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Creation Date: February 26, 1970
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military department. The appearam of advertisements In \this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised

VOL. 27 NO. 47 u. NAVAL AIR;/ STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA FEBRUARY 26, 1970 '
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finishing touches being completed Jax-Jacksonville area chiefs,
their wives, and guests formally
,
.yrgr ; wy ax h'"tl'r invited for the occasion, will take

+rn :; a ,"LB i NvP Ne part in the official opening of the :

new Chief Petty Officers Mess
(Open) here March 5. '

SKCM John Kemp, president of I
the CPO Advisory Group said, '

'All active duty and retired E-7,
E-8, and E-9 personnel who
normally are eligible to visit the

.- club, are invited to attend the
official opening.'

Kemp said that an open houseis
planned at a later date so that
area CPOs can invite guests to
see the new club facility.
...
Among the civilian and
military dignitaries who have
been extended official invitationsto

attend the 8 p.m. opening are
I+ RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr.,
commander Fleet Air
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': ....H ;" 'n..i' .; Jacksonville, and Jacksonville
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.. 4 Mayor Hans Tanzler Jr.

; ..,, ':._,...- .... ... : ', ,-, The sergeant major of the
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I- ." .-........ M ,-_-.". .-- ;q. __- : '''- lit..."" ... M j Marine Corps, and the master

,. HERE IT IS.-The final product chief petty officers of the Navy
and of the Atlantic Fleet have
as seen from the air proves tobe
; .' also been extended invitations to
",. "
: worth the long wait by the air
< < .,\ 'r/ ..
: ''' in the celebration.
'' join opening
; : .-. :$: "' : : s. station's top rated personnel.
I .. .. Chief will
Kemp serve as
'" ,
-.:...j, ,"' Complete with beautiful landscaping
master of ceremonies for the
a back-drop of the golf
and members of the
opening
course, a lighted drive-way and
club's and their
parking lot,the new CPO club is a advisory group
wives will hosts and
serve as
new sight for station personnel.
hostesses. The CommanderFleet
Inside, the'alr-'alr-'ctfnditWhed is
Air Jacksonville Band will
spacious and elegant. This
music for the affair.
provide
cocktail lounge is just one of the
the features of the
facets for patrons to enjoy Among
{ft.':' .___ many year-round. $443,435 club building are
r terraces three sides and
on a stag
,_ E M
.. 1:"......I S S 5Sa R "/ N4'P bar patio. The air conditioned
... m .:.'. (,......
,
". Scouting facility has a stag bar, package
I store and cocktail lounge. The

_. main club area is equipped with
--,' I : folding partitions which will

:<< BanquetTonight allow for' separate areas for
:
I ,1 dining, parties and other functions -
of smaller groups.
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\ The new club is the first
building to be designed and built
Jax The highest Cub Scout specifically as a CPO club. In
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I i award the Webelos Arrow of years past the CPO Mess has

.l .. : I Light-will be presented to Terry been housed in a converted
Bradbery, son of Senior Chief and barracks.

Mrs. Bobby J. Bradberry at Club manger Chuck Fuller said
the Cub Scout Blue and Gold the new club will enable the

Banquet at Galley One tonight. management to better serve its

John Darby, Boy Scout District patrons, while offering a greater
Round-Table counselor, will number of activiities.

Computer Receives TransferJax make the presentation at the 7

p.m. meeting which salutes 40 EM Club Opens
years of Cub Scouting and 60

After serving the Navy Fleet Intelligence Center, U. S. mally turned off and packaged to years of Boy Scouting.
for eight years as a part of the Naval Forces, Europe, an IBM be sent to Puget Sound Naval Cub Master Tom Young will Bldg 3 Branch
data processing equipment of 1410 digital computer was for Shipyard make additional awards at the
In a ceremony held in the Data affair, which includes supper and Jax The renovation of the
1 S Processing Department of several skits performed by the Blue Jacket's Inn is in full swing

-" FICEUR, Capt. W. V. Moore, scouts. and for the comfort of enlisted
eat S'aa commanding officer, threw the Other boys receiving honors patrons and the expediency of

switch which cut the power to the include: Charles Kinnel, Scholar construction the club will close
1410 computer and turned Badge, Lee Albritton and James Monday.

operations over to the com Widick, Denner Badge; David However, station enlisteds will
smN mand's newly acquired IBM 360- Goslin, Assistant Denner; David not be without a club for the
40 digital computer system. Wilharm, Scott Dickey and John duration of the remodeling

FICEUR has been a leader in Bowler, Wolf Badges; Richard process. The air station's commanding
the automated data processingfield Lagdon, Bear Badge and officer has arranged to
since mid-1960 when an ONI- Webelos. have all the facilities of the club
IBM feasibility team arrived on Committee chairmen David moved to Bldg. 3 gymnasiumuntil
board at Port Lyautey, Morocco, Elliott and Ginney McCarthy will the construction on the BJI
ri which was then the home of the receive one-year pins. has been completed.The .
Intelligence Center.In Cub Scouts of Pact 251 en- new location will open at 3
agreement with the findingsof courage all boys between eight p.m. Monday and patrons will
the team the first electric and 10 to bring their parents and have all the services of the old

accounting machine equipmentwas attend the next meeting club plus the music of The
installed in October of the scheduled March 26 at 7 p.m. in Autoharps for the opening night

I, same year. Building 726.A'F dance.A .
With the help of this additional snack bar, package store, ,
equipment and an eye to the (, Crow's Nest, pool tables and two
COMPUTER RETIRES. After eight years of service the 1410>> IBM future of the intelligence community color television sets will add to

turned off by Capt. W. V. Moore,. FIECUR skipper, as Lto R W01 FICEUR personnel Oia 1Ja1p the enjoyment of EMs and their

Harold T. Hugghins, DPCS Lawrence R. Muller and Cdr. Leonard E. (Cont. Page 2)) (See Pages 12 and 13)) guests at the temporary location.New .
Tillerson,stand by to operate the new IBM 360-40. <

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attract the defense service people with ability, dedication, and Air Station

the capacity for growth.

SUNDAY MASS 9&lla.m.

DAILYMASS 11:30a.m.:

'Confessions will be heard

Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and from

5 to 5:45: p.m.'


., .J Naval HospitalSUNDAY
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PROJECT WELCOME ABOARD ... Jax Navy Wives Club of

America hosted Vietnam veterans recouperating in the Naval SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.

Hospital. The veterans enloyed a pot luck dinner followed by Bldg. 500
relaxation and games along with a drawing for door prizes to round

out evening. This is a part of the socials and get-togethers plannedby PROTESTANTNaval
the wives club to make veterans more at home while in the hospital.

