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Creation Date: January 8, 1970
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any ,
military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military jjjepartment of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 27 NO. 40 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE/ FLORIDA PftY LIBRARY JANUARY 8, 1970



Reserves Clean," pine, Polfsh-


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w'g .Y For Upcoming Annual InspectionJax


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, -. Officials at the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve Training Unit are
y planning to transform their aircraft hangar into a ceremonial showplace. Naval

Air Reservists in Florida and Southern Georgia are meticulously'cleaning dress-

blue uniforms, shining shoes and polishing brass. Invitations are going out to

1 hundreds of high ranking military officers and civilian dignitaries The occasion.

''ttf E is one of Jacks nville's top military social events of the year .- the annual

military personnel inspection of 1,800 reservists by the senior ranking officer of

the nationwide Naval, Air Reserve Training Command.

HAdm. Howard E. Greer, chiefof
Naval Air Reserve Trainingand unit's aircraft hangar (Bldg. known U. S. ,Navy Band will
tfi commander Naval Air 113)). Invitations are also (Jut to perform during the first inspection
families and guests of the unit's ceremony, and then
Reserve Force, is scheduled to
i conduct the inspection at the active duty and Selected Air entertain at gala receptions at
Naval Air Reserve Training Uniton Reserve personnel. the Officers' and enlisted men's
the the clubs after the
Jan. 18 19. During inspections, ceremony.
I admiral is expected to presenttwo Berton R. Otto
Capt. com-
RAdm. Greer and members of
important command trophiesand manding officer of the Naval Air
his staff arc tentatively
decorate three reservists for
Reserve Training Unit, will
scheduled to arrive in
Vietnam services.
accept the coveted Edwin
Jacksonville Jan. 17. Special instrumental and vocal Francis Conway Memorial
Capt. Cutler (I) and Capt. Grinstead. The admiral assumed his groups of the internationally Trophy and the Chief of Naval

present position and rank Dec. 19. Operations Aviation Safety
Supply Officer Cited During his present tenure, Trophy. The Conway trophy is
RAdm.Greer will administer one awarded annually by the Chief of
For of the largest operating military Naval Air Reserve Training in
Philadelphia DutyJax commands within the continental recognition of the most efficient
United States. The command's 16 of the 16 activities in his com-
Capt. Eugene A. Grin- operations officer at the Naval naval air stations and training mand.
stead Jr., the station's supply Aviation Supply) Office in units train and administer more Military decorations to be
officer, has been decorated with Philadelphia between November. than 30.00Q.reservists,',who'man presented include two Navy
t I the' Legion'hf*MCrlfdforeic,, :") '1965-.and:July of.lai>tyear.? .: "" 132 tactical"squadrons and 148 ,. ., Commendation Medals with ,
ceptional performance< cf duty During that period he was support units. A combat 'V devices, the 'Navy "
while at hisl,! i fet'command.' credited with significantly improving Mere than 600 special guestsare Achievement Medal with combat
He received t the medal for his .the effectiveness of the expected to attend the 1970 JV"' device, and the Air Medal.
service while'planning andCommodores Aviation Supply Office by inspection of the Naval Air Th-e- inspection is Rear Adm.
adapting the Special Material Reserve Training Unit here, -1 I _.. Greer's first official view of the ,I
\ Identification Code (SMIC). The which is to be held inside the officers and enlisted men of \
system currently enables Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve
management of over 400,000 Finance Lists Training Unit.January.
Sea Chanters
aviation items on a weapon-

t JaxShows systems The citation basis.accompanying the Navy Pay DaysThe Dental

medal, and signed by the Chief of
The Commodores and Sea Naval Operations, said: 'With military pay period Sign Up Bogus
Chanters,instrumental and vocal exceptional 'organizational expertise for the first half of calendar
of the U.S. Navy Band, and a comprehensive year 1970 has been an- e Jax The station's Dental t
groups of the Aviation .. ..... has that '
will present a musical salute to knowledge Supply nounced by the Navy i Department announced
Jacksonville and the Naval Air System, Captain Grinstead effectively Finance Officer. Militarypay -ii scheduling of appointments for
Reserve Training Unit (NARTU) directed the planningand days for that period are eligible children whose sponsor'sbirth
during performances here Jan. preparation of Aviation as follows; month is January is con- ..
f 1518. Consolidated Allowance Lists Jan. 8 ((8 days pay) tinuing under the department's
The Commodores, a 30-piece (AVCAL's) for the Fleet. As Jan 22 ((14 days pay) preventive dentistry program for
operations officer, he exhibited Feb. 5 ((13 days pay) W-2 FORMS .. DKf Arthur dependent children. i.
band,and Sea Chanters,a 20-( man
' vocal have entertained outstanding leadership ability in Feb I 19! ((14 days pay) Spencer peers above a mountainous Children of active duty and
presidents group and other dignitaries directing the operation, of five March 5 ((16 days: pay) stack of military W.2 retired military personnel who
f divisions involving March (14 days ) forms for distribution bonafide dependents and ;
in,the United States and abroad. major over l 19! pay prepared are
.', While''' in Jacksonville, the 1,300: ( personnel. April 2 ((13 days pay) January 22. Approximately 15,000 between the ages of six and 23 .:.
)'{ will present concert in Capt. Grinstead, who has been April Mi ((14 days pay) ol these forms are now being will be eligible fer treatment. ;
4A:., ; the groups Civic Auditorium".tape a 30minute the station supply officer since April 30 (1 It days pay) computed at ,the Navy Finance Appointments may be made by v
. \ musical program to be leaving Philadelphia, was May'14 ((14 days pay) Office here. In case you didn't the sponsor or spouse at the ;
i/ televised at 'a future date by presented with the Legion of May 28 14 days pay) know the deadline for filing income Dental Department's ap- <.
Merit H.O. Cutler ((18 days pay) tax Is File desk during normal ;.
WFGA (Channel 12)), and per- by Capt. June 12 April 15. early. pointment
f form for RAdm. Howard E. station commanding officer. June ::10 ((18 days pay) Beat the rush I working hours. {!

i:. Greer,and special guests during
J' sonnel NARTU's inspection.annual. military per- Hurricane Hunters Become 'Snow Seekers' :i.I


.' The concert Performances is open begin to at the 8p.m. Jax The Navy's 'HurricaneHunters' forecasters with the maximum storm gathering valuable in- important data required to more {

public.. on January 15. Free tickets of Weather Recon- amount of' information, the formation on winds, pressure, effectively forecast the effects of ;c
are available at the NAS Special naissance Squadron Four (VW4)are ) Hurricane Hunters for the first moisture and other weather winter storms. Since 1943 the
,f i Services Ticket Office, Bldg 704. taking on a new challengethis time, will become 'Snow Seekers'by parameters at various altitudes.The Hurricane Hunters have
The Navy Band, which has a year in an effort to obtain gathering data in these cold task promises to keep the 22 forewarned millions of the approach -
repertoire of more than 20,000 valuable winter storm information and violent cousins of the tropical man crew of flight, radar, and ferocity of
I for civilian and storm. weather and technical personnel hurricanes.
musical pieces ranging from
1. classics to popular music of military weather forecasters.The This type of flying is, if busy for the eight to twelve hour Flights will be flown at regular ?
f' today, was formed in 1925. New England area and the anything, even more hazardousthan flights. intervals from the Hunters' \
coastal from the penetrating the of a full- The volume and of the
I, President Calvin Coolidge signed regions eye scope home-base here and from other
" a special act of Congress that Carolinas north are plagued each blown hurricane. These winter information radioed to the stations along the eastern I
renamed the (then) Washington winter by crippling snow storms. storms, with wind speeds of 50 to forecasters has never before seaboard "Bermuda.
Navy Yard Band with their These storms sometimes springup 70 knots, also harbor the threat of been available and it is felt that it These operations will not
present title. in a matter of a few short massive ice accumulation on will greatly enhance forecast dictate any major changes in the '
The band began its first annual hours in the ocean area from aircraft which severely affect reliability for the affected coastal weather systems, but a
concert tour throughout the Cape Hatteras{ to Nantucket and flying performance.On and maritime regions.The forewarned public can better
nation in 1925. These tours drop heavy snowfalls on the finding a fledgling storm or forecasters and general prepare itself to minimuze the
became semi-annual and international coastal region.In a full blown 'Nor'easter,' the public will rely on the expertise of hazards and problems created by
in 1948. an effort to provide crews will fly in and about the these Navymen to gather the massive snowfalls. .


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Editorial View Points


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New Year ResolutionTraditionally I'p 4 THE


New Year's Eve is the time for resolutions. And just'
as traditionally, New Year's day is the time for forgetting them. It .
would seem a silly practice making promises to ourselves only to irycz FRONT
break them but perhaps the ritual serves to prove that we know
'there's room for improvement.'

Let us suppose,just for the sake of argument, that this is the year we
decide to begin work on that degree, take out that USAFI course or OFFICEThe
look into educational benefits in general. These are fine resolutions,
each recognizing a need for improvement and each directed at doing
something about it.

