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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.
:r VOL. 26 NO. 28 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA OCTOBER 3, 1968

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f Jax Is Nation's Largest CityJacksonville ,.t: ":.k.ljfKl>,.,
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stretched its city limits to encompass 827 square miles Tuesday, I; S irj ; .:: ';
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was fitting that during Consolidation Day activities that the Navy took an ...S ; : .

active part in gala celebrations as Jax also became the nation's largest "Navy town". ". v ,

thxs Naval participation ranged from Navy and Marine bands and color guards to the Seabee U wTa

rifle drill team and the firing of a 21 gun salute to the Bold New City. t

Representing the Navy at the day's activities were several high ranking naval .

officers headed by RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. The of .

ficers attended a morning prayer breakfast and later the ceremony in which Hans G.

Tanzler took the oath of office as mayor of the first consolidated government.
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After the 21-gun salute echoed across the St. Johns River, Capt. Henry 0. Cut. ;

ler, commanding officer of NAS Jax,rep resented the Navy in placing Navy material in .4

4 a time capsule buried behind City Hall. The capsule is scheduled to remain undergrounduntil

the turn of the century when another generation digs it up in the year 2000.

Tuesday evening the famed historical flag pageant was performed for hundredsof 4
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Jax citizens by student officers from the Naval Air Basic Training command at Pen-

sacola to close out the first day of consolidated Jacksonville.
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ROMAN CATHOLIC
St. Edwards Chapel


Fire-Man's Great EnemyFall Ay ,4 ti SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.

., DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.

has arrived with its snapto All too often, there is other Pu! F t SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
CONFESSIONS - 5
the morning air, the golden smoke In the air .- from char p.m.-
hues in the foliage and the smellof red homes and possessions.Fire 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m-7:30 p.m.

burning leaves hanging in the WL' .. TUESDAY
--man's friend Catholic
air. greatest Single Young Organization -
is also his greatest enemy. It t - 7:30
,.. p.m.
<<.'__- '". ...,.",r-.fI'. .." :;...::.:. 'Jr 4"" ;.r..f l.ttr strikes without warning, killing SM
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'. '' \" f. :: '}1 thousands and costing millions of F'r S t U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.

"f tA.. & .; dollars .each Luke's Chapel
.. .. Unfortunately
,II v. { f.{ year. most fires 4 \ 81i. "if a
are caused by carelessness or -Iy I
:., Rte SUNDAY MASS - 8:00 a.m.
p permitting hazardous conditionsto 4 PROTESTANT
:.: ,SRO OOI.LA'c1 exist that increase the possibility SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
of fire.Carelessness.
1A d
; NG-S and potential fire .PROTESTANTAll .
p'il, J SQUADRON KICK OFF-VP-16 "kicks off" this year's Com-
r hazards can be eliminated, Saints' Chapel ,
bined Federal Campaign as R.H. Schulze executive officer,
but only if everyone makes fire
prevention a continuing effort. and AX I Clayton make first Eagles contributions. Receivingthe SUNDAY

V National Fire Prevention Week is first of many contributions to come Is Lt. (jg) M. Vannata, CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.

Oct. 6 12, but one week a yearis VP-16's officer-in-charge of the 1968 campaign. Blgd. #722
w not enough to reduce the flaming Divine Worship Service10:00

menance to our lives and a.m. Bldg # 722.

; property.You' Junior Youth Fellowship 6p.m.
f can use Oct. 6 12 to Bldg. #722. .
obtain valuable information on WEDNESDAYSenior

X55 fire prevention and elimination Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.
; \ of fire hazards, but 'don't let it THURSDAY :

end there. Use National Fire rl oq Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
Prevention Week as the start Bldg. #722.Christian '
tc4LLI of your year long campaign to Science Service --

make your home office, instal- 7:30 p.m. Bldg. #722.
lation and community safer.

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Whatever A Man SowsBy Traffic I


LCdr. R. L. RobersonThe I I

young lad had planned to go fishing after school let out in the
afternoon, needless to say during the last hour he found difficultyin I !
Violations
concentrating on English literature as he contemplated large
mouth bass and speckled brim. 9

The bell rang and he rushed home. As he rounded the corner of
the house where his fishing pole lay, his father called him from the The following is a report of
garden where he was preparing soil for a bean patch. He informedthe motor vehicle accidents and
young man that before he entertained any thoughts of "wettinghis 1 traffic violations for the period
line he had a basket of beans to plant. September 17 through 25.
He took the bucket of seed and dropped three beans in each hill VAP 62 CONTRIBUTION -- RAdm. Robert J. Stroh COM-, Number of Accidents.

:: of ,the, first row. At the end of 'the row the'bucket appeared as full FAIRJAXt accepts a check from VAP 62 Commanding Officer This Week . . 9
f. as when he had started; He realized if there was any fishing to be Cdr. Burke'' E. Eakle for the Photomen's contributionto Total accidents this year through

done he would need to make more progress. the Combined Federal Services Campaign as COMFAIR- Sept. 23 .26

The next several rows ,he planted a hand-full of beats in each JAX Chairman Capt. D. A. Hempson looks on. In 10 days Number of accidents through Sep-

hill and still the supply of seed was overabundant. At the end of the VAP 62 Campaign Chairman Lt. George Sanders and his tember 1967 . . .277
next row' he glanced up at the sun, down into the bucket and dumpedthe team of key men collected 138 per cent of the squadron'sgoal. Total numbers of days since
remaining seed into a large hole. He went fishing! last injury In a motor vehicle accident -

Several days later he returned from school and his older brother . . .. .1
said: "Dad wants to see you in the bean patch and he's not in too Number of accidents through

good of a mood The young man walked toward his father who then Teen Cadette Sept., 1967 - - 277
took him up and down each row. Troop Total number of days since last

In the first row, three sprouts grew from each hill. In the next sev- injury: in d motor vehicle accident -
eral rows, sprouts were growing in clusters. When they came to the - ------I
spot where he had dumped thebuckettherewas a solid mass of young Elects New LeadersSeveral Number of Violations

beans. The rest of the patch was barren except for a few scattered This Week - -54

weeds. Speeding - - -11-
The young man "got the point" andhebraced: himself for what was teenage girls have assistant patrol leader; Ruth Reckless Driving - -0
to follow. He expected his father's belt to come off at any moment formed a Cadette troop aboard Rogers; treasurer; Kathy Wilson Going through Stop Sign --7
and swing into action. He was surprised when his father knelt down base with the help of Mrs. Bob- recorder; CindyHalltrans- Other Violations -- -36
and began to pray:' "0 God, please teach my son that whatever he by Bradbery and Lt. Marilynn portation manager, Susan Scott, Twenty six drivers appeared
sows he will also reap." Henry from the Naval Hospital. commissary manager, Jan Ad- before the Traffic Hearing
The young man learned that "whatever a man sows he will also Affiliated with the Girl Scoutsof ams, equipment manager and Board at the meeting held on
reap" is not only a good rule of gardening but a rule of life. America the local Cadettes Peggy Bradbery, health and Sept. .26. Disposition of the

meet each Thursday from 7 to safety. cases included the following:

HOLDING k SHARE OF YOUR FUTURE 9 p.m.in the at ,Girl station Scout theater.headquarters Mrs. Bradbery said the troop Six lost driving and parking pri-
will be limited to 13 girls until vileges aboard station for various
For junior high school
age more adults volunteer to help periods; 15 were assigned to
girls, the Cadette troop plansits supervise the troop. Women Interested complete an eight hour course

own activities with adults In aiding the troop or ,in remedial driving; Five received -
serving only as advisors. The
girls interested in having their suspensions; eight were
month-old troop has not been
names placed on the waiting list. given warnings; two were dismissed -
given number date.
a to
may call Mrs Bradbery at ; nine >were fined(( U. S.
At a Sept. 12
troop meetingthe
387-1535. Commissioner); and none were
following ladies were elect- referred to their commanding officers -
ed to adult positions: Mrs. Cur- Among the activities planed
tis Mathews, transportation by the girls are selling Girl for possible disciplinary
Scout calendars during Novem- action. Twenty one drivers were
chairman; Mrs. Grady Irwin,tel
ephone chairman; Lt. Marilynn ber and an outing to an art showat assessed 54 traffic points.
the Civic Auditorium Oct. -v------
Henry, treasurer assistant and
Mrs. Gus Duliakas,cookie chair- 26th.

