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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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September 17, 1970


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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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tri .I Bachelors/ May Use NAS Storage Jt"

i\1\,",r' I 'H"\, i t'; as k'p4' a >sF Facilities 'While On Deployment ",,4.. : rl"q

LLjFv"w';;;; F "A Jax-Bachelors deploying with Center, Bldg. 12. Firearms and Storage Branch Office. sv

; : their unit or squadron may leave ammunition may be left with the Personal ,effects, except cars, : "
their personal effects or Weapons Officer at the Armory, can be shipped with owners in- '
"". automobiles here for safekeepingin Bldg. 394.Owners structions on the basis of his PCS I
:. .r\ designated storage spaces. must fill out a detailed orders. Removal and delivery or J :
NASJAXINST 1740.2 from the Inventory listing all items to be other disposition of cars will be '
I commanding officer states that stored. Forms, though not the responsiblitiy of the owner
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::. I't ii protection will be provided for mandatory, may be obtained although a person who receives
I 1 pJ' 4 certain items and explains in frdm the Storage Branch Office, PCS orders overseas may have
; detail how these items may be Supply Department. However, his automobile shipped at
accepted, stored and delivered or items may be ,listed on ordinary government expense. ,
r I ,11l' c cs shipped. paper. Owners are encouraged to have
J' Personal effects will be storedin The owner will be responsiblefor adequate, insurance, including '"
J. Bldg. 193, the Supply Depart- delivering-and picking up all fire and theft coverage.
ment South Storage Area on storage items, unless he Storage, services are also extended '
Swan Road. Automobiles and, designates in writing for an agentto to 'deployed married ,
: : when authorized, boats, boat do so. Items will be deliveredand personnel but only in hardship \
trailers and camper travel picked up at the owners cases and provided that the spaceis
.j' / I_ trailers will be left in the fenced expense during normal working available ,without taking up
t area behind the Correctional hours upon arrangement with the space for bachelor. personnel. 'I'
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i Jax -' The Navy Exchange Toyland and Country Store reopens
I;,.,' Monday morning with twice the space of the old shopping area, according VOL. 28 NO. '26. U. *.MAVAl A)* IJATIOH/ ,JACKMNWllg/ FLOKIDA SEPTEMBER 17, 1970.- ,
to exchange officials.
Closed since August for remodeling, the new facility is air-
: conditioned and sports a new look for exchange customers. Besides '
: toys and other items featured at the facility before closing, the NATTC Peeples Is Named Augus',1,1
{.i. retail operations will now be housed in the toyland area, NATTC's'
retail store will be closed today, tomorrow and Saturday to allow store
( employees to 'move into the newly remodeled facility. The sporting
; goods section,of the main exchange store will also be moved into the Serviceman of the Month
4r new shopping area. ,
f" In making the announcement of the store opening, Exchange officials -
I said hours of the facility will be from 9 a.m.; until 6:30: p.m.

1 Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. until p.m. on Saturdays. Jax The 'Serviceman of the Month' for August is ATNAN William V. '
; The exchange Christmas lay-away program will start with the
. opening of Toyland. Peeples'' of the Air Operations Maintenance Division He was one of four nominated ''q'

for the monthly award

Two HAS Officers Selected ,Airman Peeples was '
.Y t nominated by his division officer completed Junior College and,a Restaurant and a tour ,of St.
|or'' ,continuous outstanding year at the University of Gerogla, Augustine courtesy, of the USO., :
( / For Promotion to ''''.
Captain '
military and' professional per majoring marketing.. He :
, formance. He Is the transient line worked his way through collegeas Others nominated for the
., aviation support equipment petty a bank teller in Athens, Ga. award are ADJ1, Luther J. Knief '
Jax -- Two NAS officers Cdr. Leland J. Underwood officer, a job normally held by a As Serviceman of the Month, (AMD), AK3 Rolf B., 'Etmans ',d;
(commanding officer of Fleet Weather Facility') and second class petty officer. Airman Peeples' will receive a (Supply), and PN1 Betty J. ;
Cdr. Lewis I I. Wood (executive officer of NARF) have Peeples inspects and operates certificate to the Candlelight Harrow (ADMIN.) i

been selected for promotion to captain at a date to be 16 different ground support units 'j
and supervises several men who .. ,,f'1j, 0 Ai:.. "',....n' j" YH.u.t .<" W:':iJ1l.. ,, "i't'' n", I,: 'N.1''a'$' >>d-<< : 1
announced.Cdr. /, "<,"''''t, 't:Pi'Ii1! < F'K"IF\'t, \' )' >'"''f.'J.'..!,1.j '" .1"t" !t ;:'!f' \Ir''l\ / \ ;
maintain the equipment. Ac ")t "Ii-;;: 4"" \ '1 't''PIl'i ; -1 rJ' '> iii1 ,
Underwood became cording to his letter of '$ f. W:, ,if'i'i' :+ '1(1., ,: t' ), l'' : ;rNg- 'I
commanding officer at Fleet nomination, he has taken a >\1}: J( 'r.<:,<\";)"f 0'''>";5 ',"> .. !"tltV V\,:. \! ,c.j'\) ",<4'fi ,
Weather Facility in July 1969. He is a graduate of Clark special interest in indoctrinating :" 'I;.'
Previous to that he served for two College in Vancouver ,and the and training his crew' {I
years as environmental warfare University of California in 'While not actually working, '
officer with the commander Berkeley ,where he earned a with the equipment, Airman \
, Second Fleet. degree in industrial Peeples directs and services :
: A native of Galesburg, 111., Cdr. management. He received his transient and assigned aircraftby \-
Underwood joined,the Navy as an master's degree at the Naval utilizing his 'experience and
'": enlisted aviation machinist's Postgraduate School in 1968. applying his superior knowledgeto
','" mate and was commissioned an Cdr. Wood became executive solve the many complex
" ensign in May 1950. officer of NARF in June 1968. In problems encountered. \'
> He is a graduate of the Naval July 1969 he became com- 'His performance and untiring r
, Postgraduate School where he manding officer and re-assumed devotion to duty were evident the 1
\ studied meterology ,He, is duties as executive officer in night of March' 3, 1970. While *
, married and has three children. September 1969. assigned to the Line Desk Watch, '
f.:' A native of Vancouver, Wash., The commander and his wife Peeples observed a transient C-54 :
Vii I .' Cdr.Wood Joined the Navy in 1949 Sylvia have two children and they trying to taxi ,down the front -
'1 and was commissioned in October live at 2102 Hopkins St. in parking line. Having insufficienttime
:,'; 1950. Orange Park. to awaken the crew, Peeples
, rushed 'to the line and directedthe -

t"L" plane away from the parkingarea ON THE JOB-Alrman William "Peeples explains an aircraft engine .
preventing an almost starter to two of his crewmen while one of his supervisors, ATC Jim ,
t' certain collision with a parked U -
r, r. e 4Sr Billings, observes.Student. +! 11 aircraft. '
L" p .. According to his division officer -
':: ::1.e 'his professional per-
? formance and inate sense of tact Pilots Visit a
I, and diplomacy have earned him
: r and other line personnel many

I'. favorable distinguished comments visitors Peepleshas from NAS Jax, Cecil Field

been recommended for ad- r

:"'. vancement to third class. Jax-Forty-three aircraft from Field flying 'S-2, F9F, and FA-4 3
l Peeples has been assigned with the Basic Training Command in aircraft These students are "
AOMD since December 27, 1969 Pensacola arrived here Tuesday.The scheduled to carrier qualify .
d k6Y e after completing Avionics 'A' pilots of the T-2 jets and T-28 tomorrow through Monday 'j'
school at Memphis.A propeller planes carrier qualifiedon aboard the USS Intrepid. '
t native of Georgia Peeples is the USS Intrepid yesterday. All told, one hundred aircraft '
( the son of Mr. and Mrs W, S. and four hundred student pilots, ')'S
...-r.t" Peeples of 362 Laura Dr. in Today three units of advanced instructors, and maintenance t
Gainesville, Ga. Before joiningthe students from Corpus Christ! will personnel are involved in the
Cdr. Underwood Cdr. Wood Navy in April 1969, Peeples arrive here and, at NAS Cecil qualifying operation. :J{,

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. '

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4 Just For TodayReprinted ::";:::::::::' *: Devine

from the Observer, NAVFACENGCOM Norfolk, March


Every day is a precious gift. It is ours to squander or'to fill with

satisfying accomplishment. Real achievement comes from filling CATHOLIC

each day with useful,organized activity. For success comes one day at ,

a time and, as one productive day follow another, our achievementscan I NAVAL AIR STATION
amaze and delight us:
Saturday Mass 5 P.M.

Sunday Mass 11:00 A.M.
Just For Today,. :
J Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.
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JUST FOR TODAY, I will try to live through this{ day only and not .. Saturday Confessions
tackle my whole life problem at once. \ 10:30.: mis: a.m.

JUST FOR TODAY, I will be happy This assumes to be true what 1 ,
Abraham Lincoln said: 'Most folks are as happy as they make up their ta NAVAL HOSPITAL
minds to be.' Sunday Mass 8 A.M.

