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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1970
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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 o f f 1 cl al expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any ducts or services advertised. #
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VOL. 28 NO.9 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA _t 'r-I IIIr'Tnn\l MAY 21, 1910
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Manpower Expert : : Signalman .



People/ Are Priority' Named TopServiceman .-


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'There: is nothing in the priority which the first termer in the
system which ranks ahead of military services receives and
people stated Assistant what his counterpart in civilian
Secretary of Defense for life gets upon graduating from
Manpower and Reserve Affairs high school, for example. Jax SMI Franklin R. Perry
Roger T. Kelley. (President Nixon said he will ask has been chosen as the
Secretary Kelley made this for a 20 per cent increase for air station's Serviceman of the
comment in an interview while enlisted men with less that two Month on the merits of his
discussing the Department of years' serivce. He is expected to --II I performance of duty as Chief of
Defense recommendations for ask Congress to approve the raise -w-.. the Watch at the Jacksonville
pay actions which go beyond the for first-termers to be effective Shore Patrol Headquarters.
recently approved general Jan. 1, 1971)) (2)) Further Serving in this position for thepast
increase and are independent of recognize that in any ; et I eight months SMI Perry has
I all the all volunteer force. organization there have to be been responsible for all activitiesand
The purpose of the reasonable relationships of pay operations of the Shore
Department's recommendations, within the organization itself, Patrol crew on watch. He takes
as the secretary explained, was which is to say that if you action on complaints receives
'to focus upon the dignity and the increase the pay of your military and supervises reports of
importance of the individual enlisted men, you must give violations. He also maintains
member of the Defense account to the pay received by liaison with local law
Department, whether military the higher rated and longer enforcement agencies and makes
personnel or civilian, and be sure service enlisted men and to the decisions on what action is taken
that we had a common marchingsong pay received by the military ... by Shore Patrol in emergencieswhere
insofar as people and their officer as well. military personnel are
importance to this organization is Among other benefits requiring involved.

concerned. attention, Secretary Kelley listed TOP SERVICEMAN-SMI F. R. Perry, who serves as a watch When not in uniform at the SP
r. .'I,think in accomplishing that, need for an improvement in captain with the Jacksonville Shore Patrol Headquarters the Headquarters he is ready to
'. with the commitments from the service educational opportunitiesand station's Serviceman of the Month for April. serve his community as a
Secretary of Defense, the Deputy military housing. member of the Meadowbrook,
Secretary, the Chiefs of Staff, the 'Military housing is an area Belair Volunteer Fire
-s rVice.Secretaries, we have that has too long been neglected, Funeral Services For 'Department and is a member
in my humble judgment;"'It's'been i"
given new importance to the the REACTteam GreeirCoveSprings.
people dimension of the Defense neglected both with respectto Along with his wife,
Department, and I think it the money spent on new JOG Winne Tomorrowperformed Rose Ann, he spends many free
provides a good point of housing for military families and hours with the C.B.Radio Club of
departure for some of out people with respect to the need for Green Cove.
oriented allowances that take account of Jax Funeral services for Saturday evening in the St. Johns
He programs.explained that the wide difference in the cost of Chief Journalist Frederick W. River off the air station and were The 12-year Navy vet will
recommendations made by the living, in the cost of providing Winne, 36, will be held here involved in an apparent boat spend a free day in St. Augustineas
Defense Department would housing between one tomorrow at 10 a.m. in the All mishap. The boy swam to shore guest of the USO and will
essentially do two things: ((1)) metropolitan area and other Saints Chapel. but a search failed to locate the receive a gift certificate to the
Recognize that there is a serious metropolitan areas in this Chief Winne and his 8yearold chief. His body was located Candlelight Restaurant.
discrepancy between the pay country,' he added. son, Michael, were fishingVP.S's Tuesday morning, some five
miles south of the station. '
0' Blood
The military service will be Type
conducted by Chaplain Jack
Chief Adkins Receives Rogers,with internment to followat
Memory Gardens in Orange Donors Notdid
Park.

Bronze Star for Vietnam DutyJax Staff the The Public of chief Commander Affairs had been Office assigned Fleet on Air the to For Viet QuotasJax


Jacksonville for the past two Casualties from the

AWC Arnett M. ., ry ox. ; vitally important years. He is survived by his Vietnam conflict are in desperateneed
and four
in widow, Shirley, of Type '0' blood and the
Adkins of Patrol SquadronFive assignments an outstandingmanner
children Frederick 12 Ruth 10
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Naval at Jax ha3 been
rendering invaluable Hospital
,
has been awarded the ,
Michael 8 and David 7.
? assistance in accomplishment of assigned to fill a quota of 30 units
Bronze Star Medal for The family is currently livingat
the command mission. week.
meritorious services in Blvd. Jackson- per
4425 Anvers ,
The Blood Bank at the hospitalis
connection with military Through his personal initiative
ville.An set up Wednesday at 2 p.m. to
operations against a t he produced significant results 18-year Navy veteran, handle all donors to fill this
hostile force. '" while working independently on Chief Winne was a veteran of request. The blood is airlifted the
9 ,y t find visits to combat units wherehe Vietnam, having deployed to that next day to troops in Vietnam.
solved complex and unusual country with a Seabee Battalion,
The award was presented in'a' Last week was the first week
ceremony by Cdr. R. T. Thomas, I technical problems associatedwith from Davisville, R.I. the call was issued and personnelat
commanding officer of the Mad ; f the introduction of new NATTC responded with 85
Foxes. y equipment to combat units. units. Generally, however, most 'J

Chief Adkins was cited for his Chief Adkins frequently .InsideEditorial commands and squadrons have '
service in Vietnam from August 1' volunteered to participate in been lacking in their support in I
1968 to July 1969 while serving as .. ground operations and aerial Page donating a pint of blood for this

a Technical-Liaison Team .h : "" flights to insure that operating special cause, according to HM2
Defense '1 ,< ,.' Page 11 Paul of the blood
Member ,y" :' ) ; personnel had a more complete Movies Murphy hospital )
"' a
Communications Planning f center.
Group, in direct support of 't .::' -:-,. ./, understanding of the equipment.A Want Ads Page 11 Groups that plan to donate

Special Operations Division, tt'i./ : \ native of Kenova, W. Va., NATTC Page 5 should make prior arrangementsby
Office of the Assistant Chief of\ o--( -'i' k". Chief Adkins is a 14-year Navy calling HM2 Murphy at Ext
Staff for Operations, U. S. veteran and has served tours Women's News Page 14 2495 before Wednesday
Military Assistance Command, AWC Adkins.... with VP-16 and VR-6 besides his Page 16 afternoon.Individuals should just
Vietnam. tour in Vietnam and with the Mad Sports report to the Blood Center at the
While serving in Vietnam he Bronze Star Winner Foxes. hospital at 2 p.m. Wednesday.


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Remember man deliberately sets out to Your confuse his family.FamilyNo But too many J [1 OJ v U ne

servicemen do just that because they are careless about informingtheir
families of their rights and benefits as survivors of a serviceman. ,'1-
Granted, it is notBpleasant to contemplate what must be done when : %WON fi'v
'I'm not around. But your dependents may suffer needless anxietyand ei' S 1 7f

hardship tomorrow because you did not act today.Do < :' J CATHOLICNAVAL
members of your family your wife, children, or parents know i4 :
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they may be entitled to one or more of the following benefits when you j ,'< < ): '4' ,
die, whether on active duty, as a veteran, or during retirementSix ? ,.f," ''', AIR STATION
month's death gratuityLife Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
insurance _I' 'Jl* 1 J''I' : Sunday Mass-11:00: A.M.

-Dependency and indemnity CompensationSocial ...... ,", 1 ',< Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.
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-Burial : 11:15: a.m.
payments
expenses TO FLEET RESERVE-PN1 Gene E. Baxley is
-medical care in ceremonies at NAS Military Personnel after 20
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And there : NAVAL HOSPITAL
are more, many more.I' "
: service. Baxley worked in the Project
Sunday Mass 8 A.M.


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I The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, NAVAL HOSPITAL
\ a vC meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves week-day Sunday Worship 10 A.M.
\. breakfast a.m. to 7:30 a.m. dinner 11 I a.m. to 1 p.m.;
.. 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast
NAVAL AIR STATION
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.supper 5:00 p.m. to 6:1S.
serve the same hours on weekends and holidays: early : Sunday
1:30 a.m. brunch':30 a.m.to 12:30: p.m.;and supper 4 p.m. Holy Communion 8:30:
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and
cents dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents. Bldg. 750
Church School (all ages)

Friday,May 22 A.M.Junior.
Church (Nursery -
Breakfast Dinner Supper 6)) 10 A.M.

You owe it to your wife, your children your parents to put your Hot Eggs Grits to Order Baked Pepper Chicken Pot Soup and Fried Divine Worship Service-
affairs in order today, so they will know what to do and what to expect, Home Fried Pc atoes Rice Stewed : A.M. Bldg. 750
if it becomes necessary, tomorrow.At Grilled Ham Sitces Creole Scallops and Junior Youth Fellowship
the very least, you should prepare a will, or, if you have an old Sugar Rolls Buttered Tossed Green Rice Buttered 1 P.M. Bldg. 722
one, bring it up to date. Yellow Cake Asparagus Sprouts Baked Senior Youth Fellowship
You should also: Banana Cream Icing PUdding 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
Make certain that your Record Of Emergency Data, maintained by

your service, is current. Tuesday
Maintain a permanent file of all records and documents pertainingto Saturday,May23Early Senior Choir Rehearsal -

your military service. Brunch Supper P.M. Bldg. 750
Let your family know what you are doing for their protection. Hot Farina Breakfast Vegetable Soup
Inform your family of the government benefits they will be entitledto Eggs to Order Grilled Frankfurters ThursdayChristian
if you die. Hot Griddle Cakes French Fried Potatoes Cream Science Ser
Do these things and your personal affairs will be in order. Do it now! Baked Beef Hash Boston Baked Beans Creole 8 P.M.
Cake Ice Cream
Cup
Protect the future of your family. (AFPS) Doughnuts Squash

Upside Divine Worship NATTC 12 P.M

Bldg. 500Evening
Topping'w
Chaplain's MessageGod's Sunday, May 24 Bldg. 500 Worship 6 P.M.

