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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 26 NO. 25 U( s. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 12 1968



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SILVER I STAR--Captain Cutler pins Silver Star on Cpl. Markr EAGLE Cdr. R. H. Schulze, VP $16 XO shows Cdr.
i J' Herron during ceremony at Marine Barracks. H. Ross, squadron XO, the newly designed eagle which

f all the unit's planes. Designed by LCdr. W. J. Edwards, the
}I' Silver Star Winner was selected as the squadron's emblem because of

bird's keen eyesight, stamina, swiftness of flight and In-

Saves Fellow Marin.e .;.''. hunting ability.
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l r' 0 The Marine Barracks here held soldiers while delivering 4Umm Meeting Kicks Off
an awards ceremony September 5 grenade launcher fire at them.
\.. and Mark P." heroic and actions
Cpl: Herron received His timely
t.. ed the Silver Star for his action were an inspiration to all who ,
while serving as a Marine scout observed :them and saved. the life Federal Campaign
in Vietnam.He of his fellow Marine. ;
earned the medal after spot- The action took place on February -
ting a point man on a patrol 23 of this year near Camp fourth annual Combined vy portion of the drive will1 beheaded
trip a wire on a booby trap. Carroll while the 21, year.old Campaign in theJack- by Capt. D. A. Hempson,
Herron shouted a warning to Marine was attached to Ninth area begins with a kick NAS Jax supply officer and chair-
fellow Marines and then pushedthe Marine Amphibious Brigade. meeting at King Hall, Bldg. man of the Navy Duval Steering
point man to the ground and Monday at 10 a.m. Committee for the 1968 69
shielded him with his own body. Others Decorated combined drive is a single drive.
Wounded by the blast Herron Capt. Henry O. Cutler, NAS for contributions to Keyman kits will be issued to
then spotted four North Vietna- Jax commanding officer, decorated -' ons'k 40 organizations which men and women aboard the sta-
mese soliders and opened fire, the Silver' Star winner.' under the United Fund, tion. They :will in turn make
forcing them to flee his.position. Also, receiving medals at the Health Agencies or contact with each individual a-
ceremony were seven other Ma- International Service A- board station. Last year's'
i Pursues Enemy rines. 'W.W. Watts, Robert J.. ke' man campaign of both civilians -
1 A citation said of the then Lance Cryder, Dennis R. Stierwalt, Robert J. Stroh, com- and military netted
I: Corporal Herron: "Unhesitat- Wesley E.. Jackson, James L. Fleet Air Jacksonville, $240,222 as the Navy's overall
d ingly maneuvering forward, he Earls and Kenneth J. Hammond speak at the Monday morning area contribution to the third
, continued to fire at the North received the Good Conduct Medal. to department represen- annual campaign.
Vietnamese soldiers until his Sgt. John Gunther received the and keymen. Also on Department representatives,
wounds prevented him from phy- certificate for a Purple Heart will be men representing tenant organizers and keymen
sically pursuing the enemy. and James E. Osmond was pro- three main agencies -- Uni- from all units have been askedto
t Rapidly returning to his unit, he moted to corporal and James E. Fund, National Health Agen- attend the kick off meeting.
." immediately commenced directing Ennie to lance corporal at the and International Service Cecil Field and Mayport Na-
machine gunfire at the fleeing same ceremony. .. val Station will also begin their
year's drive will run drives under the combined
I f October 25 and the Na- campaign Monday.


!. Service Record Check II

t' 17: Target, Photo Yard Mail, NARF, Legal, Chapel -
AUW, Aircraft Mainten- Post Office, OOD's Office,
. Air Operations'' and Wea- WAVE compartment cleaners,
a District Transportation and
4 18: Brig, Target, Commissary.
l lf Maintenance, Air Op- September 26: MAA and com-
f and Supply. partment cleaners, Station MAA,
19: Brig, NAMTD, Acey Deucy, Chapel, OOD's Of-
Target, Band, Security, fice, Barracks Supply, Special
! wrti ,r Site and Supply. Services and WAVE compartment
20: NAMTD, Band, cleaners.
I WIG GCI Site,Navy Finance, Personal Officer planners have
G Works and Communica- scheduled some large depart-
I BBtiia ments over two or more days in
23: DVCC, NARF, order to vaoid all personnel leaving -
Finance, Public Works, their job on any one day.
, and Commis- Individual departments handle
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, scheduling of their own peoplefor
24: DVCC, BOQ, the service record verifica-
Legal, Photo Lab, Navy tion.
/ Communications Information to be verified in
L PROPS TO JETS NARTU Jax has received three of an ex- and service records includes personto
' pected 10 S 2D Skyhawks from NARF as the training unit 25: Barracks Sup- be notified in case of an
begins to update its air wing. The Skyhawks, the smallest Special Services, Master emergency, person or persons to
.. operational Navy jet, will be flown by VA 2FI I and replace and Compartment Clean- receive death gratuity or pay and
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I September 12. 1968
2 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER

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I" J ROMAN CATHOLIC

St. Edwards Chapel


Stay the TeamEveryone rm !? SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
on 11:30
DAIY MASS - a.m.
a ; SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.

CONFESSIONS - 5 p.m.-

in the armed forces knows how important teamwork Is > !r0' 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

in military applications. Whether on a reconnaissance patrol or sir; TUESDAY
simply in the smooth flow of work through an office, it is readily Single Young Catholic Organ-
apparent how teamwork makes for efficiency. Each person does ization - 7:30 p.m.

his job; his efforts mesh neatly with those of others on the team, the .

over-all mission of the team is accomplished. t'" u.s. NAVAL'HOSPITALSt.
Drug abuse can destroy that effective teamwork. If one memberis x Luke's Chapel '

under the influence of drugs, the efficiency of the entire team is
SUNDAY MASS - 8:00 a.m.
almost certain to be impaired.

According to the World Health Organization, among the more PROTESTANT
prominent effects of marijuana are carelessness, distortion of sen- SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.

sation and perception, impairment of judgment and memory and 1

confusion. : PROTESTANTAll

Imagine the consequences to a combat patrol where each memberis Saints' Chapel 1 ..

dependent on the other if one of them is a "pot" smoker, sub- '

ject to any one or a combination of these effects. :. SUNDAY

The effects of marijuana or any of the hallucinogens can be t CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.

equally disastrous In non-combat situations. On a ship or an air- Blgd. #722


THE DEADLY DROPOUTPMIM :f $ I 1 .; VP-30 Holds InspectionPatrol Divine Junior a.m. Youth Bldg Worship#Fellowship 722.Service10:00- 6p.m.


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Bldg.
\ Squadron Thirty, bet, Jax, held a full dress inspection

:.'..... August 30 despite the bad weather. Cdr. Robert J. Campbell officer WEDNESDAYSenior
Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.
in charge, inspected the officers and men as well as the

i i i1m ,. (...f-.", TAD replacements, pilots, tactical coordinators and enlisted per- THURSDAY
Adult Club 7
Young
will them p.m.
> sonnel currently undergoing training that qualify as 122.Christian .
members of an ASW combat aircrew when they report to their Bldg.
Science Service --
squadrons. ,7:30 #722.
Bldg.
Commander Campbell presented the Navy Unit Commendation p.m.

Medal to LCdr. John M. Loscavio (Above Left) during the inspec-
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craft the lives of many men may depend on how effeciently the opera- tion.Also receiving awards were AX2 John McDermott, who receivedthe I Traffic I
Unit Commendation for duty with VP 9 while deployed to
his
tor of a sophisticated piece of navigational equipment does job.
Southeast Asia and three officers; YN2 James H. Dorman, I I
What happens if that operator; decides to "take a trip" while he'son ; petty
? Carson B. Curtiss and PN2 Larry R. Holbert, received their first '

We've duty only raised the question of what can happen through use Good- Conduct Medals. Violations 'I'IThe \

of the so-called non-addictive drugs--the ones some people might I

tell you are "harmless!1" Add to this the serious and addictive A Vote For Freedom

physical effects of narcotics, sedatives, tranquilizers and stimulants of
is
following a report
and the picture becomes even more appalling.The .
cold, hard facts about drugs and their effects are available Secretory of Defense Clark Clifford has sent the following mes- motor vehicle accidents and traf- / '\
and sage to all Armed Forces Personnel: fic violations for the period Aug- I
from many sources. We recommend that each service man woman
become well-informed on the subject. No one needs to tell you-the men and women of our Armed ust 27 to Sept. 2.
Number of accidents.
Armed with this knowledge, we doubt that any real "team player" Forces-about Freedom. J r.I IIt : .
This Week - - 14
will want to experiment with drugs. Nor so we fell he will long
tolerate on his team a member who has become what might be Is true that freedom I is everyone's job? But it is yours, especially; Total accidents this year through

termed a "deadly drop-out." (AFPS) In the end, that is why you wear the uniform-to protect free- Sept. 2-- - 251
dom. Number of accidents through August -

