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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 28, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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Immortal beauty (is death with duty v6i: 28 NO. 10 u. S. NAVAL AIR( STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 28, 1970 -<

If under her banner I fall for her honour. ____ U_________ ____ ,.__
Gerard Manley Hopkins, No. 118


Impressive, they are- Ahead of Schedule Alma Makes :
These green fields and gently rolling knolls
All latticed with white crosses and miniature flags. .

Impressive and solemn, too!

For in these, our national cemeteries Debut With Hurricane Hunters
Tucked In beneath the thick grass mantleIn .
the bosom of her earth
Are the mortal remains of our Nation's Warrior Sons.
And from these hallowed fields By J02 Lance S. Spicer Early or not, the Hunters Raymond L. Boylan, flight
Brushed by the winds of time stationed here were ready to meterologist aboard the flight
Jax Hurricane 'Alma', the investigate Alma almost immediately commanded by Cdr. Paul L.
And oft-sprinkled by the tears of mourning
unexpected visitor to the after one of their own Siverly, executive officer of the
Springs up the noble substance of greatness ;
From which our Nation draws its life. Caribbean last week, caught planes discovered her forming. squadron, discovered the
everyone by surprise except the Alma, in her premature stageas suspicious weather and a light .
On Memorial Day each U. S. Navy's 'Hurricane Hunters'of a tropical depression, was west wind that often indicates a
year Weather Reconnaissance discovered by a VW-4 recon- developing tropical storm. This
We climb the tall hill of
And look out over all our memory vast land Squadron Four (VW-4)) naissance Super Constellation weather was discovered by visual
For the third time (WC-121N) aircraft while observation from feet
only on flying a 5,000 at 10
To all those green fields where our Country's fallen fighters
Lay hidden. record, a full blown hurricanewas pre-season routine training am. on May 17.Immediately .
And from this vantage point born before June 1, the start familiarization and liaison flight a message was
cf the official annual hurricane between Belize, British Hondurasand sent to the Navy's Fleet Weather
Memory makes present History.The I
season. Grand Cayman Island. WO Facility in Jacksonville notifying
myriad corridors of our history echo a gigantic
them of the developing weather
questioning
Whisper that gradually grows in intensity until its voice -21ij situation.
becomes The next day as the same plane

Deafening with the import of its question: was between Kingston; Jamaicas.mr..ear.
--

.d .; More on Fleet Weather
'What shall / do for the l land that bred me--
andHYrricane
tier homes and fields that folded and fed me?'
r
-Gerard Manley Hopkins, No. liB r Preparations

.
%'7 o. Pales 14 and 16
And up from these hundreds of green valleys i
- -- -- -
With their thousands of white, silent, solemn -crossed sentinels -
and San Andres Island
they
received a message from FWF
Comes the reply ::k asking them to divert from their
Ringing out in the warmth of the May morningA 'course to further the
cry of joy, of pride,of honour of true nobility.... suspicious area. investigate

'I have given my life. my life as an offering. e This time Cdr. Siverly and his
As a holocaust for you, my Nation
crew discovered 23 knots of wind,
For you my Countrymen! rain showers and the beginnings
My blood precious as it is of weak circular winds inside the
I gave to make you fertile.
storm. These developments were
My living presence in this land again relayed to FWF who in turn
I sacrificed .
w
That you might have a new, vital '''1'-; **"' ,. VIP TOUR-Capt.W.J. PresslerCommander, FAW-11 and Cdr. E. R. notified in the National Hurricane
Center
Miami. The center then
Nordvedt officer of VP-16 escort of
amd surging spirit!' commanding Mayor Perramon
Jacksonville's sister city, Bahia Blanca, Argentina through the P-3 requested VW-4 to launch an

And mixed in this shrill cry and'yet somehow below it, Orion aircraft. Earlier in the tour Mayor Perramon was presented a investigative flight from

As if on a steadier,yet more joyful pitchA briefing in Spanish of the mission of VP-Uand UN ITAS XI. (Continued on Pg. 2))

chorus of men's rich voices
Resounding with timber akin to thunder
Booms out their Standard: U.S. Atlantic Fleet's Top Chief


Greater love than this no man has
Than a man lay down his life for his friend.

John 15:13 Speaks Out on Enlisted Desires


And like the quiet that falls upon the cannon's boom report

Silence now seeps up like soft smoke .Jax-'The average Atlantic remarked, 'Our enlisted men are stations and ships homeported at
And with it, the thickening knot Fleet sailor is looking for looking for leadership from Mayport.
That strangles the throat. standardization in uniforms and senior petty officers. When they Johnson, who has been the
Here were the young men with warm,lithe bodies haircuts. He also wants to be get leadership and straight an- Atlantic Fleet's top chief since

Strong arms and glittering eyes... able to wear his working uniformto swers they feel they are part of August 1969, has talked to over
Fathers and husbands and sons... and from home in the same the Navy and perform their jobs 8,000 Atlantic Fleet men and
Who would never dream the dreams of old men manner as officers and chief better' women as their representative in
Or realize the visions of the young. petty officers,' said AVCM Albert.T. Mindful of the career sailor, bringing sound ideas before the

Here were the Men.... Johnson, the top enlisted man Johnson said that Navy strength Commander in Chief, U.S.
The loss of whom choked a million hearts in the Atlantic Fleet. cuts and continued high Atlantic Fleet.

And robbed a nation of a million worlds. Chief Johnson, winding up a operational requirements, He asked that all Atlantic Fleet
Here were the Men. two-week Jacksonville area especially in Southeast Asia, are men and women help him help
Our Brothers In Arms! visit Friday, told Jax Air News requiring greater efforts on partof themselves by letting him know
that throughout his discussions the Navy's petty officer force. their thoughts In Improving

These noble co-sires of our Nation with groups of enlisted men, the During his local stay, Johnson conditions for the betterment of
Would have us not mount Memory's hill same subjects came up toured and talked to com- the Navy. He urged all to use the

For sterile mourning nor maudlin meditation; repeatedly.The manders and personnel at NAS chain of command first, and the,
But rather, they bid us, when we hear the peal of restful taps Master Chief Petty Officerof Jax, Cecil Field and Mayport. If they feel that they have been
Ring out over their silent graves the Atlantic Fleet said, 'Just Included in his schedule was a treated unfairly, or If they
To follow in their dust covered steps; about all of our enlisted men are meeting with members of Navy believe there 1s a way of doing

To pledge ourselves to their same loyalty and dedication; interested in haircuts, and they Wives Clubs of America, Jax 86. something better, they should
To lift though it at times be heavy all seem to feel that there shouldbe He also met with officers and write him.
The burden and prize of our call; some sort of standardizationas men squadrons at the two air His address is:
To shoulder together, though they be misunderstood and to the length of sideburns. AVCM Albert T. Johnson,
maligned He noted that different ships MCPO LANTFLT Code 003,

The Standard of our God and the Emblem of our Nation. and commands require sideburnsto CINCLANTFLT Headquarters,
And finally, to offer our grateful and humble prayers be cut at different lengths, and 9 Norfolk, Va., 23511.
For their immortal and noble souls. that the differences caused
So that when the last light settles misunderstandings as sailors Navy Wives Club To
And dims over the final horizon of Time moved from command to command
Not black night while carrying out their Dedicate
Plaque HereA
But the radiance of eternal day duties.
May burst forth Discussing the wearing of

And carry them to their never ending reward... dungarees to and from work, Memorial Day ceremony is
The.reunion of the soul with God... Johnson said, 'It is the numberone planned by the Navy Wives Club

Of the man with his Maker... ... desire of our enlisted men.: for SATURDAY, May 30. This
Of the Warrior with his King. lie noted that such a policy I Is r. 'J ceremony, dedicating a per-
under study and may become f Yf-" petual bronze memorial to the
ItChief: ,1.
Requiescant in Pace. Amen. effective when the new working men who have fought and died in

J Chaplain RobertC Franklin uniforms for EMs become the service of their country, will
standard throughout the Navy. be held at the NAS flagpole (in

Turning to leadership, Johnson Johnson front of Bldg. 1) at 9:15: a.m.In .

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Z ,2 PAGE 2 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER MAY 28, 1970


:: 'What Kind of Day



1 ]*y- Officially, the day is set aside for the special remembrance of those LA ':=

t'"J.; i'"oj men and women of the armed forces who paid the supreme sacrifice
>- **;for their country. rFBg7v
l ; For many of us-perhaps toomany of us-the day will be little more

'> .than a break from the regular routine. Memorial Day will just be a

part of a three-day weekend. CATHOLICNAVAL

After all, our memories; are sometimes short, and with all the

'living' around us, it is relatively easy for us to overlook the importance -
of recogni zing our heroic dead: AIR STATION
Revolutionary War 4,000 [;a 4.6i'z ; Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
War of 1812 2,000 Sunday Mass 11:00: A.M.

Mexican War 13,000 a m u, r, Jq" Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.

Civil War 364,000 1ft Saturday Confessions .
10:30: 11:15: a.m.
Indian Wars
1,000 :
,1t *
Spanish-American War 11,000 ,:{tt: -: :j
t
World War I 116,000 r -," :; ) !"i NAVAL HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass b A.M.
World War II 406,000 --
Korean Conflict 55,000 HONORED AND HONORS SSgt. Robert H. Bailey (left) receivesan

And in the Republic of Vietnam, by this day, more than 41,000 of our honorable discharge prior to reenlisting for three years and then NATTC
fellow Americans have given their lives. was presented the Navy Commendation Medal with Combat 'V' from Sunday Mass 930A.M.-

Who were these soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines who died in LtCol. R. P. Eckmann, MAD commanding officer. SSgt. Bailey was Bldg. 500

those past wars and who are dying even today? And where did they cited for his work with MAG-13, First Marine Aircraft Wing in con-
come from? nection with combat operations against the enemy from August 1968 to PROTESTANTNAVAL

September 1969.JIt. .

>-
HOSPITAL

\ Memorial r; Sunday Worship 10 A.M.


\-0 Day'. .- Lr Jlf 1 NAVAL AIR STATION

\,- _. Sunday
r ... 'r.f;
.
.-' .. : Holy Communion 8:30:
1 '.7" ;7.:;
A.M. Bldg. 750

Church School (all ages)
The two air station dining halls serve the same menu but observe different
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves week-day meals as follows: A.M.
breakfast. 6 a.m. to 7130 a.m./ dinner- a.m. to 1 p.m./and supper 4 p.m to Junior Church (Nursery-
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.
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m./ supper 5:00: p.m. to 15.: Both Dining halls observe -
the same hours on week-ends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a.m. to Divine Worship Service -
1:30 a.m.brunch 9:30: a.m.to 12:30: p.m.and supper.4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m. 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 Junior Youth Fellowship
cents dinner and brunch for(5 cents and supper for 50 cents.
1 P.M. Bldg. 722

They came from cities, towns, farms, factories, the valleys and the Friday, May 27 Senior Youth Fellowship
1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
mountains. loved life and do. BreakfastHot Dinner Supper
They surely liberty just as we They Oatmeal Deep Fried Fish
were proud to be Americans. And when they were called to serve, they Eggs to Order Mulligatawny Italian Meat Soup Tartar Sauce Tuesday
set aside their dreams until they could be taken up anew when the war French Toast Boiled Spaghetti Balls Ham and Noodles Senior Choir Rehearsal
was over. Grilled Ham Slices Pizza Pie Scalloped
The marched, sailed and flew into battle. Some remain where they PralineEarly Au Gratin Asparagus Creole Wax Beans 7 P.M. Bldg. 750

served so nobly. They died for democracy and freedom and they left Dutch Apple Pie Orange Strawberry Bar Gelatin
ThursdayChristian
us to carry on.
We are deeply indebted to those hundreds of thousands of Americanswho MEMORIAL DAY Science Service -
have gone before us-those men and women of the armed forces BreakfastHot Saturday, May 30 Supper 8 P.M.
Farina Brunch Roast Duck
who have given their lives to make all this we now have possible.The Eggs to Order Submarine Sandwiches Oven Roast of Beef
future is ours. The foundation for it was provided by the Pineapple Hot Cakes Potato Chips Natural Beef Gravy NATTC
sacrifices of the herores we honor this Memorial Day. Minute Steaks Boston Baked Beans Buttered Fresh Divine Worship12 P.M.
Raised Doughnuts Ice Cream Cups Frozen Broccoli Bldg. 500Evening
Green Beans Creole Worship 6 P.M.

