Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1970
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33313438
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Marine, Navy Officers; Receive Bronze Star Awards 4>J

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Jax Two officers, Marine struction of a two room school participated in 13 major combat stored ammunition. In leapinginto the fire, he organized a waterline .I b."
Capt. Ronald L, Smith, Marine for the dependents of his Viet operations, five of which were the concertina wire, he using empty ammunition boxes: 'ti' :
Barracks executive officer; and namese Marine battalion.. .. joint operations with other Allied suffered numerous wounds on hisLt.Gtrootte to pass water. Through his quick Y"I: '
Lt Lawrence H. Garoutte, staff Forces. It was on one of these thinking and outstanding ,\ /
weapons officer at CF A W.l ,,have t missions that he earned the Navy leadership the fire was j i
received the Bronze Star for ( Commendation Medal for heroic ultimately extinguished. ', I '
Vietnam service achievement. Capt. Smith reported here as ,;i I
Capt. Smith received both the r On November 25, 1969 he was the Marine Barracks executive ; j
Bronze Star and ; e, lIe is, native of :,
the Navy artillery advisor with a brigade officer in June. a )
Commendation Medal with a.r of Vietnamese Marines on a ; V Hollywood, Fla. and is presently ;; I
Combat 'V"s for meritorious mission when suddenly, as his living in Orange Park with his ) f t
service as an artillery advisor to 'citation explains, 'an explosion tn wife, the former Miss Donna : !;
the Vietnamese Marine Corps occured near one of the gun Watson of Alexandria, Va. a 'j'}:
with the U. S. Marine Corps positions about 80 yards from his Lt. Garoutte received the "' Ii'''
Advisory Unit, U S. Naval Ad-' position. Without hestiation he I Bronze Star with Combat 'V' for ',, ::
visory Group from May 1969 to r ,K, 4* immediately ran to the gun I meritorious service as air )' \
May this year As advisor he position to determine what had j operations officer at, the Naval .j \;1
coordinated tactical air, artillery } occured. Support.. Activity Danang from <
resupply and medical 'The explosion_had.been.caused ,June 1969 until June 1970. ),.
evacuations made available, to by powder bags which had accidentally b During this time Lt. Garoutte ).? ,
his unit by area Allied forces caught fire. The explosion was responsible for flying the ,
Capt. Smith's I citation for the threw flaming debris command aircraft and planning t
Bronze Star states that throughout the I immediate area and coordinating all flight I t
'throughout his tour he constantly 'and fires burning hear 300 roundsof ; operations. His citation reads '>,<
advised the Vietnamese Marineson ammunition posed an immediate that ,'through highly efficient ? ...,'
artillery fire direction, tactical threat to their entire gun J .. ,., planning, mature judgement and '
fire, direction, fire support positions. ... the ability to weigh each mission ,)
coordination, battery gunner' Capt. Smith 'Exercising quick initiative and in its own light against risks'involved .
procedures! artillery materialsand personal courage, he leaped over he achieved an out 1'
the maintenance and care of 'having the welfare of the Vietnamese the wall into the concertina wire legs. standing record of service. I :
weapons.. Marines and their around ,the position. He, im Ignoring his pain, he continued 'He increased the amount of "i
His citation also credited him dependents always in mind.' mediately began fighting the fire single handedly to fight the fire. cargo moved by 240 percent and ,
with .r responsibility for the con- According his citation, he which was burning close to the ,In a final attempt to extinguish number of passengers carried by ":
40 percent. He made a singular '}
contribution to race relationships
'within the command'i by' 7
authoring a comprehensive race ,,2
-5L relations discussion program for ,
the 9000 enlisted men assigned to ,' '
the command. He personally'
instructed more than 100 .,+4\

discussion group leaders, \ )
resulting in highly, successful \k'\, :.
I '1 relations "
race program. "
Published by IhoHoU Publishing Company a private firm Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not I to be considered an offlcfal i I expression of any to CFAW- ;' -
"+ military,department, ,The appearance: of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement: of any military department of the products"or services advertised Lt., Garoute reported .
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". ... ",,.;;!f # Day, set by the Secretary 'of such things as how, to establish vote by submission 'of an ''FP
2s:4S;: ..,t '4i' Defense for ''September 25 to voting eligibility at home and CA.eventhough they live on a .
: emphasize the importance of the ''when to send for ballots. military base, they may vote in
; ''vote of military personnel, was a Even more important than this the state of that military base if : ;
S major topic at a seminar held publication is the Federal Post they are eligible.'
... August 26 at Hangar 1000., Card Application for absentee
S. ftj' Miss Military Voter 1970; ,SN balloting. Mr. Battaglia stressed The attending officers and PO's
I'i' Pat Sergent, and LCdr. Charles the point: 'Most military per-, were urged to take back with
: Battaglia of the Federal Voting sonnel do not know many them to their commands en-
.t ',14 \' Assistance Task Force were the states they can that to thusiasm for the.voting program,
: '< principles 'at the''Seminr" vote absentee by use of the and were asked to influence other '
z L1. 1 "' ;: currently touring the nation's FPCA'.' eligible voters to register and j
; IA\.fj";,;' ./ ./ \, naval installations as part of the1970Navy 'He went on, ...in many states vote in their state,, for the upcoming -

.. ... ... Voting Campaign. they can register and request an primaries and general
presentation consisted of a absentee ballot by submission of election, if they have not done so j
MARINE. Woodruff Is Marine movie explaining the history of FPCA..even their already
TOP LCpl. Stanley congratulated by the American ,voting' tradition one ; eligible ...............,......................................-.......-_. .....__._.
Barracks CO, Ma|. J..A. Lavin, upon his selection as Marine of theMonth.
and a speech given by LCdr.
", Battaglia, followed by 'a panel

Woodruff Is Selected discussion.Each voting serviceman shouldbe pa r

familiar with absentee votingas
playing an important part in i 9
of The Month the electoral process. The Voting d n9rr as s
r'Marine'\ : Assistance Program is concerned

with getting the absentee ballot

I-, Jax- A Meritorious Mast was during the Physical Fitness Test into the hands of as many as '-
| '. conducted Friday for LCpL in July 1970., possible.'' 'All military personnel
should that their vote
!' L. Stanley J. Woodruff in honor of .'LCpl. Woodruff, the maturity, '
!"I ra: ,A his being selected Marine of the sincerity and professionalismyou counts, stated LCdr. Battaglia,
'and that the absentee vote has
fo'Month for July. have during the
t displayed
f The Mast was held by Marine month of July is highly com- decided. many an election in thepast. i,
f. Barracks ,Commanding Officer, mendable and is example for
I' 555 Maj.j, J.A. Lavin, who addressed ,other Marines of your rank within 'In the Rhode Island Gover f
u LCpl. Woodruff as follows: this command to strive for.. You nor's election in 1962, RepublicanJohn
f, 'Your preparation for have substantially contributed to H. Chafee won his first term r / 1A A [ YI 1 1Nr
, ., timeliness in attending guard the success of the Guard of this by 398 absentee ballots. President S -
jt l' mounts as well as other Barracks, and you ,have main- Kennedy's margin of victory. in ;
,;a4'; scheduled activities has resulted tained the highest traditions of 1960 was by only 120,000 out of
in an outstanding appearance. In the Marine Corps and United 68 million votes cast. Putting this I. "t
; doing so, your personal appearance States Naval Service.' I into terms politicians best understand '
t' has been immaculate; LCpl. Woodruff also received a ,we note that there were .
'-', your military bearing outstanding meritorious promotion to his 165,000 voting precincts in 1960, .
': and numerous com present rank due to his out- making the margin of victory less, (
1 pliments have been received standing performance of duties.' than one absentee vote per .i.
v', concerning your abilities and precinct. I ,'
f \ smartness on duty. InsideMenu Mr. Battaglia made reference :f.i
'; ... 'You;, further, ,distinguished to the ,publication 'Voting Information :
l,J ::' yourself in outstanding physical Page 1970',.which contains '1';
:' SS/ S fitness, which is reflected by,the Club Schedule Page2 useful information concerning 'YOUR VOTE COUNTS' Taking his voting. privilege. ieriouily. F
Marine Barracks' record of 19 Movies Page the 1970 elections, registrationand PN1 Seaton Wilson Jr., FAETULANT, receives Ms federal post card .i,
minutes and 25 seconds you Sports Page 11 voting procedures. for all application for an absentee ballot from Miss Military Veto, SN',, Pat 'r)' :

