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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1970
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Published by the )Holt PublUhlim Company private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o Ifl I c 1 lal I eXPfeRslon"of' y ?
military department. Th appcuram/ : of advertisements in this publication does notconstltute an endorsement of any military department/ of the products or services advertised. Early OutJax
VOL. 28 NO. 23 u. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 27, 1970 ,

More early outs have -I
been planned to meet increased i''
Pinecastle/ Sailor'S'ecomes cutbacks in personnel. This will \' '
include a three month early out I .F
for all personnel (including i '
Inventor WAVES) and a special cut for six ,\.,,
non-critical ratings.
Those whose EAOS is in Jan.,

Jax Months of planning, intensive research and Feb. and March 1971 (except for ,

W experiments a device no bigger than a soap, dish Construction sonnel) may get Group out this VIII October.per 'j,

have paid off for Navy Trade vman Second Class KermitL. Also, eligible petty officers and ,..'
Prime of Cross City Florida. designated strikers in ratings of '/

He invented an anti-electronic ADR, JO, LI, MN, and SD whose I
countermeasures device for use couraged Prime's efforts 'and EAOS is in Jan., Feb., March or >.'
on radars at the Pinecastle I helped bring the device to the April 1971 may get out in October ;
Electronic Warfare Range in attention of the Navy Department -. while those whose EAOS
sfl Astor, Fla.Prime Capt. R. L. Ashford of the May or June get.out in .
Y who was dischargedthis Electronic Warfare Systems and December. :;
'month to return to college, Branch of the Office of the Chiefof These early outs will not
invented the device, while Naval. Operations made those who' do; not desire
assigned to Bomb Scoring several trips to the Pinecastle separation, provided they
Central at the range. A graduateof Range to determine the may become' eligible' ,
the Navy Tradevman school, credibility of the invention. reenlistment Also >
he was assigned to Pinecastle fora The Navy is presently applyingfor those currently. deployed 2)i
three-year tour. a patent on the device. While Sixth or'Seventh Fleet
Army, Navy and Air Force credit for the invention will go to Middle East Force.
aircraft practice bombing' Prime, the government will these persons, will be
missions at'Pinecastle while the reserve the right to use it. within 30 days after their
range tests the effectiveness of Prime joined the Navy in from deployment.
the aircraft's electronic countermeasures November 1966. He is a graduate scheduled for deployment
systems used to of Central Florida Junior College separate eligible persons

deceive radar;Prime got the idea and plans to continue his .(Continued on Page ) '
for his invention while working education,
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F with the MSQ-44 radar, a
I modified NIKE Hercules missile
radar delivery and tracking,
.. system. Noting that the radar r.f"J
; lost track of aircraft in many f"
TESTS DEVICE Former Navyman Kermit Prime checks over a practices, he came up with an <
component of his Invention. Discharged from the Navy earlier this idea that would help the range IJ
month Prime is currently living In Orlando. detect aircraft more effectively. J)
After developing the idea for /44
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his 'soap dish' model he built the
rt Fleet Intelligence original one using a styrofoam
r .. .Coffeecupas ,ar.oha ssis, ,After
,months of experimenting ,IDdi;
'0(
1: Gets ::New 'CommanderJax research with help l from NAESU '
engineer Paul Urff, he developed,
and tested the final model
: -Capt.-Emory R.Sourbeer Jr; will assume command of Fleet Lt Elmer F. Bollenberg en-
Intelligence Center here this morning, relieving Capt. William V.
Moore who has orders to New Delhi, India, where he will serve as
Naval Attache. Dentil SIp' -Up ...,Ius '_ );ir, a
Guest speaker at the 10 a.m. ceremony will be RAdm. H. H Cald-- >
well, former commander Fleet Air Jacksonville who retired from Jax The Dental Departmentis : i ir
active service in October 1967. taking appointments for
A native of Harrisburg, Pa., Capt. Sourbeer attended Washington dependent children, ages 6-23,' '
.. and Jefferson College in Washington,Pa., before entering the Navy in whose sponsor's birth month is 1 r r ;
1942 as a Naval Aviation Cadet. Following. World War II, Capt. September for its continuing wa
Sourbeer returned to civilian life to complete his education, and after preventive dentistry program ,
earning his degree he accepted a commission the Regular Navy. beginning Monday Aug. 31. Appointments s 6 rN !M r3 i
?' He was introduced to intelligence work in 1952''when he received may be made by the
h, orders to Post Graduate School in Naval Intelligence. His intelligence sponsor or spouse at the dental w ; ,
assignments'' have included various tours of duty with Fleet Intelligence appointment desk at Ext. 3504. >. p 'n/ ;9 704 0
Center, Pacific; ,Office of Naval Intelligence; Each child will receive an oral
: COMIDEASTFOR; Staff Intelligence Officer; Assistant Naval At hygiene lecture and demon- GOOD MORNING SENATOR. P02 Eugene F. Chittick of Freeport, ,
,,* tache, American Embassy London, England; Bureau of Naval stration an oral examination, a Mr, was among thru Navymen who had a' chance to meet their
I Personnel and others, Including'most recently his post as officer in stannous floride treatment to. senator Tuesday morning when Senator Margaret Chase Smith of
t, charge of Navy Field Operational Intelligence Office. inhibit tooth decay and ,dental Maine visited the station. RAdm. Ralph Weymouth (r) briefed the
tt Capt. Sourbeer is married to the former Ruth E. Lacher, and they health education material. No X- senator,and escorted her through an.antisubmarine. aircraft before
have three sons. ray will be given. her: departure ;
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I/' Cdr,; McArdle Steps Up To' Take Command of. Red' Darters I


F Jax Cdr.. S.J. McArdle Jr;,VP- perience in anti-submarine tour he a attended George
!l' 45's former. ,executive': 'officer, ; ,warfare with VP-8,.)serving i as 'Washington ,University and
n relieved Cdr. R.A.. Mason as 9 training officer' and, 'assistant I received, Master, of, Science
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f I t squadron commanding ;officer.: aircraft maintenance officer" ,in!' degree; in; -',personnel. 'administration. '
I The' ch -command the 1 '' ,
ale squadron's. operations I and 'j .
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ceremony took place Tuesday maintenance departments., ,He"1" :Cdr. McArdle was then trained
I,. morning with RAdm. Ralph participated in exercises with 'in the'P-3 aircraft and assigned ,
Weymouth'commander Fleet Air Talk Group Alfa to develop new: as head of yP' -maintenance
> ?: Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet;as the ASW tactics .and coordinated and administration departments.In .
I, principal speaker., operations between both surface ,: :: addition he served officer-
as,
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Cdr. Mason left- the squadronafter and air units. He also participated ,, I ; ; .in-charge of squadron detach-
a two tour-and will in fleet evaluations of
year ,
ments to Australia and Vietnam.In .
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:r report for duty,with the Chief oft the Navy's first JULIE and
:. Naval ,Operations. He ',was JEZEBEL-equipped patrol.. August 1968 he attended the
executive officer:of squadron planes. ., tV Naval War College and com ;
during its Southeast' ,Asia, I' His next assignment was at the pleted the; Command and Staff
deployment and became, 'commanding Naval Postgraduate 'School course in June 1969. He also
officer in August 1969. where he majored in International ,earned a master's 'degree in ;
Cdr McArdle was assigned ,I Relations, graduatingwith International Affairs from :
with VP-45last October following! I'e' distinction and a bachelor of George Washington University.A .
a ,tour' at the U.S.' Naval War I arts degree.He native of New York, Cdr. w w
fir, : College. He Ms had previous was subsequently assigned'' ;McArdle is married to the former.
assignments with Patrol as assistant to the Deputy' Miss 'Maureen L. Gallagher cf
Squadrons Eight and 19. Director of Special ,Projects Riverdale,"N.Y.t and they, have
He gained extensive ex- CDR. McARDLE Office in Washington. During his CDR. MASON seven children.: '


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1970
AGE 2 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER ,


Editorial mm a..M>1 1evifle



Learn While You!. $eve I f3.L r$ f b ,i7c

\ 4I ,.vk.CATHOLIC

No matter where you are stationed, you can broaden your education. ) ,I
And it doesn't have to be through correspondence course, either. \

There are historical places to visit, people to meet, and, possibly, a ( .
new language to speak.
How much are you learning from the area in which you are !
NAVAL AIR STATION
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stationed?
Whether in this country or overseas, almostjevery area has points of Saturday Mass 5 P.M. l

scenic or historical interest. Visiting them can make. your tour of duty Sunday Mass- 11:00: A.M. s?
'i' Daily Mass11:SO A.M. (
\
more enjoyable.
People of the area to which you are assigned can help you gain Saturday Confessions .
greater understanding of the area, culture and customs. And as 10:30.: 11:15: a.m.

