Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication! does not constitute an endorsement: of any military department of the products or services advertised.


Navy Exchange Personnel Help

Keep 'Beat' With $3,000Check

Jax-The COMFAIRJAX band struck an appropriate anthem for the Combined Federal Cam-
paign kick off ceremonies Monday as they opened the meeting with the driving sound of the "Beat
ka u r Goes On." The "Beat" they were talking about was the Fair Share Campaign and its rhythym of I
hope. This beat took form as the various speakers addressed the audience of commanding officers,
coordinators and keymen who will form the cadre for the campaign.The .

first speaker, following the
invocation delivered by ChaplinJ. One of these advantages was wake of a Camille; a furious act
H. Carnes, RAdm R. J. Stroh, that due to the unification of the of nature which, as it was pointedout
commander Fleet Air member groups under one ad- could very easily find its
Jacksonville and co chairmanfor ministrative fund raising mark in Jacksonville next time.
K the drive, began by telling the command there is less Finally one interesting an--
assembly that the goal this year duplication of effort, and less nouncement made during. the
was to be the highest ever and waste. This allows 93 cents out of meeting was the report that the
went on to explain the reasons for every dollar contributed to get to Air Corce 697th Radar Squadroncame
this increase. work helping those crippled by through with total par-
The reasons the admiral polio, in finding a cure for cancer ticipation in its drive, achieving
outlined were the present inflationary victims or bringing relief in the 108.5 percent of its objective.
trends of our economy
and the rising population rate
Heile To Take
that has produced heavier Capt.
responsibility to be shouldered by
the various agencies par-
ticipating in this charitable Helm at Rework FacilityJax
program. "I look to you to help
me" meet these needs, he
summed up and stressed the The Naval Air Rework Facility will have a new commanding
payroll deduction plan as "the officer tomorrow as Capt. Donald II. Heile relieves Cdr. L. I. Wood I
way to go." during a 10 a.m.change of command ceremony in Hangar 101 -VV.

At the conclusion of his speech, Capt. Heile reports here from
1 the Navy Exchange presentedAdm. the Naval Air Systems Command his initial visit to his facility in
Stroh with a $3,000check; Headquarters in Washington, D. ,Jacksonville when he attends the
CW02 Keith presents Check to Adm.troh. the contribution of over 400 '
C. where he served as Financial ceremony
civilian workers' who have done Management Division Director.
VAP62andVP7SlatedFor their part. Cdr. Wood will return to his Adm. Childers, from his staff
in Norfolk Va.,
headquarters ,
I Representing some of the many duties as NARF executive of
directs aircraft maintenance and
help organizations united in this ficer. He has been serving under material functions
DecommissioningThe drive, the other speakers, in- temporary additional duty ordersas to insure operational
cluding Mrs. Ruth Ferrari, Rod the facility skipper since necessary
readiness of naval aircraft in the
Navy has announced plansto of our older, slower, less capable Nicol and George M. Linville, July. Atlantic..fleet.
retire 22 ships and 11 aviation ships, and we are pressing aheadto spoke with the vitality of cheer RAdm. Kenan C. Childers, who In assuming duties as com
units in accordnance with make the Navy a more modern leaders as they continued to took over as Naval Air Systems manding officer of the facility
Defense Secretary Melvin and effective one, even if smallerin outline theneedsadvantages and Command RepresentativeAtlantic here, Capt. Heile will be in
of the Aug. 15, will be making
consequences campaign.
Laird's economy program. size. charge of Northeast Florida's
Among the air squadrons largest industrial operation. The
scheduled to be decommissionedare Inventory Computer System facility performs maintenance on
VAP 62 and VP .7 of NAS Navy attack type aircraft,
Jacksonville and VA 64 and VA engines and components for
106 of NAS Cecil Field. Mayport Dedicated at Supply DepartmentJax direct support of fleet aviation.
Naval Station will retire one
oiler, the USS Kaskaskia (AO ,
27)). How do you keep track of the record of quantity in inventory necessary to keep up with a
The proposed cutback will one quarter of a million items and provide cost information 250,000 item inventory has been A
result in a budget savings of worth one quarter of a billion for the accounting accomplished"
approximately $48 million in FY dollars? sections.
1970 and will affect 7,200 of the Top Navy officers and local Should the needed item not be RESPONSE TIME CUT
72,000 military personnel Involved civilian dignitaries got a first in stock,' the computers will
in the manpower hand look at how the Navy Supply initiate action to order the part. Although the computers will be kt
reduction program which was Department here keeps tabs on When stocks fall below a used for all supply requests, they Y
announced Monday. '.By the 250,000 different. items during a recommended level, the computers will have the particular ad-
Secretary of the Navy. At that, ribbon cutting ceremony will begin action to re vantage of cutting response timein
time 76 ships were named for yesterday at 11 a.m., dedicating a order needed items.REQUESTSTATUS. filling orders for priority _
retirement in the first increment newly installed inventory control items. Priority items are those
computer system. needed to keep aircraft in fying
of the cutback, affecting about
21600 NAS Jacksonville is the first of At the supply department here, status. Heile
the Navy's seven industrial air the computers will hold the entire Jacksonville provides supply Capt.
In a recent message, Secretaryof stations to convert to the com- records of 235,000 items, with a support for East Coast anti -
the Navy John H. Chafee said, puters, which will keep track of much greater total potential.If submarine aircraft the Navy's ID RequiredJax
"Althoughsome of these ships will thousands of aircraft parts for 50 needed, they'll also keep hurricane hunters, ships
be retired later in the year we are different types of places. information on 200,000 records, homeported at nearby Mayport Beginning Oct. 15,
making the announcement todayso providing supply people the exact Naval Station, and the Naval Air drivers of all, privately -
that personnel in those ships FAST WORK status of a particular request. Rework Facility which overhauls owned vehicles enteringthe
can be alerted at an early date so The computers will immediatelytell hundreds of Navy aircraft each Naval Air Station will
as to make plans for the futre. We Utilizing IBM 360s, the computers whether a request has been year. In all, the local supply be required to show a valid
fully realize that these inac- will be linked to remote filled, whether it is pending, department supports and military type iden-
tivations cause turmoil and terminals for communication.The waiting the arrival of the maintains information on some tification card. In case the
stress on the part of individualsand central computers receive needed part, or whether the itemis 4,000 units. driver does not hold an
on fleet planning, however requests for parts from the on the way to the requesting identification card a
our decision is to weed out some terminals installed in offices and agency. ADMIRALS: ATTEND passenger will be requiredto

............ .. .... ... .. warehouses nearby, as well as Jack Cohoon, a supervisor Ranking Navy officers taking present one. The person
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::;::::::::::: I Inside. :.......'...:..:. from mechanics working on within the station's Data part in the dedication ceremony holding the identificationwill
aircraft on the flight line. Processing Department, ex- included VAdm. Robert L. then be responsible for
Classified Page 9 Immediately, computers will plained, "Within 15 minutes aftera Townsend commander Naval air the person or persons in the
report whether the needed item is part has been ordered a man Force U. S. Atlantic Fleet with vehicle and their actions
Sports Page 15 & 16 in stock. Simultaneously, they can be on the way back to his,. headquarters in Norfolk Va.. and and conduct aboard the
will provide the exact location of organization with the item. In the RAdm. Robert J. Stroh. com- base.
'U Pick urn' Page 16 the item in the warehouse, update interim all the paper work mander Fleet Air Jacksonville.


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September 25, 1969

Are You a Sucker? 1{=, :

Back in 1789 and again in 1792 the Federalist party put IPPIIIfi! ROMAN CATHOLIC

up a candidate for. President. He was George M. Edwards Chapel:

Washington, and he had no opposition in either election.

The popular vote in those days is unknown but the SUNDAY( h1r1'r &. JJ J j.rn.
Electoral College gave Washington 69 and 132 votes. a.m.
Gmfc.-Mon) ) : ; .* will be held on
The first Presidential election in which there was ti, + Sunday at 8yo: ) &. .lo::',n a.m.
opposition was in 1796 when John Adams, a Federalist, 3 (ln'tead: of> Saturday.U. .

defeated Thomas Jefferson, a Democrat Republican, 71 14/
to 63. f j S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
.St. Luke's hapcl;
It wasn't until 1824 that a popular vote record was

kept. The county was 105,000 for John Quincy Adams : SUNDAY MASS3:00 a.m.
and 155,000 for Andrew Jackson. (And because neither P\ PROTESTANT WORSIUP

candidate received a majority, Adams was elected by SERVICES10:00 a.m.

the House of Representatives).
In 1968 than 72 million votes
more popular were
i Saints' Chapel
counted. i ( ii .
Voting interest has broadened. Some persons mail ?
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home ballots from half way around the world. A few i: SUNDAY :'
Church School v -9:00: a.m.
states permit 18 year olds to vote. I Bids. 11/ 722 .

Junior Church -10:00 .mJ

nidR. ? 722 ,'" ,:
Divine Worship Service 10
"',..,. 't" a.m. Bids?. II/ 750 :
/,". '. 20TH BIRTHDAY -. The Fleet Reserve Branch and, Episcopal! Communion\ 8'iOj.m. : ::
4t\ <#'' 't. Unit 126 celebrated its 20th birthday anniversary :
: '
: Saturday with cake cutting ceremony and dance. Musicat Small Chapel Oldn J .J 7o:)() ,

the dance was furnished by Bob Hunter and the Junior I31cl*.Youth I'V; 722 rcllow.ship/ip.m.' / ;:..'

Country Roamers. The cake cutting honors are sharedby TUESDAY

Unit President, Liz Attebury and Branch President, Senior choir Rchearsal-7p.m.v
0 v0 jr Ben Northen. nldg. 750 .

