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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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City Navy Seek Relief fom EM Housing ShortageJaxIn


a move to get relief and another 1,241 are living in survey showed that there are presumably customers for local housed in on-base quarters, 37 -
funds to overcome the acute housing considered substandard. 3,221 enlisted families connected housing. are unsuitably housed in on-base
shortage of housing for local Another 2,000 enlisted men are with NAS Jacksonville that are 'Of these, 77 are suitably quarters and 1,866 are suitably
Navy families, Jacksonville separated from their families housed in private housing.In .
Mayor Hans Tanzler Jr., and because no housing is available, 10- '
addition 836 families live in +
RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., according to the mayor. ,
flew to Atlanta Friday to confer Admiral Heyworth, who is S uu unsuitable private housing. Of
with federal these 222 live an excessive
housing officials. commander of Fleet Air
The pair discussed the need for Jacksonville, told newsman he distance away from NAS
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local Navy housing with officialsof was also encouraged by the V Jacksonville, 445 live in

the regional office of the U.S. Atlanta trip, and said he felt the substandard housing and 179 pay
than the maximum
Department of Housing and housing officials were more
Urban Development and the understanding toward local allowable housing cost which is
Federal Housing Administration.. needs. stipulated by the Department of
Defense. Another 405 families do
Mayor Tanzler said that whileno lie said the shortage of housing
not have and
immediate help is available he has become a morale problem for therefore housing are
is 'encouraged that the housingwill those families who are involuntarily
be considered in the 71 involuntarily separated becauseno separated. according to the
budget.' housing is available. survey.A

The mayor pointed out that a The admiral expressed his PKY tn preliminary analysis of the
recent Navy survey indicated appreciation to the mayor for LIBRARY survey by the Naval Facilities
there is a need for 2,647 additional taking the time to make the of FLA. Engineering Command in
housing units for Navymen Atlanta trip and said the Navy HISTORY Washington, D.C. shows that 338
attached to the three local naval and city working together on joint one or two bedroom, 234 three
installations as well as ships problems is a step toward bedroom and 108 four or more
homeported at Mayport. 'getting things done for the bedroom units are required in
betterment of all.' \\4i: t addition to housing available on
Morale ProblemIn station and on the civilian
Survey Figures Speak
addition, the survey market, to meet the needs of
revealed that 2,339 Navy familiesare While the major housing Mayor Tanzler and RAdm. Heyworth discuss Atlanta trip after enlisted families at NAS
living in 'unsuitable housing,' shortage is at Mayport, the return to NAS Jax. Jacksonville and'tenant units.W'J,4 .



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Jax-While many of us Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official I I I expression of any
take the Navy Exchangeand military department. The apPt'lirlllt'or advertisements in this publication/ does constitute an endorsement or any military department of the products or services advertised.

its many services for VOL. 28 NO. 8 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 14, 1970

granted, it remains a


authorized requires privilege that and to only as use those such the Two Silver Stars, Bronze Star Highlight



exchange its The services.recently have access Initiated to Medal Presentation at Training Command


requirement that all .
exchange patrons show Jax-Five men attached to NATTC and the brother of a Marine killed

' 'their Identiflcatlon'cards',;- Jn.action JnLVIeJnain! > stepped! forward: at a ceremony. Friday. and ,were.
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presented awards foVservice lo their country: '
whether In our out of ..
Receiving the Silver Star for ,
uniform -- was started to gallantry were Sgt. Bertley V. HM3 Dietz earned his medal for

protect the privileges of all Englade Jr. and HM3 Conrad J. action with the Third Marines in, ,

authorized exchange Dietz. Recipient of the Bronze June 1969 during Operation,
customers.The Star was Lt. Theodore E. Rogers, Virginia Ridge. In the initial
CHC, while Jacksonville City moments of amortarattackon the
requirement to showan
Councilman'John A. Clarkson security platoon he was serving ad
I.D. card wasn't begunas accepted the Vietnamese with the Marines sustained /

an harassment tactic, Military Merit Medal and several serious casualties

but rather for the sole Gallantry Cross with Palm for his requiring emergency treatment.

purpose of making sure brother,PFC Gerald'J. Clarkson, Reacting instantly, he
who killed in action. maneuvered 35
was unhesitantingly
that those buying In the
Receiving Air Medals were A01 meters across the fire-swept
exchange are indeed Stanley G. Sanders and A03 JessE. terrain to adminster aid to two

authorized customers. Bradbury. wounded Marines and remainedwith
them for 20 minutes until
and retired _
Active duty
arrived and
Silver Stars another corpsman t
personnel and their The citation accompanying the the two men were moved to

bonafide dependents have medal to Sgt. Englade read in relative safety. When the
unlimited exchange part: 'For conspicuous gallantryand intensity of the attack increasedin .1\\

privileges while intrepidity in action while another sector, Dietz
became exposed to earned Silver Star for Vietnam heroics. Chaplain
reservists weekend serving as a Squad Leader ... fearlessly Sgt. Englade
on Early on the morning of April 4, hostile fire as he crossed an open Rogers (background) was decorated with Bronze Star for his servicein
duty are limited to what 1968.Company E was occupyinga field, 100-meters wide, to reach Vietnam.
they can purchase in the 'night defensive position. other wounded Marines. Duringthe
exchange. Suddenly the Marines came next two and a half hours of

under intense ground attack. continuous fighting, he moved '
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Different types of I.D. *
When the Marines sustained back and forth across the
cards authorize patrons to heavy casualities in one sector of hazardous open area numerous

buy only certain exchange the perimeter, and a gap times. He also rendered first aid

items, and therefore It has developed in the defensive lines, to three wounded North ,
Vietnamese soldiers during the
Corporal Englade unhesitiatinglyrushed
to
become
necessary
instrumental in
which
battle
was
to the vulnerable point,
institute the policy of later
the Marines obtaining
arriving there at the same timeas
having all customers show several advancing enemy valuable information from the \

their I.D. Display boards soldiers. Fearlessly firing at the captives. i

located in the exchangesshow attackers, he killed three, F---
what cards carry full stopping the penetration, and Bronze Star
then steadfastly remained in his ...
exchange privileges.It cited for
precarious position even thoughhe Chaplain Rogers was
his service in connection with
only takes a second to was seriously wounded, until
combat operations in Vietnam
show your card. The next reinforcements arrived. from October 1967 to September R axe

time you're at the check 1968. It was during this penoa .. 1
,._ -i iCouncilman
out counter, If you'll have that Chaplain Rogers made F "n ...
visits to the in the "
your card ready, you can OW4W' frequent troops ,
forward areas as he worked 'II
be checked out ": J
more
tirelessly to enhance the morale / 'I I
quickly. You'll be and spiritual welfare of Marine 1"\41
protecting your exchange *4'f personnel of all faiths. He ; \

privileges and at the same, '* ; r continued to give selflessly of his
time Identifying yourselfas MW i6,1c time and energy when he was

an authorized folic s i0R FRI4DOM later reassigned to another unit Clarkson... HM3 Deitz...

customer. Continued on page 2) received .brothers medals winner of Silver Star ,


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Armed Forces DayIn T e, y r .vK:


his Armed Forces Day message, President Nixon saluted the m fJJ ice
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courage and devotion of the men and women in the military services:
'They perform the demanding and often grim tasks of our forces for ,:.E: = mXIIIIml:1: : : **,,,,.-_, 'I<<<<<<',"'..
freedom as resolutely as their forebears have done, earning our
gratitude for their quiet performance A difficult duties.' i LWc# CATHOLICNAVAL
lie added, 'On Armed Forces Day they report to the nation on their
contribution to keeping America free.' 4:; .

Thus, Armed Forces Day has a dual purpose. It is a day to pay ____ AIR STATION
tribute to the Americans in uniform, and it is a day when men and ___ Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
women in the armed forces can report directly to the American Sunday Mass : A.M.
people on their state of readiness and dedication to the task at hand Daily Mass 11:30 A.M.
protecting the nation. ; 1'I Saturday Confessions .
The military services are an investment made by the American ? 10:30: 11:30: A.M.
people to assure the future. Billions of dollars and hundreds of -
: : NAVAL HOSPITAL
: ) -r __ Sunday Mass 8 A.M.
MAY

1 REPORT TO NATTC
Sunday Mass 930 A.M. .
r NATIONthousands COMMISSARY CHIEF SHIPS--SHC Angelo F. Carollo, an 18-year Bldg. 500
veteran ships over for two years at the Commissary Store. LCdr. V. L.
; kA l Reider administered the oath to the chief who serves as CommissaryStore PROTESTANTNAVAL

shortly.! Procurement Supervisor. Carollo plans to receive new orders

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PEoP RCES Sunday Worshlp- 10 A.M.

