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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1970
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 28 NO. 4 nl/v i I AVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA APRIL I 16, 1970 the station getting

I promotions between May 1
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NavyO'civings Five men learned they

have passed the promotiontest

and will be advancedto

chief petty officer, 18

will move up to petty officer

Bond Drive Begins > first class, 26 will be

promoted to second class,

and 56 NASers will advance
.fax-One of thr best ways American citizens can back their country
is to purchase U.S. Savings Bonds Those who are not already on the Yb to the petty officer

bondwagon' will have chance to 'Share in America during the annual ranks as third class.

area Savings Bond Campaign that started Tuesday throughout rfwd Apr
NAS
local Navy. commands. __ ,

Former astronaut and retired Addressing the 120 business Effective May 1: ADJ3 P. Andrle,
Navy Captain Walter M. Schirrawas executives attending the kick-off r ASE2 J. Collins, ATN2 Courter, ATN3
Dranzek, AZ2C. Edgerly, AC2 R.
in Jacksonville Friday to meeting at the Prudential Grass, MR2 K. Hopsort AC2 H. Jobe,
help get the local campaign off to auditorium, Admiral Stroh noted ADJ2 L. Johnson, ATR2 J. Lamb,
a 'full speed ahead' start. that the country is in need of MU2 L. Leeds, ADJ2 McDaniel, PC2K.
Discussing the nation's honest Bonds 1 Miller, ATN3 Ross, ATN3 T. Scott,
space support. are a way
PC3 M. Smith, HM3 Tarnopol, and
program and bonds, Schirra said of showing that support. 'I HM2 Terrell.
that Americans who buy bonds personally want to express my Moving up June 1 will be: AME3 T.
contribute almost directly to the appreciation to each of you who Bass ET1 A. Bauman, ATI Borsch,
HM3 P. Brala, AS1 C. Clark,
space flight program. are willing to stand and Rally
AZ3 R. CoreATI T. Oat,
Enroute to Cape Kennedy 'Round the Flag' in this 1970 U.S. ETR3 R. Delong, ASE3 Etherington,
where he teamed with Walter Savings Bonds effort ; TD3 W. Foley, AS1 R. Greene, CS3 F.
Cronkite to cover the Apollo flightfor Duval County's goal for 1970 is Herzog, DK2 D. Hillard, RM3 J.
Hixon, PN3 S. Howard, ATN3 W.
national television Schirra dollar volumn of in
a $11,084,000 Johnson, QM2 W. Jones, ATR2
said savings bonds offer a fair sales of U.S. Savings Bonds. By BOND BACKERS- Capt. D. H. Heile, (I), CO NARF; Capt. Schirra; Langford AS1 R. Newton, ATN3 W.
return on the buyer's investmentand achieving these goals, Duval VAdm. Stroh, bond drive chairman; and Capt. H. O. Cutler, CO NAS Johnson, QM2 W. Jones, ATR2
Langford, AS1 R. Newton, ATN3
helps build a nest egg for County will contribute importantly Jax, discuss Share in America bond drive
during Friday's kick off Nordqulst, ATN2 W, Orr, All
those who participate. Retired to the nations goal of 4.7 meeting. Robinson, ADJ3 Rothgeb, BM1 K.
VAdm. Robert J. Stroh, former billion dollars and 256,000 new Shaw, AS1 L. Sllba, ADJ3 N. Silcox,
commander of Fleet Air savers and increases. Last year, AC2 P. Thomas and AC1 R. Ward.
Jacksonville, and the Duval due largely to the efforts of the March 'Serviceman'Title July 1 promotions Include: ABH3 W.
Cassedy, ADJ2 R. Davis, AK3 R.
County chairman of the local Duval County Savings Bond Dunbar, AE3 Greenway, ACC A.
bond campaign, pointed out that Committee and Jacksonville Higgins, ADR3 P. Howson, A03 R.
the buying of bonds is one way business leaders and their employees Huffman, AMS3 A. Johnson ATR3
Goes to WaveAZ3 Kalchbren, A03 R. Seibert, DPC J.
citizens can strengthen the the county achieved Sims, ATN3 S. Smith, PN3 Umberger,
nation's economy and help fight dollar sales of $11,178,219.This PN3 J. Ware, and AC2 A. Wheeler

inflation. year companies which Cynthia L. England has takes a special interest In the Aug. 1 ,RMC R, Burge, AS1 CantrHI! ,
Twice Month have not yet inaugurated Payroll been selected March Servicemanof indoctrination of new maintenance AC3 D. Cooper,AQF3 S. Day, ATR3 E.
a Pay Savings Plans will be urged to do the Month, Petty Officer personnel to familiarize Flores, PN1 B. Harrow, ATR3 T.

Starts Here May 15 so.The England is assigned to Air them with the department. Lalonde, RM1 C. McCant, PRC J.
Navy portion of the drive, Operations Maintenance Control England's assignment, normally Meunier, PR3 J. Morgan.
Jax Beginning May 1, 1970, which started Tuesday and Office as general office occupied by a first class petty
the Navy Finance Office here will concludes June 19,will give every manager.In officer, is an important contact
convert from the current pay man and women in uniform and the nomination of Cynthia point with all echelons of the More Promotions
schedule to the semi-monthly pay Navy civilians a chance to save England, Cdr. C.M. Thomas, Air Armed Forces, visiting flight
program recently announced by for themselves and at the same Operations officer, said she is crews and civilians of all walks
the Secretary of the Navy. time support their country. 'Utilizing her past experienceand life. Listed On

The twice -a month pay Bond officers at the local installations applying her superior Cynthia England, in addition to
schedule will become effective are preparing to start knowledge to solve the many her military duties has served as Page Nine
throughout all U. S. Navy complex problems of office ad-
information campaigns in an all a Girl Scout leader for the past
commands by July 1,1970, and all out effort to back the drive. ministration and has completely year and is an instructor in her
pay periods will consist of 15 days conquered all phases of general church.
pay based on the fifteenth and Bonds officers will be workingat office work. She can be relied on
tirtieth days of each month. the division levels to explain to complete any assignment by Also nominated for the Ser-
The new pay schedule will run bonds and the methods that t they the deadline.' She coordinatesand viceman of the Month were September 1 will be the promotiondate

as follows for the first two monthsit can be bought through payroll prepares the daily paperwork AKAN Douglas W. Keesey, AK3 for Anderson the following, CS2 Bannatyne petty officers, SD3B :
is in effect: May 15, May 28, deductions as the campaign for 146 men. Supply and ASM2 Robert R. Barlcan, AZ3 C. Benson, A03 E.
June 15 and June 30. progresses. Petty Oificcr England also Newton of AMD. Cook, AMS3 R. Cote, AZ3 P. Fannon,
SHC A. Farley, PN3 H. Howell, AE3 A.
Johnson, AC3 D. Joyce, ATN3
Lasseter, ATR3 S. Marsh, A03 C.
I Lieutenant Ashley Earns Joint Service MedalDefense Mishak, CS2 A. Certel, AX1 S. Parker,

AMS3 Pastreck, PR3 R. Paul, SKI
Jax-Lt. J. R. Ashley Jr. was contribution to the AFEES Lt. Ashley was one of 11 of regulations governing Rotchford, ADJ3 M. Shere.
I presented the Joint Service program while stationed at the ficers and enlisted men in the the processing of examinees for PH3 S. Sites, AC3 Stephenson, and
Commendation Medal for his Jacksonville induction center. armed forces named by the entry into the Armed Forces, he ATR3 J. Welch.

Secretary of Defense to receive established a training programfor The October first Increment In.
the distinguished award.Professional. assigned personnel which eludes: RAA1 Bondurant, ADJ3 R.
substantially increased individual Brown, AE1 R. Cherry, AE3 D. Ellis,
AZ3 R. Hanson, ADJ1 E. Hang, YN2R.
proficiency. Jester, SD2 M. Loria, ATN3
It was during the period from Aids Mission McLelland, ADJ3 I. A/leyette, ADJ1 J.
Miller, A02 C. Shelton, A03
April 1968 to February 1970 that Truesdale, CS2 Valentin, ADJ3 Witt
,Y R ? Lt. Ashley, while serving as The, success of this effort, and ETR2 W. Wunder.
assistant processing officer, was together with his exemplary

? cited. The award notes that it leadership abilities, ensured
was during this period that he operational efficiency during Weapons
i ,R r O / /' consistently demonstrated periods of increased workloads.In .

professional competence in the addition, Lt. Ashley's effectiveness From the Weapons Department,
performance of all assigned in programing and June promotions Include BAA1
Chandler TD2 Childers, TD3 E. Cole,
duties. adapting the utilization of All E. Dryden, TD3 J. Holland, CS3
automatic typing machines to Jachlmek, AC1 McKenzie, TD3 R.
Constantly striving to excel, he daily processing routines Regl, TD1 L. Riley, TD1 Rutherfordand
developed congenial working facilitated continuity of operationin TD3 Walthall.

relationships with representatives support of the station's
of the recruiting services TDC J. Wooten and GMGC C. Smith
and Selective Service officials processing mission.Lt. will move up in July and in August
Ashley was presented the TMT1 J. AAosely and GMT3 D. Panko
and gained their cooperation in medal by LCdr. S. L. Gross, of will sew on their new crows.

'., sw 'y support of the station'sprocessing ficerincharge of AFEES. He is September will bring promotions to
demands. now serving aboard the aircraft A03 Fitzgerald and AC3 J. Morgan.
Three people will move up In October:
Applying a comprehensive carrier USS Saratoga TD1 H. Hughes PN3 Lockwood and
F' Lt. Ashley R) looks over citation knowledge of the Department of homcported at Mayport. AC3 R. Waters.r .





