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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 26, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any 'i t
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this.publication does not constitute an endorsement of any > or services advertised.,
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VOL.. 28 NO. 1 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA r MARCH 26, 1970 C Crr


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NAS Jax -- A small part of the naval history -- when f,

battlewagons and cruisers were the front line of ,;'

America's defense at sea -- will live on thanks to the '

generosity of a retired Orange Park Navyman.A .

six-foot model of the cruiser
USS Pensaeola, built as an exact home to his parents in Louisvilleand
:i1! : replica by LCdr. William W. the following October the
:
Pensacola model the
feature
Davis, 2559 Red Fox Road, was
Orange Park, was presented to attraction at Navy Day display.
the Naval Aviation Museum at Davis completed his tour |]
Pensacola aboard the cruiser in 1936 and
during Tuesday'sNavy
League luncheon in subsequently was promoted to
the officer ranks while '
Jacksonville at the Sheraton serving
Hotel. various tours aboard ships and
shore installations in the United
RAdm. Herbert S. Matthews,
Jr., commander of the Naval Air States and overseas. His
Basic assignments included duty at
Training Command at NAS
d NAS Jacksonville and the old
Pensacola
accepted the model
., ., Green Cove Springs Naval Air
'" for the from
"Wi,1\\ museum Capt. H. O.
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) ; ;) Station. He retired in the summerof
; \ t Cutler commanding officer of
:\ NAS Jax. 1958 after nearly 30 years of

WE'RE 27 .. > Capt. Cutler presented the naval service. '
ji After deciding to donate the
''>,fJiI model Pensacola on behalf of
I\ .,. model to the aviation
: : '4 1 Davis, who was unable to attend museum,
I : Davis reworked all the
With this week's edition, .o'.o'I\ <' '. the luncheon. Adm. Matthewswas riggingson
JaxAirNews starts its 28th yearof <: I, "( "' guest speaker at the lun the ship. 'It was quite a task
', ( ;
)1. : cheon. trying to replace all the life lines
publication for the benefit of allh"ds' i:
X ., '# ,. and rigging. My hands aren't as
: : Davis built the model
-- both military and ... :' during an
'>,>'+ & ..... steady and my eyes are weaker
18 in .
c t: : -month period 1934 35 while '
than when I first built her he
,
p AM '(.t .... serving aboard the old Pensacolaas. '
P1' ;+1; forward to t tI an enlisted storekeeper. quipped. ,
S. anot'A..1*''x. 'w service' to the Recalling the, days when he,built Sunk By U. s. ,
NAS, Jax community and we the wooden replica of the cruiser, The cruiser served the Navy
invite our readers to visit our Davis said 'I worked on it every throughout the Second World Warin
office in Bldg. 1. day when I was off duty. Just the Pacific and returned to the
about every storekeeper aboard states in early 1946. Later that
Anyone with a newsworthyitem 1 n s helped me work out the details in year she returned to the Pacific
is welcome to give us a call order to make every gun and where she was a target ship for
at Ext. 3118. The station ladder to exact scale. There was 'Operation Crossroads,' the
newspaper belongs to all hands no hobby shop and a chief car- atomic bomb experiments
and we invite and welcome penter's mate assisted with the conducted at Bikini Atoll. The
suggestions to improve our hull and some of the other ship suffered extensive damage
product. MODEL MAKER Capt. B.W. Dean, XO NAS Jax, and LCdr. W.W. minature equipment. during the tests and her hull was
Davis, USN (Ret), discuss details of model Pensaeola that Com* Recent Rework Job sunk in November 1948.
mander Davis donated to Naval Aviation Museum. In 1935 Davis sent the model The Naval Aviation Museumwas

founded at Pensacola to

I Blue Angels Schedule Cecil FieldThe Air Showkind aviation preserve and the heritage inspire of students naval

aviators to earn their wings.As .

Navy's famed flight demonstration team, the, The tactics that the Blue of aerial teamwork which today's! youthful aviators go

Blue Angels, will perform at ,NAS Cecil Field Sunday, Angels demonstrate might be has paid off for Americans in through their training to learn to
flown from tree-top level to 60,000 actual battles from Midway to fly sleek jets off modern aircraft
April 5, at 2 p.m. The demonstration will be open to the feet. But for the aerospace enthusiasts Vietnam. carriers, they'll be able to recall

public. The various squadrons based at Cecil Field will who come to watch, the The serious naval aviators who the days,when leather helmeted

also display their aircraft and some of their weapons Blues bring all the maneuvers make up the team bear little pilots were launched airborne
down to eye level. This involves resemblance to the dashing under the deck guns of cruisers in
systems.This performing at low level altitudesthe daredevil barnstorming who flimsy bi-planes. Commander
will be the 'Blues' first pilot was parachuted from the Davis' model will
fairs half help
tactical skills taught student stunted before county a preserve
1 organized performance in the craft to be capture by a detach pilots at high altitudes to that small portion of the Navy'saviation
Jacksonville in than ment of Marines in front of the
area more demonstrate to the public the (Continued on Page 2)) history.:
five years. onlookers. .
The Blue Angels have thrilled Most of the combat maneuvers ; '
millions of spectators throughout were performed in tight for ; ; :; \ : ; ;:F.;" : :
the world for 24 years with mation,a style which became the : \ : :

spectacular demonstrations of basis for the present combinationof .: : .:;t ; :
precision acrobatic formation high speed and tight formation :n! f! ; > :' ';//," '" i>{l Sttl"
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individually to. every naval developed the famous Blue Angel w:"::;r f.iJy; ;' jf4r \ r ;Wl 'IIM '"1"'" t;" ,I, ,
aviator during flight training, are Diamond which has become their \vr,6: ;r ,tti: f tI 1 ". ''' >
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exhibited to perfection when trademark.In \' !& .. ), .. ,..:< 1\" '" ',,"
flown at twice the speed of sound 1962, the Blue Angels in ; "
by the skillful Blue Angels in troduced the diamond landing in ,::/

their Phantom aircraft. which all planes land together, 5 w y .'t.. .
The original flight exhibition the farvel which is the basic '. "f "
team was formed in June of 1946 diamond formation with the -I-. I I i "". -#' \1
at NAS Jacksonville.At the time, leader'inverted, and the inverted r eA 10\"N.'C
the team was flying Gruman F6F half Cuban eight, an aerobatic
Hellcat a propeller driven air sequence performed by a solo
craft. The four Hellcats of the pilot which defies description.By _
original team performed a performing at air shows and
combat routine in which they other events in the national in
pretended to 'shoot down' a terest, the team hopes to interest
training plane painted 'as a other young men in air or ground
Japanese Zero. The plane careers in naval aviation and to
spiraled downward trailing stimulate public interest in'the
realistic smoke, and a dummy nation's air power. Blue Angels Do Their Thing During Practice Session

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Dignity and WorthOur L.fr'zr! '1"A CATHOLICNaval


: Air Station
nation was founded on the principle that the I individual has In-
finite dignity and worth. The Department of Defense must always be
guided by this principle. In all that we do, we must show respect for a 7 ? SUNDAY MASS 9&11 a.m.
the serviceman and civilian his DAILY MASS ll:30a.m.:
employe as a person, recognizing
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4I' U 'Confessions will be heard
individual needs, aspirations and capabilities.The ,
'
defense of the nation requires a well-trained force, military and Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and from

civilian, regular and reserve. To provide such a force we must increase 5 to 5:45: p.m.'

the attractiveness of a career in Defense so that the ser
viceman and the civilian employe'will feel the highest pride in himself Naval Hospital

and work, in the uniform and the military profession.The .
attainment of these goals requires that we strive to help each SUNDAY MASS 8 a.m.

man in uniform bridge the transition from service activity to civilianlife.
N A TTC
STAR SHIP-OVER DPSN Clide Scoggins attached to the

so Operations Branch of Data Processing Department shipped-over SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m
under the Star Program for six years. Cdr. R.L. Williams administersthe Bldg. 500
oath of enlistment to the 3ft year veteran who expects orders to DP

z 'A',School soon. PROTESTANTNaval


HospitalSUNDAY


J/It Jlfo/J WORSHIP 10 a.m.SERVICES


Naval Air Station

The two air station dining halls serve the same menu but observe different
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: Sunday
breakfast a.m. to 7:30 a.m./dinner. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to Church School
The Department of Defense is fully aware that the manner in whichan 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.; 9 a.m.
individual is treated throughout his years in the service and, dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. supper 5:00 p.m. to 6:15.: Both Dining halls ob Junior Church 10a.m.
the hours week-ends and holidays: early breakfast 6-30: a.m. to
on
serve same Divine Service
Worship 10 a.m.
particularly as he nears the end of his career in uniform is part of 8:30: a.m.1 brunch 9:30 a.m.to 12:30: p.m.;and supper 4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m.
the positive attitude-building that can and must be generated by the Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 Bldg. 750
leaders of and within the military service. cents dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents. Episcopal Communion 8:30: a.m.

This is part of the reason for such programs as: Bldg. 750

Project Transition, primarily for the first-termer who needs to learna
GOOD FRIDAY, MARCH 27
civilian job skill. Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.

