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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1970
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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
military department The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 28 NO. 3 U. s. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL 9, 1970 k

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A Kiss for a Hero Four Men CitedIn J 1





Girl's Rescue i;


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Jax A Naval Air Rework civilian employee and three Navymen ,
attached to the Naval Air Technical Training Center have been ,
honored for their rescue efforts of two Navy dependents who were 1 <
accidentally knocked into Casa Linda Lake aboard the station last ,''I j
January 29.

I On the afternoon of the accident,
station.
{ z'f Mrs. W.W. Moore and her eight-
The captain presented a letter of
1 year-old daughter Phyllis Elaine,
,
; appreciation to in whichhe
were fishing at the edge of the Zeigler
wrote in part 'Your rescue
lake when a tractor pulling a
effort was a show of swift
lawnmower backed into them,
reaction in time of
knocking them both into the a emergencyand
g water. I commend you on your
display of heroic calmness in
James A. Ziegler, a Weapons
the child's life.
saving On
young
Division
employee at NARF, was
behalf of the U.S. and
Navy the
parked near the lake and saw the
accident. The trained life guard dependents involved in the ac-
'tapN
; na : cident, I wish to
express my
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removed his coat and leaped into
the water and started.swimming sincere appreciation and
I toward Mrs. Moore. gratitude for your very valuable
contribution in averting tragedy
Noticing that Mrs. Moore was
above water, he then observed LCdr. McQuaig, AEl Karcher,
an instructor at NATTC, and AA
Phyllis struggling near the
tractor and immediately swam Terrell, a student, received ;
ir back to her side. Pulling the separate letters from their \

1Fjk youngster from the water, he commanding. officer, Capt. JohnE.
started ashore with her and was Kennedy
$ Mrs. Moore and Phyllis are the
assisted by LCdr. Clarence M.
McQuaig in getting her. the dependents of ADJC W.W. Moore
T! up and is the
: Zeigler son of AFCM
: NATTC's embankment.enlisted LCdr. personnel McQuaig, James E.J. Zeigler. Both chiefs I
to the Fleet Air
were assigned
officer, aided the girl while
Jacksonville staff and worked
Ziegler started back to help her "
together in aircraft maintenance '
,'
mother. at the time of the accident. Both \
With the aid of Ziegler and AA
: men are also the end of
nearing
r; Ronald W. Terrell, Mrs. Moore
their and will
Navy careers retire
was also helped ashore. Another
NATTC man, AE1 Thomas K. soon.

Karcher,was cited for his actionsin

h r s sending someone to call an Deperdert Teoa Thug,
ambulance and in helping LCdr.

McQuaig in applying first aid Slated for Gator Doa
until the ambulance arrived from
the school command's dispensary
Jax Teenage dependents and

: Mrs. Moore, Phyllis and their guests are invited to attenda
Zeigler got together again under special event at the Gator Den
more pleasant circumstances Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m. Two live

Phyllis Elaine gives James Ziegler a special thanks Friday,when they were invited to bands will provide dance music,
the office of Capt. H.O. Cutler, and a wide selection of food and
commanding officer of the air refreshments will be available.
NARF Retires First 50-Year Man I



Jax -- A half century of systems placed him with a torpedo was stationed here in Jackson-

: government service -. both aircraft squadron aboard ville teaching recruits the fun
. the aircraft carrier damentals of radio
as a Navyman and civilian USS Hornet Navy
'' that was, so badly damaged techniques. He was then orderedto
employee of the Navy -
; ; during the Battle of Santa Cruz in Japan where he worked for the S f S! 'g'A M.
comes to an end this 'week October 1942 that she later had to U. S. Air Force in Tokyo. !P { ira

. for a 69 year old Naval be abandoned and sunk. Returning to San Francisco in ,

Air Rework Facility Teaches Radio 1947 he retired and made his way
: employee who left his At the end of the war Sandefer back to Jacksonville where he

Texas home in 1919 to began his 'second career' as a

enlist in the Navy. Personnel Offfict civilian radio mechanic with the 5a
station's Assembly and Repair
I The retirement of Wilson H. Department.

'Sandy' Sandefer will also mark FRA Secretary
the first time that an employee of Moves MondayJax A member and current
the Rework Facility has retired secretary of Branch 126 'of the

with 50 years of government Beginning Monday at 11 Fleet Reserve Association,
service. His retirement is effective a.m., all offices located in Bldg. Sandefer is a former national

.: tomorrow. 955, except Family Services, will president of the organization and
1919 Recruit suspend operation and com- plans to continue being active in
Sandefer, who is currently an mence moving supplies and his local branch.
I inspector of aircraft electronics equipment to their new locationin Fifty years of federal service is
: systems, joined the Navy in May Bldg. 200. hard to sum up in a few words,
: 1919 and completed recruit These offices include Per- but 'Sandy' commented 'The

training at Great Lakes, 111., sonnel, Project Transition, many years of service have been
before being ordered to Harvard Career Counselor, General enjoyable and I've had a lot of
University where he studied at Military Training, Educational pleasure over the years as a
the naval radio school. Services and Transient Per- Navyman and as a Navy
During the following 28 yearshe sonnel. civilian.'

traveled throughout much of The work cessation will con- Nearly 30 years of travelingwith RETI RES AGAIN. Wilson H. Sandefer inspects the cockpit of an
the world as he served in ships tinue until 1 p.m. Wednesday, the Navy apparently wasn't Skyhawk let during his last days on the aircraft assembly line at the
and squadrons before retiring as during which time only enough. He plans to get in 'some Naval Air Rework Facility, Jacksonville. Retiring from the Navyin
a chief aviation radioman in 1947. emergency work will be con- more travel' now that he's 1947, Sandefer began working at the Rework Facility that same
His training in aviation radio ducted. retiring for the second time. year,and retires for the second time tomorrow.

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1970
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No GapA t fv1 CATHOLICNAVAL


preliminary survey report from a five year project indicates jp.R byl x V AIR STATION
America's youth are not as anti-military as one might suspect from
Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
the media.
news Sunday Mass11:00: A.M.
The survey, 'Young Men Look At Military Service' is part of a Daily Mass : A.M.
broader Youth in Transition project which followed young men from Saturday Confessions .
the start of their tenth grade (Fall of 1966)) to the time when most of
10:30: 11:30: A.M.
them had been out of high school for about a year (Spring of 1970)). The

project is being conducted under a U.S. Office of Education contract, NAVAL HOSPITAL
with Department of Defense support.
Sunday Mass 8 A.M.
Among its most basic purposes, Youth in Transition includes the

study of attitudes, plans and behaviors, particularly those relating to NATTC
educational and occupation aspirations and achievements. The
Mass 930 A.M.
Department of Defense, of course, placed special emphasis on Sunday *

military plans and attitudes. CONGRATULATIONS GySgt. J.T. Rogers, MAD admin chief, Bldg. 500

Some of the findings have been highly significant. receives a meritorious mast Monday for his outstanding work in the

,. Adjutant's section. Maj. John C. Weare, MAD XO, made the PROTESTANTNAVAL
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"00 ,OUTH

Wp.. HOSPITAL
:' ,Sunday Worship- 10 A.M.
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A.M. Bldg. 750

-,'-..,. Church School. (all ages)
tibL ::-:- .. .. A.M.

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grade 6)) 10 A.M.
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WV .... '} Divine Worship Service -
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10 Bldg. 750
Hot Oatmeal Cream of Tomato Soup Lima Bean Soup
For instance, the majority of the young men do not fit the Ham Omelet Oven Roast Veal Turkey.ala King Junior Youth Fellowship
'generation gap' stereotype of rebellious youth casting aside the Deep Fried Fish Portions Natural Gravy Buttered Egg Noodles 1 P.M. Bldg. 722
values of their elders. In fact, the dominant position they express Hash Browned Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Broccoli Polanalse Senior Youth Fellowship
Raisin Rolls Seasoned Green Beans Baking Powder Biscuits
essentially supports the principles Americans have lived by for Spice Cake Chocolate Pudding 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722

decades. Butter Cream Icing Whipped Topping
They are not strongly opposed to the war in Vietnam, nor are they Tuesday

anti-military or pacifists..They agree that it is important to fight the SATURDAY,April 11 Senior Choir Rehearsal -
spread of communism.The 7 P.M. Bldg. 750

young men are quite knowledgeable about draft requirements, Early Breakfast Brunch Supper
but are not so well informed about the conditions and compensation Hot Grits Chicken Noodle Soup Tomato Rice Soup Thursday'Christian
associated with active military service. Eggs to Order Barbecued Beef Grilled Pork Chops Science Service -
The majority see good citizenship primarily in terms of obedience to Griddle Cakes French Fried Potatoes Onion GravyO'Brien : 8 P.M.
Broiled Bacon Slices Buttered Fresh Potatoes
law and pride in country. For them military service provides an opportunity Cake Doughnuts! Mixed Vegetables Frozen Seasoned Succotash

to serve their country.Combat Peach Crisp Raisin Nut Cup I i NATTC
Cakes Divine Worship 12 P.M. '

ReadinessBy 'Bldg. 500Evening
SUNDAY, April 12 Worship P.M.