This particular new year is perhaps more appropriate than most

for making such pervasive, long-range resolutions. We are, after all,

importance of the in- capabilities. A man who is not out that the ships that were

dividual Navyman, a look at the given the opportunity to perform named for inactivation averagedmore
Navy's accomplishments over meaningfully, develop his than 20 years in age. He

the last decade, and a look into technical ability, and accept said while implementing the
the future were topics discussedby challenge when he clearly has the reductions, he sought fleet
the Navy's top admiral in his capacity to do so, has little in- capability which would fulfill the
last all hands letter in 1969. centive for staying on the Navy Navy's major global com-
team.' mitments without increasing

Adm. Thomas H. Moorer, chiefof Noting that the rules of underway or deployment time for
J Naval Operations, said: leadership and discipline are nor the remaining units.
'During my recent visits to fleet affected by such ideas, the ad- Looking into the Seventies, the
units and bases throughout the miral urged the Navy's officers admiral said he foresees a

world, I have had several opportunities and petty officers to be perceptive somewhat smaller Navy. 'The
to speak to men of all in recognizing ability and smaller Navy, however will be
ranks and rates. A conclusion I in putting the ability to best use. ever more technical than today's,
hV V I have had reinforced by these lie said the Navy approaches a as we move into an era of more
I discussions is the importance of a future of technical and sophisticated technology,' hw

man's early impressions of the operational challenge and that wrote.
Navy and how this can effect his everyone from seaman to ad- Concluding his periodic letterto
attitude toward career service. miral must put forth his best all hands, Admiral Moorer

'Traditionally, the Navy is a effort. Good leadership can get said, 'As history closes the bookson
about to embark upon not just a new year but a new decade. And if the close-knit team marked by the best effort from all men, he 1969, we see the completion ofa
decade past is any guide to the future, education will be of increasing comradeship and mutual respect concluded. year and dacade filled with
importance in the 70s. between officers and their men, Discussing the recently an- change, progress, turbulence and
It has become trite to say 'education is the key to the future yet the and between petty officers and nounced cuts in units and per achievement. The Navy has had
axiom is so true that it warrants repeating. It cannot be said often non-rated people. In achievingthis sonnel, Admiral Moorer pointed its share of each of these. The
enough if only because time and technology make it increasingly teamlike spirit, everyone in a view from where I sit is one

meaningful and increasingly true. leadership role must bear in Local Red Cross distinctly on the positive side
Each individual owes it to himself to keep pace with the tremendous mind that a man's self-respect is with a promising future dhead.'
advances in technology and human goals. This is particularly true of a very important factor in the
those who serve in defense of democracy's birthplace, because overall equation of his morale. Field Director
freedom depends on education. As Thomas Jefferson put it, 'If you For the men whom we hope to
expect a nation to be ignorant and free,you expect what never was and attract and retain in the Navy, SPf
never will be.' self-respect is best sustained ,Alaska Bound IV Inp' VI esCATHOjC'

when a man senses that he is

working toward and accomplishing N
Jax-Mrs.lrene Avera, former
Life's
MysteryBy of im
goals some
American Red Cross hospital
portance.'In field director at the Naval
today's Navy, we enjoy an Naval Air Station
LCdr. Cecil D. Harper Hospital here, has been transferred
ever increasing number of
The mystery of life is very deep, and we cannot fanthom it. It is far young men who possess more to Elmendorf Air Force SUNDAY MASS 9& 11 a.m.
beyond the limits of our comprehension. Yet when we somehow, in our education than ever before. We Base in Anchorage, Alaska, DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
feeble ways, grasp some conception of the power of God and of His owe it to the Navy to give these where she will hold the same Confessions will be held

influence upon our lives, then we feel ourselves lifted above the immediate young people an opportunity to position. Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and
until we are shown the wide horizons of abiding verities.So .employ! .!their talents and Born in Tiraspol a small from 5 to 6 p.m.Naval .
easily our eyes grow too accustomed to man's ugliness and sin, Russian town, Mrs. Avera has
HospitalSUNDAY
and to the world's disorder. How we need to be reminded of the 'lived in the United States since
goodness that is all about us; of the beauty that our eyes have seen in the age of 13, and has been a U. S. MASS 8 a.m.
nature and in human lives; of friendliness that has been visited uponus Traffic citizen she was 21. She will be

love that has sustained us, character that has undergirded us and accompanied in Alaska by her 12- NATTC

of the goodness of God that has been pftient with us. ViolationsThe year-old son, Paul who attended SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
How very much we can hear the cry to re-center our lives around Lake Shore Junior High School. Bldg. 500
faith rather than fear. How great is our need to center our thought not The exact tenture of Mrs. _. ,,--
around our own strength, but around the strength of God, for in Avera's stay in Anchorage is PROTESTANTNaval
comparison we are but weaklings. Only through and with the power of following is a report of unknown at present, but she
God in us are we adequate for the day's work. How truly alone we are motor vehicle accidents and predicts that it will be at least two Hospital

without God, and how useless. And oh, how vain and self-deceived we traffic violations for the period years.
become when we first believe we are sufficient unto ourselves.But Dec. 2329. SUNDAY WORSHIP
before we can know God in his Son, Christ Jesus we must first Number of Accidents Quotable QuotesThose SERVICES 10 a.m.
be honest with ourselves concerning our sins. Where we are swift to This Week 5
Naval Air Station
see the sins of others, may God grant us the vision to see our own, Total accidents this year throughDec. people who have no

honestly to face them, deeply to hate them, courageously to turn from 29 523.Number from trouble the boys separating called the men Sunday
them and His to be delivered from them. of are women.
by grace accidents through -Howard Tamplin in Church School 9 a.m.
.
December 1968 377. Madison Ga., MadisonianIn Junior Church 10 a.m.
I Total number of since last
days the
unprecedented boom of Divine Worship Service
I injury in a motor vehicle accident the last decade it is dishearten 10 a.m. Bldg. 750

! JAX AIR NEWS 215. ing to realize that the two Episcopal Communion 8:30:
Number of Violations greatest "growth industries" in
I This week 36 the United States have been a.m.
Speeding 7 warfare and welfare. Bldg.750
I Reckless Driving 0 -Sydney J. Harris, Publishers Junior Youth Fellowship 5p.m.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper -Hall Syndicate .
Bldg.722
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Going through stop sign 4

I Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Other violations 25 YOUR VOICEMr. Tuesday
Fifteen drivers
private f irm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS appeared Ross Perot, head of the
before the Traffic Boardon
I must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Hearing organization 'UNITED WE Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Dec. 31. of the
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Disposition STAND' is planning a second p.m. Bldg.750
I cases included the following: 5
Items welcomed
are from all sourcesTelephone 772-3118
3119. or I lost driving and parking attempt to reach Hanoi and Thursday
I privileges aboard station for deliver mail to P.O.W.s.
various periods 2 were assignedto YOU are essential to influence Christian Science Service 8 I
Advertisements are solicited by the 'publisher and ;
. queries Hanoi for release of p.m.
: complete an eight-hour coursein
concerning such should be directed to: I I'.O.W.s. and their humane
remedial driving; 1 received
NATTC
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THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY ; suspension;' 8 were given war- treatment. WRITE TO: ,
I
I 4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 nings; 1 was dismissed; 0 were !ROSS PEROT
BOX 100000UAI.LA.() )()() Divine Worship 12 p.m.
Telephone j88-2755" itt fined (U.S. Commissioner); and 0 I
referred to commanding officersfor I nx\S) : Bldg. 500 ,
action. Give Ross Perot tangible
possible disciplinary
VOL. 27 NO. 40 JANUARY 8, 1970 Three drivers assessed proof of the true !spirit of :
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were Evening Worship 6
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A m1'if'; .U4akolatlarxnir' ,,'4 -*" p.m..
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Indebtedness and Cecil MoviesThursda Val ions Receive ward m

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K Jan.
BankruptcyNAV GOODBYE COLUMBUS Four Valions' of Attack and December respectively. The ?
Squadron Fifteen were occasion marked the second such
(COLOR COMEDY DRAMA)
honored at morning quarters, selection for both men.
NEWS..Easy credit and commanding officer who, in turn, Richard Benjamin, All December 15th. AMS3 Joseph H. Satterwhite ;
lack of financial planning can must submit a report of circumstances MacGraw. Jack Klugman. CDR Lawrence C. Chambers, Jr., was cited for his exemplary
lead to ever-increasing Indebtedness to the Chief of Naval Frida'9Jan.!) commanding officer of VA-1S, leadership and contribution
a feeling of Personnel. A PLACE FOR LOVERS presented the Navy Achievement toward TRARON One's (VT-1))
hopelessness and and marital In some cases the security (COLOR DRAMA) Faye Medal to Warrant Officer winning of the Admiral's Cup
discord and untappincss. clearance of personnel who Dunaway Marcello Mastroinni. Michael A. Harwell. W01 Har Efficiency Award while he was
The failure to pay just debts or commence voluntary bankruptcy Saturday III Jan. well earned the award while attached to that command.
repeatedly incurring debts proceedings has been revoked. serving as Air Gunner aboard the
beyond your ability to pay can The fact of filing a petition in MATINEE: HAVING A WILD U.S.S Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) j QEMDIBER,, THOSE
WEEKEND (MUSICAL) Dave
seriously hurt your naval career., bankruptcy is not of necessity a during WestPac operations.
Clark Five
and in aggravated circumstances matter adverse to the party in the A03 Charles C. Critcher and rs
.indebtedness may determination of reliability for EVENING:TONY ROME AQF3 Norman A. Ingalls I WQItE TO
become grounds for disciplinary security clearance. The in (COLOR CRAM) Frank received Tlane! Captain of the
action or administrative debtedness which underlies the Sinatra Jill St. John.SUNDAY Month' awards for November

discharge.In bankruptcy action, however I 11 I Jan.,
desperation, servicemen in might well be evidence of THE COMIC (COLOR i r s.---,--i s r. s rW i /--

this predicament visit a legal unreliability justifying COMEDY) Dick Van Dyke, loilevard
assistance officer asking for help revocation of that clearance. Michelle Lee.FLEET Blaidiii
and advice. In many instances From this you may ascertainthat
they they have questions con if you're one of the many OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONAid
cerning bankruptcy. men who are being driven to the 1l' ,. ;.J. "
The BuPers Manual gives the wall by scores of bonafide Service

answers: 'Bankruptcy is not an creditors, you should utilize the DISCOUNT TO ,4.. ".
easy way out of indebtedness. services of your legal assistance NAVY PERSONNELALL HONEST COURTEOUS SERVICEWe

