Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1970
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Young Corpsman To Receive Post AflWl yNavy Cross

A 22-year-old hospital years before enlisting in the Navy Observing another critically- face of bet nemy.. fire were In ''','(1;
corpsman who lost his life in 1967. He had been in Vietnam wounded Marine who was lying in keeping with the highest "J 1
11 days and in combat only two an area dangerously exposed to traditions of the Unite States 'j
while attempting to reach days when he was killed Feb. 24, the intense enemy fire, Hancock ,I Naval Service.' 1(
the side of a wounded 1969. maneuvered across the fire- sides his widow, Hancock is
Marine in Vietnam will swept terrain and applied survive' by his father and step- '
At the time of his death he
was tourniquets to the man's to
receive the Navy Cross legs mother, both retired Navy officers ;:
with a squad of Marines from the
stop the profuse bleeding. .
posthumously here t who live in Jacksonville. .
First Marine Division on a search Seeing yet another seriously
tomorrow afternoon. His grandparents, Capt Robert r'
and destroy mission. in Quang wounded Marine, Hancock tried E.Hancock,USN(Ret.) and Mrs. :.
Nam Province.The once again to run through the- Hancock also live in Jackson- ,
11M2 Scott Hancock's widow
will the medal from unit came under heavy intense fire to give aid, but was ville. His mother. Mrs. John P.

RAdm.accept L. Heyworth Jr., com small-arms and grenade and himself mortally wounded beforehe Damron, lives in Fairfax, Va. A }.
automatic-weapons fire from a could reach the Marine's side.A brother
,Sgt. Robert E. Hancock
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, ina \<
and review at the North Vietnamese Army com citation accompanying the II, USMC, is stationed at Camp ,<
ceremony pany, and sustained several medal and signed by the LeJeune ''
Naval Air Technical Center ,N. C., and a sister, Mrs.
at 4:30 casualties. Hancock immediately Secretary of the Navy, reads, 'By Gary W. Stovall, lives in Fairfax. .
parade. ground beginning proceeded to the assistance of his heroic and inspiring efforts, An honor graduate at the Naval I .
p.m.A three of the casualties, treated Petty Officer Hancock was Hospital Corps School in Great .'
graduate of Robert E. Lee their wounds and, aided by his directly instrumental in savingthe Lakes, 111., Hancock had served ..>
High School in Jacksonville, comrades, removed the woundedmen lives of four Marines. His one year at the Naval Hospital in -
Hancock had attended the to a position of relative courage, bold Initiative, and Jacksonville before being or-
University of, Florida for three safety. selfless devotion to duty in the HM2 Hancock dered to Vietnam. ;


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The Secretary of the Navy has
Published by the Holt PubLUhlng Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. announced that a $10 million
VOL. 27 NO. 43 U. S. NAVAL AIR/ STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA JANUARY 29, 1970 project for the construction of
\ temporary living accommodations
, aboard naval installations will

;. sw Helo Pilot DecoratedFor begin Navy in men April.and their familiesare

often faced with large rent f
when seek temporary ,f
payments they -
a. Vietnam Missions housing, at commercial
facilities while awaiting a houseor
, Jax-The,Distinguished Flying Cross and the Navy CommendationMedal apartment at a new duty I
with Combat 'V' were awarded Friday to Lt. Raul Vazquez, a station. The Navy's lodging
search and rescue pilot attached: to the Air Operations Maintenace, program is designed to provide
< Y ir. PL
i j 5 Department here. He earned the Distinguished Flying Cross while adequate and comfortable living

: serving with Helicopter Attack (Light) Squadron Three, Det. Four, in quarters at reasonable price
,... until be
permanent housing can
1i the Republich of Vietnam last year. ''
The Flying Cross citation The lodging program will affect
reads: 'As aircraft commanderof The 31-year-old lieutenant
" those areas of fleet concentration
the, wing helicopter, Lt. received his commission as an where large numbersof
Vazquez was instrumental in ensign in March 1963. His
Navy families ate forced to
w placing .a series, of well coor- previous assignments include the heavy'prices for temporary
'dinated rocket'and machine gun Defense Language Institute in c\
housing. The first temporary
attacks on a company of Viet Washington, D.C. and VRF-31 in
lodging units'will be built in the
Cong which had a company of Norfolk, Va. and. "
Norfolk San Diego .areas,
! and his wife Ellen
Camp Strike Force troops and Lt. Vazquez
with 200 units for each.
" two Special Forces advisors currently reside in Jacksonvillewith The individual Units will
pinned down with Intense mortar, their two sons, Randy,5 and feature 'a full bath, efficiencytype -

,.. rocket, machine gun and Roland,? kitchen with a stove, 'sink
automatic weapons fire. and refrigerator, two double
Ii The citation concludes by MetaismithTop beds, plus a pull-out bed, a
stating, 'His courage, initiative, dresser and a desk. Families will
i outstanding professionalism and pay about$8.00 per day for a unit,
complete disregard for his own number
Monthly regardless of the of
personal safety under enemy fire occupants.The .
contributed significantly to the lodging project will be
success of the mission.' Serviceman funded entirely by loans of
While serving with that same nonappropriated funds made by
squadron from April 1968 to AMSl Paul A. Smith Aircraft the Navy Central Recreation
March 1969. Lt. Vazquez per- Maintenance is the air station's .Fund.
formed his duties as a helicopter new Serviceman of the Month. He
pilot and fire team leader, plus received a certificate naminghim Data Specialist
the additional tasks of main- for the monthly honor duringa
'tenance, operations officer and ceremony in the commanding
Lt. Vazquez receives medals from Capt. Cutler assistant officer in charge. officer's office Monday. Plans Jax,Visit
His Navy CommendationMedal Assigned to the Maintenance Jax-Spedal Assistant to the
citation states that he flew Department's airframes divisionfor
Secretary of'the Navy,James G.
more than 120 Vietnam 120 the past 18 months, Smith is
Woodruff, will arrive here
i! Rework Earns Award helicopter missions during this- supervisor of the metal shop and Monday for:a familiarization tour
t period and assisted in the con- is a qualified Aircraft Maintenance of data processing activities in
struction of a helicopter facility Department duty officer.In the Jacksonville area. '
With Record Savings when the detachment was movedto a letter nominating him for

new area of operations. (Cestl.ired N Page 2)) During his 24-hour visit to the
air station, Mr Woo&wfwW
t': Jax. The Naval Air Rework Facility here has been receive briefings from the

. awarded the Secretary of the Navy Award for Cost commanding officer, the comptroller -
I Reduction Program Excellence for saving American .. ., the supply ''officer, the
data processing officer, and the
taxpayers $6,287,000 during Fiscal Year 1969. commanding officer of the Naval

Capt. D. H., Heile, facility commanding officer ac-. ,. .. Air Rework Facility.

cepted the award from Navy Secretary John H. Chafee His schedule also includes a

during a cost reduction conference Jan. 21 at Naval tour of NARF and the Data

Station, Norfolk, Va. Processing Department. ,
The award was established in 1968 to provide In addition to being SecNav
... Assistant, Mr. Woodruff is the
recognition for Navy and Marine Corps activities which senior automatic data processing

have conducted exceptionally effective cost reduction policy official for the Departmentof

programs.In the Navy, and is responsiblefor
qualifying for the award, the Jacksonville facility k p( the management of the

exceeded its Fiscal Year cost reduction savings goal of > Automatic Data Processing
Selection Office.
$1,247,000 by 504 percent.
The $83.m ill Ion plant overhauls Navy attack aircraft, He is a graduate of Purdue
and holds
University a master of
engines and components ,and has a work force of 3,600 arts degree in ,business administration

civilian employees, making It Northeast Florida's from the University

largest industrial employer. Capt. Hell accepts award from Navy secretary ChaffM. of Michigan in Ann Arbor.



January 29, 1970

Federal Employee Guidelines Issued '

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On Policy For Public Protest EventsGuidelines I flJe't1 lce

CAI it I t YYWk rA
'vv ,
it i' s '* J:Wllllllml OI bFfO'
have !been issued on In the case of most employeesof

Federal employee conduct and the Federal Government thereis CATHOLICNaval
personnel policy regarding public no objection to their attending

protest events. meetings, discussion groups, or Air Station
rallies intended to promote
The guidelines were developedas
whatever event or, protest the dayis s
result of reaction to a varietyof
a MASS 9&11
focused on. By the same token SUNDAY a.m.
events which have affected the
employees may sign or circulate DAILY MASS 11:30 a.m.
Federal work force over long
will be held
petitions relating to the event or Confessions
of time the Commission
periods and from
stated. protest.In Saturdays at 10:30: a.m.

every case such action by an 5 to 6 p.m.

Designation of a day by a employee must be done on his
private group as a day for own time and under his own Naval Hospital

discussions, protests, or non- responsibility. This means these --
work, has no effect insofar as the actions are not to occur while the SUNDAY MASS 8 a.m.

Federal Government Is con- employee is on duty but must be
cerned, on a normal Government limited to off-duty periods suchas NATTC
business day. Federal employeesare before or after work hours, SUMMING IT UP-RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr/ commanderFleet
expected to report for duty during the regular lunch period, Air Jacksonville, presents a check for $67,275.21, representingthe SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
and perform their work on such a or while on annual leave. Whenan cash contributions from the federal military and civilian personnelIn Bldg. 500
designated day ason, any other employee's position requireshim the Jacksonville area during the 1969-70 Combined Federal Campaign
regular workday. The regular, to recommend or directly to Noyce Fanning, president for the United Fund of Jackson- PROTESTANTNaval
normal leave policies of the support the policies or operations ville. An additional $243,426.73 In pledged allotments is forthcomingfrom
Government are in effect on sucha being criticized he should the Campaign. Rod Nicol, United Fund Campaign: chairman (I I/) Hospital
day.If refrain from activities of the and Capt. Gene Grinstead, chairman of the Navy's Combined Federal
types discussed.The Campaign participate in the presentation.Jt&JlfoJ. SUNDAY WORSHIP SER VICES
an employee requests annual 10 a.m.
leave on that day (or leave wearing of peace buttons, .
without pay if he is entitled to armbands, and other insignia Naval Air Station
annual leave), and if his servicescan supporting or promoting the
be spared, he may be protest or event by Government
granted the leave. employees while on duty is objectionable Church School Sunday 9
only if in doing so the a.m.
The purpose for which leave is Junior Church 10 a.m.

requested is not generally work the employing environment agency is disturbed has a, The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different Divine Worship Service 10 a.m.
material, according to the meals as follows:
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1 Bldg. 4 serves weekday Bldg 750
Commission. There is not a particular rule that would be breakfast, a.m. to 7:JO a.m.; dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to Episcopal Communion 8:30: a.m.
liberal or lenient leave policy fora violated, or the employees's 5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.;
position is of a type that the dinner. 11 '.m. to 12:30 a.m. supper 5:00 p.m.to 4:15. Both Dining halls observe Bldg.750
day of this type and if the the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast 4:30: a.m. to
services of the employee are wearing og the button or insiginia 8:30 a.m.;brunch 9:30: a.m.to 12:30: p.m.;and supper.4 p.m.to 5:30 p.m.
needed that the would conflict with his official Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 Junior Fellowship 5 p.m.
on day requestfor duties and responsibilities to cents;dinner and brunch for 4$cents and supper for 50 cents. Bldg.722
leave may properly be denied
just as it may be on any other support the policy protested TuesdaySenior
against. FRIDAYJAN.30
regular- workday. I Choir Rehearsal 5 p.m

