 when commanding officers and a silver
of the Navy in 1943, 'Kasey' hails Assistant Meat Cutter, 125-69 Application Forms 171-for these operations were being conducted chafing dish from fellow em
from Kansas City, Kansas. Her Laborer Cleaner, 126-69 Mess positions should be filed with from an office in the Federal ployees. She also received a
tour of duty on the air station was Attendant, 128-69 Secretary Civilian Personnel Department Building in Jacksonville while watch and a plaque as well as a
served with officer's records. (Stenography) GS-4, 129-69 A-C- Box 22, NAS Jax. buildings at the air station were portrait with a likeness of all the
Future plans for the now Instrument Mechanic (Electronic Further information regardingthese being constructed.After commanding officers for whom
retired WAVE include touring ). 130-69 Automotive positions is available from the station was commissioned she worked.
much of the country before she Equipment Serviceman 131-69 bulletins or announcements or in October 1940. She
settles in California Clerk GS-2 and GS-3, and 132-69 from Ext. 2320. became secretary for the Public New Strike Aircraft

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A relatively new career field years with fleet units. However aircraft. : .'
for junior officers to consider officers who do not completelymeet The Aviation MaintenanceDuty :4? .R ;
with promotion opportunitiesequal these requirements may Officers can expect to have VSYA \
or greater than those in the apply and their applications will duty assignments in the Naval
-t
unrestricted line is offered by the be considered in accordance with Air Systems Command at its
Aeronautical Engineering Duty the needs of the service. headquarters in the Washington,
Officer Aviation MaintenanceField Applications should be sent to D. C., area and outlying field k w ..tI
), reach BUPERS before the activities, with carrier air wings
This is a restricted line convening of the next board on 2 and aircraft squadrons, with
speciality with sea-shore rotation December 1969, in accordancewith aircraft maintenance depart-
comparable to the unrestrictedline. BUPERS Notice 1120 of 27 ments and on the staffs of
The first 100 Aviation August 1969. (The deadline of 1 aviation command flag officers S SCDR
i :Maintenance Duty Officers were November stated in the notice ashore and afloat.
selected in December of 1968 andit has been extended.) Another career opportunity for i _
is expected that about 50 will be The program was establishedto Aviation Maintenance Duty
selected annually to build up to a provide a cadre of highly Oficers is postgraduate study at
strength of about 500. motivated and fully trained Monterey,California,in the Navy A. J. Smith received his promotion to Commander from Cdr.A.
Requirements for transfer to career maintenance managers to Postgraduate School. Billets for H. Hinman, Blackbird No. 1, during ceremonies last week at HAS
the field are a degree from the provide professional AMDO officers have been ten Cecil Field. Cdr. Smith is VA-45-$Maintenance Officer.

Naval Academy or other accredited management, guidance and tatively approved in the areas of ;- 1e
college or university in technical direction in the personnel management, com _
an engineering scientific maintenance of naval aircraft puters, production, and financial
management or administrativefield and related equipment. This need management.
and a background in has been growing increasinglyacute The AMDO will be actively MtS'
aeronautical maintenance including in recent years because of involved in nearly all phases of jS5S
a minimum of three the growing complexity of naval the 'Life Cycle' of aeronautical
equipment and will work in close s
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financial talent while managing
programs involving millions of
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The Droodle of the week was submitted by R. M. Jenkins, Lt., MSC, processingwill ::v r '
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGPublisher MovieSchedule SUNDAY, NOVEMBER30

: CALL: 388.37SSAds
NAS: '2001 : A SPACE

ODYSSEY' Color epic starring
JAX AIR NEWS : should be mailed not later than Tuesday Keir Dullec and Gary Lockwood.

'. "NAS Jacksonville I for publication the following Thursday; Ads G-E ((160 mins).

: .' AFTERBURNER I arriving too late for this deadline will be Movies will be shown nightly at HOSPITAL: 'SAM WHISKEY'

a NAS Cecil Field' ::':; published the following week unless the the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m.

I publisher is Instructed otherwise. A check or There will also be a kiddie MONDAY OCTOBER I

I money order for the full cost of the ad must be matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a

ADVERTISINGOFFICE I received WITH .the copy for the ad. regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand NAS: 'BLOOD OF DRACULA'S

4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 holidays. CASTLE' Color horror starring

Jacksonville. Florida The Hospital Theater will have Scott Brady and John Carridine.

I Per additional line ((4 words per line) $0.50 one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil M-G ((85 mins).

