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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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bj Ut Holt Puhll.ttnd t OmpY)..prtvit firm.Opinions ipnuwl by tee publisher and wlttra hrnln art their own and KM lo b.eonMd_<1 an o IM cia I*xpr.ana> .>!any
lllUrr department.Tb..ppear.nc.01 adYtrUwimnta.la this publication does ooteoiwUlutt u iKtorMmtnt of tnj military department if the products or anlci* VOL. 26 NO. 46 U.J.NAVAL AIR STATION.JACKJONWLLE, FLORIDA FEBRUARY 20 1969 By JOC Chuck Schrover

Jax -- The battle for the South Atlantic entry into the 1969 r

All Navy Basketball tournament shaped up into a struggle

Falcons' between COM FIVE (PhibLant) and COM SIX (Pensacola)

SOUTH ATLANTIC Tuesday night. The two East Coast powerhouses bi.iged heads

Tuesday with PhibLant gaining
ReturnHome : -, REGIONAL the upper hand, 107-86. Other regional are being entries decided into this tAllNavy
Pensacola and PhibLant, expected -
week at Newport, R.L, North
to be the toughest before
Atlantic) and Beach Calif.
} Long ,
the tournament, warmed for
up
(West Coast).
their South Atlantic Regional en-
The All-Navy tourney will begin -
counter by jumping on Com-
with ban-
EIGHT (Chase Field, Tex.) and Sunday evening a
Jax -- The Black Falcons of COM TEN, (Guantanamo Bay) in quet at the Candlelight, with the
locally based Patrol Squadron Monday night's opening games.- regional champs drawing for op-
Seven will be officially home Chase Field drew Pensacola in ponents In Monday's opening
when the squadron's skipper,CdrC. the opening contest and fell preyto round.
I. Stratmann returns to the the swooping Goshawks 126-
station Sunday. 73 despite 6'-2" Bob Orchid's Ftbranry CfrtaRttirtfsDM3.9
The squadron has been deployed 21 point performance for the
to the Naval Air Facility at Texans. Top hawk in the initial
Sigonella, Sicily, since early Oc H'l contest was Tom Hunter, who %
tober 1968. cranked in 17 points for the
The first wave of Falcon air- Florida
craft led by T. E. Curry,squadron entry. Mardi Pay Hikt
XO Is scheduled to touchdownat Eight PhibLant Gators hit for
Jax today and airlift personnelare 4 double figures enroute to their Civil Service employees who
118-82 lacing of Gitmo in Mon-
expected to arrive tomorrow are retired on March 1 will have
LLyo day night's other contest. Charlie -
and Saturday. their retirement pay boosted by
Hatcher paced the Gator vic-
More up to date Information W 3.9 per cent. This increase in
cL with 19, while Gitmo's -
arrival time is being made avail- tory aggressive annuities will be in the regular
able to dependents at the squadron Willie Whittle was one April annuity checks which pay
off the leader's total with
office Ext. 3580. point
duty annuity for March 1969.
The last five aircraftare 18.
squadron The Civil Service Commission
scheduled to begin their west Freedom's Foundation Tuesday night, Chase Field and pointed out that an employeemust
ward journey home tomorrow Gitmo tangled In the loser's be separated or his pay
stopping at Rota, Spain, Lajes bracket, with the Texas.quintet must cease no later than Feb.
t'., and Argentia before the last Fal- Wave Pens Medal eliminating Gitmo 106-98 in the 28. U an employee has appliedfor
cons are re united with their two losses-your-outtourney. disability retirement and the
families and friends in Jackson- scorer Bob Orchid sent Gitmo1, Commission cannot process the
ville Sunday. entry back to their Island while claim by the Feb.28deadlinethe
.
J This was the fourth deploy- Winning Letter :" leading his,team to its first win employee may request and be
ment to Sigonella for Patrol .' ,'"v rAn : / v In the regional with.a pO-polnt: granted ,. leaver.ithqut_ pay be-
Squadron{ Seven and its third in air station Wave has been In the ,letter "ttiohe- the surge." ginning March 1. _
three years. As in previoustours selected to receive an Honor Medal Honor: Medal, Miss Teal wrotein Last night's game 'saw Chase If the disability'claim is later
the operational commit- for her entry in the Freedoms "We,as Americanshavea Field and Pensacola at 7 o'clockas approved, the increased annuity
ments were heavy with the squadron Foundation at Valley Forge, Pa., spree country, in which we are Jax Air News went to press. begins March 1 and annual leave
available 1,000 hours each annual letter writing contest. proud, be it good or bad. And The winner of that game will is payable. If the claim is not
month in the air. ETN3 Lizabeth J. Teal of because we have built this coun- meet PhibLant tonight for the allowed, sick or annual le..n.emay
Operating under the opera Ground Electronics Maintenance try, then we are entitled to the title. If Pensacola l knocks off the be used to make up the time
tional control of Commander based her entry on the patriotic right and privilege to choose our Gators tonight, then the crown the employee was on leave with
Maritime Air Mediterranean, organization's pre selected own speakers for the people.The will go up for grabs in a 2 out pay.It .
VP 7's primary mission was topic of "A Free Ballot -- A ballot is the only direct spokesman o'clock afternoon contest to- was emphasized that em -
to support Sixth Fleet and NATO Free Country. that we, the peoplehave. morrow. ployees who take this "earlyout
operations by locating and track- Top awards in the contest -- I, as an American enjoy the feel- Meanwhile, ComSubPac, well will lose almost all of
ing submarines operating $1,000 and an encased Freedoms ing of pride and security each rested after clipping ComNav the sick leave credited to them.
throughout the Mediterranean. Foundation George Washington time I see 'Old Glory' raised. Philippines 109-83 Monday, pre- Besides increasing an em -
Shipping surveillance, whichis Honor Medal -- went to Army Lt. I shudder to think that I wouldnot pares to fly over Pacific trade ployee's annuity, the new raise
normally a secondary mis Cols. William R. Ellis Korea, be able to share this feeling winds to represent Western Pacific will apply to each qualified sur-
sion, shared an equally impor- and Thomas G. Wright, a Port- with my grandchildren because I in next week's All-Navy vivor of an employee who retires -
tant role, and VP 7 aircraft land, Ore. reservist. did not exercise my basic rights tourney here. The Raider's How- on or before Feb. 28 and
were airborne daily sighting Three Navy men and a Marine ." ard Hassen displayed a 28-point to the survivor annuity paid to a
and reporting locations of naval were selected also. They will This year's contest was the performance inthe deciding Wes- child or children of an employee -
units. In November, it was receive $100 and an Honor Medal 20th held by the Freedoms Foun- tern Pacific regional game at who dies at any time in the
VP 7 aircraft that led news- and accompany the two top win- dation. Pearl Harbor. future. .
men to the location of the Soviet ners and seven other winners to
helicopter carrier *'Moskva"for Valley Forge and Washington,
photographs. D. C.T". Former Chief of Naval Personnel

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J03 Jackie Kobus ground information regarding the hours last year in giving assistance -
Navy. to Navy and Marine
Jax--V Adm. William R.Smed- Mrs. Charles Lyndon, widowof Corps personnel and their de-
bert, USN, (Ret), was guest of RAdm. Charles Lyndon, Is pendents. Four hundred and
honor at a luncheon honoring volunteers the Society's Field Representative twenty ? eight gratuities, almost
and officials of Navy from Washington, D.C., and $35,000, were given out, and
: : : -_ Relief Society auxiliaries from will be conducting the course.It more than $55,000 in loans were
; Jacksonville, Glynco and Albany, will run through March 14, made.