1967 - 245
in Freedom is the sinew of our society. It holds our nation together.But .
Joy Dying Total number of since
like all muscle tissue, it has to be exercised to remain days .
healthy and strong.In last injury In a motor vehicle
'
accident - - -5
By Chaplain C. E. BartholomewJohn November of this year, we are going to hold our national Number of Violations'

elections. This Week - - 47
Huss, the fourteenth-century Bohemian religious reformer,
awaiting the sentence of death by the Council of Constance wrote the They are a vital exercise ot freedom. And It would be a tragic Speeding ----------.9
irony if you-men and women in uniform who are ready to fight, Reckless Driving -------2
following: "I write this in prison and in chains, expecting tomorrowto
and if necessary even to give your lives in defense of freedom- Going through Stop Sign -3
receive sentence of death, full of hope in God that I shall not
foiled to perform the one most important act to exercise that free- Other Violations - 33
swerve from the truth, nor adjure errors imputed to me by false dom.It. Thirty-eight drivers -
witnesses..In the truth which I have proclaimed according to the appeared
before the Traffic
gospel of Jesus Christ.....I will, this day, joyfully die." is essential that every American vote. You especially. Board the held Hearing
at
meeting
Man dying is nothing new to us, especially those of us who are See your voting assistance officer. He has the necessary forms to on
5. of the
connected with the service. We live and breathe infear of it; we help you cast your ballot-no matter where you are serving in the Sept. Disposition cases

pray to God it shall end. No, death is not new tragic, yes; real, world. included the following: eight lost
I driving and parking privileges
yes but not new.
This September 20 has been Armed Forces Voters' aboard station for various
year designated periods -
But what is new and what is astounding is the fact that men who
Day. By that date you should have your application for obtainingyour ; 11 were assigned to com-
know the Christ, for some reason, face death with joy. They appear'to voter's ballot.
have no regrets when it comes nor do they mourn the life they plete an eight-hour course 'in
Voting takes little trouble but
a not voting means even bigger remedial driving, four received -
have lived.
trouble. It makes freedom grow flabby.
Death to the man of faith, though real and painful, does not have suspensions; seven were
that final quality which it has for others. Not voting means you are letting someone else exercise your given warnings; seven were dismissed -

We live, says the gospel as prisoners in a land of peril, captivesof freedom for you. I hope you will not do that. Your freedom of choice ; 13 were fined(U.S.Com-
is too important to turn over ot anyone. missioner); and three were referred -
of
the greatest all sins: ourselves our desire, our wants,
Keep it for
our lusts. But for the man of faith, ransomed "not with perishable yourself. to their commanding officers -

things such as silver and gold,but with the precious blood of Christ." Vote The freedom this year. for possible disciplinaryaction.
of all of us depends it.
In this fact there is hope, there is victory, that only a Christian on Thirty drivers were assessed -
can know. 87 traffic points.



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frrj NavNews--Editor( Note: Thisis one individual may not work

:-i the second of three articles for another. The big robust man

by Master Chief Black on the may be able to control physically -

subject of leadership) while the small studious leader -

AIR NEWS A leader's first task is to get must be effective in an entirely -

his authority accepted. Your men different manner. Each,

.. will readily follow leader
a who however
must inspire his men
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper I-/ iCA knows what he's doing. They with his determination and com-

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station need, expect and admire forceful petency.A .
Jacksonville, Florida by the, lIolt Publishing Company QAG leadership. They don't
expecta leader the
have abilityto
must
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR leader to be perfect but
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box they convince his subordinates that
him
2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon or. Monday before pub- expect to be competent. their worthwhile opinions are
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele One serious fault of some lead- wanted. Those who are able to

phone 772 3118 or 3119 1 ers is that they let their rate ask for the opinions of their men
go to their heads, and bullying
and still their
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries JJ and abuse of command author- maintain positionof
concerning such should be directed to: __ ity result. Lack of control are truly good lead-
. is forcefulness ers.,Listening to the opinions of
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. equally bad when you consider others doesn't mean, however,
The USS
that
destroyer Dallas(DD- a half-hearted
Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 leader inspires that is committee
leadership a
199)) was not named in honor ofa only half-hearted followers.
city, but rather Alex- Both faults will affair. Leadership of a militaryunit
ander Dallas, a Cart. War leader cause a Is strictly a one-man job.
VOL. 26 NO. 25 SEPTEMBER 12, 1968 to lose respect.
of 1812. However, one destroyertype There are no hard and fast No two men lead in the same

USS Norfolk (DL-1)), was rules everyone can apply in becoming way but there are several com-
named in honor of a city. good leader. mon principles observed by all
What works
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William Burkett ence Baggs drives a FOD truck days it was less known the they'd tell me a runway needed
as any fool can plainly see. means of combatting it less developed sweepin' after dark. Now, when
Clarence Baggs has more run- The truck is a modified dumpster hence deadlier, than they call me up at home and
way time than any pilot at Cecil mounting powerful vacuum equip- today."I tell me it's got to be done, I
Field, maybe In the Atlantic Fleet ment designed to suck up for- volunteered to drive the don't mind. When you know the S
and possibly in the Navy. He's eign objects before a million- FOD truck," Baggs confessed, runways they're kind of prettyout
also knowledgeable about the taxi plus dollars of the taxpayer'scash after admitting that a 27-month there the landing lights and ii
areas and landing ramps of Ce- suffers an expensive case of trick in the Army had made him all." ;
cil. But he's never flown a mission indigestion. leery of raising his hand evento It wasn't night when he had a
never taken his "ship" off That's where FOD, whether scratch his head. "The Sea- call to sweep between the east-
the ground. Clarance Baggs is acronymically correct or not, bees wouldn't do it -- wouldn't west runways and was method- ,, Y
"pilot" of a truck.A stops being funny and gets deadly drive out on that runway with ically clearing one zone whenhis .F
very special truck.A serious. jets coming in and taking off. truck radio brought news of a
FOD truck.A "I guess I've been workin' Nobody wanted to do it. One day distressed plane coming in. He
what truck? too the and headed for
ransportation Supervisor, swept zone
said
at Cecil since 1947, Baggs
That's right F-O-D. It comes Mr. Cooper, came on down to the next.Approximatelyfivemin
this week, taking a break in the
from "Foreign Object Damage", crash shack and talking above the motor pool and we got to utes later, he watched the crip- a
which the Navy, with the tradi- the mechanical, stutter of the talking and he said that it wasa pled plane drop in, flip and burst
tional military affinity for acronyms shortwave. "I started in chang- job that had to be done and into flames in the area he had
shortened to FOD record that somebody had to do it. At just vacated.
ing tires in the transportation
TIME. FOD is what happens that time he was talkin' about "You don't ever realty get' REACH-FOD driver Bags
division and then started drivinga
when the air intake of a jet four hours a day." used to it," he said, "In twelve points to one of twin vacuum
truck. I've been in Civil Serv-
aircraft sucks loose debris -- ice for 27 working at Baggs heard Simon Cooper, years, I've seen a chopper go engines that keep runways
pocket combs, bolts scraps of Green Cove years Springs NAS Jax still Transportation Supervisorat down and plenty of planes.That's clean.
metal gravel -- into the en- and here." Cecil, out, and decided he'd the closest one ever got to crashing -
gine's sensitive guts. Technically take a crack at the job. He got me along with it. That's
FO (Foreign Objects) are When jets came to Cecil Field checked out on the "ant-eater," close enough, brother.1"
what cause D (Damage). so did the jet-age problem of the forerunner of the big,power Unglamorous it may be, this anu
Tell it to the Marines. Clar- foreign object damage. In those ful vacuum truck that does the dangerous and humorously named TAKE YOUR CAR
sweeping now and went to sweep 'occupation of Clarence Baggs;? MTII you
i ) 1 9 Ne/, paB / that afternoon. but as long as there are jet For Financing' and Insurance
That was 12 years ago. aircraft at Cecil, the control
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"Each day, they'd say how tower will be more than willingto
pleased they were with the jobI include his unwieldy "craft"in DYER M. BURR
was doin'," grins Baggs, "and any pattern they maybe direct GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
ask if I'd do it again the next ing. The skill and devotion of FINANCE CORPORATION
day. Finally, I stopped asking Bagg's ground-bound "flights"can and
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,i Merit Program- Jobs Revealed r 1 ;N v ,