Memorial Day Message Chocolate Mode Cake Ala Bldg. 500


Sunday, May 31 Supper
From President Early BreakfastHot Brunch HurricaneHunters
NixonOn Oatmeal
Chicken Pot Pie Grilled Beef Steaks
Eggs to Order Mashed Potatoes Fried Onions
French Toast Buttered Brussels
this Memorial Day we Americans again reverently pause to Grilled Sausage Patties SproutsIce Fried Potatoesounw
ea Keas and
honor those brave men and women of our Armed Forces who have Raised Doughnuts Cream Cups Carrots
given their lives in the defense of freedom. The price they paid so Raisin RollsBreakfast White Cake
others might enjoy the blessings of liberty can never be fully repaid by Butter Cream Icing (Continued from Page 1))

any tribute we may offer.

Our Nation's freedom can be only as secure as our determination to Hot Grits Monday June 1 Supper Jacki./ille, May 20, to check

protect It. Your dedication to this security Is magnificently reflectedby Eggs to Order Onion Dinner Soup Grilled Fried Potatoes Ham Steaks the situation.Cdr. .

your courage loyalty and devotion to duty in the face of hardshipsand Grilled Bacon Slices Beef Pot Roast Creamy Gravy A. 'F' Marsh, the
the risks of battle. Free men everywhere should gain inspirationand French Toast Brown Gravy Buttered MixedVegetables squadron's commanding officer,
strength from your example. Cake Doughnuts Oven Browned Potatoes took off on the morning of the 20th

1 proudly join you In honoring the memory of our fallen comrades on Seasoned Beets in Orange Succotash Sauce Bolle Pinto Beans for what was now a true tropical

this special day. America will always remember their ultimate gift. Sugar Cookies Peach Shortcake" storm located slightly south of

Our fervent hope Is for an enduring peace In which our children .. and Fruit Gelatin Whipped Topping Grand Cayman Island Lt. Brent

their children. will live In security with freedom. L Peterson, flight meterologist,
had run into a full fledged
Tuesday, June 2 hurricane as he recorded
BreakfastHot
Dinner
Supper
Oatmeal Corn Chowder Maryland Fried maximum winds of 70 knots.
Ham OmletHot Grilled Hamburgers Chicken Immediately after receiving this
Take stock in
America
Griddle Cakes Simmered Frankfurters Chicken Gravy information, the Miami
''' ?,yes US Grilled Luncheon Meat French Fried Potatoes Mashed
Bonds
Buy Savings Cinnamon Rolls Italian Baked Beans Potatoes Hurricane center flashed the
Spinach Chopped Egg Mexican Bread Dressing Corn weather bulletin designating the

Ice Cream Sundaes Dutch Apple Pie storm as hurricane Alma, a rare
pre-season hurricane that

Wednesday June 3 threatened the island of Cuba.
Alma moved slowly northward,
BreakfastHot Dinner gradually decreasing in
Supper intensityand
JTAX All NEWSThe Farina Beef Rice Soup Beef Stew eventually subsiding to
Eggs to Order
Minced Beef Tomato Breaded Veal Steaks Grilled Liver overcast skies.and rain showers
Gravy Buttered
Home Fried Potatoes Potatoes Rissole Creole Wax Noodles Beans over northern Florida. Hurricane
Sugar RollsBreakfast Buttered Green Beans flights were then terminated.
Whipped Topping
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Brussels Sprouts with Fruit Jello Adm. Thomas
Moorer Chief of
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Lemon ButterStrawberry ,
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Shortcake Naval Operations, sent a
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS message to Cdr. Marsh on

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Friday. He congratulated
Thursday, June 4 everyone involved for the timely
Jacksonville by 12:00.noon on Monday before publication. News Dinner Supper
items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone 772-3118 or Hot Oatmeal Chicken Noodle Soup Barbecued Spareribs identification of Alma and for
3119. Eggsto Order Pan Roast of Beef Barbecue Sauce maintaining the high state of
Pineapple Hot Cakes Brown Gravy Shoe String Potatoes readiness and professionalismthat
Grilled Ham Slices Mashed Potatoes Steamed
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Praline Rolls Lyonnalse Green Buttered Sauerkraut Green Beans Hunters.characterize' the 'Hurricane
concerning such should be directed to: BeansparsleyButtered Peanut Butter Cake
Fluffy IcingTraffic This routine of identification,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Cherry Pie Carrots tracking and penetration by the
4747 San Juan - - Hunters
Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 ------T------ -- -- -- - of Weather
-- -
Telephone 388-2755 Reconaissance Squadron Four
will be repeated many times in

VOL. 28 NO. 10 MAY 28, 1970 Violations on Page 15 this and future hurricane seasons
by the
intrepid men who considerthe

--------our.- dangerous as routine and the
--s-a.---s.---- unexpected as inevitable.
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MAY 28, 1970 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 3


of 4 Earns VA-4S's Chief ..a

.. rrx
I- Dewey Retires


Degree After 20 Years

TT California, they moved to
Jacksonville. Upon arrival, she 1
By Ens.K.M.Dugan
immediately checked out the VA-45PAO
college possibilities. There was

only Jacksonville University and,
ceremonies at Attack
for her, it was out of the question During
Squadron 45 May 13, another'Blackbird'
because of the distance She
decided it was impossible to was transferred to
the Fleet Reserve and cited
continue to work on her degree, by \
Cdr.A. H. Hinman, commanding -
but no sooner had she decided so, 11
officer for t3
than she read in the newspaperthat exceptional per- -
formance while attached to the
the formation of a new junior
squadron and during his 20 yearsof
r>' college in Jacksonville was being
discussed. service to his country.The .
record and the AEC
man,
Long before the college actually -
existed, she enrolled and Dewey L. Smith, adequately
believes she may have distinctionof speak for themselves. After
enlisting in the Navy in April of
being the first enrollee.
From then, she took one cousea 1950, D. L. Smith began a career INSPECTOR .. Cdr. W. H. Nile, Cecil Field air operations officer,
Mrs.YarboroughCecil night once a week. with her which accumulated a record of congratulates Neil R. Hansen on his promotion to fire inspector.
husband as the baby sitter. resourcefulness, initiative and Hansen is attached to the Cecil Field Fire Division

-The wife of a VA-IS pilot When the started devotion to duty. While serving
and mother of four sons is also a school baby took nursery with VA-45 as supervisor of the
Mrs. Yarbrough two
May 1 graduate of Florida Junior Avionics-Armament Division
daytime courses. The following
electrical branch and Education
as night
which conferred her
College, on semester, she took three courses.
maintenance control chief he
an associate in general education This year she took ten hours her
demonstrated knowledge and
degree.It first and full Foundation.Take
semester a college .
skill equivalent only to the
all started five years ago load of fourteen hours her second highest degree of professional
when Mrs. Barbara Yarboroughwas semester. excellence.

living in California; she The finale to her five year Chief Smith setpersonal stock in AmericaBuy
made the decision to begin her effort came May 1 when her standards of performance which U.S.
first work on the college level. name appeared on the graduation significantly affected and were Savings Bond.SBob's.

Her husband LCdr. Jerry Yar program with a double asterisk adopted by those he worked with.
borough, was deployed on a incicating high honors. Out of He successfully distinguishedhimself
Southest Asia cruise and Mrs. FJC's 324 graduates, 33 were as a master organizerand
Yarborough had three little boysto graduted with honors. Fifteen top administrator with the

care for, but she decided to graduated with high honors. resulting achievements bringing < > Oak Hill
begin schooling even if it did look only praise and credit.
like a long, uphill climb. Cub Scout Pack For his contributions, devotion,

She enrolled in college, and a and exceptional performance, Pure Service CenterOpen
Being Organized
few days after classes had begun, VA-45 extends a sincere note of
she found she was pregnant A Cub Scout pack for boys thanks along with warmest
again. But she didn't give up living in the Jacksonville wishes for smooth sailing and for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 ,..m.I .

school when classes ended in Heights, Cedar Hills and Oak following seas in his future endeavors -

June, she packed and drove Hills areas is being organized roid service pick vp & deliveryechoic
across the country to be with her under sponsorship of the Churchof I .

mother in South Carolina when Etiphany at 103rd St. and joining the pack should contact oi duty '.Irle.. ft Foreifi Curs '

the baby was born. Harlow Blvd. Peter Rich, who is organizing the

After LCdr. Yarborough then a Cecil parents with boys ages 8, pack, at 772-9962, or call Mrs. 103rd
lieutenant finished his tour in 9 and 10 who are interested in Toni Tripet at 771-2830 7719156 I Jacksonville& Jammes Florida Road


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;%q '. President and Secretaries



ja' Speak on Drug Abuse WeekJaxThis


r Jys ., ,
wx.: ld .N41 wt 1. week has been set clergy, and all those whose activities -
/t 1 aside by President Nixon as Drug interrelate with young
Abuse Prevention Week. In so people, to make a special effort
rL7 doing he has issued a statement during this week to discourage
followed up by statements by drug abuse, to end drug experimentation -
Secretary of Defense Melvin and to eliminate
i : -Il Laird and Secretary of the Navy illegal drug traffic.'
: John Chafee. Secretary Laird: 'I share the
'Statistics tell but part of the President's concern for this
tPi ; tragedy of drug abuse. The serious national problem and
crippled lives of young endorse the action he is taking.
Americans, the shattered hopes Accordingly, I request that all
of their parents, the rendering of commands, bases, posts, and
the social fabric-as addicts installations call attention to the

R + w 3x,'. r inevitably turn to crime in orderto President's proclamation that
d supply a costly habit, these are Drug Abuse Prevention Week
FIVE THOUSAND HOUR VETERAN--LCdr. D. E. Kuehler, (center) receives a special 5,000 hour the personal tragedies, the 1970 may be appropriately ob
certificate from D.M. Wilder,vice president of government programs at Lockheed, after completingmore human disasters that tell the real served throughout the Depart-
than the number of hours in the P-2 Neptune antisubmarine warfare aircraft. Kuehler revealed story of what drug abuse does to ment of Defense world-wide. Let
that the members of his crew,now a part of a reserve air detachment, North Island, San Diego, had a individuals and can do to our us use this occasion to underscoreour
total of 40,000 flying hours and that each man had over 2,000 hours in the P2. Also on hand for the nation.' concern on this serious
ceremony was Capt. E.0. Skidmore, Naval Plant representative at Lockheed. I encourage members of the problem and with renewed
leadership effort seek to

.r-----------itl PHONE 311.88311 General Says Marines in 70s Tough and Lean' eradicate community.it' from the military

. I 'ji : Secretary Chafee: 'My con-
I II Commenting on the need for the data processing field. (This) cern as Secretary of the Navy
WASHINGTON D. C. The professionalism in the smaller will be a big field in the Corps in reflects apprehension not only for
i:: (E' I Marine Corps of the 1970s will be Corps d the post-war era, Gen. the years to come.' the plight of the Navy and Marine