Bldg. 500

LCdr. R.C. Franklin CMC USNIt Early Breakfast Brunch Supper -
Hot Farina Knickerbocker Soup Corn Chowder When a girl puts on perfume
Eggs to Order Grilled Cheese and Spanish Steaks
is not for certain to the Toast before a date, it.'sthe most dan-
uncommon foreign powers propagandize French Bacon Sandwich Mashed Potatoes
neutral countries of the world with the wearisome charge that the Grilled Ham Slices Potato Chips Buttered Peas fare.gerous form of. chemical war-

United States is a war mongering nation,bent on conflict for profit. Iced Bear Claws Hot Baked Beans and CarrotsIce
Cream Cups Blueberry Pie
Now we might for a moment compare this in the light of a term

which we in the Navy constantly remind ourselves of namely,

combat readiness. This we talk of and work at continually. What are MONDAY,April 12 Traffic
we trying to be ready for? Combat, to be sure. But certainly not for its

own sake. Our greatest military men have abhorred war for its own
Breakfast Dinner
sake and have dozen times been in to start and Supper ViolationsThe
; we a a position a war- Hot Grits Beef Rice Soup Minestrone Soup
refrained.But Eggs to Order Breaded Veal Cutlets Baked Lasagna
fight back! That's a different story. We are indeed prepared to Minced Beef on Toast Brown Gravy Pizza Pie

wage combat but for profit? Let our own initial statement declarethe Hash Brown Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Cuban Bread following is a report of
Crumb Coffee Cake Boiled Pinto Beans Buttered Brussels
reasons: 'All men are endowed by their Creator with certain Buttered Fresh Frozen Sprouts motor vehicle accidents and

rights; to secure these rights to ourselves and our posterity, govern- Vegetables Fruit Gelatin traffic violations for the period
ments are instituted! Our Navy is an arm of our government, and we Peanut Butter Cake Whipped Topping March 24 through March 30.
do mean to hold fast to those rights, if we have to fight for them. Noneof Butter Cream Icing

us is so stupid as to lose his life to gain a bank account. But, as was Number of Accidents

said to be ready to fight for family, for freedom, for future. That's a TUESDAY, ,April 14

different story.If This week 10
a man is prepared to resist the 'Noble Savage' his fellowman Total accidents this year through

when all that makes life worth living 'is at stake, even though Hot Breakfast Oatmeal Dinner French Onion Soup Supper March 30 84.

propaganda may call him a war-monger, his conscience will tell him Eggs to Order Roast Turkey Turkey Beef Pot Noodle Pie Soup Number of accidents through
that he is a man, and worthy of that proud title. Hot Griddle Cakes Natural Gravy with Biscuit March 1969' 78.
Baked Sausage Patties Mashed Potatoes
Topping Total number of days since last
Cinnamon Rolls Corn Bread Buttered Egg: Noodles
DressingButtered French Fried injury in a motor vehicle accident -
Fresh Frozen CauliflowerSouthern 23.
Broccoli Style Greens Number of Violations
a AX AIR NEWS Whipped Pumpkin ToppingWEDNBSDAYApril Pie Ice Cream Cups

This week 52.

IS Speeding 5.
Reckless driving 0.
The JAX AIR NEWS It a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Breakfast Dinner Going through stop sign 3.
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Supper
Hot Farina OU
Cream of Potato Soup Vegetable Soup violations 44.
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Eggs to Order Yankee Pot Roast Savory Baked Chicken Nineteen drivers appeared
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS French Toast Vegetable Gravy Chicken Gravy before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Deep Fried Fish Rice Pilaff Mashed Potatoes
Portions Buttered Green Peas Black Eyed Peas April 2. Disposition of the
Jacksonville by 12:00.noon on Monday before publication. News
Hash Brown Potatoes Banana Cream Pie Buttered Fresh Frozen cases included the following:
items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone 772-3118 or Praline Rolls Mixed Vegetables Eight lost driving and parking

3119. Applesauce Fluffy Icing Cake privileges aboard station for

various periods; eight were
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher'and queries THURSDAY, April.U assigned to complete an eight-
such should be directed
concerning to: hour
course in remedial driving;

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Supper nine received suspensions; four

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Dinner Tomato Soup were given warnings; seven were
Breakfast Chicken teak up Grilled Beef Liver dismissed; nine were fined (U.S.
388-2755
Telephone Salisbury orChili
Hot Oatmeal Brown Onion Gravy Macaroni Commissioner); and one was
Eggs to Order Hash Brown Potatoes Lyonalse referred to his commanding
Potatoes
VOL. 28 NO. 3 APRIL 9,. 1970 Pineapple Hot Cakes Beets In Orange Sauce Scalloped Corn officer for possible disciplinary
Broiled Bacon Slices Buttered Green Beans Devil's Food Cake action. Seven drivers were
Raised
Doughnuts Apricot Crisp Chocolate
Fudge Icing assessed 18 traffic points.



9, 1970 JAX. AIR, NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 3

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L-Atta Boys & Ship Overs Gunslinger Makes

Sara's 140,000th,

Cecil Field Lt. (jg) M. L. a
Tronbetta of the VA 105 'Gun-
slingers' highlighted three daysof
sea trials by the USS Saratogalast
week when he became the
140,000th pilot to land on the
carrier.
The three successful days of
sea trials ended April 1, for the
Mayport based attack carrier
and capped a 2Vi month
restricted availability period.
The next phase of the carrier's le
operating schedule began
Monday when the ship left the
Mayport Navy base for crew
training.
.. More than $1 million was spent
during the 66 day repair and
overhaul period while the ship
was moored at the naval station.A .
Jacksonville shipyard was .. .
contracted to do the work that RAMMIE'S HOUSE. Cdr. T. C. Casimes (right), CO of VA-83, and
included many minor equipment Cdr.W.J. Shewchuk,squadron XO,cut the ribbon on the new home for
overhauls and the installation ofa the 'Rampager's' mascot, Rammie. The mascot's new residence is
new telephone system adding located behind Cdr. Casimes1 quarters at Cecil Field.
JOINS CVW 1 Capt. William G. Sizemore (left), Attack Carrier more than 700 line extensions to
Air Wing ONE commander.welcomes Cdr. F. J. Withers, CO of VA46's the present system. Credit Card Owners .w.r.
'Clansmen CVW1. VA-46 was formerly attached to CVW3.
CVW-1 recently returned from a nine-month deployment to the GOING. COMMWCIAL / ( A word of caution to gasoline the till, puts the money in his
Mediterranean aboard the USS John F. Kennedy (CVA-67)), the fleet's AIR?!! ...... CJ.. ?*> IA. credit card users who plan to pocket and you pick up the tab,
newest carrier. .\.i ''l". '..".... ...... make cross country trips this often without noticing. the dif
f. ,:;;; summer. Pay close attention ference.
1' -"': ','.' I ( when you fill up.
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: ... .: --r 1,90iflRMl 1 It's simple for an unscrupulous The customer is resonsible for
." .:.' service station attendant to payment on all credit card
.,.". ... \, ,.; \. ,IjI.... ( imprint two invoices at the time transactions, unless he can prove
# ,:'. )<< I 1580" ;.- of the sale. You sign one, and he fraud. If you're cheated on a
:j tAM I tro)+OIITMt wig J! forgets the other after you have cross country trip, it's hard to go
driven away.Then he throws it in back and argue.
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'HORN ETS'AWARDED- Receiving awards during VA-44's change ,\,'-li
of command ceremony March 30 were (back row, left to right), Lt. J. ': ,.j-If.,
R. Watkins, third Navy. Commendation MedalLt. J. T.Nash, LCdr. L. '
H. Reavis, and LCdr. A. G. Bell, 15th Air Medals; Cdr. M. D. Fitzgerald .:'o'J Af ;
Combat Action Ribbonmiddle( row, left to right)ATCS L. D.
King, commendation letter YN3 C. H. Miller, Navy Achievement
Medal; PR3 P. L. Larsen, ADJ2 L. R. Miller, and AE2 H. F. o o
Barrington, advanced to present rate; and (kneeling, left to right) L4 .. ,
YN3 E. W. Coulliette,commendation letter;and ABE2 G. C. Lawrence .
and AME 2 E. L. Farrell, both advanced. Not pictured are ATI J. F. .
Frency, Navy Unit Commendation. 0 .. .. .' Irzz.l