Project Referral,a program to assist men retiring from the militaryin Breakfast Dinner Supper Bldg. 722
finding jobs in civilian life. Corn Meal Mush Boiled Lobster Tail Baked Ham Steaks
Project MEDIHC, presently a pilot program in Texas that may Eggs to Order Drawn Butter Baked Tuna and TuesdaySenior
eventually include all the states, and which is designed to fit medically Deep Fried Fish Swiss Steak Noodles Choir Rehearsal 5 p.m.
Grilled Luncheon Meat Baked Potato Potatoes
Scalloped
qualified servicemen into civilian health agency jobs. Hash Browned Potatoes Lemon Buttered O'Brien CornStrawberry Bldg. 750
Project Memo, a program to help separating servicemen establish Hot Cross Buns Asparagus'White Shortcake ThursdayChristian
contact with a college or university.The Cake Whipped Topping
Science Service 8
list goes on and on: early out programs, to allow for seasonal Cocoa Fudge Frosting p.m

occupations and school attendance, to include vocational schools; SATURDAY, 28 NATTI" ,
special police and firemen recruiting programs, rehabilitation MARCH

assistance, and, perhaps the most important of all the GI Bill. Early Breakfast Brunch Supper Divine Worship _p m.
The United States Government recognizes that when a veteran has Hot Oatmeal Simmered FrankfurtersEggs Creole Soup Bldg. 500
served his country well, it is only right that the government providethe to Order Hot Baked Beans Braised Pork Chops Evening Worship 6pm.
veteran with educational benefits designed to assist him in Griddle Cakes French Fried Potatoes Onion Gravy Bldg. 500
Broiled Bacon Slices Buttered Fresh Frozen O'Brien Potatoes
meeting the challenge of the civilian community.But Cake Doughnuts Mixed VegetablesIce Okra and Tomato
that is possible only when the departing serviceman whetherhe Cream Sundaes Gumbo
is retiring or leaving after his first-hitch completes the bond Buttered Green Peas
between what the program has to offer and the results of his efforts. Lemon Cake Pudding BlueAngelsContinued

The foundation for returning to civilian life has been laid by the EASTER SUNDAY, MARCI ft 29
government. It is up to each individual to determine what he is
prepared to contribute toward that foundation. (AFPS). Hot Early Grits Breakfast Brunch Supper ( from Page I)
Turkey Pot Pie Oven Roast of Beef
Eggs to Order Mashed Potatoes Brown Beef Gravy
Minute Steaks Buttered Wax Beans
Virginia Baked
Ham '
Home century ago. These' are
Fried Potatoes Hot Biscuits Raisin Sauce
Sugar Rolls Mince Cookies Mashed Potatoes professional pilots with skills
Green Peas with Onions honed by thousands of hours in
Hot Dinner Rolls the air and many more thousandsof
Apple Pie Ala Mode
hours learning the

MONDAY,MARCH 30 engineering navigation,
meterology and electronics that
Breakfast Dinner Supper must be second nature to the jet
Hot Grits Split Pea Soup Onion Soup of
pilot
today.
Ham Omelet Oven Roast of Beef Beef Paprika
Hash Brown Potatoes Natural Gravy Steamed Rice None of the maneuvers are
Grilled Luncheon Meat Mashed Potatoes Creole Green Beans stunts or daring feats. All are
Cinnamon Rolls Au Grautln Cauliflower Baking Powder Biscuits part of the stock in trade of any
Seasoned Spinach Blueberry Pie
.I Creamy Rice Pudding fighter pilot tactical maneuvers.
Chocolate Topping They are, however, done in ex-
tremely close formation rather
"THIS 15 CNIU 5tos% f&'S fiRST 5iOE puff iN Z YEARS!" TUESDAY, MARCH 31 than individually and at lower

Breakfast Dinner Supper ,altitude than is normally the

Hot Oatmeal Vegetable Soup Chicken Noodle Soup case.
Eggs to OrderPineapple Baked Veal Loaf Baked Virginia Ham The Blues, in their swept wing
Hot Cakes Tomato Gravy Pineapple Sauce Mach 2 Phantoms utilize two
,
Bakes French
Sausage Patties Fried Potatoes Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Raised Doughnuts. Buttered Peas and Southern Style Greens basic formations for their per-
JTAX AIFt NEWS CeleryIce Boiled Navy Beans formance: the echelon, in which
Cream SundaesWEDNESDAY Bread Pudding the planes are stacked down and

Peach Sauce back from the leader at a 45-

APRIL 1 degree angle, and the famous
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Blue Angel Diamond in which
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station.
there is each of the
a wingman on
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Breakfast Dinner Supper
Hot Farina leader's wings and a slot man
private firm. AU Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Bean Soup Creole Soup
Scrambled Eggs Chicken flying behind and below
must be forwarded to the Public Fried Steak Deep Fried directly
Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Creamed Dried Beef Brown Gravy Fish Pore the
leader's exhausts
tions engine ,
Jacksonville, by 12OO.noon on Monday before publication. News Home Fries Potatoes Mashed Potatoes
items welcomed all Praline RollsBreakfast Buttered Scalloped Potatoes between the two wingmen.The .
are from sourcesTelephone 772.3118 or Fresh Frozen Harvard Beets
3119. Mixed Vegetables Buttered pilots slide their Phantoms
Peanut Butter Cake SproutsIce Brussel together in the sky until only a

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Butter Cream Icing Cream Cups yard separates wingtip from

concerning such should be directed to: ., THURSDAYAPRIL2 canopy and with wings
"- overlapping completely.With .
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Cream of Potato Soup J wings overlapping, they

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Hot Baked Pork Chops change speeds from nearly

Telephone 388-2755 Corn Meal Mush Macaroni Spiced Appjesauce I with supersonic to just above a stall.

Eggs to Order Tomatoes Supper Minestrone They change formations several
VOL. 28 NO. 1 MARCH Griddle Cakes and Cheese Baked Lasagna times during a show, some
26, 1970 Boiled Pinto Beans Pizza Pie
Broiled Bacon Slices executed smoothly and rapidly
Sugar Rolls Simmered Spinach Broccoli Polonaise
within in
other
Fruit Gelatin Apple Pie maneuvers right
front of spectators.
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By DTC J.D. BrewsterHole ,1},, !" 0000 :,,:\': :f'

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In One cockers to victory. Smooth Q-I am a member of the
rolling Dr. Smith from Dental Army Reserves, and was required -
Chief Roy Jackson of the hereby warns other teams to to serve six months on
active duty. Does this give me 3
Security Department recentlywas beware: 'our handicap will kill eligibility for schooling under .
visiting friends in the Albanyarea you'! the GI Bill _
when he experienced the Fifteen members of the A-No. Six-month enlistees
thrill of a lifetime. Playing with Friendly Midgets favorite league under the reserve program are
friends G.C. Bowling and R.L. rolled a 500 or better series. J. not entitled to educational ass is- '
Hodges at the NAS Albany Mackinson of VA-45 No. 1 put tance.
Q-Where may I obtain a PR1 John E. Taylor of VA-45 ATC Clifford L.Jones of V A-45 '
Jackson using a four- together 6 successive strikes
course, en-
record of discharge of a man reenlisted for six years during reenlisted for four years during
iron aced the second route to 230 Current
156-yard a
game.
who in the Navy duringthe
was ceremonies on Feb. 26. ceremonies on Feb. 27. ,
hole. His card was attested to by standings: years 1915 to 1918 1
both playing partners and NAS A-You might write to the ,'?' .. "7te
Albany golf pro Billy Smith. This Marines 9 3 Officer in Charge, Discharged
feat qualified Chief Jackson for Weapons 9 3 Enlisted Personnel Records e i iA iM
the Bureau of Naval Personnel VA-174 8 4 Branch, U.S. Naval Records
Va-45 No. 1 4 Center 9700
Athletic Achievement 8 Management Page da e
Special Food Service 8 4 Boulevard, St. Louis, Mo. 63132.
Award. Supply 6 6 Q-When I am discharged, I
VA-46 No.1 1 1VA46 6 6 plan to start a small business in :
Intramural Golf No.2' 6 my home town. May I use the
VA-83 6 6
GI Bill for this ?
VA-45 No. 2 5 7 purpose
In intramural golf, both AMD Avionics 5 7 A-No. Business loans are
leagues have a closely contested Operations 4 8 available only to eligible World
War II and Korean veterans
AMD 2 10 ,
race underway.: VA-87'E', first Dental 2 10 and not authorized under the
half winners of the Blue League new GI Bill. Try the Small
and VA-37 10'first half winners in Meanwhile the Midget's Business Administration. P frPN1
the Gold League are being hard talented contemporaries in the Q-If I take a paid-up policy
pressed in the second round. National League are also slap- after changing from my World
Due to cancellations ping the Brunswicks down at a War II 20-year endowment plan, AMElDonaM E. Hotkins receives Eddie H. Parrish of VA-45

necessitated by our local liquid good clip. A well balanced BOQ will A-No.my dividends However, discontinue, the divi-? his second good conduct award reenlisted for three years during

sunshine,winners in both leagues five has served notice in the early dends may be less than on your _from_ Cdr. Fred J. Withers ceremonies on March 3.
could well be decided by make-up going that they are the team to present policy. a
games. Current standings: beat. Del Vecchio's 238 is

Gold League currently high game iu league ArgentineOfficers Direct Factory Outlet N

VA-37 '0' 4V/2 18Va play and Geselbracht's 588 series .
Admin '0' 39V 32VVA37 constitutes high series. Current
'0' 34 38 ShewAppreciation
VA-174 0' 32tt ISVj standings: FOR VOGUE AND TIFFANY
AMD 'E' 31 Vi 17'/a
VA-44 25 55 BOQ 10 2
Ops 16V 31'/2 Admin 8 4
AMD '0. 15V 32/2 VA.174 I No. 1 8 4 PiM
VA-87 15 21 Medical 7 5
Dental 7 5 Officers from the Argentine Air
Blue League VA.83 7 5 Force detachment gave an appreciation -
AMD 7 5 banquet Saturday
VA87'E' 40Vj' 7Vt VA.72 6 6 night at the Officers'Recreational I L.L HOMES
NAMTD 38V 21Vj NAMTD No.2' 6 MO I i
VA.81 35Va 26Va NAMTD No.1 5 7 Facility for Cecil c' ,
VA-83 No. 2 25 23 5 7 Field officers for assistance !
Marines 24 22 Opera Ilona 4 8 shown the Argentines during 784 S. LANE AVENUE
VA83 No. 1 20 16 VA.17" No.2 4 8
Admin 'E' lOVa 49Vj APTU 0 12 their stay here.A .
VA-83 '0' 0 36 detachment of approximately -
50 personnel are
presently at Cecil Field for final