Hospital


That is part of the statement made last August in Philadelphia by JIt J J SUNDAY WORSHIP 10 a.m.SERVICES

Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird when he addressed the Veterans of

Foreign Wars convention. He emphasized that 'People are our most Naval Air StationSunday
important asset' and outlined a program he called Human Goals. He The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves week-day meals as follows:
listed five to attain the Human Goals. The beginning statement
ways breakfast 4 a.m. to 7:30: a.m.dinner 11 '.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to
above is the first one he listed. 5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. $51, serves breakfast 5:30 '.m. to 7 a.m. Church School 9 a.m.
Secretary Laird believes most young men entering the military are dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. supper 5:00: p.m. to iIS.: Both Dining halli observe Junior Church 10 a.m.

well educated and highly motivated, full of ambition and full of 1:30 a.m.the;same brunch hours f:30 on a.m.weekends to 12:30: p.m..nd and holidays supper: early.


energy. Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 Bldg.750
cents dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for 50 cents.
'We must see that the treatment they receive does not frustrate their Episcopal Communion 8:30: a.m.

ambitions or waste their energies,' he said.A Bldg.750
Breakfast Dinner Supper
characteristic of all mammoth organizations is the ease with
Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
which one can get lost in the crowd, forgotten and ignored.If Bldg. 722
Friday, Feb.27 Oyster Stew
Human Goals are to be achieved, if the attractiveness of a careerin Hot Grits Pepper Pot Soup Fried Fish Platter
Eggs to Oder Baked Chicken and Rice
Defense is to be brought out, then the serviceman or the civilian Home Potatoes Creole Scallops Macaroni au Gratin TuesdaySenior
Fried Stewed Tomatoes -
employee must feel the,highest pride in himself and his work. Grilled Ham Slices Tossed Green Rice Okra Choir Rehearsal 5 p.m.
Sugar Rolls Buttered Asparagus Buttered Brussels Bldg. 750
The Secretary of Defense believes it can be done. He offers these Yellow Cake Sprouts ThursdayChristian

guidelines: Baked Cherry Rice
Pudding Science Service 8 p.m.
'We must show them that loyalty and respect among military

ranks are a mutual, not a one-sided relationship extending down- Saturday, Feb.28 NATTCDivineWorship I
ward as well as upward. We must cultivate and train these young men Hot Farina Vegetable Soup Bean SoupSouthern
for leadership. We must provide them with personalized career Eggs to Order Grilled Frankfurters Fried ChickenHot lZ p.m.
Griddle Cakes French Fried Potatoes Cream Gravy
development. Above all must make them feel Bldg. 500
we they are important Baked Beef Hash Boston Baked Beans Mashed Potatoes
people doing important jobs. (AFPS) Cake Doughnuts Ice Cream Cups Creole Summer Squash Evening Worship 6p.m.
Buttered Lima Beans Bldg. 500


Chaplain's Message Sunday,March 1
Hot Oatmeal Chicken Noodle Soup Split Pea Soup
Eggs to Order Baked Ham Macaroni Grilled Beef Steaks '\
French Toast and Mushroom Gravy
Fakes Don't Make ItIf Grilled Sausage Patties Tomatoes Baked Potatoes Traffic
Raisin Rolls Mashed Potatoes Buttered Wax Beans
Buttered Green Peas Club SpinachIce
Ice Cream Cups

we were Involved, In the dating game, many timeswe ViolationsThe

would be putting on great, award-deserving, acts.

Even the use of garments, cosmetics, etc., are, to Grits Vegetable Monday Soup,March 2 Chicken Noodle Soup following is a report of

deceive, although some might argue this Is to accentuate Eggs to Order Beef Pot Pie or Grilled Hamburgers motor vehicle accidents and
Feach Hot Cakes"
Shrimp Curry Cheeseburgers
beauty, but it's still deception. Bro"d'! Bacon Slices Steamed Rice French Fries traffic violations for the period
ClTamon Rolls Buttered Brusscl Sprouts Italian Baked Beans Feb. 10 through 16.
Television had a program where we heard 'Would the Spice Cake Cranberry Crunch

real John Doe please stand up?' We can put on, fake, act Number of Accidents

out, snow job, smoke screen many people, but some Tuesday,March 3 .

day Christ is going to call our name, and the real, Hot Oatmeal Creole Soup Beef Barley Soup This week 5
Eggs to Order Oven Roast of Veal Beef Stroganoff
completely exposed, 'us' is going to have to stand up. French Toast Natural Gravy Hash Brown Potatoes Total accidents this year throughFeb.

Every good and mean thing we have done, every word Eaked Sausage Patties Mashed Potatoes Frozen Buttered VegetablesFruit Mixed Fresh 16 38
Bear Claws Buttered Green Beans
we have uttered past our lips, every path we have trod, Gelatin Harvard Beets Number of accidents through

and every thought-even every thought?-..Yes, February 1969 52
every Wednesday,March 4 Total number of days since last
thought...and the real us will be standing, on our past. injury in a motor vehicle accident -
Hot Farina Knickerbocker Soup Onion Soup
Eggs to Order Virginia Baked Ham Roast Beef au Jus 18
French Toast Pineapple Raisin Sauce Natural Gravy
Baked Sausage Patties Steamed Sweet Mashed Potatoes Number of Violations
Cake Doughnuts Potatoes Buttered Lima Beans
Black,eye Peas Devil Food Cake This week
JTAX AIR NEWSThe Ice Cream Sundies 45
Speeding 6

Thursday,March 5 Reckless driving 0
Hot Grits Tomato Vegetable Soup Chicken Rice Soup Going through stop sign 4
Bacon Omelet Oven Fried Chicken Barbecued Beef
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Griddle Cakes Mashed Potatoes Shoe String Potatoes Other violations 35
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Deep Fried Fish O'Brien Squash Simmered Kidney

Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Portions Beans Twenty drivers appeared

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. NAS Feb. 19. Disposition of the
Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before publication. News Computer Retires (Continued) cases included the following:

items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone 772-3118 or Twelve lost driving and

3119. parking privileges aboard station
commenced development of a Station, the 1410 computer had for various
periods
seven were
Advertisements solicited the formatted file system in become an integral part of the ;
are by publisher and queries assigned to complete an eight-
concerning such should be directed, to: February of 1962 and updated command. Today,'with the IBM hour course in remedial driving
;
version of this same type systemis 360-40
system operational and the eight received four
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY still in common usage 1410 underway to its new home, were given warnings suspensions six;

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 throughout the Department of personnel atFICEUR are testing dismissed; six were fined; (were U.S.
Defense the 360 formatted file
Telephone 388.2755 system Commissioner); and four were
By February of 1964 when the which will be employed in the referred to their commandingofficer
Fleet Intelligence Center com future and will mark another
VOL. 27 NO. 47 FEBRUARY26,1970 for possible disciplinary
pleted moving to its present homeat milestone in data processing action. Fourteen drivers
were
Jacksonville Naval Air history for FICEUR.
assessed, 35 traffic points.

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Civilian Applications SoughtTo iTJjiflirR 1