The Navy neither encourages not officer., And, one final point SIZES.RECAPS.
Aim Headlights/ / /Replace/ Bulb and
discourages the filing of a always check with your legal l
petition in bankruptcy. The assistance! officer before makingany ti $8.88 Windshield/ Wiper/ Blades/
circumstance prompting large purchases( )which may
plua tax bankruptcy proceedings are, cause a strain on your budget. ,
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debts discharged in bankruptcyare
rendered legally un-
collectable, bankruptcy does not SmokersVICEROY
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necessarily relieve a member
from the moral obligation to pay His
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In addition, the servicemanwho 12x60 4 bedroom, raised
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: Job Grading Methods OutlinedFor



;A A3P 1 IN 1 '+ L New Federal Wage! System



Ea 1k' Uy Mrs Mary II.Sc'lby titles are as brief and as broad as .lob Grading Method .. Non-
This is the third in a series of INissihlc.: in line with the nl'l.'lilu supervisory johs arc graded by
1 tJ 1 articles being published regarding distinguish one! occupation from use of a job comparison method
4 s the new Coordinated all others. without points Under this
_f Federal Wage System. This .lob (trading: Standards The method/ jobs are placed in their
article! discusses job grading commission develops and correct grades by comparisonwith
Jax .. The job grading system publishes' job grading standards grade definitions in appropriate
; 3 +' consists of orderly< grouping of which provide criteria for standards Four factors
occupations covered by the assigning grades to jobs. For jobs are used to identify the kind
1' 1. system, a grade framework to not covered by published: standards of job information to he con
establish the basic peg points of grades are! determined by sidered.'I'hese factors arc: Skill
the grading system, job grading comparison with standards for and: knowledge, responsibility,
standards to provide! criteria for related occupations. (:Trade physical effort and working
determining the relative worth of definitions in the standards. indicate conditions.In .
jobs in terms of grades, and a job the! key characteristicswhich all cases, ti determination is
grading method to assure consistency distinguish diHl'renllevcls made as to the most appropriate
in applying job stan of>l work within an occupation grade, overall, of the total job.
dards. Grade: levels are described in Any one factor is not considered
Occupations! Grouping The terms of the particular oc-) hy itsell. Leaders are covered bya
Civil Service Commission ('upal ions covered by the standard separate grading plan. These
establishes and defines individual Standards do not try to jobs are graded taking into
occupations. Generally, describe every work assignment consideration the kinds and
each occupation includes all ol each position in the occupation levels of work involved. Supervisory .
RETIRES .. William R. King levels of nonsupervisory work, covered.( One) of the! more obvious jobs are also covered l by a
accepts a certificate of the inspector, and the super benefits of the! new system is that sep.iraie grading plan. The
.RETIRING, ? retirement from Capt. R.T. visory jobs. The l boundaries of an application of the same standardby proper supervisory grade is
Hardy,public works officer. King occupal ion are determined by the all agencies will result in the determined by considering the
BEING ,RELEASED? has served in civil I service for 27 set of basic skills and knowledges assignment of the same title, the volume, kinds and levels of work
S.G.L.J CONVERSION years and is retiring from the required to do the work. The same grade, and consequentlythe involved, and the nature ofsupervision
HOSPITALIZATION ROICC Office as a construction. commission provides guides for same pay for similar jobs I exercised..lob .
representative.Money uniform application of titles. Job within an area. Grading: Appeals .. Under
COMPLETE
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AND
I the new system, a wage employee
HEALTH PLANS oftCf YOUR arcp
Mt1f may appeal! at any lime
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Lrmcn.r. I ,d 'assigned his job. The employee

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4077 Woodcock Dr. Suite 230 U. S. Civil Service Com An added step at this stage appeal. After the agency has
Call 724-7054_ _e'/MM' ONLY mission i is revising its Displaced l would be to code employees' issued a decision, the employeemay
..M1\4OI\110 AIIt iw(5 Kmployec: Program to provide applications to show up to five further appeal ,to the Civil
faster and more effective service occupational areas representing Service; Commission within 15
to employees in need of their highest skills. Subsequent calendar days. The commission
placement assistance. employee referrals would be will notify the employee and the
Principal features of the made on the basis of this in- agency of its division in writing.
revised program arc as follows: formation. This decision is final and an
Priority certification and employee has no< further right to
circulation of employment briefs As now, the Commission ;appeal.Baseball.
would be discontinued. Instead, neither certify from a register of
all displaced l employees would be eligibles nor authorize ap is almost the only
accorded priority referral I pointment outside the register to place in life where a sacrifice
benefits.'Priority. fill a position for which a is really appreciated.Mark .
referral, as now, displaced employee is eligibleand Beltaire in Detroit
would involve the referral of a available for for priority Free Press
displaced employee ahead of referral. In addition, agencies ,....--r---wNO.,
eligibles on regular registers to would sl ill be required separate ,. .
fill a vacancy or to displace a Group: ( employees, other than .: f:: .
Group III employee at or below 'status quo' employees, if this ,rA :\\\ .,
the displaced employee's former step is necessary to establish IIA' I ::\ t ii:' II

grade. Employees would be suitable vacancies for displ.tclodl'mploYl'CS. \\', ,r.
\"\\\':'\,', \\\'; IirMOTORS
Isn'tscarce referred in subgroup order, thus
assuring every career employeeof The coverage of the program :
continued priority in con would include as before career rt*tUA tt
at HFCFinding sideralion. and career conditional employees II .
Agencies would still have displaced by reduction in I P-L-E-N-T-Y I
to have a positive program to force or because of their inability | Used VW's I
it hard to borrow See us. We'll be happy place their own displaced employees. to accept assignment to another ', Reasonable I

to make you a loan for paying bills. .. buying a car They would also continue commuting area, and Group: II or ::1 GAS :
furnishing or fixing up your home or any to perform initial III employees with competitive
,
processing of their employees' status who I i
are s-IiJJicJLll-s!
other similarly
good For
reason. a prompt loan on terms applications for benefits under displaced from
your budget can handle, borrow with confidencefrom the Commission's program. positions. excepted I STATE INSPECTED CARS:

HFC. I 165 VW Sedan. .
'- . $790
I R&H. I

.. ...................... .. ..... .... I MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE 165 ENG. FORD $590 II
I
I 30,000 Miles, Extra
Borrow up to 6oo All Ranks All AgesLOW I Clean I
163 VW I
Sedan
......... .. .......... ............ .. I' $440 1
RATES Dark Green, R&H.
160 VW Sunroof. . $290 i
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE ,I Red, R&H.
EASY MONTHLYPAYMENTS 159 VW Sedan. . $290 I
I Red, R&H. I

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 3559683Cedar 159 ENG. FORD. $220 I
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Hills Shopping Center I Bvy. -Sell-FiNOitce I
3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 CONTINENTAL INSURANCE I I

3050 Beach 8Ivd.- hon.: 398-4541 UNDERWRITERS INC. 6566: Normandy:

I Boulevard I
Penman Plaza Shopping Center 0 h"'rh' "I''ell/IIIII/'It! / IIISlIr""a) I

1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 6479 Roosevelt Blvd 388 7676 781-4978 !

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I CIVIL SERVICE NEWS i





I Applications- Being Accepted


t
Under Merit Promotion ProgramJax ri $ .4a


-
Merit promotion opportunities Management Technician, GS-5, Aircraft Examiner (Aircraft
currently open for 139-69 Teletypist GS-5, 140-69 Electrician), 158-69 Wetter, 159-
receipt of applications are listed MechanicGeneral( ), 143-69 Air- 69 Aircraft Examiner (Airframes
below. craft Painting Worker, 145-69 Mechanic), 160-69 Supervisory
Applications for the positions Electrician, 146-69 Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-5, 161-69 Cash 'T i tl
shown in the following group will Supply Clerk GS-4 147-69 Clerk GS-4, 162-69 Supply Clerk
be accepted from career or Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, 165-69 Inspector (Household
career-conditional employees of (Typing) GS-5, 149.69 Super- Goods Shipment), 166-69 .
the air station, Naval Air Rework visory Military Personnel Clerk
J Facility, Naval Air Reserve (Typing) GS-5. Engineman (Locomotive. ), 167-69
Training Unit, Fleet Air Also, 152-69 Aircraft Engine Supply Data Assistant GS-6,168-
GOOD IDEA William A. Hallmark of NARF's 434
Shop came
Clerk GS-5 169-69 up
Jacksonville, Fleet Airborne Mechanic, 153-69 Airframes 69 Supervisory ,
with a beneficial suggestion that earned him $500, saved the Navy
Mechanic 170.69Clerk
Arts ,
Electronics Training Unit Mechanic, 154-69 Computer Graphic
Plant money,and kept a back log of work from piling up at the facility. He
GS-5, 171-69 Power
Atlantic Det. Jax, Fleet In- Operator GS-4,155-69 Instrument
received the check from Capt. D. H. Heile for his suggestion on
telligence Center Europe, Mechanic (Electronic), 156-69 Controlman, 182-69 Inspector
grinding 'spacers and bushings to meet engineering requirements,
Commissary Stores, Naval Urcraft Metals Worker, 157-69 (Metals) A.
Instead of buying new spacers.
Hospital, Navy Recruiting
Station, Regional Storage
Management Office, Disease
Vector Control Center, Fleet ,
Weather Facility, Defense
Surplus Sales Office and the
Navy Financy Office, at any )
time.
MPB No. 7969 Electronics
Mechanic, 80-69 Aircraft Elec-
tronics Worker, 81-69 Accounts
Maintenance Clerk GS-4, 82-69
Planner and Estimator (Public \
Works Structures), 83-69 Aircraft
Instrument Mechanic, 84-69
Aircraft Instrument Worker, 85-
69 Aircraft Electrician, 86-69 1 I ,
Clerk (Stenography) GS-3 and 4, .
87-69 Clerk (Typist) GS-2,3 and 4. \I L ) /r \
Also, 88-69 Electronics \) I
Mechanic (Aircraft Systems), 89-' .
Electronics Mechanic
69
(Maintenance), 90-69 Machinist,
9H>9 Aircraft Electrical Worker, Clay County SCHOOLS Serving BELLAIR
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929; Planner'. and Estimator W
(Public Works Electrical
'Systems)', 93-69 Industrial 71fl&1
Tractor'' ''Operator, 94-69 Apprentice t, i # J' 1wrJ\
(.First Year), Statistical :; :. MODERN
Assistant GS-5, 97-69 Accounting .. .... .;.\t' Technician GS-4, 101-69 Aircraft "
Metalsmith, 102-69 Automotive PROGRESSIVE
Mechanic (Body and Fender).
Also, 103.69 Clerk-Dictating
Machine Transcriber GS-4,105-69 FULLYACCREDITED
Secretary (Steno) GS-5, Card
Punch Operator GS-2 and 3, 108-
69 Messenger GS-2 and 3, 110-69 !
Production Controller GS-7, 111-

