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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1970
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Marks 15th Year of Steaming on Nuclear Power


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Fifteen years ago Saturday, U.S. Sub-- derwater run for an even briefer time The use of nuclear energy eliminated the During the next two decades through the I
marine Force Atlantic headquarters span. need for refueling, permits greater turn of the century, the Navy will no doubt
received a four-word message that On her first shakedown cruise, Nautilus storage of aviation fuel and ammunition, develop Its nuclear submarine and surface
changed the concept of seapower.It steamed submerged 1,300 miles in 84 eliminates corrosive 'stack' gases and vessel fleet beyond what it Is today.It .
was on Jan.17,1955 that the atom put to hours, a new record < makes crew-endurance the only limiting
11 M...MMKM attained a submerged speed of 16 factor in ship operations. Thus, nuclear all started that day 15 years ago with
=- knots, another record power permits greater flexibility, endurance Commander Wilkinson's succinct
USS JlftUTIlUS SKI 571 TEC-: spent 84 hours submerged, still and mobility in naval strategy. message, 'Underway on nuclear power.' .
ISUBLAMT:, another record

traveled from Groton, Conn., to San
r Juan, Puerto Rico
?il
r t 1\ lI.nTO YlZF .After two full years of operations, the
Nautilus pulled Into port at Groton, Conn.,
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WAY' 1H* OH NUCLEAR POWER BT. Aa
<.'J'-I' to be refueled for the first time, after l
04\ ; traveling 62,562 miles more than half of I I

:: iiala au/EtT them submerged. A conventionally
F.'. / powered sub would have burned more than
two million gallons of fuel oil over the
same distance.In .
the years since Nautilus slipped into
the Thames, the Navy nuclear sub arm has
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greatly increased in numbers and
z capability. As we enter the Seventies, the

sea in the heart of the reactor aboard SS Navy has over 80 nuclear submarines,
Nautilus (SSN-571)) and Cdr. Eugene P. nearly half are Fleet Ballistic Missile sub ri4ali
Wilkinson radioed back, 'Underway on capable of roaming under seas that cover
nuclear power.' two thirds of the world's surface.
In the months that followed that Nuclear submarine development laid
revolutionary first sailing of a nuclear the foundation for the development of
submarine Nautilus and her officers and reactors large enough to power surface
men proved the theory that the atom would vessels, and today the Navy has four
give the United States the world's first true nuclear-powered ships USS Enterprise,
submarines.By Long Beach, Bainbridge and Truxton. A
fifth, USS California is scheduled to have
comparison, before Nautilus the her keel layed during ceremonies next
submarine was really a surface vessel that week at Newport News, Va.
could only submerge for relatively short The success of the first nuclear sub.
periods of time and make a rapid un- marine started it all!


C.U. Seeks


ir 4jpMz4 :Nw;: NomineesJax


The Jax Navy Federal

1 1- A Credit Union announced it is now
nTr1mii-ini accepting nominations for the

;tear R,,< Board of Directors and the Credit
k Committee.
J, Published by the Holt PublJshina 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 Nominees for directors shouldbe
* military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.
member of the Credit Union
VOL. 27 NO. 41 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JANUARY 15, 1970 a ,
and posess the knowledge, time
! and desire to serve the Credit
Union. Directors control the
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BifPers Adfltt4t "rfl.leS-1a'x"O'flce's affairs of the Credit Union,
establish the policies, invest
funds announce dividends
Jax NAS Officers met with in their billets. He answered this As far as the reduction in forcesin their strength but with the emphasis earned, designate funds
RAdm.Cooper in the Jax Theater by showing that many senior the Navy RAdm. Cooper said on quality in people and depository, and they must keep
Tuesday afternoon and were officers, captains and com- that the Navy will further reduce equipment and not quantity. abreast of trends in financial
briefed on the Navy's policy manders, hold positions that RM affairs.
toward officer distribution'and normally would go to a less Nominees for Credit Com
retention. ranking officer. The reason for mittee members shall be a
RAdm. Cooper, the assistant this is caused by the war in member of the Credit Union. The
Chief for personnel (Control) Vietnam and a reduction in duties of the Credit Committeewill
from Bupers, works from the manpower in certain areas which be to meet and act upon the
nerve center that handles the forced officers to take over jobs loan applications submitted by
assignments for junior and senior they normally wouldn't have, he members. They will also be

officers.He explained. available to assist members with
opened his address by Touching lightly on the subject loan requests, budgeting,
passing on a slogan that is used in of retaining officers he said that financial problems and advise on
Bupers in that all Navymen the Navy now is making plans to 9 I the wise use of credit. The Credit
belong to 'One Navy'. offer retention pay to officers r 'hP Committee will report to the
The admiral outlined the tours similar to that t of the enlistedman. Board of Directors, as well as
that a Navy officer can expect to Plans are also being put present an annual report to the
be assigned to during his career together to give officers sea pay 4 Credit Union members.The .
and pointed out that it's not the and also increase the cost of nominations deadline is
job that's important but the living allowances in certain areas Jan. 23. Nominations should be
performance on that job that will of the United States for both FLIGHT OF ME RCY- Eight-year Mary Alice Mitchell of Green submitted to Joseph 0'
move him up for promotions.He officers and enlisted men. Cove Springs is placed aboard a state plane here for transfer to the Connell or Arthur Ziegler of
then repeated the questionhe Family services will also be Shrine Burns Institute in Galveston,Texas. Mary Alice received third- NARF, or to LCdr. Mary D.
often is asked and that is why increased as well as an improved degree burns over 15 per cent of her body Friday when she was Burnside, NAS Military Per-
certain officers are not workingInside detailing procedure. scalded by an overturned pot of coffee in her home. sonnel Office.

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Program 'High lines' Retirees to New CareerJax I


Editorials Pg. 2

Civilian News Pg. 4 If you are nearing the end of a 20 or 30 year military career of Jacksonville business as well as a large number of professions.
and need help in locating a job that meets your talents and ambitions- Leaguers can assist military men 'and women with candid
Shopping Guide Pg. 7 help from experts is available.The evaluations of their abilities and experiences about specific fields,
companies and give advice on the best approach in obtaining a second
Movies Pg. 11 Navy League of the United States has a program called
Sports Pg. 16 Operation Highline'help retiring Navymen and Marines bridge the career job.Since .
gap to a second career. a large majority of the local Navy Leaguers are in business,
New Hours Set they can tell persons about to retire what business looking for when
Fredric A. Wyatt, a former national chairman of the League's they hire' a new employee.The .
Jax -Beginning tomorrow, the Highline operation summed up the organization's goals when he
Station Nursery, located in wrote, 'The Navy League appreciates that our officers, men and Navy League, however, doesn't guarantee a job for everyone
Building 560 will be open on women in uniform have made possible the business and industrial that seeks Highline assistance. Highline isn't an employment
to assist those who have agency, but for those that take advantage of the sound advice and
Friday evenings until midnight. climate which the nation enjoys.We are ready
Hours of operation for the defended the cause of the United States in war and peace throughoutthe business experience of Highline counselors, they'll find they will have
made the transition from a military career to second career much
follows world in establishing second careers.
as Monday
are :
nursery
easier. Through Highline the retiree will stand a better chance in
through Thursday 6:45: a.m. to (Heading up'a local aggressive Operation Highline program is Rod
selecting a job that will fit his talents and experience as he transitionsinto
6:30: p.m., except for the first and Porter. The local .businessman has pointed out that he and other civilian
job.
a
third Wednesdays when the Jacksonville Navy Leaguers will be available to counsel retiring ,
nursery is open from 6:45: a.m. to Navymen and Marines in their search for a second career. Those interested in taking advantage of Operation Highline through
11 p.m.; Fridays 6:45: a.m. to Among the specific aims of the Navy League in conducting the Jacksonville Navy League should write to:
midnight; Saturdays. 7 a.m. to Operation Highline are counselling,suggestions relative to job search, Operation HighlinePost
midnight; and Sundays 8:45: to resumes, personal interviews and professional sources. Navy Office Box 7416
noon. Leaguers available for counseling services represent a wide spectrum Jacksonville, Fla. 32210Navy

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A Great ResourceIn CATHOLICNaval

Air Station

the spring of 1968, more than 35,000 reservists answered their
country's call to mobilize More than 35,000 'weekend warriors' sud- SUNDAY MASS 9&lla.m.
denly became fulltime defenders of freedom, laying aside their DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
myriad civilian pursuits to bolster our defenses in time of crisis. Confessions will be held
Now the job is done-at least for the time being-and they have Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and from
returned to the first half of their citizen soldier identities. Once again, ; 5 to 6 p.m.
they have faded back into the fabric of our national makeup.The rv

pilot who flew missions in ..61 Naval Hospital
Vietnam; the soldier who stood w tfo ,
tall and strong in Korea; the ,.; // 1 SUNDAY MASS 8 a.m.
sailor and the Marine who .. r J I
guarded the ocean highways ,.' NATTC
these men are once again the : o .
local insurance broker and % (. 4 SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.

mechanics; bankers and car- Bldg. 500
penters. .. (3
They are not overtly RECEIVES NAVY'S THANKS. Third District Congressman CharlesE.
distinguishable from their neigh- : i Bennet, in Jacksonville to visit area post offices for talks with PROTESTANTNaval
constituents during the mid-term Congressional break, received a
bors. They do their jobs, raise
their children and grumble about r 1 r plaque from the Navy Monday morning thanking him for his years of Hospital, '

rising prices. But there is a ? solid support for the three local naval installations. RAdm. Lawrence SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES
difference. They are the quiet -- ; Heyworth Jr., commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, presents a com-
heroes who have backed theircountry's ; mand plaque to Mr. Bennet on behalf of the Navy during a visit to 10 a.m. d>

defenses since the daysof i( Admiral Heyworth's headquarters at NAS Jacksonville. '
: Naval Air Station
George Washington and the t V

