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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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VOL. 21 NO. 7 U. S. KAVAL A1K JTAT/OH, JACK SOW V/LLf./ FLORIDA MAY 7, If70 .:,

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The annual USO Pal Day will be held at _

Jacksonville Beach, Saturday, May 9, at which time _

military men and women and their families will be'

guests of the USO Council of the Beaches.

The activities start at 9 a.m. and will continue until 4

p.m. with free food and cold drinks at the Beaches USO \

Club and free rides at Griffin' Amusement Park. There

will also be free pony rides for the children adjacent( to

the USO Club from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The serviceman's uniform will be his ticket for all the

activities. Dependents t be accompanied by the man

in uniform. Those wives whose husbands are deployedor ., kYiA L'

have duty must apply at the Jacksonville Beach USO tl e h. 4 S4f ; A, p M j k t

Club. for admission badges.
Hundreds of people and civic organizations will be

contributing to the success of Pal Day, according to

Mrs. Mattie Harris, chairman of the food committee.She .

pointed out that most of the beaches organizationswill r' 1i'0( .,' q ,,( !, '"'.."' 'FA.o., ,Ar)},'.",.'rht...,,",".'"., Vn,,.. 4"" MA't': "f,..!1'.
be participating either through donations of food or !:*''''''''''J 'J '*;a., '"' ." *iIf..it,, .I':'\; I""';. t ''l..: !ojyJ,' ,>ifii'fit';.wk';11 ,1.t'U'" '" _

time. FLEET AIR JACKSONVILLE ARRIVING .. flying with Cecil Field's Attack Squadron 45
shortly
On hand to at the USO will be
greet guests city RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., salutes flight deck after assuming his COMFAIRJAX duties.
officials, armed forces' dignitaries, Brigadier Emil personnel of the USS Saratoga after flying his TA. One of a few flag officers currently |let qualified,
Miller, director of the USO activities for Northeast 4F Skyhawk aboard (inset) Monday off the Fonda Admiral Heyworth feels 'It's necessary if I'm goingto

Florida, Franklin Chambers, president of the Beaches coast. keep abreast of the challenges and problems our'
The Fleet Air Jacksonville commander began young naval aviators face every day. '
USO Council, plus other members of the committee and

representatives: of .civic and ,service organizations. 1"r'" '

Last year the event drew a crowd estimated in excessof 'i
Annual Relief Drive Gives
program.8,000. This will be the 10th consecutive year for the Navy




1, All a Chance to Help a ShipmateJax

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i 1 Want to help a fellow During the 1969 calendar year, 1,311 personnel in gratuities and
i 1i r ..! Navyman or Marine or possibly 126 Navy Relief volunteers loans.
2 yourself oc family in case of a chalked up more than 26,700
... Worldwide, the Navy Relief
4 "'- crisis? hours interviewers
serving as ,
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:.. aided 49,291 Navy and Marine
The annual Navy Relief Society receptionists, and layette personnel and their families in
campaign to raise funds to workers.
I alleviating hardships'and
'a support its local and worldwide Gratuities, or outright gifts, last
operations gives you that and loans to Navy and Marine meeting emergencies year.
ii.v''s opportunity.Once Corps personnel faced with 'Other officers of the local
each year Navy Relief financial crise form a large partof auxiliary include Capt. H. 0.
conducts a publicity and fund the auxiliary's operation. Cutler, executive vice -
raising drive throughout the During 1969, more than $107,600was president; and Cdr. H. H. Smith,
Navy and Marine Corps. The made available locally to treasurer.
effort is designed to let men and

r. J y women in the sea services know
what Navy Relief can do for themin I

time of crisis as well as giving "

,. J them a chance to help the Navy
and Marine Corps 'Take Care of COMMAND" PLIIT AIR' JACKSONVILLE
A02 Davis receives
medal from Capt. Kennedy .
Their Own.' eox 14 U S NAVAL AIM' STATION
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Capt.E.A. Grinstead, NAS Jax VACAeerV'I.LI rUMIlOA Mill
NATTC OrdnancemanCited MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT.JACKSONVILLE AUXILIARY,
supply officer, will head thisyear's NAVY RELIEF SOCIETY
voluntary fund drive, :"
which began Monday in supportof
for Vietnam DutyJax 'the Society. The localAuxiliary's The Navy Relief Society wt born ilxty-ilx yean ago
area includes NAS Since then, it has been the Navy's own organization for aiding
Navy and Marine Corp. personnel and their families who find
A NATTC student was medal read in part: Jax, NAS Cecil Field, themselves In distressing situations
presented the Navy 'Disregarding his own safety, he NAS O1ynco, Ga.,and the Naval
Commendation Medal in a exhibited exemplary initiative as Training Center at Orlando. The Navy Relief Society U unique. It It not funded by appropriated -
funds, is it Defense ,
nor a Department Agency Instead
Friday in the office of in RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth
ceremony he fired his machine gun the Society is supported solely by income from a reserve fund and
Capt. J. E. Kennedy, CO of the support of friendly forces. In Jr., commander Fleet Air by voluntary contributions from service personnel and civilian
school. addition, he was i instrumental in Jacksonville, is president of the friends of the Naval service
A02 Charles L. Davis, a maintaining the high state of Jax Auxiliary. As in the past, the
As president of one of the 11fty-three Navy Relief Auxiliaries
student at AO 'B' School, was combat readiness of his aircraft. dates of the campaign coincide I would heartily welcome your joining me in supporting this year's
cited for his work while stationed Petty Officer Davis' courage with the anniversaries of the Navy Relief Fund Raising Drive, May 4 June 6, 1970.
with Helicopter Attack (Light) under fire, devotion to duty and Navy Marine Corps sea and air
of Coral Sea and I strongly believe that our wholehearted and generous
Squadron Three in Vietnam in professionalism significantly battles Midway.
support will be In the best interest of the Naval service
1968. contributed to the success of May 4 through June 6.
As an aerial gunner he Operation Sea Lords and was in Discussing the local auxiliary's
participated in 43 combat keeping with the highest worthwhile efforts during the

missions involving scrambles in traditions of the United States past year, retired Capt. ShermanE. e orh.
support of river patrol boats, Navy.' Wright, executive secretary, Rca Admiral
Navy SEAL teams and mobile He has been a student a NATTC pointed out that the majority of U.S. Navy
riverine forces. since April after reporting from the work done in the local area is
The citation accompanying theft VP 9. carried out by volunteers.

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Let Freedom LiveBy 'I' Jt1Jt1WffYttfttCed: :


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Cdr. Giles Morrill, CIIC t /


Freedom is a most precious gift, which must be carefully cultivatedif '"''.. ,,, ....." ......"_,...""w.o ._."..'..".,...M4 v .,'.
it is to survive. We all tend to take for granted our personal

freedoms. But,occasionally, selfishness in our nature can urge us to !
limit the freedom of others when we don't like their ideas. Granted, it t1j.: CATHOLICNAVAL

is hard to listen to and consider opinions we dislike, but we must, if
democracy is a valid way of life. AIR STATION
God made us Free! This is a fundamental belief of CHristians. We + Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
are free to do good, or free to do evil or sin. To be human is to be free. Sunday Mass11:00: A.M.

We are a notch above the animals who cannot sin, because they are not Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.

free. Saturday Confessions .
God tells us what is right in His Ten Commandments, but He leavesus .* ra r fi 10:30: -11:30: A.M.
completely free to do right or wrong. lie says, 'Thou shalt not steal',
but he does not hold back the thieving hand. NAVAL HOSPITAL

Our basic freedom is freedom of conscience, which in our society il is Sunday Mass 8 A.M.

developed into freedom of religion, speech, assembly, press anc

politics.Our NATTC
freedom is not absolute, but it is limited by the common good o: r'z:\_, t Sunday Mass 930A.M.-
society and the rights of our fellowman.In .
Bldg. 500
MARINE REENLISTS Marine Sgt. George R. Townsend of
the early days of Christianity, Christians understood and enjoyed
Marine Barracks reenlisted for three more Mal. Lavin,
years.
their freedom and extended it to others. Centuries later when
,
,
commanding officer of Marine Barracks administered the oath to the PROTESTANTNAVAL
Christians became too institutionalized Catholics and Protestants
,
three-year veteran who is Corporal of the Guard.
denied ,freedom to each other and waged bloody religious wars.
Eventually both sides recognized the hypocrisy and scandal of HOSPITAL
Christians killing each other in the name of the Prince of Peace.As 1 Sunday Worship10 A.M.

the age of Aquarius dawns, happily most Christians in our NAVAL AIR STATION
country love their freedom and respect the freedom of others. je&jrQi Sunday

However, we have seen recently some flagrant abuses of freedom. Holy Communion 8:30:
There have been denials of civil rights, destruction to private and A.M. Bldg. 750

public buildings, contempt for our judicial system, and attacks on the Church School (all ages)
personal dignity and safety of our elected officials. These abuses have The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different A.M.
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves week-day meals as follows:
been perpetuated by a small group of extremists.As breakfast '.m. to 7:30 a.m.; dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to Junior Church (Nursery-
a result of these abuses of freedom, we feel a valid revulsion and 5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. SSI, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 ..m.; grade 6)) 10 A.M.
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.; supper S:00 p.m. to t:15. Both Dining halls observe -
are tempted to strike back at the abusers, perhaps a little too broadly. the same hours on week-ends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a.m. to Divine Worship Service
A climate of repression of freedoms, dark clouds of needless $:30 a.m.;brunch'::30 a.m.to 12:30 p.m.;and supper.4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m. 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 Youth
Junior Fellowship
limitations on legitimate dissent seems to be developing some
among
cents;dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for SO cents. .
of us Christians.It 1 P.M. Bldg. 722

would be an enormous tragedy if the abuses of a very few were to Senior Youth Fellowship
lead us to destroy the freedoms of the many. Friday, May 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722

