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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: June 18, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. F: !..

VOL. 28 NO. 13 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 18, 1970 I'"

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Capt. William W. Loy, USNR, became the new

NAS executive officer yesterday, relieving Cdr. Charles

M. Thomas, who had held the position since the June 1
x' '
3 retirement of Capt. Byron W. Dean.

Capt. Loy was previously
assigned In the office of the Chiefof Lakehurst, N.J. and as the
J ,. j Naval Operations in personnel and assistant main-
: tenance officer at NARTU
,
/ .1'' Washington.A Andrews Air Force Base in
.. native of Keyser, W. Va., Maryland.
Capt Loy was graduated from
/f Keyser High School and Potomoc

''.1 State College.Heentered the Navyin .
h'r .' July 1942 and received his
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;/ l41 commission upon completing S : Si
r.. flight training at Pensacola. He ;
then served aboard the light
DECORATED Navy Nurse Paulette Smerekanica wins Navy CommendationMedal. cruiser USS Raleigh before f.

(See story on Page 15)) returning to civilian life in

December 1945.Returning .

First Group of Boys ArriveAs March 1952 to, he active completed duty in

refresher flight training and
qualified as a helicopter pilot. He

Station "Youth Camp Begins was Helicopter then Antisubmarine assigned with

Squadron Three at Weeksville,
Jax .. Twenty Jacksonville area youths arrived aboard the air station Monday N.C. ;. I

morning as a 10-week summer camp began here for deserving youths. The In July 1954, Capt. Loy spent --, _.....
station is serving as the camp site for the youth camp program which is being four months training to fly Navy Captain Loy

J funded by Neal Tyler and the Schlitz .Brewing' Company through its nation-wide airships returned at to Weeksville Glynco, Ga.for, duty and In March 1963 he received

I 'Send a Kid to Camp' program. with Lighter than Air Patrol orders to NARTU Jacksonville as
personnel and, training officer.
Each week through August 21, Squadron 1. 'Capt. Loy is married to the
20 boys from area homes will stay checkups ming numerous events.sporting and swim-. From 1956 until 1963 the captainwas former Sallie Siever from'his

aboard the station from Monday The weekly program will include The boys will also attend subsequently assigned as hometown and they have one
morning through Friday af guided tours of various Jacksonville Suns' home baseball personnel officer for NARTU, daughter.
ternoon. activities aboard the station such, games at Wolfson Park
Boys nominated for the camp as FAW-11 patrol squadrons and the ball club. courtesyof NAS Supports 'Operation Peru Help' '.
will be screened the
by
the Fleet Weather Facility. Each Navy, Jacksonville officialsand
Jacksonville Child Services Tuesday the boys will take a day- the staff the Jax-'Operation Peru Help,' a planes. Jacksonville city of-
Department to make sure those long field trip to nearby Mayport first camp of greeted their charitable project sponsored by ficials will be aboard the flights
attending will benefit most from Naval Station, where they will arrival group at the boys station upon the Jacksonville Junior Chamberof to supervise the operation.
the program.The tour a ship and spend a few hoursat morning.The Monday Commerce and supported by Persons wishing to contributeto
camp is similar to a youthor the station's beach. first NAS, is requesting donations of Peru Help should deliver their
scout camp with housing, Also included in the week-long activities group tomorrow completes afternoon its- canned goods to aid victims of the donations to the Chapel Annex in
meals and recreation being schedule of events for the camp with recent Peruvian earthquake. Bldg. 722 any day between 8 a.m.
provided by the station .along youngsters are group discussionsand a graduation The donations will be flown to and 4 p.m. Cut-off date for
in the
with medical and dental lectures, along with ference ceremony room. Bldg. 1 con- the disaster area in several Operation Peru Help is June 30.


I Mall Credit Union Slates Weekend Open House .


Jax The new Jax Navy ceremony. Also, a military NAS Jax; Bldg. 26, Cecil Field; 10-year planned growth programby that, 'This will be one of the most
Federal Credit Union 10,000 display Is planned for the mall and Bldg. 501, NATTC. The new the Board of Directors of the complete and modern credit
square foot headquarters facilityat area. Mall office is heralded by the Jax Navy Credit Union. Assets union facilities in the Southeast.It .
Roosevelt Mall will hold an The new office will provide the board as a practical, economical, have increased from$2 million in will offer a complete range of
open house for the public on first off-station service in JNF and expeditious move to alleviatethe 1959 to nearly $16 million in 1969 services for our members In a
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., CU history. The three existing crowded ,credit union and credit union members have beautiful contemporary structure -
and Sunday, from noon to 4 p.m. facilities,all of which will remain facilities at NAS Jax and NAS grown from 8,800 to 23,500 in the and will provide a con,
The general public, non- open and continue present services Cecil Field. 10-year period. veniently located off-station
members as well as members, is are located in Bldg. 39, The new facility is a part of a Manager Don Athearn stated office.;
welcome according to credit The Board of Directors is
union President W. Mel Ross. In t ys Pks .,)/ h.. ::::;;', J; 7' : .. confident that this new facilitywill
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addition to refreshments and ', "!{:?U::: 1r<< t; enable the credit union to
guided tours of the new facility, : >Hfr.4) continue its growth and to
there will be free gifts for all 44r q ,\ :. produce additional income with
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adults and children who attend ,:" c- < ./ : which to dividends and to
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the credit union open house. Also, ; ,.... ;" < provide more services for
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visitors may register for a 1970 ,'; 'a, ., ... .N .?...t'A..,, ,,. ':. present and potential members.The .
color 20-inch console televisionset I' ',. new location will be less

which will be given away as a .... l' than a 15-minute drive for over
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door prize. The winner need not '/ "!:i,:;:f, 7,000 present JNFCU membersand
be present at the drawing to will offer special appeal to
receive the prize.A prospective new members, manyof
ribbon cutting ceremony will whom live in the southwestarea

be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, of Jacksonville.Those .
June 20. At the ceremony, eligible for membership
directed by' building chairman include: all active duty and
.. Rod Pinney, James Mooney of retired military personnel all
the Jacksonville Area Chamber active and retired civil service
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f of Commerce and RAdm. ,'.,; t employees of the Navy, em-
Lawrence ;,' ;'<. '''', .
t Heyworth will be ployees of all non appropriatedfund
featured speakers. The Navy .r .; .awlr". KA ti' ''kdfl nr7 '; .f activities. American Red
Band will be on hand to provide ,". H', '< ,.' '. : t". i.r"f:4\: : ; ,1"f_.. ,.,J '- '.'-'f.rJlf\!! ,.:'II rr..!.';.."b"" ,."" ..l'. Cioss and USO. husbands wives
music and the Marine drill team dependent children and other
will perform shortly after the Credit Union's New Mall Office Facility members of their families.




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., \",1, I" ... M1 t.., sw The two air station dining I halts serve the same menu, but observe different
\ ; r metl schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
By LCdr.CR.Spencer,CIIC r At breakfast 1 a.m. to 7i30: a.m. dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to
5:30: p.m. Dining Hall I No. 3, Bldg. 551 serves breakfast 5:JO a.m. to 7 a.m.
James A. Pike former dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m.l u'.r. 5:00: p.m. to ':IS. Both Dining halls observe
the same hours on weekends and holidays early breakfast- 1:30 a.m. to
,Protestant Episcopal Bishop of ta 1:30: a.m.brunch:30 ;lndsupp.r.4p.m.t05:30p.m.
the Diocese of California, wrotein ,, Personnel on com immlOy purJilsi breakfast and early breakfast for 75
cents;dinner and brunch for 6S cents and supper for SO cents.
these
his book Beyond Anxiety 'L

poignant words concerning the : : : Friday,June 19
importance of self-criticism a

person lacks self-acceptance, he Breakfast Dinner Supper
can't live with himself; if he Corn Meal Mush Oyster Stew Swiss Steaks
Italian Meat Sauce
lacks self-criticism, others can'tlive Eggs to Order Natural Gravy
Boiled Spaghetti
Toast Mashed Potatoes
with him.' 1: Fried French Fish Pizza PieButtered Mexican Corn
It is interesting, but not al all \L Hash Brown Potatoes Asparagus Ice Cream Sundaes
surprising, that he should con NARF LCOP RETIRES-ADCS Roy Jackson Morris is presentedwith Raised Doughnuts White Cake
Icing
Cocoa Fudge
trast self-acceptance with self- a letter of commendation by Capt. D. H. Heite upon his
criticism. It seems that the retirement after completing 30 years of naval service. Chief Morris
matter of accepting one's self is has toured many various commands during his long career, serving SaturdayJune20

ever before us, in conversation as aboard aircraft carriers,transport and patrol squadrons and overseas Supper
well as in what we read. We are shore stations. During the past two years he has been the Rework Ear Oatmeal Simmered Brunch Frankfurters Braised Pork Chops

interested in making what is Facility's (leading chief petty officer.Editorial Hot Eggs to Order Hot Baked Beans O'Brien Onion Gravy
to French Fried Potatoes Potatoes I,
termed a 'good adjustment' Griddle Cakes Okra and Tomato
life and our surroundings; and Broiled Bacon Slices Ice Cream Cups Gumbo .
one of the most important factorsis Cinnamon Rolls Buttered Green Peas
the image which we hold of View Points Light Devil's Food Cake
ourselves. This image which is Butter'creimSunday

held will help determine the ease

with which one can accept ,June 21
himself.

But just as important for the Early Breakfast Brunch Supper
Christian is self-criticism, how a The Job FindersOn Hot Grits Turkey Pot Pie Cream Grilled Gravy Ham Steaks
person sees himself, and how he Eggs to Order Mashed Potatoes Hash Brown
Minute Steaks Brown and Serve
conduct in
guages his personal PotatoesButtered
Home Fried Potatoes Rolls
relation to his neighbor. As Sugar Rolls Buttered Wax Beans Fresh
followers of Christ we cannot the first of June, the woman facing retirement, Ice Cream Sundaes Boiled Frozen Navy Broccoli Beans
forget the 2nd great com Department Defense started a The program will not Apple Pie
mandment love our neighboras computerized man-job matching guarantee a job-that is up to the
we love ourselves'. This is the program for servicemen and retiree and the employer-but is
very basis for Christian 'self- women about to retire. The name the closest thing yet to an
criticism. There is no doubt that of the program is Referral. 'electronic resume.' Monday,June 22

our faith teaches us to accept The Referral program was If you are nearing retirement,
ourselves (since God accepts us developed to tap the vast check into the Referral program. Breakfast Dinner Supper .
even though we are unworthy) reservoir of unique skills and Spread the work on your name Ham Hot Grits Omelet Knickerbocker Soup Beef Paprika
Oven Roast of Beef Steamed
Rice
and enables us to do so. But it is talents possessed by the 60,000 and skills to the nation's em French Toast Natural Gravy Green Beans
also necessary that stress be enlisted men and women and ployers. (AFPS) Grilled Luncheon Mashed Potatoes Creole
placed on the evaluation of our officers who retire each year. Meat Au Gratin Brown and Serve
personal conduct. Most of them need and seek a Cinnamon Rolls Cauliflower RollS.

