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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1970
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Admiral Inspects Can 'F ar, Presents ;E' to VP-16 .;.' ,


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Jax-The presentation of the ceveted Navy battle RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., commanderFleet
efficiency 'E' to VP-16, the inspection of Fleet Air Air,Jacksonville was pleased with the results l, ,1
Jacksonville and a speech before the Jacksonville of the inspection and passed his 'compliments to all 1
Council of the Navy League highlighted the visit of hands on the staff for a real outstanding job.'
VAdm. Robert L. Townsend, commander Naval Thursday evening, Admiral Townsend spoke to
Air, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, here last week. the local Navy League Council, praising young ,
Arriving at the station Thursday, the admiral Navymen and discussing the rapid growth of the
presented the 'E' for 1969 to the VP-DJ-Eagles for Soviet Union's Navy :f J
their outstanding efforts the tar. Cdr.
over pas the three-star 7.
In talking about today's youth
Ernest R. Nordtvedt
skjrperpiccepted
admiral said, 'They're smarter than kids were .:
the award on behalf of his officers aijtUp and
and they'll work day Y
when I was growing up.
The 'E' excellence of and
signifies
peifijirijij&ice
night under pressure without caving in,so, despitethe N
the squadron's high marks on Ins imW duringthe
world maturing in, they are
complex they are I
competitive 'E' period. The EagC high( levelof motivated.' "l'
combat readiness was displayedfj t jJTJfrnmer properly j'

when they performed top-level trackin j0f the Turning to the Soviet Navy, Admiral Townsend :
Soviet Fleet that was operating off thet3. Atlantic talked about the Russians' large scale naval /
Coast. ?ftP'. maneuvers involving hhelicopter carriers. He said
Enlisted men in the squadron now weartfieE' of the exercises are a change from the past, and that
excellence on their uniforms, and the 'this indicates the Russians are moving into sea ,
squadron's P-3 Orion aircraft sport a similar 'E'. e y' borne air strategy, ;

VAdm. Townsend and staff members completed a f' '
4 Also at the function, 10 local
Navy League
bi-annual administrative of
three-day, inspection
; a honored with certificates as being
Navymen were
the staff of Commander Fleet Air, Jacksonville on :
outstanding servicemen at their respective
Thursday afternoon.All .
.. VP-U commands. Local men being honored included CS1
EAGLES GET 'E' Commanding Officer, Cdr. E. R.
ComFairJax staff offices were described as Nordtvedt, (r), accepts plaque. On hand for the presentation are Billy. Moseleyand CE2 Roy S. Morrow of the air '
administratively excellent with the Fleet Air RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr.,commander Fleet Air Jax, (left), and station,And A01 RichardJ. Bisette of the Naval Air
Photographic Laboratory and the CommunicationsOffice VAdm. Robert L. Townsend, commander Naval Air Atlantic. Technical Training Center. Both Moseley and
being singled out as particularly outstanding. Morrow are former Serviceman of the Month.

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ublishnt by the Unit Put ills WOK Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official I I expression of any
military drpartnn. 01 I hi i>1I1'II'arun of advertisement In (this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised..
VOL. 28 NO. 6 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA APRIL 30, 1970
I Jax A Navy petty officer

....., and his Orange Park neighbors

4 Jax Navy Credit Union Opens \f\-j ....."' .'r'.' 'c .'. ."i. answered help April 21 a and mother's reacted plea with for a

j'J; :. : 'Ij.l '' life-saving response.
'ti1.f
P' ; t. TD1 Bill Petty of FAETU and
f Ft. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Faba of
:t" Orange Park relied on
Roosevelt Mall Office Monday "I : .. t emergency first aid training to
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save the life of two year old
,',' ... Henry Ohayan, son of Mr. and
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JO Jax-The Jax Navy Federal increased in the Credit, Union Thursday\ a.m. to 5:30: p.m., 0 "t'!(fi tt Mrs. ,Charles Ohayan of 446
Credit Union has announced from $2 million with 8,800 Friday 10 a m., to 7 p.m. and .( Brighton Ave., Orange Park. I
plans for the May 4 opening of the members in 1959 to 23,500 Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. As Petty was working on an air
Credit Union Facility located in members holding $16 millionin An official open house is being Bill Petty tossles an conditioning unit at his house,
the Roosevelt Mall. 1969. planned for the new facility to be appreciative Henry Ohayan after about 3:30 p.m.; Mrs. Ohayan
The 10,000 square foot office The board of directors say they held on Saturday and Sunday, the youngster returned from the burst from her house next door
will be the fourth Navy Federal are confident that this new June 20 and 21. hospital good as new carrying Henry in her, arms. She
Credit Union operated in the facility will enable the Credit ran to Petty for help and as he
Jacksonville area according to 'Union to continue its growth and explains: 'The boy was all blue in
Credit Union President W. Mel to produce additional income Three Sergeants Get his face, and obviously not
Ross. He further stated that the with which to pay dividends and breathing.'I .
Mall office will offer a full rangeof provide more services for slapped him on the back and
credit union services. present and future members.In Commendation MedalsJax then stuck two fingers in his
The new facility, located off addition to ample free mouth to try and clear anythingout
station is part of a 10-year parking, the mall office will also .. Maj. Kenneth P. MSgt. Byrnes also received the that might be stuck and he
planned growth program by the offer extended business hours for Tevebaugh commander of the Presidential Unit Citation Medal started breathing again. Then his
board of directors of the Jax members. The office hours for 679th Radar Squadron, presented for the same period of duty. breathing stopped and I went to
Navy Federal Credit Union. the Roosevelt Mall Credit Union SSgt. Marcus D. Leach, MSgt. SSgt. Castro distinguishedhimself the Faba's house to get more help
Assets and members have will be: Monday through Dewayne W. Byrnes and SSgt. by meritorious service as and we got him breathing again

<<_ J __ "' """ ...__ Alfred E. Castro with the Air shift supervisor while assigned to by turning'him over and clearinghis
Force Commendation Medal in a the Task Force Alpha throat and Mrs. Faba applied
'
ceremony last week. Communications Center, 1987th mouth to mouth recesitation.
SSgt. Leach distinguishedhimself Communications Squadron in Mrs. Ohayan, who feared her
by meritorious service Thailand. He identified problemareas son was dead when she ran to
while assigned to the 1876th and recommended Petty, was assured he was
Communications Squadron in the procuedures to solve these areas breathing again when they left by
Republic of Vietnam. He in the rapidly expanding car for the doctor's office.
identified and solved numerous communications environment.SSgt. However, on the way little Henry
problems in the communicationcenter Castro is retiring today stopped breathing on two
different occasions and Mrs. Faba
during his tour from after completing 20 years of
service in the Air Force. and Petty again applied life
Y y'r March 2, 1969 to March 2, 1970.
i
n saving air into his lungs.
medalas
MSgt.Byrnes earned his
B NCOIC of the 1st Mobile InsideEditorials The traumatic experience for
Communication Group, Clark the Ohayan's resulted from a
AB, Republic of the Philippines.His treat that Mrs. Ohayan gave
outstanding performance Page 2 Henry earlier in the afternoon.
enabled that organization to Civil Service Page 4 Mrs. Ohayan put Henry on her
successfully complete it's rapidly Want Ads Page 13 bed while she was showering and
increasing maintenance Sports Pages 18,19 meantime he fell asleep and
New Credit Union Mall Office requirements in Southeast Asia. apparently began chocking his


I VP-5 Mad Foxes Take Part in Sea OperationsThe sleep.When went he had after stopped she help breathing and picked luckily and him found she up ..

the right people that were able to
Mad Foxes: of Patrol 'Blue' task force opposed by thereby saving the task force included exercise in coordinationof save the youngster's life.
Squadron Five have just 'Orange' force aggressor ships, from destruction. The squadron tactics between submarines, As much as a nation depends on
completed two weeks of round- submarines and aircraft. VP-5 aircraft flew their missions from ships and aircraft. This was in the military for national
the-clock' flight operations in flew 23 sorties, maintaining three NAF Sigonella, Sicily, and Souda preparation for Phase II, a week protection there is a family in
support of two operational planes on station at all times overa Bay, Crete. long opposed convoy transit Orange Park that is awfully
exercises in the Mediterranean. period of five days. In their roleas Exercise Epic Battle was a through the Eastern happy to have them in the
National Week, as the name Blue surface surveillance and NATO operation involving Mediterranean.Patron neighborhood. Besides TD1
implies, was an exercise ASW units, the Mad Foxes surface, air and subsurface units Five stationed a two Petty,who is on active duty, Mrs.
involving air, surface and succeeded in detecting and from Greece, Turkey, Italy, the plane detachment at Souda Bay, Faba is a former Navy nurse
subsurface units of the U. S. Sixth neutralizing the Orange United Kingdom and the United Crete, to fly in an ASW support and her husband, Ralph, is a .
Fleet. The format of the exercise submarine threat and located a States.The operation was divided retired Master Sergeant from the
included a transitting friendly simulated missile-firing cruiser into two phases; the first phase (Continued on Page 2)) Marine Corps.

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Which Toothpaste ? 'I I.I.fJe1J.t U3. I

Which toothpaste is the best for you and your family-one that
whitens teeth, kills germs or prevents decay? tCed
Simply stated, the role of a dentifrice in oral hygiene is to act -
as an aid to the toothbrush in cleaning teeth. In addition, of course, IC
certain dentifrices have proven decay-preventing. qualities. These
toothpastes are recommended for use-especially by childrenby CATHOLICNAVAL
the American Dental Association. (ADA).
The ADA classifies and evaluates! therapeutic dentifrices; thatis r
those toothpastes which claim to improve oral health. Since AIR STATION
1960, when the Association first recognized one dentifrice as "an Saturday Mass
effective decay preventive," only a handful of toothpastes have 5 P.M.
been approved. All of them contain some type of fluoride. All approved Sunday Mass-11:00: A.M.
dentifrices carry the ADA statement, so check to see if your Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.
toothpaste has that statement. Saturday Confessions -
These dentifrices are effective, but the extent of their effectiveness i 10:30: -11:30: A.M.
depends upon the user. To obtain maximum protection against

decay, you should brush your teeth as soon as possible after eating, .. NAVAL HOSPITAL
even after snacks. The reason for this is that the decay-causing. ; -
bacteria work on the food-especially sugars-within a short time FRA VISITO'RS.-The Southeast president of the Fleet Reserve Sunday Mass 8 A.M.
after it has entered the mouth. The longer toothbrushing is post- Association and local FRA officials discussed the organization duringa
poned, the longer the bacteria have a chance to work. meeting April 23 with Capt. H. 0. Cutler, NAS Jax CO. Visiting were NATTC
However, even approved dentifrices are not cure-alls. They are (L to R) Capt. Cutler, AI Bullwinkel, southeast FRA president; Sandy Sunday Mass- 930A.M.-
designed only as aids in combating decay and will not substitute for Sandefer, Branch 126 secretary; Ben Northen, president Branch 126; Bldg. 500

and Tom Lancaster, president of Branch 91.

