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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1970
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Exchange Employees Back CFC {;


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Jax The 1970 edition of the local Combined Federal Campaign got a $3,300 '1|

boost during its kickoff meeting here Sept.''16, thanks to employees of the Navy .j<

Exchange' It marked the eighth straight year that exchange employees have ',<

\_, been in on opening day generosity by presenting a check at the initial campaign ,{I
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A meeting ::11
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) Capt. John R Kincaid, station I

commanding officer, presentedthe that federal employees and In a message to military %JiJ) -;;
: exchange check to RAdm military men and women have personnel and federal employees, ,;
Lawrence Heyworth Jr., com shown during past campaigns, RAdm. Heyworth and A. J. I,
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, and urged keymen to solicit that O'Donnell Jr., district director of ":'
k co-chairman for this year's same type support from fellow the Internal Revenue Service, /
campaign.In employees and servicemen said 'We sincerely urge all our '
addition to the admiral, during the current drive. fellow employees, both civilian "
representatives of the United and to \
military, participate as
The annual campaign is a oncea
Fund, International Health and
fullshare'cittzens in the Com ,
:
Ja .hd year drive to obtain funds for
International Service Agencies,
bined Federal Camapign'for the
; ht poke to the 250 commanding the many organizations that Jacksonville area. Each of us
officers, drive coordinates, and provide services to individuals benefits
directly or indirectly
throughout the community and
keymen attending the kick-off
from the vital services being
I Mrs. Ruth Ferrari spoke, on half way around the world. The to make
provided our community :'
funds from the campaign aid the
behalf of the service agencies,
better which to live.
a place'in
Discussing plans for tha WO Combined Federal Campaign,running while Charles Turner and Frank poor, the sick, the hungry and the The many services representedin
through October 23, are (I t r) Frank Brennan, RAdm.LawrenceHeyworth Brennan discussed the I health homeless. They reach the young this one drive deserve your <
'Jr., Ruth Ferrari and Charles Turner. agencies and Jacksonville United and the old, and they aid in the
personal, full,support, .therefore :
Fund. All three,speakers spoke fight to find a cure for cancer and ,
heart we urge each of you to contribute t
highly of the outstanding support disease. generously to this very worth*

I 1 while campaign'In

I addition to the Exchange ."
A& ( I check, the following! campaign

I contributions were reported after
the initial week of the drive:
I VA-82,commanded by Cdr. E.

I M. Clemens, gave 130.8 per cent
of their goal and Co. B of the 4th
i Amphibious Tractor Battalion in
Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an off(clal$ expression of any/ Jacksonville, commanded by
military depatt nonL Thn appearance of advertisements this publication does notconstltute an'endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. '
f Maj. Ralph Huston, contributed
; VOL. 28 NO, ''27 U. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 24, 1970 I 286.3 per cent.

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; Captain Wins ,Meritorious Service 'ward



Jax..The MAS Supply Officer Capt.,,Richard C. O'Loughlin, who reported hereIn

July from the Navy Aviation Supply Office In Philadelphia, has,been awarded

the_ "Meritorious.'. Service" 'M Medal_.,' ..A 'K I.. _.. '.1\
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He was Cited.'for' outstanding 1) "l.,II. :'
f meritorious service from July 5, 'His professional competencedid Atlantic-Mediterranean in ';t"
1966 to ,June 3, 1970 as ''service much to enhance the London and the Office of Chief of
l director of the Financial Control reputation of the Aviation Supply Naval Material in Washington.Prior .
Divison and planning officer for Office and contributed to assignment, in ; j.nr .
the Navy Aviation Supply Office. significantly to its ability to effectively Philadelphia he served aboard 4 ';
His citation states that as 'an perform its mission in I the submarine tender USS Sperry .. "
extremely ''resourceful and support of naval aviation./ for two years..
competent officer Capt.O'Loughlin A native of Missoula, Mont., Capt.''O'Loughlin is married to w r
was responsible for Capt. O'Loughlin holds a the former Miss CarolynKnutsenof ,,1

r and directly; ,supervised I the bachelor's degree in I economics Spokane, Wash and they have .,1: .I, ..j"h4. I.
r functions'of budget development, from Seattle University. He three children. .' ..., ;, '. if" .f; ".
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f execution studied management at the !">!"! I. '"I' '
preparation as ': ,7) : / :
well as the Navy's aeronautical Naval Postgraduate School and .: ,:,. .... '.; '.'. ,.... ; ";J }'I"
support: posture. His superb graduated with distinction from NX Lets Now ''\ ... ""'
instrumental in the Naval War College in 1966.
leadership was ,
FOR receives' the z
I MERITORIOUS SERVICE-Capt. O'Loughlin
his Throughout his Navy career he
t. successfully guiding ribbon for the Meritorious Service Medal from COMFAIRJAX Chief of
organization through a period oft has served at the Naval Torpedo
Staff.Capt. Vernon L. Micheel.Capt.'.O'Loughlin served a four-ytar
Gas, Contract
Wash.
and Station at Keyport, ,
t: austere funding demanding
tour as director of Financial Control and planning officer for the Navy
operational requirements; Headquarters MSTS, Eastern
Aviation Supply Office In Philadelphia,


f' Entomologist, AMD' OfficerR.c.iv.NavyCommendation gasoline announced Jax-The companies that Navy it effective will Exchange change Oct Capt. ,Kincaid Thanks

I' ,26 as a result of its once a year
r bids to obtain gasoline products. Cleanup VolunteersLast

Gulf Oil Company was the low
i bidder for the
\ Jax-Lt. Jay M. Lamdin, MSC, and Surgery.Lt. officials upcoming urged year. Saturday as I drove to the office,I noticed a group of young men
,assistant operations officer for Lamdin, from Stillwater, customers Exchange who would like credit diligently cleaning the parking lot of grass, debris, etc. I went over to
i. the Disease Vector Control Okla., joined the Navy in July cards for the new'' contract thank them, never expecting to find that they were from the Aircraft
Center, and LCdr. Robert M. 1968 after graduating from to.fill out the forms at Maintenance Department; that they were volunteers of their own freewill
I company and accord who took it themselves to 'clean the unsightly
Bickel,' ground support equip- Oklahoma. State. University the exchange gas stations as soon upon up
ment officer, at AMD,'were. both Prior to his ,tour in Vietnam he as'possible order,to their place.' '
get hat's off to ,James Dalton ADJ1 L.D.Smith AE2 M. L.
awarded the Navy Com served with the DVCC".at NAS; cards before the Oct.'26 changeover My you: ; ;
mendation Medal with Combat Alameda, Calif.: .. Lass, ADJ3; K. Kelly AT AN; W. J. Brogent,+AMS3; S. Shuster,
'V' for Vietnam service. ATAN; A.P. Johnson, AE3. I extend my admiration and respect to all
Lt. Lamdin, who holds a LCdr. Bickel, who came here of you and heartfelt thanks for the great job you did. It looks a
t master's degree in Entomology from Vietnam in April.received thousand percent better.I .
from Oklahoma State University, recognition for his meritorious hope that the leadership and determination of these young men will
received the, award for service as maintenance material .1. serve as an example for all of us to follow. There are so many areas,
: meritorious service as Entomologist control officer with the aircraft especially parking lots, that require housekeeping attention. Anotherarea
,. with the 3rd Medical maintenance 'department at of great concern is our aircraft parking aprons, taxiways, and
Battalion,Third Marine Divisionin Naval Air Facility Cam Ranh : adjacent areas. Failure to keep these areas clean costs the taxpayers
,
Vietnam and subsequently on Bay from April 1969 to March f .,s thousands of dollars annually. Foreign object damage (FOD) to
Okinawa from March '1969 to 1970. t aircraft engines can and must be prevented.,
March 1970. Bickel is, credited with improving ,. t I ask everyone military, civilian, and yes, dependents to help
.' His citation credits'him with the production of his clean up and beautify NAS Jacksonville.
:: establishing and directing vector department. According to his There are many people going in this direction keep it up please.
:' '' surveillance and control program citation his knowledge of 'As an example, I noticed a man from Public Works Saturday ((5
,. for the Third, Marines which organization and administration, September) cutting grass with a large tractor on his own time tried
.significantly reduced malaria particularly in personnel to get your name, but couldn't. Thank you and my thanks to all who
infection among the :command. management, was 'outstanding are trying to make NAS Jacksonville a better place to live, work, and
j, He also conducted an'extensive and materially contributed to his ,play. i
epidemiological study of malaria command's missions to support
data for the Bureau of Medicine Operation Market Time.' LCdr. Blckel' JOHN R.KINCAID




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,, Lrv'y
Cure, For Frustration ny

.,** ,, ''k' i 4t1 Y i1 ..1I evine

By Lt.James C. Charnley CHC USN
I '(i:41: BUf., ,

Many people today have lost or have never found an adequate ;rrl, 4f A14. 1ou

purpose for living. Much wasted effort, to say nothing of heartacheand L/
frustration, could be saved if we will but take the time to deter r r ti CATHOLIC
mine what we want life to be.
Some trust what they call luck. Others live by trying to outwit the
other fellow, and some have lived by the successes that seem to In- N I e + NAVAL AIR STATION

dicate everything is going their way. INAI Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
Life for most of us is not just one great series of successes, and /irriwyid Sunday Mass -11:00: A.M.

things don't always go our way. However, there is nothing that exceeds Y e Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.
the faith ofourfathers forgiving lasting satisfaction andfullnessin Saturday Confessions .

living.To 10:30.: 11:15: a.m.
know that the eternal God is our refuge ,and that all who labor

and are heavy laden can find not only rest but a place of service in His ,tip r 'tiJYdy4r4i,. ,,il, NAVAL HOSPITAL
Kingdom, gives life a meaning that it acquires in no other way. Sunday Mass 8 A.M.
Furthermore, as one's faith reminds him of the service that he can

render for others,he gains new stature as he realizes that he counts in NATTC.

the lives of those about him. Those who live for material things alone The Economics of EatingIn Sunday Mass- 930A.M.-
and feel that they don't need anybody need to remember that we makea Bldg. 500

living by what we earn,but we make a life by what we give.
Even in dark and uncertain days the man of faith wlll be able to hear
God saying, 'This is the way/ God is still God, and He will bring abouta these days of increasing prices and inflation, one of the last great PROTESTANTNAVAL
new situation or make us adequate for the situation that cannot be bargains for the U. S. serviceman is the military meal. Just how long it
remains a bargain is a matter of how wisely service folk utilize their HOSPITAL
changed. This is why Paul said, 'I can do all things through Christ who
strengthens me/ culinary bargains. Sunday Worship 10 A.M.

