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VP-5's Mad Foxes Return to NAS JafIARw'! 1000'


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< .<' Jax-Cdr. R.T. Thomas, VP-5 and ASW surveillance over the Mad Foxes participated in an ,
skipper, returned with his 'Mad entire Mediterranean and observing active community relations :
Foxes'Friday after a four-month Russian Naval program. The men visited and
deployment to the Med operations, VP-5 participated in entertained more than 100 orphan
iterranean. The squadron many NATO and national boys at the orphanage, Instituto
operated with the Sixth Fleet and exercises. Among these were Pecorino, at St. Agata, and
____ was based at the Naval Air National Week, Epic Battle, First treated them to two picnics at the

,,, I Facility, Sigonella, Sicily. This Step, PHIBLEX, Deep Six, Dawn beach.
: :! was VP-5's fourth deployment to Patrol, Mare Largo, TRAILEXand
% f ;!\\ Y,'" Tw Sigonella since the squadron was MEDSWEEPEX. In all these The 'Top Fox,' Cdr. Thomas,
formed. operations the aircrews of termed this a most successful .

Patron Five demonstratedtheir deployment, both operationallyand
Mad Foxes flew more than professionalism by maintainingan contribution to national defense.'It .
2500 hours of operational and overall ASCAC evaluation is deeply gratifying to see so
ss SY. training flights without a mishap. grade exceeding 90 percent, many fine men working so hardto
'a b r In May the squadron set a new hitherto an unheard figure. protect the rights of all
East coast safety record for Americans, including those who
f patrol squadrons, surpassing The squadron continued its feel they must dissent against
75,000 hours of accident-free ASW and professional training their country.'
flying. The squadron tail in- with many ASW exercise
signia, the letters 'LA' and the periods and hours of ground Patron Five will resume
two-sided fox, were seen from training. It paid off particularlywell normal stateside operations aftera
Rota, Spain to Incerlik, Turkey; for two crews in the brief stand-down period.
and -from Nimes-Garrons, squadron who were able to
France to the shores of North complete their final Patrol Squadron Five,is a unit
.. to be of Fleet Air Wing Eleven, the
.WELCOME- ;.,... Africa requirements designated
HOME-Cdr. R.T. Thomas receives an enthusiastic 'Alpha crews. largest operational command
In addition to the assigned under Commander Fleet Air
greeting from his wife and daughters as the family is reunited for the
t tasks of maintaining surface When weren't they Jacksonville.
first time in four months. they flying, ;,



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Mk CareersTomorrow ;

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by the Holt Publishing (Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o f fl c I lal expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does notconstitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. i

VOL. 28 NO. 14 (U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA JUNE 25, 1970

Jax A formal inspection and ',*

"' retirement ceremony will be held

Old Bluejackets Inn SSSS tomorrow at 1 p.m. in Hangar ,
116. 'I
( ,
It Nine officers who retire this ;

.5 1 momt will be honored and a >\ j
Pirates Cove Slated
battalion of Navy and Marine A
officers and enlisted personnel 'twill j
be inspected by Capt. H.O. '/
,. For July 8 Opening Cutler,NAS commanding officer. I(
(See story on page 11)r) \i
f Jax-A bit of the history of the tea when Black BearcfwaaTf eared and ,Navy personnel will ,be in- i 41 r
other buccaneers were plundering ships for treasure will come alive spected in full dress whites. ': '
July 8 with the opening of Pirates Cove here. Marine officers will wear summer i\)
The former Bluejackets Inn reopens that day and with It an entirelynew service 'C' with sword, )
club atmosphere will be available for the recreation of enlistedmen ribbons and badges; and enlisted "
and women.Refurbished Marines will wear 'summer : ti

from 'stem to J.. service 'A' with ribbons and <' }'

stern,' Pirates Cove will offer a crow's nest decorates the en- badges. Military guests will wear \
larger club facility that will trance to the Acey-Ducey section, t+ the tropical white long uniform. y
handle up to 1,000 people. The and a full-size helm lends an The battalion will format 12:45: J}
dance floor has been expanded by authentic touch to the nautical with Cdr. M.C. Premo as the '<;$