69(Sheetmetal Planner Worker and Estimator), 112-69 ORANGE PARK JR.-SR. HIGH 1'-1'1111I1 11111 III 1111I 11I11I111111111111

Electric Accounting Machine I
Operator GS-3 114-69 Pipe MAYPORTNS
coverer and Insulator, 115-69
Plasterer, 117-69 Sheetmetal .
'
Worker, 118-69 Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning Mechanic, 119- p DOWNTOWN/
(69) Military Personnel Clerk GS-4,
120-69( Electric Accounting :
Machine Supervisor GS-5, 121-69 ...
Boiler Tender, 122-69 Plumber, \i
124-69; Assistant Meat Cutter, 125- :;; '"
(69 Attendant.Laborer Cleaner, 126-69 Mess V0'1 103rd//. o

Also, 128-69 Secretary (Steno)
GS-4; 129-69(, Aircraft Instrument
Mechanic (Electronic), 130-69 NAS JAXJ
Automotive Equipment Ser- W. E. CHERRY ELEMENTARY tnn R
viceman, 131-69, Clerk GS-2 and 3, Bs -
132-69; Computer Operator GS-5, Elemcntarl --.4 1.195Jr.
133-69 Stockman, 136-69 Data
Communications Equipment
Operator GS-4, 13769eJ4S /

120th St. ; PARK



Glass
NNNNNINMNIMNNNNIININN. $14,500-$16,500

Clenars ft Lmdry a ; 'F<< Clay County's Only Completely PLANNED COMMUNITY!

Washers. w BELL.A.IEI.HOME :: :: .

5C Dryerss( .) STRYAN! JENNINGS ELEMENTARY BUILDERS: : : JNC.:

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HOURS: 8:30-8:30: \
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I A Look Into Christmas Past Thr ough Joy of Givingfrom I


Jax As we enter into a new during the Christmas holidays. launching into a new year and the Juvenile Shelter on a evidence throughout the
year,it might be good for us all to Throughout 1970,it would makeus decade, let us stop to reflect on shoppping trip for new shoes. holidays. In 1970 and in the yearsto
I remember the cheerful and all better to continue with the the worthwhile work many come may we always be able to
humble thoughts we all entertained same spirit that we displayedover Navymen carried in the final The Christmas Spirit and the share this joy with our
two short weeks ago the holiday season. Before weeks of 1969. joy of giving were very much in fellowman.
Parties for children, especially F
> children away from a normal
home life in shelters, or those
from underpriviledged homes
were touched by the holiday
spirit of Jacksonville Navymenover
the holidays.

Chief Petty officers assigned to
r the Pinecastle Electronic
Watfare Range treated 16 Lake
County children to a day's ac
tivities at the complex. The
children were all from Lake
County homes and were'
recommended to take part in the
program by the county welfare
office. The kids got to ride on the
range's tanks, see Navy aircraft
h xr L_. tt -
flying a low pass over the com \ '
plex and ride on a fire engine. :
They were also treated to dinner
and the CPO's bought a new pairof
,shoes for each ofthe childrento
conclude'the day's activities
over the holiday period ac
cording to LCdr. W. J. Fordham, COMMANDER,FAW-11 CAPT: D. W. HERLONG, presents one of
who is in charge of the warfare two sewing machines to Alexander Cottrell and Mrs. Jessie Tomkfns,
range. director and assistant director, respectively, of the Campus Towers
The employees of the Station's Apartments for senior citizens Capt; Herlong was was given a tour of
Civilian Personnel Departmentvoted the apartments and the staff of FAW-11 donated and decorated a tree
to donate to needy familiesthis for the residents.
year instead of exchanginggifts. .
The money and gifts were
turned over to the NAS i' ''
Chaplain's Office for distribution.:
The monetary donations went to
the' Navy-Campfire Girls
TRAGEDY AND COMEDY-That's the general idea you might get Christmas Sharing Fund, and the
from the little girls Santa is holding at Fleet Air Wing ll's Christmas gifts were given to foster childrenof
Party.The little girl on the right soon was joined by her sister's smiles the area
when the Wing presented cartoons and treats for their pleasure. The Christmas Sharing Drive,
'co-sponsored by the Navy and ya
Campfire Girls of Jacksonville,


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iiww HOUSE MARSHALL ACRES ;he3
9359103rd St.
OPEN DAILY. 11 A.M.?P.M.FII.AND SAT:TIL 10 P.M. Jacksonville's newest &

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U$. Choice Cut community Is now open for $ ,s

Sirloin Steak NO fROZEN BEEF USED your 44x75' lotiONLY inspection. Large

All Beef Cut On 7
With Baked Potato $35 PER MO. 7
Assorted Roll Premises From Swimming pOOl, tennis
$ ,court, 'shuffleboard court
U.S.D.A. Choice
1.59 B-B-Q pit, picnic tables
built for your enjoyment. r

WE ARE NOW JACKSONVILLE'S MOST SUCCESSFUL Act Today!

FAMILY STEAK HOUSE. THANK YOU, EL Mr.VERANOMOTORCOURT F.S.Martin,Manager HAPPINESS IS a little red wagon with another present from Santa
(lITtI rNmucIAmIRr' UUUJ7ndt.czn,. in it. In this case,the Santa happened to be the members of the CPO
396.2924 Advisory Group with help from the CPO Wives Club. The kids did see
For Full Details the real Santa,though,as he arrived at the CPO Club via NATTC fire
truck.

and spearheaded here on the air
station by Chaplain George
A"L1CATIOlfS Sheldon, came through with 200
B OARD f baskets of ,food for needy area
NO W ACCEPTING OF iJit'lfAT'OlfO"d ; families in this fourth con-
secutive year for the drive. The
workers also distributed 216
I I S / turkey and food certificates.'
'L 2 CRED The Navy Wives Club of
America Jax No. 86 pooled their
,1', COMMITTEE efforts and escorted children


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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER



I NA TTC Behind' the Scenes Due Navy-Wide Sooner Exam



n Quietly and without month. Lt. E.F. Bollenburg II, I Than You ThinkThe
ceremonies that's the way WO phase officer at AO'A' School will I
'BIT' Beatty retired last week report to Pinecastlc Electronic 3a schedules for the February
after twenty years of service. Warfare Range at Astor, Fla. 1970 Navy-wide examinations for
WO Beatty reported to NATTCin Another AO School officer, WO advancement in rate have been
1966 from VA-212 for duty as J.A. Rowe, was transferred to announced and there has been a
phase officer at AO School. CNABATRA, Pensacola.Lt. change made to the advancementdate.
Previously he was stationed at D.F. Walsh, AE phase of- .
.NATTC in 1957, to attend AO'B' ficer, who is also the Jaxon All requirements, practical
School and again in 1964 as an 'A' Lancers' Drill Team officer, is factors and recommendationsmust
School instructor He received his staying here in Jax to report to 0 be in to your Educational
promotion to WO in 1966. VP-5. Services Office by Jan. 15 to be
During his career he was WO A.D. Haynes'of AE Schoolis eligible for the exams. The only
awarded the Air Medal, the also headed for CNABATRA at "' waiver given for this test will be
Distinguished Flying Cross, the P.ensacola, and WO W.E. Sterns, to E-3's taking the third class
China Service Medal, and the also of AE School, is enroute to petty offic r's test.
Korean Service Medal.) NAS, Glynco, Ga. r4 The list schedules will be
Mr. Beatty and his wife followed by NAS and its tenant

Gaynelle, have two children, There were replacements, : y ,. % commands: E-4 examinationswill
Michael and Susan. however. Taking Beatty's placeis be administered on Feb. 3.E-
Even though Mr. Beatty will no Lt. Joseph T. Smith. Smith 5 on Feb. 5,E-6 test on Feb. 10, E-
longer be attached to NATTC, the comes from the ComFairWing 10 7 on Feb. 12,with the E-8 and E-9
Beatty family will still be staff, Moffett Field, Calif. tests being administered on Feb.
represented here as Gaynelle is 17
currently employed in the Advancement from the
Educational Service Office. Taking over the vacancies in SCHOOL PLANS AHEAD When AZ1 Everett L. Cowart shippedover February exams will begin on
In additionto the loss caused by the AE School are WO D.M. Stahl with LCdr. J.R.. Beddard administering the oath, school was in May 1 rather than April 16. The
the retirement, five NATTC from Cecil Field; CWO W. Fitz- the future for the eight-year veteran. Cowart, attached to AOMD's first 6f the month advancementdate
officers were transferred last patrick from VP-26, Brunswick, Maintenance Control Division,Analysis Branch,will receive orders to will be observed beginning
Maine; and CWO J.N. Sutton Data Analysis! School in Memphis,Tenn.during late 1970. with the February exams.
from VF-33, NAS Oceana. To our
new arrivals, welcome aboard!
Incidentally, Snoopy remindedus
to tell everyone 'Bye', and
'Happy 1970!' WHILE THEY LAST


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WASHINGTON (Family their employment must use these surance plans held under the
wm 4i'I Editor)... The application of benefits before CIIAMPUS Federal Employees Health i
t 'other insurance' relative to benefits are available. Benefits Program. ;
CIIAMPUS payments continuesto Thereafter, CHAMPUS will SOCIAL SECURITY
be the source of many pay the remaining charges, HOSPITAL INSURANCE t,
questions and complaints.In provided they do not exceed the Retired members and their !
this regard, the following amount which CHAMPUS would dependents who become entitledto t
information is offered as have paid had there been no other hospital insurance benefits
guidance for dependents and insurance.It under the Social Security Health t
their sponsors. should be understood that in Insurance Program on at-
PRIVATE HEALTH IN- processing claims under tainment of age 65, lose their
SURANCE which results from CHAMPUS, payments by this eligibility for CHAMPUS
direct negotuations between the type of insurance must be con- benefits. This applies whether or
insured the the insurer may be sidered, whether such paymentsare not they are enrolled in the Social
used to the best advantage of the made to the beneficiary or to Security Medicare Program.
9 insured. the source of care.EXCLUSIONAHY. This also applies to dependents of
CHAMPUS will not duplicate CLAUSES deceased personnel.