We too, can face the future with confidence if our faith is in God for Food becomes more and more expensive by the day; ask any .t.

He,himself, has promised us in His Word that all who give him a placein housewifeshe'll verify the statement. Better yet, compare prices on NAVAL AIR STATION
their lives will be given the power to live life as its best. the menu of any average restaurant with prices charged by the same, Sunday
establishment a decade ago. The high cost of feeding ourselves in that Holy Communion 8:30:

10()-year span has increased enormously, mostly due to increased farm, A.M. Bldg. 750
labor, processing and transportation costs in an ever expanding Church School (all ages)

a. economy. A.M. ,
Nevertheless, the amount the Government estimates as the cost of a Junior Church (Nursery
70 'me ,3 'Wul 7e Jiadit
an military meal has remained, throughout that period, astonishingly grade 6)) 10 A.M.

What's that cloud around you? low. The same amount of nourishment cannot be obtained elsewherefor Divine Worship Service-

Is your brain BO dense you cannot see? such reasonable prices. 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
Why are you so uncertain, What it all boils or broils, or bakes or cooks- down to is the same Junior Youth Fellowship

Is tomorrow just a maybe thing that some economy-minded soul advocated during World WarII 1 P.M. Bldg. 722 ,
I Get off the habit and be yourself .' \ : 'Take what'you want, but eat all you take To which might be Senior Youth Fellowship

and that cloud will disappear. added: 'Within reason, of course./ 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
\ Drop the pot, the pill, the weed,
and take breath of fresh air. :. :
a ? Tuesday
'I' .' Jewish Holy Day Schedules
GiVe up the part-time world of dreams,
Leave the clouded land; Christian Science Ser-
'..
CONGREGATION AIIAVATH CHESED (REFORM)
Bring to body and self-esteem
your peace ; vice 7 P.M.Tuesday'.
Break the habit and oe a better man
St. Johns Avenue and Mallory Street (Tel. 388-0756))
-By SD1 Clarence E. Nelson, USN (AFPS) Rev. Dr. Sidney M. Lefkowitz, Rabbi (Tel. 733-2424))

Senior Choir Rehearsal -
ROSH HASHONAH (NEW YEAR)
7 P.M. Bldg. 750'I'
Wednesday, 30 September, 1970 1900,2100 '

Thursday, 1 October, 1970 a"., 1000.1230
: .''
"'''''''' J' y NATTC;
YOM KIPPUR (ATONEMENT DAY) Divine Worship -12 P.M.

Friday,9 October, 1970 (Kol Nidre) 1900,2100 Bldg. 500Evening

JltiJWl Saturday, 10 October, 1970 1000-1800 Worship P.M.
(Yizkor Memorial Service) Bldg. 500


JEWISH CENTER SYNAGOGUE (CONSERVATIVE)

The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different 3rd and Silver Streets (Tel.355-8464)) Traffic
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows! Rabbi Dov Peretz Elkins (Tel.733-4729))
breakfast* a.m. to 7130: 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.; .
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. supper- 5:00: p.m. to ':15. Both Dining halls ob ROSH HASHONAH (NEW YEAR) Violations
serve the same hours on weekends and holidays) early breakfast it:30 a.m. to Wednesday,30 September, 1970 1900 ,
8:30 a.m. brunch 9:30 a.m.to 12:30 p.m.l and supper 4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m.
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 Thursday, 1 October, 1970 0800-1230,1900 '
cents dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for 50 cents. Friday, 2 October, 1970 0800-1230
is
Jax -The following report
of motor vehicle accidents and

Friday, September Mashed Potatoes, Au Gratin YOM KIPPUR(ATONEMENT DAY) traffic violations for the period of
Cauliflower, Yellow Cake, Caramel Friday,9 October, 1970 Kol Nidre) 19000800Sunset Sept. 2 13.Number.
BREAKFAST .. Corn Meal Mush, Fudge Icing.SUPPER Saturday, 10 October, 1970
Eggs to Order, French Toast, Fried, r. Beef Paprika, Steamed (Yizkor Memorial Service
Fish Portions, Hash Brown Potatoes, Rice, Green Beans Creole, Brown and ) of Accidents
Raised Doughnuts. Serve Rolls, Cherry Pie.
DINNER .. Oyster Stew, Italian ETZCHAIM SYNAGOGUE (ORTHODOX) This week 7.
Meat Sauce, Boiled Spaghetti, Pizza Tuesday, September' 5864 University Boulevard,West (Tel. 733-0720)) ) This week 12.
Pie, Buttered Asparagus, White Cake, Rabbi HasketWachsmann a year ago
Cocoa Fudge Icing BREAKFAST. Hot Oatmeal, Eggsto (Tel. 733-3639)) Total accidents this year 230.
SUPPER. Swiss Steaks, Natural Order, Pineapple Hot Cakes, Baked ROSH HASHONAH (NEW YEAR) Total accidents through this
Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Mexican Sausage Patties, Cake Doughnuts., Wednesday, 30 September, 1980 1900 period last year 304., ;
Corn, Ice Cream Sundaes DINNER Vegetable Soup, Baked
\ 1 October 1970Friday '
Veal Loaf, 1.(Tomato Gravy,*,French Thursday, 0800,1900 Total number of days since last'injury
Saturday, September Fried Potatoes, Buttered Peas and .,.2 October, 1970 00,1900 in a'motor vehicle accident i i102.
Celery, Ice Cream Sundaes. ,YOM KIPPUR (ATONEMENT DAY) .\ .
EARLY BREAKFAST. Hot Oat. SUPPER .. Baked Virginia Ham, Friday,9 Otober, 1970 (Kil Nidre) 1845 Number of days since an injury
meal, Cakes,
Eggs to Order Griddle Pineapple Sauce, Mashed Sweet
Broiled Bacon Slices, Cinnamon Rolls. Potatoes, Southern Style Greens, last year at this' time 110.
BRUNCH Simmered Frank. Boiled Navy Beans, Bread Pudding,
furters, Hot Baked Beans, French Peach Sauce. Number of Violations
Fried Potatoes, Ice Cream Sundaes.
SUPPER .. Braised Pork Chops, Wednesday, September 30 JTAX AIR NEWS This week '
Onion Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes, Okra .' 40
and Tomato Gumbo, Buttered Green BREAKFAST Hot Farina, Speeding 10
Peas, Devils Food Cake, Light Butter Scrambled Eggs, Creamed Dried Reckless driving 3
Cream Beef, Home Fried Potatoes, Praline
Buns. The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Going through stop'sign 2

Sunday,September 27 DINNER. NavyBeanSoupChlckenFried distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Other Violations 25
Steak, Cream Gravy, Mashed Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing
EARLY BREAKFAST.. Hot Grits, Potatoes, Buttered FF Mixed Company a Nine drivers appeared before
All
Eggs to Order, Minute Steaks, Home Vegetables, Peanut Butter Cake, private firm Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS the Traffic Hearing Board on
Fried Potatoes, Sugar Rolls. Butter Cream Icing. must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Sept. 17. Disposition of the cases
BRUNCH Turkey Pot Pie, Mashed SUPPER .. Deep Fried Fish Por Jacksonville by 12:00.noon on Monday before publication. News included the
Potatoes, Brown and Serve Rolls, tions, Scalloped Potatoes, Harvard items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone following:
Buttered Wax Beans, Ice Cream Beets, Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Ice 3119. 772.3118 or Five lost driving and parking
Sundaes Cream Cups privileges aboard the station for
SUPPER .. Grilled Ham Slices various
Cream Gravy, Hashed Brown Thursday,October 1 Advertisements are solicited by the ,publisher and to periods; 2 were assigned
queries
Potatoes, Buttered Fresh Frozen complete an eight-hour course
concerning such should be directed to*
Broccoli, Boiled Navy Beans, Apple BREAKFAST w Corn Meal Mush, ...,...... ., ," in remedial driving; 4 received
Pie. Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes, Broiled THE HOLT PUBLISH1NGCOMPANY ,suspensions; None ,were given

Monday, September 21 Bacon DINNER Slices., Cream Sugar Rolls.of Potato Soup, 4747 San Jua.i Ave, Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 warnings; 3 were dismissed ; 5
Baked Pork Chops, Macaroni with Telephone 388-2755 were fined (U. S; Com,
BREAKFAST .. Hot Grits, Ham Cheese and Tomatoes, Boiled Pinto missioner); and 1 was referred to
Omelet French Toast, Grilled Lun Beans, Simmered Spinach, Fruit I a commanding officer for
cheon Meat, Cinnamon Rolls. Gelatin, Whipped Topping. VOL. 28 NO. 27 SEPTEMBER 24, 1970 Possible
disciplinary'action.
DINNER '" Knickerbocker Soup, SUPPER. Baked Lasagna, Pizza
Oven Roast of Beef,' Natural Gravy Pie, Broccoli Polonaise, Apple Pie. I Seven drivers were assessed 23
traffic points.



