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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: March 20, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 26 NO. 50 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 20 .196? ; U.

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Jax .. The ''station's Educational Services Office has published some guidelines for men and ,

women who will be taking part in the special third class advancement tests May 6. According to '>

the notice all personnel must complete the professional military practical factors and performance 'i

r tests to become eligible for the tests. Typing tests for those going up for AG AK,. '*,1

AZ CYN DK, DT, PC, ,
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ments have been waived for the ficers have been asked to sub d'
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PN SH SK and YN will be
given
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for :
May exams and candidates have mit a recommendation list ..
between 8 and 9 in Building
tx a.m. be E-3 the of eligible to in '
Z only to an on day personnel compete
955 March 26 and 9
on April
DTS4i1 the test. Those authorized a the May exams no later than 't }
and 23.
; waiver for the tests may use April 1. Personnel who have not 'A;:
For those
needing to completethe
E-2 evaulations for the period completed appropriate courses: 4;
_4FZ4 military leadership exam requirement ended March 16 if anE3evaluation by April 1, but who will expect t! <
the test will be administered -
wre' for that period is not avail- to have them complete prior to A'I J
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by at a.m. on
the tests be placed on the /
& iA_ April 15 and May 1. able.Department may '
and division of- recommendation list. < !;
Service in paygrade req lreNavymen .
In a February announcement
setting up the special May ad- 1

Lend a Hand vancement exams, the Bureau ]
of Naval Personnel said the tests <

ft t a will beheld due to an increased <
? need for qualified petty: offi-: <
To Good Turn EffortJax
, Aq R Sk6 t; : cers to maintain the high tempoof j
operations needed to accom- <
4 ? -- Area Navymen will be more bags than last year's total plish the Navy's mission. The 5
assisting local Boy Scouts and were distributed by scouts' this Bureau also said that rising requirements '

Goodwill Industries Saturday year. have resulted In an \ \

r. A when they take part: In the two The scouts have asked that almost 'unprecendented favor- y j
,
.4
>w ,organizatipnsannualGo6d! Turn, able advancement opportunity
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h q jhe,.bags, be on .the.!ront- porch .w'
Day of donors at 9 a.m. .Saturday.Scouts through? waivers of service, in_ i!

. 'The: drive culminates Northeast Satur- will .1 -'the"/bags on ,pay; grade'; and large: promotion: ,,' :
. day' 'when 11,000 trucks at strategic collectionpoints authorizations. 4
Florida scouts' .retrace/their for transportation? to the
Extends
Exchange j
steps to :collect 160,000 Good Goodwill, Industries' warehouse

Turn Day bags' Which'were, ,thou-distributed at 4553> Lenox Ave. Navymen will Saturday Hours {
last Saturday 'to
unload the trucks at the \-tare-
sands'of area homes. house.J} Jax '-- Several Navy Exchange \
The scouts were asking home- ,''facilities will remain open until :

err makers to fill the bags with clothing Volunteers from NAS Jax, the 5 p.m. every Saturday, beginning ]

toys and other small repair- Naval Hospital, NARTUNATTC, March 29, for the convenience of <
;f, able items which could providethe Fleet Air Wing 11, Fleet Weather -. patrons, it was announced this <

handicapped with work at Facility, Cecil Field Fleet week by the exchange officer. (

Goodwill Industries. Air Detachment Cecil SOPA The facilities to remain open

REMINDER A lass from the sea at Week! Wachee reminds RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, commander Mayport and Naval Station May- include the Main Retail Store, '>'

" area Navymen to get into the swim of things for Saturday's Fleet Air Jacksonville port will muuer: at the ware- Bldg. 271: Country Store and Toy- <
and general chairman for Good house Saturday in support of the
annual Good Turn .
Day.Frogmen Turn Day, reported that 35,000 community project. (Continued on Page 2)) *<


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sue those who still feel they could ,,. \ and demolition of natural and
Jax -- In last week's I; I
cessful recovery:of the Apollo 9 qualify! for UDT training a test ., '' : { man made objects is the primary -

spacecraft In the waters of,the of their physical stamina will be .A.. ., ,., ,, mission and sneak attacks, .
of the Jax pool. This is "f t r J! -" 4 : experimental work salvage
given at
Atlantic the prime phase assuring "t
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operations emergency
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of '
kind .
I, its success belonged to a necessary to give some :'11.".4"/ j .. .ir"J'i '(;
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handful( :;:of men.. proof that the interested indi- ,t ,''} :'t'-v .r .K.... ,;;i 2'1rt
r-f
who vidual actually stand to ;A l' '" : Initial takes 16-
These men were the ones can up .: .'.'" ,,:tW'. course
jumped: from the hovering heli- a moderate test of physical, "r,.. ,\-. .. ..v.. .e, ..pAo.i1Jtr,4.: .....;' 1. weeks with the first month a
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copter above the capsule and attached endurance. ..;' "'" i : )g-...;, toughening up period'of: running
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a flotation collar' to the ; ,< ," tt'V ff' swimming and training In rub-
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Stringent Requirements f. ". ott. :
; tt ; ; ; the fifth week they
bobbing spacecraft. These are .Y, fi. ,,:, i.-:: ber rafts. In
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men of the. Navy's Underwater Requirements for UDT training >< ".' ., t '?'- decide to see what the candi-
Demolition: Team (UDT). are rigid and the training is by" : :-1}., ... date is ''really made of and let \ ;
t no means a picnic. All appllr .. ..' (. 'Ro"".;.sp.,, him go out at night, and run ar- ;

F I. Tough TrainingThis cants must be at least 18yearsold ,...... ', ."',<.'"N''"" _.... :t. "w.. .. ..,.,': .:. round in scenic swamps and play
is rot an ordinary group and not more than 30. He .'f:. .'z. <"'. -L!' I ;I games In mine fields with con-
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! of men splashing around in the must have a genuine desire for ,+ .. /'",.. "" wrtiT trolled explosives. The following .
i water but rather a highly train- ultimate assignment to UDT,duty : M' ;<'- ; ... weeks consist of classroom

ed conglomeration of the finest and be screened to determine ',. ". \ i. ,#' .rYik: ; work and practice in demolition

physically and mentally fit bod- loyalty and Integrity for access to t., .- ". ,f"oj,. )) ,d....,,.. ,!". .1f''.!.... ..... ... d"; la ,tA ,if, and reconnaissance techniques.

ies and minds in the naval ser- classified matter. < \:, "J..-,;" .' #. .. : JI'q. / of the 16 week
vice. However, they did not He can't be a chronic offendercan't .' ,\ .. ..... .,: -. .It. .t"'* ''W'i. Upon completion .
; : the trainee is graduatedand .
can't + "' f'r. '. #' ; course '
get this way overnight, or In fact have clastrophobla, hi '" ; V-x. 4. : for ,w
In a few days or weeks, but only have any fear of water or explosives :;l'k: : j' ; .. '/''. assigned to a team however duty, he
After ,
after extensive training in ever and must have a personal ;, ; ,""' ,.." ': ::;'f.'" .,'..":':,$.'...... leaves assignment for Ft. Beiming Ga. for '
which + '
phase of physical endurance, and performance record -t' 1I'i
'fu .. of airborne training -
/'f1. three weeks
emotional demonstrates that he is emotion '...', > H

Monday,psychology.a UDT Motivation ally stable. He must have the ";''''r.::1;i. ....,'v-,..!..> ;; .1 '( and then on to Key West
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r '. )JtJIti 'f. 1: for 9 diving psychology course
I Team will be at NAS Jax in apparent ability maintain com "' it
search of interested men for their posure under adverse circum- l and SCUBA training. :"
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program. Both officers and,en- stances or conditions. The volunteer ; >. \ : 7' ,:.,. The Navy has World been War using II and .

listed men are eligible to enter and UDT's are all volunteers ) .',. I ", .. ,4't', ,- L, 4m.. t .n forces have since been invaluable in the "
they
the training. The first lecture must agree to obligate NAVY FROGMEN .. Only the best trying out for a berth in theNavy's fighting in Vietnam. But this
Mon- himself 24 months active ser-
and film will be delivered to
tough frogmen training program Monday will ever makeIt work takes men; men of
of
1 in the station vice upon completion training.
day at
p.m. A recruiting team will be' aboard tremendous stamina and for -
through the rigorous training. ..
theatre followed by a lecture and The mission of a UDT team '
\ film WI6 at 10 'a.m. Forr.og Is "simple." Reconnaissance station Monday and again Wednesday. tltude.

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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

Edwards chapel

(ISO : 28 Years of ServiceTo DAILY SUNDAY MASS11:30 MASS ---9&nam a.m.