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1 Supervisor Actions Mechanic

&

Effect Bias CasesThe Earns $500

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Civil Service Commission has changed the criteria for deter For ToolSuggestion

mining whether government supervisors are biased against employees f.
because of race, religion or sex. + : "
Previously when employees charged discrimination in promotion or
other personnel actions, thedecision was based on what occurred in 'y-

the particular case. a Jax Herman A. Jones
This made it difficult for employees to prove their charges, since :, M ,
supervisors could claim that they had followed the rules and ; t, an aircraft engine

regulations and that no bias had occurred. mechanic at the Naval Air
Under the Commission's new rules, a supervisor's past actions and Rework Facility is $500
attitudes towards employees under her supervision will be taken into '
richer because he
account by agency appeal discrimination boards as well as the \ today
commission itself. "A., came up with an Idea that

For example, the pattern of past promotional opportunities or lack r! will save the Navy about
of opportunities given Negroes and women under a supervisor's $$33.000 year.
>jurisdiction will be taken into account when an employee files chargesof
discrimination. w. y1 Jones, who works in the
1
'Discrimination is subtle,' the Civil Service Commission told facility's Power Plant Division
agencies in ordering adoption of the new methods. 'One of the best suggested that a tool be designedto
indications of the motivation of the supervisor is his previous actions H.A. Jones of NAR F accepts a $500 check from Cdr. L. I. Wood, XO, aid in the repairing of com

toward members of the group concerned in the complaint.' for his beneficial suggestion. pressor drive rotors on the
missile engine for Air Force B .


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II. mechanics had been unable to
assemble the turbine rotar
Wev because it had to be heated to
over 700 degrees in the

reassembly process.
Machinists at the plant went to
work on Jones' idea and designeda
Motfaag tool to hold the heated discs as
the assembly is placed back

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During his nine years workingat
the local facility Jones has also
Money made other money saving
f suggestions one earned him a
beneficial suggestion check of
$647. Others have been as low as
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$20.The
beneficial suggestion
system works and other employees
can also get in on the
I cash rewards that come with
such ideas.

Anyone with a suggestion is
invited to submit their idea, andif

approved, they too, can be
rewarded while at the same time

: saving money for the Navy and
American taxpayers.

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By SN Pat WilliamsOn 'j

Sunday, April 12th, the AE 'A' and AO 'A' School Navy thousands of people every year is 8 8f 8r
NATTC Drill Team known as the students who must have and the outstanding public relations
Jaxon Lancers, will participatein maintain a perfect disciplinary job they are doing for the Navy.
the Jacksonville Beach Spring record and a scholastic averageof With action, color and
Day Parade. 80 to be accepted. showmanship taking the spotlightmore
The Jax Beach parade is just What seems to surprise most and more these days,
one of many events that this people is that members of the NATTC's Jaxon Lancers are
crack precision drill team has team don't spend all of their time showing everybody that the Navy
been invited to perform in this drilling. They attend classes lacks none of these.
year. The team has been well during the working day, and do
received by audiences in Florida their drilling in the late afternoon AE CHIEF SHIPS OVER
and south Georgia since August while their shipmates go on .
1959, and are very much in liberty. Practice normally takes An AE 'A' School instructor,
demand for parades and festivals up about an hour a day four days AEC Joe D. Bell, took his third
the week but before reenlistment oath in the captain's
throughout year. per per-
Taking time from their busy formances practice is limited office last week.
. schedule of statewide ap only by the time available. Chief Bell, who has just
pearances, they also perform at Another item that makes this recently returned from four
NATTC personnel inspections team somewhat different is the weeks of instructor training
where they spin their rifles and rapid turnover of its members, school in Memphis,was a studentat
flash their for the with tenure of four to '
bayonets an average
the AE 'B' School earlier in his FIRST ROCKER Melvin K. Hotchkiss receives the
members of their own command. five months, or the length of the SSgt.
Under the direction of AEC schools. 15 years of naval service. his new rank at a ceremony Thursday from Mal| John C. Weare,
Jacob Wilson, CPO in charge, The team started out with 20 Before reporting to this executive officer. SSgt. Hotchkiss is attached to MAD as an
the team goes through a patternof men, but now it's kept at an command last November, he structor.

up to 50 different maneuvers to average of about 30. was stationed at Oceana, Va., ,.... .. ... .... .. ..
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entertain their fans. A function of the Jaxon Lancers with the well-known 'Red Rippers' ""...=".;w."Itt..t;" :.............o..;:---ii... .... o;:...:-e :. <:<;..,.......;ttM.I ...
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WE CATER TO SERVICEMEN!
OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION j We Help/ All//
JAY'S STANDARD We Con// FISHERS

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We Aim Headlights, Replace Bulbs 1- : CIVIC CLUIS tIIRTHDAY PETE TRUDEAU
And Windshield Wiper Blades t a (USN Ret.) Dealer \
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PHONE 264-5343 PHONE 771.2803 825 Blanding Boulevard

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Aid, Information to Jax NewcomersJax ys


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-If you're new on base and kits' which contain necessary available.If ?
need help in learning your way items such as kitchen utensils you are not new In
around, or if you have a special dishes ironing boards linen and Jacksonville, but instead are ,
problem and don't know who to infants' furniture. The kits are planning to depart soon Family r
turn to, the NAS Family Services rented on a four week basis for Services can help you out by 1 tx
Center may be able to provide a 50 cents per week.Temporary briefing you on what to expectat f
solution. housing is often an your next duty station. The
inconvenience to the budget of Center maintains Information '
Established in 1966 for the military families who are seekinga brochures on all U. S. Naval ,'q
purpose of assisting new arrivals new home. The Family Services activities with Army and Air
and helping persons with their Center provides full informationon Force supplements which may be 4

problems, the Family Services the Navy Exchange Guest obtained free at your request. a'6
,Center is now equipped to provide House here which offers the When personal emergencies or
military personnel and their comforts of home at a minimum problems arise, the experiencedstaff
dependents with a widevvariety of price. at Family Services are

information and supplies ranging Maps and brochure guides to eager to help when possible, andif
from nursery items to tourist off-base housing are also your problem requires specific i

brochures. available at Family Services, attention, they will refer you to
plus information about the exchange the proper agency which can best
Since its origin, the center has i
the the the assistance.
commissary, give necessary
from a small section of the
grown nursery, and all the recreational The Family Services Center is
Mainside Enlisted Lounge staffed
facilities aboard the station. open Monday through Friday
full-time and
by one one
yeoman:
To help newcomers get from 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m., and the
Family Services officer to the
acquainted with the Jacksonvillearea number to call is ext. 2845. For
large, comfortable facility it is
the Center has brochures and assistance visit
maps ,
today, with two offices, two staff guiding to the points of interest the Center's office location in LENDING A HAND LCdr. M. D. Burnside, Family Services of.
members and a full time officer. and directories which describethe Bldg. 955 where you will be ficer, assists a dependent in putting together a child's crib. The crib
and industries atmosphere will be included in a hospitality kit, and will be rented on a four-week
For families who have recently companies greeted by ahomey'
moved here and are awaiting the located in this vicinity. and a sincere welcome basis.

arrival of their household goods, Publications on night clubs and which only begin to explain what .
the Center provides 'hospitality tourist attractions are also Family Services is all about. i

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abundantly on tables and shelves for everyone's use. .:
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Jax-Young men the Marine For further information on the

HOUSING REFERRAL-John B. Bernstein (I), assistant Family Services director, and SN Mary Corps Air Reserve has openingsin Marine Corps ,Air Reserve six
I Stillson give new arrivals some tips on where the most convenient and practical housinglocationscanbe the six-month training month program, call Gunnery
found. The couple will also be provided with maps and tourist brochures to help them get program. It entails going active Sergeant Perry at 772-2950, or
acquainted with the area. duty for only six months, and stop by building 900 at NAS
with the exception of summer Jacksonville.
CLIPPER/ -VERLINE/ training for two weeks the
r. -..- - --- I'
T-CRAFT remainder of your drills are HONI 3..US
spent right here at NAS 1 I I
MERCRUISER Jacksonville, one weekend a .1 I

MERCURY STERNDRIVES month.The program begins with 63 (!

i Y 1 I OUTBOARDS days at Parris Island, S.C., for I
:. basic training. Following basic 1 s'' !! 1240-1291 KING ST I
training, the next step is JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 322O4WANTED
EXPERT( ; 1 I'
REPAIR :: depended on what the young
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24 Month, TRAINED :: aviation type school,he will come EQUIPMENT. WE PAY
tionalGuannh(,0 00 toil. 0ncondis MECHANICS fUA to Jax for about three weeks I TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 I

: lm :;W:m# ., aviation fundamentals, and thenon BRING THIS AD WITH'YOU! !
to another school for his
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specific military occupational
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INSTANT CREDIT '; aviation type school such as:
Sales I Service administration, intelligence,

.. NO DOWN "z11(..T.WHITTIr :. Hwy 17 Orange Park motor transport, etc., he will
PAYMENT spend three weeks at Camp
LeJuene, N.C. ( )afiuan
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$2,50_
LONG ..,.