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} Medal May Be AwardedIn '/.l''I, .".,,.\\i J1!:(\

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Lieu of CommendationThe ;

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Navy Achievement Medalcan which is normally required or t ps ,
now be awarded for instancesof expected, considering the in-
outstanding or superlative dividual grade or rate, trainingand
'. performance which previously experience, and be an im ... ...,' ... ,::
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would have merited the individual portant contribution which, is
a special fitness reportor beneficial to the United States TOP SAILOR AMH3 John :y
a letter of commendation.It and the naval service. Burlak Jr. has been named VA. bw
is intended for enlisted Leadership achievement which 87's 'Golden Warrior' of the ,X
personnel and junior officers up merits the award must be month for July ;<
to lieutenant commander who sustained so as to demonstrate a "hd t tA

! BIDDING WAS PAST and furious as Btv Kennedy (right) auctioned demonstrate noteworthy high state of development or, if ,, '
and for achievement,!be of .'..
professional leadership a specific .
off Items at the All Officers Wives first luncheon of the season Prizes > 1J
( were given away as Becky Zipperer bonged the gong, and the club achievement. such merit as to' earn singular ".., '' wt9IQ
Statistical studies of for the act (s) and
peacetime recognition ,
I; added$80 from the auction to its charity fund.
naval personnel performanceshow reflect most creditably on the ,
that each quarter ap efforts of the,individual towardthe
proximately one person'out of a accomplishment of the unit i'\
thousand meets the requirementsfor mission. iq,
l the award. More instances, $
,however, may occur in response Cecil CPOs Plan
to the current budgetary 1
austerities which' prompt per- ,Pool Party' LuauThe
sonnel to excel, exercise .. .
: VA-87 PLANE CAPTAIN
I \\i\ : initiative and perform beyond Cecil CPO Club 'has announced ATN3 Robert J., Combest was
r normal expectations. plans for a luau and pool selected VA-87's 'Golden .;t
a Regardless of billet assign. party Saturday afternoon. Warrior" plane captain of the t
ment, individuals whose Food, including two roast pigs, month. for August. :'
and will be served inside the club ',
leadership professional ,
performances closely meet the beginning at 7 p.m. Casual attire, I I I
criteria in the awards manual including bathing suits and JORDAN'SHOUSE ,',
.\ be shorts,will'be permitted for the ;
(SECNAVINST 1650.10))
LI may. ,
considered eligible; ,occasion.. WASH ING
PRIZE The first segment of the Officers Wives charity fund drive' Archie Lesli i and his group will MILDEW REMOVAL
came to a close Sept. 15 with the drawing for a Honda motorcycle. The As cited, professional, play poolside,and a portable bar JOHN, .'JORDAN (U'N,KKTO>)>
winning ticket belonged to Mrs. Donald'' Boosewhose' husband is achievement which merits the will be located near the pool. "x771:147'iy '
the' award must clearly exceed that Cost is $5 a couple
presently deployed in Pacific with VA-172. Norma Kober, chair.
man of the drive presented motorcycle to Mrs. Boose for her son, .
Steven lunlor at Paxon High School. motorcycle will provide
Steven with transportation to and from his part,time lob. Ed Hooten
'owner of the cycle shop on Blanding Blvd also presented the Booses
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with a helmet as his contribution to the drive. Profits from the drive
which will go to local charities, were $800.
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I, '1 NATTC : 'Behind ByYNSN Stella Gawllnskl The Scene 1 p S ___



Jax -NATTC and the usa will average was 82.32. cers were on hand to watch the
be sponsoring a dance tomorrow Honor Class ceremony rilfi
night at 8 o'clock in King hall If Congratulations go to the Others Reenlist
you would like to listen to live students of Class 102 of the AE ,
music 'Hot Band' to AOCS Donald R. Clark Jr., the r
by a come Mate 'A' School for winning the nth
Phase V and VI supervisor of the ;
(the dance. Bring a partner or competition for Honor Class for
AO 'B' School, also reenlisted in
come stag. The refreshments are
the week of Sept. 7. Class leaderis
a ceremony.
free Honor StudentsAA AA R. W. Judkins and the class
AEC Edmund G. Randolph, an
advisor is AE1 G. A. Philyaw.Reenllstments ,
Ronald. Kline graduatedas instructor at the Aviation
honorman of Class 016 of the Some people reenlist in Electrician's Mate 'A' School,
Aviation Electrician's Mate 'A' helicopters high in the air or in shipped over for 4 more years.
School on Sept. 17 His averagewas submarines under the ice, but a BTC Henry D, Nelson
91.43. parking lot was the scene of a reenlisted for 4 more years -
AA Kline, a native of Kirkland, NATTC reenlistment this week. CW04 B. W. Johnson conductedthe k
Wash., graduated from high That's where AEC Jacob M. ceremony Sept. 16.
school in 1968 and enlisted in Wilson's time is spent with the .The Anniston, Alabama native Marshes their
Cdr.
Lt.;,Soares Is sworn Into the Regular Navy by
November 1969. Jaxon Lancers Drill team. enlisted in Sept. 1948 and was
AOAA William H. Pilcher Cdr. Roy, H. Paxon Jr., stationed with ,the USS Ob aircraft plunges through the eye of Hurricane Felice.

graduated as honorman of Class executive officer, who performedthe servation Island before reporting
020 of the AO Class 'A' School on reenlistment also presented NATTC. Jacksonville. Hurrl.n'W'' Hunl' r Lt. Soares ;
Sept. 16. His average was 88.55. Chief Wilson with a letter of AO 'B' School was the settingfor
AEC James N. Robertson appreciation for the Jaxon
A01 Laird E. Brinley's.reenlistment '
graduated as honorman of Class Lancers, for their outstanding ceremony He Gots On,-Job AugmentationJax

012V of. the Aviation Electrician's performance during the VP-45 reenlisted for three more "
Mate''B' School.on Sept. 18.,His change of command I. The Lan years. \__ What better ".I location The lofty ceremony was of
could there be for the swearing in ficiated by the squadron's
of a VW-4 crewmember than highin Commanding Officer, Cdr. Alvin I
the eye of an actual hurricane? 'F' Marsh. !
This point was 'brought to A graduate of Providence
Right now, you're only 10 minutes away earth' September 14 when Lt. College in Rhode Island, Lt.
Paul L. Soares was augmented to Soares is currently serving as
from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain. the Regular Navy aboard a Super CIC officer of VW-4's Crew 3. The
Constellation aircraft during an lieutenant and his wife Susan
investigative mission within .the reside in Orange Park with their
eye of Hurricane Felice. daughter Jennifer
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We have 6 (yes six) swimming pools; D And 2045 Jammes Rd., Jacksonville Fla.
2 tennis courts 0 Plus shufflebbard and bad' ,a,1 Phone: 781.3818 Selected For 'Captain
minton 0 With congenial young neighbors too, RENTING HOURS:
helpenJoy'them. D All only onee-block from 1 ..o. Mon. Thru Sat.: 8:30-6:30: : ; Sun. 1.6:30:
golf and an elementary school-with other DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt Blvd., Jax-One more Navy officer former Miss Peggy L., Wright of
schools shopping centers and boating minutes turn right on San Juan-Continue past stationed here at Jacksonville Corpus Christi!, Tex;;, currently
away. You can get to Cecil Field or tire r } Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road has been selected for promotionto reside in Jacksonville with their
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes downtown -turn left to '
apartments.
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Jacksonville in 15. D Apartments,have individually < "a grade captain. He is Cdr. ''' t.II'
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controlled heating and air'conditioning Robert,Holtcommander;: ,,t' '
,. door,to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can ,.'
move into a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment today. ''" l( native of Atlanta, Ga., Cdr. '.
Furnished or unfurnished. $-HC 4LL"G a WOOD! Holt attended Mt. Berry Collegein
FROM I ID GARDEN APARTMENTSJACKSONVILLE Georgia, and in 1946 he beganhis
military career by enlisting hi
IS ARLEN COUNTRYOwned the U.S. Marine Corps. Following
and Managed by Arlen Properties' Inc his tour with the Corps, Cdr. Holt
entered the Navy, and in 1951 he
received his commission as an
ensign. He subsequently becamea
designated Naval Aviator, and

,4ft! 1971 I IS t June from 1954.November he served 1951 as through an all

A YEAR OF CHANGE weather attack pilot with VC-33.

Since that time, Cdr. Holt has Cdr..
Holt
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THIS YEAR CHEVROLET
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many ships and
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IE. II Cabaniss Field, USS Lake

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career
f.f."X': :" .,....<<,...,. .,,\. '\"' "': ': involved several attack also STERNDRIVES
AND WE'RE STILL
ii& :.. f squadrons, including 'most MERCURY
THE LEADER IN STYLE recently VA-44 where he held the OUTBOARDS
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f tl QUALITY AND VALUE;!, ; to coming' here in April 1970. EXPERT

lil In 1962 the commander enteredthe REPAIR
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[::'': ;:f\ftJ:\..: ;,: ,;; }.litirjM,,, ,,,,.....,; ', IN'O.UR SHOWROOM'; N: J:: and in 1964 he graduated with a, TRAINED FACTORY.,
:i'.i"I::<":'\":':"" < -:> : ''* ; ,bachelor of science .
(: ;' 1t! :': ;i:!%'> :>I}<; TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29TH.YOU'LL i i} '10l 'ti decorations degree.His include the MECHANICS
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SEE WHAT Cross, ,the Navy CommendationMedal INLET MARINE
the Vietnamese Gallantry
Ir t WE MEAN. I Cross,with gold star'and,silver Silts: I Strvict
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star and many'others., Hwy 17 Orange ParkRENT
sa Cdr. Holt and his wife, the
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I Seafood Buffet:. You 're INVITED!I to. the, '':