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The Subtle MessAn t M CATHOLICNAVAL

,
anti-smoking commercial currently being shown on network AIR STATION
(television unintentionally points out one of the subtle aspects of biT Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
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pollution.The ; Sunday Mass 11:00: A.M. .
commercial goes something like this: A man puffs, gags and Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.
gasps his way through one cigarette after another, until, on the Saturday Confessions -
waterfront of a big city, he finally 'kicks' the smoking habit by 10:30: 11:30: A.M.
throwing away his cigarettes. Good for him! But where did he throw

his cigarettes? Why, into the harbor, of course. NAVAL HOSPITAL
It is not strange that the anti-smoking advertisers would have to Sunday Mass 8 A.M.

display his freedom from tobacco by throwing his cigarette into the uppcwarB

water. After all, we have been doing things like that for years. For so CARS BOATS .. AND PLANES Mrs. Pat Huber of the NATTC
many years, in fact, that recently the Secretary of Health, Educationand Jacksonville Officers Wives Club presents models donated by a large Sunday Mass- 930 A.M. *
Welfare told of a river in a midwestern state that was so choked manufacturing company to Miss Abrams of Red Cross recreation and Bldg. 500

and clogged with pollutants it caught fire. Capt. C.W. Lewis, C.O. of the U.S. Naval Hospital. JOWC also
Turning our rivers and lakes into greasy, fish killing messes is not presented 150 comic and ISO coloring books to the pediatric ward and PROTESTANTNAVAL
our only pollution problem. There is the problem of garbage, and what SO Golden Spike Newspapers donated by the Brotherhood of Railroad

Trainmen will go to the Red Cross recreation lounge.

ff Sunday Worship10A.M.HOSPITAL .


NAVAL AIR STATION

ejigeirQiFRIDAY / Holy Communion Sunday 8:30: \

A.M. Bldg. 750 I:
Church School (all ages)

April 17 A.M.
Junior Church (Nursery

grade 6)) 10 A.M.
Divine Worship Service-
BreakfastHot Dinner Supper
Grits Pepper Pot Soup Oyster Stew 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
-...,...... Eggs to Order Baked Chicken and Rice Fried Fish Platter Junior Youth Fellowship
.... .. ... .. Au Gratin
: ""::: > ;;. Home Fried Potatoes Creole Scallops Macaroni 1 P.M. Bldg. 722
Tossed Green Rice Stewed Tomatoesand
Grilled Ham Slices
to do with the daily five-pound contribution from every man, woman Sugar Rolls Buttered Asparagus OkraButtered Senior Youth Fellowship
and child in the nation. And, of course, there are vehicle exhausts and Yellow Cake Brussels 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
oil slicks. Banana Cream Icing Sprouts
Baked Cherry Rice
Federal and local governments, along with industry and many civic Pudding Tuesday
groups, are attacking the pollution problem on a broad front. They are Senior Choir Rehearsal
handling the big, involved problems through regulations, laws and 7 P.M. Bldg. 750

technology SATURDAY, April 11
Now, nobody is expected to block off his car's exhaust, clean up an ThursdayChristian

oil slick, or store detergent charged water in plastic bags. However, Early BreakfastHot Brunch Supper Science Service -
your job, as an individual, should be to learn what pollution is all Farina Vegetable Soup Bean SoupSouthern 8 P.M.
about. Learn what the dangers are and be aware of what could happen Eggs to Order Grilled Frankfurters Fried Chicken
to our country if pollution continues unchecked. Hot Griddle Cakes French Fried Potatoes Cream Gravy NATTC
Baked Beans Mashed Potatoes
Baked Beef Hash Boston
(.real! Give up the cigarettes. But when you throw away that Cake Doughnuts I Ice Cream Cups Creole Summer Squash Divine Worship 12 P.M.
package, don't contribute to the community's pollution problem by Buttered Lima Beans Bldg. 500Evening
failing to understand how subtle pollution can be. Upside Down Cake Worship 6 P.M.

live it some thought If you don't, you may end up living with more SUNDAY, April l 19 Bldg. 500Jewish

pollution ... or dying from it. (IAFPSICultivation )
Supper PassoverJax
Early BreakfastHot Brunch
the Word Oatmeal Chicken Noodle Soup Split Pea Soup of
the Jewish season
Eggs to Order Baked Ham, Macaroniand Grilled Beef Steaks -
French Toast Noodles Mushroom Gravy Passover will begin services
Grilled Sausage Patties Mashed Potatoes Baked Potatoes and will
20 con
Monday, April ,
by U.JC Simpson, CIIC Buttered Wax Beans
Raisin RollsBreakfast
Buttered Green Beans elude 28. For specific in-
What is cultivation? Well it is something that a farmer does to his Ice Cream CupsMONDAY Club Spinach April
formation concerning services
Cream Pie
garden to make the desirable things grow and keep the undesirable Strawberry
call the Chaplain's Office at 3051
things from growing. The farmer who does not cultivate his gardenwill
soon not have one because the weeds will soon take over. Thereare April 20 or 3052.

other things in life that must be cultivated if the things planted in Dinner Supper
anticipation of something positive are to grow and finally be realized. Hot Grits Vegetable Soup Chicken Noodle Soup
Beef Pot Pie Grilled Hamburgers
could think about love the Eggs to Order Traffic
Perhaps we positive warm uplifting feelingof Peach Hot Cakes or Shrimp Curry CheeseburgersFrench
two persons, man and woman, for each other. That is something we Broiled Bacon Slices Steamed Rice Fries
seldom think of as needing cultivation, as though it is real, regardlessof Cinnamon Rolls Buttered Brussels Italian Baked Beans j
the kind of situation in which it is expected to grow. The love that Curry Sprouts Condiments Cranberry Crunch Violations

two people have for one another must forever be cultivated. Love must Spice ..CakeTUESDAY.
always be pleasantly surprising the person for whom it is intended. It
cannot be if it is not cultivated. This means that one who loves another The following is a report of
person must be aware of the weeds that can thwart his love. The motor vehicle accidents and
successful farmer almost every day must keep up his fight against the April 21 traffic violations for the period

weeds against the undesirable elements that would claim his garden. BreakfastHot Dinner Supper March 31- April 6.
One who loves another must invest some positive work each day, to Oatmeal Creole Soup Beef Barlev Soup Number of Accidents
keep love growing, to keep love glowing! The labor of love is most Eggs to Order Oven Roast of Veal Beef StroganoffHash This week 1.
Creamed Beef on Toast Natural Gravy Brown Potatoes
rewarding as we realize the fruits of love, that is to love another Hash Brown Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Buttered Fresh Frozen Total accidents this year through
person for what they are and to be loved for what we are. He who Bear Claws Bread Dressing Mixed Vegetables Aprils 85.
works not on hislove will find that this love is not real and the person for Buttered Green Beans Harvard Beets Number of accidents through
whom it was intended is not there. Fruit Gelatin Cherry Cream Pie April 1969 113.
Whipped ToppingWEDNESDAY
Total number of days since last

injury in a motor vehicle accident -
30.
April22 Number of Violations
JTAX AIR NEWS This week 47
BreakfastHot Dinner Supper
Farina Knickerbocker Soup Onion Soup Speeding 12.
Eggs to Order Virginia* Baked Ham Roast Beef Au Jus Reckless driving 1.
French Toast Pineapple Raisin Natural Gravy Going through stop sign 7.
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Baked Sausage Patties Sauce Mashed Potatoes
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Cake Doughnuts Steamed Sweet Potatoe!I .Buttered Lima Beans Other violations 27.
Jacksonville. Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Black Eye Peas Devil's Food Cake Twenty-five drivers appeared
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Seasoned SpinachIce Mocha Butter Icing before the Traffic Hearing Board '
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. NAS Cream Sundaes on April 9. Disposition of the

Jacksonville, by 12,00: noon on Monday before publication. News THURSDAY, April 23 cases included the following:
items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone 772.3118 or Thirteen lost driving and

3119. BreakfastHot Dinner Supper parking privileges aboard station
Grits Tomato Vegetable Chicken Rice Soup for various periods; 5 were
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Bacon Omelets Soup Darbecued Beef assigned to complete an eight -
Griddle Cakes Oven Fried Chicken Shoe String Potatoes hour course in remedial driving;
concerning such should be directed to:
Chicken
Deep Fried Fish Gravy Simmered Kidney Beans
11 received suspensions; 4 were
Portions Mashed Potatoes Buttered Peas and
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
O'Brien given warnings 4 were
Home Fried Potatoes Squash Onions ;
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Sugar Rolls Buttered Fresh Frozen Creamy Rice Pudding dismissed; 7 were fined (U.S.
Telephone 388-2755 Butterscotch Broccoli i Brownies Fruit Topping Commissioner); and referred to
commanding officers for possible

VOL. 28 NO. 4 APRIL I 16, 1970 disciplinary action.
)Fourteen drivers were.
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I Ice Show Tickets OfferedAt i_


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Field and NAS Jax Completing the company of

Special Services are offering international skaters are the k s'
discount tickets for the silver Glamour-leers and the Ice- 4 a d t : '
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anniversary edition of 'Holiday Squires. 1
on Ice' at the Jacksonville
Performances will be at 7:30
Coliseum beginning Wednesday,
and at 8:00
April 22. p.m. Wednesday, : I
Thursday through Saturday.
To celebrate its 25th year, theworld's p.m.
Matinees are scheduled for 2:30:
largest producer of ice
p.m. on Saturday, and at 1:00: I
is the
revues featuring holidaysof
and 5:00: p.m. Sunday. There is
the St. Valentine
year Day,
show.
Easter, the Fourth of July, no Sunday night

Halloween, Christmas, and a Regular priced tickets for all
rockin' Happy New Year, performances are available at '
Discount tickets are available Jacksonville Coliseum, the : V V '
only for adults at $1 off regular Downtown Ticket Office at i ar 1 wk

price, and they are good only for Hemming Park, at the
the April 22 and 23 performancesand auditorium and at J. C.

for the 5 p.m. performanceon Fenney's Gateway and Cedar

April 26. Hills Stores. Mail orders shouldbe wNNi y l+r(, h ,ya, < 1
Donn Arden, who has been sent to the Coliseum ac- ES't'
responsible for the shows at the companied by a check made
Lido in Paris for the past 23 payable to Holiday on Ice, and a
years, created, staged and stamped, self-addressed en A group of the Glamoure-leers do their thing for 1970 Holiday on Ice.
directed this newest 'Holiday' velope.