11 PROTESTANTNAVAL



Sunday Worship HOSPITAL- 10 A.M.

Wl1M Me Jt&JWlThe
c4vnf V NAVAL AIR Sunday STATION

fluoridation of community water supplies and regular visits to the Holy Communion 8:30:

dentist. two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different A.M. Bldg. 750
Some of the newer additions to the dentifrice market are the meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: Church School (all ages)
so-called tooth whiteners.,The ADA has commented on these tooth- breakfast. 6 a.m. to 7:30: I.m.; dinner 111.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to A.M.
pastes as follows: "There has been a recent tendency to promote 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.;
dentifrices on the basis of their ability to whiten or brighten teeth. dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: l.m.1 supper. 5:00: p.m. to 4:15.: Both Dining halls ob Junior Church (Nursery-
serve the sameJiours on waek-ends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a.m. to grade 6) 10 A.M.
Such claims appear to relate almost exclusively to the incorporationin
8:30: a.m.;brunch 1:30: a.m.to 12:30: p.m.and supper-4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m.
the dentifrices of harsher abrasive agents. Depending on the Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25cents Divine Worship Service -
level of abrasive present dentifrices may be excessively harsh for dinner and brunch for 43 cents and supper for 50 cents. 10 A.M. ; Bldg. 750
regular use by the general public." Junior Youth Fellowship
The ADA especially warns against use of such dentifrices by Friday,May 1 1 P.M. Bldg. 722
dental with exposed dentin cementum
patients or or by patientswho Senior Youth
have restorations constructed of soft synthetic materials. Den- Breakfast Dinner Supper Fellowship
tin is the calcified tissue beneath the enamel of the teeth, and ce- Corn Meal Mush Oyster Stew Swiss Steak 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
mentum is the relatively thin tissue covering the roots of teeth. Eggs to Order Italian Meat Sauce Natural Gravy
Before using the tooth whitening pastes, the ADA suggests you French Toast Boiled Spaghetti Mashed Potatoes Tuesday
ask the advice of your family dentist. Fried Fish Portions Pizza PieButtered Mexican Corn Senior Choir Rehearsal
One other comment on types of dentifrices: The so-called "bac- Hash Brown Potatoes White Cake Asparagus Ice Cream Sundaes 7 P.M. Bldg. 750
teria! killer" dentifrices have not been found effective either in Raised Doughnuts Cocoa Fudge IcingSaturday
reducing the number of decay-causing bacteria in the mouth or
in combating decay.It ThursdayChristian
is advisable to provide an approved fluoride dentifrice, es- Science Ser
pecially for your children. All members of your family should remember ,May 2 vice 8 P.M.
to brush immediately after eating and to see your family
dentist for regular checkups.If Early Breakfast Brunch Supper NATTC
you follow these rules, you and your family will be started on Hot OatmealEggs Simmered Frankfurters Braised Pork Chops Divine Worship 12 P.M.
the road to good dental health throughout their lives. (AFPS) to Order Hot Baked Beans Onion Gravy
(Reprinted in part from the El Rolando, Naval Station, Rota Griddle Cakes French Fried Potatoes O'Brien Potatoes Bldg. 500Evening
Spain) Broiled Bacon Slices : Ice Cream Sundaes Okra and Tomato Gumbo Worship-6 P.M.
Cinamon Rolls Buttered Green Peas Bldg. 500

The Good ShepardBy Light Devil's Butter Food Cream Cake


Lt V. P. Gerlock, CHC
TrafficViolations
On many occasions during his life on earth Jesus Sunday,May 3

Instructed his disciples concerning his purposes in life. Early Breakfast Bt xhTurkey Supper

Such explanations from the God man about the Hot Grits Pot Pie Grilled Ham Steaks

mysteries of God's salvation would In themselves be Minute Eggs to Steaks Order Mashed Potatoes Hash Cream Gravy
Brown and Serve Rolls Brown Potatoes
beyond human comprehension. It was necessary for Sugar Home Rolls Fried Potatoes Buttered Wax Beans Buttered Fresh Frozen The following is a report of

Jesus to speak about these things in understandablestories Ice Cream Sundaes Boiled Broccoli Navy Beans motor vehicle accidents and

and illustrations drawn from the life of the Apple Pie traffic violations for the period

people of his time. Just such an illustration is the pictureof April 14 20.Number.

the Good Shepard We are meant to see the meaningand of Accidents
This
week 2.
purpose, of the life of Jesus from his self Total accidents this year
Monday,
May 4
description as the idea) shepard. through April 20 96.

The crux of the shepard illustration Is concern for the Breakfast Dinner Supper Number of accidents through
Hot Grits Knickerbocker
Soup
sheep; and this concern Is highlighted by the contrast Ham Omlet Oven Roast of Beef Steamed Beef Paprika Rice April 1969113. .
with the hired hand. Faced with a difficult situation, the French Toast Natural Gravy Green Beans Creole Total number of days since last
Grilled Luncheon Meat Mashed Potatoes Brown and Serve Rolls injury in a motor vehicle accident
hired hand leavingthesheepon their The Cinnamon Au Gratin
runs away, own. Rolls Cauliflower Cherry Pie 39.
good shepard, on the contrary, not only remains with the Yellow Caramel Cake Fudge Frosting

sheep, but is willing even to lay down his life for them. Number of Violations

This is the meaning of Jesus' life; to love his flock so

much that he Is willing to give up His, life for their Tuesday,May 5 60
This week
welfare. Breakfast Dinner
Supper 15
Oatmeal Speeding
Hot Vegetable Soup
Eggs to Order Baked Veal Loaf Pineapple Baked Virginia Ham Going through stop sign 9
Pineapple Hot Cakes Tomato Gravy Mashed Sauce Other Violations 36
I Sweet
Baked Sausage Patties Potatoes
French Fried Potatoes Southern Style Greens Twenty four drivers appeared
JTAX AIR: 1VEWS Cake Doughnuts, I Ice Buttered Cream Peas Sundaes and Celery Break Boiled I, Navy Beans before the Taffic Hearing Boardon

PUdding April 23.Mad .
Peach
Sauce
,
'. ".
", Foxes
'
,
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper : Wednesday,May
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Dinner (con' from Pg. l)

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Navy Bean Soup Supper role for the Blue forces. In the
private firm. A U Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Chicken Fried Steak Deep Fried Fish two week exercise, the Mad

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Hot Breakfast Farina Cream Mashed Gravy Potatoes PortionsScalloped Potatoes Foxes were credited with 17

Jacksonville, by 12:00.noon on Monday before publication. News Scrambled Eggs Buttered Fresh Frozen Harvard Beets attacks on submarines,
items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 772-3118 or Creamed Dried Beef Mixed Vegetables Buttered Brussels destruction of six patrol boats,
3119. Home Fried Potatoes Peanut Butter Cake Sprouts and interception and
Praline Buns Butter Cream
Icing Ice Cream Cups identification of five aggressor

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries aircraft.
concerning such should be directed to: Thursday,May 7 This detachment marked a new

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Dinner first for patrol aviation. In
Cream of Potato with the Navy's newly
Soup keeping
4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville Fla. 32210
Baked Pork Chops instituted policies with regard to
Telephone 388.2755 Breakfast Macaroni with Cheese and this
Corn Meal MUSh Tomatoes Naval Flight Officers,
Eggs to Order Boiled Pinto Beans Supper detachment was commanded by
VOL. 28 NO. 6 APRIL 30, 1970 Griddle Cakes Simmered Spinach Pizza Baked Lasagna Patrol Squadron Five's senior
Broiled Bacon Slices Fruit Gelatin Pie
Carl
LCdr.
Sugar Rolls Whipped Topping" Broccoli Polonaise tactical coordinator,
Apple Pie Leban.




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APRIL 30, 1970 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 3
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Navy Careers Parallel I

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From Cadet to CaptainCECIL


Capt. JB. Morin, replacement training squadronat .
commander of RCVW-4, and NAS Lemoore in 1962. The)' :
Capt. W.G. Sizemore, served in A-4 squadron
commander of CVW-1, friends homeported at Lemoore froir
and shipmates for more than 20 1963 to 1966. Cdr Morin, at
years, recently arranged an commanding officer, of VA-155 fi" f,' _
interesting demonstration to and Cdr. Sizemore as
show their sons, John and Billy, commanding officer of VA-93, r -aiui _._ a r
the changes in naval aircraft made two combat deployments to
which have occurred in recent Southeast Asia.
years. Cdr. Morin was assigned to the
Each captain flew an N2S Bureau of Naval ,Personnel in
Stearman, former Navy trainer 1066.
aircraft, with his son in the front Approximately six months ar r k .d+ swaM
cockpit from Herlong Air Field to later Cdr.Sizemore reported to-
NAS Cecil Field and parked you've guessed it,-the Bureau of
alongside a Corsair II A7B, the Naval Personnel While at
Navy's newest light attack Rupers both commanders were
aircraft. Both captains are selected for duty as Air Wing
qualified in the Corsair II and fly commanders. Cdr. Morin
this aircraft routinely with the became commander of Attack _
attack squadrons of their Carrier Air Wing 7 aboard USS .1 "
respective commands. The N2S Independence in 1968: Cdr.
aircraft used for these unique Sizemore became commander of
flights belong to Planes, Inc., Attack Carrier Air Wing 1 aboard
located at Herlong Air Field. USS J.F. Kennedy in 19. ..
Tau ''MxMfi'Capt.
Capt. Morin and Capt. NAS Cecil Field is the location ",
Sizemore have enjoyed of the seventh duty station where
remarkably similar careers. these officers have served .Morlin (I), Capt. Sizemore have flown old and new together.

Their paths first crossed during together over the past 22 years. Cecil Employee To Chair ITC Council SixFive
flight training. On Oct. 7, 1948 as Capt. Morin and Capt.
aviation midshipmen, they were Sizemore have had enviable members of the Sorte's are training sessions for the Mrs. Skapyak has chosen as
designated naval aviators at NAS careers in carrier aviation. They Toastmistress Club at Cecil Field many clubs as well as the normal her theme for the year,
Jacksonville. Midshipman Morin both have nearly 6,000 hours of attended a recent council business of any organization. 'Toastmistress Women Alert to
reported to the Atlantic Fleet, flight time in numerous fighter meeting in Orlando, Florida. Opportunity.;'
and Midshipman Sizemore and attack aircraft. On his recent They were Mrs. Florence Span, Mrs. Skapyak is employed at
reported to the Pacific Fleet for deployment, Capt. Sizemore club representative; Mrs. Louise Cecil Field as secretaryCLERKTO
squadron duty.In joined a select group of naval Beard, president; Mrs. Agnes THE FIELD DIRECTOR OF
1951, Lt. (jg) Morin and Lt. aviators who have surpassed Tracey, Mrs. Johnnie Kelly and ; s THE American Red Cross. She
(jg) Sizemore were assigned to 1,000 carrier landings. Mrs. Ruth Skapyak.Mrs. Y S / has been a member of
Pensacola and Kingsville -"OW80 UT Skapyak was elected J .gs International Toastmistress,
respectively as flight instructors. Chairman of Council Six, Inc., for seven years. She helped
Following these tours they both International Toasmistress Club, organize the Sorte's
were ordered to Pacific Fleet SECURITY?? Inc. Council Six has 13 clubs and Toastmistress Club, then
fighter squadrons in 1953. At the .2.": covers an area from Fort Myers, transferred from the Seminole
completion of this tour of sea Buy Fla., to Savannah, Ga. Club of Jacksonville.She has held
duty, Lts. Morin amd Sizemorewere The new chairman will presideat the office of vice chairman of
classmates at the Naval ri U.S. Savings four council meetings for the Council Six and also club vice '
Post Graduate School in Bonds year of 19701971.These meetings president, treasurer and club
Monterey in 1957, were assignedto representative in the Seminole
ATU-202 together in 1958, and Club.
reported to the University of MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll Mrs. Skapyak
California at Berkeley in 1959.
Returning to sea duty in 1960,
Ranks All AgesLOW
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LCdr.Morin and LCdr. Sizemore
BURGERKVWCHOME
went different ways only to rejoinas
classmates in Attack RATES

Squadron 125, the A-4 .