Jax-Once each month,dinersat is a masterpiece of nautical
the Jacksonville Officers Club
The next Seafood Buffet will
can enjoy one of the finest be InOct.at a date yet to be an ROMAN "
seafood buffets to be found nounced. Due to the great '
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anywhere at a price that can't be popularity of the event, Club
beat Manager Carl E Todd recom
The buffet includes eleven hot mends that patrons make their pU/
dishes and a vast assortment of reservations several days in
salads, dressing and appetizers, advance to guarantee immediate
all deliciously prepared by the service upon their,arrival. The
Club's European Chef ,Klaus $3.75 per person price includes a NAVY
Rebhan. A variety of seafood choice of beverages and all you
ranging from lobster to caviar is can eat from the buffet line., APPRECIATION OPENHOUSE
offered in an elegant "
arrangement organized by
professional food .decorators, DA Y...
., whose skilled decorating
techniques make the food
beautiful as well as savory
Chief Rebhan, a native of ,
,: Heidelgberg, Germany, has been e ''' .
In the culinary business for 18 : ,
i years and,has worked in many .
fine restaurants both here and ': I .\ ,.
I abroad He came to the United .. I"" \. ", ." "
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about 200 persons, begins 36
hours in advance.Rebhan and his \
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arrange and decorate all buffet Chef Klaus Rebhan .
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t Jax New rules governing the with his signature.
, cashing of checks at Navy Exchange PIRATES COVE
\ and Commissary Stores Overseas Banks
have been implemented in an aim Phil Cay and the Chantels are the featured artists this evening, and
\ to simplify the process and NRSO has informed overseas Mark Castle will.be appearing here tomorrow night. The Coronados
eliminate confusion.. store branches that they, may will be on hand Saturday, and on Sunday the music will be provided by
\ now accept personal checks the Tears of Joy. Monday's entertainment is by the Brothers. The Bob
Time-Saving Policy drawn on local banks if, those, Garbor Floor Show is Tuesday's attraction, and the Tears of Joy
, banks handleU., S. currency return Wednesday evening.
I The Navy Resale System Office Also, wherever Military Ens. Lessner
has declared that information Payment Certificates are the ACEY DEUCE CLUB
( printed on the front of personalized only medium of U..S. exchange, VP-5 5e.manMakes
checks I need not be Navy stores are authorized to Friday is the Country&Western Night featuring Mel Gaden and his
; repeated on the back Checks accept them ,Lazy Rhythm Girls. Saturday evening's entertainment will be
" which bear the full name and Ensign provided by Mark Castle, and Bob Garbor's Floor Show will be held
" address of the owner need only a .$50 Limit Monday night with dance music by Mickey Blame and his orchestra.
. signature endorsement on the Jax In February 1970, Wednesday's Happy Hour will be from 4:30: to 6 p.m.
back to be cashed. The Chief of Naval Operations Dennis W Lessner was transferred
" Regarding personal checks, has set up a $50 check-cashing from Patrol Squadron CPO CLUB
NRSO has, itemized the information ceiling for all Navy stores' Five as a personnelman seaman
.: which must be printed operating on non-appropriated Last week he returned to visit the The'Four'of Clubs',will providethe music'Friday, Saturday and
" on the back if not already on funds, and has stipulated that squadron as an ensign,on his way I Sunday evenings, with Sunday's Rib Roast Special selling for $1.95.
: the front: there will be no discrimination to duty in Vietnam. BobGarbor'sSpotlightReview is planned for Wednesday evening.
i ((1)) Active duty personnel must among ranks and pay grades as Lessner graduated from high
, list their name, rank, service has been' observed at some school at Baltimore, Md. in 1964. OFFICERS CLUB
number and duty station. organizations in the past. He attended the University of
, Dependents ,will write all the ,The $50 I per person per day Baltimore and received a Duplicate Bridge is featured ,today at 10,a.m., followed later by
1 above information concerning limit applies" to all authorized bachelor of science degree in Beefeaters Night and help yourself wine fountain. Tomorrow evening
: their sponsors, and include their personnel who utilize such Business, Management in ,Chef Klaus presents 'International Buffet *. gourmet foods expertly
I own name, home address and facilities. February,1969. At that time there prepared and beautifully displayed. The cost is $4.50 per person. On
\ telephone number was no opening in Navy OCS, so Saturday there will be a Champagne Special from 6 to 10 p.m., with ,
: (2)) Retired Servicemen and he enlisted.in the regular Navy dancing to Charley Jay.
, other authorized persons ,will Following ,recruit training, Coctails will be served from' 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday, and the
4 write their names, service or ID Lessner was ordered to PN 'A' Sunday Buffet will be held from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Reservations for this
card numbers, home addresses school. He Joined the Mad Foxes are requested. The club's ,family Night Special will be held this
\ and telephone numberS. 'Il.Guan'ifQJ for duty in August 1969. Tuesday, and on Wednesday there will be the End of Quarter Happy
I (3)) If the patron is cashing a Lessner never quit reaching for Hour in the Mainbrace. There will also be a Nickel Beer and Cheese
" travelers'check, then the only his goal. After joining the Table from 4:30: to 7:30.:
requirement is that he endorse it squadron, ,he again applied for
p-----------. ;1108 Officer Candidate School. This VSO CLUB
'MONI ........ time he'was and
I'' I. I accepted was
subsequently transferred to Friday night is the night of'the base dance at NAS Jacksonville's
; I 1 San Juan at Niblick Newport, R I, At the completion King Hall, and Denny,Times will be appearing at the club Saturday
I Phone 384-4404 evening. Sunday's Vesper Service and refreshments will be sponsored
: of 18 weeks of training and Indoctrination
I] l,2 and 3 Bedrooms he was commissioned by St. John's Presbyterian Church, and the free feature movie that
: I Garden Typt Apartmtnts with an Ensign in the Naval night will be 'Master of the ,World.' Monday there will be a Jr.
. I24B'12SI KINO aT Country Club Atmosphere Reserve on August 21, 1970. Volunteer meeting, and Tuesday is Game Night. Each Wednesday.
: JACKSONVILLE,,FLA 32XO4WANTED 1 \ Ranges Kltchtiu A equipped Refrigerator with* 0-B Cdr. R. T. Thomas, com there is a record hop hosted by Al Albert .

< 1 Individual ,Air Conditioning manding officer of Patron Five, .
and Htating by OlDraptt congratulated Lessner on his ,__ .FRA Branch 91 '
: I USED CAMERAS AND I'I'I furnlthad
Wall to Wall Carpeting commissioning and wished him
EQUIPMENT. WE 'PAY i Largo Swimming Pool luck ,in his first assignment. Tonight there will be a horse collar tournament beginning at 7:30.: ,
;, I TOP DOLLAR, 388-8535. .I Lessner will attend 18 more Tomorrow evening Red Edwards and the Altones will provide music
. I'BRING THIS AD WITH YOU!,.., weeks of training at SEER school, for your dancing entertainment from 9 to 1:30: a.m. .
". '-------'----. in Coronado, Calif. On Saturday Branch 91 will host a meeting of officers in Northern','1''
\ I Florida and Southeast Georgia branches. The meeting will feature in ,
.I attendance the newly elected Southeast Region President and the Vice' .'
I President of the FRA and LAFRA Following the meeting there will be '
. a covered dish dinner and dancing to the tunes of Red Edwards and the :

." .' Ii Altones.
I" 'J :'; Jim Mann and the Goodtimers will be appearing Sunday from 8 p.m. "
. 1" to midnight, and on Tuesday the club will feature its special Game

. NiRht.
;': Vehicles Must le Promptly, Registered j

,I Jax The NAB Jax Security violations of this instruction will
" Office reminds all employees of automatically loose their driving
,.... the air station, military and and parking privileges aboard for
, civilian, that if they operate a a period of six months and
, privately owned vehicle aboard subject themselves to
., the station they must have it appropriate disciplinary action.In .
registered within 72 hours after addition, civilian personnel
< coming on station. may be scheduled to appear
. Persons apprehended for ,before the U. S. Commissioner.
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:. In Combined Federal Campaign


Editor' Note; The Combined Federal Campaign (is now underway to HOPE through the ISA cam-
in the Jacksonville area gathering contributions to support National paign. When you give to HOPE
I Health Agencies, International Service Agencies and United Fund you help build better health for
: Organization The following. paragraphs explain the missions of two generations yet unborn.
International ServlciAgencies which will benefit from the Campaign; V
Project HOPE and Planned Parenthood.To o

the"million* in Asia, Africa And now HOPE is home too
'\ and Latin America, HOPE'S helping Mexican-Americans andNavajo
work has carried with it the Indians overcome their
ti, message that disease can be own health problems.
cured; that medical knowledge HOPE doesn't seek only to SHE'S AN AMERICAN GOODWILL AMBASSADOR ABROAD
a can prevent sickness and death; treat the sick or itself solve all the Her name is the same as her cargo-HOPE. She' has visited
1 that Americans have compassion'' tremendous problems .- it Asia, Africa and Latin America, bringing compassion and
+ and want to help. couldn't.And the effects would be PLANNED PARENTHOOD. teaching/treatment to people in desperate need. And thousandsof
But HOPE does help WORLD POPULATION local people have been trained to continue this help them
provide temporary.the tools which make selves. She is staffed by volunteer doctors nurses and technologists
PROJECTs A who themselves to help, teach treat-so
give of
lasting solutions possible The facts of the population
s and millions can live healthier, more productive lives. Generationsyet
knowledge training.You explosion are simple enough. If
unborn will benefit. Thousands of Americans support
in this trends continue
can participate present the
HOPE and its unique by donating to ISA.
k programs
effective international health- number of people in the world -
giving program by contributing now about 3.5 billion will more
F than double in the next 30 years. New Duty Swap Program
JOWC Slates Fashion Show Each year three and a half
3 million people-mostly children
3t die from starvation and
t Jax .. Anyone Interested 12:30: there will be a buffet malnutrition. Although educationis Reveals PrerequisitesJax

in viewing the luncheon. The show will a key factor, in development, -
latest clothing design is feature the newest illiteracy actually increasing, With the adoption of a Listed below are the basic
t Invited to attend the 'Fall collection of fall designs by crippling the opportunities of, new computerized Exchange of requirements which Navy personnel
about 40 percent of the populationin Duty Program at BuPers, must meet when applying
at the
Fashion Show' Gladys Thompson of Latin America, 60 percent in revisions' have been applied to the for duty swaps:
j Officers Club October 7. Avondale. Asia and M percent in tropical eligibility requirements of those ((1)) Must have a sufficient
Sponsored by the Retired Navy and Africa.Despite. applying for swaps.Eidttitfes active duty obligation at the timea
Jacksonville Officers' Marine Corps wives are the strenuous efforts of duty will be match is found to serve' a
+ Wives Club, the event will especially welcome. they are making to raise the made within the same rating and minimum of 12 months aboardthe
living standards, most poor pay grade, and within the same new duty station.
at 11:30
commence : a.m.
Persons planning to countries find the path blocked. type of duty. ((2)) Individuals serving on a
with a Social Hour, and at attend the show are askedto An individual assigned to a tour of duty with a specified tour

call 264-5342 or, 384-6386 Obviously family planning billet with a special NEC may completion date (TCD) must
to make reservations. alone can't solve the problems. It exchange with another individual have a minimum of 12 months
S Take Your
w Baby can't wipe out hunger or diseaseor with the same NEC. remaining on their present tour
poverty. Better'' long-range When a change of duty requests in order to apply for duty ex
planning,a different allocation of have been approved by an in- change. Normally each man will
s G funds, and government and industry dividual's commanding officer, maintain the TCD he had at his
action ,are required for pertinent information is transferred station.
original duty
c to a Specialist permanent solutions.But to a keypunch card and
Prior to submitting a
((3))
in file at the Bureau of
I OR placed a
WE MAINTAIN IT V D family planning Is. the Naval Personnel where it is request, personnel must have
WITH LOVING CARE indispensable first step to finding reviewed weekly by a computer. served no less than 12 months
TOM lUSH Volbwflf ti solutions. can buy the time If no match is made within six onboard their present duty
O9Po1UWlilRu and
needed for stations.
planning
months, the card is removed
y technology to catch with ((4)) Persons with a ,history of
Retltt / gf M' up from the file and returned to the
USAF i population pressures. repeated disciplinary'' offensesare
requesting party to inform him of
9850 Atlantic Blvd. advised not to apply for a
the results.
swap as such requests will not be
approved.
((5)) Transfers will be conductedat
the requesting individuals'

