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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: October 29, 1970
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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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Squadron 16 are returning to touch down here sometime squadron to operate won kN1\'t ) I
SS1Qa their 'home nest' in the air tomorrow. The current four- task force. Exercise Northern
; station's patrol plane complexthis month Bermuda deployment is Wedding took place in the Nor. .f .:
week, bringing to an end a the third straight time that the wegian Sea, and a contingent of ,t.
5 NF !'v r. 'h deployment that saw Eagle Eagles have drawn that location Eagles flew out of a small air' j.Iv.
Orions in the air over South upon deployment time. base in Norway for a period of ;, ,
I America and the Norwegian Sea Squadron officials pointed out three weeks in support of the J '.
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ctFyweg ,' S' S d5t1 When all the Eagles get home, Eagles to raise their high Although the squadron, was '1 ;,-
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first over readiness quota, train flight based in Bermuda, their commitment ,
five years that Eagle patrolmenhave crews, and participate in several
took squadron crews to I "
been united with their different and
exercises.
projects South America, Puerto Rico, the I
families over the Christmas The Eagles were the first P-3 Scotland
Azores, Norway, ;
SSk holidays Deployment schedulesover squadron to participate in the Iceland, Greenland and Canada .
the past few years have annual South American 'Unitas'
', R < y ,prevented squadron fathers from exercise At the same time there All the operational ''com'l
;L kt celebrating the holidays and was a sqadron detachment in mitments added to the experience ./
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,their families in ,Jacksonville.The ment was ,flying ice patrols off operational capabilities ,of the \ .
first crews began retur- the western coast of Greenland.The East Coast 'E' squadron, ac- 1 ,I
ning to the air station'Tuesday, squadron was also selected cording to VP-16 officials
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VOL. 28 NO. 32 U, S. NAVALAIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER 29 1970 ::!
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Of New BuPers 'People Shop' /If.I If..

Two men''' fought it out during
the weekend Navy Day Regetta Once again the Chief of Naval Navy in sight To guarantee communication i
Sail Ho to a tie for high point honors. A Operations has initiated a new Entitled Pers 'P' (for people), enforcement, Pers 'P' personnelwill .;'U I
coin flip decided the winner. See program with the long range goalof the program is headed by RAdm conduct personal and official
story on Page U, a more individual oriented David Bagley and is designed to to various commands to jt jtvisits '
be a central contact point where gather data that will help .
Navy men and 'women determine, the inauguration of '
Dance Tickets Are Available may ; "
I f Navy Day confidently 'forward ,their new policies and the modification ': ,
questions about, service' 'conditions cancellation of old, ones. J. ".
and personal,affairs. Pers 'P''. will work within f "
Jax Be proud of your Navy with the Navy League providingfree NAS Public Affairs Officer Art '
that' are It..will be the mission of Pers'P' BuPers and will consist of five 1
heritage, grab your favorite date beer, soft drinks and door Slocumb stated 'there \'
to establish full r
and make plans to attend the gala prizes Dance music will be still reservations left for the com- divisions to cover all areas of ; A
Navy Day Dance Saturday night. provided a rock group and a dance.' To make your reservations munication on the command and personal affairs from answering ; :1
personal level at all naval in- questions to administering,
Jacksonville call the Public Affairs
This year the contemporary sextet to appeal to .
Navy League is sponsoring a free all age groups. Office at Ext. 2370 or 2379 or call stallations.' By creating a rapport recreation programs. Communications ',;\
between the I .
Navy's executive between Pers 'P'and S
dance for enlisted attend in in at Room 231Bldg. 1. '\
Navy per- Navy personnel must person branches and the individuals individuals be con- (
sonnel, their wives, husbands and uniform either dress blues, Reservations being taken on may )
within the fleet, new insights may ducted long-distance via 1
first-come first-served basis.., :)
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dates at the Jacksonville Beach whites or tropical 'white long.
be gained concerning attitudes telephone or mail Advice and ( k
Municipal Auditorium Saturday I NAS Jacksonville will provide Make plans today for toward Navy life and how they recommendations may also be ; ;
.from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. transportation to and from the your
be the command ,
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military personnel and civilian employees. an INil

opportunity to,, show their spouses, youngsters and .
I guests the shop or office where the family wage earner

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Employees served as guides,. :for their guests.

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work ''areas during the open house. IR'9! P

I Aircraft and engine displays were provided to permit'
a 'close-up' view of some of the Navy's t aviation hard.

ware. Several shops displayed special exhibits and
I furnished knowledgeable personnel to explain the
I functions conducted within the area. In' several.
locations general interest and other Navy films were
I shown. Refreshments added .to the carnival atmosphere

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x' Published by,the'Holt Publishing Company private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and ..writers herein are their own anpl not to
be considered an official expression of ,any military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not
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Note list of hours of the Exchange ServicesNAS Monday, Tuesday and Friday to 4:30: p.m. Closed Saturday,
> (Edi/or's! : : The following 12:30: to 8:30: p.m. Saturday and Sunday and holidays.
various facilities aboard the air station Is for the convenience Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed BEAUTY SHOP, Bldg. H2009

of our readers. We suggest our readers clip NAVY EXCHANGE Wednesday, Thursday, and Tuesday,Wednesday,Friday and
of the and keep it for holidays. Saturday 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m.
this service out of their copy paper MAIN RETAIL STORE: Bldg. STORE NUMBERONE Thursday to 7 p.m. Closed Sun-
EXPRESS
further reference.) 27, Monday, Tuesday, Wed- Monday day and Monday
nesday, Friday and Saturday 9 Bldg. 931, Open
Special Services ActivitiesATHLETIC a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday to 8 p.m through Friday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Other FacilitiesRED
Closed Sunday and holidays.Ext. Saturday 8 a.m. to <6"p.m.< Sundayand

FIELDS: All fields GOLF: Located on Mustin Rd. 3141. TOYLANDCOUNTRYSTORE holidays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CROSS, Bldg. 39, Ext.

are open for use during day light Clubs and carts avallablefor rent. COMMISSARY ANNEX, Bldg Bldg 514, Monday 2462. Office hours are 8 a.m.
hours, except those designatedfor Open daily from 8:30: a.m. until 1511, Tuesday, Wednesday and through Friday 9 a.m. to 6:30: until 4:30: p.m Monday through
use during intramural and sunset. Pro Shop in Club and Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m Thursdayto 9 to 5 Friday For assistance during
Driving Range Saturday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday a.m. p.m. weekends and after
varsity sports programs. Call snack bar nearby 8 p.m. Closed Sunday and holidays. holidays,
Ext. 3239 for further Information. available. Ext. 3249. p.m, Closed Sunday, Monday and GUEST HOUSE OFFICE, office hours, call Ext. 2484 and
SOFTBALL: Two centrally HOBBY SHOP: Located in holidays. week ask for telephone of duty worker
Bldg.803 seven days a
located fields with lights. By Bldgs. 565, 897, 898 and SERVICE STATION, Bldg. 26, from 8:30:, open a.m. to 4:30: p.m. NAVY RELIEF: Bldg. 953.
reservation only. Ext. 3239. surrounding areas. Ext. 3523. Monday through Saturday 8 a.m. GOLF PRO SHOP, Bldg. 1877 Office from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.,
HANDBALL: Two courts Tools and materials for auto to 5 p.m. Sunday and holidays 8 week from 8am Monday through Friday For
days a
seven
located on Mustin Rd. and two repair, carpentry, boat buildingand a.m. to 3 p.m.BEAUTY open. to 6 after hours and weekend or
located in Bldg. 41 behind repair, welding, ceramics, SHOP, Bldg. 3, p.m.NATTC holiday assistance, contact the
Barracks H.BASKETBALL. models, photography, and Monday and Thursday 8:30: a.m. NAVY EXCHANGE duty Red Cross worker for Navy
: Bldg. 3 Gym. leatherwork available. Hours: to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Relief coordination.
Current hours are 10 a.m. until 9 12:30: p.m. until 9 p.m. Monday, Friday and Saturday 8:30: a.m. to RESTAURANT AND HOUSING REFERRAL: Bldg.

p.m. Monday through Friday, Tuesday and Friday 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Closed Sunday and FOUNTAIN, Bldg. 554, Monday 902, Ext.,2844. Open 8 a.m. until
and from noon until 5 p.m. on 5:30: p.m. weekends and some Holidays. through Friday 6 a.m. to 9:30: 4:30: p.m. Monday through
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays Closed Wednesday, RESTAURANT AND p.m. Saturday 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday
holidays. Thursday and on Thanksgiving FOUNTAIN, Bldg. 3, Monday Sunday 11 a.m. to 9:30: p.m. FAMILY SERVICES CEN-
SQUASH: Courts located in Christmas and New Years Day through Friday 7 a.m. to 9:30: SHOE REPAIR, LAUNDRYDRY TER: Bldg. 955, Ext. 2845. Open

Bldg. 44 on Mustin Rd. Keys may HORSEBACK RIDING: Stable p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. CLEANING, and TAILOR, from 8 a.m. until 4:30: p.m.
be obtained at BOQ main desk, located on Child St. Bldg. 1802 Closed Sunday and holidays. Bldg 554, Monday through Monday through Friday,
Bldg. 11.TENNIS, near hospital. Open 8 a.m. until SNACK BARS: OperationsTower Friday, 6 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. GALLEY ONE: Bldg. 4 Breakfast -
: Four courts locatedat sunset Tuesday through Sunday. Bldg. 118, open daily 24 Saturday 9 a.m. to 12:30: p.m. served from 6 until 7:30: a.m.,
Mustin and Enterprise Roads Closed Monday Riding instructions hours; Bldg 200, Monday Closed Sunday and holidays. Dinner from 11 A.M. until 1 p.m
GEAR ISSUE ROOM: Open available. Ext. 3178. through Friday 6:30: a.m. to 2 BARBER SHOP, Bldg. 554, and Supper is served from 4 to

Monday through Friday, 8' a.m. LIBRARIES: Bldg. 3, Ext. p.m.; No. 1, Hangar 1000, Monday Monday through Friday 10( a.m. 5:30: p.m. Saturdays,. Sundaysand
until 4:30: p.m.AMATEUR. 3415. Hours: Monday noon to 9 through Friday 6 a.m. to 2 to 6:30: p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to Holidays: Breakfast, 6:30: to
RADIO: (Call p.m.; 8:30 a.m. until 9 p.m. p.m.; No. 2, Hangar 1000, Monday noon. Closed Sunday and 8:30 a.m., Brunch from 9:30 a.m.
letters W4NEK) Bldg. 726. Open Tuesday through Friday; 9 a.m. through Friday 10:30: a.m. to holidays. until 12:30: p.m., and Supper from
11:30: a.m. until 1 p.m. and from 4 until p.m. Saturday, and 1 until 6 p.m. Bowling Alley, Bldg. 609, WATCH REPAIR SHOP, Bldg. 4 to 5:30: p.m
p.m. until desired Mondaythrough 9 p.m. on Sunday NATTC Monday through Saturday 8:30: 514, Monday through Friday 9 NATTC DINING HALL: Week-
Friday. Call radio shack Library: Bldg. 563, Ext. 3317. a.m. to 11:30: p.m. Sunday and a.m. to 6:30: p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. days: Breakfast, 5:30: until 7
at Ext. 3524 for weekend and Open Monday through Friday holidays noon to 11:30: p.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Sunday and a.m. Dinner from 11 a.m. until

holiday hours as well as club from 9:30 a.m. until 9 p.m., and CANDLELIGHT holidays. 12:30: p.m.; and Supper from 5

meeting dates.. from 1. until_...._ 0 n r..m....weekends.' --------- and_mn RESTURANT, Bldg. 609, Sunday PERSONAL SERVICES, Bldg. until 6:15: p.m Saturday, Sunday,
oATIBoats:; and motors holidays. Hospital library: Bldg. through Thursday 11 a.m. to 2 514, Monday through Friday 9 and Holiday hours are the sameas
available for a nominal fee from 8 H 2009, Ext. 2266. Open Monday p.m.Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. a.m. to 6:30: p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Galley One.BARNETT .