Breakfast Dinner Supper Bldg.750
To Be One'sSelfBy Hot Hominy Grits Chicken Noodle Soup Beef Stroganoff ThursdayChristian
Eggs to Order Breaded Pork Chops Buttered Egg Noodles
French Toast Cream Gravy Broccoli Spears Science Service 8 p.m
Baked Beef Hash O'Brien Potatoes Baking Powder Biscuits
Chaplain J.C.Simpson
Buttered Fresh Frozen
Raisin Rolls Ice Cream Sundaes
Mixed Vegetables NATTC
The quest for social acceptance in light of demanding Cranberry CrunchSATURDAY ,

status symbols makes it difficult for 'persons to be Divine Worship 12 p.m.

themselves. The competitor is high and the rules by ,JAN. 31 Bldg. 500

which forced to the of life Evening Worship 6p.m.
we ar play game are Early Breakfast Brunch Supper Bldg.500
stringent. They make little room for the Individual to be Hot Oatmeal Bean SoupSwedish Southern Fried Chicken
Eggs to Order Meat Balls Chicken Gravy
himself or herself. Griddle Cakes Home Fried Potatoes Bread DressingHot
Baked Beans Buttered Peas and Southern Sweet ServicemanContinued
Happiness for, any person Is realized more deeply Grilled Luncheon Meat Celery Potatoes
when they realize they are different from every other Sugar Rolls Spice Cake Black Eyed Peas
Butter Cream Buttered Beans
Icing String
person in the world and when they dare to live move Cherry Pie ( from Page 1))

and have their being In the context of that difference.To Serviceman of the Month, Cdr.

be one's self is a task Impossible to accomplishalone. SUNDAY, FEB. 1 M. C. Premo wrote, 'An ardent

We need assistance for Him who gave us life to Early Breakfast Brunch Supper student of the metalsmith trade,

begin with.,In the person of Jesus Christ we see one who Hot Eggs Grits to Order Chicken Baked Meat Noodle Loaf Soup Vegetable Grilled Beef Soup Steak Petty Officer Smith is both

dared to be himself and to contribute to humanity's need French Toast Tomato Gravy Mushroom Onion Gravy teacher and advisor to his coworkers. -
Broiled Bacon Slices Mashed Potatoes Oven Browned Potatoes .His self imposed stan-
from within his own being.To Raised Doughnuts Buttered Corn Buttered Brussels dard of wormanship is high and

be one's self, to be different and to cultivate that Fruit Squares Filled Cookie Sprouts Creamy Rice Pudding he will accept no lesser quality

difference never causes division or descention in the from his subordinates.

human fellowship. On the contrary it enhances and MONDAY, FEB.2 'His leadership ability reflects

deepens the fellowship of the human family. To be one's Breakfast Dinner Supper the same traits which have
Hot Oatmeal Tomato Rice Soup Braised Liver and earned him the respect of all with
self Is to Insist on the right of everyone else to be Eggs to Order Roast Turkey Onions, whom he comes in close contact.A .
themselves. And you know we'are all different, are we Minced Beef Giblet Gravy; Split Pea Soup professional approach and
Home Fried Potatoes
Apple Dressing Chill and Macaroni
not? Thanks be to God that we are, and that we are not Apple Fritters Mashed Potatoes Scalloped Potatoes cooperative attitude coupled withan

puppets the end of mystical strings, performing on Raisin Rolls Southern Style Greens Buttered Fresh Frozen impeccable personal appearance -
Strawberry Cream Pie Mixed
the stage of life which makes no room for something or VegetablesIce render him an in-
valuable asset....'
and different for this world to think about Cream Sundaes
someone new
TUESDAY, FEB. 3 Smith and his wife, Clara,
and have to contend with! reside in Orange Park with their

Breakfast Dinner Supper two daughters. The Smith's are'
Hot Grits Turkey Noodle Soup Vegetable Soup active members of the base
Eggs to Order Yankee Pot Roast Submarine Sandwiches.
Peach Hot Cakes Natural Gravy Baked Beans chapel and in civilian and
Grilled Ham Slices Potatoes Potato SaladBlueberry military affairs. Smith is an
= Cinnamon Rolls White Seasoned Cake-Caramel Spinach Pie outdoorsman, a member of the

Fudge IcingWEDNESDAY National Rifle Association, The
Rod and Gun Club and the AMD

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper FEB.4 Pistol Team.

distributed. each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air' Station, Smith received a'gift cer-

Jacksonville, Florida' by the Holt Publishing Company, a Hot Breakfast Farina Dinner Pepper Pot Supper tificate from the Candlelight, anda
-prfvatflrm. All Copy submitted for use 'in the JAX'AIR NEWS Eggs to Order Roast Boneless Soup Veal Onion Barbecued Soup Beef free day at St. Augustine for the
must forwarded to the Public Affairs' Office, Box 2, NAS French Toast Brown Gravy Hamburger Buns Smith family sponsored by ,the
Jacksonville, by 12:00,noon on Monday: be/ore publication. News Grilled Raised Doughnuts Bacon Slices Fried Baked Rice Corn and French Buttered Fried Potatoes USO.
items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone' 772-3118 or Tomatoes Banana Gelatin Lima Beans Also nominated for Servicemanof
3119. Buttered Brussels the Month was SN Stephen

.. Sprouts Chocolate Cake Pudding Howard, of the NAS Ad-
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries' ministration Department.

concerning' such should be directed to: THURSDAY, FE I.S
t'bMMl '

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville., 32210 Hot Grits Bean Soup Chicken Rice Soup
Eggs to Order Oven Fried Chicken El Rancho Stew
Telephone 388-2755: Griddle Cakes Mashed Potatoes Buttered Egg Noodles
Baked Sausage Patties Creole Green Beans French Fried f

VOL.' 27 NO. 43 JANUARY"29, 1970 Sugar Rolls Cranberry Orange Pie CauliflowerBaking Powder Biscuits l

? Ice Cream Sundaes .

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I I. Payday For The CrewNAV ,1 ?St ..a r "

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NEWS.....Payday for the either case the DK is involved. eluding allowances and extra y ;
crew!' calls the bosun over the Disbursing Clerks not only pay, for enlisted men. Two final
squawkbox. When this word Is compute pay, prepare payrollsand school topics are procedures and r
passed the ship goes into per- keep pay records'they; also authority for making allotmentsand
petual motion. Crew membersrace process!expense claims, disburse the maintenance of a pay
to the pay lines to comparepay funds for supplies and services record.
list numbers and fall in accordingly and maintain financial accountsand The DK rating is open to both
This is followed by a reports. enlisted men and women. Aboard
hum which grows into a roar as This says nothing of the routine ship or ashore bisbursing Clerksare t
the men start swapping plans of correspondence they handle and attached to the Supply I
how they will spend their doughin official publication they update. Department. Figures released
the next port of call. Can your operate calculators, recently showed 2,286 rating !
This hub-bub continues until at adding machines, graphotypes DK's on active duty. ;-
last the sailor hands the and addressographs? Could you .. % 1Lt4's
Disbursing Clerk his pay chit in open, maintain, close and The normal sea tour for rating
exchange for that 'green stuff.' transfer a pay account? Theseare DK's is 30 months for E-7, 54
With his wallet full and his plans'all routine duties for a DK. months for E-6,42 months for E-5 CDR C. R. Bowling assists Lt. D. W. Adams pin on his new bars In
laid, the sailor smiles a Many Navymen maintain and 24 months for E-4. This ceremonies held In Attack Squadron 105's ready room last week
smile whilch tells a story, but allotment to their wives, in- compares to a normal shore tour New Not New Shop Opus Ueseliy
there is another story here. surance companies or savings of 48 months for E-9, 36 monthsfor
We're forgetting that friendly groups. Some receive extra pay E-6 through E-8 and 24 monthsfor The Navy Wives Club, Jax a.m. to 2 p.m. Clothing will be
DK the one who made the day for service in flight status, E-4 and E-5. These tours are 86 will celebrate the Grand accepted on Tuesdays from
complete. At sea, and at many submarine duty. or overseas under study now and may resultin Opening of their Not New Shop 8:30: a.m. to 1 p.m.
shore stations, Disbursing Clerksare assignment. All such data is' some changes. at 9 a.m., Tuesday, with a .
the men who handle the pay recorded on a man's pay record ribbon cutting ceremony.The .
and related accounting functionsfor that closely guarded document Many DK duties the recently moved Not
shipmates. kept by the DK. personal and private financial, New Shop is now located in HONDA
Like any modern business, a The disposition of pay recordsfor affairs of individuals. As a result, bldg. 39 at the rear of th E
good share of the Navy's huge missing, retired and deceasedmen great emphasis is placed on the in- American Red Cross Office. MOTORS A CYCLES CO-
payroll is handled by check, But is also the responsibility of personal and professional Hours of operation have 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
at sea, pay lists are still posted Disbursing Clerks. Still aother tegeity of our bankers. been announced as follows: PHONE 771-8244
and the chit system used. In area of responsibility is knowingthe Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30:
benefits available to
SPACIOUS'". PEACEFUL bluejackets, including pensions,
MARSHALL ACRES deaths, and disability benefits
9359103rd St. and retirement provisons.. And
Jacksonville's newest & too, all DK's must be familiar
most modern mobile home with the general organization and The Westside Atlantic Bankis
community Is how open for functions of the Supply Depart- ,
your inspection. Large ment. r
41x71' lotsONLY
Formal training for Dk's is
$35 PER MO. available through Navy schoolsa now offering the
Swimming pool tennis' Newport and San Diego. Here
court, "shuffleboard court they learn disbursing office
B-B-Q pit picnic tables organization and procedures for
built for your enjoyment. protecting critical records and Maximum Interest Rates
Act Today! money in time of disaster.
Mr. F.S.Martin,Manager Other areas covered during
this training are titles and uses of
3962924For official disbursing publications, Allowed by Law
Full Details general accounting of public on
funds and the rate of pay, inPWCB "* >(