NAVAL AIR STATION

of young men and women are part of this investment. The Jl&JWl Sunday
desired result of all this is a firm assurance that the nation which they Holy Communion 8:30:

helped build, and are building, will continue as a strong force working A.M. Bldg. 750
toward the betterment of man. Church School (all ages)
be what will amount to The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different 9 A.M.
will
presenting
the armed forces
This May 16 meal schedules. Dining Hall No. I, Bldg., serves weekday meals as follows: .
'stockholders' report to the people. Perhaps you will be one of thosein breakfast 6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. dinner \\ a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to Junior Church (Nursery
command assisting in an'open house,' marching in a parade or 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. grade 6)) 10 A.M.
your will be doing is helping to give the dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m./ supper 5:00: p.m. to 4:15.: Both Dining halls ob Divine Worship Service
exhibit. What
arranging an you serve the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a.m. to
American people a close look at the results of their investment.It 8:30: a.m.;brunch'::30 a.m.to 12:30 p.m.;and supper.4 p.m.to5:30: p.m. 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
is the people from whom the men and women of the armed forces Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 Junior Youth Fellowship
cents dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for SO cents.
honor
draw their responsibility, resources and support. As the people 1 P.M. Bldg. 722

those in uniform, it is fitting they should be able to see that the trust of Friday, May 15 Senior Youth Fellowship
the nation's defense is being carried forward with energy and 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
I Dinner j Supper
dedication. AFPS)
BreakfastHot Oatmeal I E Buttered Egg Noodles .
Ham Omelet I I Natural Gravy \Broccoli Polonaise Senior Choir Rehearsal
Deep Fried Fish j Washed Potatoes \Baking Powder Biscuits 7 P.M. Bldg. 750
Portions i Seasoned Green Beans (Chocolate Pudding
Aside i
Sat Tim
to WorshipBy Hash Brown Potatoes S Spice) Cake \Whipped Topping ThursdayChristian
Raisin Rolls I E Butter: Cream Icing
Science Ser

Lt. Jack Rogers, CHC Saturday,May 14 vice 8 P.M.

Early BreakfastHot Brunch Supper
Grilled Pork NATTC
Chops
Grits Barbecued Beef
Eve was given to Adam, and the word 'Helpmate' was Eggs to Order French Fried Potatoes Onion Gravy Divine Worship 12 P.M.
mentioned. Man was not created to be alone. He likes Griddle Cakes Buttered Fresh Frozen O'Brien Seasoned Potatoes Succotash Bldg. 500Evening
Broiled Bacon Slices Mixed
and needs companionship when he is performing almostall Cake Doughnuts Peach Crisp Vegetables Raisin Nut Cups Worship- 6 P.M.

the functions that make up his life. I'm sure only one, Bldg. 500

fan in the stands watching a winning grand slam home NA TTC

run would have had less enjoyment than the thousandsthat Sunday, May 17

did individually.We MedalsCon't

treat God so casually, no wonder the phrase 'Godis Early BreakfastHot Grilled Brunch ,;Supper
Farina Cheese and Steaks ( from Pg.l)
dead' was originated. He seems of little importance to Eggs to Order Bacon Sandwiches j/Mashed Spinach Potatoes and his loyal devotion to duty
us, the we perform In this world. French Toast Potato Chips I|Buttered Peas and
way
Grilled Ham Slices Hot Baked Beans Carrots earned the respect and
Many have said, 'I don't haveto be in a Chapel to prayor Iced Bear Claws Ice Cream Cups I Blueberry Pie admiration of all who observed

to worship, I don't need the fellowship and warmth of him.

companionship when I express my love to God.' Man PFC Clarkson was killed in
Monday,May II action Sept. 8 1968 and the
,
can show more expressed love for a pet, he can show
citation accompanying the medal
more eagerness to fellowship at a sporting event, yet BreakfastHot Dinner read: 'A serviceman of courage

man can't set aside a little time to worship God in Grits 'Beef Rice Soup i 4 Supper; and rare self-sacrifice, he
communion. with his fellow man. Eggs to Order BreadeB Veal Cutlets I}Pizza Baked:: Pie Lasagna displayed at all times the most

Soon we forget even to worship, then even to pray, and Minced Hash Brown Beef Potatoes on Toast Mashed Brown Gravy Potatoes \Cuban Bread tactful cooperation while aidingthe
Buttered Brussels Sprouts Armed Forces of Vietnam to
then forget God exists. Cake Doughnuts Boiled Fresh Frozen :
Fruit Gelatin
Vegetables [Whipped repel the Red wave undermining
Peanut Butter Cake Topping
South Vietnam and Southeast
Butter Cream Icing Asia.'

Receiving the Air Medal

Take stock in America Tuesday,May 19 (Bronze Star in lieu of first
award) and Seccnd through 23rd

Buy US.Saving* tomkJTAX Strike-Flight Awards, was A03
BreakfastHot Dinner Supper Bradbury. He was cited for
Oatmeal French Onion Soup Beef Pot Pie with
Eggs to Order Roast Turkey Biscuit Topping heroic and meritorous
Hot Griddle Cakes Natural Gravy Buttered Egg Noodles achievement in aerial flight as a
Baked Sausage Patties Mashed Potatoes French Fried Cauliflower door gunner while serving with
Cinnamon Rolls Corn Bread Dressing Southern Style GreensIce Helicopter Attack Squadron
Buttered Fresh Frozen Cream Cup
AIR NEWS Broccoli Three during missions in supportof
Pumpkin Pie Allied Forces from Sept. 1968
Whipped Topping to Dec. 1989.

Also receiving the Air Medal

The JAX AIR ,NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Wednesday,May 20 (Second through fourth Strike- .
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Mr Station Flight Award) was A01 Sanders.

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a BreakfastHot Dinner Supper Sanders served in Vietnam from
private firm AH Copy.submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Farina Cream of Potato Soup Savory Baked Chicken Dec. 1968 to April 1969 as, an
to Order Yankee Pot Roast Chicken Gravy aerial
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Eggs French Toast Vegetable Gravy Mashed Potatoes gunner with Heavy Attack
Jacksonville, by 12:00,noon on Monday before publication. News Deep Fried Fish Rice Pilaff Black Eye Peas Squadron 21.
items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone 772-31 or Portions Buttered Green Peas Buttered Fresh Frozen Captain John E. Kennedy. CO
3119. Hash Brown Potatoes Pineapple Pie Mixed Vegetables of NATTC, presented the awards.PAGE .
Praline RollsBreakfast Applesauce Cake
Fluffy Icing
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
concerning such should be directed to: Thursday,May 21 -TV SAKE

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
Dinner
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VA-44 Officer Retires t.




After 30 Years ServiceBY


: ANS K.M.DUGAN,PAO, VA-45

On Thursday, April 30 at leadership, competence, and
Hangar 67 the 'Blackbirds' of depth of perception. He noted in
Attack Squadron 45 turned out to part, 'Your enthusiasm,
asknowledge 30 years of untiring initiative, and dedication have
devotion to duty, exemplary contributed immeasureably to
conduct, and the highest the extreme effectiveness and
leadership qualities as Lt.John S. excellent reputation that this 1Y
Palmatier was 'piped over the squadron enjoys.'
side' for the last time. Lt. Palmatier leaves behind a
In reading the letter of commendable record of a.;
appreciation, Cdr. A.H. Hinman, accomplishments and ar
commanding officer of VA-45, achievements. At VA-45 he
praised Lt. Palmatier's demonstrated admirable skill
and knowledge while serving as

Three ARC officer.avionics In. weapons his earlier divisions career, vJ j

after enlisting in the Navy, he
advanced to CPO having i
Volunteers'Copped' only six years of naval service. In
1957 he served as a senior chief
aviation electrician's mate and
RETIRES AT VAil .. AECS was appointed to WO-1 in 1958.
Daniel S. Robinson is piped Later he was appointed to CWO-2
ashore by his fellow Chiefs of before becoming an LDO ensign.
Attack Squadron Eighty Seven. Lt. Palmatier had a special
Robinson came to VA-87 in Juneof Cecil Mrs. F.M. McLinn philosophy while serving in the
1968, after a Southeast Asian entertained the American Red Navy: 'Take advantage of those
deployment with the 'Golden Cross Volunteers in her home opportunities which present
Warriors' aboard the USS Friday with a luncheon after themselves,' which he said he
Ticonckroga. which three new volunteers who always did. He also encouragedhis

.. recently completed their trainingat enlisted personnel and Juniorsto
--
the Cecil Field Dispensarywere abide by this philosophy while
capped: They were Mrs. striving to better themselves.
LT. AND MRS. JOHN S. PALMATIER
Margaret Huntsinger, Mrs. Lt.Palmatier plans to make his

Barbara Peters and Mrs. Auvilla home in Orlando, Fla., with his ;. ....... ...... ..
Wilson. wife, the former Mildred K. Renoof .
N # Mrs. William Aaron, assistant Lincoln Park, Mich., and his TO ALL!
field director of American Red family. WHOLES ALE PRICES
Cross Cecil Field office took the .
To Lt. John Palmatier, the :
opportunity to present special Navy and the Blackbirds say a '
certificates in recognition for special note of thanks and NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
volunteer hours of service in the deepest appreciation for a job NEW & USED'TV SETS
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Also attending the luncheon as WESTSIDE c 77l 07SO

guests were Captain B.C. : WESCONNETT: :...,.::. .. ..::....
Johnson, medical officer at NAS RENTALS
Cecil Field; Cdr. A.J. Jenson, 5829 BLANDING BLVD
Senior Chaplain; Lt. V.G.

-- Rodrique of the NAS Dispensary, We have Me MOVE INTO 'The SPOILER'
and the liaison officer for the
NEW E-8 .. AMCS Albon R. Trailers "..'. "..'...'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.''..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'............................................0:.
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has been advanced to
Sonnentag
Department; Mr. Paul F. Logan, ;,
senior chief at Attack Squadron
__
Field Director, ARC NAS
87. Sonnentag has served thirteen
Jacksonville Mrs. Lottie
and ten months on active ;
years Howard, senior nurse, NAS j5 It1MTADOGAPAFtTMENTS
duty. He came to the 'Golden
Dispensary; and Mrs. Margaret
Warriors'from VA-174 in June of
Smith, medical nurse, NAS
1968 and was awarded the Navy '
Dispensary :
Achievement Medal I for the 112.8411

recent deployment to Southeast K'X-X-X;
Asia aboard the. USS

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4 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER MAY 14, 1970



Data Processing Department Is !tr .