Ga., Mayport and Cecil Field Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- On a national level, anotuer
Feb. 14. The former chief of days, from 9 a.m. to noon, In big part of the Navy Relief So-
Naval Personnel, now onayear'sleave Bldg. 501. Wives desiring to take ciety's fundsareinaidingchildrenof
Mw of absence from his postas the course are requested to call personnel through college. To
president of the Society, addressed the Navy Relief Office, 7723315or date, a total of 1,200 dependents
over 80 members, including 389-5308, by 4 today.
p.m. of this
,. are taking advantage op-
,, We.'t 1av
Vahat.+!rl RAdm. RJ. Stroh COM- Admiral Smedberg gave brief portunity.
FAIRJAX, and Capt. H.O. Cut- history of the Society from its
ler, NAS commanding officer. He beginning 65 years ago. He recounted Admiral Smedberg stressedthe
of officers
told them he considered the peo- how it first was organ- Importance division -
+ ple who worked with the Societyto ized to assist widows and orphansof having a thorough knowledge -
of the of the So-
taeWON'T be "among the finest peopleat Navy and Marine Corps per- workings
He said it is tool
ciety. a great
command. sonnel.
every
The luncheon came, appro- He said, "Since that time it for helping their men.
priately enough, In time to spear- has grown to be a $174 million Admiral Smeooerg aid that
YOU VOLUNTEER--VAdm. William R. Smedberg. president head the Navy Relief Society's corporation used specifically to the Navy Relief Society can take
of the Navy Relief Society, discusses getting the word Annual Training Course for volunteer aid personnel and their dependents care ofyany emergency need that
out about the Society with (I l-r) Mrs. T.E. Curry, Mrs. Jane wives, both officer and in time of need. may occur. Through its volunteers
Chenualt, and Mrs. C.T. Faulders Jr., following a luncheon enlisted. Attendance will not only The local auxiliary of the Society which he called "theheart
held Friday. The women are chairmen of receptionists, interviewers enable wives to participate in handled 2,21 leases for area and soul of Navy Relief" the
and volunteers, respectively, of the Jacksonville the work of the Society, but will personnel In 1968. The 110 volunteers Society Is always there in time
..2;.. auxiliary of the Society. provide valuable general back- worked a total of 20,000 of emergency and need.


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Refund or payment? That is the
question concerning most citi-
Drive To SurviveA zens as the deadline draws near
: for filing our 1968 income tax

returns.

good traffic safety program pointed out that an undermanned Whether you will ,be among
requires three simple elements, police force cannot properly reg- those receiving a refund or having
known as the three E's of traf- ulate heavy traffic and apprehend +1 toy 9 to make up the difference between
fic safety: Engineering,Enforcement and bring to justice all of the what was taken out of your pay
and Education.In offenders. It must be concluded and what is due Uncle Sam, the
view of the adverse traffic therefore, that our only hope result is inevitable -- the sooner
record aboard this station, it lies in education of drivers 4 .a you get it in the mail the soon

seems that a review of the three retraining, if you will, to correct # "? er you can ,quit worrying about
E's would be in order. In the and eliminate the poor habits !it.And
area of engineering, it appears and practices that drivers A p it stands to reason that
that we are encompassed in a drift into and seem never to the sooner you receive the money,
situation from which we cannot correct without training assist- : in the case of those receiving refunds -
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escape regardless of what' ance. : r' the greater amount of time
changes may be made. For example On this station without cost to you will have for it to draw in-
presently there are three the participants there is an approved \ 'J b terest. Therefore, it can mean a
traffic lanes available for peak National Safety Council few more dollars in your child's
outbound traffic; however, there Defensive Driving Course with educational fund, the family
are only two lanes on Highway qualified instructors who canard Christmas fund or that retire-
17 to receive and move this will train drivers to practice the ment nest egg that you have been

mass. In effect it is comparableto little known art of defensive driv- s building up over the years.
forcing three quarts of ma- And for those who will have to

terial into ahalf-gallonmeasure. ing.The only hitch is convincingyou face the inevitable, that of pay-
Therefore, until Highway 17 has and me as individuals that
additional lanes, our outgoing such training is a must if we /
traffic will continue to move are to survive in motor vehicle

slowly. traffic. It entails the desire on HAIR PIECES---New styles, types of hair pieces and acces-
Signs, traffic controls,signals, the part of each individual to sories will be introduced Navy Exchange patrons by Mrs.

etc., governing traffic flow on the get involved personnally and be Helen Wilkinson, (r), dealer in women's beauty supplies, cos-
station has long since passedthe "
saturation point. In fact, it exposed not something to the which teaching.can be It obtained Is- metics and wigs, Feb. 26 in the Mall beauty shop at 10 a.m.

is felt that in some areas these by makfng a monetary and 2 p.m. Models will wear hair pieces during the two demon-

items have been overdone.In contribution or mutual agreementthat strations. Discussing the demonstration with Mrs. Wilkinsonis

area of enforcement, it is it is a good thing and then the beauty shop manager, Mrs. Myrt Wilson.

promptly: forgetting it. We must
participate and be exposed to

this training. It is useless to A Grooving SaturdayBy
Div I me Services quote statistics; everyone is
aware of the situation. However,
they are unimpressed even thoughthe

ROMAN CATHOLIC self same statistics pointout LCdr. Cecil D. Harper, Jr., CHC USN
to them the dangers ahead ing their share, the earlier you
St. Edwards (Impel and warn that the time for a O.K. Fellows, let's close this mythical generation gap for a moment get your returns off the sooner

& change is now, not after you or and shed some light on some of the facts of life. you can quit worrying about them.
SUNDAY MASS -- 9 11 a.m. a loved one gets involved in an Have you been to Vietnam yet? :You haven't? You're lucky. You You will also reduce the pos-
DAILY MASS - -11:30
a.m.
accident and joins the statistical have been? You are lucky, too. Yeah, lucky. You got back, didn't sibility of making a costly mis-
SATURDAY MASS 9
-
a.m. column. This is not a drive for you? Maybe not all together,. but you got back. Some didn't. The take during a last minute rush to
CONFESSIONS - 5p.m.
5:30 & 7 p.m.1:30 contributions of money for research generation, 'gap doesn't 'mean a thing to them. They don't,even knowit make'the deadline.:
p.m. p.m.. related to the inherent
exists. In any event, the moment of
TUESDAY ... Catholic ills of mankind. This is a driveto Some of our men in Vietnam don't even think about it. There was truth ha$ arrived -- it's time to
Single Young Organization -
7:30 survive the loud, crashing, one, for instance, at Khe'Sanh, sitting in his bunker with his pocket get busy and compile those figures -
- - -
p.m.U. bone
instantaneous
bloodletting, transistor and the Armed Forces Radio Network was playing and compute those exemp-

S. NAVAL HOSPITAL crushing,vehicle life releasing accidents.It .effectof "Grooving on a Saturday Night." But, he was hearing other words-- tions and deductions. And, although -
motor words that smacked of reality, something like: we have a highly complextax
St. Luke's (' is appeal to
liapd an everyoneto
Grooving on a Saturday Night: system, the government has
little of his time anda
give a There's been a battle over here.., Somebody's bleed ing--Man, made every attempt to make it
lot of his attention
Sunday MASS - 8:00 a.m. to correct- he's got pain--hut he's holding another man's head. The other as simple as possible.
unsafe habits and
PROTESTANT ing practicesnow guy doesn't move--he's dead. I know them both. When you compute your tax,
while alive and in .
one piece.It
SUNDAY SERVICES10:30. Grooving on a Saturday Night: or have someone else do it for
is no good to be a "wish Ihad"
In a groovy swamp--in groovy mud and water up to my--head. you, remember this -- the gov-
after the harm is done.
Grooving on a Saturday Night: does
PROTESTANT ernment not want you to
Enroll now in a defensive driv-
AU Saint's hapcl; AU dressed up--Style--JAZZY-- -( lored--to make me look pay more than your fair share of
ing course conducted by the station -
like bush
a ; taxes. So if you are in doubt
security department.
The course is held every week, Grooving on a Saturday Night: about a deduction, consult your
SUNDAY Monday and Tuesday, 6 p.m. to There's been a battle over here--Men have hurt men over legal officer or a tax expert,
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m. 9 p.m. and Wednesday 6'p.m. to here-- kiled men; don't simply ignore it with the
Bldg. #722 8 p.m. in Bldg. 13. Civilian Grooving on a Saturday Night: idea that "they wouldn't accept -
JUNIOR CHURCH 10 a.m. clothes may be worn. With groovy smells, jungle rot, oil on my rifle mixed with it anyway." If you are
Divine Worship Service10 a.m. burnt powder and the dead--yeah, the dead; legally entitled to a deduction,
Bldg. #750 Someone's making coffee--I: can smell that, too--date bread-- no matter how insignificant,
Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m. qua somebody sent that from home; the government wants you to
Bldg. #722 1 E1 ON ALIJ Grooving on a Saturday Night: take it.On .

