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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Air Safety Award.M

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: Jax .. Patrol Squadron Five was among two local i

squadrons that were named last week winners, of the .
Chief of Naval Operations Aviation Safety Award '' ',
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The Jax based Mad Foxes and Cecil Field's Attack' 1 I

Squadron 72 were selected as the best In terms of 1 r, yw )jf Jl'

aviation safety with their type aircraft In the Atlantic q ,,
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Fleet, S 4 '
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j The award Is the third In five years for the Foxes. .' ,

The squadron, has logged 76,500'accident free hours S 55 \) ','

since mid-196 while flying the P 2 Neptune, and more t : '
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recently the P 3 Orion. S S5 y VP 5 returned here In June after four months In ""j

Sicily. VA-72 recorded almost 7,000 accident free hours

I over the past 20 months while flying the A 7 Corsair II, ; ,J;,

;? In announcing the Atlantic Fleet awards, VAdm, ,
; Robert L. Townsend, commander Naval Air Force '(

Atlantic, said, 'Congratulations and well done to the !< I"
/ winners. Achievement of, this recognition Is the T' ;,

hallmark Indicative of dynamic and inspired leadership, '

esprit de.corps. and continuing devotion to duty
Formal award presentations to the squadrons will be

announced at a later date. .

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Grice Wins Title As :'




Top Traffic ManagerJaxJohn

Published by tin Hull PublUNw Company,n Private firm,Opinion eaprened by Uit publisher ind Mile,.herein ere their own. and nut to be considered in 0 Ifl I Id 11 I eaprnslon olVilliury III'
depwtntnt The ppnnno of dv.rUinenU In hit publication) doeinotcoiwlUutttn emlornernent ol any mllltiry dMtirtnwnt!ol the products or services.dv.rtted. L. Grice sends things Since that time he has initiated
VOL..28 NO. 25 /1.NAVAL AIR STATION,HCKSOHVILU,"H.OKIDI SEPTEMBER 10, 1970,
,' different places for;the Navy by programs ,and procedures that
trucks, ships, planes and trains.In have vastly increased the
fund fact, he I sent 381,000 items efficiencyandeffectiveness of the
Annual Drive
\ weighing a total of 61-million transportation section, accordingto
pounds to locations as, near as supply department officials
Mayport and as far away as ,While improving the efficiencyof
Campaign To Begin Vietnam with, such efficiency the section, he also began 'j ,
during the last year that he has .transportation methods that are
been named the Navy's top saving the Navy in excess of
Jax-The 1970-71 Combined Agencies: into'a one-time drive 4 traffic manager $70,000 annually ,
55 Federal Campaign an,annual for government employees: both A civilian employee, Grice, 36, The, NAS traffic I office issued
plea to, help thousands throughthe civilian and military. will be honored, for his 16,445 government bills of lading, a'
campaign's participating In addition to the admiral, achievement during the :silver crated the 381,00 items,'received
(fr. S agencies -, begins aboard- the those at the?meeting will hear anniversary forum'of the 411,000 items and handled the ?.(;i
\ station Wednesday at ;10 a.m. Mrs. Ruth Ferrari, the Southeast National Defense Transportation receipt of nearly 13,000 bills of ; \
with a kick-off meeting at King Regional representative for the L Association in San Francisco lading through a number of
Hall (Bldg. 563 in NATTC area), International Service Agencies, : Ay Sept., 21. commercial carriers last year -
RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth, speak on behalf of the four As the material transportationofficer all under the supervision of
commander Fleet Air,Jackson- agencies which receive money John L. Grice for the station's ,supply Grice.
through the annual drive. ...top traffic manager department, Grice was
vlIIe,and co-chairman for this The cost of transporting those
is Frank nominated for the honor
Also scheduled
speak along
year's: drive, will address items throughout the world exceeded .
Brennan, senior vice president of with other outstanding Navy
commanding officers, coordinators lO-million.
the Prudential Life '''Insurance Navy Relief traffic managers throughout the
'and keymen during thecampaign's Company, and chairman of the world. Grice lives with his wife and

initial meeting. United Fund. Another speakerwill The award is given annually by 'two children at 3316 Hollycrest '
The Combined Federal represent the, health Classes BeginJax the Military Traffic Management Blvd, Orange Park.
Campaign is a 'once-a-year agencies participating in the ,Terminal Service to one person He is a member of National
solicitation for voluntary health campaign. from each of the armed services Defense Transportation
and welfare agencies., The single Similar kick-off meetings will -Mrs. Pat I Anderson, who who displays excellence in Association, and the alternate
drive combines the former be held at Mayport's station is conducting' Navy Relief promoting better traffic chairman of the Florida Joint
campaigns of the United Fund of theater at 1:30: pm. Monday, and training classes beginning today, management. Astray Freight Committee: In the
Jacksonville, and the, National Cecil Field's theater at 10 a.m. will also be available to present A veteran of 18 years of traffic latter position, he. cleared 158 "" ,
,I Health and International Service Tuesday. Navy Relief briefings to officers management, Grice transferredto astray pieces of government
and enlistees at their local NAS Jacksonville two years freight while making visits to the
commands. Commands may'call local carrier industry during the
ago from a similar job with the
her at Ext. 3515 to schedule
a Air, Force at Cannon AFB, N. M. past year.program .
briefing.A .


t T 1 e Ib a'q 4 New Air Charter Program To Offer .

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II 4 n Reduced Fare :
I; ftt.1k Navy, Dependents .

. t new air .charter program participants will be provided Priority for the charter travel ;"
designed minimize the impactof information on special rates for will be given first to dependents y'
, e s extended absences on Navy hotel accommodations and tours, of personnel in units deployed 'I", I
! personnel and their dependentswas arranged through designated overseas, and next to active duty r.

I* ,announced by the Chief of agents. Navymen stationed overseas.'Outstanding' I,
4 Naval Operations.
\ This program will facilitate
: PO's
i travel of dependents to overseas Rate :

, areas frequented by deployed
units and travel of active duty
, personnel l stationed overseas for Meritorious Advancement :
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a ro si q leave purposes. Chartered air
r t ,, r. q. ,, xd f transportation will be arrangedto
i ;/> J ; coincide with '''In-port liberty The Navy's enlisted advancement which will allow par- ,
! H' tMH peak leave periods. system, though long ticularly qualified petty officers '
! All costs of air charter flights recognized as fair and equitable, to be meritoriously advanced to
I ,will be absorbed by participantson may be a stumbling block to a First and Chief.A .
a pro-rata basis. However, the small number of petty officers special selection board of "
; n gwvd reduced fares offered by char- whose performance in their officers and senior petty officers \
: Jax..Robert Christy, the W9 70, Northeast Florida Muscular tering should provide 'opportunities rating is obviously superior will convene in January 1971 to '"
. Dystrophy Poster Boy, receives a Naval Oceanographic plaque from for travel to overseas although they may not be able to review records of those
:! Capt. Vernon L. Micheel, chief of staff for COMFAIRJAX. The areas that previously had been pass the exam after numerous nominated t
k presentation was initiated by Tom Taggert who works In the Fleet Air beyond the financial means of attempts. Fewer than 100 will be advanced
r oceanographic office and is a friend of the 13-year-old Christy. many Navymen and their The Chief of Naval Personnel to CPO and only 200 to
Christy's mother and local Muscular Dystrophy representatives also families. issued a notice to announce an POI.Selectees must be only those
attended the presentation. Also under the program, enlisted advancement pilot whoareoutstandingin all aspects.




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Y' 7 7 The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different The following is a report of
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: motor vehicle accidents and
breakfast t a.m. to 7:30: a.m. dinner-11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to
5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.; traffic violations for the period
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m., supper 5:00: p.m. to 6:15.: Both Dining halls ob August 24-30.
serve the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast 4:30: a.m. to
8:30: a.m. brunch 9:30: a.m. to 12:30: pmIand supper'>'4 p.m. to 5:30: p.m.
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 Number of Accidents
cents;dinner and brunch fords cents and supper for 50 cents.