Local Information Storehouse'By S. S


AA Johnnie Rodgers efficient disposition of stations to organize a data
information, while cutting downon processing systems center,
Jax-Keeping financial and the costs of paperwork pioneering the Uniform
material management in check is necessary to keep its customers Automatic Data Processing
a demanding job in the daily operating efficiently.In System for Stock points (UADPSSP -
operations of a naval air station dealing with information, ).
and the NAS Data Processing Data Processing relies heavily on
Department is geared to meet its computers, along with the 'Memory'Bank
that challenge.With latest and most efficient
the aid of computers the operating systems and clerical Typical of data processing
department is keeping abreast of procedures. centers around the country, the
the thousands of statistics and local department consists of the Y s y i s4Q
supply items needed to keep the UADPS Pioneer administration and planning,
fleet and air arm functioning at systems design, and operations
peak proficiency with a constant While computers have been divisions to offer a full range of
flow of paperwork and used at Navy supply centers data services.
information, along with supplies.The since the mid 1950's for The system is designed so that
106 military and civilian processing supply transactionsand information is transmitted by
employees of the local Data maintaining stock records, small punch cards, supply a
Processing Department are NAS Jacksonville was selected as documents or over telephonelines.
concerned with the quick, the first of seven industrial air The incoming data is
_._ stored on the cards and on
----"-- ---- -- ---- s
magnetic tapes and disks for
instant 'recall' of inventoryitems.

.
The department currently has REMOTE TERMINAL From the Fleet Support remote unit in
on hand 7,500 reels of magnetic Hangar 1000 information can be transmitted directly into the
g tapes containing millions of bits computer center in the Data Processing Department.
of information representing the
records of its customers. If the
tape was stretched end to end it
would easily cover the distance
from New York to San Francisco.
Data Processing services the
air station, tenant commands,
Naval Station Mayport, and three
naval air stations in Georgia.
Aboard station, remote
dataterminal machines and key
I
boards feed information into the
data banks of the departmentfrom
the Rework Facility, Supply
and Fleet Support at the VP
/ Complex, as well as from within
the department itself. .

The Computer's Job t
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Computers play major role in R ,
the department's extensive work, 1
KEY PUHCH-Data input is prepared on punch cards from original but in order for the computers to ,

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computer section, displays a pack of 11 IBM magnetic disks. The dataon
these disks can be retrieved at any time.





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I Data ProcessingCon't


( ) programmers received their

function correctly, it is necessary training within the department.
to feed into them the exact
information needed to solve the Data Processing Services

complex problems of keeping ._. I 5
track of thousands of supply Among the services offered by I
items as well as other 'pieces' of the department to local Navy II I

information.The organizations are providing : : 1
job of 'feeding the management and statistical L--
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computer' is handled by the reports, maintaining stock and :::.. '"
department's programmers. financial records and preparingand ,t ....\ .IJIor.oT.f"o't'"",.,. '
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computers, these men and records, checks and savings \ -----
women process'raw information' bonds for civilian employees.All '
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into programs that can be fed into these services are provided i
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the computer for future according to two data processing -
reference. When information is methods. The first is the 'Real-
needed for a report or inventoryat Time' mode of operation, in
a later date, programmers can which a transaction is introducedat =;
extract the information from the a remote terminal, and the 2
computers in a fraction of the computer goes through all the I tr
time it once took many people to steps required to process the at
come up with by reading through requisition and order needed
several files of information. materials. These are then
Because of the shortage of transmitted to the warehouse for
computer specialists in the issue and to the place of the
Jacksonville area in 1966, the original request. The process can
department began a training be completed in less than one hour
program for programmers. under ideal circumstances.The p iet
Fifteen of the department's 21 second method is the most
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Mode processing. In this operation for an indefinite period of time.

N procedure, the input, on punch
cards, is key punched and fed into 'We are constantly striving to necessary to keep aircraft
1 the computer, and from this a provide a data processing serviceto squadrons and ships suppliedwith
report is prepared. Most data our customers that can aid spare parts. We are always
t processing work is done in this them in performing their jobs available to help our customersin
more effectively. We feel that solving the problems that can
way. computers 'have helped be overcome efficiently and often

Service to the Fleet tremendously, especially in the less expensively through the use
supply area in cutting down the of modern data processing
once extensive paperwork procedures.'
The services of UADPS-SP, by
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data processing systems division Steaks
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Suppose You Suspect Your Child. weeds in their children's possession, there's now a
way to determine exactly what they are at no risk
to the parents or their children.
Two months ago, Detroit police began an "Analysis -
Youngsters And The Drua SceneDrug Anonymous" program.A .
take it
parent who finds a suspicious drug can
to the precinct station.
doctors. There he will get an identification number.
abuse?
Children don't abuse drugs What are the chances that your child has experimented Nobody asks for his name or any other informa.

they abuse themselves with drugs. with illegal drugs? tion.Three
And until parents understand why children take By the time he graduates from high school, the days later, he can call the police narcotics
drug, there will continue to be a drug problem,,psychiatrists chances are about one in' five that he's smoked mari- bureau, and give his identification number. A chem-
juana at least once. ist will tell him whether or not the substance is an
say.
It will require an awareness by parents of the Of the teen-agers who have tried marijuana, 75 illegal] or dangerous drug .
emotional needs of their children, along with some per cent will quit after the first or second cigaret.If What the parent does with the information is his
self-education on recognizing the danger signs. your child has gone beyond this point-smoking own business.But .
When teen-agers begin using drugs regularly, regularly or "moving up". to other drugs-there are what's a parent to do when he's convincedhis
there is usually a marked change in behavior. physical signs to look for: child is using drugs?
Think of them as "signal flags." Marijuana will leave a distinctive odoralmostlike Some parents-from sheer anger-call the police.
A child might: sage on a person's clothing for several hours. This action can break the final link between par-
Change his style of dress. When children start on Marijuana smokers experience an unusual appe- ent and child.
drugs, they often acquire a new sense of identity tite for sweets and starches. Users call this a "food Other parents launch into a tirade about the
which will be reflected in what they wear. freak." danger of drugs. They're: horrified by the word
Change his social pattern. This could mean sud- Tranquilizers, obviously, will make a person "drug." They don't stop to think that alcohol and
denly dropping old friends in favor of a new crowd.It sleepy and lethargic. aspirin are drugs, too.
could also mean suddenly finding new forms of Opiates-like heroin and morphine-will cause Most children know more about drugs than their
activities with his old friends. eye pupils to contract. parents, and scare tactics based on half-truths gen-

Change his personality. A child who has been out- ,.., .Drugs. containing atropine (a heart. stimulant) erally will be ignored.
,.
'- .. who
: : Remember that children' use drugs are experimenting -
going may withdraw; the loner may suddenly blos
in much that same way that today's
som.Call for help.It parents experimented with alcohol when they were

takes a willing ear to hear a child's plea for teenagers.If ..
help. a child is beyond the experimentation stage, it
Children seldom speak directly, especially to their usually means that hejs seeking something outside
parents. They'll mask an appeal to protect them- 010' himself; that drugs have opened a gate; that he hasa
selves. problem.
Find out what the problem is. Just listen; really
The simplest form goes something like this: 1
CHILD: "Hey, guess what? Cindy says she's listen.
smoking potl"Translation! There isn't a teen-ager alive who hasn't experi-
: "I've started smoking, and I like it, enced feelings of emptiness, loneliness, confusion and
but I'm frightened because I don't know why I likeit. worthlessness.He .
Help me!" .. .. )df.. is filled with profound philosophical questions.
The parent who doesn't really comprehend will \ \\ Many of which have no answer.
: But that doesn't mean a parent can't listen. .
say may cause the pupils to dilate. A user frequently Drug-taking is an "acting-out" behavior just like
"Stay away from Cindy. You can't see her any- .
more!" begins wearing sunglasses indoors. disrespect for property, accident proneness and de-
then wonder why the child turns resentful. One of the latest drug fads involves a capsule linquency.It .
Another way children seek to attract the attentionof that can be purchased without a prescription-and means the child already has a problem too big
from which
youngsters have learned
to
their extract atro- for him.
parents is to antagonize.
pine.LSD Too often the parent will scream: "You're ruin-
Recently, a 16-year-old Birmingham girl, who felt
unloved told her parents she was going to visit a ment. A type drugs produce a sense of disembodi- ing me!" The child's sensj of guilt, and his feelingof
friend. She user may begin talking about feeling a rejection, can be unendurable.
girl her the
gave parents friend's
name, "oneness" with
address and telephone number-and made a point of "bad love nature, the universe or God. A Youngsters want their parents to be fair, and to
trip" on LSD is unmistakable-the
user is hear them out before
saying she'd be home by 6 p.m. locked in pronouncing judgments.But .
She went to the friend's house and waited by the A heavy a dose personal of nightmare and displays panic. if a child becomes truly "hooked" on drugs,
phone until midnight amphetamines shows itself in a the problem is usually beyond the parent's ability to
desperately hoping her
burst
par- great of activity, total loss of appetite, and inability handle it alone.Counseling .
ents would show some sign of concern for her safety. to sleep. '
They didn't. is needed. It could be a family friend
They waited until she came home then scolded cigaret Parents may also find some drug paraphernalia school adviser, a minister or family doctor-not
papers, hypodermic syringes and needles
a necessarily a psychologist or psychiatrist.
her.It's this bent spoon, unusual tobacco-smoking devices, and incense Very often, the child wants
type of home situation that often pushes burners to mask marijuana's just and needs, an
children into distinctive odor. understanding adult he can talk to. (AFPS
experimenting with drugs, according toBy But for those who find )
suspicious-looking
pills
or (Reprinted courtesy The Detroit News)