I II 'tough and lean' according to its Chapman said, 'The Marines and Gen. Chapman discussed the Corps but for the real damage
t ji 12491281 KING aT | Commandant, General LeonardF. officers who joined the Corps in .responsibilities of staff NCOs and drug abuse can have on our
I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32204 J Chapman. the last five years are among thebest junior officers in the combat nation. The deterioration of the
As Victimization progresses, we've ever had ... The only values and morals of a nation's
I ready Corps of the 1970s: There(
WANTED! 'it and the Marine Corps shrinks to change we're making is to in- young can only lead to national
will be continuation of the
: USED CAMERAS AND about its pre-war size, Gen. crease the terms of enlistment. kind of a same that decadence. Drug abuse is one of
responsibilities
EQUIPMENT. Chapman envisions 'an excellent We told our recruiters to go after the major problems confrontingthe
WE PAY (they) have had in the past. As
I TOP Marine Corps, wellm anned in all more three -and four year Navy and Marine Corps
DOLLAR 388-8535 J out of the the
respects, tough and lean and enlistments, and they're doing we phase war, today. Rising statistics indicatethe
BRING THIS to ...
AD emphasis changes over
WITH YOU! combat that now.' problem is not under controlnor
.. ......-...-- ready things that go to make up a
The general thinks training will is there reason to be optimistic -
Marine that is
be one of the keys to a smaller but professional for a surcease at any
maximum in
more tightly knit Corps.He said, appearance, future date. All commands of the
'We have plans not only to con- military courtesy of as' well as Navy and Marine Corps are
tinue the rather heavy commitments performance duty. enjoined to support the Presidentand
-- .- to training we have One of the concrete changesthat our country in confronting
now, but ... increasing them in will affect active duty NCOsis drug abuse.'
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By SN Pat Williams. .>
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Phillip Ott says that it was Petty Officer Boyd is in charged t1wv :
the people he worked with that Equipment Maintenance at the
made him want to ship over the Aviation Ordnance School. He

first time. has been at NATTC since 1967 He Q-My husband receives! a
Obviously, they had a lasting reported from Roosevelt Roads, VA pension, and has to have
effect because last week in p R. after a 46-month tour there. someone with him constantly.
NA TIC's Legal Office he took the This reenlistment, ad- : 1! Can hK pension be increased to
reenlistment oath for the third ministered by Capt. Kennedy and pay for this assistance?
time and six more years service.It attended by officers from the AO A-Veterans who receive pen.
sion, and who become so helpless
was administered by Legal School, will add six more years to a l as! to need\ regular aid and
Officer Lt C. Simmons. the sixteen he already has, and he i ;; attendance of another person,
Petty Officer Ott is the yeoman says, finish it up' for him. may be eligible for an additional
for the Discipline Office. He first allowance. Apply at your nearest -
reported aboard in November Drill Team Top StudentsIt's VA office
1968 and was assigned to AO not a proven fact that being ; ?, Q-What are the VA who regulations -
for servicemen want
School Leading Chiefs Office, on the drill team makes you any !
to take correspondence courses?
but after a month he was tran- smarter, but the idea got some A Currently, servicemenmust
sferred to the Legal Office. support when AE School, Class. GOOD FELLOWSHIP' YN1 PMIM.. .. OH of NATTC Legal I was Impressed -have been on active duty
MS graduated. The top three ( wife his ftMtw workers thf first tim 1M sHipt> 4-over and for at least two years, with a
The benefits, cooperative and students were all on the Jaxon hasn't changed nit mind since that day. Here he is administered the period of at least 181 days continuous
friendly shipmates, did more to Lancers. Nth by Lt. C. Simons. as he reaps the bennies for the third time service. Also, the correspondence -
make him decide on a Navy Honorman Dean W. Young had course must be approved -
career, says Ott, than did most of an average of 89.91 Second was by the state approving
the 'shipping over' lectures he agency and lead to an identified
Dale Brittin with an ..77, and
received. third runner-up was ShermanCox New GI Bill Benefits jective.educational or professional! ob-

The f fast 3Mt years of his career with 16.05. Q-My father, a disabled! vet-
Ott was stationed a t N or th Island, WASHINGTON (AFPS) Here are highlights of the educational eran, is receiving compensationfrom
and VF-142, Miramar, Calif. AE Admiral benefits added to the GI Bill in a law signed by Presi- the VA. Since I have lost
Since then he has been to Vietnam Admiral Halsey checked into dent Nixon: contact with him, will the VA
and before coming to NATTC last week. MoftHtly. Payments Old New give me his address?
All information in
A-No.
NATTC he was at Cecil Field. What? That's right, but of Single veteran, or serviceman on active duty $130 $175 veteran's record the a
except
The 13 year serviceman lives course, not the famous Admiral Veteran with one dependent $155 $205 amount of payment, is confidential -
with his wife, Lorraine, and their Halsey himself, but a distant Veteran with two dependents $175 $230 and can be released only on
Each additional dependent $10 $13
three sons near Ocala. relative, namely his great Orphans, widows $130 $175 the written request of the veteran -
nephew, AA Leroy Admiral The VA may, however,
AOReenlfeteeAnother Halsey. Tutor AssistanceTutor forward a letter to a veteran,
man to raise his right Halsey will be attending the AE'A' assistance for students failing college studies-Up to $50 so long as its purpose is not
monthly for nine months will be paid but only to failing stu debt collection, canvassing. harassment
hand last week ATI William School for 22 weeks and then
was -
dents, not those who simply want to raise their marks. or propaganda pur-
Boyd.- well, who knows? Pre-S aration Education Mae. poses. The letter must be en-

Permits payment up to $175 monthly for tuition, fees and book closed in a stamped unsealed en-
expenses in a special pre-separation education plan for servicemen velope with no return address.
working toward a high school diploma or attending coursesto Q-1 am a veteran. Can I receive -
prepare for college. The plan is open to men with less than a free medical examina
180-days' active duty remaining and the payments are not tion from the VA for a job?
counted against other GI Bill entitlements. A-No., The VA is not permitted -
to give the veteran an
Vocational Rehabilitation Training examination for anything except
Increases full time vocational rehabilitation training to $135 in connection with a VA
per month for single men, $181 for those with one dependentand benefit.
$210 for men with two dependents with $6 for each addi- Q-Must a veteran occupy as
tional dependent. a home the house hi purchases
Lower Minimum Hours through a GI loan
Permits payment of full GI Bill allowances to veterans takingas A-Yes. The veteran applicant
few as 12 semester hours per week ((14 was previous minimum both at the time he applies -
). This applies only at colleges which consider 12 hours for the loan, and at the
"full-time study." time the loan is closed, must
certify that he intends to occupy -
Other the property as his home.
---.'' .....,. Permits veterans to draw education help from more than one
"I think you'll like it here, Grapeshot his staff meetings area government agency at one time.
blast."

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Navy Re-Up Standards

Club Schedules

Will Provide All-Pros

e

BLUEJACKETS INN Jax-Attention, Professional performers who will exceed the
Sailors. The Navy has a con- minimum standards for
Tonight the music will be provided by the Messengers of the Masses. tinuing need for you in the career reenlistment. To do this, a
Tomorrow evening through Sunday Ronnie and the Soul Society will force. The incentives of the Recommended for Preferred
take the stage. Monday evening's entertainment will be provided by reenlistment programs and the Reenlistment classification has
Lorenzo's Soul Treatment, and Tuesday's feature will be the benefits of career service were been established. To receive this
Camelots. Wednesday's attractions is the Four of Clubs. developed to encourage your classification you must be
reenlistment. To complimentthese eligible for reenlistment and be
ACEY DEUCEY CLUB incentives and officer third class
many at least a petty
benefits, which are available to who has passed a petty officer f
Tonight there will be dancing to the Altones from 8 to 12:30: and all who reenlist for a career, new second class examination and : i
tomorrow evening's feature will be Mel Gaden and his Rhythem Girls. goals have become part, of the have an overall trait average of
The Four of Clubs will entertain you on Saturday evening. On Sunday, standards for reenlistment. By at least 3.6.
there will be floor show Alec Houston and Elmer
a special featuring
these will not
attaining goals, you The has a need for well-
from the television program 'Hee Haw'. There will also be dancing to only have a sense of personal trained Navy and experienced petty COOL VIEW Lovely Stell*
the music of the 3 Sounds starting at 7:30. Stevens suggests you take, a
achievement but will also be
you officers and it is essential that the
The ACEY Deucey's Club's dining room is now open and ready to identified the high caliber long look at your savings
as have the highest possible have
Navy And if don't
from 11 to 1 from 5 to 9 program. yon
serve you a.m. p.m. daily, p.m. on Thursday, If meet
career professional. you starting
Friday and Saturday,and from 1 to 9 p.m. on Sunday. the eligibility conditions below level sailor.of professionalism Check with your in every per- one.with Stella U.S. suggests Savings Bonds.

and are recommended, you are sonnel officer and career (Photo courtesy Columbia Pic-
CPO CLUB assured of meaningful and tures)
a
counselor for all the details.Commissaries.
rewarding career as a member of
Tonight there will be dancing to Mark Castle from 8 to 12, and the Navy Team upon reenlist
tomorrow the Clubs will provide the music. Saturday John Thomas ment. Here are the latest Honor
will be featured, and on Sunday evening the featured attractions will reenlistment requirements.
be Johnny Pineapple and his South Pacific Review. There will no Eligibility By Rate. (a) I
entertainment Monday and Tuesday nights, but on Wednesday the Continue in effect, be a petty 1
music will be provided by the 3 Sounds.' officer, or have passed the P03 Food Stamps July '

exam, for first reenlistment. (b)
OFFICERS CLUB Effective July 1, 1971, be at leasta Washington D. C.-Military families may be eligible for the
P01 who has passed the CPO families who qualify for food program.
Tonight is Beefeaters Night at the'0'Club,and the Package Store is exam, for service beyond 22 stamps will be able to use them in Eligibility for food stamps is
open from 12 to 6 p.m. Tomorrow there will be a Happy Hour in the years. (c) Effective July 1, 2971, commissary stores after July 1. determined by the county or city
Main Brace from 4 to 6:30: and 'Sing Along with Phil Also, the dining be at least a CPO for service The Defense Department has officials who administer the
room is open for the evening meal from 6 to 10 on Friday, with a lun beyond 25 years (d) Meritorious authorized all 312 commissarystores program. Local offices are
cheon in the Main Brace.Sunday's .. the United listetd in the
waivers may be requested by in the States to usually telephone
feature is 'Stars and Bars' from 5:30: to 7:30: with dinner under'Welfare'Social
CO for those men with good participate in the Department of directory
from 6 to 7:30 and dancing to Johnny Jelinek. On Sunday, the Cocktail records who may miss out on Agriculture Food Stamp Services' or 'Public Assistance.
Lounge is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. with a Sunday Buffet from 2 to reenlistment by the above Program. Eligibility depends on family size
11 p.m. The club is closed Monday. On Wednesday there will be a requirements. and income.
Ceiling Zero Happy Hour from 4:30: to 6:30.: A recent survey indicates that Food stamps may be used to by
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11 there will be an evening of entertainment provided by Rudy Wesley. Something new has been added, ---- --
Tickets for this are now being sold at the desk. An NAS Theme Party, recognition of the 'top notch'
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Cecil Sports By DTC J.D. Brewster