As Christians we believe that freedom is a gift of God, and that man Breakfast Dinner Supper .
must enjoy freedom in order to be truly human. The Founding Fathers Hot Oatmeal Oyster Stew Salisbury Steak Tuesday

ofour great nationplaced their trust in the intelligence, good will, and French Eggs to Toast Order Shrimp Chicken Creole A La King Brown Gravy Senior Choir Rehearsal -

common sense of the ordinary citizen, and proclaimed freedom Hot Baked Beans Toss Green Rice Mashed Baked Corn Potatoes and 7 P.M. Bldg. 750
throughout the land. Let us not betray their trust! Deep Fried Fish Lyonalse Potatoes Tomatoes

Let us not push the panic button because of our indignation over .Cake Portions Doughnuts Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Sundaes ThursdayChristian
some of the abuses of freedom. Let us not usher in an age of fear and Whipped Topping Science Service -

repression. Rather, secure in the knowledge that our freedom is our 8 P.M.

strength, let us rejoice in our freedom, use it responsibly, extend it Saturday, May 9
generously, and thank God we live in the land of the free. 'Those who NATTC

deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves and under_.a just Early Breakfast Brunch Supper Divine Worship -12 P.M.
God cannot long retain it.' Lincoln. Hot Grits Grilled Hamburger Breaded Veal Cutlet Bldg. 500EveningWorship
Eggs to Order
Let us remember what Julia Ward Howe wrote in the Battle Hymnof Hot Cakes Shoe or Cheeseburger String Potatoes Whipped Brown Gravy Potatoes -6 P.M.:

the Republic: Grilled Ham Slices Simmered Kidney Beans Bread Dressing Bldg. 500 .
'In the beauty of the lilies Christ was Praline Rolls Ice Cream Cups Seasoned Grean Beans -

born across the sea, Iced White Cake

With a glory in His bosom that trans
figures you and me; Sunday,May 10 Traffic

As He died to make men holy, let us die Early Breakfast Brunch Supper

to make men free, Hot Farina Baked Chicken and Grilled Beef Steak ViolationsThe
While God is marching on.' Eggs to Order Noodles Mushroom Gravy
Minute Steak
Buttered Lima Beans Baked Potatoes
Home Fried Potatoes Hot Dinner Rolls Creamed Peas and
Eagle's Visit SwordfishJax Apple Coffee Cake
Ice Cream Cups Carrots following is a report of
Cherry Pie motor vehicle accidents and
Last week one of the VP- is their primary ASW weapon. It Monday, May 11 traffic violations for the period
16 Eagles' crews ventured into has a crew of 17, and can endure April 21-27.
the northlands of Canada. LCdr. approximately 20 hours of flying Hot Breakfast Grits Dinner Supper Number of AccidentsThis
Mulligatawny Soup
John Middleton and his time. Oven Fried Chicken
crew, Eggs to Order Spaghetti with Meat Cream week 3
accompanied by Allied Control The Eagles flew on hops with Creamed Dried Beef Balls Mashed Chicken Potatoes Gravy Total Accidents this year through
Officer, Lt.jg( ) Lester' Sanford, crews comprised of U.S. and Home Fried Potatoes Pizza Pie Buttered Brussel April 27 99
arrived at Canadian Forces Base Canadian airmen. By employingthis Cinnamon Rolls Cuban Sticks Sprouts Number of accidents
through
O'Brien Summer
method of ASW could Squash Coconut Bread Pudding
Summerside, where' they took they Buttered Broccoli Apricot Sauce April 1969 113
part in a four-day exchange visit exchange ASW techniques and Devil's Food Cake Total number of days since last
with VP-415, better known in learn from each other. As a resultof Chocolate Fudge Icing
injury in a motor vehicle
Canada as the 'Swordfish' their liaison visit the Eagleswere Tuesday,May 12 accident 7
squadron. awarded many momentos.The .
Patron 16 crews flew with the most exclusive was the Breakfast Dinner Supper Number of Violations

Canadian forces on various donation by the Canadians of the Hot Oatmeal Cream of Potato Soup Beef and Pork Chop This week 55
patrol missions in the North VP-415 Swordfish plaque, on Eggs to Order Grilled Ham Steaks Suey >
Atlantic. The Canadian Argus, a which the emblem of the Pineapple Hot Cakes Raisin Sauce Fried RiceChinese Speeding 8
Grilled Luncheon Glazed Fried Reckless 1
Meat Sweet Potatoes Cabbage Driving
.large four engine patrol aircraft, squadron is displayed. Cake Doughnuts Boiled Pinto Beans Chow Mein Noodles Going through Stop Sign 4
Green Peas and Onions Buttered AsparagusFruit
I I Gelatin Tips Other Violations 42
Whipped Topping Iced Hermits Twenty Three Drivers
appeared before the Traffic

1 = Wednesday, May 13 Hearing Board on April 30.
Disposition of the cases includedthe

Breakfast Dinner Supper following: 13 lost driving and
Hot Corn Meal Mush Chicken Rice parking privileges aboard stationfor
Soup Chili
The MX AIR NEWS Is Civilian Eggs to Order Hot Dogs
a Enterprise Newspaper Ginger Pot Roast French Fried various periods; 4 were
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station French Broiled Toast Bacon Slices Natural Gravy Buttered Fresh Potatoes Frozen assigned to complete an eight-
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Southern Style Greens Mixed
Publishing
Company, a Raised Doughnuts Banana Cake Vegetables hour course in remedial driving;
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Banana Cream Butter Apple Pie 7 received suspensions; 6 were
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Icing given warnings; 1 was

Jacksonville, by 12:00.noon on Monday before publication. News dismissed; 7 were fined U.S.
3119.Items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 772-3118 or Thursday,May 14 Commissioner) ; Nine drivers

Breakfast Dinner SupperSubmarine were assessed 24 traffic points.
Hot Farina New England Clam Sandwiches
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Eggs to Order Shrimp Curry Hot Potato Salad
concerning such should be directed to: Griddle Cakes Steamed Rice Spanish Style Lima WffiI'PAGE
Baked Sausage Patties Baked Chicken and Beans tyNt
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Sugar Rolls Noodles Cherry Cake Pudding

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Buttered Spears Broccoli

Telephone 388.2755 Curry Condiments of
Chopped Bacon,
Diced
Egg Toasted Coconut, Mot S Dk(
VOL. 28 NO. 7 MAY 7, 1970 Minced Cherries, Pepper
MAY 10
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;"'": 'I'j"'t f Wives Con. Seek Aid .
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Attention Military wives! Are
you well enough informed to take
full advantage of the many
privileges to which you are
entitled! For example: ".
Do you know the extent of the
services that can be provided by
the housing office? What kind of rbR
free legal assistance is availableto
you? Do you know the ways in 1 1
which the Navy Relief Societyand i
Red Cross stand ready to
serve you in time of need?
Are you aware of the medical
assistance available to you from
sources other than the Naval
Hospital and dispensaries? What
AMBLYOPIA CHAIRMAN HONOR ED-Marcla Houghton of the would you do to protect your
Navy Wives Club of America is presented aNWCAcharm bracelet by family if a hurricane should
Jax 86 Club President Barbara Howard. Mrs. Houghton lead the threaten? Do you tolly
campaign of NWCA to help screen 1,200 preschool children in the West understand your commissaryand
Jacksonville and Orange Park area. The program, in cooperationwith Navy exchange privileges? WHO WILL BE KING?-One of the air station's commanding
the Florida Council for the Prevention of Blindness, aids in the And, wouldn't you like to know officers will reign over the Saturday night Jacksonville Officers Wives
detection and referal to professional medical help in the cases of what your husband is talking Club Spring Charity Luau. The King will be crowned as King
amblyopia and other childrens eye diseases. about when he says NAVCOM or Kamehameha. Commanding officers at NAS and the wives in their
LPH? command have been working to raise penny votes for charity and the
Ladies Fleet Reserve Auxiliary All these and many other C.O. with the biggest penny vote will be crowned. The Luau is
questions can be answered for Saturday evening from 7 p.mto 1 a.m. at the Officer's Club. Dress
you at your local Family Services casual or Hawaiian Style for an evening of roast pig and Hawaiian
President to Visit Jacksonville Center. foods, along with cocktails and dancing.


Jax-Margaret Tunal, national :
president of the Ladies Auxiliary
" of the Fleet Reserve Association,
will make her official visit to the 'OJ'"t,',.. ., '"

local units May 13. :I." .,. .. I
LAFRA Unit 91 will host the Things! arelooking
meeting at 8 p.m. at the home of :;, \ ::.:;, ", "
branch and Unit 91, 5391 Collins .
Rd. All members and their \.
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husbands and guests of Unit 91, i
126 West Jacksonville, and 290
Atlantic Beach, are invited to
attend. : up.
Preceding the evening meetingMrs. ;
.Tunal)will lunch at the homeof .
Unit 126, 7376 Blanding, visit
the U.S. Naval Hospital, and
other places of interest in
Jacksonville. Time permittingshe
will also make a trip to i y ztYF
Mayport. It's your home. It's your castle.