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January 29, 1970



I .,
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Per Diem Rates Hiked

For Stateside Travel b9 ky Captain Cutler Gives


President Nixon has signed into Employment StatementJax
law H. R. 337, 91st Congress,
which increases from $16 to
$25 It is the policy of this command that all qualified persons are
the maximum rate of reim- _
4 In all matters and that discrimination
"pasrcNjNi assured of equal opportunity
bursement for diem in lieu of
subsistence for per officers and because of race, color, religion sex and national origin is prohibited.All .
employees of the federal levels of supervision and management, who influence personnel
govern- role in making the Equal Employment
ment who travel on official actions have an important
business. A ; ? Opportunity policy a reality through positive, creative attitudes and
ZA a;
The maximum daily rate for actions.
authorized travel on actual expense The effectiveness with which Administration Building 1, Naval
basis within the continental these responsibilities are carriedout Air Atation, Jacksonville.
United States has been increased will be an important con- A decision will be rendered,
from $30 to $40 per day. sideration in selections for more either with or without a hearing,
Per diem rates were increased Y responsible positions. by the Director of Equal Em-
from $12 to $16 in August 1961; (ffe,3Y, bib a M.4'Ao I expect all levels of super-' ployment Opportunity, Robert H.
and from $9 to $12 in July 1955. s vision and management to give Willey, Department of the Navy,
full cooperation and support to Washington, D. C. 20390.
> obstacles which Further information
overcome any regardingthis
LCdr. Andersen presents Gundig with award
tend to impede progress of equal matter may be obtained from
employment opportunity.Basic official bulletin boards which
I Employees Earn Pins AwardsJaxSuperior ability has no contain Department of the Navy
relationship to an individual's Equal Employment Opportunity
race color, religion, sex, or Policy Poster, NAVSO P-2411, or
performance of beneficial suggestion recipientfor given a performance award. national origin, but en- from James I. Bellinger Jr.,
duties and length of service pins his suggestion to provide Supply Department couragement and opportunity to Equal Employment Opportunity
have highlighted station award buses for men departing the James E. Smith earned a develop and advance are of utmost coordinator, Civilian Personnel
ceremonies for civilian em station's EM Club late at night. beneficial suggestion reward and importance. Therefore, all Department, Building 907, Room
ployees.At Firefighter Marcus L. Norton Jr. sustained superior performance supervisors are enjoined to give 225-H, Ext. 3255.HARVEY.
a Security Department received a quality step increase. awards went to Stephen R.Price, minorities and women en-
ceremony, Matthew Grundig Data Processing James E. Smith, Maxwell L. couragement and opportunites to
received a 21-year safe driving Gerard R. Seeney and JuanitaC. Flanders, James B.Wiggins, and gain skills and qualificationsneeded
certificate from LCdr. 0. C. McMahan earned promotions to Lloyd E. Stevens. to advance.
Andersen, security officer. computer operator,GS-4. Quality Increases went to Further, supervisors should
Other security safe driving Colleen F. Futch and Carl P. make certain that actions
Public Works
awards went to John E. Stratton Reiter. H. H.Franklin completed initiated by them are accomplished -
with 14 years of no-accident time John W. Long received 19-year 26 years of safe driving and in such a manner that
safe driving awards and three
behind the wheel, and J. .W. James M. Blackshear was individuals both on board and in
Laidler, who earned a one-year men received recognition for credited with 20 years super- the community recognize that l0i
award. supervising their respectiveareas vision without a lost time ac- equal employment opportunity is
Grover L. Norton, a guard, in a manner that preventedlost cident. being offered in good faith.
picked upa 20-year length of time due to accidents. They Six Supply employees earned Any federal employee or .
service pin and Davis V. Biddle were Lewis E. Cheatam, 15 20-year pins. They were Dorothy qualified applicant for em-
earned a sustained superior years; Stephen J. Pajcic Jr, 13 D. McNichols, Wilbert E. ployment who feels that he (or SHELLEYSALES
performance award. years; and Hugh E. Miley, three McArthur,Barbara Nettles,John she) has been discriminated REPRESENTATIVEFOR

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January 29, 1970 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER 'P." 5

'.'1 Rework Gets

New Testing ) r


w{ Equipment


Ja -The Naval Air Rework
a, .v Facility has added another
; sophisticated device In is con-
tinuing program to modernize its
plant facilities.
The latest piece of equipment is
a computer to aid in the testing of
electronic modules and called a
'Model 5500 Automatic Test -
System. -
b Naval Air Rework officials I
'. ,', expect the new equipment will 13 _

",.',.)> reduce the amount of time In iv ____
<,<,>.1J processing complex fleet t SA N t _

.",. .i': aeronautical equipment before
'., returning it to use In the fleet.
,. Although current plans call for
..:!' using the new equipment for
applied electronic module NARF employees get training on new test device.
testing, it has the potential to be
n applied in other:areas to help thefacility's
dtt. Major Changes Affect
t. s sr Manufacture overhaul representativesare program. Federal ForceFour

currently checking out major developments -Employee and agency con- Postal Boards by the network of
Rework employees in the use and affecting federal employees went tributions to the retirement fund lAB will begin, bringing into a 0
; application of the test equipment.Both into effect Jan. 1. will be increased from 6.5 to single examining organizationthe
sh the Production Changes taking place include: seven percent as one of three responsibility for all jobs in
SWIM, ANYONE Gale 01. Engineering and the Avionics -Executive Order 11491 on legislative provisions to imporvethe the competitive service.This will
son reminds us: "Unless you're Equipment Branchs of the Labor-Management Relations financing of the system. result in an increase of more than
an expert swimmer, don't go facility will be utilizing the which replaces Executive Order -Thirty of 36 Health Benefits 900,000 applications and 110,000new
near the water without some. equipment.The 10988 and the Standards and plans will increase rates. hires per year through the
thing inflated 'to use in an Code. 0I -Takeover of the remaining 15 Interagency Boards.
is to aid in
emergency. A chest-type life system expected
ring keeps the head afloat.iJ ." reducing the processing time for I .
electronic components and
120th St. modules being reworked by the
facility. Designed and
manufactured by a Maryland
GlissCleners corporation, the system was Dividends NOW PaidQuarterly ..
provided under the Naval Air
INmrNISNraaflharr Command's
System equipment
4 Liiriry standardization program. -
Local employees checked out in
25 Washers
utilizing the new testing deviceare .
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man, G. F. Feener, P. E. Jones, .
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Ore Day Service Wilson, H. W. Taylor, C. Cibula, ON MEMBER SHARES AT THE ,ANTICIPATED RATE OF .!I,'t
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Credit Union Announces Plans

bra i h4'&a9yv,

For Roosevelt Mall ExpansionJax 1t ,

Board of Directors of the Jar Navy Federal Credit Union hat announced plans to lease
space in the Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center for use as a fourth office. The plan, which has been
under study for eight months, includes: the remodeling of 10,900 square feet of floor space previously
occupied by a supermarket. The building will be converted into a modern, attractive credit union
office which.will offer the full range of membership services including: savings, loans and financial

In making the announcement, members live in the Jacksonvillearea comfortable loan department I
President R. D. Pnney said, 'The and over 7,000 live within a lobby will also be available along
credit union has completely 15-minute drive of Roosevelt with four private loan interview a 7 > yfr4
outgrown the present offices. The Mall. 'A number of other mem- rooms. There will be offices for
board sees the mall office as a bers pass the Mall each day family credit counseling,
practical, economical and expeditious traveling to and from work. In bookkeeping and administrative
move to alleviate the addition, the survey indicatesthat personnel, and meeting rooms for
crowded conditions that exist at approximately 15.000 persons the board of directors and Artist conception of new Credit Union Branch
both NAS Jacksonville and NAS who Jive in the area committees. A portion of the
Cecil Field. surroundingthe Mall are eligiblefor space will remain unfinished at a
He emphasized that the mall mebership but are not this time and will be available for
office would be an additional presently enrolled. completion and use as needed. A Jax MARINES :
acility and that none of the The remodeling will be finished modern security system similarto
present offices would be closednor between April 1st and 15th. The that used in banks will be installed *
would services be curtailed.'In plans call for the office to be open to protect the credit
fact,' Pinney commented, after regular working hours and union's fund and records. Thereis ..
'this plan will permit better on Saturdays; however, the hours adequate, well-lighted parkingon r .
service at the three existing will be adjusted to fit the desiresof three sides of the credit union
offices because more space will the members who patronizethe office. Jax Capt. Michael S. Kelly, A Bronze Star Medal for
be available to expand certain mall office. acting commanding officer of the distinguished service went, to
deparments currently operating The new office will include an Pinney said, 'We believe ,this Marine Barracks, had a busy day PFC Thomas J. Court.
in inadequate quarters. attractice cashiering lobby with expansion project will mark Jax when he officiated at ten Furthering his education, Sgt.
Surveys conducted by the-- five cashier windows to accept Navy Federal Credit Union as ceremonies ranging from E. R. Burgess received a certificate -
of the most in the
credit union show that 17,000 share and loan payments. A one progressive retirements to promotions.First of completion from the
country because we are takingthe MARINE Corps Institute.
on his list was the
credit union to the people Going the ladder of rank
1/IIII IJ IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII presentation of Navy up
where it can serve their family were new sergeants Jack F.
Achievement Medals to LCpl.
II...... 1..I..r4 financial needs now and in the Andrew F. Tacy, LCpl. John L. Framer, Alonza Campbell JamesE.
future. We confident that this
are Smith Arthur 0. Hofer and
Decker and LCpl. Rudy McClain. ,
OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONAid new office will be enthusiastically A Navy Commendation Medal Benjamin Manes.
received by the Promoted to lance
was received by PFC Henry corporalwere
S try let members. Wilson and PFC James W. Jackie E. Bragg and
In other action, the Board of Brauer. Michael D. Nilson.
HONEST, COURTEOUS SERVICEWe Directors also announced that After receiving wounds in PFC Kenneth W. Carrol
commencing March 31, dividendson action, the following personnel received a certificate of com-
Aim Headlights// Replace Bulb/ and member share accounts will received the Purple Heart: Cpl. mendation for his meritorious
Windshield/ Wiper/ Bocti.K / be paid and compounded on a James E. Smith, LCpI. Willie K. service. Marine of the Month
quarterly basis. The anticipated Everette, LCpl. Michael P. honors went to Sgt. Roy L.
Mile South of Orange Park High SchoolOn dividend be paid for the first Pollard, and PFC James D. When. Harris.
Standing Boulevard (State Road 21)) quarter is at the annual rate of senhunt. Last, but not least, Sgt. Maj.
5V4 percent. This is the third
Owner Operator; increase in the dividend rate in as
JAMES JACKSONU. PHONE 2645343WIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. many years and it will be the first
S. Military Retired quarterly dividend paid by the

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PageB: JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER January 29, $1970 'I'

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. NWCA Jax No. '86 Installs New Board for 70 Reign I I'We