Christian; Science Service : .
-- 8 p.l11. UIJR.'I I 1.J '/ 750

Jax Jaw Box S1'NDAYEvening Worship:; C p.m.
Bid H 750 '
The interest factor is of paramount importance. If TUESDAY*

eligible persons do not have enough interest in candidates Pentecostal rellowship--7p.m.

and elections to vote then those eligible Bid*. ''i 722
"Do you think the recreational facilities aboard this base are
delinquents have flimsy grounds upon which to launch a

complaint about activities of office holders, or the stateof adequate? If not, why?" .. _
affairs in general. I
} AKAN Keith E. Arnold,
Several states are holding off year elections this fall. ". ComFairJax Supply. "I think the TrafficViolations
The well being of the citizens in those states should be facilities aboard this base are

considered by every voter, whether that voter be at : adequate enough. This is best
: varietyoffactivities
illustrated by the wide
home stationed
or 'overseas. from movies to "
Good citizenship makes voting an obligation. It also 'fs swimming, offered." \

a privilege. The word "privilege" should be given full Sgt. Daniel C. Connelly, The following is a report of
consideration that privilege can be lost under certain MARTD. "I like the club motor vehicle accidents and

conditions.Also Arnold facilities aboard this base." Connelly traffic violations for the period

SD3 Cabili V. Austria, BOQ VP Sept. 9 through Sept. 15. '
that privlege is something that millions of people .
16. "Movie building at NAS
around the world are denied. They do not have the rightto 4 needs to be up to better stan- Number of Accidents

vote for their leaders. And many who do have such a dards, but the movies them- This week10
selves, in general,are excellent."
"right" are denied honest elections. Total accidents this year

Americans have the right to vote and it should be DKl Davad R. Waller Navy through Sept. 15 400.

looked upon as one of the most precious rights Finance Office. "Yes, I think all Number of accidents through
facilities are excellent. Better Sept. 1968.287.
Americans have ever known.Management .
I than any other base I have been Total number of days since last
i ; to." injury in a motor vehicle accident
Association MeetsJax -110.
Austria DK2 Charles D. (Hike Navy Waller
Finance Office. "I feel that all
Number of Violations
"What makes people puterization makes people feel equipment and everything with a.
work" was the subject of a like the cards that read: "Do not the recreational facilities have Ra week
speech given Thursday by Mr. fold, staple or mutilate." been very good." This 44
Roderick Nicol, general solicitor He told the Associationfor II Speeding 7
the Seaboard Coast Line, to members that as manager, it is AEC R. J. Stricherz Instructor, Reckless Driving 3 ,
members of the Armed Forces their responsibility to instill NATTC. "No. Should have more Going through stop sign 3
Management Association during motivation in their workers. He boating services, such as gas Other violations 31
a meeting at the Officers' Club feels that people will work if they available at the pier. Fishing bait 1
here. have (Da) sense of security; and '" is rather poor in quality also." Seventeen drivers appeared .
Mr. Nicol said that today we ((2)) a sense of communication in r/: SA Darlene Sammons, > -. "It before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
live in a period when it is difficult the job they hold. Cleaner. "You should Compartment .... Sept. 18. Disposition of the
to get people to work. He added The next meeting date will be Hike have some facilities for sky Stricherz cases included the following four
that living in an age of com announced at a later time. diving.The club facilities are bad lost driving and parking
because they don't have very privileges aboard station for
good bands and a small floor various periods 12 were assignedto
space." complete an eight hour coursein

J AX AI Ft NEWSThe Lt (jg) Jon N. Dalton, Athletic received remedial suspensions driving, three, were four

5>5 Officer VP 45 "Facilities are given warnings, five were
adequate, but I can think of two j dismissed, 12 were fined (U. S.
areas that need improvement: 1.
J JAN AIR NEWS is a fi-ilian/ enterprise Newspaper distributed Scheduling of gymnasium events q Commissioner) ; and two
each llmrsday" at the (U. S. NOlalir Station; Jacksonville during lunch periods. 2. The ; referred to commanding officersfor

Florida, by (the Holt Publishing i Company' a pncnlc Sammons dangerous condition of the Dalton possible disciplinary action.
firm. AM Copy' submitted for use in the JAN AIH Nl EWS in,,M r football fields. Nine drivers were assessed 29
traffir nninfc:
he forwarded' to the Public Affairs Office |lox 2, NAN Jacksonville | -

bv 12:00:( () noon on Monday before publication. News Jax Affected By C utBk 1Jax I
items arc welcomed from all sources/ telephone 772 J HIS(
or II 1'1.) With the enforcement of out program, men whose time is to
complete their tours.It .
the Navy's 10 percent cutback in November

Adrcrtfscrncnts arc solicited( l hy (lie/, publisher and/ <|iicriesconcerning of manpower, NAS will suffer a loss January up can leave, December in October.or its force is expected, the Navy that will by trimming be better

such should', / be directed to: approximately 200 personnelThe Those scheduled out in February able
proposed cutback will or March concentrate on providing
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY provide early separations for November can or depart in more and better educational and
4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville Fla. 32210 about 8,000 officers and 67,000enlisted respectively. December, training opportunities for the
Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 men. The Navy is This policy will 700,000 personnel who remain.The .
seeking out the least career WAVES, for as not affect Chief of Naval. Operations
VOL. 27 27 SEPTEMBER 25, 1969 motivated among its men to out in Capt. Rita emphasized that "the Navy's
NO. JffwISKMi1 a letter to
receive the early outs. Under the asset" is its well
they are not
general (three months) early to the draft and subject qualified, career motivated
presumably want personnel.

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.On the St. Johns River }}}; LL S4 BAHAMAS BOUND... Bill Burkett, erstwhile editor of the AFTERBURNER.He'll .
at Orange Park }'
(;\\ ,} be writing features about all the islands, working out of Nassau. Even
Phone 264-6070 Florida winter won't get a crack at his thin blood this year. The fishing, pigeon-
shooting and girl-watching is said to be 'formidable', and the salary is tax free.
Envious swains can reach him care of Etienne Dupuch, Jr. Publications,
Nassau. (No ticking packages, please.)

SKYWAY TAVERN When The Love Bug Bites,

r I Do You Know Were To Scratch?
At least that's the word a local burner then got hold of an ento-
By William R. Burkett, Jr.
newspaper gathered last year moligist of its own via James
When the love bug bites, do from a University of Florida enE.. McDonald of the Public Works
Wednesday you know where to scratch? tomologist. An antomoligist is a Office.
Try your imagination. zoologist who specializes in in"They're normally called
Love bugs can't bite. sects. March flies," McDonald relayed.
LADIES NIGHT They don't have any jaws. Not to be outdone, the AfterContinued( on Page 10))

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. September 25, 1969

I From CinCLantFItAdm. I For Your I Information I

E. P. Holmes, commander in chief, U. S. Atlantic They will be rotatedto gree Completion Program (AD-
Fleet, recently issued the following message concerning the cutbackin Officer NewsThe officers.the new duty, and the billets COP).

Naval ships and manpower: Navy has published two assigned will be such that an Tn order to be eligible for

"Recent actions requiring the retirement of certain ships and new notices that should be of unrestricted line designator Is ADCOP you must be a P02 or
the termination of the service of specified personnel will presentthe special Interest to officers.A mandatory. above in the regular Navy withat
Fleet with problems and short term difficulties. I would like notice concerning a possible least one regular enlistmentand
everyone In the Fleet to understand these actions and to keep themin change of jobs for certain officers DefermentUnder at least five years of con
proper perspective. is BUPERSNOTE 1120 of tinuous service completed. A high
Aug. 19 which heralds the Aug. the recently expanded school diploma of GED equiv-
"First, there will be fewer ships and units in the Fleet. This
fact will require numerous adjustments in operating schedules, 1, 1969 reestablishment of the family deferment policy, writ-Navy alency certificate or diploma is
manning practices, and personal plans. These should settle out within 1C37 TAR Intelligence Program personnel may, upon their indefinite also required.
the future with designed to support the Reserve ten request, receive
relatively near everyeffort being devoted to minimize Intelligence Program and regular deferment from serving in Viet- The ADCOP selection board
or hardship.
designated will meet in early spring and
fleet, field and shore intelligence nam or other currently
"Second, while the above are going on its is necessary that essential units. hostile fire zones if another personnel selected will be noti-
commitments be fulfilled and that readiness be maintained. Officers eligible for this pro- member of the family has fied by letter, shortly after the
These are tasks to be fulfilled by the ships, units and personnelnot gram, those who formerly servedas been killed while serving in such ,board finishes its proceedings.Prior .
affected by the changes in strength mentioned above. 1637 officers, officers who areas. to transfer to junior college -
are presently qualified in intelligence Prior to this expansion, the an ADCOP selectee must
"The Fleet has a profound responsibility in National security and are designated 1357's deferment period was 12months. reenlist or extend his enlistmentto
which takes place over all other temporary considerations. By and 1635 officers eligible under Personnel restricted from have at least six years of
staying aware of this fact and dedicating ourselves foremost to SUPERS Manual, Article C serving in Vitenam will be iden- obligated service from Sept. 1
maintaining our capability will assist in understanding the ad 1104B, are urged to apply by tified by a limited duty classi- or' Feb. 1, depending upon the
justment which lie just ahead.. letter to the Chief of Naval Per- fication designator (L-V). This class convening date:

"Lastly, in looking to the longer term,we are assured of the placeof sonnel (Pers-B1405)) as soon as designation will preclude the re- For further details contact
the Navy In National defense because of the unique capabilitiesof possible. The boards will make enlistment or extension of such your Educational Services Office -
sea based forces. These are needed for reasons of naval combatin their selections on a quarterly personnel unless authorized by. Ext. 2596.)
themselves and, in addition, for reasons of assisting our sister basis. the Chief of Naval Personnel.The
services to bring their forces fully to bear. Finally, in an effort to stream- family deferment policy
line the Navy's administrativearm for concurrent family services in
the Chief of Naval Personnel Vietnam is that two membersof ADS
"Despite the tremendous technological progress that has been -
made in transportation and weapons system in this country, free use BUPERSNOTE 5520 of Aug. the same family, upon the make yourshopping
of the seas continues to be essential to the security of our nation 15 has called for the eliminationof written request of one of them, easier
the practice of providing security will not serve in Vietnam at
whether we are forced to fight to defend ourselves or to help defendour
investigative data throughuse the time. However, they
allies. allies same
Today our. overseas depend upon our support
which must come by sea. There is no valid plan for overseas military of a stamped endorsementon may serve with one in Vietnamand
advance copies of officers' the other hostile fire zone, SPACIOUS PEACEFULMARSHALL
operations that does not depend on our free use of the seas.
orders furnished to prospective at the same time. ACRES
"My point in this discussion is to have each of you understandthat recipient commands.This 9359 103rd Street
the Atlantic Fleet will remain orderly, organized and capable.We procedure, now consid- Tax Course Jacksonville's newest &
are looking ahead to receiving new units, having new capabilities ered out of date, will be replacedin most modern mobile home
and renewed strength. favor of recording this same community is now open for
data on the Officer Distribution Remember last April when you your Inspection. Large 44 x
"This is the goal for us to keep in our sights. This is the futureIn Control Report. The necessary were ready to scream for helpin 75' lots.
which we may have faith, Knowing this, the interim problemsof information will be displayed in filling out your income tax ONLY $35 PER MO.
adjustment can be solved more easily and effectively. the top portion of the "Qual forms? Swimming pool, tennis court,
"Carry with this purpose." Date"block for each officer on Well, next year could be dif- shuffleboard court, B B Q
the ODCR, including officers ordered ferent if take
you are willing to pit picnic built for your en'joyment.
to report. A 3-position advantage of a 60-hour course Act Today I Call:
/sE.. P. Homes, Adm., USN alpha-numeric code will be. usedin being offered by a nationally EL VERANO MOTOR COURTMr.
CINCLANTFLT this procedure: N will repre- known income tax agency. F. S. Martin, Manager
sent an NAC, B stands for BI, The firm will conduct the prep-
and the year will be marked by aration course beginning Monday. 359 2924
its last two digits. An example Classes will be held twice a For Full Detail
'MARINA BODY would read, N69, indicating that week, Mondays and Wednesdays.
|<387-4669 SHOP an NAC had been completed during 6 to 9 p.m. in Bldg. 600.
1 389-4659 1969. Open to military personnelandtheir