continent pictured in the lives of the Thai people.
From the e00K SHELF AUSTRALIA. Irrigation has Buddhism is the state religion,
turned parched acres into lush but it is practiced in conjunction
farmlands. Mineral and oil with a large number of
s deposits promise wealth and hard Brahmanic rituals.
work. AUSTRALIA provides an
inexpensive armchair excursioninto There is a fifty page portfolio in
-- ...- the THAILAND TODAY that tells as
Marcia progressive, busy coastal
Batchelor,
NATTC Librarian (The three describedbelow the art of photography the cities and the mmining ghost well as the text of the

are the favorite choices for ordinary or the desolate takes towns of Western Australia.In modernization unequaled in Asia,
Travel and foreign countries Rest and Relaxation commonly fascinating characteristics. on the same area of the world is except for Japan, side by side

have always enticed people. called R&R, while in Vietnam.) AUSTRALIA by Brander is 220 a small country once called Siam, with ploddingly slow change in
'
Maybe you are one who can enjoy The National Geographic colorful and informative since 1939 called Thailand. the countryside.

the experience vicariously by Society has a well-deserved about the country (also pages a THAILAND TODAY, A VISIT TO The last short stop on this
persuing travel books filled with reputation for publishing continent) and the people. With a MODERN SIAM by Chu itinerary is Hawaii. HAWAII'S

large, bright pictures. resplendent travelogs. Through land area as large as the United introduces the Western vistor to ENCHANTED ISLANDS by

States, Australia has only 12 the smiling people of Thailand. In Sharp unfolds the breath-taking
million people. Most of these live the Far East it is unusual to find a scenery of the 50th state. Six of

GEARED TO SERVE THE SERVICE on the southeastern edge of the stable country governed by a the eight major islands are shown
continent.In constitutional monarch and for the initiated and the

the vast reaches of the relatively free of racial and uninitiated alike.Anyone who has
WATCH FOR OUR interior- referred to as Outbackit economic problems. visited the Islands will be flooded

is possible to leave the first Though full of love for tradition with memories as page after
WEEKLY SPECIAL EVERY WEEK human footprint on the silent and pagenantry, the Thais have page of HAWAII'S ENCHANTED

.... wastes. The biggest reason for modernized their schools, roads ISLANDS is viewed. The
..... the limited settlement of the and businesses. About 80 percentof unfortunate ones who have not

interior is water scarcity. When the population still lives in tiny seen Hawaii can daydream by
\ SpEC1A the rain does come, it is villages. But technology and means of the photographs of the
uncontrolled and runs off or prosperity have pushed out to lush green valleys and mountains,
\ THIS evaporates. It is difficult to reach the farmer and craftsman. blue-green sea, fragrant
describe the varied beauty of the Religion plays a large role in blossoms and friendly people.

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WASHINGTON (AFPS) Between now and June 30, the
District of Columbia Police Department seeks to add 1,200
former servicemen to its rolls.

The Department of Defense is assisting the D.C. Police De-
partment in its recruiting effort by handling some of the paper
work and authorizing early-outs up to 150 days for some ser-
vicemen.
The Army {is executive agent for the recruiting program for
all of the services and employment details are maintained by
personnel offices anti Project Transition offices.
Here are some of the basic requirements set by the District
Police Department, along with salaries and some of the benefits.

BASIC REQUIREMENTSU.S.
citizen, 20-years-old (by June 30)) through 29yearsold.
Height: 5 feet 7 to 6 feet 5 without shoes.
Weight: 144-pounds minimum. PEACE PATROL squadrons flying the P-3 Orion, like the one shown here tracking ? Russian
Vision: No less than 20-60 correctable to 20-20 with glasses. ballistic missile submarine In the Straits of Gibralter, maintain a constant vigil over free world sea
Health: Excellent condition lanes. Its versatile antisubmarine weaponry includes torpedoes,depth bombs, mines, rockets and ail
Education: High school diploma or certificate or equivalencyissued to surface Bullpup missiles.
by a recognized department of education or GED certifi-
cate with scores no lower than 35, with combined score of 225.
COMPENSATION Commissions AvailableFor

Appointees receive full pay ($8,000)) while serving probation.
ary year. Periodic increases for privates are given for satisfac-
tory service until $10,300 is reached. Top Petty Officers
Sergeant: $10,175 to $12,215 Captain: $13,852 to $16, 527
Lieutenant: $11,710 to $13,850 Detective: $9,570 to $11,610 Z : -
Overtime and compensatory time given for performance of Washington, D.C. How would nine weeks of temporary duty
duty or court appearances beyond the basic 40-hour work weak you like to receive a under instruction.
SPECIAL ALLOWANCESA baccalaureate degree and Upon,successful completion of
dislocation allowance is paid for movement of household commission as ensign in the this summer preparatory
goods to Washington, D.C. and travel expenses are paid for appointee regular navy (USN)? session, the candidates are
and his family This is what the Navy Enlisted ordered to designated
t't Scientific Education Program universities to commence studiesat
,offers. the fall term. Prior to
rki If you're a petty officer with at detachment, however, they are
least one year on active duty, it required to have six years of
(.I might pay you to listen. obligated service.
r NESEP candidates must'' be Graduates of NESEP must

United States citizens betweenthe complete 10 weeks of training at
ages of 20 and 24. There are no, Naval Officer Candidate School,
restrictions for marital status or Newport R.I. Following this,

sex.. p they are commissioned in the
Education requirements a'' unrestricted line, restricted
APRIL AIRMAN OF THE high school diploma or three line, if qualified. They must the"
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w. MONTH A1C Ronnie E. Wood years of, high school and a serve a minimum of four years on
Panic PreventersSubmersion was selected as 7tth Radar General Educational active duty.
Squadron's top enlisted man for
Development (GED) test score in
is about the most unpredictable of all auto accidents, April on the basis of his work as a the 75th percentile or above in MIW/ GJ.IILL INCREASED
both in the way the car will perform and the way people will act. Water repairman at the Ground Radio each test area. The minimum EWCATION BENEFITS
causes more unreasoning panic than any other emergency.A Communication Section. The acceptable General
few tips have grown out of actual tests: A car with windows and North Augusta, S.C., native has Classification test Arithmetic
doors closed will float from three to ten minutes.The best escape route.is been with 679th since May 19&9 (GCT-ARI) score is 115. Another
through a window. It is difficult to qpen a door against water after reporting from Keesler requirement is a clear service
pressure, but a window can be rolled down easily. AFB, Miss.Chinooklll. record for the past two years.If .
Power windows may short out, so try to open them immediately. you meet these requirementsand
Tempered glass in the side and rear windows of today's cars can be have one year of obliged m FOR yOU/
broken only with a heavy hard object.A the giants of the service beyond Sept. 1 of the
frnnt-engine car will sink nose first, and some air may be pushed salmon species, average 20 selection year, your next step is CLIPPER/ 'S/LV/ RL/NE/
to the* rear near Ihe roof. When pressure inside and out is equalized, it pounds. But the biggest ever to secure the commandingofficer's CRAFT
taken tackle
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NESEP candidates are .,;.. wzNbw..rwx ,
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three officers EXPERT I;i
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Right now, you're' only 10 minutes away commanding officer.. REPAIR SHOP :;:g

Annually on the second Monday FACTORY
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Examining Center, Great Lakes,
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schools, shopping centers and boating minutes e d turn right on San Juan-Continue past you can buy chicken
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10 JAX AIR NEWS

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Atta Boys & Ship OversPROMOTED I


CecIl Sports By DTC J.D. Brewster ', ;



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Ops 9 0 merits favorable mention.
SOFTBALL
VA.174 8.1 1 1AVORD The fans who whistle, hum and
American League: Laughlin of
54
the 'Three Blind Mice'
sing song
the leaders to 2.2
Ops pitched league Marines
:.1 the waddle on the
'\ a pair of wins last week. Ops VA.45 34 as umpires
i 2.5 reminded that Cecil
Dental field are
blanked Dental 12-0 and routed
Public Works 0.9 Field only fields two umpires for
VA-45, 132. Ops introduced the
newly approved aluminum bat Meadows of intramural games.
American League: balls
Only seven were
(now Alcoa JOINS Adirondackand limited AMD to but three
VA-87 tomahawked out of South Field'sLittle
the Louisville Slugger as the hits, and set down seven battersvia Big Horn last week.

