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Creation Date: March 12, 1970
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VOL. 27 NO. 49 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 12, 1970 ;




Ribbon Cutting Highlights Gala ,

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Opening of New Chiefs' Club :



Jax-Area chief petty officers their wives and guests celebrated during the .
gala opening of the new $443,435 Chief Petty Officers Mess (Open) here March 5.

An estimated 500 people packed the club as retired Vice Adm. Robert J. Stroh,

who was serving as Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville when ground was brokento

build the new club praised Navy CPO's in brief remarks prior to the official

.opening ceremony.The .

retired three-star officer
said that during his more than 40- facility for the hundreds of active C. Franklin, who offered the
years service he had found, and duty and retired Jacksonvillearea invocation and benedicitlon.
still considers, CPO's to be 'the chiefs, as well as those in The Fleet Air JacksonvilleBand
backbone of the Navy.; other services eligible to provided dance music
Prior to the ribbon cutting, patronize the club. following theopening
colors were presented by a ceremonies, and a guest book
special color guard provided by CO's Invited was available for those wishing to
I the Naval Air Technical Training record their attendance at the
Center for the occasion and the Among the 500 attending the affair.
playing of the National Anthemby opening were commanding of. Other Features
the Commander Fleet Air ficers of tenant commands
Jacksonville Band. aboard station who were in- The club is air conditioned and
.. ...............__ _.1. _I. troduced by Chief Kemp duringthe has a stag bar, package store,
RIBBON "unuft :Sharing ribbon cuffing honors .i the opening VI
and cocktail
the new Chief Petty.Officers Mess (Optn) March 5 were (I Ito r) H.A. Cut Ribbon ceremony. lounge.
'Chuck' Fuller club manager; Capt. B.W. Dean, NAS Jax executive Others taking part in the Chief Kemp said that there will
officer; and SKCM John Kemp, president of the CPO Club advisory Sharing ribbon cutting honors ceremony included Chuck Fuller, be an open house at a later dateso
group. were Capt. Byron W. Dean, NAS who said he hoped to make the that area chiefs will be able to
Jacksonville executive officer; club 'the best in the Navy and invite their friends to see their
Navy Backs Saturday's Master Chief Petty Officer .{.ohn Chaplains John C. Carnes and R. new recreation club facility.
Kemp, president of the club's
advisory group; and H. A.
'Chuck' Fuller, club manager. EDITORIAL
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Scout 'Good Turn Day'JaxThis The new club is the .first
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building to be designed and built
Saturday is the day, the North Florida Amateur Radio specifically as a Chief Petty Toward Better Medical Care
and the Navy will be there, led by Society will coordinate their Officers Club aboard the station.
the Commander Fleet Air movements from a headquartersunit Prior to the opening, a converted Probably the single best benefit the Navy offers for the
Jacksonville, when North Florida set up at the Goodwill offices. barracks had served as a club Navyman and his family is free medical care. These days when
Boy Scouts begin bringing in the price of medical care is going up at an alarming rate, it ;
22,000 bags of clothing and small becomes even more significant that the man in uniform has
repairable household items to the f peace of mind knowing that no huge medical bill looms in the
Goodwill Industries as their helpin future should he or a member of his family become seriously ill.
Good Turn Day 1970. Capt. C. W. Lewis Jr., and the doctors and entire staff at the
The annual drive, which began Jacksonville Naval Hospital are interested in providingthe
last Saturday when the scouts finest medical care anywhere but they need the
dropped off the bags that will be 1A.V cooperation of everyone eligible for care at their facility.The .
collected this Saturday, will number of visits to the outpatient clinics at the
provide jobs for the handicapped Jacksonville Naval Hospital have increased an average of 10
workers of the Goodwill In- percent over last year in spite of a reduction in hospital funds
dustries for the next year. and personnel. Increased visits have been particularly heavy in
The bags will be delivered to after-hours and weekend visits to the General Practice'Clinic
the Lenox Ave. headquarters of and Emergency Room. ,
Goodwill where 150 sailors, led by It has been estimated that 40 percent of these after-hours
RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., visits could have been made during the day when full staffingwas
the chairman of the 1970 drive, available since no true emergency existed in any of those
will unload and stack them to be cases.
used later. Each bag will provide For example, one lady has been seen five times since the first
: four hours of work for a Goodwill of the year, all out of hours, and only on one occasion was the
1. worker during the next year. visit in the nature of emergency. Her most recent evening visit
Busses for Good Turn Day was because the dog chewed up her medicine (ear drops) and
personnel desiring transportation she needed some more. Other examples of after-hours visits
i to the Goodwill warehouse will have included one for chapped hands; and one lady who had
:J arrive at the following pickup been seen in a regular clinic went home and took one dose of the
points'' at 8:30: a.m.: Saturday: ,medicine prescribed and returned at night because she wasn't
East parking lot, Naval Hospital; \ cured!
parking lot behind NAS Gallery The Hospital established the evening clinic primarily as a
No.1, Bldg. No. 4 and east convenience for those who were unable to visit during the day
t parking lot, NATTC, Bldg. 500. ,, for urgent reasons. It was a move toward providing the best of
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'.f Local businessmen are care. But the abuse of this privilege is destroying its ef
providing their trucks for the fectiveness.The .
hauling project and members of February Serviceman SK2 Nardell on the lob. doctors and staff at the Hospital realize that people don't
become seriously ill or have automobile accidents only during
their regular working hours. And they have a staff ready and
I AK2 Nardell Named February ServicemanJax willing to work around the clock to fight for your life in case of
an emergency. They're also vitally interested in providing
regular clinic care, too.
Jax NAS Serviceman of the of excess equipment. Nardell station and for his selection as Capt. Lewis has said, 'It is our desire to provide the best
Month for February is AMD's worked closely with the support Serviceman of the Month they medical care to the greatest number of people possible but we
Robert C. Nardell, an AK2 activities and other divisions in will tour St. Augustine as guestsof are rapidly reaching our limit using the resources available to
assigned to the Material Division. tackling the massive undertakingof the Jacksonville USO and also us.The only solution is a reduction in unnecessary visits.'
.: Petty Officer Nardell, who has retailoring the equipment in received a gift certificate to the The hospital Emergency Room is NOT a medical conveniencestore
been aboard NAS Jax since time for the Admat Inspection. Candlelight Restaurant.Also like the business on the block that sells milk and bread at
February 1968, was recom- Nardell, who holds three Good nominated for the monthly all hours.If .
mended on the basis of the work Conduct Medals as well as a honor was SW3 John N. Conti of you or a member of your family fell seriously ill late at
he has done in the direction of Vietnam Service Medal, was the Public Works Department. night, how would you like to be rushed to the Emergency Room
IMRL management. captain of the Jax Navy to find a staff that had been up half the night treating chapped
Following the decom Volleyball Team in 1968 which hands, colds or replacing medicine that had been chewed up bya
missioning of Jax based VP-7 and won the All Navy Championship. AOMD KEEPS 'EM FLYING mischievous pooch? We'd like to think a well-rested, alert staff
VAP-62 AMD Material Division Nardell and his wife Shirleyand ..See Page 14. was available if our lives were in the balance.
was deluged with a large amount four children live aboard the Think about itl!
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Human Goals..listenOur I jei e1le7

nation was founded on the principle that the individual has in- 'I
finite dignity and worth. The Department of Defense, which exists to 1 tCedmiJI

keep the nation secure and at peace, must always be guided by this ,
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principle. In all that we do, we must show respect for the servicemanand

civilian employee as a person, recognizing his individual needs,
aspirations, and capabilities. CATHOLICNaval
The defense of our nation requires -well-trained force, militaryand
civilian, regular and reserve. To provide such a force we must Air Station
increase the attractiveness of a career in Defense so that the serviceman -

and the civilian employee will feel the highest pride in MASS
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himself and his work, in the uniform and in the military profession.The u fc m DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
attainment of these goals requires that we strive: M 'Confessions will be heard

To provide opportunity for even ne.mllltary and civilian, to rise to Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and from
as high a level of responsibility as his talents and diligence will take i 5 to 5:45: p.m.'

him.A.
logical starting point is to get to know better the people who work Naval Hospital

with us. And we can know people better only if we communicate with :::;;;.....00-_

them. 600 HOURS-Not for flight time but for hours spent in helpful SUNDAY MASS 8 a.m.
Obviously, communications means talking. But more importantly, voulunteer work for the Navy Relief Society. Mrs. Allene Bowler
it means listening, as well. accepts the 600 hour Navy Relief pin from RAdm. Lawrence NATTC
Too often, managers and supervisors, both military and civilian, Heyworth. During the same ceremony RAdm. Heyworth presented
tend to be better talkers than listeners Perhaps that is because they 100 hour Navy Relief pins to Mrs. Sylvia Thomas and Mrs. Virginia SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
reached their positions by being articulate, and not because they were Veckarelli.
expert in the listening skills. Bldg. 500 ,

Yet, you cannot learn much about person when you do all the
talking. His ideas, his problems, his desires, his suggestions will PROTESTANT
never reach you if the conversation is one-sided.
There is a time to talk,and a time to listen. Be sure that you at least eia&irQl Navel HospitalSUNDAY

try, when appropriate, to give both equal time. WORSHIP SERVICES
Knowing your people and their capabilities should contribute to
providing the opportunity for them to rise to as high a level of The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different 10 a.m.
responsiblility as their talents and diligence will take them. (AFPS). meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
breakfast* a.m. to 7:30 a.m.r dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.and supper 4 p.m. to Naval Air Station
5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.;
What's in it For Me? dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. supper 5:00: p.m. to :15.. Both Dining halls observe -
the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast *:30 a.m. to Sunday
I:JO a.m.brunch 9:30: a.m to 12:30 p.m;and supper 4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m. Church School 9 a.m.
By LCdr. C.R. Spencer, CHC Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25
cents;dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for 50 cents. Junior Church 10a.m.
When making the big decisions of life a person Is often Divine Worship Service 10a.m.

prone to ask the question, 'What's In it for me?' This Is a FRIDAY, MARCH 13 Bldg.750

little phrase which is used many times as the final exam BreakfastHot Grits Dinner Split Pea Soup Episcopal Communion 8:30: a.m.
Oyster Stew Chicken Cacclatore
and seems to override all other considerations. One Eggs to Order Fish Platter of Perch Boiled Spaghetti Bldg.750

wants to know If he will profit personally or If the effectof Home Creamed Fried Chipped Potatoes Beef or Shrimp Baked and Chicken Scallops and Pizza PleButteredButtered Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.

a particular choice will be bad or good for him. Andas Raised Doughnuts Rice Mixed Vegetables Bldg.722

a general rule, if an alternative is judged to be stress- Macaroni Buttered Broccoli Au Gratin Bread Pudding

Inducing, he will reject this option and make a more Lemon French Cream Strawbeerry Sauce TuesdaySenior
comfortable decision. V Pie Choir Rehearsal 5 p.m.
Bldg.750
Butwe can be thankful that this mode of selecting has SATURDAY, MARCH 14
not been the strongest guideline In everyone's life. It Is ThursdayChristian

evident that the most outstanding forefathers of our Early BreakfastHot Brunch Cream of Tomato Soup Science Service 8 p.m.

country did not use the 'What's In It for me?' phrase as Farina Vegetable Soup. Pepper Beef Steak NATTCDivine

the final test to determine their actions. George Griddle Eggs to Cakes Order Spanish Cottage Fried Beef Patties Potatoes Mashed Brown Gravy Potatoes

Washington suffered with his troops through the winterof Baked Sausage Patties Buttered Whole Kernel Buttered Succotash Worship 12 p.m.

1776-77 and did not select a more comfortable way. Raisin Rolls Coconut Corn Cookies spice Broccoli Cake Polonolse Bldg.500
Evening Worship 6p.m.Bldg. .
The brave men at the Alamo chose to fight because of Fruit Gelatin Butter Cream Icing 500

their devotion to a cause (and not because there was no

back door to the mission as a modern joke asserts). SUNDAY, MARCH 15 f ,
Our history Is rich with examples of human beings who

have given themselves wholly to the service of others Early BreakfastHot Brunch Mulligatawny Soup TrafficViolations
Oatmeal Beef Barley Soup Grilled Pork Chops
and to their
country.
Eggs to Order Grilled Ham and Cheese Onion Gravy
Analyze the lives of some of the Biblical characters.Can French Toast Sandwiches Franconla Potatoes
Minute Steaks Baked Corn and
French Fried Potatoes
you Imagine Jesus Christ's asking the question. Bear Claws Hot Baked Beans TomatoesIce

'What's In It for me?' If he had been motivated by such Cream Cups Buttered Fresh Frozen The is of
Brussels Sprouts following a report
thoughts we would not have a Savior. If Paul had been Apple Pie motor vehicle accidents and

accustomed to using this phrase, Christianity would traffic violations for the period

have been much slower In reaching the West. MONDAY, MARCH U Feb. 24 through March 2.