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line.Through two installments of $15 or in a
(postgraduate educa- lump sum by the end of the 66 MUSTANG

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from the restricted line the R&H.
needs. to who are interested in obtaining 4-Uoor
NO ENDORSERS REQUIRED-You may borrow on your unrestricted line 1 may do so with an associate degree froman 64 FORD Fairlane. .$695
the endorsement and recommendation A/T, Brand new tires,
signature alone, or on such security as your, furniture or of their commanding do so through junior the Associate college may De- Like NEW!

your car. 63 IMPALA. . $544
GET MONEY YOU NEED-Borrow the amount YOU need Convertible, A/T,
$25, $75, $100, $200, up to $600. Consolidate your R&II, PS, PB,
bills, pay doctor or dentist, provide help in emergenciesor MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll New tires.
for other 61 FORD. . $288
any purpose.
RanksAll A/T, PS, R&H,
MONTHLY PAYMENTS-Use our Budget Payment Plan Good tires.

payments are the same amount each month and are 62 DODGE YzTon.' $488
designed to fit your budget. RATES PICK-UP Heater, Good

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sonal business deal just between us. Your friends, em-
ployer and relatives will not know of your loan. Phone EASY MONTHLY, :

from the privacy of your home.

QUICK ACTION-Phone us first. After your loan has been PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL BENSON

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September 25, 1969 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pale 5


I NATTC: Behind The SceneBy : j .4 .{ .I,

SN Pat Williams :
NATTC Jax -- NATTC has a has received several vanced to 11M2. ;
new Serviceman of the Quarter. other awards, the Republic of There are five new third classes -
lIe is AE1 George A. Ouam Jr., Vietnam Campaign\ Medal, Viet- all arc AO"A" school stu-
an instructor at AE"A" School, nam Service Medal and Good dents. They are A03 JT? Am- ,,,iNaar..rwAiw r.rald.R
Phase VI. Quam was presenteda Conduct Medal, second award. adio, A03 F.E. Fry, A03 R.M. 3

plaque and a letter of com- Me was born in Roanoke, Va., VanSaggern, AOJ1: A.A. Richer, ,yyj/gyNINpd "MNNR1MAf
mendation by Capt. John E. Ken- and married his wife, Lynn, in and A03 R.A. Sweeney.
nedy, NATTC commanding of 1064.
fleer, Sept. 1C. AdvancedThis Navy AchievementIn
The letter stated that he received -
the honor "based on ex- was a week of awards
cpetionally fine performance of and advancements for NATTC. the awards section FredA.
duty as an instructor and for Seventeen were advanced with Drajna, an instructor at
outstanding achievement as Class certificates from Capt. John E. AE"A" School Is receiving the
Advisor for AE"A" School,Class Kennedy. Navy Achievement Medal.
008." lIe led Class 908 to Honor ,
Class five consecutive weeks, a NATTC has eight new CPOs: lIe was recommended for it
record for AE School. AES R.ll. Buckner, AEC A.B. as a result of his performance
Quam reported to NATTC as Johnson, AEC RJ. Stricherz, of duties during the period from FIRST CLASS REENLISTS -- AWl Donald Steele
AEC W.W. Nicholson, AOC B.C. November 1965! to April 1966,
an instructor in February 1969, signs the papers obligating himself for an additionalfour
Davis, AOC C.R. Garrison, AOC while he was serving with VF-51
from the USS Hawk after
Kitty of naval service. Steele is
aboard USS years an eight -
attending instructor'.s in D.P. Kirby and AOC R.E.Talley. Ticonderoga,
Memphis. school which saw action off the coast of year veteran of the Navy presently on VP 16's 'Crew 11.

Prior to coming into the Navyin Those making petty officer Vietnam.
first class were AOl J.W.Doran,
August 1965, Quam was an Djajna and his wife, Sandra,
A01 D.M. Siruta and BT1 D.L.
eight-year veteran of the Air have two children, Andrew and MarineBarracksPresentAwards
Force. Thurston, K.E. Tobinsonwasad- TLwt--t.

IL __ ..__.
x I E
and PromotionsMedals

and promotions were T.L. Shelton, R.L. Vaughn, W.W.
presented to 23 Marines here Woodard, J.M. Hebron and R. W.
yesterday at awards ceremony McClinton.
conducted by Maj. B.A. Greene, Three men were promoted to
commanding officer of the Marine lance corporal: E.R. Hutzler,
Barracks.The C. McCormick and TJ. Con,

title of Marine of the Month Cpl. R.G. Brownson was also
promoted to his present rate.
was bestowed on Cpl. E.L.Lewisof
the Marine Barracks Division.
Receiving the Purple lleart Medal
was Cpl. Paul Boners. Sgt. D.R.

'!lTit.A/ Reed was promoted to his pres- NAVY
t- i ent rank and reenlisted for six
/ years. WIVES!

I V : Good Conduct Medals were,awarded We need you....
j- ;t to Sgt. T.L. Wilkerson, If you are an experienced:
,,; Sgt. P.S. Roberts,Sgt.B.D. Feld-
..' berg, Sgt. R.W. Lipinsky and Cpl. TYPIST STENO
P.S. Jones.
t 'flf The ceremony brought pro- 10-KEY ADDING

l, motions to the following new Va- MACHINE OPERATOR
II' rine sergeants: Nathaniel Mc-
Williams, M.L. Bradley, J. M. OPERATOR
Campbell, R.L. Crapse, P. E. ACCOUNTING CLERK

Joyce, E.L. LewisH.W.Morgan,
For HI\ Pay with NO fee
Capt. Kennedy with AEI I Quam Callempo

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shopping aaa and address: Illustration Is prlated la alent
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Slated for January

Wage Survey Group Meets/ HereJax I

the analyzing the wage resent the management of the
-- Policies and proceduresto ing survey
be followed in conducting a data and issuing a new scheduleof local Rework Facility, and a
which will apply to all third member will be named to
full scale wage survey in the wages
Jacksonville area next Januarywere federal agencies in the wage area represent the Naval Air Lodge
a9 will 1630, International Associationof
0 discussed during a meeting which have employees who
here Tuesday.The come under the new Coordinate Machinists and Aerospace
upcoming survey will be Federal Wage System. Workers.
held prior to the implementationof NAS Jax has been designatedhost
Future announcements will be
the Coordinated Federal Wage installation for survey activities -
System. and Dominic Worsowicz, made in advance of committee
Department of Defense has Civilian Personnel Department, meetings dt which employees and
been designated the government'slead has been named chairman of the employees' groups may present
agency for the survey. It local survey committee. J. J. their recommendations to the
will be responsible for conduct- Shapiro has been selected rep committee for consideration.

Promotions Open for Civil ServiceJax .

-- Merit promotionopportunities tenance Clerk GS-4, 82-69 Plan- Applications for the following
currently open for receipt ner & Estimator (Public Works jobs will be accepted from people -
of applications are listed Structures), 83-69 A/C 'Instrument from the same organizationsas
below. Mechanic, 84-69 A/C Instrument above, however, the first cut-
Applications will be accepted Worker, 85-69 A/C E- off date for establishing regis-
RETIRES Vane C.. Hendricks (r) received a from career or career condi- lectrician, 86-69 Clerk (Stenographer ters follows the position.
retirement watch at NARF Sept. 12 after 22 with GS-4 and GS-4, 97-69
years tional employees of the air station ) MPB No. 133-69 Stockman ((9-
the facility. L. LaGrande made the presentation to the Rework Facility, Naval Air Clerk (Typist) GS-2 thru 4, 88- 29-69),135-69) Supervisory Gen-
Reserve Training Unit, Fleet Air 69 Electronics Mechanic (A/C
retiring worker. eral Engineer((9-30-69)),and 136-
Jacksonville, Fleet Aviation Systems), 89-69 Electronics Me- 69 Data Communications Equip-
chanic Maintenance), 90-69 Machinist -
Electronics Training Unit Det. ( ment Operator GS-4 ((92969.The .
Jax, Naval Hospital, Commis- 91-69 A/C Electrical
ADS sary Stores, Navy Recruiting, Worker. 92-69 Planner & Esti- next group of mobs is opento
Disease Vector Control.Regional mator (Public Works Electrical
who have
career or
make your shopping easierSlum's Storage Management Office, De- Systems), and 93-69 Industrial career persons conditional appointmentsin
f nse Surplus Sales and Fleet Tractor Operator. federal service in all agencies
Weather Facility at any time: Also 94-69 Apprentice (First nationwide.
MPB No. 79-69 Electronics Year), 96-69 Statistical Assistant -
Mechanic, 80-69 A/C Electronics GS-5,9'7-69 Accounting Tech
MPB No. 127-69 Physical Sci-
Worker, 81-69 Accounts Main nician GS-4, 101-69 A/C Metal-
GS-8 with first
ence Technician)
smith 102-69 Automotive Me-
.. what closing date of Oct. 6, and 134-
::.. chanic (Body & Fender), 103-69 69 Cost Accountant GS-5, 7 and
Clerk Dictating Machine Trans-
9, with an Oct. 15 closing date.
criber GS-4, 104-69 Supervisory
it takes. SWAP MEET Supply Technician GS-8, 105-69 Application forms 171 for all
Secretary (Steno) GS-5, 107-69 positions should be filed with Civilian -
FLEA MARKET Card Punch Operator GS-2 and 3, Personnel Department, Box
and 108-69 Messenger' GS-2 and 22,NAS Jax. Further information
See her for 3. ,regarding these positions is a-
: a .. Also, 110-69 Production Con- vailable in copies of,bulletins
I troller GS-7, 111-69 Planner &
or announcements or at
Sell Buy Estimator (Sheetmetal Worker), 2320.
I1 Leave Loan. __ / 111II1I.IHIIII.IIIIIIIIIII...... 112-69 Electric Accounting Ma-
chine Operator GS-3, 113-69 Digital -
TABLES FURNISHED Computer System Admin-

$300 or more.Shari's istrator GS-11, 114-69 Pipe -
coverer and Insulator, 115-69
OPEN EVERY Plasterer, 117-69 Sheetmetal
the gal to call for extra cash at SATURDAY & SUNDAY Worker, 118-69 Refrigerationand F uc 'NoN
Aetna. If you've got a leave coming up 9 AM 6 PM Air Conditioning Mechanic,
soon. or for any money matters, she'll 119-69 Military Personnel Clerk

take care of you with $300 to tide you 2600 BLOCK OF GS-4, 121-69BoUerTeooer,112-
over, or more if you need it. Keep it EDGEWOOD AVE. NORTHAT 69 Plumber, 124-69 Assistant
for a week, two weeks, a month or longer 20TH STREET Meat Cutter, 125-69 Laborer
if you need it. You can repay in full Cleaner, 126-69 Mess Attendant,
at any time and save future charges.'rAETNA 128-69 Secretary (Stenography)
For Information Call GS-4,129-69 Aircraft Instrument
768-7058 or 781-9886 Mechanic (Electronic), 130-69
Automotive Equipment Serviceman -
131-69 Clerk, GS-301, 2,
and 3, and 132-69 Computer Op-
erator GS5.Premium .

