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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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. 29 >u. s, NAVAL UK STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA OCTOBER 10, 1968 HISTORYRAIR >


Hundreds Here- Await ResultsOf ;,:..'.:; > ; *>::J ..





August Petty Officer Exams"When



are the test results coming back?" That's the most often asked question this week

by promotion hopefuls that have swamped the Educational Services Office with phone calls.

Before Jax Air News' deadline Tuesday, PN I Rose Wheeler, ESO office supervisor said,

."We're. answering all calls _with patience, but we just don't know when the results will get > t
back we realize that peopleare
anticipating the return of Navymen and women would win By pay grades,the Washingtonbased -
the results every day." promotions off the August ex newspaper reported the
The personelman went on to ams. That figure would tend to following break down for the Au-
,explain, "When the results do give test takers here a better gust results: 5,606 men and women -
get here, we wish that everyone shot for a new crow when com- can expect to advanceto
would not call to find out if they pared to the 101,113 petty of CPO; 9,295 will move up
made it. We'll post the results and ficer hikes off the Februaryexams. to first class; 33,782 will sew
notify department heads as soon on second class crows; and the
as possible. We plan to let departments February test results showed largest group -- 53,984 will join
know instead of cal- 149 NASers getting hikes over the petty officer ranks as third
ling eachtest taker individually." the six increments. class PO's.
She stressed the ESO will get
the results out quickly and that
Ground Control
excess calls will slow down the Unit

administratlvework that comes

with ing notifyingdepartments promotion results in, post-ser- Leads in CFC DriveJax

vice records and similar paper

work.A .
look at the overall resultswas -- NAS Jacksonville's also over the top -- reporting EXPRESS--An Army CH-54 helicopter recorded a first
given by the "Navy Times" Ground Control Intercept Unit-- 109.5 per cent of its objective. Monday when it delivered an A4 Skyhawk to the Naval Air Re-

newspaper in its Oct. 9 issue when with 13 men assigned--is pacingthe With two weeks remaining in work Facility here for overhaul. Unable to fly, the jet's air
field in the Combined Fed- the 15 commands in
it reported that some 107,000 campaign transfer from Pensacola to Jax marked the first time a plane
f eral Campaign as the annual the Jacksonville Complex have
Cdr. Stratmann drive completes its fourth week. exceeded their goal. has been air lifted by helicopter for overhaul by the local
facility. (Photo by J02 Judy Anderson),
LCdr. William L. Armstrong,officer Gordon King, executive secre-
Takes Command in charge of the unit, reports tary for the 1968 Combined Fed-
that with an average con- eral Campaign: said that as of
tribution of $29.40 per man, GCI noon on Tuesday the drive in ULsL Initiates Free

t. Of_ Black Falcons I has readied 350 per cent of its the Complex had netted 6?.6 per. ',, .
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\, ; < a 1; 'objectiveT Chief R dahtt3nVasco' cent''of-Its'objective. ; : i ;J'
Cdr. Charles I. Stratmarin
relieved Collin is the keyman for the ServiceThe
Cdr. Robert F. Wenzelas Recording
commanding officer of VP- unit.At
Cecil, Field, Attack Squadron -
7 during an informal ceremony 83 became the first squadronto x USO has announced plans Radio Shack' stores, an ele-
'Monday at Fleet Air Wing 11 go over the top, reporting f m for a national project that it hopes tronics equipment chain, USO
headquarters.Cdr. 136.7 per cent of its objective.Two .F.. t will enable every overseas will have free taping facilities
Wenzel has been reas units at the Mayport Na- serviceman to receive taped holi- in over 350 locations. In addi-
signed to the FAW -11 staff for val Station exceeded their goal + d day greetings from their familiesand tion to supplying special re -
temporary duty while awaiting during the past week -- with the friends. The unique Living cording booths in each of its
further assignment. fleet tug USS Paiute leading the 1r Letter" project will cover more stores, the company has agreedto
The new Black Falcon com 166 cent.The than 250 cities the free and
way with per guided key throughout supply tapes mailing
manding officer was designateda missile frigate USS Standley was ass country, and is aimed at making cartons to anyone wishing to
naval aviator in 1950. Fol- free taping facilities available to send a letter in their own voiceto
lowing tours of duty in Korea WHAT'S INSIDE : : almost everyone in the nation. servicemen overseas.In .
and with VP 731, he was an :
,.: The project has been developed order to allow time for mail
instructor at the U. S. Na\al
to encourage the public to send delivery toVietnam,Thailand and
EDITORIALS. .Page 2 FOR CFC -- The Combined
School All Weather
" Flight, special greetingsto armed forces other critical areas, the tape -
Federal
at Corpus, Christi, Tex., wherehe Campaign got a $25 personnel who will be away from letter
a project was inauguratedon
CIVIL SERVICE. ..Pflfl* 6 boost Monday when Mrs
of
compiled 2,000 hours flight home during the holidays USO a national basis Monday and
Maria Bennett, president of especially wants to stimulate the
will through Nov. 30.
run
time.Later, he completed assign- WANT ADS. . Page 11 Navy Wives Club #86, gave flow of taped letters to Vietnam, According to Brigadier Emil

ments with VP 10 at Brunswick MOVIES . Page 11 Capt. D. A. Hempson, CFC where any message, taped or Miller, USO executive director
.. Maine, and VP 30 at Chairman, a check on be written, is doubly appreciated. residents of the greater Jackson
NAS Jax before earning his SPORTS. Page J5 & 16 half of the Club. Through arrangements with the ville area may participate in the
bachelor of degree from
arts
tape a letter program at the

I the 1963.University of Missippi in Red Darts Have New Skippercrewman Radio Lakewood Shack- SanJose stores located and Regency in the

After two years as execu -
Square Shopping Centers. A USO
f tive officer of the USS Tallahat- VP .- 45 marked its 27th changeof VP 45 for their support duringhis Program and was dis representative will be on hand
, chie County (AVB 2)), homeported command Oct. 2 when Cdr. W. tenure as commanding of charged after WWII. He sub- at all times to assist parents,
at Naples, Italy, Cdr. H. Saunders III took the helm of ficer. sequently graduated from friends and relatives in record-

the Red Dart squadron in cere- The new commanding; of Georgia Tech and re enteredthe ing their messages to service -
r monies at the VP hangar com- ficer entered the Navy in 1945 Navy with commission. In men.
plex. He relieved Cdr. HarleyD. through; the V 6 Combat Air- 1952 he entered flight trainingat "Living Letter" facilities are
____ Wilbur, who had command Pensacola, winning his wings also maintained the year aroundat
; ed the squadron for 11 months ,. two years later. the USO clubs at 318 N. Ocean
and who now moves on to the
Street, Jacksonville and 603
Since then he has served with
Operations Study Group in Washington -
VP 24, the Advanced Air Train- N. 1st Street, Jacksonville
J D. C. Beach. The public is also invit-
ing Command, VP 5 and Com-
Jt t Guest speaker. RAdm. Ralph z FairWingsLant staff where he ed to use these facilities duringthe
Weymouth, commander Fleet Air
special holiday program, as
served as Task Group Delta project
!It Wings Atlantic, was introducedby Y officer.In well as any other time during the
. Capt. W. W. Honour, com r li year.
i mander Fleet Air Wing 11.RAdm. March 1964, the com -
) Weymouth spoke on the necessityof mander reported to the U. S. VW-4 GoesHollywood

-)- 'I using the vast amount of men Naval Postgraduate School wherehe
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: : and resources; in the Navy's anti ,. studied engineering scienceand
: Cdr.. Stratmann submarine warfare team as an 9 finished first in his class.
Stratmann reported for dutyhereas "operational development lab From 1965 to 1967 he was attached -
director Career Information oratory" to continually seek out 1 to VX -1 where he head- Jax -- Enlisted men and offi-
it Center on the staff of Com new and better.. ways to combatthe ed an evaluation section and served cers of VW 4 became movie
mand Fleet Air Jacksonville. threat of modern enemy sub- as project officer in checking stars last week when a team of
. From November 1967 until its marines. the forthcoming LockheadP3C civilian cameramen and officers
r decommissioning last week, the During his talk, the admiral Orion, the latest advancementin from the Navy Department began
new VP 7 commanding of praised VP 45 as one of the ASW. filming a series of VW 4
'-, fleer was XO of VP 18 at finest patrol squadrons In the CUT CAKE-Cdr. and Mrs. lie reported to VP 45 in activities to be used in a 28
t Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. Atlantic Fleet. Before relin Saunders cut ceremonial cake November 1967 and served as minute documentary film.
, Cdr. Stratmann and his family quishing his command, Cdr.Wil- after VP 45 change of the executive officer until as Film sequences shot here, at

