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Creation Date: January 22, 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 o f f 1 cl al.wwession of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or senses advertised.

_VOL. 27 NO. 42 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA nUV 1 \IBRAfiWARY( 22, 1970


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Smaller, Highly Elite Navy PlannedJax


The Navy's going to get smaller and highly elite! That's the message
passed on by top Bureau of Naval Personnel representatives during a round of
meetings conducted throughout the Jacksonville Navy Complex last week.

p' Headed by RAdm. D. W. Cooper assistant chief of personnel control for the
Bureau, the team of personnel management specialists outlined the Navy's

9t iCCdr future plans in adjusting to a smaller more efficient sea service. Cdr. D. H.

Brooks, an enlisted control officer for aviation ratings, and former commandingofficer
of a Cecil Field attack squadron addressed an enlisted audience at the
station theatre.

'Further early outs are forthcoming with the fleet. In the past senior planes ab.at: to be introducedinto
as we adjust to the chiefs were often selected to be the fleet. Within a relatively
S defense spending cuts'the youthful sent to aircraft companies for short time after the plane was in
looking commander pointed training in maintenance'of the the fleet, the chiefs often com-
out. 'Early separations through pleted their careers and retired,
September of 1971 may be ex SecNav VIsits and the Navy lost its corps of
pected.' maintenance specialists. To
Current Bureau plans for avoid the same problems, the
Thomas (I) relieves Cdr. Abelein continued early outs up to three Here TodayJax Navy is going to be looking for
.' months will probably continue petty officers with 8 to 14 years
l' Cdr. Thomas Takes Over throughout the reduction period. Secretary of the Navy service for F-14 training.
Asked about how early outs will John II. Chafee will make a brief Throughout the meetings held
effect men with critical NEC's one-day visit to naval activities in last week, detailers told
(Navy Enlisted Classification), the Jacksonville area on today as Jacksonville-based personnelthat
Patron Five Command the commander replied, 'We try a part of an orientation tour of the ,Bureau still remains
to issue early out policies that installations on the Eastern 'personalized' despite the shift to
will be fair to all men, no matter seaboard. automation in its handling of
Jax--Cdr. H. C. Abelein Operations in Washington, D.C. what their speciality might be.' He arrived at the Mayport Navymen. Preference cards will
relinquished his command of The new VP-5 skipper has In discussing top Navy policy Naval Station at 11:30: last night become more important as the
Patrol Squadron Five Friday as served as the squadron's effecting the Navy's future, the and remained overnight on the detailers begin the selection of
Cdr. R. T. Thomas became the executive officer for the past commander said the Chief of carrier USS Shdngri La. fitting the right than into the right
Mad Foxes new commandingofficer. year. Prior to assuming that Naval Operations is taking a Following a tour of the Naval job. The detailers stressed the
duty he served with the State 'positive look at an all-quality Station this morning in company point that they are always
VP-5 is a unit of Fleet Air Wing Department Operations Center in Navy.' with VAdm. Robert L. Townsend, receptive to preference when
.. 11, the largest operational l lI Washington.Cdr. Among the moves in that commander Naval Air Forces sending a man to his,next billet,
command under Commander direction, the Navy selected its Atlantic, he will helicopter to the Of course if every man in the
-' Fleet Air'Jacksonville<< and Capt.D. Thomas has a wide Navy oldest ships for decommissioning USS Saratoga at sea off the Navy wanted to serve at the same
W. Herlong commander FAW11 shipboard background tours, having and seryedHwo two tours,,Awhile,trying'to cut its operatingcosts Florida Coast to ,welcome the station'or homeport,'the detailers
served as guest speaker with antisubmarine warfare by l-billion in Fiscal Year would have a tougher job. But if 1
during the command change squadrons. lie is a graduate of '70. Average age of the more than at all possible they try to funnel a
100 from service is to of his
ceremony. ships pulled man one duty
the University of Nebraska. He
Also present at the ceremonywere received his commission in 1951. over 20( years. In aviation, the preferences.
Capt. C. A:, Merryman, Navy is expected to phase out its
The commander holds masters
a
chief of staff for CommanderFleet degree in financial managementfrom older aircraft and rely on newer FRA Branch 91
Air Wings Atlantic, and the models currently with the fleet.
Navy Post Graduate
Capt. J. J. DeMayo, FAW-ll's School in Monterey, Calif. As the Navy adjusts to a Marks 24th YearJax
chief of staff. smaller manpower, it will cometo
Cdr. Abelein will now report to Cdr. Thomas and his wife, depend on an even more highly
the Politico-Military Division Marian, reside with their son and trained enlisted corps to main- -Members of Branch 91 of
the staff of the Chief of Naval three daughters in Orange Park. tain its sophisticated ,weapons the Fleet Reserve Association,
systems. The Bureau's job of 5391 Collins Road, will celebrate
'Getting the right man to the their 24th anniversary of the
United States Savings Bonds right place at the right time' will establishment of the branch
become even more demanding in Saturday, Jan. 31.
I the future. Secretary Chafee The celebration will begin with
Now Pay 5 Per Cent Interest To meet those demands, the 80,000-ton carrier back from a six cocktails at 6 p.m., and will be
Bureau has developed a more month deployment with the Sixth followed by a buffet dinner and
sophisticated personnel Fleet in the Mediterranean. dancing until 2 a.m.
Jax-President Nixon recently Freedom Shares similar to those distribution system. More and Secretary Chafee will leave the Donations for attendance is two
signed the legislation which now available on Savings Bonds. more billets will be controlled by Saratoga by helicopter about dollars per person and since onlya
permits payment of 5 percent In a breakdown of activities the Bureau in the future as its 10:00: a.m. for a flight to the limited number of persons can
interest to purchasers of U. S. under CinCLantFlt with 1,000 or enlisted distribution control Jacksonville Naval Air Stationfor be accomodated, those interestedin
Savings Bonds. more civilian employees NAS system takes in additional a brief tour here. attending the celebration are
This new rate will apply to all Jacksonville recorded the lowest ratings. He will conclude his visit to the urged to pick up their tickets no
bonds sold on or after June I, 1969 percentage of participation by The commander said EM's can area at 11:15: a.m. when he leaves later than Wednesday, Jan. 28.
and shorten the original maturityof employees in Oct. 1969. Of the also look forward to changes in the air station for Cape Kennedy. Tickets may be purchased
the Series E Bond to 5 years 1,638 employees on the payroll training and reenlistment Other Florida: stops in the through Branch 91 members at
and 10 months. only 706 were payroll savers policies.For example, the Navy'snew Secretary's tour include the the Branch on Collins Road, or by
which is 43.1 percent and more F-14 will require trained Naval Air Station Pensacola and arranging for them by phoning
This means that all series E than 17 percent below the second specialists with fewer years the Naval Training Center 264-9166 264-2833, 264-9487 264-
and H Bonds that are held to lowest command. service as it becomes operational Orlando. 6045.
maturity will be increased to
5 and will also
yield
percent

schedule benefit by of an earlier improved redemptions.interim like Pay for Like Work' Aim of Wage Survey i

Holders are also assured there -
will be no advantage in Jax-The Department of Defense has begun a wage survey of private getting $1.95 an hour while a janitor working for the Army one mile
\ redeeming currently outstandingbonds industries in the Jacksonville area that will affect the pay of 6,000 blue away might be getting$2.05 for performing the same work.
to purchase new bonds. collar federal employees in Duval and surrounding Florida and The survey will also recommend pay adjustments to make sure
The Freedom Share will Georgia Counties. government pay is comparable to that in the civilian business com
continue on sale for six months The committee will be meeting in the Federal Building in munity.
from the date of the approval by Jacksonville, for the next two weeks under the chairmanship of Any wage adjustments made necessary following the survey will
the President, which was Dec. 1, Dominic Worsowicz of the air station's Civilian Personnel Depart- become effective in March, according to those. men conducting the
1969. This continuation period ment. survey.
r will provide a reasonable time for Upon the issuance of the new pay rates all counties will convert their
; subscribers to convert to the Committee members will contact approximately 100 firms in the blue collar workers to a uniform, classification system under the
purchase of Savings Bonds and area in an attempt gather wage data information under the Defense Coordinated Federal Wage System.
\ will also facilitate payroll and Department's Coordinated Federal Wage System. Government employees in Clay, Flagler, Nassau and St. Johns
accounting changes. Legislation The coordinated system was initiated to ensure that employees of Counties" as well as Duval in Florida, and the Georgia Counties of
j is also in the works now to the government receive like pay for like work. At present in some Camden and Charlton will be affected by the survey.
provide authority for an ex- areas of (the country surveys have indicated that pay for the same job Post Office employees in the seven counties will not be affected by
tension of maturity date of might vary. For example a janitor working for the Navy may be the survey results.

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New Form ReturnsWASHINGTON ......._ .....,,.."..'.,........,... .>>.0.-: .;:...:......:.:..... "'''''''.''.'.'"'''.'. 1
Simplifies

Common CadenceThe .I. )>;'vefle

(AFPS) shortform, filed by 18 million .I
The more than three million taxpayers last year has been c92ece.x .
servicemen expected to file Fed- eliminated. However, the new
turbulent 60s will be remembered for diverse events: the eral income tax returns for 1969 form will enable nearly half of :. ;:: saaa: ; xsaw_:<<:

footprint of man on the moon; assassinations of great leaders; the so- 'will all use the new style 1040 all taxpayers to file by using:
called military-industrial complex; a diverse misture of progress and form unveiled recently by the only one side of a single page, CATHOLICNaval

of disappointment, of high hopes and dim Views. Internal Revenue Service. The the IRS said.Taxpayers.

Some of the more important developments of the last decade new tax form has been designedso Air Station I
directly affected the man in uniform. When the protests of citizens that, regardless of financial with special tax the
circumstances, it can be used situations need only add to
the realm
edged beyond of peaceful demonstration, the man in additional or
in bracket. basic form pages
by taxpayers any SUNDAY MASS 9&lla.m.
uniform there. When Communist demanded
was aggressiveness a Card form 1040A the old schedules to meet their needs.
response, again he was there. DAILY MASS ll:30a.m.:

The citizen-soldier, very much a part of the'60s. He participatedin j rrru .v.r Confessions will be held

space missions; he explored the mysterious ocean depths; and he Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and from

fought where he had to fight. In short, the man in uniform served as he 5 to 6 p.m.

has always served: with he highest sense of duty and honor. J{ Jlf lt '
This is not to say the'military mind' led him on unthinking, obliviousof Naval Hospital

the sometimes violent changes around him. Quite the contrary: he

sometimes went off in different directions himself, torn internally by a but observe different SUNDAY MASS 8 a.m.
The two air station dining halls serve the same menu
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
,breakfast a.m. to 730! a.m. dinner11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to NATTC
5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.;
dinner. 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m.; supper 5:00 p.m. to :15.: Both Dining halls observe -
the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a.m. to SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
8:30: a.m.jbrunch :30a.m. to 12:30: p.m.; and supper 4 pm.toS:30: p.m. Bldg. 500
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25
cents;dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents.
A The following is the menu for the week of Jan. 22 through Jan. 29: PROTESTANTNaval

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THURSDAY, Jan.22
Dinner Hospital .
Chicken Noodle Soup 1
Pan Roast of Beef Brown Gravy SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES
Mashed Potatoes Lyonaise Green Beans
Parsley Buttered Carrots 10 a.m.
Cherry Pie

of SupperCream Potato Soup Naval Air StationSunday
Barbecued Spareribs Barbecue Sauce
world of nebulous values. But he could,as a last resort, look to his own Shoe String Potatoes Steamed SauerkrautButtered I
ideals to set him right; he could hark to his own tradition that throughthe Green Beans
Peanut Butter Cake Fluffy Icing Church School 9 a.m.
most tumultuous times has remained constant.He .