SATURDAY MASS
.9 a.m.
Confessions will be held
the millions of and their in on
men women serving country Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30
uniform, whether it be on foreignshoresor right here in Jacksonville s instead of Saturday. a.m..
there is always a friendly.smile and a warm welcome awaiting -
them at their "Home Away from Home," at the local USO. TUESDAY
USO is celebrating its 28th anniversary this month'as its volunteermen Single Young Catholic Organ! -
and women continue their activities to cheer military men and zation 7:30 p.m.U. .

women away from home. S. NAVAL
A great number of station enlisteds find the USO just the right HOSPITALSt.

place for a game of pool or to get a ticket for an autumn afternoon Luke's Chapel
football game. And the USO is more. It's a place to meet new people
and talk to old friends. There's always a hot cup of coffee to take SUNDAY MASS8:00 a'n.
away a winter chill or a cool glass of lemonade to chase away that PROTESTANT WORSHIP
.summer heat. Stationary is always handy for writing a letter to SERVICES10:30 a.m.
W. Scott Allen (r) dis
LCdr.
loved ones at home. LEGAL OFFICE CHANGE --
PROTESTANT
To the serviceman passing through town USO is a great placeto cusses a point of law with his relief, LCdr. Charles E. Pope. :"
pass the time while waiting for the next flight out. LCdr. Pope Is scheduled to take over as NAS legal officer All Saints' Chapel

Entertainment offered by USO groups gives fighting men a chance tomorrow. He reports here from duty in Vietnam. LCdr. Allen 1 I SUNDAYs
to 'forget combat or the fatigue of endless hours in rice
a paddy.
will report to the Eighth Naval District where he will serve a 1 Church School9:00 a.m.

district legal advisor. Bldg. 1## 722

Junior Church 10:00 a.m.
Bldg. 1## 722
Tetrohydrocannabini? Divine? Worship Service 10

a.m. Bldg. # 750

Episcopal Communion 11:15
Why all the fuss about drugs? a.m.
What does it have to do with me? Small Chapel Bldg. #750
d c uuuu And besides whose business is it anyway, what I think or do about Junior Youth Fellowship-5 p.m.
drugs? Bldg. # 722
These are some of the questions concerning the use and misuse of TUESDAY
drugs being asked by the citizens of our nation and of the free world. Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
Don't be misled however, the communist world is also being plaguedby Bldg. # 750

an extensive misuse of drugs. WEDNESDAYs
The question of the sudden interest in the misuse of drugs i Navigator's Bible Class 7
WIgTiAYi easy to answer.. In the past several years there has been an increasein p.m. Bldg. # 722
the misuse or abuse of beneficial drugs as well as dangerous THURSDAY
drugs. The dangerous drugs, of primary interest here, can lead to Junior Choir Rehearsal 4
Performers such as Bob Hope and Martha Raye have traveled psychological dependence; moreover, certain drugs, such as LSD, p.m.,- Bldg. # 750
thousands of miles throughout the world to entertain men in distant STP, and marijuana -- the hallucinogens -- can damage your mind, Young Adult Club 7 p.m..
outposts and camps. It is through the USO that these entertainers and have no known medical benefit whatsoever.To Bldg. # 722
bring a little bit of home and cheer to our country's fighting men. get a glimpse of why the fuss about drugs, just take a brief Christian Science Service -
Under the direction of ,Brigadier Emil Miller the local USO has look at the effects that one of the hallucinogenic drugs alone might 8 p.m.Bldg.. 1## 750mmmmmmmimmmmwmmmmm
activities going every day for the benefit of locally stationed ser- have on the human body and mind.
vice personnel. Marijuana, known also as "pot" or "grass", is the mOst frequently -
The Jacksonville USO sponsors numerous dances movies trips abused of the hallucinogenic drugs. ,
and even birthday parties. Each Serviceman of the Month is treatedto Very little is mown concerning its long-termed effects, ,but in I Traffic I
a tour of St. Augustine, compliments of the area USOs. its mildest forms it does not appear to be P1yslcally.danger. .
Pal Day,with free admission to the historic sites of St. Augustineand Nevertheless, you can't be certain that it is totally safe?for in I I
tours of Marineland are other local 'USO programs. And Pal
Day at the beaches is another annual USO project. Violations \
USO was organized 28 years ago to serve the military and throughthe I ;
years it has cheered the homesick and lonely. As USO beginsits

29th year, we can all show our appreciation by letting its The following is a report of
volunteers and leaders know of our gratitude for their efforts. motor vehicle accidents and traffic -,

violations for the period

The Time Is ShortBy "March. ". Number 4 10. of Accidents

This Week .9
Lt. Jack Rogers, CHC
'
through
accidents this
Total year
and another decade has
year -61,
March 10 - -
The Ides of March have past rolled around. Months become I' Number of accidents through'
St., Patrick's day is past, andit years, days become weeks and March 1968 .69.Tot .
is said that March comes in minutes hours, and I feel that I
last
number of since ;
like a lion and .goes out like a never get accomplished what I days
vehicle accident -
injury in a motor ;
do that "Time
is
lamb. set out to day.
'"' - -- -137'
I remember when I was in so precious." "Wish there were : ;:
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school I couldn't wait until June 36 hours in day." "Stop the '1110. Number of Violations
,a its stronger forms, marijuana can cause psychotic.reactions = -99;
in TKIs'-week -
-
rolled around so I would be ableto worlds want to get off*' almost everyone. .. -"- ,..... *' .47
spend more time for. play. "The Time is short: it re- Marijuana's active ingredient, tetrahydrocannabinfor: 'Speeding ;
From September to June, whenI maineth, that both they that have potentially very dangerous, and while "THC", RecRTess Driving J';
a given -
was a senior, the time just wives be as though they had none, apparent ill effects on another 'dosage.maynot'have Going 'through stop sign ;
that
dragged. I met, a fellow who and they that weep,as though they for you. person, fact'.is"- *no' ." protection, *..-R Other violations - -45;
:
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had graduated from my high weep not; and they that rejoice, The use of marijuana is Forty eight drivers appeared
particularly hazardous.
school ten years ago, Gee,. -I as though jthey rejoice not; and influence, concepts of time and be While under its before the Traffic Hearing Board;
space can of the
radicallytiistorted !
thought he was ancient! theVthat: buy: as though they pos- and 'response to an emergency becomes onrK/Iarch/ 13 Disposition
In less than two weeks we will sessed not; and they that use this the wheel of an automobile unpredictable. A "pot"at cases included the follovfingl2{ -
have gone through one fourth of world as not abusing it: for the to others and a booby trap for himself.makes it a deadly dangerous. weapon_ n lost l"hihg'and parking} privileges -t L'p |
1969. It seems like it just fashion of this world passeth a- Another important for aboard station f6r ya-l;!
started. I feel that I have just way.." 1 Cor 7: 29 31. j l' being against Federal reason law not using'"POt" stems; from its rious periods; 23 were assign-;
come back from Christmas leave. "What are you doing for,Heavens be as murh as 10 in the to use or possess. 'The periajtie can 'ed< +io ::complete 'an eight hour,:
We have only three fourths of a, sake?" ''qAI first offense. Its years sale penitentiary and a $$20,000.f for a course. in'remedial driving; '3;
of the, Uniform Code ,of use. Qr possessiqq t likewise-\\l :viatOij\ ? received suspensions; 7 were;
t tJ I martial with a dishooorable Military Justice, punishable by oourt: giVen warhfngsf; 11 were diS-1|
disCharge and I
to five .
as the end results. up years Irrpriso n missed; 26 were fined {
Commissioner) and 2 re -I!,
A.x.: Ft NTEWS Only the Individual can decide If he desires ;
drug. to get caught in the ferred 'to commanding officers,
take
trap so time
out to think -- is few '
pleasure worth a moments of false for. possible -disciplinary action.,
a lifetime of
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sorrow (AFPS) 34 drivers, were assessed 118{

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper tratffc'p fnts. "_

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, TV Illechli T.ll. Franklin Storv .. .The word soldier comes from:
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a the:Latin "solidus." a coin with}

private' firm. All Copy submitted' for use In the JAX AIR The second of two television All personnel which. .soldiers were paid. i

NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs' Office, Box specials of interest to naval per- "The Ship That areurgedtovie Wouldn'tDie"w ...... :
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sonnel .
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub- at 10 will. be shown on April 6 at 10 p.m., April. 6t on NBC. .
p.m."The .
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele- ;, .: : :
EXCHANGE .
Ship That Wouldn't (from .
'. phone 772 3118 or 3119. Die", Page 1)I) ''', .
hour
an long documentary of the land
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries USS Franklin's heroic struggle vice, Station Bldg. 514; Bldg. 26 Sep

concerning such should be directed to: during World War II, will be Laundry ; Tailor Shop and
broadcast by NBC. Pick-Up, Bldg. 954; and
The. Holt Publishing Company' 1950 Standing Blvd. The first of the specials was the Beauty Shop, Barber Shop,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 shown Sunday on the same net- Shop Personal am Service Shop, Optical
work. "The Russians in the Cobbler Shop, all in
VOL. 26 NO. 50 MARCH 20, 1969 Mediterranean" depicted the Bldg. 3. r y a
expanding -
All
presence of the Soviet other Navy EXchange facilities -

Fleet in the Mediterranean Sea. hours on will continue or.current "TV4f MCM AKB HAPPY AS LONG A*
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BLADEMASTER. .Steve Hintliah goes "en garde," parries
thrust of assailant and then .. touche end of bout. (Fencing _
photos by AN Steve Stillings)