O A X'A'XR NE'W'.S man. The Naval Hospital has donated -

Girls elected to hold troop first aid kits to the troop
positions included Susan Logdan, and a local American Legion
The IA\ AIR NEW Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper patrol leader: Brenda Duliakas, Post has contributed a flag.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
Jacksonville, Florida by the licit Publishing! Company, E a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the lAX AIR Twk Monthly l
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. flax .
2. NAS .Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub The station's Equal Opportunity -
lication. News Items are welcomed from all sources Telephone The next meeting will be held v
Grievance
772 3I1H or 3111)I Committeewill Oct. 14 In the
meet every two weeks to commanding officer's -

Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries discuss equal opportunity iix'buy- 1 at 10:30 conference room in Bldg.
concerning such should be directed to: Ing and renting off base housingand members have a.m. All committee
the use of public! premisesfor been asked to attend -
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. business, social and recrea- and guests are invited. ty
Jacksonville. Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 tional purposes.
Any service The Equality Opportunity
personnel having
steering
Committee
i VOL. 26 NO. 28 OCTOBER 3, 1968 such grievances may contact Ens.G. on the last Thursday will of meet
each
A. Marshall at Ext. 8244 or month to hear and While you're overseas you can
2845 or contact their command matters discussed investigate earn 10 per cent on money put
representative to the committee. by the griev-
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OPEN HOUSE Bolts, hosted an estimated 250 newly developed "light wat weapons and equipment displays.
guests in their final open house er" kicked off a scaledown air Events were capped when the
VA-172 hosts farewell before departing ona Med cruise. Show. skipper Commander;. Tom Fran-
party Dependents of the squadron There was an abbreviated cis, flew a "propaganda mis-
before deploying to Med personnel were briefed on newly launch to show the families what sion, scoring a direct leaflet
authorized benefits, and the chil- their menfolk were up to whileon drop on the landing apron with
Photos by AA Steve G. Stillings dren saw cartoons. duty,followed by refreshments souvenir programs.
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Fields of Attack Squadron 82.
After ejecting from his A7 Cor- SPECIAL PRICES
said II, disabled by antiaircraftfire Durln? the-- Games- -- -
he evaded the 'L -I.
capture on
AWARDS Mrs. U. L.
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wounded when his hit.
ship was I .
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The Navy commendation medal 500 point pins. The pins b
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Corsair II pilots from VA-82. accumulated 500 points for such 0 1,2'I 3 Iriroon AparttoMtsfron

Commander John E.; Jones, theoutfit's things as club projects, blood $131 Nor Mtith
skipper, received a gold donations, and introduction of new .
star in lieu of his second medal members. The awardees were 1w-S
while Lieutenant John A. Van Mrs. Duane Hyles, Mrs. Myron
Eps received his first. Betts, Mrs. Herbert Slate, Mrs. el III
Thomas Soehlman, Mrs. Paul as
The air medals were awardedfor Carnes, Mrs. Edward Hall,Mrs. I .
strikes, flights or direct Walter West, Mrs.Else GuUlroy, mataoo
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I I In Combined Federal CampaignJax + +f 6A t xr r "


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-- The 1969 Combined passing their goals are Com- Tallying campaign results has e, % y
Federal Campaign swings Into pany B, Amphibian Tractor Bat- been slower than expected -- .
its third week having reached talion, United States Marine with only 17 of 113 units or about :
8.410 of its objective. Corps, and Heavy Photographic 15 per cent -- reporting to date. I -J
Three commands are alreadyover Squadron 62. The Marines reached The drive which is half over --'r' ,
the top as of noon Tues- 141.4%/ of their goal aooV AP62 will run until October,which l'
day. The Mayport-based auxil- 13810. is only three weeks away. ves. <
iary tug, USS Salish (ATA187)tops ) ..
all contributors by reaching -
296"7" of their goal with 1007
participation. For its efforts,USS NATTC I
Salish has been designated "Unitof I Behind the ScenesBy I
the Week. S
The Salish has 39 men and
five officers aboard. Her commanding June Goff -- --..... ,- ....' .... ..

officer is LieutenantJ CWO4 Richard E. Hirte re 1965. His duty prior to reporting CPO WIVES Mrs. Judy Straub (I), the incoming presidentof
Hutton Jr., Ensign Jerry tired Friday at a ceremony held here was in Heavy Attack Squadron the CPO Wives Club receives the gavel from Mrs. Betty
H. Spears is the campaign for him in Bldg. 441, after more 11. at installation
Gill, the club's out going president ceremonies -
chairman and First ClassBoatswain's
than 30 years of naval service. Warrant Officer Hirte and his
held at the Chief's Club last Saturday night.
Mats; B.E. Gravesis
Capt. R. P. Kline,commanding wife Barbara will continue to
the ship's keyman. officer presented Warrant Officer -. reside at 5034 Ortega Drive.
Other commands already sur- Hirte a Letter of Appre- a t C S VP.45 Aids Child Shelter

ciation during the retirement ce- AE (A) School graduated a - - -

I 5AFtiTY oks:,. remony. lieutenant from the Royal Patrol Squadron Forty Five's adequate.
CR 4. The letter read in part, "You Thai Navy and also the Coast Red Darters were alerted to a This problem was first brought
1 can be justly proud of having Guard's first honorman during need of the Duval County Ju- to the attention of VP-45 by
served your country with faith- ceremonies held on Sept. 27. venile Court Emergency Child RMI and Mrs. James E. Springer. -
fulness and honor during your Although Lt. Suchin Dar- Shelter for school supplies and Mrs. Springer,who has work
long and distinguished career. maraksa spent only eight weeks responded by contributing $140 ed at the Emergency Child Shel-
Throughout the years your fine studying English at Lackland Air for the needed clothes,notebooks, ter for several years, told her
performance has been in keeping Force Base before beginning the and husband of the deficiency of funds
pencils.
i with the high standards and tra- 22 week course, he finished pens
available
shelter to provide
According to super- proper
ditions of the naval service. On with an average of 87.41. Lt.
visor Howard E. McVeigh, chil- school supplies for children in
behalf of the officers and men of Darmaraksa is an engineering officer
dren assigned to the shelter fall the dependency section. lie in
Naval Air Technical Training in the Royal Thai Navy.
turn brought the problem to Cdr.
into two categories, delinquencycases
Have you registered to vote Center and the Navy Department, He plans to spend several daysin and De- H. D. Wilbur
dependency cases. squadron com-
in your state's ? I would like to express my appreciation Miami before returning to
the officer who
children manding
linquent are sent to supportedthe
for a job well done, Thailand.
shelter by the juvenile court idea of a squadron collec-
and wish you continued successin ANAE Howard W. Case was
all future endeavors. the recipient of two honors Fri- for correctional custody, while tion to help alleviate the situ-