will form a golden chain of the members of Navy Wives Clubof Saturday evening at the Hotel planned to spend the next year constant faithfulness to the clubas
friendship working side by side America Jax No. 86 will fulfill Sheraton. Other newly elected being Mrs. Henry Barnes full she and her husband served as
and clasp it together lest we losea the club's 1970 motto of 'Beyondthe board members) are: Mrs. time.' Let it be noted that Mrs. its sponsors.
link.' peaks of effort lies the success William Brown, vice president; Barnes is one of the top nomineesfor NWCA Jax No. 86 Husband of
With these words Mrs. B. J. of our teamwork.' Mrs. Michael Whitley recording the Military Wife of the Year the Year plaques went to Henry
Howard formed the guidelines Mrs. Howard was installed as secretary; Mrs. William Petty, title Barnes and Bill Howard, husbandto
through which she, her board and NWCA Jax. No. 86 new president corresponding secretary; Mrs. In accepting the respon- out-going and in-coming
Jesse F. Bush, treausrer; Mrs. sibilities of her new office, Mrs. presidents, respectively. Their
Thomas Light parliamentatian; Howard said, 'I am proud to have work in painting, hauling, en-
and Mrs. John Morton, chaplain. the honor to serve you as your couraging, lifting and loadingwas
Out-going officerS of the very president. You have also not to go unrecognized at the
successful 1969 reign were: Mrs. selected six more capable big occasion.
Henry Barnes, president; Mrs. members to lead our club Mrs. Barnes received a silver
Howard, vice president; Mrs. towards new goals for this bowl from the members of her
Rert Houghton, recording coming year. Teamwork will be board and Mrs. Howard, who
secretary; Mrs. John Keiper, the key to our successful served at her side as vice-
corresponding secretary; Mrs. leadership president the past year
Brown, treasurer; Mrs. John Speaking to the club members, presented her with a plaque on
Eccleston, parliamentatian; and committee chairmen and cochairmen which to mount her gavel of office
Mrs. Alvin Stone, chaplain.The she continjed: '".You The Cecil Field club also
candlelight installation are one, but with the cooperationand honored her with a plaque
ceremony offered members an assistance of your committee commeorating her year as Jax 86
dgeusts a two-fold opportunity.The members working side by side, president.
solemn rite presented the you! become a team. Your new Honors for total club points for
new board to the people they will board and each of you are now a volunteer service went to Mrs.
serve and heard the officers for team for Navy Wives Clubs of HowardMrs. John Morton and
} Fkt the coming year make their America.' Mrs. John Keiper. Top. 'Y' points
pledges to follow their duties to Stressing the club's motto, for volunteer service were
the best of their ability. Mrs. Howard said,'When we aim complied by Mrs. Keiper, Mrs.
t _ i ; $ Mrs. Barnes, known to her our stars towards new goals, the Conly Ownby and Mrs. Howard.
fellow members as Cindy, success it brings makes us happy Mrs. William Orrall, National
New' NWCA 86 Officer presented the gavel of offices to and proud memers only if it was NWCA president was guest
Mrs. Howard and said she attained with a congenial speaker for the annual in-
togetherness.' stallation ceremony.
NWCA Jax. No. 86 did truly Mrs. Howard named her
MASSEY have a successful year in 1969. committee chairman and cochairmen
They succeeded in winning the for the next year. They
1969 Eve Award from the Florida are: Mrs. Greg Lucas and Mrs.
MIXON Publishing Company for their Jim Scully, Audit; Mrs. Calvin
screening of small children for Anderson and Mrs. John Duval,
737-1611 'lazy eyes' disease; they brought Game Night; Mrs. James
home the Scrapbook Award from Bradstreet, Building Fund, Mrs.
Southeast Regional Convention; Thomas Wofford, Bazaar; Mrs.
and they all but had a clean Neil Watson and Mrs. Jay Perry
sweep at the National YWCA Foster Child; Mrs. Henry Bar-
70 FURY Convention in Little Creek, Va., nes, House Purchasing; Mrs.
BRAND NEW taking four first place awards Leslie Scolman, Layette; Mrs.
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laughter, but every one earned Mrs., Richard Bazar and Mrs.
and from the hearts of the givers. Fred Flagge, Membership.
Mrs. H. 0. Cutler, wife of the Also named were: MRS.
NAS skipper, was surprised witha
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Management ResponsibilityJax
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, -Military budget cuts'will greater-demands are made on the- : !}
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mean fewer items stocked on capabilities of the commercial "
1 Wing 11,Capt.D. W.Herlong met
shelves in service warehousesand ,
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with Peter Kirill vice
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) Navy League and Hal Martin,
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replace those items will become said it is important to both the
the Chamber of Commerce. Capt.
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government industry to
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what RAdm. Elliott ;
develop agreements and policiesin '" .. current involvement of FAW11in
Bloxom told members of the the national interests. Y I'
Jacksonville Chapter of the then the antisubmarine operations,
'Only can industry
; .. and the recent surveillance of the
National Defense Transportation to its full + a
grow potential and the Ic'
Russian Fleet. After the brief,
Association at the Officers Club national defense be assured,'' he
Friday night. As deputy com- said. r" .. I Kirill and Martin were escortedby
mander of the Military Traffic Capt. Herlong on a tour of the
Management and Terminal ., FAW-ll's squadrons4 hanger
Service, Washington, D. C., the 679th Honors : )\ 1000.
admiral said his organization
plays an important role in im- Top Airman t..IIr: '
proving relations between the ,
military and the nation's transportation -
industry.He STEAK?
A1C Randall II. Barnes
told 70 local military and. .
received honors as Airman of the
civilian traffic that the
Month from the 679th Radar
transportation i industry needs to '
Squadron for his outstanding lr f)
provide customers managed performance at his job of radio PROMOTED-LCdr. Lewis E. Zelgltr is congratulated by Cdr. L. J.
transportation. not just wings repairman at the squadron Underwood, Fleet Weather Facility commanding officer, on his
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10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER January 29, 1970

Spotlight: Patron 5

Five New Promotions

xl .
't xY ) D.tlrt. Jax-This week the officers years as a hospital corpsman in
were In the spotlight at Patrol the Naval Reserve before ear-
Squadron Five. Lt. G. W. Dye ning his wings and commission
received approval on his requestfor through the now discontinued
augmentation. He was swornin Naval Aviation Cadet Program.
as a Regular Navy officer by The Bethlehem, Pa., native
Cdr. R. T. Thomas, VP-5 com joined the Mad Foxes in May
manding officer. 1968.

Five other Mad Fox officers Lt. R. B. Teed was an NROTC
I received post-dated promotions midshipman at Auburn
to lieutenant. An interesting noteis University and participated in
that each of these five officers the flight Improvement Program
received his commission in a while in college. Before joining
different manner.Lt. VP-5 in December 1969, he spenta
G. J. Kivett is a United year as an instructor at Whiting
States citizen originally from Field, Milton, Fla.
Tegucipalpa, Honduras. He got
his commission through the Lt. B. B. Wise served eight
Ji Aviation Officers Candidates years as an enlisted man in the
THE BROTHERS THREE Navy life Is all In the family for (I-r) Seamen Alfredo, Ftlipt and Program atPensacola and joined regular Navy and was an ATI
Benjamin A loro. The brothers are all stewards with Jax based Patrol Squadron U, now on VP-5 in May 1968. when he accepted his commission
deployment at Sang ley Point, Philippines. Alfredo was the first to join and his brothers followed suit Lt. L. E. Rister came to the earned through the Navy
with requests for duty with VP-16. The Philippineborn trio hopes to become citizens of the United squadron in August 1968 from Enlisted Scientific Education
States someday soon. Officer Candidate School, Program. Wtee graduated from
Newport, R. I. Rister is from Vanderbilt University and
Alabama.Lt. reported to Patron Five in
F. C. Zondlo spent several December 1968.

Congratulations! VP-5 Orients Middies

With Patrol AviationJax

Members of the Naval visit and orientation with the
ED BAKER, ( IMPORTSSEE Reserve the Officers Training Corpsat members of the crew
University of Minnesotagot

THE MEHARI AT THE IMPORT CAR SHOW an advanced view of patrol Jax's Greates'fFURNITURE
aviation Jan. 16 when a Patrol
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January 29, 1970 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page I IIAlphaOmega I

Players To Perform at St. EdwardsJax I

The nationally-known 'beasties and things that go bump loves him enough to say that she by those she opposed. ternational fame for its drama .
Alpha-Omega Players will in the night.' will marry him. His physical Playright Shaw has said of her, in the church program.
present two plays at the chapel Sally Netzel, playwright, appearance and the devious 'there are only two opinions about California actress Carolyn
complex here Feb. 8. actress and children's theatre designs of Edna the Witch con her: one that she was miraculousand Frost will play Saint Joan in the
The general public as well as authority from the Internationally spire against his ever realizinghis the other that she was un evening production. She receivedher
Navymen and their families are acclaimed Dallas hope. bearable. She asserted herself B. A. at UCLA and continued
invited to the air station to see a 2 Theatre Center, has adapted this 'Saint Joan,' one of the world's with such force that she was graduate work at Trinity
p.m. performance of'Beauty and play especially for the Alpha- most inspiring dramas of a famous throughout western University. Bob Johnson, a
the Beast,'and return at 8 p.m. to Omega Players.It woman's faith and the price she Europe before she was out of her graduate of the Pasadona
see George Bernard Shaw's is a fresh new treatment of was willing to pay for her beliefs, teens. It is hardly surprising that Playhouse; Rosalynne Meyer,
drama, 'Saint Joan.' an old English tale about a prince will conclude the Players two air she was burnt for unwomanly and who has a B. A. in theology and
For children of all ages, and who is turned into a beast,whose station performances.It insufferable presumption.' music from Valpariso University
adults,Beauty and the Beast is a only hope in regaining his is the stirring story of a The Alpha-Omega Players, the in Indiana and then worked in the
delightful story of witches, and original form is to find a girl who peasant girl who was led to great nation's most active repertory Coffee House Ministry at the
heights by God's commands and theaters headquartered in University of Florida; are among
ultimately was led to the stake Dallas, Tex., has achieved in- the other young players

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:I[ _NATTC : Behind the Scene .1 i iJax

He really hadn't been
expecting anyone to walk in while
1 55 he was instructing, especially not
the neatly-suited man who in- ,
. : troduced himself as John H. w ar s e A

dI a Chafee, secretary of the Navy,
E S + a and requested that the class
continue.So .
} M like the well-trained
f\ NATTC instructor that he is, AE2J.
M aa Y T. Rowan continued to teach s ta
his class (AE School); althoughhis
phase officer CW02 Johnson
h reports that Rowan's knees were

shaking.Mr. .
Chafee stood and watched.
Possibly, he knew something
about the subject, the MAl Gyro
S Compass, since he was a Marine
- Iiw : himself.

It wasn't long before the
rroa students of Class 935 got over I, -

M their slight case of nerves and
began responding to Rowan's _
questions. After all, even a class
- SS ; that been honor class twice
doesn't get a chance to show off
their smarts to Sec Nav every

Chafee, who is on an in-
SURPRISE -Tin Secretary of MM. Navy walked 'In while AE2 J. T.
doctrination tour of East Coast ORDNANCE BRIEFING The secretary looks over the layout at
Rowan was conducting a class at the NATTC AE School. Capt. J. E.
facilities, continued his tour, also the AO School munitions lab with Capt. Kennedy.
NATTC officer, the
Kennedy commanding accompanied secretary. stopping at the Aviation Ord--

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Call: 388-2755 ScheduleMovies drama starring Allen Bates and

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Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickup
Mills, USN Ret. 264.2.(11.ORANGE .
and delivery Est. 1925, Poodle PARK REALTY 1965 FIAT TEETH ARE IN MY NECK'-
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 MILITARY FREE NOTARY Whte,4 Dr.,good cond.,$300. 7717551. Color horror spoof starring
Edgewood Ct. (Near
and Jack
Edgewood) 339-0064 Sharon Tate
MacGowan M-G ((107" mins).
: .
HIDDEN WATERS Convert., Loaded, Very clean, excel. '
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS Acres of high,dry wooded home sites. cond., $1350. 7441282. COMING'Col"medy:
Permanent vacation, retirement. ,,and Eva
Consoles some with. AM-FM, tape ? \elner 99
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Waterfront 8. water access. Sensible star'; .Uhl.'reoJ ((128 mins).
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. prices, low taxes, terms. Blanding 65CHEV. IMPALA S.S. HOSPITAL
Blvd., 220.B, Rt. 220, let 209 two miles. Convert.,409,spd.,new ww tires_, red; :: 'THE MALTESE I(3r4 ft.ei>tftding' Center
LaRue's 7253992. with white tcp, power steer I'"
cond., $1450. Ph 388.'"" BIPPY'U.S. 771-770

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Singer\ automatic LEFT UNCLAIMED'zlg zag sewing h a{;<1: { RRN tj "1;::irrriiirir: ') i' : 'helmet.'69 Suzuki, excel.? 5Occ.;,'cond.* Black, 7441282.with chrome, I 'ON S V I FOR FASTER SERVICE

machine In beautiful walnut console. a..L.
Customers left area, pay layawf, .
balance $78 cash or fLC'Vffor! / LAKESIDE ESTATES
,Deliver Orange Park, House unfurn, 4 ,
Phone 353.i'-.;d*',1VIIf no BR. 3'
.C r.rarnv; )606 Main St. Dealer. Baths, Built-in KltchervLarge wooded
fl lot. 264-4367.S other used
No car gives youso

I 1&2 BR., Furn.Aptl.
AUTO AC Near NAS Ie Cecil, Pool,$65<>$75. 771- little for
Window units, Central units cleaned, 0348. your money.
checked & charged for summer
season. Reasonable. Tyler's Heatingand
Air Conditioning. Lake Shore-4711 So little gasoline.
Palmer Ave. 3885161. So little oil. .
So little upkeep.