TERMS 0 MONTHLY SPECIALI! (JY/Ias;/

ALL OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOW

WE UNDERSELL ALL depal'ments'oles, SHRIMP or CHICKEN San Juan at Niblick

company stores & independent lire i dealers' Phone 384-4406
ALL YOU CAN EAT

-1, 2 and 3 Bedrooms
r ForOny.$1.19Includes/ Garden Type Apartments with
Country Club Atmosphere
French Fries Kitchens equipped with G-E
Cole Slaw & Rolls -Ranges & Refrigerators
_Individual Air Conditioning and
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TOP HAT DRIVE IN .Drapes furnished
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i Naval Careers Close !

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As Five Piped AshoreJax .


h hundred thirty five Lt Marion B. Robinson beganhis
v years of active duty is a lot of Naval career upon entering
man hours on the job for the boot camp in San Diego followingthe
defense of your country but that's end of World War II in.
what three officers and two December 1945. The next two
enlisted men completed when dozen years found Robinson = 1 = i : :::
'they were piped ashore last weekat serving in various squadrons
Jax. ranging from patrol to torpedo or ,
Lt Charles L.Williams, former attack groups. His shore duty iibb11 '$ :i ifK
Y Ground Electronics Maintenance stretches across the U. S. with 1
in California Texas and .vac 'e
officer with Communications, set stops ,
out on his 30 year Naval careeras Florida. He received his com-
,_ Lt.and Mrs. Parker an apprentice seaman at mission as Ensign on Jan. 12, 1960
Norfolk, Va. in March 1940. and was attached to the Weapons
From there it was step after Department at NAS Jax.
ry';:\.: step moving from sea or foreign AFCM Sam A. Baker, former P01 and Mrs. Ha Her man
duty with patrol squadrons to leading chief atAOMD, put on his
shore duty from Washington, D. first white hat in 1939 and has types of military aircraft from Halterman's service began as a
I C. to Jacksonville. Lt Williams been going 'all ahead.full" ever transports and bombers to jets, recruit at Great Lakes and he
received his commission as since. One of the 'pioneer' training planes and helicopters. served tours all along the East
Ensign in July 1957. enlisted men in naval aviation he Coast of the U.S. as well as Texas
Lt. Richard J. Parker of became a trouble shooter on the P01 Richard H. Halterman of and Tennessee. Upon his
Weapons also hit the 30 year two seated bi planes as a the Pinecastle early warning retirement Halterman was
mark after he began an enlist- seaman second class. As the range hung up his white hat after commended for his dedicationand
ment at the training center in San Navy progressed so did'Big Sam' 22 years of active federal servicein the example he has shown to
.:;.---w.........., .."t..'r.,..., Diego, Calif in January 1940. and he has !handled jobs on many the Armed Forces. younger men in the Navy

-" -. \ His tours of duty range from
"' 'I' carrier and cruiser duty at to
1>\" ....' sea
ti"! i"f\ ;.!; shore duty in Japan, Californiaand i'i
'f.'< \,. i finally Key West and I
l' Jacksonville in Florida. Parker, / 1 I 'I I
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who received his commission as
.,.' lieutenant (j j. g.) in March 1963,
'f holds numerous ribbons from : hF : I ;Iu] P 1 I [u1'II1 Nr411'

Lt.,and Mrs. Robinson action in World War II. Among '
them are the Asiatic Pacific

Campaign Medal, Philippine 'Ii ,
Liberation Campaign Medal and
World War II Victory Medal. .

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Navy NotebookCREDIT r


Cecil SportsBy ACHIEVEMENTS FOR the PAST futurea

copy of Enlisted Evacuation
Reports and the Enlisted Per-
DTC J.D. Irewster formance Report, page 9 of your
service record,will be retained in .
your service record upon
reenlistment. This change is
'unseasonable' Five. Only four now
Barring an games
intended to enhance service
downpour, softball will start separate the first and ninth reputation. your
Monday. Thirteen teams are place teams.
scheduled to see action. Games Spunaugle of VA-174 No. 1 t., v 4 '
OVERSEAS TOUR LENGTHS o
will be played nightly, Monday rolled a 581 series and a high Enclosure ((1)) BUPERSINST 4
of 224. Seven bowlers rolled
through Thursday commencingat game
1300.26D has been revised,
5 p.m 200 or better games, and 15 men
providing a current list of tour
The 1970 edition of the Old Men recorded 500 series. VA-174 No. 1
'(the CPO rocking chair set) will has high team series scratch witha lengths for accompanied and
make it's debut later in the pin fall of 2644. unaccompanied personnel or-
dered to duty at overseas shore
c4BOXING!
season. Action would have Team standings:
activities. The revision also in
started earlier but continual cold
dicates those overseas stations _
weather curtailed
practicenone Administration 14.6BOQ where dependents are not
of the ancient mariners can stand 146 per-
inclement weather. their elderly VA-174 No.1 13tt6ViVA72 mitted.

joints need thawing out. NAMTD No.2 13.7 13-7
Cecil Field's self-styled oracleT. VA-83 11.' AUTOMATIC ADVANCEMENT -
J. Puckett has made his an- AMD 11.' -Some graduatesof CHAMPS- Boxers from two Cecil Field based squadrons
nual predictions as to the final Medical 10.10 certain Class 'A' and Service copped title trophies at the Sixth Naval District Championship
winners in the major leagues. He VA-44 Dental 10.10 8.12 Schools may now be advanced matches held in Orlando March 23 27. SA Dewayne Colbert (left) of
picks Montreal, San Diego, Operations. 7.13 without competing in a Navy VA-87's personnel office won the light heavyweight title. AA Dallas
Cleveland and Seattle to finish VA-174 No.2 6'Ia.13'12 wide advancement examination. Garcia of VA-44 ground support (center) was named light welter
first in their respective leagues.He NAMTD No. 5-15 Consult BuPers Notice 1430 of weight champ and the East Coast runner up, and SN Eugene Carterof
was more than somewhat APTU 4.16 Feb. 11/1970 for details. VA-87 administration won the district heavyweight title and was
amazed to learn that the Seattle Cecil Fields entrant in the a Iso East Coast runner up in his class.FORE .
franchise had been moved to forthcoming 6th Naval District
Milwaukee but not to extent that bowling is comprised of the
he would alter his predictions. It following bowlers: Robert
should also be pointed out that Gunter, William Monical, John HONDA
Oracle Puckett also is picking his MacKintosh, James Harberts
augmented Dental team to take it and Larry Howard. The 1970 MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
all in Cecil Field softball. tourney will be held in Key West 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
PHONE 771-8144

standings BOWLINGThe in National Buy

League bowling tightened up r I 120th St.
considerably last week as the Bonds
Administrative team moved intoa
first place tie with the fine BOQ eJ

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Publisher '

Call: 388-2755 MOVIE SCHEDULE

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

Jacksonville for publication the following Thursday. Ads
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AFTERBURNER s arriving too late for this deadline will be
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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the

publisher Is Instructed! otherwise. A check or Movies will be shown nightly at Shariff and Julie Christie.- M E

money order for the full cost of the ad must be the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. ((197 mins.)

S received WITH the copy for the ad. There will also be a kiddie HOSPITAL: 'CAPTAIN NEMO

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a & THE UNDERWATER CITY'

,Jacksonville, Florida '
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand
S Per additional line (4 words ptr line) holidays.The .

