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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: November 19, 1970
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL 28 NO. 35 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 19, 1970 Main Gate will be limited .,
beginning Monday morning due .
to scheduled heavy road con ,
USO Program: PKY LIBRARY struction on Roosevelt Blvd.
\ ; which will continue for about two ;.c.:
4 V4_ s weeks just outside the gate.
St. AngurtiitfWDec.
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$ Construction will affect the \
normal morning and afternoon \,
traffic, and until further notice :-
5 as Pal DayJax NAS motorists must use two
incoming lanes from 6 a.m. til 3 "
and outgoing lane at the
one
.. Area servicemen and their guests are invited to tour St. p.m. I
Main Gate. Two lanes of afternoon -
Augustine and its many historic attractions free of charge courtesy of
traffic (from til
the local USO on the annual Pal Day Dec. 5. 3pm.
5:45: p.m.) will be diverted to the
Tours of the natlon'a oldest North Gate from McFarland onto
horse drawn also serve a free ham dinner,at
city by carriagesand Albemarle Ave., west of Hangar
trailer trains and sightseeingat the Lyceum, on south St. GeorgeSt. 1000.
the many ancient museums, from 3:30: to 6:30: p.m.

historic houses, alligator farms, For the convenience of visitors, Motorists going south must "<
Hispanic gardens and the parking for buses and cars will be continue to enter and leave "
marineland are just a few of the available at the Visitor's Information through the West Gate. (at the I
many attractions that will be Center located a block west end of Birmingham Ave.)
available free of charge on this north of the Old City Gates at 10 "tj
day to servicemen in uniform and Castillo Dr. Trailer trains,
their families.To carriages and buses will departthe Paper Out WednesdayJax

assist servicemen and their center frequently during the
day, with buses providing round .. Due to the
families USO aides will be
trip to Thanksgiving holiday next
transportation
stationed throughout the city and
Marineland. Thursday, the Jax Air
at the various attractions, and News will be distributed .
USO information points will be Transportation to and from St. aboard the air station
WRECKING DETAIL-Air Station SeaBees with tractors
equipped available in the information
Augustine for NAS military
tnd cranes clear the way for a new parking lot to be built across the center at the USO club in the Wednesday, Nov. 25.
personnel only is being arrangedfor Deadline for next week's
street from the Main Exchange. Members of the Construction Bat. ,
Museum.As .
Lightner Pal and times
Day departure
tallion undertook the protect of tearing down Buildings 954 and 955 in paper will be Monday at
will be published in next week'sissue instead of
noon Tuesday.
with Self
cooperation the Jax Help Program. host for the day the USO will of Jax Air News.

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Jax-Adm. Elmo R. Zum- in neat clothing but he said motorcycles will
walt has taken anot.bermpe styles are at variance with the be permitted entry to Navy
at what he terms demeaning :taste of their seniors. Nor willI facilities the same as
regulations in his continuingeffort countenance any personnel automobiles, and motorcycle
to pluck the Navy cleanof being in any way penalized :, p parking areas will be
'chicken regs.' during the time they are provideaHe also said if head
In issuing 2-Gram 57 last growing beards, moustachesor gear meets safety standards,
week, the Chief of Naval sideburns.' entry toinstallationswill not be
Operations said, 'Mickey WORKING UNIFORMSCNO denied because of helmet'
Mouse' or'chicken' regs have, ordered that enlisteds be color.
in my judgment, done almostas allowed to wear clean working OVERNIGHT LIBERTY -
much to cause uniforms to and from work as The requirement for a special
dissatisfaction among our policy throughout the Navy. request chit for overnight
personnel as have extended FACILITY ACCESS .. liberty will be stopped.
family separation and low pay Working uniforms, dungarees, ,1//'; (Formerly required in some
scales.' and flight suits are authorizedin ,'. AWIpI overseas areas). Exceptionsto
I While issuing 13 policy all Navy commissaries, the policy will be made only
i changes, Adm. Zumwalt exchanges, snack bars, for extraordinary circumstances .
wrote in Z-57, 'I desire to dispensaries, disbursing offices and then only
I eliminate many of the most and other service type upon the determination of the
I abrasive policies, standardize facilities, and no one will be .I' senior officer present.
others which are inconsistently denied entrance for being in i .'5i4'L
enforced, and the 'improper' uniform, /_ DIRTY WORK Line
I provide some general assuming those worn are 1 ::; handlers, refueling parties,

guidance which reflects my clean, neat, and in good ._% topside watch standers in
conviction that if we are to condition. inclement weather, boat
I place the importance and EVENING MEAL DRESS crews in heavy weather, and
responsiblity of 'the person' in The requirement for officers I \\ others engaged in work which
I proper perspective in the and men to shift into the would unduly soil or damage
more efficient Navy we are uniform of the day for the (I whites or blues will be
seeking, the worth and per evening meal will be discontinued, except for the
I sonal dignity of the individual discontinued, except for most unusual of ceremonial
must be forcefully reaf ceremonial or other special occasions.
I firmed.' I occasions or by decision of the FORWARDING CHITS -
CNO said the following group of personnel involved. kict'i3i t Request chits from in-
I policy changes are effectiveS UNIFORMS IN CLUBS At R....Nlf/IIsfmJ'..... dividuals will be forwarded up
'" immediately and will be least one room of every of. the chain of command. If the
'"* amplified by more detailed ficer, CPO and EM club shall Chicken fag-PlucKed Clew chit must be disapproved, the I '
implementing directives to be permit the wearing of informal reason will be so stated, but .
issued separately: and casual clothes the chit will be expeditiously
I PERSONAL APPEARANCE (sport shirt) and air station J I forwarded anyway.
'In the case of clubs shall similarly permit BEHAVIOR CNO said he
II haircuts, sideburns, and flight suits in at least one room GUNDECKING CNO said possession sufficient funds or does not suggest a more I
I contemporary clothing styles, of each club.UNIFORM. he doesn't want to see ships to acknowledge geographical lenient attitude toward :
I I my view is that we must learn OPTIONS freshly painted strictly limitations for' leave (except irresponsible behavior. But he 4
to adapt to changing fashions.. Where optional uniforms are because' he, happens to visit from Vietnam), to produce said he thought general I
will not countenance rights specified by area commanders them. He described the property passes or to show a policies should not be dictated -:
II privileges of any officers or the uniform will be practice as 'poor command walking chit have been bytheneedtoconstralnafewIndividuals ,
men being abrogated optional to individuals, and discretion' and prohibited the eliminated throughout the 'who do not "
any way because they not the local commander, practice for any senior officer naval service. respond to the trust and
to grow sideburns or except for special occasions, visits. MOTORCYCLES CNO confidence expressed in more
tin trimmed beards or such as inspections, where CHITS DEEP SIXED The thinks safety regulations flexible and less restrictive
" or because uniformity is required. requirements to certify should be strictly enforced. regulations.' ..
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be considered an official expression of any military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not .'

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' >;EDITORIAL A Top Tournament .


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The final whistle has blown, ending the Sixth Naval

District Football Tournament for another year. oow

Defending champions Cecil Field topped the 14

teams that arrived at NASJax Nov. 8 to begin aweek of

competition for the title.

It was the largest number of teams ''ever to enter a !

Sixth Naval District double eliminatiorftouhiament in
AIR STATION
NAVAL
any sport. It placed an extra burden on the people here 4 Ai+

who conducted the affair, and an outstanding job they Saturday Mass 5 P.M. Sunday

did, too! Mass- 8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass

The handling of the numerous details that make up Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday

such a large tournament from banquet planning to through Friday 11:30: A.M.
Confessions .
laying out fields and coordinating the teams' activities '' Saturday 10:30:
11:15: A.M.
during their stay required about as much planning as t L k NATTC

a minor fleet exercise. All details were handled in a L\- Sunday Mass -9:30: A.MWdg. 500

superb fashion.

