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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1970
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL.. 28 NO. 11 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 4, 1970 -< .t':
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r H Job Referral Program I.

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a :k Fx Started for Retirees ;


Jax-AII military per Program computer holds a file of

r 'S P sonnel approaching job openings listed by employers, ,
r retirement are en. and matches the backgroundsand '
couraged to attend the qualifications of the +
registrants to the appropriatejobs.
, Project Referral I *
scheduled to
presentation The employer then receives a 4 a
0tt; wa+ be held Wednesday at 9
resume of the employee selected t;
... f,4 r 2e +vMr w a.m. in the NAS Theater. for his job opening, and may, at ,{\:
< 4 The presentation will be his discretion, contact the ( ,
conducted by LCdr. F.W. retiring, serviceman for an interview 't I
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and possible future ,:
NAS
Reynolds Project hiring. :V
Transition officer. +
Because civilian employers T',
Project Referral is the computerized have stated a need for maturity, f
e ate, job-finding system skill and experience among their \ '
I III designed by the Department of employees, the Referral i,
Defense for the purpose of Program will be an advantage to /'S ,
I" placing military retirees in them because it deals with career :' \
suitable civilian occupations. The servicemen who possess these ;,
. program was initiated June 1, qualities. <
1970. However, the first job orders "
will not be distributed until Some of the elements which
Can You Your Relief?
" Spot
August 1.Navymen. will be matched by the referral
( computer when selecting the
This photo is not really a group of new shots taken when NAS Jax was Camp Johnston in order to. be right job for the man are: (1)
.:: replacements, but rather part of a collection of and belonged to the Army. See Story on Page 16. eligible for the program, must be The availability date for both, the
on active duty at the time of job and the retiring serviceman;
registration, and must be within (2)) A choice of geographical
'Freedom Obligation' Says six months of their retirementdate. locations. The. serviceman may
Personnel who are eligiblefor list as many as five state
disability retirements or who preferences; (3)) Wages; (4) 7 {
Admiral In Memorial Speech are scheduled for disability Education! background; and ((5)) 't:
separation with a minimum of 10 Type of work desired.
years of active service may also .:.
qualify for the program The Referral Program,does not ,
Jax--'Just what have our 'Patriotism is still alive. It is Heyworth's speech, a wreath handle job openings in the federal ,. "'
fallen Americans died not old-fashioned. Certainly it is ceremony was conducted at the Project Referral is linked to the civil service due to civil service ( '-,
for' not meaningless Memorial Flagpole where colors Navy's Project Transition employment regulations. i" '
RAdm. Heyworth voiced the were at half mast A Marine Program which gives separating Prospective retirees seeking civil "'f'
This was the question significance of the National Corps squadron performed a gun serviceman on-the-job service employment should, .' :
that RAdm. Lawrence Ensign when he raid, 'Our flag is salute, and taps was played by preparation civilian employment contact the Civilian Personnel f''

Heyworth It Jr._ asked before. an important, symbol. It the ComFairJax Band. The Referral Office. 1

an audience or several

hundred many of men whom and women were, t r 'r"M Dalton Named May Serviceman j


veterans of previous wars ., Jax-ADJl James C. Dalton, willingness to accept responsibility Dalton, his wife Linda, and
during a Memorial ,Day .', ,'J > supervisor of component repairs their son will tour St. Augustineas
observance at Evergreen in the station's Aircraft Main In his off-duty hours Dalton has guests of the USO. He will
Cemetery. tenance Department's work completed classes at Florida receive a gift certificate to the
center, has been named as the Junior College and is currently Candlelight Restaurant
Describing the significance of Serviceman of the Month for enrolled in another course at the Also nominated for the monthly
Memorial Day, RAdm. Heyworthsaid May. school. award were SW3 J.N. Conti of the
,'Two words come to my Petty Officer Dalton, who has AK1
He attends Island View Baptist Public Works Department,
think of Memorial been with the work center since
mind when I and AE1
of
Church and is vice-president of D.L. Gregg Supply,
Day: Freedom and patriotism December 1969, was nominatedfor
. tA the Sunday School class. T.J. McGahee of Air Operations. '
' As his speech continued, the the monthly award on the -. :
admiral emphasized the deepest basis of his 'initiative, leadership
meanings of those two words. qualities and his desire to further
'Freedom will act only throughour the shop's capabilities-
actions,' he stated. cording to Cdr. M.C., Premo, ,, 'j'
'What we do with our freedomis Aircraft Maintenance Officer. I
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an obligation owe not only to Dalton, a nine-year veteran,
1 ourselves-but also to our has also been nominated for the
forefathers--to those we warrant officer program by his .1.
remember here today-and'to our department due to his outstanding
children.' leadership qualities and .

On the subject of patriotism, ,'
the admiral said, 'As a word, it is Dental Program I'1
seldom used
anymore. Salute to Old Glory '
Patriotism, I fear, too often J I
...at Memorial
Day Ceremony
Sign Up Begins
carries the connotation of merely 1,1
flag-waving. But it means much represents years of blood, sweat 1:
more than thal'1 uch more. and tears shed by Americans like Jax-Child dependents betweenthe flit 4 ,kj ,
'Patriotism is one's outlook on you and me-Americans who ages of 6 and 23 whose
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life-it is a state of mind. recognized their responsibility sponsor's birth month is June t74ic _i
Patriotism means backing your Americans who knew that may be scheduled for. stannous
country, supporting the foun- freedom would act only through flouride treatment at the NAS 4
dations upon which it was built their actions. Dental Department. 'fr: ST ;
and doing what you can to defend 'On this Memorial Day,' the Appointments should be made _
your country against its enemies.'In admiral said, 'we remember the by the sponsors at the Dental .
the same breath, patriotismdoes dead. But we should also think of Department appointment desk
not mean being afraid to the living-especlally our during normal working hours. 1 : ,
dissent. Nor does it mean per American men and women in Each child will receive an oral .
secuting those who do dissent Vietnam. hygiene lecture and demon-
responsibly, peacefully and 'Showing support of our living stration, oral examination, an
constructively. Patriotism does, men in uniform is part of the real application of a substance to 'I
however, suggest an underlying significance of Memorial Day' inhibit tooth decay and dental
support for our country'. At the conclusion of RAdm. health education material. ADJI Dalton on the job at AMD.

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Keep the Record Straight


NAVAL AIR STATION
' For the rest of your life you will be asked to produce records, r Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
showing your military service. Too, these papers hold the key to Sunday Mass 11:00 A.M.
benefits you, your family, or your survivors may claim many years ___ Mass
Dally 11:30
active service. You therefore have : A.M.
after you'leave an important
responsibility to yourself and to them in preserving these papersin i Saturday Confessions? .

orderly fashion through the years.If 10:30.: 11:15: a.m.

you have not already done so, start your personal record file.
The large envelope your discharge papers probably were or will NAVAL HOSPITAL
be in can be used for this purpose, or any file folder will do the Sunday Mass 8 A.M.
job. This personal file will Rave much searching as the years click ,;
away and will provide orderly) safekeeping for your service-associated NATTC
papers. AFTER 22 YEARS GySgt. Theodore W. Williams, AO Instructor,
Sunday Mass 930A.M.-
Use the file to keep available and in good condition the following retired from active duty after over 22 years service in the Marine Bldg. 500
papers- Corps at a ceremony Wednesday. Lt. Col.! R. P. Eckmann, MATSG
commanding officer,officiated at the ceremony GySgt. Williams and
Your "shot record. You and your dependents should not only
keep immunization records, but the immunizations themselves his wife Faye, (left) will make their home in Jacksonville. PROTESTANTNAVAL

should be kept up to date. Continual immunity to typhoid, small

pox, and tetanus especially important. ,- HOSPITAL

Papers associated with your active duty, such as orders to and Sunday Worship A.M.

releases from active duty, pay vouchers, warrants, commissions, LIMeYOuThe
diplomas, and citations. / NAVAL AIR Sunday STATION

All Veterans Administration forms and correspondence, including Holy Communion 8:30: '
certificates of eligibility for loans, "C" (file) number records -
and other papers related to administration of your rights as A.M. Bldg. 750
a veteran. two air station lining halls serve the same menu, but observe different Church School (all ages)
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg., serves weekday meals as follows: A.M.
DD Form 214, Armed Forces of the United States Report of breakfast t a.m. to 7:30 a.m. dinner 11 a.m. to I p.m. and supper 4 p.m. to Junior Church (Nursery -
Transfer or Discharge. A brief account of your service, this important 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.
with dinner. II a.m. to 12:30: ..m.lIupper. 5:00 p.m. to :15.. Both Dining halls observe grade 6)) 10 A.M.
be
( form should, for your own protection, registered the same hours on weekends holidays: early breakfast 4:30: a.m. to Divine Worship Service
your county recorder. Keep the original in a safe, fireproof place. 1:10..m.; brunch:30: a.m.to 12:30 p.m.;and supper 4 p.m.to 5:30 p.m.
Photostatic or certified copies in your personal file are valuable as Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
ready references. Copies are required as evidence of eligibility fort cents dinner and brunch for is cents and supper for 50 cents. Junior Youth Fellowship

ve erans benefits. 1 P.M. Bldg. 722

Certificate of Discharge. This form is the official record show Friday, Junes Senior Youth Fellowship

ing the nature of your service and separation. It, too, should be Dinner 1:30: P.M.'Bldg.. 722
registered with your county. recorder and the original kept in a Breakfast Oyster Stew Supper
Hot Grits
safe, fireproof place.Certificate Eggs to Order Fisher Platter, Chicken Cacciatore Tuesday
Perch 'Senior Choir Rehearsal -
of Service. This is the official record issued insteadof Creamed Beef Chopped Shrimp & Scallops Pizza Boiled Pie Spaghetti 7 P.M. Bldg. 750
a discharge certificate to a person returned or transferred to Home Fried Baked Chicken & Rice Buttered Mixed Veg.
the Reserve. Register it with your. county recorder and keep the Potatoes Macaroni Au Gratin Bread Pudding
original in a safe, fireproof place. Raised Doughnuts Buttered Broccoli Srawberry Sauce ThursdayChristian
Ice Cream Sundaes Science Ser-

Family records such as marriage licenses, birth certificates, vice 8 P.M.
death certificates, divorce decrees, guardianship or custody evidence
adoption papers, and other such documents are permanentrecords NATTC
you are also obligated to care for properly and will probably Breakfast Saturday,June Supper Divine P.M.
need time and time again. Hot Farina I Dinner Pepper Beef Steak., Worship12
Bldg..500
Eggs to Order Spanish Beef Patties Brown Potatoes :
Never give the original copy of,permanent personal or family Griddle Cakes Cottage Fried Potatoes Mashed EVfningWorship-6 P.M.
record to another person, even for business purposes. Certified Baked Sausage Buttered Whole Buttered Succotash Bldg. 500
copies have all of the legal status of originals and insure that Patties Kernel Corn Broccoli Polonaise
when the original is needed again it will be available. (AFPS) Raisin Rolls Ice Cream Cups ButteredCake Icing