SoftballA Despite the numerous com, staging before departure to their
reminder to all softball home. I
localanglersthat spring
team captains: A meeting will be plaints is apparent only on Mondays The Argentine government F

held at 1000 on April 1 at the through Fridays, the run on purchased 25 A4-A, and A4-B
Station Gym. Action will com- Special Services boating, cam- Skyhawks from the U.S. for use
mence on April 13 on both fields. ping and fishing tackle has been by their air force. The planes are
Also, a meeting of all umpireswill great. being picked up at NAS Olathe,
convene at the Station Gymon Kan., and flown here to be
Monday, March 30, at 1215. For those new comers whose readied for flight to Argentina.The .
previous tour of duty has been first of the Argentine per-
BowlingIn spent in the hinterlands of Lower sonnel arrived here in January to
Slobbovia and the other 10 per- prepare to receive the aircraft.
American League bowling cent who never seem to get the The banquet consisted of a

competition, the high flying word, Florida's waters, both salt dinner followed by a ceremony in
Weapons five spotted Dental 170 and fresh, teem with a variety of which Captain F.M. McLinn, CO
pins and still came on strong to fish seen nowehre else in the U. S. of NAS Cecil Field, received a isn't
win three from the Dental Those who have not yet availed plaque from the AAF officers. Money
aggregation. Gunter rolled a 507 themselves of 'Florida's fine The detachment will leave for

series in leading the cannon fishing are urged to do so. home Monday. scarce at HFC



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( printed in plain block letters) to I media, advertising and sweepstakes agencies are not eligible. No Sgt. BENJAMIN SMITH Jr., Ft. Rucker, Ala.
r "4.Star Sweepstakes", P.O. Box purchase required. Void where prohibited. All Federal, state and I
324 N.Y., N.Y. 10046. Enter as I lojal regulations apply. S 1970 Lorillard.
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often as you like, but each entry l"
must be mailed separately. Only Mail to: "Star"" Sweepstakes, P.O. Box 424, 'New York, N.Y.
10046. Enter name In the "Star"" Sweepstakes.
I my Enclosed
one prize per family. Winners will are two (2)) end panels from a carton of either KENT NEWPORT I
be notified by mail. First prize to TRUE or OLD GOLD (or two 3x5 pieces of paper with the words r1llhJE//
be based on the base pay of a I KENT NEWPORT TRUE or OLD GOLD printed in plain block I
letters). I certify I am 21 years of age or older.
General with 26
4-Star over years I j
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service, as indicated by the Paymaster Rank Name & Serial No.. ... I l x.a"l 111 S ,
(Pl. print cltarly) wpo /
U.S. Army, official pay I
schedule, July, 1969. Names will I
be selected in random drawings J Address I
from all entries received by D L. .1I

Blair Corporation, an independent I City State Zip I

judging organization, whose decisions I Entries must be postmarked by May 15, 1970 and received by
are final. Prizes delivered in May 29, 1970. Employees and their families of Lorillard, their I
the continental U.S. Payments of I media, advertising and sweepstakes agencies are not eligible. No
taxes on the prizes is the respon purchase required. Void where prohibited All Federal, state and I -iW'
local regulations apply. !;) 1970 Lorillard.
__ sibility of winners and not Lorillard.'The 1 r-------------.J .

Mail to: "Star"" Sweepstakes, P.O. Box 424 New York N.Y. I KENT
Pontiac Firebird 400.with a V8 I 10046. Enter my name In the "4.Star" Sweepstakes. Enclosed
Engine, 330 hp, barrel carburetion, 3. are two ((2)) end panels from a carton of either KENT NEWPORT, I r.K.ARr r1( gI
speed transmission and dual exhausts. I TRUE or OLD GOLD (or two 3x5 pieces of paper with the words c'roes ,, ,
.
KENT NEWPORT TRUE or OLD GOLD printed in plain block I
'Complete with 6 sport shirts, 2 suits. 2 rrI
letters I
) certify I am 21 years of age or older.
t pair of slacks, 6 white dress shirts and I
a sport jacket. Rank Name &Serial No. I
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City State Zip I is presented by lorillard, '((\
NO PURCHASE REQUIRED I Entries must be postmarked by May 15, 1970 and received by maker of the
May 29, 1970. Employees and their families of Lorillard their I finest in filter cigarettes.PAGE .
I media, advertising and sweepstakes agencies are not eligible. No
purchase required Void where prohibited. All Federal state and
regulations apply O 1970 Lorillard.

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personnel shouldbe between the 30th day and I
aware that 10 states will be Saturday before the primary,
holding primary elections in May Kentucky by the 20th day before M
1970. the primary, Nebraska between
The states of North Carolina 90 days and the Friday before,
and Texas will be holding a Ohio between Jan. 1 and noon the
primary May 2, Alabama, Indiana third day before the primary, u
and Ohio May 5, Nebraskaand Texas between Jan. 1 and the 4th yry dw
West Virginia May 12, day before the primary and West 'Tf
Pennsylvania May 19, Oregonand Virginia between 60 days and the
Kentucky May 26. Saturday before the primary.
is in nineof
Registration required Alabama is the only state that
the states with the only exception -
registration in
requires
Ohio, which does not person
and Ohio does not require
require registration for Armed
registration at all.
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Forces'and spouses with them.
In North Carolina, Oregon and Primary information for these w
Pennsylvania voters may apply states can be obtained by writingto
anytime before the primary. In the respective County Clerksor
Alabama between the 45th day to the County Board of Elec-
and 5th day before, Indiana tions.

TO STUDY HERE .Ten foreign Navy officers will arrive at NAS Jax next week to begin three
weeks of functional training with the Supply Department.The visiting officers complete seven weeksof
training at the Navy Supply Corps School in Athens, Ga., before coming to Jax. One of the above
Drive Defensively. officers will not be able to come to Jacksonville although the rest of the class will be aboard the
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-,"'!' x"n,,.,;.""\.I'.dN:,' Navymen Again; Play Big Role'

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';\ ):' > In Apollo Moon Flight Program


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tation. (DSCS) and Tactical Satellite
SPACE CENTER ,
Short-term solar flare Communication System (TAC-
HOUSTON..When Aoollo 13
forecasts safeguard astronautsand SATCOM). In recovery of Apollo
leaves launching pad April 11,
their communications 11, the tactical satellite was usedto
it will be commanded by Navy
\.. A report of intense solar relay voice transmission from
,\ Captain James A. Lovell, Jr. systems.
radiaction can result in can the recovery area to Manned
Lovell has logged more
Capt.
of the Center in Houston.
Spacecraft
cellation of certain phases
"
< time than other man.
space any .
His command following the lunar missions. These forecastsare When Apollo 13 reenters the
made from information earth's atmosphere, it will be
of 12
aU Navy crew Apollo ,
spotlights the role of the Navy in supplied by the Naval Research traveling 20,000 miles per hour.
Enlarging the spotlight is LabortorySOLRAD 9 satellite. The Navy's Aerospace Recovery
space.the Navy helicopter carrier The satellite senses solar x-ray Facility (ARF) developed, tested
assigned to recover the emission, records it and then and qualified a system to slow the
astronauts when they splash telemeters the data to the lab's capsule down enough to survive
:; down. The USS Iwo Jima has receiving station. From there the landing. The Industrial Shops of
,iR' been named to that t mission to information goes to NASA. ARF supported all phases of the

CITED MSgt. J. R. Roberts received Air Force CommendationMedal succeed USS Hornet which was Navymen helped in the system, including building the
from Mal. Kenneth P. Tevebaugh, commander of the 79th recovery ship for the last three development of the Defense parachute test vehicle and manyof
Radar Squadron. Apollo missions. Hornet is Satellite Communication System its parts.

Airman Earns MedalJax scheduled Everybody for sees retirement.the astronauts,

and everybody sees the recovery I Club Schedules 1| I

-MSgt.J.L. Roberts of the provided in radar operations wasa ship. But everybody doesn't see
679th Radar Squadron has been significant factor in the 99.8 the thousands of Navymen in-
presented the Air Force Com- percent intercept success rate volved in less glamorous jobs in BLUEJACKETS INN form from 3 to 6 p.m. Bud Davis
mendation Medal for his achieved by his former unit, the manned space program.For Building 3,Annex and the Tunesters will be there
meritorious service a previous according to the citation accompanying instance, when launching Messenger of the Masses will Tuesday, and on Wednesday the
squadron. the medal. Apollo 13,NASA officials won't be provide tonight's musical en- chiefs club will present Bud

Roberts received the medal for Additionally, his efforts helpedthe counting down with their wat- tertainment and tomorrow Clark
performance of duty as non squadron become the most ches. The importance of Ronnie and the Soul Society will be OFFICERS CLUB
commissioned officer in chargeof outstanding unit within the precision timing requires NASA appearing from 9 to midnight.
radar operations with the 612th Fourth Air Force for two con- rely on the Naval Observatory in Enjoy the sounds of the Autoharpon The Copa Cobana Review, a
Radar Squadron at Luke Air secutive periods, the citation Washington. The observatoryuses Saturday, Monday and Spanish floor show, will be appearing -
Force Range, Ajo, Ariz., from saidRoberts atomic clocks to determine Tuesday. On Sunday evening the at the '0' Club this
July 1968 through November 1969. lives in Orange standard time for the Depart Soul Society will return to the evening. Admission will be $3.75
Park with his wife and two ment of Defense. This standard stage,and on Wednesday the club per person, and the menu will
The training and guidance he children. time is forwarded to NASA which will present the Four of Clubs.ACEYDUCEYCLUB feature the beefeaters buffet

BANKAMERICARD-AMERICAN EXPRESS*STANDARD uses it for launching, controllingand Johnny Jelinek will be appearingon
OIL.MASTERCHARGE Credit Cards Honored bringing down spacecraft.To Saturday. Sunday will featurean
jf ft ff give the astronauts sign- Easter Egg hunt at noon, anda
posts on their flights, observatory The Acey Ducey Club is special Easter buffet from 6 to 9
ROOSEVELT MAIL personnel have developed star promising a country western p.m.
charts showing the relative weekend beginning tomorrow USO
positions of the stars along the night when Mel Gaden and the
flight path. These charts are Lazy Rhythm Girls will appearon Tomorrow night will be Navy
car wash revised with every flight to stage. Don't miss Tommy 'C' League Night at the USO from 8
compensate for the changing and the Seminoles,Saturday, and to 11 p.m. The Fallen Angels will
universe. Astronauts use them in be sure and be there for the club's provide the music for the
navigation and visual orien- surprise Happy Hours. evening, and USO Junior I
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
").:;":XC' : .:. :'::_:"):e- ::. All club patrons' children Volunteers will act as hostesses.
HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM: .;.: between the ages of 1 and 12 are All March birthdays will be
:
$ PETE'S ., invited to attend the Easter egg celebrated Saturday. The free
hunt which will be feature movie
held Sunday at Saturday will be
:
HESS j 2 p.m. There will be plenty of 'Larceny' beginning at 7 p.m. Be

