Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/01381
 Material Information
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 26, 1968
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
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System ID: UF00028307:01381

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Published by the Holt Publishing Company 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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Joint Service Medal a ,J

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Photographer's Mate First ing as the senior photographer '<' \
Class William K. Rowland of the Intelligence Division of Iceland ,1l._r"j,,:
Fleet Air Photographic LaboraDefence Force Headquarters. ._, ... -..... --.... >>
Southwest side of New CPO Club
tory here received the Joint Ser Effectiveness "<./'
vice Commendation Medal from Drawing from Architectural plans court.y of B m 'H V.". and NATTC Art Shop.
The citation which -
LCdr. W.L. White Sept. 19. the medal read, "displaying -

competence outstanding, and resourcefulness professional- Details Given on New CPO ClubBy

Petty Officer Rowland con- late next spring chief petty After completion, the club will "Both three day periods will Include -
tributed significantly to the effectiveness officers stationed here should be. replace the, current Chief Petty a weekend to minimize
of ,the Intelligence celebrating the opening of their Officers Mess in Bldg. 593. blocking of traffic on the main.
Division and to the mission of The CPO Mess moved to "
new club. The announcement that was throughfare.
the Iceland Defense Force. its location after fire with the track
construction would begin on the present a In conjunction
"Through his ,initiative and expertise new facility was made last week destroyed the old Chief's Clubon project, a fence has been erected
: in the photographic, by Capt. Henry O. Cutler, NAS Yorktown Ave., in May 1965. between the station housing and
Petty Officer Rowland planned, Jax commanding officer. the track right of way. Parents'In
organized and successfully accomplished The date the first shovel of 'Better Service'Club the area have been sent notices

'.... / the collection, evaluation soil is to be turned to initiate Manager Chuch Hafuller asking them to remind their
;,F ,. and dissemination of photographic the project was scheduled to be said ,the new club will enable' children to remain clear of rail-

{rv' r\1 intelligence materials.,, decided at a pre construction the management to better serve road ties stacked in the area.'
>' >s Gets Results meeting between contractors ;and the approximately 1,600 personsin Lt. Yonder warned the creosote-

:t", "As codesigner and monitor of Navy engineers yesterday after- Jacksonville area authorized .soaked tires can cause severe
'" noon, according to Lt. Dan Yod- to patronize the CPO Mess. skin burns to youngsters climbingon
a training air-to-air program photographic improvethe er, CEC, assistant officer in He pointed out the club will be them. He also asked parenttsto
; capability charge of construction here. the first building ever built remind their children not to
of the 57th Interceptor
Fighter specifically for the CPO club."We've pull survey stakes in the area of
:L\.... Squadron, Petty Officer Money Returned always had a renovated the track construction.
LCdr. White pins Joint Service Rowland was instrumental producing barrcks as a club" Hafuller
results of value
great to Octohr DI.t.1
Captain Cutler's' announcementthat said. "This will enable us to servea
Medal the intelligence community.
on the contract for the CPO wider ,range of patrons."
PHI l Rowland. The 30-year-old petty officer, Mess had been awarded Other construction currently
came one Sign Up I.IisFor
his wife Marilyn, and their three
Rowland awarded the year' after the House of Representatives underway the station -
was children live in Jacksonville.
sliced the club from a project to enlarge the
medal for "exceptionally meritorious native of Amarillo, Tex., Row-
Its FY 68 construction bill. ,The size, of the Main Navy ExchangeLt. Dtptidtits'
service" from June 1965 land reported for duty here in, for the construction Yoder said the Exchange

." ,,to June of this year,, while serv-. July.,, "! *'. ". .. ........ subsequently money rest redl- .. -, was- .,>' should.be able, to move into the The air station's Dental De

Completely air conditioned,the new sales area by Oct. 15. Cdr. partment has announced that j ,
$443,435 club will be an 136 x Matthew J. Ott, Navy Exchange scheduling of appointments for j
Black Falcons Honor 130 foot structure in an "L" officer, said that the Exchange eligible children who sponsor's
shape. A main 130 x 42 foot plans to have the area ready for birth month is October will begin -
area will be equipped with fold- business about three weeks after 'Tuesday under the base Pre-

13 During InspectionPatrol ing partitions which will allow the contractor completes his ventive Dentistry Program for
the main club area to be*divided work. Children.

into a dining area, party roomor RR Tracks Children of active duty and retired -
Squadron Seven held an ATI W. T. Mowell was commended ballroom to accommodate military personnel who are
awards day Sept 18 and 13 for his performance of smaller groups. Another project aboard baseis bonafide dependents and betweenthe
Black Falcons were honored. The duty while attached to the Air: a one mile long railroad ages of six and 23 will be
various awards were presented craft Maintenance Department, Near Current Club track spur that will connect the eligible for treatment.

by Cdr. R. F. Wenzel, com Roosevelt Roads Puerto Rico, The club will be built on the air station's Supply Departmentwith Appointments may be made
" manding officer, during a per- during "Operation Springboard south side of Birmingham Ave.at warehouses on the southsideof by the sponsor or spouse at the
* so inspection at the VP Hangar '68." the intersection of Child St., the station. Lt. Yoder said Dental Department appointment -

Complex. Four Black Falcons received across from King Hall. The the $167,000 project will continuefor desk during normal work-
f Leading the list of recipients their aircrewmen wings after one story building will feature the next three or four months. ing hours. At that time they
was LCdr. Kenneth C. Brown, successfully completing the syllabus wide expanses of glass and be "We anticipate closing one half will be given a definite appoint-
t.. who received his first and second for ASWaircrewmentrain- finished on the outside with gray of Yorktown Ave.for two different ment and furnished necessary
Air Medals for service with Air ing. They were AEC W. L. Har- brick. three day periods 'during the materials and instruction. No
borne Early Warning Squadron dee Jr., ADR1 W. C. Young, Also included within the build- track project," the engineering telephone appointments will be
1 t One between June 1966 and May L. Fleeman and AW3 ing plans are three terraces to i officers told Jax Air New?. made.
if u____..u____._.____ _
: 1967. L. E. Cravey. be located in back and on both
:, \ ADR3 Ronald R. Young was a- sides of the building. Each will
, warded his first through fifth AX2 J. H. Abercromlie received overlook that station golf course t
' #.: Air Medals with Bronze Star in his first Good Conduct Additionally, a stag bar patio,
i7 lieu of the first award for his Medal and ADR2 C. R. Harvey will be the front of the the club.
service in Vietnam while attached received the award for the sec- Other areas in the new club

*,: to Helicopter Attack Squad- ond time. will be a stag bar, package store
ir, ron Three, Detachment Five. Certificates of advancementswere and cocktail lounge. The kitchen
". LCdr. John M. Phillips re awarded to ADJ3 R. will be furnished with the latest
ceived the Vietnam Service A -
% equipment including an electronic
B. Kuble, ABH3 T. T. Big-
j ward for his tour of duty with Lt. Yonder.
r according to
house and DK3 R. S. Trivette. oven

r;Seventh, .T,, July, 1966. Eye Tests Set: for Civilians S bU Jfo

EI.vei Loci! Dsctirs
\ Free glaucoma testing will be ration forms will be completedat

}f' l.co.aeaded fir 0-4 conducted for civilian employeesOct. the time of testing.
3 according to an announce- The glaucoma screening pro-
Jax -- Eleven medical officers ment made Tuesday by the NAS gram is sponsored and supported
'.. here were among the more Industrial Medical Officer. by the National Society for the
;;. than 1,000 Medical Corps lieu- Prevention of Blindness, whichis
will be held in the
Testing of the National Health
, tenants recommended by the Sec one
retary of the Navy to be promoted Civilian Dispensary, Bldg. 101- Agencies that benefit from the
W. Conducted by the Duval County
. to lieutenant commander. Combined Federal Campaign
:... Listed in the Navy wide notice Health Department, the testing is now being conducted on the
from NAS will be a follow-up for those station.
jt .
who had of + {J
;j were David A. Brian, William employees symptoms Glaucoma, the second leading a StY
:. G. Bruce and Robert M. Trent. glaucoma during the April tests cause of blindness among adults,
: Doctors from the Navy Hospital and for those who were not tested is caused by a painless increasein : 4
recommended for 0 4 were then or who have since Been em- fluid pressure in the eye which .
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. ployed. damages nerve fibers and in time
Mathis L. Becker, George V.
officers wives held luncheon and
HATS VP 16 a
..,' Cestaro Jr., William T. Finch, Employees being recheckedwill causes blindness. Once it has
Earl E. Fisher Jr. Robert W. be scheduled from 8 to 9 a.m., been detected it can be treatedto crazy hat contest at the Candlelight Restaurant Sept. 18. With

Miles, Robert D. Orr, Sam J. and those desiring their first test stop its advance. However, husbands serving as judges, the winners from left to right were:
W. Romeo Mark E. Trucksness may report to the Dispensaryfrom untreated glaucoma almost always Jean DuPuy, most original; Janice Parker, prettiest; and Ber-

V 2 and Paul F. White. 9:30 a.m. until noon.Regis- leads to blindness. nie Seng, funniest.