America's ambassadors in uniform, getting to know and understand
.
people of a foreign country will not only make your tour of duty more NAVAL HOSPITAL .
interesting, but will help our nation as well. Sunday Mass 8,A.M.

If you are stationed in the United States, there are unlimited activities -
to occupy your off-duty time. Most areas have museums, k.i1ir NATTC
universities, concerts, sporting events and stage productions that Sunday Mass 930A.M.-

furnish entertainment all year around. Bldg. 500 .
With few'exceptions,servicemen and women have more opportunityto

travel and visit new places than any other segment of our PROTESTANT
population. Millions of people spend billions of dollars each year to

travel.to.the far corners of our own country and the world, squeezing NAVAL HOSPITAL '

into two or three weeks vacation many of the sights and activities we Sunday Worship 10 A.M.NAVALAIRfiTATION .
too often take for granted or ignore.

Get the most out of your time in the armed forces. Take full ad- -.
'\ vantage of every opportunity you have to see and learn more about' Sunday ,

your own country and the places where you are stationed around the Holy Communion ;' 8:30: '

world. A.M.,Bldg. 750 I

i4wt Church School (all'ages. ),
J !
Ingredients for Greatness A.M.

ery 1 Junior Church (Nursery .
". LuYAa grade 6)) 10 A.M.. i

,: Divine Worship Service
By Lt.A.R.Taylor, CHC, USN SUMMER SCHOOL Summer Vacation Bible School under the ,N
10 A.M. Bldg. 750
direction of Lt. Jack Golie, was held at the Chapel Annex from August '
'Whoever would be great among you must be your servant, and 17-21 The school was directed at youth from pre-schoolers to lunlor Junior Youth Fellowship

whoever would be first ,among you must be your slave.' Those words high students and its purpose was to help make religion a working 1 P.M. Bldg. 722 .

are Jesus' response to the woman who came to him and pleaded: part of their lives. Through games and song stories and projects Senior Youth Fellowship .,'
'Promise that these two sons of mine will sit at your right hand and program emphasized the meaning of Christian spirit. The junior high 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722 '

your left when you are king.' girls had a charm course emphasizing outer beauty as well as inner 4

Prestige, prominence, success, superiority that's what that beauty and radiance. Tuesday 1
woman wanted for her sons. Well, such is a mother's desire for her
children. To be successful and to go far in life that's what;I she Christian Science Ser ;
wanted for her sons. vice 7 P.M.

And who doesn't feel within himself, at least to some degree, the I

compulsion- the inner drive to be successful? Wouldn't you rather Thursday
1a&rQe
.be a big wave, instead of a small ripple?' Senior l Choir Rehearsal" .' :
The world's idea,of success is like a pyramid with the great men
7 P.M Bldg. 750 /
standing at the peak and most people scrambling to reach the next ,I .j

higher level ,where there are fewer equals and ..more subordinates..' 1
''What's your definition of greatness? Jesus defines it'in these terms: The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different 'NATTCDivine :':
'Whoever would be first among you must be your servant, and meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves week-day meals as follows) Worship -12 P.M. :
breakfast. a.m. to 7:30 a.m.; dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to
whoever would be first must be slave. Bldg. 500Evening
among you your $:JO p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast Si:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.J '
Jesus' Gospel is an insurgent Gospel, a Gospel that turns things dinner .11 a.m. to 12i30 a.m.; supper 5:00 p.m. to 6:15. Both Dining halls ob Worship P.M.
upside down, a Gospel that flatly contradicts and denies the accepted serve the same hours on week-ends and holidays: early breakfast 4:30: a.m. to Bldg. 500
8:30: a.m.j brunch 9i30: a.m.to 12:30: p.m.;and supper.4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m.
order. It is a challenge flung in the teeth of standards that men take for Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for IS I
granted. Christ's idea of greatness is like an inverted pyramid. And cents dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for SO cent*. '

the nearer to the peak that you get, the greater the burden of love,
and .The Paul wrote these words about :
concern care you carry. Apostle Friday,August 21 Tuesday,September 1 Traffic
Jesus: 'Though he was in the form of God, he did not count equality I I
with God thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, taking the form of BREAKFAST Hot Grits, Eggs to BREAKFAST. Hot Oatmeal, Eggsto !
a servant. Order, Home Fried Potatoes, Grilled Order, Creamed Beef on Toast, ViolationsThe
Ham Slices, Sugar Rolls Hashed Brown Potatoes, Bear Claws !
Moro Oats Afthorlzed' by CNO DINNER Pepper Pot Soup, Baked DINNER. Creole Soup, Oven Roastof
Early Chicken and Rice, Creole Scallops, Veal, Natural Gravy, Mashed
Tossed Green Rice, Buttered ,
Potatoes Bread Dressing, Buttered
(Continued from Page. 1)) citizenship by completing three Asparagus, Yellow Cake, Banana Green Beans, Fruit Gelatin, Whipped following is a report of \
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deployment years of active service,and those Cream Icing.SUPPER Topping. motor vehicle accidents and j
Personnel in medical status, who wish to complete 18 months Fried Fish' Platter, SUPPER Beef Stroganoff, Hashed traffic violations for the period
Macaroni au Gratin, Stewed Brown Potatoes, Buttered Mixed
unless released from treatment, active duty to qualify for VA Tomatoes, Okra, Buttered Brussels Fresh Frozen Vegetables, Harvard August 10 16.
and those in a disciplinary status benefits are also excluded. Sprouts, Baked Cherry Rice Pudding. Beets, Cherry Pie.Wednesday I

will not be released.Those with Reservists who are separated Number of Accidents
Saturday,August 2t
minor infractions may be early under this program will not September 2 !
processed at the discretion of lose their veterans benefits. EARLY BREAKFAST .. Hot This week 2
their commanding officers. Farina, Eggs to Order, Hot Griddle BREAKFAST. Hot Farina, Eggsto Total accidents this year through I
Personnel Vietnam and aboard The Navy will continue to use Cakes, Baked Beef. Mash, Cake Order, French Toast, Baked August 16 208.Number ;
station those more selective reenlistment Doughnuts. Sausage, Patties, Cake Doughnuts. I
permanent ships, of accidents through
BRUNCH Vegetable Soup, Grilled DINNER .. Knickerbocker Soup,
scheduled for transfer to the fleet policies with emphasis on Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes, Virginia Baked Ham, Pineapple August 1969 .281..
reserve or retired list, those on reenlisting only ,well qualified Boston Baked Beans, Ice Cream Cups Raisin Sauce, Stewed Sweet Potatoes, Total,number of days since last 1,
active duty for training, aliens career-motivated petty officers SUPPIR..Southern. Mashed Fried Potatoes Chicken,, Black Eyed Peas, Seasoned Spinach, injury in a motor vehicle accident

who have no reserve obligationwho ,who are the Navy's greatest Cream Creole Summer Gravy Squash, Buttered Ice SUPPER Cream ,Sundaes.- Roast Beef au (us 74. I
desire to qualify for U. S. asset. Lima Beans, Upside, Down Cake. Natural Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
Buttered Lima Beans, Devils Food Number of Violations
Sunday,August 30 Cake, Mocha Butter Cream Icing.

EARLY BREAKFAST Hot Oat- Thursday, Septembers 3 This week 71 1
meal, Eggs''to Order/ French:Toast, Speeding 9 j
JAX AIR NE'\NS Grilled Sausage Patties, Raisin Rolls. BREAKFAST; Hot Grits, Bacon Reckless Driving 5
BRUNCH Chicken:Noodle Soup, Omelet, Griddle Cakes, Deep Fried .
Baked Ham, Macaroni and Tomatoes, Fish Portions, Home Fried Potatoes, Going through stop sign. 4 .
., ., Mashed' Potatoes, Buttered" 'Green. Sugar Rolls Other violations 53 '
'to""I Peas,' Ice Cream Cups ,J'' DINNER-".Tomator Soup,
{ The MX, AIR'. NEWS is 'a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper SUPPER -' Split PM Soup,' Grilled Oven Fried Chicken, Chicken Gravy, Fifteen' 'drivers' 'appeared
"11". distributed each ,Thursday at'th, U.S.: Naval Air Station Beef Steaks,Mushroom Gravy, Baked Mashed :Potatoes, O'Brien Squash,
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing' Company, a Potatoes, Buttered Wax Beans, Club Buttered Fresh Frozen Broccoli, before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
I Spinach, Strawberry Short Cake, Butterscotch Brownies. August 20. Disposition of ,the
'" private/irm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS (SUPPER' Barbecued Beef, Shoe cases included the following:'
a, must forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Monday,August String Potatoes, Simmered Kidney Eight lost driving and parking
Jacksonville, by U:00.noon on Monday bef ore'publication. News Beans, Buttered Peas and Onions,
Creamy Rica Pudding, Fruit privileges aboard station for
Topping.
'items welcomed from all 7723118
are sources Telephone or
BREAKFAST Hot Grits, Eggs to various periods; four were
3119. .Order, Peach Hot Cakes, Broiled assigned to complete an eight
Bacon Slices, Cinnamon Rolls
hour course in remedial driving
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries ;
Beef four received suspensions two
DINNER Vegetable Soup ;
concerning such should be directed to
:
Pot Pie or Shrimp Curry, Steamed w were given warnings; one was
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Rice, ,Buttered Brussels Sprouts, 'dismissed; none were fined (U.S.
Curry Condiments of Chopped Beans,
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla.,''32210. Diced Eggs, toasted Coconut Minced Commissioner); and two were
Telephone 388-2755 .- Cherries, Pepper Rings, Chutney e ffjt ,referred to their commanding
Sauce, Spice Cake, officers for possible disciplinaryaction.
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VOL. 28 NO. 23 AUGUST 27, "1970 SUPPER Grilled Hamburgers or Four drivers
Cheeseburgers, French Fries, italian' were assessed.
Baked Beans, Cranberry Crunch twelve traffic points.