Field will have two nightly shows HOSPITAL: '2001: A SPACE

during the week at 5:30: and 8 ODYSSEY'

p.m. Matinees will be shown on

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tonholes. Sold new for over $400. Bal. 2 Dr., HT., ex. cond. Sacrifice $500. ((100 mins).
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Good pay, good hours. Call 781 9818, Amerlcard or Master Charge HOSPITAL: 'BRIDGE AT
Mrs. Goff 10 A.M. 5 P.M.MISCELLANEOUS. welcome. Call for free home trial. 764- ..-- REMAGEN' Color war drama ,
5210. Dealer. NAS: 'LOVE GOD?' Color
starring George Segal and
AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast Robert Vaughn. M-G ((115 mins). comedy starring Don Knotts and
and West Coast 353 3691. Ann Francis. M-G ((101 mins).

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67 MUSTANG CONVERT. NAS: 'SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL

V-8, PS, AT., 289 51400. SHERIFF' Color western
DO YOU WANT TO BE TRAILER PARK Lounsberry. Ext. 2775. 264.4373 after
A DISC JOCKEY? 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern 1500. comedy starring James Garner, ..r.tie.
.For information dial 356 8351. trailers and Apts. 389 3007. Joan Hackett and Walter
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45 DODGE DART GT HOSPITAL: 'DARING GAME'
OIL HEATERS MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea 6 cyl, AT., PS, BS, Good gas mileage
Cleaned and Serviced. Central Units ( Mobile Home Park) 1/. Mile & tires. 264-4926.
Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28
North of NAS, lots and rentals Near
naces. Tylers Heating and Air Con
schools and shopping center. Clean,
ditioning. Lake Shore 4711 Palmer
Ave. 388 5161.: and reasonable rates. Manager on NAS: 'THE PARTY' Color y
premises. Children and pets welcome. comedy starring Peter Sellers

GEORGE'S KENNELS 6301 Roosevelt, 3899226. and Claudine Longet. M-VG ((92

Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickup mins).

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Grooming Reasonable, 5085 10 x 55 Mobile Home, 2 BR., Washing LOCAL SHERIFF'
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and
Machine, very good cond., near Cecil. .
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players.Consoles At some dealers with cost AM to*, FM liquidate tape Lli: : :v.REALESTATE. : !!: ; 1 NAS: 'SAM WHISKEY' Color
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stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. : western comedy starring Burt DOWN Nary SH2
Reynolds and Agnie Dickinson. John T. Moore fives the
thumbs-up signal on two Nary
SINGER MODEL620 M-G ((95 mins).
recipe dishes prepared by Army
Golden Touch& Sew FOR RENT OR SALE .
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cabinet, Singer's Houses and. Apts. Equity VA & :
everything Sold,new over $420. Bal. resales. low down. Call Powell or :3'1107 RAIDERS' '.. Color''western Lee, Va. Ft. Lee Is one of three
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''.t\ Around Patrol Squadron FivePatrol I

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personnel inspection on Nov. 19, I
and seven persons received .
certificates of advancement. Six '' .. .. .... ,. .
members were awarded lettersof ; ,; .
: ; .
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.\. standing appreciation performance for their and out 'I'. -'f..'Ii.. ... ".. ,}. .>... ..... .

t: devotion to duty while on the : : : .W;'
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(t Bermuda.recent squadron deployment to "'".''<:"" '':. .: .." ." : : !:.'.1.. .> ':.. ,:. ...1', '.. '.y. ....,
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Being advanced in rate were: : :
ADJ3 Gilbert L. Caulk AME3 .. .
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Johnny H. Ervin ATR3 Ray M. .... .. .
Heath AMH3 William F. Holt, ; .. 'f' .
t ATN3 Patrick R. Lanier AW2 : .J .

Shyer.James S. Pace, and AW3 Eric B. it'J ,. .

For their & /
outstanding
per- .i.
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i VW-4 gained two new petty officers and one new first class at a Nov. formance and devotion to duty, / ... .
. 17 promotion ceremony in the office of Cdr. C.J. Cush, squadron the commanding officer of VP-5, II ..,
skipper. Receiving congratulations from Cdr. Cush are: (L-R), ADR1 Cdr. H.C. Abelein, presented .
J.D. Decourcey, AMS3 F.M. Fleenor.and YN3 W.W. Haines. letters of appreciation to AME2
Jerome D. Bethge, AMS2 Carl E.
.. acgaHBg.r 1111 i Hood ATI Herbert N. Moore,
YN3 Robert E. Parks, and AME1 CDR ABELEIN congratulates ADR1 William E. Smith upon '
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Take Your Copy of the from Cdr. T.E. Maloney, officer-in-
I Harold E. Paul. receiving special recognition
: AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER charge of the Naval Air Support Detachment, Bermuda.