We are |lust as much a part of history today as the men Number of Accidents 9-
BreakfastButtered Knlckerbocher
Soup This week
of the past. We are just as capable of making selfless Hominy Grits Pepper Steak Vegetable Roast Veal Soup Total accidents- this year

decisions as our forefathers. And even though we may Eggs to Order Natural Pan Gravy Brown Gravy through March 2.61.
French Toast Mashed Potatoes Steamed
be prone to think otherwise, these choices are just as Broiled Bacon Slices Sauteed CornPumpkin Buttered Rice Broccoli Number of accidents through

Important today as they ever were. The final test shouldbe Twist Coffee Cake Pie Spears March 1969 78.

'How will this proposed action affect not only me, but Spice Topping Pudding Banana Cream Total number of days since last

my family, friends, neighbors, country, etc.?' injury in- 14.Number a. motor vehicle accidents -

'Do nothing from selfishness or conceit, but in of Violations.
humility count others better than yourselves. Let each TUESDAY, MARCH 17 This week 98

of you look not only to his own Interests, but also to the Beef Rice Speeding 23
Soup Split Pea Soup
Interests of others.' (Philippians 2:3.4)). BreakfastHot Oatmeal Country Style Chicken Simmered Corn Beef Reckless Driving 1
Scrambled Eggs Chicken Gravy Hot Mustard Sauce Going through stop sign 14
Blueberry Griddle glazed Sweet Potatoes Boiled Potatoes Other violations 60
Cakes Buttered Hominy Boiled Potatoes Thirty one drivers appeared
Creole Green BeansDevil's
Baked Sausage Patties Buttered Cabbage before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
Praline Food Cake Buttered Carrots
JTAX AIR NEWSThe BunsBreakfast Vanilla Cream Icing Ice Cream Sundaes March 5. Disposition of the
cases included the following:
Sixteen lost driving and
parking privileges aboard station
MX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper \WEDNESDAY, MARCH II for various periods; four were
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Creole Soup ,Tomato Barley Soup assigned to complete an eight-
Grilled hour in remedial
Hot Farina Sweet Sour Pork or Hamburgers course driving;
private firm. AU Copy submitted/or use in the JAX AIR NEWS Chicken French Fried
Eggs to Order ala King Potatoes 11 received suspensions; eight
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 1. NASJacksonville Creamed Chipped Beef Rice Pilaff Spanish Style Lima were given warnings six were
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12:00.100'1 before publication. News Home Fried Buttered Asparagus Beans
by on Monday Potatoes
Cinnamon Rolls Boston Cream Pie Buttered Brussels dismissed; 13 were fined (U. S.
items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone 772-3118 or Sprouts
Commissioner) ; and three
3119. Bread Pudding referred to commanding officersfor
Lemon SauceMinestrone
possible disciplinary action.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries THURSDAY, MARCH: 19 Fifteen drivers were assessed
such should be directed to
concerning :
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VOL. 27 NO. 49 MARCH 12, 1970 Griddle Cakes Polansise Cauliflower Butterscotch Coconut SEAT BELT
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I CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUP
I wish to appologize for failingto
fly Chief 'Urn*stcr make mention of the transitionof
big Jim Lee from an active a
existence in the Navy to his
The Blackbirds of VA-45 again VA-174's Willie Williams and Hob the gym at 1600 on Monday, current role as a member of the
proved their skill as they finishedthe Dulaney with a determined all- Wednesday and Friday. Per retired rocking chair set.
winter bowling season in first out team effort to gain their well sonnel desiring to try-out for the About 17 years ago the softball
place ahead of thirteen other deserved victory. team are invited to attend team Jim played with could not ..
teams in the American League at It is reliably rumored (whoever practice.To find a pitcher. Although told by '
Cecil Field. heard of a reliable rumor ?) eliminate many of the phone fellow 'salty' recruits while in
VA-45 battled with VA-172 from that VA-174 will be stronger in the calls being received regarding boot camp that it was unwise to .. N?
the start for the top honors. 2nd half, and give notice to AMD softball, your friendly athletic volunteer for anything Jim ':$' .
The final record for the Black that things will be much differentthe director, 'Mac' McGuckin has nonetheless timidly told his
birds was 58 wins and 46 losses next time the two teams released the following information manager that he would be willingto
while VA-172, the second place meet. : 'START GETTING take a crack at pitching.It w
team chalked up 55 win and 49 As the 1st half comes to a close, LOOSE! (not as loose as Coach is doubtful that even Jim .... "t"1
losses. current standings are: Puckett however). Action will could foresee at this time the .,... '. ...,.;...t'.. ...
Helping the Blackbirds to roll AMD 60VA174 ) commence on 13 April, rain or splendid contribution he would "' t::, ":i: I;'' ,I. .
their way to victory were: LCdr. 4.1 shine and this is OFFICIAL. A subsequently make to Navy f j; .,l.
William 11. Vaughan who VA-64 4.1 meeting of team captains will be softball. During the interveningyears ,?...i:. 4, ,. t' .ti.' ..;::
average 165; Lt. Kenneth R. Supply 2-3 held in the station gym at 1000 on Jim pitched in 6 South JIMLEE
Storms averaged 151; AVCM VA-83 2-4 1 April. ALL team captains Atlantic Regional tournamentsand
Carl Walston averaged 167; VA-44 1-2 MUST attend. Both fields have participated in District and loud mouthed 'stars' undermining -
AFCM Marion Griffin averaged VA-81 1.4 been reworked and are lighteningfast. competition 12 times management, the
165, ATC Clair V. Grieve VA'37 0-6 Conditions are most con Chief Lee commenced modest unassuming personalitiessuch
averaged 155; Team Captain Over the years Cecil Field" has ducive to excellent play.' terrorizing Cecil Field batters in as Jim Lee offer a breath of
John J. MacKintosh managed to been noted for fielding strong Old timers such as Jack 1965 and concluded his illustrious mountain fresh air and a hope
knock down 166 pins per games; volleyball teams (doubters need Hardec will recall the days when career last year by pitching AMDto that the field of sports will
another team member was AMS2 but look at the trophy case the hapless Phillies played in a the station title. manage to overcome the selfish
George L. Kirk. located in the foyer of the station bandbox known as Baker Field" In these days when the sports efforts of some to ruin it.
An Awards Banquet was held gym). To continue our reputation In addition to miniscule pages are filled with reports of We will all miss Chief Lee and
February 24 at the AceyDuceyClub players are needed on the station dimensions, Baker Field was also gambling scandals, pampered wish him all the luck he so richly
where trophies were team. Practice is being held in (Continued on Page) athletes striking for higher pay deserves in his new endeavors.
presented to the team members.
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Individual j- trophies were
presented to the men from the
first second and third place
teams. ATC Grieve was also
presented with the high game
with handicaps trophy for rollinga
274. .1, ".i',: "". 'I r : ', .i:, '110. ;':" ,.t'); '. 'F'. "
During ceremonies last : '
Monday Cdr. A. H. Hinman C. 0. ;' :
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Action heated up last week on
the volleyball front when
previously unbeaten VA-174 met
V VA-46 also undefeated. The
Hellrazors won by identical 15-10 ,1 I
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WASHINGTON U. S. Civil Service Commission has approved changes to a p oa !

its program for helping displaced federal employees obtain other lobs in

government. While simplifying procedures, the changes will broaden the scopeof a Kdoe
opportunities available to separate employees.

Changes approved by the
commission are based on a we have made should increase a within one civil service region of
successful pilot program con- displaced worker's to be con- the employee's choice, and If he i
ducted in the commission's New sidered for other Jobs, we cannot desires in the Washington, D. C.
York region, and they reflect make an absolute guarantee of area as well.
careful consideration of the views success in every case/ Previously displaced s /1 W
expressed by agency and em- lie said that, as in the past,the employees could apply for only
ployee organization officials in commission will expect employing two positions. Theywill be con-
response to a recent proposal. agencies to do everthlng sidered for up to five occupational '
Says
Announcing the commission's possible to help their displaced areas representing
action, Chairman Robert E. employees to obtain other jobs, substantially the full range of
Hampton said, 'I wish to em- preferably before they have to be their occupational skills.
phasize the fact that our objective separated.
is to strengthen and 'When they cannot,' he added, In the past, the commission
improve an existing program, for 'we will see that such employees would not certify candidatesfrom
we had a continuing concern for receive first consideration for a register of eligibles, nor
the job security of career em- vacancies that exist in other authorize an appointment from
ployees. But while the changes agencies.' outside the register, to fill a
Principal changes in the vacancy which could be filled bya
4526 120th St. Displaced Employee program displaced employee who was
a approved by the commission are available and eligible for priority
YUKONdealers as follows: referral. This practice will be
Previously only career continued. Also, past policy
Hovr GlissNNNI employees received priority allowing for the displacement of
NNNNNNNNNNINNNNNNNINNNNN referral to vacant jobs. Now a TAPER employee (one appointed Microfilm provides instant information for those involved with
career-conditional employeeswill temporarily to a job information conference.Rework .
ft Laundry get priority referral also. pending establishment of a
25 Washers In the past priority referralswere register) to provide placement Holds SeminarJaxThe
made only in the com opportunities for a displaced I
50 Dryers ((5 min.) muting area, and the referralwas employee will be continued, and
extended beyond the local term employees (those appointedfor Naval Air Rework plans of, his new commandtheNaval
HOURS: 8:30: 8.30: area if the employee could not be a specific period of em- Facility here served as host for Air Integrated Logistics
One, Day ServiceJAX placed locally. Priority referralswill ployment) will also be subject to the second annual Technical Support Center at NAS Patuxent
NAS Nearest Laundry now be made anywhere such displacement. Documentation Planning Con-
Previously, Interagency ference that began Feb. 25 and
Boards, of Civil Service ended Friday.
Examiners had to rate ap- The conference attracted more
plications of displaced employees than 30 participants, mostly from Md.nun
under regular standards before naval aviation activites, and
referring a displaced worker for included presentations and
We loan job consideration. Now this step discussion on MIARS (Main-
will be eliminated. Instead the tenance Information Automatic
displacing agency will Identifythe Retrieveal System). Includedwere
employee's skills for referral objectives, funds, equipment -
a million purposes and the agency with the specifications and costs,
vacancy will determine that the cartridge indexing, microfilmeddata
displaced employee meets applicable distribution and dispositionand New
standards. This should system implementation.Other Delightful
speed up referrals. facets of the overall
dollars and
program have been conferenceson Fun-Oriented
a technical manual and on
documentation planning. Apartments

Attendees toured the Rework S
every dayWhen Facility to see the MIARS installation S. 2''i Miles Southof
and other automateddata JAX on US 17
system operations. ORANGE PARK
RAdm. James H. Smith Jr., PH: 264.4263
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Junior JANGO VP-16 Eagles Off ToSpringboardOperations


Needs MembersJax I



A new JANGO class is
forming at the Naval Hospitalhere. Jax-The Eagles nest in Hangar skills of detecting, localizing, and
1000 will be empty next week destroying simulated enemy
The Junior Army Navy Guild following VP-16's departure for submarines. The success of
Organization JANGO) is a non- NAS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Springboard depends on the
profit volunteer organization. Its Rico. effort put forth by every man in
aim and purpose is to form a link The Eagles depart Sunday for the squadron, whether he be a
between the community the two weeks to the traditional flight crewman, administrator or

armed forces and promote a operation Springboard, an maintenance man.
feeling family relationship and exercise which is held each
loyalty to the armed services. spring and provides fleet units CecilSports
Eligible for the Junior JANGO with an opportunity to brush up
membership are the daughters, on their operational skills. It will
granddaughters, and sisters of also provide a chance for the
commisioned officers of the Eagles to work with and against
armed forces whose rank is equalto 1'" friendly submarines in extensive

ox'above that of ensign or itJ It:2t.: antisubmarine exercises.The .
second lieutenant and whose crews will be in the (Continued from Page 3))

status is regular or reserve, READY FOR FLUTTER TEST-Aone'eighth' sine model of the U. Caribbean area perfecting their 'distinguished' by possessing
active or inactive duty, retired or S. Navy's S-3A antisubmarine' warfare aircraft is prepared for wind. fences made of tin. One
deceased. Age requirement is tunnel flutter testing by, Brent Bennett, project engineer at the PONT FORGET TO ballplayer was said to have given
between 14 and 21 years old. Lockheed California Company's Rye Canyon Research Laboratories' lip the National Pasttime because
Interviews for applicants will Initial testing began 'in midjanuary at Burbank, Calif., following' VV\ SIGN-. he incurred a bad case of shell
be held Saturday, March 14, from building' and calibrating of the model at Rye Canyon. Other models of I shock from the sound of balls
9 a.m. to noon. Applicants will the S-3A, which led to a final exterior configuration In December of fJj bouncing off the fence. Althoughthe
meet in the Naval Hospital lobby last year, have undergone more than 2,000 hours of wind-tunnel 'V 8.r,4 tin fence is absent, Cecil Field
For further information call testing. The twin engine turbofan S-3A is scheduled to be delivered to MAIL has it's own Baker Field this
the Nursing Service Office, 772- the Flett in early' 1974. It will replace the S-2 Tracker which has seen I year. The south diamond is
3872. service with the ASW Fleet forth past 15 years., f'S 4 fenced in. The foul lines are but
200 feet in length, and a belt of 207
feet will clear the centerfield
barrier. Even banjo hitting Ed
t Lord should be able to put one out
lIlAdI1Ia1l B acr'k of this field. Anyone care to
s'4 wager that the pitchers will not