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: I JI{&Jll 1 ViolationsThe Traffic

The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different is of motor
following a report
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves week-day meals as follows!
breakfast. 6 a.m. to 7i30 a.m. dinner 11 a.m. to I p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to vehicle accidents and traffic
JJO p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. SSI, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.; violations for the period August
dinner -11 a.m. to 12tJO: a.m. supper S:00: p.m. to MS.: Both Dining halls ob
serve the same hours on week-ends and holidays! early breakfast 4i:JO a.m. to 1723.
8:30 a.m.; brunch 9:30: a.m. to 12:30 p.m.a"d supper.4 p.m.to Si30: p.m. Number of Accidents
r Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early. breakfast for 25 This week 4
cents;dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for SO cent
Total accidents this year through

{ August 23 212
f l >a I Friday, September Cream Cups.SUPPER Number of accidents through
->* Roast Rib of Beef, August 1969 281
1 BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Eggs Natural Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Total number of days since last
to Order, French Toast, Grilled Ham Buttered F, FS Mixed Vegetables Hot
Slices, Praline Buns. Dinner Rolls, Strawberry Shortcake. injury in a motor vehicle accident
DINNER .. Mulligatawny Soup 81
Italian Meat Sauce, Boiled Spaghetti, Tuesday, September Number Violations
Pizza Pie, Au Gratin Asparagus
Dutch Apple Pie. BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Ham This week 35
SUPPER. Deep Fried Fish, Tartar Omelet, Grilled Luncheon Meat, Speeding 7
Sauce Ham & Noodles Scalloped, Cinnamon Rolls Reckless Driving 1
Creole Wax Beans, Strawberry DINNER *. Corn Chowder, Grilled
Going through stop sign 2
Gelatin, Orange Bar.Saturday. Hamburgers, Simmered Frank.
furters French Fried Potatoes, .Other violations 20
September Italian Baked Beans, Spinach with Twenty-eight drivers appeared
Chopped Egg Ice Cream Sundaes. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
EARLY BREAKFAST .. Hot SUPPER .. Maryland Fried
a Farina, Eggs to Order, Pineapple Hot Chicken, Chicken Gravy, Mashed August 27. Disposition of the
Cakes, Broiled Bacon Slices, Raised Potatoes Bread Dressing, Mexican cases ,included the following:
i r Doughnuts. Corn, Dutch Apple Pie. Seventeen lost driving and
JAI BRUNCH. Submarine Sandwiches, parking privileges aboard station
Potato Chips, Boston Baked Beans, Wednesday September 9
Ice Cream Cups. for various periods; ten were
SUPPER .. Baked Pork Chops BREAKFAST.. Hot Farina Eggs to assigned to complete an eight-
Red Cross Classes Begin'Mankind Brown Onion Gravy Steamed Rice, Order, Minced Beef Home Fried hour course in remedial driving;
Buttered Fresh Frozen Broccoli Potatoes, Sugar Rolls nine received suspensions three
Boiled Navy Beans, Chocolate Cake, DINNER .. Beef Rice Soup, ;
,. in the main have monthly in the Out Patient Fudge Icing. Breaded Veal Steaks, Tomato Gravy, were given warnings; two were
little wants, not large. I, being of Department alone. Red Cross Potatoes Rissole, Buttered Green dismissed; nineteen were fined
will and power to help in the volunteers, in addition to the paid Sunday, September* with Beans Lemon Buttered Butter,Brussels Strawberry Sprouts ShortCake (U.S. Commissioner); and one

main, must help the least wants professional staff,,,provide 'services EARLY BREAKFAST. Hot'' Oat was referred to his commandingofficer
,first' Robert Browning which grea "contribute to meal, Eggs to Order, French Toast, SUPPER .... Beef f Stew, Grilled for possible disciplinary
the Grilled Sausage Patties, Raisin Rolls. LiverButtered Noodles Creole Wax action.
Why should efficiency
you ,join ovgrall $ of these
BRUNCH Chicken' Pot Pie, Beans, Whipped Topping, Fruit Jello.
American Red Cross as a clinics. V Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Brussels
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volunteer? Because you are Red Cross training classes for SproutsIce Cream Cups. Thursday,September 10 >
needed! The rewards? Inner new volunteers at the Naval SUPPER .. Grilled Beef Steaks
satisfaction and fulfillment Fried Onions, French Fried Potatoes, BREAKFAST Oatmeal Eggsto /e1Je
plus Hospital are scheduled for
Buttered Peas and Carrots, White Order, Pineapple Hot Cakes,
the knowledge that you have September 21.25 from 9 a.m. to Cake, Butter Cream Icing. Grilled Ham Slices, Praline Rolls ro.
helped someone by giving your noon. If you are interested in DINNER .. Chicken 'NoodleSoup,, I LW a 1Jtce6CAJHOLIC;
time, your skills and your con becoming a part of a working Labor Day, Pan Roast of Beef, Brown Gravy
Monday, September 7 Mashed Potatoes, Lyonnalse Green
cern. organization, please call 772.2218 Beans, Parsley Buttered Carrots
The Naval Hospital treats an for further information anytime EARLY BREAKFAST. Hot Grits, Cherry Pie.SUPPER.
average of 25,000 patients between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Eggs to Order, French Toast, Grilled .* Barbecued Spareribs,
Ham Steaks, Cake Doughnuts. Barbecue Sauce, Shoestring Potatoes,
Don't Take It For GrantedAs BRUNCH .. Grilled Hamburgersand Steamed Saurkraut, Buttered Green
Cheeseburgers, French Fried Beans, Peanut Butter Cake Fluffy NAVAL AIR STATION
Potatoes, Hot Baked Beans Ice Icing.
members of the Armed Forces, often assigned to duty in a foreign Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
country, we may be called upon to explain American democracy. Sunday Mass,11:00: A.M.
This a difficult job sometimes, inasmuch as it is hard to define an Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.
ideal. It is particularly difficult when we must put our definition into Saturday Confessions -
terms that have meaning to a person who has never experienced the 10:30.: 11:15: a.m. ..

freedoms and opportunities we take for granted.
Democracy is not limited to the United States. In various parts of the NAVAL HOSPITAL
world it has developed in different ways. There are, however, certain Sunday Mass 8 A.M.

basic ideals of democracy, common to all its areas, which inspire and
mark it as a unique way of life. NATTC
In a democracy, the basic equality of men is recognized and the PIRATES COVE INN Sunday Mass. 930 A.M. *
individual is valued more than the state. A democratic government is Bldg. 500
based upon the rule of law rather than upon the rule of men and the Phil Cay will be appearing at the Pirates Cove tonight, and the Dark
government is the servant of the people, not their master. Entry will be here tomorrow and Saturday evenings. On Sunday there PROTESTANTNAVAL
Reason and experience guide the democratic government, keeping will be music by the Coronados, while Lorenzo's Soul Treatment
it vital and flexible. And, although the will of the majority is the returns, Monday night. The Camelots_ will provide the music on HOSPITAL

governing factor, the rights of the minority are not infringed upon. Tuesday, and the Tears of Joy take the stage Wednesday night. Sunday Worship 10 A.M.
Following these basic precepts, democratic means and preocedures
rather than force and coercion, are employed to gain social, political, ACEY DEUCEY CLUB NAVAL AIR STATION

and economic goals. Sunday.
These are our basic democratic ideals. Each of us has, or should Tonight there will be a cocktail hour from 7 to 9, and tomorrow listento Holy Communion 8:30:
have,an understanding of them and their application and relationshipin the sounds of Mark Castle. Saturday evening's entertainment will A.M..Bldg.,750
our individual lives Unless.we are able to offer tangible definitionsof be provided by Mel Gaden and his Lazy Rhythm Girls.. On Sunday Church School (all ages)
them, we can never hope to explain them to people of another there will be music by the Three Sounds. A Happy Hour is planned for 9A.M.