could, as Admiral John S. McCain Jr., commander in chief FRIDAY, JAN.23 Junior Church 10 a.m. 1
Pacific, recently told all U.S. servicemen of his command, 'Reaffirmin BreakfastHot Divine Worship Service 10 a.m. l

word and action the values and traditions which have sustained GritsCreamed Beef Toast Bldg. 750EpiscopalCommunion \
Eggs to Order Chipped on 8:30: a.m.
American men in uniform so magnificently for nearly two centuries, Home Fried Potatoes I Raised Doughnuts
reflecting not only the hightest sense of honor and justice, but also that Dinner Bldg. 750JuniorYouthFeJJowship
sense of compassion understanding and tolerance which has con- Oyster Stew
and
Fish Platter of Perch Shrimp Scallopsor
sistently marked the American commitment.' Baked Chicken and Rice 5pm.
Admiral McCain took the full measure of our turbulent times and did Macaroni Au Gratin Buttered Broccoli Bldg.722

not shirk mentioning the fallability of men and nations. He struck upon Lemon French Supper Cream Pie

the yardstick by which the military man might judge his direction in Split Pea Soup TuesdaySenior
the bright new decade ahead when he said, 'The measure is less the Chicken Caclatore Boiled Spaghetti Choir Rehearsal 5 p.m.

occasional stumbel than how quickly and sharply the common Pizza Bread Pie Pudding Buttered Strawberry Mixed Vegetables Sauce Bldg. 750

cadence of our heritage is restored..Let us get on with our duties.' ThursdayChristian ,
SATURDAY, JAN.24
Early Breakfast Science Service 8 p.m.
A Gift of Hot Farina Eggs to Order Griddle Cakes
AcknowledgmentBy
Baked Sausage Patties Brunch Raisin Rolls NATTCDivine

Chaplain Robert C. Franklin Vegetable Soup Spanish Beef Patties Cottage Fried PotatoesButtered
Whole Kernel Corn Worship 12 p.m.
The old adage 'familiarity breeds contempt' is not restricted in its w.Fruit Gelatin Bldg. 500
application merely to the personal relationship of one man to anotherbut Supper
Cream of Tomato Soup Pepper Beef Steak Brown Grev, Evening Worship 6p.m.
well and his to this extent
it appllies equally as to man concepts: ,
Mashed Potatoes' Buttered Soccotash Broccoli Polonaise Bldg. 500
that often times concepts most frequently used by man lose their Spcice Cake Butter Cream Icing
precision and definition and slip into vagueness. A case in point is the
SUNDAY, JAN.25
of WORSP.
concept Early BreakfastHot
In a few moments of reflection we discover rather quickly'' that Oatmeal Eggs to Order Minute Steaks
WORSHIP is basically acknowledgement..acknowledging that God is French Toast Bear Claws TrafficViolations
Brunch
the Supreme Being upon Whom we depend.rou or existance, our life Beef Barley Soup Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwiches i '
and all that we have. But this act of acknowledging God is exclusive to French Fried Potatoes Hot Baked Beans

intellectual being s and therefore, natural to human beings. So the Ice Cream Cups

worship of God aside from being an obligation, is really a privilegeman Mulligatawny Soup Supper Grilled Pork Chops
has as a rational being. Onion Gravy
WORSHIP has another basic idea..it is man giving something. Franconia Potatoes Baked Corn and Tomatoes
Buttered Fresh Frozen Brussels Sprouts The following is a report of
Notice, we say, giving. Yet so often our perspective is distorted so that Apple Pie motor vehicle accidents and
we talk of WORSHIP in purely selfish terms, in terms of receiving
traffic violations for the
period
MONDAY, JAN.26Breakfast
receive from God
What
something. we worshipping emotionally, Jan. 6-12.
becomes of paramount importance and often the deciding factor in
Buttered Hominy Grits Eggs to Order French Toast Number of Accidents
whether we worship God or not. How often, for example, have you Broiled Bacon Slices Twise Coffee Cake This week 1
heard people say 'I stopped going to church because I got nothing out Dinner
Knickerbocker Soup Pepper Steak Total accidents this year throughJan.
of it1'Actually Natural Pan
Gravy .
12Number 5.
we go to church to worship God which means we come Mashed PotatoesPumpkin Sauteed Corn

primarily to give God somethin, to give Him at least Pie Supper Spice Topping 1969 .of accidents throughJan.

acknowledgement. To God, our Creator and Father, we give our Vegetable Soup Roast Veal Loaf Brown Gravy Total 14.
thoughts, our love and we offer our sorrow for our sins and our humble Steamed Rice Buttered Broccoli Spears number of days since last

prayers for people. If as a result of doing this we receive peace of soul Banana Cream Pudding .injury 229. *in a motor vehicle accident

and an infusion of God's life, then we are more than content, but it is TUESDAY,JAN.27
what we have to give that should most concern us, not what we might BreakfastHot Number Violations
receive. Oatmeal Scrambled Eggs Blueberry Grid. Cakes This week 47
Baked Sausage PattiesBeef Praline Buns
DinnerChicken Speeding 10

Rice Soup Country. Style Chicken Reckless Driving 0

Glazed Sweet Potatoes Buttered Gravy Hominy Creole Green Beans Going through stop sign 3
Devil's Food Cake Vanilla Cream Icing Other violations 34

JTAX AIR NEWS Split Pea Soup Simmered Supper Corn Beef Hot Mustard Sauce Thirty drivers appeared before
Boiled Potatoes Buttered Cabbage Buttered Carrots the Traffic Hearing Board on
Ice Cream
Sundaes Jan. 15. Disposition of the cases

WEFFDSDAY.JAN.28Breakfast included the following: 13 lost
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
driving and parking privileges
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Home Hot Farina Fried Potatoes Eggs to Order Creamed Chipped Beef aboard station for various

Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Dinner Cinamon Rolls periods: 6 were assigned to

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Creole Soup Sweet Sour Pork or Chicken A La King complete an eight-hour course in

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box 2, NAS Rice Pilaff Boston Cream Pie, Buttered Asparagus remedial driving; 8 received

Jacksonville by 12O0.noon: on Monday before publication."News Supper suspensions 7 were given
;
items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone 772.3118 or Tomato Barley Soup Grilled Hamburgers
3119. Spanish StYle Lima Beans French Fried Potatoes warnings; 4 were dismissed; 6
Bread Pudding Buttered Brussels Sprouts were fined (U.S. Commissioner);
i Lemon Sauce and I referred to commanding
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries THURSDAY, JAN.2
officers for possible disciplinary
Breakfast
concerning such should be directed to: Hot Rolled Oats
Eggs to Order action. Four drivers were
Fried Ham Slices Griddle Cakes
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Dinner Cake Doughnuts assessed 10 traffic points.

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 New England Clam Chowder
Deep Fried Fish
Scalloped Ham,Macaroni and Tomatoes
Telephone 388-2755 Seasoned Spinach
Applesauce Cake Polanaise Cauliflower
Brown Sugar Icing
i Supper
VOL. 27 NO. 42 JANUARY 22 1970 Minestrone Soup Baked Lasagna Snakes are neither wet nor
Normandie Carrots Pizza PieWhipped slimy, National Geographicsays.
Butterscotch Coconut Pudding Actually, they are dry
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January 9,1970 at 0830, AK2 ,
Arrea Ray Lewis said his last r

goodbys to the Navy on the stepsof .
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C CECILP1 Supply.
During his twenty-four ((24))

years of faithful military service f _
Lewis set that I
an example others. -.- -
I may be proud of by receiving five '
1"I (5)) awards of the Navy Good

: Conduct Medal plus the Navy
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1:14 .lmll Commendation Medal,Navy Unit E ,

Commendation, China Service

... ..... .. : ....... Medal with Korean Service Medal After 24 years of active duty, AK2 Arrea Ray Lewis salutes his
( three ((3)) stars) and the
shipmates goodbye. He had been serving at Cecil Field Supply
Vietnam Service Medal (with

. four ((4)) stars), Department.
s'titi:: } :
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Lewis started his at
career
AMHC tf.A. Kent reenlisted for
NAS, Jacksonville in Feb. 1944 L
two years aboard VA-10S en HAS Association
and in Jan. 1970 'he retired at
Friday, 16 January 1970. The Mambtrs Only
NAS Cecil Field
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I ceremonies were held by Com
Arrea Lewis his wife GROUP RATES
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mander C. R.. Bowling, com.
I P Mona and their three children INCOME PROTECTION ,
manding officer of the VAM05
'Gunslingers.' plan on remaining in Fla. Theyare t 1 ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN

.I. presently living at 5263 Mutual \

Marlene Ave., Jacksonville.MRC .

AyerDecorated omilhilLI 16tlh1yrMlAll/w

William B. Philmon was Irfr 1,,,",,",f Aflilulr. Jnrfrd ."O".lul
9Monday .. .
, awarded the Navy Achievement 4 .U'It""" IH M I MM f M| Medal with the Combat V for his |IM M4 MMtW*
During impressive ceremoniesin efforts in Viet Nam. V i W.H. KADRICK, USN RETI
n I 4077 Woodcock Dr.,Suite 230
the Ready Room of Attack Call 724 7054
Squadron FORTY-FIVE on 19 I I

January, AMEI Max E. AYER

I was awarded a Captain's
A Meritorious Mast for outstanding

performance of duty while at-
I tached to this command for the

t past fifty-four months.
In his four and a half years with
morning HM-3 Jack D. the Blackbirds, AYER has MN

Bohannan received the Bronze served as Qualtiy Assurance ,+ill 1 S "'I 1 MIF
Star Medal for his work in Environmental Systems .
1 1 MMI
Vietnam. Representative where he

'wholeheartedly devoted himselfto I .-

the cause of safety through
better: maintenance.' Through :' Y I Model C.2
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Chi 11' i Bedrooms, 2 Baths our family
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I equipment with which heworked. : l .
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GoQSBBXf Cdr. A. II Hinman, Com I $v : 1, ..j Mn M/ 'UII
manding Officer, praised the a
efforts and accomplishments / r 1 ..

demonstrated by AYER He -'J

spoke of Petty Officer AYER as a dw X//j f ,/i J
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'ROBERTS degree of dedication depen Model C4Bellair's
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Smith, T. M. McDermott, and .(.I' 4 Bedrooms, Family Room,
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Expert Service Guaranteed AME1 AVER on his work as BUY
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OPEN 9 A.M. Supervisor of Aviation Main- /l, 1
Earlier by Appointment tenance Technical Library.. He
UNTIL 8 P.M. said that AYER has 'handled the s Modele.8

Later by Appointment master library and work center r A central entrance foyer
SATURDAYS to 6 PM libraries in this' squadron in a n !I separates the living and quiet
NOW
areas of C.B. You'll find 3
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384.1034 any squadron. < j !?; r roomy closets plus 'a free
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Undergoes Significant ChangeWashington R AA