Rn: .d r' be talking to themselves before
the season is over?
OSI... ror\k Competitive roll-offs to
C } determine membership on the
Raider's 6th Naval District
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bowling team will commence on
. .f 30 March and continue through 3
#;k.t ? iY > April (between the hours of 1300 .
., build 1tjsl NlStletipt
YM1w .,',
< : 4Nt+ t'1f grow'. *>value *:sstth requity grcw 1 you t> take your oM :>p 1600)( ), Only those players

'+rt+, C aM'all tar *em'' _J|_,...ty*...._*_jfc MIrNrvus J- *. ..;*.A..,j.. .*.r AK.L.. JaKK .*. rf.. e $. tnyi1s. r d r. boasting a 160 average or betterare
eligible to compete in the
{ .. rool-offs (I could make it if
y3 A x ,
a +:?;,t.,H.i,%.:4.., R'}k&qt;' ;vV Xi: &-'k:4?'V :Xli1HERE'S /\ would they
accept my 50 pin han
dicap). After each bowler who
HOW TO
LOWER YOUR BUILDING COSTS DESPITE RISING PRICES entered the competition has

Do p..r of. .your. own inside finishing to save money on your building costs. With Jim Walter, you can do as much as bowled 9 games, the field will be
you *MMt the more do, the
you more
money you save cut to the top ten players who will

,..dMk proceed to roll an additional 9
games.The top five bowlers from
this field will represent Cecil

Field in the tourney. Incidentally,
a minimum of a 180 average is
required before bowler
G+i any can
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<< p e?i' 'it p; a'axa; +. ;y '' a,a' a f'A. di L aYar rawaAaaAn'it vta.atva
Golf, tennis and baseball teams
I from the U. S. Naval Academywill
be visiting Cecil Field from
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19-23 March and will utilize our
I II facilities during these dates. The
Ij I baseball team will use the Jax
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Games with local colleges and
a 1 universites have already been
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Visits NAS Jax .r bn Patrick Party PlansJacksonville


Jax Mrs. Ralph Weymouth, U Wives Clubof Driving Course offered by NAS
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America, Jax 86
tative for the 1
Military Wife of the : business meeting the 4th Pat's Day means the Luck
March
Year contest, was the honored 9' \\ t with President, Mrs. B. J. o' the Irish will be with us for the
guest at a Candlelight Restaurant
Howard presiding.\ Guests for the Shamrock Social. Greenery will
luncheon sponsored by Fleet Air ,A evening were welcomed, in- be everywhere on March 14 at
Wing Eleven and attended by cluding Mrs. Allan Tou, Mrs. 7:30: p.m. The true Irish's ne'er
members of the local officer and Henry Henderson, Mrs. John forget to kiss the Blarnay Stone
enlisted wives' clubs. D'Armico, Mrs. Troy Hammons, and to look for the Pot o' Gold at
Mrs. Weymouth was in the Mrs. Wayne Thomas and Mrs. the end of the rainbow.For .
Jacksonville area March 4 with Norman Wypycha. Club the regular monthly social
her husband, RAdm. Ralph Chaplain, Mrs. John Morton education meeting on March 18 at
Weymouth, commander Fleet initiated Mrs. Harry Ragland, 7:30 p.m. the club will host the
Air Wings Atlantic, for the FA W- Mrs. Richard Maxwell and Mrs. NAS Jax Girl Scout Troop No.
11 change of command Merl Eason, during a candlelight 134. The troop plans to make a
ceremony. An outstandingwoman ceremony.Jax special presentation of colors and
by any standards, Laure TRAINING TO HELP OTHERS Navy Relief Voluntttrt listen as 86 also welcomed Mrs. Mr. Maurice Pilver from the Jax
Weymouth sponsors 30 wives Miss Francina Stonesifer,director field representatives from Navy George Bame, a transfer from Navy Federal Credit Union will
clubs across the country, and still Relief Headquarters, Washington, D. C. begins the Navy Relief Alameda 108 NWCA in California. speak on 'family budgeting.'
finds time to be friend and Training Course that will continue through March 20. Miss StonesiferIs Oddly enough, Jax 86 is losing a March is Navy Wives Club of
confident to her eight children. training the volunteers on Navy Relief history, organization, member, Mrs. David Schultz to America Membership Month:
She was selected as Navy Wife of policies, budget counciling, medical and death benifits and office the Alameda 108 Wives Club. Jax 86 has planned display booths
the Year by a panel of judges who procedures that Navy Relief Volunteers will require to work In a Navy Two new co-chairman have for the Navy Exchange and the
were kept unaware of the contestants' Relief Office.Clubs. been appointed to the club's Commissary Store. Navy Wives
husbands' ranks or committees. Mrs. Pat Hillis is Club information and favors will
status. Help EducationIf new co-chairman for the social be passed out to interested wives
committee, and Mrs. John Duvalis and their children. As a finale for
r----------. you have a child approaching or deceased (while on active dutyor co-chairman for the bakesale the Membership Drive Jax 86 will
I I 'HONa 1I..n. II college age, he or she may be retired with pay) may apply committee.This sponsor a spring fashon show at
I eligible to compete for for one or more scholarships month special packagesare the clubhouse, Compton Hall, on
scholarships which have been through the Chief of Naval being sent to husbands, March 24 at 10 a.m. You're all
(] made available by Navyorientedclubs Personnel. Recipents of the borthers and sons of the WIVES invited to come see the newest
and associations.The awards are selected by the Club Members now in Vietnam in fashions and enjoy a friendly cup
I I scholarships are awardedon sponsoring agencies. addition to the regular monthly of coffee
I 1 1249.1281 KING aT II the basis of scholastic record, packages being sent. Another On March 25, the Easter
JACKSONVILLE FLA. 32204WANTED II character and financial need. Scholarship applicationforms special project for the club is the Bonnett Parade begins at noon
I Applicants must be graduates or may be obtained by sen- collection of one-half gallon cans for the monthly luncheon, this
prospective graduates of an ding a request for NAVPERS for Mrs. Reese Caress, a blind month at the Candlelight Club.
: USED CAMERAS AND : accredited high school. Students 1750-7 (10-68)) to the Chief of Naval woman operating a nursery for Now customers of the Jax 86
I EQUIPMENT. WE PAY I enrolled in accredited collegesare Personnel (Pers-G22), Navy her support. Not New Shop can bring con-
TOP DOLLAR-388-8535 also eligible to apply. Department, Washington, D.C. This week club members and signments in on Thursdays until
BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! Children of Navy and Marine 20370. Applications for more than their family members of drivingage p.m.The new location of the shopis
..I -- --- ----.. Corps members who are servingon one scholarship may be made on are attending classes at the in the rear of the Red Cross
active duty, retired with pay, the same form. clubhouse on the DefensiveZdumvt Building. Hours for the Not New

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For Your Information
| Club Schedules | -


BLUEJACKETS INN Keep Your Draft Board

(Building 3 Annex)
Tonight's entertainment will be provided by the Messenger of the Informed New Status
Masses. The Soul Society will be appearing on stage tomorrow
through Sunday, and on Monday and Tuesday the Autoharp will be
there. Wednesday night the club will present the Four of Clubs. By Chief Henry BarnesIf

ACEY-DUCEYCLUB you registered with Selective
Service before entering active

Get ready to enjoy a country-western weekend at the Acey-Ducey duty, you must advise them of
Club when Mel Gaden and the Lazy Rhythm Girls perform tomorrow your new status and your new
night and Tommy 'C' and the Seminoles appear on stage Saturday. address within 10 days after tea.
Patrons are reminded that the club holds surprise Happy Hour. Don't separation.You .
miss it! can do this in person or by
mail. Take with you or mail a
CPO CLUB copy of your DD Form 214. You
will get a new registration certificate -

This week's entertainment schedule begins tonight with country and notice of
music by Mel Gaden and the Lazy Rhythm Girls. The Clubs will be classification.If .
there tomorrow night and Saturday, and on Sunday, Tommy 'C1 and AIRMAN OF THE MONTH- for some reason you never
the Seminoles will appear on stage. Tuesday evening will feature the A1C Robert L. Dyson was chosenas registered with Selective Service,
Bud Davis Tunesters, and on Wednesday the Clubsmen will perform. the 679th Radar Squadron'stop you must do so within 30 days Chief Barnes
airman for.February. Since after separation from active duty status status
occupational or
arriving at 679th in January 1970 (exception: persons born before other matters that affect
The Chiefs'Club now offers a noon buffet Monday through Friday Airman Dyson has been workingas August 30,1922)). Report to the Selective may Service
your
from 11 a.m. to 1:30: p.m. The dining room is open evenings Monday a repairman in the AN-FST-2B nearest local board to do this. classUica tion.
through Thursday from 5 to 9 p.m., Saturdays from 12 to 10 p.m., and Digital Data Processing Section. Take with you a copy of your DD
Sundays from 12 to 9 p.m. The 22-year-old airman, who Form 214.Continue. ,
dc.
halls from Refugio, Tex., resides to keep your local let
uso with his wife Lela in Jackson board informed of changes in YOUR INCOME TAX
ville. address, marital or dependency

Enjoy free refreshments this evening at the USO. Be there Friday
the 13th for 'Lucky Dollar Night.' Lucky dollars may win prizes. The Self Defense (Course OpensWomen's JEANNmECRISP
USO will hold a rollar skating party Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4,
and on Sunday the free feature movie will be 'Munster Go Home'
beginning at 7 p.m. Wear something green Monday when the club Jax-Today's woman needs to Christian Association, a
holds 'Shamrock Night. know how to protect herself in her United Fund Agency, is sponsoring Bookkatpiii Service
home or wherever she may be. a program in 'Safety and
Tuesday night you may select the game of your choice from a
variety which includes chess, ping-pong, bowling and pool. Be there Recognizing this need,the Young Self-Defense' Monday, March 16, INSTANT SERVICE
Wednesday to hear disc jockey Al Albert play the latest records from from 7 to 9 p.m.
8 to 11 p.m.AFMA. Officer John Horton of the OR BY APPOINTMENT
Jacksonville Police Departmentwill
Lunch Slated TodayJaxCapt. present the comprehensivestudy PHONE 771-1865
which will include 771-5953
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protecting
Robert P. Coogan, Members, non-members and from burglary and tactical 3823 Standing Blvd.
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in defense.
the U.S. Naval Academy, will be have sons or relatives interestedin (h techniques personal CEDAR' HILLS, THEATRE
The instruction will take the formof
the guest speaker at the noon attending the Naval Academyor
lectures demonstrations and
luncheon today of the local Armed other military academy have filmed illustrations.,
Forces Management been invited to attend and brine
is for the
There
i..f < no charge .
Association Chapter. potential academy-minded youths Y but must 1
course, participants
Capt.Coogan is a 1943 graduateof with them.
make reservations. To do call
so,
the academy and will speak At the chapter's February 3561266.
today on the impact the academyhas meeting, members voted to withdraw
on the graduate officer. the local chapter 40 from -
Following his talk, he will hold a the National Armed Forces
question and answer period. Management Association.
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Navy League