This will be her 1 last U.S. stop
before starting on her tours of ..wt. !_ All those home improvements can be

overseas units. Then she will Si' well within reach But even the soundest
make the annual pilgrimage to
the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier k, ., >'tkr >; .. castle wasn't built to endure
and the Mast of Maine at
forever Things like repairs repainting
Arlington, Va. May 24. .R rL ,
and remodeling are
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always cropping upt .
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QUIET ATMOSPHERE t &I _A" If you're like most

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CECIL IDEALLY FIELD.LOCATED N.A.S.FOR and let the big projects wait Projects

CLOSE CHURCHES TO SCHOOLS AND / i.) J; : like adding a bedroom or a bath Building

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771.6666 ; Or even modernizing your entire
Take 103rd to Firestone if i ing
Rd.Past, Turn Forrest South High 2 -School.Blocks ppp. ,,y / G rf? v.,.: l# wn I kitchen. you've been putting off improvements

because your hands are
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5928 FIRESTONE ROADs / your property and that's usually sound

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Navy Finance



Honors 10

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Jax-Navy Finance Office held
their annual employee coffee
Friday and Navy Finance
Officer, LCdr. C.J. Collins
presented NFO personnel with
r !, a letters of appreciation and
4 v recognition.
b 1 +
I It Mrs. lola Miller was presenteda
t letter of appreciation for her
4 : k efforts working with LCdr.
Stokes,Casualty Assistance Calls
Officer. Miss Bertha M.
) ;; : Kicklighter received a letter of I I3Ei .dlL

,appreciation from the C.O. of LI Au _eI1v _
VW-4 for a 'job well done' on the r
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VW-4 pay records. W t4 qa
Mrs. Evelyn W. Thornton

: w.,. x ,received a letter upon her
4 4j
r completing a study course.
rt4a >- Certificates of recognition have
r gone to three Navy Finance I
Office personnel for their !
accumulation of more than 1000
MEMORIAL DONATION Mrs. Robert McClcery presents a check hours of sick leave. Mrs. LillianM.
to Chaplain J, C. Simpson in memory of her husband for the Cecil Hare has 2000 hours of sick
Field Shipmate Memorial Chimes Fund. Mrs. John Martin, who was leave, while Henry Baughn and
not available for the photograph, also made a donation to the fund in James Payne Jr. have reachedthe
memory of her husband 1000 hour mark.A 0 .i
five year certificate with the
Navy Finance Office was
11 11111I1 presented to Alice R. Ravey.
Elections were held for the M.a.' M
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Motorcycle Fans
chairman and assistant on the
HI JWUI .IIIIIIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIUIIIfIIHHIIIIHII$ Employee's Council. Dot Smith
N xu ypm" ew .w I was elected chairman and James DESIGN WINNERS .- SHB3 Albert Leon (left) and YN2 Joe
See & Go For a Test RI de r Gjalds is the assistant. LaGasse were the winners of the recent tail design contest held at VC-4
On The All New V v' *' DK1 Armando D. Luquias was Detachment.The design now appears on the new A4C's that replacedthe
HONDAMINITRAIL also presented the Department of F8K's. Forty-eight hour special liberty passes were awarded as
the Navy Good Conduct Award prizes.
Y-SOA-KI j L. during the ceremonies.


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1, 2 aid' 3 Bedroon Apartweits THEBRIDGESTONESUPER

FURNISHED or UNFURNISHEDAN

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COMPLEXES FOR, SINGLES FAMILIES, ADULTS .
CO.ORDINATED WALL TO WALLCARPETING RADIAL.RD.20)(
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MEDITERRANEAN' and r) S 7/
FURNITURE CO.ORDINATEDDRAPES P-L.E.N-T-Y \ /
ABUNDANCE OF ; Check These Features: Used VW'sReasonable \/
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?' tread reduces tread movement& wear ----- ---
2 FULL BATHS CLUB SIZE POOLCHILDREN'S 2. Greater Stopping Power-Even
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wet streets
braking is 50%
power greater -
BEDROOM APTS POOL than R& H.64TBIRD.
ordinary tires
DRESSING ROOMS DISHWASHERSRANGES .$770' .
WITH ALL 3 ANDDISPOSALS 3. Increased Cornering Pow. Loaded I
BEDROOM MODELS er-Get 60% greater cornering|

PERSONALLY CONCERNED MANAGEMENTAND BS% Ch'' t Ike1CoEXClusjve power than regular tires CHEVELLE Convert, V-8, A-T, R &$640 H.

24-HOUR MAINTENANCE sonyllle son71tEQeater', 4. Get Better Gal Mi. 64 CHEVY 1 II 1 $470
Brldtest rspeed Radtaa 1 leage-Gasoline mileage is 6 Cy!., Stick.
IACHEIOI T only by Tire \increased 1 10%
Id 63 FALCON $280 I
11'\'\. ARE U&fe 'APA$1JH III isfs"S ALL FROM SIZES THE AVAILABLE SMALLEST Futura, cylinder, Stick.

**tfk IMPORTS TO CADILLACS 59 FORD $290 ,

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15 MINUTES FROM 6566 Normandy
OPEN 8-6 MONDAY
NAS CECIL FIELD THRU SATURDAY
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IN ORANGE PARK 264-2815 6015 I HANDING I ILVD. 771-3442 Virasiw charge,
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I Household Section Aids Moves u1t -



Across Country, Around GlobeBy

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AA Johnnie Rodgers 19 provide for men and women in apply for the service.
Jax-Wondering how to solve a uniform who receive orders. According to Mrs. Hardy, the
major transfer problem? The moving of military period from May to September is
A typical serviceman and his families is completed in the busiest for the Personal
family face frequent moves conjunction with major shipping Property Branch. The greatest
during his Navy career, and as companies in the area. It number of orders are put throughat .
transfer orders come in, the provides the best service in the this time, and many men wishto II' :, \ ',:''
"
problems of transporting shortest time.Limitations. take the opportunity to move 1. '..;.)
household belongings from include shipping while the children are out of ,i'-1... \ ......_
station to station across the restrictions, covering such things school. 't,, ) ;).. II A> ....wgNFi
.. ..
..
country or half around the I k ." It
way as weight allowances (varies Shipping Procedure ? .. .
world are being met by the with pay grade), unauthorized J t 41'
Supply Department's Personal items, and destination and Coordinating moves between \. !. ,
.
Property Branch. (The branch is requirements.Petty Navymen and shipping companies, ....--. \ .. ..... ..
more commonly known as the officers, E-4 and above, employees of the branch conduct :;. ., 1. ,'...", ,
Household Goods Service.) interviews with military
are eligible according to their
INTERVIEWEach man with orders is invited into the Household
Mrs. Betty Hardy, its rank or grade and the extent of members to process applicationsand Goods Office to be interviewed about his
supervisor,explained some of the their orders. E-4's must have at to make plans for the move after receiving orders
to a new duty station. The interviews
help both the and his
Navyman
services that she and her staff of least four years of active duty toe transportation of their family move with ease.
.
belongings. NAS Jax sends an
interviewer to Cecil Field each owner arrives at his new station shipping firm, or the
week for the purpose of taking and obtains a place to live. government, or both.
applications and answering What happens in the event of Prompt action on the part of
questions.Last any loss or damage to the the owner is the best way to get
year approximately 15,000 shipment? With owner packing, full satisfaction in the damage
shipments were made l locally in many cases the moving firm case. The Personal Property
-'I under this program. cannot be held responsible. But in Branch has a claims office
should be
e .' Interviewers carrier packing, depending upon available to those needing
contacted at least five daysin
: advance of the desired moving the accuracy of the inventory assistance in this matter.
date,personally, if at all possible. taken at the time of packing and The local Personal Property
Also, anywhere from four to 12 unloading, the liability can rest Branch was expanded April 1 to
copies of transfer orders shouldbe upon the shoulders of either the take in both the Army and the Air

Y ;d presented at the interview, Force.
S depending upon individual I ...kn" I
.. M
v
.
circumstances.From
gkEA4sftt this meeting the go- MOBILE HOMES
ahead is given to the carrier to
begin the actual moving process. 4 .( e.
The handling of this is the.same : COMPLETELYRECONDITIONED
a ; as in a civilian concern, exceptfor
one big difference-under this ;: .
program, the carrier will pack all
INVENTORY Moving companies are required To provide an ..-
items those specifically
except
accurate inventory of a military man's household effects during the designated otherwise by the ';'".' fj! FOR EXAMPLE:

packing process. owner. .J::65' RITZ CRAFT 57x10
I The practice of packing one's .:.,
own goods, however, is Brie" "' CHICKSHA, 55x12
discouraged unless the owner is
prepared to accept full Mann. ...AND MANY MORE!
responsibility for damages. The
'
,4r
carrier, and not the owner, is the She Meet
one who decides whether or not to' >.r Rosebud
pack certain articles in their Will
original containers.
Love Our HolaeslMIBILE !

Damage ClaimsIn

the event that the owner
does pack several articles IIflEBIIJ
himself, it must be entered in the
inventory of the shipment that
1'' ; I IL the articles are 'PBO' packedby Incorporated

owner. This releases the 5807 Roosevelt Blvd o
carrier from any liability for _
L damage.
After packing is completed the
< M shipment is loaded on a van and
s a 4.r transported to its destination, to
be either unloaded and unpacked
s s immediately, or stored in a
warehouse until such time as the
'
CLEAN 'UP .. Mrs. Henry EVENINGSPECIALI
Lesesne,wife of LCdr. Lesesne of
VA-44, Cecil Field, cleans out !
their refrigerator in preparationfor Forest Inn
the family's move to NAS TRY OUR DELICIOUS
Lemoore ,
Calif.
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WEDNESDAY
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SET UPS 25* $1.65

Under New Management
Italian A American Food FRIDAY & _
Family Style Dining Room SATURDAY ''
FEATURING THE I AM-6 AM ORDERS GO
COVER CHARGE $1.50 .