' Merit Promotion opportunities Navy Recruiting Station, Disease through the close of business to- w mI
( currently open for receipt of ap- Vector Control Center and Resi- day.MPB
plications are listed below. The dent Storage Office,Jacksonville. No. 150 68 General
area of consideration and closing Applications for these positionswill Engineer, GS 12. Area of
j I date of each Is shown. be accepted at anytime. A consideration: NAS NARF
I MPB No. 72 67 Plan D separate application must be filed NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, FAET-
t grade levels GS 4 and below, for each position in which in- TULANT, Navy Hospital, Navy
, MPB No. 79 67 Plan C -- all terested. Commissary Stores, Navy Re-
semi skilled positions pay level MPB No. 158 67 Industrial cruiting Station, Disease Vector
seven and below and MPB No. Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11. Control Center and Resident
'\' 83 67 Plan B all skilled Area of consideration: Nation- Storage Office, Jacksonville.Applications -
,I positions pay level eight and a- wide. Applications will be accepted will be accepted
bove. Area of consideration: until the needs of the through the close of business
NAS, NARF, NARTU,COMFAIR- service are met and will be con- Wednesday.MPB .
JAX FAETULANT, Navy Hospital sidered received. No. 152 68 Militarypay I
Navy Commissary Stores, MPB'No. 145 68 Shorthand Clerk (Typing), GS 4.Area a
mtiiiiiiniiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiMiiniiitmiMiHiiiiiHiiiiiimniniiMi/ ,INI fa Reporter, GS 6 or GS 7 of consideration: Navy Finance
1 SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL f and MPB No. 147 68 Super- Office, NAS, NARF, NARTU,

I MARSHALL ACRES visory Industrial Engineer, GS COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT -...' ... ..
12. Area of consideration: Na- Navy Hospital, Navy Commis- -
!I 3 Jacksonville's 935- 103rd newest St. & Q tionwide. Applications will be sary StoresNavyRecruitingStation SERVICE .. Capt. C. T. Faulders, NARF CO, presents a
B most modem mobile home 8 accepted through the close of bus- Disease Vector Control service award to Edward E. Quarles, NARF who recently
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| your community inspection now open Large for iness September 30. Center and Resident Storage Office completed 30 years of civil service employment.
44x75' lots. as MPB No. 148 68 General Jacksonville. Applicationswill
f.. ONLY $35 PER MO. Engineer, GS 12. Area of be accepted through the closeof Ree Fund Votes on Notary Pay
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Swimming pool tennis' court. consideration: NAS, NARF, business September 23.
5 shufHeboard court. B-B-Q $ -- -- -
t pit picnic tables will be NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, FAE All applicants must be car- Jax -- The Civilian Employee Each employee has accepted
built for act your today enjoyment.- calls TULANT, Navy Hospital, Navy eer or career conditional em- Recreation and Welfare Associa- appointment by the Governor of
EL VERANO MOTOR COURT Commissary Stores, Navy Re- ployees of the Federal govern- tion has recently voted to continueits the State of Florida as a Not-
Mr. F.S. Martin. Manager cruiting Station, Disease Vec- ment. Application forms' SF program of paying the fees ary Public and is qualifiedto
I 359-2924 3 tor Control Center and Resident 171 or 57's for these positions and premiums for seven employees perform all duties.
for full details a_ Storage Office, Jacksonville.Applications should be filed with IRD, Box 22, who have been appointed as Employees fully qualified as
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I Double-Skilled Marines in VietnamBY I

;);)gt. Jim Custer
It's a, long and arduous Kyle H. Dunn.of Lynchburg, Va., ensure a thorough knowledge of
road from civilian life (AO) School, Class 613A of July their specialties. Just as the
to beinga
Marine aviation electrician 1966)) who arms the huge 500- honorman in "boot camp" is
ordnanceman in Vietnam and one or pound bombs of All-Wea promoted, so is the honorman of
ther Squadron-242. AE or AO School. This is by
very important the
step along
way is the Marine Aviation Detachment Equipping these 500-pounderswith no means an easy task as he must
here.Located 18 -> inch extensions for an- come out tops in his class, including -
within the Naval Air ti personnel and anti vehicle all members and not just
Technical Training Center use are former students like the Marines, to gain this meri-
plex, this command handles com-the Cpl. Daniel E. Hardy of Me- torious advancement. Cpl. WillisD.
,bane. North Carolina, Spencer of AO Class 809
administrative matters of all Marine (AO School, Class 617B of Aug- which graduated on June 27 of
students in
mount of time thereby a minimum allowingthe a- ust 1966)). Checking repairingthe this year accomplished this dur- r
myriad of electrical connec- ing his 18-week AO "A"Course.
students a maximum amount tions on the F-4B Phantom jets And as recent as August 29 and
of time for their
studies. In
of Marine Fighter-Attack Squad September 5 of this year Cor-
baseball, second base is referredto -
ron-122 former AE .
students
are porals Thomas L. Wingler of
as the "keystone sack" be- like Corporals Roger D. Rolisonof AE Class 814 and Richard M. _
cause it is around this base Meridian, Miss., (Class 626 Rackar of AE Class 815 were '
that the double play is made resulting of November 1966)) and RobertJ. meritoriously promoted to their
in two outs instead of Goddard of Cromwell Conn., present rank. When you considerthe
one. Similarly, to a Marine aviation (Class 613 of August 1966)). Fur- keen competition involvedyou eM .
electricianAE) or or- ther down the flight line you might realize just how much of an
nanceman (AO), the Marine Avia- find Cpl. Roy W. Imwie of Ben- accomplishment this really is. DOUBLE CHECKS.Cpis Roger D. Rolison (AE Class 626-
tion Aviation Detachment (MAD) sonville, 111., (AE School, Class From E-IR in the classroom graduated Nov. 23, 1963)) and Robert J. Goddard (AE Class I

is is this the "keystone assignment sack"which for it 616 of September 1966)) checkingthe to repairing electrical connec- 613-graduated Aug. 25, 1966)) ,(1-I r) check electrical connec-
pro-. compact external power panelon tions on a sleek F-4B Phantomjet tions on F-4B Phantom jet.
duces the double-skilled Marine.A
one of his squadron's high altitude in Vietnam and from learningthe
routine double play would go -- ---
jets. explosive content of a cer- I
from shortstop to second baseto but few of the tain bomb
These are a to actually arming a (: vAr-
first base and in the of
case many jobs being done by Marine 500-pounder for use in combat,
these 'dual it
skilled Marines aviation electricians and ord- the Marine aviation electriciansand
goes from "boot camp" to MADto
nancemen in Vietnam whogradu- ordnancemen are constantly
duty at one of the many Marine uated from AE or AO School completing double ?iay. And
Corps Air Stations located while members of the Marine just as the players Ion your favorite -
here and overseas. During "bootcamp" Detechment. hours
Aviation Many big league baseball team
at either Parris Island were spent studying by these are major leaguers, so are the 'n ,.
Ltc'
or San Diego, this two-fold pur- graduates just as the stuaents Marine AEs and AOs major lea- ? j q
pose Marine is taught the basic presently attending school spend guers on the Marine Corps' big
military skills required of all many hours on their courses to league Air-Ground Team.
Marines. From there he is assigned -
to MAD as a student
where he is taught the subjects

I of his military occupational spe- _
".. cialty (MOS). Completing the _
double play, he will be trouble-
shooting electrical circuits or
fuzing bombs by day and pa- ,
troling or standing guard by night __
so it is important that he be '
: well versed in both his militaryand ? T
I I his specialty skills. ., ii1-7 =

) Many Marines have traveled
this road and quite a few are ;. p .
currently serving with the 1st LOADS-Cpl. Kyle H. Dunn (AO.Class 613A graduated July
Marine Aircraft Wing in Viet- 27, 1966)) arms a 500-lb. bomb prior to loading.BY .
nam where tney are constantly-
playing a dual role using both
these skills with maximum ef-
fectiveness. Marines like Sgt.
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1965)) who repairs the MK-4

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and DeparturesThere with five of those slated for duty SSgt. Schmeling reported-in e .
was quite a bit of traf- with the Supply Section. .- from Vietnam in Jan. 1967 and r .,
fic through the transfer sectionof Departing were SSgt. Ronald has been an Instructor at the Gator lowl Tickets
the Marine Aviation Detach- Schmeling of the AE Schools AE"A" School since that time.
this week. A total of Section who the Gator Bowl Football Game to be played Dec. 28
ment eight Is going to Vietnam During his tenure in Vietnam, Tickets
marines went through this sec- for duty with the 1st MAW and SSgt Schmeling was attached to will be Dialed on sale Monday in the Special Services Ticket Office -
tion with two departing the MAD PFC Anson Pang of the Personnel Marine Observation SquadronTwo in Bldg. '704. Tickets will be $7.75 each and will be sold on a
scene and six reporting aboard Section. where he was awarded six "first come first. served" basis. No reservations! will be taken.
Air Medals and Combat Aircrew- Other tickets now available at Special Services include: WQK
man's Wings. Festival of Stars,September. 21 at the Coliseum Tickets are $ 2.
E-8 and E-9 Chiefs PFC Pang is headed for the and $3.The .
I Armed Forces Language Institute Association at the Coliseum: September 27. Tickets are
at Monterey, Calif., for assignment $3, $3.50 and $ 4.
Given More in the Korean. Language The Fifth Dimension at the Coliseum: October 5, tickets are $2,
AuthorityWashington Class. Currently on his way to $2.50, $3.50 and $4.50.Government. ,
Hawaii for twenty-days leave Surplus Property Silo
(Navnews) -- The visor.In prior to school. Pang was the
Chief of Naval Personnel has staff artist of the MAD news
Division, located one and one half miles south of
The
granted authority for all commanding addition master and senior letter along with his duties in Disposal
will hold a surplus property sale Monday at 9 a.m.
chief petty officers are grantedthe the main gate,
officers to assign to the Personnel Section.
their master and senior chief authority to sign official cor- The lone arrival out of the Military and civilian Department of Defense personnel are invitedto
direction. participate except persons under 21 years of age and those whose
petty officers duties formerlydone respondence "by six who will take over as NCOin -
officers. At the discretion of the com- Charge of the detachment's duties include responsibilities for or within the Defense Property
Upon by junior approval of commanding manding officer master and senior Training and Education Section. Disposal Programs,their agents,employees,and immediate membersof

