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Creation Date: April 23, 1970
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Published by the Holt Publishing l Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official 1 expression of any
military depar'r ''nt. Tho appearance of advertisements In this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department the products or services advertised.

VOL. 28 NO. 5 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL23,1970TOP

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;- --- Retroactive 8.1 MilMI<<

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Hike To Be in April 30 ChecksJax


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There'll be a whopping bonus in Navy pay checks April 30 as a result of

the big government pay package signed into law by President Nixon following

the recent strike by Postal employees. The 6 percent federal employee hike

results in an 8.1 percent across the board boost in basic pay for men and womenin
the armed services.
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Retroactive from January 1,
the 8.1 increase hikes the base Civilian Scale would be included in civilian pay
pay of a new recruit from $115.20to The civilian pay office at NAS checks along with the new 6
$124.50, while at the other end Jax had not received the new percent pay increase.
of the scale, a captain with over civil service pay scale at For the benefit of civilian!
FA 20 years service, will have a new deadline, and therefore, could not employees, the new pay scale is
9 R base pay of $1,456.20 per month. predict when the retroactive pay printed on page 4.

P, Other pay comparisons show a
TAOp second class petty officer with RicherA
$10,000
eight years service getting a new
ENLISTED FOR MARCH.. AX3 Cynthia L. England accepts a base pay of $411.60, up from '
handshake and certificate from Capt. H. 0.Cutler, NAS CO, for being $387.70. r tr
named March Serviceman of the Month. She was on leave when Pay officials and disbursing
chosen three weeks ago and will receive a gift certificate to the clerks at the Navy Finance Office
Candlelight Restaurant and a free day in St. Augustine from the here, which also pays Navymenat r
Jacksonville USO.SecNav. Cecil Field and Mayport, are
already figuring the retroactive

: International pay bonus day.into the pay for the April 30

Pay System Change
Mrs. lola Miller, executive
Relations Are ChallengeJax assistant-at the Finance Office,
said, 'We'll be able to clear up the
Secretary of the Navy the world then we must bear retroactive pay just in time to fF i,
John H. Chafee was in our share of ,the burden '. the begin figuring the May 15th pay
Jacksonville Sunday to addressthe 'r burden of aid to foreign nations, when we go to the twice a month ,
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Jacksonville University of the maintenance of a well- military pay system.
commencement on the JU trained and well-equipped Twice a month pay, normally
campus.In military establishment, of to be held the 15th and 30th of F
his address to the 337 preparedness to honor our each month, was ordered to be FFt
graduating seniors the secretary commitments.'The started Navy wide by July 1,
pointed out that one of the other major challenge is a although the local Finance Office
greatest challenges faced by the national problem,' Secretary here has beaten that deadline and
J new graduates will be one of Chafee said. will switch to twice monthly pay
r international relations. He added 'If we can, we will May 15.Under.
'Resistance of the temptation to have set a standard that will the upcoming pay RICH YOUNG MAN .. PT2 Robert G. Bissonnette has the look of
shrink within a 'Fortress provide encouragement and system, pay days will be held on wealth as he is congratulated by Cdr. S. J. McArdle, VP-45 executive
America'will be one of the major direction for the rest of the the 15th and 30th of each month officer, after he reenlisted for an $8,000 VR bonus plus a $2,000 regular
challenges you will encounter world.' except when the last day of the bonus.
continuously. Secretary Chafee was awardedan month falls on Saturday, Sundayor INSIDE-
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'But if we value the rights we honorary doctor of laws a holiday. In the case of a
call freedoms if we are serious degree by the university's normal pay day coming on a non-
about preventing nuclear wars, if president, Robert H. Spiro, work day, pay day will be held on military scale 14
we want peace for ourselves and during the ceremony. the last work day preceding the pay on page
weekend or holiday, but pay will

I Adm. Zumwalt New CNO be for the entire period. x x ,



I. Admiral Moorer Nominated to Chair Joint Chiefs of Staff II


Jax-Adm.Thomas Moorer, Naval Academy in June 1933 training at Pensacola and won his 1942, Admiral Zumwalt served in Japanese battleships at the
chief of Naval Operations, has with a commission as an ensign wings in the summer of 1936. He destroyers during WWII end was Battle of Leyte Gulf in October
been nominated by President and was subsequently promotedto next served with fighter awarded the Bronze Star for
Nixon to become the next his four-star rank in June 1964. squadrons in the Pacific as a pilot his actions aboard the USS 1944.After
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of After serving two years! aboard and was at Pearl Harbor with RQbinson during fighting against the war, he commandedas
Staff, the nation's highest post fora cruisers h* entered flight Fleet Air Wing Ten when the ( prize crew officer) a 1,200-ton
man in uniform. Japanese attacked on Dec. 7, Japanese river gunboat. that
The President also nominated capacity he took the first ship
VAdm. Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr., 1941.Two months after Pearl since the outbreak of the war,
current commander of all Naval r Harbor, Admiral Moorer was flying the American flag, up the
Forces Vietnam, to take over the ,?.. shot down in a patrol plane while Yangtze River to Shanghai.
helm of the Navy as Chief of flying north of Darwin, Australia. rg tyu He was awarded a letter of
Naval Operations. The two He was rescued by a ship, but the commendation with ribbon and
admirals are expected to assume ship was sunk on the same day. combat 'V' for his meritorious
their new positions July 2. FA. He later was awarded the service as navigator of the
In naming Admiral Moorer to 'Distinguished Flying Cross battleship USS Wisconsin duringthe
the country's top military job % :;4c fi'K Silver Star and Purple Heart for Korean Conflict.
President Nixon selected the first 4, his actions in combat before the In 1959 he assumed commandof
Navyman to be the JCS close of the war. the USS Dewey, the first ship
chairman since Adm. Arthur W. During the years following the n As built from the keel up as a guided
Radford held the post in the war he served as Commander, kY missile ship. He was promoted to
1950's. Admiral Radford retired Seventh Fleet; Commander in rear admiral and in July 1965 he
from the post in August 1957. Chief Pacific Fleet, and assumed command of Cruiser .
Admiral Zumwalt is the Commander in Chief U. S. Destroyer Flotilla Seven, and for
youngest admiral to be named as Atlantic Fleet before becoming duty in that capacity was
.... Chief of Naval Operations since Chief of Naval Operations.Adm. a.J' awarded his second Legion of
the first had CNO 20 ,7 Merit.
Navy a :
years < ; "'
1
.Zumwalt ';'
ago. .4/ rv .
'ti} He became Commander Naval
From Alabama, Admiral Graduating cum laude from the Forces,Vietnam, in September
graduated Jrom the Adm. Moorer Naval Academy in the summer of Adm. Zumwalt 1968.J4AxkAIR .

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I Rule of LawMay .' -- 11[ oU(:::C1



1 marks the 13th annual observance of Law Day- a special day

set aside by Congress for reaffirming our loyalty to the United States s j- hces: 's
and rededicating ourselves to the rule of law. ss W

Wherever men have lived together they have found it necessary to
develop rules of conduct. Law is the opinion of the majority as to whatis CATHOLICNAVAL

right behavior. It is formulated as custom or put into writing, and ti e rv ,; a "f; 4,
enforced by the authority of the government.The AIR STATION
law is the basic route by which we accomplish social gains. Saturday Mass 5 P.M.

Through legislative enactments, at all levels of government, the will of Sunday Mass- 11:00: A.M.
the people is expressed and progress toward a better society is Daily Mass -11:30: A.M.

consolidated.No Saturday Confessions -
law can be said to represent final truth. Public opinion about f iW'S'S s 4 10:30: 11:30 A.M.
what is right changes from generation to generation. That has become

increasingly evident during the last few years. And, generally, the S NAVAL HOSPITAL

laws of the United States have kept pace with public opinion. Law is Sunday Mass 8 A.M.
always growing or evolving. If it were not, we might still have laws ,.
such as these on the books: L NATTC
and under 20 of cannot attend 55 S 5' .
Young men women years age Sunday Mass* 930AM.

dances. HOMECOMING ENLISTMENT When AZ2 John Still considered Bldg: 500
Patrons must not enter a tavern on horseback. reenlisting he requested orders to Naples Italy, home of his wife,
Any family owning bathtub must keep it in the yard rather thanin
of VP-16
Adalgisa. The request was granted and Cdr. E. R. Nordtvedt PROTESTANTNAVAL
the house. reenlisted the four year veteran. The squadron presented John and
The benefits that have come to each of us as individuals and to all of with
Adalgisa, along daughter Marcy the VP-16 plaque.
us as Americans through our adherence to the rule of law are endless.It .
i is through the process of law that our nation has acheived its HOSPITAL
amazing growth and development. Sunday Worship-10 A.M.