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SOFTBALL homers were belted five by AVOW AV.ORD 65 ..; ,.. ..
A.45 ".7 :. .
and two by the Marines.
VA-83 pushed across seven '
Marines 38 .... t 1t ,
runs in the top of the 6th inning to Urich was winning pitcher all Public Works 0.11 .,., );: It '
break a 12.12 tie and down three games. '
AMD, 19-12.up Although plagued by Ops 8, VA-174 3. Winning Rudy Rubies: Our pitchers '\ .. \ .. ; 1 1't
wildness throughout the game, pitcher Laughlin set down 11 held the hitters[ to only 12 r .. fw' $If ;:
Smith managed to hang on for the Hellrazors on strikes while his homeruns last week at south fieldOps' : t': \ ';i'
teammates had little difficulty in unbeaten ace twirler, I. <, : \ B.
win.VA72 .
taillied five big runs in solving the southpaw slants of Laughlin has whiffed 123 battersin > ; ;; > :'
the 5th inning and went on to Don Doole. The only two defeats nine games, including four in ', 1 7 Ij'Ill" ', '<'-Ii( >'< ",
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defeat VA-87, 81. Haag con- suffered by Doole this season the 1st inning of a recent game a t'm-; I '"l "" 1'i(1 6 ;{><'"
tributed a triple and double to the have been at the hands of Ops. (the catcher failed to hang onto a

Blue Hawks attack. Harris Dental 17, Public Works 7. third called strike.) A rarity in MORE THAN 90 YEARS of good conducts was recognized when six
received the win. Chuck Cose captured thefirst win Softball occurred when Skeie of personnel from VA-174 received Good Conduct Awards on May 18.
Harris of VA-72 won his second of his pitching 'career' VA-83 was credited with 2 RBIson They were left to right ADCS F. K. Brengl, ninth award: YNC P. B.
game of the week as VA-72 bested against an undermanned Public a sacrifice fly,and believe it or Calhoun, sixth award AMS2 D. W. Musfeldt, fourth award, and AE1
VA-83, 103. Caldwell had a Works nine. not, the ball was not mishandledon B. S. Lawton, AZl W. H. Dean, and AMS3 F. R. Gwyn, all receivingtheir
homerun and two doubles for the Ops 7, Marines 0- Sutter belteda the play. second award.
losers. three run homer and Laughlin
AMD forfeited to VA-46. For struck out 13 in blanking the BOWLING Cecil Civilian VA-83

those who may care to know, but Marines.
do not, the score of a forfeited Don Doole pitched and batted American League: Jackson of AQF2 Charles E. Holden,
game is 7-0. Standings: (National VA-174 to a 12-0 whitewashing of Food Service rolled the evenings Bowling Team AMH2 Ernest L. Yancey, and
,League) the Marines. The 'husky' south- high game, 230. High series AMH3 Austin H. Story were
paw cracked out a homer, double belonged to Dave Waldron with a advanced to their present rateson
VA-46 9.' and single in three times at bat. 565,16 other bowlers recorded 500 Rolls Top GameThe May 1. Cdr. T. C. Casimes, C.
VA83VA72 7.3 Dental's road show, The or better series. 0. of the squadron presentedeach
7.3 Many inquiries have been of the men with certificates.VC4 .
VA87VA81 6.4 Comedy of Errors, played beforea
3.6 standing room only audienceand received requesting information Cecil Civies Bowling
VC-4 27 fumbled their way to a close regarding the Friendly Midget: League, composed of Cecil Field AMSC Paul Howard Kennersonof
AMD 0.10 win over VA-45,11.10, in extra John MacKintosh is the Midget. civilian employees and membersof VC-4 Detachment Cecil has
American League: AV-ORD innings. After the 'game,' win- Mac has been attached to VA-45 their families, ended its 1969-70 signed for an additional four
bagged three wins last week, ning pitcher Stan Olsen an- since August, 1967. He carries a bowling season April 29. years enlistment. He presentlyhas
nounced his intention of suing his 172 and made the Raider
beating Public Works 11-7, and average For the second year in a row, 15 years service with the
taking a double header from the teammates for non-support. team which representedCecil the 'Chargers' took top honors. Navy.
Marines 6-4 and 105.() In the Standings: Field in the recent 6th This team is composed of LouisB. Kennerson is assigned as the
nightcap of the twin bill, seven Ops 11.0 Naval District Bowling tourney. Beard, team captain; Vance airframes branch chief in the
VA-174 9.3 Mac stands 5' 51.1" ( his i.d.
or so
Beard, Louise Bunn and Bill maintenance department. He is
card says) and his vital statisticsare Bunn. responsible for the performanceof
SANKAMERICARD*AMERICAN EXPRESS.STANDAftD 352834. All kidding aside, maintenance on the structureand
OILtMASTERCHARGE Credit CardiROOSEVELT Honored Mac loves bowling and has Second place honors go to 'TheM hydraulic systems of the A4C
contributed much to engendering & M's' composed of Ralph and US2C aircraft. He,also, holds
MALIcarwasn enthusiasm in the game at Cecil Mosher, team captain, Syb the position as the Detachment
Field.A Mosher, Hwel Mixon and Leon Career Counselor.
team consisting of Bob Mixon.In Chief Kennerson and his wife
Gunter, Jim Fulbright, Bob
have three children, Paul
addition to the first and
Locke Buck Vedral the
Midgetand
Howard, Jr., Katherine and
second winners the
Bill place ,
possibly Vaughan have
Susan. They reside at 5842 Moore
accepted a challenge from VA- following torphies were
at the seventh annual Ave., Jacksonville, Fla.
presented
174 to a roll.off. Standings: (the
Midget only provided the first bowling banquet to be held
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY seven teams) Saturday evening, at Trader
HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM Glick's on Roosevelt Boulevard.
VA.46No.2 31.17
Marines 29.19 1
- -. VA.45 No. 1 28.20 50rii
Operations 28.20 Most
Improved:
VA.46 No. 1 27.21 oil
MILITARY and CIVILIAN Weapons 26.22
AMD 24-24 Perfect attendance awards will
........................................ be
National League: Eschete given as follows: IJ N WilEN
LEAVE VACATIONWITH rolled a 562 series, DelVecchio
ARRANGE 559, Roberts 555 and Thiel 533 as Seven years perfect
10 bowlers had 500 series. attendnance; Clyde Bradley, O'IN
SOMEONE LACK NOME Roberts' 224 game was high for t/J'
the night. On Year: Vice Gedrottis, Syb
LET US ARRANGE (
IT WITH
Against 'stiff' competition (the Mosher, Betty Gedrottis, Gladys
Helpful Travel Tips Facts On Required other team forfeited) 'pressure' Driscoll, Harold Coffill, James

Rft R Documents For.Speclal bowler Ton Puckett of Dental Stout and Leon Mixon. CONSERVE UTILITES

Low Air Fares Overseas Travel arose to the occasion with a

career high series of 539, in-
d :' cluding his first 200 game..Tom

p is murder in the 'clutch'. 7dIthBY {-/)
.1 A1d Coach 'Spoon' Spunaugle has
picked an all star team from VA- -'
174 consisting of Burl Burch, Rob BEL LAIR HOME BUILDERS I I INC.

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Doole and Pat Duncan, and has 1ci
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The Hospital Officers
P Wives Club met last Wednesdayat
the Officer's Club to install the
.,
'. new officers for this year.
New officers for the club are
Jane Chenault; president; Ruth :
.a. Rehme, vice president; Lou Ann r- :
... Wyatt, recording secretary; Dee
} .> Anderson, corresponding
secretary and Mary Ann Eytel,

NEW OFFICERS .The, New Officers for the Hospital Offiers Wives treasurer.
Club pose near a table of arts and crafts that was a part of the in. The installation coffee also
stallation coffee.Beware. included a creative arts and
crafts display of the works done
of Pretty FlowersWashington by the hospital officers, their
wives, and children. The display
(Family Editor) Poisonous in bulb only: Narcissus included drawings, paintings, ,V
Many of the picturesque, sweet- daffodil and hyacinth. decoupage, photography, I
smelling flower plants that needlework, sewing and
sprout up from beneath the soil Poisonous in underground ceramics. <
are capable of placing flower portion of stem: Iris. Past president, Jean Knapp j
lovers down under the soil for Poisonous in leaves: Ivy, lily presented checks to the Red
good. of. the valley, rhubarb wild and Cross to representative Elena
Garden plants should be for cultivated cherries. Abrams; to Peggy Johnson, SMOKEY BEAR CLUB.This summer the station's three libraries
bidden territory for young president of the Lee Chapter of are offering your children the opportunity to become a member of the
children. Seeds and bulbs should Before you plant those pretty, American Field Service who will Smokey Bear's Vacation Reading Club Any child Who reads the
be kept out of the youngster'sreach sweet-smelling plant seeds, be sponsoring a foreign exchange required number of animal and nature books will receive a Smokey
and they should be taught check into the safety factors. student's trip to Washington, D. Bear Reading Certificate
not to put leaves or stems of any C; and to Rae Gillespie for the Plans are also being made for a story hour at 10 a.m. each Wednesday .
plants in their mouths. Jango. during July at the HAS Library.
Some of the more common Patron 5 Wives
that poisonous includethe
plants are -

following: Picnic Is
Retire Militiry Itird Sunday

A picnic sponsored by the VP-5 ATCEDAR HILLS PENNEY'S NOWTHRU SATURDAY MAY 30
Molts Weditsdiy EM Wives Club will be held at
Goldhead State Park on Sunday,
The board of directors of the May 31. This will be an all-day
Retired Military Association will affair for VP-5 families. Those IS
hold its regular monthly meetingon interested must provide their GIFT IDEA
June 3, 1970. This meeting will own food. The park can be
be held at the Doctor's Inlet Civic reached by traveling Highway 20 s"J "
Center and is open to members south. For further information ALWAYS
only.For further information call contact either Mrs. Barbara .(:\;. '
Arthur J. Torrence, state Teemley, at 781.1762, or Mrs. ":''''(:'j
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exercises. It requires months of ,
training, teamwork and par O,0 re g,
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crew to fulfill all the 0.:;> .
requirements. An alpha crew is
fully qualified to perform any
flight missions assigned to the

I-: squadron.LCdr. Rick Holloway is the YOU MUST STOP ON A HIGHWAYOn
patrol plane commander of crew
21. The other officers on the crew an expressway with paved shoulders, signal and pull off at near
are Lt. Dick McGrath, copilot, traffic speed, then slow down. Where the shoulder is unpaved, signal aright
Ltjg Roger King, tactical coor turn and slow down to a safe speed before turning off.
dinator, and LTjg Dick Barnes, Leave low-beam headlights on in dusk, darkness or bad weather,
t navigator. The crew first tech is turn on interior lights and four-way flashers if you have them.If .
AWC Andy Anderson. The rest of you must stop close to a traffic lane, on a curve, over a hill or in
J 0ft the enlisted crew includes AW2 any risky location, get eryone out of the car and well away from
Jim Pace, radar operator, AW3 traffic. By all means, don't obscure taillights at night by standing or
Tom Stanley, Julie operator, working behind car.
ATN2 Tom Berry,radioman, A02 Day or night, place a flare or other warning device just behind the
Wayne Rodgers, ordnancemanand car and another at least 300 feet back (that's about 120 paces).
ADJ1 Ed Ponder, flight Raise the hood and tie a white handkerchief to the antenna or left
engineer. door handle as a signal if you need help.