Revolutionary Army. Blue & Gold Hit $1 MillionThe Sunday
Those who answered their country's most recent call to arms know ,
Church School 9
a.m.
that it may happen again. They are ready, as they have always been
Junior Church
ready.They prefer not to go, not to have to fight (who does). But when Jax Navy Federal Credit Union announced that investments in the 10a.m.
the chips are down, this country can count on the Ready Reserves. new Blue & Gold Certificates of Investment have exceeded $1,000,000. Divine Worship Service to a.m.
As President Nixon said in his proclamation of Reserve RecognitionDay The Certificate which put the millionth dollar on the record books was Bldg.750
'They have truly upheld the tradition of the citizen-soldier and purchased from the Cecil Field credit union office by A03 Peter F. Episcopal Communion 8:30: a.m.
have again proven that both the National Guard and the Reserves area Johnson of Cecil Field's VA-72. Bldg.750
great resource for our country and one which is necessary to our Pete was surprised when he was told that as a bonus, he and a guest
national security.' were invited to attend a performance at a local dinner theater as Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m
guests of the credit union. Bldg 722 .
Sam Hendricks, credit union director from Cecil Field, said, 'When
MarriageBy the board of directors approved the Blue & Gold Certificate programlast TuesdaySenior
June, we were confident that it would be well received by the Choir Rehearsal 5 p.m.
members, but we had no idea it would catch on as fast as it has. The Bldg 750
LCdr.G.M.Sheldon, CMC 5per cent annual interest (paid quarterly) and the minimum in- ThursdayChristian
vestment of only $500 is very attractive to most savers. However, the
We all believe that we know what marriage is. We agree that it is the feature which we believe has created the most enthusiasm is the daily Science Service 8 p.m.

joining of a man and a woman into a common life for mutual support interest which is earned from date of investment to date of redemption. -
and for the raising of a family. We are all aware that love is, or shouldbe .This means that an investor can redeem Blue& Gold Certificatesat NATTCDivine '.
,a part of marriage, but we are too often unaware of the role of love time with no loss of interest'
any
in a marriage for which the blessing of God has been asked and in board Worship 12 p.m.
Hendricks went on to say that the plans to continue em- Bldg. 500
whose name the vows were made. phasizing the Certificate plan during the coming year. 'When we see
Every aspect of such a marriage is an offering to God and as such is young people like Pete Johnson taking advantage of this opportunity to Evening Worship 6p.m.
a participation in the love of God. God's loving concern for us must be Bldg.500
save at the credit union,we know we have a good program underway,
reflected in our loving concern for our marriage partner if this is to be he commented.The .
real. Often, though, we approach our marriage partner from the credit union also announced that a 5V4 per cent semi-annual
standpoint of 'This is what I want.' This approach breaks down the dividend was declared and paid to members on Dec. 31. The dividend TrafficViolations
relationship of loving concern and substitutes concern for self. When distribution was a record amount of $295,000, which brings the total
this happens we find that love, both for our spouse and for God, is dividends paid to shareholders in 1969 to $570,150. In making the an-

locked out of the relationship.Some nouncement, Cecil W. Acree, Jr., Treasurer, pointed out that this is
forms of trouble come to most marriages. Often, when the the second consecutive year in which the dividend rate paid to
people keep themselves open to the love of God, these troubles will members has been increased.As .
help the marriage to grow more strong.When the troubles keep up and The following is a report of
the break a result of the 1969 operations $250,200 was placed in statutoryand motor vehicle accidents and
marriage begins to down, then it is time to stop and ask the
other reserves and the total reserves of the credit union now standat traffic violations for the
'Am I period
question, being a loving person in this marriage? If the answeris
'No!' then perhaps we need to seek help to get our own lives back on $789,500.During the year the credit union's assets increased over$4 Dec. 30 Jan. 5.
the track of loving concern so that our lives and marriage again may million dollars and 7805 new members joined. In 1969, 18,600 loans Number of Addicents
be a love offering to God. amounting to $16,810,000 were granted to members and the shares of This Week 6
members increased .
$1,891,000.Veterans' Total accidents this year through
Civilians, MilitaryGet The new rates for civilians Jan. 5 4.Number .
provide a $25 maximum per diem of accidents through
More Per Diem United rate States for travel and $18 within per day the I InformationThe I January 1969 14.

WASHINGTON (AFPS) plus the applicable locality per Total number of days since last
Congressional action is expectedto diem rate for travel outside the injury in a motor vehicle ac
increase maximum allow- United States. Veteran's Administrationanswers June that I was in school. Will cident222..
ances for official travel of military here some of the many this be included in my check for Number of Violations
personnel. A similar increase Buy U.S. Savings Bonds questions asked by veterans and September when I am back in This week 54
,for civilian employeeswas their families. college? Speeding 16
signed into law by Presi- new Freedom Shares Q-I converted my World WarII A--The reason you didn'treceive Reckless Driving 0
dent Nixon recently. National Service Life In- a check for the two weeks Going through stop sign 7
surance to a Modified Life Plan you were in school in June is that Other violations 31
several years ago and was ad- you failed to complete and returnto Thirty-six drivers appeared
vised at that time that the policy the VA regional. office in- before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
JAX AIR NE'lVSThe would not participate In dicating your Certification of Jan. 8. Disposition of the cases
dividends. I recently received a Attendance Card. The first check included the following: 17 lost
dividend on the policy. Was this a after you return to school in the driving and parking privileges
mistake? Must I return the fall will probably arrive in mid aboard station for various

JAX AIR NEWS is ,a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper dividend check? November but will include periods; 13 were assigned to
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station A-It was no mistake and you payment for schooling from the complete an eight-hour course in
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a can keep the check. The dividendyou day classes resumed through remedial driving; 17 received
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the lAX AIR NEWS received on your modifiedlife October. suspensions; 5 were given
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS insurance plan was due to Q-I just got out of the service warnings; 5 were dismissed; 23
Jacksonville by 12:00.noon on Monday before publication. News interest earnings. If interest and plan to enter college this fall were fined (Commissioner);
items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone 772-3118 or'. levels continue, you may expect under the G. I. Bill. Do I have and 4 referred to commanding
3119. similar dividends in the future. anything to establish that I am officers for possible disciplinaryaction.
You will receive any dividends to entitled to educational assistance Fourteen drivers were
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries be paid on or near the yearly from the Veteran's Ad- assessed 48 traffic points.
concerning such should be directed to: anniversary date of your policy. ministration? Or will the school
Dividends are being paid only on notify VA that I'm a veteran and
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY those modified life policies issuedin have enrolled for training.

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 the World War II NSLI A--You should apply im- educational benefits. The

Telephone 388-2755 program. mediately to the VA regional registrar at the college should
Q--1 haven't received an office where your records are on also be specifically requested by
VOL. 27 NO. 41 JANUARY 15, 1970 educational assistance allowance file for a Certificate of Eligibility you to notify VA of your
check from the Veteran's Ad- This certificate will confirm your enrollment and the amount of
ministration for the two weeks in entitlement to G. I. Bill training you are taking.Page .

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HopeFilledChristmas ,1 F :w : -



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With the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the .
Mediterranean for nearly 6,000
,
!IA U.S. sailors of the Sixth Fleet, I rs
Christmas came early this year
T &rp1E; L when Bob Hope's annual +. ..
Q Christmas show turned the
hangar bay of the USS Saratoga
(CV A-60)) into a floating theater.
Applause, cheers and whistles
filled the hangar bay from the :
moment Bob came strutting on
= -- : stage, golf club in hand, until the
._ final act when Connie Stevens, F _
joined by the sailors of the :
Saratoga and the Sixth Fleet,
sang'Silent night.'
fr41r ,i M t
A special treat to the seagoing '
members of the fleet were the 13 .
Golddiggers a group of lovely, P ch
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leggy young ladies who danced __ I_
and sang to the riotous approvalof

Also the audience.appearing with Bob were tir ,

Eva Reuber Staler Miss:: World __ U-1
ti 1969,dancer Suzanne Charny and
r Les Renown.Brown and his Band of LI

Saratoga, along with the USS ::- 9
., Little Rock (CLG-4)), USS : ,
Semmes (DDG-18)), USS Stickell ..2 .l .. .
(DD-888)), USS Cone (DD-886)), A big attraction of this year's Bob.Hope Christmas Show, seen In
USS McCord (DD-534)), USS the hangar bay of the USS Saratoga (CVA-60)) was the appearance of
Bob Hope receives a few tokens of gratitude from Vice Admiral Johnston (DD-821)), USS Waldron Miss Eva Reuber Staler, the 5-foot, 7 inch, blonde, blue eyed Miss
David C. Richardson,commander of the U. S. Sixth Fleet, during the (DD-699)) and USS Neosho (AO- World 1969. The pretty Austrian shared the spotlight with Bob Hope
1969 Bob Hope Christmas Show in the hangar bay of the USS Saratoga 143)), was anchored off Gaeta, while they joked with each other and the 6,000 members of the U. S.
(CVA-60)). Saratoga, along with nine other Sixth Fleet ships, was Italy, for the show. Sixth Fleet present In the audience. (U. S.NAVY PHOTO)
anchored off Gaeta, Italy,for the show which included Connie Stevens,
dancer Suzanne Charny,Miss World 1969, the 13 Golddiggers and Les -
Brown and his Band of Renown. (U. S. NAVY PHOTO )