D.C.-Public Law retirement system. The increase while he was on leave-without
91-93, approved recently amendsthe is effective the first day of the pay. In the latter instance the
Civil Service Retirement Law first pay period beginning after annuity will be determined under
in several significant ways. Dec. 31, 1969. the law as it was prior to the 1969
Enactment of the law achievesa The average salary used in amendments.The .
long-term Civil Service Commission computing annuities has been former minimum
objective of placing the changed from'high-five' to''high- requirement of at least five yearsof
funding of the retirement systemon three'. The high five average pay creditable civilian service has
a sound basis. In addition to is the largest annual rate been changed to 18 months.
increasing employee and agency resulting from averaging, over Where a survivor annuity is
contributions, it provides for any period of three consecutive awarded 'based on service
additional contributions by the years of creditable service, an totalling at least 18 months but
Secretary of the Treasury. employee's rates of basic pay in less than three years, the annuity
Without such provisions, the fund effect during that period, with is computed on the average
would soon have been paying out each rate weighted by the time it salary over the total civilian
more in annuities than it was was in effect. service involved.
taking in, and by 1987 the fund The service of any employeewho Heretofore,annuities to retired
would have been depleted. (1)) retires on immediate employees and survivor an- FOR SAFETY--NARF's SPECIAL"
Retirement deductions and annuity or ((2)) dies leaving a nuitants have been increased bya Process Division operated
matching 'agency contributionsare widow (or widower) entitled to percentage equivalent to, the throughout 1969 without a single TUNE UP
increased from G'/fe percent to survivor annuity is increased by percentage rise in the cost of lost-time injury in any of its
7 percent of the basic pay paid to the days of the unused sick leaveto living, as determined by the shops. Division Superintendent J. $12 9S
each employee under the his credit under a fromal leave Consumer Price Index. The Civil F. Porwell, received a safety .
system. The days of unused sick Service Retirement Amendmentsof award on behalf of the employees -' Type tin
leave thus added used in H. L/7. Type 2 only
D.
are only his division from Capt.
1969 adds 1 percent to whatever ,
counting the number of years and percentage increase is devlopedin Heile. It marked the first time ALL -f r, '
(MIaEdO months of service for ARTS
annuity the futre by the CPI. that such an outstanding safety j
computation purposes; they record had been set at the local 'NCLUDED" .
cannot be added in computing the The changes became effective facility; AUTOBAHN
)( employee's highthe on Oct.20,1969,and apply only to
employee's high-three persons who on or after that date not apply to persons who were ATLANTIC
average salary or for the purpose were employed subject to the finally separated before Oct. 20, PARK ST.& BLAND ING
of meeting the minium length of retirement law. The changes do 1969. PHONE 384-4021
service required for retirement

eligibility.Upon approval of his
CHICKEN S as
retirement an employee who ca e".t fiHows Cedar Hills Shopping Cenror
was continuously on leave *of Quality/ food Blanding Boulevard
DINNER without pay since before the
enactment date of the Civil 'ALL DAY SUNDAY9
Service Retirement Amendments
99* of 1969 could elect to have his Roast Turkey and Dressing ,
annuity commence on ((1)) the day
with Giblet Gravy and Cranberry SauceChoice
103rd & Blanding Center after the Amendments were
enacted and get the advantage of of Vegetable
771-7970 the liberalizations (e.g. high Roll & Butter $
PHONE AHEAD three-average salary) or ((2)) the Tossed Salad 1 159
FOR FASTER SERVICE day after his pay ceased and Choice of Dessert
receive the annuity accrued Tea or Coffee

---- Lunch 11:00'tll 2:00 Dinner 4:00: 'til 8:00:

Watch For Our Luncheon Meat Special 39 cents Mon Thru Sat

...HAS THIS TOt
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oNAUZA OFFER!
VACCINE
WE HAVE31910MODELS there is no

ETT* against
FOR JoVj EACHSERVICEMEN Insure eachmember
'

,, r of CANCER .

ttIii your family ::ra ,
.: Aj : for over pry z;= '
.oft
Il) $11 ,000.00 1 j but there is

.., for medical :: .; CANCERINSURANCE

DID YOU KNOW 1
'/A expenses caused'__
THAT BONANAZA SELLS TO
', 1
SERVICEMEN by cancer y,
1, AT THE LOW DISCOUNT OF (as specified in policy) -

10 % Above HOSPITAL
11
,, SURGICAL YOUR GROUP CANCER INSURANCE

t' InvoiceSO rf( LATEST EQUIPMENT ANNUAL ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN.

tl *// TRANSPORTATION I SEE YOUR CIVILIAN PERSONNEL
BRING MAMA AND other specific expenses ATMAINSIDE CECIL
\ COME ON OUT, TO.... FIELDMAYPORT
Pays regardless of other insurance Sold to any ago

WILL STRIKE TWO FAMILIES IN THREEIS

C CAN (I OUR SECOND LARGEST KILLER

STRIKES ONE AMERICAN IN FOUR
BONANZA MOBILE HOMES ,According To The American Cancer Society '


5318 PHILLIPS HIGHWAY Phone 396-2664 AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE ASSURANCE OF COLUMBUS COMPANY

E3's E4's Welcome
P. 0. BOX 5550 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDAY PHONE 3981323Pa&84



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Merit Jobs Listed > ; rA .A

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For Civil Service


Jax-Merit promotion opportunities 69 Military Personnel Clerk GS-4,
currently open for 121-69 Boiler Tender, 122-69
receipt of applications are listed Plumber, 124-69 Assistant Meat I a
below. Applications for the Cuter, 125-69 Laborer Cleaner, i i1
positions shown in the following 126-69 Mess Attendant, 128-69
group will be accepted from Secretary (Steno) GS-4, 119-69
career or career-conditional Aircraft Instrument Mechanic ,
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employees of the NAS, Com- (Electric) and 130-69 Automotive .
4dl
FAirJax, FAETULANT Det., Equipment. Serviceman. j, I
Jax, FICEUR, Navy Comissary Also 131-69 Clerk GS2 and 3,13269 \ ''III'1
Stores, Naval Hospital, Navy Computer Operator GS-5, 133- z y
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Recruiting Station, Regional 69 Stockman, 136-69 Data Communications ,(
Storage Management Office, Equipment
Disease Vector Control Center, Operator, 137-69 Management SUPERVISE SAFENESS-Nine Rework super- Rhodes, Frank Baker, Dominic Commisso, C. 0.
Fleet Weather Facility, Defense Technician GS-5, 139.69 visors received safety awards from the facility's Dinkins, and C. R. Owens, NARF safety director.
Surplus Sales Office, Navy Teletypist' GS-5, 140-69 skipper for having no lost time accidents within (Back row) J. F. Porwoll, M. V. Magee, J. T. I
Finance Office, Jacksonville, Mechanical Engineering their shops during the past year. At ceremony were Campbell, William Catrette and Victor Baker.
Fla. at any time. Technician, GS-7, 8 and 9, (front row from left) Capt. D. H. Heile, H. G.
MPB No. 79.69 Electronics (Ground Support), 141-69
Mechanic, 80-69 Aircraft Electronics Mechanical Engineering
Worker, 81-69 Accounts Technician (Jet Engine) GS-7, 8 NARF Moves to Fight Pollution I
Maintenance Clerk GS-4 and 9. 142.69 InstrumentMechariic
82 OPlanner and Estimator (General}), 143-69
(Public Works Structures), 83-69 Aircraft Painting Worker, 145-69 Jax-The Naval Air Rewdrk the temperature of exhaust gases .To implement the
Aircraft Instrument Mechanic, Electrician, 146-69 Supervisory Facility here is taking steps to from a jet engine's afterburnerfrom modification, $250,000 has been
147-69 ensure it does not contribute 3,300 to 100 degrees.The requested and the anti-pollution
84-69 Aircraft Instrument Supply Clerk GS-4, Military
Worker, 85-69 Aircraft Elec- Personnel Clerk (Typing) GS-5, measurable to any air pollution of filters and scrubbers will system should be operational made late
Jacksonville. entrain the cooled gases and this year if funds are
trician, 86-69 Clerk 152-69 Aircraft Engine Mechanic,
(Stenography) GS-3 and 4, 87-69 and 153-69 Airframes Mechanic. While the exhaust gas from a remove the pollutants. available.
Clerk (Typist) GS-2,3and 4,88-69 Also 154-69 Computer Operator single jet engine would not likely Dr. A. J. Teller of New York, a
Electronics Mechanic (Aircraft GS-4, 155-69 Instrument contaminate the air in the Bold nationally known expert in the Jax's GreatestFURNITURE

Systems), 89-69 Electronics Mechanic (Electronic), 156-69 New City, the facility is endeavoring field of environmental control of
Mechanic (maintenance), 90-69 Aircraft Metals Worker, 157-69 to modify its test industrial gases, has been hired
Machinist, 91-69 Aircraft Electrical Aircraft Examiner (Aircraft equipment to ensure that it does by the Navy as .a consultant for Values!
Worker, 92-69 Planner and Electrician), 158-69 Welder 159- not pollute the atmosphere.The the project. e
Estimator (Public Works 69 Aircraft Examiner (Airframes aircraft overhaul plant is WHOLESALE

Electrical Systems), 93-69 Industrial Mechanic) and 160-69 Supervisory developing a modification to the PRICETOEVERYONE
Tractor Operator, 94-69 Supply Clerk GS-5. exhaust stack of an existing jet

Apprentice (First Year), 96-69 Also 161-69 Cash Clerk GS-4, engine test cell at Black Point OPEN
Statistical Assistant GS-5, 97-69 near the southeast corner of the |
162-69 Supply Clerk GS-4, 165-69 EVERY
Accounting Technician GS4,10169 air station. YORXTOWNAPAKIMEMTS
Inspector (Household Goods DAY
The exhaust stack modificationwill
Aircraft Metalsmith, 102-69 V VSUN
Shipment) 166-69
Engineman
consist of adding a 14-foot
Automotive Mechanic (Body and '
(Locomotive), 167-69 Supply Data DA1.
stack
extension to the existing
Fender), 103-69 Clerk Dictating Assistant GS-6, 168-69 Super 'TIL 6 P.MSURPLUS
and capping the extension. The
Machine Transcriber GS-4, and
visory Clerk GS-5, 169-69 GraphicArts
Steno) GS-5. cleaned exhaust gases will enter
105-69 Secretary (
Mechanic 170-69 Clerk GS-5
Also 107-69 Card Punch the atmosphere from three sidesof ,2 171-69 Power Plant Con- GOODS
Operator GS-2 and 3, 108-69 trolman, 172-69 Inspector the extension. Minutes from NAS II!!
Messenger GS-2 and 3, 110-69 Polypropylene filter banks, and CECIL FIELD D
(Metals) A, 173-69 Electric Accounting
scrubbers,and sprayers for large DISCOUNT STORE
Production Controller GS-7, 111- Machine GS- Call 771-5736
Supervisor will be built into
Estimator volumes of water
Planner and
69 4, 176-69 Sales Store Checker GS- Water will reduce 10(35( Beach Blvd ?.' > ><>(>;
(Sheetmetal Worker), 112-69 3, 2-70 Shipment Clerk (Typing) the extension.