President Nixon set the tone for the Day when he said in his Law Day

proclamation'The law does: not rule by itself Citizens administer it, and each NAVAL AIR Sunday STATION

citizen must abide by its constraints and accept its reponsibilities if JI( JlfoJThe Holy Communion 8:30:

the rights, freedoms, opportunities and protections of all citizens are A.M. Bldg. 750
Church School (all )
ages
to be guarded. (AFPS)
9 A.M.

two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different Junior Church (Nursery -
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. I, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: grade 6)) 10 A.M.
breakfast 6 a.m. to 7:30: a.m.; dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and supper 4 p.m. to
The Enemy WithinBy 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m. Divine Worship Service
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m. supper 5:00: p.m. to 6:1S..Both Dining halls observe 10 A.M. Bldg. 750'
the same hours on week-ends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a.m. to Junior Youth Fellowship
8:30a.ma brunch 9:30: a.m.to 12:30: p.m.;and supper 4p.m.to5:30p.m: .
Cdr. A. F. Jensen CIIC Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 1 P.M. Bldg. 722
cents dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents. Senior Youth Fellowship

1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
There is a Northern Legend about a man who thought he was being FRIDAY, APRIL 24
pursued by a monster. His stacks of hay were burned, his barns Tuesday
unroofed, his cattle destroyed, his lands blasted and his first born Breakfast Dinner Supper Senior Choir Rehearsal
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slain. So he lay in wait for the monster where it lived in a chasm near Hot Eggs Oatmeal to Order Mulligatawny Italian Meat Sauce Soup Oyster Deep Fried Stew Fish 7 P.M. Bldg. 750
his house. Suddenly, in the darkness of the night he saw it. With a cry French Toast Boiled Spaghetti Tartar Sauce
he rushed upon it, gripped it about the waist, but it turned upon him Grilled Ham Slices Pizza Pie Ham and Noodles Scalloped
and held him. by the shoulders. He continued for a time to wrestle withit Praline Buns Au Dutch Gratin Apple Asparagus Pie Creole Strawberry Wax Gelatin Beans ThursdayChristian Science Ser

reeling, 'Staggering, falling, and rising again. At length a flood of Orange bar vice 8 P.M.
strength came over him, and he overthrew it, and stood over it with his SATURDAY, APRIL25
hand pressed against its throat. As he drew his knife to kill it, the moon NATTC

shot through an opening in the clouds spreading light over his victim.He Early Breakfast Brunch Supper Divine Worship12 P.M.
saw its face and the face of the monster was his own. Hot Farina Beef Noodle Soup Split Pea Soup
Eggs to Order Submarine Sandwiches Baked Pork ChopsPineapple Bldg. 500Evening
Hot Cakes Potato Chips Brown Onion Gravy
P.M.
We are too of ten our own worst enemies. The most serious problemswe Broiled Bacon Slices Boston Baked Beans Steamed Rice Worship
have to deal with in life are frequently the ones within us that we Raised Doughnuts Ice Cream Cups Buttered Fresh Bldg. 500

fail to recognize.They, like the monster of this legend, are creations of Frozen Boiled Navy Broccoli Beans

the mind, but, again like the monster, we imagine we see them all Chocolate Cake
around us. The problems we are unable to solve and refuse to Fudge Icing TrafficViolations

recognize in ourselves, we find we can easily identify in someone else,
and of these we can become extremely critical. To stop and look SUNDAY, APRIL26

seriously and critically ourselves however, is a different story. Thisis Early Breakfast Brunch SupperHot _
difficult. It can be so painful that it is often easier to deny our Oatmeal Bean/Soup Pepper Pot Soup
Eggs to Order Chicken Pot Pie Grilled Beef Steak
weaknesses and problems and see them as the monsters pursuing us French ToastWashed Potatoes Fried Onions
through others. Grilled Sausage Patties Buttered Brussels French Fried Potatoes The following is a report of
Raisin Rolls Sprouts Buttered Peas and Carrots motor vehicle accidents and
We tend to do the same thing in religion. To enter into a friendly Ice Cream Cups Pineapple Cream Pie traffic violations for the period
relationship with God means that we must first be honest with
April 7 13.
ourselves. We know cannot deceive the Almighty but to
we we can try MONDAY APRIL27 Number of Accidents
deceive ourselves about Him. There are many approaches for one to .
This week 9.
use to deceive himself in the area of religion. He can be severely Breakfast Grits Onion Dinner SupperHot
Scup Vegetable Soup Total accidents this
critical of the faith of others and see the inconsistencies of their Eggs to Order Beef Pot Roast Grilled Ham Steaks year
through 13 94.
April
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beliefs. He can say no one is good enough to meet the demands of God. Broiled Bacon Slices Brown Gravy Home Fried Potatoes
French Toast Oven Number of accidents through
Browned Potatoes
Creamy Gravy
He can become philosophical about religion, or argue about religion
Cake Doughnuts Beets in Orange Sauce Buttered Mixed Vegetables April 1969.113.
without adequate knowledge of the subject. These are, of course, not Seasoned Succotash Boiled Pinto Beans Total number of since last
days
denials of God, but an admission of one's inability to come to grips Sugar Cookies Peach Shortcake
Fruit Gelatin in motor vehicle accident
with God. The God of our Jewish Christian tradition expects us to Whipped Topping injury a

start where we are, and to honestly recognize ourselves for what we :37.
are. This we are taught is the starting point of faith. Number Violations
TUESDAY, APRIL 28 This week 79

May we always look at ourselves honestly, for the monsters we Breakfast Dinner Supper Speeding 12
create will come back to haunt us.AIR. Hot Oatmeal Corn Chowder Bean Soup Reckless Driving 1
Ham Omlet Grilled Hamburgers Maryland Fried Chicken Going through stop sign 4
Hot Griddle Cakes Simmered Frankfurters Chicken
Gravy Other violations 62
Grilled Luncheon Meat French Fried Potatoes Mashed
Potatoes
Cinnamon Rolls Italian Baked Beans Bread Dressing Thirty two drivers appeared
Spinach w chopped Egg /Mexican Corn before the Traffic Hearing Board
JAX MEWS Banana Cream Pie Dutch Apple Pie on April 16. Disposition of the

cases included the following:
15 lost driving and parking
privileges aboard station for
WEDNESDAY, April 29
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper various periods; 9 were assigned
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Breakfast Dinner Supper to complete an eight-hour course

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Hot Eggs Farina to Order Beef Braised Rice Veal Soup Steaks Tomato Beef Stew Soup. in remedial driving; 7 received

private/irm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Minced Beef Tomato Gravy Grilled Liver suspensions; 7 were given

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2,, NAS Sugar Home Rolls Fried Potatoes Potatoes Buttered Rissols Green Beans Onion Gravy warnings; 4 were dismissed; 10
Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before publication. News Brussels Sprouts w. Buttered Noodles were fined (U. S.
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Lemon Butter Creole Wax BeansTHURSDAYS.APRIL30 Commissioner) ; and 5 were
3119. Ice Cream Sundays referred to commanding officers

for possible disciplinary action.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Twelve drivers were assessed
concerning such should be directed to: 53 traffic points

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Breakfast Dinner

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Hot Oatmeal 4 Chicken Noodle Soup Cream Supper of Potato t Soup
Eggs to OrderPineapple Pan Roast of Beef
Telephone 388-2755 Hot Cakes Brown Gravy Barbecue Barbecued Spareribs
Grilled Ham Slices Mashed Potatoes Sauce
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VOL. 28 NO. 5 APRIL23,1970 Parsley Buttered Carrots steamed Buttered Sauerkraut
Green Beans
Cherry Pie
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JAX AIR NEWS. AFTERBURNER PAGE,

Cecil Offers Civil Service Hordesty to Address I ICl

r Retirement Planning CourseEditor's kocH Field Wives .b I|

Note: Hartley Steeves listing them for ready reference Dr. Cecil Hardesty,
is a supply systems analyst with when you need them. superintendent of Duval County
the Planning Division at NAS The 42 employees who finish Schools, will be speaking 'to the r m
Cecil's Supply Dept. lie recently public during the NWCA meetingon
completed a Civil Service Monday at 10 a.m. in the
I' retirement planning course at Station Theater.He .
Cecil. Here are his views on the ,. accepted an invitation to be
course). H guest speaker during the April
By Hartley Steeves social education meeting of the Mr
Forty two employees at NAS Navy Wives Club of America 1 1.
i Cecil Field are learning othat Cecil Field Chapter 121.
there is more to retirement than This will give base personneland
doing things that 'just come dependents an opportunity to
naturally'; that there is more to learn more about the operationand
retirement than dressing so you organization of the county + t
can be easily idenfitied by your schools which our children d hM 'tN!RM'F w 1 h+
mate in a crowd; that there is attend. DID THEIR OWN THING .. Five firemen at NAS Cecil took the
more to retirement than adorning brush by the handle and repainted one of the department's vehicle
yourself with gadgets and ..T6J recently because the paint was deteriorating and didn't measure up to
walking around with a sunburn.A S CPO Swim Tags ReadyAll their standards of appearance, according to Fire Chief H. N. Troupe.
program is now in progressat The firemen are (left to right) Neil R. Hansen, John O. Robertson,
Cecil Field titled 'Active Chief Petty Officers and Norris W. Turner and William Behlmer./ The fifth man is Lawrence C.
Retirement: The Reward of Civil their dependents stationed at Johnson.The savings to the government was only $80but the men feel
Service.' The program is offeredas "RETIREMENTJUSTDO.: Cecil Field will be required to the upkeep in appearance is worth much more, according to Troupe.
a correspondence course to WHAT COME NATURALLY have identification tags prior to
those employees who will reach a using pool facilities. <...:: DON'T FORGET DAYLIGHT
retirement plateau within the this course won't know, anymore The tags will cost 25 cents each
next five years. The course takes than they do now as to where the and you may order by contactingunit (' SAVINGS TIME
into consideration the fact that fish are biting, but they will enjoy board of advisors SUNDAY APRIL 26
your mate might like to be a partof their fishing a lot more. representatives.
the planning.
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Those taking the course arc
learning (as I did) that there area
lot of things we are taking for '
granted that will require some
discussion when the day of
retirement comes. The course Things arelooking
gives the students an opportunityto H', .
lay these items on the table and ':;
make some major decisions now
that will make the transition to
retirement a lot easier. ';
There are nine projects and
they cover things you can do up
prior to retirement: how to ,
compute your retirement
income; how to plan that long
'vacation,' some excellent ideason
moving to another part of the
country; how to plan your day, '#'>
and a guide on how to become a '
castle.All
It's
more vital person in your 14 (! It's your home. your .
community. There are directionson
how to take an inventory of those home improvements can be
your assets and a method of well within reach. But even the sound-

Ir est castle wasn't built to endure

r forever. Things like repairs, repainting -

and remodeling are

always cropping up.

'MOTORS r If you're like most

people, you take care of the little things

P Used-L-E-VW'sReasonable N-T-Y .'p'' and let the big projects wait. Projectslike

adding a bedroom or a bath. Build-

How Can We Sell ing a garage. Fencing-in your yard.