MOVE INTO 'The SPOILER' ,. colorful eggs for everyone, and there Tuesday to play the gameof
;:: Service Station >' admission to the event is free. your choice,and on Wednesday
night hear Al
&: &:::8:::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Albert play your
y 6215 ROOSEVELT BLVD. CPO CLUB favorite records from 8 to 11 p.m.
Mel Gaden and the Lazy
Yi Mi. North ,';. Rhythm Girls will provide '
;a MATADOR v iHlUilHIOM Of NAS Jax ;;.: country western entertainment

1':1: : 'II.1I tonight and Sunday from 8 p.m. to ROBERTS

,:'., PETE TRUDEAU ;"., midnight. The Clubs will appearon
\k" APARTMENTS $ (USN, Ret.) Dealer stage tomorrow night and

sk":;::::>:*M:;.,,::&:'..:::_:: ;.:;-::::.t- Saturday.organist Doris On Sunday Sexton afternoon will per-, BOOKKEEPINGAND

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Ends With Spring Fashion ShowThe

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World of Spring Fashion
as Navy Wives Club of
Jax 86, held the finale
the annual March membership
Old and new wives'' club
joined at the clubhouse
a cup of coffee and a mid-
snack to enjoy fashions
by Florence Nocilla,
known as 'Wendy'.
Wives Club members modeled

and fashions casual outfits ranging After from- PE) fr 1 e wr i ia'

clothing. The biggest trend
spring is to the very feminine af.n
Hemlines will stay at the
E&W, FEMININE MISTIQUE or just above. Butterfly
Navy wife, Josephine and ruffles,along with lace
n>r1'po models this lovely beige femininely popular. Beads,
dress complimented by tiny ,pearls and hats will be the A
pleats in the skirt. Long to choose for your
ii rs ie ii''
se: sato o sris Off Otllt! sleeves add mobility wardrobe. The popular 9pit
movement. In the
EI>uc nN suit has become more
'Wendy'narrates the Navy by draping a soft sash at
Club Spring Fashion Show.
waistline or add delicate rope
pearls or chains. The small
r----------sea.asn is in, along with the big
I ,, I I PHONE II Well chosen accessories will
I every outfit for the
Parade on Sunday.
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1 1240-1231 KING aT II CASUAL WEAR ..
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :322O4WANTED II Barnes wears this lovely
cotton 'lace embossed' '
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: USED.CAMERAS AND : of having a lace over -
EQUIPMENT. WE PAY Change the circle belt to a
I I pearls and add pearl
TOP DOLLAR 388.8535BRINGTIIISADWITHYOUl1 necklaces and the outfit STEP INTO SPRING this soft peach crepe, butterfly pleated
.. a patio or a hostess dress. 21)L :i : ; dress,,worn by Lottie Maxwell is complimented by a .sing le.strang
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tk.S Wives Opinions AskedWashinton

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(Family Editor) -A medical care for dependents,
Navy survey of wives' opinionswill service clubs
BY moving, housing,
BELLAIR
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BUILDERS I I N be conducted in the spring educational opportunities for

S issue of Navy Wifeline newsletterby their children, and their
Ij6 :__ the Navy Wifeline Association, husbands working conditions and
=r a volunteer group. promotional opportunities.In .
V r For the first time by any order to have a true pictureof
branch of the service, wives can wives opinions, no names will
be heard by others who care as to be signed. The Navy Wifeline
what they think about service Association will tabulate results
life, commissaries, exchanges, and make this information
... available to interested people
., who are in a position to take
/ / positive action.
/ / Navy Wifeline newsletter
/ GOOD NEWS FOR containing the questionaire can
be found in base exchanges,
hospitals, and dispensaries or by
PATIO I YOUNG SERVICEMEN writing: The Navy Wifeline
Association, Building 40,
r- jiK ;; Washington Navy Yard,
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Commission RestatesIts : .
I _

Equality PositionTo


correct any erroneous Employment Opportunity as
impression that may have been stated in the Executive Order Ir
gained from press releases of
'We do have
an on-going
February 26, 1970,
regarding the program to reach all recruitment
Administration's position of sources to attract qualified
Federal Equal Employment people of all races. We are not
Opportunity the following concerned with token ap- ] 5r?
statement was released by pointments.
Chairman Robert E. Hampton, of issued by President Nixon last I ----\ I WI c ( }
the U. S. Civic Service Commission -
August.
is furnished. r

'There is an obvious misun- 'Our policy is a departure from j Ii ,
derstanding of the Nixon Ad previous policy. We recognize the
ministration's Equal Em- need for upward mobility of the
ployment Opportunity Programin
the Federal Government that large number of minority citizens i
resulted from remarks I made in in the government at the lower
response to questions at a press levels,and are designing specific Capt. Heile (L) presented certificates to 22 drivers.
steps to help all people in lower
conference yesterday as to
whether managers there to hire are minorities.pressures on portunities grade jobs for increase advancement.their op Rework Cites 22 for Safe DrivingJax

'Also, we are making special
'I want to make clear that t there efforts to assure that we reach Twenty-two mobile Abraham L. Isham, Andrew Willie B. Young from Production
has been no lessening of the efforts men and women of all races and equipment operators at the Naval Jackson, Woodrow W. Johnson, Planning and Control Depart-
of this administration to ethnic backgrounds, some of Air Rework Facility have been John Mayhue, Willie R. McNeal, ment; Lemon A. Hall, Joseph
achieve true Equal Opportunity whom are only minimally presented safety awards by Capt. James C. Morris, .Johnnie L. Hills, David E. Holmes, Leroy
for minorities and women. represented in middle and D.H. Heile, commanding officer. Pandley, Charles J. Reed, Littles, and Sam Simms from
upper
levels of our work forces, to give These people are operators of Jos3eph N. Small, Nace N. Production Engineering
'We are strongly encouraging them opportunity for professionalcareers forklifts, budas, tractors, and Webster, Fred Williams, and Department.
agencies to work toward Equal in similar equipment and are
government. engaged in delivering materialsand
in moving aircraft and heavy
machinery through congested AsD [cv'i
passageways and shops.
WHOLES ALE PRICES TO ALL i Skill and patience enabled
i these mobile equipment
;
operators qualify for the award LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE
NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES for ten years of operating withoutan
NEW & USED TV SETS accident. Their accomplishment 3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771 3385
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES is an outstanding
record in that it a
represents
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS DANCING
cumulative total of 220 accident
AIR CONDITIONERS ,
a EVERY NIGHTCASE
free
years.
Mrs.?am. 7pm. Come In& BrowseWESCONNET
Recipients were: Chandler
FURNITURE CO Anderson from Power Plant
Division; Willie L. Bruce, eN G1J
5326 WESCONNETT at I03rcl 77l 0750 Eugene Clemons, James F.
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'Moui of' Ovo/ity/ food Blanding Boulevard
,
Easter Sunday Specials! r -- LOTS at


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Tea or Coffee I Tea or Coffee I

Lunch 11:00'til 2:00 Dinner 4:00'til 8:00

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,
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MARCH 26, 1970
10 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER
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tea"A Technicians Provide




A Training for NavyJax



Airplanes today are so technical service experts that
often taken for granted that when handle any problems from the
people bend their necks and gaze airframes to the flight controls
9
i' naIL skyward they very seldom and are coordinated at each of

realize the hundreds of electronic the three bases by a Navy
contributions made by the coordinator or team leader. In

technicians on the ground. addition they have 99 contractor
representatives from the buildersof
electronic coordination -
Providing the aircraft; mainly the A-4's
all the systemsof
between Cecil Field the A-5 at
aircraft at and A-7's at ,
and patrol
fighter Albany and the P-3 at Jackson-
Jax, Cecil Field, and NAS
ville.
E"* Albany, Ga., is the Naval The team leader for the P-3's at
d Aviation Engineering Service Jax is W01 C.G. Henson.
J\A 1 NAS
; staffed by naval
V 'i Unit (NAESU) The coordinator of the NAESU
h civilian technicians headedby
and
if
at Cecil Field is CW04
program
Lt. Bernard Hassler of Jax.
Jack Lutes and the A-7 team

As Lt. Hassler explains: 'Our leader is W01 Andy Touchon. At
purpose is to provide the elec- Albany the coordinator is W01

tronic know-how in the field or on Walt Wiederhold.
; the flight line and give all the
Builders Provide Training
assistance we can in repairing all
of aviation and
types systems
NAESU, which can draw from
equipment. nearly 500 civilians schooled in
NAESU has 44 civilians
DIALS AND METERS NAESU representative Alan Mackey is on the lob explaining antl-submarlnc technical service for the Navy,

equipment used on airplanes to a member of the ASW squadron. ." <..... '- ;;"'-'r'; ..::" -- has 1966.been Each in operation technician here since and

engineer is capable of covering
three different areas as his
specialty on an airplane and most
have at least one area in which

they arc experts. .
f Their training is provided by
,the builders and designers of the
r
_____ # 3 I planes and the companies that
tlJ } f $ S make the equipment inside them.

4 n J' d"6f a Rarely does a technician becomean
'f .1,0 expert overnight, and for this
reason screening for NAESU
technicians is stringent. Once a
man is selected to become a
technician with NAESU he enters
L4 field service work after a short
_
indoctrination period. Brush-up
$ and cross-training are continually
t In process for NAESU
n H i Civil Service while
BACK TO THE CLASSROOM NAESU representative Jerome A 4wtIct. ) personnel
Sternberg moves into the area of formal training for squadron per ; contractor personnel are updatedat
sonnel as he explains the transistor circuit theory.eBob's their company's option -
usually once a year.
The personnel working in
NAESU are selected on the basisof
Y7 Iy p !',fe AtS their background and ex

perience.Each technician holds a

> Oak Hill .V.. M. Vwek J> GS-11 or 12 job rating in Civil
Service and often are called uponto
move from place to place to
Pure Service CenterOpen
PLUG IT IN HERE Bob Reed, NAS Albany NAESU technician, provide training to squadron
watches as repairs are made on semiautomatic test equipment for theA.5C personnel.Pass.

for your convenience 6am.10 p.m. Vigilante.
on Knowledge

road service pick up & delivery FREE Buy U.S.Savings BondsCAMDEN Almost without exception the

Mechanic 01 duty American & Foreigi Cars 1 WEEK'S VACATION civilian better technicians trained and of qualifiedin NAESUare

IN A their field than most squadron
103rd & Jammes Road personnel working in the same
771 -9156 Motor Home Camper 12x60 2 Bedroom-2 Bath
Jacksonville Florida field. This enables them to
Insurance Included No Hall
provide on-the-job training or
...WITH EVERY ree'lOX20 Awning troubleshooting required of the
MOBILE HOME SOLD Shed more experienced technicians.