Complete Position RegisterJaxSolicitation


of ap- Mechanical Engineering Also, 167.69 Supply Data r
plications for positions listed Technician GS-7,8 and 9 (Ground Assistant GS-6, 168-69 Super-
below is for the purpose of Support), 141.69 Mechanical visory Clerk GS-5, 169-69 Graphic
establishing registers of eligible Engineering Technician (Jet Arts Mechanic, 170-69 Clerk GS-5, ,
candidates for future con- Engine) GS-7, 8 and 9, 142-69 171-69 Power Plant Controlman, fl
sideration and does not indicate Instrument Mechanic (General}), 172-69 Inspector (Metals) A, 173- : ,,'
that there are existing vacanciesin 143-69 Aircraft Painting Worker, 69 Electric Accounting Machine : ..,....... .'''J'
the positions 145-69 Electrician 146.69 Supervisor GS-4, 176-69 Sales
Applications for the positions in Superisory Supply ,Clerk GS-4, Store Checker GS-3, 2.70 Ship- '.
the following group will be accepted 147-69 Military Personnel Clerk ment Clerk (Typing) GS-5, 5.70 '
from career or career- (Typing) GS-5, 149.69 Super- Toolmaker, 6.70 Inspector
conditional employees of the air visory Military Personnel Clerk (Metals) B, 11.70 Shipment Clerk
station, Rework Facility, (Typing) GS-5, 152-69 Aircraft HHG (Typing) GS-4, 12.70
Reserve Training Unit, Elec- Engine Mechanic, 153-69 Air- Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-6, :
tronics Training Unit, Fleet frames Mechanic, and 154-69 14-70 Voucher Examiner .
Intelligence, Commissary, Computer Operator GS-4. (Typing) GS-4, 16.70 Fiscal : ::2 :
Hospital, Recruiting Station, Also, 155.69 Instrument Accounting Clerk GS-4, 19-70 w
Storage Management Office, Mechanic (Electronic), 156-69 Plastics and Fiberglas Worker, N
Disease Vector Control Fleet Aircraft Metals Worker 157-69 and 21.70 Transportation Loss &
Weather, Surplus Sales Office Aircraft Examiner (Aircraft Damage Claims Examiner, GS-6. .rr
and Navy Finance. Electrician), 158-69 Welder, 159- Applications Forms 171 for
MBP 79-69 Electronics 69 Aircraft Examiner'(Airframes these positions should be filed
Mechanic, 80-69 Aircraft Mechanic), 160-69 Supervisory with Civilian Personnel Dept. CONGRATULATIONS HONEYI! The newest lieutenant com-
Elecronics Worker, 81-69 Ac- Supply Clerk GS-5, 161-69 Cash Box 22, NAS Jax, Fla. 32212. manderatthe Naval Hospital is Mrs. Carole Ann Young. She receivedher
counts Maintenance Clerk GS-4, Clerk GS-4, 162-69 Supply Clerk Further information regardingthese gold oak leaves from her husband, Cdr. David Young, during her
82.69 Planner & Estimator GS-4, 165-69 Inspector (Household positions is available from promotion ceremony. Capt. C.W. Lewis, Jr., commanding officer of
(Public Works Structures), 83-59 Goods Shipment), 166.69 bulletins or announcements or at the hospital was at the ceremony and offered his ctnf refutations.
Aircraft Istrument Mechanic, Engineman (Locomotive). Ext. 2320
84-69 Aircraft Instrument L
Worker, 85-69 Aircraft Elec-
trician, 86-69 Clerk (StenographyGS3
and 4, 87-69 Clerk (Typist)
GS-2, 3, and 4, 88-69 Electronics
. Mechanic (Aircraft Systems), 89- i,.. r .' -
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69 Electronics Mechanic ",,,,.' ", ._. ," '',' :.; j ;"I. ,j;, '.,.\IiI\',:' "!,...'.:: .
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(Maintenance), 90-69 Machinist, :;;I, ''I i';) .r,' ,,: .' '.I I '
and 91-69 Aircraft Electrical '
Worker. .:" : ;:
.
Also, 92-69 Planner & : '
Estimator (Public Works r Wre gonl1.a l :
Electrical Systems), 93-69 Industrial puttheWestsideonTV ,
1 Tractor Operator, 94-69 :
Apprentice (First Year)' 96-69
Statistical Assistant GS-5, 97-69 '
Accounting Technician GS-4, 101-
:
69 Aircraft Metal smith, 102-69 .r
Automotive Mechanic (Body & .
:
Fender), 103-69 Clerk-Dictating : : ':' Y'l:
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Machine Transcriber GS-4 1 j. g ,'
105 4)):' : ', IjI r' .I*: \ \ ,'

-69 Secretary Punch Operator(Steno) GS-2 GS5,10769Card ,and 3, >;; ", :(/.:,;':.:' /?," :'>:

108-69 Messenger GS-2 and 3,11069 1"' r I '." <{,t ,I:f I',,:,> r I,' :' I,
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Production Controller GS-7 ""'-:' I I, I b
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111-69 Planner and Estimator

(Sheetmetal Worker), 112.69 ... .
Electrical Accounting Machine 'P' "':.'. '," '. "' [
Operator GS-3, 114-69 Electrical .' .: .","
Accounting Machine OperatorGs3 ", ,. ,
.,
114-69 Pipecoverer and .: ,
Insulator'and 115-69 Plasterer. ", f",
Also, 117-69 Sheetmetal
Worker, 118-69 Refrigeration and We interrupt this announce- li' y ; ,

Air 69 Military Conditioning Personnel Mechanic Clerk,GS-4 119-, ment to bring you a special program: I ,

121-69 Boiler Tender, 122-69 You! If you live or work in our Westside / h I

Plumber, 124-69 Assistant Meat neighborhood, we invite you to see how j d 1 I
Cutter, 125-69 Laborer Cleaner, I
126-69 Mess Attendant, 128-69 look oft TV with any one of our three ,,.,

Aircraft Secretary Instrument(Steno) GS-4 Mechanic, 129-69 new drive-in television windows. (You \ j,

(Electronic), 130-69 Automotive don't even have to be one of our customers). ti

Equipment Serviceman, 131-69 And bring the whole family along. '! '''.
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Clerk GS-2 and 3, 132-69 Com-
puter Operator GS-5, 133.69 Because we've made several improvements '..., _i' I .

Sotckman, and 136-69 Data around our bank, and we want everybody '-.:...... _- ( P .IJ d.. 1 li

Operator Communciations Equipment to know about them. Today we have a grand ,", a .. ?

Also, 137-69 Management total of seven drive-in teller windows, and that's sure

Technician Teletypist GS-5 GS-5, 139-69 140-69 to speed things up. We've built a bigger, better organized .

parking area. And we made a major addition to our building which

allowed us to expand our Installment.. Loan Department, providing larger and

,, i'.o--- ';"- more private facilities. Banking at theY

-: r Westside Atlantic will be quicker

/rf J. (' l ;-// ,1', and more convenient now. Andt

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Naval Supply Corps Celebrates 175th



M
The forerunner of today's Supply Corps insignia was the cornucopia, or horn of
plenty, and it became the mark of the supply specialist in 1830. The use of live oak
uniform symbol that has, i.n one formor
leaves and acorns as a decoration of the Navy
another, carried over into today's missile age-was also Introduced the same year.In .
1841,however,the strip of live oak leaves and acorns replaced the cornucopia on the
collar of the full dress coat. Reason for the oak leaf as a symbol for the Supply Corps is
lost somewhere in naval history. One explanation suggests that oak was once the main
.. source of building our early fleet. Another points out that the oak tree has been a constant -
symbol of strength and sturdiness. In either case, the oak leaf is the standard of
the remarkably young and robust logistical support arm of the U.S. Navy.

