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Creation Date: March 5, 1970
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Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein
Ball'8)l not to be considered an official expression of any military department. The appearance of ad.
publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or j
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Don't look at the
U.S. NAVAL AIR I STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA sun, Saturday
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cause permanent eye damage'
VOL. 27 NO. 48 MARCH 5, 1970
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Twice a Month Pay



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Jax. The old complaint of 'I 1 never get the same pay

twice' will end throughout the Navy by July 1 as finance

< offices switch back to the old, standard system of paying '.

twice monthly. The change to the twice a month system,

usually on the 15th and 30th of the month, comes by

direction of Department of Defense upon the Implementation -

of the Joint Military ,Pay System.

Currenly,commanding officers
.. have the option of paying either or holiday, but pay will be for the
4J' biweekly or semimonthly The entire period.
Navy Finance Office here will For example, if the fifteenth
yd
j Mw. "Ck'1k ilR change from biweekly to twice a falls on a Sunday, payday will be
month pay May 15th, accordingto held on Friday, and the amount
Mrs. lola] Miller, NFO paid will be the amount due the
:t I executive assistant. member through Sunday. Thus,
The ]local Finance Office has normally a member will receive
been paying every other Thursday two equal payments each month.
since the early 1960's when Mrs. Miller gave the following
the Navy decided that either pay days and number of days pay
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_'::'1.00 system was okay, depending on to cover the period from now until
_:.. r- '" the commanding officer. the twice a month system goes

COMMAND CAKE-Mrs. Carolyn Marsh,wife of W-4's new skipper, Cdr. A. F.Marsh, lends a handat The twice monthly system will into effect: Today, 16 days pay;
cutting change of command cake. RAdm. Lawrence Hey worth Jr., commander Fleet Air be based on two pay periods per March 19, 14 days pay; April 2, 13
Jacksonville, (L) and Cdr.and Mrs. C. J. Cush look on. month. The first period covers days pay; April 16, 14 days pay;
the first through the fifteenth dayof and April 30, 14 days pay.
"c the month and the second

Hurricane Hunters Change COsJaxCdr. period through Paydays covers the last will from day be of the held the sixteenth month.Navy- Air Wing

wide on the fifteenth and thirtiethor
.A. 'F' Marsh relieved warning of tropical storms The squadron conducted the last day of the month, Gets NewCommander
Cdr. C. J. Cush of ,command: of during, the past year reconnaissance missions of 13 except when that date falls on
the U.S. Navy's Weather tropical storms between July 30 Saturday,Sunday or a holiday. In
Reconnaissance Squadron Four, and Nov.24,1969,for a total of 621 the case of a normal pay day
popularly] known as. the actual in-storm flight hours. coming on a non-work day,
'Hurricane Hunters,' in Hey CPOs! These storms included powerful payday will be held on the last Jax-Capt. William J. PresslerJr.
ceremonies,held] here Feb. 28. hurricane'Debbie'and disastrous work day preceding the,weekend relieved Capt. Daniel W.
The new commanding officer is Club Opens Tonight hurricane 'Camille,' which Herlong] as commander Fleet Air
from Naples] 111. and holds a caused death and destructionmore Wing Eleven yesterday morning
bachelor of science degree from Jax-Shortly after 8 widespread than any r during a ceremony in Hangar
Carthage College in Carthage, 111. o'clock tonight the ribbon recorded hurricane in history. 1000.A .
He served as VW-4's executive will be cut and the new The squadron also participated} native of Laurel] Springs,
officer from Feb. 1969 until he Chief Petty Officers Mess in an international study of sea- N.J., Capt. Pressler graduatedfrom
assumed his present position.The (Open) will be open for air interaction in tropical regions the University of Florida,
commander currently business.E.7 under the Barbados and prior to his assignment to
resides in Orange Park with his E-8 and E-9 per- Oceanographic Meterological] FAW-11, he served! as com-
wife and their two children. sonnel and their wives have Experiment (BOMEX) between \ giroY manding officer of the LSD
Cdr. Cush, who has headed the been invited to attend the May 3 and July] 29, 1969. Plymouth Rock, Atlantic Fleet
'Hurricane Hunters' since Feb. grand opening tonight. An Aircraft from the squadron and Amphibious Force.
1968, has been assigned to the open house is planned in the U.S. Department of Commerce The new commander is a
Staff, Naval Air Systems Command -, the future for general Environmental Science veteran of the Korean conflict,
Headquarters visiting of the new facility.Jax Services Administration (ESSA) and has been awarded the Legionof
Washington, D.C. Air News flew jointly in experiments at- Merit, Distinguished Flying]
The featured speaker at the proofreaders regret not tempting to seed a major storm Cross, Air Medal with three gold
change of command ceremonywas catching that big headlineon with silver iodide crystals] to stars, Joint Services Com
RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth last week's front page dissipate its strength. These mendation Medal, Republic of
Jr., commander Fleet Air that said the club opends experiments, collectively knownas Korea Presidential Unit Citation
Jacksonville. He commended the March 7. Instead it opens 'Project Stormfury,' were and the Vietnam Navy
squadron for its outstanding tonight as explained in the conducted on hurricane'Debbie,'
service 'to the Navy and the story and the results are reported as (Cont. on Pg. 2))
nation in providing advance promising. Capt. Pressler


I Two Named to Represent Command as Top Enlisteds II

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Jax-Two NAS Jax petty officers past two years. professional skill while workingand amount of responsiblitity for The letter further stated, 'Dueto
will represent the air During this period Moseley was supervising various areas division's performance, according his exceptional devotion and
station at a Navy League meeting credited with top notch within the division.He to his nominating letter. dedication to duty, Morrow
honoring outstanding enlistedmen was also assigned as a constantly volunteers for after
in the Jacksonville area in ?yYx galley watch captain while a ;t i.if : 'i, hours work, and on all occasions
the near future. second class petty officer, in :... J' when it is necessary for the
CS1 Billy I. Moseley of Supply preference to some senior men t:1r': :; civilian employees of the electrical
and CE2 Roy S. Morrow of Public because of his interests and shop to see assistance from
Works were jointly selected to abilities, according to the letter t the Seabees, they always request
represent the station as out- nominating him for the honor. Morrow because of his out-
standing EMs for 1969 after a An Orange Park resident, standing capablity, personality,
selection committee deadlockedin Moseley was the station's Ser- and ability to effectively work
voting one of the men as the top viceman of the Month for October with civilian employees.:
command sailor of the year. 1969. An active member of the He has also been cited for his
The date the duo will be F 4 fl 4 Fleet Reserve Association, work in building the diamond
honored along with other Branch 91, he volunteers much of portion of the new Little League
Jacksonville area Navymen 1 by his off duty time for the benfit of ballfield near the main gate. He
the Navy League has not been that organization.
completed the layout of the
confirmed. Assigned to the Seabee Division diamond and necessary ear-
Moseley was nominated for the since August 1968, Morrow was thwork almost single handed
yearly honor by Supply for his 4s the station's Serviceman of the
'versatility, motivation and Month last July.] The second class petty officeris
leadership' while serving in the While assigned to the division, married and active in both
Food Service Division over the CSl Moseley he has assumed an increasing CE2 Morrow church and other organizations.
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Time for A CensusThe i CATHOLICNaval


Air Station

Constitutionrequiresthat the population of the United States be

counted every 10 years. And, since the first census was taken in 1790, SUNDAY MASS 9&lla.m.
this is a census year. --f- y MARROW DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
The census will tell us a lot more than just how many people we have 'Confessions will be heard
within our borders. Census statistics determine such things as the Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and from
amount of representation each area will have in a national and local 5 to 5:45: p.m.'
government, how much state and federal money local school systemswill
receive, and where new public transportation routes should be set Naval HospitalSUNDAY


up.Interestingly, the government didn't ask for much information in MASS 8 a.m.
the first census. In 1790, it was enough to know the name of the headof
the family and the number of males and females. NATTC
But as the decades rolled by the census takers were after more and LIGHT-During the NAS Cub Scout's annual Blue and Gold '

more information. Life in the United States was going from rural to Banquet, Terry Bradbery received the Arrow of Light Award. The SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
city, and more informaion was required to learn about the nation and highest award a Cub Scout can earn, the ceremony has roots deep in Bldg. 500
its people.By Indian Legend. The arrow, lit by the candle of love kindled in the heartof

1880, enumerators were listing such information as each person'sname his mother, represents the dawn of Terry's Boy Scouting career. PROTESTANTNaval
age, sex, and marital status, occupation, and the birthplace of The shaft of the arrow points the scout's way, guided by scouting
his mother and father. In 1890, there was a special enumeration of leader Tom Darby, Boy Scout District Round-Table Councilor. Terryis HospitalSUNDAY
Civil War veterans. the son of AXCS and Mrs. Bobby J. Bradbery of VP5.