A man who lives without the. full time second career. Yellow Caramel Cake Fudge Cherry Pie.

restraints of self-criticism is Basically, Referral offers thema qjifJinero. FrostingTuesdayJune23
bestial. If he just does what "better means of com-
comes naturally and attempts to municationg their employment
fulfill his every whim, it won't be desires to employers nationwidevia e attiCCQ
long before he finds that he is an a computer in Dayton, Ohio. Breakfast Dinner Supper
Hot
isolated person, simply because It works this way: Six months Eggs Oatmeal to OrderPineapple Vegetable Soup Pineapple Baked Virginia Sauce Ham
people find it intolerable to endure before a man retires, he seeks CATHOLICNAVAL Hot Cakes Tomato Baked Veal Loaf Mashed Sweet Potatoes
his presence.It guidance from a Referral Baked Sausage Patties French Fried Gravy Southern Style Greens
is good to be able to accept counselor at his base or station on Cake Doughnuts PotatoesButtered Boiled Navy Beans
yourself; but without the twin postservice employment objectives AIR STATION Peas and Peach Bread Padding
principle of.self-criticism, thereis civilian job opportunites Saturday Mass 5 P.M. CeleryVVedn.sdlyJun.24
no real satisfactory adjustmentto and jobseeking techniques. Sunday Mass 11:00: A.M.
life. Both of these serve to After this counseling, the Daily Mass : A.M.
keep us. in balance. Both will serviceman registers his skills Saturday Confessions -
enable us to enjoy more and employment desires with the 10:30. 11:15: a.m. Breakfast Dinner Supper ,
meaningful relationships with computer activity.At Scrambled Hot Farina Eggs Chicken Navy Bean Soup Deep Fried Fish

others. the same time, employersfrom NAVAL HOSPITAL Creamed Dried Beef Cream Gravy Fried Steak Scalloped Portions Potatoes
both the Government and Sunday,Mass 8 A.M. Home Fried Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Harvard Beets
private enterprise are permittedaccess Praline Buns Buttered FF. Buttered Brussels
to the computer to list NATTC Mixed Vegetables Sprouts
I Remember I their employment needs. Sunday Mass- 930AM. Butter Peanut Cream Butter Icing Cake Ice Cream Cups

The computer, after making aman.job Bldg. 500

match based on the ,June 2$ .
Thursday
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IF YOU WORK FOR A MAN, in input from the serviceman and 'PROTESTANTNAVAL Dinner <.r{'; ,

Heaven's name, WORK for him. prospective employers, will Cream of Potato Soup '
If he pays you wages which provde the name and brief HOSPITAL Baked Pork Chops .
supply you bread and butter, resume of the retiree to the BreakfastCorn Macaroni with Cheese
Sunday Worship10 A.M. Meal Mush Supper
work for him; speak well of him; employers After that, contact Eggs to Order Boiled and Tomatoes Pinto Baked
stand by him and stand by the and detailed negotiations are left NAVAL AIR STATION Griddle Cakes Simmered Spinach Beans Pizza PieBroccoli Lasagna
institution he represents.If to the serviceman and the Broiled Bacon Slices Fruit Gelatin Polonaise

you must vilify,condemn and employers. Holy Communion Sunday 8:30: Sugar Rolls Whipped Topping Apple Pie

eternally disparage- resign your Referral retiree registrationforms A.M. Bldg. 750
position, and you are outside, may be obtained at most Church School (all ages)
damn to your heart's content, but military installations in the A.M.

as long as you are part of the United States and in some Junior Church (Nursery JAX
institution do not condemn It. If overseas areas. In any case, grade 6)) 10,A.M. AIR NEWSNewspaper
you do that, you are loosening the base personnel offices should Divine Worship Service-
tendrils that are holding you to have information on where to '10 A.M. Bldg. 750

the institution, and the first high obtain them if they are not Junior Youth Fellowship The lAX AIR NEWS 'Is
a Civilian
wind that comes along, you will available locally. 1 P.M. Bldg. 722 distributed each Enterprise
be uprooted and blown away, and The Referral program is one Senior Youth Fellowship Jacksonville Florida Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station

proabably will never know the that should rank high on the list, 1:30 P.M. Bldg. 722 private firm. All Copy, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
reason why. Elbert Hubbard. of 'things to do' by the man or must be forwarded Submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS
to
the Public Affairs Office Box 2 NAS
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Tuesday Jacksonville bV IZOO.noon) on Monday before News
publication.
Senior Choir Rehearsal items
are welcomed from all
sources- Telephone 772-3118 or
7 P.M. Bldg. 750 ::1119.
Education

ThursdayChristian Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
Foundation.y; Science Ser concerning such should be directed to:
vice 8 P.M.
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY

NATTC 4747 San Juan, I Ave.
Jacksonville
Fla., 32210
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Take stock in America Divine Worship12 P.M. Telephone 388.2755

Buy US. Savings Bond Bldg. 500Evening I M BI B
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1re Cecil' Wives Club NewsThe I::1



Navy Wives Club of at 9:30: a.m. She will be speakingon
America Cecil Field Chapter No. drugs.
121 received a N.W.C.A., Club Members are reminded that
... Banner during the club's meetinglast there will be a afternoon session
,'"J week in Memorial Chapel. which will consist of voting on by-
J.\\ The Banner was presented by laws and pins and points system.
Cindy Barnes, of Jax N.W.C.A. You are asked to bring a bag
club, and past National Mem- lunch for yourself and your
bership Chairman. Highlightsof children.
the meeting was a report by
fr, ,R w ,. R Mrs. Edward Hall and Mrs. Navy Relief Drive Ends
Deane Fifield on the Southeast
Regional Convention in Norfolk
and a collection of items for Lt. The 1970 Navy Relief Fund
Capt. F.M. McLinn, C.O. of Cecil Field, presented trophies to personnel, who represented their Cooperman of Family Services. Drive among station departments
Left to ) LCdr Paul Sieden, VA-46,
respective squadrons and departments. Standing ( Right runnersup
The club has volunteered to sew at Cecil has been com-
in Volleyball; Ens. Mike Deeter, AMD volleyball champions; Capt. McLinn, Tom Page, VA-46, ditty bags for the American Red pleted. The results show that 98
runners-up in skeet; LCdr Billy Gunter, VA-44, top gun in skeet; Lt. Mike Nordeen, VA-81, skeet Cross. per cent of the eligible personnel
champions; ..Kneeling are Jim Mason, AMD,golf champions; Bob Heer, VAil, runners-up in golf; Mrs. Billie MacDonald will be donated $2,758. The generous
Craig Keller, VA-174, basketball champions. the guest speaker at the June 23 support shown by personnel is
social meeting which will begin greatly appreciated.
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Jax-Civilian employees of .
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX '.
FAETULANT Del Jax, Navy
Commissary Stores, Naval
Hospital, Navy Recruiting ";. .. ,', .
Station, Disease Vector Control
Center, Regional Storage
Management Office, Fleet
Weather Facility, FICEUR,
Navy Finance Office, Regional
Office of Civilian Manpower
Management, ,and Defense .,
Surplus Sales Office, Jackson- \ n
ville, Fla., should refer to the
official bulletin boards in their
various work areas for information

concerning all Clay County SCHOOLS BELLAIR
positions now being for which accepted.applicationsare Serving


These new bulletins are announced
to establish registers to h
fill future vacancies in the ax t i are.. ...MODERN
positions shown below: Foreman,
Aircraft Engine MechanicClosing
PROGRESSIVE
date June 25, 1970; Fiscal Accounting .
Clerk (Typing) GS-5,
date of first cut June 24, 1970.
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_ Cecil Warrant Officers Promotions

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H. R. Ussery, of AMD,
promoted to his present rank on APPOINTED-W01 was promoted to his present rankon

June 15. Robert A. Ashworth of VA-174, is June 15.
assisted by his wife Julia In .
pinning on his shoulder boards
during ceremonies on June 15.


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CW02 Rex E. Coe of VA-174,
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was promoted to his present rank ,4T1'
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Maintenance Control, was
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OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITEDMen
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TRAIN AS PRIVATE DETECTIVES
Prepare for an exciting, big paying lob, at home, In your Janl'Juan
spare time. b
On graduation, you will be trained in the fundamentals and

qualified to fill positions as a Private Detective, Special or ( SHOCKING-Candy wrappers,popsickle sticks,tinfoil and soda can
Insurance' Investigator, Store, Hotel Detective and many )JIafJ;/ tabs were found stuffed into this electrical panel box at Cecil Field.
other fields.
Brain inefficiency awards will be handed out by Hap Hazard If anyone
High school education not necessary. Low tuition. to
cares apply.
For full information, write, giving name, age, phone, San Juan at Niblick .
address, Phone 384-4406

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JAX AIR NEWS AFTERBURNER .
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II Hospital Promotions And ReUpsJaxPersonnel 1i it AI


at the Naval Haley, LCdr. P.M. Ingrish, sen, HM3 A. Manella, HM3 M.
Hospital here made news LCdr. R. J. Mann, LCdr. D.S. Osmundson, HM3 T. Piskun and
recently with promotions and Mazzuchi,LCdr.P.R.Severy and HM3 D. G. Vincent
shipovers.Nine LCdr. R.D. Stacks.
medical officers were The hospital gained eight new HMC P.P. Jacola and HM3
promoted during ceremonies petty officers and one second H.R. Minyard reenlisted during a
conducted by the hospital's class in recent promotion formal ceremony conducted by i;
commanding officer, Capt C.W. ceremonies which advanced the Capt Lewis. HMC Jacola worksin ;;
Lewis, Jr. They are Cdr. J.A. following men: HM2 J. Adams, ( the hospital laboratory and
Ruggiero, LCdr. J. M..Anderson, HM3 S. Goggin, HM3 D. Hall, HM3 Minyard is assigned to the
LCdr. R.G. Ganick, LCdr. J.H. HM3 R. House, HM 3 L.A. Lar- Food Service Divison. ,