FINANCE High Performance

I UsedVW's 1i
M.. TIRE CO. ReasonableSTATE 1I



164 ENGLISH./$490 I

When money matters ester C..f,1 F-70 or $ 24955236 I FORD, Clean

F-llx; |14 163 VW Sedan. . $490

Aetna's got what it takes WELCOME HERE EASY, EASY TERMS VW Sedan./$440
M.1111 II Mf-INIMMNIN/MNINNN/IIINNNNNNIN, ? 162 VW Bus. . $390 1
160 FALCON.$240
We finance anyone from Seaman to Admiral 'I 2-Door StickII 1

THREE LOCATIONS: ....even 52 PONTIAC. . $240
:......,. __........""__"._......---.11"-----Civilians] $ I Sedan, Air, Clean. I
Hemming Park Building WE ALLDepartment I rrrrrrrrrr
46 W. Duval Phone 355-7543 I II
Stores, Company Stores and Independent Tire Dealers We Ray-Sell-Finance
: i.- 5551 Normandy- Phone 786-0191 I

;. 8006 tern Turner Road Phone 768-0501 I 6015 BLANDING BLVD 771-3442 6566 Normandy::
(Across from the House of Bargains :

LOANS FROM $50 TO $600 2809 5444 Mayport Normandy Road Blvd. 786-0721 I Boulevard I

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ERNIE GROSE It Ih4r j'.. ffouw*! .
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Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. ;j : INDUSTRIAL PARK
____HOME OFFICE: BioomlnKton, Illinois 3619. \. \ Blonding.... A -. Blvd.>.\ \ Ph. 7710170< HI-WAY 16. GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLA. 32043OBJECTIVE
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Seven Days A Week"MILITARY !::: r.A".k: '..1N'. :':. N 1
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L PH. 771-5636 PH. 359-2106 i p j 03e7 *O3c e1 *

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OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION I" -,: /- -rf f.VV'i 771'. 8781 : :

[Need.. Yovr Car taptcted. ?] I Standard S.rvlc* t I" >A' .. i 99F7rSfl9

lED GREENE'S GARAGE II 1O3r&I1ad eCsplat.Ats :: fIfRIIN: \) SEPT. 22, 1969/

Four Miles South of NAS Highway 17 Orange Park I: leptks NO MINIMUM AMOUNli REQUIRED TO INVEST
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors t1 1f I Call Or Write/ :
Open OtfOO-1800 Monday hru Friday ij : :. S STANIAN AMERICAN SHAREHOLDER'S, INC.
I 01
S t oyowar I PHONE: 388-7777 & 388-7004

tmi@ tt Jw. "'?tl $: ':;: ft:=$ .m W;$ :' &!!fl: W: ... : W m "m$ *$:ml$ t m:
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103rd STREET FISH MARK janu. EIt
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raurina Specially Pup area 741 $, ,
:: 1 *ttne Ave
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crab 6524 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville Fla. 32210 i. 75 13037
Over 150 New 4 Used Mo611e tomes
567 103rd St 0981 Phone 388-7777 & 388-7004
s t; to choose from

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Join the INN crowd at.. _. ,. fi :*

PeLft Q h Inn A J RUDY' F I' makmill'sNUISEIY

DneNN/ or Carry Out
4420 Standing Blvd. _: FOREVER FJNE FOOD 7"- :i Specializing In Personal Care
772-8000 J, OPEN 24 nouns i Infants, Pre-School-' After School' Care,
(All Ages)
7259566Open :v{.SANDWICHES' .. :PREPARED, :.TO-'.YOUR'::SATlSFACTtOJf.. ,,W, I Hour, day, night or weekly rates
'til Fri.-Sat. 12 Sun. thru Thurs.: :;:f:::::':N::::f.i;:=*' ';A:::;BREAKFAST AT! :AflY ROW:)ii:::::'':::,::':<:::f..f.i:::::::-':.;,<:::':' :i
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t i120iiscitiTH.n'AH{ ... 'M&tQEttytWf::781-9833:?:
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(Under New Management)
7 &! We Wire/ Flowers I '.: :
4 ; PHONES: 771-3770 4 .,..,..
771-3838 '
t :: SATURDAYS -: 10 PM.
( 4i 5329 Wesconnet BIyd. I i
,. i. Halfway Between Cecil & NAS .; LM1tE.DeC5 :.
.,......,j"m.'w'W.w.: .;.'..:ti.'W .m: < $ J) = 1mt t' ::: : : .. .. !, -m
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September 25, 1969

-1I Avoid Shipping Panic and Mix-Up:

I Visit Your Transportation OfficeEditor's

( Note: In a continuing less than the cost of the ship-

effort to keep the many area ment. Separate LoadsIf
and women who are
military men
1 1r' who have you have to make several
orders or
: I expecting
shipments, do not attempt to
1j the Supply Department
j orders schedule the pickups too close
tips to
i offers the together. If the schedule should
the move easier.)
slip you will have two different
There are ways to
Jax u mis- carriers in the house at the
r avoid last-minute panic and same time. Result? Chaos!

r directed household or mixed-up goods. First shipmentsof and Do not do your own packing.The .
movers are not liable for
}'... most important visit your trans-
jICLk 'r office. You should know any damage to items packed by
portation several the owner. You should, however,
where are
you attempt to arrange your dishes,
ahead of time, so
weeks clothes, linens pits and pans, in
Markings Help such a fashion that all articlesin
this chest of drawers are for
JW Clearly mark those Items not .
this shipment.
to' be shipped. If yours is a
p A tacked
note or taped to
move, all you need to mark are
cabinets chests
your saying
intend to
those items you
"to be "do touch"
which packed" or not
yourself and those items
will assure a smoother packing
to the house. ,If you are
SKYHAWK FEATUREDCharles E. Field, NARF Shops superintendent, and belong going overseas, you probably will day. If at all possible, try to

Cdr. L. I. NARF officer of A4 Skyhawk, reserve one room of the house
Wood commanding accept a painting an have to separate your shipmentsinto
an aircraft on which much of the work of NARF is done, from Robert Houston, several lots hand-carried for Items you do not want ship-

local of McDonnel Aircraft. The will hang in baggage, hold baggage, house ped.The
representative Douglas painting hold goods for overseas, CONUS packers will be in. every
the executive conference room. and the like. room at the same time. If you
Advance separation and proper are prepared you should be freeto
Costly circulate through the houseto
marking are Important.
OVERSEAS mistakes can be avoided by pre- spot check the progress. Nor-
planning. mally the packer for your glass-

I c FREEMAN'S Lock up your valuables or ware and dishes is the most
take them with you. experienced of the crew and
Don't forget those items you dill be your contact for any

2' )kud-O4 don't want packed such as pass- complaints.

ports shot records orders, Identify Boxes
1 travelers checks or those clothes
SA IN Packers are required to mark
KINGSLEY AND MOUND ST. you intend to take with you.
every carton with a general description -
ORANGE PARK, FLORIDA No Flammables of the contents. Don't

SUMMER You cannot supervise your expect a packing list but such
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE the descriptions as "Master Bed -
children and the movers at
Mon.-Fri.play from 10 AM 6 PM for $1 I IKid's
Direct from factory to you same time. Provide for the care room Linen" or"Hats"or"Pots
Day Sat. 10 AM til 2 PM 50* Compare: Quality of the children. and Pans" will expedite the unpacking -

Reg. Hrs. 10-11 Sun. I-II 1 1 Price Packers are not allowed to on the other end and

Special Rates for Groups & Parties Cash & Carry pack flammable items, such as help you to identify the contentsof
PHONE: 264-5801 I Corner Roosevelt & St. JohnsCan cigarette lighters containing missing cartons.

you afford not to compare? flints or fuel, ammunition, alcohol Silver when placed in storage,
BBOBBOMOQO (including alcoholic bever- must be protected tissue paperto

ages), fuel or spray cans of combustible prevent tarnishing and you may
liquids. Such items packed insist that all silver be so wrap-
., .. I
entire ped. "
by you endanger your

NEW SA VINGS PROGRAM... '_ shipment and both you and the Lampshades also need special
... ,, .,. ,. ... ,' In violation of the protection. They are to be wrapped -
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I' law --so plan ahead. and placed two or more ina
"" ,
't.;)..',..,.., Use paper plates and cups for carton with no other items.
I,. the last dinner and breakfast to Dishes and glasses are packedby
i"; avoid last-minute washing and several methods, the most

1 ;., packing. common being the clean or cell

.'. ,': ', Perishable food cannot be ship- pack.
ped. Bottles of catsup oil, jam,
.,. etc., can break and ruin more
\ : ... .... ,
valuable goods. You may ship ;,.;-,,":\,
: staple foods but will it pay 'W't' \'''''
If your shipment is overweightyou
.'. will pay 15 to 35 cents per
pound for those items and you

... can probably buy them later for SAVE MONEY REGULARLY
percent ;.ri rm r-

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1969 SEPTEMBER 1969

S M T W T F S "
1 2 3 4 5 6 :' ,: Sheratonon
7 8 910111213 ;,

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21 22 23 24 25 26 27 i-:- t."
2 !9@a '-," '

Qo r '.' ., .ti. weekends.


.' 'J any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn

in the Continental U.S.* at 1/2 the regular

\ rate on Friday Saturday and

to be in
need is
CERTIFICATES OF INVESTMENT AT. . Next time you get a weekend pass

., unwind in style at Sheraton.

Reservatlons are accepted on a

"Standby Basis"only and are subject

to space availability at time of check-in.