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football highlight current ac has received promotion papers to George M. Crowley and Cpl.
CLUB SCHEDULES 'WOMEN'S'CLUB ACTIVITIES tivities at the NATTC Marine first sergeant. Mueller has been James E. Tressler were awarded .
Aviation Detachment these days. with the detachment since mast for their assistance to
'MOVIE SCHEDULES HOMEMAKING and SHOPPING HINTS The MAD pistol team collected September 1968. Florida's Department. of Law .
another trophy after winning the Six MAD Marines were Enforcement. .
JTA.X :Jp: NEW Gateway Rifle and Pistol Club's awarded meritorious mast by Lt.
'2700' pistol matches., Col. R.P. Echman, commanding In sports, the detachment's Bid '.: .
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Sgt. Mike Bonafede, an AO 'B' officer. Cited for their work with Red football team clinched the '. ...'
""AFTEfl l l school student,was 2nd master in the Muskogee District, Boy training 'command's intramural -'
the center fire and .45 calibre Scouts of America were grid crown with a 7-0 season. .
matches and 1st master in the Sergeants D.A. Shaw, O.E. Wolf Through the short season, the ?
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Teammate R.E. Partridge was Mills and T.L. points while the defense allowed
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as they downed VA-45 40. """" ." "" ". .
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Hell razors came thru with a 004 i..Li .SI' 'a ?: ,y !' 1'f{_CIS I' -I t j
George BlackburnIn I series and helped the }Hellrazors "" &11 -4 yir:..'....,. I ;

I to a :IM win over FAETU. e \1',,'. .
The big battle for high average _!_!_.01-;'f'f..._ --';:. J IJo"f._'4'J.;-t;............_' .t-h!:":; _.. .....M."r'lr..'OtJ ..."'cu" ,'
Basketball last week there sunk two free throws which continues with L. Becker at 177 I :9/.;':= ..:;" 'A\w.. ...... 1t1
put thru:39 Pat Duncan at 178 .::t _W v. ''''7 -s.i It:, 1
were some close games. The the Hornets in games .. .,. ....... ; I.i' :
front by three. A ..-Q;:: =. rt'tt;_. : ; w++n&1'aar,1 a 1
pathetic Plumbers, in the I last second bucket thru 24 games, Mike Falcon at 173 ,....." ;:.. "m.-: ,i! .f" .. ; .-
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by Dennis thru 33 games and Pete Hendcrlite :;. \.V ". l. .1" 4!}
American I League, hung on to winy reduced Yt- .
the margin to 1 i. The !.l': "W'JII.I ; .. .! tf .: 't .
11 >&
176 thru 42 .... .._ .a.
games.
from
VA-12
Hose one 41 to
38. Final .rAt 4. 4.'J \ '
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score was % to 55. Hissom '.. _. ;-. .. \ \ "
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C tse and Lampitt contributed 11 was leading scorner for the i1-\'Tf c. .f ';r:P4 I'
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and 10 points, to take honors for Hornets, with 14, while Dennis The standings: (il!.. .tiI.- '\i1: "' 'f ,
the Plumber. Uhrig and Johnson contributed l 20 for VA-87. \: :., ;t: 1! \ l \. 'Z\ :;h'
the high scorers for VA-12 ,'H'" -. .. 4l w.: 'S t tl
were ,
Against VA-174 .
the "
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with 13 and 12 respectively. The emerged as 55 to 38 victors with AOMD 41-15 ''f>r.:4A.<.":T". 'f." ... wWI! :..,..... '.. 'IJI! >....,,\'...' ,' .,

Plumbers are going to need a Hissom, Mattick, and Stilley VA-44 Dental 35-21 w .;,.,, *;, ;...;!'2 --.r.., ,',-it& .. : '\ .. \, '!.,;:r -< :....
more balanced attack, if they leading the ,., 35-21 Wt i1.;.:: $k-.L:: r ; :1 :. ,
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intend to win their league. According :.$!,....:: ."....,/f. ....'- 'ns :a.-VA 4. '':''iI .
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'if Dr. Ski regains his form we VA-174 No. 3 32-24 W t .f' r" > ,, .. ::;)\ 1' : '3 .