Hospital Theater will have MONDAY,April 13

one nightly feature at? p.m. Cecil NAS: 'CHASTITY' Color

::'::::\\tj EMPLOYMENT.1;\i!i!' t v j yfik WANTED: Field will have two nightly shows melodrama starring Cher and
r ; ,;: t'IMAM'lllit:HOM: $@ 11 May BR.,or 2 June Bath,Equity Dining, Orange R., Family Park,R.3.4,. during the week at 5:30: and 8p.m. Steven mins. Whittaker. R G ((85

double garage. D.L.-Roark, VT-4, NAS Matinees will be shown on )
SERVICE WIVES Pensacola, Fla. 32508.WANTEDTO. weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. HOSPITAL: 'DOCTOR
RIVERVIEW MOBILE HOME PARK ZHIVAGO'
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS
For Rent Riverfront mobile home
BUY
THURSDAY April 9
Jobfinders-1372 Cassat 387-5626 or 1022
Park Street, 3547888. spaces for people who care. Quiet, Orange Park area 3 BR. home Have NAS: 'HOW TO COMMITMARRIAGE' TUESDAY
,April 14
large shaded lots, with large patios, equity money. Call LCdr. (Ret.) 768-
paved streets, excellent drinking 2708. Color comedy NAS: 'TAKE THE MONEY
CUSTODIANWork water & no mosquitoes. Free boat starring Bob Hope and Jane AND RUN' Color comedy
afternoon & evening hours as dockage.. Adults only. 12 miles So. of Wyman. M G ((98 mins.) starring Woody Allen and Janet
for maintain new Credit MILITARY
necessary NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek.
Union office. Duties Include cleaning Ph. ((904)) 284-3369. Green Cove BUYING-SELLING-RENTINO HOSPITAL: 'THE OBLONG' Margowlan. M E ((85 mins.)
carpet, floors, dusting, etc. Retirees Springs. Let a retired shipmate assist you with BOX' Color horror starring HOSPITAL: 'CHASITY'WEDNESDAY
eligible. Contact: Employment Office, your housing needs. CAM) Sam Vincent Price and Christopher
Jax Navy Fed. Credit Union, Bldg. 39 Tawney, USN (Ret.) Evenings 264- Lee. M G ((95 mins.) ,April 15
NAS Jax. JUSTISSTRAILER PARK 4693.
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Terpening Realty NAS: 'THE HAPPY ENDING'
CASHIERSPART.TIMENeed trailer and Apts. 3893007. Realtor 781-0020 FRIDAY,April 10 Color drama starring Jean

several with good experience. 24-Hr. NAS: '101 DALMATIONS' Simmons and John Forsythe. M .

Cashier experience with bank, financeco. MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea 8029 Normandy Color cartoon. G. E ((79 mins.). VG ((116 mins.)

., or credit union especially helpful. HOSPITAL: 'HOW TO HOSPITAL: 'TAKE THE
Working hours open. Contact: Em. ( Mobile Home Park) /iMIle ".'. COMMIT MARRIAGE' MONEY
AND RUN'LEFT
ployment Office, Jax Navy Federal North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near RENTALS:
Credit Union, Bldg. 39 NAS Jax. schools and shopping center. Clean, _
and reasonable rates. Manager on SATURDAY, April 11 k II
premises., Children and pets NAS' CAPTAIN NEMO AND '
PART-TIME welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3899226. !1 s 1
11 AM., 4 PM. Apply Burger Chef. ORANGE PARK THE UNDERWATER CITY' *
6238 103rd St. 2 BR, House furn.,5 mins.to NAS, TV, Color adventure starring Robert ? ;
Linens, utensils optional. Will rent to
NEW TWO BEDROOM TAD Ryan and Chuck Connors. G VG
personnel or bachelors. 2646884.
Trailer, For Rent on Private ((105 mins).
Property. Couples only. 2642259. '
MISCELLANEOUS: ORANGE PARK HOSPITAL : 101

2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn. Dishwasher DALMATIONS'SUNDAY
COUNTRY LIVING Carpets, Drapes. Elizabeth
2 BR. Trailer, 1 acre of land, $85. a Apts., 771.1405 or 771.3355 ,April 12
BE A RADIO OR month. Middleburg area. 264-5221 or NAS: 'DOCTOR ZHIVAGO-

TVANNOUNCERRecorded 2825235. HOUSE FOR RENT Color Drama starring! Omar
message by leading an
Unfurn. 2 BR., Den, Carpet, A-C,
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. _
355-2944. REAL! ESTATE Patio, & Gar. Spotless. 2 ml. from os
NAS., $125 mo. 4712 Tlmuquana Ave. b Iy O.
SWAP
Will trade down for '55 Chev. Vt Ton
GEORGE'S KENNELS 'HIDDEN WATERS' Pickup with body In good condition.
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots WIL-MAR APTS. Have '61 Chev. Station Wag., V-8, Std.
delivery Est. 1925. Poodle available. Excellent fishing, boating, 2 Br., LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., Trans., for trade. 772.8087.
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 swimming. Mobile Home area. Also, .Air''' Cond., ,Parking for 2, cars off
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and permanent home area. High, wooded street. $95 unfurn. $115 Furn. (plus '68 OPEL SPORT COUPE f r'a
Edgewood) 3890064. lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake tax) Water, Garbage and Sewage Beautiful economy, Radio, 4 Spd.,
Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 725-3992. furn. Days 3872541. Nights & trans., A-l cond. See A.T. Madison,
weekends 3890744. Credit Union Cecil Field 771-3211 Ex. ss ....
215, or after 5 p.m. 398-9314.
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS MODERN RIVERFRONT HOMEBy
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape Owner, Excellent cond. Bulkhead,
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Dock and Boathouse. In city limits. NEAR NAS& CECIL ORDERS TO EUROPE s1
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stock. Full warrantyl! Phone 771-0409. 908 Myrtle Ave. Green Cove Springs. Furn. Apt., 2 BR., Swimming Pool, Must sell 68 Pontiac LeMans Sports : : i :
284-3313. fenced yard, $75. 7710348. Coupe, under warranty. Factory air,
For Appt. P.S., P.B., A.T., console radio. Ver
doro Green Black Interior, excellent '
FOR SALE OR RENT condition. A Dream to Drive. 772-0706. FLANK Trim Jody
MARRIAGES PERFORMED RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your : Powers thinks a cost redaction
4655 Post. 388-4929. Rev. 1:..(;. equity or let us rent your home. '!Iif,1r!: ,;! i : r 'Yii SAVE $'1 suggestion .is a swell maneuver,
Hastings. REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for On 1966 Mustang with R&H, A.C., and it pays off, too r (Photo
map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor A.T., P.S. Good WSW tires. Good courtesy Las Vegas News Bureau *
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771.7866.


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LIVE CRABS and FRESH FISH
Willford's Fish Camp 2649707. SPECIAL! 67 VW SEDAN $1350

Air, R&H,'Extra Clean, Low mileage.
SETOF4 TRY OUR DELICIOUS' 4 1 MUSTANG +} 2 $1850

1969 'PGA Aluminum Shaft Golf White, R & H, Air conditioned, Auto transmission.
Woods. 1969 Mercedes 280-SE 9,000 CLUB DELMONICOU. 67 MUSTANG $1450
orlg. miles, exc. cond. 772.3334 or 264- 2 Dr. Hardtop, Automatic trans., V 8.
5804.. 67 FALCON $1100
S. CHOICEBAKED
Futura, Clean.
FREIGHT DISCOUNT W/SOUR 67 RAMBLER $975
Brand New, Slightly Scratched POTATO CREAM
Universal Zlg-Zag Sewing Machine, SALAD W/CHOICE OF DRESSING 2 Dr., Clean, New paint.
$.42. Credenza Stereo Console $86. HOT BUTTERED ROLLSTrout's 66 PLYMOUTH STA. WAG. $1250

Underwood Typewriter (Used) $15. Air, V-8, Automatic trans., R&H, Clean. .
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1946.: Ask for Mr. Joseph. Free home 66 OLDS STARFIRE $1400

Warehouse trial and delivery., 1606 Main No obligation.Street. A-1 2.15 2 Dr., Hardtop, R&H, Air, & All power,,Maroon,

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Machines y.
TEN TO SELL

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monograms. 20 yr. guarantee, 5 yr.
3943 Roosevelt Blvd.
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-