And when you buy a used car that t
HELPI OVERSTOCKED has our 100%guarantee*sign you
The famous BARN, Florida's alsogetverylittletoworryabouhWe'll .
Sewing machines, Zig Zags 3450. !
Straight sew $14.50. Singer Golden oldest & largest discount house repair or replace all major
save more everyday. Just a
Sew $59. Singer Golden Touch & Sew you mechanical working parts for 30 days
few of the many bargains are sofa
$78. ,Several consoles,$14. Electrolux
bed suits 2 piece only $69.95, two or 1000 miles.Whichever comes First.
vacuum $14.50. Stereo
console model $69. All guaranteed. twin beds complete $59.95, maple How much more could you ask for?
bunkbeds complete $58.00, four
Cash or terms. Bank AmeriCard
piece bedroom suit (dresser,

8 welcome.daily, 1 to Come 6 Sunday.see or call. Open 8 to mirror, chest, bookcase bed) 'Tbt d.olr gwaroAlaM' ,100'%lo repair or r.pla<*.Hi"."JI.',tromniiUon,rtor ......."fiont, ,,.ottMmUivt; ,br....tv.,...,aH olvctncol"'.,..,for 30 doyt o,1000,.11..,wMctowr co....r...,.
$59.95,9 12 llnoleium 4.95, Thu opplici wtly to o..l For.pOnd our U point Impvciion.tl
RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER carpet ____ ______n_ __,___ __ ,
$13.00/1-3 off on all lazy-boy
6437 Wilson Blvd.771-5028
recliners,double-size box spring or

student Inner spring desk$23.95 mattress, large selectionof $19.00, 1 YW SUN ROOF $700 47 VW SEIAN $1150

Heater, New Paint. ,.
Radlo Heater. White
table lamps $3.95, roll-away

{i; f!:MOIL*:;HOMES: : ,:;tfi!'; swing beds complete$10.95, king$22.95 size,foam oak set porch((2 67 FORD GALAXIE $1795 tl VW SEIAN $100

box springs, 1 mattress) $69.95, '500' 2-Door, HT, Loaded, UIc.N.wlM Radio & Heater

large furniture selection,meta I cabinets of unfinished and sinksat YW SEIAN $195 tl VW FAST BACK $1995

,MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLE, savings galore. BankAmericard Radio Heater. Yellow 4 Bpd., Air.

({Azalea Mobile Home Park) Vi Mile or Master Charge welcome. 64 VW '
PLENTYOF FREE PARKING 1500'' SEIAN $10952Door t9 .VW SEIAN $1100
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near Radio .
schools and shopping center Clean, Radio Heater.tl .

premises.and reasonable Children rates.and pets Manager welcome.on The BARNSHOP 45 YW SEIAN $1100 MNSTAN6., $1195

6301 Roosevelt 3899226. Radio & H.....,.
and SAVE! t Ill!I it VW SEIAN $1200
-. .5 OLIS F-15 $995
Newt Big LocationsShp
The BARN Nearest Radio ", Auto Tran:, P/S.


1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
# I WEST SIDE Radio Heater
Moat With, Air Conditioning..
trailer and Apts. 3893007.
641 Parkview Dr.

Drive out West 388-9101 Beaver' St. Park-

SKYLINE view Is only 1 block east of WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN INC. '.

12x60,Unf urn., R&0, Low Dn. Pymt. Edgewood & Beaver. ,
$71.98 Mo. Ph. 3980118.

6525 724-1277 Beach Blvd. R.1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511 eA

2BR, 12x58. Chain-linked fenced lot. 1051 Broad St. OPEN DAILY 8 TO 8:30: SATURDAY 8 TO 5. SUNDAY I TO 6 PMJanuary -.
Completely furnished. AC. Contact
Vincent E. Holland 771-3211 Ext. 8445 355.8026
after 4 call 2644729.

14 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER, January 29, 1970

: : For Your Information

ADCOP : Free College OfferThis I

By David S. ,Westcott AMSI I -

year, 300 Navymen, the course of instruction in junior Master Chief Petty Officer.2
r largest number of applicantsever college which leads to an Senior Chief Petty Officer..l6
selected for the Associate associate of science or an Chief Petty Officer.92
Degree Completion Program associate of arts degree in Petty Officer 1st Class..l83
ADCOP) are slated to attend various vocational and technical Petty Officer 2nd Class..7
full time-at fields.
college government Average Statistics
expense in Texas, Florida and The FY 1970 ADCOP class-
: L pi
California. which began this fall-consists of Enlisted Performance
i Prospects look equally good, if 300 students selected from a fielda Evaluation Mark 3.84
not better, for next year's ap- 1900 applicants. This is a Number of College Credits
plicants. Perhaps you can be substantial increase, consideringthat Earned through USAFI Outside
among them, providing you meet in the program started in Study9.6
certain basic requirements and 1966 only 75 Navymen were Number of Navy Correspon
are strongly motivated toward selected as ADCOP students. dence Courses Completed ...9.2
making the Navy your career. That number was increased to Length of Service Years 9.8
That, after all, is the basis of 120 men in FY '69 and it is Age..29To
ADCOP-an incentive for that future class sizes date have
FLEET RESERVE BOUND ADRl John L. Yates receives an program planned 127 Navymen
engraved plaque from Cdr. C. J. Cush,VW-4 skipper,on his retirementand career petty officers, offering will be gradually increased.If received associate degrees
transfer to the Fleet Reserve. Yates, a 20-year veteran, came to them the opportunity to pursue a you wonder how you might through ADCOP, Thirty per cent
VW-4 following service with VAH-21 in Vietnam. stack up against the average graduated as honor students
ADCOP applicant, try matchingthe while, over-all, the ADCOP
I statistics listed below compiled student has maintained a B
'. .
oJ 9v from the/applicantions of average.
the 300 individuals selected to For step-by-step details on how
:;.. r commence their junior college to apply for ADCOP, refer to
studies this year. First, this BuPers Instruction 1510.107
-- breakdown of students of rate: series.
Tl RE 30,000 )

MILE I Jax 86 Wives ClubContinued I

''a, '' '
c ( from Page 8))

NSTANT Mariyln Gantreau, Mimeo; Mrs. Honored guests for the
Alvin Stone and Mis. John) Creas, evening's festivities which ended
CREDIT ,; SIZES F-70 or Not New Shop Mrs. J. Muldoonand with dancing to the music of

F-78x14 Mrs. Cindy Barnes,Nursery; Marc Castle, were Capt. and Mrs.

Mrs. Jay Perry, Pins; Mrs, Gary H. 0. Cutler, NAS commandingofficer
NODOWN I Hartman and Mrs. Neil Watson, ; Capt. and Mrs. ReginaldV
DOMINICK'Spizza Points; Mrs. Tommy Light, Berry, senior medical officerat
Revisions; Mrs. Fred Flagge and Mayport Naval Station;
ICING ,p 24 Mrs. Richard O'Rourke, Chaplain and Mrs. Cecil D.

TERMS 2.36 Scrapbook, Mrs. Robert Merseyand Harper and Chaplain and Mrs.
Under New Management Mrs. William Hill, Snack Jack K. Golie and Capt. and Mrs.
Italian & American Food Bar; Mrs. William Hazelton, Carl D. Simonsen, USN, (Ret.)
Family Style Dining Room
Poster; Mrs. Rober Zimmerman,

WE UNDERSELL ALL deporfmenf sfores, and Mrs. Glenn Smith,
; BEST PIZZA Telephone; and Mrs. Robert
company stores & independent the dealers
Houghton, Amblyophia
I .IQWN! !
TIRE 10 AMtiIMIdhXi These are the women who will
BIG CHIEF TUESDAY ... head the committees. But as Mrs
COMPANY S P.M. MIDNIGHT! place> P'U.it, 'Our club has a

6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD talents. Find your muse, their
; Phone Ahead For your part. Give a little of) yoursen
W 5444 NORMANDY, ILVO. 718-0721: |P" FAST SERVICE! with.the determination) to make etittD
BANKAtERICARO (015 HANDING ILVD. 771-3442 H si_r charge 387-2621 everything count for something ""SHORE
welcomed 2109 MAYPORT RD. 24MI25 V" \\ good and worthwhile.'



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January 29, 1970 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pal1 1 15