.. CECIL
NWCA Installs
FLICKSSUNDAY

I' 1970 OfficersThe
a 4

Navy Wives Club of
America Cecil Field Chapter 121
installed new officers for the

coming year during a candelight WEDNESDAY
ceremony at the base chapelon 'Blackbeard's Ghost' '...tick..tick..tkk'
April Peter Ustinov, Dean Jones, Jim 'rown, George Kennedy
Following the opening Suzanne Pleshette, Color 107 Color 97 minutes.

ceremony, Installing Chaplain minutes.
Andrew Jensen gave oaths of THURSDAY
office to the new officers. Theyare MONDAY 'The Walking Stick'
: Mrs. Deane Fiiield, 'The Longest Day' David Hemmings, Samantha
president; Mrs. Edward Hall, Richard Burton, John Wayne, Eggar, Color 101 minutes.
Rod Steiger (Many Others)
vice-president; Mrs. James GOOD SCOUT-Llo/d H. Me Doug a Id of Den 1, Cub Scout Troop 365, Black and White 180 minutes. FRIDAY
Zerillo, recording secretary; at NAS Cecil presents Capt. P.M. McLinn, CO of NAS, a Century
Mrs. Bud Huntsinger, Award tnr his contribution to the Muskogee District scouting program. 'Fearless Frank'TUESDAY
Jon Voight, 79 minutes
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Cub Sout McDougald is the son of AMS3 W.J. McDougald of VA15. The Young The Evil
Warren Webster, treasurer; Mrs. Witnessing the presentation is the troop scoutmaster, ADJI and The Savage Medigan's Millions'
Ralph Hasford, chaplin; and
James Pratt of VA-81.
Mrs. Jack Hardee, parliamen- Michael. Rennie, Mark Damon Dusty Hoffman 79 minutes.
tarian.A Color 82 minutes. ,

barbecue dinner at Lake

Newman Recreational building ESPRiCES TO ALL! .

following) the ceremony at the ., WI
chapel. Guest speaker for the ;

evening was Capt. F. M. McLinn, NOUSENOLD
t NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
CO of Cecil Field, who spoke on _
NEW & USED TV SETS
the purpose and problems here.
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
Capt. McLinn was presented a
NEW AND TYPEWRITERS
DESKS FINANCE
plaque in appreciation for support -
( of the club. Mrs. Jack Cato, AIR CONDITIONERS
Mrs.9am. 1 p.m. Come In& Browse
outgoing president, presentedeach
of her board members with
WESCONNET FURNITURE CO
'Guard of Office' pins.
5326 WESCONNETT at lOJnl 7-7l 0750 I II

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HOURS: 8:308:30: : borrow money needlessly." But after 92 years we know

One Day ServiceJAX that people have very good and real reasons for needingto

borrow. And we'll help when it's a matter of paying
NAS Nearest Laundry
on weekends.Stay bills, buying a better car, replacing appliances or for

any reason within reason you may have.

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are two ((2)) end panels from a carton of either KENT. NEWPORT, I I Meet the
people
winning. Because this sweepstakes I TRUE or OLD GOLD (or two 3x5 pieces of paper with the words
is open only to active and KENT, NEWPORT TRUE or OLD GOLD printed in plain block I I who won Corvette Stingrays I in the
retired members of the United letters). I certify I am 21 years of age or older.
I "Big Wheels" Sweepstakes!
States Armed Forces and their Rank Name & Serial No._ __ I I
immediate families. To enter, I (Please print clearly) SSG GEORGE BOLFIK, Ft. Hood, Texas
send name, address, and the two I I

((2)) end panels from a carton of I Address I I SFC HAROLD L. KING, Ft. Belvoir, Va.

either KENT, NEWPORT, TRUE or
I SFC JOE P. MARTINEZ, Ft. Bliss Texas
OLD GOLD (or two 3x5 inch piecesof City State Zip I
paper with the words KENT, 1st Lieut. JOHN G. RUPERT
Ft.
I Entries must be postmarked McClellan, Ala.
by May 15 1970 and received by
NEWPORT TRUE OLD GOLD
or I
May 29, 1970.
Employees and their families of Lorillard their
printed in plain block letters) to I media, advertising and sweepstakes agencies are not eligible. No Sgt. BENJAMIN SMITH Jr., Ft. Rucker, Ala.
"4-Star Sweepstakes", P.O. Box purchase required. Void where prohibited. All Federal state and I
I local regulations apply. () 1970 Lorillard.
324 N.Y., N.Y. 10046. Enter as
I ____________ __ _________
often as you like, but each entry
must be mailed separately. Only Mail to: "4-Star" Sweepstakes P.O. Box 424, New York N.Y.
I 10046. Enter my name in the "4-Star" Sweepstakes. Enclosed
one prize per family. Winners will are two ((2) end panels from a carton of either KENT NEWPORT I
be notified by mail. First prize to TRUE or OLD GOLD (or two 3x5 pieces of paper with the words
be based on the base pay of a I KENT NEWPORT, TRUE or OLD GOLD printed in plain block I
letters). I I 21 of
certify am years age or older.
4-Star General with 26
over years
service, as indicated by the Paymaster I Rank Name Serial No.. I N +, een s
<(Please print clearly) eWpo I
U.S. Army, official pay I I II II

schedule, July, 1969. Names will I
be selected in random drawings I Address I
from all entries received by D. L.

Blair Corporation, an independent I City State Zip I I

judging organization, whose decisions I Entries must be postmarked by May 15 1970 and received by
are final. Prizes delivered in May 29 1970. Employees and their families of Lorillard their I
the continental U.S. Payments of I media advertising and sweepstakes agencies are not eligible. No I
taxes on the prizes is the respon. purchase required. Void where prohibited. All Federal state andH'ocal I ptD
regulations apply. (!;) 1970 Lorillard.
sibility winners and not Lorillard. I
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Mail to: "4-Star" Sweepstakes P.O. Box 424 New York N.Y. I KENT
'The Pontiac Firebird 400. .. with a V-8 I 10046. Enter my name in the "Star"" Sweepstakes. Enclosedare
Engine 330 hp barrel carburettor), 3. two ((2)) end panels from a carton of either KENT. NEWPORT I I xhM I i,
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KENT, NEWPORT. TRUE or OLD GOLD printed in plain block I I + r?/" '4oae
Complete with 6
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pair of slacks 6 white dress shirts, anda I
sport jacket. Rank Name & Serial No,- -___ __ I I
PltaM print dearly) II
I I I

I Address II I I

-- The "4-Star"
I Sweepstakesis
City State _Zip I I presented by Lorillard,

NO PURCHASE REQUIRED I Entries must be postmarked by May 15, 1970 and received by I I maker of the finest in filter cigarettes.PAGE. .
May 29 1970. Employees and their families of Lorillard, their
I media advertising and sweepstakes agencies are not eligible. No
purchase required. Void where prohibited. All Federal, state andI I I
local' regulations apply. 1970 Lorillard
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The SceneBy
+ NATTC: Behind


SN Pat Williams

AN James R. Horton had though the people are a little NATTC counseling duties to PNC
already seen part of the world hesitant toward foreigners, their Robert Kelley. People who have
when he joined the Navy. reactions to the event were been aroundNATTC awhile might
Horton is an airman attendingthe stupendous,' he said. 'They were remember Chief Kelley. He
Aviation Ordnance 'A' School really impressed with America,' worked in the Enlisted Personnel
and for two months last year he he added. Office from October 1963 until
taught music in East Pakistan. Horton's students were mainly 1967. Between this tour and his
He and four other students missionaries children and last one here he was aboard the
from different parts of the Americans working In that USS Luce (DLG-7)) and the USS

country went to Asia as in- country, but anyone interested in Albany (CG-l0)), both
structors on a trip sponsored by music could attend classes. A few homeported at Mayport.HONOR .
the Baptist Student Organizationand Pakistanians did attend, but the
a campus organization from people of that country are mostlyof CLASS
1 \ their respective colleges. Indian descent and their tastein Students in Class 947, Aviation. .

,j 'The country was very humid,' music leans more towards the Electrician's Mate 'A' School are
,
,
."'.." Horton told us, 'and very Ravi Shankar type. patting themselves on the back
crowded,and in addition to that, I AN Horton is a native of Plant these days, and for a very good
TOP STUDENT. SDC George E. McKesson, attached to the Senior was there during the monsoon City, Fla. and he has had.three reason. They just won the Honor
BOQ, receives the High Honors Award Plaque from NAS Commanding season. But in spite of all this, his years of college with music as his Class competition for the fourth
Officer, Capt. H. O. Cutler. McKesson maintained a scholastic score of work and the people made it all major.He time with a total of 948 points.
(8.4 and was first in his class of 34 at the Commissioned Officer's Mess worthwhile.'The wants to attend school and
Closed Operation and Management Course held at Patuxent River, Apollo moonlanding took take enough courses while he is in LEADERSHIP GRADUATION

Md. place while I was there, and the Navy to finish his education.In Leadership School Class 70B
his speeches at various were handed their diplomas by
churches and at Jacksonville Cdr. C. W. Dalton in classroom
Training Center Initiates University, Horton has told his graduation ceremonies last
audiences about his experiencesin Friday. Honorman for the class
I Pakistan and what his en- was AE1 Herman Craig, an instructor -

Defensive Driving Program counters with the people taught at the AE 'A' School. He
him about himself and others. He had an average of 94.29.
would like to teach abroad again
Monday, April 13th, saw the It teaches him to look and plan qualified instructor.Six because he
kick-off of the NATTC, ahead so that he will avoid a other NATTC personnelhave someday, enjoys AOC Robert E. Talley gets botha

