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Creation Date: November 5, 1970
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VOl.. 28 NO. 33 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 5, 1970 ,

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re, Benefits Council Meets :;: 1



To Improve Navy Services ;J


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Jax Returning to bi-weekly'pay. long hours of waiting at the Hospital per- .
sonalappearance. additional housing and improved personal services were :

among the topics discussed at the first local Naval Services and Benefits Council )

meeting here.Eightythree --- --- -_ __

representatives Grams. Small staffs are makingthe housing program. lie said while
1'r from NAS Jacksonville and Cecil goal difficult, but solutions the station hopes to receive the k''
Field commands gathered here such as an appointment system in full 300 units,' at least 200 are
; last week in 'a move that may various offices are,,being studied, expected. Another program ''I
have a long ''range effect', on according to the captain. being studied is to have Seabees +
helping to pass the word on what On''pay, Cdr. L. K. Weber of build 35 on-station trailer parking 1
services are available to local' FAW-11, suggested going back to pads ;
Navymen and their families.The the biweekly: pay schedule In Personal appearance stan- $
council'will' also attempt to' improve order to have pay days coincide dards brought mixed reactions 'I
: the whole ,spectrum of with'' extended exchange and by command representatives. ;.
personal services through a commissary hours..Capt. Kincaid Some thought that a' stronger J
; Coordinated.effort at all levels of took the proposal for action.: dress code is needed,while others Ii
command Turning to medical care, Cdr, felt the current trend toward ,
RAdm. ''Lawrence' Heyworth Weber said that the two maincomplaints more relaxed regulations is 1;'
: Jr;,, commander Fleet: Air about 'services at helping 'to improve morale and
I ft Jacksonville, was chairman of the Hospital are the time spent further, the image of naval service -
II ,the :meeting,..:which, saw local waiting in ''the general practice among younger Navymen. 'if;
i Keith Garrttt lashes a winning' grin to photographers as he boards tht 'personnel voice a number 'of clinic and the length of time to Among other, topics discussed : '
It plane that will take him to the Shrine Burn Hospital In.Texas. question, and' complaints about have prescriptions filled. Capt; by1' representatives of NAS )'

Navy, Shriners .Assist' services. and: facilities. Capt. R. R. Gillespi Jr;, acting com Jacksonville.NAS Cecil Field and :(,
t. .. John' R., Kincaid commanding manding officer of the Hospital, tenant''commands were: I
I said the staff is well of the
officer of NAS Jacksonville, aware More self-help programs. A
'served as moderator:' for' the problems, and' that a current SeaBee detachment to be y
Young Burn VictimtaJFexas initial council meeting, which shortage' of manpower, is' the established here next month is
will be held semi-annually for the reason .for longer waiting expected to give ,this program a
I 'two local air stations. periods.In boost
the'area 'of housing, Capt. -, Additional emphasis on
i t M :4 irlittgd'/l The meeting included a:seriesof Kincaid said ,NAS Jax Is, liability needs to ,improve the
:* : .: ..,: ,. '. |presentations' spokesmen programmed to receive 300 on.
for Navy Relief; Navy Exchange,, '' '
base housing units In:the FY 72 (Continued on page 2))
JaxA year old boy who suffered burns covering 40 per cent Commissary Stores, Jax .Navy
f! of his body is now receiving the most expert medical care available Federal Credit Union and the
. due to the actions of Navy personnel attached to the Fleet weather local Law Center.The spokesmen Mad Foxes Grab Brushes
, Facility here. cleared up a number of common ,

f:' Jack Keith is a Garrett civilian,employee whose father at the town. Keith's recovery is still misconceptions that can about and cannot the services be Spruce Up Navy ReliefMilitary !i
provided by those facilities ,
:; Weather Facility, received the many .months away, but it is J
burns three months ,ago in an anticipated: that eventually he Discussing personal services, )
;: accident involving a toy engine. will once again run and play like Capt.,,Kincaid said he is looking Jax-The Navy Relief Society, rescue. i..
: The family was living, in Annapolis other boys,and lead a normal life forward to being able to provide whose'mission is to aid Navypersonnel Armed with brushes, rollers 1 :;.
t' Md. when' the tragedy because Navy personnel service within 15 minutes as ,, recently made a call and paint, the volunteers took on ,t
, ,' occurred and was forced to move recognized a need and worked recommended by the Chief of for help, and the Mad,Foxes of the task of giving the somewhat ; " to Jacksonville Oct. 25 because of together to solve the ,problem. Naval Operations in one of his.Z- Patrol Squadron Five came to the dingy Navy Relief offices a much I
i.} a job change. needed face lifting. Retired Capt. ;
i\ When LCdr. G.L Struck of the Sherman Wright, local ''Navy I'
;\; Fleet Weather Meterological and Wife of Year Relief Chairman, had tried for j
1, Oceanographic Division learned some time,'. but with no success,
'l of Keith's condition.he initiated a to get the building painted j
(.' chain of action which, in less than through official channels. Then
90 minutes, secured a bed for Marian Thomas, Navy Relief
f Keith at the Shrines Burn Hunt Begins WorldwideBe schedules chairwoman and
Hospital In Galveston, Tex. The 'volunteer, came up with the idea ''':.r
':' boy was flown there on a com that since Navy Relief aids Navy 1 '
mercial airline Oct. 28 accompanied personnel, perhaps, a few Navy
by his mother, Mrs. Jax -The hunt is on locally for nominations for poised and sufficiently articulate to be ableto people ''could be rounded up to ,:
Martha Garrett. the Military Wife of the Year, an honor that brings tell her story,.and the American'Military Com- lend a hand to Navy Relief
From the burns received, national recognition and a three week personal. munity's story, to U.S. television audiences and the The idea caught on, and 11 Mad !/"IK
Keith's legs are so severely appearance tour across the United States.. national.press. Foxes responded to the call,
. damaged that they are doubled 'A Navy Wife of the Year will be named in Wives of Navymen attached to units whose chain including Cdr. R.T. Thomas, J
i up behind him. The Shrine February, and the finals, with a wife competingfrom of command is through Commander Fleet Air, VP-5 commanding officer, ,his j w
Hospital will attempt to each of the armed''services, will be held'In Jacksonville and Commander Naval Air Force, U. wife Marian, I Jim and Sally
redevelop the use of the and leg Washington. D. C. in May. Army wives have twice S. Atlantic, may be nominated under a COM- McNulla, Ed and Fran Kaimer, j
muscles through surgery won the contest, while the Marines and Air Force NAVAIRLANT program. Navy wives whose Jim and Nancy Swift, Pat
extensive treatment at no ex have each had one wife selected for the honor.. husbands work with commands reporting to the Gosling, Lola Barker.and Barrie .r
( pense to the family. However, ,Commandant, Sixth Naval District, may be Vidrine.
during the 11'weeks that ,Keith The competition is sponsored annually by Stokely conducted
\" stayed in the Annapolis hospital, Van Camp, Inc., and is produced by Harrell In- nominated ComFalrJax under a program in his being The volunteers donated, five
t :', bills accumulated which' total ternational, Inc., ,a world wide 'marketing locally by Sub-Area 'B'. capacity as area and half hours of their weekend to
coordinator,
: ,'. ., approximately $11,000. The organization. the painting effort and succeededin
;. -.:-' Garretts ,have no immediate The method of determining winners at the various completing about 75 per cent of
. r' means of covering these' bills According to the Harrell company, candidatesmust levels 'of competition is left to individual com the chore. A large receptionroom
f f because their insurance policy be wives of active duty Navymen and should mands although the formation of Judging panels by is still in need of a new coat !'
lapsed just three days prior to meet these qualifications:: presidents of local wives' clubs, ladies' professionalgroups of paint and volunteers are still ?
when the accident occurred. Be a military wife, active in community service and civic associations has been suggested as needed The Mad Foxes have
Currently, Navymen and their activities. an appropriate method to select a nominee. done more than their share and '
i wives are assisting the family by the Navy Relief office is waiting
, providing transportation for the Have made noteworthy contributions to the Wives of servicemen in other branches of the to see which NAS unit will pick up
! : two Garrett children who must improvement of people-to-people relations, not onlyin service may participate through programs being the initiative and get the job
attend schools at different ends of the military, but in civilian communities as well. conducted by their individual services. finished.
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. Published by the Holt''' Publishing Company, a private firm Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own antf not to .:,tl,

be considered an official expression of any military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not X

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PAGE 2 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER NOVEMBER 5, 1970

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Alcoholics AnonymousIndividuals wp4



I Fighting Incurable DiseaseEveryone



in the world, each in definitions are used to explain therapeutic help, total ab restored, and meaningful ; Rfltu1Io4ANDJ
his or her own distinctive way, what an alcoholic is. One stinence, while possible, is relationships with God and fellow
suffers from some form of 'the' definition says that a person is an almost intolerable. To date, the man have resulted.To .
pain of living Religion speaks: of alcoholic when he can't take even most successful group in helping date, no research has indicated

these sufferings as 'my Cross one, drjnk; andpredict; what will alcoholics stop drinking, and stay why somepeople become
We are told that each person has happen then.Another away from alcohol is Alcoholics alcoholics and others do not. GO HAND ''
his own cross to bear and will definition says a Anonymous. There is no such thing as a typical IN NAND
.\Jkeap it, or one very much like it person is an alcoholic when In the 35 years since its foun-. alcoholic. Membership in A. A.
..y ferlill of his life drinking interferes with ding by two supposedly hopelessand includes former habitues of skid

tbis personal form of social, business, or personal life. helpless alcoholics. A. A. has rows housewives, professionalmen
rsuffering takes different forms: The most evident results of ex helped well over' half a million and women, millionaires,
emotional turmoil, physical cessive and dependent drinkingare men and women find con people with little education,

discomfort mental torture, loss of job, loneliness, tentment in sobriety. scholars, priests, and nuns ..
spiritual anxiety, fear, insecurity inability to communicate or love, A. A., through fellowship, young, old and middle aged. The
When these situations loss of a sense of responsibility to understanding, and acceptance, common denominator is very
become more intense than people oneself or spouse or children or has helped 75 per cent of those simple: alcohol is a problem and kEP
feel they can tolerate, they seek friends. Some things happen to a who have sought help with the individual wants to do YOUR bf Olta
artificial ways to alleviate their drinking alcoholic that don't drinking problems. In some something about his or her 8ASE cl tN l

discomfort. Some use relatively happen to social drinkers. For strange and indefinable way, one inking.In .