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Aircraft i Kloclrinil: Worker !.: (i!. : 2-70 Sliipiiienl ('Ink (Typing)tis
1 izw f V .lil X Merit promotion opportunities ( -.., ;.70() Toolmakn, i-7l( Iirperlnr
and 1'sl: inwlur
Planner
currently open for Metals It.
Works Klcrlrical: Systems), i t:& '
receipt or applications: are listedIN'1OW The following job is cIC'1I| furIppliralinn
Industrial Tnu-lor (OIK'mlur)| ,
of all federal
NiApprenlireI'first. l Year) (. em
Applications for the positions in (he .larksorlvilk'Irma.
'.. (i! ployccs
Slalisliral Assistant (:JS 5,
shown in the following group' wilt MPH. No. I 70 Supervisory
Acrnunling'1'erhrrieian (:JS 4,
IM- accepted from career or Industrial Mutineer: (:JS 12. Applications -
M! Airrrafl Mcliilsmilli : (!)
conditional employees of
career! will IM areepteJthrough
the air station, Uework I Facility! Automotive Mechanic: (Mfcxly .Ian. I It!),
Reserve Training Unit, KlecIronies : Fender), lot:& G9(i!. Clerk licU
Other eniiius include
) jolt o|> (
(:IS 4
Unit Fleet Machine Transcriher; :
Traip'iiK! ,
Aircrall Kxarniner:
Stores 105! fit!) Secretary (Steno) <(<:S5.Alsu. ,
Intelligence, Commissary Nu7U:i with a Jan. 2ilpplic'lliClII
MeetWeather lard: I'IIJ1dl (Ol'rllor)| :
llecruilinn,
HospiUil, Navy deadline, and 470.
Surplus Sales (Office) 2 and ::1 i, I fin) 61(i!) Messenger (: | (
Koreman Il.eadingniari
and Finance Office. ind ;3{, 1111 fit!) PriMluclion (
Navy:
--- +rlive! Mechanic), closing
\ Applications will Iw accepted at I roller (IS: .7, I III <.!) Planner
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Jan. 22.Marine:
lisle Kslirnalor: (Sheclmelal) )
any ,
112 ii9! Kleclric:I i A('('uu n I i WivesTo
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MPIt No. 7MII! Kin-trollies: Machine Operator ,
Mechanic, XO-K! Aircraft l KlccIronies PiM'coverer| :Insulator, I !)
Worker >Kl-fi{I !) Accounts IMaslerer 117-6t!) (- ( Seek

Maintenance Cleik (iS-4, H -4it! Worker 11//& 69 i!|) Itefrigrraliun;
Planner. & .I'Mlinalnr: ( Public Air Conditioning Mechinic; !)
Works Structures), M-fi:& !) Aircraft (fi i!) Military Personnel Clerk (: New Members
I Instrument Mechanic: M!IfitAIfC'rnU !) I 121: .(6/i! (toiler Tender II: ;!)
Instrument Worker X.V I'luinlx-r, 124-fi i!) Assistant Jax-A .special meeting was
Cutter and I 125: e 1 I.il held Monday evening hy niern-
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lit! Aircraft' Klcclrician: H'i-'it' !)
SIGN PACT .. LCdr. V. L. Reeder, O-in-C of Commissary Store leaner: hers of (he NAS Marine Wives
Clerk (Stenography ) (JS-S:& ami 1,
Complex, sign agreement with Lodge M, American Federation of 8XI!I Electronics( Mechanic Also l:'li-li!) Mess ( : Cluh In discuss a mcml>crship
Government Employees. Seated and signing for the union was HarryS. K-WI! (Steno) ( drive.
I )
Aircraft( Systems), and Ht-lit!) !) Srcu'larv
Osterman, 44 the E. I I'lanswere discussed for future
Lodge president. Observing signatures were .Kiel-Ironies:. Mechanic ( Main I !!t-lit!) Aircraft I lIltrll!
L. Jackson (standing left), union negotiator and Michael Cascone, tmancc). Mechanic: ( l-Jcctronic: ). I: Is which ahould interest
Labor and Employee Relations superintendent and chief negotiatorfor Marine wives active or retired
Also !%) ) (6);(0) Machinists, m-li)! ) Automotive' KfiiiMiiriit: | |
management. vlcenian. I lltl-lilK'Ink: !) (JS-2 :t t.I in joining UK cluh

I CoiiipiilnOperator:& ( : Two new rneinhers were
I:tt-.it: Stockiiiiiu, I Ui.'it: ; (!! GS:1 welcomed into the elute MondayMrs. "
('UUlIII"II it':1 tI uns ECI" William '1'. Mceeand! ; MissCamille
INCOME I TAX I RETURNSACCURACY Oierator| it7-il I: Muii i> ( : Slocuml

Tecliiiician (i S.7. K and !9 I (i Next I regular meeting ol the

Snpporl| | I II'2.611: I Inoun! Marine Wives Cluh will he held
GUARANTEED Mechanic: ( Cciirral )t. and : h'eh. 2 at the Marine Aviation
AiicraU Painting Wiiiki. I Detachment) Illdji. 572, he ;inniii)4)

Also 145(10( I':1: !'l'l'll'UIII( I4( ( It pin.
Supervisory Supply All Marine wives active or

Confidential, accurate preparation of all Federal or (:iS4, 147 (fit!) Military retired 'interested in joining or
Clerk' (Typing) (JS: -5, '. !) seeking information aloud the.
State income tax returns. Individual attention by SiiK'rvisory| Military are invited to call Mrs. Joe
Clerk; (:Typing 1 (:S.5. 152: ( !) Berry :11 I 771-:MM or Mrs. A. A.
experienced personnel. No appointment necessary. Aircraft 1'lIgillC': Mechanic, : !) 'unrh Sr. at 2C( 4 '.t.1n7.

Airfraines Mechanic, (154 ( !)

$5.00 AND UP Computer (Operator) CS! 4 1, If, ( !)
Instrument I Mechanic ( l':

Ironic), l.r.C); (li1 i!) Aircrall ,
J,1'\\
Worker, l7-(>!) J- 0

Kxaininer: (Aircrall 1.tc'l'Il': C' ) r ) 11(111

CITY WIDE TAX SERVICE mill Also!'1,11 ir(i'.t!,!Mil Welder.! Aircraft I'xa: : .. i:;; I

9. 41irh< "anus Mechanic ) li( ( ( '! \ ) I i//OS/
\ BLANDING BLVD (Near San Juan) Supervisory:; Supply! fleck, ( : !I

Iii;1..i1( Cash!' ( Ink CS- I I. \\C: !\
PHONE 384-1598 Supply Clerk CS-I. Kir,-(ill!) San Juan at Niblick

Mon.-Fri. 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. Sat. 9 to SI spector"' ( llonseliolil ( Phone 384-4406
Shipment )t. I M'.U-UI' !) .I'lii: ... el I, 7 md 3 Bedrooms
Locomotive( .) Mir.-lill. !) Garden Type Apartments with
Data Assistant (i iS-il.' !) Country Club Atmosphere
e Kitchens with G E
Supervisory ( Ink. (i iS-.r, !) e equipped
Ranges & RenqeratorsIndividual
Ciaphie Ails Mcciinir! ; )) !) Air Conditioning and
(Ink' I is-;,. 171-.it l! Power Heating by G.E
TONIGHT (Coiilrolnian 17Mi';! ( Drapes! 'furnished
I
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(Metals) A, l7Mi'J: l-llcctlic. : Large Swimming Pool
t'ulllltln1IC'hh.! ... Supervisor
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GEORGE LAURIE ol' HartrtonliHit. N.J.s now
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Philadelphia, P.i. "I I certainly appreciate what
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salary getting
company b..nf',1.1OIt a new
every year! the I. course enabled me lo ..
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packed field. IMMU.UKP |Invrsly1,11111s!| !; .ui iiKjcnlly
111"11. lo !..I'III.|||,. H.nms win flu Inll.o.. ol .loll.us annually

+ 'fli". lirmntilous, ilH'II'.I.I'! ol 11I111; ...rnoVntsatom
|have, r I hill. .,1 111I1IIc'. ill, yoil p.III', ,Inne |ollIWN d, ,Ily ,two weeks
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wide rn.ploymn! .1ssl,.,|luu','. Wn,,. ,lug FREE illllllma,

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Executive Order ChangesLaborManagement



RelationsAn


executive order that makes provements. Impasse Panel within the Labor

sweeping changes for improving 1. It establishes a central Relations. Council. . ..... ... .
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_ the Federal! Labor ir.sr:; -5 97icrj; authority: caUsi-tJHr-Federal 'Comprised' of at :ei 5t iilFc? .
relations program has been Labor Relations Council to members appointed by the
signed by the President.The administer the program and President, the panel will be
make final decisions on policy authorized to consider

new order became effective questions and disputed matters. negotiation impasses. Either .. ''i.>
Jan. 1. The Council will make party may request the panel to :."
definitive interpretations and consider a matter if mediation if
Replacing the I l2!)(. executive
rulings on the order's provisions; other voluntary efforts fail to
order 'that established the first
Federal labor, management decide major policy issues; resolve an impasse. The panel is IA4L
consider appeals from decisionson empowered to consider the
policy, the President's directivewill
disputed matters and issue matter and recommend
substantially strengthen the
Federal labor-relations appropriate regulations.The procedures for resolving the
systemby new body will consist of the dispute or it may settle the impasse -
bringing it more into line with
Chairman of the Civil Service by appropriate action. k
practices in the private sector of y
the Commission (chairman), the 3. It provides an election
economy.
Secretary of Labor and an officialin system for handling unit
The new order, which takes the President's Executive determinations and majority
into account changing conditions Office. representation cases. It providesfor it -
brought about by vastly in- The President also may appoint the eventual elimination of
creased union representation of other officials in the informal and formal types of
the past seven years, in- Executive Branch to the council. recognition.The .
corporates six major imf 2. It establishes new order directs the Assistant
procedures for resolving Secretary for Labor .
negotiation impasses through the Management Relations to decide 4
creating of a Federal"' Service questions regarding the appropriate -
y unit and to supervise
It elections which are required for
SPECIAL!!! determining exclusive

TUNE UP representation 4. It provides rights.for third .

party processes for resolving \
3015 complaints involving unfair labor
-
Sllll 'ate $12.9SJ practices, grievances, and -. :: -
; J only standards of conduct.