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Edwards Chapel

Let's Do Our Part SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.
Giving help to people who need It,when they reed It, and where they 5:30 &,7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.-
need it makes the world a happier place to live. It is a nice feelingto TUESDAY p.m. p.m.
know you have helped people less fortunate than you are to put themin Catholic
Young Organ-
a position to help themselves.This rbk Single
ization - 7:30
Is where the Combined Federal Campaign comes in. It Isa p.m.
one time solicition for voluntary health and welfare agencies. The id- -I '.. 01'-._ "" I ISt
United Fund of the Jacksonville area and the National Health and NAVY"WIVES 'CLUB Mrs. Thomas Bennett, president of the U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL.
International Services: Agencies which normally would solicit next Jacksonville! Nav/Wives Club Introduced the club's> new sponscrs"at' ; Luke's Chapel
spring are cooperating locally in a single campaign for federal per- j
'' 21. Above,
held their clubhouse Sept.
a reception at SUNDAY MASS -----8:00 a.m.
sonnel. This will be the only fund raising drive for voluntary
agencies this year. Mrs. Bennett Introduces Capt. and Mrs. H. 0. Cutler, Capt. PROTESTANT
The Combined Federal Campaign came about because many and Mrs.Honour are seated to theleft of Mrs. Bennett. Honored SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m..
employees asked for a single charity drive. One drive makes it guests were Cdr. and Mrs. T. H. Ross.
practical, too, to have a payroll payment plan. The CFC has the PROTESTANTAll
full endorsement of the heads of executive departments and agenciesand Saints' Chapel

the presidents of major employee organizations. : Why Worry? .
Employees and servicemen who want to contribute their fair share SUNDAY
can do so in small installments through a 12 month payroll payment CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.
plan. This enables the contributor to make a one time pledge to By Cdr. V.J. Mahoney CHC Blgd. #722
cover one or all'the charitable organizations atone time and he does "Which one of you by worrying about it, can add one moment to Divine Worship Service10:00
not have to have the ready cash on hand at the time he pledges.The his span of life?" An Intriguing rhetorical question posed by Our a.m., Bldg # 722.
payroll payment plants available to all civilian employees Lord. Some things, indeed, we must worry about if we are to even Junior Youth Fellowship 6 p.m.
except those with a temporary appointment of less than one year approach our life expectancy -- tires wearing thin, lack or proper Bldg. #722.. .. '
and to members of the Armed Forces who are assigned in this area. sleep or diet, completing pilot check off list, excessive smoking WEDNESDAYSenior ,
Pay deductions are optional and voluntary with the contributor and so forth.Perhaps Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.
under the ground rules which the government has set up to keep down the Master was trying to stimulate us to ponder whether THURSDAY
payroll withholding costs: we'are worrying about the right things, rather than expending energyon Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
1. Minimum allotment per payday is $1 if you are paid every wrong or useless or frivoluous things. Bldg. #722.Christian .
two weeks twice a month or monthly. Above these minimums A heart transplant can add moments months perhaps years to Science Service .-
allotments may be in any amount. a man's life span: a heartache can diminish it. Both operations 7:30 p.m. Bldg. ##722.
2. Withholding in the amount authorized will be for a full year generate of good deal of anxiety.
beginning with the first pay period in January 1969. 'You may There must be, somewhere in this area -- between excessive ulcerous r-'------11
discontinue the allotment at earlier date upon request to the payroll worry and "couldn't care less' attitude -- a balance in -
office but you cannot change the amount or begin payroll payment between where one Is concerned at least as much about his eternal I Traffic
again in 1969.Undesignated. life as about this temporal existance. Pre Christian Aristotle j
contributions are divided among each of the campaign puts it thus: "Virtue stands in the middle." H
organizations on a ratio- which has been worked out on the basisof Almost everything Our Lord said has an echo elsewhere in the
their receipts from federal personnel in this area. If you wantto Scriptures. In this instance: "What does it profit a man to gain the \ Violations \
designate a special amount for any of the agencies participatingin whole world and then suffer the loss of his own soul."
these organizations write the name and the amount in the space
provided on the pledge form and your designation will be hooored.Wh'at's of
I AFMA Aids Industry I I The following is a report
motor vehicle accidents and traf-
Your Opinion? fic violations for the period of

The Armed Forces Management: Association(AFMA)is a national September: 10 through 16.
This is a good year for discussions and arguments. It's a non profit professional organization dedicated to the improvement Number of Accidents
political year and politics have always been one subject on which of management throughout the defense establishment.Its This Week -------4
people are quick to expound. ,objective: is "to make a significant contributions to the existing Total accidents this'ye through
candidate and for another will 16 - - -267
Why to vote for a specific not programs of the ,:defense establishment for improving Sept.
be argued and discussed #ron now until November, whenever and effectlve'ness'aoo ,economy in the employment of our national-resources '-"" Number of accidents- through Sep=
wherever two or more thinking individuals get together for a bull by: "Providing a means for the exchange management tember '1967 .. ',:" '- -277
session. knowledge methods and techniques among the various elements of 'Total number of days'since last
And certainly other aspects of voting will come up also -- how the defense establishment and between the defense establishment injury in a motor vehicle acci-
important is one man's vote; why it's important to vote; whether and industry. Stimulating and encouraging individual and collective dent - - -19
voting is worth the "trouble", etc. efforts for improving management in the defense establishment." Number of Violations
Undoubtedly you have opinions on these and many other related Here, at NAS Jacksonville, the AFMA Is represented by chapter This Week - - -52
questions. Some of your opinions will be more strongly felt than 40 which normally meets on the third Thursday each month at Speeding - - -6
others and, if expressed well, may even swing some people over to the NAS Jacksonville Officers' Club (open). Its membership is com- Reckless Driving( - -1
your way of thinking. posed of civilian and military management executives from the Jacksonville Going through Stop Sign -1
During the course of your political discussions, give some area military establishments along with their counterparts Other Violations44
thought to sharing your views with others. Not by installing your in industry. Thirty Six drivers appeared
ifa mf fft' t if jk, IA -1*<** jfjrSej,*&t.f.. *_.4J#+i** The membership receives a monthly journal devoted to all facetsof before the Traffic HearingBoardat
management and a monthly newsletter from both the local chapter the meeting held on Sept. 19.
/) w! AA and from national headquarters. The chapter membership also Disposition of the cases includedthe
/ enjoys listening to a prominent speaker from local or national following: 12 lost drivingand
government or industry at each monthly luncheon. parking privileges aboard
Varied activities are planned addition to the monthly luncheon: station for various periods; 11
occasional field trips, study groups on specific management subjectsand were asssigned to completean
panel discussions All with the goal of the mutual exchange of eight hour course in reme-
management knowledge.The dial driving? six received sus-
total annual cost of membership inthe Armed Forces Management pensions; ,eight weregivenwarnIngs -
Association is $13.00. ($10.00 national dues and $3.00 local ; three were dismissed; six
; .," dues). The monthly luncheon cost is $1.50 inclusive. were fined (Commissioner);
,; This membership in the AFMA is quite a bargain! Any person, and ten were referred to their
'.:t. civilian or military, at NAS Jacksonville ,
or its tenant commands, commanding officers for pos -
NAS Cecil Field NS Mayport or local private industries who is sible disciplinary action. Twenty
,. .,,,}' .,t.. actively engaged in the performance of duties or functions identifiedas eight drivers were assessed 58
soap box on the nearest available corner but through the mediumof being of related the to the improvement of management may, upon approval traffic points.SPAGHETTI.
the 1968 Freedoms Foundation program. membership committee and payment of the dues
specified become member of
a the
The topic for this year's Letters Award Program is "A Free chapter.
Ballot -- A Free Country" -- one that is right down your alleyto Anyone interested in becoming a member may contact Dominic ,' .
Worsowicz, Membership chairman ,
- talk about as a concerned active citizen. at Ext. 3536, NAS. J'.rit..l
Your letter doesn't have to be a literary masterpeice -- they're
judged on sincerity and understanding of the American way of life --
nor does it have to be voluminous 500 words Is the maximum.The .
Freedom Foundation Letter Awards program is your way
to share your opinions and your beliefs In the American way of life JTAX AIR NE S'
with millions of other Americans. Stand up and speak up for America
with your entry by Nov 1. .
Your letters should be' sent to Freedoms Foundation, Valley The AA.X/IR 1 NEWS Is fl Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Forge Pa., 19-181. You can also obtain additional information on Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
the program by writing to the same address. Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company'
This is your chance, to be heard .. make use of it. (AFPS) a NEWS private must firm.be forwarded All Copy submitted to the Public for use Affairs In Office, AIR

2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon cHI itlonday before Bot
public -
tfon. News items are welcomed from all sources ..
.. Tele-
phone 772 3118 or 3119.Aduertisen.ents .

are itcHed by the pubhsher.and ,
concerning such should be directed' 'to: ,
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. DP2 Rkhard Bordeaux put the
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 -' Telephone 388 2755 finishing touches on the com-
plex wiring panel for the 407
accounting machine at the Naval
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September 26, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3 I

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,A disciple of the deadly arts "

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among; Navy wives at Cecil

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By William Burkett 'I
leads his class through the formal ritualof
the kata. (Navy Photo by AA S.G. Stillings.OOOOOOOOOOOOOQCOOOOOJ) / t i