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Jax Active duty and retired attend the event along with officers Kenneth Wheeler, vice com democracy, then Congress The federal legislation that had
Navy Supply Corps officers from from NAS Cecil Field, mander Naval Supply Systems created the post of Purveyor of authorized the building of those
three local naval installationswill Naval Station Mayport, and a Command Headquarters, and Public Supplies. Tench Francis, ships had specified that 'there
be at the air station Saturdayfor group of Reserve officers from former supply officer of NAS the first appointee to that positionand shall be one purser of warrant
celebrations commemoratingthe Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville. the prototype of the Supply officer rank aboard each ship
Corps' 175th anniversary. The celebration will feature The Navy Supply Corps, Corps Officer, was responsiblefor The purser's task was to main--
NAS Supply Officer, Capt. E.A. dancing, with music provided by 'Business Managers of the Navy,' providing material support to tain adequate supplies aboard
Grinstead, and other Jackson- the ComFairJax Band, and the trace their history back to 1795, in the six wooden frigates that ship, supported by purchases
viDe Supply Corp members will guest of honor will be RAdm. the early years of our comprised our infant Navy. (Continued Next Page)



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from vendors ashore ''fhus the '
ashore and afloat support d})
responsibilities, combined in '
today's SupplyCorps officers, : .
t
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were created.In .' 1 I ,
the past 175 years, the Corps n
has pioneered in developing :j :
techniques which have permittedour b"L F lit 1lt 1t l l _
Navy to sustain operationsever L--.
since the beginning of the

19th Century. They have insured f.:.... '-
that our naval presence can be
felt whenever and wherever it L,...
may be needed.
One of the earliest of these I
innovations was the first
resupply of a Navy vessel at sea 4 I r
during the Blockade of Tripoli in ic'
1804. Fresh provisions for the
blockading squadron were
transported by the ketch In
trepid. This was the forerunner of
today's sophisticated transfer-at-
sea methods of the service forces .
which sustain our Nation's
warships at sea.
Since that time the Supply
Corps has played a leading role in
establishing the general stores
and central messing systems, in
modernizing the Navy's accounting -
methods and Back in the good old days of 1925, the Navy Commissary Store delivery to the nearby communities,where Navy families resided.
operations, and publishing the provided a service that was expected of them in those days of limited Today there are 90 main and branch Navy Commissary Stores in
first standard stock catalogs.The personal transportation. The store made home deliveries for customer operation around the world, with fiscal 1969 sales of over $299 million I
past fifteen years have convenience. Standing in the parking area, the store's delivery truckis No longer the 'little country store' of 1925, today's commisary storesare
seen the Corps take the lead in stacked to the roof with basket orders of merchandise awaitingThe modern food supermarkets.
adapting computers and advanced
business management Supply Corps officer may of Chief of Naval Material and in
techniques to military support be stationed anywhere in the all major fleet commands.
problems. Today.Inventory world, for there is hardly a Regardless of where he serves,
Control Points, Stock Points command of consequence where the Supply Corps officer's basic eBob's> Oak Hill
ashore, and ships at sea are his services are.not utilized responsibility is to ensure the
linked together by a computer from the Antarctic Support logistical support of the operating
network, providing an integrated Forces to the Pacific Missile forces to meet what Adm. Pure Service CenterOpen
supply system to meet the Range.Heavily involved in broad Alfred Mahan called'..the urgent
demands of our naval forces. logistical planning, he serves on necessity of possessing tools for convenience 6 a.m. 10
Throughout our naval history, Joint Staffs, at the Office of Chiefof wholly fit for the work which your p.m.
the Supply Corps has proved Naval Operations at the Office warships are called upon to do.'
itself a vital part of the Navy's road service pick up & delivery

operations. During the World mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars
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During and after World War II,
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The Supply Corps has kept pace
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Scouts and'' Sailors Ready to 1: :; RJy'- -




Make' Good Turn Day a Success



Jax The North'Florida Boy y&84 !i
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Scouts are set to tackle their ? ,rr Ara, .xS a! h
Good Turn Day project for 1970
and provide work for hundreds of
T9 workers connected with the
Jacksonville Goodwill Industries.

The annual project of collecting
clothing and household items will
kick-off Saturday, March 7 when
the Boy Scouts will spread
throughout North Florida and
leave empty bags on the porchesof
hundreds of homes.

i One week later the Scouts will

return and pick up the bags, B+>Y b ,.F rf ,
hopefully filled with items that
Goodwill can use for repairingand .'u
sale.

HOUSEHOLQ ITEMS .- The Scouts will also be glad to pick up .
This the scouts ask that I tLET'S
household items such as coffee pots, I lamps, pictures and dozens of year
the bags be placed on the steps
other small andrepairable goodsthat can provide hours of work for the and porches even earlier than the FILL IT UP -. Is what Goodwill Worker of the Year Martha
handicapped workers of Goodwill. usual 9 a.m. pickup time as they Me Kenny says as she shows the large, room that will contain the over
want to get an early start. 20,000 bags distributed March 7 by the Boy Scouts on their annual I Good
Turn Day in North Florida counties.

The goal in 1970 is to fill 22,000
bags. In 1969 the scouts collected
20,010 bags and returned them to
500ff the Lenox Ave. headquarters of
Goodwill where the sailors took
over. This year again 150 sailorsare
volunteering their time and
at Sheratonon muscle to unload the bags and fill
the warehouse-size room. Each
bag will provide Goodwill han-
dicapped workers with four hours

weekends work. ri'IUNLOAD!


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on Friday,Saturday,and Sunday STERNDRIVES

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need is your ID. receive a bag of clothing that will be picked.up in next week's Good
1i7 .r b1i Turn drive for --
Day the'Goodwill.
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I: Medical Personnel Work Round-the-Clock for Health


Jax .. Ship and aircraft members on an out-patient basis. staffing and intensive care
-- i1n maintenance crews work con- Selected dependents may also facilites, the Dispensary often
> stantly each day to ensure that receive medical care by requires assistance from the
Fleet equipment is always in arranging an appointment. Naval Hospital which, Capt.
finest working order. Equally, if Under the direction of Capt. Gray says, provides outstanding
1 s f4 I not more essential to the Navy's Oscar Gray, Jr., medical officer, support to othe NAS Medical
1 effectiveness than the conditionof the 15 officers and 51 enlistedmen Department.
its equipment is the health of on full and part-time duty Physical examinations form
its members. Only by employingthe provide round-the-clock medical one of the biggest elements of the
highest standards of health services to personnel from 21 Medical Department's service.
and sanitation among its per- local units and commands. In About 700 exams are performedeach
"ti1r sonnel the Navy able to com- addition to serving routine sick month for purposes ranging
pletely fulfill its mission of call patients, the Medical from annual and release
national defense. Department is equipped to examinations to qualifying
For the staff of the NAS handle emergency cases, and is examinations for service
Dispensary, the task of supporting often called upon to provide a academies and special
good health is a 24 hour flight pilot for search-and-iescue programs.A .
.' missions.To clinical laboratory staffed by
f ::. I job.Located on Ranger St. between meet these particular needs, specially trained Hospital Corps
: Saratoga and Enterprise, the the Dispensary has two technicians works in cooperationwith
: 4/ ambulances and Naval to
44 in metropolitan the Hospital per-
Dispensary building nas peen
,.L operation since 1941,housing both one field ambulance which can be forma wide variety of diagnostictests.
A the Medical and Dental Depart- dispatched to an emergency Other specialists operatethe
ments. An allied medical ser, location on immediate notice. X-Ray, pharmacy supply,
\ vice, the Disease Vector Control Depending on the severity of the electro-cardiogram, aviation
Center, is also headquarteredthere. injury or illness, emergency examination, sanitation and
patients are treated at either the administrative divisions of the
Originally designed for Dispensary or the Naval Medical Department. Providing
\:: treatment of in-patients, it now Hospital.
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medical support to the flying Dispensary sick call in the monthof supervise the safety of working ----
squadrons is one of the Depart-- January 1970. conditions. The Civilian ..... ,' 'I
ment's primary duties, and Another responsibility of the Dispensary also ministers ,
qualified staff flight surgeons Medical Department is the preventive medicine, and con
complete this requirement. supervision of sanitation prac- duct periodic examinations, ,
Preventive medicine is another tices aboard the air station. tuberculosis tests, and chest X*
important feature of the Dispensary staff members Rays for civil service workers.In .
Dispensary. Last month more conduct semi-annual courses in recent year, the NAS .-"".' .
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than 550 immunizations ::-- .JIIf
were sanitation and food handling to Dispensary has undergone a ez 1
administered, and the pharmacy acquaint new Food Service variety of changes and im y T \
reportedly filled 2,466 personnel with the cleanliness provements. One of these was the
prescriptions during that same procedures they should observe installation of individual
period. when preparing meals.A examining rooms, including a '
Capt. Gray states that sick call civilian annex of the NAS space for examining Waves. ( ; '
procedures provide Corpsmenwith Medical Department is located in Women personnel may now at-
a profficient background of the NARF complex. It is designedto tend sick call at the air station i if
experience which prepares themto provide civil service workers instead of reporting to the Naval
serve with less supervision to with medical care for job-related Hospital for treatment. The interior -
Marines and Navymen stationedin injuries or illnesses. It is staffedby of the Dispensary has been
Vietnam battle zones. a doctor, a nurse, three gradually streamlined and
Statistics reveal that 4,029 Corpsmen and an industrial modernized, and Capt. Gray says
patients were treated at hygienist, whose job is to that more changes, including
exterior renovation, are being \ \
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ASSEMBLY EVANGEL OF GOD FRIDAY, FEB. 27th 7 :3.S.