MAD FOX ALPHA CREW. VP-5 Crew 21 It greeted by Cdr. R.T. '
Thomas, CO after returning from the flight that qualified them as an Surplus Items How Fast Can You Die? I
alpha crew. On ladder (bottom to top It.|.g. King, Lt. |I. g. Barnes,
AW2 Pace, A02 Rodgers, Lt. McGrath, AWC Anderson, AW3 Stanley, for Bid The following is the result of a 4-th of a lecond-
Open
ADJ1 Ponder, ATN2 Berry and LCdr. Holloway. study conducted several years The car's front 24 inches have
ago by the University of been demolished, but the rear
At Sale June 3 Washington in cooperation with end is still traveling at about 35
NIW GJ.IILL the National Safety Council on miles per hour.The driver's bodyis
m FOR YOU! Jax-A government surplus what happens when a car, still traveling 55 miles per
INCIIASID > property local spot bid sale will traveling at 55 miles an hour, hour. The half-ton motor block
EWCATTON MHIf IK be held at 9 a.m., June 3, 19'10 at crashes into a solid, immovable crunches into the object hit.
the Disposal Division, NAS object. Sloth of a second-
Jacksonville, located \Vi miles MOth of a second The driver's fear-frozen hands
south of the Main Gate. Items The front bumper and chrome bend the steering column into an
TOP HAT DRIVE IN applicable to this sale are locatedat 'frosting' of the grillwork almost vertical position. The
disposal yards at NAS Slivers of steel
collapses. force of gravity impales him on
2 Good Jacksonville, Cecil Field and penetrate the object to a depth of the steering shaft. Jagged steel
Eating, Mayport. 1',2 inches. punctures lungs and intercostal
,I Fast Service. Inspection of the property is 2-10th of a second arteries. Blood spurts into his
invited. Military and civilian The hood rises, crumbles, lungs.
Chicken i personnel are invited to par smashes into the windshield. 6-10th of a second-
ticipate except persons under 21 Spinning rear wheels leave the The driver's feet are ripped
Steaks years of age and those whose ground. The fenders come into from his tightly laced shoes. The
Seafood duties include responsibilities for contact with the object, forcingthe brake pedal shears off the floor
_ or within the Defense Property rear parts out over the front boards. The chassis bends in the
Disposal Programs, their agents, doors. The driver's body con- middle, shearing body bolts. The
2045
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employees, and immediate tinues to move forward at the driver's head smashes into the
members of their households. vehicle's original speed. At 20 windshield. The rear of the car
times the normal force of begins its downward fall, spin
gravity, his body weighs 3,000 ning wheels digging into the
pounds.His legs ramrod straight, ground.
SPECIAL snap at the knee joints. 7-10th of a second-
MOth of a second- The entire body of the car is
The driver's body is now off the forced out of shape. Hinges tear,
PURCHASE seat, torso upright, broken knees doors spring open. In one last
pressed against the dashboard.The convulsion, the seat rams for
plastic and steel frame of the ward, pinning the driver againstthe
steering wheel begins to bend cruel steel of the steering
under his terrible death grip. His shaft. Blood leaps from his
$AVE HUNDREDS mouth shock has frozen his
head is now near the sun visor, ,
BRAND NEW 1969 his chest above the steering heart.
THE END
Plymouths and Chryslers column.


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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY '

Publisher Call: 388- 755 MOVIE SCHEDULE :


JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

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

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE ': published the following week unless the

publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or THURSDAY G. (99 miss)
,
money order for the full cost of the ad must be : 'The Arrangement'

received WITH the copy for the ad.
NAS: 'Butch Cassity
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 Sundance Kid' TUESDAY,JUNE 2

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) SO Cents
Newman and
Color Western Comedy. : 'Wild In The Streets'

((110 mins. Shelly Winters and

Hospital: 'Dunwich J ones. Color Drama.


.f J I i:gM: : j; mm la; stereo Magnavox AM.FM, Mediterranean FOR combo.SALE One year console old,, 2BR.., li' sB.ORANGE Cent. H&A.PARK, $170. Ph. 7714499. Stockwell.starring Sandra Color Dee V.Yu'G.:(96'Pussycat mins.) Pussycat,

((90 mins.)
excellent cond., $250. Call 2644780.JUSTISSTRAILERPARK .

SERVICEWIVES CORNER LOT FRIDAY, MAY % WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS Ideal for trailer, city water & sewer.
Jobfinders-1372 Cassat 387-5626 IilrgIIt9M.ii WI Conv. to both NAS & Cecil. $30. a
1022
or : 'Bullitt starring Steve
Park Street, 354-7888. month. 771-0103. NAS: 'The
Tennis Shoes' and Jacqueline Bisset.

Russelll] and Cesar Action Drama. 'M' E. (113
PAYDAY BLUES
SMALL FURN. HOUSE
.) .
Ever looked at your check on paydayand 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Adults only. $60. Lights and water Color Disney Comedy. '
find there lust wasn't enough. If trailer and Apts. 3893007. Included. 4158 Shirley Ave. 3883540. ((91 miss) : Wild In the Streets'.w

you can work evenings and like Hospital: 'Butch
working with people and need to makeat
least $60. a week, call 3887298. MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea WIL-MAR APTS. the Sundance Kid'SATURDAY ARMY TOM
Come talk to the military personnelwho 2 Br., LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., ,
( Mobile Home Park) Vt Mile
are making this money now. Age Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off MAY
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near
2130. street. Water, Garbage & Sewage'
schools and shopping center. Clean,
Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus Comedy.'M'
and reasonable rates. Manager on NAS 'The Wild
:
HELP WANTED tax) 3872541. Nights & weekends 389-
premises. Children and pets
Part.tlme, Contact Knox Enco Sera welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3846264. 0744. starring William
vlcenter, 4710 San Juan Ave., Ph. 389. Ernest Borgnine. Color
9161 or 3882423. 'R'E. ((135 mins.)

For RIVERVIEW Rent Riverfront MOBILE mobile HOME PARK t qP' "' -l Hospital: 'The
WAITRESS WANTED home Ii : : Tennis Shoes'
Over 21, neat, Daytime shift, ex spaces for people who care. Quiet, ,v .
perience not necessary. 3872621. 6403 large shaded lots, with large patios, NAS Matinee: 'The J-
Roosevelt Blvd. paved streets, excellent drinking Mr. Chicken' starring ;
water & no mosquitoes. Free boat and Joan Staley Color
dockage., Adults only. 12 miles So. of
.I
ALL FLORIDA
PART-TIME COOK (90 mins.) '
NAS Jax
17 SWIMS
on Hwy. at Black Creek. ,
Will train, evening shift, Male or Ph. ((904). ) 2843369. Green Cove REAL ESTATE SCHOOL
Female 387-2621 6403 Roosevelt Blvd.
Springs. Accelerated correspondence course.
SUNDAY, MAY .
FISH
R.E. law. Prepare for state
examination. P.O. Box 7403, Jax., *
FOR RENT 322107716877. L.F. Nastrl, Reg. R.E. NAS: 'The DEER SWUM ESTATES

a: ,.,..:.:-...,''."'_.''.,'>.",.>..>, .'."'.._....... .,..'.'',,"..iil11'7......'Wo''w_:<.,::,<<.<.,'.4 washer 12x60, 2BR.and, fenced AC, w In to yard w carpet, near, Bkr. starring Kirk Douglas State R. II MirKijftUWHtfctiappy family Inn i I Ias

Cedar Hills Shopping Center. Call 771.. Dunaway. Color minutes Iran Jal.
3211 Ext. 8446 or 264..c729.Iftll. ATTENTION OWNERS ((133 miss) IMALLIOUINa ,iClear
BE A RADIO OR
GERMAN SHEPHERDS weferswimmlngSHOPPING
Hospital: 'The Wild
TV ANNOUNCER NEWOBEDIENCE CLASSES CENTER WARFIWINOMMMV
.. a Iselin.
Recorded message by leading an. Last Class Till Fall

nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. ..a .1 Registration Mon. 7:30 p.m. May 25th MONDAY,JUNE teases nrrCAUP0g BREAM
355-2944. New class starts June 1st at 7:30 AlfOIMTMINrRIAITOI
Bruce Park. Arlington & Rogero Rd.
for Info. 764-2140 or 771.2171.PRIVATE NAS: 'Pussycat, CIJ*W.s.,..,CI.
Love You' Ian
SEWING MACHINE I $42FREIGHTDISCOUNT starring
FOR SALE OR RENT 3S6-4I4*
and John Galvin. Color
ORDERS. Cash for
: RECEIVED your
3' 1970 new zig-zag sewing machines,
slightly scratched In shipment, to be equity or let us rent your home. All elementary sublects, specializingIn
sold for $42 each. May be paid cash, REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for remedial reading. Call after 3:30.:
map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor 7711969. '
charge cards or 6 monthly paymentsof r
Mills, USN Ret. 2642411.
$7. Will take trades as part
. payment. These nationally advertised ORANGE PARK REALTY ?d4tM WESTSIDE
machines carry full factory MILITARY, FREE NOTARY. ( iN.J.tr."TIII@ :
mi
guarantee. Call anytime 353.1946, ask ':;;:.: : ;" :

for Mr. Joseph, free home trial and VOLKSWAGEN, INC.
delivery, no obligation. A-l 1
'HIDDEN WATERS'Black
Warehouse, 1606 Main.COMPLETE Creek, Canal or Lake lots AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast ELLING USED CARSGUARANTEE
available. Excellent fishing, boating,
'YORK'GYM swimming. Mobile.Home area. Also, and West Coast 3533691.

For men & women. Now open at the permanent home area. High, wooded
Beaches. 715 N. 1st St. Jacksonville lots. E.Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
Beach. Ph. '2466566. Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. FOR SALE 100Z
1970 SUZUKI 500. Loaded. Racing
sprocket. Practically new. Ext.. 8163
NEW.RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS 3BR., HOMES
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape Very clean, $100-$300 Down. Near at Cecil.
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Cecil and NAS Jax. Louise F. Bailey.
. stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. 771.3605 or 246.8253. 66 VW SEDAN
Good condition. Call Mr. Velez Day
772.3067, Eve. 264.2136. $950.
Y ORANGE PARK

GEORGE'S KENNELS By owner, save hundreds 3BR., 2B.,
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand 48 VOLVO 142-S
fam. rm., living rm., din. rm., utll.
Est. 1925. Poodle AM-FM Radio, like $1695. 387.
delivery new
rm., cent. H & A., fenced, patio, ,
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 FHA' 7581 or 781 0684.
carport, 6V percent loan
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and payments $108. Can handle for $800.
Edge wood) 389.0064.PORTABLE .
Ph. 2645127. 69 OLDS 442

4 spd., AC, PB, PS, Super stock $695
TYPEWRITERSI5 ORTEGA FOREST AREA wheels, $2600. Call Walt 398-7514.

Remington Lightweight good By Owner. 3BR.,fenced yard, Conv. to
condition. Phone 3531946. Will Jax and Cecil. 4616 Homestead Rd.
deliver, without obligation. 1606 MainSt. $15,500 plus closing. PONTIAC
(Tempest Sprint) w. OHC.6, striped,
2Dr., AT. R&H, low mileage, extra
BY OWNER clean, mechanically sound & fast.
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Equity sale, 3BR., Carport, big fenced $43.03 per month. Call 3985472. &up
Wilford's Fish Camp 264-9707. yd, hardwood firs. 6565 Anverse Blvd.

COBIA CRUISER
STEREO CONSOLE WINDSOR FOREST3BR. 17 ft., 85 hp Johnson, Take over
Fully automatic stereo, like new ., Brick, 2B., Fam. Rm., Cent. payments, Call Mr. Robertson. 384- Many To
walnut console combination with H&A., w to w carpeting, lovely 7541.
radio. Balance$78 or pay $8 monthly. shrubery, fenced. FHA Appraisal Choose From!
Will' deliver, no obligation. Phone 353. 523,000.51600 down. 7717085.
1946 ANYTIME. 1606 Main Street. 64 CORVETTE'COUPEAC

.. Immaculatel! Best offer.Getting

FOR SALE :.: .{ E"f IJ! t;::hJ: Out 264.4669 J'.'

Upright piano. 7717363.