Offer does not apply to the St. Regis-

Sheraton In New York Clly.
HAS JAX-Bldg. 39 !
Ttl. 384.1391 or Bat Ext. 2431 JAX / ( FEDERAL yr S

Hours: Mon.>Frl. 9:30.4:30: .. ...
; _
:: = ::' ""' -
m. .t >/ :::
HAS CECIL fIEID-Bldg. 26 -

Tel. 77I-32II. Ext. 2I5 75iibi Sheraton-JadtsonvffleHotel
Hours: Mon.-Frl. 8:30.3:00: :

I September 25, 1969 I
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Sunday, September 28
I CALL: 388 27SS
drama starring Yul Brynner and

JAX AIR NEWS r' Ads should be mailed not later than ScheduleMovies Robert Mitchum. M ((125 mins).

NAS Jacksonville Tuesday for publication the followingS HOSPITAL: "FINAN'S RAIN-

\ Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this BOW"
AFTERBURNER : will be shown nightlyat
deadline will be published the following week the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. Monday, September 29 .
. Field unless the publisher is instructed otherwise. There will also be a kiddie mat-

r I A check or money order for the full I cost of the inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a NAS: "DADDY'S GONE AHUNTING"

MAIN OFFICE ad must be received WITH the copy for the regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- Color suspense dra-
I ad. day and holidays.The ma starring Carol White, Scott
4747 San Juan Avenue I Hospital Theater will have Hylands and Paul Burk. M ((108
RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00
Jacksonville, Florida mins).
one nightly feature at 7 p.m.
I Per additional line ((4 words per line) W.50 Cecil Field will have two nightly HOSPITAL: "VILLA RIDES"
--' shows during the week at 5:30

and 8 p.m. Matinees will be Tuesday, September 30

El:; ::;i:i: EMPLOYMENT: ::iliij:::@::ii Complete DINING set ROOM In good FURNITURE condition Call 1 TRANSPORTATION: J w1f shown. on weekends at 2 and 5p.m. I

389 5234 evenings or weekends. _.,........._... _, . NAS: "MURDERER'S ROW"Color
melodrama starring Dean
WAITRESS WANTED!! QUAIL LIVE OR DRESSED AUTOMOBILES FURNISHED Thursday, September 25 Martin and Ann Margret. A ((108

Good pay, good hours. Call 781 9818, Royal Purple Guineas 388 3240. East and West Coast 353 3691. mins).
Color musical star-

And Mink SELL Oil Cosemitc WIGS Maria L\\ :\\j: \}.MOBILE: :.' [\.HOMES \\M\I\I\ 4 Door, Station 1968 VOLVO Wagon 145, S.Air Cond., my ring Steele Fred G/E MacMurray((107 mins and). Tom- HUNTING"Wednesday October I

Wilhem. Koscot Distributor, 398 Disc brakes, Like New, Ex
5906., 3752 or 264 2268 after 6. HOSPITAL: "ANY WEDNES NAS
DAY" Color comedy starring : "OTELY" Color spy
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK comedy starring Tom Courtneyand
PART TIME MCHEVY Jane Fonda, Jason Robards and
Married E 4 and above. Are you trailers 1 Qtr. Mile and No.Apts.of NAS 389,.Clean 3007. modern White,4 Dr., V.8, AT.,Air Cond., R & Dean Jones. AM/VG ((154 mins). Romy Schneider. M(90( mins).
having trouble makking ends meet? H, Clean, One owner. $900. Call Mrs. HOSPITAL: "MURDERER'SROW"
We can work your hours in with your Swedburg 388 3151 or see at Cedar Friday, September 26
duty schedule. For appointment 264 12x60MOBILE HOME Hills Used Car Lot
6485. 2 BR., $300. and pick up payments of NAS: "WAIT UNTIL DARK"Color
$63 a mo. 264 5323 Call for appoint. 1966 MOB suspense drama starring
CHALLENGING WORK Orange Park. New Top, Fine Engine, Green, Wire Audrey Hepburn( and Alan Arkin.
For 3 personality type girls 2 3 Wheels, Luggage Rack, Must Sell. G/E ((145 mins). .
evenings a week. High earnings. First $1250. BOQ Lt. fig( ) PetersonExt. HOSPITAL: "THE HAPPIEST

1802.Beeline Fashions 355 3296 or 355 L 1 [1::: f::!*.,EALESTATE, : : 1t1:[ ;. 255 NAS Cecil. MILLIONAIRE"

Saturday, September 27

Stock Clerk, Days, Male, Apply Navy HOUSE NEAR NAS& CECIL Air Cond., AT, PB, PS, 28,000 Miles. NAS: "FINIAN'S RAINBOW"
Exchange Bldg. 930 NAS Jax. 5!V pet.equity.3 BR,2 Ba., Cent. Heat Original Owner $2495. 737 2309. Color musical starring Fred

f 6; Air. Fenced yard. Near 3 schools. AUTO AIR CONDITIONING Astaire and Petula Clark. G/E

Tire Changer PARTOR. FULL Little TIME mechanical $103. mo., 771 7684. Window units and central units, ((145 mins;).

work. Contact Robert Baehue Paul service and repaired. Tylers Heatingand HOSPITAL: "WAIT UNTILDARK"
3 Air Conditioning, 4711 Palmer
Lewis Tire Co. 2430 Blanding Blvd.
Country Kitchen, Screened Porch, Ave. (Lake Shore) 388 5161. ,:.f--
WANTED Assume Mortgage. Equity
Responsible Driver over 25 to drive needed, 7928 Jaguar Drive. money NAS MATINEE: "THE WAYWEST" '"
new Mustang to Los Angeles, Calif Color western starring "'I'VA,FATGO/I'M TAKIMS ASURVfiV
during the first week of Nov.. Call Mr. Richard Widmark Kirk Douglasand *
Sans 354 3701 or 396 1332 Oak Hill Park, Clean 3 BR, Den, Robert Mitchum. ((122 mins).

Fireplace, Fenced yard. 2 Bath. 5 Vi
F.H.A. 771 9427.

I lijil! !jI'!!;'MISCSUANEOUSBEAUTIFUL;!:: : ;: ; ; !III!I!1 1I OPEN

2 and 3 acre Ranchettes, paved and
I UPHOLSTERY graded road frontage, $1450. per lot
Work done in my home Reasonable.. and up. Terms. Off. PH. 282 5272 .
I Home 282 5224.
I Guaranteed, 356 9065.

in my home. Cedar Hills. 771 2 BR Masonry home. Real nice. Ideal stir/spy you ft NEEDS
I 7602. location Reasonable. Furnished or 10O GUARANTEE
unfurnished. Ph. 765 3666 after 5:30.:

ZIG ZAG FOR $29 H7 We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In. _
SEWINGMACHINEOriginal "Hpertlon. Then ,
we tuned up tightened and replaced everything
Guarantee, scratched in St. Johns River, Dock, Air Cond., that needed it. And guaranteed them 1007 for the repair or
shipment. Zig Zags, makes buttonholes Central heat, lot 100 x 200. 2 miles Call 388-2755 replacement of all major mechanical part* for JO days or 1000
sews on buttons, decorative south of Palatka. Private but near miles. Come on In and double check.
designs, monograms, etc. Just pay shopping area. $23,500. Call 325 2727
balance S29 or$8 per month. Phone 353 JAX'S GREATEST
1946 day or nite. Ask for Credit :: ASSEMBLIES'BRAKE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Manager. Will deliver, no obligation. IN CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND FURNJTUREVALUES' Bold New Colors
1606 Main Street. Area. 5 Acres, 10 Acres and larger
tracts. Terms 282 < 5272 or 282 5224. _a.Mwarasasarauaasw. IIRIII I I 11I1111I I I
Consoles some with AM FM, tape WATERFRONT WHOLESALE 70 MAVERICK $1695
players. At dealers cost to liquidate High wooded, perfect for retirementand
stock. Full warrantyl! Phone771 0409. year around living. Easy terms
Mobile Homes Welcomed. 1 Mile Eastof 63 OLDS F85 $995Convertible

COIN LAUNDRY FOR SALE Lake Ashbury on 209. Also new Radio & Heater, Power Steering.
restricted sub division near com
$1,000 monthly gross. $300. per mo. pletion. Contact La Rue 725.3992. OPEN 65 VW SEDAN $1195Radio
net. Priced for quick sale $6,000 A. R. .
Marshall Realtor 354 3054 or 384 HOMES RENTOR SALE! EVERYDAY & Heater.
7634. We help' NAVY Quick Move In Call 66 VW SEDAN $1295Radio
us first I Courteous Service. 9-9 & Heater.
AKC, good for guard and com 389-6201 TIL 6p.m. $1495
panionship. Large bone 2 litters. 389 Radio fit Heater.

0200, 4621 Hunt St.SCOTTISH 68 VW ." '

TERRIERSAKC Houses and Apts. Equity VA & FHA SURPLUS GOODS 1 fit Heater
resales. $100 down. Call Power or
246 Reg.6927., from Champion line $100. Mills, USN Ret.264.2411 Orange Park DISCOUNT STORE 66 CHEV. IMPALA $1695

Realty, Military Free Notary. 2-Door HT., V-8. Auto trans., PS, PB Air Cond.

10135 B"och 6/vtf1/ 724-2662 66 MUSTANGconvertible$1695

PIT BULLTerrier ii1IitiifrI: ;: }! :?}RENTALSFURNISHED' :: if1ii1lMMtf: i V-8, Auto trans., Air Cond., Radio & Heater, Black Top

Male, 6 Mos., Papers, Black. 66 VW
FASTBACK $1795Radio
$100. 737 2309.STEREO .
& Heater, Air Cond.
1X (
68 VW Karmann Ghia $2295Radio
CONSOLE COMBO 3 BR., House Orange Park, 5 min. to
Take up payments on 2 month old NAS, will rent to TAD Personnel, or 'r & Heater, Air Cond.
beautiful walnut stereo console like Bachelors, TV, Linen, Utensils op. 68 VW Bus $2295
new. 4 speed record changer tional, Air Cond., 264 6884.
I combination radio. Balance due$68 or Radio & Heater

I $9 per month. Phone 353. 1946night or t. 68 VW Squareback
day. Ask Will $2395
for Credit Manager. SCHOOLSand
deliver Street no obligation. 1606 Main II Air Cond.


t Dogs and GEORGE'S Cats boarded.KENNELS Free pickup DO YOU WANT TO BE Tllto/

: and delivery Est. 1925, Poodle A DISC JOCKEY? WESTS IDEVOLKSWAGEN
j Grooming Reasonable, 5085 For information dial 356 8351.
Edg wf>od Ct. (Near Cassat and

Edgewood) 389 0064 -- -- ....
Enrolling fall term. 389 7622 2834
FOR SALE Grand Ave., Mrs. J. M. Elliott. 103rd & Blanding Center ,
Live crabs and Fresh fish. Wilford 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511
Fish .
Camp 264 9707. ,
TINY TOTS NURSERY AHEAD Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM'
Licensed, 24 Hr., care. 15 yrs., exp.
from St. Vincent's Hospital
Clubs, Balls Tees and Shoes. Wilson Across .
maker. Good Cond.. $35. 384 2195. 2585 Riverside 387 1829.