'Em So Cheap? Roofing repairs. Landscaping. Paint-

... Or entire
------ --- ing. even modernizing your

STATE IMPALA INSPECTED CARS$590 kitchen. If you've been putting off improvements -

'SS' Coupe, V-8, Auto because your hands are
Trans., Factory air, R & H, U tied financially, come see us about a
Very Clean!
low cost"home improvement loan.It .
6S VW SUNROOF $490
Best buy in Jax ...Georgia, will automatically add to the value of

too! your property and that's usually sound

62 FORD $440 plapping( ( right from the start. We'll. give
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Galaxy '500', Factory Air
PS, R & H, Looks good, you prompt r 'and confidential'service.uand t,.

runs good I :''l: .-, __J( / t the money you .need to help make
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64 CHEVY 1 II 1 $440 ': ''C;; : t your home a castle.
6 cylinder, stick. ,.

65 OLDS r-85 $790 ,,, ,1
V-8, Auto. trans., PS, R & T' '

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New Civil Service Pay ScaleGrade 50 Rework Managers


JU ConferenceJax
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 !9 10 Attend

GS-l ....... $4,125 $4,262 $4,399 $4,526$4,673 $4,810 $4,947 $5,084 $5,221 $5,358 Fifty management personnel from the local
GS-2 ....... 4,621 4,775 4,929 5,003 5,237 5,391 5,545 5,699!> 5,853 6.C07 Facility, along with hundreds of other
GS-3 ....... 5,212 5.38G 5,560 5,734 5,908 6,082 6,256 6,430 6,604 6,778 Naval Air Rework activities in
industrial and government
GS-4 ....... 5,853 6,0-18 6,243 6,433; 6,633 6,828 7,023 7,218 7,413 7,603 managers from
GS-5 ....... 6,548 6,766 6,984 7,202 7,420 7,638 7,856 8,074 8,292 8,510 the area, attended an all-day session at Jacksonville
GS-G ....... 7,294 7,537 7,780 8,023 8,266 8,509 8,752 8,995 9,238 9,481 University Saturday to study techniques of modern

GS-7....... 8,089 8,368 8,638 8,908 9,178 9,448 9,718 9,988( 10,258 10,528 management. -
GS-8....... 8,956 9,255 9,554 9,853 10,152 10,451 10,750 11,049 11,348 11,647; the sixth annual on 'Management Techniques of
GS-!9.) ...... 9,881 10,210 10,539 10,863 11,197 11,526 11,855 12,184 12,513 12,842 The event was Modern People' while the
GS-10 ...... 10,869 11,231 11,593 11,935 12,317 12,679 13,041 13,403 13,765 14,127 management engineering the luncheon speaker was R. D.
GS-11 ...... 11,905 12,302 12,699 13,096 13,493 13,890 14,287 14,634 15,031 15,473 conference arranged by the Morgal, field manager,
GS-12 ...... 14,192 14,665 15,138 15,611 16,034 16,557 17,030 17,503 17,976 18,449 Northeast Florida Chapter of Industrial of Supervision and Management
Institute
GS-13 ...... 16,760 17,319 17,878 18,437 18,996 19,555 20,114 20,673) 21,232 21,791 American and co-sponsored by Seminar, Dale Carnegie and
GS-14 ...... 19,643 20,298 20,953 21,608 22,233 22,918 23,573 24,228 24,883 '25,538 Engineers Area Chamberof Associates, Inc.of New York.His
GS-15 ...... 22,885 23,648 24,411 25,174 25,937 26,700 27,463 28,226; 28,989 29,752 the Jacksonville Jacksonville topic was 'Team Management in

GS-16 ...... 26,547 27,432 28,317 29,202 30,037 30,972 31,857 32,742 33,627 Commerce Florida, Junior the Surging 70's.'
6S-17 ...... 30,714 31,738 32,762 33,786 34,810 University, and the Individual seminar sessions
GS-18 ...... 35,505Executive College University at Jacksonville of Florida State were led by management

Center for Continuing Education. consultants industrial
engineering educators and

I Order 11491 Outlined Keynote speaker was Dr. business leaders. Their specific
Melvin P. Reid, vice president of topics covered a diversity of

Byron, Harless, Schaffer, Reid management techniques and
Jax For the information of presentation of its views to and Associates, Inc., who spoke subject areas.
civilian employees, Executive officials of the executive branch,

Order 11491, General Provisions, the Congress, or other ---- ----
0 Section 1, provides that the appropriate authority
rJiul lWflf following policy shall govern: 'The head of each agency shall !I TRANSMARTTRANSMISSION I
'Each employee of the take the action required to assure
executive branch of the federal that employees in the agency are
0Jtlla./ government has the right, freely apprised of their rights under this l I I
; and without fear of penalty or section, and that no interference,

reprisal, to form, join, and assista restraint, coercion, or NN -- -
San Juan at Niblick labor organization or to refrain discrimination is practiced :: you CAN TRUST YOUR

Phone 384-4406 from any such activity, and each within his agency to encourage or (.. TRANSMISSION TO TRANSMART
employee shall be protected in discourage membership in a '
.1, 2 and 3 Bedrooms the exercise of his right. labor organization.' :-
Garden Type Apartments with =-1.// FREE TOW IN
Country Club Atmosphere 'Except as otherwise expressly The above does not authorize /
..Kitchens equipped with G-E provided in this Order, the rightto participation in the managementof (, FREE PICKUP I DELIVERY
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Patron 16

From the BOOK SHELF .

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new,externally carried
search and rescue drop kit is THE VOYAGE OF TilE SIERRA navigational chart.
being evaluated by Patrol SAGRADA: ACROSS THE Brenton on a trip to South
Squadron Sixteen crewmembers. ATLANTIC IN A CANOE, by America had been commissionedby
Their decisions will help Francis Brenton.REVIEWER the Chicago Field Museum of
determine whether or not the kit : Mary DeLoach Natural History to procure an
will replace the 'soft.package' wS NAS Librarian authentic native canoe. One day
SAR kits currently in use aboardthe Frank Brenton's THE while walking on a beach in
P-3 Aircraft VOYAGE OF THE SIERRA Columbia he noticed a small red-
The Billy Pugh Search and SAGRADA: ACROSS THE hued fishing canoe nestling In the
Rescue Drop Kit consists i t primarily of two life rafts and an __ another example of what one deal with the owner. Somehowit
equipment package, linked by stubborn man, short on cash but stood out from the others, and
500-foot float lines and packed in long on ideas, can accomplishwith there was born the idea of
a rigid container. The container sheer determination. The crossing the C.arlbbean'ln a canoe
resemblesa yellow fuel tank and LIFE SAVER -- VP-16 flight crews and representatives of the Billy book has all the necessary and delivering it In person to the
is carried on the bomb rack Pugh Co., Inc. look over the new externally carried search and rescue ingredients for vicarious, museum. Everyone said it
beneath the wing.A armchair adventuring.Written in couldn't be done.He ignored their
kit attached to one.of'the Eagles'aircraft for testing. ,.
pilot-controlled release a matter-of-fact, chatty style, it advice and went quietly about his
device launches the kit, and the carries the reader 1300 miles preparations.The .
equipment is dropped to the poses a hazard to both men and now in use,it will undergo further across the Caribbean to trip across the Caribbean
survivors in a manner so that the equipment which an externally evaluation at NAS Patuxent Louisiana, up the Mississippi to from Columbia to Louisiana took
inflated life rafts surround them. carried kit would eliminate.If River, Md. The final testing Chicago, across the Atlantic to him 45 days. The craft rode out
SAR kits presently in use are the findings of VP-16 and results will determine if the new West Africa, and then back againto everything, including Hurricane
carried in soft packages and other patrol squadrons selectedto SAR device will be distributed to America.All Betsy, bobbing over mountainouswaves
must be kicked out of the aircraft test the new drop kit conclude the P-3's and other naval aircraft this was accomplished by a like a cork. He spent
by plane crewmembers. This that it is preferable to the one on a Navy-wide basis. lone man in two dugout canoes another month traveling up the
lashed together like Polynesian Mississippi propelled by an
outriggers, depending on sails outboard motor. The Field
and outboard motor for power Museum was a trifle surprised at
CIVILIAN and using the most, elementary the unorthodox delivery,but gave
EMPLOYEES! navigational equipment radio, him a royal welcome and boughtthe
/ dime store compasses, and a San Bias canoe. That left him
g.c:.i+}' .::>W::::.N/sk:+AicNA .. mnm Sy&::iim1it'-tr+.':Bim.W1imi: :rMa.= ti'?.s. ;. with his original canoe, the Sierra

SAVE YOUR PAY INCREASETHE Eagles Drop Sagrada Already. he the was Holy dreaming Mackeral.of a

new expedition to fly the
EASY PAINLESS WAY'WITH. Big Eggs in Atlantic in a balloon from Africato
... America. The balloon was his
Mine DrillJax own design, a kind of kite in the
air; a sort of detached sail 50 feet
Patrol Squadron Sixteen by 50 feet, tethered to the sea by a
visited Charleston, S. C. early trailing float, its basket
last week to participate in the suspended some 100 feet above
ThQLL Fleet Service Mine Test the ocean. He decided that the
C Evaluations which were Sierra Sagrada, equipped with
conducted there. another outrigger, would be a '
Under the command of Cdr. perfect and cheap way to
Jim Wetzel, VP-16 XO, the transport balloon and dangerous
Eagles flew four P-3's to chemicals to Africa.
Charleston Air Force Base where The eventual homeward
WUCTO they tested and evaluated mines Journey by canoe took a leisurely
which ranged between 500 and 47 days. The unloaded Sierra
2,000 pounds in weight. The mines Sagrada was so light that she
were the types used in antishipand steered by herself, giving him
submarine warfare, which less than six hours of watch on
tha.1 10,000 1 could be dropped from the the tiller the whole trip. lie
Mora Members aircraft from either the bombayor summed up the balloon fiasco,
the wings. 'The balloon design and the
Already Have- During the practice mission, project were perfect; only
the Eagles flew 10 sorties and
logistics had beaten me... It was
dropped 46,000 pounds of not the finish to the project..butit :
By Signing up for Payroll Deduction! ordnance in coordination with certainly was a dramatic
surface and sub-surface fleet postponement.: That statementhas
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Music by Messenger of the Masses will be featured at the club this 'i 3 ) advancement in rating have been
evening. Ronnie and the Soul Society will be appearing on stage t revised to include the operational

tomorrow through Monday, and on Tuesday the Camelots will providethe III V aspects of tactical data systemsand
entertainment. Wednesday night dance music will be by the Fourof s eliminate maintenance from
Clubs. the general rating.
ACEY-DUCEY CLUB rt Changes will be included in the
There will be no live entertainment at the Acey Ducey Club this 'a next revision of the Manual of
week due to moving procedures. The club is expected to open at its Qualifications for Advancement
new location May 1. (NAVPERS 18068 series) to be
CPO CLUB promulgated in June 1970. These