Early Breakfast Brunch Supper
Hot Oatmeal Chicken Noodle Soup Split
Challenge to Man Eggs to Order Baked Ham, Macaroni Grilled ,
French Toast and Tomatoes
Grilled Sausage Patties Buttered Green Peas Baked Traffic
Raisin Rolls
ByLCdr. Lewis E. Allred, CMC Ice Cream Cup Club

Violations
'Where were you when I laid the foundation of the earth? Tell me, if Cake
you have understanding?' Job 38:4: RSV '

In this chapter, God is pictured as drawing near to the person who Monday,May?J following is a report of
sits brooding over the problems of life, and points out that mysteries vechicle accidents and
equally insoluble are all about us. We despair over a mystery forced Breakfast Dinner violations for the period
upon us by sorrow and loss. We cannot interpret it, and are shaken Hot Grits Vegetable Soup 5 11.
Beef Pot Pie
. deeply; but the whole universe is full of mystery. We cannot explain Eggs Peach to Hot Order Cakes Shrimp Curry or Number of Accidents
the creation of the world, the separation of sky and earth, the reflex Broiled Bacon Slices Steamed Rice Italian 5
influences we have upon each other. Light and darkness, wind and Cinnamon Rolls Buttered Brussels accidents this year through
rain, snow and ice, storm and sunshine; the instincts of the animal Sprouts 11 109.
Curry Condiments of
creation these defy man's absolute understanding.We Chopped Beans, Diced of accidents through
discover similar mysteries in God's relationship with ourselves.His Eggs, Toasted, Coconut, 1969163.
thoughts and ways are beyond our grasp, as the heavens are Minced Cherries Pepper number of days since last
higher than the earth. But behind all mystery the Father's voice is Spice Rings,Cake Chutney Sauce in a motor vehicle accident
pleading, that we should trust him.Trust me, and 'let not your heart be
troubled, neither let it be afraid.' Number of Violations

Prayer: 0 God, there are many mysteries in the world, and in Tuesday,May 26 65
human life, and our eyes grow tired with straining into the darkness. 9
Help us to believe in your unchanging love, and to trust where we Breakfast Dinner Supper Driving 1
cannot see or understand. Amen. Hot Oatmeal Creole Soup Roast g through stop sign 3
Eggs to Order Oven Roast of Veal Natural
Creamed Beef on Toast, Natural Gravy Mashed violations 52
Hashed Brown Potatoes Mashed Potatoes' : four drivers appeared
Bear Claws Bread Dressing Devil's : the Traffic Hearing Board
Buttered Green Beans Mocha of the
Fruit Gelatin Icing 14. Disposition
JTAX AIR NEWS Whipped Topping included the following:
lost driving and parking
\ aboard station for
periods; 4 were assigned
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Wednesday,May 27 an eight-hour course
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. driving; 8 received
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Breakfast Dinner Knickerbocker Soup Supper ; 10 were given
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Hot Eggs Farina to Order Virginia Baked Ham Hashed Beef ; 1 was dismissed; 12
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Baked Sausage Patties Pineapple Raisin Sauce 1 fined (U. S.
Jacksonville by 1Z:00,noon on Monday before publication. News Cake Doughnuts Stewed Black. Sweet Potatoes Fresh ) ; and 2 were
Eyed Peas
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or to commanding officers
3119. srssuaa. Cherry disciplinary action.
drivers were assessed 25
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries points.
concerning such should be directed to: Thursday,May 28

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Breakfast Tomato Su
4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville Hot Grits Vegetable Soup
Fla., 32210 Bacon Omlet Oven Fried Chicken Shoe r ,
Telephone 388-2755 Griddle Cakes ChicKen Gravy Beans i 3
Mashed Potatoes
Deep Fried T ish Portions )
VOL. NO. Home Fried Potatoes O'Brien Squash
28 9 .
MAY 21, 1970 Sugar Rolls Buttered Fresh
Frozen Broccoli_
Butterscotch Brownies Fruit
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i 1j Exchange


4i Patron ID



A 'Must'In

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order to properly protect i.
11 1 your privilege of purchasing at
the Navy Exchange, a number of S
control measures must be used. 't
these is the _
Foremost among
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system of identification whereby
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only authorized patrons are
dt r'1rs 9 accorded Exchange privileges.
I Armed Services IdentificationCard t '
(DD Form 2)) or Uniformed S : *
Lt. Sheppard swears in son. Service Identification and S .
Card (DD Form 1173))
Privilege
Father is Lt., Son Isn't; and Navy Exchange Privilege _
Permit (Form SS 159) are used
Son Ensign-Pop Never Was for identification at the NEW OWC OFFICERS-Katie Rose the outgoing Cecil OWC
Exchange.In president, turns her gavel over to Catherine Yonke. Other new
Cecil-AVA-lieutenant swore duty officer program. He has effect, they insure against officers are (from left) Margaret Reynolds, Beverly Kennedy, Donna
his son into the Navy May 8 as an been a lieutenant since July of unauthorized personnel taking Ryder, Timmy Scott and Mrs. F. M. McLinn, wife of the Cecil Field
.ensign rank the father himself 1965. advantage of a benefit to which
never held.Donald Ens. Sheppard was only you and your dependents are C.O.Wives
E. Sheppard was sworn commissioned after completing entitled. Install OfficersThe
in at NARTU Jax by his father, the Aviation Reserve Even when in uniform, it may
Lt. Morris E. Sheppard, Officer Candidate (AVROC) be necessary to present Cecil Field Officers Wives After the election, Cdr. J. L.
maintenace officer with VA-87 at program from the University of identification. Some patrons are Club installed new officers May Johnson and LCdr.A. .
Cecil. South Florida this year with a BS extended only limited privileges. 12 at the ORF for the 1970-71 .A. Less of the BuPers aviation
Oddly enough, the elder in engineering. They cannot purchase all items; executive board. assignment team spoke to the
Sheppard has never worn the Ens. Sheppard, who expects to therefore, there is a need to be The new officers are Catherine wives.
rank to which his son has been be assigned to the Jacksonvillearea properly identified.Be Yonke, president: Margaret Mrs. H. N. Rose, outgoing
appointed. He entered the Navy for the present time, begins sure that your I.D. card is Reynolds, vice president; president, gave a recap of OWC
in December of 1942 and workedhis flight training this fall. always up-to-date and if it Beverly Kennedy, rcording activities during the past year.
way up to ADC. In March of Lt. Sheppard came to VA-87 should become mutilated or secretary; Donna Ryder,
1963, he was appointed a this month from VA-174 where hew unreadable, have it replaced. corresponding secretary, and Want Ads Pay
lieutenant (jg) under the ,,,, maintenance.. Make certain that your Timmy Scott, treasurer.
limitedI I w M dependents are aware of the ",,,,.or_..,,..,, !! _....-...- .. j)
importance of their cards. They
share with you the privileges of ALLI
TO
your service.It WNOLESANEW LE PRICES
is to your benefit to show you
identification card upon request.
This safeguards the Exchange & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
privilege. NEW & USED TV SETS
The same protection reasoningis NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
w'
'? behind the necessity to put your NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS

name, address, file number, AIR CONDITIONERS
'ir1 ) phone, etc., on back of a personal Mrs.V am. 7p.m. Code In r 4 Browse
check when cashing same at the
dKy exchange. WESCONNET FURNITURE COSJ
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+\'",,\W 1' ( I People do pass bad checks at >6 WESCONNETT ijnt 77 | 07SO

-: ...:_..Iii the exchange, and whithout the
information it would be almost
COMPLETING 30-AFCM Joe OUT ON 24--AFCM Clifford H. impossible to track them down. If
r- A. Barnett of VA-174 was piped Nelson completed more than 24 the bad check is intentional,
over the side April 30. Barnett years of Naval service and was action can brought; if it is
We loana
came to the squadron in July 1968 piped ''over the side by his unintentional, the honest
from NAS Jacksonville. shipmates at,Attack Squadron 87. serviceman or dependent would
want to know about Itso that the
situation can be rectified. So
Tkkc despite the inconvenience, it milliondollars
protects the exchange and the
patron as well. It is not just local
a bucket policy; all exchanges must
. require the information.
to the



ballpark kieKtu y HONDA every dayWhen

. ORANGE PARK: 1206 Highway 17 MOTORS CYCLES CO.

GREEN COVE SPRINGS u.s. i 17 at state Rd. 16 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
PHONE 771-8244 you're big enough to loan that much

every day, you're big enough to say "yes"to
almost tny money need. So, if you need
money for car repairs, house repairs, or if
you want to make your leave a real vacation,
Right now, you're only 10 minutes away come to Aetna.

You see, we realize that people need money
from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain. for many different reasons. And we like to

help whenever we can. So, if you need cash,
whatever the reason, stop by, or call.