This week 4
Friday, September 11 Manea .Hoiaiuco: : iauied Corn,
Pumpkin Pie, Spice Topping. Total accidents this year through
BREAKFAST. Hot Grits, Eggs to SUPPER. Roast Veal Loaf, Brown August 216
Order, Creamed Chopped Beef, Home Gravy, Steamed Rice, Buttered Number of accidents through
Fried Potatoes, Raised Doughnuts. Broccoli Spears, I Ice Cream Cups.
Editorial View PointsHoIr DINNER .. Oyster Stew, Fish August 1969 281
Platter, Perch Shrimp and Scallops, Tuesday, September 15 Total number of days since last
Baked Chicken and Rice, MacaroniAu injury in a motor vehicle accident
Gratin, Buttered Broccoli, Ice BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, 88
Cream Sundaes. Eggs to Order, Creamed Chipped
SUPPER to Chicken Cacciatore, Beef, Home Fried Potatoes, Chocolate
JP f Profession Boiled Spaghetti, Pizza Pie, Buttered Doughnuts. Number Violations
of ArmsA Mixed Vegetables, Bread Pudding, DINNER. Beef Rice Soup, Country
Chicken, Chicken Glazed
Strawberry Sauce. Style Gravy
week
This 48
Sweet Potatoes, Buttered Hominy,
professional is defined as a person engaged in an occupation Saturday, September 12 Creole Green Beans, Devils Food Speeding 9
requiring ,a high degree of training and proficiency. More often than Cake, Vanilla Cream Icing. Reckless Driving 0
not, the term is applied to those engaged in law, medicineeducation, EARLY BREAKFAST .. Hot SUPPER .. Grilled Hamburgers or Going through stop sign 6
Farina, Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes, Cheeseburgers, French Fried
theology and.athletics. Baked Sausage Patties, Raisin Rolls. Potatoes, Spanish Style Lima Beans, Other violations 33
By the very definition of the word, we in the Armed Forces are in a BRUNCH to Spanish Beef Patties, Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Bread
calling requiring a high degree of training and proficiency Cottage Fried Potatoes, Buttered Pudding, Lemon Sauce. Twenty-three drivers appeared
We also meet other qualifications as members of a profession. The Whole Kernel Corn, Ice Cream Cups. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
SUPPER Pepper Beef Steak, Wednesday, September 16
military profession requires specific technical knowledge, has an Brown Gravy to Mashed Potatoes, September 3. Disposition of
identifiable doctrine, a complex of institutions peculiar to itself, Buttered Succotash, Broccoli BREAKFAST. Buttered Farina, the cases included the following:
educational patterns adapted to its own needs, a career structure of its Polonaise, Spice Cake, Butter Cream Scrambled Eggs, Blueberry Griddle lost
and Icing. Cakes, Baked Sausage Patties, Eighteen driving and
in
own a place society.
.
Praline Buns.DINNER parking privileges aboard stationfor
The military professional is comparable to other professions in Sunday, September 13 to Split Pea Soup, Sim. various periods nine were
;
many ways. In the performance of his duties; the military man often mered Corn Beef, Hot Mustard Sauce,
needs the dedication of a doctor, the faith of a clergyman, the staminaof EARLY BREAKFAST .. Hot Oat. Boiled Potatoes, Buttered Cabbage, 'assigned to compete in eight-hour
meal, Eggs to Order, French Toast, Buttered Carrots, Blueberry Pie. cpurse in remedial driving;
athlete the knowledge of educator the of
an
an
judgment a lawyer
Minute Steaks, Bear Claws. SUPPER to Sweet & Sour Pork, seven received suspensions; none
Et g l; iSTI mI ymNN:): : ; ::% '<<" :':::: :' 1 BRUNCH to Grilled Ham &Cheese Chicken A La King, Rice Pilaff, were given warnings; three were
Sandwiches, French Fried Potatoes, Buttered Asparagus, Ice Cream Cups.
Hot Baked Beans, Ice Cream Cups. dismissed; seven were fined (U.
SUPPER ,. Grilled Pork Chops, Thursday, September 17 S. Commissioner); and four were
Onion Gravy, Franconla Potatoes, referred to their commanding
Baked Corn & Potatoes, Buttered BREAKFAST to Hot Rolled Oats, officers for
possible disciplinaryaction.
Fresh Frozen Brussels Sprouts, Apple Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes, Fried
Pie. Ham Slices, Cinnamon Rolls. .
DINNER .. New England Clam Twelve drivers were assessed
Chowder, Deep Fried FJsh, Scalloped
w Monday, September 14 Ham, Macaroni and Tomatoes, forty traffic points.
Seasoned Spinach Polonaise
BREAKFAST -. Buttered Hominy Cauliflower, Applesauce Cake, Brown >>"tfi'lif,,,,,,:,it-, __,
Grits, Eggs to Order, French Toast, Sugar Icing.SUPPER .
Broiled Bacon Slices, Cake .. Beef Stroganoff, But. I-)cvine2e
Doughnuts: tered Egg Noodles, Broccoli Spears,
and a patriot's unshakable belief in his country; DINNER -. Knickerbocker Soup, Baking Powder Biscuits, Ice Cream
Every member of the armed forces, whether serving for two'or 30 Pepper Steak, Natural Gravy, Sundaes. / t1 lce

years, is a professional in every sense of the word.
He is a descendent of the Roman Legions that helped bring I
civilization to the world, the gallant Greeks at Marathanthe stalwartsof
Valley Forge, the men of the Meuse Argonne, the defenders of the CATHOLICNAVAL

Wake Island and the embattled heroes of frozen Choain. I dl I I I i I ,
The profession of arms, and the men who follow it, have shaped I

nations profession and in changed today's troubled the history world of hold the world.not only Those the fate who of follow our nationin that I II i ill ..II I 61 iNIINIlI16111i i, II IIlillll llll dll Nllu ll LIII IIh I N d IInIIII Ilu h IIIUII NII IdIIINdllllilullll, h I! iIIIIIIniIN,l 6 I I N II I GId I llildhll i l il hlP Saturday AIR Mass STATION. 5 P.M.

their hands, but that of the free world as well. Sunday Mass 11:00 A.M.

As a doctor can help heal the sickness of men, a lawyer or educatorthe PIRATES COVE INN Daily Mass 11:30 A.M.
illness of society and a member of the clergy the hurts of the heart, Saturday Confessions

the military professional can help heal the sickness of nations. Phil Cay and the Chantels appear at the Pirates Cove tonight, and 10:30: 11:15: a.m.

Walk proudly, for you, too, are a member of an old and honored the Dark Entry is scheduled to appear tomorrow and Saturday. On
profession. Sunday the Tears of Joy will be on stage. The Brothers will be here NAVAL HOSPITAL
Monday, Lorenzo's Soul Treatment makes its weekly appearance Sunday Mass 8 A.M.

Tuesday, and Wednesday is Four of Clubs night.
OR d ($ $R NATTC
ACEY DEUCEY CLUB Sunday Mass 93d<1 A.M.-
Bldg. 500

Friday evening there will be music by the Four Clubs, and on /.
Saturday the 3 Sounds will be appearing at the club. Tommy 'C' is PROTESTANTNAVAL
Sunday evening's feature. Noon Specials are featured in the Acey

Deucey dining room. '
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Sunday Worship 10 A.M.
CPO CLUB

NAVAL AIR STATION
Mel Gaden provides music for dancing Friday night. The Four Clubs Sunday

are the featured artists Saturday and Sunday evenings:, Also on Holy Communion 8:30:
Sunday there will be a special on Prime Rib Roast in the dining room A.M. Bldg. 750

for$1.95. Monday through Friday there is a noon buffet from 11 a.m. to Church School (all ages)
1:30: p.m. A.M.

Junior Church (Nursery-
OFFICERS CLUBToday's grade 6)) 10 A.M.
JTAX AIR NEWS Divine Worship Service
events include Duplicate Bridge, an AFMA luncheon and, 10 A.M. Bldg.'750
Beefeaters Night. ,By popular demand, the Fisherman's Harvest Junior Youth Fellowship
Buffet returns to the club tomorrow. On
Saturday, there will be dinner 1 P.M. Bldg. 722
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper and dancing to Phil Cay and the Chantels. You are invited to gather Senior Youth
distributed each around the piano and join in the Sing-Along Fellowship
Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air' Station., Saturday night. 130
P.M. Bldg. 722
Jacksonville, Florida by ,the Holt Publishing Company, a The Sunday buffet'will take place from 5 to 9 p.m. On Tesday, there
private firm All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS will be a Family Night Special and Wednesday VP-45 will hold a 'his
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS & hers' luncheon and VW-4 will hold a coffee. There is also a Ceiling Tuesday

Jacksonville, by 12:00noon on Monday before publication. News Zero Happy Hour Wednesday,evening. '
items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 772..11IR or Christian Science Service
3119. USO CLUB 7 P.M.


Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries On Friday night the USO will hold a 'kiddie party' with little boys Tuesday

concerning such should be directed to: and girls dress. On Saturday dance to goodies on the juke. The Sunday Senior Choir Rehearsal .
Vesper Service and refreshments will be provided by the Southside
7 P.M. Bldg. 750
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
Presbyterian Church, and the free feature movie is entitled 'Going My
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Way'. ,

Telephone 388.2755 Swing with Denny on Monday night. Tuesday night, Game Night, is NATTCDivine '
also the night of the United Fund 'Kick Off.'There will be'a big show at Worship -12 P.M.

VOL. 28 NO. 25 SEPTEMBER 10, 1970 the Jacksonville Coliseum at 8 p.m., and in the lobby of the coliseum Bldg. 500Evening
see the USO living display at 7 p.m. Each Wednesday Al Albert is the Worship.P.M.
MC of a record hop starting at 8. Bldg. 500