7,000 square feet, and two decor inside. Above the bar a battalion commander. Cdr. K.H. y"
separate game rooms and a lighted island mural moves Greenhaw is coordinator and ),
comfortable TV lounge offer slowly up and down, creating the adjutant for the ceremony. "
r patrons a variety of entertainment effect of a ship adrift at sea. A worker applies finishing touches wall decorations at the Pirates The nine officers who will be '
piped over the side are Cdrs. ,
A 60-foot sunken bar, the Scheduled opening time for the C.M. Thomas, W.L. Berkey and
largest in the Jacksonville area, Pirates Cove Is Wednesday, July Cove.Marine J.N. Kinder. Also LCdrs. G.W.
overlooks the St Johns River 8 at 5 p.m. More than 50 door Captain Cited Loll, W.C. Forehand, R.E.

through a. row of picture win- prizes, including a color Dobelstein, M.E. Windham, R.F.
dows. Soft lights illuminate the television and trip for two to the Jax Capt. Charles R. with Combat 'V' for ser- Marshall and J.R. Beddard.

palm trees outside, creating an Bahamas will be given away that Jernigan, attached to the vice In Viefnam.
exotic tropical atmosphere.The night Entertainment for the Marine Air Training BenefItsExpanded
Package Store has been early evening will be provided by Capt. Jernigan received the
completely renovated, and new Ronnie and the Soul Society, and Support Group at NATTC Medal from Maj. John C. Weare,
J restrooms have been built on later on at night the Four of Clubs has received the Navy MATSG executive officer in a \
either side of the club. A genuine will appear on stage. Commendation Medal June 17 ceremony.
The _"lIfttlll",,_u_ _AG..A_.. th'e;. m.dal
'while serving in, various For E-4's I Ij

capacities with Marine Aircraft j *
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Group 11, First Marine Aircraft V
If third class '*
are a petty
t f ft you
t v"'K' f Wing in connection with combat
officer with between two and four &
: operations against the enemy in
sf t the Republic of Vietnam from years active duty'and a .J
"t f minimum commitment of six '
r Dec. I, 1968 to Nov. 20, 1969.
years, you may be eligible for an \\
Capt Jernigan currently the of transportation f
expanded variety
: phase officer in the Aviation entitlements a'
: beginning -
Ordnance Division of the training ;
a ex month..
center.
.. The Department Defense has
(More MATSG news on Page 8)).
issued a directive which, starting 7
July 1, will give P03's with less ,
than four years of service the fy
-INSIDE- following benefits: (1)) Depen- O
i dent travel pay; ((2)) Transportation V.
II-
y p; of household goods;
Editorial Page 2 ((3)) Dislocation allowance; ((4)
xf.f Trailer allowance in lieu of ((2))
NATTC and (3)) above; ((5) Shipment of
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autombile overseas; (6)) Overseas r

Want Ads Page 13 allowance; and (7) ,
Evacuation allowance.
? The Joint Travel Regulations ,
M Club Schedules Page 13 are currently being revised.by

REMINISCING-Juvenile Court Judge Major B. Harding looks on as Capt. Cutler discusses the Per Diem, Travel and '
highlights of the air station's first summer youth camp with two members following Friday's Sports Page 18 Transportation Allowance
graduation ceremony Ten week-long camp programs are scheduled to be) conducted here through Committee 'to inelude the new
Aug. 21. benefits.

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PAGE 2. ,# : JUNE 25, 1970


EDITORIAL


.A Primary RightBad oIJe v ) Q


officials are elected by good citizens who do not

vote..
-George Jean Nathan "$r

This spring and summer each state has scheduled primary elections It CATHOLICNAVAL

to determine which candidates will be in the general elections r. t &.r
Nov. 5.Most. kysdq AIR STATION
states permit members of the armed forces and their Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
spouses to vote in primary elections by absentee ballot. Mass
Sunday 11:00: )() A.M.
Unfortunately, far too many people i ignore the primaries and Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.
vote only in the general elections. This is especially true in the Saturday Confessions-
military, where servicemen must take a little extra time to ob- h
tain an absentee ballot, thus facing problems not encountered by 10:30: 11:15: a.m.
civilians at home.
NAVAL HOSPITAL

i1 { Sunday Mass 8 A.M.
p

NATTC

Sunday Mass 930A.M. *

FATHER AND SON-RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., commanderFleet Bldg. 500

Air Jacksonville, swears in his son, Lawrence III, as an ensign.
The ceremony took place June 3 at the U.S. Naval Academy in An.nap'oUs PROTESTANTNAVAL

Md.