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CIVIL SERVICE NEWS



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CSC Against Move of Equal I j



Opportunity ResponsibilitiesIrving s 4aw 1



Kator, the Civil Service Commission's director of Equal Employment

Opportunity, told the House general subcommittee on labor that the Civil Service

Commission strongly opposed moving equal opportunity responsibility from the

Civil Service Commission to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Much of the same testimonywas Civil service Commission has Employment Opportunity shouldbe
previously stated by Civil that responsibility for federal in the mainstream of federal
Service Commission Chairman departments and agencies. personnel activities.
Robert E. Hampton at a hearing Kator feels that to transfer the
before the Senate subcommitteeon responsibility for the federal Additionally, Kator said m 4
labor last August pertaining to Equal Employment Opportunity repeatedly that the Equal M k
,
Bills S.2453 and H. R. 6228 which Program from the Civil Service Eployment Opportunity .r 7., 4'I I
are under condiseration.As Commission to the Equal Commission is 'complaint
the law now stands, the Employment Opportunity oriented' and that while
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 'would seriously complaint handling is important,
Commission is responsible for weaken the Equal Employment what is really needed is STEPS U P*.Ruth C.Munden,Industrial I health nurse at the Naval I Air
enforcing the equal opportunity OpportunityHe 'affirmative action.' By this, he Rework Facility receives quality step increase from Capt. Oscar
provisions of the Civil Rights insists that whoever is means'the moving out by agency Gray Jr.,NAS medical officer.Capt. D. H. Heile and Lt. Duke H. Scott
Laws in private industry. The responsible for federal EqualA1tDftEY'I heads and their managers to take were on hand for the April 15 presentation.
the steps necessary to make
equal employment opportunity a Rules
Review
reality in every aspect of Medical
personnel operations.'

By taking 'affirmative action' Change for ApplicantsCriteria
LOUNCE A II&CK&II'OIiI instead of waiting for
DRIVE IN SERVICE complaints, he cited such thingsas ,
3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771 3385 appointing Equal for medical review job applications which state thata
Employment Opportunity applications for employment in person has achieved control
Counselors, rating supervisorsfor the federal service have been through medication and has !
LADIES NIGHT equal employment modified by the Civil Service had no seizures for three months
opportunity responsiveness, Commission.No will not be checked by a
4 EVERY TKURS. agency and activity Action Plans, medical review will be commission doctor.
upward mobility and training made by commission medical -AU diabetes cases will be
MIXED DRINKS program.The officers of applications except reviewed when applications are
those in the following categories for hazardous positions in which
HALF PRICE committee did not seem
listed in question 26 on Standard control requires less than 25 unitsof
too sympathetic to Kator's plea,
Form 171.Emotional. insulin and
FOR LADIES ONLY however. Augustus F. Hawkins, mental disorder daily, applicationsfor
or nonhazardous .
positions.All
7 D-California,Acting Chairman of
nervous breakdown. All cases heart disease cases will be
CASE LOTS the subcommittee, disagreedwith will be reviewed by a commission reviewed except those
Kator on what the Equal
medical officer.
for
applications arduous duty
at Commission Employment and the Opportunity Civil Service -Epilepsy (Blackouts, fainting positions in which the applicanthas
spells, fits, convulsions. All will been performing similar
'
Commission could do if the Equal
WHOLESALEPRICES be reviewed except when work for the last year, and
Employment Opportunity
Commission applications state there have applications for sedentary non-
took
over been no seizures for two years hazardous positions.
enforcement activities
from
the
DANCING EVERY NIGHT Civil Service Commission. without medication when it is a -AU tuberculosis cases will be
hazardous job. Nonharzardous reviewed except those in which
I the applicant states the conditionhas
been arrested (incactive or
YOUR CREDIT UNION AND ITS 23,500 MEMBERS ARE... cured) for one year or more.It .
imposes upon appointing
officers the need for a more
careful review of medical
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I! Awards Honor Employees GRANT PLAZA- "
103rd St. at Blanding +

I Jax-NAS civilians have made Capt. H.O. Cutler, NAS Adams. bioith1; AUTOCENTER
t news this week with retirements, commanding officer, presented a Superior accomplishments
awards and promotions. ComFairJax presentation to Fire resulting in an annual savings of
NARF reports that 27-year Department Captain John M. $6,000 were honored in a e Sale ends May 7th
veteran Omar E. Ryan has Adams honoring his action in presentation conducted by Lt.
I retired from his job as an helping a heart attack victim J. M. Cain. The follwing
instructor in the Electronic obtain medical aid. employees were acknowledgedfor
Mechanic Aircraft Systems Retirement ceremonies were their accomplishments:
t Division. conducted for Bill von Windeguthand From the Operations Division-
William M. Nichols was George W Levy who have William Gatlin, Willie Allen,
awarded a check in honor of his served with the local Fuel Depotfor Richard Black,Charlie Chappell, STRONG 4-PLY NYLON CORD
sustained superior performance, 12 and 17 years respectively. Sam Bolden, Curtis McLemore,
and Ruth C. Munden, industrial Eleven employees were and William Prince; From the
health nurse at the occupational recognized for their outstandingwork Maintenace Division-David
dispensary, was presented a and achievements duringan Hutson, George W. Levy and
quality step increase by Capt. awards presentation Arthur McCutchen. f 1
Oscar Gray, Jr., NAS medical cconducted by NAS Supply [ MONTH GUARANTEE
officer.At Officer Capt. E.A. Grinstead. 30
Data Processing, EAM Ray Gray was awarded a sick R D061AR9
Supervisor Fred Wise was leave certificate entitling him to AtXCHAIrc1
promoted to GS.S,and Systems membership in the 1000 Hour : 4OM "'" Buy 1st Tire at Regular
Design Analysis and Program Club. Raymond Hodges received P Price Plus F.E.T. and Get
Division Director Jack Cohoon $50 and George Levy received 2nd Tire For
I received a temporary promotionto $25 as awards for beneficial

GS-13. suggestions. d/2/ PRICE.lus
The Navy Fuel Depot Safety awards were receivedby
celebrated its 19th anniversary Ben Gregory of the Material .
FLT. taxi
Friday with a special luncheon Division, Charlie Wilson of the ).11UY
highlighted by retirement and Maintenace Shop,William Princeof /
awards presentations. Guest the Operations Branch, and AM&RICAtlllJ i;:
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Limitations JI I J
Age .

Schedules r:

On ReenlistmentsWASHINGTON '"., Club
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D. C.....Are ; # 1;< .. ',
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limitationsfor ,,:iW41f1\ \ "'; : .
of the \ ;" ,
aware age ; ... "' (
you M" : ; '
,, : iIc;! yr : : BLUEJACKETS INN
;
reenlisting or extending on "" ',\ { !Jt} : '''
active duty so you can transfer to : ... This evening's entertainment will be provided by the Messengers of
the Fleet Reserve or retire after I the Masses, while Ronnie and the Soul Society take the spotlight
30 years' service? H tomorrow night through Monday. Tuesday's attraction is the
These limits vary and depend 'j( Camelots, and highlighting Wednesday evening will be the Four of
upon a man's present age, his Clubs..
time in service and enlistment .ff; ACEY DEUCECLUD
expiration date.Personnel .
without enough Qa Due to the circumstances surrounding its moving to the old CPO
service for transfer to the Fleet ,- club building, the Acey Deucey Club will offer no entertainment
Reserve before age 52 cannot a tonight through Sunday. However, the club will reopen on Mondaywith
remain on active duty without .. an evening!of fine entertainment,yet to be announced.
fir iq Ya
approval from the Chief of Naval ,....;.
Personnel. The same is true for 94n CPO CLUB
men not yet 62 old, but who .
years \ Tommy 'C' and the Seminoles will entertain you this evening while
still require active service
r the Four of Clubs will be featured tomorrow night. Saturday, enjoy a
beyond that age to qualify for 30-
retirement. special treat from Memphis, Tennessee Dick Floor and the
year Pathfinders. Mark.Castle is slated for Sunday evening. .
A man approaching, attainingor
exceeding age 52, with 16 or .11P Y s ktiM' OFFICERS CLUB
more years' service toward
transfer to the Fleet Reserve Tonight is Beefeaters' night from 6:30: until 9, and tomorrow's
when his current contract ends, 4 4' 'iVW feature is the Happy Hour and Sing Along with Phil Cay, from 4 until
may reenlist or extend. He will 6:30.: Enjoy an a la carte dinner from 6 until 10. and from 10:30: until
not,however, be allowedto serve 12:30: dance to Phil Cay and the Chantels.The regular buffetis featuredon
beyond age 63 unless his Sunday from 2 until 9 p.m.
date for transfer to the
eligibility The main club will be closed on Monday, but the Package Store will
it. In this
Fleet Reserve
the active requires obligation will be open from 4 until 11 p.m.Tuesday is game night at the'0'Club from
case,
end completion of sufficient 8 until 10:30: and an a la carte menu is featured, along with a, quick
' upon luncheon in the Main Brace from 11:30: until 1. Wednesday the club
service.A will feature lunch 'in the Brace l.and the regular a la carte
man approaching, attainingor .
exceeding age 62, with 28 menu.
years'service toward retirementat FRA BRANCH
the end of his current contract,
may reenlist or extend long The shuffleboard tournament tonight starts at 8. Tomorrow night
enough to complete 30 years.. 4 GOODIES Wives of VW. 4 officers held a bake sale in the Red Edwards and the Altones will be entertaining from 8:30 to 1:30,
Requests to continue on active squadron's hangar last week. Proceeds of the sale will go to charity and on Sunday Jim Mann and the Goodtimers will be there.

duty beyond that date will not be The dining room is open Tuesday through Sunday, with weekday
approved. servings from 11 to 2 p.m. and 5,to.10 p.m.; Saturday from noon until
closing time; and Sunday from 1 p.m. to midnight.Now .
is the time to start making reservations for the May 9 Mother's
Three Hurricane Hunters Sign Day Eve party. Admission is $2.50, and the price includes dinner and
live entertainment. Tickets are available at the Fleet Reserve Club of
Jacksonville, 5391 Collins Rd., and from Branch and Unit 91 officers.