JUST FOR TODAY,I will try to strengthen my mind. I will learn

something useful. I will not be a mental loafer. I will read somethingthat ". NATTC
fff ',,- Sunday Mass 930 A.M. *
requires effort, thought, and concentration.
JUST FOR TODAY, I will exercise my soul in three ways: I will do Bldg. 500
MOMENTARY THOUGHT Gary Laun before signingthe
and found out if knows of it it pauses
somebody a good turn not get ; anybody ,
reenlistment that will add six to his four Navy
will not'count.. I will do at least two things I don't want to do-just for papers years year PROTESTANTNAVAL
career; Laun's wife Mary and son, Gary Jr. accompanied him for the
exercise. I will not show that feelings are hurt they
anyone my ; reenlistment with LCdr. C, D, Ray of Weapons Department, Laun
may be hurt, but uxjay I t Mil;not; show it. works in the Weapons Magazine. HOSPITAL
JUST FORTODAYrlV'Ill, be agreeable. I will look as well as I can, Sunday Worship 10 A.M.

dress becomingly'/talk/ ;t'&Courteously;: criticize not one bit, nor

find fault with anything; and not try to improve or regulate anyone but NAVAL AIR STATION.

myself. Sunday
JUST FOR TODAY, I will have a program. I may not follow it Holy Communion 8:30:

exactly, but I will have it..I will save myself from two pests: hurry and A.M. Bldg. 750 I

indecision. JI(&VQ( Church School (all ages)
JUST FOR TODAY, I will have a quiet half hour all by myself-and 9A.M. .

relax; During this half hour, sometime, I will try to get a better per- Junior Church (Nursery .

spectfvQ''ofmy life. grade 6)) 10 A.M.
JUST FOR TODAY I will be unafraid. I will not be afraidto
Especially The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different Divine Worship Service
enjoywhaf is beautiful and to believe that, as I give to the world, so meal schedules. Dining Hall No.1 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
the world'will give back to me.lYio's breakfast 6 a.m. to 7:30: a.m. dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m./and supper 4 p.m. to ,
5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.; Junior Youth Fellowship
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. supper 5:00 p.m. to 6:15. Both Dining halls ob 1 P.M. Bldg. 722
serve the same hours on week-ends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30 a.m. to
8:30: a.m.; brunch 9:30: 12:30: p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to 5:30: p.m. Senior Fellowship
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
In Charge HereBy cents;dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents.

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LCdr L. E. Allred, CMC USN Turkey, Giblet Gravy,Apple dressing, Christian Science
Friday September
Mashed Potatoes, Southern Style
This theme has been portrayed by a cartoon character seated Beans, Pumpkin Pudding Pie. 7 P.M.
BREAKFAST Hominy Grits
before a TV. Apparently he has been there for along time (empty food Eggs to Order, French Toast, Baked SUPPER-Beef Bralzed Patties Liver, Lyonnalse& Onionsor
containers around his chair), when this conversation takes place Beef Hash, Raisin Rolls.DINNERChicken Potatoes, Buttered Fresh Frozen Tuesday

with himself: 'Hour after hour. Where's my willpower?! should turn Noodle Soup, Mixed Vegetables, Ice Cream Sundaes Senior Choir Rehearsal

this,,off.Why am I sitting here watching people live their lives? I'm O'Brien Breaded Pork Potatoes Chops, Buttered Cream Gravy Fresh, 7 P.M. Bldg. 750

ashamed of myself. I should turn this off and do something else,,' Frozen Vegetables, Cranberry .. ;

In a moment of determination, he gets up and turns it off He stands Crunch. ',
before the set trying to decide what I to do next. But he can think of SUPPER..Beef Stroganoff, But. NATTCDivine
tered Noodles, Broccoli ,
nothing. He then says, 'Great Scott, what have I done?' Baking Egg Powder Biscuits, Ice Spears Cream Tuesday, September 22 Worship 12 P.M. >.
Looking back a few days, I can identify with this cartoon. The Sundaes. Bldg. 500Evening '

feeling of emptiness when a golf tournament was rained out-suddenly BREAKFAST..Buttered Hominy Worship 6 P.M.
canceling a couple of hours before the TV. I became aware of how Grits, Eggs to Order, Peach Hot Bldg. 500
Cakes, Grilled Ham Slices, Cake
uncomfortable it is to go it alone. Doughnuts. ,

I often ask God for the 'whatever-it-takes' to get up and do Saturday, September 1 19 DINNER..Turkey Noodle Soup,.

something worthwhile; for the initiative to take charge of my own life. Yankee Pot Roast, Natural Gravy,
Habakkuk Old Testament could not make of what EARLY BREAKFAST-Hot Oat. Rissole Potatoes, Buttered Wax
an prophet sense
meal, Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes Beans, White Cake, Caramel Fudge TrafficViolations
was happening in his time. He stayed on course, however, simply by Hot Baked Beans, Grilled Luncheon Icing.'
refusing to let others think for himself. 'I will take my stand to watch, Meat, Cake Doughnuts.BRUNCH..Barbecued. SUPPER-Submarlne Sandwiches,
and station myself on the tower, and look forth to see what he will say Beef Cubes, Baked Beans, Potato Salad,
Home Fried Potatoes, Buttered Peas
to me, and what I will answer concerning my complaintHabakkuk and Celery, Ice Cream Cups. Blueberry Pie.Wednesday.
2:1: RSV. SUPPER-Southern Fried Chicken,
The man of faith is not distracted by the mood of life about him. To Chicken Gravy, Bread Dressing,
I find meaning in his life, allows God to be in charge. He lives by faith Southern Sweet Potatoes, BlackeyedPeas The following is a report ot
, Buttered String Beans, Cherry ,September 23BREAKFAST. motor vehicle accidents and
and is not disoriented by canceled programs. Pie.
.. Hot Oatmeal, Eggsto traffic violations for the period
Order, French Toast, Grilled Bacon August 31-September 6. *
HOLDING A SHAKE OF YOUR FUTURE Slices, Raised Doughnuts.
DINNER-Pepper Pot Soup, Roast Number of Accidents
Sunday,September 20 Boneless Veal, Brown Gravy, Fried
Rice, Baked Corn and Tomatoes,
EARLY BREAKFAST Grits, Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Ice Cream This week 7
Eggs to Order, French Toast, Broiled Cups. Total accidents this year through
Bacon Slices,. Raised Doughnuts. SUPPER.Beef Pie with Topping,' September 223
BRUNCH..Baked Meat Loaf, Buttered Egg Noodles, French Fried
Tomato Gravy,! Mashed Potatoes Cauliflower, Baking Powder Biscuits, Number of accidents through
oxns- Buttered CornIce Cream Cups. Chocolate Cake, Cocoa Fudge Icing. September 1969. 328
SUPPEr Grilled Beef Steaks, Total number of days since last
Mushroom Onion Gravy, Oven Brown acci-
injury a motor vehicle
Potatoes, Buttered Brussel Sprouts,
Creamy Rice Pudding, Orange dent 95
Whipped Topping. Thursday, September 24

BREAKFAST-Buttered Hominy Number of Violations

Grits, Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes,
Monday, September 21 Baked Sausage Patties, Sugar Rolls. This week 52
JAX AIR NEWS DINNER.-Bean Soup, Fried Speeding 9
BREAKFAST..Buttered Hominy Chicken Mashed Potatoes, Creole
Reckless 4
Green Beans, Blueberry Pie, Driving
Grits Eggs to Order, Minced Beef,
Home Fried Potatoes, Apple Fritters, SUPPER..Barbecuest. Beef Going through stop sign 2
Raisin Rolls.DINNERTomato. Hamburger Buns, IIrlhc.h'"frled Oth violations 37
.. The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Potatoes! Buttered Limit Bans..
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Rice Soup, Roast Banana Gelatin. *..:. Twenty-two drivers appeared

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a| 'before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS September 10. Disposition of

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Tax Course OfferedJaxEducational the cases included the following:

Jacksonville by JZOO.noon on Monday before publication: News Eleven lost driving and parking

items are welcomed from all .sources- Telephone 772.3118 or privileges aboard station for
3119. Services in fee of $10.00 is due
on Oct. 7 with various periods; six were
offering a 60-hour course on the balance due the
by end of the assigned to complete an eight-
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Income Tax Preparation month. hour course in remedial driving;
concerning such should be directed to; beginning Oct. 7, For further information call one received six
a suspension;
Classes will meet on the 2nd
the ESO at extension
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY floor of Bldg. 200 every Wed- 2597. Were given warnings; one was

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 nesday and Friday from 6 p.m.. An Informational film dismissed; five were fined (U.S.
on Commissioner
until 9 It is offered to all ) ;; and five were
Telephone 388-2755 p.m. the Baha'i faith Is to be referred to their commanding
active duty and retired personnel
shown at the Protestant officers for
possible disciplinaryaction.
VOL. 28 NO. 26 SEPTEMBER 17, 1970 and their dependents.Cost Chapel Lounge tomorrowat .
of the class if $40.00 with noon.
Ten drivers
all materials provided. An initial were assessed
thirty-four traffic points.



t Cecil's NRS Chapter Cecil NWCA 121 News II

By Beverly Hosford Members are reminded to submit
designs for a guard This meetingwill
Seeking VolunteersBy Cecil Field Navy Wives Club concern by law revisions.
121 will hold its monthly husband
and wife social at Lake Newman Coupons
Marilyn Weber possible More extensive trainingis Recreation Center at 6:30: p.m.
. available through the Navy tomorrow. A potluck dinner will Members are asked to submit
; Who helps the Navy Relief Relief course which will be precede games and dancing. Mr their Betty Crocker coupons" to
, Society? conducted by a representativefrom and Mrs. Deane Fifield and Mr Mrs. JamesMcQuaid as soon as
Figures: indicate that a large the Washingtor and Mrs. Ralph E. Hosford will possible. ..1 r :
percentage of Cecil Field's Navy headquarters of the Society be host.
, and civilian personnel contributed beginning Sept 10 at NA: I Bazaar Items
l to the latest fund drive Jacksonville. Farewell Coffee

, for the Navy Relief Society And, The ,layette program, which Materials needed to make
}t in accordance with national NRS supplies all the necessary layette -- On Monday at 10 a.m. at the bazaar items are nylon hose, old
Heist, has been named VA87'sfirst
, policy, all ,of that money and items for needy Navy babies, 'Golden Warrior' home of Mrs. Deane Fifield, a jewelry, buttons, yarn, material
additional funds, if need be, from needs workers to cut, sew and'or plane farewell coffee will be held in scraps, plastic bottles and egg
I captain of the month This
Washington headquarters of the knit. This work can be done at par honor, Mrs. Henry Barnes, past cartons
NRS will be in aid to Cecil ticular selection of the July plane
r given home by anyone who would like national membership chairmanand
: Field servicemen and their to help but cannot give time for captain that it represents is the first a such distinctionin award past president of Jax Chapter BarbecueA
dependents. work outside the home. Several 86, who will be leaving for Japan, k
But ... WIIO HELPS THE friends armed with portable presented at VA87. ATR3 Heist soon. chicken barbecue will be held
was selected for this award for
NAVY RELIEF SOCIETY? sewing machines can turn out a It Oct. 10 across from the Westside
his' to work and his
A very scant handful of layette in less than a full mor- willingness Speakers Set ,Atlantic Bank, Tickets may be
efforts toward I
volunteers are operating the ning, having coffee and con professional purchased from any''member or
Cecil Field Branch of the versation. performance In promoting and At 9:30: a.m. Tuesday at the by calling Mrs. Clell Mitchell at