harmless escapes of self. instance, alcoholics very alcoholic can help another July, Alcoholics Anonymous
indulgence I like overeating or frequently suffer from remorse, alcoholic where medical or celebrated its 35th anniversarywith
entertainment as temporary temporary periods of amnesia or religious resources alone could an international conventionin
relief More serious are 'blackouts,' a craving for just one make very little headway.The Miami. Gathered to share their

tranquillizers, barbiturates, more drink even when the last sharing of experience, experiences, strength and hope Benefits
amphetamines and many other one made him physically sick. strength and hopes among were 12 to 15 thousand members,
legal drugs readily available, and In the past 20 or 30 years, great members of A. A. at meetings, representing over half a million
consumed by the billion each strides have been made in the the acceptance of powerlessnessover other active members, who CouncilContinued

year in North America. acceptance and treatment of alcohol, dependence on the belong to more than 10,000 groupsin
The most socially acceptable alcoholism as a disease. The help of God as the individual nearly one hundred countriesof
the easiest to get pain reliever of American Medical Associationand understands Him, combined witha the world. Those people have ( from Page 1))

allis alcohol. Most the Canadian Medical personal philosophical programof one primary purpose only: to Navy's image for its own people.
overIndulge in 'social' drinking, Association both accept recovery known as the 'Twelve maintain their own personal A Z-Gram told commanders that
but an alarming number have alcoholism as an incurable Steps has brought about sobriety and to help the alcoholicwho too much emphasis was being
come to depend on alcohol for disease, a disease so serious thatit modern-day miracles. Membersof still suffers. placed on operational readinessand
release from their troubles. rates as the fourth largest killer A. A. have resumed their not enough on individual
The term 'alarming' is used and people from all walks of rightful place in society, families Member, needs.
very deliberately because in the life have diagnosed themselvesas have been reunited, self-respect Alcoholics Anonymous
United States and Canada alcoholics, but neverthelessthey Storage of personal effects:

reliable sources estimates, that ,are living normal and A fenced, lighted area is
between three and five per cent of contented lives without the needto available for personnel of

the population can be classifiedas use alcohol. deploying units to store
alcoholics. That is close to 10 The answer is simple but J&iVQI automobiles at NASJax. A
million people. demanding. It lies in total ab building is available for personal '
What is an alcoholic? Many stinence. Without some form of effects during deployment.
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Base transportation by the
The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different is consideredfor
Commissary being
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
breakfast 6 a.m. to 7:30: a.m. dinner. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m.to the families that live aboard
5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast. 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.; station.
dinner 11 a.m.. to 12:30: a.m. supper. 5:00: p.m. to 6:15: Both Dining halls observe -
the same hours on weekends and holidays) early breakfast. 6:30: a.m. to A central playground
8:30: a.m.; brunch 9130: a.m to 12:30: p.m'lnd supper 4 p.m. to 5:30: p.m.
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 facility for dependent children is
cents dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents under consideration.

Friday, November 6 Potatoes, Buttered Green Beans, VA-45 sought additional
Beets In Orange Sauce, Strawberry parking near Cecil Field BEQs.
BREAKFAST .. Cornmeal Mush, Chiffon Pie. Capt. F. M. McLinn, Cecil
Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to SUPPERVegetable Soup,Braised
said that
Order, French Toast, Choice of Fish Liver and Onions or Beef Porcupines, commanding officer,
Fillets or Ham Slices, Eggs Au Gratin, Brown Gravy, Lyonnalse Potatoes, sufficient parking is available
Hash Brown Potatoes, assorted Baked Macaroni and Cheese, But. within 150 to 200 yards of the
pastry. tered Mixed Vegetab'es.'
DINNER .. Manhattan Clam BEQs, and that no additional
Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Deep Tuesday, November 10 parking areas are planned in the
Fried Fish, Brown Gravy, Mashed immediate future.
Potatoes, Macaroni with Tomatoesand
Cheese, Buttered Green Peas, BREAKFAST .. Hot Oatmeal Hard At NAS Jax, additional Navy
Blueberry Pie. Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Exchange parking space will
SUPPER .. Chicken Rice Soup, Griddle Cakes, Grilled Luncheon become available when two
Baked Tuna and Noodles, El Rancho Meat, Cream Chipped Beef, Hash
Stew, Home Fried Potatoes, Buttered Brown Potatoes and assorted buildings adjacent to the Main
4. Broccoli Spears, Mexican Corn, Doughnuts. Exchange are demolished. The

Blueberry Pie.Saturday. DINNER.. Beef Rice Soup, YankeePot project should be completed by

November? Roast, Beef Stock Gravy, Rissole next June.
Potatoes, Steamed Rice, LyonnalseWax
EARLY BREAKFAST .. Hot Beans, Buttered Broccoli, Dental Care for dependents:
Hominy Grits, Hard Boiled Eggs, Martha Washington.. Cream Pie. Capt. Kincaid reported personnel
SUPPER Creole ,
French Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choiceof Soup Barbecued shortages have forced a cutbackin
Pork Loin, Barbecue Sauce, French
Bacon, Ham or Minute Steaks,
Hash Brown Potatoes, assorted Fried Potatoes, Fried Rice, Buttered service to retired personnel,
pastry. Green Peas. although Dental has begun to

BRUNCH .. Fried Eggs to Order, start on a backlog that began
Breakfast Meat,. Hamburgers and Wednesday, November 11 over a year ago. The Jax Dental
Cheeseburgers, French Fried
GOLDEN TRESSED-Lovely Carolyn Devore will be long remembered Potatoes, Potato Chips BREAKFAST .. Department does have a
for her USO tour performances in Vietnam.' Volunteers are Baked Beans, Pound Cake, Jello. Boiled Eggs, Fried Hot Farina Hard preventive program for
Eggs to Order,
expected to line up when she announces a return trip. (USO Photo) SUPPER .. Grilled Pork Chops, French Toast, Grilled Bacon Slices dependent children continuingyear
Cream Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes, Creamed Ground Beef, Hash Brown round. '
Fried Rice, Baked Corn and Potatoes Iced Bear Claws.
Tomatoes, Buttered Brussel Sprouts DINNER .. Pepper Pot Soup, Medical Advisory Board: A
Cup Cakes. Yankee Pot Roast, Beef Stock Gravy, medical advisory board will be

JTAX AIR NEWS Sunday, November Lyonnalse Rissole Potatoes Wax Beans.Steamed Rice, established and operated in much
the same manner as those for the
EARLY BREAKFAST.. Hot Wheat SUPPER .. French Onion Soup, commissary and exchange.
Cereal, Hard Boiled Eggs, French Beef Pot Pie Scalloped Tuna .
and
Long cafeteria lines at NAS
Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Peas Buttered
Egg Noodles,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper French Jax The
Bacon Ham or Minute Pork Chops Fried Cauliflower, Simmered : Navy Exchange
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Hash Brown Potatoes, Pecan! Rolls. Beans Devil's Food Cake with Mocha Lima reported the main cafeteria will
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a BRUNCH Fried Eggs to Order, icing. soon be renovated to handle
Breakfast Meat,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS wishes, French Submarine Fried Potatoes Sand., double lines.
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Potato Salad Baked Beans French Thursday, NovembersH.rrfH Central Educational Ser

Jacksonville, by 12:00: .noon on Monday before publication News Apple Pie.SUPPER. vices:'It was suggested a central
items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 112-,1118 or -' Grilled Beef Steak BREAKFAST.| Cornmeal MUSh education office be established to
Mushroom Gravy, Oven Brown Eggs, Fried Eggs to
3119. Potatoes, Baked Potatoes Simmered Order, Griddle' Cakes, Grilled Mlnuie benefit all personnel of all
Green Beans Harvard Beets Apple Pork Chops Minced Beef, Hash commands. Fleet Air Jax took
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Pie. Brown Potatoes, Swedish Tea Rings. the project for study and action.
concerning such should be directed to; DINNER .. .
Monday, November 9 Vegetable Soup Fried New Cecil Exchange:
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Chicken Potatoes, Chicken Gravy, Whipped Captain McLinn reported groundhas
Blackeyed
San Juan Jacksonville Fla. 32210 BREAKFAST. Buttered Grits Beans, Peas CreoleGreen been broken for a new exchange -
4747 Ave Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Strawberry Shortcake with
Telephone 388-2755 Order, French Toast, Grilled Pork Whipped Topping facility at NAS Cecil
Sausage, Patties, Minced Beef, Hash SUPPER .. Field.
Brown Potatoes, Assorted Split Pea Soup Swiss
Doughnuts. Steak, Other and solutionsto
VOL. 28 NO. 32 DINNER .. Natural Gravy, Mashed programs
Turkey Noodle Soup
NOVEMBER 5, 1970 Roast Turkey Log, Brown Turkey Spinach Potatoes,, Mexican Corn, Seasoned problems, raised by council
Gravy, Bread Dressing, Mashed Whipped Topping Peach Shortcake with representatives will be reportedin
future editions of the paper.