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VA-45" Gives New Look To Open House ,:j



r.m r. Uyl/rjK.MI' | >uKan, Another interesting item was ontrmporary Navy Man plays in
g I*AU, VA-'I5! constructed by PI13 II.M.U the community Individually,you
White. lie calls it a Hydroplane know the endeavors of your
Swinging to the lively tunes and uses it as a small racing boat. husband Collectively, If the
vocalized by Simon and Navy moved from the Jax area it "
Inrfunkcl and Dionnc Warwick, One of the more original would!suffer a tremendous loss of
the 'Blackbirds' of Attack Squadron concotions was dreamed up and support in community projects.'
45 ushered in a new typeof put together by AMS2 J. B. After the welcoming remarks,
open house. Edmonds. Entitled the 'Hugger,' the visiting families and guests
As over GOO) people toured the this bicycle-like creation has moved outside to view the
squadron spaces on Sept. 3, they been known to achieve 44 m.p.h. Blackbirds in action as they ,
f '
were greeted with a different with some 'fancy-footwork successfully demonstrated a two- "

type of static display In additionto Also on display were boats, section takeoff and a diamond fly "
by (like one done by the Blue
the usual display of squadron
cars, a Honda 750 CC, a rifle
aircraft, flight gear, and collection, an outstanding Angels)much tothe, delight of the /
onlookers The four then
working spaces, the Blackbirds assemblage of records which planes
initialed,the diamond hreak-up .
made available displays provided the background sounds
for landing an extremely .'
,
representing a cross section of and vibrations, and an MK 12.20 '
the men's off duty endeavors, MM cannon with a rate of fire of complicated and complex
maneuver .which requires split ';
many representing long hours of 880 rds a minute and an effective :'
arduous work as well as of 200 yards. second timing.Completing. "
range
John Dillard, Ion of LCdr. J.S. Dillard, mounts the 'Hugger.r .' enjoyment. the afternoon's
Among the unique and In a welcome address by Cdr' activities was an exhibition ;
Interesting hobbles on display A. II. Gonzales, commanding provided by the ComFairJax
Included an airboat owned and officer of VA-45, he stated that SAR (Sea Air Rescue Team), A
built by ADJI Jerry Ward which while these were ,many of the helicopter,piloted by LCdr. J. T.
lie uses for hunting, fishing, and efforts undertaken by our McCullough demonstrated techniques --
water skiing (A boats were first enlisted men, many of the more used in picking up
Introduced to Florida in 194.1 as a worthwhile activities could not be downed aviators. The afternoon
f a means of traveling through the shown. 'There are many men active proved to be a tremendous 'j
Y d d thick grass of the Everglades as In Boy Scouts, YMCA, Big success for all involved.
well as In hunting frogs and Brothers, community and church
,I r alligators,)This particular boat projects. When you hear of JORDAN'SHOUSE
has a power of 12$ IIP and a top worthwhile charity drives, you
speed of between 85.70 mph will find a Navy man or his wife WASHING
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stated that, there is no way to
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New Holidays ; i \

r the QK SHED tytM.Ar'
Don't Begin


Until 1971

.lax' -Unpack! your bags und
forget that extra holiday that we!
Hook viewed! : 'Calico marriage. reported you'd be gelling( in last
Palace'! Gentle, city bred Kendra soon week's edition of the lax' Air
Icy: ( wen Itristow found herself cook and a good News. We regret the error (in the pt "ft 11' p,
Published by: Thomas T, one at the rough mine camp, holiday story that said five! more
Crowed Co.Reviewed. where she foraged for food while! holidays remain In' this yeur.
Hy: Louise Dovell fending off Indians and gossiping There! are three !left: Veterans!
neighbors. It was on the pack Day, 'thanksgiving and Christ-
Gwen Bristow, the gifted writer (train thatKendra, met Marny and mUSt
of so many good stories of pioneer her entourage. Columbus Uay (Odober) 12))
days, has written a colorful new Marny, a beautiful, versatile, will not become an official
historical novel about California self-reliant redhaired girl, national holiday until I 11I71! und
in 1848, the year before the great planned to open a gambling tent will he observed on the second
IMO gold rush. at the mine camp, When Marny, Monday in (October thereafter FOR WAY I INN-'President of;the Navy Wives Club of American, tax ;
The 900 people in San Franciscoat looking around at her new Veterans Uay will he Wednesday, 86, Barbara Howard (Left) ,and club Chaplain, Darlene Morton
that lime (in what the book establishment,. consisting of November II,. II70! However, present book*, games, soft drinks, clothing and the ping pong
covers calls a 'frontier shanty :planks laid across packing boxes beginning next year I U( will be >equipment and.table to HMC Stanley G. Gjorek, NAS Sanitationwho is
town') were the plank owners. so and pork barrels with a few observed the fourth Monday in accepting the gifts. on behalf of the, youth' at, the. Way Inn .in
to speak of the gold rush. These calico curtains, remarked that it October Jacksonville '
)(
people were already there when did not I look elegant enough for( a, JA gg ReportSOn
the first news of the gold bonanzawas fancy name, Kendra "suggestedshe Fall
Projects
whispered around and they call it the 'Calico Palace.' So
had almost a year to mine for Calico Palace it was called, even Jax-The month. of August.saw
themselves before the news after Marny was able to build the several J guests and newjy
reached the eastern states and elegant place she wanted. initiated members join the clubas
the first Forty-Niners arrived. There was Captain Pollock in well as (two members'transfer
There was Johann Augustus love with his ship and in from I ho club t
Sutler described by the authoras consolable when his crew Visitors at the meetings! were(!
'the most magnificant deserted to pan for gold. There Debra Box, Petra Brock, Jill
humbug ever to cross the western was Pocket, so called because his Latham and J President Barbara
mountains.' Sutter was a dictatorin pockets were always overloaded. Howard's mother! Mrs. It. II.
his own little empire, a town There was Ted and there was Gillespie from, Oak Ridge! Tenn.
built around Sutler's Fort, wherehe Hiram, both reluctant to tell Six members were initialed.t, they
received his cut from every where they came from. Why are: Elaine: Borrie Annie Prior,
activity for miles around. Sut they, and most of their friends, Jane Tracy, Michelle Koulf, Clois
ler's Fort was' later named were there was their own story Owens and Geraldine; Lamar,
Sacramento, the beautiful and most of them were not 5'S Evelyn Lutz and her husband
present day capital of California. talking. But It was their fortune, Y4ays will be leaving for Brunswick
There was Kendra Logan, who or perhaps for some misfortune, Maine, and Becky Webb and
went around Cape Horn to join to be there when gold was for the husband are! going to Okinawa.
her mother and Army officer taking, and they took their share. Project Happy Heart has kepi
step-father at the Army Post The influx of the Forty Niners 1 the club busy during the past
(because she had no other placeto into California is well known : several weeks, mending toys for
go); and was soon caught up ina history but the author has written :5i'N the Milnor Day Care Center. The!
whirlwind courtship andJax's tremendous human interest into center is a pail of-the! lleudslarl
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the growth of a sleepy town, with i program The Hub donated (he
only a dusty trail for a main toys, balls, u playground swingset
GreatestFURNITURE street, into a seething, overgrownmass and an indoor, and outdoor
of shacks built of 'tarpaper American flag lo the school They
,and toothpicks,' beset' with' also replaced the much worn
Values! earthquake arson, mud slides scrapbooks for the children
and lawlessness. Betty (Crocker' Coupons are
WHOLESALE How Kendra and Marny and being collected by I the club In help
PRICE TOEVERYONE their friends helped change the SIGNS FOR RE-UP .. The BOQ's SD2 Manuel Loria, a 10-year their sister NWCA Honeybee'sclub
balance of power back to law and Navyman signs the reenlistment papers for an additional two years. in Culfporl; Miss purchasean
order, build fire proof buildingsand LCdr. S. L. Snodderly administered the oath before Loria received urgently needed kidney
j start the town toward being orders to the USS William Pratt,based at Mayport Naval Station. machine i .

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Avoid SyndromeWASHINGTONAutumn Home ,- NATTC }In The News I ITop


't f" .., ,. < By Stella Gatollnskl'
.,.. ; .' 0, .t'<, '
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close upon us and children are ... ; Graduate enlisted in the Navy on August 10.
He is married to the former
1961.
going to go back to school. Jax--AN Charles M, Ohr
Lee .
Sharon
Miss Libby.Reenlistments
Mothers who looked forward to j..'"j' graduated from Class 018A last
this day all summer suddenlyfind '".,', f week with the second highest
themselves suffering from score ever attained at AO 'A' AEI Kenneth L. Freezor has
the empty home syndrome.This gf School. reenlisted for five more years.
is the ideal time for the jaaeA LCdr. Preston, the supervisorof Capt. John E. Kennedy con
Navy wife to give a little of her Ordnance Training; presentedhim ducted the ceremony in his office
time and experience to the Navy, ', ke with a plaque and a cer- September 1. Freezor attended
community or herself-to plan tificate for his outstanding Hutchinson High School in
and actually get going on one or achievement. His average was Hutchinson, Kan., and enlisted in
two of those projects she has hadon t 95.09, and he had been honormansix the Navy in 1961. He is presentlyan
the back.burner for years. k.'t r., times.
".' ,", (: instructor at the AE 'A' School
Some wives are going back to : The highest score ever recorded and is married to the former Miss
school themselves to get that :' < at the school was achieved by Marsha Roberts. They have one

degree they always wanted or to AA Leverentz who graduated in child and are expecting another
study just one particular subjectin 1955 with an average of 97.80.A very shortly.
which they are interested. i native of Waxahachie, Tex., The first class petty officer
Others find this is the time to take ) AN Ohr attended Southern likes to ,spend his spare time

part in community projects suchas : Methodist University in Dallas swimming and taking pictures.The .
womens' clubs, social agencies t it ,and holds a degree in business.He commanding officer's
Red Cross activities and enlisted in the Navy on office was also the setting for
countless others. January 28,1970, and has appliedfor AE1 Stanislaus Luczak's
Many Navy wives who now ...t'MdY 5W Officer Candidate School. reenlistment ceremony. Luczak
have time on their hands might Ohr is married to the former shipped over for six more
think seriously about Someone told this junior officer to drop In at NAS Jax Officers' Club Miss Michele S. Eriksen, and September 4. yearson
offering
Sept. 19 for the barn dance from 6 p.m. until 1 a.m. When told he would
volunteer to the Relief they have one son. He enjoysvolleyball He stationed
help
Navy was previously at
probably spend most of the evening shooting the bull, he decided to get touch football and
China Lake Calif. and is
Society or the Family Services in some much-needed practlve. Probably due to the scarcity of bulls in now
watching auto races, especiallythe the AE 'B' School
Centers. Their know how in attending here.
the Bold New City accomplished bull-shooters are few and far 7 Formula and
Group races
helping new. and bewildered between. Keep trying I Tickets are available at the NAS Jax O'Club AdvancementsOn
the Grand Prix. His next duty
Navy families who are un- and Cecil Field Special Services.
familiarwith the station or beset'by assignment will be in Kingsville, the morning of September 1,

unusual difficulties would be Tex. Capt. Kennedy presented certificates -
invaluable. and congratulated two
Honor Class new chiefs and four new first
class petty officers in the
SACRIFICE The students of Class 101 won chaplain's outer office.
Hi12.ltt.WMWt. tSfllItiU.tlUlttCE Your favorite Uncle the competition for Honor Classat The new chiefs are AOC Claude