Electric Accounting Machine GS-5, 5-70 Toolmaker, 6-70 Inspector
Operator GS-3, 114-69 (Metals) B, 11-70 Ship-
Pipecoverer and Insulator, 115-69 ment QJerk HHG (Typ) GS-4 and
Plasterer, 117-69 Sheetmetal 12-70 Supervisory Supply Clerk WHILE THEY LASTsale
Worker, 118-69 Refrigeration and GS-6.
Air Conditioning Mechanic, 119rni Applications for the positions

shown in the following group will
be accepted from career or
careerconditional employees of
the NAS, NARF,NARTUC OM-
FairJax, FAETULANT Det. Jax,
FICEUR, Navy CommissaryStores
Naval Hospital, Navy
Recruiting Station, Regional
Storage Management Office,
Disease Vector Control Center, NEW AND DEMO" .
Fleet Weather Facility, Defense NEW DEMO' BRAND NEWT Six'69 CHRYSLER
Surplus Sales Office, Navy 69 IMPERIAL leBARON fwo-69 CHIUSLU( JUlJ's STATION WAGONS
The Godssmile Finance Office, Jacksonville, 4 Door Hardtop. Llvhl Blue. Fully egwppad. on. Bro",.. Wide range, 01 colon end
one Blwr enl' 1models end 1
Fla. The closing dates of the Fully equipped Orlglnol priceNow $7,700 piyinnl JJt/' 4 panequlepmngar(knelpraeeaplo' $6,oooSAYE

on those positions follow: OHu$5,700 HOW OHLY 4OS4 X1,600
who live MPB No. 7-70 Foreman uo to

at the (Leadingman) Power Plant LARGE ELECTION OF NEW
TIKE Controlman 8- BRAND NEWt' BRAND NEWT
January 27,1970
; 69 PLYMOUTH
( iVSL&B( tdflUU,
69 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER ul
70 Aircraft Quality Control STATION WAGONSI,
South 7 Doer Hardtop lryht green Fully Egalppedt
Miles v.l(
2t piles .54, Your cholcI ocdore
OrI'Jlnol '
Specialist GS-11-January 27, fully equipped :
$ 691 ;
of JAX on US 17 Orl91nal prln senlmq and pulPmenfSAVE
ORANGE PARKPH 1970; and 10-70 General Foreman ONLy$4,499 .41hl 4i1 3,953 up to S 1,500NEW
NOW
:. 264.4263 (Utilities February2) 1970.
IIItAND NEWT
DEMOS' IJe .-t'UMOUrH
NEW DEMOS'' Two-69HiYSLR(

Heart Transplant for a BUG? Two.69 fully Equlpped'HEW Only YORKERS J.Ooo Fully HEWPORTS, equipped Green, Ind fURY Sod and enl.Fully Ills/Doorntlol. equipped'1 ,
BrOIl or Brlu. $4,800 Groan. Blue end 8S'VE ,on'd.
$ Orlgln' price ,
Up .to 1,500 Orivnal picel up/10 $4,400
NOW ONLY 3,550
SAVE up to S1000

1 BRAND NEW fiftiiR-69. PLYMOUTH SATELLITES MAKE US AN OFFER
2 Door Hardtop end 4 Door Sod m.Complete(election ol color and equipment
-and SAYEII!!
e eYes AIIO.' .OM Mw-69 VALIANT


with this SPECIAL SALE! Only 20 minutes South of NAS on Hwy. 17-

A Guaranteed VW remanufactured ENGINE Drive a little-Save a lot at

plus4 NEW TIRES (Falls Master 5.60 x 15 Tubeless)

For the Low, $*XQ49 InstalledLow
Price of <&<&.& Exchanged CLAYTON A REVELS

6,000 Mile. 6 Month Guarantee on EngineAPOLLO
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1276 W. Adams (Off Myrtle/ ) Ph. 79J-0832 For AppointmentNo
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AF Closes Book on Flying Saucers I


not merit future expenditureof
WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
Secretary of the Air Force resources.
Robert C. Seamans, Jr., recently Under the direction of Dr..
announced the termination of Edward U. Condon, the Univer
Project Blue Book, the Air sity of Colorado completed an
Force program for the investigation 18-month contracted study of
of unidentified flying objects UFOs and its report was released -
(UFOs). to the public in January,
In a memorandum to Air 1969. The report concluded that
Force Chief of Staff General little if anything has come from
John D. Ryan, Secretary Sea- the study of UFOs in the past
mans stated that "the continuation 21 years that has added to scientific .
of Project Blue Book can- knowledge, and that
not be justified either on the further extensive study of UFO
sightings is not justified in the
e tlf ground of national Security or
in the interest of science," and expectation that science will be
concluded that the project does advanced.


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SIGN PACT-The Rework Facility and the National Association of Inventory

Government Inspectors (Unit Number 1)) signed their employee- Jax-The following Navy Exchange -
management cooperative agreement earlier this month. Par activities will be closedon
ticipating in the agreement signed by Capt. D. H. Heile were Harry S. the dates listed for an interim

Stewart, Louis J. Barilla and A. F. Ziegler, representing retail inventory: ,,
management; and Houston S. McClain, Harold N. Wilson, Larry S. The NATTC retail store Bldg. '" "- >f .
Cicero, and Arnold P. Nabors, committee members representing 554, and the Naval Hospital retail ;;;;:

NAGI. store Bldg. H2009 will be closed fl.I; ', ..{
all day Saturday. ; : ,,,4It b
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The Mainside retail Store (. .
i $ W;.
Bldg. 27, and the country store r. .:'_.\...fh. 5, j;. > r' ,,U "

38784669 S OP1 and Toyland, Bldg. 514, will DATE CONSCIOUS Georgeotu Sharyn Winters is an advocateof
Ij
389.4659 secure at 2 p.m. Saturday and date-consciousness. "Time is money," she says, "and you'll be
remain closed through Monday. a believer if you invest in the 10 per cent Overseas Savings Pro-
AUTO-MARINE SERVICE CENTER Express Store Number one, gram. Then, as you watch the time go by, you can add up your
Roosevelt Blvd. at Ortega River PH. 387-4(569( Bldg. 931, will close Sunday at 2p.m. dividends." (Columbia Pictures)

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CALLHRss9.1161 LICENSED YACHT BROKER
Z4
.WRrtcKER SALESSERVICESTORANEPTUNE F SPACIOUS". PEACEFUL

SERVICE TRAILER WANT CASH? MARSHALL ACRES
; 9359103rd St.
vavAy'1
THUNDERBIRDEVINRUDE Jacksonville's newest &
most modern mobile home

community is now open for

You're good your 44x7S' lotsONLY inspection. Large

$35 PER MO.

for more atBeneficial Swimming. pool, tennis
court shuffleboard court;
B-B-Q pit picnic tables
built for your enjoyment.
VICE ADMIRAL
Act Today! ..
EL VERANO MOTOR COURT
Get a Beneficial All-in-One Loan.It's the one loan that does
LOUNGE everything all at once: pays off your other loans...cleans Mr. F.S Martin,Manager
e up your bills, time payment accounts, financing
deals...gives you cash for midwinter needs. And only one 396-2924
payment to make at one place.
Ill, (FIRST DECK) Phone now. Beneficial.,.where the money is. For Full Details


Beneficial Finance SystemLOANS

UP TO $600

Beneficial Finance Co;of Jacksonville5635ROOSEVELTBLVD..VENETIAVILLAGESHOP.CTR.

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Next to Winn-Dixie Phone:388.9374
5 eihvr$.n.fi Se.phone book while potts for ntaitit offlc
F. 1969 BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO.MOBILE. If your. ceutiig

01 U law VW,

CASUAL ATTIRE you CM stop it
8 to 12 PHfeaturing

$1839 *


KRAZY OTTO In fact,when It comesto
money, a VW will
save you a lot of

.................................. HOMES INC. counting, too. after you buyit

: TOP OF THE INN : On gas bills. (It gets
Now has lots available up to 27 mpg.)
Featuring i On oil (It hardly ever
To BUY or RENT in the between
needs
: Marie ContiReoppeorng : Mayport, N AS Jax or Northside areas changes.any)
And, since the engineis
: by POPULAR DEMAND : SEE US FOR INSTANT MOVE 7N air-cooled, you never

,..................-...........I W, .<<.'' :$ .'., --, ," .' ",.".w'. .,w"....,,.... ." .. ., have anti-freeie.to dish it out on
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: So if you don't like to
ALSO WE HAVE THE LARGEST count, buy a
NEWMOBILE HOME SELECTION Volkswagen.It .
\ctGi.&aAkTop I figures.
INCLUDING 50,52,55,60,65

Holiday Inn, Jacksonville Beach and NOWTHE LATEST IN POE Jacksonville does not

For Reservations Call: 249-9071 70X12 MODELS ONE include Freight, Preparation orLOALTaSAGEI
PLUS1,2,3,4BEDROOMS r J

9amtol2pmWIIiJMEMI'MO ;: WITH 1,1 Viand 2 BATHS 9A
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, 5936 PHILIPS HWY. SERVICE
PARTS
l r.oD PHONE 733-6700
2118 King Ave. -US I South
I Block. South of University Blvd.
Phone 3962181Pale

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?; SERVICE SHOPPING GUIDE




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r PIZZA INKY ,t,1,
u
this year I lURCH FACTORY OUTLET |
ts' k( : TAKEOUTORDERS.DININGROOM f'
insurance due- ,-.s PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE CUT STEAKS ;
s-avelCI ,,",;.I.,; ITALIAN SANDWICHEi-SPAGHETTI 'r PH 904-214.3352>! I$1 it nip's

m "I MOBILE HOMES
O 0 "PIZZA" '
..... s
f k .. STARRING
OUR SPECIALITY! --
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yet HOURS: : r III lJylut
ERNIE GROSE Sun. Thurs. 4pm I130pm ; ,
':;'0 o Friday 4pm 1245am. I' --.. G
1938 Blanding Blvd. Phone; 389-0338 q J Closed Tuesdays Saturday 4pm 12.45am: :, REYNOLD'S
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. I 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph 771-0170 k; INDUSTRIAL PARK
HOME OFFICE: Uioomlniton. Illlnoli : ;; HI-WAY U,GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLA.32041

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WESTERN AUTO f 1 John C. Calhoun/ USN (Ret) PHONE 771.040.
MORRIS g 0" 76I-28OI
J r ..1 I Cal's

:f. BRAKE SPECIAL \ I AUTO SUPPLY T.V. Sales S Service

$3688 ::, I RCA & ZENITH COLOR BLACK A WHITE
OVERHAUL
p G,., %d:: "We Serve You J STEREO
Boll Joints
CEDAR HILLSSHOPPINGCENTER t{ Seven Days A Week" ;s BANKAMERICARDWELCOME, .

Phone 771-3450 For Appointment W MILITARY DISCOUNT R HERE

YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT WELCOME 5836 Timuquana Rd. 5911 I Beach Blvd. m ,
>: WE SELL THE BEST SERVICE THE REST'FASTESTSERVICEINTOWN
?, PH. 771-5636 PH. 359-2106 6367 I03WD ST. JACKSONVILLE. FLA

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:at tY p + xx aC to a.r ? :' :4: ay.}; .for) c.t aC"tx oa W :y: rA }}vr '.a q. ':Q: xA r.yt n : \ < \'" \ : >x wq y "\ :{ M4 w '"
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I' Jay Jester USN Ret., Mgr. PHONE 771 8180 !1 ,Join; the INN crowd at..

OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE' INSPECTION 8781
: .!! "JAYS" WESCONNn I Plzzaln.n

(Need.Your Car Inspected] I. Standard Service D/ne INN or.Corry Out

RED GREENE'S GAGE 103rd & BliNcliiiComplete I 4420 Blanding Blvd.
: :? 772-8000
Four Miles South o/NAS-Highway 17-Orange Park I Aito Repairs a: 1111
Cesery
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors f
725-9566
Open 0800-1800 thru take better STANDARD ,
Monday Friday I We care Open'tiI2a.m. Frl. Sat 12pm.Sun.thru Thurs.
MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE of your car. OIL
) i Order by Phone for FastServfceeAllowabout20Mfn.

fitk1::: *,:::;j;:'s.in: : m-mt; :; &?m mr'mr nu: :f:: ?:m::ci:* m.:: ': 1r%:rl:: f $::;;t.f.f.m:<' l<.mf'W:: :!:Ut'W.w .:fM': $' ':tmr: :::;::::+ ::ml';?:tm:: xoxe}tM; ..mt:':; *,,1?*5 t-m::AA&H-:y.xa: }:;ss6' Zf1103rd t.WJ._k} W 1:xa:::: aryY:trxa::.'w:
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STREET FISH MARKET! i: jauh %3Inc."c'fnrk 'nub I "Your Hustaop Mobile Home Shopping Cenftr'


mmfgjigmfffmm I
THE FUND OFFERS DIVERSIFIED I ] I
'If It Swims, We Have It' r-r
AND SUPERVISED INVESTMENT IN THE
FISH-SHRIMP-OYSTERS ;1i
LOBSTERS-CRABMEAT 1 COMMON STOCKS OF BANKS. MOBILE HOMES INC

IN SEASON f.AMERICAN SHAREHOLDERS, INC.y.J 4118 Philips Hwy. 398-1126

Featuring Specially Prepared., 741 S. Lane Ave. 781-3027
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs Phone 388-7777&388-7004 I I
Over 1 750 New & liecMobile Homes
I 6567 103rd Street Phone 772-0981 I, for Free Prospectus ti to choose from

t.1t:,,*,::rm :t1': tt: *$::::W% ; *w.:rr ::tJk't.mi'ii; :;:; tl r:f.r:$, ; : 'm'@t ll W:l:1-r: :;:::::;(;ft't-l:: : ;m.w. .t & :;j: ,:imr.wm@W:: : :mMZ*: :m W. J@'M: m@% _,t $ 't1i


(-'S\: : OBJECTIVE Possible Growth: i RUDY'S a Hak Sill's


r ) red""carpet_""" "Inc. It I: NURSERY and! I IN DEI 6 AIT EN

f'M'N' cc! Mt Offer/no ...Y..Iw.wlri..rrrwr....* I I. STATE LICENSED, BONDED AND INSURED
9M Price FOREVER I FINE FOOD j Specializing Personal Care

FRICAN' DECEMBER 8, J969 tl OPEN 24 HOURS ___. ,... f..j InjantsPreSchoolandAfter School Care,
NO MINIMUM AMOUNTS REQUIRED TO INVEST :': (All Ages)
MIGNON
:? SERVING THE, FINEST CHOICE I FILET I
Call or Write for Free Prospectus: l NEWYORKSTRIPCLUBSPECIAL I"; HOT BALANCED MEALS
AMERICAN SHAREHOLDER'S INC. fj SANDWICHESPREPAREDTOYOURSATISFACTION ;; Hour, day, night or weekly rates
BREAKFAST AT ANY HOUR Convenient to Cedar Hills Oak Hills and Wesconnett
PHONE: 388-7777&383-7004 1203 SOUTH LANE AVENUE PHONE 781-9833 '
DUGDALE ROAD 771-5173
5105
San Juan Ave.
6524
530 PARK STREET PHONE 356-9831

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Admire: the Eau with I a I''= FACTORYTRAINEDVWMECHANICS-
; All Work 6 Months 100( Per Cent Guaranteed ml':; MOTHER'S LOUNGE
well kept older car I VW REPAIRS 5 BANK CHARGED
...He Knows How To Bet DAYS TIL II PM S" ) M STE
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Mariners Museum Conducts For Your Information -

I I

23rd Annual ExhibitionThe CPO EvaluationReports ,

annual exhibition of Times, John Leavitt, Assistant -v 1' By ADRC V. R.Gray been particularly exemplary,
Marine Photography In- Curator of Mystic Seaport, and NavAlrLant Career below standard, or you are a
ternational of 1970 will be con- Barclay Sheaks, renowned Information Center candidate for SCPO and MCPO
ducted for the twenty- third year Tidewater Virginia artist. I I1 f and have not had a meaningful
at The Mariners Museum in The invitation for participationsent :,y CJi Use of the chief petty officer, evaluation during the reporting
Newport News, Virginia. The to hundreds of photographclubs r senior chief petty officer! and period, you will not be assigned
world's foremost marine photographers and camera enthusiasts master chief petty officer marks while attending a formal
have participated in throughout the world has Evaluation Report and course of instruction. Upon
past events. Under the joint suggested subjects as follows f i Worksheet has been revised. The completion of the school, yo revaluation
sponsorship of The Museum and any type of vessel or craft, i A major modifications that will shall contain only a
the James River Camera Club, marine industrial or maritime affect you directly are listed brief discription of the course,
the special subject exhibition is event, ship details or instruments below: your final grade, and your
intended to stimulate the creationof lighthouses and Jax Entertainment Formerly SCPO and MCPO standing in relation to the rest of
photographs with a maritime navigational aids, shipbuilding, evaluations cbvered the period the class.If .
theme. oceanography, and military Tickets OH Sale ending Feb. 16; now the reporting you are a member of the
Over 700 entries were receivedfor marine scenes. period of Regular evaluationswill Inactive Reserve and attached to
the 1969 show. Entries for 1970 Entries will be judged on April At Special Services end on Jan. 16 for all CPO's, a drilling unit; you will now
will close on March 31 of that 4 and 5. Accepted subjects will be SCPO's and MCPO's.If receive an annual Regular
year.A on display for the public at The Jax-NAS Special l Services has you have a special skill evaluation in the same manner as
distinguished panel of experts Mariners Museum from May 3 to announced that tickets for a identified by an NEC, your yourUSN contemporaries.You .
will determine first, second the end of that month. Entry variety of local events may be commanding officer has been will notice that the
and third awards and honorable forms and information may be purchased at the ticket desk directed to specifically commenton designation of the Evaluation
mentions for both prints and' obtained from Mrs. J. F. Curtin, located in Bldg. 704. your proficiency in the NEC Report and Worksheet has been
slides. The committee was fortunate Curator of Prints and Paintingsat Tickets for the Vienna Choir when evaluating your overall changed to the NAVPERS 1616-8
in procuring the servicefor the Mariners Museum, concert scheduled to be held performance.A and NAVPERS 1616-9 respectively -
1970 judges of Jacob Deschin, Newport, News, Virginia 23606. tomorrow at the Civic legible signed copy of the There are no basic
Photo Editor of the New York Auditorium, are now available at Wordsheet or a signed duplicatecopy changes to the forms themselves.You .
The Pacific Ocean covers an prices ranging from two to four of the Evaluation Reportwill are encouraged to reviewthe
Temperature of clean snow area larger than all the con dollars each.Steppenwolf. be permanently filed in your complete Instruction which is
melting in the sun at sea levelis tinents combined, the National will be local service record. available in
appearingat your personnel-
always 0s C. or 32 F. Geographic Society
says. the Jacksonville Coliseum Unless your performance has administration office.

tomorrow,and tickets are on sale
at Special Services for three Alabama Tags
four, and five dollars.
Now is the time to buy your
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Circus which will be conducted at recently passed an act which
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'j J: ?1 February 3 and 4. Prices for the automobile license tags to
::: ;;l 1 & afternoon performance are $1.50, members of the U.S. Armed
: '3t $2.50 and $3.50; evening per- Forces under the follow con-
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I NATT Center In The News I




PNCS James 11. Jackson nearly 23 years ago. London.In addition to serving his Jackson: 'You more than deservethe were reenlisted last week.
received his transfer to the Fleet Chief Jackson has had a wide share of time aboard numerous satisfiedtion that follows a job Chief Tucker has been in for 14
Reserve"a retirement variety of duty stations beginningwith Navy ships, he has had tours with well done.' years. He was with VF-161 in
plaque and congratulations in the Naval Ordnance Testing staffs, air stations and RE.UPS Miramar, Calif before being
ceremonies held Friday morningat Unit in the desert of California, squadrons, and even a blimp There must be something goodin assigned to NATTC last year.
'
NATTC. This ended his active then on to such places as command Airship SquadronTwo it, because nearly every week
NAVY career which started Guantanamo Bay, Naples and back in 1952 54. in NATTC does it Officer at
."'" .....,...."' ..t............. .. ...-............",. someone Petty Nye was
In April 1965, the chief per. someone like AEC Malcolm R. Quonset Point, R. I. with VS-28
sonnelman arrived at NATTC Tucker or AE1 George J. Nye. prior to coming to NATTC in 1968.
where he was assigned the job of Both men, AE School instructors, He has eight years active duty.
enlisted classifier and career
counselor. Also at various times ,
aK
during his tour here, he held the > b \ 0
additional duties of CMAA, t t tS
assistant to the educational
services officer, and barracks A
officer. 1 i.i!! i.

P The Thursday before his ;
retirement, the end of Chief : IMfP
1L-ijW Jackson's active career in the 1111 ;$
Navy was marked by a luncheon /
sponsored by his friends at the '
Candlelight Club. During the ,
luncheon he received several
mementos of his tourat NATTC as hj : '
kk k--
:17 '
well as numerous expressions of
appreciation for the job he had
PING PONG AWARDS. NATTC has a champion ping pong team! done at NATTC. The chief hosteda
They took first place in the NAS Itramural Table Tennis League. It retirement party on Friday
was the first time that a NATTC team has completed in the intramural afternoon.
league in several years. Last Wednesday 10 of the 12 team Chief Jackson says he and his r rF
members gathered at Bldg.500 to be awarded their trophies by Capt. wife, Dorothy, plan to remain in
Kennedy. They are standing, left to right: Lt. Simons, DT1 Cross, the Jacksonville area where he
team captain AEC Fulkerson; AEC Weisner DT3 Rainey and DN will join a local insurance and
Ball. Seated left to right are: AVCM Campbell AEC Williams, AE1 investment company.
Linn and SKJ Mullins. The two absent are AE1 Fields and DT2 All NATTC joins Capt. Kennedy -
Gephart. in his remarks to Chief Chief Jackson and wife, Dorothy are piped over the side after his

transfer to the Fleet .Reserve

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As a new decade carries U. S. Automatic, light, deadly, it is the other explosives are currently
standard tool for of Vietnam's Marine
fighting today's part
Marines into the future, the
young Leathernecks fightingmen professional. A plastic stock, Corps issue.
more and more, is being pistol grip and hand guard; nylon The green plastic sand bag has
outfitted with inner parts and a nylon cloth relieved its old World War II
age plastics,
space
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producing dampness of Southeast even quilted blanket like poncho
Much of the Marine Corps' Asia. liners are providing increased
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10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER January 22, 1970

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Air Force Photogs
Insurance Rates Go DownAn Services
Top Other

open season for regular and optional life insurance with a WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
reduction in premiums for the more than 300,000 employees and an- Air Force was declared winnerof
:JcZ nuitants who carry the $10,000 optional life insurance, but no changein the 13th biennial interservice
the sixth time it
premium rates for regular insurance has been announced by the photo has contest the, competition since
U.S. Civil Service Commission. won started in
was
the program
4j.1j'lWI 1 The open season will be held during the entire month of March and 1949. Army, also a winner six
the new premium rates for optional life insurance will become ef times in the past, was second.
fective the first pay period in April. The Marine Corps finished
'iMft = I J4T 1 Premium rates for the $10,000 optional life insurance are based on third, followed by Navy and
r1 g' the employee's age group, whereas the cost to the employee for Coast Guard.
regular insurance per biweekly pay period regardless of the employee's Contest judges were f Joe the E.
Kennedy, president 0
.
age.Present Photography Society of America
and new rates for the$10,000 of optional life insurance are in ; Henry L. Rush, also with
the following table: PSA and Norman S. Gordon,
"' HE THtMK* IT'S HIS MOTHER I"J art director; with Sunset magazine -
Present New .
Age Group Biweekly Biweekly
Under premium premium
I 1 1
35-39 $3.00 $1.30 Record Setting B-58