Jacksonville Navy Relief Society REMEMBER .... maintaining this command'sexcellent Station Chapel, the social ,. 772-0439.
With transfers, retirements, ,Navy Relief at Cecil Field has line .operations and educational meeting will featurea Members Wanted
I babies and other restricting helped servicemen and their safety record. speaker from the Florida

obligations, the small number is dependents from every squadronand Sheriff's Dept on self protectionand Wanted: YOU to come to our
::1, fast dwindling; dwindling to the department, on the base in a speaker from Seminole Navy Wives Clubs of America
point that it may become many ways, from financial aid to ARE YOUR Toastmistress Club. Cecil Field Chapter 121 meetingsin
necessary to close the Navy budget counseling to clothing the the Station Chapel the second
Relief door at Cecil Field. baby LEGAL AFFAIRS Council Meet and fourth, Tuesdays of each
Navy Relief offices throughoutthe ISN'T IT REASONABLE TO month, from' 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. I
world are staffed, for the HOPE .... INORDER .. The Southeast Area Council Nursery service is For
most part, by volunteer Navy that every squadron and meets at 10 a.m. NAS Jackson- .information, call frovided., -
wives active and retired. department would ,have, 'volunteers -*\ ? ville in the Chapter 86 clubhouse. bership chairman at 781-1615

\' There is a job for everyone who from their ,wives' con -"WM'''__."NW<......, _.u,..__ .._.
will volunteer tingent represented in the work
: WHAT'CAN YOU DO? that is being done, here on our ,
Volunteers are needed from base for,our people! L/Mf.- r WNOIESAIE .PR ICES To.ALLI
Cecil Field to work at the office The Navy Relief Office is open R

! as receptionists, typists and from 10 a.m, to 1 p.m., Monday
I caseworkers. Because the office through Friday. If you will helpus NEW & USED FURNITURE a APPLIANCES
:1 is small on-the-job training is to help us all, please come by SEE OUR''' NEW & USED'TV SETS,
or call extension 331 or 332. NEW & USED,

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. AOMD Personnel Honored At Ceremony .i ::1

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Jax-LCdr, Ralph A. Goslin, Air According to the citation accompanying plane captain section ADR1 L.C. crew) was presented a Navy Unit '( \" .

Operations Maintenance Officer, his award, LCdr. Potts and ADRlW. B. Wightman Commendation for serving I .
was awarded the Navy Goslin showed'exceptional skill, received both Aircrewman Wings aboard the aircraft carrier
Achievement Medal Friday initiative and resourcefulness' in and Good Conduct Awards. Ranger. Petty Officer Campbellhas
during AOMD's personnel inspection training staff personnel, and Others receiving Good Conduct been assigned to AOMD since f

Capt. J.R. Kincaid, established procedures and Awards were ADR1 L, 0. December I 1969.!}
NAS commanding officer, attended priorities for the maintenance, Beliveau (plane captain section 1
the ceremony to prsent ground support and corrosion ), ADJ2 II, Horace (check CNO Orders
awards to AOMD personnel. control of hundreds of aircraft. crew), AMS2 C.S. Robertson (air ,+"'>
LCdr. Goslin was cited for frames), ADR2 R.B. Plourde Red \,
professional achievement as Alrcrewmcn Awards (check crew), AD 113 J. F. Parke CarpetFor
assistant maintenance and (power plants) and ADRC P.E.
material officer on the staff of the Capt. Kincaid congratulated Nadeau Jr. (quality assurance), Air Crews Cdr., Wood

deputy commander of Fleet Air several men upon qualifying as Chief Nadeau also received a
Western Pacific, supporting Aircrewmen. Those who received safety award for his suggestionfor Jax-Transient plane crews Red Darters
Navy and Marine air units in Aircrewmen Wings are ADR2 Improving the department's arriving at NAS can expect to
Southeast Asia from Sept 23,1968to B.L. Ballard, ADJAN J.O. Witt aircraft safety program. receive the red carpet treatment
Have New XO
October 4, 1969. and ADJAN R.Dyer, all of the AE1 M.E Campbell (check from the Air Operation Depart ,

,. ment as the result of an order
from Adm Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr., Jax Cdr. Charles F. Cook, a

\ chief of Naval Operations. native of Smyrna, Ga., has
assumed the duties of executive
r Upon arrival at the air station, officer of Patrol Squadron 45.
the planes are greeted by a chief A graduate of the University of
I petty officer or, if the visitor is a
Georgia, he entered the Navy as
VIP, .by a commander who
I an aviation cadet and receivedhis
determines, their needs and sees commission in October 1955.
that they are fulfilled. If the crew
He was designated a Naval
desires quarters on base, transportation Aviator'in March 1956.

is provided to the Cdr Cook's wide range of naval
Enlisted Transient Barracks and
duty includes serving at
Transient, Dining
the BAQ. Columbia University as an in-,
also provided ',the
facilities are structor in Naval History at the

guests. NROTC Unit there While at

A.r While the crew is being Columbia, he pursued graduate
\1 t quartered and fed, their aircraftis study, and in June 1965, he
\ BUILD ON serviced and maintained by the degree.received his master of arts

< Air Operations Maintenance Cdr. Cook has also served as
Department so as to be ready at administration officer of Patrol
Model C2Don't 1 the scheduled time of departure. -
: I Squadron 17, and prior to
lust peek) Open wide your
a'' The CNO's order is applicableat to VP-45 he the
:I eyesl) You're not dreaming reporting was
YOUR. LOT huge 19 foot family, room is a this time to all naval air communications officer aboard
s i dream come true In thls.Bellalr stations, and states ,that at '
the USS .
.c 4'flV beauty. Separate dining room, 3 Saratoga' ( CVA-60))
commands where and
: : Bedrooms, 2 Baths our family #,, quarters He is married to the former
i hom.lf..nt.SIlC."V low In price' mess halls are not available, the
l Miss Patricia Simonds of Winter
r crews should be taken towhicheveraaequatefacilities
4 .ANYWHERE IN if are Park, Fla. 'They have three

.. nearest the base. children, and currently reside in
1 A NI N/ t : Jacksonville Beach.CLIPPER'SILVERLINE.
The order further states that
CLAY COUNTY Ns eLtEr commands originating flights

should to minimum those
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You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience of room.'A
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Federal Service Entrance Exam :3 -.

No Longer On Pass-Fail SystemAgencies

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may no longer use the class, or complete 36 weeks of ployees who might have been
written Federal Service En- employment as a cooperative screened out by the passing-score 1 A
trance Examination on a pass-or- education student. requirement will also help

fail basis to promote or reassign Under the changed policy achieve the goals of the govern 1 ,, .:
Federal employees into positions agencies may use the FSEE ment's upward mobility ""

which now require the test, according without a passing score only in program. ,
to the Civil Service 'combination with other
The plan will also help, ease .
Commission. measuring, methods such as reduction-in-force situations by '
The change,is in line with the interviews, appraisals of giving agencies more flexibilityin
government's improved merit potential and evaluations AWARDS Carroll Worth,
reassigning employees.All FIREMEN RECEIVE -' a firetigruer aiBldg.
promotion program. experience, training and per .,105,'receives a quality step Increase from',Cdr, O.'C. Andersen,
Men and women first applyingfor formance.The plan is expected to occupations which Security Officer. Capt. Mason Olive, also a firefighter (I) received a
Federal employment, in jobs contribute to quality staffing by presently require the test will be letter of appreciation from Cdr., Andersen for his contractors .
filled through the FSEE I must permitting agencies to make a affected. These occupations" are: In putting In a fire alarm system In Hangar 1000.
still pass the test, however, well-rounded assessment of Safety Management' (GS-018

unless they have a grade point employee abilities and personal classification series), Personnel SCHOOL SON. 1 S NERD ,,
Administration (GS-201)) Per-
average of 3.5, have a sufficientlyhigh qualities which are important to ,
score on the Graduate success in a particular position. sonnel Staffing (GS-212)), 'cci ou3ciIt4f. '
Record Examination, graduatein Opening advancement Position Classification (GS-221)), .
opportunities -
the top 10 per 'cent of their to lower grade em Salary and Wage Administration tN001.crsnw .
(GS-560)), Public Information

(GS-1081)), Writer and Editor ,
I Blood Bank Request DonorsJaxThe GS-1082)), and Technical Writer ,

Jacksonville Blood supervisors so they can t be> The '
passing score requirementfor \
Bank's mobile unit will be in schedule d\bef f" *"i 8:1: !s and 11:15. in-service placement will also ( )
Ward A at the NAS dispensary, Spaces and. times have been be abolished in single-agency c i iI isn
Bldg. 8, Tuesday morning from alloted for employees of NARF occupations; including the "i
8:15: to 11:15: to accept donationsto Public Works Supply, Security, following; LaborManagementReports

the Navy-Civil Service* Blood Comptroller and Data Analyst (GS-301)), Rent I /
Account. Processing. Persons from all Assistant
Supplement (GS-301)),
All civilian employees are other departments may report at Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Inspector '
eligible to draw from this accountfor any time between 8:15: and 11 (GS-1854)), and Customs 1, ors
themselves and their legal and .
a.m.Volunteers Entry Liquidation (GS-1894))
dependents at no cost. Since the are urged to eat
last Blood Donor Day, 180 pints of breakfast consisting of very Revised qualification standards
blood have been released to little fatty foods and liquids suchas for all occupations affectedby

employees or dependents. butter, oleo, bacon, cream and the new policy will be issued YEAR END
Employees who wish to con: milk (if it is eaten within four With the next regular printing of
tribute should contact their hours of the scheduled reportingtime the standards. r