(Where the Good Life is included in the rent.) AETNA'FINANCE :



We have 6 (yes six) swimming pools. 0 And 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville, Fla.
2 tennis courts 0 Plus shuffleboard and badminton t'- Phone: 781.3818
0 With congenial neighbors to
young RENTING HOURS
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help enjoy them. O All only one block from Mon.Thru Sat.:8:3Q.6:30: ; Sun. 1.6:30 When money matters, Aetna's got what it takes
golf and an elementary school-with other 1 P
DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd.
schools, shopping centers and boating min r turn right on San Juan-Continue p*>st 3 Convenient Locations
utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown ; -turn left to apartments. *
Jacksonville in 15.0 Apartments have Individually .N 8006 Lem Turner Road
controlled heating and air condition Phone: 768-0501
ing; carpeting, draperies, and sliding glass
door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can RLEN 5551 Normandy
move into a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment today. Phone: 768-0191
Furnished or unfurnished. S-44C IL 6.a WOOD
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GARDEN APARTMENTSJACKSONVILLE 46 W. Duval

IS *ARLEN COUNTRYOwned Phone: 355-7543

and Managed by Arlen Properties' ,Inc Loans From $50 to $600





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4 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER MAY 21, 1970
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From Sunday to Sunday, NAS S. S 55S

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Chaplains Ready to Serve All



By AA Johnnie Rodgers sacraments and conduct
religious instruction. They are
I Jax-Wherever men of the Navy and Marine Corps are stationed, be also prepared to give counselingto
it in the jungles of Vietnam,on the high seas or in the relative calm of a those who desire it. To a +
shore' station,they can be sure a Navy chaplain is with them. couple engaged to be married or ( f jlgt 9 ry. A +
The chaplain has r threefold a sailor receiving a 'Dear John'
responsibility. He is first chaplain offices serve both letter from home, the chaplain's ,.
responsible to God in his ministry servicemen and their advice can be a source of
of mediation for the forgiveness dependents. Five chaplains are strength and encouragement.Most S.
of sins and for blessings for his currently on duty at NAS. Capt. of the chaplains can be
people. He is responsible to the John Carnes is the senior found working in their
church, as its representative to chaplain in charge of all departments during the day;
the people, and then to the Navy activities within the office, with after normal working hours thereis
for his personal and professional LCdr. Roger Spencer as his always a duty chaplain onfall A
competence in the discharge of administrative assistant. LCdr. in case of emergencies.Aside J
his duties both as a chaplain and Robert Franklin is the Catholic from its strictly religious
commissioned officer.Representing chaplain for NAS, LCdr George functions, the chaplain's office is
47 of the nation's Sheldon handles the correctional the center for many other
252 religious denominations, the custody institution and Fleet'Air activities for the well being of
Chaplain Corps has contributed Wing 11, and Lt. Jack Golie is in personnel on station. In some
greatly in providing a better way charge of the religious education cases the chaplain notifies
of life for all Navymen.The program.At servicemen of such things as a
corps has been an effective NATTC,Cdr Giles Morrillis death at home, and in most cases NEWS OF SALVATION-Chaplain Sheldon delivers a sermon at the
force in stopping inhuman the senior chaplain, and Lt. he is a member of the CACO NAS protestant chapel.PRESENTATION..Puppets.
treatment of law breakers, and in Jack Rogers is the protestant teams(Casualty Assistance Calls
the founding of welfare and chaplain. LCdr. Louis Allred is in Officer), working with -rr n...
recreational programs. It was charge of the Naval Hospital organizations such as the Navy 5-
also instrumental in founding the command.At Relief Society and American Red
Naval Academy for the trainingof these commands the Cross to arrange emergency
better qualified officers. chaplains regularly conduct leave. The chaplains occasionally
Aboard NAS Jacksonville, the divine services, administerADVISING.Chaplajn disseminate information
concerning the collection of funds
"" -- i..,.-,',',.-'"" >t,, .i', ," ) "" 0,.""'" ..... for charitable organizations and
,0 ...1" :;,; ", "\" ',,\A 1' .\j:!", > '- >" { ,. I' projects.The ,
,>,''' '), ' ',' ,'1, <;; ',1 chaplain's office helps :*;
l'i ',: "" : ,("!. coordinate Boy Scout and ;
.I < ,; : '(' ,, t ''> '. ,: women's meetings, as well as i o
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'('ff ft 1 regular choir rehearsals, ,
Christian Science and youth 14 Y
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(": II ; 'Ii Iir fellowship meetings; Prominent h
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,, ..J.MI: organizations on base include the w
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Protestant Women of the c
l'.fJ'! : ; Chapel, t _
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t and the Navigators, a nationally
organized bible study group. The
,0:1: .. religious education program of
w < ..!" '1f1i"/Q.r'! ;;" the office, under the direction of
.'t;} t t\: Chaplain Golie also sponsors a
Daily Vacation Bible School each
,i a '
\ summer. This school has an r a
enrollment of about 100
dependents from the Sunday
b'K' School and will take
department,
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place in August.
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The chaplains are working in are doctrine. Children tend to
many areas aboard station to often used at youth worship understand abstract concepts I
Franklin gives premarital counseling. ensure a better life for the meetings and bible study classes more'readily when presented in
serviceman and his family. illustrate basic religious this format.

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I NATTC In The News

By SN Pat Williams..

NATTC, Jax Once upon a VA-41 and VA-4. Their
time there were twin brothers, promotions to AE2 came one year
Wayne and Layne Labhart. The apart while the promotions to
twins were very close and they first class came just six months
did things together, like playingand apart.
studying and working. So, it Then in 1966 Wayne and Layne
seemed only natural that when were,reunited in Jacksonville at i* !
the time came for them to serve VW-4.
their country they should do it Wayne left the weather
together. squadron in 1967 and Layne was
They both joined the Navy, but transferred to NAB, Coronado,
not the very same day Wayne Calif., in 1968. x4 Njbi
joined the reserves in 1958 but did They were reunited at NATTC \ )
not go on active duty until Layne last week to attend AE'B' school. \ -
joined in 1959. This is the:first time on record
They went through boot campat that AE'B' school has had twins IJI&ijt1t'sjjcy(
San Diego together and enrolled at the same time. .
.
decided to be Aviation There is one thing the '','if'-'.'''.t!,tr' \"" ,".."--""'" ',
Electrician's Mates. They were Evansville, Indiana twins don't / ,,'- > Y yri
ordered to AE'A' school. have in common. Wayne is _-A ... -... _-J
After 'A' school the inevitable married and has two children, DOUBLE EXPOSURE? Not really, but no doubt PN2 Mary Ann
happened separation. Wayne while Layne is single.Retirement O'Donnell thought she was seeing,double when she checked in twin
went to the USS Bennington CeremonyA brothers Wayne (left) and Layne Labhart. They are enrolled In AE'B'
(CVS-20)) and NAF Mildenhal, School at NATTC.appreciation .
England while Layne was sent to plaque and a letter of
were presented to The Decatur, Ga., native says
AEC William Samual Benson last he, his wife, Geraldine, and their
Friday as he completed 20 yearsof two sons plan to remain in the
t"i Y9F naval service and was Jacksonville area.Leadenhlp .
transferred to the Fleet Reserve. .;
Chief Benson, with his wife and Class Graduation
friends present, was piped over ,
the side by shipmates after Fifteen more Navy-trained
NATTC's executive officer leaders were graduated from
transferred him and expressedthe NATTC's Leadership School,
N 0I command's appreciation Class 70C last Friday.
saying in part: 'Your outstanding The NATTC Executive officer,
.It\. leadership abilities, devotion to Cdr. Roy H. Paxson, Jr.,
duty and the high level of presented diplomas and gave
professional competence special congratulations to honor
.4- displayed by you have at all student, AW3 Jackie N. Pratt.
t times conformed to the highest Pratt of NARTU, maintained an
yt- standards of the United States average of 93.51. ALL MOBILE
Navy ... Your record is one of
devoted service, of interestingand Hall and Farewell HOMES.
challenging assignments and ..
1 I accomplishments in which you Farewell and best wishes to
: ;I can take justifiable pride ... You PHI Thomas McManus,
.'( more than deserve the NATTC's 'ace' photographer.
\ satisfaction that follows a Job 'Mac' left last Wednesday for the
,_V'i' ?1 'well done' USS Howard W. Gilmore (AS-16)).
L a; i: Chief Benson has been an Now as soon as he gets
instructor at AE'A' school from accustomed to his
ALL ASHORE Fellow chiefs give AEC William Benson a farewell holding
salute as they pipe him and wife, Garaldine,over the side. He is goingto the time he reported here 2V4 camera steady aboard ship
the Fleet Reserve.It's years ago. again....
o In 1951 the chief was a student Welcome aboard to two new
here at the AE'A' school. After BT's. BT2 Willie C. Hudson and
Hello and GoodbyeAt graduating he served on BT2 Eugene B. Hudson. Both are
numerous duty stations includingtours assigned to the NATTC CMAA
in Vietnam and in Hawaii. force.
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Jax-A Shipwreck-Party is the supply officer;Capt. R.W- Maher, Tak. stock in America.
theme for the officer's Hail and Medical, LCdr. W. J, Fordham, I I e
Farewell scheduled May 28 at the OinC EWR, PinecasUe; Lt. R. N. Bonck
Officer's Club from 6:30: to 9 p.m. Gillette, Weapons; Lt. T. L. Buy U5.SavingI THIS IS AN HONEST
The Naval Air Station'will Johnson, Air Operations; Lt. J.
welcome Capt R. W. Maher, W. Ross, Dental ; Lt C. M. TO GOODNESS SALE
Medical; LCdr. R. M. Bickel, Hancock. Supply.
AMD; LCdr. R. M. Trent, AT. -
Medical; Lt. A. C. Stutz, Dental; The Shipwreck party will
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Farewells will be extended to hor d'oevres. The price is $1.50 li I I I
Capt. B. W. Dean, executive per person. For reservations call 50% on ,
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Foster Children \ IL_ Nurses Celebrate

TFIA
Looking For HelpIn .

Growing UpJax Founding of Corps .