COMPARE PRICES
ORANGE PARK 1965 Chevrolet 4Dr., $695
SCOTT 60 WATT furn. unfurn..
2BR., Apts. or
1965 Ford,2Dr, HT $795 '
FM stereo receiver with a walnut Dishwasher, Carpets, Drapes. 1964 Chrysler, AC $595 IWESTSIDEtXJVOLKSWAGEN
case. Less than 1 yr. old. Contact Naval Elizabeth Apts., 771.1405 or 771.3355 1964 Chevel AT,v.a, AC $695
TUg(| ) Farmer. Ext. 2247
1964 Chevrolet V-8, AT $595
Hospital Jax. ______ 3 BR., HOUSE 1964 Dodge 4.cO. 2 Dr., HT 5695
Kitchen Equipped, No more than 3 1964 Corvalr,AT $450 INC.
RIDERS WANTEDTo small children. Conv. to NAS & Cecil. 1964 Falcon Futura,AT $695 ,
San Diego, Calif., Leaving June 771-0804. 1963 Valiant 200,AT $595 ...

or 17th.721-0876 Share'Home.expenses. Work 388-0792 1960 Rambler Sta Wag. $125 1150 LMt A..., S.. ,.... 711-5511
Plenty of cars from $195 to$995. Most
COUNTRY LIVING 'can be financed. with little or no down Open Daily IU.:3t. Saturday I to S. Sunday 1 to 4 PM
YES, BEELINE FASHIONSAre 3BR., I'/tB., AC. Trailer $110. 2BR., payment.
sold In Jax by. Lois Vincent. 781- Furn., Duplex.$85. 355-0411 Ext. 416 ROYCE SMITH USED CARS
5572. after 4 771-7719. 2418 Atlantic Blvd. Phone 398-9787



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1, VIA SATELLITE AOCS B. T. Rogers and Lt. L. Libby discus the progress of HURRICANE'S SOURCE-AGl A. L. Hudnell points out the source of hurricane Almato
hurricane Alma from pictures transmitted by weather satellite Lt. Thomas Johnston, Air Operation 00D, Cdr. L. J. Underwood and Paul Bennet

.' Fleet Weather Readies Hurricane Watch I


Jax-The Fleet Weather Facility NAS Jacksonville, Is preparing for 175 mph and a storm surge some sudden. floods. As the storm investigation.
a full hurricane season,swinging In to action early with the year's first 20 feet above normal sea level. moves inland and its great winds Using information from the
hurricane, Alma, which develops Hurricanes are tropical June 1 to November 30 is con northeast, it produced record hurricane's greatest threat. and other techniques facilitatedby
cyclones with winds reaching sidered the Atlantic season. rains and flash floods in the West computers, the Fleet Weather
speeds of 74 mph or more. The Alma is only the second fully Vlrginta-Virginia hills. Camille VW-4 On Patrol forecasters issue timely warnings -
storms are named after women developed hurricane to occur in killed 256 persons in the U.S., and to all ships and other
because forecasters kept un- May during this century. On the caused an estimated $1.42 billion The NAS Fleet Weather military activities.
conscientiously referring to themas average, six Atlantic hurricanesoccur in damages. Facility has a hurricane When these hurricane war-
'she'. They blow in large each year.CamUie Hurricane winds do much responsibility covering the entire nings are issued, all precautions
spirals,moving counterclockwisein damage, but drowning is the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexicofor should be taken immediately.
the Northern Hemisphere Deadliest greatest cause of hurricane all military activities.. 'Public awareness is the greatest
around a relatively calm center deaths. As the storm approachesand Forecasters keep a constant virtue in combating the grief and
called the eye of the hurricane.The During 1969,13 tropical storms moves across the coastline, it watch for tropical disturbancesby destruction that these violent
'deadly ladles' that strike occured, 10 of which reached brings huge waves, raising tides analyzing cloud photographsfrom storms bring every year to the
the eastern United States are hurricane intensity. The worst some 15 feet or more above weather satellites, ship and coastlines and the islands in their
born in the tropical and subtropical storm of the year, and the most normal. The rise may come in aircraft reports and station data. erratic path' commented Cdr. L.
North Atlantic Ocean, violent ever recorded for the U.S. the form of giant waves, When it appears that a storm is J. Underwood, commandingofficer
the Caribbean Sea, and the Gulf mainland, was hurricane mistakenly called 'tidal waves', developing, a Navy recon of the Fleet Weather
of Mexico. Camille. or it may produce flash flooding naissance aircraft from VW-4, Facility.
Most hurricanes occur in She lashed her fury along the in coastal lowlands. The the Air Force or ESSA is sent to
August, September and October, Mississippi-Louisiana coast on torrential rains also produce the scene to make a thorough "
but the six-month period from August 17 with winds in excess'of .. -,
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borrow money needlessly." But after 92 years we know CHARTING WEATHER ..
that people have very good and real reasons for needingto High and low pressure areas are
borrow. And we'll help when it's a matter of paying plotted on weather maps by AG1
a, T. Morgan.
bills, buying a better car, 'replacing appliances or for ira; n
any reason within reason you may have.

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HOUSEHOLD FINANCE "She knows McDonald's is our kind of
place. She knows value! Why do you Mr.& Mrs.771 Payton.6664 Watson,

25.... ...yIII.-....... J.I-.u know we can get a hamburger or a Take 103rd to Firestone
Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks
'', c.Mr .... Ituu; r i C. IIf cheeseburger, a bag of fries, and a Past Forrest high School.

4 3794 II.Allb. IMI.-......: 771-f, 1W shake-for about 580 for each of us?! COLONIALFORESTS

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War CasualtiesIn Navy Helps Its Own I


Need of All t i

I'tiri'i'! Many people may be under the proportion of the work is done by

of BloodJax impression that the Navy Relief over 6,500 volunteer wives of the
Types Society is just another group of Navy and Marine personnel
rR i N well-intentioned individuals who Thus, most of the funds collected

call that went out for spend their extra time gathering go directly to helping deserving

blood donors to meet the Naval funds for various charities. This, persons. Collecting and

Hospital's quota of 30 units per however, is not the case at all. allocation funds are done in the

week for air shipment to Vietnamhas The Navy Relief Society, is a following manner. Funds
been expanded to include private organization whose collected from ships afloat duringthe

donors with all blood types. The purpose is to assist, in times of annual Navy Relief Fund

original appeal was for donors need, the members of the Navy Drive are sent to Washington.Funds .
with '0' type blood only, but the and Marine Corps and their collected from the shore

requirements are now for all dependents, and the dependents facilities are used for the
types of blood donations.The cf deceased members of those operation of local auxiliaries,
Blood Bank at the Hospitalwill services. primarily.

accept donations to fill the THANKS NAVY The three key words of the Each auxiliary keeps on hands
RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., commanderFleet
Vietnam quota on Wednesday Navy Relief Society are the expected operating expensesfor
Air Jacksonville, accepts I picture and handshake from JamesL.
afternoons at 2 p.m. from in- ELIGIBILITY EMERGENCY three months, the surplus
,
Ingram, chairman of the board of Goodwill Industries, for the part
dividuals wishing to donate sent to
uU NEED. being Washington where
the Navy played in Goodwill Industries annual Coed Turn Day te
blood. collect The society is not part of the the funds are sent to auxiliaries
for
goads handicapped werkers. Ernest V. Pavey, acting
Large groups of personnel executive director of Goodwill Industries, was alte present. Navy department and receivesno needing additional funds.
wishing to donate as a unit may funds from the Navy or the Some of the surplus is kept in

arrange fora time to report to the federal government. It is supported reserve in Guantanamo a few

blood bank by calling HM2 Paul More 'Fillers' Than Swimmers by contributions from years ago or the Thresher ...
Murphy at the Hospital at Ext Navy and Marine personnel.The tragedy in Portsmouth. Some of f'

society operates 50 the remaining surplus is investedin
2495.Medical officials announced Are 'Drowners' Says Red Cross auxiliaries and 60 branch offices bonds and stocks.

Tuesday morning that donors located on major stations This year the annual appeal in

who have been to Vietnam and throughout the world.! All the the Jacksonville area is a comprehensive -
have been back in the states less WASHINGTON (AFPS)- The shallow and deep ends activities of the society are drive utilizing the
More than 60 tent of the of the should be clearly
than 2 will not be per pool board man' which solicits
coordinated of
years eligibleto dinuning each year result marked with buoy lines. Break by a 'key system
donate blood.This is because when people who have no Intention able items such as glasses and managers located in Washington, individual voluntary donations.The .
there is a chance that traces of of getting wet fall into bottles should not be allowed D. C., who are elected by local Navy Relief Society may
malaria may remain in the the water from docks boats around the pool area. And pool auxiliary officers and members, be considered a 'hidden friend' of
bloodstream after the use of anti- bridges, shores or )pool decks, rules should prohibit runningor as well as commanders of the the Navy. and Marine ser-
malarial drugs.Exch.nge. frequently only n few feet from, "hoiseplay"' near the pooled fleet. viceman. He can always rest
safety, the American )Red Cross e. Some of the larger auxiliaries assured that his family will be
repoits. Someone in the family should
Mall employ salaried professionalssuch provided for in case of
A majority of the remaining know how to give artificial res
10 )per cent drowned while piration. Youngsters should be as nurses, social workers, emergency or untimely tragedy
Shops to Offer swimming or playing in the taught to float and swim at an accountants, etc. but the large through the society's efforts.

water, again many of thl'O11. early age, and simultaneouslythey
ServicesJax most within icaching distance! : should be made to understand
New of safety. their limitations. s 1
E KEE E
"Most diownings! result )because Since the majority of drown- 15 Y
The Main Exchange at ings occur within a few feet
people violate or i ignore
Jax has announced the opening of good water safety piaitucs," of !safety nonswimmer it is often possiblefor N I H YOUR
a or an untrained 11
a camera and projector repair states Robert M. Oswald, national -
swimmer' to perform a
department connected to its director of lied Cross
nonswimming rescue safely. INGRTS
Safety Programs. "Drowningscan
Personal Services Shop located in The rescuer' should limit personal -
he reduce! if )people will
the Mall. with the victim
learn to swim and develop! skill contact
The service will offer reduced and always maintain firm contact -
and knowledge that will (' >n-
rates on, all major and minor tribute to safety in, on and with the shore. The rescuer's -
work needed to repair cameras. around the wuh','. Red Cross weight on the shore or ,
pool deck should be kept lowor L
They will also honor all hopes) through its swimmingand slanting backward. If the -- r- V
warranties connected with new lifesaving coupes, to cre- victim is within arm's reach, -
ate in every Individual an
cameras. the rescuer should lie flat on .r
of accident '
The Optical Shop, also locatedin and awareness in which accidents causes' the deck and extend one arm,
the Mall, is now offering be ways pievented. holding the deck'or dock with
can
of the other arm. He can then MOVE INTO 'TM. SPOILER'
engraving eye glasses. They Statistics reveal that drown- grasp the victim's what or arm

phone will engrave number the on the last inside name of and the ings bathtubs around, wells the, cisterns home-pools and, and Should draw the him victim to safety.be beyond fi..y...>.;.vo'P.N/'................."'.................................................,,

frames for only 75 cents and 10 cesspools-claim more than 700 arm's' reach, the rescuer can ex- ..
cents for each additional letter. lives each year. tend such items as a shirt,
Three chief causes of home towel, coat, branch or pole, and
pool drownings are temporarylack allow the victim to grasp one 7a IMATADOGAPARTMENTS
of qualified adult super- end and then pull him to safety.A .
Traffic vision, inadequate safeguardssuch line, ring buoy or an inner-
as' fences and rescue equip tube can be thrown to a victim r,
ment, and the inability of victims who is beyond reach of an ex-
ViolationsThe .f float or !swim. tension rescue. &H-W


NEW REDUCED RATES!

following is a report of
motor vehicle accidents and CHECK THEM BEFORE YOU MOVE!