This year, four out of every five households will be required to answer WORSHIP SERVICES
from 22 to 24 questions. Among other things, residents will be 10 a.m.
asked if they own a dishwasher, what their occupations are, how they
get to work, their income, the condition of their homes and what they Naval Air Station
were doing five years ago. JItOeThe
The information supplied by citizens will be considered confidential. Sunday
Census facts about an individual are never divulged, not even to tax Church School 9a.m.

collectors or other government agencies. two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different Junior Church 10a.m.
There is no denying the importance of a census. In fact, it has been meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: Divine Worship Service 10a.m.
; suggested that because of the excellence of the statistics provided by breakfast 6 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 5:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.; Bldg. 750
the Census Bureau,the U. S.economy may be among the best planned dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m. supper 5:00: p.m. to 6:15.: Both Dining halls ob Episcopal Communion 8:30: a.m.
in the world. serve the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a.m. to Bldg. 750
What about your plans? Is it time for you to take a census, a per. 8:30: a.m. brunch 9:30: a.m.to 12:30 p.m.and supper 4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m.
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25
sonal census? It may be. After all, you won't know where you're goingif cents; dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents. Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
you don't know where you are. Bldg.722
The 1970 census will tell us about the growth of the nation. A personal FRIDAY, MARCH 6

census will tell if you are keeping pace. Tuesday
Hot Oatmeal Mulligatawny Soup Oyster Stew ,
Eggs to Order Italian Meat Sauce Deep Fried Fish Senior Choir Rehearsal 5 p.m.
Man Alone With GodLCDR French Toast Boiled Spaghetti Tartar Sauce ,Bldg. 750
Grilled Ham Slices Pizza Pie Ham and Noodles I
Praline Buns Au Gratin Asparagus Scalloped ThursdayChristianScienceService
Cecil D. Harper Jr., CHC USNR Dutch Apple Pie Creole Wax Beans 8pm.
Strawberry Gelatin
Orange Bar
The picture of Jesus alone at prayer in the Garden of NATTCDivine
SATURDAY, MARCH 7
Gethsemane is one of the unforgettable scenes of Early Breakfast Brunch Split Pea Soup Worship
He there Hot Farina Beef Noodle Soup Baked Pork Chops" 12p.m.
history. was struggling with his soul with his Bldg. 500
Eggs to OrderPineapple Submarine Sandwiches Brown Onion Gravy
destiny, and with God. This always is a lonely battle. But Hot Cakes Potato Chips Steamed Rice Evening Worship 6p.m.
the result of the struggle was action. 'The hour is at Broiled Bacon Slices Boston Baked Beans Buttered Fresh Frozen Bldg. 500
Raised Doughnuts Ice Cream Cups Broccoli
hand... Rise, let us be going said Jesus to his disciples Boiled Navy Beans

when It was over. That Is, renunciation and surrender Chocolate Fudge Icing Cake t "

brought power and faith. They always do.
SUNDAY, MARCH 8
When the formula Jesus used Is followed, our TrafficViolations

Gethsemanes become not blind alleys but open doors to Early BreakfastHot Brunch
Oatmeal Bean Soup Pepper Pot Soup
triumphant living. 'Not as I will, but as thou wilt When Eggs to Order Chicken Pot Pie Grilled Beef Steak
French Toast Mashed Potatoes Fried Onions
frustations and and
our suffering are accepted
Grilled Buttered
Sausage Patties Brussels French Fried Potatoes
dedicated to God, life has a chance to become creative Raisin RollsBreakfast SproutsIce Buttered Peas and The following is a report of

and great. This is possible only as we withdraw from the Cream Cups Carrots motor vehicle accidents and
Pineapple Cream Pie
traffic violations for the period
main current of life for a time and face God all alone.
Said Handel's biographer: 'His health and his'fortunes MONDAY, MARCH 9 Feb. 1723.

had reached their lowest ebb. His right side had become Brunch Vegetable Soup Number of Accidents

paralyzed, and his money was all gone. His creditors Hot Eggs Grits to Order Onion Beef Pot Soup Roast Grilled Home Fried Ham Potatoes Steaks

seized him and threatened him with imprisonment. Fora Broiled Bacon Slices Brown Gravy Creamy Gravy This week 14
French Toast Oven Browned Total accidents this throughFeb.
brief time he was tempted to give up the fight -- but he Cake Doughnuts Beets In Orange Potatoes Sauce Buttered MixedVegetables .23 year 52.

rebounded again to compose the greatest of his inspirations Seasoned Succotash Boiled Pinto Beans Number of accidents throughFeb.
Sugar Cookies
Peach Shortcake
the epic MESSIAH Fruit Gelatin Whipped Topping .1969 52
So It is that,, many of our finest victories come out of Total number of days since last
seeming defeat. But not before we, have the courage to TUESDAY, MARCH 10 injury in a motor vehicle accident -

be alone with ,God in our own' personal Gethsemane. BreakfastHot Corn Chowder Bean SoupMaryland 7

There come times when no one else can help. Ham Oatmeal Omlet Grilled Simmered Hamburgers Frankfurters Chicken Fried Air WingCont.
Hot Griddle Cakes French Fried Potatoes Chicken Gravy
Grilled Luncheon Meat Italian Baked Beans Mashed Potatoes
Cinnamon Rolls Spinach with Chopped Bread Dressing ( from Pg. I)
Eggs Mexican Corn Service Order.
Distinguished
Banana Cream
PieWEDNESDAY Dutch Apple Pie
JAX AIR 1VEWSThe Capt. Herlong, who com-
manded FAW-11 since Jan. 1969,
,II is from Orangeburg, S.C. and is a
I MARCH 11 graduate of the U.S. Naval
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Academy. He has been assignedto
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station BreakfastHot Beef Rice Soup Tomato the Bureau of Naval Personnel
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Farina Breaded Veal Steaks Beef SewGrilled Soup in Washington, D.C.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Minced Eggs to Beef Order Tomato Potatoes Gravy Rissole Liver The guest speaker at the
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Home Fried Potatoes Buttered Green Beans Onion Gravy change of command ceremonywas
Jacksonville, by 12:00.noon on Monday before publication. News Sugar RollsBreakfast Brussels Sprouts with Creole Buttered Wax Noodles RAdm. Ralph Weymouth,
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or Lemon Butter Bans
commander of
Ice Cream SundaesTHURSDAY Whipped Topping Fleet Air Wings
3119. Atlantic. Special guests at the
event were VAdm. Robert
I Advertisements are' solicited by the publisher and queries Townsend of Norfolk, com-
concerning such should be directed to: MARCH mander
12 of Naval Air Force, U.S.
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Atlantic Fleet; RAdm. Lawrence

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Chicken Pan Roast Noodle of Beef Soup Cream of Potato Soup Heyworth, Jr., commander of
Brown Barbecued Spareribs Fleet Air Jacksonville; RAdm.
Gravy
Telephone 388.2755t Barbecue
Hot Oatmeal Mashed Potatoes Shoe Sauce William M. Harnish, commanderof
Eggs to OrderPineapple Lyonaise Green Beans Steamed String Sauerkraut Potatoes Carrier Division 6, Mayport;
VOL. 27 NO. 48 MARCH 5,1970' Grilled Ham Hot Slices Cakes Carrots Parsley Buttered Buttered Green Beans and RAdm. R.O. Middleton,

Praline Rolls Cherry Pie Peanut Fluffy Butter Cake commander of Cruiser Destroyer
Icing
Flotilla 12, Mayport.

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Navy Wives Speak Out PONT fORGET TO Cecil Movies Roadrunners

W ASIIINGTO ...A Navy-wide of wives' opinions, no names will \ SIGN.us .
survey of wives' opinions will be be signed. '. .EVENINGS.: 17:10 I : ) & :woo>(>(> '
conducted in the Spring 1970 issueof Navy Wifeline Newsletter, SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS ISMK!. Promoted n
NAVY WIFELINE newsletterby Spring 1970 can be found in base '-' .
The Navy Wifeline exchanges, hospitals and SATURDAY MARCH!
Association, a volunteer group. dispensaries. If wives cannot V WORK IS A FOUR LETTER Roadrunners MEDITERRANEAN ... The ,
of
For the first time in any branch locate copies, write to: %T dt" WORD (COLOR SATIRE) David Six Attack Squadron
of the services, wives can be The Navy Wifeline Association Warner, Cilia Black Thirty deployed in the
heard by others who care as to Building 40, Washington Navy SecondRound MARCH! 8 Forrestal Mediterranean aboard the USS
( CVA-59)) ,
what think about
they service Yard, Washington,D.C.20390 held promotion ceremonies for
life: such as their views on With CorsairsThe FILE OF THE GOLDEN four officers recently. LT Phillip
commissaries, exchanges, VA-HI wins COM- GOOSE (COLOR DRAMA M. Pirofalo donned his
Rampagers, VA-83, were new gold
medical care for dependents, CRIME) Yul
FAIIUAX Basketball welcomed into the midst of the Brynner, Charles LCdr. leafs along with three
service clubs
moving, housing, Grey
educational opportunities for tournament. The Attack Hcllrazors last Monday to begin brand new Lieutenants. Sportingnew
their children, and their Squadron Eight One transition training to the A-7E !MONDAY MARCH 8 railroad tracks are LT Rich
husband's working conditionsand Sunllners gained revenge Corsair II, the Navy's most Beacham, LT Wayne Kelly and
by crushing VA-174, 97-83 LT Maurice McMichael.
sophisticated light attack aircraft DARBY O'GILL & THE
promotional opportunities.The
last Saturday morning to
.
LITTLE PEOPLE (COLOR
of the will
strength survey The speediest roadrunner Cdr.
be in the numbers of wives who take the Comfairjax VA-83, nickanmed the Ram- FANTASY) Sean Connery, Janet Hardy N. Rose presented the new
Basketball tournament. traces its back to Munro
history
pagers
take time to and mail
answer plumage on the flight deck of the
Two weeks earlier the
1950 when they were called to
back the form The Navy Sunliners TUESDAY!MARCH 9 Forrestal while anchored in
Wifeline Association will tabulate were narrowly active duty at Squantum, Mass. Malta. +
defeated by VA-174 in the One of the first aircraft that the
results and make this information
CHANGE OF HABIT (COLOR
Cecil Field ,
available to interested Championship squadron flew was the F4U-4 The Roadrunners
the MUSICAL) Elvis Presley, Mary are a rare ;
making Comfairjax
people who are in a position to try Corsair I an earlier aircraft Tyler Moore, Barbara McNair breed of professional attack
victory particularity
to take positive action. The Navy manufactured by LTV, the pilots on a special assignment in
satisfying. The team
Wifeline will publishe results in a manufacture of the A-7E. WEDNESDAY MARCH I 10) the Mediterranean. Their uncanny -
moves on to CharlestonS.C. Cdr. T. C. Casimes, present C.
later issue and through various ability for low level in
for the East Coast
0., and his squadron personnelwere
news media. A MAN CALLED GANNON stantaneous strike makes them
In order to have a true picture Regional championship. welcomed by Cdr. W. D. (COLOR WESTERN) Tony the envy of fighter and attack
Yonke, executive officer of VA- Franciosa, Michael Sadrazin. pilots throughout the world.Wre .
174.
NWCA