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reenlistments, one division of VW 4's maintenance hangar 123. Proceeds from the I I

retirement, and an officer's department.. sale will to charity and will be I
go
wives bake sale spotlighted VW The Chief, his wife Grace and used to help elect VW 4's TRANSMISSION I I
4 activity last week. their two children Eric 7, and .
AZ1 William A. Brown, of Cheryl 6live] at 1609BrierWay., commanding officer, Cdr. A. 'F' -----J
Marsh
of the
king Jacksonville
YOU CAN TRUST YOUR
Carmichaels Pa. in Jacksonville.The .
a 10-year Officer's
Wives Club's
Luau. The
veteran, reenlisted for four years Chief will begin his second Luau will be held at the 0' Club ,.: \ \ TRANSMISSION/ / TO TRANSMART
April 20.Petty. career with United Securities in May 9.Each.
FREE
Officer Brown, a Jacksonville.VW TOW IN
maintenance material control penny collected at the 6
supervisor has served in VW 4 4's Officer's Wives Club bake sale will count as one vote tFREE PICKUP t DELIVERY

for one year. sponsored a bake sale April 20 in for Cdr. Marsh on Luau night. Y Vr ALLMEET GENERAL REPAIRSCALL
Brown, his wife Priscilla and
their two children live in FOR SERVICE NEAREST YOU.
Jacksonville. IMPORTED CHEESES DAY 388-0516 NITE 733-4789

AE1 Kelsey W. Pettigrew of from All Over the World 2530 EDISON AVE. Corner of Stockton & Edison
Casa Grande, Ariz:, reenlistedfor
four years April 22..
Catering a ImkAmericard
The 14-year veteran is VW-4's
night check aviation electronics,

supervisor.He tJtllSI 1lJI1IR] ROSEBUD
and his wife, Gladys, have .
three children.
ADRI James 0. Graves signedfor ROOSEVELT MALI TOM WALTON .,

three years Thursday. 4455 ROOSEVELT BLVD. MANAGER t
Graves,a native of Chenoa, 111., <
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. PHONE 389-7811,
is VW 4's ground support
equipment assistant supervisor.The I
13 year veteran and his
wife, have two children.All .
three reenlistments were ,

administered by Cdr. A. F'
Marsh, VW 4's commandingofficer.

COME WHERE THE PEOPLE ARE! ,. .
AZC Robert A.Selblom stood at """' "" HJi ;j
quarters for the last time Mondayas
he retired after 20 years active don't miss ..our Star Salesman is offering..
service to his country.
Chief Seblom, who graduatedfrom r' THIS WEEK ONLY

RTC, Great Lakes,in 1950, .I.11
was an analyst for the analysis tonight'swinning 5 REPOSSESSED MOBILE HOMES S

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smoothly and case onto the shoulder.You'll have to depend on
the view from your left window for steering reference. Or on some
cars you may be able to peek through the gap under the hinge edge of 4: tlk V
the hood. :
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AIR FORCE SERGEANTS HONORED Receiving congratulations after being awarded the Air
Force Commendation Medals are SSgt.M. C. Leach,MSgt. D. W. Byrnes and SSgt. A. E. Castro. The
medals were presented by Mal.| K. P. Tevebaugh,commander of 679th Radar Squadron.
,
Handbook Says Women Still Face BarriersAlthough

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women have ,made handbook concern families livingin Bureau, reflect women's
rr significant progress in the last poverty, continuing education participation in the labor force,
r few years in the areas of programs for women, and their civil status, and their role in
employment opportunities and Federal labor laws for women. the political life of the Nation.
civil and political status, Why women work, how many Since 1940, women have been
artificial barriers still deprive female family heads are the sole responsible for the major sharein
them of their full rights, earners, what public offices the growth of the labor force.
You Have a BlowoutKeep according to the '1969 Handbookon women hold,what the differencesare They accounted for about 65
Women Workers,' recently in earnings of women and percent of the total increase from '
a firm and steady grip on the steering wheel and don't issued by the U. S. Department of men these and many other 1940 to1968, and their
oversteer to correct the swerve or pull. If a front tire goes, there will Labor. facts, in the 384-page publication, representation in the labor force
be a strong pull toward the side with the blowout.A New. section of tht mtod prepared by the Women's has risen from one-fourth to r I
rear blowout tends to cause weaving of the rear end. almost two-fifths of all workers.
Above all don't slam on the brakes! Brake smoothly but easy doesit. -.. However, women are still
.Sudden braking may throw you into a spin or out of control. lllllllllllllHIHIinilllHHHiillUIIIIIHIIlUt. IlIlII concentrated in the lower skilled,
Get onto the shoulder and limp along until you find a place level Motorcycle Fans! lower paid,and'typically female' ;
enough to change the tire safely. Day or night, set out flares or other _1..1.IIIIIIIIIIIInll111111111I111II11III111I1. occupations.About 34 percent of
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Editor Now that summer is the potential hazards of tin cans, child to learn to swim. The
near and the final bell of the broken glass, pieces of pipe of American Red Gross, YMCA's,
school year is about to ring, those lumber with nails. To protect YWCA's and other organizations >> .
perpetual balls of energy your child, rake your yard provide properly supervised ': : ;,
wrapped in tee shirts, blue jeans, periodically and keep containersof instruction in swimming. ;'\\ i 6 k
tennis shoes and catcher's mitts refuse tightly closed or Caution your child to swim witha >''fljJ!1;; rf'!&; Jill.
will be getting down to the more inaccessible. buddy and always choose a
serious business of baseball, BASEBALL. After you place where there is a lifeguardon OFFICER AND CMAA AZ1 Sue Zeliff (far I), new Wave
Barracks Chief Master at Arms and PNC Ruth Burleson,
and for
bicycling, swimming sportsin present your boy or girl, duty.
general. that matter, with a baseball, transferring Chief Master at Arms discuss plans for the barracks
TilE GREAT OUTDOORS.Even with the new Barracks Officer, Ens. Mary Kallas and previous
And now is the time when you don't just .et him fumble with it.
a trip to the local forest
Barracks Officer, Lt. Elsie Burlani.SelfProtection.
will want to give even more Practice with him until he
can hold some nasty
preserve
thought to your child's safety. becomes reasonably proficient.A surprises for the unsuspecting.
Here are a few safety tips to simple thing like taping the Children should learn about Program For
assist you in protecting your child bat handle will make it easier to
avoiding insect bites and
summer.from a serious play accident this grip the batter's and less hands.Youngsters likely. to fly out of poisonous plants and reptiles. Air Station Wives ScheduledJax
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BIKES. As your child learns to sandlot baseball participating should supervision of an adult who is All Naval Air Stations what they can do to foil the
ride, help him and watch him wear caps with protective games liners, wise in the ways of the great wives; Navy, Marine Corps, Air attacker with items most women
until he gains skill and especially when at bat. The outdoors. Force, Army and Coast Guard, have in their purses or on their
confidence. Most important, catcher should have a proper Children often fall prey to are invited to attend the specially beings. Horton will demonstratewhat
teach him the rules of safe bike mitt or glove, a chest protectorand maladjusted strangers who seek scheduled film and lecture by the damage can be done with a
riding-to ride on the right side of ,at least,a mask.Sneakers or wooded areas for their attacks. Duval County Sheriffs Office on shoe, hairspray or' cologne, a
the street single file; to obey rubber-cleated shoes are much Therefore, children should never May 14, and 20. comb and other ousehold items.
traffic signs; to give proper arm safer than spike shoes.PLAYGROUND go into the woods alone and never The film entitled 'Invitation to The program will be presentedto
signals when turning and EQUIPMENT at night, even though a path Violence' depicts some of the the officer's wives at 2 p.m.,
stopping, never to ride two on a The greatest menace for leading through the woods may many ways a woman can and Thursday, May 14 on the second
bike; and. not to indulge in younger children is playground be a shortcut to a playmate'shouse. does leave herself open to attackin floor of Bldg. 400. Officer's wives
horseplay. equipment. Do not let them go to her home, car and in the street. planning to attend should contact
PLAY AREAS. Warn your a playground alone.If A bad sunburn can be Then the film shows what she Mrs. Ann Lavin at 3890922.
i child to stay away from you own a backyard gym set, dangerous as well as painful. could have done to prevent the Enlisted wives can plan to attend
excavations, construction sites, be sure it is free of splinters, nails Children who play too long or too attack or protect herself the lecture in the NWCA
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VA-44 ill Cecil Cecil Sports By DTC J.D. Brewster a

1. Name the first major college A
basketball team to average over
100 for Skeet TourneyAttack .
points a game a season. "--
2. Which batter holds the record -
for most strikeouts in a Squadron 81 continuedits south fields
1 10.22VA by bunting one over
NAMTDNo.
season? drive to become the first fleet BOWLINGThe
-174 No. 12 9'222Vz' cozy centerfield fence. To Ed it
3. Eight ball parks were built in squadron ever to win theCaptain's Midget's League: VA-46 APTU 725 had tape measure proportions.VC4 .
the 60s. Name the park that
Cup by edging VA-44 by
No. 2 increased their league lead CAPTAIN'S CUP bested AMD 14-6 as
has been used for football
never
97-92 in the final match of the
? to two full games over second Marshall hung on by his teeth to
intramural skeet tournament. place Operations by taking three The impending demise of CecilField's gather in the win.
4. Which active player had the
Chief Mac McDaniels fired 24 beloved VA-44 Hornetsha
a ,
from AMD Avionics. took squeaker from
highest lifetime batting averagein big points VA-87 a
pacing the 'Sunlioers1 to their Four the : permitted other activities to in extra innings. Harris
the National League at the games now separate VA-87,9-8
end of the 1969 season? ninth victory without a defeat. first and sixth place teams. Bob tighten up the standings in the bagged the win. VA-83 took the

5. Which city has held a baseball Sunliner's team captain, Lt. Locke rolled a 580 for high series Captain's Cub race. measure of AMD,5-2,as the AMD
franchise the longest? Mike Nordeen, attributed the Tuesday, and Bud Rancke had a VA.81 55Vj' 9 commences to show some signsof
6. Which team has won the victory to the consistent '233 for high game. Eighteen VA.174 53 improvement. Agvent.
most NCAA basketball championships performance of all team bowlers had 500 or better series. VA AMD.45 46 46 gathered the win.
? members. This, in addition to the Four players acheived the rare VA 37 43V* Although not as sharp in his
7. The first major league night improved performance of Lt. feat of picking up 4-10 splits. VA.83 41 previous outing. Laughlin twirled
baseball game was played in Pete Leum and repeated VA.87 41
The Midget is eager (he is an Ops to a 10-4 win over the hustling
what ?
city 38
Marines
outstanding shooting from Lt (jg)
eager beaver), ready and willingto Marines.
8. Who is the only teenage Jim May, LCdr., Bill YetterChief pit his five best bowlers NAMTD 31
player in professional basketball With AMD and VA-37 involvedin
McDaniels and WOl Jerry against another bowlers in the AVORD moved into the win
? Blocker, proved too much for the command any takers? a playoff in golf, the above column at the expense of the

ANSWERS 'sa43og: rest of the league. As a result of ,Standings: standings will take a dramatic luckless Public Works nine, 207.
their perfect season, the change. Public Works players are
{
J3MOQ 'POOM- 8H uajuadg 'g 22.10
'Sharpshooting Sunliners' added VA.46N0.2 TENNIS contratulating themselves over
'SE6t: 'HwwpiilD: 'L3AtmiY10n another prize to their rapidly Operations. 1 2012VA45NO. 20.12 Tennis will open on June 18th their feat of finally playing a full

9 growing. trophy case. Weapons ",1. 19.13 with an organizational meeting seven innings heretofore the
'9L81 33u8; uoijBjado ul .,R --.. Nis1f +R cAR Marines 19.13 scheduled at the station gym local 10-run rule has curtailed

uaaq ABI{ sqng aijj, 'oasojiQ; 'tn''sa : '9sap K .. r) S SNiTf, VA46NO VA.174 .2 18-14 16.16 commending at 10 a.m. on June their games.