ALL lPARTS. ,; 5. It clarifies the status of MODIFICATION The Rework Facility here has completed
/ j'NC supervisors, while the order modification of its first A-4L Skyhawk. Prior to the test flight of the
permits exclusive recognition of VA-44|let, LCdr. Les Horn,test pilot,gets final instructions from Capt.
aa.ATLANTIC. certain units of supervisorswhich D.H. Heile,CO.Also,prior to the flight,shop leaders, superintendents,
have operated historicallyas and division chiefs gathered to inspect the first A-4L to be turned out.
such in the private sector, it

PARK ST & BLANDING prohibits 'mixed' units of .:;':':.:';' .;;: :_:. _:<:' 4It:::.. :. _;: :_l:'::_ ::.:..
PHONE 384.4021 supervisors and non-supervisors
as well as units made up exclusively -
of supervisors after
ADS
PUBLIC NOTICEDealers Nov. 1, 1970. make your shopping easier
6. It establishes for

also invited to be liquidated immediately regardlessof government unions, election, :::4 ',':";" .>:. : ::. ;.::_:::":";.. :;I :.(::4 ;:;.:.;::::. .:_ I;:' '
loss: Over 30 brand new walnut console stereos with AM & bonding, and financial reporting.
FM Radio. Magic'touch turn table. Compare anywhere at
$329.50 while they last only $100 full price.

Over 20 new 1969 Universal Sewing Machines in walnut cabinets. $59. TEN
new walnut sewing machine desks $69. 5,000 sets of fine steak knives 88
cents. NEEDLES pk of 3.10 cents. BOBBINS fit most machines 5 cents. One Suddenly it's 70
rig sag sewing machine in walnut cabinet (new) $89. FIFTY I button hole.
attachments$4.75 TEN fig zag attachments$1.75. TWEN (Y'NELCO'rig
zaq sewing machines in beautiful walnut cabinets. Full size; round bobin
overcasts; appliques; monograms; button holes; decorative stitches, etc.,
compare at over $200. Sale price $79.50 Many other items all on a first
come first serve basis.
SERVICE DISCOUNT CENTER,6)10103rd) NEAR BLANDING.

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Calender K70 II OCTOBERs T w T F 'r
Das Safen Und Souden

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 i

(Editor's note: The following 1970 APRIL 1670 1970 JULY 1970 11 12 13 14 15 16,17

safety calendar was brought to S M T W T F S S M T W T F S 18 19 20 .I.).12'23 24
our attention by NAS General 1234 1234 25262728293031CCT05E
,. Safety Superintendent, Charlie
Able. The 'Safen und Souden 5 6 7 8 910 11 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Calendar was written by Walter 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 12131415.16! 17 18 ?

T' R. Homola, a member of the I 19 20 2122 23 24 25. 1920 2122 23 24 25 Ven vorkin in close mil cables
Underwater Sound Laboratory 2627282930 20 27 28 29'30 31 und vinches

and appeared in the Navy's Der life is dependen on fractions
Move Info 'Safety Review' magazine in APRIL JULY of inches ,
December 1959. Ven mit acetelyn torchin you're
Don't stand in der vay if der cable '
seein das burnin Pushin and foolin und general iss snappinQvick
"THESPOILER" W70 JANUARYs 11170 like a rabbit der head you funnin Und der man mit der sickle von't
M T w T F s iss turnin
Ain'dt got no place ver machinen catch you nappin.
Deer blue fire iss hurtin das
1 2 :3 iss runnin
small eyballen der beanin around runnin 1970 NOVEMBER 11170
4: 5 6 7 8 910 careful der Usin
if not
Und you're toolin S M T W T F S
11 12 13 14 15 10 17
doctor iss _x111- .
ADJUST YOUR 18 19 20 2122 23 24 n __ Or else you'll be goin to handicap 1234567' :

DAILY ATTITUDE 25 26 272829 30 31 1970 MAY 1870 schoolin. 8 9 10 1112 13 14

19: MINUTES FROM THE S M T W T F S. 15161718192021
IIUMMM OF THE RIG CITY JANUARY 1 2 r 1970 AUGUST 1970 22 2 24 2526 2728

Ven driven der truckin from 3456789 S M T 11W T F S 2930
VILLAGE LIVING
'WITHEXTRAS fronten to backen 10 1112 13 14 15 16 1
GALORE Keep der eyes on.der road and 171619 20 2122 23 2345678 NOVEMBER
nuttin be smackinKeep '
S43l 25 26 27 28 29 30 9 10 1112 13 14 15
der veels on der ground yen : Ven oudt on der town und enjoyin
16 17 18 1920 2122
der you're turin
e 1-2-3 lodroenApirtHtifs corner daz boozin
I Or der schtink bot you schmell MAY 13024x,25 2627 2B 29 For driven vile drinken dere
und .
line iss hot
burnin.Ven der schteem
vill be rubber
your ain'dt no excusin >
you're pipen gefit'en: AUGUST
Das iss.arrestin und
11170 FEBRUARY MTO Be careful about,der place veryour're cops '\ no useS
e Flrrlshd' Aid sitten Ven movin der boxes und usin der to,talkm. .
M T W T F S ; der Day re liftin der license und den
In ein moment iss hoppen lifter
UihnlshriCOORDINATED iss valkin.
'
1234567 you
hind end geburnin Use der low gears und don't try to
8 910 11 12 13 14 Und der doctor iss takin der shift'er

e 15161718192021 money you're earnin. Vun on der udder iss nice to
22232425262728 W70 DECEMBER wo
MEDITERRANEAN geputtin
FURNITURE 1970 JUNE 11170 As long as der puttin ain'dt on der ...u. T W .t. F SSMTWTFS
footin. 12345

FEBRUARY 123456 6 7 8 910 1112
e ABUNDANCE OF
7 8 9 10 1112 13 1970 SEPTEMBER. wo I 13141516171819
RAMBLING AREA Das pushin und pullin und heavy 14 15 18 17 18 1920 s M T vT T-F s.-;- "..0 2122 23 24 25 26

geliften 21222324252627 12345 272829 30 31
e2 FULL BATHS Iss makin das sacroiliac sh ten
Und on der record of safety das 282930 6 7 8 9 10 1112
WITH 2 AND 3 time be iss lossin 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

BEDROOM APTS Because you ain'dt so schmardt JUNE 20 2122 23 24 25 26 DECEMBER

as a silly gossin. 27282930. .
is time for
e DRESSING ROOMS Ven down to der beach for boatin goot
feelin und
1970 MARCHS 1970 und svimmen SEPTEMBER joyen
WITH ALLBEDROOM 3 _M T W T F S Be vatchin der shore line und not Und catchin das schildren: play
MODELS all der vimmen Ven vorkin mit vires und usin der mit der toyen
1234567 Don't get iniJer vater outen too solder Lissen der preachin und song by
8 9 10 111213 14
der mind der choir
deepen Keep on der job, not in
WALL TO WALL 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Or der next thing you know on der spacen out farder But be sure to protectin das house
CARPETING 22 23 24 25 26 2728 bottom you're sleepin. Das end of der pistol iss plendy from der fire.

2930 31 .gehotten
e CO-ORDINATED MARCH Takes only ein minute for tire to

DRAPES Mit machinen you're vorkin und II schtarten. S II

ENORMOUS steel you iss grindenDer
double eyeglasses you better '
CLOSET SPACE be finden .

Das sparkin iss pretty vot comes CANCER .. VI....,
I CLUB SIZE POOL from der veelin
Iss better to lookin den mit der

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For Your Information



Record of Emergency DataBy


YNI 1 J.x. Swecker

The Record of EmergencyData Person to receive allotment of to transmit funds.Commercial .
,NAVPERS 601-2 is designedto pay if member missing or unable insurance com
provide an immediately accessible panies to be notified in case of
and up-to-date record of death.
emergency data on each Navy USGLI, NSLI and SGLI yin
member for casualty reportingand force.
notification of next of kin, The Record of EmergencyData
and an official document as shall be executed in
required by pertinent laws duplicate by all members of the
pertaining to the following: naval service, and reexecuted
Persons( ) to be notified in case whenever any changes occur -1r-
of emergency or death. (except charge of ship or i
Persons( ) to receive the death 3 station). It will be reviewed
gratuity when no spouse or child annually during the month of
exists. September by any designatorwho
Persons( ) to receive unpaidpay i is on active duty and if foundto
and allowances (arrears of be correct should indicate on
Pay). Such pay and allowances ......, the reverse of the Page 2 in the
include accrual of monies duringa *. remarks section. f
.. .
status ,
missing or captured '
unused leave not to exceed 60 ", f- \I
days, travel; per diem, transportation -
of dependents, trans- .
'
portation of household goods, \
savings deposits, etc., found due i d C
from the Department of the .