News
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The Navy wives Clubs of ,
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America Cecil Field No. 121 will "t "
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be sponsoring a 5 day Red Cross ;J' .' .' "

First Aid course this month. The Ij. <';,... '. ; ,
course will run March 9,11,13,16and J'. "" 11 ),
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18 from 0930 to 1130 in room 8 ,.1.:, 1\'li'WI\' t4;j'bI ,
at the base Chapel.This is a basic ,i I '-,." .,Igry
4
course designed to meet

everyone emergency should situations be prepared that for. gonna put j. ':: :

To sign up just call 781-1615 or the
base Red Cross office before i

March 5. the Westside TV
The next meeting of NWCA No. on
121 will be held March 10 at the ii1j'ilt;. :

Chapel fellowship hall. The '
meeting will begin at 0930 for the
,..', .
election of new officers. All "1 ".
,
members are urged to attend and I
reminded to bring a lunch for the I II J
extra long meeting.The I
club announced this month .
that Dr. Cecil B. Hardesty, r
Superintendent of Duval County
Schools will be speaking at the ." >,

Clubs invitation, March 24 at the ._ "
base theater. All parents and .. -:=- -: - :::. ,'1 : "j
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other interested persons are 1,1, '1 '
invited to hear this very im .
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portant program starting at 0930. We interrupt this announce :

ment to bring you a special program: II o ,, I i,

You! If you live or work in our Westside It % G( a, Ilf' I :

WANTED neighborhood, we invite you to see how # : :

MNLJ I 11I11111- you look on TV with any one of our three II ; II i i,

new drive-in television windows (You Ii; '' I
IAIIES ft CHILDREN
don't even have to be one of our customers).,II, ) ; 1111111

For Our Cradle Roll Dept. And bring the whole family along r ; i ;I/iIhiI/ llll }

EVANGEL Because we've made several improvements L 4 ; jJ,

ASSEMILY OF 601 around our bank, and we want everybody ? I

5714 Ramona Blvd 781-9393 to know aboutthem. Today we have a grand j 1

SUNDAY SCHOOL'9.45: A.M. total of seven drive-in teller windows, and that's 'Sure:

MORNING WORSHIP 10.45 A.M. 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

.11i 'I more private facilities. Banking at the
'
,-.,5 i i:. : Westside Atlantic will be quicker

( :;- 1fJ and more convenient. now. And

with! our new TellerVue equipment -

..' we can honestly

'n say that when you bank

at the sign of the ship
The Gods ? ,
smile 1. ::J 3 -) you're the star of the

on those show.WestsideAtlanticBank.
who live
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I After New Membership Cost

i
Jax-Annual membership Plan. Under this low-cost
renewal and recruitment of new membership plan, a physical Of WorkersCost
members in the Jacksonville examination is not required.
Naval Air Station Association is Benefit coverage is provided not
now in progress and will continue only to the Association member, differences in employingmen
through April 3, according to but also to his dependents. NASA and women are not
Jack Ostertag, Association vice Insurance Coordinator, Charlie significant, according to a newly
president. Parish, says that this group plan revised publication issued by the
JAX-NASA is open to all offers its members unusually! 'pb U.S. Department of Labor. .
civilian employees and is pledgedto high protection for a sub The report, prepared by the
promote the best interests of stantially lower cost than other Women's Bureau, summarizesthe
its members through legislative similar policies on today's latest available data on
representation. These objectives market. certain factors that affect labor
include: (1)) continuing and Association members are also costs absenteeism, labor tur
acceleratedsupport to the national entitled to substantial purchasing nover, job tenure,' and labor
defense effort; (2)) establish- discounts by numerous par- SIGN PACT-Capt. H. O. Cutler signs two-ycar labormanagementpact mobility.The .
ment of an active and aggressive ticipating business firms within which was negotiated between the air station and Local 696 of the
public relations program with the Jacksonville area. These American Federation of Government Employees. The agreement is data includes Service,for example statisticson '

city, state, and national officials; membership discounts are applicable graded employees of the station's Security Department. Public worktime Health lost because of
and, (3)) continuing action available on such items as
directed toward 'selling the automotive parts, accessories, illness or injury, which averaged
geographical advantages and carpeting, furniture, draperies, Station Local 696 5.6 days for women and 5.3 days
for men in 1967. On the other
expanding capabilities of NAS etc.
JAX. Association members are hand, earlier PUS data showed
Association members are urged to renew their membershipearly Negotiate AgreementJaxCapt. fewer sick days per year for
: eligible for enrollment in NASA'sQuickCash this year and to 'talkup'and single women ((3.9 days) than for
Group L Insurance encourage fellow-workers to H. O. Cutler,NAS Department of the station. single men ((4.3 days).
become members. Membership officer Negotiations on the agreement '
commanding signed a The report states that women
information and applicationforms labor-management relations began Jan. 6 and were completed workers have favorable recordsof
may be obtained through agreement Feb. 26 that was Jan. 15. The agreement is for a attendance and labor turnover
HONDAMOTORS your area enrollment coor negotiated under the recently two-year period and represented when compared with men em-
dinator. effective Executive Order 11491. tthe first one negotiated with the ployed at similar job levels under
& CYCLES CO- JAX-NASA is an affiliate The agreement is between the station to cover graded em- similar circumstances.,
4949 BLANDING BLVD. member of the National Councilof air station and Navy Local 696 of ployees of the Security Depart :
PHONE 771-8244 Air Station Associations. the American Federation of ment. Detailed analyses indicate that
Government Employees and is the skill level and age of the
applicable to all graded em- Signing the pact for the union worker, length of service, and
ployees within the Security was Harry S. Osterman, record of job stability provide
president of Local 6%. Membersof better'' clues to (differences in I
: PA the union and management work performance than does the
EARLY..
SM ALL DOWN MAIL ) negotiating teams included Clyde mere fact that the worker is a
Herzog, M. S. Clance, Jack man or woman.
% )) Henson, Don Moran, D. L. Studies on labor turnover show
I *UD Ml! :l Loudermill and E. 0. Umstot. that overall job-changing rates
,{ yhS .' : } '' !' Z i Leonard B. Eubanks, director of are about the same for women
: .NI
'%
;; ; '"_ 1 .
k;
:\1: Civilian Personnel, and LCdr. O. and men. In 1968, 2.6 percent of
yW i rrA4rk'.hrrvIri rIN. (( .AJc
}
4Y 7;: 'i'r :
r rkr.A C. Andersen, security officer, the women workers and 2.2
N'Yr'irl -- _._ Nw w also were at the meeting at which percent of the men workers quit
Aft Mercury $2295Parklane ;;;1969 TAri TlIgN the agreement was signed. their jobs voluntarily, accordingto
a Bureau of Labor Statistics
W Conv., Auto, R&H. A/C. Loaded study.

BANK AMERICARD AMERICAN EXPRESS*STANDARD But men are more frequent
Ill Chevy 1695 OIL.MASTERCHARGE Credit CardsROOSEVELT Honored occupation changers than

Malibu, H.T, V-8 Auto. R&H P.S., P.B., women, another BLS study
,.. showed. Only seven percent of
Solid White, Red Interior '
MAll the women but 10 percent of the
1295Fastback men held a different occupationin
MustaNg
66 } January 1966 than in January
242 V-8, Auto P.S., P A/C 1965.
37,000 Miles. car wash The summary reported titled
'Facts About Women's Ab-
65 Olds 1295 senteeism and Labor Turnover'is
available on request for the
Vista Cruiser St a. Wagon Like New, A/C, MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Women's Bureau, Wage and

Low mi. Car.PoNtiuc. HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30 PM6Hour Labor Standards Administration,

3295 U.S. Department of Labor,
69 Washington, D.C. 20210.
Grand Prix H.T. Coupe,Just exactly\ like new,
Loaded.

AAChtvy SS 1295VM The doctor, darting throughhis
waiting room several times

conv. V-8 Bucket Seats, Baby Blue Finish, A and noticing the same fidgety
patient, quipped to him: "Don'tget
a real Cream puff Tax Loan Service well-I'll be right back."

6Z$7'$ (" All.. r.1995 '

Get the cash you need to taxes
pay your -
Red Dale Camper ready to goI FRIENDLY RELAXED
and get it fast; Phone or drop in before 11 A.M.
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'for you by 5 P.M. the same day; lor AllY LOCATED FOR
t SEE US AT 1424 MAIN ST.. JAX.USED .
CFCIl F IELD. NAS,
Remember: when you want cash, you're CLOSr 10 SCHOOLS
good for more at Beneficial Ask for the full CHURCHES AND

CTTWILEY amount you have in mind-for taxes or ..............SHOPPING................ ................

It t I any gu.id reason! Mr.& Mrs. Payton Watson.