a.m.; until sunset daily. Bldg through Friday, 8 a.m. until 4:30: to midnight. to 5 p.m. Closed Sunday and BANK:, Bldg. 39,
1547. Ext.,3318.BOWLING p.m. Closed weekends, and 19th HOLE LOUNGE, Bldg holidays. Monday through Friday from 10

: Bldg. 609. Ext. holidays. 808, Sunday through Thursday 10 PORTRAIT'STUDIO, Bldg a.m. to 3 p.m. Open paydays from
3493. Open 8 a.m. until midnight MOVIES: Mainside Theater a.m., to 8 p.m. Friday and 554, Monday through Friday' 10 9:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. Ext. 3870.
Monday through Friday and from located on Jason St. Bldg. 612. Saturday 10 a.m. to midnight a.m. to 6:30: p.m. Closed Satur CLOTHING AND SMALL

noon until midnight Saturdays, Movie shown daily at 7:30: p.m. GAME ROOM, Bldg 554, day, Sunday and holidays. STORES:, Bldg. 953, Open
Sundays and holidays. Closed Matinees shown at 2 p.m. on Monday through Saturday 6 a.m. SERVICE STATION, Bldg. 438, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9
Christmas and News Year's Day Saturday, Sunday and holidays. to 9:30: p.m. Sunday noon to 9:30: Monday through Friday 10 a.m. a.l1to 3:45. Thursday and

HUNTING: Not permitted Hours change occasionally due to p.m.LAUNDRY to 5:30: p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:45: p.m.
aboard station special entertainment or long AND DRY Closed Sunday and holidays.
p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1:15:
FISIIING: Valid license movies. HospitalTheaterBldg.: H CLEANING: Issue Room, Bldg. EXPRESS STORE NUMBER Closed Sundayand Monday
required. Fishing allowed in Casa 2009. Movies daily at 7 p.m. Call 3, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. TWO, Bldg. 429, Monday through Ext.p.m. 3711.
Linda Lake (golf course side Ext.2858 for tape recorded movie to 5 p.m Saturday 9 a.m. to 5p.m. Friday 10 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. CLOTHING AND SMALL
restricted no boats allowed in schedule. .Closed Sunday and holidays
Saturday 9 a.m. to 3 Closed
p.m STORES, Bldg. 513, NATTC
lake) and along St. Johns River PICNIC GROUNDS: Casa Main Issue Room Bldg. 106, Sunday and holidays. Monday Thursday, from
through
except where marked restricted. Linda Lake in rear of Chapel: Monday through Friday 7:30: a.m.
Boats may be launched from Fish Fishing and picnic tables to 4:30: p.m. Closed Sunday and NAVAL HOSPITAL 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday
from 11 to 3:30 Closed
Camp or at the foot of Ranger St. available. No restrooms. Fish holidays; Officers Issue, BOQ, NAVY EXCHANGE a.m.and : p.m.
Ext. 3848.
Ext. 3111 for further information. Camp: Party area, fishing, Monday 7:30: a.m. to 8:30: a.m.ll:30a.m.to Saturday Sunday
LICENSES: Hunting and picnic tables, restrooms. 12:30 p.m.and 4:30 to RETAIL H2009 COMMISSARY STORE Bldg.
STORE Bldg.
and
fishing licenses are available Reservations Ext. 5:30 135, Tuesday, Wednesday
only 3111. : p.m. Tuesday through
Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to
from Special Services, Bldg. 704, Skeet Club: Party area, club Friday 11:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m. 4:30: Saturday 9 to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
p.m. a.m.
Thursday from 8 to 8
11 a.m. until 4:30: p.m. Monday house, restrooms, softball field, and 4:30: to 5:30: p.m. noon. Closed Sunday and a.m. p.m.
and Saturday from 8 to 2
through Friday swings, barbeque pits and tables. LAUNDRETTE, Bldg. 412, holidays. a.m.
Clubs Reservations only Ext. 3111 open seven days a week from 7:30: SNACK BAR p.m. Closed Sunday, Monday &:
: Bldg. H2009,, Holidays. Ext. 3434.
,
NATTC, Allegheny and Bir- a.m. to 10 p.m
Monday through
Friday 8:30: a.m.
mingham. Complete facilities. COIN OP LAUNDRY, Bldg. CREDIT UNION, Bldg. 37,
PIRATES COVE: (EM Club) to 4 p.m. Closed Saturday,
Open Sunday through Thursdaysfrom Reservations only Ext. 3317. 1917, open seven days a week Sunday and holidays. Monday through Friday from
11 a.m. to midnight Friday RECREATION GEAR ISSUE: from 7:30: a.m. to 10 p.m. SNACK BAR, Bldg. H2080, 9:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. Ext. 2431'
Bldg. 704 Open 8 a.m. to 4:30: BARBERSHOPS: Officers and JOINT AIRLINES TICKET'
and Saturday from 11 a.m. until 2 Monday through Friday 7:30: a.m. .
a.m. and Holiday eves., 9 a.m. to p.m. Monday through Friday. crew, Bldg. .3,> Monday through to 8:30: p.m. Saturday and Sunday OFFICE, Bldg. 13, Monday
Checkout items include fishing Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; through Friday from 8 a.m. to
2 a.m.. Bldg. 46, Ext. 3326. 11 a.m. to 8:30: p.m.
ACEY DEUCEY: Bldg. 593. gear, sports equipment, BOQ, Bldg. 11, Monday through BARBER SHOP, Bldg. H2080, 4:30: p.m. Ext. 3553.
Ext. 3521 Monday through shotguns, camp trailers, gas Friday 8 to 11:30: a.m.; Hangar Monday through Friday 8:30: a.m. (More Hours Pat 19))
lanterns and stoves cots coolers 1000 Monday through Friday 8
Tuesday hours are from 11 a.m. _, ._ .
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until midnight Friday and and related equipment. ".111. w iju ., Operations
GAME CENTER Bldg. 148. Tower Bldg 118 Monday
Saturday, 11 a.m. until 1 a.m. : -
Sunday, noon until midnight. Pool tables and pinball machines through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30:

CPO CLUB: Bldg. 789, Ext. available. Open 10 a.m. until 11 p.m. JTAX AIR NEWS

3461 Monday through Thursday, p.m. Sunday through Thursday., COBBLER SHOP Bldg. 3.,
11 a.m. until midnight. Friday 10 a.m. until midnight Friday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, .
and Saturday,11 a.m. until 1 a.m. Saturday and on days before ,Friday andSaturday 9 a.m. to 5
and Sunday, 11 a.m. until holidays. p.m. Thursday to 8 p.m. Closed The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
midnight. SWIMMING: Outdoor poolsare Sunday and Holidays.PERSONAL distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station

OFFICERS CLUB: Bldg. 10, open during summer monthson SERVICES Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a
Ext.3041. Main Brace Bar is open a schedule announced each SHOP, Bldg 3, Monday, private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS
11 a.m. until 11 p.m. Tuesday spring. Indoor Pool: Bldg. 614. Tuesday,Wednesday,Friday and must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS
through Sunday, closed Monday. Open 4:30: until 8 p.m. Monday Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jacksonville by 12-00: .noon on Monday before publication. News
Dining room open from 11:15: trough Friday, and from noon Thursday to 8 p.m Closed Sunday items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or
a.m.until::45 p.m.,and from 6 to until 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sundayand ,and holidays. 3119.

9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday holidays. Ext. 3111 TAILOR SHOPS: Bldg. 3,
Friday and Saturday lunch WEIGHT AND STEAM Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
hours are from 11:15: to 1:45: p.m., ROOM: Located in Bldg. 614. 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. concerning such should be directed to:
and supper hours are from 6 until Same hours as indoor pool. Closed Sunday and holidays. HOLT PUBLISHING'
,7Tc COMPANY
10 p.m. Sunday lunch hours are TICKET OFFICE: Bldg. 704, OPTICAL SHOP Bldg. 3, Juan
from 11:30: a.m. until 1:45: p.m., Ext. 3122. Recreation Division Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210
and the Sunday buffet is served attempts to obtain tickets for all Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 Telephone 388.2755

from 5 until 9 p.m. Ceiling Zero events at the Coliseum and Civic p.m. Thursday to 8 p.m. Closed VOL. 28 NO.
bar rldg,11 is open from 11 a.m. Auditorium. Often, a reduced Sunday and holidays. 32 OCTOBER 29, 1970

.-uotiUl.p.mvdaily.. .,..... ,'. .ra.te..is. .allowed.._' HOBBY SHOP, Bldg. 898,

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Jax-The NAS Dental clinic is I! ,

dependent scheduling children appointments, age 6 to for 23, Offers New Challenge } y,:
whose sponsors' birth month is
November Children of active \

duty and retired military per The International Toast- responsibilities. It also helps pass 'I
sonnel are eligible for the stan-
mistress Clubs, Inc. are now in the time when husbands are on ,
nous fluoride treatment.
Appointments be made by its 32nd year of offering training long deployments. ;
may for greater freedom of expressionto There are several Toast- \
the or at the
sponsor spouse \
women. mistress clubs in the area, two of
Dental Department, Ext. 3504. "
Each child will receive an oral A Inviting women to be 'women which are the Sortes, which I :
of influence their,motto Is1: To meets during the daytime at I
hygiene lecture and demon. J iar ;
stration, an oral exam, a fluoride love our language and' use it with Cecil Field, and the Seminoles, ./1, t :
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and facility which in the I .
treatment to inhibit tooth decay, grace meets evenings. ',
and dental health education Toastmistresses have proven Those interested in the daytime I.
material. beneficial to many Navy wives club should contact Cathy Gay at ";
whose husbands' positions make Ext 302. Those who are unable to !
social demands A trained participate in the daytime :.
Retirees. InvitedTo Toastmistress is prepared to program may inquire about the 'j
preside at public, departmenthead Seminoles by calling'' Lillie ;
Job Seminar and squadron meetings. She Robbins at 398-4427 '. ',; '.
can feel confident and poised'in Since membership is limited in ) j\ .;
Jax-The u.s. Employment TOASTMISTRESS I WE EK.Jacksonville Mayor Hans Taniler displaysthe facing unfamiliar situations, and these clubs, a new charter at ',.
Service will conduct a briefing at proclamation ,making the week beginning Oct. 25 officially she can support her point of view Cecil Field Is now being considered :,
the NAS Theater November 5 at 9 Toastmistress Week for the City of Jacksonville, in conjunction with objectively and persuasively in a A time and day has not <.'
a.m. for all Armed Forces personnel International Toastmistress Week which also began Oct. 25. There are discussion or a group. been set for an organizational '. ;.;.
and dependents who are four Toastmistress clubs In the area and 1,106 nationwide Attendingthe Most Navy wives"sooner or meeting Those Interested are \.
eligible for retirement or transfer signing are (left to right) Betty Detamore, president of Sortes, the later'are l faced with the Urged to call Louise Beard at Ext. + +
to the Fleet Reserve within the official Cecil Field club Hazel Fleming,president of the Rlbault Club; responsibility of leadership 200 so tha t it can be determined if '
next 18 months. Maxine Henderson, vice president of Sortes and Donna Lucas, Toasmlstress participation can there is'sufficient interest for ,a ,, .
The Civilian Employment president of the Seminoles. be training ground for such new'' charter v
Assistance Program is a
cooperative effort between the .
Department of Defense and the """JI'' : ,
Department of Labor whereby' ./ I
career military members are t
provided appropriate and timely
counseling concerning civilian
labor market conditions
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Jax-Don't miss the big auctionof
government surplus items at
8:30:: a.m. Wednesday at the NAS
Jacksonville disposal division 11
miles south of the main gate.
and of ,
All military Department II I:
Defense personnel, except those
under 21, are invited to inspect
items for sale, located at NAS '," '.',,\\I ,
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{ BANKAMIRICARD AMERICAN EXPRE$$.$TANDARDOILWMASTERCHARGE ,4\ Madame Lasagne read for
Crtditcar Cards Honored tunes, a slick Arab spun the
u wheel of fortune, while a hillbilly
MAll father, shotgun, jug and all,
ROOSEVElt A W A rj attempted to marry-off his pretty
I N r s asJ daughter. In the special tomb-
stone room ghouls viewed what
wash _J was perhaps their latest victim,
\ trying to escape from her coffin.
Tribal Africans spoke to the kindly
swami, and Ruth Buzzi never
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY looked so good as 'she' beat the
HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM little old man around the club. He
just took it all in good humor.