I I':: HAS Cecil Swordsman Sets His Blade For 72 Olympics ;. ;.1

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By William R. Burkett, Jr. the first night," he said, "It was time understanding his com- coming away victoriously. As the
all right, but nothing special.The mands." competition got better, so did he. .
Five years ago, Steve Hintlian next day it was the men's turn.I A master who is testing a young During a three-year tenure at CLIPPER CROSBY.ROCKET SEACRAFT
accompanied his newspapermanfather couldn't believe it -- they were fencer stands before him and Northeastern University he OATOR
from their home in jumping around, swinging those snaps commands like a Marine fenced the Ivy League Circuit.
Connecticut to New Jersey. His swords, all moving so fast. It drill Instructor. The pupil car- Yale, Harvard -- even that seat
father was covering the pre- was hard to tell exactly what was ris them out with all the speed of science, M.I.T.heard the n.r wr uwr MERCURY
Olympic fencing trials, held that going on, at first they were mov- and precision he can master -- ring of his blade on competingsteel. OUTBOARDS
year in New Jersey. Uriah Jones, ing so fast. My mouth must have and it is never good enough. The .
50, from neighboring town in been hanging open. It was very master stands aloof, negligently MERCRUISER
his dramatic moment. .I knew right Then, as it comes to ,most STERNDRIVES
Connecticut
was aiming to cut brushing aside the best lunges of
swath through a field of younger away that I had to try it." the pupil, and between commands young men these troubled'times,
That was midsummer. Byfall, his moment of military,service i
opponents to a Olympicberth? sandwiches 'running commen- EXPERT
on the American team. he had joined the salle (fencing tary of the errors this imperfect arrived. In the,day of Cardinal REPAIR
Jones made it, which was good school) of Uriah Jones; The old creature before him Is con. Richlieu, in another country, he SHOP
copy all right, considering the man could reduce him to quiver- tinually making. would doubtless have journeyedto
ability and stamina required of a ing protoplasm in fifteen minutes. Jones and the European discussed Paris to proffer his bladeto
swordsman -- but the elder Hint- The graceful moves of a fencer their young fencer, and the King's Musketeers. (Per-
lian may not have noticed then the don't come naturally to the human Jones took him home to haps the Cardinal's Guards, although INLET MARINE
inception of what might prove.io figure -- they have to be sweatedin. Connecticut. Fencing instructorsare history according to Alex-
.:be better copy. ":- When Hintlianproved he was about as lavish in their praiseof andre Dumas records that the Silts t Service
Which is to say, the reaction deadly serous about the sport, pupils as those aforementionedD Cardinal's men were the
"bf young Steve Hintlian -- rowan and after he had learned the essentials I.'s, according to Hintlian.But baddies.) 264-9835
:'airman doing office work for N AS Jones took him to see a ,before too long' he.was carrying ; Hwy. 17 Orange Park
cecil: Field NAMTRADETS' -- to European coach in' New York his 'epeei into competition, and '(Continued 01'' 'Page'14)), .' : f j I I. '.f
is first exposure to a gymnasium = s. 4S
full of masked men wielding City."He '' L -.. ... <- ., . .
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glittering, flashing steel. Hintlian 'remembers. "He had ; .5 .
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InvestigationContinues
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t f AE2 James M. Moss, a stu ted for advancement to E-4.The
,'( dent in the Aviation Electrician's applicant may be either single or
<< Mate (6)) School has been sel- married, male or female and

} ected to participate in the Navy must have reached the 21st but 'ag Despite the literally
I r' Enlisted Scientific Education not 25th' birthday by July 1 of j; of photographs taken of thousands
> Program (NESEP). This is one the year selected. debris from the identifiable -
% of two educational programs Since entering the Navy in July rA marine Scorpion lost sub-
leading commission 1965. Moss has been stationed In theNavyCourt
!> to a In the \
of
; Navy which are offered to enlisted -, California, Florida and Maryland. Inquiry charged has with the investigation -
still
not
personnel. From October 1965 to April the of determined -
cause its
.
Petty Officer Moss still has 1966 he was a student at AE (A) disafip.earance. .
several steps to complete in the School., lie entered AE((8))School ;
program These include the last October. From information
ascertained
college entrance exams the sum- The Naval Air Technical to date the court headed by
re-
mer prep school and four years Training Center's drill teamthe a fired VAdm. Bernard L. Austin
r.
1 of college. Only then will he ,
Jaxon Lancers were a feature. eliminated two possible cause-of
receive his commission. attraction at the St. Patrick's effort and devotion the disaster. It concluded
Afte "raduating from AE (B) Day Parade in Brunswick Ga. MARTO wen CITED ". -for exceptional that
the Scorpion did hit
Planning not
} Sch-ol in June, Moss will report Saturday. The intricate maneu- in contributing to a successful Marine Corps a seamount -
since there is "
(> ". tn'ntJ Service School Command at vers executed by the team be- Program," Sgt. William S. Jensen is awarded a certificate of the area where the submarine none;in

.[ B.tnbridge.' Md., or San Diego fore approximately 15,000 spectators appreciation from the Commandant of the Marine Corps. Sgt. went to the bottom and dismissed

.>( Calif., for approximately nine drew sustained applause Jensen's wife, Joyce, stands by as he accepts the award from the theory that the nuclear reactor -

'> weels.sion he During will receive this summer refresher ses- along.An expertly the entire performed' parade ,Queen route. Col. J. W. Rusham, chief of staff, 4th MAW/MARTC. The sergeant plant was at fault, after

is assigned as Career Planning NCO for MARTD. hearing testimony from qualified
h courses in math physicsEnglish Ann salute at the reviewing stand presently
Usage and orientation in col- was well received with returned experts., ?
: lege academic requirements. He salutes from high ranking mili- 4 *
will then be interviewed and assigned The court also eliminated the
officers and
tary a standing ova-
to a college or university. tion from civilian dignataries. Jax I MARINESBy theory that the accident wasdueto '
NESEP' is a college training an explosion of one of her flton
( of- torpedoes or that it was caused
program outstanding petty
) '. (leers on active duty. Potentialfor Mad Fox Dio LCpl. P.D. Edwards by collision with another ship.In .
addition evidence of
a successful career as a any
commissioned officer Is the primary NESEP lovri Kind to suggest foul play or sabotage -
consideration In the pro was found by the cou>t.
.
.\ cessing Interviewing recom Marine Aviation Detach- trailing the MAA's who are tied '
Two men of VP 5 recently Five Testimony established theScorpion's
.': mendation and selection. of can- received word that they have been ment staff sergeants have been with Aviation Ordnance for the 't crew was stable ajid 1
didates. accepted for the Navy Enlisted included on the latest E-7 list circuit lead with 18-6 records. : mature and "the evidence does
f' Other eligibility requirements Scientific Education Program released byheadquarters Marine The MAA's hold first place only :: not establish that the loss of Scorpion -
,; include citizenship active duty (NESEP). Corps. Three instructors and by total pins. '- and deaths of thoseembark-
I'( status, sufficient obligated service The men are HM2 James G. two "B" school students were r J-ed were causedbytheintent.fa. lt

to complete preparatory Dietrich and AX2 Joe R. Ziglar. among those selected. SSgt. Marine WivesMembership negligence or inefficiency of any
school and serving in grade ,
E-4 or above or havebeenselec-pay After passing the college en- J.E. Watson was the lone avia- -- : parson or persons In the naval
trance examinations in March tion ordnanceman from MAD. ; service or connected therewith.:"
they will report to the Naval Academy He is presently attending AO '
!i Preparatory School in (B) School. Of the aviation elec- The court has therefore
kWconatt Bainbridge Md., for further pre tricians selected, three were Instructors Drive 11''. ins : recommended that further c -
paration before entering a uni and the fourth an AE ( amination be made and as a result
versity in the fall. Followingfour (B) School student. The AE instructors -tbs Navy's deep diving sub-
{ I.,!{@ Ff.tvt11tI years of study in scienceor are SSgt's R.F. Mather Jax .--' The regular monthly .rhersible Trieste II will 'pro
( I i engineering, the men will receive R.L. Center and W.M. Cropf. meeting of the NAS Marine Wives Deed to the location where earlier
103rd St. at Wescomtett Blvd. a bachelor or science degree The student is SSgt R.F. Ayres. Club was.held Monday evening at investigation! of the nuclear submarine -
',:,, We Wire Flowers and a commission in the Regular the Marine Aviation Detachment. was conducted. Earlier
Navy., President Carol Scoppe conducted -' this portions of the Scor
;I Phone SP ,I-.3770: or SP 1-025C CLASSES GRADUATE, year
the 8 p.m. meeting.The pion's hull were found resting inv
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is
wherever there
a
'j FlowersFor human I God-given Two classes graduated from club has begun an intense more than 10,000 feet of water
being see
Every Occasion rights in that being, whatevermay the Naval Air Technical Train- membership drive due.to the loss ,about 400 miles southwest of the
\ FREE DELIVERY be the sex or complexion ing Center March 12 and 13 and of several members by transfer. Azores.

JEWELL J. SMITH ."William Lloyd Garrison, the men are now on their way to Marine wives wishing more information Trieste can carry one observer -
1853. join the Marine Corps air arm. can call 384-6875 or
in addition to its two man
Aviation Ordnance class 844gra- 771-3601. Wives of active duty
Various technical expens -
t' duated March 12 and LCpl. A.C. and retired Marines are eligiblefor crew.
thus will be able to con-
Uribe was the high Marine withan club membership.During .
{ MARIN A G BODY 88.9 average for the 18-week the Monday session duct on the spot visual inspection -
hull
? SHOP of Scorpion's
X3874669 school. Aviation ElectriciansMate money was alloted for "Operation '
,) 389-4659 School Class 840 graduated Easter Bunny", now being through the use of powerful spot
AUTO-MARINE SERVICE CENTER March 13 after 22 weeks of sponsored by the Purple Heart ;lights.