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Cecil Improves Navy Cecil Plans

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High, School .

Exchange Check-Out 4VA1 ? ; r
Night Class ;,1

Several changes have been There is a hanging sign in 1
; introduced at the Navy Exchangeas dicating which register is Cecil-The station educational ;!.
a result of recommendations reserved. services officer is making )
: made at the monthly Navy Ex Signs have been placed in arrangements with the adult <' ,
. change and Commissary Store structing customers as to which education section of Florida ?
advisory board meetings.One registers can ring up the different Junior College to conduct a high ; ,
checkout register has been departments of merchandise. ** t< school review class at Cecil in the 1\ '
reserved for use by tuniformed Benches are being installed f ie evenings; }
personnel only' in the main store. outside of the retail store and in dYA Classes are tentatively set to :-
the laundromat for footweary ,start Sept. 8. Pope Griffin'' the
Class 'A' Slot customers. k FJC adult education section will
A special order and customer give a talk on the classes and J
suggestion counter is being setup their objectives and
Pro Pay Okayed in the country store. Patrons requirements at 10 a.m.Sept. 1 in
I should use this service to make Rm. 41,,Bldg. 41 (Photo Lab).
suggestions or register com; V
i I' For Counselors plaints. : Classes will meet twice weekly \\
The bid for construction of the' ,i for 15 weeks, and each class must ); ]
An extra $30 a month new retail store will bean shortly;: i. 'consist of at least 22 students. ;(\
proficiency pay.,has been There will be more on this later,, educational services officer f<
authorized for career counselors but the groundbreaking isn't far II is currently making a <
in special bureau controlled survey to determine if there are ij;
, Category 'N,billets. off.Christmas is not far away and I sufficient personnel interested in }\
The billets are aboard carriers, toyland is now in full swing. Shop, DANOERI Jack Jourdan,, Ntvaf Air Systems Command having'the class.Interested ,;'
cruisers, amphibious assault now.:and use the new Navy Ex representative, Atlantic, displays the two-inch fangs of a 514 foot personnel should ,
ships, command ships, tenders, change layaway plan.. diamondback rattlesnake he killed near Cecil Field They're plentiful contact or visit the ESO In Rm. j,
carrier air,wings' fleet air wings '. this time of year, so when you're out In the boondocks, watch your 207,Bldg. 41, as soon as possible. >i
and mobile' construction battalions step. Rattlers don't give ground ,
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Smaller afloat commands '" ,
''I have representation at the (
t division, squadron and group ,

I I levels.The pay is direct result of a ,, .
recommendation by the I
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retention secretary task of the force.Navy's career : Things. arelooking

Eligibility requirements are y
outlined in BuPers Instruction '
, 1430.121 Change 4 of Aug. 13, 1970.

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I I Cecil Recruits up. 1(

I Chess PlayersEver "


1 backed a senior. officer "
into a corner? Well, here's a No all townto "
more running over ,
chance to dolt..on a chess board.A ..
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do
chess club is plannedat your banking. '
Cecil Field if enough ;., r
chess players respond to the Here's your chance to become a 1""
I recruiting, and local contests will
be arranged. one-bank f family. ;

I So if you like intellectual Why not conduct all of your bank-
j games,sign up now at the Station ing business under one roof.
Library
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nient, efficient way to do ,

I HONDA its It really doesn't make ;

MOTORS& CYCLES CO I -1 much sense to have savings account '
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I PHONE 771-8244 with another. safe deposit box witha i

third. ..and a loan with a fourth. That's
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simply a waste of time and money. \

! That's right.

And we're a full-service bank. So why '

1 'MOTORSPLENTY bother r wiWhe;t) ;hassle and !frustration j I : '.

of running all over town to, handle your, .,./ -1 t I I ,

finances, when you can'do it all with us.

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: Navy Relief Schedules rar Club If


I Class For VolunteersJax SchedulesPIRATES :



( In a letter to all wives of Relief Society's volunteer classes COVE INN ,
( the naval community, RAdm. scheduled to commence September i j
Lawrence Heyworth Jr., announced 10 in Building 501 at Tonight through Sunday hear
J plans for the Navy NATTC. the sounds of Ronnie and the Soul

t The classes will be conductedby Society and Lorenzo's Soul
Mrs. Pat Anderson from the Treatment on Monday. The
Navy Relief Society Brothers will make 'an appearance -
Headquarters in at the Pirates Cove
,
I C. They will r Tuesday evening and the Fourof
history of the :, Clubs will be on stage Wed-
i policies and nesday night.
these elements may :: ,
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volunteer work. ,, ACEYDEUCEYCLUB
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valuable : .:; ,
Navy will be : : : ,, ;' The Four of Clubs will be appearing -
'The classes will .,> at the club Friday
a.m. to noon ; ,", '( evening,'and Tommy. 'C' will be
t through 25. Free { : f highlighting Saturday night.
Jt be provided at the : f : There is a Happy Hour scheduled
sery while the for, each Wednesday evening
session. Credit for ; : : from 4:30: to 6,and a cocktail hour I
r : ) :,; each Thursday night from 8 until
will be applied to the i; ; : '
All wives are :: : ; 9p.m.
i ; :
and are requested ; ; j ''' r
Navy Relief Office : CPO CLUB
Mrs; Anderson. 389-5308 before ..,. Jr.,
I ,there will be dancing to Phil
( : citation Cay and the Chantels Friday
night at the Chiefs Club and on
iinun nun Saturday Mel Gaden will be on
( ) hand with more music. The Fourof
Clubs will be on stage Sunday

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I LOW RATES EASY PAYMENT tasting Tonight from there 7 to 9 will p.m.,be followed wine-
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GeneralAgents for : by Beefeaters Night. A Fisher-
will
AMERICAN SERVICE MUTUAL INS. will mans, Buffet is planned for ,:
tomorrow evening. Reservations
/ CONTINENTAL 41 for this event are being taken at J I
at the the club, at ext. 3041. Also that
i: INSURANCE UND night there will be a NAS officers .
= = the Hail and Farewell party. ,
6479 Saturday evening's entertainment f
,.Roosevelt Blvd., 388-7676 Near local will consist of dinner !
and dancing to the Clubmen and
\. in- the'regular Cocktail Hour and
\ '
t Sunday Buffet are scheduled for
J 1J Sunday. There will be bridge
1 there. Tuesday morning at 10, and a \
Happy Hour at Ceciling Zero with
tde is dinner in the main club on
1 eUa4 &-12BY 21)1 as Wednesday.

t BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS .lot USO CLUB

On Friday evening there will bea
Girl of the Month party at the A I
USO, and Denny Times will be
of
the appearing here Saturday ,I
evening.'The Sunday Vesper Ser
I -- vice and refreshments will be
provided by the USO Junior
Volunteers and the free feature I
movie,, that night will be '!
'Gathering of Eagles.! Each ,
Tuesday is Game Night and ,
every Wednesday Al Albert will I
MC a record hop. '

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Newest Cutback Program Sets " :,,,1 j

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Early Outs for 'Poor Performers' ;, ;,