President

Visits FA W-ll

Jax Navy League President
'Budd' Steele was a welcome a At.M ,
visitor to Fleet Air Wing Eleven
last week. Capt. William -73 Sl\ei/-
Pressler, Jr., commander Fleet I
Air Wing Eleven, and Capt. .------- ...- ---- -- -- --
---
Daniel Herlong,recently relieved The books reviewed In this column each week can be found on the
CFAW-11 accompanied Steeleon k a I shelves of the NAS Jax and Cecil Field libraries,also the library at the
his tour which included a
and NATTC.
Naval
Hospital
briefing on recent FAW-11 ac ,
A 5
tivities. Jas i Books reviewed:
Steele was shown around the r i PARNELLI: A Story of Auto Racing by Bill Libby
newly-completed Hangar 1000 THEY CALL ME MISTER 500 by Anthony Granatelli
facilities, and participated in a i THE HAWK by Ken Harrelson with AI Hirshberg
simulated anti-submarine
warfare exercise.The Reviewer: Sharon Arnold, Cecil Field Librarian

president of the Navy 1- Auto racing enthusists will thoroughly enjoy PARN ELLI: A Story of
League was one of a continuing Auto RacingbyBill Libby and THEY CALL ME MISTER 500 by Andy
number of visitors to Fleet Air writer, has taken the
Granatelli. Bill Libby, a free-lance sports storyof
Wing Eleven Headquarters, a Parnelli Jones,auto-race driver and combined this with the story of
part of this major air anti- racing itself into an exciting book. Libby tells of Parnelli's climb in
submarine command's efforts to in the U. S.,from (jalopy to
racing,and of the kinds of races run sprintto
bring the citizens of Jacksonvillein
neighbors closer contact at NAS.with their Navy Navy League President 'Budd' Steele is accompanied by Capt. 500 to life with vivid trackside descriptions, complete with many
William Pressler,Jr. (I ICFAW-11and) Capt. D.W. Herlong. illustrations.
Andy Granatelli's memoir, (with Al Hirshberg) to be one of
THEY CALL ME MISTER 500, is the more interesting sports
the saga of Andy,who made it the biographies of current interest.
I NATT Center In The NewsReUps hard way as he fought his way to Harrelson, who is one of
success in the rugged, always baseball's more colorful
dangerous sport of auto racing.He characters, claims 'the nose
has survived hot rod racing, makes the man.' And because of
Mayport.The establish a dental practice near stock car racing across the salt the generous proportions of his
Jax Three NATTC petty only student in the group, Pittsburgh. flats of Utah,battling through the nose, he is referred to as the
officers shipped over last week A01 Carl E. Hattabaugh, added Welcomed aboard during the Indianapolis 500, and. in- 'Hawk', a nick name he likes so
during ceremonies held in the six years to his enlistment. celebration were CW04 Howard numerable crashes that have left well that it is written, embossed,
CO's office. Hattabaugh currently attends the Holden, USMC, and his wife him battered and scarred for life. embroidered, engraved, or
AOt'Howard M.. Earnhart, a AO 'B' School and says he would Pauline. Chief Warrant Officer At the Indianapolis 500, Andy printed on everything he owns.
veteran of 13 years, signed up for like to be stationed atJax after he Holden reported to NATTC's AE Granatelli now wears Badge No. He is the only player in the
four more. Earnhart is an instructor graduates.Hail. School as phase training officer 500.Buthe didn't start at the top, majors who has his trademark,
at the AO 'A' school and Farewell last month. As a boy he scrounged a living in 'Hawk'written across the back of
where he has worked since The Gator's Den was the scene AE 947 Wins Again Chicago, repairing cars for his uniform. He is a home-run
reporting here in July from of the NATTC officers' Hail and Aviation Electrician's Mate whatever pay he could get. By hitter with a flair for publicity.
RVAH 13 in Albany, Ga. Farewell party Friday evening. Class 947 was the school's Honor using enthusiasm, hard-knock He 'retired from baseball' for
MM1 Charles L. Milner of AE Goodby's were said to Lt. Sam Class for the week of Feb. 24. It experience and the daring he was several days last spring rather
School Support shipped over for McGauley, and his wife, Jean- was their third time to hold the born with, on the racetracks, he than let the Boston Red Sox trade
five. Milner reported aboard nette and Lt. Rick Lesson. Lt. title. A total of 884 points brought became a millionaire at 30 and a him to Cleveland but later
NATTC one year ago after serving McGauley retired March 2, and them their first win, 950 points multimillionaire at 40. related. In 1968 he was American
aboard the USS WARE Lt.Leeson will be leaving NATTC gave them the honors the second With the baseball season approaching League Player of the Year. The
(DD86S, homeported in next month with plans to time, and this time they did it the bleacher set will book tells of his life off the ball
with 814 total points. find the HAWK by Ken Harrelson field brawls, clothes, big-
money golf matches, hair styling,
and poker-games.The Hawk tellsit
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Push Opens to Fill// Need




For More Navy HousingWASHINGTON wed l


... It's housing costly, too far away, substandardor maintenance and operation
survey gime again. non-existent, Navy-controlled budget is separate from con
When you're on a waiting list a housing will be built if possible. struction costs and usually runs
mile long or 'batch-ing it' However, the situation right over $900 per unit each year. To
because there's no place for your now is that nearly 60,000 Navy cut down on that expense and at
wife and kids to live, it may not families don't have adequate the same time continue good
seem worth the effort. But go housing near the base and that care of housing, families are now
ahead and fill it out; things are only includes E-4's and above being asked to do some of the
looking up. who are eligible. If men below work around the house that usedto
A push for more and better that were eligible, another 26,000 be done by employed main.
housing is on. This push is part of families would be inadequately tenance workers.
an emphasis on the personal housed.
needs of Navymen. Secretaries Housing authorities believe Higher Standards
Laird and Chafee have spokenout though, that Navy families will
about these needs and see improvement in the next few Though there are a lot of Navy
strongly identified with family years. In addition to a public families without adequate
housing. awakening to the problem, the homes, the picture is not so
results of a new money system overwhelming when the national
Planned Improvements should show up. In the 60's a problem is considered. The intense -
centrally-managed and separate need for housing all over A\
Housing is improving as Navy money system for family housingwas the country is reflected in the
families, like their civilian created. This set-up national housing goal of 2.6 ,
counterparts, expect more from prohibits the once frequently million units per year. Increased LEAVE Lt. John C. Sadler, assistant communications officer and t
their homes. practiced transfer of housing Navy housing construction is in Lt (Clg| ) Catherine M. Sadler, custodian of registered publications
The sizes of military housingare funds to some other budget. As a line with national goals. The systems are bid farewell and good luck by Capt. H. O. Cutler, C. O. of
standard. They range from result building is expected to more Navymen housed in NAS. The Sadler's are leaving the naval service and expecting their
950 sq. feet for a two-bedroom increase. (Continued on Page 18)) first child in July.Spends.
home for an enlisted man to 1,837

sq.ficer.feet for Flag a commanding officers' homes of- Housing Overseas Red CrossProviding $51-Million :

contain 2,100 sq. feet. The The Navy now owns nearly
number of bedrooms a family 83,000 units in the states,
rates depends on the.number of possessions and overseas. In
dependents and their sexes. Four addition, over 7,000 units have Military Men Help
bedrooms are the most available. been approved by Congress and
Housing under construction for are either under or pending -
senior officers is single family construction. WASHINGTON (AFPS) To The 121,000 servicemen helped More than 104,000 Red Cross
dwellings; enlisted men and Occupancy rates in both provide its worldwide services of each month last year by the Red volunteers serve at U.S. military
junior officers' homes are usually' standard and substandard Navy welfare and recreation to Cross represented an increase of installations and hospitals
townhouses or duplex units. housing are above set goals. The members of the Armed Forces, 12 percent over the monthly around the world and in serviceto
Bath facilities range from one largest Navy housing con veterans, and their families, the average in 196768. Nearly 23 military families chapters in
bath for one-story, onebedroomunits centration, 7,358 units, is at the American Red Cross spent percent of those served in 1968-69 this country.
to two and one half baths for naval complex in Hawaii. The $51,747,603 in the fiscal year 27,800 each month were men In Red Cross chapters last
: a two-story, four-bedroom unit. smallest is at the Naval Ord. ending last June 30, largest sum stationed in Vietnam.Of year, 765,200 military families
' Recently built homes have space nance Laboratory, White Oak in any year since World War II. a total of 863,000 emergency were given assistance with
I' and hook up for laundry facilities, where there are only four units. An increase of more than $3.3 welfare messages the Red Cross personal and family problems.
I garbage disposals, storage, Congress imposes a cost million over the costs of the transmitted to and from overseas More than 111,000 veterans or
patios, privacy fencing and limitation on family housing same services in 1967-68 was last year, 398,400 were sent their surviving dependents were
carports. I construction. occasioned largely by stepped-up between the United States and helped in filing claims for pensions -
Long range plans include the Housing now being built is demands for assistance to U.S. Vietnam. and other benefitsda6'
possibility of furnishing all troops in the Republic of Vietnam
I expected to last 30 years with
homes overseas where funds )normal maintenance. The during last year, the Red Cross
permit. Currently, five locations said.MONTHLY T
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12 JAX AIR NEWS. AFTERBURNER MARCH 12, 1970


Medical Corps Celebrates 99th r"!





Year of Service with the NavyJaxThe ',<. iJj",


ninety-ninth anniversary Appropriations Act which Weymouth, commander Fleet ;
of the Navy Medical established the Medical Corps as Air Wings Alantic, and Capt. \,
Corps was celebrated here March a separate entity and as a staff Dwight J. Wharton, MC, USN, Mi ( ',I
3 at a festive anniversary corps of the Navy. now retired. Capt. Wharton is the ",,yx
celebration at the Officers' Club. Highlights of the evening included senior Medical Corps captain in >\-J:
Navy doctors, both active and remarks by Capt. C.W. the area and a former com- .,< ,>',
,
retired,and their guests attendedthe Lewis Jr., commanding officer of manding officer of the local ": ",
traditional event which the Naval Hospital here, and a Naval Hospital. "'<:
commemorated the Corps' reading of the Surgeon General's In his fleet-wide message to the ,<
founding in 1871. letter of greeting. officers of the Medical Corps, '*
It was on March 3 of that year Among the special guests at the Secretary of the Navy John H. "
the 41st Congress enacted the celebration were RAdm. Ralph' Chafee said, 'Since the Medical
Corps was established on March
Veterans Maintain 3, 1871 in fact, since the first i
I physician went to sea aboard the
USS Alfred with a young '
Reemnlovment RightsWASHINGTON lieutenant by the name of John ,
Paul Jones, almost 100 years .
before the formal founding of t
(AFPS) -- to fringe benefits which are 7"
,
your Corps, Navy doctors have t. S
Almost a million first- term acquired by seniorityseverancepay
established record for valor and .A
vacations and pensions. a ,
service people will return to 19
civilian life in 1970. Department of Defense In- devotion to duty that has earned f,
Many of these young men- and struction 1205.12 issued Jan. 15, them a special place in the heartsof :h't'f., .
will be to the 1969 spells out the responsibilityof the sailors and Marines with #" ,
women returning ,-<(t:(} {(
same jobs they held before en- commanders to ensure that whom they serve. tl.t4r"'.r ,, ''.;E E"tea
tering the service, with perhaps a individuals separating from the At the time the Medical Corpswas :::: .
pay raise or two thrown in. Some Service are aware of their rights founded, Naval hospitals : ':N'" .
will even find a promotion under the law. existed at only eight locations: (, ;: < ,}! .

waiting for them. Chelsea, Mass, Brooklyn, t' ": IL .- .. ...
Forms AvailableAn Philadelphia, Washington, An-
Congressional napolis, Norfolk, Va., Pensacola, RETURN OF THE SEABEE After about a year's absence the
easy- to use form called and Mare Island Calif. trademark of the Navy Sea Bees is remounted In the front of Bldg. 155
All this is possible because OVRR 2 is filled out at the Today" the Medical Corps by BU1 Milton E. Williams. The SeaBee was taken down for an
Congress, in 1940, decided that separation center and mailed to serves 37 Naval Hospitals in the I overhaul, repair and paint |lob but is now back with hammer and gun
one's military service should not the Office of Veteran's Reem- United States and abroad. in hand to greet all personnel.

carry with it an economic burden ployment Rights in the Depart-
beyond the period in uniform. ment of Labor. Both the in-
While the full intent of dividual and his previous em- Top Navy CPO Plans Retirement;
Congress is still being evolved by ployer will then receive a
court decisions, the law as it brochure outlining the
stands today, could be sum- requirements of the law.

marized roughly as guaranteeing Eleven field offices in major
veterans the same status they Replacement Nominations Open
cities around the country take
would have enjoyed had they
there, serving the veteran'sInterest
over -
remained on the job. In additionto
if he encounters
courts promotions have held and pay that raises in the problems in securing his rights. Jax The Navy's top chief, theJunel970Senior-MasterChief assistant to the Chief of Naval
instances the veteran is entitled many Master Chief Gunner's Mate Petty Officer Section Board, and Personnel and the Seniora
Delbert D. Black, is going to final screening will be made by Enlisted Advisor to the Chief of
t retire next year, and the call has a special selection board to be Naval Operations.
gone out fleet wide for convened by the Chief of Naval
PRICE S 'TO ALL I nominations in order to select a Personnel. Fleet nominations must reach
WNOLESALE new Master Chief Petty Officer of The Master Chief Petty Officer the Chief of Naval Personnel by
the Navy upon the conclusion of of theNavy the principal enlisted May 15.

NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Black's career.
All commands have been en-
Marine Wives Theme
NEW & USED TV SETS :
couraged by the Chief of Naval
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
Personnel to nominate master
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS chief officers whom
petty they
AIR CONDITIONERS consider to meet the 'Getting Acquainted''Getting
Mrs.9 am. 7pm. Come In& Browse prerequisites to fill the deman-

FURNITURE CO. ding job.Selection.
WESCONNET
will be based on Acquainted' is both the Marine Wives Club for 8:00: p.m.,
'6 WESCONNETT 7? 07SO command nominations. theme and purpose of a meeting Monday, March 16, at the Marine
Preliminary screening will be by planned by members of' the Aviation Detachment, Building

572. according to Marie Slncumh,.
--
chairman of theclub..
'We've sent letters to more
Combined n l PI ( Department of the Treasury / Internal Revenue Service 169abov ( than 100 Marine wives in the
E 1 1040 with Form jjg) individual Income Tax Return &'/I area, inviting them to be our

1040 A 31.1969. or other taxable year beginning......................................... 1969 .ndin,..........................................., 19.......... guests and visit with us just to get
For the year January l-D.cember Last your social,security number acquainted and try to establish
name
Pint Mint md Initial, (If Joint' return, uu tint names and middle' initial, of both) better social and friendly
.
i relations among ourselves, Mrs.

.. Slocumb said.
o Your oaupa Plans for the evening include
1: Home route) telling the visiting wives about
'C club activities and aims, games

II --,' vI code rlly uminrCltytt and prizes, refreshments, and a
I V 3 door prize.

It Unfortunately names and
1968 (if same as writ "Saint'). If nonefili SEnte
m your return for returns, enter 1968 names and address :, addresses of all Marine wives in
to separate
or Joint
reI joint the area were not available so
that letters could be sent to them,
I 6 time of tiling HW ? -M according to Mrs. Slocumb, but
4 Head of
n Unmarried
all are welcome and most cor-
YoC! ifor.: dially invited to attend. She did
eturn (even
Ring rate retur solve some of you'rIe ask that those wives planning to
Check spouse'* attend please call 771-4001, 771-
... ( tame her' 2828 or 264.9487 by Friday
)
only one
w n income tax problems evening, March 13, for club
Check o .Io planning purposes.PAGE .


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Publisher Call: 388-2755 MOVIE SCHEDULESTHURSDAY


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

NASJacksonvllle s for publication the following Thursday. Ads !"! J1; m PI Y4J .t14 .
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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : published the following week unless the
S publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or MARCH HOSPITAL: 'EYE OF THE
NAS: 'THE HELL WITHHEROES' CAT'
money order for the full cost of the ad must be
Color war drama
received WITH the copy for the ad.
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge (1 lines) $2.00 starring Rod Taylor and Claudia TUESDAY MARCH 17
Jacksonville, Florida Cardinale. M-VG ((102 min.) NAS: 'A WALK WITH LOVE

I HOSPITAL: '2001: A SPACE AND DEATH' Color drama
Per additional line ((4 words per line) $0.50
ODYSSEY' Color drama starring Anjelica Huston and

starring Keir Duella and Gary Assaf Dayan. M-G (90 mitts)

ti: .. JI"; Lockwood. G-E ((160 mins.) HOSPITAL: : 'JOHN AND
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SERVICE WIVES ORANGE PARK NAS: 'PETER PAN' Color WEDNESDAY MARCH 18
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 2 BR,House furn.,mins.. to NAS,TV, animated cartoon.G-E ((76 mins.) NAS: 'GAILY GAILY' .- Color
Jobfinders-1372 Cassat 387.5626 or 1022 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Linens, utensils optional. Will
rent to comedy starring Beau Bridges.
Park Street, 3547888. trailer and Apts. 3893007. TAD personnel or bachelors. 264.6884. HOSPITAL: 'THE HELL
Melina
WITH HEROES' Mercouri and Brian
Keith. M-E (105.mins).
MECHANIC
Austin Healy-AAG-TR. Only mechanic MOBILE LIVINGOF JACKSONVILLEAzalea ORANGE PARK SATURDAY MARCH 14 HOSPITAL: *A' WALK WITH
In engine &' 2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn. Dish LOVE AND pEATH'The
experienced brake
work
( Mobile NAS 'LION IN WINTER'
Home
Park) /.Mile washer, Carpets, Drapes. Elizabeth : -
need apply. 3877581. Ask for Donis. North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near Apts., 77M405 or 7713355AUTOMOBILES Color drama starring Peter
schools and shopping center. Clean,
and reasonable O'Toole and Katherine Hepburn.GS .
rates. Manager
MEN and WOMEN premises. Children and pets on ... .. ((134 mins.).
needed to sell wigs,cosmetics, & false welcome. :\ : '' .., ..:<.r BARNBARGAINS
6301 Roosevelt HOSPITAL 'PETER PAN'SUNDAY
Wllhelm eyelashes.3985906.Free training, Maria 3899226. WdTItAHSPOItTATION i"w: ; ,,,,, :. ..,.w..... '. ,...t .' '.' .:.... .',.' : .:..;.W...,1- :

MARCH 15 GALORE

WANTED L !!MQ ESTAErrrlrrrrrrrrrrr NAS: 'EYE OF THE CAT' The famous 1ARN Florida's
Experienced auto tune-up mechanic. -, FURNISHEDEast Color suspense drama starring oldest & largest discount house
Day shift. 771-4321 or 1108 Cassat Ave. and West Coast 353-3691. Michael Sarrazan and Gayle save you more everyday. Just a
See Morris. Hunicutt. M-VG ((110 mins.) few of the many bargains are sofa
bed suits 2 piece only $69.95, two
HIDDEN WATERS HOSPITAL: 'LION IN WIN twin beds complete $59.95, maple
Acres of high,dry wooded home sites. TER' bunkbeds complete $51.00, four

::ii 1\i;!'\;';MISCELLANEOUS$ ;; : :i : :iijri!! liii i:!< Waterfront prices Permanent, low&taxes vacation water, terms.access., retirement.Blanding Sensible Exc. Cond., Auto.68 GTO Cons, PS, Air, AM. MONDAY MARCH 16 $59.95,9x121 piece mirror,bedroom chest, bookcase suit (dresser bed),

$ .95,
Blvd. 220-B, Rt. 220, left FM Stereo, 24,000 miles,389-0807 after carpet
209
two 4 NAS: 'JOHN AND MARY' $13.00, 1.3 off on all lazy-boy
miles. LaRue's 725-3992. p.m. Color comedy drama starring recliners,double-size box spring or

DO YOU WANT TO BE Dustin Hoffman and Mia Farrow. Inner spring mattress 19.00,
student desk $23.95, large selectionof
A DISC JOCKEY R E ((92 mins.
)
FOR table $3.95,
For Information dial 3568351.GEORGE'S SALE OR RENT 19(4 CORVAIR CONVERT. lamps rollaway
House and Apts. Equity VA &FHA Phone 3889302.ROBERTS. beds complete $22.95, oak porch
resales. Low down. Call Powell or swing $10.95, king size foam set (2
Mills, USN Ret. 22 11. box springs, 1 mattress) $69.95,
ORANGE PARK REALTY 1h'I"EO large selection of unfinished
MILITARY-FREE NOTARYFIRSTTIMEOFFERED 680PEL SPORT COUPE furniture,metal cabinets and sinksat
KENNELS Beautiful economy, Radio, 4 spd. savings galore. BankAmerlcardor
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand trans., A-1 1 Cond., See A. T. Madison, Master Charge welcome.
delivery Est 1925. Poodle Credit Union Ext. 2431 or 3841391. ( PLENTY FREEPARKING
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 7939 VOLVO )
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and Excellent financing existing on this 3
Edgewood) 3890064. Bdrm, 2 bath home with CH and AC f t' ,., .DR1 E The BARN ;
Unit, bit-in kit, fenced yard. Priced In
high teens. Owner needs quick sale.
Campbell Realty of Jax, Inc. SHOP and SAVE!! I!
SINGER AUTOMATIC Realtor 398.0851 Now-3 Big Locations
CONSOLE MODEL Shop The BARN Nearest
Youl I
Sacrifice original price $300. Pay
balance $62 or reliable party assume MANDARIN AREA mot # I WEST SIDE
$8 payments. Sewing machine does Just min. away from NAS vis NEW r 648 \
Parkview
Dr.
zigzag designs. Call 353.1946 BRIDGE Lovely Deluxe Homes.A3BR
ANYTIME. Will deliver. ,2'/2' B.-Split Level $25,000 &up. 388-9101)
4 BR, 2 Bath, Rambler at $24,000. Low 5 $1 Drive out West Beaver St. Park-
Interest' mortg. to assume. Also for view Is only 1 block east of
Edgewood &
homesites from $3,000 up. Thurs. Fri. Sat. & Sun. Only Beaver.
STEREO CONSOLE$63 L.Walter BenJamin, Inc. # 2 SOUTHSIDE
Take up payments on stereo console, Real I tors-268.5506 103rd & Standing Center 6525 Beach Blvd.

4-speed record changer-slereo 771-7970 724.1277
combination radio. Balance due $63 or
IOOKKEEPINGAND # 3 .
$8 per month. Phone 353-1946 night or PHONE DOWNTOWN
AHEAD
day. Will deliver, no obligation. A-1 TAX SERVICE 1051 Broad St.

Exchange 1606 Main St. ..................... FOR rASTER SERVICE I 355-8026

SCM PHOTO COPY

AKC DACHSHUND PUPPIES NOTARY PUBLIC INNNNMN NNIIINNNIIINNNII I INIINNNNIINIINMI1WINI
6 weeks old. 4 males available. Call Income Tax Preparation

after 4 p.m. 7711264. Expert Service Guaranteed .

OPEN 9 A.M. .

UNIVERSAL Earlier by AppointmentUNTIL
Sewing MachinesTen 8 P.M.
To Sell I Late 100% GUARANTEE
Scratched in handling. Makes but by AppointmentSATURDAYS /
tonholes, fancy designs, blind hems, to 6 PM
monograms. 20 yr. guarantee. 5 yr. Bill Gardel has No appointment necessary
free service. Reg. prlce-$169. Now$58 PH. 384-1034 63 VW SEDAN $895
cash or $5 mo. 10 day free home trial. never had an 1907 BLANDINO BLVD.at R&H.
Rayfleld Sewing Center .
accident. Don't let his first mistake Shirley St.
6437 Wilson Blvd. 7715028. Same
location since 1953 64 VW SEDAN $995
__u_ be__ vour,___ .last.___. Drive__n_ defensively.__ ____ ..._ _
One owner, original, 34,000 miles.

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS 65 VW SEDAN $1095
Consoles spme with AM-FM, tape -
players. At dealers cost to liquidate R&H.
stock. Full warranty I Phone 7710409.
66 VW SEDAN $1195

R&H.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Run your own business, work your 66 KARMAN GHIA $1495

own hours, up to 60 percent returns.. Dazzellng lime-green, R & H; WSW.
Minimum investment $1,000

Maximum Investment $4500 3985906. ., 66 VW FASTBACK $1495
'
br d!', .Y S,* R&H. .

AUTO AIR.COND. SERVICEWe
also service and repair window y.4.x.4I 69 VW SQUAREBACK $2595
and central units. Automatic trans., factory air, R & H.

Tyler's 4711 Palmer Heating(Lake&Air Shore Cond.) 1.M. GETAmlTlOR MANY, MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM

388.5161


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Almost new. $100. 282-5136.


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A Good second beer cooler $40. 264- / 388 2755
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Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday I to 6
6 PIECE RATTAN FURN.SET
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...