officers, 'master and senior chief petty officers may be The 17-year marine veteran their families.
chiefs may be assigned certain granted signature authority in comes to the detachment from Ruby Openings it Commissary Store
administrative duties currently certain administrative areas to Vietnam where he served a total .
assigned to junior officers as col- include: certifying documents for of 20 months. During six of the The Navy Commissary Store has openings for bag boys. No em-
lateral duty. This latest move-- various administrative purposes; 20 months, he served with a ployee employer relationship exists between bagboys and the
spelled out In BUPERS Notice signing orders for personnel Civic Action Platoon in the Da Commissary Store. Bagging and carrying out services to patronsare
5200 of Aug. 22 recognizes that transfer, leave and liberty and Nang area. on a voluntary basis and at the election of the patron, neitherthe
these jetty officers "were not service recordentriesfacsimile( Supply made the biggest haul Comissary Store nor the government is responsible for paymentof
being given the responsibility signature of an officer may be with five new men checkingin.Cpl. compensation to bagboys. Pay for bagging and carrying out
commensurate with their respective initialed by master and senior Bruce T. Smith, Cpl. Al- services is strictly on a gratuity or tip basis. ,Persons interested
chief should contact the Check out Branch Supervisor in person at the
rates. petty omcers); and pro- vin L. Booker, LCpl. Joseph
The following collateral duties, cessing edvancement in rating A. Thiell Jr., and PFCs GeraldE. Commissary Store between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
normally junior officer assign- examinations for pay grade E-6 Rodrique and JoseC.Moyajr. Tuesday through Saturday.
ments, are authorized tobedele.. and below. Cpl. Smith spent four years in Caadleli kt Jobs Available
gated to master. and senior chief the corps and was released from
petty officers: Education Serv- The Chief of Naval Personnel active duty June 29_ this year. The Candlelight Restaurant now has openings for a bartender to
ices Advisor, Lay Leaders, Library noted that this additional respon- Cl. Smith reenlisted at Coral work weekdays, and a waitress to work weekends. Personnel interested -
Advisor, Safe Driving Advisor sibility will broaden the scopeof Gables, Fla. and was assignedto in applying for either or these positions contact Mrs. Faye
Athletics Advisor, Civil the Master/Senior Chief Pet- Mad. Glenn at Ext. 2936.Special .
Readjustment Advisor, Benefitsand ty Officer Program. Also it will Cpl. Booker comes to the detachment Services Needs Projectionists
Insurance Advisor, Savings facilitate their work and increasethe from the 1st Marine
Bond Advisor, Career Caounsel responsibility commensurate Aircraft Wing In Vietnam wherehe The Special Services Division needs qualified school trained or
or and Project Transition Ad- with their rate. served 20 months.. commercially licensed 35mm motion picture machine projectionists
LCpl. Thiell Jr. also comesto as relief operators at the Station Mainside Theater. Military personnel -
the detachment from Vietnam meeting the qualifications and available for off duty work,
where he spent 13 months with may contact the Special Services Leading Chief, Bldg. 704,
the 1st Marine Division. Ext. 3111.

PFCs Moya and Hodrique en- AFMA Meets Today
VISIT listed in the marine corps in I
Nov. 1967 and were assigned to The Armed Forces Management Association will hold its monthly
,Aviation Supply School at Mem- meeting today at noon at the Officer's Club. The guest speakerwill '
phis, Tenn.,prior to their transfer be VAdm. J. T. Hayward, recently retired president of the
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.n.'''. ''*-- l ',.. : '. ''j. Four 'Hornets' Receive :" ., <: _' 1. .. ". ., ,',' l
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Letters of CommendationCECIL .,,Q', rE <*"

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s -- Commander Joe D. effective leader."
Adkins commanding officer of Hughes Is married to the for- '
Attack Squadron Forty Four, mer Cheryl Marie Denmark of ,
presented a plaque and letterof Jacksonville. The Hughes's have : ', )'
commendation to Bluejacketsof one child, Chris Gerald Jr. }
a the Month, AE2 Richard D. Cdr. Atkins also presented let- ..t
Couch for the month of May, ters of commendation for the jr' y
and AME1 Chris G. Hughes for Plane Captain of the month to YC \ ;,
the month of July.Couchs ADJAN Luther H. Cagle and AN "
letter of commendation Bennie R. Smedley. r, '. /' .
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read in part: "As a mem- Their commendations read in ....' '.It',\ -,'I,I." ..',' .....,.,.. ... I
G M ber of the Electric Branch, you part: "Your professional per- ,Ii, .h., ,.'.,." ;,(,.,., !1..4 1I1\r\
formance since being assigned o : ,,' !
have proven yourself to be one
of the most valuable and versa- the Line Division has been out- PHI I Scipplo
tile Second pass Petty Officer'sin standing in all respects. The energy -
the squadron. You are equally and effort you have devoted NiMtd
COMMENDED-Corporal Ronald G. Slater, USMC, receives a towards know- Sdpplo
increasing your
important as a highly skilled
certificate Qf commendation earned while serving as a machine
electrician who can make rapid ledge of the duties of a plane
', gun squad leader in the Republic of Vietnam. He received diagnosis and repairs of mal- captain has been the subject of VC-4 Del SOM
the citation for professional skill and sustained sound functions to the highly complexA4 numerous comments by pilots and
: judgment in tactical deployment of his weapons section. electrical system and as a your supervisors alike.The tech-
Making the presentation is Major H.C. Stanford, skipper of the teacher who can be relied on to nical knowledge and professional CECIL -- PN1 Bernard(Casino -
Cecil Marine Barracks and Cpl. Slater's new C.O. properly train your less exper- proficiency which you have ) Scippio has been selectedas
ienced co-workers. Especially constantly displayed is indicativeof VC 4 Det. Cecil's "Sailor
noteworthy has been your will- dedicated military men and is of the Month" for August. Along
1.,10"15 Ass. Mttts ingness to work overtime to seea worthy of emulation. These assets with a letter of commendation
job to completion., This interest which you possess also con received a squadron plaque from
CECIL -- The Board of Directors Methods of preventing the continuing in your work and devotionto tribute greatly to aircraft readi- Cdr. Neil M. Nokes, officerin -
1 of the Cecil Field Civil loss were discussed. In duty without thought of com ness." charge of the detachment.
; Service Employees Association other business, purchase of a pensation, has been noted by your Scippio's letter of commendation -
t met this week in Building 39 and Polaroid camera for support of Supervisors on numerous occa- commented on his ability to
heard statistics soft drink think ahead and to forsee future
on civil service activities was authorized sions. Your initiative and sense fail CPO
i bottles vanishing from Associa- and an employees' picnic of responsibility have earned you problem areas and to take prompt
tion sponsored machines and was discussed. It was the respect of juniors and seniors and effective action to overcome
suggested
racks near Building 80. The loss alike." Club Hi-Litfs them.
over the past three months has that the picnic be heldin Couch is married to the former
been: 28 cases of bottles in June, concurrance with Cecil Field's Sandra June Turner of Ardmore, I
32 in July and 47 in August. observation of Navy Day. Calif. The Couch's have two chil- Premite
dren, Sandi Jean and Richard CECIL:
Ross. Thursday, Sept. 12: Tonighton
Hughe's letter of commendation the menu is the famous New Aviation Ordnance Chief HaganS.
Oily 2% Aides froM HAS Jix Maier Gilt read in part: "You have Orleans dish, Dunbar's Jamba- Morrison of Attack Chief Squadron
37 advanced Senior (E8)on )
demonstrated a superior tech- laya, for $1.50. Music will be to
Cook and the Sept. 6. A native of Clinch-
nical understanding of the sur- provided by Phil
vival system of A4 type air- Otes smen. port, Va.; Chief Morrison lives
eL III craft. Your knowledge and tire- Friday, Sept. 13: Live enter- now with his wife and childrenin
less efforts in connection with tainment by the Limeliters and Jacksonville. The chief has two
TA-4F canopy retention problems choice Porter House and Lobsterfor decades of Navy service behind