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s Jax .... Due to increasing whose presence creates bad indicates a willingness to release '))1

financial and personnel cutbacksand morale. them with reliefs being provided .;;
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I f !"P'a' efforts to create a more This program will not affect on an available basis. ,

professional Navy, enlisted administrative separations. Only Individual counseling is important '!
personnel who are considered to those whose EAOS is on or before for those whose VA ;

be poor or marginal performerswill October 31, 1971 may, if they benefits will be affected by
be given early outs this agree, be discharged anytime discharge within less than 18
October.In during October this year. months active duty. Each candidate -
Deployed units returning for out
must
early understand -
to all hands the
a .
message
stateside in November or the ramifications of his
Chief of Naval
Operations
December retain members release and then
may early sign an
stressed the importance of well
until they return. agreement to released beforehe
J
qualified, professionally com Persons separated under this can be considered fully
petent personnel as the Navy'sgreatest
program must be recommendedfor eligible.
asset. He outlined a onetime *
discharge based on their Persons not considered eligible ,
release for
CHIEF RETIRES HMCS Oakley E. Schneider receives a plaque early, program record of service prior to Sep under the early out program are t
the
marginal or non-productive
from Capt. R, R. Gllletpy Jr., Hospital executive officer, upon,his performers who do not contribute tember 15.Agreements. those who do not agree to accept
retirement from 23 years of active duty and transfer to the Fleet to the ef- to extend enlist- discharge, those in medical
Navy's
significantly
Reserve. Chief Schneider plans to live in the Jacksonville area ments not yet in effect will be status (unless released from
fectiveness. cancelled and those with extensions treatment), persons in a
under this
Those who
come for advancement not yet disciplinary status (those with
MATSG Marines members who
ReUp (1))
category are
in effect will not be reduced in minor infractions may be
burdenfor
administrative
create an
I the command because of rate. Recoupment of reenlistment processed at the commanding
'
bonus for unserved. officer's discretion), those being
Two Honored at MastsJax indebtedness, non-sobriety,
J minor reenlistments will not be processed for administrative
repeated disciplinary
required. In every case those discharge, and those scheduledfor
Marine Air Training the same team spirit dedicationand infractions, etc.; ((2)) those whose eligible for early outs will be transfer to the fleet reserve or '
Support Group held ceremonieslast '.'can-do' attitude that he performance does not contributeto classified 'not eligible for retired listTake .
week in which two men himself has displayed as a unit readiness and mission reenlistment' 1J
reenlisted and Marine.JACKSONVILLE. effectiveness; .(3)) and those
two received Commanding officers must be
meritorious masts. -1reNT.flNmNmNwNmHMNNewseeuewwermIm1NmHNMmNMlu I: : : rII$...... I
aware that personnel considered stock in America' ,
GySgt. W. E. Ramberg, an AE eligible and who are released are
Around The considered nonessential; that Buy US. Savings Bond
school instructor, shipped over, NavyWASHINGTON..The 1
for four years, while SSgt R. A. the command, by such action,

Baseneran, an AE student, also _NNINININNINNN. ININININeeeNNeNINIIIINNeNNNNMNMINNNNNNNIININIINNINMINNMNIN I J
added four years to his enlist Personal motivation Programs for
ment. Depart.' youngsters in this area. The Increased Effectiveness and Promotions
ment of Defense has announcedthat utility boats are being used to
LCpl. J. R, Gellman received
shuttle children and their
U.S. military forces in the CALL HUGH HARKINS5710
meritorious mast for his effortsin
counselors Boston
Philippines are being reduced. through DISTRIBUTOR
changing the training group's Plans now call for military Harbor, pausing for 'landing 4252 Lakeside Drive
,: monthly newsletter into a weekly personnel to be reduced by about party forays' on harbor islands. DANKAMER CARD
I publication during the period 6,000 men, during the current MASTER CHARGE
from May 15 through Aug. 14, fiscal year. The Navy's 'share' of

1 the reduction will be about 1,600 PHILADELPHIA ... The USS '
1970.Meritorious mast was also held men. Jonas Ingram (DD-938)) was SPECIALRATES

f for SSgt. G. M. Gruen. He worked recommissioned August 1, FOR.SERVICEMEN

a as manager of the Westside BOSTON ... Small boats .and having undergone conversion to .
increase her antisubmarine
; Atlantic Bank's I Little League the crews from USS Intrepid J
warfare She .
Team, a joint military and (CVS-11)), USS Milwaukee (AOR capabilities. was I' <. It..
decommissioned ..
civilian league. 2)), USS Kansas City (AOR-3)) and April 1969. A. 56,00 Per Person

USS Allagash (AO-97) are Double Occupancy
According to the citation, helping make 'Boston Sum-

I Gruen instilled in the youngsters merthing' something big for the WASHINGTON ... The United
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Entertainment nicely, except Sunday, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at
press release to publicize its Hw's' Seafood Restaurant, 250 Beautiful roams with TV, Direct Dial,
Potomac Watergate concert for phone Olympic Swimming Pool. Fret Undercover Parking.

young people, held near the .
Lincoln Memorial. Noting that
VOf the musical endeavor was to be a
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ck f U.S. ,Academics
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/vft :,;. From th. ROOK SHELF I b'lr,;:s ::i: s Need Applicants



ftK Applications for those interested

_# l in applying for an appointment -
to the U. S. military

j\; Books Reviewed from the NAS Another unusual book that can academies U.are S. now Representative being ac-
cepted by
is AlYoung's
Library: give an evening's pleasure E. Bennett of
Charles
''t 'The Way of an Eagle', by Dan 'Snakes.' Al Young is a 8tYt Jacksonville.

4 Potter. Stein &: Day, 1970. young black poet currently Bennett said that all legal male
>J 'Snakes', by AI Young. Holt, teaching as Jones Lecturer in residents of the Third
Creative Writing at Stanford
1970.
; District who will
+ Writing. His first book of poetry, Congressional
:*> be at least age 17 and not over 22
'Dancing', showed him to be an
\' Two recent short novels with artist of great promise, and his, I at the time of entry in July,1971,
K i the accent be found y for to
on youth can reputation should be enhanced are eligible appointment .
y at your station libraries: by this first novel.'Snakes' u the U. S. Military Academy, U. S.
Y In Dan Potter's'The Way of an is a story of self- Naval Academy, U. S. Air Force
\= Eagle' a young man who calls Academy and the U. S. Merchant
discovery, the first account -
person
himself sails into small
Buddy a Marine Academy.
of a sensitive adolescent
:' midwestern town on a white Applications are available at
named MC trying to find himselfas
\\l motorcycle decorated with a he in the city of 352 Federal Building, Jackson-
I', black dove. A group of idle Detroit grows with up his grandmother.She 41 f;n i, ville, Fla. 32202, or 2113 Rayburn'

> citizens greet his arrival with plays the numbers he plays 9 House Office" Building, ,
; a '
'? silent astonishment. Their first the electric guitar. Music is the Washington, D. C. 20515.
is that here is real live for is .
\ thought a Deadline applying on or
reality to him. Nearly .. foot hurdle Is
one
( RIDING DEMONSTRATION Jumping over a three
hippie descending into their quiet before September 30 in order
/ everything else is confusion. MC one of the skills taught to students in bask equitation classes as this be
that
" community. proper arrangements can I
is fortunate in one respect: his
',( Hippie or not, Buddy certainly music gives and student demonstrates ,with her horse. made for those who wish to take I
[ proves different from anybody purpose the competitive Civil Service
" ,direction to his life.
i? they had ever known. He immediately While still I in high school he Riding Stable Begins Class examination' which will .be heldon .
hires himself out to the
t forms a dance band with a small October 3. ,
owner of a local gas station, and cut Jax students to the Intermediate Bennett said that there will be J
group of friends. They a Registrations are now progress, -
begins to changethelives of those of the one vacancy at the U. S. Military ,
record, 'Snakes' from an original being accepted at the Special stage course
around him by ,his unorthodox composition by MC. The record, Services Riding, Stables for the where they are taught riding Academy,West Point,N.Y.,; one .i
; actions and points of view. becomes a local smash hit and fall and 'winter riding classes finesse. Riding perfection in the vacancy at the U. S. Naval
3 Somehow he 'forces each one to gives them momentary fame and scheduled to begin September 8. different stages of the trot, Academy, Annapolis, Md.; one'vacancy
t look inward and take a good look modest success. The involvementand Military personnel and canter, field gallop and turns is at the U. S. Air Force

V- .> at himself. integrity they bring to their dependents between the ages of 8 achieved during lids part of the Academy in Colorado; and 10
I Though Buddy is a gentle, nominations to the U. S. Mer-'
music during their brief time and 65 are invited to enroll. course.
t loving young man and wins the together create a new world for Classes are conducted daily Following the Intermediate chant Marine Academy, Kings
love of his employer and the rich Tuesday through Saturday and lessons is an advanced course of Point, N. Y. to be made as a

t man's spoiled;! daughter, he is not MC.After graduation from high 'special instruction may be' equitation which .teaches the result of this examination.
understood liked of the
most
by school the group breaks up and he arranged on Sunday for .those students skills that will, qualify
r community. The story moves goes off to New York City la ,who cannot attend the regular them to ride in hunts and horse
II' toward an.' inevitable confrontation and- young man beginning to understand classes. shows. Students who so desire Nuclear Program

I between Buddy himself at last. The Under the direction of Stable may continue the program for up
! and his enemies. This beautifully reader puts down the book feeling Master D. E. Sandy, the students to three years.Instruction .'

t written John book Steinbeck's'has been compared classic that he has been a part of the ,begin the course by learning fees are $3.00 per Raises OpeningsWASHINGTON f
with difficult process of his attaining basic equitation. They are taught lesson for Basic and Intermediate
; 'The Pearl. manhood. how to achieve total mastering of students, and$4.00 or

------ .the,horse through the use of hand,' ,,$5.00 for'Advanced. The numberto -Despite Navy
:( leg and body movements.. call is ext. 3178 for.enrollment economics, the continuing'con-
'V BM Jones Piano Studio After about 40 lessons, the and information.BANKAMERICARDAMERICAN struction of nuclear powered
submarines increases the Navy's*

f fU Phone: 388. 7233 or 389 7044 EXPRESS- .STANDARD already all-time high need foi
enlisted in the Nuclear
{, MASTERCHAROE Credit! Cards Honored men
\ (JUST MIN. FROM NAS) Power Submarine Program.