I Air Operations Maintenance Division On the Go... I


Jax Be it Navy- Air Force, maintenance of all visiting The Air Operations Maintenance AOMD officer, and LCdr. R. A. The division's electronics
I Marine or Army aircraft, one air planes, plus keep the station'sown Division, under the leadership of Goslin, assistant AOMD officer, technicians, electricians, power
I: station division must maintain 17 aircraft in top flying Cdr. C. M. Thomas, Air Ops of- is staffed to accomplish their plant and structural mechanics
current knowledge on the condition at all times. ficer, LCdr. J. R. Beddard. mission with expediency and provide top notch service and
., ___ efficiency.One repair for aircraft visiting the
I -- ,. .....' -"" JIYI !,w' Lj' =J __ hundred and fifty enlisteds station.
and eight officers have the With NAS Jax as the main
k ______ responsibility of maintaining the station for Search and Rescue
station's aircraft and performing service for the Jax Complex
programmed maintenance and (including Naval Station
trouble shooting and repairing Mayport and Cecil Field), AOMDis
assigned aircraft. charged with maintaining, nine
Continued on Next PageR

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TEAMWORK For lust one calendar inspection on an aircraft, It takes personnel from eight
different ratings.ADJ1 W. C. Peters,AMS2 K. D. Watson, PR3 C. H. Baker, ATN2 J. J. Datz, AK1 T.
ti "r W. Roberts/-AE1 J. C. Jeffcoat, AlA C. A. Coles, ADR2 C. D. Lemley and ADR1 L. C. Potts
demonstrate this variety of specialities needed at AOMD. .. .
-----
ADR1 J. U.
C-117 --
Thaens, ADR3 R. B.
a IfIf1WJllRIJ:1a.: .. Windlow, and ADR1 R. A.
efft1t4 # lilt Carroll await the loadingof

the Triple Niner as they
i prepare to loin their sister
a aircraft, C-131, In cargo

transport duties..


".


as" tom, aa
\4Sl4
t tr
MATERIAL CONTROL Lt.
jax's GreatestFURNITURE R. Vazquez, discusses workload
'I problems with ADRC K. P. Jones
and ATC J.A. Billings. AZ3 Cindy 1
Values! England keeps the aircraft status ," aa, ,7
board up to date under the q ?
WHOLESALE direction of ADJCT.A. Margolin.
PRICE TOEVERYONEOPEN -4w n.

I. President Pushes y

a' ,... EVERYDAY -_. *_ War on Narcotics

-' WASHINGTON (AFPS) ADRC P. E. Nadeau ADRl L. C. responsible for maintaining the
I' President Nixon has signed a
Potts, ATR2 R. B. McGaughey technical library and qualityand
bill
SUNDAY supplemental appropriations>
AZAN Amy Peragus are control records.
giving the Treasury Department
'TIL & P MSURPLUS .
,r $8.7 million for a campaign 6
against narcotics smuggling. yeo x
Treasury Secretary David M. ?
GOODS Kennedy said the President has
directed him to "initiate a ma-
jor new effort to guard the na-
DISCOUNT STORE tion's borders and ports againstthe
growing volume of narcotics
from abroad. HU-16 -- ADR1 J. C.
Taylor, ADJ2 H. Horace
< '3 3r5 and ATN2 J. E. Williams
'' take a break from their
.
work on this air station
GOOD NEWS FOR Huey aircraft also used In
search and rescue

YOUNG SERVICEMEN operations.

1

Reliable auto, insurance for E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4 Buy Bonds
and single NCO's is now available from Criterion

Insurance Company.Criterion is a GEICO
affiliate and specializes in car insurance for

young military personnel. You will enjoy important -
benefits like these: convenient payment HONDA

plans,country-wide claim service,driver
training discounts and complete coverage. ADMIN ASSISTANCE. AZAN Cowart while SN C. S. Deputy MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
C. J. Benson accepts the daily maintains the division's 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
Criterion is licensed and complies with Mil- muster report from AZ1 E. L. correspondence and records.IMPORTED PHONE 7718244PAGE

tary Insurance Regulations in every state except -

Massachusetts. Call781-7600for complete TIRE CITY
information and a personal rate quota
tion. If you need immediate coverage, visit CHEESES FLEET DISCOUNT TO
our office at 5812 Normandy Boulevard. NAVY PERSONNEL
CiteriRf a liikAnericard ALL SIZLSRECAPS


a .** *. lHIIS 1tJj1IB $8.88
Plus tax .ichang*
I t:A i Criterion SHOCKS
INSURANCE COMPANY ROOSEVELT MALL TOM WALTON
i-i; $5.55
j 4455 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
IT 1 : \a Home Office: Washington, D.C. MANAGER plus labor
.v..,."" JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA PHONE 389-7811 3887371l
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JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 15


I ...Service, Repair. ; ,, Search and Rescue and Training/ ..... II


aircraft for this vital mission.. lathed for logistics and pilot
Two HIM6 seaplanes and proficiency training and provide c6'
seven SH-34 helicopter are on 15- service for pilots at Naval Station
minute calls during normal flight Charleston and Mayport as wellas
hours and one hour call at all those assigned to the Jax
,
other times. These aircraft also ',, "; ".''. .
Complex. ;
-
,:. .v. .
form a part of the national Search With a 24-hour day, seven daysa ,. ,.' "\;" ,. :"I', ,, ....
and Rescue system and are week work schedule, the :. '. ,' ,.. .' 1.;' ':.' ) ,
frequently called on to provide Division's transient line crew '* -. .j'
service throughout this area. parks and services 400 to 500 ,.: ,
Additionally, the Division visiting aircraft per month. 11I
trains and provides the enlisted These '
planes range from the ti< "
flight crews for Search and Air simplest passenger type to the .
Rescue who have participated in latest f Jet.Each requires diffirent
eight missions and rescues in the services and types of fuel,oil, air,
past year. nitrogen oxygen, and support
Another facet of responsibilityfor equipment for starting and k
AOMD, under the direction of maintenance. For their wide r ;
the Naval Air Logistics Coor- range of knowledge and ability,
dinator Atlantic Fleet, is the the men of the transient line have
manning and maintenance of the frequently been commended by
station's two transport ,aircraft visiting pilots for their promptand TRIPLE NINER Juit one of fhe,00 to 500 plants month brought In by ttMtntmbtrt of ttw
which move carge and personnel efficient service. AOMD Transient line ADJ O. D. McDaniel, ATNAN W.V. Peoples and ADRAN B. W. Howson en
throughout the Caribbean and These informal commendations regulars on this hard working crew e'
eastern United States. These from those who know
aircraft are also utilized for are a tribute to the personnel of
transporting high ranking AOMD who shoulder a great ; .. '..
military and other personnel responsibility and carry it with '
quality service.

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Goss, ADR2 B. L. Ballard, 11 r *
and ATN3 J. S. Beam are 7 7Lr
y1.11f .
ve.1+ .w rK Y 7
crewmembers for this f
cargo transport which
along with Triple Niner
also carry personnel and
cargo throughout the
main- Caribbean and eastern
,. United States Division Officer, LCdr. J. R. AFCM S.A. leker talk some
d r 'a A SF's a
k Beddard, and Leading Chief routine personnel assignments.


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dtawtaw. ,:
--:.", FREE TOW IN

ri, FREE PICKUP & IILIVEIYIr
,, I i lljlH IMII
f I > i&* -A &'i.tf WK-
V rp ALL GENERAL REPAIRS

Alec Lmmpe. .... CALL FOR SERVICE NEAREST YOU.
lAY 3i.1.14 lITE 733-471.
Jtottic ........ And when
he takes her for a drive Alec watches!
Dome more than he watches the traffic.So .. ADJ2 C. N. Griffin stands by a fire
you'd better be watching out for Alec! extinguisher one of the air station's six aircraft used GOODYEARWANTED

Watch out for the other guy! for logistics'' and pilot proficiency training warms up.FAMILY .
"
Publiihtd It" iwt lives in CNjwratiw with Tk*
dnrtiiing Council and the Kitional' Safety Council.

Ne.1 Someone To Take Over Payments

FURNITURE s REPOSSESSED MERCHANDISE
WAREHOUSEDirect UWJJacksonville's
from factory to you 1 WESTINGHOUSE SIDE IY SIDE
COMPARE: Quality// & Pre/ REFRIGERATOR
CASH CARRY
Corner Can you Roovevelt afford not to&St.compare Johns? 1-GENERAL ELECTIC COLOR I.V.
I
SERVICE DEPT. SPECIALSIUIE

FRIENDLY, RELAXED& I
QUIET ATMOSPHERE STEAK HOUSE AND OIL GUARANTEED USED TIRES

iiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiii,\ BLANDING BLVD. at CEDAR RIVER $5 50 list Sizes|
IDEALLY .
LOCATED FOR
CLOSE CECIL FIELD TO SCHOOLS N.A.S. P.S. We gladly serve Single Folks too. HOST U.S. CARS $5.00 TO $12.00 -


..CHURCHES............SHOPPING......II II........AND No.2.! ,MAJOR TUNE UP SPECIAL
: :
Mr.&Mrs. Payton Watson, 6 cyl. ONL $18.88 IO LJ8'cyl. ,

Take 103rd 771-6666 to FirestoneRd. fJtJAIUL 7n tw I. ONLY $22.22 (a.v.fMAKE :

., Turn South 2 Blocks 6COFFEE
Past Forrest High School. : SHOP : RELINED

1203 SOUTH LANE AVENUE. Small Cars $26.95 Large $2..9S _
UOLONIALFOREST = Open 24 Hours Every Day! : ,.
MOST U. S. CARS (Linings Only)
: N..3COMING ,;

= SOON! GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE

5928 FIRESTONE ROAD ........ ........................ 5429 NORMANDY 1LVD. PHONE 7H-. '2ii I


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't rui Ut MCE Rework Employees Top wards





List for Achievements, IdeasJax


eI
I .. Seven Naval I Air yes a5k schedule and manhour norms

Rework employees and a f.. i 'Here beaten on 90 percent of the

card punch operator at aircraft his nomination said.
Motes, a planner and estimator
Data Processing are
aviation metalsmith, was cited
among the civilians for the qualify and accuracy of

aboard the station in the his work, as well as for the

news this week. decisions he makes and the
: manner in which he deals with
Four Rework employees -
'The nomination said that
people.
Warren L. Courson, James P.
in the absence of other plannerand
Cromwell and t
Fedick, Carl F.
estimator personnel, he has
George E. Motes Jr. were p '
11 presented: with sustained Jt capably handled their job.

superior performance awards by Everette L. Wilson of NARF's

M Capt. D. H. Heile, NARF com- 'I""'-'-.w< Shop 4241 was honored after he
; manding officer. Herring suggested that a change in
30 YEARS A NAVYMAN. Lt. Orville Jones, NAS Weapons, is piped An airframes mechanic, procedure be adopted by using a
over the side during ceremonies at Weapons presided over by Capt. H. Coursen was cited for his broad like part to repair an aircraft

0. Cutler HAS CO. Lt. Jones plans, without a doubt, to spend his technical knowledge and component.

t retirement fishing and fishing and fishing I Civilian professional competence as a Merril M. Herring came up

f. *? mechanic. His award nominationsaid with an idea that is expected to

'Coursen displays a high save the Navy$94,380 for the first
Admiral Hey worth Supports Promotion degree of integrity, and even year after implementation.

temperment and congenial Herring observed that turbine
personality, which commandsthe and nozzle vanes were being
BulletinJax respect of,and enables him to discarded after engines were

Equal Employment ProgramJax effectively supervise men. He received for overhaul because of

constantly strives to improve overheating. After his suggestiona

employees of the work methods and NARF efficiency program was developed to test

Naval Air Rework Facility, air by using on-the-job the'vanes so that good material
-RAdm. L. Heyworth Jr., Coordinated Federal Wage experience and the beneficial
station, Naval Air Reserve could be saved. The salvagablevanes
commander, Fleet Air System which will go into effectin '
Training nit, Fleet Air suggestion program. are now saving real
Jacksonville, has assured this area on or about March 22. Jacksonville, Fleet Aviation Aircraft METALSMITH !
money
representatives of naval commands Other business discussed included Electronic Training Unit Atlantic Fedick was credited with completing Airframes Mechanic George C.

in the Jacksonville area of new directives concerningthe Detachment Jacksonville, all his work in 40 percentless Bennett earned a zero defects
his interest in and support of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commissary Stores, Naval time than the time allowedon achievement award for his work