i mata oRA have made a significant dining pleasure, $2.25. him. '
contribution to the safety and Saturday, Sept. 14: Tonight,
PAR T M t N T 5 maintenance efforts of this music by Agenila Combo and the
squadron. 'Constant efforts to regular menu, plus Lobster.
/' improve your knowledge and abil- Wednesday, Sept. 18: Game
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I, 1 1,2 ft 3 ledrooH ApirtnutsIron ities have been an example for night tonight with a special din- .!Ycrrff \
others to emulate. Your polished ing dish of Chicken Pilauf
'! $138 per Month manner and military conduct and only 75#. I\
I courtesy have been exemplaryand
I! tL reflect great credit upon Help keep WHOLESALE
MATADORI.! .the true tradition of old Spainis yourself and this squadron. Your AmericaStrong PRICE TO EVERYONE
graciously reflected, both inside and outside, highly professional ability, your
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MoviesMovies Club I I ij ijAds ijr



will be shown nightlyat r
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the NAS' Jax Theater at 7:30
p.m. There will also be a Kid-

die Matinee at 2 p.m., Sat., anda BLUE JACKETS should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun night dance to the Florida' 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. ;
and holidays. The Hospital Theater Cay and the Chantels Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
will have one nightly featureat p.m. until midnight. publisher is 'instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
7 p.m. Cecil Field will have The' Runaways will be be received WITH the copy for the ad. ,
two nightly shows during the'week tured band from 9
at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Matinees will 1 a.m. The Runaways Do Net Send Cask

be shown on weekends at 2 and Saturday from 2 to 6

5 p.m. Ratings: A -S Adults, again from 9 p.m. Rate: Minimum dirge ((3 Hies). . a . .$2.00
GA General Audience, Sup- September 15,the

Very erior,Good E -G Excellent- Good, F-- VG Fair-, p.m.under, and the the lights Crystal Per idditioRil line ((4 words per line). .- . 0.50A

CNA Class Not Available. will perform from 8

midnight. September
Thursday, Sept. 12 famed Marshmellow

NAS: '"THREE GUNS FOR will be on hand Civilian Use SERVICEMEN'S WIVES STEREO COMBINATION $63
TEXAS" starring Neville Brand until midnight. The For Service Know How Toy Demonstrators Part-time, CONSOLE MODEL with radio
and Peter Brown. (Color west- perform September 17 Major Company has openings in No experience needed. Must take up payments on beautiful
ern) 99.mins. GA/G. Crystal Cathedral areas of Fla., for men Drive, Earn $1,000 in 3 mos., stereo like new. 4 speed record
HOSPITAL: "ROAD HUST- September 18. Happy ability, initiative and desire Bonus Plan. Call 771 3211 changer. Balance due$63. or $8
LERS" starring Robert Dix and the Blue Jackets Inn higher than average earnings. Ext. 274. 4-7 p.m. per month. Phone 353-1946 any-
Scott Brady. (Color Action Dra- Monday through training provided. In- time. Ask for Credit Manager.Will .
ma) 96 mins. CNA.C. to 6 p.m. telephone number when SINGERGOLDEN deliver, no obligation. A-l
FIELD: "THE GREEN BE inquiry to: SEW Music .Center, 1606 Main St.
USED AS A DEMONSTRATOR
RETS" CPO CLUB -- Regional Supervisor Jacksonville.
Jansen starringJohnWayneDavid JimHutton. (Col-- pizzas will go for $. 16)I 2911 McCoy Rd., ONLY. Like new,4 dr.desk.Does
seafood all this without attachments:But
row will be the Orlando, Fla. 32809
or War Drama) 141 mins. A -
M/E. of the house for $ tonholes, fancy designs, blind ORANGE PARK-FOR SALE BY
night's dancing ORANGE PARK hems, overcasts, winds bobbin Owner. Two Bedroom house and
Friday, Sept. 13 from the sounds of TROPICAL SETTING through needle. Bal. $41 or$5.20mo. two story duplex furnished, sep-
Saturday, after Free home trials. 771-8211 both lot 871/2
NAS' "BIG HAND FOR A LIT- dining EXECUTIVE AREA arate buildings, on
TLE LADY" starring Henry sirloin steak special, HOLLY POINT Dealer. x 225 ft., facing on two streets.
Fonda and Joanne Woodward. the music of the Tune BR, 2 Baths, Corner F'place, 264-9234.
& DR Fan RENT OR FOR SALE
LR Lge. Mod. -
(Color Comedy Drama) 95 min.
GA/G. "0" CLUB -- ., Wooded Lot, Will refinance Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1
HSOPITAL: "THREE GUNS featured at the "0" or VA $28,500.VIRGINIA FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.Call Otr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean
FOR TEXAS". week include Casey E. BELL Powell or 'Mills, USN modem trailers & Apts. 389-
C. FIELD: "ROAD HUST 8 until 11 p.m. REAL ESTATE Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park 3007.
LERS". Johnny Jelinek from 264 2488 Broker ,Realty. Military-Free Notary.
until 12:30 (24 Hr 356 ti'2462))
a.m. : :
DISC
DO YOU WANT TO BE1 A
Saturday, Sept. 14
cials this week include DARDEN MOBILE HOME
JOCKEY? For Information call
eaters Buffet tonight Subdivision, 9416 Crystal SpringsRd.
NAS: "INSPECTOR CLOSE- SINGERS FOR $25 355 4834. Day or night.
AU" starring Alan Arkin and 9 p.m., champagne Machines, left in storage. ., 781 2127. Close to Cecil

4' ,Frank Finlay. (Color Comedy) morrow and Saturday condition. Does everything, Field 85k91' Lg. Lots, water, UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT'
day, lunch will be with attachments. paved roads, patio
A M/VG.
105 mins. -
4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath
1:45 and
HOSPITAL: "BIG HAND FORA a.m. to p.m. for storage charge, $25. Bungalow w/stove&refrig.Furn.
LITTLE LADY." dinner from 6 until 9 Call 353-1946. Will deliver, LAKE LOTS Dining Rm., Garage & Space,
Tuesday night is
J C. FIELD: "THREE GUNS obligation.A-l WAREHOUSE ,Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545,
lots Santa Fe Lake.
''FOR TEXAS.*' night. MAIN, ST. Large on
Terms. Call Owner 387-7379.
ACEY DEUCY CLUB '
Sunday, Sept. IS END OF SEASON SPECIAL 66 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE
night is casual night at J
Unclaimed Layaway Blue, Good Cond. W/W, Two
Br. Furn.
Cottage Lake
on
TO SHILOH"starring "come
NAS: "JOURNEY Deucy, so as 772-3408.
USED
NEVER Tops.
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33 miles from
: ,James ''Caan. *" and enjoy the music Orange
$8,000. Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma-
Leslie and the Tune chine. Makes buttonholes, fancy UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT
I I 1 The Four Clubs are RETIREMENT HOME designs, blind hems. Pay bal.$25 3 Large BR., 2 Bath, Cent. A&H.

attraction for Saturday Br., in the country $8,000. cash or $5 mo. Dealer. Free Fla. Room & Fenced Yard. Cor-

'tl Juan (Cont. on Page ) Park_ Realty, 2642411..: home trial 771-9106 anytime. ner 3845596.Lot. Close to Schools.



CJ) ;lias OPEN SUNDAY 'Karen'DELRAY AC St.Low New1 MANOR 20's.all Building brick- HOtlv homes Lots&, Entrance 389-4275.SMALL, utilities, CLEAN Furn.PRIVATE$50.00

Available. Floyd White, Bldr.
Juan at Niblick 771-5643.
1965 PONTIAC LeMans
Phone 384 4406
GARAGE SALE 2 Dr. HT, V-8, P/S, Console
Auto Trans., new tires, Extra,
1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms Friday, 9:30 am 8:30 pm. Extra Clean, $1595.
Garden Type Apartmentswith A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY Saturday, 9:30 am 4 pm. 4816 1967 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE
Country Club Malpas Lane in Ortega Forest,
Sta. Wag., A/C. 390 Eng. Pis.
AtmosphereKitchens w. f... them the VW 16 point Sattty and Performance Inspect Clothing, Fabrics, Misc.Household Auto Trans., $2595. Call Mr.
equipped with G-E ion. Then .. tuned up tightened, end replaced everything that & Yard items, etc.
Ranges & Refrigerators needed it. And fuerenteed them 1007* for the repair or replacement Madison, Base Ext. 2431 or
.'Individual Air of all major mechanical part.for 30 days or 1000 mU... Comeon
Conditioningand In an<1 double check. 1963 CORVAIR MONZA, 3845941.WE
G-E FINANCE I
Heating by ENGINE REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
Drapes furnished ASSEMBLIES TRANSMISSION BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 4-Speed, Good Cond., will sacri-
Wall to Wall Carpeting and fice, 389-1606, 781-7326. FOR SALE 1966 GLASPAR
.Large Su'imming PoofFLORIDA ( 63 VW SEDAN . . . . $895 15' w/reconditioned
speedboat,
64 VW SEDAN . . . . $1075 1965 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 1964 EVINRUDE 60. Trailerex-
10 x 55, 6 ft. Tilt out. Cent.
65 VW SEDAN . ,. . ; . $1200 A/Cond., Washing Mach., Lot of tras. 264-4371 evenings.