Sevtnty-flve 'VaHe*' children attended Attack Squadron FIF-- payments made to a source of prohibit payment of benefits if However, when such in-
TEEN's Christmas party on Saturday December 13th. The youngsters care by another insurance plan. the beneficiary is covered by any dividuals have been denied entitlement -
gathered around the Christmas tree for stories, watched movies, and Payments by so-called income Federal program. to hospital benefits
greeted the arrival of Santa Claus with great delight. Escorted by protection plans and other This clause is found in some under Social Security on attainment
'Prancer''Dancer',two of the squadron's A-7B, Santa, played by similar plans which are made insurance plans held by retired of age 65, they continueto
ATI William F.Garrett,hopped from his red fire with a parachute bag directly to the beneficiary rather personnel, their dependents and be eligible for CHAMPUS
full of goodies. Each child had an opportunity to confide his wishes in than to the source of care are not the dependents of deceased benefits.
Santa,and then all were treated to cookies and punch. considered in determining the personnel.Such .
amount CHAMPUS will'pay on a exclusionary clauses are The burden of proof that Social
claim. considered to be in direct conflict Security hospital benefits have
INSURANCE PROVIDED BY with the provisions of the law been. denied rests with the
CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUPAfter LAW OR THROUGH EM (Public Law 89-614)), which beneficiary.Proof .
PLOYMENT. The law requiresthat require payments by such plans of denial is usually ob-
retired personnel and their before any payments may be tained by the indivudual sub-
dependents and dependents of made by CHAMPUS. mitting a written application for
being idle for almost a 21st, both leagues are being deceased personnel who have Thus, under the law, CHAM- hospital benefits to the Social
month, due to holiday leave reorganized and new schedules other health insurance benefits PUS is a 'last-pay' plan in such Security Administration and
periods, the Cecil Field Intramural promulgated, issue will be as provided by law or through cases. receiving in return a notice of
Sports program will get soon as all make up match's are There is one exception: ((1)) If denial or entitlement.
going again on Monday January completed. VA-37 '0' and AMD start on January 26 and the the exclusionary clause was The notice of denial may then
12. The second half of backetball '0'are neck and neck in the Gold meeting at 1000 at the station contained in the other plan priorto be used to obtain an identificationcard
wilt] start on this date at 1600 in League with VA-87 'E' winningthe gym on January 19. In order to Oct. 1, 1966, and ((2)) if the which shows no restriction
the station gym. With the loss of Blue League. The addition of bring the intramural program in beneficiary was actually enrolledin with respect to CHAMPUS
VA-12 and VA-172 and the addition VA-83'E', VA-83 '?0' and VA-81 to line with the Navy Sports' the ,other plan prior to that payments.
of VA-81 and VA-83. Both brings the number of entries to 18 Programs, Volleyball will now be date, then CHAMPUS becomes in
leagues will remain the same. and will probably result in two held in February, March, effect a 'first-pay' plan. A copy of the notice of denial
The new additions boast of strong leagues of nine each. beginning in 1970.Organizational. If these conditions are not met, should accompany the first
teams and are gunning for un- COMING UP. Intramural meeting for CHAMPUS continues to be a claims submitted to each ficscal
defeated VA-37, winner of the Skeet will start on February 16th Volleyball will be held at 1000 on 'last-pay' plan. This exception is agent after establishment of
first half of the American with the organizational meetingto February 2 at the station gym. not applicable to health in- eligibility.
League be held on February" 9th at
Golf '" The Golf Leagues are 1000, at the station gum. Jan. 12 VA-t7: vs VA-72 ABANDONEDMOBILE 1
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HOSPITAL: THE TROUBLE

HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Movie WITH (HItLS'SllNDA

Publisher : CALL 388- 2755
V,JANUARY 11

ScheduleMovies NAS: 'HOUSE OF CARDS' -
JAX AIR NEWS : Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday
Color draraa starring George
NASJacksonvflle for publication the following Thursday. Ads Peppard and Inger Stevens and

AFTERBURNER r arriving too late for this deadline will be will be shown nightly at Orsen Welles. G-VG ((105 mins).

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : published the following week unless the the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. HOSPITAL: 'ONE MILLION'

publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or There will also be a kiddie YEARS B.C.'

r money order for the full cost of the ad must be matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a

received WITH the copy for the ad. regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand MONDAYJANUARY 1 12

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE! Minimum charge ((3 lines) $1.00 holidays. NAS: .'WILD WHEELS' Color

Jacksonville, Florida The Hospital Theater will have action starring Don Peppersonand

Per additional I line ((4 words per line) S0.50 one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Robert Dix. R-G ((81 mins((.

Field will have two nightly shows HOSPITAL: 'HOUSE OF

during the week at 5:30: and 8 CARDS'

p.m. Matinees will be shown on
:':::": 'd';:: '" : < ::':(::::'::>::- ::' CHRISTMAS LAWAY LOTS FOR SALE weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. TUESDAY' ,JANUARY 13:
I M::::',;: EM" ....O!Moo.E'd T. !w:! :! LEFT UNCLAIMED Wesconnett Blvd., at Timuquana Rd. NAS: COLOR ME DEAD' Color
Singer automatic zig zag sewing Ideal l for House or Trailer. Approx. '
machine In beautiful walnut console. 88x113( ft. $1500. 771.7983.HIDDEN suspense' drama starring Tom
Customers left area, pay layaway THURSDAY.JANUARY K Tryon, Caroline Jones and Mick
SUPERVISOR WANTED FOR balance $78 cash or $9 per month. NAS: 'TilE COMIC' Color G mins)
Jason. lt- ((97 .
FLA. PEACH ORCHARD Phone 353.1946 day or night. Ask for comedy starring Dick Van Dyke
& PACKINGHOUSE WATERS HOSPITAL: 'WILD WHEELS'WmNESI
Credit Manager. Will deliver,
no
and Michelle Lee. M-VG ((95
Mechanically minded,type to handle obligation. 1606 Main St. Dealer. Acres of high,dry wooded home sites.
repair work in packing house as wellas Permanent vacation, retirement. mins). >JANUARY 14 ,
to handle upkeep or orchards in Waterfront & water access. Sensible HOSPITAL: 'TONY ROME' -
Florida's 'new Peach industry. Home prices, low taxes, terms. Blanding Color drama Frank NAS: SOME KIND OF NUT', -
1 LONG
WEDDING GOWN starring
furnished. Attractive salary plus Blvd., 220 B, Rt. 220, left 709 two Color comedy starring Dick Van
Size 9, Never worn. Make offer. 384- .
Sinatra and Jill St. John. M-VG
profit sharing stock options. Kindly 2620 after 9.BEING. miles. La Rue's 7253992. Dyke, Angie Dickinson and ,
write to 4747 San Juan Ave., Box C, ((109( mins). Rosemary Forsythe. M-VG ((89
and tell us of your background. No
previous orchard manager experience. DISCHARGED FIUDAY.JANUARY!) mins) .
necessary. ? {%fllt" HOSPITAL: 'COLOR ME DEAD'
Have job lined up before you get out NAS: THE' TROUBLE WITH[
Save on high employ fees. Prof. GIRLS' Color musical starring'
NEED EXTRA MONEY resume composed and employer FOR RENT Elvis Presley and Sheree North. WASTE COSTS Mow-
Ladles wanted for part or full time mailing lists turn also for service
Large private trailer lot, city water, V-VG ((97 mins).
Calf
work can make minimum of $4.oo-Hr. wives seeking work. Mr. Peterson '
'355.3606. and sewer, convenient to bases. Call HOSPITAL: THE COMIC'SATUltOAYJANUAltV NE SAti'
Must be ambitious. Call 387-2788 for
771-2144
Interview. *

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AX)(
MILLION YEARS
NAS: 'ONE '
SERVICE WIVES POSTAGE STAMP BUSINESSOver B.C.' .. Color melodrama 9@IAFMK
1,080 catalog value. World wide ORANGE PARK
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS
Jobfinders 1372 Cassat, 387.5626 or varieties, many high 'values. Also 2 BR., Apts., (turn or unfurn. Dish starring Raquel Welch and John
1022 Park Street. 354.7888DEPENDABLE supplies, wholesale sources, etc., too washer, Carpets, Drapes. ,Elizabeth Richardson. G-VG ((91 mins).
much to mention here. Yours for only Apts. 264 2815.
$250. 264 2688.