Enjoy dancing to the music of Mark Castle this evening from 8 until ORDERS TO USS HANK MMCS James R. White reenlists for changes will affect RD B' School

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Alex and Elmer from the TV show 'Ilee-ilaw.' Country-western Epeen and daughter, Rechelle watch the ceremony for the It the last class convening
entertainment by Tommy'C'and theSeminoles will be featured at the September 21, 1970.
Chiefs' Club Saturday, and on Sunday Mark Castle will return to the year veteran The new RD quate will be
stage. included in the February 1971
OFFICERS CLUB examinations for advancement in
NATTC In The News
It's Beefeaters Night at the "'0' Club tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. rating
Tomorrow will feature Happy Hour and the Sing Along in the Main Two class 'C' schools will be
Brace from 4:30: to C:3t: p.m. established, the first as an
Dance Saturday to the music: of Tom Holbrook, and on Sunday enjoythe SN advanced radar operators course
By Pat Williams
Sunday Buffet from ( to 9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday will devoted to the training of naval
feature the ala carte menu, and there will be Happy Hour Wednesday Last week in observance of Advancements&Education warfare operations specialists.The .

from 4:30: to 6:30: p.m. ,National Library Week, the Congratulations to AEC Fred second of these courses will
FRA BRANCH 91 NATTC Library, located in King John Weisner be an electronic warfare
Boll and AEFC ,
technician course to train
Hall held house.
The shuffleboard tournament tonight starts at 8 p.m. Tomorrow a library open both of the Aviation Electrician'sMate electronic warfare specialistsand
civilian and
night Red Edwards and the Altones will be entertaining from 8:30 to Military, personnel School. The chiefs were award NEC RD-0335. It is
visitors had the for
1:30: and on Sunday Jim Mann and the Goodtimers will be there. opportunity a advanced to E 8 last Thursday. anticipated that both these
guided tour around the
library by
The dining room is Tuesday through Sunday, with weekday
open head librarian Mrs. Marcia AE1 James W. Bowen and schools will be established in
servings from 11 to 2 p.m. and 5 to 10 p.m.; Saturday from noon until
Batchelor, and librarians Mrs. former NATTC man AEC Oct. 1970.
closing time; and Snday from 1 p.m. to midnight.uso .
Rosa Knouse and Mrs. Margo Kenneth Mantle have been
Brewster. chosen for the ADCOP Program.The .
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AWC RONALD A. LANGAGER receives the oath of enlistment from Kallas.Farewells THIRD TIME. For AE1 Boble Cowley this is his third reenlistment.Cdr. .
will be bid to LCdr.M. .
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is the division chief for flight crew training. (jg) D. C. Thompson from Air enlistment to Cowley and presented the squadron plaque to Cowley'swife
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Cecil Sports By DTC J.D. Brewster Begins SeasonCecil .

Cecil Field and two
squadrons based here are
sponsoring three West Duval .
Youth Association baseball
SOFTBALLIn BOWLING VA.72 20.8 "-
Admin 19.9BOQ teams which are scheduled to
softball action last week VA- American league: Led by Bob 19.9 officially open their season this
83 socked it to VA-81,19-4; Doole Gunter's 651 series and Jim VA-174 No. 1 18'/a' .9VjNAMTDNo. Saturday.The .

spun his first shutout of the Fulbright's 620, the strong Medical 2 16.12 18.10 program is scheduled to

season and Johnson became the Weapons five swept by VA-83 and Dental 14-14 begin at 9 a.m. with flag raisingat .It' ."
initial batter to hit one out of moved up th second place in the Operations 14.14 the two new playing fields at C'i; : f A

north field as VA-174 blanked league standings. AMD VA83 14-14 13.15 Wheat & Ricker Road,. Speakerfor VA-45 PLANE CAPTAIN' ..
Public Works 100. Operationswon Although the station J.O.O.D. VA.46 10.18 the ceremony will be Capt. F.
Stockton,
a cliff hangar from VA-45 in refused to enter it in the Station VA-174 No.2 7'/t-20'h M. McLinn CO of NAS Cecil ADJAN Ronald D.
extra innings, 83. The score was Log, the Midget is delighted to APTU 7.21 Field. has been cited as Attack
tied 2.2 until the 9th inning when announce in an uncharacteristic NAMTD No.1 1 6.22 Squadron 45's Plane Captain for

Ops parlayed several hits and understatement: 'To the surpriseof Team sponsors are AMD, VA- the month of March. Cdr. A. H.
fielding miscues into a six run everypne (including The Cecil Field Raiders 174 and VA-44, who have donated Hinman, CO of VA-45, presented
outburst. Center was winning themselves) Dental climbed out bowling team leaves to competein money to,the West Duval Youth Stockton with a Blackbird plaque
and the 6th Naval District Association to uniformsand and letter of commendationwhich
pitcher Meyers loser. of last place by winning four provide
Tournament this Friday. We wish for the teams. read in part.. 'By diligent
Meadows pitched VA-87 to a well games last week. I'm told this equipment
them all the luck in the world. and assistant coachesare application you have become an
earned win Coaches
VA-83 8-2.
over was a great league ....we're the
Spoonmore gave up but two hits greatest! primarily made up from outstanding plane captain and
in blanking the Lee-less AMD Only nine games separate the GOLF personnel attached to the station have been extremely effectiveand

nine,24-0.Apparently AMD is buta first and last place teams in this half and retired personnel. reliable in training new men.
shadow of its former self. well balanced league. Standings: By also taking the second Baseball games are scheduledto News Briefs
VA-87 used the pitching of competition,VA-87'E' becamethe begin at 10 a.m. and 12, 2 and 4
mastery of Meadows and a well VA-46 No. 2 19.9 undisputed champion of the p.m. with a fish fry at noon. The
balanced hitting attack in Weapons 18.10 Blue League. NAMTD managedto fish fry will cost $1 for each COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS -
VA-45 No.1 1 18.10 fight the'E' team right down to If you have a child approaching
Proceeds will to
downing VC-4, 84. VA-46 bested person. go
Marines 18.10 the wire, but had to settle for college age, he or she may be
VA-72 in another pitchers 'duel', Operations 17." support the West Duval Youth
157. Howard copped the win and VA-174 15.13 second place.In Association. Everyone is invitedto eligible to compete for
Britton took the loss. VA-46 No.1 1 15.13 the Gold League AMD 'E' attend and support the little scholarships which have been
VA-45 No. 2 14.14 from behind the made available by Navy -
Dental squeaked out a win over AMD Avionics 12.16 came roaring up league team of his choice.QUa .
oriented clubs and assocations.See .
pack in much the same manneras
AV-ORD, 75. Although needinglate Dental 10.18
Personnel Officer for
inning relief, Olsen capturedhis AMD 10.18 the famous race horse your
10.18 win the second general information. For
to
Supply Carryback application -
first win of the Urich
season. VA-83 10.18 round of competition in the Gold forms write directly to
was the loser. VA8717. VC-4.4. Service Food 10.18 : .z .
Lusty hitting and the tight League. Playoffs will be delayedfor Chief of Naval Personnel (Pers

pitching of Howard was the National League: Things also a short time since first round A..Iw. ._.._. _.... G22)), Navy Dept. Washington, D.
difference in this game.In tightened up somewhat in the winners VA-37 '0' are presently C. 20370.
the one week of play since National League as VA.72 'enjoying' a short deployment.The 1. Who was the leading scorerin
opening day, 27 balls have displaced Admhi at the top of the winner of the match between the NFL in 1969
2. Who was the leading scorer
VA-37 0' and 'E' will play VA-87
cleared the fence at Baker FieldB it all
heap. APTU finally put in the AFL in 1969 COMMAND ELIGIBILITY
( Circle, South), contrary to together and climbed out of the 'E' for the Station ChampionshipThe due 3. Who is the all time grand ....On Feb. 26, 1970, the President
to
what certain ballplayers believe, cellar. Ruckel of VA-83 reached a summer leagues are slam homerun leader in the National signed into law a bill extending to
the dimensions of south field milestone in his bowling career commence in mid May and teams League? naval flight officers the same sea
meet the criteria set forth in the by rolling his first 200 game. should be making their plans for 4. Which major leagues operateon and shore aviation command
softball rule book, e. g. minimum Harrel recorded high series of the entering as soon as possible.VOLLEYBALL an international basis? eligibility afforded naval
What in the NBA
dimensions of 200 feet. Either the evening with a fine 562 and Love 5. team aviators.
missed the playoffs in 1970 for
'' hitters at Cecil Field have rolled with 15
high game a 213. the first time in 14 years.
commenced catching up with the bowlers has series in excess of VA-46 and AMD locked horns 6. Name the player from South
pitchers or the quality of local 500 and 9 men rolled 200 games. Monday for the Cecil Field Africa who has starred in the

pitching has declined somewhat. Standings: Volleyball championship. In a Pro Golf Tour for years. RIBBONS ON THE RIGHT ...
close struggle AMD managed to 7. What team established a new 'U.S.Navy Uniform Regulations'has
NHL record for ties in the 1969-
eke out the win. The excellent been changed to allow you to
defensive play of Jim Mason and 70 season? wear all authorized ribbons