.I ; live in Orange Park. bur publicly thanked the men of command. suming command. (Continued on Page 2))





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October |10, 1968 I

JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


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Editorial View Points


ROMAN CATHOLIC
St. Edwards Chapel


Danger From WithinYou SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.
SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
have just about run out of ,time if you haven't already made CONFESSIONS - 5 p.m.-
sure you are properly registered to vote In your home state and 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
requested your absentee ballot for the coming election* TUESDAY
The fact that you can't -- or don't -- vote this year may not mat- Single Young Catholic Organ-
ter much to you. There are a lot of people in this category -- they ization - 7:30 p.m.
just can't see any reason to get too excited about making little X's
on a piece of paper or pulling the handles in a voting booth. U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
This Is unfortunate becase they are, by' their lack of interest Luke's Chapel
and action, helping to determine and destroy our democractic(

society and processes.It's .
SUNDAY MASS - 8:00 a.m.
a recognized fact that the United States is, economically and PROTESTANT
militarily, the most powerful nation in the world. It is almost SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
inconceivable that we could be defeated in.a military confrontation


AWARD PRESENT ATION--SDC W.O. Redding received a Let- PROTESTANTAll

ter of Commendation from Capt. H.O Cutler commanding officer Saints' Chapel

NAS during a ceremony held Sept. 23. Chief Reddingwas

I r 1 UR PERFECT q cited for his meritorious service as chief petty officerin SUNDAY

FREE 6AIAMCE f pE'E charge of Food Service in the Commissioned Officer's mess CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.

VOTE MERtC' from April I 1966 to September 30. Blgd. #722

Divine Worship Service10:00
a.m. Bldg 4# 722.

Personnel Urged to Back Junior Bldg.Youth 4722.Fellowship 6p.m. J

WEDNESDAYSenior

Choir Rehearsal 7'p.m.
Combined Federal DriveThe THURSDAY

or through the breakdown of our economic system. Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
Yet it is possible that our democracy as we know it could shatter Combined Federal Cam tivities include camping, homemaking Bldg. #722.Christian .
and crumble from within because of a disinterested, complacentand paign is in its fourth week in personality devclop- Science Service --
non participating citizenry.It the Jacksonville area and every- ment, health training and serviceto 7:30 p.m. Bldg. #/722.

makes little difference which candidate or party you support.It one is urged to help make this others, with emphasis on
is however, vitally important ,that you exercise your right as a year's contributions reach: new "learning by doing." r--------
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citizen and cast your ballot. heights.,
Without the continuing (interest and participation of every citizenin This one-time solicitation under Catholic Charities Bureau

the political processes and activities of government, our democracy the Combined federal Cam- Provides casework service to J Traffic J Jl
may cease to exist. paign for voluntary health and families regarding problems of
The dreams and sacrifices of millions in the past and the hopeof welfare agencies provides fundsto their children;helps unwed moth-

future generations are embodied in the right of every citizen to help civilian and military per- ers; accepts children for foster Violations {
vote. Don't fail to cast your ballot. (AFPS) sonnel alike. care or adoption; renders care I
Each week while the campaignis
and assistance to the aged.
in progress the Jax Air News
The Bottle BugBy will give specific information Child Guidance Clinic The following Ls a report of
concerning the different branches motor vehicle accidents and traffic -

,', of the Combined Federal Cam- Serves those children in the violations for the period 'of

., Cdr.', L. J. McDonald' CHC' <\ >f* t*,''''f'' This Week we take a lool<,.at community whose emotjonal or ',September 24 through 30.
sober the United Fund and some of the social problems them *t" Number Accidents
In response to the question, "How do you stay ? I recently prevent
heard a man reply: "I just remember that I cannot' take one drink agencies it covers. Information from being adjusted happy in- This Week - - -11
concerning all the agencies will dividuals. Diagnostic consulta- Total accidents this year through
without washing most of the patrol cruise cars in this county. I
am an alcoholic. If I take one drink I will take two, if I take two I be given in later editions of the tion and treatment helps them Sept. 30 - - 280
will get drunk. If I get drunk I. will be thrown into jail. If I am Sax Air News. grow into well-adjusted adults. Number of accidents through September
thrown into jail I will have to wash most of the cruise cars of this Listing the agencies in alpha- 1967 - 277
county.** betical order, here in brief Is Children's Home Society Total number of days since last

This testimony of an acute alcoholic before others, sympathetic what your contributions providefor Adoption services for infants injury in a motor vehicle acci-
of the different dent - -----8
because of sharing a common problem, helps the speaker to keep his some agen- and children
young ; services to
sobriety. Your drinking need not be this heavy in order to be an cied under the United Fund: unmarried mothers consultationto Number of Violations
alcoholic.A ; This Week - - 74-
American Red Cross natural parents wishing to
Speeding - - -15
lady in the meeting stated that she had been asked, "Why are release children for adoption and
Reckless Driving - 11
here, have never been in jail?
you you Counseling, communications
to prospective adoptive .
Many feel that only the lost-week-enders, the down-in-the gutter financial and other assistanceto parents.Children's Going through Stop Sign 2
Other Violations - 50
type are alcoholics. servicemen,veterans and their Museum
Just what does constitute an alcoholic? The word alcoholic families service and Twenty-seven drivers appeared
; training Classes in art,nature,and sci- before the Traffic Hearing Board
means anyone whose drinking brings sickness, regret despondency, programs in first aid, water
lost'' opportunities, unhappy family relationships or grief and troublein safety and nursing caredisaster ence; tours of exhibits for groupsof at the meeting held on Oct. 3.

general. To be an alcoholic does not mean to be a moral degen- preparedness and relief. children supplement regular Disposition of the cases includedthe
erate, i it does mean the person involved is allergic to alcohol. school studies; planetariumshows following: 4 lost drivingand
Most alcoholics will not admit to themselves that they are American Social and educational activities parking privileges aboard

alcoholic though they are the only ones who do not know. Health Association provided. station for various periods; 4
Here is a quick test which you can use in order to judge yourself: were assigned to completean
If you crave a "hair of the dog that bit you." Research, Investigation and Clara White' Mission eight-hour course in reme-

If from having been a group drinker, you begin to drink alone.If family life education to control dial driving; 9 received sus-
from VD, prostitution,narcotics addic- Provides religious and character 4 warn-
you drink to escape worry and trouble, pensions; were given
If your kids are afraid when they see you open a bottle, tion and allied conditions. building education for the ings; 6 were dismissed. Twentytwo
If your dog is afraid when he sees you open a bottle, Arthritis Foundation community; works with juvenile drivers were assessed 45
If you could quit drinking if you want to, but can't make your- delinquents, paroled and discharged traffic points.
self want to Supports research and health prisoners; operates day
There is aid for those desiring help, a simple program for education programs; sponsors nursery and shelter care for VW-4 Movie
transients.
complicated ,people. All that is needed is a sincere desire to quit Arthritis and Collagen Disease

drinking, sincere enough to seek help. There are several profes- Program at Duval Medical Cen- Council on Social (Continued from Page I)
sional persons at each station who will be happy to point the way ter; provides group therapyand _/
toward that help. operates Craft Shop for ar- Work Education
thritics. Roosevelt Roads P.R.and aboardthe
Leads efforts to resolve the- Hurricane Hunter's aircraft
Boy Scouts of America number one problem in the social' will tell the story about the squad-

Character building, citizen- work field; the shortage of com- ron's mission of tracking and

= ship training, physical fitness petent social workers. forcasting severe storms and

and leadership for boys eight to Day Nursery and hurricanes.The .
. 18 through activities designed to Chief of Naval Informa-
develop healthy minds and bod- Kindergarten Association tion film, which will be ready
The J,\\ AIM NEWS is a Civilian CnCerprlsf Newspaper for viewing by revolves
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station ies, including extensive camping Operates four nurseries. Half spring -
around the commanding
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company program. the children cared for squadron's
firm. All submitted for in the are from officer, portrayed by a civilian -
a private Copy use J\X AIR broken homes
,
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box Boy's Club allowing the remaining actor and a squadron en -
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub- Works closely with schools tam parent to work and main sign, also portrayed by an ac
n the home.
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele
tor. Others in the film are
phone 772 11 i JJI( or 119.J J law enforcement bodies and other -
social agencies, guides boysto If'S 6ACK tO SCHOOL* actual members of the hurri -
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries responsibility and good citi- ORtVE cane squadron and their fami-
concerninq such should be directed to. zenship through craft and athletic CAiEfULl.Y' lies.
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The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. programs; a very real wea-
pon against juvenile delinquency. n / A fleet of waterborne utility
Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 and mechanized landing craft,