;8Jld 'a;uawalO oagog 'q fII1CKfn7 VA45N02 ,, 15.17 13-19 11.Teams will consist of five men Although handicapped by the
AMD Avionics
Q;) of the rulesto
13.19 doubles. necessity 'explaining'
AMD three singles and two
uy soZ 'tumpBjs JaSpoa.t: --:-
Dental 13.19 the umpires, Harris of VA-72
'1.81i1UVm! 'spuog Xqqog 'Z; 13.19 Rosters will carry a minimum of
VA83 .
led VA-72 past VA-81 113.'Skipper'
01.61 ul awu's Jail sjuiod! Supply 12.20 three men which will enable the ,
Fox of VA-46 needed i
E'TOl "vIA llAUOSU! ( r 'I fO If fo.Y ill 1ff Food Service ".21 No. 1 and No.2 men to participatein
._-_. --- -- "' the doubles events if they late inning relief from Howard in II
.. National League: Admin desire. downing Meadows and VA-87,12-
= moved back out in front by a 6.
GOLF
HIGH QUALITY game and a half as a result of lastThursday's
Southpaw Doole of VA-174 won
Summer is
competition.The golf competition
his third of the season as
CARPET REMNANTS Hellrazors now have high scheduled to commence on June game
ZXS Hellrazors edged a
+
20. An organizational meeting
fall.
team series with a 2592 pin
will be held 9 June 13 at the surprisingly tough Dental nine, 5-
French rolled a 214 for high game a.m.
BIG DISCOUNTS]) honors, and Bailey's 544 was high Golf Club House. Team captains 3.
series. must have complete rosters and Meyers struck out nine bettersin

Slamming Sam Del Vecchio attend the meeting before their VA-45's 12-2 lacing of the
of
CHOICE FABRIC & PATTERNS
might answer the Midget's team will be granted entrance Marines.
I VARIOUS SIZES & COLORS challenge when (or if) his into the league. Those players
FIRST/ COME-FIRST/ SERVED = bowlers ever hit their stride. having no handicap should start 'Zeke' Zerillo slammed two
Standings: establishing them now with three homers in VA-81's win over VC-4,
2025 BLANDING 18-hole rounds or six 9-hole 126. Spoonmore took the win.
Admin 23.9 rounds. VA-45 laughed and walked to an
'lW.. :''MT Yn:2jUt: : ;: -r.1i \"MJ VA174NO.. 1 21'2.10'2VA72 20.12 SOFTBALL easy 19-13 win over Dental's
.' .; }) 'f. l\\ BOQ 20.12 hapless Plumbers. Woods took
Medical 1913 Laughlin of Ops struck out 16 the win.
No.2 19.13 AVORD batters as he recorded a

MOVE INTO 'The SPOILER'IMATADOU VA83 Dental 16.16 16.16 brilliantly pitched no hitter, 70. During the past week, 'only' 14
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How Does a Navy Pilot Work His Way



From Seaman to CWO-4 Ship's Clerk?? 1 \a kvT


By WO-l Sam McCrum
'Yellow Peril' failed during the hospital. This time, out came
CECIL CWO-4 Wayne Shrum 200 foot turn the plane spun in three impacted wisdom teeth.
has been a seaman twice, an on the nose and starboard wing, Then it was back to duty again. f ,+ Afi
officer twice,and became a naval rolled wing over tail several Shy two tonsils and three teeth,
aviator in between. times, and stopped upright on the Ens. Shrum tried again. The 9 y i ia
Unusual? There's more. landing gear. pressure and pain returned
CWO Shrum, assistant 'All that was left was the immediately. He was again
personnel officer here, won his fuselage with stubs where the grounded temporarily and given
wings and commission the first wings and tail assembly had been pressure chamber tests. That
time while flying with a broken (and no engine),' he said.'I was cinched it. They said he wouldn'tbe
neck. And he spent 10 months of stunned,but I felt okay except for able to fly, period.
his active duty golfing daily with cuts on my eyelids and a severe Not wanting to lose a
noted pro Jay Hebert. pain at the base of my skull.' potentially good naval officer the
A native of Woodland, Calif., he As he was to learn six months Bureau changed his designatorfrom
enlisted March 8, 1940, in San later, it was more than a severe aviation to deck and 4t
Francisco. After recruit training, pain. His neck had been broken. ordered him to Little Creek,Va., k dEnry
he served aboard the battleship for training to become an '
Idaho as a boatswain's mate Awarded Wings officer in charge of an LSM. On
striker and coxswain and was the train to Little Creek, his neck
later transferred to the cargo 'The doctor said my neck had became cramped and the pain
'
ship Arcturus where he made just been strained, they sent me came back.
BM2. to NAS Corpus Christi for Selected for Lt. (Jg)
'We had been working on deck advanced training. I graduated
and watching the planes fly over there and received my wings and At the Portsmouth Naval
when this circular letter now commission. But my neck still Hospital, it was decided that Lt. CWO Shrum with same of the rates and Insignia he has worn.
known bothered me.' (jg) Shrum (select) would haveto
as a BuPers Notice was
passed around asking for On complaining about his neck, face a physical evaluation .Golf Daily answering a lot of questions, andit
aviation volunteers. I had always Ens. Shrum was told it was board in Washington. But the They played golf almost was such a long story,' he said.
simply taking time to heal after board couldn't agree on a 'Besides, I wasn't sure I rated
wanted to fly, and the XO wantedme every day for 10 months/ at tne '
having been strained. It was decision, and he was ordered them anymore.
to apply. end of which time Lt. (jg) Shrum
BM2 Shrum applied, and it was during practice at Corpus Christi, home on temporary duty pendinga was shooting in the low 80's,
for dive bombers that the decision by the Secretary of the Funds Cut
flying
the beginning of what must be though he says his wife swears he
When the decision
one of (or two of) the most offbeat real aggrivation began. Navy. came shot in the mid 70's. 'I wish I'd
careers in Navy history. 'We went into a dive, and the through,he found himself back in kept the score cards,' he said. Meanwhile, defense funds were
: pain began building in the hospital this time at New cut so drastically that SN
up my After 10 months, the neck was
..
I ears. When it became Orleans for further apparently properly healed. He Shrum's chances of getting that
PreflightHe excruciating, I shouted to the observation. was dismissed and assigned as reserve commission back whileon
pilot through the gosport, and he 'A docotor named Moore Mooreno active duty were as remote a
Athletic officer for NAS New
was sent to NAS Norfolk for ( kidding) took x and it possibility for him as flying dive
pulled out. After that, the same rays Orleans until the end of the war
screening. 'A lot of them were thing happened on dive.' occured to him that that so called bombers again. So he went the
every when he was discharged.After
screened out there, he said. Thenit They x-rayed his neck, and the flaw in the film just might be a two years of operating his other route- one stripe at a time.
was on to the University of break showed up. But the doctors crack in my neck. He sent my x .. own small grocery store in He made PN1 while he was
Georgia at Athens for preflight.That's thought the hair thin line on the ray to his father who was at the Rodeo, Calif., he was ready to assigned to the reserve fleet at
when things began to Mayo Clinic, and his father Green Cove Springs. It was once
bone was a flaw in the film. So come back in the Navy. The
happen to the ex boatswain'smate. confirmed that neck there, and later aboard the Ft.
they took him out of dive bombersand my recruiters told him he would haveto
put him in training for definitely had been broken. return as a seaman but that he Mandan,an LSD, that he was told
'Our applications had gotten fighters. He finished the fighter 'It was too late to reset the would have his commission back that if he rated wings he should
mixed in with a platoon of program in Corpus Christi and neck, so he put me in a collar to within six months. In April of wear them ....told by a captainand
enlisted men instead of the cadet relieve the and told by a rear admiral.
pressure me ,
was sent to Lee Field near Green 1948, he slipped a blue jumperand
platoon. I wasn't too upset Cove Springs for advanced to get plenty of exercise, white hat on for the second Wings and reserve commission
because I was getting my BM2 especially swimming and golf. I notwithstanding, PN1 Shrum
fighter training in June 1943. His time. Wayne A. Shrum, ex Lt.
pay of $96 a month. Then some neck continued to bother him. had never played golf, but there (jg) and designated naval aviatorwas became PNC Shrum and WO ../"
guy squawked, and we were putin When he blacked out on a was a young Marine second assigned to the personnel Shrum the traditional way. He
the cadet platoon. My pay familiarity hop at Lee in an F47, lieutenant there with a broken leg office at as Jacksonville as a studied and worked.
dropped to $75 a month, cadet he was temporarily grounded and who wanted a golf partner., and seaman. The jaygee bars he had 'I made E .7 in May of 1956 and
pay.' he offered to teach me.' W 1 two months later. My
sent to the hospital at NAS once rated seemed a long way off.
After preflight, 20 of the men Jacksonville. That young Marine officer was 'I didn't wear my wings very warrant was backdated to July
from Athens were selected for Jay Hebert (pronounced 'a .
\, TonsilectomyThe often because I wound up (Continued on Pg. 14))
intermediate training at bear'- )...
Hutchinson, Kan., which had just problem was obviously a
opened. Cadet Shrum was amongthe pressume buildup in his ears, but r v
group. Moreover, he was they couldn't figure out what was
chosen as the first one to solo at causing it, so the doctor sliced.out SPECIAL -
the newly opened base. On that his tonsils and sent him back to
first flight, and on his sixth touch duty. Another flight, more
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In a message to the fleet, Adm. minimum the personnel career-designated third class
d' oa Thomas H. Moorer, chief of turbulence and inconveniencewhich pettyofficers withover two years
Naval Operations, discussed the always results when forcesare serving a six-monthyear
,- Navy's role in the President'scost reduced quickly. I would add obligation
'DOC' ADDS FOUR HM1 (AC) E. D. McFalls of the NAS reduction program. He also that we are, despite budget 'This will reduce the burden on
Dispensary,a 15-year Navy veteran, repeats the oath of enlistment told of both current and future limitations, continuing to first termers with families who
given by his commanding officer, Capt. Oscar Gray Jr. Doc' McFalL projects designed to aid the implement programs which will must carry out PCS orders. For
is the petty officer in charge of the physical exams center at the individual Navyman and his improve living conditions, the single Navymen, a 30 day

dispensary family. The following quotationsare education and compensation. for extension in BAQ during PCS and
excerpts from that message: our people. for up to seven days of leave has
Around Your NavyPEARL 'As those of you in the fleet are 'Recognizing the very high cost also taken effect
aware, our operational problemsare and limited availability of 'We have instituted a Navy
increased by the growing adequate civilian housing for our Services and Benefits Council
HARBOR, Hawaii ...A Pacific submarine display building
obsolencence of of people in areas, we have at fleet
has been opened at the submarine base here. Arranged in three many our many System major complexesin
units. The inactivations of older proposed a total of 87.9 million order to that
ensure personnel
sections the the and
representing past, present the future, it is filled
which contribute less to dollars for 3,500 units of housing services of all
with documents, motion pictures, models and other equipment and ships our types are as
memorabilia. mission, therefore, have been and just recently broke ground in responsive and effective as
made in helping to meet the Norfolk for the first 200 units in a possible.

