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VOL. 27 NO. 46_U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE/ FLORIDA_"r>f R 70 Gt

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Ordnanceman Chosen SailorOf I/.\,,

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Year at Training CenterJax /\'
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The man selected as .helping them through difficulties. volunteering as the 1969 Savings i iI.
NATT. Center's 'Outstanding Brissette's outstanding Bond Petty Officer for approximately I.
Enlisted Man' of the year is a leadership abilities have enabled 200 students. '
first class petty officer who has him to serve successfully as 'kev Brissette was first "
received much acclaim in his acknowledged for outstanding
four and a. half years of naval performance in 1965 when he J4
service graduated from recruit trainingin
A01 Richard J. Brissette, Jr Great Lakes as 'Honorman' of
an instructor at NATT Center, his company. He was 'Honorman' _
was awarded the title in again in 1968 when he graduatedfrom % +K re r w.
recognition of his excellent Instructor Training Schoolin -co'
leadership achievements which Memphis. _
may be witnessed in both his on Another title came to him last : ,
and off duty activities.In .
selected
J April when he was as _
addition to teaching studentsthe 4
'Serviceman of the Quarter. .
fundamental of their rate, As the 'Outstanding Enlisted a'Ay,ci)fib "
Petty Officer Bissette spends Man' of the year, Bissette will g"?
many of his off duty hours fl'' join men selected from other n J
counseling their problems and
commands in receiving special
Rtwork recognition from the Navy
Facility League of Jacksonville. Ingram/ RAdm. Hoyworfti, WMtakor. ,\


i Stays in Saving AOl ritMttt time Petty in Officer his off Bissette- duty hours finds to Navy Backs Scouting

expand his education with USAFI

Award Limtlight man' for various campaign courses and college classes, and .
drives. He demonstrated he is a current candidate for the

exemplary support for the Navy Elisted Scientific Good Turn Day Drive
Jax-The Naval Air Rework Savings Bond Program by Education Program.

. Facility has received another -

Navy honor-the Achievement Department Award of the for VP-5 Returns from SpringboardJax Jax-'I charge each of you to Admiral Heyworth, general

r.. 'outstanding support of the Cost pull together to make Good Turn chairman for the project, said \

4,. Reduction Program in FY 1969. .-,..The.return of Cdr. R. T, qualifications, resulting in a high Day 1970 the best ever,' said!' this year's goal will be 22,000 j\
award is in the form RAdm.'Lawrence Heyworth Jr.; bags., ,He pointed out that each y
This latest Thomas, Patrol Squadron Five's state of operational readiness '.. 1, .....'
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of a certificate from Adm. I. J. commanding officer, Saturday, the entire squadron.Cdr. Monday morning as he helped bag will provide four hours work {.
Galatin, chief of Naval material, marked the end of VP-5's two Thomas termed this the kick off North Florida Boy Scouts for 'a Goodwill handicapped
and 1 RAdm. T. J. Walker, commander week participation in Operation most successful Springboard annual project to help others. worker.
Naval Air Systems Springboard 70.Springboard. exercise he has ever attendedand The good turn for Goodwill Local businessmen are
Command. is annual noted with pleasure the Industries project moves into providing their trucks for the j
Last month the Rework an cohehsion and coordination action Saturday, March 7, when hauling project and members of
exercise held each in the
Facility, as the NavAir field Caribbean. It spring all developed within the individualcrews. hundreds of scouts spread out the North Florida Amateur Radio
activity with the most out- provides throughout North Florida Society will coordinate their
Atlantic Fleet units with
standing perfomrnace, also to brush an their opportunity The success of Patron Five's counties to leave empty bags on movements from a
Award for up on theporchesof hundreds of homes. headquarters unit set up at
received the SecNav skills. For VP-5 it mission at Springboard 70 was
Cost Reduction Program excellence operational the result of the effort exerted by During that week, housewivescan Goodwill offices on Good Turn
intensive of ASW
was an period
in FY 1969. The every man in the squadron, be he give the project a boast by Day. .
the MAD
exercises, pitting Foxesin
Jacksonville Naval Air Rework the P-3A Orions against flight crewman, administrator or filling the bags with household Helping to see the project is a
Facility attained 504 percent of friendly conventional and maintenanceman.Of special noteis utensils and clothing. One week success by coordinating Good
its goal and thereby gained these nuclear submarines under the dedication of the ground later on March 14 (Good Turn Turn Day will be Chet Whittaker,
honors. The SecNav award included controlled conditions. maintenance personnel who Day) the scouts will retrace their president of the North, Florida
a plaque and a pennant.In through their dilligence: and long steps to pick the bags up. The Council Boy Scouts of America;
addition, nine employees of During the two week period, hours of work gave the squadrona bags will then be loaded aboard James Ingram, president of
the Rework'' Facility have been the squadron flew more than 68 perfect record. During the two- large trucks and transported to Goodwill Industries; Sheldon
singled out as recipients of the sorties for approximately 350 week deployment to Roosevelt the Goodwill Industries on Lenox Gendzier, business; Admiral
Department of the Navy Cer- hours of training. Most of the Roads, not one ASW exercise had Avenue where Navymen will Heyworth; Wallace Ferry, scout
tificate of Merit in special crews completed all of their to be cancelled because of air- unload the trucks and stack the activites director; C. H.' Hobbs,
recognition of significant cost submarine exercise craft failure. bags. Amateur Radio Society; Cdr. J.

reduction achievement 0. Heft, Fleet Weather Facilitywill
Employees so honored were W. Viet Veteran Receives ]Bronze StarJaxA head Navy participation;
H. Gentry and V. T. O'Conner fora and Harve Bradly will coor-
$205,000 savings involving the Marine gunnery diante news media efforts to
prefabrication of harness cable sergeant attached to MAD support the project.News .
assemblies. W. A. Bucek for received the Bronze Star Medal

saving $123,000 in the processingof '''''''''''' with Combat 'V' for service in BriefsJax
RA-5C nose landing gear Vietnam from MAD Com-
struts,and H.I.Duncan and 0. L. -- ........., manding Officer LtCol. R. P.
Anderson for saving jointly #IJ. .. ; '", Eckmann last Thursday. Station personnel that
$120,000 in reclaiming J52 engine '\ ,., .; ', GySgt. Harold 0. Morgan was will not be home to wish their
spacer assemblies.Also ,1"(.(/ (,., .'. '. ", I : cited for his service as a weapons mother's a happy Mother's Day
honored were E. P. Grote ,\\" .....:"".t. .'.' advisor for the South Vietnamese May 10 but would like to do so
for a cost reduction of $51,000 in ... ... ,..'.,."...,.*',:<,' Army In Quang Ngai, Vietnam over their local radio station on
the modification of a camera ... ,:,;.t'_ :, from June 1968 to June 1969. that day should contact the
mount test bench, W. S. Morrisfor 'I- .j'.. While attached as an advisorfor station Public Affairs Office at
his savings submission in- the South Vietnamese,Gunny ext. 2370 or 2379 to make
volving the bulk procurement of Morgan worked with one other arrangements for recording their .
stripping compound and ffFi. Marine in teaching over 450 message. All messages must be
brightener, and R. H. Kart and C. Vietnamese the use of weapons recorded by April 3. '
C. Taylor for a jointly submittedcost ; ranging from the 105 Howitzer to
1.
reduction item involving J52 the .45 caliber pistol. In this Personnel traveling to
engine fuel nozzle hoses. capacity he was cited for his Charleston, S. C. between April 3
'Meritorious Service' withMACV and 12 and plan to stay over for
t t Advisory Team 2 and awardedthe South Carolina Tricentennial are
InsideEditorials medal. Morgan will shortly urged to make prior
receive his second Bronze Star arrangements for lodging before
, Page 2 !k TIOySgt. for a specific action while attached arriving. Civilian and military
Menu Page 2 to the Vietnamese forces. temporary living accommodations
Morgan reported aboard NAS are expected to be r
Movies Page 11 Jax and MAD in June 190 and full during the period March 15 to \

Sports Page 16 receives Bronx Star from Lt. Col. IcfciMnii now serves as Career Planner. April 15.

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2 JAX AIR NEWS. AFTERBURNER FEBRUARY 19,1970



The Little ThingsWhen 11evtfle


was the last time you threw a silver dollar across the : r.! 1
Potomac? Probably there was no last time. But it is a rare soldier, I .

