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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: April 2, 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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Navy Pilots Sink Sitting/ ; Duck' Off Florida Coast Jj

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JAX .. As dawn broke serving in the South Pacific. '{

over North Florida But at 6 p.m., right on schedule, '4
Friday ground crews of 67 LCdr Jim Hamilton of VA-37 and 't
fighters were busily LCdr,Bob Kelly of VA-105, ended j
the of faithful .
many years service -,
engaged In readying of the Eaton and sent her to the ,
aircraft with fuel and T bottom of the Atlantic with direct
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ordnance as pilots were : hits from Bullpup missiles.

being given their final RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth <-
briefing about their target. Jr., commander Fleet Air "
PKY liBRARY
Jacksonville, was over target >
Adrift at sea, 100 miles off the t:\1 most of the day as he piloted a '*]

coast from Mayport, was' the .,. "t o t ELA, HISTOR TA-4F from VA-45, and observed :}|

target, a veteran of many air '"I, the training that 'Sitting Duck (
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attacks. ..'l! III' provided for ground and |
The U.S. Navy destroyerEaton f flight crews. \
now stripped of any
equipment of value and crewless, Besides providing a floating N
would be sacrificed under the target for the pilots, it enabled <
barrage of rockets, bombs and ordnance loading teams at Cecil \
cannon fire, as six Cecil Field Field to perform duties similar to \
attack squadrons zeroed-in to those experienced by crews on

their cards.At carriers in Vietnam.The .
drop calling
The USS Eaton on final'mission'off Florida coast
9 a.m., right on schedule, the final evaluation of the
first A-7 Corsairs rolled In over their punches by dropping 500 Eaton was ever under attack The Eaton, along with downinga entire day's mission was one of \
the Eaton and placed napalm pound bombs and firing Bullpupand from the air, as 12 Japanese dozen of the Imperial Navy's success to all concerned and the "
across her decks. They followed Walleye air to surface pilots during World War II found Zeros, was also credited with Eaton, her guns silenced forevernow
with 20mm cannon fire and as the missiles. out. Her guns fired with deadly sinking an enemy submarine and closed out a colorful historyof
day progressed they Increased This wasn't the first time the accuracy! winning 12 battle stars while service to the Navy

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militant (lopurtrm-nl. The uppouruni of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or servlies advertised. ,
Washington The Solons on VOL. 28 NO. 2 U. S. NAVAL AIR/ STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APR I IL 2, 1970
Capitol Hill broke a five month
deadlock and with
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new veterans' education benefits ;, "
including raising the GI Bill '. 1 4', Test Results

allowances by nearly 35 per cent ,. J' t.1' "' ..1. '

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Highlights of the 34.6 per cent BBSS ? dilll4itThF 1% ''ji'!'.\.1 ,i f f,'& Due at Jax
hike in the GI Bill, provided of ri, : '''; t ('t.
course it is signed by President t J,... ," 5 [Jjt\,.: :
Nixon, will raise rates for ser- ; t ..., 1\1 !'J 1 'f..i, .
vicemen and single veterans : \' t' :r.4 .ffj/i: NextWeek

from $130 to $175 monthly; for ... l'.
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r veterans with one dependentfrom .r-tjI""i""" ', r""M" <..1'I i. ""1 ....

$155 to $205 a month; for '" 4.. ...." n... ;G. Jax The Education Services \,

veterans with two dependentsfrom ,.., '..,".".' ... Office at NAS is gearing itself for
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$175 to $230 monthly. The .w:1 't' the arrival next week of results
legislation provides an additional I from the February enlisted
$13 monthly for each additional 1l' ;
.. exams.
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dependent, $3 more per child thanis !+'\ N..fltiJ... :. ( The ESO reported that 560
now paid. .:,:1- t ;l
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It will also of .
; permit payment .<
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d. Great Lakes indicated that '
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hours of weekly study. Payment 'f '"
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will be made only to those ; "110'. .. ,,'.' Broken down by pay grades
: veterans attending a college I. '". ,; 2,396 will become new chiefs,
which considers a 12 hour ... 6,630 will be ,first class, 18,377
M program as a fulltime course of move to second class and 29,346

study.It ', J.,.": will sew on a crow for the first
will increase fulltime ':. ;; : ;'(';, time as third class petty officers.
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vocational rehabilitation training "' 'r'l '
'.. rates from $110 to $135 a month .-:"; rfi; '.. Personnel planners are now
disabled determining how many will be
for single service -
veterans; from $150 to $181 a At Cecil Field SundayThousands promoted each month and hope to
month for disabled veterans with come up with firm answers by
and from $175 to this week. Indications are that
one dependent
$210 a month; for disabled of Jacksonville area Sunday at 2 p.m. Cecil Field has also promotions in May and June will

( veterans with two dependents. residents are expected to attend the announced, it will hold an open house with include sizeable numbers for

.: The new,, bill will increase aerial demonstration by the Navy's aircraft going on display to the public at third and second class, but not
to the higher grades.
fulltime allowances for orphans, many pay
famed Blue Angels at NAS Cecil Field noon.
widows and wives.


I : Patrol Squadron 16 Gets New Top Eagle in Ceremony Today I


Jax .- Patrol Squadron From Bellingham, Wash., the from Western Washington State 1969. graduate of the Air Commandand
16 will get a new top Eaglein new VP-16 skipper graduated College in 1952 and earned his Commander Schulze is a 1965 Staff College, Maxwell AFB,
commission at Newport R I. Ala., and holds a mater of science
11 o'clock ceremoniesthis
later that year.Following degree from George Washington
morning when Cdr. a tour of duty in- University.
Ernest R. Nordtvedt virginia, the commander com- The outgoing commander
relieves Cdr. Robert H. pleted flight training and was 4 joined the squadron at Rota,
Schulze at the patrol plane .r designated a naval aviator in the Spain in January 1968 and
S 4 ; spring of 1955. r became the executive officer the
I complex. 7r After completing a tour of _. following April. He assumed
a Cdr. Schulze, who has com- flying duty with a West Coast command of the Eagles on April
manded the squadron for the past patrol squadron, Cdr. Nor'dtvedt 30 of last year.
year is under orders to report to became a NROTC instructor and Under Cdr. Schulze's leader-
:, the attack aircraft carrier USS Purdue University where he also ship the Eagles were awarded the
John Kennedy as navigator. earned a master degree io Fleet Air Wing 11 Battle Efficiency -
Guest speaker for the change of science. 'E'. The squadron has
f I'' command will be Capt. W. J. In late 1962 he returned to just returned from Operation .
Pressler, commander Fleet Air irJ r patrol squadron duty with VP22at Springboard in Puerto Rico.
Wing 11, RAdm. Lawrence ? Barbers Point Hawaii.
Heyworth, Jr., commander Fleet Following other duty assign Cdr. J. F. Wetzel has been
Air Jacksonville, is also expectedto ments, the commander became named the squadron's new
attend the ceremony. Cdr. Nordtvedt VP-16's executive officer in April Cdr. Schulze executive officer.F .