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.".. Jax-The Naval Hospital nursesof for the patients, making historyas
The Florida Departmentof the Navy Nurse Corps the first nurses on duty in the
Health and Rehabilitative celebrated their 62nd history of the Navy.In .
Services are looking for couplesin ,,;:' anniversary Saturday evening 1916, after the Nurse Corps
this area who would be willingto :" with dinner and a cake cutting had been established the U. S.
open their homes and hearts as w ceremony at the Cecil Field Naval Reserve Forces were
a foster parent. @ .w Officer's Recreational Facility. created, providing for reserve
The Services has youngsters, The Navy Nurse Corps was nurses. The regular and reserve
Black and White,from three days ". established by an act of Congresson nurses expanded from 20 to 466..
old to 17 year old who cannot t May 13, 1908. Esther Voorhees Nurses were assigned to United
live with their own families for t i Hasson was appointed as the first States hospitals as well as the
many reasons and yet must have superintendent of the Corps. By Navy's hospitals in England,
homes in which they can live and the following October, 20 nurses Ireland,Scotland and France.
., $
grow. 1 s had reported to the U. S. Naval The first Nurse Corps nurses to
Responsibility for the child's a Hospital in Washington, D. C. for be assigned to a ship reported in
expense as well as essential REWARDED FOR TOP GRADES --LCpIs Tim Chambers (center) orientation and duty. 1920 to the USS Relief.
extras is taken care of by the and Dana McPherson accept certificates from Lt. Col. R. P. The history of the planning of During World War II they
Rehabilitative Service and they Eckmann,MAD CO, after they finished with top grades in AO School. the Nurse Corps dates back to served within the continental
are also available to help with the Chambers was high man and McPherson second. 1811 when a young Navy surgeon,. limits of .the United States in
problems which are a part of Dr. William ,P, ,C. Barton' Naval Hospitals, dispensariesand
child rearing. submitted recommendations for at Hospital Corps Schools. .
It's an exciting challenge that Air Wing Staff Buzzing the standards of hospitals: nurses They brought nursing care to the '
will take the couples' time and were included i in his 'plans. front linesof battle and aboard
understanding but the personal submitted to the Secretary of the hospital ships and medical
satisfaction received from Navy. evacuation'planes. In 1947, the
becoming involved in the With Awards and PromosJaxThe After the seige of Vicksburg in Navy Nurse Corps was
emotional social, and physical --- 1865, the Navy outfitted a established as a permanent staff
growth of a child exceed by far latest events for will be joining her husband soon confiscated Confederate corps in.the Navy. ;
any material compensations.For Commander Fleet Air Wing in Jacksonville. steamer,Red Rover,as 8 floatinghospital. Early in' the present Vietnam :
more information about Eleven have ranged from awards On May 8, Radioman Second Catholic sisters of the conflict<: :;;:Navy Nurse Corps :
the program call Mrs. Willie presentations to rating Class Marty Knight officially Order of the Holy,.Cross ,from officers' 4 participated in ,.
Burrise at 3531251. advancements. During the past received his Second Class rating New Orleans went aboard to care establishing a hospital in Saigon
few weeks Capt. W. J. Pressler, from Capt. Pressler, RM2 Knightis andDaNangServing also aboardthe
Jr. has been presenting several T.A.D., working with Com and Awards Ceremony. Awards Hospital ships, the Navy M
awards. munications. will be presented to three of the. nurses are making a vital :
WESTSIDE CW02 J. G. Hampton, ASCAC Wing's Aviation staff members. contribution to support the fleet '
Assistant officer, was awardedthe Capt. Pressler presented AFCM B. M. Sparks will be in these waters. :
RENTALS Meritorious Unit Citation for CFAW-11's Assistant OPCON receiving the Fidelity Seal On this the 62nd anniversary of .
5829 BLANDING BLVD.We accomplishments while at the U. Officer, Richard Hartman, with Award, the Good Conduct Award. the Corps/Navy nurses provided !
S. Naval Facility in Adak, his promotion to Lt. (jg) May 11. This is the ninth such award for; patient care,in Naval Hospitals,
Alaska, his last duty station. Lt. (jg) Hartman reported Chief Sparks. AKC R., L, station hospitals, dispensaries '
CW02 Hamton reported aboardfor aboard May 4 after graduationfrom Gunderson will be awarded. the and other medical facilities; a
Also duty with Eleven October 17, OCS, Newport, R.I. Navy Achievement Award for number'' of these are located i
Have Hartman's wife,Elaine, and their meritorious duties while serving outside the U.S. They are .
Trucks 1969.Receiving advancement to two month old son, Christopher, with VP-5. teaching in hospital corps schools
Ships Serviceman (Laundry) attended the presentation Capt. Pressler will also present and serving at Naval recruiting :
Third Class, was Mike Prickett. ceremony. CFAW-11's Safety Officer, LCdr.J. stations. In order to reinforce :.
Call 771-8477 SHL3 Prickett Joined the staff On May 28, Commander Fleet A. Mattson, the Bronze Star professional skills needed to
December 13, 1969. His wife, Air Win Eleven staff will have a with the. Combat 'v' for. meet the ever increasing
.Carmela. at home in Sewll, N. J. Command Personnel Inspectionw meritorious service in support of challenge: -nursing today, their i
combat operations in Southeast educational' program hasextended7 I
Asia. Prior to staff duty with the to include graduate .
Wing, LCdr. Mattson served as study at accredited universaries
Air Operations Officer, Aviation throughout' the United States,
Safety and AdministrativeOfficer including the Navy's post-
with the U.S. Naval Air graduate school at Monterey,
Faciltiy, Cam Ranh Bay, Calif.
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REVIEWED: wildlife he describes in much Panther himself. There are
PANTHER! Caras.
by Roger
detail. lie identifies with the encounters with numerous
Little Brown 1969.
panther, whose life history he Is venomous snakes, the ground
REVIEWER DeLoach
Librarian.: Mary recounting, and the reader rattler, the cottonmouth, the
NAS
identifies with this coral snake and the
magnificent large,
few miles west of plush
Only a
animal, too, as he Is swept along deadly diamondback rattler.
Miami Beach is r strange,
under the spell of a good There is always the ancient one, '
world in which the I t
primeval storyteller.Life the alligator, to be reckoned with. ( \,
drama of life is being enacted as
in the Everglades is a daily But there is one enemy for
untold centuries the
it has for -
struggle for all its inhabitants, a which the strength and cunning of
beautiful, sinister Everglades.This constant life and death our hero Panther are no match: a I '
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Is the setting for Panther!, challenge. The full grown two-legged predator named Man. { 1 r
fast novel the
a naturalist paced writer Rovert by Caras, panther has the will and the The high point in the story fc the : ,;
courage to meet each challenge. confrontation between Panther
familiar for his book :
popular There is the fight with the black and Doc Painter, an eighty year .
to Man. The author'ssympathies s ;
Dangerous with the bear,a five hundred pound killer, old man who has tracked and ;: 4 :
are wholly it *
as powerful and relentless as the killed 200 panthers in his day and 4

Is consumed with aa

overwhelming desire to captureand I

master this one savage cat
GEARED TO SERVE THE SERVICE before he dies. Doc Painter lays

his plans with patience and skill,

WATCH FOR OUR but his scheme backfires in an pleasant, easy form. It is fiction, FIRST ROCKER--SSgt.

exciting climax. and as such the author has the Charles E. Brady MARTD, was

WEEKLY SPECIAL EVERY WEEK This book is light reading that privilege of taking liberties with to his rank
will appeal to readers young and those facts, but his description of promoted present

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BOOK REVIEWED
: wildlife he describes in much Panther himself. There are
PANTHER! Caras.
by Roger
detail. lie identifies with the encounters with numerous
Little Brown 1969.
panther, whose life history he is venomous snakes, the ground
REVIEWER DeLoach
: Mary recounting, and the reader rattler, the cottonmouth, the
NAS Librarian.
Identifies with this magnificent coral snake and the large,
Only a few miles west of plush
animal, too, as he Is swept along deadly diamondback rattler. 1'A
Miami Beach is r strange,
under the of There is the ancient
spell a good always one,
primeval world in which the
storyteller.Life the alligator, to be reckoned with. d
drama of life is enacted
being as I
in the Everglades is a daily But there is one enemy for
has for untold centuries the
it
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beautiful sinister Everglades.This struggle for all its inhabitants, a which the strength and cunning of S ki
,
constant life and death our hero Panther are no match: a \
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is the setting for Panther!,
challenge. The full grown two-legged predator named Man.
fast- novel the
naturalist a paced writer Rovert by Caras, panther has the will and the The high point in the story fe the
courage to meet each challenge. confrontation between Panther
familiar for his book
popular There is the fight with the black and Doc Painter, an eighty year
Dangerous to Man. The author'ssympathies
bear,a five hundred pound killer, old man who has tracked and
with the
are wholly as powerful and relentless as the killed 200 panthers in his day and

Is consumed with a>

overwhelming desire to captureand I'

master this one savage cat
GEARED TO SERVE THE SERVICE before he dies. Doc Painter lays

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WATCH FOR OUR but his scheme backfires in an pleasant, easy form. It is fiction, FIRST ROCKER--SSgt.

exciting climax. and as such the author has the Charles E. Brady, MARTD, was

WEEKLY SPECIAL EVERY WEEKiHf This book is light reading that privilege of taking liberties ,with promoted to his present rank
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Cecil Sports By DTC J.D. Brewster '