Washington.sailor, airman or Marine who does not know who did: George ra -iIt

At least it issaid hethrew a dollar across the Potomac..or was it the eq
Rappahannock? And remember the incident with the cherry tree? CATHOLICNaval
Mom, dad or the school teacher told us about that, and how young
George never told a lie. Air Station

Did t those incidents really happen? Perhaps. But mention the first
President of the United States !and they Immediately spring to mind. SUNDAY MASS 9&lla.m.
True or not, we remember them. DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
However, the memory starts to fog up when we sail a little deeperinto 'Confessions will be heard
other incidents in the life of George Washington. Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and from
Valley Forge-that rings a bell doesn't it? And General Cornwallis. 5 to 5:45: p.m.'
Wasn't he involved somehow? Mount Vernon. That comes to mind,

too. ,.7 Naval Hospital

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CITIZEN /" 'r.itt"} :........ SUNDAY MASS 8 a.m.
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NEW LIEUTENANT Capt. H. O. Cutler, NAS commanding officer NATTC
SOLDIER "\ presents Lt. John H. Burson with "I', letter of appreciation.Mr. Bursonis
: attached to the NAS Legal office as a member of the JAG Corps. SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
a ?
: S 1 st PRESIDENT Bldg. 500

\. t JltfEJlfo/J PROTESTANT

( Nova! Hospital
<11732 1199 The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different
/ AiY meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES
breakfast' a.m. to 7:30 a.m.; dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and supper 4 p.m. to,
,,
",- 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3. Bldg. 551, serves breakfast S:30: a.m. to i 7 a.m.; 10 a.m.
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m.; supper 5:00: p.m. to ':15. Both Dining halls observe -
Perhaps it is not so odd that we do not remember everything about the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast ':30 a.m. to
George Washington and his time. After all, momentous events were ':30 a.m.;brunch':30 a.m.to 12:30: p.m."Pld supper.4 p.m.to 5:30 p.m. Naval Air Station
taking place in those days when the nation shrugged off foreign rule Personnel on com rats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 2S
cents;dinner and brunch for i 5 cents and supper for SO cents.
and took its first steps as a democracy. Sunday
Unfortunately,we tend to forget some of the small things, too. Breakfast Dinner Supper Church School 9a.m.
When George Washington was 15 years old, he copied in an exercise Junior Church 10 a.m.
book certain rules of behavior which he thought were important. The FRIDAY, FEB.20 Divine Worship Service 10 a.m.
copy book is now on display in the Library of Congress. Some of the Hot Oatmeal Dinner Lima Bean Soup Bldg.750
rules Washington considered 'decent behavior in company and con- Ham Omlet Cream of Tomato Soup Turkey A la King Episcopal Communion 8:30: a.m.
Deep Fried Fish Por Oven Roast Veal Buttered Egg Noodles
versation' are listed here, with the spelling and capitalization of tions Natural Gravy Broccoli Polanalse Bldg.750
Washington's time used: Hash Brown Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Baking Powder Biscuits
Sleep not when others Speak, Sit not when others stand, Speak not Raisin Rolls Seasoned Green Beans Chocolate Pudding Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
when you should hold your Peace,walk not on when others Stop, Spice Butter Cake Cream Icing Whipped Topping Bldg.722 .I
Use no Reproachful Language against any one neither Curse nor
Revile. SATURDAY, FEB.21 TuesdaySenior
Gaze not on the marks or blemishes of Others and ask not how they Hot Grits Chicken Noodle Soup Tomato Rice Soup Choir Rehearsal 5 p.m.
came. Eggs to Order Barbecued Beef Grilled Pork Chops Bldg.750
What you may Speak In Secret to your Friend deliver not before Griddle Cakes French Fried Potatoes Onion Gravy ThursdayChristian
others.Be Broiled Bacon Slices Buttered Fresh Frozen O'Brien Potatoes
Cake Doughnuts Mixed Vegetables Seasoned Succotash Science Service 8p.m.
not Curious to Know the Affairs of Others neither approach those Peach CrispSUNDAY Raisin Nut Cupcakes
that Speak in Private. NATTC
Labour to keep alive In your Breast that Little Spark of Celestialfire FEB.22Washington's ,.

Called Conscience. Birthday Divine Worship 12 p.m.
The actions of George Washington in later life proved he never Hot Farina Brunch Corn Chowder Bldg. 500
forgot his rules of behavior from his youth. For us, may be it is all French Eggs to Toast Order Knlckbocker Soup Spanish Steaks Evening Worship 6p.m.
Grilled Cheese and Mahsed Potatoes
right to occasionally forget the big things.
Grilled Ham Slices Bacon Sandwiches Buttered Peas and Bldg. 500
But let's NOT forget the little things. (AFPS) Iced Bear Claws Potatoe Chips Carrots
Hot Baked Beans Blueberry Pie
Ice Cream CupsMONDAY

Is Lent For You ? FEB.23 ,

Holiday Routine TrafficViolations
By Capt. John Carnes, CHC Hot Oatmeal Brunch Grilled Beef Steaks
Eggs to Order
Submarine Sandwiches Fried Onions and
'Seeing Is believing' is not necessarily so. There are Minute SteaksStrawberry or Baked Ham and Mushrooms

many who see but do not believe. For there are two Iced Cinnamon Hot Rolls Cakes Tomato Sandwiches "' French Buttered Baked Green Potatoes Peas

kinds of seeing. There Is seeing which is observing. ThisIs Shoestring Potatoes Cherry Pie ala Mode The following is a report of

physical sight and all it requires Is reasonable good Tee Ice Cream Bean Salad Cup with motor vehicle accidents and

eyes. Then there is seeing which is discerning. This Is Cherry traffic violations for the period
Topping Feb. 3 Feb. 9.Number .
insight. Insight requires Intellectual, moral and of Accidents
spiritual sensitivity. To observe is to see the facts In any TUESDAY FEB. 24 This week 6

situation event. To discern Is to the facts
given or see Hot Oatmeal French Onion'Soup Turkey Noodle Soup Total accidents this year through
and read their meaning.Our Eggs to Order Roast Turkey Beef Pot Pie Feb.9 33

seeing Is not all at once for spiritual insight often Hot Baked Griddle Sausage Cakes Patties Corn Natural Bread Gravy Dressing Biscuit Buttered Topping Egg Noodles Number of accidents through

, comes gradually. Sometimes the 'dawn will come up Cinnamon Rolls Buttered Fresh Frozen French Fried February 1969 52
Total number of days since last
like thunder' or the mantle of night will be softly furled Broccoli Pie Southern CauliflowerPumpkin Style Greens injury in a motor vehicle accident -
back to unveil the golden glory of the day. So may Whipped Topping Ice Cream Cups 11

spiritual insight come with a sudden rending of the viewof Number of Violations

clay. A single dramatic experience such as Paul's WEDNESDAY, FEB.25 This week 63

blinding flash of light on Damascus road may so light up Vegetable Soup Speeding Reckless Driving 21 1
one's life until all the scattered pieces fall into place. Hot Oatmeal Savory Chicken Tomato Soup Going 5
through stop sign
Eggs to OrderPineapple Chicken
And cne begins to see 'life steadily and see it whole; Hot Cakes Mashed Potatoes Gravy or Grilled Chill Beef Macaroni Liver Other violations 36

More often we see through a glass darkly. Insight is Broiled Bacon Slices Black eyed Peas Lynoaise Potatoes Twenty eight Drivers
won only In a fierce struggle with the forces of darkness Raised Doughnuts Mixed Buttered Vegetables Fresh Frozen Scalloped Devil's Potatoes appeared before the Traffic
Food Cake
within ourselves and within our world. Sometimes our Applesauce Cake Chocolate Fudge Icing Hearing Board on Feb. 12.
Disposition of the case included I
reluctance to face the dark places within ourselves the following I

keeps us from seeing. Sister Mary Camilla's prayer is a The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper 18 lost driving and parking
profoundly human one: distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station privileges aboard station for
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing d various
'Lord, that I may see Company periods; 11 were
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX NE'WS
AIR assigned to complete an eight
So often I see nothing I must be forwarded to the
Public
Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS hour course in remedial driving;
because I fear the light Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News 20 received suspensions
that would make me see myself items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 772-3118 or

How many of us are content to live our lives In the 3119. 1 YiDUR INCOME

shadows as did Blanch, the faded southern belle In Advertisements 'fA E' NOW
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for Lent bids us look at ourselves in the Light of Christ. VOL. 27 NO. 46 FEBRUARY 19,1970 1)ONT WA'f'1'lt' THE I I.. I

The shock of recognition may be painful but Isn't all LAST ""flU'sPAGE -.