40-44 6.00 1.70 Joins Air Museum
45-49 6.00 2.40
50-54 6.00 3.60

55-59 6.00 5.50 WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
60 or over 20.00 17.00 The Air Force Museum has
8 iebIRh8 CBIaoge... 20.00 19.00 added a B-58 Hustler to its
more than 100 aircraft and
? The new seven-step premium schedule was adopted after con- major missiles on display.
i I I'I sultation with the Employees Life Insurance Committee, employee
The museum's newest craft is
j organizations, and federal agency representatives.The .
a historically important one,
Commission also said that premium increases for optional having won the Bendix Trophyfor
insurance that was to be adjusted this month for employees reaching a record speed run on
uw4 hi..AndM.aiwk wll ialiw.lA 35 or 55 will be postponed until April when the lower rates will become March 5, 1962, from Lot An
,.nagManMOM effective. geles to New York and return.
// Irr
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1.IM11. annuitant) who has waived his regular life insurance will be given an miles was accomplished with
opportunity to cancel the waiver and obtain the regular insurance three refuelings at an altitudeof
ANY 0'THISI SITES without evidence that he is In good health. about 50,000 feet. Capt. Robert
OW NI Similarly, any employee who has regular insurance but who G. Sowers piloted the B58on
F n.ls LICE 1595!: declined to take the optional insurance will be given an opportunity to the transcontinental round
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Eligible employees are automatically regular
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that premiums for the optional insurance have largely wiped out the ?

deficit created by benefits paid on account of employees who died BEING RELEASED?
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I Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS I ..'..:'",,,1/\: :;',:'::\', }::i:. :.::\:;,). 0 Elected Mrs. Howard NWCA


INN I : ilifi, ;; i f

.,,;:::;,,, President
Messenger of the Masses will provide music for listening and ':
)
dancing tonight.Tomorrow evening the Camelots will be there, and on : :" ,: ak Jax.-Navy Wives Club of
Saturday Phil Cay and the Chantels will appear on stage. The Four of r: America Jax 86, will hold their
Clubs will bring their talent to the club on Sunday and Wednesday. formal installation meeting
Country-western entertainment will be featured Monday night when Saturday at the Hotel Sheraton
Tommy C and the Seminoles perform, and again Tuesday when Mel Ballroom beginning at 6 p.m.
Gaden and the Lazy Rhythm girls provide the evening's music. \ The evening will begin with a

A cocktail hour, followed by dinner.
ACEY DUCEY CLUB The Jax Naval Air Reserve

Training Unit will provide a color
The even popular Mel Gaden and the Lazy Rhythm Girls will guard for the installation
provide country western entertainment at the Acey Ducey Club ceremony, and incumbent
tomorrow night and Saturday. Patrons are reminded that the club ( president, Mrs. Henry C, Barnes
holds Surprise Happy Hour. Don't miss it! 6 6a will preside.

a Mrs. William Orrall, national
CPO CLUB president of NWCA, will be the
special guest speaker. Soloist
Dine and dance to the music of the Clubs when they perform J.; William Grymes is scheduled to
tomorrow and Saturday evenings at the Chief' Club. Mark Castle will perform at the installation.The .
be appearing on stage Sunday, and the menu speciality for that night following ladies will
will be prime rib roast. Other menu features for the week include fried assume their new offices duringthe
chicken on Tuesday and rib eye steak on Wednesday. installation ceremony: Mrs.

William Howard, president; Mrs.
OFFICERS CLUB William Brown, vice president;
to the musical entertainment of Charlie Jay Mrs. Thomas
Enjoy dancing Light;
WITH COMBAT 'V'-Sgt. E. J. Williams, MAD Special Services,
tomorrow evening when he appears on stage from 8 to 11 p.m. A parliamentarian; Mrs. William
receives the Navy Achievement Medal with combat 'V from Lt. Col.R.
band will the music of On Sunday the club
surprise provide Saturday. Petty, correspondence
P. Eckmann, MAD Commanding Officer. Sgt. Williams received
will feature the Family Buffet. The 'main club will be closed on the award Monday for service in the republic of Vietnam. secretary; Mrs. Douglas Witley,
Monday, but the package store will remain open as usual. On recording secretary; Mrs.
Tuesdays and Wednesday the dining room will serve'a la carte' menu. Francis Bush, treasurer; and

uso FRA Auxiliary Installs Mrs. John Morton, chaplain.

Enjoy free refreshments at the USO tonight. Tomorrow there will bea
balloon prize dance, and the theme for the evening will be 'Ole
Timers Night.' On Sunday there will be a free feature movie, ?Slim New VicePresidentJaxAn VA Indicates
Carter',starting at 7 p.m.Play the game of your choice Tuesday'night, Report
and on Wednesday, be there to hear disc jockey Al Albert play the Growth in Program
latest hit records from 8 to 11 p.m. installation and an to Mrs. Frank Lodesky, Mrs.
initiation were two of the Jake Pugh and Miss Jane Pugh
highlights of the Jan. 12 meeting for the outstanding job they did, WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
L of the Ladies: Auxiliary Fleet distributing food and clothing to The Veterans Administrationlooked
Reserve Association, Unit 91. various needy families during the back on its 1969 opera
Mrs. Robert Miller was chosen holiday season. tions in a year end report which
reflected growth and increased
by the Board of Directors to fulfill Auxiliary member's were
activities in a majority of its
the term o f the office of vice urged to support the efforts of H. programs.
y president vacated by the Ross Perot of Dallas, who is
resignation of Mrs. S. DeLack. seeking the release of American Administrator of Veterans
Mrs. Walter A. Miller was prisoners in North Vietnam. Affairs Donald E. Johnson said

GUARDING THE OCEAN HIGHWAYS A U.S. Navy Sl'-ZH initiated during the meeting, and Plans were inaugurated for these evident trends in the were agency's particularly educa-
Neptune patrol aircraft keeps track of a Soviet helicopter carrier, Mrs. Joseph Pierotti, unit Unit 91's birthday celebrationnext tional programs. He said, a record -
the Moskva, in the Mediterranean. The aircraft is part of the president, welcomed all guests month, and we will keep you number of 783,000 veterans,
Navy's Patrol Squadron Seven. (U.S. Navy Photo) and visitors who attended. posted as the plans develop. servicemen, sons, daughters,
Standing committee reportswere Refreshments were served wives and widows are in train-
given, and Mrs. Pierotti after the meeting by Mrs. Robert ing programs of all types, an
expressed the Unit's appreciation Miller and Mrs. M. Salamon. increase of 35 per cent over last

DoD Continues Down year.Most of these trainees,
We loan Strength 736,000, were veterans and servicemen -
;
training under the cur-
WASHINGTON (AFPS) Total numerical strength of the rent GI Bill.
armed forces on I November 30, 1969, based on preliminary reports -
was 3,350,972. This represents a decrease of 41,684 from the A total of 1,650,000 persons
a million October 31, 1969, combined strength of 3,392.656. have trained under this third
November strength figures for each service, with month-ago generation GI Bill since it went
figures comparison, follow: into effect June 1, 1966. Direct
ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL benefits in VA educational allowances -
30 November 31 October amounted to $720 mil
dollars 1969 1969 lion in 1969.
y
Total DOD 3,350,972 3,392,656 Mr. Johnson said the report
Army 1,467,818 1,489,089 also reflects VA's intensified
Navy 729,823 738,719 orientation and counseling efforts -
Marine Corps 300,860 309,792Air to encourage more veter-
day'When Force 852,471 855,056 ans and servicemen to apply for
every The figures represent full-time military personnel comprising government benefits. In Viet-
both regulars and reserves on continuous active duty and officer nam, VA representatives in No-
candidates including cadets at the Military and Air Academies and vember provided this service to
midshipmen at the Naval Academy. its millionth serviceman.Confidential .
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ORANGE PARK DoD Gives Doctors
CLASSIFIED 2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn Dish
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I ADVERTISINGPublisher washer Carpets' Drapes. Ellzabetr Break in
ObligationWASHINGTON
Publisher Apts. 2642815.
: : 382755Ads
(AFPS) .
AIR NEWS : Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday The Department of Defense has
WAS Jacksonville 'or publication the following Ads M directed effective July 1, 1970,
Thursday
I _[TRANSPORTATION, ]_ a substantial reduction in the
AFTERBURNER I ..Mliving too late for this deadline will be obligated service required of

NASCecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : published the following week unless the medical officers who receive

I publisher is Instructed otherwise. A check or residency training in. the various .

I money order for the full cost of the ad must be AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast medical and surgical specialties
I received WITH the copy for the ad. and West Coast 3533691. while on active duty in
,
the armed forces.
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00
Under the revised policy,
Jacksonville, Florida II residents (physicians undergo.
Per additional line ((4 words per line) JO.SO 1969 TORINO GT ing long-term formal training

390,3 spd., Bucket seats, Red. Smallor in a specialty) who receive their
no equity. Take over payments. specialty training in a military
3890319. medical facility, generally will

- .,I have to commit themselves to

::' ,EMPLOYMENT:>i't;:;;:' =::,'.: !)itf; ;:5MOBILE: 1 ,'HOMES{i':;':>}J! {1r :; ,A, '::. .SJ I :;t1t\1t: \ 1968 CYCLONE GT only in the two Army years, Navy of or active Air Force duty

390. 4spd., Good cond. Ext. 539 Cecilor following completion of their
388,5548. residency training.
Those who receive one or
SERVICE WIVES
MOBILE LIVING CF JACKSON VILLE BEAUTIFUL
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS more years of their residency
Jobfinders- 1372 Cassat, 387.5626 or (Azalea Mobile Home Park) ".4 Mile GROVE PARK HOMES training in a civilian: hospital
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near Near Jax NAS Immediate oc
while
1022 Park Street 3547888. active will
on duty not
cupancy. BR, 2 B, family all '
schools and shopping> center. Clean, room 66 VOLVO 122 S.
brick, city water and $21,600 have to serve, as a result of
and reasonable rates. Manager on sewage AC, Good Cond. $975. 388 0827,
premises. Children and pets welcome. up. VA or FHA. that training, for more than
WOULD YOU LIKE 6301 Roosevelt 3899226. Paul Armstrong, Real Estate three years on active duty.

more Information on how to raise 1120 Hwy. 17, Orange Park. Prior policy required that ..
Chinchillas? No obligation. Call 771- Mrs. Raines '69 AUSTIN AMERICA: resident physicians receiving
7043. Day-264.9591Night 264-6631 Must sell.$1300 or take up paymentsof specialty training in a military
6537. Low mileage. Good Cond. medical facility commit themselves -
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 389.8129 after 5.'IOPEL. to paying back one year
1 Qtr. Mile No. of
trailer and NASA clean. modern FOR SALE OR RENT of active duty for each year of
Apts. 389.3007.FOR
House and VA & FHA
WANTED SERVICEMEN Apts. Equity such training. Those receivingsuch
Married with mechanical ability, full. resales. Low down. Call Powell or training in civilian hospi-
Mills, USN
Ret. 2642411.
time day shift, 6.4 p.m. Must have STA. WAG. tals were required to back,
hand tools. 1536 Cassat Ave. 3843360MISCELLANEOUS RENT ORANGE PARK REALTY AC, Radial tires, $1500. '60 BonnevilleSta. or serve on active duty, one
6908.Trailer. $65,00 per month. Call 771 MILITARY. FREE NOTARY 284.5159.Wag. Loaded Radial tires. $300. year for each year of training

plus one additional year.


itlii1! i : < ; Jii::::: !\l( Acres of high HIDDEN,dry wooded WATERS home sites.