country. Wednesday from 4:30: to 6:30: p.m. The Acey Deucey Dining Room Junior Church (Nursery.
As members of the Armed Forces* we must be secure in our own features daily noon specials. grade 6)) 10 A.M.
knowledge of the democratic principles which we defend. By our individual Divine Worship Service
actions we serve as an example to millions of people in the CPO CLUB 10 A.M. Bldg. 750

world. Junior Youth Fellowship
,Tomorrow evening there will be dancing to Mel Gaden; and P.M.. Bldg. 722
Saturday and Sunday the Four of Clubs will be on stage. Also on Senior Youth Fellowship
Sunday there will be a Prime Rib Roast Special in the Dining Room. 1:30: P.M.,- Bldg. 722
The cost of the meal is $1.95. .


Tonight is Beefeaters Night and Wine in- Fountain, and tomorrow Christian Science Service

""J4Jf The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper there will be a Happy Hour from 4:30: to 7:30.: Charlie Jay will be appealing 7 P.M.

"; distributed each Thursday at the U.S.. Naval Air Station. at the'Club Saturday evening. Cocktails will be served on

.... Jacksonville, ,Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Sunday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and reservations arewelcomed, for the Thursday
.; private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Sunday buffet Senior Choir Rehearsal'-
81.i ,.. must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Tuesday there will be bridge starting at 12:30: while the Main Brace'. 7 P.M. Bldg. 750
., t Jacksonville by UOO.noon on Monday before publication. News is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. There will also be dinner in the main
items,are welcorped from all sourcesTelephone 772-31 or dining room beginning at S pm The,' Jacksonville' Officers Wives NATTCDivine
3119. Club will hold a Coffee at the '0' Club Wednesday morning, and later '
\ that day there will be a Oiling Zero Happy Hour from 4:30 to 6:30.: : Worship 12 P.M.
Bldg. 500EveningWorship
: ;t ; ,: \ Advertisements are ,solicited by the publisher and queries .6 P.M.
' ; :' concerning' such should be directed to; Bldg. 500Cripple


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Two VA-45 Retirees Share Almost VA-82 Completes

Half a Century of Naval ServiceBy .g Change toA-7E il!

: LtJg( ) K.M.Dugan,PAO, VA-45
The 'Marauders' of VA-82 at combat sorties flown by VA-82 :
LCdr William II Vaughan and Maintenance Department has Cecil Field have completed pilots during the last two combat
LCdr. Walter L. Williams of VA- long held a reputation for outstanding transition from A-7As to A-7Es deployments. No. 300 will be .f ,
45 were piped over the side Aug. quality .workmanship, The Marauders began tran given a new number and the gold
31, largely due to your leadership, : sferring their A-A's upon the and black tail markings of VA. )
Cdr. A.H. Gonzalez, the 'Black. competence and perception.Your .F! completion of,, their second 174, the East Coast A-7A, B and E ,
birds' commanding officer, enthusiasm, initiative, and .' ." ,.j combat deployment to Southeast training squadron. It will be used lA,
presented each with a letter of dedication have contributed .il [ \ ; ,, '
rw. Asia in July. to train East Coast fleet
appreciation. He noted that the to the ef :\ : : f ,,' :/t::, '. ,
immeasureably :1 .#J.., ,. \J ft; ''1-.1 The Marauders were the replacement pilots.
combined service of the two and excellent ( :' \
men fectiveness !t / second East Coast squadron to fly
equaled more than 49 years of reputation that this squadron the A-7A aircraft and, in 1968,
'loyal dedication and professional enjoys The dynamic and were the first East Cosst
excellend.' He also made aggressive manner in which you squadron to take the A-7A jnto
reference to the pointed have performed your duties VCM SAILOR The Sailor of the combat in Southeast Asia.
similarities of the two careers throughout your naval career has Month award for August 1970 has VA-82 deployed to Southeast
and how closely they paralleledone served as an inspiration to been presented by VC-4 Det Cecilto Asia again in September of 1969
another. others. Your diligent pursuit of SN R.F.'Garrison; The award returning to Alameda. Calif.,
LCdr. Vaughm, who retired perfection in every task assigned was in recognition of his outstanding early in July 1970.
with more than 26 years service, reflects great credit upon performance of duty, in Late in July 1970, VA-82 pilots
entered the Navy as an ap yourself/' his assignment to the Administration reported to VA-174 for transition
prentice seaman in December LCdr. Vaughan, his wife and Department.. 'SN training into the A-7E and have
1943 and was advanced to chief family will reside in Boulder, Garrison's knowledge of the completed transferring their 13
petty officer In 1955. In 1957, he Colo., yeoman rating and his 'A' aircraft, of which 300 is the
was commissioned as an LDO LCdr. Williams also entered willingness to put an extra effort last. Nine of the VA-82 aircraft
ensign with his first assignment the Navy as'an apprenticeseaman into all tasks have contributed to were transferred for storage to R ( \ \
in'Iwakunl'! Japan, as assistant in 1946, made CPO in a marked improvement in the Davis-Monthan AFB in Arizona, Ak a 5 .
power plants officer with Fleet 1955, and was commissioned an quality of work of the' depart. three to VA-174 and one for a L R Atn
Aircraft Service Squadron 120. LDO :Ensign in 1960 LCdr. ment', the citation said. testing program to the Naval Air Cdr..' 'Gene' Clemens, VA42
Following tours in Pensacola, Williams' first assignment was Repair Facility, Jacksonville CO., removes the eagle emblem
Memphis and Newfoundland with VAW-33 where he'served as No. 300 has accounted for more from No.,300, the last of the
reported to VA-45 In 1967'where avionics'officer.: .Following joint ((01 POX than 350 of the more than 4,000 squadron's A-7A aircraft. ,
.he has served as assistant staff duties with the Defense "
maintenance officer and Supply,Agency in Atlanta and a '/2 Ib. T-BONE STEAK
Assistant maintenance' control tour with VA-81 as assistant

officer. maintenance control officer andmaintenance Bob's Oak Hill
His citation read in part, 'The officer, LCdr. ,
Williams reported to the Blackbirds
in 1970 and has'served sinceas Pure Service CenterOpen
the avionics armament 'of
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LCdr. Williams, who is retiring )'0'tiN for your convenience 6 am10 n.m.
after more than 23 years Service, "

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9 m He has accepted a With Salad & French Fries ;
position as an instructor for Navy With This Coupon 01 duty Antricfi ft Foreif N Curs

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citation read in part: 'Your'
X E AAY untiring devotion to duty and l
SATs ti'fpm % your exemplary conduct
throughout your naval career
have served as true examples of
standards of performance. 'The
technical knowledge you have r

*t acquired and so skillfully appliedwill
long be .missed by this
D command and the Navy taking a. ,
To LCdr Vaughan, and LCdr. expenses .
Williams, the Blackbirds extend
their deepest thanks and appreciation
for a job truly 'Well
extend wishes for M t
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ORANOI PARK, FLA. smooth sailing and following seas
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Two Local Sailors Discharged

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Following Drug Abuse HearingJax