? His outstanding performanceand day. In addition to being hon- dependent children are assigned ation.
GOOp CAB devotion to duty have earned orman with a 94.54 average, he because their parents are unableto Petty Officer Springer spear-
him the Navy Good Conduct Me- became the first Coast Guardsman properly care for them. headed the drive and it becamea
LET dal (six stars), American De- to earn the top spot in AE Delinquent children,who attend success due to the generosityof
JOHN GOLDEN fense Service Medal with Fleet (A) School. school classes at the shelter, his shipmates.Cdr. .
Clasp, American Theatre, Asia- LCdr. R. E. Biggs,tr.liningof- are adequately provided for in Wilbur, Petty Officer
at PLATT PONTIAC tic Pacific Campaign Medal ficer at the school, presented the county budget. Dependency Springer and Mrs. Springer presented -
SAVE You Money/ (two stars), World War II Vic- Airman Case with a Letter of children, on the other hand, attend a cashier's check for the
New or Used Cars tory Medal, Philippine .Liberation Commendation on behalf Commanding public schools, and county collected amount to McVeigh and
Ribbon and National Officer Capt. I R. P. funds necessary to provide them other juvenile court officialsat
| No Cash Needed j
B S's & UP
Defense Service Medal. Kline. with proper clothes and school the Juvenile Court Buildingon
Call Today 398-9718 Warrant Officer Hirte had been supplies are seriously in- Bay Street.
LCdr. Biggs congratulated the _...________m_...______ ....
a Phase Officer at AE (A) School
since reporting to Naval Air graduates and presented them
Technical Training Center inJuly with their diplomas. He asked the
former students to "do your job
and do it well." 'a ijs94ti
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self service section of the n 9 Cb '
2 WAYS to FLY! Main Navy Exchange Retail Store

which carries cigarettes, tooth-
paste and other personal items,
will be closed for remodeling Mv
from 2 p.m. Saturday until 9a.m.
STANDBY Oct 14. The closure will be in
i conjunction with the expansion of ,
the main exchange store accord-
12FARE ing to exchange officials.
The exchange has announcedthat : :
I for the convenience of its
patrons during this period that
self service type merchandisewill
be sold at the alternate
\
seating area of the Navy Exchange \ SSLJL.

ANY DAY OF cafeteria in Bldg. 3. The VP 4S ASSISTANCE -- Cdr H. D' Wilbur, VP 45 commanding -
Ys : N. :: exchange has asked personnel for officer receives
a hardy "thank
THE you" from
WEEK! Howard E.
patience and cooperation the McVeigh"
as shelter
supervisor (center for
) VP, 45's contri -
No. 1 exchange goes through the expansion bution to the Child Care Shelter} { while Senior -
Juvenile Courts
period during the
next several Judge Gordon
I n weeks. The new facility will er look on. A. DunCan and RMI and Mrs James D. Spring-
benefit all patrons upon comple-
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2/3 tion. JAX'S GREATEST and A fleet mechanized of waterborne landing utility craft i..n---o ;fit PEST ,

operated by the U. S. Naval 0 CONTROLSERVICEnComPlete

FURNITURE Support Activity, Da Nang, Pest Control,
FARE Vietnam, delivers more than 80 I-RtJI; ..:.. !I | 3740 Main St. flI
VALUES? per M0f. the supplies to the o \vipT:,'/ 154-6314

major logistics base at "I ,,, FREE Inspection
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through Saturaay -At Mayport Disbursing Office Bldg. T-24 DYER M. I $35 PER MO. |
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every Thursday 0800 to 1500. BURR iI Swimming pool tennis court. |
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OFFICE SERVICE Mr. F.S. Martin. :Manager I S

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I I r- Jacksonville Area Civil Service News- II




Civilian Promotion



Opportunities OpenMerit


promotion opportunities of business Oct. 16.
currently for receipt of MPB No. 157-68 Production
open
applications are listed below.The Superintendent (Aircraft), GS15and
area of consideration and closing MPB No. 159-68 General
4 date of each are shown. Engineer, GS11. Area of con-
I \ Nationwide. Applica-
MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-grade sideration
levels GS-4 and below MPB tions will be accepted throughthe
.
i :' n No. 79-67 Plan C all semi- close of business Oct. 21.
MPB No. 162-68 Digital Com-
skilled positions pay level seven
and below and MPB No. 83-67 puter Systems Operator GS-7.
skilled Area of consideration: NAS,
Plan B all positionspay
level eight and above. Area NARF NARTU, COMF AIRJ AX,
I of consideration: NAS, NARF, FAETULANT, Naval Hospital,
I NARTU, COMFAIRJAX.FAETU- Navy Commissary Stores, Navy
I 1 tij
1_ :( : LANT, Naval Hospital Navy Recruiting Station, Disease Vec-
1111k Commissary Stores, Navy Re- tor Control Center and Resident
cruiting Station, Disease Vector Storage Office Jacksonville, and
; $ Control Center and Resident all naval activities within the

Storage Office,Jacksonville. Ap- First, Fifth and Sixth Naval Dis;
plications for these positions will tricts. Applications will be accepted -
be accepted at any time. A sep-. through the close of bus-
arate application must be filed iness Oct. 14.

ISO YEARS SERVICE -- Capt. W. S. Baker Jr. Naval Hospital commanding officer, (third from for each position in which inter- MPB No. 163-68 Information
(left) presents pins and certificates to hospital employees! (I to r) Nathaniel Breaker, Annie ested. Receptionist, GS-4. Area of con-
NARTU
Engineer NAS NARF,
MPB No. 158-67 Industrial sideration: ,
Waters, Janet Ruge, Henry Jones and Charlie Respert for 20 years of continuous federal ser GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Area COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT,

vice. of consideration:Nationwide.Applications Naval Hospital, Navy Commissary -
will be accepted until Stores,Navy Recruiting Sta-
29 Civilians Receive Job HikesThe the needs of the service are met tion, Disease Vector Control
and will be considered as re- Center and Resident Storage Office -

following civilian employees ing Draftsman (Gen), GS 5; and James R. Bishop, Aircraft ceived. Jacksonville. Applicationswill
have been promoted in accordance Harry M. Pawllk, Aeronautical Painting Worker; Sammy C.De- MPB No. 149-68 Supervisory be accepted through the closeof
with the station's Merit Engineering Technician (Draft- borde and Herbert E. Wilson, Aerospace Engineer, GS-15 and business Oct. 15.
Promotion Program: ing), GS 9; Larry R. Wood- Foreman (leadingman), Air MPB No. 150-68 General En MPB No. 164-68 Accountant,
rum, ForemanleadingmanAircraft ( ) craft Electrician; William L. gineer, GS-12. Area of consid-' GS-7. Area of considerationNa-
NARF Engine Mechanic; RichardR. Markert, Eddie T. Murgrove and eration:Nationwide.Applicationswill tionwide. Applications wlllbe accepted -
Ingle, Willie Lee Holmes, Theral E. Mackey Jr. Student be accepted through the closeof through the close of bus-
William P. Morris, Engineer- Gerald D. Fleming, John L. Ruff Trainee (Aerospace Engineer), business Oct. 10. iness Oct. 31.
GS 3; Benjamin F. Dense, MPB No. 154-68 Dental hygienist -
I.iIIIIM Supervisory Electronics Techni- GS-5. Area of consid- All applicants will be careeror
cian, GS 11 and George B. eration: Nationwide.Applicationswill career conditional employees -
Creech, Aircraft Examiner (A/C be accepted through the closeof of the federal government.