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I Cecil 1 Sports RoundupBy YOU PICK 'UM CONTEST: Kiwis Challenge Old

If you did badly last week on
SMC George BlackburnLast your predictions, think on this for
awhile. The sports staff of the
ATTERiSURNER probably did Men To Old Maid
week two unbeaten teams, Weapons 0-C worse than you. Out of ten con-
VA 174 and VA 12, clashedin VC-4 0-G test, we picked only four win-
We read with puzzling interest elusion of the P.S.: The
what could be the battle of the ners. What really has the alleged game.
The your 'article' in the most re other :3 were indeed pathetic rem-
touch football championship. BOWLING: sports writer in the dumps is
contest went down to the last that he predicted the Los Angeles cent edition of the Afterburner nants of battered humanity.
few min.tes of play as VA 174 The Thursday National League Dodgers would take 2 out of concerning a certain rugby game'played' Bear Dennison had received
between the Old Men and from 25! 'players' that
led by Don Jackson finally pulledit has seen Operations move into a :3 from the San Francisco Giantsa promises
out 2f to 14. Jackson scoredon tie for first as they swept the ( very big gamble ''ndeed.) the KIWIs. We feel that by they would appear in time for
7 which put thellelluzc.s Field adding a bit of further informa- the game unfortunately; the
a yard run series from the NAMTD'Spoilers' Don't forget all Cecil
Time ran out and tion to your article,a more clarifying dawning of a bleak new day
on top. 3 to 1. Bill Roberts led and Jax military, civilians,
: on VA 12 as they were moving OPS with a 5G8) series. dependents eligible this year picture of the game will brought a sudden, sober realization -
well against: VA 174. V A14 Top Dogs manageda for You Pick 'Urn. contest result, or as the Yanks are so to 19 'players' that pre-
In an arlier contest, ADMIN splitwihADMIN jackets'and pick up points are In the Gal- prone to say: 'tell it like it is, vious commitments would 're-
led by Debby Fewell,downed VA- enabled the 'Dogs' to remainin ley and Exchange by the bulletin baby"It gretably' preclude their parti-
0. A Van Court to Fe- VA- is true that Bear Dennison's !- cipating in the game. Whetherthe
44 18 to a tie for second place. board. Deadline is noon Friday.
well broke' the spirit of VA 44; 174 'Hell razors' found the going Good luck this week. Old Men did meet our prospect of a physically
the stmgbss Hornets.In rough, but: did manage to split challenge, however; at game time bruising game of rugby caused
the other action, AMD hit two contest with VA 45. only six (count them waddlingby) these alleged 'athletes' to cancelis
Weapons. 'players' were available to com- debatable it is however significant -
the -'Jlumndowning: Little has been said about ;
The 'Go>rer Pyles' are back win the Plumbers lately, who have pete.. Since a rugby match is tra- to note that the majorityhad
ning games after losing two been sneeking their way up, S.DON'T ditionally played by teams com to take their children to Jax
straight. They have now won as they downed AMD 3 1. prised of 15 players, and in Ho'spital on that particular day.
three in ? row. However, the Plumbers dare not the realization that 'the show We would enjoy accepting LambDennison's
The Standings: look back because the Blackshoesof must goon'; we were obliged to challenge to engage; in
VA-1'74 6-0 ADMIN are moving up. The split our team into equal halves a checker tournament, but would
and taint the halves with 3 of the
5-1 the
ADMIN Blackshces who lost their first sincerely regret being
VA-12 5-1 more active Old Men. In all the Old Mento
two,,. have since come on strong MISS cause of compelling
fairness it should be pointed out
Marines 4-2 straight wins. How- over exert themselves. Mow
with three
VA-172 4-2 ever the Blackshoes have their 'U PICK 'EM'lPAGE that 3 of the 6 even managedto about a fast hand of Old Maid?
VA-44 3-3 somehow survive to the con-
work cut out for them tonight, 16Geltilg
VA 45 2-4 as they engage with Operations.
AMD 1-5 FAETU mighty stimulators are Love
r--------- still in shock since they lost to Bugs"But (Continued from Page 3))
the Blackshoes two weeks ago.
I I PHONE 388.815315 I Last week Hal's Hoods downed Out? September seems to be dults, or "flies", live only two
I. the Stimulators in four games. 1 II their month this year." weeks, and are constantly in
The Standings: The small black critters pairs, possibly feeling there is
::: & (L1b : NAMTD 1# 2 13-7 CONVERT SGLI touched with bright orange, are no time to lose.

I II AOMD 13-7 said to have two hatches a ye.1r.one They are not a disease bearer -
1240.1291 KINO ST II VA-44 12-8 with in the spring, hence "March I ," said McDonald last year.
JACKSONVILLE FLA. 322O4WANTEB VA-1741 12-8 fly," and one in the fall. "They are considered nuisance
II VA-174 ##I 3 12-8 "March is their month," said pest and nothing more. Treatment -.
I ADMIN/BOO 11-0 GUYBALLOU McDonald. "But, as we found out, 1 is not recommended due to
: USED CAMERAS AND II Dental 10-10 11-9!) if conditions are ideal, they will their short life span and harm-
ADMIN breed in droves. Those ideal lessness."
EQUIPMENT. WE PAY VA 45 9-11 conditions consist of hot
I I very He said that there was no
TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 I NAMTD 1## 1 7-13 humid weather, and we've had j Foundation to rumors that the
FAETII of that.
;appearance of the bugs was responsible -
_------ --_.. AMD 4-16 USN, Ret.INSURANCE. Sharon Arnold at the Cecil : for the drastic cutback -
Field library provided the in- j in mosquito infestation that
andINVESTMENTS telligence that the last entry j I lad plagued Cecil since the heavy
concerning love bugs to be found ]rains of last autumn.
among her tomes was dated 1908. "Some have been saying the
''It- -.. larvae feed on decaying "
vegetable j lies killed the mosquitoes, he
o "J..' .. matter and roots of- loted. "That just isn't the case.
Financial Estate Planning according to the six decades -
';1 Aerial fogging i with a slow dispersal -
.... Insurance Programs old information, gleaned j chemical is what cat into
Mutual FundsASSOCIATED from INSECTS, published by the t he mosquitoes."
WITH U.S. Department of Agriculture.The .
." JOHN B. STOUDEMIRE flies in this family, said In case youre wondering,this
1 FLETCHER BUILDING is almost identically the same
the old book, aren't very interesting -
ONE THOUSAND RIVERSIDE 355.3487 AVE. even though there are story we had last year about love
PHONE bugs, in the Sept.26 Afterburner.
EVENINGS 264-6335 approximately three hundred va- !!
rieties to choose from. The a- The March infestation, if any,
went unnoticed and unsung, at
i least at NAS Cecil. '

But here it is September again -
MASTERCHARGE Credit Cards Honored and the love bugs are back
v in! force.

: Leave time? Get an BOOS EVELT MALL Oh.So are the rains, in case youhadn't

1 noticed.dontineqtal .
HFC Traveloan ,.

4 car washtIFUf .

; Deciding where to go on your leave is easy. usa
how for it be diffi THRU SATURDAY
Deciding you'll pay may more HOUR'S.MONDAY
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give you cash to cover every travel expense.

Later, you can repay HFC in convenient monthly

amounts. Household helps more service people --

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Shouldn't you include an HFC Traveloan in your

leave plans? \\ t I II/Y2#

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Class, with wins in the .22 cali-
ber, .45 caliber and in the Center

I MAD NewsBowling I II Fire GySgt.magches.Dan Toomey has now

joined the team and qualified as
a marksman. We can expect to
see his name as a winner soon.III .

Three MAD Bowling teams forced cut ol bounds. On the
rolled into action Tuesday night next play he hit George Crowleyin
to begin the Winter NATTC In- the end zone for the deciding
4 tramuralleague. score. But the Marines were not
All three teams go by the tag
Devil Dogs but will be differently finished. Several moments later
: f numbered on the standing the Marine defense got the ball
sheet. The new MAD entries again and the offense went backto
sport bright red shirts that bear work. Skip Buckhalter put the
their name. last tally on the board with a
nifty 44 yard run.

Football The Marines will battle another /
NATTC foe Tuesday.
MAD's Big Red football team
rallied after a shaky start last Pistol Team
the AO sailors
week to dump
18-6. Firing for the first time in and
After a rough first half the the Master Class Bob Par- :, Fun-Oriented
SSgt. .aJJ.
SGT. WILLIAM RAY, (right) an AE handler
troop ,
team settled down to nail their tridge shot an 852 in the .22 Apartments
accepted his Honorable Discharge from Lt. Col. R. P. first win and get off and running caliber class event to take sec- 1r,
Eckmann last week and Immediately signed for six toward another NATTC crown. ond place in the class at Sunday's '-' 2';' Mlt.. South
first the of JAX on US 17
The AO's scored on
Marine Corps Sgt. Is Vietnam Gateway Matches.
more years. Ray a
only MAD defensive lapse SSgt. James Johnson firing for .
veteran. the game when a long pass play the second time in competition, PHI 2'4- 42M -
put six on the board for the sailors cleaned house In the Marksman
QuestionsandAnswersFromMaster The lead was short-lived
however, as with seconds remaining -
in the first half of play,
I Harry Zilke threw to Steve Van-
Chief of LantFlt Roekel for a TD. Van Roekcl
made a juggling catch at the 30 .
yard line and scooted In to tie

The following questions and welfare and morale of these men. the game. @
from the newly After a scoreless third quar-
answers are appointed -
Officer Question: How do you intend to ter Zilke broke loose on a rollout -
Master Chief Petty -
obtain the true feelings of enlisted and scampered to the AO c: fe1teri:
of the Atlantic Fleet.
Question: Master Chief Johnson personnel throughout the four vard line before he wu

in the performance of your Fleet?
duties as Master Chief Petty Answer: There is only one way HAS Association
Officer of the Atlantic Fleetwillyou to get those true feelings, and Blanding Blvd
have direct access to Adm. that is extacly what I'm doing.I Members Only
E.P. Holmes? have spent the first month oi Luxurious dining at in.lbla pricat hat laganco, Swift,eourtooua aorvlco, a
Answer: The answer to your this new assignment talking to GROUP RATES made SIS Cafotoriat. the moat popuhighly tralnad Uf and the yoar of
question is yes but let me explain Navy personnel of all ranks and e INCOME PROTECTIONENROLLMENT Jar place In town,and 3 ft S hit mad. porioneo In aonring the flnoat foodmako
lh.lr nowaat cafeteria the apHom of your visit to the n.w 31S a must
a little. I work under the rates. I've spoken to Admiralsand NOIVOPFNMutual
Deputy Chief of Staff for Oper- I've spoken to seamen. I've another-
ations and Plans for the purposeof discussed personnel retention Cgfmilhil \ HOUSE OF QUALITY FOODLUNCH
coordination and administration and morale problems with com- SUPPER400PM400PM
; however, as the senior enlisted manding officers, division of 11:00 AM-2:00 M .,Ii j S : :
advisor of the Fleet I ficers, chief petty officers and W. KABRICK
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mander in Chief. My primary continue this of' "per-
program ( Jacksonville, Fta:,,''32201
responsibility'' to Adm. Holmesis sonal contact" until I am satisfied -
to relate to him matters affecting that my concept of the feel-
the Fleet's enlisted personnel ings and attitudes of enlisted per-
and to make recommendations sonnel in the Fleet is current l
based on the efficiency and accurate.

