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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1970
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o f f i cia 1 expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 27 NO 44 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA FEBRUARY 5, 1970
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February Dental ;-- Military 'Rltrgilre -


Sign Up BeginsJaxThe M

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station's Dental I__ r d Looms as Possibility'A
Department has announced that : 1
scheduling of appointments for ;
eligible children whose sp- T 7.8 basic pay raise may be in the offering for
: nonsor's birth month is members of ''the Armed Forces late this summer. The

February is continuing under the deciding factor will I be the outcome of the bills passed by

department's preventive den v/ the House and the Senate last year for raises in civil

t children.tistry program for dependent \ :) service pay, said a report from the Washington based

Children of active duty and Navy Times.
retired military personnel who The present law governming the raises gives the

are bonafide dependents and service an across the board percentage increase in
between the ages of six and 23 ., ,0r
0' 4" basic pay corresponding to what civilians get.
will be eligible for treatment.
be made The raise in military pay awaits a settling of difference
Appointments may by
the sponsor or spouse at the ......" in postal and civil service pay raise late last
Dental Department's ap year. When a common bill Is decided upon and passed

pointment desk during normal into law, an average six per cent raise for the civil work

working hours. force and 7.8 percent for the military are the figures

most talked about.

.. luck Heirs Exteried ,No effective date is definite even It the pay hike gets

the approval of the Congress and President.
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Jax Civilian workers at the t/ In other current moves affecting Armed Forces pay,

I. air station will have an extra half the Defense Department Is taking a long look at pay
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hour to cash their payroll checksat scales that could be proposed If an all-volunteer force is
the station bank.
recommended by a special Presidential commission
The bank has announced that
CWO Stubbs receives medal from Capt. H. 0. Cutler
starting with the next civilian headed by former Defense Secretary Thomas S. Gates.

payday they will be open from 10
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on a trial basisto
render better service'. to CWO Stubbs DecoratedFor
civilians,on payday i.


; USS Pictor DutyJax year

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\ .. An NAS chief warrant serving aboard the USS Pictor "? z xis
What's InsideEditorial officer was commended by the (AF-54) in which he supervisedthe
Secretary 'of the Navy and maintenance and operation of -' ,
awarded the Navy Achievement electrical systems and units in
Page Medal Thursday for his efforts such a manner as to significantly
while serving with the Seventh enhance sustained operational
Civil Service Pages 4 & 5 Fleet in Southeast Asian waters. readiness.

h Club Schedules Page 15 CWO 4 James E. Stubbs, now Through his knowledge he
i NATTC Page 17 attached to NAS as Brig Officer, modernized essential electrical
received the award in the officeof
.h Sports Feature Page 19 systems and accounted for an
p Capt. H. 0. Cutler, com- appreciable improvement inship's
Basketball Results Page 20 manding officer.
control, interior com-
Stubbs was cited for his munications, and electrical
superior performance while safety.



I Maj. Lavin New Marine Barracks CO L "' fro'M+'d tt
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Jax Maj. J. F. Lavin arrivedat graduation he was commissioneda was promoted to major and
the NAS Marine Barracks last 2nd Lt. ii. the Reserve and entered the regular Marine Corps,
week and assumed the numberone served a three year tour as a The new commanding officer
position as commandingofficer tank officer at Camp Lejuine, N. relieved Capt. M. S. Kelly who
of the 120-man command. C, Following this tour he was has been acting commandingofficer
Maj.j Lavin takes over his new released from active duty. since the detachment of
position after serving as com- From 1960 to 1966 he par Maj. B. A Greene.
manding officer of the 3rd Motor ticipated in the Marine Corps $500 BENE Clinton F. Atttbery demonstrates the UM of the tool he
Transport Bn. in Vietnam.He Reserve program and later in Weather ServicesCelebnte designed for the removal of the end bell in ASN.26 Gyros to Capt. D. H.
entered the Marine Corps in 1966 returned to active duty as a Heilt, NARF commanding officer. The tool earned Arfeberry a $500
1956 while attending La Salle captain at the Philadelphia Navy Ceiteiiil, bene sugg award and saved the Navy more than $9,000.
College in Philadelphia Following Base. While, at Philadelphia he (See Page 16))
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Navy ASKS for Vietnam EM VolunteersThe I


Navy has put out a call to Enlisteds serving in-country or ..Ten percent interest on Volunteers of the highest
all its enlisted men seeking aboard non-rotated ships are savings\ eposits. quality will be eligible for duty as :
volunteers for general in-country eligible for the following benefits. ...Transportation of dependentsand advisors, and those volunteeringfor
duty in Vietnam and for duty ...Preferential considerationfor household goods to any a second tour are particularly
aboard non-rotated ships in the reassignment as specified in location in the continental U.S., desired. Those volunteering for a
waters of Vietnam. current directives. and to Puerto Rico, Alaska and second tour beginning withinthree
Volunteers are also needed to ...Hostile fire pay for each Hawaii or any territory or years or a single extension for an
serve as advisors to the Viet- month or any six days thereof. possession of the U.S. if approvedby additional full year will be
namese Navy.Personnel ...Total exemption of all wages the Chief of Naval Personnel. counted as two years sea duty for .
officials say there from income taxation, including ...Those assigned to in-country rotation
are about 30,000 naval personnelwho reenlistment and variable activities become eligible for
Full details of requirementsand
are currently: engaged in reenlistment bonuses. field advancement. ratings most urgently neededare
advisory support and offensive ..,1 nose in-country or on non- ...Authorized accumulation of listed in Bureau of Personnel 1
operations in Vietnam, resultingin rotated ships can earn a 30-day up to 90 days leave. Notice 1306 of Jan. 14.
about 2,000 rotations monthly.By leave and free transportation to ...Award of Vietnam Service
calling for volunteers, the and from any place in the free Medal and Republic of Vietnam Personnel offices aboard
Navy hopes that it can use a world upon agreement to extend Campaign Medal with Device. station will assist volunteers in
greater percentage of volunteersin Vietnam tour by six months Qr ..Free letter mailing and finding out whether they are
country. .. more. special customs privileges. eligible for Vietnam duty.
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FEBRUARY, 1970
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Roll Up Your SleevesThe :'--r7- I 1'--1' '




American National Red Cross is making a special appeal for ;
yearlong support during 1970. It is not just another fund drive. Red ,
Cross officials say they now get about 90 per cent of their operating
budget through United Funds. The remainder is raised by chapters CATHOLICNaval
which conduct independent fund raising campaigns in March. 44 V' fYk
The Red Cross feels its 'Roll Up Your Sleeves' campaign is in ( a Air Station
keeping with the President's emphasis on voluntary action. It hopes y

the slogan will promote year-round participation in and support of the w d b
many Red Cross programs which help in time of disaster; provide SUNDAY MASS 9&lla.m.
first-aid,water safety and home nursing education; supply about half DAILY MASS 1130am.:
of the blood needs of our nation's hospitals, and serve the men and iii- r:! Confessions will be held
women of our armed forces. and veterans.: Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and from
5 to 6.p.m.
lJ
,, Naval Hospital

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11n ; \ CONGRATULATIONS AG2 Lloyd C. Vangorden accepts his ad.
vancement certificate from Fleet Weather Facility's Commanding SUNDAY MASS 10a.m.

Roll up i Officer, Cdr. L. J. Underwood. Vagorden stands his Fleet Weather Bldg. 500
watches as a weather Plotter Observer.
your sleeves. PROTESTANTNaval




eiH&irQ/ WORSHIP 10 a.m.Hospital SERVICES


Last year, Red Cross served a monthly average of 121,000 ser
The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different Nival Air Stitioi
vicemen. It transmitted more than 863,000 emergency welfare meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
messages to and from overseas,including birth and death notices, and breakfast I a.m. to 7:30 am. dinner* 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.and supper 4 p.m. to
other information vital to servicemen and their families. During the 5:39: p.m. Dining Hall No. J, Bldg. SSI, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.; Sunday
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. supper 5:00 p.m. to ,:15. Both Dining halls ob Church School 9a.m.
year, it presented more than 147,000 recreation events to sick and serve the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast (:30 a.m. to
wounded servicemen in military hospitals around the globe. An 1:30: a.m.brunch 9:301.m.to 12:30: p.m.lud supper*4 p.m.to S:20 p.m. Junior Church 10a.m.
of 248,000 troops participated each month last in Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 Divine Worship Service 10a.m.
average year cents;dinner and brunch for f S cents and supper for 50 cents.
recreation programs offered by young women in Red Cross Center Bldg 750
Clubmobile programs in Vietnam and Korea $51,747,603 was spent Episcopal Communion 8:30: a.m.
for these services. Bldg. 750

The Red Cross counseled more than 15,750 veterans or their families BREAKFAST DINNER SUPPER
each month on personal and family problems. And it provided nearly Junior Youth Fellowship: 5 p.m
$13.5 million in loans and grants to servicemen and their families to Bldg 722
,
help meet emergency financial problems.The FRIDAYFEB
American National Red Cross aids all segments of the com TuesdaySenior
Corn Meal Mush Oyster Stew Tomato Vegetable Soup Choir Rehearsal 5
p.m.
munity. It serves all America and all Americans.Roll Eggs to Order Italian Meat Balls Swiss Steaks
up your sleeves with the Red Cross. (AFPS) Scotch Woodcock, Pizza Pie Natural Gravy Bldg.750
Grilled Luncheon Meat Boiled Spaghettis Mashed Potatoes ThursdayChristian
Hashed Brown Lemon Buttered Mexican Corn
Praline Buns Asparagus Bread Pudding Science Service 8 p.m.
White Cake Lemon Sauce ,

Give Me Help Lord: Cocoa Fudge Frosting NATTC '

Divine Worship
12p.m.
By Lt. V.P. Gerlock, CHC
SATURDAY, FEB. 7 ,..Bldg. 500
Here we go again Lord, another New Year. They seem Evening Worship 6p.m.

to go faster as I get older. After this many years I know Hot Eggs Oatmeal to Order Simmered Baked FrankfurtersHot Beans Creole Braised Soup Pork Chops Bldg.500

enough not to make resolutions that having been broken Griddle Cakes French Fried Potatoes Onion Gravy
Broiled Bacon Slices Buttered Fresh Frozen O'Brien Potatoes
will haunt me for the rest of the year. Cake DoughnutsHot Mixed VegetablesIce Okra & Tomato Gumbo
Cream Sundles Buttered Green Peas
So Lord let me merely offer a prayer for your help. Lemon Cake Pudding In Memorlum

Now I'm not praying for the whole year at one shot, |lust
SUNDAY, FEB.I Retired VAdm. WendellG.
one day at a time. Switzer, 71, a former

To Grits Turkey Pot Pie Turkey Noodle Soup Commander of Fleet Air
So Lord each day help me first to see. really see
Eggs to Order Mashed Potatoes Grilled Ham Steaks Jacksonville (June 1957-
the tremendous wonder and mystery or your creation. Minute Steaks Buttered Wax Beans Cream Gravy April 1959)), died Tuesday

Help me to see- to really see Your Presence In all of my Sugar Home Rolls Fried Potatoes Mince Hot Biscuits Cookies Mashed Buttered Brown Fresh Potatoes Frozen afternoon in a Pensacola

fellowmen. Help me to see the sacredness of the human Broccoli hospital.
Boiled Navy Beans He 'was a native of
person. Apple Pie Topeka, Kan., and a 1921

Help me also Lord to listen. To listen to You speaking MONDAY, FEB.t Naval Academy graduate.