MARCH-APRIL & MAY. DURING APRILNo Though the training never ends,
Gas Supplied due to the continuous turnover of

Forest Inn squadron maintenance per-
Carousel sonnel, they provide the help
Navy technicians need to improve -
Carousel
BOTTLE CLUB 1436 lakeshore Blvd.| ,MOBILE HOMES the Navy's capability of
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26, 1970 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 11

E ir : maintaining its own equipment. I -
Improving the level of training .-
within the Navy is the daily goalof

)it each NAESU technician and ____. 1

: with their background and
stored-up knowledge of systemsand _
components they pass on to
the Navy technicians, through on..,.
the-job and formal training, the 1V
ultimate in knowledge availablefor 4
M
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their aircraft. Ap
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vb s c iAWER xn .7

M CHECKING IT OUT Blake Holland of NAESU assists AMD per-
'S' sonnet during the bench checking of flight controls system of the P3.

-ppi

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.x i T O] :'Si

MORE COMPONENTS.Tracy Snell works with the people that keep Tire'
the P-3's on track as he taIks over the problems concerning the Inertial! Co.
navigation equipment.


RECAPS





CALL;


WORK NEVER ENDS .. If NAESU technicians are not on the flight 771.9934
I r
line they usually are found in their offices with dozens of reports and 6324 BLANDING BLVD.
manuals to keep them up to date on the latest equipment

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,.<",J;','.. JAX NAVY FEDERAL


IT GOES RIGHT HERE Bob Cascella, NAESU technician at Cecil .' CREDIT UNION MEMBERS!I.
Field, explains let engine bearing problem.HONDA .
.

.a..NNNaN rNaaN.. YOUR QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF
4526 120th St. M

a YUKONHour .

MOTORS & CYCLES CO. Glass
4949 BLANDING BLVD. MNIN NIINMNIIIMINNINMNININNIIIINMIN
PHONE 771-8244
Cleaners I Laundry

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25 Washers5C


ri r1 Dryerss( min.) ,-
HOURS: 8:308:30Ore : :
} o f. PERCENT.PERANNUM ; .
( a ll'l'an
.\ Day ServiceJAX ; : I
.t. \\ NAS Nearest
.II Laundry
1 ',
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; tlla'

Harvey Shelley is WILL BE PAID ON
San Juan at Niblick

Phone 384.4406 Notion's Largest Firm ii MARCH 31 1970
el 1 1,1 and 3 Bedrooms ,
Garden Type Apartments with Sales Representative
Country Club Atmosphere
e Kitchens equipped with G-E
Non-Members!
e Ranges & Refrigerators TTENTION
Individual Air Conditioning and
Heating by G-E
I Drapes furnished
e Wall to Wall Carpeting ,t
Large Swimming Pool .y- JOIN NOW AND YOU'LL GET..


t > FREE Life Insuranceup


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Under New Management > SAVE by the 10th, .,*,:

Italian & American Food ..
Family Style Dining Room *4.jB EARN From the 1st"

FEATURING THE _

BEST PIZZAIN +
NAS JAX-Bldg.3f
TOWN! !! Tel 3S4 1391 I or Bate Ext:+31 4't1b'/
OPEN DAILY: Hours: M-". Fn 9:W-I:30NATTCBldg.SOl JAX FEDERALfaot
lOAM Iii MIDNIGHT Harvey Shelley
Tel *': :.!*:*!: XXon XXtM .and Fri.
' TUESDAY: Anyone needing information IOA\U.IPX\.
d. S P.M.MIDNIGHT regarding buying selling or NAS CECIL FIELD BldqN Oeetz Z u-
6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. used mobile iel! "I J.MIExf :'I I*
trading new or ..J"JMARCH 00
*
Moi'f' Uori MI
Phone Ahead For homes, contact him 'at Mobile
FAST SERVICE! Homes Brokers. 5887 Koo>evelt
387.2621 Blvd. Ph. 388-1(518.(;


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?, h.

Shoplifting

hr

Navy Exchange Security Force



Combats Losses Due To TheftJax k IU t


You are shopping in the Navy Exchange a merchandise is sliding the stolen
articles into a bag of goods which ,
payday afternoon. Customers are lined up into the aisles
have already been purchased. To ,.
W
behind every cash register waiting to purchase basketsfull deter potential offenders from

of items; and you are at the end of one of the lines, using this method, shopping bags ,

with only a single inexpensive item to pay for. are receipt stapled attached.closed Persons with seen the t4 rw k .rl

Your lunch hour is growingshort -
be "
:
carrying open bags may r
and is
your patience
check'
subjected to'Bag by one
wearing thing. The temptation to of the store detectives.
drop the item in your pocket and Shoplifters frequently put the
leave without paying for it grows
stolen articles into a purse or bag
harder to resist as the minutes and
while the clerk lookingaway,
move slowly along and the lines are highly surprised when a few
moves even slower. Your conscience
later
moments they are ap-
rebels at the thought of prenhended. The reason for thisis
stealing, but reason tells you that that plainclothes detectives,
such minor article isn't _
taking a witnessed the
posing as shoppers,
really larceny it's more like
crime either from a vantage
borrowing so you slip the itemin from
point in the department or
your pocket. And you get Ef behind one of the many two-way

caught. mirrors posted on the store walls.
Chances are you will never be Innocent shoppers should not e

involved in a situation like the .. feel annoyed or nervous because
described above. The idea of r *
one 'watched'.
they are being They "
shoplifting may be too deplorableto MIT'S exchanges security force consistsof
you or seem too risky to at specially trained, experienced
tempt. Yet 50 shoplifting offenders
detectives who can pick out the
have been apprehendedin suspicious looking customer from
the Jax Navy Exchange among the crowd and Inconspicuously
Complex this year, and this spy on his WALLET APPROACH Here our shoplifter demonstrates a
figure is expected to grow considerable movements. popular method of pilfering as he slips a seven dollar stereo tape into

before the year is Contrary to popular belief, his pocket. Exchange security official Felix A. Hacket, a former New
through. shoplifters are not 'safe' until York City detective, says the tapes have been a frequent target for
The largest percentage of I they leave the store with the local I shoplifters.

Exchange shoplifting offenders stolen item. They may be apprehended -
appears to be among the young for questioning in the
enlisted men, according to FelixA.
store itself if their behavior
Hackett, head of the
Jacksonville HIS BAG This shoplifterisn't appears suspicious. 'Straight'shoppers
Navy Exchange
However talking any chances on being may protect themselves
Security Department. ,
from such by payingfor
questioning
civilian workers seen, as he looks furtively over +
dependents, ,
articles in the departmentwhere '
his shoulder and uses the familiar
retired and 'even
military men >
often shopping bag technique to conceal they are handled insteadof k
exchange employees are
the stolen merchandise. This for example, taking a bar of
guilty. method of thieving is one of the soap into the clothing departmentwith
Shoplifting techniques'are as intentions of paying for it ( : t ba
varied the who most obvious and simple to detect
as persons employ ii
along with articles of apparel. A *
them. One of the most common due to the Exchange system of {
few extra minutes at the soap
means of pilfering exchange stapling bags and receipts.
check-out counter may save an 1 P
hour of explanation in the
i M I security room.
What are the penalities administered '
to a convicted

I shoplifter? If he is a civilian, the N NM Na Nu
We loana case is delivered to the State u
Police,and the result is usually a
25 dollar fee and loss of exchangeand a
>
commissary shopping
privileges for one year.Military
million offenders are turned in to their
commanding officer and a mastis :

held, frequently resulting in a

fine and restriction. For many S : :
dollars shoplifters, the crime is a first
offense, and the result is a police 4r
record which will hinder their
success for the rest of their lives.If R v
you are ever shopping in the
every dayWhen exchange and happen to see
someone steal an article from the
shelves, report the action to an
exchange employee. The thief
you're big enough to loan that much may already have been spottedby

every day, you're big enough to say ,"yes"to a store detective but many of

almost any money. need: So, if,you need the 'ones who got away. did so
money for car repairs, house repairs, or if because witnesses were relucentto
you want to make your leave a real vacation, get involved by reporting the

come to Aetna. incident. HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES .. Easy to conceal and light In weight,
Exchange shoplifting losses home care products are surveyed by store detectives to prevent theft.
You see, we realize that people need money result in a direct reduction in Note two way mirror in center of photo.
for many different reasons. And we like to station recreation funds, thereby

help whenever we can. So, if you need cash, affecting everyone in the

whatever the reason, stop by, or call. military.encouraging By shopping others to honestlyand do the I U.S. Savings Bonds I II

same, you can protect your exchange -

AETNAFINANCE privileges I


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3 Convenient Locations 5829 BLANDING BLVD. FRENCH FRIES

S_ / with each purchase of a .
-8006 Lem Turner Road .
Phone:768-0501 I We Also ro rro HAMBURGERS Fish Sandwich

.......... Have Trucks t 6238 103rd St, WITH THIS COUPON .D
5551 NormandBlvd.. Now thru Sunday, i

Phone: 786-0191 4 Near Blanding Mar 29, Only!
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Loans From $50 to WOO Call 772-8477 I

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JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 13


: ,,: ., 'IEI:
HOLT PUBLISHING. COMPANY I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Publisher '

Call: 388-2755 MOVIE SCHEDULES

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

NASJacksonville for publication the following Thursday. Ads

AFTERBURNER arriving too late for this deadline will be D:: ; Id! :: m DI: _

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the

' publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or
Thursday, March Sunday, March 29
money order for the full
cost of the ad must be

received WITH the copy for the ad. With The Wind' 'Sweet starring
NAS'Gone NAS Charity'
4747 San Juan
Avenue RATE
: : Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00
Jacksonville, Florida starring Clark Gable and Vivian Shirley MacLaine and Sammy
Leigh. Color Drama. General Davis Jr. Color Musical. G-E (152
Per additional line ((4 line)
words per
Audience Superior. (222 min.) Mins.)