Navy NotebookCREDIT


Cecil SportsBy ACHIEVEMENTS FOR the PAST futurea

copy of Enlisted Evacuation
Reports and the Enlisted Per-

DTC J.D. Irewster formance Report, page 9 of your
service record,will be retained in
your service record upon
reenlistment. This change is
'unseasonable' Five. Only four now
Barring an games
intended to enhance service
downpour, softball will start separate the first and ninth reputation. your
Monday. Thirteen teams are place teams.
scheduled to see action. Games Spunaugle of VA-174 No. 1
OVERSEAS TOUR LENGTHS
will be played nightly, Monday rolled a 581 series and a high
-Encl ure ((1)) BUPERSINST
of 224. Seven bowlers rolled
through Thursday commencing game
1300.26D has been revised,
at 5 p.m 200 or better games, and 15 men
providing a current list of tour
The 1970 edition of the Old Men recorded 500 series. VA-174 No. 1 as
lengths for accompanied and
'(the CPO rocking chair set) will has high team series scratch with
unaccompanied personnel or-
make it's debut later in the a pin fall of 2644.
dered to duty at overseas shore
Action would have Team
season. standings:
activities. The revision also in
started earlier but continual cold
dicates those overseas stations
weather curtailed practicenone Administration 146 where dependents are not permitted -
of the ancient mariners can stand BOQ 146
inclement weather- their elderly VA-WNO. 1 13'/j' .6Va .
joints need thawing out. VA72NAAATD 137
No 2 137
Cecil Field's self-styled oracle VA-83 11:9T. : AUTOMATIC ADVANCEMENT
J. Puckett has made his anMMedical 11.? -Some graduatesof BOXING CHAMPS- Boxers from two Cecil Field based squadrors
nual predictions as to the 10.10 certain Class 'A' and Service copped title trophies at the Sixth Naval District Championship
winners in the major leagues He VA46 Dental 18.12. Schools may now be advanced matches held in Orlando March 23 27. SA Dewayne Colbert (left) of
picks Montreal, San Diego, Operations 7.13 without competing in a Navy VA-8Ts personnel office won the light heavyweight title. AA Dallas
Cleveland and Seattle to finish VA-174 No.2NAMTDNo 6Vj.13V wide advancement examination. Garcia of VA-44 ground support (center) was named light welter
first in their respective leagues 1 5.15 Consult BuPers Notice 1430 of weight champ and the East Coast runner up, and SN Eugene Carter
He was more than somewhai APTU ..16 Feb. 111970 for details. of VA-87 administration won the district heavyweight title and was
amazed to learn that the Seattle Cecil Fields entrant in the also East Coast runner.up in his class.FORE .
franchise had been moved to forthcoming 6th Naval District
Milwaukee but not to extent that bowling is comprised of the
he would alter his predictions. It following bowlers: Robert
should also be pointed out that Gunter, William Monical, John HONDA
Oracle Puckett also is picking his MacKintosh, James Harberts
augmented Dental team to take it and Larry Howard. The 1970 MOTORS CYCLES CO.
all in Cecil Field softball.tourney will be held in Key West. 4949 BLANDING BLVD.

PHONE 771-8244


The standings BOWLING in National B u Y

League bowling tightened up I I 120th St.
considerably last week as. the Bonds
Administrative team moved intoa
first place tie with the fine BOQ ij
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6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388 7676 four years on the first tee of the NAS Cecil Field Golf Course. He was

CALL US ANYTIME sworn in by his commanding officer and golf partner of the day, f** ..
Commander J J. Lahr immediately proceeding an intramural match \J
P-L-E-N-T-Y /
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *.

Publisher MOVIE

Call: 388-2755 SCHEDULEMovies

JAXAIR-NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

NAS Jacksonville for publication the lo'lowing! Thursday. Ads

AFTERBURNER arriving too 'late for this deadline will be

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE' published the following week unless the

publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or will be shown nightly at Shariff and Julie Christie.. M E

money order for the full cost of the ad must be the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. ((197 mins.)

received WITH the copy for the ad. There will also be a kiddie HOSPITAL: 'CAPTAIN NEMO
4747 San Juan Avenue i RATEt Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a & THE UNDERWATER CITY'

Jacksonville, Florida regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand
Per additional line ((4 words per line) holidays.

The Hospital Theater will have MONDAY,April 13

one nightly feature at? p.m. Cecil NAS: 'CHASTITY' Color
'
\tEM' \; ;; LOYME TLWt!;! ; ..BIC6)jOMft May or June Equity WANTED, Orange Park, 3-" Field will have two nightly shows Steven melodrama Whittaker.starring R Cher- G and(85
during the week at 5:30 and
: 8
BR., 2 Bath, Dining R., Family R.,,
double garage. D.L'Roark, VT-4, NAS p.m. Matinees will be shown on mins.)
SERVICE WIVES Pensacola. Fla. 32508. weekends at, 2 and 5 p.m. HOSPITAL : 'DOCTOR
RIVERVIEW MOBILE HOME PARK ZIIIVAGO'
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS
Jobflnders-1372 Cassat 387.5626 or 1022 For Rent Riverfront mobile home WANTEDTOBUYOrange THURSDAY,April 9
Park Street. 35 .78B8. spaces for people who care. Quiet, Park area. 3 BR. home Have NAS: 'HOW TO COMMIT
TUESDAY 14
large shaded lots, with large patios, equity money. Call LCdr. (Ret.) 768- April
paved streets, excellent drinking 2708. MARRIAGE' Color comedy NAS: 'TAKE THE MONEY
CUSTODIANWork water 8 no mosquitoes. Free boat starring Bob Hope and Jane AND RUN' Color comedy
afternoon & evening hours as dockage.. Adults only. 12 miles So. of Wymatu M G ((98 mins.) starring Woody Allen and Janet
necessary tor/ maintain new Credit NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek.Ph. MILITARY
Union office. Duties Include cleaning ((904)) 2843369. Green Cove BUYING-SELLING-RENTING HOSPITAL: 'THE OBLONG'BOX' Margowlan. M E ((85 mins.)
carpet, floors, dusting, etc. .Retirees Springs. Let a retired shipmate assist you with Color horror starring HOSPITAL: 'CHASITY'WEDNESDAY
eligible. Contact: Employment Office, your housing needs. CAM Sam Vincent Price and Christopher
Jax Navy Fed. Credit Union, Bldg. 39 Tawney, USN (Ret.) Evenings 264- Lee. M G ((95 mins.) .April 15
NAS Jax. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 4693.
1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Terpening Realty NAS: 'THE HAPPY ENDING'
CASHIERS-PART.TIME trailer and Apts. 389-3007. Realtor 781.0020 FRIDAY,April 10 Color drama starring Jean
Need several with good experience. 24-Hr. NAS: '101 DALMATIONS' Simmons and John Forsythe. M .
Cashier experience with bank, financeco. MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea 8029 Normandy Color cartoon. G E ((79 mins.). VG ((116 mins.)
., or credit union especially helpful. HOSPITAL: 'HOW TO HOSPITAL: 'TAKE THE
Working hours open. Contact: Em. ( Mobile Home Park) i/iMlle
ployment Office, Jax Navy Federal North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near \\i \IM.:;.}j ;fiE N'iALS'ii'{; i1\f ] it., i COMMIT MARRIAGE'SATURDAY MONEY AND RUN'
Credit Union, Bldg. 39 NAS Jax. schools and shopping center. Clean,
and reasonable 'rates. Manager on April 11
premises. Children and pets NAS' CAPTAIN NEMO AND
PA RT-TIME welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3899226.
ORANGE PARK THE UNDERWATER
11 AM., 4 PM. Apply Burger Chef. CITY' N
6238 103rd St.MISCELLANEOUS. 2 BR, House furn.,5 mina to NAS, TV, Color adventure starring Robert
NEWTWO BEDROOM TAD Linens, utensils optional. Will rent to Ryan and Chuck Connors. G VG
personnel or bachelors. 264-6884.
Trailer, For Rent on Private ((105 mins).

, :ii!:' :": ; :: $I;; Property. Couples only. 2642259. ORANGE PARK DALMATIONS'SUNDAY HOSPITAL : 101

2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn. Dish
COUNTRY LIVING washer, Carpets, Drapes. Elizabeth
2 BR. Trailer, 1 acre of land, $85. a Apts., 771-1405 or 771-3355 April 12
BE A RADIO OR month. Middleburg area. 26 -5221 or NAS: 'DOCTOR ZHIVAGO- r
TV ANNOUNCER 2825235. Color Drama starring! Omar
HOUSE FOR RENT
Recorded message by leading an ,

nouncer 3552944.tells,you how. Call any hour. jrj}:t;',REAf, ,:,ESTATE: :iN: :::: i;:"ji Unfurn.Patio, & 2 Gar.BR.,Spotless.Den, Carpet 2 ml., from A-C, u"Ctr'

NAS. $125 mo. 4712 Tlmuquana Ave. SWAP g. ;.