through others. Help me to listen to the young as well as Funeral services for
Adm.'Switzer will be heldat
the old. Hot Grits Split Pea Soup Onion Soup
Ham Omlet Oven Roast of Beef Beef Paprika the Pensacola Naval Air
Hash Brown Potatoes Natural Gravy Steamed Rice Station Chapel this mor
Finally Lord give me patience, not only with others, Grilled Luncheon Meat Mashed PotatoesAu Creole Green Beans ning. He will be buried at

but also with myself. Give me patience that I might not Cinnamon Rolls Seasoned Gratin Spinach Cauliflower Baking Blueberry Powder Pie Biscuits Arlington National

get discouraged with my weakness and throw ,in the Creamy Rice Pudding Cemetary, Washington D.

towel. Give me patience to grow in Your image, according Chocolate Topping C., tomorrow.

to Your timetable and Your love.
TUESDAY, FEB. 10
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Hot Oatmeal Vegetable Soup Chicken Noodle Soup
Eggs to OrderPineapple Baked Veal Loaf Baked Virginia Ham Traffic
Hot Cakes Tomato Gravy Pineapple Sauce
Baked Sausage Patties French Fried Potatoes Mashed Sweet
Potatoes
JTAX AIR NEWSThe Raised DoughnutsHot Buttered Peas & Celery Southern Style Greens ViolationsThe
Ice Cream SundiesWEDNESDAY Boiled Navy Beans
Bread Pudding
Peach Sauce

JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprlae Newspaper FEB. 11 following is a report of
distributed each Thursday at the U.S Naval Air Station, motor vehicle accidents and

Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Farina Bean SoupChicken traffic violations :for the period
private/irm. AH Copy submitted/or use in'the JAX AIR NEWS Scrambled Eggs Fried Steak Creole Deep Fried Soup Jan. 20(- o.
Fish
mud be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Creamed Dried Beef Brown Gravy tions Pore Number of Accidents.
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.. News Home Praline Fried Rolls Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Scalloped Potatoes This week 9
items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone 772-3118 or Mixed Buttered Vegetables Fresh Frozen Harvard Buttered Beets Total accidents this year through
Brussels
3119. Peanut Butter Cake Sprout. Jan. 20Number. 19.
Butter Cream Icing Ice Cream CupsMinestrone of accidents throughJan.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries 69.14Total .
concerning such should be directed. to: THURSDAY, FEB.12 number of days since last

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Corn Meal Mush Cream of Potato Soup injury in a motor vehicle accident
Eggs to Order Baked Pork Soup .
243.
4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville Fla. ,. Chops Baked Lasagna
32210 Griddle Cakes" Hot Spiced Apple Sauce Pizza PieBroccoli Number of Violations
Broiled Bacon Slices Macaroni with
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Telephone 388-2755
Polonaise This week
64
Sugar Rolls Tomatoes and Cheese
Apple
Pie
Boiled Pinto Bans Speeding (
VOL 27 NO. 44 FEBRUARY 5, 1970 Simmered Spinach Reckless Driving '. 2
Fruit Gelatin
Going through 12
Whipped Topping stop sign -
Other violations 32



FEBRUARY 5, 1970 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE ,3

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. T 1.(tt,. CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUP ]

i.: By Chief Brewster

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Highlights of the weeks actionin career high for Skip.LEADING .

."11'7 basketball saw VA-81 win a (..
..r' squeaker over VA-83, 5250. In SCORERS
2 "'f-- iJ' downing VA-83, VA-81 clinched FOR THE WEEK:
..i.. first place in the National TURNER, MARINES 26, 26
League, thus winning a berth in BLAKE, VA. 174 26 4 I l.
a Yt the playoffs. The only un- JOHNSON, VA174.26 ,;i
TiTiT&J-I,1 peryrbed 'fan' among VA-83 KALASNIK, VA-S7.24
rooters was their pet goat who MOLINA, BOQ 22
somehow managed to sleep NELSON, VA-105.20
despite the roof raising noise COSE, DENTAL 19, 18 :
around him-her? DAILEY, VA81.19LAWRENCE .

::::... In other games,the high flying MARINES 19
Hellrazor five continued their
W MATTICK, VA44 -18 ,4
winning ways by blasting the WILLS, AMD -18
With the Sixth Fleet In the Mediterranean the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42)) Is serving with Marines 74-44 ant VA-87 72-60. RANDALL, VA44 -18
the U. S. Sixth Fleet In the Mediterranean Sea for the 18th time in her 24 year history. VA-81 turned back Dental 69-62 KJOSA, VA82 -17
and VC-4, 5026. The Marines

Training Cecil Movies bounced back with an impressivewin '{QUi, ro"J1SPf
.....- over AMD, 5239.A dJfJfEd
with VA174The C.--: hustling BOQ team beat VA-
1 THURSDAYS 72, 55-48. VA-83 also took a pair of
4 THE GIRL WHO KNEW TOO games, downing Dental 59-46 and
Hellrazors of Attack i:1 MUCH (COLOR DRAMA) Adam nipping VA-105, 5250. VA-44
Squadron One Seventy Four : West, Nancy Kwan entered the winners circle twice, .
welcomed a new'squadron into its 't FRIDAY running Weapons out the gym 77- l

exalted halls of training and { ,. ,. \ ;; .!. JUSTINE (COLOR DRAMA) 31 and routing VA-45, 64-33 VA-
J .
honored three of its replacementspilots ; :'. Anouk Aimee, Michael York 37 beat VC-4, 4332. :
upon promotion to SATURDAYTHE Our congratulations to Skip
Lieutenant during ceremonies t, LEARNING TREE Jackson on the Hornets who _
Monday at Cecil Field. (COLOR DRAMA)Kyle Johnson, broke out of his scoring doldrumsby
Cdr. William W Yonke, XO Alex Clarke, Estelle Evans. canning a long jumper Skip MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
VA-174 welcomed Cdr. John J. SUNDAY now has a total of 2 points for the 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
Lahr, CO VA-81, and his
personnel ALICE'S RESTAURANT season. A teammate observed PHONE 771-8244
who began training with that the constituted
(COLOR COMEDY DRAMA) 2 points a new
VA-174 on Monday. The Sun
Arlo Guthrie, Pat QuinnMONDAY
Liners are undergoing transition .
from the A-4 to the A7E. They
will be the first East coast fleet THE THOMAS CROWN AF-
squadron to fly the Navy's newest to FAIR (COLOR DRAMA) Steve 50% on
version of the A-7 Corsair II. McQueen, Faye Dunaway
Cdr. Yonke had the honor of TUESDAY
pinning shoulder boards on three ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE
newly promoted Lieutenants WEST (COLOR WESTERN) Sheratonon
attached to VA174. The officers ADJC R. A. Perry was Henry Fonda, Claudia Caedinale,
receiving promotions to reenlisted for two years by Cdr.C. Jason Robards
Lieutenant were: Lt. Michael WEDNESDAYTHE
R. Bowling, Commanding
Awood, Lt. Peter L. Leum, and Officer Attack Squadron One INCREDIBLE JOUR-
Lt. Andrew C. Sewall. Hundred Five. NEY (COLOR ADVENTURE) on .
John Drainie, Emilie Genest .


tay at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn
Hunt HarvestThe in the Continental U.S.* at Vz the regularrate

on,Friday, Saturday,and Sunday

Cecil Field Rod and Gun nights.Youdon't.
We loana .:,
have to be in uniform.All you
Club is holding a 'Hunt Harvest
need is ID.
Festival' Saturday, February 7, your
1970 at the Lake Newman Next time you get a weekend pass,
Recreation Facility. The door unwind in style at Sheraton.
million .
will be open at 1200 and food will *Reservations are accepted on a
be served between 1300 and 1500. "Standby Basis"only and are subjectto
There will be a Turkey Shot and space availability' time of check-in.
other entertainment. All members Offer does not apply to the St.,Regis
dollars and their families are Sheraton in New York City.
cordially invited. This will be the
best Rod and Gun party to date. @}
Members are also reminded of
dayWhen the monthly meeting of the club
every Thursday, February 5, at 1930. SheratoriJacksonvillelfeteltuLFUFlClNTER
This meeting will also be held at .
Lake Newman.
SHERATON HOTELS AND MOTOR INNS. A WORLDWIDE SERVICE OF Id

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You see, we realize that people need moneyfor ACCURACY GUARANTEED
many different reasons. And we like to
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When money matters, Aetna's got what it takes ; :


3 Convenient Locations
"/ CITY-WIDE TAX SERVICE
Hemming Park Bldg. :
46 W, Duval, Phone 355.7543 \ BLANDING BLVD. (Near San Juan)
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S /
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Loans From $50 to "00 Mon.-Fri. <<9 A.M. to 7 P.M. St. 9 to 5








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I Merit Promotion OpportunitiesListed




for Civilian Employees. .