HOSPITAL: 'Kenner' HOSPITAL: 'Secret of Santa

Cecil Field: A Stranger In Vittoria'
': ';:'.'.EMPLOYMENT,:'::;,;$r"}';!} 1951 CRIS-CRAFT CABIN CRUISER 1'=; \ Town.. CECIL FIELD; 'Gone with the

25 Ft., 2-85 HP, Twin Engines, 35 gal. ;:"';""'TRANSPORTATIONAUTOMOBILES:'" .. .. ." .'1 ....,. .' ....... ,. '. s .::::: Wind'
Fresh water tank, Galley, Head, 2
bunks, Dinnette and Canvas to Inclose Friday,27 March
main deck. $3500. cash. 2843860.or

CLERICAL SERVICE JOBS OF WIVES ALL KINDS 264-4027 and West Coast FURNISHEDEast 3533691. NAS: 'Horse in the Grey 4t (44N(.(
Jobfinders-1372 Cassat 387.5626 or 1022 Flannal Suit' starring Dean
Park Street, 3547888. HOUSEPAINTINGAnd
Jones and Diane Baker. Color

Washing. Call 772.21 71.MOBILE'HOMES 67 MUSTANGLike Comedy. Drama.G-E ((113 mins.)

MEN and WOMEN I 2620. New Reasonably priced. 384- HOSPITAL; 'Gone With the O)(

needed to sell wigs, cosmetics, & false 1 );lr :; )' : !!:::::jtj! Wind- EM
Wilhelm eyelashes.3985906.Free training, Maria >: :: <:>; THUNDERBIRD CECIL FIELD; 'Live a Little,

2 Dr. HT., Landau Loaded! ; Stereo Love a Little!'
tape, power seats&windows, PS, PB,
RIVERVIEW MOBILE HOME PARK tilt wheel, Sharp. Wholesale for quick Saturday, Z8 March
PART TIME HELP WANTED For Rent Riverfront mobile
home
sale. See at Parrlsh Motors. 356.5654, '
$2.20 an hr. Late night work or'early spaces for people who care. Quiet,
morning Will Win Janitorial Ser large shaded lots, with large patios, NAS Matinee: 'The T/ltIJ/
vice. Call 396.6420 after 4 p.m.MISCELLANEOUS. paved streets, excellent drinking Daydreamer' starring Ray

water & no mosquitoes. Free boat 1964 CHEVY Vi TON Bolger. Color Fantasy. (98 mins.)
dockage. Adults only. 12 miles So. of Pickup, 4 spd., with 327 engine, Call

ili:III:i::: .: : < :;I:;!!;!l{' NAS Ph. Jax((904)on) 2843369.Hwy. 17 at Black Green Creek.Cove 388.9832 after 5 In the evening. NAS: 'Secret of Santa Vittoria' 5forl

Springs. starring Anthony Quinn and

Virna List. Color Comedy TTiurs. Fr!. Sat. & Sun. Only
67 MUSTANGLike
Drama. M-G ((138 mins.)
DOYOUWANTTOBE Wf 12 Ie 60 New, Reasonably priced. 384- 103rd & Slandinj Center

ADISCJOCKEY? 2 BR, 1 B, Assume payments. 7714085. 2620. HOSPITAL: 'Horse in the 771-7970
For information dial 3568351. Grey Flannel Suit'

PHONE AHEAD
61 Z.21 CAMARO CECIL FIELD 'Kenner'
'''10x51 WINDSOR Red, Black Interior. In Warranty, : FOR FASTER SERVICE
Mobile Home, 2 BR., A-Cond. Like Close Ratio Transmission, Posl

GEORGE'S KENNELS New. 7711950. Traction, Special Suspension Gauges, .
">> """'""" .. .. !..__ '1 '''1' ''''LM'.t\IIt\
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickup Tachometer. $2350.388.5851. ......II:..... ..!F..LF.f..L.If.: ... !fI ...II....
and delivery Est. 1925. Poodle
MOBILE LIVINGOF JACKSONVILLEAzalea
Grooming Reasonable, 5085
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and ( Mobile Home Park) Mlle 1964 OPEL STA. WAG.
Edgewood3890064.) North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near Economy transp. for $400. Call 389-
schools and shopping center. Clean, 5234. j/uxsomu
and reasonable rates. Manager on CI
premises. Children and pets
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 389.9226. '66 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE MOTOR HOTEL
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape Conv. Full Power, Fact. Air, 44,000
players. At dealers cost to liquidate actual miles, One Owner. Good Cond.
JUSTISSTRAILER PARK II the Heart of Downtown
stock: Full warranty! Phone 7710409. $1200. Call Lt. Hand. 772.2324 or 781-
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
trailer and Apts. 3893007. 3424. WHERE THE ACTION/ ISE.f.rt.I..t



BUSINESS your own OPPORTUNITIESRun business, work your L f\\:{ {;::REAL, "::ESTATE. i i1\;::;ti FB, 327, 340 CORVETTE-W3 HP. Exc. Cond. Best '63 NitelyQUARTERDECK

own hours, up to 60 percent returns. Vette on Road. $2140 firm. 7713924.
Minimum investment $1,000 r
LOUNGE
Maximum Investment $4500 3985906. BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT FURNITUREWAREHOUSE I

2291 Hyde Park Rd. 3 BR; 2 Baths,

AUTO AIR.COND. SERVICEWe Cen. H. & A.Emily. Mehaffey, Inc. Direct from factory to you MINIMUM RATES TO SERVICE PERSONNEL
also service and repair window
and central units. Realtor MLS 355.6154 COMPARE: Quality & Price/ 901 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE PH 355-3744

Tyler's Heating & Air Cond. CASH CARRY

4711 Palmer 3885161LIVECRABSand(Lake Shore) HIDDEN WATERS sites. Can you affer" not to compare? CjDXa: ::. xCCCCaEtt: : : ;
Acres of high,dry wooded home
Permanent vacation, retirement.
Waterfront & water access. Sensible
FRESH FISH prices, low taxes, terms. Blanding
Willford's Fish Camp 264-9707. Blvd., 220-B, Rt. 220, left 209 two The BARNBARGAINS
miles. LaRue's 7253992.


WILL TRADE GALORE!

FOR SALE OR RENT
1000 lb. Reese Hitch-Arms for 700 lb. RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your The famous BARN, Florida's
oldest & largest discount house
arms. 7714019. equity or let us rent your home.
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for save you more everyday. Just a
few of the bargains are sofa
sales and rental list. Call Powellor many
map bed suits 2 piece only $69.95, two
BABYSITTING IRONING Mills, USN- Ret. 2642411.
twin beds complete $59.95, maple
done In my home. Very reasonable. ORANGE PARK REALTY bunkbeds complete $58.00, four
771.7B66.: MILITARY, FREE NOTARY piece bedroom suit (dresser,
mirror, chest, bookcase bed)
$59.95,9x12 $4.95, carpet
FOR SALE GREEN COVE SPRINGS $13.00, 1.3 off on all lazy-boy MOTNI
House, 2. air cond., recliners,double-size box spring or fOR t
15 ft. Sailboat, Scorpion Class, 75 ft. 3 BR, 2 B, Frame 'e S
Sail (Very similar to Sailfish) Color and carport, Near Grammer and High inner spring mattress $19.00, s,, ,
PH. Schools. 284-3860 or 264-4027. 10500. student desk $23.95, large selectionof
Red 8. White. New trailer. $400. .
table lamps $3.95, rollawaybeds
cash.
772- 131 or 2644240.FREIGHT I
complete $22.95, oak porch I '
swing $10.95, king size foam set ((2 n 'n1 Y a
box springs, 1 mattress) $69.95, ;
RENTALS l Iflrge selection of unfinished
SALVAGE furniture, metal cabinets and sinksat
Stereo-Radio Console, $68; Singer savings galore. BankAmericard
Zig-Zag $42; Typewriter, $22. All m ORANGE PARK or Master Charge welcome
good condition. Cash or terms. Call 2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn. Dish PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
353.1946 anytime. Will deliver. no,, washer, Carpets, Drapes. Elizabeth s tls '
Uy
tl+
obligation. Apts., 771-1405 or 771-3355 511 '
A-1 warehouse The BARNSHOP w tb R GREG
ep
1606 Main Street R .
WOULD LIKE TO SHARE
! oRE
Apartment with young woman 3 BR, H .(0
Completely furn. ,Swim. pool., Air Now Bit Locations S N
COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES Cond.' $25 a week (Bellalr Apts.) She?The BARN Nearest 0
,
396-4717 or 7211680. Call 264.4856 after 5 p.m. Ytull
Sw
#1 I WEST SIDE ;.aa'' O1, t

ORANGE PARK 641 Parkview Dr.3IM101 .
LADIES SEWING. 2 BR, Howie<< furn.,5 mins. to NAS, TV, .
And Alterations Experienced call 244- Linens, utensils optional. Will rent to Drive out West Beaver St. Park-
Reasonable. For information
5512. TAD personnel or bachelors. 264.6884. view is only 1 block east of
Edgewood & Beaver.

IMPROVE YOU FIGURE # SOUTHSIDE

With Symbra-Ette, ustom Fitted 6525 Beach Blvd. .....
bras and girdles. Also swlmwear. 772-
9359 724-1277 1150 LANE AYE. SO. PHONE 711-5511
# 3--
Want Ads Pay DOWNTOWN
,
1051 Broad St. Open Dally 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday I to 6il
2 ROOMSOF EARLY AMERICAN 355-8026
Furniture.Will sell sep. or as group.
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Medal from Capt. Wm. J. Pressler commander Fleet Air Wing 11,
shortly after ht reenlisted for two additional years of naval service.

ON THE BOTTOM LINE .. And that's lust where ET2 Harry Werner Jr. signed his four-year
i reenlistment contract as his wife Kathy and Chief Shay, leading chief of Ground Electronics Main .
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Red Darter Tactics chief signed for an additional two years and has
already served 14 years.VICE.