THURSDAYSenior Bright lights on a Saturday night--not flashing neons, baby-- the other hand, don't try
Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m. uPslt more like fireworks punctuated with flying lead--and shrapnel-- to "slick" the government out of
Bldg. #750 J it's a groovy blast. their just; due. The Internal Re-
Junior Choir Rehearsal1 p.m. Grooving on a Saturday Night: venue Service takes a dim view

Bldg. #750 L Some of us pray over here, in the battle--the suffering, the of anyone trying to pull a fast
Young Adult Club - 7 p.m. brave, the afraid, the dying--some of us pray. one, and will take vigorous action -
Bldg. #750Christian $ They say God cares about a guy's pain--they say that's what against those individuals who

Science Service8:00p.m. Af* u, ORvER? Christianity is about, you know--Christ also suffering, dying, living attempt to shirk their responsi-
Bldg. # 750. again to bring hope and comfort to a guy who believes it's true. bility. It isn't fair to try and

.- God--I hope sol! shift your part of the country'stax
Grooving on a Saturday Night: burden to the conscientious
GENERATION GAP-INDEED I taxpayer.

Your annual federal income
JA.x. .AI NEWS ;' i is
tax : one of the responsibilities
Traffic ViolationsThe that comes with the rights of ci-
tizenship. All it takes for you to

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper meet this responsibility is to be

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, following is a report of Going through stop sign 0 honest your 1968 and accurate income tax.when(you AFPS file)

Jacksonville, Florida, by,the Holt Publishing Company, a motor vehicle accidents and traf- Other Violations . . 68
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR fic violations for the period Feb- Fifty four drivers appeared

NEWS' must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box ruary 4 through 10. before the Traffic Hearing Board nAW
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 Number of Accidents on Feb. 13. Disposition of the ,
noon on Monday before pub
This Week . . 13 cases included the
lication. News items welcomed all following:four
are from sources Tele- Total
accidents this
lost
year through driving and
parking
phone 772 3118 or 3119. Feb. 10 . . .30 aboard station for various privileges yMn

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Number of accidents through periods; 17 were assigned to i1 ,
concerning such should be directed to; February 19G8 . 37 complete an eight-hour course -1
Total number of days since last in remedial driving 14 n hts
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. ; received
in
injury a motor vehicle accident suspensions; 23weregivenwarninjWj
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 . . . 109 6 were dismissed;25were-
Number of ViolationsThis fined (U.S. Commissioner
VOL. 26 NO. 46 FEBRUARY 20, 1969 Week . . . 99 one was referred to commanding); and 1

Speeding . . 31 officer for pos. Reckless Driving . 0 action. FS a
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_)% _:wap I NATTCBehind' The Scene 1 1! I



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*. .I By Phyllis Harkins one of their civilian employeesat take great pleasure In congratu-
a luncheon held at the Candle- lating you and I speak not only
light Club on Valentine's Day. for myself, but for my entire
Meritorious mast was held on supervisorin command In wishing; you and
Beihoffer,
Feb. 11 in the office of Capt. R. Hazel
Automatic Data family a rich and
P. Kline, commanding officer at charge of the your reward-
the Naval Air Technical Train Processing Section at AO School ing retirement. You more than
ing Center. Capt. Kline read and since May 1964, received a deserve the satisfaction that follows -
presented a letter of appreciation promotion and and transferred to a job "well done."

received from M. V. Roy, Division the Naval Air Station.
10& During Murphy's career, he
commercial Manager for has seen duty in numerous naval
said
Southern Bell, Orlando, to three AEC James T. Murphy vessels. His excellent per -
goodby to the Navy on Monday
students of the Aviation Elect ;
rician's Mate School, Class A. when he retired at the Naval Air formance and devotion to duty
They were AN Joseph H. Technical Training Center after have earned him the Good Con-

Chapman, III, AA Michael A. nearly 29 years service. duct Medal, American Defense
Ristau and AA William R. Sipes. Chief Murphy was presentedwith Service Medal, American Cam-
The men assisted Mr.and Mrs. a letter of appreciation from paign Medal, Asiatic Pacific
Roy, when the Roy's automobile the Commanding Officer, Capt.R. Campaign Medal, World War II
COURTESY PAYS--Capt. R.P. Kline, commanding officer radiator hose burst on I 95 P. Kline, which stated in part; Victory Medal, National Defense
NATTC, reads Letter of Appreciation to (I to r) AAs MichaelA. as they were returning to Or "Your record is one of interest- Service Medal, Korean Service
Ristau and William R. Sipes and An Joseph H. Chapman lando from Jacksonville.Roy ing and challenging assignmentsand Medal and the United Nations
during ceremonies in the captain's office. Feb. I II.. stated in his letter of accomplishments in which Service Medal.

Jan. 20 to Captain Kline: you can take justifiable pride.I .'. .... "",.. ) ,
VA Administrator "Approximately forty minutes '
Approves
after I 'pulled off the road an : : ,
automobile pulled and three ".
up ,
Dividend Payment Increase fine looking young men got out _. {
They immediately took control. ,I
The VA Administrator has dend on Modified Lite Is of the One of the young men made a tripto ;. .1
approved for Calendar Year 1969a order of $10.52 per policy(1.3 a nearby service station and
dividend payment of per $1,000 of insurance). On we were back in business very .'
$218,000,000 on.National. Ser Special Endowment at 96, with a shortly. Upon finding out that !l::
vice Life Insurance (NSLI) and high average age at issue (and these gentlemen were stationedat
$18,000,000 on United States Gov- correspondingly large premiums the Naval Air Technical Train-
ernment Life Insurance (USGLI). ), the average annual dividend ing Center, I felt the least I
This is $10,000,000moreonNSLI is $12.92 per $1,000 of could do was to express my appreciation -
and $3,000,000 more on USGLI insurance and. $81.25 per po- to them through you
than was paidinl968. These and let you know what a great
increases result mostly from licy.Dividends In 1969 will be paidon job I think Is being done to develop -
higher interest earnings in the regular policy anniversarydates our men in the Navy." ,
trust funds. as was done in 1968. To Capt. Kline stated that he was
be eligible for the dividend, glad to hear of this incident and
On NSLI approximately the same rules which governed was very proud of the three men.
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4,000,000 insureds will re -
the payment of the 1968 divi -
ceive an average annual dividendof dend are equally applicable in AE1 John Joseph May re -
$53.25. On USGLI 185,000 1969 with the following .excep enlisted for four years on Feb-
insureds will get an average tions. No dividend IS! payablefor ruary 11 during a ceremony con-
annual dividend of $97.60. ,any month that a contract ducted in the Commanding Of -
The difference is mainly due to was In force during the 1968 fleer's office. May has been IW
the fact that the USGLI businessof
attending the .Aviation Electri 1
,1969 policy year as 1)) extended -
World War I Is older' both In insurance that arose from. cian's Mate School, Class "B"
age and in duration. modified life or 2)) paid up (Advanced Course) since Jan i'-:
Small dividends are being paid special endowment at 96. Where uary. He is In Class 902. '
for the first time in 1969 on these .
exceptions exist, the prior
about 214,600 Modified Life and contract is eligible for dividends Sgt. Bill Smythe safety edu _
about 4,300 Special Endowment providing it was actively Inforceas cation and public relations offi- )kA!
at 96 contracts. These policieswere of Jan. 1. x cer for the Lake City Districtof _
issued at a much lower Since no dividends are payableon the Florida State Highway
participating premium than the USGLI policies on extended Patrol conducted a defensive
others and up to this year the insurance, endowment at 96 driving program on Feb. 11. This
earnings on these plans did not contracts under extended insurance presentation for civilian employees BOTTOMS UP This accident occurred recently on Birmingham
justify the payment of any divi- are likewise ineligible at NATTC was in ac Ave. west of Langley St. The operator failed to open the
dend. The average annual divi6IANT to partipate in the distribution of cordance with the Navy's Civi- container door which would allow the sand blast waste to