._ HOSPITAL
Sunday Worship- 10 A.M.


NAVAL AIR STATION

JlBJlf Sunday
Also a serviceman often does not have easy access to informa- Holy Communion 8:30:
tion about a candidate, issues and election dates. A.M. Bldg. 750

But, military men and women can keep abreast, if they make the Church School (all ages)
effort. Every base, every ship, whether overseas or in the United The two air station i dining! halls serve the same menu but observe different A.M.
States, has a voting officer who can supply voting rules for your breakfast.meal schedules.6 a.m.Dining to 7i3B: Hall a.m.No.dinner.1, Bldg.11 4,a.m.serves to 1 week-day and meals as follows: .Junior Church (Nursery -
p.m. supper 4 to
home state, and that all-important Federal Postal Application Card SiU p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551 serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.a.m. grade 6) 10 A.M.
(FPCA) to obtain an absentee ballot. The folks at home can send dinner. 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. supper. 5:00 p.m. to 4:15. Both Dining halls observe ;- Divine Worship Service-
you a newspaper that spells out the local and state issues to be the same hours on week-ends and holidays: early breakfast. 4:30 a.m. to
decided upon. :30 a.m.;brunch':30 a.m.to 12:30 p.m.;and supper.4 p.m.to.5:30 p.m. 10 A.M. Bldg. 750

Sure, it. takes a little extra time. But it is part of your responsi cents Personnel dinner on and comrats brunch for may 45 cents purchase and supper breakfast for 50 and cents.early breakfast for 25 Junior Youth Fellowship
bility as a member of the armed forces and an American citizen.It 1 P.M. Bldg. 722

is a small price to pay for a right that people have died to Senior Youth Fellowship
protect. Use it! (AFPS) Friday,June 24 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722

Breakfast Dinner

The Hot Eggs Oatmeal to Order Shrimp Oyster Stew Creole Salisbury Supper Steak Senior Choir Tuesday Rehearsal -
in LifeBY Brown Gravy
Meaning French Toast Chicken A La King Mashed Potatoes 7 P.M. Bldg. 750
Hot Baked Beans Tossed Green Rice Baked Corn and 4
Deep Fried Fish Lyonnalse
Wax Beans Tomatoes (
Cdr. A.F.Jensen CHC Portions Strawberry Short Cake Ice Cream ThursdayChristian
Cake Doughnuts Whipped Topping Sundaes Science Ser-

When l life becomes meaningless, nothing then really seems to vice 8 P.M.

matter. When life loses it's meaning for us we become' like the man Saturday, June 27

who was hired by a psychologist for an experiment. The psychologisttook I r Divine NATTC
the man to his back yard and gave him an ax. Early Breakfast Brunch Supper' Worship 12 P.M.
'Do you see that log lying there?' the psychologist asked. The man Hot Grits Grilled Hamburger or Breaded Veal Cutlets Bldg. 500EveningWorship6
Eggs to Order Cheeseburger Brown Gravy P.M.
nodded that he did. Hot Cakes Shoestring Potatoes Whipped Potatoes
Bldg. 500
'I want you to make like you're chopping wood; only I want you to Grilled Ham Slices Simmered Kidney Beans Bread Dressing
use the back side of the ax, not the blade. I'll give you five dollars an Praline Rolls Ice Cream Cups Seasoned Green Beans
hour.' Iced White Cake ,

The hired man thought the psychologist was crazy; but he acceptedthe SundayJune21
job because of the pay sohe set to work. After a couple of hours he Traffic
knocked at the back door. The psychologist came to the door and
Early Breakfast ,Brunch.
asked the man what he wanted. Hot Farina Baked Chicken and Supper
Grilled ViolationsThe
'Mister,' the man said, 'I'm quitting this job!' Eggs to Order Noodles Mushroom Beef Gravy Steak
'What's the matter; don't you like the pay you're getting?' asked the Minute Steak Buttered Lima Beans Baked Potatoes

psychologist. 'If it isn't enough, I'll raise your wages. Apple Home Coffee Fried Potatoes Cake Hot Ice Cream Dinner Cups Rolls Creamed Peas and following is a report of .