1968 SKYLINE Permanent vacation, retirement. 196fCHEVELLEMALIBU Defense
12x60, Unfurn., R & 0, Low Dn. Pymt. Waterfront & water access. Sensible AT, AC, All power, Small equity and Agency Sets Up
$71.98 Mo. Ph. 398.0118. prices, low taxes, terms. Blanding assume payments. Low mileage 264 Branch Office in Europe

DO YOU WANT TO BE Blvd., 220.B, Rt. 220, let 209 two miles. 8357.
A DISC JOCKEY? La Rue's 7253992. WASHINGTON (AFPS) _
;
,nC &; # The
For Information dial 356.8351. Defense Communication
FOR RENT .fir Agency (DCA) has announced
2BR, 12x58. Chain,linked fenced lot. establishment of a Defense

Vincent Completely E. Holland furnished.771-3211 AC. Ext.Contact 8445 '::;::::}:!!ft'i'R: ::;:::;: NT iS'ii/it: ::;: ;; ;i!!i ri d Commercial Communications
NEW RCAand ZENITH STEREOS after 4 call 3644729. Office (DECCO) in Europe.
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape DECCO-Europe, at Sembach
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Air Base, Germany, together
stock. Full warranty! I Phone 7710409. LAKESIDE ESTATES I' with DECCO-Pacific, in Ha-

Orange Park, House unfurn, 4 BR., 3 wait, will help DCA consolidate
Baths, Built-in Kitchen, Large woodedlot. the leasing of commercial communications -

HEL.PIOVERSTOCKEDSewing I am going to hire 10 retired or 264-4367. facilities, services
machines, Zig-Zags $34.50. retiring 'military men in the and equipment for the Department
Straight sew $14.50. Singer Golden
/ of Defense. It will admin.
Florida area. Those who are
Sew S59. Singer Golden Touch & Sew ister
moderately successful will .s approximately 3,200 contracts
$78.. Several consoles, $14. Iectrolux II 5 ROOM HOME
at annual
vacuum cleaner, $14.50. Stereo earn over $10,000 a year. The an contract
Unfurn., $65.00 a month. 4409 St. value of about
console model $69. All guaranteed. outstanding ones have no limit John's Ave. $16.2 million.
lanes approaching, jlr.Hgj.
Cash or terms. Bank AmerlCard I am retired military-Let me
'
welcome. Come see or call. Open 8 to tell you my story. For appointment ,
8 daily 1 to 6 Sunday. write Gene Weber,
RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER Box B, Holt Publishing Co.,
6437 Wilson Blvd.771-5028 4747 San Juan Ave.,

Jacksonville, Florida 32210. No other used car gives you/ .


Cleaned and OIL Serviced.HEATERS Central Units, for
little
Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur. so your money. :
naces. Tylers Heating and Air Con.
ditioning. Lake Shore-4711 Palmer ,
Ave. 3885161.
So little gasoline.So / l

The BARNBARGAINS little oil. LkIJl
EARLY AMERICAN So little upkeep.
Living room and dining room suites, And when you buy a used cor that
lamps, and rug. One wedding gown, GALORE/ has our 100%guarantee sign you
never worn. Make offer 3842620. The famous BARN, Florida's also gel very little to worry about:
oldest largest discount house We'll repair or replace all major
save you more everyday. Just a mechanical working parts for 30 days
bargains are sofa
few of the many
GEORGE'S KENNELS bed suits 2 piece only $69.95, two or 1000 miles. Whichever comes first.
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickup twin beds complete $59.95, maple How much more could you ask for?
and delivery Est. 1925, Poodle bunkbeds complete $58.00, four
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 piece bedroom suit (dresser,
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and mirror, chest, bookcase bed) 'Tin" d.al.r 800'0..100'0, : mpoir o..plo'l< .H'..ngl .,Irwiimmlon" ,not, i.1.I.o.. ,,..I,,.01..1.. .,."..,"b'....lytl.n, c.M el"hlcolytl.ny l for 30 doY'er 1000 win...r iH" .........rinl.
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,$13.00, 1.3 off on all lazy-boy
recliners, double-size box spring or
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student desk $23.95, large selectionof Radio At Heater. White
LEFT UNCLAIMED New Paint.
table lamps $3.95, rollawaybeds
machine Singer automatic In beautiful zig walnut zag console.sewing complete $22.95, oak porch 67 FORD GALAXIE $1795 68 YW SEDAN $1600
swing $10.95, king size foam set ((2
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balance Phone 353.1946$78 cash day or or$9 night.per month.Ask for furniture large selection, metal cabinets of unfinished and sinksat 64 YW SEDAN $(95 68 YW FAST LACK $1995

Credit Manager. Will deliver, no savings galore. BankAmericard Radio At Heater. Yellow 4 Spd., Air.

obligation. 1606 Main St. Dealer. or PLENTY Master Charge OF FREE welcome.PARKING 64 VW '1500' SEDAN .$1095 69 YW SEDAN $1800

2-Daor, Radio At Heater. Radio &> Heater.

ROLLEIFLEX,* CAMERA The BARNSHOP 65 VW SEDAN $1100 68 MUSTANG $1"95

Includes 3.5F Xenotar lens, lens hood Radio &> Heater. 2-Door Hardtop, V-8, Auto t,.,.., RAH
and 2 filters, Rolleiflash, camera case '
and gadget bag. $175 For add. Info. and SAVE! 66 YW SEDAN $1200 65 OLDS F-85 $995

contact AZI McCue, 7723055. Now-3 Big Locations Radio At Heater. Deluxe, Door, V-8, Auto Trans., P/S. .

Shop The Youll BARN I Nearest 66YWatFAST lACK $1495 69 YWoSTA. WAG $2695 -

GARAGE SALE 1I I WEST SIDE BUS'

Household .items. Furniture, Appliances 648 Parkview Dr.
Clothing Brie brae. Sat. 388-9101
24th. 930430.: : 1310 Orange Circle S. Drive out West Beaver St. Park. VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Orange Park view Edgewood is only& Beaver.1 block east of WESTSIDE I ,


# SOUTHSIDE '

LOST 652S 724.1277 Beach Blvd. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 7815511OPEN
Little Prfncess( Dinner Ring. Very w

small and value.diamond Reward shaped.Is offered.No Sentimental 1J -. DOWNTOWN DAILY 8 TO 8:30: SATURDAY 8 TO 5 SUNDAY I TO 6 PMI
1051 Broad St.
question asked. Call Barbara 355-8026
Reynolds, 772-3414, before 6 p.m. or
772.0301 after 7 p.m.



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VP-5 Sailor of Quarter NamedJaxAT3 will be shown nightly at
the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m.
I r iJ. There will also be a kiddie
Patrick R. Lanierwas As Sailor of the Quarter Lanier matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a
named Patrol Squadron received an award certificate, a regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand
Five's Sailor of the Quarter $25 United States Savings Bond, a holidays.The .
S1
J. v during a personnel inspection special reserved parking space Hospital Theater will have
& w 1 Friday. for the duration of his reign, a one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil
[ The presentation was made by three-day liberty and no duty for Field will have two nightly shows
P Cdr. H. C. Abelein, skipper of one month.A during the week, at 5:30: and 8

Patron Five. native of Florida, Lanier is a p.m. Matinees will be shown on
The Sailor of the Quarter graduate of Chipola Junior weekends at 2 and 5 p.m.
program was established as a College. lie entered the Navy in
means of recognition for out
I February 1967 and attended
1{ standing performance of duty recruit training at Great Lakes, THURSDAY.JANUARY 22
and as an Incentive for which all Ill. from
Following graduation
;
w i d MIw squadron personnel may strive. aviation electronics technician NAS: 'MARLOWE' Color
e eI
school at Memphis, Tenn., he mystery drama starring James
r reported to Combat Aircrew Garner, Gayle Hunnicutt and
I Rita Moreno. M-E ((100 mins.)
River Md.
Training at Patuxent ,
Lanier became amember of the HOSPITAL: 'THE BATTLEOF
Mad Fox squadron in 1968 and THE BULGE' Color war
Fonda and
drama starring Henry
attended a two and one-half
month radioman's school. Since Robert Shaw. G-E ((163 mins.)

completing that school he has
radio for FRIDAY,JANUARY 23
served as a operator
a Crew 31 on flights to Bermuda,
Newfoundland, the Azores and NAS: 'WHERE'S JACK'Color -
Puerto Rico.VW4. comedy drama starring
Tommy Steel and Stanley Baker.
G-VG ((120 mins.)
CONGRATULATIONS 'GUNNY'-Gy Sflt. R. Cocciolo, AE School Sailor HOSPITAL: 'MARLOWE'SATURDAYJANUARY24
instructor, receives the warrent to his present rank Monday from Lt.
Col. R. P. Eckmann, MAD commanding officer. ;
ATS Lanier $8,000 RicherJax

VP-5 Mad Foxes NAS: 'ANZIO' Color drama
ATR3 Thomas E. Stevensof starring Robert Mitchum and
VW-4 collected a variable Peter Faul. M-E ((117 mins.)
Receive Honors reenlistment bonus of $8000; MATINEE: 'YOURS, MINE
Friday when he shipped over for AND OURS' Color comedy
Jax-Prior to the pomp and six years. In addition to the drama starring Lucille Ball,
J circumstance of the change of bonus, he was guaranteed 'B' Henry Fonda and Van Johnson.
command ceremony the Mad School. ((111 mins.)
4y ( ca J Foxes held a personnel inspectionand Stevens, a two and a half-year HOSPITAL: 'WHERE'S
i, awards ceremony. veteran, resides in Orange Park JACK?'
Performing his last official act with his wife Mary and their son

as the squadron's skipper, Cdr.H. Douglas.SD2 SUNDAY,JANUARY 25
C. Abelein presented the Eddie D. Uy was sworn in
Presidential Unit Citation to A02 for his second six-year tour Jan. 6 NAS: 'THE GYPSY MOTHS' -
W. D. Shannon for 'exceptionally in the office of Cdr. A. 'F' Marsh, Color drama starring Burt
,meritorious and heroic 'ser- VW-4 executive officer. Uy is a Lancaster, Deborah' Kerr and
.'vice...while serving with friendly native of Bulcaan, Philippines, Sheree North. R E (110 mins.)
V'f foreign forces in the Delta River and served aboard the USS HOSPITAL: 'ANZIO'
: Patrol Group engaged in armed Roosevelt prior to reporting to
conflict..in the Mekong Delta VW-4 in 1967. MONDAY JANUARY 26
region of Vietnam.' lie currently resides in
.h A03 R. L. Carter received an Jacksonville with his wife Merlynand NAS: 'THE SIDE HACKERS' -
Y a y.. air medal for 'meritorious their three children. Color action drama starring Ross
achievement in aerial flight as a Hagan and Diane McBain. M-G
door gunner while serving with ((82 mins.)
Helicopter Attack (light) HOSPITAL: 'TilE GYPSY
Squadron Three in support of MOTHS'
4 Combat operations in Southeast
FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE-Sgt. Frank Zulcarelli, AE '8' Asia.' TUESDAY,JANUARY 27
School student, accepts the Air Medal, 4th award at a ceremony A02 B. R. Benner received his
Monday Lt. Col. R. P. Eckmann, MAD Commanding Officer, made first good Conduct Award and NAS: 'THE GOOp GUYS AND
the presentation. AWl D. W. Jurss, AX3 C. E. THE BAD GUYS' Color
Gibson and ATN2J. K. Bryantwere western starring Robert Mit

awarded advancement in chum, John Carradine and Tina
rate certificates. Louise. M-VG ((91 mins.)
t HOSPITAL: 'THE SIDE'