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Jax Merit promotion opportunities Accounting Technician GS-4, 101- 14145.69 Electrician, 146-69
currently open for 69 Aircraft Metalsmith, 102-69 Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-4, '
receipt of applications are listed Automotive Mechanic (Body & 147-69 Military Personnel Clerk
below. Fender), and 103-69 Clerk (Typing) GS-5, 149.69 Super-
Applications for the positions Dictating Machine TranscriberGS4. visory Military Personnel Clerk
shown in the following group will (Typing) GS-5, and 152-69 Air
be accepted from career or Also, 105-69 Secretary (Steno) craft Engine Mechanic. iiL
career conditional employees of GS-5,107-69 Card Punch Operator Also, 153-69 Airframes
the air station, Rework Facility, GS-2 and 3,103-69 Messenger GS2 Mechanic, 154-69 Computer
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and 3, 110-69 Production Con- Operator GS-4, 155.69, In-
Fleet Air Jacksonville, Fleet troller GS-7, 111-69 Planner and strument Mechanic (Electronic),
Aviation Electronics TrainingUnit Estimator (Sheetmetal Worker), 156-69 Aircraft Metals Worker &
Atlantic Det Jax, Fleet 112.69 Electric Accounting 157-69, Aircraft Examiner
Intelligence Center, CommissaryStores Machine Operator GS-3, 114-69 (Aircraft Electrician), 15U9
Hospital, Recruiting Pipecoverer, 115-69 Plasterer, Welder, 159-69 Aircraft Examiner
Station, Regional Storage 117-69 Sheetmetal Worker, 118-69 (Airframes Mechanic), 160.69
Management Office, Disease Refrigeration and Air Con- Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-5,
Vector Control, Fleet Weather ditioning Mechanic, 119-69 161-69 Cash Clerk GS-4, 162-69
Facility and Navy Finance Officeat Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, Supply Clerk GS-4, 165-69 In-
any time. 121.69 Boiler Tender, 122-69 spector (Household Goods
No. 79-69 Electronics Plumber, 124-69 Assistant Meat Shipment), 166-69 Engineman
Mechanic, 80-69 Aircraft Elec Cutter, and 125.69 Laborer (Locomotive), 167-69 Supply Data
tronics Worker, 81-69 Accounts Cleaner. Assistant GS-6, 168-69 Super-
Maintenance Clerk GS-4, 82-69 Also, 126-69 Mess Attendant, visory Clerk GS-5, and GraphicArts Francisco Ocasio with Capt. Grinstead
Planner & Estimator (Public: 128-69 Secretary (Steno) GS-4, Mechanic 169-69.
Works Structures), 83-69 Aircraft 129-69 Aircraft Instrument Also, 170-69 Clerk GS-5, 171-69 Second Career Ends
Instrument Mechanic, 84-69 Mechanic (Electronic). 130-69 Power Plant Controlman, 172-69
Aircraft Instrument Worker, 85- Automotive Equipment Ser- Inspector (Metals) A, 173-69
69 Aircraft Electrician, 86-69 viceman 131-69) Clerk GS-2 and 3, Electric 'Accounting Machine For Supply EmployeeJax
Clerk (Stenography) GS-3 and 4, 132-69 Computer Operator GS-5, Supervisor GS-4, 176-69 Sales
87-69 Clerk (Typist) GS-Z,3 and 4; 133-69 Stockman, 13649 Data Store Checker GS-3, 2-70 Ship- A career of 40-years of aboard such famous ships as the
and 88-69 Electronics Mechanic Communications Equipment ment Clerk (Typing) GS-5, 5-70 service to the U. S. Navy came to Arkansas, .Saratoga, Maddox ,
(Aircraft: Systems.) Operator and 137-69 Toolmaker, 6-70 Inspector an end. Friday when Francisco and Leyte to name only a few of
Also, 89-69 Electronics Management Technician GS-5. (Metals) B, 11-70 Shipment Clerk, Ocasio, of NAS Supply Depart- the many assignments he had He
Mechanic (Maintenance), 90-69 Also, 139-69 Teletypist GS-5, IIHG (Typing) GS-4, 12-70 ment, put in his last day on the also took part in the invasions at
Machinists, 91-69 Aircraft 140-69 Mechanical Engineering Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-6, job. Casa Blanca, Normandy and
Electrical Worker, 92-69 Planner Technician GS-7,8 and 9 Ground 14'70 Voucher Examiner Ocasio was commended by Philippine Islands.In .
& Estimator (Public Works Support, 141-69 Mechanical (Typing) GS-4, and 16-70 Fiscal Capt. E. A. Grinstead, Supply
Electrical Systems), 93-69 Industrial Engineering Technician (Jet Accounting Clerk GS-4. commanding officer, and Capt.H. 1950 the retired warrant
Tractor Operator, 94-69 Engine) GS-7, 8 and 9, 142-69 Applications for the following 0. Cutler, NAS commandingofficer officer went to work for the
Apprentice (First Year), 96-69 Instrument Mechanic (General) jobs will be accepted from the for his many years of Federal Civil Service as a riggerin
Statistical Assistance. GS-S, 97-69 143-69 Aircraft Painting Worker, same group of employees as service as a sailor and later as a the Navy ;yard at New York
above, however, the first cut off civilian worker.He and later transferred to become
date follows each positions.No. started his career by leading man in the Labor and
15-70 General Foreman enlisting in the Navy in 1920 and Equipment Division at Naval
(Machinist) I ( Feb 12)), and 17- served continuously until 1936. Station, Green Cove Springs. He
VICE ADMIRAL 70 Leader Laborer (Feb. 16) Shortly before the start of World has been with the NAS Jax
Nationwide openings are War II Ocasio was recalled and Supply Department for the past
available for Electrical Ac- served until 1946. He served 15 years.
LOUNGE
L counting Machine SupervisoryGS5

(Observation; Meteorological) GS-6; and Technician Closed 22 Have Half CenturyOf

: : (FIRST DECK) Microphone Reporter, GS-6 or
Shorthand Reporter GS-6.
Applications for positions Combined ServiceJax
shown below will be accepted
irTM.rwars
from career or career-
conditional employees of Navy Eleven station em- and has been at the air station for
and Marine Corps activities in ployees have marked 30-years nearly 28 years.
the Sixth Naval District within service with the government and Matilda K. Whitaker has over
the time limitations as listed. 11 others have completed 20- 27 years at NAS Jax and began
MPB No. 99-69 Meteorological years service. her civilian service in Georgia.
Technician GS-5 open con- Length of service pins were Public Works Dept.
tinuously. There is also an presented during ceremonies at Christopher C. Harlin is a
opening for a Budget Analyst GS5 the employees' divisions. The veteran of both Army and Navy
CASUAL ATTIRE ; and 7 for applications for em- following employees have service, plus over 23 years with
8.to 12. completed 30
PM t, ployees within the Jacksonville years service. the air station.
area. First closing date has been Civilian Personnel Security Dept.
set for Feb. 17.Application Harry S. Stewart spent over 20 Quentine W. Cantrell spent six
Forms 171 for these years on active Navy duty before
Featurlqg KRAZY OTTO years in the Navy; worked for the
positions should be filed to work
with starting with the Naval Navy in the Philippines for five

...................,.............. Box Civilian 22, Personnel NAS Jacksonville Department, Fla.YORKTOWN ,. Supply has been Depot at NAS, Great'Jax Lakes over,five 111., year, and came to NAS Jax 19

i TOP OF THE INN .: J'1 years. years Warren ago.W. Easterling servedfor

Featuring Communications two years in the Army before
) Thomas C. Perkins, a veteranof switching to the Navy for an 18-
i MarieReappeorng Conti I six years in uniform with the year stretch of service. Workedat
Army, has been at the air station Naval Station Green Cove
by POPULAR DEMAND/ :
: 21 years. Springs more than 11 before
.................................6 here 12 years
ComptrollerOtha coming years ago.
L.Hawkes spent nearly 25
years with the Air Force before Supply Dept.
k.iAa V$ joining the Post Office Department -
Over five years here. Walter C. Allen served in the
Top. of Holiday Inn, Jacksonville Beach Bertha Mehlman started her Coast Guard, worked at Camp
Reservations Call: 249.90719amtol2pm government employment with Blanding and at Green Cove
the Works Project Administration Springs before moving to NAS

APARTMENTS Jax 12 years ago.
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE James C. Carson retired from
Direct from factory to the Navy and has over nine yearsas
you
7,2& 3 BEDROOM APTS. Compare: Quality a civilian employee here.
Price Charles E. Davis has over 18
1 Minutes from NAS II CASH & CARRY years with the air station. He alsois
and CECIL FIELD Corner Roosevelt&St. Johns a veteran Army man and
Call 771-5736 Can you affort not to compare? worked for a short time with the
Navy in Panama City.

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l Jacksonville Area Civil Service News 1





More Details Given on Local Wage Survey StudyEditor's


( Note: This is the Manufacturing (except printing One-half of the data collectorsare organization having the largest employees. Four members are
fourth of a series of articles being publishing, and recommended by the com- number of wage employees designated by the president of the
published regarding the new miscellaneous manufacturing) mittee labor member and one- covered by exclusive recognitionin AFL-CIO, and one by an Independent -
Coordinated Federal Wage Transportation, Com- half area designated by local the agency. labor organization ona
System. This article will discussthe munications and Public Utilities activities.The The main functions of the rotating basis.The Chairman of
following: Wage Surveys Wholesale Trade. committee reviews all agency wage committee are to the committee is designated by
(Standard Survey Practices and Real Estate Operators of office wage data obtained by the data plan and review full-scale wage the Chairman of the Civil Service
Procedures). buildings which both own and collectors and makes Its decisionon surveys, and to recommend wage Commission.The .
maintain their own buildings.The any differences between data schedules to the pay-fixing
ByMrs.Maryll.Selby Bureau of Labor StatisticsBLS collectors in reference to the authority.The functions of the National
( ) draws a survey sample comparability of Job matches, Chairman of the Civil Wage Policy Committee are to
WAGESURVEYS representative of all significant discriminatory rates, or differences Service Commission has consider new or revised basic
Under the new system, the establishments, including job In interpretation and established a National Wage policies and procedures of the
Civil Service Commission shops, which have 50 or more application of the policies and Policy Committee which consists Coordinated Federal Wage
prescribes standard practicesand employees. procedures in manual instructions of eleven members. Five System, and to make recom-
procedures for conductinglocal Survey results are effective not and makes its members are designated from mendations to the Chairman of
wage surveys, for analyzingdata later than the first day of the first recommendation to the lead Federal agencies having- wane- the Commission.
and for developing wage pay period which begins after the agency.
schedules.A 44th day, (Excluding Saturdaysand Upon completion of the survey,
Wage Area is a geographicarea Sundays) following the dateon the committee prepares and *
defined by the Civil Service which the wage survey was forwards to the lead agency a '\ '
.
Commission within which a ordered to be made. report of its activities, decisions, .
single set of wage schedules will and recommendations together 'it
be uniformly applied by Federal LOCAL WAGE with the survey data collected.
installations in the area. The SURVEY COMMITTEEA Agency Wage Committee *
Jacksonville Florida Wage Area National Wage Policy CommitteeAt
has been defined by the Com- local wage survey committee the agency level, the wage Ic ifQJits
mission as consisting of the consisting of three members is committee consists of five
following counties: established in each wage area members.The chairman and two
Florida: Duval, Clay, Flagler, which meets these requirements: 'members are designated by the ,t o o' ArrsDON'T
Nassau, and St. Johns. There are 400 wage employeesin head of the agency. Two mem- *
Georgia: Camden and CharltonA the wage area. bers are designated by the labor BLOW YOUR MIND
survey areas is that part of There are 150 wage employees
the Wage area where the under exclusive union
establishments included in the recognition in all activities in the
wage survey are located. In our wage area, and the total number
case this is Duval County. of wage employees under .
Wage surveys are conductedat exclusive recognition equals 10 -
approximately annual in- percent of the number of wage
tervals in a wage area. Two kindsof employees in the lead agency NOW. ;
surveys are made on an installation having the largest
alternating cycle., A full scale wage employment.One .

survey includes developing by member of the committeeis .'' :, '. ,
the Bureau of Labor Statistics a selected and appointed by the .: ,
"
sample of establishments to lead agency in the wage area. .;. ". ':"
survey and visiting these com- One member:is recommended by : ,\ ',
panies to obtain wage data. On a the labor organization having the ; ; .
wage change survey, the same largest number of wage employees
establishments are contacted for under exclusive
information on wage adjustmentswhich recognition in the wage area (in i'2 \,
have occured since the full- our case this is the local I.A.M.)
scale survey.In and is designated by his em-
each local wage survey, datais ploying agency. The third
collected for a prescribed list of member, who acts as chairmanof
jobs common in skill and the committee, is designatedby r .
responsibility to both industryand the lead agency. The lead
government. Survey job agency in this area is the PERCENT "', ,
descriptions are prepared by the Department of Defense.
Civil Service. The local wage survey com
mittee accomplishes the
INDUSTRIES SURVEYED
following functions:
Industries surveyed are They conduct hearings to PASSBOOK SAVINGS
defined in terms of the Standard permit presentation of information .
Industrial Classification System requests, and
which classifies industrial recommendations by local
establishments by type of ac organizations and individuals.The .
tivity. There are certain In- committee determines the
ANNUAL RATE DAILY INTEREST
dustries which are included in all number of data collectors needed
regular wage surveys. Theseare and provides for their trainingand Compounded & Paid QUARTERLY!

: supervision. Your Money is Available ANYTIME I ;:'

Career Newsletter Aids No Loss of Interest For EARLY WITHDRAWALI!

Retirement Preparation Harvey Shelley is No MINIMUM DEPOSIT!

WASHINGTON (AFPS) Deposit Insurance up to $20,0001by !
A newsletter designed for careerists Nttioi's lirgest Firm
with 18 or more years' ( Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)
active service has been pub-
lished by the Army. Silos Rtprtstitvthre
Called OUTLOOK the publication -

preparations.stresses The pre-retirement Army's AdJu-
tant General will publish the
The newsletter first issue every went other to month.Army ( ) "lh Pleasure/ to Bank Atlantic"/

commands in November. .