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FEBRUARY 19,1970 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE




CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUPBy


I Chief Brewster



Following their auspiciousdebut Albany, however; Albany went w w
in the 6th Naval District into a full court press during the V 8
Tournament, the Cecil Field second half and caused numerous
Raiders were eliminated in Raider turnovers. Once again
successive games, falling to Wills and Teague were high men
Glynco 107-97 and Albandy 9790. for the Raiders with 24 and 19
In their winning effort against points each.

Memphis, the Raiders had 6 The Pensacola Goshawks won ;$ '
r key rr eta oJ a a 'ed l ly
player scoring in double figures the tournament with Glynco p ,.
with Teague and Hissam high capturing the runner-up spot.A vd 5

men with 19 and 17 points letter was received duringthe
respectively. With 5 minutes week from Snoopy Black-
remaining in the game Cecil burn. Snoopy stated that the
Field found themselves trailingby confines of the pilot house on his r
8 points. A combination of 'boat' is entirely too confined for
timely field goals and free throws fulfillment of his desire to hold a
enabled the.Raiders to pull the handball tournament. Also he
game out of the fire. Cecil Field believes that Cecil Field, Cdr. J. J. Lahr, C. O. VA-81 Sunliners, presented lieutenant bars to three newly! promoted officers.
provedextremelyadeptat the free firmly They are: left to right Lt.James S. Kldd, Lt. Michael M. Fortin,and Lt. Michael B. Nordeen.
duty is preferable to that found in
throw line, sinking 28 attempts Vietnam.AE2 .
against but 8 for.Memphis.In Guns on a HeloStratford
the game against Glynco,
the Raiders found themselves
down by but 2 points a t half time. ,J Conn.-A tiny island minute at fast fire. Crewmen use the aircraft; Fixed forward, they
However, four players quickly Z five miles southwest of Martha's two separate sights mounted in can be fired by either pilot or copilot
found themselves in foul trouble N Vineyard was used recently by the cabin and swung through the much like the fixed guns of a
and two (Hissam and Worsham) the U. S. Navy and Sikorsky cabin door or aft window. The copilot fighter plane. Automatic stops,
fouled out of the game thus Aircraft to test the firepower of a also can aim and fire the when the guns are swiveled,
stripping Cecil Field of much new combat search and rescue guns by means of a pistol grip in protect the helicopter's undersideand
needed rebounding strength. helicopter. the cockpit.The landing gear. The turret
Wills contributed 28 points and The HH-3A, a modified SH-3A, guns can swing in a near system is produced by Emerson
Teague 23 in the Raiders losing will undergo further trials at the 180 degree arc on either side of Electric Company.Bob's .
effort. Navy's Patuxent River test
Finding themselves playing in center before entering service.
their third game in as many The SH-3A,designed for the Navyas
nights, the Riders jumped to a 6 an anti-submarine warfare Oak Hill
point half time lead against weapons system, has also been
used as a search and rescue
CUPPEK'S/LVERL/NE/ / aircraft. Pure Service CenterOpen
James T. Evans was Two electrically powered mini
CRAFT
; awarded a Bronze Star in lieu of gun turrets are mounted on the *
MERCRUISER his first Individual Air Medal HH 3A behind the sponsors, for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.

STERNDRIVES during VA-105's personnel inspection where the SH.3A normally has a
MERCURY last Friday. The award torpedo station. The mini guns, road service pick up ft delivery
i was presented for personal six barrels each of
m. OUTBOARDS are capable
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I Annual Jax Credit Union Meeting Set February 27Jax I



Nearly 900 memers are Union officials on the financial members shares and loans, u; ,
expected to attend the 18th An condition and progress during the which increased assets to nearly 'I : _
nual membership meeting of the year. President Rod Pinney will $16 million in 1969, will be
Jax Navy Federal Credit Union also present a board of directors presented by Treasurer Cecil W. .S""
Friday, Feb. 27, at 7:30: p.m. at report on important decisionsand Acree Jr.Various. t '
NA. TTC's King Hall. progress during the past other reports will be
The agenda for the evening year. Statistics on growth in given by the chairman of the e g'
includes reports from Credit Credit Committee, Thomas W.
Mincey, and chairman of the
Supervisory Committee, AlfredC. '
Air Force ColonelTo i
AnW"W b
Seablom Jr. The floor will be 1
I open to members for questionsand

Be Guest SpeakerThe suggestions concerning the
.. operation of the credit union.
Nominees for four vacancies on
guest speaker at the an- Prior to assuming his present the Board and two on the Credit
nual Credit Union meeting will duties, Colonel Connelly com- Committee will be presented to
be traveling to Jacksonville from pleted a 48-month tour of duty in the membershp by Nominating
Washington, D. C. Turkey, where he served as the Committee Chairman Joseph S.
Colonel Hubert A. Connelly, Assistant Air Force Attache in 0' Connell.
USAF, director of Personnel charge of the Istanbul, Turkey For the Board of Directors the
Commercial Affairs and on the office, and as Aide de Camp to committee has nominated LCdr.W. oro'' ;,
staff of General Leo A. Benade, Lieutenant General Cecil H.Col. C. Forehand, flight support I 'v, C'
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Deputy Assistant Secretary of officer, NAS Jacksonville; Sam ,,
Dfense (Military Personnel H. Hendricks, supply systems
Policy) will address the meeting. ; .
analyst, Supply Department, hL
Colonel Connelly has worked Cecil Field; Gordon L. King, ) .' !.
closely with the Defense, Credit
supervisory equipment
Union Council in the developmentof specialist, Supply Department, Bahamas Vacation
the DoD policy statement on NAS Jacksonville; Donald R.
credit unions serving military Moran, station fire chief, NAS
personnel. Jacksonville; and Rod D. Pinney,
Colonel Connelly has been executive assistant to the com- Top Door PrizeA
personally involved with credit manding officer, NAS
unions, also. Prior to being Jacksonville.
recalled to active duty in 1951, he Credit Committee nomineesare large selection of door cassette tape recorder, General
founded and served as treasurerof : George W. Malone, plannerand will be given to members wring Electric radio phonograph,
the Knights pf Columbus estimator,NARF; PN2 Jerry the annual Credit Union meeting. Tahoe water skis, Oster hair
Council 147 Federal Credit Unionin L. Miller, Military Personnel, dryer, Structor kettle barbequegrill
Waltham, Mass for 1 ft NAS Jax; and Haven A.Morrison The l lucky winners of the grand Coleman cooler, Florida
years. He also served on the Jr., assistant planner and prize this year will receive a trip portable typewriter; Clairol I
board of directors of the estimator NARF. for two to Nassau, Bahamas, Instant Kindness curler set; and :
Massachusetts Officers Members present at the complete with $100 spending four complete gift certificates for
Federal Credit Union for three Connelly meeting will be called on to select money. Second prize is a two persons, including a bottle of
years. from the slate, and any others Panasonic portable televisionset. champagne at the Alhambra
Colonel Connelly possess a Childre, United States Per- nominated from the floor duringthe Dinner Theater.All .
Master of Arts Degree in In- manent Military Deputy to the
meeting, those whom they Other Kodak members
ternational Relations and is Central Treaty Organization. prizes are: arriving before
presently studying for his Doc- Colonel Connelly and his wife, believe will be represent them in camera, pair of Empire 7:30 p.m. will be eligible to !'
torate in International Affairs at Avis, reside in Alexandria Va. the management of the creditunion's binoculars, Sunbeam electric can participate in the drawing of the
the Universit _of Maryland. They have three children. affairs. opener, Water Pik, Panasonic 'Early Bird Prizes.'