.\ Roosevelt Blvd at Ortega River PH. 387-4669 training. LCpl. CJ. Dunn was FOl 1dation. The operation has The first uniforms for the
the class high man for the been started in order to send
f. CALL 389-li61 LICENSED YACHT BROKER Marines with an 85.9 average. Easter ,cards'and baskets to Navy. and Marine Corps were
c; i M HR,..ROAD adopted on Sept. 5, 1776.
I WRECKER'SERVICE SALESSERVICESTORAGE wounded servicemen 'in Viet -
( BOWLINGThe -

"( NEPTUNE TRAILER! ; Devil Dogs with a 10-14 nam.The club,also decided to spon-

THUNDERBIRD ll' log are leading the Marines in sor a hospital ward party April

.( EVINRUDE the NATTC Bowling league with 22 at ,the Naval Hospital.

'\,, four weeks remaining. The De- Larry Cocciola received the
vil Dogs are row in sixth place meeting gift.

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Suoer Chiefs' Role Defined

\ :
,> II' implementedfor visor. He functions as an
various programs en-
:\' The formal roles and functionsof organizing, directing,and coordinating listed technical or specialty
Navy senior and master chiefs the various programs pert within his rating, serving
U: has been defined by a board appointed implemented for the purpose of as he does, and the second senior
I.0 by the Chief of Naval Per- instruction and supervision of enlisted petty officer within that
\ of these
definition
sonnel. The subordinates.In rating. His primary responsi[
i,\ roles and functions was set forth units or at activities where bility is to bring to bear his
__ prior to their inclusion in the Mas- broad
\ the situation requires, the training, ,knowledge and
for
Manual for Qualifications ter Chief Petty Officer, in addition experience in providing direction
Advancement in Rating. to his normal functions and supervision, to enlisted
r per-
I______ ; The board began its study In supplements the officer corps sonnel engaged in performing
August 1967. The study sur-
and
in the overall supervision functions and tasks associatedwith
and attitudes of senior -
veyed views chief officers administration of the men and the work for which his rating
p ,, and master reviewed petty equipments associated with the is responsible.He .
active ,
duty
1 1 '. on in other ser- functioning of the organizationto plans and ,administers on-
such
> aI programs of the which assigned, whether or not the-job and other training pro-
vices, review problems
senior rated men, and personally related to his rating. In addi- grams for subordinates serving
; contacted a number of senior tion to functioning withlnhis specialty in his specialty. On occasion,
officers through field tripsto as described, the Master he functions outside the areas of
r I petty Officer also can be his rating in of
the Atlantic and Pacific. Chief Petty areas leadership,
when assigned tobe administration and
so
expected
PSYCHOTIC VS: NEUROTIC -- At ,Friday's meeting of the The role of the Master Chief effectively, supervisionas
; capable of functioning a senior enlisted advisor
In
; Armed Forces Petty Officer is that of the senior
; Management Association, guest speaker Jerome outside his particular area, in matters concerning enlisted personnel -
5 Barnum clarified his topic of "The Agenda Making Power of administrator enlisted technical within or his specialty rating. areas of leadership, administration but the main thrust of his

Organizational Neurosis and Executive Anxiety" with charcoal The Master Chief Petty Officeris and supervision, as a senior supervisory and leadership ability -:
sketches. Alternate and simplified title for his address the senior enlisted grade in enlisted advisor for the commandin lies in the area of broad
was "Humanics in Management." which serving in matters con- technical or, specialty expertise
terms of military, technical, supervisory -
and administrative responsibility cerning enlisted personnel.: related to his rating. In terms
'Humanics in and expertise. His The role of Senior Chief Petty of enlisted military seniority,
; Management'Topic Officer is that of enlisted he second
r. primary function Is to bring to an is only to the Master.
bear his extensive training, technical or speciality super- Chief Petty Officer.


; at AFMA Meeting knowledge viding senior-level and and experience administration enlisted in pro-supervision to- NATTC MAD PersonnelGive i


his entire rating, thereby
I By J03 Jan Mercurio with frustrations and hostilitiesof insuring maximum efficiency of

I'.. subordinates, he pointed out In the work forces and equipment Blood Bank Boost
. Jax -- "The difference between saying./"Hostility never evapor- assigned in the effective accom-
psychotic aril neurotic is ates. It must be dealt with."
> plishment of the functions and
The Naval Air Technical land R. Chrisrman, Valmore E.
I, '. that a psychotic person thinks "Once frustration is -
generated tasks for which his immediate
S two and two is five and won't it is either kept in or let organization is responsible. He Training Center provided thebulkof Hilliker Roger W. Johnson William
blood donations to the Naval Johnson, William T. Lane,
l change his mind, while a neurotic out, the traveling lecturer told is responsible for organizing,
blood bank last week. Lousell Robertson, Thomas J.
t Hospital
; knows two' and two is four his Officers Club audience. directing and coordinating the
\ i' and wished it wasn't. So said "Some people let out hostility by Sixty-eight personnelfrom the Rudd and William L. Wavmire.
> ( Barnum various NATTC schools and Ma- Donators from the NATTC
personable Jerome talking loudly. That may lead 13 Foreign Officers
| S guest speaker at Friday's.meeting up to pounding on a table top, rine Air Detachment helped the Marine Air Detachment were
I / of the Armed Forces Management which may build up even more End Supply Training hospital meet its own need and Richard S. Aguirre, Michael W.
< > .i Association: until it leads to neurosis. Some also provide blood for air ship- Bed Robert E. Brown, Walt A.
( Making his second appearance people are likely to keep their Tour Rework Facility ment to Vietnam.Lt. Butsch, Michael A. Bittof.JameS

M at the AFMA, Barnum spoke on hostilities, and that's worse.This Jax -- Thirteen foreign naval (J.g.) Marilynn I. Henryof ,M. Chaffee, Sylvester L. Dand'rtdge
? ? "Humanics in Management," or type person remains quiet, officers end three weeks of func- the Blood Bank said the response John D. Davis, P.A. Dob
I' } "The Agenda Making Power of doesn't speak up, and eventuajly tional supply training at NAS for donations has been son Robert F. Dormer, Gary T.
? Organizational Neurosis and ends up with ulcers." Jacksonville before 'outstanding. She said that the Goldberger, D.R. Holloman Michael
... Executive The director Barnum tomorrow Naval Hospital was informed William L
Anxiety. explained that emotio- leaving for other U.S. by P. Ingram, ;
( J of-the Jerome Barnum Associates nal growth continues throughout and'further training.Navy commands BUMED that the Navy's increased .I Keener: JosephA. LachanceC.S:

'" began his talk by stressing that life and told his audience that From eight countries, the officers -, quota of 1,000 units per week Lakes, Robert S. McDowell, Ro-
f ) "man has a requirement' to fill they could.become better managers have'been at NAS Jax since was met with_J,24:2._She stated .ng14 J J. '.Mclninch, Paul M.. Platen t
: r ;: his needs'for'security. and a ,by avoiding executive' anx March. 3, following six'weeks'of that support from all"activitiesis ,Carroll L. Pryor, Danny
{ deep need to do some good deeds iety.He training at the necessary so the Naval Hos- ,H Robinson, David A. Schadel,
r and have them recognized. said, "A child has concern Athens.t NavySupplyCorps'Shcool'at Ga. The local pital can continue, to meet, its James J. Sullivan, Manuel E.Viainho .
He told.local civilian and military only for'himself and a man learns training was designed to the assigned quota" ','support. the S.F. Willett, and Daniel
\' managers that a lack of recognition to be concerned over others and officers' give men in Vietnam. '' ..', >E, Wtlson.
look at the daily rou- ........ .
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on the part a mana- concern should be developedmore tine of the Navy's Personnel givfngblood
ger can cause frustration in his throughout the course of following the instruction supply system are listed below. Ranks have SPACIOUS PEACEFUL'MARSHALL
\ subordinates and frustration hens. at At- been dropped for brevity.: ACRES
could cause hostility. A manager Robert P. Bathgate William ,
(Continued -
Page The
on 12)) group will tour Jackson 9350 103rd Street
c should know how to deal J. Campbell L.
ville's Naval Air Rework Ronald Collins, Jacksonville's newest &
............................ today, where they will Facility hear William F. Cordsen, Carroll R. most modern mobile home
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briefing on U.S. Navy industrial Hohn Larry M. community Is now open for
Ladies Be Better Dressed For Less funding before a visit'to the fa- Jones; Chester J. Jursa, Gre- your inspection. Large 44 x
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currently open for receipt of ap- NAS, NARF, NARTU,CDMF Am-
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I area of consideration and closing pital, Navy Commissary'Stores,
date of each are shown. Navy Recruiting Station, Disease
; MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-Grade
Vector Control Center and Resident -
levels GS-4 and below; MPB No.
Storage Off Jacksonville.
79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled
\ Applications for these positions
positions pay level seven and will be accepted through the
below and MPB
No.
83-67 PlanB
close of business March 26.
all skilled positions level
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seven and above. Area of con-
Specialist GS-7 and MPB
sideration: NAS, NARF, NARTU No. 33-69
Supervisory Supply
1t'e C'i i tii COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT,
Technician
GS-7. Area of con-
Naval Hospital, Navy Commis- sideration: NAS, NARF.NARTU,
sary'Stores,Navy Recruiting Station COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT,
Disease Vector Control
Naval Hospital., Navy Com-
.I Center and Resident Storage Office missary Stores, Navy Recruiting

Jacksonville. ,Applicationsfor Station, Disease Vector Control
SS S these positions will be accepted Center and Resident Storage Office -
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application must be filed for each these
will
positions be accepted -
position in which interested. through'the close of busi- .-
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gineer, GS-7, 9 and 11. Area of Further information canbeob-

RETURN the first'OF such W 649803'-' 1 not \secret agent movie. W 649803 is a J 52 jet engine and consideration: Nationwide. Applications tained by calling the Rating and