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nation was founded on the principle that the individual has Infinite -
dignity and worth. The Department of Defense must always been a SUNDAY MASS 9&lla.m.

guided by this principle. In all that we do, we must show respect for DAILY MASS 11:30a.m.:
the serviceman and civilian employee as a person, recognizing his 'Confessions will be heard
individual needs, aspirations and capabilities.The Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and from

defense of the nation requires a well-trained force, military and ) 5 to 5:45: p.m.!
civilian, regular and reserve. To provide such a force we must increase -
the attractiveness of a career in Defense so that the serviceman Naval HospitalSUNDAY
andcivilianemployeewill feel the highest pride in himself and ;
his work, in the uniform and the military profession. //ji4; MASS 8a.m.
The attainment of these goals requires that we strive to contribute to

the improvement of our society, including its disadvantaged mem- NATTC
bers, by greater utilization of our human and physical resources, GRADUATING CLASS-.The Navy Relief Training Class graduated
while maintaining full effectiveness in the performance of our during ceremonies at the 'Gator Den which was presided over by Capt.H. SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
primary mission. O. Cutler, NAS C. 0. Graduates of the Training Class from NAS and Bldg. 500

The Defense Department's formal project to accomplish this is its Cecil Field are: Margaret Anderson, Cynthia Barnes, Carole Basford,
Domestic Action Program which is designed to link the Defense Jan Casimes, Ina Duplechin, Rose Finn, Darla Finney, Annie Fetzer, PROTESTANTNaval
Department's vast resources with those of other government Noel Fort, Marilyn Gibbons, Jane Heile, Caroline Hinman, Karen
Jessee, Edith Lambert, Lyndall Larsen, Kristine LeFevre, Gene
agencies and private institutions to overcome some of the serious
Lewis, Gloria McNeely, Mae Salisbury, Elizabeth Scott, Gwen Sharp, HospitalSUNDAY
domestic problems which face the nation.
Helen Sizemore, Barbara Taylor, Sylvia Thomas, Marilyn Weber,
WORSHIP SER VICES
The impetus for the Domestic Action Program is provided from the
Marilyn Wuebler, and Mary York.
Pentagon through the Domestic Action Councilbut it is theinitiativeof 10 a.m.
individuals at military installations which is crucially important to the

program's success., Naval Air Station
For some time now, military installations in the United States have

been given tt.'green light' to use their manpower and resources in Jt&JWlBreakfast Sunday
improvement of ghetto areas and in other community projects.But Church School 9 a.m.
domestic action programs do not begin just because the 'go' Junior Church 10 a.m.
sign has been given. As a part of the command's community relations Divine Worship Service 10a.m.

program, new domestic action programs must be started as the need Bldg.750
for them arises.In Episcopal Communion 8:30: a.m.
striving to contribute to improving our society, the key to successis Friday,April 3 Bldg. 750

initiative and a strong sense of purpose.We Dinner Supper
all have a share in this country's welfare. Learn what your baseis Hot Oatmeal Oyster Stew Beef Rice Soup Junior Youth Fellowship 5p.m.
Eggs to Order Baked Meat Loaf
Creole
Shrimp
doing in Domestic Action and see where you can lend a helping French Toast Chicken Fricassee Brown Gravy Bldg. 722
hand. Hot Baked Beans Tossed Green Rice Mashed Potatoes
Deep Fried Fish Portions Buttered Wax Beans Baked Corn and TuesdaySenior

All Give ThanksBy Cake Doughnuts Strawberry Cream Pie Tomatoes Peach Meringue Choir Bldg.Rehearsal 750 5 p.m.

Saturday,April 4
ThursdayChristian

LCdr George M. Sheldon CHC Early Breakfast Brunch Supper Science Service 8 p.m.
Hot Grits Chicken Gumbo Souo Onion Soup
Eggs to Order HAMBURGERS Grilled Beef Steak
At its best life Is often difficult and frustrating, and yet Hot Cakes or Cheesburgers Mushroom Gravy NATTCDivine

we find that Scripture enjoins us to give thanks for all Grilled Ham Slices Shoestring Potatoes Baked Potatoes Worship 12
Raisin Rolls Simmered Kidney Beans Creamed Peas and p.m.
things. Why should we be thankful when things happento Buttered Brussels Sprouts Carrots Bldg.500

us that make life difficult and hurting? Particularly, Vanilla Cherry Sauce Pudding Topping |Ice White Cake Evening Worship 6 p.m.

why should we be thankful when other people do things Bldg.500

that hinder or harm us? Sunday Aprils :
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At times like these It Is so much easier to curse than It Early Breakfast Brunch Supper
Hot Farina
Pepper Pot Soup Cream of Tomato
Is to give thanks, but at the same time It Is so much more Eggs to Order Baked Chicken and Noodles Soup TrafficViolations

destructive of our being whole human beings. No one Minute Home Fried Steak Potatoes Seasoned Hot Dinner Lima Rolls Beans Brown Breaded Gravy Veal

has ever promised that our lives would be all easy and Apple Coffee Cake Cherry Pie Mashed Potatoes

comfortable. What we have been given Is the ability to Bread Dressing
Seasoned Green
face reality and to overcome obstacles. If we go all our Beans i

lives without ever having to face any difficulty, then Ice Cream CupsMonday

when a large problem arises, we will be all too liable to ,April 6 The following is a report of

give up or quit. We are a part of all that we meet. Whenwe Breakfast Dinner Supper I motor vehicle accidents and
Hot Grits Mulligatawny Soup Vegetable I traffic violations for the period
meet troubles, we have the chance to grow and to Soup
Eggs to Oder Spaghetti
with Meat Balls Oven Fried Chicken ]March 17 23.
become whole We only Cream Corned Beef Pizza Pie
stronger, more people. can grow Cream Chicken Number of Accidents
Home Fried Potatoes
when face the andstrlve them. Cuban Sticks Gravy
we problems against Cinnamon Rolls O'Brien Summer Squash Mashed Potatoes
Further the prized virtues of compassion and mercyare Buttered Broccoli Buttered Brussels This week 5

the privilege of those who are strong. A person who Chocolate Devil's Food Fudge Cake Icing Sprouts Total accidents this year through

has never faced adversity does not know how to sym Coconut Bread ]March 23, 74
Pudding J Number of accidents through
pathize with another person who Is facing his own Apricot Sauce ]March 1969 78

trouble. Let us then give thanks to God for the whole of Tuesday. April? Total number of days since last

life, the bad as well as the good. It is In this way that we Breakfast Dinner Supper I injury in a motor vehicle accident -

can grow towards that perfection that Is demanded of Hot Oatmeal Cream of Potato Soup Split Pea Soup C 16
Eggs to OrderPineapple Grilled Ham Steaks Beef and Pork
us. Hot Cakes Raisin Sauce
Chop
Suey
Grilled Luncheon Meat Glazed Sweet Potatoes
Praline .RollsBreakfast Boiled Pinto Beans Fried I RiceChinese
Number of Violations
Green Peas and Onions Fried
Fruit Gelatin Cabbage
Whipped Topping Chow Mein Noodles This week 45
JTAX AIR NEWS Buttered AsparagusTips Speeding; 13

Iced Hermits J Reckless Driving 0
(Going:: through stop sign 2
Wednesday,April I (Other violations 30
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Dinner Supper
Hot Corn Meal Mush Chicken Rice Soup Beef
Noodle Twenty-five drivers
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Eggs to Order Ginger Pot Roast Chili Hot Dogs Soup t before appeared
the
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS French Toast Natural Gravy French Fried Traffic Hearing Board
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Broiled Bacon Slices Southern Style Greens Potatoes MI March 26. Disposition of the
Raised Doughnuts LyonnaiseCarrotsBanana ases: included
Jacksonville by 11:00.noon on Monday before publication. News CakeBananaButter Buttered Fresh the following:
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Mixed Eleven lost
Vegetables driving and parking
items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 772-JJJ8 or Cream Icing Apple
Pie
3119. I privileges aboard station for
Thursday April ,various periods; 13 were

. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Breakfast Dinner SupperCreole assigned to complete an eight
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concerning such should be directed to: Hot Farina New England Clam Chowder Soup lour course in remedial driving;
Eggs to Order Shrimp Curry Submarine J 11 received suspensions; 5 were
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Griddle Cakes Steam Rice Sandwiches given warnings; 3 were
4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Baked Sausage Patties Baked Chicken and Rice Hot Potato Soup lismissed 6
Sugar Rolls Buttered Broccoli Spears ; were fined (U.S.
Telephone 388.2755 Curry Condiments of Spanish' Style (Commissioner; and 3 were
Chopped, Bacon, Diced Egg Lima Beans referred: to commanding officers
Toasted Coconut, Minced Cherry Cake for
VOL. 28 NO. 2 APRIL 2, 1970 Cherries, Pepper Rings Puddingand possible disciplinary action.
Chutney Sauce
Seventeen drivers were
Assessed 37 traffic points.