Sunday,June 7 Traffic
Forgotten FeelingForgotten
Breakfast Dinner Supper
Hot Oatmeal Grilled Ham & Cheese Grilled Pork Chops ViolationsThe
,Eggs to Order Sandwiches Onion Gravy .
by others is a feeling which is felt,occasionally for some, French Toast French Fried Franconla Potatoes
often for others, and all the time for a few. Among those who feel Minute Steaks Potatoes Baked Corn and Potatoes .-.
forgotten are the men and women in prison. For most of them,after a Bear Claws Hot Baked Beans Buttered Fresh Frozen
Ice Brussel is of
short while, letters and visits become less frequent Eventually, they Cream Cups Apple Pie Sprouts motor following vehicle accidents a report and

stop altogether.But .
traffic violations for the
that feeling of being forgotten by others is also very common in period

every professional life, especially in military .ranks and neigh- Monday,June 1 May 19 25.Number.

borhoods. These people may have many friends. They may all the
acceptance from others they need, but deep in side them is a Breakfast Buttered Dinner Supper of Accidents
HomIny Knickerbocker Soup Roast Veal Loaf
loneliness, a vacuum which is not satisfied by friends or affection. Grits Pepper Steak Brown Gravy .
Are you lonely? Jesus Christ knew that friends alone could not Eggs to Order Natural Gravy Steamed Rice This week 4.
satisfy the deep, inner loneliness you feel. How appropriate His Words'I French Toast Mashed Potatoes Buttered Broccoli Total accidents this year I
B r 0 I l led Salted Corn Spears through May 25 119.
will be closer to you than your brother' and 'Lo, I am with your Slices Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream
Cups Number of accidents through
always. Cake Doughnuts Spice Topping
Jesus is the only friend who could spiritually dwell inside you, May 1969163..
banishing your feelings of being forgotten by others and banishingyour ,Total number of days since last
loneliness.In Tuesday,June 1 injury in a motor vehicle accident

view of this, is your loneliness, your emptiness (that vacuum Breakfast Dinner Supper 12.
inside you) is it really worth nuturing when God Himself wants to Hominy Grits Beef Rice Soup Grilled Hamburger
personally fill it for you.JTAX Eggs to Order Country Style Chicken or Cheeseburgers Number of Violations
--. -. .. Creamed Chipped Chicken Gravy French Feldd Potatoes
Beef Glazed Sweet Potatoes Spanish Style Lima Beans This week 105
Home Fried Buttered Hominy Buttered Brussel 22
Speeding
1 Potatoes Creole Green Beans Sprouts .
Chocolate Doughnuts Devils Food Cake Bread Pudding Reckless Driving 0
AIR 1VEWS Vanilla(ream Icing Lemon Sauce Going through stop sign 12
Other violations 71


Wednesday June 10 Twenty two drivers appeared
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a' Civilian Enterprise Newspaper before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval, Air Station, Buttered Breakfast Farina Split Dinner Pea Soup Supper May 28. Disposition of the
Jacksonville' Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Scrambled Eggs Simmered Corn Beef Sweet f1 Sour Pork cases included the following:
private firm. All Copy ,ubmltted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Blueberry Griddle Hot Mustard Sauce ChIcken A La King

must forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, WAS Cakes Boiled Potatoes Rice Buttered Pilaff Asparagus Seven lost driving and parking

Jacksonville' by IZOO.noon on Monday before publication. News Baked Patties Sausage Buttered Buttered Cabbage Carrots Ice Cream Sundae privileges aboard station for

items are welcomed! from all sources- Telephone 772-3118 or Praline Buns Blueberry PieThursd.y various periods; one was

3119. c assigned to complete an eight-
hour course in remedial driving;
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries' ,June 11 nine received suspensions, six

concerning such should be directed to: Dinner '. I'" were given warnings; one was

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY New England Clam dismissed, thirteen was fined (U.
Chowder S.Commissioner and
4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville Fla. 32210 ; three were
i Deep Fried Fish referred to their commanding
Telephone 388-2755 Breakfast Scalloped Ham Supper officers for
possible disciplinary
Hot Rolled
Oats Macaroni and Tomatoes Baked Lasagna
I Eggs to Otr Seasoned Spinach Pizza Pie action.
VOL. 28 NO. 11 JUNE 4, 1970 Griddle Cakes Polonaise Cauliflower Normandle Carrots
I Fried Ham Slices Applesauce Cake Chocolate PUdding Four drivers were assessed.
Cinnamon Rolls Brown Sugar Icing
WhiPPed Topping twenty
two traffic points.PAGt .



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4, 1970 JAX AIR -NEWS AFTERBURNER 'A.GE 3


YA-174 Pilot Wives of Area POWs


Flying withExInstructor i .. Attend D. C. Tribute I

4
Nine area military wives, Including wife of Air Force Lt. Col. Carl
the wife of a Cecil Grumpier, missing since July 5,
LCdr Greg Wren,an Instructor )1is squadron officer, were among 1968.
pilot with VA-174, and Lt. Bruce some 900 families meeting in Mrs. Nystrom said that the
Page, a student with the VA-174 Washington D. C. last month to families literally filled Con-
Hellrazors, repeated an event for pay tribute to husbands, fathers stitution Hall the weekend of May
a fourth time when LCdr. Wren and sons who are POWs. land 2 to hear senators,
served as an instructor for Lt. Mrs.Nancy Nystrom, wife of congressman, prominent ,figures
Page, when he flew for the first Navy Capt. Bruce A. Nystromwho and movie stars pay tribute to the
time an A-7 Corsair II. was captured Dec. 2, 1966, men missing in action.
LCdr Wren, assistant main- said the families were membersof 'It was a very elaborate
tenance officer for the squadron, the National League of ceremony, she said. The Air
first flew with Lt. Page in Octoberof Families of American Prisonersin Force Band played for the oc-
1965 when Ens. Page was a Southeast Asia. Capt. casion, and those attending in-
student learning to fly in a T-28 Nystrom, formerly attached to a cluded Barry Goldwater,
with VA-122 at NAS Lemoore. squadron based at Cecil Field, Astronaut James Lovell, Texas
One month later, Ens. Page flew was shot down over Viet Nam 3% millionaire Ross Periot, actor
the A-l'Spad.'The instructor pilot years ago and has been missingin Robert Cummings, Air Force
Lt. Page in cockpit, and LCdr. Wren
was Lt. Wren. action ever since. Brig. Gen. 'ChaPpie' James, and
In October 1966,LCdrWren again Other area wives attending the U. S. Rep. Bob Sykes, whom she
was the teacher when Lt. (jg) meeting were Mrs. Alice Key, said was the only 'Florida
Page was flying a C-45 at NAS St. Augustine Drama Set wife of Lt W. D. Key, a POW politician there.'
Alameda. since Nov.17, 1967; Mrs. Billie Jo The speakers included Vice
Now, almost five years after Cole, wife of Lt. L. 0. Cole Jr., President Spiro Agnew, Barry
their first flight together, LCdr. Florida's famed historical .the general area surrounding St. missing since June 20,1967; Mrs. Goldwater and Astronaut Lovell.
Wren is again the teacher and Lt. musical drama 'Cross and Augustine.The Lynn Glenn, wife of Lt. D. E.
Page is the student, while learning Sword' will open its sixth seasonat play will be basically the Glenn, a POW since Dec. 1966; Despite the size of the meetingand
I the characteristics of the A-7 the 2,000 seat outdoor am- same as in past seasons, Mrs. Emma Ford, wife of LCdr.R. the prominence of those
Corsair II. phitheatre in St Augustine June recording the early history and W. Ford, PWO since June 11, supporting resolutions, however,
26 for an eight week run. founding of St.Augustine,and the 1968; Mrs. Carol McCain, wife of Mrs. Nystrom said the effort
ONEWEEKSPECIAL The play will be shown nightly, struggle of its residents againce LCdr. John S. McCain III, POW received very little public 'at-
PINECREST $489564ft.,3BRlbth beginning at 8:30: p.m. except hardships and hostile elements, since Oct. 27, 1967; Mrs. Alan tention. She said it was given
Sundays and Mondays. The such as Indians and the French.A Brady,Wive of Cdr. A. C. Brady, token coverage by the
CAROUSEL MOBILE;HOMESA drama, will close August 22 will POW since Jan. 19, 1967; Mrs. Washington press and not even
little out of the way last for two hours, including a 15- number of those cast for the Nancy Fuller, wife of Cdr. R. B. mentioned by the national or
but a lot less to pay. minute intermission.A play will be performing on a Fuller, missing since July 14, Jacksonville media. 'We were
5936 Phillips Hwy. 733-6700 cast of some 70 players has volunteer basis.
1967, and Mrs. Jane Grumpier, very disappointed. she said.
been enlisted for the show in-
cluding some 15 dancers, 20
WANTEDPHOTOGRAPHIC singers and the balance as actors -
,stage directors,and the like.
It will be a Florida productionwith
the entire cast residents of

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JUNE 4, 170 ,
4GE 4 JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBUR NER


\ Mad Fox Crew 23

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g j_ ,P Earns Alpha Status
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I_ Jax-The Mad Foxes of Patrol Eberle, flight engineer, ATN3
.
',. .. Squadron 5 have recorded their Bob Poplestein, radioman, AWl
} t! second 'Alpha' crew. Sam Smith, first tech and radar
I; Jim Oakley, Julie
AW2
Crew 23's Patrol Plane Com operator,
mander Lt. Frank Zondlo led his operator,AW3 Bill Cooke,Jezebel
1 crew to alpha status just four operator and A02 Russ Carter,
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months after the crew was ordnanceman.In
formedTo
the 25 required keeping with the annual
complete
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S and
h ASW qualifications for Alpha requalification requirements
status required coordination and the crew-concept, crew 23 will
.. .'$, j''tv tA teamwork between all the retain its Alpha status for one
.; until one of the crew
or
members of the crew; Lt. Bill year
,.i; Wise,co-pilot,LCdr. Carl Leban, members is transferred. Theyare
tactical coordinator, LTjg( ) Jim authorized to display a letter
Wall, navigator, AME2 Jim 'A' next to their crew number.VP5's .