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be until the needs of
1967.
NOW, after chalking another accepted Department, Ext. 2320.
up 541
flight hours the
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a overhaul
Aircraft motor mechanic Glenn
MPB
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Supervisory
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list, GS-14. Area of consideration 1
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Blue Jackets Inn, vide the beat. Buffet Dinner, 6 to 9 p.m. The April 2.MPB.
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A dance contest will be held nesday night. The "Drink of the Mechanical Engineer (Utilities)
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followed by the"Messengerof Officer's Club night. A,menu specialis MPB No. 27-69 Supervisory fiS Ik ORO R

the Masses" Saturday night, featured at the'club every day Aircraft Inspection Specialist,
the "Standard Production""''Sun "Charlie Jay" will provide the except Monday. Dining room GS-12 or 13. Area of consideration 04B ... roemI

day afternoon and the uUFo.It;, dance music tomorrow and hours are Monday through : Sixth Naval District. Applications I..O $
Sunday night. .;:::: "Johnny Jelinek" will be hand Thursday, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., for this position will I tn: PEST
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Tuesday is ladies night, with ficer's Club are:Tuesday ough day, noon until 10 p.m. and Sun- MPB No.29-69 Mechanical Engineering ': --- 3740. Main Io
half prices on ladles drinks. Sunday, lunch, 11:15 a.m. to 1:45 day noon until 9 p.m. Technician GS-7 (two o 1.. ((11; INK/'* 354-6314
There will be five winners in p.m.; Tuesday through Thursday, vacancies) and MPB No. 30-69 ...... FREE Inspection/ I
Tuesdays "mini*.cones;'Y and dinner, to ,9 p.m.;' Friday and Inventory Management Special- ..a..n..o o...
"The Soul Challengers'will pro- Saturday, 6 to 10 p.m.and Sunday 4F


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F1 ah, 9 i A a 1G I Cecil Sports '1


KARATE CLASS: The Station One of the competitors was
T. Athletic Department announcesthe last year's All-Army Runnerup -
; beginning of Karate Classes and Denny managed to squeakby
again at Cecil Field. The classes him with a one-point win.
will be held Monday and Wed-
pw
aA nesday 7:30 to 9 p.m. on the BOWLING;
Handball courts at the Gym. The NAS CECIL VA-86 Sidewinders -
instructor will be Mike Waltz continued to hold the
who is attached to NAMTD and league's lead as they rolled over
holds a first degree blackbeltin VA-174's #2 team last week.Pac-
ShoDan karate. ing the Sidewinders were Al Tre-
Lessons will be given in Chto- vino with a 244-628 and Garry
x s ryu Karate, a Japanese style. Cook with a 203-586.
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r Waltz is affiliated with the Ja- Other team scores were:Sonny
33a pan Karate Federation and they Gathright- of FAETU with 588- '
oshukan Karate Dojos Inc. All 206; George Baker of VA-44with
tests and promotions will be 584-212; Cal Roberts of VA-
given by Michael Foster of 174 #1 535-213; Charles Molesof
Tampa, who retains a Forth degree VA-174 ##2 535-213; Tony Ar-
black belt. redondo of Weapons with 531-191; _
and Dave Scott also of VA-174
WRESTLING: #1 with 524-178. '
Dennis King of VA-44, who is LEAGUE STANDINGS
Cecil Field's traveling wrestler
.... came through again over this past TEAM W-L
WHAT TO LOOK FOR. .At the Sixth ND tournament upcoming next week at Cecil. 'Doc Blan- week-end. Denny .entered the VA-86 Sidewinders 2012312FAETU .
chard, NAS Memphis, shows the 'International Block', originated in Europe. American rules Cocoa Beach AAU Invitationaland 18-6
didn't allow a player to go "across the net" until last year. Consequently, Americans facing using his usual prowess as a VA-174 #1 16-8 .
Europeans were disadvantaged. Now, with this sort of action and a new. lighter, 'jackrabbit' wrestler, once again won his Operations 15 1/2-8 9115
ball made in Japan and introduced in the Japanese Olympics, it's a brand new ball game. weight class. This was by far VA-174 #2
his toughest tournament, to date Weapons 81/2-15 1/2
and it took him five matches to VA-44 1/2-17 1/2
win. According to Denny, hewas Medical 2-22
......... COUPON ui..u.. pushed harder in this tournament L L L
1 and was not able to register any
II Sprillgtill, is pins thereby winning all matcheson
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ACROSS FROM
CEDAR HILLS THEATRE SURPLUS GOODS 1

..,. ALSO IN ORANGE PARK DISCOUNT STORE
'
671 Kingsley, Ave

PHONES 2645656Page,10 JO735 P-och B/v/

:.J Lost in a sea of bills?
I

,; 'i.fat; S.O.S. Seaboard for a "Do It Now" loan. It could cut a path

_ :, ,'" through those old bills. ? VISITCLAUDE I

;..: .. What's more, it might also lower your monthly payments. And,

( give you extra cash..Enough to do something just for you.

.p So navigate toward your nearest Seaboard office. Or give us a NOUN

.:. j jingle. Like lots of other Navy men and their families, the "Do .:.':';', :;. '. ; > # ,.; .;.;.. ::,;;.. '.;
It Now" plan could do it for you. fS;

Loons to 5600 ,',

.: ,'., SERBORRD FINRNCE COMPANY
'.!t t.I I ,,'" .' OPEN MOti; THRU $At1iNm 8:>Mr
A lifesaver when you need cash .
{I' ,:,
;" l' 3 Convenient offices In Jacksonville located at:
: .. .. ,
!f.--.7f. 4 ',[.. ........'t. 34 W. Duval Street, Phone 356.3311
::: 215 American Heritage Life 8/1/9., Phone 356-2432 .. I'.

1959 Blanding Blvd. (Corner San Juan & Blanding), Phone 3S9 3446

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'JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER *
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I Movie Schedule


Movies will be
shown nightly
WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT
at the NAS Theater
at 7:30 p.m. OUT?" starring Doris Day and
There.will also be a kiddie mati-

nee at 2,p.m. Saturday and a regular -
( )
feature at 2 p.m. Sunday
and holidays.The Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
Hospital Theater Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
willhave will' be published the following' week unless the
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. or money order for the full cost of the ad must .,
Cecil Field will have two nightly
shows during the week at 5:30

and 8 p.m. Matinees will be shown ., Seri Osfe
on .weekeoos''at 2 and 5 p.m.

Audience Ratings;: M-Mature A-Adults; G-General Youth; S- ( Ihus). . . . .$2.00

.S /perior; E-Excellent; VG-Very

Good Available.; F-Fair; CNA-Class Not (BLUFF"i) !i ( .rlls par II..). a e e e 0.50


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Thursday, March 20
WIVES JUSTISS TRAILER PARK

NAS: "WILD IN, THE to Work 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS. Clean

STREETS" starring Shelley Win- 5 Weekdays modern trailers & Apts. 389-

ters and Christopher Jones. ; per Hour. 3007. .

Color Drama. A-M/VG ((97 mins) Mrs. Sanders VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS

HOSPITAL:"SWEET NOVEMBER" WELDING! 3 BR, 1, 1 1/2 & 2 baths $100
starring Sandy Dennis and large or small.Trail- down as low as $65 month. Callus
Anthony Newley. Color' Drama. iron work, fuel for up to date lists that will
A-M/VG ((122 mins) Westside Custom be mailed without obligation. -
( )
CECIL FIELD: "BONNIE ANDCLYDE" Lane & Lenox. VANSANDT REALTY 387-1213.
starring WarrenBeattyand
Faye Dunaway.Color Drama Spd. Mags 388-5322. SINGER
A/E ((111 mins) BRAND NEW GOLDEN SEW
1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma- Makes buttonholes, fancy patterns -
Friday, March 21 chine, Left in Layaway, Balance blind hems. Bal. $41

NAS:'"ATTACK ON THE IRON OPEN fa SUNDAY $34.50 Cash or $6 Mo. cash or $7 mo.
COAST" 6437 Wilson Blvd., Phone 771- 6437 Wilson Blvd.
starring Lloyd Bridgesand
Andrew Keir. Color War 8211.. Delivery with obligation. Phone 771 8211

Drama. G/VG ((89 mins) Delivery with no obligation.DIAL .
FLY JETS TO EUROPE
HOSPITAL: "WILD IN THESTREETS" $125.00 TOM CAVINESS! '

Military Travel Service, Inc. If you would like to become a
CECIL FIELD: WICKED Disc Jockey, Newscaster or An-
100% GUARANTEE P.O. Box -Cookstown, NJ.
DREAMS OF PAULA SCHULTZ"starring
Phone ((609)) 723-1313 nouncer. A recorded message by
Elke Sommer and Bob Tom Cavlness tells how.
We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In Available for Military Personnel you
Crane. Color Comedy.,A/G ((113 apertlon. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everythingthat and their Dependents Ph. 355-4834.
mins) needed it. And guaranteed!them 100% for the repair or Only 3 SINGERS $15 .
replacement of all major mechanical: parts for :30 days or 1000 -
Saturday, March 22 mile. Come on In and double check. Pro-Rated Cost of Charter Sewing Machines, $15 each. Left
in warehouse, good condition,
NAS: "WITH SIX YOU GETEGGROLLn *ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE
ASSEMBLIES FOR RENT OR FOR SALE fully equipped, does everything,
starring Doris Day ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Houses & Apts. Equity VA .& complete with attachments.

and Brian Keith. Color.Comedy.' 68 COUGAR $3000 FHA resales. $100 down. Call Yours for storage charge only
'GIE mins :
((95 )
>
Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264- $15. Call 353-1946 anytime. Will
HOSPITAL: "ATTACK' ON 2 Dr. HT V-8. AT, PS, Fact. Air. Red, Black Vinyl Top 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mlli- deliver ,no obligation. 1606
THE IRON COAST"CECIL

FIELD: "SWEET'NO.. .' 68 MERCURY CYCLONE $2900 tary-Free Notary. Main WIL-MAR Street. APARTMENTSNear ;

VEMBER" 500 GT.; Faatback, V-8.A.T, Air,cond. p& Coral HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of

Saturday Matinees,' $290.0. Excel condition, 4 Br, 2 B.Cen- famines Rd. Furn. & Unfurn.