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[L .:: ; :.if.. ; Suggestion Checks, Pins for Service


Jax-Capt. H. 0. Cutler, NAS Bimetric Damper in a boiler shack 203 was removed at the
I commanding officer, was stack and the relocation of suggestion of Steve Spaller of
z busier than usual Feb. 10 as he another boiler switch in Bldg. 142. Public Works and he was
presented beneficial suggestion, Joseph C. Nemeth of Public presented with $25. Another
length of service, sustained Works collected$50 and 51 safety Public Works man, B. C. Teague
superior performance and points for his suggestion. VirgilH. earned $25 for his suggestion
'special recognition awards to Smith suggested that safety concerning Flooded steam pits
several station personnel.G. rails be installed on Bldg. 10's and motors.
D. Presson of Public Works roof and was presented with 36 Last on Capt. Cutler's list of
! accepted three Beneficial safety points and $35. Ollie L. Bene Sugg Awards was D. W.
Suggestion awards from the Wright, Public Works, received Goodwin. He received$25 for an
I skipper on behalf of himself andT $25 for his idea of using idea concerning starter in.
M. Franklin, also of Public mechanical fingers to clean, spection of material handling
Works. traps. equipment.Sustained.
Ruby M. Malay Is congratulated by Cdr. R. L. Williams, Data Presson and Franklin split $75 Essie H. Gardner of Public Superior Per
Processing officer, on her promotion to GS-4. N. F. Barncoad and and accounted for 55 safety pointsfor Works received a total of$50 for formance Awards were
, DPRCS and D. C. Lawson look on. their suggestions concerningthe his preventive maintenance presented to Edgar Santimaw,
relocation of an attic fan trouble log for the hospital area. Oliver L. Brown and Eleanor N.
Poor Practices Listed switch, the installation of a A hazard in the generator Sapp. A Special Recognition
Award went to Hamp.H. Cohens.
Earl E. Cox and Harvey A.
\ CSC Reviews Discrimination ComplaintsJaxThe Mears were honored for their 20

of service. Charlie 0.
U. S. Civil Service and Review have made known: to bring him within reach for position. years Burke received a 15-year award
Commission's Board of Appealsand Overlooking an eligible for consideration for promotion. When an employee requestedan and Felix E. Bevis and Kathryn
Review has found a numberof ,promotion in situations where Failure to communicate with explanation as to why he was B. Hardwick received 10-year
complaints which result from vacancies are not posted for employees or to be responsive to the only candidate on the recognition.WESTSIDE.
poor personnel and supervisory receipt: applications. their requests for informatin promotion certificate not interviewed *
pracitices in its review of appeals Incorrectly stating the leads to the filing of complaintssuca instead of respondingto
from Federal Agency decisionson requirements for a position or as the following: the employee's request the
discrimination. incorrectly stating the basis for When the allocation of an supervisor kept asking the employee RENTALS
:I In most cases, such practicesare selection in a posted promotion employee's position was to explain why he believedthe 5829 BLANDING BLVD
usually corrected after the notices for submission of ap- questioned, the supervisor failure to interview him
agency review, either at the localor plications. merely stated that there were no tended to show lack of equal
headquarters level. However Interview of some but not all higher grade vacancies. opportunity.
in a few cases when the board the referred candidates by a After an employee had been Supervisors enhance 772-8477
found that agencies did not take promotion panel. detailed to a higher grade promotion opportunities of white
J,I corrective action or did not take Failure to give an employeee a position the position was employees by giving them opportunity -
sufficient action to correct a poor promotion appraisal when due downgraded and the employeewas to learn to operate
practice, it has made recommendations while all other employees receive reassigned laterally to the equipment; they did not give LOCAL AND
for corrective actionin theirs. position without any explanationof Negro employees the same opportunities ONE WAYRENTALS
its decision on the appeal. Selection of an employee for the downgrading of the .
Here are some examples of detail without competition in
i I poor personnel and supervisory order to raise the employee's Food Service Board
practices the Board of Appeals ranking on a promotion register


Gives Audit ReportJax (1

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-The chairman of the station's Civilian Employee Food Service L"Juan
We loana Board has given his report following an audit of the board's accounts
through the end of 1969. /
Chairman George Krestalude gave the following report followingthe .0Y/Ias;
audit.
million 'Cash in bank (checking) $ 2,781.48 San Juan at Niblick
Cash in bank (savings) 15.688.69 Phone M4-4406
Prepaid Insurance 266.40
Prepaid Equipment Rental & Service 105.42 .1, 2 and 3 Bedrooms
Garden Type Apartments with
dollars Country Club Atmosphere
Net Worth $18,841.99A .Kitchens equipped with O-E
Ranges ft Refrigerators
summary of transactions during the period Oct. 1 through Dec.31, .'Individual Air Conditioning and
1969, was as follows: ,_Drapes Heating furnished by O-E
every dayWhen Receipts $2,941.61 Wall to Wall Carpeting
Expenditures 1,654.45 Large Swimming Pool

Increase in Net Worth $1,287.16
you're big enough to loan that much

every day, you're big enough to say "yes"to
almost any money need. So, if you need
money for car repairs, house repairs, or if INCOME' TAX RETURNS

you want to make your leave a real vacation,
come to Aetna.
ACCURACY GUARANTEED
You see, we realize that people need moneyfor
many different reasons. And we like to
help whenever we can. So, if you need cash,
whatever the reason, stop by, or call. Confidential, accurate preparation of all Federal or

State income tax returns. Individual attention by

AETNAFINANCE experienced personnel. No appointment necessary.


$5.00 AND UP .;


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3 Convenient Locations CITY-WIDE TAX SERVICE

Hemming Park Bldg.
46 W. Duval, Phone 355.7543 \ 1949 BLANDING BLVD. (Near San Juan)
8006 Lem Turner Rd., Phone 768.0501
PHONE 384-1598
e 5551 Normandy, Phone 786.0191

Mon.-Fr. 9. A.M. to 7 P.M. Sat. 9 to 5
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Jax-Solicitation of applications Apprentice (First Year)' 9W59 Engine) GS-7, 8 and 9, 142-69 INN
for positions listed Statistical Assistant GS-5, 97-69 Instrument Mechanic (General!),
below is for the purpose of Accounting Technician GS-4, 101- 143-69 Aircraft Painting Worker, entertainment will be provided by Messenger of the
establishing registers of eligible 69 Aircraft Metal smith, 102-69 145-69 Electrician 146-69 Massif Tomorrow evening the Soul Society will be there. Saturdayand
candidates for future con- Automotive Mechanic (Body Superisory Supply Clerk GS-4, Monday will feature music by the Autoharp, and on Sunday the
sideration and does not indicate Fender), 103-69 Clerk-Dictating 147-69 Military Personnel Clerk Camelots will appear. Country music by Mel Gaden and the Lazy
that there are existing vacancies Machine Transcriber GS-4, 105 (Typing) GS-5, 149-69 Super- Rhythm Girls is scheduled for Tuesday night, and on Wednesday the
in the positions. 69 Secretary (Steno) GS-5, 107- 9 visory Military Personnel Clerk Four of Clubs will bring their talents to the stage.ACEYDUCEYCLUB .
Applications for the positions in Card Punch Operator GS-2,and 3, (Typing) GS-5, 152-69 Aircraft J
the following group will be accepted 108-69 Messenger GS-2 and 3, 110- Engine Mechanic, 153-69 Air- .
from carreer or career- 69 Production Controller GS-7, frames Mechanic, and 154-69 !
conditional employees of the air 111-69 Planner and Estimator Computer Operator GS-4. Beat the club tomorrow night and Saturday and enjoy dancing to the
station, Rework Facility, (Sheetmetal Worker), 112-69 Also, 155-69 Instrument music of the popular Four of Clubs.
Reserve Training Unit, Elec Electrical Accounting Machine Mechanic (Electronic), 156-69
tronics Training Unit, Fleet Operator GS-3, 114-69 Electrical Aircraft Metals Worker, 157-69 CPO CLUB
Intelligence, Commissary, Accounting Machine Operator Aircraft Examiner (Aircraft
Hospital, Recruiting Station, Gs-3, 114-69 Pipecoverer and Electrician), 158-69 Welder, 159- Dine on pizza at the chiefs' club this evening, and tomorrow night 1
Storage Management Office, Insulator, and 115-69 Plasterer. 69 Aircraft Examiner (Airframes listen to your favorite country western tunes when Mel Gaden and the
Disease Vector Control Fleet Also, 117-69 Sheetmetal Mechanic), 160-69 Supervisory Lazy Rhythm Girls appear on stage. Tommy 'C' and the Seminoles '
Weather, Surplus Sales Office Worker, 118-69 Refrigeration and Supply Clerk GS-5, 161-69 Cash will provide the entertainment on Saturday,andSunday night therewill !
and Navy Finance. Air Conditioning Mechanic, 119- Clerk GS-4, 162-69 Supply Clerk be dancing to the music of Mark Castle.
MBP 79-69 Electronics 69 Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, GS-4,165-69Inspector (Household Menu specialties for the week include seafood platter tomorrow,
Mechanic, 80-69 Aircraft 121-69 Boiler Tender, 122-69 Goods Shipment), 166-69 prime rib roast Sunday, fried chicken Tuesday and rib eye. steak
Elecronics Worker, 81-69 Ac Plumber, 124-69 Assistant Meat Engineman (Locomotive). Wednesday.
counts Maintenance Clerk GS-4, Cutter, 125-69 Laborer Cleaner,
82-69 Planner &: Estimator 126-69 Mess 'Attendant, 128-69 New AccreditationFor I I USOCLUB
(Public Works Structures), 83-59 Secretary (Steno) GS-4, 129-69
Aircraft Istrument Mechanic, Aircraft Instrument Mechanic MontereyMonterey Enjoy games and free refreshments at the USO tonight. If you havea
84-69 Aircraft Instrument (Electronic), 130-69 Automotive birthday this month,tomorrow is the night to celebrate it at the club.
Worker, 85-69 Aircraft Electrician Equipment Serviceman, 131-69 Calif. Full The free feature movie scheduled for Sunday is 'Munster Go Home'
86-69 Clerk (StenographyGS3 Clerk GS-2 and 3, 132-69 Com- academic accreditation for the beginning at 7 p.m. Play the game of your choice Tuesday night when
and 4, 87-69 Clerk (Typist) puter Operator GS-5, 133-69 Naval Postgraduate School the selection includes ping pong, bowling, chess and pool. Be there
GS-2, 3, and 4, 88-69 Electronics Sotckman, and 136-69 Data (NPS) has been renewed for Wednesday night to hear disc Jockey Al Albert play the latest records
Mechanic (Aircraft Systems), 89- Communciations Equipment another five year term through from 8 to 11 p.m.
69 Electronics Mechanic Operator. June 1975. The renewal was
(Maintenance), 9CMJ9 Machinist, Also, 137-69 Management approved by the Accrediting FRA 11
and 91-69 Aircraft Electrical Technician GS-5, 139-69 Commission for Senior Collegesand
Worker. Teletypist GS-5, 140-69 Universities of the Western
Also, 92-69 Planner. & Mechanical Engineering Association of Schools and On Sunday night there will be dancing to the music of Jim Mann and
Estimator (Public Works Technician GS-7,8 and 9 (Ground Colleges. The commission is the the Goodtimers. Get there early for the best tables. Tuesday is 'Game I
Electrical Systems), 93-69 Industrial Support), 141.69 Mechanical official accrediting body for Night', and diners who make orders of one dollar or more from the
Tractor Operator, 94-69 Engineering Technician (Jet colleges and universities in special menu will receive free game tickets.A .
California.The .
Naval Postgraduate large variety of sandwiches and dinners is always available from
School's 246-man civilian facultyare the club's galley, which is open Tuesday through Friday from 11 to 2
drawn from colleges and p.m. and 5 to 9 ::30 p.m., and on Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 9 p.m.