If there is such a thing as an the combative. value of medita- the earmarks of a McKinny arranging a clumsy blocking pos GIANT SWAP MEET -
evangelist for the martial arts class. ture. Giggles and selfconsciousness -
of the Orient, Hardie McKinnyJr. tion."The philosophy of a Zin is The gals give cat-quiet,poised vanish utterly when the JAX LARGEST FLEA
., "attached to Cecil Special all through the martial arts," attention to every demonstration gals dress their ranks and begin MARKET
Services, would be one. A light, McKinny rotes. "You see a Korean performed, and then get up in their practice stalk across
wiry individual whose' ready smash a fifty-pound blockof ,their toreador pants or pedal the floor, blocking, striking,piv- All Spaces Under Shelter
laugh is strangely complimented ice with his forehead--he's pushers or whatever and move oting away from the unseen foe 20th and Edgewood tI
by the intensity of his belief no superman. His forehead is into fairly good imitative stylein built into each kata..
in "his own tiling",he drop- flesh, his skull (is bone, just an amazingly short time. A With any imagination at all, I Every Sat. 9 am 6:00 pm < i iI
ped by the Afterburner office like yours. It's the ability to couple of advanced beginnersfrom you can feel the sober, unwink-
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the other day to spread his par- concentrate, the power of the an earlier classverymilitant k g' presence of wiry Oriental
ticular brand of gospel. mind, that enables him to strike.A in their crisp new uniforms, gentlemen with shaved heads J Phone | !
McKinny has been teaching the man who smashes ten roof- move among the beginners, bending close in theechoinggym, ] 768-7085 or 768-4793 |
women's self defense class ing tiles on top of each other straightening a stance, moving a sponsored by special services. can have the softest hands you clenched fist infinitesimally, re- (Continued on Page 10))
With a ni dan, or second degree ever saw. Scar tissue and cal-
black belt cinched around louses aren't necessary."
the traditional white garb of the That's the kind of sales talk .
Karati-gi, he indoctrinates the guaranteed to keep a woman lis- I.
gentler ((7) sex into the mysteries tening--deadliness without drab- :.'" II
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11 I' .. ; Visiting Brazilians- Tour Regency i I I

By June Goff through a rigid screening before The group Assembled at the apartment I
of Chief Sant' Anna _
they attend various schoolsin ,
Five Brazilian Navymen four the United States. Those cur- before the bus trip to Regency yc
with their families were wel- rently attending school here are Square. The Brazilian wives I _
comed to Regency Square Sept. AECS 'Dermeval Santos Sant' Dalva Sant' Anna Sonia Salles
14 by publicity man Tom Mc- Anna, AECM Alfredo Munizda Tsa da Silva and Wilma Silva
haffey who toured the visitors Silva AE2 Carlos Ubirayara served delicious punch andhors
through the shopping center. Albuquerque Lima EMIJoas d'oeuvres before boarding the .
The Brazilians are studentsat Baptista Salles and AEIJose Sil- Navy bus for the trip to the
the Naval Air Technical veria Silva. shopping center.
Training Center's Class B Avia- Mrs. Lima was unable to accompany -
tion Electrician's Mate School All of them have several yearsin her husband to the a
under the Navy's Military Assis- the Brazilian Navy and AEI United States because they are
tance Program. Silva has three brothers servingin expecting their second child. '
Foreign military personnel go the Brazilian sea service. AECS Paul J. RodgerS, in A-
structor at the school Navy
I PH3 Jan Allis andI
I r r N photographer
I II :' I accompanied the Brazilians on
I the tour. Petty Officer Allis
I I 1 took many pictures as the visi- kyk
i tors browsed through the cen-

ter, while Chief Rogers and I OFFICIAL GREETING .- Publ licity Chairman, Tom Mchaf-,
assisted the group. There were fey welcomes the Brazilians to i Regency Square.
19 people on the tour which tookus
9 from basically the same all over the
through all the stores.It tures as their wives shopped
didn't take the children longto store to store. They also got ina world.
spot an American ice cream little shopping and sightseeingtoo. A flower shop caught the eyeof
shop. Carlos, Renato and Lei- One of the ladies Mrs. Silva auburn haired Dalva Santa'
lane Salles; Delva Sant' Anna; managed to lure her husbandto Anna. While she was lookingat
and Marcelo and Christina Silva her favorite store, where she the various arrangements, she
make full length coat told me that she wanted to makean
j lined up at the counter to bought a
their selections from the many When they rejoined the group arrangement of yellow roses
nnonnun flavors available. The other children she said, "This is a good day but had been unable to find suit-

WINDOW SHOPPING During the tour the group found timeto Denis Sant' Anna and Mar- for me." Her husband jovially able flowers. Her favorite color -
browse and shop throughout the complex.' dada Silva are still too young Tor retaliated with,"It's bad forme., is yellow. I promised totake"
her to a wholesale florist
ice cream cones. That sure sounds American, but
>>********************************** Most of the men snapped pic- then I suppose husbands areTHE shop of which I am a frequent
..... -..- patron.. They usually have an excellent -

I Getting Out ?? : Tsa da selection Silva of says flowers.they have

I been busy making many pictures
to send to relatives in Brazil

LOOK 2 especially to her father. She
:!: into
converting your P Y i V,3u enjoyed looking at wigs in the

various stores. Sonia Sallas,
; j Government Life Insurance now. like Tsa, was interested In the
wig department. She spotted a
I i frosted wig which she liked but
CALL decided not ,to buy it when she
found the wig was made from
i : 399.7579 = synthetic hair. She Is holding*
out for one made from human
i for the facts i hair.It .
************************************ was a coincidence that the

GROUP The Brazilians gather at the fountain at _the saleslady at the wig counter was
tours end. married to a Brazilian. Some of
I .. the enjoyed a conversation
It r V f group
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:; iAV Merit pr motion opportunities will be accepted through the closeof Naval Districts.Applications will
S currently open are for listed receipt below.of The applications MPB business No. 154.68 Dental Hy- be accepted through the close of
Oct. 14.
5 area of consideration and closing gienist, GS-5. Area of consider- business
All applicants must be careeror
date of each are shown. ation: Nationwide. Applicationswill
be accepted through the closeof career conditional employeesof
MPB No. 72-67 Plan D business Oct. 14. the federal government. Application -
T55 grade levels GS-4 and below :MPB No. 156-68 Nurse Anes- forms SF171 or 57 for
MPB No. 79-67 Plan C all thetist, GS-9. Area of consider- these positions should be filed
skilled positions pay level seven ation: Nationwide. Applicationswill with IRD, Box 22, NAS Jackson-
and below and MPB No. 83-67 be accepted through the closeof ville, Fla., 32212.
Plan B all skilled positionspay business Oct. 16.
I J: ,i level eight and above. Areaof MPB No. 157-68 Production OCMM Director
I ,. consideration: NAS, NARF, Superintendent (Aircraft) GS-15.
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX.FAETU- Area of consideration:: Nation-
LANT, Naval Hospital, Navy wide. Applications will be accepted Visits StationJaxThe
Commissary Stores, Navy Re- through the close of bus-
cruiting Station, Disease Vector iness Oct. 21. recently selected director -
Control Center and Resident MPB No. 158-68 Staffing Clerk of Employee Management
-k 'J" ......:- Storage Office, Jacksonville.- (Typing) GS-5. Area of consid- Relations Division of the Office
plications for these positions will eration: NAS, NARF, NARTU. of Civilian Manpower Management -
VIETNAM SERVICE Capt. C. T. Faulders Jr., NARF CO be accepted at any time. A sep- COMFAIRJAX FAETULANT, Attilio DiPasquale, was
presents certificates of commendation to (I to r) Alexander B. arate application must be filed Naval Hospital, Navy Commis- aboard the Naval Air Station last
for each position in which in- Stores,Navy Recruiting Station week to attend meetings at NAS,
Clifton Harold Smith sary
L. James T. Smith and Vernon K. Jones terested.
Control Naval Air Rework Facility and
for meritorious service in Vietnam. Disease Vector a
MPB No. 158-67 Industrial Engineer Center and Resident Storage Office one day workshop of Employee
GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Area Jacksonville. Applicationswill Development Specialists at the
Four NARF Men of consideration:Nationwide.Applications be accepted through the closeof Regional Office of Civilian Man-
+ Receieve will be accepted until business Tuesday. power Management, (ROCMM).
the needs of the service are met MPB No. 159-68 General En- At NAS DiPasquale spoke with
I and will be considered as re- gineer, GS-11. Area of consid- NAS Commanding Officer, Capt.
i Vietnam Commendations ceived. eration:Nationwide.Applicationswill H.O. Cutler before meetings with
be accepted through the closeof representatives of tenant commands -
No. 149-68 Supervisory business Oct. 21. and department heads.At .
Jax--Four Naval Air Rework B. Clifton, airframes inspector. Aerospace Engineer. GS-15. MPB No. 160.68 Teller (Typing the Rework Facility, Di-
I Facility employees here have Area of consideration: Nation- ) GS-4 and MPB No. 161-68 Pasquale spoke at a session attended -
I cornmendation Two of the men, Harold Smith wide. Applications will be accepted Accountant, GS-5. Area of con- by NARF CO Capt. C.T.
for meritorious serv- and James Smith have made two through the close of business sideration: NAS, NARF NARTU, Faulders and department and division -
: ice in Vietnam from the com- trips to Vietnam and all have Oct. 10. COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT heads.At ROCMMhe spoketo
manding general of the 1st Ma- spent from six months to a year MPB No. 145-68 Shorthand Reporter Naval Hospital, Navy Commis- a group of employee development -
rine Aircraft Wing. with the Marines. GS-6 or GS-7 and MPB sary Stores,Navy Recruiting Station specialists including repre-
Receiving the certificates were Working to repair battle dam- No. 147-68 Supervisory Indus- Disease Vector Control sentatives from the Army Corpsof
I Vernon K. Jones, an aircraft aged aircraft, the men were cited trial Engineer, GS-13. Area of Center and Resident Storage Office Engineers and Internal Rev-
metalsmith, Harold L. Smith, for working long hours during consideration: Nationwide. Ap- Jacksonville. Applicationswill enue Service.
j' aircraft electrician, James T. arduous weather conditions and plications will be accepted be accepted through the closeof DiPasquale took over the direction -
Smith, metalsmith and Alexander under combat hazards. Their efforts through the close of business business Tuesday. of the Navy's labor relations -
in repairing planes con- Monday. MPB No. 162-68 Digital Com- program June 3, after a
:' tributed significantly to the combat puter Systems Operator, GS-7. long period of labor and person-
capability of the Marine Air- MPB No. 150-68 General En- Area of consideration: NAS nel relations experience as the
craft Wing, according to the cer gineer, GS-12. Area of consid- NARF NATRU COMFAIRJAX, assistant vice president em-
tificates.The eration: NAS, NARF NARTU, FAETULANT, Naval Hospital, ployee relations for American
four Navy civilians received COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT, Navy Commissary Stores, Navy Airlines.
;i:; ; their certificates from Naval Hospital, Navy Commissary Recruiting Station, Disease Vec- The Navy's labor relations
J Jj Capt. C.T. Faulders Jr., com- Stores, Navy Recruiting tor Control Center and Resident program affects 400,000 direct
Station, Disease Vector
manding officer of the ,Rework Storage Office, Jacksonville and hire employees throughout the
Facility. Center and Resident Storage Of-. in addition, all Navy Activities world.
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: NEWS June Goff