The ComFairJax Law derstand the serious effects civilian employers see very little
Center announced today that of which drug involvement may difference between an Un-
three enlisted men court. have on their lives. He noted that desirable Discharge and a Bad '
martialed last week two were while it may be possible for a Conduct Discharge. _
sentenced to Bad Conduct young man in civilian life to A spokesman for the Law
Discharge. Each of the defendants experiment with marijuana and Center reported that during the
was sentenced ,to three escape both punishment and past six months 17 enlisted men '
months confinement hard addiction to harder drugs, at were court-martialed for drug ,. I IY
labor, reduction in rate, and least the punishment angle is abuse, most frequently F ,SS,,
forfeitures of pay totaling $390. extremely difficult to avoid in the marijuana. Eight of them were ,
Prior to their conviction all were military. sentenced to Bad Conduct ;
assigned to a Cecil Field attack He believes that many may Discharges and all received at y S t L
squadron. have the mistaken idea that their least-two months confinement at dl
LCdr.James P Googe, Jr., one commanding officer will always hard labor. It was noted that the .4 of the judges assigned to the Law give a drug abuser\a quick and Government has secured an
Center, during an interview with painless administrative amazing conviction rate of 100
the Jax Air News expressed discharge. He stated that many percent of those tried.,
growing concern that many administrative discharges are The Law Center spokesman '\ \
young Navy men do not un Undersirable in nature and suggested that if anyone feels It \ ,
tempted to try'pot'he should talk + rA
to a man who has served time in
the Correctional Center before
deciding whether the risk is

I ,really worthwhile i

F Scouts Sook 5'

Navy Items

For Projects

Jax Two young cub scouts

CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC. have written a letter requestingthe CLERK IS CONGRATULATED. LCpl. Michael T. Devan receives a
aid of local in
Navymen a Meritorious Mast from Lt. Cot. L.E Blanchard, MATSG CO, for his
display they are preparing as a
work during the period of April 21 to August 24,1970.
FLORIDA'S NO. I CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER scout The project.brothers want to collect LCpl. Devan distinguished himself by serving, as administrativeman
In the Adjutant' Section/ performing his' primary duty as
military emblems, unit patches,
Home of directives control clerk'In .n excellent manner.
rate and rank insignia, and other
He was also cited for his work typing Student Indoctrination Lesson
military patches. They
Plans and Lecture Guides'' to 30 This
amounting approximately pages.
The Duster insignia if has extras
anyone work was done in addition to the normal workload of his section.
that they would like to donate,to
their project.
Anyone wishing to send such an Eagle Crew Achieves Alpha
SPECIAL PRICESTO item may mail it directly to the'
boys or contact the NAS Jax
AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSONNEL Public Affairs Office at 7722370. Status For ASW ReadinessJax
....1. Their address is: Bruce and
Brian Kirk, 178 South Jefferson
WE COOPERATE WITH, HAS CREDIT UNION Ave., Bradley,.Ill 60915. ,Patrol, Squadron ,16's Patrol Squadron 16 is presentlythe
Crew 20,currently on deployment, Atlantic Coast 'E' squadronand
has achieved 'Alpha status,' is the ,highest ranking
Jax s Greatest the East Coast It is
squadron on
PH. 389- 7792 signifying that it has qualifiedfor
still aiming toward even greater
CHRYSLER lEI FURNITURE 100 percent operational readiness, and Crew 20 has

1736 CASSAT A VE. Values! readiness. provided the first step up the
Crew 20 is the first VP-16 crew ladder to this achievement
WHOLESALE to attain 'A' designation. The recognition of their outstanding
PRICE TO EVERYONESURPLUS combat crew is now officially achievement.
qualified in all aspects of patrol
1 aviation including mine warfare, '.. -_.....

anti-submarine patrols, shipping I ALL BRANDS .
surveillance, aerial photography,

IS USING' THE WRONGFREEZER '''search leave and and recreation rescue missions flights.,and = SHAVER -- =

a Directed by Lt. Dave Miller, ''I REPAIR II
WRAP the crew was formed just 18
months ago, and in..that, short Schick
GOODS time ,they earned the highest Authorize.. II
COSTING YOU MONEY? status in the squadron A refresh- Repair Stalin II
DISCOUNT I STORE ment award 'was presented to
rI them by VP-16 commandingofficer SCNICK.NORELCO II
I Cdr. Ernie Nordtvedt, in
If you're tossing fresh meat and poultry into
the freezer in',the wrap you brought it homein 1 :SW122'.w. EAM.I8IISDII I

,it's like tossing money away. to S : MONROE .

I JAX..FLA. 32202 .
And'here's why. Those see. And here's'the right way to 3560367M
through plastic wraps are wrap. Place ,,the,food in the MOBILE HOMES I AN.OftDftS ACCEPTED .

fine for display usein the center of a sheetof, Heavy ,., ... I HUtI-OOIIDI.AOCESIDIIIU.I
store., But, they were not Duty Reynolds'' W rap. f .
meant for freezing. Double-fold the foil down Large DiscovRt Servicemen
They let air in, let moisture tight against the top of the ,
out. Foods can become dried food, smoothing out'the air Best:Financing Anywhere FRIENDLY, RELAXED*
out, stringy, tasteless; The between the food and the QUIETATMOSC)ERE
same thing can happen with foil Then fold foil ends up iHiiMiiiimiMiiiimmiiHiimimitmiiIDEALLY!
plastic bags, because it's and press tight against'the LOCATED FOR
virtually impossible to get food. Freeze. SEE US S Discounts to CECIL FIELD N.A.S.

all the air out. Your food will stay.fresh and FIRST I O 0 ,Servicemen CHURCHES CLOSE TO SCHOOLS AND,

freeze So what is in the right wrap to flavorful for months, because f.............SHOPPING.,....i..........................
? Heavy Duty the dry frigid air in
Reynolds Wrap. A solid yourfreezercannotpenesheet Mr.& Mrs. Payton Watson,
of f aluminum foil, it trate the heavy duty foil arid 771.6666
keeps precious moisture in, rob the food of its flavor and Take ,103rd to Firestone .
keeps harmful air out. nutrition. Rd., Turn'South' 2 Blocks
Past I Forrest High School.

Reynolds' Wrap 1 $N6 iYDI1' ] '- (DOLONIAL.FOREST

,f 2200 Mayport Rd. '6263 Roosevelt
REYNOLDS WRAP.OVENTEMPERED. Atlantic Beach Boulevard .

. 'tiSl FOR FLEXIBLE STRENGTH ....,. ;1..2M..'. .. .." ... qf\e. t4.-4. 9t5f 5928.-FIRESTONE ROAD.. .

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I Federal Employes Get Optional !!! F i

Insurance at New, Lower RatesMany 'pfa g. ,

i ras wy
Federal employees found surance as employees when it insurance coverage was effective T til HfW TAf '
the new and lower premium rates was first offered in 1968 and have beginning December 16, 1967, but
for optional life insurance at. carried it into retirement, total premiums were scheduled for
tractive during the open season enrollment is 488,000. The March payment beginning February 14,
held in March, the Civil Service open season is the first held since 1968. Beneficiaries of employeeswho
Commission accounced. The the insurance was originally died during the December 16
optional insurance is offered offered. .February 14 period received$20
under the Federal Employees' Major factor in the increased million in benefits for which no
Group Life Insurance program. enrollment was a significant dropin premiums were collected. After
Enrollment for the $10,000 premium rates, particularlyfor recovery of this deficit and with xp G
additional insurance increased employees under 50 years of more than a year's operating
from 284,000 to 470,000 a 65 age. Since it was impossible to experience, the Commission was
percent increase rdsulting in 18.5 anticipate the response to the able to adjust the premiums to i1u
percent of all eligible employeesnow program, the initial rates had more equitably reflect the cost of SIR? AJax
being covered by it.Counting been set at a conservative level. each age group.
annuitants who took the in- Under the law the optional life Increases in enrollment within

each age group varied in relationto
Bulletin Board Posts the amount of the premium Cdr Aaron Scharff, commanding officer of VA-204, and a
reduction. The largest reductionIn squadron pilot show the bombing trophy presented to the reserve
I the biweekly premium was squadron at Memphis by Cdr. Robert E. Holt, commander of
Civilian Job OpeningsJax Jacksonville .based CVWR-2fi.
$4.30, in the 35-39 age group. This ,
experienced an in-
age group
Civilian employees of should refer to the official
NAS NARAIREWORKFAC, bulletin boards in their various crease percent. in Age enrollment group 40-44 of had 154 a .NAVE YoU CN f.CKw( 1 A s NT N1N ;, !

COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT work areas for information reduction of $3.60 and an 1 V01 G r:
Del. Jax; Navy CommissaryStores concerning all positions for which enrollment increase of 105
Naval Hospital, Navy applications are now being ac- cent.The employees under age per 35 >tb4Mt yt 4tft
Recruiting Station, Disease cepted. received a$1.70 reduction and the
Vector Control Center, Regional Positions currently available
group experienced an 87 percent
Storage Management Office, include Mobile Equipment increase in enrollment. For age
Fleet Weather Facility, Dispatcher (MPB 90)70)) ) date of group 45-49 the reduction was SPECIALRATES
FICEUR, Navy Finance Office, first cut Sept. 3; Budget Analyst, $2.40 and the enrollment increasewas M :c FORSERVICEMEN
Regional Office of Civilian GS-560-5-7 (MPB 91-70)) closing 47 percent.The age group 50- M
Manpower Management, date Sept. 8; and Accounting 54 reduction was 50 cents 1k
Defense Surplus Sales Office Technician,GS-525-5(MPB 92-70)).
M a4e. dr $6.00 Per Person
I Double Occupancy

Jonathairw Jewelers cdeli J ({ an NPR\k'e n Ya.xn. .

clan jzianj19IIas Entertainment nltely, txcept Sunday, Quarterdeck Lounge ft Din at j
niter's Seafood Restaurant, 250 Beautiful rooms with TV, Direct Dial
.Phone, Olympic Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking t
. ( / ,i I
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"AE' :$ mmI1E4i. \

and RING San Juan at Niblick .
DAY Phone 384.4406
SIZING .1 1,2 and 3 Bedrooms
ENGRAYING ,, REPAIRS Garden Type Apartments with 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744
Country Club Atmosphere Within walking distance to all;points of Interest,, ,
,1' WORK DONE ? I Kitchens equipped with 0-E,'
: '' Ranges & Refrigerators
ON PREMISES I Individual Air Conditioning
j and Heating by G-E 1'1
1 Drapes furnished t.
1704 Highway 17,Orange Park I Wall to Wall Carpeting
DAN and LINDA BOATWRIGHT PHONE 24443W Large Swimming Pool

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SAVE HUNDRED. w Money service

1970 EXEC'S AND DEMO'SPlymouths t

and Chryslers for servicemen-at HFC J

BELOW Dealer's COST! Looking for a trustworthy place to borrow? Ask V :.

a buddy who's borrowed from HFC, He'll tell ;
you we give understanding money help
'SAVE up to $1500 promptly. Every year hundreds of thousands of f.

: service people borrow with confidence and repay *
While Last!
HIGH PERFORMANCE I with convenience at Household Finance.

HEADQUARTERS .***.******** .** You can, too. Come in today. .\ ...
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'Cudas, Roadrunners, .:....... ... DUSTER
Duster 340' Need up to 600?
Approximately, 100 To Choose' Froml I
Engines from 340 t-pack to 440 i-packl :..*********************\
4.Sp td> and automatics! Good
selection with air!
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone:355-9683

Cedar Hills Shopping Center

CLAYTON l REVELS V. 3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771.9190

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH INC.I Penman Plaza Shopping Center
1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421

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Military Wives InvitedTo

I Navy Relief ClassesJax [ NATTC In 0 The Newsy

Attention all military military community and a more YNSN Stella Gawlinskl
wives! Would you like to know knowledgeable wife.
more about the service your You will also learn all about Farewell

husband is in? The pay and your own social service Boyscout Conference Farewell and best wishes go
allowances, health benefits, organization, the Navy Relief
Jax A Junior Leadership out to AOC James R.Bruce. Chief
survivors benefits and dependents Society It was founded many
Conference for Boyscouts was Bruce will be transferring to the
educational loans? to implement the
years ago s
If so, the Navy Relief Society is principle that 'The ,Navy conducted at NATTC on August Counter Insurgency School for
offering a 12 day course Takes Care of its Own. The 22 and 23. three weeks of training in
( designed to train volunteers to Society gives assistance, 7 7SHIPS Ten scouts were selected from Coronodo, Calif. From there he
and Cecil Birth in
304 the Fasu Thuy
Sacred Heart Troop will go
help in the Society's work. All financially and through service,
Field Troop 365. They were Vietnam for duty. The chief
wives are urged to attend even to all active duty and retired
though some may not have the service personnel and their chosen by their scoutmasters for worked at the AO Tech, Library

time after the course to help with dependents in time of emergencyor their leadership abilities. here and was previously
local residents, aboard the
volunteer work. need. Dependents of deceased The Scouts, all stationed with VA-172
The information is important to personnel are eligible too. FOR FOUR AS1 stayed in Barracks 580 and dinedat USS Franklin D. Roosevelt.
you as a serviceman's wife. A The course will be taught by Thomas Dembinskl, Instructor the NATTC Galley. They at- AOC Bruce enlisted in the Navyin
more thorough understanding of Mrs. Pat Anderson from the for ground support equipment at tended classroom instruction on 1947. He is married to the
your benefits and privileges will Navy Relief Society NAMTRADET 30-32 from the many aspects of scouting and former Norma M. Garretson and
make you a better member of the Headquarters in Washington Memphis, re-enlisted for four patrol leader duties. AA Larry they have two children.
more years August 20. Dembinski Pape, a student at the AE 'A'
---- has been in the Navy for 11 years. School, gave a lecture on stars.

5 More Holidays lectured Scoutmaster on AEC campfires Gil Gillespie, and JORDAN'SHOUSE '

Scoutmaster AE3 Carl Stover, a WASHING
HIREPAN MOTORS Remain In 1970 Phase IV instructor at the AE 'A' MILDEW REMOVAL
School, spoke on the subject of
Jax Listed below is the JOHN JORDAN (U$N IWTD)
leadership.The -
schedule of national
holidays 771.8473
boys took a swim at the
which will be observed
Street Pool and later

I \66 Karmann, Ghia $1095 year throughout Labor through Day the-1971 remainder First: Monday of this in got songfest.homemade together ice They cream for also a which campfire made was u

Columbus Second enjoyed by all. LARGE SELECTIONOF
Day. W02 C. W Carlton spoke at the
VW Like New in October. EXCEPTIONAL
43 $795 Monday ,and before
46 VW Like New $ff5W5 Veterans Day Fourth Monday the boys knew ceremony it, Sunday had USED CARS
in October.
65 VW arrived and it was time to leave. VW's & Other Makes
Thanksgiving Day Fourth
But not before they had made AT THE NEW
We specialize in VW's and arrange financing. Thursday in November. plans for a two-day camping trip
Christmas Day-December 25. BUG HOUSE IN TOWN
which will coming shortly.
5506 Philips Highway Office: 737-3515 I Home: 733-0476 New Year's Day January I.Washington's up
Birthday Third
Honor ClassesAt
Monday in February.
Memorial Day Last Mondayin
the AE 'A' School Class 015
the Honor Class
won competitionfor
------------- ---- Independence Day July 4.
the fifth time during the weekof

CUPPER'SLVEKLNETCKAFT/ / August 17 through 21.
Class 019 at the AO 'A' School
scored their second Honor Class TOM BUSHVOLKSWAGEN
MERCRUISER win with a total of 113 points for
STERNDRIVES the week of August 24 through 26.