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5, 1970 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 3


Irtf VA-l 74-Listsl88 New POs

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Some 188 VA-174 'Hellrazors' Price, ATN3 S. Rangnow, AE2 D 4:
will ,be wearing new chevronsover Reider, A03 J. Rengo, AQF2 E. {
Rhodes, ATN3 T. Rice, AMH3 J,
the next few months. Roberts,ATN3 R. Roble.
Three of those being advancedare ATR2 J. Roccafort, AMH3 R.
making E-7. The prospective Roche, A03 A. Rohner, AMH3 J. '
CPOs A03 C.F.Rousseau,A TR2 R. Russell,
are AE1 C. B. Fahren-
PN2 S. Ryan,ATN2 K. Sacht,AME3 S '
___ bruch, ADJI B. Aul, DK1 J, AMS3 Sargent, ADJ3. D Schaerrer, 'f
: ?& Mongalo.A03 YN3 A. Scharpf, AE3 D. Seas, A03 R., fSegerAMS3P.SllaSADJ3H.Slmmons /

J. Alexander, ATN3 M. Ander, PN2 E SmlthSonA03 H. Sowell, AQF2D.
AQF2 J. Bishop, AQF3 Blackerby, Spinier, AMS3 G. Springs, ATR3 C.
ATN3 S. Blair, ATN3 E. Blevlns, Stand),A03 H. E.Strickland, ADJ3 L.
ATN3 N.R., Bloomculst, AQG2 A.L, Sutton.
Blystone, PN3 J. Bolash, AE3 J. AOF2V. Taylor, AQF3 J. Tharpe, f,
ii' Boothe, YN3 T. Brannon, AE3 L, ,
E ; AQF2 G. Thomas AME3 W. Thomas,
.
"
t t Brown, A02 R. Burris, YN2 B. ADJ3 R. Tranger, A03 R. W. "
Canfleld, AMH3 G. Carllle, ADJ3 D. Valentine, AMS3 B, Vughan, ATN3 J.
R. Carpenter, ADJ2 L, J. Cheatham, H. Viggiano, A03 L. E. Walnrlght,
YN3 D. Clouser. AE3 W. K. WalnsCott, AMS3 Walker
L AE2 J. Cole, A03 W Conkin, AE2 J. A03 G.Watts,AMS2 E.Wells, ADJ3 J.
'A Connolly, ATN2 A, P. Constantino, F. Wickersham,. A03 D. Willcutt, ;
E.Cornellson: ADJ3 J, Day, DK3 J. Wise, AMS2 W. Wiseman'
ADJ3 R. Deacon, ADJ2 J. Deputat, ,
AQF2 R. Lavane ATN2 R. Lew,
K, Dlx, J. Duhe, AE2 J.
AME3 AQF3 ATN3 S. Lockhart,.4O3 S. Swlnehart,
Dunham, AQF2 J. D. ATN3R.
Dysinger ,
AE3 Thomas ATR2 R. Bedard YN3
Gauthier, AME2AA R. Gingrich,
L. ,
L. Boyle AQF2 J. F. Gallagher, AK2D.
AE2 J. S. GoestenkorsA03R, Hart, ,
Garcia PN3 J. PN3 L. Henz
AMH3 L.Gray,ATR3 J. Gregory, YN3 ATN3. KentAE3W. Klein,ATN2 W.
ATR2 C. Hanson,
AMS3 C.Handley Rapkin, ATN3 G. W. Schlelsslng, PN2J
AE2 J. Herberts Smith, AMS2 M.
ATN3 D Heath, AQF2 B., G. Sparks, ATR3 R. Stauderman.,
Heatherington, A03 P. Hedberg,
,ATR3 D. W Holloway, AQF2 N. Hull, AMH2 E. M. Gonzales,AE3 P.
w.wx &rt a AE3J.JordanAQF2 R. Kempe, ADJ3S Jackson, ATN3 R. Johnson, ATN3 H. ,
SUNLINERS LEAD CECIL COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN-One of VA-.1' top contributors, J, Klllianek, ATR2 D. Kooken, YN3 Dent,AE2 C. Dunlap,A03 R. Latham a
N. J, Wilson, presents a check for $3754.50 to Capt. J.B. Morin at squadron quarters last Monday, S. Landgraf,AQF2 G.LandmanAE2C.. ATR3 C.F. Blelbaum, ADJ3 R. Elliot,
Legmaro, ATR3 D. Logan, PN3 C. ADJ3 S. Grant, ADJ2 R. Gunder,
Oct.26. The contribution gave the 'Sunlinm'the lead over all Cecil Field units with a 217 per cent of Long, A03 M. LuchlAE2 M. D. Lundequam AME3 W.T Lawrence, ADJ3 J.A.
quota contribution. The squadron's senior enlisted advisor, AFCM D. R. Wright stands In the ,ATN2 D. L. Lybarger, AME3S Morrison, PN3 J. Rowe, ATN3 F.
background. .Mackey, ATN2 S. Madgett, ATN2 J. Vestal.
You'' t NMt Martin, AQF3 J. McCain AQF3 J.. Albers, AMS3 J, Benoit, AE3J.
-i 00 OLD ATR2 W McQueen, ATN3 L. 'D. Carlson, A03 J. Edgell, ATR3 W.
Cecil Field CWOIsAwardedNAM McSpadden,AMH2 P. Mellott,AMH2C, Gray, CSS J. Hobbs, A03 W. Jones,
10 uKbJ--- Miller, AE3 P. Moody, AQF2 .R. ADJ3 L. Kwoen, ADJ3 W.D.
.. Morgan, ATN3 W. Morris,AMS3 M. Kllsavage, AME3 L. Newhart, ATN3D.
'jl., ,Ir \ Neville, A03 M. F, Oettinger, AE3 Welch, ADJ3 M.F. Wesenberg.
::1 Oglesby, A02 O'Sullivan, AE3 J,, ADJ2 ,
/. .t.;. ((1M: L. Llgon AMS2 J. Manning,
...'/ /" Parker,AMS2T.Parks, A02 M. Prtln, AMS2 L. Mansell, ADJ3 R. Taylor,
r'; ." / AE2 R, Paullck,ATN2 J. PlattATN2C.. ATN3 C. Templln, AQF2 W. Welble.

Cecil-CWO-2Roy H. Coulliette
assistant aviation supply officer
here received the Navy h
Achievement Medal Oct. 13 for j j.b

his work while serving in supportof

'Operation Market Time flight ..b e r
operations off the coast of
Vietnam. ,, :

CWO Coulliette served in

Vietnam from April 3,1969toApril
6, 170 where he was responsiblefor
all supply function of his unit
and for the Fleet air support unit

and patroldetachment squadrons.He CWO Coulliette
was able to obtain spare :
parts for a newly installed enlisted men's quarters.
Because of CWO Coulliettes'
communications
facility at Fleet
Air work and efforts, his unit was a
Support Unit, U-Tapo,
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y\ Safety Award Post 4583 presented NATTC's officers decided to further their
I\ drill team, the Jaxon Lancers, Navy careers and shipped over in
\ Jax The Florida Highway with a trophy in appreciation of ceremonies conducted in the
Patrol presented NATTC with a their performance at the Cen Captain's officer
: Certificate of Meritorious Servicein tennial Parade held in Jesup, Ga. AE2 James T. Logan reenlistedin
recognition of the training on Oct. 24. After their performance the Navy for an additional four 4 pI
center's outstanding effort to the Lancers were years October 27. He entered the
preserve human life on the served dinner and invited to a Navyin February 1958, and was
Florida streets and highways. party held in their honor at the stationed with several attack .
t NATTC helped promote safe VFW Hall. squadrons at Cecil Field prior to I
\ driving through its participationin The trophy was presented on reporting here on March 28, 1967,
traffic safety educational Oct. 27 and will be placed on He attended the Aviation Elec J
,
programs conducted by Safety display in Barracks 402 where the tricians Mate 'A' School and is y.
Engineer Spiro Tassapolous and drill team members reside. now reporting the testing
; Sgt. M. R. Dupont, a Highway equipment for that school. yy 1.
Patrol officer who has been with Chief Smith Reenlists Petty Officer Logan and his
the Florida Highway Patrol for 15 MMC Edward W. Smith wife Laura have three children
{ years.The. reenlisted in the Navy for another andreside in Orange Park.
Commanding Officer,Capt. three years October 27 in a AE1 Maloy L. Nugent
a John E. Kennedy, accepted the ceremony conducted by Capt. reenlisted for the third time
award for NATTC in a ceremony Kennedy October 28. Executive Officer,
conducted in his office Oct. 27 Chief Smith was stationed Cdr. Roy H. Paxson Jr., con-
,. The award was presented by Sgt. aboard the USS Sabine at ducted the four-year reenlist- \ rifr
Dupont. Mayport before reporting TAD to ment ceremony.
The Safety Award will be NATTC's Shore Patrol Nugent joined the Navy in 1954. M _3s: _
; placed on general display to Headquarters in March 1969. He He was first stationed here in '
remind everyone that highway has been in the Navy for 16 years. March 1967 as a student at the AE
safety is an all hands responsibility Chief Smith, his wife Sarah and 'B' School. From there he
,, their two children, Sandra and reported to NAS Oceana,Va., and LETTER OF APPRECIATION-Capt. C.W. Lewis Jr., Naval
i Allen, reside in Jacksonville. in 1968 he returned to NATTC Hospital CO, presents a Letter of Appreciation to Lt. Kenneth Graven
,I Drill Team Trophy Three Petty Officers Reenlist where he is now an instructor at for meritorious service with the National Naval Medical Center In
J the AE 'A' School. Bethesda, Md.
The Veterans of Foreign War This week three NATTC petty Petty Officer Nugent is
,I .... married to the former Miss JO WC Hosts China Sale
Barbara Ann Vaugn. The .
Nugents have two children,
I ESALEPRIcESTOALL. Timothy and Darrell. Jax .. A military sale you can buy.
a WHOL AE1 Ronald A. Immell added distributor for Spode fine china For any further informationcall
four years to his Navy career will be at the Officers' Club Nov. Mrs. McClow at 264-8409.
NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES October 30 in a ceremony con- 12.15 with a wide selection of fine
NEW & USED TV SETS ducted by the executive officer English bone chinaware on sale
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES AE1 Immell entered the Navyon at 40 percent off list price.
February 18, 1958. He was The Jacksonville Officers
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
AIR CONDITIONERS stationed at Naples, Italy before Wives Club is sponsoring this sale .W
reporting to NATTC on February and will host a kickoff buffet
Mrs.9a.m.-;p.m. Come In& Browse 6, 1969, and is presently an in- luncheon at noon Nov. 12 at $1.50 7"
REENLIST TODAY!
WESCONNET FURNITURE CO.S structor at the AE 'A' School. per person.
AEl Immell and his wife Judith Officers' Club members are
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within six months II
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.. PIRATES COVE minute floor show Wednesdaywith
The Marine
Wives of
the 'human dynamo' Mr,
Jacksonville held their monthly
Phil Cay and the Chantels will Electric.
meeting Monday at MATSG
provide tonight's entertainment,
Building 572. .
and tomorrow evening the club CPOCLUBTomorrow
will feature the Dark Entry
After an open discussion, it was night the Chiefs'
that the for this Phil Cay will be back on
agreed project ,
Club will feature dancing en-
Saturday,and on Sunday you can
month would be the collection of
and the
tertainment by Phil Cay
the music of the
enjoy Mynd
various of clothes and
types toys,
Chantels. Saturday and Sunday
Garden. Monday will feature the
other articles to be given as
nights the popular Four of Clubs
and the
, the residents of Camelots on Tuesday
Christmas to
gifts > .
yY'? will on stage.OFFICERS
Sunland Training 'Center at 4 Phases will appear on stage until appear