Navy. YN I Swecker s ,, an.t


FLIGHT TEST OPERATORS -. ADJ3 Lewis and ADJ3 R.W
I Borgmann (foreground) of NARF's Flight Test Department prepareto
board an RA-5C (Vigilante)fora routine vital test flight.


IUSINESS WAS SO GREAT AT NARF Enlisted Men Perform


Vital Test Flight Jobs

EDWARD F. CONNELL CHEVROLET

Jax-Two Aviation Machinist In speaking of their work,
,. Mates at the Naval Air Rework LCdr. Robert S. Moore, senior
OUR FIRST YEAR IN BUSINESS
Facility perform test flight test pilot,emphasized that'Lewis
functions on attack-type jet and Borgmann are making a
aircraft. ADJ3 A. D. Lewis and significant contribution to air
WE PLAN TO START 1970 ADJ3 R. W. Borgmann, of the craft operational readiness.'
local rework facility's Fllight
Test Department, suit up daily to
BY GIVING AWAY perform vital test flight
assignments on RA-5C WESTSIDE

(Vigilante) and-or TA-4F
RENTALS
ABSOLUTELYFREE (Skyhawk) aircraft following the
aircraft's processing by the 5829 BLANDING BLVD.
Naval Air Rework Facility. I!

These men do not wear air- 772-8477
crewman wings, but on test
flights at NARF they ride the aft
seat and conduct instrument and .. 6I3..
environmental checks, on such ,w F LOCAL AND,
A 1970 CHEVROLET items as cabin air pressure, + ONE WAY
instrument lights, vertical speed t RENTALSICES
indicators and numerous 'black
boxes.!
PLEASE STOP BY AND GET ALL THE FACTSON

HOW YOU CAN WIN/ THIS BRAND NEW CHEVROLET t SfWWHc9Bm: : :.:'..:::.":,!,,..!,-.>:<.!.:.II.eC! ?J::.,.::: >....."' .w.". I. .L_ Jl.:<<... ._ ;;" "'""",.,...


WHOLESALE PR TO ALL! 4

SUPER SPORT SPECIAL THIS WEEK /vyV/S/VV\Av*.* .* ** **d

NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
NEW & USED TV SETS '
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
SUPER SPORT CAMARO AIR CONDITIONERS.
Jirs.fa.m. 7 p.m. Come In ft BrowseWESCONNET

SPEED FURNITURE CO,
1967 $1495 [>36 ATSCONNETT .v < In'7' ? (I PSO

LIKE NEW






STEAK ?




EDWARD F.CONNELL. "


CHEVROLETARLINGTON


EXPRESSWAY NEAR REGENCY SQUARE PHONE 725-2080



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1;; New HAS Stables Ready for Hard Riding' Dudes :



r. Enlarged Stable

sL

.f Offers ClassesFor .', I

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r BeginnersThe I


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travel posters read to go
West and ride the trails of the
colorful cowboys and enjoy the
f great outdoors. Well they ain't
M r F wrong podner but you only haveto '
I go as far west as the Southwestend
of NAS Jax to enjoy that tall-
APi : y. in-the-saddle feeling.
The NAS Riding and Hunt
stables, now under the

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t. ;,
s professional direction of Dan E.
1s S.'. Sandy, re-opened Jan. 2 and
r offers military personnel and
their dependents riding Instructions 1
a'A'1A and hours of riding
AS'y
f ;;, i sTir pleasure for the advanced horse
man.
The Stables own a dozen
Western and English riding &
horses and will add 12 more in the ;
next week to give riders a large
selection. All new saddles and
RIDING CLASSES Young military dependents are saDcflfd up and
bridles have been added and the
ready to go to riding class at the NAS Stable....
inside of the main stable has been
1 completely rebuilt to provide The new director then explained -
adequate housing for the steeds. the prices for instructionsand NAVY
Operated under the office of pointed out that the$3.00 per
Special Services the Stable is hour for beginning instruction is
offering a new dimension that about five dollars below a regular
riders won't want to miss. civilian riding stable. Advanced
Sandy, ably assisted by his son instruction is $4.00 per hour and
,.. Dan, will open a School of both courses include all the
Equestrian that will enable equipment that is necessary. INSURANCE
riders to learn and appreciate the Trail riding is $1.25 per hour
finest points of horsemanship.This during the week and$1.50 an houron
school will be conductedon the weekend. The only
a plan of teaching from the stipulation that Sandy makes is "
4 basics to the advanced and the that if you intend to come over 1- '
Sandys come well qualified. and ride to phone a day before so
FRIENDLY, RELAXED&
Prior to coming to Jax Sandywas they are sure to have a horse
QUIET ATMOSPHEREiimimimimiiiiiiiiimiimiiMiimiiii PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION the Head Master of the Ft. ready when you arrive. Trail
Dan V. Sandy Bragg, N.C. Stables. This is the riders are accompanied by I/
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR (left) is the new master of the largest stable that the U.S: guides from the stable.
CLOSE CECIL FIELD TO SCHOOLS, N.A.S., NAS Jax Stable and Hunt Club military has in operation in the
CHURCHES AND and with his son Dan (right) will world. Military personnel that own
their own horse and need a placeto
offer in riding 69M0.
..............SHOPPING................................. for all complete military courses personnel and Sandy pointed out that 'I wantto board it can also make $12
4 Mr. & Mrs. Payton Watson, their dependents. emphasize that these stablesare arrangements with the Stable. .
771-6666 for all the military people on It's a new look at the Stables;
this base and the same with new people and new horses
Take 103rd to Firestone 19-24
Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks professional instruction goes for and new equipment. It's a great
Past Forrest High -School. all. We encourage the ser way to spend an afternoon and Married
EASY RIDER This young lady vicemen who have never ridden a easy on that bankroll too, and its
COLONIAL puts her horse through a few horse as well as those who think all there for the serviceman and
warm-up paces around the corral they are experts to come over.' his family.
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389-3483
weekends. r Sri; 'wr M ar ,* W.OF ROOSEVELT

; 388-3583 6413 ROOSEVELT
r AT HAS
Stay at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn
in the Continental U.S.* at Y2 the regularrate

on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

nights.You don't have to be In uniform.All you S'S ca.f tc. iAFS

need is your 10. "Ho i. of' Ovo/.fy food Cedar Hills Shopping Cenrrr:
Next time you get a weekend pass, 'Blanding Boulevard

unwind in style at Sheraton. 'ALL BAY SUNDAY'

: *Reservations are accepted on a
"Standby Basis" only and are subjectto Reset Turkey and Dressingwith

space availability at time of check-in. Giblet Gravy and Cranberry Sauce
Offer does not apply to the St. Regis-

Sheraton in New York City. '.". -aa Choice of,Vegetable
(SSheratonJacksonville ) Tossed Roll & Butter Salad $ 1 5 9 5

Choice of Dessert .
Tea or Coffee

Hotel Lunch 1UOO: 'til 2:00Page Dinner 4:00: 'til 8:00:

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SUNDAY,JANUARY 18
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I CLASSIFIED ,ADVERTISING Movie

Publisher I NAS: 'TIGER BY THE TAIL' -

: Call: 388-2755 ScheduleMovies Color drama starring

JAX AIR NEWS : Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday Christopher George and Dean
M-G ((90 mins). ..
NASJacksonvtlle I for publication the following Thursday. Ads Jagger.

AFTERBURNER I arriving too late for this deadline will be will be shown nightly at HOSPITAL: 'IF IT'S TUESDAY,

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : published the following week unless the the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. THIS MUST BE BELGIUM'eenuw

I publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or There will also be a kiddie .- ..

I money order ;for the i tuii CGSt of the ad must be h.rvtolinoAat....)._ ._._9 r n>..m... u.CatitrrlaM......__J .Mini.... a" ,nutvUAY,JANUARY .9

: received WITH the copy for the ad. regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand
4747 San Juan Avenue 1 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) 2.00 holidays.The NAS: 'ANYONE CAN PLAY' -

Jacksonville, Florida I Hospital Theater will have Color comedy -starring Ursula
Andress and Virna Lisi. A-G ((88
I Per additional line ((4 words per line) S0.50: one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil
Field will have two nightly shows mins).

during the week at 5:30: and 8p.m. HOSPITAL: 'TIGER BY THE

Matinees will be shown on TAIL'

EMPLOYMENTT: (:: : :: PUREBREDGERMANSHEPHARDPup, Female, All shots, Housebroken, :\11jT.A: S.PO..T... X weekends at 2 and 5 p.m.