Camp Fire Girls operated by the U. S. Naval
Support Activity, Da Nanff
VOL. 26 NO. 29 OCTOBER 10, 1968 Program combines fun,friend- Vietnam, delivers more than 80

ship, achievement and high ideals per cent of the supplies to the
for girls aged seven to 18. Ac- VWCT our fog ixt irmt ONES / major Marine logistics base at
Dong Ha, just below the DMZ.Page I'





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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER
October. 10, 1968Flying


Army Pulls .dip h



Navy Out Of A HoleBy

. .. .
William R. Burkett Jr.
,
A salvage operation two and "lie stopped at the Pinecastle
one half miles into the Ocala Range helo pad to pick up Lieu-. ;
National Forest occasioned a coordinated tenant Commander Kelly of VA-
effort by Army and 105, the outfit that had lost. the I,9
Navy personnel that ended with plane," said Arkin.
Navymen acting as lumberjacks ADJ1 James Marter from VA- ;
and an Army helicopter puttingon 105 was waiting at the site,
a smooth demonstration. of perched aboard the engine to
precision flying. hook up the Army "chopper1. < yip
An aircraft from a soon-to-be As the weary Navymen watched, 'N a R ''.t' y
deployed Cecil squadron was Army Warrant Officer M.I.Keys isN .' J n (G ?
down; among close-growingtrees, dexterously dropped his craft, +
.1
and examination of the engineto workhorse of the Vietnam
determine cause of failurewas ground war, into place. Once
considered imperative priorto secured to the engine, he applied -
departure. lift."The th4
Commander HUe, Operations skill exhibited by the
Officer, sent his arresting gear Army helicopter pilot was probably -
crew into the area armed with the best I have:: ever wit- ,
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STUBBORN. .when the Stricom Huey couldn't do the job,

an Army H 54 "FlyingCrane" ,transiting the area carryingan Can You
A4 to the NAS Jax rework facility came in to finish up.
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The "crane" is based at Ft. Sill Okla. and is piloted by a r tkr-i 11 TAKE YOUR CAR
Major Goodloe (Navy photos by PH2 Bland and PHAN Duran) WTI1 YOU?
For and Insurance
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power saws and sharp axes to nessed," said Arkin."Hetreated Stateside and Oueru s. Call
clear enough ground for a heli- us to a fine exhibition of precision DYER M. BURR
copter lift of the damaged en- flying under the worst *
conditions. Dust, dirt, charred GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
gine. They were on the scene at
noon last Saturday, six men with pieces of fabric--it was all going FINANCE CORPORATION
several hundred trees to fell. UP in the air." and
"We were just out of luck," INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
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end and nobody was flving. Finally lift that much weight. But these
word came that a U.S. conditions were far from ideal--
Army "Huey" gunship pilot from the humidity, the position, sev-
the U.S. Strike Command at Mac- eral factors were working against I
Dill Air Force Base had volunteered him. He could lift, but he couldn't
to come up to make the translate into forward motion.So
salvage attempt.At we had to abandon the idea." S
noon Sunday, after nearly The other airedaes turned-
twenty-four hours of lumber- loggers were Chief Walter Jemi-
jacking Lieutenant W.E. "Bud" son, ABE1 George Chandler,ABE
Arkin's arresting gear sailors 2 Roy Hicks, ABH2 Dale Hughesand
were more than happy to ease AN Allen Brindamour. The
their aching backs and watch the fallen timber will be disposed of
flying soldier drop in. by conservation officials.


New VA-81 SkipperCECIL


.oo Cdr. Lloyd M.
Westphal relieved Cdr.' Mel-
ville D. Cunningham as Commanding i
Officer of Attack
Squadron Eighty One during
ceremonies today at Hangar o\\
14. Admiral L.E.S.H.LeBailly ,. -
obe Commander of the Brit- I 1L..JJ1 S.S."S Irt
ish Naval Staff in Washington, i j
D.C. was the guest speaker.
The squadron's new Com-
manding Officer has servedas
VA-81's executive officer ,
for the past year and was
with the squadron for a nine
,
.
month Mediterranean deploy-
ment aboard USS Shangrila.Cdr. .
Westphal came to VA-
81 after serving as operations
officer of VA-146 where he
-. earned 16 Air Medals and two

,..:, Distinguished Flying Crosses ;
while engaged in Southeast rw- t
Asia combat operations.He .
is a native of Stockton
Cal., and presently resides '
1. ,i, ;
in Orange P rk. He is mar-
ried to the,former Anita Chll-
ders of Albuquerque, New
Mexico and has one daughter,
Cdr. WesphalWOMENALL I ,
Suzette, age 9:

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I Exchange Spaces Spread for Opening Next Month I



Jax -- If construction con -
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tinues on Its present schedule, TAe
the Main Navy Exchange Retail ...-
: Store, Bldg. 27, should be mov-
IL ed Into Its expanded floor space
and be open for business by the

u middle of November. That's the .
word from Navy Exchange offi- ; wMWfr *
cials as the contractor nears [ -r :t I _l _
completion of his work which will
Fgi double the size of the current ex-
change.
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H. D. Rutledge, exchange staff iJL
assistant, told Jax Air News the
exchange expects to accept the
building from the contractor between -
the 15th and 18th of Octo.
ber. "Sales equipment and new
stock continues to arrive here
every day," Rutledge said.
"We'll begin to set up our equip-
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area as soon as we getthe addi-
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OUTSIDE Construction men are working to double the cur "The week before the new sec- INSIDE---Navy exchange employees are already restocking the
rent floor spaces in the exchange tion opens for business will force self-service section which has been remodeled
the closure of the current sales
space in order to move stock and other section of the exchange. with the latest equipment for the
equipment and rearrange the cur- "We'll also be able to expandthe ladies," Rutledge explained.
rent departments," Rutledgeex- ladies and children's depart- Construction work In Bldg. 3
l plained "We'll work around ment to better serve our depen- is expected to be completed a
1 the clock to complete the expansion dent customers," Rutledge said., month to six weeks after the Main
project and we hope our "We'll offer a better displayand Exchange project is completedand
customers will understand the wider selection of merchan- open for business.The .
necessity of closing for a week." dise in most every department." NAS Jax change complexis
The $425,000 project will en Under the expansion project, the largest main branch exchange -
large the sales floor space from the old bowling alley in Bldg. complex in the country.It .
15,000 square feet to 30,400 3 will be renovated and the bar- operates exchanges at Cecil
square feet and allow the exchange ber, beauty, personal servicesand Field and Mayport in Florida
to enlarge its departmentsand other shops will be relocated and Glynco and lbany in neigh-
offer better and quicker ser- within the building. boring Georgia.
vice to its customers, accordingto Other work to be completedwill "While we may be the largest
expansion plans. be an improved ventilation exchange complex in the country
The older portion of the ex- system in the cafeteria.The Bldg. our goal is still to provide the
change, where the men's cloth- 3 exchange area will also offer best service possible to the individual -
Ing and sports departments are Western Union service, a flower customer in all our exchanges -
currently located, will becomethe order service and a portrait ," Rutledge stated. "We
men's department and uniform studio. hope our customers here will
shop exclusively. Sporting "The new beauty shop will havean understand the small inconvience
"lb1KN AND COS MB ABWT All E CAM HAND equipment will be moved to an- oriental theme and be equipped during the expansion. We're sure

OM THIS RUNWAY, COi.ONEI.!" they'll be pleased with our ser-
_?: vice when the project is com-
"
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USS Higbee cannot claim to be
the first combatant'' ship to be

: .'.. named after a woman (though she
Is the only ship in commission
i We are Proud to Announce named in honor of a woman).
i USS Harriet Lane was named for
the niece of President John Bu
Jack Fisher z
chanan. She was a 619-ton side-
wheeler with four guns, trans-
(USN Ret.)
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Treasury in 1861.
"\ Department
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Navy ShowsCombat 11 iWp'1. 1 I

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3 cooperation with the De +

partment of the Navy, the
Cummer Gallery of Art in Jacksonville : gar K

s is presenting an exhibi-
----V tion of Navy Combat Art for the ..
three weeks beginning Oct.17 and 'J.f" '""",\

ending Nov. 10.. il '.,
t This particular groupof paint- .'..'.''.'.. .
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ings was selected to be shown at r
the Smithsonian Institution in r