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SOFTBALL least a month of hard practice
National League: League Ed Tonges made his first hit of before any competition starts.
leading VA-46 suffered their first the season a big one: a game
loss of the season, suffering a 21-2 winning four-bagger. BOWLING
pasting at the hands (bats?) of VA-45-11,Public Works-1. First
VA-87. The Golden Warriors baseman Beasley and winning American League: Four
unleashed an awesome 21-hit pitcher Woods combined to games now separate the top team
attack against VA-46 featuring a record an oddity in softball as from the sixth place team as five
grandslammer by outfielder both men hit three successive of the front runners each dropped
Dennis.Meadows struckout six in triples. Woods also contributed a three points last Tuesday. .
gathering in the win. double to aid his own cuase. Mike Denno scattered the
TOURNEY WINNERS-ADJ3 Bob Heer (center) of VA-87 took first Harris went 3- for
Winning pitcher Marines-7,VA456. Trailing 6- Brunswicks around the alley a
place, and PN1 L.S. Hirtzel of Cecil Personnel was first runner-up in for-4 in helping VA-72 turn back 4 going into the bottom of the 7th, high game pin fall of 255. He was
the month-long Cecil Field Match Play Tournament held here in April. All scored were Taliaferro's 232
VA-81,5-3. runs the Marines rallied to win on followed by Gene
Capt. F.M.McLinn (Uefn), Cecil CO.,presented their trophies. tallied in the hectic 5th inning. consecutive hits by Sanders, and Jim Fulbright and Bill

'Hornets' Win VA-81 blasted out seven runs in Kiedepenning, Wiggs and Canfield with identical scores of .
the 3rd inning to take an easy win Northrup. Major Bowers took 223. -
against AMD 12-4. Spoonmore thw win. If anyone could have produced
World FootballChampionship picked up the victory. Ops-8, AV-ORD-3. Ops 50 cents on the spot, it is '"
VC-4, 17 AMD-4. The relegated slumping Ed Lord to suspected that Jim Fulbright
o'' If your dirty Dragonflyers opened up with a the role of first base traffic would have been tempted to sell
pair of runs in the 1st inning and director and he responded by his bowling ball. Jim missed a
were never headed as they waving eight runners toward the coveted 600 series by one elusive
mobile home The West Duval Youth romped to their win. Kemp was plate. Laughlin again fanned 16 pin. Nineteen other bowlerw had
Association's ,Hornets are the winning pitcher.A batters in gathereing the win. 500 or better series.
could talk winners of the Pop Warner World fighting VC-4 nine clawed Silver Streak Hardee regrets to Eleven league members boast
Pee Wee Football Championship back with three runs in the 7th inform 'Coach' Puckett that he season averages in excess of 170.
title for the 1969-70 school year. but fell short in a losing effort has been unable to locate any Bob 'Gunter leads with a
it would ask Herbert Harness chairman of against VA-46, 5-4. Howard more players willing to play for sparkling 187. Still no takers on
the Pop Warner Little Scholars tossed a nifty four-hitter for the Dental. the Midget's challenge to pit his
Inc., the nation's largest and win.VA87 Dental turned back the Marinesin five best bowlers against any
for a oldest 'safetyandscholarshipfirst' 14 VA-83, 13. VA-83 both ends of a doubleheader, other five on the station.
youth football program, burned five runs across the platein 17-7 and 1512. A total of 20 Standings:
Hydra-Wash. made the announcement on May the last frame and took a homers were smashed out of the
8 in Philadelphia.Head short-lived four-run lead. The cozy confinws of south field, 16 by VA-45 No.2 28.16Operations
is Golden Warriors rose to the Dental and four by the Marines. 27-17
(feitirliiCinubi coach for the Hornets occasion by pushing five runs in Anthony and Olsen were the Marines 26.18
Bill Rosette. The offensive back Weapons ,; 25.19VA.SNo.1
and taking a close one. Meadowswas in the ..
winning pitchers slugfest. \V 24.20 '
the
Wn) coach is Mark Duffy and
winning pitcher. Standings:
defensive coaches are Dick Standings: VA-44 No. 1VA174 24.20
'The modern method of Jerrel and Welch. West 22.22
George VA-46 8.1 Dental 21.23
pressure washing using Duval Youth Association'sPrescient VA.87 7.2 VA.174 Operations 10.1 10.0 AMD 2024 .
hot soft water and a mild 5-3 '
is Charlie Arnold. VA-83 AV.ORD 54 VA-83 2024
shampoo.' VA-72 5-3 Marines 3.4 VA-45 No.2 19.25
The Hornets, sponsored by rA- VA.81 36 Dental 4.6 AMD Avionics( 19.25
disestablished VC-4 2.6 VA-45 4.7 Supply 1925
HYDRA- 44 which was on
AMD 08 Food Service 14-30
May 1,had a perfect record of 9-0, Public Works 0.10
and 76 percent of the boys on the
WASHMOBILE team received A or B grades in National League: Orvac had a '
American League: VA-174, Led by Dental's 18 four-
studies.
their school rolleda
226 game and Geselbracht
AV-ORD-2. The Hellrazors iced
CLEANING homers
baggers, 34 were
264-8124 The Hornets were never scoredon the game in the 4th inning on recorded at south field last week. 565 series for high game The and
until they played in the City singles by Johnson and Doole anda Tryouts for the NAS Cecil Field high series respectively. .
L (Beaches Call Collect) County Champships in the Gator booming double off the bat of All Star Softball Team will pins were not falling bowlers for Sad SamDelVecchio's last
Bowl. Mulcahey. Slim Doole scattered commence at 7 p.m. Tuesday on
Thursday as only five 200
games
11 hits for the win. the South Field. All players
and nine 500 series were
Doole of VA-174 became the interested in participating should
Five hungry 1 people can be fed I first pitcher to win 10 games this show up with glove and spikes recorded. Standings:
season as VA-174 nipped Dental 5 ready to roll.. Coach Jim Lee Admin 321028VjllVa
-4.With two down in the top of the says he has been a world of talent VA174N0.1VA72 27-17
at McDonald's for just two 7th,Chuck Cose of Dental tied the during intramural games and Dental '" 27-17
game with his eighth homer of expects to have astrongsquadthisYear. Medical 25.19

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money order for the full cost of the ad must be Romantic Tragedy. 'M' E. ((138

ADVERTISINGOFFICE received WITH the copy for the ad. NAS: 'South Pacific' starring mins.)
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge O lines) $2.00 Rosanno Brazzi and Mitzi Hospital: 'Faces'

Jacksonville Florida Gaynor. Color Musical. 'G' E.

II Per additional line (4 words per line) ))165 ruins) Monday,May 25

Hospital: 'Ace High starring

Eli Wallach, and Terrence Hill. NAS: 'Bonnie and Clyde'starring
Color Western. 'M1 G. ((122 mina.)
FOR SALE CREDIT UNION REPO Warren Beatty and Faye

'::::!iK: EMPLOYMENT.: ; ::111 Fleetwood Mobile Home, Available 1969 Nova,2DR., HT,V-B,3 spd., R&H, Dunaway. Color Action Drama.
% June 12, Can be seen at 7040 103rd St. Vinyl roof. Clean ready to go. $2250.. Friday,May 22 'M' E. ((111 mins.)
Lot 23. 100 percent financing if qualified. SeeE.
Hospital: 'Romeo and Juliet'Tuesday
J. Green Bldg. 39 NAS or call Ext.
SERVICE WIVES 2431. NAS: 'Marooned' starring
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Gregory Peck and Richard ,May 26
Jobfinders-1372 Cassat 387-5626 or 1022 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Crenna. Color Science Fiction.'G' .
6S MG MIDOET
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Park Street, 354.7888.WAITRESS trailer and Apts. 389.3007.
30.000 miles, excellent condition. $695. E. ((144 mins.) NAS: 'Spirits of the Dead-

WANTED MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea 264-4484 or 172-2111. Hospital: 'South Pacific' starring Jane Fonda, Brigit

Neat, dependable & experienced. Bardot and Peter Fonda. Color
Apply Trouts Restaurant 5943 ( Mobile Home,Park) V Mile Saturday,May 23 Drama. 'R' G. ((110 mins.)
Roosevelt Blvd. North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near CUTLASS
schools and shopping center. Clean, Hospital: 'Bonnie and Clyde'Wednesday ,
One-owner, loaded, Only 14,674 miles,
and reasonable rates. Manager on Sacrifice! 7817325. NAS: 'Faces' starring John

litiIKi sj !ij!J![ 1 welcome.premises., 6301 ,Roosevelt Children and 384-6264.pets Marley and Gena Rowlands. ,May 27
: 4i FORSALE Color Drama. 'R' E. (127 mins.)
1970 SUZUKI 500. Loaded. Racing Hospital: 'Marooned' NAS: 'Dunwich Horror

II! it!:!! !!t !i.i at sprocket.Cecil. Practically new. Ext. 8163 NAS MATINEE: 'The Rare starring Sandra Dee, Dean
BEARADIOORTV ANNOUNCER : ? Breed' starring James Stewart Stockwell and Ed Begley. ,Color'!'