'No, sir,' the man said, 'the pay is plenty good; but when I chop Cherry Carrots Pie motor vehicle accidents and
wood, I've got to see chips fly!' 'I can't see any reason for even trying traffic violations for the period .
with the dull side of the ax.' Monday, June 29 June 915.
Unless we see meaning in the things we do, we can't continue long Number of Accidents
withoutcracking under the strain or just simply giving up. A pricelessgift Breakfast Dinner Supper This week 6
of our religion is the meaning gives to all of life.HOLDING Hot Grits Mulligatawny Spaghetti Soup Oven Fried Chicken Total accidents this
Eggs to Order with Meat Cream Chicken Gravy year
Creamed Dried Beef Pizza Pie Mashed Potatoes through June 15 137

A SHARE OF YOUR FUTURE Cinnamon Home Fried Rolls Potatoes O'Brien Cuban Sticks Summer Squash Coconut Buttered Bread Brussel Sprouts ,Number of accidents through

Buttered Broccoli Apricot Sauce Pudding June 1969 204
Devil's Food Cake Total number of days since last
Chocolate Fudge Icing injury in a motor vehicle accident -

12
Tuesday,June 30 Number of Violations
This week' 142
Breakfast
,, BpKDs Hot Oatmeal Cream Dinner Supper Speeding 10
of
Eggs to OrderPineapple Grilled Ham Potato Steaks Soup Beef and Pork Chop Reckless Driving 1

Grilled Luncheon Hot Cakes Meat Raisin Sauce Fried Suey RiceChinese Going through stop sign 10
Cake Doughnuts Glazed Sweet Potatoes Fried Cabbage Other violations 121
Boiled.Pinto Beans Chow Mein Noodles Fifty-five Drivers appeared
Green Peas and
Onions
Fruit Gelatin Buttered Asparagus' Tips before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
Whipped Topping Iced Hermits. ,; \ June 18.,Disposition of the

= I IBr.akfast cases t included :'the following:
Wednesday,
July 1
Dinner Twelve lost driving and parking
Supper ,privileges aboard station for
Hot Corn Meal Mush Chicken Rice Soup Chile Hot Dogs
Eggs to Order Ginger Pot Roast French Fried Potatoes various periods; Two were
The JAX AIR NEWS It a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper French Toast Natural Gravy Buttered Fresh Frozen assigned to complete an eight-
distributed each Thursday at the U.S.. Naval Air Station, Raised Broiled Bacon Slices Southern Style Greens Mixed Vegetables hour course in remedial driving;
Doughnuts Lyonnalse
Carrots
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company. a Banana! Cake Apple Pie Six received suspensions; 'Thirty-

private firm All Copy ,ubmftted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Banana Cream. Butter three were given warnings; Four
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Icing were dismissed; Three were

Jacksonville, by 12:00.noon on Monday before publication. News Thursday,July 2 fined (U.S. Commissioner) and
items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 772-3118 or Two were referred to their

3119. Dinner commanding officers for possible

New England Clam ,disciplinary action.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Chowder
concerning such should be directed ,. Shrimp Curry
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Hot Farina Chopped Bacon, Diced Submarlne'Sandwlches''
Eggs to Order Egg,' Toasted Coconut, Hot Potato Salad
VOL. 28 NO. ]J4 JUNE 25, 1970 Griddle Baked Cakes Minced Cherries, Pepper Spanish Style Lima. '
Sausage Patties Rings and Chutney Sauce Beans $$
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Expressway Safest Travel, Says NSC 4