.INT K.-.MI2SMill.mtVikilti I5I the AE 'A' School for the weekof A. Crockett and AEC Billy R.
niU.milMM.HMO asks to buy August 24 through. August 28. Phillips.. The new E-6's are AEl
1OI1t,3fNaaAr, ,.,..e...,,....... 15,i0 ,a. you This was their third win, and they Lamar' Carr, AEl William E.
p11te 11tba PINwir.,11,311
WI-7S mil*d.Iir.ry Y U.S. Savings achieved it with a total of 930 Myers, AEl Ronald A. Immell
N*Irodt at IhtM prictl. points. and AEl Patrick T, Doughty
N.d..l.rpl. k4
Bonds
/N plCt(tlfw M lUEW) new
Honorman
'. Freedom SharesI
AEl Wayman C. Scott
graduated as Honorman of Class
CAROUSEL MOBILE HOMES 012 of the AE 'B' School here on
.t SW Phllllpt Hwy. 7334700 September 1. His average was
85.78. The Mingus, Tex. native
attended Gordon Public High

School in Gordon, Tex, and
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A MA Warns:

I

Use Little White Pill CarefullyA


113-year-old pill holds the white tablets every year. ((1)) Most family doctors think S
uncontested record as the world's Since aspirin is such an Im- it's safe to take an aspirin or two y t'f
most popular and useful drug. portant and common item, it's to relieve headaches, cramps or
That pill is aspirin, and, according worth your time to learn a few minor aches. But if the dosagehas I
to the American Medical facts about its use. Here are some to be repeated several timesa
Association, Americans swallow tips from the National Safety day for several days, the doctor
more than 16 billion of these little Council: should be called. "

....- ((2)) Never take an aspirin to :
reduce fever without consultingyour
doctor. By doing so you may
SA be masking disease symptoms. L",
fM ((3)) Be sure to drink a full glass
of water when you take aspirinand RETIRES .. In a brief ceremony last week HMC Harold W. Milford
don't swallow them on an transferred to the fleet reserve after 20 years on active duty.
empty ,stomach. Otherwise you Presenting the Fleet Air Wing Eleven plaque Is Capt. W. J. Pressler,
may irritate your stomach. commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven For the past two years Chief
((4)) Don't take aspirin if you Milford was assigned temporary additional duty with the Naval Air
have a stomach ulcer. Aspirin's Station Dispensary and was commended by CFAW-11 for his out-
weak acid can irritate an ulcer. standing ptrftrmanc
((5)) Since aspirindeteriorates in
the bottle, don't buy more than a "f 4sKs
'two-or-three month supply. If
,t
N4t the tablets in your aspirin bottle
have a vinegary smell or crumblein
your hands, throw them out
((6)) Aspirin's greatest danger it
its familiarity. There are M iH
probably very few medicine

cabinets that don't contain a
bottle of aspirin. Make sure you
keep it well out of the reach of
curious, cabinet exploring
young children. Aspirin in large
doses can be fatal.
.5

FOR HELPING YOUTH. TN Maarel| Etty receives" I meritorious. 1rr
mast from Cct. John R, Kincaid,NAS CO, In r.cotnltlen,of the time
and tfforts he devoted.to the Summer Youth Camp here During tilt II
weeks that the camp was In union, 'Manny' spent most of his free RECEIVES TOP WARRANT-Marine CWO Guy L. Ditty receiveda '
hours helping'the boys along In sports, game and other activities, certificate warranting his promotion to CWO 4 from Mal| J.,F. La
offering advice whenever needed. He oven gave gifts to the o E JhUSS14MNS vln, Marine Barracks CO, Sept. 1 1. Ditty, a veteran of 22 y'lrsln the
underprivileged. youngsters, including shoes and a 10-speed bicycle. I Corps has been temporarily assigned' to the Marine Barracks since
In the words of Camp Director Joe Regna, 'Manny was the best thing y early last month while awaiting orders.
that happened to the Schliti Send A Kid To Camp program.' 10NDS
E-6's May Soon
FRIENDLY, RELAXED&

LOW RENT, LOW TAXES, etc., means.. Keep' Civvies nmiiiiiiMHiiiiiimimimiiiiiiiiiiHiii QUIET ATMOSPHERE

Aboard ShipsWASHINGTON I IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
CECIL FIELD, NAS
If you're a CLOSE -TO SCHOOLS,
first class petty officer with CHURCHES, AND
LOW OVERHE
"I orders for duty, you may soon be SHOPPINGIIIMII.IIIIMIIMIIII.I.fMIIIIIIMIMIIIIII.I'
I permitted to have civilian clothes
Mr, & Mrs Payton Watson,
aboard ship. That's the,, latest
word from Admiral Elmo R. 771.6666
Zumwalt Jr, Chief of Naval Take 103rd to Firestone
i. Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks
Operat Past Forrest high School.
SAVE HUNDREDS A pilot program in some First
,and Sixth Fleet ships is already :f
underway. Based on evaluation OLONIAL
1770 EXEC'S AND DEMO'SPlymouths
reports from participating ships,
this program may be extended to FOREST
the entire crew.
and
ChryslersBELOW There are no restrictions being ,
5928 FIRESTONE I ROAD .
placed on style or type of clothes

Dealer's COST! worn.


PREMIUM of PREMIUM TIRES
I A LARGE SELECTION OF PLYMOUTH and CHRYSLER STATION WAGONS

Site

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DUSTERHEADQUARTERS
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PRICES! TIRES WILL BE RATED, J>

4. BEST SELECTION!
!! 'ft New Belted
Engines from 140 t-pack to 440 6-packl Steel Shield
4-Speedt and automatics! Good Approximately 100 *Two Bias Plys
selection with girl
Of DynacorTwo
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLA. Westside 532 Cassat Ave. 388.7371 Jim Reeder
Southslde 3388 Philips Hwy. 398.9510 Darrel Nobles
Spnnghel I 17tH Main St. 354.9051 Troy Spharler
PHONE 264-2417 RiverSide 205 Stockton St. 38P.0782 Tom Dunn



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Guide To State Deadlines r For Absentee BallotsINSURANCE .




CHECK THESE STATE DATE TIME STATE DATE TIME

DATES AND TIMES
Kansas Nov 2 N ,MondaV be/or. North Carolina Oct 31 NoonSaturdaybeors'

No matter how much effort you upend to ensure each date of election .',"1' date of election'I.... ,
Individual has been given "in-hand" a Federal Post Card North.Dakota Nov JO One week alter ,?.' '
Application, and he has reeeind Kentucky Nov 3 Before polls close ,
an absentee ballot, It .date of election "''" ,
I. aU to no avail If the marked ballot doe not reach' date of election -.-----------_ -- ,
that serviceman's home State at the pre-ntabUshed date ---- Ohio Nov 3 Noon, date of election 1
and time. Louisiana Nov 3 In time to allow delivery ,'t -' -' ',T
Oklahoma Oct 30 b I) ,be/ore
This I. the list of States p.m.
and their I datea and times of ballot to commission I I
for reeehlnr marked date of election
absentee yoUng ballots. Ballots date ot election _
reeeived after these dates and times will not be accepted
Oregon Nov..3 Before polls close
and will not be counted.
'Maine 1 ,N ov. 3 3 p.m.,date of election 1 date of election

STATE DATE TIME Pennsylvania Oct. 30 I 6) p.m., Friday b'/or. r ,
___._ Maryland I Nov.3 Before polls close 1 : date of election i

Alabama Nov.3 Before polls close date of election ,;.\ -- ---- --
,Rhode Island Nov. 3 9 p.m.,date of election

+ w.+M... ..rr date of. election. .. Massachusetts Nov.3 Before polls close ,
South Carolina Nov.3' Betore poUs close
Alaska Nov.3 Postmark must be no later date election s"1 / date otelectlon

than date of election ,''II>' ," .
Michigan Nov.3 Before polls dose South Dakota Nov. a Before polls 1 close ..
Arizona Nov; 3 6 p.m.,date of election date of election date of election "j .

Tennessee Nov. 8 10 a.m.,date of election
Anan"l Nov.3 4 p.m.,date of election Mlnneaota' Nov.3 Before polls elope ,

date of election Tern Nov.a 1 p.m.,date of election
California Nov. 2 6 p.m.,day before election j I '
Utah Nov.a Before polls close r t
Mississippi nov.3 In time to deliver ballot to
Colorado Nov.8 I 6) p.m.,date ot election date of election ,
'officials I 1 date election 1 returns I''

Connecticut Nov.,2 G p.m.. ,day before election are received and I canvassed Vermont Noy. 8 Before polls close '
date of election ,, ,
"
Delaware Nov. 2 Noon, day before election Missouri Nov. 2, 4 p.m.,day b/or.election ..""j
Virginia Nov. a Before polls elope I

District of (Noneln Montana' Nov 3 Before pons close date of election

Columbia 1970)) 'dateofelecUon. Washington, ,Nov. 18 18 days after date
of election
Florida Nov. 2 6 p.m.,day before election
Nebraska Nov., 5 10 a.m., Thursday Following
Wat Virginia Nov a,, Betore polo close .""
date of election 1
Georgia Nov.3 7 p.m.,date of election date election ,;;):.