6i 0 dividends. lian Training Program pour out. As a result, the load shifted to the rear when the
Only policies with a "V" or Sergeant Smythe, who has had dump truck body was elevated, raising the front of the truck
MEET fifteen service
SWAP "K" years as police
prefix are eligible for dividend -
payments. The payment Is officer, spoke very vividly on the off the roadway There were no injuries nor damage, although,
JAX LARGEST FLEA automatic; no application is re- necessity for all motor vehicle several man-hours were used in getting the vehicle back in

MARKET quired. Payment will be effectedon operators to drive in such a man- operation.
the eligible Modified Life and ner as to survive. He also
All Spaces Under Shelter Endowment at 96 policies basedon showed a safe driving film entit- Exchange Lists Holiday Hours
20th and Edgewood the dividend option of recordon led "The Killer". The film depicted -
the parent contract at the the things that could hap- The following is a schedule for 1500; Express Store # 1, Bldg.
EvelY Sat. 9 am-6. : CM pi time of conversion unless a pen totheaveragedriverwhodoesnot Navy Exchange facilities tomor- 931, 0800 1500; Candlelight
row: All NAS activities will be Restaurant, Bldg. 808, 1700 -
9m. 9 am 6:00 pa change of option has been sub coordinate proper driving
sequently received and record- procedures with safe and sound open except for Snack Bars, 2400; Blue Jackets Inn, Bldg.
Phone thinking. Bldgs. 140, 200 and 1000; All 46, 0900 0100; Bowling Alley
768-7058 or 768-4793 ed.The Interest rate payable on NATTC activities will be closed Snack Bar, 1200 .- 2300; 19th
354-9119 dividend credits and deposits will Members of the Aviation Ord- except for the Country Store/ Hole Snack Bar, 1000 1800;
%. nanceman School said farewell Toyland, Bldg. 51.1,09001700,
continue at 4 to All NATTC
and Naval
Cafeteria, Bldg. 554,1200-2130, Hospital
Bowling Alley Snack Bar, activities will be closed except
Bldg. 609, 1200 2300; All Naval the following: Cafeteria, Bldg.
Hospital activities will be ,:554: 1200 2130; Bowling Alley
closed except the snack Bar Snack Bar, 1200 2300; Hospital
'- : Bldg. H2080, 0730 2030. Snack Bar, Bldg. H2080, 1200 -
Saturday's schedule Is as follows ." 2030. .
money.aa : All NAS activities except The Air Station post office will
the following will be closed: maintain regular working hours
Cafeteria, Bldg. 118, continuous; tomorrow and will be closed all
Service Station, Bldg. 26, 0800 -. 'day Saturday.
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NATTC Illustrator Uses Basic ,", .

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.' Design In Contemporary Art ,


B'I''h Usry Prepares for OM MM Art Show He has been an illustrator in
the NATTC Art Shop since 1966
r' By J03 Jan Mercurio reasons I choose glass and and has become widely known in
ii Did you ever stop to considerthe chrome as a medium. I feel these Jacksonville art circles.In .
plexiglass on your desk top, materials are beautiful." .his assignment as an illus-
or the hub caps of your car, or In further discussion of his trator for NATTC, Ben'h pre-
even light bulbs as materials usedin works, Ben'h commented, "Ifeel pares many of the signs
works of an? some people understand my an, and charts used for instructionsin
Ben'h Usry of NATTC's An yet others do not. I don't explain the training center schools, ;
Shop has used such common mat- each of my pieces, because as well as illustrations used
t erials in his art works to be I do not want to shacklethe throughout the entire station.He .
exhibited next month at Studio viewer with my inter is also one of the original
Gallery One, 3203 HendrickAve. pretation. founders of Studio Gallery One

., Jacksonville.His -- ----"...-,......""""" ......... _..- ---.,
one man art show, which
opens March 14, for 15 days,
includes works constructed with
ILLUSTRATOR-Ben'h Usry, of NATTC's Art Shop, materials such as metal, glass,
prepares. illustration to be used for instructions in one of plastic, paper, chrome and
the training center's schools. electric wire.Describing.
his works as
"minimal environmental art,"
Club SchedulesBlue Ben'h explains that his structuresare
of a "basicdesign,incorporated -
with glass and other mat-

Jackets Inn in the River Lounge from 6 to 10 erials which reflect" the viewer.
"In my works, he explained,
Music makers at the BJI includes p.m.New Happy Hour schedule for "I use simple materials which
the Soul Challengers tonight February is: Tuesday, Main surround us, materials that
Dooms Day Refreshment Bran, 4:30 to 6:30: p.m.; Wed- make up our lives and express .
Committee tomorrow night and nesday, Ceiling Zero; 4'to 6 changes which are taking place.
Saturday afternoon. Phil Cay and p.m.; Thursday, Main Brace "In this day and age, people do
the Chantels will be on stage 4:30 to 6 p.m.; Friday, Main not seem to require the sound
Saturday night. The Standard Brace, 4:30 to 6 p.m.; Sat- foundations as in the past. We
Productions will be the music urday, Ceciling Zero, 4 to 5:30 have entered a space age whichis
makers Sunday afternoon and p.m. and Sunday, Main Club, changing our environment and
Monday night, followed by the 4:30 to 8 attitudes towards life. It is this
Crystal Cathedral Sunday and p.m.CPO attitude which will reflect in the
Wednesday nights. The New Club art of today, as it did in the '
Sounds will be on stage Tuesday There will be a special servedin attitudes of yesterday's art BASIC DESIGNBen'h Usry, ues; chrome discs, black glass
night. the dining room, Mondays, "When a person approaches my and mirror blocks In preparing one of his works to be on dis-
Officer's Club Tuesdays and Wednesdays. works made of glass, or with play at Studio Gallery One next month.
"
mirror incorporated, he con-
Weekly menu specials include
Entertainment offered at the prime rib roast Sunday; fried tinued, "they see their own image "They are a kind of visual which was established for local
Officer's Club includes a "SingA chicken Tuesday; rib eye stead and their surroundings re experience that effect each viewer artists in 1967.
Long" Wednesday from 7:30 flected in the work itself. differently. There are people He attended South Carolina U-
Wednesday; pizzas Thursday;
to 10:30 p.m. in the Main Brace seafood Friday and sirloin steak, "This reflection will change, who do not understand Beethovenor niversity, and studied design at
and "Jean at the Organ" Sun- Saturday. as will the viewer and the en- Bach, but they enjoy listening Brigham Young University.
days, Tuesdays and Thursdays vironment. That's one of the to them just the same. The sit- "Most of the experience and
uation might be the same with my knowledge' I have of art," says
works. Ben'h, "I have acquired through
. "Art," he expressed, "can experience rather than through
have a pure visual personalitythat studies.
: reacts on an individual's Ben'h has commissioned worksin
sensitivity and_ not because it public and private collectionsin
':: reflects something they im New York, Chicago, San Fran-
mediately associate within their sisco, South Carolina and Jacksonville -
own reality." and is presently pre-
,., For those going into the art paring works for the Augusta

11969 field, he advised, "I would say Museum in Georgia,.the Colum-
to keep an open mind and observe bia Museum, South Carolina and
PERSONAL from experience and peo- Reynolds Gallery, Chicago, Ill.
ple. In the field of art, as in
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MSTNCTIMl$t I1 IlUlttWiMO 'III Ben'h was born in Langley, ':f.. ;.' =: ; ':
UI r.1 S.C., and has been associatedwith r. >. ..
art since he in school .:; ;.,
was ; "
He received his first award, :-; rr Il' .:w..,'
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rA : after state wide competition with }tPJ ff L : ':
'. ''it :: '\ South Carolina high schools.
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>1' The 27-year-old bachelor began -
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S 55 Graduate Courses Offered .