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FLEET DISCOUNT TO New Uniform emulations. OutThe I

NAVY PERSONNEL Uniform
U S. Navy uniform of other services.
ALL MZt! Manual has been
Regulations The Personnel Office, building
We loana RECAPS replaced by a new edition. The
955, have a copy of the new
$8.88 new 1969 version does not make Uniform Regulations availablefor
changes to the wearing of the
any
plus tax Ik exchange individuals to look at.
naval uniform, but it is easier to
million SHOCKS read and has many new charts to
$535 illustrate the wearing of each DOMINICK'SZZA
plus labor prescribed uniform.In .
3887371Cassat addition this edition containsa
dollars 2 Ave chart showing the equivilent !r-!

Under New ManagementItalian
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Family Style Dining Room

every dayWhen BRAKE LINING. FEATURING THE

BEST
ALL CARSAiUm.Aij. PIZZAIN
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a Slif My HiMr 13" TOWN!! !
you're big enough to loan that much Guer.nl..d OPEN DAILY:
every day, you're big enough to say "yes"to 30.000 MdaLifetime 10 AMtil MIDNIGHT
almost any money need. So, if you need Guaranteed TUESDAY:
money for car repairs, house repairs, or if S P.M.til MIDNIGHT
you want to make your leave a real vacation, HOCKS BALL 6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
23 Phone Ahead For
come to Aetna.
95 JOINTS CAM ILL FAST SERVICE!
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You see, we realize that people need money I Includes 5INSTANT Including Pens t iib.r 387-2621
for many different reasons. And we like to installation ALL SIZE I2,000Md.Gv.r.nl..
help whenever we can. So, if you need cash,
whatever the reason, stop by, or call. CREDITNO FULL CAPS

DOWN PAYMENT WHITIWAUS ADO$1.00III"U"ic.J 888 r1 (l
LONG TERMS
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Supply EmployeesEarn '

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Recognition. ,,




Jax. A twenty-year pin and a warning reports during the

letter of appreciation were hurricane season. Forrest Mills FredericksonL Hutcherson',
the awards to ,
among presented
John L. Grice was recognized l L '
Supply Department employees for his series of articles on
during a ceremony last week.
military men moving household
The of service award
length goods after receiving orders. The
went to George H. Kenerly, who t
series was carried in the Jax Air
has worked aboard the air stationfor '
News. tI
over 13 years following nearly A $40 check was given to I
seven years of active duty with Weldon G. Johnson of the Car I
the Navy in for his (
penter Shop Bldg. 110 I
Wilbur N. Wilkinson of the idea to build a portable roller bed

department's traffic branch for use with a table saw. His idea It.t.
received the appreciation letter eliminated the need for two men .o.lwrlght.. Moore
from the Fleet Air Jax assistant
to operate the saw and saves the
chief of staff (Supply for his
Navy $805 a year. a
efforts in coordinating the James Hutcherson was

transportation of cargo from honored for -his suggestion of
aircraft carriers arriving at using available data documents

Mayport to the home station of rather than to try to use copies of
embarked air wings.'Wilkinson's the documents.

amiable and John Austin's recommendationto

congenial attitude resulted in a use taller ladders for materialand
smooth operation during a hectic
earned
inventory personnel a
sequence of events,' the letter suggestion award. Prior to his A Wilkinson r; giuferton Kener1yj ali

stated. recommendation, personnel had

Rt'lienda I Suggestions been using ladders too short to.
work safely while conducting

inventory on the higher shelves.

Mrs.. Alice S. Boatwright was Two Supply Men, Ray Forrest
cited for her suggestion to utilize and Claude Raulerson, received

the Supply Department's in- sustained superior performance
tercom-Muzak system for awards from Capt. E.A. Grin-

broadcasting news and weather stead, Supply officer. o
reports during the noon period. Quality step increases went to

The news will not be broadcast Gilbert E, Moore, John M. 1111 AI 1 '
daily, only when there is news of Fredrickson, John L. Grice and
great importance or weather James W. Mills.

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,, Model C-2
O Don't lust peek)Open wide your
< + { i4' You're not
,? Y. eyas dreaming a
.
--- --- i I huge 19 foot
f family room Is a
I ) dream come true In this Bellair
TRANSMARTTRANSMISSION f Vt / beauty Separate dining room 3
c j 'd Bedrooms 2 Baths our family
( + home Is fantastically low In price.
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TRANSMISSION/ / TO TRANSMART


':,\ -,=111 FREE TOW IN 41 Model>6

Bellair's C 6 is lust unbelievable;
PICKUP I DELIVERY
r'YFREE r 4 Bedrooms Family Room,
:j. Living Room,
Dining/ Room
Y r ALL GENERAL REPAIRSCALL ay'' Kitchen, 2 Baths and a I large
Utility Room Eleven rooms of
FOR SERVICE NEAREST YOU. unmatched styling and economy.
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DAY 398.1914 NITE 733-4789 '


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WOFYOURllFflSA1E'o l I ModelC-8 A central entrance foyer
NOW separates the living and quiet,
areas of C-8. You'll find 3
ka ;, ; bedrooms, 2 baths and many
// C 4i RS k roomy closets plus a free
separate dining room. Why not
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t Include a f family room fireplace
1 (optional) in your plans'!
69 TOYOTA CORONA 'I'
4 DOOR DEMONSTRATOR ..............._........_.........._"................ 2150 'VV\tst .
63 PONTIAC CATAUNA 4
2 DR,H T.-A1 P.S-.P.B.-RiH......._..".........."..-.."...."........_ 684 : : .

63 4DR DODGE.SED.AT DART.R&H-23,273 MILES..__.............m............................895 I INTEREST RATES -FT., ..

68 TOYOTA CORONA ., ..
AT-R&H. ..... v............."............._.................................$1 595 MAY NEVER BE LOWER! -

67 DATSUN REAL CLEAN RtK STATION. .. ....-WAGON. .. _......._........................M095 Model C>1 10
Add It all up and you will see why
64 OLDSMOBILE Now is the time to Buy! this is so popular a model; 3
4 DR.StD.RlH-AUTO.TRANS.-EXCEILENT COND.._...._..............795 Bedrooms 2 Baths huge
As the inflation spiral continues prices of just about screened In porch, large utility,
. long low sweeping line truly a
everything are Increasing. But the VALUE of homes is Increasing fine home on a modest budget.
BRAND NEW at a tremendous rate also. So don't delay, buy that
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home of yourdreams In quiet, comfortable Bellair TODAY I .
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You'll be glad you did! ,
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2398 $16,5000-$19,000

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Mod.,C 12
TAX 4IAO -
Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community I Two cars can rest comfortably 'In
the roomy garage of C.12, and you
still have lots of storage room. A
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, : $
REGENCY 72130008445ARUNGTON'EXPRESSWAY .... .-w; classic courtyard ,entrance
spacious living and dining areas ,
:BTJILIDEFIS.: :INC. family room with optional
fireplace, three bedrooms plus .
'' TOYOTA I Member of, National and Jacksonville Home Builders Associations too 'many, closets to count .. all
: combine; to make this the
." '. ,,. You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience '1Ivin lest' Bellair model, built
\ 10 A.M.to Dark. Travel'South on Blanding Blvd.(Hwy.21 JAPRIL a
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Reserve Patrol ,
Squadron Ends t' .t t p. .ilw KWAII r