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6 JAX AIR NEWS. AFTERBURNER

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Mx Hospital 6tm i ,


Nine Officers


Jax-Nine officers attached to
the Naval Hospital have been

J M\1\ I promoted.Six of the officers serve in the rl ,, ,j I faI
I f ;' Medical Service Corps and three 1.i .

: 4' are in the Nurse Corps. i a
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Lieutenant Commanders L_

t', w Lieutenant commanders from the A '
Service Corps are Alexander R. f ,'
4
t* Duncan (Food Service), James s.I .
l L. Dupes (Patient Affairs),
M, rs 4'" Hudson B. Price (Data -- tM,t s' M' rt t
.y ', :' Processing), and Patrick J,
r r p 5 Scanlin (Personnel). Nurses that "' t
received the new strip are LCdrs.
"\ t Gail It. Lopresto and Carol Ann
Young.
,1l
,\ ; pf: m; Lieutenants b ps e
'
: y, II g; New lieutenants are David J.
\ .{\1 ?" Crcahan Jr. and Matthew E.il ''
t 4>" !V' Elgart, MSC and Carol L. Avery,

.\1 .,.4,..._. -__ W_u _. NC..

UP ONE .. Capt. C. W. Lewis, Volunteers
GOLD OAK LEAVES -- Nurse Jr., Hospital commending of
FRIENDLY, RELAXED& Gail R. Lopresto of the Naval Did you know that mouth lo ficer, meets with newly promoted
QUIET ATMOSPHERE Hospital gets her new lieutenant mouth recipient resuseitulion more oxygen providesthe than members of the hospital staff On NeededIf
itiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiitimiiimiIDFALLY commander oak leaves pinned on he would normally get if he Capt. Lewis' left are LCdrs.
LOCATED fOR by Capt. Smith of the hospital were sitting; quietly und breathing Dupes, Price, Duncan, and you can give a half day a
CECIL F IELD, N.A.S, staff. on his own? Scanlin and lieutenants Elgart week of your time, the Red Cross
ClOSE TO SCHOOLS, and Creahan.Can't Volunteeers at the Jacksonville
-CHUKCHES AND
Naval Hospital need you.
...... SHOPPING. ...... besidesthe
I I I I I I I I II I II. III I II I I II I I I I I I I I I I The only requirements
Mr. & Mrs. Payton Watson, Give Up Eating* five-day training course are

771 6666 that you be over 18, in good

Tiik 103rd lo f 'inMonoHcl The Family Editor from pics for the freezer Heat before list, but be prepared to take health, and capable of providingyour
., turn South 7 Blocks, Washington reports on how Navy serving. advantage of unexpected good own uniform and tran-
Past Forresl 1 highSchool' and Marine Corps wives can save ...Use evaporated or dry milk buys. sportation.The .
money on restricted food for cooking. ...Try to remain calm and annual spring training
COLONIALFOREST::
budgets.If ...Save butter or margarine relaxed, even if the commissaryis course will be held beginning
you want to give up eating, wrappers to greese cake or overcrowded or the grocery Monday through Feb. 13, from 9
don't cookie tins. Use butter for the a.m to noon in the second floor
it's easy, but most of us store is full of screaming kids.
want to go that far, however, so table, margarine for cooking. Rushing through the store may conference froom at the Naval
here are a few hints that might Sometimes margarine is cheaper cost extra money Hospital.
. FIRESTONE ROAD Interviews will be held today
5928 conform to pocketbook. than shortening for baking.
your ...Don't go shopping on an
,..Buy day-old bread, rolls and ...Save bones from cooked empty stomach. Everything will and tomorrow in the Red CrossOffice
dI meat for soup stock. Put in kettle look good. at the Naval Hospital.

BANKAMERICARD*AMERICAN EXPRESSSTANDARD with onions, carrots, celery and ...If you are a working wife, Interested persons may call 772-
OILMASTERCHARGE Creditcar Cards Honored water. consider the time it takes to 2218 for more information

W ...Try cheaper cuts of beef Use prepare meal, not just the price
IAll"'" slow cooking or pressure cooker. ...Plan meals for both taste and Navy Relief
IOOSRtl1 ...Plan dinner menus in ad- nutrition.

vance, but change to take ad- ...If you own a deep freeze, use
vantage of best buys. ,..Learn it. Buy specials and freeze them. Needs WivesJaxThe
how to spot specials, but be sure Put up fruits and vegetables in
wash they are really special. A good season. Save leftovers. Bake Navy Relief Societyhas
buy on veal is worthless if your ahead. announced that the annual
family dislikes veal. Instead of shopping training course for volunteer
...Buy can and package sizes to week every wives will be conducted from
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY buy enough for two weeks?!
suit your family. Giant sizes are and see if this doesn't save March 2 to March; 20.
HOURS 8:30 AM-5:30PM
: wasteful if they must be thrown buying impulse items. Once this Classes will be held Monday,

away routine is established, you may Wednesday and Fridays from
"Read the weekly food ads and find yourself restricting pur- 9 a.m.to noon in Building 501 at
make a list. Never shop without a chases inbetween to specials. NA TTC.
For mothers with small
children the Society will provide
SSSSSSSSSATISFIED free babysitting at the air station

I US. Savings Bonds I session.nursery while classes are in

IN PRESENT POSITION? Attending the course will not
only enable volunteer wives to

A NEW FUTUIE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS Society participate, but will in the provide work valuable of the

general background information
CITY, STATE AND NATIONAL OPENINGS

MANY FEE PAID WANT CASH? regarding Wives that the would Navy.like to take

the course or would like more
information can call the Navy
Relief Office at 772-3515 or 389-
VV
WESTSIDE. PERSONNEL 5308 before Feb.'20.

PrtfMslfiri. CORSlltMtS You're good

CLfPPEfW/LVERL/NE/ /
for more atBeneficial T-CKAFT

MERCRUISER
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CALL 3876416 Appointments at your convenience MERCURY OUTBOARDS

Eiec. Sectys- To 5600 Programmers .$1,000 up Geta Beneficial AII-In-One Loan.it's the one loan that docs :r 1fi411f.tmi'
Clk. Steno-Receptnsts .To 1400 Engineers .To 11,400 everything all at once: pays off your other loans...cleans
up your bills, time. payment EXPERT 2i n
Legal Sectys- x To ISOO PharmacistTo 11,000 accounts financing
...
deals gives you cash for mid winter
needs. And REPAIR fi
NCR Optrs-Acct. Rec. Clks.To 14S0 AccountantsTo $1,000 only one
payment to make at
one place.
Salesmen (CAli Type) .SOO up Lab. Tech Dent.Med. TO SlOO Phone now, Beneficial..where the SHOP :#
Store KprsWhsnfenAdmin .To $SOO Key Punch Optrs .To 1500 money Is. FACTORY J
Trainee 1500.5600 Mechanics (All) To $600 I TRAINED %:!-1
RESUMES WELCOMED Beneficial Finance System MECHANICS i?:

LOANS UP o/iY 1n i
TO $600 f
Based &
Starting Salaries on Ability ExperienceYOU
Beneficial Finance Co.of Jacksonville 264.9835

MAKE APPLICATION-WE DO THE REST 5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD.,VENETIA VILLAGE SHOP, CTR. INLET MARINE
WESTSIDE PERSONNEL INC. Next to Winn-Dixie Phone:388.9374
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Secretary Chafee Speaks Out




For Navymen in DC Address



WASHINGTON..The followingis to reduce out-of-pocket expenses ourselves be calmed at the i !
taken from an address of the during those costly moves. starting line when we can longer "
Secretary the Navy to naval ((3)) Sea pay for officers and count on the favoring current of
officers in the Washington area men at decent rates. the draft.
Dec. 9.'One. ((4)) Isolation of funds for 'One immediate step I ask all of
direction we must go is shipboard habitability. you to help with is getting the
simply to be more and more ((5)) Maintenance of petty officer word down through the Navy.
personnel conscious up and down promotion opportunities in There is immediate and current
the line, to exert better leader spite of budget cuts. uncertainty as a result of the
ship. For instance, I could go so ((6)) Variable housing personnel cuts and ship and
far as to suggest that our'can do' allowances for those without aircraft deactivations. We must
attitude have to Government stem that with two thoughts.
operational may quarters in an expensive
in 'The first is that there is a b
give way occasionally area. .
peacetime in favor of bet- 'And there are many other greater need for the Navy and
tee treatment'for our.J>e9ple. measures under consideration.Those Marine Corps today than ever,
'At the same time, f believe we I am unable to get throughnow resulting from the requirementsfor ONE MORE STEP up the ladder of rank is accomplished by LCdr.
must do something to restore the I intend to push for again mobility and perhaps of low George W. Uffmann as he is given the oath by Capt. D. H. Heile, NARF
adventure, the fun of being a next year and the year after! visibility in some areas, which I commanding officer. Receiving his commission through NESEP, the
have already mentioned. The former ATC is now assigned as Management Services officer and
Navyman. We have been asking 'A key point I want to make is
second is that all of us at the top comptroller at the Facility.Physicians.
almost wartime type sacrificesand that each echelon of command
devotion to duty from our must review what it can best do are deciated to building a quality
men for almost, years now. I to improve conditions of service. Navy, manned by quality people.
think this is stretching our people Each officer and man must be I've come to you first, because if VolunteerFor
these two vital
more than is reasonable. In this considered as an individual. It messages are
age of military sophistication,we will be the aggregate effort that going to get' out, it must be
must not forget that a well- makes the difference. I'm convinced through you. CHAMPUS Plan
trained pilot, missileman or that many small factors,
radar operator can increase the which can be handled only on the Sub Rescue
effectiveness of a weapon more local level, are as important as WASHINGTON (Family which are determined by : ((1)) the
than a million dollar 'black box.' the big ones, such as pay, whichare Editor) .... CHAMPUS customary charges generally
'This whole subject is one of out of our control. Vehicle beneficiaries are reminded that made by the source of care for
intense interest to me, and I 'We need to emphasize personnel physicians and other sources of similar sources, and ((2)) the
believe it gets to the heart of not only because of the care participate in CHAMPUS on prevailing charges in the localityfor
many of our problems. As Ad- gloomy statistics I've quoted. I LaunchedSAN a voluntary basis.Participation similar services.
miral Moorer notes, personnel think that we need to look ahead means: ((1) This is the same payment
stability is money in the bank and get the jump on readiness for DIEGO-The world's first providing the care required, ((2) method used by the Social
for us-less dollars for turnover the Volunteer Force. It's not just deep diving submarine rescue submitting the claim to the fiscal Security Administration's
and more for weapons and thingwe around the corner, but the trendis vehicle, designated Deep Sub- administrator for payment, and Medicare Program. .
need. clearly that way. mergence Rescue Vehicle ((3)) accepting the amount When unusual effort is involvedin
'...I have been attempting to 'Will we be able to compete not (DSRV-1)), was launched here allowable under the program as a case, this is taken into consideration -
review what steps we can take to just with the civilian market but Jan. 24. DSRV is designed to payment in full for the services in determing the
improve the condition of service with our sister Services for permit quick-action and all- rendered.If allowable payment. Such cases
and, hence, our career retentionrate. quality people? weather rescue of disabled a source of care does not must be supported by a
Some of the things we're 'We all know that we start with submarine crews. desire to participate, then the statement from the source of
looking at are: disadvantages of cramped living The DSRV, operated by a crew patient (or sponsor) must: care describing the unusual ef
((1)l Additional family housingI'm conditions on shipboard and of three, attaches itself to the pay the bill and submit the fort required. .
personally pushing to get extended deployment periods.'If hatch of a downed sub, takes itemized receipt for reimbursement -
substantial added funds for this we don't start now to improve aboard survivors and carries or. CHAMPUS Payment Concept
next fiscal year. conditions in the Navy and them to safety. It may also be submit an itemized bill There continues to be some
(2)) A system of motels for Marine Corps ,in every used to rescue sub crewmen of for payment direct to the sponsoror confusion and misunderstandingwith
transients at our principal bases-: reasonable way, we may find foreign navies. The Navy has patient. respect to the CHAMPUS
made information available However, it should be understood payment concept.To .
Fly the ANYWHERE about minor alterations to subs that the reimbursement explain;CHAMPUS is a full-
which will permit the 'mating.: or payment to the patient or payment program. This means
airline! Should a submarine become sponsor may not exceed the that payment (by CHAMPUS and
disabled on the ocean floor with amount which would have been by the patient) of the amounts
survivors, the DSRV and its paid to the source of care had the allowable under the program
support equipment would be source of ,care filed the claim. constitutes payment in full for the
loaded in a jet transport and Thus, it is important to services rendered.
flown to a port near the downed determine before care is received In.fact, the source of care, in
.......-<1 sub. Simultaneously, a nuclear. whether the source of care will submitting a claim, signs a
powered submarine, the 'mother' participate in the program. statement ,the-effect that he
sub, would be directed to the port CHAMPUS pays claims on the will accept the amount allowable
and the DSRV loaded aboard. basis of 'reasonable charges' under the program as payment in
full for services rendered.
Thus,a source of care may not
legally or morally bill a patientfor
/ 4 any amount over and above
the determined to be allowable by
the fiscal administrator. '
ottO
b When a source of care bills a
"OUeote patient for a disallowed portion of
his charges for authorized care,
ANYWHEREI! The AIRLINES TRAFFIC OFFICE such billing usually takes place
represents all the Scheduled Airlines of the U. S. A. We have because the billing personnel in
complete air line Information. Here are only a few ways we his office do not understand the