Jacksonville, Defensive Driving situation which could lead to an completed the classroom people.In addition to making 'hail' and a 'farewell' upon his
Course.In accident. work and now require the 16 graduation from AO 'B' School
AN Horton be
ceremonies attended by Cdr. Chief Signalman B.J. Crawfordof hours of instruction time before speeches, can and his assignment to the AO 'B'
Roy H. Paxson, Jr., executive the NATTC Safety Office and being certified. They should haveno found, most well-known afternoons, drilling Jaxon School as an instructor.
officer, the first Defensive SSgt. Robert Bailey, MAD who problem becoming certified, with the of
Driving class held for NATTC have recently completed the as classes for NATTC and MAD Lancers,NATTC's Drill Team,
and National Council will be which he is a member. PassoverCONGREGATION
MAD personnel got underway Safety personnel conducted
at 7:30 a.m. under the Defensive Driving Instructor Monday through Thursday each
direction of Ron Elliott, director, Course conducted by the Greater week from 7:30: a.m. to 3 p.m. CAREER COUNSELORAll AHAVATH
Greater Jacksonville Safety Jacksonville Safety Council, are The Defensive Driving Courseis CHESED(REFORM)
certified in one day PNC Robert Leo St. Johns Avenue and Mallory Street
Council. as instructors by the designed and prepared by the
Elliott taught the first two National Safety Council. National Safety Council but is Diller reenlisted, turned over his (Phone Rev. 388 Dr.-0756)Sidney) M. Lefkowltr, I
counselors went to
hours of the eight hour course The instructor course requires conducted by NATTC on its own career badge, Rabbi! (Phone 733.2424))
attended his farewell
which is designed to make the 16 hours of class work followed by behalf, in coordination with the the dentist, Services for
student more aware of the 16 hours of actual instruction Greater Jacksonville Safety picnic, and transferred from the Beginning of Passover:
of under the of Council. Naval Air Technical Training Monday,April 20 6p.m.
dangers every day driving. supervision a CONGREGATIONAL SEDER
-'-----,>... .--..........---......_,..__.___"", ___._. ,,-.J Attendance for all NATTC Center. WILL BE HELD AT 7 p.m.
t. ofJh military personnel is mandatory. The chief, formerly, NATTC'sCareer Tuesday;April 21, 11 a.m.
Counselor, was given his Services for
Sailors and Marines with certificates -
HIGH QUALITY reenlistment oath on the 7th at Close of Passover:
proving they have 6:15: a.m. by Lt. Bivins, Sunday,April 26 8p.m.
CARPET REMNANTS received the instruction are the Monday,April 27 11 a.m.YirkorMemorial
Educational Services Officer.
1 Service
only exemptions from the
'J .
afternoon three
Tuesday
classes.NATTC civilians are also
fourths of the Bldg. 500 Navy and JEWISH CENTER
BIG DISCOUNTSI encouraged to attend. civilian staff accumulated at the SYNAGOGUE(CONSERVATIVE)
Third and Sliver Streets (Phone 355-
HOW ABOUT picnic grounds to bid him adieu 8464)

CHOICE of FABRIC & PATTERNS 2 Y<< amidst steaks, beer and potato Services for
Beginning of Passover:
salad.
II VARIOUS SIDES & COLORS == SECURII: TY? From here he will go to three Monday,April 20 6:15: p.m.
.,1 TuesdayApril21 845am.: 6:15p.m.:
fIRST COME-FIRST SERVED = weeks of career info and coun- CONGREGATIONAL SEDER
1 Buy seling school and then to WILL BE HEl DAT 7pm.

I 2025 BLANDING U.S. Saviegs Destroyer Squadron 22, both at Wednesday Services for,Close April of 22 Passover.B:45am6:1Sp.m.

buds Norfolk. Sunday, April 26 6:30: p.m.
4 r i1\\J'st ..* ,Jl \\1 Chief Diller turned over his Monday,April 27 8:45: a.m. 6:30: p.m.
Tuesday,April 28 Ylzkor 8.sa.m.:
Memorial Service


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Phone 733-3639 ((733.0720))
Turns Services ftr leg inning of Passover:
Lightly to of.
.0 Thoughts Monday,April 20 7p.m.
Tuesday,April 21 9 a.m. 7 p.m.
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Services for Close of Passover:
-1- J ." Sunday April 26 7p.m.
Monday,April 27 9a.m.7p.m.

... Tuesday April 28 9,10a.m.
.. Ylzkor Memorial Service

Matzohs may be obtained by phoning
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Road Advice from ExpertsYou're Sailors in Yard


behind the wheel of your car, driving at a brisk clip on the Allowed 3 TripsTo
open highway. Suddenly, a car from the opposite traffic lane swerves
directly into your lane and speeds toward you on a collision course. Home Port
Would you know what to do? Or would you panic? Would you do the
wrong thing or would you choose the right defensive action to put to

odds in your favor? Washington, D. C. -- The
Emergency situations are a threat anytime you're at the wheel of Secretary of the Navy has I
your car. A panic reaction could be disasterous. Your very survival released a notice that now allows
may depend on two things; your ability to stay calm, and your certain members assigned to
knowledge of the best defensive action to take. vessels being overhauled away ....
Obviously you can't 'practice' an emergency driving situation. So from their homeports to travel
the next best thing is to develop skill and know how beforehandin in round trip at government expense -
your mind. You must visualize in advance emergencies that might between the overhaul site T )
confront you,and plan mentally the defensive action you will take. and the homeport.

You can do this by studying the advice of experts. Below is just one Crew members, without regardto f \' ... ;
type of emergency you may be confronted with while on the highway. grade are entitled to a a
Would you know what to do? maximum of three round trips '

accuring on or after the 31st, 91st, 'I, "l 4\\
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and 151st calendar days after ... .> .(:>:.t., A.J.o;(" 1,. : .
arrival of the vessel at the t ", L l' >' \'I 1. ,
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overhaul port. Entitlement to
transportation will be used in FOR JOBS WELL DONE. Sgt. William E. Grant, Jr. (center), AE
conjunction with normal leave or Phase VI, receives a letter of commendation for his work in AEVB)
liberty.To School from Lt. Col R. P. Eckmann, MAD CO, at a ceremony last
be eligible, crew members Thursday. Sgt. Grant was top graduate in the advanced AE school.
PFC George G. Goodhue (left) received a Meritorious Mast for his
must be permanently assigned to
the vessel undergoing overhaul work with the MAD Drill Team. He graduated from AE (A) School.

and have been attached for not
less than 30 days. They must also
have bona fide dependents
residing in the areas of the ship's
homeport as evidenced by the
record of emergency data filed in
the service record.
When government tran
.. sportation is not available
members may be reimbursed for S "
personally procured commercial
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It's a terrifying experience! Those desiring to utilize