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By YNSN Stella M. Gawllnski

The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different
SCORES 1000 POINTS their second Honor Class win, THREE REENLISTFOR meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bid9. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
,
breakfast. a.m. to 7i30 a.m.t dinner. 11 cm I and .
becoming the first class to attaina THIRD TIME 5130: p.m. Dining Hall No. *, Bldg 151'' serves br"k'"f' *:}supper am to 4>pm aml to
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Jax-Congratulations go to the perfect score since Class 933 in dinner. 11 a.m. to 12tJO: a.m.; supper 5:00: p.m. to 61:I5. Both Dining halls ob,
students and class advisor of AE'A' December 1969. Three NATTC petty officers serve the same hours on weekends and holidays) early breakfast 6:30: am to
8:30: am; brunch 9130: .m.fol2:30p: .m.andsupper.4p, .to 5:30
Class 106 for winning the Each class is awarded pointson shipped over, each for the third Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast: p.m. for "
Honor Class competition for the the basis of scholastic time, October 16 in the office of cents/dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for SO cents. J

week of October 12 with perfect achievement, discipline, military Commanding Officer Capt. JohnE.
score of 1,000 points. Under the bearing and barracks in Kennedy. Friday Oct.30 Wednesday,Nov 4BREAKFASTButtered t

supervision of Class Advisor AE1 spections. Class 106's perfect AE1 Robert E. May, an in- BREAKFAST..Hot grits, eggs to farina, .
S.F. Ulkoski and Class Leader score offers a prime example of structor at AE 'B' School, added order, creamed chopped beef, home scrambled eggs, blueberry griddle > \
AN JW, Burrell, Class 106 scored teamwork and dedication. four years to his career. He en- fried potatoes and raised doughnuts cakes, baked sausage patties, and
DINNER.Oyster stew, fish platter, praline buns.DINNER..Spllt.
tered the in June 1957 and
Navy perch, shrimp and scallops, baked
served at Imperial Beach, Calif chicken and rice, macaroni au gratin, pea soup, simmered
Commendation Medal corn beef, hot mustard sauce, boiled'
Army to here in buttered broccoli and Ice cream
just prior coming potatoes, buttered cabbage, buttered, 'a
March 1969 AE1 May and his sundaes and
I SUPPER.-Chicken caccIatore, carrots blueberry pie )
Awarded NAS wife Patricia have five children boiled spaghetti pizza, buttered .. \ '
to CorpsmanJax and currently reside in mixed vegetables, bread pudding and chicken SUPPER a la king Sweet, rice and pilaff sour, buttered pork, y J:

Jacksonville strawberry sauce. asparagus and ice cream sundaes.
Edwin L. Ross of the HM3 Ross, 22, is from AE1 Herman A. Craig {
NAS Medical Department was Texarkana, Tex. He entered the reenlisted for six years. An in Saturday Oct.31

awarded the Army Commendation Navy in August 1967, and has structor in Phase IV at the AE 'A' BREAKFAST..Hot farina, eggs to Thursday, Nov. 5 '

Medal October 19, in been stationed here since Sep-- School, Craig has been in the order griddle cakes, baked sausage BREAKFAST rolled oats, eggs '
recognition of meritorious service tember 1970. Navy since March 1956. He and patties and raisin rolls. to order, griddle cakes, fried ham
DINNER. Spanlsh beef patties
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with an Army advisory his wife Patsy live in Jackson- cottage fried potatoes, buttered whole slices and cinnamon rolls

group in Vietnam during the ville and have five children. kernel corn and Ice cream cups. DINNER..New England clam ;
period from August 1969 to July AEl Graham R. Keys added SUPPER..Pepper beef steak brown chowder, deep fried fish, scallopedham
t' \ gravy mashed potatoes, buttered macaroni and tomatoes,
1970. three to
a Navy career
years
succotash broccoli polonaise, spice
seasoned ,
spinach polonaise
The medal was presented by which already boasts 15 years of cake and butter cream Icing. cauliflower, applesauce cake and
Capt. John R. Kincaid, NAS service. A native of Washington, brown sugar Icing.SUPPER..Baked!.
commanding officer. The award N.C., AEl Keys was stationed Sunday Nov.I lBREAKFAST.
citation read in part: 'During his with VA-36 at Cecil Field before .. lasagna, pizza pie, a
Hot oatmeal, eggs to norm and Ie carrots, chocolate puddingand
tenure, Petty Officer Ross reporting to NATTC in January order,french toast, minute steaks and whipped topping s
demonstrated outstanding 1969. The AE 'A' School In- bear claws.
initiative and professional structor is married to the former DINNER-Grllled ham ,and cheese ',

competence in the performanceof Miss Mary Staten and they have sandwiches baked beans, french and Ice fried cream potatoes cups., hot 7 ,

his assigned duties. ,Throughhis one son, Graham, Jr. SUPPER..Grllled pork chops, onion
diligent efforts he consistently !t gravy franconla potatoes baked corn
enhanced the operational effectiveness and potatoes, buttered fresh frozen JonathanJewelers
brussels sprouts and apple pie.
of his unit. He was CORPSMAN DEPARTS

quick to grasp the implicationsof Monday, Nov.2BREAKFAST.Buttered
new problems with which he was
Farewell and best wishes to
go
hominy
faced as a result of ever-changing
situations. HM2 David W. Cathey who is grits, eggs to order, french toast,
leaving NATTC for 30 weeks of broiled bacon slices and cake
'Recognizing the importance of doughnuts. SAME
training at the Medical Administration
I his mission, he was attentive to DINNER.-Knlckerbocker soup
the slightest of details. His School in Portsmouth pepper steak, natural pan gravy, ENGRAVING
Va. A native of Fallston, mashed potatoes, sauteed corn
dedication
resourcefulness and pumpkin pie and spice topping.
N.C., Cathey is married to the
contributed to the
greatly successof HM3 RossI' former Miss Debra Bineham and SUPPER..Roast veal loaf, brown
the Allied effort in the Republicof has been in the Navy since gravy steamed rice, buttered RING
Vietnam broccoli spears and Ice cream cups. '
January 1966. SItING
He served as a field medic with Tuesday,Nov.3BREAKFASTHomlny
Six Eagles Advancedadvanced the Third Marine Division in I "

Vietnam prior to reporting to the grits, eggsto Sales ': 'i,
order, creamed chipped beef, home ,
Jax-Patrol Squadron 16's to PNC, PN3 Mountainand NATTC Dispensary in July 1969. fried potatoes and chocolate *
training program proved its PN3 Burke will move up to HM2 Cathey reenlisted under doughnuts. Watch andJewelry ';

worth recently as the Admin PN2, PNSN Hair and PNSN the Star Program, and when his DINNER..Beef rice soup, country Repairs
chicken, chicken glazed ,
Department came through with, Graham will both be promoted to present obligation is finished, he style sweet potatoes, buttered gravy hominy,
100 percent advancements for the PN3, and SN Flores will advanceto hopes to attend a medical college Creole green beans, devils food cake'' Work Done On
August exam series. YN3. where' he will specialize in and vanilla cream Icing. Premises
.
Five personnelmen and one These promotions are the anesthesiology. His current planis SUPPER .Grilied hamburgers or
cheeseburgers, french fried potatoes
yeoman participated in the exam result of hard work and long to return. to the Navy as a Spanish style lima beans, buttered 1704 Highway 17, Orange Park '. ,
and all were authorized ad- hours of study on each man' part. Medical Officer when his brussels sprouts bread pudding and Dan and Linda Boatwrlght y

vancement.PN1 Congratulations to the VP-16 education is complete. lemon sauce. Phone 264-6396

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Halloween -Club S hedules'J -
Safety Tips .

I >IRA TES COVE

Help Prevent Disaster Tonight the Pirates Cove will

present Phil Cay and the
Jax-Thoughtful parents can costumes with reflective tape or Chantels, and tomorrow the Dark
:. make their children's Halloween paint. Both products are readily Entry will perform beginning at
pleasant and safe by proper available. 9:30.: Phil Cay will be back to
t precautions and careful in ((5)) Use tight-fitting garmentsthat entertain you for the Saturday
structions. Listed below are nine will not catch on fences, Night Halloween Party. A door
rules which, if strictly obeyed, bushes, etc, and avoid tripping r prize will be presented for the
will guarantee an accident-free hazards by keeping costumes r best costume. Sunday night the
I Halloween. short Argus will appear on stage, and
((6)) Don't allow children to on Monday Lorenzo's Soul
((1)) Tell your children to carry knives or sharp instruments Treatment will provide the en-
always stop, look and listen Toy weapons can be ; tertainment. The Dark Entry will
before crossing streets made of cardboard. return on Tuesday, and on
Wednesday evening the popular
Be sure that your little goblin Four of Clubs will appear with
4r music for listening and dancing.