BEST PIZZAIN SET UPS Wt _% Trout's
w v*'

TOWN! Live Band Fridays & SaturdaysSUNDAY RESTAURANT
OPEN DAILY: :
IOAMIiIMIDNIGNITUESDAY : 8 PM til ? COVER SI.50-SET UPS 3
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4403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. WE CATER TO PRIVATE PARTIESCall .

Phone/ Ahead For RED NELSON 771.9470 389.9336 .,,;;r '> .... proprietor
450 :::::ln: >:: Norman & Kay McLelland
People
FAST SERVICE! Seating Capacity b
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'; 1st I NATTC : Behind the SceneBy I I




ac
SN Pat Williams ..PNC Edward Louie, NATTC instructors that just checked into
,, ESO, has been appointed as NATTC! AOCS Theodore
Four new third class petty NATTC representative on the Hackney comes to NATTC from
officers are on the scene at Commissary Advisory Board, VA 44, he will be teaching at AO
NATTC as of Friday when they and YN1 Richard Solie of AE School. ,
i if were advanced in a ceremony. School Leading Chief's Office, is A01 Arthur D. Lochner was
., of f Sporting new crows are AE3 the new rep for the Navy with VF 41 before he reported as
Arthur Cochcroft, AE instructor; Exchange Advisory Board. Any an instructor at AO School.
AE3 Michael Jenresey, AE 'A' problems or recommendationsshould AE's will be getting their
NEW SGT. MAJ. Sflt. Mal|. Thomas A. Price, outgoing MATSG Student; AE3 A.P. Rennie, AE be passed on to your instruction from AE1 Henry A.
sergeant major (left), presents the detachment's colors-to Sgt. Mal Support; and ADJ3 Robert Eitel, representative. Morris IIELSUPPONE DET7.
George E. Harbison during a ceremony last Thursday Sgt. Maj. Price NDl School Support. Farewell to PN1 Robert Lange
retired from active duty after 27-years service and will live in Key HAIL AND FAREWELLAll of the Enlisted Personnel Office,
West with his wife, Rose. NEW REPS
hail the three new who departed for USS Yosemite.Club .



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11 To Hold June Primaries "
States G I l' I fi
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I I 'I 1I"rl'ijI I" .' ; ,!; I' '" '\\I INI I'I I ti i t
: a ; I i I f j': i iI
WASHINGTON (AFPS) Maine: Register for absentee dence. If not sure of county or :r "qlII I,,PIN:pil I,/IIllhljll":i I,INII:, f: SchedulesIw ,,1J'r,';!' ,,i'IIII"I'1' ''I! I
elections Eleven states in June will to hold select primary candidates Board voting of by Registration mailing FPCA or Regis-to address Secretary, send of State the ,FPCA State to House the ,:i ''II"i"ll I!i,:II III,11:,/ '''N!!:h: I\, ,llnlll*il"iiW:" 'I" |r!;" ';;; Im II j'i llill111111111 11 i,'I' Xil;Idllh*l "ii,Ilrllill'I'UffU*";','!: ;:i,,ItiIII'jI) !' TI I I'I';:!M''', !I'h W':,,I' !I!"I "Pi!!Illyil: lf'"; ';UI "im I !I/IIllll'/! 'I IIIilll'II'I '

for the Nov. 3 general trar of Voters in city of resi- Trenton. Ballot must reach elec-
elections. dence. For absentee ballot, send tion officials before the polls BLUEJACKETS INN
They are: California, Iowa, FPCA to the Secretary of State, close election day.
Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey Augusta, or to the clerk of the New Mexico: Mail FPCA to
and South Dakota-June 2. city or town of residence. Ballot the county clerk, county of resi- The Messengers of the Masses will be appearing here tonight, and
New Mexico-Jane 3. South must reach election officials before dence, to obtain absentee ballot. Ronnie and the Soul Society will provide the entertainment tomorrow
Carolina-June 9. Maine-June 3 pm. the day of elec FPCA must reach the clerk at evening through Sunday. Monday is the first appearance for Lorenzo'sSoul
15. Delaware and New York- tion. least 28 days before the election. Treatment, the Camelots are on stage Tuesday, and Wednesday
June 16.Two Mississippi: Must be regis- Ballot must be returned to the is Four of Clubs night.
of the statesDelawareand tered at least one month on or clerk by noon the day before
New York-do not permit before the primary date to be election day. ACEY DEUCY CLUB
absentee voting in their primaries eligible to vote and at least four South Carolina: Mast registeror
but do allow servicemen and months before a general elec-
their dependents to vote by absentee tion. Apply for registration ap- reregister., each year To in which There will be no entertainment at the Acey Deucy Club tonight.
wish
they to vote. register,
Tomorrow evening the Mark Castle Trio will the music.
ballot in the general elec. plication when requesting an ab- provide
apply by mail to the Board of
tion. The Federal Post Card Application sentee ballot. Request ballot by Registration, county of resi- Saturday Tommy 'C' and the Seminoles will be appearing at the club,
(FPCA) is used to ob sending FPCA to city or county dence, for, "Absentee Registration and on Sunday, Mother's Day, there will be a special dinner roast
tain the absentee ballot. registrar, place of residence. Card." Complete the card turkey with all the trimmings.price for the dinner is 100. By this
Servicemen, their spouses and Only one application is neededto and return it to the board no Sunday evening, the club will have set up in the old CPO Club building,
dependents meeting' the resi- obtain a registration applica-
later than 30 days before the and will be all
ready for your enjoyment.
dency requirements' for the tion and ballots for all elections
election. To apply for an absentee -
other states may vote by absen- scheduled for the year. Ballots
ballot, send FPCA ,to
tee ballot. must reach election officials by CPO CLUB
chairman the
of political
county
To obtain ballot the election .
a requirements day.Montana
party in whose primary electionyou
are: : To register, FPCA wish to vote. Ballot must be Tonight's feature is music by Mel Gaden, and he is also featured
California: May apply now by must reach county clerk, countyof tomorrow night. and
returned in time to be receivedby Saturday Sunday evenings the music will be
FPCA to the clerk residence later than 40
county coun- no officials before the polls provided by the Clubs. There will be no entertainment Monday or
ty of residence. Ballot must be days before the election. To apply -
voted and returned to clerk by for an absentee ballot, send close election day. Tuesday, but on Wednesday Bud; Clark will take the stage.
5 p.m. the day before the separate FPCA, to the county, South Dakota: For registration -
election. FPCA will serve as city or town clerk, place of resi- and absentee ballot, send OFFICERS CLUB
registration application for dence, in time to be received FPCA to the county auditor or
those npt registered.Iowa within 45-day period before the city auditor cr clerk of the town'' Tonight is Beefeaters Night from 6 until 9, and the Package Store
: Send FPCA to county election. Voted ballots must or township, county of residence, will be open from 12 noon until 6. Tomorrow's features include the
auditor, or city or town clerk, reach the clerk in time to be in time to: reach election officials
'Happy Hour' from 4 until 6:30: 'Sing Along with Phil', and ,Young at
place of residence. You may delivered to election officials be- not later than 20 days be-
register by mail by executingthe fore the closing of the polls fore the election. Ballots must Heart Night with the Messengers of the Masses. On Saturday will be
affidavit on the back of the election day. be returned to ruperintendent of Pleasure Island, sponsored by 'JOWC'from 7 until l.anoTon Sunday
ballot envelope. Voted ballot New Jersey: Obtain absentee the elects-n board of your pre enjoy the Sunday Buffet from f 12 until,and the Cocktail lounge is open
must reach election officials before ballot by mailing FPCA to cinct before the polls close election from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. The club is closed every Monday, but on
the- date of election.. county clerk, county of resi : day. Tuesday the Main Brace is open from 11 a.m.until 11 p.m. and an A La

Carte menu is planned from 6 until 9. Wednesday evening the Ceiling
4 l Vjiir' Zero Happy Hour is featured from 4:30: until 6:30: with another A La
Carte menu from 6 until 9.

SPECIAL
FRA BRANCH

PURCHASE There will be a shuffleboard tournament tonight starting at 8 p.m.
Tomorrow evening the music will be provided by Red Edwards,and ,
the Alltones.

Saturday is the night of the big Mother's Day eve party, starting
: with dinner at 6:30: ,followed by dancing to Red Edwards. Admission is
$AVE HUNDRED $2.50 per person.

BRAND NEW 1969 .... .:... :... :::.:. ..:. ... .. >


Plymouths and Chryslers WHOLESALE PRICES TO ALL! ..