Weloaa company proved to be the 'pZg1 which have no correspondingmedals
deciding factor. VA-87 surprisedAMD n'aaaf13( vmdppvjtfj} ( oqjj{ on the right breast with
in taking the opener in a uaXBU( Xa o9 full dress uniform.DOMINICK'S.
come-from-behind-effort 1614. '"Hl'O; (; uojsog aqx{ -5uptmBO
milliondollars AMD found themselves in second puv 'gnu
a game and won 15-6. In the third 6yl{ | sweat; aAv'{ mog 'anSBaii
liegeseg uojv N am{ pueanaearl
game, VA-46 matched AMD shot ,(
J1OH{ !IvuonvN aqjfr{
for shot,but after trying the score 'n 'U:8pOH: l0! '&:,
at 10-10, they saw AMD reel off .sjuiod! 6ZI xzza
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Marines Receive Promotions Awards I GRANT PLAZA-
103rd St. at Blanding
Jax Air Medals were
presented to two members of the 1i421ft4 AUTO
Marine Air Detachment here last CENTER
week by Lt. Col. R. P. Eckmann,
MAD commanding officer. Sale ends April 30th
GySgt Franz Silas, an
instructor at AE 'B' School
received his medal for serving in
Vietnam as avionics chief with
VMO2. SSgt. Robert H. Bailey,
an AO School instructor,was also
cited for service in Vietnam STRONG 4-PLY NYLON CORD
where he was a crew chief with H .
& MS-13. ,
Five Marines moved up the .
ladder during promotion *
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ceremonies April 15. They are:
MSgt. R. D. Pumphrey, AE aIL
liaison NCO; GSgt. F. W. Alford, r30 MONTH GUARANTEE
AE instructor; GSgt. M. Smith,
AE instructor; SSgt. M. R. i
Owens,AE 'B' School instructor;
and SSgt. J. C. Hyatt, MARMEC Buy 1st Tire at Regular
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instructor. ; P Price Plus F.E.T. and Get
Two MAD Drill Team 2nd Tire For
members received meritorious cI
masts from their CO in 1/2 PRICE J
recognition of their oustandingteam
service and high grade plus F.E.T. taxGRANTMASTER
averages at AE School. The men
cited are PFC M. H.Harmon and
PFC R. Sanchez. Both Marines s '
have received orders to Marine SUPEI120EXPRESSWAY
Drill Team members Harmon (I)and Sanchez
Corps Air Station, El Toro, Calif.
TIRES
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Qualifications High for Navy UDT I TUBELESS UACKWALL
SIZE F.E.T. )1st TIRE 2nd TIRE

WASHINGTON,D.C. ...A vital qualifications. Candidates must standards for acceptance into 45013 775-14 2.17 1.78 21.99 16." 10.99'.49
need for a highly trained, hard possess endurance, discipline, UDTSare that the individual be 825.14 2.33 23.99 11.99
hitting organization to aggressiveness, personal 18 to 31 years old, possess a 77S-1S 2.19 21.99 10.99
accomplish sophisticated determination and ability for General Classification Test score SAME SIZES IN WHITEWALL1st
missions within Navy teamwork under combat of 50 or more, be physically and TIRE $3 more; 2nd TIRE $1.50 more.
amphibious forces arose during conditions.One psychologically qualified,
World War II. This need was thousand volunteers are possess basic integrity and SUPER JET SPORT TIRE
satisfied in early 1943 with the needed annually for Basic loyalty and have a minimum of 24
commissioning of Underwater Underwater DemolitionSealTeam months' obligated service upon
FIBER GLASS BELTED WIDE TREADS
Demolition Teams consisting of training. Basic qualifying completion of training.
'frogmen,' a term which
originated within UDTs.In with polyester cord body

the early 1960s, increasing Pinecastle PromotionsJax I 1 1
complexities of guerrilla and :-;:
warfare SIZE F.E.T. 1st TIRE
unconventional ,.
demanded that a new force be The Navymen at the Chandler, TD2 Childers, TD3 E. E70.14 2.43 34.95
formed. .The Navy once again Pinecastle Electronic Warfare Cole, TD3 J. Holland, CS3
2nd Tire
answered the call with its now Range in the heart of the Ocala Jachimek, AC1 McKenzie, TD3 2 FI ER GLASS SELtS 17.48
famed Seal Teams, National Forest serve on more or R.Regl, TD1 L. Riley, TD1 H70-14 3.01 39.95
commissioned July 1962. less independent duty in the Rutherford and TD3 Walthall.On 2nd Tire 19.98
There are now five UDTs in woods and they're proud of it. Belt
service. Teams 11,12 and 13 are Jax Air News listed the range July 1, TD1 J. Wooten will F70-15 2.69 35.952nd
on the West Coast; teams 21 and men under NAS Weapons in last sew on his chief's badge, and in Tire 17.98
22 are on the East Coast. In week's promotion list. For the September,ACAN J. Morgan will 2 POLYESTER PLYS G70-15 2.84 37.95
addition, there is one Seal Teamon sake of esprit de corps for the move up to third class.
each coast. men of Pinecastle, here's their October promotions include FULL 40-MONTH 2nd Tire 18.98
Only a few volunteers for UDT- promotion list: TD1 H. Hughes, PN3 Lockwood, GUARANTEE
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Navy Wives Club of at the Naval Base Chapel picnic set the scene for the Navy wives J4 11
America, Jacksonville No. 86 is area. Prizes will be awarded the annual spaghetti dinner last i I
buzzing with the news that the largest catch, the smallest catch Saturday night. 'Husbands and I.K.
club went over the membershipgoal and the lucky fisherman who wives enjoyed an Italian night ij .
during the recent catches the most fish. out. 11111111

membership drive. Dorthy Do you have an extra white M
Latham, Southeast regional hat? Jax 86 is'collecting old and The Navy Wives Club revolves '..i
president set the goal of four new new white hats to forward to our around the spirit of promoting kJJJ X11V .
members during the drive. Jax sister club in Glynco, Ga. No. patriotism in their community
topped the goal by recruiting six 179. The Navy wives have plansto When 10 foreign naval officers 2CJ
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Navy wives. For this recondition the hats and give
accomplishment, Jacksonvillewill them to for studies in the supply corps, they ... .. : ,' !n
a summer
be presented an award at the underpriviledged children.camp The had the opportunity of meetingand ,.;....E:< with Jacksonville
\ May Southeast Regional camp is sponsored by the visiting
Convention. Southeast Georgia Community Mayor, Hans Tanzler. Mayor

New and old members filled the Action Council, Inc. For many of Tanzler presented the officers of Pleasure IslandPleasure
clubhouse meeting room recentlyas the children, this sailor hat will with honorary Citizenship
newcomers were welcomed. .be the first thing they have ever Jacksonville plaques. Navy
President Mrs. B. J.
Wives
Newcomers were Mrs. James owned. Collection boxes have ,
Howard and Mrs. William Island is the theme for the annual Jacksonville Officers
Thurman Mrs. Patrick been
Ray, placed in the Navy Wives
Brown, vice president took the Wives Club Charity event. The May 9 luau will feature roast pig,
Mrs. Charles Ottayen, Mrs. Base Nursery and in the Not New
opportunity to present the Hawaiian style, served along with Hawaiian cuisine. Cocktails will be
Donald Travis Jr., Mrs. William Shop. Won't you help us make a
officers with a Na9:1ives Clubsof served from 7 to 9 p.m. with dinner at nine. Dancing begins at 11 p.m.
Anglin, Mrs. Henry Sexton, Mrs. child happy this summer?
Conrad Hardy and Mrs. Charles Operation Sail (Save an America patch,a United States and the swimming pools will be open the entire evening.
Lyle. Following the introductionof Individuals Life) is also in the Navy lapel pin and an American Tickets for the luau are now on sale for $10 per couple. All proceeds
Flag. These were souvenirs for from the luau will be given to charity.
guests Mrs. Ernest Campas, wind with the opening of a blood
Mrs. John D'Amico, Mrs. bank account at the Jacksonville Goodwill Around the World. Make your plans early to attend Pleasure Island at the Jacksonville
Norman Wypycha and Mrs.Dean Blood Bank. Our club is often Another Patriotism projectwas Officers Club.Fleet.
and boat in the
Farrar were initiated into the called upon in emergencies for the car entry
Park Mardi Gras
NWCA during a candlelight donations. With this project they Orange Auxiliary Plans
Parade. The Wives Club
ceremony. The club has' ready themselves for that call. Navy
rewelcomed two members, Mrs. Anyone wishing to help build the entry found 'Old Glory' flying
amid the red white and
Robert Clevesy and Mrs. Ed account may contact this numberat proudly Mother's DanceThe
blue theme colors for the entry. Day
Trittshuh. the base nursery: 389-1732.
Many projects and events find 'Child Guidance' will be the The Navy Wives Club urges' you
the NWCA members busy. A topic for the club's social to 'Fly Your Flag Proudly. Ladies Auxiliary of the drive to provide foodstuffs and

fishing party and cookout are education meeting. The guest Fleet Reserve Association, Unit clothing to needy families and
w planned on April 30 for the speaker is Capt. Reginald V. VP-5 Wives 91 held their monthly business reminded the members of the
Vietnnam veterans Berry, who is senior medical meeting last week at the continuation of the project.
recouperating at the U. S. Naval officer at Naval Station Mayport. clubhouse on Collins Road. Auxiliary members are
Hospital.The fishing will be done Candlelight and wine tasting Plan PicnicPatrol planning a Mother's Day dinner-

Guests and visitors were dance at the clubhouse on May 9.
Squadron Five enlisted welcomed and new memberswere This event will be sponsored by
wives are making plans for a initiated.The new membersare the Fleet Reserve, Branch 91.

T6Z> family picnic at Gold Head State : Mrs. William L. Thomas,
Park, Sunday May 3. Bring your Mrs. Stanley Kogut, and Mrs.
own lunches for the picnic Marion L. Lott.
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. scheduled from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For further information and to Reports and projects were
sign up, call Ruth Reed, 7720876or discussed. Mrs. F. Lodesky told cl

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A central entrance foyer separates the living' and quite areas of I I'
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Clay County's Only Completely I PLANNED COMMUNITY! I JACKSONVILLE FLA. 322O4WANTED .