-"FRANKENSTEIN'CON i ,SBU.ICK.SKYLARK tral A/C & Heat. Redwood fence. Apts. Newly painted, 2 Br., LR,
2 Dr..HT.,.Fact.. ; Air Cond., V-8..PS. AT Blue Rolling Hills area 781-3680 any- Kit Furn. Nook 2 Car parking
QUERS THE WORLD" starring
Nick Adams. Color Melodrama. 68 PONTIAC TEMPEST $2900 time. Water, Sewage & Garbage Includ.
Only $85.Mo.. for unfurn. Call ..
Also "CAPTAIN VIDEO,.V Chapter Cuttorn! (2)',2 Dr. HT;V-S. AT, PS Fact. Air Vinyl Top IN CLAY COUNTY 387-2541 nites weekends call
or
'
8. ((87 mins) .. 2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved 389-0744.
Sunday, March 23 68 CHEVROLET IMPALA $2750 and graded road frontage $1450

WERE'" 2 Dr.:HT, Fact.,Air Cond., V-8. AT. PS, White per lot & up, terms. Off. Ph. ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS
YOU
NAS: "WHERE 282-5272 Home 282-5224. Your Pans & Service Center

68 FORD GALAXIE 500 $2750 PERFORMANCE CARS, INC.
STEREO CONSOLE 2144 Blanding Blvd. 3880428.
4 Dr. HT, ,V-8 AT PS, Fact. Air. Blue Blue Vinyl Top Console
Fully automatic Stereo
nlJl 68 :FORD GALAXIE 500 $2650 Record Player. W/Radio comb. FOR RENT 2 BR HOUSE
c n Bal. $61 or pay $8 monthly. Will FURN. Orange Park, 5 miri. to
4 Dr. HT Fact. Air Cond., V-8, AT PS, Red. deliver. No obligation. Ph. 353- NAS, will rent to TAD Personnel -

1946 ANYTIME 1606 Main St. or Bachelors, TV, Linen
()) llizs 68 CH'EV. IMPALA $2300 Utensils Optional. 264-6884.

; 2 Dr., HT, Radio & Heater, W/S/W. Turquoise USED FURNITURE SALE! HOUSE FOR SALE

67 Many Bargains! ABC Mobile Ortega Hills 7241 Pinevllle Dr.
DODGE DART $1750
San Juan at Niblick/ / Homes. 6545 Normandy Blvd.; $1,250 under F.H.A. Appraisal,

Phone 384 -'4406 4 Dr. Sedan Air Cond., PS AT Blueflk White OAK HILL PARK 3Bed Rooms '- 1 1/2 Baths-

66 FORD GALAXIE 500 $1600 .4 Lg. Br., 2 Baths, central'heat Den, Fenced Back Yard. Phone
1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms' 387-2428 After 430.
& & Dining Room,
4 Dr., HT Fact. Air Cond. V8 AT PS. White air Family.
Garden Type Apartmentswith fenced $142 '5 1/47'
yd., mo.
Country Club PONTIAC TEMPEST $1550STATION 4 BR. 3 BATH LOVELY HOMEIn
66 FHA Loan. $2000 Equity by
&
Atmosphere Venetia, Conv. NAS Cecil.
.Kitchens equipped with G-E WAGON OHC 6, AT Radio & Heater Bronze owner. 771-4983. Quiet, beautiful neighborhood,

Ranges & Refrigerators LARGE MODERN 3 BR. 2 BA. Cent. Heat, A/C., fenced yard.
Individual Air Conditioningand 66 DODGE CORONET $1550 Den, Gar., Gas, Central Heat, For sale at FHA Appraisal,
Heating by G-E: 4 Dr., Sedan V-8. A.T. P.S., White Fenced $135 mo. 7714930.IN $23,200 with $1600 down. See at
.
Drapes furnishedWall' and 4211 Rapallo Rd. Open Sat &
to Wall Carpeting $1450
.Large Swimming Pool! MUSTANG, CLAY COUNTY Sun., 1-5, or anytime by appt.
2 DV. HT Automatic Trana., White Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10 Mrs. Pike, 264-9920.
acres & larger. Terms. Ph.
.64 MALIBU SUPER SPORT$1295. I 282-5272 or 2825224. 68 DODGE POLARO LOADED

2,Dr., HT V 8. 'AT,,PS. Red I Assume Payments. 387-1602.
'68 BUICK SPEC. STA. WAG.
( lIIEd 67 VW SEDAN $1495Radio Fact. Air', A/T, R&H, 425. Ext. 66 RAMBLERAuto
Trans., A/C. PS, R&H,
& Heater. White 540 or 8304 NAS Cecil.RETIRING .
$725. Ph. 733-8508 after 5.
63 BUICK RIVIERA. $1250 SOON??
UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!!!!!
O)( 2 Dr.. HT Loaded, Stiver Undecided about Future Employ-
: ment? Why not Invest that nest Beautiful Wekiwa Springs. 3 mi.
62 TBIRD"r"r. $ 950 egg In a business and be your east of Gulf Hammock Levy Co.

2 Dr.,'HT, Loaded, Blue own boss? Your income will be 47 million gallons daily flow, ..
efforts with 2 3/4 mi. riverfront cry-
determined by your own
THE' BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY A CAR! and ability. There are over 400Businesses stal clear stream and lakes

...WITH THE BEST GUARANTEE ANYWHERE! from $5,000 to 4 1/2, mi. highway frontage. 500

TACOS I $500,000, of all types available acres improved cabin pasture.barns 2 kennels residences -
throughout Florida. Quite a few large -
hutches, cages, tractor,
WESTSIDE of them can be bought for about
other farm
< CallC. numerous implements -
30 7o/ Down Payment.
and several horses. Over
C. ROBERTS USN. (Ret.) '
700 acres. Must'be seen to be;
264-4739 after 6PM.
103rd & Blanding Center VOLKSWAGEN INC. appreciated. Only $570,000 with
-
.' 297/ down. Call Bronson 486-

::") '7717970t 1150 LIM Av Se. Pkui 781-5511 USED APPLIANCE SALE! 2036 for appointment to inspect,
,
Electric and Gas Ranges, ABC or see owner at Springs Parks,
; :"; pmNE'AHEAD "f Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 7 to 6 PM Mobile Homes. 6545 NormandyBlvd. P.O. Box # 138, Gulf Hammock

6'o' FOR FASTER SERVICE! Florida.I .




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I Proposed July; ;: .1 Salary' :!Increases Released by CSCProposed CIYIIIIN! RetirM6Rfs

:sw' '
Federal salary:; sche- In July. The paylina Is flatterin vary only in the narrow range of comparability with private enterprise -
dules based on staff finds de slope than that used in previous .9 to 10 percent. There will be salaries based on the
rived from the ,Bureau of Labor years, providing higher no increase at the GS-1 level 1968 Bureau of Labor Statistics
Statistics IOCS survey have been rates at grades below GS 9 since pay comparability private National Survey of Professional,
sent by the bureau of the Budget than would have provided by the industry ,;already exists for Administrative, Technical and
and the Civil Service Commis- steeper( slope:; previously used, jobs at that level. TlKi overall Clerical Pay.Although .
sion to officials:; of federal em- and lower rates above Gi; !3. increase for employees in the the comparability 1
ployee organizations for review The change in slope( reflectsa General Schedule will average principle was adopted in the Federal r '
and comment. When their com- change in the pattern of private 9.1 per cent. Salary Reform Act of 1962,
ments::; have been received and enterprise pay movement, (Public Law 90-207 providesthat comparability has not heretoforebeen
reviewed, recommended rates to which for 19G7 68 produced whenever the General Sche- reached except on occasionat
become effective InJuly lOO9wfli larger percentage increases for dule for Federal civilian em- grades GS-Jj! and below.
be submitted:; to the Presidentfor work levels equivalent to grades ployees is adjusted upwards there The Federal Salary Act of GEORGE REED of NARF's
approval.The below GS 9 than for grades, shall be placed in effect a comparable 1967 authorized an increase process division, retired
table below shows the pro- above GS 9.Information. upward adjustment in the retroactive to October 1967 and March 5. Reed retired after
posed General Service Schedule furnished the em- monthly basic pay authorized provided that pay adjustment effective more than 20 years federal
based on the Federal compara- ployee organizations indicatesthat members of the military ser- in July 1968 should close service.
bility payline (fourth rates of the salary increase will range vices.) half the comparability gap or lag ,
grades) is for the adjustment from :M t per cent at the GS 2 The law requires the Presi- behind industry rates as of the .t
which the President is directedby level to 10.8 percent attheGS18level. dent to adjust salaries in July June 1967 survey, and that the
section 212 ((2)) of the Fed- Increases in all grades by the amounts necessary to July 1969 adjustments should
eral Salary Act of 1967 to make from GS-7 through GS-16 will bring them to a level of full close the remaining gap.