-,- I Ii II expense, and travel time will be
recorded as leave. A signed
statement will be entered in the
service record which reads as
F follows:"'I understand that if my
transfer in exchange with

t ( )LI cw another member is authorized it
will be as a result of my own
\. .'', request for: my personal con:
I i .II( ifl venience, and is to be made at no
I Ibawl.
cost to the government. I further

< :: -1ELz'Or : understand transportation that for government myself, my

hi dependents and householdeffectsand
payment of dislocation

"' ', ....... :w: P370aae,1JJ':: : allowance my transfer is will not authorized be made duringa ; ,that

1l1ii[ f .t.U leave period and that ,no ,

.' \";'- ......... proceed time or. ,travel time will.
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J' "" "" be authorized.
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Regular 'Share Accounts f "" "<< .." '.'.''',.'...'. ": %$ ((6)) Excluded Personnel from this in
: : : :;!, program: are:
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receipt of,orders or recorded on
',5 .1/ ft ?..COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY. SAVE MONTHLY BY'1; il'"' current Seavey-Shorvey' time
/2U. CASH OR ALLOTMENT. : of submission of requests;
.Personnel. serving on 'overseas
A Blue I Gold Daily Certificates .l.J1'ijijl/: i : duty; and personnel serving on
:..,, 1 duty where ,industrial funded

5. 1f .PAID QUARTERLY REDEEMABLE AT'ANY TIME.,, NO ""I: t.J \ .o(.," transportation (MSC-MAC)
O would be involved
LOSS OF INTEREST,$500 MINIMUM INVESTMENT ( ; tf inexecutinganexchange

Blue & Gold Term Certificates t. !> TIRE CITY


:. 6 % ......... PAID QUARTERLY, 1 YEAR MATURITY, $1,000 FLEET DISCOUNT/ TO
6: MINIMUM INVESTMENT NAVY PERSONNEL
JAX ,,,G FEDERAL ALL MILS"ISM
AVAILABLE NON-MEMBERS OR
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} oJ4 LOCATIONS TO, (xe1ts. c, plus lax
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' A-7A Makes AircraftInspections II 1lIeli. Posts

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i Easier Job Vieits

Jax-Civilian employees of
Jax An A 7A Corsair II analytical techniques are NAS, NARF, COMFAIRJAX,
aircraft has been transferredfrom developed and used to determine 1 f is e 'e; Y FAETULANT Det. Jax., Navy
VA-82 to the Naval Air lifetime maintenance needs i and Commissary Sores Naval
Rework Facility custody to use as to identify and minimize certain \ $ Hospital) Navy Recruiting
an experimental 'test bed' to factors which might shorten the Station, Disease Vector Control
develop new non-destructive life of Navy aircraft. Center. Regional Storage
inspection techniques for locating Results from this development Management Office, Fleet
defects and incipient failures in program eventually filter downto Weather Facility FICEUR.
aircraft, with little or no squadrons in the form of new, Navy' Finance Office, Regional
disassembly.This tools and techniques to ,enhanCe''' I' :! :& I_ Office of Civilian Manpower
undertaking is part of the the depth of aircraft inspectionsand Management and Defense
Analytical Rework Program reduce the time required to iiA Surplus Sales Office should referto
(ARP), through which advanced inspect aircraft. the official bulletin boards in
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"'"..,._,;... ",'.:"'JI. their various work areas for
information, concerning all
positions for'which applicationSare
now being accepted; '
I Applicants are sought for A-C
Quality Control Specialist, GS-
1942-5-7, MPB '94.70; Electronic
Equipment Quality 'Control
kk Specialist, GS-1936.5.7, MPB 95- .
70; Supervisory Fire'' ,Fighter ,
1 f (Airfield) GS-081-8, MPB 96-70, ;' ':
Welder (Aircraft) A, MPB 97-70;
Foreman, Electronics Mechanic
(Maintenance)' MPB 98-70;
Foreman, Industrial Tractor
Operator, MPB '99-70;; Janitor,
WG-2:'WG-1,', MPB' 100-70() ;' Purchasing ,
Agent (Typing),GS11054 I'
MPB 101-70; fire,Fighter i
MM. Puss Wives Cl I.r)are 91...... b...sse,RsMp Jsi .s,KalNrs (General) GS-5, MPB,_ .-70; G
PRVPARNN POR Alt X. ..... ft .................
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Milan, Duma Teed,Mel WafittrSally McMvMa. ....... HatekM andCar Electronic EnfJnmr (General))
( tall MdiM f tht. A.alrcraftat NARF
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Mud'' Fox wires D.f.. Rid Garters: s..rr

Jax-On Saturday,Sept.12,the The top of the third was a big IMPORTED ALFA ROMEO RENAULT IMPORTED
Mad Fox Wives softball team, one,for the Mad Foxes. Behindthe
coached by LCdr. Carl 'Leo the batting of Carol Barnes, PARTS CAR PARTS
Lip' Leban, defeated the VP-45 center fielder; Louann Hatcher, vOifF t 0 l
Red Garters by a score of 14 to 11 short center; Katten Milam, left
in a hotly contested battle at fielder; and Mel Wagner, right
MacRoth Field. The VP-45 Wives fielder, the Foxes scored a total COMPLETE STOCK OF BOSCH-STEBRO
had previously defeated the VP. of eight runs. In the sixth ,the %
16 wives and challenged the Mad girls caught fire again and scoredan ACCESSORIES IMPORTED PARTSJ.SUPPLIES' II 1:1: ,, ." S .. AMCO-GIRLIHG' LUCAS ,
Foxes to a game. additional five runs In this ,
I The pitcher-catcher, :duo,Sally rally, relief ,players Marian J ..,. 1
McNulla and Lolo, Barker, gave 'Thomas, Pat Gesling, Nancy'
up five runs in the first inning, Swift and Donna Teed provided .jUa1aq "
but in the second the team got fresh talent in the offensive team
together and held the line in- The VP-45 officers graciously '358-93318 1D I39856951, ,,
fielders Linda Rogers, third offered to buy the first round of II VOLVO 3633 EMERSON,
base; Betty James, short stop; drinks at happy hour for the VP-5 505 McDUFF'AVE. S. I
Ginger Anderson, second base; officers.Following the game, the \\iowti: 8:30: AM to 5 PM (Doth Stores) .
and first basewoman Jeanie Mad Foxes retired to Cdr. '
Moyer put the Red Garters away Thomas's ranch for a victory 1 METRIC SOCKET SETS ,4.65 ,

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FOOTBALL margin for Ops' win.

\ Marines 36, Dent'Med 0. Maj.j
t American League: Quar- Bower's Big Red Machine
terback Roy Mansell threw five methodically chopped the
\ different TD passes to as many augmented corpsmen into minute
different receivers (Ron Wor- pieces and spread the pieces allover
sham, Gary Johnson, Mike the Yellowwater gridiron.
1I Domine, Bob Montgue and Percy John Nelson flipped TD passesto
Lyons) in leading VA-174 to an Jim Rosato of 15 and 20 yards,
easy win over V A-81, 38-0. Coach a 15-yarder to Jim Clayton and a ,
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Jackson's newly established 17-yard pass-run to Gary b :
youth movement is commencingto Redepenning. Rosato also caughttwo
ATC ALMA W HURST pay dividends. PATs and John Leffen nailed "4 k
reenlisted for four years Sept. 8. VC-4 in his
VA-82 squeezed past ,J2-6 the Dent-Med quarterback
He Is assigned to the Naval Air with the winning marker being own end zone for a safety. ,y1
Maintenance Training Detach scored on a 30-yard pass from The success of, the Marine
ment 1034 where he instructs in Jim Brassfield. this best
Rick Brydges football team year can
the A7.E avionics systems. He VA-82 had an 8o-yard touchdownpass be attributed to,the efforts of,the
entered the Navy in March 1958. nullified earlier by an off entire Marine Barracks ... each
i ,He resides at 7932 Falcon Street, side penalty officer.and man puts his entire CECIL WIVES KICKOFF COFFEE-Mrs. L. K. Simon Jr. pours for
I Jacksonville' with his wife Sandra National League: An aroused heart into the fielding of, the Mrs..T. J. O'Leary (center) and Mrs. James Molans during a coffee
i and,their two children. VA-83 team turned in a nearly team. The other day I saw Maj. held last week at the residence'Mrs. F. M. McLinn to kick off activities

,lb .,, .., ,,'\ '1t."r:' flawless performance in a 22-0 Bowers retrieving footballs for of the newly formed Station Officers Wives Club. The club is
,,';;1 1'1l1'y' (.\ rout of previously unbeaten,'and his punter. Keep it up. composed. of wives of officers attached to NAS Cecil Field ship's
\1 I unscored upon, Ops. VA-83 .Golf company..