Federal i Employees :



.
/ly DRIVE TO STAY ALIVE
ra-S5 '

Jax -This motor vehicle accident was caused by a vehicle operatorwho
FOR C* 22K5 carelessly ran a double stop sign,striking another vehicle in the

r0eoe. ShACCpypTWIiHA lO1MENioFPAY Intersection. Injuries and extensive damage occurred.The .
w eYtiory tvo Eorl PtI hRe/NNiN/ :M operator could have prevented the accident by merely adheringto
IY TE4N0/ CMP'o RGANliA11pN the signs. 'STOP! Yield the right of way and proceed when safe. to
BY '
do so. i
Q a nbMOM fey0oia +Nw This could happen to you. DRIVE TO STAY ALIVE. Prevent ac.
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cidents by driving defensively.
ue YOa try 010 yA .
ee4tede 'Yee/AAH e1pA ,,
,b. r i NY IeAaAA1!pye te I'p'aAbdl' eov a.r t.rgA/ Civil Service Retirees May Get
M YvA e TenUnal p/1R.yd Lr y er MAC to iI CI'8 Pe

pueArA *wn w"e'ane Kw, etedljT 1 Mflt Yt4Yle N o AN MI ''to JI.
Increase 1st
'" N Annuity By August

,
W b1e1H Jax-The Civil Service Com- sequently disallowed, sick or
mission has advised the Navy annual leave with pay may be
Department that there is a substituted retroactively for the
possibility of annuity increase, leave without pay.. If the claim is
Wmtansecond effective August 1, 1970, for subsequently allowed, the an-
automatic employees retiring on or before nuity begins on August 1, and
that date. accumulated annual leave is still
An employee's annuity will be payable in a lump sum.
effective on or before August Iff Unused sick leave will be used
\' he is separated or his pay ceaseson in computing the annuity as in
or before July 31. other retirement cases. Those
In pending disability employees whose disability
retirement cases,applicants may retirement has been approvedand
request that they be placed on who will be carried on sick
leave without pay from July 31 in leave beyond August 1 also have
order that they may qualify for the option of waiving their sick
the annuity increase. If the leave and thereby attaining
disability retirement is subHospital's eligibility for the Cost of Living
income ? Increase.
Employees who may be affected -
by this possible increase
may obtain additional information -
by contacting the
VolunteersRecognized Civilian Personnel Department.
start a Naval Air Rework Facility
employees call extension 2407.
Employees of NAS Jax and other
savings account activities call extension 2952.

\ I : Jax-Miss Edith Evans and NAS Post Office
First
Federal
at
Miss Patricia Hozak were
-'I' recognized by Capt. C.W. Lewis, Quits
.' .. ;j: and the compounded Jr., commanding officer, Naval Saturday
,,: ; | use Hospital, for their volunteer
:
\ Window ServiceJax
services as members of JANGO
.
; daily interest (Junior Army-Navy Guild
Organization) at an awards NAS Post offices have
ceremony at the Naval Hospital discontinued Saturday morning
recently. window services to individuals
we pay to create since June 6, according to the
As members of JANGO both
office .
post superintendent.The
: interest for yourself. young ladies have devoted many change, authorized by
hours to assisting and comforting Capt Cutler, does not affect
the patients at the Naval regular mail service on Satur-
Hospital. Miss Hozak received a day. Mail will be delivered as
pin of recognition for 171 hours of normal to officers' and enlisted


1 See us for details 5p $ $ I 391 service blue hours chevron and of Miss service.in Evans recognition receiveda of housing between the post, and 8:30:office squadrons a.m.for and their noon.may mail call


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Hospital Gardens Receive Qualify Care I


:HOS '>, flowers is a big job but this work does not
Jax-Tending a year-round 1 A"V.A.L lawn and plant
garden can be alot of hard work There must be flowers for each go unnoticed by passers-by. One
but Issaiah Howard, gardener for season. 'The petunias are all lady even wrote a letter praisinghis
the U.S. Naval Hospital complex, gone now,' he explained. 'I'll be garden, especially the many-
doesn't seem to mindjudgingfrom planting zinnias for summer and colored petunias which decoratedthe
the well-kept appearance of they'll bloom in about four of five hospital entrance earlier this
season. On many occasions
the hospital grounds. E4-i weeks.
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flowers in Howard is called upon to supply
Howard has ,been improving At present, the only
i bloom daylilies and lilies-of- flowers for NAS social functionsat
are
appearances around the station
various clubs.
.1
t8a for 19 years. He worked around the-Nile.
the old hospital buildings until the : The veteran gardener has a After putting a five-day week
new one was built more than two kg; > wide area to cover in a day. So, Mr. Howard looks forward to a
CONOR ATULATIONSSSgt.Herbert His instead of walking from one placeto weekend at his Jacksonvillehome
years ago. area now includesthe
L. McSwain, AO 'B' exchange and the Gator Denas another, he rides a bicycle. where he can relax and
School student at MATSG,
received the Navy Com well as the immediate hospitalarea. Keeping the place looking nice tend his own garden.

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mendation Medal with Combat -
'V' here Friday for his work According to Howard there $ ,
against the enemy in the were more trees and shrubberyto
Republic of Vietnam from August tend around the old hospital.
20, 1968 to September 1, 1969. When the new one was built the TIP.TOE THROUGH THE Y Fs9
.., landscaper planted the trees and TULIPS? .. Not when there's an M
most of the shrubs. 'I just keep easier way. Howard finds that J Sj Y
the hedges trimmed, tend the riding a bike beats walking.


Marine Sergeant Awarded


Commendation Certificateby m1. '

Fg ;
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'\ Jax-Sgt. Bartley V. Englade, his courage ,and composure
on temporary assigned duty with under fire as he fearlessly movedto r
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'., ; >,' the NAS Jax Shore Patrol, dangerously exposed vantage z,
.< ', : it received a certificate of commendation points to direct the fire of his

: Monday for his out. squad at the hostile soldiers. k1r-r L4 .,
1 standing performance while ,
..J serving as squad leader with 'In addition, he tirelessly
Company E, Second Bn., Third trained his men in tactical
NAVY ACHIEVEMENT Marines, Third Marine Divisionin procedures, increasing their A
AWARDED-Sgt. Peter J. Michel, Vietnam. individual proficiency and
Assistant Galley Captain workingin During the period from April greatly enhancing theefficiency of
galley 3, received the Navy 25, 1968 to February 23, 1969, Sgt., his entire unit.
Achievement Medal with Combat Englade performed his duties 'in
'V' at MATSG Friday for his an exemplary and highly competent 'Sgt. Englade's leadership,
work against the enemy in the manner despite extremely professional ability and loyal
Republic of Vietnam from adverse conditions and the dif devotion to duty were in keeping
February 14, 1969 to February 2, ficulties of a combat en with the finest traditions of the
1970. vironment'Demonstrating United States Marine Corps.'

exceptional Issaiah Howard proudly shows
.. diligence and resourcefulness, he off the daylilies in his garden.
Cancels 'Card
fAtAln PAY skillfully supervised the tactical Navy Liberty PolicyJaxThe They are one of many varieties of
deployment of his men during flowers that decorate the hospital

combat engagements and Navy has done away do not have to prove in writing entrance throughout the year.
repeatedly distinguished himself with liberty cards. that they are officially authorizedto 3C

According to a directive signedby go on liberty. DOMINICK'Srxzza
Adm. B.A. Clarey, Vice Chiefof The directive further states
Naval Operations, the liberty that there are other means of
pass is no longer a useful meansof checking those eligible for liberty !
controlling, personnel on such as duty,lists, watch bills and
r authorized liberty, and is only checkout logs.In Under New Management
Italian & American Food
time-consuming in preparing, certain instances where
Family Style Dining Room
issuing and accounting.' special authorization is requiredfor
+a The Navy feels that the security or operationalreasons FEATURING THE
majority of Navymen are the commanding officer
responsible and dependable and may issue special liberty passes. BEST PIZZA

IN TOWN! !
OPEN DAILY
IO AM Iii MIDNIGHT

TUESDAY:
Take stock in America S PM MIDNIGHT

Buy U.S. Savings Bonds 6 JROOSEVELTBLV ..
\ul---- .,. Phone Ahead For

Bills got you buffaloed? FAST SERVICE!
w I l llll l II ::1111I "r. lli I 387-2621

See HFCDon't

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be stampeded! Get help now with an HFC Bill

Payer Loan. Pay everything at once.. Then have just
Right now you're only 10 minutes
one payment a month to HFC smaller than away

the monthly total you're paying now. For bill paying, from Jacksonville's
biggest apartment bargain.
orforanyothergood purpose, borrow with confidence

from HFC..

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Need up to 'S6OO (Where'the, Good Life is included in the rent)a: \; ?