Two Weeks of Training at JaxJax


With bags packed and Fleet Air Wing 11 and mainly VP. Grumann Aircraft, arrived with
faces tanned VP-62 bid Jax adieu 45 in antisubmarine warfare 414 officers and men from the
Friday and flew back to the operations.The New York metropolitan area.
bustle and commotion of life in squadron, skippered by VP-62 is actually made up of
Gotham City. Cdr. Herman Brumme Jr., who three reserve squadrons withinone.
This completed two weeks of when he isn't flying patrol planesfor Arriving in 12 P-2 ASW
active duty for the reserve the Navy serves as a airplanes three C-118's and a C-54 I rTLh;!
squadron as they trained with marketing executive with cargo ship the three squadrons,

R4. RR3, deployed from
Willow Grove Pa., Andrews Air
: Force Base, and NYC, all. rendezvousing -
iI SPRING in Jacksonville for

SERVICE their While training.working with VP-45 each
SPECIAL
crew logged 50 hours flying time
carrying out the normal
WITH THIS COUPON operations required to antisubmarine Foreign Officers Meet Mayor Hans Tanzler
squadrons as well as
YOU GET ALL 4... learning new innovations Foreign Navy Officers
developed since their last
1.Dismount Winter Tires Aqulir, tgsg VMw

2.or Brake 5-Tlre Adjustment Rotation. NOW deployment.Members of the squadron come Begin Supply TrainingJax

3.General's Auto } T..... wed Thurs. from varied backgrounds in
Safety Check. civilian life with many of the
4.2 Wheels Balanced $39! pilots employed by commercial Ten foreign naval officers representing eight
Includes wheel weights. airlines, advertising men from countries began three weeks of functional supply I

MON. FRI. SAT. 5" Madison Ave., policemen, at training with the air station's Supply Department
least a half -dozen teachers, a '
2 WEEKS ONLY! national news man, and a New Monday. -
York City mailman. The group has just completedseven Norway; Lt. Terje Meyer'
CHARGE IT NOW Public Affairs Officer LCdr. weeks of classroom in- Nilssen, Norway; Ens. Eduardo
Jerry Borenstein commentedthat struction at the Navy Supply RamiroDuranona,Uruguay; and
famous DELCO 4-tt.V NYLON CORD GEIHML Q/'r with the post office problems Corps School and is here to observe Lt. Luis Antonio Moreno Zam-
SHOCK WHITEWALL6KMCRAL DELUXE in New York their active duty the day to day operations of brano, Venezuela.
JET MUFFLER may be extended another week to a Navy supply department. Acting as liaison officer for the
/r.mowdu.lr help sort out the deluge of mail Monday morning, the group group is Lt. J. A. Spyrison.U.S.
nor..dd..len confronted by postal officials. In was welcomed aboard the station Navy Supply Corps,of the Supply
rr ,r.canD..d that event VP-62 will have a man by Capt. Byron W. Dean, station Corps School in Athens.
Dur.e.nTn.d rubb.rmIN1p1 that is well acquainted with the executive officer and given the
streets of New York. command presentation.
4526 120th St.
CAPIIY OUT When not on active duty LCdr Tuesday they met with
only pin ul mm CAMN't a
4th Hock at l only 1. wfttn V.NMM ..- :)comer. r''y: Borenstein is at work completing Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tan- YUKON
.io--u
you buylhilent.1 his
low prle* r.e tl u, .- :v CMivr urlvuu1 ii 4 ttiVU ....,..wW_ zler and future field trips include
'InitalliUon Included tl WjNP"nn .1.' "'_M.N tie Manhattan apartment. visits to the Naval Air Rework n Hour Glass
VP-,2' was the largest Naval Facility and Mayport Naval IINNNoi IINNNAAIIN INNNANN

iENEAAI. GENERAL TIRE SERVICE Air Reserve, squadron assembledfor Stations.- . .. .
4510 SAN JUAN AVE.(corner Roosevelt Blvd.) an annual two week duty to Taking part m the training are Cleaners 4 Liiudry
stay at Jax. Lt. Neddo Ever Basterra,
25 Washers
Argentina; Lt. Clauco Queiroz
Guimaraes, Brazil; Lt. GeraldoDa SC
Dryers( min.)
greyhound ratiKSONViME Fonseca, Brazil; Lt. Rolf
Groop, Germany; Lt. Athanasios HOURS: 308:30: :
Limberis, Greece; Lt. (jg) One Day ServiceJAX
Fariborz Golshan DjavadiIran ,
NAS Nearest
; Lt. Svein Carl Sivertsen, Laundry

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DEPENDENTS T
POST 8 SATURDAY MATINEE 1 30 McDUFF No of BEAVER

GOING TO THE MED??? .



Brand New 1970 Plymouth- Duster Sport Coupe COMPARE THESE PRICES!



-,' .' EXAMPLE: OR Scheduled Airline Flights
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:' -. Jax to Seville, Spa in(Round Trip) $437.00
rr
Fare Based On 14-28 Day Excursion-NYC-Rome-NYC

GUARANTEED Reservations and Refundable at anytime
Travel On Any SCHEDULED Airline


EXAMPLE: OR Chartered Flights

Jax to NYC(Round Trip) $11&0Tax

H :: $$1,998 Full Price 510NCYte
Frankfurt(Hound Trip) 1"..
Frankfurt to Seville(Round Trip) 112,.
pint Tall. raS. Frt and Service I Membership Dues 5.M

TOTAL $....
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Brand New 1969's atWhile Dealer Wholesale Cost MASTER SUBJECT Otter CHARGE Major TO, BANK CHANGE Credit AHERICARD Cards WITHOUT Accepted NOTICE ACCEPTED


(\ they last!) AIRLIN ESTRAFFIC



Nobody, but NOBODY ever undersells Clayton Revels! OFFICE.

(JAMTO)
Drive little Save a/of/ at
NAS JAX-. :.. Bldg. 13 Main Gate Ext.3553 or 387-2811
r HOURS; 0745.1700 Monday thru Friday
CLAYTON REVELS NAS. CECIL: Finance 0800-Office SOO, Phone 771-2311 Ext. 8122


CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC.GfllN ..O MAYPORT, : Finance. Office, Bldg. T-24, Phone 246-5427 ,
COVE SMINGS, FLA fHONE 2M-24I7 0900-1500 EVERY Tue.,Wed.,and Thur. Lv..r.rwwrr..r.

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Fast ServiC: .Inspectors J ''r\ SALES SERVICEalso

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Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs
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4395 Roosevelt Blvd.-Phone Over 150 New.
6567103rd t 387-7581
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OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE,INSPECTION '., t 54 HOLE COURSE ]

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HONEST, COURTEOUS 't I >' : GROUPS, I Service St.
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I NA TTC Behind the ScenesBy


yrs,
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Pat WilliamsJax careers last Tuesday were AOC 3 i +r
With 20( years of naval Richard E. Teague and AOC t'S+ 't $ WA ? tli'Idt
service behind him, AFCS Edward Bobby L. Besherse, both AO
Haywood Nance, retired School instructors. ,.
March in ceremonies held Chief shipped for -' -" "
26 on Teague over : :- ';"
the Bldg. 500 quarterdeck three more years. He already has I
The chief was presented a fourteen behind him. lie came to -
NATTC command plaque, letterof NATTC in 1967 after serving four j : .
commendation, and wished years aboard the USS Bon '.
well and congratulated by Capt. Homme Richard. This July, his
Kennedy and fellow chiefs. tour is over at NATTC. The yA+
The AF School phase super- chief teaches in the Class. 'B' 'ic't
visor and instructor reportedhere School.
18 months ago from Light Class 'A' School instructor,
Photographic Squadron 63 at t NAS Chief Bobby Besherse, decided to
Miramar. This was his third time add only two more years to the 15
at NATTC. He attended AE 'B' he already has.
School here twice, once in 1956 Chief Besherse leaves in .
and again in 1963. August of this year, but as yet he '
Chief Nance's duty has been hasn't received orders. He came
divided about evenly between the to NATTC three years ago from
East and West Coast since he Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. n ws J1""y ,h ed. 2
came into the Navy, but he says AE School had twins last week. y
that his favorite duty station was Not family type twins, but twin
NAS Sanford, Fla. He was there honormen.was the first time in
for four years. the school's history that two men
The retired chief's future plans have graduated as honorman of
include his staying in the the same class. Somebody had to be on the other side! So while everyone was backing underdog -
Jacksonvillearea. Both he and his Navy AN Terry Bates of Snoopy, Naval Air Technical Training Center's CWO J. V. Leatherman of
wifeElizabethare from Chester, Clanton, Ala., and Coast Guard Training Facilities, donned helmet, goggles and jacket to become the infamous
S. C. The couple has two AN Albert Mercury of Rochester, Red Baron for awhile way.Reports have been filtering in from NATTC that asmall
daughters. N. Y., had identical averages.
Furthering their Navy 92.32. beagle has been spotted lurking among the bushes