'fff,1"h: grabbed and coasted an early to their six-point win. lead The Cecil 'Field M nts Golf Official' SpeaksAt

IBI;,; VA-83 won another game Association held a blind partner

,.*;.) earlier' in the week, downing tournanent Saturday. Winning Cecil Chapel'
,!Kjw.\ AMD 4414. partners Don Welch and Jere
;' :
f0 Desmond had,a best ball ,of 59, ; ,."..
l.I4,{t VA-86,8-Dent-Med.. A. Dent- followed by Bob Shanks and Bill .'''?t, Dr. Harold C. Bennett,
Med linebacker deflected a passin Painter, at 63.Desmond {' executive'secretary of the
": ) the end zone into the arms of a .-' Florida Baptist Convention, will
of the .. >11
president .
to the oonly .... t. at the 10:30 a.m.
VA-86 player provide CFMGA 'all male"golfers /'$f'I 'speak :
I score of the game. attached,to urges Cecil Field to join the ; Protestant worship service this
.:I\r.:\: Sunday.
Ops whitewashed VA-86, 28-0.) association and participate in the .
AEC JAMES L. McDANIEL of Howell ran a''.punt back from fun..The next event is scheduledfor Dr. Bennett represents more
V A.66 reenlisted for the last time midfield; Higby scored on a 40- Oct. 3-an individual low net. than 600,000 Florida Baptists thestate's

Aug. 29 Chief McDanlel,who has yard interception, and Bart and Almost the entire bowling largest denomination.Forrest
Wake
18 years service plans to retire at Newman each tallied on touch schedule gets underway this Before attending
the end of'the new enlistment. down passes to provide the week.We'll have the highlights in College and Seminary, Dr.
naval
Bennett served as a
yf ADJ2 EDWARD J. BEACH
the next week.
b paper JR., of VA-83 reenlisted for five aviator.He also served in several

t The Cecil Field Bowlettes will years. The reenlistment pastorates and in various

t 7dI4: ;c C-/& meet at 8 p.m. Friday at the ceremony was conducted by Cdr.T.C. denominational positions in the
Convention
Southern Baptist
.
Caslmes
commandingofficer
station bowling alley, to ,beginforming ,
BY BELLAIR I HOME BUILDERS' I I INC C their Friday night of the squadron. before assuming his present in the
position of leadership
'"'!.' league.
Florida Baptist Convention.

j BANKAMERICARD AMERICAN EXPRE$$.$TANDARO
Ik Night Classes Ope"
OIL.MATERCHAROE Credit Cards Honored10050lL1

4 Next Eiihttu Weeks

"ALLMONDAYTHRUSATURDAY Registration for Cecil's high

school program which began
. Monday.will continue throughoutthe
18-week term.

,d car wash Military personnel and their
dt dependents may enroll. Fee Is $2,
and classes are conducted each
Tuesday and Thursday in Bldg.
39, Rm. 122, from 7 to 10 p.m.
HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30 PM50off Courses offered are English,

reading and math.
: .: l' Those interested should contactthe
: : .
I PATIO educational 'services'officer'

,,((1" at Ext. 8164.
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,". on weekends. Reasonable UsedVW'sj,

i From the spacious sunken family room in front ,to.the ./ .. / .
.I> light and breezy back porch here {is Florida living at its
best/ Large Bedrooms, 2 full baths walk-in closets and a Stay at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn 6S SUNBEAM $660
>*; big foyer are also yours In the new C-10. In the Continental U.S.* at 1/2 the regularrate Convertible, R,& H.

on Friday, Saturday. and Sunday'nights' 64 VW SQUARE BACK $640'
$17,500-$19,000 .
You don't have to be in uniform. All you '63 VW SEDAN $490 .
1 Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Communityl need is your ID. R& H.

I ,Next time you get a weekend pass, 62 COMET. 52'$0".
B'ELL.A.IE&: :: unwind in style at Sheraton.Reservations Black and? 'white, 6-

are accepted on a cylinder, Auto trans.
+ HOME BUILDERS :INC. "Standby Basis" only and are subject

;$ Member of National and Jacksonville Home Builders Associations ',to space availability at time of check-in. 61 CHEVROLET $190 ,

You are cordially invited! to Inspect our homes at your convenience' Offer does not apply to the St. Regis- V-8, Auto trans., R & H.'
,ilO A.M. to Dark.;' Travel South on Standing Boulevard (Hwy. #21)) Sheraton in New York City. ? 55 CHEVROLET $260

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HOLT PUBLISHING MPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SCHEDULEs
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Publisher MOVIE

', Call: 3882755Ads

NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

), '" .' NAS Jacksonville : for publication the following Thursday Ads s
LATWINGER ,, arriving too late for this deadline will be
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the ,September 24 Monday,September 28
\ "
., publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or
NAS 'Chisum' starring John NAS: 'Cotton Comes'' To
money order for the full cost of the ad'must be :
Wayne and Forrest Tucker Color Harlem' starring Godfrey
S
received WITH the copy 'for the ad.
'G' E. (Ill mtns.) Cambridge and Raymond St.,
4747 San Juan Avenue RATEI Minimum charge ((3 lines) 12.00 Western.
Hospital 'On Her Majesty's Jacques. Color comedy. 'R' G.
:
Jacksonville Florida ; Per additional line ((4 words per line) 50 Cents
Secret Service' starring George ((97 mins.)
Lazenby and Diana Rigg. Color Hospital: 'The Reivers'

007 Drama. 'GP' V. G. (140''
mins.)I Tuesday,September 29

: ::iXtl\ 't' 2.;;! 1;:1R1IfiYJJiiIl.tg t ;tl B irii..it&li r. 1..
1:;,,. ,: >>M'>.". .. ::::" :\"U1i ;ij Friday,September 25 NAS: 'Kelley's Heroes'
.. (' starring Clint Eastwood and
NAS: 'Gaily' Gaily' starring Telly Savalas. Color western
SERVICE WIVES
JUSTISSTRAILER PARK ORANGE PARK Beau Bridges and Brian Keith. comedy., 'GP' G. (145 mins.)
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387-5626 or trailer and, Apts 369-3007. 2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn., Dish., Color comedy., 'GP' E.' ((105 Hospital: 'Cotton Comes ToHarlem'
1022 Park Street, 3547888. washer, Drapes, Carpets Elizabeth mins.) .
Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.
MOBILE LIVING OP JACKSONVILLE'Azalea Hospital: 'Chisum'Saturday
NAVY WIVES ( Mobile Home Park) 1/. mile
Nme North of NAS, lots and rentals. Near Wednesday,September 30
want
Do you a part- or temporarylob WIL-MAR APTS.
? Need Secretaries, Typists, schools and shopping center. Clean, .2 BR, LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., ,September 26, ..
Bookkeepers, & Clerks. Call Jennie and premises.reasonable Children rates and, Manager welcome.on Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off NAS: 'More Dead Than Alive'
Stevens 7259400. 6301 Roosevelt 3846264.pets street. 'Water I Garbage & Sewage NAS: 'Support Your Local starring Vincent Price and Clint
Furn. $95. Unfurn. 115. Furn. (plus Gamer: Walker. Color Western;
tax) 387-2541. Weekends 389-0744. Sheriff starring James 'GP' G..
and Walter Brennan. Color ((101 mins.)

Ijr t IJ: .8B: 111 r\.e western mins.) comedy. 'G' E. ((90 Hospital: 'Kelly's Heroes'

lit8l .t nRl li Hospital: 'Gaily Gaily' Tickets .01 Sill
, FOR SALE OR RENT .
"
NAS Matinee: 'Chief Cr zyHorse'
,," BE A RADIO OR RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for:,your
;J:( ;\;"j;';!': TVANNOUNCERRecorded equity or let us rent your home. starring Victor Mature The following tickets are now
, '''/''''''. message by leading an. REPORTING IN. Call dr drop by for AUTOMOBILE FURNISHEDEast and Susan Ball Color western. on sale at Special Services, Bldg.
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. map,sales, and rental list. Call Powellor and West. Coast. 3533691.6ICHEVROLETBELAIR ((86 mins.) 704:
3552944. Mills USN Ret. 2642411.
ORANGE PARK REALTY SAVORY BROWN AND
MILITARY FREE NOTARY. CHICKEN SHACK Sept. 20 -

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS Sunday,September 27 $3.00, $4.50, $5.50ATLANTA
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape HAWKS vs
players. At dealers cost to liquidate NEAR NAVY BASE 396, V-8, 4Dr., AC, AT, PB, PS, R&H,
New 3&4 BR Homes $200 Own. No 'The Reivers' starring
: 23
NAS BOSTON CELTICS Sept. -
Real 384-
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. $1595. New Tires Sharp. '
closing costs. Payments $65480 mo. Steve McQueen and Sharon $3.00, $4.00, $5.00WQIKFESTIVAL
Ilf! ''" Under FHA 235. Louise T. Bailey,
'' 1 Broker 771.3605 384.1006 7939.'I Farrell. Color Comedy. 'GP' G. OF STARS-
::,.,, AIRCONDITIONINOSERVICEAuto PONTIAC GTO ((108 mins.) Sept. 25 $2.00, $3.00, $4.00
AC., Central & Window Units MANDARIN 2Dr., HT., 4 spd., new tires, 5 mag Hospital: 'Support Your LocalSheriff' PETE FOUNTAIN-'Sept 25 -
serviced: and repaired. 2/z acres, beautifully wooded, 297 ft. wheels, R&H, Bucket Seats, Excel
$4.50 $5.50
$3.50
Tylers Heating &Air Conditioning on Scott Mill Rd. near 1.295 Bridge. cond. After 4:30: 7640708. ,
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore)
$15,000,owner will consider mortgage.:
388.5161 Groves Inc. 3965322.
Realty
GOOD SECOND CAR
1962 Rambler American Conv. New
WASHER AND DRYER BY OWNER tires, new brake lob, good cond. 264. WESTSIDE
4BR., 2B., near all schools, Ig. patio 2176.
Fast and Installation. We
repair
with privacy shrubs, .si/4' FHA, equityor
specialize 781-2404. In home service.7812790. or refinance...,6878'Tom' Thumb Dr 771-, VOLKSWAGEN, ,INC.
2620. LE MANS CONV.
66 PONTIAC
326, PS, PB, AT, Chrome wheels, w. SELLING' USED CARS
'HIDDEN WATERS'Black
264-8169, .
ovals, extra sharp.
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Creek, Canal or Lake lots
Wllford's Fish Camp-264.9707. available. Excellent fishing, boating, --
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also 1959 FORD -
permanent home area. High wooded V-8, PS, AT, Needs body work, a good, 100 % GUARANTEE
GEORGE'S KENNELS lots: E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake buy at $175. Only 16,000 miles on
,, Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 725-3992. complete rebuilt engine. Call 264-6805.
Pick up & Delivery Available.
Grooming, Defleaing & Bathing. 69 FORD LTD $2275Station
'''',, Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard .
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 .M Wagon, Special price!
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. 1\
'
ut4 68'CAMARO $1900

COIN-OP LAUNDRYDry Super Sport, V-B, Auto trans., power steering, R&H.

cleaning & Alterations. 30 cents
wash ,; 5 cents dry. 'Vb mile north NASIn 68 RAMBLER ,$1175American
Yukon. Open 7 days a week. M Auto trans., Factory Air, R&H.