If there,was any resistance: pump the pedal. You may be able to privately owned automobile may,
work up enough pressure to help some.If instead of using government or
there is no pressure and the way is clear ahead,coast in drive gear commercial transportation, electto .
and use the parking brake. If you need to slow faster, shift into a lower be reimbursed on mileage THREE RECEIVE CROSSED RIFLES .. New lance corporals at
gear and let engine compression help. basis at the rate of $05 per mile MARTD are (I to r) John F. Robertson, Robert B. Burnside, and RickE.
On a hill or mountain grade, you're in trouble! Look for something to not to exceed cost of air travel at Rogers. Commanding Officer Lt. Col. John M. Rapp (r)
sideswipe roadside bush, a snowbank, a guardrail, even parkedcars. the same basis as a commercial congratulated the three Marines following a ceremony in his office
(Dented sheet metal can be repaired.). flight Friday.Forest .
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AE3 W. Brown, AE3 Buchanan, A03B.
Promotions at JaxVW4 Dorsey AE3 Featherst, AE3 T.
Gaskill, AE2 R. Hall, AE3 T. Henry,
AE1 R. Juhnke, AE1 M. Larson, AE1E.
Mattson, AE3 R. Meola, AO3 T.
Rumpf, ATI J. Tanner and ATIWhltsell. Rickard, A01) D. Turner, and AE3
Williams.
From VW-4 the May promotion list Moving up in July will be: ATR3 T September 1 will bring promotionsto
Includes ATN2 F. Jock, ATR2 C. Law, Grogan, AE2 F. Harlgel, ADJ2 J. these NATTC petty officers: AE1 J.
ADJ3 Morris, ATR2 L. Nelson, AK3H. Jones, YN3 Lombardo, ATN3 Smith, Bailey A03 W. Bremer, AE1)
Parrish,ATR2 P. Ray and ATR2 T. and ADJ3 L. Turner. Brumbley, AE1 L. Carr, AE1 J.
Stevens. August promotions are : ADJ2 J. Collins, AE3 R. Craparo, AE3 K. .
Bretton, AWV1 C. Carter, ATR2 M. Durham, AE3 D. Flenner, AE1 D. .+
ATN2 S. Hamilton and ATN2 J. Etzold, AWV1) B. Fleming, ADJ2 T. Gladden, AO1 Gollmyer, A01 W.
Spivey will move up June 1.
Gork, A01 J. Gunn, AE3 H. Hansen,
,
Fry ADJ1 M. Peeples, A02R. Sanfordand
In will to ADR3J.
July new crows
go AE3 a1M :
D. Hopster AE1 B. Keeler AE3P. i
ATC G. Wilson.
Hooper, PR2_.'C*Stallcup Peeler,, ATR2 ATR2 O.PereJJTR3P. J.. Sewing on their new crows In Kobar, AE3 J. Lowe, A01 J.
Martin, AE3 McKinnon, AE3
W.
ATR2 J. September will be: AK3 D. Baker,
Stepp Taylor and ATC R. E. ,
,
,
AE1 W.
ATN3 Crawford, AWV1 S. Dyson and Murray Myers AE3 W.
Waters. ABH1 C. Hooker. Petros, A01 Pledalue, AE1 Richards, Y
The August increment will advance Four AE3 S. Smith, A03 Stewart, A01 V. f
VP-45
crewmembers will
ADR3 L. Cole, AMH2 AA. Poliska, YN3D.
advance Stone, AE3 G. Wilkins and AE3 R.
Rea and ATR3 R. Yazell. In October: ATC S. Atchley,
AMH1 Reynolds, ADJ3 R.Smlth and Yearty.
AMH 1 A. Weston. October 1 advancements are: AE3J.
NARFNARF Braid, AE3 Brldgeman, AE3
Hospital Burdette, AE3 F. Cameron, AE3 K.
promotions will be as Cathers, AE3 T. Chase, AE3 D. MILITARY COMPTROLLERS Newly elected officers of the
follows: May 1 .. ADJ3 L. Hladky, and Promotions May 1: HM3 F. Drake, Corliss, AE3 Crawford AE3 J. Dodd, Northeast Florida Chapter of the American Society of Military
AME3 Minatanl!; June 1 .. ATN3 D. HM3 T. Goselin, HA/W/ H. Gray, and AE3 S. Dowlen, AE3 J. Fetter, AE3 C.
Price and AZ2 P. Tomlin; August 1 .. HM2 W. Tress. Advancements ef Gamblin, AE1 E. Carver, AE3 G. Comptrollers (L to R) Cecil Acree, treasurer; J. L. Phillips, vice
ADJ2 A. Lewis and ADJ2 D. Lotz;; fective June 1: HM3 L. Larsen, HM2R Gifford, AE3 C. Harrell, AE3 president; Cdr. G. H. Eckert, president; and A. L. Doss Jr.,
September 1 .. ADJ3 T. Kelley; October Sumlcek, and HM3 D. Vincent. Henrlck*, AE3 G. Joyner, AE3 D. secretary. Applications for charter membership in the comptrollers
1 .. AMS2 G. Davis. July 1 promotions are HM3 R. House Keith, AE3 J. Kos, A01 W. Moran, organization are being accepted through the end of April. Interested
and HM3 Mennella. Scheduled to AE3 G. Pate, AE2 C. Powers,
AE3 personnel, both civilian and military,should contact Art Doss
at NAS
,
advance
Aug. 1: HM1 J. Dillard and Reynolds, AE1 Rothamel, AOC H.
FAETULANTFAETULANT HM1) Gollogly. Sept. 1 advancemnts: Russell, AE3 R. Savoie, A01 D. Jax Ext. 2681 for further information about the organization.
HM2 J. Adams, HMl P. Murphy, HM4 Schultz, A03 J. Shell, AE3 T. Sievers, 7"
Osmundson and HM3 T. Piskun. ,The AE3 J. Sistare, AE3 T, Tobey, AE1
reports that 11 staff hospital WILL PROMOTE A NEW Troutman, AE3 S. Whitlow and AE3 New Management OfficeTo
, members will be advanced as a result CHIEF ON Oct. 1, HMC J. Dooley R. Wiborg.
of the exam: May 1. TD3 G. Elstad; along with HM3 Goggin, HM3 D. Hall
AT1 .. ATI R. Dickerson, TD3 R. and HM3 W. Mahoney. May promotions: AE3 Cochcroft,
Hard!sty, ATI J. Jones; July 1 .. A03S. ADJ3 R. Eitel, TD3 W. Hadley, and Information
Wood; August 1 .. ABE2 W. Ben NATTCNATTC AE3 A. Rennie. Supply
iamin AWVC B. A.. Morgan, A01 L. The June list includes: SK2 W.
L. Pierce, AWVC F. J. Sylvester, and advancements for May: Bellis,TD3 M. Carroll, AE1 J. Rowan,
PN1 A. N.Watson;October 1.. DM3 S. AE3 D. Amaral, AE3 C. Honea.. AE3 AE3 R. Scaffe,ATN3 K. Scoug, AE1 L. Jax Capt. J. T. Prady, connection with the developmentof
J. Bright. Jendrzey, A02 Schwindle, A02 R. Stiver, and SF1 L. Timmer.fill' director of the Management a comprehensive management
Snow, and AE3 J. Spahr. Moving up in July are: DPI W. ,
Moving up In June are: AE1 R. Edge, AE1 Girouard, AE1 R. Hood, Systems Development Office, system.
YP-)16 Baxter, AE3 G. Carlson, AE3 J. AE1) Rutledge, and AEI W. Smith. San Diego, briefed local fleet and The system would have data
Daniel, AE3 D. Donovan, AE3 R. NATTC August promotions: AE1 industrial activity officers and inputs from fleet air operating
The VP-16 personnel listed below Hinkle, AE1 R. Mills A02 E. Peden, Copeland, PN2 M. Green, PN3 S. civilian managers on the forces and from intermediate and
will be promoted as follows: May 1- AE3 J. Rogers, AE3 JAE3 D. Soday Grimes, ATN3 Hatmaker, and A01)
AX2 J. Evans; June 1-AT1 N. Bonds, and A02 W. Tyrone. Phillips. organization and objectives of his depot level maintenance activities -
ATI R. Ghaston, AME3 T. Storo, NATTC's July promotions included Adding a stripe in September will office, during a conference here (such as the local NARF)
ATN2 K. Wiggins; July 1-YN3 J: AE3 W. Attwill, AE3 Bettinger,AE3 C. be: AK2 G. Ferrell, AMS3 K. Hamm, April 7.During. throughout the Navy. The new
Nelson and YN2 K. Turner; August 1- Brinar. AE3 G. Coleman, A01 Corn AE1 R. Immell and AEC Phillips.The his briefings he information system will be
AX1 B. Gordon and CS2 M. Lau; well, AE3 T. Domrude, AE3 R. October Increment will Include: explained -
September 1-AWVC T. Ball, ATN3 D. Driggs, AE3 R. Epps, AE2 R. Frye, AK1) J. Bwl, AE3 Earleywin, PN3 R. the scope and anticipated designed to fill the needs of
Barnhart, AK2 R. Faitel, AOC C. AE3 Garwackl, AE3 D. Hansen, AEI Edwards, AMS2 Honeycutt, HM2 LL. impact of work presently un- managers on all levels of
Crocket, AE3 M. Hale, AME2 G. C. Hardy, AE3 D. Knight, AE3 H. Steward, AOC H. Waller and AE1) D. derway or being planned in maintenance and management,.
Lamonte, AE2 J. Pfeil; October 1- Lange, AE3 Lipscomb, AE3 J. Warner. -
ADJ3 R. Christian, AZ3 T. Dentler, Murray,A03 C. North, A03 J. Ottero, CowFairJax ----
AWVC H. Hollweg, ATR3 E. Jessop, AE3 W. Botter, AE3 A. Quezeda, AE3
AWV1 R. Peeples and ADJ1 K. Richard!, A03 T. Ryan, AE3 W. From ComFairJax PT2 A. Westcottwill JII1)*..
Rousseau. Schorn, AE3 Stoutamir, A03 Sullivan,
move up In June, and ATC J. f
AE3 K. Symonds, AE3 D. Todd and Crabtree and YN3 P. Duffey will
YP-45 AE2 W. Tourot. advance In July. September 1 SPRING
New crows go out August 1 to: AE3 promotions Include PH2 T, Murrell
T. Bess, AE3 J. Brady, AE3 Braswell, and PH2 D. Ralabate.r"'lllllllll'lll'llll'lll'i.
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May increment: ADJ2 J. Busby, CLEARANCE .
AX3 R. Fabian, AWA 2 J. Ford, AE3B.
Freeman, ADJ2 T. HardenADJ2 I
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,:": '. Cecil Sports
S""! "' ""t'J'1'W1! AMSC John W. Tillis and AMS1 By DTC J.D. Brewster

'[\1, Burl K. Burch of VA-174

', reenlisted for two years during _
ceremonies on April 13. -'--,- -

BOWLING being' formed. Distaff keglers squadrons and forces afloat are
it\ YN3 Thomas C. Buie of VA-174 interested in joining the league eligible for this meet.

reenlisted for four years during American League: After an are requested to call Kay Millerat Interested participants should

\ ceremonies on March 20. absence of one week (apparently 771-4182 or the Cecil Field contact the athletic director at

i SN S.W. Russe and SN L/L. nothing of earth shaking im- Bowling Lanes, Ext. 8491. All Ext. 498.

Thompson of VA-174 received portance occured) the Friendly military dependent wives are
Midget has returned to these eligible.
Navy Unit Commendationmedals SOFTBALL
during ceremonies on pages, loudly proclaiming: 'The Four openings are available in
American League is one of the the Wednesday Night Bowling
April I 6.Tailoring. Cecil Field softball got underway -
best leagues I have ever bowledin League. Competition will Monday night. The
and I feel assured that every commence April 29th. If you
Marines won a 'tight' pitchingduel
SDl R. C. Adriano of VA-72 Set at Cecil team will be fighting to win all want to enter a team call Ext. 498/ from Public Works, 2212.

reenlisted for four years during season/ Dr. Smith of Dental will during working hours. Bewildered ptichers saw 11 of

ceremonies on March For Officers, ChiefsThe be surprised upon learning of this their offerings clear the cozy

boast. SKEET fences of Cecil Field's own Baker
Topped by Locke's 639 series,
naval uniform Bowl. Moore hung on long
represen- Duncan's 612 and Gunters 605, 24 Our bird bangers are scheduled
tative, John Collier, will be at the enough to grab the win.
men rolled 500 or better series. to start the second round of
Navy Exchange April, 22 from 9 In other action, Ops shaded the
High single game honors went to competition on April 27. Five
a.m. to 4 p.m. to take orders for augmented Dental nine, 3-2 and
Bob Locke with a 244 and Brian teams will compete.
officers VA-174 beat VA-45 6-4.
w custom made uniforms for ,
Mudar with a 237. Seventeen With only three shoots
and CPOs. These
are other bowlers recorded 200 remaining in the first half, VA-81 Jack Hardee Cecil
tailored at the Naval Uniform Operation's ,
Standings: to be a lead pipe cinch to
Shop in Brooklyn.He games. appears Field's grand old man of softball,
win. VA-81 nimrods are led off the 6th with a walk, ad-

will also assist in fitting any 2.I. VA46 Ops U 168 8 averaging 22 shattered birds per vanced to 3rd on Taylor's single

stock uniforms at the Exchangeand 3. VA.174 15.9 round. Hawkeye McDaniels and and scored what proved to be the
help with other related 4. VA.4S No.1 1 15.9 his Sunliners appear to be virtually winning run on an infield boot.
uniform items. 5. Weps 1410 unbeatable. Standings: Dental's Olsen matched
6. Marines 14 10
; P
-44, .. 7. VA46NO. 1 14.10 Laughloin pitch-for-pitch until
SN Charles Lawrence of VA-72 Anyone wishing to see Collier 8. VA45NO. 2 11.13 1 1. VA-81 80 the fateful 6th. Taylor went 3-for-
was the reciepient of thesquadron's may do so a t the Exchange or call 9. AMD 1014 2. VA.37 6.3 3 to lead all Ops hitters and Cose
Safety Award for the for an appointment at ext. 375 or 10. VA 83 10,,14 3. VA87 63 contributed a double and a triplein
11. AMDAvions 9 15 4. VA46 61
month of March. 376. 12.Supply 915 5. VA44 52 a losing cause. NOTE: Cer-
13. Food Service 9.15 6. VA.105 45 tain Dental players desire to see
14. Dental 6.18 7. NAMTD 36 the umpires decision which
8. VA 83 36 prevented them from tying the

9. Marines
Bobs Oak Hill 35
National League: Under the 10. VA72 09 game on instant replay.

direction of a less loquacious Dr.
Although plagued by his own
Pure Service Center Piotrowski, the silent men of the HANDBALLThe wildness, Doole of VA-174
National League continue to roll
managed to survive a wild 2nd
quietly along. 'Only' 15 500 series regular handball season inning and limit VA-45 to but one
Open for your convenience 6am.10 p.m. recorded and nine
were 'only'
thereafter in his
was completed last week; run chalking up
bowlers rolled 200 games. Sam however, several games must first win of the young season.
rood service. pick up t delivery DelVecchio's 223 was high game still be made up. Teams having
Thursday night. Congratulationsare