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TOP DOLLAR
art.. cordially Invited to Inspect our hones at your convtntonot: 8445 ARLINGTON EX PRESSWA Y- Ph.721-3000 388-8535 .
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APRIL23,1970 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 13


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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Publisher Call: 388-2755 MOVIE SCHEDULE /


JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

NAS Jacksonville for publication the following Thursday. Ads ,
,
AFTERBURNER arriving too late for this deadline will be

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the
i publisher is Instructed otherwise. A check or Movies will be shown nightly at ((101 mins.)

i money order for the full cost of the ad must be the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m. HOSPITAL: 'THE WILD

received WITH the copy for the ad. There will also be a. kiddie RACERS'

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a

Jacksonville, Florida regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand MONDAY APRIL 27

Per additional line ((4 words per line) holidays.
The Hospital Theater will have NAS: 'BEN HUR' Color

one nightly feature at? p.m. Cecil spectacular starring Charleton
Field will have two nightly shows Heston and Stephen Boyd. G S

':'.' EMPLOYMENT ,:.: >::.:, 1 yr.WESTINGHOUSE old $75. Excellent PORTABLE condition.TV 355- 2 Br., LR, WIL Breakfast-MAR APTS.Nook, Elec. Kit., during the week at 5:30: and 8( ((212 mins.)

3646 Ex. 7 or 387.7577. Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off p.m. Matinees will be shown on HOSPITAL: 'THE RAIN
street. Water, Garbage & Sewage weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. PEOPLE'
Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus
SERVICE WIVES GERMANSHEPHARD tax) 387-2541. Nights weekends. 3690744. THURSDAY APRIL 23 TUESDAY APRIL 28
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS AKC, Female, 1 yr. old, Bailey Cecil .
Jobfinders-1372 Cassat 387-562 or 1022 Field. Ex. 342
Park Street, 354.7888.FURNITURE NAS: THE REIVERS' Color NAS: 'THE ONLY GAME IN

f f TRAHPOTA11ON: .:ti< comedy drama starring Steve TOWNColor comedy starring
SALESMAN McQueen and Sharon Farrell. M Elizabeth Taylor and Warren
Part-time, Preferably E-6 or above. '-t:S'ySR1 MOftiUHOMt: : *. :T{:fi fiRIVERVIEW VG (107 mins.) Beatty. M G ((113 mins.)

Many benefits. Apply W. T, Grants HOSPITAL : 'WHERE HOSPITAL: 'BEN
103rd S Standing Blvd.SALESLADY. AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast EAGLES DARE' Color war HUR'r

For Rent Riverfront MOBILE mobile HOME home PARK and West Coast 353.36111S6THUNDERBIRD drama starring Richard Burton WEDNESDAY APRIL 29

spaces for people who care. Quiet,' and Clint Eastwood M VG ((115
30-45, Part-tlme, Gift & Card Shop. large shaded tots, with large patios, mins.) NAS: 'THE ROADHUSTLERS'
Personable. Apply In person. The paved streets, excellent drinking Port hole top continental tire kit. 312 .. Celer action
Gallery Roosevelt Mall.
water. no mosquitoes. Free boat engine, good cond. J. B. Bailey Cecil
dockage., Adults only 12 miles So. of Field Ex. 342. FRIDAY APRIL 24 drama starring Jim Davis and
NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek. Scott Brady. M G (N mins.)
TIRE CHANGERS Ph. ((904)) 2843369. Green Cove NAS: 'THE ONE AND ONLY HOSPITAL: 'THE ONLY
Sat. Work Only. George SchumannTire Springs.
Co. 1330 W. Beaver St. FOR SALE GENUINE ORIGINAL FAMILY GAME IN TOWN'

1967 Buick Electra 225, Loaded. Call BAND' Color Musical starring .
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 388.9910 after 5:30: p.m. Walter Brennan and Lesley Ann --
MUCELLANEOUSBEARADIOOR 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Warren. G E ((110 mins.)
.iti trailer and Apts. 3893007.
41 VOLKSWAGENGood HOSPITAL: 'THE REIVERS'

condition, extra clean. $450
MOBILE LIVINGOF JACKSONVILLEAzalea firm, Cash. 781-0490 after 5 p.m. SATURDAY APRIL 25

( Mobile Home Park) ViMile
TV ANNOUNCER North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near W7GTO NAS: THE WILD RACERS' -

Recorded message by leading an schools and shopping center. Clean Convert.,AC, PS, PB,AT, Must see to Color racing drama starring CJr
nouncer tells you how. C2all any hour. and reasonable Children rates. Manager and on appreciate cond. $1695. A. T. Madison Fabian and Mimsy Farmer.'M .
premises. pets
355-2944. Credit Union Cecil Field 771.3211 Ext.
welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3846264. 215. G ((81 mins.)

HOSPITAL: 'THE ONE AND

NEW RCAand ZENITH STEREOS 2 BR., FURN.TRAILER COBIA ONLY GENUINE ORIGINAL
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape Near Cecil Field, $85. a month. 389- Like new, 16 foot tri.hull bow rider FAMILY BAND'
players. At dealers cost to liquidate 2618. ..Sy
with vinyl top. 55 HP Johnson trailer,
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. C.G. pkg.;etc. I have $857. Invested.It's SUNDAY APRIL 26 '. .

t:: i;;::[ :HiAfc. :,ESTATE, .:%:\::; !: utility yours trailer.for $125.You Cash assume or will balance.accept NAS'THE 't-

GEORGE'S KENNELS Ph. 264-5127. RAIN PEOPLE' Nice 1'\IIG.'\ MOOT 6C1NG i I fWATf
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand Color drama starring James YA pout HWtn vtottY AOOlfGEmwG
delivery Est. 1925. Poodle Caan and Shirley Knight. R G eusrECa"
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 FOR SALE OR RENT -.1
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your
Edgewood) 3890064. equity or let us rent your home.
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for f. .
map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor ,,
AUTO AIR.COND. SERVICEWe Mills, USN Ret. 2642411.
also service and repair window
ORANGE PARK REALTY
and central units.Tyler's .
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY.
Heating & Air Cond.
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore)
388-5161
WANTED: *
May or June Equity, Orange Park, 3.4 1fi
LIVECRABSandFRESH FISH BR., 2 Bath, Dining R., Family R.,
Willford's Fish Camp 2649707. double garage. D.L. Roark, VT-4, NAS
Pensacola, Fla. 32508.'HIDDEN .


FREIGHT DISCOUNT WATERS' VOLKSWAGENS
Brand New, Slightly Scratched Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots ? s'
Universal Zig.Zag Sewing Machine, available. Excellent fishing, boating, r1i 66 SEDAN
S42. Credenza Stereo Console $86. $1275
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also, f.
Underwood Typewriter (Used) $15. permanent home area. High, wooded Blue, R & H, WWT, Air.
Cash or terms. Call day or night 353- lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake 67 SEDAN $1475Blue
1946. Ask for Mr. Joseph. Free home No. 209. La Rue 7253992.
Asbury on R & H, WWT, Air.
trial and delivery. No obligation. A-1
$1750
Warehouse, 1606 Main Street. 4f' itr 68 SEDAN
r Blue, Air Conditioned.
DEER SPRINGS ESTATES
k''
BABYSITTING IRONING State Road 21, Near Keystone S 69 SEDAN $1950
done in my home. Very reasonable. Heights, only 30 mins. from Jax.Sprlngfront ':9sw(., Red. R & H, WSW Air.
7717866.) 68 FASTBACK $1950

lots Blue, R & H, WWT, Air.68SQUAREBACK.
Springview lots $2050Red

4655 MARRIAGES Post. 3884929.PERFORMED Rev. E.C. RanchettsClyde UP TIGHT-Pretty Linda For- R & H, WWT, Air.

Hastings. W. Simpson& Co. sythe reminds us: "Unbuckled 69 FASTBACK ????
seatbelts don't save lives-
Realtor 354-M49 Blue Auto. trans., R & H,WWT,Air, Demo.DOMESTICS.
buckle up!
UNIVERSAL
Sewing Machines MANDARIN
TEN TO SELL 100 Years Old 66 PLYMOUTH FURY STA. WAG. $1300

Scratched In handling. Makes but Just what everybody dreams of. A MEN-WOMEN Factory Air, Power Steering, White, R & H.
tonholes, fancy designs, blind hems, tremendous rambling very old 2 story 68 OLDS DELMONTE $1950
monograms. 20 yr. guarantee, 5 yr. home In the heart of old Mandarin. On 18-60
free service. Reg. price$ $79 Now $36 beautiful very large lot with Door Auto trans., R & H, Factory. Air, Power
oak trees. Only $24,500. TRAIN NOW FOR Steering Brakes.
cash or $5 mo. 10 day free home trial. tremendous
RAYFIELD'S NOT SO OLD CIVILSERVICE EXAMSNo 68 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME $2250

6437 Wilson Blvd.771-5028 But quite arrogant. 3BR, 2'/2 Bath, Exper., No High School Door Hardtop, Auto trans., R & H, Factory Air,
split.level, cen. heat & AC, Power Steering. WWT.
FOR SALE magnificently equipped kitchen, big POSTAL CLERK 66 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE V1385
$25,000.
Only
Used washer, 4 mo. old dryer, family room starting pay Is V.8, Auto trans., Power Steering, Air, New paint,
refrigerator. All in good condition. 4BR.RANCHER 30,038 miles, Xtra Clean.