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Civilian Retirement Guidelines "'-.: ,


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Change to Include Larger GroupThe I IF



Department the Navy has announced that in response to a request from

the Department of Defense the Civil Service Commission has authorized a new _

system wpich may permit more employees qualify for retirement benefits ,,, ;" \.\
'
during a reduction-in-force. Under our present system an employee whose : ; ,'

separation is involuntary as a result of RIF action, may qualify for a discon '
I
tinued service annuity if he is at least 50 years of age and has a minimum of 20 : l1' : : :

years of service; or at any age if he has a minimum of 25 years service. ; i \ ,,\>.: ; :'
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Under the whenit J' ,;' .: :
new procedure iId
force situation exists, it may, for employees who would like to ;,#.
I J) \
is determined RIF situation
exists, it will be a possible for before resorting to the prescribedRIF retire to do so when normally )) '-.; ,. .;... J.,,).. ;:
procedures or while such they would not be eligible. In
employees at least 50 years of age procedures are in process, addition, it may be possible to BIG SAVERS-H. I. Duncan (c) and O. L. Anderson of the Rework
with a minimum of 20 years request by letter the resignationof save other employees who cannot Facility receive merit certificates from Capt. D. H. Helle, CO, for
service or any age with 25 years employees in affected com- afford to lose their jobs, but who their efforts in saving the Navy $120,000 through developing a methodto
service who are in the affected petitive areas. would otherwise have to be reclaim spacer assemblies from J52 engines. (More NARF awardson

competitive areas to qualify for Such letters are issued in gpno-..... paat 16)).
discontinued service annuitieseven
response to an employee's
though they are not per request that his resignation be
sonally reached for separation. requested. (Separation resulting
However, this must be entirely from a resignation submitted in
voluntary. on the part of the response to such a request will I Sears I

employee.CSC be considered involuntary for ,
has made this decision to .., .
retirement )
the of current and purposes.
lighten impact This is not to be usedas
procedure Jacksomillc &1/ w
future reductions-ln-force! which :
a device for coercing employees r'r
that /
means an employee may
to give up their retention I
decide to his retention ;
forego / ''
'
rights. Before an individual is /
and resign thus enablingthe
rights ,
T"III Yi
requested to resign, he must be '
to retain an employeewho I
agency
fully informed of his retention
would otherwise have to be .
rights under the RIF regulationsand K\
separated. he must freely decide / I \.... ,
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Accordingly, after an agency ,. 1 .. !
whether he wants to exercise .
h' '0' \
determines that a, reduction-in- \ \ .'
them or to forego them anc J .! .
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retire.In .
f.. /1/:. 1'c .
DOMINICK'Sxzz1 order to avoid any misunderstandings ". "...'., .i.I ". '
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that arise ,.
might : ... ..
each employee's writter ..... '
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resignation must state that he b ,.'

Under New Management, resigning in response to UM .1/ .;;... t \. 4; ". ) .,\
Italian ft American Food particular responsible official'srequest ",;to. ': I t< '"\ 'Mr.- .... -. I
Family Style Dining Room in the reduction-in-fora -::) '" .. ...- .;z.;;:
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FEATURING situation and that he was no' ""A' J..J.
THE .
coerced into giving up hit ( 'q4\i ;; \ ., ,' Sears Presents
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retention rights.A '. ;. '. .:... .
BEST PIZZAIN "
copy of the resignation must ..? ':' : \ Bride's World

TOWN! accompany the application for )t '. J. t. ,..4: \
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retirement submitted to the ; \, q\-:
OPEN DAILY f
IO AM MIDNIGHT! commission in each affectedarea. it J /#' .\" ; : Fashion Show
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5PM TUESDAY. MIDNIGHT: It is believed the new plan will ,.Y'.' ", \\ .';}'t" .,"'"
beneficial to the Navy by Ch ic' Auditorium
6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. prove t'A.. : ; .
making it possible to minimizethe 4:. '' : Theatre. Jacksorn
Phone Ahead For / ..! Jt \ t
FAST SERVICE! impact of and required will also reductionsin benefit ,,1 .'.' t x,.} ;'i : r) Saturday. March 21

387-2621 employees manpower by making it possible J r,; .' : ,1 : ;;; .' 1' 2:00: p.m. and 8:00: p.m.
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t i :l;a t's po' ... \ latest styles in

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\.J ., ... ..., ,. : '.1\: \ Sharon Richards, Sears
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Bridal I Consultant I
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be
0\Ot0 .A1 rd. <' .I..I" ...' ; will glad to

help you with every
.
; detail of your wedding.

y f .. \
4 l ..e Sear. ComenienlKa :
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you want to know exactly what your monthly paymentswill "
be. Here's a quick, easy way to find out without even

giving your name.
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Just phone and ask for our Checkpoint Service. Tell us how much

what payments will be. Then hang --------------------1. . \
you want. We'll tell you your t. | '" ; ;> : : '
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checkpoint or a check. Wedding Costs I 200 \\\'. Hut .M.. JaeUimille.. n.riclaW'2: : I

As Low As $350 at Sears II PI..II..S.I; .._Tirkel- Bride* VI'orldrVl.i.mMiou. I II
I Prefer lhe2.nOHIMIMi: ) : ,u.

;':' Wedding Dress .... SWI Flowers ...................... :>;7I; I I I
Handmade Veil .... 8.10\ Catered Reception ..... $75; I Ias"w ............................................................ I
Invitations ilOOi) : .... :::;:.tfl:\ Photography in color >ftlHjolMnMi I Idlm, .. ......................................................... I
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241 W. Forsyth St ........................................................................ 356-0735 DOWNTOWNIIOP

5256 Beach Blvd ........................................................................ 396.2895 .\TSKHSMSK: I Sears I 200 West Bay Street

4121 San Juan Ave. 384.2314 3533811OptnlOam ,
Sali'Jai limn; <>unranlrri{nr Tnnrl nrllmk liMOpm,
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4958 Soutel Drive 4, \II. lI..tllll"11t.I i | i.1 Monday thru Saturday
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Automatic Advancements Club Schedules



New Promotion Rules BLUEJACKETS(BIdg.3Annex INN) .

Tonight will feature the

\\ For 'A' School GradsThe Messenger tomorrow evening of the Masses the Four, and of

Clubs will appear on stage. The
Navy's program for class to qualify for automatic Autoharp will provide the en-
automatically promoting stripes in the following ratings: tertainment on Saturday, and on
selected graduates of certain AC, AG, AM, ASE, ASH, AQ, AT, Sunday there will be music by the
class 'A' schools has been AX, AW, BT, CS, AM, EN, ET, Soul Society. The Autoharp will
revised, and the list of eligible FT, GMM, IC, IM, MM, MT, OM, return on Monday and Tuesday,
.P rates has been trimmed down to RM, SF, SM, TD, and TM. and on Wednesday the Four of
accommodate current cutbackof For 14 ratings, graduates who Clubs will be there.
petty officers. are eligible for automatic
Previous rules provided promotion are restricted to the ACEYDUCEYCLUB
automatic advancement to the top 10 per cent. Those ratingsare
next higher pay grade for 'A' : AE, AK, AO, AZ, CT, DC, Dance to the music of the
ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL-Ma|. .J.' F. lavin, Marine school graduates with two yearsof DK, DS, DT, GMT, PH, PN, PR Clubsmen tomorrow evening,
Barracks commanding officer,presents the Navy Achievement Medalto
obligated time remaining fromat and RD. and be at the club Saturday nightto
the parents of Cpl. Fred McClain, Jr. who was awarded the medal
have been
least six years of service. Ratings which hear the Three Sounds.
for meritorious service from to June 194?.
posthumously Aug. 19(1 In accordance with BUPERS completely dropped from the
The honored the 20-year-old Marine who served with the
ceremony Notice 1430 of Feb. 11, the new automatic advancement CPO CLUBCountrywestern
Second Battalion, First Marine Division at Garrard and Mead
Bay rule allows only graduates' who program are: AB, ADJ, BU, CE,
River. Fred McClain Sr. is an employee at the Naval Air Rework finish in the upper-half of their CM, CYN, DP, EA, EO, JO, MR, music by

Facility MU, PM, PT, SK, SW, UT, and Tommy 'C' and the Seminoleswill

I I QM.The .. be featured at the Chiefs'
only specialists who willnot Club tomorrow night. On
be affected by the tightened Saturday there will be dancing to

'friE CONCIlE- 'COt.a'.afS OF. WC ;t<.i""t ,.'. ... ;.... .' .. '" ',..'';.' 'r ." ,").. '.:.. promotion policy are graduatesof the music of Mark Castle, and on
...... i'.!I.." ,I... 'd'd'uY' :!!'I"I"', ''' 'I "',1'. I.. ." ,' ""(" (" .. 'J I EOD
v .. and
JACKSOIJVILLC VCVLRANS "" ...."" ',.1.,1. : :;,"i%,,,.: .: / 1-" .', 'fttl.:' ':. :{ the UDT, SEAL Sunday John Thomas will be
COLISEt1MWILLLE1.1ESCE: ogwCLF,1 E" ; "<",.":",:.'...tl." .':'"'. .'"r.. '. !....., 'i kLp'v;: Jf.r;yTAE .x.;: <:.; ':.A'=t a' courses. They remain eligible for appearing on stage. Tuesday
AMA
INooO" Mo '\ ; : : : '.,' .. automatic promotion by' com- evening will feature Bud Davis
'
IlACI"Af\.OI2U'A :TittST)1""r' .1.-/,, .. .. ::: : .... : pleting the course and meetingall and
.,. and the Tunesters, on
1'I.JG-1="orzMOf'C.1'CL.'E CIl.JG- "ki; : ;' :'i t! !: I,. :'
:
: .
wu..vrEs--r11-fEsto'la... S Of'SOME" .. .. ",...,:. .'.. ". : ...1'.., ', ... other requirements. Wednesday the Clubsmen will

Of' faaE NATio t'S FiNESt PRo ? provide the entertainment.
'PIPERS AS fW:V GO OH THE1 '(
51.1CiC CoNCREsfE11ACIc MOrJ. ..k r' NewsBriefs Dental Care
NI"re-, MArlo.CJ1JJ. . . x .

For Children


Jax--Scheduling of appointments -
for eligible children

Jax-All civilain and 'military whose sponsor's birth month is
personnel are invited to donate March began I Monday.
blood to the Naval Hospital Blood Children of active duty and
Bank, Jacksonville. Hours of retired military personnelwhoare
operation are from 8 a.m. to 11 bonafide dependents between the
daily ages of six and 23 will be eligiblefor
a.m. Monday through
Friday. All donors are requestedto stannous fluoride treatment.
4 '.. call Ext 2495 at least 24-hours Appointments may be made by
,'p k. in advance to schedule appointments the sponsor or spouse at the
__:::; .* for donations. Dental Department AppointmentDesk
during normal working
..s hours. At that time they will be
.. The Waiting List for
,.. r 4 : / I Inadequate Public Quarters ((4 given a definite appointment and
\
.7 .. : / MMI Bedrooms) for which personnelin furnished materials and in-

', NO'f ll JG pay grades E-4 with 4 years structions.NO .
l LIIC>r E r1G service and above are eligible, is telephone appointmentswill
be taken. Each child will
near depletion. Eligible
per-
/ 't'IE / sonnel having four or more receive an oral examination, an
children, one of whom is over 12- oral hygiene demonstration and
i 5A years-old, may be assigned to lecture, an application of a
..,..' these quarters on a first-come, substance to inhibit tooth decay,
first-served basis. Eligible and dental health educational
personnel may file applicationswith material. NO x-rays will be

the Housing Office, Bldg.
902, Ext. 2114. taken.Where
/

'I / a I Is It?