i Gainesville.The 2 a.m. Veteran's Day entertainment
will be by the CLUB
':
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ladies also issued an open Camelots. Beefeaters night tonight with
I invitation to all Marine Wives of Capt. Danielson A NEW INNOVATION at the prime ribs and wine fountain.

i NAS Jax and Cecil Field to comet Pirates Cove will get underwaythis Tomorrow there will be, Happy ,
out to the next meeting on New Senior Chaplain week. Go-go girls will appear Hour and sing-along in the Main '
live and on stage to brighten
your
I December 7 for a social get
from 4:30 t07:30 and
Brace : : p.m.,
f together and first hand look at the lunch hour Monday, Wednesdayand meals will be served
I Friday from 11:30: a.m. to 1p.m. dining room
Takes HereJax
club. New members are always
Charge the
from 6 to 16 p.m. On Saturday .
and and
on Tuesday
welcome, and the club hopes that special brunch 'menu will be
Thursday from to 6 p.m.
this 'inspection and refreshment'hour
will persuade more wives to -Capt.John M Danielson, 1944 at the Main Street Baptist Also, sports movies will be offered at 10 a.m. Busses to the i
join. a Southern Baptist minister, has Church. As senior chaplain of the shown in the dining room from 6 Gator Bowl will leave that day at

I I assumed the duties of senior air station he plans to continuethe to 8 p.m. on Monday,. Tuesday, 12:15: for the Florida-Georgia

, For further information on the chaplain here. His last assign current chapel religious Wednesday, and Thursday Free game. Make your seating ,
Marine Wives' November ment was with the staff of education programs.The snacks will be served at that time reservations early Saturday
! project, call Mrs. Marie Slocumb Commander Amphibious Force, new senior chaplain has and 12-ounce glasses of beer may evening live band will appearfor
I at 264-9487. San Diego. been in the Navy for 26 years. He be purchased for 10 cents each. your dancing entertainment. ."
Capt. Danielson is a native of and his wife Adele have four The Sunday luncheon will be

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'''' J """""'''''' '''''''''' Family Night dinner from 5 to 9 I'

Barbecue spare ribs are the p.m.
NAS Officer Is
Safety luncheon special today, and g j ufljlij mmmi a 'ij' ijm jg .

cocktail hour will be from 7 to 9 14 POOL TAMES ;

p.m. Tomorrow night's ''menu 2 MRS I
Selected For Promotion features fish fillets and spaghetti. 100 MIRRORS
PAINTINGS j
Music for the evening will be
provided by Mark Castle JAX'S LARGEST LOUNGE J
I The NAS aviation of Western Illinois State
Jax safety graduate
entertainmentwill ..
Saturday night MEET ME ATTHEOFFICF.
. officer, LCdr. Robert L. College, he' joined the Navy in be by the Holidays with Les :
f Reynolds, has been selected by June 1956 and was commissionedan
Wing in Yakety Sax
the Secretary of the Navy for ensign in November 1956. Dine on lobstertails Sundayand IT SWINGS IJ' I
promotion to commander. He is Since completing flight trainingin music ALL THE TIME I i I
enjoy country by Tommy'C'
one of several hundred LCdr's 1958 he has served with five and the Seminoles. Glazed OFFICELOUNGE f
selected and the date of his appointment different squadrons and has Sgt. Wincek ham with sauce will be the noon .
f has not yet been'announced completed two, WestPac tours
Included the Wincek Is Named special Monday, and on Tuesday
among many the lunch menu will offer chickenala 5W PHILLIPS HWY. 733-9992
LCdr Reynolds has been medals he has won are the Viet
king.Don't miss the special 60 i
serving here since July 1969. He Air Gallantry Medal, Navy Airman of MonthJax ,
was previously assigned as a Commendation and Navy l'
t pilot NATOPS evaluator and Achievement Medals, Air Medal, Sgt. Leonard J, Wincekwas
of Detachment Distinguished Order 2nd selected as Airman of the
" officer in charge Navy
I II, 11 aboard the USS Intrepid Class and the Navy Expeditionary Month for October at the 679th a'i

on a WestPac tour. and Armed Forces Radar Squadron here.
111. and Medals (Cuba), He was chosen on the meritsof
A native of Kewanee, a Expeditionary :
I LCdr Reynolds and his wife his outstanding job per-

Maurine reside in Orange Park. formance, his military bearingand .
They have three children. behavior both on and off duty nond'
I and his knowledge of military reason .
g Two Others subjects and current events.
ccd1t
( PromotedJaxTwo Sgt.Wincek arrived at the 679th .
forbarrowini.lziigoudrsisiti
> Radar Squadron on February 2,
officers on the staff of 1969 from Keesler Air Force

Commander Fleet Air Base, Miss:, where he receivedhis .
Jacksonville, have also been technical training. He is
I 1 1 a.S selected for promotion to com presently assigned to the Height

mander They are LCdr. Finder Radar Section as a
i 5821 San Juan at Niblick Terrance L. Zackowski, services repairman.The .

Phone 384-4406 and facilities officer, and LCdr 21-year-old sergeant is fur lendlng..a
Warren L. Walden, the staff from Hudson, Pat He joined the i
e 1, 2 and 3 BEDROOMS safety officer. Air Force on March 4, 1968.
e GARDEN TYPE APARTMENTS -

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Marine Corps Birthday



Celebration Approaches


Jax MATSG is 'Full Steam cutting ceremony, and, an open
Ahead' for this year's Marine bar policy. Guests of honor for
Corps Birthday celebrations to the cake cutting ceremony will beLt
take place November 10. There Col. L. E. Blanchard, MATSG
will be two birthday balls to commanding officer, and Sgt.
honor the 195th birthday of the Maj. Harbison, MATSG sergeant
Marine Corps: an officer SNCO major.
ball, and an enlisted men's ball. MATSG students will celebratethe
The Officer. SNCO Ball will Marine Corps Birthday with
take place at the National Guard ceremonies and a traditional
Armory,6974 Wilson Blvd.Cedar dinner. Events will take place at
Hills Guest speaker for the ball King Hall, with guest speaker Lt.
'j will be Jacksonville's Mayor Col. L. E. Blanchard. The
". Hans Tanzler. Both Mr. and Mrs. Commandant's message on the
Tanzler will participate in the 195th Birthday of the Marine ..
: f4
Ah rt1 traditional birthday celebration, Corps will be read by the Ad.
t : ,i( as well as sharing the festivities jutant, and then students will be
wtT f+;, with dining and dancing. taken to the mess hall for a steak
Other invited guests for the dinner.
Officer SNCO Birthday Ball Any information concerning
h are: RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth MATSG's birthday festivities can
-' Jr., commander Fleet Air be obtained by visiting MATSG

Jacksonville, Capt. John E. Headquarters,Building 572, or by
Kennedy, NATTC commandingofficer calling 772-3013 or 772-3014'1,
11""J i and other distinguished MATSG Marines, whether
t military and public officials. enlisted or officers, are headedfor
,,' [#1,. The enlisted men will usher in a night of celebration at this
..,,.. .,
.
; : the birthday celebration at the year's Marine Corps Birthday!
Cdr.,James Bassttt (left), commanding officer of RTU-203, discusses an upcoming bombing Candlelight, with dinner' and
mission with Capt. Hugh J.Tate, NARTU commanding officer,during the unit's cruise. dancing, the traditional cake



FRIENDLY, RELAXED Nartu Unit Completes TrainingJax ... TaketDCkTurkey

QUIET ATMOSPHERE inAmerica
iiiMiimiimiMitiiiiiiiiiimmiHMiHiii Two weeks of intensive rocketry and: gunnery at the flight training under the NavCad
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR training and qualification Pinecastle target range. On the program.As a civilian, he runs a
CECIL FIELD N.A.S. programs came to a close ground, RTU-203 completed a contract maintenance companyin
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, Saturday for the weekend major reorganization in the Orlando.
CHURCHES AND warriors of Replacement Maintenance Department, and -
SHOPPING AREAS. Training Unit 203, .a reserve maintenance personnel con
If IJJIJIIIIJIII'IJITlke attack squadron attached to ducted training programs to
NARTU. further increase the
squadron'sreadiness
103rd to FirestoneRd.
., Turn South 2 Blocks The squadron's 16 pilots, led by and.efficiency. Shoot
Past Forrest High, School. Cdr. James S. Bassett all AU of RTU-230's pilots have
qualified in dive bombing, been in a reserve status for less
than three years. Their average
UoLONIALFOREST experience is six to 10 years in the FLEET RESERVE, BRANCH 126
I Navy, and most are Vietnam
SATURDAY NOV. 7.10AMtll DARK '
.:: HONDA veterans from squadrons:, basedat ,
r APARTMENTS Cecil Field. 7673 BLANDING BLVD.