). under of
Anyone 18 years
The Commission has also

1971 "SPANISH" written age unmarried permission and from without his service approved selection a change criteria Ip the for all in- 1970 Y ALUEIDEMONSTRATORS

( 60' x 12' Coaches) Also parents those may with not donate a history blood of management intern programs
which will prohibit agencies from
,hepatitis (jaundice), malaria,
'Pinecrest' $3995'Aquarius' using the FSEE written test as a
diabetes low blood
or pressure as
'screenout element)! Under
$4995 ,
well as those with colds flu or ,
existing training agreements,
'Georgetown' $5995POYCESMITB fever. Pregnancy is also a bar to
Federal ees must pass the
donating.The FSEE to qualify for management
Civilian Employee intern training, The revised After Our New Car Demonstrators have been
and Welfare
Association Recreation give each donor policy, also effective ,November driven 3,900 miles they are removed from service
M 1, calls for the continued use of '
ticket worth 96 cents for a full 'reinspected tuned cleaned polished prettied and
the FSEE, but not on a'pass-or-
meal at the cafeteria, or it may made; ready and displayed, in the' show
fail basis of several
5934 Phillips Hwy 733-4700 be exchanged for food and drinkat evaluation devices for ranking'mployees. room. During their short 3,900 mile break-in period

any of the Civilian EmployeeFood they are babied and kept'' ,in mint condition for
Services Board's facilities.
customer demonstration. New Car Guaranteed.NOW .

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**Ford LTD im =
U 1970 VW SEDANS with various accessory Items, some
HT AC PS PS V-8 AT R 8. ';
H. 3438 BLANDINGBOULEVARQ with air conditioning,and In the colors Blue, White, Beige,

..' 6S Olds Vista Cruiser 'SH5' I. Open 11130 10:00;: P.M. :Yellow... (.Four, ;,-f fp. choose from, )

AC, PS, V-1,-,AT, R 8., H< 3-' Friday and Saturday 11130* 11 P.M... 1970 KARMANN "OHIA 2/door/ Hardtop,'with various
accessory Items Including air conditioning, vinyl tops and
U 45 Dodge Peters $195 ; ( In the colors Blue, Green; Ivory. (Three of these)
Station Wagons .
1970 TYPE, III FASTBACKS with various accessory
= 65 plymouth PSY.8ATR&H.Fury III I79S U SHRIMP $1.49 Items, some" with automatic transmission air conditioning -

U CHICKEN $1.50 -- and In the .
; colors Beige, Red Green Black
6S Mustang $795 = CATFISH $1.60'' 'I
HT, V-8, AT (Seven to choose from),
= "
1970 TYPE III SQUAREBACKS with various accessory '

.. 43'500'Ford, 2 Falrlana Dr., HT, AC, PS, M95 V-8, I. Items, some with automatic transmission, and air con-

ATR&IH. ditioning, and In)the colors White, Beige, Red, Diamond

U MOMC Pick-up MM .. ,-SSS s--! i u Blue, Cobalt' Blue. (Five to choose from)

U Rigged for camper ; 1970 SEVEN,PASSENGER SEDAN BUS color Beige

2 Dr., HT, AC, PS, PB, 1970 VW PICKUP TRUCK color White. A very scarce
:" PWIndows PS, V-8,AT, R & H.M I U CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK model to


UeU SHRIMP CREOLE and a delicious
i 6S Plymouth Fury $450
4 Dr., AT assortment of Appetizers,
,. Soups? Salads and Sandwiches!
U 43 Plymouth $395 .'' REGENCY ( \ 9150

Plenty of cars from $195. to U
$995.Most can be financed with Fine Food at reasonable prices and the'best service In town.
little or no down
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i Registrations, for the onboard PIRATES COVE INN
( High School Program
which commenced classes Phil Cay and the Chantels will be appearing at the Pirates Cove
Monday will be accepted tonight, while the Mark Castle Combo is scheduled for tomorrow
throughout the 18-week term. evening. On Saturday there will be music by the Camelots, and the
Military personnel and their Coronados are on stage Sunday. Monday is the night to hear Lorenzo's
dependents may enroll in the Soul Treatment, and the Camelots return to the club Tuesday, The
program for a fee of $2.. The Tears of Joy will be appearing Wednesday.
i classes are conducted every
't Monday and Tuesday in the ACEY DEUCEY CLUB
Conference Room at Building 200 k
,( from 6 to 9 p.m. Courses ,being Tonight Jim Mann is scheduled to appear at the club. The Four of
'" offered are; history, civics, Chief Anderson Clubs will be here Friday and Saturday nights. The Jimmy Stricklen
English and math. ,'. Show will be the attraction Sunday evening. Wednesday's Happy Hour
Persons wishing to enter the From Airman i to ChiefLegendary will be from 4:30: to 6 p.m.
! program may do so by calling the
NAS Educational Services Officeat CPO CLUB
Ext. 2597. VP-5 Chief
On Friday there will be dancing to Phil Cay and the Chantels, and
Mel Gaden will provide the entertainment Saturday evening.Sunday's
f JORDAN'SHOUSE Leaves After 8 YearsJax special in the dining room is prime rib roast for 195. The music for
t WASHING the evening will be provided by 'Tommy 'C',,.

': MILDEW REMOVALJOHN AWC Gerald A. An- years with the Mad Foxes. OFFICERS CLUB
JORDAN (U$N IUTD) ,derson, a near legend in Patrol During his tour with the '
771-9473 Squadron Five, was recently squadron, Chief ,Aderson has Today there will be Duplicate Bridge starting at 10 a.m. and: later
transferred to VP-30'after'eight been aboard every ASW base in this evening there will be wine tasting followed by Beefeaters Night.
the Atlantic and the Tomorrow 19:30: a.m. theNAS Garden Club will hold a meeting at the
Mediterranean, and has''I served club.;'There will also be a Happy Hour from 4:30: to 7.::30 with piano bar
inun n under nine different commanding and sing-along. There will be a barn dance Saturday evening, but the
officers.; Main Brace will be open for regular patrons.The .
MILITARY-AUTOMOBILE Chief Anderson entered the
: Navy,in October 1960, and after dance will be held from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m., with CountryWesternor
I 111 'A' School, he reported to VP-5 casual attire. Music for the evening will be provided by Tommy 'C'
for duty as an ATNAN.In and the Seminoles and there will be Hayrides, a Square Dance Group
:: demonstration and an old fashioned Chuck Wagon menu. Tickets are
MILIT ARV-ALL RANKS t AGES October, 1968, Anderson on sale at$5.00 per person at the'0'Club. I
LOW RATES EASY PAYMENT PLAN changed his rate to AW-1 while on'
.' General Agents for deployment to Rota Spain Whilein Cocktails will be served from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday.The regular
q AMERICAN'SERVICE MUTUAL INS. CO. Bermuda in ,1969 he had Sunday Buffet is also scheduled. Bridge will be played Tuesday at
decided to leave the Navy for 12:30: ,and Wednesday's Ceiling Zero Happy Hour will take place from
CONJINENTALINSURANCE personal reasons. An unexpected 630.: .':
promotion AWC in Novemberof
that year changed his mind.
On the squadron's most recent
6479 deployment to' Sigonella, he
Roosevelt Blvd._388-7676; Near NAS served as ,tactics division chief Jonathan JewelersJEWELRY .
petty'officer.. His, efforts con
r tributed to the squadron's win-
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48 MUSTANG, $1797
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L //Mrs. Tanzler/ Addresses JOWC Kick-Off /Meeting

Jax-Mrs.Ann Tanzler, wife of flower arranging, gardening, golf resources: the Navy and the St.
Mayor Hans Tanzler, spoke to art, bridge, tennis, horseback Johns River 'We are working to
members of the Jacksonville riding, stitchery and cake help the Navy and provide better
Officers' Wives Club at the annual decorating. The Orange Park housing stated, 'and to clean
kick-off coffee September 9 Little Theater invited all up the St. Johns River'
at the Officers Club. members with an interest in
Also on hand to welcome the rw
The coffee boasted the greatest drama to join and assist on the wives was RAdm. Lawrence L4T
attendance for the club in many production staffs. Heyworth Jr., commander Fleet f4
years. According to Publicity Air Jacksonville, who pledged ?
Chairman Anne Lavin, 270 wives Guest Speaker Ann Tanzler support and cooperation to the
attended the meeting to join and welcomed the wives to the 'Bold JOWC during the coming year
I participate in the various special New City of the South', and NAS Commanding Officer, Capt.
interest activities offered wished them a pleasant tour of John R. Kincaid, also vowed his ,
through the club. This year's duty Mayor Tanzler's Aide,John support and urged the wives and )a .3 pd9_
r interest clubs will offer lessons, Waters, commented on their husbands to support the t, ::' I IfiA
lectures, and demonstrations in Jacksonville's' two greatest Officers Club. ::1i I

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Tanzler (second from left) at the Jacksonville Officers Wives Club
kickoff coffee are(L-R) Mrs. Cummings,coffee chairman; President
Corky Heft;and First Vice President Pat Loomis '

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JAX AIR NEWS I Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

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NAS Jacksonville for publication the following Thursday. Ads - - -

LATWINGER r arriving too late for this deadline will be
Thursday, September 17 Monday, September 21
:NAS Cecil Field published .the following week unless the
publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or
NAS: 'My Side of the Mountain' NAS: 'Where It's At' starring
money order for the full cost of the ad must be
starring Ted Eccles, Theodore Davis Janssen and Rosemary fir'
received WITH the for the ad. ,
copy Bike! Color Adventure drama. Forsyth. Color comedy 'R' G, 'I.' '
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) (2.00
'G' E. ((100 mins.) ((104( mins.) ;'
Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) "
Hospital: 'Hannibal Brooks'starring Hospital: 'Paint Your Wagon'Tuesday \;

Oliver Reed and Michael

Pollard. Color war comedy, 'GP'G

... .... ,.."....,..... .. ,."...: ,....:."... FOR SALE ((101 mins.) September 22

i : ,:!:;.;.'. .. ,." mo.New, 3 Under& 4 BR FHA Homes.235Louise Low dwn._ Low. IF C1ssiWiY NAS: 'Death Rides a Horse'starring

T. Bailey Friday, September 18 Lee Van Cleef and John
Realtor 771-3605 hV k Phillip Law Color Western. 'GP'G

SERVICE WIVES '. NAS: 'Sleeping Beauty' color ((114 mins.)