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AW2 E.F. CHITTICK, sensor
LOUNGE operator on VP-45's 'Lucky 13'
crew is administered the oath of
I -U- enlistment during a ceremony at AW1 J.H. ROPER sensor operator on a VP-45 ASW flight'crew/signed
IIII (FIRST DECK) NS Rota Spain. The nine-year two year reenlistment papers at the Red Darters deployment
Y IIMMI veteran signed up for an ad headquarters in Rota Spain. Witnessing the signing by the 14-year
ditional three years. veteran was Cdr. SJ. McArdle Jr. squadron XO.

.
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TRAIN AS PRIVATE DETECTIVES QUIET ATMOSPHERE
Prepare for an exciting, big paying lob, at home, In your ttnunnunrtnnttminunununnnntIDEALLY
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On graduation,you will be trained in the fundamentals and CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
qualified to fill positions as a Private Detective, Special or CLOSE CHURCHES TO SCHOOLS,
Insurance Investigator, Store, Hotel Detective and many AND
other fields. ..............SHOPPING..................II II...........
CASUAL ATTIRE High school education not necessary. Low tuition. Mr.& Mrs. Payton Watson,
8 to 12 PM For full information, write, giving name, age, phone, 771.6666 .
address, occupation; or call 3533022.
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Featuring KRAZY OTTO Past Forrest high School
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INSURANCE Homes ij i :. .

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4857 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 772-0703 JfIr ir ,
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Formerly
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Exchange



Chapels Announce Pays Its

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Holy Week Services Own WayNavy


[
Exchange personnelanswer
number of
questions
2. PROTESTANT SCHEDULE OF SERVICES (AH Saints a
Chapel)) during the course of each day.

1930 26 March 70 Maundy Thursday Communion Among the questions most
27 March frequently asked are:
1200 70 Good Friday Service
Sunrise 29 March 70 Easter Sunrise Service 'Who pays the cost of operatingthe
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((0615) Navy Exchange?
The Exchange its own
1000 29 March 70 Easter Service pays
operating expenses. It has all the
costs of operating that a civilian
HOSPITAL PROTESTANT SERVICES DONATION W. store has with the exception of
LITTLE LEAGUE Cdr. E. Miller presents AWC
1200 Beginning Monday 23 March-Friday 27 March-Services
James R. Hemrick a check for $200 to outfit the Cedar Hills Athletic rent and the pay of military

Service daily Association Tadpole League team No. 4. The money was donated by personnel assigned to ,the Ex-
-Easter
1000 29 March 70
FAETU's coffee mess fund. change. Civilian salaries are partof
the overall operating
CATHOLIC SCHEDULE OF SERVICES (St. Edwards Chapel) expense.
'Why is it that I can buy a
1930 26 March 70 The Mass of the Lord's Supper-Holy Thursday
Three Promoted at Local coffee pot for less at store X or a
1930 27'March 70 Good Friday Service and Holy Communion '
radio for less at store Y?
., 1900 28 March 70 Night Watch of the Resurrection
The is simple. Civilian
answer
1100 29 March 70 Easter Sunday Mass
Marine Air DetachmentJax stores offer 'loss leaders' to at-

tract customers, who generallybuy
HOSPITAL CATHOLIC SERVICES more than just the item 'on
1400 26 March Holy Thursday-The Mass of the Lord's Supper Capt. Charles R. Jer- Weare. Cpl. Hansen was special' when they are in the
1400 27 March Good Friday Service and Holy Communion nigan, AO Phase 3 and 5 officer at promoted for his school record store. Your Navy Exchange
f 1800 29 March Easter Sunday Mass NATTC, received the bars of his while at AE School. cannot compete with specials and
/
new rank in a promotion loss leaders. Judge the Exchangeon

a NATTC CATHOLIC SERVICE ceremony in the office of Lt. Col. Reenlistment average prices, not on special

1000 29 March 70 Easter Sunday Mass R.P. Eckmann', MAD commanding cases.
officer. Sgt. A.P. Crews, MAD Postal 'Are Navy Exchange prices

NOTE: 1. On Good Friday, All Catholics of age are obliged to MAD GySgt Henry A. Mayes, Clerk, reenlisted for six years ata higher now than they were in the
fast and abstain from all conducted by Lt. Col. '
meat at meals. ceremony 'good old days'?
Building and Grounds NCO, also
.
2. Those who attend the Night Watch of The received a promotion to his new Eckmann, who administered the Of course they are. All prices,

Resurrection need not attend Mass on the following day, Easter rank in Col. Eckmann's office. oath. everywhere, are higher now than
Sunday. they were 10 or 20 years ago or
Cpl. Marlyn L. Hansen, who Pistol Team even last year! However, no
Confessions will be heard at St. Edwards Chapel as follows: graduated as the top Marine from group of customers anywherecan
Thursday 26 March 70-1630-1700 AEA) School at NATTC with a The MAD Rifle Team took first buy merchandise at con-

Friday 27 March 70-1630-1700 93.7 per cent average, receivedthe place in last month's- Camp sistently lower prices than those
Saturday 28 March 70-1100-1200 and 1600-1700 warrant to his new rank Blanding match and added being offered by the Exchange.
Friday in the office of MAD another trophy to the already Official surveys have proved this

i Executive Officer Maj. John C. crowded trophy case. statement. Make your own

survey on average prices and you
will be happily surprised.

CARS 'What is the average markupon
goods sold in the Navy Exchange -
i retail store?' k

I CONNEU CHEVROLETUSED. $29 9 5 The average markup is 15

percent. It is lower for necessities
,.
_,_I SllQCCri.taUn.ii such as toilet articles and
uniforms accessories and higherfor

1EE THE ALL NEW CAMARO.._Vinyl Muitanj tat.I_Cyl.m.N S 1245er. luxury items MerchandiseThe such as watches.


CHEVROLET' ; 69.,VI.UM. cult- $97QCCf Z/OOl patio is becoming the
prime summer entertainmentarea
68 Ford Torino 2 and the barbecue grill is the
Dr.NdtOIrdYIICK) $
Absolutely FreeSomeone 1ul irao rx Air_ Ij3j focal point of most patios. In 1970,

MONTE CARLO 6T Cher. $17QC| watch for a big swing to
? Dr."_,va.R&K,Aut. l/Uj| decorator colors in all types of

69 Mustan&Md barbecue equipment, includingthe

Will Drive Home in a $2181I } &35Uite.4Jp.t I0sclrak I x2895 habachi.
With the in
growth popularityof
Brand New 1970 I IMPALA CNEVEIIE 66 Cher. Imp.4 covered or kettle cookers
.
Or.Sod.YIRLNIutrx
'S Aif_ $14 9 5 manufacturers are going with
Chevrolet Compliments r of = SPORT COUPE MAIIBU HARDTOP 68 Dodge Dart 4Dr porcelain, aluminum and glass

.; .Sed.I Cyl.nH,Aut.. M795S2995 covered units.
1 Edward F. Connell / $2451
1 I $2598. N 69 Camaro Z28
lutftMSpd.Trm._ ServicesIn

Chevrolet: FIIl]. #1 : 19 0 : 68 Chiv. Stj.
i, S '', 1 wag Shu.VI.IU. M795 spring, people get a new look
Aut.hc.11I_ at their surroundings and the
The winner will be selected MODELS 69 Camaro SpL items that they come into contact

by an independent panel of Y2 TON Cpi MMCjUtlTrm..,Virj II*Miliii., 2450 with each day. Allow this new
lease on life to be enjoyed by that
judges You may be the Nova .69 Olds Cutlass
$2895 old standby automobile.
Su,.CJll..1H. | your
lucky winner. Come to the DR, COUPE PICKUP 68 Pont.G.T,0, The Exchange Service Station is
showroom or Service Dept. Cpi.KMnt.Fic.U, '24501M495 offering a complete tune-up to get
:: for details. Ask for $2191 $2197 Stw.tlrikK_ the car in top shape for all those
66 Pont. 6.T.O. extra miles that will be added
LEONARD HERB RON GREEN. CowCpeVMlMSpthr.ait. this summer and
spring.
SERVICE MG SALES MG STATIONr ._?. ,,,LJ
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JACK CLARK JIM WHITE 67 Ford Cili.5 JO I
WAGON lr.Mtip.VI.HUit.fat CLIPPER'VERLINE
1795'S1450
ASST SEHV MGH.USEDCAM3| .to66DodjiMoMci4_.
T-CRAFT
AL WHEELER JIMSHELTONIOOY $2571 .
: .HOPMC* ASS1 SALES MG* Dr.SId.UN,AlLr ac.AI MERCRUISER

JIMMY BECTON 65 Pont.;or.w* $945HOURS STERN DRIVES
SEHVICE ADVISO* I II VIMIII_
69 Dod .: MERCURY
apt c
IP WJ?AKK SOLD OLT OF ANY OF THE AUTO and TRUCK LEASING rst//oN Mil.Fie.Air. OUTBOARDS

4 ABOVE ronYOUATTRESAMEPRICE CARS-WE WILL ORDER ONE II FINEST AVAILABLE Call: CHARLES ROBERTS I Nit.Stnr._t MK, lit, $2850 :t;:];,Btt1J fftt[?