\i -Leadership School held a grad-
uation ceremony for 14 class

I -. members, in front of King Hall
.. on Friday. The members com-
f Arrivals & Departures He is currently headed for duty pleted a three-week course designed -
Departing the MAD scene this with WestPac Ground Forces. to reemphasize leader-

week were SSgt. Franklin Brock Cpl. Sowell is a graduate of AO ship and development confidenceand
I and Cpl. Thomas Sowell. SSgt. "A" School and has been serv- initiative in naval personnel.
Brock has been with the detaching with that school's support The course of study included the
ment for two years'and has section for the past eight months. techniques of military drill,
served as a troop handler with He will be reporting in to the world affairs,government and effective -
the AE .Section during that time. 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing at '. r ? speech. '
I z
j St tIoui'Ins Cherry Point, N.C. Cdr. WJ. Tutwiler, executive
Checking-in for duty with MAD
officer, Naval Air Technical
I Were SSgt. Weitfall' Bruce, Sgt. L Training Center, congratulated'
To 'Spruce UII
John Waits,and LCplJohn Savino. the graduates and presented them,
SSgt. Bruce comes to the command .
Tax-A station improvement with diplomas.In
j from Vietnam
where he
program initiated by Capt. H.O. .... speaking to the class, Cdr.
served 13 months with the 1st y ;;: .IW
+i, Cutler NAS commanding officer, and then the 3rd Engineer Bat- NO INDIANS, ALL CHIEFS-.-Marie E. Roach, H.J.G. von der Tutwiler their urged commands them to the take know-backto

headway is now underway in various and parts showing of the talions. During his tenure there, Lieth and Lenore T. Kimble (I to r) were recently promoted to ledge they gained from Leader-
SSgt. Bruce was awarded the chiefs' in the Naval Air Reserve. ship School and put the know-
: / Bronze Star with Combat "V"
The special project, under the and is authorized to wear the ledge to good use. He remindedthe
direction of AMCS R.]. Baxter, graduates that although sci-
Presidential Citation
Unit which
chief master-at-arms, consists was awarded to his unit. NARTU News and ViewsBy ence has given us weapons of
unbelievable men control
of washing outsides buildings, Waits former power
a Navy
1 ; trimming hedges, paintinggrass these weapons. He said, "our
with six in
I cutting, planting and cleaning up blue yeoman comes to MAD years from Navy the J03 Skip Fairfield hopes for 'the* future rest in

debris.** Marine Corps Supply Center,Albany Three NARTU Weekend WarSternberg is a graduate of For- your hands. commander for the
A pump and wash machine, Company
Ga. He reenlisted for six
I similar to those used to wash years the and chose riors were recently promoted to rest High School and the class was ADJAN Kenneth J.
idown aircraft, is being used by Jacksonville at as center his option. Along.. chief petty officer in the Naval University of Florida. Reynolds, from Cecil Field AMD.

the working party for bathing the with these orders, he was pro- Air Reserve. Upon completion two years Platoon commander was' AN Wil-
I'; buildings," mused Chief Baxter. moted to his present rank as Marie E. Roach, H.J. G. von co:lege Ensign Sternberg enlistedin liam F. Walker from NARTU.,
: of five der Lieth, and Lenore T. Kim- Officer
With a working party pan of his reenlistment incen- the Aviation Reserve SMSN Michael T. Jamison was
\ f transient sailors two master- *blewere all advanced to. SKC. Candidate (AVROQ) Pro-
tive. Waits will become the As- honorman with a 91.14 average.:
at-arms, Chief Baxter has alsistant NCO-in-Charge of the Chiefs Roach and von der Lieth gram. He attended a seven week
The class average was
ready supervised improvements Personnel Administration Sec are attached to NARS Fl, and summer training session at the . .
outside of the Bluejackets Inn, tion. Prior to his eight months Chief Kimble is attached NAR- Naval Air Station, Pensacola in The NATTC Officers' Wives
Acey Deucy Club, Sailing Club DIV Fl. The three new chiefs 1966 and 1967.
\ at Albany, Waits served 13 Club boarded a chartered bus
and Fish Camp. are all from Jacksonville and Ensign Sternberg will return to
months with the 12th Marine Ar-
for St. Augustine, where their
The station beautification have a combined total of more Pensacola Oct.14 for flight train-
protillery Regiment in Vietnam.
first luncheon of the fall
j ject is scheduled to visit the LCpl. Savino comes from the than 40 years naval service.In ing followed by duty with the fleet. held. season
following areas in the near future 3rd FSR on Okinawa where he civilian life Chief von der He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.J. was
I : the grounds around the duties Lieth works for the Seaboard Sternberg of Norde Drive, After arriving at St.Augustine,
was assigned cook
as a viewed movie the
they a at City'sWelcome
Coastline Railroad. Chief Kimbleis
i river, special services detachwith the Marine Corps Food Services Jacksonville.
I the CPO a stock at NAS Center.The women also
ments, hobby shops, Section there. Salvino will manager Sup-
Club and the WAVE Barracks. be cooking in NATTC Galley ply and Chief Roach, a former **************: spent nation's an hour oldest walking city before through the the
Other areas to be affected will #3 during his tour here. NAS Supply employee, is now a :
housewife. luncheon got underway. ,
be designated by Captain Cutler.
I I NARTU sends its The officers' wives enjoyed
congra- H.Tanzlr
I. the tulations to the new chiefs on a Mayor gourmet food and a chance to
All Servicemen ire WELCOME to job well done. relax in the Spanish atmosphereof

:>;i ,w' Addresses VP-5 the Posada Menendez, over-
Lutheran Service Center 5 Ye+ EF'
.;, looking the ocean.Arrangements .
.' At Monthly Lunch for the luncheonwere
'JT: [Horn Jffway from [Homem8&8& made by the wives of AO

f' .....................: Jax--The Patrol Squadron Five School officers, under the direc-
:::: ..
19 W. FORSYTH. STREET,::=:=::::::::::::.:.:...:.:.:.:.::: 9r monthly officers' luncheon, held tion of Mae Chalkley, wife of

rJ Ping Pong POOL TABLES Shuffleboard Sept. 18, was honored by the superintendent of AO training,
Thursday presence of Hans G. TanzlerJr. Cdr. J.W. Chalkley Jr.
;j T.V. :...:...:. Monday thru 4 f l zN.e ? ., mayor of the city of Jack- The club's next function will
Radio .::...:;. 6:00: f-M. to 111:tOO P.M. sonville. be a Halloween Bake Sale on

Record Player ::::: FridayCounselling VP-5's monthly luncheon is designed October 31. The charity benefit
:::::: 6:00 P.M. to 12 Midnight to familiarize squadron will be held in front of the

Pastor available when you ::: Saturday ,officers with community prob- Naval Air Technical Training
want and need one I: 12 Noon to 1 12 Midnight lems and other naval activities. Center Exchange. Proceeds from
Recreation ::: Sunday Guest speakers include prominent the sale will go into the' club's

Fellowship :::-: 2.00 P.M. to 11,00 PMHE citizens from the community.local charity fund.
. .
businessmen and naval of-
ficers. Speakers are given the Capt. R.P. Kline, CO, was
privilege of the rostrum, (topics among the 160 top military and
discussed are held in strict con- civilian personnel of the Navy,
fidence by the VP-5 officers). Marine Corps, and Coast Guardto

Other guests included Capt. attend the opening session of
t s W. W. Honour, ComFairWing the 15th annual General Aviation

.. .. ...... Eleven Technical Training Conferenceat
I s -- -""""' ''"'' ; Capt. H.O. Cutler, com-
II I Ensign Sternberg manding officer of NAS; Capt. NAS Memphis, Sept. 17.
1 1I S.D. Wright, COMFAIRJAX chief The opening session also
1I I Michael J. Sternberg was of staff; and Cdr. H.D. Wilbur, Included presentations by
I sworn in and commissioned an commanding officer of VP-45. Dr. E.I. Jones, Brueau of Naval
ensign in the naval Air Reserveat Personnel Research Activity,San
the Naval Air Reserve Train- VP-5 is under the command Diego; and Cdr. G.H. Lee, Bureau -
Ing Unit, Saturday. of Cdr. John R. Farrell. of Naval Personnel. Wash.