According to the National vance. If you miss your exit, you the living space between you and
Safety Council, an expresswaycan must go on to the next one. the car ahead. If cars cut in frontof
be the safest distance as wellif There's no backing up on a turn- you in heavy traffic, try to
a motorist drives defensively.In pike. While on a superhighway, leave yourself an out, a clear
1967, the mileage death rate on beware of the tactic used on other space in the lane to the right or
the nation's turnpikes was 2.4 roads of slowing down before left"to dodge possible chain + ,
deaths per 100 million vehicle turn-offs. On the expressway reaction crashes.If G\ e
miles of travel compared with a maintain speed until you turn into your car breaks down, get as
rate of 7.6 on the nations' rural the deceletation lane-then slow far onto the shoulder as possible z
roads. quickly. Observe reduced speed before stopping. When you can't
Safe driving on turnpikes limits on exit ramps.Expressway fix the trouble yourself, raise the
demands a different set of habits entrances and hood and tie a handkerchief to the
than those you use on rural roadsor exits as well as service areas are antenna or door handle. Switchon
city streets. Because service on the right on most superhighways. four-way flashers if you have
stations are rarely withing You can avoid trouble if them. At night, turn on low
walking distance on superhighways you move left near these decision beams and interior lights. You
your auto must be well points providing the left lane is can ignite flares either day or
prepared. Be sure the cooling clear. This avoids trouble with night as a warning signal.CPO'S .
and lubricating system can take vehicles making improper exit or
steady high-speed driving. Since 'entrance maneuvers.On .
The rhythmic beat of drums and the whine of Indian flutes accompany
than half of all where It
more turnpike superhighways youdon't Charge
this sensous dance sequence from 'Cross and Sword'.
emergencies are for gas, oil, and have to worry about oncoming
Presented nightly, except June
Mondays 21st through Sept. 1, in the
water fill fuel tank and traffic take
can
up your you
St. Augustine Amphitheatre 'Cross and Sword' depicts the
; early
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radiator. more time passing., When readyto .PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII -
of
years struggle to colonize our Nation's oldest
city.
When entering an expressway, pass, keep well behind the car The chief petty officer's club hereis
get on at traffic spped. Don't stopat you're overtaking. Use your turn the first Navy enlisted men's
the end of the ramp. While on signal, and check to the side and, club to begin accepting six represent most overseas areas as,
the entry ramp and accelerationlane rear. If it's clear, move into the nationally recognized charge well as all parts of the United w': 1,....'
you must mach the speedof passing lane but make sure the cards. States. NAv ,.'SMI'...'
traffic and blend in. If you driver ahead isn't about to pass Cards recognized by the more Under this system, CPOs will
enter slowly,you may force other too. Then speed up and overtake than 1000-member club are Bank be able,to charge package store
drivers to bark,or change lanes him quickly. When you can see Americard, Bank of Hawaii items, beverages, meals and
suddenly. the passed car in your mirror, Charge Card, Master Charge, other special events within the
Making an exit can be tricky, signal and return to your former Barclaycard of England, club.
too. Study the route ahead of lane. Sumitomo Credit Card (Bank If the credit card program is '
time so that you will be ready to The old rule of one car lengthfor Americard of Japan) and successful, it may be used 1 ;
leave. By noting the exit before each 10 miles per hour of Chargex, the all purpose credit throughout the Navy in all CPO
yours, you will have time to get speed is not enough at the high charge card of Canada. These clubs. This decision will be made ..
into the turnoff lane well in ad speeds of expressways. Double cards were selected because they following a one-year trial.



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Cecil SportsBy

1. Who was the first goal ten
der in the NHL to wear a face .9M N. ap
DTC J.D. Brewster mask?
2. Who was the first catcher to
wear a face mask? k
3. When is the major league qo
baseball trading deadline?

National League: VA-46 and flying Ops 9 by scoring 3 runs in 4. How many times have Jack
and Arnold Palmer
Nicklaus
VA-81 split in a 2'game series. the 5th to tie the game. Ops .S
met in a sudden death playoff
The Clansmen, behind venerableold tallied once in their half of the 5th 5. The best selling book "My
Gramps Sharp took the and again in the 6th to pull the Turn at Bat" features which
opener 117. VA-81 took the game out. Lew Center returnedto ballplayer?
second game 11-4 as Henderson form, recording 9 strikeoutsand 6. Who holds the National
scattered 11 hits and struck out 7 giving up but 2 hits as he League record for home runs in
batters in taking the win. captured his 1st win in several a season: ?