I Civilian Merit Job OpeningsJaxMerit

promotion op- Pipecoverer and Insulator, 115-69 Shipment), 166-69 Engineman
portunities currently open for Plasterer, 117-69 Sheetmetal (Locomotive),167.69 Supply Data ns
receipt of applications are listed Worker, 118-69 Refrigeration and Assistant GS-6, 168-69 Supervisory
below. Applications for the Air Conditioning Mechanic, 119- Clerk GS-5, 169-69 Graphic
positions shown in the following 69 Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, Arts Mechanic, 170-69 Clerk GS-5,
group will be accepted from 121-69 Boiler Tender, 122-69 171-69 Power Plant Con-
career or career-condltional) Plumber, 124-69 Assistant Meat trolman, 172-69 Inspector
employees of) the NAS, Com- Cuter, 125-69 Laborer Cleaner, (Metals) A, 173-69 Electric Ac-
FAirJax, FAETULANT Det., 126-69 Mess Attendant, 128-69 counting Machine Supervisor GS-
Jax, FICEUR, Navy CommissaryStores Secretary (Steno) GS-4, 119-69 4, 176-69 Sales Store Checker GS-
Naval Hospital, Navy Aircraft Instrument Mechanic 3, 2.70 Shipment Clerk (Typing)
Recruiting Station, Regional (Electric) and 13049 Automotive GS-5, 5-70 Toolmaker, 6-70 In- 1 13a"g
Storage Management Office, Equipment Serviceman. spector (Metals) B, 11-70 Shipment SaD
Disease Vector Control Center, Also 131-69 Clerk GS2 and 3,13269 Clerk HHG (Typ) GS-4 and
Fleet Weather Facility, Defense Computer Operator GS-5, 133- 12.70 Supervisory Supply Clerk ,
Surplus Sales Office, Navy 69 Stockman, 136-69 Data Com- GS-6. k C
Finance Office, Jacksonville, munications Equipment
Fla. at any time. Operator, 137.69 Management MPB No. 10-70 General Foreman INSPECTING DAMAGEThe Naval Hospital at Jax was without\
MPB No. 79.69 Electronics Technician GS-5, 139-69 (Utilities I) Feb. 2; 13-70 electrical power from Friday until Sunday due to a fire in an electrical
Mechanic, 80-69 Aircraft Elec- Teletypist GS-5, 140-69 Foreman ( leadingman ( unit. The fire was quickly extinguished but the hospital had to
tronics Worker, 81-69 Accounts Mechanical Engineering toolmaker.Feb.S, borrow battle lamps from NAS Jax and Cecil.Field until the damage .
Maintenance Clerk GS-4, Technician, GS-7, 8 and 9, could be repaired. Steam and heating systems, however, were '.
82 9Planner and Estimator (Ground Support),* 141-69 restored Saturday. .. .
(Public Works Structures), B3-C9 Mechanical Engineering
Aircraft Instrument Mechanic, Technician (Jet Engine) GS-7, 8 YORKTOWN HOLDING k SHARE OF YOUR FDWRE
84-69 Aircraft Instrument and 9, 142.69 Instrument
Worker 85-69 Aircraft Elec- Mechanic (General), 143-69 APARTMENTS
trician, 86-69 Clerk Aircraft Painting Worker, 145-69
(Stenography) GS-3 and 4, 87-69 Electrician, 146-69 Supervisory
Clerk (Typist) GS-2,3and 4, 88-69 Supply Clerk GS-4, 147-69 Military
Electronics Mechanic (Aircraft Personnel Clerk (Typing) GS-5, r, 2& 3 BEDROOM APTS.
Systems), 89-69 Electronics 152-69 Aircraft Engine Mechanic,
Mechanic (maintenance), 90-69( ) and 153-69 Airframes Mechanic. Minutes from NAS .
Machinist, 91-69 Aircraft Elec- Also 154-69 Computer Operator and CECIL FIELD .'
trical Worker, 92-69 Planner and GS-4, 155-69! Instrument Call 771-5736
Estimator (Public Works Mechanic (Electronic), 156-69
Electrical Systems), 93-69 In- Aircraft Metals Worker, 157-69
dustrial Tractor Operator, 94-69 Aircraft Examiner (Aircraft
Apprentice (First Year), 9649 Electrician), 158-69 Welder, 159-
Statistical Assistant GS-5, 97-69 69 Aircraft Examiner (Airframes .
Accounting Technician GS-4, 101- Mechanic) and 160-69 Super AT CEDAR HILLS PENNEY'S NOW THRU SATURDAY JAN. 31
69 Aircraft Metalsmith, 102-69 visory Supply Clerk GS-5. .
Automotive Mechanic (Body and Also 161-69 Cash Clerk GS-4,
Fender), 103-69 Clerk Dictating 162-69 Supply Clerk GS-4, 16549
Machine Transcriber GS-4, and Inspector (Household Goods
105-69 Secretary (Steno) GS-5. GIFT IDEA
Also 107-69 Card Punch FURNITURE WAREHOUSEDirect ennet J
Operator GS-2 and 3, 108-69 from factory to you ,
Messenger GS-2 and 3, 11049 Compare: Quality ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
Production Controller GS-7, 111- Price
69 Planner and Estimator CASH &CARRY
(Sheetmetal Worker), 112-69 Corner Roosevelt&St. Johns
Electric Accounting Machine Can you afforf not to compare?
Operator GS-3, 114.69 ..

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3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 ture them. All portraits are delivered to you at our store. You ....
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14 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER January 29, 1970

$1 'k 1 For. Your Information
t '!

ADCOP : Free College Offer.

By David S. Westmtt' AMC

This year, 300 Navymen, the course of instruction nmj junior Master Chief Petty Officer..2
largest number of applicants college which leads to an Senior Chief Petty Officer..16
ever selected for the Associate associate of science or an Chief Petty Officer..92
Degree Completion Program associate of arts degree in Petty Officer 1st Class...183
(ADCOP) are slated to attend various vocational and technical Petty Officer 2nd Class..?
; 4 college full time-at government fields. Average Statistics
expense in Texas, Florida and The FY 1970 ADCOP class-
4 I California. which began this fall-consists of Enlisted Performance
f Prospects look equally good, if 300 students selected from a fielda Evaluation Mark 3.84
not better, for next year's ap- 1900 applicants. This is a Number of College Credits
plicants. Perhaps you can be substantial increase, consideringthat Earned through USAFI Outside
among them, providing you meet in the program started in Study..9.6
certain basic requirements and 1966 only 75 Navymen were Number of Navy Correspon-
are strongly motivated toward selected as ADCOP students. dence Courses Completed ..9.2
making the Navy your career. That number was increased to Length of Service Years 9.8
That, after all, is the basis of 120 men in FY '69 and it is Age..29To

FLEET RESERVE BOUND ADR1 John L. Yates receives an ADCOP-an incentive program for planned that future class sizes date, 127 Navymen have

engraved plaque from Cdr. C, J. Cush,VW-4 skipper,on his retirementand career petty officers, offering will be gradually increased.If received associate degrees
transfer to the Fleet Reserve. Yates, a 20-year veteran, came to them the opportunity to pursue a you wonder how you might through ADCOP, Thirty per cent
VW-4 following service with VAH-21 in Vietnam \ stack up against the average graduated as honor students
ADCOP applicant, try matchingthe while, over-all, the ADCOP
t statistics listed below com- student has maintained a B
piled from the.-applicantions of
J' average.
.. POLYESTER I FIBERGLASS I Ii the 300 individuals selected to For step-by-step details on howto
commence their junior college apply for ADCOP, refer to
studies this year. First, this BuPers Instruction 1510.107
breakdown of students of rate: series.
BELTED i I ,..wi
TIRE' 30,000

MILE I Jax 86 Wives Club I

; (Continued, from Page 8)) I

NSTANT r Mariyln Gantreau, Mimeo; Mrs. Honored guests for the
Alvin Stone and Mis. John Creas, evening's festivities which ended
CREDIT i'' ''4 SIZES F70cF78x14 Not New Shop Mrs. J. Muldoonand with dancing to the music of

k 1r i, Mrs. Cindy Barnes, Nursery; Marc Castle, were Capt. and Mrs.
Mrs. Jay Perry, Pins; Mrs Gary H. 0. Cutler, NAS commandingofficer
Hartman and Mrs. Neil Watson, ; Capt. and Mrs. ReginaldV
DOMINICK'SUnder Points; Mrs. Tommy Light, Berry, senior medical officerat
Revisions; Mrs. Fred Flagge and Mayport Naval Station;
24 Mrs.. Richard O'Rourke, Chaplain and Mrs. Cecil D.
'' 1uiF.ET Mrs. Robert and and
TERMS 4.36 Scrapbook, Merseyand Harper Chaplain Mrs.
New ManagementItalian Mrs. William Hill, Snack Jack K. Golie and Capt. and Mrs.
& American Food Bar; Mrs. William Hazelton, Carl D. Simonsen, USN, (Ret.)
Family Style Dining Room
Poster; Mrs. Rober Zimmerman,

WE UNDERSELL ALL department stores, and Mrs. Glenn Smith,
; BEST PIZZA Telephone; and Mrs. Robert
company stores A independent tire dealers.
Houghton, Amblyophia.
TIRE lOAA/ltilAAlOKY/ ,! These are the women who will
CHIEF TUESDAY hgad the committees. But as Mrs
i'p' COMPANYOPEN S P.M. MIDNIGHT! placeft>P'lUti 'Our club has a

t 8-6 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. talents. Find your a.J.1e, their Benny.!
Phone Ahead For your part. Give a little of yoursdn
F vouf I 5444 NOBMANOYILVD.i t 716-0721 t tWKAMIRICARO 1? ., FAST SERVICE! with.the determination to make BLAND
S015 HANDING i ILVD. 771-3442 Hmasiw charge 387-2621 everything count for something "ASHORE
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January 29, 1970 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pate 15 1

I Civilian Merit Job OpeningsJaxMerit

promotion opportunities Pipecoverer and Insulator, 115-69 Shipment), 166.69 Engineman
currently open for Plasterer, 117-69 Sheetmetal (Locomotive), 167-69 Supply Data
receipt of applications are listed Worker, 118-69 Refrigeration and Assistant GS-6, 168-69 Super-
below. Applications for the Air Conditioning Mechanic, 119- visory Clerk GS-5, 169-69 GraphicArts
positions shown in the following 69 Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, Mechanic, 170-69 Clerk GS-5,
group will be accepted from 121.69 Boiler Tender, 122-69 171-69 Power Plant Con-
career or career-conditional Plumber, 124-69 Assistant Meat trolman, 172-69 Inspector
employees of the NAS, Com- Cuter, 125-69 Laborer Cleaner, (Metals) A, 173-69 Electric Ac-
FAirJax, FAETULANT Det., 125-69 Mess Attendant, 128-69 counting Machine Supervisor GS-
Jax, FICEUR,Navy CommissaryStores Secretary .(Steno) GS-4, 119-69 4,176-69 Sales Store Checker GS-
Naval Hospital, Navy Aircraft Instrument Mechanic 3, 2-70 Shipment Clerk (Typing)
Recruiting Station, Regional (Electric) and 130-69 Automotive GS-5, '5-70 Toolmaker, 6-70 In-
Storage Management Office, Equipment Serviceman spector (Metals) B, 11.70 Ship-
Disease Vector Control Center, Also 131-69 Clerk GS2 and 3,13269 ment Clerk HUG (Typ) GS-4 and
Fleet Weather Facility, Defense Computer Operator GS5,13369 12.70 Supervisory Supply Clerk,
Surplus Sales Office, Navy Stockman, 136-69 Data Communications GS-6. ..
Finance Office, Jacksonville, Equipment
Fla. at any time. Operator, 137.69 Management MPB No. 10-70 General Foreman INSPECTING DAMAGE -The Naval Hospital. at Jax was without
MPB No. 79-69 Electronics Technician GS-5, 139.69 (Utilities I) Feb. 2; 13-70 electrical power from Friday until Sunday due to a fire in an electrical
Mechanic, 80-69 Aircraft Elec Teletypist GS.5, 140.69 Foreman (leadingman ( unit. The fire was quickly extinguished but the hospital had to
tronics Worker, 81-69 Accounts Mechanical Engineering toolmaker,Feb.5. borrow battle lamps from NAS Jax and Cecil.Field until the damage
Maintenance Clerk GS-4, Technician, GS-7, 8 and 9, could be repaired. Steam and heating systems, however, were ..
82 9Planner and Estimator (Ground Support),' 141.69 restored Saturday. .
(Public Works Structures), 83-69 Mechanical Engineering
Aircraft Instrument Mechanic, Technician (Jet Engine) GS-7, 8 YORKTOWN HOLDING k SNARE Of YOUR RJUEl
84-69 Aircraft Instrument and 9, 142.69 Instrument
Worker, 85-69 Aircraft Elec- Mechanic (General), 143.69 APARTMENTSJ,243BEDROOM
trician, 86-69 Clerk Aircraft Painting Worker, 145-69
(Stenography) GS-3 and 4, 87-69 Electrician, 146-69 Supervisory
Clerk (Typist) GS-2,3and4,88-69 Supply Clerk GS-4, 147-69 Military
Electronics Mechanic (Aircraft Personnel Clerk (Typing) GS-5, APTS.
Systems), 89-69 Electronics 152-69 Aircraft Engine Mechanic, BpK'DS' ;
Mechanic (maintenance), 90-69 and 153-69 Airframes Mechanic. Minutes from NAS .R
Machinist, 91-69 Aircraft Electrical Also 154-69 Computer Operator and CECIL FIELD a/v1
Worker, 92-69 Planner and GS-4, 155-69 Instrument Call 771-5736" 4
Estimator (Public Works Mechanic (Electronic), 156-69
Electrical Systems), 93-69 In- Aircraft Metals Worker, 157-69
dustrial Tractor Operator, 94-69 Aircraft Examiner (Aircraft
Apprentice (First Year), 96-69 Electrician), 158-69 Welder, 159-
Statistical Assistant GS-5, 97-69 69 Aircraft Examiner (Airframes
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deal and tell you whether the think over the deal before it be- action against him if he does