This year's session will pro-
vide an exchange Information

MONEY concerning the effective 'operation -
and maintenance of Navy
Cash Monthly Months aircraft and associated equip-

n You Get Payment tel Pay
$ 84.33 .5.00. 24 ment.HONDA

219.27 13.00 24
$25 to $600ARRANGED

320.79 19.00 24 MONTESA

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'- Thursday 26 Sept.

NAS: "VENGENCE OF SHE" CPO CLUB: Music makers at Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing' Company, 1950 Blending' Blvd. Jacksonville,
starring John Richardson and the Chief's Club this weekend Florida 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thursday.Ads .
Edward Judd. Color Adventure: include Mark Castle tomorrow arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following' week unless the
is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
GA/G ((109)HOSPITAL) night and the Tune Twisters Sat- publisher
I, ad.Do .
: "WILD RACERS" urday night. be received WITH the copy for the

starring Mimsy Farmer and "0" CLUB: The beefeaters' Not Send Cish
Fabian. Color Drama: A/G ((81)) buffet will be served at the "0"
CECIL FIELD: "LUV" star- Club tonight from 6 to 9 p.m.

ring Jack Lemmon and Peter Tomorrow evening enjoy the Rate: Minimum charge ((3 hiss). . . . .$2.00
Falk. Color Comdey: A/VG ((95)) champagne special and ,dance to

the music of the Red Coats. For .111111101111111 ((4 words per 11.1)). . . 0.50
Friday 27 Sept. The Junior Officer's Wives Club

will hold Its annual charity ballat
NAS: "SOL MADRID" starring the club Saturday night. Buf-
David McCallum and Stella Ste fet dinner "will be served from
Color Melo-Drama. A/VG
6 9
vens. to p.m. Sunday. The main
Cruiser 110 Thunderbolt Prominent 1 National Finance Organization -
news Factory Warranty. 12,000 I:Glass: Cabin ,
((90) club will again be closed Mon- several
HOSPITAL: "VENGENCE OF day, but the package store and miles. Loaded. $2295. 725-0374. 4 Mercury wheel tandem I will employ
1 trailer ship to shore radio, fish ambitous, and enterprising young
II SHE" the Ceiling Zero will be
CECIL FIELD: "WILD usual. openas HELP WANTED !finder, full mahogany bulkhead. men who are desirous of getting
Call Mike Conroy. ahead and who are willing to work
RACERS" ACEY DEUCY: Enjoy the buffet Men Part Time. Flexible Hours Many extras.
359..320503595312.. hard to realize a fine opportunity.
Good Pay. Ph. 771-28055-7 P.M. ,
and afternoons
Saturday 28 Sept. Thursday Friday Men need not have any previous
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Sun- but must
business experience
NAS: "THE ONE AND ONLY, day from 4 until 9 p.m. To- HELP WANTED '67 SAAB WAGONV4with educational back-
have a good
GENUINE, ORIGINAL FAMILYBAND" morrow is come as you are Full or part-time exp. or not. air. 7,000 miles. $1450. Call
Call Mr. Brown at Burger Chef. ground.
starring Walter Brennan night and the Chuckaroos will 771-0855. 3871072. Career Position with a pro-
and John Davidson. Color Mu- provide the music. Saturday the gressive
Four Clubs will be under the RIDERS TO BAINBRIDGE, MD.
sical-Comedy GA/E (118) LADY KENMORE 800 WASHER Work will consist of a vigorous -
.. HOSPITAL: "SOL MADRID"CECIL lights and John Lunsford and Used less than 1 year. 724-0249., area. Lv. 27 Sept. '68. S.L. training program designed
FIELD: VENGENCEOF the Eight Balls will be on stage Gosc. 771-4894 or 771-3211 Ext. to have trainees ready manage
SHE;; Sunday. Happy hour is Monday SAN JUAN BEAUTY SHOP 301. one of our Consumer Finance
through Wednesday from 4:30 For Sale 4 unit shop. Call offices In the shortest possible
Sunday 29 Sept. until 6:30 p.m. 388-2117 or 388-9777. LAKE LOTS time. Salary and benefits are
BLUEJACKETS INN: Tonight Large lots on Santa Fe Lake.
NAS: "CHARILE BUBBLES" enjoy the beat of Phil Cay and ORANGE PARK FOR SALE BY Terms. Call Owner 3877379.B unusually good. An opportunityis
for the right man.
starring Albert Finney., Color the Qiantels and his GoGoGirls Owner Two Bedroom House, unsurpassed of
Apply at one our
Drama: A-M/G (99) from 8 p.m. until midnight. They and two story duplex furnished FLAT CLARINET FOR SALE Branch.Offices in
:i", HOSPITAL:. "TIlE ONE AND will perform from 9 p.m. to separate buildings, both on lot Boozy Hawks. Excel. Cond. AETNA FINANCE COMPANY person
ONLY, GENUINE ORIGINAL 1 a.m. Tomorrow from 2 to 6 87 1/2 x 225 ft. facing on two 781-3195. 5551 Normandy Blvd.
: FAMILY BAND" t p.m. Saturday afternoon and again streets. 264 9234.

,CECIL FIELD: "SOL MA- from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Sat- 1963, FORD GALAXY CON- SINGER MIDDLEBURG AREA

DRID" urday night. Sunday the Rush VERTIBLE $750 Call Sharon GOLDEN SEW Big Branch Rd., 5 acres 10
Monday 30 Sept. Hour will be the afternoon mu- 2166 or Harry 7'(1-( 3348. USED AS A DEMONSTRATOR acres & larger. Terms. Ph.
sic makers, and the Crystal DNLY. Like new,4dr.desk.Does 282-5272 or 282-5224.
NAS: "SAVAGE SEVEN" star- Cathedral will perform Sunday 66 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE DK. all this without attaclunents:Buttonholes -

ring Robert Walker and Adam night. Monday the Marshmellow Blue, W/W Fine Cond., Conv. fancy designs,' blind RETIRED NAVY COUPLEno
Roarke. Color Cycle Drama. Steamshovel will return to the Top, Tonneau, Radio & Heater.,; hems, overcasts winds bobbin ( children) wish to rent furn-
A/G (110) platform from 8 p.m. until mid Call 772 3408. through needle Bal. $41 or$5.20 ished or partly furnished house,

HOSPITAL: "CHARLIE BUB- night. Monday the Rush Hour SWAP WANTED ADR1 VX 8' mo. Free home trials. 771-8211 by ,October 1st., Call 771-7287.
BLES" will perform along with an extra Dealer.
PAX RIVER, MD. Commencement -
CECIL FIELD: "THE ONE added attraction, Tom Gary. Date 9-1-6?: .Phone ,'JUSTISS TRAILER'' PARK -1
AND ONLY GENUINE, ORIG- the Crystal Cathedralwill DARDEN Clean
Tuesday '771 3103 after 7 p.m. Qtr. Mile no. of NAS.
INAL FAMILY BAND" ,u,4 hf Llv under the lfahts..e.--" Subdivision, 9416 Crystal SpringsRd. modern'"'trailers & Apts. 389-
2127. Close to Cecil
., 781 .
Tuesday I Oct. Field 85x91' Lg. Lots water, 3007.
NAS: "TONY ROME" starring Near NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of
FOR $25 & Unfurn.
famines Rd. Furn.
Frank Sinatra and Jill St. John.
Color Detective-Drama. A-M / Sewing Machines, left in storage. Apts. Newly painted, 2BR, LR,
:;," VG ((117)) Good condition. Does everything, Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking.
HOSPITAL: "SAVAGE SEV- omplete with attachments Water, Sewage &Garbage incld.
Yours for storage charge, $25. Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call
EN" GOES A LONG WAY ach. Call 353-1946. Will deliver, weekends Call
,,CECIL FIELD: "alARLIEOOBLES" A LITTLE 38.-2541, nites or
A-l WAREHOUSE of Vacancies.
tfo obligation. 3890744. Plenty
W. c... them the VW 16 point S.l.ty and P.rformane.rythlnt tn.p"that.ct- 1606 MAIN ST.
and replaced
Wednesday. 2 Oct. n ton...d Than d It. And.e tuned CU.t..d up, tlfhUnvd them 100,. for the repair 1000 or mlU replacement. Comaon STEREO COMBINATION $63
e.' of all major mechMilcal part.for 30 dare or FOR RENT TRAILER, 2BDRS. CONSOLE MODEL with radio

: NAS: "DON'T RAISE THE ENGINE In and double"TRANSMISSION check. REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE $85. per month. Near Cecil Field ake up payments on beautiful
: BRIDGE,LOWER THE RIVER" ASSEMBLIES ELECTRICAL SYSTEM and N. A. S. call 771 6908 stereo like new. 4 speed record

starring Jerry Lewis and Terry 63 VW Sedan. . . . $895 dianger. Balance due$63. or $8
Thomas. .Color Comedy: GA/VG $900 68 OPEL KADET RALLYE Gold per month. Phone 353-1946 any-
Sedan. . . . . .
Credit Manager.
(107) 6,4, VW Radio W/Reverb., & Heater, 102 ime.: Ask for
HOSPITAL: "TONY ROME" 65 VW Sedan. . : '. 'E . ; $1195 tf.P. Eng. 5000 Mi. 771 1689 Will deliver, no obligation. A-l

CECIL FIELD: "SAVAGE 66 VW Sedan. . .:,,1: '. $1390 Music Center, 1606 Main St.