Mechanic on duty American ft Foreign Cars in order to Good of APTU who schedule make up them games as soon are as urged possibleso to ATA1R TRADE.

rolled a scintillating 08 Stan- the
play-offs can commence. tr
dings:
t 103rd & Jammes Road Standings:
I 7719156 Jacksonville. Florida

1. Admin 18.6 0U.
2. VA.174 No. 1 17'/2.6/2' I I. VA,44 'A' 32 3
3. BOQ 17.7 2. VA.174 No.2 319
4. VA-72 |16 8 3. VA,174 No. 1 29 1
5. NAMTD. 2 4. VA 81 1911
1410
MOVE INTO 'The SPOILER'MATADOR 6. AMD 14 10 5. VA.105 16-34
6. VA44-B' 11.24
7. Medical 1311
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::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::;;:::::;:::;::::::::::::::::: 8. VA 83 12.12 7. VC4 1020
9. Dental 11-13 8. VA 83 6.14
10. Operations 10 14 9. Marines 6.19
11. VA 46 816 10. Operations 5.25
12. VA.174 No.2 7Va' 16V? CLIPPER'SILVERLINE
i5 13. NAMTD 6.18 T-CRAFT
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ADVERTISING Messenger of the Masses will be performing at the club this evening.
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Ronnie and the Soul Society will be there tomorrow through
4747 Monday,
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ACEY-DUCEY CLUB

FOR SALE
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dinette set. Will swap for hand tools, ,,..:.,.:.:x.TKANSr0TATK.t .., ..Ik. '::;,::: Four of clubs appear at the Acey Ducey Club. Be there Saturday to
canoe or ? 771.4521.RIVERVIEW hear country western entertainment by Mel Gaden and the Lazy

SERVICE WIVES Rhythm Girls,and don't miss the lub's surprise Happy Hours.
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Jobf Park finders Street 1372, 3547888.Cassat 387.5626 or 1022 :! MOl atE)iOM. {:tit: ::|!, East and West Coast 353.3691. Chiefs' Club location are true. A date has not been established yet, but

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large shaded lots, with large patios, Mel Gaden and the Lazy Rhythm Girls will provide country .

WANTEDI! BABYSITTERNavy paved streets, excellent drinking western entertainment at the Chief's Club tonight and tomorrow night.

Wives Club of America (Cecil dockage.water & no Adults mosquitoes.only. 12 miles Free So.boat of 1966 top PONTIAC, Bucket OTO Seats CONVERT.New PS, Console. Saturday and Sunday will feature dancing to the tunes of the popular
Field No. 121)) needs babysitter for 2& Clubs.
shift, .
NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek. Mag. wheels By owner. $1198
4 Tuesdays of every month. Call 786-
7713068.
Ph. ((904)) 2843369. Green Cove
0042.
Springs. OFFICERS CLUB

WAITRESSWANTED
IMMEDIATELY! JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Movies Beefeaters night this evening from 6 to 9, with the Package Store
Jax
Excellent working conditions, top 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern open from noon to 6 p.m. Happy Hour and the Sing Along will be held
salary. Apply in person. Denny trailer and Apts. 389.3007. tomorrow from 4:30: to 6:30: p.m., and on Saturday there will be dan-

Moran's Coffee Shop. cing to the music of Charlie Jay. The cock lounge will be open all

MOBILE LIVINGOF JACKSONVILLEAzalea afternoon and evening Sunday, with the dining room featuring the ala
Movies will be shown
NEED PART-TIME ( Mobile Home Park) /Mile nightly at carte menu. An Indian buffet will be the menu special Tuesday from 6
Representative, Requirement E 4 or North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. to 9 p.m. .
higher. 6437 Wilson Blvd. schools and shopping center. Clean, There will also be a kiddie
and reasonable rates. Manager on matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a
premises. Children and pets MONTHLY SPECIALI!
regular feature at 2
Sundayand
: welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 389.9226.REALESTATE p.m. D
t MISCELLANEOUS! holidays.
,
The Hospital Theater will have SHRIMP CHICKEN

.: ( one nightly feature at? p.m. Cecil
BE A RADIO OR Field will have two nightly shows ALL YOU CAN EAT
TV ANNOUNCER during the week at 5:30: and 8

Recorded message by leading an. p.m. Matinees will be shown on For Only.$1.19 .
.
nouncer tells you how. C2all any hour. FOR SALE OR RENT
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m.
Includes French
3552944. RECEIVFD ORDERS. Cash for your Fries
equity or let us rent your home. THURSDAYNAS Cole Slaw & Rolls
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for
GEORGE'S KENNELS map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor : 'BLACKBEARD'S GHOST'

Dogs delivery and Cats boarded.. Est. 1925.Free pickupand Poodle Mills, USN Ret. 264-2411. HOSPITAL: 'THE HAPPYENDING' TUP HAT DRIVE IN

Grooming Reasonable, 5085 ORANGE PARK REALTY
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and MILITARY, FREE NOTARY. 2045 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 388-9553

Edgewood) 3890064. ,. FRIDAY, APRIL 17

'HIDDEN WATERS'
AUTO AIR.COND. SERVICEWe Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots NAS: 'THE LONGEST DAY'
also service and repair window available. Excellent fishing, boating, HOSPITAL: 'BLACKBEARD'SGHOST
and central units.Tyler's Home ,
swimming. Mobile area. Also
Heating & Air Cond. permanent home area. High, wooded
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore) lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
388.5161BABYSITTING Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992. SATURDAY, APRIL 18
NAS: 'THE YOUNG, EVIL AND

IRONING WANTED: SAVAGE'
done In my home. Very reasonable. May or June Equity, Orange Park, 3-4 HOSPITAL: 'THE LONGEST
7717866. BR., 2 Bath, Dining R., Family R., DAY'
double garage. D.L. Roark, VT-4, NAS
Pensacola, Fla. 32508. SUNDAY, APRIL 19
NEW RCAand ZENITH STEREOS
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape
players. At dealers cost to liquidate NAS: "...TICK..TICK..TICK'
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. ONLY 30 MINS. FROM JAX HOSPITAL: 'THE YOUNG, VOLKSWAGENS
Deer Springs Estates
EVIL AND SAVAGE'MONDAY
State Road 21, Near
LIVE CRABS and FRESH FISH Keystone Heights 66 SEDAN $1275
Willford'S Fish Camp 2649707. Under Construction Sale APRIL M Blue, R & H, WWT, Air.

Lake lots.70 I x 220-$3500 47 SEDAN $1475

Back lots-100 x 1051450 NAS: 'THE WALKING STICK'HOSPITAL Blue, R I. H, WWT, Air.
FREIGHT DISCOUNT Ranchetts-5 acres$7500 .
Brand New, Slightly Scratched : ... TICK ... TICK' 61 SEDAN $1750
Universal Zig-Zag Sewing Machine, Clyde W.Simpson A Co. Blue, Air Conditioned.
Realtor 356-".'
$42. Credenza Stereo Console $86. TUESDAY,APRIL 21 69 SEDAN $1950
Used) $15.
Underwood Typewriter (
353. NAS: 'FEARLESS FRANK' Red. R 8. H, WSW, Air.'
Cash or terms. Call day or night
1946. Ask for Mr. Joseph. Free home FISH AND SWIM AND 68 FASTBACK $1950Blue
trial and delivery. No obligation. A.) Choice of 2 furn. '2 BR cottages on 'MADIGAN'S MILLIONS' R & H, WWT, Air.
Warehouse! 1606 Main Street. Lake Johnson 9500 .10,500 with terms. HOSPITAL: 'THE WALKING, 68SQUAREBACKRed $2050
ORANGE PARK REALTY
1025 Hwy. 17 STICK' R & H, WWT, Air.

MARRIAGES PERFORMED 246-2411) 69 FASTBACK ????

4655 Post 3884929. Rev.''E.Q.- Open Sat. &Sun. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22 Blue Auto. trans., R & H,WWT, Air, Demo.DOMESTICS.

Hastings. NAS: 'WHERE EAGLES DARE'MENWOMEN


UNIVERSAL TIMUQUANA AREA 66 PLYMOUTH FURY STA. WAG $1300

Sewing Machines 2 BR, fireplace, fenced back yard, Factory Air, Power' Steering, White, R & H.
garage Down payment and take over
TEN TO SELL OlDS $195
payments of $86 a mo. 384-3092 after 18-60 68 DELMONTE
Scratched in handling. Makes but- 6:30.: Door Auto trans., R & H, Factory Air, Power
tonholes, fancy designs, blind hems, TRAIN NOW FOR Steering & Brakes.
monograms. 20 yr. guarantee, 5 yr. CIVILSERVICE EXAMSNo 68 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME $2250

free cash service.or $5 mo.Reg.10 day price free$ $79 home Now trial.$36 '1!:'..:. ..:.::::. ./::RENTALSORANGE' : ::://ii!i; :!:!Uj; id Ex per., No High School Door Hardtop, Auto trans., R & H, Factory Air,

RAYFIELD'S Power Steering. WWT..
POSTAL
CLERK
6437 Wilson Blvd. 771-5028 66 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE $1385

starting pay Is V-8, Auto trans., Power Steering, Air, New paint,
PARK 30,038 miles, Xtra Clean.
IMPROVE YOUR FIGURE 2 BR, House furn.,5mins. to NAS, TV, $306HR.',
With Symbra-Ette, Custom Fitted Linens, utensils optional. Will rent to U. S. Clerks File Clerk Many More To Choose From!
bras and girdles. Also swimwear. 772- TAD personnel or bachelors. 264-6884.