BELOW Dealer's COST! ,\AA/VSAA* ** **

NEW & USED FURNITURE &
APPLIANCES
A LARGE SELECTION OF NEW & USED TV SETS

PLYMOUTH and CHRYSLER NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
STATION WAGONS AIR CONDITIONERS

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was F5'.rvAlr' Bob's Oak Hill
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j PIZZA 34iTrY ; WHAT AU OF JAX ;;:,

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HOURS: .w. '"Gt.: : : 'AMERICAS'FINEST. .. y
Sun, Thurs. 4pm 1130pm .\.I : ji
2 ERNIE L. ** .N A y iJ"v .GROSE Ti.! .V,..x._ }' A.-... Friday 4pm 12.45 am 1 I \; ,. : 1'.:$N";:'::'\t.;$;:,HpBIL: "e''HOME' .. "'::.PARK.' ". '. ?
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& SAMMLKH'S PLANET, by Saul exposes himself. When he
Bellow addresses a seminar at Columbia rw

University, a bearded maniac
REVIEWER: Richard Ehrlich shouts him down with vulgar
insults. His libidinous niece
Saul Bellow is a wordsmith. He confides all her sexual exploits,
prefers to gel at the truth by then swears him to secrecy. His
stringing together words that wacky daughter steals the only
describe ideas, attitudes and existing copy of a valuable
feelings, rather than by telling manuscript. Through it all Mr.
:.;t\i stories action. And
or describing Sammler never loses his
e R ... as a wordsmith, Bellow is a composure or his sense of J

superb writer. Ills latest novel I, civilized values.Mr. NEW AIR FORCE CAPTAIN .-
: $t f Mil. SAM MLER'5 PLANET, is a Richard F. Simpson of the 679th
+ \ Sammler is a gentleman
deft exercise in sketching the
Air Force Radar Squadron has
madness of our times. certainly the last of a dying been promoted to the rank of
l 1fir breed. Ills old world courtliness
Mr.Arthur Sammler, although captain and has assumed the
and Inexhaustible patience! arrvirtut.s
l seventy plus, regards the world duties of Assistant CEM
,' .1. him with (those around him come todrpt'nd
around unblinkingeye
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v.; while take
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Simpson serves as squadron
< "';,t1'J'der of them to a point
< of advantage
in
,tl..t" :h; t i; '; island of reason a sea commander in the absence of the
would
,; .; ;1'.4t'f << \.v:\ t, {it t r ,< I hustling, screeching, belching where almost anyone else CO, has been in the Air Force
is what
: <tt..t; $ < violent and retaliate. This, perhaps
: ; since 1967 following his
,tt ;;: r\ *\j$1: : {: ,_ ,<: <1.. uncivilized humanity, Mr. astonishes us most about Mr.
(< YI,1'''''' ""' < graduation from the Univesity of
,,{t1r, .;;:>>; /t? .-A' : ,, "." Sammler persists in spite of the Sammler his resilience his South Florida. '
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M'.1\$( ? 't.r. .1 ftl': < ; around him. Having experiencedthe even flourish against ail the
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,'''w,'' W j1.t"I'W; <<.'\.<:;"f'jt':>> < ','I', .4i( Poland during World War II, and Jn this age of threatening .
'+>;' "jijf>'
Cdr. Thomas (r) greets Capt. Pressler in Sicily. alive, being hunted down by for survival and his
SaleJax
Polish partisans, and being ability to maintain intact his
Wing CommanderVisits haunted by his memories, Mr. integrity and his sense of
Sammler is frightened by little perspective deserves 'The Explosive 70's.'
and shocked by nothing. Yet he is consideration and understanding. That is the theme of this year's
moved whenever he sees signs of housewares event scheduled to
Foxes in SicilyJax civilized virtue in an increasinglybrutal Throughout MIL SAMMLKIt'S! : begin at the Navy Exchange May

landscape. Since he has PLANET Saul Bellow keeps an 18. The sale will run through the
already been a witness to the even lemper that is a surprising end of the month and will feature
Over the weekend of tour of the base facilities and a total breakdown of civilizationand contrast to the stridency of his such items as tape recorders,
April 26 and 27, Patrol briefing on Patron Five's its thin veneer of cultured previous works. Perhaps Bellow, small electric appliances
Squadron Five was honored operations in the Mediterranean.Later values, he doubts not all the like Sammler, has mellowed. giftware, record players and
with a visit by Capt. W.J in the day he was the capacity of mankind to bring Writing from the long radios.

Pressler, commander Fleet Air guest at a cocktail party with about another apocalypse.In perspective of a man well into his Early shoppers will enjoy the

Wing 11.VP5 Capt. W.R. Cheal, commandingofficer comtemporary New York, eighth decade, Bellow has givenus widest selection so prepare now
has been deployed to of NAF Sigonella. Sundayhe Mr. Sammler is constantly a novel of unusual, elusive to lake full advantage of this

Sigonella, Sicily, since the end of departed for Kola, Spain. assaulted by experiences that charm. We should all be able'to once-a-year Navy Exchange
February so this was the first would undo a lesser man. An cope as well with existence on offering.

opportunity for a meeting 1, 1 1I elegant pick-pocket corners him this planet as Mr. Sammler docs.

between the new head of the air
wing and the squadron. VP-5 Holds Sigonella Ceremony

Capt. Pressler was greeted by
Cdr. R.T. Thomas, commanding Mt. Etna formed a backdrop during the period of August 1968 Gupton ADR1 E.D. Ponder and
officer of the Mad Foxes, and for Patrol Squadron Five's to July 1969. Cdr. M.L. Gesling AMEl H.E. Paul each received a
Cdr. G.D. Barker, executive personnel inspection and awards received an Air Medal earned for third Navy Good Conduct Award.
officer. He then went on a guided ceremony held last week aboard meritorious flight in a previoustour A03 M.L. Romans was presentedwith
NAF Sigonella Sicily. After a with VP-47 flying Market his aircrewman designationand

thorough inspection of the Time patrols off the coast of gold wings earned flying as

Buy ,, assembled ranks, the South Vietnam. the ordnanceman on Crew 33.
I I Commanding Officer, CDR. R.T.
/ t9r--.A Thomas, began the presentationof ADJ2 CJL.; Born, A02 [R.L. ADJl I J.E. Bryan was named
Bonds JOINED'THe RESERVES Tb6ef awards to 17 Mad Foxes. Carter, AE2 E.J. Dannie, AMS2 Patrol Squadron Five's sailor of
ouTONE NI6HT/ WEEK"/ J.E. Easlerwood
AE2 J.D. King the
AWC A.M. Adkins quarter. Along with his
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presented with the Bronze Star AW3 J.F. Cochran, AW3 S.G. designation certificate goes a $25
Keen, AW3 J.L. McLean and
AW3
Medal. He won this award for U.S. Savings Bond.
J.P. Konspiez received
services rendered as a techincal Cdr. Thomas
advancement expressed his
GEARED TO SERVE THE SERVICE liaison team member with the certificates. in rating pride in the men of the squadronthat

Defense Communications so many had distinguished
) WATCH FOR OUR WEEKLY SPECIAL Planning Group in South Vietnam AWC F.R. Tipton, AEI J.E. themselves by receiving awards.

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r. ;, National League: The Admin the pins, besides: shoe right bander, Laughlin gave
1 Five took four easy points pounding is Khrushchev's bag. up a lead-off homerum to VA-
Thursday to maintain their SOFTBALL 174's Dugan. After serving up thr
; \ C precarious hold on 1st place. National League: Lee of VA-83 gopher ball, Laughlin settled
Medical displaced VA-72 In the banged out three hits and scored down and struck out 16 hitters,
,ti\\\. third place slot and moved within 3 runs as the Rampagers downed gave up a walk and one more hit
i' .,'.. m games of runnerup VA-174 V A-72l1-. Pender took the win. as Ops downed VA-174, 6-1 in a
,", 'd ,,!\(. I i No. 1High The graybeard of Cecil Field's battle between undefeated
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>: series honors went to pitching cadre, Gramps Sharp, teams. The 'Hellrazors' portly
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l.t.I;>o: '" 0 o a .,'yP "'" closely followed by Stilley with a successful one as he pitched loss.AVORD
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'. ".. 557 and McAffiee with to close win VA-81 upset VA-45, 5 1.
c '..,).. a 555. VA-46 a over ,
:'P...., ( f '> :;j,' Skriveth's 221 was high game for 76. Long slapped out a homerunin Ulrich fanned eight in a winning

I <. ___ w jjr the evening. Standings: the 7th to provide the winning effort. AV-ORD hitters sprayedout
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;>..): margin. eight hits.
I T1It/ Admin 27-9 VA-46, 19 AMD 6. 'Skipper'Fox VA-174 hit the winning trail
*.* VA-174 No.1 24'/i-11V' was supported by a 15-hit again by whitewashing AV-ORD,
.f' VA-72 Medical 22.14 21.15 attack featured by Bennito'sround 6. 0. The Hellrazors tallied four
;' Dental 20.16 tripper (a four bagger on runs in the 2nd inning, on two
>.f NAMTD No.2 20.16 NorthFieldlS news) and coastedto hits, a pair of walks and a hit
"CITED BOQ 20.16 an easy victory. batsman. Doole took the win.
VA-83 19'/2-16Vj' VanTol of VA-87 smashed two Ops went on a scoring rampage

Ops-46 I4VM1V' 1917VA homers and Meadows scatteredfive against Public Works, beatingthe
AMD 14.22 hits while striking out seven Seabees 18.0. Lew Center
AN Edward Anthony Bird of VA-4S was commended and recorded his 2nd win after the
NAMTDNo.l l 11.25 batters as the Golden Warriors
cited April 21 by Cdr. A. H. Hinman,squadron CO for completing a 22- APTU 10.26 routed VA-81, 9-1. season after being shelved for
week course at Aviation Electrician's Mate Class 'A' School as honor VA-174 NO.2 9'/2-26'h three weeks with
a sore throwingarm.
man with an average of 95.97. His citation read in part, 'Airman American League The Harris pitched VA-72 to a win Sad to relate, Big Ed Lord
Bird's achievement is a reflection of his sincere desire for educational : .
Friendly Midget is over AMD, 12 5. Pieffer of VA-72 failed to contribute even a hard
improvement, dedication to duty, and conscientious ar>Dlie ti m presently
enjoying a rest in Key West's led all hitters with three straight hit foul to the 14-hit Ops outburst.