. . . ... .. . I. .... . . . We have 6 (yes six) swimming pools. 0 And ro 2045 Jammes Rd., Jacksonville, Fla.
2 tennis courts 0 Plus shuffleboard and bad ,, Phone: 781.3818
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE 'minion 0 With congenial young neighbors to RENTING HOURS:
help enjoy them. u All only one block from .. ww Mon. Tr-u Sat.: 8:30-6:30: ; Sun. 1-6:30:
golf and an elementary school-with other > e'
schools, shopping centers and boating min r turn DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd.;
right on San Juan-Continue
utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the Cedar past
y'w. Creek
bridge to Jammes Road
St.-Phone 355.9683
25 West Forsyth : ,
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown -turn left to apartments.
Jacksonville in 15. 0 Apartments have Individually '. _N
Cedar Hills Shopping Center controlled heating and air condition a
3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771.9190 ing, carpeting, draperies, and sliding glass ., "
door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can
move into a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment today. P l \jRLEN
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398.4541
Furnished or unfurnished.
FROM. $-HC MO WooT
Penman Plaza, Shopping Center GARDEN APARTMENTS

1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 JACKSONVILLE IS ARLEN COUNTRYOwned

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I I-INATTC: Behind The Scene '. J I IBowling





the second time in their tenth Poston's home town of Potlatch,

week of instruction. They had a Idaho, doing a lot of hunting, anda
the deadline to
June 9 was total of 950 points for the first lot of fishing from his fifteen
all the strikes had been
make you week of June. Class advisor is foot pleasure boat In the fall,
could make
telling yourself you AEl D. W. Steruta and class Chief Poston plans to attend
A all year as the NATTC Winter leader is AA D. J. Cardonell. Mary Karl Vocational School in
Y ended.
Bowling League Daytona, studying refrigeration,
Congratulations go to the AEVB Fleet Reserve
air conditioning and auto parts
Team for winning first place, the .
HN Allen HM2 Heriford Officers for second place and to repair.
AEC James C. Poston who has Reenlistment
the Try-Outs for third place.% been an instructor in Phase VI at
Servicemen of Quarter Awards and trophies will be AE School quietly received his A01 John E. Graves, a studentat
presented June 26 at the Bowling transfer to the 'Fleet AO 'B' School, took the oath of
papers
reenlistment from Cdr. H.
Banquet. Reserve Monday, June 15, after Roy
Selected At Paxson in John E. K
Hospital Honor Class 27 years of service. Chief Poston Capt nnedy's -

and his wife, Iva, plan to take a office, Tuesday morning,
four to his 12
Jax-IIM2 David Heriford and HM2 Heriford entered the Class 012 at AE School,Class A, three month vacation before adding years year
naval A01 Graves
HN David Allen were recognizedas naval service in June 1966 and is to be commended for winningthe settling in DeLand, Fla. They career.
to NATTC from VA-155
the Servicemen of the Quarterat was with the 3rd Recon Battalion, competition for Honor Class. will be taking a trip to Chief NAS reported, Lemoore, Calif. ,
an awards ceremony con- 3rd Marine Division in Vietnam
ducted recently by Capt C.W. prior to reporting to the Naval IIAIL AND FAREWELLSSN
Lewis, Jr., commanding officer, Hospital in January 1969. While MSgt. Johnson ,ReceivesAF Pat Williams will be

Naval Hospital.HM2 serving in Vietnam, he was winging her way back to the
Heriford was selected as awarded the bronze star with Commendation MedalJax windy city of Chicago Friday

the Serviceman of the Quarter combat 'V', purple heart, and night after her three year hitch in
from the Administrative presidential unit citation. HM2
has been
the WAVES. Pat
Dan M. Johnson of leadership aided immeasurably
Division while HN Allen was Heriford, his wife Laurie, son -MSgt. working in the Public Affairs
the 679th Radar in identifying problem areas in
Squadron was
selected from
hospital corpsmen John and daughter Mary residein
assigned to the wards. Both men Jacksonville. presented the Air Force Com- the field of radar operations, and Office at NATTC since last
were selected in recognition of mendation Medal Monday by the in developing and implementing: August getting experience in the

their professional performance, HN Allen, a native of squadron commander, Maj. research projects capable of field of journalism and writipg
military bearing, dedication to Waynetown, Ind. entered the Kenneth P. Tevebaugh. solving these problems. The this column. She plans to attend
duty, and the demonstration of Navy in January 1969. He MSgt. Johnson distinguished distinctive accomplishments of the Mauna Olu University in
those qualities of leadership and reported to the Naval Hospital himself by meritorious service as Sgt Johnson reflect credit upon Hawaii after spending the

moral principles which have, following graduation from non-commissioned officer in himself and the United States Air summer 'at home'.
School Great of Radar and Force. r--,----II :--'"
through the years, reflected the Hospital Corps charge Operations
highest traditions of the naval Lakes and Field Medical Service as non-commissioned officer-in. Johnson arrived at 679th Radar I I PHONE 3S.P53D II

service. School, Camp Lejeune. charge of Long Range Radar, Squadron May 31, and then I
665th Air Defense Group, assumed the duties of non-

Calumet Air Force Station, commissioned officer in (! .

Hail Farewell Party Mich., from August 24, 1967 to charge of the Electronic Warfare I I:
March 15, 1970. Section.
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To Welcome New XOJax professional skill, knowledge and five children. I i

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will gather at the Officers Club LCdr. John R. Beddard, LCdr. his departure from Chief Maher has orders to VT-2 BRING THIS AD WITH YOUIwwwwwwsrtwww. !
to cool off Robert Dobelstein, LCdr. NAS, Whiting Field, Fla. .1 -4
at
:June 26 2:30: p.m. Patrol Squadron 45, AEC CharlesE.
from the preceeding command Wendell C.Forehand, LCdr. S.W. Maher, Jr. was recently
inspection and fete the honored Loll and LCdr. Robert F. Mar presented a letter of com-

guests. shall. mendation by the squadron's

To be welcomed aboard is the Best wishes will be extended to Commanding Officer, Cdr. R.A. Weloaa

new NAS Executive Officer, the following officers who are Mason.
Capt William W. Loy, USNR. soon to depart to new duty The letter read in part:
Honored retirees include Cdr. stations: LCdr. W.G. Bruce 'As Quality Assurance pivision

-- (MC), LT. (jg) D.L. Connell, Lt. Chief Petty Officer and Squadron a milliondollars
D.F. Elliot, Lt. C.H. Martin (SC), Safety Petty Officer, your per-
FRIENDLY, RELAXED& Lt. D.H. Scott and Lt. A.C. Stutz formance has been characterizedby

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Stockholder, by William Hoff biography The Stockholder by ultimate success, in terms of
man. Lyle Stuart, 1969. William Hoffman. assets, is almost unbelievable.
This book is the life story of Many men dream the same ; !
Reviewer: Mary DeLoach, NAS John MacArthur, one of the dream, but it is a rare man who '
Librarian richest men in America, and achieves it He is the sole owner ? ,.
reads like a Horatio Alger story and THE stockholder of Bankers \
What motivates a man to accumulate come true. As a young man Life & Casualty Company of
a great fortune? How starting out in business, he Chicago. This alone puts him in M,
does he manage to accomplish it, equated wealth and the power it the billionaire class. He also
sidestepping the law and brings with the respect of his owns innumerable other insurance
avoiding legal entanglements? fellow human beings. He was companies and
Once he has amassed wealth obsessed with the compulsion to businesses that make him a
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personal satisfactions? These somebody'-and subordinated all is the largest landowner in .
and other questions are frankly his energy and every personal Florida and has extensive farm 1 ; +wNNlrw
# and ranch lands in other states. REENLISTS-ADJ1 Don Woods Is sworn in for six more years in the
I The background from which he office of VP-U CO Cdr. E. R. Nordtvedt.
emerged is one of the most in- '
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exception his brothers and sisters
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Each one achieved on his own u s,; '
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From their fire-and-brimstone
father received r t a
preacher they
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This biography is good entertainment ';;
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VW-4 Finds LocationOf a. Car Storage Is


Underwater 'Hole'JaxThe Available Here


Jax-Going somewhere and
proverbial 'Fountainof The VW-4 aircraft were hate to leave your car behind? A
Youth' of the explorer Poncede responsible for finding the exact w temporary safe-storage area has
Leon's dreams may have been location of the hole using its been provided for 10 privately-
discovered near the point of his precise radar and navigational owned vehicles behind the
actual landing at St. Augustine, equipment. Sea surface and Correctional Center, building 12.
Fla. underwater temperature A recent instruction from NAS
The U.S. Navy's 'Hurricane readings were taken by means of Commanding Officer, Capt. 11.0.
Hunters' of Weather Recon dropping temperature recorders, Cutler, states that a military
naissance Squadron Four (VW-4)) called bathythermographs, into person leaving the area temporarily -
here at NAS recently flew a the water.In may park his car there
reconnaissance mission in searchof addition to the pinpoint for as long as three months.
the exact location of a plotting of the hole's locations, First he must submit a
mysterious 'hole' in the ocean VW-4's Navy photographers useda memorandum to the corrections
floor east of St. Augustine. newly developed color film thatis officer signed by the division
The exploratory flight is part of insensitive ,to blue light. This officer showing the date he will
an oceanographic mission involving enables them to'see'easily below leave and return. He must also

VW-4, the U.S. Geological the sea surface by eliminatingthe New plastic containers at NARF sign a statement that neither
Survey, Wood's Hole blue color from the water.A Correctional Center custodial
Oceanographic Institute and the 2,000 foot TV cable attachedto staff nor the U.S. Governmentwill
University of Miami a camera was lowered into the Plastic Shipping Crates be held responsible for any
Oceanographic Institute. hole to tape a documentary to be damage to his car while stored inBeforeleving -
Warrant Officer D. L. Hanon of produced later. ,
Seattle, Flight Meteorologist for Fishing ships under contract by the car, the
VW-4 says, 'Local fishermen the Geological Survey and the Are New Product at NARFJax'Have owner and a member of the
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have known about the hole for vessel Porpoise from Correctional Center staff will
sometime but the fish have beenso Marineland of Florida were also throughly examine the car,
for
bag, will travel'might packing cases shipping
plentiful there they tried to used to provide logistical sup- now be said with real fragile and ,otherwise quite listing any damage, or body
keep the location a secret. Word port. meaining by certain RFI (ReadyFor delicate items of, aircraft hard- defects. The battery will be
was leaked to a government items disconnected and the car keys
Issue) aeronautical com- ware. Among transportedin
official that the hole existed and These studies, when com- these containers left with the correction officer.
ponents after being processed at are gun
that it seemed to be a source of pleted, may indicate the sea level the local Rework Facility sights,sensitive avionics units, or correction officer must be
much lower in this in the
water. was area notified of any changes
machined to
A new automatic vacuum even engine parts
The hole is located about 30 during the ice ages. The entire forming machine has just been critical tolerances.As estimated time of return.
miles east of St. Augustine at a' project will take several monthsto installed and placed in service in pointed out by Don Com- Vehicles will.be returned onlyto
depth of about 85 feet. evaluate.The the Cabin Enclosures and Glass misso, supervisor of the shop in the owner and within normal
'There seems to be a possibility various groups included Shop of the Metal Division Shops which this machine is located, working hours, except in an
that artesian wells in St. marine biologists who sampled extreme emergency
Department At a fraction of the 'Not only do these containers
Augustine and Jacksonville, Fla., marine life and marine geologistswho time and cost for wood or metal provide excellent protection for
may be connected undergroundwith studied the earth's crust in container manufacture, this the quality products of the
the hole and become the area of the hole.
may but these
equipment can produce the Rework Facility, cases
contaminated through this Project co-leaders for the U.S. neatest and sturdiest'luggage' to can be made quickly and cheaplyand Want Ads PayHONDA
opening', said Hanon. Geological Survey are Warren
be found anywhere.The units are thus save taxpayer dollarsfor
This is the only hole of its kind Leve, hydrologist, Jacksonville, formed from plastic to which more defense'
known on the East Coast con- Fla., and Francis AA. Kohout, aluminum or other appropriate In the recent past 16 out of 42
tinental shelf. It is reported to hydrologist, Washington, D.C. hardware then is attached. manufacturing orders for air- _
be oval shaped and 75 by 175 in Frank Manheim, geochemical Actually these heavy plastic craft parts involved the use of
dimension. Cables have been oceanographer, is the coor-,
products of the Naval Air Rework this vacuum forming equipment. I
dropped into the center and dinator from the Wood's Hole which
be made Scrap trimmings are
Facility can as large as
of feet have failed to Oceanographic Institute, Woods
lengths 1,000 not wasted but
48 by 72 inches and are used as generated are are
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Jax-Chief Warrant Officer initiative and organizationalability requirements of other units
Howard Holden, MATSG's CWO Holden coordinatedall within the squadron and the
assistant personnel officer, was inspection, maintenance, and group.' MATADQllAPARTMENTS
presented the Navy Com- repair procedures throughout the Mr. Holden also distinguished .
mendation Medal with Combat command and significantly in- himself as flight line officer, !? '
'V' here Thursday. LtCol. R.P. creased the responsiveness of his flight equipment officer and

