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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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An admiral, high school queens, sailors and commander Fleet Air Jax (L) pitches in to help

scouts all turned out to make a success of stack bags during the day's activities. A local

A Good Tarn Saturday's Scout Good Turn Day for the benefit high school queen (C) helped with the unloading

of handicapped workers of the Goodwill Inand by day's end (R) donations 17,000 bags -.

dustries. RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., were nearing the ceiling

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military dlgnrnuurol.| 'I'h I' II|1'1'|II'II UK, 'i> .i.I| inlvirlisi-mcnls i In Uils ('iiilillt'ulioii iloivsiMilt' 'mislitiitiMin. iiilorM-mi-nl of unv mlliliiry ili>|iurUnint nf tin prixlm or si.>rvi<"I-H udvivtlxril.' Jax-A $250,000 project .
VOL. 27 NO. 50 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 19, 1970 to expand and refurbishthe
Blue Jackets Inn is

well underway. When

Employment Conference completed, the club will be
able to handle up to 950

patrons, 350 more than

Set for Future Retirees current fire regulations

i"c...y..-, :allowed in the old club.
The Civilian" Employment The current building will be
Jax-There will be a briefingby
the U. S. Employment Service Assistance Program is a expanded by 39 feet toward the
effort between the river and by 17 feet to the east. A
cooperative
.. for all Armed Forces personnel
. of Defense and the feature of the expanxion will be a
(and their dependents) eligiblefor Department
of Labor whereby 60-foot long sunken bar toward
retirement or transfer to the Department
Fleet Reserve within the next 18 career military members are the water front.
months at the NAS Jax theater at provided appropriate and timely, Other changes include a new
10 a.m. March 25. counseling concerning civilian game room, T.V. lounge and
labor market conditions. private dining area. New heads
Among those participating in will be installed and the current
E-6 Warrant the conference will be: RAdm. galley will be renovated to in-
Lawrence Heyworth Jr., Com- clude all new equipment for

Hopefuls Mist FairJax; Capt. H. 0. Cutler, CO cooking and serving.
While a contractor is completing *
NAS Jax; A. W Banks, Veterans
Service the expansion, Navy
Employment
Pass CPO Test representative, Florida State .. R exchange employee will com- .
refurbish the existingarea
Employment Service;Les Frye, pletely
staff training officer Florida expanding the main ball
WASHINGTON ... Navy P01's State Employment Service; room area. The Navy Resale
required to pass the E-7 exam for Ralph Bradford, Florida Retail System Office will pay for the
warrant officer eligibility must Federation; John Saare, new food and bar equipment as
submit requests to C.O.'s by May assistant to Vice President, for well as for tables and chairs in
I I. All other candidates for Instructional Services, Florida the main ballroom.An .
warrant officer have until August Junior College; Edward .1' opening date for the com
1 to submit requests.The Donahue, Veterans Administration I pleted project has not been
Warrant Officer Program ; G. R. Porter, vice determined.In .
provides a path of advancement president Navy League; John j other construction projects
to warrant officer for qualifieied Burton, office of Civilian Man. aboard station, plans for the new
CPO's and PQl's of the Regular power Management; Joe ? first and second class petty of-
Navy and Naval Reserve on Williams, Career Opportunity Beer Bout ficers club are being complete i,
active duty as well as TAft's. with the letting of the contract
board is convened Programs; Ed Baxley, Project The NAS Gym is not host site for the All-Navy beer bout contrary to this
selection sometime
A and LCdr expected to begin
Transition participant, the above scene. The Scoreboard Is for basketball not rounds. The
to consider
each February ap- summer, according to Lt. W.R.
F. W. Reynolds, Project Tran-
station's enlisted club while
gym is currently serving as the
plicantsAll Mitchum III, CEC, of the
sition site officer
initial appointments to renovation is being completed on the Blue Jackets Inn. Resident Officer in Charge of

warrant officer will be as Construction Office.

follows: Tabs Incentives 'A Must'WASHINGTON The new acey ducey club will
tISN and USNR men will be DoD Pay be patterned after the club at
appointed to Warrant Officer NAS Norfolk and is expected to
W- I (Temporary). be completed about one year
USN and USNItor.ion will be (AFPS) physicians's continuation pay.' shown a steady decline since FY after the contract is awarded.The .
, appointed to Warn: Officer, Proficiency pay and the variable The Secretary said retention 1966. new club will be built at the
W1 I IVrnunenU.'. r r I' n t m e' n t continues to be a 'serious Secretary Laird also said there same location of the current club
Applicants lor (he Warrant bonus are here to stay according problem,' particularly'in certain had been a serious decline in the (Bldg. 6(6). While construction is
Officer f Program must be U.S. Secretary of Defense Melvin R. critical skill areas.' The Fiscal reenlistment rate of career being completed, first and second
: citicns.Ape 1 Laird.At Year 1971 budget includes $340 enlisted personnel, and that the class POs will set up a temporaryclub
requirements are that ,they a joint session of the Senate million for these purposes, rate of reenlistment for career in Bldg. 593.Construction .
be at least 23: but not over 31 as of Armed Services Committee and compared with$300 million in FY personnel had dropped to 77.9 work just com
_ July I of the calendar year in the Senate Subcommittee on 1970. percent in FY 1969. This is the pleted and turned over to the
e. which application is made. Defense Appropriations, Outlining the department's lowest rate since FY 1960. Navy includes the Aircraft
Candidates must also be high Secretary Laird said 'Even with retention problems, Secretary Over-all officer retention also Maintenance spaces in the new
," school graduates or possess the ... salary reforms ... there will Laird said only 15.1 percent of continues to drop, particularly in hangar complex, and the Fleet
, JED. equivalent still be a need for continuation of eligible first term regular critical categories. Physicians, Air Wing Eleven classrooms and
: In addition to the foregoing special t incentives such as enlisted men reenlisted in FY lawyers and certain caterories of auditorium area.

proficiency pay, the variable 1969. compared with 20.1 percentin pilots are hardest hit, accordingto
(ConflonPfi.2),:: : reenlistment bonus and FY 1968. The statistics have Secretary Laird. (Con.t on Pg.



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Human Goals : RespectOur CATHOLICNaval


Air Station
nation was founded on the principle that the individual has infinite

dignity and worth. The Department of Defense, which exists to
keep the nation secure and at peace, must always be guided by this SUNDAY MASS !)&lli.m.l
principle. In all that we do, we must show respect for the servicemenand DAILY MASS llion.m.::

the civilian employe as a person, recognizing his individual needs, 'Confessions'will be heard
aspirations and capabilities. Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and from
.e
The defense of the nation requires a well-trained force, military and N. L e 5 to 5:45: pm.'

civilian, regular and reserve. To provide such a force we must in- ,
crease the attractiveness of a career In Defense so that the serviceman Naval Hospital

and the civilian employe will feel the highest pride in himself .L."\.'

and his work, in the uniform and the military profession. I .......1&1..j' ) 'wL SUNDAY) MASS II n.in.NATTC .
The attainment of these goals requires that we strive; JANGO Guild
JANGO-The 15th class in nurses aid training of the

To make military and civilian service 'In! the Department of Defensea graduated in ceremonies Saturday at the U.S. Naval Hospital's

model of equal opportunity for all regardless of race or creed or Chapel. A reception followed at Capt. C.W. Lewis' home, C. O. of the SUNDAY) MASS I0i. .
national origin and to hold those who do business with the Departmentto hospital. The JANGO girls are (l to R) Honor Guard Kris Berg; new in..MM

full compliance with the policy o,equal employment opportunity. graduates, Edith Evans, Ann Beechley, Trina Lotzia, Capt. Lewis, Itltig )
Patricia Kozak, Kathy Thomas, Sheryl Wilson and Renee Anderson..

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A&rQe HospitalSUNDAY
W(11tS1111'slitVI'IS: (' :

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The two air station dining halls serve the same menu but observe different Naval Air Station
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. I. Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
breakfast a.m. to 7:30 a.m./ dinner It a.m. tal p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to
5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.; Sunday
dinner II a.m. to 12:30: a.m.; supper S.OO;: p.m. to AIS. Both Dining halls observe ClmrdSdwol'' I) !)aIll.
the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30 a.m. to
: a.m.; brunch 9:30: a.m to 12:30: p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to 5:30: p.m. Junior I Church' 108.11.IivinPVVorshipScrvicc .
.r ; Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 ) III:a.m.)
cents) dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents.
Bldg.7f.c)
No sector in American life has achieved the of
measure equal op Kpiscopal: I Communion' H:30:: ( a.m.
portunity and treatment that has been realized in the Armed Forces. FRIDAY MARCH 20
Bldg. 70
The dedicated leadership of countless men and women in the
and the of Defense has made this Breakfast Dinner Supper
military services Department
Hot Hominy Grits Chicken Noodle Soup Beet StroiMiiofl, Junior! Youth Fellowship !ft i p,in.
progress possible. Eqqs to Order Breaded Pork Chops Buttered Egg Noodles IUdn.722
But, in striving to attain the Defense Department's Human Goals, French Toast Cream Gravy Broccoli Spears!
we must remove every vestige of discrimination. The policy of equal Baked Beef Hash O'Brien; Potatoes Bilking Powder Biscuits
opportunity must continue to be translated into living and meaningful Raisin Rolls. Buttered Fresh Frozen Ice Cream Sundaes 'T'uesdaySPniorChoirRchealxa:
Mixed Vegetables .. ", I !5pn1.I i .
reality for every military man and woman and civilian worker. Cranberry Crunch '
11141 I 70Thlll'sdilY)
It is the responsibility of every member of the Defense Departmentto I ;

accept other members on the basis of their individual worth. Additionally

this policy of equality must be upheld by.those in position to, SATURDAY MARCH 21 (''hristialISciPnceSPrvic,! (' 1p.m.\ .
choose which agencies may do business with the Department of

Defense jf \ Early Breakfast Brunch Supper NATTC
'' Hot Oatmeal \ ;. Bean Southern Fried Chicken j ', ,
Each Individual l must assist in extending to all facets and activities Soup

of life the.spirit of mutual ,trust and respect of an equal opportunity. Griddle Eqqs to Cakes Order Swedish Homo Fried Meat Potatoes Balls Chicken Broad Dressmg"Gravy. Iivint'Worship 12 p.m.

i p .' Hot Baked Beans Buttered Peas and Celerv'Soulhrrn Sweet Potatoes Bldg.| fO())
Grilled Luncheon Meat Spice Cake Black Peas 1'vc'ningWorship: fip.l11.Bldg. .
Teaches ChildBy
Jesus a Suqar Rolls Butter Cream Icing Buttered String Beans !iOO
Cherry Pie