Recorded message by leading an. PART TIME and Brian Keith. Color Drama. Horror. 'M' G. ((90 mins.)

nouncer tells you how. Call any hour.. 'HIDDEN WATERS' SALES& SERVICEAge ((97 mins.) Hospital: 'Spirits of the Dead

355-2944. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots 21.30, Evenings 6.10:00:
available. Excellent fishing, boating, P.M. No Sat. or Sun., If you are Sunday,May ,
SEWING MACHINE$42 swimming. Mobile Home area., Also, having trouble making ends 24'R' RESTRICTED-
FREIGHT DISCOUNT permanent home area. High, wooded meet, Call 388-7298. Sales Exp. persons
'3' 1970 new zigzag sewing machines lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake Helpful but not necessary. 4 M: 'Romeo and Julietunder 17 require accompanying '
slightly scratched In shipment, to be Asbury'on No. 209. LaRue 7253992. Good benefits to the right man. starring Olivia Hussey and parent or adult guardian.
sold for $42 each. May be paid cash, Must be honest and sincere,
charge cards or 6 monthly payments' wages depend on ability. BANKAMERICARD'AMERICAN EXPRESS.STANDARD .
of $7. Will take trades as part FOR SALE OR RENT MASTERCHARGE Credit CardsHonoredROOSEVELT
payment. These nationally advertised RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your
machines carry full factory ,equity or let us rent your home.
guarantee. Call anytime 353-1946, ask REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for MAILcar V
for Mr. Joseph, free home Jrial and map,sales and rental list. Call Powellor
delivery, no obligation. A-l Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. If
Warehouse, 1606 Main. b
ORANGE PARK REALTY
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY. Jtj
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS .. wash
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape
players. At dealers cost to liquidate
stock. Full warranty) Phone 7710409. DOCTORS LAKE ESTATES YEAR VACATION
2 lots, High & Dry, Nice trees. Make DEER( SPRINGS ESTATES
offer 724-8808 or 725-2394. State Rd 21 leu Keystone Hts MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
STEREO CONSOLE
Fully automatic stereo, like; flew HAPPY fAMilY FUN HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30 PM
walnut console tt1 FOR SALE 45 minute from Joi.
radio. Balance$78 or pay SB monthly. 3 BR., Fam. Rm. cen. h & air cond. CLEAR WATER SWIMMING
WiM' deliver, no obligation. Phone 353- $76 mo. Owner will carry. $50mo. FIhing-Ball,Bream
1946 ANYTIME. 1606 Main Street.' 2113 Limages Dr. 781-7759 or 389.9457. IUNDINQHUNTINQ1BOATINOShopping
Center near .
GOLF COURSE NEAR tV .0WYJ -
Small boating >.
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH,
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Wilford's Fish Camp.264-9707.. :RENTALS: : f, ::. ", : CAll FOR APPOINTMENT
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PORTABLE TYPEWRITERtlS WIL-MARAPTS. [SELLING USED CARS
Remington Lightweight good 2 Br., LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., /
condition. Phone 353 1946. Will Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off CL/PPEfM/LVEKL/NE/ /
deliver, without obligation. 1606 MainSt. street. Water, Garbage & Sewage CRAFT
Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus
0744.tax) 3872541. Nights & weekends 389- MERCRUISER STERNDRIVES 1 OO ARAN TEEJ$750

FOR SALE
22,000 BTU Air Cond., $135. 7739 MERCURYOUTBOARDS
Pinnacle Dr. ROLLING HILLS _
3BR., 2B., Den, Patio, Ig, fenced yd. .
AC, kitchen equipped. Avail. June 5. ;. ie ::'.":",
$175. 7813195. EXPERT ;
GEORGE'S KENNELS
REPAIR r
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickup
and delivery Est. 1925. Poodle ORANGE PARK SHOP ::
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn., FACTORY { I
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and Dishwasher, Carpets, Drapes. TRAINED : .
Edgewood) 3890064. Elizabeth Apts., 771-1405 or 771-3355 MECHANICS lii f.::

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RIDER WANTEDTo 264-9835
California,share expenses, leaving 3Br., 2VjB., Den, AC, Bit. in Kitchen,
Dble. Gar., Covered Patio, Avail.
May 31st. Contact 771-5332 after 6 INLET MARINE
p.m. June 6.Sept.6. $200 mo. 771-8498.

Silts t ServiceHwy \
ORANGE PARK
Interior & Exterior WASH &Painting PAINT 2642613. Unfurn.,3 BR., 2 B., wooded lot, cent 17 Orange Park &UP
h & a, Avail. in June. $220. 264.5179: ,

FOR SALE
.
Auto.19 inch Magnavox Washer $20 B&W, Baby TV $30 Bed,Philco$5, rl i {!:$ rsvri: llLrv. .";jlll ,

Sroller $3, Baby Swing $2, Sterilizer iIH.I'lm..m."g
$3, Infant Seat 25 cents, Aluminum fX<:x@>,* .. Many To
Door$5, Roll of roofing paper$3, Steel
shelf $2 each, Professional Ampex Choose From!
Tape Recrder $100. 3872818. ALL FLORIDA AAIIINew

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AKC, Male and female 264-9581. examination.
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large shaded lots, with large patios, '
paved streets, excellent drinking and West Coast 3533691. 2'i Miles Southof 1150 LINO Aye., So. Phoie 781.5511
water & no mosquitoes. Free boat JAX on US 17 ,
Open Daily 1 to 8:30.Saturday. 1 to S. 1 to
dockage. Adults only 12 miles So.of ORANGE PARK \ Sunday 6 PMI
NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek.Ph. 6VW SEDAN PH: 74-423
Good condition. Call Mr. Velez
((904) 284.3369. Green Cove Day
Springs. 772-3067, Eve. 264-2136. $875.



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Tonight's entertainment will be provided by the Messengers of the
Masses, and tomorrow evening Ronnie and the Soul Society will take
the stage. Saturday's feature will be the Silver Witch. On Sunday
Ronnie and the Soul Society will be back to entertain you and Monday
is the night for Lorenzo's Soul Treatment. Ronnie and the Soul Society
returns on Tuesday evening, and the Four of Clubs will provide the
music on Wednesday night.

CPO CLUB

1
Tonight there will be music by Mark Castle from 8 to 12, and
tomorrow evening there will be dancing to the Clubs. Mel Gaden will ?b
' provide the music on Saturday evening, and on Sunday the Clubs will .r
again take the stage. There will be no entertainment on Monday or
Tuesday nights, but on Wednesday evening Bud Clark will provide the
music from 8 until 12.

OFFICERS CLUB

.- Tonight is Beefeaters Night at the '0' Club from 6 to 9 p.m., and the
Package Store is open from 12 until 6 p.m. Tomorrow evening the
Happy Hour is featured from 4 until 6:30: in the Main Brace. Also A FAMILY AFFAIR IN NAVAL AVIATION-. R. L. R.amof NARF Flightiest Department's
featured tomorrow will be 'Sing Along with Phil.' Stars and Bars will Receipt and Issue Branch, delivers the aircraft logbook for RA-5C Bureau Number 149295 to her
be held from 5:30: until 7:30: and dinner will be served from 6 to 10, with husband, LCdr. R. C. Ream.-ferry pilot from RY Att.3 at NAS Albany -preparatory to the f fly-away
dancing to the Four of Clubs. of the RFI (Ready For Issue) aircraft. In exchange, LCdr. Ream delivered to his wife the keys to a
The Cocktail Lounge will be open on Sunday from 11 a.m. until 11 new Coupe de Ville.
p.m.,and the Sunday Buffet is served from 2 to 9. The club is closed on Interested spectators were (from right) Capt. D. H.. Heile, NARF commanding officer; LCdr. J.
Monday, but Tuesday the Main Brace will be open from 11 a.m. until 11 W. Duncan, A-5 project officer; Bill Collins, progressman;.Don Rohweller, aircraft rework branch
p.m., with an A La Carte menu from 6 until. The Ceiling Zero Happy supervisor; Joe Howell, A-5 engineer; and W. L. Courson, Tom Stringfellow. Andy Carlson, J. T.
Hour is Wednesday's feature from 4:30: to 6:30: with an A La Carte Raines, and C. M. Head.
menu from 6 to 9.

Ordnance Techs
USO CLUB Navy

Tonight is free refreshment night at the USO. Sunday's Vesper Demand Top-Fit MenJax
Service and refreshments will be provided by the St. Johns

Presbyterian Church,_ and the free feature movie will be 'Man's -Are you a good swimmer, highly trained group of men in shipboard teams which travel
Favorite Sport.' On Monday evening there will be a meeting of the under 32 years old and a today's Navy. Numbering less worldwide.
Junior Volunteers and election of new officers at 7 p.m. Tuesday is Boatswain's Mate, Gunner's than 400, they are underwater Shore duty and overseas duty
game night, and on Wednesday there will be a record hop with Al Mate, Aviation Ordnanceman, swimmers and qualified in the assignments for EOD technicians
Albert as MC. Mineman, Torpedoman's Mate, recovery, rendering safe and consist of three man teams
Engineman or Electrician'sMate disposal of all explosive scattered throughout Europe, the
FRA Branch 126 ? ordnance, foreign and domestic, western Pacific and continental
If so, you might qualify as an including nuclear weapons. United States.
Fleet Reserve Association Branch 126 will hold a Fried Chicken Explosive Ordnance Disposal Candidates for the EOD For a complete listing of
Supper from 5 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 16 at the Branch Hall, 7673 technician. program should be prepared for eligibility requirements, check
Blanding Blvd.The cost is one dollar per serving. The general public is Formed in World War II, EOD strenuous mental and physical 'Bureau of Naval Personnel
invited. technicians are one of the most conditioning. Training at Manual,' article 1420180.