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AAJ1I- Promotes Friendship


Jax-When the Mad Foxes Sigonella. In addition to playingfor
ALPHA FOR CREW 23-VP-5 Crew 23 displays their flag and 'A' after gaining ALPHA deployed to Sigonella, they were the orphanage, the band has
status. Crew members are: back row, left to right: AW2 Oakley, Lt Wise, LCdr. Leban, Lt. interested not only in finding provided entertainment for
Zondlo, Lt. (jg) Wall. Front row, left to right: ATN3 Poplestein, AME2 Eberle, AW1 Smith, A02 submarines, but also in several parties and plays
Carter, AW3 Cooke.CLPPEfrSLVEKLW. promoting good relations with the regularly at the Sigonella EM

Sicilian people. Club.
". As one part of an active The band entertained about
/ *' Community Relations program, half of the 100 boys living at the
T-CRAFT the men of Patrol Squadron Five orphanage with a two-hour
MERCRUISER have made several visits to the program of music. Several of the
I STERNDRIVES orphanage Instituto Pecorino, boys got up on the stage and
I located in St. Agata. This orphanage made impromptu 'guest ap
MERCURY OUTBOARbS cares for young boys pearances' with the band.
aged five through twelve. The
visits the Mad Foxes provide
by
W GOING COMMWCJAU! EXPERT .
entertainment and much-needed Tn c-
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REPAIR _.: -
SHOP companionship for the boys. 'I'.' .
FACTORY The most recent visit featureda ,'; ::." <; ;
TRAINED rock-and-roll band composed of
MECHANICS,.. five VP-5 Bluejackets,' Terry
Haglund' Jack ,Karuso, Eric Y :
Shyer, Wayne Ferry and Jim .
264-9835 Bryant The group, called'Watts 90.fORM 1560
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We have 6 (yes six) swimming pools. 0 And
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When money matters, Aetna's get whet it takes minton 0 With congenial young neighbors to Phone:781-3818
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help enjoy them. 0 All only one block from HOURS:
Mon.Thru Sat.:8:30-6:30;Sun. 1-6.30
golf and an elementary school-with other
I 3 Convenient Locations schools, shopping centers and boating min DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt .
utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the i turn right on San JuanContinueBlvd.past
8006 Lem Turner Road Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown Cedar CreeK bridge to Jammes Road
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controlled heating and air condition
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i I NATTC : Behind the Scene 1 t





: Retirements, Promotions Top .9


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J

Training Center ActivitiesBy ri f':,;',


Pat Williams ._
Jax-A commander and two He was born in Leesville,S.C., reported here in January of this ; if I1t
lieutenant commanders retiredat and as a former enlisted man he year from the Mayportbasedship I
NATTC May 28 In ceremonies attended the AO'B' School in 1943 .USS Noa (DD-841)). Peoplekeeping :
presided over by Capt. Kennedy. and again in 1958. track of the space I h-t' iM
The Superintendent of Ordnance He and his wife, Virginia, have program might remember that it I
Training, Cdr. Charles F. three children, Joseph, Gail, and was the Noa that picked up
Busby received his retirement Terri. astronaut John Glenn when he
papers and was piped ashore splashed down back in 1962. Cdr. and Mrs Busby Go Ashore

after a naval career spanning 23 Third on the list of officer Five people accepted advancements
years of active duty. retirees is LCdr. Dale N. Varner, certificates from '
Cdr. Busby reported here for former .training support officerof Capt.John E. Kennedy Monday. Navy Okays 16,000
duty in October of last year. His the AE and NDI Schools. Moving up a pay grade,were: SK2
letter of appreciation read in part, His career has covered 21 yearsof W. T. Bells; ATN3 K. S. Skoug;
'You can be justly proud of service. Included in this is TD3 M. R. Carroll; AE1 J. T. PromotionsWashington
having served your country with time spent at Roosevelt Roads, Rowan; and SF1 L. R. Timmer. Early
faithfulness and honor during your P.R. in VP-21; NAS Johnsville InVF12 Due to petty officer shortages,
long and distinguished ; and Heavy Attack many people who would not have D.C..Some 16,000 provided they took test for ABE,
career..your performance has Training Unit Atlantic. He was been promoted until later this Navymen have been authorized ABH, AC, AE, AME, AMS, AO,
been in keeping with the high also stationed at NATTC year, were allowed to sew on early advancement on June 1 ASH, ATN, ATR, CT, DK, DM,
standards and traditions of the Memphis and Attack Carrier Air their new crows Monday. instead of July through October DP,DS,DT, FTB, GMT, HM>'LI,
naval service.' Wing 4, Barbers Point Support personnel who have 1970. About 8,000,will sew on E-5 ML, MN, PH, PM, PN, PT, QU,
The Meigs, Ga. native had a LCdr. Varner reported here in been authorized for the early stripes and the other 8,000 will SFM, SK, SM, YN, or CYN.-
service career which included June 1968. He, his wife, Mary, advancement at NATTC are: don E-4 stripes.
tours with Composite Squadron and their three children who AE3 Ted Earleywin, PN3 RandyE. All E-4s currently slated for According to official sources,
33, Attack Squadrons 35 and 44, resided in Orange Park, are Edwards, AK2 Garland advancement to E-5 In July these early advancements won't
and Air Transportation Squadron moving to theSanfordarea. Ferrell, A02 Lawrence Gilley, through October 'were Includedin affect August advancement
22.He also served shore duty with PN2 Michael Green, PN3 Sheila the June 1 advancements. opportunity. In August and
Headquarters, 1st Coast Guard More RetirementsIn Grimes, AMS3 Kenneth Hamm, E-3s scheduled for advancement projected throughout fiscal year
District, Boston; NAF, Naha, ATN3 Kenneth Hatmaker, AMS2 to E-4 in July through 1971, advancement opportunity
Okinawa; and the Bureau of ceremonies on the Bldg. 500 Gary Honeycutt, and HM2 October will also be included in for personnel taking E-4 and E-5-
Aeronautics Resident quarterdeck Monday, AVCM Lawrence Seward in June and these early advancements, tests will be generally excellent.
Representative, Litchfield, Ariz. Emmett T. Sory ended his 30- AE1 Francis Girouard, A01 Will
Now that he has retired he can year naval career amidst Harrington, AE1 Ronald Hood,
enjoy better some of his hobbies farewells and best wishes from AE1 Kenneth Rutledge, and AE1
which include golf, fishing and military and civilian friends.. Wayne Smith in July. PtL. -
hunting. Chief Sory has been phase As authority for their ad- .
Cdr. Busby and his wife, Ruth, supervisor at the AE 'A' School.He vancement was not received [SPRING
have three children, James, came here in February 1968from prior to the ceremonies on CLEARANCE
Thomas, and Kathryn; and are HS-11 at Quonset Point. Monday, ,a supplemental CALK ;
planning to remain: in the Part of the retired chiefs Navy ceremony will be scheduled forth !
Jacksonville area. life was spent in the Pacific June advancees.
LCdr.Joe E.Fox ended27 years during World War Ilwherehe saw EVERYTHING MUST GO!
and 7 months at the same action aboard several ships, in- -
ceremonies.Fox culding the battleship USS '
was an AO phase' super- Washington.Chief Want Ads PayJax's VE'VE '
visor and was commissioned as a Sory and his wife, GOTTAjjOYETHH
LTjg in May 1962. Lenore, will stay in the
His accompanying letter ex Jacksonville area. COME
SEE
pressed the command's ap I All THE
preciation 'for the honorable and Career EndsIn

your faithful country.service..rendered' to a somewhat quieter at GreatestFURNITURE BARGAINS!IALL

The AO School retiree has had mosphere, YNCM Olan H.
duty at NAF Sigonella, numerous Barlow said his good-byes the Values!
squadrons, and USS Cabot (CVL- same morning.
WHOLESALE
28)). Chief Barlow has been workingin PRICES SLASHED
the NATTC Public Affairs PRICE TO EVERYONEOPEN ......, .
Every MON. & WED. Office for the last two months of c-c',- dry:
ALL NIGHTI his 27-year naval career. $25.00 deposit holds
Now he will retire to Live Oak, E V I R Y the home of (
your
BEER & 55t Fla. with his wife, Evely, and 12 DAY choice for up to 30daysatourSalePrice
HI I BALLS year-old daughter Selena. I
SUNDAY 1
DANCE CONTEST JOODShlpsNATTC's TIL 6 P MSURPLUS (!,_ -
Wednesday Midnight!
FREE $75 WIG to Winners! JOOD
permanent ,
DANCE TO'THE MUSIC RING' MMC Lewis O'Shields, decided to BRAND
I PM til 2 AM add four more years to his GOODS WIDE 2
,
5 POOL TABLESMOTHER'S present 15 by taking the completely .
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Frees the SHELF. Smokey Bear Name.

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BOOKS REVIEWED: Alfred A. Knopf 1969 three major American cities i Ag-
COP: A close up of violence and with radio car man Joe Minelli
tragedy by L. II. Whittemore Reviewer: Sharon Arnold NAS Harlem; with Negro detective Sponsored by
Holt Rlnehard and Winston 1969 Cecil Field Librarian Ernie Cox in Chicago'sSouthside
; and with Patrolmen Public Libraries of Florida
TIlE LAST OF THE BUSH COP! is a documentary by a Colin Barker and Gary Cummings -
PILOTS by HARMON young reporter who spent several in hippie Haight Ashbury Florida Forest Service ,
Helmerick months with police on the job in district of San Francisco .
Florida State Library
Through his eyes we get a
closeup view of the cop's ondutylife I11Ij1IDII11j1;

his thoughts his terror, and
the threats to his survival. He
accompanied the policemen in
Take stock in America their patrol cars, outside the
'1 1 .
: ,,
the streets and inside Libraries To Sponsor
Buy U.S. Savings Bonds cars, on ,
buildings,using written notes anda
portable tape recorder. He has
disguised all names and identities Summer Reading ClubJaxA