It's Your Social SecuritySocial

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'
Security's 'Work Clause' birthday all earnings restrictionsare
AT CEDAR HILLS PENNEY'S NOW THRU SATURDAY APR. 4 has not been liberalized or removed.

abolished. Somehow many North There are two SocialSecurityoffices
Florida residents have acquiredthis in Jacksonville, one at 400
idea. When they exceed the West Bay Street and the other at
Is earnings limit while drawing Canal and 13th.
GIFT IDEA benefits,an overpayment results,
?mu uiALWAYS and must be refunded to the
Government. $1680 is the most a BuyBonds
FIRST QUALITY Social Security beneficiary may I I
make in a year without in-

terfering with the benefits.
I .', This counts from the first of the
calendar year and not just from
the month when the claim was
filed.Earnings exceeding$1680 in
a year must be reported to us at
once.This report is in addition to,

true-to-life portraits ::, and reports.apart from, any income tax III-

Regardless of how high ear-
nings go in a year, benefits are
IN COLORr payable for any month when the
beneficiary doesn't work for
more than $140 in that month.
Some benefits may also be paid
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Two Training Center Men Earn III '




Medals for Outstanding Service F.1ti!



Jax. The Navy Commendation Medaland NavyAchievement Medal have been
presented to two aviation ordnancemen attached to the Naval Air Technical
_
Training Center here.
AOC James F. Swart earned the Commendation Medal for his service in +
Vietnam with Helicopter Attack (Light) Squadron Three. The squadron operatedout t er

of Vung Tau, southeast of Saigon.He ,

was the senior aircrew demonstrated positive leadershipand achieved a continuous high state
training petty officer, and according work the
willingness to exceptionally of elevator readiness,
to the citation accompanying under
long hours citation further stated.
the medal, 'His adverse conditions, the citation
dedication and long hours of stated. McCulligh is an 11-year Navy
group and individual instruction, 'Through his initiative and veteran and is currently a
student at AO 'B' School.
organized and maintained an
he contributed
aggressivness,
which AOl McCulligh earned Achievement Medal
aircrew training program vitally to the combat effectiveness The medals were presented to
produced door gunner and plane of Bon Homme the two men by Capt. J.E. v
captains of the highest calibre Richard and his efforts :
persistent Kennedy, NATTC. commandingofficer. J :
and resulted in a highly and excellent training programs .
motivated and professional groupof

men.; 24 Deadline Set For
April
The light attack helo squadron,
the only one of its kind in the

Navy provided support for lax NASA DriveJax
waterborne and ground units Membership
while carrying out rocket and
machine gun strikes on enemy -. Due to the high level of interest in the b (
targets. Nicknamed the Jacksonville Naval Air Station Association (JAX NASA)
Seawolves, the squadron flew programs, the enrollment period for new members and
UH-1B Huey helicopters.Chief insurance has been extended to April 24, according to
Swart reported NATTC
in December 1968 and is Jack Ostertag, vice president of the local organization.
currently an instructor in the Ostertag said that the enrollment is open to all civilian af
Aviation Ordnance School. employees of the naval air station and its tenant com
A01 Ivan R. McCulligh was mands. He also said that members get immediate f
presented the Navy Achievement benefits through a members discount booklet which lists
Medal for his exceptional per
formance of duties while servingas various businesses offering discounts to NASA mem-
the ordnance elevator petty bers.
officer onboard the USS Bon benefit is the
An additional membership opportunityto AOC Swart received Commendation Medal
Homme Richard (CVA-31)) in
Cash insurance at low
secure Quick group a very
1969.It was during combat rate that will cover not only the member, but also his Six States Set Vietnam BonusesJax

operations that McCulligh wife and children.
Several States have MASSACHUSETTS:
authorized a State Bonus for State Treasurer Bonus Division
Vietnam veterans and inquiries Room 227, State House
S S have been received relevant to Boston, Massachusetts 02133
ft Cedar Hills Shopping Center the requirements for such a
Hour of Quality" food Blanding Boulevard Bonus.
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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE /I published the following week unless the

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NAS: 'FLARE UP' Color
received WITH the copy for the ad.
NAS: 'ON HER MAJESTY'S drama starring Raquel Welch
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) S2.00
Jacksonville, Florida SECRET SERVICE' Color and James Stacy. M-G ((95 mins).
I drama starring George Lazenby HOSPITAL: 'VIVA MAX'
Per additional line ((4 words per line)
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:.. .,::' EMPLOYMENT'.:' ': ':.<: JJ;::'.REAL.. '.ESTATE: ;:jn:2: i [!:t i;!! ''MOBILE..HOMES\ : ANGELS' Color Cycle drama NAS: 'DIRTY DOZEN' Color

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Stern. M-G ((97 mins). Marvin and Ernest Borgnine. M-
PART-TIME HELP WANTED
RIVERVIEW MOBILE HOME PARK E ((145 mins).
$2.20 an hr. Late nightwork or early GREEN COVE SPRINGS
morning. Will Win Janitorial Ser 3 BR, 2 B, Frame House, 2 air cond., For Rent for Riverfront people who mobile care. Quiet home FRIDAYAPRIL3 HOSPITAL: 'FLARE UP'
vice. Call 396.6420 after 4 p.i.i. and carport Near Grammer and High spaces
,
large shaded lots, with large patios
Schools. 284.3860 or 2644027. $10,500. paved streets, excellent drinking NAS: 'SMITH'- Color western WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITI cash. water & no mosquitoes. Free boat comedy starring Glenn Ford and -

Run your own business, work your dockage. Adults only. 12 miles So. of Nancy Olson. G-E ((112 mins).
own hours, up to 60 percent returns. NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek.Ph. .
NAS 'THE OBLONG
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Maximum investment $4500 3985906. Just min. away from NAS vis NEW Springs. T horror starring Vincent
BRIDGE 2 Lovely Deluxe Homes Price Christopher Lee. M-G
SERVICE WIVES 3BR, 21/2' Bo' Split Level at 525,000 8-up. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK NAS: 'ICE STATION ZEBRA' ((95 m land).
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 4 BR, 2 Bath, Rambler at $24,000. Low Color adventure starring Rock
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
Jobfinders-1372 Cassat 387.5626 or 1022 Interest mprtg.. to assume. Also trailer and Apts. 3893007. Hudson and Ernest Borgnine. GHOSPITAL' 'DIRTY DOZEN'FRIENDLY
Park Street, 354.7888. homesites from $3,000 up. E ((148 mins). :
Walter, Benjamin) Inc.
Realtors-268-5506 FOR RENT: TRAILER SUNDAY APRIL
p"'i
MEN and WOMEN 2 Bedrooms., $80.00 per month. Call
needed to $eh' wigs, cosmetics, & false 7716908. NAS: 'VIVA MAX'Color RELAXED
eyelashes. Free training, Maria FOR SALE OR RENT comedy starring Peter Ustinov
Wilhelm 3985906. RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your QUIET ATMOSPHE"REand
equity or let us rent your home. MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea Pamela Tiffin. G-G ((92 itiiimmmtiiiiiiiiiiHimiMiiiMiiiiHii

REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for mins).
DOYOU WANT TO BE Call ( Mobile Home Park) V4Mile IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
map,sales and rental list. Powellor
ADISCJOCKEYTFor Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near HOSPITAL 'ICE STATION CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.ZEBRA' .
Information dial 3568351. schools and shopping center. Clean, CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
ORANGE PARK REALTY and reasonable rates. Manager on -.- -- - CHURCHES AND
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY. premises. Children and pets r-- .self SHOPPING
welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 389.9226. 1 I PH.ME aBB 1 ..........It..................,................