universities around the world; Tickets for the Plymouth Duster drawing are now on sale. March 14
MIznL7nma4a nearly three fourths of them is the deadline for all ticket purchases. ,
hold a doctorate degree. Over
one third of theSl-manmilitary All shipmates are urged to come out and support the club. Guests j
faculty hold the PHD. are always welcome.
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New ConstitutionApprovedbyAFWM Patriotism runs DeepInSparks'Household

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Jax-The Jacksonville Chapterof .
the Armed Forces f
Management AssociationAFMA Jax Three military careers Chief Sparks will be retiring in

( ) held its regular monthly and three different service November, but that doesn't mean
business meeting Thursday in the branches are represented by that the Sparks family will be
St. Johns Room of the NAS Of AFCM Barton H. Sparks, and his without a Navy member. His I
ficers Club. two eldest sons. third son, Barton Jr., is working
Fifty nine members and three ; Sparks leading chief for FAW- hard on his grades at Orange
guests attended the meeting 11, has served the Navy from the Park High School and hopes to
which was conducted by H. C. air, the sea and the shore.Cruises attain an appointment to the U. S.
Chesley,president. The chapter's have taken him aboard the USS Naval Academy after he

officers gave their reports, and Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)), graduates.
Walt Hamilton delivered a i&t' the USS Orca (AVP-49)) and the Master Chief Sparks and his

sample briefing designed to USS America (CVA-66)) to duty wife, Reba, also have a daughter
acquaint prospective members 4y iJ with VA-196, VF-101, and VA-86. Sandra, who is a housewife in
with the Association's history and ? 6 On shore assignments he has Green Field, Tenn.

objectives.A ., served in Alaska, Hawaii and the
motion was made and continental United States, and at
seconded concerning the chap several overseas installations.The U.S. SAVINGS
ter's disassociation from the Mal.| Tevebaugh presents Air Force Commendation medals master chief's two sons, BONDS

national AFMA. The subject was Jerry and Bill,are following their
then voted on and approved.A father's example by devoting
second vote was taken on a Two 679th SergeantsHonored themselves to military careers. 4526 120th SI..nJ. .
proposed club constitution, and Jerry,33, is an Air Force major
the members voted heavily in and, is currently stationed at
favor of its adoption.The by Air ForceJax Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix,
programs chairman an- Ariz.,where he is being trained to GlossIHMMMItllNIMHINNIIHMMN
nounced that next month's fly the F-100 Air Force fighter I
Two members of the significant role in contributing to aircraft. He previously pilotedthe
meeting will feature a guest
speaker from the U. S. Naval 679th Radar Squadron were the success of the Air Force Air Force's B 47 in the Cleaners & laundry
with Air mission in Vietnam.'The citation
Academy. Members were en- recently presented Strategic Air Command.Bill Washers
Force Commendation Medals for continued '...The distinctive 25
,
21 is warrant
couraged to bring guests who an Army
may be interested in thespeaker's meritorious service. accomplishments of Sgt. Duckett officer. He recently completed 5C Dryerss( .)
K. P. reflect credit himself and
Maj. Tevebaugh, com upon
topic. Army helicopter flight trainingand
mander of the 679th, made the the U. S. Air Force.' is now stationed at Hunter HOURS: 308:30: :

Two 'Hunters'Take presentations to SMSgt Bill D. Army Air Field in Savannah, Ga. One Day ServiceJAX
Hogan and TSgt.Olin M. Duckett. He is scheduled to leave for duty
Will
NX Return NAS Nearest Laundry
SMSgt. Hogan distinguished
in Vietnam early next month.
himself as communications .
Step UpTwo
.electronics inspector, com Lost Money
munications electronics branch,
Petty Officers of VW-4 Office of the Inspector General, TO ALL!
Jax What do do when PRICES
were advanced in rate Feb. 16. Headquarters 10th Air Force, you you : WHOLESALE
lose in a vending machine
ADRI Curtis R. Cochran, from Richards Gebaur AFB, Mo. The money
Pearl River La. and AMH3 on station? Do you react
'
citation stated that ...his
Herbert A. Ryder, Plymouth, destructively by banging and NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
diligent, comprehensive ,
Mass., received their certificatesof structive and informative conkicking inspections the machine to no avail or NEW & USED TV SETS
advancement from Cdr. C. J. were instrumental in constructively by contacting the NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES

Cush, VW-4's commanding officer not only raising standards of Navy Exchange for a refund? NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
It is the policy of the Navy
management of the maintenance AIR CONDITIONERS
Cochran a Navyman for 15 functions of the command, but Exchange to refund all money Mrs.am. 7 p.m. Come In& Browse ':
lost in malfunctioning machines.
years, previously served in also the efficiency of individuals
Helicopter Training Squadron engaged in system activities.' Venting your fury on a machine WESCONNET FURNITURE CO
'
causes further damage, resulting
Eight, Pensacola, Fla. TSgt.Duckett was commended 5376 WESCONNETT at I03nl 77 I 0750I
Ryder reported to VW-4 from for his work as noncommissioned repairs repairs. These
AMH 'A' school in Memphis, officer in chargeTelephone, reflect a higher operating
for the exchange and I
Tenn. The 2 year veteran is Operations, 1883rd Comm. expense
to the airframes could mean a lower contribution
assigned shop.DOMINICK'S
Squadron, in Vietnam. to the station recreation fund.
His i outstandingprofessionalism i ""The Navy Exchange vending I MOVE I INTO The SPOILER'ia

initiative aided immesaurable, skill and in manager's telephone number is %&ms&&M8mmm: : : "..".."...".."."...'"....................................................................,,....;
and posted on all vending machines. ;;
identifying solving numerous
Either call the vending manager
encountered in his
problems or see the route man and
your
duties. The energetic application money will be refunded.BANKAMERICARDAMERICAN '
'MATADOR
Under New Management of his knowledge has played a
Italian & American Food
Family Style Dining Room EXPRESS STANDARD '
+'
FEATURING THE MASTERCHARGE Credit Cards Honored APARTMENTS
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BEST PIZZAIN MAILcar ttS : :