Wonderful with children, $25. Call tv.\ ..,. .. <. d .'.:r\.T. :, :,r:.. TUESDAY JANUARY 20
Anders 772.2900 between 8 & .4. THURSDAY JANUARY 15
NAS 'TIlE WRECKING CREW'
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NAS: 'ALFRED THE GREAT'Color -
SERVICE WIVES Color spy melodrama starring
AUTOMOBILES drama starring David
CLERICALJOBS OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE PURNISHED Dean Martin Sharon Tate and
East and West Coast 353.3691. and Michael York. M-
Jobfinders. 1372 Cassat, 387.5626 or One Welsh and Shetland Pony $100.00. Hemmings Elke Sommer. M-E (104( mins).
1022 Park Street, 3547888. One used saddle. $35.00 725-5735 VG. ((122 mins).
HOSPITAL 'ANYONE CANPLAY'
IMS DODGE DART HOSPITAL: 'SOME KIND OF :

.4 dr, AT, R & H, One-owner. Call 771- NUT' Color comedy starring
FOR SALE 5916. Dick Van Dyke and Angie
NEW BANK Frigidaire Refrigerator $25. Good WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21
Dickinson. M-VG ((69 mins).
5 Points Guaranty Bank is now ac. Condition. Call 772.8906 after 4 p.m. ..
cepting applications for Feb. opening.If FRIDAY JANUARY 16 NAS: 'THE BATTLE OF THEBULGE' :
Interested and have bank teller im OLDS CUTLASSV8 NAS 'WINNING' Color drama
:
experience please call Mr. Graham or .4 dr., One owner, 13,000 actual Color War drama
Mrs. Feagin. 3847541.MISCELLANEOUS. Call INTERIOR HOUSE PAINTING miles. 7817325. starring Paul Newman and starring Henry Fonda and Robert
772.0352 Anytime.
Joanne Woodward. M-E (123 Shaw. G-E ((163 mins).

mins). HOSPITAL: 'THE WRECKING
: 1,111,1e1111eWed HOSPITAL: 'ALFRED THE CREW'CLIPPER'SILVERLIHE
iil CHEVELLE STA. WAG.
I: f&\:MOBILE HOMES::: :i 307 V-8, 3 Seat, 3 spd. trans, 16,000 GREAT'
miles $2,050. 7729863. SATURDAY,JANUARY 17

NAS: 'IF IT'S TUESDAY, THIS

MUST BE BELGIUM' Color
DOYOUWANTTOBE FOR SALE starring Suzanne
comedy
DISC JOCKEY? MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSON VILLE 1968 Montessa (Scorpion) 250 cc Exc. CRAFT
and Ian McShane. G-
For information dial 3568351. (Azalea Mobile Home Park) /. Mile shape, Custom chromed frame & Pleshette
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near exhaust pipe. Ex. trail bike. Have VG ((99 mins). MERCRUISER
schools and shopping center. Clean, spare engine & racing exhaust HOSPITAL: 'WINNING'ili STERNDRIVES
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS and reasonable rates. Manager on system. Cost new $889-price ""9. Ph.
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape premises. Children and pets welcome. 2644295. MERCURY
players. At dealers cost to liquidate 6301 Roosevelt 389.9226. 120th St. '"p OUTBOARDS
stock. Full warrantyl! Phone 7710409.
1959 VW
Rebuilt 40 HP Eng., Low miles, New EXPERT
HELPIOVERSTOCKEDSewing JUSTISS TRAILER PARK mounts, Custom Int., Body needs work REPAIR
machines, Zig-Zags $34.50. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Good dune buggy prospect, Call \ Glass SHOP :t
trailer and Apts. 3893007. Frush 387.3929 after 5:00.: Make offer. FACTORY ''
Straight sew $14.50. Singer Golden exeelaafrefeM.m. I IM I
Sew $59. Singer Golden Touch & Sew TRAINED '
$78. Several consoles, $14. Electrolux BELMONT Cleaiers ft Landry MECHANICS ,
vacuum cleaner, $14.50. Stereo FOR SALE
12 x 55 AC, $500 down and take up
console model $69. All guaranteed.Cash payments. 7236 Blanding Lot 113. By 1969 Bultaco Pursang (MK3)) 250CC, 36 25 Washers
or terms. Bank AmeriCard Owner. HP. Scrambler mos. oldElect.Ign., 264.9835
welcome. Come see or call. Open 8 to Never bored, Good cond., Moto X, SO Dryerss( )
8 daily, 1 to 6 Sunday.. Knobby tires, Cost New $950 .price INLET MARINESales
RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER, $735. Call2644295.. HOURS: 8:30: 8.30:
6437 Wilson Blvd.771-5028 "Ae--Ie II11111111 1e11R

i; ;kj i;::.!REAL ESTAT. El; K ff.1 l U.S. SAVINGS I OHO Day ServiceJAX ft ServiceHwy

OILHEATERS IL IHIIIUNII. BONDS NAS Nearest Laundry 17 Orange Park

1.1
Cleaned and Serviced. Central Units,
Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur '.
naces. Tylers Heating and Air Con- MOBILE HOME LOTIn
ditioning. Lake Shore-4711 Palmer Clay County, 15 miles from NAS.
Ave. 3885161.GEORGE'S. 130 x 169 ft., Flowing well, Septic tank,
. Light Pole, 2 Utility sheds on slabs, No other used car gives
$2700 cash. Write P. O. Box 44. Orange youso
Park, Fla. 32073.

Dogs and Cats boarded.KENNELS Free pickupand little for
delivery Est. 1925, Poodle your money.
Grooming Reasonable, 5085
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and BEAUTIFUL .

Edgewood) 339.0064CHRISTMAS S Near Jax GROVE NAS PARK. Immediate HOMES oc So little gasoline. l

cupancy. 3 BR, 2 B, family room, all So little oil.
brick, city water and sewage $21,600up. Solittleupkeep.
LAYAWAY VA or FHA. And when you buy a used car that
LEFT UNCLAIMED
Paul C. Armstrong, Real Estate *
Singer automatic zlg zag sewing has our 100guarantee sign you
Park.
1120 Hwy. 17 Orange
machine in beautiful walnut console. Mrs. Raines also get very little to worry about:

Customers left area, pay layaway Day.264.9591) Night 264 6631 We'll repair or replace major
balance $78 cash or $9 per month. mechanical working parts for 30 days
Phone 353.1946 Ask for
night.
day or
1000 miles. Whichever first
or comes
Credit Manager. Will deliver, no
obligation. 1606 Main St. Dealer. FOR SALE OR RENT How much more could you ask forarh.d.dl.rp.e'onl..rIDO'.bupdor.pV
House and Apts. Equity VA & FHA
resales. Low down. Call Powell or
Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. '( .Hit auk4konu..donwoud.had..orwablulb.4.r,1..m.nd.1.cnmoI.yi.mf l ? r00day.oI000s,4n. ,...hkb..rcomeG.r.1I. .
FOR SALE ORANGE PARK REALTY .oppliti Wily,lo turi ihol hav*pomd our Ipoml Inaction.

3 piece dining room set. Table, Break- MILITARY. FREE NOTARY
front, Buffet, Walnut finish. 3 piece
Sect. sofa. Call L. E. Breeding. 264- 61 YW SUN ROOF $700 67 YW SEDAN $1400

6296 after 5:30.: Heater, New Paint. Radio & Heater.
HIDDEN WATERS
Acres of high, dry wooded home sites. 62 YW SEDAN SC95RadioHeater 68 YW SEDAN $1600
Permanent vacation, retirement.
Radio 6> Heater
LOST Waterfront & water access. Sensible
Little Princess Dinner Ring. Very prices, low taxes, terms. Blanding 64 YW SEDAN $995 68 YW FAST LACK $1995
small and diamond shaped. Sen Blvd., 220-B, Rt. 220, let 209 two'miles.
timental value. Reward Is offered.No LaRue's 7253992. Radio 8t Heater. 4 Spd., Air.

question asked. Call, Barbara 64 YW '1500' SEDAN $1095
69 YW SEDAN
Reynolds, 772-3414, before 6 p.m. or $1100
772-0301 after 7 p.m. Door, Radio tt Heater. Radio & Heater.

: .'.:./(;;{::;'.!ii RENTALS' :!f.i!;! ;!;;r.jii&t; : 65 YW SEDAN $1150. 65 MUSTANG $1115

Radio ft Heater. 2-Door Hardtop, V-8, Auto trans., R4H.

Includes ROLLEI 3.5F FLEX Xenotar 2'*lens CAMERA, lens hood ; 66 YW SEDAN $1250 66 YW STA. WAGON $1595VVW
2 BR., APART. FURN.
Radio & Heater.
and 2 filters, Rolleiflash, camera case r
mins. to NAS. All
5
Park
contact and gadget AZI bag.McCue$175., 7723055.For add. Info. Orange electric, TV& linens & etc. optional.Will .6884.. 66 YW FAST PACK $1495 STA. WAG $2695
264
rent to TAD or bachelors Radio & Heater 'BUS' Air Cond.



IMPORTER wooden ware OVERSTOCKEDWith nativity sets, etc. 2 BR., FURN. HOUSE WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN
INC.
Buy now at wholesale prices, much at 8466 New York Ave. 'z mile NAS.
cost 2642688. Rent on yearly basis only. fir. furn., ,
AC, 388.9886.

POSTAGE STAMP BUSINESS a> 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511 R) -

Over 1,080 catalog value. World wide
varieties, many high values. Also LAKESIDE, ESTATES. OPEN DAILY I TO 8:30: SATURDAY 8 TO 5. SUNDAY I TO 6 PMI
supplies, wholesale sources, etc., too Orange Park. House unfurn, 4 BR., 3
for Baths, Built in Kitchen, Large woodedlot.
Yours only
much to mention here. .
26..367.
$250. 2642688.