Hawaii Nov tl Noon,6th day following Nevada Nov 3 Before polls close WilOODSln Nov.8 Before polls close 'r'.,'': '
date of election date of election \*' date of election I,
"
Idaho Nov 3 Noon,date of election New Nov.3 Before' polls close 1 Wyoming Noy.8 date Before of election opening, of Polls

Hampshire date of election
Illinois Nov 3 Before potts close
U.S. TERRITORIES
date of election New Jersey Nov.3 Before polls close ,
Before date of election 1
Guam Nov.2
date of election .
r I
Indiana Nov. 2 6 p.m.,day before election.. .. Puerto Rico Oct. 81 Before date of referendum I
i New Mexico .,Nov.2 Noon, day befof". election, .
Iowa Nov. 2' No later than day Virgin Islands Nova Before polls close

blor election New York Nov. 2 Noon, day before election date of election


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Take Your Baby I I" I PHONE,36BB3B IJfiiIt. I SAME eWATCH RING '

and ,

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to a Specialist I ......1211 KING tr : BNGHAYIN6 ,, REPAIRS SLING ,
'
-F JACKSONVILLE FLA. 322O4WANTED I 'WORK DONE ,

; I WITH WE MAINTAIN LOVING CARE IT I I I ON PREMISES


TOM BUSH Volkswagen/ II USED CAMERAS AND : 1704 Highway,Orange Park

n EQUIPMENT. WE PAY DAN and LINDA BOAT WRIGHT PHONE 244-OW
1e lfIent1II 'f/tMNf1V ; TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 'I

9850 Atlantic Blvd. BRING THIS AD WITH YOU I 1..1
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4931 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 772-0911 or 771-4545

I HOURS: Monday-Saturday 8am-9pm Sunday 8am6pm


WHOLESALE ft RETAIL SALES

ALL TYPES OF AUTO ACCESSORIES! f.j


TIRES'FRONT END WORK "

ROBERT PASSENGER ALIGNMENT _

TRAVIS TRUCK BRAKES BANKAMERICARD.

.. FARM ',' ELECTRONIC WHEEL BALANCE _
AGENCY INDUSTRIAL SHOCKS '

__ 'II', Other Financing ,

389-3483 W.QFROOSEVELT 1iS EOGEWO ? We welcome all Military Personnel I Available

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FOOTBALL BOWLING

rr, 't a a < American League: VA-81, 12, National League. VA-174 No.1
VC 4, 6. Shoemaker tossed faced off against the frontrunning
touchdown strikes to Zeke Zerillo Admin team last Thursday and
and Beck in leading VA-81 to a the'Hellrazors' took three games
r win over a surprisingly tough,but
i undermanned VC-4 team. from Sad Sams Blackshoes to pull
t to within one game of the
VA-81 returned to down vA-45 league leaders.To giveYou anidea
7.6 in an overtime game. The of how steamed up the 'Hellrazo
VA-81 flanker took a pass from rs' were; Spoon Spunaugle was
Shoemaker and run it in for the low man with a 'miniscule' 170
winning margin. Tom Pucketts third place
Pathetic Plumbers dropped three
k S; VA-82 16, VA-45 6. Rick games to AMD who could muster
Brydges threw passes of 20 yardsto only four bowlers for the match.
Pennachia and 40 yards to John Brewster (an admitted
Brasfield in leading VA-82 to a relative but blushingly so; turned
well earned win. out to be AMDs best teammate

hr he contributed a fine 357 to the
p.patl
l A xYtf yiro AMD cause.
) '' VA-174 38. VC-4 0. With ace
quarterback DonJacksonnodding High series belonged to
\ f
4 1,#A, a fM#n .oCa'av } his approval from the sidelines, Harberts ((579)), Bailey ((563)) and

GOLDEN WARRIORS WIN TROPHY-The 'Golden Warriors' of VA-87 won the ComFalrJax ,(a safe spot for vintage Del Vecchio ((549)). French rolleda
Softball championship held NAS Jacksonville Aug. 14 ADCS Ray Meadows, pitcher for the team, quarterbacks) Roy Mansell 212 for high game.
made the presentation to Cdr. R.W. McKay (right), commanding officer of the 'Golden Warriors.' threw three touchdown passes to The Tuesday Night Bowling -
VA-87 defeated VW-4 in the finals 60 to win the tournament. Ron Worsham, including a long League has it's full quota of,teams
50 yard heave, and one each to availableon
but vacancies are still
Gary Johnson and Dominy. The
Wednesdays and Thursday
VA-174 defense is still unscored
: IMPORTED IMPORTED on NationalLeague: used the night leagues.
RENAULTVOLKSWAGEN
ALFA ROMEO arm of Ray Lingenfelter and a BOXING
strong defense in blanking AMD
PARTS CAR PARTS 26. 0. Ray found Jim McDaniels Cecil Field personnel interested
II oil CIL[ on the receiving end of two 1 in forming a boxing team are

touchdowns shots and threw 50 requested to contactGene Carterat
yards to Don Taylor for a third extension 8189 between 1515 a-
COMPLETE STOCK OF -- BOSCH-STEBRO score. Taylor suffered a knee nd 1630. '

IMPORTED PARTS g ,, LUCASAMCOGIRLING injury on a subsequent play, and Gene plans on holding a smokerat
ACCESSORIES & SUPPLIES was forced to leave the game. the gym in the near future.





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roomy closets plus a free separate dining room. Why not
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HOLT.PUBLISHING. COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I i
'Publisher K MOVIE SCHEDULE f

I i Call: 388-2755 I

JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday i t ,

NASJacksonvilte : lor publication the following Thursday. Ads :il IE IR I .! V 111 n_ 'IfI!! ., .. IIr! m 1>1 W .. ., .. 11 ;

., ti LATWINOER arriving too late for this deadline will be I''
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,NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the .

: publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or
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'i' i money order for the full cost of the ad must be
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received WITH the copy for the ad.
4747 San Juan Avenue I RATE) Minimum charge ((2 lines) 12.00 ( <

Jacksonville, Florida : Per additional line ((4 words per line) 50 Cents ( ) ) I

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FOR SALE ( ) i
EMPLOYMENT:;;. .. .i New 3& 4 BR Homes. Low dwn., Low __ <
mo., Under FHA'235 .
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Louise T Ballty
Realtor 771-3605 J
SERVICE WIVES -
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS :
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or FOR SALE OR RENT PRIVATE PIANO TEACHER ) \
1022 Park Street, 354.7888.PART.TIME RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your Many years experience. Near Ortega, : :
Venetia, Stockton schools. 3897622. ,
equity or let us rent your home.
HELP REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for \
sales and rental list. Call .. ) iJ
Day & Nlght.7 am,4pm. 4p.m. .10 map Powellor "I Ir

p.m.Avenue KNOX 3882423.ENCO 4710 San Juan Mills ORANGE, USN Ret.PARK 264-2411 REALTY !! : : Ji;1 : : :
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY \viAY'\l''vnn"ihWnL'i.if: : : \ : ;

PART-TIME HELP Castaways'I'(Pi
Evenings, 5.11 p.m.Apply at Burger 'FOR SALE ( ) J:1
Chef 6238 103rd St. New 3 BR, 2 B, Home with bit-In.kit., AUTOMOBILE FURNISHEDEast :

garage.Fam. Rm., WW-Carpet. 2Vt' car and West Coast. 353-3691 : I i I


!:.Ykbre.r.Yarna i :;!:::MISCELLANEOUSBEARADIOOR: : : 65 Model,75 hp Evlnrude, mechanical .
steering, heavy duty tilt trailer, with :
big wheels and new tires, coil springs, :

TV ANNOUNCER r l iiX1j: ;RENTALS' :J ti r ;. shock condition.absorbers.$1,395 firm All, phone In excellent 2646643. !

Recorded message by leading an. :
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour I
3552944. 67 PONTIAC CATALINA2Dr.
ORANGE PARK ., HT., All Power, New Vinyl Top,
2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish. AM-FM Stereo Tape Deck, Extra ( ) : !
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS washer Drapes, Carpets,' Elizabeth Clean, Call 3890358. \
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.
players. At dealers cost to liquidate I
stock. Full warrantyl Phone 7710409.
WIL-MARAPTS. :
2 BR, LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit.,
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICEAuto Air" Cond., Parking for 2 cars off
AC., Central &. Window Units street. Water, Garbage &. Sewage
serviced and repaired. Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115., Furn. (plus
Tylers Heating&Air Conditioning tax) 387-2541. Weekends 3890744. ) '
4711 palmer 388.5161(Lake Shore) kcoooO :

FURN. APARTS
Avondale,$90 a month Includes water l'
WASHER AND DRYER sewer*_ garbage Mr, Gross 398-4531

7812404.specialize Fast repair In home' and service.Installation 7812790.! ''We or per Q cent-I am for a veteran service-connected rated 100 t" it*' Jems ,... Stink ':

CLIPPER'SILVERLINETCRAFT disabilities incurred during rU'
peacetime Am I eligible for outpatient' Ph: 388-7233 between 3 X16 p.m. ,
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH treatment of ailmentsnot ,
service? (JUST 5 MIN. FROM NAS) I
related! to military $:
Wllford's Fish Camp-264.9101. MERCRUISER 42080XFORDAVENUEINOLDORTEGAVILLAGEWESTSIDE
A-No, You are not eligible v2
STERNDRIVES unless you had some wartime j
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. MERCURY service.
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded.. .
Pick up & Delivery Available OUTBOARDS
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. tttrftti1 Wf
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard EXPERTREPAIR Ii Q-I served three years on
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 active duty from 1958 to 1961,
Edgewood Crt 389.0064.SINGER rf t VOLKSWAGEN INC.
SHOP )! and have become totally disabled ,
since discharge. Am I eli-
TRAINED FACTORY t tiM gible for a pension 1A SELLING USED CARS
ZIGZAG$47 MECHANICS -No. In order to ,qualify, ,
Cash or terms, Phone 353.1946, 1606 ri you need 90 days of active duty,
Main St. some part of which must be dur-