5714 Ramon Blvd. 781-9393

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP IOMS A.M.

KING HALL JAX NAS

hurray Shelley Is .

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Lirfest .Guest Speaker Door Prizes .. .. n' ;:t ,, : ,

Sales Reirtsertdhre ,:
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Each year, your credit union holds its annual membership meeting. The purpose of this '.1'.., '" .
meeting to hear reports from the officials and to give the members the opportunity to ex i
press opinions about the operation of their credit union. .It. '
Each member or share holder has one vote,regardless of the amount of shares held.It Is a t.'r; ,II
member's right and obligation to attend this meeting and vote for the member he feels, can best .,.', ( L ,
represent him on the Board Directors and Credit Committee. 4: # of '
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Anyone needing information {
regarding buying, selling or N JAX FEDERAL '

trading new or used mobile .
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homes, contact him at Mobile JAX NAS BLDG. 39 &I CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26
Or a" U Tel. 771-3211, Ext. 215
Tel. 384-1391 or Base Ext. 2431Hours
Homes Brokers, 5887 Roosevelt L MonFri. 9 30.4 30 c, Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30-3:00: :
Blvd. Ph. 3884618. (Ad v )
NATTC BLDG 501 I Tel. 772-2448 Hon.. Wed., and Fri. 10 AH tit 2 PHFEBRUARY26,1970 r



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VP-5 Mad Foxes Life of SailorHollywood


I Off On Sicilian TourJax TypeJax


'What Am I Bid?', a film
-The Foxes Den in Hangar deployment to Puerto Rico for for and about Navy people, will
1000 is empty this week following Operation Springboard, the lr V I M be shown at the Mainside and
Patrol Squadron's Five's squadron was required to exchange Hospital theatres tomorrow night
departure for Naval Air Facility, all of its aircraft for and .
Saturday.This
Sigonella, Sicily. newer models. This change was r' LI xt motion picture is fully

This is the squadron's first necessary to give Patron Five the E supported by the Armed Forces,
deployment to Sigonella since increased capabilities required \ e and was filmed with cooperation
they transitioned to P-3A Orionsin for operations in the ftt from the Navy Department. It is
1966. The Mad Foxes will Mediterranean.This ft\ rated 'good' for general
,
relieve VP-44, home ported at will be the first extended ',, ( audiences, and stars Leroy Van
';<
Patuxent River, Md. deployment for the new top Fox, ''fc '-f-,:,ii.iojIo,. "" .' Dyke and Kristin Nelson, plus
It has been a short and hectic Cdr; R.T.Thomas. The skipper is .j, special guest stars, Al Hirt and
four months for VP-5 since they anxious to put to use the training ,
t t Faron Young.
returned last October from recently experienced at a most ; 4, The plot centers around a Navy
Bermuda. In addition to a short successful Operation who after dischargedfrom
man, being
Springboard. jf:1:, .... '. the service, makes a successful -
i I "I living as a country -

Y 1/. ',("1IA' {;,' western singer.
j Former crewmembers of the
.t ,:\ ;i,,
.' 'L.' :".:., J USS KITTY HAWK may
BONUS FOR FOUR .. Sgt. Ray D. McEntyre Jr. of the 679th Radar recognize familiar scenery in a
... Squadron received $5,370 in variable and regular bonuses when he portion of the film where the
0000 agreed sign-up for four additional years in the Air Force. Mal| singer gives a musical performance

..u Kenneth P. Tevebaugh administers the oath to McEntyre. for his friends aboard
gE the carrier.
a 'What Am I Bid?' is filmed in
Q I am thinking of sellingmy Reenlistment Records full color,and is 92 minutes long.
.r home which I purchasedwith

//s. ,-# -.. ;,. -''''_ paid a in G.I.full.loan If that the buyer is not yet defaults Retain List of HonorsJax
-
the
will I be liable to
eNOyIRE41Wt..Mt flU I.CIOtCWNtM Veterans Administration? Can I

AND FRKIIOLYIr be released from such liability? It has been Navy carried forward from enlistmentto
A-Yes, to both
questions. tradition that when an enlisted enlistment. ROBERTSBOOKKEEPING
However the VA may releaseyou member reenlisted, he began his Following a recent Navy studyof
FRIENDLY, RELAXED only if the buyer assumes new enlistment with a 'clean the situation!it is now the policy
full liability for If
QUIETATMOSPHEREIIIIIIIIUU111unu1111111111111111011111 repayment. slate.' for of all
copies performance
such release
a is approved, you
will not be liable for default by Information concerning per-, valuations prepared during the TAX SERVICE

CECIL IDEALLY FIELD LOCATED, N.A.S FOR the buyer. Before signing the formance in the prior enlistmentwas prior enlistment to be carried AND.....................
sales contract ask the VA of- not reflected in the current over to the member's new service
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, SCM PHOTO COPY
CHURCHES AND fice which guaranteed your loan service record and thus was not record upon reenlistment. A
for forms and instructions for always available to the com certifired copy of the Page 9 will NOTARY PUBLIC
..........01..00..00..01 SHOPPING 00....01 01 01..00... release from personal liability. manding officer. The carry-over will also be carried forward. Income Tax Preparation

Mr. & Mrs. Payton Watson, Q-I will be discharged from of favorable information was Finally, members shall be encouraged Expert Service Guaranteed
771.6666 the service this month. What permitted and encouraged, but to place copies of official OPEN 9 A.M.
Take 103rd to Firestone must I da it establish entitle often not included. While there is commendatory letters to Earlier by AppointmentUNTIL
Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks ment to educational benefits merit in the clean slate concept, their service reports for retention 8 P.M.
Past Forrest high -School through the VA? complete adherence to it may throughout_ their careers. Later by Appointment
A-You should apply immedi- have worked to the detriment of SATURDAYS to 6 PM
(SoLONIALCjiOREST ately to the nearest VA office the Navy and of the member No appointment necessary
for a Certificate of Eligibility. concerned in many instances.The PH.. 384-1034
Upon receiving this certificate, clean slate often forces 1907 BLANDING BLVD.at .
Shirley St.
present it immediately to the
registrar of the school you planto delayed recognition and acceptance Same location since 1953
attend, or to the employer of the newly reenlisted .SAVE MONEY REGULARLY
5928 FIRESTONE ROAD where you plan to receive on- member who has sustained high
V / the-job training or apprentice level performances throughouthis

training. commanding career. It may officer also to hinder the I MOVE INTO 'The SPOILER' Iit.
making
Q-I am a serviceman en-
DOMINICK'Sxzza rolled in a half-time course ina wise personnel decisions duringthe .% nVA nearby school. Will the VA early part of a member's
pay the full cost of tuition? reenlistment period. These
A-The amount you receive situations would be prevented if
through the VA may not cover performance material were ia 'MATADOR'
Under New Management the complete cost of your
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JAX AIR NEWS : Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

NAS Jacksonville for publication the following Thursday. Ads

AFTERBURNER arriving too late for this deadline will be DrJDDmm; : :ftrIL

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE. : published:! the following week unless the

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I money order for the full cost of the ad must be

received WITH the copy for the ad. : 'SWISS FAMILY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 ROBINSON'--Color adventure

Jacksonville, Florida i starring Dorothy Maguire and NAS: 'JOURNEY TO THE

Per additional line ((4 words per line) $0.50 John Mills. G.E ((126 mins). FAR SIDE OF THE SUN'--.