The State Center for Contin- any special undergraduate engin- At the current time eleven
T 11 uing Education at Jacksonville, eering courses or any other type employees from the Naval Air
: Fla., through the College of En- courses provided there are sufficient Rework Facility are enrolled In
w. gineering: University of Florida, personnel interested in the graduate engineering pro-
(is currently offering graduate the courses. In addition to grad- gram at the state center. During .
level college courses which will uate level courses engineering, the past six months three em-
lead to a masters degree in the state center also offers graduate ployees from the Facility received -
industrial and systems engineer level courses in education their Master of Engineering
which lead to a master's degreein degrees.To .
ing.The state center alsowilloffer education. be eligible for the program,
a student must be admitted to .
the Graduate School of the Uni-
Job Openings Listed versity of Florida. Admissionto .
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C.T.,_ the Graduate School '
ZERO DAYS LOST--NARF Commanding Officer, Capt. depends
Faulders (r), Clayton J. Perry, shop safety committee chair- on the presentation of a bacca-
man (I), and Clayton Owens, safety engineer, look over and Merit promotion opportunities needs of the service are met. laureate degree from an ac -
currently open for receipt of applications MPB No. 14 69 Supervisory credited college or curriculum,
discuss the new Safety Billboard, displayed at the front en-
are listed below. The Personnel Staffing Specialist, with an average grade; of "B"
trance of the NARF Admin Building. The sign, designed by
area of consideration and the GS 13 and MPB No. 15 for the junior and senior years.
the late Don Cameron, indicates that NARF has had no lost closing date of each are shown. 69 Medical Technologist GS-'1. Each applicant must also submit
time accidents so far this year. MPB No. 72 67 Plan D Area of consideration: Nation scores on ,the aptitude test of v
grade levels GS 4 and below; wide. Applications for these positions the Graduate Record Examina-
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all will be accepted throughthe tion. r }
Quality Increases Go sem'- skilled positions pay level close of business March 13. The course fee at the Center .".:':' '
seven and below and MPB MPB No. 17 69 DigitalComputer for Florida residents Is $12 per : -:
No. 83 67 Plan B all skilled Systems Operator. GS 9. quarter .hour of credit; the nonresident -
To Station CiviliansOnehundred positions pay level seven and Area of consideration: NAS, fee is $26 per quarter
above. NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, of credit.
Area of consideration: NAS, FAETULANT, Naval Hospital, Government employees maybe
and one em- pay increase included L.C. An- NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commissary Stores, Navy reimbursed by the governmentfor
ployees received recognition for derson, E.A. Ford, B.H. Cornwall FAETULANT, Naval Hospital, Recruiting Station, Disease Vec- their tuition and books if
their sustained high quality job W.W. Johnson, M.T. New- Navy Commissary Stores, Navy tor Control Center and Resident they meet the following criteria:
performance during the past year man, R.I. Harnois, W.L. Bunce, Recruiting Station, Disease Vector Storage Office, Jacksonville.Applications ((1)) the basic minimum grade
by receiving: quality increases. W.H Denney, J.C.OstertagC.B. Control Center and Resident for this position will level required by the activity;
The commands granting these Janney, V.M. Hall,J.W. Tweed- Storage Office, Jacksonville. be accepted, through the close of (2) the training must be neededin
additional "wlthin-grade" pay dale, J.W. Repp, W.A. Hallmark, Applications for these positions business Tuesday.All performing the official duties ,
increases included NAS, NARF, J.R. Smith and M.L. Ashley. 'will be accepted at any time. A applicants must be careeror of the employee's present position -
Naval Hospital and COMFAIR Hospital employees rewarded separate application must be filed career conditional employees or for a planned future assignment -
JAX.The were P.A. Davis, LJ. Curole, for each position in which in of the federal government. approved by manage-
21 employees of NAS receiving A.P. Denise, S.H. Scoggin, terested. Application forms 171 for these ment; ((3)) the primary benefit
the increase in salary D.V.P. McPherson and C.H Har- MPB No. 5-69 Industrial positions should be filed with must be derived by the activity -
during the latter half of the year ris.A.B. Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11. IRD, Box 22, NAS Jacksonville, ; ,((4)) the training must have
were M.B. Kasnias, V.K. Collins Hogancamp and B.P. Area of consideration: Nation Fla., 32212. prior approval of the activity-
J.L. Grice, J.W. Ellis,C.V. Parks were recognized by COM- wide Applications for this posti- For further information see the commanding officer.
Reiter and F.R. Forrest, Supply FAIRJAX for the pay increase. tion will be accepted until theRttirtmtNt copies of the bulletins or an Additional information ,concerning -
Department P.R.. 'Wight, G.P., nouncements or call Rating and .. registration and courses ;*
Ebert,, *'R.M. Stecher, J.S. Ka- Procedure's Choiged Examining Branch, IRD, Exten being offered at the center may ,. .
perak and R.R. Wutkoswki, sion 2320. be obtained by calling or writing ,
Comptroller; H.S. Stewart, E.B. The Civil Service Commis- the retirees' first annuity check. Drinking is a factor in at Harry G. Jones, Administrator,
Burmeister and Michael Gas- sion has approved procedures Effective immediately, the Industrial least half of the fatal motor- State Center for Continuing Edu-
cone, Industrial Relations.. designed to speed up the pro Relations Departmentwill vehicle accidents according to cation, 351 East TwentyfirstSt.
Also Scott Hardison, Data cessing of hondlsability re accept applications for non- special studies done in four ., Jacksonville, Phone 354-
Processing; J.B.Bernstein,Den- tirement claims. It is expected disability retirement six weeksIn states. 8531.
tal and L.D. Hubbard. Public that these new pro advance of an employee's re -
Works. cedures will eliminate a two or tirement date. This will permit .'
NARF employees receivingthe three months delay in mailing the agency to speed check.
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Tw. Chiefs CECIL FIELD. A pair of three young Marines received erson and Lance Corporals JohnM. Class. The Chiefs were AMEC ::1
__ j Naval Air Maintenance Training what the Corps calls "promo Keith and James V. Re John Skidmore of 1034 Detach -
I Three G r races Group chiefs received instructor tion warrants from MajorW.R., state had mustered into the for- ment and ATC Donald Law ,
r of the month awards during an Bowers, Cecil Marines' XO, this mation as, respectively, Lance rence of 1016. !
annual inspection last week, and week. Corporal Robert Hank- Corporal and Privates First .