Jobfinders CLERICAL, 1372 JOBS Cassat.OF ALL 387.5626 KINDS FOR SALE OR RENT fairy tale animated cartoon. 'G' Hospital: 'Where It's At'VVednesdaySeptember23
1022 Park Street, 3547888. RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your TEACHER E. ((75 mins.)
Many years experience.) Near Ortega,
equity or let us rent home
Hospital: Side of the
Venetia, Stockton schools. 3897622. 'My
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for "
map, sales and rental list, Call Powellor Mountain'

:::1 ti MISCELLANEOUS;!:;:,:!:! Mills ORANGE, USN Ret.PARK 2642411.REALTY }};k:5,"4AVr:N"XS'AM1S4'VSWM1' 1Y..:'n nm.':M1M'S"0'{".yAAIvY ; NAS: 'On Her Majesty's Secret"Service' '
2 ; NrisvE'i4vBE
sp.ngv\5; h}}};#'r''tin'fM1WkGs<} ; ; 'TRANSfWRTATlONAUTOMOBILE
; MILITARY, FREE NOTARY. \i;;"';'.,S;"kv}+k.,6hwYpnjs, ; ,;4nP...w.'...........JhS,:h'Ks"'.w .."ssttii";":; Saturday, September 19 starring George

Lesenby and Diana Rigg. Color i' .

A RADIO OR 'FOR SALE NAS: 'John and Mary starring 007 drama 'GP' V G. ((140 mins.) "

TVANNOUNCERRecordedmessage New 3 BR, 2 B, Home with blt-ln-klt., FURNISHED Dustin Hoffman and Mia Farrow. Hospital: 'Death Rides a

by leading an. Fam. Rm., WW-Carpet, 2V car East and West Coast. 353-3691. Color drama. 'R V. G. ((92 mins.) Horse'I'';.
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour garage
t t
Hospital: 'Sleeping Beauty'NAS
3552944. Louise Bailey .tI\\\

Realtor 771-3605 67 PONTIAC CATALINA Matinee: 'Trouble with The following tickets.are now i f'

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS 2Dr., HT., All Power, New Vinyl Top, Girls' starring Elvis Presley and on sale at Special Services Bldg. :'h
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape WATERFRONT HOME AM-FM Stereo Tape Deck, Extra Sheree North. Color comedy ((97 704( : I.
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Orange Park, 4BR., 2B., Ig. fireplace, Clean. Call Lou or AI 7213000. mins)
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. cent. H & facilities, modern
kitchen, Intercom throughout, Ig. 68 HARLEY DAVIDSON SAVORY BROWN AND .
dining rm., Ig. fam. rm"Call for appt. 125 cc. 2,000 miles. Like new. 1800 CHICKEN SHACK Sept. 20 ,''

AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 771-0117 anytime. Blanding Blvd. Apt 10. 3844603. Sunday, September 20 $3.00, $4.50, $5.50ATLANTA

Auto AC., Central & Window Units HAWKS
serviced and repaired. ,NAS: 'Paint Your Wagon'

Tylers 4711 Heating Palmer&(Air Lake Conditioning Shore) m if[:}''sA'YkY1'r;: ; ;:; ."Iij;.;( \ '1. 4DR, Sedan 64,PLYMOUTH Rebuilt engine, new starring Lee Marvin, Clint $3.00 BOSTON; $4.00 CELTICS, $5.00FESTIVAL Sept. 23 -

388.5161WASHERANDDRYER tires. $500 or best offer Tel. 3875553. Eastwood and Jean Seberg. Color OF STARS Sept.
musical western. 'GP' E ((166
25 $2.00, $3.00, $4.00


Fast repair and Installation. We 2 BR., Apts., turn., or unfurn., Dishwasher Take up payments, radio, fish finder, Hospital: 'John and Mary' $3.50, $4.50, $5.50
specialize In home service.7812790. or Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth trailer, 4 wheel tandem with brakes.
7812404. Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. Chrysler engine V8. Ask for George
Asker 355-4042.

Wilford's Fish Camp2649707. 2 BR, LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., --- J .;
Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off .;,
street. Water, Garbage & Sewage VOLKSWAGEN, INC.
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus .
.. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. tax) 387.2541, Weekends 389-0744. : -
Pick up & Delivery Available. SELLING USED CARS-O I
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing.
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard FURN. APARTS.
accepted Visltors..welcome. 5085 Avondale, $90 a month Includes water,
Edgewood Crt. 389.0064.NORTHWESTERN sewer, garbage. 1503 Seminole Rd. 100 GUARANTEE
Mr. Gross 3984531. ,


Complete set 10 Irons, 4 woods, bag, 69, FORD LTD $2300
covers, balls, & 'umbrella.. Sacrifice "i, \t"i7 'r" :"""v ;;:: :"

$125. 3888317. /n VV};;? 'iI'. 44"; i s;"kYi' \ ,pfw Station Wagon, Special pricel
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FURN BARGAINS r;:;;, : "t.1tt4 %!; 69 FORD Country Squire $2650
Brand New Sofa's Chairs Dinette ,
sets.Queen size Beds Buffett Below r>'"":(\l..7", 'g\ ,,''" !i"' Station wagon, 9-passenger, V-8, Factory air, Auto

Wholesale. Hart Mobile Homes.. 10607 trans., Power steering and brakes, R&H, WWT.
Atlantic Blvd.JOANN'S tJ 9pp4'y.!> '*'<
;i 0J,"' :,d' 68 CAMARO $1900

EXPERT GROOMINGAll k, ; ";?G; ii<, That lady in the Super Sport, V-8, Auto trans., power steering, R&H
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breeds. 4640 Blanding Blvd. across ''!'.w.''kj" f .
from K Mart. 7714850. Mon thru Sat. '1(1i' f.
JJf >> funny hat is $695
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8306.: For Sale AKC Reg. Poodle J':."\ Puppies. t Sedan, 4-speed, R&H.
;"';L. 1,,: ': following youl'
"" "" ;'liy.l 69 KARMANN GHIA $2295
COIN-OP LAUNDRYDry '4r ""f l':.>J:""
,tJ:: ;< 1r.:4" Y S A4'g Her mind'son
cleaning & Alterations. 30 cents -': J;,,\rf. Automatic Transmission, R & H, One owner, 13,000 miles.
wash 5 cents dry. Vs' mile north NASIn 1.> !!-f'd,$,:. her new hat, not on her driving. And she
Yukon. Open 7 days a week.. :$k4,){ '1;r.{<::'J ; R Fi might try to pass you when there's not nearly 69 KARMANN GHIA $2250

;'<(J/4V, 's enough room.Always drive defensively..
BABY BED MATTRESS 1\t ) 4-speed, R&H.
$25. Ph. 781-7727. Like new.IlflllIllll .

",";'Vlif tf':{; "4 Watch out for theother; guy! 69 VW Station Wagon $2250.

t-lf!>{ }$ Published to taro cooperation with The Radio and heater.
<: / .
F,1 .,
_lffjl '. >,} Advertising Council and the National Safety Council
: : ak6s ld ,.:i'f Y fjv b 68 VW Squartback $150
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W\1bfi1: ;:;,' "I...:>,'d/?",*:'i'l', I -r ,R&H. WW tires, New paint, Extra Sharpl!

1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS, clean modern ,> !p.' 'il.f1lrl 66 ,VW Fastback $1300
3893007. :' :' : A.f:
trailer and Apts.'J 7
;fi'y7p- > < R&H, New ,,Paint almost new engine..VOI..KSWAGENSl.

MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea HAt"xt"Wlf'>1 uZ4".. ; ,. }fl,
( Mobile Home Park) '/4' mile f!' .h"F ; 'h';>;rs; '.(t" .
North of NAS, lots and rentals. Near f W'j;;;, ?' ,i h:1.: ; .JIL/iilf
> $ LY >
center. Clean, tU '" I"v "
schools and shopping if! 1 cI"
and reasonable rates, Manager on Y'4r' :;! ,..JjY"",! 63 to '69-MANY TO SELECT FROM! .
premises.Children and pets welcome. '>; :, Jt;, N h yL+yNNlyl' 7M7 .;Y: bey" M!Y,,+,.. ''s"
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6301 Roosevelt 3846264. 1.f" ''i *" / ,1" SPECIAL!
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ili 111.!;'lgliJ1.II'HIDDEN Y Hb""nuIIs from hi.WATERFRONT ..xn..+.
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WATERS' )t v. f.) Jtr ,,', .if/ :::".! up. WESTSIDE

Black Creek, Canal or' Lake lots COTTAGESMOBILE
available. Excellent fishing, boating,

permanent swimming. home Mobile area.Home High area., wooded Also SWIM, ANYONE Gale Olson HOMES VOLKSWAGEN, INC.

lots. E.Z Terms. One mile E. Lake reminds us: "Unless you'rean CAMP SITES
Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. expert swimmer, don't go 1150 Lilt Avt., St. ,.... 71.5511
the water without some W. I Co. -
near Clyde Simpson
in Open Daily 8to8:30.Saturday: 1 to 5
thing inflated to use an ,
BY OWNER emergency. A chest-type life REALTOR 356-6849 Sunday lt., PM
Cedar Hills, Reasonable. 3BR.;, 2'/jB. "
TrI-Level. 771-0489. ring keeps the head afloat.