Washington, D. C., a few months
ago, and is a pan of a collectionof
over 3,000 original paintings &
commissioned by the Navy since -
1941.
IIt-; This program originated as the ---,- r ...tiMl...- N0'..'"..N_....A _n_ on _____ _
Navy's Combat Artist's Corps srr........r..
CALIFORNIA BOUND--(I tor
before Pearl Harbor and has
ENDS CAREER---AZC John D. Alexander of VP-45 Is retired even ) Maria Bennett, Rita Brown, = 1 E
continued through the Korean and ft .,, *
from active dutyby Cdr. W.H. Saunders III, commanding. of- Vietnam conflicts with works by Barbara Howard and Cynthia ..I.V. ,,;'\'\\;'.,,':
ficer of the Red Dart squadron.45's both Navy personnel and civilian Barnes are all set to repre- A : *I r
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artists. sent the NWCJ #86 at the na- :\; \\\\ .w.;. Bl
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Chief Alexander The Cummer Gallery of Art tional convention in San
located at 829 Riverside Ave., Diego. =MOTORS:

will be open to viewers from 10 ,. .. .
...
Retires After 22 YearsJax a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through :: {\\\ \ {;: .
Saturday and from 2 until 5 p.m October 24 is United Nations P-L-E-N-T-Y If.:: :: .
Sunday at no charge The gal- Day. ? .
-- Twenty two years of based as NAS Atlantic City, he lery is closed Mondays.The : ofVW'sU! ..
dedicated naval service came to aboard VF 171 then ---- ---------------- .
reported ............. .
a close. Oct. 1 as AZC John D. located here at NAS. While attached s
Alexander, Patrol Squadron to that squadron in Navy Wives Club Notes Hobby ShopSPECIALS

Forty Five maintenance admin- the power plants division, AD2 : =
istration chief petty officer was Alexander participated in a .
retired from active duty and round theworld cruise aboard Navy Wives Club # 86 will be theme for the annual com- .H 63 TEMPEST .$240 .
transferred to the fleet reserve. the USS Wasp (CVA 18)) and held their monthly business bined field luncheon, and fashion 62 COMET . $340 .
Cdr. W. H. Saunders Ill, com- was aboard the USS Forrestal meeting Oct. 3. Mrs. Joyce show, sponsored this year by the 62 CHEV.$340 :
manding officer of the Red Dan (CV A-59)) standing by in the George was initiated into the Mayport Officers Wives Leagueon = 62 SIMCA .$140
Squadron, presided over the proceed Mediterranean during the 1956 club membership by the chaplain, Oct. 15 at the Roosevelt Hotel. 60 FALCON. . $55 j
inas. Suez Canal crisis. Mrs. Gregg Lucas, in the tradi- .
The fashion show, featuring 59 CHEV. $55 .
A native of Birmingham, Ala., tional candlelight ceremony.
Looking back on his naval fashions for travel,will be stagedby .
Alexander entered the Navy in New chairmen were
years, the Orange Park resident appointed a local department store, ........... .
Jan. 1947 and after three monthsat Mrs. Alvin Stone, chairman and
bootcamp,reported to VA-16A said, "It's been an enjoyable and M rs. Joseph Moldoon,co-chair- with sixteen models from May- H We Rey-Sell-Fiauitce o
if
rewarding and I hadit
,
career pone Cecil Field and NAS Jax. :
which was embarked aboard the man of the Navy Wives "Not -
to do I wouldn'tch.tnge
USS Antietam (CV 36)). The over again. New Shop" which is open every Social hour will begin at 11:30 .
I've all
a thing.
squadron flew Martin'IBM torpedo of seen Tuesday and Thursday in the a.m. with the luncheon and fashion 6566Normandy .
phases naval avaition. and hada
bombers when he came chance to see parts of the world building across from the main show an hour later. Donationswill : Boulevard :
aboard, but transitioned toDouglas exchange. Goods are taken on be $2.72 per person. Call
I never dreamed existed. No, Idon't .
AD 2's in 1948 and was consigment now on both days and Mr. T. E. Curry at 781 7584 '
redesignated VA 155. think at all.I'd" trade *this experience proceeds go towards the club's. for tickets. =r.i Gl H ( f.,17J
and
civic
When VA-155 was decommis- many charity projects.In ,
sioned in 1949,petty officer Alex- During his 22 years in the Navy, addition to the regular
ander reported to NAS Alamedafor Chief Alexander was awarded monthly projects the club votedto
shore duty in the power plants numerous decorations including donate this month to the United .
shop. After a tour in VX 3 five good conduct awards. Fund, the St. Jude Hospital for -
lukemia, the Aviation Memorialat C-6
Pensocola and the Scorpian ;; Z

Memorial Scholarship Fund from
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE the Not New Shop proceeds.The BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC.
$50 donation to the Navy

. All Ranks Al Ages Wives National Scholarship
Foundation, will be presented at
iowRArEs the national convention of the 7 N
Navy Wives Club in San Diego \
next week. Due to the national
EASY MONTHLY convention, the next meeting will
be postponed until Oct.23.Everyone -
PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL is urged tobring canned goods
for the Thanksgiving baskets to
be filled at this meeting

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Civil Service News Cost Cutting Suggestionsjax I



Four Naval Air Re fiver of NARF awarded 23 NARF
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employees were employees with letters of appreciation -

work cited last Facility week for their will bene- the Department for their of contributions the Navy's Cost to
which save
Merit Jobs Revealed ficial suggestions combined total of Reduction Program for Fiscal
: the Navy a Year 1968. .

$56,991. In making the awards, Captain
The four, John T. Autry, HughC.

Sax -- Merit promotion op General Engineer, GS 11. Areaof the close of business Oct., 31. Ward, William J. Attwood received and NARF Faulders has expressed achieved pleasure 120 per cent that

portunities currently open for consideration: Nationwide. All applicants must be career Gilbert S. Chichester total- of its 1.2 million dollar savings
receipt of applications are listed Applications will be accepted or career conditional em checks for their suggestion goal for 1968.
below. The area of consideration through the close of business Oct. ployees of the federal govern- ing $1,965.
and closing date of each is shown. ment. Application Forms 171 or Autry's suggestion was to use
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D 21.MPB No. 162 68 Digital 57 for these positions shouldbe Air Force surplus engine
grade level GS 4 and below. Computer Systems Operator,GS- filed with IRD, Box 22, NAS transport trailers. He located
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C aU 7. Area of consideration: NAS, Jacksonville, Fla., 32212. For 11 trailers and arranged to have
semi skilled positions pay level NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, further information regarding them transported toNARF with
seven and below and MPB No. 83- FAETULANT, Naval Hospital, these positions, see the copiesof out cost. His suggestion will \ ..
67 Plan B all skilled positionpay Navy Commissary Stores, Navy the bulletins or announce save the Navy $13,860. 1 M -....,,,
level eight and above. Areaof Recruiting Station, Disease Vec- ments or call extension, 2320, Ward's $15,000 savings sug-
consideration: NAS, NARF, tor Control Center and Resident rating and examining branch, IRD gestion was for the use of alum-
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX.FAETU- Storage Office Jacksonville and NAS Jacksonville. inum screw plugs rather than .
LANT, NavyHospitalNavyCommissary all naval activities within the First flanged plugs that had to be weld- ,.,..,, '
Stores, Navy Recruiting Fifth and Sixth Naval Districts. ed *on magneto flanges. Due to ;:;'"JW ".
CSC
Station, Disease Vector Control Applications will be accepted ComplaintOffice the change to aluminum screws, WardJam.
Center and Resident Storage Office through the close of business the flanges are now routed to
Jacksonville. Applicationsfor Tuesday. one shop instead of seven and
these positions will be accepted MPB No. 163 68 Informa- OpenedA the change is made in 25 minutes
at any time. A separate tion Receptionist, GS 4. Areaof instead of five hours. R
application must be filed for each consideration: NAS, NARF, new office has been openedby Attwood and Chichester put ina
position in which interested. NARTU, COMFAIRJAX. FAETU the Civil Service Commissionto combined suggestion on re -
MPB No. 158-67 Industrial LANT, Naval Hospoital, Navy handle complaints from Fed- designing the mounting bracket
gineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11 and Commissary Stores, Navy 'Recruiting eral employees and the public used for shipping carburetors -
MPB No. 154 68 Dental Hy- Station, Disease Vector involving the Federal personnel with the 1820 aircraft engine.
gienist, GS 5.. Area of con- Control Center and Resident Storage system. By adoption of their suggestion
sideration: Nationwide. Ap Office, Jacksonville. Appli- The new office will report directly engines can be shipped completeand % rt
plications will be accepted cations will be accepted throughthe to Chairman John W. Macy at a savings' of $27,605.In .
through the close of business close of business Tuesday. Jr., and will help employees with other ceremonies Capt. C. .
Wed>sday. MPB No. 164 68 Accountant problems connected with the Fed- T. Faulders Jr., commanding; Autry
MPB No. 157 68 Production GS 7. Area of con eral personnel system on which
Superintendent (Aircraft), GS- sideration: Nationwide. Appli they believe they need assistance
15 and MPB No. 159 68 cations will be accepted through from the commission. a $
Services of the office will be z S :ra
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available to help members of the
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public who need such help or have 3 db 4
MONEY complaints about Federal per-