May traffic 1218.violations. for the period 50% on. 1, 2 iri 3 I..ro.r Aptrtatits

Number of Accidents FURNISHED tr UNFURNISHED
This week 4
Total accidents this year through AN APARTMENT COMMUNITY WITH SEPARATE
113 COMPLEXES FOR SINGLES, FAMILIES, ADULTS
18
May at Sheraton
Number of accidents through CO-ORDINATED WALL TO WALLCARPETING
May 1969 163 MEDITERRANEAN and
Total number of days since last FURNITURE CO.ORDINATEDDRAPES

injury in a motor vehicle accident ABUNDANCE OF
_
5 00.' RAMBLING AREA CLUB ROOM

Number of Violations .
CLUB SIZE POOLCHILDREN'S
2 FULL lATHS
This week 35
WITH 2 and 1
Speeding 7 Stay at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn BEDROOM APTS POOL

Reckless Driving 3 In the Contin ntal U.S.* at 1/2 the regular DRESSING ROOMS DISHWASHERSRANGES
Going through Stop Sign 7
Other violations 21 rate on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday WITH ALL 3 ANDDISPOSALS
BEDROOM MODELS
Nineteen Drivers appeared nights.
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon You don't have to be in uniform. All you PERSONALLY CONCERNED MANAGEMENT

May 21. Disposition of the need Is your ID. AND 24-HOUR MAINTENANCE .s,

cases included the following: Next time you get a weekend pass,

Four lost driving and parking unwind in style at Sheraton.

privileges aboard station for *Reservations are accepted on a a..1

various periods; eight were "Standby Basis" only and are subject

assigned to complete an eight- to space availability at time of check-in.

hour course in remedial driving; Offer does not apply to the St Regis-

Nine received suspensions; nine Sheraton In New York City.SheratonJacksonville. ONLY 2 MINUTES
were given warnings; two were
,
iMATADOC FROM NAS JAX,
dismissed; ten were fined (U.S.
15 MINUTES FROM ;
Commissioner; and one was
NAS CECIL FIELD
referred to his commandingofficer APARTMENT

for possible disciplinaryaction.
Hotel I IN ORANGE PARK 2&42815MAY
Four drivers assessed GULF LIFE CENTER
were SHERATON HOTElSAND MOTOR INNS. A WORLDWIDE SERVICE OF XXX
eight traffic points.



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Preparatory Measures it ,- aMYll a,1.st
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Reduce Storm EffectsJax


Floridians are well leave it. Trim loose tree bran-
aware of the beginning of the ches. Put up storm shutters,
hurricane season, but few are remove canvas awnings and it 'MI' 1 R>t IMFfr y
preparedfor themostdevastatingstorms board up or tape with heavy, wide
Mother Nature can masking tape any exposed glassin
produce.A your home., Crisscross it to
hurricane is a destructive strengthen the glass.
cyclonic wind force accompaniedby ]
heavy rains and flooding. Stock Food YTtxt .
Hurricanes originating in the Stock up on canned foods,
Caribbean area whirl counterclockwise meats, vegetables, milk and
and there is no way other non-perishable essential
of accurately predicting the path foods. Have a good can opener
of any hurricane. If fact many and a way to heat your food when
have been known to loop and electricity fails. Keep a good M
swing from one path to an en- supply of candles and matches on
tirely different area. For this hand or hurricane and kerosene
reason all naval air station lanterns in addition to a flashlightwith Ji>tJt.;
personnel and their families batteries.Do .
spare THIS WAS THE SCENE in October 1944,when the 11th hurricane of the season struck Jacksonville.More .
should have on hand have a first aid kit
necessary you than 1,700 evacuees were sheltered in the Supply Building The Food Service Division set up
food and equipment to'ride out' a ready, or is it scattered around
mess lines on the third deck to serve 4,200 rations,while the A & R Band (now NARF) entertained on
s'... potential hurricane storm. your bathroom and home? Keepa all decks. Later in the evening the movie 'Four Jills and a Jeep' was shown, according to the Jax Air
Check Supplies small box or kit prepared with
News, 'to relieve the minds of the parents and quiet the children.
Each May or June, families disinfectants, bandages,
should re-check their supply of aspirins, cotton and swabs, along

boards, tools, batteries, non- with other medical supplies to precautions, you're as ready as provided. Bldg.3,NAS Gym is bowl and spoon for each member
perishable food, lanterns and 1 keep from dashing through the you'll ever be. Stay in the house designated for use by enlisted of your family.
masking tape that will be needed house looking for first aid supplies and open window to the leeward men and their families, Bldg. 110, After the storm has passed,
should a storm strike. should someone get hurt side of the house to equalize Supply and Bldg. 614, the NATTC Leave all loose
The station is to during the heighth of the storm dean-up begins.
prepared pressure within the building. Gym, will house station per- and dangling wires alone. Call
handle hundreds of persons sonnel. Bldg. 10, Officer's Club, local electrical authority
should an evacuation of homes in Other PrecautionsStuff Radio Alerts and Bldg. 1877, the Golf sonnel and out of puddlesthat per-
keep
the surrounding area become any opening in the house Don't risk leaving shelter Clubhouse, will also be available may have wires in them.
necessary.On with rags or newspapers to keep during a seeming lull. This may when necessary.The .
Oct. 19 1944 the 11th out much of the water as Stay alert for'snakes.. Snakes
as be the eye of the hurricane public shelters will be ableto
hurricane of that season raged possible. The strong winds will passing over. Keep your radio on feed and shelter refugees but it seek high, dry ground
through Jacksonville and 1,700 drive the water through the wallsof and listen to Civil Defense and will be wise to take any baby Stay clear of rescue workers
evacuees found shelter and food the house, so keep mops and Navy broadcasters on the foods special diets required for and don't go on a sightseeing trip
in the Supply building. It could swabs handy with pails or progress of the storm. your family. Extra towels, sheets through damaged areas. Stay
happen again! wastebaskets to remove water When you must evacaute be and pillowcases would also come home and get a head start on
When a hurricane warning is and puddles from the floors. sure to secure your home before in handy.Also, bring along a cup, cleaning UD.
announced, the station is placedin Once everything is prepared, leaving. Disconnect all light and
Hurricane Condition IV as dean out the bathtub and other electrical fixtures, turn off water 'g aK
stormpreparations begin. large containers and fill them faucets and be sure to lock all the
Preliminary measures should with clean water. The regular doors to your home.
also be taken at home. Store water supply may be contaminated Go directly to the refugee
anything that might become a during the hurricaneand shelter!
flying bomb or object such as remain unuseable for days NAS has several buildings
garbage cans, children's swing afterwards. designated as hurricane shelters.
sets,t.v.antennas, potted plants, Once the actual hurricane Bldg. 11, the BOQ, has been
and lawn furniture. strikes, relax and don't panic..If designated to house as many o r ;
Securely moor your boat, then you've completed all the officer's families as can be

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JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE IT


Civil Service CommissionTo iiL 21 Girls' Names Picked


Improve Job EvaluationsA To Tag on '70 Storms


major effort to improve the job evaluation system of Washington (AFPSTwentyone ) The history of the use of girls''
the Federal Government was launched recently when names-from Alma to Wilna- names to identify these poten-
the Civil Service Commission selected Philip M. Oliveras have been selected to identify tially dangerous storms goes
director of a task force which will make exhaustive hurricanes and tropical storms back to World War II.
occurring in the Atlantic, At that time, forcasters plot
studies and prepare recommendations for changes in Caribbean, and Gulf of Mexico ting the movements of storms
the classification and pay laws. this year, according to Dr. over the wide expanses of the
The Job Evaluation Policy Act of 1970 (introduced by Robert H. Simpson of the Pacific Ocean often found more
Congressman James M. Hanley as H. R. 13009 and Weather Bureau's National than one storm in progress at the
Hurricane Center in Miami. same time. To avoid confusionand
approved by President Nixon on March 17)) requires the
The Hurricane season opens costly errors, forecasters,
Commission to conduct a two-year review and to submita ; '.:; June 1 and continues through particularly Air Force and Navy
comprehensive plan for the establishment of a coor- rq 1 Nov. 30.The meterorologists, began giving
dinated system of job evaluation and ranking for names reserved for stormsin each storm an identifying label.
civilian positions in the executive branch. 1970 are: Nothing could be more naturalfor
Alma Lois lonely servicemen, thousandsof
The Commission expanded this effort to encompass a Becky Marsha miles from home, thin to
similar review of the various pay systems which govern Celia Noreen select the names of their
the setting of salaries and wages of white collar em- Dorothy Orpha sweethearts, wives, or favorite
ployees. I Ella Patty pin-up girls.

Oliver was selected as task force director on the basisof Felice Rena These first short, easily-
Greta Sherry remembered girls' names provedso
his broad experience in personnel work, salary ad- Hallie Thora successful in reducing errors .;
ministration, classification, line management, Industrial .; >,\\ Isabel Vicky in written and spoken com-
relations, and policy formulation In governmentand Judith Wilna municatiopsthat their use
private industry. At the time of his selection he wasa Kendra became a well-established
hundreds of lettersare
Although practice.
special assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Labor. received each year from

Importance Stressed women and men alike asking thata
Announcing Oliver's selection, Commission Chairman certain girl's name be includedin 'No HIMicaMs'
Robert E. Hampton stressed both the importance of and / the hurricane list, the Weather
need the Bureau does not select the name Jax-While women in the
the for effort.
of particular individual, feminist movement made news
'This will be the first major review of Federal job Simpson any said. Also, names recently in attempting to get the
classification practices in nearly half a century, and the beginning with Q, X, Y and Z are Weather Bureau to drop the use
first time in history that Federal salary systems have not included because they are few of women's names for hurricanes
and frequently hard to pronounceto because the storms are violent
been thoroughly reviewed, analyzed, and Integrated
write. and not very lady like, a school
'
said. Additional sets of names are boy visiting VW-4 recently said it
The effort Is expected to have a major Impact on all SOUND ADVICE Exercise reserved for use by forecaster at like it is.
aspects of personnel management, line management, helps Karen build Jensen sound asks, "What bodies phys Pert the San Francisco and Honolulu The youngster had just f finished
labor relations, and employee moral, he added. ical condition are you in?" Weather Bureau Pacific watching a movie about the
Before preparing recommendations for legislative (Photo courtesy Universal Pictures Hurricane Centers to identify Hurricane Hunters flying
) hurricanes or typhoons in the through the eye of a hurricaneand
changes, the task force will consult with and obtain Pacific.As was going through one of the
information from line managers and personnel expertsIn these storms constitute a squadron's WC-121N Super
government and the private sector, management smaller threat to the U.S. Contellations, when he remarkedto
experts, professional organizations, labor unions and Want Ads Pay mainland, they receive less the squadron's public affairs
publicity than storms in the officer: 'Hurricanes are named
educators. Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of after girls because they're called
Varied Experience Mexico. hurricanes and not HIMicanes.'
Oliver, 49, is a native of Connecticut. He received a B.
A. degree from George Washington University In 1942 I
and served as an officer In the Air Force until July 1946. 4'
After four years' civilian service In the Army as an

inspector and salary wage administrator, he served '
four years as a personnel officer In the State Depart BEACH BOUND?

ment.
The task force he directs will be comprised of expertsand lt.f'i' IT mil t

specialists In the fields of job evaluation and pay

admlnstratlon mission. and will report directly to the Com Stop at the



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BOOK REVIEW: TIlE LAST seas without challenge that no similarly harassed previously,
VOYAGE OF USS PUEBLO, by special precautions had been and there was no indication that
Ed Brandt W. W. Norton & taken to protect aU. S. Navy an act"of piracy was about to

Company, New York,.1969 warship on a covert intelligence occur.When the Koreans ordered aA t%
mission in what must be con- Bucher to follow them into
REVIEWER: Richard'Ehrlich sidered hostile waters. When the Woman harbor, he got under way
Foreign Service Reserve Officer PUEBLO was surrounded by four and headed' out to sea. The

Agency for International heavily armed high-speed North Koreans, with their heavily armed
Development U. S. Department Korean vessels just outside ,highly maneuverable patrol
of State Korean territorial limits off craft and torpedo boats, openedfire '
Wonsan harbor on the afternoon and systematically raked the