Eckmann, MATSG commandingofficer section to the demanding quality assurance officer. !'S'ft)., (:SIX:' X: >>! 'k-:::::;::: :.:::::':
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Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS

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Ronnie and the Soul Society will be the featured artists this week,
CHEVY HAVING
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appearing each night except Monday, At this time Lorenzo's Soul
Vw GUARANTEEATTOM Treatment will take the stage for an evening of entertainment.

BUSHVOLKSWAGEN ACEY DEUCEY CLUB
Bob Garber's Spotlight Review consisting of a one-hour show and
? three-hour dance with a four piece orchestra, is scheduled for
tonight Mel Gaden will provide the entertainment tomorrow evening,
and on Saturday Tommy'c'will be on hand for your enjoyment.

CPO CLUB i
Thkuscdcorb Tonight's music will be provided by Mel Gaden, and tomorrow t I ;
guaranteed evening there will be music to Tommy 'C'. Dancing to John Thomas is .f
100%. featured Saturday night,and on Sunday there's music by Mark Castle. j jM
r There will be no entertainment'Monday or Tuesday nights, but on M s_ _
Wednesday there will be a special David Price Show from Nashville,
Tenn. REENLISTMENT-LCdr. M. D. Burnside adminsters the oath of
reenlistment to PN2 Richard B. Gannon of MMPers where he handles
OFFICERS CLUB extensions and reenlistments. PN2 Gannon reenlisted for three years

If a car's good enough to Tonight is Beefeaters Night at the '0 Club, and tomorrow evening adding to his 9 year career.
pass the VW J 16-poInt safefy there is a Happy Hour planned for your enjoyment. Saturday is Casino
and enough performance: test I It's good, Night,and on Sunday there is a Fathers'Day Buffet scheduled. City Cracks Down On

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It ge>$ rl000/0 guaraptee, USO CLUB
that we'll repair or'replace-IoU!! Tonight is free refreshment night at t the USO, and on Saturday thereis
major mechanical ports for Denny Setzler at 8-birthday night: The Sunday Vesper Service and Drivers Using DrugsJaxAre
30 days or 1000 miles, whichever Refreshments will be provided by the Central Baptist Church, and the
comes first.We'd free Feature Movie will be 'Written on the Wind.' There will be an Al than by im
not $300
do the same for you familiar with more or
any Albert record hop on Wednesday from 8 to 11
mob p.m. for not more than 60
trade-In. Even en Edsel. your city ordinances? The prisonment
Provided nothing's wrong following, taken from days, or both, at the discretion of
with It. FRA BRANCH 91 Jacksonville City Ordinances, the Municipal Judge.d .
Tonight's shuffleboard tournament will at the usual
.englne, transmission, rear axle, get underway should be read and digested by ( ) The Municipal Judge is
time of 7:30: Red Edwards and the Altones will be
front axle p.m. appearing to hear and determine
assemblies, electrical all motor vehicle operators In the empowered
system, brake system. tomorrow evening at 8, and Sunday night's entertainment will be charges under this Section
provided by Jim Mann and the Goodtimers, starting at 7:30.: Tuesday area.Section 121. Driving While after the Accused has in open
100 night is Game night. Lunches and dinners are being served Tuesday
% GUARANTEED
Intoxicated (a) It Is unlawful for court been informed of his rightsto
through Sunday. FRA welcomes all those who wish to come out for an
MUSTANG $2395 evening of fun and relaxation. any person who is a habitual user a trial 'by jury and has
FASTBACK 2 Door Hard- of narcotic drugs or any person executed his written waiver of
top, Gleaming Gold, with Navy Sends VP-44 To Brunswick who is under the Influence of this right. Upon the refusal of an
accused to waive trail of
Black Leather Interior. V-8 alcoholic beverages, narcotic or by jury
Automatic, Console, White Jax The Department of Brunswick and to reduce support hallucinogenic drugs, bar- an offense under this Section, the
Wall Tires, Radio & Defense announced Monday thatit costs by consolidating aircraft of biturates, or central nervous Municipal Court shall certify and
Heater. Low Mileage. would not relocate Patrol a similar type at one location system stimulants hereafter transfer the case to the appropriate -
Squadron 44 from NAS Patuxent VP-44 flies P-3 Orions the defined, when affected to the prosecuting authority
.
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CAMARO $2795RS squadron will be relocated to patrol aircraft. The impaired, to drive or be in the disposition in any court where
Brunswick, Maine July }5. squadron patrols throughout the actual physical control of any trial of this offense may be heard
Sporty Turquoise, with According to information from Atlantic and Mediterranean motor vehicle within this city.' by a jury.Falcons., _
White '
Vinyl, Top. ,V-B the office of the Secretary of areas under all weather con (b) The word 'barbiturate'
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Steering, Radio & Heater, the Middle Ages. When Rich-
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THIS Car You Must See & 'necessitated by the will be affected by the move. also known as malonylurea and Italian peasant's bird, irate vil-
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patrol squadrons at volved. mixtures or preparations thereof. he nearly missed the Third Cru
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I

Publisher I: Call: 388-2755 MOVIE SCHEDULEMovies


JAXAIRMEWSNAS : Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

Jacksonville I for publication the following Thursday. Ads
'y n at .. 1Xi! T 1'1f1 ..
late
arriving too for this deadline will be
AFTERBURNER

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISING : published the following week unless the will be shown nightly at Hospital: 'Mosquito Squadron'
publisher is Instructed otherwise. A check
or the NAS Theater at 7:30
I p.m. NAS Matinee: 'Phantom of the
I money order for the full cost of the ad must be There will also be a kiddie Opera starring Herbert Lom and

OFFICE : received WITH the copy for the ad. matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a Heather Sears. Color Horror. ((84
4747 San Juan Avenue I RATE: Minimum charge (U lines) S2.00 regular feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand mins.)

Jacksonville, Florida I Per additional line (4 words per line) 50 Cents holidays. .

I The Hospital Theater will have Sunday June 21

one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil

Field will have two nightly shows NAS: 'Psycho' starring Anthony

JUSTISS TRAILER PARK ,......., .,, ., _. during the week at 5:30 and 8 Perkins and Janet Leigh. Color
w+nsygnvfMY: + M X'Owanvahf +M's: ''' < '
: ''o.$-:
.1I1.. EMPt.+DY1NENT ll i1,1; 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern r.m}TRANSPORTA T.ON. )i': p.m. Matinees will be shown on Hitchcock Drama. 'GP' E. ((109
trailer and Apts. 389-3007. 7F,:""\" ,...:.....,...:.........,<,_\._vmwnMALmMAAUTOMOBILES \,.:.a.w.,,''' weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. mins.)

Thursday June 18 Hospital: 'El Dorado'

SERVICE WIVES RIVERVIEW MOBILE HOME PARK NAS: 'Marlowe' starring The following Tickets
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINO For Rent Riverfront mobile home FURNISHEDEast James Garner and Gayle Hun-
Joblinders.i372 Cassal 37.5426 or 1022 spaces for people who care. Quiet,
nicut. Color 'M' E. (95
Mystery.
Park Street, 334.7888.SALESMAN large shaded lots, with large patios, and West Coast 353-3691 New Movie rating system:
mins)
paved streets, excellent drinking
WANTEDPart water & no mosquitoes. Free boat Hospital: 'The Young Rebel' Gall ages admitted: General
dockage. Adults only. 12 miles So. Audiences.
of
starring Jose Ferrer and Gina
time to work Naval Air FOR SALE
NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek. GP all admitted .-
Stations prospects. Call Don Kirk, 733- Ph. ((904)) 284-3369. Green Cove 1963 Falcon Wagon. Auto. trans., Air Lollobrigida. Color Drama. 'M' ages :
6700. Springs. Cond., R&H. Phone: 3886410.kcooo; V.G. ((105 mins) Parental' Guidance advised.
R .. restricted: under 17