can help you save money.eONEHALF full-payment concept.In .
view of this (or
a patient
FARE STANDBY ,
sponsor) who has been biHed fer
ITWO THIRDS FARE MILITARY RESERVED
e EXCURSION- FARES you want to know exactly what your monthly payments disallowed charges should first'

e FAMILY PLAN FARES will be. Here's a quick, easy way to find out '- without even attempt to reconcile tile matter
giving with the source of care.
your name.
.TWO-THI RDS YOUTH FARES
However, if satisfactory resultsare
r-------------------- Just phone and ask for not obtained, the patient (or'
I 101" fO.fiE'. ALL CI IYIIAIIS! I our Checkpoint Service.Tell us how much sponsor) should then refer this
you want:; We'll tell you what
I Dependent's or Otherwise ,- may take I II II If decide your payments will be. Then hang matter to the fiscal agent who
up. you "yes, call us back. We're here
I I to help with a paid the claim.
I advantage of our services and cen- checkpoint or a check.
.I J I The patient(or sponsor) is fully
responsible for payment ef all
vience.AIRLINES' charges for care which is not
covered by CHAMPUS such as
e well-baby care and physical

TRAFFIC OFFICE examinations.I .

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Newest Mad Fox Exec

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Reports to Patron FiveJax


Mississippi under the Navy j
sponsored Five Term Program.
A few years later he spent a IP
year at the American University
raa earning a master's degree in

international relations. His
Pn
,
y most recent tour waswith VP-42,
flying the SP2E & H on n P 1 Y
deployments to Southeast Asia.
For his services he was awardedthe
Vietnam Service Medal, the z.. W
Republic of Vietnam Service
Medal and an Air Medal.
The commander served as
ASW special projects officer on

Patrol Squadron Five the staff of Commander Fleet Air
recently welcomed aboard its Wings Pacific. During this tour r.
new executive officer, Cdr. G. D. he received a Navy Unit Com
Barker. The new Mad Fox XO mendation. He also served with
was born in New York City. He the staff of COMFAIRWING 10 -
joined the Navy as a naval where he was awarded the Navy I -'Lj
aviation cadet in 1954. Commendation Medal for work
Cdr. Barker's education has performed in Southeast Asia.
been quite extensive. He completed Cdr. Barker and his wife Lola o>
work on his bachelor's reside with their two sons and two
degree at the University of daughters in Orange Park., ALL PROMOTED For the first time in the history of the 679th
Radar Squadron, all eligible personnel In the grade of E-3 were
promoted to sergeant. In addition,one promotion to E.5 was received.The .
new sergeants are, left to right W. F. Abbott, R. L. Forgrave, W.
T. Cruey, T. L. McComlskey, T. H. Gallimore, B. G. Moore, R. L.
Lawrenz, M. E.Miller, L. J. Wincek, R. K. Todd, D. W. Blackburn, S.
1 J. Slipskl,J. B. Lind, D. B. Cooney,and Sgt. S. F.Minger,the new staff
sergeant.



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ceremony conducted In the office of Cdr. C. J. Cush, commanding officer of VW4. The advanced
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L. Soares and J. C.McVickar.Also advanced,but not present,were;T. R. Hartung and D.A. Meyers.
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NASA Plans Jupiter Flyby


WASHINGTON (AFPS) enlists for centuries. It l il&d 12
The National Aeronautics and moons and a mixed atmosphereof
Space Administration is plan- hydrogen, helium, methane,
ning an unmanned flight to ammonia and other gases. A
Jupiter in 197:!. large red spot, much larger than .-
If yours ctiitiiiti The spacecraft, dubbed Pion- the diameter of earth, has been .
eer F, is being built by NASA's observed on or near ita surface.A .
nw VW, Ames Research Center at Mountain particularly hazardous as- ,_ -f
View, Calif. It will make pert of the trip is a large as-
yei en step .* the half.billion-mile flight in teriod belt through which Pioneer
about two years, reaching the F will have to pass. The
$1839* planet in 1974. belt contains millions of small
Pioneer F will pass within chunks of space' debris-tiny
about 100,000 miles of Jupiter. asteriods-which could damagea
In fact,when It comesto Photographic equipment on spacecraft on collision. Scien- rno .
money, a VW will
tists will be waiting anxiouslyto
save you a lot of board will relay close-ups backto
see if the unmanned probe
after buyit earth.
counting you UR
too. can make it through the belt. FR BR 2 c BR 2K'
Jupiter has been puzzling sci
On gas bills. (It gets ,
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. Mad Foxes Career MenJax For Your Information

Last Friday Cdr. L. E. In his many years of duty with .
Breeding, patrol plane com- the 'Mad Foxes' he has deployedto VA CompensationBy
mander of combat aircrew 30, almost every base in the
reenlisted two of his crew Atlantic and has made a
members. AMIIC Ralph Felder, deployment to WesPac. Felders AMSC B. E, Maroney
crew flight engineer, reenlisted wears an air medal he won while NavAirLant Career Information Center
for a period of two years. A02 W. flying Market Time patrols off and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) is a monthly
D. Shannon ordnanceman the coast of Vietnam with VP.5. Dependency
crew compensation paid by th VA to widows, children and parents for war
signed on for four more years. service- connected deaths of servicemen and veterans.
Chief Felder .is from Temple, A02 W. D. Shannon spent orpeacetime
Effective Dec. ,1969,Public Law 96,91st Congress established a new
Okla. and enlisted in the in several in the Air Force
Navy years standard table for widows DIC rates. These rates are a set amount
May of 1955. This was his third before joining,the Navy in Sept. based the grade held by the deceased serviceman or veteranat
reenlistment. He had tours of 1967 From Chadron, Neb. his the upon time of pay death or release from active duty. (The old formula
with VP-49 in the British first tour of duty with the
duty Navy $120.00 plus 12 percent of basic pay is no longer in effect.)
West Indies and at NAS Corpus was as a door gunner in

Christi before coming to VP-5 in Helicopter Light Attack Annual income is not a factor in determining widow's entitlement.El .
1964. Squadron Three in Vietnam. Chief Maroney

I $167 E-7 $206 W-4 $238 0-6 $306
E-2 $172 E-8 $218 0-1 $211 0-7 $332
E-3 $177 E-9 $228 0-2 $218 0-8 $363
E-4 $187 W-l $211 0-3 $234 0-9 $390
E-5 $193 W-2 $219 0-4 $247 0-10 $426
E-6 $197 W-3 $226 0-5 $272
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I .: a patient in a nursing home, helpless or blind, or so nearly helpless
i :: : or blind as to need or require the regular aid and attendance of another
person.Also if a widow has one or more children bel9w the age of 18,
?"' ; her DIC will be increased by$20 per month for each such child.
Where there is no entitled widow, payments for children under age
IK are: $XO. (one child), $115 (two children), $149 (three children) and
$Z9 (each additional child), total equally dividend.
Early Payments for parents varies according to number of parents, the
amount of their individual or combined total annual income, whether
they live together,or if remarried,are living with a spouse.
The compensation under DIC must be applied for, it is not started
automatically. Any specific questions may be answered by the VA,
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I Civilian News BriefsSuperior ; a s :_-r r4





Performance Awards frames mechanic in NARF Shop effectively applied his technical f frr
5423, also received a Sustained working knowledge on the job. l9 I
Several NARF employees were Superior Performance Award. Consequently he has establisheda
recently recognized for their Working with a 'live' aircraft high quality standard of less
sustained superior per .requires his performance to be than two percent rejection rate
formances. error-free, and the quality on all items worked. Vieira's ,
Harry W. Newberg Jr., assurance men who inspect his knowledge in the researching of wit
Machinist, was lauded for his aircraft often comment on the technical information on new ; 1t4;
work while assigned to Cylinder high quality of his work. items has permitted him to short- _
Shop 6242. Assigned to this shopto Perhaps the highest complimentscome cut long, drawn-out research
correct discrepancies found by from the men who fly the procedures and go directly to the
an audit team in January 1969, aircraft when they say that if proper source. For these accomplishments -
Newberg monitors these Miller puts the plane up for flight, he received a
machines for condition and a it's ready. Sustained Superior Performance
acceptabilityof parts produced. Congratulations were extendedto Award. M
Since his assignment there, Austin R. S til will, electronics GOOD DRIVING Hilry H. Franklin accepts a 26-year safe driving
engine rejects from tests with mechanic (aircraft systems) as award from Supply Officer, Capt. E. A. Grinstead. The award Is givenin
cylinder discrepancies have he received his superior performance 15 Year Award recognition of outstanding achievement in safe driving.ClOWNlMG .
almost dropped off completely. award for his total
As Production Dispatcher, performance. Appreciation for
Archie B. Cullen has demon his, efforts has been expressed Rounding out the civilian __, J / i
strated outstanding ability on several times during his rating awards was the presentation of a .... Q-
organizing his work and seeing period. 15-year Service Award to Elmer o ..
that critical aircraft parts were Frank T. Vieira, airframes C. Phillips by Lt C. L. Williams.
promptly routed. He also showedhis worker in Shop 3247, has con- Phillips works as a teletype
ability to adapt to changesand tinually displayed considerable repairman in the Com
accepted extra respon initiative and loyalty and has munications Department. ii't
sibilities when a new concept was III
started by closing the Control
Center. Plan That RetirementBy
For his initiative and ingenuityfar
above that expected of his Lewis S.Gossette

rating, Robert E. Miller, air- 'The best laid plans of mice and and age 72, if you are still
men aft gangagley,' said Robbie working-since full benefits are
SPECIAL!!! Burns, the great poet of Scotland.But payable then regardless of your
must-and if earnings.
plan we we have 0.1<, STOP You
Ic Jow VARY
TUNE UP help in planning, then it Isn'tlikely -
will Come to the social security WEIJ, WHAT v fill IN' MEANS f "
our plans 'gang agley.
office before retirement. You
$12.95 The Social Security Office will
can get an estimate of
be glad to help you plan in ad- your
Type 1 benefits, and find out what ,
Type 2 only vance of your retirement so you papers you will need to prove IV t
ALL l? may be fully informed about your age earnings, etc. By 6d
ARTS t retirement applying for benefits.social security applying in advance, your first nriul'Juan:
NCLUDEDAUTOBAHN check can be ready for you
Three of and
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ages man shortly after retirement.Get .
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14 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER FEBRUARY 5, 1970