Leadership Class
lfa'ttk .t 1390 /

EXPERT ?1 204 in Building 501 was
REPAIR the setting for NATTC Leadership *
SHOP ::::
Apartments FAcTORY *\ Class 70F's graduation.The N
TRAINED t class was composed entirely of
221 MECHANICS I: first and second class petty of
ficers. The Honorman for the 70 TOYOTA Corolla $1795
i l tW @$ :
ORANGE PARK ROAD class was ASM1 Muldrew M. CAMARO $1895
264.9835 Dennis, USCG. Dennis is an instructor 2Dr., HT, AC, Well Equpd.
INLET MARINE at the AO'A'School.The 66 PLYMOUTH $1595
Phono 264.4263P1 ceremony was attended by; Spt. Fury AC, Well Equpd.
Silts Service department, heads, division of M FALCON $1095
fivers,students and other NATTC 65 FORD Custom $195VOLKSWAGENS
Hwy 17 Orange Park


50% on S .: .

I : i 30,000
69 STA.WAG Bus $2495
MILES : 69 SEDAN 4-Speed $1795

GUARANTEE at Sheraton 69'SEDAN CAMPER Auto.pop Top $3095$1795

69 SEDAN Auto., AC.4 $2095
NSTANT 6 9 SEDAN 4 Spd. AC, AT$1995
IDrBaT SIZES F ]0 or onw eiis.
WU.UII ,. rL I F 7x14 n FASTBACK SEDAN'$1995
I" ,i r"", II, Air Cond. Auto trlnl.SEDAN' .
M 4.sPd. $159'

Stay at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn 'SEDAN $169'
PAYMENT in the Continental U.S.* at 1/a the regularrate 67 SEDAN 4-Speed .11tS

on Friday, Saturday,and Sunday 67 STA.WAG. Bus 11"
e IONS Iln nights. 47SEDAN4.peedAC.44SQUAREBACK $139!

TERMS s.uT.. You don't have to be in uniform.All you. $1495
need is your ID. 44 SEDAN 4-Speed 1129'

(N I Next time you get a weekend pass, 45 SEDAN Speed $995
ALL OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOW unwind in style at Sheraton. '

'Reservations are accepted on a
department( stores,
"Standby Basis"only and are subjectto
company stores A independent fire foolers apace availability at time of check-In.

Offer does not apply. to the St. Regis. TOM BUSH

/ Sheraton in New York City.SlieratoiiJaclvsodville. p

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Duties For Junior OfficersJax

In move. to"'pay more military duties and restricts his civil readjustment officer, cold
than lip service to reduction of efforts to increase his weather officer, cruise book
administration and paperwork'in professional knowledge and officer, customs officer, drive
the Navy, RAdm. Elmo expertise by depriving him of safe officer, forms control officer
Zumwalt, CNO, has ordered that time necessary for study and health officer, physical
commissioned junior officers be training. fitness officer, savings bond
relieved of certain collateral 'While collateral duties have officer, score counseling officer,
duties. already been discouraged, more ships history officer, special
Adm. Zumwalt pointed out the than 100 such officer collateral clothing custodian, star counseling -
aS i"i y a'C management deficiency inherentin duties still exist ,00 some 'officer, test equipment
re ''fie< 1 assigning the majority of unessential to the safe operationof officer, transportation officer,
(. collateral duties to junior officers the ship or station and proper and voting officer.
,', ." urging that more reliancebe administration of its assigned 'Such training administrativeand
I ,f'j. placed on warrant officers and collateral
'\N:{ personnel. Also certain readiness value as the above
.;j. f :,>:., i:tj petty officers who are 'fully duties are founded only on a functions and requirements indicated
., r ...."" ;.\ J capable, willing and qualified to historical basis and appear to can be performed within
STATION CAR RENTALS.Mrs. Lois Spencer of Navy Exchange's perform certain collateral have no written directives statingthe any existing command structure
Personal Services accepts the keys for a ready fleet of rental cars duties.' requirement. without continuing special
from company representative, Sandy Hartsfield He explained that the ex The following separately assignments.
penditureof time and energy on designated collateral duties and
the part of the junior officer to all attendant Navy required Red Darters
', ", perform these duties has often reports, records and inspections
oDwluhj1AST[ adversely affected ,the performance thereof will be eliminated: Honored For
of his primary Charities and fund drive officer

j assignment as well as other cigarette fund custodian.
Safety RecordJax

Patrol Squadron 45 has
received the Commander Naval
I EIREADS BUSINESSANT Air Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet '
YOUR Citation in recognition of the
TUBELESS WHITEWALLS W squadron's accident free Flight
W.E Safety Record for Fiscal Year
T V 1970.

VAdm. R.L. Townsend,
1IT 'i $1500.00 OFF Commander Naval Air Forces
Atlantic, cited the squadron for
mm** meritorious achievement in
SERVICEMENAAAsWWWVv aviation safety. The squadron
s j : "THE 14,000 PLUS F.E.T.EXCHANGE.
than hours
I /v logged more 6,500
; MILE TIRE" during FY 1970.

30 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM In his endorsement, Capt. W.J
Pressler, Commander Fleet Air
SCHULT RICHARDSON Wing Eleven, noted, 'Par
ticularly gratifying is the accompanying -
LIBERTY BILTMORE lack of ground accidents -
i attentiveness to safety in all
; phases of your operations. A
Hart Mobile Home comparison of the fine safety
{ record and the excellent
AREA ADDRESS PHONE Manager operational capability repeatedly
Action CenterWhere demonstrated by your squadron
Arlington 1044 University Blvd 725-1811 I Darrel Nobles proves that safety and readinessare
\ Downtown 1104 W.Beaver 355-7662 Jim Trammell! Quality And Value Are Traditional '
Westside 532 Cassat Ave. 388-7371 lim,Reeder 10607 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD PHONE 721.1544
Southside 3388 Philips Hwy. 398.9510) Bill Hornberger Mile East of Even a full moon reflects only
Springfield 17th t Main St. 354.9051 Troy Spharler Regency Square 7 per cent of the sunlight fallIng .
Riverside 205 Stockton St. 388-0782 Tom Dunn upon it.


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Thursday,September 3 Monday,September 7
: publisher Is instructed otherwise A check or '

I money order for the full cost of the ad must be NAS: 'Last Grenade' starring ;
NAS 'Hello Down There'starring
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received WITH the copy for the ad.
and Janet
4747 San Juan Avenue ': RATEI! Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 TonyRandall Color adventure. 'GP' G. ((94 '1 a
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Hospital: 'Mackenna's Gold'Tuesday
Hospital: 'Captain Nemo and

the Underwater City''' starring ,September 8 ,:

Robert Ryan and Chuck Connors.. NAS: 'Candy' starring Eva
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EMPLOYMENT. ., ... .,::;:":';;.f..t..:..,:;.:",\" and West Coast. 353-3691 Many years experience. Near Ortega, ((105 mins.) Aulin, Marlon Brando and {
Venetla, Stockton schools. 389-7622. Richard Burton. Color comedy .t

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SERVICE WIVES MEDITERRANEANBR Friday, September Hospital: 'Last Grenade' II,:,
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS Set, by American. Triple dresser : :
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or with twin vertical mirrors. Night l'i\tr.' \ ][ :J.1iiii8 i1; NAS: : 'Sinful Davey' starring Wednesday,September 9 :
1022 Park Street, 3547888. stand. Chair back headboard (for full
John Hurt and Pamela Franklin.
or queen) New $220. 264-8946. NAS: 'Tick .? Tick ... Tick'
HELP WANTED Color comedy. 'GP' G, ((95 mins.) starring Jim'Brown and George !\

Typist, Accurate,,75 wpm on electric 1 Qtr,JUSTISS Mile No.TRAILER of NAS, clean PARK!modern' Hospital: 'Hello Down There' Kennedy Color Drama. 'G' E. i,
machine, also general office work, no
3893007. ((100 mins.)
trailer and Apts.
boring routine, $2 per hr. or more
depending on ability Holt, 387.3566, Cash or terms, Phone 353.1946, 1606 Saturday,September 5 Hospital: 'Candy'The
( Mobile Home Park) 'Vi mile NAS: 'Submarine X-l'starring following tickets are now

PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE North of NAS, lots and rentals. Near James Caan and David Summer available at Special Services,
AMERICA'S Antique Maple Wall Units. Ideal for schools and shopping center. Clean,
Color Drama 'G' G. ((89 mins.) Bldg; 704:
Fastest growing military employment boys and girls. Corner desk & chair, and reasonable rates Manager on "
need premises. Children and pets welcome.. Hospital: 'Sinful Davey'NAS MOUNTAIN & FLEETWOOD
referral system Reps. Big Chest with bookcase unit on top, chestof i
earnings..Full or Spare time. Men or drawers Night stand. 2 Twin 6301 Roosevelt. 384-6264. Matinee: 'Kenner' MAC September 19 -, $3.00, I
Women. Apply Plan Bravo, 160 5th Spindle headboards. New Will sell for starring Jim Brown and Madlyn $4.50, $5.50ATLANTA -
Ave., N.Y.C. $525. 264-6946. Rhue. Color Mystery ((92 mina) HAWKS ,vs

1::jj)1[) ]l i tijt; ti l BOSTON CELTICS -.September.