MOTORS & CYCLES CO. Cdr. Bassett,unit commandingofficer
,5928 FIRESTONE ROAD the Naval Public Cordially Invited
V 4949 BLANDING BLVD. joined Air
771.6666 PHON 771-8244. Reserve in 1951 as ,a seaman
recruit at NARTU, and entered






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Supply Department Employees RetireJax
Twelve civilians of the
Naval Air Rework Facility have

retired, each receiving a NARF
Honors EmployeesJax a plaque from Capt. D, H. Heile.

,,.r They are John Hoydic, aircraft
metalsmlth; Harley Buergey,
controller (aircraft)
NAS Traffic the and of production ;
Manager handling storage non-
Roenisch toolmaker
John L. Grice, who has won the expendable items such as tools Richard ;
first annual Military Traffic and equipment and will save the Bert Ingram, airframes worker;
Stober industrial
Management and Terminal supply department time and Julius ,
Annie D,
technician
engineering ;
Service award-of-excellence, has material
been awarded $630 for his James M. Blackshears' Pitts, toolroom attendant;
suggestion to improve shipping of suggestion for improving aSCOUT'S I George Bagley, aircraft engine
goods from NAS Jacksonville to procedures won him a check for mechanic; Arthur C. McLeod,
Mayport. His was one of several $140. His method for moving aircraft metalsmith; Leonard
awards presented by Supply surplus material from Disposal i Thompson, laborer; Ernest
Officer Capt. R.C O'Loughlin to storage to Merchandizing Branchin Short, aircraft metalsmith;
Supply Department civilians last homogenous lots and items f William Deckert, aircraft quality
week. lists will save an estimated 720 control specialist and Ernest
Grice's suggestion to establish man-hours and $2,311.20 a year Mikell Sr., painter.

daily commercial delivery to Other Awards
Mayport is estimated to save the
government 2,880 man-hours anda Three employees who were
total of $13,093 a year. awarded quality increases are
As the Navy's top traffic supply clerk James W. Simmons,
manager, Grice has been com inventory management specialist JonathanJewelers
mended for his past excellence in Louis Moore and supervisory
traffic management and for procurement agent Vernon H.

improving freight traffic at the Barefleld. HIGHEST HONOR-John Scout,
Mayfield 17-year-old Boy
Louise L.Wright supervisory
,a
station. He has received Lettersof shipment clerk at Household receives the Eagle Scout badge from Embree Walker, chairman for WWW\
Commendation from NAS the banquet at which John was honored last week His father, J.R. DAY
SAME
Goods to GS 6
was promoted
Commanding Oficer Capt. J. R.
Mayfield of the NAS Public Works Department, observes
Kincaid and Capt. O'Loughlin while Charles Rudeen, assignedto ENGRAVINGRING
and a Letter of Appreciation from the Supply Department since
the officer in charge of Navy July 1961, received a plaque from Local Boy Wins ** fe
Material Transportation Office. Capt. O'Loughlin for his
retirement after 30 years of civil
Beneficial Suggestions service. Rudeen, a former
Navyman, began his civil service Top Scout Honor SIZING

Three other employees also career in 1959. **ASales
received ,checks for their Jax A local Boy Scout with Troop ll's first court of honor this *
beneficial suggestions. 'IT INVOWIP Troop 11 has attained scouting's year, was attended by Troop
Wilbur Wilkinson received a highest rank after having earned members and their families. Watch andJewelry
$40 check for his suggestion to ; Wt.' 1M J.f t 22 merit badges. Guest speaker was Eagle Scout Repairs
remove old, little used con Rodman Porter, vice president of-
John W. Mayfield, son of Mr.
veyors and move material, by a and Mrs. J, R. Mayfield was the Navy League and president of Work Done On
much shorter, more direct route the Westside Atlantic Bank.
awarded his Scout
Eagle badgeat
within the shipping and packing John, who has been a scout for Premises
.4i a banquet held in his honor
section. # .!., about six years, described the 1704 Highway 17, Orange Park
Friday night.
Stanley Tomasky was awarded & .&1&1 O Eagle Award as 'the highest,. Dan and Linda Boatwright,
$40 for his suggestion to improve r; lit' The banquet, an occasion for ultimate goal in scouting.. one of Phone 2849396NOTICE
the most enjoyable I experiencesof
my scouting life.'
To become an Eagle Scout,
John had to earn at least 21 merit
badges and complete a special !
service project of his own
selection. He chose to paint I the
building, landscape and clean up DUE TO A COPY
the grounds at the Wesconnett
Civic Center at 105th Street in ERROR, THE
Jacksonville where Troop 11
meets every Monday night. PHONE NUMBERIN
Working on Saturdays and after LAST WEEK'S
school he completed the projectin
three months.
, John is a senior at N.B. Forrest JACKSONVILLEBEEF
High School and is Drum Majorfor
A the marching band. He COMPANY
organized and leads a seven-
member musical group from the ADVERTISEMENTWAS
school symphonic band called the
'Brass Revolution
The 17-year old Eagle Scout Is INCORRECTLY
i also an active member of the SHOWN. THE
,, Wesconnett Baptist Church and
r has held several offices in Sunday NUMBER SHOULD
) r : School and Training Union. HAVE READ:

at : Mrs. Mayfield is the secretaryfor
the NAS Jacksonville Administration
Officer in Bldg. 1 7448344NIMMHMIIMWNIIIMmnWKIMNMIIHNHHHHNIIHIIIHI
while her husband, a, former
Navyman, works at the Public
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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Publisher I ITuesday
MOVIE SCHEDULE
;I I Call: 388-2755

JAX AIR NEWS I Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

NASJacksonville : for publication the following Thursday. Ads ,, mmm..n.n".n ...... .............." ................____, .. _...._..........
LATWINGER I arriving too late for this deadline will be

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : published the following week unless the ,Nov Tues,Nov 10

I publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or
I money order for the full cost of the ad must be NAS: 'LOST NAS: 'NED KELLY' Color
I received WITH the copy for the ad. Drama starring Lloyd western starring Mick Jagger
4747 San Juan Avenue I RATE) Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 and Ann Francis. 'G' ( and Clarissa Kaye. 'GP' G ((105

Jacksonville, Florida : Per additional line ((4 words per line) $0 Cents mins.) mins.)
I HOSPITAL: HOSPITAL: 'COMPANY ,OF
TOWN' Color western KILLERS'
-e. Tony Anthony and
." ,... .. ....... HAVE ORDERS-MUST SELLI 'R' VG (90 mins.) Wed.,Nov. 11
,
7: :
npr : nw.
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EMPLOYMENTSERVICE 1 1Ji\2i\ ) i B QM I i 3Br., IVj' B., Din. Rm., W to W carpet,
AC, Lg. yd. $65 a mo. 264.2323 325 Noel
Rd. Orange Park. Friday, Nov.6 NAS: 'THE STRANGER
RETURNS' Color Western
WIVES JUSTISS TRAILER PARK EQUITY.NEAR NAS NAS: starring Tony Anthony and Dan
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern This 7 yr. old beauty contains 3BR., Musical comedy
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 Vadis. 'R' VG ((90 mins.)
or 2B. Den, ,
AC Fen. Present '
trailer and 389 3007, ? yd. and
Apts. Wild Billy Hayes. (
,
1022 Park Street 3547888. payments $76.18 total. Yours for only HOSPITAL: 'NED KELLY'
$2,340. Haulslander 8. Assoc. Realtors. mins.)
LEAVING THE SERVICE? MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea Call 396-4087 HOSPITAL: 'LOST
Talk' over your post service employment ( Mobile Home Park/) < mile'' Ticket SalesThe
with North of NAS, lots and rentals. Near r '
plans someone who
has been on both sides of the fence. schools and shopping center Clean, Ii itlti _iji: f&' Saturday, Nov. following tickets are now _,
LTC D. A. Bell (Ret.) Parker Career and reasonable rates, Manager on :
Center 4415 Beach Blvd..398.7071.. premises. Children.and pets welcome NAS: 'TARZAN'S sale at Special Services,
6301 Roosevelt. 6264.W SILENCE' Color 704:

If $CHAMPION 2 BR., Apts.ORANGE, furn., or PARK unfurn., Dishwasher starring Ron Ely RIDES'"m ZORBA-November24-44$5, $6 '

1[':!'G MISCEU l :, :. ,; :ANEOt1., ev'ammvn'nwary:}'J j?:i payments 12x60, 2Br.at,Jax No( Navy equity Credit, Assume Union. AptS., 771.1405, Drapes or, 7713355.Carpets, Elizabeth Mahoney.HOSPITAL:'G ((88 ) GATOR- BOWL 28 and BASKET-29-12.50

771.4085. NAS MATINEE: $3

BE A RADIO OR. FOR RENT WIL-MARAPTS. BOTTLE'Color comedy
TV ANNOUNCER 2BR., Furn. Mobile Homes Orange 2 BR, LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., Tony Randal and Burl ( ARTHUR FIEDLER CON-
Recorded message by leading an Park. Deed's Mobile Homes 2646554.BEINGTRANSFERREDT Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off mina) .. 10' Civic
nouncer 3552944.tells you how. Call any hour street. Water, Garbage & Sewage -$ $15, $10, and $5.