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.- ROOSEVELTcar I'llMONDAYTHRUsAtURDA EN and BT ratings, E-2 through

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selected receive academic in-
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wash School for 24 weeks, Nuclear

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': ,, ,' }t\', 0/",'>'!\ ",<.\,t,. HOURS: 8:30: AM5:30PMRIVERSIDE training at the Naval Submarine
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<1'>>." it'.,: After successful of
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1). ','i r} ''{.5)', training, assignment will followto

'J' I KITCHENS Ballistic nuclear Missile billets submarines in Fleet

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"t, I (SSBN) ,or nuclear attack sub .
! .. t '{' l ( Formerly Prltchttt's Klt h.n') marines (SSN). Men receive
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J' .if. !
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" N, !"It t. I Open 11130 A.M to 10:00 P.M. ... er receive Pro Pay when serving in

'Jtl '!;\'.. ,f :. Friday and'Saturday,11:30 A.M.,to 11 P.M.'J v a nuclear billet they are career \i'
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M.' BRONCE WALLERU.S. milted
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SHRIMP r ; Transfer Manual
Navy, Retired $1.49 .-.,. :
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,I If you are interested in a about your ceramics while they
creative hobby that is simple, are being fired in one of the
relaxing and economical, the shop's eight kilns, for they will
ceramic hobby shop may have receive professional care in the
just what you've been looking for. hands of shop employee Blanche c
J Open to military personnel, McGrath. A'.
.. s.; .. their dependents and guests, the Located in Building 898, the
''T.."!I")wwow<> +.R shop provides all the basic ceramic hobby shop otters hoursof
1 Above. A long-time "employe equipment needed to fashion enjoyment to young and old
:. at the ceramic shop known to attractive and useful ceramic alike. Whether you are con rbT iTc
staff and customers as 'Mac' items. Dozens of molds are sidering selling'your products fora ;
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cleans antique finish. wide selection of beautiful and shop can meet your needs It is :
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By YNSN Stella GawllnsklRetirement

Coast Guard for the third time, structor at the AO "A School and
A
adding four more years to his likes to spend his spare time
Jax LCdr. Irvin E. Lovett military career. Cdr. Roy H coaching Little League baseball. I :t i
retired Tuesday in the office of Paxon Jr., conducted the The Springfield, Ill native is
NATTC Commanding Officer, ceremony in Capt. Kennedy'soffice married to the former Rose
Capt. John E. Kennedy LCdr on August 19. Marie McGill, and they have
Lovett was the superintendent SD2 Andaleon, who is a studentin three children The Gentiles
of the Aviation the AE 'A' School, has been in reside in Orange Park.
Ordnanceman School. He servedin the Coast Guard for 12 years and
this capacity from May until was previously stationed at Great Sixth Time Honorman
August 1970. Prior to that he was Lakes, aboard the Coast Guard
AN Charles M. Ohr has tied the
FOR SIX MORE-Staff Sergeant M. J.Gabor,AO'B'School student
the training officer for the AO 'B Tender 'SundewThe second
: record. He made Honorman of
at MATSG, receives an honorable discharge Friday prior to
School. class petty officer's favorite
Class 018A of the AO 'A' School reenlisting for six years Lt. Col. L. E. Blanchard, MATSG CO, offers
LCdr. Lovett'received a Letterof pastime fishing. He is marriedto for the sixth time. The Dallas congratulations
Appreciation from Capt. the former Norma Diaz and
native has an average of 96.17. He
Kennedy which expressed sincere they have two children. The 'will graduate from the school
gratitude for the honorableand Andaleons reside in Orange Wednesday.,
faithful service he has Park. ;
rendered to his country and for a A01 Gentile got his birthday off Honor Class
job well done. The captain also to a good start by reenlisting in 50% Oft
wished him continued success in the Navy for four years The The students of Class 101 won '
all his future endeavors. ceremony was conducted Friday the competition for Honor Classin
LCdr. Lovett was born in St. by Capt. Kennedy in his office. the AE 'A''School for the weekof
Augustine, Fla. He attended Gentile'has been in the servicefor August 10 through August 14.
Alachua High School in Alachua, 13 years and was stationed This was their second win, and Sheraton .
Fla., and enlisted in the Navy on''' with VP-45 before coming to they achieved it with a total of 945
August 12, 1941.' ,NATTCrHe: !is a', Phase I in-' points. r i.
He was first stationed here as a
student at the AO 'A' School. -- onweetends. ::
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Since 'then, LCdr Lovett' has Farewell Ceremony
t tIn
served at many places, including
,Norfolk and Oceana, Va.;
Memphis, Tenn.; Pensacola, To Honor Local Officers Stay at any Sheraton !Hotel: or Motor Inn
Cecil Field and Sanford,Fla., and the Continental U.S.,* at Ya the regular

Patuxent River, Md. He has ,Jax-Tomorrow marks the air welcome aboard Cdr. 'A. L. rate on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
d. served tours of duty with various station's Hail and Farewell Phillips,Cdr. J;A.Schriner, Cdr. nights. .
aircraft squadrons, and on board Party, 6:30: p.m. at the Officer's W. L. Parks, Cdr. R. A. Vessey, You don't have to be in uniform.All you .
numerous Fleet Activities which Club. LCdr. S. L. Snodderly, LCdr. F. need is your ID.
include the staff of Carrier Air. The informal party will T. Boucher, LCdr. L. P. Chan Next time, you get weekend pass
Group 10, the Commander In dler, Marine Capt. J. B. Creele, unwind in style at Sheraton.
Chief of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet in Lt., K. J. Cousson, Lt. D F. I
Norfolk, and Attack Carrier Air 'Reservations are accepted on a
Gruber, Lt. C. C. Lord Lt. D. A.
Wing 10.LCdr. Jump Chinoy, Lt. H. M. Northup, Lt. "Standby Basis" only and are subjectto
Lovett is married to the (jg) D. S.Vohnson, Lt. (jg) D. L. space availability at time of check-In.
former Edna F.McLeod and they Barber, Lt. (jg) T. M. Imphongand Offer does not apply to the St. Regis-
'f.' < have three children. He plans to the Ens. D. E. Collins Sheraton in New York City ::;
make his permanent home in on Farewells will be said to Capt.J \ '" '
Jacksonville and will be workingfor ; J. Lyons, Lt. W,,F,Crowley,, r .. : .@ "
a local real estate firm.Reenlistments Bond Lt. D. A. Boughan and LCdr. V. ,
L. Reeder. Retiring LCdr. R. T,
Kangas will also be honored at Sheraton-JacksonvilleHotel '

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this week. They are SD2 be $3 per couple. '
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FOOTBALL scrimmage, cut, and fell flat on game lead over second place VA. ?_ _
his face. Looks as though Ed 45 No.'2 and Operations.
VA-15 bowed to Ops, 16-2 In the
plans on transferring his Highlights of the season included
curtain raiser of the 1970 intramural

football race. diamond antics to the gridiron. 17 600 sets; 105 bowlers k

rolled 500 or better series; seven ; ,
Ops scored quickly on a 10-yard _1 ,
in of
pitch from Jim Sutter to lanky BOWLING single games excess 240
k John Newman who brought the National League: High series were recorded, and 61 other men

,ball ,down in heavy traffic in the went to Roberts ((551)), Oranec enjoyed 200 games. As evidencedby
end zone The same combination ((547)) and Spurgeon ((532)), the, above statistics, the
Spunaugle ((210)) and Spurgeon Midget has been found. The
clicked again on a 45-yard
gem.
Newman took a short pass near (205)) rolled high games. Mighty Mite took two weeks Tr=
the left sideline and outraced the Admin suffered a let-down and leave to get away from his arduous -