The behind the. scenes planning by Mr. Frank L

McCaffrey, Athletic director, and the daily work of Sunday Worship 10 A.M.

keeping the fields in top condition by the Special Services -

ground crews drew praise from the players ProtestantNAVAL

even from those who were knocked out of the tournament

early in the week.

The interest generated in the tournament gives added FtMIeA AIR STATION

emphasis to expanding football to All Navy com JOWC CHRISTMAS BAZAAR -- JOWC members Doris SeMen, Sue

petition. Fourteen teams came to Jax looking for a Sourbeer (chairman) and Marian Thomas (membership chairman) Sunday

chance to represent the district in the East Coast In- show a few of the many hand made gifts that will be on sale at their Communion
Christmas bazaar and luncheon from 10 a.m. ill 3 p.m. Wednesday, Holy 8:30: A.M.
vitational this week in Norfolk. It would be in keeping Bldg.750 ChurchSchoolall( ages)
and home baked goodieswill
items
Dec. 2 at the officers' club. Boutique -
with the interest of the sport to expand touch football to 9:00: A.M.
be contributed by several NAS commands and luncheon will be
the All Navy level. Junior Church (nursery grade
served from 11 a.m. til 2 p.m.at$2.25 per person. Husbands are invitedto
NAS Jacksonville would be an outstanding selectionas loin their wives for lunch and shopping and bring friends and neigh 6)) 10 A.M. Divine Worship Ser-

host site for the First All Navy touch football bors. vice 10 A.M. Bldg. 750 Junior
Youth Fellowship 1 P.M. Bldg.
tournament should the sport move to that level of 722 Senior Youth Fellowship 1:30:

competition. P.M. Bldg. 722.


Jl&JWl Tuesday

Christian Science Service 7
P.M.


The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different Tuesday
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
5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551 serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a,m.; Senior Choir Rehearsal P.M.
b dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m.; supper 0 5:00: p.m. to 6:15.: Both Dining halls observe Bldg. 750
the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast 4:30: a.m. to
8:30: a.m.; brunch 9:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to 5:30: p.m.
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 NATTC
cents;dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents!

Divine Worship 11 A.M. Bldg.

; Friday, November 20 Fried Chicken, Cream Chicken 500
Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Cornbread
BREAKFAST Buttered Grits Dressing, Buttered Green Peas,
; ; : Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Polonaise Cauliflower, Yellow Pound
Order, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Cake.
Grilled Bologna, Fish Fillets, Eggs Au SUPPER-Pea Soup, Beef Pot Pie, Traffic
Gratin, Hash Brown Potatoes, Maple Boiled Franks, French Fried
Bars. Potatoes, Steamed Sauerkraut,,
DINNER.-Oyster Stew, Shrimp Buttered Broccoli Spears, Chocolate Violations
Curry Condiments, Roast Pork, Cup Cakes with Fudge Icing.
Brown Pork Gravy, Tossed Green
Rice, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Buttered Tuesday,November 24
Broccoli Spears, Pineapple Pie.
SUPPER-Shrimp Gumbo, Pot ?BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Hard Jax-The following is a report
Roast of Beef, Vegetable Gravy, Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order,, of motor vehicle accidents and
n. f r %/yury'; Mashed Potatoes, Lyonnalse Wax French Toast, Baked Sausage Patties, traffic violations for the of
period
Beans, Club ,
Spinach Blueberry Pie. Eggs AuGratln,Hash Brown Potatoes,
Glazed Pershlngs. Nov. 2-Nov. 8.Number.
Saturday, November 21 DINNER-Onlon Soup, Pan Roast of
Beef, Brown Beef Gravy, Steamed of Accidents
EARLY BREAKFAST Oat. Rice, Mashed Potatoes, Seasoned
meal, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggsto Green Beans, Tomatoes & Okra,,
Order, French Toast, Griddle Strawberry Shortcake with Whipped This week 6
Cakes, Choice of Grilled Bacon, Hamor Topping. This week a year ago 8
Minute Steaks, Hash Brown SUPPER Vegetable Soup, Bar.
Total accidents this 281
,. Potatoes, Blueberry Muffins. becued Corn Beef, Lyonnalse year
BRUNCH-Frled Eggs to Order, Potatoes, Buttered Carrots, FriedCabbage Total accidents through this
3' Breakfast Meat, Grilled Hamburgersor Fruit Jello with ,Whipped period last year ,379
: .: : Cheeseburgers, French Fried
Topping. Total number of days sincle last
Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans,
STUNNING SMILE Starlet Joan Hayward always slips into Iced Cinnamon Twists. Wednesday, November 25 injury in a motor vehicle accident
something comfortable when indoors on a cold winter's day. She ,SUPPER-Bralsed Pork Chops, 44
reminds one and sundry to bundle up when outdoors in freezing Brown Gravy; Steamed Rice, Savory BREAKFAST-Cornmeal Mush, Number of days since an injury
conditions, however Bread Dressing Bolted Navy Beans, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to last year at this time 166
Baked Corn and Tomatoes, Devil'sFood Order, Griddle Cakes, Grilled Ham
Cake with Mocha Icing. Slices, Minced Beef, Hash Brown
Potatoes, Iced Bear Claws. Number of Violations
Sunday, November 22 DINNER-Tomato Rice Soup, Steak
JTAX AIR NEWS Encasserole, Brown Pan Gravy, This week 73
EARLY BREAKFAST Farina, Rissole Potatoes, Fried Rice, But
Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to tered Lima Beans, Steamed Spinach, Speeding 4
Order, French Toast, Griddle Cakes, Banana Cake with Fluffy Icing. Reckless driving 0
Choice of Grilled Bacon, Ham or SUPPER-Potafo ,
Soup Grilled Going through stop sign 4
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Minute Pork Chops, Hash Brown Salmon Patties, Baked Veal & Pork Other Violations 65
Potatoes, Iced Double Snails. Loaf, Tomato
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Gravy, Home Fried
BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order Potatoes, Baked Macaroni & Cheese
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Breakfast Meat, Grilled Cheese Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Peanut f 29 drivers appeared before the
private firm All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NKU'S Sandwich, Submarine Sandwich, Butter Cake with Butter Cream Icing. Traffic Hearing Board on Nov.
French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips,
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Off" Box NAS
? 2. included
Baked Beans, Blackberry Pie. Thursday, November 12. Disposition of the cases
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publuutnn. iVcw.s SUPPER-Grllled Beef Steak, 26 the following:
items are welcomed from all sources 7elepho- ?"'." ,IIH or Mushroom Sauce, Baked Potato with BREAKFAST-Hot Wheat Cereal, 8 lost driving and parking
3119. Sour Cream, French Fried Potatoes, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried
Creamed Peas & Carrots, Buttered Order, French Toast, Grilled Eggs Lun to privileges aboard the station for
Brussels Sprouts Iced Layer Cake cheon Meat, Creamed Chipped Beef, various periods; 3 were assigned
Advertisement are solicitf.'d'hy the publisher; and uuc ",0 s with Butter Cream Icing. Hash Brown Potatoes, Swedish Tea to complete an eight-hour coursein
(concerning: such should be directed to Rings. remedial driving; 7 received

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Roast DINNER Turkey-Cream Log,of Turkey Turkey Gravy Soup,, suspensions; 14 were given

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Monday, November 23BREAKFAST.Hot Southern Sweet Potatoes, Mashed warnings; 7 were dismissed; 9
Potatoes, Creole Hominy, Buttered were fined (U.S. Commissioner);
Telephone 388.2755 Hominy Grits, Peas & Celery, Chocolate
Cream P1 and
Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to SUPPER-Minestrone e 0 were referred to commanding -
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Order, Griddle Cakes, Grilled Bacon Meat Sauce, Boiled Spaghetti Soup ,Italian officers for possible
VOL. 28 NO. 35 NOVEMBER 19, 1970 Slices, Minced Beef, Hash Brown Pie, Toasted Cuban Bread, O'Brien Pizza disciplinary action..
Potatoes, Glazed Butterfly Rolls. Summer Squash,
Seasoned o drivers assessed 0
DINNER-Chicken Rice Soup, Oven Beans, Chocolate Cream Pie. Snap traffic points. were