FOR SALE 264.9835 ing served wartime.are classified The dates as peace you 100% GUARANTEE

66 over cab-8 ft, truck camper
time service. The da.tefor
( ending
INLET MARINE
dreamer, w-|lacks, very good con
dition $850. Call 264-4829. the Korean Conflict was
Sales t Semite Jan. :31, 1955; the Vietnam Era 69 FORD LTD $2300
began Aug. 5, 1964.) Station Wagon, Special prlcel!
Hwy 11 Orange Parksat

1;y;;$lI.Iii.Jj!: ;; ; : [ ;;: \\r}? }i Q-I am a student in a flight 66 VW Fastback almost $1300R&H
New Paint
new engine.
school, and would like to assignmy

JUSTISS TRAILER PARK payments VA educational to the school assistance to guar 69 VW Pick-Up $2295Double

1 Qtr, Mile No. of NAS, clean modern antee payment of tuition. Can Cab, Radio & Heater,
trailer and Apts. 389.3007, leoturtpQDCING this be done?
T A-No. VA educational assistance 68 CAMARO $1900Super

MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLE payments may not be assigned Sport, V-8, Auto trans.,' power steering, R&H. I
(Atalea Mobile Home Park) Vi mile ERY .
North of NAS, lots and rentals. Near. tHURSDgY 6S VW Squarcback. $150
schools and shopping center. Clean) 9pmtl1lamHA
and reasonable rates Manager on R&H. WW tires; New, paint, Extra Sharpl!

6301 premises.Roosevelt.Children 384-6264.and pets welcome. 67 VW Station Wagon $1650

HOUR Radio and heater
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I: Keep Your Children Informed A :: ., 7tr


About Traffic Safety MeasuresAnother _


school year is underway going. Be prepared for a child to They should walk on the left side,
and about 50 million dash suddenly into the street. Be facing the traffic.
children across the country are ready for the unexpected Children should understandthat
exposing themselves to a whenever you see a group of to giftsor
they are never accept
multitude of traffic hazards daily
children near the street.If rides from strangers.
on theirway toand from school.
Bicycles should be walked
Safety experts offer these children walk to school, across busy streets in marked y:* s
caution them to take the safest
suggestions to parents and crosswalks or at intersections.
students for a safer year: route to cross streets only Before permitting them to ride
where they are monitored by bicycles to school, be sure your
School yards will be teeming patrolmen only at, marked ,children can handle their bikes
with shouting and racing children crosswalks. If they must walk with skill, and know and observe
who watch where along a road without a sidewalk. bicycle regulations
do not they are APPLE A DAY Cinemactress Britt EUand takes on the appearance .
of a modish, present-day Eve, offering an apple to tome unsuspecting
Adam Just off camera. Britt say* anyone can be trim
and healthy by supplementing his diet with a variety of fresh
Let theWANT fruit and vegetables. (Photo courtesy Warner Brothers)


ADS New Pay "Authorized 'For:


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I Certain Blue-Collar WorkersThe



U.S. Civil Service Com a specific industry, such as
\, mission has approved new aircraft, shipbuilding or elec.
regulations for setting the pay tronics,and which comprise a
rates for certain specialized blue- significant proportion of total
f"S collar workers who are subject to Federal wage employment in the
the Monroney Amendment. That area.
amendment requires that when When it becomes necessary to
I there are not enough matching invoke the Monroney Amend
1 \ I:2: :i jobs in private industry on whichto ment in an area because there is
base comparable wage not sufficient data available
schedules for Federal employees locally, wage survey data for all
concerned, the wage survey will appropriate wage survey jobs
be expanded beyond the normal will be obtained from the special
r :. .:.:.E 1, geographical limits to obtain industry in the nearest appropriate
appropriate industry wage data. area. That industry
Adoptionof the new regulations survey data will then be used as If
\ followed extensive study of the that industry were actually
\ problem by the National Wage located in the local area. Data for
Policy Committee which advisesthe the full range of survey jobs in
e1 chairman of the commissionon the special industry will be
wage policy matters. merged with all survey data
\ Earlier procedures designed to collected from all industries in
'\ carry out the amendment had the local area and blended to
been held in abeyance after it establish a local area wage
was determined that they would schedule which will then apply
I L result in pay inequities. Both the uniformly to all covered wage
original procedures and the rev employees in the local wage area.
ised procedures were submittedto The new regulations replace
S the Comptroller General for a earlier procedures which' would
Sr
I r ruling on their legality. The have set rates only for a limited
Comptroller General held that number of highly specialized
under the law the commission occupations, as contrasted with
} 1 could use either the initial the new approach which will use
procedures or othe revised ones, the out-of-area data to modify
j. and the commission adopted the 'rates for all wage employees paid
II latter. from the affected local area wage
As rates are computed under schedule.
) the new regulations, employees The new regulations will be
affected will receive pay adjustments furnished lead agencies promptlyso
mu\ retroactive to the dateof that they can begin to over-
their first wage schedule come the backlog which has
c adjustment in each area after accumulated since the Monroney
1 October 12, 1968. Amendment became law in
Industry Approach October 1968.

j RELAX-FIND WHAT YOU WANT Under the new regulations, an
industry approach will be
By Reading and Using the Want Ads followed.That is, the lead agency yitSA'.ys: !+IrN
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; Want Ads your marketplace, all you do is place your ad and wait
) for the phone to ring (land ring it will), or sit back and enjoy reading
I the Classified Ads, then phone for an appointment to see the advertised
i items. Want Ads do the work and quicklyl!
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Commission Approves Hazardous 1


I Duty Pay to Federal EmployeesChairman !

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Robert! K. Hampton prepared by the commission staff ncytnun craft grade WG-10 1() in the L
of the U.S. Civil Service Commission to place the new policy and Kcopgruphic! area covered. This
has approved a govern procedures into effect. exposureto amount will be paid uniformly to I
,
ment-wide policy for awarding ( a hazard(physical) hardship,or each blue-collar employee! in the
hazard and environmental pay to working condition of an unusual wage area who is entitled to an
Federal! employees in trades, nature will no longer be considered environmental differential
crafts and laboring occupations. in selling the basic rate of regardless of his grade. 4yj j
In the past Federal agencies have pay for a given job. Rather, j \ t ; r4( jf
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set their own policies for the additional pay, above the regular Minimum .Payment Period! : f
payment of environmental dif scale, will be authorized.
ferentials.The J Employees performing work )
new policy was developedand under the conditions covered by
recommended by the Conditions Warranting Pay unusual hazards will be paid on
National Wage Policy Committee the basis of the actual period of
which advises the chairman on exposure, with a minimum of one
policies affecting government's An environmental differential hour's differential for each exposure !
7( OIIOO( ) blue-collar workers who will be authorized for exposure to during a work day. For .' .." !," ;' I
are paid under the Coordinated a hazardous condition which other categories an employee will f' ,

Federal Wage System. could lead! to injury,. illness or be paid the environmental dif JANGO CAPPING CEREMONY. The 16th class of Nurse's Aid ,(
In approving I the policy death; for exposure to physical ferential for his entire shift on the {
Training of the JANGO Guild received their JANGO Caps during
Chairman Hampton said that hardship, such as fumes, dust or (day of exposure regardless of ceremonies at the Hospital. The newly capped JANGO's with the
every Federal installation should noise which causes significant how long he is exposed..
hospital staff are from left to right: Lu Anne Wood, Denise Morris,
reduce to the lowest possible distress or discomfort in the formof Capt. Marcella E. Smith, Capt. Charles W. Lewis, LCdr. Anna M, (
level! all hazards, physical hardships nausea, irritation to the skin, Pay ProtectionIn Duffy, Karen Anderson, Anita Jane Landman and Karen Underwood.
,and working conditions ofan eye, ear or nose; or for exposureto The girls volunteer their own time to help in the Hospital. Also
unusual nature!, and that even working conditions which most instances where graduating with the class were Kim Eckmann, Roxana Eckmann and.
though an environmental differential cause abnormal soiling of body charges have been made from Owene Weber.
has been authorized, and clothing, when such distress present agency practice, the net (
agencies should continue to take cannot be practically eliminated. effect of the changes ,will be a Bulletins Announce
positive action to eliminate such higher differential. In those
work situations. Method of PaymentThe relatively few situations where
the new payments are less ad. More Job VacanciesJaxCivilian J
l Knvironmcnlul: Differential differential for a given vantageous, provisions have been
circumstance will be a staled included that preclude any (
percentage! of the hourly rate for reduction in pay employees of Mangement, and Defense Surplus -
Under! instructions now being the second step of the jour- NARF COMFAIRJAX Sales Office should check the !
Infective Date FAETULANT Del. Jax., Navy official bulletin boards in their ,
'Operation Beach Duty' Offers Commissary Stores, Naval work areas for new job openings. <
I The plan will become effectiveat Hospital, Navy Recruiting Applicants are needed for j(
Vacation Rates to ServicemenJax the beginning of the first pay Station, Disease Vector Control Electronics Technician, GS-856-7, }t
period in November. In the Center, Regional Storage MPB 93-70; A-C Quality Control t
meantime the National Wage Management Office, Fleet Specialist, GS-1942-5 and 7, MPB *
Now your Special Ser be fora honeymoon, or fishing,or Policy Committee will continueto Weather Facility, FICEUR, 94.70 Electronic 8
vices has information for you.on a just to gaze and laze in the sun. work to identify additional ; Equipment n
Navy Finance Office, Regional Quality Control Specialist, GS- ,
program, called Operation Call, or better still, the "
come by hazards, physical hardships and Office of Civilian Manpower 1936-5 and 7. +
Beach Duty, designed exclusively Special Services Office and see working conditions for which :
for the active military the complete brochure of hotels agencies presently are paying ,
and the families, including and motels, most of which offer a and for which differentials should
in itMILITARYAUTOMOBILE
parents, whereby you can get complete resort program bo authorized under the new plan.
reservations in the best Florida always with a pool, lounge and .
hotels and motels (all members, dining room., While here, seethe, Take. stock in America
Kll & MHA), at unbelievable Florida attractions list by area Buy U.S.Savings Bond I 111 W
rates.and visit attractions in the and discuss arrangements which
particular area with special rates can be made for special reducedair
for you. fares to your vacation resort. 14 POOL TABLES MILITARY-ALL RANKS I AGES