land of sun, fun and beach bums, bingles.A r Dental blanked Public Works
and also rolling a few balls down single by Graham of VC-4 in 17-0 with Olsen'capturing the
WESTSIDE the lane as a member of the the 6th inning deprived VA-83's win.The coach (whoever he is) o
Raider 6th Na val District bowling Smith of a no hitter. Smith fanned F Dental is happy to announce
RENTALS team. As a result, the usual eight and issued three charity that his overall team fielding
derring do of his league is not strolls as VA-83 took VC-9,120. average nearly equals the tam
5829 BLANDING BLVD.We available at this time.A batting average .318
certain nameless, frustratedany VA46 Standings: 5-0
4a ( team spotting another 126 VA-83 4.1
Also 1I $? pins and losing four points shouldbe VA-72. 3-2 Standings
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Have .o. frustrated)bowler is remindedthat VA VA-81 87 2.4 r
Trucks ABC rules do NOT providefor VC-4 1-3 Operations 7.0
VA-174
the substitution of a shoe inr.X.Oim AMD 0.5 Dental 2.3 6.1

CCEEir..tC: XI Marines 1.2
AMSC D. S. MILLER of VA-45 AV-ORD 34 ,
Call
772.8477BANKAMERICARDAMERICAN reenlisted April 28 for five years. VA-45 2.4
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BE A RADIO OR 2 Br., LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., 5.1111,100% GUARANTEED
ANNOUNCER JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off
Recorded message by leading announcer 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern street. Water, Garbage & Sewage .
tells you how. Call any hour. trailer and Apts. 389-3007. Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus Used CarsWe
3552944. tax) 3872541. Nights 8. weekends 389-

0744. gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In
MOBILE LIVINGOF JACKSONVILLEAzalea spection. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced
AUTO AIR.COND. SERVICEWe ORANGE PARK everything that needed It. And guaranteed them 100 per cent
also service and repair window ( Mobile Home Park) 'I.Mlle 2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn., for the repair or replacement of all major mechanical parts for
and central units. North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near Dishwasher, Carpets, Drapes. 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and double check.
Tyler's Heating &Air Cond. schools and shopping center. Clean, _Elizabeth Apts.?264- 815", ENGINE TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore) treasonable rates. Manager on ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
premises. Children and pets
388-5161 M_. I
welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3846264.

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS SMALL FURN. COTTAGE 1969 VW SEDAN
$1495
Adults only, water & lights Included In
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape RIVERVIEW MOBILE HOME PARK rent. 4158 Shirley Ave. 388.3540. BIueR&H __.
players. At dealers cost to liquidate
stock. Full warrantyl Phone 771-0409. For Rent Riverfront mobile home
spaces for people who "'" '
care. Quiet, 1968VWSEDAN : 7 :
large shaded lots, with large patios, iiJtMfS_ "j _f : $1395
GEORGE'S KENNELS paved streets, excellent drinking \ :! Beige, R & H, WSW.1969VWFASTBACK.

Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickup water & no mosquitoes. Free boat
and delivery Est. 1925. Poodle dockage. Adults only. 12 miles So. of
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek. AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast $2295
Blue, Auto. trans., Air
conditioned.
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and Ph. (904)) 2843369. Green Cove
Edgewood) 3690064. Springs. and West Coast 353-3691.

.. M..y VW'sl W3' t. 1.'s T. CMooso Fran
12x50 ""CAPELLA2BR.
LIVE CRABS and FRESH FISH ., Front kitchen, Utility shed. $100 56 FORD HOTROD
Willford's Fish Camp 2649707. down & take over payments of $79.88. 390 Engine, 3 spd., Racing cams, $195 0p1
771.8779 9539 103rd Lot 11. postraction rear end, new tires, Must
sell. Call 7810814.

SPECIAL THISWEEKIYour FOR SALE 1 1965 VW SEDAN $
choice of one of our new '69 12x60 Crimson, 2BR., Small down 750
Homemaker Sewing Machines. Fully and For
payment assume payments.
A little, rough, but good transportation.Handyman's .
auto., Reg. price 319. at no cost All more Info. 771.2111 after 5 p.m.
Sold Is.
dream. as
you have to do to obtain one is come toRayfield's
6437 Wilson Blvd. & buy 1968 WINDSOR
one of our 4 drawer desks for it. Cashor 12x60, 4x10 lean out, 2 BR., I'/jB.' DOMESTIC TRADE-INS
terms. Ph. 771.9106. Must sacrifice. 725.1378.

Sold As Is
FOR SALE

EIC0753 Tri-band Transceiver with ti:;:!:: !r.i/:/!{. :: 1h T :r.#!!tffjti; : 'BONNEVILLE $1475
power supply & mike. HQ129X & 4 Door Hardtop, White with Gold Top, Air, Auto. trans., R .&. H.
HQ170 Rec. DX100 & HT32 xmitters. Power Steering and brakes. ;
Other items. Call 384-5284 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE OR RENT 'PONTIAC+ 2 $900

GUITARS, DRUMS RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your Take stock in AmericaBuy Air, Auto Irons., PS and PB, R & H.
equity or let us rent your home. .
Wurtllzer Organs & Pianos, musical U.S. Savings BondsMENWOMEN
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for I $1785
access. at discount prices. Specialthis map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor 68 OLDS DOOR
weekend only Vox, Baldwin, & Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. Air, Auto trans., PS and PB, one owner .
Hoffner electric guitars and basses ..!"
half-price with this ad. See Casey ORANGE PARK REALTY '
Johnson Music & Record Service 233 MILITARY, FREE NOTARY. 67 MUSTANG '$1279
6th Ave. N. Jax Beach. 2463200. 18-60 V 8, Auto transmission. ;*. :
Open 7 days 12 till 6.
'HIDDEN WATERS' TRAIN NOW FOR .
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots 67 MUSTANG $1000
CIVILSERVICE EXAMSNo .
SEWING MACHINE$42 available. Excellent fishing, boating, 6 cylinder, standard transmission..
FREIGHT DISCOUNT swimming. Mobile Home area. Also, Exper., No High School
'3' 1970 new zigzag sewing machines, permanent home area. High, wooded POSTAL '66 PLYMOUTH FURY III I $1210
slightly scratched in shipment, to be lots E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake CLERK Station Wagon, Air: PS, H & H.
sold for $42 each. May be paid cash, Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. starting pay is ,
charge cards or 6 monthly paymentsof .
'
$7. Will take trades as part THAT GOOD EARTHLot $ 3 06HR.', 68 FALCON 4. DOOR $1129
payment. These nationally advertised 100 x 200 fenced, Nice masonry, 3 Auto transmission
U. S. Clerks File
machines carry full factory BR, I11 B., Fla. room cony. Cecil and Clerk
guarantee. Call anytime 353.1946, ask Mainside, small down. FHA terms. plus
for Mr. Joseph, free home trial and Call 100's of other types of lobs WESTSIDE
delivery, no obligation. A.1 now.Ed C. Phillips, Realtor We finance your training
Warehouse, 1606 Main. 307-2503 Keep present Job While training
KEY TRAINING

FOR SALE ORANGE PARK 110 W. FORSYTH ST.
Antique Grand Piano, 148 years. old, By Owner. 3BR., I'/jB.' Family rm., Call now ((24 hours)
perfect condition.S1500.00. Call Ext. Din. rm., Util. rm., Carport, Patio, w
2806. Cent. H & A., Fenced. 15 min NAS. 264- 356.0725
5127. Applications being 1150 LANE AVE. SO. PHONE 781-5511

WASH & PAINT LAKE GEORGE2BR. accepted nowl Open Daily 8 to 8:30: Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday I to 6I

Interior & Exterior painting. 2649318. ., furn., cabin. 264-5024.) ..



12 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER MAY 7, 1970


Another _' '::, i
AMD's 'Pappy1 Closes -f '- ', wtki:: '>':S' o' "



Chapter of Colorful Career

,
rt Jax 'Pappy Martin, the
machinery repairman who called
himself the 'Can-do-Man' of the
Navy retired last week after 35

___ years of active and inactive
a 4 r c military service.

Louis Martin enlisted in .the .. ,,' ,
Army in 1925 at a time when he :> ', >" > '
remembers pay was$14 a month, .-4 i
after haircut allowance and taxes .' :f
were taken out. Later he enteredthe .. \ >
Coast Guard and by 1941 t *<'',;;,
Iff to
Pappy Martin was in the Navy as ) "'<'"
S'I an apprentice seaman. Pappy 1 of '
said, 'That was the old < 'fIP'd"1FINAL
'hammock' Navy back then and

pay was $16 or $17 a month.' INSPECTION .. Thirty years ago AFCM Jack B. Shanklin

Pappy's Navy career has stood his first Navy inspection at boot camp. Friday the leading chiefof
I included a 77,000 mile tour ComFairJax was on the other end of the inspection as he
I aboard the USS Essex during the inspected the staff with RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., commanderFleet
; _" Suez Crisis, being a plank owner Air.Jax,as he closed out his career with a retirement ceremony.ANOTHER .
>tin. the USS Constellation and
CAN-DO-MAN MRC Louis Martin is wished the best-of.luck and during the Battle of Okinawa he
presented a retirement plaque by NAS C.O., Capt. H. O. Cutler,during was one of 28 to survive from the
ceremonies at the Aircraft,Maintenance Department.U.S.NAVAL crew of 360 aboard the USS g