Lt Jack Golie, CHC WO Program

A little child was building a castle in the sand as Jesus SUNDAY, MARCH 22 (Continued from Pg. I )

walked by. The Master would have reminded him of the Early Breakfast Brunch SupperVegetable applicants 'must pass physical

parable of the two houses. 'Even a perfectly built Hot Grits Chicken Noodle Soup Soup examinations. Still another
Eggs to Order Baked( Meat Loaf Grilled Beet Steak requirement) is that they have norl''nrd
structure cannot survive the storms when built on sand.
French Toast Tomato Mushroom Onion
Gravy Gravy of conviction by courts-
In short, Jesus would have given the child a lesson in Broiled Bacon Slices Mashed Potatoes Oven Browned Potatoes martial: or civil courts for
Buttered any
Raised Doughnuts Buttered Corn Brussel Sprouts
foundations. It's alarming to see how quickly our Fruit Filled Cookies Creamy Rice Pudding offense other than minor traffic

children are growing. A sense of guilt grips us as we see Orange Whipped Topping violations for the preceding two

them reach maturity 'shaken loose' from their Christian years.
(Having! met nil these
Faith. We may not havejbuilt on sand, but there must be MONDAY, MARCH 23 requirements) ,, applicants then

large gaping holes in the spiritual foundations of these lake t the Officer Selection Battery

young lives. Ancient Israel was commanded by God to Breakfast Dinner Tomato Rice Soup Supper Test: which is given Nov. 15 each
Hot Oatmeal Roast Turkey Split Pert Soup year This lest consists of eight
teach their children and about
dally continually Eggs to Order Giblet Gravy Braised
Liver and Onions I parts: Verbal Analogies, Arithmetic
religious things. Chapel Is not enough, It's there only to Minced Home Fried Beef Potatoes Mashed Apple Dressing Potatoes or Scalloped Chili and Potatoes Macaroni Reasoning, Mechanical

aid the parents In teaching their children. If a child Is Apple l Fritters Southern Style Greens Buttered Fresh Frozen! Com IH('h l' lIS Ion. Naval I

able to learn, he Is able to learn about God. Help him to Raisin RollsBreakfast Strawberry Cream Pie Mixed I ) VegetablesIce Knowledge 1 English I ,

build a, solid spiritual foundation by attending chapel Cream Sundaes Mathematics Science and
History and Social Science.
and chapel school as often as possible and by your TUESDAY, MARCH 24 I During the processing period

example and teaching. Hot t Grits Dinner Supper applicants are given an interviewby
Eggs to Order Yankee Turkey Noodle Soup Vegetable Soup a local( board of officers whoa
Pot Roast Submarine
Peach Hot. CakesGrilled Natural Gravy Raked Beans Sandwiches s'ss the personal qualifications
Ham Slices Rissole of each
Potatoes Potato S.il.idBlueberry applicant.
Cinnamon Rolls
Seasoned Spinach Pie Those! appointed l to warrant
JAX AIR: NEWS o White Caramel Cake Icing officer receive approximately

eight Weeks of officer indoctrination

;) training.For .
WEDNESDAY MARCH 25 ;<. '" lull details of this program
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian! Enterprise News-paper '"
including samples of requests,
distributed/ each Thursday at th(' U.S. Naval Air Station consult
HIM'KKSINST.: 1120.18
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company Breakfast Dinner Supper Onion series.
prh'ah'/irm, All Copy submitted use in the JAX AIR NMW.S: Hot F FarinaEggs Pepper Pot Soup. Barbecued 1 Beet Soup

I must be forwarded( to the Public<< Affair Office, flov 2, NAS French to Toast Order Roast Brown Boneless Gravy Veal' Hamburger, (Buns Construction

fesonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday be/ore publication./ News Grilled Bacon Slices Fried Rict'n'Buttered nl h Fried Potatoes' (Continued from Pg. I)
(items are wf'Ic'ollH'd./rmn all .sources- Telephone 772-.1I/X/ or Raised DouqhnulRakf'!
1119./ Buttered and Tomatoes Brussel Sprouts moves into its new spaces the air

Chocolate Cake Pudding station's Personnel Office will be
Advertisements. are solicited by the publisher/ and queries' moved into Bldg. 200.

concerning such should be directed to: Among( other construction
THURSDAY,
MARCH
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY 26 projects currently underway is a
$1 l.p)0XXwashdownsyslem() )() for P-3;)
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210
Breakfast Dinner Supper aircraft scheduled to becompleted
Telephone 388.2755 Hot Grits Bean Soup Chicken Rice Soup this spring.
Fl Riiiuho
Eggs to Order Oven Fried Stew Next
Chicken I Unlit-red' month bids arc expectedto
VOL. 27 NO. 50 MARCH 19, 1970 Griddle Baked Sausage Cakes' Patties Creole Mashed Green Potatoes Beans I remit t Fried Egg( C'ulitlIlWl'rSUIo" Noodles be opened for a multimillion

Rolls Cranberry Orange Pie liking Powder .Histu.ts. dollar sewage treatment plant for
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" CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUP Trophy CitedFour

Blackbirds of VA-45 were

HvC'hkl1huewsler,, Cdr. W. D. Yonke, XO of VA- presented advancement certificates -
174, presented the Cecil Field iiNIYNC during ceremonies
Cecil Field Nimrods Scan be Vedral of Weps reeled off 7 Basketball Champs, the Monday March 16, by Cdr. A. H.
found at the skeet range daily, straight strikes en-route to a 256 Uellra/ors team, with first place Gonzalez, X. 0. of the squadron.Cdr. .
shattering clay pigeons with game and an enviable 612 series. trophies during ceremonies Gonzalez congratulatedAMS2
almost monotonous regularity. Fulbright, also of Weps con Tuesday. Team membersare R. J, Mennucci, YN2 K. D.
Action in the Clay Bird Banger tributed a 240 game. 17 team SN Craig Keller, team Thornberry, ATN3 J. R. Vance
League has been intense. Teams members fashioned series in captain; AEAN Steve Nichols, and AME3 R. E. Woods on their
representing VA-46, VA-44 and excess of 500 ? come to think of ADJ2 Frank Blake, SN Gary advancements to their respectiverates
VA-81 lead with identical recordsof it. the 'Midget' is right. he Johnson, SN Ken Blymiller, AZ1 which were results from the
30. VA-81 received a blow to docs have a tough league. Wayne Dean, AN Dennis August Navy wide exams.
overall team efficiency with the Standings as of the 2nd week: Jacobson, ATNAN Ron Worsha During ceremonies last week
transfer of sharp shooting Lcdr. AMD Avionics 4-0 SN Larry Boyle and AOAN Ken Cdr. Gonzalez presented AZ2
Bill Yetter to Monterey. Current Marines 7-1 Parker. Joseph A. Kuechler a letter of
standings are as follows: VA 174 7-1 Commendation upon his selection
VA-44 3-0 Weps 6-2 as VA-45's Bluejacket of the
VA-4G 3-0 Food Service 3-1 "j''' HEI Month for the month of February.
VA-81 3-0 Supply 5-3 Petty Officer Kuechler was
VA-105 2-1 VA-45 No. 1 4-4ps '3-5 commended on his outstanding
VA-37 2-2 VA83; 3-5 1. Who .i is the manager of the professional performance of his
VA-87 2-2 VA-46 No. 2 3-5 Boston Red Sox? duties and military appearance
VA-72 01; VA-46 No.1' 3-5 2. Name the winner of the Ding which distinguished him form his
Crosby Classic in 1970?
NAMTD 0-2 VA-45 No. 2 2-6 3. Name the American League contemporaries
VA-83 0-3 Dental 1-7 manager of the year?
Marines 0-3 AMD 1.7 4. Name the most valuable
The Athletic Director, K. 0. Athletic Director Babe player in the NBA All-Star SEE
McGucken announced that the McGucken desires to remind all frame in 1970. Garry C. Garren, VA43
boxing team still has a few open team captains that a meeting of 6. Who is! the new, president of was presented the Navy Com
the National League in baseball mendation Medal with Combat RAMBLER SIts
berths on the team. Interested softball managers will be held at
pugilists are requested to call Mr. 10 a.m.April in the Station Gym. 6. Name? the Helsman Trophy 'V' during. ceremonies at Cecil Low Mileage.
Mac at ext. 498. (The Raider Since the season starts on 13 winner in 19C9 Field on Feb. 27. The medal was
team works out in the all presented to Chief Garren by AS PONTIAC $1095
gym daily, April managers are requestedto 7. Who executed the last unassisted
commencing at 1600)). Once start working out NOW. The triple play in the majors? Captain F.M. McLinn, Commanding Ventura 24-2, Red, Air,
agian: the 6ND boxing tourneywill Ops Mets under the tutelage a 8. Who is the coach of the Cin- Officer of the Naval Air Auto. trans., R&H.
be held at NTC, Orlando 23-27 Capable Casey Hardee have been cinnati Royals? Station. It was presented for dutyin
March. working out for the past 3 weeks. ANSWERS.llilnCY. Vietnam while attached to 66 PLYMOUTH $1350
The COMFAIRJAX Track and Casey wants to break fast from .) Boll -8 Mobile Construction Battalion Station Wagon, Air, Auto.
Field Meetuill be held in early the wire this season.01 Case was '8961 'uaoleual Fifty-Eight. trans., R&H.
April. Applicants interested in overhead to remark: 'My team is uOJ2tU'Isw!| | | 'IU U KU MO H OAajg9 UOJ| 'IvuioiBio Capitol Digs In WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
entering the meet are requestedto ready right now. We're a cinch to .lau33." ''I3ft'l; -q
sign up now. Personnel attached go all the way. The Leeless AMD liI.la'l30q.l3'13Uf'po. WASHINGTON (AFPS) Inc.
to forces afloat ONLY are bunch have about as much .\ Max 'p au ulllM! 'r The nation's capital is going un
eligible to compete.Last chance of winning as a snow ball s. oleuaSuo18ulgavM derground. Work has started on USED CARS
year, Cecil Field captured at the Equator'! 'sw.IIIM! p3 L '1: the initial 98-miles of a $2.5
billion city and suburban sub.
8 first and second place events Mr. Mac stated that he has daaue1 laatl 'z It is expected to 1150 Lane Ave., South
) way system.
plus team honors. We hope the refused a request from 'Coach O'l lsVM rpP3I be in operation by 1078. I Phone 711-5511
1970 meet will even be better. Puckett to inflate the softballs -
An individual calling himself the valve core cannot be found
'The Friendly Midget 4 Your in a softball.
League Secretary' supplied facts Inasmuch as information is
which tend to indicate that the lacking regarding the schedule of
American Bowling League has the Naval Academy tennis, golf
opened their season in dramatic and baseball teams, the promised
fashion. We regret to inform the posting of their schedule will COMPARE
'midget' that a lack of space have to be deferred until a later
prevents publication of the date.
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't New Action Plans Ask