Will return home full of zest
ACEY DEUCY CLUB
DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE, (|lg) Jeffrey Brandt acceptsthe v-'
For he has learned, with parents' help certificate of designation as a Distinguished Naval Graduate from The lunch menu today will offer
Capt. William J.Pressler Jr., commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven. The
That safety first is best. certificate was awarded to him by the Chief of Naval Personnel for his mushroom steak, and cocktail
hour will be held from 7 to 9 this
'outstanding qualities of leadership, high moral, character,
noteworthy achievement in the training program, and exceptional evening. Tomorrow night will
aptitude for the naval service while undergoing basic flight trainingat feature country-western music
:. ((2)) Use light colored material ((7)) Children should not carry Pensacola in I"'. Lt. (jg) Brandt is currently serving as the by Mel Gaden and the Lazy
for costumes,' as it reflects light lighted candles or torches. Fleet Air'Wing Eleven communications officer. Rhythm Girls.,A wide variety of
and makes children easier to see Battery powered lights are musical entertainment will be
at night. safest. UDT available Saturday when Archie
) Presentation To Be Leslie and Whatever's Fair

((3)) Make costumes flameproof ((8)) Assure masks fit properlyand appear on stage. Dine and danceto
.: by dipping in a solution of three do not obstruct 'vision or Conducted Here TuesdayJax the tunes of the Four of Clubson

quarts warm water,seven ounces breathing Sunday night.
Borax and three ounces Boric ((9)) Alert children to such A representative from the Navy's Underwater
Acid. hazards as lawn furniture, steps, CPO CLUB
Demolition Team (UDT) will hold two presentations
children's and excavation sites.
Decorate
((4))
Tuesday at the.NAS Theater at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. All The Four of Clubs will en-

f Navymen between the ages of 18 and 30 who are .interested tertain at the Chiefs' Club
I Navy Wives Offer Kindergarten in qualifying for the UDT or SEAL teams are tomorrow evening and will return

encouraged to attend. Physical and swimming Saturday for the Halloween
: Jax Station personnel are Located in Bldg. 560, the Navy Dance. Sunday night's en-
qualifications tests will also be administered that
reminded that the Navy Wives Wives Club Kindergarten on tertainment will be provided by
': Club, Jax 86, sponsors a junior charges an individual fee of $15 date. Mark'Castle.
and senior kindergarten for per month, with a supply chargeof To be eligible for UDT training,
children between the ages of $5 per semester. For further a volunteer must have a GCT Ft. Benning, Ga. Later the OFFICERS CLUB
three and five. information, call 389-1732. score of at least 45 and a volunteers travel to Key West,
minimum of 30 months obligated Fla., where they receive in Beefeaters night with ribs and
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{ UDT training center. the use of SCUBA equipment. room tonight. Tomorrow there
I Rev3.v all The 26-week Underwater After successfully completingthe will be a Fisherman's Harvest

,f.. ,' NOVEMBER 2.8 Demolition Team training course UDT training, the 'Webfoot buffet beginning with Happy
,', I, begins with four weeks of running Warriors' or 'Frogmen,',as they Hour at 6 p.m. Enjoy the
t exercises, calisthenics, swim. are frequently called, are Champagne Special Sunday and
SUNDAY-- STUDY 10:00: ming, racing, and competitive assigned to teams which usually dance later on to the tunes of the
\; PREACHING 11:00 sports. In the third week trainees consists of 15 officers and 100 Tommy Brooks Quartet.
: & 6:00: must complete a 16 hour trek men. Reservations must be made for
,: HEAR Curtis E. Flatt
over a rugged obstacle course There is presently a continuing all dinners.
' NITELY 7:45 surrounded by land mines and requirement for both officers and
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controlled explosives.The enlisted men in the underwater FRA BRANCH
:::; | lake Shore Church of Christ | second phase of the courseis reconnaissance field. Non-rated

f Fa devoted to scholastic work, personnel are particularly in Don't miss tonight's horse
;. | 2121 Blanding Boulevard chart-reading, life-saving demand. collar tournament at 7:30.:
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7I. techniques, intelligence, ,
.\ and practical exercises in the tunes of Red Edwards and
Buy U.S. Savings Bonds for the Altoncs, and on Saturday there
reconnaissance and demolition.This .
..!'. those you love. You'll be in- will be a Halloween party with
phase is followed by three
vesting in their security and prizes for the best costume.
I weeks of parachute training at that of your country., Music for the event will be

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/rrrr Il r r r rir.Mlrrtrrllr.rr.rFuel < '> t? >;}':i'>: ),. : '-:': <,'.':>t >:>, "Y"
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Tanks' Filled ';, ;
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Jax- The Navy's only gas station in four states is the Navy Fuel Depot, located r ,)i:\ '
about 20 miles north of NAS Jacksonville 20 miles west of Mayport on the

Trout River t sf

This multi-million dollar facility supplies about 400 million barrels of fuel a

month to 20 different military and commercial activities in Florida,',Mississippi, i

Georgia and South Carolina

The Depot's main customersare
NAS Jacksonville, Cecil an Air Force contractor Aero the Navy, regular aviation gas
Field,Glynco, Mayport and fleet Corp.atLake andHomesteadAir and the newer Navy distillate oil.
oilers which receive about 90 Force Base in Florida Most of the fuel is barged to
percent of the Depot's fuel. The The Depot handles five dif NAS Jacksonville, Glynco and
other 10 percent goes to the Coast ferent fuels Navy special or Mayport; shipments to other ( _
Guard, tankers, the Florida Air black oil, JP-4 jet fuel for Air activities go by tank truck or tank
National Guard in Jacksonville, Forceactivities, JP-5 Jet fuel for car via the Depot's own railroad.
Part of the fuel barged to NAS
'n located 20 mites north of NAS
'I'f in turn to Cecil THE U. S, NAVY FUEL DEPOT, '
Jacksonville goes
Field via an 18 mile pipeline for Jacksonville, Is the only Navy refueling activity In four statts.

the air station. hold fuel
a 75-day supply
The Depot receives all its fuel
altogether or an average of
direct from the refineries at two
.
barrels
8,500,000 a year.
piers. An average of 75,000
!Ii barrels of fuel are shipped in Once Owned by Army
each month to replenish the
Depot's 13 storage tanks which The Fuel Depot was originallybuilt
by the Army during World
War II to ship fuel north from the
Gulf of Mexico via the inland

waterway, thus avoiding enemy a "', i8s
submarines which threatened
shipping by tankers along the
Altantic coast. However, the war
M1 r ended before the Depot, was
as 0 finished.In .

1947 it was given to the
f Reconstruction Finance Corps ?rss"J
for disposal but the Navy
, > .. acquired the site in 1949 to IN THE LAB ,.. Petroleum
A FUEL BARGE docks at on* of the'Depot' piers to receive a L provide aviation gas for NAS inspector Fred Hobbs tests the
supply of Navy special or black oil which'will be shipped to the i. Jacksonville and to serve as flash point on a sample of JP 5
Mayport Naval Station.RENT, a fleet refueling unit. A part of let fuel ,to determine ,if its
NAS Jacksonville until 1951, the specifications remain the same.
Depot was then established as an JP 5, according to average
ECON independent activity under the specifications, should flame up,
control of Naval Supply System when heated to 140 degrees
41 Command in Washington. Fahrenheit This is lust one of the
C..R
many, tests which the lab inspectors -
Since the time it was 'first tank
conduct for every of
,.. established, the Depot has grown
fuel that is received or issued at
...-. LT JOHN CAIN, the only from the original 142 acres to the
drive around Depot.
on pennies! military person at the Depot, Is 260.7 acres.Also, the four original
MAJOR CREDIT CARDS HONORED die officer in charge of the tanks built by the Army were Depot Assured Top
MINIMUM AGE 21 FREE NATIONWIDE RESERVATION S RYIE. entire fuel facility and its 35 converted to hold Navy special oil Quality Fuel
DOWNTOWN AIRPORT NASMAYPORT civilian employees. Lt. Cain was for ships at Mayport and new
354.9001 764-3583 246.4801 or 246.8104 assigned to the Depot after storage tanks with floating roofs To maintain the highest qualityof
835 Main Street 14670 Duval Road 2955 Mayport Road seven-month tour aboard the fleet were added to store aviation gas fuel, the Depot has its own

i We rent General Motors and,other,fine cars oiler Ashtabula for NAS Jacksonville. petroleum laboratory with two
inspectors. In the lab the inspectors
test samples of every
tankof fuel handled by the Depotfor
its quality before, during and

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after being piped to or from the only foam fire fighting unit in t rSi
Depot and tankers to make sure Jacksonville. Owned and
there is no contamination due to operated by the Depot for years!
water, rust or sediment. Ac- the fire department is now leased
,
cording to Fred Hobbs, inspectorin to the city of Jacksonville and a L ..p11M
charge, fuel samples are manned by the city fire fighters.
received and tested for all the Cutting costs did not
southeast, even as far as Atlanta. necessitate cutting the numberof
The 3& million dollar complexis employees and, according to
a self-sufficient activity, Lt. Cain, there are 17 men who .
maintained entirely by 35 maintain the entire fuel plant and
civilians and one military man. the land. : \ s.
Lt. John Cain, assigned to the Being a self-sufficient activitythe = >a ,
Depot after a seven-month Depot maintains its own fire
WestPac tour aboard a fleet oiler, and and security departments,
is the officer charge. administration departmentPublic
Since his assignment there in Works Department and
December, Lt. Cain has initiateda supports a Forestry Program to paI' 9r
big cost reduction program, utilize the Depot's approximate I
cutting the Depot's annual budgetto 191 acres of unused land.
$137,000 .. nearly one-third of The dedication and high
the original annual operatingcost. quality of the employees at the
Depot has impressed Lt. Cain
He accomplished this by from the time he took charge and ;: m; -< FIRE AND SAFETY' IN-
reorganizing the railroad, he explained that this is one of the \ 4* 1 \\ m'\ \ i \ \ t tt' : \ l SPECTOR John Adams oversees
division and the factors in the ,, .
security general contributing I and
\ at work
1it' men lining
<\ \ "f \ \ i i'II\W: H \\< h '>\ "" \ \( \ up pumps
foreman and general engineer'sjob. Depot's recent success in the 1970 i'lt t't; t i1 ..\ ,', \, 11if !, i,\, t, :.r ", i itv valves for the Depot's 'new
Combined Federal Campaign. ''- "' '', '( :i '''I!t.l'% 'A' ';\\i\ '" :\;'''''"\> pipeline being relocated to
One of these changes'includedthe Depot employees raised a total of ;' zt I t i i \o-1. t't\' service Pier 3. Fuel Is pumped
-a 3 coohk, ., v
a I
facility's fire department, the $506 or236.4 percent of their goal. ." \ )" '' ''' t'>i1 .'. .'''i1i'' :"\ ,. n'"\" '" ",'i, through pumping stations to and
I'I .' rn : from storage tanks and tankers

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I. Narf Seminar Ends-


Cecil DTC 1.D. Brewster "'/"' t>' '
Sports By
Jax The Value Engineering processes using the Value T.,,
Seminar, which concluded Oc- Engineering knowledge acquired i .y,
tober 16, produced engineeringand during the early sessions of the
management methods im seminar, --.. ....-- -..- ,--- -

provements having a potential of Bob Barbrey, a seminar instructor BOWLING 18-2 game ((226)), topped a field of 11
for the BOQ
$750,000 savings per year from the Naval Ord- bowlers who broke the 200
Naval Air Rework Facility NATIONAL LEAGUE: After Medical 15.5 game
: The seminar vividly nance Systems Command, said, five weeks of bowling,the B.O.Q. Admin 14-6 barrier. The Midget (as it painsus
demonstrated how VE teamworkcan 'I have participated in more,than team appears ready to run away NAMTD 12-8 to report) rallied 'mediocre'
yield astonishing, cost 30 of these seminars and truth with .the league as they find Dental 12.8 607 for high series..Dr.,Rudnick of
savings. The 38 students fully say I have never had a more themselves three games ahead of Operations 11-9 the Pathetic Plumbers (Dental)
participating
in the seminar first enthusiastic and cooperative runnerup Medical. Power Plant No.2 11-9 took high set (when one considersthe
were taught the principle of value group/ Sad Sam Del Vecchio owned VA-174N0.1 10-10 so and sos handicap and the
high series last week with a 613. M3 Midget raves on) 576-645 (han-
engineering as applied to product Capt. D, H. Heile, NARF Weapons
improvement. Using the team commanding officer, com He was followed by Roberts with Power Plants No. 1 5-15 dicap included).
approach under instructor mended each student for a job a 542 and Chirichello ((534)). San VA-174N0.2 3-17 The Midget raves on: 'Anotherfine
.,' guidance, the students then well done as he presented Sam also rolled the high game Air Frames 2-18 league after 6 weeks there
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studied specific aircraft training certificates at closing (223)).Red Chuck Price had a fine are G teams within 3 games of
assemblies or production ,ceremonies. 208 game and Mendoza a 205. Who AMERICAN LEAGUE: Chief each other. I am looking for a
said the Midget's league was tops Griffen (the Midget's old man of scratch 700 series this year in this
at Cecil Field? Standings! : the sea) wound up with high league'! Comment: Care to bet?