and on occasion has -
merged two or three cops into one summer library reading (Bldg. 2009), and the Station
NEW LOW PRICE! character for the sake of a unified program is planned this year at Library (Bldg. 3)) on June 15.
narrative. You may or may not all station libraries to encourage A fine selection of books isavailable
agree with some of his con- good reading habits among the at all the libraries. The
clusions but he does show us that youth aboard the station. Smokey Club member may check
O police are individual men Enrollment in 'Smokey Bear's out the books he wants and take
working with the social con- Vacation Reading Club' will them home to read. There is a
ditions of today drugs, riots, begin at the NATTC Library wide range of subjects from
1 ghettos,the'law and order' crisisin (Bldg. 563), the USNH Library which to choose.
America. He concludes that Each boy or girl who joins the
/ the policemen's moral behavioris Navy Names New club will receive a reading card,
as reflective of our values as of a Smokey button,Smokey pledge,
INI/ theirs. and Smokey Bookmark. When a
,1 COtIIacnIml"IDIATIi Harmon Helmericks, who has Chief ChaplainWashington club member reads ten books and
: ?IN become one of Alaska's most they have been recorded on a
18" J:
IT.NO.II d11/PL famous bush pilots, is certainlywell D.C..Capt. reading card the member is
d 19" $2I11INA I: qualified to have written Francis L. Garrett (CHC) has eligible to receive a Smokey Bear
/ THE LAST OF THE BUSH been named to succeed RAdm. Reading Club .certifica te.-
yip ,.,214' 1911N PILOTS. James W.Kelly(CHC) as chief of suitable for framing. He will also
D ../....,./..,."iI"m'......oo...,./NI....!.':. The Alaskan bush pilot is the chaplains on July 1. Chaplain receive a NAS Summer Youth
flying frontiersman who carries Kelly will be retiring. Program certificate.A .
EPp Jti sign NI1N IINI CWION news, passengers, mail and Chaplain Garrett, an ordained number of special programsare
h alTreeNl ( Q DEIUM freight under conditions less than minster in the United Methodist scheduled. Each Wednesday
I flp8O. ideal flying laden and blind Church, willbecome the 13th chiefof morning at 10 a.m. during
,1 'w,11I11/, .- // .WbiwYllf{I M'rn.N through fogged in passes, chaplains. He will also assume the month of July there will be a
I landing by pontoon: on glaciersand the rank of rear admiral.A Story Hour at the NAS Library.
IC C .'StH'bow 1.11n,YNMYwlw. landing in areas whose veteran of 26 years' active Other programs will be plannedand
,j .......-.....Ir4fn4I ..n 'landing fields' is where you naval service, Chaplain GGarrett announced. Smokey himself
<3S tfflWHHITM'"Ii c........ make it. This man has an ob- holds the Legion of Merit for has been invited to visit the
MPlfTt vious love for Alaska and helps exceptionally meritorious service libraries at a date to be an-
BRAKE OVERHAUL. the reader to sense what it is like while serving as Force nounced. More details be
"' .II1I.d.......:..NNM.. wwNINI may
.
995 ) ."MI.1/.n In M Y.YM...INIgMM1 .N.MM ..-. to participate in the developmentof Chaplain, Third Marine Am- obtained from any of the station
...
-'. -:: -- .-:: a frontier land.He captures the phibious Force in Vietnam. librarians.
NIN. NN NN.I x Nil NNM wh.YI N.Iw
NNY.I zd1l'5G: : ;l :::"'C'''Q NIInY N excitement and adventurous Chaplain Garrett is married to
M/M f.,11UYII N spirit of all of the Alaskans, In- the former Jean Nixon Patrick of
dians and Eskimos as well as that White Oak, S.C. The Garretts
4GENERALITIREaSERVICE! of the bush pilots. Well illustrated have two sons, Francis L. Jr. and Park Maps
( ) with black and white William B., and a daughter,
photographs. Margaret.
AvailableWashingtonWhere
I 1

may I fish
in the National Park System?
Which national parklands
provide camping facilities,
vacationNow swimming, food and lodging?
How do I get there from here
These and other questions
commonly asked by vacationing
Americans are answered in a
series of eight full-color maps
offered for sale by the Government
% Printing Office.

This attractive group of maps,
Everyone needs a vacation. Let your packaged in a specially designed
(, Credit Union help with yours. A good envelope is a handy guide for park
visitors. It contains an 18 x 28
vacation, with rest and a change of pace, inch United States map showing

can do wonders toward improving your the relationship of more than 260

everyday lives. So have a carefree National Park System areas with
the Interstate Highway System.
vacation with a low-cost loan from your
Credit Union. With it are five detailed
regional maps showing the major
highways and nearby parks,
routes and cities. Also includedare
two individual maps locating
parks, memorials and recreation
areas in the New York City and
Washington, D.C. metropolitan
complexes.
JAX FEDERAL
Color-coded on the reverse of
the United States map is a listingof
facilities and services

4 Locations To Serve You: National available Park to the System.public in the


ROOSEVELT MALL This packet of maps my be
PHONE 314-1391 I NASJAXBldg.39 NASCECILBldg.26 NATTCBldg.501 purchased for $1.50 by mail from

HOURS: Mon.Thurs.10AM.S:30PM Tel.387.5622 or Base Ext.2431 Tel.771.3211, Ext.215 Tel.772.24.ca.Mon./ Wed. Frl., the Superintendent of
L Frl: 10AM.7 PM bet.10 AM.i PM Hours:: Mon.-Frl.9:30.:30: : Hours: .- .8:3.3:00: ( : l0 AMti13 PM Documents, Government
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r Employees Honored by Bosses I


For Top Performance ; Retirement

Jax-Civilian employees at the elimination of one man on the NARF
J Naval Air Station have been original two-man team. Capt. D. H. Heile, commandingofficer
y. presented awards, certificatesand Quality step increases were of NARF presented a
quality increases to beneficial suggestion check to
step presented Mrs Mary F.
recently. Ludwig, Mrs. Evelyn M. Lutz, Wilroy C.Felix for his suggestionfor
the control of the moisture
William M.
Supply Abernethy Jr. and
,
,
? } Floyd C. Barnes.J. problem on the A7 Corsair II I
Capt. E.A. Grinstead, supply aircraft.
W r officer presented letters of appreciation John C.Forbes and Leonard C.
: a' ,f L r 4'4'Yr to Mrs. Nettie C. Bagwell was presented a Graham shared a check for $500
Kicklighter, and Mrs. Sue Me- sustained superior performance. for the approval for theirmethodof
Corkle, while he presented Mrs.McCoHde'shusbandRtchard Bagwell assigned to the bin and tack welding on stator vanes.
M. bulk receipts and issues. His Aircraft oxygen equipment
McCorkle a certificate of receipt error rate is less than 1 repairman, R. C. Fox Jr. receivdthe
training. Three others who were percent while his error rate for Zero Defects Award from
presented the certificate of issues is less than one half of 1 Capt.Heilefor the period of Jan. 1
training were Mrs. Marie E. percent.Administration through April 1, 1970.
Cline, Jerome P. Cowart and .. .. .. -
Earl J. Wentworth.Capt. .
HUSBAND AND WIFE Capt. E. A. Grinsttad, supply officer, .Grinstead presented Mrs. Seeks
prtstnffd Mr .Sue McCorkle a letter of appreciation and husband Dorothy McNichols a 20-year I
Richard McCorkle certificate of training' in ceremonies last week. service pin. Welden G. Johnson Equal Opportunities

received a beneficial suggestion
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. Civilian Promotion BulletinJax check for his idea to use a roller 'There has been no lessening of to reach all recruitment sourcesto
bed on the operation of a table the efforts of this Administrationto attract qualified people of all

Civilian employees of Weather Facility, FICEUR, saw. The suggestion resulted in achieve true equal opportunity races. We are not concerned with
NAVAIREWORKFAC, NAS, Navy Finance Office, Regional an annual savings of$805 and the for minorities and women! U.S. token appointments.'Our .
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Office of Civilian Manpower Civil Service Commission policy is a departure from
FAETULANT, Det. Jax., Navy Management and the Defense Wage SurveyAnnounced Chairman Robert E. Hampton previous policy. We recognizethe
Commissary Stores, Naval Surplus Sales Office should referto declared recently.The need for upward mobility of
Hospital, Navy Recruiting the official bulletin boards in remarks were made to the large number of minority
Station, Disease Vector Control I their various work areas for Jax-The Office of Civilian clear up an apparent misun citizens in the Government at the
Center, Regional Storage information concerning all Manpower Nolle derstanding of the Nixon Ad lower levels, and are designing
Management
Management Office, Fleet positions for which applicationsare 12530 of April 30, 1970 advise s ministration's equal employment specific steps to help all people in
now being accepted. that the Department of Defensehas opportunity program in the lower grade jobs increase their
Ufftt KNOS MAKE These new bulletins are an- tentatively scheduled Federal Government that opportunities for advancement
a wage resulted from remarks made by he continued.
nounced to establish registers to change for the
IIrnu__. fill future vacancies in the Jacksonville survey, Fla. labor market Hampton in response to questionsat Hampton also pointed out that
following positions: area in January 19711. a press conference as to the Federal Government is
-mow General Foreman (Carpenter) Theu will be conductedin whether there are pressures on making special efforts to assure
I,MPB55-70,closing date June 10, accordance survey with the provisions managers to hire minorities. that it reaches men and women of
1970; Operating Engineer of the Coordinated Federal 'We are strongly encouraging all races and ethnic
(Hoisting Equipment), MPB5670 System as set for th in Federal Wage agencies to work toward equal backgrounds, some of whom are
open continuously, date of Personnel Manual Supplement < employment opportunity as only minimally represented in
'stated in the Executive order middle and levels of
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VA-174 tallied 4 times in the
NATIONAL LEAGUE: VA-83 the spectators in at.
bottom of the 6th for a come- many
took the measure of VC-4, 16-6 by tendance, bowling of this calibre
from-behind win over VA-45, 8-5.
in the first
t* scoring seven runs should occur more often. Many
frame and to their win. Slim Doole was winning pitcher.RUDY'S .
'r'r coasting thanks to the Midget and
Lee of VA-83 led the assault witha RUBIES: Dental Spunaugle for setting it up.
15450'A triple and a double. Smith was pulled off an unusual triple play: _
winning pitcher. With runners on first and third, a AMERICAN LEAGUE: Don
VA-72 won by forfeit over AMD. fly ball was caught in short Harrick had high series with a
VA-46 tallied two runs in the centerfield The runner on first fine 584. Dave 'Smooth' Smith of
last inning to nip VA-83, 87. The was called out for leaving the Dental rolled a high game for the
winning runs were scored without basepath and the runner at third evening with a nifty 235; his
benefit of a hit. VA-83 committedtwo was nipped at the plate. Newmanof series of 564 was a career high.
\ costly errors, two passed Ops scored all the way from Nineteen other bowlers rolled 500
f balls, a hit batsman and a walk. first on a sacrifice bunt when the or better series and seven
f\QREENLISTMENTS \ Howard garnered the win. first baseman retained the ball in bowlers broke the 200 game
: Harris of VA-72 limited VC-4 to his hot little hand and forgot it barrier.
only one hit as his team shutout was there. Lord of Ops finally
the Dragonflyers 4-0. Harris set make it to first base this season, Only 10 games now separatethe
DUAL AQCS William Klipp (right) and down nine batters via the and a jacket was run out to first 12 teams in this 'fine'
AFCM Joe B. Hook.of VA-46 reenlisted together April 17, receiving the strikeout route.AMERICAN. him...in 90 degree heat? Only (the Midget's adjective, not
oath from Cdr. F. J. Withers, C. 0., of VA-66..Chiefs Hook Is quality four balls vacated south field last mine) league. Even though they
assurance supervisor for: the squadron, and Chief Klipp is squadron LEAGUE: Ops 12, week, of course, only one game were 'upset' by VA-174 in the
Public Works 2. Silver Streak
maintenance chief. was played at Cozy Corners. We challenge match, the Midget
Hardee unveiled Ops' new secret were saddened to learn that an persists in describing them as
weapon in the person of Ed Lord unfortunate set of circumstanceshave 'the best'.
Ed's pitches can best be cropped up which caused
Around the NavyPORT described by making a parody of the manager of Public Works to
the old nursery rhyme about the withdraw his team from further National League: Duncan's 572
little.girl with the curl: 'When! he league competition. series,Stilley's 553 and Love's 543
was low, he was very very low, FOWLING were high for the night. Eight
CANAVERAL, FLA. ... will participate in the month long and when he was high he was VA-174 met the Mighty Midgetsin other men 500 or better series.
The British Polaris submarine, exercise. HMS Resolution, HMS horrid.' a challenge roll-off last 'Clutch' bowler Puckett returnedto
HMS Revenge, is undergoing Repulse and HMS Renown, which The Marines stunned VA-174 by Thursday and nipped Tiny Tim's form..facing competition he
final 'shakedown' tests, includingtest made similar visits in 1968 and shutting out the Hellrazors 10-0 on best, 2732-2709. In the second rolled a magnificant 368 series..
missile launchings, on the U. 1969, are now operational, a one hitter by Fireball Moore, game, Pat Duncan tossed seven how the mighty have fallen.
S. Atlantic missile range here. Revenge will return to the Clyde whose most befuddling pitch wasa striked in a row and rolled a fine Standings:
Both her Blue and Gold crews Submarine Base at Faslane, soft toss with a world of spin, 256 game. Only a dropped ball in