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agencies and depart impartially, and that provisionswill
ments have been directed to be made for EEO counseling
.lax 'Where there's a will,
action Action areas contained in an
develop new and stronger
here's( is whichM
a way1 a phrase
for I he achievement of outline furnished. by the Commission : -
plans
(.I. 'Cone' Hill, foreman and
--, equal opportunity and to submit are intended! to apply to
leading aircraft painter at
the U.S. federal employees and to
to
NARF's Aircraft Finish Shop, copies of Ihec plans applicants
Civil Service Commission by next for federal jobs. The
has: to he true.
(proven
action plan also applies to the
January :30.
In addition to being a full-time
out the Federal Women's Program
The plans must carry
night employee at the Naval Air
Order which is now Incorporated into
of Executive
provisions
Itcwork I Facility, Hill is also a
sltidcnl at Jacksonville 7a f, A i I14.7H, signed by President Nixon the total I EEO; ; program
include The formant of the outline
last summer They must was
(University and plans to graduate
in.Jun< with a bachelor science target dates and identify in- designed to encourage changes
degree in accounting. N dividuals responsible for specific which will improve, update and
Hill's scholastic achievementswere r 11141t N 4 actions, and must provide for expand on action items listed

recently acknowledged at a internal agency evaluation of PromotionBulletin

.III honors convocation at which progress.All .
he was:; presented the Alpha 4 r "' "11. action plans now in force
must be discarded, the Commission
Psi award for
Kappa scholarship CORSAIR CHECK .. L to R, LCdr. V. D. Johnson, A-7 project of.
117n.!) () The award consists of a said. .lax Civilian employees of the
ficer; W. T. Maloney, aircraft planner; Capt. D. H. Heile, NARF CO; New action plans must
citation delivered annually by the agency air station, Naval Air Rework
..
and G. E. Horn, A-7 aircraft rework branch supervisor examine the
Department of Business to the provide for: I Facility, Fleet Air Jacksonville,
first A-7E to'arrive for rework. The Corsair arrived at the HAS boat
graduating senior who has I. Establishment of adequateorganization Naval Air Reserve Training Unit,
house following a barge trip from Mayport and the USS America. and to
displayed( 'meritorious accomplishment resources 1 Fleet 1 Aviation Electronics
in attaining the administer the agency EEO Training Unit Del. Jax, Com

highest commutative scholasticaverager Processing Begins On program in a, positive and effective missary Stores, Naval Hospital,

manner. Recruiting Station, Disease

r--,--------., 2. Clear definition of recruit- Vector Control Center, Regional
PHON.3..UII First A-7E at ReworkJax ment objectives designed to Storage t Management Office,
I .
reach and attract job candidates
\ 1 Fleet 1 Weather Facility, Fleet
., from all sources. Intelligence Center, Finance
,
The Naval Air Rework establish precedents and
:-': Facility has received its first A- methods for processing sub :3. A plan for full utilization of Regional Office of Civilian
((3
present skills of employees. 4. Surplus Sales, shouldrr'r
7E II for processing.The sequent aircraft of that type, Manpower
first aircraft of a par- model and series.Personnel Identification of the opportunitiesthat to official bulletin boards in
\ 1249 1251 KING Sr will be extended to em-
their work for information
ticular kind to arrive at the who will be areas
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 322O4WANTED facility always gets the detailed especially interested in this new ployees for improving their concerning all positions for which

and studied scrutiny of many prototype include employees of skills, performing at their highest applications are now being ac
Interested people, and the A-7K: Aircraft Examination and potential, and advancing in accordance cepted.These.
: USED CAMERAS AND : with their abilities. bulletins announced
was no different. Evaluation (Oroduction Planningand are
EQUIPMENT. WE PAY The condition of an aircraft Control Department), 5. Specific plans for offering to establish registers to fill future
I TOP DOLLAR388.8535 upon arrival and the manner in Operations Analysis and Methods training, advice, incentives and vacancies in the positions shown
.
llltlNC THIS AD WITH YOU! which production{ problems are and Standards (Production performance evaluation to Ix'low:
..I -----------I... resolved by 'the activity willI Engineering Department), and achieve understanding of the Planner and Estimator (Aircraft -

Production -(Shops Department) program and support by Melalsmith), MPB No. 25-
and
reworking A-7 airframes and supervisors managers. 70, open( continuously with the
components. G.( Agency objectives for taking first cut off date set at March 25.

In 1969, the A-7E Corsair part in community efforts to General Foreman Aircraft,

started phasing into the fleet improve conditions which affect Overhaul and Repair II, with a

We loana inventory as an improved versionof employability March2T closing date.
7. A of internal
the A-7A and A-7B.In the case system
of the A-7E, major equipment program evaluation to guarantee
components have been integrated continuing review by top agency

milliondollars with a central computer to managers, and periodic reportsof
provide maximum automation progress to the Civil Service ROBERTSIOOKKEEPING

and assistance for navigation and Commission.
8. Built-in guarantees that
homing with improved accuracyat
any dive angle speed, or discrimination complaints: be

altitude selected by the pilot. processed promptly, fairly, and AND TAX SERVICE

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SCM PHOTO COPY

every day Income NOTARY Tax Preparation PUBLIC

50'0 on Expert Service Guaranteed
OPEN 9 A.M.

) Earlier by AppointmentUNTIL
When you're big enough to loan that much 8 P.M.

, every day, you're big enough to say "yes"to Later by AppointmentSATURDAYS

almost any money need. So, if you need at Sheraton to 6 PM

money for car repairs, house repairs, or if No appointment necessary

you want to make your leave a real vacation, PH. 384-1034
come to Aetna. l' IiI DING IJLVD.
id Shirley :;t.
on weekends.Stay 'iCIt"c'! /liUflffoii '
since /I'IS1tw)
You see, we realize that people need money

for many different reasons. And we like to .

help whenever we can. So, if you need cash,
whatever the reason, stop by, or call. at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn
in the Continental U.S.* at Vz the regular

, rate on Friday, Saturday,and Sunday


AETNAFINANCE nights.You don't have to be in uniform:All you

r need is your ID.

Next time you get a weekend pass,
" unwind in style at Sheraton. '

When money matters, Aetna's got what it takes Reservations are accepted on a

"Standby Basis"only and are subjectto
3 Convenient Locations space availability at time of check-in. The Go
Offer does not apply to the St. Regis- ffc

; -8006 Lem Turner Road .Sheraton in New York City.SlienikniJaeksotwille. )//lose//
: Phone:768-0501: I ,' ;\ ('III) live

yS J at UKTIKI -

-5551 Normandy Blvd. ":\\ (,c:.
Phone: 786.0191 Vt Miles South
I Hotel ol JAX on US 17
Loans From $50 to $600 ORANGE PARK
(.1111'I I III t &::1 Nil It I PH 764.4JPAGE
SHERATON MOTHS! AND MOIOH/ INNS! A W(111111wih1[: StlVICl (II HC I :

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Cancer Society Capt. Coogan Lists

I'

Sponsors Quit Changes at AcademyToday's


Smoking ClinicJax ; e v'" Navy recruiting The Midshipman can expect a
f posters announce: 'Be Something complete education from the
Special, Go Navy; The best way Academy and he will graduate as
The American Cancer for a young man to'Go Navy'is to a professional military officer.
Society has been keenly aware attend the United States Naval Now, the Naval Academy
for a long time that the hazards of Academy. That requires a very classes may elect from several
smoking are tatamount to the special young man! majors, Including Electrical
hazards of cancer. Capt. Robert P. Coogan, a 1943 Engineering, Foreign Affairs,
They are now on the verge of Naval Academy graduate, and Aero Space, Oceanography, justto
conclusive evidence through now Naval Academy Commandant name a few in the new system.
years of research that cigarette of Midshipmen spoke to The class of '71 will be the first
smoking not only is linked with -"IT the Armed Forces Management Naval Academy calls to graduatewith
lung cancer but is indeed the Association last Thursday about a major. Midshipmen
cause of lung cancer. With the the young man and the Academy. graduate with a minimum of 140
supportive action taken by R o Capt. Coogan stated the credit hours. Each summer is
Congress the public has become = Academy wants men who are spent furthering the Naval
aware of the serious problem of U- mentally, morally and physically education. The first summer,
the smoking habit. in top condition.They look for the Plebe summer, the cadet learnsto
After many attempts by e,r78? 'Whole man development march, shine shoes, and the
various organizations to organizeand .' 'The book worm will not rigorous military ways of the
conduct Quit Smoking make it at the Academy. The Naval Academy. Second summer
Clinics, the American Cancer' Academy looks for the 'mixer' the midshipman go aboard shipto
Society has organized a com- type young man as well as for his experience first hand the
prehensive clinic not only to high academic record. The seamanship they have learned.
inform people why they smoke midshipman must be willing and The summer before their thirdCon't
but to tell them how to quit. must strongly desire to serve his
Capt. Coogan talks about Academy. ( on Page 20))
The clinic will be held on five country to the best of his ability.
consecutive evenings at the ----- -
Prudential Auditorium in J
Jacksonville,March 23-27, from
7:30: to 9 p.m. The cost for the 1
entire clinic is 500. "
The objective of the clinic is to '
provide information, inspiration, 1\c$4 : .
and supportive help to adults and
young people who want to quit
smoking )fy incorporating the II i .1 "
best of many plans into a com-
prehensive QUIT CLINIC.
Emphases will be on HOW to ,
quit, along with basic information -
on WHY. This is a
community wide effort with {
participation and cooperation by
voluntary health agencies and all
facets of the interested L )
community \ i
in the problem of ,)
smoking and health. The clinic is
endorsed by the Duval County
Medical Society as well as NAS
Jacksonville Medical officials. Clay County SCHOOLS Serving BELLAIR


'Head Plays are the largest
cigarettes ever marketed. Each
11 inches long were sold in 1930.

are. .,MODERNPROGRESSIVE

FURNITURE

WAREHOUSEDirect I .

from factory to you
COMPARE: Quality & Price/ FULLY
CASH& CARRYCan I
yc1.' ?ff o"'d not to compare?
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W. E. CHERRY ELEMENTARY Innings ?