1:i \t ;MISCELLANEOUS: ;: i!;:(' 'HIDDEN WATERS' .1 1 Mr. & Mrs. Payton Watson,
: : : ....:' .. :. .:., ..'.' '. ....:.. '
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots t::: ::: :: ; } 771.6666
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available. Excellent fishing, boating, ;,.)',.!......TRANSPORTATION:..... ..'.... :: : '...,. '. .. .<.:": ': .: ,.'.: f'"J 1- a ( ) Take 103rd to Firestone
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also, Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks
permanent home area. High, wooded Past Forrest High School.
.
GEORGE'S KENNELS lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake 1 1249-12BI KINO T
Dogs and Cats boarded.' Free pickup Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. 64 CORVETTE A-C JACKSONVILLE FLA. 322O4WANTED
and delivery Est. 1925. Poodle Will paint any color asking $2,000.264- : : (BoLONIALPOOREST
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 4669. !
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and

Edgewood)3890064.. MODERN RIVERFRONT HOME AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast U USED CAMERAS AND :
By Owner, Excellent cond. Bulkhead,
Dock and Boathouse. In city limits. and West Coast 3533691. : EQUIPMENT. WE PAY

IMPROVE YOUR FIGURE 908 Myrtle Ave. Green Cove Springs.For ; TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 ;
Appt. 2843313. 5928 FIRESTONE ROAD
With Symbra-Ette, ustom Fitted
BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! .
bras and Also swlmwear. 772- FORD TRACTOR
girdles. ) 282.5072 .. -- -- -- -
9359 Model 9N ext. 2213 (work

T1 RENTALS\::: ;, ::l (after work)

1958 CRIS-CRAFT CABIN CRUISER MONTHLY SPECIALI

25 Ft., 2.85 HP, Twin Engines, 35 gal. LOOKI! SAVE UP TO$300 0
Fresh water tank, Galley, Head, 2 WIL-MAR APTS. ,65 Chev.4 Dr. $789 Ii
bunks, Dinnette and Canvas to Inclose 2 Br., LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit.; 65 Ford 4 Dr. $789 SHRIMP CHICKEN
main deck. $3500. cash. 284.3860 or Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off 65 Plymouth 4 Dr. $689

264.4027. street. Water, Garbage & Sewage 65 Ford Falrlaine $689 ALL YOU CAN EAT
Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus 64 Chrysler Conv. $689

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS tax) 3872541. Nights & weekends 389- 630lds Holiday Coupe $589 For On1r.$1.19

Consoles some with AM.FM, tape 0744. 62 Ford 2 Dr, $189 ia
players. At dealers cost to liquidate ORANGE PARK 61 Ford Sta. Wag. $189 Includes French Fries 411
Phone 771.0409. Little or No Down Payment Required
stock. Full warrantyl 2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn. Dish Financing Avail on all cars. Cole Slaw & Rolls

washer, Carpets, Drapes. Elizabeth ROYCE SMITH USEDCARS
AUTO AIR.COND. SERVICEWe Apts., 771-1405 or 771.3355 2418 Atlantic Blvd. Phone 398.9787.
also service and repair window TOP HAT DRIVE IN
and central units. ORANGE PARK
Tyler's Heating & Air Cond. 2 BR, House furn.,5 mins. to NAS, TV, 2045 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 388-9553
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore) Linens, utensils optional. Will rent to Want Ads Pay
388.5161 TAD personnel or bachelors. 2646884.

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Stereo-Radio Console, $68; Singer : --Cortoo.,... .
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Zig-Zag $62; Typewriter, $22. All In =. ::-.. LO9l'A '-n.' PARK ST HT C7901Z8LM321
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good condition. Cash or terms. !

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ABYSITTING & IRONINGdone I I .-'-_._MIMI,.,PMNMMMMIN. TM......._.... 'Mpa.3.. $ NM
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60BC AIM COfcO TlOI. IIIG H4 Co"f
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MARRIAGES PERFORMED .
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4655 Post, 381-4929. Rev. I.C.. f t1ll15 BELTED KMITC STRf TIKES 10 0
PblAO fUU HL COVfcKS .s b
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ORANGE PARK TOPSA <949AA Oil For Nearly $1600 Lees!

new TOPS Club has been formed In THIS: CAR INCWDE3 Alt. TH?'[;E TATIPES/ .
Orange Park. Meetings will be held ASTRO VU1TIUTW: ( !, III3K.A-WAT: WII RS,
Jennings wnnD-'aaro' : ITTSIIOR! ACCCTO:: IIHTS! : .... ,
Monday evenings at Bryan CWF.TIHO!; FWTUIJUUER ------------------------' .. .....-..------
0La'CCJ1pct1tF.lIT!:: : UTHT!!, ,
Elementary School 215 Corona Drive : BELTS: MEFL CKTIKT, : HIUlUKH( ,
(Meadowbrook) Weigh In between 7- UIVUGE CWPAJHW31T! W ,\:;) U HIT, HEAD!:: [!Now I In Stock 12 Chevrolet Impalas ..
7:30 p.m. Meetings begin at 7:30: RESTRAINTS:;

CENTRAL AIR COND. i! ..U* Mietf iNS ......

2 ton; Rug & pad 12x15 Avocada ,I...IW Ot4-Mr AM-- urM.r f
F- II 41 85 I .Jinikr E...,.e.. T.That 0.Stick
Green, Black & white portable TV & I ...... 2595
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stand, 19 Inch. 264.8187. INN N rr I r w j rM/ > C __ I I
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monograms. 20 yr. guarantee yr. Chevrolet Oldsmobile 11_ORANGE aye.N '
free service. Reg. price $169. Now $58 f :=; j
cash $5 10 free home trial. 'SnUNOSAPRIL
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AchievementsRecognized :

:1

For Members of Hospital Staff :

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Jax-Re-ups, promotions and In the promotion department, ceremony.
retirements are becoming LCdr. Katheryn E. Newton (NC) Shipping over four years,HM1
frequent occurences at the Naval moved up to her present rank Vernon M. Mathews of the X -
Hospital here. during a recent hospital RayDepartment took the oathfrom
Capt.S.A. Heaton,Jr. (MC) ,XO
Trained Personnel
Military of the Naval Hospital.
Two members of the hospital
React Quicker In EmergencyWASHINGTON staff have departed, each for a
different reason. Cdr. Italina Di
(AFPS) A aid to a woman who had fallen Giambattista (NC) who has been
Navy study indicates that people from a chair. head of the physical therapy
with military training react more The Navy study group said 96 department since February 1968,
1 quickly than others during an percent of the reservists came to took a letter of commendationand
emergency.The the aid of the woman. The the best wishes of her coworkers
experiment, conducted by professors tabulated 70 per cent with her on her new
four officers at the U. S. Naval of the students as offering help.It assignment at the Portsmouth,
Post Graduate School Monterey, also noted that 13 of 14 two Va. Naval Hospital.
PROMOTED, Wendall L. Skinner of the hospital staff has been Calif., is compared to a study by man teams of reservists HMC William P.Griffith bid his
promoted to commander. Admiring his new shoulder boards are his to the last to the
two psychology professors responded immediately good- byes hospital as
wife Rachel,son Andrew and daughter Laura,following the promotion
for he the side
conducted two years ago. 'injured'secretary's cry help. was piped over after
ceremony at the Hospital.BRING The Navy group used the same Only 20 percent of the college completing 20 years of Naval
pre planned emergencies pairs responded.In service. Chief Griffith served as
offered by the professors in the 'Smoke filled Room' the Career Counselor and Project
studying the reactions of college test, 78 percent of the reservists Transition enlisted assistant at
students-the'Injured Secretary' responded immediately to smoke the hospital since October 1968,
THE FAMILY! and 'Smoked filled Room' hen unleashed amidst them, while and was relieved by HMC C.
compared the results. only 66 percent of the college Cason. Griffith plans to reside in
Naval and Coast Guard students reacted in the same the Jacksonville area.
reservists were used in the Navy situation,
IT'S FUN TO EAT AT... experiment.. In all cases, they t' The Navy said the reservist
reacted faster than their college provided an excellent cross -
counterparts.The section of American society with
'Injured Secretary' experiment backgrounds varying from
called for spontaneous bartender to design engineer.