781-5291. cen. heat & AC, family room, with $306HR. Many More To Choose From!
fireplace. Also has finished 2 car U. Clerks File Clerk
garage which will make ideal pool plus
BOOKBINDINGOld
bound by room or workshop. $24,000. 100's of other types of lobs WESTSIDE
books, rare & fine books Only minutes away from NAS via We finance your training A:
hand in English Morocco & Imported bridge. L. Walter Benjamin| Inc.
handmade papers. Bibles, prayer new 268.5506 Keep present Job While training
Realtors \X VOLKSWAGEN INC.
books, Sentimental keepsakes KEY TRAINING ,

carefully Bookbindery restored., 2834 Grand The Ave.Elliott. 389- RENTALS. ': ".:: &: :;; 110 W. FORSYTH ST USED CARS
7622. ::.' : : Call now ((24 hours) _

356-0725

BOSTON TERRIERS ORANGE PARK Applications being 1150 LANE AYE. SO. PHONE 781-5511
2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn. Dish
AKC White, $125.Quality Also male 18 pup mo. female Black in& washer, Carpets Drapes. Elizabeth accepted nowl Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday I to 6I

season. 764.9337. Apts., 7711405.or. 771-3355



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14 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER APRIL, 1970
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H''en''s The 8.1 Per Cent Military/ Pay Increase


P.1J.
Grade Under 2 Over 2 Over 3 Over 4 Over 6 Over 8 Over 10 Over 12 Over 14 Over 16 Over 18 Over 20 Over 22 Over 24 Over 26

0-10 $2,426,70 $2,588.70 $2,588.70 $2,588.70 $2,750.40
0-9 2,103,30 2,264,70 2,264.70 2,264,70 2,426,70
0-8 $1863.90 $l,94\.30 2,025,90 2,l03.30 ,188.20
0-7 1540.80 $l, 540.80 1 ,617.90 l,779.90 l ,902.30
0-6 $1,132.50 1132.50 l, 132.50 l ,170.90 l,356.00 1,425,30 1.456.20 1540.80 l ,540.80 1.671.30
0-5 $971.10 971.10 1001.10 l,054.50 1.125.00 l, 209.30 l ,278.60 1317.00 l,363.50
0-4' $652.50 $793.80 $847.50 $847.50 862.50 901.20 962.40 1,016,70 1.063.20 l,l09.40 1,140.30
0-3 606.30 677.70 723.90 801.60 839.70 870.00 916.80 962.40 985.80
0-2 486.00 577.20 693.30 716.40 731.40
0-1 417.60 462.60 577.20
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS WIIO HAVE BEEN CREDITED WITH OVER 4 YEARS' ACTIVESEIWICE AS ENLISTED MEMBER
0-3 $801.60 $839.70 S 870.00 $ 916.8 > ol.40 lOOl.lO
0-2 716.40 731.40 754.50 79 .80 'n24.70 847.50
0-1 577.20 616.50 639.60 66l.tn b85.50 716.40
WARRANT OFFICERS
W-4 $617.40 $662.40 $662.40 $677.70 $708.30 $ 739.50 $ 170.10 > 82 .70 8b2.50 S 893.40 S 916.80 S 947.40 S 978.60 $ 978.60 $1,054.50
W-3 561.30 609.00 609.00 616.50 624.00 669.60 708.30 731.40 754.50 777.30 801.60 832.20 862.50 862.50 893.40
W-2 491.70 531.60 531.60 547.20 577.20 609.00 632.10 654.85 677.70 701.10 723.90 747.00 777.30
W-1 409.50 469.80 469.80 508.80 531.60 554.70 577.20 600.90 624.00 647.10 669.60 693.30
ENLISTED MEMBERS
E-9 $ 701.40 $ 717.60 S 734.10 S 750.30 S 767.10 S 782.10 $ 823.50 S 823.50 $ 903.60
E-8 $ 588.60 605.10 621.00 637.50 653.70 669.30 685.80 726.30 726.30 807.00
E-7 $369.90 $443.40 $459.90 $476.10 $492.30 507.90 524.10 540.90 564.90 580.80 597.00 605.10 645.60 645.60 726.30E6
318.90 387.30 403.20 419.70 435.90 451.80 468.30 492.30 507.90 524.10 532.50
E-5 275.40 339.30 355.50 371.70 395.40 411.60 427.80 443.40 451.80
E-4 231.60 290.10 306.60 330.60 347.10E3 '
167.70 233.70 249.90 266.40 ,''' '"JE2 .
138.30 193,50E
-1 133.20 177.00El
Un124.50
der 4 Months



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Optional in 71

r; .:,av,, ;P=:}. ;ya'yF:? The newly designed service

:..YY. :i .' i: I dress white coat for chief petty
i :f'Y '' ,n:i:: .};Y' officers will become an optional
tif tDec4
(lje uniform item May 1, 1971.
: kI However the present coat is
I .. 'uniform' until May 1; 1973.

The new coat may be
fabricated from blend materials,
and the trousers must be
conventional and of the same

fabric as the coat.It .
I is a single-breast d, three-

button, pressed collar style coat
Money! with a plain back and two side
vents. The front has four patch
pockets and buttoned flaps
similar to the service dress Khaki

coat, and set.in sleeves. It will
take approximately one year for

. the uniforms to be made.
.
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FLEET DISCOUNT TO
F 2r
: : NAVY PERSONNELALL

SIZtS

RECAPS

../ $8.88
,nj plus tax
SHOCKSJTJ

j ..."...:...:'..:.:....<...".W".: '. < ",.. .., ,*-" ,." .,.,. $555

3-bedroom HOLLYWOOD I plus labor
1 j 388-7371
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APRIL23,1970
JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 15


Training Day Provides Cartoon Contest


I Help for Red DartersAn ; Opens for NavyThe

annual All-Navy Comic
idea spawned in Rota, Spainto special interest topics. Cartoon Contest is now
solve the problem of gettingthe For instance,one of the first All underway, and Navy personneland
word to a detachment of 150 Hands Day lectures held by VP- their dependents are
dispersed personnel and it is 45's Rota detachment treated the encouraged to submit their
working equally well in Red Darters to a view of the cartoon entries now.
Jacksonville for Patrol Squadron submariner's life aboard a fleet C.' Entries must have a Navy
45.All ballistic missile submarine. Y' theme and be acceptable for
Hands Training Day is Complete with color slides, the '1. \ ,., general publication. Gag or
essentially what it sounds like: a COMSUBRON 16 presentation \ 't.:. situation cartoons are considered
day set aside for training for all afforded the squadron's ,>. appropriate, and they must be
hands. Looking for a day when personnel an in-depth look at \>t, submitted in black ink on 8 by
outside influence already causeda another facet of the Navy as wellas \ IQVt inch white paper or
loss of manhours, payday was serving as a platform for a .... illustration board.Contestants .
decided on as the ideal time to free exchange of ideas between .: \ may enter as many
shut down(except for operational members of each community. '.- \ > cartoons as they choose,
necessity flights) and get ).'; ,,, 1 however, each entry must be
,
everyone together for a bimonthly Adding more spice to the > ____2.-.i\: attached to a sheet containing the
training session. training pie, the squadron ARMY WITH following information: ((1) Full
NAVY Mary Reid Rice is presented a certificate
Usually held in the VP Hangar secured films of the historic name of contestant ((2)) Rate-
;
recognizing her 20-years of federal service from Capt C.W. Lewis,CO
Complex Training Room, the Apollo 11 flight for showing grade (3)) Service-file number
day
of the Naval Hospital. She served in the U. S. Army Nurse Corps ; ;
during All Hands
an
beginswith at8 a.m.The Day (7)) A brief statement declaring'All
quarters presentation. during World War I 11 I and Korea and is still a member of the U. S. Army
first of the is claims to the attached ;
part entry
program Reserves
head with
as nurse the 345th Mobile Surgical Hospital,
allotted the Commanding Officeror According to the squadron'sTraining Jacksonville. are waived and I understand the
the Executive Officer for a Officer, the greatest Department of the Navy may use
brief'word'session during whicha advantage of the All Hands Day Hurricane Hunters Cited as desired.'; and ((9)) Forwarding
resume of the squadron's past is that it provides the opportunity signature of CO or designated
two weeks of activity is presentedas to get everyone on board together representative.
well as a prospectus of thingsto fora lecture, thus saving lecturer With Dependents should supply the
Good Conduct MedalsJax
come.Time is then allowed for manhours by eliminating above applicable dataaccompanied
award presentations before the repetition and still getting better oy the following
training lectures begin. Brokenup coverage. Average attendance A collective total of 149 Jacobs; First awards went to statement: 'I am a dependent of-
by short coffee breaks, the during the Training Days is from years' Navy service was honoredat ATR2 Jay E. Brown, III, ATR2 rate-grade, etc.'
morning session lasts until 95-98 per cent. The Safety Officer VW-4 last week with the Richard L. Riley, TN Roberto V. Winning cartoons will be
approximately 11 when the pay and his assistants feel they presentation of Good Conduct Revilla, TN Danilo B. Mora and published in 'All Hands'
line is formed.After this comes a finally get the word to everyone Medals to 12 squadron TN Benjamin Miciano.In magazine,and the first five place
two-hour lunch break giving without relying on middle men. crewmembers. another awards presentation winners will receive awards from
officers and men a chance to do What do squadron personnelthink Cdr. A. 'F' Marsh, VW-4 earlier in the week, Aircrewman the Chief of Naval Personnel.All .
their 'odd jobs' before the of All Hands Day? A second commanding officer, distributedthe Wings were given AMHC JohnC. entires should be sent to the
afternoon session. After lunch class petty officer comments, 'I medals during a full-dress Davis, ATN3 Stephen S. Chief of Naval Personnel (Pers-
about an hour and a half is feel that the All Hands Training inspection Friday. Receiving the Hamilton and ATR3 Francis D. Gll) before the July 1 deadline.
allowed to clear baskets, etc., Day is a great step toward awards were: AFCM Charles F. Jock. For further details contact the
and then specific groups (ie ensured training for all hands in Arrington, 9th award; ADRC ATC Emanuel J. Riojas special services office at ext.
pilots, taccos, flight engineers, that some shops and offices John T. Conner, 5th award; reenlisted for four years April 14. 3122.
technicians, ordnancemen) postpone or are too busy to hold ADR1 Paul V. Francisco, 5th A native of Laredo, Tex., Chief Air Tech Journal
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marijuana shou'd be legalized. They see the weed as
The Turned On Ever part of the total picture of drug abuse and crime.
Growing
And there are psychiatrists who now say they are
beginning to see some marijuana psychosis the
I after-effect of a bad hallucinatory trip.
Eve Younger World Of Drugs "We used: to feel it was really an innocuous drug,"
says Dr. Eliiot D. Luby, a psychiatrist at De-
troit's Lafayette Clinic, a psychiatric training and