SERVICEMEN'S WIVES 17'THUNDERBIRD TRI-HULL .. Sunday,September 6 23''- $3.00, $4.00, $5.00
do relations work who
to public
Florida Real Estate License. Part- '65 Model,75 hp Evlnrude, mechanical DUKE vs FLORIDA ,- September
time or'full time during 9:30: 9:30.: steering, heavy duty tilt trailer, with ORANGE PARK NAS: 'Mackenna's Gold' 12 $7.00STEPPENWOLF .

Expense account. Guaranteed Salary. shock big wheels absorbers.and new tires All ,In toll excellent springs, 2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish starring Gregory Peck and Omar September (;.

Galaxle Tours, Inc. condition. $1,395 firm, phone 264-6643 washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Shariff Color western. 'GP' V, G. ,5. $3.00, $4.00, $5.00JACKSONVILLE (
4435 Suite Emerson 107 St. Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355. ((128 mins.) SUNS :.

''396-0597 Home 724.0368DEPENDABLE Hospital: 'Submarine X 1' BAsEBALL..' $ .50. \
; FIBRA Sportflsherman qi
69, V-24, V-8 Chevy 210 hp, 65 w Pool i
WOMAN Furn.Apt., 1 &2 BR, Swimming
WANTED Raytheon big Ross recorder,
Babysitting and light housekeeping, outriggers, fish box, marine head, $65 and $75. 771-0348. GovtraiMtl PtrsoHMl Mitral
Mon.-Fri. Orange Park area Call $5,500 firm, can be financed, phone
after 4 2646210. Hanson 7815511..
FOR RENT Lift lnsHriHct Company f
.. Trailer $65 per mo. Call 771.6908.

iii:>I n+'n!: ;j,:J.MISCELLANEOUS i>:inhirriPvLL; : : YYS; iivnf::ml :mNpywnvywrwnvT'INS' ORT.>AT1OW},': '4 : ; ;;}::M peclall8tt (In service,to the n1Utal( y' \
1970 BULTACO Air Cond., 'Parking for 2 cars off
BE A RADIO OR Sherpa S 175 cc., Mint Cond.:, street. Water Garbage & Sewage JIM RICHARDSON FRANK' RORIE
ANNOUNCER Metalflake blue, 21 In. front wheel. Furn. $95.' Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus Cdr USN (met.) MCPQ .USN (Ret) I
Recorded message by leading announcer Motor cross bars, Electronic Ignition.It tax) 3872541. Weekends 3890744.
Call hour. 11659 Jonathan Rd. 5825 Jaguar Dr. W,
tells you how any Is set up for motor' cross. Must .. .
3552944. sacrifice at $695. 2644295. L,4:, +m.y.4 $}'!"f9 Y Jacksonville 32225 Jacksonville 32205 f

'WkntiikjX: }yyniEkaA,ki.Acks"vf': fnahn' Tel: 724-6833 Tel: 771-7511)
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape 67 PLYMOUTH FURY III !
players. At dealers cost to liquidate 383, AT, AC, PS.-A-1 Condition. $1495. FOR SALE
7720318. New 3& 4 BR Homes. Low dwn., Low
stock. t Full warranty! Phone 771-0409.
, mo., Under FHA 235
1 Louise T. Bailey WESTSIDE !
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 1964 SIMCA 1000 Realtor 771.3605
Economic transportation, Good
Auto ''AC., Central & Window Units running condition '$375. Call Athearn, 'HIDDEN WATERS' VOLKSWAGEN INC.. ::
serviced and repaired. 384.1391 or Night 7713142. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots ,
Tylers Heating & Air Conditioning available. Excellent fishing, boating,
4711" Palmer (Lake Shore) swimming. Mobile Home area Also SELLING USED CARS !
388.5161 68 TOR I NO 390 permanent home area. High wooded ,
One Owner, Ex..Cond., Beauty, $1995. lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
Phone NAS Jax 3258 or 764.3953 after Asbury on No. 209 La Rue 7253992.
Fast repair and Installation. We
specialize In home service 7812790. or FOR SALE OR RENT
7812404. SST- BIRD RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your I
A-1 1 Cond., Moving, Must Sell, $1295. equity or let us rent your home. 69 FORD LTD $2300 i
Phone NAS Jax 3258.or,.764-3953 after REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for '
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH 4. map,sales and rental list. Call Powellor 'Station Wagon, Special price! (
Wllford's Fish Camp-264-9707 Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. I
69 VW Fastback $1350

GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. "' MILITARY, FREE NOTARY. R&H, New Paint almost new engine.

1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. '' $i8S0
Pick, up & Delivery Available 'FOR SALE 69 DODGE Pick-Up

Grooming, Deflealng Bathing., ,PIANO LESSONS New 3 BR, 2 B, Home with blt-ln-klt., Va Ton, long! wheelbase, V-8, R&H Ideal for camper.
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard <
Fam. Rm., WW-Carpet, 2/> car
accepted. Visitors, welcome. 5085 College trained teacher for beginnersand garage, 68 CAMARO $1900Super
Edgewood Crt 3890064. Intermediates. Limited openings.. Louise T. Bailey -
771-8035. Realtor 771-3605 Sport, V-8, Auto.trans., power steering, R&H.:

FOR SALE .., 68 VW Squareback $i8S0

dark Kenmore wood Sewing cabinet Machine$40. Call,4 mos.7729902.old, ': R&H. WW tires, New paint, Extra Sharpl)