Credit Can Be Useful contract is fair. His job is to comes final. If you decide to not do what he has promised to

give you advice about legal mat- back out of the mortgage you do in the contract.

ters and his service is free. He have to notify the lender in writ- On the other hand, if he

Know The Facts About It can tell you whether the con- ing within those three working violates the Truth in LendingAct

tract follows the Truth in lend- days. he can go to'jail or pay a

Would you pay $420 for a this kind of thing was happeningevery ing Act and the Standards of By the way, in buying a house, big fine. He may even have to
Fairness. Both doesn't have tell do both.If .
all the protect you. the lender to
$123.88 television set? Not if day over country.
From merchants haveto Let's look over the new law you the amount of the Finance you have been damaged by
knew were being so now on
you grossly overcharged.But you ,I. tell their credit customers just first and then we'll study the Charge, but he does have to tell someone who has broken the
Standard of Fairness. you the annual rate of interesthe law by violating the Truth in
until the new Truth in how much extra they are payingfor
Lending Act became law it was the privilege of "charging"their Truth In LendingThe is charging. Lending Act, go to your legal
assistance officer. He will tell
possible for a merchant to get purchases-they have to law covers a lot of dif Your second major source of
away with such a deal withoutthe "tell it like it is". ferent kinds of deals. Its main protection is the DoD Standardsof you what steps you can take to

customer knowing about it The same is true of money part is simple. It says you must Fairness, but they cannot pro get your money back of or get

until it was too late. That actu lenders. They, in most circum- be told, in writing, how much tect you unless the businessmanwith some other settlement your

ally happened to a man in New stances, have to tell how much it more it costs you to buy on whom you are dealing signsa problem.

Jersey. He bought the $123.88 costs to borrow money. "time" compared to the cash certificate saying he will abide Credit Without ChargesWe

TV set on credit and was givena Then it's up to the customeror price. This must be told you by them. Most honest businessmen have been talking about

book containing 24 coupons.He borrower to get the best deal before you make the deal. The will be glad to sign. the extra charges you must pay

was to send in one each for himself, by more shopping same is true for many cash when you use your credit.It .

month with 1750. That meant around for the place where the loans. Standards of FairnessHere's is possible to buy on credit

that in 24 months he would be charges for credit are the Suppose you are buying a and not pay extra for the
what the Standards of
paying $420 for the set. And, smallest.In refrigerator which carries a privilege.
Fairness all
addition to the law which price tag of $300 as it stands on are about: Some stores allow payment in
They require the lender to
requires stores, banks, loan com- the showroom floor.If 30, 60, or even 90 days without
panies and others to tell you the credit "extras" are agree to charge no more than extra charge.
GUY the rate of interest that is legalin
how much 'their credit costs, added up, the actual cost to you his This is common with furniture
there is a set of rules called the of the refrigerator may comeas and other "big ticket" items.
The Standards also make
"Standards of Fairness" which high as $340-including the sure Ask the dealer with whom you
BALLOU that if cannot meet the
the Defense Department has cash price, interest, credit life you pay- are doing business if he can
when due
ments they come (on
drawn up. They offer additional insurance, credit investigation, give you this arrangement.Even .
a car, for example) the lender
CDR. USN, Ret. protection for you against busi- etc. So the extra amount-the some credit card com-
cannot take the car back without
INSURANCEINVESTMENTS nessmen who try to take advan- law calls it the Finance Chargeis first notifying you in writing. panies, including those issuing

tage of servicemen. $40 ($300 + $40)). Things The Standards also limit the attorney gasoline credit cards, will not
When you buy on credit any- such as sales tax, which you fees and "late charges"the charge you extra for a credit
thing that costs a lot of moneyor would have to pay whether it purchase if you pay up in 30
lender can make you pay in
Financial l Estate Planning ( before you borrow money) were a cash or credit purchase, such a case. days.The
Insurance Programs. the businessman with whom you are not part of the Finance The businessman cannot ease same is true for those

Mutual FundsASSOCIATED are dealing will ask you to signa Charge. out of his promise to treat you "revolving" credit or "open end"

WITH contract. That Finance Charge is the fairly by selling your installment credit cards so many people
JOHN B. STOUDEMIRE Before you sign it, the smart- most important thing you will purchase contract to someone have nowadays.
FLETCHER BUILDING est thing you can do is take the be told. It can help pick the
you else because the of
buyer These of
ONE THOUSAND RIVERSIDE AVE the assistance your"note" are sort general
contract to
legal right one from the following
PHONE 355-3487 must abide by the purpose accounts that let you
EVENINGS 266335 officer on your post. The officerlawyer possibilities:
Standards of Fairness too. charge a number of purchases
'there will look over the .
Wait until have
you enough The lender cannot charge
you made at different times and per-
dollars put aside and can buy for credit life insurance unless haps in different places. Then

., for cash, saving $40 in the ex- I 11;? really provides that insur- the company sends you a single

\ ample above. ance. He cannot put a big extra bill covering all of your pur-
I Borrow the money from a payment on the end of your chases. If you pay the entire

why credit union or'bank to pay contract, nor can he make you bill within 25 or 30 days, you
pay cash. The interest on the loan payup in full if you are reas will not be charged extra. The
'' might be less than the store's
signed to a different State or toa new law requires the store to

Finance. Charge. different country.A tell you, on the bill, the date by
rI Buy at another store where businessman who agrees to which you can pay in full and
more I the Finance Charge is lower. the Standards will sign a Certif- avoid_II Finance Charge.
The law also makes the mer- icate of Compliance for you. rII, .
chants and lenders tell you the Most businessmen who deal 1... Nis 1tNm' PAS

Shop And annual percentage rate they are with military customers have a If -J: S 8t,,,
charging you in most transac- supply of such Certificates on $Nlff f tIIlfJI l 7

COMPARE PRICES!! tions. This explains the methodthey' hand. However, if the man with J' S;)
are using to figure the whom you are dealing does not 5 -: -

NEW 12 WIDE MOBILE HOMES FROM Finance Charge.For have them, you can get some
example, if a .store saysit from your legal assistance office.It .
will charge you 1V4% a month is in your interest to do so. 1'0 If foaAY. t!/ qr)

4 299516995 interest on the balance of the It is also in the interest of the

amount you owe, it also must businessman to agree to the

tell you the full truth-that Standards and to sign the Cer-

LOW IAN RATE FINANCING Wi % interest. month really tificate. If he does sign it, and

amounts to 18% a year, a com- you fail to pay your just debtto

mon department store interest him he can get help from your

CONTINENTALMOBILE charge. Service in processing, his debt If cosrtIi
yorre .
The law also says that the claim. He cannot get this debt

lender or merchant must tell you processing help unless he
j agreesto 01 1 few YW
the number of payments you the Standards of Fairness and

HOMES must make, the,amounts of each has lived up to them. you (.. stop it
payment and the date each
pay- No law requires a seller or
ment is due. lender to sign the Certificate of $183f

3415 PHILLIPS HIGHWAY PHONE 396-3954 In addition, if you mortgage Compliance to the Standards of
your house (to make repairs or Fairness. But once he does In fact,when it comesto
money, a VW will
for any other reason, except to it is
s sign, part of his contract save you a lot of
buy it) you have three days to with_you and_.you can take legal counting, too. after you buyit

On gas bills. (It gets
up to 27 mpg.)
On oil. (It hardly ever
needs any between
And, since the engineIs
air-cooled, you never
have to dish It out on
So if you don't like to
count, buy a
Volkswagen.It .

POE Jacksonville does not

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tention in the American League. Cecil Movits

CECIL VA-45 overcame a 4th quarter I

I SPORTS By Chief Brewster ROUNDUP 1 1Cecil deficit luckless to Weapons gain a close 38-37.win Ford over of THURSDAY SPOOF McGowran) Sharon Tate Jack

VA-45, with 15 points was high THE S1DEHACKERS (COLOR
Field basketball buffs The failure of 'All Star' ,
flipped in 31 points against VA-87. Jerry McBain I FIXER (COLOR.
were treated to many hotly Fred Blake of the Hellrazors hit Jarratt of VC-4 to score was FRIDAY DRAMA) Alan Bates Dirk
contested games and fine in- for 24 VA-83 defeated VC-4
apparent as
points in leading his teamto ,
THE GOOD GUYS AND THE Bogarde, Carol White
dividual efforts during the past the win over AMD. 41-25 in a low scoring game. BAD GUYS (COLOR
week. The VA-105, behind Norris' 22 point
-44 Hornets hit the WESTERN) Robert Mitchum
The Marines split a pair, up- wining trail, downing an un- scoring burst turned back BOQ, John Carradine, Tina Louise FAY 1E
setting VA-44 and extending the dermanned but perservering A- 7343. M"

Hornet's losing steak to 3 games. 87 squad 5851. Don Hissam hit 25 Twinkle Toes Rich Stilley of the SATURDAY ,
Fred Turner scored 32 markersfor points for the winners. Hornets is to be commended for "
the Marines. VA-45 used a Unbeaten VA-81 continued his sudden outburst of sport MURDER NYSTERY) (ip T .

tight pressing defense and a their wining ways by downing smanship.After VA-44 FINALLYwon Eaton, Robert Green Shirley !
balanced attack to down the VA-72, C6-44 as J. Wilson of VA-81 a game, Rich admitted that

Marines 46-37. contributed 25 points. Cecil Field officiating had im SUNDAY SPECIAL!!

AMD was on both ends of a VA-37 parlayed a deft touch at proved a 'bit'. BATTLE OF BRITAIN

rout, downing VA-87, 82-55, and the foul line and Ritchie Teague's New Admittances to the Cecil (COLOR WAR DRAMA) TUNE UPALL$1

losing to the league leading VA- 22 points to best Dental 55-50. VA- Field 25 Point Club: Laurence Olivier, Michael Caine
174 team, 8151. Wills of AMD 37 remains very much in con Wills-AMD 31

I' -, l.rr.f""hI"" ........: J. WILSON VA-81.25 .
__ HISSAM VA-44-25
( COMEDY) Dan Rowan,
Dick Martin Carol PARTS''' '
Lynley. -
Cecil Field is getting together a ''i
.A varsity basketball team to .

participate in the Sixth Naval TUESDAY
District Games. All interested THE FEARLESS VAMPIRE
parties are asked to come to the
station gym at 11 a.m. this
Friday, 30 January 1970.

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Messenger of the Masses will provide the dance music tonight. Phil
Cay and the Chantels will be appearing on stage tomorrow evening,
and on Saturday and Sunday the club will present the Camelots.
On Monday night the Autoharps will hold their first appearance at
the Bluejackets Inn. This fast rising young group recently cut an
album which will be released nationally in the near future.
Country-western music will be featured Tuesday when Mel Gaden
and the Lazy Rhythm Girls perform.Wednesday evenings' en-
tertainment will be provided by the Four of Clubs.


to the tunes of the Clubsmen tomorrow night, and on Satur-
day enjoy country-western music when Tommy C. and the Seminoles
appear on stage.