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OLESALEPRIcESTOAL VA-82 17-7
MILITARYAUTOMOBILEMIIITARY.ALL
WN VA-45 Admin 17-7

I 111 VJ AV4S No.3 17-7

NEW & USED FURNITURE a APPLIANCES VA 45 No.I 16-8
NEW & USED TV SETS Medical 15.9
RANKS ft AGES
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES AMD 14-8
LOW RATES EASY PAYMENT PLAN NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS I NAMTD 12-12
General Agents for AIR CONDITIONERS A-83 No.1 12-12

AMERICAN SERVICE MUTUAL INS'CO, Mrs*a,m./pm, Come In& Browse Dental 11' -13/
VA-66 11-13
CONTINENTAL WESCONNET FURNITURE CO. Marines 9-15
VA-83N0.2 "n -16'h

:. INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS AMD Staff 5-19
Food Service 4-20

k. .Roosevelt 6479 Blvd.' 388-7676'! NearN.A.S.

Cecil Field will 'sponsor the
first annual Military Men's
Doubles Tournament on Nov. 28-
Tired 29 and Dec. 54. Prize list: First

30 percent of total prize fees,
second 15 percent of total prize

Make Your fees. Third position and further
HoIIduyR.srvatIops Of Being will be based on one prize for each
10 entries. Prize fees will be
,- EARLY! returned 100 percent.
( Eligibility: Must be a male
,'. .- No Cash Needed '- ,Retired ? member of the Armed Forces of
the U.S. or a retired male
member of the Armed Forces of
'r Iet Texaco Is seeking a qualified Individual having the U.S. Must show a valid ID
card. Must be a sanctioned
strong leadership and management experienceto ABC for 1970-71.Entries will close

t 1/2 4 '' : operate Texaco's local Retail Training Facility, at 2 p.m.Dec. 6 unless all squadsare

; j jFARE" date filled Tournament before'this Directors time and are

If interested In
you are challenging opportunitywith
John MacKinsoch,771-6001 or 771-
excellent Income potential, Texaco offers: 3211, Ext. 271; Mike Denno, 771-
3211, Ext. 865;i' or Ed McColskey

STANDBY COMPLETE TRAINING WITH PAY 353-5755.
ON THE JOB GUIDANCE Those who have not entered
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE basketball teams as yet can do so
a. _
ANY DAY OF by contacting 'Mac' McGuckin at

THE WEEK! ,t Contact! the Station Gym.
T, B. Alderson Days: 353.5736
_Y"IFIE
Texaco Inc. Evenings: 744-3979 F '

P. 0. Box 3702 Jacksonville, Fla. 32206

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minton 0 With young neighbors to Phone:781.3818RENTING
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help enjoy congenial only one block from 1 ? HOURS: .
eill AIRLINETICKET golf and an 'elementary school-with other Mon. Thru Sat.:8:30.6:30: : ; Sun. 1.6:30:

J schools, shopping centers and boating minutes t DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd.,
OFFICE away. You'can get to Cecil Field or the turn right on San Juan-Continue past
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown s Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
(JAMTQ) Jacksonville in 15. 0 Apartments have indi b -turn left to apartments.
a
3 Locations vidually controlled heating and air conditioning ABM
to Serve You
carpeting, draperies, and sliding glass
'. NAS JAX Bldg.. 13 Main Gate Ext. 2449 or 387-2811 door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can
: !t.;', HOURS: 0745 1700 Monday thru Friday move Furnished into a 1 or 2 bedroom. apartment today., vRLEN ,

I:',r-4.' NAS CECIL: Finance 0800.1500 Office, Phone 771-3211, Ext.,8122 unfurnished FROM115JACKSONVILLE .& WOOD

GAACE ,APARTMENTS ,
MAYPORT: Building 24, Phone 246.5427 i
0800 1600 Monday thru Friday IS *' ARLEN COUNTRYOwned


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1970
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I

Publisher! CLASSIFIED
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: Call:

JAX AIR NEWS I
Ads should be mailed not
NAS Jacksonville : for publication the

LATWINGER I arriving too late for this
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOF.FICE I : .
published the following
: publisher Is Instructed I'\.
: ..
I money order for the full
I received WITH the copy for :!
474 San Juan Avenue I
RATEt! Minimum charge ((3
Jacksonville Florida : ( ) :
Per additional line (4 words ;

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.' ,." 'n ....,-."'., :,..,,..,. "" "" CAMPER :
FOR SALE
',<; (
EMPLOYMENTSERVICE. "" ". ., .' ,. 8 Ft. PU Camper w-acks.| Sleeps 4, )
Stove 8 oven, Ice box, water supply. equity
$750. 264-6829;
map, ,
WIVES :
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS SEWINGIn or !
Jobflnders,' 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or my home. Call 7813190. ( 1
)1022 Park Street, 354.7883.WANTED .

WANTED SERVICEMANTo : : \,
drive to Norfolk around Nov. 10. Black
Teenage girl to help with general Call Mrs. Edith Maul at 772.9364 or ( ) / .
housework (NAS Qtrs.) 1.2 hrs., 3.5 3886157.
days a week, $1.00 an hr. Must have f.\:\
:
own transportation. 7718186.LEAVING : NEED RIDE lots. I
From Cedar River Dr. (|lust off San : r
THE SERVICE ,Juan) to Cecil Field. 5 days a week.
Talk over your post service em. 7:30: to 4. Ext.8162 Cecil Field or Home ;
ployment plans with someone who 3B4-U60.) 4 BR. ( ) ,
has been on both sides of the fence. and
LTC D. A. Bell (Ret.) Parker Career ,:
FOR SALE FURNITURE
Center 4415 Beach Blvd. 3987071.
Walnut End Tables $25, Cedar Chest
$15, Dinette Set $10. Call 264.6055 for High :
Information.! ( )

FBE: ::[: :!: : : : !:\\:\ 4922 i

Ilf.IiDljlj i11 3BR. (\

A RADIO OR.
TV ANNOUNCER I
Recorded message by leading an JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Il'l''j
nouncer tells you how. Call eny hour. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern : ''j
3552944. trailer and Apts. 389-3007 :: : ::: ::: : I(


NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS ) ( 1/
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea
players. At dealers cost to liquidate ( Mobile Home Park) '/. mile 2
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. North of NAS, lots and rentals. Near
schools and shopping center. Clean,' Apts. '
and reasonable rates, Manager on d'
premises. Children and pets welcome.
WE BUY& SELL 6301 Roosevelt3846264.. i''
Appliances & used furniture. Also
repair any make of home appliances. 2 BR l
Brook's Furniture i FOR RENT Air
and Appliance 12x50 trailer, $85. a month. Electric 8. 1 *
725.2441 10061 Atlantic Blvd gas Included. 9967 Bobby Rd. Jax 4'I; (
Heights. Tel. 7711545.FIVESBEDROOM. tax) \
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WASHER AND DRYER -
Fast and Installation. We .
repair
specialize 7812404. In home service.7812790.o'r Mobile Ridge wood Homes, near for Orange rent, real Park.clean.388. i :ii: l!: : : i. ::11:;]

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LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH

Wllfo d's Fish Camp.264.9707. lfl 1 ;I.lifili1; ; I"

GEORGE'S KENNELS
Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded.
Pick up & Delivery Available BEING TRANSFERRED j,
Grooming, Deflealng& Bathing. We buy equities .
Mastercharge & BankAmerfcard Louise T. Bailey '
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 771.3605 Broker {
Edgewood Crt, 3890064. I
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COIN-OP LAUNDRYDry _
cleaning & Alterations. 30 cents
wash 5 cents dry. '/. mile north NAS
In Yukon. Open 7 days a week. ,;


'FOR SALE _..Lf.,. ..,
Brand new couch & chair, end tables. !'
S75. Call 7813165.
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Transistorized AM-FM. FM Multiplex ,'
receiver, w-cabinet. 27 watts per ,
channel..Call evenings 2644589. Si


FOR SALE
"' Double bed with Innerspring mattress ?
?! AS1 Perrault. Ext. 3189, Bldg. 900.
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Surfboard, 7 ft.,5 in., made by Miller. S
Good Cpnd. $75. 264.6805 after 3:30: :
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!I. .Weymouth Visits FAW-11

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M Jax Rdm. Ralph Weymouth, Jacksonville, and Capt. W. J. then attended a session of the VP-
Commander: Fleet Air Wings Pressler Jr., commander Fleet 5 officers and their wives.At noon
,4, Atlantic, came to the air station Air Wing Eleven, for a brief he joined the FAW-11 chief petty
October 21 for a visit with Fleet discussion. He then delivered an officers for lunch at the CPO Club
Air Wing Eleven. informal presentation to the and voiced remarks emphasizingthe
It was perhaps his last appearance Fleet Air Wing Staff and CO's. key role that the chiefs havein
here in the capacity of Later in the day he talked to keeping our Navy viable and
ComFairWingsLant, as he will VP-5 officers at Hangar 1000 and progressive.
soon assume a three-star post at
R the Office of the Chief. of Naval Your favorite Uncle
Operations as Director Navy

Program Planning. asks to buy
In keeping with a busy you
schedule, RAdm.Weymouth met .JS
with RAdm.Lawrence Heyworth rvbR
U.S. Savings Bonds bAP a1 maow &
,
Jr. commander Fleet Air
,
WELCOME ABOARD. V. J, McCulley, wife ofNARTU'XOCdr.
f\ I Wilson McCulley,pins a corsage on Helen Tate, wife of the new Com-
manding Officer, Cpt. Hugh J. Tate TheNARTU Wives Club held a
f Let theWANT luncheon in Mrs.Tate's honor Oct.21 in the Officer's Club.


fl IL ADS Three Sergeants Win


(1:, .
-./\,";,,. Air Force Award

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:k.",.:, Jax.Three sergeants from the 679th Radar Squadronhere
" recently received the Air Force CommendationMedal
f. in a ceremony conducted by Maj. Kenneth P.

f. eJI :. .:Iii Trevebaugh, squadron commander.