I From The Desk of the Master Chief of the Navy: I IDuring


the past three years, a men do not use the cards to their you would like to be stationed. article 3855180, paragraph lid of
large portion of mall received by best advantage. Mistakes are Preferences initially indicated on the BuPers Manual, personnelwho
my office has pertained to one made and in the end the this card can up-dated as well by are serving on board their
specific topic duty assign- preference cards become sending a Speedletter to the present duty station with their
ments. The correspondenceranges practically useless for relating respective PAMI. dependents are not authorized to
from questions about what type of duty you want and The BuPers detailers for'your transfer to the Fleet Reserve
detailing and assignment where you want it. Of course the rating may be able to help you to until the completion of their
procedures here in the Bureau of biggest hinderance to detailers is a limited degree by finding out prescribed overseas tour and not
Naval Personnel to requests for if they have no card on file at all. what coast you will be assigned to after the completion of only one
transfer to a particular duty In filling out the cards, a for sea duty, provided inquiry is. year aboard. Your commandingofficer
station. Although my office works problem arises if a man does not made about four months before will indicate the locationof
hard in trying to assist everyone give himself enough bredth in the your present tour completiondate. your dependents in the
who write, and will bring certain selection of duty locations. You But they cannot tell you 'remarks' section of your ap-
problems to the attention of a may make three geographic your ultimate assignment; this plication form (NAVPERS <630)< )
man's detailer, I must make it choices of shore duty locations on r r decision is made by the EPDO'sTo when you apply. This article
quite clear that I have no the preference card. Don't limit should be taken into con-
jurisdiction in the matters of yourselfto one and only one area increase your chances of sideration when deciding whetherto
personnel assignment and of the country. A typical problem # SriChief shore duty in the United States, if take dependents with you when
rotations; I am not in the arises when a CPO picks three you are eligible for SEAVEY A you receive orders for duty
assignment business. different activities or commandsin Black 70, think about volunteering for overseas. q
The best recommendation I can the same city. If the detailer recruiting duty, classroom in-
make if you do have a question or can't place him anywhere in that cluded on any other part of the structor duty and recruit com-
a problem is to write directly to locale, then the detailer is unableto card, be sure to use the pany commander duty. Ac-
the detailer for your rating in the apply a real second choice for 'Remarks' section on the card's cording to BUPERSNOTE of There are three factors, when
Bureau. A listing of the names of the man and must utilize him back. This is a good place to give Oct. 30, 1969, there are many talking about assignments, whichI
the rating controllers their where he is most needed. your detailer information about requirements for career petty feel have some influence upon
phone numbers and their Pers Also, detailers tell me that men the location of your family, officers to fill these billets. Check sea-shore rotation and your
numbers, was published in last often don't have enough household effects, or plans for chapters four and five of the chances of getting shore duty.
September's Career In- knowledge of where billets for reenlistment that you may want Enlisted Transfer Manual These are the present cutback of
formation Newsletter (NAV- their particular rates and ratingsare him to take into considerationwhen (NAVPERS 1590B) to see if you Navy personnel, the Civilian
PERS 15887)). Similar listings located. Before designating a placing you. All the information qualify. Billets for recruit Substitution Program, and
have appeared in ALL HANDS choice on the preference cards, in this section is kept in company commanders are WAVES.
(December, 1969 edition) and make yourself knowledgable.The the strictest confidence; the available for certain ratings in
NAVY TIMES. locations of all billets by rate remarksare not entered into any Orlando, Fla., San Diego, Calif; Generally speaking, the
The rating control detailers and rating are up-dated record and are only for the use of and Great Lakes, 111. Volunteersfor military cutback has resulted in
strive to assign everyone their periodically and published in your detailer. In the section of the these types of duty may an increased opportunity for
duty choice, but good personnel ALL HANDS and NAVY TIMES. card designated. 'Duty History,' normally expect transfer in June. shore duty.
management dictates'' that the Look for a listing of shore duty make sure your list your present Generally speaking, you have a The majority of the cuts in this
individual be placed where he and overseas shore duty billets in command or duty station. better chance of attending 'B' year's package were at sea and
can best be utilized. The Navy the December, 1969 issue of ALL SEA DUTYAs Schools when rotating from shore very few shore billets were af
has changing requirements and HANDS, as well as the duty to sea duty. Class 'B' school fected. This fact is reflected in
people must move to meet those publication of other billets in an far as sea duty Is concerned curriculums provide the in- the last SEAVEY in which all
requirements.But early1970 issue. NAVY TIMES again, don't make the mistake of dividual with training most shore duty commencement dates
when there is an opportunity also hopes to run similar in- limiting yourself with regards to desirable for shipboard duty as were advanced.
in your Naval career to formation early this year. homeport'and type of ship. The well as advancement opportunities -
express a preference for duty, Another way to find out what first thing detailers look at is and tecnical Concerning the Civilian Sub-
you should take advantage of it. billets are available is to write or your choice of coast. If they are knowledge.The stitution Program : Many
For Chief Petty Officers, the call your detailer. He may be limited by the scope of your majority of class 'C' Navymen have the mistaken
opportunity exists by means of able to give you a list of where the selection of ship and port, then schools also follow the rotation belief that the placement of
the Duty Preference Card billets are or will be located in the they have the same problems of from shore to sea duty, since this civilians into Navy shore jobs
(NAVPERS 1306-34)). In talking time frame of your transfer. applying a real second choice if type of training oriented toward results in less shore duty for
with the detailers who use these This will help you make a more they are unable to place you in a fleet requirements. naval personnel. Although this is
cards I have learned that many intelligent choice. Butrememberbillets billet on the particular type shipIn Assignment to 'B' Schools (and true to a certain extent, the.
are being gained and lost the particular port that you in some cases, ''C' Schools) maybe ,impact was not adverse in all
4526 120th St. everyday, and what's available asked for. requested as a reenlistment cases. The ratings that have long
today many not be available A man's dissatisfaction with a incentive under the provisions of sea tours. What we sometimeslose
YUKONGliss tomorrow. duty station and the problemsthat article 12.8 of the Enlisted in this program is not sea-
HI.r Chief Petty Officers may the detailers have with being Transfer Manual. It should be shore rotation opportunity, but
.- change their Duty Preference able to put him in a duty of his noted that regardless of SEAVEY the opportunity of the Navy to
.NwNa..m.u.Nsmul Cards at any time. If the cards choice are a result of one thing: a SHORVEY eligibility, most of take care of its own through
Cleners i Landry are not kept current with respectto basic lack of communications the personnel completing a personalized services aboard
between the in the fleet and shore establishements.And .
individual desires, career men school that was requested as a
25 Washers history and NEC's the detailers BuPers. Of course each rating reenlistment incentive will be
frequently must assign people on has its own peculiarities and assigned to sea duty. on the pleasant subject of
5C Dryers( min.) the basis of information and particular problems. That is why Also, personnel serving at sea WAVES; Some people are under
the that the of
HOURS: 8:308:30: : ,choices made on cards that do not the detailers for"each rating are are sometimes ordered to 'B' and Impression use
ServkeJAX truly express your choices. If any senior men in that rating. They 'C' schools to fill class quotas and WAVES cuts down on the numberof
0. shore billets for those at
Diy sea.
specific desires or problems existin realize these problems. But you provide the maximum training
NAS Nearest Laundry your case that can't be in- must communicate with them. opportunities for each class thatis This is not true. The use of
WAVES does not interfere with
assured that the
Rest Duty convened.If .
Preference Card is checked in you do attend a fleet seashore rotation because
every instance before a set of oriented school, and you are WAVES are predominantly
orders is issued. That card is a SEAVEY eligible, in most casesyou'll 'respresented in the clerical
ratings, which do not have
means of communication bet be sent back to sea for at
GOOD NEWS FOR ween you and BuPers.In least one year. This is done to relatively long sea tours anyway.
the fiscal 1969 Also, it Is a good thing to have
approximately insure a return on the Navy'straining
WAVES In some billets. Thereare
55 of BuPers
percent investment in
YOUNG SERVICEMENReliable controlled shore you. large numbers of billets that
duty eligible For more information con-
have to be filled in places like
their first choicesof
personnel got cerning 'B' School opportunities,
Washington, D. C., Great Lakes
duty. Only about 20 percent of review articles 7,52,12.73 and 12.8
auto insurance for E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4 ':he men assigned by BuPers of the Enlisted Transfer Manual. and Hawaii for Yeomen and thosein
and single NCO's is now available from Crite- were assigned to other than their other clerical ratings which
male personnel are not interestedin
choices. The chances
duty
are
rion Insurance Company. Criterion is a GEICO
four-out-of-five of getting one of filling. As a result, the com-
affiliate and specializes in car insurance for choices. petition for shore duty is not
your From
our correspondence, one
young military personnel. You will enjoy im- For most men in pay grades E- assignment problem keeps significantly affected.

portant benefits like these: convenient pay- 6 and below, whose billets are cropping up for our men who
controlled by EPDO's the The subject of assignment of
have been assigned C overseas and
ment plans country-wide claim service driver
SEAVEY Rotation Data Card is then apply for transfer to the personnel is of interest to
training discounts and complete coverage. used to let the Navy know where Fleet Reserve. According to everyone in the Navy because
everyone is affected. But unfortunately -
Criterion is licensed and complies with Mil- the subject and the

tary Insurance Regulations in every state except actual basis and criteria for

Massachusetts. Call 7817600 for com- 'Bobs Oak Hill personnel assignments are so
varied and complexity, questionsand
plete information and a personal rate quota- problems arise and people

tion. If you need immediate coverage, visit Pure Service CenterOpen become dissatisfied or feel they

our office at 5812 Normandy Boulevard.. have been mistreated in some
way. I can assure you that the
for, your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p m. Bureau of Naval Personnel is

always interested in finding out
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CriterionINSURANCE they can be corrected and the
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!and telling them what these
problems are.