LONG BEACH, Calif ....The fifth of the Navy's 'clipper-bow' tank budget cuts. This approach is program to provide motel type These councils, which will be
landing ships, USS Frederick (LST-1184) was commissioned at the necessary if we are to protect accommodations to Navymenand chaired by flag officers and
shipyard here April 11. Larger and faster than her World War II modernization of our Navy their families being include senior enlisted advisors,
predecessors, Frederick is 522 feet long, displaces more than 8,000 'In my discussions within the transferred. Another 200 units will seek continuing
tons loaded,and is capable of speeds above 20 knots. Defense Department and in my are planned for San Dugo and improvement and better
testimony before Congress, I smaller numbers for 13 major coordination of people -
SEATTLE, Wash ....It must be some kind of a record Three have stressed that our naval base areas. orientated services in such areasas
brothers are currently enrolled in NROTC at the U. of Washington modernization cannot be delayed 'We have recently obtained disbursing, legal assistance,
here. And Ronald) Robert and Stephen Rautenberg are all on the further if are to have combat approval for transportation at moving, claims services, family
Dean's list. Ronald is a senior, Robert a junior and Stephen a cabilities which can be relied government expenses for services centers" commissaries,
freshman. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Carl N. Rautenberg of upon in the future. In view of the Navymen assigned to ships being exchanges, medical facilities and
Edmonds, Wash.BREMERTON. very modern Soviety Navy, there overhauled at locations other Navy Relief activities. There will
can be no questions as to the than their home ports. This will be continuing review of these.
,Wash. ...The ocean escort USS Gray (DE-1054)) was quality of the future sea-based allow family men to make up to services to ensure to that they are
commissioned at the Puget'Sound Naval Shipyard April 4. The Gray forces which the U. S. will three trips home to see their adequate and serving the needs
is 438 feet long and displaces almost 4,100 tons loaded. require. dependents, and will reduce to of our Navy people and families'

!a f 'I am encouraged that 130 new some degree the undersirable
ships which have been authorizedand separations which too frequently Civilian
funded by the Congress will accompany overhauls
Tb {I-!( soon become a part of the quality 'Another major personnel
Navy for which we are striving. program improvement is that Promotion
'Great importance has been personnel benefits will be

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II/f : BulletinJax
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These new bulletins are
a ATTENTIONMILITARY announced to establish registersto
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fill future vacancies in the
positions shown below:
Payroll Clerk, GS-4, MPB No.
: 40.70 open continuously date of
5 1st cut was 18 April 1970.

;'" ANDCIVILIAN Computer Operator, GS 7, 9,

,,,,.'"/ ,-,// .:)i: j ::i;: May MBPB 20 NO.. Open 41-70 to all closing career date or
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F all Navy & Marine Corps
..AS YOUR ) ii activities on the eastern
PATIO seaboard.
Medical Technician, GS 6,
LU.R R&RREPRESENTATIVE MPB No. .
42 70
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FA CPa -# .... .'','. conditional employees of Naval
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4747 San Juan Avenue. RATE! Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 NAS: 'THE SANDPEBBLES' drama starring Peter Fonda and''

Jacksonville Florida Color drama starring Steve Dennis Hopper. R E ((94 mins.)
McQueen and Richard 'HELGA'WEDNESDAY
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HUSTLERS' -- Color action
,' EMPLOYMENT: \ ; RIVERVIEW MOBILE HOME PARK: 1941 9 PASSENGER NAS: 'THE BRUTE AND THE
:: For Rent Riverfront mobile home drama starring Jim Davis and
spaces for people who care. Quiet, Buick Sta.Wag.,Good for fishing and Scott Brady. M. G ((96 mins.) BEAST' -Color western starring
large shaded lots, with large patios, surfing. $150. 771.4644. Franco Nero and George Hilton.M .
paved streets, excellent drinking mins.
G ((88 )
SERVICE WIVES
water & no mosquitoes. Free
CLERICALJOBSOF ALL KINDS dockage. Adults only. 12 miles So.boat of 64 CHEVELLE STA. WAG. FRIDAY MAY I HOSPITAL: 'EASY RIDER'

Jobflnders-1372! Cassat 387-5626 or 1022 NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek. 71,000 miles, AT, AC, Radio and \jZi/ '
Park Street, 3547888. Ph. ((904)) 2843369. Green Cove Heater, One owner, 781.1867. NAS: 'RASCAL' Color -

Springs. comedy drama starring Steve

SALESLADY Forest and Bill Mumy. G E ((85
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Personable. Apply in person. The 1969 Firebird, 350 cu. In. V.8, 4 spd.,
Gallery Roosevelt Mall. ( Mobile Home Park) /4Mlle PS,8. many other extras. Call 264.5906 HOSPITAL: 'THE ROAD ""
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near after 6 p.m. HUSTLERS'
schools and Shopping center. Clean,
WOULD YOU HIRE YOU? and reasonable rates. Manager on
Would you like an opportunity to earn premises. Children and pets 64 BUICK LE SABRE WAGONAC SATURDAY MAY 2
$15,000 or more per year in your own welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3846264. PS, AT, New tires, excellent

business? running condition. $650. 388-0306. NAS: 'THE MAD WOMAN OFCHAILLOT'
Ninety per cent of the big money
makers In this country are self I, .. Color drama --

employed. They put up the money, i\ijr\; :;\;:;\\: (REAt. ,:::.ESTATE: ::nTt:i;: t I 1969 MOHAVE 350 starring Katherine Hepburn, '.: ..
take the risks, and reap the profits. If Under 1400 miles, like new, excellent Charles Boyer and Danny Kay. G -
you would like an opportunity to loin condition, will sell at $300. Call 772- >
G ((132 mins.)
this select group we have the answer. 8819 anytime. :... .
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We have engineered a sound, high FOR SALE OR RENT HOSPITAL: 'RASCAL'SUNDAYMAY3 7"
profit program so that virtually all RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for =
risk Is eliminated .... All but the risk equity let rent home.your 1948 NORTON RANGER 'jW HfixxtoK onuunto wit toHUwt
or
you take by hiring yourself. For REPORTING us IN. Call your or drop by for 750cc 800 miles on top-end, rebuilt, WHO DotWT JVNPC*)tXMP IN6UV I 11 I Iu'Pi *
complete details Call 3881595.MISCELLANEOUS. excellent cond. $895. 7863496.
map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor
Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. NAS: 'TOPAZ' -. Color r----------.
Hitchcock film starring I I PHONE 11.81'. I

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TVANNOUNCERRecorded available. Excellent fishing, boating, I '1J 1240.1281 KING TjACKtONVILLK. .
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also, MAY 4 FLA. 32204WANTED
message by leading an. permanent home area. High, wooded I
tells how. Call hour. lots. E.Z Terms. One mile E.
nouncer you any Lake NAS: 'HELGA' .. Color -I I
3552944. Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992.

documentary with a : USED CAMERAS AND :
documentary cast. R G ((87 !
AUTO AIR.COND. SERVICEWe MURRAY HILL EQUIPMENT. WE PAY
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also service and repair window Nice 3 BR, 2 B, Kitchen equipped, TOP DOLLAR 388-8535

and central units.T'ler's Heating. &Air Cond. see.small down and FHA terms. Call to HOSPITAL: 'TOPAZ' !'BRING THIS AD WITH YOU t.tulUlUUl".II1.II. t.-

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Palmer ( ) Ed C. Phillips, Realtor

388.5161 387.2503 .. ........_...._..... .. ...
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NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS
OAK HILL PARK
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape For Sale By Owner i cV .lfh.
players. At dealers cost to liquidate 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with built In
stock. Full warrantyl Phone 7710409. Kitchen .
dining
family room WYI
VOLKSWAGEN INC. vtYI'
combined. Has central heat and an air ,
conditioner, utility room, carport and Take stock in AmericaBuy
FREIGHT DISCOUNT fenced back yard. Equity and assume
Brand New, Slightly Scratched 5'/4 percent FHA mortgage. 7939 VolvoSt. U.S. Savings Bonds
Universal ZIg-Zag Sewing Machine, ., 7719466. SELLING USED CARSWITH
S42. Credenza Stereo Console $86.
Underwood Typewriter (Used) $15.
Cash or terms. Call day or night 353. THAT GOOD EARTH
1946. Ask for Mr. Joseph. Free home Lot 100 x 200 fenced, Nice masonry, 3 A
trial and delivery. No obligation. A.1 BR, l'/j B., Fla. room,cony. Cecil and I il
Warehouse, 1606 Main Street. Mainside, small down. FHA terms.

Call now.Ed C. Realtor
Phillips
387-2503 Barber (to new helper): 1007. GUARANTEE
GEORGE'S KENNELS "Here comes a man for ahave.
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand "
delivery Est. 1925. Poodle .:...: . ........ .
; Helper: "Let me practice on
J0'
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 ; RENTALS him." ..
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and
Edgewood) 3890064. Barber: "All right, bat beearefuJ.don't ,
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cut yourself.
2BR.APT. FURNISHED
Orange Park 5 mins. to NAS Will rent
TAD personnel or bachelors. TV &
LIVE CRABS and FRESH FISHWillford's linens optional. 264-6884. City girl: "What is that animal !-
Fish
Camp 2649707. "
over there?

Farmer: "That's a Jerseycow. S..
WIL-MARAPTS. ."