When any of us puts on the of Jan. 23, 1968, there was PUEBLO with cannon and
uniform of one of the United literally no machinery the U. S. machine gun fire. With only two 4 ,. ,
,
States' armed services, we know Navy could throw in motion to Army surplus machine-guns and
,f that we are expected to defend prevent the Koreans from cap- small arms to defend his ship, fMI
our country from its enemies, turing the PUEBLO and forcingher there was no way in which
with our lives if necessary.But in into Wonsan harbor. Bucher could fight off the Korean

the constant tension of the Cold Commander Lloyd Bucher, vessels. F ...
War we often forget that we may captain of the PUEBLO, was After the PUEBLO was "--

be faced by an armed enemy at slow to react to early signs of boarded and taken captive, the ,

... any time, anywhere hostile intent on the part of the Koreans headed her into Wonsan
Certainly the crew of the USS North Koreans. When the North harbor. The crew waited expectantly ,
t PUEBLO was little prepared for Korean patrol craft first for U. S. aircraft or

the North Korean's act of piracy surrounded her, the PUEBLOwas warships to appear on the
m the high seas. We had becomeso dead in the water. Sister horizon.None came. For the next
accustomed to plying the high ships of the PUEBLO had beenIRABEA'S eleven months they h ad to endure w r
the brutal treatment of their

captors with whatever resources r: .

they could summon from within NI NIt,p.o K d t


themselves.Ed LAST Brandt's VOYAGE. account OF of THE USS : 'iNlMgq;i ;


PUEBLO the stories was of reconstructedfrom 15 members of

the crew. Much has been said of
I OASIS
the lack of preparedness of the U.
RADIO REMOTE Newly Installed radio in Naval Air Rework
S. to defend in
Navy a warship
Facility (top photo) has improved efficiency in moving aircraft by
hostile waters and of the conduct
equipping tractor operators (bottom) with radios to speed communications .
d Bucher and his crew immediately
-- throughoutthe facility and keeping tractors on the move.
before and for the

Beautiful wooded river lots on the crystal clear duration of their capture. Remote Radios Improve
SANTA FE RIVER Nothing that had been or will be

A sportsman's paradise and resort area for all saidwill bring back the PUEBLO

ages. Fishing, boating, hunting, skindlving, and camping. All this and more at IRA-BEA's OASIS Korean attack. What we should
have learned from this episode is
lit M 1 that espionage under whatever -Things have really been security office. Ground and flight

cover is a deadly business. The moving at the Naval Air Rework check supervision now can
purpose of espionage is survival, Facility lately as the result of monitor aircraft work underwayat
not glory. Anyone who would newly installed radio units. Compass Rose or a turn-up
?wj preach that to submit in order to The new radio network, including pads A or B, and needed parts
survive defames the Navy and 14 mobile units along witha can be provided more rapidly by

the flag should search his heart base and five remove stations, the Production Controller.
about what he would do in the takes in such functions as The Materials Division of
same circumstances and whetherit security and traffic control, Production Planning and Control
would really make any dif material procurement and aircraft has realized a 75 percent improvement
ference. movement. Results to date in obtaining materials
have brought improved efficiency from on-station or in-town
bLARGE and accelerated work sources since installing radios in

accomplishment, according to a their two pick-up trucks.
Take stock in AmericaBuy Rework report. The Transportation Branch of

U.S.Savings Bonds Under the new radio network, NARF now boasts of better
NARF security guards at all personnel and equipment
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BOAT RAMP AND 0ALLNEW A 65 percent reduction in
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FOR ALL LOT OWNERS. unloading has been effected,
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1 AREA FOR MOBILE HOMES & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES virtually eliminated.

SEPARATE AREA FOR CABINS NEW & USED TV SETS Flexibility of operations now is

NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES possible for transportation
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS priorities can be changed while
Mobile Home Lots AIR CONDITIONERS jobs are in process. The aircraft

Mrs.9 a.m.: 7 p.m. Come In& BrowseWESCONNET move crew, with one remote and
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JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER PAGE 19

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Rifle Team t YV 1"1 j :': ,
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\ 103rd St. at Blanding
On TargetIn < AUTOCENTER


6ND MeetJax 1

t9Pt Sate ends May 31st
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-The Jax Navy Rifle team
and the West M V I
Key pistol team Ilr xs }Y N Ial f4r
a Naa iP
captured top honors Friday in the F ;
Sixth Naval District Pistol and
Rifle Championship held at NAS _:
Jax.The : STRONG 4-PLY NYLON CORD
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meet attracted 22 teams -
from the district which had a
competition for three days with
awards presented to teams and
individuals upon conclusion a.
Friday at the target range. MONTH GUARANTEE
Members of the winning rifle 30

team from Jax were D. H. Hause, ppKy
who captured the team. L. C. Capt. Cutler with winning Jax Navy team.
Jones Flournoy, T. L. Smith and B. L. SALE '

Team members from ComFair

Key West's pistol squad were T. Road Disasterous $1388us .,.
J.Lemmon,L.K.Stitt, R. C. Gill, Trip
and D. V. Kaplan.
Individual honors went to T. J. p( sire 6S0 E3
Lemmon who won the combinedtitle For Slumping FliersJax
for men and P. M. Gailey
who was the too woman shooter..
Individual rifle champion ws
V. E. Lavender while P. S. The Jax Navy Fliers Swaim came back Saturdayand GRANTMASTER SUPER 120
Walkowiak took the same honorsin Softball team made its first road showed more of the old
pistol competition. trip last weekend traveling to sharpness that the veteran hurler EXPRESSWAY TIRES
Tyndall Air Force Base in possess and limited the op lELE551LACKWILLSIZE
'......................................... ..Ymmm.Ml ............''. Panama City and came out on the ponents to only two hits but again T
short end of two doubleheaders.In fell victim to the batting slump of F.E.T. SALE
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right Paul Swaim toed the rubber In the finale of the weekend 825-14 2.60 $16.88
for the Fliers and was batteredfor playercoachJohn: Littleton came 775-15 2.46 $16.88
: seven runs while his team- on to hurl but the hapless Fliers

.......o,................,..=..........................................i.w.......... mates were not able to pick up a stumbled again, 10. Littleton SAME SIZES IN WHITEWALL $3 MORE
Jax-Golfers are advised to get single tally much less a hit for the gave up only three hits in the
entire contest. In the second
losing cause.
their games in top shape as
qualifying for the Jax Navy game it was Ray Beard's turn to Jax will try to snap out their LUBRICATIONOIL
try and even the series but losing streak this weekend when
team will be held July 11 12 on
the Jax links. although the Fliers out hit they host Patrick AFB at & FILTER CHANGE
The team will represent NAS in Tyndall (six to five) they fell 3-2 Mackroth Field, Friday and
to drop the doubleheader. Saturday nights at 7.iothANNUAL.
the Sixth Naval District INCLUDES UP TO 5 QTS OF $ C97
Championship to be played Jax GRANTS LONG DISTANCE
this year from July 2024. MOTOR OIL
Three teams will be chosen:
Seniors ((45 years old by Aug. 1))

Open, and Women's team. Channel 7 r' '

ComFair Tourney

Squadron personnel and all AUCTIONMay r
players eligible to compete in
ComFairJax sponsored eventsare
reminded of the tourney they
will have sometime in July priorto 29 thru June 6
the 6ND tourney. No definite

date has been set for that meet. IN COLOR...WATCH...BID...BUY

Intramural Golf BARGAINS GALOREI

In the American League VW-4
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H..Slwirls aid


Gifts fir Did


Ftitvrd it NX *
j krrffiL1Lr1jF 1 Dt

Jax A reminder that the
exchange Is continuing to
highlight housewares. With aU L
: _
the weddings and graduations s
taking place in the next couple of .. rr _
months, a new electrical appliance 7W4Ir
radio or tape recorder
would make an ideal gift.
How about good 'ole Dad on his ii1 '
day June 21? The exchange is ) xy
featuring a wide selection of ,
a a
watches, electric shavers, pipes,
billfolds and a host of other
'Poppa, Pleasers' gift ideas for SOLD & DELIVERED


Dad.Display our flag proudly on EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMITTEE meets to A36 CARS |IN APRIL!
Flag Day, June 14 and on ourNation's
discuss problems than can be resolved by the board without filing a
Birthday, July 4. Flags
and flagpoles are available at the formal complaint.
exchange.. ...Because We Trade YOUR WAY!

If you're planning to have the Sounding Board Hears -
entire gang over for a barbeque
during the Memorial Day and 69 VW $1595Radio
July 4 weekends, you'll want to Minority ComplaintsJax
have a good supply of paper
plates, napkins and plastic forks
and spoons. The exchange has The NAS Jacksonville Jesse L. Moore, Security; Robert and Heater, New
0. Johns, Public Works J. I. 1 White Wall Tires.
everything you'll need including Equal Employment Opportunity ;
spatulas, charcoal and even a Committee in addition to the Bellinger, coordinator; Capt. B.
new grill.If Equal Employment Opportunity W. Dean, chairman; Michael
Counselors has been organized as Cascone, Civilian Personnel
you are looking for some 'sounding board' for minority Department; Anna N. Faircloth,
extra company at the beach or group and women's complaintsthat Federal Women's Coordinator; 68 FORD $1595
,for the backyard barbecue, a do not constitute formal H. E. Harlow, NARTU; William
portable radio or phonograph is complaints. They review the L. Turner,. Navy Exchange. Custom '500' Door, V-8,
always a welcome guest to liven Affirmative Action Plan and
__ Auto Trans., Factory Air,
things up. Also check the record advise the Commanding Officer Also on the committee are: '
,
section for the latest LP sounds. Katherine Robinson, Power Steering R&H
of the effectiveness of the overall Supply; ---- WWT.
To protect your eyes this Equal Employment Opportunity MaXie A. Borders, Public Works
summer, visit the exchange Program and recommend Department; William G.
Optical Shop for a new pair of specific new approaches. O'Brien, Supply; A. N. Ellison,
sunglasses. Frames are custom- Members of the committeeare Commissary Store and H. C. 69
fitted and the latest styles are : Mary F. Robinson, DPD; Melonson, Navy Exchange. IMPALA $2595

available.For .
,._ Sedan, v..,
AutoTrans.
Civilian Promotion BulletinJax Sports
the ladies treat to
yourself ... ., Factory Air, Power
look for at the -
a new summer
.. Steering, R&H, WWT.
..
Beauty Shop in the mall.NAVY employees of the These new bulletins are an- ,
Naval Air Rework Facility, air pounced to establish registers to
station, Naval Air Reserve fill future vacancies in the
Training Unit, Fleet Air positions shown below: 68 CHEVROLET $1395
Jacksonville, Fleet Aviation Scrap Material Sorter, MPB 53-
Electronics Training Unit Det. 70, open continuously with first
Jax., Commissary Stores, Naval cut-off date at June 8. Door Sedan, V-8, Auto
AUTOINSURANCE Hospital, Recruiting Station, General Foreman (Materials Trans., Factory Air, R&H,
Disease Vector Control Center, Handling) I, MPB 54-70, with '. .WWT.rt' .
Regional Storage ManagementOffice June 8 as the closing date. I "
Fleet Weather Facility,
Fleet Intelligence Center, Navy NEW & .BILL INCMASED
Finance Office, Regional Officeof EDUCATION BOOTH'S

Management Civilian and Manpower Defense 69 CHEVY II $1895

Surplus Sales Office should referto \I. v
the official bulletin boards in
their various work areas for \. Nova, 6 Cylinder, Auto
After Down information concerning all Trans., R&H, WWT.
Payment positions for which applicationsarr BARE FOR YOU! J
25 and
over now being accepted.


$' 6! 66 FORD $1095

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Galaxy, '500', 2 Door

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