VC-4 ended their long winless weeks. 7. How a many batter plate make appearancesmust to qualifyfor Edward R. Gilley of VA. CW02 R. Brown Magazine

slump by downing VA-81 6-4. Rudies Rubies: Fireball Mooreof a batting championship? 45 was promoted to his present Branch Officer, was promoted to
Kemp was winning pitcher. the Marines had his 1 game 8. In which American League rank on June 15.CW02 his present rank on June 15.

VA-87 routed VA-72 in a 15-0 winning streak stopped by A V. park were the fewest home runs -, ..--- ,... ......_. M -
whitewashing: Winning pitcher ORD. Fireball entered the 6th hit in 1969? t f " ,' t
Meadows limited VA-72 to but 1 frame with a 7 run lead, 9. The All-Star baseball gamein ',:$,,; '', ,t
hit. Keller and Dennis both however; he generously gave up 1970? is schedule for which .. :)::,,;:
belted triples for the winners. 7 walks and saw his lead vanish in city ': "
10. The Yankees have retired
American League: VA-174,13 smoke. Ed Lord of Ops no four uniform numbers: Whatare ,gym w ikR
Dental 1. Stewart limited longer desires to fight rather than the numbers and who were
Pucketts Plumbers to but 4 hits in switch-he switched to an Alcoa the players that,wore them? ,
recording his 2nd straight 'win bat and swatted out a DOUBLE. r r 3
ANSWERSRapR41'L
since Joining the Hellrazors. Silver Streak Hardies' rather

Duncan was the batting star with indifferent play at 1st base is ( !oP',38NU! aofag u21qaD : !!
3 hits, including a triple. rapidly earning him the sobriquet nO'] "'j :Jmnj aqua 'c 'n'tflBtmpuiQ
AV-ORD 9, Marine AV-ORD Concret Glove,. as previously 'J !; !: '6 k4
chased 8 runs across the plate in promised (when Bob Greenes' 'S6. 'tumping! ea)[uBj -8 "",
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the 6th inning for a come-from- monsters in blue do something 'Z09 'L
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behind win over the Marines. worthy of mention) the monstersare 0861 99 'UOSUM. VH[; ''9 a
Urich was winning pitcher. congratulated over the feat of 'IiIWUHlApaL, '0L61'olssBl3 9

Ops5AV.ORD3. The weapons not tossing a ball player out of the : UOSt3 Uo.I g.UO'; ; q AN Richard C. Berry of VA-45,
gang threw a scare into the high game in more than four weeks. 'SI aunt '14. !lupllM1l 'c R.H. Coulliette, was named as Plane Captain of
no games were played at Cozy 'glue'ID Assistant Aviation Support Of. the Month for May. Cdr. A.H.
Corners. A'N 'Ulqlui .la .sa2og 'Z ficer, was promoted to his Hinman, C.O. of the squadron
Every TUES. & THURS. 'lgaaluoyq .to; present rank on June 15. presented Berry with a squadron
8uLeld! 911AU'8ld! { sanbasf 't
LADIES DAY BOWLING plaque and congratulated him on
a 'Job Well Done.:



19 JJ' or Admin Dental (by THURSDAY NATIONAL percentage. ) .7660 6880 Around the Navy Y A87AMS3


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GIRLS ONLYAll Operations. ..5470VA COLLATERAL DUTIES... As FOR SHORT-TIMERS..The were advanced to their present
Day & Night 83 .4920 of effort to reduce the
part an rate on June 17.VC4.
Medical .4830 revised 'Navy Guide for Retired
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Jax Commanding Officer of Mrs. Louise W. Horton, a ,, ,
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ment dispatcher. He retired after were normally thrown away.
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each
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Menzie and David
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Aircraft.electrician. helper, ;
Robert B. Edwards, worked in
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after 29 years of civilian service j
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I Last Jax C-131 Departs- to Naples. .u

Jax .. 'Navy 140999 was one of the last aircraft to from sandwiches to critical ,'

cleared for takeoff. make an occasional flight with an priority cargo.