SEVEN" 67 VW Sedan. . :: .. .' ... $]&50 WANTED Orange TO Park PURCHASE or Bellair HOUSEIn area Facksonville.DO .

CanYou 66 VW Dlx Sta. .. .. .' v. .$1795 264-2879. YOU WANT TO BE A DISC*

66 VW Squareback. '. : .JJ/95 JOCKEY? For information call
355 4834. Day or night.
TAKE YOUR CAR 66 VW Fastback. . . . . $1595 & Display work. Hiring six

WITH YOU? 67 VW Karman Cpe . : $1950 men for full time or part time Unclaimed Layaway
For Financing' and Insurance $1850 employment in Air Purification& USED
Fastback . NEVER
Stateside' and Overseas. Call 67 VW Home Maintenance Equip. No experience -
sewing ma-
$2150 Twin needle Zig Zag
Air Condo . .
DYER M. BURR 67 VW Fastback, necessary $3. perhr., chine. Makes buttonholes, fancy
e. EMPLOYEES 68 VW Karman Ghia Cpe. . >2Z5U For Interview Call Mr. Shank or designs, blind hems. Paybal.$25cash

..::'. GOVERNMENT FINANCE. CORPORATION 65 CORVAIR Monza. . . . $1050 Mr. Duff at 384 1475. or $5 mo. Dealer. Free

:'f and 66 OLDS F 85l> lw 4 Dr. Loaded, Air Cond. $1895 ORANGE PARK home trial 771-9106 anytime.
FAIRLANE 500 2 Dr. H.T. Loaded. Air Cond. UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT
.;:. INSURANCE COMPANY . . $1950 EXECUTIVE AREA 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath
Rd. 771-0527 a Door Hardtop
;r. 5615 Timuauana' 67 MUSTANG HOLLY POINT Bungalow w/stove&refrig.Furn.
f 66 PLYM. Fury II 4 Dr. Extra Clean. Air Cond. $1850 4 BR, 2 Baths, Corner F'place, Dining Rm., Garage & Space

::1", 66 PL YM. Fury III 2 Dr. Hardtop . $1850 between LR & DR, Lge. Mod. Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545.
'F Kit., Wooded Lot Will refinanceFHA
OP 0tir . . $895
."1 64 PLYMOUTH 4 Door Atr cond. or VA $28,500.VIRGINIA STEREO CARTRIDGE CLUB -

., 66 FAIRLANE 50Q Dr. Stat Wac. All'Cond.Loaded$179 5 E. BELL Trade Your Old Tapes. Join

65 CHRYSLER New Yorker4 Dr. H.T. Air cond.$1950 REAL ESTATE Free Call 771 7845.
: 264 2488 Broker
Van. . . $1250 GRAN
;:' 65 CHEVROLET Sport (24 Hr: 356 2462) FOR SALE 65 RIVIERA

66 G.M.C. V Ton Pick Up. . . $1550 Sport. Exc. Cond., Call Lt. Sal-
OVER 40 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM FOR RENT 2 BR HOUSE FURN. lada. Ext. 8378 or 264 9263

4*, Orange Park Will rent to TAD after 1900.

r .' Personnel or Bachelors. 264 FOR SALE NEW SONY PORT-
# frenth.Frlt'S. A!! Ktn 6884. ABLE TV. Set Call Lt. Sallada
"t..&...t'On19"rl!') ;, Ext. 8378 or 2649263 after 1900

: BURGERS103rd Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & PART OR FULLTIME HELP
; St. & Blanding Blvd. 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, FI a. 781 5511 FHA Call resales Powell $50 or &Mills$100 dwn.USN wanted. Contact base.grass$1.60 cutting Hr.

Call l 771-7291 771-3103 Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat.. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l I PM to 6 PM Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park Immed.contractor Opening on 724-4064. .

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-- ?+I"A1 'a mi.3""iFt rSyarp ,,s qu master simplyas {
KARATE thing a person can
a means of being "tough." S
(Continued from Page 3)) "Somebody thinking that way, !
9 "
it's going to show up in school,
N watching across the ages the he said. "An accredited teacher
techniques of this young sailor would drop somebody like that
from Chicago as he leads the immediately. Or this cat would I
1I class. begin to think he knew enough,
'- "It's like a ballet," McKinnysays. and would drop out of the class i\ti+
E a "It's good for your coon to go off and start throwing his i
4 dination, keeps your weight down, weight around. Somebody would ';,t fN
s keeps you in good condition. After either brain him, or he'd end up ,h
you've been with it for a In jail.
--- while, and are involved with it, "Karate is a martial art,and a j":
wi4F2% 7cr: Jh w the self-defense part of it becomes sport, and a means of keepingin
almost secondary. You are condition. It is all these things J

9.I letting your mind work with your besides being a means of self- tl.
body to perform a kick you could defense. The old thing they used I
I never get just right before, to to say about boxing building con-
a drive your hand through three fidence is even more true for
h y .. omg boards without hurting it. You karate. Karate can build your
j gt rx rF KNOW you're going to break the knowledge of your ability to do
boards--it's just a question of damage to the point that you can
when." smile at a man who's pushingyou
A follower of the Shoto-Kan and walk away from him.
I( school of karate, one of the four "And that's the hardest move of
major schools (the one most all.
widely taught in the United States
and Japan) and noted for its emphasis -
I onbalance and technique -
I,: McKinny first studied in
I. Chicago. After joining the Navy,

... Linda Rothen he held informal sessions with
berger, right, throws high shipmates aboard the USS Orion, .
of Norfolk and later attended -
out ,
against Sue Cloves'lungepunch
a school In Boston while a-
.1 ->
1 as beginner pu board the USS Cascade,stationed_ rtar
;( pils look on. The two girls, there. It was there he receivedhis
: wearing the traditional karategi black belt.
: are advanced students. lie sees little chano of karate
(Navy photo by AA S.G. becoming the menace to public Y
Stillings.) welfare some have warned of.
Karate, he feels, is not some-

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NEW & useD TV SET : ;;::: :::;' j
tjl\ HAUL AWAY SN Carl G.
NEW d USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES f> ; Musser tends line aboard the
To a captain whose daughters decided to a
; j;rrff'f NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITER t ; M; auxiliary fleet tug USS Moso-
have a double wedding-and a double reception iMffi pelea as a target is
%E Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms \\i i rf gunnery
t t' .. i with double the guests. W @ : lifted out of the water. The
rF" { "f;x': Hrs 9 am 7 pm Come In & Browse .'.*.,mj, ;. Mosopelea is one of 11 tugs under -
;k'; :: !: To a retired! Navy couple who wanted to '-:' the' Commander, Service.

!*. *, seethe United States, by 'land; 5326 W.sc..tt It 103r. 771-0750 vorce, Atlantic Fleet.

J To a family that needed a piano, piano JAX S GREATESTFURNITURE

I lessons, and a piano tuner for their six-year2 -

2 old son's musical career. VALUES''
y $
; I
.t1'r' .'. To a man with a home, who wanted a boat I'M C / WHOESALE

' ::1 l to with it.

, To a corpsman, for the hospital bills of a

II daughter with a set of bad tonsils. ,

!!n" We're not in business yA rod @ i vSd SUNDAY 9-9 DAY I I I

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Youngsters : favgiii'c'ma ""! j
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Car Theft Await

New CO
Jax--within the next 30 min-
, utes 30 automobiles will be thefts, Jax--Patrol Squadron Forty
stolen from somewhere in the ment is Five will hold its 27th changeof
United States and 88 per cent prevent command on Wednesday, when
'f of the alleged auto thieves will and at I Cdr. W.H.Saunders relieves Cdr.

be under age 25 and more than ating ..... .. H.D. Wilbur as commanding
50 per cent under 18. .., officer.
Auto theft has been termedas ." Following the ceremonies heldat
the nation's number one"teen- suade $;' ,,,' 11 a.m. in the VP Hangar
age crime", and careless motorists stealing, % Complex a reception will be heldat
ignitions f the Officers Club.A .
are the chief contributers ''
according to station Police cars. : '11l' going-away party for Cdr.
Chief D. L. Laude rmill, a Wilbur, which was held Friday
National statistics show that of 1 night, was attended by squadron
officers and their wives. Guestsof
the more than 500,000 autos stolen -
last year, 80 per cent were honor included Capt. and Mrs.
found to have been left unlockedand \ W.W. Honour and Capt. and Mrs.
40 per cent had the key in D.C. Overman, commander Fleet
the ignition when stolen. of VAP-62 were advanced in rate Air Wing Eleven and Fleet Air
"That favorite standby, 'it Feb. exams. Those receiving ad Wing Eleven chief staff officer

won't happen to me', I park my from Cdr. Ronald G. Shelly, execu respectively.The .
car near the barracks, or I -- were (I to r) ADJ3 Larry Hayden, evening commenced with a
park my car near my home, hasto the ADJ3 Ernest Stark, ADJ3 James Mer cocktail party hosted by Cdr.
be ruled out" Chief sented and Mrs. Saunders and: attended
says in rate but is serving with VAP-62's
Laudermill, "because statistics by VP-16, VP-5 and VP-7 commanding -
again show that nearly twothirdsof sonville officers, executive officers -
The and their wives, in addi-
all auto thefts occur at night
monies Honored tion to the other Other
and more than one-half of auto guests.
thefts occur from private residences gion's highlights included a buffet din-
tion ner and presentation of going-
apartments or streets in
residential areas. From the beginning sisted Relief Work away gifts to Cdr. and Mrs. Wil-
15 ReTIReMeNT.I"t -- - --
of May to the end of
The Gifts included a wall-mounted
July this year, seven autos have
been stolen right here at NAS TSgt. were wick had earned the 1,000 hour sword holder and maw any bar
Jax", he continued, "and: the with Sgt. their charms and Irma Hartwirk also from the officers of VP-45 anda I
total number of motor4 vehicles Navy was the recipient 01 the 2t>00 full-color, 16 x 20 framed photograph -
stolen at NAS during the calen- E. hour charm award. of the squadron's airra.rr. -
rison T.
27.dar year 1967 is recorded at in the ""l

Day 100
"Every car owner should assume -
full responsibility lock, rade is ; 100 1 Y 8 M

ing his car against theft. Such ing the ; r
county ; re -
precautions prevent a
large share of impulsive first designed in ; were and
car thefts and help save many The
youngsters from starting on the or
road to serious delinquency. A
car ready to drive is just too
much of a temptation for a teen-

ager," Chief Laudermill said. tions 1959. Mar-, c ,.