64 Corvitto Con.Cpe.hd,321.CSI.AIr. EXPERT Ft
A FEW 69 CHEVROLEIS LEFT-MAKE US AN OFFER RATES 7252080COHHfLl $2195 REPAIR J I:m
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'li<1st'a collars, scalp, cowl 'pfPJ
'CH GIRLS' FASHION jewel nriks1!
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w r POLOS2S1 Hastuizfd waist skirts1Jackets 66
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Navy Seeks ApplicantsFor

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Nursing ProgramThe


Navy Enlisted Nursing Applicants who meet the above
e i er Education Program (NENEP) listed prerequisites will appear
will be looking for eligible can- before an interview board of
R didates beginning July 1. three officers who will recom-
If you are a petty officer in the mend them on the basis of their
Hospital Corps and are interestedin qualifications and motivation.
t) i attaining a baccalaureate They will also receive a
degree in medicine and a com- character interview from their
mission as a Nurse Corps officerin commanding officers.
the Naval Reserve, NENEP Once accepted into the
may be your key to success. program, NENEP candidates
To qualify for admission into receive a 'convenience of the
the program, you must be a U.S. government' discharge, and are
citizen not over 24 years of age reenlisted for six years in the
lOt with a minimum GCT-ARI score same paygrade. They are then
t of 118. Male applicants may be directed to a specified school of
married with dependents. But medicine where they will attend
women must be single upon regular academic and summer
entering the program and haveno sessions for a period not to exceed -
dependents below the age of four years.
., 18. Only active duty personnelmay NENEP candidates receive the
apply. same basic pay and allowances
Candidates' service records during their schooling as they
must reveal no disciplinaryaction regularly would for their
NAVY HONORS HOSPITAL CHIEFS- HMCM Walter Kelczewksl (I.) and HMC Frank P. Jocola (r.) for two years. A high paygrade. The four years is
were presented Navy Commendation Medals at a formal ceremony and inspection held at the Naval school diploma is mandatory for counted as a normal tour of shore
Hospital. Both men received their medals as a result of their outstanding service to duty while all applicants, and high school duty.
stationed in Vietnam. Pinning on their medals is Capt. C.W. Lewis Jr., commanding officer of the grade averages may be no lower Upon completion of the
hospital. than B.I program, NENEP graduates are
awarded a baccalaureate degreein
: medicine, and are appointed to
the rank of ensign in the Naval
? Reserve Nurse Corps.
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by dialing ext. 2596 or visit its
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r/ want. the more you do, the more money you save. during an awards ceremony

y y? conducted by Maj.j J.F. Lavin,
Marine Barracks commandingcfficer.
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First Lieutenant Jeffrey T.
Ronald received South Vietnam's

.. AW A"Y" Cross of Gallantry for his effortsin
9. ,.r.,:S6k">bo'' v"'wt"aw". }...,.,' ,,tf leading a platoon of leather-
necks fighting off an attack by
: enemy forces while in Vietnamlast

, < .. August. Although wounded
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a A r ( [Pi"f'1'1' P with
t i wmifcj showing calm while
L directing his men in repelling the
I m attack, according to the citation
F accompanying the medal.
Cpl. Joesph Giles was awardedthe
>sts i .. Navy Achievement Medal for
/r' tw. > r'' !, .:isk,; ';>;;; : rp n.,.... .... .,.,........o.y.. ; .,".,: s :, ;!\ his performance of duties while
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NM batallian ii) Vietnam from
The 4-bedroom COLUMBIAINSTANT December 1967 through August of
UY.11 last year.

8 '. A Navy Commendation Medal
I went to LCpl. Thomas Dane for

his actions in entering a flaming
amphibian tractor and puttingout
, a fire. He was cited for
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BOOKS REVIEWED: This books tells! ]in engrossing not that at all. Its primary pur-
detail the story of man's con- pose is to investigate the actions
WILDLIFE IN DANGER by tinuing struggle with the and motives of man-killers and
James Fisher, Noel Simon & predatory animals of the world, man-eaters and to set the record
Jack Vincent. Viking, 1969. and the amazing number of straight regarding some species
Dr. Merritt humans destroyed each year by that have been maligned by
MAN IS THE PREY, by James these animals in spite of man's fiction writers and through ,lack .
Naval Aviator Becomes Clarke. Stein & Day, 1969 arsenal of sophisticated of understanding.
weaponry. He makes it clear how Advanced and sophisticatedthough
REVIEWER: Mary DeLoach, defenseless a man really is man is, he is still a
A Navy PsychiatristJax NAS Librarian without his weapons. vulnerable animal. Without a gun
Homo sapiens has managed to he is no match for predators of
Wildlife in Danger a recent, survive and increase onlybecause the meanest intelligence, tor he
fields of aviation and transferred to NAS Hutchison
,
important contribution to our of his superior in- has neither fangs nor claws,
where he received hisaviator's
Kan.
totally
psychiatry may seem growing awareness that time is telligence and his astounding tough hide nor fleetness foot. It
unrelated to outside observers
wings and was trainedin running out for many forms of capacity for reproduction.Evenwith might have been this inequalitythat
but to LCdr. ThomasB.
according navigation techniques.In life on earth.It his weapons, man loses drove him to become so
Merritt (MC), they are 1958 he received orders to is an authoritative reference hundreds of thousands of his obsessed with weapons that todayhe
similiar in that situations which
BR-22, a transport squadron book that gives encyclopedic numbers every year to inferior has emerged as the second
occur in both are varied and based at Norfolk, Va. During the information about mammals, species. The author takes the greatest destroyer of human life

unpredictable.LCdr. two years he was with BR-22, birds, and other animals and reader all over the world as he in the animal kingdom.The .
Merritt speaks as an LCdr. Merritt served as an plants of the world that are recounts hair raising stories last chapter in the book
experienced veteran of both aviator, and attended overseas threatened with extinction. about the world's man-killers and deals with the sad commentarythat
fields, since in 10 years of naval deployments in Morocco and of the book with
Based on the files In- man-eaters.The begins man himself is the most
service he has served as an Naples.In ternational Union for the Con- this statement: habitual man-killer among the
aviator, navigator, medical of- and Natural is written in the has
servation of Nature 'This book mammals, and he a long
ficer and, currently, as chief of 1960 LCdr. Merritt, then a Resources, it gives objective, belief that people like to know history of cannibalism
lieutenant (junior grade), was
the neuro psychiatric clinic at
unsentimentalized information what is eating them. It
precisely
the Naval Hospital here. discharged from active duty. He about the more important living records briefly some of the epic IT'S YOUR COUNTRY..,
Originally from Americus, Ga. enrolled at the Georgia Medical .
,
.
things whose survival on our and stirring duels between man r : 'f
LCdr. Merritt prepared for a College in Augusta and receivedhis planet is endangered by the and his natural enemies. It also I. : !I
medical degree in June 1964.
Navy career by participating in encroachment of civilization and attempts to put them in their ..\.:'
NROTC at Auburn University in Upon completing his education, its destructive processes.It biological perspective. WIlY .
Alabama. In 1956 he graduatedwith Dr. Merritt re-entered the Navyas is a big book covering the 'I would be disappointed if it ,
a bachelor of science degreein 'a' lieutenant in the' Medical whole field of animals and birds, were taken to be an indictment of ..._.. IT UP,
pre-professional science, and Corps. From 1964 to 1965 he in- from the tiger and whoopingcrane the world of wild animals. It is ----.,.. '.

in June of that year he was terned at the Naval Hospital in to the blue whale the ---,L______________ \Jf1 J(!
commissioned as an ensign of the Portsmouth, Va., and from there largest animal even known and ...
line in the Regular Navy. he went to the naval base in the polar bear; from the square-
His knowledge of basic Bermuda where he served as lipped rhinoceros and monkey The Talk of the Town

medicine was untapped duringthe general medical officer until eating eagle to the noisy scrub
first segment of his naval September 1966. bird, the puaiohi, and the oo. It
career. After attending flight His next assignment was at the also includes discussions of
,school at NAS Pensacola, he was, Bethesda Naval Hospital in threatened species of reptiles,

Maryland. There he was a amphibians, fishes, and plants.
resident doctor in the neuro- Many color illustrations and
psychiatric division until Sep- black white drawings enhancethe
tember of last year when he was vivid impression of these rare
transferred to Jacksonville.Dr. animals and plants.For everyone

.Merritt's finds his job at the concerned about conservation
NP Clinic here as a challengingone problems and those who believe
MOTORSPLENTY which provides a true test of mankind is enriched by his t

his talents. However, he has natural environment, this ;
beautiful authentic book will
found it to be an interesting ex- ,
perience, and plans to continue provide many hours of thoughtful

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Academy Coach Rates Ball Club



As Good Bet to Win ConferenceJax



The Middies baseball belong to the Eastern In. Fletcher and Paul Longinotti.Both .
team from Annapolis arrived in ternational Baseball League were used only sparingly
town last week to battle teams which is made up of the Ivy last year although they did get in
participating in the Dolphin League schools as well as Army enough innings to earn a letter.

Classic hosted, by Jacksonville and Penn. The highlight the season, as
University.The The top hitters back from last far as the Middies are concerned,
Midshipman, who have year's team are second baseman will be a game at Annapolis May
} been practicing since the start of Scott Semko and left-fielder 4 against the Baltimore Orioles.
school last fall, have had only one Denny Losh. Semko led the teamin Incidentally, following the

chance to practice outdoors this hitting in the 1969 campaignwith opening win against Tennessee,
spring before arriving in Florida. a .320 average while Losh hit the Academy ran into a barrageof
That was an abbreviated live- at a .317 clip.Expected hits and runs as JU trounced
inning game that was called to shoulder most of them 15-3 in the second game of
bQ Q .Iw @ because snow started falling. the mound duty will be Pat the doubleheader.cti&twctimlu.
In their first outing on Brest
Field at JU Friday the Annapolis
boys pulled out a 6-5 win over the

University of Tennessee and
following the game head coach
'.t Joe Duff took a few minutes to
talk about the outlook for the
COACH AND TOP SLUGGERS. Head coach Joe Duff (center) gives r. /)/) t (
pre game instructions to top hitters Scott Semko (left) and Denny coming season.
..
Losh before game with Jacksonville University Friday at JU. 'We're looking forward to
getting our conference schedule
started because we have an
Sports News at JaxJax experienced club back and with

the exception of pitching we
should be strong in every
-The NAS Track and Field units that plan to participate in position,' Duff related.
Meet scheduled for March 31 has the Intramural Softball programare

been postponed until Tuesday, asked to attend an 'Our two leading hitters from adkPYl 7ji9 "rJK'tOC'CQO.K7 m Y.t:: :iw'wa:: :;::>:f:;:;::: .:::::':;::VY'r1::;{::.:.:.:;:':':';';':':'.':(':' :",:':'n'C; :"':':*'
April 28. This change will allow organizational meeting April 1 at last year's team are back to giveus
participants in the intramural 9:30: a m. in the Athletic Office, a solid basis to start from and I .
basketball playoffs enough timeto Bldg. think the rest of the team will m'rnU r \II j3 ;! .
get into shape for the meet as 3.Jax Bowling Team pick it up and we have a good ::: W

well as officials time to preparethe Bowlers at the Jax Complexthat chance to win the conference I Ij
track. maintain a 180 average in an added. I 2 and 3 BEDROOM FAMILYAPARTMENTS
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additional information 11:30: a.m. Coach Frank
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