DINETTE SET 67 ENGLISH FORD $695

Four chairs,3x5 w-leaf.$20. 771-8286. ( If. Sedan, speed, R&H.

'- II ..\, ,k: tftN. '69 KARMANN GHIA $2295
2GE AIR CONDo .1/fJA
MfS
7,500 BTU Used i I'/a months-Cost over I Automatic Transmission, R & H, One owner, 13,000 miles.
$200 each. Best offer over $275. for
@
both. 2648714. 69 ,KARMANN GHIA $2250

speed, R&H.:

WALNUT DANISH MODERN FURN. 69 VW Station Wagon $2250Radio
2 chairs, 1 love,seat, 2,step tables and heater '
round coffee table,$150. Cedar'Chest
$25 Ph. 2646055. '.' VW' Squ.r.b.ck $1795

MOB1LEI HOMESLirf R&H. WW tires; New paint, Extra Sharpl(
RELIABLE PERSONTo :
drive 1968 Opel to Richmond,Ind or 66 VW Fastback $1295R&H
vicinity Oct 1.1 to the 15th. Call 771-4413 Discount to, Servicemen. New Paint almost new engine.

after 5:30: p.m.. 65 VW. SEDAN, $895Pleated

Best Financing Anywhere, seats, Mag wheels, R&H.

66 MUSTANG $795VOLKSWAGENS

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State or Commonwealth of .............................,........................
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\ ((1)1) hereby request an absentee ballot to vote in the coming election:
President Nixon has (GINJERAL) (PRIMARY) (SPECIAL) ELECTION.
named tomorrow Armed Forces (Strike out inapplicable words)

Voters Day, the purpose of the ((2)) *I.IE'a ballot is requested for a primary election,
a' h@y p', I designation being to make sere print your political party affiliation or preference -\
vicemen and women aware of in this box: I I
; their voting responsibilities in (If primary election' It tttnt in your State, do not anl"'er.)

: i i their home states. ((3))' I am a citizen of the United States, eligible to vote in above State,
l All eligible personnel are urgedto and am: .

NEW SERGEANT-tt. Chester M. Hunt receives the warrant to become involved in their state a.Stitei A member, ,. of the Armed Forces of the United CUD I I
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his present rank Tuesday from Lt Col. L.E. Blanchard, MATSO CO.., elections, and to make it easier ,
The sergeant Is an AE 'B' School student temporarily assigned to for them the Federal Post Card SuteiCi A member. of the merchant marine of the United I .J I
Marine Liaison. Application (FPCA) for absentee
ballots is being distributed here. A citizen of the United States temporarily resid)
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Civilian Flu Shots Start Oct. 1 1Jax Voting requirements vary from States and the District of Columbiad.
state to state and the FPCA
may .
A spouse or dependent of a person listed in (a),
Immunization. shots for The Medical Department will not cover all circumstances. orb( ) above I I _J I
influenza' will be scheduled for use the pressure method for most Therefore it is best to contact a A 'spouse or 'dependent residing with or accom
civilian employees of NAS and immunization; however, em. voting officer who can give panying a person described in (cI) above I U I

NARF on a voluntary basis for ployees who object to this method information and advice as to the ((4)) I was born on..r......................:.............................
October 1st and 2nd. may request hypodermic syringe voting laws in each state as wellas (Day) (Month) (Year)
To allow all shift employees to injections.Vaccination; absentee registration and ((1)) For ...... years preceding the above election my home (not military .
.. participate the Civilian is especially ad. voting procedures. ) residence in the above State has been ....,..,,............,.....,

Dispensary, Bldg. 101-W, will vantageous for employees who The NAS Voting Officer is EMI ....;.....,.........i,::.....:..........'..........................................
.schedule shots on October 1 from are pregnant, have. a'' history: of Schnippert. He is in charge of (Street and number or rural route etc)

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CLIPPINGSby I bowling


standings

Paul Mahla .

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iUW ; ::. R'. Raiders 13-3 .813
Gunho 13-3 .813
The surprising seventy season never lost a college game during Gold 11-5 .688
continues. If there were any his career at Penn State. Coach Alees No.2 10006 ;625
doubts before last weekend, Joe Paterno and his Nittany Lions Molar Rollers 10006 .625
Texas A-M, Tulane, and Ken have produced superlative .King Pins 108; .625

tucky should serve as prime football the past 3 years, and Zephyrs 7-9 ..438
examples of how competitive when they claim No. 1 ranking. Head Pins 5-7 .417
this game of football can be. You they will get no argument from M' Marauders 6-10 .375
can be sure teams meeting these many fans. I journeyed downto Bean Burners 610. .375
schools this season will have to the Orange Bowl last ,New Continental
take second looks. Year's night where they'defeated Hunters 9-3 .750
TEXAS A&M AT 01110 STATE a sound Missouri team, that was Mad Foxes 8.4 .667
NO CATCH-An errant pass gets by receivers and defenders during Chiefs 8.4 .667
Ohio State gets a look at the rated 4 points better. I saw the
Aggies this week-end at best defensive college football opening action of. Thursday's Marine Barracks-MARTD game. Chokers 5-3 .625
Columbus. The Bucks, who are team I have ever seen. Navy Marine Barracks'offense came alive in the second half with a pair of Tan 7.5 .583
No. Iln everybody's pre-season Coach Rick Forzno said that thisyear's touchdowns and J an interception put the finishing touch on the CPO's 7-5 .583

selections, are loaded with talent unit may be better; Barracks win. Trainers '6.f.'f. .538 '
,and depth. Senior QB Rex Kern Enough said. Colorado beat Leftovers 3' i-4t ,444Quaks ;
returns and may well be the first Indiana with 3 field goals last Navy Moves TJO Fight 5-7 .417
Heisman winner who didn't have week. The ,Buffaloes lost versatile Weapons 3-5 .375

enough playing time to win a Bob Anderson through Pollution of OceansThe Atlantic 10-2 .833 4Bee' '
letter. He was lifted early in 6 graduation but return 40 letterman Torp Turners 8.4 .667 {
contests last year Defensive from a team which stuck
standout Jack Tatum returns. Alabama in the Liberty.Bowl last Navy must take the lead in review administrative'' and Alley Cats 8.4 .667
J the effort control pollution of for handling Engineers 7-5 .583
The Aggies, now 2-0(), dumped year. They scored but one touch operating procedures Third Framers
. LSU in Tiger Stadium and you down last week, and will need the ,seas through increased oil, discharging bilge and 7-5 .583
, can bet there are no A&M jokes many more than that to beat PSt awareness, ", and. concrete'VJi action. ballast water, stripping tanks, Blue 7-5 .583
y Round Five .500
6-8
being passed around in Baton Penn State to extend the winning In ,a, recent message to all burning trash, grinding garbage, Pin Benders 6-8 .500
Rouge this week. Ohio State will streak to 33. hands, Adm. Elmo7 Zumwalt. dumping sinkable refuse and Five
Foggy 6006 .500
live to all the chief of Naval statedthr returning retrograde.
" up pre-season MIAMI AT GEORGIA TECH Operations, Good"Bad 5-7 .417
publicity beating A&M'on their federal Urging the Navy to assist antipollution
These two independents squareoff ,Although( agencies National
new Astro-turf at Columbus. at Grant Field. Tech is 2f f have been directed to Initiate orders now laws in and effect executive, Adm. Legal, 10-2 .833
PURDUE AT NOTRE DAME with an impressive TV win over 'antipollution programs, the Zumwalt stated that 679th 10-2 .833
. Here is a game which Is an- FSU last week, while the Navy must 'observe' both, the manding officers and aircraft com-, Radar 17 8-4 .667
,) nualy one of the super college Hurricanes jumped on William spirit and the 'letter of existing commanders must report to the Possums 7-5 .583
-.,: games of the season.Both teams & Mary. Coach Charlie Tate has laws applying to our professional nearest Coast Guard District Mad Foxes No.2 6-8 .500
got off to winning starts last yet to produce a winning QB at ,environment of the high seas' and Commander any oil spills which Uncles 5'h-6% .462
week-end. Purdue graduated QB Miami. This years squad is navigable inland waters. might endanger coastal waters of GEM 5-6% ,462Faid
Mike Phipps, but returns 31 typical big, strong, but with little He encouraged commanders to the United States. Folk 5-7 .417
lettermen including the capable'' finesse. Tech by a touchdown at \.' Flag Jax 5-7 .417
receiver Ashley Bell. New coach Grant Field.OREGONST. 'A n- 1... .....fIo ... _....' .....h..h..
Bob DeMoss received a shut-out AT OKLAHOMAThe
,. performance from his defensive Beavers of Coach Dee depth, and a reputation for ALL!
hard-nosed football. TO
:" unit against TCU. It will be Andros travel to Norman for Another playing is that both WNQIESALE R ICES
similarity
tested this week by an Irish team
their meeting with the Sooners.
rebuild
teams had to their)I
which piled up 330 yards rushing They return 31 letterman, but lost I
defensive units this The
Mast season. NEW,&; USED FURNITURE &
week. Purdue has won the APPLIANCES
8 defensive starters including' AA's '
War returned 37 l lettermen
last three games, and if there is Jess Lewis and Mel Easley Eagles'the Vols 34. Auburn will NEW & USED TV SETS
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one Coach Parseghianwants NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
game The offense should be productive, have better and
to win, this one is it. This is with Sophomore QB Steve En- a passing game NEW DESkS AND TYPEWRITERS
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and the hitting will be fierce. I Mrs.9 a.m.. 7
Bill Carlquist and HB Ralph p.m. Come In& Browse
game, and how I wish I could be
think Notre Dame will hit little
a Shaw. Productive they must be, there.
harder, and win a close ball because the defense must be WESCONNET FURNITURE CO