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Y beneficiary of my National Ser
gggR vice Life or U.S. Government
Life Insurance policy and later

marry, is my wife automaticallymy
beneficiary?
A-No. Written notice of any
beneficiary change, signed by
the insured, must be given to
the Veterans Administration.
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Q-When I married my husband -
a World War II veteran, I
I had two children who becamehis
'jr yp stepchildren. We were married
only five months before his <
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i 11i VA pension, and if not, would
i the children be eligible?
On November?, WO between the hours of 10a.m.and 11 a.m., LCdr.
AtY A-You, as a widow, would the thousandth hour in the A-7 air.
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one
not be eligible for a pension.But H. P. Kober of VA-8' .
6'M if the stepchildren were craft.
with and hus-
living you your Upon landing, LCdr. Kober met with a representative of the LTV
band, they would be eligible to
Corporation and the Commanding Officer of VA-81 who presented him
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VA office. ____ _._
TAKES OVER-Capt. T.T. Coleman accepts responsiblfty and -
command of NAS Cecil from Rear Adm. Heyworth as Capt. McLinn Q-I frequently see VA repossessed _
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Law Center BriefsEditor's Duty Swap Program


( Note: This is the first of a series of articles which will appear
in the Jax Air News concerning the ComFairJax Law Center, which Opens for Officers
opened for business in October 1969.)
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Law centers were established for the purpose of pooling Navy
lawyers, now known as judge advocates, in areas of high con- I Before now officers had no the individual's commandingofficer.
centration of naval personnel. means of exchanging duty .
Their principal functions are to assist commands in the administration ".,\.....". assignments and were unable to Requests which meet the
of military justice, to adjudicate claims, and to provide '" transfer from undesired locations eligibility requirements will be
legal assistance to naval personnel and their dependents. :.: until their tour was finished. Buta placed in special exchange of
The local law center occupies the southwest wing of the Administration ,1, new officer duty swap program duty files tailored to each officer
Building, Bldg. 1 NAS Jacksonville, and will soon be ;; implemented by the Chief of community (surface, submarine,
identified by a sign over the front entrance. Personnel assigned to the Naval Operations has altered aviation, restricted line, staff
law center include 10 Navy lawyers,five clerks and stenographers and FINAL SALUTE LCdr. that policy and permits officersso corps). When a match is made,
Horace P. former
four trained court reporters. Mallory desiring to exchange duty with orders will be prepared for the
The Military Justice Act of 1969 brought about many changes in training officer at NATTC's AO'A' another officer at their own officers concerned.Full .
military court-martial procedures, the most significant of which was School piped over the side expense. details concerning the
the requirement that every person referred to trial by special court- with his wife ending a career of The Officer Exchange of Duty Officer Exchange of Duty
martial must be represented by a qualified lawyer and that no special more than 30 years naval I service. Program is currently in effect on Program will be listed in a forthcoming
court-martial may adjudge a bad conduct discharge unless the court is Send Your Voice a six-month trial basis and is message.
presided over by another lawyer known as a military judge. controlled by the Officer
Under the new system the law center makes available to each Home for HolidaysJax Distribution Division in the
commanding officer convening a special court-martial, a trial team Bureau of Naval Personnel. Duty !;:,: .. .,. :M:{''W"1:
consisting of military judge, trial counsel, defense counsel and a court Are you expecting to swaps may be initiated by sub- v..< :<,' r"air': Pay
reporter.Cases are normally tried in the courtroom which is located in spend this Christmas away from mitting a written request to the I"I"U, :\ .I:<\. aMr...,2 .,.. ,..\.\,,"..,..a,.:. I): )
the center; although whenever cases involve a large number of home? Then give your family a Chief of Naval Personnel accompanied ,
witnesses, trials are held at NAS Cecil Field or as far away as NAS special gift and send holiday by an endorsement of
Albany, Ga. greetings by tape recorded -
Under another feature of the new law, accused persons may elect to message.
be tried before the military judge alone, similar to procedures in The NAS Public Affairs Office Mobile Home OwnersCALL
civilian courts. A vast majority of cases are tried by the judge alone will record 30 second messagesfor u!!
because accused persons know that a trained lawyer is in a better NAS Jax personnel by appointment -
position to understand complicated legal proceedings, and if the trial Wednesday Nov. 25 to GAINEYf'
results in a conviction, to adjudge a sentence appropriate to the circumstances be mailed to the Fleet Hometown
of the case.This system not only permits cases to be tried News Center for distribution to For EstImate on a New
more promptly,but also releases non-lawyer court members for other hometown radio stations.
duties. Each year FHTNC prepares lI8
Many of the court-martials tried by the law center involve the use, thousands of Christmas tapes
sale or transfer of marijuana, LSD and other drugs;and a high percentage from servicemen all over the Gas or Oil Furnace
of accused persons leave the Navy via the bad conduct world. The popularity of taped
discharge route. greetings has become SALES REPAIRS WARRANTY HONORED
The next, article will be on the subject of legal assistance widespread among hometown b
radio stations as well as families
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the year.If .
Buy Bonds you are among many who
II I would like to send your holiday
nNC9b MOBILE HOME SERVICE, HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
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Health Benefits Hike Is Signed, I + ; r-


Employees Pay Less on Premium fit



A law increasing the government contribution to premium costs of the Federal

Employees Health Benefits program from 24 to 40 per cent was signed by
President Nixon Sept. 25 and will affect premium rates Jan. 1971 now being

negotiated with the 38 plans participating in the Health Benefits Program.

During the past years employees -
and retirees have paid for the particular enrollment.The health insurance coverage, if he
increasingly more toward the dollar figure of the had a family enrollment.
total premium costs while the government contribution and the -Federal employees in the
government's contributions have cost to employees and retirees by Panama Canal Zone who are notS.
decreased due to increasing costsof individual plan will be announcedas citizens are now eligible for
health care and insurance.The soon as negotiations are coverage under both the Federal
new law requires the completed, which is expected to Employees Health Benefits
government contribution to be 40 be sometime this month. program and the Federal Employees *
per cent of the average of the This new law has other Group Life Insurance
high option premiums chargedby provisionsThe : program.Beginning. DOUBLE SUGGESTION .. Her suggestions for Improving
six of the largest plans for the survivor-annuitant of an Jan. 1,1971, certain processing procedures at the Data Processing Department won
type of enrollment self only or employee who dies after Sept. 25 retirees who retired before July Evelyn G. Culberson, an electronic accounting machine supervisor,
family but not more than 50 with as little as 18 months of 1, 1970, will be eligible for a two checks each for $20 presented by LCdr. Robert Kangas, Data
percent of the premium charged service may keep the employee's.. government contribution towardthe Processing Officer.Summer.
premium cost of Part B
p ,
(medical insurance ) of

Check Our Prices Before You Buy Medicare.Under the Retired Federal Job Tests Begin

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS to Servicemen Employee Health Benefits
program, certain retirees who Employment exams for be accepted.
.!h. ; : I retired before July 1, 1960, are summer jobs next year will be Applicants rated eligible in 1970
MOTOR HOMES entitled to receive a government given for job openings throughGS need not take the written test
TRAVEL TRAILERS contribution to help pay the 4, the Civil Service Com again unless they want to improve
wiiiiii premium for a qualified private mission has announced. their scores.
Designed from the Inside out TRAILBLAZERMOBILE health insurance policy or for the Candidates must apply now for Again this year there is a
'Uniform Plan' which the tests to be given Jan. 9, Feb. 13 special provision for students
Commission contracts for. and March 13. Applications with at least two years of collegeto
The new law puts Part B of postmarked after Feb. 3 will not qualify for summer employment
HOMES by Medicare in the same category as on the basis of out
a qualified private health insurance standing scholastic achievement
SKYLINEALSO policy.If a retiree elects Take Your Babyto without taking the written test.
the contribution to go toward his Applicants may obtain further
1 : i1mi'1'!!; Part B Medicare premium, he information along with application -
USED UNITS 7-10 YEAR FINANCING cannot also receive another forms at the Employment
contribution to a private policy or Office, Bldg. 907.
;; : -- the 'Uniform Plan.' Only one a Specialist
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Buffkln's ,I government contribution is Mad Foxes Hold