Scotland, before going OB atrol. accompanied by an occasional the 8th frame and an uncharacteristic Admin .7310
EVERY NIGHT! straight ball.Every Marine in the foul in the 10th VA-174 No. 1 .6770
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS. lineup reached first base safelyat of Dental .6730
Pat
SPECIAL COCKTAIL HOUR deprived a perfect 300 VA-72 .5960
First Class Mate
Aerographer's least
7PM 9PM (Wh nthtyit.p, once. game. Operations .5960
WESTARTI) John Martz, attending Del Mar AV-ORD overcame a two-run VA-83
Fulbright had a 592 series, the .5095
, AM DRINKS & BEER College here under the Navy's deficit in the 3rd inning and wenton Midget 551, Waldron 537, Locke Medical .5000
Associate Degree Completion to stampede VA-45,11-4. Urich VA-46 .4230
519 and Guneter 510. For the
HALFPRICE has been elected NAMTD No. 1 .3940.
Program, by recorded the win.
Hellrazors, Duncan led with a 595 AMD .3750
fellow students as President of Second round play opened with VA.174 No.2
series, Blauvelt 570, Roberts 533, .3175
the college Student Congress for Ops winning a squeaker over Burch 521 and Doole 513, APTU .2500
the 1970 71 term. Four other Dental, 31. Despite some rather
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Thirty Captains Selected".1:.



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WASHINGTON, D. C. .... Edward L. Feightner ((1310)) Brian McCauley ((1100))
Thirty captains have been named John G. Finneran ((1100)) Joe P. Moorer ((1310))
by the rear admiral selection Richard E. Fowler, Jr. (1310)) Daniel J. Murphy ((1310)
board for promotion to the two- William M. A. Greene ((1100)) John J. Shanah, Jr. (1100))
1 star rank. Twenty seven are George G. Halvorson ((1100)) William H. Shawcross (1310))
unrestricted line and three are Clarence M. Hart ((1400)) William R. St. George (1100))
restricted line officers. Thomas B. Hayward ((1310)) John M. Thomas ((1310)EmmettH.TiddUOO )
The list includes 11 aviators Richard E. Henning ((1400)) )
and four submarines. Two Billy D. Holder ((1310)) Stansfield Turner (1100)
engineering duty officers and one Lewis A. Hopkins ((1510))
Robert 0. Welander (1100))
aviation engineering duty officer John,D. H. Kane, Jr. ((1100))
were selected.In Robert Y. Kaufman ((1100)) Ralph Wentworth, Jr. (1100))
the unrestricted line, 22 of Julian S. Lake ((1310)) Joe Williams, Jr. ((1100))
the 27 selections were from below Harvey E. Lyon (1100)) Walter N. Dietzen Jr. CI100S \

Cdr. Mason receives pin from Capt. Pressler (L) the zone. Average age of the ,.,..l FUrU
officers is 47.4 Capt. William St.
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Cdr. Mason Awarded selectee is a true 'seamanto CENTRAL ISSUANCE OF
admiral Capt. Joe Williams
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Jr.held all enlisted grades before ; ,
being commissioned. Capt. Joe EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1970 ..(
2,500 P3A Hour Pin P. Moorer is the brother of the iNQRIDR '
Chief of Naval Operations. ,
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Jax Cdr., R. A. Mason. operational squadrons. THE SELECTEES I ,1d TKE ti L SE "
commanding officer of Patrol Reporting to VP-45 from the

Squadron 45, has received the Naval War College, Cdr. Mason Thomas E. Bass III ((1100)) .. ,.,' ,
Lockheed P-3A Orion 2500 Pilot became the squadron's executive John S. Christiansen ((1310))
Flight Hour Pin from Capt. officer. He deployed with the Robert P. Coogan ( )
William J. Pressler, commanderFleet squadron to Southeast Asia last (1310)q :
Air Wing II. year where he earned two Air ; ,a; LICENSE QRIYERf
The Red Darter skipper has Medals for flying Market Time
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flown more than 8000 hours and Patrols in support of combat ,
has qualifited in 28 different operations in Vietnam. '

military aircraft, including k both VP-45 presently maintains a ri I e
helicopters and jets. six-crew, four-plane detachmentin '
A graduate of the Naval Test Rota, Spain and conducts SENT DRIVER TO LICENSE LICENSEE J CERTIFICATEE': IT't
Pilot School, Cdr. Mason has patrol operations in the .. \\.I MAILED LICENSEE
served tours with four Mediterranean. im: IS : .


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EDITOR'S NOTE: The QUESTION: How may, Navy .Fun-Oriented 4
following questions and answers personnel obtain financial aid Apartments ,, ,,, ,Ileb, Ll
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the Bureau of Naval Personnel. Assistance Program? v C O Dp-DATES DRIVER IICENSESIYISION OF
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ANSWER: Career petty of Manual,' NavPers 15229. ,
ficers may request ,assignmentto Dependents on funds available,
Class B or C school under the Navy will pay up to 75 percentof
provisions of article 12.8 of the tuition costs for a maximum of
'Enlisted Transfer Manual.'Also,
seven semester or quarter hoursin SPECIAL
if they have less than 10 years any one academic term.
active military service, they may rf
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provisions of the Selective Csion are eligible for 'twilight'
and Reenlistment (SCORE) assignments requests overseas
program (BuPersInst 1510.107 duty? '
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Wives Club has collected$1891.64for ? a 5 ubh '

its charity donations. JOWC N Y A's :
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Budget and Welfare Chairman >
Sylvia Thomas, has distributed
the funds for use In the repair and :
maintenance of protestant .
Sunday School facilities and the
FOR SERVICE 1000-hour pin for Navy Relief volunteer work was
Catholic Chapel's thepurchase
nursery presented to Mrs. Rose Hays by RAdm. Heyworth.
of materials for the Red
Cross and the Navy Relief
Society's Scholarship program.A Past Presidents Feted
portion of the money also
goes into the repair and

replacement of hearing aids and At Wives Club LunchJaxAt
to help pay for ear operations
through Project HEARD. This is
a federally sponsored project to its 23rd anniversary A plaque was presented to
help deaf children. luncheon held on May 28, the Franklyn R. Perry, servicemanof
Next year, JOWC will in- A TOP VOLUNTEER Mrs. Julie Newman was awarded both a 1750- Navy Wives Club of America the month. Attending for the
corporate a $2.00 annual mem- hour charm and a 2500-hour charm for her efforts In volunteer supportof Jax 86, honored its past active presentation was his com-
bership fee bolster. operating the Navy Relief Society. presidents, Mrs. Henry Wynett, manding officer, LCdr. A. C.
funds. Mrs. P. J. Bennett, and Mrs. Thomas of the Shore Patrol. A
: r! v Y7' yyi.. +r'0 Henry Barnes. large coffee pot was given to
Y Chief Bjorec for the Way-Inn
t.f Guests at this affair included
where he is counselor.Mrs. .
Capt. Henry 0. Cutler, com-
Y l u'S. IRx manding officer of NAS, Capt. John Hills received her
R
P Berton R. Otto, Capt. William five-member pin, and Mrs.
Pressler, Mr.Arthur Slocumb, Franklin Perry was given a small
NAS Public Affairs Officer, and .trophy for serving as hostess for
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distributed the diplomas at a

FINANCE : ceremony on May 28. VOLUNTEERS RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., with Navy Relief
volunteer wives (L to R): Mesdames Linda Jackson, Gene Lewis
Yukiko Ponder, Marian Thomas, Jean Todd, Francis Gatio, Cora Lea
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Jax-The Navy Relief Society, Conference Room, was presidedover
0 Jacksonville Auxiliary, held an by President RAdm.
When you need money awards ceremony on Thursday, Lawrence Heyworth Jr. RAdm.
May 28 to honor its volunteer Heyworth presented awards to
1/ wives. women who volunteered the most
for any reason I The ceremony, held in the NAS service to the society.
Mrs.Linda Jackson, Mrs. Gene
within reason see HFC Lewis, Mrs. Susan Moses Mrs.
Yukiko Ponder, Mrs. Marian
Thomas, Mrs. Jean Todd, and
Don't misunderstand. We still urge you to "Never .. Mrs. Dawna Works have earned
borrow money needlessly." But after 92 years we know pins signifying 100 hours of
that people have very good and real reasons for needingto service, and Mrs. Corky Heft
borrow. And we'll help when it's a matter of paying received a 100 hour charm. Mrs.

bills, buying a better car, replacing appliances or for ST. JOHNS Moses and Mrs. Works: however,
were not able to attend the
within have.
any reason reason you may
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per week. Write PO Box 7693 Jax, Fla. water & no mosquitoes. Free boat Accelerated correspondence course. Color Comedy. 'M' E. ((103
32210 or call 396.0938 between & 10 dockage.. Adults only. 12 miles So. of R.E. law. Prepare for state mins.) NAS: 'Don't Drink the Water'
NAS Jax examination. P.O. Box 7403, Jax.,
on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek.
a.m. dally. starring Jackie Gleason and
Ph. ((904)) 2843369. Green Cove 322107716877. L.F. Nastrl, Reg. R.E. Hospital: 'The Christmas
Springs. Bkr. Tree' Estelle Parsons. Color Comedy.