Will trade down for '55 Chev. Vt Ton
GEORGE'S KENNELS 'HIDDEN WATERS' Pickup with body In good condition.
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots WIL-MAR APTS. Have '61 Chev. Station Wag., V-8, Std.
delivery Est., 1925. Poodle available. Excellent fishing, boating, 2 Br., LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., Trans., for trade. 7728087.
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 swimming. Mobile Home area. Also, Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and permanent home area. High, wooded Street. $95 unfurn. $115 Furn. (plus '6IOPELSPORTCOUPE
Edgewood) 3890064. lots E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake tax) Water, Garbage and Sewage Beautiful economy, Radio, 4 Spd.,
Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 725-3992. furn. Days 3872541. Nights & trans., A-l cond. See A.T. Madison,
weekends :389-0744. Credit Union Cecil Field 771.3211 Ex. ,' ,
215, or after 5 p.m. 398-9314.
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MARRIAGES PERFORMED RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your :' Powers thinks a cost reduction
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Hastings. REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for On 1966 Mustang with R&H, A.C., and it pays off, too r (Photo
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Nine MAD Marines Complete



: 100 Miles and Keep Going z :


Jax The first nine men to
complete 100 miles in the MAD
100 Mile Club received their
I J completion certificates Friday '7 IF
from Maj. John C. Weare, MAD
executive officer.
The 16-man club was started in

January by Capt. G.W. Baker,
:; MAD athletic officer, and it F
',,,;1' .'"
'. demanded that each member run
''' < *;.,,\, r,; >S: on the average of at least three
I 'f ;\ \,$}, "" r.- miles a week and log in their own
:
'
( 17'
,'. <, 1'. ,a, J' "&1 h100 miles on the honor system at the
& ...... -
training office. Upon completionof ,
MILE CLUB. Mal| John C. Weare, MAD executive officer (far the 100 miles each member is
right), presents 100 mile certificates to nine members of the MAD 100 presented a certificate.The .
mile club. Left to right are* Capt. C. N. Ponder, GySgt. E. Thomas, first runner to completethe
LCpl. R. A. Drach,MGst. J. R. Mencum, LCpl. H. H. Litchfield, AECSJ. 100 miles was GySgt. E. Aq
E. Borgmeier, Sgt. R.W. Bryant, Capt. G. W. Baker and MSgt. K. L. Thomas,. an instructor at MFC irQ
Yoak. School, He is presently within
three miles of gaining his second
completion certificate. The
club is presently looking for new
members attached to the Marine Attaches look over F-4 Phantom at Cecil
Aviation Detachment. Interested
parties should contact the Naval Attaches Visit
Training Office at Bldg. 572.
vy { A'aJ 5

Jax Area During TourJax


Thirty three foreign viewed special static displaysand
1 naval officers arrived at Cecil attended a reception held in
Field Sunday to commence a two their honor. They also visited
day tour of the Jacksonville Mayport Naval Station where
WINNING TEAM. The MAD pistol team presents the 'First Master Navy Complex.The they embarked aboard the USS
Place' trophy to Lt. Col. R.P. Eckmann, MAD CO (left) after they Jacksonville visit was only Saratoga and receded: an In-
;f
scored a 3,336 out of a possible 3600 in the Dixie Pistol Matches held in one segment of the 16th annual formative tour of the guided
Jacksonville. Team members, left to right,are: MSgt. Kenneth Yoak, tour of foreign naval attaches missile frigate USS Pratt.
Sgt. Mike Bonafede, GySgt. Dick Kinnel, and SSgt. James Johnson. sponsored by the Chief of Naval Members of the touring party
Kinnel also holding the High Florida Team trophy that MAD won. Operations.The event was hosted represent countries from
locally by RAdm. Lawrence throughout the free world. Each
Heyworth Jr., commander Fleet has a working knowledge of the
i = ;;:- -Q ,. Air Jacksonville, who also English language enabling themto
SMART TIP "No one will planned the officers' schedule of comprehend the briefings and
SPRING CLEARANCE] question your moves," Yutte activities. The entire tour runs lectures delivered throughout the
Stensgaard assures us, "if you for two weeks, and will conclude tour of U. S. naval installations.
invest in the Overseas Savings April 19.During.
SALE
APRIL 18-19 Deposit Program." (Photo cour- their visit to Cecil Tuesday morning the group
tesy American International Field, the foreign attaches departed NAS Jacksonville
r EVERYTHING
MUST GO! Pictures) aboard an Air Force jet bound for
the Panama Canal Zone.
,., Other stops en route in their
WE'VE GOTTA jjOVETHM tour include San Juan, Puerto
.v- Rico; Key West; Orlando; and
We loana New Orleans.
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Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS



INN
Bid*.3 Annex
Messenger of the Masses will be performing at the club this evening.
Ronnie and the Soul Society will be there tomorrow through Monday,
and on Tuesday the Camelots will appear on stage. Wednesday night
will feature music by the Four of Clubs.ACEYDUCEYCLUB.
"


Ii Hear country music at its best tomorrow evening when Mel Gaden
and the Lazy Rhythm Girls provide the entertainment. You won't
want to miss the Dick Flood Show when it appears Sunday night
straight from the Grand Ole Opry, and remember that the club holds
surprise Happy Hours frequently.CPO.

CLUB

ETNA forms backdrop for the three flags that fly over NAF Sigonella .. the American,
Italian and NATO flags stand in bold relief against the snows of the Italy mountains.JaxBased Country music by Mel Gaden and the Lazy Rhythm Girls will be
featured at the Chiefs' Club this evening. Dance to the music of The
Clubs tomorrow night, and on Saturday enjoy entertainment by John
Mad Foxes Fly Over Thomas.Mark Castle will be appearing on stage Sunday.

OFFICERS CLUB

Historic Sicilian MountainsJax The beefeaters special'All the roast beef you can eat' will be
featured on the menu this evening. Enjoy tomorrow's Happy Hour
from 4:30: to 6:60: p.m.and sing along with Phil. Musical entertainmentby
The 'Mad Foxes' of VP-5 result of the dedication, coor- The squadron is looking forward Charlie Jay will highlight Saturday night. The Sunday Buffet will
marked the end of the first dinated effort and plain hard upcoming NATO and national be served from 6 to 9 p.m. The Main Brace will be open Tuesday from
month of their deployment to work of all the men in the exercises and operations in which 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and on Wednesday the '0' Club will hold Happy
Sigonella with the observance of squadron in the face of the they intend to further demon- Hour from 4:30: to 6:30: p.m.
the Easter holiday. 'Buona limited facilities available at an strate the ability of the squadronto
Pasqua' (Happy Easter)' is the advanced base such as Sigonella. perform operationally. uso
traditional Sicilian greeting for J
the day. -- Free food and refreshment will be served at the USO tonight.
During the month of March the Tomorrow evening there will be dancing and live entertainment, and
Mad Foxes flew in excess of 650 Forest InnBOTTLE on Sunday the free feature movie will be 'Gunsmoke' beginning at 7
hours of operational and training p.m. Play the game of your choice Tuesday from a selection which
flights while maintaining their includes chess,ping-pong,bowling and pool.Be at the USO Wednesdaywhen
unblemished safety record. CLUB 1436 lakeshore Blvd.| disc jockey Al Albert plays the latest records from 8 to 11 p.m.
Operations to date have included
surface shipping surveillance z
patrols, night time an- WEDNESDAY
tisubmarine warfare patrols, & THURSDAYI IHHIIRHHIRHIIHtDU'Ht '1XJ'T"11 llU I I

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Sonar technicians coded ST-
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_ Uniform to Civies Transition Help AvailableAre jkJ-


you one of the more than participate. You can participate provided by the civilian coun-
150,000 Navymen who will be during the six months prior to selors there. They are geared to
leaving the service this year to your separation by enrolling with handle you in this short time.
return to civilian lifeCould you your command Transition of However, in this circumstance,
use some help making the ficer. However, if your are on a there will not be enough time for
transition finding a job? If so, deployed unit, stationed over- you to participate in actual
you' should investigate Project seas, or are in Vietnam, facilities training prior to your separation.
Transition. may not be available to your Transfer procedures have
You command to conduct Project been designed to ensure you the
are eligible for the
i if Transition. opportunity of receiving the
program you're within six
Under these circumstances maximum benefit from
months of you possible
your EOS and will be
separating under honorable will be transferred to a Site to Project Transition consistent 4
conditions.You participate. You may receive with the needs of the service. For
only 10 days at a Site, but this is further information, contact the a
don't have to be transferred ample time to receive counselingand NAS Project Transition Office in
to a Transition Site to job-training referrals Bldg. 955 by dialing 2167.