JZ\hI SMSgt. Jesus Vega, ground
; \ / radar maintenance superin- received his medal in recognitionof
tendent, received the award for meritorious service as non
meritorious service as chief of commissioned oficer in charge of
\\c,. the ground Communications the Ground Air Transit
.
\ Electronics Meterological- Receive Site and the AN FST -
.
." Maintenance and as alternate 2B Data Digital Transmitter
Crypto custodian for the 859 Section, 785th Radar Squadron
Radar Squadron from May 16,, (SAGE) from July 6, 1967 to June
1967 to June 30, 1970. During this 11, 1970.
period his outstanding During that period, TSgt.
professional skill, knowledge and Humble's superior Managerial
d\ leadership aided immeasurablyin ability, versatility and sound
.. .r identifying and solving judgement increased the mission
l problem areas in all sections of readiness of all electronic
{ -- the Ground Communications equipment under his purview.His .
r"1 1"I Electronics Meterological dedication, technical skill
')t .. Maintenance complex. The and unwavering efforts to
\t distinctive accomplishments of achieve perfection were a major
. Sergeant Vega reflect credit upon contribution toward the successful -
: ; himself and the U. S. Air Force. accomplishment of the
unit mission.
', TSgt. Ronald L. Langston, a
TSgt. Humble has been
.
, to ground radio
repairman,
, assigned to the 679th Radar
received the CommendationMedal
'.,t; Squadron since July 1970 as a
for meritorious service
as
ground radio repairman.
. non-commissioned officer in
. \ charge of 'A' Ground .to Air

"<.I.I\ Transmitter Facility, 4751st Air Take Your Baby
.' .I Defense Squadron at Eglin Air
, .,1 Force Auxiliary Field 9, Fla.,
\ from Oct. 1, 1965 to Feb. 8, 1970. -. .
% The exceptional knowledge of the .
I'
$ \ principles outstanding of management electronics ability and to a SpecialistWE

\J1 1 t which he demonstrated during
that period contributed im- MAINTAIN IT
WITH LOVING CARE
i .measureably to the mission of the
squadron. TSgt. Langston has TOM BUSH Yolks wage*
RELAX-FIND WHAT YOU WANT been with tthe 679th Radar
Squadron since June 1970. ReqwuSquaw
b ,By Reading and Using the Want Ads
aA TSgt. James C. Humble 9850 Atlantic Blvd.SERVICEMEN.

Do you know of an easier way.to shop or sell? When you make.the --
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 repding USINESS
t the Classified Ads, then phone for an appointment to see the advertised YOUR 6
'. items. Want Ads do the work and quicklyl I IJ WANT

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''11' Copy:'Must Be Received By Tuesday Before Publication I '10607 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD PHONE 721.1544
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lax Marines Prepare

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For Anniversary BallJax


Still more hearty, hale military and public officials.
and capable than ever since 1775, Tickets and further in-
members of the U, S. Marine formation may be obtained by
Corps both locally and world calling Group Headquarters at
wide, will celebrate their 195th 772-3013 or 3014 Monday through
Anniversary Nov. 10. Friday between 7 a.m. and 4
Only minor details remained to p.m., or by visiting Headquarters
be completed by members of the here during working hours. 4tT: ( ; 4
Marine Aviation Training and
Support Group (MATSG) hereafter
''Lt. Cot Lee'D. Blanchard, Local Scout L ,,

MATSG commanding officer,
and Sgt. Maj. George E. Har Wins ContestJax i f ''e r Y u dj
bison, MATSG sergeant major, *;
visited with Jacksonville Mayor ... Seventeen-year-old ,P 4g@Ii4"
Hans Tanzler Oct. 20 and Eagle Scout Michael Elison,.son
presented him tickets for he and of Cdr. and Mrs. A. T. Elison of'
Mrs. Tanzler to be guests at the Oak Hill Park in Jacksonville,

MATSG combined officer and won the second phase of competition ,k S i y .4 d ,3 i vv
staff noncommissioned officer in the Readers' Digest +k 8 r'r' a nMtflw

ball.The Boy Scouts of America Speaking TICKETS TO THE BALL Lt.Col.. L. D. Blanchard,MATSG CO,presents tickets for the upcoming
mayor had earlier accepted Contest In Orlando earlier this Marine Corps Ball to Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tanzler as Sgt. Mal|. George E. Harbison observes of
an invitation to be guest month, and will now represent Ij:
speaker at the MATSG birthday Florida In the Southeast regional :' ;
festivities, which will include the competition In Atlanta today F A W-11 '''''I
Supports
reading of the Commandant of A member of Troop 304,
the Marine Corps' Birthday Michael became an Eagle,Scoutin rr4 ,
Message, the traditional and February He joined the scouts '
colorful cake cutting ceremony, and Troop 304 in November 1964. .
dinner and dancing until 2 a.m. When his family moved to p: Project Self Help
The Birthday Ball will be held Virginia Beach, Va. he organized ': i
at the National Guard Armory, Troop 420 there and became "' ".,' ; ,
6974 Wilson Blvd., Cedar Hills, patrol leader and senior patrol .. Jax Eight Fleet Air Wing ficer,who complimented the men
beginning at 7 p.m. Nov. 10. leader. Since rejoining Troop 304 'I'L Eleven personnel received on their fine craftsmanship and
Plans for birthday activities at after his family's return' to ." Letters of Appreciation Oct. 23 speed of accomplishment.The .
,MATSG beganabout,, two weeks Jacksonville, Mike has held \1 from Wing Commander Capt.
with letters of invitation .. eight volunteers were
ago positions as assistant patrol "'" J' William J. Pressler in
,ABH1 Pearl Fresh AN Thomas
being sent to active and retired leader, patrol leader, 'scribe, recognition of their successful ,
IN APPRECIATION.Retiring Hildebrand and ADJAN Robert
officers and staff non instructor, senior patrol leader volunteer effort in converting two
to the Fleet Reserve after a 20- Shirey of VP-5 Project Coordinator -
commissioned officers in the and is ''presently the junior rooms in the Senior BOQ into a ;
year Navy career, HM2 Gerld T. Lt. John Heaton and
area. assistant scoutmaster. Fleet Air Wing Eleven visitors
Jenkins at the NAS Hospital ,CYNSN Charles Vaughn from the
Among the invited guests are Mike is a senior at Bishop suite.
receives a letter of appreciationfrom FAW-11 staff; AN John Hatton
RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., Kenny Catholic High School in
hospital commanding of. and AA Samuel Anderson of VP-
commander Fleet,. Air Jacksonville and is treasurer of Tools and materials for the job
ficer Capt. C. ''W. Lewis Jr. 16 and AEAN Lauris Cripple of
Jacksonville, Capt. John R. Interact Club and works on the were provided by the air station. ;
Jenkins and his wife Melba planto VP-45.
Kincaid, NAS Commanding of. Annual staff He is active in retire In the Jacksonville For the most part, the work
ficer; Capt. John E. Kennedy, Sacred Heart parish, serving as have six children. area. consisted of paneling, paintingand The use of'self help'to improve
NATTC commanding officer, and lector and usher, and is Chief'''of They' trimwork. The professional living conditions at Navy shore
other distinguished retired Oglala Chapter, Echokotee appearance of the finished rooms installations, was recently im
Lodge,200,Order of the Arrow, W Radio''' Students drew praise from Capt.John R. plemented by .the Chief of Naval
WW. Kincaid, NAS commanding of.. Operations.gnad i
Mike'sbrothers, who follow his ii i
Slate
NAVY scouting example, are Star Scout MeetingJax -,
Eric, Second Class David and
.
new Scout member Greg. His Capitol Radio
serving In Engineering students will hold a
father, presently
filllY@ Vietnam, is a former Life Scout. .meeting Tuesday at the Mayport 4
Fleet Reserve Association No., _
290 on Mayport Rd.The event will
1' ffM91'mOS( commence at 7 p.m. with a social
INSURANCE, '* hour Free refreshments will be rl11186B711r

;; ;i I served.
All CREI students are invited to
I ,e attend the affair.. For furtherinformation

call Chief Gus burrowing
Duliakas or AEI Stan Ulkoski at
Ext. 2570.

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$16 MONTH at Sheraton "tNFff.Whatever "!


19.24 your money need, if it's, ,Important to I ;

Married you, it's important to us And we'll provide help

on ll ndS.Stay promptly on your choice of convenient repayment 1

terms. Every year hundreds of thousandsof

at the Sheraton-Jacksonville service people borrow with confidence from '

Hotelat" 'Vz the regular rate on Friday, HFC. Call or come in today.

Saturday and Sunday nights. .. .,,. . ... .. ...' ... ......* .

Need up to 600? '

You don't have to'be In uniform. All. ",,,' .. ... .. .... .. .. .. .f.. .. ';
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you need is your I ID.

Next time you get a weekend pass, HOUSEHOLD FINANCE

ROBERT unwind in style at the Sheraton- b

TRAVIS Jacksonville. 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683?
.* Reservations r
are accepted on a
'Standby Basis' and Cedar Hills Shopping Center
only are subject to
AGENCY space availability, at the time of check.it.fS' 3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190

389-3483 1I EDGEWOOD in.SheratonJacksHiviIleHktel. 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 .,
W.OF ROOSEVELT !

M)ROOSEVELT Penman Plaza Shopping Center .
388-3583 AT NAS GULF LIFE ClNTER 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421
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Job OpeningsJax r NAS Blood BankJax

Civilian employees of
NAS NARF COMFAIRJAX -More than 100 employees E. Hilla, B. L. VincenUP. E.
FAETULANT Det. Jax., Navy responded to the latest call for Martin, R. V, Geiger, A. S. Boyd,
Commissary Stores, Naval donors to the NAS Civil Service H. L. Young, F, Schum, B. L.
1\\ Hospital, Navy Recruiting Blood Account which furnishes Vincent, P. E. Martin, R. V.
Station, Disease Vector Control blood without charge for em- Geiger, A. S. Boyd, H. L. Young,
Center, Regional Storage ployees, and their dependents. F. Schum, D. F. Field, W P.
Management Office, Fleet The Rework Facility had 68 Barrett, C. R. McDaniel, J, R.
Weather Facility, FICEUR, volunteers to this life-saving Bishop, C. P. Crouch, H. C.
Navy Finance Office, Regional program. Church, R. C. Lewis, H. I.
Office of Civilian Manpower The NARF donors were Capt.D. Duncan, D. M. Aldridge, R. F,
Management and the Defense H. Heile, J, E. Pace, T M Faccenda, G. Willis, J, Dias, B.
S Surplus Sales Office should check Brown, J. F Teske, H. J, L. Allen and A. Pink
the bulletin boards in their work Stevens, L. Jennings, W. D The NAS donors were: 0.
areas for job openings now Webb, J, I. Ihler, J, D. Davis, R. Russell,C. H.Miller,A. N Cerra,
IJ available. L. Wetherill, A. E. Dobek, R. P, C. A. Crews, G D. Presson, G. C.
There are new openings for : :, Kuhman, L. L. Heck, W. J, Senart, L. Boree, F E. Tew Jr.,
heavy duty equipment mechanic, / :','f;"''fl''JIIrt.'fI1I'I'; <" f' ,, j ) Fritsch, F, R. Gradner, P P. N F. Rogers,R V. Hartley, F E.
MPB 113.70, open continuously; \ : : ";:@, 4s.( Harkins, 'I. V. Henderson, J. P, Huey, W M. Washaliski, L. V

aircraft engine worker,MPB 114- (; j'r"'ot...:,<<":{;,"lI..t.'>.r'.UJ, ,!. I6jjtt:'i/ < Sullivan, A. Breda, A. B. Clifton, LaGrande, E, C, Harris, A, L.
70, open continuously; aircraft 'i' ," '."'!J. ,<> M.D. Blake,J.R. Ivey, Jr., A. M. Daymude, J. T. Fieselman, A.
engine mechanic (fuel systems), -, Sirkel, H. S. Shafer, P. B. Clark, Jones, R. M McKenney, E.
MPB 15-70, open continuously; S R. F Melton,,G. P Helfrich, H. Futch,D. S. Vann, G. S, Edwards
aircraft engine mechanic (test) 6 Lsiwlrn a G.. Morris, R. E. Wilson, R. A. Jr., G D. Sullivan, L. E. Hayes
MPB 116.70, open continuously; COMPETENCY AWRD William F. Priest, a retired Navy chief Wittnauer, J, L. Sockwell Jr., J, Jr., M. W. Mattingley, E. E.
aircraft production controller, boilerman who now works for the NAS Public Works Department, A. Byrd, R. J. Brinson, D. P, Sutherland, M. C, Fahnestock, A.
GS-1152.8, MPB 117-70, open receives a certificate of competency from Capt. R. T. Hardy, public Hitchcock, R. L. Antonucci, R. J, W. Johns and C. K. Neal.
continuously; inspector (heavy works officer, for completing a course on the technical aspects of Kemen,J,A.Johnston,C. Bazzie, J, H. Geralds of the Navy
duty equipment repair) MPB 118- boiler design and Inspection. Priest Is now a certified boiler inspector. C, H. Sunstrom, J. A. Wiggins, A. Finance Office also contributed.
70, open continuously; inspectorfor
automotive repair, MPB 199-
70, open continuously; budget Cost Team Visits NarfJax Government Personnel Mutual

analyst, GS-560-7, MPB 120-70,

.. closes Nov. 9; progressman -A significant study of the cost center managers are being Life Insurance Company'specialists
I (aircraft metalsmith and air-
Naval Air Rework Facility hereis reviewed.The .
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By Marcia Batchelor