''I' defense to pay dirt. dropped three games to Dental. duties. Standings:
Both teams Meanwhile, runnerup VA-174 No. Admin 70.26
displayed a fine VA-174 No.1 58'12.25'2Dental VA-B2 hung their colors and Lt. Rich Brdiges. Standing
}X defense. 1 took four games and as a result
>' Ops permitted the find themselves half 58.34 for the second time in the VA-174 (left to right) are Cdr. Mac
only a
j| 'Valions to penetrate beyond down in the important game loss VA-72 < 48.36 ready room to mark the begin Gleim, X.O. of VA-82/ Lt. Shedd
1 mid-field' but VA-83 /2-42'/a
'j aroused VA-15 defense'stalled once, and an column the 'Hellrazors' have Medical 47.45 nlng of their transitioning to the Webster, Cdr. Jack E, Russ, C.O.
I an three of Operations 48.48 A-7E from the A7A. Hanging the of VA-174 Cdr. Gene Clemens,
nights bowling
more
{<' Ops drive on the one-foot line. remaining, while Admin has two AMD 44-44 flag are'(left to right kneeling) C.O.of VA-82; Ltjg( ) AI Sckwark,
Each team tallied safeties. NAMTDNo.l 1 31'a52'2VA174N0.2 '
on
} dates left.American. 32'/2.55'/2' Lt. Eric Jensen. Doug Bradt and Lt. J. J. Ryan
Ops fumbled a pass from center,
}i and Ed Lord he VA-15
trapped VA-46 NO.2 65V2' -34V2
i').: quarterback behind the line League: Bill VA-45 No.1 1 64-36
Rudles Rubies: A contingent of Monical paced the Midgets VA-45 NO.2 64.36Operations

Marines, led by Maj.j Bowers and keglers with both high game Marines 60.40 64.36
Sgt. Nelson scouted the opening ((258)) and high series ((605)). Five Weapons 48.52
? football game. It appears that the 200 games and 14 500 sets were Dental ,_ 47VZ' -52Vz'
\\ Marines are serving notice on the recorded by other league VA83VA46 V 47.53
t f rest of the league that they take members. Food Service No.1 1 47.53 45-55
( football seriously over at With but one night of bowling VA-174 43V2-56V
Yellowwater. Ed Lord took a remaining in the summer league, Supply 39Vz-60Vz
short pass behind the line of VA-45 No. 2 holds a slim 1 % AMD '39.61
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RING
.II' and Gray of Douglas Aircraft According to Gray, Lt. Cox Is the first pilot
\ DAY JEWELRY at Cecil to fly 1,000 hours in the trainer. Lt. Cox was previously attached .
'..!,., SIZING L1 to.,VA-45 which was ,recently decommissioned.
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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISING published 'the, following week unless the Thursday,August 27 Hospital: 'Goodbye Mr.

publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Chips',
NAS: 'Those Were The Happy
money order for the full cost of the ad must be
OFFICE Times' starring Julie Andrewsand Tuesday,September 1
received WITH the
copy for the ad.
4747 Richard Crenna Color
San Juan
Avenue, RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) 2.00
NAS 'Two Mules For Sister
musical E. ((160 mitis.) :
Jacksonville, Florida :
Per additional line ((4 words per line) SO Cents Sara' starring Shirley Maclaln
Hospital: 'T":' Brain' starring
David Niven and Jean Paul and Clint Eastwood. Color

Belmondo. Color comedy. 'G' E. western comedy. 'GP' V.G. ((116

((100 mins.) mins.)

;' 'jA .:. 'M. Yti i:;:i );} +[,; .1: 5iIr .:' jlll 12 x 50 trailer FOR, 2 BR RENT, $85 per mo. Elec. Friday,August 28 Hospital: 'The Lawyer'

& Gas Incl.) 9967 Bobby Rd. off Connie Wednesday,September 2
Jean. 3892618.
NAS: 'Z' starring Yves Montand
SERVICE WIVES JUSTISS TRAILER PARK and Irene Pappas. Color drama.'GP' NAS: Captain Nemo and the
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS, clean modern 'UNFURN. HOUSE Underwater
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. ,E. ((127 mins.) City' starring
387. 626 or trailer and Apts. 3893007. 2 BR, Kltch. Equip, Murray Hill $75 a
Robert and Chuck
Connors.
1022 Park Street, 3547888. Ryan
mo. Avail 93. 771.2877 or 3894275.
Color science fiction. 'G' V.G.
HELP WANTED MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea Saturday,August 29
Typist, Accurate, 75 wpm on electric ( Mobile Home Park) Vi mile ((105 mins.)
machine, also general office work, no North of NAS, lots and rentals. Near NAS: 'The Undefeated Hospital: 'Two Mules For
boring routine, $2 per hr or more schools and shopping center. Clean, fft,; WT''i: }l'N': >>:'' ;;;:Ii;'' ''';::1 1 I 1 ; starring John Wayne and Rock Sister Sara''t
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name. and phone number 12 wide, 2 BR, Private lot, off tires Exceptionally. clean cond., Arthur Kennedy. Color western. on sale at Special Services, Bldg.
f Ricker Rd.$100.a mo.$25 deposit. 725- Completely original, Priced to sell. ((95 mina) 704:
0574 or 7713112. $500. BT1 Kelley Jax Ext3731-Days JACKSONVILLE SUNS ,
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53 FORD DOOR $3$4$5. .
NAS: 'Goodbye Mr "
V-8, Stick, R&H, one-owner, $280. Chips'starring DUKES vs FLORIDA Sep..
BE A RADIO OR ASTRO MOTORS Peter O'Toole and
tember 12, Gator Bowl 700.
TV ANNOUNCER 6566 Normandy Blvd. Petula Clark. Color romantic '
MOUNTAIN & FLEETWOODMAC
Recorded message by leading an. musical. 'G' E. ((151 mina)'
tells how. Call 'HIDDEN WATERS' September 19, Jax
nouncer you any hour 69 FIAT Hospital: 'The Undefeated'
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots
3552944. Coliseum $3.00 $4,50
available. Excellent fishing, boating, Take up payments. 786-1516 after 6. Monday,August 31 ATLANTA ,HAWKS vs
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also
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Consoles some with AM-FM, tape lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake FOR SALE ,23, Jax Coliseum $3, $4, $5.
players. At dealers cost Jo liquidate Asbury on No. 209.. La Rue 7253992. 1965 Plymouth Fury,AC, PB, PS, V-8, Barry Newman and Harold .. ..., ..
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'AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your 1966 VOLKSWAGENGood
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carport, $1,100.00 dn. or equity. V-8, 5500 miles, 5 yr. 50,000 mile
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GEORGE'S KENNELS
Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded.
Pick up & Delivery Available. WINDSOR FORESTFor ARE, YOUR VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. sale or rent. Walk to Elem. or Jr. ,
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard High. Fenced 3 BR, 2 B, Brick. En. LEGAL AFFAIRS
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 trance hall, eat In kit., fam.'rm. ww SELLING USED CARS
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Raytheon, big Ross recorder, 66. VW Station' Wagon $1350
outrlggerS, fish box, marine .head, 4 .
$5,500 firm, can be. .financed, phone Radio and heater

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Drapes Carpets '
'Model,75 hp Evlnrude, mechanical! Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.: 63 to 69 .MANY TO SELECT FROM!
steering, heavy duty tilt trailer, with '
big wheels and new tires, coil springs, SPECIAL! i
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'4, i Be Removed From Active DutyWashington


t'. (AFPS) The Atlantic Fleet Alfred A. Cunningham, John W.
Navy has identified the 55 ships Thomason, Fechteler, Arnold J.
that it announced will be retired In Atlantic, the minesweepersNimble Isbell, Benner and Herbert J.
from active duty with the Pinnacle, Sagacity and Thomas were listed.
Atlantic and Pacific Fleets over Skill will be deactivated. The
wY Also, the tender Isle Royale;
f y tD the next six months. attack transports Cambria, the degaussing ship Surfbird; the
The Aug. 7 announcement by amphibious cargo ships Rankingand minesweepers Catskill, Lucid,
4+ Navy Secretary John H Chaffee Vermillion, the destroyer Prime, Acme and Advance; the
reduces the Pacific Fleet by 41 tender Tidewater, the landing repair ships Klondike, the mine
P ships and the Atlantic Fleet by 14. ships Fort Mandan and Walworth countermeasure support ship
More than 800 officers and County, the ammunition ships Cormorant; the landing ships
13,000 enlisted men are serving Mauna Loa and Wrangell, and
Sutter County, Tioga County,
-M\ aboard the ships. Seventeen are the oilers Aucilla and Allagash
Outagamie County, Page
combatants including the attack rounded out the Atlantic ships to
County, Terrell County and
carrier USS Bon Homme Richard be taken out.of. the fleet
Washoe County.
and the cruiser USS St. .
heavy ''
Il Also, the oilers 'Platte,
Paul. The remaining 38 and
Chemung, Mattaponi
scheduled for inactivation are Pacific Fleet Meches; the store ship Procyon,
auxiliary, amphibious warfare the ammunition ships Paricutin,
1 l or mine warfare ships. The carrier Bon Homme Firedrake, and Virgo, and the
The average age of the ships is Richard, the cruiser Saint Paul; submarines Diodon and
Bugara
23 with the oiler USS Walke
years and the destroyers ,
and the
tr. Platte,the oldest,with 31 years of Mansfield, Lyman K. Swenson, Seafox Seminole.amphibiouscargo
1 duty in the Fleet. Collet, Frank Knox, Taussig, ship <
SIGNS FOR SIX Nancy Watson and LCdr. Ralph Ooilln, AOMD I
\ officer, watch as AMS2 Kenneth Watson signs the papers to add six JORDAN'SHOUSE .
\ years to his eight .year Navy career Watson works In Air Operations Protect Children From .
" Maintenance Air Frames Division. WASHING