OPEN SUNDAY

WOMAN 2BR.FURN.HOUSE8456NewYorkAve.
Needed for Babysitting & light 'Il: mile rear NAS
housekeeping Monday thru Friday. gate off Collins Rd. Floor furnace, A C
Own transportation 2646210. unit, water softener Adults only. $100
WANTED USED.T.Vs per mo. Perm. res. pref 388.9886,
Radios, & Phonos to sell ,on con-
signment. Venetia T.V. Service. 5418
NEW BANK 'umuquana 772-9911. Open evenings 4 3 BR., 2 BATH
9. Brick Home, Kitchen, Den with 100 GUARANTEE
5 Points Guaranty Bank is now ascepting
fireplace, separate dining room,
applications for Feb. opening.If living room, foyer, cent air & heat,
interested and have bank* ex fenced yard, double( garage, 264 4014. We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In.
perience please call Mr. Graham'or spection. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced
Mrs. Feagin. 3841541.MISCFLLANEOUS. IMPORTER OVERSTOCKEDWith 1105 Elm Sf.FOR. everything that needed It. And guaranteed them 100 per cent

..(.' "' .. t,,;.,' wooden ware,nativity sets, etc. for the repair or replacement of all major mechanical parts for
Buy now at wholesale prices, much at RENT BELLAIR 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and double check.:

cost 264 2688. Orange Park, House Unfurn. 3 BR., ENGINE TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE'FRONT AXLE
;
:t:' ; J ;1Wir
" : ," 1'j: Bath, Built.in stove, 'carport, ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
utility room,Washer & Dryer hook up. h r
$125. 2646035.2BR. .
';;:ml; it J )4 :iiNkMOBilE : 61 VW SUNROOF $700

DO YOU WANT TO BE Heater, New Paint.
A DISC JOCKEY? ., APART. FURN.
For information dial 3568351. Orange Park, 5 mins. to NAS. All 62 VW SEDAN $895
LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea electric TV & linens &. etc. optional.Will Radio-H..ter
( Mobile Home Park) '/. Mile rent to TAD or bachelors 2646884. 64 VW SEDAN
$995
FOR SALE North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near
Live crabs and fresh fish. Wilford. Fish schools and shopping center. Clean, Radio H...,.

Camp..2649707. and premises.reasonable Children rates.and pets Manager welcome.x>n : 64 VW '1500' SEDAN $1095

6301 Roosevelt 3899226. I 3-Door. Radio & Ht.r.

65 VW SEDAN $1150

HELM OVERSTOCKED 1WSUZIKIX-6 Radio at H.atr.
Sewing machines, Zig Zags $24.50. Hustler 250cc Scrambler 6 spds.
Straight sew $14.50. Singer Golden JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Towing bar & helmet $450. Contact 66 VW SEDAN; 4 $1250
Sew $39. Singer Golden Touch & Sew 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS clean modern Mark Eagerton, Ph. 7719372. Radio a> Heater.

$48. Several consoles, $14. Electrolux trailer and Apts. 3893007. 66 VW Fast Back $1495Radio .
'
vacuum cleaner, $14.50. Stereo con
sole model $69. All guaranteed. Cashor FOR SALE 61 Heater
AmeriCard welcome. 1966 VW Sedan, Excellent Condition. : ,
terms. Bank $1400Radio
Come see or call. Open 8 to 8 daily, 1 to 1964 FLAIR HOUSE TRAILER $1050. Call Mr. Velez. 772.3067 (Day) 67 VW SEDAN
6 Sunday. 10x56, awning & shed, AC with new ft Heater.
RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER heater. $2600 cash. 781.4980. Can be
6437 Wilson Blvd. 771-5021 seen at Norton's Mo. Home Park, 69HONDA SUPER 90, 68 VW SEDAN $1<00
Chaffee Rd. Mr. Miller. Blue, Outside Cover & Helmet. $325.
Call 772-9262 after 6.AUTOMOBILES.

68 VW Fast Back $1995
OIL HEATERS
Cleaned and Serviced. Central Units, [i ill."! tT.TW; ifti.BEAUTIFUL and West Coast FURNISHEDEast 3533691. 8pd., Air.
Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur :
naces. Tylers Heating and Air Con 69 VW SEDAN $1800Radio
ditioning. Lake Shore 4711 Palmer ,
Ave. 388 5161. W7SIMCA4DR.Economy Heater.

transportation.Call 389.5234 68 MUSTANG $1S95
p.m. or weekend. ,
GROVE PARK HOMES 2-Door Hardtop. V-8, Auto tr...., R&H.
GEORGE'S KENNELS Near Jax NAS Immediate oc
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand cupancy. 3 BR, 2 B, family room, all 66 VW Station Wagon $1595
1925, Poodle and $21,600up. 1961 VW BUS .
delivery Est. brick, city water sewage D luM
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 VA or FHA. 1969 GE Refrigerator, Freezer, both
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and Paul C. Armstrong, Real Estate'' like new. Call after 5 p.m. 7863208. 65 FALCON $895

Edgewood) 389 0064 1120 Hwy. 17,Orange Park. >Doe.. We Auto Trani., Air Con
Day-264-Mrs.9591 .Raines Night 264-6631 84 RAMBLER $700Auto.

I ft L Personnel, Inc.. Trans., Ra.o, Heater ..
NEW RCA AND ZENITH
STEREOS 253 Atlantic Blvd.
Consoles some with AM.FM tape Atlantic Beach. Fla.
players. At dealer's cost to liquidate OAK HILL PARK NAVY WIVES AND
stock. Full warranty! Ph. 7710409. Assume 5'/4 per cent G.I. Loan, 3 BR., OFF DUTY PERSONNELSee
2 B., dishwasher, built-In stove big
screened porch, carport close to Us-For WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
school, nice wooded lot. 7717268. Commercial Professional
UNIFORMS.GREENSA Clerical, Baby Sitting,
Khakis. Size 38 Reg. Waist 32. $15 Convalescent Service
each. CWO Bourn. 387.2569 or 772.2926.
Job PlacementWE INC.
HAVE A 'ROUND THE ,
FOR RENTOR SALE CLOCK BABY SITTING AND

FOR SALE House and Apts. 'Equity VA & FHA CONVALESCENT SERVICE 7 1150 Lore Ave., So. MOM 781-5511
DAYS A WEEK.
Break resales. Low down. Call Powell or '
3 Table
front piece, Buffet dining, room Walnut set.finish. 3 piece MillS. USN Ret. 24.4 U11. PHONES 246-6474 246-674 Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to S.Sunday J to 4 PM
Sect. sofa. Call L.E. Breeding.'264 ORANGE PARK REALTY.MILITARYFREENOTARY. AFTER 6 PM 246-6046

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: Navy League' '. :.' Air Operations Chief



Opens AwardNOlllillatiolls 1 Decorated for ServiceJax



A chief aviation boatswain's mate assigned to the Air
Operations Maintenance Department has received the Navy Com-

Each year the Navy League mendation Medal for his actions during a tour of duty in Vietnam.
ABC Leroy Cobb earned the medal for heroic achievement while
Awards are presented to the
with forces in armed conflict againstthe
serving friendly foreign engaged
outstanding Navy-Marine Corps
North Vietnamese and Viet
tEn Congo
personnel and civilians who have
significantly contributed, t to the The chief performed his medal
progress and advancement of the "to..' winning act last Feb. 13 when his under fire and exemplary
Navy and Marine Corps. The patrol was returning from escort professionalism were in keeping

Navy League is seeking I' pl! duty on the Vain Co Tay River in United with the States highest Naval traditions Service.of the'
South Vietnam.
nominations for the seven awardsto
Chief Cobb received the medal
be presented at the Navy Spotting a sampan crossing
League's National Convention in ahead of his boat the chief from Capt. II. 0. Cutler Station

May at Memphis Tenn. r illuminated the fleeing craft and ..commanding officer.

The awards are,, for inspirational rrr hailed its two occupants to come
leadership the John alongside for boarding. When the Expert Advice
continued to evaude, he
sampan
Paul Jones Award the Adm.
Claude V. Ricketts award and the ,ordered his crews to open fire. Available for
Gen. Gerald C. Thomas award. As Chief Cobb's boat approached -
the river bank to
One who presents an outstanding
advancement in any scientific recover the enemy sampan, it Men on OrdersJax

field which furthers the progressof was suddenly enveloped in
the Navy or Marine Corps is automatic weapons fire from The Personal Property
awarded the RAdm. William S. three concealed enemy positions. Branch Office of the NAS Supply

Parsons award. The Stephen Reacting immediately he with- Department Bldg. 110, is now
drew and directed the
Deeatur award is presented to coverboat's offering application assistanceand
the military man who through COMMENDATION Chief Cobb received Commendation Medal effective suppresive fire. counseling for military
literature has advanced the from Capt. H.O. Cutler during ceremony in the'captain's office. Then seeing that the sampan personnel on an appointmentbasis

knowledge of seapower, while the might contain important Intelligence as well as on a first-come
Robert M. Thompson award is material, he again first-served basis.
For Your Information entered the contact and
presented to the person who has area This service is available for the
advanced the importance of recovered the sampan. v convenience of those planning a
se; through his personal Captured contents of the enemy and eliminates
power move lengthywaiting
in civic activities. Can Be Easier boat included a Chinese com-
involvement Moving Day lines. At the time the
munist hand grenade a Russian)
The Navy League urges you to assault rifle and ammunition and appointment is made by phone
submit nominations of persons large number of documents of each person is asked specific
fulfilling accomplishments in any significant value. questions regarding his move and
of these areas along with a With Understanding Help When the documents were advises as to the type and

citation of specific contributionsto analyzed, it was discovered that number of supporting documentsto
: Board of Awards, Navy bring to the counseling session.
By ADRC Y.R.Gray the two dead Viet Cong were partof
League of the United States, 818 a communications lisison Under normal circumstances,
'18th St. NW Washington, D.C., Moving is a part of Navy life. himself he may empower his team. the appointment should be madeat