Pay Scale Issued .
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j. JAMES T. RUSHING, plant
GS 1 3,889 4,019 4,141 4,279. 4,408 4i38! 4,668" 4,798 4J28! 5Oi7! services division, retired after
2 4,360 4,50:1: 4,6fiO 4,79.5 4,040 fi,08S :,2:10: 5,375 :,520 5,66i! more than 28 years federal
3 4,917 .5,081 !i,24fi 5,409 5,573 ::1,737 !i,901 6,06i! 6,229 GJ9J: : service. Rushing's retirement '
4 5,522 fi,706 5,890 6,074 6,258 6,442 6,626 ,. 6,810 6,994 7,178
"" 5, 6,176, 6)82:) 6,588 6,794 7,000 7,206, 7,412 7,618 7,824 8,030 ceremony was held March 12.
'h C 6,882 7,111 7,340:) 7fi69 7,798 8,027 8,2:16: 8,4a. 8,714 8,943 '
7 7,639 7,894 8,149 8.404 8,6:19: 8,914 9,169 9,424 fI.679 9,9J4: '. ;' :
8 8.731 9,013 9,295 9:177: 10,141 ;" '"
8.449
9,859 10,42:3: 10,705 10,987 410<
9 -9.320 9.631 9,942 10.253 10,564 10,875 11,186 l1,4n! 11,808 12,119 : ,: 1 1I'

10 10,2:12: 10:194: 10,936 11,278 11,620 11,002 12,304 12,646 12,988 13,330 ,fd;' <4'i >
11 11.233 11,607 11,981 12,355 12,729 13,103 13,477: 13a.,1 14,32i: 14,599 I' :i't, i ,
12 13,389 13,835 14,281 14,727 15,173 15,619 16OG5 16lil1 16,957 17,40:1: 'f' "
13 15,812 16,339 16,866 17,393 17mO 18.447 18,974 19101! 20,028 20,555 W\i.\ '
14 18,531 19,149, 19,767 20,385 21,003 21,621 22,239 22,87: 23.475 24,093 >"ft?1"*
15 21,589 22,309 23,029 23,749' 24.469 25,189 25,909 26,629 27,349 28,0691 .1t
16 25,044 2:1,879: 26,714 27M9 28,384 29,219 30,054 ::10,889 31,724 47 i:
17 28,976 29,942 aO,908 31,874 32',840 '.':'i
18 33.495 ,
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HARRY A. HORTON, security
l '" I department, retired after more "
AFMA from Page 6 \
were other favorable traits than 27 years civilian service
; Buy U.S. Savings Bonds life.". necessary in being? a' top mana-. aboard: the station., His retire- ", .\ '
& Freedom Shares Giving the group pointers on Ker,>according toBarntun.' ment ceremony was held, ;:;;"'
how to become better manager During the meeting the Armedhe March : .
stressed ,the importance of Forces Management Association
being able to give information unanimously::: re-elected 1 last
and getting a point across.:: A year's: slate of officers to serve
good manager is not a constant another term. Re-elected were
talker and he should give others Capt. D.A. I llempson, president:
a chance, he pointed out to the G.B. Kumtner, executive[ vice
local association members. Be president; Cdr. G.II. Eckert,vice
a receiver[ be interested in othpresident for' programs; Mrs.
ers* ideas, and know how to get J. Fernandez, secretary; and 5.'I.
together; with fellow workers J.W. Creecy, treasurer:





1 INCOME TAXT .


GUARANTEE .
_
; A f-v A R T.M. E N 1 .-
L'L Accurate preparation of your tax returnis
guaranteed. If you are charged a pen- $
alty or interest due to our error, we will. ONLY 2'2' MILES FROM
;' pay the penalty or interest. UP
,I NAS JAX MAIN GATE
WEEKDAYS 9 AM to 9 PM
SATURDAY 9 AM to 5 PM

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 1,2 & 3 Bedroom

:; More bills than budget? CITY-WIDE TAX SERVICE Apartments From

;. See HFCIf 1949 BLANDING BLVD. (Near San Juan) $138 Mo. Offering

384-1598 maximum of
,.. you've got too many ,bills and too few dollars, a living
apply for a Bill Payer Loan from Household space and privacy

Finance. Pay everything you owe and repay HFC ", in an ideal location
with one payment a month that may be lower than
; your present monthly total. When you need help, .. .quiet/rustic
\ call the specialist at HFC. Like maybe right now? F Roosevelt ORANGE
J: PARK
CAR WASHOPEN
Up to 6OO I Mall FREE-golf at private

It country club
Before you sign on the dotted line, DAILY 8:30 AM 5:30: |>M Club sized swimming pool
you'll know what your loan will cost. with Cabanas pool aide
phones and children's
FREE CAR WASH swimming; pool

Front and
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE rear entrancesWall

WITH/ FILL UP OF 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL to Wall Carpeting;
I' nd Central Heat and Air Condl-
PRODUCTS. CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED tlonl".. Dishwashers.po .
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 ..., range; and oven by
Support the Jacksonville RocketsBuy Q
5 Cedar Hills Shopping Center .'Plenty of closets with crept
ing room closets In
-master
* /.. 3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 Your Season Tickets Now!!! bedroom

i 3050 Beach Blvd.. -Phone: 398-4541 SPRAWAX 50 m MWY', 17, So '
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1 Penman Plaza Shopping Center ...ORANGE matin'**

> 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 Located in Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center 264.2815

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-:I'i' --Mrs.Julia Newman,
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:;' Plans chairman of the station's ? :
Charity Ball >', Navy Relief Society layette
program, announced Mondaythat
there will be volunteer

Jax -- The Jacksonville Officers fair have also been selected and layette sewing program
, Wives Club has com- are as follows: Mrs. L.L. Maioy, March 26.
pleted its plans for the 18th chairman; Mrs. H.R. Tinsley, Mrs. Newman said that
.' Magnolia Charity Ball. decorations: Mrs. W.C. Fore- volunteers.will sew from 10 !
"Silent Flowers" will be the hand, tickets and Mrs. R.B. a.m. until 3 p.m. in the :
, theme for the spring ball to be Bernhardt, prizes. layette room of theNavyRelief -
.: 'held at the Officers Club May 3, Proceeds from the ball will Society in Building 953.
*>'according to an announcement be donated various naval and Volunteers have been askedto
"*, Monday." civilian organizations as in years bring their own sand
;', Chairmen for the annual af- past. wiches. E EI Et



Qualified Babysitter HelpfulIn *




Having A Better Night Out

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,Washington (Family' Editor). children's father's office, the strangers who are taking care of I [
Surprisingly, many parents hirea electric and gas companies if your children. Older youngstersin TJ
babysitter without'';proof of residing in non-militaryhousing. your family who may be tending -
*her competence or good character If you reside in a military brothers and sisters deservethe -
By hiring an unknown housing unit list the telephone same briefing because an un- -
sitter, parents :multiply the numbers of security, and the prepared babysitter may have PRACTICE The "Rolla.Roller", here on the left, was one of
chances that their children might public works emergency trouble real trouble in a crisis.A SP4 Bill Abbott's and Miss Judy Booze's favorite acts. The two
have home accidents. call desk. Other pertinent num- night out can be a great performed in 180 Florida State University circuses before Abbott
,' Try to find a sitter in a family bers include an ambulance and change of pace. But you can entered the Army. On the right, Abbott stays in practice by balancing .
that you know,and like. If hospital.Tell double your party-time pleasureif an M-16 during his off-duty time.STOP'money. _\ M
she's a stranger, insist. on references the sitter what to do in you put your children in the
and check 'them care- case of fire. Stress that the hands of a competent babysitterwho
fully. You might eves try to children should be evacuated immediately is read for any emergency. worries
find someone who has'' taken a if the sitter suspects .
formal course for babysitters.When fire. Calling the fire depart- '
hiring teenagers, look ment comes second, after everyone c c,, 1. .
for signs of maturity, >responsibility is out.Caution. .' '.l't rIpEIQS
and genuine, interest in the sitter never to f: \. J't ....J .. 'ti ,i
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Consider the of )'J '
children.
age let into the house and
lt, strangers ; .,.,. ,
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relation the @ I' "'''' r,'
the sitter in to age to keep the doors locked. If the : 1" ;
;'of 'your child, the time of day babysitter, ,cannot see. who is at ',( ,
'(for night' and'the length of time the door, plan for a coded ring i"+; V" ;. rs
that you will be gone. or knock that you will use when TX'R tItRtJSARIY ...I I"I"I'', .''1 'i',:,
y '
After the sitter arrives, never'hurryawayleavingher home. 1,A .t.h'\ ." '
return '
you : ; '0
: inade- Don't limit your advice, to f :,;, .<: :: ,,;' t i k"

.!quatelY'prepared. Have[ her come J' .
.;7at least 15 minutes before" you .. ;,':
f go out so that she can meet your
; ;. children and runover.last-minute
'{ instructions.
If she is caring for,your children 0
for the first time tour the dta
" house and show her' where to e" GO with the helping hand

,-. find food, phones, bedrooms, '
ii: ,exits and other features of your rte,Ss : \'
Vhome-r Point out hazards, such ,
*':.as T.' children should avoid i and show '
*'the where children
sitter your
f*can play, indoors and outside. If CLAY COUNTY'S Only
5 '. you have a family pettell the sitter -
'fT:::: how to handle it. Completely PLANNED Community .\
i ;; ::You should prepare, :a card
.!(I:listing the address and tele- $12,000-$16,000
f"phone number of the place you a
of Finance Plan Inc.Money
.; will be visiting, the approximate You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your City .
"V/time: that you will be gone, plus convenience 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding ,
full,instructions,on fee il1g,bath- Boulevard' Hwy. #21)) PHONE 264-9579 worries crop'up In just about every family's bud

.11 ing, and' putting' .children. to bed.Point ,'. \ get froJT.:Y el't ) time End money worries out a list Of emergency
.1 loan' frbm 'civlltari
Phone numbers m 'case of fire, CityTinande..,Service and 'personnelenjoy
the prompt service, the friendly way City Finance
tncludngvr
V:.accident, or: illness, ,
numbers of ,the. police;, the doctor j does business. Get your budget in balance again with
'; the fire department, the I the helping hand. of City Finance. Phone ahead and have

. .; ... .: ."- r-- 'le":. .L:1:; the money. .ready for :you ''at your nearest. City. Finance
t < r-4 I I office. .
If LIrt i.i i i .
. t. .. fk.;
: \ DO YO.U : r.'cJi.s'l-f: LOANS$ FROM $25 to $600.: .