Cash Monthly Months sonnel matters.
"The new service does not replace -
You 'Get Payment to Pay
IN 1 DAY existing means for handling -
$ 84.33 '$5.00 24 employee complaints and ; wI
grievances ," ,Chairman Macy gp +
219.27 J3.0 24 said, "It is not a substitute for
,0 $600ARRANGED the regular channels open to employees -
320.79 19.00 24 'L : ,
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The commission will continueto
25.00 24
427.51 .
look to Federal agency mana- .
500.51 29.00 24 gers to handle fairly and expedi-
tiously any complaints from their Chichester and Attwood

600.00 34.39 24 employees, Chairman Macy em-
BY PHONE phasized. However, the new office DOD Urges Equal Employment

Pu'ttlC.'UIS uh'/uJt/ interest will be a single,point within
the commission to which employees -
Rights for all Civilian WorkersSecretary
or the public may come or
e DIBL FINANCE COMPANY write for assistance on matters
which they have been unable to of Defense Clark M. made toward achieving fairer and

4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384-2314 resolve otherwise and to Clifford recently issued a memorandum more effective utilization of the
which employees may bring their to all Department of many skills and talents of min-
2-11 1 HUM\ fOI S\11t ST. DIAL );607Sr complaints. It will also serve Defense workers urging that each ority group civilian employees.
r 52S6 III \('IMKULr\\W:. ) DIAl )'i'J.,2X'>I) employees who believe their give equal employment oppor- However, he continued, "more
.oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooowcreviLW rights under the Federal person- tunities for civilian employeesof remains to be done."
nel system have been adversely the Defense Department. The memo continued, "Pro -
s iaaaoM affected'' by agency action. Stating that the principle of gress toward full equality in
"Despite the complexity of our equal employment opportunity employment opportunity requiresmorethanpolicystatements.Om
THE society and the vast undertakingsin without regard to race, creed, -
which our employees are involved color or national origin must tinuous affirmative efforts are
we must never lose sightof continue to get total support essential at all levels of com -
EM the individual and his prob- throughout the department, Clifford mand, supervision and management -
lems," Chairman Macy said. said "I am pleased to report .
that significant progress has been "The one million civilians in
the Department Defense work

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pins for their work Sept. Joan Arigo, Mrs. Liz Mears.and Navy Relief was founded in a society. It was granted official
Relief 30 at a tea at Quarters One, Mrs. Syble Chalbeck, and right, 1904 as a result of a unique status by the Navy in 1917 when
Cecil. 1,000-hour pins to Mrs. Betty suggestion made in 1903 that a Regular Navy officer was des-
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home-based at Cecil con- to be trees against the ,
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M M NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES } the flow of war materials south bered that there had never been passes and bridge approacheswere
1' r last week in missions over the trees there before," explainedLt. cratered during the day's
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panhandle. (j j.g.) Charles W. Del Pizzo
i' NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES t1mf:1: Carrier Air Wing 10 pilots Jr., 25, of Redington Beach, Fla. One flight of Skyhawks from:
Jr:tj NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS also struck the enemy's supply "Their camouflage actually helped -' the air wing rolled in on a
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ing four in the panhandle area. Twenty-three miles northwestof ignited seven residual fires.
5326 WescoHiet at 103rd 771-0750 A flight of Air Wing 10 air- Vinh a flight of A4s from the A4s from the carrier Hancock

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i hawks also destroyed a total of Pilots from Hancockbomb-
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ONLY 535 PER MO. 500-pound bombs. There was a
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Movies will be shown nightly at
the NAS Jax Theater at 7:30 p.m.
There will also be a kiddie mat-

inee it 2 p.m. Saturday and a BLUE JACKETS INN--Tonight Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand Phil Cay and the Chantels plus Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
holidays. The Hospital Theater the Hipps Girls tops in go go," arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
will have one nightly featureat will be on hand to provide 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 beat from 8 until midnight. Tomorrow be received. WITH the copy for the ad ,
two nightly shows during the week the music makers will -
at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Matineeswill be the Camelots Band.Saturday Do Net Se.d C.sh
be shown on weekends at from 2 until 6 p.m. will be the

2 and 5 p.m. Ratings: A-Adults; Rush Hour Band followed by the Rate: Minimum charge ((3 Hies) : $2.00
GA General Audience; M Crystal Cathedrals beginning at .,, . . 'e .

Matured Youths; S-Superior; E- 9 p.m. Sunday the Standard Pro-
Excellent; VG-Very Good; F ductions will be under the lights Per additioRfll line ((4 words per II..). . . 0.50
Fair; CNA-Class Not Available. from 2 to 6 p.m. and the Crys-
tal Cathedrals from 8 until mid- --
THURSDAY Oct. 10 night. Monday the music makers

NAS: "NEVER A DULL MO- will be the Sixteens Tuesday, JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1 SINGER LAKE LOTS
MENT" starring Dick Van Dyke the Rush Hour Band and Wed- Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean GOLDEN SEW Large'' lots on Santa Fe Lake.
and Dorothy Provine. Color Co nesday, the Crystal Cathedrals modern trailers & Apts. 389- USED AS A DEMONSTRATORONLY. Terms. Call Owner, 387-7379.
return. 3007. Like new,4 dr.desk.Does
medy.G/E. ((108)). "0" CLUB--Tonight is beef- all this without attachments:But STEREO CONSOLE MODEL $68

HOSPITAL:Montgomery..Color"WARKILL"starring eaters night from 6 to 9 p.m. WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear tonholes, fancy designs,. blind With radio, take up payments on
George Friday night the champagne spe- NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of hems, overcasts, winds bobbin beautiful stereo like new 4-speed
Action A M/VG. cial is from 6 to 10 p.m. and Jammes Rd Furn. & Unfurn. through needle. Bal. $41 or$5.20mo. record changer. Balance $68.
C. FIELD: "FLIM FLAMMAN" dancing from 8 until 11 p.m. Apts. Newly painted, 2BR, LR, Free home trials. 771-8211 Or $8 per month. Phone 353-
starring George C. Scott Saturday the Stars and Bars is Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking. Dealer. 1946 anytime., Ask for Credit
Color Comedy Drama. GA/VG from Water, Sewage & Garbage incld. Manager Will deliver 0011-
open 5:30 until 8 p.m. FOR RENT 2 BR HOUSE FURN. no
min),
((112 Sunday is the buffet dinner from Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call Orange Park, Will rent to TAD gation. A-1 Music Center 1606
FRIDAY Oct. |II| 6 until 9 p.m. and Tuesday is 387-2541, nites or weekends Call Personnel or Bachelors. 264- Main St. Jacksonville.
foreign dish night with German 3890744.
NAS "WALK DON'T RUN"starring
: 6884.FOR ORANGE PARK
food on this week's
Cary Grant and Samantha menu. RENT OR FOR SALE
CPO CLUB--Tomorrow after 67 HARLEY DAVIDSON ((250)) TROPICAL SETTING
Eggar. Color Comedy A- Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
dining on the seafood special for Sprint, 4,000 mi. Good Mech. EXECUTIVE AREA
M/E ((125)) FIIA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
$1.25, dance to the music of $400. EV 4.1778.EARN HOLLY POINT
HOSPITAL: "NEVER DULL Mark Castle. Saturday night,the Call Powell or Mills, USN 4 BR, 2 Baths, Corner F'place,
MOMENT"C. Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
Starlighters will be the music between LR & DR, Lge. Mod.
FIELD: "WARKILL"SATURDAY makers. EXTRA MONEY FOR Realty. Military-Free-Notary. Kit., Wooded Lot Will refinance