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FOOTBALL with his usual 'boyish' night of bowling protecting a slim
!'I< exuberance contributed onegamelead over runnerup
National League: Marines 30,
N N Admin received the
f VA8618. John Nelson threw TD the Dent-Med 'attack. Ops is VA-174.
shock of their lives when the
still unscored on.
to Gary Redenpenny ,
No. 1
American League: VA-82 cellar-dwelling
John Mills, Gene Telles and Jim
AEAN PLACIDO BRAVO of five downed Admin three gamesto
squeaked by VA-87,12-6 on passes
Clayton to off-set an early 12-
VA-45 was presented with a OED 'HELLRAZOR' OF THE Meanwhile VA-174 took
by Brydges to Brasfield and one. ,
certificate certified by the MONTH-A03 James D. Cozine, point lead by VA-15. Pennachia. four straight games from VA83to

American Counsel of Education Jr., of VA-174 was named as The Marines unlimbered their VA-87 blanked VC-4, 24-0. win the title.Individual .
Sailor of the Month of heavy artillery Monday and
Sept. July. O'Hara was the big scoring story trophies are to be
stunned VA-15 team
swamped a for the winners as he ran 10 yardsfor awarded to DelVecchio for high
I 70-0.()() Nelson tossed TD strokes to
one score and passed for three average ((178)) ; Stilley, high
(twice) Mills twice)
Clayton (
others. series scratch ((637); high
Telles, Redenpenny and Jim VA-82 downed VA-81, 166. game scratch ((244)); Schutte,
Rosato. Nelson scored his second with ((637))
Quarterback Brydges tossed a high series handicap ;
career touchdown on a 20-yard 30-yard strike to Brasfield and a Pekar, high game with handicap
bootleg play around right end. 15-yarder to Ryan. ((253)), and the most improved
Gary Northrup scored from 40 VA-174 57, VA-45 0.Coach Don bowler trophy to Spurgeon. Team
yards out on an intercepted pass, Jackson described the game as so and individual trophies will be
and Rosato completed the monontonous that he couldn't awarded to the first three teamsin

'.' SOUTH CHINA SEA Gracing the beach at Cam Rank Day on carnage with Lt. a 40-yard: scoring the toe recall how the scoring was the league. Final League
the South China Sea is Capt. Bea M. Marin, one of many lovely scamper. Beaty put achieved. However, he does standings:
nurses attached to the 12th U.S.A.F. Hospital, Republic of Vietnam. back in touch football as he recall booting a 'dropkick' for a VA-174 No. 1 6712.28'12Adm
-- booted PATs. Nearly all the In 72-32
PAT. Some questions as to
Marines scored Dental 62.38
except the water
whether the I attempt was successful -
and defensive
boy ace,
not is still
MASTERCHARGE Credit Cards Honored or being Operations 52-48
Moore. argued,but Don will take it away.I AMD 48.48
Coach Bullet Brown's Dental usual VA-83 49V -50Vj
erroneously reported (a
MAll Medical squad spoiled their Medical 48.52
last week that VA-81
occurrence) '
ROOSEVEU VA-174 NO.2 42V-S7'/j
perfect record: They beat AMD 8
downed VA-45 in overtime 7.6. NAMTD No.1 38'h-53'
{ -6. Bob Walker scored on a five The Blackbird's fine coach
yard run and passed to end Rick naturally corrected me. Sincere Navy Breaks Tradition;

car wash Moses for the winning PAT. apologies. OKays Civvies on Board .
Brown is still shaking his head. It Athletic Director Tom
is hoped that success with not
McGuckin has announced that WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
spoil the team. competition will commence in In a pilot program aboard shipsin
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Rich Strand tossed touchdown table tennis Oct. 12, squash Oct. tho Atlantic and Pacific, the
HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM passes to Skie and Kjosa as VA-83 19, and basketball on either Nov. Navy is breaking with an old
blanked VA86140. The VA-83 is tradition and allowing some firstclass
9 or 16. It not too early to make
defense played their best game of petty officer crew mem-
plans for entering a team.
the season. bers to stow civilian clothes
Vacancies still exist for teamson
aboard The test
ship. program,
r Ops 30, Dental Medical 0. Big
the Thursday night bowling which no restrictions on
I Make Your HolidayReservations !Ed!: Lord managed to hang onto league the style or type of clothing the
:wo soft passes from ace quareerback BOWLING men wear when away from the
Taylor to lead the Ops ship, was started at the requestof
EARLY! icoring attack. Taylor also hit National League: Sad Sam's the Chief of ;Naval Operations
Hall andBart for scores. Lord Admin team entered the final Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt

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DON'T FORGET! ALL CIVILIANS I (Where the Good Life is included in the rent.)

I Dependent's or Otherwise .- may take advantage I
i of our services and convenience. I
.......1111111"1111111 We have 6 (yes six).swimming pools. 0 And 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville, Fla.
2 tennis courts 0 Plus shuffleboard and bad. Phone: 781.3818
minton 0 With congenial young neighbors to ti ,,,, ? RENTING HOURS:
help1' enjoy them. 0 All only one block from Mon.Thru Sat: 8:30.6:30; Sun. 1.6:30
: golf and an elementary school-with other 1
L DIRECTIONS Out Roosevelt
: Blvd.,
C mmAIRLINE schools, shopping centers and boating min s turn right on San Juan-Continue past
utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the FN, t Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown -turn left to apartments
(JAMTO) Jacksonville in 15. 0 Apartments have indi ,. IN f
vidually controlled heating and air conditioning -
: 3 Locations to Serve You carpeting, draperies, and sliding glass '" .: ARLEN

a1 NAS JAX: Bldg. 13 Main' Gate Ext. 2449 or 387-2811 door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can \ .
.move into a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment today ,/'h
HOURS,0745.1700 Monday thru Friday ,
Furnished or unfurnished.
$ rI .I.L"6.E. W5oTGARDEN
H4C >
a NAS CECIL: Finance Office, Phone 771.3211, Ext. 8122 FROM MO '
MAYPORT: Building 24, Phone 246-7496
1600 Monday thru Friday
and Managed by Arlen' Properties, ,Inc .

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SEPTEMBER 17, 1970 '

. Navy Exchange Offers Duty Swaps

I Expanded LayAwaysAs By Made Computer Easy

an added service to patrons, is Halloween A big selection of Jax Navy personnel wishing

the Navy Exchange has expanded candy and costumes will be I't a< i swap duty stations withii
its layaway policy to featured at the Navy Exchange.Be N mother member of their service

include all retail merchandise sure to have a good supply of may now do so with a minimum

items. film and falshbulbs on hand to ((1, personal effort due to a new
Under the recently revised record the happenings of this fun T computerized program Implemented -

plan, it is now possible to have day. .,. by the Chief of Naval
any, item put aside on the .'.QI ,I'' Personnel.
layaway plan. Payment for the Services t Beginning this month, all

merchandise that you select may vu., persons desiring swaps will fill
be spread over 60 days, provided Fall is the time to winterize out a 'No Cost Transfer In-
one-half of the full purchase priceis your automobile. Check with + 4 formation Card' which will be

paid wishing 30 days of the your Navy Exchange service sent directly to BuPers upon
purchase and the balance is paid station for their 'winterizing' I approval by the individual's

within 60 days. special It's an excellent ,op- commanding officer. Requests
Buying Christmas toys for the portunity to have your radiator which are favorably recommended
youngsters can run into a flushed, coolant added, hoses are processed in the

sizeable expense. For your checked and chemicals added. THE NAVY COMMENDATION MEDAL was presented to Cdr. central, automated Exchange of

convenience, the new layaway Are you a sports enthusiast?' James Schriner, SC, from Capt. J. R. Klncald, NAS ,commanding Duty Program, and matching
plan includes'a special payment Televiewing can be complemented officer, for meritorious service as commanding officer of the Navy cards are'sent to the appropriate
schedule for' these items. with lively discussion Regional Finance Center In Brooklyn from July 19(7 to 1970. Cdr.Schrin'er rating, control officers for final

Payment for Christmas toys may with your shipmates over' a Is credited with establishing several new computerized determination.When .
be spread over 90 days provided refreshing drink or snack at the applications for financial management and expanding the center's the swap is negotiably
that final payment is, made by Pirates Cove Inn which has three financial service to its present high level. Cdr. Schriner became the approved,it is ordered; if not, the .".
December,15.; color TV sets for'your viewing NAS Comptroller In August, ; card is returned to the file for
The layaway plan can be useful pleasure.At continued weekly processing.If .
for your Christmas shopping this you are: interested.
year and it might be an incentiveto change of season, when Mad Foxes Get' Awards swapping duty,, stations, and
start your shopping earlier., garments. and Uniforms are being would like, to'take' "'advantage of'

Check with the Exchange for stored, thorough, laundering' this convenient program, call',or,
specific details. drycleaning is recommended.Soil For ,ASW OperationsJax visit the NAS Personnel Ofice'in
food stains, or 'foreign :'
Building! and ask ,for a 'No
chemicals in
Your Navy Exchange in October clothing over long Cost Transfer information Card:
periods of time contribute to Seventy six of the Mad mission'' resulted, in most im The number to call for ,further