Electrician). business Oct. 14. forms ,,171 or,57 for
Also promoted ,under, the merit MPB No. 1568:. Nurse Anes*,.fI..,' these Application positions should be, filed
of considers-
GS-9. Area
Charlotte B.Wilk- thetist,
were
program with IRD, Box 22,,NAS Jackson-
Ins, ClerkTypist, GE-3NARTU; lion: Nationwide. Applicationswill
Fla. 32212.
ville, ,
Jean W. Ernest, Clerk Typist, be accepted through the close

GS 4, ROCMM; Gladys S. __ __ I
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Friedman, Teller, GS 5, Hospital -
; Jead D. Schneidenbach, 9bC
Secretary (Stenography) GS-7,
NOTU; Saundra J.Selby,Clerk-
Stenographer, GS 4, NFO; BY BELLAIR I HOME BUILDERS I INC.

Albert J. Kussy, Teletypist: GS-
5, Communications; Anna M.
Falrcloth, Supervisory Inventory
Management, Pearl E. Flores
and Glenn W. Ryan,Supply Clerk,
GS 4, Supply; Billyll.Wiggins,
and V. Carolyn Geoghagan Peri-
pheral Computer Equipment Op 4 aMUR s
IL y erator, GS-4, Data Processing.
Also Ruth D. Cooper, Super-
visory Staffing Clerk, GS-7,
Billie J. Harris, Staffing Clerk
i (Typing), GS 5 and Ruby W.
ly .1 ,, ....... Washburne, CLerk, GS 5, In-
dustrial Relations.
RETIREMENT WATCH -- Peter W. Knox (right) receives a
retirement watch from L. E. Cameron, supervisor, material While you're overseas you can
earn 10 per cent on money put
progress branch, upon his retirement with over 21 years fed- In the Uniformed :Services: Savings :: -
eral service at HAS. Deposit Program

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G $1500 $ 6/1.51/ S 5601 $ 4771 a huge 19 foot family room is' a dream come true
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\ \ i $2500 111..22. f 93.8). $ 79.33 ''n >,"". $12,000tt,000.Clay
% $112.0 $95.41
$3000 $137.06
County's Only Completely PLANNED COMMUNITY!,
-- $1500 $159.91 $110.73 $111.32FEDERAL ?

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JAX
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'NAS BLDG. 39 Tel 384.1391 .r Base Eit. 2431
JAX Hours: Mon. Frl. 930. 4:30 II 411 JI1) You art cordially Invited to Inspect our homes at your convenience
C;' 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blandinf Boulevard (Hwy. 21)
NAS CECIL FIELD Bldg..26-1,1.111-3211. Ext. 205Hours
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Patrol Sauadron. Sweeps Uo Five Awards, HonorsPREFLIGHT



h I
y "Mad Foxes" are one of the Na- ,
vy's many patrol squadrons
whose primary mission is to con-
duct all weather anti sub-
.R marine warfare operation. aS
I The difficulty of the anti '
:ii
submarine warfare mission requires : ;
an aircraft with highly
I For this 6 T
Y Y sophisticated systems.
purpose, the Navy has developed J _
the P3 Orion. However the
t P3 can only be as good as the : I
1 men who operate and maintain

it.The crews who fly the P3 i

area highly trained team, with
each man assigned a position
necessary to the success of the
mission. But even with the crew
and the aircraft, the mission
could not be accomplished withoutthe
many ground support personnel -
who keep the P3s flying.

...Flight Engineer ADJ-I I Gene Ray checks aircraft Patrol Squadron Five, under
R.Farrell
the command of Cdr.John -
I systems prior to flight. has developed the coordination -

..u. U the successful accomplishment of-
its mission. MAD FOX..The Mad Fox of Patrol Squadron Five peers from
PATRON Five Is one of the few behind the tail of the P-3 Orion aircraft.
squadrons ever to win the top
..".,.< five awards available to a pat- l968 -n..n...04lB8on III.n.
rol squadron which include: the /
Ir a
try
COMNAVAIRLANT Excellence ,
Write Your Own
Award for battle efficiency and
combat readiness in anti sub- A4
marine warfare the Chief of Wait

I Naval Operations Aircraft Maintenance 3 Lines Only $2.00
Award the Chief of
_
Naval Award Operations, the Isbell Trophy Aviation as Safety Wellas mm i Is U$1 uou illE CGRMERI! 04B Additional 0B0'..Lines.0 4B 50.$04B! -(

being mentioned for the Adm.
Arliegh Burke Award. VSSXXXXXSSXXjj
During the competitive periodthe
Foxes have distinguished jj Luxury Living . .
1k' i- themselves numerous times.
Last year during their deploy- At Modest Cost a e. e
ment to Sangley Point in the
Philippines VP 5 flew over In Suburban Orange Park

..' '-AA" _r ,'NLA' .xni..Wamnpt "a b_dd___' ____._._um 9,000 hours in direct support
of combat operations Vietnam.
SCRUB DOWN...Men of ,Crew Four wash their aircraft; one of This feat was accomplished with- &B
the 'numerous tasks required to.keep their airplane in tip-top out incident or accident. &*5!
: shape. Since'their''return'from West'
Pac the Mad Foxes have main-
f tained a 100 per cent "Alfa"
crew status and have demonstrated -
their skill in anti- submarine
warfare in Puerto RicoBermuda
I and on their present deploymentto ITHE .[1-.N.R"Y6y
Rota, Spain.
The announcement of Mad Fox-
t es as the winners of the Captain
Arnold Jay Isbell ASW Trophy; -- Iiii
gives the squadron a clean sweep
in Atlantic Fleet awards which
4Vkciv are available to patrol squad- -

rons.The Isbell Trophy is presented 0 Clear, inviting Pool Complete laundry
the Naval Air Force Atlantic
to Large open Gazebo for facilities
Fleet patrol squadron private Luaus .Central heating and
which attains the highest num- Lounge available by Air Conditioning
erical battle readiness score in Reservation Wall to wall carpeting
Private Patios & drapes
anti submarine warfare. The
trophy is named in honor of Capt. I .. Master Muzak TV System A Large Walfe-in closets
: Arnold Jay Isball, who lost his
life in World War II. Fully Equipped Kitchens.by IHhotpxiuitThese
VP 5 proved their all round
ability by coming out number one features and 'utility 6i 1lj(( included in the moderate rent.
in the recent Fleet Air Wing 11
221 Old Orl.
Administrative Inspection. |t Perk M. 2644263

2} Miles South of NAS JAX Main Gate
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;, BoysRanch

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Naval Air Maintenance Train-
I ing Detachments 1016 and 1034
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1; -- old Navy tradition. Surplus cashis
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periodically converted into
j aI fI beer and wieners or other
socializing ingredients in an -
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i! : ji,:.;: );':.:r" ; Recently Lieutenant the two Commander detachmentsunder J.