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Motor Homes of America these retirees the monthly WITH LOVING CARE Award Ceremony
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for a self-only enrollment or$7,00for
10366 BEACH BOULEVARD Jax-Thirty. four members of
a family. The monthly Part B Ref/eNII g'qao&
"WE TRADE" Medicare premium will be $5.30 Patrol Squadron Five were
for self-only or$10.60 for a couple. 9850 Atlantic Blvd. honored recently during an
award ceremony conducted at
the Fox's Den in Hangar 1000 by
Cdr. R. T. Thomas, commandingofficer.

.
AE2 P. N. Fergusonreceived a
Meritorious Unit Commendationand
a Navy Unit Commendationfor
services rendered with his
previous command, Helicopter
Training Squadron at Pensacola.
ADJC F. R. Kent, AOC J. E.
Fields, AX1 J. H. Holston, PR1
Roosevelt Mall's moonlight W. H. Sullivan, AMS2 G. E.
Mangold and AW2 R. A. Betchell
were presented with the Navy
r Good Conduct Award.
manianovember The following men, having met
the specified criteria, were
designated aircrewmen on the
P3A Orion aircraft; AWl L. E.
HEY 24th Friend,A WI R. E.Carey, AW3 T.
R. Stanley, ATR3 C. R. Brown,
1 ATR3 W. R. Hinton, AW2 D. G.
Schwerstein and AW2 D. E. Katz.
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Highlights of local celebrations of the Marine senior cake escourt. Celebrants at the Enlisted
I Marine Corps BallJax Corps' 195th Anniversary showat,( left) Lt. Col. LeeE. Men's ball (center photo)appear to be enjoying the
Blanchard,MATSG commanding officer,cutting party atmosphere at the Candlelight Club, while at
Long gowns and pants Kincaid, who addressed the the Chief's Club (right photo) Mal.| Donald R.
of cake at
the first piece birthday the Officer Staff
dresses for the ladies and dress celebration crowd.It Stanton, operations officer for MARTD, reads the
blues for the gents were the orderof is an old Marine tradition Noncommissioned Officers Ball that took place at Commandant's Message as the Detachment's CO,
the evening for more than 200 that the oldest and youngest the Cedar Hills National Guard Armory. Assistingthe Lt. Col. D. G. Ranney, and NAS CO Capt. John R.
people who attended the Marine Marine present each receive the colonel is Sgt. Edwin Halderman who was the Kincaid stand before the birthday cake.
Air Reserve Training Detach- first slice of the birthday cake.
ment's birthday ball, celebratingthe The oldest member present at
195th annivrsary of the this year's ball, was SgtMaj.j L. Chief of Navy Chaplains Coming
Marine Corps Nov. 10th. F. Lennertz, who is the
Marines, their wives and sergeant major for VMA-.
guests gathered at the Chiefs' 142, the Marine Air Reserve To Jax for Corps' AnniversaryJax
Club for an evening of dining and squadron based at NAS.Sgt.Maj.
dancing, with the traditional Lennertz, for 28 days out of each The new Chief of Navy Church at the Virginia Con- earned ,his bachelor of arts
cake-cutting ceremony and month, is assistant principal at Chaplains, RAdm. Francis L. ference in Feb. 1944 and was degree from Wofford College in
reading of the commandant's Landon Junior High School. The Garrett, will arrive here commissioned a Lt(jg) in March Spartanburg S. C. and presently
birthday message. youngest Marine present was tomorrow from Washington for holds an honorary Doctor of
Distinguished guest for the PFC Robert R. Reichert, a the annual Chaplain Corps an- 1944.A native of Greenville, South Divinity degree from that
evening was the station Com- member of the Marine Air niversary ball celebrating the Carolina, Chaplain Garrett college. He later attended the
manding Officer, Capt. John R. Reserve Training Detachment. 195th birthday of the Navy Y Candler School of theology at

_uuum_ U Chaplain Corps Nov. 28. ''f Emory University in Atlanta.
RAdm. Garrett will be the Through an accelerated study
guest speaker at the event which < program he earned his bachelorof
will be held tomorrow night at the .; Divinity degree in 1943 and
The Aetna NAS officers' club at 7 p.m. The enrolled for a year of study at the
ball will include dinner and Y .Y k Union Theological Seminary in
dance, with music entertainment New York through a Navy
provided by the COM- postgraduate education
CRUDESFLOT 12 Navy band program.His .
Holiday Fund from Mayport. first tour of duty wasatNAS
Chaplain Garrett became the Monterey, Calif. He has also
13th Chief of Navy ChaplainsJuly served aboard the aircraft
1 after more than 26 years of carriers Rudyerd Bay and the
continuous service in the Navy Hornet; the submarine .tender
is here to Chaplain Corps. He was first x Howard W. Gilmore, and at NAS
ordained in the United Methodist RAdm. Garrttt Dallas, Tex. and NTC Great
I' Lakes, Ill
In 1959 he served in London on

help you get Bob's Oak Hill U.the S.staff Naval of the Activities commander, Unitd of

Kingdom for three years. During
that time he was a delegate for
Pure Service CenterOpen the U. S. Navy to the NATO
the cash Chaplains' Conference, an of-
ficial delegate of the Methodist
for convenience 6 a.m10
your p.m. Church at the World Methodist
Conference Oslo, Norway; and
road serviceikk up I delivery I served for two years as a con-
need now. ference at the Annual
you preacher
.ethnic 01 duty Anericii I foreif Cars Training Conference of

Protestant Women of the Chapelat
PHONE 103rd & Jammes Road Berchtesgaden, Germany.

$300 Signature-only loans 771'9156 Jacksonville, Florida Chaplain Garrett also served
with the Marines Vietnam for a
for servicemen.We year,earning the Legion of Merit
OPEN 9 TO 9 pmIcEgASHED with Combat'V for exceptionally
loan $'$1,000,000: | meritorious service as Force
t Chaplain for the ,in ;:Marine
Amphibious Force.In .
every day.

1966 he became staff
300 offices coast to coast member for the Chief a of

vvvN/vNA/vvvvA Chaplains,serving as head of the
(in, ,case you're transferred). Personnel Branch of 'the

'. 20,000 GREEN STAMPSWITH Chaplains' Division until 1969.
Until his appointmment as Chiefof
AETNA Chaplains, he served in Nor-
NEW PURCHASEBILTMORE folk as Fleet Chaplain, Atlantic
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NAS Jacksonville : for publication the following Thursday. Ads _.m.nn

LATWINGER arriving too late for this deadline will be

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : published the following week unless .the Thursday, November 19 Sunday, November