20006 no later than March 15. For It's a family affair and a family wife or some other person to act As a,result of the intelligence least two weeks prior to the
further information see Sec- task. When well organized this as his agent.This may be done bya provided by this captured date of desired pickup 'and

NavNote 1650 of Dec. 16, 1969. task can be relatively simple; letter over his signature or by a material, a secret Viet Cong departure from the area.' Personnel
otherwise extremely difficult and formal power of attorney.To meeting was interrupted which with firm appointmentswill

nerveracking.The be eligible for a household resulted in one killed and have priority over those
Want Ads Pa tj I II Naval Supply Systems effects shipment,the servicemanmust five captured.A enemy without applications.
Command is responsible for the be made
be an 1<;-4 (over four yearsof > that went with the Appointments may by
movement of household goods service) or above married or medal said, 'Chief-Petty,, OfficerCobb's calling the, Personal Property
WANTYOUR and is interested in the' most single. The single person has the devotion to duty Branch Office at Ext. 2816, 7:30:
courage
efficient movement with the least same rights as the married a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday. through,
: inconvenience to the individual. Friday '
WIFE person. ADS
They have prepared a pam- -
:;. to see the VOGUE! phlet entitled 'It's Your Move' to The household effects shipmentis make yourshoppill MARINE WIVES TO MEET
assist the individual in Sim- a weight allowance based on
easierSPECIALl
Jax There will be a' special
plifying this task. This pamphletis the individual's pay grade. The
.- readily available through the authorized weight allowances are meeting of the Marine Corps
Wives Club Monday night to
local Household Effects office or listed as follows: !
consider the election of a new
Career Information Center.
pounds to replace the former
president
When orders are received, the E-4__-: ______--7,000E4) TUNE UP$12.95pe president, who has left the area
individual should contact the
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Household Effects Office. If the E-7___________8,500EH The X p.m. meeting will be held
service member is unable to ____________9,000 1 at the Marine Aviation Detach-
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I VP-45 Delivers Sister City's Message to Jax


Mayor Tanzler Accepts Letter

i Two Red Darters

The sister city relationship of officer of V1M5,also attended the
Become Citizens
Jacksonville and Bahia Blanca,
ceremony held in the Mayor'soffice.
Argentina, was spotlighted I .
recently when LCdr. E. II. While the UNITAS detachmentwas Of United StatesTwo i
Cashing: officer in charge of
veiling in Bahia Blanca,
one Patrol Squadron 45 sailors
45's
Patrol Squadron UNITAS X of several South American cities
completed requirements for
detachment presented visited
during the four-month
Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tan- United States citizenship
deployment, the president of the
recently. SDI Restitute M.
zler with a letter of greetings Bahia Blanca
Sister City Gamboa and SD2 Asterio M.
from the Mayor of Bahia Blanca. Association
contacted LCdr. Nicolasora took the oath of
Cushing. As a result, momentoswere
in ceremonies held
alliegance at
(!apt. n.I W Herlong, commander exchanged and
Fleet Air Wing 11, and given to LCdr.
'dr. It. A. Mason, commanding delivery to '

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Cush '


One,


a in Rate

advanced on that date
l :.AMCS Robert C. Tucker,
J.E. Lee, ATN2 H. Goodwin,
D.M. Howell and ATI12 A.


1 I Schleich.every right there Is a

SD2 Nicolasora and SDI I Gamboa Just once, I with
would demand hit re-

Patron Five Reenlists -Paul Quarterly.Sweeney in the


Jax AKCM: : J.I. Robertson: I raveled throughout !
and' AKl:I .1.K (:upton were the I lie was a member or CLIPPER SILVERLINE
miters of attention. during the USS Enterprise: T-CRAFT
rcrnlislnu'iit ceremonies at nuclear task force ;
Patrol Squadron Five.Chief gl IClh(' in l4.! The JUERCRUISER_
HolKTtson l with VP-! since 'i STERNDRIVES
shipped over
for (four ve.irs. I le,.is a veteran of and now serves us ; ?; MERCURY
more than I 19! years of naval leading'chief. I OUTBOARDS
(
service and in that lime has AKl:' (:upton agreed
six years of service. ( I EXPERT
veteran he has much REPAIR {
in patrol aviation SHOP
Bonds wilh VI'-H. ::11 and i ,:' FACTORY
Savings
rcx| >rling to the Mad I I TRAINED
VIT. early in I WO.! ;! MECHANICS

assigned as assistant \
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r supervisor in the 133.6100'r ..f" 264.9835
of the squadron :i :
department. MARINESales

(Jl Duan commanding Cdr. II.C.' : I ServiceHwy

,1 ministered the oath to 17 Orange Park
"'+ ))t l as Direct from factory .

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Atmosphere : :
Kitchens equipped with G-E
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and Heating by i-E; THE REST!
Drapes furnished
Wall to Wall Carpeting and We Say"

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6S Bring P03, PromotionsJax
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The results of the and SD3 M. Viray
November 1969 advancement in Pinecastle
rating examination have been Effective Jan. 16: TD3 G.Lea.ch .
announced, and the following air TD3 Silbaugh and TD3
station personnel will be advanced Willprech. Effective March 16:
to the rate of third class TD3 J. Holman and AC3 L.

., Move Into a petty officer on NAS the dates listed. Linden NARFEffective

Effective Jan. 16: GMG3 March 16: ATN3 P.
"THiSPOILER" Moinette, SW3 Conti, AC3 D. Georges, AMS3 J. Kenny and
Denny, A03 J. Snoddy, EN3 W. ATN3 P. White.FAW
White and ASH3 Youngerman.
Effective Feb. 16: TD3 R.. Effective March i6: AX3
Crocker, CYN3 J. Roberts. Effective Thomas N.'Bulger.
March 16: AC3 Ferguson, ComFairJax
ADJUST YOUR 'Ltr
RM3 Oellerich and AC3 C. San CYN3 R.A. Evans.
DAILY ATTITUDE
der. FAETU
15 VW-4 Effective Jan. 16: TD3 Young.
MINUTES FROM THE
Effective Feb. 16: AMH3 H. NATTC
IIUMMM OF THE BIG
CITY Ryder. Effective March 16: AG3 Effective Jan 16: DTG3 R. Ball.
VILLAGE LIVING I R. Gibson, AG3 R. McCloud, Effective March 16: DTG3'
WITH AMH3 D. Shaw, AG3 Tanacredi Hermeir.
3 'EXTRAS'GALORE
TWENTY YEARS- Howard Rutledge (L) was only 20year service

'. 1-2-3 Itdrooa! pin honoree at Exchange banquet. Cdr. M. J. Ott made presentation. New Ship To Be Named After State I


ApirtHtitsFiniibriAri WASHINGTON Secretary of Moorer, recommended to the
Exchange of the that
state
EmployeesHold Secretary Navy
the Navy John H.Chafee recently
be to the
names assigned most
e announced that the Navy's
newest nuclear powered ship, the powerful surface ships planned
Uihnishri' Award for construction in the future.
BanquetNavy guided missile frigate DLGN-36,
DLCjN-36 will be the second
will be named California.The .
ship to carry the name and is
keel for California is
,e COORDINATED scheduled to the Fleet in
join
Exchange employeesheld Francis Brooks, Charles. Meyer, scheduled to be laid this month at
MEDITERRANEAN their annual party and John Smith, Molly Spell, Lucille the Newport News Shipbuildingand
FURNITURE awards dinner over the holidaysat Rollins, Betnice Robertson and Drydock Co.,Newport News, 1972.ADS
the Candlelight,and Cdr. M.J. Sarah Davis. Va.State
ABUNDANCE OF Ott, exchange officer, presented Five year service pins went to names have traditionally make yourshopping
length of service pins to several Harry Boyle, Irene Hodde, Laura been assigned to ships- of the -
easier
RAMBLING AREA employees.Two Holt, Barbara, Reynolds, Allen line and later to battleships, bothof
employees Howard Graham, Sherman Ackerman, which were considered the
2 FULL BATHS Rutledge and Jammie Clark Maria Williams, Emma Warren, most powerful surface ships in
WITH 2 AND 3 have completed 20 years service Herbert Lawson, Jr., Dorothy the Fleet. Four battleships 1kHI'EO
BEDROOM APTS with the exchange. Coble, Stella Thomas, Betty remain on the Navy's ship -
Those receiving 15 year pins Williams, Lois Spencer, George register Wisconsin, Iowa and
included Troy Squires, Samuel Prince, Alva Poole, Frankie Missouri in the Reserve Fleet,
e DRESSING ROOMS Glass, Marcus Lewis, Edward Williamson, Janet Hughes, and New Jersey, which is in the )(
WITH ALL 3 Palmer, Solomon Lee and Joseph Dorothy Shaw, Lillian McLeod, process of being deactivated and
BEDROOM MODELS King. Virginia Hollis and Karen placed in the Reserve Fleet. No 4i EM
Ten year employees are _Morris. more battleships are being built,
nor are any contemplated.
WALL TO WALL Secretary Chafee said,
CARPETING THIS IS WHERE 'Federal law provides that state CHICKENDINNER
names be used in naming bat
tleships, but the law does not
CO-ORDINATED WE FLY prohibit the use of state names
DRAPES for other ships.State names have
proved to be one of the most 99
.ENORMOUS popular and prestigious among
the various categories of ship's
CLOSET SPACE names and it is something we 103rd & Blinding Center

.want to continue..' 771.7970
.CLUB SIZE POOL I In order to carry on the
tradition, the Chief of Naval PHONE AHEAD
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ADULTS We have complete airline information show you that traveling SHOCKS BALL 9HAAS
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NAS CECIL: Finance Office, Phone 771.2311 Ext. 8122 fIRfCO.
... IN ORANGE PARK 0800.1500 EVERY Friday

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Before Serviceman's DeploymentWASHINGTON .. .