2 Riders, Indianapolis WANTED & Points In 2 Br., LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., City girl: "How can you tell
route. Depart May 21. 7812385. Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off when it has no license plate?"
street. Water, Garbage & Sewage
Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus J$750
tax) 3872541. Nights & weekends 389-
SPECIAL THIS WEEKI 0744.
Your choice of one of our new
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you have to do to obtain one Is come toRayfleld's RENT 18.60TRAIN
FOR
6437 Wilson Blvd. & buy &UP
Center of Orange Park Completely NOW FOR
one of our 4 drawer desks for It. Cashor
772.2851 2852.TRANPORTAT1OH .
terms. Ph. 171.9106.WURLITZER redecorated, Phone: or CIVIL SERVICE EXAMSNo

Exper.,No High School


with music stool.SPINETT Assume payments.Call PIANO f:; / : :. ]! POSTAL starting pay CLERK Is % Many More: To ,1::

264-6103 after 5 p.m. !

$306HR.', Choose From! .

WANTEDYoung AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast u. S. Clerks File Clerk .
woman to live In and care for 2 and West Coast- 353-3691. plus
children during the week. Free room 100's of other types of lobs
and board In exchange for caring for We finance your training
children. Lg. home, 2 Bath, no house Keep present Job While training
work Involved. 733.4639 after 5. 55T-BIRD I KEY TRAINING
Excellent cond., New top, new
r upholstery, new tires, mag. wheels, 110 W. FORSYTH ST. .. .
f $2195. Ph. 744-3953 after 5. Call now ((24 hours) '
MOI .rEHOMESJUST'SS
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Applications being Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday I to 6
67 COUGAR accepted now!
TRAILER PARK Vinyl hard top, factory air, AT, PS.

t 1 Qtr. Mile No.!!:of NAS, clean:..._J.modern "PB","Call" "Cecil..,."Ex.'..J-06.63...or....264.2009...............;:.';' :"'n.n'.._...__, \-. '!!!. Je!'! 'r '1 JI.' :"'I'S' ,..............ii.-.....



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,g a I F NATTC : Behind The Scene I



By SN Pat Williams

AE1 Donald S. Caswell exceptionally effective team that The NATTC MATSG (formerly
received a Navy CommendationMedal played a vital role in meeting MAD) Basketball Team gatheredin
Friday for performing squadron commitments. Ills men the conference room of Bldg.
) : duties 'in keeping with the consistently performed in an 500 April 22 and received
r highest tradition of the naval outstanding manner despite trophies for winning the
service.' arduous and hazardous working NATTC basketball
AE1 Caswell is a student going conditions.' championship. The trophies were
through the AE 'B' School. He The petty officer has served 4 presented by Captain Kennedy.
earned his award while he was years, is married and has two In the last game of the season,
; ; electrical branch supervisor with children.He played at King Hall, they beat out
j VA-144 aboard the USS Bon also has earned the Armed Bks. 545A, 78 to 68.

Homme Richard. Forces Expeditionary, Vietnam The team with 10 wins and only
The citation accompanying the Service and Vietnam Campaign
one loss is made up of AE and AO
xAx4, medal read In part 'from April 18 Medals. School students. It is coached by
to Oct. 8, 1969 during combat
NATTC Civilian CommendedMrs. Rich Dobler, and Mike Brannanis
operations ....Petty Officer
LCpl. John Roso, AE (AI) School graduate, the captain.
receives a meritorious mast Friday from LtCol R. P. Eckmann, MAD Caswell through insight, Eileen F. Cairel, GS-3, of MATSG played one game
commanding officer. LCpl. Roso was cited for his outstanding work as knowledge and a willingness to NATTC's Military Personnel against the Naval Hospital Team,
assistant drill team commander while keeping up an above average work unusually long hours, Office received, a letter of which was NAS champs. In the
4.. score In AE school.. molded his men into an commendation Monday, for the game with MATSG, the Marine
job she did in taking over the team won 87 to 74.

. Pilot to Seaman to CWO duties month.of her supervisor for one


(Continued from Page 11)) personnel officer. After carrier duty and plans to retire on 30. The Mrs. Cairel's supervisor, AE Chiefs ShipsA
duty, he was ordered to the staffof Navy and fate, apparently Maggie Johnson, GS 4, becameill
1954 because of previous Heavy Attack Wing One at has sent him time and again backto in early March and had to be
former Chief of the
commissioned service, and my Sanford under Capt. Joe Tully. the Jacksonville area duringhis hospitalized. Mrs. Cairel, who Leading
time as W 1 was cut from three Then it was three years at career (he worked in the very has worked in NATTC less than AE School shipped over last
week. AEC Richard L. Rowe
years to one.' NATTC Jacksonville as office he is now helping three years, took over and ,
who sat behind the LCPO desk
Under the old warrant personnel and education officer. supervise when he was at Cecil in managed Mrs. Johnson's desk in
program, he said, it was three Back to carrier duty, this time 1950 as a PN2)), and here he plansto addition to her own. from 1964 to 1967, extended his
six -and six; three years as W -1 ,aboard the Mayport based stay. In reference to the type of job Navy career by another three
and six years each as CWO-2 and Saratoga as ship's secretary, he And flying? He still wears the she did, her commendation says years.
CWO -3. Now it's two four and was againworking for Capt. wings, but he doesn't fly 'you assumed the duties of Headof This was Chief Rowe's fourth
four. Tulley.'I 'I'm still strong on athletics (he the Personnel Accounting reenlistment in his 19 years of
After making warrant while on served two tours under Capt. shot an 82 the other day) but I Section ... displayed outstanding service.He .
(he staff at Naval Support Tulley andneveronce got chewedout. haven't flown in more than 20 initiative and perserverance in reported from VA-15 at
Activity Naples, Italy, he was Anyone who knows Capt. years. I wish I could have stayedin the timely completion of all Cecil Field in January of this
sent to the Norfolk Receiving Tulleyknowsthatthat, in itself, is the program. Several of my requirements for your selection. year to become an AE 'A' School
Slat ion as athletic and recreation an accomplishment.' cadet classmates are Your superb performance during instructor.
officer where he reorganized After a subsequent tour in VA- commanders now.' this period reflects the effort you
athletics and coached his teams 174 for a year followed by courier Of all the uniforms, bars, and pi't forth in learning all the facetsof AECS Stanley R. Smith, who is
into the command trophy his duty out of Naples again, he was insignia he has wornwhich one is your section.' on his second tour of duty at
third year there. From Norfolk ordered to Cecil as assistant he proudest of? NATTC, also reenlisted last
ho went to Pensacola based personnel officer. 'The white. I've worn it twice.' week.
(raining carrier Antietam as CWO Shrum has 28 years active 'And of course, the wings.' Chief Smith took the oath for
six more years, after which he
1w will be about ready to retire, he
1.t i says, having been in for 23 years
Visit I already.He .

has been a senior instructorat
the AE 'A' School since
reporting here from VA-34 at
theColonel Cecil Field in October 1967. Chief
.
: Smith went to school here once
e : ,
himself; he was in AE 'B' Schoolin
1952.
I

Welcome to Frank Carnley
Jr., his wife, Billie, and their son.
a GS-11 started work at
Carnley, a
"Now yeur first week of basic >> -
Take training will be spent right AO School Monday as an
a bucketS K Education Specialist. He comes
"
K Y4: ,, here. from Ft. Rucker, Ala. This is his

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I d'' Family Protection Plan Helps





Retirees Protect SAMPLE Their Family


WASHINGTON D. C. .... The Monthly Cost equals $22.39
retired pay a serviceman or Sample No.2: Option II
Assume Rate E .7 Years of
: : ,
servicewoman collects after coverage for child
retirement does not Service: 20; At Retirement: Coverage: 50 percent of
automatically continue to be paidto Member's Age: 40; Wife's Age: Retired Pay equals $139.95

) his family if he dies. 38; Youngset Child's Age: 6 Cost per dollar equals $.03

? t'I < Retired or retainer pay to Active Pay: $559.80; Monthly Cost equals $4.20

survivors will only go to those Retired Pay: $279.90 Sample No.3: Option III
who have signed up for RSFPP. Sample No.1: Option I coverage for wife and or child
%
for wife
What's RSFPP That's the coverage Coverage: 50 percent of
j Coverage: 50 percent of Retired
Retired Serviceman's Family pay equals $139.95

ANOTHER FOUR- TD1 W. B. Barnhill of FAETU takes the oath of Protection Plan a voluntary Retired Cost per Pay dollar equals of$139.95 coverage Cost per dollar equals $.16

enlistment from Cdr. W. E. Miller,QIC of FAETU,as he ships over for program you have to sign up for 1.16 Monthly Cost equals $22.39
time before the end of
any your
another four years of naval service. .
19th year of service creditable for r --: -7'; -,

Budget Plan Book AvailableWASHINGTON pay purposes ((18 years 11 ")" ',' '" ,
months 29 days).
You can enroll after the end of

....The U. S. Called 'A Guide to Budgetingfor the 19th year of creditable

I v Government Printing Office, the Family,' the bookletwas service, but in that case,
Washington, D. C. 20402, has prepared by the Agricultural protection goes into effect on the
available a long popular and Research Service of the U. S. first day you are granted retired

now newly revised publicationthat Department of Agriculture. It pay only if at least two years

can be of help to any family costs 10 cents per copy.A have elapsed between that date v N eX ,QRar3
that feels a plan for spending a and your enrollment date.

budget can be helpful in There is no comparable term
reaching its financial goals. budget can help cut out annuity plan available from w 11l
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"" and the
inefficient
spending give kfis t
a
private firms for the retiring'
for its the
family more money,
FRIENDLYRELAXED&QUIETATMOSPHERE serviceman. In general, if you
but is
booklet states, planning
were to seek a term insurance
in its preparation and
required
,
iiimiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiii policy from a commercial firm at
it takes determinationand
following t
of retirement ;
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR cooperation from the entire your age ,
CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. premiums would be so high as to
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, family. make the cost of coverage
CHURCHES AND prohibitive.About .

..............SHOPPING................................. The guide can help a family 16 percent of those

Mr. & Mrs. Payton Watson, adapt a budget to its need and its retiring now sign up; although
771.6666 income. It tells how to developand many more could probably

Take 103rd to Firestone follow a spending plan and benefit from the program. Thereare
Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks includes sample forms that have various options available
Past Forrest High .school. been found to be helpful. It also and you can tailor them to meet

gives basic information about your special needs that is, how CAREER CHIEF CONTINUES CAREER .. VP-16 Career
OLONIALFOREST how to use consumer credit much you want to provide what counselor, Chief F. W. Evans, takes his fourth enlistment oath as
wisely. you think you can afford. administered by Lt. Mike Field. Contrary to popular belief the chief

s You can change your electionof did not award himself a $20,000 bonus. However, it is rumored that he

The last of the 14 pages is a list benefits, prior to your did get himself a new speedboat (for Navy recruiting purposes only).

of other USDA publications whichcan retirement, in case of a change in
5928 FIRESTONE ROAD help the family get more marital status such as death of

,r return for its money. spouse, divorce, or remarriage.
t k.. For details and advice on the WWU5/K/ PRICES TO ALL!