Special Services can give you 2 BARS LOW RATES EASY PAYMENT PLAN i
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NOTE: The will be transferred not earlier used, unless exception is grantedby
I following questions and answersare than one day before the date of the Chief of Naval Personnel
I based on queries received by deployment and their EAOS date (Pcrs-C43): ).
the Bureau of Naval Personnel. must be within 90 days after the
QUESTION: Will I still be date of deployment
considered for selection for QUESTION: Under what it'''
promotion if I previously failed program may commanders ,1,
selection or have a retirement or request funds for the purpose of
resignation request pending? obtaining scrvices'of a qualified aria igan
"Well Gee Sarpe, Ya Said We Could Keep A Mascot!" ANSWER: Yes. Each officer civilian instructor? 1111a
4
who becomes eligible for con- ANSWER: Commanding officers
sideration for promotion purl are authorized to establish : :
suant to Title 10, United States group study classes to satisfy
GRANT Code, remains so eligible whileon individual pr command San Juan at Niblick
active duty However, retired requirements The Navy In 384-4406
officers serving on active duty structor Hire Program currently Phone
: a PLAZA are ineligible for promotion. provides funds,upon request, to a 1, 2 and 3 Bedrooms
QUESTION: If I am assignedto maximum of $500 for anyone a Garden Type Apartments with
::. 103rd St.Balnding a deploying unit and am within class for the purpose of hiring Country Kitchens Club equipped Atmosphere with G-E
r 90 days of my,expiration of active civilian instructors. The use of Ranges & Refrigerators
1I obligatee' service (EAOS) date, appropriated funds for servicesof a Individual Air Conditioningand
,I THURSDAY thru SUNDAY may t be transferred to a military instructors is not S Drapes Heating furnished by G-E
Transition site? authorized. Wall to Wall Carpeting
September 10 thru 13 ANSWER: Yes. Personnel A" group study class using Large Swimming Pool
assigned to deploying units who civilian instructors requires a
are within 90 days of their EAOS minimum attendance of 10
7c..1TF : may, at the discretion of their military personnel at the first
\ commanding officer, be tran- class meeting. United States \
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ti": National Marine Teams Football Grab Loop American Lead 1.II.H"IljlIijL.\\ \ \\ ;ii'1' rRIN .:

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\ Marinteams head Intramural football standings In both the American

r.. and National Leagues after the first full week of scheduled games -

r The Marine Barracks sports a IQZI
I r I perfect 2-0 slate to head the :!UlI! .i Wi; :t tt11W: jil:!; Iu TIDu
i I National League, while an DENTE R

I identical record gives MATSG 1t 1. What player hit home
I the top spot in the American CLIPPINGS Sandy Koufax a and also runoff

circuit.In caught a touchdown pass fromY .1AU
games last week, NARTU : Paul Mahla A. Tittle?
edged the Hospital, 6-0), with Ed by 2. Name the only single-decked w
Graves scoring the game's only i1ffl":: itt'Wl;: '.. baseball stadium In the major
I I touchdown. In the other grid l leagues
3. What. player has announcedhe
i game, Marine Barracks blitzed
is giving up professional s
the Hurricane Hunters
I, 30-0. The The 1970 football season is uponus opener to a tough Tech team, who football for baseball at the end
Marines held
a commanding 16-0 and this year we are going to will be trying hard to get its of the 1970 season?
lead at the intermission. Roger present a column devoted to coach out of hot water this year! 4. Name the hockey player who
Dunlap was credited with three comments on the most in- will attempt' a comeback after
Marine Oklahoma at SMU Quarter- being sidelined last be
six-pointers, while Jim year '
;kl I McCray scored another and teresting games each week With back Chuck Hixson and a veteran cause of a fractured skull. f; ttor H6MfsRY01 1(AIR
the recent NCAA ruling allowingan AMP Ek"fit 1105 ABOrf TOfrtftMK
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coverted defense are the features the 5. What is Arnie's Army?
a
two-point PAT Bill ON M fccfctfCP Of
Bryant rounded out the Marine extra game this year, we find Mustangs hope will improve last 6. Name the only major league NOIIC 9.<*.vwT-nstf'WOP A TKIF .
some interesting intersectional year's 3-7 record. The Sooners baseball park that uses artifi 5A 15<<, AMP tiM
I scoring. with an additional pair ofPAT's. games scheduled for September have no way to fill the'shoes of cial turf. 105cf ... N 'y
i 12. In our own Gator Bowl, Duke Steve Ownes but return Jack 7. The "Who's 1ft First?" routine -
,
Edward ShinesOn brings its was originated by what
b highly touted QB Leo
MiMren at QB. He IMS little
comedy team?
Wednesday, Tom Edwards Hart to face Florida's first Doug proven help in the backfield and 8. Who was the last player in "I,
t struck twice for TDs as MATSG Dickey-coached squad The they lost all but one of their the majors to amass 3,000'base
v ,' downed Communications, 12-6. Gators are optimistic about 1970, defensive secondary., It's for hits.
I After Edwards' first TD, Mel and with plenty of good reason, these reasons, plus Hixson's 13 9. ,Who is the current world .i
I h\ Mack ., scored for Comm, but both lines must be rebuilt. SWC passing records that I pick heavyweight champion?
*
t making' ;6-6 contest at intermission. Nevertheless, we look for a 14- SMU to'win.Kentucky. 10. What team won the 1970 LARGE SELECTIONOF
) point win Duke. College All-Star game in Chicago .
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"'" ,. over meets North ? EXCEPTIONAL ,
Bouncing backfrom an opening Southern Cal and Alabama, the Carolina at Chapel Hill, matchingtwo USED CARS
schedule loss at the hands of most talked about 11th'' game, of college footballs im Answers
MATSG, ComFair won the' other will pit two of the great college pressive young coaches Bill 1. Alvin Dark, when with the VW's & Other Makes
Wednesday game, beating VP-5,, coaches against each other. Dooley in his 4th year at NC and Giants and earlier when with AT THE NEW
120.Thursday USC's Coach McKay has his John Ray in his 2nd at Kentucky the LSU Tigers BUG HOUSE IN TOWN
Ted Maxomovichand backfield intact from last Both teams return 34 letterman. 2. Fenway Park, Boston
Will Nittles both scored a season's Rise Bowl Champions, NC has a solid running game, 3.Chiefs.Mike Garrett, Kansas City

pair of touchdowns as the but, must ,eplace the entire while the Wildcats can throw the 4. Ted Green, Boston Bruins.
Hospital Jumped on Air defensive intt-ior.; Coach Bryant ball, and you can bet the defense 6. The fans who follow Arnold ,,"'
Operations, 366. Pat Williamsgot says he will coant heavily on his under Coach Ray will excel in Palmer on the golfing tour.
the other Hospital six-pointer, 'Youngsters' to !''mprove a so-so time. He: perfected the 4-4-3 at 6. Riverfront Stadium, Cincin
while Gentry Lynn was credited 1969 season. Look for a smarter, Notre Dame This may well be nati.
i with a safety. Hospital put the well-manned defense to replace the most exciting! game of the 7. Bud Abbot and Lou Costello.
,, game out of reach with a 22-0 lead ,the unit which last year gave up day, but I go with Coach Ray who 8.Giants.Willie Mays, San Francisco :
:
at the half 22 points per game. I admire will bring championship footballto 9. George Frazier. TOM'BUSII'VOLKSWAGEN

Boddie Scores Bama's courage, but not their Kentucky 10. The Kansas City Chiefs.
The lone Air Ops sixpointerwas choice,and look for the Tide to go
I'J scored by Lucius Boddie out at Birmingham. Bowlers Needed OIO lYrf IMAM
before the final gun. Coach Bill Peterson of FSU has
In a game between reserve used the extra game to have a Ja -The NAS Ladies Invitational If R
r training units, MARTD outscored controlled scrimmage at Doak Bowling League, which -
,r NARTU, 12-7, with Steve Carpenter Campbell Stadium Lousiville started its fall and winter season
and Tony Boyer each brings a team which went 5-4-1 last Friday, needs more women :,
I striking for TDs. NARTU's Marv last year and the Seminoles will bowlers for its next game "
Zukel got NARTU's lone TD in be tuning up for Georgia Tech tomorrow night at 7:30.:
the second half before Wayne the following week.Stanford Military and dependent women 70 TOYOTA Corolla $1795
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. seventh point.Rounding vs. Arkansas Mrs. Lil Sadowski at 771-3750. 2.Dr., HT; AC, Well Equpd.
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I 12-6, in the'team's first venture 'Little Rock to battle the Hogs. All The United States uses more 65 FORD Custom $895VOLKSWAGENS
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1 Hardwick. They open against the Stay at any Sheraton Hotel'or Motor Inn 67 SEDAN 4 Speed $1395
22 MONROE 1969 ACC Champ South Carolina, In the Continental U.S.*'at Vz',the regularrate 67 STA. WAG. Bus $1895