., ;.', :'! ...... a .1 IIL., prestigious names in softball the strikeout route as his
"'"
LCDR John J. AMS1 Hillary Corn of VMS was clanked out hits all over the field. maintenance cres, 7-3. Come American Bowling League:
Carlson of Cecil Field OperationsDept. presented the Navy Achievement Against VA-45, Ops tallied four back Jim Lee, all is forgiven. After an absence of a week, the
., was promoted to his Medal during ceremonies on May runs in the 2nd, and five in the 6th Minder of VA-46 broke up a 4-4 Friendly Midget has returnedand
present rank last week. A nativeof 1. as they took a surprisingly easy tie game with VA-72 by singling is once again proclaiming his
Hillsdale, N.Y., LCdr. Carlson win. home Watkins who had also hit league to be the best at Cecil
has been at Cecil Field since AEC D.L. Smith and PN2 W.M. the USAF Field. Bob Lee of Food Service
Fox
safely. Captain ,
Zellman both of VA-45 received
Scotember of W7. Good Conduct Awards during Urich of AV-ORD bested gift to Cecil Field softball was the astounded even the Midget by
Dentals Olsen in a tight pitchingduel winning pitcher. rolling a career high 602 series.
ceremonies on May 5. .
21. With the score tied 1-1, Mike Ciopryna of VA-72 broke Since Bob carries a 149 average
p Todd led off the bottom of the 7th out of his hitting slump with a this is indeed worthy of mention.
Golf Tourney To with a low sinking liner which four for four effort including a Bob also had high game with a
rolled past the left fielder for a double. lie also scored three runs '233 followed by John Bobbitt witha
Begin Next WeekThe triple. Masterson wrapped up the and batted in five as the Blue 225 and Mike Denno with a 226.
into Hawks downed Varnel 21 other bowlers rolled sets of 500
game by smashing a single VC4146.
18th Annual Men's right field. One of the Dental picked up the win. or better.
p k "" ? Invitational Golf Tournament at players set a new distance recordfor Although tagged had and often, Standings:
Cecil Field is scheduled to tee off kicked gloves after the game VA-83's Smith managed to pitch
with the Pro Am portion on May congratulations. out of several tight jams while VA46No.2 27.13Operations 26.14

22.The picking up his win against VA-82, Weapons 2515
Amateurs, which include VA-174.1, VA450. Until the 105. VA4SNO. 1 23.17
military and civilians over 18 bottom of the 9th inning, Meyer of VA-87 literally exploded for VA46 23.17
\ years of age, will begin their VA-45 matched VA-174's rotund nine runs in the 5th inning and Marines 23.17
event on Saturday with the first southpaw Doole pitch for pitch in went on to complete a rout of VC- VA Dental.174 20.20 19.21AMD
18 holes and finish on Sunday with a scoreless battle. In the 9th, 4,13-3. Meadows bagged the easy 1723
PNCM Thomas C. Fox, of the the final 18 holes of play. Hellrazor Rowe led off with a VA83VA45NO 17.23
Cecil personnel office reenlistedfor All personnel wishing to enter single, advanced to second onDoole's win.Although still giddy and light. .2 16.25
3 years on April 29. Chief Fox the tournament should pick up an sacrifice bunt and came headed over the early morning AMD Food Avionics Service 15.25 13.27
has more than 19 years service form at the Golf Shack and
entry in to score on Johnson's single. birth of another grandson, and
and is considering making the turn it in with $15 to Bill Stott, The Public Works nine lost hampered by a muscle cramp We should like to record for

Navy a career. station Golf Pro. three more games as they sustained in creeping along the posterity the Midget's most

1 dropped decisions to VA-45, 11-0, bases, Gramps Sharp of VA-46 recent statement; 'I don't know
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VA-174, 12.1 and the Marines 11-1. used a 'little' late inning relief who proposed the challenge
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll On Monday, Cullen tried the iron help from Captain Fox in turning mentioned in last weeks paper
man stunt of pitching both ends of back VA-8312-6. but the bowlers of the American

All a doubleheader and came out Voluble Rapid Robert Greene, League are ready to accept it'! So
Ranks Ages second best both times as Dooleof the excellent head umpire and what else is news?

VA-174 and Major Boyers of sometimes animal tamer has
lOW RATES the Marines took his measure. requested this column to make National League: MacAffiehad
both high (222)) and
Burly Mills of VA-174 learned to some favorable comment game
high series ((582)) last Thursday
his sorrow that'an early out' can concerning Cecil Field umpires.It .
EASY night. Bailey rolled 581 and
MONTHLY also mean ejection from the may take some time Bob, but
Harberts 541 had
as 10 men 500
game and a priority on the hot sonner or later your monsters in
series. Team high series went to
PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL water in the shower room. blue will do something which
Admin with 2623. After rolling a

t3\t Wl<<;?{ ]B steady Lockerman 465 was series chagrined all season to,

INSURANCE HIGH QUALITY attain an individual low series of

UNDERWRITERS, INC. = CARPET REMNANTS kM 387. Standings:

Admin 31.9
(Formerly McDougall's insurance)
VA.174 No 1 28Vj-ll'/j
6479 Roosevelt Blvd.' 388 7676 ='IBI.C I DISCOUNTS! VA72 Dental 24.16 24.16

:zi CALL US AI-'YTIME Operations 2317

CHOICE of FABRIC & PATTERNS VA83 Medical .20'/2 22.18.19V

VARIOUS SIZES & COLORS = NAMTD No 2 2020

FIRST COME-fiRST SERVED AMD VA46 14'/2.1723 25V2
lTWflhlCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH NAMTD No 1 1327

I 2025 BLANDING VA APTU.174 No 2 11'/2.11.29 28Vi

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Medical bowling team who

deposited his bowling ball, shoes

WANT CASH? and bowling bag in the trash

receptacle after bowling
Thursday night can redeem same
INC. by inquiring at the desk in the
alleys.

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Florida's New Driver


License RenewSystem


The system for issuing your renewal notice by the first of your
Florida driver license is renewal month, you must contact
changing. Driver license renewalby your nearest Florida Highway
mail begins July 1, 1970. You Patrol Station or driver license
will not go to the court house or office for assistance.If .
substation for renewal. The
Department of Highway Safety you have moved since your vt r t
and Motor Vehicles Division of last license renewal and have not l' t i-'r.
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receive your driver license Department of Highway Safety
renewal notice the Departmentmust and Motor Vehicles Driver i
have your correct address. License Division Kirkman
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through a Post Office Box, General Delivery, or Rural Route,
NURSE RETI RES-LCdr. Mildred M. Smith is presented aa picture of the U.S. Naval Hospital withan
l you may use that mailing address if you also list the locationof autographed frame from Hospital C.O., Capt. C. W. Lewis Jr., upon her retirement from 20 yearsof
your home.Examples active naval service. Miss Smith plans to reside in the Charleston,S.C.area.

: P.O. Box 13 ((1 mi. E. on Magnolia Dr.); RFD 1, ..

Box 34 ((3 mi. W. Blounstown, on SR-20)); General, Delivery r F di

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Charity i

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Luau IsSuccess

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Jax-The Jacksonville Officers,
Wives Club held their annual \
Spring Charity Saturday eveningat
the Jacksonville Officer's I

Club.The Charity Event was an
Hawaiian Luau that included the d 4
traditional welcoming of guests r : i
with the Lei and an Hawaiian
Kiss, the crowning of a king and
Hula dancers. An authentic hula
and Hawaiian war dance, I
complete with 12 pound knives .
and flaming swords was also r N, ,t. .
performed.The \
JOWC tabulations have not
as yet been completed from the HONOLULU HULA..Performed before throngs of gig ling
charity event, but when completethe onlookers. ,The lovely Hula dancers practiced many hours to bring to Wit t
JOWC Board will begin the stage the Hula dance accompanied bythe island melody, 'Song of e'i a
making plans for their donationsfor the Islands.: The two grass-skirted dancers in the foreground are J .
on-station and off-station Capt. D.H. Heile, C.O. NARF and Capt. H.O. Cutler, C.O. NAS. KING KAMEHAMEHA-Cdr. A. 'F' Marsh, commanding officer of'
charities._ Kamehameha of the luau by JOWC
VW-4, was crowned as King
I Jax Club 86 Marks 23rd YearThe President, Jan Chenault. The King was granted his first wish, hula
dancers. Cdr. Marsh was chosen king by penny votes,all of which will