Tomorrow 66 VW SEDAN. . . . $1400 Extras. 771-8285, for details. BABY SITTING:

67 VW SEDAN . . . '. . $1650 10166-103rd St. Lot 66. Elderly lady. Will furnish own

I? E.Lnyth...taewnewnIVIOLENT | 66 VW Dlx Sta. Wag. . ., .'';.. '. . $1750 HELP WANTED transportation. 387-5393.

\ 66 VW Squareback. .. '.' ::,.' .' . $1795 Plumber's Helpers, Exp. in pipe'

"'-" 66 VW Fastback . '.' ". ; ;; . $1695 work, apply Don Harris PlUmb- Orange FOR RENT Park 2 Will BR APT.rent to FURN.TAD,
: \ Co. 4029 Blvd. ;
...UP-TIGHT! 67 VW Karman Cpe . : '. . .$1950 ing Blanding Personnel or. Bachelors. 264 -

i \ 67 VW Fastback . . . . $1950 FOR SALE, GAS STOVE, 30" 6884.
CYCLE- PSYCHOS 67 VW Fastback Air Cond. Vesta Coppertone, used 18 mos.,
. . $2150
vs.COPS 1/2 price at $65. Green Cove
r 68 VW Karmen Ghia Cpe. . . . $2250 Springs 284-3562. WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear
r NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of
I 66 OLDS F85 ,
Deluxe 4 Dr. Loaded Air Cond. $1895
Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn.
L 1JA 1 67 FAI RLAN 500 2 Dr. II.T. Loaded Air Cond. $2395 MEN OR WOMEN INTERESTED Apts. Newly painted, 2BR, LR,

67 CHEVELLE MALIBU 2 DR. HT. . ..$2495 in Full or Pan Time Work, Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking.
Loaded Air Cond. Party Sales. Car necessary. Water, Sewage & Garbage inc.1d.Only .

64 PLYMOUTH 4-Door, A/C. . . $ 895 Will train. Excel. Pay.771-1196. $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call
387-2541, rites or weekends Call
r'r 66 FAIRLANE 500 4 Dr. Sta. Wag. Loaded $1795 1965 HONDA "50" CUB 3890744. Plenty of Vacancles.September .

65 CHEVROLET Sport Van . . $1250 New tires, Excel. Cond. New
Tags. 771-3750 after 5 p.m. or
OVER 40 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM

fROM THE COMPANY THt BROUT.HT YOU 772-3118 during me day. 5AFti1Y woks...
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#86 NewsNavy
-i }* By June Goff

Cdr. WJ. Tutwiler, executive

Wives Club Jax #86, R officer, NATTC, tossed the first
held their monthly business football on the field Tuesday and
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 4. launched the 1968 intramural
A new member,Mrs.Rhettman football program on what shouldbe
A. Mullis was initiated into the an exciting season.
club by the club chaplain, Mrs. The opening games were played
Gregg Lucas, who was installedin r between the Jax 69er's from
the Candlelight ceremony by t 1 f to b AE School and UFO from AO
the N.W.C. of America, National School on field number one.Field
( Scholarship Foundation Chairman number two was the scene ofa
Mrs, Barney Meyer. contest between MAD from Marine -
Mrs. Henry Barnes, Mrs. W. Aviation Detachment and
M. Brown, and Mrs.,Bill Howard 4e:4JjJ F- the Abortionists from AO School.
were elected delegates to the \ : Scores for the Tuesday night

national N.W.C.A. convention, a- games were not available at press
long with the club president, time.
Mrs. Thomas Bennett.Also leav- __ Other teams in the 1968 league
ing for the Oct. 12 conventionin I __ include Garrisons Gorillas from
San Diego are Mrs. Wilbert AO School and MAD's Spartans.
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Wagner, national N.W.C.A.
9Pwvi:. wI of Naval Air
Representatives
treasurer, and Mrs. Barney
Meyer. 3- Technical Training Center met
The club will hold a bake with officials of the Greater Jacksonville -
sale Sept. 13 at the Navy Rework Fair and other military
Facilities on board the representatives on Sept. 5, to
base. Proceeds will help financethe make plans for military exhibitsat
delegation to the national -w the fair to be held in Octo- .
convention. Mrs. Dick Hellmig
ber.In
and Mrs. Charles Smith will be ..... _..--...._-- ...-. addition to the regular mili.
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the chairmen for the event. Mem- tary exhibits, fair officials wel-
bers are asked to leave baked BREATHING EASY -- ANEI 1 Willis B. Armstrong demonstrates liquid oxygen safety proceduresat come participation of military

goods at the Navy Wives Club's YAP 62's SafetyDay.'Vappers'. personnel and their dependentsin
Nursery on Sept. 12. The sale the art and flower shows, '
will stan at 6 a.m. craft exhibits, etc.
The club members voted to Donate Time to SafetyAll . .

continue paying the monthly tui- Naval Air Technical Training
tion for two students at Pine- hands participated inVAP- From ditching and bailout hours, the squadron has won two Center welcomes aboard Lt. B.
castle School for another year 62's Safety Day held Aug., 30. drills to drive safe discussions, consecutive Chief of Naval Op- Duke Woody who Is assigned
and to continue to assist the Staged quarterly Safety Day the key word for the day was erations safety awards.As temporary duty in the Military
Tuberculosis Association in preparing stresses not only flight and air- "Safety". further evidence of the effectiveness Personnel Department. He came
the envelopes for their crew safety, but also ground and Headed by LCdr. Jack Lance, of the squadron's f rom the Naval Hospital,
fund raising drive. driving safety. VAP-62's safety office has led safety program, no member of Charleston, S.C., where he underwent -
All Navy,Marine: and Coast The entire day was devotedto the squadron to an outstanding VAP-62 has been involved in a treatment for a neck
Guard wives in the area are wel- films, lectures and demon- safety record. In amassing almost traffic accident in over three injury suffered in an automobile
come to attend the next meetingof strations dealing with all aspectsof 14,000 accident free flight months. accident.Lt. .
the club at 7:30 p.m. Wed- accident prevention and disaster Woody served as Military

nesday. control. Changes in NowRegulations r.1 Uniform Personnal Officer,NavalAir Station -
L Sanford, Florida, from October -
Aloha 1965, until the base closedin
Say M..t Approval June. 10"

Your Neighbor! Lt. Woody is married to the .
... to Wash. (NAVNEWS chiefof tion,Program(NEDEP) person- former Doris E. Easley..The 1''-
Naval Operations has recently nel have been granted a spe- couple have three children: a
approved recommendations by cial initial clothing allowance by married son living in Georgia; J
DRIVE TO the Navy Uniform Board concern- the Secretary of Defense for pro- Maria, a daughter 17; and a
f i ing various changes to naval uniforms curement and wear of officer younger son, Danny, 12. 't{i
I and uniform regulations.An type uniforms while attending ';
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Cecil Rod/Gin Club W 'C .
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CECIL FIELD: Final plans Dove hunting in Florida. Phase Golf Chatter
have been./completed for the Dove One: October 5 to November 3.
hunting season aboard NAS Cecil Phase Two: November 16 to De- The.Cecil Field Women's Golf
Field and outlying fields at cember 1. Phase Three: Decem- Club had their first match of the
Whitehouse.All ber 14 to January 6. fall season last Friday, Septem-
hunting will take place For those hunters interestedin ber 6. Betty Moranville finished -
from noon to dark on Saturdaysonly archery, the hunting season with a low net of 72 and Mrs.
commencing October 5,and opens Saturday, September 14. Clair Grosskopf, in keeping with
will correspond with the regu- The Cecil Field club is pres- family tradition finished with the
larly scheduled state seasons. ently looking for archers who low putt score of 34.
Dove shoots aboard OLF White- would like to become club mem- The Club will hold it's annual M
house will be regulated by the bers. If your interest is bow and coffee at the golf shack Friday,
Florida Game and Fresh Water arrows, you are urged to con- September 13, beginning at 9:00
Fish Commission. Game War- tact either LCdr. Vaughn at Ext. A.M. Despite the date, the ladies -
dens will enforce all hunting and 142 or ATC Roy Paigeat expect good luck and wishto
safety regulations. Ext. 330.CECIL encourage all lady golfers
Parking will be permitted onlyin interested in becoming club
the marked parking areas FIELD -- The Cecil members, to attend Friday's cof-
off of the perimeter road and Field Rod and Gun Club would fee. .
close to the field. like to remind everyone that
All personnel desiring to hunt Saturday will be the club's outing ON THE WAY--A good block by a teammate leaves Bobby
in the above areas must have a and fish fry at Lake Newman. Fuel of VA-44 open for a 58-yard touchdown from a run a-
Events will be from 10OOa.m.
State of Florida Hunting Licensein to 3:00 p.m. and will include round left, end. VA-44 won 26 to 6 over VF-931, scoring two
their with possession the Officer, check of the In skeet shooting, a turkey shoot, touchdowns in the last five minutes of the game Monday, and
and out
Day, and comply with other pro- and a fishing contest for the kids, another .that was called back due to a penalty marker on the
visions of reference, CECIL- plus a satisfaction guaranteed; old play.
FLDINST 11015.1F.The fashioned fish fry.: Everyone is
Official State Hunting Cal- invited to attend, and admission
endar shows three phases of will be only $1.00 for adults and d.
50tf for children.