"" ,""., "''o1..1"f. ._.........;\..,;,1',.t,...., ". ,,00, ''''.'',",_, .. -po', Ingram.

o Alif STATION Martin came from a large
WEAPONS, OFFICE '- family where he was the
youngest of 15 children and he S4 ,3 fi
had only a grammar school 5'
Rti education. He claims, 'The Navy
taught me to read and write. I'm _

proud to be in the Navy, it's been ,Y, S 5' .
my whole life.' r
During a tour in Roosevelt
Roads MR1 Martin designed and
built the jack and vice and the
a hydraulic system for the P2V : ,
i
R A 1,a, : aircraft that was
Neptune
:it&t4w accepted by the Navy.Because of : 1;

this, Capt. Peters, commandingofficer
of the Shangri La
ordered Martin to report to his R
4* office. Pappy said, 'Capt. Peters S 4
asked me what I wanted most in ; _
lw
: the Navy. So, I told him I wantedto w c '1 "
PIPING ASHORE NAS Weapons piped ashore SKC Frank L. be a chief.' That was in 1964, ?, ,
Reynolds last Thursday with Capt. H. O. Cutler NAS C. O. presiding and by order of the Secretary of i I
The 23-year Navy veteran, Reynolds served as Weapons Ammunition the Navy, Pappy was appointedto 1 "W d, ";dA%"
StackControlmanand has been working with a local women's clothing MRC. _
firm in Project Transition Martin, who was in charge of L_
the AMD Machine Shop said
his retirement ceremoniesthat
r during
he was still ready to help THREE GySgt. Raymond L. Center, AE 'V (B)
We loana serve his country whenever they school instructor, takes the oath of enlistment for three years from
needed him even if it meant that Mal John C. Weare, MATSG XO. GySgt. Center presently has 10 yrs
he had to lay down his life. service in the Marine Corps.

NAS Commanding Officer,
milliondollars Capt. H 0. Cutler, told a story
about Chief Martin during the
retirement ceremonies that
emphasized the point that Martinis
the 'Can-do'Man' of the Navy.
'I was making one of my first
routine inspection tours of NAS
spates and found an old piece of
equipment with one broken part.'
every dayWhen said Capt. Cutler. 'I was told the It's in our
machinery was needed but they
were unable to repair or replacethe showroomnow.

part from the supply system.I .
you're big enough to loan that much took the part and looked fora
every day, you're big enough to say "yes"to machinist and found Pappy
almost any money need. So, if you need Martin. Pappy claimed, 'If I The New Datsun 240-Z
money for car repairs, house repairs, or if can't fix it, nobody can.'The part
you want to make your leave a real vacation, was repaired and the machinerywas
come to Aetna. back in operation. The CAR STORE
Pappy and his wife, will
You see, we realize that people need money continue to live in Palm Valley 5525 PHILLIPS HIGHWAY PHONE 396-5376
for many different reasons. And we like to where he plans to do some ocean

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

whatever the reason, stop by, or call. ,

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PAYMENTS
8006 Lem Turner Road Phone 384.4406
Phone: 768-0501 .1, 2 and 3 Bedrooms
"'f. Garden Type Apartments with
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE Country Club Atmosphere
55S1 Normandy .
K.tchens: equipped with G E
Phone: 768.0191 Ranges & P"'rgeraor|
UNDERWRITERS INC. .Individual Ai. 'ditiomng and
,
1
Heating
G-E
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MAY 7, 1970 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 13

"" ""' -


i I Jacksonville Area Civil Service News I




Naval Rework Employees Honored II

-
Jax Training course 13; Carl M. Graeff, 13; Marvin T. all with 14 years.
A.A9 Y n'Q certificates, safety awards Gurr, 13; Joseph B. Hand. 13; Others getting awards were
highlighted presentations from Merril M. Herring, 13; George Ralph E. Aaron, 19 years; RubelC.
Capt. D.H.Heile to employees of McKinley,15; Hildred 0. Scurry, Copeland, 23; Roger J. Feco,
the Naval Air Rework Facility 13; Hosepn F. Stazenski, 13; and 20; Jack R.Freeman, 18; George
here last week. Chalmer L. Thomas, 15. V. Horn, 21; George Hutto, 20;
Nine supervisors received Also, Bruce L. Barker, Bobby Bernard F. Kinn, 17; Gaspard E.
certificates denoting successful W. Cade, Shellie D. Faircloth, Lloyd, 17; Theodore P. Meixell,
completion of the basic George T. Hull Jr., Donald 21; G.H. Menzie, 19;William B.
supervisor training course at the McLeod, Marcus J. Oliver, Carl Myrick, 24; Peter P. Pacuk, 20;
facility. W. Player, One N. Smith, John George J. Randle, 18; and
Receiving certificates were L. W. Stancil and James Vearil Jr., Leonard L. Wood, 23.
r rPROMO T. Woodrum, J. D. Wooten, E. L.
------ ---
Donaldson, G. D. Batron, A. J.
Y : / Raetz, C. E. Appleby, H. M.
# Beihoffer, J.W. Tweeddale and
Y G.L. Derrick.
4 i Capt. Heile presented safety 50'0 on
# N ayw awards to 35 supervisors who had
n, 6'F 'x operated their shops from 10 to 24 1
years without a lost time injury.
The 35 supervisors represent a
4', total l their of 567 respective accident free Rework yearsin Sheraton Ion

Facility Shops.
Neal DeNisco, a supervisor in the Operations Division of The supervisors and years. of
the Data Processing Department, has been promoted to GS-7. He their awards are: weekends.
received his promotion papers from Cdr. R. L. Williams, Data Sidney J. Bell, 10; Felix L.
Processing officer Danforth, 16; Harley A. Flowers,

Equal Employment Counselors Cut Stay at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Ipn
in the Contin ntal U.S.* at 1/2 the regularrate
on Friday, Saturday,and Sunday
Formal Discrimination Complaints nights.
You don't have to be In uniform.All you
Equal employment opportunity indicated that formal complaints directly benefited the employee.The need Is your ID. '
counselors have contributed to a lodged under the new proceduresfrom new procedures permit an Next time you get a weekend pass,
marked reduction in the numberof July 1 through the end of individual who believes that he or unwind in style at Sheraton.
formal discrimination November averaged 79 per she has been the object of *Reservations are accepted on a
complaints filed by federal month, compared with an discrimination in any aspect of "Standby Basis"only and are subjectto
workers according to the average of 147 under the old federal employment because of space availability at time of check-In.
chairman of the Civil Service system. race, color, religion, sex, or
Offer does not apply to the SL Regis-
Commission. The new regulations providethat national origin to seek informal
Sheraton In New York City.SheratonJaclcsonvilleHotel.
Robert E. Hampton announcedthe when complaints are not resolution of the problem througha
results of a government wide resolved informally, hearingswill trained EEO counselor. S
.survey which covered the periods be conducted by commission The counselor, working
M from July through September trained examiners from an informally with managers,
1969, the first three months in agency other than the one in supervisors, and personnel
which new procedures designed which the complaint arose. offices, has 15 work-days to
to resolve discrimination From the first of July throughthe achieve an informal resolution. If GULF LIFE CENTER
SHERATON HOTELS AND MOTOR INNS. A WORLDWIDE SERVICE OF XXX
complaints informally were in end of December, informal resolution cannot be {
effect.In commission offices had received achieved, the individual has the
the period covered, 2,744 24 requests for EEO appeals right to file a formal complaint of
employees sought out EEO examiners to hear discrimination discrimination.This .
counselors in all federal complaint cases.Commission calls for impartial A Four Course Dinner
agencies. Only 257 formal analysis of cases investigation,further attempts at
filed in the reported as closed since July 1 informal :settlement, an
complaints were For Less Than OM Dollar.
quarter,about half of the number indicated that agencies are opportunity for a hearing beforean
filed in a comparable period responsive to the need for independent third party
corrective action brought to light appeals examiner (usually a
under formal procedures.
Additional commission study by the investigation of commission employee) who Who says A Dollar Doesn'tBuy
complaints, Hampton said. Of 282 makes a recommended decision,
r----------. cases studied, the employing and a decision within the agency. Much Anymore?
I I PHONK 3..838 II agency had taken corrective Complainants have further
1i action in 85,or 30 per cent of those appeal rights to, the
1 cases. In more than half of the 85 Commission's Board of Appealsand
i::; & (G cases the corrective action Review. 1. French Piping Fries Hot

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JACKSONVILLE FLA. 322O4WANTED I'I 0 2. Large Frosty

II II SHRIMP or CHICKENALL Soft Drinks

USED CAMERAS AND I YOU CAN EAT
EQUIPMENT WE PAY 4
TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 J For On/y.$1.19

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14 JAX AIR NEWS. AFTERBURNER MAY 7, 1970

.. .. v
o ? ., Swimmers ReadyFor
"'!'
,, '
';'-\1<

r"x {'" Meet May 12 J't


Jax -The NAS Swimming and
Diving Meet for all teams
participating in the intramural
Fa' program will be held Tuesday,
w3 May.12, at 2 p.m. in the Indoor
Pool.
The meet will have nine y
swimming events and one diving
event with team points awarded
toward the Ironman trophy as
follows: 500 for first, 400 for
second, 300 for third, 200 for
t f' :"', fourth, and 100 for each
""h, :t.I' additional place. Also individual
"'%r. "t tfftt trophies will go to the winners
';,;:\;: and runners up in each event --
and a team trophy for first and r- '
HELLRAZORS TAKE TITLE -- VA-174 of Cecil Field' captured the second place teams.
ComFairJax Bowling Tournament last week at Jax Bowling Lanes Check in time is 1:30: p.m. For (
and this week are competing in the Atlantic Fleet Championship at additional information contactthe
Newport, R. I. Team members left to right are: Cal Roberts, Rob Athletic Department, Ext.
Blauvelt, Art Waller, Burl Burch and Spoon Spunaugle. 3239.