will run away from these other VA-37: 4-0 BOQ 27-29 -: ':
NAMTD No. 1 25-31
sea going outfits. Dental 3-0 :
The VA 37 Bulls have other VA-12 2.1 ADMIN NAMTD No. 2 23-33 Guess who came to ADJAN Charles Wood's for dinner. Wood was the /

idea's, thus far, the 'Bulls' are VA-105 2.1 AMD 23-33 17-39 lucky one to dump the most red head pins at WAS Cecil Fields bowling I
undefeated thru four contests as BOQ < 2-2 FAETU 12-44 alky and win a live Tom. He totaled up nine red head pin strikes last _
they downed VA 72 63 to 24. VC-4 1.2 week. AMSAN W. D. Davis was second high with six red strikes. +
When halftime rolled around the VA-72 Bulls led 28 to 14, by the end of the VA-172 ,, : 0-4 Short Notes Little Theater
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third quarter bombed VA-72 witha
41 to 18 score. Scoring honorsfor I
Lt. Frank Weber of the Owls
the Bulls went to Honour with National mixed league has received the The Little Theater of The Little Theater is located on

18. Haag scored nine for VA 72. ABC Triplicate award for three Jacksonville is holding auditionsfor San Marco Square, South Side. If
VA-105 and VA-172 put on quitea VA-44 3-0 the called Lion in Winter j
160 games. play you have any theateical experience
show 'and at halftime VA105was VA-87
2-1
onSunday the 14th of Dec. you should get a jumpon
down by 14 points. By the end VA-174 1-1 beginning 2:30: p.m. at the Little the rest of the people who are
of the third quarter VA-15 made Marines 1.1 Theater. Holes will be ready for thinking about trying out for this
their comback to lead VA 172 33 AMD M the Five male and Two female .
For cow pasture pros, in the parts play. Manuscripts are availableat
to 31. VA-172 failed to score Weapons 0-2 past editor has appealed tosecretary's parts, which are all star roles. the Little Theater. :
during a six minute period of the VA-45 0-2 of the Blue and Gold For' more information call 396- I

third quarter. While McWrightand leagues, to assist,me in reportingthe 4425., '4
Norris put on a two man BowlingThe . .
golf happenings. The Afterburner p.so. .
show. In the end the Gunslingersof tries to cover all the -...-- ,
VA-105 won the contest 48 to 46. Thursday National League intra mural sports and give wide PHONE I
McWright and Noris were high went through a few changes as coverage to all. Intramural football had limited : See-sass i iI
with 18 and 17, while Andersonand far invididual status were con action last week. VA-105 defeated
Ernst took honors for VA-172 cerned. The Top ogs, it appeared, V VA-172 while VC-4 shocked VA-12
with 17 and 11 respectively.VC4 became incensed over the last 14 to 8. VA-12 had several

almost pulled off an upset weeks' write-up, and came backto The Cecil CPO basketball team scoring opportunities but failed to 12401251 KINO ST I
over VA-37, however, VA-37 hungon do some kicking as they downed the New Zealanders come up with the big TD when JACKSONVILLE FLA, 32204WANTED I
to stay ahead of VC 4's seven blanked NAMTD No. 2.The'Dogs' Friday 36 to 24. The Chiefs needed. One VA-12 member who
man team to beat them 34 to 25. moved into 2nd spot for high scoring was led by Dick Gardner, shall go unnamed, (but when last !
In the National League VA-44 game with a 2,823 total pin The Chiefs have agreed to give seen was trying to remove the I USED CAMERAS AND
Hornets, last year champs, are, count, droping Admin Black the Kiwi's another shot before bumper sticker that read: Bucks | EQUIPMENT WE PAY I :
off and running, as they defeated Shoes out of the top 3. Larry departing for Christmas for the Super bowl) twice on | TOP DOLLAR 3888535HRIMi
two teams that may give them Becker of AOMD rolled an all vacation. drives, dropped passes in the end THIS AD UITH YOU' I
trouble later in the season, VA-87 spare first game, as Operations zone. . . . .1
and VAM74. continued to hold onto first. The II
VA 87 with an opportunity to position they have maintained I
defeat the Hornets, fouled the since October 2. Happy Hal's .
wrong man during a one and one Cherokee's are stirring up some
situation. Don Hissom, who led war cry's as they have sswept
the Hornets last year, looked like series two weeks in a row. They
he was in mid-season form, as he moved into third for high team
calmly stepped to the line and game with a 2786 total pin count