game.FLORIDA rebuilt and last year's unit In the ACC this weekend, South t
AT ALABAMA allowed 14.8 points per game. Carolina's fighting Gamecocks
These two squads really got Most opponents will take advantage should beat N.C. State by 12.
their offense working last week. of their green secondary, North Carolina to beat Marylandby
QB's John Reeves and Scott and the Beavers will have to work 14 and go 3-0.() In the far west,
Hunter will rain footballs at hard to match last year's 6-4 Washington takes on another
Tuscaloosa in what should be a record. Oklahoma, now 2-0(), is team from Michigan, the
freewheeling game. Florida's getting a good performance from Wolverines from Ann Arbor,
running back Mike Rich con their revamped defense which Huskies lose this time by 7. .
tinues to impress grid fans, and allowed Wisconsin only 1 first Stanford, looking better each "I i .
after playing second fiddle to down in the second half last week. week, will win a Pacific 8 game 1, ,
Tommy Durrance last season, he The Sooners offense is 80 percent from Oregon. Missouri and the
is now gaining the recognition he rushing which will be in OSU's Air Force meet in St. Louis, and
deserves. Alabama's poor, favor. I will be pulling for the Dan Devine's Tigers are going to,
rushing defense and their lack of Beavers because a victory would have their hands full, I think they
a receiver to' match the Gator's make a special friend of mine will win a close ball game, about .
Alvarez, makes them question' most happy. Incidentally, this like last year's 19-17. Nebraska if 1 .
mark to beat Florida. Coach gentleman leaves for duty in ,making big noises already ,this QUESTION
Bryant at home' is a tough Washington shortly and I am sure season,and Army will be hearing
combination, but I think. Floridacan all connected with NARTU hateto bells when 'the Huskers finish Whit it elll)(
come up with the numbers to see him leave. Best of luck in :with them. yti iPolypuI1N .

win a'. tight SEC battle. the future, Captain '0'. kiif
PENN STATE 'AT COLORADOThe TENNESSEE AT AUBURN Last Week 6-3 *

Nittany Lions are probablynot (BIRMINGHAM) Season 62.5 ..e.r who cerrlMtlfc .

too popular with many of our Seven weeks from now,we may <
readers after putting Navy into, look back at this game and see '' ? d,. .,
shellshock last week. They' extended that it 'was a key factor in ,'
,the nation's longest determining this year's I SEC FRIENDLYIRELAXED&QUIET 'Y I ti i
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1. Who 'was the. winner of the
1970 PGA Golf Champion
t b1.1
i- ship?
2. What pitcher was lifted fora
Name, .Rank-Title. pinch-hitter in the eighth
inning while pitching a no
hitter this ?
year
\
Duty Station Phone No.._, 3. Name the two professional
football teams that will play
in Ivy League stadiums this
(Team listed first I Is visitor) + year .
'4. Saratoga N.Y., is famous for
what ?
'k'.P sport
TENNESSEE AUBURN 5. Luis Aparicio of the White
Sox is a native of what coun-
; FLORIDA ALABAMA try? :
6. Who is the interim coach of
the Washington Redskins?
wi 7. The PGA. the Masters and
COLORADO Py'
PENN STATE .P the British and U.S. Opensare
I, considered the major golf
( TECH tournaments. Which one has
MIAMI ( ) GEORGIA
Arnold Palmer never won?
'I I '8. Who holds the all-time record
STANFORD .OREGON for "runs batted in" in
one season?
il YN2 Summers .. winner of You Pick-Um., 9. Who holds the all-time record
MICHIGAN WASHINGTON.: for "most times at bat" ina
season I' ,
10. The term V I ;,*" is used'in
r SAN JOSE' STATE... ARIZONA :0It Hurricane Hunter what sport?.._/ '

\1 Answers
: KANSAS SYRACUSE 1. Dave Stockton.

; Top Grid GuesserJax 2. res.Clay Kirby, San Diego. Pad'

: Pros 8. Philadelphia Eagles, University
I.' of Pennsylvania's Franklin '
Jimmy C. Summers Weather Recon-
Stadium; Boston Patriots,
naissance Squadron Four, came up with a 9-1 record to Harvard Stadium. '
CINCINNATI DETROIT win the first week's JaxAlrnews-Latwinger 'You Pick- 4. Horse racing
5. Venezuela.
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I Um contest. 6. Bill Austin, former head
+i': WASHINGTON _ST. LOUIS,
--- Five other readers'I came up coach Pittsburgh Steelers.
l with 9-1 scores,but Summers' tie Prothro's squad earned him his 7. The PGA.
Tie breaker: Predict final score between Tennessee breaker gave him the edge. ,100th victory as a 'mentor 8.-Hack RBI'g, in Wilson 1930., Cubs-190

!,\ and Auburn. Indicate winners In other games by a check Summers guessed the UCLA vs. Summers, who has been 9. Matty Alou, ,Pirates, 698 at
mark. Ballot boxes are located In Galley One and the Pittsburgh tilt would end up at 24- stationed in the Jacksonville area bats In 1969. '
Main Exchange NAS Jax and Cecil Field. Also ballots 13 in favor of the California since 1067.said the only college 10. Ice hockey.; a term to "describe
; he was sure about was the I a. knd: of stick
squad.The score was 24-15 as the game
may turned in at the Jax Air News and Latwinger of. Michigan State, Washington handling.
Bruins off from
pulled a come
fices. Ballots must be turned in by noon Friday. affair Washington shocked Ain't
behind victory as Coach Tommy That ( Peanuts!
{.t Michigan State, 42.16, and
marred an otherwise clean The United States uses more
; LOW RENT LOW TAXES etc., means,.. Summers' ballot. Washington's than four billion,pounds of cotton .
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half for clothes.
win also surprised a great many annually,
1. other You Pick-Urn contestants,
1.t since it was the most often
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1.i LOW OVERHE i The game that was 'guessed HONDAMOTORS
i right' the most was the Colgate-

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ComFair Takes Over Top Spot .,.{.\l't;\'":;:j


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.. Fleet Air Jacksonville, putting together four' straight wins since losing ','a; 4

the season opener, took over first place In the American League Intramural s am n-cax'a :' ,4

football' race... .this. .week.. as previous league leader AAATSG fell to third spot. 4'', a : ?\1'I IO'I
uver in the national League, \ t
the leathernecks of the Marine scored for the Marines. 679th 8, VP-5 0: Len Wincekdid
Barracks picked up their fourth FICEUR 8, AlrOps 0: After a all the scoring as the airmenof ,
win against no losses to maintaina scoreless first half,Tom Bass put the 679th improved their : ,,,4t O'I\,
one-game edge over NARTU FICEUR ahead. Bob Calder's'' record in the American League to ,
In the game of the week, the PAT added to the margin.COOMMUNICATIONS. 23. J h?
Marines of MARTD and Marine 30, ComFair 14, Communications 'J
Barracks banged heads last MATSG 16: Bob MacKey pickedup 6: ComFair took,over the top spotin #' ':
Thursday, with the Barracks' a pair of six-pointers, while the American League by c .1,,.
squad coming alive in the second John Conville, Chuck Best and winning its fourth straight game. __
half to take the contest, 18-0. Carroll Spencer each scored a TD Tom Bowie scored both,TD's for ,., lt

The Barracks broke into the as Communications surprised the winners, while Carroll'' _ _ __ ":. -I
scoring column when Wilbert MATSG The Communicationssquad Spencer notched a six-pointer in a ___ :' .,
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Bryant connected on a 30( -yard held an 18-8 advantage at losing effort ; :_ ,
aerial to Owen Williams on the 10 the intermission. Pat Lang and : ''"''W
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before Williams dashed in for the Tom Edwrrds both scored touchdowns .
TD. Minutes later Roger Dunlap in a losing Marine effort. r.s .." .'.. I
snagged another Bryant toss to 679th 6, VP.45.0: The radar .,;:'1
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put the Barracks ahead 12-0. squadron picked up its first win of ,w, '\rl, ,
Williams added six insurance the season on a Bob Hamrick TD :
points by carrying an in in the first half ,
terception 20 yards late in the NARTU 20, AlrOps 0: John ''. I
game. Flair, Bernie Byers and Ed ,.' :,;j"t"I I'I I
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MARTD 6, VW -4 0: The lone Graves shared TD honors as % x'us' cs "' I
touchdown in the contest came in NARTU moved up to second "' .
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the first half when Dave Watkins place in the National Leaguerace. ,
AirOps held the trainingunit :

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14 POOL TABLES but failed to mount any offense. Barracks runner after 25-yard play Thursday Deadlocked In'' a ,I
VW-4 2, Hospital 0: Hurricane EXPERT scoreless contest after half the game, the Marine Barracks went on to \
2 BARS Hunter defensive end John win the Dame, 180. \' '>\
100 MIRRORS & PAINTINGSAX'S Brown tagged Hospital quar GROOMINGALL ''
LARGEST LOUNGE terback Rester Bryan in the end BREEDS ::.
zone during the second half to '
MEET THE OFFICE.MEAT ,:. give the squadron the two-point '-For Sale- ..... \ ,.;E
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IT SWINGS ComFair 16, VP-45 6:' The RedDarters' REGISTERED POODLES ", % '
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