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street, Water, Garbage & Sewage
Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus western starring James
SERVICE WIVES BEINGTRANSFERREDTWe tax) 3872541. Weekends 3890744. NAS: 'WAR OF THE Coburn and Lee Remick. 'R' VG
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS GARGANTUAS' Color horror
buy equities (106( mins.)
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387-5626
or science fiction Russ
starring
1022 Park Street, 354-7868. Louise T. Bailey FOR RENT HOSPITAL: 'YOU CAN'T WIN
771.3605 Broker 3BR., 2B., carpets & drapes, stove & Tamblyn. G ((80 mins.) THEM ALL'Tuesday
ref., Ig. garage, fenced back yd. $150.
LEAVING THE SERVICE? Ph. 264-4861. 2316 Furma St. Plus: 'MONSTER ZERO'
Talk over your post service em. RECEIVED FOR ORDERS.SALE OR RENT Cash for your Color horror science fiction November 24

ployment plans with someone who equity or let us rent your home. starring Nick Adams. 'G' G (80
f f TRANSPORTATIONAUTOMOBILE Jti)
has been on both sides of the fence.
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for : mins.) NAS: 'SABATA' Color Western _
LTC D. A. Bell (Ret.) Parker Career
map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor
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starring Lee Van Cleff and
Center 4415 Beach Blvd. 3987071.
HOSPITAL 'THE SAND
Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. :
ORANGE PARK REALTY PEBBLES' William Berger.. 'GP' VG (107
SALESMAN WANTED MILITARY, FREE NOTARY FURNISHEDEast mins.)
Experience not necessary. Will and West Coast. 353.3691. HOSPITAL: 'HARD CONTRACT'
consider retired (or soon.to.be) Saturday,November 21
serviceman. Auto Sales. See Mr. 'HIDDEN WATERS'
Dufrene at Astro Motors 6566 Nor. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots NAS: 'THE OUT OF
mandy Blvd. or phone 781.4978.SECRETARY available. Excellent fishing, boating, 65 BUICK SKYLARK CONV. TOWNERS' Color comedy Wednesday,November 25
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also R&H, AC, 300 cub. In. V-8, PS, Price
permanent home area. High wooded $700. J. F. Vogt Day Ext. 2111 Night starring Jack Lemmon and NAS THE RESTLESS ONES'
:
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake 771.2847. Sandy Dennis/G' E (98 mins.)
1/2 day, 5 days a week, Shorthand & Asbury on No; 209. La Rue 725-3992. Color drama starring Kim Darby
typing. Lake Shore area. Call 3896311.MISCELLANEOUS 19(7 VOLKSWAGENR&H HOSPITAL: 'WAR OF THE and Johnny Crawford. 'G' E (90 <

VENETIA AC, Call 3565926. GARGANTUAS' and 'MONSTER mins.) <
2V lots. 3BR., 2B., Den,near NAS, low ZERO' HOSPITAL: 'SABATA' f
1!;; ::: : :: : ::; I; \!;: 20'S. 3883430. WO HONDA CL90L : .,. .......... ,..."' ,...,. .. ..... ',,'" i1iI3:{ : .all .,:.
Excellent condition. $265. Ph. 771-0718
HOUSE FOR SALE after 5 p.m.
BEA RADIO OR. 'By Owner, Orange Park. 3BR.,1 I'/j B., u ALE PRICES TO All!
TV ANNOUNCER WW carpet, AC, $65 per mo. $2500 ..IBMr
Recorded message by leading an. Down. Meadowbrook West. Ph. 264- BUICK LE SABRE
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. 2323. V-8, AT, PS, PB, R&H, Excellent
3552944. condition. Call 7723553. NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES

NEW & USED TV SETS

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS *i)tJ\ J :i \I f I Sprite Mark AUSTIN 4, 4 speed HEALY, R&H, Good NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape condition. $1195. Transferred Must NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Sell! Ph. 264.8051 or 264-2926 AIR CONDITIONERS
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771.0409.
ORANGE PARK Mrs.a.m. 1 p.m. Come In & Browse

2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn? Dish. 61 VW Sedan
WE BUY & SELL washer, Drapes, Carpets Elizabeth Excellent condition. $450 or best offer. WESCONNET FURNITURE CO
& used furniture. Also Apts.:, 771-1405 or 7713355. Ph. 2642323.
Appliances n :, n
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repair any make of home appliances.Brook's -- Vf--\\.w.vxw.'rty.v-&x-&> v.'Xvx'Sxv..'.-,-.-.-.', .v.-.o'-.y.; .,.. .-.-,';*'.,-..v.-..,,., ,-?...
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Fast repair and Installation. We ,
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GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. t
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded.
Pick up & Delivery Available. ,
Grooming Defleaing & Bathing.
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard ),
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 ;
Edgewood Crt. 3890064.

Need extraholiday

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COIN-OP LAUNDRYDry
cleaning & Alterations. 30 cents ::. ; a'yGk .
: <;
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wash 5 cents dry. V* mile north NASIn : cash?
Yukon. Open 7 days a week. SOMETHING ELSE-Claire Bloom advises all would-be winners
of the Freedoms Foundation letter writing awards that Nor. 1 is
the deadline for all entries. for author will
LEITER'S DESIGNER FABRICS Top priie some lucky
: Sale 30 to 50 per cent savings on be $1000 and a trip to Valley Forge, Pa., next February. See HFCNeed
exclusive U.S.. and European (Photo Courtesy Warner Bros.-Seven Arts)
designer fabrics. See them now with
your Letter representative. 772-9440. Large Corner Lot 122' x 134'. cash for a holiday leave. or to buy gifts

Alaska has more square milesof Chain Link Fence Complete' for the folks at home? At HFC we understand
.
SHAMROCK INTERIORS glaciers than the rest of the Concrete Block Garage 1969
Custom upholstering, Button-tuff roll inhabited world put together, Mobil House 24'. x 52'% Central service people's needs and we'll be glad to help
& pleat, auto & furniture. 845 the National Geographic Society Air 3-Bedrooms, 2 Baths, w-w choice of convenient repaymentterms.
Edgewood Ave. Ph. 3846362. carpet Living-room, Dining on your
says. Room Kitchen, stainless steel Come in now to the company where
stove comb'FreezerRefrjgeratornon
FISHER220TRECEIVERTransistorized ,CLiPPER'SILVERLINE', wax tile hundreds ofthousands service people borrow
AM-FM, FM Stereo, 27 T.CRAFT floors. Many extras. with confidence-HFC.
watts per channel, walnut cabinet Call 771-1760 after 5 p.m. or Meat
Included. Call evenings 2644589. MERCRUISER 1415 Collins Rd. (East of . .. . . . . .
STERNDRIVES Snlndler West of Blandlng. 6b
POODLES MERCURY Need up to ?

3 White poodles, AKC. Ph. 2643344. OUTBOARDS . . . . . . . .

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SHOP fri ..
FACTORY :::7- 1

TRAILER PARK TRAINED f 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern MECHANICS I: DEER SPRINGS ESTATES
trailer and Apts. 389-3007. JmfmtE$1: : :'+:<<' $ : Grant City Shopping Center

264.9835 Key stone Heights 6282 103rd St.-Phone: 771-9190

MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea ByAppoiataeitClyde
( Mobile Home Park)' '/. mile INLET MARINE 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone, : 398-4541 .
North of NAS, lots and rentals. Near W. Simpson I Co.
schools and shopping center. Clean, Silts I ServiceHwy Penman Plaza Shopping Center
REALTOR 3S6-6S49
and reasonable rates, Manager on
premises. Children and pets welcome. 17 Orange Park 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 2466421r
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Capt. McLinn's last week on board NAS Cecil had '