Matinee Christmas. Part or full time with DARDEN MOBILE HOME FHA or VA $28,500.VIRGINIA .
FRA CLUB 91 -- The FRA Beauty Counselor, Inc.,7715004or E. BELL
NAS: SULLIVANS E MPIRE" Club will sponsor a fashion show 771-5991. Subdivision, 9416 Crystal SpringsRd. REAL ESTATE
., 781 2127. Close to Cecil
Martin Milner
starring tomorrow at 8 p.m. followed bya 264 2488 Broker
and Linden Chiles. Color Melo- Scotch Promotion Night at happy A Civilian Use Field 85x91' Lg. Lots, water, (24 Hr: 356 2462))
paved roads, patioSINGER
Drama. and "Son of Geronimo.: hour prices. For Service Know- How

Chapter 15. Major Company has openings in FOR $25 Unclaimed Layaway
SATURDAY, Oct. 12 ACEYDEUCY -- Tonight and most areas of Fla., for men Sewing Machine, left in storage. NEVER USED
tomorrow night a buffet will be of ability; initiative and desire Good condition. Does everything, Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma-
NAS "SONS OF KATY ELDER" -
: served $1.25 all you can eat. for higher thanaverageearnlngs. complete with attachments. chine. Makes buttonholes, fancy
starring John Wayne Dean Tomorrow Mel Gaden and the Complete training provided. Include Yours for storage charge, $25. designs, blind hems. Paybal.$25cash
Martin and Martha Hyer. Color Lazy Rhythm Girls will be on telephone number when each. Call 353-1946.Will deliver, or $5 mo. Dealer. Free
Western.. GA/E ((130)) stage from 8:30 p.m. until 12:30 addressing inquiry to: No obligation.A-l WAREHOUSE home trial ,771-9106. anytime.FOR .
HOSPITAL: "WALK DON'TRUN" a.m. Saturday the Four ,Clubs Regional Supervisor 1606 MAIN'ST.

will provide the beat. Sunday is 2911 McCoy Rd., SALE:'. 10 ACRES
Pistol MatchesResults game night beginning at 6 p.m. Orlando, Fla. 32809 MIDDLEBURG AREA Hillsboro County Route 301.
Big Branch Rd., 5 acres 10
Creek on Ph. 733-3127
property.
acres & larger. Terms. Ph.
of Pistol Matches dur-
282-5272 or 282-5224.
ing week of October 1-4. AUTOMATIC WASHERS
OPEN \ V SUNDAY 1963 RENAULT CARAVELLE Recond., & Guaranteed,Westside

NATTC 3-0 "S" with 67 engine, new paint, Surplus Products. 5407 Wes-
NAS Armory 2-0 good cond. Passed Inspection. connett Blvd. 771-3676
FAETU 2-0 600.Call 771-2232 after 4 p.m.
VP 45 1-0 e FREE HOME COUNSELINGWe
MAD 1-0 12 x 56' MOBILE HOME 1967 specialize in housing for Ser

NAS AMD 1-1 A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY 2 Br., Pvt. Owned. sep. kitch. vicemen in the area.Homes from
VP 16 1-1 & dining. Take over pymts. 6085 $51 to $237 mo., office open

VP-5 1-1 W. (.*. them the VW 16 point Safety and P.rform.nc. Inspect Townsend Rd. #22. everyday from 9 to dark. 8029
VW-4 1-1 ion. Then we tuned tightened replaced everythlnc that
up. Normandy Blvd. Call tes Woody
replacementof UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT
need.dlt. And guaranteed them 100'1. for the repair or
1-2
NAS GEM 0-2 ell major mechanical part.- for 30 dar or 1000 ml Us. Comeon 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath and Janette Nanney. 772-0760
FICEUR 0-3 ENGINE -TRA 45.4ISSION'REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE Bungalow w/stove&refrig.Furn.
Marine 30'Barracks 0-3 ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Dining Rm., Garage & Space MALE ROOMMATE WANTED
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Pictures of the Year competition. Jax -- NAS Special Services
i This competition is open to active located in Bldg. 704 has 10 new
It duty military personnel who are camper trailers that sleep fourto
:1 assigned as either photographers ; : ; __ six persons. These camp
, or as information personnel. Civilian -S ertrailers are available to all
!, employees are not eligible. ___i I military personnel stationed
here. The campers are also
Competition is limited toblack THE LINE UP-Special Services Displays half of the ten new camping trailers that they will available to all retired personnel -
and white prints ( may be from be handling. of
the
when requirements
,;, black and white or color nega-
;': tives). The categories for the active duty personnel have been
;r Military Competition are: ((1)) t taken care off.
:j'' News scheduled unschedulednews I NATTC The trailers are available on a
events; (2)) Feature,single : Behind The SceneBy first come first serve basis and
picture or picture sequence of will be limited to 15 days to
:1,, human interest subjects; ((3)) Pic- any one individual.A .
torial, design and mood pictures; June Goff
I ((3)) Sports; ((5)) Portrait and $2 per day rental fee, pay-
t'$' Personality; ((6)) Picture story, AVCM Alexander C. Black retired AEAA Donald W. Jarnigan and He must also undergo a physical able in advance, will be charged
i of related Friday after almost 27 AA John D. Novak were selected examination. for the trailers.
development
sequence .
, pictures to tell a visual story. years of navy service. He was as candidates for the Naval Aca- t e Special Services also has gas
transferred to the United States demy Preparatory School while Sgt. James H.Johnsonhasbeen lanterns and stoves, ice coolers.
Any size picture, either vertical Fleet Reserve by Capt. R. P. attending school at the Naval Air named '"Instructor of the Year"at camping cots, sleeping bags, and
or horizontal, may be submitted Kline, commanding officer, Technical Training Center. Air- Naval Air Technical Training related camping equipment that
however, all photos _must during the retirement ceremony. man Jarnigan was a member of Center. lie was presented a $75 are available to all military per
be mounted on 16" x 20" mount Capt. Kline presented Chief AE (A) School, Class 808, and Savings Bond, Naval Air Technical sonnel for check out at no
board with a caption on the Black with a Letter of Appre Airman Novak was a student at training Center Plaque and a cost to the individual.
reverse side. In addition, the ciation expressing his and the AO (A) School. Letter of Commendation: by Cdr. Also available are freshwater -
photo category; title of the photo; Navy's appreciation for the Upon their selection as can- W. J. Tutwiler,executive officer, and salt water fishing rods and
, the photographers name, rank, chief's faithful and honorable didates, they were transferred to on behalf of the Commanding Officer reels that may be checked out
.
: present military address, home- service during the period from the Naval Academy Preparatory Capt. R. P. Kline. by all hands at no cost. All
\ town address and,if APOor FPO, May 22, 1942 to October 4, this School Bainbridge, Md., for duty Contestants for the Instructorof the items listed above may be
I the country must be included on year. under instruction. the Year award particpated in checked out between the hoursof
the back of the mount. The letter read in part, "Dur There are many determining a 15 minute presentation on a 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Mon.'
ing the years spanned by your factors in selection of candidatesfor subject of their choice. They through Fri., every week.
To compete for the title of career you have had in numer- the preparatory school. In were also required to give a five For additional information,
"Military Photographer of the ous fighter, patrol and other order to be recommended for minute impromptu presentationon call the NAS Special Services
Year" a portfolio entry must be squadrons as well as in various selection, a volunteer must be a subject drawn from the Navy Gear Issue at 3124.NARF .
submitted. At least five cate- naval vessels. Your shore able to convince a board of officers League Manual. Sgt. Johnson's
gories of the competition, one of duty assignments have included that he meets the high subject for his impromptu pre- OfficerAddresses
which must be a picture story, several Naval Air Stations and standards of the Naval Academy. sentation was "The Image Pro-
must be included in the entry. the Naval Air Technical Train- It must also be apparent that gram."
Each picture intended for portfolio ing Command. During your assignment he is truly motivated for a careeras Each competitor was judged on
consideration must be at the Naval Air Tech- a naval officer. The Bureauof his presentations by a panel of DC Luncheon
checked "Portfolio and the nical Training Center, you have Naval Personnel reviews the five judges made up of profes-
t category to which it belongs. performed your duties as man's academic and military records sional men both civilian and LCdr. Frank K. Ellis from