11;ill: ''k. :I>ai'!i iilii, [;# [. I t tax Furn.) 387.2541.Weekends$95. Unfurn. $115.3890744.Furn. (plus Sunday,Nov.8

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS ,. ,
( r }}vnwn AVnwNM \ ep NAS 'VILLA
} }/IMaeepwA; y eMM. :
Consoles some with AAA-FAA, tape I! :
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players. I At dealers cost to liquidate A1. .\ MV\. > v iv .v. <./ %v v,Vlssssssaaaaea action starring Yul
stock.; Full warranty) Phone 7710409. We buy equities i Robert Mitchum. 'GP' (
Louise T, Bailey mins.)
771.3605 Broker, FURNISHED HOSPITAL: '
WE BUY& SELL East and West Coast. 353-3691
FOR SALE OR RENT DEADLY SILENCE'Monday
Appliances & used furniture. Also DEER SPRINGS ESTATES
repair any make of home appliances. RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for..,your
Brook's Furnitureand equity or let us'rent your home. ,Nov.9
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for "OPEL RALLY Hey t'le HeightsByAwoMtmeit '
725.2441 Appliance 10061 Atlantic Blvd map,sales and rental list. Call Powellor Low miles, excel cond wholesale
3899810.
price. '
Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. NAS:
ORANGE PARK REALTY KILLERS' Color drama
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY 1967 MUSTANG W. &Co.
Simpson
Clyde
WASHER AND DRYER One-Owner only. AT, Factory Air, Van Johnson and Ray
Fast repair and Installation. We Vinyl top, New paint& new carpet for' Classification,not ( REALTOR 356-6849
specialize In home service.7812790. or 'HIDDEN WATERS'. $1695, 771-5099 Call after 5. mins.)
7812404. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots f
available Excellent fishing, boating, 69 LE MANS HOSPITAL! 'VILLA
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISHWllford's swimming. Mobile Home area. Also ATPS, Power Disc Brakes, Tinted
Fish Camp-264-9707 permanent home area. High wooded Glass, New radial tires.'7722451.
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake WESTSIDE
ASbury on No. 209. LaRue > 7253992. 70 BLUE VW GHIA
GEORGE'S KENNELS Low miles, Save $200 over used car
and Cats Boarded. VENETIA lots. $2100 or best offer Leaving VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Est. 1925. Dogs
& Available. 2Vj lots 3BR., 2B., Den,near NAS, low20's. service. Call 772.1626 after 5. ,
Pick up Delivery
.
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. 3883430.
Mastercharge & BankAmericard ONLY MIN. FROM NAS 66 VW BUG SELLING USED CARS
Visitors welcome. 5085 Blue, miles. Exc. mech.
accepted. Cross river via new free bridge due Light 46,000
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. open Feb. 71. Mandarin area offers condo $795. 2645405.
fine living for both active duty & 100
GUARANTEE
retired.We have houses, building lots, CONV. %
COIN-OP LAUNDRYDry acreage. 65 T.BIRD
cleaning & Alterations. 30 cents AVAILABLE NOWI 3 spd. manual: $925. Cecil Field Ext.
wash 5 cents dry. ''I. mile north NASIn 3 BR, 2B., Brick Rambler, deluxe 442., Bailey, 69
Yukon. Open 7 days'a week. kitchen, Central H & A, real nice aVWerSedan 1695
neighborhood. Only $22,500 FHA or 1966 DYNAMIC OLDS Radio
WESTINGHOUSe DRYER VA. Loaded with extras Good mechanical
Coppertone, Heavy Duty Deluxe, All WATERFRONT ESTATES cond. $1095. 264.8661 Carl."MGI.GT 68 VW Sedan 1495

fabric cycles.temperature.$100. 7723461. Including Even.. 2643052.auto. 4 acres, 3BR., Home, dock, high Radio and heater

Ask for Marsha. landscaped bulkheaded grounds.frontage,$47,500.magnificently $1450. Call Cecil Ext. 163 or 129. VA-66 3.65 VW Sedans $995
XO.
POODLES BUILDING LOTS Choice of colors, Radio and Heater
Black or white, Toy, AKC, Dam and From$4,000 up. Cash or terms. Walter 64 VOLKSWAGEN 1500
Sire can be seen, Terms, Also stud Benjamin, Inc. Realtors (Ma|. USMC Squareback, $700. Excel cond. 771- 70 Karmann Ghia 2295
service Call 7864119.
Ret.) 2685506. 0706.
EMPI exhaust system, Deluxe/ steering wheel and shift lever, R & H.
Under factory

W f'tSj'rflrfit; !'I'ilrfitrJf'rifJllJ! 3-69 warranty.Karmann Ghia's' 2095

speed, R & H. Choice of colors.

6'6'' Karmann Ghia M195

/) Beginning. Radio and Heater.

d111> (3/1'Rt VI/IW J Nov. 12, 2-70 VW' Station Wagon 2350

...: r' 9:00 AM ,Radio and Heater

IBYlYLIwIINI5 68 'vw Squarcback 1895

VI E 554 K -OPfN/NG SPECIALS- Air Conditioned, radio and heater.

_ .....1 st choice on class registrations for HI. 68 VW Squareback 1795
.- STILES FASHION Instructional classes In the making
% R&H,WW tires,New paint, Extra Sharp!
S of own CUSTOM FITTED '
: First your swimsuit,
tl". 3. + sweater, slacks, ponchos, etc.
: Stop K 68 Opel Kadett 1195
III
Light ....LUZIER COSMETICS, all available, at Radio and heater;
t:
t > Past special discount prices. Kadett $ '895Radio
N = D og K 67 Opel

8 Track ..'..Handmade BARBIE clothes' (perfect for and Heater.
4 g- ell: Jax Christmas giving) at $1.50 ea. ji)

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:' 394 STILES AVENUE ORANGE PARK, 1150 Line Ava., So. Phone 781-5511

4"' b 4"17 1 .!1 ".f Open Dally Ito 8:30. 8to5
: Saturday
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Football V.174 '140

Our congratulations to coach VA V-4S.83 137'/j 133'
VA.81 124
: Don Jackson and the VA-174 VA.87 122Vj'
'hellrazors' who picked up all the AMD 110
marbles in the ComFairJax Operations 89
Marines 87Va
tournament. Admin 84
After absorbing a very wet 61-0, VA-46 64
I .K'' I soaking in theralnat the hands of
5 fs VA-174, coach Tom Smith of VA-83 Master Plumber Tom Puckettof
I sTOP exacted a measure of vengence in Puckett's Pathethic Plumbersis
a coup nearly as momentous as pleased to announce that
theft of the Army mule would be Dental has raised their point totalto
on the eve of an Army-Navy minus 3 points In the race for ( )
game. he somehowmanageditospirit last place in the Captains Cup.
KEGLERS-Winners of the First Military Women and away. VA-174's cham- Bowling
Dependents Bowling Tournament held at Cecil Field display trophies pionship trophy. Mr. Smith National League: Stilley ((554)),
i awarded them by Capt. F.M. McLInn, Cecil C.O. First row (left to rubbed salt in the wound by Miller ((534)) and Roberts ((528))
right) are Carol Cowan, Shirley Kinney, Louise Waters and Pearl leaving the 'Hellrazors' holdingthe recorded high series for the
Stankalfls,team champions second row Theo Decker all events runnerup Smith bauble. evening. WESLEY MEYERS (I
"" champ Capt. McLinn and Louise Cadenhead, assistant tournament P.S.-Mr. graciously promised him that if he ever
with
returned the
director In last trophy, along a broke 200 we'd put his name in
the row are Peggy Finger singles champ Louise
stern lecture to a Don Jackson
Anderson and Marie Ross, doubles champs Mona Groff, tournament who had commenced to feel the boldface capitals and even spell it
director and Ed Groff head of Cecil special services right) rolled the high game of the
of ulcer.
pangs a premature evening with a 211. He was
followed by Ramos ((203)) and
Want Ads Pay Golf Eschete ((202)), Standings:

VA-45, winner of the Gold BOQ 22.2
League, teed off against NAMTD, Dental Medical 16.8 15.9
champions of the Blue League, Ops 15.9
for the Station championship. P.P. No. 2 15.9 '
The 'Blackbirds' showed their Admin 14.10
ftinun n no V-174NO. 1 13.11
class as they won by the narrow NAMTD 12.12
MILITARYAUTOMOBILEI margin of 6V2 to 51h. Weps 8.16
The VA-45 team consists of Cdr. Air Frames 5.19
I HI Paganelli, Lt. Hingleman, Lt. VA-174 P.P.No.2 No. 2 4.20 5.19
Lee, Lt. Hassle and a nondesciprtCPO
named Roberson, ('non-
RANKS ft AGES
descript because he is unkown American League: The Mighty
LOW RATESEASY PAYMENT PLAN outside of local golfing circles). Midget has been shelved for the
Xerox Copies Notary Public past few days with a case of
AMERICAN SERVICE MUTUAL INS'CO. Captain's Cup pneumonia which left himbedridden.
He bestired himself TRADE"I
CONTINENTALINSURANCE As competition for possessionof long enough to report that 10 of :
the coveted Captains' Cup his 'fantastic keglers' broke 500.
UNDERWRITERS races down the backstretch The Midget, (bowling's George
toward the wire, a once com- Gipp) even managed< to come up ;
6479 placent VA-174 finds itself being with a 532 despite running a high
Roosevelt Blvd. I 388.7 676 !' NearN.A.S. pushed hard by VA-45,VA-83, VA- temperature and threatening to ;
81 and VA-87. Only two events pass out on the lanes. Four 200
remain in this years race: squash games were rolled. VA-45 No. 3's
and table tennis. Standings: Barney Sewart of recent softball





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Editor's note: The following playing fields of many sports. We holiday. There are sights to be ursleeves.
traffic safety article was written hold production records, we hold seen in an emergency room that
by former Navy Doctor, Lt. speed records, we have a recordof you will never be able. to erase
Harry Kennedy, and Is reprinted high literacy, we hold world from your mind.
here In part as It appeared In the records in nearly every sport, but
'Sublant Quarterly Information this DEATH record is one that we The sight of a drunken father,
Bulletin. can do without. sobbing over his young daughterwho
Both as a medical student and lost an arm in a traffic accident -
We are justly proud of our as an intern'in Springfield, Ohio, which he had caused. I'
country and all that she stands the days in an emergency room will never forget this case,
for, and are also proud of the that I hated the most were the because I was the first to see her;
things which she has been able to holidays. This isn't only my and I was in the operating room
accomplish in time of war and experience, but that of any doctor when she died on the.operating
peace, in factories and on the who has had ER duty on.a big'' table from internal bleeding that
we couldn't stop..