ROOSEVELT 1, 2 aid 3 ledroom Apartments
TOWN! !
OPEN DAILY: from $153 month

lOAM Iii MIDNIGHT wash FURNISHED or UNFURNISHEDAN
TUESDAY:
P.M.. Iii. MIDNIGHT APARTMENT COMMUNITY WITH SEPARATE

6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. I COMPLEXES FOR SINGLES, FAMILIES, ADULTS
Phone Ahead For MONDAY THRU SATURDAY .
CO-ORDINATED WALL TO WALLCARPETING
FAST SERVICE! HOURS: 8:30 AM5:30PMACKSONV'LLE MEDITERRANEAN and
387.2621I FURNITURE CO.ORDINATEDDRAPES

I ABUNDANCE OF
RAMBLING AREA CLUB ROOM

2 FULL BATHS CLUB SIZE POOLCHILDREN'S
WITH 2 andBEDROOM 3
APTS POOL

DRESSING ROOMS DISHWASHERSRANGES
WITH ALL 3 ANDDISPOSALS
1I BEDROOM MODELS

PERSONALLY CONCERNED /MANAGEMENT

AND 24-HOUR MAINTENANCE

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Publisher Calk 3M-27SS MOVIE SCHEDULES


JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be'mailed not later than Tuesday

NAS Jacksonville for publication the following Thursday. Ads ..
"r AFTERBURNER arriving too late for this deadline will be .. i.; ,.' '.t:.. '.. .:,; '.; ... :.) .. ;;.' ',. ,. .., .., .- At. .

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISING published the following week unless the
t t publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Movies will be shown nightly at

F money order for the full cost of the ad must be the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m.

t OFFICE t received WITH the coos for the ad. There will also be a kiddie

4747 San Juan Avenge t, RATE: MIIH"'.... chart ((3 lints) 12." matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a cycle APES'I

Jacksonville, Florida regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand
tt.
Per aMitlwwl line ((4 wards Mr lint) SUIt holidays. (80 )

, The Hospital Theater will have :

one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil THE

MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSON VILLE Field will have two nightly shows
!M\\t ;EMPLOYMENTSERVICE tHt1r :; 66 PORSCHE"11Orlg.
f (Azalea Mobile Home Park) V Mile .owner, 29,000 miles, Cream puff. during the week at 5:30: and 8
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near $3995. 2646669. p.m. Matinees will be shown on
schools and shopping center, Clean, weekends at 2 and 5 p.m.TVESDAY.FEaRUARYI.. Th URN
WIVES and reasonable rates. Manager on
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS premises. Children and pets welcome.
Jobfinders- 1372 Cassat 387-52 or 6301 Roosevelt 3899226. TRIUMPH SPITFIREG BARGAINS GALORE/

1022 Park Street, 354.7'.'. production Sports car. Completely NAS: 'HELL IN THEPACIFIC' The famous BARN Florida's
let up for racing. Engine lust rebuilt, oldest .. largest discount house
:: 1.: t. .r :f. t. r] new Goodyear racing tires, extra set color drama starring save you more everyday. Just a
,
.
new rain tires. Spare block cam, Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifune. few of the many bargains are sofa
5 HOUSEWIVES NEEDEDCar many spare parts, l trailer. Complete G-E ((103 mins.) bed suits. 2 piece only $69.95, two
& Phone necessary. Choose ;;'\Jtflt ready to race$1750. Ph. 397-2444. twin beds complete $59.95,
working hrs. Good Profit. Fun while HOSPITAL: 'A FINE PAIR' maple
FOR SALE OR RENT bunkbeds complete $51.00,
four
earning new clothes. Ph. 3553296. Color Rock
comedy
House and Apts. Equity VA & FHA 1966 CORVETTE STINGRAY starring piece bedroom suit (dresser,
resales. Low down. Call Powell or Equipped with automatic transmission Hudson and Claudia Cardinale. M mirror, chest, bookcase bed)
Mills, USN Ret. 264-2411. console, factory air conditioning VG ((81 mins.) $59.95 t x Unolelum$4.95, carpet
ORANGE PARK REALTY power steering, power $13.00, 1.3 off on all lazy-boy
HELP WANTED MALE MILITARY FREE NOTARY brakes, radio. Owned by medical recliners,double-size box spring or
I Part-time, 771-8261 after 6 p.m. doctor, extra clean) $2,950. Phone FRIDAY FEBRUARY Inner spring mattress $19.00,
264-2416. student desk$23.95, large selection
HIDDEN WATERS NAS: 'THE PARENT TRAP' of table lamps! $3.95, rollaway
Acres of high, dry wooded home sites. TRAVEL TRAILER Color comedy drama starring beds complete $22.95, oak porch
p.MISCELLANEOUSDO Permanent vacation, retirement. 1969 Concord, 25 ft., Excel. Cond. Self swing $10.95, king size foam set ((2
Mills and Brian
Waterfront & water access. Sensible contained, Sleeps 4. Ph.. p.m. or Hayley Keith. G- box springs, 1 mattress) $69.95, r
prices, low taxes, terms. Blanding weekends 3895234. E (129 mins.) large selection of unfinished
Blvd., 220-B, Rt. 220, let 209 two miles. FRIDAY HOSPITAL: 'HELLIN furniture, metal cabinets and sinksat
LaRue's 725-3992. savings galore. BankAmericard
1966 MUSTANG THE PACIFIC'SATURDAY
YOU WANT TO BE
A DISC JOCKEY? Hardtop,289 V-8, Straight Stick, R&H, or Master Charge welcome.
PLENTY OF FREE
For Information dial 3568351. LAKE SHORE Windshield Washers, white vinyl PARKING
5210 Marlene Ave. 3Br., 1 B, good Interior, bucket seats, safety belts, FEBRUARY 21
location. Either FHA terms or owner leaving states, selling below The BARN
UNIVERSALSewing will carry mortgage with down wholesale at $995. Call 246-0448 for NAS: 'THE UNDEFEATED'
MachinesTen payment $12,500 total. 384-6863. further Info. Color western John
starring SHOP and SAVE!1111!! !
To Sell
Wayne and Rock Hudson. G-VG
.,,.... .. ., OLDSMOBILE New Ii, Locations
Scratched In handling. Makes but (119 mins.)
{(RENTALSORANGE Shop The iARN Nearest
Station Good
Wagon condition. $375.
blind hems,
tonholes fancy designs 771-3211 Ext. 8209. HOSPITAL: 'THE PARENT Yeullft I
monograms. 20 yr. guarantee. 5 yr. TRAP'
I WEST SIDE
'tee service. Reg. prlce-$169. Now $58
cash or (5 mo. 10 day free home trail. PARK YAMAHA 641 Parkview Dr.
R.yfleld Sewing Center 2 B., Apt. turn., 5 mins. to NAS. TV, 1968 Twin Srambler 125cc, On or off SUNDAY FEBRUARY 22 388-9101
6437 Wilson Blvd. 771-5028 linens, utensils optional. Will rent to the Road LIKE NEW $300. Firm. Drive out West Beaver St. Park.
TAD personnel or bachelors. 2646884. Call 264-5163 after 6 p.m. NAS: 'PLANET OF THE view Is only 1 block east of
Edgewood & Beaver.
APES. Color Science fiction .
ORANGE PARK HI SOUTHSIDE
starring Charleton Heston
FOR SALE 2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn. Dish. "CHEVELLE.Excellent 452S Beach Blvd.
condition $300..down. Roddy McDowell and Kim
3 piece dining room set. Table, Break. washer, Carpets, Drapes. Elizabeth Call264.9.co.c. 724-1277
front, Buffet, Walnut finish. '3 piece Apts. 7710405 or 771-3355 Hunter. G-E (112 mins.)
sect. sofa. L. E. Breeding 264-6296 HOSPITAL: THE UN. 113 DOWNTOWN
after 5:30. SUNBEAM ARROW .DEFEATED' till Bread.St.
HOUSE UNFURN. Still under warranty. "5. down take 35J-M26
4587 Shelby Ave. 2BR., Kitchen up payments. Call 2649404.
RIDERS WANTEDOne equipped. $75 per mo. 771-4324.