See if you can answer this one
without looking around the
garage, shop, loading dock, or
I ytiDON'T > 4e officeWhere: is the nearest fire
extinguisher?'
If it took you more than 30
:: #n, seconds to answer, better do
Yr some doublechecking. Make sure
you know the location of all fire
extinguishers near your work
area-also,know how to use them.
to/V Any questions on when, where,
or how to use a fire extinguisher?

\...., Call Ext. 2451, fire station No. 1,
";" (4 ? or 2460 General Safety Office.
C-p:;

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Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors : 725.9566
Open 0800-1800 Monday thru Friday ;;> ::a Wd toke britii'care: ;"' STANDARD Open Mil 2 a.m. Fri.-Sat 12 p.m. Sun.thru Thurs.

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provisions for a Civil world for their goodwill projects.
Engineering: ( Corps (CKC: ) in the
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Seventy-five years later! the
Scabees were conceived by the Two of the latest Seabee
CKC; : ; one of the Navy's proudest developments are the SAT
units was born; and history as (Seabee Assistance Team) and
well as many a landscape, has KOCM: (Equipment: Operators, !
been altered since. Construction .Mechanic Teams! )
The fame, fortunes and 'war- concepts.
KlorieH' of the various units has Equipment: Operator First
born exploited many limes, but Class Gerald J J. llomewood
today's modern construction assigned to NAS Jaxksonvillc's
worker Is no longer( a ltlue.1 acketKtevadore 'Seabee Shack' has been in both
with a atoned (com the SAT and KOCM: programs.
plexion and I'opeye muscles He commented! on a fivemonthSAT ,
ak Instead he's more educated stay in Sans Tok, South ,
experienced and smarter His Vietnam. 'I 1 was part of a crew of
ability and know-how range from 13 that put in two wells helped
comshaw (one of the Seabees build a school and worked on a
Y
best trails to electronical small hamlet
', ,4SEABEE ) bridge for excess
Capt. Hardy crowns Miss
., ,:.) wizardry; from clearing! land to roads which we built We also hada
Sandy Dukes as the (1970 Seabee,
t), ( protecting( their own while hospital corpsman (who incidentally Queen. Strained
building in combat areas. spoke fluent Vietnamese -
The motto, 'We fight, We ) who administered! the
".,i." build,' has become an over MKDCAP: (Medical Assistance during rigorous training
CORPSMAN ASSISTS-Tht- Seabees'" MEDCAP programprovides worked cliche although it Program) along( with the team.' classes a tone of the major
Seabee bases. Like submarinersthey
remains the most honest MKDCAP consists of
mtdical I assistance for foreign peoples who don't have thefacilities treatingthe
do each and otherman's
description of this unit.They local natives for diseases and can every
themselves.' Here
corpsman applies a band aW to a Viet.
if
do much more than this should any of (the indigineous job necessary.
a- fkl.
May! populace require medical attention Home wood was also half of a i
The Seabees have progressed they are usually admittedto two man KOCM team in NongKa !
"- --- to the point where they not only the closest hospitals.The Thailand. 'We taught the I
I II
TRANS-MART contribute to the Navy and our SAT teams arc all cross- Thais equipment operations
road builiding and maintenanceof
I I heavy equipment,' he added.
You can sec they not only are
1-
TRANSMISSIONrJ i an integral( part: of Uncle Sam's
but also of
military system part
\ LjR-J our foreign policy.
YOU CAN TRUST
Add diplomacy to 'We Fight,
{, TRANSMISSION TO TRANSMART : We Build.'This is the 7o's and this

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KING BEE-'This mock-up was King Seabee at the Ball at the the jobs they undertake and
Mayport EM Club accomplish prompts one to recall
.t" General; Douglas MacArthur's
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most legendary military groupsin challenge. were hurriedly preparing an
the annals of warfare. During MacArthur's historic airfield for our new B-25's. This
The United States faced island-hopping campaign in the was to be our jumping off point
problems which seemed insurmountable Pacific the Seabees built air. for the invasion and eventual
,but the Seabees as strips, strategic command posts conquest of Japan and when time
well as the rest of our troops; in and many other istallations in was relevant-the Seabees were
Africa, Europe and throughoutthe record time. at their best.
Pacific, were equal to the At Iwo Jim In IMS the Seabees One example of heroism cameon
Iwo Jima during this tortuous
grind when a quick thinking
powershovel operator swung his !it1 ( '
bucket around and filled the w A .
mouth of two caves in a hurry I
when snipers' bullets began
s bouncing off his cab.
_
+ At Tinian, also during the run
to Japan, the Seabees were
pushed with what seemed like
one impossible task after
1 another. During the rigors of

constant work the motto of Tinian ... ....,..i ,
became, 'The difficult we do "
Immedia tely..the impossibletakes
a little longer.'
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SEABEES-No, it Isn't the new uniform of the
Name of Game: Devotion day, but another year passed Grandpa CEC turned 103 today too,
Ce migosh...
Devotion fits into the Seabees
3tr work. Here are men who work
innumerable hours for a salary.
They don't draw time-and-a-half
Y !, or double time. Forest InnBOTTLE
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SILVER BAR.L Tlg Robert C.
Bush (center) is congratulatedby
Captain R. T. Hardy,resident
officer in charge of Construction
Jacksonville Complex, upon
promotion to his new rank. The
lieutenant's wife, Carol, also
attended the ceremony.VON7 .

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RT' Tllli COLLAl'.sn; OF TilE TUMI) RCIMIHUC- William L. Shlrer .i'I

REVIEWED BY: Cdr. K.D. the Republic itself
Ir 4 strirkler. USN (Ret) France's 'Finest Hour is I
A detailed filnif c comprehensive revealed in her near defeat in t
_ Come help us celebrate the inquiry into the fall of one of the 1914 and the struggle at the battle ,
world's great republics and the of the Marne which resulted in an I'
total military defeat of what was infusion of strength, character
considered to be in 1940 its and national determination to
equally fine army. meet and turn back her historical
This is a major work and enemy. The heroes of 1914.1918
considerably more detailed than cross the scene in full battle dress
the author's award winning TilE throughout the following two
RISE AND FALL OF THE decades only to be swallowed
THIRD REICH. To the serious themselves in the overwhelmingevents
historian it is a fascinating of the thirties which un-
portrayal of events which are still dermine the Republic.The .
causing repercussions of a global reader's dismay finally
nature. To the casual reader turns to shock as an empire
some of the detail may be crumbles from within. Her
scanned without losing the greatest enemies were never the
a significance of events per hordes under Hitler, but the
sonalities and tragedies which ossification of French militrary
lead to one of the world's great thought and planning coupled
debacles. The lessons' to be with the pathos of impossible
learned can find proper settingsin political manuvering and
our own society today.Herein divisiveness.The .
lies one of the inherent values of
Mr. Shirer's study. excitement contained in
In a carefully written account the final chapters makes
the author has given the reader a fascinating (as well as tedious)
I- ringside seat to those events of reading. From those pages alonewe
the Franco-Prussian war of 1870, can understand the demise of
the collapse of the second many empires as well as
Napoleonic empire and the republics from the ancient worldto
formation of the Third Republic. our own of today. A great
The excellent reporting con- Republic a world wide empire
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MERLE noRmfln French national character and planes,a spirited and technically
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Limited Residence for SailorsBy

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Advancement opportunity in CPO B.E.MaroneyThe
the steward rating remains lower J
question of 'domicile' or 4
than in other ratings. As a result s"' Y !
career progression within this f :! 'legal residence' frequentlyarises ;: '

rating has been slowed to the with a serviceman, particularly t: .,
point of stagnation.To where state taxes, ,lr'
provide advancement op divorce, voting rights, and wills 'J.

portunity for junior petty officers are involved. I< .; -,. .

it is necessary to reduce Despite some popular belief to }% .....<1If' ,] /
the numbers of stewards serving
,
1i the contrary, everyone must be a (
over20years. This means that to resident of some state. You .
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serve beyond
years i cannot be a 'citizen at large' of :
day-for-day service you must be L the United States. The term ,. '
serving in pay grade E-7 or aboveor is "'' ""# ( ",
broadly
domicile or legal .
be a first class petty officer FINISHING TOUCH-Master Chief 0. H. Vogel applies his '''. ,
defined as the place where a man 11\\ I
who has passed the test for 'master's' touch to the newly acquired VP-16 Battle Efficiency 'E' I
has his true,fixed and permanenthome
Chief
promotion to the next higher while the Eagles' skipper Cdr. R. H. Schulze, and executive officer, Maroney I
grade. Cdr. E, R. Nordtvedt, act as quality control. VP-16 was honored with and principal establishment Some of the actions which a
and to which, whenever he his
take to show
serviceman
Those eligible to continue the annual award based on the highest score obtained in competitionwith can
is absent, he has the intention of
state
in overall readiness required to domicile in a particular I
serving beyond 20 years will need other units the operational '
specific approval from the Chiefof successfully complete a combat mission. Specifically, it designatedthe returning. are: I
Naval Personnel. Eagles as the best Patrol Squadron in Fleet Air Wing 11 and one A domicile is acquired at birth ((1)) Register and vote, by absentee I
In order to be considered for of the top three on the entire East Coast, and remains that of the parents ballot is I
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must demonstrate capabilities of establishment, and establisheshis (3) Keep your
sustained superior performanceand registered in your
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naval environment. domicile he is in
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developed cooperatively by the had immediately prior to entering your membership, bank
Departments of Defense and the service unless and until
You do not need a
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utilization of the valuable domicile.In .
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states. of her husband until they are FAETULANT Del.
All hospital corps personneland separated or divorced and the Commissary Stores,
Open for your convenience 6am.10 p.m. those desiring to enter these children's is that of the person in Hospital, Navy
fields, who are within 90 days of whose legal custody they are. Station, Disease
road servicepick up & delivery separation, and are planning on This matter of domicile is of Center, Resident
returning to Texas are urged to prime importance to a ser- Fleet Weather
mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars visit or call the Project Transition viceman who is constantly FICEUR, Navy
Site, Bldg. 955, NAS moving from place to place, and Regional Office of fIIo"IfII
Jacksonville. Phone 772-2167 for he should be prepared atall timesto Manpower fIII
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Jacksonville. Florida
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r Per additional line (4 words per line) $0.50 Grey.
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CLERICAL JOBS OF WIVES ALL KINDS I lair. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern NAS: 'DARBY O'GILL AND