SALESMAN WANTEDPart NAS Matinee: 'King Kong Vs. 'G' G. (98 mins.)

time to ,work Naval Air PRIVATEAll GodzIlla' starring Michael Leith Hospital: Scream and Scream
Stations prospects. Call Don Kirk, 733- MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea
elementary subjects, specializing and Harry Holcomb. Color Again'
6700.rliMfRMLUlit.
( Mobile Home Park) V Mile
In remedial reading. Call after 330.:
Science Fiction. (90 ruins
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near 7711969.
'R'-Restricted Classification
schools and :
shopping center. Clean,
and reasonable rates. Manager on SUNDAY,JUNE 7 Persons under 17 require accompanying -

premises. Children and .... adult
pets parent or
welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3846264. L : : :. : ::=:=v.=::.., $' NAS: 'The Wild.E l e' starring guardian: -

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FOR SALE OR RENT 7581 or 781-0684.
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand
delivery Est. 1925. Poodle RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your ALL NEW HEADQUARTERS
equity or let us rent your home. 63MECURY MONTEREY
Grooming Reasonable, 5085
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owner
up :
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RIDERS WANTED By Owner Ideal location, 4BR., all 5278.
To San Diego, Calif., Leaving June brick, cent. H & A., fam. rm,. f-p1.,
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Best offer. 772-0416.

YES, BEELINE FASHIONSAre Nice 3BR., l'/i' Baths. Fla. Room- ,
sold In Jax) by Lois Vincent. 781- Small Down. Quick Move In. Close 1966SIMCA
5572. Cecil & NAS. New upholstery, brakes, starter,
Ed. C. Philips-Realtor engine bearings, & new rubber. $450.
387-2503 Call 771-7897 (after 7)).
FOR SALE
New Kimball 'Swinger' Organ (with
rhythm section) great buyl After 6p.m. NEW3&4BEDROOM CREDIT UNION REPO
1969 Nova, 2DR., HT,V-8,3spd., R&H,
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Call 786.2..58.AUt Homes Under 235 Louise T. Bailey,
Vinyl roof. Clean ready to go. $1995.. .:. ....'. "
Broker. Phone 771-3605 or 2468253.
100 percent financing If qualified. See WESTSIDE ':" { '
A. T. Madison Bldg. 39 NAS or call Volkswagen, Inc. ;
CONDITIONING SERVICE ;'.t
IN CEDAR HILLS Ext. 2431. '. '
Auto AC., central & window units .. ( '
4BR., Concrete Block Home, Cent. Selling Used Cars i ,.
serviced &
repaired. Air, 2B., Kit. bit-In elec. range & oven, 64T BIRD 100 PERCENT GUARANTEE
Tylers Heating &Air Conditioning -
dishwasher & garbage disposal. Excellent Condition, loaded. $800. 384-
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore) Breakfast nook, Din. Rm., Living rm., 1516 after 4:30.: <"
,
388-5161 Den & Uitllty rm. Terrazo floors.
Garage & storage room. Patio &
back yard fence. Priced to sell.J. 1963 VALIANT .
WASH AND PAINT Slater Smith Bkr Black, R & H, Std. Trans., Inspected. ,w.
Interior and exterior painting. Ph. 264- Louis Ball Assoc. No Rust, New seat covers, First $325 : ... '
2613. 284.3369 takes It. Ph. 771-6575. 'i
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28 .3602 'j
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SAVING MONEY? FOR SALE $395. Ph..7717936. .; .'., Up !
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Join our FABRIC CLUB and you will Lake George .
Choose From I
receive Immediately a fabulous new 5024.
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Machine In a
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beautiful walnut console, with a j .
lifetime guarantee IN EXCHANGEFOR HOUSE FOR SALE :: ; .. ', .: '... .'
YOUR OLD SEWING 3BR., Fam. rm., Cent. H & A. $76 mo. : ':" > ( !: ; .. ., : ;
MACHINE. IT'S AN EVEN TRADE.No equity $3,000 $500 Dn. 54 mo. 2113 f \ "
gimmicksl Your only obligation Is Limoges Dr. 781-7759 or 3872071. 4) J'

to agree to purchase you fabrics from ,
our FABRIC CLUB. You will need .
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choose, starting at 69 cents. The All V.arat
Fabulous Sewing Machine & Consoleis WIL-MARAPTS. 1150 Lane Ave.,So. Phone 781.5511

yours to keep and enloy. Repeat-NO 2 Br., LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., DEER SPRINGSESTATES Open Dally to 1:30: Saturday to Sunday 1 to 6 PM
GIMMICKS. Just agree to purchaseyour Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off'' StitiM.21iurKipt fabrics from our club, and we street. Water, Garbage & Sewage .

will swap, your sewing store machine., and we Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus ,,,.,...t H...sites
Present this ad to our
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will be happy to discuss this money. Clear rater.....1.
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4 bedrooms, 1-M baths plus large
hobby shop, 'fruit on the CALL fORAPPOINTMEN7
family room
AkC REO. POODLE trees'. Fenced yard. Call for details. C de w.SbnpsoII S C. P. S. We think small about price,you see.I .

White,Apricot mlnaturt puppies. Ph. Colonial Realty Co. Realtor MLS 396- PEAL IR t
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Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS "" -




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Ronnie and the Soul Society are the featured artists this week, appearing -
tonight through Sunday, and Tuesday and Wednesday. .44 ,
r Monday's entertainment will be provided by Lorenzo's Soul Treatment -

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ACEY DEUCEY CLUB


The Acey Deucey Club, located in the old Chiefs' Club building 593, wr6 >
will feature the Four of Clubs Friday and Saturday evenings. The
club's dining room is open and ready to serve you from 11 a.m. to 1

p.m. daily, from 5 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and f
from 1 to 9 p.m. on Sunday.

CPO CLUB


Mark Castle will be appearing at the CPO Club tonight, and 1MYM MNIVP45
tomorrow evening's feature will be the 3 Sounds. Mel Gaden will take r

the stage on Saturday night, and Sunday Tommy 'C' will provide the
music.
OFFICERS CLUB \;;. .A
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There will be a dinner dance on Saturday evening with Phil Cay ; "
providing the entertainment,and the Sunday Buffet will be held from 5 :' 'r'" .. 'V """"'

to 8 p.m.Thursday,June 11 is the night of the Rudy Wesley show, and .' ;: "_'," ......-. __ __

200 reserve seat tickets are now on sale at the desk. ALFA CREW-Cdr. Richard W. Weir, (right-center) gets with his crew that became the

FRA BRANCH first Jax-based patrol squadron to acheive'Alfa'status under the new qua IIticatlons.VP.45 .

Tonight's shuffleboard tournament will be held at 7:30: and tomorrow

evening at 8:30: Red Edwards and the Altones will appear on stage. Crew Gets Back Red 'A' I
Sunday evening's entertainment will be provided by Jim Mann and the .
is Game at FRA - -- -- -
Goodtimers, starting at 7:30.: Tuesday Night ,
beginning at 8. Lunches and dinners are served Tuesday through

Sunda ._ __ Jax-For anyone who may have Other members of J.D. McGhee, flight engineer;
missed it for the past few monthsthe WINGSLANT's first new A01 T.G. Colgrove, ord-
DRIVE' IN big red 'A' is coming back. 'ALPHA' crew include: Lt. J.C. nanceman; AWl L.W. Call, AW2
TOP HAT Indicating a 100 per cent Woodward, co-pilot; LCdr. W.W. C.D. Carter and AW3 J.R. Ford,
combat-ready 'ALPHA' an- Turkington,tactical coordinator; sensor operators; and ATN3 T.D.
6o'd Eoffinf, I tisubmarine warfare flight crew, Lt.J.N.Dalton, navigator: ADJ1 Hammons, flight communicator.
decorated the ..
the 'A'
formerly -- -- --
Fast Service. noses of many P-3 Orion aircraft Wing Officer Wins
belonging to NAS Jaxksonville-
ChlckuSttiks i based VP squadrons. However, 'I

, i January reorganization 1, 1970 brought of readiness a major Bronze Star Medal

Slat// criteria for all East Coast VP
I under the administrative controlof Jax-The Bronze Star was Throughout his tour, he per-
2045 BLANDING BLVD PH. 388-9553 Commander Fleet Air Wings, presented last Thursday during formed his duties under the
U.S. Atlantic Fleet. ceremonies held adjacent to the imminent threat of enemy
The syllabus of in-flight FAW-11 Headquarters. LCdr. terrorist squads and main force
( .J qualification exercises was expanded John A. Mattson received the units and was subjected to,
and made award with the Combat 'V' from numerous rocket and 'mortar
Bobs Oak Hill the revamping more stringentby of the CFAW-11, Capt. William J. attacks Also during the

readiness program, and with the Pressler Jr., for deeds accomplished ceremonies, LCdr. Mattson
t_ while serving with received the 3rd through the 8th
passing of calendar year 1969, all
Pure Service Center the 'A's disappeared.The the U.S. Naval Air Facility, Can Air Medal Award. He is
VP-45 crew became the RanhBay, Det Tan Son Nhut, presently serving as staff Safety
first to complete the long road Vietnam. Officer at FAW11.
Open for your convenience &am.10 p.m. Red led The citation read in part: 'For
back. Dart Crew 30, by
Cdr.Richard W.Weir,completedits meritorious service while serving
road service pick vp I deliveryeckaiic j'' last required exercise, and the with friendly forces engaged in <.
armed conflict against the North
became the first 'A'
crew crew
OR fity Aniridi ft Fortifi Curs qualified under the new criteria'in Vietnamese and Viet Cong
COMFAIRWINGSLANT.In Communist aggressors in the
Republic of Vietnam from
103rd & Jammes Road recognition, Adm. '
February 1969 to February 1970.
771 the
-9156 Weymouth originated
Jacksonville, Florida
It was his consistent
per-
'I wish to
following message:
formance as a planner and ad-
extend personal
my ministrator that greatly con- 5 r
to each memberof
congratulations tributed to the effectiveness of b y '+llr
.
crew 30 on being the first
1 the combat logistics support
ALPHA
WINGSLANT crew mission of his detachment and his
,i qualified with the new exercises.I a
accomplishments as Air ,
i '+ s of
r
this achievement
know more
f'
> Operations Officer added im-
than any other marked by close ., 3: ,
measurably to the combat
.GiwrntMS Led. t Every Ctrl teamwork and signifies your readiness and morale of the

WE,SPECIALIZE IN VOLKSWAGENS integrity as a professional unit, a operating forces in the III and
of In-
complementary group IV Tactical Zones.
Corps
M DATSUN $1195 dividuals working in mutual In addition, LCdr. Mattson
concert toward a common goal.
tt VW SEDAN $1095 You have'now demonstrated for contributed over 750 flight hoursas
plane commander in ac
others that this goal is within ,
65 VW SEDAN $995 reach for the diligent complishing his detachment's

mission.SPECIAL BRONZE STAR .. LCdr.
64 KARMAN GHIA $895 Mattson stands tall during Fleet
Air Wing 11 at whichhe
ceremony
65 FIAT SEDAN $475
was presented the Bronze Star
k for service in
Vietnam. He
7
64 VW SEDAN $795 earned the medal for his actions

MORE TO CHOOSE FROM! between February 1969 and
February 1970.