way to New York City. LeavingFeb. r5 '
27th or S21.Caliafter 8 p.m. ORANGE PARK If a VW salesman tells you it was only driven to churchon

3885869. 3 BR., Brick, Kitchen equipped, utility
room, carport, fenced yard, with dock Sunday by a little old lady from Pasadena,
privileges. Call after 3 p.m. 2645505.
you can believe I him.
AKC DACHSHUND PUPPIES
6 weeks old. 4 males available. Call FOR SALE
3 BR., 2 Bath, Frame House, 2 Air .
after 4 7711264.PUBLIC
p.m.
Cond., Car port,$10,500. Cash 284-3MO '. .,. ; "'>>..
or 2644027. ty,, &eeOUM Voll wog.n iol.im'n or*toughl.not'lo

lie.They
don't how'lo
NOTICE- 2 UNFURN., HOUSES They hove.ih*moil p.nuadw-line! wvopon'In
WANTED Each 3 BR., One with 1 Bath,One with the world
Someone to assume payments on bath& Vz. Stove furn. One Is$115 One The Voltiwogin dtaltr't 100%! guarantM.
(Found only In can thai pan our 1 point In-
SINGER DIALOMATIC SEWING is $130. 103rd. Blanding. Call L. E. ,ipKtion|
MACHINE I In beautiful walnut con Breeding 264-626 after 5:30.: L" \ This limply States' thaI(for 30 days or 1 1000)mite
sole. Must place in area to a reliable whichever cornel finl, II anything conk out that
party. Balance now only $69.20. .i ? wai guaranteed'not'to conk out we'II fa It(...
Phone 353-1946. Day or night ask for :' :" ': ':! : 'n- S And that Include replacement!,pod and labor.
1ASPOTAIISN! j i1; t let of VW taltiimn
nr $ on* our t
credit manager. Will deliver, no Sow you around.
obligation, 1606 Main St. When you. car with the VW I
100% .potd0 on', worry about I
.
Or- r how It worki.
AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast i Just':grow: It looh. : *

NEW and West Coast 3533691. I
RCA and ZENITH STEREOS "E_,
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape t.. .--nw ...................r.4MM A.aM.w.
players. At dealers cost to liquidate L -
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. FOR SALE
1958 Cris craft Cabin Cruiser Twin
GEORGE'S KENNELS Inboard Engines, $3,000.. Cash. 284- 5? YW SQUAIEBACK $2ff5 '7 VW SEDAN $1150

Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand 3860 or 264-4027. Automatic,Air Cond. R Si H Radio.6) Heater White

Grooming delivery. Reasonable Est. 1925, Poodle 5085 67 FORD GALAXIE $1795 M VW SEDAN $100

Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and 500' 2-Door, HT, Loaded, LlkeNewl' Radio & Heater

Edgewood) 389.0064 (.fIIC'EBOI 63 YW SEDAN 5..5 61 VW FAST RACK $1995

Radio h Heater 4 8pd., Air.

AKC GERMAN SHEPARD 44 VW '1500' SEDAN $1095
Pups, Champion lines. Pedigree : 69 VW SEDAN $1100
Terms Avail. 264-2286. ; :3-Door, Radio At Heater. Radio & H...,.

\ 45 YW SEDAN $1100 el VWSQUAREIACK $225

AUTO AC Radio & Heater. Air Cond. R & H.

checked Window units& ,charged Central units for cleaned summer, ELLEN 66 YW SEDAN $1200. 47 FALCON 4 DR. $125

season; Reasonable. Tyler's Heatingand Radio 01 Heater.t Radio & Heater, Auto. Tran.

Palmer Air Conditioning.Ave. 3885161.Lake Shore-4711 isBACK YW FAST RACK $1495 '4 YW SEDAN $95

Radio b Heater Radio fc Heater.

!

Toy, Silver POODLE, male, AKC PUPPY, 7 wks, shots &
wormed. Transfer to West Coast Come Visit and Enjoy WESTSIDE I VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Must sell quite reasonably. 772-0539.
GOOD FOOD AGAIN! ,


: :: : MOBILE: :'HOMES Lm:1i::;;;[:: 103rd & Blandlng Center a 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 711.5511 R>

771-7970 '

PHONE AHEAD OPEN DAILY I TO 6:30 SATURDAY 8 TO .5 SUNDAY I TO 6 PM
JUSTISSTRAILER PARK
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern FOR FASTIX SERVICE
trailer_ and Apts. 3893007.



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I : I" ,1\\ ..... '.1.. 'I Disabled Aircraft Get 'Doc's' Diagnosis I

Jax Usually when a person current medical innoculationsand stricken or repaired and returnedto
has been in an accident of some up-to-date passports- duty. In the past three years
sort, he finds himself getting a travel by the first available only three times have their views
medical evaluation of his injuriesin transportation to any point where. been overruled and this
an emergency room. their services may be needed. because of hidden conditions or
Similarly, when an aircraft Recent travels have included information not available to the
accident occurs, a Planner and numerous countries in Europe, individual P & E.
Estimator( P & E) from a Naval North Africa and South America, Traveling examine damaged
Air Rework Facility visits the as well as the Azores, Ascension aircraft only a small part of the
h 'downed bird', diagnoses its Island and Iceland in the Atlanticarea overall job assignment.Each P &
( condition and determines what and as far west as Yankee E has production planning
Ypt will be required to cure the Station on board various aircraft responsibilities for a specific
t -1 problem and restore the aircraftto carriers in the Pacific area. workload program at NARF and
operational readiness.The NARF Jacksonville is the only must be thoroughly familiar with
Naval Air Rework Facility DOP (Designated Overhaul the various model configurationsof
here has about 85 P & Es, each of Point) for the RA-5C Vigilanteand his assigned aircraft type.
whom contribute directly or local Planners and These P &Es negotiate with the
indirectly to fleet support. estimators go anywhere in the aircraft custodian, or the
Five of these 85 have normal world to examine these and other designated representative, to
working assignments which take aircraft. The five traveling men determine initially the extent of
them around the globe _- boast a total of 30 years of experience rework to be accomplished, to see
sometimes to many remote spotsof in their field. They which technical directives are
SECNAV'S SPECIAL ASSISTANT VISITS NARF James G. the world to examine and examine and evaluate about 165 applicable, and to issue
Woodruff,special assistant the Secretary of the Navy, discusses the evaluate damage on any model of aircraft annually.It production orders authorizing
advantages of an automated data processing system with Cdr. L. I I. aircraft in naval service. is on their recommendationsand accomplishments of the required
Wood, NARF executive officer, and G. D. Barton, supervisory These traveling P & Es are judgements that aircraft work.
programmer for numerically controlled machines. always ready complete with worth millions of dollars may be Other P & Es are assigned
handle plant maintenance
HOLDING, SHARt OF YOUR FUTUREInstant planning, to schedule the
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Although the Planner and
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up membership was Also discussed was the
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members of the Marine Wives wives of all Marines in the customer service contacts for
@lA1P$ Club at their meeting Monday area, posting signs inviting fleet required components and
evening at Building 572. membership, and a program of those who go afield to examine
Suggestions for conducting an phone calls and visits with damaged aircraft, all P & Es are
effective drive were solicited by eligible wives.Refreshments. artists in their trade and are
Marie Slocumb, acting chairmanof were served by equally important to the
the group. Dot lynn, Dorothy Miller, Lorene operation of NARF.
Activities participated in by the Cocciola and Camille Slocumb.
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1- MARTD Sgt. Mai.. Recalls I Iwo Jima Landing of 25 Years Ago I