Navy Wives Club of chairman, Mrs. Angie D'Amigo. help the wife protect herself or go to charity. ,
America, Jax No. 86 held their Auto Tags Chairman Becky prevent an attack while she is 8 I p., .a Cplr
May business meeting on the 6th Webb with Joan Hardy as co- alone. The film, entitled
to begin a very busy and eventful chairman. 'Invitation to Violence' will be
month. President Mrs. B. J. Delegates for the Southeast presented at 7:30 p.m. in the
Howard called the meeting to Regional Convention for the clubhouse.The .
order and welcomed new guests, Navy Wives Club of Ameirica Bake Sale for the spring
Mrs. Steven Lewis, Mrs. Ike have been selected. Jax 86 quarter will be held at NARF on
Malendaz. The club also delegates are Mrs.B.J. Howard, May 22.
welcomes Mrs. Bolocanoss, a Mrs. William Brown, Mrs. John May 'fun-night' for the Navy
transfer from Subic Bay, P. I. Morton, Mrs. Thomas Bennett, wives and husbands is scheduledfor
Jax 86 initiated six new Mrs. John Htllis, Mrs. Franklin May 23.
members in a candlelight Perry, Mrs. Stanley Cottrill, and On May 26, wives of Jax 86 will
ceremony, Mrs. Patrick Ray, Mrs. Henry Barnes. Alternatesfor travel to Glynco, Ga. for the area
Mrs. Henry Sexton, Mrs. Conrad the convention are Mrs. Gary council meeting hosted by the
Hardee, Mrs. James Thurman, Hartman, Mrs. Richard Bazar, Glynco NWCA 179.
Mrs. Chalres Lyles and Mrs. and Mrs. Tom Light This month marks the 23rd
George Quam. The delegation will be travelingto year the Jax 86 NWCA has been
New Club chairmanships have the convention by bus with the serving the naval air station, the
been announced, they are: Not National NWCA President, Mrs. community, and the country.
New Shop,Mrs Thomas Woffard, Jeanne Orrall, of Key West. The wives will celebrate the
chairman; Mrs. Gary Hartman, On May 20, representatives of birthday at a luncheon in the
co-chairman; Social Chairman, the Duval County Sheriffs Office clubhouse, May 'l7, 12 p.m. For
Mrs. Richard Bazar; Bake Sale will be presenting a film and this special luncheon the
\, Chairman, Mrs. Sue Wytcha, co- lecture to the club designed ton husbands are invited to share WELCOME-The Jacksonville Officers Wives Club officially
.\I, with their wives the luncheonand welcomed guests at the Officer's Club entrance with the traditional
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large shaded lots, with large patios, street. Water, Garbage & Sewage 15
paved streets, excellent drinking Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus TUESDAY,MAY 19
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CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 0744. Peter Graves and James
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Ph. ((904)) 2843369. Green Cove starring Jody McCrea and
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Springs. small children. Conv. to NAS & Cecil. Hospital: 'Oliver'SATURDAYMAY Dennis Hopper. Color Cycle
SALES PERSONNEL 771-0804. Drama. 'R' G. ((82 mins.)
Dignified part-time, full-tlme, or
MOBILE LIVINGOF JACKSONVILLEAzalea 16 Hospital: 'All Neat In Black
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high commission, training LAKE FRONT COTTAGE Sotckings'
Very excellent ( Mobile Home Park) Mile 2BR., Bath, Furn. all electric, by wk. NAS: 'The Love Bug' starring ..
program company
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near
M. C.
Premo
mo. Keystone Heights.
cooperation. Call Mr. Luther 264-2436 schools and shopping center. Clean, 473.4558. Dean Jones and Michelle Lee. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20
for appt. and reasonable rates. Manager on Color Comedy. 'G' E. ((108

premises. Children and pets ROLLING HILLS mins.) NAS: 'Ace High' starring Eli
.
welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 384 6264. 3BR., 2B., Den, Patio, Ig, fenced, yd. Hospital: 'Five Man Army' Wallach and Terrence Hill. Color
MISCELLANEOUS AC, kitchen equipped. Avail. June 5. NAS Matinee 'Untamed West'
", 10 mo. lease $175. 7813195. : Western. 'M' G. ((122 mins.)
starring Charlton Heston and

FOR SALE Fred MacMurray. Color
10x51, 2BR., Unfurn. Windsor. Like Western. ((108 mins.) KEEP
BI U
BE A RADIO Olt new condition. Small equity and take YOUR
ANNOUNCER over payments 7711950. SUNDAY, MAY 17 y

Recorded message by leading announcer TEMPER
tells you how. Call any hour. AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast .- s .
NAS: 'For Love of Ivy' ems.
3552944. SCHOOLS vup\\
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AUTO AIR.COND. SERVICEWe MG 1100
also service and repair window 1964, $275 or best offer. Needs motor
and central units.Tyler's FLORIDA repair. 7248159. WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN
Heating & Air Cond.
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore) REAL ESTATE SCHOOL
388.5161 Accelerated correspondence course. CREDIT UNION REPO
R.E. law. Prepare for state 1969 Nova,2DR., HT,V-8, 3 spd., R&H, Silling 100% GUARANTEEDUsed
examination. P.O. Box 7403, Jax., Vinyl roof. Clean ready to go. $2250.
GEORGE'SKENNELSDogs 32210. 771.6877. L.F. Nastrl, Reg. R.E. 100 percent financing If qualified. SeeE.
and Cats boarded. Free pickup Bkr. J. Green Bldg. 39 NAS or call Ext. CarsWe
and delivery Est. 1925. Poodle 2431.
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance' In
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and 1.l1j:::! :::::;:;!:;:ft: :.. IAJ A :t1itt.:! : 49 VW SEDAN spection. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced
Edgewood)1389.0064.PORTABLE R&H, $1550. 67 POLARA 500, AC, PB, everything that needed It. And guaranteed them 100 per cent
PS, $1650. Both excellent cond. Stereo for the repair or replacement of all major| mechanical parts for
30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and double check.
Phono radio 21 Inch B&W console
TYPEWRITER$15 'HIDDEN WATERS' $100. 772-3177 work or 389.6874 home. ENGINE TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Remington Lightweight good Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots .
condition. Phone 3531946. Will available. Excellent fishing, boating, 4,VW', HIIIIH. II
deliver, without obligation. 1606 Main swimming. Mobile Home area. Also, 7 passenger sta wag. AC, AM Radio, 1969 VW SEDAN $1495
St. permanent home area.-High, wooded trailer hitch, transferrable warranty. ,
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Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 725-3992. --9 '
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Your choice of one of our new 41 FORD GALAXIE Air Conditioning. ', :,
Bus. with
Low Mileage,
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one of our 4 drawer desks for it.. Cashor REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for 1969 VW SQUAR E BACK
terms. Ph. 771-9106. map,sales and rental list. Call Powellor $2395
Mills, USN Ret. 264-2411. Blue, Auto trans., Air conditioned. _,

f Mary VW'sl W3' to 1"5 T Choose From
LIVE CRABS and FRESH FISHWillford's ORANGE PARK REALTY A ,
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY.
Fish Camp 2649701.
LIVEL
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NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS WATERFRONT HOME
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape Orange Park, 4BR., 2B., Ig. fireplace, DEER SPRINGS ESTATESUatiRiltMvKeysttMNti 1965 1 YW SEDAN $
players. At dealers cost to liquidate cent h & a, dbl. car facilities, modern 750
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. kitchen, Intercom throughout, Ig. HAPPY FAMILY FUN A 'little, r.t good transportation.Handyman's .
dining rm., Ig. fam. rm. Call for appt. 45 musts:his/In dream. Sold as Is.
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MOTHERS LEFT UNCLAIMED DAY LAYAWAY Dishwasher, Carpets, Drapes. REALTOR 356-6849 'BONNEVILLE $1475

Universal Console Model ,Zlg-Zag Elizabeth Apts., 771.U05 or 771.3355 4 Door Hardtop, White with Gold Top, Air, Auto. trans., R & H.

Sewing Machine, brand new, original Power Steering and brakes.
guarantee. Pay cash or $8 per mo. '
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obligation. 1606 Main St.RIDERWANTED. COME WHERE THERE! P ARE! Air, Auto trans., PS and P B, R&H.

'68 OLDS DOOR $1785

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expenses.._3871295. '. .

'67 MUSTANG ;.,:'!I. $1279
FOR SALE V 8, Auto transmission. :
22,000 BTU Air Cond., $135. 7739 tonightswinning '
Pinnacle Dr. < '
MUSTANG ,7 *, $1000

6 cylinder, standard trM 'mi. ion. ..' .

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Texas by way of Jackson, Miss. Share races Station Wqon, Ar: PS R &.H, w ..;. ,. .' "
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people of the Naval BUNG 149295,however,was not ........ '"

Air Rework Facility are faced destined for an 'early grave', = 1":1t ..I'.If." .. ;)' ......... ... J I -
with many challenges in the day- especially when the NARF ,.....l. ) S' fl. ;; -;_ .. < r fl'(1) ',- '. -,
Jacksonville Planner and 'r &&or .....i
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to-day work situation. The : c J' i' ;

challenges range from the 'not so Estimator viewed her potential in eA". r.1 I ",: 1't_ ;, .. '. t. ... _. '.. ":' I
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difficult' to those which are more the light of the Navy's need and ..... ,, :,,c,;M't,; 41Jl>;
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complex and which demand the'know-how' and capable skillsat k'I'f'00.:,: .., 'Y"frY1i.S ,.,. f,. '. '
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NARF's best brains and skills. the Rework Facility. .:... '
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difficult challenges. This aircraft Rework Facility undertook the II 't 'W _..11.: < \t\j:
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arrived at the Rework Facility in impossible task of'doctoring' ,, ""...,.. "' ,. ';(. .. .w...). .._> :" '" "" :I" ]'j'"'"'-'
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her ailments. .to. ,. ,.... "'. .
a sad condition following a many : .f'"t .oIf WM" .J. Too< ", ,4t,11t.W\; :: :
landing accident which chould Today her status is FRI (Readyfor .',. .f... ..tI"-. : '. ,tIo.". ;'i..". ..!t f" :; F..# f.:..t.. .. .t. #!L'1 1'\ rr 'olt7P"j7. t." 'l.'if :J'.i' ,
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have resulted a 'survey,1MAC e'd: "' 1"; .:., .,..' j.,.. ... p.:;' ." .. :? \( (. :. "
ferry crew will have deliveredher : ,
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With her sleek and almost new
Advised to Meet coat of finery and a new set of
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mission equipment equal to any
demands, she is ready to fly in
Flight ScheduleJax defense of her country.The (.

skill and'CAN DO' spirit of ,< .> '.,
the NARF Jacksonville people ? ) ;
'no-show passenger is za
with confirmed reservationfor have put No. 295 back on the :
one a ,
149295 s
a specific flight via the flight line.
Military Airlift Command As pointed out by Captain. D.