Underwater Swimmers School,
Key West, Fla.; Ft. McClellan,
......' Ala.; and Indian Head, requires
almost a year. Candidates are
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I Shipboard Life at Sea --If Had To Get Better I


WASHINGTON, D.C. .... It's a living areas will be sheathed with difference. the perfect opportunity for available from SecNav.
pretty well-known fact that panels that can be removed to Space in ships built after 1975 improving life on board, but the Somebody does care. The Navyis
shipboard life is generally give easy access to wiring and will be projected at least 10 years fleet poses a problem. There's a trying right now to make sure
uncomfortable, often rugged and piping; either rugs or vinyl into the future. Extra room will limit to what can be done in the men designing the ships are
sometimes miserable. covering will be on the decks; be built into every ship with the available space. In addition, trained in human factors
Unfortunately, habitability in each berth will have a curtain hope that the placement of new there is little money for engineering, a study of
ships has not kept up with new and separate air conditioningvent weapons on board won't mean improving habitability in fleet behavorial science in relation to
weapons systems. h&ids and showers will that the living area will be ships. environment. It sponsors a
Most ships start with decent have countertype washbasingwith neglected. The extra space will trained engineer in graduate
enough habitability, but as they full-width mirrors and exist for installation or It Will WorkA level courses in that field.
grow older, living conditions diffused lighting and concealed modification of the machinerypart The interest has always been
deteriorate. Men have always plumbing.In of a ship, so the human part pilot project just completed, there for better living conditions,
been considered the most addiion, a separate locker will not be encroached upon. however, proved it can be done. but now the urgency of doing
important component aboard room like dressing area is Ship habitability naturally gets The project was sponsored by something about them is
ship, but their accommodationshave provided for with lockers big better over the years. The newer Cruiser Destroyer Force Pacific established. With the older ships
traditionally gotten the enough to hold required clothing. the ship, the better, the living with help from Naval Ships going out of the fleet and new
,short end of the stick when it Each berth will be enclosed on conditions. But they have been Engineering Center (Nac SEC). ones built based on improved
came to a choice between new three sides and have privacy improving too slowly. The Navy Two berthing areas, heads and standards, a real change is in
:weapons and the living area. partitioning on the fourth side. feels a big jump is needed. Thus washrooms were completely store for Navymen in the future.
The Chief of Naval Operationsnow Small lockers will hold valuables.Two the new philosophy. Studies by redone.A .
puts habitability on ,a par activity rooms will be built- the CNO '. indicate that lounge was formed; Take stock in AmericaBuy
with weapons, sensors and one for noisy recreation, one for habitability affects performanceand overheads were raised and
propulsion plants. His policy is reading or studying. retention. Maintenance and sheathed; new berths were put in U.S.Savings Bonds
that habitability features are Many of the same features will operating costs are lower with with individual lights and air
military characteristics. be in a destroyer (DD-963)) better facilities. Plus, the Navy vents. Furniture was built in, TIRE CITY 1_'
Reflecting the growing interestin scheduled for completion about feels it must emphasize its allowing more space,and a light
living conditions afloat, an the same time, so better interest in the individual and colored deck covering was FLEET DISCOUNT/ TO
OpNav office is devoting habitability will be found on the improve quality of life afloat. installed. Heads and washroomsgot NAVY PERSONNEL
considerable effort to revising traditionally smaller ships as This year's fleetwide survey by counter mounted ALL MZbSRECAPS
standards for ships. In addition, well as the larger ones. the Bureau of Naval Personnel washbasins with continuous ,
consideration is being given to Destroyer crews will be able to includes a major portion on ship lighting and shelves with outlets 7I $8.88
establishing a single OpNav enjoy these new features in living conditions. Questions will for shavers. Terrazo deck plus
office control point for comfort because of better sea concern space air conditioning, covering, .built for easier
habitability.Most keeping and ride qualities being lighting and over-all comfort. cleaning and maintenance, was SHOCKS
ships being completednew designed into the ships. The The inclusion of this section installed and more space was $535
and in the next five years are rolling motion of the destroyerwill reflects the belief that there is a allowed by relocating equipment. pint labor
based on five and ten year old be minimized as well. direct relationship between ship It looks like improvements will /7 Iii 388-7371
standards. New standards will be Size is no longer expected to be habitability and retention. continue to be paid for by the 12 Cassat Ave
coming from the ships' the penalizing factor in New ship construction affords fleet, but there is guidance
characteristics division of OpNav habitability. Ships will be built
In the next few months. ', bigger;' crews will remain the
Where the old standards same or decrease in number.
advised improvements ,when This increase is size and
'applicable' or 'if possible,.'''the decrease in crew wasn't done to
1970 standards will drop this 'Iffy improve habitability, but better
language. In other words, it,will living conditions will be a 'fall.
just give the new standards and out' benefit from the use on boardof S ,{
say 'Do it.' automated systems. Fewer
men will be needed and more
More Space efficient use of space will give
more room.
New standards will be aimed The largest carriers and the
toward as much privacy as smallest minesweepers twill see
possible. Their basis will be the the effect of the philosophy of
concept of a total living area. total living. Even tugs and
For example, the locker area, amphibians are being outfitted .....
recreation area, lounge, head, with more comfort.
showers and sleeping area will all

be in separate rooms. However, Long Range Plans \ \ ti4 J. j
the rooms will be in the same \
general area of the ship. CNO Great, but what happens when
hopes to give Navymen an these future ships are in the
approximation of modern fleet? New systems will be : ; a
dormitory living. developed and necessarily placedon 51
The Navy has a goal to shoot board. Following the present (
for The DLGN-38, tentatively pattern, this would mean ,
scheduled for completion in 1975, sacrificing living area .. ,
,
will be a showplace for ship improvements for weapons. :
habitability. Bulkheads in all But this time, there will be a .'

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(IT'SA WOMANS WORLD






.Local Police Lecture a white window.handkerchief When someone in thedriver's

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offers to help, keep the windows
Wives on Self ProtectionJaxWhat rolled up and request help from
police or firemen.
Once you reach your
.
can a woman do to his shin and slash from the top of destination roll up all windows,
protect herself or to prevent an his leg to the feet This action will lock all doors. The car may be r { 4
attack? probably give you time to run for hot when you return, but it will be ,.
Patrolman John Horton of the help. better to be uncomfortable for a
Duval County Sheriffs Office Take a comb and make a quick few minutes than to suffer, t
"
reported to a group of officer's sawing action across the upper perhaps for life, from an attack.Be iU '
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wives last week that, 'Crime in lip of the attacker, or across his sure that you always check
the United States is increasingseven eyes. A rat-tailed comb can be the rear floorboard of the car, :
times faster than the effective as a dull, but painful that area behind the front seat is
population.' To emphasize this, weapon stabthe attacker. Hair a favorite spot for someone to OFFICER HORTON-demonstrates wife,Mrs. Ann Lavin
Officer Horton added that duringthe spray and spray colognes and hide and catch the unsuspectingvictim. how easily home locks can be broken into. The Duval County
period of one hour in the perfumes have a blinding effect Patrolman suggests purchasing the dead-bolt type lock for your
United States, there is, 'One when aimed at the eyes. Use a Navy wives are often home outsidehome doors.
murder, three rapes,24 robberies, police whistle to summon.help. alone on their husband's duty
r 30 aggrivated assualts, 74 autos Most women's purses are heavy nights and during long VP-5 EM Vies Male PlansJax
stolen, 120 larcenies, and 180 enough to be used as a club or ball deployments. Develop a few
homes buglarized.' practices to keep yourself safe.
Horten named several bat.Even better are precautionsyou Know who is on the other side The newly formed VP-5 attend this meeting. For further

situations in which a woman is can take to avoid the of the door before you open it.Look Enlisted Wives club has made information,wives.may call,
alone and may need to defend situations. When you are driving through a window to be sure. plans to hold their first meetingnext President, Mrs. Barbara
herself; walking, driving a car, have the item you could use as a Keep the blinds closed to Thursday, May 28, at 9:30: Teemley,78M762 or Mrs. Helena
and at home. First, stay on the weapon by your side. Don't run discourage 'peeping toms.' a.m. Sexton, vice-president at 772-
offensive. Be prepared. No the risk of having to fumble Officer Horton stated, 'A lock is This, the first of the 'club's 8459.
woman should ever be without a through you purse when a good for only one purpose. To let planned monthly meetings will be Sunday, May 31, the patrol
weapon, not necessarily a gun, stranger approaches you. Drive an honest person know he is not held at the Blue Jacket's Inn squadron wives plan an all-day
but she should have something around an area you dread or wanted'. Of all the locks on the Annex, Bldg. 3. The club'urges family picnic at Goldhead State
for protection that she knows how know has a high crime rate. market, the one that will serve that all VP-5 enlisted wives Park:

to use. As an example use a Drive through a well lighted area you best is the dead bolt lock. '
sandal,a high heeled shoe, comb, whenever possible. This will be the hardest home Focusing Contacts
hair spray, police whistle or a Check your car before you lock for an unwanted guest to on
purse. If possible, take off your leave to travel alone at night. Is pick.When
sandal to make a chop at the there enough gas in the car, are the phone rings and the
attackers adam's apple, or the tires good or are there caller is placing an obscene callor :
smash the flat of the sandal treads showing through? What if he is unkown by you, the best
against his face. Stab the spike shape is the engine in? B?. defense is to hang up. Don't wait f w 3i m
heel into the face or grind it into relatively sure the car can get until the next call, immediately *
his feet Another method of using you to your destination. Have notify the police of the first and
the spike heel, when you are flashlight in the car for any further calls you may
wearing the shoe, particularlywhen emergencies. If you should receive.One suggestion is to keepa
the man is holding you is develop trouble,keep all windows loud, shrill whistle near the
the ease the heel up to the top of rolled up, doors locked and place phone. When an obscene or

strange call is made, ask the Washington. (AFPS-The) contacts a maximum of 10 to 14
caller to hold on for a moment increasing popularity of contact hours ad day.
TOP HAT DRIVE 'IN while you take care of something.Then lenses has brought into focus Contact lenses should not be
blow the whistle long and alarming complications
many ,
. .,. loudly into the mouthpiece. Hangup. medical officials are reporting. abnormal worn during jobs dust where
amounts of
or
Good Eating, The caller is easily More than a half-million peopleare chemicals
irritating are
discouraged by this action. fitted each year for'contact
Fast Service. producedProlonged
One thing Officer Horton wants lenses and most of the problems of contact
wearing
Chicked women to remember,'Just as arise from lack of knowledgeabout lenses increases the risk of
animals of prey, the criminal the tiny lenses and how to infection and corneal abrasion.
Steaks ; relies on stealth and surprise to wear them safely. the
Recently, 'overwearing'syndrome
Seifood attack their victims. When you Medical people offer these tips: has become evident
let guard down,that is when
your They recommend wearing
and manifests itself by/
severe pain
'
the criminal will make his move.
cJ 2045 BLANDING BLVD. PH. 388-9553 and lid spasms when a lens is
.t removed. This is usually due to
central corneal erosion or
HIGH Ql JALITYEMNANTS abrasions. Spontaneous healing

usually ,occurs if a lens is not
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CARPET R
j s worn for one or two days.
Once a schedule is set for
wearing contact lenses, six to

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y of FAB:RIC & PATTERNS wearing time, after which the
lenses should be removed for a
n ti VARIOUS SIZES & COLORS _
x half-hour.
;tUhitEEO' ,ET TEll t h1 ANt. FIRST COME2025 -FIRST SERVED Blinking serves an important
Iri/oaf
t 3 ,fir, for contact it
24 purpose wearers, as
F )r ",.Moatl..8'.r.or 2400 0.,.. BL ANDING = keeps the entire surface of the
.,. Uaooa/l I.r4 I. MW<< ait nl. t.Y'UMI'I..m eye moist and insures that the

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Ali their lenses in place.