some enjoyable moments he takes time out to
Cecil Sports By DIG J.D. Drewster reenlist 3 shipmates
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VA-174 opened the 1970-71 Cecil On offense, Don Jackson Competition in the Gold League
Field basketball campaign in an scrambled, ran, and tossed Golf race will start Tuesday,
impressive manner, swamping touchdown with almost November 24 at 1200. The first
VC-4, 5634. The 'Hellrazor' at- monotonous regularity. The match and tee time is as follows:
tack was sparked by Luchi who Raiders were just too good. 1200 Admin VA-45 No. 2,1210 .
scored 20 points on 9 field goals Bowling: The National League VA-45 No.1. VA-45 No. 3 1220 }
and 2 charity tosses. Kennedy keglers are still unable to find the VA-82-VA-86 and 1230 AMD -
scored 12 points for the losing formula which will prevent the Marines. p
'Dragonflyer' quintet. BOQ team from running away During the first half of the
In the only other game with the league. Bill Parker basketball season, the league will
scheduled, VA-82 managed to whose resent eye refraction be comprised of two divisions: 1
'slip' past AMD, 2-0) (AMD forfeited permitted him to find the markson The American League consistingof
). the alley led all bowlers with a VA-174, VC-4, VA-37, VA-82, ADJI George Johnson A02 D.J. Tobby reenlisted for 6
Once again Cecil Field will 571 set. Bill was followed by AMD and VA-86. The National reenlisted for 6 years. years.
represent the Sixth Naval Macaffie ((560)), Byrd ((543)) and League is made up of teams from
District in the East Coast Joe Toth ((533)). Joe hauled in the the Marines,BOQ,VA-105, VA-81,
Invt. Foootball Tournament. evening high game ((222)), while Supply and Operations. Cecil TeamVictorious
The many Cecil Field football Macaffie (221)) and Gesethracht The American League will play
fans who journeyed to Jax bright ((213) were theonly other bowlersto their games on Mondays and
and early Saturday morning to turn in 200 games. Standings: Wednesdays and the National
.. watch their favorite team runaround League will play on Tuesdays and
over and through a bulky BOQ 21.5Dental 19.9 Thursdays.In The Cecil Field Chess Club
Mayport squad were rewarded as Operations 18-14 answer to a plea by Station defeated a formidable
the 'Raiders' downed Mayport, VA-174 No. 1 17-11 ping pong players for equal timein Jacksonville city club in a close
44-6. Admin 21.11 the paperthestandings; are as match,winning in a five game
The Mayport quarterbackfound Medical NAMTD 20.12 17-15 follows: match last Monday. Representing -
himself unable to launch an Power Plants No.2 15.11 VA.81 35.5 the five boards for Cecil
effective attack as the 'Raider' Weapons 10.22 NAMTD No. 1 28.2 Field were Bob Allen, Bill Fox
forward wall played much of the Air Frames 10.22 VA-83 No.2 22.18 Gerald Duncan, C. Phillips, and
VA-174 NO.2 '.23
game in the Mayport backfield. Power Plants No.1 1 5.23 VA-83 GEMD No.3 1624 169 Jerry Steiner.A .

The Mighty Midget, sage and NAMTD No.4.2 10.25 146VA83 return match is scheduled I
later this month and will be heldat
vocal supporter of the American BOQ 5.20 ABE1 J.L. Pie non reenlisted
FOR RENT League was unavailable this VA-83 NO.1 0.30 the station library. for 4 years.
week for his usual 'erodite'comment
on the greatness of his NOTE: NAMTD No.1, last Anyone interested in joiningthe
ORANGE PARK bowlers. year's champion, still has 2 club should contact Bill Fox
LIONS CLUBfor VA-83 No. 1 finds itself in first matches remaining to be played. at the station library.
place in the Cecil Field Squash Intramural events coming up:
League,although the'Hellrazors'are 2nd Half Basketball, Volleyball,
Rod & Gun Club
PARTIES. BANQUETS, coming on like gangbusters. Gold Blue League (Wednesday '
DANCES Standings: afternoon Bowling, Wednesday (VA'1rQEE ,
All Occasions VA.S3 No. 1 '.2 night early. All these events will Host Turkey ShootDo
CALL MR. CARROL NIX VA-174. 7-2 commence after January 11th.
264-2398 VA.81 5.1 you have a turkey for this
After p.m. VA VA.82 86 44 3.6 11 Thanksgiving yet? Well, here's
VA-83 No.2 1.14, your chance to get one. The Rod
and Gun Club is sponsoring a
Turkey Shoot today from 11:30:
MOVE INTO 'The SPOILER' a.m.until 4:30: p.m. It will be held

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. PERSONALLY CONCERNED MANAGEMENT Examples 65 SUNBEAM $440
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{ AND 24-HOUR MAINTENANCE Amount loan $ 84.30 $391.29 $599.97 SIMCA $240

f EXCLUSIVE BACHELOR PLAN Radio and Heater
Monthly payment $ 5.00 $ 23.00 $ 34.40
'y 3 CAN SHARE A 3 BR APARTMENT FOR 64 ENGLISH FORD $380
, Months to repay 24 24 24 2 Door
, '88.10 month each
, Total of. payments $120.00 $552.00 $825.60 61 DODGE DART $240
2 Door, 6-cylnder! stick, R
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,. : 264-2815
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Stohley Wins Commendation MedalJax I

eAl.k'N t n> The Air Force Com- Radar Squadron on October 26,
mendation Medal was recently 1970, and assumed the duties of
s i presented to TSgt. Walter E. maintenance quality control
*& ..N + a 1i + Stokley of the 679th Air Force inspector. lie resides in Orange
9/3+ .P Radar Squadron here. Park with his wife Lorraine and
Stokley distinguished himself their three children: Laura Lea,
by meritorious service as electronic 10; Linda Lea,8; and Lisa Lea; 5.
digital data technicianwith
the 701 Air Defense Group,
Fort Fisher Air Force Station, N. 14 POOL TABLES2IARS
C.from March 1, 1966 to April 15,
1970.During this period,SergeantStokley's
outstanding 100 MIRRORS & PAINTINGSJAX'S

professional skill, knowledge and LARGEST LOUNGE
leadership aided immeasurablyin MEET ME AT
identifying problem areas in THEOFFICF.
the field of maintenance, and in
developing and implementing IT SWINGS iJ"
ALL THE TIME /{
research projects capable of
solving these problems. The OFFICE .;.c1
distinctive accomplishments of
,Sergeant Stokley reflect credit LOUNGESW
upon himself and the Air Force. PHILLIPS' HWY. 733-W

-% -,: TSgt. Stokley arrived at 679th ,

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NEW AIRCRAFT The Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment has received four of 12 A4L |let
attack aircraft scheduled for delivery here in the comingmonths detachment is the first MARTD I
in the United States to received this advanced A4 model. MARTD Jacksonville, one of 26 MARTD's :
throughout the nation,serves as the training center for VMA 142, Florida's only Marine Air Reserve '" \ ..
Squadron. Lt. Col. Walter J. Bryson III,commanding officer of the squadron,is pictured with one of INTERSTATE 10 AT LANE AVE.COLOR .
the new A4LS. e

ThanksgivingMeal TV IN EVERY ROOM
SWIMMING POOL
ScheduleJax Now available on the COCKTAIL LOUNGE
traditional RESTAURANTMINATURE
Thanksgiving Day dinner with Westside. GOLF
turkey and all the trimmings will
.
be served at all NAS galleys next SHUFFLE BOARD
week,and servicemen are invitedto AND PLAYGROUND FOR THE KIDDIES
bring their families or guestsfor

Reservations dinner. will be acceptedfor TOYOlTA Lr SPECIAL WEEKEND .

the. Thanksgiving dinner
MILITARY RATES
through tomorrow at Ext. 3257 or
3259 at $1.00 for military on (SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)
commuted rations, 75 cents for From $1884.
dependent children under 12
years old, and $1.50 for all other CALL 786-0500 FOR INFORMATION
SEE US TODAYI
dependent guests.On

will be Thanksgiving served between Day 7 brunch and 10 WESTSIDE I TOYOTA, Inc. IN TOW RAMADA I J INNS,
a.m.and dinner will be from 1 to 5
1310 Cassat Avenue Phone 389-4561
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I NATTC : Behind the ScenesPROMPT : I