Pictures should relate,In some, Personnel and Education Chief and the recommendation of military.Sgt. the Naval Air Rework Facility
his officer. If Johnson enlisted in the Ma-
within the AviationElectrician'sMate commanding they
manner, to subjects representative here is in Washington today to
,f of military life or activity. School in a manner which select him for further consi- ,rine Corps in February 1963. receive an award from the Presi-
f Photos submitted do not require left nothing to be desired." deration, he must take a pre- After recruit training and dutyin dent's Committee on Employ-
< of liminary scholastic test. various squadrons, he was assigned -
:f proof publication Inanymedia. ment of the Handicapped.The .
Chief Black's With favorable he to instructor duty at
i Entries cannot be returnedto outstanding per- results, will award will be made at
contestants. formance and devotion to duty be designated as a nominee and NATTC in May 1967, wherehe the annual National Employ the
have earned him the Navy Unit authorized to participate in Col- is' presently assigned to PhaseIII Week luncheon in
Handicapped
Judging will take place at the Commendation, Air Force Out- lege Entrance Examination Board A. C. Theory.Sgt. the grand ballroom of the Presi-
University of Missouri, Schoolof standing Unit Award for service, tests, which are used a qualifying Johnson and his wife dential Arms in the nation's
Journalism, on or about Feb. Korean Service Medal, United scholastic tests for the Academy. Brenda have one son, James L. cap-
1, 1969. Mail entries to: Military Nations Service Medal, Good ital.The keynote address also will
Pictures of the Year Com Conduct Medal ((8th Award), Navy
be delivered by LCdr. Ellis and
Room petition 27A, ,Journalism School of Journalism Annex Occupation Medal and Marine with Asian I I IHM3 musical entertainment will be
University of Missouri, Colum- Clasp Expedition, Navy Medal, National Corps De NARTU News and Views provided Band.Dy the United States

bia, Mo., 65201. To be eli- fense Medal ((2nd Award)and Vic Navy
gible, photographs must have tory Medal World War II. While in Washington, LCdr.
been taken between Jan. 1 and Chief Black and his family Anthony "Doc" Donofrio, fic during the Second World War. Ellis is scheduled to be inter-
Dec. 31, 1968. Entries must be will reside at Sunnyvale, in the marked twenty years of active In 1946, "Doc"was dischargedfrom viewed on two television pro-
postmarked no later than Jan. western part of California. naval service last month,winding active service, but remained grams and at a press col erence.
10, 1969. up his naval career. affiliated with the reserve ina He will also visit Walter Reed
drill status. In Septemberof Army Hospital and Bethesda Navy
His first enlistment in the Naval -
1950, Donofrio gained the
Hospital.
Reserve was back in 1943,
opportunity to serve his
at Buffalo, N. Y., where he attended in country LCdr. Ellis is the only double
yet another manner, the Kor-
i boot camp. Later that ean Conflict. amputee in the Navy's historyto
year, he was selected to go to Donofrio remained with the Naval remain on flight status."-Articles -
HM Class 'A' school in San about him have appeared in
Air Reserve
i as an active
\ Diego, Calif. Upon graduation, duty member serving in Calif- Life, True, Guidepost and Good
)\ "Doc" served with the Naval ornia. In 1952 he was sent to Housekeeping. He has received
Hospital at Camp Shoemaker. Treasure Island where he became numerous awards and citationsand
Calif. a station keeper. From was named one of the ten
From Camp Shoemaker,he was there he went to Los Alamitos, outstanding young men in the
selected to attend Class 'C for 12 years. United States last year by the
school, in May of 1944. After "Doc" arrived at the Naval Jaycees.His .

completion, Donofrio boarded an Air Reserve Training Unit here recent book"No Man Walks
LST, for duty in the South Padnnasn- (Continued on Page 16)nn.eao ) Alone" tells the story of his own

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Last week's intra-mural foot by Terry Taylor, later the same VA-174. same day, the Marines defeated VA-105,37 :
ball results brought closer the day Weapons defeated VA-JL74 Other team results are .as VA-87 26 to 0. Monday VA-45 .
teams who will compete for the 12 0. The only touchdown of follows: was downed by VA-4420 to 14 and ,: ';;'
Cecil Field Championship. Last the game was scored by Bill On TuesdayVA-37 over A-12 Weapons tromped VA-17412toO. To BeMissed
Monday two important games Burnett on a pass play from by a score of 12 to 0, and VA- NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE: '
were played. The first was the Larry Fletcher. The extra point 81 over AMD 20 to 6. Wednes- Tonight, AMD vs VA-45 and
clash between VA-44 and VA-45. was a pass to Dick Cany. Two day, VA-174 1, AMD 0, and VA-12 vs VA-174.: -
VA-44 won by a score of 20 to safetys were scored also, the VA-45 6, VA-81 18. Thursday, Monday, VA-87 vs VA 37 and
fine defensive the of between VA-45 vs VA12.Tuesday CECIL ... Deploying attack
14. The winning touchdown was first was a play game the week
by Jim Zaillo in the last quar- by defensive left endBruce Wal- VA-44 and Weapons was can- AMD vs VA-44 and squadrons 37 and 105 will createa
ter of the game, when quarter- ters and the second was anover- celled because many of the Wea- VA-174 vs VA 81. wide void in the Cecil Field
back Tom Sabin connected with hike by the VA-174 center. pons team was engaged in ord- Wednesday, V A87's VA-45 intramural sports program upon:
him for the 50 yard score. The Presently; the three teams in nance convoys. This will be a and the Marines vs VA-37. departure, of according to Services."They'll T. F.. ..',
other TD's were scored in the competition for the title are Wea- game to watch as both teams Thursday, VA-12 vs Weapons McGuckin Special missed in the .
first half of the game, the first pons, Marine Barracks, and VA- have the same record and hopeto and VA-44 vs VA-174. be badly

by Bobby Fewell and the second. 44. In! fourth! ....place. overall--is_ clinch the title..However!.theP'oatbELll BOWLING, STANDINGS: program have, he competed said."Both in almost squadrons .

Continental League every sport offered by the recreation ..'-
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: FolJy TEAM WON LOST VA-37 department.was "by far the most
active of all the squadrons basedat
Weapons 9 '3 Cecil Field," he said, amas-
TEAM PICKELL STAFF FOX HOLT KIMBALL BLACKBURN VA-13 7 5 sing an impressive record in

((12-8)) ((11-9)) ((11-9)) ((11-9)) ((11-9)) (10-10)( ) National League several sports.
Air Force vs Navy AF AF AF AF AF AF They finished second inbasket- .
Ga. Tech vs Tennessee Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn V A-45 #1" .' 11' 1 ball with a 20 and 3 record, .. ,.
Georgia vs Mississippi Hiss Hiss Ga Ga Miss Miss OMD 9 3 and were runners up in theCom-
AMD 8 .4 Fairjax tourney at the Jackson-
Indiana vs Iowa Ind Ind Ind Ind Ind Ind '
ville Naval Air Station. They had
Kansas vs Nebraska Kan Kan Kan Kan Kan Kan American League four bowling teams in three different .,

Hich State vs Michigan HS MS MS HS HS MS AMD 10 2 leagues, and were high in :"
Ohio State vs Purdue Purdue OS Purdue Purdue Purdue OS NAMTG 9 3 the standing in all of them. Of .,
Penn State vs UCLA Penn St Penn St UCLA UCLA Penn St Penn St Dental aId VA-81 6 6 two golf teams, one finished run- w
Texas vs Oklahoma Okla Okla Texas Okla Okla Texas ner up in its league. '" "
Dartmouth vs Princeton Prin Prln Prin Prln Prln Prin Softball was their crowning '. ..
GOLF NEWS: achievement. With an 18 and 3 .'
record, they went on to take the
Last Friday the Cecil Field station championship in a playoffand
I Ladies Golf Club held a blind finish third in the ComFair -:, .
9' tournament. The Co winners .
i The return on Freedom Jax tourney. With deployment -
Shares now averages five per were Mrs. Ellen Rapiak "just around the corner," they
cent when held to maturity. of and Betty Moranville with a are full panicipants in all sports .
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1w four-and-a-half years. 40 1/2.- currently under way. They are "
w setting the pace in touch foot-
tOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOQQGIANT Again an announcement for a ball, could tie for runner up in
dependents Golf Lessons. The tennis and are leading the squash
SWAP MEET lessons begin October 17 at 10:30 league on percentage points.They
AM and the instructor will be will depart before volleyball gets '
JAX LARGEST FLEA Bill Stott.VOLLEYBALL. underway, and it could be that