Self Defense Classes JTi:

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Open for Women Monday

'CECIL--Changing times have fense class, set to commence
seen women penetrating into almost hostilities Sept. 16.
facet of the
every mascu- Sponsored by the Cecil Field .
line world sometimes the
to
Athletic Department, the classes
horror and sometimes the
will be held every Monday and
of mankind. It's
amusement no 5
Thursday from 8:30 to 10:30
secret that the cute little blonde
a.m. Registration will be the
..r who doesn't appreciate an appreciative morning Sept.16 and all inter-
4 whiste might\ demon- ested distaff dependents of serv-
: strate her disaffection with a ice personnel are welcome.
pivot kick to the solar plexus
followed by a hammer fist striketo Kidding aside martial exer- 1
the bridge of the nose and ,a cises (not marital, ladies) are
k heel stomp upon the downed drugstore supposed to do wonders for the Last month we said
wolf. The petite redhead grace, figure and disposition of
who took out the 298-pound Houston the practitioner. Flabby musclesand "Yes"
.wrestler with a spike heel is excess flesh vanish with e.e t,.
enshrined in,some strange monu- serious and dedicated exercise, '
ment to feminine self-determinaIsm. and the exercise might as well To a man who asked for a few extra dollarsto

be militant. You can never tell POLICY The Open fix up his first vacation house.To .
Now, the ladies of Cecil can when some sweet young thing GOOD -
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I COMPUTER CORNER I IM Snorts: ]1968-69 HUH!*" Calendar



New York Mets By arc Bud the potential GoodeThe pitching Kings of the RoundupFootball For State of FloridaSeptember

National League. A one per cent Improvement in any one of Computer
Corner's four pitching factors, and the Mets will have the January
lowest: ERA in the league. Intramural football is rolling
Computer Corner poured the season's pitching statistics into our along at better than earlierin
pace . Deer and bear season
14 5
University Computing Corporation electronic evaluator to measure the season but field conditionsare Archery season opens
the pitchers' On Base Average percentage. Here are the results still from all the rain. statewide. closes in Northeast, Central,
((8/20): soggy 29 Archery season closes South and Everglades regions.
It's still a bit early to list team
NATIONAL LEAGUE ON BASEAVERAGE AMERICAN LEAGUE ON BASEAVERAGE except for managed hunts and Turkey,season closes in North -
standings but both VA 44 and
% % regular season bow hunting. east Central and South regions.
VA 87 undefeated and
are seemto
NEW YORK .226 CLEVELAND .202 6 Third Phase dove sea-
show the most promise at this
ST. LOUIS .230 BALTIMORE .210 October son closes.
SAN FRANCISCO .234 DETROIT .219 point. Scores from the pastweek's 12 Woodcock season clos-
LOS ANGELES .239 OAKLAND .225 action are: Sept. 4,
5 First Phase dove seas- es.
ATLANTA .239 MINNESOTA .233, AMD,20, VA -12,0.
son opens. 14 Second Phase duck,
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HOUSTON .246 CHICAGO .234 Sept. 5, VA 87, 24; VA closes.
and coot season
.247 CALIFORNIA .237 and the day, The goose
PITTSBURGH 831,0, same November
16 Special scaup season
PHILADELPHIA .252 NEW YORK .244 Marine Barracks won over Wea-
CINCINNATI .254 BOSTON ..246CHICAGO in the second overtime, by opens in specified areas.
pons 3 First Phase dove season 19 Deer, bear and turkey
.255 WASHINGTON .263 awarded for
one point, greatest
closes. closes in Northwest
.242 Average .231 season
Average
The Mets lead the league in On Base Average percentage, allow- yardage 9, VP -gained 931 6 in, overtime.VA 4426.Sept. 9 Deer, bear, turkey, region. Turkey season closes in

ing only 22.6% of all opposing batters to reach first base; they 10 VA-174 1 VA37, 0 squirrel and quail season opensin Everglades region.
Sept. : ;
lead the league in Strike Out percentage, fanning 17.6%; and they Marine Barracks, 20 AMD, 0. Northeast, Central, South and 31 Special scaup season
are tied for 2nd with St. Louis in the Clutch Pitching department, Everglades regions. Snipe and closes.

Allowing only 24.3% of all base runners to score. Next week's schedule is as follows woodcock opens statewide..
Only on the 4th pitching factor, control percentage, do they do : Sept. 12, VA 44 vs VA- 15 Rail and gallinule sea- February
worse than the league, walking 8.2% of all batters facing their son closes.
pitchers vs. a 7.8% league average. 87; Sept.B Circle 16, and AMD VA vs VF 174- 16 Deer, bear, turkey, 23 ._ Quail and squirrel
Meanwhile, back in Los Angeles, the Dodgers' pitching staff has 931 ( ) squirrel and quail season opensin season closes in Northeast,Cen-
been throwing it's collective arm out and, to all intents and pur- vs the Marine's (Weapons Field) Northwest region. Second tral, South and Everglades
poses, they are tied with the New York Mets on ERA with 2.55 for Sept. 17, VA 45 vs VA 37 Phase dove season opens state- regions.
the Mets and 2.56 for L.A. This week, with the Dodgers in the Sept 18 VA 12 vs VF'- 931 wide.

cellar, the question has been asked, "What's happened to L.A.?" (B Circle) and Weapons vs AMD 28 First Phase duck, March
The answer, bruited about in bar 'n grill, is, "The Dodgers have (Weapons Field); Sept. 19, VA-
lost heart." vs VA 174, (B Circle) goose and coot season opens 2 Quail and squirrel sea-

Computer Corner says the Dodgers haven't lost heart. At least, and VA 831 vs Marine Bar- statewide. son closes in Northwest region.

not the pitchers. They may have lost a finger-nail, or an arm. But racks (Weapons Field). 8. Spring turkey gobbler
they haven't lost heart. It takes great courage for a pitcher to B December season. opens south of State Road
go out on the field day in.' and day out, with the knowledge that All games are played at the # 50, .

his batters are going to score maybe two runs, maybe one, maybenone. Circle Field if not otherwise 1. First Phase duck, 22. .Spring turkey gobbler
and at 4:45
specified, commence
season opens north of State Road
p.m. Monday through Thursday goose and coot season and Second #50.
Phase dove season closes.
evenings. 23 Spring turkey gobbler

Tennis 14 ., Second Phase duck, season closes south of State Road
goose and coot season and Third # 50.
The tennis leagues top three Phase dove season opens state- April
are VA 37, 16 and 4, VA wide.
831 13 and 2, and VA 45, 6 Spring Turkey gobbler
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By JOSN Brent KallestadJax d Lead ; VP-16 Tops ALJax