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By YNSN Stella M. Gawlinski

ACTION SAVES LIFE retired Oct. 30 after 30 years of officer, and then he returned to
active duty. He enlisted in the NATTC in December 1968 for
Jax-AA John F. Marietta was Navy in February 1941 and duty as training officer of the AO -T TI.
presented a Letter of Com served aboard several ships and 'A' School. I-T.
mendation for his prompt actionin squadrons during his career. LCdr. Mallory has earned
an emergency Cdr. Paxson Chief White, former instructorat many medals and awards duringhis
conducted the ceremony in the AO 'A' School, transferred to career including the Navy
captain's office Nov. 5. the Fleet Reserve on Nov. 2 after Good Conduct Medal ((2 stars).
AA Marietta and LCpl. Larry 20 years of active duty. He en- LCdr.Mallory is married to the
Norvell applied mouth-to-mouth, tered the Navy in October 1950 former Miss Barbara Hardy of
resuscitation and revived AN and served duty with the Atlanta, Ga. They have two
Vass after his automobile had following commands: NATTC daughters, Laura and Joan.
crashed into the corner of Memphis; VP-44,VF-101, VF-121, LCdr.Mallory plans to work for a I.
Barracks 573 on the night of Sept. FF-161,ATU-201 at Key West; the local employment agency and .
29. USS Monterey; the USS Ben- reside in Jacksonville.
Marietta learned to administer nington; the USS Coral Sea; and
mouth-to-mouth resuscitationwhile the USS Constellation. AE2 CARUSO REENLISTS
in Boot Camp in Orlando The records of these two men
and quickly responded when the reflection of devoted Steady work and the world
are a service -
the
EXTENDS CAREER AE2 Michael 6 Caruso reenlists for
need to the situation helped AE2 Michael G.
arose apply traininghe challenging
assignmentsand first time as CW02 J. N. Sutton, Phase Officer of AE 'B' School, does
had received. superior accomplishments. Caruso make the decision to the honors.
This is the second time that reenlist in the Navy. This is the
Marietta has been instrumentalin TRAINING OFFICER RETIRES first reenlistment for Caruso.
saving a life. When he was CW02 J. N. Sutton, phase officerof
about 15, he dove into a lake near NATTC bid farewell to LCdr. the AE 'A' School, conductedthe 7i.8U t'-/
Hillsville, Pa., and pulled to Horace P. Mallory, training reenlistment ceremony.
safety a boy who had fallen off a officer of the AO 'A' School, who AE2 Caruso entered the Navyin -
raft and was drowning. retired after more than 30 yearsof July 1967 and was stationed at BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC.
AA Marietta is a student in the active duty on Oct. 30. NAS Miramar, Calif prior to
third week of the AE 'A' School. LCdr Mallory, a native of coming to NATTC in May. He 7
Madison, Ga., enlisted in the was stationed here for AE 'A' 'w rA
TWO CHIEFS RETIRE Navy on Nov. 29, 1939 and has School in 1967 and just recently
served tours of duty with various graduated from the AE 'B'
AOCM Lee D. Little and AOCS aircraft squadrons, at several School.
Myron H.White retired from the naval air stations, on board
Navy in ceremonies here. numerous fleet aircraft carriers CLASS 104 SETS
Both chiefs received plaquesand and on the staff of commander of NEW RECORD
letters of appreciation for the Naval Air Forces Atlantic
their outstanding leadership and Pacific Fleets. He has been Congratulations go to Class 104
abilities, devotion to duty and stationed here for three tours of of the AO 'A' School for winningthe
high level of professional com- duty. competition of honor class for
petence displayed. Cdr. Roy H. The first time he reported to the sixth time with a total of 468 r
Paxson Jr., presided over the NATTC was in 1944 as a student. points for the week Nov. 916.
ceremonies. The second time he reported to Class 104 is the first class make
Chief Little, former Phase III NATTC was in September 1958 honor class six times in the AO'A' From the sunken
spacious family room In front to the light
supervisor of AO 'A' School, for duty as aircraft maintenance School's history. and breezy back porch here Is Florida living at Its best

Large bedrooms, 2 full baths, walk-In closets and a big foyerare
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where the payment based on cash price of $2074.37 less
people are!
down payment of$374.37 In cash or trade In of equal
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NAS ClubSchedules Air Charter ProgramsTo


Commence ChristmasWASHINGTON


PIRATES COVE
Initial testing of the Dependent Air Charter
Phil Cay and the Chantels will Program will begin during Christmas 1970. Round trip air charter
be on hand tonight for an eveningof transportation has been arranged to the following destinations:

top. flight entertainment, and DESTINATION DEP. POINT DEPART RETURN ROUND TRIP FARE.
tomorrow Bus Nice, France Norfolk 21 Dec. $ jan. K9M + $*.J3
Stop will be
on Athens, Greece Norfolk 20 Dec. 6 Jan. $175.00I IH.SO
stage. Saturday features the Hong Kong, BCC Los Angeles 1 II Dec. 27 Dec. S3IO.OO + SS.OO
Dark Entry.Sunday night it's the Tokyo, Japan Oakland 1 16 Dec. 30 Dec. 1305.00 + $3.00

Argus, Monday night the These fares are fixed and the appropriate airport tax is indicated. <
Camelots, Tuesday the Mynd One way fares will not be available. Exact departure times from the
garden, and Wednesday Phil East and West coasts will be announced later.

Cay and the Chantels return. P YMMMN n 4.YMA"" y o 3 >v baws, Active duty personnel and their dependents (immediate family,
ACEYDEUCYCLUBBosses including spouse, children and mother and father if residing in same
I home) will be eligible for this transportation.
Night is tonight from Space will be available to all Department of Defense personnel on a
4:30: to 6. Jim Mann and His first come, first serve basis through the charter agent, Davis
Goodtimers will be playing Agency, Inc.
tomorrow night, and on Saturdaythe The charter trips to Nice,Athens and Tokyo were arranged with the
'Holidays' will appear intent of making transportation available to Navymen in deployed
featuring Duane Munn playing units or stationed overseas to return stateside for leave during
Tijuana Brass selections. -i : Christmas. The charter aircraft carrying dependents overseas will be
Tommy 'C' and the Seminoleswill used for this purpose. Navymen using this transportation will go back
be at the club Sunday, and on -J v overseas on the aircraft which will return dependents to CONUS.
Wednesday there will be Happy ;- Departure dates and points for this aspect of the air charter v
Hour from 4:30: to 6 p.m. program will be as follows:
CPOCLUBTomorrow
DESTINATION DEPART RETURN
Nice Norfolk 22 Dec. 4 Jan.
evening there will Weather Facility LDO Athens Norfolk 21 Dec. 5 Jan.
be dancing to 'Whatever's Fair,' Tokyo Oakland II Dec. 21 Dec.
and The clubs will be on hand Oneway transportation will not be available. Direct applicationmay
Saturday through Sunday. The Selected for Commander be made to Davis Agency, Inc., 147-31176th St., Jamaica, N. Y.
Sunday special will be Prime Rib 11434.
Roast for $1.95, and noon buffeton
Wednesday is from 11 to 1:30: Jax-LCdr.Jack F. Bullington, in practically every aspect of the Individuals will be responsible for making their own supporting
the environmental services officer meteorological field led him to a arrangements at the charter designation. This may be done throughthe
p.m. OFFICERS'CLUBThere for Fleet Weather Facility, promotion to warrant officer in charter agency or other travel agents who will directly provide
has been selected for promotionto June 1957, and then in June 1958 information about availability of hotel accomodations, tours, etc.
will be a Red Cross commander. He is one of only he was commissioned an ensign. Arrangements, however, are also being made to insure that all
possible Navy assistance is available to dependents when they arriveat
two Limited Officers
Duty
Luncheon followed by Beefeaters Having served as staff
the site.
deployed
Night. Tomorrow's Happy Hour (Meterology) selected. meterologist with the Taiwan
will be from 4:30: to 7:30: p.m. LCdr. Bullington enlisted in the Patrol Force he was transferredto Holiday Mail Slows Personal GoodsJax
Saturday will feature Champaignand Navy in December 1941 from the Naval Weather Services
Candlelight dining with Atlanta, Ga. After attending the Environmental Detachment in With Christmas only cluded their Christmas
music by the Pipers. On Sundaythe aerographer's schools and serving Guantanamo BayCubaas officerin weeks away household goods decorations and gifts in shipments
0' Club will serve the Family in various tours of duty, charge prior to reporting to and personal property shipped which were delayed.
Buffet. Tuesday Bridge will start from Fleet Weather Centrals to Fleet Weather for duty. through NAS Household Goods CWO H. V. Morris, station
at 12:30: p.m. Wednesday night the typhoon hunters, he advanced may not reach their destinationon property officer at Household
Happy Hour will be from 4:30: to from seaman to chief 'LCdr. Bullington and his wife time due to the holiday Goods, stated that servicemen on
6:30: p.m. and a rock band will aerographer's mate. Evelyn reside in Orange Park mailing and freight rush. PCS orders within the States
provide entertainment in the His knowledge and experience and have .three children. Complaints in the past have must carry their Christmas giftsor
Main Brace beginning at 7 p.m. come'"from individuals who in uniforms with them.OVERSTOCKED .
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I Fliers \\,' You PickUrnName