(MAC) who falls to check in at H. Heile, commanding officer of
the appropriate, MAC Air the Rework Facility, 'what the .W .. w w. .. -SS-- .:.....:....

Passenger Terminal, passenger people here at NARF Jax did for

counter, in time to be processedand 295, highlights one of the many
manifested for that flight. reasons why this facility is so
This failure to report as vital and indispensable to naval
'
ordered causes revenue seat aviation.

losses to MAC, thereby
increasing the per capita cost of

MAC operations, which must I e I

services.ultimately be paid by the military z '


If you have been ordered to Barber (to new helper): "nYnYdt.$'"S(e' k ,
report for a MAC flight, and are "Here comes a man for a
unable to report as ordered, shave"
regardless of the reason, reportto Helper: "Let me practice on
the nearest Navy activity and him."
Barber: "All right, but be
request cancellation of the MAC careful-don't cut yourself." RFI-The top photo shows the damaged and foam-covered fuselage of the RA-SC Vigilante that
reservation and new reporting NARF rework crews were faced with restoring. After months of overhaul work it was released and

instructions. tested and given the status of ready for issue,shown in bottom photo


I Five Darters Honored in CeremonyJaxThe i

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VP-45 Red Darters Commendation from Capt. W. J.

honored five personnel at a Pressler, commander Fleet Air
z' ceremony at the squadron'sRota Wing Eleven, for his work while

Spain headquarters. temporarily assigned as a driverto
Cdr. R. A. Mason CO, CFAW-11. Capt. Pressler was
presented Good Conduct Awardsto visiting the squadron while on a

RM2 Richard A. Beudoin, tour of European bases.
ADJ2 Rene 0. Lavigne and AEC AWl William E. Badley was re-
Charles H. Badger. designated an aircrewman in the
AN Dean A. McCreedy was also P-3 type aircraft. He is a radar
presented a Letter of operator on Crew 12.
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PreseNts AwardsAt
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Jax MARTDJaxThe

'RJgtThe'Explosive'70's'Is E Marine Air Reserve r -
Training Detachment presented
awardsof the Legion of Merit and
the Navy Achievement Medal
with combat 'V' during
inspection ceremonies last week.

Retired Brig. Gen. J.F.
Dobbins presented Col. Leo R.
Jillisky (ret.) the Legion of Merit
for his outstanding performanceof
M duties while serving as j;
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Assistant Chief of Staff, G-4, 4th 1
Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine
Air Reserve Training Commandat
Glenview. Ill. L S *.

the theme for the aitnval Housewife Event AWARDS PRESENTATION-Cel Leo Jillisky (Ret) and Cpl.
being held at the Navy Exchange May II through 30. The citation for Col. Jillisky
May Booming George H. Lovell were presented awards by trig. Gen. J. F. DobbinsRet.
specials are to be found in selected categories of small electrical stated that he distinguishedhimself ( .) during inspection ceremonies at MARTD.
appliances,giftwares and housewares.Music plays a large part in our 'through his consistent
homes today and there are specials in phonographs, radios and tape effort to identify actual and

potential deficiencies, he mobilization suceeded in 'fl

providing both support activitiesand :?
higher headquarters with :
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recorders.P" ; &; :
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mobilization requirements of the __ ; ':; .
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aviation ordnanceman, earnedthe } ; J., :
Navy Achievement Medal >tp
with combat 'V' in connectionwith '
combat operations from Oct i :j

1968 to Oct. 1969, in the Republicof < .
IT Vietnam. He 'displayed : :'/'
outstanding professionalism and ... ,.
initiative despite extremely
adverse conditions and the
difficulties of a combat
environment. Working tirelesslyand \ : S S
with meticulous attention to \
detail, he ably ensured the _
expiditious preparation and '
leading of ordnance aboard his :
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squadron's aircraft.' 1

PROMOTIONS-Mondayj E. Hazelton (U, AE'A' school
ALL THE WAY FROM ALBANY. The first RA-5C Vigilante instructor and John W. Gaffney, AE'B'school student were promotedto
delivered to NARF at Jax from Albany.arrived Monday afternoonon Gunnery Sargeant by MAD Commanding Officer, LtCol.' R.P.
this flat-bed truck.The load was 15-feet wide and 13.feet IVi inches Eckmann.
high
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Eagles Off to Drill BURGER KING


With Exotic DancerJaxPatrol

HOME OF THEWHOPPER
Squadron 16 will squadron involved in this
take off from Jax tomorrow to exercise and has a big mission to
take part in a joint-service battle prevent U.S. opposition sub y S'OKAY.I'I.l .
exercise called 'Exotic DancerIII' forces from sinking the convoy. 0
Flight crews will be launched day r 0
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The exercise involves a and night to continuously search f'Jt,M IWd+f BNlit r
simulated assault on a North for'aggressor'submarines and to USE BURGER KING'S
Carolina beach with VP-16 attack them. CONVENIENT ENTRANCE
performing antisubmarine ON ORTEGA BLVD
operations to screen for the Navy DURING CONSTRUCTION
Task Force Convoy conductingthe OF ROOSEVELT BLVD.
amphibious landing.The .
Eagles will practice ASW
tactics, shipping surveillance,

blockade techniques, during and the quarantine two week (-O-R-R-E--'-IaNilIN !! JQ.

exercise. : 4' 4 (
The main mission of VP-16 will oo
be providing protection from sub- LAST WEEK'SJAX &Itm
surface and surface ships that NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION AD THE WORDS.. <
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Y CAPTAIN SHOWS APPRECI'ATION.HMC Larry DuFrato acceptsthe
thanks of Capt. L. W. Teller, OinC of Disease Vector Control
Center, as he receives a Letter of Appreciation for his 4.0 work the
Servicemen Certificate of past three with the Center.VP45 .
to Receive Presidential Appreciation Y years."..."'f.. \ .,

WASHINGTON (AFPS) (Military Personnel Policy), the 25, 1970. According to its provi- .
The President has approved a certificate "expresses the ap sions, the certificate will be (
new Certificate of Appreciationfor preciation of a grateful nation presented to all officer and en
Vietnam-era servicemen.The for the serviceman's devotion to listed personnel whose honor-
certificate, signed by the duty and spirit of sacrifice in able service ends after Jan. 19,
Commander in Chief, will be keeping with the proud traditionof 1969.
presented to servicemen at sep- the military service"Administrative Personnel who were separated
aration centers. details on the between Jan. 19 and the pro
According to Brigadier Gen- certificate program are outlined gram starting date April 80,
eral Leo E. Benade, deputy assistant in a recent directive-DOD In 1970-may request a certificate
secretary of defense struction 1348.22. dated March from their respective service.


I Human Goals Effort Seeks IdeasJax


In an effort to develop harmonious relationshipsbetween established grievance
educational programs in race all personnel within the procedures are already in '
relations to be used throughoutthe armed forces, and to promote existence throughout the armed 1
armed services, the mutual understanding and services. The force requests
Department of Defense has respect for existing cultural constructive ideas for better
formed an inter-service task differences and thereby ways to educate sailors and ..
force on education in race enhancing overall mission Marines on how to get along .... .....
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relations and is soliciting the effectiveness.To together.In .
written recommendations from accomplish this mission, the view of this, those having RE-UP AK2 Robert E. oath of enlistment. Pattengale
individual Navy and Marine task force is gathering data from suggestions are encouraged to Patttngale receives his added four more years to his now
Corps personnel. various sources with the main forward their ideas on how to honorable discharge papers from nine-year tour of naval service.
The DOD force, which has beenin emphasis places on the written improve our education in human LCdr. J. F. Binczak, VP-45
operation since March 31, 1970, recommendations.The relations to the following aircraft maintenance control
was established to meet the task force will not act as a addresses before June 1, 1970. officer, lust before taking the
pressing need to maintain clearing house for complaints asI Marine Corps: Headquarters, It
I U.S. Marine Corps, (Code AO 1'- GOING pays
EQDP) Washington, D.C. 20380. AIR71! L.
Navy: Chairman, InterServiceTask to be
a
Force on Education in Race
I Good things Relations, Office of Assistant .
Secretary of Defense (M&RA), l VW
Washington, D.C. 20311.