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Italian & American Food ParhJr
Family Style Dining Room Sr, lligh ORANGE PARK
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FEATURING THE

BEST PIZZAIN $16,500$19,000Clay

TOWN! County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community!

IO AM OPEN MIDNIGHT DAILY: BELL.A.lR: :

TUESDAY:

4403!SP.M ROOSEVELT MIDNIGHT BLVD. S. BRYAN JENNINGS ELEMENTARY MHO of t laEUILllnERSrs, I Associations IISTC.

Phone Ahead For
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4IT'SA WOM ANS WORLD


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Navy Wives Club Not New Shop ,t '* \




Offers a Variety of Bargains j

,

The Navy Wives Club Not New
Shop might just have that par I
ticular bargain you've been
looking for. Located at the
rear
from dresses, suits, sweaters, skirts
DRESSES GALORE-Choose
of building 39, the Not New Shopis '
and blouses. Clothing for all seasons are on the racks for you to try on
operated by the Navy Wives
Club of America, Jax 86. in the dressing room in the rear of the Shop.

The Shop contains clothing,
uniforms and uniform items, by:
small appliances, shoes, toys,
baby items, bikes, and rating gP j r
badges, all sorts of things you + p w'
might need. Prices are t'
"1r t I reasonable, in fact rating badgessell 4'L iL1 >i/ .
1
1 for a penny apiece. \;; 1> '
Anyone may bring a con-
signment of items into the Shop. JA
The consignments are tagged and ; ,
your suggested price is markedon <> ,.:< *
the item. If the consignment is ;'. .
,
not sold within 30 days the price is rW"j ' reduced, and reduced every 30
days for a period of 90 days.
After that 90 day period you may 4 j :j \ l
/ keep the consignment yourself or tA
donate it to the Not New Shop.
iF : The Not New Shop is the placeto
locate that extra uniform you
z il
y nned, the different dress or shirt,
another radio for -
or perhaps your ::
CHECKING IN-Navy Wives items go on sale Consignments home.
Club volunteers check in new are accepted Thuesdays and The Navy Wives Club Not New
consignments at the Not New Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 1 Shop is open Tuesdays and SMALL APPLIANCES-The Not New Shop has quite a selection of
Shop The items are logged in/ p.m. Thursdays from 8:30: a.m. to 2 small appliances,toys,games and books from the sehelves located in
prices are set and the tagged D.m. the rear to the Shop. There are pairs and pairs of shoes in many styles.,
.


An Ed Baker Special!


.. A Professional Fishing Rod and Reel


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THE CITROEN MEHARI: Multi-Purpose Surf 'N Sun' Passenger Vehicle

Meharl, the new multi-purpose'fun' car produced by Citroen Cars Corporation received Its name ."
from the'camel corps'which were bred for fast riding on sand,even though they carried a payload of '
880 pounds. Front Wheel Drive makes the five-passenger Mehari sure-footed on any kind of road
surface, Including sandl Also like the camel, it can carry the same payload requiring little main. .
S'. '' tenance.The'pancake'air-cooled engine and speed full synchro transmission produces a top speed '
':' of'70 mph with 40-plus mpg, and its Borg Warner 'Cycolac' body, an ABS plastic, eliminated .
',! a*. corrosion, Is scratch and dent resistant, and keeps its colors, which are compounded into the i< '
material, lastingly bright despite sun,sand or water. I It's the Same high-Impact'Cycolac'plastic that .:
protects the heads of NFL players. '
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LOCATED AT 8061 103rd STREET PHONE 772-8700

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tasy (\ j#:' ;; ITALIAN SANDWICHES-sPAGHETTI 4 'PH 9042I44I51HIWAY.. lttptlr' ,

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,. CAR. .INSURER, .w,. ... .. .......,.....'ki..,1.* : t'h 1 SPECIALITY! i.. STAtthiNG'' a,
; fu HOURS;
ERNIE GROSE ,t Sunlhursllpm U,30pm : ,.Y
r Friday 4pm I 12A5am # Y""' '" s
193813Iandtngnlvd. Phone: $894339 Q Closed Tuesdays Saturday 4pm 12;45am ;:
'State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. J t 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 ; ghtANG
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HOME OFFICE B o m'nmof>, IIhno-l +: 17, GREEN COVE SPRINGS"FLA M0431sY

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f: : John C. Calhoun, USN (Ret.) PHONE[ 771.040.
WESTERN AUTO 13
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BrakesSPECIAL i Bill' tl t IL-.. 'SUPPLY T.V. Sales & Service

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Phone 771-3450 For Appointment DISCOUNT' .. :; HERE
YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT WELCOME ; 5834 TtmuqiiMi Rd.. 5911' I: B.Mh Blvd. .: I:i. 'WE SELL THE BEST SERVICE THE REST"
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: TauiMtieirSdutho/NAS*Nigh way I f Orange fork 111 $
Fast Service CtMry : ItI'i
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Philippine Citizens in Navy

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"" Required to Meet RP Tax' Law

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( W AS III NGTON-The Philip- Washington, New York, Chicago, are Philippine citizens should not
4 pines' Internal Revenue Code New Orleans, Los Angeles, San be shocked upon knowing that
provides that every Filipino Francisco or Seattle. Filipino they are liable to tax on income
citizen (of legal age), whether U.S. servicemen who can come to earned by them abroad,' Vega
residing at home or abroad, shall Washington may :secure the tax said. 'As Filipino citizens they
file an income tax return if he or forms from the revenue attacheat should know. the laws of their
she has a gross income of 1,800 the Philippine Embassy at 1617 country.
pesos or more including Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. Vega further cited a provisionin
dividends, for the taxable year. Philippine income tax laws the Philippine Civil Code,
..
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.. This includes the thousands of require that returns may be filed otherwise known as Republic Act
"I'M, brING 1'RANSff.AAEO+ I DEAR I Dot IkD3 KEEP Filipino citizens serving in the through the postal service or in No. 386, which presumes the
IN "f"OUQt !!1", U.S. Navy and other brances of person with any of the consulateson individual's knowledge of the
the American armed services, or before April 15 of each year law.
according to Elias E. Vega, the and the tax due thereon paid at
revenue attache at the Philippine the time of filing. If the tax is not ,
Embassy in Washington. paid upon filing of the return, a 1
Around the Navy Philippine tax laws, however, percent monthly interest is addedto Traffic
provide a relief from what may the tax. Moreover, a 24 per
amount to 'double taxation', as cent surcharge is added to the tax ViolationsThe
when a Filipino U.S. servicemanis in cases where returns are not
made to file his ,income tax filed on time.Meanwhile.
PROVIDENCE ...Seabees and a large number of touristsare return by the Philippines and pay Filipinos in the following is a report of
from the DavisvilleSeabeeCenterjoined expected. the tax due thereon, even if he U.S. armed forces applying for motor vehicle accidents and
with this city in a clean-up has already paid U.S. income tax passport for the first time are traffic violations for the period
campaign. Armed with two fork NORTH ISLAND... Con. on the same income.To required to be personally present March 3 through March 9.
lift trucks and two low bed struction of 100 motel-type units invoke the 'relief' provision, .cither at the Philippine Embassyin Number of Accidents
tractor trailers, they removedmore will begin late this spring here. he may claim the U.S. income tax Washington or any of the This week 7.
than 100 abandoned cars as credit against the Philippine consulates. Total accidents this year
from the streets during a two ScholarshipsAvailable income tax. In doing so, he must Revenue Attache Vega said through March 68
week period. file with his Philippine income this requirement is in compliance Number of accidents through
CORONADO ..West Coast tax return a photostat copy of his with Foreign Service CircularNo. March 1969 78.
Naval Aviation Officers will hold U.S. Form W-2 (withholding 51-69 which requires the filingof Total number of days since last
the first NavAirPac Ball here statement) and wage & tax a form called 'Identification of injury in a motor vehicle accident
March 28. All aviation officers statement. His failure to produce Citizens
If you have a child approaching Filipino Residing 2.
who can conveniently attend college age, he or she may be these copies will subject him to Abroad for Internal Revenue Number of Violations
have been invited.CHARLESTON eligible to compete for payment in full,of his Philippine Purposes.' This form is a sworn This week 71.
scholarships which have been income tax liability. Should this statement and thcrfore needs the Speeding 6.
... A 500 bed made available by Navyorientedclubs come about, tax payment must presence of the applicant at the Going through stop sign 7.
will be built here. The
hospital and associations.The be based on the legal rate of embassy or consulate. Other violations 58.
$14,801,000 contract for the exchange, $3.90 to the dollar. Philippine income tax laws Thirty drivers appeared before
construction has been awarded to scholarships are awardedon Income tax return forms
may have been enforce since 1913, the Traffic Hearing Board on
Algernon Blair, Inc., Montgomery the basis of scholastic record, be obtained by writing to any of Vega said. March 12. Disposition of the cases
Alabama. character and financial need. the Philippine Consulates in 'The young (U.S.) sailors who included the following:
Applicants must be graduates or Fourteen lost driving and
NEWPORT..Navymen here prospective graduates of an Marine Wives GatherTo parking privileges aboard stationfor
are dining by candlelight once a accredited high school. Students various
periods; 11 were
month. The candlelight dinners,
enrolled in accreditied collegesare to .
assigned complete an eight
part of a to improve the
program
also
eligible to apply.
galley "environment, were Discuss Club PlansThe hour course in remedial driving;
initated by Senior Chief Com- Scholarship application forms 12 received suspensions; four
missaryman Robert Thompson. maybe obtained by sending a were given warnings; four were
request for NAVPERS 1750.7 (10- Marine Wives Club met members and guests. Mrs. dismissed; 12 were fined (U.S.
ORLANDO..Chief Storekeeper 68)) to the Chief of Naval Per Monday evening at Marine Air Eleanor Fitzgerald won the Commissioner) ; and two ,
Charleton Edson claims the sonnel (Pers-G22)), Navy Detachment, The 'Get 'What's in Your Purse' contest. referred to commanding officers
largest (and only) bicycle record Department, Washington, D.C. Acquainted' meeting was The door prize was won by Mrs.R. for possible disciplinary action.
ever set down here. In his 25- 20370. Application for more than brought to order by Mrs. Art H. Hicks and a St. Patricks Ten drivers were assessed 19
month tour he chalked up 8000 one scholarship may be made on Slocumb, chairman of the club. Day centerpiece was presented to traffic points.
miles on his two wheeler. the same form.. Past and present projects as Mrs. Sulvia Laughlin.The .
well as ideas for the future were next Marine III111111NWI811){ )
--..-.-..-..-..-..-..--..-..-..-..-..-..'-..-...-..-..-..-..-.-..-.-..-...-..-. discussed by the club members to meetin will be held April Wives 6 Club at 8 SELLING\
r. give guests an idea of the club's p.m. in Building 572. All Marine DYING or
1 functions and projects.Get Wives, those whose husbands are A CAR'
acquainted games began on active duty or retired, are
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1 7- PC. Dinette 59.95 1 2398 IDFALLY LOC TED'FOR