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APARTMENTS .
Valuable AntiqueA
PANTY HOSE medal designed by George
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Civilian Job Market

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Getting short? Ready to place job seekers in positionsmost
retire soon? If your answer to suited to their abilities and
either of these questions is 'yes,' desires. A representative of the
then now is the time to start Florida Employment Service
preparing for a civilian career. said that Jacksonville may soon r
Representatives from six join Miami and Baltimore in \ e F N6 e v/ '
branches of the U.S. Employment owning what is known as a 'job
Service held a briefing bank.'
here last week for all military A job bank is a vocational
personnel approaching placing system operated 'by
retirement or transfer to the computers. Information about
Fleet Reserve and their the prospective employee his
dependents. Approximately 200 qualifications, personal historyand
persons attended the two-and-a job preferences fed into a
half hour presentation which computer which selects a job .
dealt primarily with the opportunities suited to his abilities from its
available to retired bank of work openings.Opportunities .
military men after they have re- in different
entered the civilian society. career fields were also discussed.A .
Greeting the audience at the representative from the : R
commencement of the briefingwas Florida Retail Federation spoke
Capt. H.O. Cutler, NAS about the agency's role in State 1 AMai.
commanding officer. Capt. and Federal legislation, and ;t
Cutler introduced RAdm. disclosed the many types of
Lawrence Heyworth, Jr., com- employment available in the food -
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, and department store retail Lavin is congratulated by Capt. B. W. Dean, NAS executive officer, after
who spoke to congratulate the business.A receiving the Bronze Star Medal
Employment Service agencies on staff member from the
their accomplishments. aFloridd'Juno1'Cb1Iege"'told' : -
of'1
LCdr. F.W. Reynolds, NAS openings for teachers. He also
Marine Barracks CO Presented
Project Transition officer, spoke of the school's current need
presided over the eight-member for non-instructional workers. In I
panel of representatives. He addition to being a source of
spoke about the Navy's transitionand employment to retired military Bronze Star for Vietnam DutyJax
referral programs which he personnel,Florida Junior College
said are designed to help retired offers them a chance to further -
Navymen become 'taxpayers their education and receive Maj. Joseph F. Lavin, The citation reads that 'to better areas, he disregarded his own
rather than welfare collectors' in scholastic and career counseling.The commanding officer of the understand the difficulties en- safety as he accompanied rough
the civilian community.One Marine Barracks here, was countered by his men and rider convoys over supply routesin I
of the points illustrated concluding speaker was a awarded the Bronze Star Medal vehicles traveling through hostile all sectors of his tactical area
during the briefing was that Navy petty officer who is last week for his outstanding of responsibility.-'
veterans receive preference over presently working as an account accomplishments in Vietnam
non-veterans when applying for executive under the Project during the year of 1969.
jobs at employment agencies. Transition Program. He gave the From December 31, 1968 to MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll
Disabled veterans receive the audience a first- hand account of December 7, 1969, Maj. Lavin
highest preferences.Tests the changes the military retiree served with the Third Marine Ranks All AgesLOW
,. counseling, and com- must adjust to when beginning a Division, performing his duties'in
puter analysis are among the civilian career.,. an exemplary and highly
methodscurrently'being used to When the briefing had finished, professional manner' which, in RATES
the panel was opened for the words of the award citation,
CLIPPER'SIL/ / VERLIHE/ questioning, qnd the audience 'contributed significantly to the EASY MONTHLY
T-CRAFT responded with many inquiries accomplishment of his com
about their futures as veterans in mand's mission and were in
MERCRUISER the civilian labor competition. keeping with the highest PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL
_ STERN DR IV ES traditions of the Marine Corps.'
MERCURYOUTBOARDS Originally assigned to the
f I'' -= position of executive officer of the INSURANCEUNDERWRITERS
iWiiWlM1lliUW; ; Ninth Motor Transport Battalion,
EXPERT fj\\ Maj. Lavin was soon reassignedas INC.
REPAIRsI commanding officer of the ,
SHOP t 4: Third Motor Transport Battalion, (Formerly McDougall's Insurance)
FAcTORY ti\\\\; and later became the assistant
6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388 7676
J TRAINED ? division motor transport officer.
MECHANICS :I The citation states that his CALL US ANYTIME

h.1.mt_ K leadership and professional
264-9835 ability promoted high morale
among his men.
INLET MARINE By ensuring reliable tran
Teo sportation support to combat
Silts I Service r units, Maj. Lavin was in-

Hwy 17 Orange! Park uY-Ell Afit,ieot IWoH'f 9MItE; strumental in the success of
several major combat missions.

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help enjoy them. 0 All only one
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utes away. You can get to
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r Wings and Medals


Awarded as VP-45 i Club SchedulesISLUKJACKKTS

/ :i w4iji .

Holds CeremonyJax

: INN
.. Six VP-45 sailors md j.::1 t Annex
received special recognition
during an awards ceremony held Mesrrnger/ of the Masses will provide this evening's musical en-
in conjunction with the terl linml'lIt. Itonnie and the Soul Society will appear on stage for four
' squadron's All Hands Training consecutive nights beginning tomorrow,and on Tuesday the Camelotswill
Day be there. Listen and dance to the music of the fabulous Four of
Three Red Darters received Clubs on Wednesday.
Good Conduct Awards. AEC C.E.
Maher received his fourth award ACKY-: DUCKY: ('[lilt
while ADJ1 D.N Sydness and : t %4j1:4L Dance to the tunes of the Four of Clubs tomorrow night, and on
ATR2 J.B.L. Tanner received Saturday see the Clubsmen perform, featuring Marion Lewis. Enjoythe
their first and second awards 1. Club's surprise Happy Hours and gel prepared now to see the
respectively, : : ; Dick Flood Show coming April 12.
ATI G.N. Wilson received his :
P-3 aircrewman designationfrom (''Pll. )('[lift
Cdr R.A. Mason, VP-45 AIRCREWMAN DESIGNATION .- Lt. P.R.Dykeman, plane com. Tommy 'C' and the Seminoles will play country tunes at the Chiefs'
skipper AMS1 C.D. Schoenalsand mander of VP-4S's Crew 21, congratulates AW3 C.A. Hunt after his Club tonight. Tomorrow Mark Castle will be there, and on SaturdayMel
AW3 C.A. Hunt also received aircrewman designation wings were pinned on at a ceremony at the laden: and the I Lazy Rhythm Girls will be on stage. Sunday night
aircrewman designations from Red Darters hangar.Equipment. will feature Benny Barbaraand l Los Latin Fiesta, a special floor show
their respective PPC's, Cdr S.J. from Brazil
McArdle Jr., executive officer, Display
and Lt. P.R. Dykeman.The OFFICIOUS CLUB
It's beefeaters night from 6 to 9 this evening. Happy Hour tomorrow
Open for Flight CrewsJax from 4:30lo:: 0:30(;:: and later on 'Young People's Night' with music by
Mariner 2 spacecraft sent the Camelots.
data from the planet Venus
across 36 million miles of space -All flight crew personnel display of search and rescue
Salurday will feature dancing to the music of the Four of Clubs.
using only three watts of power including parachute riggers and equipment that will be on displayin ,
-about the amount used for an I r Tuesday and dine on the special
ordinary flashlight bulb. any other aviation oriented Hangar 1000. oriental' buffet. Wednesday will feature Happy Hour at 4:30: p.m. and
invited to view theeBob's will be penTuesdayApri17at8:30a.m.and
personnel are The display the ala carte menu.Water.
: 1
p.m. with displays:! of prototypesof
survival kits which have
> Oak Hill eliminated some equipmentwhich Safety Training