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Fleet Weather Holds Promotion Picture Bright I


I Storm fury ConferenceCdr. For Senior Master Chiefs


a Washington, D. C. .... Fiscal insufficient number of qualified
Paul L. Siverly of Mar within this category, Stormfurycrews year 1971 quotas provide for the candidates, these quotas will not
tinsville, Ill, second in commandof are notified and the ex. selection of 1,871 E-8 candidatesand be filled.
the 'Hurricane Hunters' attended periments begin, said Siverly. 577 E-9s. This is comparableto Advancement opportunityvaries
the first 'Project Storm. Project participants will hold the fiscal year 1970 figures and by ratebut official sources

fury' conference of the year at what is called a 'dry run' from ?>' t. ... provides for adequate ad- say the overall fiscal year 1971
Fleet : vancement opportunity in spite of advancement picture for E-8,E-9
the Navy's Weather July 20 through August 3, flying r;
Facilitiy here.Project from the Naval Station, "t.:,_,: i ; the reduction of 24,534 petty of- candidates is bright

Stormfury is a joint Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. T% ;,\-1 facers currently programmed for Family HousingTo
Navy, Air Force and Environmental Various flight patterns will be .:it''' : ."... t"). fiscal year 1971.
Science Services practice.flown for the first three -.z.'''L'..LREUPAMS2Jimmie' _.>..:..fl! )\. It should be remembered, Be ReviewedJaxNAS
Administration (ESSA) ex- days. E. Ray however, that these quotas
periement conducted yearly to shipped over May 27 for six determine the maximum numberof Jacksonville is slatedas
attempt"" to reduce the wind 'This practice session will years. Ray is a six year Navy primary selectees (those one of seven naval activities in
velocity of tropical storms. utilize four of our six Super veteran and has served with the candidates for whom ad Florida for an on site review of
The project will be directed by Constellation aircraft and four Hurricane Hunters for three vancementwillbe authorized) construction requirements and
Dr. Cecil Gentry, head of the complete 12 .. man crews during years. should there be an family housing.
... .._ ___
the period. In addition "" L
National Hurricane .Research Air Force Cdr. it. J. mcnugn and LCdr.
Labroatory in Miami. and ESSA aircraft will be there,' War Games Confront Units D. P. Jones from Washington, D.
I
'It cannot be emphasized too the commander said. C. will be touring various
strongly that the purpose of facilities aboard the station June
Stormfury is only to reduce winds After the flight pattern Jax-Jacksonville based VP-16 Force strength and mobility for
and not to alter the course of the refresher, the next 10 days will be and VP-45 had the opportunity to the enemy Commander, Unfortunately 8.The purpose of the tour is to .
storm or the volume of rainfall,' spent in experimentally seeding face one another as 'enemies' for the enemy, they obtain. a plan for construction of
said Cdr. Siverly.. various cloud formations and during the massive 'invasion' were pre-doomed to defeat by the new facilities on station. The
'Last year we seeded hurricane measuring weather reactions. that ,was named excercise'E Exercise Operation Plan. results of this review will be put.
Debbie with silver iodide crystalsand Aircraft in the xotic Dancer III'. The wing Thus, with the battle now over, into a construction package
her winds were reduced by participating the portion of the exercise, a practice VP-16 and VP-45 have buried the which the Chief of Naval
dry run exercise will fly all
30 The is assualt Air hatchet. will submit to
over percent question, from 500 to 65,000 feet and amphibious by Navy, Operations
of course, whether that was a way above. Force and Marine Detachments, Congress for approval.. .
natural occurence or a result of took place from May 13 through
our experiement. We feel it was Attending the meeting with Dr. May 21.Patrol.
the latter.' Gentry was Cdr. L. J. Un- Squadron 16, as a
Stormfury instructions state derwood, commanding officer of member of the friendly forces, JUBJiMMttMMt
that no storm can be seeded Fleet Weather Facility and other discovered and killed six 'enemy' WORTH
unless it has less than a 15 percent officers and civilian officials submarines. This was accomplished THIS COUPON IS
chance_ of affecting land from the Air Force, ESSA, and, through constant 24
areas within 18 hours of the weather facilities across the hour ASW surveillance, and the
seeding. 'As soon as a storm fits country and in the Caribbean. assistance of the FAW-11 shore oo
based OperationalControlTeam. $

Hurricane Hunters Will Acting as a Unit of Task Force 26,
Patron 16 also aided in the searchfor CA
enemy vessels and in' the ANY NEW OR USED

'I New AircraftJax blockade and quarantine action : TOYOTA ,
Get Type conducted just prior to the In. REGENCY
vasion 'D' Day. Cdr. Ernest
phone
Nordvedt's Eagles few over 300 e21.3081cu pieUe.
Over the, next few 1,000 feet above the sea and in hours in protection of the friendly Only one coupon p
hurricane seasons the Navy's winds up to 140 miles per houij forces.
'Hurricane Hunters' of Weather were conducted to test the air- VP-45, on the other' ,hand, _
Reconnaissance Squadron :Four craft's capability to successfully played the sinister role of the
based here will receive a new replace the familiar 'Super enemy. As a part of the guerrilla !
aircraft to fly into the violent Constellation.' invasion of a mythical country ..
tropical storm. Delivery the first specially called 'Blue' the Red Darters,
The new plane, designated t the equipped aircraft is anticipated under the leadership of Cdr. TEST DRIVE THE..
WP-3A, 'Orion,' is a military during the 1970 hurricane season Ralph Mason, sought to locate
version of the Lockheed 'Elec- which runs from June 1 to and track the 'friendly' ocean
tra.' November 30.The new plane will force movements.By .
Extensive tests over the past afford greater speeds in reaching maintaining constant
year, including actual hurricane storms far at sea and also vigilance the Red Darters gained
penetrations into 'Inga' last provide for greater flexibility in valuable intelligence on Friendly
October at altitude of less than altitude range.
The Navy has used the 'Super
Connie' since 1955 in which time
Take stock in AmericaBuy the squadron has amassed more

U.&Saving Bond than 65,000 accident -,free flight I.
hours and has flown in more than d:
125 named tropical storms. I

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_ WWl Vet Recalls NAS Jax Was Once Army CampBy I


JOC Chuck Schroyer
and boarded a train to start a for the trip to camp.

Jax-If you're still around the three-day trek to Jacksonvilleand 'My first experience in

i year 2023 and if you return to visit Camp Johnston. Jacksonville wasn't very good,'
the air station, y u'I1 no doubt be Potts said. 'We were marching
amazed at the _nges. Reb Colonel down the street toward the

A lot of changes can take place YMCA when this crusty old
in 53 years. Just ask 73yearoldBill As the old wooden day coaches southern colonel met us on the
Potts, who marched around rumbled south during the long, sidewalk. The old gent war
the local area in 1917 when naval uneventful trip, the new soldiers making his way down the street
: aviation was In its infancy and talked about home and an- with the aid of a cane, but when
t the air station's commissioning ticipated their new life in the he saw us he suddenly got

\ date was still 24 years away. army. Drinking water was hopping mad and .started
Potts was in the Army at the time dipped from wooden barrels shouting, 'get those damn
and the land on which the air behind each of thecoachesduringthe Yankees off the street! We
station now stands was Camp trip south. 'Those water thought we were going off to war hi
Johnston, home of the Army's barrels were for everythingPotts France, but that old man was
quartermaster training program. recalled. 'You dipped in for a unnerving,' he exclaimed.
While in Jacksonville visiting a drink of water and you dipped a
friend a few days ago, Potts little out if you wanted to wash Sand EverywherePotts
recalled his days In the Army some of the grime off your face,
while undergoing training at the too.! described Jacksonville in
old army camp.Fiftythree Potts' first impression of 1917 as 'country town with few
years ago last Jacksonville was a 'fat sergeantwho tall buildings.' Leaving the city,
month Potts and a group of other lined us up at the old Union the new recruits rode a bus
young men from the Columbus, Station and started marching us through the country to get to
Ohio area enlisted in the Army off to the YMCA to get cleaned upI camp.
Those first few days in the

Army were much the same as
Souvenir Folder of .' they have always been for

recruits, although the time may
'JaLe l lwutkaattuillr
Lmuhi have made life tougher. 'After

getting to camp we were marched
rh' across a bridge and placedin
,
ARMY DAYS Bill Potts, 73,of Columbus, Ohio, recalls his days at
a receiving while
? ) a company Johnston interview. The card mailer In his
awaiting uniform issue. We livedin Camp during post hands
'
include photos accompanying the story on him
tents and got shots and were

assigned to working details the 'The camp was hot and that In the afternoons after 3
first few days.' Potts remem sand was ridiculous to try to o'clock, camp routine eased off

bered. march around in,' Potts said. and the soldiers spent the I
'Sand was ankle deep and we 'Those first days took a lot of remainder of the day 'trying to
drilled every morning with getting used to. The heat and cool off a little.' Potts said, 'We



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lumber that was used to erect Talking about a visit to the air SATURDAY' AT CAMP gathered at various recreation from the routine of camp life.
camp buildings. ; station made last summer, Potts Soldiers at Camp Johnston centers to spend a few hours off
Potts shaved in front of a said he was amazed at the

mirror that was tacked to a tree. changes in the area. 'The I I of!'
Showers were taken in the 'open swamps are all gone and the new Young serviceman were taking '
woods.' After their initial two hospital is where the old wooden chances in 1917 with sergeants, MOVE INTO Th. SPOILER'NEW

weeks, camp life became a little barracks type buildings were. the same as they are today. Potts '
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when I here.
chunk of their time." 'They gaveus was slipping off to the YMCA to write ,
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Burning Pot Causes Records Tumble