WANTED Friday June 19NAS requires accompanying parent or

Teenage girl to babysit days for 6 [ ;! REALESTATE 111 adult guardian.X .
under admitted.The
no one 17 .
weeks begin July 1st; Call 772-3211, :, 'Mosquito Squadron'
Ex. 8227 or 8327, Mrs. Lundy or Mrs. starring David McCallum and
Schmidt at Cecil Field 434A Quarters. Following Tickets are now
Suzanne Xene. Color War
on sale at Special Services BIdg.
'HIDDEN WATERS' Drama. 'G' G. ((91 mins) ,
DO YOU HAVE Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Hospital: 'Marlowe' 704:
Spare Time on your hands? Turn available. Excellent fishing, boating, Tom Jones July 14 15.00,
there. hours Into cash by conducting swimming; Mobile Home area. Also, 12.50 10.00 8.00.Jacksonville .
: ,
Beeline Fashions Home Style Shows. permanent home area. High, wooded Saturday,June 20
Suns Baseball
Call now. 781-5572. lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake -
NAS: 'El Dorado' starring
Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 725-3992. $.
. Robert Mitchum and John .50Grand Funk Railroad
.. Q-I can't find G.I. insure June 23
tf. AVfl>x.X VMf" W'X'A Xy:>X< *> aw ASPAMISCELLANEOUS my
m [ I I !:lll FOR SALE OR RENT ance policy which was issued by Wayne.mins) Color Western. G' E. (126 $5.00, 4.50, 4.00.110Ut .
the Veterans Administration.
RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your
Does this jeopardize protection r "1
equity or let us rent your home. my
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for in any manner? --
BE A RADIO OR map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor A-No direct.loss of protection -
ANNOUNCER Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. results from the loss of a
Recorded message by leading announcer ORANGE PARK REALTY policy. Generally, a policy, a
3552944.tells you how. Call I any hour. MILITARY: FREE NOTARY. rider, or a renewable certificatecan vl lous ;

be replaced if the insured

sends the VA an acceptable DOGg o
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH FHA-VA
,
statement about its loss destruction
Wllford's Fish Camp 2649707.GEORGE'S 3BR., 1112 B., Fla. Rm.,On 100 by 200 ft.
of that good earth,fenced. Conv Cecil mutilation or non-re-
& NAS. Small down quick moveIn.Ed. ceipt. He should include his insurance
C. Philips, Realtor. 387.2503.INVESTMENT number if he has it
KENNELS available, and other identifying
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand '
delivery Est. 1925. 'Poodle information.
Q-As the widow of a World
Grooming Reasonable, 5085
Have $30,000? Triple It fast with
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and secured investment in local land War II veteran, I receive ser r
Edgewood) 3890064. subdivision. Large lake lot free. 387. vice-connected dependency and -
7379. indemnity compensation (DIC).
FACTORY CLOSEOUTS I am severely disabled, and am
Stereo console combination $87. required to live in a nursing =.
Deluxe zlg zag sewing machine $42. WINDSOR FORESTRed home. How do I apply for the -

Both fully guaranteed. Phone 353-1946 brick 3 BR., 2 B., Fam. Rm., WW $50 additional aid and attend J
Will deliver, no obligation. 1606 Main- carpet & drapes. 2 car garage. Cent. ance benefits? AftKT We UPPo$8" 10 K MANS kW ffoWP( ?"
Street. H&A. Lovely shrubs. Large fenced A-:-Write to the regional office ,
yard. FHA Appraisal $23,000, $1600 having jurisdiction of your
PHILCO REFRIGERATOR down. 7717085. claim. Enclose! a statement
21 Cubic Ft. Frost-free, 6 mos. old. from your doctor or the directorof

Terry Feltner. 2845498. the nursing home, stating

SEWINGMACHINEREPAIRS RENTALS... "... .i......7: why you need this care. WESTSIDE
Q-I hear that.it is no longer

Call 3536901. Free estimates, pick up necessary for servicemen to
& delivery. ORANGE PARK have. two years of active dutyto VOLKSWAGEN, INC.

2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn., qualify to study under the
FOUND Dishwasher, Carpet, Drapes. G.I. Bill. Is that true?
CARS
SELLING USED
Man's WatchIn Elizabeth AptS., 771.14050r771.3355
the theatre area on Thurs. Eve., A-Yes, but this applies only
June 11. Call 8352 & describe watch. to servicemen who have not
3 BR. HOUSE received secondary school diplomas
'
FOR SALE 8.1 1 BR., Apartment, Louise T. Bailey, or who need remedial or 100 % GUARANTEE
Broker. Ph. 771-3605 or 2468253.
German Shepherd-AKC Female 6 refresher courses required for,
mos., Black & Silver, all shots. $100. or preparatory to, enrollment ina
Call 7712828. of education
program
FURNISHED APARTMENTNear or
FOR SALE NAS Jax and Cecil. One BR., training. These servicemen are VOLKSWAGENS
5 pc. Samson I luggage (ladies); Swimming pool, $65. 771.0348. eligible for G.I. Bill benefits after -
Spanish Guitar Sky Diving Equip. 180 days of active duty.

ment. ,Phone; 388-6470. Other servicemen must have $
W:% had at# least two years of active from .1OO63's UP
FOR SALE 1 duty, 181 days of which must -
rf2tJ have been continuous active
Shetland sheep dog puppy. AKC Reg. w J".II\t
Call 264-5197. duty, to qulaify for these bene-
-
fits.

FOR SALE .,,, k..' Thru. '
1962 Chevy ''II Wagon- ATY; '6 $175. / 69's.'
ALL FLORIDA .
,
Admiral AM-FM Stereo Phono -.
Console $125. RCA Color, TV 18 in.. REAL ESTATE SCHOOL I

Portable. $300. 10 Ft.'. Sailing, Dinghy Accelerated correspondence course. 'I"j
$215.264.5162. '* ''R.E.: law. Prepare for state ;
examination. P.O. Box 7403, Jax., (
FOR"SALEDaschound 32210. 771.6877.. L.F. Nastrl, Reg. R.E. j '. ...WEEKEND SPECIALS...
Pups 1 Male 1 Female, Bkr. ..JFATHER'S f IMPALA
AKC, Wormed & Shots. 781.1626, 8610 $1750 __
Lenox Ave. Station Wagon, V-8, Factory Air, Auto. trans., Power
Steering.; Extra Nicer I
NEEDED ONE WEEK SPECIAL DAYAll 68 VW
SQUAREBACK
Good home for 2 yr. old Scottie dog, $2050

had 7819055.all shots, being transferred. Call PINECREST Year at Air Conditioning, R&H, WSW. Super Sharp!

DEER SPRINGS ESTATES

$4995 StsteRd.21 MX Keystone Hts.
:r-I7M : i+jf&tiQMESrf.W;; WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
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from JaxPtrmiMnt
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*' +san 1. 64 ft. 3 BR I M bath Home lilts
MOIILE HOME SITES
ClurwittriwimmmrHUNIING INC. ..
MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea CAROUSELMOBILE HOMESA BOATING ,
little out of the way f'.I1IAC'' lass'I nam"
( Mobile Home Park) '/ Mile but a lot less to pay. SHOPPIN6 CENTER NEAR 1150 Lane Ave. So Phone 781-5511
North of NAS lots and rentals Near ,
CAIIFORAPPOINMENTCrydeW.Simpson
schools and shopping center.' Clean, 5936 Phillips Hwy. 733-4700 & Co. Open Daily 8 to 8:30.: Saturday 8toS
and reasonable rates. Manager on .
premises. Children and pets REALTOR 356-6849 Sunday 1ta6PMJUNE

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Wives Job Program Set For



: Hold SaleJaxMembers r r y ,m g? yi Vietnam Veterans


of the VP-16 c President Nixon has issued an in each personnel office, staff and
Officers Wives Club held a bake Executive Order authorizing operating, to coordinate activites
sale Monday in Hangar 1000. The Vietnam era Veterans read relating to the employment of
purpose of the sale was to raise MRS justment appointments.The veterans.
funds to aid the children at the i appointments authorizedby 2. Assignment of responsibilityat
Jacksonville Juvenile Shelter on Executive Order 11521 the local level for keeping
Arlington Rd. represent an improved methodfor track of transitional and veterans
The sale was conducted by an providing employment opportunities readjustment appointees to
eight>wornan Juvenile Shelter coupled with trainingor assure adequate counselling and
Committee, headed by Chairman education, for returning satisfactory progress.
Donna Derocher. Cookies, cakes A veterans who need special 3. Guidance on job develop-
and a variety of other home- assistance in making the tran- ment to create veterans adjustment
baked goods were donated to the sition from military life and appointment op-
cause by club members.The getting started on the road to portunites, with instructions on
children to whom the productive and satisfying civilian measures for temporary job
Committee's efforts careers. redesign to permit VRA appointments -
directed
are Veterans Readjustment appointments at levels lower than
in from
vary age infancy to 17 may be made to any the usual entry levels, for
years. They are placed in the position in the competitive service veterans found to be able to do
shelter by order of Juvenile Court
f in grades GS 3-5 or the work.
j due to of
abuse
reasons parental equivalent, who served in the 4. Guidance, tailored to agency
J or unfit domestic influences.
,I armed forces during the Vietnamera capabilities, on working out
The ladies of the Juvenile and has completed no more training or educational programsfor
Shelter Committee visit the than 14 years of education.An veterans readjustment ap
children, who numberletween43and employee given a veterans pointees which will meet the
60, every other Tuesday to readjustment appointment must needs of both the employing
conduct recreational and be enrolled in a training or organizations and the veterans,
educational programs for their education program developed by and provide meaningful
benefit The Committee takes the the agency in accordance with developmental opportunities.
children on an outing once a guidelines established by the U.S. 5. Building veterans em-
month, and holds birthday NARF VETERAN RETIRES- Wilkerson,aircraft cleaner in the Civil Service Commission. ployment assistance con-
parties for them at regular In- NARF Finish and preservation Branch, Shops Department, is shown Under the order, an employeewho siderations (including appropriate -
tervals. The entire squadron receiving his retirement plaque from Cdr. L. I. Wood, executive office. completes the training or use of the VRA
supports the Committee's work Wilkerson also received a retirement wristwatch marking his educational program and who authority) into the agency per-
and donates clothing for the mandatory retirement at age 70 after more than 28 years of federal has satisfactorily completed two sonnel management evaluation
children's use. service.Wherever years of substantially continuous system.
service under a veterans read- 6. Maintaining records on VRA
justment appointment- will be appointees and developing
converted to careerconditionalor followup procedures to assure
career employment, and shall maximum success.
; you travel. automatically acquire a com- 7. Assistance to supervisors in
petitive status. selecting veterans readjustment
The new authority also per- appointees and carrying out their
mits: developmental responsibilities.
Reassignments and 8. Assuring that managers and
promotions, making veterans personnel people are familiar
readjustment appointmentsmore with the provisions of Commission -
attractive to veterans and and agency policy, and
Federal employers. veteran preference, and carrying
t Maximum flexibility in dev- them out both in letter and spirit
deloping training or educational 9. Making maximum use of the
programs tailored to meet the Schedule authority,213.3102 (u)
needs of both the veterans and to appoint severely handicapped
their employing organizations. veterans; and of the authority in

Federal employers have been Civil Service Regulation 315.604
directed to develop plans, and for employment of disabled
veterans who have completed
program guidance and per-
formance expectations in the training courses under Chapter
31 of Title 38, U.S. Code.
light of their own missions,
The Civil
Service Commissionhas
organizational structures, occupational -
been designated to issue
patterns, hiring
levels, etc.Agency regulatons necessary to carry out
the provisions of the executive
actions should include order. Instructions are now
such things as: outlined in FPM letter No. 307-3 .
f I I, 1. Designation of an individual dated April 13, 1970.