JAX. FLA. 32202 but the Gamecocks lost 10 star- on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 67 SEDAN Speed AC. $1495 ',:
I 356-0367 I ters, including All American nights.VOlldon't. 66SQUAREBACK. $$1495 ':'j
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Warren Muir. South Carolina's
ACCEPTED
MAIL ORDERS
66 SEDAN Speed $1295
have to be in
uniform. All
| Paul Dietzel has you
a big rebuildingjob
I HEADS-COIIDS.ACCfSSOIlIES.I need is ID. 65 SEDAN 4-Speed $995
and will probably lose this your 65KARMANNGHIA $1195
Next time you get a weekend pass,
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I Reservations are accepted on a
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ROOSEVELT MALL r I -'mo,, o. Blvd ,, 725-0911 '....'vAT ,

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'Operation Holiday' I'I'::!'; :':: ,; : ,, < : ;" Football

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: Cheers GI ChristmasJax'Operation :' : ': t ,, : / :s:: StandingsAmerican

Holiday' now reels of '3-inch voice tapes ((150 League
accepting donations of gifts and inches long), can openers, .i) "
cards to be mailed to wounded cigarette lighters, small plastic MATSG 2-0
servicemen in 27 military snapshot holders, vacuum VA-203 1-0
hospitals and combat units in packed cans of nuts and candy(13( N VP-45 2.1'
Vietnam. The goal of the projectis oz.), chewing gum, artificial ComFair 1.1 <<
to spread the joy of Christmasto Christmas trees (under 3 feet), Comm 1.2 ..'/ ,:' 'ti
those unable to come home for plastic Christmas tree ornaments VP-5 0.1 i J' ;

( the holidays. lights, and tinsel. 679th 0.2'
Listed below are items most Other non-spoilable items may

,'I desired as presents for servicemen also be mailed at your discretion.It National League
f;' overseas: Pocket size is suggested that Christmas
.', Bibles, paper back books, soap, cards not be larger than 10 inches 2-0
MarBar
'J 1 plastic soap cases, tooth paste, by 10 inches. 1-0
,i finger nail clippers, playing All gift items for the project Ficeur 1.1
; cards, writing paper, envelopes, must be mailed no later than SNAGS PASS -, Flceur's right end Ronnie, Wright snags 20-yard Hospital
,I face cloths, tooth brushes, November 15 to OPERATION aerial on opening play of second half during Tuesdays game with NARTU 1.1
shaving cream, razors, small HOLIDAY,Fleet Post Office, San NARTU. Tied 6.6 at the half,a NARTU Interception following Wright's MARTD 1.1
address books, pocket games and Francisco, Calif. 96626. Be sure to catch gave the NARTU squad a 12.6 advantage NARTU won 186. VW4 0-1
'.' ball point pens. include your return address on AirOps 0-2
Also on the agenda of gift items the item, as the thank-you's will NAS Golf Tournament Set

,'; are :t plastic cigarette cases, be gratifying.

Jax-The annual' NAS Jax or older to participate. Entry fee
Ii., Deadline Set For Christmas MailThe Invitational Golf Tournament is $20. HONDA ,/
to coincide with the 30th anniversary A complimentary cocktail .y)
of the air station, will party and buffet for participantsand MOTORS & CYCLES CO, '
Post Office Department, in October 12 and November 7; be held here Oct. 9.11, it was their ladies will be held 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
conjunction with the military Space available Mail (SAM) announced this week. following the final round. Prizes PHONE 771.8244
departments, has established the parcels, letters, voice recordings, The annual affair consists of an will be held following the buffet,
following periods for Christmasmail post cards, ,postal cards, postal 18-hole practice round on Friday,
addressed to Armed Forces and greeting cards should be followed by a 36-hole amateur
personnel overseas and mail mailed between October 19 and tournament Saturday and Sun
originating overseas for deliveryto November 21; Parcel Air Life day. Why Do You See
another overseas address or to (PAL) should be mailed between Invitations, to golfers in the
," the continental United States: October 26 and November 28; Greater Jacksonville area will be
If you are sending Christmas Parcels, letters, and cards mailed Sept. 16. The field will be
( mail to an Armed Forces bearing airmail postage shouldbe limited to the first 128 paid entries So Many Of TheseIn
{ member overseas, keep in mind mailed between November 30 according to LCdr. Gary
the following deadlines; Surface and December 12. Steiger of the station's golf
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parcels should be mailed between ,The mailing periods for mail committee.Area .
originating overseas for deliveryto golfers not on the invitation
j Sports Shorts another overseas or U. S. list may obtain invitations [J
address are the same as those at the station's Golf Pro-
Pool Schedule listed above. Distances and Shop on September 19.
Jax-All outdoor swimming frequency of transportation are No invitations will be accepted
,1 pools have been secured for two factors which should be taken before 7 a.m. on the 19th,at which
\ weekday recreational swimming, into consideration, however, time entries will be made on a
"I' although they will continue to when sending .mail home from first-come first-seryed basis.
:: ': maintain regular weekend hours overseas. Players must be 18 years of age Jacksonville?

\ throughout September
((1) The indoor pool is open for Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are
recreational swimming from 5 "Ctt9' ""$ A 'WWmmMHIUMIIIMHINIHIIIHIMHIHIIIIIUmiHIIIini'SUNNY'''' / sold in Green Cove Springs, and why there should, be so many "
( until 8 p.m. Monday through the modern, completely staffed new car franchises in a
Friday during September. N t : Singing Waitress community of this size? For instance, in what other town of
:: ti Beginning Oct. 1, the indoor pool less than 3,000 population will you find offered complete linesof
1,' will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. y Cocktail Hours 5.830: Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, and all other major Americanauto
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'1 during the week and from noon manufacturers?
l until 8 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays .; ,>>",iX "'I" v ''''''
J and holidays. RATES FORSERVICEMEN ''<':''V",;V".r4A"i"1.'I''" \fl
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\ Swim Classes $6.00 Per Person ;".:''"g.1.,,,1,f,.' t$,'{0 ;2 ttt,,, 't 1i j
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i: NAS Special Services is now Double Occupancy >ll i si i

.'< accepting registration for fall Entertainment nlttly, except Sunday, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at *' }J ; 7 '? D P
'4 and winter Red Cross swim otter's Seafood Restaurant, 250 Beautiful rooms with TV, Direct Dial }" ;'h'; ; Ay
'/, classes for active duty military Phone, Olympic Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking. r'
7 $ xv x"$
; dependents, four years old and
above.
i; Classes begin Monday, the fee
: has been set at $3 per pupil. mrnuiMOTOR
\ Classes are limited although .
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,'. registration is still being con HOTEL
;' ducted by Mrs. DeWolfe in Bldg. 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 ,
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704 Telephone reservations will Within walking distance to all points of Interest, ;r
t not be accepted.

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Thousands of persons every ''year are discovering that .
'r: Right now, you're only minutes: away 'automobile row' in Green Cove Springs is only: a ,short, '
pleasant drive from wherever they are, and so much easier
,; from Jacksonville's biggest to reach and shop in than more heavily congested areas.
apartment bargain. They like the friendly treatment they find in a small town.
They welcome ,the reasonable prices made possible by the
lower operating costs in Green Cove Springs. They
appreciate the fact that here they are treated as valued
customers not statistics on a sales chart.
a (Where the Good Life' is included in the rent.) Visit Roberts Chevrolet '. 'Oldsmobile in Green ,Cove
Springs and you'll) SEE why so many cars are sold in Green
Cove Springs. Our slogan '.. 'Putting You First Keeps Us

We have 6 (yes six) swimming pools. 0 And ?e 2045 Jammes Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. First1 is the attitude of the entire staff and management at
'2 tennis courts 0 Plus shuffleboard and bad. ,AUK Phone: 781.3818 UoheiCs Chevrolet Oldsmobile
minton 0 With congenial young neighbors to K ? ? ? RENTING HOURS: : ;:::;:: :: : : ::: :: ::; : '
help enjoy them. 0 All only one block from ANN MANY MVD Mon. Thru Sat: 8:30-6:30; Sun. 1.6:30:
and school with other ROBERTSCHEVROLET 1 1Ii
golf an elementary DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd.,
schools, shopping centers and boating min' a turn right on San Juan-Continue past
utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the 5 fA Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road ,
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown -turn left to apartments. j
Jacksonville In 15. Q Apartments have indi AM \ Ii -OLDSMOBILE
' vidually controlled heating and air conditioning &xx-x-x-x-x-x-x : ::::;:::::::;:::::::::;:;::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::: ::
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carpeting, draperies, and sliding glass r ,
,' door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can GREEN COVE SPRINGS
i move into a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment today. m f 'tRLEN TELEPHONE :JAX264-4502
Furnished or unfurnished.'
S-4-4C AG.a WOOD

FROM TIOJACKSONVILLE GARDEN( ,APARTMENTS THE BIG :S STANDSfOR ,

IS *' ARLEN COUNTRY SERVICE

ti Owned and Managed by Arlen Properties, 'Ine

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