Now that children are in school, damage and deterioration. Your'' Foxes of Patrol Squadron Five portant 'contributions to the information is 2376.PARTTIME.
some mothers have a little extra Navy Exchange is equipped to have been awarded the ,national security and defense of
time on their hands The woman provide the proper care for all thefamily's Meritorious Unit Commendationfor the United States., By, their

who sews 'can' put ,this time to ,, clothing. Additionally, operations conducted while courage,' perseverance and
good use,with sewing items at the rain-proofing, moth-proofing, deployed to Bermuda in 1969. devotion to duty throughout this t FULL TIME
'minor repairs and alterations are Secretary of the Navy John H. period, the officers and men of
Navy Exchange Sewing Center. '
This Includes extra needles, avaiable on request Chaffee authorized the award for Azores,Antisubmarine Warfare Mil odd F.*il.
services set forth in the following 'Group upheld the highest
thread, patterns, cutting shears If looking for We have day time and
you're a quick citation': 'For meritorious ser traditions of the United States
and other latest sewing accessories.The and easy pick-me-up, check the vice from 16 September' to 7 Naval Service,' 'evening posltl nsoperi.STOCK'MEN .
word in teen
Navy Exchange vending November 1969 during antisubmarine In forwarding the Com
fashions this Fall is the 'Frontier'look
machines conveniently located warfare operationsin mendation, Cdr. R. T, Thomas,.
Suede jackets and shawls
around the station., You'll find
the Atlantic Ocean. Faced with commanding officer of VP-5, CASHIERSSALES
with both
dangling refreshing soft drinks, energy- extremely complicated, .'noted the outstanding per.
attractive and for the
practical boosting candy .bars, crisp demanding, sensitive antisubmarine formance of the men in the CLERKS
upcoming cool' l ,weather"" ., Com cookies and other tempting taste warfare control squadron during the,. extensiveASW ,
plementing'the frontier' style is treats in a wide variety of operations, Azores An operations in the area of the Ca 355-4321 for further
the boot of soft leather'
squaw selections. tisubmarine Warfare Azores which made them worthyI
Group information and Interview
,and Indian trim:
Men's 'jewelry particularlycuff What better time than today to carried out a highly importantand I of this special l recognition.
: ; replace those old, worn-out sensitive mission' with out-
links,' is taking a big step
standing skill and dedication. The
forward ,this season with ,the'wraparound' glasses'with a new pair.on'
at successful. conclusion of ,this "1
display your Navy Exchange .
being, the most: -.I.. _
popular i style.:Keeping in tune 3 ways to buy.
with the,'Thirties' look of today, GREAT SAVINGS ON ALL GREEN I
cameo cuff links are expected to TAGGED MERCHANDISE,
be,the fashion highlight. DURING GENERA L'S "

Why ,not preserve ,and protect GREEN' TAG 6ENEpgt .
those summertime vacation TlRE'SALE'USED rlsE G

photos in, a family album?, The BEEN TAG
Exchange is now featuring photo
albums in various sizes. 118;

Hunting'season is open and the lAtE
woods' and fields. 'are full of Is We've priced Qot'em to ;,,and the ell hens ,.,' "1' ,"

hunters'I in' search of game. The uvinas,,,first mov11 come the'first, o served Is on,, so to stop In lode Y sad,every green Po88ed f Ira I
sport shop,has a Variety of out these fenfetfic
door equipment available including ,

,tents, cooking utensils, *'* >W3sMifi
and warm clothing to meet your,' Money isn't
needs; i a / DooiwKT
Rainwear is an important itemin
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Promotions volume of work that is conducted finished first in a class of 12

f.f, through the legal'office. Marines with an average of 85.03 tll 1 T
Jax Eight Marines attached LCpl. Edward S. Quaintance percent.
: to the Marine Air Training received a Meritorious Mast for
,: Support Group here were his work as administrative clerk Farewells $
promoted to sergeant last week for AE Marine Liaison from Feb. .s"N 4
( during ceremonies conducted by 24, 1970 to August 3, 1970
LtCo). L E. Blanchard, MATSG Master Sergeants Kenneth L.
CO. His citation reads in part: Yoak and James R. Mencum are _
The new sergeants are BernardA 'With the large amounts of AE leaving the command this month
) Bateman, Edwin L, Bornman, Marine students being promotedeach and heading for WestPac. MSgt.
i t David A. Gunderson, Richard A. month, you have worked Yoak has been here since April
Drach, Blaine E. Griffiths Jr., many hours at night to have the 1968,and was the training chief of
1. Stanley F. Meyer, Roger A Voth warrants completed on time. the MARMEC School. MSgt. ,,
r and Roger K.., Willingham. Your untiring willingness to Mencum joined the command in
A meritorious promotion to the better the functioning of AE 1965, and served as instructor .
rank of lance corporal was ad.. Marine Liaison is noted by all.' counselor of the,'MARMEC 'P'
ministered to Paul M. Dressel School.
LCpl. Larry B. Sawyer was
September 8, and LCpls. James given a Meritorious Mast for his Both Marines received Unit
f R. Edwards, Donald J, Bortz and work as a student ,at the AO 'A1 Plaques in appreciation of their GREETS NEW ,QIC -. LCdr. John A. Landry receives a hearty
\ Charles A Toole all received School. The lance corporal fine work at the command. 'Welcome Aboard' from Lt. Robert J. Thompson whom he relieved as
their crossed rifles last week. ___-_-__.__.._. m J, ,j. 1 officer in charge of FAETULANT DET Jax during a ceremony
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,; meritorious masts. Cpl.) Wenns B. \ available on request,to Disposal. Tuesdays and Fridays from 8:30:
Lee was cited for ,his work as to 11:30 a.m. and from 1 to 3 p.m.
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ending Sept. 2, 1970. The citation y PCS Orders Will NAS Main Gate.,
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By YNSN Stella Gawlinskt llM
Jax There's a group of on aerobics. Aerobics refers to a reenlisted in the Navy for four
enlisted personnel who has been variety of exercises that more years. Cdr. Roy H. Paxson,
runnning circles around the base stimulate heart and lung activity Jr. conducted the ceremony
every day about noon time. Theyare for a time period of sufficient Friday ,
the 'Run for Lunch Bunch.' duration to produce beneficial AE1 Michalek first enlisted in
The group was started about changes in the body. Typical the Navy in 1955., lIe was '
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seven weeks ago by SSgt.W, P. aerobic exercises include previously stationed with VA93at b .I
Norris, one of the instructors at walking running, swimming, Lemoore, Calif and is
the AE 'A'School here at NATTC. and jogging. if you have any presently a student at the AE 'B'
Since then his followers have further questions about the School at NATTC.
picked up in number The group program, get in touch with SSgt. He is married to the former
consists of: AECS R. H. Parks, Norris at the AE 'A'School or call Miss Kathryn Marsh. They and
SSgt. W P,. Norris, SSgt. R, H. extension 3753. After all, you their son, Donald John, reside in
Paines, GySgt. W E. Ramberg, have nothing to lose but excess Orange Park. The first class + tr r
Sgt B. A. Bateman, weight, and a healthy trim figureto petty officer likes to spend his
AE1 Gilbertson, AEAN Ruble, gain. spare time fishing, hunting, i cl +sM
AEAN H, W Parry and YNSN S. repairing appliances and doing
M. Gawlinski. Reenlistment wood work
The 'Run for Lunch Bunch'

uses an exercise program based AE1 Donald J, Michalek ,AE 'A'Honor Class

HONORED.. Ma|. Donald R. Stanton, MARTD operations officer
Naval Air Test Center Needs Congratulations to the studentsof receives the Distinguished Flying Cross from retired Brig. Gen. J. F.
Class 102 for
I winning Dobbins. Mal Stanton earned the nation's fifth highest award for his
competition for Honor Class in service in Vietnam.
More Volunteer Test PilotsDue the AE 'A' School for the week of
August 31 through September 4.
to a shortage of test pilots and weapons systems.The The students are to' be commended
the Naval Air Test Center is school needs' NFOs, VA, for winning this honor
seeking volunteer pilots (from Lt VAH, AEW, VF and ASW pilots with a total of 980 points.
(jg) through LCdr) to apply for and particularly' helicopter
the Navy Test Pilot School and pilots, since about 60 per cent of Honor Students WA NTYOURB.
subsequent assignment to a all aircraft procured for the WE
three-year shore tour at the test military are rotary wing. AOAA Donnie R. Hopkins
center. Interested in graduated as Honorman of Class
pilots may apply
This is an opportunity for accordance with BUPERS INST. 019 of the AO 'A' School on Sep $1500.00 OFF
outstanding naval aviators and 1331 3F and BuPers, will usually tember 9. His average was 90.35.
naval l flight officers to engage in make their names available to AOAA Hopkins enlisted in the SERVICEMEN
challenging and interesting the'board by the time the can Navy on February 6, 1970. He will TO
projects for the improvement of didate is due for rotation to shore be transferred to Fighter
current aircraft and the duty. Squadron 124 at NAS Miramar,
development of new aircraft A complete transcript of Calif for duty 30 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM

college and correspondencecourses
in engineering and SCHULT RICHARDSON
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looks for evidence of
i correspondence courses or night WE MAINTAIN IT Action
school work that would improve a WITH LOVING CARE CenterWhere

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(Nov. 14.15)) are now available
I and should be filled out and If last week's events are any the freshman team. Both of these
.' returned to the Office of the 4 indication of what's in store this teams are loaded with junior
.; Game and Fresh Water Fish season, the preseason top ten lettermen. Notre Dame should
Commission in Tallahassee by lists are going to look like get the Orange Bowl Express out
r Oct. 16.Each. somebody's pipe dream of the station against North
a application form may Florida's Gators were disap-- western.
i(. contain up to five names, and pointing to say the least, and the
; must list the 1970-71() public hunt loss of DE Jack Youngblood for Florida State vs Georgia Tech
\ area permit number of each three weeks will hurt a defense
which looked bad Duke travels to Grant
applicant. If children under 16 against Florida State
of age are included among However, the Gators at Florida Field to meet Georgia Tech. Tech
years the five, it is necessary that an I Field should win over Miss. St., unveiled their. sophomore QB
adult be included in the party which squeezed by Oklahoma St Eddie McAshen last week against
Hunters must also possess a MINE--Steve! Carpenter (center left) makes futile grab for a pass only one point this past weekend. South Carolina. He was most
valid hunting license in addition during the closing minutes of Thursday's MARTD-Air Operations impressive and Tech may have
'{ to a public hunt area permit game.The Marines won the game 14.6. More details on page 16.SPORTS. Texas A&M vs...LSU won by 10 had the clock not run
;1 $2.50( for children 15 and$5 for all out when there were on the 1 yarddefensive
LSU their at line.The Yellowjackets
',+ '. residents up to 65)). 1\\:,\.\..\\i.',iii: ::i\mmimm.m).!\, : [\\[:::\:\ :i;:jii\\\i1i"!: \!:\\"!""ij1mmiiit1mliiii[ "!:"\!"\!""[! \[!\ \\\: \\!i\ii\\\\ \\\\\i\\ ;\\:!\i\i\\1\\\i\mii\\\i\\\\i\\\\\:\!:\\\!\ \\\\\\\\;!\\\\\i\im\\\\mj\ !\j\\\\\\\\\!\\\':. home against opens Texas A & M. The unit gave up too many points, but

I, Tigers return 33 lettermen, but should improve The Seminoles

': Archery Contest ..1i, 1 \\I'ii\1:1\i J ,: \::! ::, : 1, :: :. j, SEC Hillman lost 12 starters cornerback and FB including Eddie, Ray QB Tommy Mike All Peterson defense their opener an saved embarrassing with' Coach Louisville.The defeatin Bill.