5 Oak Porch Swings 10.95 5 CLOSE CECIL FIELD TO SCHOOLS.MAS,

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,".-,,. r 1 1II Required to Meet RP Tax Law

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( WASHINGTON-The Philip- Washington New York Chicago are Philippine citizens should not
pines' Internal Revenue Code New Orleans Los Angeles, San be shocked upon knowing that
provides that every Filipino Francisco or Seattle. Filipino they are liable to tax on income
citizen ((01 legal age), whether U.S. servicemen who can come to earned by them abroad' Vega
residing at home or abroad shall Washington may secure the tax said 'As Filipino citizens they
file an income tax return if he or forms from the revenue attacheat should know the laws of their
she has a gross income of 1,800 the Philippine Embassy at 1617 country.''
pesos or more including Massachusetts Avenue N.W Vega further cited a provisionin
dividends, for the taxable year. Philippine income tax laws the Philippine Civil Code
This includes the thousands of require that returns may be filed otherwise known as Republic Act
""M t klilG 1'AANSftAAEO pWR eor I4D 1ct1P Filipino citizens serving in the through the postal service or in No. 386, which presumes the
IN 1bUCM !1" U.S. Navy and other brances of person with any of the consulateson individual's knowledge of the
the American armed services or before April 15 of each year law.
according to Elias E. Vega the and the tax due thereon paid at
revenue attache at the Philippine the time of filing. If the tax is not ,
in of the return, a 1
Embassy Washington. paid upon filing
Around the NavyPROVIDENCE Philippine tax laws however, percent monthly interest is addedto Traffic
provide a relief from what may the tax. Moreover a 24 per
amount to'double taxation', as cent surcharge is added to the tax ViolationsThe
when a Filipino U.S. servicemanis in cases where returns are not
made to file his ,income tax filed on lime.Meanwhile..
...Seabees and a large number of touristsare return by the Philippines and pay Filipinos in the following is a report of
from the DavisvilleSeabeeCenterjoined expected. the tax due thereon, even if he U.S. armed forces applying for motor vehicle accidents and
with this city in a clean-up has already paid U.S. income tax passport for the first ,time are traffic violations for the. period
campaign. Armed with two forklift NORTH ISLAND..Con- on the same income.To required to be personally present March 3 through March 9.
trucks and two low bed struction of 100 motel-type units invoke the'relief' provision either at the Philippine Embassyin Number of Accidents
tractor trailers, they removedmore will begin late \this spring here. he may claim the U.S. income tax Washington or any of the This week 7.
than 100 abandoned cars as credit against the Philippine consulates. Total accidents this year
from the streets during a two income tax. In doing so, he must Revenue Attache Vega said through March9 68
week period. ScholarshipsAvailable file with his Philippine incometax this requirement is in compliancewith Number of accidents through
CORONADO ...West Coast return a photostat copy of his Foreign Service Circular March 1969 78.
Naval Aviation Officers will hold U.S. Form W-2 (withholding No. 51-69 which requires the filingof Total number of days since last
the first NavAirPac Ball here statement) and wage & tax a form called 'Identification of injury in a motor vehicle accident
March 28. All aviation officers If you have a child approaching statement. His failure to produce Filipino Citizens Residing 2.
who can conveniently attend college age he or she may be these copies will subject him to Abroad for Internal Revenue Number of Violations
have been invited.CHARLESTON eligible to compete for payment in full,of his Philippine Purposes.' This form is a sworn This week 71.
scholarships which have been income tax liability. Should this statement and therfore needs the Speeding 6.
... A 500 bed made available by Navy-oriented come about tax payment must presence of the applicant at the Going through stop sign 7.
hospital will be built here. The clubs and associations.The be based on the legal rate of embassy or consulate. Other violations 58.
$14,801,000 contract for the exchange $3.90 to the dollar. Philippine income tax laws Thirty drivers appeared before
construction has been awarded to scholarships are awardedon Income tax return forms may have been enforce since 1913 the Traffic Hearing Board on
Algernon Blair Inc., Montgomery the basis of scholastic record be obtained by writing to any of Vega said. March 12.Disposition of the cases
Alabama. character and financial need. the Philippine Consulates in 'The young (U.S.) sailors who included the following:
Applicants must be graduates or Fourteen lost driving and
NEWPORT..Navymen here prospective graduates of an Marine Wives GatherTo parking privileges aboard stationfor
are dining by candlelight once a accredited high school. Students various periods; 11 were
month. The candlelight dinners enrolled in accreditied collegesare assigned to complete an eight ,.
'part of a program to improve the also eligible to apply. hour course in remedial driving;
galley environment were Discuss Club PlansThe 12 received suspensions; four
initated by Senior Chief Commissary Scholarship application forms four
were given warnings; were
man Robert Thompson. maybe obtained by sending a
Marine Wives Club met members and guests. Mrs. dismissed; 12 were fined (U.S.
request for NAVPERS 1750-7 ((10-
Monday evening at Marine Air Eleanor Fitzgerald won the'What's Commissioner); and two ,
ORLANDO..Chief Storekeeper 68)) to the Chief of Naval Per
referred to officers
Detachment The 'GetAcquainted' in commanding
Your Purse' contest.
Charleton Edson claims the sonnel (Pers-G22)), Navy
for action.
meeting was The door prize was won by Mrs.R. possible disciplinary
largest (and only) bicycle record Department Washington D.C.
brought to order by Mrs. Art H. }Hicks and a St. Patricks Ten drivers were assessed 19
ever set down here. In his 25- 20370. Application for more than
chairman of the club. (traffic points.CONTACT.
Slocumb Day centerpiece was presented to
month tour he chalked up 8000 one scholarship may be made on
Past and present projects as Mrs. Sulvia Laughlin.
miles ohis! two wheeler. the same form.
well as ideas for the future were The next Marine Wives Club IIIIIIIIWN NIlIlH

_._,._, ___ /rr I' / /r.r // /r.r /!/ /r. discussed by the club members to mcctin will be held April 6 at 8 StlU"GA
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give guests an idea of the club's p.m. in Building 572. All Marine PING, Or
I functions and projects.Get Wives those whose husbands are A CAR1
1 1 acquainted games began on active duty or retired, are
1 LOST OUR LEASE with many winners among the invited to attend the meeting.

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SAVINGS JbuTgeta C I J'PJJASTIC I .
SELLING ALL MAKES
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I Innerspring Matt or Box Springs 16.95 1 CORONA AIR COND., AUTO. ,-.--

1 Platform Rockers 12.95I 1 FRIENDLY, RELAXED

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1 Oak Porch Swings 10.95 1 CECIL CLOSE F TO IELD SCHOOLS. N.AS.

1 Oak Bar Stools 4.75 Plus Tax & Tag CHURCHES AND

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PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER


Provisional NESEP Selectees

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Ready for Next Big StepBy


Ve4-A, SN Pat Williams qualify on the SAT, Brissette and

NATTC has had two of its Schwindlerwillstart theirtrainingby
Aviation Ordnancemen reporting to prep school in
provisionally selected for Bainbridge, Md., or San Diego in

NESEP. They are A01 RichardJ. June.
Brissette,Jr. and A03 Frank J. Upon successful completion of
3 Schwindler, Jr. The next step in the 9-week course and acceptanceby
$ 4/ 'tci their selection process is for the a participating NESEP
2 university, they will be finally
k 4 .' men to take the Scholastic Ap--
. J selected and will be designated as
j w.y titude Test of the College Entrance -
Examination Boards. NESEP Officer Candidates.

-. .' f This test will determine their Then, four years of cracking the
admissibility to a NESEP books and a commission.

(' 4 8 '' university. Reenlistments
Brissette- already very well AEC Joseph Berry says that it
known around NATTC. An in- was the money that tempted himto
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structor at the AO 'B' School, he reup that first time around.
was recently chosen as NATTC'sI Later on, he reenlisted a second
;Wy h I 'Outstanding Enlisted Man of time, and Wednesday, the third
I 1969' and last year he won Ser- time he has taken the oath, it just
viceman of the Quarter.I sort of came naturally.
The Tacoma, Wash native Chief Berry is on a three year
} says that he hopes to major in the tour of duty as an instructor at
1 field of oceanography. He feels the Avaition Electrician's Mate
that there are numerous opportunities 'A' School. He reported here
TALK ABOUT FUTURE-AO1 Brissette and A03 Schwlndler explain to NATTC reporter SN Pat in this field and that it from Lages Field, in the Azores,
Williams about the next step in qualifying for acceptance In the NESEP Program. is one' of the most challenging in June 1969.

today. The chief has 15 years of naval
For the other selectee, Petty service behind him. This
Officer Schwindler, NESEP will enlistment was for 3 years.
be a continuance of education, Reenlisting for another 2 years
since he graduated from AO 'B' was AEC Richard B. Edwards,
NATT Center In The News School only last week. He hopesto also an instructor in the AE 'A'
go into an engineering field in School.
college. Chief Edwards reported to
Schwindler was with the Naval NATTC in November 1967 from
Weapons Station at Yorktown, Fighter Squadron 31. This was
Va. before reporting here. his third reenlistment in 14 years
Both men agree that the tests service.
were hard and that a person can The reenlistment ceremonytook
best prepare himself for NESEP place on Tuesday, March 11,
by taking plenty of college and in the commanding officers'
USAFI courses. Assuming they office with Capt. J.E. Kennedy
administering the oath.