-- It is a great time of the year for football fans and sportsmen : -
but Saturday you'll have a decision to make. Televised collegiate -- VP lb and VAP 62 sit alone on top ol their respective
football or bow hunting! Florida's second archery hunting leagues after four weeks of intramural action. The two front -
season opens Saturday, one-half hour before sunrise and continues runners made shambles of their opponents last week and further
through September 29. entrenched themselves as the teams to beat.
An archery permit and regular brings the San Francisco-Bal- VAP 62 scored a pair of smashing victories In the National
hunting license is required to timore game at 1:30 p.m. and League., The N. L. leaders had ,six players score in each of their
hunt during the statewide archery Oakland and Buffalowillbemeeting wins a 38 0 victory over Aircraft Maintenance and a 32 6 romp
season or on the managed hunts at the same time on Channel over the Marine Barracks. Leb Chagman managed to score for the
within wildlife managementareas. 12. Monday at 9:30 p.m. the Los Matine Barracks.
The archery permit is Angeles Rams take on the Cardinals Second place VP 30 remained a game off the pace as they nud-
rot required for hunting withbowand in St. Louis on Channel ged 679th, 12-6 as the loop's top scorer, Jim Dorman, talliedall
arrow during any regularly 4. Good weekend for bachelors- 12 points. Gerald Meier .scored 679's touchdown. 679th also
scheduled season or special hunt hal! lost to MARTD in action last week, by a 12 0 count. R. A. Johnsonand
where firearms are allowed. Ping PongA J. C. Clingerman scored TD's for MARTD. MARTD scored
Florida bowhunters may obtain ping pong organization a another victory with an 18 0 thumping of the Marine Barracksas
a copy of the brochure "Bow meeting is scheduled for Wed- T. C. ""Alley! Opp" Barr scored all three touchdowns.
Hunting in Florida" which con- nesday at the Recreation Office, Aircraft Maintenance whippedNARTU
tains rules and regulations for 9:30 a.m. Everyone interested in t vFo 20-8 to ound out the a half game out with a 4 1
bowhunting. This guide also informs intramural ping pong is en- league action as Gail Masterson mark.
hunters when and where- couraged to have a representative proved to be the thorn in the side VP 16 scored an Impressive
they can hunt withbow and arrow.It at the meeting. The MRec" of the losers. Don Sivyer scoreda 30-0 win over Hospital as Tom
would be a good idea to get office is in Building 3. touchdown for NARTU and Steve Fletcher, Dick Barnard, Bob
one and you can by writing the Jackson added the two-point con- Schide and George Kibler again ,
Game and Fresh Water Fish MarInes WIn version. provided an offensive show for
Commission in Tallahassee, onlookers. The defense of the
Panama City, Lake City, Ocala, American LeagueVP league leading VP16er's rpov-
Lakeland or West Palm Beach. Pistol Honors 3 16 remains in first with a ed to be as good as their dyn-
4 Football Weekend 4-0 slate but Admin is only amic offense.
Once again the "tube" bringsa lax -- Three local Marines Admin scored a pair of winsto
big, big weekend into your stationed with the Marine Air Detachment move into second place last
living rooms. (Happy -- wives?) here returned from the Sturiligs week, and they did It with a rush.
Saturday afternoon at 3:45, the Florida State Champoinshlp in Both contests were close,
Georgia-Tennessee clash will be Miami. American League but Dave Tuscan's three touch-
on Channel 17; Sunday you will Wolf a instructor with the downs proved to be too much for
t have to make a choice between Mechanical Fundaments School; VP-16 4-0 NARF as they won 22 13, and
,i the AFL and NFL. Channel 4 garnered a first and third placein Admin 4-1 Tim Sweeney scored the game's
the overall compeptition; Pic- FAETU '>.';, 3-1 only points in their 6-0 con-
Football TourneyJax kens and Partridge both recepted BOND IN FLINT FLICK? NARF 2-2 quest of VP 45.
a second and third place Diana Bond is only one of a VP 45 2-2
-- Athletic Director, medal in the same compeitiion.LeifliRl bevy of beauties surrounding Hospital 1-3 Weapons scored their first win
Frank, McCaffery announcedthat James Coburn in 20th Century's"In Weapons 1-3 of the campaign with a surprising -
the ComFairjax Touch Like Flint." VP-5 0-4 6-0 whitewashing of pre-
Football Tourney will beheld Scorers viously unbeaten FAETU. Fred
' October 21 25. All teams American League TD PAT TP Grid Expert Mershon scored Weapons'lone-
that. have personnel under touchdown.VP .
National
r Tuscan Admin 32 League
COMNAVAIRLANT will be 5 2 Prepare Fer
eligible, and this includes Schide, VP 16 5 0 30 VAP 62 4-0 45 evened their season
a Mayport, Cecil Field and Pate, NARF 4 4 28 Feetball Year VP 30 3-1 record at 2 2 with a 16 12
Fletcher VP -16 4 2 26 MARTD 2-1 win over NARF. The victors defense -
NAS.McCaffery recently returned Parker, Admin 2 2 14 Next week the Jax Air News's Marine Barracks 2-2 accounted for a pair of
from Norfolk, Virginia National League Pigskin Prognostication contest A/C Maint. 1-2 points with a safety,and;Rocky"
r where he-attended a meeting of .Dorman. VP 30, 7 2 44, begins and this is the,last warning -' NARTU .&1. 1-2 Bridges bolted for two TD's.,
Navy Athletic Directors to set Badivanotaz VAP 62. 4 2 26 to football fans to bone up on VW 4 1-2 Charlie Pate and Paul Wohl-'
up the'1969 Navy events. He Franz, YAP 62 2 8 20 collegiate and professional teams 679th 0-4 gemuth each scored touchdownsfor
was accompanied to the Sept- Jackson, VAP 62 3 0 18 around the country. losing NARF.
ember 5 meeting by the Ath- (Tie) Barr, MARTD 3 0 18. For the next 10 weeks the
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letic Directors from Cecil sports department will print a
Field and.Mayport. Dave Tuscan's 200 point ex- ballot with team games (include
against NARF has put the Admin ing one tie breaker where you
S sprinter into the American Lea- must pick the score) and you'
().P cOti Lead points scored. The race can select your teams. The ballot -
is very close as Bob Schide, must be submitted by noon
Dairy Charlie Pate and Tom Flet- on the day after the paper appears -
cher are all within a touchdown of orby Friday noon nearly
the leader. all instances. These ballots will
Queen VP 30's Jim Dorman leads be collected and screened and
both loops in scoring as he's am- each week's winner will be announced 411VL'T
massed 44 points on seven touch- In the paper. The sea-
downs and two points after son champion will come from the
'prcnch''' ';frit AU and retains a comfortable lead ten weekly champions and he will
Rtn6s i din over his nearest pursuer. be honored with an award
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\\1 200. CLUB )! .," Strikers, Piasters Still!


600 Series"'-Kryger, Vapoeccs
t\\\ 163.195.244.602 Undefeated in Bowlina

j, Kryger, Vapogees 244 -- .,
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9' Del Cruz, Pinsters 233 In the League the,
; I, Jax -- The American League Continental!
Mullin, AFEES 228 Strikers, and the Pinsters of the Red Darters# 2, Checkers, and
. i Packard, AOMD###2 225 National circuit are the only two Marine Barracks all racked up
:1 Potter, Gold 219 '. I .. remaining unbeaten intramural 4 victories.. The league -
: \ Kerrick, Pin Benders 213 bowling teams. The league -. leading Pinbenders took a 3 1-
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\ Adultin, Uncles 213 leading Pinbenders of the Con- win from the Torptuners. and
Clark, AOMD2 211 1 ;' : tinental League have a 13 3 the White Hats, Gold, and
Taulbee,'Foggy Five 209 : slate, and the Vapogees and Spoilers Sparks also picked up 3 1
Henderson, Red Darters #2 209 of the Atlantic Loop are series wins.
locked in first tie with The moved into a
a place Spoilers
Alexander, Red Darters ###2 209
12-4 records. first place tie in the Atlantic
Trad, 208 The Pinsters remained unbeaten League by taking a 4 0 slate
Shields, FAETU Blue 207 6 ky"c in the National League witha from Supply /## 1 via forfeit.
Johnson, AO tD#2 207 4 0 sweep of Faid Folk. The Bean Burners tied the Va-
Griffin, White Hats 205 The Red Darters # 3 won a pogees: 2 2 to knock the Vaps
Lecas, Spoilers 201 4 0 set from the Pin Teasersvia into a tie with the Spoilers. The
Mullin, AFEES 201 a forfeit wile the Sky Eagles and 579th also bowled to
Warriors Foggy Five # 1, a 2 2 tie. The VW 4 Officers -
Inll.pend.llt AOMD 11/ Playboys and AOMD and VP 30 took 4-0
d #/# 2 all scored 3 -1 series vic wins, and the Uncles andMARTD
Y tories. /# 2 scored 3 -1 win.
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day. Game night begins 6 p.m. Ladies Golf UnderwayJax
Sunday. Children under 10 years 1

of age will not be allowed to -- Penny Bennett (left) and Louise Coleman share a putter:
attend the Sunday night'game while Alice Mills seemingly plays in a more orthodox manner. Mrs.! 1 S :
night, other children havean
must Coleman, association chairman, was present at theNASJax Women's ,
ID card. Hour fea-
Happy is Golf Association tea held last week, and 55 women signed up for this
tured Monday through Wednesday season. The women will be playing, either nine or. 18 holes each
from 4:30 until wishes 6:30 p.m. The Tuesday during ladies' day on the NAS course. The distaff league is For Less Dollars AtOLDSMOBIIECHEVROLET
management to remind open to, all ladies, and golf pro Joe MacDonald will give lessons.In .
of
patrons the Acey Deucy that
shorts, slacks, and culotts are opening league action Tuesday, Arliene Guillin's 77 won the
not permitted in the ballroom on first flight and Marian Miller' and Alice.Mills both fired 80's to tie
Saturday or Sunday. 'A buffet Is for second. Lucy Powell had the fewest putts -- 31.
featured Sunday, all you can eat Harriet Potter shot a 76 in the Second ''Flight to nudge Elaine
for $1.25. Honour, who had a 78 for her day's efforts. Betty Gustin had a
31 for low putt score. e/ 4
'j CANDELIGHT eo_ A buffet Lucille Rae had an 78 to pick up the honors on opening day in the
lunch Is served every day except Third Flight. Luise Coleman was Third Flight runner up with a
Saturday for $1.25 on week- 78 and Jay. Cotton and Helen Graves each had low putt scores of
,days and $2.15 Sundays. The 33.
restaurant is open from 11 a.m.
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