: K. Donaldson decided to share
." their "social" money with a
\' J Ir younger organization than the
t. lh Navy dealing with younger men
\ than the youngest sailor."We'd .
; I X \ heard about the Flor-
,: ida Sheriffs Boys Ranch" saida
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'", : ). NAMTRADETS spokesman this
..cek, "and we decided we'd
FINAL
SALUTE. .Chief goes over like to hlep if we could."

I eSTONe RETIRES They contacted Harry Weaver kt.r
t, ., .
ranch administrator and he informed -
CHIEF them that everyone can ;,l' ;
-- help. He visited a packed gath- i '
CECIL -- Commander Joe D. Benjamin F. Preston who retired upon completion of 30 years of ering of NATRADETS instruc- .,", "
Adkins, commanding officer of this Monday with Citation of Naval Service." tors to tell the story of the : .
Attack Squadron 44, read re Meritorious Service which read "This usually long career ranch and how its example had ;
leasement orders for Master "You are commended for' your which began May 1940 said been followed in other states. :
Chief Aviation Ordnanceman outstanding penormancc ot duty the citation "has seen you He described an atmospherewhere h
through World War II,the Korean young men from shattered i
.. .., .,.. .. t JAM.sJjfJAi..:., .. "J..U n'-\'.;... and Vietnamese conflicts,as well homes and with bruised lives i ,
: as many international crises." and could learn their own 'A,::< !t.i
II FURNITURE egos \
WESCONNETT CO.i .
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. -.,........... ... ... ..... .... ...... ........ ..,.. ..::0:' Prior to entering the Navy worth and the value of their fellows 'i "t'> ,.1:\;)
.;......-a,.; ................... Chief Preston served two yearsin living in a social structure ".": ,;.. i,, .
: :.:::: ::::::::;::: the Marine Corps including assignment modeled the "outside .. <
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bassy in Peking China. He told of the many contri- : <
:\}: NEW & USED TV SETS is:;tj'
His Navy included the
tours butors to the boys ranch --
;ill NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS* STOVES }. Naval Air Technical Training including Elvis Presley who donated -
;; f': NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITER* :t Y: : Command, Memphis and Jacksonville structures from a Presley (e) SALUTE It
f:J Freight Salvage/ Easy Credit Terms j t*J.J.fiif f the USS Franjdin D. movie to the ranch. Followinga takes TNT to make October
:::: :;?:::::::::: Roosevelt seven different patrol 50 minute slide presentation Sailor of the Month for Cecil
; :{Y. Hrs. 9 a.m. .. 7_p.m. Come In & Browse M t;1 1I squadrons two training squad outlining the growth of facili- Field and ADH3 T. N. Teeter
rons two carrier based light ties at the ranch -- all through just happens to qualify. From
5326 WucoiMtt it 103rd 771-0750 attack squadrons one carrier contributions such as the one the ordnance? Sorry,folks--he's
I based anti -. submarine squadron detachments were making he accepted an arresting gear man work-
and VA 44. the check.Each of the two ing out of air operations.(Photo -
:'/ He'receivedl\ seven..-awards of coffee 'messes will" provide 15 by,J01 Bob Hunter).
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1 ---lI the Navy Good ,Conduct Medal. dollarsmonthly to the ranch.

You can't go wrong when you
a- o n n rn o buy U.S. Savings Bonds and Free-
We are Proud to Announce rI dom Shares.

o RooseveltMall } .WASi1i NAVYINSURANCE
Jack Fisher CAR

(USN Ret.)
OPEN DAILY 8:30 AM-530 PM g
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WITH FILL UP OF 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL/ ?
PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED ,
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is now Powell associated PlymouthJack with ; $11.1


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invites his many friends at NAS Jax and
Cecil to come in and talk with 'him about the !II BIG SAVINGS NOW! 19-24

purchase of a new or used car. He is eager to ON SLIGHTLY BLEMISHED TIRRS ': Mirriri
see his old friends and make many new ones at THE GREAT NEW
his new place of business.See / POLYesterfiber
GLASS
Jack and Save At BELTED TIRES!

Fit ...and Regular Ouals. Also e
Powell Plymouth r\ P rpmn BIG DISCOUNTS

R.t. off our regular low prices on 19-24
1218 San Marco Blvd. CPO
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SingleComplimentary
JacksonvillePhone Own r
3592024SHOWING $'.95

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We finite in Military
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69 PLYMOUTHS
WE UNDERSELL ALL I

THIS WEEKEND AT Department Stores. Company Stores and Independent Tire Dealers ROBERT TRAVIS
POWELL PLYMOUTII
AGENCY
6015 BLANDING BLVD 771.3442

(Across from the House of Bargains. 389.3483 1165 s-
5444 Normandy Blvd. 389.0388 2 W. OF ROOSEVELT
2809 Mayport Road 246.4825
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will be shown nightly at SchedulesCPO WANT AD
the HAS Jax Theater at 7:30 p.m.
There will also be a kiddie mat-

inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sunday CLUB -- Tomorrow,after Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
and holidays. The Hospital Thea- dining on the seafood special for Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
$1.25 arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
ter will have one nightly featureat dance to the music of The publisher is 'instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
7 p.m. Cecil Field will have Clubs. Saturday night, Mark be received WITH the copy for the ad.Do .
two nightly shows during the week Castle will provide the dance

at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Matineeswill music. Not Seri Cash .
ACEY DEUCY ,
be shown on weekends at CLUB -- Today '.
2 and 5 p.m. Ratings: A-Adults; and tomorrow, a buffet will be
GA General Audience; M served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rate: Minimum charge ((3 llaes). . . . .$2.00
Matured Youths; S-Superior; E- Tomorrow Mark Castle will pro- "

Excellent; VG-Very Good; F be vide the music. Tommy "C"will Per additional lice ((4 words per lice). .' . 0.50
Fair; CNA-Class Not Available. on stage Saturday and the Five
Clubs will provide the musicSun-
Thursday Oct. 3
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NAS: "NEVADA SMITH"starring day.BLUE JACKETS
Steve McQueen and Karl INNTonightand 63 VW SUNROOF SEDAN CORSA '65 CONV. T'GHGDNH JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1

Malden. Color Western. A-M/E of Phil tomorrow Cay night and the enjoy Chantelsand the beat AM/FM/MB Radio, W/W, Lug. New Paint, 57,000 mi., $925 Otr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean

HOSPITAL: "DON'T RAISE see the Hipps Girls. Satur- Rack, One Owner. 44,000 mi. Lt. Dunton,V A-37 Ext. 175.Home modern trailers & Apts. 389-
Excel Cond. Ideal Student's 3007.
THE BRIDGE, LOWER THE day the Rush Hour will be on or 781-3808..
Second Car. Steal at $850. Call 1
RIVER" starring Jerry Lewis stage from 2 to 6 p.m. and STEREO CONSOLE MODEL $68 WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear
389-6840 LCDR.SCOTT Cecil
and Terry Thomas. Color Com- Phil Cay, the Chantels and Hipps or With radio, take NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of
Ext 193/197. up payments on
edy GA/VG ((107)) Girls will return from 9 p.m.to beautiful stereo like new.4-speed Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn.
CECIL: FIELD: uTONY ROMEn 1 a.m. Sunday the Standard FOR RENTUNFURNISHEDHOUSE record changer, Balance due$68. Apts. Newly painted, 2BR, LR,
starring Frank Sinatra and Jill Production will provide the music Or $8 per month. Phone 353- Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking.
2 Br. Kit. $80per
,
equipt.
St. John.Color Detective-Drama. from 2 to 6 p.m. followed by 388-8269. 1946 anytime. Ask for Credit Water, Sewage & Garbage incld.
A-M/VG. ((117) the Crystal Cathedral from 8 mo. Manager. Will deliver, no obli- Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call

Friday,. Oct. 4 p.m. until midnight. Monday the SCOTT 299-D 60 WATT AMP. gation. A-l Music Center, 1606 387-2541, nites or weekends Call
New Sixteens will provide the Main St. Jacksonville. 3890744.
KLH Solid State FM Tuner _
NAS: "BIGGEST BUNDLE OF beat, Tuesday will be the Rush
THEM ALL" starring Robert Hour and Wednesday, the Crys- 264-6114 after 5 p.m. GRAPHITYPE OPERATOR ORANGE PARK FOR SALE BY

Wagner and Raquel Welch. Col- tal Cathedral. Happy Hour is 5 day a week. Attractive salary. Owner Two Bedroom House,
or Comedy.A/G ((110) Monday through Friday from 5 WAITRESS WANTED- 3557571. and two story duplex furnished,
HOSPITAL: "NEVADA SMITH" to 6 Apply in person, 6305 Blanding separate buildings, both on lot
CECIL FIELD: "DON'TRAISETHEBRIDGELOWERTHERIV p.m."O" Boulevard, Apex Restaurant., NAVY WIVES 87 1/2 x 225 ft. facing on two
CLUB -- The MainBraceof Fast typist. Attractive salary. streets. 264.9234..
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the officer's club MEADOWBROOK TERRACE 3557571.
ER" Is now Informal -
3 Br., 1 1/2 Bath, Hardwood
throughout the day and OPENINGS NOW FOR MANOR
Saturday Matinee 400 $73
Floor Equity-Take over LAKE LOTS
evening six days a week, with WOMAN to distribute nationally
NAS: "PROJECTED MAN" the club closed on Mondays. Steak mo. Pymts. 2644050. known products In this area. Large lots on Santa Fe Lake.
specials at$1.75 and fried shrimpat Terms. Call Owner, 387-7379.
Given
starring Bryant Halliday. Color FOR RENT-FURNISHED Training Good Income,
Horror, and Son of Geronimo $2.00, as well as sandwichesare 2 Br. Home, in Highland, Fla., Part or Full Time. 771-0748.
available during the evening WANTED
TO
chapter 14. PURCHASE HOUSE
huge lot, 15 min. to Cecil Field,
hours. Live entertainment is offered FOR RENT 2 BR HOUSE FURN, In Orange Park or Bellair area.
$65 Mo. Contact F.E. Austin
Saturday, Oct. 5 for your pleasure on Friday Orange Park, Will rent to TAD 2642879.
evening, with Casey Johnson Highland, Fla.SOMEONE Personnel or Bachelors. 264 -

NAS: "HALF A SIXPENCE" appearing tomorrow night. The 6884. ORANGE PARK
TO TAKE OVER
starring Tommy Steele and Julia whole club is informal on Friday SINGER TROPICAL SETTING
Foster.Color-Musical. G/E(148)( ) evenings. Coat and tie are Payments on 12 x 60 Mobile EXECUTIVE AREA.
GOLDEN SEW
Home 3 Br. 1 1/2 Bath
,
HOSPITAL: "BIGGEST BUN- still the dress regulation on HOLLY POINT
&, USED AS A DEMONSTRATOR
Washer. 771-0462.
DLE OF'THEM ALL" Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Awning ONLY. Like new,4dr.desk.Does 4 BR, 2 Baths, Corner,F'place
CECIL 'FIELD "NEVADA Saturday and, Sunday evenings. '64.VALIANT CONV.'R/H all this.without attachments:Buttonholes between LR & DR, Lge. Mod.

SMITH" Clean. $695. Ph. 3898151. fancy designs,' blind r Kit.., Wooded Lot, Will refinance

Sunday, Oct. 6 hems, overcasts, winds bobbin FHA or VA $28,500.VIRGINIA .
E. BELL
through needle. Bal. $41 or$5.20
NAS: ""AMBUSHERS" starring ,OPEN T SUNDAY mo. Free home trials. 771-8211 REAL ESTATE
Dean Martin.Color Melo-Drama. Dealer.DO 264 2488 Broker
A/E (110)) ((24 Hr: 356 2462))

HOSPITAL: *HALF A SIXPENSE" SINGER FOR $25
YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
JOCKEY? For information call Sewing Machine, left in storage.
CECIL FIELD: "BIGGEST 355 4834. Day or night. Good condition. Does everything,
BUNDLE OF THEM ALL"Monday A LITTLE GOES Jt LONG WAY complete with attachments.

Oct. 7 BELLAIR BILLIARDS Yours for storage charge, $25.
W. ... them the VW 16 point Safety and Perf o lID.nc. lnp.ctlon. SNOOKER &POOL each. Ca11353.1946.Will deliver,
NAS: nNISKIRT MOB" star- Then w. tun.d up. tleht.n.d. and replaced ..*rythin. that No obligation.WAREHOUSE
needed It. And guaranteed them 100,. for the orplooo replacementof Open Daily,
ring Jeremy Slate and Diana all major mechanical part.for 30 daya mile*. Come Bellair Shopping Center 1606 MAIN ST.FURNISHINGS.
Mc Bain. Color Cycle/Drama. Oft In and double check.
A/G ((96)) ENGINE TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE these Items are
HOSPITAL "AMBUSHERS"CECIL ASSEMBLIES BRAKE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Unclaimed. Layaway being sold for storage fees on'
: Sedan. . . . $895 NEVER USED
FIELD: "HALF A SIX- 63 VW . behalf of a lady in WashingtonState

PENCE" 64 VW Sedan. . . . . $900 Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma- whose deceased daughterwas

Tuesday, Oct. 8 65 VW Sedan. . . . .-- $1195 designs chine. Makes, blind hems.buttonholes'Paybal.$25cash fancy Cecil once Field a area.service Dinette wife set in with the

WAS: "FLIM FLAM MAN" 66 VW Sedan. . . '. .. .%. . $1390 or $5 mo. Dealer. Free 6 chairs $25; Beige plastic

starring George C. Scott. Color 67 VW Sedan. . '. ..!' .'. $1650 home trial 771-9106 anytime. sofa, (fold-down) $25; match-

Comedy-Drama. GA/VG (112)) 66 VW Dlx Sta. Wag. . \; ;.: : .'. $1795 ing chair -$10;scoop chair-$10;
coffee
, HOSPITAL "MINISKIRT ," DARDEN MOBILE HOME table and 2 end tables -
MOB" : 67 VW Dlx S ta. Wag. . J C:*. . $2095 Subdivision, 9416 Crystal SpringsRd. $10; 9 x 12 rug $4; Double Bed

CECIL Field; AMBUSH 66 VW Squareback. . <' . .$1795 ., 781' 2127. Close to Cecil with mattress and box springs and

ERS" 66 VW Fastback. . . . . $1595 Field 85x91' Lg. Lots, water,' matching dresser with mirror -
$50
Oct. 9 paved roads, patio ; Bunk-size bed with mattress
Wednesday, 67 VW ,Karman Cpe. . : .. $1950 $15; Ironing Board $1.50;

NAS: "WARKILL" starring 67 VW Fastback. . . '. . ,$1850 FOR RENT OR FOR SALE portable TV stand $2; child's

tion.George A-M/VG Montgomery. Color Ac- 67 VW Fastback, Air Cond.' ". . $2150 Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & $2 rocker; Baby- $2 stroller; child's- play$6; folding barn -

HOSPITAL: "FLIM FLAMMAN" 68 VW Karman Ghia Cpe. . . $2250 Call FHA resales Powell $50 or &Mills$100, dwn.USN gate $1; and other items.