Drug users in the junior high schools argue that marijuana never leads to stronger drugs. research center for the Michigan Department of
There are real dangers in drug abuse, whetherthe Mental Health and Wayne State University."But .
Yes
some. month and every drug involved is marijuana or any of the other we are now seeing marijuana-induced psychosis -
And every
more every year
drugs that come along in an almost endless chain. including some involving suicide attempts.
week! .
It would be an exaggeration at this v point to Parents are reacting, or over-reacting, to the "I really don't know what is causing these lasting -
draw a picture of flagrant drug abuse among children drug problem in a variety of ways. marijuana panics. Maybe they are getting more
not yet in their teens. Many are seeking facts and information with potent substances. Or maybe they are being used
But the most startling single fact about illegal which to guide their children, or to counter theirchildren's more widely by less tolerant people."
drug use in the United States is the rapid drop in the arguments about marijuana and other Drug authorities say that only a small percentage
age level of boys and girls experimenting with mari drugs. of marijuana users "graduate" to heroin. But, they
juana and other drugs. Some are helping to organize community programs add, most heroin addicts began their drug abuse
Authorities who have studied the problem note thatit featuring authoritative discussions of drugs, with marijuana.
took five years for the use of hallucinogens, suchas or schools.are working toward drug education courses in the Heroin users ordinarily must take the drug daily
LSD, to move from the postgraduate to the undergraduate for a week or more before they become addicted.
level.It And some parents, doctors warn, are panickedinto
college Withdrawal and
symptoms are extremely severe
took another three years to spread to the senior ble later actions with or their attitudes children.that may reap greater trou- may continue in diminishing form for 10 days or
high schools.It longer.
has taken only two years to reach into' the "Finding out that a teen-ager has used marijuanaonce John G. Evans:; regional director of the Federal
junior high schools and the upper grades of some Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, believes
elementary schools. 1&c' that the use of heroin in Detroit "is. now definitelyon
But the declining age level is just one facet of the increase."
the expanding drug scene in America.
Some of the others: "There is a very simple explanation," he says.
One of every 200 Americans is taking, or has "We've had a tremendous expansion in the marketfor
from "soft" to the marijuana. This means an increased number of
,. taken, illegal drugs marijuana
"hard" narcotics such as heroin according to con- r r potential heroin addicts, and the pushers are taking
servative estimates. full advantage.
Americans are paying from $300 million to $400 "There is no way to make a completely accurate
million a year for illegal drugs. I estimate of the total drug problem, but if you in.
In Detroit, heroin addicts alone spend more than elude housewives, business executives and students
$16 million a year for "H" most of the money abusing drugs, along with the criminal types, they
obtained through constant criminal activities. or twice isn't the end of the world," a Detroit must run to the tens of thousands in the Detroitarea.
Five of every 100 college students in the United psychiatrist says. "Such experimentation is a normal .
States are believed to have tried "mindblowing"LSD pert of growing up like drinking a glass of beer "You can't start young enough to teach children
at least once, although precise figures on drug when we were kids." respect for these drugs, but it goes far beyond simple
use are not available. In fact, there is a growing demand across the drug abuse. I see it tied to a loss of values, a
Probably 20 per cent of the nation's teen-agers nation among adults and teen-agers that marijua"' moral breakdown.
have tried marijuana. be legalized.One "I sometimes think the whole world is. going insane -
Some 60,000 of the nation's 316,000 physicians of these advocates is Lawrence Brilliant, i but I doubt that drugs are the cause. They are
misuse drugs or are addicted to them, according to Wayne State School of Medicine senior who is an the result a form of escape for confused people.
the AMA. associate editor:' of "The New Physician," a national "Meanwhile a lot of good kids are going down
Teen-agers frequently know a great deal more medical journal published by the Student American the drain before they can be stopped.
about drugs than their parents. But they sometimes Medical Association (SAMA). "The ultimate solution has to involve everybody
choose to ignore one side of any controversial ques- Brilliant, in recent editorial in "The New Physician in this country. No one arm of the government is
tion on the subject. ," called for legalization of marijuana under capable of doing it. .
"Any drug education which is not acrupulously the same restrictions as alcohol, with its use regu- "It has to Involve enforcement, the press, doctors,
honest will fail with the kids," one psychologist says. lated by local communities as to availability and social agencies, schools and the courts. Everyone has
"Once you exaggerate, you lose them." taxation.He to put in some collective thinking on solutions.
Parents are wrong if they believe that marijuanais also called for further research to determine "And it is going to cost a lot of money one hell
an inevitable stage in a progression toward exactly marijuana's properties and long-range ef of a lot of money." (AFPS)
stronger drugs like LSD or heroin. < fects. (Reprinted in part from an article prepared by
However, teen-agers can be wrong:, too, if they Few law enforcement officers would agree that the staff of The Detroit News.)


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. Track and Field Meet Slated for NAS Jax TuesdaySports' I


Oldest Softball Season Opens


Form of Play ;. %c'?, With Toss by SkipperJax I

Set at 2 p.m.Jax ..qP .. NAS Commanding
Officer Capt. H. 0. Cutler threw
Tuesday is the big day for out the first pitch that officially
the annual Jax Track and Field opened the 1970 intramural
Meet with athletes competing for softball season Monday
trophies and team points in ten afternoon.
events. In the first day's action the
The meet Will get underway at Mets downed the Numba 10
2 p.m. with the first and second q v ii ? squad, 5-2, FAETU nipped MAD,
place finishers in each event 11-10, NATTC shutout out
awarded trophies. Also the first :11! / ADMED, 9-0, and VP-45 blanked
place team will be presented a : Fleet Weather, 6-0.
trophy and awarded points in the ::/' In play Tuesday NARTU
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going to the other finishers i beat VW4, 8-1, Weapons over
according to how they placed. 44 '1 ComFalrJax, 13-3, 679th whipped
The track will be open for 11 MARTD, 10-4, and Air Ops over
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I SprianPlays; Big Role in LifeA I StandingsTop Bowling Five



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young all-state football and when the first whistle blew Although the believe a youngster should AmeiicanteagueMAD
player set out from Bridgeton (N. starting football practice that fall have been good coaching at the 27-5
J.) High School with an athletic 157 letter winners showed up. The possible stage of his Hunters 22-14
scholarship in his hand in 1941 young end from Maryland was the usual and that's why I've
E-Zephyrs 22-14
and strode onto the campus of determined to make the starting when a to teach at the Outcast 22-14
Washington College in lineup and hedidit for most of the .them, the level,' he stated. King Pins 20-16
Chestertown, Md. ready to prove season came away Sports for Family
why 37 schools sought his athletic victory.
his usual jovial mood National League
prowess.He '
proved it, busting a few for a moment he Blue 27-9
heads on the gridiron and rappingout With the end 'Sports is a great way
RATCCNo.17
,without It I would 29-11
base hits the diamonds probably
on
the sports
and now he is just as have had the chance to get Eagles 27-13
happy decided to Red Darters 24-12
busting pins on the bowling lanes joined the .What you learn as part Hard Hats 23-13
and calling the shots from his signed a a team, the discipline of
desk communications officerat under rules and the team
as Philadelphia
NAS Jacksonville. club. lie was molds your way of life.' Continental League
LCdr. Gustav W. Loll sat backin 1' p Lancaster, rently it not only helped
Pin Benders 30-6<
his life but is for his
doing so
his chair last week and with
a Into the lineup CPO's VW-4 27-9
little his tan face broke family as his wite,
coaxing, career come Quack No. 1 23.9
into a big grin as he talked about with a severe plays golf and 'can MARTD 22-14
the days when he used to 'tote the six games. 100 any time she plays'and I RatPack 23th-16th'"
pigskin' for Washington and later For the first children fish, golf and bowl. I
Muhlenberg College.'I would not be the former star end of
The longest bicycle
it 'The
was nothing of great reknown field and High put ,
manufactured was 23 feet long
during college days, althoughas channeled his that plays together, stays
my and weighted 305 lbs. and had 10
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a freshman at Washington I coaching. He seats
was on the varsity team. The only coach of a
one to make it from the freshman' Lombard,
class. In those days it was mentor for
permitted for freshman to play x The Korean Why Do You See
for the varsity and the next year I 'I started in ten of 11 games back to active
was fortunate enough to be that season and only a knee time he
named to the All-Maryland injury kept me out of the lineupthe concentrating
College team,' he quipped. entire season.' For his ability and fishing Se Of These
What the commander did not and leadership teammates voted hours. Many
stress but what the record book him the most valuable player on He has
shows is that he was the leading the team. His coach at tournaments _
scorer for Washington as a trim Muhlenberg was Doggie Julien holds a 183
175 pound end. who later became head stationed at II
He went on 'In 43 we didn't basketball coach of the Boston was a O
have a football team because of Celtics and is now the athletic bowling
the war going on but I kept in director at Dartmouth competing in
shape by going out for wrestling.' University. in 1963 held GREENiCOVESPRINGS
In 1944 he enlisted in the 187. His
Marine Corps Reserve and was Navy CallsA season was
sent to Muhlenberg College as a U. S. Navy commission was highest game In Jacksonville?
V-12 student. However, football next for Loll as he packed his series his
players from all over the east bags and headed to Northwestern His golf Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are
were also enrolled the same year University at Evanston, Ill, and respectable sold in Green Cove Springs,and why there should be so many
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This only meant tough training
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tactics and after hours it was out Naturally,
first love as a
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there in the first place, and thento service completing this a fit' F,
go out for the football team was
LCdr. Loll
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After Down kind of All America football team physical
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