Summer is over and the hot the torpedo boats was to attack
weather is gone. It is time to enemy shipping. But they servedin
start new projects and cultivatenew other ways, too. They raided
interests. Put on your list of harbors, dropped secret agentson
things-to-do one of the following beaches, transported troops
books They can be found in the and supplies, and gave cover-fire
NAS, NATTC, USNH and Cecil during beach landings. They
Field libraries were limited in range by their
The eminent historian, A.J.P. high fuel consumption and
Taylor has written a new, thin, inability to take heavy seas. By
little book entitled 'War by Timetable trial and error these craft were
; How TheFirst World War found to be most succesful when
Began.' This is an astute but used in co-operation with other
general discussion of all the forces. 'The Battle'of the Torpedo
V a pressures and quarrels, among Boats' could not list every
the six great powers in Europe at ,operation, but it does cover the
the beginning of the 20th Century three geopgraphical areas in
kt through the onslaught of World which the 'little ships' were used
War I.The. prominently: the east and south ,, ,
strategists of most of the coasts of Britain, the
a J major powers had little or no Mediterranean, and the Pacific
fighting experience. Each and Far East.
WINS A BRONZE STAR.Mal| J. A. Lavin Marine Barracks
commanding officer, presents FirstLt. country's staff officers believed An interesting switch on the
.,,Ronald with the Bronze Star Medal as Mrs. Ronald looks on _w that mobilization by an elaborate Women's Liberation Movementis

timetable was the only means of a large, fascinating book called
defense. These plans did ,not 'Antique Collecting for Men' ,by
Marine Earns Bronze Star allow for political conditions or L.HJiertz Definitions and pricesare
consequences. Except in Austria- spelled out by the author.
Hungary and Russia,
'mobilization meant war,' These NIa
For Combat AchievementsJax two countries allowed the
commanders to decide what to do
after mobilization had been
nlOuanqIufI
First Lt. Jeffrey T. His award citation reads in 'His enthusiasm and keen senseof completed. .
I Ronald Of the Marine Barracks part: 'Participating in several responsibility were continually There are other generalities in
here was presented the Bronze major combat operations, including apparent as he worked tirelesslyand this small volume that make that
Star Medal Oct. 22 during a Operation Oklahoma with meticulous attention to war ,sound easy, inevitable The $ ( ;/
ceremony conducted by Maj. J, Hills, he repeatedly distinguished detail, expeditiously completingall book has many photographs and
A, Lavin, Marine Barracks, himself by his courage and assigned tasks and con political cartoons from that era
commanding officer composureunder fire. Constantly sistently providing his unit with a which beautifully illustrateTaylor's 5821 San Juan at Niblick
Lt Ronald earned the award concerned for the combat significant contribution toward points Phone 384.4406
while serving as platoon com readiness of his men, he the accomplishment of its The more recent Second World
mander with Company, L, Third established an excellent training mission.' War has its new histories, too, I 1, 2'and 3 BEDROOMS
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Particularly noteworthy were
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Nam Province. Upon hearing l YIM8fR IS JUST i AaOUHi THE CORNER
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jjj movement in a tree line on his
flank, 1st Lt. Ronald, utlizing
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Jax Francis Kalinowski sailed Kalinowski added two Sunday aboardA Thistle. Labry scored a
his Hobie Cat 14 to five first place wins to his three Saturday pair of first place and a second
wins in the annual Navy Day victories before winds that were place win to take the open

1, Regatta here over the weekend to light in the morning, but stiffenedto division competition. HOME A WINNER .. Steve ,Bowes of Jacksonville maneuvers his
I take overall high point honors in 10-15() knots before the af Noble Engle was second in the Day Salkr across the finish line to win Sunday's fifth racer
the annual event that drew 65 ternoon starts in keeping pace open races aboard a Windmill,
boats and crews from throughout with Rhodes' performance and Lowell Prieisler pushed his
the Southeast to test their boats aboard a Rhodes Bantam. Flying Dutchman to a third place
against the winds on the historic Rhoades finished with five first finish after two days of racing.A .
I, north*flowing Johns River place finishes over the 3.8 mile
,\ It wasn't without a 'bit of luck' rectangle layout off the air surprise in the Daysaller
k that Kalinowski took the trophy station's sailing club aboard his class was Jacksonville resident
,c, back to Orlando with him He and 14-foot Bantam to force the Frank Schum, who took first
,\\1+ Navy Jax Sail Club Rhodes overall first place tie. He won the place after only five months of ,
1'I, Bantam skipper I Dusty Rhoades Bantam class trophy and the Daysailer competition. Schum _
"" ( had deadlocked for overall High Military Trophy for the two turned to a Daysailer in August
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+ ''S i down header Kailnowskl won the Third place in overall stan- C canoe sailing championship
: 't flip and the trophy. dings went to Bobby Labryll Steve Bowes of Fleet 46 finished
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Rick Dillen of Navy Jax Sail Club
was third.

Bobs Oak Hill In the Snipes class, Stephen
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9 fi CLIPPINGS' -" PPPIIPIiPPIIWPPH M ComFair, Picks Up a Pair




LAST WEEK In American Grid Circuit .." ,
8 RIG liT WRONG
SEASON DV P 31)1)I, M a hi Ia
77.0..PERCENT. .--- ... Jax .. Fleet Air Jacksonville's intramural grid squad continued to look im-
pressive with a pair of wins to keep atop of the American League this week, while

The over in the National League, loop leader Marine Barracks dropped a game to

stood Fighting tall this Illini past of weekend Illinois to that the Brent Tech Cunningham is the key Hospital, and second place NARTU failed to jump up to a tie by drooping a game;
-
offense. Last he -
when they backed head CoachJim set individual game records year to a weaker VW 4 squad

Valek The Illini, 2-4 on the against Duke If the Blue Devilscan The Hurricane Hunters
season are second to none when it contain Cunningham, and shocked the training squadron : \\\\{ \\\\\\\\[\\\\\\\\\\\\ \ \\\\\\\ \' .
comes to class The ad- provide QB Hart with squad 14-8 on Jackie Mole and

ministration should spend some protection, it will be happy adequate days Autry Wilson touchdowns Marve NAVY:: iIEg\\\\t\\\\\\\\I\\\\\\\\\\\\I\\\\\\\\\\
time around the practice field, for the folks up in Durham. The Zuekl had scored for NARTU in \ t1 :i

maybe some of it would rub off on guess here i is Jackets by 5, but the first half in a game that was '\ ,
them Regardless of what hap- don't see Harts co. short. tied 8-8 at the intermission.
pens in their next 4 games, this NARTU failed to put together its
team will be remembered NORTHWESTERNATOJIIOSTATE once powerful offense during the Lucius Boddie grabbed an aerial Marines came through to win a
second half as the Hunters scored TD in Air Ops' losing effort. close one

SOUTH CAROLINAAT their winning TD. ComFair 20, Comm 0: Dennis V-203 6, MATSG 6: VA-203.
In other games this week: McLaughlin scored twice and picked up its second win of the
Everyone connected with
GEORGIAThe the Eric Saunders added the third week in stopping the Marine
Bucks, is looking ahead to the
Michigan had better Air Ops 8, FICEUR 0: Ficeur ComFair TD I as the squad support group behind another
Bulldogs seem to have game. Ty failed American League leaders improved Mike Sokol score.
in its bid for a winning
look and listen this
things organized and should be stop, week
a The Wildcats of Northwesternare record ((5.6)) after Lucius Boddie their record to 102. Hospital 8, Marine Barracks 0:
steady their schedule.team through Mike the rest of unbeaten in Big Ten play and grabbed a six-point aerial late in ComFair should be in the top Pat Williams scored a touchdown "
much QB better Cavan is have Improved every week. They the second half Air Ops ( 3.8 on shape as the te looks forward to in the first half, and Dave Kniep
defense playing continues to, and the will test the Bucks and an upset the campaign) grabbed a 2-0( leadat the intramural playoffs. added a safety in the final framein

South Carolina has yet to impress.play to would not be out of the question. the half on a Rudolph March Marine Barracks 6, FICEUR 0: leading the Hospital staffers to
safety Dependable Roger Dunlap scored anupsetwinoverpowerfulMarineBarracks.
Ohio State was pressed last week
form and looked bad
losing to
,
late in the final .
and the VA-203 Communications 8: quarter as the
passed test. The dif
FSU last week in Columbia Thisis
ference this week will be OhioState's Mike Sokol scored a touchdown in l ,
a non-conference and is
game both the first and second halvesin
also the televised game of the great depth, Northwestern's -
leading the attack squadron to
week Dooley's 'Dogs at home only real short-
the win and bringing the squad'sAmerican
coming.Aninteresting game, and
look 9 points better HUNTINGBEST
League race. Bill
the Buck's prestige will "o up .
after Houston scored a second half TD
beating Northwestern.
AUBURN AT FLORIDAThe in the loss.