prior to this, were stan-
dard in rafts and survival Offered by Red CrossJax
Pure Service CenterOpen packets. Also on display will be
the 'Billy Pugh' wing pod

for your convenience 6 a.m 10 p.m. carried, externally deployed is a growing need activities.
search and rescue package which
for qualified swimming and The training is available for
holds the promise of extendingSAR instructors millions of
boating as
road service. pick up & delivery capabilities to virtually men and women 17 years and .
Americans take to the water for a older who are better than
mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars every fleet aircraft. summer of fun and relaxation,' average swimmers and are
Personnel attending are en- said Paul F. Logan, field directorof physicallyfit.
medically approved as
couraged to participate in the
the American Red Cross office .
103rd & Jammes Road critique of this equipment still NAS Jax.
771 -9156 Jacksonville Florida under evaluation by the Navy. The Red Cross, in an effort to A comprehensive curriculumof

help meet this need for qualified lectures, practice sessions and
When a girl puts on perfume instructors, conducts national seminars offer techniques of
before date, it's the most dangerous -
a form of chemical war aquatic and small craft schools at teaching first aid, swimming and
fare. strategic locations around the life-saving and small craft.
The Talk of the Town country beginning in June to give Special courses are offered in
enrollers an opportunity to take some instances for water safety
FREE training before starting summerCAMDEN instructors,such as instruction in
handicapped: and synchronizedor
1 WEEK'S VACATIONIN competitive swimming. In

A"f_< *> 'K> J addition to the small craft
i schools, some aquatic schools
vSiV fla m H K i'l BP (Motor Home Camper 12x60- 2 Bedroom-2 Bath have elective courses for boating,

Insurance Included No Hall canoeing or sailing instructors.MOTORS .

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1 1st QUALITY SEAMLESS NYLONS f IV'' -mow. LADIES' SEAMLESS NYLONS
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lad I M..h or plain' 400 I rowh'd.loctd. Big x,, *v puaron ,
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POPSG.otf.rpartie W tdgt fnc in Avocado dvcorotof mouldmgt. In 2 5
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OUR PEGGY ROSS SEAMLESS PANTY HOSE + BEDSPREADSANIIQUf FINED VINYL MATTRESS COVERSOur
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Hospital Blasts Former Jax Cager


VW-4 HuntersFor Signs Grant to Gel aM and


Cage TitleJax North CarolinaJax R de apgiiE


One of the all-time top
The Hospital team, one of
-
scorers of the Jax Navy Fliers
the pre-tourney favorites, lived basketball team, Charles Bryson,
up to those expectations by I has to
11 signed a grant-in-aid play
to win the :
downing VW-4,89-73, basketball with the University of
basketball title
NAS intramural North Carolina at Charlotte.

Tuesday.The Bryson, who played with VW-4
led the
Hospital quintet, by PLAY BALL Tex Goodson and led them to the ComFairJaxtitle
21 points of Dr. Bob Ruess, led all uncorks the first pitch that officially in 1968, has played with
the way in the final tilt.Jim Boleyled opened the baseball Florida Junior College the past
and all
the Hurricane Hunters season for the' Navy Ortega two seasons where he led the
scorers with 31. Lakeshore Little League 'last Stars in assists and was team

Hospital gained the cham- week. The teams will battle captain for both seasons. Il
pionship game by knocking off all throughout the summer at Blue Although no lifetime recordsare
competition in the double Angels Field aboard Jax. kept for the Fliers scoringand
68 CHEVROLET
elimination tourney.They openedby rebounding Athletic Director $1495

downing the same VW-4 team Frank McCaffrey said, 'Bryson
75-66, then edged out NARTU 60- definitely was one of the top
55, and made the finals by v scorers we have ever had here. If 2Dr. Sedan Factory air
drubbing MARTD 9061. i1Jrp I had to pick an all time team for V-8, Auto trans., R& H.
VW-4 meanwhile, came to the the Fliers he would have.'to be en
finals through the losers bracket [mm It.'

after being dumped in the opener
by Hospital. In their second game
they waxed ComFairJax 84-72, Jax .., Athletic Director Frank 67 FORD Tudor $1195
then took an easy 76-58 win over .McCaffrey reminds all potential

the Marine Barracks and last umpires for the intramural ; ::--.;. ,

Friday nipped A-C Maintenance Softball season to attend a ;,,...'*.,,.'.". ,,., ... ...,.\'lo..:.. (.., "," 6 ,Cyl., Std. Trans., R&H,
) +
60-59. Monday they thrashed meeting this afternoon in his 4v4 ? ", ...'.. .>.w.. .. .', '? a WW tires.
MARTD 105-82 and the right to office, Bldg. 3, at 4 p.m. A reviewof '. : ":'(("" :';\'( .,,

meet Hospital in the finals. old and new rules as well as b \ ..,t {;tt
A-C Maintenance placed third discussion on umpiring will take
{
after beating NARTU 57-47 last place. -
Thursday and MARTD sharedthe ***

consolations by drawing a bye The NAS Track and Field Meet 66 PONTIAC Tempest $995
and nipping Marine Barracks 79- has been rescheduled for fIn >
Tuesday. April 21, with the
70.ComFairJax ComFairJax meet to follow one ,
was eliminatedafter the 1968 Atlantic Fleet
,
6 Cyl. Std. Trans. Air
two games dropping a 51-49 week later: Participants that Basketball Tournament Brysonled
Cond., R & H, WW Tires.
thriller to NARTU in the opener wish to use shot put, high VW-4 to a third place finish
and later losing to VW-4. lumping and pole vaulting and scored 138 points in four

"O. equipment for practice should games for a 34.5 average.
""PON' ..s ""
contact tile Athletic Departmentat
---- After completing his military
... 3239. obligation, the Columbus, Ohio
1I11. sharpshooter stayed on to enrollat 66 IMPALA Sport C,. $1195
,tt 1 ... Bowltag FJC where he holds the Stars
"
"
2",::", '111i:0"" Off.tfr( single game scoring record of 41
15 FiveAmerican points, and averaged 23.2
'0 eOJC'1tI Top
V-8, Auto Trans., Factory
NOw.I League points per game in 1969 and 19.9 Air, R & H. WW tires.
in 1970. He was named to the all-
MAD 20-4 state junior college first team
Outcasts 16-8 both years and was on the first
NAVYINSURANCE Hunters 18-10 all-region junior college team

: E Zephyrs 15-9 twice. 66 CHEVY II Nova $9954Dr.
IS: t ; Electrons 15-9
1 1I"
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National
I Softball PracticeJax t\. \ R'i' UK Sedan, V-8, Custom

Eagles 17-3 ,.._ .... .. "' .J.A-\J;' : ;.>Trans., R & H, WW tires.
Blue 17.3 .. The Jax Fliers M
Red Darters 19-5
varsity Softball team will j
Rapid Comm 16-8
hold a practice session
RATCCNo.17 18.10
Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on
e e ContinentalCPO's Mackroth Field. All interested 65 MALIBU $1095
players are en
WV-4 18-6
couraged to make this
After DownPayment Pin Benders 18-6
session due to the limited
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