Joblmders 1312 Casa t 387 S626 or 1022 'trailer and Apts. 389 3007 GUITAR LESSONS THE LITTLE PEOPLE'-Color WEDNESDAY MARCH

F'.uk Street, 354 7888. Meadowbrook Bellair class now fantasy starring Sean Conneryand '
MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLE NAS: 2001: A SPACEODYSSEY'Color
enrolling Classes in M B civic center. ,Janet Munro. G-E (90
(A/alea Mobile Home Park) 'i/4Mile Phone 3M 4718. drama
MECHANICAu..tin North of NAS, lots and rentals Near mins). starring Keir Duella and Gary
Mealy MG IK. Only mechanicexperienced schools and shopping center Clean, HOSPITAL: 'FILE OF THE Lockwood. G-D ((160 mins),
in engine & broke work and reasonable rales. Manager on GOLDEN GOOSE'

need apply 387 7581. Ask for Donis. promises. Children and pets '.."'.';:; TRANSPORTATION. pi; REBELS'The HOSPITAL: 'BEACH BOY
welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3899226. -
SATURDAY MARCH

OPENINGS NOW
RIVERVIEW MOBILE HOME PARK
f or man or woman to distribute NAS 'CHANGE OF HABIT'-
For Rent Riverfront' mobile home AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast :
In this BARN
known products
nationally Training given good income spaces for people who care. Quiet, and West Coast 353 3691 Color musical starring Elvis
area large shaded tots, with large patios,
and Moore.
part) or lull lime. Attend group Interview Presley Mary Tyler
streets, excellent drinking
paved
GALORE/
George Washington Hotel. water & no mosquitoes Free boat G-E ((93 mins). BARGAINS/
Plantation Room 8 p.m March 9th.MISCELIANEous dockage. Adults only 12 miles So. of HOSPITAL: 'DARBY O'GILL The famous BARN, Florida's

NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 al Black Creek. 1949 YAMAHA AND THE LITTLE PEOPLE' oldest & largest discount house
.)' Ph. ((904)) 284 3369, Green Cove 180 cc $425. Cecil Ext. 162 during day save you more everyday. Just a
,: : alter 4 781 3343. 'few of the bargains are sofa
... "...... .....,.... .'", 1 Sprin,) SUNDAY MARCH K bed suits many 2 piece only $69.95 two

twin beds complete $59.95, maple
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196$JAVELIN
tii;: \ '. iIl'AL" ESTATE. :/:.":'.;:: ":; NAS: 'A MAN CALLED bunkbeds complete $58.00, four
wrrrreri.rrrrrrr, PS, PB, AC, Tinted Windows, AT, piece bedroom suit (dresser,
DO YOU WANT TO BE Bucket Seats, Polyglass Tires 343 GANNON'-Color western mirror, chest, bookcase bed)
A DISC JOCKEY? cub. in. enq., $2200. 264 8483. starring Tony Franciosa and $59.95,9x12 linoleium$4.95 carpet
I or information dial 356B3SI HIDDEN WATERS Michael Sarrazin. R-G ((105 $13.00 1.3 off on all lazy.boy
Acres of high dry wooded home sites.Permanent .
recliners,double size box spring or
vacation, retirement. 16 FT. BOAT mins), inner spring mattress $19.00,
Walerlronl' & water access Sensible 40 H.P. Motor & Trailer. $400. Call HOSPITAL: 'CHANGE OF student desk $23.95, large selectionof
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS prices, low taxes, terms. Standing 786 0950. $3.95 rollaway
table
Consoles Some with AM FM, tape Blvd., 770 B, RI. 220 left 709 Iwo HABIT'MONDAY lamps$22.95, oak porch
beds complete
At dealers cost to liquidate MARCH 9
players. "'ilt... LaRue's 725 3992. swing $10.95, king size foam set ((2 I
Phone 771 0409.
stu( k. Full warranty
W7 MUSTANGV box springs, 1 mattress) $69.95,
8, AT, 384 2620. NAS: 'BABY LOVE'-Color large selection of unfinished
UNIVERSAL FOR SALE OR RENT furniture, metal cabinets and sinks
Sewing Machines House and Apls. Equity VA &FHA at savings galore. BankAmericard
Ten To Sell resales. Low down. Call Powell or or Master Charge welcome.
Scratched in handling. Makes butlonhnles Mills, USN Ret 264 2411. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
fancy designs, blind hems, ORANGE PARK REALTY '
monograms. 20 yr. guarantee. 5 yr. MILITARY-FREE NOTARY I
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MM Wilson Blvd 771 5028. Dock & Boathouse In city limits. 908 Now-3 Big Locations

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AUTO AC Appt. 284 33\\3. Youl I

Window units, Central units cleaned # I WEST SIDE
checked & charged for summer LAKE SHORE
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and| Air Conditioning Lake Shore location Either FHA terms or owner NouS 388-9101
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payment. $17,500 total. 384_6863. view is only 1 block east of
Edgewood & Beaver.
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6 weeks old. 4 males available Call OAK HILL PARK # 2 SOUTHSIDE
alter 4 p n1. 771 1764. 3 lilt, 7 Balh, Cen. heal & AC, Fenced 4525 Beach Blvd.
back yard S'4' FHA. 7939 Volvo SI. 724-1277

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To drive my car, 1967 Chevy I II I Nova 3 _U V a AM WNEED A BIG SWIMMING POOL 10S1 Broad St.
spd, 'to San Dieqo, Calif before
355-8024
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PARK

LAUNDROMAT FOR SALE 7 BW., Apis, 'lung or unlurn. Dishwasher
Established Laundromat' & Dry Carpels, Drapes' li/abetli
Cleaning Agency combined. Showinga Apis., 771 1405 or 771 3355 GUARANTEE

profit & near Regency Square 724

7398 ORANGE PARK ... 100% ...

For Rent, I BR, 2 Bath, House, WW
TWO PUPPIES carpel Cent Heat & AC. New. Furn.
I 1.11. lorry, and lun. Six weeks old or Unlurn. Adults Only. 764 6843 alter We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance inspection. Then we tuned up, tightenedand
//709I7 430. replaced everything that needed it. And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or
: replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and double
check.

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'lake lip ,payments' on stereo console. Can fully lurn. if. desired. $75. per mo.
4. speed' record chancier stereo water 'furn. Near River, 5 Point
combination radio.' Balance'due $63 or Shopping Center, Garden Club 67 FORD GALAXIE $1795 63 VW SEDAN $895
Art Gallery,
Cummer
Women's Club
$B per month. Phone 353 1946 night or &
Park. LR, BR, Bath, '500' 2 Door, HT Loaded, Like Newl! Radio Heater
day Will, deliver" no oblic!<1lillll. AI II I & Memorial '
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side porch. Baby & cats welcome but Radio & Heater, Auto Trans 2 Door, Radio & Heater

no dogs as have cat Telephone. atiernoon 69 VW SEDAN $1800 69VWSQUAREBACKAutomatic $2695Radio
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& Heater. Air Cond., R&H.
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im( h wide 11\1.,1 sporl I car I lires. Ph. 777 PARK 68 VW SEDAN $1600 68 VW SQUAREBACK $2295
::116A..k fur John Ware. 7 BR., furn., AC, 5 nuns lo NAS. TV, Radio & Healer. Air Cond., R&H.
linens, ,utensils optional. Will rent to 67 VW SEDAN $1150 68 VW FAST BACK $1995

TAD personnel or bachelors. 264 6884. Radio & Heater White. 4 Spd., Air.