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IJ: I F: .' Club Schedules ,


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BLUEJACKETS INN l'SO
The Four of Clubs will be
playing tonight, followed by Be at the USO tonight from 8 to
:Messenger of the Masses 11 p.m. when disc jockey Al
tomorrow. Phil Cay and the Albert will be there to play your
Chantels will be'appearing favorite records. Tomorrow
Friday and Saturday, and on evening the club will serve a free e
Sunday the Phases of Fiction will Thanksgiving dinner from 6 to 8
be on stage. Dance to the music of p.m., sponsored by the
a 'sruprise band' on Monday and Jacksonville Pilot Club. Saturday
.. Tuesday, The Four of Clubs will is November birthday cake night.
: be making a return engagement The free feature movie for
.: next Wednesday Mel Gaden & Sunday is 'Gunpoint' beginning at Y
4 The Lazy Rhythm Girls every 7 p.m. y4'V
'; Tuesday- FRA
CPO CLUB
Tomorrow evening the Chiefs'club Come out Friday nightand
will offer a special dance to the music of the
Thanksgiving dinner with Fugitives. Jim Mann and the ;.
i all the trimmings: for a very Goodtimers will appear on stage
t reasonable fee. Music by Mark Sunday, and on Tuesday the club
will feature +'Game Night' and ,.
Castle will be featured at the clubon r
Friday, and on Saturday John an especially good evening meal.
Thomas will be there. Sunday Join the FRA Turkey Shoot on
'," night dine and dance to the soundof weekends and holidays from noon
the Classic Brass. 'til sunset Remember that x $k
lunches are served daily from 11
COMFAIRJAX PLAQUE Is awarded to three-year Vice-chairman and Executive
of the Combined Federal Campaign Gordon L. King by RAdm. Robert J. Stroh. Wit-
: the presentation is NAS Supply Officer, Capt. Eugene A.Grinstead,chairman of the


:::: Career committee. Open To Junior Officers

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new career field Naval Academy or tother accredited The program was establishedto
/ officers to consider college or university in provide a cadre of highly
ion opportunities an engineering, scientific, motivated and fully trained
ter than those in the management or administrativefield career maintenance managers to
line is offered by the and a background in provide professional
Engineering Duty aeronautical maintenance, in- management, guidance and
( Maintenance cluding a minimum of three technical direction in the
) years with fleet units. However, maintenance of naval aircraft
a restricted line officers who do not completelymeet and related equipment.This need
sea-shore rotation these requirements may has been growing increasinglyacute
to the unrestricted apply and their applications will in recent years because of
: first 100 Aviation be considered in accordance with the growing complexity of naval
Duty Officers were the needs of the service. aircraft.
of 1968 and Applications should be sent to Aviation Maintenance Duty
that about 50 will be reach the Bureau of Naval Officers can expect to have duty
to build up to a Personnel before the conveningof assignments in the Naval Air
500. the next board Dec. 2. The Systems Command at its
for transfer to, deadline in BUPERS Notice 1120 headquarters in the Washington, j
:1. a degree from the of Aug. 27 has been extended. D.C' i I tI

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Cecil Corpsman TopsBiggesfFoofbaJWeelc GO NAVY Fliers ScuddedIn