PromotionsSewing

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on new crows for the
; az ( tan first time last Monday, were S.
k nYk of Dental and
Hermeier NATTC

.1 ((1 G. E.. Kulp of AE School. Her-
(x,5' meier was promoted to DT3 and
Kulp to AE3.
San Juan at Niblick Adding another chevron to the
he has G. T.
crow already was
\ Phone 384.4406
Hack. Hack is now an ADJ2.
.1, 2 and 3 Bedrooms
Garden Type Apartments with
I Club Pistol Team
Country Atmosphere
x .Kitchens equipped with G-E
.Ranges & Refrigerators The NATTC Pistol Team is
< Individual Air Conditioning and currently sporting a 5 and 1 loss
Heating by G-E
Drapes furnished record in the spring Intramural
.Wall to Wall Carpeting matches. The lone loss being to
Large Swimming Pool last years champs, MAD: who,

', < incidently, are in first place so
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=1 FINAL SALUTE AFTER 30.. I Club Schedules I

CW04 Carl W. Matthews is pipe
over after completing a 30-year
career in the Navy. The
ceremony took place at the Fleet BLUEJACKETS INN
Weather Facility where he was
; n's Messenger of the Masses will provide the entertainment tonight,and
also presented a letter of ap !
predation from (dr. L. J. Un tomorrow evening the club will featureRonnieand theSoulSoclcty.TheAutoharp
derwood, commanding officer of will appear on stage Saturday and Monday, and on Sundaythe
FWF. Matthews enlisted in the Soul Society will return.
Navy in 193 and has served Tuesday night the Morin Copa Review, a Spanish floor show,Wed will
aboard various ships from hold a one-night appearance at the club from 7:30 to midnight. ..
carriers to cruisers as well as nesday evening will feature music by the Four of Clubs.
shore installations from
Newfoundland to Cuba. Mr. and ACEY DUCEY CLUB
yr Mrs. Matthews plan to remain in
the Jacksonville area. The Acey Ducey Club will feature entertainment by the Four of
Clubs tomorrow night and Saturday. Don't miss the club's surprise
Happy ]Hours.

CPO CLUB

If line 15c is $5,000 or more go to ScheduleT
Mark Castle will be appearing on stage at the Chiefs' Club tonightand
to figure tax and surcharge. (Omit Saturday. It will be a country-western weekend beginning
Girls provide the
tomorrow when Mel Gaden and the Lazy Rhythm
lines 16a and 16b.) B. Also go to Schedule! entertainment. Tuesday night Bud Davis and the Tunesters will be
there, and on Wednesday, the Morin Copa Review, a Spanish floorshow
to figure tax and surcharge if you consisting of 17 entertainers, will appear.

itemize deductions; or claim retirement uso
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income credit, foreign tax credit, or
: Free refreshments will be available at the USO tonight. Tomorrow
\ investment credit, or if you owe selfemploymenttax :. is Lucky Dollar Ni ?htand prizes will be awarded for dollar bills with

or tax'from recomputing prior ', ', ,: the 'lucky' last three digits. The free feature movie on Sunday will be
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and choose an
Tuesday night is Game Night, you can
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t. (; ;.r"' applies use Tax Tables instead of ,,: ", USO Wednesday when disc jockey Al Albert plays the latest records
'_** : :,* Schedule. Complete lines 16a, 16b from 8 to 11 p.m. '
,"f.1fi ',t-' and 16c.See paragraph D 7
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: publisher Is instructed otherwise. A check or SATURDAY MARCH 21
will be shown nightly at ,
money order for the full cost of the ad must be
V the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. NAS: 'THIS SAVAGE LAND' -
received WITH the copy for the ad.
There will also be kiddie Color action drama starring
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum Charted lines) $2.00 a
matinee at 2 and C. Scott and
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regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand Sullivan. G-VG (100 mins).
Per additional line (4 words per line)
holidays.The HOSPITAL: 'NEVER A DULL
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Hospital Theater will have MOMENT'

MOBILE LIVINGOF JACKSONVILLEAzalea one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil
EMPLOYMENTSERVICE AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast Field will have two nightly shows
( Mobile Home Park) UMile SUNDAY MARCH 22
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near : and West Coast 353.3691. during the week at 5:30: and 8 NAS: 'RING OF BRIGHT

schools and shopping center. Clean, p.m. Matinees will be shown on WATER' Color adventure
and reasonable rates. Manager on weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. Bill Travers and
WIVES premises. Children and pets starring
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3899226.JUSTISSTRAILERPARK Virginia McKenna. G-E ((107
Jobfinders Cassal 387.5626 or 1022 Want Ads PaytI'01 THURSDAY MARCH 19 mins).
Park Street, 354 7888.
HOSPITAL: 'THIS SAVAGE
1 Qr.| Mile No. of NAS, clean modern NAS: 'GUNS OF THE LAND'
trailer and Apts. 389 3007. MAGNIFICENT SEVEN' -Color
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needed to sell wigs,cosmetics, & false western starring George Ken- MONDAY,MARCH 23
eyelashes. Free training, Maria IW PLANTATION 1kHIEBO nedy and James Whitmore. G-G NAS: 'A STRANGER IN TOWN'.

Wilhelm 398.5906.PART.TIME 12x60, 3BR., l'/2 Bath, cent. h. & a., w (106 mins). Color western starring Tony
to w throughout. 781.4535 or 865 S.
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HELP WANTED : )( Color comedy starring Beau (90 mins).

$2.20 an hr. Late night work or early Bridges and Melina Mercouri. M- HOSPITAL: 'RING OF BRIGHT
morning. Will Win Janitorial Ser CONCORD SPECIAL E ((105 mins). WATER'
vice. Call 396-6420 after 4 p.m. 12x50, 2BR., Furnished. Assume
payments. 786.2524.

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MISCELLANEOUS:.: ;::: NAS: 'LIVE A LITTLE, LOVE A

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DO YOU WANT TO BE MODERN RIVERFRONTHOMEBy and Edward G, Robinson. G-E NAS: 'KENNER' Color ad-
A DISC JOCKEY?
For Information dial 3568351. Owner. Excellent cond. Bulkhead, (100 mins), venture starring in Brown and
Dock & Boathouse In city limits. 908 5f.rl Madeline Rhue. G-VG (92 mins).
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Minimum investment $1,000 3Br., Masonary, near NAS Jax & bed suits 2 piece only 69.95, two Remember when want cash you'regood
Maximum investment $4500 398 5906. Cecil, 5103 Ensign Ave. $95 per mo., twin beds complete S59.9S..maple : you ,
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Lake Shore) payment. 771.8807.
4711 Palmer ( student desk $23.95, large selectionof
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5017 Ortega Hills Dr. 3BR., I'/j Bath. swing $10.95, king size foam set ((2
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obligation. R&H.
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NORAD Concert n
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JacksonvilleMusic 1tl'OOii

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ranging from Broadwayto n th
5coieJ/
Jazz is on the program for the
NORAD Band's performance
in JacksonvilleCivic
Saturday Auditorium.evening Th books reviewed this column each week can be found on the

Admission to the 8 p.m. con- shelves of the NAS Jax and CecH Field libraries ,also the library at the

cert, sponsored by the city'sPublic Naval Hospital and NATTC.

Relations Division, is free PRESENT AT TilE CREATIONby has singled out a new born sperm
and no tickets are needed. Dean Acheson (Norton) whale and imaginatively
The two hour program will WHAT I'M GOING TO DO, I reported on its life and
include David Rose's 'Holiday for Fi 3 THINK by Larry Woiwode surroundings month by month,
Trumpets,' and selections from Yo' (Farrar, Straus) showing what sperm whales do
'West Side Story,' and 'Sound of : THE YEAR OF TilE WHALE by and how they do it. At maturity a
Music.' 'L. Victor Scheffer (Scribner's) sperm whale will be as much as

In addition, the band's jazz EAGLE HONORED-AMS1 Daniel W. Adcock is awarded the Navy REVIEWED BY: Marcia Bat- 60 feet long and weigh up to 60-
orchestra, 'The Commanders,' Achievement Medal by Cdr. R, H. Schulie, skipper of VP-16. Adcock chelor, NATTC librarian tons. He cruises at six knots, in
will present several con received the citation for superior performance as the NATOPS flight The Notable Books Council, a panic he can go as fast as twenty.
temporary numbers, including engineer of the squadron the last two years. committee of the American The whale can dive for as long as
'Norwegian Wood,' as well as its Library Association's Adult 75 minutes at a depth up to five
famous re-creation of the 'big Services Division, has selected miles. The sperm whales lives in
:.0' band' sounds of the '30s and the Hometown News Center thirty-six titled as Notable Booksof families and alone. scientists
'40s. 1969. For the past twentyfiveyears wonder which is 'normal'
A highlight of the performancewill this committee has been behavior. If a member is

be a guest appearance by Celebrates 25 YearsGREAT evaluating and subsequently wounded, others will keep it
Otto Beckham, music director of identifying books which provide afloat. Though the whale has the
the Duval County School Board. educational, recreational, and largest brain of any animal
The 85-piece NORAD Band, cultural development for adultsin (some have weighed up to 19
LAKES ....A
headquartered in Colorado initiated a program through all types of libraries. Three pounds), how intelligent is he
hometown form is
news a
Springs, Colo., represents the which news releases of men dissimilar books from the lists really? Whales sense things
familiar sheet of for most
paper under his command, the U. S.
more than 100,000 Canadian and are discussed below. through hearing, which makes
Navymen. They get filled out Pacific Fleet forwarded to
were
United States servicemen and THE YEAR OF THE WHALE their eyes unnecessary.
women of the North American when you report aboard, deployfor their home town newspapers.. by Victor Scheffer is fascinating The Notable Books List also
an extended cruise, earn a
; Air Defense Command who Admiral Nimitz' aim was the and rather unusual. The author includes Dean Acheson's latest
medal or promotion, or of a
any of the
recognition accomplishments -
guard the continent against air book PRESENT AT THE
hundred other achievements.Well of the individual 1946 was moved to its present
attack. MY YEARS AT
CREATION,
the outfit that home NTC Great Lakes.In .
NORAD's musicians drawn processes Navy man by family and friendsat DEPARTMENT.
THE STATE
t these forms and turns them into home. 1952, the center began
from the U.S. Army, Navy and An excellent, comprehensive
the home
articles
news letting processing Marine
This proved so suc- Corps
program
Air Force and the Canadian personal history of Mr. Acheson's
folks know what are doing hometowners and it became
you cessful that March a
on 29, 1945,
Armed Forces have been
touring 12 in the State Departmentfirst
years
will be a quarter century old then Secretary of the Navy complete Sea Services activity
North America for more than a Assistant Secretary under
as
.March 29.During when the Coast Guard it in
James V. Forrestal directed the joined
decade. This is their sixth visit to Cordell Hull, as Under Secretaryfor
the 25 of Fleet
years organization of FHTNC as a
Florida.A and then Gen.
1963.Throughout James Byrnes
Home Town News Center's Navy-wide activity so that sailors its 25 years, the and
operation, the more than 2,700 serving throughout the world center has been the backbone of George Marshall finally as
President
of State for
man went into a store and participating units have sub- would be beneficiaries of the the Navy's efforts to keep the Secretary have be
bought a golf ball mitted material resulting in more program.The front home aware of what Navy Truman. One does not to
reminded of all of the events of
Clerk "Shall I it?
: wrap than 60 million news releases. center was located in people are accomplishing aroundthe
Customer "No, Ill drive it the years 1941 through 1953 to
:
During World War II the late downtown Chicago at first but in world.
home.
Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz realize the influence Mr. Acheson
had. other historians
BAN KAMER ICARD-AMERICAN EXPRESS STANDARD Though
have written of these Dean
MASTERCHARJE Credit Cards Honored years,
V Acheson's memoirs are