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/ Career Information Center : '5f-'J/r': : / :' :' : ,v.1

.. <<,.'" "''',.,,<-, '.'!.<.. 'V, ,.,u\.tif'; )""'<:. ., .. .
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/ Tells It Like It Is J 02 Jackie Kobus ...,.....CattwL'; Mo'tIftLLUOH) 'C '.KWf:' "' ,: "'".''',/-1.p"""".'.'

What would happen if suddenlyyou The personnal attending this standing: with which they can
as a Navyman, needed to course are given instruction in counsel subordinates In matters "
know how to go about putting in information and education, enlisted pertaining to service benefitsand ?
motion the wheels of of the
one service records, advance- opportunities.Other .
many programs and benefits offered ments and job codesevaluations, .
by your service? Where pay and allowances,household ef- courses are offered such FLEET RESERVE RETIREMENT
as a two-day unit on Service
would you start to look? Who fecgs, survivors benefits, VA <
could you ask? benefits, social security, retired Benefits. Designed for newly reporting .RETIRED SERV1CEMANS FAMILY PROTECTION PLAN '.'
"Sir, I would like find personnel on their first:
to out serviceman's family protection
about attending a Navy school plans, insurance, financial man- i
but I don't quite understand all through the 10 and five "
of the obligations and requirements fleet reserve, soldier'sand day courses; what thenThe divisional < .ftk.:
that I've heard about. Can sailor's civil relief act, career counselors return REENLISTMENT AUOWAHCE'VETERAHS BENEFITS
you help me?" SEAVEY/SIIORVEY, counselingand to their activities and as in S
"Sure can. Chief Jones is division interviewing. the situation presented before,
career counselor and will That's an awful lot to teach in they have the answers to ques- .-
be able fill in all but tions or at least know where to .
to on of time
need to know." you you the such instructors a short period of the Jax Centerare find them.In ........ ,, .. ". .

After seeing Chief Jones and, and have been doing an out- the coming weeks, the Jax '
indeed, finding out all he neededto standing job. Air News/Afterburner will feature 1i .
know, the sailor asked the The Officer Personnel Man- a column by the instruc- '
Chief "How do you know so agement Course lasts 5 days tors of the school. These columns -
I i
much? and with much the same curri- will delve into the per-
r. The answertothattluestionlies culum as the 10 days course, tinent Information that could be
in Bldg. 168 here on the air officers through the grade of of use to every man and womanin
station. That's where the NavAir LCdr. develop a better under- the Navy.
Lant Career Information CenterIs .
J:1.k.Jmt.: :
located and that's where senior .--S-'.. 's
a >
petty officers and officers y rzP tab ti ,e .a
through the rank of lieutenant
commander go toget the answersto tsRrM
the questions asked by the men 'Z '
who serve under them. +
The center's objective is to ] ; L

conduct formal classes and pro- F s.f
vide assistance to commanding {
officers of ships, stations and : i14g ,Z
squadrons in the ComFairJaxarea
in all phases of career ry.'ix 'Q'y
counseling and retention. -o _
This definition of the mission L ,
I suffices but the actual work carried -
t by the personnel assignedthe
school goes much deeper. + 3 gI
Take the courses offered for arp
instance.A career information/
counselor school designed for 4K
officers and career petty officers IL
serving in retention personnel .!
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I Red Darters Awards Ceremony Salutes 20 Navymen j

their first Strike Flight Air Med / U TT
als for combat flights in South- .;! :", ':.. """ :

east Asia: Lt.J.C.Malley,AMEC ,'. '.
J.L. darton, AEC C.E. Swartz
L ei.II' and ADJ1 R.M. Devine.
Thirteen Navy Achievement S
Medals were presented to per- a .
sonnel whose exceptional per x."
formance of duty during the
1 a squadron's six months overseaswas
I, M: I If considered to merit special
1 kj attention. The awardees included: %
ikQw 1tL& LCdr. J. F. Binczak, Lt. (J.g.) :
G.C. RogersCWO2VV.P., :
Kinnison, ADJC W. II. Winko, 'i .
AME1 G.E. Wacker, ATI G. N.
Wison, AK1 G.D. Byard, YN2 ; $ i;
J.M. Wright, AE2 M.C. Cowan, .t
ADJ2 R.L. Anderson and CYN3 ,J
R.D. Ferree.A :
Good Conduct Award was '
presented to AW2'L.J. Kamas
his third. r
ADJ3 J.H. Bretton Jr. receivedthe
Meritorious Unit Commendation -
for previous service at Naval -- ..:
Air Station, Cubi Point. Stewart volunteers his services, both professionally and
AMSC Doyle W.Ard,who served recreationally, to the Navy for another six years.
as VP-45 Air Frames Branch Stewart pitched VP 45's Softball team to second placeIn
supervisor on the Red Darter'srecent
; rt and highly successful the LantFlt championships recently. Cdr. R. A.

WestPac deployment, was piped Mason, squadron commanding officer, administers the
ADDS GOLD BRAID Former ADJC Buck P. Jones over the side, Sept. 11 In special oath.
ceremonies at the Hangar
signs commissioning papers to complete his transition Complex.Ard ChristI!, AMS "B" school, again Corpus Christi, and VA-176 at
from enlisted to officer ranks as R. A. Mason, VP 45 a native of Ft. Worth, ranking high in his class, AirNAS Jacksonville prior to re-
skipper looks on. The new warrant officer previously Tex., originally entered the Navy borne Early Warning Barrier porting to VP-45.
in May 1947. After graduatingnear Squadron Pacific, Hawaii, NASWESCONNETT
served as flight engineer with the squadron.By the top of his class at

AMS "A" school, he reported to .... .. .
Lt. (j.g.) R.B. Kidd Dalton Jr. Dalton joined the Navy Fleet Air Service Squadron 11 '
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NWCA 86 Meeting Features r

'Stamp Ouf Emphysema 'Theme

By Mrs. W.C. Anderson a new member with its traditional period. Several Important facts _
candlelight ceremony. Mrs. were brought out. First, TB has r'__ :r :
Guests galore graced the : $
regular Louis Mallow, welcome to Jax taken secondary place in the

meeting monthly of NWCA social-educational Jax #86 Sept. 86.The/ disease category while em-
evening's program featured physema has moved into first rt
3. Guests Mrs. Melvin
were: guest speaker Mr. Jim place. Mr. Kerlin said the rea-
;' Colvin, Mrs. William Whiting- Kerlin from the TB Association.Mr. son for the diange in placementwas
Mrs. William Hendrix, Mr.
: ton,
Kerlin brought two movies TB can now be cured while
Bud Barnes, Mrs. Gene Fields,
on emphysema to show the as- emphysema can not. This year
Mrs. Hermon! Mrs.
Jackson sembly.Both movies stressed the for the first time Christmas :
Mr. David [Ha-
Franklyn Perry
fact that the two most important Seals will bear "Stamp Out Emphysema" t
vins, Mrs. Louis Oberbech,Mrs. _
danger signals of a possible res-
Bertha Mallow, Mrs. Joseph Instead of "Stamp Out
disease are chronic "
Bretton, Jr. and Mrs. John Hil- TB. Emphysema kills 20,000 _
lis[ transfer from Latina Prov- cough and shortness of breath. people each year.
ince ##195 Italy. Welcomeladies.Jax The movies also allowed the Before the meeting adjourned,
#86 was happy to initiate viewers to watch different people the club called Mrs. Harold Min- _
suffering from the agony of res- nick forward to receive a good-
piratory disease, bringing home bye gift from Jax /#86. Mrs.
the point of letting things go too Minnick was presented with the 'rr
r1 (1tlCJuan long, with impact. traditional NWCA pill box. : __
After the movies Mr. Kerlin Some important announce .
()j held a question and answer ments were made: An area council t
meeting was held at the Cecil

i () II Field chapel Tuesday at 10 a.m.;
NAVY WIVES! On Wednesday Mrs. Bud Barnes,
\. Jtllas JOIN THE HUNDREDSOF president of Jax #86, demon -
ITS A FAMILY AFFAIR -- AMS2 Clyde E. Garner,
strated Philippine cooking at the
San Juan of Niblick WHO SATISFIED EARN THEIR WOMEN laden Burns Public Library; A AOMD gets shipping over approval from his wife
Phone 384 4406 western night party will be held Carole and baby Chrissi while Lorri on his lap isn't too
X-TRA $$$ Saturday for members, husbandsand sure about anything. In the end Lorri helped Daddy

01, 2, G 3 Bedrooms ..AS A LUZIER COSMETIC guests at the Compton Hall sign. Garner sworn in for another six years by LCdr.
club house beginning at 8
Garden Type Apartments CONSULTANT.Best p.m.;
with Country Club and on October 1 at 7:30 p.m., John Beddard will attend Flight Engineers School in
Atmosphere Plus the monthly business meetingwill Pax River Md.
.I Kitchens equipped with G-E Bonus. Complete Line. be held in Compton Hall.
Ranges G Refrigerators Choose Your Own Hours.
.'Individual Air Conditioningand

Drapes Heating furnished by G-E You'll Begin At Love Once.Us! Club Schedules This WeekAceyDeucy I

Wall to Wall Carpeting and Call 781-5609 (After 5) .
.Large Swimming Pool Member Bristol-Meyers Family