Monza. . $1050 All articles in ,
65 CORVAIR Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park' are good condi
.
66 OLDS F 85,Deluxe 4 Dr. Loaded Air Cond. $1895 Realty. Military-Free Notary. tion. Contact Family Services
.. Center, Cecil Field Phone: 771-
67 FAIRLANE 500 2 Dr. H.T. Loaded Air Cone $2395 BOATS V-20 COBIA FIBRE 3211 ext. 8155 or 340.250ALLSTATE.

lguanC 67 MUSTANG. a DoorHardtop . .. .. $1950 Glass Cabin Cruiser, 110 Thun-

66 PLYM. Fury II 4 & Extra Clean Air Cond. $1850 derbolt Mercury wheel tandem $200 or best offer. 3883010.
trailer, ship to shore radio, fish
Mir.++ 66 Pl YM. Fury III 2 Dr. Hardtop . $1850 finder, full mahogany bulkhead. Perf. Cond.

));lias 64 PLYMOUTH,4 Door. Air Cond. . . $895 Many extras. Call Mike Conroy. FOR RENT 1 BR. APT.
359-3205 or 359-5312. Furn. Uti. Inch Conv. to NAS,
500.. $1795
66 FAIRLANE Dr. St. W.c. Air Cond. Loaded
Avail. 15th Oct. Call after 5:30
Son Juan at Niblick 65 CHRYSLER New Yorker. Dr. H.T. Air nd.$1950 FOR RENT: MOBILE HOME p.m. 384-3889 $68.50.

Phone 384 4406 65 CHEVROLET Sport Van . . $1250 2 Bdrs. $80 per mo. convenientto HOUSE FOR RENT
NAS and Cecil Field. Call
I, 2, & 3 Bedrooms 66 G.M.C. u Ton pick UP. '. . . $1550 771-6908. 3 Br., 2 Bath, Oil heat Hard-
Garden Type Apartmentswith OVER 40 CARS .CHOOSE. FROM. wood Floors, Large Kitchen,
Country Club MIDDLEBURG AREA Screened-in porch, Fenced back

Atmosphere WESTSIDE Big Branch Rd., 5 acres 10 yard. Close to NAS. AvailableOct.
.Kitchens equipped with ",.E acres & larger. Terms. Ph. 10, $120, Per Mo on 1 Yr.
Ran .cs t, Refrigerators 282-5272 Lease. Ph. 2466202.
or 282-5224.
.
Individual' Air ('onditonina.( '""
and Heating by G'E VOLKSWAGEN INC. UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT
Drapes$ furnished FOR SALE 2BEDROOMAir 4031 Baltic St.. 2 Br., 1 Bath

-Nail Lara.r to Hall; Carpeting Pool and 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 Cond., near Bases, Schools, Bungalow w/stove ref rig.Furn.
Swlmmlna. ,and shopping. Low Dining Rm., Garage & Space
7256
Open 8 to 8 Dail Sot. 8 to 5 Open Sun. PM to 6 PM Kivler Dr. 7715505.payments Heater. $90 Mo. EV 85545.



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,1I 1\\'I By J03 Jan Mercurio boat shop is the place to go. a complete engine overhaul are
I:, The carpenter shop maintains available at the automobile repaIr -
The WAS Jax Recreation Di-' stationary power and hand tools shop. The auto shop also
vision maintains and operates a for cabinet, furnitureboatbulld- maintains the latest overhaul
two-building hobby shop complex ing and repairs. Professional supervision manuals spark plug sandblasting -
t which offers the hobbyist the opportunity and instructions are valve grinding equipment
to build anything froma available for the person looking brake drum lathe,steam cleaningand
I: small book case to a large to build with ,,,wood but not knowing paint shop.
boat, or from an ashtray to a quite how to start.Model Tools and equipment needed
I, complete set of dishes. building is another pop- for any hobby can be bought at
By paying the 25 cents a day ular pasttime among Jax personnel the retail shop located within
II fee, military personnel and dependents and the model section of the the complex. The store carries
can work In any of the hobby shop complex offers the an assortment of modelsceramic -
i: t, four different shop areas.A builder his chance to create a and boat supplies minor auto-
ceramics shop with approx- variety of different models.Work- mobile pans and various other
f imately 500 molds slip, kiln tablts and the necessary tools items pertinent to the hobbyist.The .
and instructions offers the crea- Hobby Shop complex Is
are available in the model shop.
tive person the chance to mold Also headquartered within the located in Buildings 897-898 and
and paint their own design on a is Monday Tuesday and Fri-
model shop are two model clubs; open
set of cups and saucers. Dinner the Slot Racing Car Club and the day from 12:30 until 9 p.m.,
sets mugs and various statues Model Railroad Club. and Saturday Sunday and holi-
T are other items which can be Tools for a minor tune-up or days from'9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
} created within the ceramics area.
__ The ambitious person could make ----
good use of the opportunitiesin
the ceramics shop by making
.>1 their own and unusual assortmentof Li
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family.
I CERAMICS--Linda Ransom puts the finishing touches on decanters For the person looking for just
I she ,made at the ceramics shop. With more than 500 the right size book case or
I' molds available, patrons can make anything from an ashtray fulfilling that dream of one day
owning a boat the carpenter and
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at the Recreation Division's Auto Shop. Tools for a minor
tune-up or a complete engine overhaul are available at the
auto repair shop.