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season. games were not Admin 45-15
scheduled at Cory Corners last Dental : 42-18
N week. VA-174 No.1 36.9'/a
Cecil Sports VA-72 35-25
By DTC J.D. Brewster BtwUagAmerican Operations 34-26
.
VA-83 31W28V*
Leagae: The Medical 21-31
Mighty (pleased) Midget led his AMD 24-32
keglers with a flee 597 series. VA46VA46 22- /
National League: VA-46, 10- score the winning run on singlesby mlnstered by the Marines. Rowe Bob Locke rolled a 573 for the 2nd 22-34
VA-83, 6. The Clansmen scored Moss and Milam. homered for the Hellrazors. best effort of the night Earl
four runs in the 1st inning to takea VA-72, 16-VC-4, 14. The Blue Marines 11, Dental 1. The Leach captured high game NAMTD No.2 No.1 2311J.3611JVA.174
lead they never relinquished. Hawks tallied on two touch- Pathetic Plumbers fell victim to honors with a 222 game. 27 1I11.4111JNOTICE
Lenhert had three hits, includinga downs, two successful extra Fireball Moore's mysterious bowlers has 5M or better series. 9 : The commencement
triple for VA-46. Howard was points and a safety. VC-4s last assortment of spinning bloopers other participants registered 200 date. of the Summer Youth
winning pitcher. quarter march down the field was andchaugeof-pace pitches as they games. Program is June 22 rather then
VA-87 downed VA-81, 12-11, in impressive, but time ran out on lost yet ANOTHER game. Because of their impending July 22 as previously reported.
an old fashioned slugging don- the Dragonflyers. Simms Senders had a perfect night at the deployment, VA-46 is making a Archery lessons will be
nybrook. VA-81 scored six runs in quarterbacked the winners. plate, slashing out a homer and concerted effort to complete their suspended until further notice
the opening frame, but VA-87 American League: AV-ORD 7, two singles. summer league schedule. due to the transfer of the in-
bounced back with seven coun- VA-45,2. Masterson tallied in the 1st
banged out a Ops 17 runs Standing (based on per- structor.
ters in the 2nd to offset the VA-81 double and two singles in three inning en-route to a 19-1 rout of centages): Jim Lee's Cecil Field Raidersare
effort. Pitcher Meadows of VA-87 trips to the plate, and Todd VA-45. Lauglin was winning tentatively scheduled to
somehow managed to survive tripled as AV-ORD continued pitcher. Every member of the VA.45 No. 1 40.24 make their 1970 debut this
until the end to gain the victory. their winning ways. Urich was Ops nine hit safely with the exception VA-46 No.2 41.27 Saturday against Mayport.
Henderson of VA-81 set down Weapons 36 24
winning pitcher. of (naturally) banjo Mayport is currently coached by
VA-83 on two hits as VA-81 Stoutpaws 'Slim' Doole and hitter Ed Lord. Marines 35-25 the former mentor of othe
squeaked out a win over the newcomer Stewart combined Operations 34-26 Raiders'
'Casey' Scruggs.
Rampagers, 2-1 in an excellently their efforts to set the Marines Rudies Rubies: The Marineslost VA-45 No. 2 34 30
played ballgame. Henderson down on four hits in a 10-0 a fine athlete with the Dental' 3129VA
walked with down in the last -13 29-31Vfc.174
one whitewashing. The win avengedan transfer of LCpl Fred Turner. '
'
of the 7th and came around to earlier loss (also 10-0)) ad- Fred excelled in football, 28.32
basketball and softball.. Fred's VA-46 No.:1 28.36

Two Nurses Receive MedalsJax shoes will be hard to fill, and theyaren't AMD 26-34
I size 14 either..Silver Food Service 26.38
Streak Hardee is mystified by Ed Supply 24-36
--LCdr. Paulette '...while acting as Charge Nursein Lord's anemic .025 batting AMD Avionics 2040

Smerekanica, NC, and LCdr. the operating room at the average. Ed is doing a fine job in The Might Mite concedes that
Mary Estell, NC, received the Station Hospital was responsiblefor handling Laughlin but seems to he will hear about the.following -.-
Navy Commendation Medal with the treatment of numerous choke whenever he touches a mm mi!
up boast: 'We are still the best at mm
Combat 'V' from Capt. C.W. casualties, including many with bat. Fortunately his teammates Cecil'! Contrary to what the
Lewis, Jr., commanding officer, multiple and life threatening have not forgotten the fine art of believe
otherwise
during an awards ceremony held injuries. Her ability to recognize Midget might ,
hitting and have held Ed up all does
at the Naval Hospital recently. priorities and react appropriately the dictionary acknowledgea Every TUES. A THUKS.
Both nurses were commended was extremely difference between the words'convinced'
Take Your and 'conceited'. LADIESDAY
Baby
tor meritorious service while at valuable in the organization of
the Station Hospital, U.S. Naval teamwork to accomplish tasks National League: Sad Sam
Support Activity, Danang, from vital to the surgical treatment of -. DelVecchios National League !
dropped to 11 teams when APTU
February 1969 to February 1970. patients. .
withdrew from further com- HI BALLSGIRL ;
The citation accompanying the petition. ONLY W
medal said, for LCdr. Estell, LCdr. Smerekanica's citation to a SpecialistWE Only 8 500 series were recordedlast All Day & Night
read, in part, '... responsible for
i week penno and Oneth DANCE TO'THE MUSIC RING'8PM
." providing nursing care to MAINTAIN IT rolled identical 549 sets. Edmund til 2 AM
,
"* patients with orthopedic injuries.Her WITH LOVING CARE Louis Piotrowski from Ham- 5 POOL TABLESMOTHHt'S

''?''''';k',' wards carried a daily TOM BUSH Volkswagen tramck, Michigan with a 216 had .
{ rf.., average census of 80 to 100
>"('lt; combat casualty patients, manyof at Regency Square high game of the evening. 1080 CASSAT AVE.
based
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sustaining massive injuries
: : which necessitated the am-
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putation of one or more ex-
>" tremeties. With understandingand
compassion,she provided the

:* necessary psychological support
needed by those patieints who
faced permanent disability.'
<; Both LCdr. Estell and LCdr. GFS?;
w t Smerekanica were cited for their
professionalism and devotion to
duty under arduous working and
living conditions, despite
frequent enemy., rocket and
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\( Happy Vacations Call

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For First Aid SkillsYou'll

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feel more assured-and contact, the skin should be
\ perhaps return from your scrubbed throughly with a strong
<\< vacation in better shape-if you soap,allowing the soap to remainon
learn these principles of first aid the skin for several minutes
\ before leaving. after the cleansing. Once the skinis
irritated by poisonous plants,
Wounds avoid water, oily ointments or
I alcohoic solutions. Ask your
1 o : O o oi'o'p Scrapes and minor cuts shouldbe druggist to recommend a
1 carefully cleaned of every bit medication to soothe poison ivy
,. of foreign matter, or infection eruptions. If it's a severe case,
may result. If the wound isn't do consult a physician.
MAKE YOUR VACATION this year a pleasure Instead of a pain by being prepared to handle any deep, the foreign material often
minor emergencies before you start out. Stomach Treatment
can be washed away with soap
and water. But if you can't When you go on your vacation,
cleanse the wound, get medicalaid. your diet changes, and the water
Buy Once the wound is cleansed, you drink is different..meal
I I it should be coated with an an- schedules are erratic..you'reexcited
Jonathan w Jewelers Bonds tibiotic preparation that is by the change of scene
harmless to human tissue, then and setting out for new ad-
covered with a sterile bandage. ventures. All this can cause
Mycitracin, which contains three stomach or intestinal irritationand
-j4: SALES antibiotics, is recommended by its most common symtpm, '
WESTSIDE many family doctors. Childrenlike diarrhea.
SAME aWATCH / ', it because it is painless-and Kaopectate is the standard
and RING RENTALS mothers appreciate the fact thatit remedy. But if the symptoms are
DAY JEWELRY is stainless and has no odor. persistent or unusually sever,
SIZING 5829 BLANDING BLVD.We Deep cuts and punctures food poisoning may be the cause
ENGRAVING REPAIRS definitely require medical at- and you should call a doctor
WORK tention to be sure the wound is immediately. You can help
DONE .
.' : Also properly cleansed. Unless a yourself and family avoid this
ON PREMISES Have ; blood vessel has been cut, you more serious upset in travel
Trucks can stop the bleeding by pressinga plans by shunning roadside
1704 Highway 17,Orange Park wad of sterile gauze on the stands and foods most prone to
DAN and LINDA BO AT WRIGHT PHONE 264-6396 wound. If this direct pressure spoilage (hamburgers, whipped
doesn't stop the bleeding, apply a cream, custard).
Call 772-8477 tourniquet until medical aid is Heat and Sun Injuries
available.
Severe sunburn should be
Motion Sickness
treated with an effective an-
Many people, especially tiseptic like any other burn.
children, are susceptible to Suntan lotion is good before
BEACH BOUND ? motion sickness-the feeling of exposure to the sun, but does
nausea you get if jostled j about too little good afterwards. Aspirin
much in a vehicle or on a boat. will relieve the general
r The more you can reduce the discomfort, and the patient
jostling, the less likely you are to should drink plenty of water.
i: Stop at the NEWEST become ill. A soft seat, for Heat cramps result when the
example, is better than a hard body loses too much salt through
one. In a car, try to avoid bumpy perspiration. Treatment: coated
roads and sudden starts and salt tablets. If salt tablets are not
eflJ'IJt stops. available, a teaspoon of salt in a
Fresh air helps a lot. So does pint of water will do the trick.
I fixing your eyes firmly on a given Heat exhaustion is characterized -
: spot,perhaps the road or the landon by a cold and clammyskin
the shore. Overindulgence in weak pulse and shallow
alcohol makes motion sickness breathing. The onset is markedby
more likely. As for food, the best dizziness, a feeling of fatigue,
idea is to have a light meal two or sometimes even un
BEACH BLVD. three hours before leaving. consciousness. Treatments:
Effective remedies for motion Remove the patient to a cool
at UNIVERSITY BLVD.NOW sickness are available from your place, place him prone with his
local pharmacist; get your feet raised, and loosen his
doctor's advice as to the remedyhe clothing. Fan him and lay cool,
THERE ARE 3 TO SERVE YOUIIu.dIu recommends. wet cloths on his forehead and

wrists. Upon recovery, give him
II,.. it Criir River 1203 So. Lut Ae.-111 kick Blvd Poison Ivy,Oak and Sumac cool, sweetened drinks-
preferably coffee or tea.
The Sam Fine Food aid Service at a NEW Location Everyone should learn to Sunstroke is far more serious
recognize poison ivy, oak and than heat exhaustion, and
sumac, and remember that medical aid should be sought
'natural' immunity often immediately. The skin becomes
disappears. Immediately after dry and very hot, and the
patient's temperature may rise
to 106 degrees or more., Treat
HOME STUDY AND THE MILITARYMore ment: Place the patient in a tub
of cold water-with cracked ice, if
military personnel take advantage of correspondence education than any possible. When his temperaturegoes
other single group in the world. While on active duty and after leaving the down to near normal),
military service, they, continue to learn new skills and new careers. Home Study remove him from the tub and
is especially suited to the educational needs of a serviceman on active duty. His wrap him in sheets soaked in cold
water. Fan him., If his tem
: location anywhere In'the world presents insurmountable '
no barrier to learning
perature rises again,put him bck
: since he is not required to attend scheduled classes and is free,to study wheneverand \ in the tub.Follow .
wherever he can. these first aid rules,and
s .you'll be on your way to a
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NAVY j :; ; :SPORTSFliers :'! ; Hospifall.inksfers" Traffic