Heclroom EARLY, lamps AMERICAN, Make oiler. 384 66 VW SEDAN $1200 66 VW FAST BACK $1495Radio
76/0 & Heater. Radio & Heater

CAMDEN 65 VW SEDAN $1100 66 KARMANN GHIA $1495Radio

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SINGER AUTOMATIC 12x60 2 No Bedroom-2 Hall Bath 64 VW SEDAN $995 65 VW DELUXE BUS $1350

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balaiu e $67 or reliable p.II'Y' assume & 4x5 Shed
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From NASJax
1964 the Board of stidudent and endorsed by the
Managers of the Navy Relief father or guardian with the un- Representatives of the
Society decided to establish an derstanding that enforcement of Navy's Underwater Demolition
Educational Fund for the purposeof payment from the endorser will Team (UDT) will be at the NAS
providing money to dependent not be made if the student dies Theatre March 10 to give
children of service personnel for before payment is completed. presentations on the team's
education at accredited collegesor Payment on loans are normally purpose and the qualifications of
for vocational training expected to start not later than its members.
following graduation from high six months after the student
school. graduates or leaves full-time Performances will be at 9 a.m.
f Children eligible for assistanceare attendance at undergraduate or and 1 p.m., and all interested
unmarried dependent sons vocational school, whichever Navymen between the ages of 18
and daughters (including step- occurs first. and 30 are encouraged to attend.In .
children and legally adopted High school senior or graduates -
children) of: the regular Navy applying for assistance must order to be eligible for UDT
and Marine Corps; the reserved submit a transcript of all high training, a volunteer must have a
components thereof when on schoolwork to date. Students who GCT score of at least 45 and a
extended active duty; the retired are attending college must minimum of 30 months obligated
list of regular Navy and Marine submit official transcript of all service upon reporting to the
Corps and Reservists who are in college work to date. Sufficient training center.In .
I receipt of retired or retainer pay, credits must have been earned addition to scholastic
after 20 years of active duty in each year for unconditional : training, the 26-week UDT course
those services or have been promotion.Complete.
I includes rugged calesthenics and
1,, retired physically for service applications must be practicle exercises. Students are
connected disability whle mailed to The Navy Relief .. ..I .. .. ..
.. on ,. ; .rr-- .. also instructed in first aid and life
active duty; members of' the Society, Room 1030, Munitions LLa -.M"-p.., ,+_..)""'tI '.,,,' 4- saving techniques.
Fleet Reserve; and in time of Building,Washington, D.C. 20360, ; cOLDEST <
war, the U. S. Coast Guard, when not later than March 15, 1970. AND YOUNGEST..RAdm. Kennith R. Wheeler, SC, USN, There is presently a continuing
serving as part of the U.S. Navy. Each application will be requirement for both officers and
and Ens. David Young, SC USN, share the cake cutting honors which
,. Dependents may be children of reviewed and the loan awardedon enlisted volunteers, and non-
marked the 175th birthday of the Naval Supply Corps. The anniversary
living or deceased personnel but the basis of the specific need ball, was held Saturday at the Candlelight Restaruant rated men are particularlyneeded.
i must not have attained the age of and the merits of the applicants' aboard NAS Jax. .
; 23 prior to entering college or eligiblity.

., : school.In arriving at the amount-of the

t \ student's financial need for one NATT Center In The NewsBy .1
i, school year, all resources which
: may be expected for school expenses -
are taken into account.
These include parents' support, a
portion of student's savings, SN Pat Williams three team trophies.The trophy with a 171 game., Stanley Crosby is the new
student's summer earinings and Jax Members of the NATTC first place winner was the In the high series handicap president, Chief Edwards of AE
work during the school year, Intramural Mixed League Officers' Team, the number two trophies, J. Linn got a 671 high School is new treasurer, and
other scholarships and feasted on steaks, chicken and spot was won by the AO No. 2 series handicap to take the men's NATTC Legal's YN1 Phil Ott will
educational loans. shrimp at their bowling banquet team, and the Sparkles, an AE trophy, and Barbara Wallace gota be the new secretary.If .
The NEED is the amount Friday evening at the Fleet 'A' School team, placed third. 612 to take the women's trophy.A you're NATTC. and want to
remaining after subtracting all Reserve Association on Collins Capt. Kennedy presented all member of the Devil Dogs enter a team contact Chief
resources from the total college Road. The banquet marked the of the trophies, except one. Jack No. 1 team, Jack McCorkle, was Crosby at AO 'B' School, Ext.
budget for one school year. close of the winter bowling McCorkle, president of the awarded the men's high game 3814.
The loans are made without season. bowling league, presented the handicap trophy for his 266 score, -
interest and are evidenced by Twelve individual trophieswere captain his trophy, which he won and Rita Bivins took the women's He started out as an AO, went
promissory notes signed by the given out in addition to as a member of the first place trophy with a 230 total. from there to AQ, then to AE, and
team. To add to his ,high, series finally ended 21 years of naval
(5 Taking an individual trophy for scratch trophy, G. Gannon also service as a lieutenant. That's a
( MOVE INTO 'The SPOILER' men's high average was J. received the award for most very bried description of Lt.
McCommon of the AO No. 2 improved man bowler. B. Gilbert E. McGauley's ,Navy
:::*:*:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Team. He had an average of 184. Mallory was the women's most career.
7 Thewomen's high average winner improved bowler. There were 13
was Jean Rowe with a 166. She teams in the NATTC league. Lt. McGauley was piped over
bowls with the AO No. l's. G. Though Friday night was the the side Monday as his family,
%JMATADOII Cannon apd K. Gannon took the close of the season, the laneswon't military and civilian friends
women's with a 452 series.E. be idle for long. The new looked on.
Gillespie won the men's high season begins next week.In He had been training officer at
APARTMENTS game scratch trophy with a 238 preparation for this, new AE School since arriving here 18
game, and 'Cookie' Kennedy, the league officers were also chosenat months ago from the USS
CO'. wife. won the women's the banauet. AO School's Chief Saratoga.The .

1, 2 aid 3 ledroom ApirtneRts lieutenant started out as an
from enlisted aviation ordnancemanand
T $138 month
attended, as well as helped
FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED move, the AO School from
Memphis to Jacksonville in 1951.
: AN APARTMENT COMMUNITY WITH SEPARATE inJ1
COMPLEXES FOR SINGLES, FAMILIES, ADULTS He was also at Jacksonvillefrom
1961 to 1964 while attachedto
CO-ORDINATED S WALL TO WALLCARPETING
) VAP-62 and considers
MEDITERRANEAN and Jax one
FURNITURE CO.ORDINATEDDRAPES of his more interesting duty
[ stations. He received his commission -
ABUNDANCE OF
in 1964.Lieutenant .
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he Of Drugs and The Lonely Crowd


on (Following is the first of a three part of etecerpts! from remarks
by Commisswner Larry A. Dear ter1tS' r
VS ervl" Agency, New York
ve City. His talk, "Of Drug and The Lonely Crowd," was delivered at the
l'S annual awards luncheon of the Advertiiing Council, incorporated)

of It is currently fashionable to distinguish between program which will involve 5,000 addicts over the Mountains of material have been written about the
abuse of "hard" drugs and abuse of "soft" drugs. By next five years. This is a beginning. With more hallucinogenic: LSD, STP, and various products of
hard drugs I mean those drugs which are opiates or money and time to train staff, we will grow, so it the cannabis plant. I am sure you have all read about
n. opiate derivatives, such as heroin and morphine. Co- is fair to say we are on our way toward a solutionto the effects of these drugs on sensory perceptions,
ed caine, a derivative of the leaf of the coca bush should the problem of rehabilitating hard drug abusers. motor responses, and emotional) reactions.
18 also be included such in ,this category. Stimulants and We know a great deal less about soft drug abuse. Marijuana is also classified as an hallucinogen. It
id. depressants hallucinogenic, as amphetamines such and barbitu- We cannot even estimate the number of people in is one product of the cannabis plant, and is more a
and drugs
rates as LSD and the City who misuse soft drugs. We cannot measure quantitative than a qualitative description of. the
into the soft
fall
drug .
)T cannabis, category.The the cost of abuse in loss of human potential. We do drug. The amount of the chemical cannabinol in the
? a distinction between "hard" and "soft" drugsis know that whatever portion of the population is involved cannabis preparation determines the potency as
a one with which I am not comfortable because it the percentage is growing, particularly in well as the descriptive name of the drug that re-
ed suggests that while addiction to "hard" drugs must the younger age groups. sults. The cannabis drug with the highest cannabinol
he be serious, abuse of soft drugs, while bothersome, And we know this: In 1966, the Federal Food and content-and thus the most potent-is called hash
must not be of great consequence. I am afraid that Drug Administration stated that four billion, five ish. Marijuana is one of the weaker cannabis pro-
people who speak of the relative harmlessness of hundred million amphetamine and barbiturate pills ducts. The degree of cannabinol in marijuana itself
soft drugs tend themselves to belong to communities and capsules manufactured in the United States an- varies, so that some has more potency than others.
-Ic
where soft drug use is the most prevalent. This ten-
'send dency to externalize the problem as being someone Use Not LimitedSoft
else's serves only to prolong the inevitable confron
re tation with reality: soft drug abuse is truly de- 'Hard'and 'Soft' drug use is not limited to young people. Our
ife structive. Drugs, generation gave birth to the barbiturates and to r.t
the amphetamines. To the pills: Some of us can't
Hard Drug AbuseWe Varieties and Problems sleep without them; others can't stay awake or func-
tion physically without them, and even more gobble
ngnd know a great deal about hard drug abuse. We
them in increasing amounts to lose weight or to relieve -
know that there are between 60,000 and 100,000 he- anxiety.We .
m'Iy- roin addicts in New York City. We know that addic
tion is the largest cause of health-related deaths in nually were diverted into illegitimate channels and have created a vocabulary not specifically drug
the 15-30 year old age group in the City. We know millions more were imported annually. oriented but sharing the same attitudes that area
that hard drug addicts, more often than not, steal We know some of the effects of soft drugs. Bar part of the drug syndrome: "there must be an
millions of dollars annually in goods to support their biturates are physically addicting and can cause easier way" for example, or "take a drink, you'll feel
- habits. Addicts account for much of the cost of the brain damage. Amphetamines or stimulant drugs, although better." It is hardly any wonder then, that the
police, correction, court, welfare and hospital sys- perhaps not physically addicting, can cause younger generation have their own signs and sym
tems in the City. temporary or permanent psychosis. Methadrene, bols that constantly remind us of the presence of
We have developed some answers to the hard known the vernacular as "speed," is perhaps the drugs in our "midst: "turning on," ""getting high"
drug problem however. We have city operated treat- most dangerous amphetamine. It is in wide use "freaking out, "getting into a bag.
- ment facilities and community centers where addictsor among young people today, and is often times used Finally, we have created: the distinct concept that
their families or their neighbors can become in intravenously as ia heroin. in this country, with its affluence and technlloglcal
;w volved in the rehabilitation process. We have groups Glue sniffing can produce many of the symptomsof advances, there is no need for anyone to really be
iE which involve relatives of addict The City now amphetamine abuse. We have seen seven year olds unhappy. If unhappiness exists, there is a way to fib
ndrill sponsors a new methadone maintenance research who are habitual abusers of glue preparations. it up.