Officers Club Club tonight. Tomorrow evening will
feature the "Girl of the Month"dance
with music provided by a
See Messenger of the Masseson Tomorrow night's entertain live band. Sunday's free feature
stage tonightbeginningat7:45. ment will feature Mel Gaden movie will be "One Desire" and
= STEAK HOUSE Tomorrow night hear the sound of and on Saturday, Tommy C will on Monday the club offers the

BLANDING BLVD.at CEDAR RIVER Phil Cay and the Chantels, andover appear on stage. Sunday night game of your choice. Don't miss
the weekend, entertainmentwill dance to the music of the Eight disc jockey Al Albert on Wed-
OPEN 771 11? 1 P.M.
be provided by the[Hot Water Balls. nesday night when he plays your
Blues. The Crescendos will be favorite records from 8 to 11 p.m.
Luncheon'Specials Served Only at the at the 'club on Monday, FRA

Jcalunng and Tuesday night dance to the Dance to .the, music of Red Dependent Flog Authorized
music of the Camelots. Appearing Edwards and the Meadow Ridge
Bring yourF Family Wednesday will be the Fourof Few tomorrow evening beginningat
Moderate Prices A service flag and lapel but-
9. friend the FRA
Bring a to
Best Baked Potato inTo ton denoting active duty in the'U.
" r.. STEAK $159 .wn CPO Club Saturday for open house, and get S. Armed Forces have been
.: ,. there early Sunday night whenJim
Try our Blue Cheese authorized by Congress for display -
t' Dressing Dance to the music of Mark Mann and the Goodtimers will by members of a service-:
\ Baked Potato ,. Fast Service Castle tomorrow night, and on draw a standing room only m n's immediate family.
& Rolls AllbeefrsUSDA.andis Saturday hear the sound of The crowd. Tuesday night is Game
Clubs. the and don't that the The flag, one foot wide by 1.9
cut on premisesOur Sunday night menu Night forget
feet long, has a white rectangular

specialty is prime rib roast; FRA serves lunch daily from 11
field bordered by red. A blue
Steaks are not frozen therefore they will retain Tuesday, fried thicken;and Wed- to 2 p.m. star for each family service
more of their natural flavor. nesday, rib eye steak.The Chief's member is affixed to the white
Club holds a surprise Happy uso field. '
Hour Monday through Friday. There will be free refresh-
The service lapel button consists
ments for everyone at the ISO
I of a blue star on a white
f PAUL rectangle within a red border.

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I NARTU, VP-16, VAP-62 Leading Pack for Title I

Jax -- Admin bounced back -
NART'J continued to roll as (0) Thursday. Bill Duiket led the Iioff put the conversion attemptsover Sal Molle to notch win number.;
after an opening season loss
unbeaten to they snushed Hospital:; 30-2. Jim Eagles scoring with two touchdowns for the undefeated NARTU four ...
tumble 16-3 previously in action Weapons foster, I Ken Winkle and Mike and Tom Fletcher addedone. squad. VAP 02 continued to provethey're
Wednesdayin okol each scored touchdownswith .
for real as they poundedAir
the second week of intramural Monday's Action
football. Sokol later adding his sec- National. League Ops 32-0 Monday. Bill Fer-
Quarterback Dennis ond to put the game completelyout VP-1C flexed their muscles tig nailed down the first points
Admin on the board McLaughlin witha of reach. Don Turbet did NARTU!' kept rolling as they again as they stomped Weapons for the Vappers as he was cred-
put burst salvage two points for the Hospital flattened Medical 22-0. Jim Foster 28-0. The unbeaten Eagles were ited with a safety and Larry De-
50-yard around end and
later hit Paul Bowie for another team by gaining a safety. Dick! Adams and Larry Meul- led by the touchdowns of George Spain gained scoring honors
VP-16 picked up their third ler each scored a touchdown Kibler, Rich Britt, Tom Fletcher crossing the goal line three times
score. Bob Tuscan added the extra win as they dumped VP-45 20- and Jim Reams and John Day- C.T. Rollen and the s.1fetyof and Freeman added a single TD.
points and Admin had their
first win of the young season.
Larry Cox tallied the lone touch-
down for Weapons.
MARTD also notched their first
win by downing unbeaten Air-
new home.
craft Maintenance 8-0. Jeff Jeff- wait to build a
erson scooted in for the six
pointer and Jack Pierz added: the
two extra points and that was P .Y
all the defense needed as they
controlled the A/C offense the

entire game.


American League

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Red Darters 1-1 STOP
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'VY''VV-VJ'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmRick's '''' ",",r.YrhY

:. Picks ,u Es You Pick 'Urn

By Rick Kunz
YV\N.V.ih'\tJf..N..J'N*' ff.r.r.Vt'y.\.J'...... W Y NAME RANK/TITLE ,

Well since everybody else is taking a shot at picking their DUTY STATION .PHONE NO. _
early bets for All America honors in 1969 I might as well
take a plunge into it too. (Team listed first is visitor)
If these players don't get plenty of ink during the season '_ '
so-called because these .
it will be a surprise to the experts

are the guys to watch.At a J PITTSBURGH_(NFL) PHILADELPHIA

quarterback I will have to Edgar A. Gallup
go first with Rex Kern of Ohio Those are my picks. I may have TEXAS CHRISTIAN_ OHIO STATE _
State followed by Bob Andersonof missed some real talent some- Navy Vet Wins
Colorado and Bill Capplemanof where but then we'll just have to PURDUE NOTRE DAME__.__._?
Florida State. wait about 10 weeks before we
Backs are hard to pick because know for sure.Incidentally. First U Pick 'Um PENN STATE COLORADOOREGON ,___
like quarterbacks this the first week of
year, there's a pack of Rood ones. the "U Pick 'Urn" contest is The 1969 'You Pick Urn con- ST.. ARIZONA ST. _
But I'll go with Steve Owens over and according to Brent Kal- test is off and running and a 14-
from the Sooners of Oklahoma; lestad, who's running, the show, year Navy veteran stationed at FLORIDA ST.. MIAMI
Bill Burnett of Arkansas; Char- it's oft to a great start. The NATTC won in a breeze card-
ley Pittman, Penn State; Bill ballot boxes are located in the ing the lone 9-1 record for the SYRACUSE KANSAS
:' Main from Oregon State; John Sports Department of the NAS opening week.
Riggins, Kansas; Bruce Kemp, Main Exchange and also in Gal- Edgar A. Gallup, an Aviation SMU MICHIGAN ST.,,__,__?_
Georgia; Larry Zelina, Ohio ley One. Get your picks in by Ordnanceman first classmissedon
State; and Barry Mayer from noon Friday. Good Luck! only the Baltimore-Los An- AUBURN TENNESSEE*. .
geles National Football Leaguetilt.
the Gophers of Minqe sota.
Larry DiNardo of Notre Dame Not only did the 32yearold *Tie breaker: Predict final score between Auburn and Tennesseethis
leads the pick in guards with Volleyball Team prognosticating expert pick ( week's regionally televised game). Indicate winners in other
John Little, Oklahoma; Joe Vit- the remainder of the games cor- games by a check mark. Ballot boxes are located in Galley One
unic, Georgia Tech; and Steve rectly, he,was surprisingly closeto and Main Exchange at NAS Jax, and Cecil Field. Ballots must be
Greer of Georgia also making Needs New Men the final score on the tie in by noon Friday!
somebody's first team. breaker game. Gallups selected
Arizona State to dump Minnesota -
My choice for tackles are Mike
Jax -- Volleyball coach Buck by a 41-20 tune, whereasin
Penn State; Dave Camp- ... ......._ ..
bell, Auburn; Ed Epping, Air Wurster has issued a special reality, the Sun Devils pre- *MHHIsNNMMNIMIMNI 111I1..1111I11111111. N IIMIMMMMMIIMM II"MNMN
Force Academy; Mike McCoy, invitation to athletes interestedin vailed 48-26.
Notre Dame; Rocky Wallace playing volleyball to reportto Gallup. assigned to a support ANNOUNCEMENT
the NAS for the AO school,
gym practices duty position at
Missouri; and Leo Brooks, Tex-
Monday and Thursday eveningsat commented, "Just lucked out I NN/MMNMNNMNM 11111111.11111.11116.. lUlU _NIININ/NMNNNIY
as.Mike "Cat"Ballou from UCLA 6 p.m. guess," in view of his opening

leads the linebackers with John week's victory.A HERE TOD Y...
The Sax team is the current native of Birmingham, Ala-
Anderson of LSU Emery Hicks,
; All Navy Volleyball Championsbut bama and an avid booster of his THE NEW CARS
Kansas Jayhawks;Bob Olson,No- FOR...
since the last competitionmany home state's Crimson TideGallup -
tre Dame and Steve Kiner Ten
members of the team have is Carried and the father of
nessee also getting the nod.
been transferred. Coach Wurster Ronnie 11 Fran-
Center is held down by Rod three children; ,
Brand of the Razorbacks of Ar- says that many positions are wide ces 9 and John 3.
kansas.At open and he hopes to field a Several other contestants
end I'll go with Jade But- team for the coming St. Peters- wound up in a multi-way tie for
cher of Indiana; Chuck Dicus of burg Invitational, Oct. 4. This second place with 8-2 marks. 1970 .f
Arkansas; Jimmy Gunn,Southern tournament will include militaryand They include AN R. Silverman
California; Richard Campbell of civilian teams from throughout of VAP-62; AE1 W. Russey of
Texas Tech; Monte Huber of Florida. NATTC's AE 'B' school; Air
(( the Buffaloes from ColoradoandSteve ; Force 1st. Lt. K. Keenan of AF-
Zabel of Oklahoma. College Football EES; PR2 J.P. Donohue from
AMD; AK1 J.C. Keethler, Com-
I '100 Years OldThe Fairjax; and HMC B.L. Carroll i
from the Jax Navy Hospital. .
:, .- NAVY 1969 season marks the

i Centennial of College Football. Water Safety
The game got its start onNov-
&QJj@INSURANCE[ [ ember 6, 1869, when Rutgers defeated -
Princeton in New Bruns- Course OpensAll
wick, by the score of 6 4.
The Naval Academy embarkson
its 89th season of football this military personnel and dependents -
fall. Since the sport got its startat 18 years of age and
Annapolis in 1879, Navy has older holding a current Red Cross
won 441: games, lost 252,and tied Senior Lifesaving Certificate are -- '
invited to participate in a Red
1 25.With the exception of the 1880- Cross Water Safety Instructors'
1 81 seasons, the Midshipmenhavefielded Course to be given at the indoor
I I an eleven without inter- pool on September 29 through CHEVROLET'SMONTE
ruption since battling the Bal- October 3 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
timore Athletic Club to a 0 0 To register call Mrs. DeWolfeat
CARLO-The Headlinerfor
standoff in this first football Special Services, 3112.

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