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Jax--The Hospital's golf squad reigns as the tops In

;, Salvage Final station Intramural play after knocking off the station's following is a report of
Dispensary 6Va-2V2 for the title June 11. motor vehicle accidents and
traffic violations for the period

Game in .Robins Series The Dispensary's number one player Walt Brittle June 28.

fired an 18-hole round of 75 while the Hospital's top'shot
Number of Accidents
Jax-The Jax Navy Fliers the bottom of the eighth to hand turned In an 80 In the championship round.

traveled to Warner Robins, Ga. the Fliers their first loss. John The Hospital's second player, Barton Slemmons This week 8

over the weekend, returning witha Littleton (NATTC) was tagged slipped by ,Jim Kinder 69-70 net In another twosome Total accidents this, year
single victory in four attempts with the loss although holding the while the number three players Jim Cooke (Hospital) through June 8 131
against the Robins AFB's varsity opponents to only four hits. Number of accidents through
and Phil Falcone came off the course tied at 71 apiecenet
squad. In Friday's closer, Robins June 1969 201
Robins took the lead in jumped on the Fliers 7.1 on onlya ( ). Total number of days since last
Friday's opener of a pair of hits, while the Jax In other net scores, Frank Avery of the Hospital injury in a motor vehicle ac

.. doubleheader by pushing acrossa batters were pounding out seven bested Bob Beard 72.81, Ben Ward (Hospital) topped ,,cident 5
pair of runs in the third. The hits to no avail. Three Jax errorsin James Col lines 82-84, and Robert Karnei won over
Fliers came back in the top of the the first inning allowed four Harold Milford 7578. Number of Violations
it before the runs to score.
seventh to tie
Robins nine won the up game 3-2 inCI Back on the field Saturday, The Hospital earned 1,000 points toward the station's This week 169 -
Robins went right to work on the Ironman Trophy, taking the lead for the-trophy over Speeding 16
Fliers, touching Ray Beard for NARTU. Reckless Driving 1
; five runs in two and a third innings Going through stop sign 5
before Al McClintock Tennis ChiwpioRsMp Won by Hospital, 3.2 Other violations 147

(Security) took over pitching Seventy-three Drivers ap
1. Name too two active players chores.: Robins took the game, 7- JaxThe Hospital's tennis Eagles 3-2. 'peared before the Traffic
who have the most grand 1. team. gave the command its'second Tied at the end of singles play 2- Hearing Board on June 11.
slams. In the finale of the four game sports title of the day June 2, the doubles action gave the Disposition of the'cases included
2. The Kansas Chiefs located of the in series, Jax pulled out a 5-1 win 11 by slipping by the VP-16 Hospital the tennis crown in the the following: Thirty-nine lost
AFL formerly
what city were? after coming alive at the plate final match. driving and parking privileges

3. Wilt Chamberlain played with 10 hits. John Littleton pacedthe Softball StadiRis Hospital won the first singles aboard station for various
basketball for what college? Fliers by turning in a two-hit match when Roy Olson defeated periods; Six were assigned to

4. What former football star mound performance.This American League Otto Vogel, 5-7, 6-0), 6-3, and then complete an eight-hour course in
is now a full-fledged motion picture weekend, the Fliers takeon went up 2-0 after Jim Robert remedial driving; Seven received
actor? Tyndall AFB at home. A suspensions Forty-two were
baseball VP-45 14-2 dropped Lance Wilmarth,6262. ;
5. Which major league -
team has the smallest seat doubleheader will be played NATTC 14-2 The Eagles came right back to given warnings; Five were
ing capacity? tomorrow night beginning at 7 FAETU 13-3 even the matches behind John dismissed; Twenty-four were
6. The record for the most p.m. at Mackroth Field, with ADMED 12-4 Still's 7-5,6-1 win over Lawrence fined (U.S. Commissioner) and
homeruns hit in one season in another pair of contests on tap NUMBA 11-5 Door, and Robert Giuliano's Two were referred to their
organized baseball is held by Saturday afternoon beginning at FWF .' 5-10 straight sets of 6-3, 7-5 over commanding officers for possible
what player? 1. GEM 4-12 Robert Dehgan. disciplinary action.

Answers FICEUR 4-12 Roberts and Door gave the Four drivers were assessed
OUAftDWCJ* METS 2-14 Hospital the doubles win and the Eight traffic points.
'ZL- D larl u.&o'l2fuo1-'W'N| MATSG ; M5 station title in straight sets of 6-4,
'na.soH :uuinvg aot '9 MdiANGt 6-3 over Wilmarth and Giuliano. 1'M LNG
'00 .8Z :alnns '4UMOMJ COMMISSARYPRVIUGCS'
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wslrg. 't'liI1uj National
League
4, "U'O" 'Z MAK/afT110Ri1 ONLYPUKCMA9&
"lull'alusg ; D Jax-The sympathy of everyone
put UOJHV '(UCH 'I NARTU 12.1 connected with intramural sports
HOSPITAL 10-1
aboard NAS Jax goes to retired
679th 9-5
r Chief Petty Officer Howard 'J.
VW-4 8-5
Hall, whose wife, died
/7 -r: GRANT PLAZA, 103rd ST. at BLANDING VP-16 6-7 Dorothy
( iIIII.\\ WEAPONS 6-7 Sunday following a brief illness. 14 POOL TABLES
Chief Hall has been active in
AUTO CENTER COMFIARJAX 2-10
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I I All About licensesA Exchange Lists Prizes


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uniform fresh water fishing progressive means of funding purchases does much to provide
license promotes wildlife con conservation improvement all segments of society with a
and is Navy Exchanges has listed the prizes that will be won by
servation required.by all outdoor in
quality experience a,
programs.
water fishermen men and women who compete in their tournament in conjunction with
fresh except Fishing license fees are paid pleasing environment the of Pro
under opening the Exchange's new Shop.
children 15, residents 65
and voluntarily in exchange for The uniform fresh water The low gross men's winner will receive a wrist watch, with the
public and over assistance, persons who receiving fish in special services benefitting the fishing license makes all runner up earning a pair of Arnold Palmer sunglasses.A .
user. Taxes are mandatory fishermen partners in Florida's wrist watch will also go to the low gross women's winner, with
home
their county with
cane assessments for public purposes.A wildlife conservation program binoculars being awarded for second place.
poles. fishing license Is not a tax.
The uniform fresh water The uniform fresh water Low nets winners in both'the women's and men's play will be
fishing license adopted by the fishing license updates an an- awarded a golf bag. Second place finishers will get a dozen golf balls,
1970 legislature provides an tiquated conservation funding with third, fourth, and fifth getting six, four and two golf balls
equitable resource user fee and system structured more than a respectively.The .

fishermen.eliminates discrimination. among quarter of a century ago and 18 hole tournament will be played this Saturday and Sunday on
requires an equitable resource the NAS Jax links. Anyone with an established handicap and eligiblefor
Florida will receive sub '
stantial increase in Federal a fundsto user men.fee for fresh water 'fisher- i full Navy Exchange privileges is eligible to take a shot for the
tourney prizes.
improve fresh water fishing as One dollar from the sale of each
Prizes will be awarded June 24 by Golf Pro Dave Marr
a result of the uniform freshwater three dollar license { at the official
fishing license. into a special fishing fish improvementfund goes opening of the new Pro Shop. Marr will also hold a golf clinic on the

Federal funds for fishing im- to manage and improve 24th.

provement are allocated on a Florida's fresh water fishing.All ..
basis to total licensed fisherman fresh water fishing licenses
within a state plus,the size of the expire at midnight on June SO.New
Take stock in Amtrica.
state.
fishing licenses,are required on :
Federal Aid to Fish
The
July 1. Licenses are available
Restoration program contributes from June 15. With higIwr paying USSavingiBondi.
three dollars for each dollar Hunters and fishermen and
spent by the Game and Fresh their license dollars help support
Water Fish Commission on conservation education efforts
fishing improvement projects. directed toward young people \
The uniform fresh water and Youth Conservation ,
Camps.
fishing license adopted by the If Florida is to have an abun- fr'b Why Do You See
1970 legislature was endorsed by dance of wildlife and fresh water 1::
sportsmen and conservationclubs fish it must also have a
throughout the State as a progressive and scientific

resource management program. So Of These
Many
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Every MON. & WED.
Such programs are properly '::;,
ALL NIGHTI financed by resource user fees _
BEER & such as hunting and fishing :

HI BALLS 55t licenses. \ [51 0 0O
Fish management includes
DANCE CONTEST abatement of water pollution,
Wednesday Midnight! control of water' weeds, fish '
FREE $75 WIG to Winners! stocking, construction of boat .J"/'J/ ..

DANCETO'THEMUSICRING' ramps, research,managementof ,
S PM til 2 AM present waters and creation of 0/::; .
5 POOL TABLES new waters. In Jacksonville
The funds provided by hunters
MOTHER'S ,And fishermen through ,license 1
Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are
1080 CASSAT AVE. SOUND ADVICE Exercise sold in Green Cove Springs,and why there should be so many
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