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SPENDING YOUR Rt-UP BONUS?
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.0- CALL OUR FINANCIAL PLANNING CONSULTANTS ,
SPE ( .LISTS'IN"MUTU" L FUNDS ""'
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t t Rich Benoit .-;.':':\ There's a City Finance Plan, Inc. office fear you in Jacksonville:
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I Cecil Swordsman....'..' 1Htl1, i ,; : .

(Continued from Page 3)) .

But this Is the day of nuclear touchd by an opponent's blade--
nonproliferation, the claymore to earn 'a pair of gold medals,
mine and karate, and there'isn't for the fourth and fifth. (These
much professional call, for a were match gold and silver
swordsman. So Hintlian mans a medals -- not to be confused with,
typewriter for NAMTRADETS, their Olympian counterparts.)
fences in his spare time and Tampa, St. Petersburg,
travels to matches on leave."I Gainesville, Atlanta and! Miami
missed the 1968 Nationals have felt the weight of his blade.
when I came into the Navy," he Now, he's looking at the big time. C [99 +i.a6 b i'm],,' '.4Y11p yq. .
remembers. "There's a sec- "I've attended five world
tional, then a regional and finallya championship fencing bouts as a
national competiton. I didn't spectator" he says. "I made
fence for a while, and then I cameto the Olympics in Mexico City last
Cecil. I've fenced locally, year. I've been to Montreal, -
but there's not much of it avail- New York City, New Jersey and
able. There once was 'a salle Miami to watch the really good _
here, but it's disbanded." men work. Now, I want to try it TEi
He travels to Gainesville on as a participant."
weekends to fence with University Immediately in mind are the
of Florida swordsmen, and since Martini Rossi Internationals,
November he has fenced five coming up this April in New
matches in the South. He failed York City. Fencers from all
j to place in the first one, but he over the world foregather to test
won a silver medal(second place) the mettle of American blades-
"' for the second and third matches, men.
r; and was undefeated -- and unI After that, "the 1972 Olympicsin
Munich," he says flatly. "Be-
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fore then, the Pan American
.
Games..
Before he packs his swords
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City or Philadelphia for a while.
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I First Invitational Champ Returns and Wins Again I




Locker "" 1 Pilot Overtakes LeaderAfterSfartingSI"

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The NAS Intramural Softball : ,I .',>-- : ... Naval aviator Jerry Foley of Cecil Field played steady golf for

program is in "drastic" need of : 54 holes and turned in a four over par 220 to capture the South-
umpires for the coming season east Military Invitational Golf Championship at NAS Jax Friday.
_
and anyone interested should get Going into Friday's final round Foley was down six shots to front
in touch with the Athletic Officeat ., running Jeff Howell who led the
323$. All candidates for : .
-
umpire
entire tournament after post- terey at the time.
will be given a clinic before ing rounds of 69 73 to start Cecil Field also took top team
the opening game The only with a two under par on the honors, behind the strong play of
prerequisite for getting into the last leg of the tourney. Foley and Howell and the consistent -
clinic is to know the basic me- Howell, a seaman and team play of Pat Grosskopf, Milt
chanics'of Softball baseball as mate of LCdr. Foley, played in Hurst and Pete Henderlite. Cecil
specific ,rules will be explained the same foursome the final day edged out Mayport 923 to 928
in detail during the clinic. Um- and Foley took advantage of Ho- and MacDill AFB of Tampa came
pires will receive.compensation well's double bogey five on the in third at 941.
'for their time and effort according par three 13th and applied the The lax Navy team found! its
to their experience and Re pressure. Until the disastrous13th home course hostile ,to their ..
how they rate after completing Fe Howell had held a four shot games as only Walt Brittle was
';'.:' ,""the umpire clinic. lead over the Skyhawk pilot but able to crack the top ten with a
; Tennis never recovered as Foley kept tie for fifth place. In team score
his shots long and straight to post Jax ended up seventh in the 17
After last week's notice about t&\' and even par 72 as Howell soaredto team field.Through.
the intramural tennis program a 79 and lose the title by one the help of volunteersof
some interest has been stirredup : i ryr stroke. Howell later quipped the NAS Womens Golf As -

but not enough to get the league 1d humorously, "What else could I socation Capt. Harry Fergusonwho
started. Intramural tennis play- mgr do? He's a lieutenant com kept all the scores straight
ers make up the Jax Navy Ten- .t mander and I'm only a seaman," with the assistance of VI Flynn,
nis Team each year and play as the crew cut lieutenant and the overall direction of.Athletic
about six matches with area f ya commander chuckled. Directors Frank McCaffrey
teams and go to the Navy district Tom Barnes of Mayport Naval and George Mullins, the tour -
meet. This year's district Station and Mike Nesbit of Myrtle ney was a success according to
will be at Pensacola in,July followed Pr Beach Air Force Base, S. C., player comments at the awards
by the All Navy in Ala- came in deadlocked at 225 for presentations. All teams ex -
meda, Calif. All station netters, third and Barnes took home the pressed the desire of returningnext
and this includes the gals,should A trophy as he beat Nesbit in a year for the eighth an-
get in touch with the Athletic Office sudden --death playoff. nual classic. <

if interested. That completed a clean sweepof 4 4f
the top three spots for the <<
Navy In the 85 man all ser-
Former Michigan State vice field.
hockey All-American Carl This is the second time LCdr. 1' QUA1U U YOUR
THAT'S 79 ALL RIGHT! Jeff Howell (right) goes over his
Lackey is a member of the Foley has won the tournamentas EXMANGt &
1969 U.S. National team. score card in somewhat disbelief with Walt Brittle after Fri. he walked off with the gold in

,T.. :, day's ,final round in the, NAS Jax military golf tourney. the first invitational meet in COMMISSARYMAxTOWtY
'" 1963. Since then he hasn't beenin mvLIGtS,
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Barnes Mayport 78-73'-74--225 MacDill AFB 941
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Mike Nesbit :' Myrtle Beach 70-77-78--225 Ft. Stewart 942
Dave Holcombe Patrick AFB 80-74-74--228 Albany NAS 943 ------ -
Walt Brittle NAS Jax 767775228Jeff Maxwell AFB 946
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Henderson" MacDill AFB' ; 758173229Wes Jax Navy

Simmons ,J \ M Ft. Stewart ,,' :, : \.' ;, 79-76-74--229 Charleston AFB 949
Dave'Jones J; Pope AFB' J v' 75.7976230 Myrtle Beach AFB 952

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--The U.S.Naval Academy
:baseball and tennis teams are in k
-r1 Jacksonville for 'a' four-day

Y p. "spring training" schedule} ,;that f :1

starts today and runs; ,' .through'Sunday. ;.. ..
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The baseball team; will open
,play against SouthernJlliilois'atWolfson '
Park tonlgh at .airplay
Jacksonville University.:Agan at
:7:30 ''under the lights.**Frtday

jthey, meet Kent State at'JU's WLw'.k
field at noon and then return to
j'Wolfson( Park to play JU at 5.

p.m. Saturday has onlyone game
d
xkk;. scheduled as the Middies'meet t .k
the Dolphins at JU at 10a.ni-,
"Sunday they will! be .a't.:NAS Jax

L" for a'double-header at Mason ..
I. jr Field (behind the enlisted bar
racks) to play Hiram College at
10:30 a.m. and Western Michiganat
1:30.


The tennis team will meet
JU at 2 p.m. today at JU, travelto a-
Boone Park for a 2:30 match
with the Riverside Tennis Club
Friday, and finish their Jackson
SCORE -- Ina long awaited volleyball game bet- -;
ville stand the NAS Jax
at courts
ween VAP 62 and NARTU the NAS gym 'was packed with
rooters from, both sides Thursday as they decided to finallyput against Bolles Saturday 9:30 TOOK ALL THE GOLDLCdr.. Jerry Foley (right) and SN
and the Riverside 'Tennis
.a.m. Jeff Howell display their first place team trophy and Foley's
the best. NARTU jumped out to an
an end to who was Club at 2 p.m. Sunday they will
early lead In the first contest but VAP, -, 62 rallied to win 15- practice at NAS Jax before 'returning championship trophy as they finished first and second indi-
8 and 15 .6 and end all boasting from NARTU until next year. to Annapolis. vidually to lead Cecil Field to the title.


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