Poisonous, Household Items MILDEW REMOVALJOHN
\ JORDAN ; GRANT 7710473tt4

i WASHINGTON Medicines, medicines are stored. Even some ..............,
103rd at Blinding cleaning materials and pesticidesare highly potent barbituates are r. PNONI 31e.ea36
Thursday. thru Saturday among the tempting poisons attractively colored and I I 1
which each year take the lives of flavored. These should be locked I i
: many small children. Thousandsmore away from inquisitive hands.The
( :; become seriously ill. same goes for razor blades. (] 1.
; Some children even like the 1
' ::' "' As soon as the child begins to taste of fertilizer and paint, 1 1 .-13aKiws tT I
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:,: ;,' crawl, the danger begins. He handily available in the garage. 1 JACKSONVILLE, rn. 32104WANTED 1
discovers the cabinet under the
> Gasoline Is ,another source of !
sink ,a cabinet filled usually poison.
with polishes, detergents and I USED CAMERAS AND :
cleaners. A careful check kitchen,bath
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and garage should reveal the EQUIPMENT. WE PAY 1
. 11111 When the youngster starts to worst offenders. Children get into 1 TOP DOLLAR 388-8535
i 111J11 climb, the hazard extends to the enough trouble without making it 1'BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! 1.
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We have 6 (yes six) swimming pools. 0 And ,,,,nro 2045 Jammas Rd.,Jacksonville.. Fla.
2 tennis courts 0 Plus shuffleboard and bad. a Phone:781.3818 .
t; minton 0 With con eniW young neighbors to RENTING HOURS:
help enjoy them. D All only one block from Y Mon Thru Sat:8:30.6:30: : ; Sun. 1.6:30:
golf and an elementary school-with other
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DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt ,
Blvd.
I schools, shopping centers and boating min t turn right on San Juan-Continue
past
AUTOMOTIVEDIAGNOSTIC utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the f.C Cedar Creek bridge to Jammcs Road
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown -turn left to apartments '
Jacksonville in 15. 0 Apartments have indi ,. \

A" CLINIC vidually ing, carpeting controlled, draperies heating and and air sliding condition glass .....,

door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can .
Engine Performance .Cooling System move into a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment today. l.": \jRLEN t
, t ,..: Fuel System Brake System Furnished or unfurnished. S-I15 O3>>
' \, Ignition System .Wheel Alignment FROM I /
I, 6,, 0" Exhaust System ,.Suspension
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Safety Council AnnouncesSeat (',


Belts Could Save 10,000 ,1Jf.1\



CHICAGO Over the past cident Involvement rates tend to made.However,within the stated
several years, the National use seat belts less than driver limits, the National Safety
Safety Council has urged drivers groups with lower rates. Council has determined that:
and other auto occupants to Therefore, any study of seat belt 1)) During 1969, seat belts were
'buckle up for safety.' That is, to usage among persons involved in available to about four out of
wear seat belts whenever traffic accidents will not properly five passenger car occupants in
traveling in a car. represent the usage for the the United States;
The Council estimates that if general public. That is, it will 2)) Seat belts are used only
all those car occupants involved probably underestimate the about 40 per cent of the time, on
In traffic accidents last year were overall extent of seat belt usage. the average; and
wearing their seat belts, 8,000 to The only widelydiversifiedgroup 3)) Consequently, only aboutone
10,000 lives could have been of drivers to provide an- out of every three car oc'
saved.The council' also estimatesthat nual seat belt usage figures cupants are using their seat beltsat
from 2,700 to 3,300 lives were during the 1960's were those who any given time.
saved during 1969 because auto volunteered to have their These conclusions can be
occupants who were involved in vehicles safety-checked. Becauseof considered indications of the life-
traffic crashes were wearing their obvious concern for car saving capability- both realized : "
their seat belts. safety, this group's positive and potential that can come ;
How does the Council arrive at responses to questions on seatbelt about from the use of seat belts J Jl
this conclusion? The figures are usage could be expected to be by auto occupants.The .
projections representing the higher than that of the driving National Safety Council :: ... 1
professional judgement of the population as a whole. urges that the next time you hearor FROM NAVY TO COMPUTE RS'- PNC Douglas Werner renders his
Council's traffic and statistics Again, because of the numberof read the phrase, 'Buckle Up final salute to the sldeboys as he completes 20 years of active naval
departments and are based on a, variables involved, absolutely for Safety remember that last service. The transit personnel'chief has been ,studying toward his
number of industry figures and accurate estimates on' the extentof year from 2,70000 3,300 Americans associate's degree in data processing and will work as a computer 7
related factors: seat belt usage cannot be owe,their,lives to their seat belts. operator for'a chain of women's wear shops '
In discussing the extent of the,
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Promotion Slowdown Officers Wives ,


f I'f Results From Cutback ,/ 4 a Celebrate Start



,t 'WASHINGTON-No easy answers are being offered to Navy enlisted Of New SeasonJax

': personnel on the stringent economy moves now affecting the Defense : ,
Department,and which have already resulted in the decommissioning rr'S' The NAS Officers' Wives
;'' of)nore than 125 ships and a loss of 80,000 Navy officers and enlistedmen. f Club has scheduled a Coffee to

t startoff their 1970-71 season at the'
j In fact, further economies will Officers Club September 9. It will
) probably be made, according to short term as possible. --": ... begin a year filled with many new
'. VAdm. Charles K. Duncan, chief To avoid 'advancement members, new ideas and new
'
I of Naval Personnel. In his stagnation, the admiral has .. activities.
t, newsletter for June, 'Tides and undertaken the following actions: The club will be offering

> currents', he bluntly says that if Reenlistment quality control clashes: in art, bridge, golf,
these,economies take place, the program; Further limiting of tennis, horseback riding, stit-
t Navy 'will be required to Open Rates List; Establishment< ., '. chery, cake decorating and
decrease its personnel substantially of performance review boards for : flower arranging. Anyone, interested
C .' the top three enlisted grades; and .:;, in these classes can sign
'::1."Ii'. '
Administrative division of ; .,
i Advancements for enlisted up at the coffee where many of
men will obviously be affected by previously published senior and ..;. the teachers will have their
c the magnitude of the cuts, as well master chief petty officer quotas displays on hand.
I" as where the cuts will be made into a primary and alternate REPEATING THE ,OATH Eleven.year Nivyman, AMS1 Daulton Special guests will beJacksonville's
(for example, ships vex aircraft selectee list. W. Kirkland ships-over IrAlrcrlft Maintenance Department for six First Lady, Mrs.
The last action, the quota additional years. Ens. H. W. Schwartz administered the oath to the Air Tanzler John
,\ squadrons) Hans ; Capt. ,
Frames Division sailor.Foxes .
,division,was taken in the event of
VAdm. Duncan noted that Waters, USCG Ret. (Special
advancements based 'a drastic personnel cut in the assistant
are on to Mayor Tanzler);
'
3 "I current and future requirementsfor near future. Complete ExerciseJax RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr.,
';' 'personnel 'The present uncertainty 'To allow maximum and Capt. John R. Kincaid.
,) ,' he says, .'dictates flexibility,' the Chief of Naval Flowers will be presented, to
\; caution to ensure that viable Personnel wrote in his personnel Last. Friday,' the Mad, Cutlass,was'directed to maintain new members> and door prizes
y, career paths: are maintained and newsletter, 'we have had" to Foxes of Patrol Squadron Five, station in an area east of Norfolkfor will'be given"out.Reservations .
\ ,advancement slowdowns are as reduce quotas for primary commanded by Cdr. R. T. a period of 55 hours. During will be accepted
selectees from 577 to 379 for Thomas, completed their this time, the squadron used all by your command representativeor
,master chief petty officers and Operational Readiness means available to detect, call 264-5081 or 389-0922.
;' FRIENDLY, RELAXED& from 1,871.to 732 for senior chief Evaluation (OREThis) localize and carry-out simulated
\ QUIET ATMOSPHEREIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMMIIIIIIIIIIMIMMII petty officers.' evaluation was conducted by the attacks on submarine The for over two weeks and had little
Alternate selectees for E-9 will squadron's operational commander Mad 'Foxes delivered twelve'' knowledge of what was going on
I I' IDEALLY LOCATED FOR total 601, and for E-8, the number Fleet Air Wing Eleven, attacks on' top of the Cutlass in the world. To fill this void, the
1\\) CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. will be 1,797. There has been a as one part of 18-month corn during the 2% day operational ,Mad. Foxes made an 'Orphan
i CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, significant change in the namingof petitive cycle intended to test the period. The squadron expended Annie' drop for the submarine'screw.
CHURCHES AND alternates.'In squadron's operational nearly 200 flight hours, main- The drop consisted of