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Personnel Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS

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SceneNUCLEAR it 'Ii


TRAINED OFFICERS &W1 INN
....Several important 1
changes have been made in the cL' Tonight's entertainment will feature the Messenger of the Masses,
qualification and asssignment of and scheduled to appear on stage tomorrow are the Phases of Fiction.
officers in the naval nuclear The will and and
Autoharp beperforming Saturday Monday nights, on
propulsion program. Find all the Sunday the club will present the Camelots.
changes in BuPers Inst. 1540.40C. &a'S t ''%F JK ,
Hear your favorite country western tunes Tuesday evening when
Mel Gaden will appear with the Lazy Rhythm Girls. Wednesday
night's attraction will be music by the Four of Clubs.
/ ",
NAVY READING ,t' {, CPO CLUB
PROGRAM..U is increasingly ," .tf
important that Navy and Marine u' Listen to the best of country western music tomorrow night and
members keep abreast of the Sunday when Tommy 'C' and the Seminoles appear on stage at the '
rapid changes in the national and \) Chiefs' Club. Dine and dance to the music of Mark Castle Saturday
world situation. One way of doing NEWLY PROMOTED'\ evening when the menu will feature Sirloin steak.
this is by developing purposeful congratulated personnel at Data Processing are Other menu specials for the week are pizza tonight, seafood
reading habits. Ship and station cepting promotions by Data to GS-4 Processing Officer, Cdr. R. L. Williams. Ac tomorrow,prime rib roast Sunday,chicken Tuesday,and rib eye steakon
Computer
libraries provide a variety of Operators are Mrs. Juanita C.
Wednesday.
selected books and journals to McMahan and Gerard R. Seeney Their supervisors, Jack Cohoon,
Bill King,and N. F. Barncord,watch in approval.
further reading interests. Take ACEY-DUCEY CLUB
advantage of this opportunity.
The club is featuring a special taco luncheon from 11 to 12 today and
i ia tomorrow, and in the evening there will be musical entertainment by
LEAVE & RELAXATION the Clubsmen.Patrons are reminded that,surprise Happy Hour is held

....CNO encourages all Navymento frequently each week.
use their entire 30 days leave
each year to help alleviate the OFFICERS CLUB
effects of family separation and
everyday routine. For maximum Tonight is beefeaters night at the'0'Club from 6 tog p.m. Tomorrow
benefit to yourself and k t e there will be Happy Hour in the Main Brace from 4:30: to 6:30: p.m., and
command you should include your at patrons are all invited to attend the'singalong' that is scheduledfor the

least one period each of 10 to evening. .
consecutive year On Saturday there will be dancing to the music of the Four of Clubs.
14 days of leave.
The main club will be closed Monday, but the package store will
UNDEHGRADUATEPROGRAM..The remain open as usual.Lunch will be served in the Main Brace Tuesday
from 11 to 1 p.m., and on Wednesday there will be ceiling zero Happy
Postgraduatesand Hour.
Undergraduat Selection

Board which convened in July Diver's Pro Pay '. .
1969 determined tne professional $ <3.0.YOUR
eligibility of officers for future Authorized lee
inputs to the BS BA curriculumat INCOME TAX

Monterey,Calif. Those officers WASHINGTON

selected, who have not Ap JEANNETTECRISP
established their academic CONGRATULATIONS GySgt. Everett Thomas, MFC instructor, proximately 565 Navy divers will
receives the completion certificate to a 30-hour MCI Spelling Course start receiving Pro Pay this
eligibility for the
program, are
to from Lt. Col. R. P. Eckmann, MAD commander SSgt. Fred Pope, month. Master Divers ((5341) and
encouraged apply ,
now
MFC instructor, (left) was, presented his 5th Strike Flight Award Saturation Divers ((5311)) will
l .k.
.* .. Sink.rmsTAN1 .
during the ceremony for action at Marble Mountain,Vietnam. receive PS $100 and First Class |
Divers (5342) will receive P 1 .

: TradeInClearance 1..tfe -THE UNifORM" $50.Diver NEX's have been addedto SltVKE .
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(Weather Service Marks 100thJax > : .
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: ,.;. ..: < >
On February 9, the weather services of the U. S. will be 100 years old and '. .

several events are planned throughout the year to mark that significant an .

niversary. Weathermen from federal agencies, universities and private industrywill

start the special events with a three day symposium Feb. 12 14 In e aRti

Washington D. C., focusing their attention toward the future trends of

meteorology In the midst of the space age. The Washington Hilton Hotel,

headquarters for the symposium, will host a gala centennial banquet February


A 13.Commemorative Medal J ,:

marking the United States +
: 16701910
F
Weather Services Centennial will Ip
ta
be issued early this year by the q WCAt

Treasury Department.Open .
house at local Weather

Bureau offices, as well as
; military weather units, will be w.
held across the nation. Fleet c' yr a

Weather Facility, Jacksonville, 4 I News Note I
commanded by Cdr. L. J. Un- fl2 to

derwood, will be open to the
public sometime this spring, and Mcmanagement CourseJax report form, it's no laughing
+ the Hurricane Hunter squadron, matter. The last day for doing
r VW-4, commanded by Cdr. C. J. h A 40-hour course in that, April 15, is fast ap
Cush, will have one of their super management and group per- proaching.
r constellation aircraft available' 44. Xa formance was conducted here Navymen outside the 50 states
for the public to view. Specificswill & is last week by the Regional and Puerto Rico may get an
be later. Training Center, Civil Service automatic two month extensionfor
published
Commission, Atlanta. but must
filing, they explainthe
The 100- of weather Y
year span
"acrd' The course is aimed at delay and pay a six percentper
service has reached from the
and advisors
providing managers annum penalty on the unpaidtax.
antiquated 'Observersergeants1of with the latest methods and in- However, a sailor
i
the Army Signal Service, formation to
pertaining communications hospitalized or serving in a
i consisting of 24 stations trade ,
combat zone has 180 days
+ telegraphing weather observations organizational relations, and following the end of combat
to Washington, to the SATELLITE REPORTS Weather Facility personnel maintain 24 ,human problems.The service or confinement to file.
more sophisticated weather hour watches to record information relayed by satellites. following supervisors from And then there's state taxes.
satellites. the Naval Air Rework Facility The latest information on who,
Weathermen are now entering technology, the radar and the
attended the 0. L. An-
course:
where, when and how to file is in
Jax's GreatestFURNITURE their second century equippedwith high-flying rocket which ,gave derson, B. L. Barker, G. E.. JAGINST. 5840.6A.
a knowledge of the at- birth to the earth-orbiting Blythe, E. D. Boise, W. E.
4 mosphere, technology for observing satellites. Communication Improvements Bynum, W. B. Chance, D. "

Values! and predicting weather, have facilitated the Commisso,W. L. Davis, Jr., J. P.
and a variety of services which dally protection of life and Dekle,R.W. Douville, J. R. Fore,
WHOLESALE could not have been conceived by property.The A. F. Fragale, A. H. Hall, A. C.
PRICE TO EVERYONE the most visionary weathermenof high speed computers offera Johns, A. A. Manson, D. C.
a hundred years ago. means by which complex for- Minton, J. A. Pace and R. C.

OPEN Today, thousands of observations mulas describing atmospheric Smith. I f
EVERY I are made daily by processes can be juggled to Also in attendance was J. C.
DAY government agencies, volunteer produce weather predictions. Ellis of the Naval Ordnance Test ,
citizen observers, ships, planes, Weather services of today are Unit, Patrick Air Force Base. h
SUNDAY automatic weather stations, and interrelated with such agenciesas
I TIL 6PMSURPLUS earth-orbiting satellites in an the Atomic Energy Com- Property Branch

increasingly successful effort to mission; the Department of Jax-The Personal Property
answer the basic question: Health, Education and Welfare's Branch Office of the station's
GOODS 'What's the weather going to be?' National Air Pollution Control Supply Department, Bldg: 110, is
Many scientific advancementshave Admiistration; and the National offering application assistanceand

DISCOUNT STORE been accomplished during Aeronautics and Space Administration counseling for military
this period, with the two most members on an appointmentbasis .I Sdu1KWE Ct 4 SAfEI( GAY If 1541NnutulRltlor4
10)35 Beach Blvd 724 2662 significant brought by wartime Many of the following federal as well as a 'first come, !!
agencies have made major first served' basis.
contributions to the developmentof This new service is availabe at

You can become part owner meteorology and weather the member's convenience and
service In addition to ESSA- eliminates lengthy waiting lines.
in a portfolio of more than Weather Bureau; the Depart- At the time the appointment is
r
ment of Agriculture; the National made be telephone,each memberis

120 corporations Bureau of Standards; and the asked specific questions
his and advisedas
regarding move
Patent Office of oethe Depart-
to the type and number of
for $20 a month ment of Commerce; the Army, supporting documents to bring to
Navy, and Air Force; Public
the counseling session. _
and you can do it with HHMUjP Health Service; Department of Under normal circumstances, )
Interior; Department of State; the appointment should be madeat
: With regular monthly payments: (military allotments if you Coast Guar; Federal Aviation least two weeks prior to the The Gods
4t wish) and using our Investors Accumulation Plan, you can now Administration; National date of desired pickup and smile
4 buy Investors Stock Fund for $20 a month (:after an initial $40 Science Foundation, and the departure from the Jacksonvillearea. on those

I investment). Smithsonian Institute. who live
4 Investors Stock Fund is a mutual fund consisting of securitiesin The next century will bring Personnel with firm appointments at the
more than 120 U.S. corporations. It's designed to give you
drastic changes as they probe will have priorityover TIKI
and reasonable income
both long-term capital: gain possibilities
nature's elements. One forecast those without appointments.
t consistent with that capital gain objective. 2'I Miles Southof
be made
4 has satellites with highly- Appointments may by
Investors Stock Fund is distributed exclusively by IDS. For free JAX on US 17
4 prospectus-booklets and more information on Investors Stock sensitized equipment capable of calling the Personal Property ORANGE PARK
4 Plan mail the gathering weather data over Branch office at 772-2816 between PH: 2M-47A3
4 Fund and the new Investors Accumulation coupon.
4 every mile H our global at- 7:30: a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday
-Military Accumulation rllnr :
mosphere, feeding the information through Friday.
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I I rNATTCr:8hiidTheScne I ,



'p By SN Pat Williams y .I

Quarterly Honor displayed initia tive..actively teams from all over the base. The

sought responsibility and season starts Monday.
NATTC's Serviceman of the thoroughly applied a well- The NATTC Golfing Intramural i iN
Quarter is Lee R. Franklin. Sgt. grounded professional knowledge needs teams for'the
League
Franklin was, up until last week, in all areas of the Detachment's which
starts in
new season
attached to the Marine AviationDetachment's training program,' and in addition either March or April.If I' .
Training his .idCapt.
'personal appearanceand interested in
you're shooting,
Department. He is now on thirty
military bearing reflect
you might like to know that the
days leave, and then will be credit on the U. S. Marine Corps.' NATTC Pistol Team is lookingfor

proceeding to either Okinawa or Sgt. Franklin, a 13- year the members. The season

Vietnam.He veteran, was stationed at Camp started Tuesday, but it's still not
had been stationed here LeJuene before reporting here. too late to join up.
since April 1969, working as
Teams Forming These teams are for permanently -
training chief and temporary
assigned personnelonly
Detachment Training Officer for NATTC sports are in the news If you'd like to join the
MAD. The sergeant was doing again. Namely bowling, golfing, bowlers and golfers, you should
such a good job at this that he was and shooting. contact Chief Lemons at Ext.

commended for Serviceman of The NATTC Kingpin Bowling 3210. J. E. Kennedy, NATTC commanding' officer, congratulates
thevQuarter. team is forming and needs Pistol team inquiries can get in SSgt. Franklin after presenting him with I certificate naming the 13-
His letter of commendationstates members. It will be in the NAS touch with Chief Daniels at Ext. year Marine veteran to the Serviceman of the Quarter title at the
that he 'consistently Intramural League and will play 3744. Training Center.


I Navy Offers Dependent Schooling On Worldwide Basis I

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WASHINGTON..Over 14,000 numbers. The first school for Europe and two in the Pacific. smaller than the average U. S. before the dependent schooling
Navy children are enrolled in Navy dependents was built that Tuition,room and board are free, school. Only 25 students can be in authority to increase
what must be, if not the most year at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. but families pay transportation one class; usually the number is requirements for teacher ex-
populous, certainly the widest- Academic and administrative cost. smaller. Most stateside schoolsare perience, and a salary raise is

spread school system in the control of the three schoolingareas Correspondence courses offeras lucky to average 30 in each forthcoming.
world. The Defense Depart- lies with area superin- alternative to dorm schools, class.
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schools in 28 countries. facilities, such as land and school courses for the full 12 years of two years teaching experience in
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n A question that is frequently
asked by Navy Exchange patronsis
'Who own and controls the
h Exchange?'