Thursday Scores ;: .' officer R. E. of the Duval Sheriff's
TIPPolice Kennedy
> SAFETY
:,...* \ >; : ,
r. > v' > ii! &d i. '
: :"iv< A.., Office points out a repair lob that should be done soon. The brake
Weapons 10, VW-4, 5 ; :" : '' '>, 4,';' ';>K; :{
VP-16 10, MARTD 6 : y,. handle was bent when the cyclist spilled the bike. Officer Horton, in
Hospital 4, Air Ops 2 the back,agrees that in an emergency situation the bent handle could
ComFirJax 19, A-C Maint. 18 > prove to be dangerous to the cyclist as well as surrounding traffic.,
;'' :'
NARTU 10, 679th 5 ',,"/1\(" ,

Monday's Scores '
Admed 15, MAD 0 }
NATTC 12, FWF 0 ,

FAETU VP-4512, FICEUR 12, 3 Mets 3 d? f I Reauired to See Film

Numba 9, GEMS .

TIRE CITY Jax -. The Duval County Security offer many safety tips
Sheriff's Office in cooperationwith and advise. Helmets should be
FLEET DISCOUNT TO NAS Security is presenting a worn for the cyclists protectionand
NAVY PERSONNEL lecture and film about Florida state law requiresthat
ALL MZtSRECAPS motorcycling safety that is they be worn. According to
required for all motorcyclists Grundig, station regulations
SSJ8 aboard NAS Jax. require a sailor in uniform to
The film and lecture is wear a white helmet.
plus t SHOCKSSS.55 FINISH LINE A placid finish toM Mid-SNring Regatta hosted fey designed to point, out traffic Protective clothing such as a
the Navy Jax Sail Club last weekend produced two winners from the hazards and roadway courtesiesthat
leather jacket, boots, slacks and
local entries. Al Johnson of Navy Jax captured the Day Sailers event cyclists and drivers often
gloves are suggested for the
plus labor and fellow clubmember Dusty Rhoades took the Rhodes Bantam race. forget.
cyclist. Kennedy advised bike
388-7371 Bill Todd of Sanford the Windmill class,
Academy won Roger Aggettof
The film,entitled'The Invisible riders to stay upright on the biketo
2 Cassat Ave Daytona Club placed first in the Open division and Howard Marshall demonstrates '
Circle' through avoid 'asking for a spill. Keep
from Daytona was first in the Starfish actual traffic situations the the tires clean to aid in good

t accidents that could happen whena traction by avoiding grease on
,,1 r driver and cyclist are not alert highways and in splotches in
and watching the traffic parking areas. Many
developments. The invisible Jacksonville roads are made of
circle is that area surroundingthe asphalt and oyster shell and
cyclist that is considered his become very slick when barely
. E margin,of safety. A car or road sprinkled with rain or water.
hazard entering that area behind, Yellow stripes painted in the road
. beside and in front of the cyclist are slick whether wet or dry.
puts him in dangar.
. !; 411111111 The lecture and film required
> 'i During the lecture, questionand attendance for all cycle drivers
. 111111111lA answer period police officers aboard NAS, is presented on the
R. E. Kennedy and John Horton last Wednesday of each month in
'along with M. J. Grundig of NAS Bldg. 600 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.



Colonel Sanders cooked chicken

foryour fishing trip, .



aRFj Sowhy should you? \\cJ//

I ;

+ You can pick up Col. Sanders' Kentucky Fried Chickervat:

\ i 3a ORANGE PARK: 1206 Highway 17

GREEN COVE SPRINGS: u.s.17, at state Rd. !16


CHIEF SAM FILSTRUP LOVES OUR


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MAY 7, 1970 ,.
JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 15

Special Services Stables Offer


Offers Summer Riding ProgramJax


Swim LessonsJax The riding Stables at
NAS Jax has started its summer
All dependent children program of classes that will offer
five years of age and older may military personnel and
register for summer swim dependents a greater opportunity
classes. to learn riding during the next k
There will be five two week few months, according to Dan 4 MNy r'1ck
sessions beginning June 15, June Sandy, director of the stables.
29,July 13, July 27 and August 10. The classes are held on
Classes will be conducted from 10 Tuesday through Friday until
a.m. to 10:45: a.m. and 10:45: a.m. September and this will enable
to 11:30: a.m. Monday through students an opportunity to join.
Friday. The first class of the day
Beginner classes will be taughtat convenes at 9 a.m., followed by
the second morning class at 10.
pools lOA and 14 located next to
the Officers' Club; Advanced Two afternoon classes, also an
Beginner classes at pools 36 and hour in length, run from 4-5 p.m.

37, located behind the Main RECORD CATCH James E. and 5-6 p.m. TIME TO SADDLE UP. Two dependents prepare to hit-the-trail at
'Students that
Exchange; Intermediate, Tressler, a Marine corporal at begin the classesin the NAS Riding Stables. The Stable is now offering a new schedule of
Swimmer and Jr. Lifesaving MATSG, displays the 9 V4 pound summer and want to continueto classes for the summer months with instructions for beginners as well
classes at Pool 707 located on Largemouth Black Bass that he a higher level of instruction as experts.
. Yorktown Ave., behind Special hauled from the St. Johns Riverat when school starts in the fall will
be able to do so the classes will classes concurrently in interested in
Services. The cost of these the NAS Fish Camp. The 26- as teaching anyone learning to
lessons is $20 per person per two inch long trophy is the largest be rescheduled to fit into their basics to the competitive riding ride should contact his office, :#
'
week course payable at Bass ever recorded caught at school hours, Sandy stated. level. Ext. 3178, as soon as possible
registration. NAS Jax. He used a live Shiner as Sandy, and his staff of The instructions cost $3.00 per because classes fill rapidly. Each
Registration for these swim bait. professional instructors, run two hour with all equipment includedin class has six students to allow for
the package. personal instruction in the art of
classes is from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
and 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. beginning Sandy recommends that riding.

Monday, May 18 through Friday, Jax Navy Bowlers Place
May 22 at Special Services,

by Building Registration telephone.704, Room will not 102.be taken Third in 6ND TournamentJax Why Do You See



irs VOW COtlNTW.., The Jax Navy bowling placed fifth with 3,295 pins. Larry
--** ,. team placed third among 13 Draeger of Memphis won the So Many Of These
I :'- -.,., 'tfZ.ggf : teams last week in the Sixth men's title with 3,451 pins.
w Naval District Bowling Another Jax distaffer rolled the _
... Tournament at NAS Key West. high game for the tourney in the
MffMESLITUPf The Jax keglers totaled 15,896 opening round. M.A. []
pins with NAS Pensacola taking O'Donnell won that honor with a
first with and NAS .
16,197 points 189 game
-.J\-\ "'_.
.
'. Memphis runner-up with a total
15,986. Swimming Pools
Jax's Rose Wheeler grabbed

Tab StOCK HI AfllWKCl individual honors at the tourneyas Open Saturday
ww.hy.ru1Sand. she placed second in thewomen's In Jacksonville
division with 2,913 pins. Jax The NAS Jax Special
That,championship was won by
Services Office has announced
Laura Burke of Pensacola with Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are
2,962 pins. swimming pool hours for the sold in Green Cove Springs,and why there should be so many
In the men's individual summer months. modern, completely staffed new car franchises in a
NAVY Les of Jax Pools 10 and 14 (Officers' community of this size? For instance, in what other town of
championship Spitzer Pools) and 36 (Enlisted will be
) less than 3,000 population willyoufind offered complete lines ,-,
open for weekend recreational of Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, and all other major American
swimming from 12 noon to 6 p.m. auto manufacturers?
beginning this Saturday, May 9.
E.fI'oUR 5OJN6W Pools 419 (NATTC) and 37
(Enlisted) will be open May 16. It
\, SarroV" ,- is tentatively scheduled for all
INSURANCES
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...; noon: to 6 p.m., beginning about a,kt
June 9.The .
pools will be closed on the
following days each week for
ttNr PfESfMRf cleaning: Officers' Pools .
After Down Monday; Enlisted Pools y 6jN 1 Z: F y pY
Payment Tuesday; CPO Pool .

25 and over Wednesday; NATTC Pool b'f,7 K 1b, ..

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After Down
Payment f. /)/) ( Thousands of persons every year are discovering that
19-24 'automobile row' in Green Cove Springs is only a short,
pleasant drive from wherever they are, and so much easierto
L Hunlti I reach and shop in than more heavily congested areas.
They like the friendly treatment they find in a small town.
They welcome the reasonable prices made possible by the
lower operating costs in Green Cove Springs. They
appreciate the fact that here they are treated as valued
customers, not statistics on a.sales chart.
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v/nient i i Springs, and you'll SEE why so many cars are sold in Green
19-24 J Cove Springs. Our slogan 'Putting You First Keeps Us
A AZ First' is the attitude of the entire staff and management at
Single I: JBjJE)1JU\ll) i Roberts Chevrolet Oldsmobile.

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