..............SHOPPING................................. 'the past,' VAdm. Duncan capabilities. It was, the 'final taining aircraft on station aroundthe water-tight containers stuffed
)) Mr. & Mrs. Payton Watson, points out, 'selection boards have exam', so to speak, to test the clock. with up-to-date newspapers and
) 771.6666 made alternates of all qualified adequacy of the squadron's The Cutlass had been out to sea magazines.
training since the last evaluation.
Take 103rd to' Firestone candidates who were not chosenas
),) Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks primary selectees. have, for The ORE consisted of written
) Past Forrest High School the first time, provided selection examinations for all flight-crew
{ boards with alternate selectee members, simulated emergency
'; CBoLONIALPOOREST quotas. This action makes the drills, an alert weapons load and,
number of alternates selected most important, an extended I
realistic and correspondent, I to period of free-play ASW
current needs. It also provides an operations against a U. S.
J adequate number of selectees to conventional submarine posingas
I 5928 FIRESTONE ROAD fill the original advancement an enemy.
quotas should,no cuts be made. The exercise submarine, USSCHIEF
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, 1111111a1111.. National Champion


Frank Schum, 52year-old
progress man at the Rework
Facility holds national class 'C'
Schum Wins canoe championship trophy while
discussing Sunday's racing
during which he won the tit I.. A
retired CPO,Schum hasworkedat
Top Canoe Trophy the local rework facility for the .
last nine years.

Jax A Naval Air Rework employee reached the Shifting Poles

pinnacle of canoe sailing circles Sunday when he won If an actual pole were planted
the Class 'C' national title on the Ortega River. at the South Pole a year later
it would be 260 feet beyond the ,
Frank Scnum a progressmanat geographic axis because of the ,I
the facility sailed his canoe Club Schum said that local slow movement of the ice cap. 1
into first place in competition Navymen interested in sailing I
with canoe racers from as far should come down to the club and
away as Ohio.A check into the ,opportunities Let theWANT
member of the
Seminole available for learning to sail.The
Canoe and Yacht Club Schum station's sail club is located
started learning to sail canoes six adjacent to the fishing camp.
ADS
years"ago after joining the club
and won his first championship in
1966 when he won the Class D'
'_
national title over the same .IIC.
course he sailed Sunday j
'Rules for competition are "
drawn up by,the American. Canoe ,*I
Association, a' national' .
organization with hundreds of
members throughout the country. '
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Class 'C' competitors must ""II',
have canoes 16% to 18 feet long. ',I,
The maximum sail that,can be 1 I';'
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rigged Is 55 square feet.
Schum said he prefers canoes \
over larger boats 'because of the ,
sensation of sailing as part of the
boa t.'
Now that he has won the :!
national title the''52-year-old ,;III ,
retired chief petty officer says he:
may give up the canoes and start
sailing'fulltime:in'a,new 16-foot
day sailer recently bought.
: 'I always said if I won the,title
I'd give up the canoes.At my age
you get pretty tired after hopping
around in a canoe for eight
hours/ remarked.,*, ,.,
'It feels good to be the national
champ but I may just give up
canoes' concluded the newly
crowned sailing champion.
Schum acquired 29 points
during three races to win the
title. Each race is 4% miles long
and contestants have two hours to NAME ONLY Playmate
maneuver, over the course. He Majken Haugedal, a native of I
completed each race Sunday in Denmark, is obviously all wo
about 1% hours In winning the man. It Juit goes to prove you
championship.' can't Judge things by name
A member of the Jax Navy Sail only. (Photo courtesy- Playboy)


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i1iGrid OfficialsJax A .: ;:,'; '{;:/:\ ; t !i"7!:'{:'; YI'!;?'rf:'::,: for talented servicemen to appear classical.The .
with well-known stars in an Musical Festival will beginits
Grid officials are still entertainment tour of military world tour October 16 at Ft.
urgently needed for the upcoming installations around the world Myer in Washington, D. C. and
intramural touch football season from October 16 to November 16. Ed Sullivan will act as emcee.
which gets underway Monday. The talent campaign, spon- Alan King, Teresa Graves, Roy''
Officials are paid $4 to $6 per sored by Bristol-Meyers- Clark, Louis Nye and Jeannie C.
) game depending ,on experience. Monarch Corp., is part of the Riley will be the' featured
Anyone interested in officiating Armed Forces Musical Festival celebrities who will share the
should contact the Athletic and Sweepstakes a fabulous stage at varipus\ festival sites "'
Director at Ext. 3239 today. military only promotion to bring with an outstanding con
top entertainment to military temporary musical group, 'The
a Bowling Postponed I bases while offering more' than a Blossoms of ,Spring and top
.. 1\.; thousand prizes including! 'air military talent selected in pre-
'The American League teams fare to anywhere,and a new car tour auditions.
iw each got in their opening contests for servicemen.. and, their Highlights of the tour will be 's.
h. Tuesday before the Bowling Alley families. aired on the Ed Sullivan CBS-TV
dosed to install new carpets. ,Producers for the show will'beat Show March '7. Selected clips '"
,, Action in the National Atlanticand Ft.Benning, Ga on September from'' films taken at the base .
Continental Leagues gets' 'to 25 and 26 to audition ,talented, shows will .provide, background "
started Tuesday i4 military personnel and depen for, live apperances by the
." y dents for appearances in the celebrities, and outstanding' :,
VW-4 Loses "',:> music festival there, on October military acts from the tour.
26. They will'alsobe, .,looking for, The NAS Public Affairs Off ice,
The Hurricane Hunters were especially talented individualsor in-
'Ext. 2379' or 2370; will have
eliminated in two straight gamesat ,. ,groups' to,appear on the' Ed 'formation about the festival and:
the Atlantic Fleet Softball : I' Sullivan show early next year., sweepstakes for' anyone who is
championships in Norfolk Va. They:are interested In'vocal or interested.,
last week. They traveled to the .
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tournament as a replacement for '"7" r 4 .. ..,..<'i"l _,, '.. '
VA. 'which had won the Com t \ Fair softball tournament here a Why Do You' See
week ,earlier. ,VW-4, finished HONORARY DARTER .. T. V, actress Phyllis Davis added a
,', second in the local affair sparkle to the cockpit of a VP-45 Orion during her afternoon tour of the
/, station last Thursday Appearing in 'Love, American Style/this fall
Handball Meeting Miss Davis also was an added 'dish1 during lunch at the messhall, and So Of' 'These
}, visited with several patients at the hospital before winding up her tour. Many

) An organizational'meeting for _
',\ the upcoming handball season
will be held in Bldg: 3 (Gym) O..olrd'H!.. School Offered D o
Tuesday at 9:30: a.m.,Players or [J SfltlGREENiCOVEtSPRINGS
team representatives are invited. Jax'' The, NAS Educational personnel and dependents is O
Services Office is now taking $2.00.
''W Golf.Sign Up registrations for a High School Classes will be held on Monday,
''J Review Program scheduled to andThursdayevenings from 6 to 9 ;
Intramural team golf captains begin September 10. in the Conference Room in
I' are urged to get their team Building 200.. Interested personsare
rosters,turned in to the Athletic Courses in history, civics, advised to ,contact the In Jacksonville: ? ,
II office by tomorrow. English and math will be offered Educations! Services Office by
in the 18-week program. The calling Ext. 2597 for further in. Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are
enrollment fee for both military formation. sold in Green Cove Springs;"and why there should be so many
NAVY modern, completely staffed new car franchises ,in a
I community of this size? For instance, in what other town of
Women Golfers I
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I i I Nf III i Tea less than 3,000 population will you find.offered complete linesof
Chevrolets Oldsmobiles, and all other major'American

Jax -. Are you a military wife Quarters 'A' aboard the air auto manufacturers. ? .. "
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!, / I' I who enjoys good golfing? Then station All Interested wives are -' m { r
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you are Invited to the Women's invited to attend this first event of 'fii' A'( : (''$ "tJ'I\'
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INSURANCEf Golf Association Tee-Off Coffee the new season In sporting attire "f 1' ;;'r.\
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f Friday, Sept. 11. Women's Golf Association is opento ''."..f;( <; "i,
: all military wives, active duty %',.\, ,u'i.
The 10 coffee will be in tl
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