I remember' a beauty queen
from Wittenburg College in
Springfield, who had been out
with her' :date looking for
something to do on New Years 1911
Eve and decided that it would be
fun to try all the one-way streets . .. .for

the wrong way. They were '1971'PINTO TUDOR. 1600 CC ENGINE, BUCKET
eventually stopped, by ,,a truck, SEATS, VINYL TRIM, .SPEED TRANS.
when his went under it.Hewas'killed .
Triumph
'
MISSION' FLOOR MOUNTED SHIFT LEVER,
instantly,but it was HEATER AND DEFROSTER....
her that I remember. To describe
.'her now seems almost humorous.
She had lost her right ear and her 1,0
nose.She eventually lost the sight ,
tad, aE of. one eye. Her face was
disfigured' to the point where PER MONTH
E ,k .even a doctor was horrified at her 36 EQUAL
:appearance. PAYMENTSThis
That's an awful price to pay fora
few drinks,and a few kicks on a
holiday weekend. When the little payment bated on cash price of 12074.37 In
girl'' died in Richmond, I cried down payment of$374.37 In ashortr'dI.ln, of.equalvaiui.
AIR STATION GUEST-RAdm. Kenneth C. Wallace (center);the because I could see my daughter .,The deferred'payment price It 1983.60
recently installed commander Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla 11, Is lying there on the table. And that THE ANNUAL'PERCENTAGE
greeted upon his arrival at the air station by RAdm; Lawrence girl. from' Springfield, I often RATE IS 10.20,PERCENT
Heyworth, Jr., commander Fleet Air Jacksonville andNASCO Capt. wonder and worry how she will
John R. Klnclad. Folllowing a visit with RAdm. Heyworth, RAdm.
ever be able to face the world. All pRICt's INCAtjONRANSPAL
Wallace was hosted on a tour of the station. this I feel for the people that I ? DUVAL
don't even know. Please drive ER
carefully'all of, the time, and I MOTORS
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: the Jacksonville area, and each day an average of 15
l I have breakdowns while from 12 to 15 are in the shop for

AF tune up or repair.

From locomotives to bicyclesall ..
are repaired by trained servicemen, handles dlesel-
II mechanics at the station main. powered equipment including
..
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1t'J' ,' ': ........'". tenance shops, located in tractors, busses, locomotives
..!. i.}....,..1.{ buildings 105 and 195. Two and bicycles.
departments, automotive repair Altogether there are 27
I and heavy equipment shops, mechanics all ex-servicemen.
maintain lawn mowers, cars, W.L. Bradley is foreman over all
t E 't'I: I-, forklifts, jet engine starters, maintenance.'The .
,1. trucks of all sizes, jeeps and average mechanic here,'
Kalamazoos (vehicles made in he says, is more ,experiencedthan
_..J'4; Kalamazoo, Mich and used by most mechanics. Each has
NARF for parts delivery.) at least 27 years of experienceand
II The automotive shop, with 15 can handle any type of repair
automotive mechanics and three problem: from tune ups to trans
automotive servicemen, main. missions or engine overhauls.He .
I tains and repairs gasoline engine must be able to work on many
vehicles while the heavy different models.'
equipment shop, with seven The department has an apprentice
mechanics and two' automotive
I __ ___________ mu_ ___Um_______ .-. .....- ...-. training receive program
; .. ,. ,. whereby newcomers on-
> '
ENGINE TUNEUP-Chirles McFadden at the automotive repair \ ..Jftmtf /; "',.. II, the-job training under super.
shop analyzes truck engine before it receives an engine tuneup. This ;vf ; \ !, ...r vision of the shop's expert
Is preventive maintenance and every station vehicle receives : f'rV;.,,:i:y,: >.' mechnics. Men receive trainingin
pt :" .
)
't: : skills here while
t check.BANKAMERICARDAMBRICAN general they
a periodical ,,: ;; ; t
,thi4j:r: { may be sent off for specialized
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EXPRESStSTANDARDOILMASTERCHAROE >/ "' Michigan with schooling paid
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Credit Cards HonorldROOSEVELT for by the government.The .
U shop foreman keepsa
b HAIL library of, auto manuals for
interested mechanics who wantto
keep up-to-date with the latest
developments in automotive

r car wash I repair.'The repair shop is busy all the

time,' says foreman Bradley
'Figuring that frequent checkupscost
r less in time and money than
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
repairs, preventive,maintenanceor
HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM PM's are a great part of the
work load.'
,4 Vehicles are brought in on a
regular schedule for routine
checkups. Each shop has an
4 4b inspector who checks over each
incoming vehicle for possible
$. repair needs, then an estimator

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(Continued from Page 12)) HEAVY a huge engine heavy
duty repair shop, mechanicWIIber Irish grinds values for installing MAJOR CREDIT CARDS HONORED
figures up the cost for repairs piston rings while (below) AOAN Jim Mathis observes as mechanic MINIMUMAGE21 FREE NATIONWIDE RESERVATION SERVICE
(The FY-70 estimate per vehicle '...wl. Bowen works on a tractor lawn mower or bush hog DOWNTOWN AIRPORT NASrtlAYPORT
, is a little more than two cents a 354.9001 764-3583 246.4801 or 246-8104
mile including costs of labor, : 4f,. fZ; Main Duval Road '
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parts, and records.) When (,>s J', ,"JU :-ifl '1.,'}
wages > m s.I. s.
1 t >> l"'> We rent General Motors and other fine cars
the mechanic takes over, at leasta ,,,,'.". ,,i I.#4'r, <\'\ 'I( kif1\ 4' f t
day is required to put out the I f'" tri'JI
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lubrication oil change ">' ''
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The safety check is an important
part in preventive %JMATADOII S
maintenance Brakes are
checked every 4000 miles and a
tune up is due after 12,000 miles APARTMENTS,

The shop also makes service
calls about 25 a day'in the area u.e
and for out-of-state breakdowns.A o l ICI I!

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I:. Cecilite Wins Grid TestJax -



Another Cecilite Weekly winners will receive a CLIPPINGS::: I i Last Week II-0 ,
captured the Jax Air News handsome trophy, while the top ;

Latwinger You Pick Urn prognisticator will earn a trophy, Season: 79 Percent
plus a pair of tickets to the Gator
contest with a 8-2 record. fowl
by Paul Mahla
This week's champ is AOAN R. I
Y YIC
A Brown, who was one of two A;'
contestants that with 8-2 li liaiiaiiaiSlliaiPia.[ .f .h7 ir I i L1C C1C1
came up 'IJIJIJIJLSJ L:=.IL:= := L:= .I L:=.I===""' ''''''''''''''- -- -- --
marks. Memo to the Orange Bowl for a break.even season. Kansasis unsteady so far this season, but
I Brown predicted a 28.21 Committee, match up Notre 5 .. 3, and with Colorado, seems to play well as the underdog
to I;{A w 4
l' Washington win over Oregon, Dameand Auburnor the greatestOB Oklahoma and Missouri left. QB Manning has stated
while runner-up Don Goodwin of Classic ever. There would be Colorado looks like their best that he wants to win the Houston

NAS Jacksonville's Public Works .4 t only one problem with such a chance of assuring a winning game more than any other one,
s Department thought a 2M guess game, the folks in Miami would season. Colorado has played the and he must if he is to have a shot
\ would be a winner on the contest. have to rent every folding chair better schedule of the two, so I at the Heisman Trophy. The
The Oakland Kansas City tie in the state of Florida to seat all like the Buffaloes by 5 to win a Rebels were open last week, so

messed up every ballot,while the the ,fans. With ,the competition game which means much to both they should be well prepared.
California South Carolina tilt between college and pro football, teams. They say three's a charm, Ole
also produced another often this game would compete head LSU AT Miss to win over Houston.
i missed by this week's 400 contestants -
up with the Super Bowl to be ALABAMAThe
Now for some Important
played in the same city two
and that
conference some
Another often missed games
game weeks later. television game of the
was the Florida A & M vs.. Going into the ninth week of the week, and it should'be a fine one. will put the Bowl selection
committees to work In the ACC
Tuskegee clash. season, there are still 10 major Both teams have provided big
'/ Local pigskin prognosticators college teams undefeated. This is surprises lately.LSU by beating Duke takes a giant step by
Wake Forest.In the Big
ij are reminded that only three far too many on the average, so Auburn, and Alabama dumping defeating
weeks of competition are left for look for some big surprises Houston, in the Dome no less. Eight play, Nebraska stays
unbeaten Iowa St. and
this year's You Pick-Urn con- during the next two weeks. Again this season, LSU has against ,
testants. If no double winner is AOAN Brown Teams going all the way, look shown it has good depth and Missouri to edge Oklahoma. In
crowned, our 10 weekly winners Big Ten play, Northwestern over
Their
like Nebraska, Dartmouth, many strong linemen.
... Winner
Contest Minnesota to nail
will vie for this year's top honor. Arizona State, and Texas. Notre passing game is starting to come Michigan
Illinois and Michigan State to
Dame and Ohio St. have excellent around and they should present a ,
defeat Purdue. Notre Dame
chances also. The only two un balanced offense the rest of the
traditional for Pitt and will 7.
defeated schedules to play each season. QB Scott Hunter of go
-- other are Ohio St. and Michigan.Let's Alabama has proven he can get 0;ditto Air Force against Oregon.