9359 100's of other plus types of lobs
WESTSIDE
We finance your training, jV
CERAMICS ORANGE PARK Keep present Job While training
40 percent off on clocks, I ights, molds, 2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn. Dish KEY \'tJI: YOIISWAGENINC.'tJI
greenware, lighters, decals, glazes, washer, Carpets Drapes. Elizabeth TRAINING
sprays,etc. Priscillas Cermics 7121 Apts., 771-1405 or 771.3355 110W;FQRSYTH ST.
Shindler Dr. Sat. 4 Sun. April 18 and Call now'((24 hours) USED CARS
19 from 7 till 4.
ORANGE PARK 356-0725

LOST 1 BR House,WW carpet, cen. heat and Applications being 1150 LANE AVE. SO. PHONE 711 5511
Near Naval Hosp. Small Dog Tan AC furn. or unfurn., large carport
and white. Mixed Breed Reward 771- shady location adults only 264-6843 accepted nowl Open Dally 8 to 8:30: Saturday 8 to 5. Sunda to 6

6428 or 772-2214. after 4:30.:



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CIVIL SERVICE NEWSA







Awards for Equal Employment I



Achievements Are AuthorizedIn

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k an effort to encourage and citizens in federal employment as portunity program by publicizingthe
e recognize outstanding per- reaffirmed and strengthened by superior accomplishments of
fSF formance in fostering equal Executive Order 11478 of Aug. 8, the award recipients and the
opportunity in the federal 1969.To impact and positive effect these
government, provisions have demonstrate the value accomplishments have had upon
been made for recognition under which management places upon others seeking equal opportunity.

e the Federal Incentive Awards employees, supervisors, and tall" levels of
Persons
0z Program. managers who actively and effectively and managementwho
Awards will be given to persons contribute to equal supervision
clearly excel in promoting
A who have achieved outstanding employment opportunity.
equal employment opportunitywithin
results through unusually effective -To give due and proper honor their organization are
leadership, skill, and distinction to those who, eligible for consideration.
Y vYt imagination, innovation, and recognizing the right of equal
yb 7 perseverance in extending equal opportunity for all, excel in Recognition for superior accomplishments -
d9. M employment opportunities to providing this opportunity to in fostering equal

KISS FOR MY SWEETHEART. Mrs. Dorothy Welch received a federal employees.The others seeking employment or employment opportunity must be
20 year retirement plaque from LCdr. S. R. Stokes of Public Works purpose of the award is: already within the federal ser based on objective evidence
DepartmentFridayand a kiss from her husband, Robert Mrs. Welch -To emphasize the policy of vice.To which indicates that the super
worked as a clerk -typist in the PWD Engineering Division. She plansto U.S. Government to provide effectively give impetus to visor has excelled in such job
be a full-time housewife and grandmother now. equality of opportunity for all ,the equal employment op- factors as: ((1)) motivating em-
ployees through direct en

_ Jacksonville Civilian X-ray Program Continuesployees develop couragement their and full potential assistance and to

Jax The station's annual have been asked to have troller's Office, NARTU, Com days. utilize their skill to the maximum
program of giving chest x-rays to their name badges in plain view missary, and NATTC. Employees from the following extent; (2) achieving effective
civilian employees will continue when entering the line to obtain Employees of the Credit Union, offices and organizations have employee utilization; and (3))
through the month, according to their IBM card. Women should Bank, Post Office and Disease been scheduled for x-rays on demonstrating sensitive treat
a memorandum from the in not wear large buttons, beads or Vector Control may report April 23 and 24 between 8 and ment of all employees.
dustrial medical officer. pins; nor ,should they wear between 8 and 11:30: a.m. or 11:30: a.m. and 1 and 4 p.m.:
would also be
Employees on the 'B' shift are blouses or dresses made of nylon. between 1 and 4 p.m. on the same DSSO, Industrial Relations, Persons eligiblefor
awards whose work
being x-rayed this week in Bldg. 8 Scheduled for x-rays between days. Data Processing Depart- Finance Office,NAAO, ROCMM, such is
between 3:30: and 6 p.m. In 8:30: and 11:30: April 21 and 22 are ment workers are scheduled ROINCC, Red Cross, Naval not specifically in equal but who employment
preparing for the x-rays, em- employees from the Comp- between 1 and 4 p.m. on bothtion Training Device Center, Printingand opportunity,
through superior accomplishments -
.
.rassss Publications
Operations
,
in training
,
Civilian PromJax Legal, Management
BulletinElectronics Analysis, recruiting, or other activities
Administration
Communications
HONDAMOTORS advance in the
equal opportunity
Civilian employees of the Training Unit Det. Security, Defense federal
Naval Air Rework Facility, air Jax, Commissary Stores, Naval Traffic Management Service, government.
4949 BLANDING& CYCLES'BLVD.CO. station, Naval Air Reserve Hospital, Recruiting Station, Navy Exchange, Fleet Weather, Awards may also be made to
Training Unit, Fleet Air Disease Vector Control Center, FAETULANT, ComFair, employees for excellence in
PHONE 771.8144 Jacksonville, Fleet Aviation Regional Storage ManagementOffice FICEUR Weapons, Medical, fostering the government's equal
Fleet Weather Facility, Public Affairs and MTMTS.Stragglers' employment opportunity
Fleet Intelligence Center, Navy days are plannedon program through non federal
Finance, Regional Office of April 27 through 30. activities.
Civilian ---,. ........,...",.,., -
Manpower Management, -
,>
::
and Defense Surplus Sales, : : t,
We loana should refer to the official
bulletin boards in their work area
for information concerning all
positions for which applicationsare

million now being accepted.
These new bulletins are announced
to establish registers to
fill future vacancies in the
following positions:
dollars Refrigeration Mechanic

(Ammonia Systems), MPB 36-70,
open continuously with April 20 v
the first cut-off date.

dayWhen Boiler Plant Operator, WG-7,
every 10, and 11. No. 37-70, open con-
tinuously with April 23 the first
cut-off date.Foreman.
Refrigeration and .
you're big enough to loan that much ,
Air Conditioning Mechanic, No.
every day, you're big enough to say "yes"to 38-70, with April 22 the date for td
almost any money need. So, if you need closing for receipt of ap
money for car repairs, house repairs, or if plications.
you want to make your leave a real vacation, Computer Aid GS-225-4, MPB TO GS. 9.- Joyce Muller accepts promotion papers from Cdr. R. L.
come to Aetna. 39-70, open continuously. April 23 Williams, data processing officer. With this promotion to GS 9, Mrs.
is the first cut-off date. Muller is a computer programer. Supervisors J. F. Cohoon (I) and R.
You see, we realize that people need moneyfor B. Langille were present for the ceremony.
many different reasons. And we like to

help whenever we can. So, if you need cash,

whatever the reason, stop by, or call. MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE rJ

,(7

AETNAFINANCE All Ranks All Ages r}aft ') nan

LOW RATES \1 f' "
'\\1 *
.. \1 -l"
las
/ 1
EASY MONTHLY
When money matters, Aetna's got what it takes San Juan at Niblick

Phone 384-4406
PAYMENTS
3 Convenient Locations
-1 1, 2 and 3 Bedrooms
Garden Type Apartments with
t 8006 Lem Turner Road CONTINENTAL INSURANCE Country Club Atmosphere
Phone:768-0501: I Kitchens equipped with G-E
e Ranges & R'rigerators

.5551 Normandy Blvd. UNDERWRITERS, INC. Individual Heating il by Al.G-E ditioning and
.
Phone:7860191Loans : Drapes furnished
(Formerly McDougall's Insurance) e Wall to Wall Carpeting

From $50 to $600 6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388 7676 Large Swimming Pool

CALL USANYTlME'PAGE


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1 ___ NutJJlu.lbl'uI'I' Wctk Books T Papers

LL: j. f C Y apes,

I READINGIS

eiwI ,_ Offer EntertainmentNATIONAL



i LIBRARY WEEK, reels. You do not need to worry if
k .k April 12.18, 1970 the taping room is filled, because

by Marcia Batchelor, there are records and record
FOR Librarian, NATTC players to enjoy, too.
In addition to books for every

READING IS FOR age, the Naval Air Technical
EVERYBODY! is the theme for Training Center Lbrary (Bldg.
EVERYBODY National Library Week 1970. 563)) has phonographs, records
It Continuously throughout the and a tape recorder for ser
year, but particularly one week vicemen's use. To satisfy instructors -
each April, libraries throughoutthe and students in the
country emphasize the Aviation Electronics and
benefits and opportunities of Aviation Ordnance Schools, there
reading and of using libraries.' are a few more technical booksat
Through reading we acquire NATTC than in the other

knowledge and stretch the libraries. The small collection of
imagination. duty station pamphlets is rapidly
In libraries, books, magazinesand being worn out by the constantuse
newspapers have been of NATTC personnel.

nflUlll GENERAL LIBRRRV PROGRAM supplemented by records, tapes, The Naval Hospital Librariesdo .
.
I films, art objects and hobby the specialized job of supplying :
Photo by Robert D. Moeeer. <))US. Naval Institute. Reprinted l by permit lion
exhibits. There are opportunities reading material to the sick.With
unlimited for education or for the help of Red Cross Volunteers
Admiral Holds recreation. books and magazines are taken to
I Library Hours | The Navy General Library the floors occupied by bed
Program is an integral part of patients. Ambulatory patientsand
each station's education and staff the Branch
use Lbraryon
As Key to World NAS(Jax Bldg.Library 3)) recreation program. The three the second floor of the
general libraries on the Naval Air Hospital. The General Library in
Station,Jacksonville, and the one Bldg. 2009 is open to all military
Monday, 12:30: p.m. to 9
p.m.
at Cecil Field offer a wide personnel and their families.Do .
Jax RAdm. H. J. Kossler, is happening .,.Thurs. 8:30: a.m. to 9 p.m.
variety of books, magazines, and
not forget that each libraryhas
.
commandant, Sixth Naval continuously & Holidays Closed
newspapers. Did you know that reference and
general
District took time out to
expresshis periodicals} the NAS Library (Bldg. 3) has
reading material for all to use.
Cecil Field
feelings about the role that books. Your Library
books for the tinest pre-school
the in the life of (Bldg.24)) You can find the newest best
library plays a all of these.
child avid
to the most 'retired'reader
sellers to the finest classics in
navy man. what you want ? Cookbooks, animal and
He said, 'We are living in try to get it -Fri. 7:30: a.m. to 9:30: p.m. reptile books are among the most every library.
troubled and serious times. Our ., Sun., Holidays 1 p.m. to 9:30:
sources. used find National Week 12-
at NAS. Here you can a Library April
job is to defend our country, our 'The next collection of college catalogs and 18, designates a time when
liberties, and the free world. We want to occupational materials. People libraries and their purposes are
must know how to get along and and broaden NATTC Library preparing for the Federal Service promoted and publicized.
work with people in other lands. of forces at (Bldg.563))
Entrance Examinations use the EVERYONE is urged to visit the
We must acquire the knowledgethat today, and Arco-published books on the closest Navy General Library.
will enable us to present to more ., Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. shelves at NAS.
others a true picture of our own challenging ., Sun., Holidays 1 p.m. to 9 Cecil Field Library, located in
.
country. full Bldg. 24, is attractive and in-
'If we are to speak with con- libraries, viting with blue carpet and birch- a v
viction, we must know our sub- USNH General Library
spend a part panelled walls. Besides the usual
jects. An emotional approach, the reading (Bldg.2009)) books, magazines, newspapersand CN
ignoring the facts, will achieve your college catalogs, the unique ,., Wp
boomerang.To keep with what Fri. 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.
up attraction at Cecil Field Libraryis .
., Sun., Holidays Closed
the The
taping room. equip
ment is sophisticated enough to
Y make a tape deck as well as tape
It's ) t l tIV I
your. (
BANK AMERICARD AMERICAN EXPRESScSTANDARDOILMASTERCHARGE
Credit Cards Honored