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Cecil Field..AALonnieJ.King the same quarters cere- the U.S. Army Finance for the Navy East Coast Championships they are: VA-67, Marines, AD- i
has been named Rampager of the mony, AME3 Robert E. Allen School and was presented a. cer- at Norfolk Naval :Station MIN, AMD, VA-45, VA-44. '
Month for January by Cdr. FJ. was selected as Plane Captainof tificate of completion. March 24-28, and then go
Almberg. A letter included inhis the month for January. His Betty Harlow, secretary to the on to the AAU Nationals at Ames, SKEET:
service jacket reads in part, letter cited "superior pre-flight Accounting Division Supervisor, Iowa April 10-11. The clay-bird bangers started
"in the short time you' have inspections ... squadron seabag received an award for high qual- their shoot last Monday with
been assigned to the Maintenance inspections" as indications of his ity performance that cited "high Weapons shooting down the Ma- ,
Control Division, Analysis outstanding performance.Cecil standards for the Navy's Merit This is the final week for rines. All matches will start at f
Branch. completing assigned Field ... Mrs Beryl Salary Increase...*' intra-mural Basketball at Cecil 4:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, and
tasks thoroughly. .materially Bruns, budget analyst with the Samuel H. Hendricks, a mem- and at present VA-82's first team Thursday at the Cecil Ckeet I
increased the combat readinessof Comptroller Department, com- ber of the Incentive Award is in first place with a 10 and Range. :,1
the squadron." pleted a correspondence course Board from May I, 1964 to Oct. 0 record, VA-82 has yet to play BOWLING: tj 1
1, 1968 received a board cer- the Marines who now are in tenth Dave Scott paced the newly :!
tificate from Captain F.M. Mc- place. Winner of the first half formed Cecil Field Scratch Lea- ;i
Linn, Cecil Field skipper, in this year was VA-45 now in gue 'trio' with a big 258-657 ,,1
recognition of his service and third place but pretty,well assured series which put VA-174 ahead ;'i
continued interest in the pro- of ending up in the finals 4 points for the win over Op'J'
1[ HOOM.T"1: j 3R WASH gram. next week.Standings erations. Al Trevino lead the
And Stanley L. Gosc was pre- are as follows: VA-86 Sidewinders with a 222-
sented with a certificate of completion VA-82,#1 618 as they rolled over Medicallast
OPEN DAILY 8:30 AM :5:30: PM of course in Military VA-86 week.
Comptrollership. The course was VA-45 After two weeks of play, VA-
FREE CAR WASHWITH an Army Finance School exten- Starting next week Monday, 86 and VA-174 lead the league- i I
sion school and consisted of 10 NAS Cecil Field will host the with identical 7-1 marks.
subcourses.. This was the third COMFAIRJAX Double Elimina- .
FILL UP OF 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL/ such certificate earned by Mr. tion Basketball Tournament. All
PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Gosc In the past fourteen months. games will be played during the WITH THE SIXTH FLEET ... ;
St. Petersburg, Fla ... Dennis day beginning at 1000, so Inter- Since the departure of the USS '*
King from VA-44, grappled first ested spectators may watch the Shangri-La from Mayport, Fla. |!
RocketsBuy
the Jacksonville
Support place in his weight class in an All Navy Tourney being held CVW-8 skippered by Commander '1
Amateur Athletic Associationmeet evenings next week at NAS SAX, Robert H. Lovelace, weathered 1
Your Season Tickets Now!!! here last Saturday. He had Teams entered are VA-81, eleven straight days of heavy 1
three matches in his class and Teams entered are VA-81, VA- seas and high winds riding to |
won all three with pins in the 45, VA-174,VA-86VA-44,VAP- their new duty station in the Med- J|
SPRAWAX SOC first periods.His 62, VA-82, VA-83. A sched- iterranean. 9
next meet will be in Co- ule is forthcoming and will be When Shangri-La relieved Independence Located Roosevelt/ // Shopping Center coa Beach March 8, also an posted in the Gym followingthe CVW 8 received 1
AAU tussle. His big goal is to meeting Monday at 9:00 a.m. "The duty" from CVW-7, and 4
Winner of the event willl repre- immediately got into the swing 'i,
Winner of the event will repre- of things with day and night 3$
sent COMFAIRJAX at Norfolk operations. ;|
March 3 to 7th.HANDBALL The first sea period of the 'f i
: deployment netted 2245 flight" |
Handball gets underway next hours and 1170 arrested landings **
,. fPnIJI Monday on the Station Gym -- among them the 101,000th ,1|
.. courts. Four teams will partici- Shangri-La touchdown.
'15 00 per pate each week with 3 singles Hanson Baldwin, retired mil- ;;
; month :: players and one doubles team. itary editor of the New York j
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Double Round-Robin event and observe
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I 1 Movie Schedule r. f1'i, \,' .."?',,,,,Y ., .: .;: ,.{ '1.,0 :-: < .,: : -
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Movies will be shown nightlyat HOSPITAL: "WEST SIDE "

the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. STORY" ::it/ .
There will also be a kiddie mati- CECIL FIELD: "FATHOM"

nee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a regular Monday, Feb. 24 Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Standing' Blvd. Jacksonville' ,
feature at 2 p.m. Sunday Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
and holidays.The NAS: "THE TIGER AND arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the I
Hospital Theater will have THE PUSSYCAT" starring Ann- publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Margret and Vitorlo Gassman. be received WITH the copy for the ad.
Cecil Field will have two nightly Color Comedy. A/VG ((115 min.)
shows during the week at; 5:30 HOSPITAL: "FAR FROM Do Not Srti Cub
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be THE MADDING CROWD"

shown on weekends at 2 and 5 CECIL FIELD: "DUFFY" Rite: MINIM chin* ((3 Iles) . . . .$2.00
Tuesday Feb. 25
p.m.Ratings .
Audience;: M-Mature A-Adults; G-General Youth; S- NAS:. "SKI FEVER" starring Nr 1 ltl'.IIIII' ((4 wards par Ilia). 0.50 -

Superior; E-Excellent; VG-Very Marty Milner and Claudia Martin
Good; F-Fair; CNA-Class Not Color Drama. GIG ((93 mins.)
Available. HOSPITAL: "THE TIGER
AND THE PUSSYCAT" DIAL TOM CAVINESS 1 1If SINGER STEREO
Thursday, Feb. 20 CECIL FIELD: "WEST SIDE you would like to become a GOLDEN SEW RADIO COMBINATION:
NAS: "FATHOM" starring STORY"JUNIOR Disc Jockey, Newscaster or An- Makes buttonholes, fancy pat SOLID STATE radio 4 speed
Tony Franciosca and Raquel nouncer. A recorded message by terns, blind hems. Bal. $41. fully automatic intermix stereo
Welch. Color Melodrama. G/VG Tom Caviness tells you how. cash or $7 mo. changer with automatic cut off
(99 mins.) Ph. 355-4834. 6437 Wilson Blvd. and dual sapphire needles. 2
HOSPITAL: "THE DEVIL'S Phone 771 8211 months old. Pay balance of $63.
BRIGADE" starring William FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Delivery with no obligation or $8.50 per month. Phone 353-
Holden and Cliff Robertson. Col- Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & 1946 ANYTIME, ask for Credit
or War Drama. A-M/E ((130 FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Manager. Will deliver, without '
mins.) r- Call Powell or Mills, USN Near NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of obligation. A-1 MUSIC CENTER
CECIL FIELD: "IN THE HEAT Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. 1606 Main St. Jax, Fla.
OF THE NIGHT" starring Sidney a Realty. Military-Free Notary. Apts. Newly painted, 2 BR., LR,
Poitier and Rod 'Steiger. Color Kit. Furn. Nook 2 Car parking.
VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS
Drama. A-M/E ((109 mins.) Y BRAND NEW Water Sewage & Garbage includ.
i 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma- Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call 3 BR, 1,1 1/2, & 2 baths $100
Friday, Feb. 21 chine, Left in Lawaway. Balance 387-2541, nites or weekends Call down as low as $65 month. Callus
NAS: "DUFFY" starringjamesCoburn $34.50 Cash or $6 Mo. 389-0744. for up to date lists that will
and James Mason. Col- 6437 Wilson Blvd., Phone 771 be mailed without obligation.
8211 Delivery with rio obligation.ZIG VANSANDT REALTY :387-1213.
or Adventure Comedy. A-M/VG ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS
((101 mins.) Your Parts & Service Center
HOSPITAL: "FATHOM" ZAG FOR $43 PERFORMANCE CARS, INC. BOAT FOR SALE
CECIL FIELD: "BUCKSKIN" < t 3as SEWING MACHINE Original 2144 Blanding Blvd. 388-0428. Cobia 20 ft. with 1968 Evinrude
I starring Barry Sullivan and Joan Guarantee, Zig Zags, makes 100 HP, 1968 Gator tandem trailer. -
Caulfield. Color Western. G/G buttonholes, sews on buttons, Walk-thru windshield, new
((97 mins.) decorative designs, monograms, HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER convertible top, 48 gal. gas ca-
Saturday, Feb. 22 etc. Just pay balance $43. at Excel. condition, 4 Br., 2B.Cen pacity. Equipped and ready for
$8 per month. Phone 353 tral A/C & Heat, Redwood fence. off shore or in shore fishing
NAS: "WEST SIDE STORY" 1946 Anytime. Will deliver, no Rolling Hills area 781-3680 any- with New 60 watt Raytheon
starring Natalie Wood and Rich- ,t ', obligation. A -1 Sewing Machine time. radio, Raytheon Depth Recorder,
ard Beymer. Color Musical Dra t }( Co. 1606 Main St. Jax, Fla., rod holders, compass and many
ma. A-M/S ((170 mins.) orJI extras. Just like a new rig. You
FOR RENT3Bedroomhouse
HOSPITAL: "DUFFY" Write Yaar Owi save $2,0001! Phone Hanson 388-
rearNAS. Year
CECIL FIELD "THE DEVIL'SBRIGADE"
: 9428 after 6 .
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Saturday Matinee .;'i'r Wilt Ad & Range furnished, $95 per mo.