Mad Foxes and

Keep Right OfJ Mer--

On WinningJax Task-Helen hour

-- Patrol Squadron Five,
Mad Foxes, have been announcedas
the winners of the Chief of Naval -
Operations Aircraft l Maintenance ,.-- He- CHARM WINNERS-RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, congratulates
Award. S 600 Irma Hartwick (I) and Joann Abelein for their hours of work

The Foxes who were in competition ; and by in the Navy Relief program
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Folly By Bud Goode

HOLT BLACKBURN FOX PICKELL KIMBALL Can the electronic computer predict the winners in the American -
Football Eastern and Western Divisions t
Florida vs Florida St. Fla. Fla. St. Fla..St. Fla St Fla. SL Fla St. On the opening day of the.current baseball season the el tron..lcevaluator ,
I, Boston Coll vs Navy Navy Navy BC Navy BC ,BC tabbed the St. Louis Cardinals to 'walk away with the
Nebraska vs Minnesota Neb. Neb. Minn. Minn. Minn. Neb. pennant in the National League, and picked Detroit as the victorin
N.C. State vs Oklahoma N.C. St Okla. Okla. N.C. St Okla. Okla. the American League. So far this season the computer has hita
I ND ND HD Purdue Purdue ND homerun.
Notre Dame Purdue
UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA How aobut the AFL? Computer Corner poured all of last season's -
'h Wash State vs UCLA injuries) Into our Uni-
Col. Col. Cola statistics (including pre-season game
Col Cor
11;, Cornell vs Colgate Col versity Computing Corp. electronic evaluator, and came up with
1 f Illinois vs Missouri Ho. Mo. III. III. Mo. Mo. the following predictions:
'! Ohio St vs SMU Ohio St. Ohio St SHU Ohio St SMU Ohio St.
Mich Duke
Duke vs. Michigan Duke Duke Duke
NEW YORK: 400 300 OAKLAND 450 220
l HOUSTON 300 200 KANSAS: C1TV 390 250
MIAMI 240 340 SAN: DIEGO; 370 320
BUFFALO 220 300 DENVER 250 400
II BOSTON 275 380 CINCINNATI: : 220 350
J. -
.[ ------- Winning ,football is a balance between offense (Points For), and
-' defense (Points Against). In the AFL last season offense was
; h'T "II" I about 5% more important than defense for the AVERAGE teamin
the league (computer weight for offense .81 vs .76 for defense).
OPENINGIBONANZA Barring major.injuries, the above table shows what the computer
=G..IID predicts in the way of offense and defense for the ten teams in

the AFL.
rli "AI l : .,. -"''' The most important statistics in AFL football which determinethe
standings at the end of the season are: number of fumbles
(computer weight.81)); rushing average per game, .72; numberof
opponent rushes, a ball control statistic, .70; opponent yards
lost passing, (a measure of your defensive line), .66; opponent
mobile homesTHIS passer tackled, .63; field goal percentage, .62; your yards lost pass
ing, -.CO; your passer tackled, (a measure of your opponent's defensive -
line.60; .and total yards penalized.60..
Both well balanced teams New York and Houston should be
battling for the title in the Eastern Division. Computer Corner
has found that passing accuracy, as measured by a quarterback'sper
cent completion record, is one of tho best predictors of a team's
FREE Entertainmentby offense. Joe Namath completed 53% of his passes last year, vs only
41% for Houston's Pete Beatherd. Both passers were well pro-
Nashville Recording Star tected the Jet's quarterback was dumped 28 times, Houston's
passer 20 times. If dandy Joe Namath can live up to his star
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I Intro-mural Snorts Wranun I I sports Briefs the Those roadway.interested in hunting aboard hunters member must in good have a standing.valid Florida All

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Since the recall of three reserve -Dack, Rausa, scored all three The Atheletic Department of some of the basic rules established to all rulings established by the
squadrons at Cecil, the touchdowns on pass plays. On has announced the opening of win- by the Club. Hunters State. Hunters must check in
intra-mural sports scheduleswill the first, he connected with Edwards ter golf at Cecil. Intramural must either be Rod and Gun Club and out with the Cecil Field Officer -
be corrected to omit VA- early in the first quar- competition will begin Wednesday members or be the guest of a of the Day.

831, VA-661, and VA-931. Because ter. The second was to Tom October 2 and the deadlinefor
of the withdrawal of these Young and the third to Harvey team registration is Mon-
-- squadrons, VA-81 has been allowed Irby. VA-174 scored in the first day September 30. For details
to enter as a late start- and last quarter of the game call Ext. 498 the Athletic Dept.
er, and will compete against all with a short pass to Jack Kim- Last weekend was the Mens
the teams presently in the league. ble, who ran 50 yards for the Golf Association's Tournament.Vic .
Earlier, when two games were score and an 80-yard runbackby Barton ended with low gross
scheduled for the same day,.one Bobby Brown. Al Hardesty with low net, Bill
had always been played at Yel- On Wednesday, Sept. 18, in Stott, second low net, and Roy
lowater Field, but because of the another surprise game, Weapons Neal, third low net. All were '
inconvenience of getting there,all defeated AMD 32 0. The game awarded gift certificates to t *
games will be played from now belonged to Weapons from the be used at the pro shop.
on at the B Circle Field at five beginning when they scored a Looking forward is the Mem-
and six p.m. The following is a safety in the first three downs. ber guest matches temporarily _
schedule of the games. Outstanding players of that game scheduled for late October.

September 26; VA-37 vs VA- were quarterback Fletcher, ends Next week Thursday October
44 ((1700)) and VA-12 vs VA- Burnett and Carty whom he con- 3, will be the last meeting for
87 ((1800)) nected with for touchdowns, and the Cecil Field Rod and Gun
September 30; VA-45 vs Wea- running back Jenkins. Club prior to the opening of :
pons (((1700)) and VA-44 vs Marines Following are the football tour dove season aboard the station.
((1800)) naments which will be coveredin Discussion will include final
October 1; VA-12 vs VA-37 depth after the completionof plans for the opening day. Sat- 4-ij' [
((1700)) and AMD vs VA-81 ((1800)) intra-mural football here at urday, October 5. Specifically,
October 2; VA-174 vs AMD Cecil! areas that will be open for park- .
((1700)) and VA-87 vs Marines Oct. 21 25 COMFAIRJAX] ing will be selected and properly
((1800)) tournament.Oct. marked so parked automobiles FIRST CUSTOMER..Betty West (left) and Donna Soehlman,
October 3; VA-44 vs Weapons\ 28; CINCLANFLEET .will not interfere with travel and serve an unidentified Marine during their Bate( Sale last
((1700)) and VA-87 vs Marines tournament at NAS Little Creek. will not be parked where they Thursday. The sale was such a success that the ladies have
((1800)) Nov. 4-8; Sixth Naval Dis- may become bogged down in wet decided to do it again at the same places next Thursday,
Last Week's Results: trict tourney at NAS Jax. or mudded areas adjacent to October 3.
September 17; VA-45 6, VA- Nov. 11 through 15; East Coast
37 0. invitational at NAS Occana. -

September 18; VF-931 12VA12 TENNIS:
6, and Weapons 32, AMD 0. The present tennis standings ,
show VA-831 ahead with a 28
September 19 VA-4518, VA-
17412 and ; and 2 record and VA-37 second I U.k
-Marines 1, VA-831.
with 20 and 5.BOWLING .
September 23; VA-1212, VA-
44 28 and AMD :
8, VA-37 26.
OVERALL STANDINGS: In winter league bowling, topsin
VA-44 3 the three leagues are as follows -
and 0, VA-174 3 and
1, Marines : In the Continental League
3 and 1, VA-45 2
and 1 VA-12 and Weapons with a 3
Weapons 2 and 1, VA-
87 2 and 1. and 1. In the National League
AMD and VA-45 #2 with 3 and
There were some unexpected 1 records are hot behind 4 and .
upsets in last week's games. i
Before the season opened, the 0.The American League has NAM-