Equal Employment Opportunity Program. Hospital, Navy Recruiting work assignment cards duringthe in Shop 3224. His shop repairs and
Program. The joint meeting of the Area Station, Disease Vector Control rating period. tests aircraft cables, bungee
The occasion for AdmiralHeyworth's
Equal Employment Opportunity Center, Resident Storage Office, The performance award wentto cords, chains and other, arrestinggear
comments the
j was Committees was initiated in Cromwell because he
Fleet Weather Facility, Fleet con equipment.
I joint meeting of the Jax Navy 1968 of
February as a means
Area Intelligence Center Europe, sistently exceeded the per The lone woman being honored
portunity Equal Committees Employment hosted Op- providing an opportunity for Navy Finance Office, Regional formance standards expected for this week is Jeanette M. James,
by
exchange of information, to
Office of Civilian in his 'Due toCromwell's
Manpower one position. of the Data Processing Depart
NAS Jax on Feb. 25. Admiral discuss and develop new.
Management, Defense Surplus prompt action, high
Heyworth was introduced to the ment who received a quality step
representatives by Capt. H.O. procedures to implement the Sales Office, Jacksonville,should quality and timely decisions, 85 increase. She is currently a card
Equal Employment Opportunity refer to the official bulletin percent of aircraft processedwere in
the
punch operator Key Punch
Cutler, commanding officer, of Program and to coordinate
boards in their various work ahead of
completed Division.
.. .
the station.In community relations in the area -
addition to Captain Cutler,in of areas for information concerning
Equal Employment Op
all positions for which applications Social Security
attendance were Capt. D.H. portunity.The .
are now being ac
Heile, commanding officer, joint meetings are nor

Naval Air Rework Facility and mally held on a quarterly basis cepted.There are existing and-or Benefits Available to
representatives from the Naval and meeting places rotate. In
vacancies to be filled
anticipated
Air Station, Cecil Field, Naval keeping with the purpose of the
from the bulletins and sub-
Station, Mayport, U.S. Naval joint meetings, representativesof
sequent registers for the Adopting Grandparentslittle
1 Hospital, Regional Office of the various government shown below
positions :
; Civilian Manpower Management, well
sponsored programs as as Property Disposal Officer GS- By Lewis S. Gossette kid is so willing to offer on a
''t Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Navy individuals from the educational
4 Commissary Store, Naval Air field have made at 1104.10 MPB No. 23-70, with a Grandparents are, by and job he doesn't have to do.
presentations
Reserve Training Unit, Navy the meetings. March 17 closing date for receiptof larger, nicer to kids than almost Sometimes grandparents, in

'a Fuel Depot and Navy Exchange. applications anybody. Grandmas remember their soft-hearted way, even

;o Donald L. Reynolds, Wage and Water Plant Operator, MPB birthdays and Christmas and assume major obligations they
Classification Division, Civilian No. 24.70, open continuously with Easter, and grandfathers have don't have to those of raising
..f Personnel Department, Naval the first cut off date set for March time to listen and even seem to grandchildren whose parents

Air Station, Jacksonville, briefed 24. need the left-handed help that a can't or won't do the job. We hear
the frequently from grandparentslike
representatives on the -----
this. The story they tell is

B e.ri.raJ.. MARCH 15-22 pretty standard. It goes along
these lines
and
: 'My daughter
: *:: ::::::::: : ::: :;: :-::::::: >> ":>.. .:; $: her husband have split up. She

SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY 10:00: can't support the children and he
won't, so they are going to be
500lf PREACHING 11:00 & 6:00 living with us. Now that I am

retiring and am going to get

HEAR IRVIN HIMMEL of Tampa, Fla. social security payments, can I

MITELY 7:45 get a check for them too, since I
Sheraton am supporting them?'

:mmwm: :::: : : LAKESHORE CHURCH OF CHRIST; The answer is, unfortunately,
'No. The only children who can

Boulevard receive benefits on your social
2121 Blending
ii on weekends. security are your own natural
children, adopted children, or

step-children. And, of course,
u'lmUImtIIIIilIIE1"ILI' I they would have to be under 18 or
Stay at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn disabled since before 18.'
Fans!
In the Continental U.S.* at V2 'the regular Motorcycle Sometimes, the circumstancesare

rate on Friday, Saturday,and Sunday YpIHItININNiINIISEE such that the grandparentsend

nights. THE MOST COMPLETE 'I-l: up legally adopting their

You don't have to be in uniform.All you SELECTION OF r., ...".- I.; ,., .,.. grandchildren. When that hap-
need is your ID. ." 'h"' :.. .. J:-. pens the children can possibly

HONDASFROM '. .. ,,, '" "'. receive benefits on Grandpa's '
Next time you get a weekend pass, : ? social
security credit.
unwind in style at Sheraton. 50's fo 7505 1.' Before
r.\ > September 1958, no benefits were
'Reservations are accepted on a HMHi H payable for the first three years
"Standby Basis"only and are subject following the
IN NORTH FLORIDA AT OUR.. adoption. Now,
to space availability at time of check-In. however, benefits can begin with
Offer does not apply to the St.Regis- ALL NEW HEADQUARTERS the month the adoption is final.

Sheraton in New York City.SheiiatMiJacksonville. WITH COMPLETE SERVICE DEPT. We are not advising grand-
parents to adopt grandchildren

@ HONDA & BMWof they are caring for. There are a
I- lot of other considerations in-

1 volved besides social security .
North
HotelGULF Florida Our advice is simply this: if they

6123 do adopt the children they should
LIFE CENTER Philips Highway Phone '398-3811 or 398-4200
SHERATON HOTELS AND MOTOR INNS. A WORLDWIDE SERVICE OF EEC waste no time in coming to see us
about their social security.



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Part 2 e .. .......a rry
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Of Drugs and The Lonely Crowd B G s .' : 0 44'4.i:


(Following iI the second of a three part eerier excerpts from remark (:_$# !
b1/ Commissioner Larry A' Dear: Addiction Service Ag.nc1New York
Cit1/ His talk, "0/ Drug and The Lonely Crowd," was delivered at the n r
annual awards luncheon of the Advertising Council, Incorporated)


The great increase in anxiety; the myth that con- to put this message before you, however: Given the first three or four rows of the auditorium-and
flicts can be magically resolved, and our adult attitudes your special skill and resources, how can we best in addition over to my right some young people. I
about the role of thugs are some major fac- turn them into a.counter force against the conceptof guess there were eight or 10 of them, the leader
tors that make up "the phenomenon we refer to as chemical escape? wearing a leather jacket, long sideburns-you know
the "drug problem. With the model of our drug We all have a role in the creation of this counter the whole uniform. Well was angry enough at the
culture before them, it is no wonder that our young force. Those of us who are on the firing line, work- empty house to really put it to everybody there. I
people have opted for the chemical solution. It is ing directly with addicts and with soft drug abusers guess in a way this was unfair. After all the people
ironic, but the fact is that this is one of the few must continue to develop and implement treatment sitting in front of me had .stayed!
cultural "values" of our generation that they have programs. This will require skilled staff, money anda In any event we got on the soft drug problem and
adopted for their own. constant heightening of public receptivity to the spent perhaps an hour or so discussing it and I think
Two major factors distinguish our 20th century concept of rehabilitation.A everyone was happy with what they heard and felt
situation from the more primitive and traditionaleras recent experience of mine comes to mind. I somewhat involved. So when I finished my presentation -
however; the first has to do with the enormous one of the adults got up and talked about how
increase in the sheer amount and density of messages wonderful it was to really begin to deal with the
and information communicated in recent years. problem of soft drug use and how difficult it was
Concomitant with this phenomenon is the heightened 'Drug Problem' Factors: for the younger and older generations to get to-
receptivity, susceptibility if you will, of the gether on important matters such as this.
mass of individuals to the message. This susceptibility At this point the leader of the group of kids-I
of course, bears a close relationship to the Myths, Attitudes, Anxietyspoke guess he was maybe 16-stood up and said: "Com-
development of the anxiety I spoke about previously. missioner, I guess you know where it's at. We heard
Your profession has not created this social malaise what you said and it makes some sense, but let me _: '
; actually as culture bearers you must reflect a couple of weeks ago at a high school in one tell you something"-and here he pointed to the
it as long as it exists. However, your profes- of the more affluent areas of our city-an upper row after row of empty seats-"We don't go for
sion is. in part, guilty of selectively utilizing andcapitalizing middle-class white community by and large-on the this garbage about generation gap. We are not your
on the tendency for quick and easy reso- problem of loft drug abuse. Several thousand flyers problem. We are here. We didn't walk out, they did."
lutions of existing emotional conflicts. You are truly had been sent out to community people and the And he pointed to all those empty seats. And I wantto
skilled at packaging ideas and products in the most mayor himself was to appear. I guess some 350 or tell you something: these kids weren't just there;
productive way possible. One need only to watch 400 people showed up. Evidently they were interested they were there hurting.
television, listen to advertisements on the radio, or in hearing the mayor but not in learning They had too much: pride to say they were fouled
read them in magazines to comprehend the depths to about soft drugs. up on drugs and that they wanted help but, in the
which consumer research has probed our insecurities When the mayor finished speaking generally about language of the streets, they were "flagging. They
and come up with packageable solutions-many of the drug problem, and left for another engagement, were there for help you see, and they were saying:
them chemical. all but perhaps 50 people or so left with him. It was "We came here to listen and we came here to talk
In saying this, I realize I am making a judgment rather disappointing that they felt such little con- and every father and mother got up and walked out
about a situation which has many complex and extenuating cern about remaining to deal specifically with the on us., And let me tell all of you that that's where
factors-most of which are beyond any problem of soft drugs. it's at. That is something you can learn about'your
one individual's control or responsibility. do want Anyhow there were some 50 adults left dorm In responsibility to participate. (AFPS)


--- Defense Supply Team SERVICEMEN

11 II I II

lIB Here to Hear Problems YOU ARE INVITED'HOMECOMING'


Jax A team of technical number of the item, the contractor

personnel from the Defense requisition number (if known) MARCH 15, 1970 9:45: A.M.
,1W' Supply Agency (DSA) will visit be assembled before getting with
the air station today and the team. EVANGELASSEMBLY

tomorrow to solicit comments, In order to assure that your
complaints and recom- problem will be made known to OF GOD

mendations pertaining to the the team,or if you wish to discussthe
quality, reliability, main- 5714 Ramona Blvd. 781-9393
visit, contact Gordon L.King,
tainability and usability of items SUNDAY SCHOOL 9-45: A.M.
at Ext. 2674.
that DSA procures and supplies.The MORNING WORSHIP 10:45 A.M.
information the team' -
accumulates will be evaluated by

and the cognizant appropriate DSA corrective Supply Center action I MOVE INTO 'The SPOILER' I

initiated. ............*............................*.."o:
: XMvXCXCvXXvXXvXXtX"AXtXvXXX'X: *?'
The team will hold informal ;
discussions with the station's

Supply Department personneland
other technical people and ja MATADOCAPARTMENTS
any quality problems with DSA
items should be made known to
AIR MEDAL. AOCS Claude I. Leasure, attached to the Naval Air .
the team.If .
Maintenance Group here received the Air Medal from LCdr. R. T.
I have a problem, it is
you
served two tours in Vietnam .
Leasure separate
Kangus, OinC, recently. important that the particulars of
to win the medal.
the problem, the federal stock
1, 2 and 3 I. roo. ApirtMeits

I CorDsman Rotations Changed from $138 month

FURNISHED or UNFURNISHEDAN

Jax-The Navy has announcedthat HMCs are now being A-70 and subsequent
being made in assigned in accordance with SEAVEY segments will be as APARTMENT COMMUNITY WITH SEPARATE
changes are
the rotation of hospital corpsmento Chapter 28 of the Transfer follows: HMl-30 months,HM2.30 COMPLEXES FOR SINGLES, FAMILIES, ADULTS

relax accelerated rotation Manual and shore tours for all months. HM3 24 months, and CO-ORDINATED WALL TO WALLCARPETING
necessitated Vietnam.In chiefs in the HM field have been HN 24 months. MEDITERRANEAN and
by the changes the extended to 30 months. C\.. Tour lengths for all HMl's FURNITURE COORDINATEDDRAPES
announcing
now serving ashore have been
will
All other male corpsmen
Chief of Naval Personnel ex .
ABUNDANCE OF
increased to 24 months.Tours for
be transferred in accordancewith .
pressed the Navy's and the RAMBLING AREA CLUB ROOM
SEAVEY SHORVEY all HM2's and below who are now
to all
country's appreciation procedures. SEAVEY obligated serving ashore remain, un- 2 FULL BATHS CLUB SIZE POOLCHILDREN'S
have
for the job they
corpsmen changed. WITH 2 and 3
done in the field while serving service requirements have been BEDROOM APTS POOL
Details about the
reduced to 14 months for all HM2, new rotation
with the Marines.
in the HM3 and Hfl. Those completingtours procedures are outlined in DRESSING ROOMS DISHWASHERSRANGES
incorporated
Changes
include in Vietnam will be assignedas Bureau of Personnel Notice 1306 WITH ALL 3 ANDDISPOSALS
new assignement policy : if they had completed a full sea of Feb. 21 and may be obtained at BEDROOM MODELS
duty
Shipboard independent
corpsmen will complete full sea tour.. command personnel offices. PERSONALLY CONCERNED MANAGEMENT

tour aboard ship, and then be AND 24-HOUR MAINTENANCE
assigned ashore under SEAVEY.
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I: Navy Careers Grow At NAS Shipover Ceremonies I Ir I



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-- PHI Gary Haney
ships for three in the office of AN EASY BUNDLE ATN2 Douglas D. Shepard of FAETU
x+ bd1s Cdr. H. H. Smith, commanding received the congratulations of LCdr. R. L. Poffenberger after he
a officer of Com Fair Jax Flag reenlisted for six years and received a bonus of$9,844.20.TORPEDOMAN .
Administration Unit.