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USO CLUB
Navy Relief Fund
Tonight is Free Refreshment night at the USO. Tomorrow attend
Drive ContinuesJax Club Schedules the Beaches USO Military Ball at the Community Center,Jacksonville
Beach from 8 to 12 p.m. The music is by the East Coast Seminary
The Navy Relief Society This is a formal ball,and uniforms must be worn.
began its annual fund drive on On Sunday the 5:30: Vesper Service and refreshments will be
May 4 that will continue through sponsored by the Central Baptist Church. The free feature movie at 7
June 6.The BLUEJACKETS INN p.m. will be 'Gunpoint', On Wednesday, there will be a record hop
Navy Relief is the Navy'sown from 8 to 11 p.m with Al Albert as MC,
., private charitable Tonight's entertainment will be brought to you by the Messengers of
organization that exists to help the Masses. Ronnie and the Soul Society will provide the music FRA BRANCH
the Navy and Marine Corps and tomorrow night through Tuesday,and on Wednesday evening the Fourof Tonight there will be a shuffleboard tournament starting at 7:30: and
their dependents where and when Clubs will take the stage. on Friday evening the music will be provided by Red Edwards and the
there is a valid need created by CIO CLUB Alltones. Sunday night Jim Mann and the Goodtimers will provide the
the conditions and circumstancesof entertainment.
service life. Tonight there will be a special Leon Ashley show with Margie On Tuesday through Sunday, the FRA kitchen is open and ready to
,
Aboard the naval air stationthe Singleton, and tomorrow evening there will be music by Mel Gaden. serve delicious homecooked meals for your enjoyment. ,
Navy Relief Society is locatedin Dancing to John Thomas is featured on Saturday and Sunday nights.
Bldg.953 and is ready to assist There will be no entertainment Monday or Tuesday, but on WednesdayMark BANKAMERICARD*AMERICAN EXPRESS STANDARD
and advise, make loans or give Castle will provide the music from 8 to 12. OILeMASTERCHARGE Credit Cards HonoredROOSEVELT
gratuities to service personnel.
According to Navy Relief OFFICERS CLUB MAIL '"'"
Director at NAS, Capt. S. E.
Wright, there are certain Tonight is Beefeaters Night at the'0' Club from 6 to 9 p.m., and the
circumstances in which an Package St/rt; : is open from 12 to 6 p.m. Tomorrow evening the 'Happy
applicant may expect assistance Hours' is featured from 4 until 6:30: in the Main Brace. Also featured
from the Navy Relief. They are: tomorrow will be 'Sing Along with Phil.' Armed Forces Day will be car washMONDAYTHRU
1. Assistance with family basic celebrated on Saturday with'Stars and Bars' from 5:30: until 7:30: ,and
to living expenses during periods dinner will be served from 6 to 10,with dancing to Mark Castle.
when approval of dependents The Cocktail Lounge will be open on Sunday from 11 a.m. until 11
allowances is pending or when p.m.,and the Sunday buffet is served from 2 to 9. The club is closed on SATURDAY
regular allowances are delayed. Monday,but Tuesday is game night from 8 to 10:30: ,with an A La Carte HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30 PMlooking
2. Temporary assistance for menu from 6 until 9. The Ceiling Zero Happy Hours is Wednesday'sfeature
basic living such as food, shelter, ,from 4:30: to6:30: ,with an A La Carte menu from 6 to 9.
clothing, when unexpected and
unusual but necessary expenses I I
have depleted the family

resources.3. Transportation in special

cases, such as emergency leave,
or when a family crisis or other Things are
real makes
emergency
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4. Assistance with hospital, ,
medical or dental bills of
dependents, in acute cases where ,I'
naval or Armed Forces facilities up.
cannot be utilized. ,: ,:
5. Assistance with funeral \f '
expenses for dependents.
6. Provision of infant's
layettes on a basis of need.
7. Educational loans for '+4+ 't \

dependents 8. Help to to attend keep orphans college. of #, It's your home. It's your castle..

Navymen and Marines in volS', ;t.
elementary or high school. A 1: .: :+jr Vi Y O A4.:y All those home improvements can be
9. Money for vacational
training to help Navy and Marine .* .r <. well within reach. But even the sound-
Corps widows to become self ':' !:: ; ri.k est castle wasn't built to endure
supporting.The .
Navy Relief money you r!> I frever. Things like repairs, repainting -
contribute goes directly to the aid
J and remodeling are
of your Navy and Marine Corps
personnel. Not one cent of any always cropping up.
dollar raised during this
campaign goes to pay relief If you're like most

workers trust fund salaries was or set overhead.up during A people, you take care of the little things

World War Two by ,civilian ''\ and let the big projects wait. Projects
friends of the and
the Navy Relief Navy Society presentedto in 1942. e'y like adding a bedroom or a bath. Building

This money has been, carefully ? a garage Fencing-in your yard.
invested and the interest earned,
pays the salaries and the .. V S O" t Y x Roofing repairs. Landscaping. Paint
overhead incurred by the society ;
ing. Or even modernizing your entire
The Fund Drive, headed by *+
Capt. E. A. Grinstead, is lookingfor kitchen. If you've been putting off improvements
100 percent particiption by S' t
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your
Navy and Marine personnel. See
the key man in your division for '' \ ; tied financially, come see us about a
more information and to make x 8 'S"; !'?$, tdw,
your contribution ,either by the low cost home improvement bap.

pay-roll cash gift deduction: plan or by a .. : It will automatically add to the value' of

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NARTU tN Fliers Host Albany ,


Swims To

NAS TitleJax hJ Rr Friday To Open 1970



-NARTU, powered by the Softball
strength of its relay teams, CampaignJaxThe
captured first place honors in the
1970 NAS Intramural Swimmingand -
Diving Meet Tuesday Jax Fliers Softball As far as a starting lineup is
The NARTU team needed a team opens the 1970 schedule concerned Littletonwill beplayingall
first place in the 200 meter I with doubleheaders Friday and the players to give each a fair
Medley Relay and a second in the ,. 1 Saturday at 7 p.m.when they host look before deciding on his first
200 meter Freestyle Relay to Albany Navy on Mackroth Field. team.
clinch the title with 27 total points This will kick-off a 50-game 'We still welcome any new ball
and edge out runner-up Marine \ .Z schedule for the Fliers throughthe players through the season up to
Barracks with 21 points. By end of July when they will be the time we go totfie districts in
,winning the meet NARTU ready to compete in the Sixth Memphis Coach Littleton
successfully defended its crown NARTU and Marine Barracks display gold presented by Capt. H.O. Naval District championship at added.
after grabbing top honors in 1969. Cutler, NAS CO. Memphis Aug. 3-7. The Fliers schedule consists
Here are the top individual Coach John Littleton is mainly of service teams in
finishers for the meet encouraged with the prospectsfor Florida and Georgia but
50 Meter Freestyle: '' the coming campaign and occasionally play a Jacksonvilleteam
Dick Bauschard, Public Works, ;.' \ commented, 'We have a lot of on an open date. All home
Robert Cousins, 679th -.. .,....,, :.- .' talent on this club. The only games will start at 7 p.m. with
50-meter backstroke: Rick -. :=: !:'-. problem right now is getting doubleheaders slated for each
'. J.,
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Meyer, Dental; Mike Care '. !:, together same
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Hospital. ''.. because of the players also
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MAKE .
50-meter breaststroke: Mike .' ... ". . play intramural ball when we are TfllSSUMMER
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Carew, Hospital, Rick Meyer, "&. practicing.
Dental. ,.:;.;. '1 1w Littleton stated that his top two
50-meter butterfly: Dick hurlers for the start of the season
Bauschard, Public Works; Rick are veteran Von McClure and NII
Meyer, Dental. f; newcomer Ray Beard but also
Fancy Diving: Joe Moore, ,. -ii. : expects to add additional pitchersas
Weapons, Doug Hall, Hospital '!! !! i".1-10. they are available.
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100-meter freestyle: Dick .... "."... -" -T
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Lavin, Marine Barracks .o .J;. '....a;
200 IM Medley: Mike Carew, ... ::;',. \. : .
Hospital, Bob Adams, NARTU -
200 freestyle relay: Marine "
Barracks, NARTU. Pure Service CenterOpen
200 meter medley relay:
NARTU, MAD
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.


Fliers SchtMt road strvkt. ,kk up I delivery I

May 15-16, Albany Navy at Jax; meckiRic en duty '..rle.. I Fortifi Curs
May '22-23, Tyndall AFB at <, -
Panama City; May 29-30,Patrick -,
AFB at Jax; June 5-6, schedule 7719156 103rd & Jammes Road
open; June 12-13, Robins AFB at Jacksonville Florida
Macon, Ga.; June 19-20, Tyndall -:--..'
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Navy at Glynco; July 10-11, ", .,. ",
Patrick AFB at Cocoa Beach; .. 'tt "Jr ,
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July 1718, Glynco at Jax; July 24- 't\. :.. ... ;;r- .
25, Robins AFB at Jax; July 31- ..
Aug 1, schedule open.




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ROTARY HONORS ARMED FORCES.The Jacksonville Rotary Club honored 150
at a luncheon Monday in honor of Armed Forces Week. Among the guests were (left to )
Kirill of the Rotary Club, PN3 A. Lozano, Cpl. T.L. Teal, PNSN L. Gault, RAdm. L.
commander Fleet Air Jax,and Brigadier Emil Miller of the USO.

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Tournament
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\ USS Orion of Norfolk
total of 17,711 pins.
team,made up of !
VA-174 Hellrazors
the FairJax
earlier, totaled
missing fourth place .
pins.

..;L Softball '
VIETNAM I ACTION CITED- In an informal ceremony In the officeof o"r !
Capt. L. W. Teller, OinC Disease Vector Control Center, HMC R. BRAKES
Averette was presented with the Navy Achievement Medal with VP- 5
Combat V.Chief Averette earned the award for superior performanceof FAETU
duty while serving with the First Marine Division, Vietnam Numba
1. Soaring Club Admed NATTC !

\ NAVY Invites MilitaryJax FICEUR FWF

I The North Florida GEM
: Soaring and Glider Club has MAD !
I AUTOINSURANCE extended a special invitation to Mets
military personnel interested in
joining their club.The club meets National
the second Wednesday of each HEATER!
month at 8 p.m. at the John Hospital
Graham Boat Yard on the Ortega 679th
River. In order to become a NARTU
member personnel must have at VW-4
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least 100 hours of flying Weapons
experience and hold a flying VP-16.
After Down license. For additional Air Ops
Pa/men i information call: Joe D'Accardi, ComFair
354-4481 during the day, and 781- MARTD
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