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Twenty-Year VeteransJax $9,175, BonusJax

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The Hurricane Huntersof year naval career. He reported to year ended on a rich
VW-4 highlighted the careers VW-4 in November 1968 followinga note for AW2 Thomas G.
k of two of their fellow members tour of duty with VP-31, NAS Paramore of Dothan, Ala.
during retirements ceremonieslast North Island, San Diego. Since December 31,he was reenlistedon
month. reporting here he has served as board Patrol Squadron Five
LCdr.D.R. Rowden ended a 21 squadron training officer and 1II 1\ by Cdr. H. C. Abelein, com
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officer in charge of the
manding officer of the squadron,
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Hurricane Hunter's annual for a period of six years. For this
detachment to Roosevelt Roads, reenlistment, Paramore
Puerto Rico. LCdr. Rowden also collected a variable reenlistment
served 10 years as an enlisted bonus of $9,175.Paramore .
aerograpber's mate and nine -. enlisted in the Navyin
years as an N.F.O. 1965. After completing AT 'A'
Joining the Fleet Reserve after School and CRAG training, he
20 years of Naval service is ADJCL. reported to Patron Five the
f G. Williams. His brother, Cdr. % : 'Mad Foxes,' for duty in June
R.L. Williams, presently head of T ..; _
the NAS Data Processing 1967.He made a deployment to
Department, read the chief's WestPac in 1967 with the
retirement orders. Paramore Presents Check To Wife squadron and was, awarded an
Chief Williams attended ADJ
Air Medal for meritorious
'B' School prior to reporting to )
achievement in aerial flight as a
LCdr. Rowden VW-4 in 1967.During his tour with VP-16 Plane Commander crewmember engaged in combat

them he was assigned as operations in Southeast Asia. He
SPACIOUS K. PEACEFUL NATOPS evaluator and then was advanced to AT2 in April
MARSHALL ACRES became supervisor of thesquadron's May Be Navy's YoungestJax 1968, and changed his rating to
check division.
9359103rd St. night AW2 in May 1969.
Jacksonville's newest & .,.:.... .(j.gJ) Glen R. Jarboe Glen met the challenge and is
most modern mobile home became the Navy's youngest now in command of his own crew.
community is now open for Patrol Plane Commander at the VP-16 offers the opportunity to O, .
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your inspection. Large age of 23. He earned the make patrol plane commander to let

44x1'V lotsCNLY ...ilf > designation by demonstrating an energetic junior officer :YOUR I INCOME I TAX
$35 PER MO. :" ." consistently outstanding work, regardless of rank, provided they
Swimming pOOl, tennis flying ability,and profession demonstrate the responsibility, JEANNETTECRISP
court shuffleboard court, -rj lism. maturity, and professionalismto
B-B-Q pit picnic tables From Arlington, Texas, Lt. attain this position. In fact, the
built for your enjoyment. 8 Jarboe attended the University of Eagles have four lieutenant
Act Today' Texas for two years prior to entering (junior grade) commanders, lookketpfii Service
EL VERANO MOTOR COURTMr. the Naval Aviation Cadet perhaps the greatest number of
F.S.Martin,Manager Program. Before entering flight plane commanders of that rankin
training at Pensacola he was in a squadron in othe entire Navy. INSTANT SERVICE
396-2924 the inactive reserve in Dallas.After Jarboe, when asked how he felt OR BY APPOINTMENT
For Full Details earning his wings, he about having his own crew and
Chief Williams received further training and aircraft, responded, 'Santa Claus PHONE. 771-1865
reported to the VP-16 Eagles. was good to me this year.' But, 771-5953
on the serious side,he said he was
w To be responsible for a $6- happy to serve in patrol aviation 3823 Blanding Blvd.
million aircraft and a crew of 12 where a young officer can have ACROSS FROM
is no small task. The both a good feeling of CEDAR MILLS THEATRE
We loan qualification procedures and achievement and of respon-
standards are extremely high. siblity.

master.
THE '

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dollars BALLOU &,,;jtnder, : New Management
Italian & American Food
Family Style Dining Room
CDR. USN Ret.
FEATURING THE

every dayWhen INSURANCEINVESTMENTS PIZZA

I BE1T !! MOTORS

Financial i I Estate Planning I OPEN DAILY:
you're big enough to loan that much Insurance Programs lOAMIilMIDNIOMITUESDAY ) P-L-E-N-T-Y

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Club Schedules J: ; "' ";




KMIKJACKKTSINN:. : I .,

Messenger: ( the Masses will appear on stage tonight, and tomorrow ., ; .," '! .. .,. ... ., ,, ,
'" '
evening the .ameloLs will provide the music, Saturday the club will I ,
feature Phil Cay and the Chantels. On Sunday the club will be closed
from ::1 to 7M:: p.m., but will reopen at 7:10:: ) p.m. with music by the '..,,\ ,
.
'
.
Phases of Fiction until midnight Tommy C and the Seminoles and Mel /, '. ; ,
Laden; and the Lazy Rhythm Girls will provide country-western entertainment "
on Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday night the Four of
Clubs will be on stage.!
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ArKY-IUJCKYCI.111' : : f,' .
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It's the fabulous Four of Clubs tomorrow night and Saturday at the
Ai-ey-Ducey Club. Dance to the best of popular and contemporarymusic
when they appear on stage from 8:11I:: ) p.m. to 12:30:: a,m,
l
('PC)('I.lm r

Countrywestern music by Mel Gaden and the Lazy Rhythm Girls
will l be featured at the club tomorrow evening On Saturday the menu .
specialty will be the sirloin steak dinner, and Mark Castle will be on : : .
stage for dancing entertainment. Tommy C and the Seminoles will be f; ;'! ,
:'J. "., "., ,. ...
there when the will
Sunday menu offer prime rib roast for only $1.95. ::

.1 FIGHTER-TRAINER EXHIBIT OPENS. An A-37 ground attack aircraft, like this one, will be at
OFFICERS. cum
Regency Square tomorrow through Tuesday. The trainer version of this aircraft, the T-37, is includedin
tu' the exhibit. The public may view this display from 10 a.m.to 9 p.m.daily. Admission is free.
Dance) the tunes of the Clubsmen tomorrow evening, and onSaturd..y'
see! Johnny Jelinck from 8:30:: () p.m to 12:30: a.m. The Family
Buffet will be featured(Sunday night. The main club will be closed ""
Monday, hut the package store will be open as usual. Tuesday night <;3Yv"
diners may select their meals from the special a la carte menu. \ % \ % '
..
IISO) -Gl\IWlfH\t 1.1it-
MN IN THEMi\\
I Enjoy: free refreshments at the USO this evening and tomorrow
night be there for the 'Girl of the Month' dance. 'Kathy ()' will be the I -:
free feature movie Saturday, beginning at 7 p.m. Play the game of SQUEEZE'
your choice Tuesday, and on Wednesday hear disc jockey Al I Albert ON
play the latest tunes from it to II p.m.
:: N: .Yi';: .. ,...4,N v7'+.N4':{Dd4v

.I'UAKveryorie .
,
I: is invited to attend the 'Chili Supper' to be held Saturday nYiidV11E CAN HELPBALANCE
by the FICA Branch and Unit 12(5( al7(>73: Blandmg Blvd. from 5 lo 9 p.m.
The! menu includes chili salad, saltines and tea or coffee. Tamaleswill
also be available for a small additional donation THE
Prices of donations for the supper are one dollar for adults and 50
cents for children. Tk-kels may be purchased from members of the SCALE
Branch or Unit and will also be available al the door. ..


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I' NATT Center In The News I

By SN Pat Williams


There is a need, more than ever In the UCMJ portion of the help plenty on the military AEC Billy W. Williams doesn't Floyd Dunaway of NATTC
today,for good leaders in civilian course, efforts are made to have leadership and advancementtests. have quite as many years in as Medical next month.That's when
and military life. Since very few the students observe an actual If you are a short timer Chief Brandes -only 17 but he he receives his appointment to
people are 'born leaders,' court-martial. Other parts of the getting out soon, let's face it, still reenlisted for three years. He ensign in the Medical Service
leadership training is a must. In course, in addition to the UCMJ, good civilian jobs require is also an AE School instructor.AOC Corps, Regular Navy.
order to help local commands are: military courtesy, drill and leadership abilities too. Joseph A.Jennings,an AO
the U.S.
He will be to
t with their leadership training command, democracy versus After attending this school, you instructor, shipped over for Naval going Ad-
School of
programs, NATTC has communism, and the Code of will have more confidence in two years. He has been in for 15 Hospital
established a leadership school. Conduct. yourself, and 'being in charge'will years. By the way, Chief Jen- ministration at 'Bethesda, Md.,
r for four weeks of indoctrinationand
The school is patterned, to a The drill and command is the not come quite as hard. nings is Institutional from there he'll be
certain extent, after the Chief marching phase in which Representative of Boy Scout Medical Service
to
Petty Officer's Academy at students take charge of the class REENLISTMENTSAVCM Troop No. 131. reassigned a
Pensacola.It and lead them through various The only reenlistee without a Corps officer billet.

is co-ed, open to E-6's and patterns on the field. Brandes, AOC Jennings, chief's hat on was A02 Larry T. Dunaway, who has over seven
below, and each class runs for Films are shown, and there are AEC Williams, and A02 Phillips Phillips. This was his second years in, reported here from VF. ..
three weeks. There are no stiff exercise periods, weather per started out the New Year right. enlistment, and it is for six years. 103 at Oceana, Va. in July 1968.,
mitting. The leadership school They shipped over. He'll catch with
tests or complicated forms to up those chiefs We offer congratulations, a
any
instructors are well qualified On Jan.7, all four of them
little
in advance to the
complete, all need is corpsmanand
you your yet.Folks
division officer's recom NATTC personnel, EMC Richard stood in front of Capt. Kennedy, should be saluting HM1 his wife, Judith Ann.
mendation and a set of TAD Helms.and BT1 George Cancro. raised their right hands, and ... ..
Most graduates believe that the repeated after him...
orders to NATTC Jax.
NATTC leadership course is well Master Chief Victor P. Brandeshas
'.tf Once enrolled you'll find that worth the time and effort for the longest time in-27 years.
the classes are small, anywherefrom Navy personnel. This was his sixth and final
nine to 21 students. The The competition in the Navy reenlistment. It is for three

routine is mostly informal instead with of for promotion to the petty officer years. Chief Brandes reportedhere
discussion periods ranks will be getting tougher from RVH-12 in March 1967
straight lectures. You may even because of the cut-back in per- to be an instructor at the AE
get a field trip. sonnel. Leadership school can School.