Navy Exchanges are owned by
the personnel of the Navy. The
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assets are controlled by the
Naval Supply Systems Command f i
through the Navy Resale System r. .

i Office, Brooklyn, N. Y.
You are a stockholder in the

Navy Exchange, although you've 4l ,
never been called upon to invest .
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The commanding officer is \ \*< ,8
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responsible for the operation of : fl:

the Navy Exchange at this installation

mangement and is the the Exchange direct /,1t1\ "' t
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iii responsibility of the Navy Ex '

change officer, who is assisted by I, : J:
ATN3 Smith accepts Air Medal from Cdr. CJ. Cush civilian managers. I
Another that is
question NEW NOT NEW The Grand Opening of the New Not Shop Tuesdaywas
asked is 'Does the
frequently highlighted by a ribbon tuning with Capt. H. O. Cutler, NAS
Air Medal Goes To Navy Exchange make a profit?
Commanding officer officiating. Assisting Capt. Cutler are Navy
If where does the
so, profit go1'Yes Wives Club, Not New Shop Chairmen, Darlene Morton (I) and Jackie
the Exchange is a profit. Stone. The shop will be open Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:30 a.m. to 2
making organization but
; every
p.m. ,
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:
Navy personnel in the form of Jax & Cecil

entertainment, recreational
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facilities and equipment.You .
I, : receive benefit dividendsof From the BookshelfThe
Jax ATN3 Benjamine V. he constantly assisted the air
,.; Smith, 22, of Jax based VW-4, craft commander, advising him about seven cents on every
received the Air,Medal (Bronze of tactical changes that he noted dollar spent in the various Navy stage and kitchen come to his characters and knowledge of
: Star in lieu of First Award) inc throughout the battle. He also Exchange activities such as the life as performer becomes author human behavior displays his
.;- ceremonies at the Hurricane supervised the rearming and barber' shop, snack bar or with 'The Graham Kerr Cook ability as a writer.
: Hunters hanger Friday. refueling of his aircraft on two cafeteria, retail store, vending book.' The Galloping Gourmentof The 15 survivors have interesting
machines and
service stations.
r Smith served as a M-60 occasions, ensuring that the .V. fames, writes as he cooks pasts, and their
Almost all of the from
.. machine gunner in Helicopter evolutions were handled safely net profit -with a flair. He shares his vast thoughts reflect a desire for a
Attack (Light), Squadron Three. and rapidly.' the exchange is spent by Special workable knowledge about food better future. His characters are
Smith, while serving in a Navy Services. The money is used for and its preparation in a book thatis real and their struggle could be
helicopter gunship, came under The citation was signed for the such projects as outfitting the readable and full of excellent anywhere, but the story is alive
attack by about 600 enemy President of the United States by hobby shop, bowling alley, and useful hints. He peppers because the author has the gift of

troops. His citation read in part, Vice Admiral E. R. Zum-, buying recreation equipment for ,each recipe with entertaining and understanding as he guides his
walt, Jr., Commander U. S. sports and leisure time activitiesand
'His extremely accurate and informative comments.Its characters to a position where
intense fire was a major factor in Naval Forces, Vietnam. countless other items that formula: a list of good and evil become a catharsis

disrupting the enemy's initial He has been recommended for contribute to the station.well-being of the ingredients and measurements, which stimulates our interest.Did .

attack, thus enabling the outpost 16 air Medals for various combat personnel on method of preparation, method of
c personnel to reform their missions in Vietnam,the Marine cooking, and methods of serving you know that mouth to
perimeter defenses. Despire Corps Cross of Gallantry and the creates an order in the mind of mouth resuscitation providesthe
reduced visibility due to darkness, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. the cook and he or she becomes a recipient more oxygen than
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Team Table Tennis Nipped Retired Chief Keeps



By Downtowners Active With PaddleBy


J03 Rick Kunz, Sports Editor

Jax The Jax Navy Table 'I'll probably play this game In 1957 he grudgingly hung up
Tennis Club dropped their second until I drop over,' commented the his tennis racket for the last time.It .
meet of the season last week this fit-looking gentleman nearly wasn't by his own choice, he
time to the Downtown three-quarters of a century old relates, but on orders of his
Jacksonville Table Tennis Club. 'but it isn't as much fun as beingon doctor who advised against it
In the opening round of play Dr. the tennis courts.' because of arthritis in his hands.In .
Joe Russell of the Downtown Club And on the tennis courts he was order to keep fit he picked upa k
beat Jay hue Weisner of Jax Navy for nearly 50 years, picking up paddle and started playing
18-21, 21.16, 218. Tommy Arnold trophies in dozens of tournamentsand table tennis, although he admits
took two straight from Jax's countries around the world. today that 'they can't even be
Jimmy Fulkerson 21-12, 2117. This 'game' referred to by compared,' as far as being the
Frank Villanueva, coach of the retired
yeoman chief Frank
same.
Downtowners and also coach of
Villanueva, is the fast-paced In his second year of playingthe
the Jax and Cecil Field teams,
took two straight from Jim game of table tennis or ping pong retired chief finished third in
Lester 21.11 and 2117. and he is .the oldest active the National Table Tennis fl i ui,
After dropping the first four competitive player in the U. S. Championship (Esquire
matches in the first round Jax Villanueva, who coaches the Division) and after that he
Navy rallied as Frank Cross Jax Navy Table Tennis Club as started knocking off competitionyoung
dropped George Rogers 21-18,17- well as Cecil Field and the and old.

21, 2113. Guy Campbell of Jax Jacksonville Table Tennis Club, In 1958, he was chosen 'Sportsman ...
waxed Bill Overdorff 21.16, and took a few minutes away from the of the Year' by the Districtof Frank Villanueva stays in
FIT-Seventy-three-year-old
and Williams tables and sat back and tried to Columbia Table Tennis KEEPING
21-13, Billy won
top condition with daily exercise on the tables at the NAS Jax Gym.
Jax's third set by downing Bill recall a some moments from the Association
Higdon 21.16 and 2116. past about his play on the lawn Since his retirement from the
In the second round in the and. clay courts. Navy in 1963 Villanueva has been them. Last week the downtown daily in the NAS Gym against all
singles events Fulkerson lost to The first time he picked up a teaching and organizing table club that he captains also beat ages of competition.A .
Russell, Weisner lost to Arnold, tennis racket was in 1907 in his tennis teams where ever he goes.- Jax Navy and Villanueva won glowing example of what
Villa neuva downed Fields, Vern native Manilaand as a ten year He organized and coaches the both of his singles matches and wholesome recreation can do for
Hall beat Lester, Campbell got old he used to play while the Jax Navy team and this season was on the winning doubles team. all ages Frank Villanueva will .
Jax Back on the winning columnby hostile Moro tribesmen still went to Cecil Field to do the same Fiery Frank has no plans of keep the volley going'until drop .,
beating Rogers, and Cross roamed the islands around him. for them. In their first year letting up either as he competes over.' "
nipped Overdorff and Williams From that time on he was hookedon under the coaching of Villanueva,
took 'J' 'R'Arnold to put the Jax the net sport and continued Cecil Field met Jax and beat
team behind 8-6 after the Singles. after in the
playing enlisting ,
The Jax players worked much r. r ..
Navy before the start of World r
SPACIOUS
better as teammates as they took 1 PEACEFUL
War I.After.
MARSHALL ACRES
the doubles 21. Weisner and
bell-bottoms for
Williams from Jax Navy took wearing 9359103rd St.
he returned to civilian 1E kl .
Russell and Tommy Arnold 19-21, six years Jacksonville's newest & ; ::
21.19, 2119. The Downtown Club life but lost little time getting most modern mobile! home
evened the match when Frank back into them when World WarII community' now open for
Villanueva and Bill Overdorff broke out in the Pacific. your 'inspection Large
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I, :Wlntramural.....vY"; Basketball 4JaxThe'battle' "r

for the the winning path as Ken Hedrick VP-5 93, ADMIN 52: It looks OWN
American League lead didn't fired in 20 points to lead the like the Mad Foxes are going to r\11
turn out to be much of a struggle winners.. Gary Honeycutt was be hard to stop as they walked ell'" i!
for the Mad Foxes of VP-5 as they the game's top gun hitting for 27 over Admin behind the 32 point "pElt
completely outclassed NARTU points for NATFC.HOSPITAL effort of high-scoring Ken Arthur. -- IE
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Holding a 15-point edge at the Hospital five had no trouble with 13.
intermission, 47-32, the Foxes disposing of the Leathernecks as Monday's Action
never were in any danger a balanced scoring attack led by
throughout the contest. They Dan Burton's dozen tallies did the NARTU 59, ADMIN 36:
were helped by the foul troubles trick. Rich Dobler led the MAD NARTU continues to show that
that plagued the losers as they quintet with 11. they are in the American League
; dropped 22 charity tosses to ice MARTD 54, 679th 50: These ba the to the end as they picked up tS
the win. two clubs had the best battle of win number 'eight and handed
Ken Arthur was once again the the night last Thursday before Admin loss number six. Jim
big gun for the winners as he the Marines could notch their Thomas paced the winners with a a ,
f popped in 24 points while fifth win of the season. Bill Willis 27.
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Monday, Feb. 9, 6 p.m.
Jax -Registration for the 1970

season for the Navy-Ortega Lanes I 1&2 Pin Splitters vs Gold ....
Lakeshore Little League will 3&4 Trainers vs Head Pins -.. --. Spt. Cpe., V8, auto. trans.,
begin Saturday, Feb. 7 and will 5&6 MAD vs FWF ". power steering, radio, fact,
continue through the 14th., 7&8 Electrons vs Slotpoppers air cond., solid blue
.',,i Boys 8-through 15 desiring to 9& 10 Quacks No. 2EZephryrs vs Molar Rollers
play in this league should registerat Hunters
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the Blue Angels Ball Park at 12
, 13&14 Hot Shots vr King Pins
" NAS Jax. 68 BEL AIR $1895
The hours for registration are 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Continental League
from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday through 4 Dr., V8, auto trans.,
Friday.Those wishing to sign up Wednesday, Feb. 11, 6 p.m. radio, fact air cond., WW

,\ should bring proof of age.. Lanes 1&2 MARTD vs Supply ..., .. tires, solid gold

1 3&4 King Pins vs Chiefs
5&6 Pin Benders vs Tars
NAVY 7&8 Quacks No. 1 vs Hospital
9& 10 Chokers vs Rat Pack 68 BISCAYNE $1695
11 & CPO's Uncles
12 vs
i(t' 13 & 14 Cherry Pickers vs Tarp Tuners
AUTINSURANCE 2 Dr., V8, auto trans,
radio fact. air cond. WW
National League 'up
tires solid silver

: Thursday, Feb. 12, 6 p.m.
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I \ 3&4 5&6 Blue Red Darters vs vs Flap NFO Jax 67 MALIBU Sta. Wag. $1995

d 7 & 8 Rapid Comm. vs Tweakers
1 :, 9 & 10 Hard Hats vs Eagles
i I 11 & 12 SeminolesMarines vs 679th Contours, V-8, Auto trans.,
,It t 13&14 (FIC) vs Round Five Factory air, PS, R&H, WW
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