With clearance grantedthe all enlisted crew. The pilots, including Cdr. R.A.
station's last G131 Two other local naval aviators Gibson, the newest plane com-
rumbled down the runway who feel at home at the controlsof mander, and the last crew -
Triple Nine are LCdr. W.C. ADRI W.A. Goss, senior plane
June 12, closing another
Forehand and LCdr'Guy' Weir. captain ADRI II.W. Hope and
chapter in NAS Jax naval LCdr Forehand piloted the B.L. Ballars -all gathered to bid q 1.r.
aviation history. aircraft for over 1,500 hours and the old C-131 farewell. With the
"Naval aircraft, like naval LCdr. Weir had nearly as much Florida sun reflecting off her well
personnel, are subject to transfer time in the plane's cockpit.All polished surface,she lifted off the
and Navy 140999 dubbed 'Triple the admirals who have runway and headed for service in
served as Commander Fleet Air Naples, Italy.
Nine' by the men who flew and
Jacksonville and all commanding
maintained her was no ex-
ception. officers of the air station over the Triple Nine remains only a
Over the past 11 years Triple past 11 years have flown in the source of 'sea stories' for those
Nine had become as much part of aircraft. It has hauled everyone here who Clew and maintainedher
the station as the main gate or the from seamen to the highest during her years of service to

runways or the Old Blue Goose ranking..,VIP's, and everything.._ NAS Jax. Lt. (lg| ) Bill Dukiet points out some of the electronic intricacies of the
Special Services bus. .rk .. P-3A 'Orion' to visiting midshipmen.
The aircraft was delivered to
the Navy by Consolidated Air-
craft in the fall of 1955 and was
flown by VR-1 at NAS Patuxent Eagles Host MidshipmenJaxA
River, Md., until early 1957 whenit
was transferred to Fleet Air '
Support Squadron Six at NAS group of midshipmen aviation. Following I the
Jax. When the. squadron was from various southern. colleges discussion period, .the midshipmen
decommissioned July 1959 the recently took .a sidetrip from were given a tour of one
C-131 transferred to the air their summer training and,came of the squadron's aircraft.
station. aboard NAS for a'look at the When the tour was finished, one
During the 11 years it was here, "Il Navy's Air Arm. of the midshipmen asked how he
Triple Nine was flown by a I Patrol Squadron 16 Executive could get in. Ltjg( ) Dave Spisso
number of plane commandersand \ Officer, Cdr. Jim Wetzel, said, 'Well, in order to fly, you
crews and accumulated a f welcomed the midshipmen and must take physical and mental
record of over 9,000 accident free briefed them on the missions and tests to qualify, and then the
hours. accomplishments of patrol Navy will send you to Pensacolafor
aviation. The '
Over 2,000 of those hours were squadron's junior Flight Training.
'flown by ABCS-AP Jack Morgan '- officers conducted a question and The midshipman answered, 'I
an enlisted pilot who reported ..;.... answer session for the visitors to know how to get into aviation, but
aboard one month after the -- 1r I furtheracquaintthem with naval how can I get into VP-16'

aircraft was assigned to the
station. The Triple Nine awaits takeoff beside the three men who knew her Uniform Consultant Available
With Chief Morgan and AMCS- best. The pilots are (L-R) LCdr.; G. Weir, ABCS-AP J. Morgan and Jax-Naval Uniform Shop other related uniform items.
AP I.L.Shellhart in the cockpit it Lcdr. W.C. Forehand.
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Jax, Bldg. 27, from 9 'a.m. department of the main exchange
until 4:30 or call Ext. 3291 for .
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II Last Jax C-131 Departs to NaplesJax i ,k T 1

-
'Navy 140999 was one of the last aircraft to from sandwiches to critical

cleared for takeoff. make an occasional flight with an priority cargo.