{ MARKET other station teams will find re,1 \,.: ,
4'.1.
: I lief a; ,the letup in pressure
All Spaces Under Shelter I mingled with regret at loss of :
20th and Edgewood such worthy competition. '..
October 14 Will be the first VA-105, meanwhile, walked off'
Every Sat. 9 am 6:00: pm games in intra-mural Volleyball.If with the Wednesday night bowling .'0"
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must be in to'Mr.McGucken, Administration and Operations :
Phone i the Athletic Director, today. to take the station title.They also
7w 768-7085 or 768-4793 | Teams entered to date are VA-44, were active on the links and were
Before you sign VA-174, NAMTG,AMD,and Wea considered spoilers in the soft-
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I I I KAL'S. 1 KQRNERBy I I II I Potter Pix 'U m' Again Jn Navy


aSH Brent Jax -- It happened! Out of a Potter, a first class person -
KallestadJax
multitude of entries, we have a nelman, (he'. In the wrong busi- Sits SwimTryoufs
duplicate winner within three ness), at FAETULANT, has run
-- The NAS Intramural football scene still has four full weeksof weeks. lie is Charles Potter, up a record of 27 right and 3
,competition remaining, and the National Leaguebattle of he season 34, who was the ONLY entry to wrong in three weeks.
seems to be shaping up for November 7when league leading VAP- correctly select all ten games.In Potter's overall mark gives
62 is scheduled to meet once beaten MARTD, in the season finale fact, no one else even got him a good jump on the rest of Jax --All Interested per -
for both teams. It is the opportunity MARTD needs to tie the front- nine of 10 right, as last week's the competition in the run for the sonnel are invited to attend
runners .and force the N. L. title into a playoff. NAS prognosticators winner did. coveted "Pr nostiC'.ator of the the tryouts for the Navy lax
had another rough weekend Year" award. Nevertheless, Swim Team.
Only 38.3"% of the gameson each weekly winner will also be Practice will be held from
last week's ballots were sel- I 'You Pick Urn' I on the receiving end of a mem- 4-6 p.m. on weekdays, and
ected correctly, another decrease orable treat, BUT, stay in thereas 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays'
in accuracy from the pre- Mr. Potter still has seven All dependents and military
vious week. Incidentally,'all ten weeks remaining. Good luck, personnel are invited and
home teams won their games NAME, RANK OR TITLE .AGE_ fans! perspective team members
last week. M should contact the team coachat
The 1968 Oylmpic games begin DUTY STATION SERVICE #_,__ DID YOU KNOW? 4 or 6 p.m. at the the indoor -
Saturday at Mexico City, and interested The guided missile cruiser pool. _
Tills Week's Games
fans view the ( ) There will be no cost what-
can games, Canberra (CAG-2)) is the only
live via satellite, on ABC, whichis Team listed first is home team. ship in the U.S. Navy bearing the soever for servicemen. The
carried by Channel 17 in the name of a foreign city. Initially, swim team will payAAU team
Jacksonville area. STANFORD use. she ,was planned to be named dues for all military per-
Pittsburgh, but before launchingwas sonnel.
Television will again have com-
The winter
development
renamed Canberra in honorof
petition for viewers this week MIAMI LSU
the Australian cruiser sankin meeting will beheld sometimenext
end, but not In the form of Bob month.
Lou Brock GEORGIA the Battle of Savo Island earlyin
Gibson, etc. Gamesset MISSISSIPPI
World War II.
for coverage this weekend
include: Mississippi at Georgia, MICHIGAN MICHIGAN ST.
Saturday at 3 p.m.; Denver at
New York, Sunday at 1:30 p.m. NEBRASKA KANSAS
on Channel 12, and the Rams
meet the Packers in Milwaukee OHIO ST PURDUE

Sunday at 1:30 p.m., also,
but on Channel 4. The Saturday TEXAS OKLAHOMA
collegiate contest will be carried
by Channel 17. UCLA PENN ST. _

The local basketball
scene is GREEN SAY (NFL),____ LOS ANGELES
a bit clouded currently as a
coaching change has occurred,
MIAMI, BUFFALO (AFL).
but prospects remain good, and
the outlook for the cage team is
Tom Warner has
optimistic. Tie breaker: Predict final score on game between Georgiaand
assumed the head coaching job as Mississippi. Indicate winners in other games by a check
Ted Schramm was forced to step mark.
down due commitments. We
to Ballot boxes are located at Galley One and Galley Three. Balbts
still feature the bas-
plan a on must be in by noon Friday each week or they won't be picked up.
ketball but
squad, are awaiting
GOOD LUCK!!
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American Jax -- VP 16, getting a Second place Admin remained of the Marine Barracks. Lou VP 30 after a week's Inactivity -
LeagueVP
scoring outbursts from Bob a game ahead of FAETU as they Jones scored two touchdowns anda got rolling again witha
16 9-0 Scheid, ripped Weapons in Intramural snuck by VP 45 18 14. two point conversion to lead 22 6 win over Aircraft -
Admin 7-2 Football action last Dave Tuscan scored one TD for the onslaught.Jim Maintenance. Jim Dorman got.'
Faetu 6-3 '" "week, 42 0. Scheid scored the winners, and Randy Whit Foster scored a touchdown his first points in two weeks as .
NARF 4-5 four touchdowns and four extra taker took in a pair of touch while Brian Connolly and Ken he bolted for a pair of touch ,-
VP-45. 3-5 points for a total of 28 points downs. Dick Beaudoin and Mike Winkle each has two point con- downs and two extra points. Otha
Weapons 3-6 and all but clinched the A Hayo scored VP 45 touch versions. Greene scored the lone Clark also scored a touchdownfor
Hospital 2-6 merican League scoring title. downs, and Clarence Dickersona Marine Barracks touchdown. winning VP r 30. Gail Mas-
VP-5 1-8 Terry Byrne and Bob Ray each two point conversion. terson accounted for A/C Main-
scored a touchdown, and Tom Action was limited in the National '200 CLUB'Fagan tenance's only touchdown.
National League" Fletcher accounted for two League with oI y"three SCORING LEADERS
V AP 62 8-0 points. games beingplayedonlastweek'sslate.
MARTD .8 1 Weapons didn't have a com- Gold 236 National League
VP 30 6 2NARTU pletely futile week however, Second place MARTD demolished Chivleatto, Eagles 229 TD PAT TP
5 4 as they nudged Hospital 12-0 cellar dwelling 679th Wright, Vapogees 225 Dorman, VP 30 '13 6 84
A/C MAINT 3-5 as Joe Golden scored both touch- 33 6, as six players contri Apollo, Mad Foxes 222 Badvaoonitz, 62 10 4., 64
Marine Barracks 2 7 downs for the winners. buted to the scoring attack. Jim Ashmore, Pin Benders 216 Franz, VAP ,- 62 5 18' 48
VW-4 1-7 Hospital also earned a split in French had a pair of touchdowns Potter, Gold 214 Barr, MARTD 7 5 47
679th 1-8 football action last week as they Bob Johnson, Joe Clingermanand Linsemayer, AOMD # 2 210 Johnson, MARTD 5 4 34
dropped hapless VP 5,16 0 Steve Lamb one each, and GomezPinsters 210
NARTUContinued Rich Runyon and Ed Evans both Dennis Mart scored a two-point- Fagan, Gold 210
scored touchdowns for victorious er following a TD, and Bob Barr Santos, Pinsters 208 American LeagueTD
Hospital, > and Ken Weise and booted another PAT. White Hats 206
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( from Page 12)) vat Reggy Jordan ,had two point NARTU went over the .50Cf Stewart, Kingpins 204 PAT TOP

Jax, in 1966, where he com- conversions. mark with a 24 6 blasting Hollweg, Pro's 203 Schiedj VP 16 14 8 92
pleted his twentieth year of active Ennis, Bearfcurners 203 D. Tuscan, Admin 7 2 44
duty. Bowling StandingsAmerican Steward, FIC CPO's 203 Byrne, VP16 7 2 44
Donofrio holds the Navy Good Johnston, Sparks 202 Fletcher, VP 16 5 6 36
Conduct Medal (two awards), League Continental League Alcoran, Uncles 201 Evans, Hospital 4 0 24
Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Datatechs 18-10 Pinbeivters 25-7
National Defense Medal (four a- Trainers 18-10 King Pins 24-8
wards), the Naval Reserve Medal, Caduceus # 3 18-10 Chokers 22-10
World War II Medal, Asiatic Pro's 17-11. Red Darters #2 22-10 BIG CHIEF
Campaign Medal, and the American Hunters 16-12 White Hats 21-11
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sary to gain honor as an outstanding .0111-. .
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