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Jax--One of the bloodiest here. his famous photo of the flag his four young daughters. Six
chapters In the history of the' Sgt. Maj. Dan L. Hill had just raising.In hours later he left Pearl for
Marine Corps began to unfold 25 turned 17, but had already two the 25 days between the first Vietnam and didn't see his family
years ago today as naval air and years of duty with the Corps Marine going ashore and March again for 13 months.
ship bombardment lifted and behind him as he watched the 16 when the island was declared He received the Bronze Star for
hundreds of leathernecks started initial forces strike out for the D- secure, 24 young Americans his first duty in Vietnam. Subsequently -
ashore at Iwo Jima. Day landings. He recalled in his performed deeds that would win he served with a
A 17-year-old Marine aboard a office this week that he couldn'tsee them the Medal of Honor and Marine aviation unit at Cherry
transport awaiting his turn to the island for the terrific countless other acts fo heroism Point, N.C. before returning to
wade ashore that day a quarter of smoke rising as a result of in- h moved Adm. Chester Nimitz to Vietnam for a second tour last
a century ago is now a sergeant tense bombardment. He watchedthe say 'Uncommon valor was a year.
major with the Marine Air first Marines go ashore. common virtue The sergeant major and his
Reserve Training Detachment The battle for Iwo was on! Hill's days on Iwo ended after family currently live in
Numerous historians have Y the island was secured and he Jacksonville. Hill, who hails
written countless pages of those was in Pearl Harbor at the end of from Orlando, quipped, 'I'm
next bloody days during which the war. looking forward to duty here
over 22,000 Marines were killed A sergeant in 1948, Hill at- after 26 years of trying to get to
or wounded in combat. Official tended Marine Sea school wherehe Florida.;
reports say 4,564 men were killed met Sgt. N. P.Stiles. The pair
in action and another 1,331 later served with the Marine Detach-
died of wounds received during ment aboard the aircraft carrier
the fierce fighting. USS Philippine Sea. Next month
Young Hill was with a recon- Hill will become Sergeant Majorof
naissance company of the 5th MARTD when Stiles retires
R Marine Division that went ashore 'We had been briefed from the Corps.
three days after the first landings that Iwo would be a Iwo Jima hasn't been the only f
'We had initially been combat Sergeant Major Hill has
briefed that Iwo would be a five- five-day operation. seen in his years as a leather

'We couldn't see the day operation, but we knew treatment after hospital ships neck. lie fought through the
things ashore weren't going so took on all the wounded they coldest and most bitter days of
island for the terrific well,' he said. could handle. 'They even,turned the Korean conflict and was
He remembered the wounded awarded a Purple Heart after a
smoke rising.... the officers' mess into a sick bay
coming aboard his -ship- for there were so many wounded hand grenade separated him

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FRA Avxiliiry
b; Y

Marks 23rd YearJax A


The members of the
Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet
Reserve Association Branch and
Unit 91 marked their unit's 23rd

year The last week. g hoc $/ '

one week after the
the 24th year of ks reviewed in this column each week can be found on the
Branch. Several of the NAS Jax and,Cecil Field libraries.
members of the
to REVIEWED: GANG THAT COULDN'T SHOOT j
were present
the occasion. by Jimmy Breslin
OF TIlE NATION by Donald Creesey
Special guests
PAPERS by Peter Maas
were Mr. and
by Mario Puzo !? a H
Bullwinkel. He : .
"
Mrs.regional Bullwinkel president : Marcia Batchelor, NATTC Librarian 0 (

national president the past twelve months cushioned by layers of un-
.
tL ,
of the
Auxiliary of books have been derbosses, lieutenants, and
Apollo 12 crew presents CNO with flag.
Others
on the subject of counselors who carry out the
meeting and crime. This is not a actual racketeering, loan
Eswine, though,Robert F. sharking, gambling, et cetera. Medals for Flag In
president; as Attorney General THE GODFATHER by Mario
Morisette, concerned about the Puzo is a sympathetic novel
chairman. Both reach of organized about a powerful capo. Don
Pentagon CeremonyWashington
Cape Canveral into every area of Corleone is the unquestionedleader
Also helping life. Newspapers and of a large and diverse

celebrate the N have carried reports family. He heads an organizationwhich ,D.C. .The Chief of also awarded Capt. Conrad a
Mrs. Ben
Federal Government's makes and administers its Naval Operations presented the Navy command insignia-for his
president,Liz
investigations into the own law because of the scorn and
president, and three Apollo 12 astronauts with service as commander of the
or Cosa Nostra's contempt the members have for
Wilson Distinguished Service Medals- three-man lunar crew. Also,
Branch 126, activities. governmental law and order. and they presented him with his Capt. Bean was formally
national the first books to cover THE GODFATHER is explicitand personal flag, which had been presented his Navy astronaut'swings

Branch 91, Investigations of the probable. taken to the moon's surface Apollo 12 being his first
Lancaster the Bureau of Narcotics A very improbable and during their December lunar trip into space.
Federal Bureau of In hilarious novel is one by Jimmy
with exploration However it the astronautswho
a was
was Peter Maas' Breslin called THE GANG
Adm. Thomas H, Moorer
sponsoring engineered the surprise of
PAPERS. THAT COULDN'T SHOOT
Morisette decorated Navy astronaut the when they revealedthat
gave ceremony
Valachi, a member of STRAIGHT. A up-start,
young Conrad
Charles
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for over thirty Kid Sally Palumbo tries in buf-
years
Richard Gordon and Alan Bean personal flag as part of
to break his vow of fonn-like style to wrest control
with DSMs at a Pentagonceremony the material they transported to
to recount the inner from the older and wiser Papa earlier this month. He
the moon's Ocean of Storms.
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Ten Little DriversTEN I NATTC : Behind the Scene I IEns.

Little Drivers, cruising down the line;
One had a heavy foot and then there were nine.
(Speed limits are set for your safety.)

Floyd J. Dunaway and his printed in Vietnamese and the Leadership School Class 70A
NINE Little Drivers, the hour was getting late; wife, Judith Ann, had a proud chief is not sure what it says graduated Feb. 6 and AEAN
One dozed a moment,and then there were eight.A moment in Capt. J. E. Kennedy'soffice about him. Phillip F. Carter of VA-174 was
( tired driver is a dangerous driver.) Wednesday as Dunawaywas Reenlistment named Honorman in the class of

given the oath of appointment PHI Thomas D. McManus put 15 students with an average of
EIGHT Little Drivers,and the evening seemed like heaven an ensign in the
; as down his camera long enough to 91.41. Capt. Kennedy presentedthe
One showed his driving skill,and then there were seven. Medical Service Corps. raise his right hand Thursdayand diplomas.
(Drive sensibly and sanely at all times. A car Dunaway won't be serving longin took the oath of reenlistmentfor Congratulations are extendedto
is no place for a clown) his new rank here at NATTC, four more years. Aviation Ordnance Class 945.

however. He is being transferredto 'Mac' has been here since They made Honor Class once,
SEVEN Little Drivers, their lives were full of kicks; the U. S. School of Hospital November 1966 when he reported then again and again. Now they
One bought a bottle and then there were six. Administration, Bethesda, Md., from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He have made it a fourth time. No
(Gasoline and alcohol are a deadly mix: Don't drink for four weeks of indoctrination.From is a veteran of seven years. easy task in the difficult school.
when you drive.) there he will go to the

Naval Hospital, St. Albans, Long
SIX Little Drivers, impatient to arrive; Island, N. Y., which is about 100
One jumped a traffic light,and then there were five. miles from his hometown of New
(Don't gamble years of your life to save a few seconds.) Britain, Conn.

The new ensign had been attached *
FIVE Little Drivers, wheeling near the shore; to the NATTC Dispensarysince
One viewed the scenery, and then there were four. reporting to this commanda atR 6 '
(Careful driving demands alertness at all times.) year and nine months ago. He fR0IMq ..

was formerly assigned to VF-103,
FOUR Little Drivers, happy as could be; NAS Oceana, Va.
One passed upon a hill and then there were three. Among the medals he will pinon
(Never pass another car when your vision is obscured.) his new uniform are the Navy

Unit Commendation ,
THREE Little Drivers were busy, it Is true; Presidential Unit Com- rrr ,
One neglected car repairs,and then there were two. mendation, and the Vietnam and
(For safety's sake,always keep your car in top American Campaign Medals.
condition.)
Navy Achievement Medal

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scheduled 36-hotet of qualifying playoffs last Thursday quintet dkb't hare any trouble
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Tournament March 4-6. This MARINE BARRACKS 57,
annual event on the Jax links will MARTD 55: This was a see-saw
attract nearly 100 golfers from battle all night as the two Sailing Meet
six states battling for team and leatherneck clubs went at it ai')
individual honors over 54-holes of the way. The Barracks quintet Jax-Rory Sturm, Dusty a a
tournament golf. finally edged out the win to keep Rhodes, and Capt. Dan Herlong
Following Brittle in the battleto first place in the National Leaguein all captured a first place in their 69 FIREIIRD $2695
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