.' Casanova returns and will be FSU offense never, showed
J switched to the ,offensive I unit up' which' makes you wonder
Jax .n NATTC's Ladies Kegler Tourney Rushing defense 'will be. Coach about all the pre-season ballyhoothat
Special! Services, and McClendon's biggest problem, 'goes on each year., Both
J Club however he has three good teams will improve this week, butI
Archery are
? Ends candidates for quarterback, think Tech has more with whichto
1 sponsoring a', deer Sign Up Sunday Senior Buddy Lee should win the improve and pick the

'f hunting contest job. Texas A & M comes off a 3.7 Yellowjackets to win at Grant
through Nov., 8. Jax'' .Deadline for military competition and exercise. ,record last year, and returns Field.
Any active duty wives and dependents who wishto The tournament begins at Cecil ,their defensive secondary intact
::1 take part in Cecil Field's first Field's Bowling Center Oct. 10 at but only one lineman'returns'and Michigan St.Washington
military personnel annual Women's Bowling 1 p.m. Forms are available from Steve Luebbehusen is the only
,Interested In archery Tournament I in October is Sunday both military and civilian experienced linebacker Coach Michigan State 'opens the
'f and the contest are tMona bowling centers throughout the Gene Stallings has a junior QB, season with Washington at
,f invited to ,fill out an 'Groff, director for the Jacksonville area. Rocky Self who was more impressive Seattle.' The Spartans are
application ,to enter tournament, open to all military The tournanent is sanctionedby as a runner than passer counting on the return of 12
t wives, female dependents and the Women's International, last year.. It looks like a long players;who underwent surgery
1i( the contest at King I women I in uniform, said WIBC, Bowling Congress, and all participants season for the Aggies and a loss last year Coach Dugherty must
) Hall, Bldg. 563. year book averages for the 1969- must show their WIBC to LSU at Baton Rouge. develop a, quarterback if a Big
:j More details are 1970 season' will be accepted for membership .'card and Ten crown is to be considered.The .
i?, available from the tournament. Unrestricted valid ID Card. Nebraska vs Southern Cal defense sound with 8 men
I NATTC Mrs. Groff said that women do Additional information may be running., but the offensive line
'., Special not have to be excellent bowlersto obtained from either Mrs.; Groffat Two teams which easily won returns only Center Tom Beardat
Services at Ext. 3317. enter the affair, but urged 264-6234 or Ollie Bikroy at 771- their openers meet in the LA 6'6" 237 Washington will havea
\, them to enter for the fun of 5368.. Coliseum. Nebraska's offensiveand veteran offense this season,
\, defensive lines were clob- featuring an offensive line which
? .' bered by' graduation but they averages 242 pounds.:, They 'also
'i i7 i7E{ \ y i.J.;;; t. return a, great backfield, including have two JUCO All American

W'" ;iJt>:. '(t' two very capable QB's, halfbacks Darrell, Downey and
Take the NEW Road to. Van Brownson and'Jerry Tagge.. Dennis Aplebury The defense is

I; HB Jeff Kinney who was the Big a real problem,as last year's unit
; Eight Sop of the Year: also gave up 304 points, .and the
W/i returns Nebraska's green prospects are not much better
I DOMINICK'S.IZZA t defensive line and Southern Cal's this year Coach Jim Owens will
485 yards rushing against split QB chores between Gene
'it jt{ Alabama lead 'me to believe the Willis and Steve Hanzlik. State's
Trojans will be 2-0 this. time next: season hinges on the ''Injured

:..... .. ..:' week. players being healed and: able to.
1' .':':U::: <::,';.'i:"'..% fill the critical spots Time will
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'j ,t' defense should beat the Huskies.

Notre Dame opens against
Northwestern at Evansville: The California vs.Texas,.
': ., ', : : ,.. Irish are facing, one of the' "National l champion ,Texas,,will
l ' 00" years, and, already' are being California at home this weekend.

courted for the Orange .Bowl .The Longhorns look awesome,
). Classic, on'; ,Jan, .1'.,' Purdue: \having lost only QB James Street
I. :t ; Missouri., Cal., LSU,' and, and RHB Ted Koy The returnees
Mich. St. are, some of the .obstacles -: ''on both offense and defense read
'A.M. which may keep the Irish like a 'pre-season All-America
4 from showing up in.Miami.: ND list.They have one question mark
: 1 returns a veteran backfield, led and that is the defensive
I ?I k .I, by, QB Joe Theisman (as'in' secondary; where only' Danny
I Heisman) who owns the Cotton Lester'returns. California Coach
For Your LunchtiiM. Convenience ; Jt Bowl total offense record. The Ray Willsey has 13 starters back,
t: loss of AA's Mike McCoy and Bob 16 JUCO transfers, and last years
75 Olson' present Ara' ,Parseghlan freshman team was the best
1 ..10 Inch C.IIsIPlzza, 'with' big 'shoes to fill. The ever. The backfield is intact and.
secondary;which has been lacing the depth on defense is adequate.
,: Fish 'n Chips 85* since the famed 1967 S,0"Sunit, Last week's loss to Oregon was a
:' has depth-.and experience' this surprise.California will win over
year,The standout here is Junior ,some good teams this, season,
. Hot Roast Beef Sandwich 1.15 Clarence .Ellis and Sophomore however,'Texas will not be one of
; f" sensation Tom Gatewood returnsto them. .
15 the flank. Northwestern who Elsewhere, I look for Georgia -
t Glass Draft Beer will field its most experienced to ,nail Tulane by,,15 points, an
v squad in seven,seasons with 18 impressive Duke team over
sophomores who lettered last Maryland by 12, and North
DOMINICK'S 6403 ROOSEVELT year, including QB Maurie Carolina to down N.;. C. State at
{ Daigneau. Daigneau broke Otto Chapel Hill by 9.
. Graham's completion record,
Ahead For Last week 4 right 3 wrong, 57
Phone hitting 22 of 34 against Ohio State. percent. .
f"" -If,. .,, ZA The Wildcats return 5 veteran ?
f : 1elir f FAST SERVICE! offensive linemen and 7 defensive ..
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Family*Style American Dining Food Room 387. .2621. hurt Coach ,Alex Agase, is the ;West A:dP.y:: ; :;
lack of depth overall and the k# *KtUdf'M.t.iV.t.i: ;; ;
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Grid I(

Contest Prognosticators on Tap Here y l You Pck..Um.i; :;': i,

Jax..Okay grid! guessers here'syour chance to '
prove : ', ,'
your ability to pick your team .. or the team you think z>? Name, .Rank-Title._.=:y. I+

will win in the Jax Air News third annual 'You Pick. ; ., .'

Um' contest. bEach Duty Station .Phone'No._. ;j

week for 10 weeks 4
Galley One and the Main Navy :
football season, the sports Exchange fishing tackle ..
counter. (Team listed first Is visitor)
pages will, list eight college The Galley and Exchange have '
games and two professional also been set aside as drop off k

games for the upcoming points at Cecil. Both newspaper UCLA PITTSBURGH,____. I,,
weekend., Prognosticators then offices will also accept the ballots k I'
their choice for the winning ',
pick until noon each Friday during the MINNESOTA MISSOURI, ;:
teams, fill out the tie contest.
breaker and turn in their ballot at a 'l

one of the drop off points at NAS All Jax Air News and Lat IOWA OREGON STATE..NORTHWESTERN.___ ,
Jax or Cecil Field. winger readers are invited to <
Ballots must be dropped In one take part in the contest, which is NOTRE DAME, .
of the'You Pick-Urn boxes at the being sponsored by Dick Holt of UP TIGHT Darling Darlene .
Bond loves the beach, but
designated points or turned into the Holt
Publishing Company, warns: "When swimming in unfamiliar COLGATE NAVY ';
the Jax Air News or ,
publisher of the two papers. waters, don't go in J
office by noon each Friday. in The entries were numerous last head first." (Photo courtesy
order to be counted Weekly year and the competition was Ebony) SYRACUSE HOUSTON, '. ,,",
winners will be featured in the brisk. The season champion will ,
following edition of the station come from the 10 weekly winners '1\\1
newspaper. and will receive a prize in addition .\
Drop off points at NAS Jax are to the weekly award. New Pool Hours y'

I O'Wives Bowling SetJaxThe .' ,: './
Jax Special Services has ::.
women of the Officers announced that all outdoor Pros ,
May,and is currently starting its '"
Wives Bowling League extend an 13th year Members of the league swimming pools aboard the "IKANSAS'
invitation to join them each station now close at 6 p.m. for
plan to participate in Cecil '
Thursday morning at 9 at the Field's first annual bowling recreational swimming, Monday CITY .MINNESOTAWASHINGTON -,r
Bowl-a-Matic Lanes on Blanding tournament in October. through Friday.
A $2 weekly fee entitles officers' Persons interested in joining They will remain open their
wives to enjoy bowling the bowling league should contact regular hours on weekends Tie breaker: Predict final score between

with the league, with free child either Mrs. Betty Taylor, door throughout is September.for recreational The in- UCLA and Pittsburgh. Indicate winners in other ::1,

care and coffee provided. The president, at 771-4395 or Mrs. swimming pool from open 5 until 8 games by a check mark. Ballot boxes are located, :,;
league meets from September! Betty Windham at 7717601. Monday through Friday, p.m.and in Galley One and the Main Exchange at NAS *

from noon until 8 p.m. on Ja C nd Cecil Field. Ballots must be turned In by .
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