/ Weekend TripJax

-The Jax Fliers basketball

Jax Cecil Field moved back A Florida Gator fan 'all the team travelled to NAS Glynco,
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into the winner's circle in the way' Young hails from Arcadia, Ga., last weekend and were
final week of the You Pick 'Um Fla., and is an eight year Navy clipped in both games, 74-71 and
football contest as Jim Young of vet In the pro ranks he follows 85-64.
the Cecil Dispensary was top the World Champion Jets and is In the first game Flier center
prognosticator of the week. looking forward to the Gators- h Dr. T.C. Reuss led the scoring
Young,an HMI 1 and soon to be a Tennessee cattle in the Gator I with 26 points and Tom Bowie
new chief, works ir/ the Admin Bowl Dec. 27. I Iw added 15 in the losing battle.
Department of the dispensaryand Gaining honorable mention a Mike Luchi paced the Fliers in
filed a 9-1 ballot in the biggest with their 9-1 ballots were: W.S. the second game with 22 points
week of the 10-week contest Bednarski, Kay Lehman, W.F. but the fine individual effort by
Enthusiasm was so high in the Bridges, H.J. Lange, Paul 1 7 the guard was without support as
final week that 16 people had 9-1 Brown, G.H. Sterling, W.J. Alt-. the Fliers were waxed by 21
ballots but Young was the closestin wood, Bob Silverman, J.A. 9\ /VN 9 p0 points.
predicting the tie breaker Hoberson, G.S. Beaver, H.E. BADMINTONJax
between USC-UCLA. Only two Thomas,John Kirkman,all of the .. All badminton en-
points separated the Trojans and Jax complex. From Cecil Field thusiasts that want to get in a
Bruins and Young predicted it were: D.L. Christal, George L. I
% ANF little noon hour action during the
would only be one point which Blackburn, Bruce Riesman, and ,b o week can now do so at the NATTC
was the top pick. D.L. Bowersox.
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The winners of the ten-week speaker will be Vince Dooley, INSPECTION/ '< '*: j
'You Pick 'Um Contest' spon- coach of Georgia's Sun Bowl Season Grid Call 354-6314 i: 'i.-j
sored by the Jax Air News and bound Bulldogs.The ChampThe J71? MAINRETIRING ......
publisher Dick Holt, will attend season-winners:
the final weekly meeting of the 1. Edgar A. Gallup, NATTC season winner of the 1969 champion by his point spread in
Jacksonville Quarterback Club, 2. Charles A. Potter, FAETU You Pick 'Um Contest will be the Tennessee-Auburn game. ?
Monday, Dec. 1, at the Sheraton 3.Tom Edwards,MAD decided at the conclusion of the Therefore, in next week's Jax BEING RELEASED?
Hotel. 4-TIE: Richard S. Hingham, Dec. 6 Texas-Arkansas Southwestern Air News, Bingham's and Hairs'
The evening promises to be a NARTU; Keith B. Hair, FAETU Conference battle at picks on the Texas'Arkansas S.G.L.I CONVERSION
gala affair for the football ex- 5-T.D. Ingle, VA-174 Fayetteville, Ark. game will be featured for HOSPITALIZATION'
perts cocktail hour, dinner, 6-Bruce Risenberg, Cecil Field everyone to see-the winner takesa COMPLETE ESTATE AND
entertainment and the guestDJ.Pete 7Favai R. Arrellano, NATTC The fourth week of the contest pair of Gator Bowl tickets for HEALTH PLANS
8-Nick Blasioli, NARF featured the first and only tie in the Dec. 27 Florida-Tennessee Mutual'Omilha.
9-Jim Setelik, NARF two years, Keith Hair of FAETU encounter. \

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Bowling Center ",;< ,: .'.:;,;.}; z '

Tourney Nears .

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Jax-Registration for the Best
Ball Bowling Tournament and I.
the Mixed Bowling Tournamentat
the Jax Bowling Center will
start Friday, Dec. 5. The tournaments
will' be held,Dec. 13 and
Dec. 20.
Registration will be held for a to the 1
week with an entrance fee of $2
per person or $4 per team. .
The first winners will '. for SAVINGS1550 //
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member of the winning team. "., .'i .\ C ASS AT AVENUE
The second place finishers will .

each team get in third a bowling will get bag a bowling and the J"('.........;,.,:...;.. .. rso C-v -

accessory kit for each member. ..
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Dependents Golf

i BOWLING PRIZES The top bowlers In the Best Ball Bowling
Tourney Announced ]Tournament and the Mixed Bowling Tournament at the NAS Jax 68 IMPALACustom
Lanes will receive these prizes shown by Maureen DeWolfe (left),
Jack Emch and Babs Holmes from the bowling alley Coupe, 327, V8, factory $24 95
Jax -- The Ninth Annual air, power brakes, power wIn.
Military Dependents' .Championship dows, radio, heater, vinyl top.
Golf Tournament will be
held April 19-23, 1970 at NAS,
Pensacola. Varsity BasketballJax
Entry blanks and other information .
will be forwarded to
clubs and individual players upon Fliers, vs Patrick AFB
request from: Military Depen-
dents' Championship Golf 67 FORD
Tournament, Quarters 13, Naval
Friday Nov. 28 7:30
Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. p.m. Galaxie 2Door. Hardtop. 390, V-
32508. Entries will close Feb. 15, 8, automatic transmission, power
1970. Saturday Nov. 29 2 steering, factory air, R & H, $16 95
The 3-day championship meet p. m. WWT.
will be a 54-hole medal play
event. A free round will
practice
be played April 20, with the actual HAS Jax Gym, Building 3 .
t championship set for the

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