Color science fiction starrring
HOSPITAL: 'VALLEY OF Lynn Loring and Roy Thinnes. G-

THE DOLLS'-Color drama G ((99mins).
FOR SALE OAK HILL PARK
':,:::;:::;;EMPLOYMENTSERVICE ,::;;:; !!? 2 BR, 1968 Piedmont Mobile Home -3 BR., 2 Bath, Cen. heat & AC, Fenced starring Barbara Parkins and NAS MATINEE: 'THE LAST
Equity and small take-over paymentsOf back yard, SVi' FHA. 7939 Volvo St. Patty Duke. R-E ((122 mins). CHALLENGE'-Color western
$67.20. Call: 771-8979. 771-9466 after 5:30.ORANGE: .
WIVES starring Glenn Ford and Angie

CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS Dickinson. ((95 mins).
JUSTISS FRIDAY FEBRUARY
TRAILER PARK 27
Jobflnders.1372 Cassat 387.5626 or 1022 PARK HSOPITAL 'WHAT AM IBID'
1 Qtr. Mile :
No.
Park Street, 3547888. of NAS, clean modern 3 BR., House, furn., 5 mins. to NAS.
trailer and Apts. 389.3007.REALESTATE. TV, linens utensils optional. Will
rent to TAD personnel or bachelors. NAS: 'WHAT AM I BID-

5.HOUSEWIVES NEEDEDCar 264-6884. Color country musical starring
& Phone:\ necessary. Choose Leroy Vank Dyke and Kristin
working hrs. Good Profit. Fun while The BARN
earning new clothes. Ph. 3553296.NEEDEXTRAMONEY Nelson, and guest star Al Hirt G-
II G ((92 mins).
HIDDEN WATERS BARGAINS/ GALORE/
Acres of high,dry wooded home sites. :w > HOSPITAL: 'SWISS FAMILY The famous BARN, Florida's
Like to Sell? Wany your own Permanent vacation, retirement. oldest & largest discount house
Business? Name your own Hours. Waterfront & water access. Sensible GUITAR LESSONS save you more everyday. Just a
Salary unlimited) Call 7710301. prices, low taxes, terms. BlandingBlvd. Meadowbrook.Bellalr class now few of the many bargains are sofa
., 220-B, Rt. 220, left 209 two
miles.: enrolling. Classes in M,B civic center. bed suits 2 piece only 169.95, two
LaRue's 725.3992.
Phone 384, 718, twin beds complete $59.95, maple

IIij: i:; J.:! : ; ::ii:' ;:::l FOR SALEOR RENT :''" '" '' Habitforming. piece bunkbeds bedroom complete suit$58(,dresser 00, four,
House and Apts. Equity VA &FHA : {? mirror, chest bookcase bed)
resales. Low down. Call Powell or .:::;:iF"TRANSPORTATION:: .,: :::?' $59.95,9 x linoleium $4.95, carpet
Mills. USN Ret. 2642411. I 13.00, 1.3 off on all lazy-boy
DO YOU WANT TO BE ORANGE PARK REALTY recliners,double.size box spring or
A DISC JOCKEY? MILITARY-FREE NOTARYYOU'VE AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast Inner spring mattress $19.00,
For Information dial 3568351. student desk $23.95, large selectionof
and West Coast 353-3691. table lamps $3.95, rollawaybeds
HEARDthe complete $22.95, oak porch
fiction now hear the facts. It Is
swing $1095, king size foam set ((2
NEW RCAand ZENITH still cheaper to a house than to
STEREOS own
64 CHEVY TRUCK box springs, 1 mattress) $69.95,
Consoles some with AM-FM, rent. We have houses of all shapes and
tape J/i ton camper body, AC, 6 cyl., Exc. large selection of unfinished
players. At dealers cost to liquidate sizes ready for you right now. For Cond. $698. 264-2025. furniture, metal cabinets and sinksat
stock. Full warranty I Phone 771-0409. appt. to see: Call C. William Smith .,M' savings galore. BankAmerlcardor
791 0155.
4 l Master Charge welcome.
W. Carl Berrier, Bkr. a
'69 NOVA a'o PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
74-6 145 2 Door Coupe, V-8, Custom Interior,
GEORGE'S KENNELS disc brakes, 4 speed., Must sell, Pick
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand 7714002. The BARNSHOP
LAKE SHORE up payments.
delivery Est. 1925. Poodle
5210 Marlene Ave. 3Br., 1 B, good
Grooming Reasonable, 5085
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and location. Either FHA terms or owner and SAVE! !II!
will with down IMPALA
mortgage
Edgewood) 3890064. carry Now- lit Locations
payment. $12,500 total., 3846863. 2 Dr., HT, AC., 26 .2365. .
S_TIM ARM Nearest
Yowl Ii I
{}r
.-. '. AUTO MODERN RIVERFRONT HOME '67 HONDA S CC *i 1 I WEST SIDE
AC;
Window units, Central units cleaned, By Owner. Excellent cond.'Bulkhead, $110. 264.4456TRIUMPH ,.4* Prkvltw Or.
checked & charged for summer Dock I Boathouse. In city limits. 901 When you stack one U.S. Savings _."11
season. Reasonable. Tyler's Heatingand Myrtle Ave. Green Cove Springs. For SPITFIREG Bond of another Drive out West Beaver St. Park-
Air Conditioning. Lake Shore Appt. 214.3313. production Sports car. Completelyset on top view Is only 1 block east of
4711 Palmer Ave. 3885161. up for-racing. Engine lust rebuilt, it becomes a habit that's toughto Edgewood Beaver

new Goodyear racing tires, extra.set break and hard to beat- 1* 2 SOUTHSIDE "'t-

bijiii!;; ;: : :': :jii/jii!; : ;: :i !' new rain tires. Spare block cam, especially if you save the painless 4S25 Beach Blvd.
UNIVERSALSewing :; !!::!{:: RENTALS ;:;: ::}i ; many spare parts, & trailer. Complete the Bond-a-Month 724-1277
outfit ready to race 1750. Ph. 3872444. way on
To MachinesTen Sell Plan where you bank or Payroll J. DOWNTOWN

Scratched in handling. Makes buttonholes BEDROOM Savings where you work. 1151 Bread St
fancy designs, blind hems, $90 per mo. Kitchen EquippedNear 61 MUSTANG Sign up. Today. UJ.lU6.4iiIt
monograms. 20 yr. guarantee. 5 yr. NAS. 3888269. Showroom Condition, 384-1778.
free service. Reg. price-$169. Now$58
cash or $5 mo. 10 day free home trial.
Rayfield Sewing Center ORANGE PARK
6437 Wilson Blvd. 771-5028. 2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn./ Dish
washer, Carpets, Drapes. Elizabeth
Apts., 771-1405 or 771-3355

RIDERS WANTED 100 % GUARANTEEWe JIii
One way to New York City. Leaving APT. UNFURN.ORFURN. t.
Feb. 27th or 28th.$21.Call after 8 pm.. Reasonable. Near River & 5 Points
3885869. Shopping Center, Garden Club,
Women's Club, Cummer Art Gallery,
& Memorial Park. LR, BR, KItchen( & gave them the VW 16-polnt Safety and Performance Inspection. Then we tuned up,
porches. Desire tenant wishing at tightened and replaced everything that needed It. And guaranteed them 100 percentfor
DACHSHUND PUPPIES least 1 to 2 yr.occupancy. Baby & cats the repair or replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles.
6 weeks old. 4 males available. Call welcome but no dogs, as have cat. Come on In and double check.
after 4pm. 7711264. Telephone evenings 355-5726.