I Track Meet
In

: Clouding of Reality Jax--Navy track and field

athletes were at their best last
week as they broke 10 records in
The current spate of literature reduced effectiveness, reliabilityand the East Coast Track and Field
4' on narcotics and dangerous drugs response to reality. Thus, it Championships at Norfolk, VA.
in the news media is the source of is accepted that its use is ex New marks were set in the
widespread confusion as to the ceedingly dangerous in a military Javelin with William Short of
real effects of marijuana both setting. NAS Pensacola recording a
during and between uses of the Recent scientific studies have : ; 221foot 9V4 inches; Hammer
i drug. Indeed, because of the confirmecd disturbances of ; Throw when Steve Potts of
dearth of fatalities directly due to immedute memory which induce NATTC,Glynco, Ga. hit 173 feet 9
marijuana overdosage and the gaps in the stream of thought and Inches; Shot Put, Gary Parsons,
lack of physical dependence on it, aberrations of speech content NABTC Pensacola, 51 feet 10
we are often urged to believe thatit Small amounts of THC jp Inches; Discus, Gary Parsons,
is, in fact, not a dangerous (equivalent to that found in a NABTC Pensacola, 156 feet 5
substance and possession of it high quality marijuana SURPRISE CAP'NI Capt. B.W. Dean, former NAS executive inches; 110 Meter High Hurdles,
should be legalized.Part cigarette) produce somatic officer happily receives his letter upon retirement from Capt. H.O. Greg McGee, Coast Guard
of the problem is relatedto discomfort, dizziness, feeling of Cutler, commanding officer. After careful planning, Capt. Dean was Academy, 14.3; 1500 Meter Run,
the fact that the potency for 'weirdness' and a dreamlike called to handle an urgent problem at the boat house May 27, insteadall Jon Foltz, USCG Wash Radio
mind-altering effect variesHs'r floating state. Higher doses of department heads were stowed away in the boat cabins awaiting Station, 4:01.6: ; 400 Meter Dash,
THC provoke delusions, his arrival for a surprise party In his honor. Brian Woolsey, FAAWTRANCEN -
hallucinations and psychotic Dam Neck, 51.2; 800 Meter
reactions similar to those seen Civilian AvailableFor Run, Mark Ferrell, NAS Pen-
with LSD. Help sacola, 1:54.7: ; 10,000 Meter Run,
In addition to these demon Jon Foltz, USCG Wash Radio
strated aberrations due to the Station, 34:07.0: ; and 3,00 Meter
immediate adverse effects of Handicapped/Retarded Steeplechase, Steve Hanvey,
E. marijuana, evidence is gradually .- NAS Pensacola, 8:46.5.:
The meet was won by
accumulating of abnormalitiesseen
WASHINGTON ... Thegovernment's treatment. Other benefits FAAWTRACEN Dam Neck Va.
,
in chronic users when they
to treat authorized
program are training,
with NAS Pensacola finishing
are not under the immediate handicapped and retarded rehabilitation and special
effects of the drug. Recent dependents in civilian facilities education and institutional care. runner-up.
reports speak of subtle but benefits all three of those in- Transportation to or from
ominous changes among chronic volved the government, the institutions also is covered.
marijuana users: decreased serviceman and the patientThe Authorized supplies include Softball Standings
Marijuana. drive, apathy, distractability,
government gains because special optical devices, durable
poor judgment, introversion, hardship discharges have equipment such as wheelchair, National
greatly. The active principle, depersonnalization, diminished decreased. Service men are no iron'lungs, hospital beds, etc. as
tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) capacity to carry out complex longer forced to get out so they well as drugs and medicines.To NARTU 8-1
may be in very low quantity and plans or prepare realistically for can live near an area where qualify under this portion of Hospital 7-1
diluted by other substances in the future, and progressive loss inexpensive treatment is the CHAMPUS program the 679th 6-3
some supplies of marijuana while of insight This complex of effects available for their stricken patient must be the dependent of Weapons 6-4
that obtained in another' area has been called the dependents. The Civilian Health a member ordered to duty for a VW-4 4-
(e.g. Vietnam) contains a much amotivation syndrome. and Medical Program of the period not specified as 30 days or VP-16 3-5
greater amount of the active Scientific studies, both in the Uniformed Services (CHAM less. He or she must be ComFairJax 2-6
principle. Thus, statements United States and abroad, to MARTD 2-7
PUS) provides an incentive to moderately or severly mentally
about the acute effects of further document the effects of remain in the Armed Forces retarded or posses a serious A-c Maint 0-8
smoking a given amount of continuous marijuana use are
The serviceman profits from physical handicap. Nervous
should be acceptedwith planned. It is anticipated that, American
marijuana
the program because his share of breakdowns or other temporary
caution unless the quality of since the active principle has
the cost is realtively small. He mental conditions are not
t the substance used is known.It been purified, use of the drug in pays according to his rate or covered in this section, but may VP-45 11-1
is beyond question that the greater concentrations, such ,as rank. This means from $35 per be part of medical benefits. FAETU 11.1Numbaba
acute effects of marijuana, in pills rather than smoking, will month for an E -1 to $250 per "t Residental care is limited to h". .- .X18-4()
although unpredictable in termsof become more widespread with month for a 010. A serviceman public: or state facilities, unless 10
.... severity and the exact change consequent occurrence of more with two or more dependents these are not available. In this Admed 8-4
in thought result in psychotic reactions. FWF 4-8
processes receiving care concurrentlyunder case, care may be obtained
the handicapped programwill through private non-profit in- GEM 3.9
pay only for the least expensive stitutions. FICEUR 3-9
patient, but not less than Assistance in obtaining Meta I-I
t t the prescribed serviceman'sshare. detailed information on this MAD 1.11A
% r:3k: R. The government will,pay program, including informationon
the remainder of the ,expense. schools, hospitals or training
centers for a particular handicap IEA/Y M..
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affliction also gain. His care and your medical department, from
surroundings are usually the Health Benefits Program
superior to those ordinarily opento Information Officer (HBPIO) at
men forced to leave the ser- a Naval Hospial, or from the
vice. He gets diagnostic advice, Executive Director, CHAMPUS, i, .. aR +
inpatient, outpatient or home Denver. Colo. Aft A0.
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dependent' childrenfive Swimming Tests
years of age and older may
register for summer swim Swim tests to determine child's
,classes. There will be five 2 week ability to swim will be ad-
sessions beginning on June 15, ministered each Tuesday
June 29, July 13, July 27, and beginning June 16 at pool 707 to
August 10. Classes will be con- all children from 8 through 11
ducted from 10-10:45: a.m. and years of age who wish to swim at
from 10:45-11:30: a.m. Monday NAS pools unaccompanied by an
through Friday. Beginner adult
classes will be taught at pools 10A The test consists of:
and 14 located next to the Of- 1 1. Child dives into deep water
ficers' Club; Advanced Beginner and swims a minimum of 15 feet
TOP LINKSTERS Winners in the May Women's Golf Association Championships>> at Jax got classes at pool 36 located behind under water, then comes to the
together last Thursday for awarding of prizes at the Jax golf course. Championship flight winner was the Navy Exchange; In surface and treads water for a
Lassie Mahoney with Marlon Miller and Edna Kinder runners-up. Cookie Kennedy won the first flight termediate, Swimmer, and Jr. minimum of 30 seconds, then
with Betty Gusten and Ruth Bolin runners up and Ann Wright captured the second flight with Berv Lifesaving classes at pool 707 swims 20 yards using a crawl
McAleer and Bernice Anderson second and third. Arlene Slemmons won the Most Improved, Golfer located on Yorktown behind stroke or modification of same. 2.
Award. Special Services. The cost of Child jumps into deep water,
these lessons is$2.00 per child per comes to the surface and floats on
Fliers Win 2 week course payable at his back for a minimum of 30
Finally registration. seconds, then swims on his backa
'
tIDOO1fmrn Registration for these swim minimum of 20 yards. .
classes is from 9-10 a.m. and 2-3 Those children passing this test "
$ Then Drop ThreeJax p.m. Monday through Friday at will receive an I.D. card and an "
Special Services, Building 704, emblem which must be stitchedto
::: :::::: ::::::::''::::::::::::::::8-:::: :: :::::::: ....:::::: Room 102. Registrations will not his bathing attire The cost of
Jax-The Hospital Softball team The Jax Navy Fliers into their usual losing role as they be taken by telephone. the emblem is $50.
posted an 11-0 win over MARTD Softball team broke out of a seven dropped the second game, 8-5, to
last Thursday In action at game losing steak, but only split the doubleheader.
Mackroth Field behind the no-hit briefly, as they dumped Patrick On Saturday it was just a
Nester Air Force Base, 3-1, in the matter of not having enough of
pitching Bryan. Bryan Do You See.
notched 11 strikeouts and only opening game of a four game everything as they lost Why
two runners reached base, both series Friday night at Mackroth twice, 8-1 and 6-2. John Littleton
Field. and Swaim were tagged with the
by virtue of errors to upset
Bryan's bid for a perfect game. the Paul Fliers Swaim he earned the win for losses.This So Of Those
scattered
Paul Hooper supported the as seven weekend the Fliers will Many
hits but received take
Hospital attack by rapping out a good support a rest Hopefully it will be
three-run homer from his teammates. But it didn't enough to put them together at
take the Fliers long to get back, the plate and In the field.

Bowling, TourneyThe I"">. J>. UUu, Z" m"" '''- .4 """"""
intramural bowling jfiifff[J

championship playoffs will start
today at 5 p.m. at the: NAS .
Bowling Alley. MAD, Pin Ben-
ders, and Blue, representing the
best of the American, National,
In Jacksonville
and Continental Leagues, will vie : ?
in a round robin tournament for .
the title. Almost daily we are asked why It is that so many cars are
,;; sold In Green Cove Springs,and why there should be so many
modern, completely staffed new car franchises In a
community of this size? For instance, In what other town of
NAVY less than 3,000 population willyotifind offered complete lines "If
of Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, and all other major Americanauto

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1924Mfrriii pleasant drive from wherever they are, and so much easier
to reach and shop in than more heavily congested areas.
L \ They like the friendly treatment: they find in a small town.
Q They welcome the reasonable prices made possible by the
ItiTIAI lower operating costs in Green Cove Springs. They
appreciate the fact that here they are treated as valued
customers, not statistics on a sales chart.
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Springs, and you'll SEE why so many cars are sold in Green
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