War Eagles shot downin OREGON STATE
got VW32, MARTD 6t% The
their back yard last week ATSTANFORDThis
own Hunters came on like gang for
so this is a re-bound game for busters as Bob Dombroski scoreda .
should be the last hurdle
asl stated last week LSU and
pair of touchdowns and Martin
,
for the Indian's Rose Bowl tripInorder
Auburn are two muscle teams, Brigman, Don Fleming and Dave the
to win conference cham
LSU out-muscled their
simply Steen each added another Ty
pionships and Bowl trips, a team
Florida met and lost
opponent. Hunters warmed up by scoringthe
must win the close
to the second quality team it has games. Marines for 14 points in the
Stanford did that
just against
played this season. They face first half MARTD's lone TD was
another such team in Auburn and UCLA, winning 9-7. Oregon State scored by Bill Williams 4 ,,.
has a better than usual team this
don't have the muscle to
they
NARTU 14, AlrOps 6:
duplicate LSU's feat. War Eagles year and is shooting for the upper NARTU looked more like
of the
division Pacific 8. Ty
' by 11. in
NARTU behind
winning the
Bavers will test the Plunkett led
Indian's and the fans who attend two touchdowns performance of
DARTMOUTH AT YALE Bill Borries. The training 'unit
this one will see an explosive ball
defense looked
Stanford hasn't been this impressive as
Two undefeated teams will game. Frank Day scored a safety
play this one for the Ivy League close to the Roses inyears.Idon'tthink
championship. Both teams have they will blow their Chance USED CAR BUY!

excellent balance, and on paperare this year Indian's by 12 Football Practice
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score many points and both and Arizona will be in hot earning a berth on the varsity CHEVROLETOLDSMOBILEin
teams have stingy defenses.These water against the Air Force. touch ,football squad can tryout ROBERTS

two teams are head up and Arkansas moving on toward each evening from 6:30: on at Green Cove Springs
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How They're StandingBowling


Ping Pong


American League NATTC (c) 7.1 .875
Flyers 6.1 .875
R's Raiders 26-6 .813 Zeners 6-1 .857
*k
e KingPins 21.11 .656 Zephyrs 6-2 .750
s '; r> I t ta < M's Marauders 20-12 .625 NARTU 5-2 .714
tf' : 1r qt Gold 19-3 .594 679th 5-2 .714
: : Officers 16-12 .571 MATSG 3-4 .429
t, > R Bean Burners 161h.151h .515 Slammers 3-5 .375
Head Pins 14-14 .500 VP-5 2-4 .429
Gunho 16-16 .500 NARTU 2-5 .286
; Afees No. 2 14-18 .438 I
E-Zephyrs 13-19 .400
Hand Ball
Continental League
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Trainers 21.11 .656 NARTU 4-1 .800
MARTD No. 1 18-10 .643 AirOps 2-2 .500
CPOs 20-12 .625 MARTD 1-3 .250
Chokers 17-10 .621 VW-4 1-3 .250
: Chiefs 18-14 .563 MarBar 0-4 --
Hunters 17.15 .531
r Quaks 17-15 .531 ',',I
)I NFO 15-17 .469 GolfAmerican ','(,d''
Tars 13-15 .464 ,

KICK WAY VA 174's Ron Keeier ((61)) flerct rush VA43
-- put a on punter Jim Hickman during the Atlantic League League
opening quarter of Monday's Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville touch football tournament VA-174
went on to win 466.Hellrazors. Good Ie Bad 22-10 .688 NARF 5-2 :,714
22-10 VP-45 6-3 .667
Alley Cats .688
20-12 VW-4 4%-2/ .667
Tame Engineers .625 t
Rampagers Caduceus 4-3
Fogy Five 191,2-12Y.t ..606PinBenden .571
It-13 .5M MARTD 4-3 .571
Bee'. 18-13% .57' NATTC 334.3.510

46-6 in ComFair Grid PlayJax Third TorpTunen Framers 15-17 16-16 .469.500 NARTU 2-5 2-4 3-4 ..333.429FAW11

... Blue 14-18 .431 Hospital .284
Hellrazors of VA-174 The Hellrazor quarterbackmoved the final quarter ,Round Five 13Y.t.18Y.t .424 MATSG 2-6 .250

raised a little bit of it Monday on his squad 58 yards in 6 In the other Monday game, The National 1 League
their way to a 46-6 win over VA83in plays to grab the lead after three Hurricane Hunters of Jax based National League
the opening game of the minutes into the first quarter. VW-4 edge by Cecil's VA-45 26-, FICEUR 6-1 .857
Commander Fleet Air Worsham tossed TD aerials to 22. Hunter,scores were creditedto Blue 25-7 .781 VP-45 6-3 .667
Jacksonville touch football Gary Johnson, Ken Owens, Jack Don Flemming, John Colemanand 679th 21-7 .750 A-C Maint. 5-3 .625
tournament being played here. Lyons, Ron Keezer and scored Bob Dombroski,. who earneda MARTD No.2 15-7 .682 Supply 4-2 ,667
The pre-tournament favorite another himself in sparking the pair. GEM 20-12 .625 AETU 31h.21h 571
warmed up by Jumping off to a 24- VA-174 win. Dick August notched a pair of Radar 17 17-15 .531 679th 4-3 '.571
0 halftime lead behind the pin- The Rampagers lone TD was TDs and Chuck Kennan added AOMD 17-15 .531 Weapons 3-4 .429
point passes of Ron Worsham. chalked up by Jim Hickman in another in VA-45's losing effort Legal 16Y.t.151h .515 Comm .333
Faid Fold 16-16 .500 a5 ,
Admin I ::;:
Uncles 151h.161/2 .485 Air Ops 0-5 _::
' FlapJax 14-18 .438

Varsity Volleyball

Football Volleyball players with varsity
potential are invited to call the
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athletic office at Ext. 3239 for
American League information on team tryouts and
'
'Jj practice.
ComFair 10-2 .833
VP-45 8-4 .667

j I S A-203 MATSG 6-6 6-5 .500.545 Navy W/v.s

879th 4-8 .333 We cffer TEMPORARY
Comm 4-8 .333 EMPLOYMENTI

VP-5 2-9 .181 Secretarial t Clerical'
A 0 Accounting .Miscellaneous
National League
No Feeil Work WHERE and WHEN
MarBar 8-2 .800 you like, I' many hour I' you Ilkt

NARTU 8-3 .7'l1 ,.o11 CALL
Hospital 7-5 .583
354.2057
Ficeur 5-6 .455 lETS;
MARTD 4.7 .364 ': I..<; 'Employment
1 Ir VW-4 3-7 .300 Temporary Service Inc.
Air Opt 3-8 'l13


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RACES TONjGHT at 8 1 Ith AND 12th 246.1246 Phone,384-5584 or 5585
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CORNELL COLUMBIA ,
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TEXAS TECHGEORGIA RICE.. "f
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Chief Thornton ','

TECH __ DUKE NICE GRAB tot Duncan of YA-174 ethers a ttyard I.rlilin I
Cecil CPO front of deep safety,Scott C.anlln the closing minutes of the first half

TUSKEGEEDARTMOUTH. FLORIDA A & M .. __ of Monday's VA074 VA-83 game In Com Fair Jax tournament action.

Tops GridGuessers ". I"
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CALIFORNIA,.._,.,,......,._ SOUTHERN CAL..._....... : + MHHHIIIIHHHIimNNIINHIMWIIUINNIMIMHWHIWPAUL/' "'
MOORE .
Pros Piano,Vocals and Comedy .',"
Jax AMSC R. Thornton of
thru
4 Monday Saturday
Cecil Field's Aircraft Main OAKLAND KANSAS CITY._...._. E
tenance Department took the top 'SUNNY'Country
in the weekly Jax Air News 'n Western;
spot Latwinger grid contest with a 8-2 MINNESOTA ..__.,._...DETROIT ;1 i 4 .M < Every NightMNMINh1NNNNNNNNNIIIN1NINMNNNNNNNNNNN'
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mark. __.M> .
Chief Thornton edged out two SPECIAL MATES
4* Aft per person
other Cecilites and a pair of NAS (Tie breaker: Predict final score between Oregon and FOR SERVICEMEN $ double occupancy
Jax contestants for the top honor Washington. Indicate winners in other games by a checkmark Entertainment nltely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Blitr's Seafood
by virtue of his 28-17 guess on the Restaurant, 250 ,
Beautiful
Rooms with TV Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
Alabama Houston tie breaker.He Ballot boxes are located In Galley One and the Swlipmlnj Pool, Free Undercover Parking
joins the list of other weekly Main Exchange at NAS Jax and Cecil Field. Also
winners who will win a handsome ballots may be turned In at the Jax Air News and I.i '
trophy from the Holt Publishing Latwinger offices. Ballots must be turned In by noon ) L
Company and a chance for the .
title as this year's king pigskin Friday. ', MOTOR HOTEL
prognosticator. 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744
Other 8-2 marks at Cecil were Want Ads Pay Within walking distance to all points of interest.
turned in by AZ2 D. L. Bowersox
of AMD, and AEAN C.J.Oglesbyof
V-174. Jax 8-2 ballots were --
recorded by J. Coleman a YN1 at
VW-4, who previously won lie( CHEVYTOWN LEADER!!
contest and A01 D. A. Gallups of
the NATTC's AO School, who
came closest to Thornton's rir rr .l' ,ri..
winning ballot with a 30-14 guesson
the tie breaker. 70 IMPALA 3295
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Jax HoursDISPENSARY // 4./ On CUSTOM COUPE '350' V-8,
% ,,. Auto trans., Factory aIr,
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B Cassa f .. Power steering, Power
Bldg. 8, ;/ brakes, Vinyl top and Ins
Medical and Dental (topsidesickcall ) i $' ., tenor, R&H, WWT.
hours are 8 tog a.m.and 1 to 2 irI/// ; rl'i /lr ////4/
p.m. Monday through Friday

Emergencies NAS POST OFFICE any time., Bldg.Ext. 2423.920, 70 IMPALA $3095 70 CHEVY II 2695

8:30: to 4:30: Monday through

Friday. Ext. 3495. SPORT SEDAN '350' V-8, NOVA DOOR "'307' V-8, .
STATION NURSERY, Bldg. Auto. trans., Factory air, Auto. trans, Factory air, "
560, open Monday, Tuesday, Power steering, R&H, Power steering, R&H,
Wednesday, and Friday from tf/ WWT. WWT,
6:45: a.m. to 6:30: p.m. Thursdayuntil
8:30: p.m. Saturday from 7
a.m. to midnight, and the first

and third Wednesdays of each 70 CHEVY II '2095NOVA 69 PONTIAC '2395
month from 6:45: to 11 p.m. For
further information phone Ext.
3880 or city number 389-1732. 4.000R'6-Cyllnder. a FIREBIRD 2.DOOR
I Auto trans., R&H, WWT '. HARDTOP V-8, Auto.
Classic white exterior trans., Power steering,
HospitalMilitary Vinyl top R&H, WWT

Sick Call Hours:
Emergency Room 8 a.m. and 1

p.m.Dependents Monday Sick through Call Friday.:Saturday 69 MALIBU 2295 69 FORD FAIRLANE 2295

and Sunday in General Practiceand
Emergency Room. SPORT. COUPE '301' V-8, 2-DOOR HARDTOP V-8,
through Auto. trans., Power Auto. trans, Factory 'air,
Clinic Hours: Monday steering Vinyl top, R&H, Power> steering, vinyl
Friday. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. by appointment WWT, :"oJ+ s top, R&H, WWT..
General Practice
Clinic 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Appointment Desk: Monday ire,
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Pediatrics Call extension, Orthopedics 2281, Der for 68_MALIBU Station Wagon 2095 THE B G '

matology and Surgery.Ext. .
2283 for General Practice, V-8 'Auto, trans, Factory :P;
and Power'' R&H,
air
Internal Medicine, Urology .. WWT steering CD. 'II.
Family Practice. r "fJf;
Ext.2285forOBGYNEENT,

and personnel Ext.Neuropsychiatric 2967 and for dependents Active(retired only Duty) J550 CASSA AVE J.e1{ WI/ '"...:

Personnel in Neuropsychiatric PHONE 3843471r.
Clinic: Call 2287 to cancel an f'J.

appointment. .0

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