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Chief and Mrs. Mers are 'piped ashore.'


Five Navy Careers EndedJaxSeveral


chiefs and a first Air Operations Maintenance,
class stationed here retired in Department conducted: dual
DEMOI NEW DEMOSI! a ceremonies that included piping retirement ceremonies for AKC
69 IMPERIAL LeBARON I Three-69CHRYSLER them over the side and the Guy A. Humphries and AMSC

{ 4-Door Hardtop. Light Blue, NEWPORTSFully presentation of farewell gifts. Alfred B. Oellerich.
Fully equipped. equipped, Green, Aircraft Maintenance Depart- The U. S. Naval Hospital was
Original price 57,700 Bronze or Briar. ment piped over 20-year veteran, the site of 29-year navyman,
Original price $4,800 ADRI George Heaton. His HMCM Curtis T. Woodall's

NOW ONLY$5,700 NOW ONLY 3,550 friends presented him with a retirement. Chief Woodall was
30.30 rifle for deer hunting enlisted assistant to the Chief of
BRAND NEWI NEW AND DEMOSI Heaton plans to begin farming Hospital Personnel. He plans to
69 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER Elght-69. CHRYSLER north of Jacksonville do a lot of fishingaround Florida
2-Door Hardtop. Light green, YNCS John F. Mers, leading while he is deciding where he will
Fully equipped. +r A01 STATION WAGONS chief of military personnel office settle.
,
Original price. Wide range of colors and was piped over after 30 years of
ONiY$4,499 equipment, 6 and 9- active naval service
NOW W models. during a f141.i
passenger t
AAA PHONE
to $0/UUU ceremony presided over by NAS .
Original prices up 388 8')35
NEW DEMOSI Commanding Officer, Capt. H. 0.
I Two- NEW YORKERS[ SAVE up to $1,600 Cutler. Chief Mers and his family 1 l
Fully Equipped, Only,I 2,000 will remain in the Jacksonvillearea. -
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'"_ Reemployment
\

Guaranteed By1967Service

1 Act

Each year more than 700,000
members of our Armed Forces
return to civilian life and to their
former jobs or seek other types of
employment. The Military
Selective Service Act of 1967
::
- provides reemployment rights,
$ other than a temporary 1 1kitiii
position), as set forth by the

> following He must conditions have completed: his

military service under honorable __ -

conditions.
: There is no service limitation
: i for those inducted into the Armed
Forces. For enlistees the r
limitation is five years, providedthat
service in excess of four V
'S years is at the request and for the
> : convenince of the Federal
Government, (plus any period of
additonal service imposed \ --S-
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pursuant to law(. For reservistsand -
TO COMMANDER The newest Nurse Corps commander at the National Guardsmen, the .
Naval Hospital is Cdr. Ruth G. Spence (r). She received her silver oak limitation is four years (plus
leaves from Capt.Ma reel la E. Smith,chief of Nursing Service, during additional service under certain INTRAMURAL CHAMPS The Round Five bowling team from
at the hospital FICEUR received the top awardas Capt. H.O. Cutler hands the trophyto
a ceremony conditions specified by the law)
The only military service counted Capt.W.V.Moore and team captain Royce Wells.

toward the time limit is that
which interrupts the person's
latest period of civilian em-
ployment which he left to enter Military Leidtrskip Exam ScheduledJax
military service.He .
must apply for reem-

ployment within 90 days from the The E-4, E-5 the February ad.
date of separation from active
military service or from military leadership vancement in rating
hospitalization extending for a examinations will be examinations.
period of not more than one year held Tuesday in the Tuesday is the final

after separation.He Educational Services opportunity to take the
must be qualified to per-
form the duties of his former Office testing room test before next month's
r-i position or another position for located on the second exams. The deadline for
which placement is being con- deck of.Bldg. 955. test recommendations

sidered.In Successful completion is Monday at 4 p.m., and
addition to the above
of the Military recommendations
benefits, a person must be con-
L sidered for all promotions for Leadership test is a submitted after that
I' which he would have been con- prequisite for all perdate will not be ac
1'
Lk_ A sidered had he not been absent sonnel I planning to take cepted.
for military service. Upon return
INTERNS GRADUATE .. Lts. from military service he is en-
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1k'IaEO Wells Jr. ((2nd, r) received their have had, had he remained in his OILeMASTERCHARGE Credit Card Honored -
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after completing a year's entitled to rentention after MALL
)t medical internship at the Naval reemployment for a period of one ROOSEVELT
Hospital. Making the presen year, except where separationfor
tations were Capt. C.W. Lewis Jr. cause becomes necessary.An .
'(far, I), hospital commanding employee whose agency wash
officer, and Capt. R.R. Gillespy fails to restore him or improperly car
Jr., chief of Medicine and restores him after military
CHICKENDINNER director of Intern Training. service, has the right to appealthe
action. Such appeals shouldbe MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
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Eighth Annual Golf Standings MadFoxesRipVW-4 in

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J Tourney Set at JaxJax BasketballAMERICAN Cage /Action MondayJaxIntramural


Among the expected 20 teams VP.5 5-0 cage action The big showdown between
NAS Athletic Director
-
and VP-5 for the
resumed Monday night after a NARTU
. Frank McCaffrey has announced will be three Jax area teams with NARTU 40VP45
holiday break and the Mad Foxesof American League lead will take
Cecil Field 3.2NATTC
defending champion
Annual
plans for the Eighth VP-5 picked up right where place Jan. 28, provided of course
Southeast Invitational back to make a bid to retain the 2-2
Military they left off by rolling to their they're not upset before then.
Golf Tournament to be played ont coveted title. Cecil Field also Admin 2.3AC
the Jax Golf Course March 4-6., boasts the medalist champion as Maint. 1.2VW4 fifth straight win without a AFEES
The 54-hole tourney will feature Jerry Foley edged out teammateJeff 1-3 defeat. Opener,
. military golf teams from six Howell by one shot when he AFEES 0.1FilWeaFac The hapless victim this time
was the quintet from VW-4 as the AFEES was welcomed into the
.
fired three round total 220. 0-5
' states with 100 a w
nearly
par Foxes bounced them 8050. American League following the
ticipants expected to enter. Brittle Favorite/ Holding only a 10-point lead at the holiday break but Admin didn't

Heading the Jax Navy team NATIONAL half, 37.27, VP-5 poured it on in show much courtesy as they
Dolphin Tickets will be Walt Brittle of the NAS ComFairJax 3-1 the second half with Bobby ripped the newcomers 5737.
Dispensary who last year Marine Bks. 2.1 Cochran leading the way with 20 Tim Sweeney was right on
finished fifth in the individual Hospital 2.1 tallies, and teammate Ken Ar- target for the winners as he
OR Sal. Today standings with a 228. Brittle will
679th 2.1 thur adding 18. popped in 16 points with Bob
have to be considered one of the Medical 2.2 Hitting the double figure mark Tuscan adding 15 and Art Cronk
Jax-Special Services reports favorites on his home course MARTD 2-2 for the losers were Ken Hedrick another 10 to put the game out of
t that ticketsfor the Jacksonville after completing a fine 1969 Air Ops 1-2 with 21, Roy Dombroski, 12, and reach.
:' University basketball games season in military golf tour- MAD 1.2 l John Tanicredi with 10. The only bright spot from
continue to move at a brisk pace naments. FICEUR 0-3 AFEES was Randy Lightner's 14
\. and are now offering ducats for NARTU Undefeated points.
.
: the game Friday between JU and Fliers Weekend

:. the Virgin Islands. NARTU stayed hot on the heelsof I Ladder TovrMineRt j
f, Tickets are also on'sale for the Games CancelledJax VolleyballNARTU VP-5 as they remained unbeaten
i: Dolphins-St. Peters contest Jan. in four contests by Jax-The Athletic Departmenthas
The Jax Navy Fliers downing VP-45, 5245. announced that all retired
? 30.Now 4-0
i is an excellent time to get basketball games scheduled last Jim Thomas was the big gun and active personnel can now
4-1
: those tickets for the nationally- weekend with Albany Navy at Dispensary for the winners as he fired in 18 enter a Jadder tournament for
: ranked Dolphins and Special Albany, Ga., were cancelled FICEUR VW-4 2-1 1.2 points and Jim Foster supportedhim ping pong and handball.
Services is the place to get them. because a bus driver was not 1.1 with 17. Details will be drawn up
They are located in Building 704, available. Hospital 1-2 For the losers Randy Parmleywas pending the interest shown. All
Saratoga and Mustin Rd. This weekend the Fliers are Hospital high man with 13 and Fred those interested should call the
travel to Savannah FAETU 1.3
scheduled to ,
Jordan added 12. Athletic Office at ext: 3239.
Ga., to play Hunter Army-Air 679th 0-4
Force Friday and Saturday as .
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