NAS: "SEA PIRATE" starring American International r Call 384 6692 after 5:00 or
3 Lines Only 52.00
Gerard Barray.Color Adventure, Studios' Lada Edmund, weekends. Take over payments. Nothing
plus "CAPTAIN VIDEO"chapter Jr. Is obviously all woman. Additional Lines 50* down with good credit. All items

four. ((83 mins.) CHINCHILLAS FOR SALE like new.
G.E. 23' Color T.V. Was 625.
Sunday, Feb. 23 4 Female, 1 Male, cage and
equipment. $600. Call 264-4742 Bal., $550.
NAS: "FAR FROM THE after 6 pm. G.E. Console Stereo was $269.
MADDING CROWD" starring Q .LS Bal. $195.
Julie Christie and Terence Stamp G.E. Ref rig. W/Ice Maker Was
Color Drama. G/E (141 min.) 0
FOR SALE $289. Bal. $250.
Norge refrig. Apt. size, needs G.E. Washer Dryer Comb., As
painting. $20. Baby Crib, mat- Is, $25.
iJ (l tress, stroller, high chair, excel Westinghouse Air Cond. 5,000
cond. $100. 725-3164. BTU, Was $175. Bal. $150.
Cz CJl>an U Call or See Mr. Lockwood, at
( Goodyear Service Store 4593 San
FOR SALE Juan Ave. Jax. 389-3671.
());lias '63 Chevy 2 Dr. Sedan, R&H,
6 Cyl. Very economical, one
owner. 771-7268. $625.DISTRIBUTORSHIP JUSTISS TRAILER PARK1
Son Juan of HlUlck Otr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean
Phone 384 4406 modern trailers & Apts. 389-
AVAILABLE 3007.

J, 2, & 3 Bedrooms Newest National product Mini.
Garden Type Apartmentswith investment. Max. return, terri- ROOMMATE WANTEDIn
Country Club tory unlimited. Be your ownboss private home 3844139.IN .
Atmosphere pan or full time. Call Sat. Feb.
Kitchens equipped with G-E 22, 9ALL- 12. 781-3255. CLAY COUNTY:
Ranges 6 Refrigerators Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10
More bills than
'Individual Air Conditioningand budget acres & larger. Terms. Ph.
Heating by G-E TYPES AUTO REPAIRS
282-5272 282-5224..
_Drapes furnishedWall See HFCIf Minor, Major tune-ups, Over- or
to Wall Carpeting and haul. New tires 1/2 off list.
Large Swimming Pool you've got too many bills and too few dollars, Phillips & BankAmericard Wel- SPINET PIANO FOR SALE

.. apply for a Bill Payer Loan from Household come. McDuff Phillips 66 Ser- Exc. Cond., $275. 772-2556 or
Finance. Pay everything you owe and repay HFC vice. 670 S. McDuff Ave. 388- 2645438.
with month that be lower than 9246.
AX S GPFATF T one payment a may
your present monthly total. When you need help,

FURNITUREVALUES call the specialist at HFC. Like maybe right now? HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER FOR SALE 1965 HONDA

Up to $6OO Oak Hill Park, 4 l Ig. BR., 2Ba, 50 cc, $75. Cecil Field Ext.
Fam. & D rooms, all G.E.Kit., 8268.
WHOLESALE bk. yd. Central Heat & A/C,
Before you sign on the dotted line,
Assume 5 1/4 FHA loan. Pymts.
PRICE TO EVERYONE you'll know what your loan will cost. $142. equity 2000. 771-4983. '
FOR SALE 68 VOLVO 142

4 Sp. Overdrive, A/C, AM/FM.t .
HOUSE FOR SALE
OPEN 1 HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Lt. Sharpe, 8449 Cecil. or 264-
Ortega Hills area, 3 Br., 2 Ba., 9994 after 5 pm.
Built-in range, paneled den. Mo.
s Pynn. 3114.388-6147.

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683
"67" .SUZUKI 250 cc CYCLE
3 SINGERS $15
Cedar Hills Shopping Center Sewing Machines, $15 each. Leftin 33.50; Sansui 3000 Tuner Amp.

3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 warehouse good condition, 2G4-64T9 or 772-3091.

fully equipped, does everything,
SURPLUS GOODS 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 complete with attachments. '"'
DISCOUNT SORE Yours for storage charge only FURNISHED APT.
Penman Plaza Shopping Center $15. Call 353-1946 anytime. Will Near N'AS & Cecil 2 BR., FencedYd.

10.135oc/ Blvrf #4 766 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 deliver Main Street.- no obligation. 1606 7710348.I ., Swimming. Pool. $75 Mo.





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Cpl. Alvin Booker, 22, of McKenzie presented to Cpl. David Joubert WASH.. (NAVNEWS The
Ala., was awarded the for participation in "Operation holidays are over and thingsare
Navy Achievement Medal last Mistletoe" during the period of pretty much back to normal.
week at MAD by Maj. MauriceA. Nov. 13, 1968 to Jan. 3, 1969In With this aura of peace comes
Holder, executive officer. the Republic of Vietnam. another problem, that old nemesis -
Cpl. Booker was cited for superior The operation was establishedto income tax.
performance of his duties help create better understanding Tax time can pose a special
while stationed with the Marine between the Marines and the problem for the military, but it
Attack Squadron 323, MAG 13, Vietnamese people and further need not be a burden if the ser-
1st Marine Aircraft Wing in the "the concept of civic action in viceman takes the time to find
Republic of Vietnam.He the Republic of Vietnam." The out about the certain provisionsthat
served in various capaci- Mast was presented to Cpl. Jou ___ apply to him. .

ties including Material Exp- bert by Lt. Col. R.P. Eckmann, The first questions that come
ditor Material Chief and Fiscal commanding officer MAD. to mind is, who pays? Every- '
Chief, displaying outstanding body who has earned over $600
professionalism and initiative SportsA FOREIGN SUPPLIES -- Fourteen foreign naval officers currently during the calendar year. This
despite the adverse conditions ofa studying at the Navy Supply Corps SchoolAthensGa., are scheduledto minimum income is 'upped to
combat environment. failure to communicate cost arrive at NAS Feb. 28 for three weeks of functional training.The $1200 for people 65 or over.
Meritorious MastA the MAD Little Reds the lead officers are: (1 to r) Front row -- Lt. Jose Aboud, Braz.; There is no minimum age requirement -
in the NATTC Intramural Bowl- Lt. Jiro Kawase, Braz.,; Lt.Og( ) Dieter Bultmann, Ger.; Lt. Bengi minors earning $600
Meritorious Mast was for- ing League last week, while the Erodogan, Turkey; LCdr. Jan Henry Larsen, Nor.; Lt. Bent Bern- must also file.
warded to MAD this week to be Devil Dogs fell farther behind hard Brekke, Nor.; Lt. (jg) Gottfried Ahrendt, Ger.; Row two ---- Married couples have the

and the Strikers began to gain Lt. Urkun Cahit Turkey; Lt. (jg) Emilio Orlandi, Chile; Lt. (jg) option of filing jointly or separately -
: Eight JGsPromoted ground. Alfredo Bellini Belhot, Uru.; Lt. Manuel Arrivillaga, Venez.; in all bqt eight states,
Lt. Filho Octavio Mello de Almeida, Braz.; Lt. (jg) Constantine which are community property
The Little Reds
with led last week of John Petropoulos, Gr.; and Lt. (jg) Nickolas Leonidas Kokladis, states. If you and your wife live
a 7-1 record, but four the Gr.
points had been due to a for- in a community property state,
feit. The forfeit each is liable for a return in
was caused by
Jax local
-
Eight junior grade
of respect to your income. One half
some sort a schedule miscue
lieutenants have been namedonthe and the between the Little of your pay is considered to be
meeting
'
list of Fiscal Year 69 selec- wife's business.
your
Reds and Misfits will now be
tees for promotion to lieutenant. made To add the This also holds true for a military -
up. to alreadybad
Promotions for the eight of -
man married to a nonresident -
ficers will become 'effective week the Little Reds split
I alien. In other words, if
four
with the last
points place
"In early 1969" according to as a serviceman claim a
you
information Strikers and fell to a 3-5 record
sheet k
an accompanying and third place in the standings.The community property state as your
the of
list selectees. legal residence and are marriedto
Nurse Corps officers named on Devil Dogs lost three of a foreign citizen who is liv-
the list include Jane E. Britt, four points to tumble to sixth ing in another country, one half
Geraldine K. Stovall, Muriel D. place with a 7-5 log. The MAD e 3. ti of your pay Is considered to be
Dion and Lucille,Vick of the Hos- strikers finally won a pair of your wife's income. As long as

pital. Medical Service Corps sel points pulling a mild upset on z' r1C ; your wife remains a non-resi-
ectees at the Hospital included the Little Reds behind the 456 rye k dent alien, she is not required to
Harold A. Sloas and Marilyn: series of Jim Tressler.The file for her half of your pay.