'engine. transmission rear.axle front axle assemblies brake system electrical I system


PUBLIC NOTICE. APT. FURN.
WANTED Near NAS & Cecil. 2 BR., SwimmingPool
Someone to assume payments on $75. 7710348.5f.l. 49 YW SQUAREIACK $24f5 47 VW SEDAN $1150
SINGER DIALOMATIC SEWING Radio & Heater.
Automatic,Air Whit
MACHINE in beautiful walnut con Cond. R & H
'sole. Must place in area to a reliable 47 FORD GALAXIE $1795 41, VW SEDAN $100

party, Balance now only $69.20. '500' Radio
Door HT Loaded LlkeN.wl! & Heater
Phone 353.1946. Day or night, ask for

obligation credit manager., 1606 Main Will St. deliver, no ( tiEt1a71(91 63 YW SEDAN $"5 41 VW FAST' BACK $195

Radio & Heater 4 Spd., Air.

64 YW 1500' SEDAN $1095 6 9 VW SEDAN $1100

O)( 2-Do Radio & Heater.I .
NEED YOUR TAX REFUND? YWdiSEDAN
Why wait? Prof. help at moderate 65 $1100 VW SQUAREIACK $2295Radio
prices. Short form $5,00. Long form $8. & Heater. Air Cond. R & H. ,

up. Call 3887362. 66 VW SEDAN $1200 47 FALCON 4 D*. $1295

Radio & Heater. Radio & Heater, Auto. Trans. ,

BEING TRANSFERREP 66 YW FAST BACK $1495 SEDAN
Need to sell new living room; bedroom 44 VW $995Radio
suite, & small breakfast table & Radio & Heater & He ter.
chairs. 7719164.



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Thurs. Fri. Sat. & Sun. Only

MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLE 103rd & Standing Center &AVJJ
KIi 1150 LANE AVE. SO. PHONE 781-5511
(Azalea Mobile Home Park) /iMile' ,
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near 771-7970 \VJJFEBRUARY26,1914
schools and shopping center. Clean' PHONE AHEAD OPEN DAILY 8 TO 8:30 SATURDAY 8 TO 5 SUNDAY I TO 6 PM
and reasonable rates. Manager on
premises. Children and pets FOR FASTER SERVICE
welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3899226.



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I. NATTC : Behind the Scene I




RAdm. E.E. Christensen,Chiefof received his Air Medal for his Lucky Reenllsment
Naval Air Technical Training performance of duties while he
arrived aboard NATTC last weekto was attached to Patrol Squadron YNC Donald J. Fitchett,
conduct the annual Ad- 47 at NAS Moffett Field, Calif. NATTC representative of the
ministration Inspection. Duringthe U.S. Coast Guard chose Fridaythe
personnel inspections on Young was the maintenance 13th to reenlist after 13 yearsof
Thursday two members of control petty officer; accordingto military service, which has
NATTC received Air Medals his citation, he 'contributed included Marine Corps duty as
presented by RAdm. Christensen. materially to the success of the well as Coast Guard Service. U.S.
U.S. efforts in Southeast Coast Guard Captain of the Port,
A01 James H. Monahan won Asia..while attached to VP-47 LCdr. E.E. Edenfield ad-
the Air Medal while a member of engaged in combat operations ministered the oath of enlistmentfor
: Patrol Squadron 16, at NAS Jax. against the enemy.' a period of four additional
His citation read in part, 'For years.
meritorious achievement in
aerial flight as a crewmember
COMPLETES A CAREER-ATC Francis Jaquette is congratulated by flying in fixed wing air-
Cdr. W.E. Miller upon his retirement after 20.years in the Navy. The craft..engaged in missions in
FAETU chief enlisted in his hometown of Cape May, N.J. in 1950 and support of combat operations in
has been at Jax since 1966. Chief Jaquette and his family plan to make Southeast Asia..His courage and
their home in the Jacksonville area. devotion to duty in the face of
hazardous and extended flying
conditions were in keeping with it,
the highest' traditions of the
United States Naval Service.' .
AE1 Thomas C. Young

.
"{ \ Never move a seriously injured -
person unless it is abso-
lutely necessary to preserve life
.. 4' or prevent further injury.SPECIAL .

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Type
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NEW & USED TV SETS :ART4Ir'I'
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES 1NCLVDED .
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getting the kinks out of the old Mechanic: "Lady, I've found
Cecil Sports soup bone and prepare them the trouble with your car.
I Rovndyp selves for the upcoming local roll- You've"got a short circuit in the 'HONDA ,
off. Further details regarding the wiring.

roll-off will be published in future MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
editions of the Afterburner. Lady: "Well for goodnesssake 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
Jack and his lengthen it/
Ageless Hardy
Cecil Field needs boxers in all observations tend to indicate that publicitiy director (mouth- PHONE 771.8244

weight divisions to represent the AMD and the Hellrazors can be pieceO) Ed Lord have predictedthat
command during the for. expected to be hard pressed by this years edition of the OPS
thcoming 6th Naval District tough VA-46. 1st week standings.
SOFTBALL TEAM WILL BE
Tournament. The tourney will be 1. AMD
2-0 THE SCOURGE OF Cecil Field, Forest
held during 23-27 March at the 2. VA-174 2-0 Inn
(after last years edition, this
Naval Training Center, Orlando
3. VA-46 1-0 should be a pleasant switch).
Florida. Interested boxers are 4. VA-44 1-1 Both Jack and Ed will be
sur- 1436 Lakeshore Blvd
requested to contact the Athletic 5. Supply 1-1 BOTTLE CLUB
prised if anyone even scores on
Director at ext. 498. Workoutswill
6. VA-37 0-1
them this
season. Incidentally, 'r
commence immediately.After s
7. VA-83 0-2
we thought boastiningwas
pre-season
a brief layoff 8. VA-81 0-0 WEDNESDAY
the exclusive of
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COMFAIR Jax Tournament, commences play next week, with I AM-6AM
intramural competition resumedin the American League 'gutter Sell ftYourself COVER CHARGE 50* J
handlball. Handball action is rats' kicking off on 3 March and SET UPS
scheduled to continue until April the National League getting 25@r

13, and will be followed by the underway 5 March. Both leagueswill FRIDAY & .
playoffs. convene their organizational SATURDAY
Current Standings meetings at 1645 on the fifirst dayof I AM-6 AM
1. Marines 5-0 bowling.
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1. VA-174 5-0 Each league has a maximum of San Francisco--Selling your
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{ YS t eye hazard area I each week can be found on the

S Field libraries,also the library at the
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.I, jl REPORT OF TilE SCIENTIFIC

L FLYING OBJECTS CONDUCTED

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E.U.Condon,director.