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Most transportation is a burden to a children's preventive dentistry, 1
Military wives are self.sufficient family and, in some cases of as well as routine and emergency
women, able to cope with just emergency, could be tragic. dental treatment. r
about any problem that comes During a long deployment, a Medical information:
along. But while the husband is great many things can happen to Dependents should know the 1. ,
overseas, mans problems are not an automobile left in the hands of benefits under the Uniformed
so easily solved and help is those who might not be aware of Services Health Benefits
required. impending problems. An Program. A copy of the revised
That's where preplanningcomes automobile checkoff list is most edition of Uniformed Services
in Planning ahead is both beneficial for proper main- Health Benefits Program
necessary and important for the ten ce. booklet, NavPers 15203B is
smooth functioning of the home The list should include tuneup available from the base
during deployment. Such pre. requirements and where it's to be dispensary,.hospital or personnel
planning at home insures done: kind of gasoline and oil to office.
stability and eliminates. much use; tire size and present con- Contents include informationon
anxiety. dition of tires; and what brand authorized care when
To start with, compile a list of for replacement; auto insurance dependents are hospitalized at a
important telephone numbers payment information; expirationdates civilian facility; authorized care REUPSgt..Michael o.lIyof the pith Radar Squadron is sworn in
such as local police and fire of inspection stickers and provided at uniformed services by his Commanding Officer'* Mil; Tevebaugh, during a ceremony
department doctor, ambulance lubrication requirements. Is facilitity; factors to. be con- during which Sgt. Daily re-upped for four years and earned a total of
service, shore patrol, AmericanRed there an extra key around the sidered in determining what $5,670 in regular and variable
Cross and Navy Relief house? If so, where? facilities to use; authorized care bonuses.S.Club 40.
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Offices. You should also include Base stickers, when ap when dependents are treated at
addresses and telephone numbers plicable: The following five civilian out-patient facilities;
of nearby relatives and requirements must be met to cost of medical care to borne by Schedules
friends who could assist shouldan obtain or renew a base sticker: the sponsor,and civilian care for

Many emergency other important occur. matters surance((1) Registration. a record card.of coverage((2)) In- dependents.handicapped active duty ..;...;....:...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;..;...;.WAWAV.V.Myi.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;;.;;.;'0':....!:..:o.:!.:..:!.:!............: .Pm.AA

should be attended to before be Driver's Points regarding legal
must presented. ((3)) BLUEJACKETS INNN when Mel Gaden will appear on
deployment. These include: license must be valid. ((4)) assitance: Where legal advice stage with the Lazy Rhythm
The family monthly budget: Identification card the person may be obtained, power of attorney Messenger of the Masses will Girls.
Figure out the budget; make applying for the sticker must be and the making of a be on stage tonight, and
appropriate adjustments to the valid and unexpired. The sticker personal will are some of the tomorrow evening see Phil Cay CPOCLUBTomorrow
family allotments; arrive at an may be issued by and state as things which should be discussed. and the Chantels perform. The
understanding with creditors or long as it is valid. Guidelines for com Camelots will be appearing night Tommy C will
refinance debts as necessary.The Next, the basic family tip list: munications: The emergency Saturday, and on Sunday the provide the entertainment, andon
husband should give his wife In cause 'of an automobile accident message: dependents should Four of Clubs will be there. Saturday and Sunday the
understanding as to what extenthe go over everything that know how to send an emergency Country-western music will be Chief's Club will feature music by
will supplement her regular must be done in event of an ac message through the nearest featured Monday night when Mel Gaden.BANKAMERICARD .-
monthly income and then faithfully cident. Insurance papers and chapter of the American Red Tommy C and the Seminoles
: execute the chosen plan. 'what to do if' accident checkofflist Cross.If provide the entertainment, and
The important family papers: should be kept in the car. Be a severe crisis should arise, again on Tuesday when Mel o1tCf YOUR Et -
Group them together and place sure to explain that it's ex- requiring the ,presence of the Gwen and the Lazy Rhythm i: v COM/tf
th'm in a single box (fire proof tremely important to call in the serviceman at home, Red Cross Girls appear on stage. Wed- 'Ar..
metal document box is possible; city police or highway patrolmanfor verification of the emergency is nesday night's attraction will be .,
otl erwise shoe box or single file legal protection even for a a must before any emergency provided by the Four of Clubs.
fol ier). Locate in a secure and minor scrape.In leave can be granted.The !
permanent place. Valuable case of home accidents: one chapter name, address and ACEYDUCEYCLUBEnjoy
do :uments include: automobile never knows when an accident telephone number should be ..
.title,, automobile. insurance may occur in around.the home. listed among the important country-western musicat __ -
payment ',record, life and'fire- Dependents should know what to telephone numbers.The the club tomorrow evening -OmliD ONLY p
theft insurance policies, will, do for a head injury, cut hand or very important message: Aut f\U'O' SI
power of attorney, executor foot, broken limb or ingestion of One may have a message of great I -_. -- 4
appointment, birth and marriage harmful fluids or medicines, personal importance, not of an -AMERICAN EXPRESS*STANDARD
I certificates and deed or trust. burns and other injuries.In emergency nature, which OILcMASTERCHARGE CrtdltROOSEVELT Cuds Honored
General automobile main- case of routine home required prompt delivery. For fh"
tenance: The family car is a vital problems: Emergency problems example, the birth of 8 child, the
MAll
part of the family life. The involving plumbing, heating, air hospitalization of a member of a
sudden and unexpected loss of conditioning and electrical family, or the death of a friend
failure must be handled promptly would classify in this category; In I
and efficiently. The wife must case of such a message, a I
know whom to call in case of telegram using the ship or unit car washMONDAYTHRU I I It
home maintenance problems.If telegraphic address, may be sentas t, I
at all possible, label what the follows: East Coast Naval I
fuses or breaker switches con- Communications Station, I SATURDAY
trol, and teach the wife how to Cheltenham, Md. West Coast .
change a fuse or reset the switch Naval Communications Station, I HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM I
and have spare fuses available. San Francisco Calif.
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Dental tips:


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Basketball Tickets 17V

VP-5, Fleet Air Grab Jax Tickets to Jacksonville
University basketball games are
now on sale at Special Services in
Loop League Leads Bldg. 704. Ranked among the top
ten teams in the nation by both
major wire services, 'the
Jax Intramural basketball In fourth with a 2-2 record is Dolphins meet Richmond
action will resume next week NATTC, followed by VW-4,
Miami
tomorrow night, Saturday
with 18 teams battling for the Aircraft'Maintenance, Admin, night, Virgin Islands Jan. 16, and For SAVINGS !!
station's and Fleet Weather and AFEES.
hoop crown top St. Peters Jan. 30.
points for the Ironman Trophy. Over in the National League, 1550
In the American League race, Fleet Air Jacksonville holds first Life Savin g Courses CASSA T A VENUE

VP-5 holds a one-game edge over place with a 3-1 campaign comingout The American Rea Cross will -
of the holiday break. Three r
the Naval Air Reserve TrainingUnit offer a mid-winter Senior Life
with a perfect 4-0 slate. The squads -- Marine Barracks, Saving and Water Safety In-
is off Hospital and the 679th Radar
training quintet one game structors Course combined at the
the patrol squadron's pace at 3-0. Squadron -are bunched togetherin NAS Indoor Pool beginning
The two squads will face each second place with identical 2-1 Monday.The .
other for the first time January records, followed by Medical and
MARTD with 2-2 course runs through 69 MALIBU tir
I' 28th. VP-45 holds down third performances.Air
March 18 and will be conductedon '. r
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v place in the American League Operations, MAD and Monday and Wednesday .

with a 3-1 slate. FICEUR complete the standings evenings from 6 to 8 p.m. In- Sport Sedan, V8, Auto trans. Fact. $2495
terested persons may contact the air, Power steering, R&H, WW'tires
Fliers Lose 102-90 Field Director's office in Bldg. 39 ..
or the Red Cross Chapter in town.


Shoot Out to TigersJax Lifeguards Needed

NAS Jax'Special Services is .
now taking applications for .
Edward Waters College for NAS Jax with a 24-point lifeguards, swimming instructors -
zipped over the century mark to performance. and pool maintenance
clip the station's Fliers, 102-90, on Two other Fliers got into the employees for the 1970 summer 68 IMPALASport
the Tigers' home court Monday double figures,Jimmy Stevenson season. Applications for
night. (VP-45)) dumped in 12 markers lifeguard must hold current Red Sedan, V8, Auto trans., 'Fact,
The college squad ran up a while Rick Bonard (VP-16)) added Cross senior lifesaving cer- air, Power steering, R&H, WW tires, $1995
quick 15-point advantage in the 10. Top Tiger performer for the tificates and applicants for Solid White Exterior, All vinyl Interior .
first half, but the fighting Fliers evening was Willie Jackson with swimming sintructors must be ,
managed to close up to within 26 points. valid Red Cross water safety -
three points at one point in the The Fliers will take on another instructors. Apply at Special
shoot out. Regaining their Navy team this weekend when Services, Bldg. 704, Room 102. .
the they travel to NAS Albany for
composure Tigers' manageda a
20-point, 67-47 lead at the half. contest tomorrow night. [Volleyball Standings I ..:
Battling back in the second .
half, the Fliers outscored Edward NEW HOURSJax NARTU 4-0
Waters, 43-35, behind the Special Services has Dispensary 3.)
shooting of Mikw Luchi (AO 'A' announced that effective VW-4 2-) 68 PONTIAC
School),who wound up top scorer immediately its ticket sales FAETU 1-2
.. .- office will be open 11 a.m. to FICEUR ).2 Tempest, Custom 2.Door Hardtop, $2095
1 4:30 p.m. Monday through Hospital 1.2 350.V-8, Auto trans., Factory air,
Friday. 679th 0-4 Power steering, R&H, WW tires.
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