Marines were thought ot be TG ahead with a 3 and 1 and all ,
strongest, but resting on their other ,teams with a 2 and 2 t-
past laurels proved not enoughas record. *
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who looked good early'in the sea LOST -- Diamond ring, yellow
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.' ,'. :', ." '. MARTD Takes Second 1 f

t f {o4p In N. L Grid Race j

Jax -- Admin remains in second place in the American League Intramural Football title quest, and J
W at MARTD rushed into the runner up slot in the National League, behind powerful VAP 62, with two '
victories last week. VP 16 remained a game in front of pursuing Admin with a 38 0 schellacking of 1
FAETU. VP 16's potent offense rolled up their point total with five men contributing. Bob Schide,
the AL's leading scorer led the league leaders attack with a pair of touchdowns. Oma Elder, Dick '
Barnard, and Terry Byrne all scored one touchdown and Tom Fletcher and George Kibler scored two "
point conversions. Admin kept the pressure on VP 16 with a 14 6 win over FAETU. Dave Tuscan,
the league's second _!leading, scorer, Mike Hofer and Tim Sweeney scored TD's for Admin, and BobTuscan
scored a two point
conversion.VP VP 30 scoreless in their en- winners. Mike Riddle's play j
45 evened their season counter. MARTD dropped VP alone dropped the loser's into
record at 3- 3 with a 0- 6 victory 0 30 scoreless in their encounter. oblivion. Riddle scored three
r overVP-5 20-6. Clarence MARTD dropped VP 30 into touchdowns and booted a 20-yard
.r Dickerson scored a touchdown third place in the N. L. with a field goal to account for 21 of
and two point conversion for 14-0 win over Dorman and Co. the winner's points. Ray Bad-
Potter Pondering the winners, and Ron Bell and Curt Wilson and Dennis Mart ovanitz, another of the league'stop
Dick Beavdoin added touchdowns.Fruk scored TD's for MARTD, and scorers, scored two touch-.
Jr: Yes, Charles Potter took awhile to select last week's games, Schlatt scored the loser's Bob Barr added a two point downs and two point afters::, and
but the FAETULANT First Class Personnelman got 'em all lore score. VP 5 nudged conversion.In Bob Hille and Floyd Midgett
:' right, and his tie-breaker pick made him the Jax Air News Weapons 6 0 to even out their their other contest, MARTD (VAP 62's 13th player to score)
I first winner of the 'You Pick Um' contest. week action as Schlatt again blasted VW 4, 26 0, as the each were credited with two -
scored the touchdowns. National League's thirdleading point conversions.
1st MARTD's play highlightedthe scorer, Bob Barr, broke lose for A/C Maintenance took a pair of
t FAETU Man Captures National League action as three touchdowns. Bob Johnson victories during the week and
they picked up a pair of victor- also scored a touchdown as wellas shoved their season record to
f ies and surged into second place. a two pointer, point after. 3-4. They bounced cellar -
'You Pick Um' Contest MARTD's line, anchored byDoug League leading VAP 62 dwelling VW 4, 18 0,
Ewing and Gary Pinkston,white played their usual game. They as Wade SumnerJim Legere,and
) washed both their opponents last smashed slipping NARTU, 39-0 Al Thompson scored touchdowns.
Jax -- 'You Pick Um' is off to a flying start and the competition week, and held Jim Dorman of as four players scored for theSEEWOKTHY A/C Maintenance nudged 679th

I in the opening week's contest was brisk, but Charles A. Potter, 34, ___.m.u___.__ m_____.....u.__.______ 9 8 as their defense providedthe
a First Class Personnelman at FAETULANT was victorious as his winning margin with a safety
tie breaker prediction was the closest to the final outcome of although the winning point came
Saturday's Notre Dame Oka- via a penetration. Al Thompson
homa contest. Potter predicted GS2 G. Crawford, and AMS3 G. scored the winner's touchdown,
all ten contests correctly and R. Van Alst. and Frank Chiodo scored 679's

predicted the Irish over Okla- Of the total entires, NASprog- TD, and Ed O'Connor the two -
homa by 38 24 count. The nasticators had an 84.So/a/ accuracy point conversion.
actual final score was 45-21. mark. NARTU zipped by the Marine
: Others who had 10-0 slates Barracks 14 0 as Ken Winkle
I for the initial contest were;MMC Potter is a native of Oakdale, and Pat Hilger scored TD's and '
J. R. Harden, ADRC J. R. HefTennessee and although his Vols the NARTU defense accounted fora
I fner, AN F. T. Eskridge, AS1 weren't in action last week, his apir of points with a safety.
R. E. Causby AZ2 R. C. Duguid, football knowledge payed off and This week's big between
i AA R. L. Hairline AD3 Wayne he will be one of the ten winner's game
Admin and VP 16 was played
i K. Soud, ATR3 J. A. Kovach, vying for the season award.
last night, and provided an opportunity -
for Admin to gain a tie
for the league lead. VP 16
F + J f' ''AAWh and Admin are pretty well
I Aa safe from the of the A '
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lAX -- Football Is here I And! full scale grid warfare is beingS Jax -- The Pinsters toppedthe 4-0 win over Supply # 2 In last Officers defeated 679th 3 1.
Playboys 3 1 in local act- week's competition. The Trainers while the VW 4 Chiefs also
waged throughout the USA.and MA is no exception. The Intramuralues
American and National football lea are in mid season and VAP ion last week and increased their Mad Foxes ## 1, and! Elec- posted a 3 -. 1 win; knocking off
record to 17 3, tops in the trons also posted sweeps, over the Spoilers. The AFEES and
62 and! VP 16 look stronger << t on opposing defense is phemon- National League. In other NL the Pro's, Datatechs and! Red Supply # 1 split in their con-
action, the second place Outcasts Darters ## 1
respectively. The
emal. The VP 30 scatbackis away with something last week.
split with the Hard Hats 2-2, Tipplers bounced the X Impulses test.The Continental League lead-
touch- Not it alert
averaging nearly two really, was an yeo-
Foggy Five # 1 and COP's FIC 3 1/2 to 1/2, while the Hunt- ing Pinbenders withstood the
downs per game (hmm shades of man type who called the blunder -
both scored 4-0 victories via ers and Caduceus # 1 posted challenge of second place Red
J. Simpson) while his club to my
forfeit, AOMD # 1 and Paid 3-1 victories over the Sandbaggers -, Darters last week and droppedthe
will have
challenges VAP 62 for the National Again you ample
League title. Another ball coverage this weekend. The Folk split, and the Red Darters and Strikers respectively. challengers 3-1 while the
/## 3 and NFO "B" scored .
3-1 King Pins moved into, a second
interesting sidelight {is that a Florida Florida State contest
dozen VAP 62 performers have will be on Channel 17 at 1:45 wins over the Sky Warriors and The Vapogees retain possession place tie with a 4 0 sweepof
. managed to cross opposing goal p.m. Saturday. Dunno if any of AOMD /# 2 respectively. of first place in the Atlan- the White Hats. The Torp
. lines this season. you are lucky enough to have Caduceus ## 3 holds top spot in tic League with a 3 1 win Turners, MARTD ./## 1 and Chokers -
the tight American League race. over MARTD # 2. The Wagles also swept their series. The
I BASEBALLIt (Continued on Page 16)) The front runners posted a Foggy Five # 2, and Uncles Marine Barracks defeated the

is World Series time again. posted sweeps over the Leftovers Playmates 3-1, and Caduceus
The military definitely won't Chiefs VP 30 and Bean- # 2 and the Spatks split their
come to a halt during the Tiger- I 'You Pick Urn'NAME I burners respectively. TheVW-4 four games.

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J 200 CLUB -I I[ Intramural Bowling StandingsAmerican 1 KAL'S. (Continued KORNER from Page 15)) 1

; 600 Series : Becker. Torp Tun- ii'' "*" tickets, but ABC should do right j
ers 215 170 226 -- 611 in bringing it iulu your liv1n-
League Hunters 12-8 Eagles 16- 8
rooms. Sunday, once again weget'
Caduceus 1## 1 MARTD #
# 12-8 13-7
Dietrich Cad. 1 268 regional contests you have
Caduceus # 3
Becker, Torp Tuners 226 Datatechs 8-8 679th 14 10 your selection of either New York
Strikers 14-6 Electrons: 10 10 Spoilers 13 11
,. Alcoran. Uncles 218 and Buffalo on Channel 12, or
Tipplers 13.5 6.5 Pro's 9.5 10.5 Chiefs VW 4 13-15
Becker Trop Tuners 215 the New York Giants Washington -
Trainers 13-7 X Impulses Chiefs VP 30 11 13
tilt Channel 4. A-
Bickel Elect. on
# ..Mad Foxes 1## 1 7-13 Beanburners 9-15 bout the difference, will be
Barry, MARTD 1 212 only
( Mullin, AFEES 209 ladellleodeot Mei'sSffMdhBis Sandbaggers 7-13 Foggy 5 /# 2 9-15 that the Giant-Redskin game will
Red Dan.# 1Sdpply AFEES 9-15 I
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i Cooksey, Sparks 209 a
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I Beerman, Cad. #3 209 Lilli. 1.514.5Continental Leftovers 3 17 ya next week --
I Apollo Mad Fox # 1 206
Nicely, Foggy Five # 2 206 Machinists # 3 8 -1 League

Lecas, Spoilers 204 Pub. Wks Cont. 7 = 2 Pi'nbenders 19-5
Wingate, ,MARTD # 1 ,203 #
Pub. Wks 6-3 Red Dart. # 2 16-8 NEEDOSff I
Last week's National League Machinists # 1 5-4 Pins
King 16-8
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Active duty personnel who Power Plant 3'-6 Torp Tuners 10 14
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