4- *jj 1< CONDON COMMITTEE WENT
and R.Roger Harkins.

HANGER Jill Tay Jax A sign such as this is an eye causing PERMANENT : SCIENTIFIC REBUTTAL TO TilE
lor believes in being thorough. industrial plant or on shipboard OF VISION. REPORT; TESTIMONY BY SIX
"When it you hanging start 'a she job, don'tleave indicates an area where potentialeye The eclipse can safely SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS

(Photo Courtesy of Playboy says.) hazards exist and requires in an INDIRECT JULY 29, 1968.
personnel to take precautions to shown in the picture

The Pacific Ocean covers an protect their eyesight. cording to Capt. Oscar NAS Librarian
area larger than all the con- The North Florida South station's medical officer.Another .
tinents combined, the National Georgia area will be a potential of Edward U. Condon was the
Geographic Society says. 'eye hazard area' March 7
director eminently qualified
an
at 1:15 p.m. when' solar eclipse
scientist known for his
Temperature of clean snow .
will take place.Personnel
melting in the sun at sea levelis warned not to te unquestionable independence.
always 0 C. or 32 F. are Condon's report is a memorable
look at the eclipse DIRECTLY.This .
of document aimed at the scientific
In medieval times, the word"garbage" means do not look at the sun
reader, but it makes fascinating
to combina- sunglasses,camera view
applied a through
tion of chicken heads, feet, and finder, exposed photographicfilm reading for anyone seriously
T"J interested in the subject. The
innards stewed as a delicacy by binoculars or telescope. I 1
the histories read like detective
creative chefs, says the National Such direct viewing can resultin case
Geographic Society's book, stories. Difficult technical
hole being burned inside the
The Age ef Chivalry. a ) sections can be skimmed, or

f I skipped, by the average reader.
But even in the technical sections
there are 'nuggets' that no one
device which the will want to miss.
used is a 'pln hole of
can be made from a shoe The book Aliens In the Skies by
LOUNGE PACKAGE STORE
a pinhole in one end and J.A. Fuller, was subtitled: 'The
paper covering the scientific rebuttal to the Condon
3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771 -3385 which hasbeen cut Committee Report; testimony by
pinhole toward the sun in- six leading scientists on science
ENDoftheMONTHSALE image of the eclipse will and astronautics before the
on the tissue paper end. House Committee July 29, 1968.
The entire eclipse Much of this book is an edited
telecast as it happens transcription of testimony given
entirely safe means of before the House Committee on
All MIXED DRINKS the great event,the Science and Astronautics. Ac-

Sunglasses, smoked cording to the testimony quoted,
Half Price polariod lenses will NOT these scientists feel that there is
your eyes if you look still so much unexplained about
7 PM TIL CLOSING the sun. Remember by UFOs that they warrant further
Of hazard -- DO NOT of serious study. This seemed in
Last Tuesday
DIRECTLY INTO THE direct opposition to the Air Force-

sponsored study which concludedthat
Month !
Each Only UFOs do not existthey can
be identified and explained as
CASE LOTS at Father (to dau natural occurrences.
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This very readable book claimsto
be the inside story (of the
LARGE Condon Committee) by an ex-
'ottO"oU member of the official study
group. Saunders,himself a highly
\.J SHIPMEN qualified scientist, was attachedto
the Project until discharged.He .

e\ot0 OF makes no claims to believe or
not believe in the extra-
terrestrial aspect of the in-
1970 CORONAS vestigations. He was dischargedfrom
the Project before he had
made up his mind about UFOs. In
you want to know exactly what your monthly paymentswill ; FANTASTIC his book he presents persuasive
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giving your name. SAVINGS tention that the complete, unbiased -
story of Air Force in-
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you want. We'll tell you what your payments will be. Then hang
t up. If you decide"yes,;' call us back. We're here to help with a pronouncement The USAF has and made withdrawn its
checkpoint II'a check
I from the controversy, but
.f speculation is not likely to die
down so lonf as men see flying
L e ejects that science cannot
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Jax The largest number of In the 1969 event Brittle
golfers ever assembled for a finished in a tie for fifth eight
tournament at NAS Jax will tee shots back of Foley.
off Wednesday in the Eighth The tournament which was
Annual Southeast Military Invitational organized in 1963 by Jax Athletic a fsz r
Golf Tournament and Director Frank McCaffery, has i +r t A.w Y
compete over 54-holes for in- grown in size each year since its
dividual and team honors. inaugural. Entries and requestsfor
Twenty-eight commands from invitations now arrive early in t
six states will be representedwith the year as word has spread to six M
each team made up of five states and to Puerto Rico about
golfers providing top-notch the superbly run event and the
competition that has never been degree of competition. This year .
equalled in this annual event. the tournament will test the
The tourney this year will be golfers proficiency over the new "
assured a new individual 18 Bermuda fairways that were
champion as 1969 champion planted last summer and have
Jerry Foley of Cecil Field will not made the already beautiful Jax American League Champs VP-5 Mad FoxesIfff11ir
be back looking for his third title. course one of the top area
Foley who has been transferredout layouts.
of the area, shot a fouroverpar ----
220 in the three-day event last
year and edged out his teammateJeff
Howell by one shot.
Jax Navy's five man team will
be captained by Walt Brittle who ( !
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required to qualify for a positionon
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I ComFairJax Cage Tourney jj tI ti ft if



I Opens at HAS Jax Gym I

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4 4r
Jax-The 1970 CommanderFleet muscle by walking over Jax Stevenson led all the scorers with
Air Jacksonville Basketball based VP-16 120-63. Fred Blake
27.The
Tournament opened Monday with and Gary Johnson led the Razors host team ComFairJax
11 teams battling for the coveted hitting 31 and 30 points respectively edged out a 74.70 win over RVAH-
title. 14 from Albany, Ga. as Chuck
Don Miller high man
VA-81 of Cecil Field opened the was Dettrey and Tom Bowie pacedthe
for the losers with 15.
tournament by pounding VA-44 winners. Dettrey hit for 24 Y
93-62 as Steve Askew hit for 24 while Bowie popped in 21
points to lead the winners. Mike VA-83 had it easy coasting to an Charley Dew hit for 21 for Heavy
Mattick led the losers with 23. 88-66 drubbing of VP-45 from Jax.
The 'Hellrazors' from Cecil Bruce Skere led the winners with 14.Ralph Teague led VA-73 to a 73- ;
based VA-174 showed their 23 while the Red Darters Jim 69 win over VA-45 as he hit for 21 __
,.. -_. tallies. Charles Ford had 19 to z'f.

lead the losers. _

4 _s rt err es. Tuesday's Action


\, y :vg rrpi RVAH-14 got on the winningtrail POP.And in it goes for a two pointer in the ComFalrJax Basketball
by eliminating VP-45 6259. tournament being held this week at NAS Jax.

el Jim Stevenson and Fred Jordan
each had 21 points for the Red
Darters while Sam Lillo hit for 21
for the winners. i oo
VA-44 earned their first win by
virtue of a forfeit over VP-16 as
the Eagles had to go soaring and
couldn't field a team for the
contest.

VA-37 downed VW-4 96-85, VA-
83 nipped ComFairJax 89-83, and

77.VA-81 squeaked past VA-174 79- l !


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