I. Henry. "Big Red"basketball team Instead, she files a 104NR show-
Thomas D. McClure, Civil En- after a slow season start has now ing no income and claims refund
gineer Corps, and Dennis W. Ire- dashed into -a three way tie for for one half of the taxes with-
land, Supply Corps, were also second place in National Lea- held after marriage.You .
named ,selectees. for promo-. gue of the NATTC Intramural would file a Form 1040
tion. League. for all your pay during that year
y ebw up to the time you were marriedand
This week the team drub-
past ,for one half of your pay
bed two foes who had earlier rode from the date of
!Me;;' PEST .1.1f rough shod over the MAD quint.In You would still your claim marriage your.-
the first win the "Reds"played
t wife as an exemption, providedshe
[CONTROLSERVICE10 nip and tuck all the way has no other income from
.; -- to capture a 50-48 desicion over within the United States.If .
C : E the AO Bombers. A balanced
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I *w..' .FREE Inspection I0 scoring attack led by Pete Edwards ried to a serviceman not residing -
.BB>0! o'-'oairf 14 placed the win. in a community property

""'- ....---- state, she would not file a return -
I TOP WAC VISITS-Col. Eliza- except when she has other

I ., b Only 2% miles from HAS Jax Main Gate beth P. Hoisington, directorof income from sources within the
the Women's Army Corps United States. He would file i
1, 2 ft 3 ..lIro.. Apartments ((2nd from L) and Lt. Col. for his entire income and claim !
Ruth Ishan, WAC staff advisor one exemption for his wife.Management.
frets $138 per worth 3rd Army, landed at the air j

station Friday before visitingthe !
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Jax. The two Army officers i ii

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I Burnside, HAS military personnel
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3 Repeat in Districts;



PhibLant Earns BerthOnly



one of the four teams defeated each other earlier but
participating in this week's regional in the championship game the
basketball. tournament at Gators had it easy sailing; ,win-
Jax will advance to the ,All- ning 95-70.
Navy Tournament next week, but Chase Field, Tex., was the
all four had to win their respective winner from ComEight as they
aid districts in order to reads
downedNAS Kingsvilleby a
the .
regional.In dozen. 80-68, in the champion-
last week's district action ship game. Chase didn't drop a
Guantanamo Bay copped the-Ois-{
all
game as they walked over
trict Ten championship by down- competition in the tournamentat
ing ComSta Puerto Rico 88-66 Ki s\'Ule.
after beating them previously and
also trouncing NavSta San Juan District Six champion is Pen-
and Roosevelt Roads. Gitmo Bay sacola as they emerged from
did drop one tourney game to the Albany district meet unscathed
.ComSta but bounced back to gain after handling all com-
the title in the final outing.Naval petitors. The Goshawks who rep
Station San Juan was the host resent 6ND in the regional,down
site for the nine-team tourna- ed NAS Memphis 97-67 In the
w'T .r 4W!: ment. championship game. NASJax lost
The PhibLant Gators from in their first two contests in
f \& Norfolk, Va., upset reigning All the Albanv tourn .v.
%cnn Navy champions SubLant in the
District Five meet to earn their
MUSCL E PLAY-Goshawk Greg Pope, number 31, grabs a rebound over the hands of Chase trip to,Jax. The tournament went
Field's Fred Black in the first half of the opening tourney game won by Pensacola. the full route as both teams had


Gators Eye Showdown TonightOf in Questmponshp k a



South Atlantic Regional Chcri.r / /


By JOSN Brent Kallestad padded it In the final half as topped Guantanamo Bay, 106-98 ing 26-11 lead with only 6-min-
PhibLant's mighty Gators eye Pensacola was plaguedwithcold- behind a 50-point performancefrom utes played in the opening half.
victory number 40 tonight when shooting; part of which could be Bob Orchid. Orchid, who The Goshawks led 64-37 at "fr t,
they will seek to wrap up the attributed to PhibLant's aggres- averaged 46.3 points a game in halftime and bipke the century
1969 South Atlantic Basketball sive defense. In shoving their the Regional last year, banged in mark with eight-minutes remain- "V..
tournament. John Myerhoff's season record to 39-9, the Ga- 28 of his counters in the open- ing in the game enroute to their
quintet blistered Guantanamo Bay tors dominated the boards offensively Ing half while the winners were 13th win of the season.
in opening round action,thenbelted and defensively with breaking even at intermission, Thompson scored 16 points
a good Pensacola unit Tues- always reliable Al Clark doing a 4949. and 'grabbed 12 rebounds while
day night sending the Goshawks great deal of damage. Johnny Willis ripped in 36 playing about half the game.Tom
into last night's playoff tilt with Bill Rowser netted 23 to pace points in a losing cause before Hunter laced 17 to lead the scor-
Chase Field, Texas. the winners while Pensacola'sBob Tuesday night's capacity crowdas ing attack while Chase Field's w,:
The Gators employed their tremendous Lynch hooped 18 markersfor Guantanamo became the first Bob Orchid led all scorers with
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depth to wipe the Goshawks the losing Goshawks. casualty in the doubleelimination 21 markers.
f' out Tuesday night, 107- Orchid Blooms. tournament. PhibLant's Gators swamped
86. The winners leaped off to In the opening game Tuesday' PhibLant meets the winner of Guantanamo Bay, 118-82, after
a 54-43 halftime margin and night, Chase Field's Jet Raiders last night's Chase Field Pen- leading by 68-32 at intermis-
sacola game at 7 o'clock tonight. sion. Eight Gators hit double
Should the Gators win they will figures, but the big story was ,l'k
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RATES Frank Weaver's Pensacola
Goshawks and mighty PhibLant

advanced into Tuesday's champ- BIG LEAP-Phiblant Gator
EASY MONTHLY ionship bracket game with Monday AI Clark, number 41, extendshis
night victories. Pensacola
65" frame to take controlof
stopped Chase Field, while the
PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL Gators of John Myerhoff blasted a rebound in the second
game as Phiblant downed
Guantanamo Bay.
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INSURANCE day's championship bracket witha
resounding 126-73 victoryover L._________' .
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NOT ENOUGH-Chase Field's Fred Black reaches in vain as
Persacola forward Dave Hostetler grabs the ball from the rim
to keep the Goshawks attack moving.


-' :"' ..llttU LtiM. ,.Eliytrs; Sip Up toliNs Freepie! \. ..',". 1

: Boys 8 15 years old interested in playing baseball in the Navy .. 1
'.Ortega Lakeshore Little League should register at the Blue Angel ,. '.
. Ball Park at NAS Jax beginning Sat. Feb. 22. continuing to March 1. "
, The hours of registration are 9 a.m. 5 p.m. on Saturdays and ; "
4 p.El.6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Those signing up should ,.... .
.bring proof of their age. '',' '

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Miss( Berg, representing Wilson sporting goods will demonstrate )4 p .i
different golf shots in an hour clinic to be followed by a nine hole ry :5Y:44y: ::
exhibition with a touring lady pro. Two ladies from the NAS club
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jj Jax Navy Bounced at Albany The BIG


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Jax Navy's Fliers fell at the MIIiIILr
District ,Six basketball tourna- SELLING
ment in Albany, Ga last week '
,. as they dropped their first two
contests. SHowDOWN-
) The Fliers lost to host Albany -
115-86, in opening round
play and MineLant from Charleston i
i S.C., took the Jax five,
91-60, in second day action to
E eliminate Tom Warner's cagers I
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t field of entries at Albany to
'" earn the right to represent the
t, Sixth Naval District at the Regional 68 IMP ALA
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The Goshawks opened up withan Sport Coupe
astoundung 120-70 victoryover
NAS Key West. In the sec- ; r 307 V-8: ',.Auto trans factory
ond round they clobbered Glynco, ail' cond.. Power1 SteeritJR.
Ga., 91-47 behind Bob Lynch's and brakes. R&H White wall $2495
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