.,; : '66 VW St.tl Wagon $1350
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\ FOOTBALL 'Dragonflyers' scored in the 4th Ops. Trophies will be presented plus earning some extra spending
American League VA-174 quarter on a 20-yard pass from on the 1st of September during a money on the side are requestedto
opened their quest for a second Bob Cavin to Jim Deerinwaterand league banquet at the EM Club. contact'Mac' at extension 498.
consecutive football championship hung on tenaciously to sin in Bill Monical rolled high serieson
\ by routing VA-82, 40-0( ) the opener for both teams. the final night with an excellent CAPTAINS CUP
and V A-87, 320. The 'Hellrazors' National League: A soggy field 619. Bill put together
\ rode to their twin wins on the failed to slow the Marines downin games of 214, 200 and 205. Four squadrons are in the
) arms of aU-star quarterback Don their.opening{ day win against With tears of frustration (his hottest race for the coveted
r Jackson and his understudy, Roy AMD,326.John Nelson scored on team was second, but they try Captain's Cup since it's inceptionfour
r Mansell. Against VA-82, Jackson L one-yard sneak (his first touch harder) and nostalgia, the years ago. A casual glanceat PROMOTED TO LTJG -. Lt.g(| )
threw two strikes to Gary down in four years of com Midget desires the following be the standings would tend to Kathi M. Dugan, PAO of VA-45,
Johnson and Bob Mills, while petition; 'Jim Rosato took a printed: This was the best indicate that VA-81 is leaving the was promoted to her present rankon
Mansell hit Bob Smith, Ron handoff and scampered 45 yardsto league I have bowled in and I am pack back in a cloud of dust;' Aug. 24. Cdr. A.H. Gonzalez
Worsham and John Puschel for pay dirt. Nelson connected looking forward to bowling in it however, they could well find C.O. of the squadron pinned on
scores. NOTE: Mills touchdown with big John Mills for touchdown again:in the winter'!. themselves occupying the fourth the silver bars.
I, did not encompass 90 yards, as passes of 50, 20 and 30 yards., FINAL STANDINGS:' slot next week, since competitionin
S Bob claims. Marines 12-VA-83, 6. The summer league golf, football T u
In the VA-87 game, Jackson Marines back alst VA-46 No.2' 68Vr-35V2 and table tennis still b
came from V A.45 No.1 1 squash are t e
scored on a 15-yard run and threw half deficit to score twice on 3rd Operations 68.36 undecided. The grim possibilityof
two scoring bombs to Gary quarter passes of 25 yards from VA-45 NO. 2 '65.39 a fourth place finish has not 1 '+
-"' Johnson and Mike Dominy. Nelson to Gary Redetenning anda Marines 63.41 registered yet with a certain star
Food Service
) Mansell hooked up with Ken 35-yard shot to John Mills. VA- Dental 48a 49.55.5S/a athlete who genuinely prefers to I It
Ownes to complete the scoring. 83 scored first on a 45-yard pass Weapons 48.56 remain anonymous (he plays
Jim O'Hora passed the 'Golden from Rich Strand to Tom Smith. VA-83 47-57 everything except intramural
,'I Warriors' to a hard earned win VA-83 took the measure of VA-46NO..I 47-57 tiddly winks, .and when ;Mac > .
( over A-81, 26-12. Jim found Jose Dental-Medical 168.Strand threw VA-174 Supply '43'/z-60Vz 43'/i-60Vj inaugurates this sport;,:'at Cecil,
( Garcia, Field Richardson and scoring passes to Dwight Cald- AMD 39.65 our all star friend will doubtlesslybe
l Dayton Keller (twice) for his well and Lee Ellwien to triggerthe AMD Avionics 29-75 top tiddle on his team) who has

scoring tosses. win. The Winter intramural bowling asserted: 'It's in the bag, baby!' iI
VC-4, 6-VA-45, 0. The VA-15 hit pay dirt with 90 leagues are now forming. In-
second left to play in the gameon terested activities should sign Standings:
SACRIFICE a touchdown from Gocek to at the Bowling Center now. i .....1
Steele as they beat Dental- VA-81 WVi
MitUMvm, t[.................... mil Medical in Leagues will be held to 14 teams VA-83 89 RE.UPS FOR FOUR A01
M.If.2 a"TAII......?............sun 8-0 a rough game. each. Leagues and starting VA-87 82
Hill J II.1 mill" MT*$l.J5ISI dates: 82 was
Mil 1.2.. 1111"_ SUII VA-174 reenlisted on August 6. The instructor -
HID!)M!MUMV......H''H'...........'...!is,inmi BOWLING AMD 44 at Conventional
!,>N.>ntt.rm.>T......M,3ii Monday-Atlantic Sept.;14 Marines 43to'
'. l-7S",II....lInry ,American League: VA-46 No. 2 Tuesday-American Sept 15 VA-45 62 Weapons School received the'
N*N.tra..t dealers rhea pies.MNkrtrdrl.r.pl1. ,.rIc.. .. took 3 points Tuesday night from Wednesday-Continental Sept. 16 VA-37 Ops 412 56 reenlisted oath from Capt. J.B.'
/ Dental to clinch the American Thursday-National, Sept. 17. Admin 56 Morin, Commander LATWING 1.

League Bowling title. VA-46 No. 2 Also in the process of being >,.".
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won by a half a point over VA-45 : YW +
formed is a Monday noon league Special Services will sponsor ,
M No. 1 and Operations. A second from 1100 to 1230 (Two-man golf lessons for dependent wives e \t '
,. place tie necessitated a roll-off teams). commencing Sept. 22 at 9:30: a.m.
CARO ffiM'OBILE HOMES and VA-45 No. 2 won the runnerup Persons interested in learningthe The lessons will continue for five 'J:
5936 Phillips Hwy. 'T33-t76T spot as they took 4 points from lost art of football officiating, consecutive Tuesdays. Each :

session will consist of one hour
110 lessons. "
,Interested lady golfers are
IMPORTED IMPORTEDvOraKSw44GErT requested to contact Mr. Bill
ALFA, ROMEO RENAULT Stott, Cecil Field golf

professional. Appropriate apparel
PARTS CAR PARTS for golfers should consist of M 45a o ? I Is
iii JL C'i [ p.
low heel shoes and sports wear.

GUH Club Set \s\,< .
Meeting '
Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. todayIn Moore VA45was reenlistedon
; the Lake Newman Clubhouse: Aug. 24. He was reenlisted by
The club will elect new Cdr. A.H. Gonzalez C.O. of the
iL ."t"._ 1.jba1eq officials Oct. 1. squadron.

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golf and an elementary school-with other E t DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd., LOW RATES EASY PAYMENT PLAN
schools, shopping centers and boating min r 4
turn right on San Juan-Continue past '
r utes away..You can get to Cecil Field or the p' i Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road General Agents for
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown -turn left to apartments. AMERICAN SERVICE MUTUAL INS. CO.
Jacksonville 15. O Apartments have individually ?.N \
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trophy-dubbed in the Hurricane
VW-4 Wins
Hurricane Cop'From Cup and proposed making the 4
series an annual affair 1j
In the first game, Fleet j
Fleet Weather 31Jax Weather handed the Hunters a 3-1

loss but the Hunters squared

-In a hotly contested third The best of three games series away the series with a 12-7 win in

game the Hurricane Hunters of between the two units was the second tilt
Both teams went into the final
VW-4 overcame a strong Fleet initiated following a challenge ,
Weather Facility nine to gain from the Fleet Weather Com- foray determined to hold the

possession of the ,first annual mand earlier this summer. To coveted Hurricane Cup for the
'Hurricane Cup'contest,3-1.Aug. make things more interesting next year. F tfJr.

25. the two commands picked up a A defensive game through the
first five innings both teams

managed only a single run The
Hunters took the lead in the
second inning back-to-back base
hits by' Dale Wilson and Jim
Kafka. ;
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Fleet Weather evened the score ";J. >

,."4 In 'their half of the fifth when TOP TROPHY-'Big John' Littkton;captain of the WO edition of the

Hank Galio scored on a throwing Jax Navy Fliers, presents the Sixth Naval District Softball cham.

miscue after reaching first when pionship trophy to Capt. John R, Kincald, station CO. The Fliers won
hit by a pitch. the district affair at Memphis,and then went on to finish second in the

The Hunters scored the South Atlantic regional. The trophy will beoe display at the gym In 'i

decisive tallies in the sixth after Bldg.,3. "

two errors allowed a pair of runs "I'
w to score. Ben Jones Piano Studio :

Following the game, Cdr. Jack :1

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and 25-26 and is open to all _
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women and dependent wives of I r NNI
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.: Jax -. Patrol Squadron 45's Red Darters have a one-game lead in the : LE

I American League touch football loop, following Monday's 22-0 win over the

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The Darter's Fred Jordan .
Adomyetz and Fred Jordon each In the season's opening game a
scored a pair of touchdowns in
scoring a TD. day earlier, Communications
the affair, scoring on pass playsin The Marine Barracks opened knocked off the 679th 6-0 on a
the first and second halves. A
their 27 second half TD aerial receptionby
season successfully July ,
Joe Bretton six pointer and a pairof
with a 2&-0 win over Air Al Thornton.
two-point PAT plays the
Jim scored
Operations. McCray a
Darters their second win.
pair of touchdowns, while Tom
In the other Monday game, the
Hickinbotham and
Marines from MATSG handed Roger Dunlap
each contributed a single six- [mJOOTImm
ComFairJax a 32-8 defeat.
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