4 itffe 4 YOUR CHOICE OF WHITE WAUCR RED CIRCLE

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The results of last week's OVERALL STANDINGS a 5 and 1 record. Again, there are two leagues, announced the beginning of intramural -
intramural football are as follows VA-44, 5 and 1 American League: NAMTG and the Blue and Gold. In the Gold Volleyball.Interested parties "
: last Tuesday VA-174 12, VA-174 4 and 1 AMD with a 6 and 2 record. League are VA-441, VA-1742, should attend a meeting con
VA-87 0. Wednesday Maines 2S, Marines 6 and 1
NAMT ADMIN 'E' ADMIN cerning the sport at 11 a.m.
,
VA-45 6 and Weapons 26, VA-81 5 and 1. Continental
Weapons League Weaponswith the
: '0', Marines #1, AMD, and FAE- next Monday. Depending upon
0. Thursday VA-37 7, VA-4419 6 and 2 record.
there
TENNIS STANDINGS a TULANT CECIL. In the Blue number of teams entered,
and VA-12 1, VA-87 0. Monday could be day,
two games per
VA-45 21 aua 4 GOLFIn League are VA-81, VA-1741,
VA-45 0 and VA-44
28,
Weapons VA-3716 and 9 Marines #2, Medical VA-1743, played during the noon hour.
6, Marines 12. Final: for VA-831 48 and 8. the mill now for sports is and Operations. The first day for games will be
Lately it seems that Weapons
Oct. 14. A tentative official
winter the
BOWLING STANDINGS golf. Though complete
is one of the stronger teams VOLLEYBALLThe
schedule will be released next
League Leaders: schedule has rot been released, S
in the league. They are consistent -
National League: VA-45lwIth the first game was yesterday. Athletic Department has week.
have both strong defense "". "1..... -O:,.,........ FOOTBALL I II
and offense and work very r- t.a."BBJl 'i '.f "' ti I
smoothly team. Some of '
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7i W Tomorrow: VA-44 vs Weapons
the highlights of their last two
games were the fine defensive ((5 p.m.) VA-87 vs Marines ((6

work of Bud Turner and Dick p.m.)

Carty, who in last Tuesday'sgame Monday Oct. 7: VA-45 vs VA-
intercepted three passes 44 ((5 p.m.) VA-174 vs Weapons
between them for three TDs.' ((6 p.m.)
Their opponent in that set-to, Tuesday: VA-12 vs Marines
VA-81, was able to break down ((5 p.m.) VA-81 vs VA-37(6 p.m.)
the tight defense only once for a Wednesday: Weapons vs A-tS'l
first down. Quarterback Larry ((5 p.m.) VA-81 vs VA-44(6D.m.( ) i f
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touchdown and Pat. MISSION IMPOSSIBLE..you can't impersonate Commander D.E. Douglas, station exec, of
Fletcher hit Kenneth Brown- another commander without going to a whole golf trophies. The Commander the far right GOLF CLINIC .
ing and Dick Cany (twice) this bunch of rigamarole with mockups and! hair- accepted the trophy for VA-44 with gr ciou-,-
,Monday against VA-45, shot for a pieces and character actors--anybody who ness and modesty..and about a ton of brass. The Cecil Field Golf Club
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watches television that. He of VA- announces a golf clinic for beginning
40-yard score. knows is Commander Neil Craig AMD
Tonight at 5 p.m. Weapons will 44's season rival on the links,making a final golfers. Slated for the
face VA-44 for the first time. Think so? Observe the man with the big bid for the trophy. He lost again, apprehended month of October, it will con-
Both teams have a 5 and 1 rec- grin on the far right of this trophy presentation at the door of the gym by Lieutenant sist of lessons each Thursdayof
ord and have been beaten only photograph. Event was presentation by Commander Lipscomb, rightful recipient.. the month beginning. at 10:30
by the Marine: Barracks. a.m. I

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-- Basketball practice for the Jax Navy squad is being held
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each Tuesday and Thursday at the gym in Building 3. Both, !
athletic director, Frank McCaffery and head coach Ted "Tex"
Schramm, report that Jax Navy will have an outstanding club with-
standing a transfer of key per:; -
sonnel. Several big men have p.m., following the third game
reported for the tryouts, and of the world series, you will be
many of the performers have been able to see the Oregon State -
impressive in the early stages. Washington contest on Channel

Next week we plan to run a feature 17. An NFL doubleheader high- -.-. ...---.-.-
on the Jax Navy basketballteam. lights Sunday's action. The resurrected -
Chicago Bears meet TOUCHDOWNI! VP-16's George Kibler guns a touchdown aerial to ace receiver Jim' Byrne (87)( )
Don't turn that television off! the Colts at Baltimore(JohnUnitas for second touchdown in 200 conquest of Admin. It was Byrne's second touchdown receptionof
The Series might be done in time should be ready) in a the game.VAP.62.
to catch the opening days events of game beginning at 1:30 p.m.
the 1968 Olympic Games at Mexico on Channel 4. Following the
City. Again the U. S. team is Bear Colt clash, you'll be able Rolls Admin BowsJAX
represented by many military to take in the 49er Ram gameas ;
personnel. Our team is favoredin they resume their bitter rivalry -
the track and field events at Los Angeles, and the -- VAP 62 continued was credited with a forfeit victory Bob Scheid one, and Dick Bar-
along with men, and women's Rani's should be in top form as their uninterrupted march to over VW 4. nard hauled in a pass for a two-
swimming. Our basketball which their star running back, Les Jo- ward the 1968 Intramural Na- American League action was point conversion for the A. L.
has never even lost a game in sephson, returns to the lineup tional League football crown with, highlighted by VP 16's 20.0 leaders.VP .
Olympic competition is in serious after missing the opening three a 54 0 demolishing of A/C victory over their closest challengers 16s victory gave them a
trouble this year -- in fact it's games. Maintenance last week. RayBad- Admin. Terry Byrne two game lead over rival Adminat
conceivable they may wind up ovinatz scored a pair of touch received two touchdown aerials, this point.
third behind the Soviet Union and 12 Hiked to downs for the winners, and nine'
Yugoslavia (let's hope not). E-3 other players scored the remaining -

As the football season rolls Twelve air station personnel points.
along, predicting the outcome of have been advanced to Second place MARTD droppedthe
the games becomes more dif E 3 as a result of the Sept- Marine Barracks 8 0 as
ficult as evidenced by this week's ember Navy wide exams. The Bob Johnson scored a touchdown!
selections. Last week, NAS pro- new E 3a are: AN Thomas and Bob Barr a two point
gnosticatots selected 84.5c7oof the J. Alford AN Bobby L.Blake, conversion.
contests correctly and that mark SN Genevieve M. Cockrane, NARTU swept past 679th,
fell to 62% this week. Another AN Robert T. Cote, SN Bev- 22 0 as Brian Connolly and
amazing statistic was the inac- erly A. Greenwell and SN Wil- Bill Bowers both scored a touchdown -
curacy of ,the Florida Florida liam A. Heimann. and two point conversion.
State, and Notre Dame Pur- Also advanced were: AN George Jones scored a TD for
due contests. Only 42of the bal- Joan M. Krysiak, AN Roose- victorious NARTU also.
lots selected winning Florida,and velt Lee, AN Lawrence J. O- VP 30's Jimmy Dorman was
only 40% picked Purdue! This berg, SN Fern R. Scarff, AN deprived of an opportunity to increase -
week promises to be yet another"roughie" Timothy M. Sweeney, and SN his league leadershiptotal
Laree J. Wiggins. in points scored as his team
This week 's' scheduled tele-
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past few weeks. Saturday at 4:15

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by a 13-0 mark and came back two days later and sank AO Navy #4 by a 24-8 margin. The key to their 6 I I :
won and 0 lost record this season has been the tenacious play by the defensive unit led by Harold
Beasley. The unit has yielded only two touchdowns in the six contests for a 2-point per game average. OUR
The "Big Reds", comprised of MAD permanent personnel have now defeated every team in the NATTC
Intramural League at least once. The other MAD entry in the league is the "Spartans" team made up of
students. They are Captained by Bill Hoak and currently carry a 4 and 2 record. Both their defeats
came in extremely close contests. The 1-0 loss,to AEtfl and a 13-0 shutout by the "Big Reds" accounts I.
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