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to figure tax and surcharge. (Omit

lines 16a and 16b.) B. Also go to Schedule y } ;

to figure tax and surcharge if you .
MONEY SAVER Leroy Hutchlnscf NARF's reciprocating engine
itemize claim
deductions retirement
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: ;',.,;. income credit, foreign tax credit, or Navy about $2,000 a year in washers, bolts and spacers. Hutchins'
ingenuity in saving parts in the canning of reworked engines earned
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Reviewed by: HM3 John would have been denounced as obvious and tragically accurate

SummersNot 'ludicrous', 'inflammatory', or adjective for these books would
perhaps even 'subversive.' have to lie somewhere between
too many years ago books Today, in light of those long, 'prophetic' and 'inevitable.' 4 .
such as Siege by Edwin Corley hot
summers in Watts
Chicago, Indeed, Corley's vision of armed
and Trespass by Fletcher Knebel Newark and Detroit, the most National Guard paratroopers

bailing out over the Black held eWatch
Island of Manhattan, impaling
themselves 'on Central Park o
treetops and Fifth Avenue
flagpoles, and Knebel's
frightening picture of a well -
organized Black confrontationwith Those Radial TiresAn
white, upper middle class
suburbia in the latter's own airman lost his life in motor vehicle accident and investigation
..t,,' ,. ... homes do a private ,
,', \-" seem remarkably revealed the car was equipped with a radial tire on the
6 ,,'': \\, //(11 flourished during the past decade
wheels. This condition considered accident
M ; iJ was a significant cause
\
$<
both
'l...::# "?' magnificient and grotesque factor. It was suspected that the radial tire held a true track while the
:f ";. -and it is within this context that conventional tires lost traction and caused the skid that resulted in a ..
we must examine the merits and
head-on collision.
i,,' ':+ flaws
f k4r. of Siege and Trespass. The mixing of radial and conventional tires is a safety hazard!
.. \"tn; t,,'," Taken at face value, both books Preferably, radial tires should be installed on all four wheels. If only
'Jl.i'l; ,
r contain intriguing stories, and two radial tires are installed, they should always be used on rear
1''''' .' '', both are far less Orwellian than wheels. Radials should never be installed on the front wheels with
i't. .tJ their dust cover abstracts might conventional tires on the rear. ;.
$8,000 REENLISTMENT .. AE 2 Christopher L. Allen is shown indicate; both are written in the The basic design of radial tires is such that when you turn the :
receiving the oath of enlistment by Cdr. S.J. McArdle, VP-45 executive compelling journalistic style so steering wheel, they immediately take up the new tire heading withoutthe
officer during ceremonies: held at the squadron. His first reenlistment fashionable among con normal side deflection of conventional tires.This would produce a
netted the second class petty officer a ,$2,000 regular re temporary novelists (small skid in the case of conventional tires on the rear and radial tires on the
enlistment bonus plus a $6,000 variable re-enlistment bonus. wonder in the case of Mr. Knebel, front. The use of only one radial tire on the front is highly dangerous,
for years a noted Washington even under ideal road conditions.
columnistas well as author), and Quoted from SAC Safety Bulletin
both are populated by extremelywell
REGENCY TOYOTA
drawn, full dimensional EXPRESS STANDARD
characters. BANKAMERICARDAMERICAN
OILMASTERCHARGE Credit Cards HonortclROOSdil1
SPECIAL The early chapters of Siege Sh"
define the central character as a
highly respected major generalof MAll
the United States Marine
1970 Corps, who is also a devoted
husband and father, and who also
just happens to be Black. But car wash
after the senseless, brutal
murder of his wife and childrenby
a carload of gun-wielding
rascists on a Los Angeles MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
freeway, he becomes a Black, HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM
who just happens to be a
35 MILES PER GALLON Marine Corps major general,
and who must now'get Whitey'at
all costs. It is he who organizesthe ..
TOYOTA COROLLA Black army that eventually The
captures Manhattan. MOVE INTO

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i Track Men Point for Softball Practice Team SetJax



The Jax Navy Fliers
: April 28 Competition Softball team will hold another
practice session this Sunday,
weather permitting, on Mackroth
a Jax Athletes at the Jax conditioned for practices and is
Field at 11:30: a.m.
:. complex are focusing their attention making equipment available Turnouts so far have been
I on the upcoming annual every Wednesday afternoon from attended, partly due to
.. Jax track and field meet to be 1 to 4. This includes the fiber sparsely weather
the inclement every
held Tuesday, April 28. glass poles and Cloud Nine for the weekend for the past three

Winners and runner-up pole vaulters, the shot put, weeks and partly due to the lack
,
finishers in the ten events will starting blocks for the runners,
of interest by players.
each receive large trophies as and stop watches Personnel at the Jax complexare
well as the winning relay team. The NAS meet will be followedone invited to try out for the team
The records to beat in the meet week later the Com- ; "
by ';:A : ..,r' since an entire new team will be
are 9.8 in the 100 yard dash, 22.06 FairJax Meet with winners ) d..r.
the
in the in the for for the Cin- . "". "" 7M.. r\: ",; fielded this season due to
220,54.1 440,2:07: possibly qualifying : f' ,' .. \:". of squadron personneland
C" departure
the 880,and 5:08.8: in the mile run. CLantFlt Meet.Swimming. ': .,' ". out of the
Ss'0. players getting
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The high jump record is six feet '.,:' ,-: 'jto' service.
the broad mark is 20 Meet Z / "
even, jump f .\ "
,. :
feet-101/ inches the 1\,1" r "''...
top pole I .,. Bowling Tournaweit
vault on record is 12 feet and the Set for May 12Jax ;"' '. ::t'J
best performance in the shot put Jax Units that fall under
was 46 feet-ete inches. The ComFairJax are eligible to
Besides Softball and
medley relay record(1100 yards) track springtime- also brings the 9 participate in the annual bowling
is 2:07: tournament to be held at the NAS
NAS Swimming and Diving Meet.
Although most of these records Bowling Center April 27, 28 and
This the meet will be held
are not outstanding they are hardto year 29*High finishers in this tourney
12 at the indoor
Tuesday May ,
,
beat for an athlete that is not in w qualify for the CinCLantFlt

good condition. In order to pool.Each event awards points to Tourney held in Newport, R. I.
provide conditioning and prac- the winner and teams MAKES A POINT Memphis Hellcat Paul 'Doc' Blanchard helps May 48. More information can
Athletic Director Frank runner-up the Sixth Naval District title with obtained the
ticing and tallied toward the put away a spike against Glynco be by contacting
are
McCaffrey has had the track The Navy in the first game of the final round. Memphis took the game 15-10 NAS Jax Athletic Office at Ext.
Ironman trophy competition.
to take the crown (Photo by JO3 Gene Romano) 3239.
also receive
first two places

Top Keglers performances.The individual trophies. for their Champs Fall in Memphis MeetBobs I

events include the 50 meter
550 CLUB freestyle, backstroke, breast
Jax Defending All Navy
(Week of 2.9)ContinentalLeague)
stroke and butterfly, the 200
Jax
Volleyball champion Navy
meter medley, 100 meter will not repeat in 1970 as they > Oak Hill
freestyle, 200 free relay, 200
Bert Campbell 553 finished in last place in the Sixth
and
medley relay diving com-
Naval District meet last week.
Robert Forgrave 555
573 petition. Pure Service CenterOpen
Don Plummer Entries should be submitted to The Navy Memphis 'Hellcats'
George Workman 555 the NAS Athletic Office as soon as clinched the 6ND crown in the
possible. final round of play when they for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
\: NaUonalLEAGUE downed Glynco Navy 15-10 for all

", Charles Charles Roberts Redman 571 552 the marbles. road service pick vp t delivery j

JohnLinsenmayer 555 Bowling During the district tourney meckiRic 01 duty American ft Foreign Cars
which began early last week,
American League Memphis dropped only two
l' Lavy Vincent 571 StandingsAmerican games in the double round robin 103rd & Jammes Road .
I. LouVeahman 559 competition, to NAS Cecil Field 771 -9156 Jacksonville, Florida
and NABTC Pensacola. Pen-
MAD 24-4 sacola finished second with a 14-
NAVY Hunters 22-10 10 record.
Outcasts 19-9
E-Zephyrs 17-11 Among the players augmentedto
King Pins 19-13 the Memphis team were
Marlin Brandt and Jim
National Fulkerson of NAS Jax. Fulkersonwas
Eagles 21-3 a member of the 1969 Jax
Blue 19-5 Navy tournament team.
INSURANCE Hard Hats 19-9 Following Pensacola in third +a

Red Darters 19-9 place was Cecil Field ((11-13)),
RATCC No 17 22-10 NAS Glynco ((7-17)) in fourth and
Jax ((6-18)) in fifth.
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After Down 217Quack's
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