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Bulletins AnnounceJob I Panic Preventers


Openings For


HAS Civilians Y :;


Jax-Civilian employees of the rrL g i.MI
air station, NARF, NARTU, \
j
COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT, p ; ; WJAL1 r
Det Jax, Commissary, Naval
Hospital, Navy Recruiting, h '
Disease Vector Control Center,
Regional Storage ManagementOffice
Fleet Weather Facility, T .
FICEUR, Navy Finance, -* J : _
Regional Office of Civilain ,
Manpower Management, -
Defense Surplus Sales Office, :t 1IL th.1 ''
Jacksonville, should refer to the .;.: :
official bulletin boards in their Pr'S
various work areas for
information concerning all
positions for which applicationsare BY GOLLY I'll SIGN-That seems to be the expression of AKI N'
now being accepted. Thomas W. Roberts of AOMD's Material Control as he signs his
These new bulletins have been reenlistment papers for four additional years that will give him 19 YOU ARE ON A COLLISION COURSE .,
announced to establish registersto years of naval service..Present for the signing was his division officer, '
fill future vacancies in the LCdr. Goslin (right) and AFCM McCluskey. Suddenly your blood chills! Another car is speeding toward you in
positions shown below: your lane-a head on crash looms.Is .
Supervisory Fire Fighter he drunk,asleep, ill, inattentive-no matter.You'll need to keepall
(Structural) GS-8, MPB No. 48- your wits about you to avoid the worst of all highway accidents.
70. Open continuously with May > Brake hard,every mile you take off your speed reduces the impact
25 the first cut off date. T Z c14'BY force. Head for the right shoulder and give him the entire road. If
Fire Fighter(Structural) GS-5, there's time,lean on the horn and flash your lights.If .
No.49-70. First cut off date is Ma BELLAIR NOME BUILDER INC he continues toward you, take the ditch or any open ground to the
Fire Fighter (Structural) GS-5, .. right free of solid obstructions. Remember that any alternative., evena
No.49-70. Open continuously witha roll-over,gives you a better chance than a head-on collision.
May 27 first cut off date. Whatever you do, don't try to outguess him and swerve to the left
Sewage Disposal Plant around him. He may recover at the last instant and instinctively veer
Operator,No.5070. First cut off c back into his own lane and hit you head-on.
date is May 27.Supervisory .
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General Engineer, p-- 4526 120th St.
PHONI aee ease
;
GS-14, No. 51-70 with June 15 cutoff I I a
date. I III YUKONClenars .

Preservation Foreman ,Mechanic Aircraft, No. I] : Heir GIessw .
52)70.) Closing date for this I *.mww '
position is May 31. 1249-1281 KINO 'T
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include a family room fireplace (optional) in your plans! I TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 J Sat. Sun:10:00.6:00.: :
"You look like a million dollars OM Diy StnrkfJAX
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sneered. Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community!
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"After taxes, he added.

SELZ.. .I1: :: .
Sailor: "Doctor, since I'm going -
to marry Sally, there's one HOME: : :BUILDERS: :INC. MOVE INTO The SPOILER''WJ
thing I want to get off my
chest." Member of National and Jacksonville Home Builders Associations' =*:.:fJ'".o.o.w.'Y:... .:n .:.:. .:. ..:...: .n.':.'..''.'.n.--.:--Y'W'
Doctor: "You just tell me all homes at convenience --011I.
You are cordially Invited to Inspect our your
about it, son. 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21).
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.. ,.. Salvage One
Marks Fall ,
Two Swim "" ','1.. ". <"

<' F 1IGoDownTo


In Annual Tank Meet 0.S I ay .


Jax-Last week's NAS officer with Public Works at NAS, Albany in OpenersJaxThe
Swimming meet produced three was a varsity swimmer four
new records for the annual years at Syracuse where he held
intramural event with new marks the team 100 Meter Freestyle, 50 Jax Navy Fliers the loss in his first outing, 42. In
set in the 100 Meter Freestyle and Meter Freestyle records and Softball team opened their battleson the final game of the series Jax -.
50 Meter Butterfly by Rick participated in numerous relay the diamonds last Friday nightat seemed to get it together and
Bauschard, and the 200 Meter team records. d7 1'a I T Mackroth Field against pulled out a 3-1 win behind the
Individual Medley by Mike Carew, a former tanker with x Albany Navy and were promptly pitching of coach John Littleton
Carew. the Wisconsin State Universityteam welcomed into action by dropping who limited the visitors to four
Bauschard knocked off only 3- shattered the 200 Meter $ t : three of four contests.In hits while fanning 11.
tenths of a second in setting the Individual Medley record when falling in the first two gamesit Littleton commented about the
new 100 Meter Freestyle with a he recorded a 3:20.3: mark and was only a matter of one run in game by saying, 'We_only lack
1:06.6.: The old mark has stood bettered the old record of 328.0; each case; 2-1, 54. The late the practice right now to
since 1957. The former Syracuse set in 1959. innings proved to be the downfall become a really good team. We
University record holder than While swimming in college as Albany tallied the winning run have the players and they have
added his second record breaking 'meets his speciality was the off hurler Paul Swaim in the sixth the spirit to win and it will just bea
performance when he won the 50 breast stroke. When his dutiesare Rick Bauschard keeps in top inning of the first game and then matter of time before they start
Meter Fly cutting off one and completed at the Naval shape with practice. came back in the second game of coming around.'
four-tenths seconds with a 31.5 Hospital, where he is a the twin-bill to tag RayBeard for This weekend the Fliers are
clocking. Hospitalman,he competes as a three runs in the seventh to dump scheduled to travel to Panama
."V The 25-year-old Ens. Bauschard, member of the Jax Navy Swim the Fliers. City to tangle with Tyndall Air
who serves as utilities engineer Team. QUIZ Albany captured the first game Force Base in two .

d .. .. A,4 ,,_r_...... Saturday handing Von McClure doubleheaders.
Softball ... ...
1. Who was the first goal ten- Take stock in America.
der in the NHL to wear a.face
StandingsAmerican mask? With I Bonds.
higher USSavingt
2. Who was the first catcher to paying
wear a face mask?
3. When is the major league

VP-45 8.0FAETU baseball 4. How many trading times deadline have? Jack Do You See
7-1 a< Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer Why
NATTC 7-1 met in a sudden death playoff?
5. The best selling book "My
ADMED 5-3 Turn at Bat" features which
Numba 10 5-3 ballplayer? So Of These
FICEURMAD 3-5 6. Who holds the National Many
2-6 League record for home runs ina
FWF 2-6 season? _
Mets 1-7 7. How many plate appearancesmust
GEM 1-7 a batter make to qualify a o v
D
for a batting championship?
-' 8. In which American League
National
e park were the fewest home runs
'" hit in 1969?

NARTU 5-1 f, : :' ( ', 9. The All-Star baseball game
5-1 f. in 1970 is schedule
Hospital :- ... for which
Weapons 4-2 Record holder Mike Carew city?
.
VW-4 679th 4-2 4-2 relaxes after work-out in pool. four 10. The uniform Yankees numbers.have retired Whatare In Jacksonville?

/ the numbers and who were
VP-16 2-3 Air Ops 2-4 the players that wore them? Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are
MARTD 2-4 ANSWERS sold in Green Cove Springs,and why there should be so many
CnmFairJax 1-4 .anuuw modern, completely staffed new car franchises in a
NAVY A-C Maint. (0-6) dalalYll'L(; f fnoq O.8.8uWIQ! aor '9 :.81.1aD community of this size? For instance, in'what other town of
l TENNIS STANDINGS -'{ > :li'f{na sqeg 'g -fli'Nmiuputo less than 3,000 population will you find offered complete lines
i '6 of Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, and all other'major American
'AUTOINSURANCE 'S6 'UimpWJg! 933JUBJI( '8 auto manufacturers? ,,
VP-16 6-1 209 'L m
MARTD 4-1 0861 '99 'u*IM 3pH(; '9'swU'JIlM ; 4
pJL '9
Hospital 4-1 'Ob61'alsse10
FICEUR 4-1 osiajsj uoiXg-aouo 'f 8 a
FAETU 2&-1V4 91 aunf 4luPJW. .C ', ?
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Legal 2-3 clu.+aID
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NATTC 2-3 aoj8ul.teld
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Thousands of persons every year are discovering that
19.24 'automobile row' in Green Cove Springs is only a short,
Mi I I7 pleasant drive from wherever they are, and so much easierto
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
5 s 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.
I i-r DownF : : : : : }M}:{'}}:' '': Visit Roberts Chevrolet Oldsmobile in Green Cove
ny merit
19-24 Springs, and you'll SEE why so many cars are sold in Green,
1 Cove Springs. Our slogan Tutting You First Keeps Us
Single D First' is the attitude of the entire staff and management at
Roberts Chevrolet Oldsmobile.
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