50'0 on HACKERS'

YO/Jfi WEDNESDAY,JANUARY 28
rOMI$5AKf 4Ap
fEd

Y"JfJ ,, roXfiI NlQE'1'IL..JYI'II'U.. ,a' NAS: 'KISS AND KILL Color
at Sheraton !. murder mystery starring Shirley

<.: Eaton and Robert Green. M-G ((85
0'I' mins.)
BEACH LOVER Trim Jan
ice Sullivan Is a lover of son HOSPITAL: 'THE GOOD
onweehends. and sand. She says, "You can GUYS AND THE BAD GUYS'
enjoy nature more when you
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NAVY FINANCE OFFICE makes final preparations for payday. A
military payday will see more than $4,300,000 worth of checks Story and Photos dS'
distributed, while during a civilian payday $4,500,000, are disbursed to Hy
the three Jacksonville Navy complexes. SN Pat Swelgar

Do you have a question about In addition to making pertinent instructions and
your pay check? Then ask the payments, NFO collects funds notices. The last division is the
people who know. The Navy from Commissary Store pay record division.
Finance Office. Clothing and Small Stores, The pay record division is what
Navy Finance personnel are surplus sales, sale of meals, and the military man is most familiar
prepared to explain your pay civilian health insurance and with at NFO. Disbursing Clerks
record to you Do you think you taxes. The fiscal division hold each man's pay record,
were underpaid, or overpaid this prepares vouchers for all making the proper entries each
check? Is there an allotment you payments and returns to be pay period in the record. You
need to have changed? See the submitted to Norfolk each day. have the right to look at you own

Navy Finance Office. During one month the fiscal record, but at on other record in THIS SAILOR happily,accepts cash from the cashier's window afterhe
In May 1962 the Navy Comp division accounts for more than the Finance Office. While observing
hands his chit to het.
troller consolidated several Navy 30 million dollars in collectionsand your record, there pay
Accounts and Disbursing Offices payments.NFO whould be two distinct areas. On
into 13 Navy ,Finance Offices has provided for four the first half is listed all en- second half lists all debts which check or by cash.
around the world. Thus the NAS additional divisions in the office. titlements in pay you are to will be subtracted from your Every six months the top half
Jax Navy Finance Office was These include public voucher receive. These include base pay entitlements. The are: allot- and the bottom half are balanced.At .
formed. The more than 15,500 division which makes paymentsto commuted rations, dependents ments, income taxes, social this semi-annual close-out any
pay records it handles include personnel for travel pay and allowances, seperation pay sea security life insurance and all descrepancies are corrected.
Navy, Marine Corps Coast dependents travel pay. The pay aviation pay and so on. The payments made to you either in Normally this is in your favor
Guard, Army, and civilian, cashier division redeems in cash, and your pay check reflects
located at Mil Pers, Naval pay vouchers at the cashier additional pay including the odd
Hospital Naval Air Technical window. The administration cents which have built up over
Training Center Cecil Field and division hanldes all ,correspon-'' that period.
Mayport dance, filing and writing of After the amounts are
calculated for each man during a
pay period, the figures are sent to
Data Processing Department.Data .
"c' ofc then
Processing preparesthe
checks for disbursing to the

.. departments, and then to the
individuals.If .
you do have that question

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NEW COMPUTERS in the Finance Office are replacing old, noisy
Assiatant NFO
consulted by
I ones. DKSN Madlyn McCafferty demonstrates how the new computer Officer, Mrs. lola Miller,' and
works while entering figures from a payrecord into the keyboard. NFO Officer, LCdr. Charles F. Do you haveFifty
Entries appear on the mini-TV screen quicker and quieter. Collins. Mrs. Miller and Mr.

m iGUY The first stage of the Sat- Collins keep a close watch on all
?
Dollars
urn-V moon rocket generates as changes to the pay and collections
much energy per second as a made by the Finance Office.
million automobile! engines.
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outdoors where his trademark is hour) forecasts for local motion, nature of gases, sound,.
a big balloon. His tools are the operations, but they first gather optics, energy and electrostatics.The .
barometer, thermometer, facts and figures on ceiling, basic AG school ,at
anemometer, clinometer, ., visibility, clouds, fronts and Lakehurst,N.J.provides trainingin
hygrometer and psychrometer.In temperatures. Yet another meteorological instruments,
short, he gets paid for responsibility is computing the meteorology, weather codes,
worrying about the weather. direction and speed of winds aloft adiabatic charts ,
Thus we have the Navywea with the aid of radiosonde teletypewriting, upper-air
therman-Aerogra pher's balloons. soundings, weather and cloud
Mate. This information, plus observations, map analysis and
?- At sea, or ashore, diagrams showing the best flight typewriting.
Aerographer's Mates collect, levels, are provided to pilots of Enlisted men in the AG ratingsee
record and analyze weather aircraft making long flights.In duty aboard aircraft carriers
information. They use both addition AG's compute and cruisers. Both enlisted men
visual and instrumental observations ballistic wind and density for and women are assigned to naval
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: .' : preparing weather maps and They also test, calibrate' and centers and advanced bases. On
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Rich's eloquent analysis of Cecil
Field officiating makes him the
I CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUP prime candidate for this fine YH f.
award. Ly Pd

By Chief Brewster CECIL FIELD 25 POINT CLUB
SMITH VC-4.25
Action resumed in both the In other action; the augmented BLAKE VA-174.29-26 R. D (
Cecil Field American and Dental team downed VC-4 55-17 TURNER' MARINES 253637COSE 5@
National Basketball Leagues on and VA-105 59-35. High man for DENTAL 26
12 January with first round Dental was Cose with 15 and 17 SECOND ROUND BASKET-
winners VA-37 and VA-44 en- points. VA-37 rebounded from BALL STANDINGS (as of 1-19))
countering rough seas. The their opening loss by defeating LL
Hornets lost to VA-174, 62-58 and VA-72 63-33 and taking a cliffhanger L
AMD 54-49.! High scorer for the from VA-83 4140. NATIONAL LEAGUE
winning Hellrazers were Johnson The rapidly improving Marine
and Blake with 19 points each. five decisively downed their VA-174 2-0
Mattick pumped 23 tallies 'allies'; Weapons 48-16. Sharp VA-87 2-0
through the nets in a losing cause. shooting Turner scored half of the MARINES 1-0
Wills of AMD regained his lost Marines points. VC-4 won two AMD 1-0
scoring touch by rippling the nets tight contests, besting VA-105, 35- WEPS 0-2
against VA-44 with 24 points. 34 and VA-72, 4039.( VA-45 0-2
VA-81 made an auspiciousdebut VA-87 won a pair of games, VA-44 0-2 f
as they routed previously downing VA-45, 63-54 and
unbeaten VA-37 55-47. High Weapons 54-39. VA-174 defeated A little practice never hurt anyone. Sam Simpson is getting in a few
scorer for VA-81 was Dailey with V VA-45 67-49 as Blake scored 26 AMERICAN LEAGUE games before the Junior Bowling League starts.
18 points. points for the winners. Haight .\. .1.r.. L' .
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with a score of 2599 scoring 88 in
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Hawkins, VA-174, scoring 2452
with 38 bullseyes; LCDR Mike
Trout. VA-174, landed 33 into the
center mark to top the Sharp
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month in a row, his score was
2379.
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percent maximum score. The
highest class is the Master, those
under are as follows: Expert,
Sharp Shooter, and Marksman.The .
Cecil shooter were out to
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Cage Battles Tighten Standings I



Jax-As the intramural last place Fleet Weather 80-40. and Bob Eddins posted 10 points The Foxes were right on target
basketball season nears the mid. The American LeagueleadingFoxes each to give Admin their fourth throughtout the contest as they
season mark it looks like the picked up win number six win against three losses. The
National League will have the without a loss as the weather- Hurricane Hunters were led by hit for 80-percent from the field
tightest battle for the crown. watcher tumbled to loss numbersix Roger Dombroski's 15 points and with Ken Arthur's 33 points
In NL action last Thursday the without a win. Ken Arthur Ken Hedrick's 14. leading the way. Bob Cochran
Marine Barracks moved into paced the winners with 18 points The hot shooting Mad Foxes of
contention for the title by waxing and Bob Cochran and Harry VP-5 coasted to their seventh added 14 in the lopsided win.
Move Into the Air Force quintet from 679th James popped in 16 apiece. Bob straight win without a loss and Ralph Tisdale was high man for
7748. It was the third win against Larson tallied 17 for the losers. dumped A-C Maintenance 79-41. the losers with 14.
only one loss for the Leather. American ActionIn
League
"THESPOILER" necks as. Tom Webb and Roy .. .
Harris led the winners with 13 American .
League cage play f j
points each. The Air Force's Monday AFEES notched their ....
George Wilcox was the game's first win of the season as they .-
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ADJUST YOUR losing effort. Hawkins and Randy Lightner .
DAILY ATTITUDE MARTD went above the .500 provided the big scoring punchfor .
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15 MINUTES FROM THE number three as Medical fell 54- and 19 points respectively. Roger
IIUMMM OF THE BIG CITY 43. Holding only a one point Mohr hit for 16 and Gary
margin at the intermission,25-24, Honeycutt 15 for the losers.
VILLAGE LIVING the Marines broke it wide open in The Red Darters of VP-45
WITH the second-half behind the showed they intend to remain in .
EXTRAS GALORE balanced scoring of Tony Boyer, the battle for the championshipas
14, Marv Franklin, 12, and Bill they posted win number five
Willis,10. Medical also placed
by smashing Fleet Weather 101-
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Byron Krom hit for 12 and John 60.The awesome offensive per-

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Aid .Air Ops evened their season Parmley who combined to outscore -
record at 2-2 as they knocked the entire Fleet Weather '" -
UnfinishedCOORDINATED FICEUR even deeper in the quintet. Jordan fired in 33 points ; "
cellar, now 0-4,as they coasted to and Parmley added 29. They
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Lack of Cagers BasketballAmerican Standings I "r'l110wH




Ground FliersJaxThis VP-5 7-0 a..... CHE PER!!

VP-45 NARTU '5-2 5-0 .-. LEI'

Admin 4-3 p.
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week the Jax Fliers This year's 6ND tourney will be NATTC 2-4
basketball team came up with a played at the Naval Station AFEES 1-2
new problem that forced can Charlestion,S.C.Feb.9-13 and the VW-4 J-4
cellation of another weekend way things look right now Jax A-C Maint. 1-4
series. This time it was a lack of Navy will be without a Fit. Wea. 0-7
players. representative unless the interestof 1a
The future of the Fliers, base cagers picks up. National
winless up to this point in the Basketball players that have ComFairJax 4.1
season looks extremely bleak varsity high school or college Marine Bks. 4.1 / a
because of a lack of interest by experience and are interested in Hospital 3-1
base athletes. continuing the varsity MARTD 3-2
programat
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