hope they remain that way the job done with this years team.
until they meet, since it will be a Against Miss. St. last week he hit
nationally televised game. 1727. However, 'Bama's biggest Girl: "Was the shirt I gave

offensive punch is RB Johnny you enough for?!" your birthday big

SYRACUSE AT ARMY Musso who gained 159 yds and 3 Boy: "I can't answer-I'm all
TD's last weekend. This week he choked up!"
Mobile Home Owners The Orangemen have their own will face the best rushing defensein

1M OJ ow plans for the Lambert Trophythis the country, and the No. 2
year. They took a big step scoring defense in the nation in
CALL GAINEY! Saturday whipping Pitt, the other LSU. The Tigers will force

contender for that award in the Alabama to go to the passing FOR RENT
New
f For Estimate on a East. Syracuse must beat Army game, and I don't think the Tide

and West Virginia, while Pitt has can throw consistently againstthis ORANGE PARK
.. Boston College and Penn St. Pitt team. It's at Tuscaloosa but
should have a better season this one should result in a close LIONS CLUBfor

Gas or Oil Furnace record, but Syracuse will defeat win for the Bengals. Be sure
the Army and stay in contentionfor to watch it.
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How They 're' StandingBowling Three Squads Clash for


i Golf

American League American LeagueR's Station Intramural Crown

Raiders 30-6 .833 NARF 7.2 .773
M's Marauders 24.12 .667 VP-45 6.3 .667
Gold 22.14 .611 VW-4 4l4-3Vi ..625 Jax-ComFalr, NARTU and Mole earned another In the win. Bill Berries, Bob Williams and
If' King Pins 22.14 .611 Cadureus 4.3 .571 Marine Barracksarefightingitout Lucius Boddie scored twice and Ed Graves earned a TD apiece to
Gunho 20.16 .556 MAHTD 4.3 .571 this week for the station intramural Jim Atwell scored AlrOpsfinal elevate NARTU into the National
Officers 17.15 .531 NATTC /2-3'/2 .500 football championship. game of the season. League's top spot.
Afees No 2 17.19 .472 NARTU 3.4 .429 ComFair, winner in American VVV-4 22, Flceur 8: The MARTD 6MarineBarracks 0:
I Bean Burners 161/2.191/2.459 FAW-11 2.5 .286 League, faced the National Hurricane Hunters closed their The Barracks' Marines had the
(Head PinsMarBar 14.18 .438 Hospital 2.5 .286 League's number two finisher. season on a winning note with chance to get back into a first
1V2-241/2 .324 MATSG 2.6 .250 Marine Barracks last evening.The Jackie Mole, John Brown and place tie withNARTUbut failed
winner of the games meets Autry Wilson providing the Tony Boyer turned the trick with
Continental League National League NARTU at 4:30: this afternoon for scoring punch Mike Glenn a second half MARTD touch
the title. VP-45, the second place chalked up the final 1970 Ficeur down ,
Mad Foxes No.1 25.11 .694 FICEUR 8.1 .889 finisher in the American League, touchdown.
MRTD No. I 22.10 .688 VP.5 61r .1V2 .857 was forced to drop out of the MATSG 5, VP-45 0: Pat Lang A IEA1Y M.c's .
Trainers 23.13 .639 Supply 4.3 .571 playoffs becuse of a deployment shot across for the winning touch
Chokers 20'2.11,636 A.C Malnt. 5-4 .556 intramural gameslast week; down in the second half to im
Quake 21.15 .583 Weapons 5-4 .556 VW-4 38.AirOps 18: Jim Kafka prove the Marines record to 7.5 '
Chiefs 20.16 .556 FAETU 'Hl.3Ih .444 and Don Flemming each scored a for the 1970 season i
Hunters 20.16 .556 679th 4-4 .500 pair of six-pointers, and Jackie NARTU 20, Marine Barracks: \ wN
CPO's 20.16 .556 Comm. 2.5 .286
1 ars 16.16 .500 Admin 0.6 -
Pin SpUtters 16Ifl.191a .459 AlrOps 0.7 District FootballOn CUPPEr' CRAFT'S/LVERL/NE/ / r


Atlantic League Hand Ball Tap Next WeekJaxThe MERCRUISER STERNDRIVES

Alley Cats 26.10 .722 Medical 50 1000
Good&BadEngineers 25.11 .694 NARTU 4.1 .800 Ii MERCURY
23.13 .639 AirOps 3.2 .600 largest number of Entries to date include OUTBOARDS
Bee's 22Vz-13 .622 MARTD 2.3 .400 teams ever to enter a Sixth Naval Memphis Navy, Jax Navy, .t ftM .Wi;
Pin Benders 22.14 .611 VW-4 1-4 .200 District sports tournament are Mayport,Cecil Field, Charleston, EXPERT r:
Foggy Five 201/2.151/2 .568 MarBar 0.5 expected here next week for the S.C. Weapons Station, NAS REPAIR :
Third Framers 17.19 'OJ .472 kick off of the 1970 Sixth Naval Glynco, NAS Albany, Naval Base SHOP Ij::i
Round Five 161/x19'/2.459 Football District touch football tour. Key West, Charleston Navy, TRAINED FACTORY :
Torp Tuners 15.21 .417 nament. Naval Communications Training MECHANICS I
Blue 14.22 .387 Amerlcn Station Athletic Director Frank Center Pensacola, Naval Air ..
League McCaffrey said Tuesday that 14 Basic Training Command :

National League ComFalr 10.2 .833 teams have signed up for the Pensacola, Orlando Training 264.9835
VP-45 tournament which begins Center, NAS Atlanta, and NAS
Blue 27.9 .750 MATSG 8-4 7.5 .583.667 Monday at 11 a.m.. and ends Meridian, Miss.Football INLET MARINE
GEM 23.13 .639 VA-203 Saturday, Nov. 14. fans from area ,
6-6 .500 Sails I Strvlct
679th 23.13 .639 679th The tournament will be playedin commands are invited to attendall
AOMD 20.16 .556 Comm. 4.8 4.8 .333.333 the NATTC picnic area on two games and support their Hwy 17 Orange Park
Uncles 18>/2172 .514 yP-5 210National .167 newly built fields. favorite squad.
Radar 17 18.18 .500
Legal 17/2-0'/2 .486 League IILOW
Paid Folk 17.19 .472
MARTDFlap 17.1 .472 NARTU 9.3 .750
Jax 16.20 .444 MarBar 8.4 .667
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Hospital 7.5 .583 OVERHEAD t !

PIng Pong FICEUR 5.7 .417
VW-4 5.7 .417
NATTC (C) 10.1 .909
MABTD 5.7 .417
Zeners 9-1 .900
AlrOps 3.9 .250 '
Flyers 7.2 .773
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Hellrazors Take ComFair'




Title, Drop VA-83, 61-0


Hellrazors 135,Opponents12: plonshlp game, 610. son, John Pueschel, Pat Duncan ;
That's the impressive scoring This week the Hellrazors are in and George Worsham all scoredin \ 4'k
,4 margin VA-174 racked up in Charleston, S.C., where they're aiding the Hellrazor win.
running away with the Commander playing in the Atlantic Fleet Jackie Mole came up with the ,,
', Fleet Air Jacksonvilletouch Forces Afloat Tournament lone Hurricane Hunter touchdown -
football tournament here Monday, the squadron knockedoff .
last week. the USS Forrest Royal, 47-8, VA-83 13, VW-4 : Scott Celani k
,
The Hellrazors jumped on VA- and then in an afternoon affair, notched a pair of Rampagerscores
83, 46-6, in the opening game of tripped the USS Orion, 39-19, in while Don Fleming
,, the double elimination tour- Atlantic Fleet play, turned in a like performance for
nament, crushed VW-4, 28-6, and After their initial loss, VA-83's the Hurricane Hunters '
then let all the stops out in Rampagers bounced back to beat Deadlocked 6-6at the half, and1212 9 iF';(
r creaming VA-83 in the cham- VA-45, 42-24, behind the two at the end of regulation play,
touchdown performance of Bill the attack''' squadron won the
Jax Links Ellweln. Mark Dievendorf, Jim game on the penetration rule that b ac
Hickman and Scott Celani also breaks ties. The win, put the
scored for the Rampagers VA-45 Rampagers into the cham
TryoutsScheduled TDs were scored by Dick Aungst, pionship contest against VA-174.
t SteveDavis and Wayne Solsberg. Eight Hellrazors scored in,the
In other ComFair tournament 61.0 championship game in'' a
u games: pouring rain to take the, top
t V-174 28, VW-4 6; Gary John- trophy back to Cecil.
Jax-Golfers on active duty
attached to the air station and all RUN AWAY-An elusive
tenant commands are invited to Hellrazor runner'' eludes VA-83 the '
Bring children
try out for the Jax Navy golf You Pick-Urn defenslveman during VA074's to see..
squad which will soon be playinga runaway, 61.0, win over VA-83 In
full shcedule of matches to be the Com Fair Jax touch football 'WINNIE.the-POOH'
announced in the near'future. tournament championship'game
Presented
Qualifying will consist of 36- at HAS Jax last Thursday. at
holes of medal play with 18-hole Name Rank.Title .__. scene was repeated ,throughout FORREST HIGH SCHOOLthe
rounds to be played on Nov. 14 contest as the Hellrazor's Auditorium November 14.
potent offense penetrated Two Shows, 10:00: & 1::00
and 15 at the station
golf course
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