Hear Tommy C. and the Seminoles play your favorite country tunes
5RE tomorrow evening when the menu speciality will be seafood dinner.
Saturday and Sunday will feature entertainment by the John Thomas
-UP--The principal of another re-enlistment ceremony it the Hospital was HMI Lyle L. Baker, Dining room specialS the week include sirloin steak on Saturday,
who formally hipped-over'! last week in the presence of Cdr. R. F. Karnel, (far left) chief of prime rib roast on Sunday, friend chicken on Tuesday and rib eye
laboratory services,Mrs. Baker and Capt. C.W. Lewis,Jr.,commanding officer(far right). steak on Wednesday


FRIENDLY V, RELAXED& There will be dancing tomorrow evening from 8 to 11. p.m. with
QUIET ATMOSPHERE News NotesJax music provided by Mark Castle
, iiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiimiiimiimiiiiiMi i A Las Vegas atmosphere will greet club patrons Saturday when the
IDEALLY LOCATED,FOR club holds a special'Casino Night'party,sponsorred by NAS.
CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. Admission to the 7 p.m. coat and tie affair will be one dollar per
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, The west Outgoing traffic --3 p.m. person. Johnny Jelinek will provide the dance music, and a sandwichbar
CHURCHES AND vehicle gate (Gate No. to 5:45 p.m.; Two-way will serve a selection of groumet sandwiches, each a meal in itself,
...............SHOPPING................................. 10)), located at the west traffic 8:30 a.m. to 3' for one dollar through out the evening. Bar service will be at
Mr. & Mrs.. Payton Watson, regular prices.
end of Birmingham p.m. Tickets for the event may be purchased from any NAS department,
771-6666 Ave., is open from 6 Vehicle must displaya.m. the '0' Club desk, or from LCdr. S. R. Stokes at ext. 2114. Additional
Take Rd., Turn 103rd South to Firestone 2 Blocks to 5:45 p.m. decals in order to pass information may be obtained by contacting LCdr. W. C. Forehand at
Past Forrest high School. Monday through Friday through this gate. ext. 2521,or 2546.

for passage of traffic as Visitors' passes will be
dOLONIALPOOREST follows: honored at the Main FRA 91
Incoming traffic '-- 6 Gate only, which will be
a.m. to 8:30 a.m. ; open as usual. Happy Hour will be held Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Come out
early Sunday and enjoy dinner while listening to the tunes of Jim
5928 FIRESTONE ROAD Mann and the Goodtimers. Tuesday evening is 'Game Night', and
dinner specials will begin at 6 p.m. Remember the galley serves
delicious meals every week, Tuesday through Sunday.

.. Prayer Breakfast Flamed for Feb. 5

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Basketball fliers Need CagersTo ,

r Make/ Trip to District MeetJax

Hope remains that Jax Now Richardson and Mc tonight, Thursday, at 9 p.m. at
Navy will have a representativein Caffrey are doing their best to get the NAS Gym, Building If '
w the coming 6th Naval District it moving again and are askingthe any player cannot make the
Basketball Championships as help of base cagers that can practice on this short notice they I
Flier Coach Odis Richardson has honestly contribute to a varsity should contact McCaffery at Ext.
1V been working overtime in tryingto team to show up for practice 3239.
put together a respectableclub.

When it looked like the Fliers
had almost taken a 10-count as
far as fielding a team for the
district meet at Charleston, Feb.
y 9, is concerned, Richardson and
Athletic Director Frank Mc-
Caffrey did a little scouting and
recruiting on the base and may
PLAN CAMP Navy civilian and Schlitz Brewing Company of. send a team north with the Jax ,anti
flclals' kicked off a summer prolect i Jan 20 at a meeting at the colors after all iVl'il
Thunderbird Motor Hotel In Jax. The camp, to be held at NAS Jax for The Fliers ran into trouble
underprivileged children, is sponsored by the brewery and the City of during the regular season when,
Jacksonville. (L to R) Capt H, 0. Cutler, CO NAS Jax; Joe Regna, after going through most of the
University of Florida Instructor and camp director; and Jean Tyler, schedule winless, duties and
local distributor for the brewing concern, discuss camp plans at the school and a lack of interest by "It costs,a little more to park In this town .
meeting certain players caused the teamto but you also get gum!"

Traffic BUICK Fully equipped RIVIERA,lunut tilvtrwith block vinyl!< $
US. 69 top,cUltom model,tUctrlc window and 3990
ViolationsThe I Savings Bonds I Met,f factory air,wirw*h*.l covert,

69 PdNTIACEXECUTIVE Flam*rid!2 Dr.HT.R&H,AT.PS,FB,$3290'
CLIPPER ry air,PMD mag whitli 7/00 milt*.
following is a report of
motor vehicle accidents and J I1 T-CRAFT CHEVELlE S5 396
j' 69 Mldnlt bin with black Interior,R&H,4$2790
traffic violations for the period MERCRUISER ,
t speed,factory mag wheel,7,400 mile...
Jan. 13-20. ( Cclan STERNDRIVES

This week Number of Accidents 5 m, wurMERCURY 69 MERCURYMONTEREY Whit with block vinyl I roof,4 dr.,R4H,$2590
Total accidents this year through -1)' iI/as/ PS,FB,V.8,factory air cond.
Jan. 20Number- 10.

January 1969 of accidents. 14. through. San Juan at Niblick EXPERT REPAIR SHOP :; 68 Coral CHRYSLER I with whit top 300 Con.,whit buckctt,$2 5 8 0

Total number of days sibce last Phone 384-4406 FACTORY R&H,AT PS,FB,factory air,20,000 mum.O0 ..

injury in a motor vehicle accident 'I, 2 and 3 Bedrooms TRAINED
. 236. Garden Type Apartments with MECHANICS PONTIACGTO
Number of Violations Country Club, Atmosphere Dark peen with black vinyl top,AM FM,4$2380
Kitchens equipped with 0-E .speedPMDmagwhesltsuper engine
This week 67
Ranges & Refrigerators 264-9835
Speeding 18 Individual Air Conditioning and MUSTANG
Reckless Driving 1 Heating by O-E INLET MARINE 68 Whit with bit*vinyl top RH,AT,V-I,$2380
Going through stop sign 11 e Drapes furnished tory air,21,000 miltt.CADILLAC .
e Wall to Wall Carpeting'Large
Other violations 37 Swimming Pool Sales I & ServiceHwy I .
Thirty-six drivers appeared 17 Park
Orange Dark brown with block vinyl (fop,AM
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon 68 stereo,lctre! windows and toot, $4280
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Jax Navy Team j I To Grab National Cage LeadJax

Jax-Base golfers that would ; roaY't The.National League co- they smashed them 94-50. Jim scheduled for yesterday with the
like to play in the Southeast leaders ComFairJax and Marine Bullock and Richard Barnes score not available at press time.
Military Invitational Golf Barracks tangled on the were the offensive leaders for the In Monday's game Pat Holger
Tournament Mar. 4,5, and 6 are S a eSS basketball court last Thursday to winners as they each tallied 17 and Jim Foster led the winners as
asked to sign-up at the Pro Shop decide the league lead and the. points and teammate Harry they each fired in 19 points. VW-4
by Feb. 13' for the 36-holes of I It *SS Marine quintet edged out a 61-56 James added another 16. Roger was led by the game's high scorer
t qualifying play. t.',.<'"; Mohr of NATTC netted 21 for the Ken Hedrick who netted 23.
Team mebers (active duty ( held a one-point edgeat game's high. Aircraft Maintenance had it
personnel only) will be selectedon 5'a the intermission, 27-26, but the The second game for the Mad easy sailing to a 67-35 shellackingof
the basis of the low five f Leathernecks came back and Foxes was hardly a contest as NATTC. Ralph Tisdale and
qualifiers for the two rounds. The w'" ''' ")'... with the help of dropping 19 they rolled over AFEES 11126.. Jerry Wactor were the big guns
qualifying rounds will be playedon .I" ,JJ; charity tosses they held the lead Six of the VP-5 cagers hit in the for the winners hitting for 20 and
consecutive Saturdays-Feb. 1''.. at the final buzzer. double figures column with Bob 19 points respectively. NATTCdid
14 and 21.Participating. ': 'ff""''' Tom Webb led the winners with Cochran leading the assault with salvage some glory in havingthe
in this eighth t.\ iJ 17 points while teammate Roy 23 points. Richard Mullin was top game's high scorer in Gary
annual event on the Jax: ,links will BOUNCIN' BABY BUNNY Harris supported his team with scorer for AFEES with 12. Honeycutt with 21.
be 20 military teams from five Claudia Jennings believes in reducing -- 16. Tom Bowie of ComFair was In case VP-5 or NARTU should
neighboring states with awards costs. She says, "Cost the game's top scorer with 26 Monday's Action falter VP-45 could prove to be the
going to the winning team and top reduction doesn't hurt a bit and while John Bergren added 13 in a darkhorse in the American
individiual performers. it really pays off In the end." losing game. The American League went at League as they posted their sixth
(Playboy) MARTD kept hopes alive of it Monday night and NARTU kept win against only two league
making the playoffs as they hot on the heels of league leader losses.
lent VolleyballTeam humbled Air Ops 6554. It was VP-5 as they edged a stubborn Monday they romped over
Marv Franklin leading the way VW-4 AFEES 56-35 as Fred Harigel hit
quintet 6765.
Places in Sport for the winners with 17 points and for 19 and Fred Jordan added 14.
teammate Bill Willis hitting for It was the seventh straight win Richard Mullin and Randy
Cecil Tourney 14. Jasper Witt was top man for without a loss for the NARTU five Lightner led the losers with nine
Briefs the losers with 18. and the showdown with VP-5 wu DOintl Mrh
Jax-The Jax Navy Volleyball
MAD and FICEUR battled to
Team captured a second place in
the Cecil Field Invitational see who would occupy the
Volleyball Tourney last weekend. Jax-Units that plan to enter National League cellar and Why Do You See
The Jax team took second in the Spring Intramural Bowling FICEUR didn't change its imageas
competition that have not con- a loser as they tumbled to a 69-
the 'B' division with an\8-4 mark
trailing the Atlanta Flacks who tacted the Athletic Departmentare 52 decision.
finished 12-0. asked to do so as soon as George Cpwley was red-hot for So These
In the'A' division Club 28 of St. possible.The the winners as he burned the nets Many Of'
' Petersburg was first with host deadline is nearing as the for 32 points while Tony Dimirackwas
Cecil Field finishing third. leagues will start play Feb. 9. top scorer for FICEUR with

,Jai Navy is made up of Marlin 20.
Brandt, Rick Erdman and Jim jiciiff[)
Thornburg of NARTU, Don Special Services Equipment Friday Action
Henderson, Jim Grover and Stan
VP-5 met NATTC in the first of
Bajorek of Medical, Jim
Jax-NAS Services has for the Mad
of Special two games Foxes as
Fulkerson NATTC, Ray
announced new hours for issue of they have accelerated their
Pickens of ComFairJax, and
Leroy Burgess of VW-4': gear. Weekdays they will be open schedule to complete play in the
from 8 to 6 and American the time In Jacksonville
Jax Navy was the 1969 All Navy a.m. p.m. on League by ?
Volleyball Champion. weekends from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. they deploy in February.
Shotguns and campers can be The Foxes met little resistance
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