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*t. WASHINGTON, (Family Editor) -second, readmission within 30 professional personnel.For -Exception. Purchases of drugs WAREHOUSEDirect
I Many medical services are days of discharge for treatmentof outpatient care, a patient not administered during from factory to you
available to eligible dependentsand the same condition are con- pays the first $50 (the deduc hospitalization are always COMPARE Quality & Price
mt retired military personnel. sidered to be a part of the original table) which includes considered an outpatient cost and : '
CASH& CARRY ,
nd These health care benefits are admission.In prescription drugs each fiscal are always subject to satisfactionof Corner Roosevelt ft St. John .
under the Civilian Health and such cases, the patient will year, plus 25 per cent of the the outpatient deductible Can you afford not to compare?
;rala Medical Program of the be required to pay the ap- charges over the $50 deductable. requirement.
Let Uniformed. Services (CHAM- propriate charge predicted on the A family of two or more pays a
vy PUS). total number of days of maximum of $100 deductable
Care in civilian facilities is hospitilization, as though all care each fiscal year, plus 25 per cent
authorized for all eligible was provided during a single of the charges in excess of $100.
er dependents and retired mem- admission. Dependents of deceased active ZAoC
[
ds bers. Dependent parents and Out-patient Care duty and deceased retired per-
parents-in-law are not eligible for sonnel are also eligible for the BY_ BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS ,
any type of civilian health For outpatient care active duty benefits.
at benefits regardless of the circumstances dependents pay the first $50 (the Coverage -i I Ir.
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reasonable charges over the $50 duty dependents and retired

an For inpatient care, active duty deductable. ,members and dependents, for
an dependents pay the first$25 of the However, a family of two or outpatient care which is directly
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1m whichever is greater, for each deductable plus 20 per cent of the considered inpatient care in I
>1. incident of hospitilization. The reasonable fees in excess of$100. computing the patient's share of
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the hospital bill for authorizedcare -Pregnancy. All care relatingto
and the reasonable fees of For inpatient care, the patient the pregnancy when a
Ine professional personnel. pays 25 per cent of the hospital maternity patient is hospitalizedfor
Ity There are two advantageous charges and of reasonable fees of delivery or is otherwise
m- exceptions to this provision: the professional perssonnel. The hospitalized for the proper --r---1;

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Elite Rework Group Has Tools, Men of STRAAD...

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NARF employees joins the elite association of conditions, several NARF
perform their daily work at the former STRAAD team mem- Jacksonville people have served
Rework Facility here' at the bers.' two or more tours with STRAAD.In .
' Naval Air Station and rarely, if The certificates were attestedto describing the work ac
+ ever, travel elsewhere to accomplish by Capt. L. F. Hardy Jr., complishments of these former
I their duties. deputy commander Fleet Air STRAAD team members, Capt.
Since 1966, however, a select Western Pacific, and Cdr. J. 0. Heile emphasized 'the vital work
group of about 45 local civilian Rice, STRAAD officer. done by these NARF civilians
employees have volunteered for The local presentations were contributed significantly to the
and served two to twelvemonthtour made in appropriate ceremoniesby operational readiness of naval
with STRAAD (Special Capt. D. H. Heile, NARF aircraft in the Vietnam area.
Techniques for Repair and commanding officer. Their unselfish devotion to duty
r Analysis of Aircraft Damage) STRAAD personnel respond has been in keeping with the '
headquarters operating out of immediately to evaluate and highest traditions of the naval ::
NAS Cubi Point in the Philippine repair damaged fleet aircraft at service.'
+ Islands. Cubi Point, aboard Yankee NARF STRAAD team mem- '
On Feb. 24 these employees Station carriers, in Okinawa, in bers include: J. T. Baty, H. A. "
were recipients of STRAAD Japan, or elsewhere. Babbel, R.J.Benzing, R. Bryson, J' :$
r service recognition awards which STRAAD assignments require A.B. Clifton, W. C. Cooper Sr., B.
certify that the individual 'has skill, adaptability, and Corlew, J. L. Cowan, D.L. Cribb, "VA
:. distinguished himself as a willingness to travel at any hourof ,J. F.Darrah,W. A. Engleman, L. r
+ STRAAD team member and any day, under all conditions. C. Fisher, G. J. Gosik, J. Haines,
+ displayed the highest degree of Personnel must be physicallyand J. B. Harper, A. Jacobsen, C. C.
professionalism and dedication to mentally able to work long Jernigan, V. K. Jones, L. J.
duty.' hours underdifficult situations,to Karpf. R. D. Linderfelt, H. E.
'He was required to travel on serve away from home, and to Linderman, M. N. Lindsey, D.
+ short notice to damaged aircraftat exhibit the desire to do the best Luvisi Jr., R. H. Mast, R. D.
sea and in hostile en possible job for STRAAD and the Melton, A. R. Mueller, K. G.
vironments. He is to be eternally United States Navy. Even under Parks, L. P.. Phillips, S. K. H. f
? recognized and acclaimed as he these rigorous working and living Rives, M.J. Rogers, A. M. Sirkel, .
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+ both Division 7000 employees, EQUIPMENT. WE PAY HOURS: 8:308:30: :
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romoted members are: HMl Jance E. Hatfield, HMCS Cecil P. year veteran was administeredthe Frames Shop ships-over for three years with Cdr. M. C. Premo administering -
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DISCHARGED ENLISTED-.AC1 Paul W. Plalittd accepts his
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a officer, before he Is shipped over for two years. Plaisted, who has
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VA-81 Drubs VA-174 in Finals .



Iiifr2H411' To Earn Fairfax Cage TitleJaxVA



81 of Cecil Field used grab the lead from the hot. oooooooooooooooo
; all the hustle left in them to whip shooting 'champions. It took the
VA-174 97-83 Saturday and balanced scoring of S. A. Askew Jax--In winning the
ti capture the 1970 ComFairJax 24 points,J.Wilson,20 points, andV. ComFairJax Basketball
basketball championship.Led Hendrickson, 19 points, to pull championship VA-81
by Bill Dailey's 26 points out the final decision for VA-81. CinCLantFlt qualified to compete in the
VA-81 grabbed an early lead but VA-174 weren't without stan Tournament
being held this
week at
VA-174 kept the pressure on douts of their own as George
1 xl throughout the contest trying to Worsham popped in 22 points, Charleston, S.C. No scores
were available at
: k Frank Blake hit for 20 and Gary press
time.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
Johnson added 19.

TWO MORE (left) .. VA.81 In the semi-finals VA-174
cashes in for another twopointerin drubbed VA-37 92-65 as Frank
last Saturday's title game Blake was the standout on offense I
against VA-174. with 37 points. Gary Johnson
added 28 to prime 174 for the
championship. R. Teague led
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VA-37 with 21 points.

SURE STOPPER (below) .. Thisis
one shot that didn't go In for .
VA-81 as VA-174 temporarily put
a halt to their scoring. VA-81 won
Na : the contest by whipping VA-174
97-83 for the Fairfax title. ,
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Cecil Field Downs Jax Navy 1IrreroW



For Second Time in Ping PongJax tI

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The Jax and Cecil Field Cecil tied the matches a second had little trouble over a tired JaxI I CApER. .
table tennis teams met last weekin time on Bob Bradley's win over team as Skidmore and Horton I .
a rematch after Cecil capturedthe Jim Lester 21-6 2116. In the whipped Cross and Campbell 21
first meet of the season and deciding game Cecil's Ed Reyes 18, 21-14, Bradley and Oesswcin I
they kept their record intact whipped Bob Moser 21-14,21-16 to took Linn and Lester 21-18, 21-13,
although they had to go into a give Cecil Field the singles title. and Dacuba and Hinderlightmade
'sudden death to do it. The doubles as in the first it a clean sweep by taking
In the opening singles matches match of the season, went to Jax Williams and Weisner.
Frank Cross of Jax beat Cecil's as Williams and Weisner downed 1
Pete Henderlight 16-21 21-11 and Horton and Skidmore 21-19 21- Little League
21-18 and Guy Campbell followedhis
15.Cross
teammate by taking two and Campbell followed
straight over John Skidmore 21- their teammates but not without Needs MentorsJax
15, 21.1?. working for it, as they nipped
Cecil bounced back to even the Bradley and Oesswein 25-23, 16- .. The Navy Ortega
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Jay Hueweisner 21-17 21-18 and derlight salvaged the final game looking for two baseball mindedmen
Ben Dacuba downed Jax's Jim for Cecil by downing Linn and who would like to manage 327 V-8, automatic, transmission
Linn, 21-17. 19-21. 2112. Jax then Lester 21-12 2114. little league ball teams during the C-$ factory air,
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1 working knowledge of the gameof brakes, R&H, WW tires,
: basketball Jordan led the Red Darters baseball and is expected only No. 158.
resumed following the Corn- with 25 points while Bob Larson to manage the club. No personal
Fair Jax basketball tournament notched 24 for the losers. expense is involved and all car 67
with action in the American VW-4, after showing surprising pools and secretarial work is CHEVROLET! $1295
I League Monday. strength in the tournament taken care of by the parents.
AFEES opened play at King blasted Admin 74-56 with Interested men, civilian or
Hall by whipping NATTC 55-31 Bob Bakkila hitting 19 and Bob military personnel should 2 Door, Sedan, 283 V-8,
' with V. Hawkins firing in 18 Dombroski adding 16 for the contact Steve Risley at 398-3036 automatic transmission,
points to lead AFEES. Dick Hurricane Hunters. Art Cronk during the day and 384-3183 at R&H, WW tires.
Mullin popped in 15 in a sup- was high man for Admin with 15. night.
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VP-45 got right back in the Jax-All captains of the a.m. The purpose of the
winning column following their intramural golf teams for meeting is to discuss 2 Door, Hardtop, V-8,
disaster in the FairJax tournament the spring and summer whether competition will be ( automatic transmission
and promptly dumped matches are asked to attend played over 18 or 9 holes ', factory air,power steering,
Fleet Weather Facility 63-59. a meeting in the and whether match or R&H, WW tires.
I Athletic Office, Wed medal play will determinethe
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