111 Family Protection Plan, see your ::
Career Counselor or Personnel

Officer. The program is also NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
I discussed in NavPers pamphlet NEW & USED TV SETS
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,,.; From the BOOK SHELF







Books Reviewed: The Pueblo probes of each major attack. Into
Incident by RAdm. Daniel V. this battleground sailed the HMS
Gallery, USN (Ret.) To Risks THISTLE and her commandingofficer
Unknown by Douglas Reeman John Crispin. This is the
story of the Thistle and the 80
Reviewed by: Sharon Arnold, men of her crew who when the
Cecil Field, Library Staff chips were down, the amateurs
became the professionals. As

Admiral Gallery served 43 always, Douglas Reeman has
L years in the navy and was the come forth with an exciting storyof
Commander of the USS the sea, and the ships and men
Guadalcanal when it captured a who sail her waters
4a3 tl V pRl German submarine in June 1944,
: F: : eV E l the only warship captured at sea
& by the U. S. Navy since 1815. Top Quality Work
He has written many humorous
J Rgd7 1 4 v t'k
books about the Navy but THE
+ +<# PUEBLO INCIDENT is in a very Has Its Rewards

serious vein. He connects the ...
Pueblo affair with the decay of Jax-During the past year the
national character and discussesit commanding officer rewarded 82

NEW MASTER CHIEF Louis C. Parks of ComFalrJax Supply Department has the twin stars of in a different light than that of employees for their sustained
master chief pinned on by his wife, Eleanorand Capt.S. D. Wright, chief of staff, Com Fair Jax. Chief the news media. high quality job performanceswith
Parks was promoted to Master Chief Storekeeper April 17. Although he writes with quality increases.
compassion and sympathy for the This one step within grade
crew of the Pueblo, he did not increase of pay for classified
Experts Offer Hints to Cut approve of the passive surrenderof employees recognizes
the ship. He is particularly performance of high productivityabove
eloquent in the section where he that ordinarily found in
Costs of Medical discusses the Code of Conduct for their types of positions.The .
TreatmentMedical
members of the Armed Forces of commanding officer,
the U. S, He has some good NAVAIREWORKFAC, gave
care costs have risenso You can then put in your realize that house calls are not concrete suggestions in this area. similar recognition for improved
dramatically over the past complaint, and the details, in only expensive but less efficient. This is a timely and interesting efficiency and economy to 38
decade that the cost of even writing, and send them to the Without his office equipment and book. employees during 1969, and the
staying healthy today can be high grievance committee of the local his trained staff, your physician Another author who writes Commanding Officer,U.S. Naval
for a family that manages to county medical society in your cannot perform a thorough excellent books of the sea is Hospital recognized 24
avoid serious illness or injury. county. Any physician can give examination. But he can provide Douglas Reeman. His latest, TO employees. Fourteen employees '
Pregnant women enteringone you the address. The committeewill better care sooner and at less RISKS UNKNOWN, is a fast of COMFAIRJAX, seven NARTU
typical East coast hospital consider your complaint and expense in his office. moving novel of high adventure, employees, and employees of
might expect to receive a hospitalbill possibly ask you to appear before Keep abreast, of the health care This story takes place in the DVCC, FICEUR, FAETULANT,
of over $500 along with their it. costs in your community and Mediterranean, in 1943, when the and the U. S. Commissary Stores
babies a sharp increase over Try to own as much health make certain that your health Allies had started an all-out effortto were also rewarded with quality
the past decade.An insurance as you can afford. But insurance benefits are on a level carry the war to the enemy's increases.
appendectomy patient can if you have to choose at least with these average costs. territory. From captured bases
expect to lose not only his protect yourself against the Don't abuse your health and makeshift harbours in North
appendix but more than $750. catastrophic expenses of a insurance. Do not demand Africa, the men of the Navy's I uuawEvcs I
Neither of these bills include serious illness. hospitalization merely because Special Force were to be the
fees for the surgeon, Except for genuine your policy covers it-for routine
anestheseologist or gynecologist.In emergencies, go to the doctor's diagnostic procedures that could .-l
an age where inflation has office when illness, strikes. be handled on an outpatientbasis. .
been boosting every year, Simple as this sounds, few people We loana
hospital costs have risen 117
percent between 1958 and 1968,
nearly six times as much as over

all Still consumer, the prices.individual can A MAN SIZE MEAL FOR 87$. milliondollars

exercise some control over his

personal medical expenses. WHO SAYS THE DOLLAR
Here is a list of suggestions
prepared by the Health
Insurance Institute to assist the DOESNT IUY MUCH
average American in search of
ways to hold down medical costs: ANYMORE!
?f{
Always discuss the doctor'sfee day
with him. Fees are not everyWhen
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inflexible, and physicians
frequently adjust their charges to /1 lu fted TIC
meet your financial situation. It's you're big enough to loan that much

most important, though to ; "Ceke" every day, you're big enough to say "yes"to
discuss fees at your first meeting. almost any money need. So, if you need
Waiting until after you receivethe money for car repairs, house repairs, or if
mistake. If
bill is usually a
is you want to make your leave a real vacation,
decide medical fee
you a
unreasonable after service has li MK Our FlMtllIrowi come to Aetna.

been provided, the first step is to 611rIei You see, we realize that people need moneyfor
negotiate directly with the many different reasons. And we like to

doctor; Frits help whenever we can. So, if you need cash,
What if do not get
satisfaction? you whatever the reason, stop by, or call.'AETNA .


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JIX Itwltrs SfthuIl


Holding Second StoldillgSAmerican

Jax The Jax Navy bowling
team was in second place
following the completion of the
first round in the Sixth Naval WL
District Bowling Tournament at Numba 10 3 0

Key West Monday.Led FAETU 3 0
by J.G.Norcross,who is in VP-45 3 0
fifth place in the individual Admed 2 1

standings,Jax Navy has a total of FWF 12
5333 pins. Norcross has a total of FICEUR \ 1 2
1124 in the six games for an MAD 0 3
average. Mets 0 3

Jax Navy has also placed theN GEM 0 3
leader in the women's division v

with M. A. O'Donnell rolling the National
W L ALL NAS CAGE CHAMPS A. The Naval Hospital basketball team displays their first place gold
of 189.
high single
The tournament game will be Hospital 2 0 after winning the league and playoff championships in the 1970 cage season. Left to right above are:

concluded with an awards 679th 2 0 Capt. Lewis, CO of Hospital, Lt. Elgart, SKSN Ruskaup, HM3 Freeby, HN Max, HM2 Penn, player.
banquet Thursday with the AirOps 2 0 coach Dr. Ruess, HN Piskun, HM1 Shirley, HM3 Durkin, HM3 Holt. Not present for photo were: HM3
2 0 Burton, HM2 Sumicek, Dr. Ward and Dr. Dorr.
winning team advancing to the Weapons
Southeast Regionals at Little VP-16 1 1

Creek, Va. May 4.8e VW-4 1 1
NARTU 1 1

Ladies Bowling League ComFairJax 0 2 NUMBER ONE,.. Sgt. Richard
A-C Maint 0 2 Dobler, MAD admin clerk,
Looking for KeglersJax MARTD 0 2 presents the NATTC First Place

Trophy to LtCol R. P. Eckmann,
The NAS Ladies
A MAD commander, Tuesday. Sgt.
Invitational Summer Bowling Monday coached the MAD
Dobler
League will begin competition Numba 10 8, FICEUR 7 basketball team, which caught #

Friday, May 1, at 7:15: p.m. in the AETU 5, FWF 4 first place in the NATTC
Admed 6, Mets 4
NAS Bowling Lanes. basketball intramurals. The
All ladies interested in taking NATTC 8, GEM 4 team is composed of students
in the which VP-45, MAD 0
part summer league, from AE and AO schools. .
will meet every Friday night
until September, are asked to call Correction from last week's 4
264-2309 or 7713750. scores: Numba 10 5, Mets 2. Bean Bowl

Annapolis, Md. -There's more
MONTHLY SPECIALI! at stake than personal pride and
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SHRIMP or CHICKENALL OOI Saturday's Blue-Gold intra-squad
A 1 ITEWALLS football scrimmage in Navy

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For Only.$1.19 1r'99 I I I Stadium.Appetite will also play hidden

Includes French Fries role. The winners of the spring
Cole Slaw & Rolls 1, I game will, it has been announced,
NAT RIPA01 w.NANnNN Yw IY4 will eat steak at the postgamemeal
AwA4N, and the losers will! be served

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Don't misunderstand. We still urge you to "Never

borrow money needlessly." But after 92 years we know Right now you're only 10 mi inutes
that people have very good and real reasons for needing' away

to borrow. And we'll help when it's a matter of paying
from Jacksonville's biggest rtment
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HOUSEHOLD FINANCE 0 With congenial young neighbors to v N I RENTING HOURS:
:i. help enjoy them. 0 All only one block from .. .w Mon.Thru Sat.:8:30-6:30: : ; Sun. 1.6:30:
golf and an elementary school-with other 1 1 DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt Blvd.,
schools, shopping centers and boating minutes 1 e turn right on San Juan-Continue past
25 West Forsyth St.-Ph ne: 355-9683 away. You can get to Cecil Field or the yl Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
.__ Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown -turn left to apartments.
Jacksonville in 15. O Apartments have individually ?w ,
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Cedar Hills Shopping Center controlled heating and air condition.

3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 ing, carpeting, draperies, and sliding glass s q'/ ARLEN
door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can
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Furnished or unfurnished. $ c WOODCOUNTRY
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track and field show Tuesday to NARTU, 2:16.6: ; Don Jenkins, ; .. Factory Air, Power
win the NAS Track and Field ADMIN, 2:20.6.: Steering, R&H, WW Tires.68CHEVROLET .
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Meet with 4U points while :, f ; I
NARTU finished runner-up with Mile: Jim Swisher, NARTU, ra
354 points.The Marine Barracks 5:04.8: ; Don Jenkins, ADMIN, ::,:
finished third with 24Vi points.NARTU's 5:13.0.: .'t R : Wri $1395
Jim Swisher ,
set the _
only new record of the meet witha High Jump: David Garibay,
5:04.8: in the mile. MAD, 5-10; Robin Callan, : .2.Door Sedan, 283, V4,
Top finishers in each event: FICEUR, 5-8; Larry Coker, Auto trans., Factory Air,
MAR.BAR., 5-8. I R&H, WW Tires.
100 yard: Greg Branch, MAD, '"
10.6; Gary Hart, MAD, 11.1. Broad Jump: Jim Grover, I
NARTU, 19-6; Tom
220 yard: Gary Hart, MAD, Hickinbotham,MAR.BAR.,17.11. VALIANT $1295V.100,2Dr.Sedan
24.6; Greg Branch, MAD, 24.8. Shot Put: Ronald Johnson, _
440 yard: Jim Swisher, MAD, 46-2 y4; Jim Grover,
NARTU, 57.5; Don Davison, NARTU, 42-2 % 6, Cyl.,
MAD, 58.5. Standard trans., R&H, WW
Pole Vault: Tom Hickin-
botham, MAR. BAR., 11';. Mike 9 M m Tires.
Kelly, MAR. BAR. '
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