,t The Talk of the Town W. thoughtful observations and
ROOSEVtl t MAll entertaining details of the people
and factors involved from World

War II, the organization of the
United Nations and NATO
car wash through the Korean War. His
literary skill makes reading such

detail a pleasure.The .
next Notable Book is a
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY novel and as such would probablybe

HOURS: 8:3.0 AM-5:30PM included as recreational

i reading. But WIIAT I'M GOINGTO
DO I THINK by Larry
Woiwode offers much more. This

book has basically a simple and,
contemporary plot of boy meets

f 4 girl,couple gets married because
ON THE ORTEGA RIVER girl is pregnant, girl loses baby
prematurely, and couple
becomes disillusioned with their
hasty arrangement. The readeris
.. 1, 2, 3 bedroom apts. X c CONFEDERATE '
not immediately aware of this,
.*2-level Townhouses k of course, but is introduced to the

Carpeted Kitchens situation as the characters Chris
4 l and Ellen gain insight into
3 Swimming Pools .. ,. themselves and life. The self

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I Accident Rate Increases as Traffic Flow GrowsJax I


As the number of accidents occurred at the operating. ,
vehicles aboard station continuesto Hospital's east parking lot, with Trucks or trailers carrying ,.
grow, your chances of 35 last year. Other areas having explosives also have the right of .Fs '
becoming involved in a 'fender frequent backing mishaps Included way and other drivers are
bender' become better .. the parking lots required to pull over to let such
especially if you aren't extremely surrounding the Navy Exchangesand vehicles pass clear.
cautious.A those around the permanent Another traffic problem that
recently concluded traffic barracks area. concerns the station police are
survey count conducted by the A traffic safety committee drivers who attempt to pull under
station's Security Departmentshows established last summer meets the wings of aircraft being towed. aw ,ti+a awe a.i wtu
that the average numberof regularly to discuss ways to Loudermill said that although
cars coming aboard and improve the parking lots aroundthe towed aircraft always have
leaving the station Monday station.In police escort, drivers still attempt
through Saturday, exceeds discussing the accident rate to cut around the planes
34,000. aboard station, Assistant after the escort has passed. One
That means more than 11- Security Officer, D.L. Louder- aircraft has been damaged as a X: ; ,
million cars travel around the mill, said, 'We're concerned with result of a driver trying to pass, "";; kf"o,." ::5f .. M'Jr
station each year, not including people who fail to observe one and several close misses have .. ', :t' **1Ji17.i"'d: 7'.y'ffh ':
government vehicles that stay way street signs and those who do been observed by police escorts. ti. .,,,- \{> t'l..J.t'u '' :
aboard at all times. This increasein not yield to emergency vehicles.' LCdr. O.C. Andersen, security ...... ,".-.... ""f,,,,.,,.;.j Jj' ,1'"" -,{ .w. !f4 '
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number accidents, on station. all vehicles shall stop im department is trying to improve .. ? > .r', .' _!,t". ,
Accident statistics compiledfor mediately with wheels touchingthe traffic conditions aboard stationto ;;""o-' t,
1969 show there were 437 curb or parallel to the right ensure safety as well as 4 5 <-1
accidents aboard NAS Jax, hand side of the road when fire providing unhampered traffic
compared to 387 in 1968, an increase trucks police cars, ambulances, flow during the heaviest rush SLIPPING STOP The practice of easing through stop signs is a
of 50 over 1968. armed emergency vehicles or hours. common dangerous practice 'aboard station. The truck at right approached -
Improper backing was the other such vehicles approachwith 'Our biggest concern in cutting stop sign and kept rolling, forcing the car with the right-of-
biggest cause of minor accidents bells, whistles or sirens down on accidents aboard station way to stop. Stop signs mean what they say.STOPI

both years, with 132 backing sounding. or with. red-blue_ __ _..___.__lights n.mmm._.. (Con't on next page)
mishaps in 1968 and increasing by / dr .
29 to 161 last year. Among the sP i roF t.:,;';, f ;;f'> .'>i 1i,'l' .. '. ';\
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is: to get drivers to be careful and A child dashed across! the street

concentrate on their driving To while the security officer was
prove his! point he asked a Jax Air talking to the speeder.

News reporter: to accompany himto A driver with something else on
the corner of Allegheny and his mind and a child intent on
Birmingham to observe the flowof
play add up to a potential
traffic (Two serious accidents tragedy

have occurred at this corner Visiting another hazardousarea

recently). During a three minute traffic was observed at the "
period 10 of the 12 cars that approached corner of Saratoga and Langley.

the intersection stop Again drivers frequently failed to
signs failed to come to a complete stop before crossing life in- r3 \r
stop. One lady who was pulled tersection.'No .

over after failing.to stop said, 'I Parking' signs have been :',' ': -.
thought I did stop and I did look placed on Saratoga in front of the .: >' :.. : 'J'
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both ways. Post Office in an attempt to clear _
Another potential serious the intersection for drivers approaching "" ", ii
accident area is! Mustin toad the area. (Spaces are t
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between the chapel and the plentiful in the parking lot :

housing area across the strrrt.Thl' directly across the street from ..
posted speed limit is 20. Onedriver the Post Office). V 1 A ...:::.; )' ,.

who was clocked at ::10 t ) Drivers still continue to ignorethe ;. !

in.p,h. through the area said 'I signs and park directly in .. ',l> !hI:
had my mind on something else.' front of the 'No Parking' signs ,
while they go into the Post Office. --- '. .

A parking ticket costs a little IT COULD HAPPEN AGAIN Three young girls died as a result of this accident south of the air
r Leave a more than a six-cent stamp or the station during construction work on Highway 17. Work is now going on north of the station. The speed

time to park across the street and limit through the area is 20 m.p.h. Observe it and avoid another terrible tragedy.we .
Little EarlierJax walk to the Post Office.

In an attempt to cut down on could just get people to pay a

You are going to have to the number of accidents aboard little more attention to what
start to work earlier for the next the station, a defensive driving they're doing. The majority of

several months or you will be course is being conducted accidents occur when people fail { ai.
late. That's the latest word from weekly. Navy instructions to give their full attention to their
contractors working on Roosevelt require all Navy personnel to driving.'

Blvd. And, if you wish to avoid a attend. Anyone interested may Their inattention cost$86,233.87in
traffic citation, maintain the call Security for further in- car repair bills last year for
mile hour formation. private cars and more than
posted 20 per speed
limit from the NAS Main Gate to Discussing the increasing $26,500 to government propertyand
the Timuquana intersection. accident( rate, Commander vehicles.It .
in Andersen said, 'We could greatly doesn't pay not to pay at
If you live the area either
reduce the number of accidents if tention.
lying immediately west or south ", .. .-..... _._._.- >..._...- ,
west of the air station, you are ,'..<:Yk.' :Jt"4::%\ 1 ,>.\lt'ir.t."J'1R..;...;"' .,;.' ,,.; \fI' 1t, ":"& '!' ? I< .!>,'Y ':' i.
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Part 3 I



Of Drugs and The Lonely CrowdFollowing D .. .


( it the last installment of a three part series of excrpt"Jrom D
remarks by Commissioner l"arT1A.. Bear, Addiction Service
Agency. New York City. Hit talk, "Of Drugs and The 1.071"1Crel'wtl,"
was delivered at the annual awards luncheon of the Advertising Coun-
cil, Incorporated.) ,


You know just a couple of days ago my agency they are a substitute for you, for your understandin orities over others. That is, choice is made (or more
began a program in Williamsburg in Brooklyn with renlisticully, a series of choices are made) on the
the cooperation of the City Hoard of Education. We I think that addition to your Individual responsibility basis of moro or less (information within a context
got the district superintendent out there to agreeto you have a collective responsibility with regard of value priorities.
release 60 teachers and 50 or CO student leaders to the area of prevention. Specifically, prevention It becomes clear, therefore, that the undertakingof
positive and negative leaders-and community peo and education are areas when tho advertising a prevention campaign by tho mass media must
ple to participate together for three days in an educational profession, as such, could make a special contribu speak to this: conict ..f values: 'Ibis: ambiance in
symposium on the problem of drug abuse. tion. which individuals make the decision t.u turn or not to
And these three days were not set up so that every It is essential that we have a nationwide nnli- turn to drugs. I It: is not my job nor would I assume
body could listen to a bunch of speeches.The drug abuse campaign aimed at education and at IX- t to tell you ti> g u about this task. I would like,
object of these meetings was to teach the however, to outline what I believe to 1m a few general
teachers something about drugs and about communicating priorities.Any \ .
with kids about drugs. We call this process The Beginning: InformationThe
such must ho concerned with tho
attitudinal skills training. The teachers have to campaign !
know enough about drugs to match the informational truth about drugs and tho drug scene; straight talk
level of their students, that is true, but information, End: Communication rather than rehashing myths surrounding the drug
as you all certainly know, is only the beginning. culture. It must avoid red herrings, such as the legalization
Really meaningful communication is the end. of marijuana, and avoid scare techniques.It .
should be simple enough) in some way, to have
Let me tell you about one thing that happened on isting attitudes regarding drugs. I understand that meaning for the even seven-year-olds.
very young
the very first day of this three day session. One of this great Council has already made a commitmentto Finally, it should deal with the basic human elements -
the teachers, who was also a parent, got up and said undertake such a campaign. For this our nation of choice and individual. responsibility. It
that he thought that adults should see to it that must be grateful. Rut I can araurc you that the tusk should concentrate not only on tho negative, but on
more boys' clubs were set up for young'pfple in you have ahead of you is enormous and will pUiro the (Hsitivo value of personal freedom, health and
that community, more girls' clubs too, so that the a heavy demand upon your considerable resources joy which arc possible only through confronting
kids would have pool tables, ping pong tables, and In this connection, you must realize that inn decision problems and not through anesthetizing one's self
juke boxes and'all; a place to get together, a placeto to turn to drugs as a habitual way of handling from feeling them.In .
occupy themselves.An problems the responsibility of each individual. No
almost unanimous response from the kids was: other agent can be singled out as responsible for order to maximize the effectiveness of your upcoming -
"We don't want pool tables, wo don't want clubs, we such a decision on the part of any individual, whether : ('an11Iul"'Ith'II"' I must cull on you to undertake -
want you to listen to us, we want you to understand it be the advertising media, the Vietnam war, un with tae in the field, a concommitant ftort.'I'hut .
) ui. Don't try to buy us off. Just dig us. We are willing unfaithful spouse, an unloving parent, or the absurd is to challenge those attitudes no pervasive in
to get down with you." proportions of reality itself. This decision to our society, which lead ua: nil to tho destructive belief -
( You eee, you have got to' give to get! but you've move to, or away from, drugs however, :is nmdw ina that there has to bo Home easy way to find peace
got to give yourself and that is your responsibility. context-a context which defines the meaning of or love or freedom, and to show instead that with.
I don't have anything against boys' clubs. I think specific behavior, contains value judgments on that out drugs, there Is surely a road to the mountain top
, they can accomplish a great deal, but I don't think behavior, and gives, emotional weight to some pri that every human being can walk. (AFPS)
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NAVY PERSONNEL The Jewish Festival of
; ALL MiL.SRECAPS Purim (the Feast of Lots)
War Souvenirs and
( begins on sundown, March DrugsThe
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,; sundown March 22. Personnel -
plus U &
exchangeSHOCKS
I'I' may receive In. Bureau of Customs and the entry has resulted in a marked Francisco were in violation of
{ formation by calling Department of Defense have increase in seizure of con- Customs regulations. Of these
$5.55 Congregation Ahavath joined in 'a concerted effort to traband. lie called the flow of 16.7 per cent involved stolen
plus labor Chesed ((388-0754)) or the discourage military personnelfrom illicit war souvenirs 'a veritable government property.
388-7371 station Chaplain's Office. using the mails to send flood,' and warned that 'serious Deputy commissioner Rains
2 Cassat Aver home illicit war souvenirs as wellas consequences' could ensue if the said 'some war trophies can be
marijuana and other drugs. tide was not turned. brought back from Vietnam if
Commissioner of Customs The commissioner said permission is first received from
Myles J. Ambrose announced the military personnel are not in- the field commander.
campaign in Washington, D.C. volved in any major trafficking of