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minton 0 With congenial young neighbors to RENTING: HOURS:
Includes: CUSTOM RADIO RECLINING help enjoy them. 0 All only one block from Mon. Thru Sat.:8:30-6:30: ; Sun. 1.6:30: 'I
golf and an elementary school-with other I 1 i DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd.,
WHITE SIDEWALLS'WHEEL schools, shopping centers and boating min turn right on San Juan-Continue past
WALL TO WALL CARPETWG' I2 MONTHS utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the .' i' Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
FULL PRICE WHICH INCLUDES TAX Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown -turn left to apartments.
Jacksonville in 15. O Apartments have individually
REGENCY controlled heating and air condition j
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Jax Marine Wives Club Samples Iw d



Turpentine Flavors and Scents


-
Jax Would you serve turpentine of the pine tree. Lemon, lime, peppermint,
your family turpentine Never! The pine and pine products spearmint,and nutmeg havebeen

But you might be doing just that.A industry in Florida alone contributes built using the basic molecules in SAMPLE PACKAGE. R. K. Wirth gave each of the Marine
demonstratedto billion dollars to the turpentine. Aromatic oils have
local company 1.2 Wives a sample package containing pine and turpintine literature and
MarineWivesClub annual The been synthesized to be equal to or
the themanyand state's economy.
two special containers. One held a tiny vial of heavy French perfumethat
varieduses of turpentinehas local industry relies upon the better than the most expensiveand was especially blended from their synthesized aromatic oils by a
been put to use through modern kraft, or strong paper making rare perfume oils. Unlike perfume house that uses the oils. In the second package'were hard
chemistry and research. mills here in Florida for their natural oils, synthetic oils do not candies flavored with synthesized oils from the turpentine.
Robert K. Wirth told the wives waste or by-product: turpentine.The depend upon excellent weather
the history of naval stores, or the local company, establishedin and good crop conditions from
uses of pine sap dating from Jacksonville in 1911, heats, year to year.
biblical times when Noah pitched cools and chemically breaks Blind persons have been hiredto
..J
'. the art to make it waterproof.Now down or reshapes the turpentine test samples and compare '
modern man is just molecules.The result is hundredsof them to the real taste and smell. : :

beginning to tap the hundreds of industrial and household The company hired them after k ,YvASr% n RPog>,
potentials from naval stores. organic chemicals.Of their own'normally sighted
Items ranging from cleaning course their main product is personnel were not able to test _
solvents, fine perfume oils and pine oil used in the most popular the samples to meet the qualitythe _
natural tasting synthetic flavorsto cleaning and disinfecting agents. market demanded. The
disposable diapers and explosives But they have specialized and company worked with the
have been made from their research has developedways Florida Council for the Blind to S
turpentine of the pine tree. to synthesize essential oils. train and hire two shifts of per- !
sons to sample the synthesized ::4
products and compare them to 'a.rrai:4
-
Hawaiian Luau Theme
the real thing. By hiring two
shifts of workers blind
I more J>
For JOWC persons can be employed and it r' y A
Spring CharityThe ,,
has been found that after more ,vf Sk r

than four hours of testing the .... .
Jacksonville Officers Highlight of the Luau will be a taste and smell senses can wear ,"/< \
Wives Club has announced plans roast pig accompanied by thin. Blind testers have met the

for their annual Spring Charity Hawaiian foods. Cocktails beginat high market demands for per ,, ",, 11(. ,. ?.
Event. This year the wives have 7 p.m. with dinner served at 9 fection.

planned an Hawaiian Luau on p.m. There will be dancing and Wirth brought, samples of Wives compare ideas of what synthetic lime and wintergreen
May 9 at the NAS Officer's Club. entertainment, and the pools will 'sniff testers' and lime and scent is inside this tiny bottle. flavors in frosting. Mr. Wirth
Mrs. J. 0. Heft, chairman of be open for those who want to wintergreen taste oils for the Holding the scent label under a made green wintergreen and
the Luau has presented the play in the surf. Dress Hawaiian wives to test. By switching colorson finger and trying to guess the pink.lime to fool the wives who
tickets to Mrs. W. C. Forehand, style or casual for the evening. the taste test and hiding the exact smell wasn't as easy as it found the flavors had a long
ticket chairman. Mrs. Forehand scent label the sighted women sounded. The wives also triedNews lasting taste.Disposal .
announced that the tickets are Mrs. Heft stated that all had to guess and guess again to -
now on sale for a$10 donation per proceeds from the event will be pinpoint the exact taste or scent. BriefsJax I
couple. given to charity.

The Disposal Division, Programs. Inspectionsof
... NAS Jax, has announced a the property is invited.
government surplus spot bid sale
Jax It is requested that all
for 9 a.m. April 22.
The sale will take place at the Department Heads and Division
i surplus lot Vfc miles south of the Officers submit a recommendation -
list no later than May
NAS Jax main gate. Only
1 for all
personnel eligible to
Military and DOD personnel are
invited to participate with the .compete in the August 1970 Navy
wide
examinations for
advancement

exception of persons under 21
years of age and those whose in rating.
duties include responsibilities for Submit recommendations to
the Educational Services Office
or within the Defense Property ,
Building 200.

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JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 15
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:ftVAWft:::::::::::::::::::ft::::::::::::::'.l.JiSftVft::::::::::WffSi:::::::::! Revised Softball BOWLING STANDINGS

rnWr !--. Schedule Listed :", American

moo I, ,(,,- MONDAY,APRIL 20 t' MAD 23-5
.

..............................................................................................;....................................................... 5Pm. Mackroth Field FAETU-MAD Outcasts E-Zephyrs 21-11 22-10
Jax-A reminder to ath'ptes' in 7 p.m. Mets-Numba 10 4 Hunters 22-14
the Jax intramural program of Hospital FieldS King Pins 19-13
the upcoming track and field p.m. GEM-FICEUR
meet to be held Tuesday,April 28. 7 p.m VP-45-FWF National
There is a large entry this yearso Enterprise FieldS
in order to place in the meet p.m. NATTC-Admed Eagles 25-7
top conditioning will be essential.To Blue 23-9
provide this conditioning the TUESDAY,APRIL 21 RATTC No,17 25-11
Special Services Office is Mackroth Field Hard Hats 21-11
making available equipment; for 5 p.m VP-16-FWF Red Darters 20-12
practicing each Wednesday from 7 p.m Ilosp VW-4
1 to 4 p.m. at the track on the Hospital Field ContinentalPin
southwest end of the base. 5 p.m. ComFair-Weapons
7 p.m. 679th-MARTD Benders 25-6
Swimming Meet Enterprise Field p k j CPO's VW-4 23-9
5 p.m. ACMaint.AirOpsWEDNESDAY ; Quacks No.1 20-8
Swimmers should also keep in i1 I 1 MARTD 19-13
mind the annual NAS Swimmingand ,APRIL 22 t Uncles 20-16
Diving Meet Tuesday, May Mackroth Field tI I
12. There will be ten events with 5 p.m FWF-Mets tSI $ 'aYo1iirPJ-: ;
trophies going to the first two 7 p.m. AdmedGEMhospital i I ONE HOUR It
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finishers in each event and points Field I A i ''t.. Ao
awarded to the teams in com- 5 p.m. NATTC-VP-45 .i.iRE '
petition for the Ironman Trophy. 7 p.m. MAD-NumbalO J _,
Enterprise Field +trt turn VW6
Varsity Softball 5 p.m FICEUR-FAETU -UP'S FOR THREE-SSgt. Bernard J. Mikonis, MARTD, is TtMCKCIMS
congratulated by LtCol. John M. Rapp, CO,MARTD,after reenlisting t'.OON4.Afa Z6
Three practice sessions a week THURSDAY,APRIL 23 for three years
have been set up by Coach Frank Mackroth Field -
McCaffrey for the Jax Fliers 5 p.m MARTD-Hosp.
Softball team. Practices will be 7 p.m. Air Ops-ComFair
held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Wed- Hospital Field
TEEPEE CROWDED?
nesday and Thursday at 5 p.m. A-CMaint.479th
Mackroth Field. 7 p.m. NARTU-VW-4 .
Enterprise Field
5 p.m Weapons-VP-16I

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1550 0 ASS AT AVENUE
Five coffee a He awarded the
Jax- outstanding ser- a monogramed cup repairman. was
vicemen from various commands $50.00 Savings Bond, and three title on the merits of his out-
aboard this station have recently months of privileged parking.The standing job performance, 69 IMPALA $2595Spt.
made news by receiving honors 679th Air Force Radar military bearing, and knowledgeof
and promotions.From Squadron has announced that current affairs. Cpe., V-8, Auto trans.,
VW-4, ATR2 Lawrence AIC Ernest L. Gooch is, 'Airmanof Patrol Squadron 45 has also Factory Air Power
M. Moskal was chosen as the the Month' for March. AlC honored an outstanding Steering, R&H, WW Tires,
squadron's first 'Sailor of the Gooch is currently assigned to crewmember by naming YN2 .oO Solid Butternut Yellow
.. Quarter.' In addition to a letter of the Ground Radio Com Leon Stroy 'Red Darter of othe Exterior Black Vinyl
Commendation, Moskal received munication Section as aRe Month.' Stroy is a native of Interior.
Jacksonville, and is in charge of
officer records in the VP-45
I -Up Bonus admin office.A 68 NOVA $1295
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been appointed at the Marine Air

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