TWILIGHT TOUR AMSCM O. H. Vogel receives his sixth
reenlistment plaque from VP-16 Executive Officer Cdr. E, R. Nordt-
vedt. Chief Vogel chose VP-14 as the squadron in which he would
i complete his last tour in the Navy.


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SHIPPING FOR THREE -
With nine years of service behind
him, ADR2 Nevin R. Sekle
reenlisted March 5 for three more
years. Congratulating Selke is
VW-4 Commanding Officer, Cdr. y REENLISTS
A. 'F' Marsh. Petty Officer Selkeis TM3 D. M. Whitley accepts his
a crew leader in the squadron's t honorable discharge papers from
a WITH RIGHT HAND RAISED- ADR1 Leo R. Beliveau is sworn in power plants division. ;j 4, Cdr. K. J. Greenshaw, weapons
for three more years as LCdr. John R. Beddard, AOMD officer. officer. Moments later Whitley
FROM COMMUNICATIONS xa took the oath of enlistment for
Bellveau is
attached to AOMD's plane captain division.
I RM1 Daniel R. Mercer adds four four years.
more years to his career during a
reenlistment ceremony in the HousingContinued
.
office of LCdr. G. W. Loll,
I Communications officer. Whenhe
Ic completes the enlistment, ( from Page I 11)I)

Mercer will have served 14 yearsof military homes, the more
active Navy time. : housing available for the civilian
community.Most .
.'. .' /" __.. of the new construction is
., ''f' 'IIIIIIIIIII ''/''-Ar :
;? ------ I townhouses. The increased
-------------------1 feeling of privacy makes them
1 1| preferable to the high rise

I LOST OUR !| apartment.
I I In some areas of the country,
I Navy families find that they are
hard to the for
pressed pay rent a
I

I 1 LEASE I; satisfactory Chafee. has supported home. Secretary an ex-
tension of the variable housing
Money isn'tscarce 1 allowance. This allowance, now
only given as a supplement: to the
SS
& MUST VACATE I IN 30 DAYSI I normal allowance overseas,

: at. HFC DRASTIC Reductions up to
%
9 housing costs are above average.
'f' Finding it hard to borrow? See us. We'll be happy
SECNAV has said that he will
S $1295
.I .to make y"ou a loan forPaY1n.6bifls.: .... buying car Platform Rockers I continue to push for this change.The .
furnishing or fixing up your home. or any Navy now leases some
other good reason. For a prompt loan on terms I Sofa Beds (vinyl) NNN.ONNNNNNNNN $3650 $ apartments and houses to
your budget can handle, borrow with confidence 1 provide housing for bases where
; from HFC. 1' LargeVinylRecliners 1 $3950 there is a temporary shortage.
M N NNNNNNN
There is a possibility that this

:."r'II'Z ':. ,'. .. ..:..!...: ....... .....,....I...... .,... I 6 pc. Bassett Bedroom Reg.$339.50 28950 NS policy installations will be, are extended.taking A few ad

vantage a national Housing Act
:. Borrow up to too Innerspring Mattress or Box Springs *1695 I for low income families for
sailors who do
w :. ......... ............ ............ .. 1 1 housing. A liaison not with rate military Housingand

1 100" Gold Velvet Sofa M____ $19950, 1 Urban Development has
; been set to discuss how
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE up they
I French Provo China (Bassett) -.-n $139 I can Other be of approaches help to Navy are families.being

Jt explored to improve housing. In
:' 25 West Forsyth St.Phone: 355-9683 I French Prov.Sofa& Chair, Bassett J149 I all, it looke like housing is
1 basking in a spotlight which
+ L Cedar Hills Shopping Center 1 ENTIRE STOCK DRASTICALLY REDUCEDI' I II includes other benefits for
3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 Navymen and their families.
,' Right now, the Navy's retentionrate
i< ; 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 I HART is less than half what it
FURNITURE
It 1 S should be. And like Secretary
'ff
Penman Plaza Shopping Center Chafee says, making the Navy
I .; 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: : 246-6421 I 5525 Roosevelt Blvd. 387-2820 S more attractive means paying
more attention to things like
Jir.'III.lIIIIIII.I.I'II.lIIIIIIII family housing.


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JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 19
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a .t' Largest Tournament



*: Carlson's Two UnderTakes




'IT IvY Links TourneyJaxBob -


Carlson of HomesteadAFB Brittle, who is a corpsman at
Fla. bogied the final hole of the NAS Dispensary finished in
the tournament but it was only fifth place, eight shots back of
one of a few miscues that he winner Carlson.
rN0 ? encountered as he won the 1970 In the final total of team play
Southeast Military InvitationalGolf Jax Navy finished fifth with a 919
tournament last Friday. total.
Carlson shot a final round one-
under 71 to add to his earlier Top IndividualsBob
rounds of 71.72 for a 214 total anda

five-shot edge over his nearest Carlson, Homestead. AFB,
; rival, Charles Cowan of Ft. Fla. 214Charles

Jackson,S.C., Cowan, Ft. Jackson, S.
In the battle for the coveted C. ,219
team trophy Ft. Jackson came Steve Smith. Stewart 220
out on top with a 899 total and an James Conance, Ft. Jackson 220
eight shot edge over Homestead. Walt Brittle, Jax Navy 222
William Carroll, Maxwell AFB
Early Leaders 223 -c r
Capt. Oscar Gray, golf committM chairman, congratulates winner Bob Carlson as runntrs-up Steve Bob Foster, Shaw AFB 223
Smith and Charles Cowan look on. The eighth annual tournamenthad Dave Holcombe, Patrick AFB .
its largest total of entries this 224 '

Track Meet Set year with 32 teams and 160 Dan Herring, Homestead AFB. .
golfers from six southern statesas 224

well as a team from Puerto Jeff Henderson, MacDill AFB >
For Late MarchJax
Rico. Played through winds, 224Tom
rain, fog and finally sunshine Flow, Pope AFB .224
The annual NAS Jax three golfers shared the first
Track and Field Meet will be held round lead with three-under par
Tuesday, March 31, according to ".. tJ;.;" 69s.Walt Top Ten Teams
the 'j Brittle of host,
announcement by Athletic Jax Navy,
'j1 Ft. Jackson S. C. 899
Director Frank Bill Carroll of Maxwell AFB Ala. ,
McCaffrey. 1"1" ,
I Homestead, AFB Fla. 907
The meet, which will start at 2 and Charles Cowan of Ft. Ft. ,
Bragg, N. C. 916
p.m., will be comprised of ,ten ;. Jackson held the lead after 18 Shaw AFB 918
events with trophies going .to holes but in the second round the Jacksonville Navy 919",
each of the winners and runner ',./ rains came and caused scores to Maxwell AFB 928
up The events will be: the 100 soar. Brittle skied to an 81 the Mayport
Navy 930
yard dash; 220 yard dash; 440 ,",\\1<. second day and shot himself out CNABT Pensacola 932
yard dash; 880 yard run; one mile of contention despite firing a final Ft. Stewart 935
run; running high jump; running '" round 72, which included a 33 on Albany Navy 938
broad jump; pole vault; 12 pound \ t the back nine.
shot put; and sprint medley w ;
relay. Individuals may be en-

tered in as many events as r A 4Capt. .
desired. Gray presents championship trophy to.Ft. Jackson team
Rosters must be turned in to
the NAS Athletic Office five days Traffic SafetyBoating
prior to the meet. This meet will lANK AMERICARD AMERICAN EXPRESSe STANDARD..
precede the ComFairJax Track OILtMASTERCHARGE Credit Cards HonorestLT
and Field meet by one week. Is Great Fun ....

If You Get It There Roosw IALL'


National Safety Council If you must pass, rememberthat
F ITTAKESs12 reminds motorists who will be your passing zip is nearly all wash
pulling boat trailers this spring gone. And, being twice as long, car
and to you'll need twice the
summer never forget space to get
SECONDSTO even for a moment that they back in line. Your car should be
have something hitched to their equipped with two outside MONDAY THRU SATURDAY

FASTENA automobiles.The mirrors to help you check your HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM:
combination of position at all times, particularlywhen
SEAT BELT automobile, boat trailer and boatis passing.
perhaps twice as heavy, twiceas When turning a corner, swing
long and certainly at least as wide as you safely can to
twice as difficult to maneuver as allow the trailer to clear.
an automobile alone. Practice is the key to successful I II
backing. Go slowly and I ;
BEST Here are some suggestions for don't oversteer.
boat trailers You can'trecover
drivers pulling :
INVESTMENT IN if you go too far. Use a
'TIME'YOU'LL Always start slowly, applypower vacant parking lot for your first 30,000
gradually. few practice attempts.
EVER MAKE! MILE

Publithtd to w lira In eo-operttton with
N 'e GUARANTEE
.Tht MvtrtMng Council and th, National
Safety Council.. .

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:-... '.: : ::* ::::. "'I./ I Basketball Season Nears End

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m Teams Fighting for Playoffs

-
1. Name the NBA's only Negro
coach. Jax With the intramural matched Dimirack's 20 tallies. Hunters 79-77. Al Williams led

: Jax Softball coach Frank 2. What two major league base- basketball season coming to its NARTU, who have a firm hold on
I McCaffrey has put out the first ball clubs use synthetic turf on final two weeks teams in both Monday's Action second place, as he tallied 31 and

call for ball players for the their fields? leagues are making a final pushto Ken Hedrick hit for 26 for the
coming varsity Softball season. 3. Who is the oldest active player try and qualify for the playoffs The American League was in losers. It was just a matter of not

The team will have its first in baseball? and a shot at the intramural action Monday at King Hall in cashing in on the charity losses
4. Name the winner of the Andy NATTC with Aircraft Main- that caused the downfall of VW4as
workout March 15 at playoff championshipThe
Sunday, ,
Williams Golf Tournament this
11:30: a.m. on Mackroth Field. top four teams in each tenance taking the opener over they hit on only 23 of 34 compared

McCaffrey emphasized that all year.5. The Cleveland Browns traded league qualify for the playoffsand Admin 50-44 and moving into to the hot-shooting of

positions are wide open and that their top receiver, Paul War- in the American League this fourth place. Ralph Tisdale led NARTU's 23 of 27.
Sunday's workout would last only field, to what team? year only three teams presently the winners with 20 points while AFEES pulled the shocker of
until 1 p.m. 6. Name the highest paid athlete playing will make it due to the Admin's Josh Owsley led all the night as they slipped past VP-
in the world today. withdrawal of VP-5, the league scorers with 21. 45 53-47. Dick Mullin led the
Umpires Needed 7. Who is the track star recently champion. The Mad Foxes have NARTU and VW-4 battled rightto winners with 19 points and Jim

drafted by the Philadelphia deployed and; will not be able to the wire before the NARTU Stevenson paced the Red Darters

i Umpires for the intramural 8.Eagles Who? wrote the bestsellingbook field a team. quintet nipped the Hurricane with 17

softball season will have a "Instant Replay?" The standings, as of the
..' meeting and arrange for the startof completion of play Monday, are

a umpiring clinic Monday, posted in today's sports page.
March 16 a til:30 aim at the NAS ANSWERS In National League action last ti&tmetimlMt

'. Athletic Office. New men are Thursday MARTD almost
desperately needed to fill the assured themselves a place in the (
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', Tennis News JO XJ3UUOJ[ 'jdUIBJX AlMf Ul0f ''I 8SOJBO 64 behind the 16-point effort of de

... A meeting to set up a schedule .J1Iti J83D08; ; UBIIZtUg![ '33J[ '9 Bob O'Dare while Jasper Witt led
with 22.
for intramural tennis will be held wlt1dloa lWIJW 9uxosa Ops .
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possession of place as
Wednesday, March 18 at 9:30: 1ItUUnv '9J 'wlagllA1, 34COH 'f: they won by virtue of a forfeit
a.m. All units that will enter xoS allgMo2s31g0 over ComFairJax.
players in the competition must ; pus soa;IV uojsnon '6 Tony Dimirack's 20-points led

have a representative at this SOJUOSJSdng ; FICEUR to their second win of '
meeting. 9W as 'suajiiiAV ajuuai "I the season as they nailed MAD 52 >

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