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A PairJax
Duty Station Phone No..._..__

-- The station's
varsity basketball squad (Team listed first is visitor) '.

t swept a pair of games MICHIGAN OHIO STATE _.-..=,:-
from NAS Albany, 86-83
and 72-69 the
over
KANSAS FLORIDA STATE
weekend, and already
have record that
a topped _
BAYLOR SOUTHERN METHODIST
) last year's quintet that
didn't win in 19
post a UTAH STATE -.._ MEMPHIS STATE
starts.
Ironically, Tommy Bowie, the
only returner from last year's LSU NOTRE DAME
HE PICKED.UM-VW.4's John Coleman came up with a '.1 markto
squad, led the Fliers' offensive
win last week's You Pick Um competition. He guessed em all right
statistics in both wins
over OREGONOREGON STATECINCINNATI ______
except for the Cleveland.Cincinnati game.This week's You Pick Urn Albany.
will be the last contest of the current season. Awards will be presented ; ,
the
Down 14 points, 42 28, at
in early! December. half in Friday's game, the Fliers MIAMI (OHIO)_

,'. 'out ran and out hustled Albany' .
for the come-from behind vic- MINNESOTAWISCONSIN
tory, according to Coach Restor .
Time is running out... Bryan. Bowie scored 36 points to Pros
aid the victory, while teammateBob
Mackey pumped in 26. Only
Christmas is near. two other Fliers got into the SAN DIEGO....._ OAKLAND _
scoring column Randy James

Lay-a-way now! added 15 and Larry Halcomb shot SAN FRANCISCO DETROIT.
for nine points.In '
Saturday's game, the'Fliers (Tiebreaker: Predict final score between Michigan and
were again down at the half, 36- Ohio State. Indicate winners In other games by a check
22, but ,rebounded for a 72-69 mark. Ballot boxes are located in Galley One and the
victory in moving their slate to a
clean 20 season in their first Main Exchange at NAS Jax and Cecil Field. Also,
weekend of action. ballots may be turned In at the Jax Air News and Lat-

Bowie rang up 28, points in winger off ices., Ballots may be turned In noon Friday.)
Saturday's game, while Halcombgot .
F 13, Mackey 12, and James 11.
In savoring the two wins,Coach F"
....100' Bryan said, 'It was a team effort .
WE ARE NOWOPEN FROM 12.5ON all the way. James was fierce on WIHIIHmilHNMHmHHMNHINHHHMHHIHMmiNIMAL''
SUNDAY SERVE YOUI the fast break passing to Bowie. 9 BONATI
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Radar 17 24-20 .545 1. Phillies' .Jim Bunning recently -
American League Uncles 23&-20 .534 became the second
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Roses Raiders 37.11 .771 FlapJax 22.22 100 games in each major
Gold 34.14 ,708Muldoon .500 league. Who was the first?
Mar 29.19 .604 MARTD No.2 22-22 .500 2. How many teams does Can-
King Pins 28.20.583 AOMD 21-23 .477 ada have in organized baseball
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Bean Burners 211,2.261,2 .449 American League 5. What brother combination is

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Raiders Romp Opposition In t a : i. Ya .


Winning District Grid TitleJax Y st


Powerful Cecil Field went undefeated through five games to defend its R, qr

Sixth Naval District Touch Football title here last week, taking the Cham

pionship on a 44-6 conquest of Mayport Naval Station Saturday.

Coached by team quarterbackDon
Jackson, the Raiders mingham,Ala., chalked up four 22. 14 lead at the intermission. -.
amassed 245 points in five games, touchdowns in pacing Atlanta to Jackson cranked up his offensefor r rx r... r *rw
26 of them to runner-up Mayportin the win. 28 points after the break, MMM,+A1 I
two games. Cecil Field 59, Glynco 0: The while Mayport's offense fizzled. ,,(arrcMl ,'ojM
Basically the same squad from Raiders gave up their first TD in Glynco 30, Orlando 10:
VA-174 that took the Cecil In- the tournament to Glynco in the Glynco's 22 point first half oUtburst j : a J
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tramural championship, as wellas first half,following identical.0 and stubborn defense was Y
the Fleet Air Jacksonville and shutouts over Memphis and too much for the air station squadto
Atlantic Fleet Forces Afloat Jacksonville. Cecil warmedup overcome.
tournaments, Coach Jackson with 38 points in the first half.
augmented NAS Jacksonville's Mayport 36, NCTC Pensacola Glynco 20, Meridian 12: After
player- coach Bill Fertig before 6: Dan Thompson and Mike squeaking. by NCTC, Meridian x qn ',
heading for this week's tour LaMore each chalked up a pair of couldn't muster enough scoring
nament at NAS Norfolk. six pointers in helping to keep punch to match Glynco. Meridianwas
Jackson's squad represents the Mayport up in the winner's the fourth place finisher in
Sixth Naval District in the East bracket. the tournament. .+wA r

Coast Invitational in Norfolk. Orlando 20,Albany 15: Orlando Mayport 28, Glynco 7: Hungryfor
Representing Sixth Naval jumped off to a 14 9 halftime another shot at Cecil,
District, Cecil was runner up in lead and then took a 20.9 advantage Mayport earned a 6.0 halftime
the East Coast Invitational before Albany scored lead, and then erupted for 22
championships last year. with seconds left to play. second half points to eliminate
Orlando 9, Key West 6: Tied 6. Meridian 12,Atlanta 8: Tied 6. Glynco from the double TOUCHDOWN. Raider Jim Rasota snags a Don Jackson pass for a
all at the half, Orlando kicked a 6 at the half on Paul Harris' elimination tournament TD over the outstretched arms of Mayport defender Bob Kilgallon in
field late in the fourth Meridian and Bob Stamm's
goal TD to win 50 20.
the first Cecil Field Mayport clash. The Raiderswent on -
quarter to gain the margin for Atlanta score, Carl Williams' Cecil Field 44, Mayport 6: Too
victory. fourth quarter TD aerial grab much Don Jackson and Johnson,
Meridian 24, Jacksonville 0: gave the Georgia squad the win. Rasota, Dominy, Hall, Preschel, BANKAMERICARD-AMERICAN EXPRESSvSTANDARD
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in sparking the visitor's win: If first of two games between the Duncan, Ellwein, Worsham,
Jacksonville's offense could have two local squads. Mayport Dievendorf and'Owens, who all MAILcar L U
managed the same performanceas stayed in the game during the, wear new jackets that read '1970 ROOSEVELT
its tough defense, the victory first half u Cecil managed only Sixth Naval District Champs.'
might have been Jacksonville's I
chance to stay in the tournament
Jax out after the game. wash
NAS Albany 39, NABTC
Pensacola 8: Six Albany gridders
notched TDs as Albany built up a
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
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stopping Pensacola's offense in HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30: PM
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