.> 0 He said, 'Secretary of Defense drugs but almost 25 per cent of 4526 120th SI.
Melvin R. Laird has committedhis the flow of marijuana and a

OTICEH department' to assist hashish comes from military post YUKONHo
Customs' officials in scrutinizingmail offices overseas. lie said most of
for contraband. the drug-smuggling out of Gloss

" Attending the conference at Vietnam consists of marijuanaand NN NNNMMN/MINMINNNMNN/MMMNNN
DEPENDENTS Customs were members of hashish.
Congress, including the Chair Commissioner Ambrose said Cleiners I Luriry

: ,/kc, GOING TO THE MED??? man of the House Appropriations the real problem, as far as the 25 Washers5C
Subcommittee Rep. Tom Steed. military is concerned, is the
Deputy Commissioner of traffic in illicit war trophies and Dryers
COMPARE ((5 min.)
Customs Edwin R. Rains also stolen weapons. He said such
THESE PRICES! was present. traffic has increased during the HOURS: 8:30B.J0: :

t Commissioner Ambrose said Vietnam conflict. A study madein One Day ServiceJAX
intensified inspection of mail 1968 showed that almost 20 per
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Front Nine Jax-The baseball, tennis and On March 21 matches
National Group Holes, 2 p.m. 679th vs: FAW-11 are
Back Nine Holes, 2 p.m. VP-16 vs: A-C Maint. golf teams from the U.S. Naval scheduled with Lake City Junior
Academy are scheduled to arriveat College at Lake City. Universityof
Jax-Thc first commissionednaval NAS Cecil Field today to begina Florida will host the Middiesfor
officer to receive a certified series of contests during the tennis matches in Gainesville

membership in the Tuesday, March 24 midshipmen's spring break. March 22.

National Executive Front Nine Holes, 2 p.m. Hospital vs: Caduceus The baseball team opens its Links Team Practices
Housekeepers Association Back Nine Holes schedule tomorrow (March 20))
is member 2 p.m. Weapons vs: NARF The Middie golf squad will stay
(NEHA) a of the by meeting the University of
Medical Service Corps and is Tennessee at Jacksonville at Cecil Field and will practice on
currently attached to the Naval the Cecil links during the spring
University.They return to J U at 3
Hospital here. Wednesday, March 25 p.m. to take on the Dolphins' break from classes.
I LCDH. James A. French, chief Front Nine Holes, 2 p.m. FAETU vs: MAD diamond squad.

of Operating Services at the Back Nine Holes, 2 p.m. 679th vs: VW-4 Saturday, the Academy will Welcome Dolphins

Naval Hospital, was awarded replay the same two teams at JU
certification after completing an at the same times as Friday. Jax-The Navy and

Executive Housekeepers Schoolat Sunday, the midshipmen will Jacksonville will join In
March
Thursday
26
Witchita Falls, Tex. The play a triple-header at NAS welcoming the Jacksonville
Front Nine Holes
2 Supply NARTU
p.m. vs:
back
lieutenant commander earned Jacksonville's Mason Field, University Dolphins
classroom hours of Back Nine Holes, 2 p.m. Hospital vs: Comm. from the NCAA basketball
I IflO approved taking on the Miami of Ohio
credit at the school, and is now baseball team at 9:30: a.m., noon tournament Sunday.The .
vice president of the Gateway and again at 3 p.m. gala celebration Is

Chapter of the Executive The baseball squad will returnto scheduled for the Gator Bowl .,,,,.
Housekeepers Association in NewYork Reserve Unit Mason Field Monday (March and 7p.m. and there will be

Jacksonville.. 23).) at 9:45: to play lliram Collegeto no charge to the public. The
>11 close out its local schedule.Net ComFairJax Band and the
Training with FA WllJaxPatrol Team Naval Air Technical

Training Center Color Guard
The tennis team takes
on
Navy
Squadron 62, the Cdr. Herman Brumme Jr. the Jacksonville University will take part in the

largest reserve squadron ever (USNR), has had a wide range of squad at 2 p.m. March 20 at JU. ltstlvltltl.rjiiNSiiifj.
S deployed from New York and the ASW experience which includes
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Air Wing Eleven and NAS Jax, carrier based pilot.In I
arrived here Sunday for two 1968 VP-62 worked with VP-

I II weeks of active duty under the 5, another FAW-11 j

I I operational control of Com (.peration.il( unit, in Rota,
mander, FAW11. Spain and received a com 1. TRANSMISSION I

Patrol Squadron 45, a regularFA mendation from ComFair Med .
W-ll unit, will host the reserve for their service. _--- -
squadron and assist them in drills j)::;;, : YOU CAN TRUST YOUR

gyp- .4 and exercises designed to 5i ( 5 TRANSMISSION TO TRANSMART
sharpen their ASW techniques. }

A nucleus of tactically oriented = I -:='1st FREE TOW IN
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VP-62 aviators have been -
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t control regular specialists FAW-11 to operational plan and mr \- ALL GENERAL REPAHS

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LCdr. French during their stay in Jacksonville. : 'Et '':-.A'I'S t AY3tMm HIT 733471

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Softball
Varsity
Sailing News Get a ndod


Practice Starts R o
Jax A choppy river, high : F 1
winds, gusting to 30 knotts, and
chilly temperatures tested some Jax-It's time for all Softball day at 11:30: ( a.m. on Mackroth ..
of the better sailors from the players to dig out that glove and Field. McCaffrey reports that he
Jacksonville areas as well as get it oiled-up for the coming expects to field nearly a com-
Glynco, Ga. in the Frostbite diamond season as the Jax Navy pletely new team this season so
Regatta last weekend sponsoredby Fliers softball team opens spring emphasizes that all the positionsare
the Navy Jax Sailing Club with practice. wide-open.
assistance from the San Jose Coach Frank McCaffrey will The varsity team members are
Yacht Club.Cruisers. hold a workout for all players also eligible to participate on 1
sailed two long trying out for the club this Sun- intramural teams and McCaffrey pi
courses, one Saturday and again encourages his players to play in
Sunday, with Jim Kenyon NARTU Medical order to get as much practice as a
skippering'Que Sera Sera' taking possible. Once the season opens
first in corrected time and 'Nel', the Fliers are limited to the
skippered by Fred Kling, Post Easy Wins amount of practice sessions open 68 CHEVROLET $1495
finishing first but getting a and they play four games each
second on the corrected time. weekend throughout the summer.
First over, all was won by Stan In Court Play The schedule opens May 15 2 Door Sedan
Foy in his Missile, followed by AI with Jax hosting Albany Navy in
Johnson (Day Sailer) and two doubleheaders Friday and ...... Factory air conditioning,
Jackson Bedford (Mariner). Jax-Only two games of the Saturday nights. Through the j V-8, Auto. trans., R&H.
"' Class winners were: Snipe scheduled three were played in season they will play local
First place Burt Verwey, second basketball action Monday nightas downtown teams as well as
Mike Knight; Day Sailer Al the schedule has only one more military teams in Florida and
Johnson followed by Steve week to complete before the startof Georgia. 68 FORD $1495
Bowles; Bantam Dusty playoffs.
Rhoades with Jim Ray second; Medical dropped 679th 64-59 to
and in the Open Stan Foy and eliminate any hope the Air Force AcademyCon't 4 Door Sedan
Jackson Bedford runner-up.: quintet might of had to make the '"'- 1
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Needed ( )
Rosters WSW.
all scorers with 23 points
Jax-Rosters of all participants while 679th's George Wilcox hit year the Midshipmen receive
in the NAS Track and Field Meet, for 22 to lead the losers. indoctrination in aviation, sub-
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next Thursday, March 26, in the spot in the playoffs, took their patrol work. Their final summer
office of Athletic Director Frank 13th win of the season and the midshipmen serve as a junior
McCaffrey, building 3. knocked off VP-45 5144. Al officer aboard a ship at sea. a 2 Door Sedan
; Williams paced the winners with Twenty.one varsity sports are .
" 22 points and Jim Stevenson offered and midshipmen are
(( V-8, Auto trans., RAH.
pumped in 20 for the Red Darters encouraged to particpate.
.. With VP-5 on deployment Capt. Coogan sees the Navy
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,. National League's Hospitaland job, therefore the Naval
Marine Barracks definitelyare Academy graduate must be the
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the other game scheduled to develop hard core
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