With clearance grantedthe all enlisted crew. The pilots, Including Cdr. R.A. k Y f

station's last C.131 Two other local naval aviators Gibson, the newest plane commander I c:9!
rumbled down the runway who feel at home at the controls and the last crew yy,
of Triple Nine are LCdr. W.C. ADRI W.A. Goss, senior plane
June 12 another
closing
Forehand and LCdr. 'Guy' Weir. captain, ADRI II.W. Hope and
chapter in NAS Jax naval LCdr, Forehand piloted the B.L. Ballars-all gathered to bid
aviation history. aircraft for over 1,500 hours, and the old C-131 farewell. With the ,
"Naval aircraft, like naval LCdr. Weir had nearly as much Florida sun reflecting off her well F 'Aw ,kh
py4uI
personnel, are subject to transfer time in the plane's cockpit.All polished surface,she lifted off the
and Navy 140999-dubbed 'Triple the admirals who have runway and headed for service in
Nine' by the men who flew and served as Commander Fleet Air Naples, Italy.
Jacksonville and all commanding
maintained her
was no ex
ception. officers of the air station over the Triple Nine remains only a 1\i
Over the past 11 years Triple past 11 years have flown in the source of 'sea stories' for those
Nine had become as much part of aircraft. It has hauled everyone here who fjew and maintainedher
the station as the main gate or the from seamen to the highest during her years of service to

runways or the Old Blue Goose ranking VIP's..,and everything_. NAS Jax. Lt. (jg) Bill Dukiet points out some of the electronic intricacies of the
Special Services bus. r- P-3A 'Orion' to visiting midshipmen.
The aircraft was delivered to v
the Navy by Consolidated Aircraft .
in the fall of 1955 and was : .
flown by VIM at NAS Patuxent Eaales Host ,Midshipmen

River, Md., until early 1957 whenit ..,- .
was transferred to Fleet Air
Jax-A of aviation. Following l the
group midshipmen
Support Squadron Six at NAS
from various southern, colleges discussion period, ,the midshipmen
Jax. When the. squadron was
decommissioned in July 1959 the .. recently took ,a sidetrip from were given a tourof one
C-131 was transferred to the air their summer training and came of the squadron's aircraft.
station. aboard NAS for a '''look at the When the tour was finished, one

During the 11 years it was here, Navy's Air Arm. of the midshipmen asked how he
Triple Nine was flown by a Patrol Squadron 16 Executive could get in. Ltjg( ) Dave Spisso
number of plane commandersand I Officer, Cdr. Jim Wetzel, said, 'Well, in order to fly, you
crews and accumulated a welcomed the midshipmen and must take physical and mental
record of over 9,000 accident free ._ t briefed them on the missions and tests to qualify, and then the
,
hours. ...- accomplishments of patrol Navy will send you to Pensacolafor
.'' aviation. The squadron's junior Flight Training.
Over 2,000 of those hours were
flown by ABCS-AP Jack Morgan, : RL officers conducted a question and The midshipman answered, 'I
an enlisted pilot who reported ......... answer session for the visitors to know how to get into aviation, but
aboard one month after the further acquaint them with naval how can I get into VP-161

aircraft was assigned to the
station. The Triple Nine awaits takeoff beside the three men who knew her Uniform Consultant Available I

With Chief Morgan and AMCS- best. The pilots are (L-R) LCdr.; G. Weir, ABCS-AP J. Morgan and Jax-Naval Uniform Shop other related uniform items.
AP I.L.Shellhart in the cockpit, it Lcdr. W.C. Forehand. John D. Collier
Representative, Anyone wishing to see Collier
is available at the main exchangeNAS may do so in the uniform
Jax, Bldg. 27, from 9 a.m. department of the main exchangeor
'until 4:30 call Ext. 3291 for appointment.
: p.m.

FAST EXPERT REPAIRS FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS Collier will take orders for

custom-made uniforms for officers
and chief petty officers. irA
VOLKSWAGEN-PORSCHE These uniforms are expertly
tailored at the uniform shop in

Austin-Henley.. Flat Yolvo.Tri MpliDatsuR Brooklyn fitting,any N.Y.'He stock will uniforms also assistin at bachelor selfish, callous .
undeserving man who has
the exchange and help with
any cheated
some worthy woman
-Mercedes
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Jax Capt. John E. Kennedy efficient maintenance program. Carlton was promoted to CW02,
presented the Navy Achievement His unswerving devotion to duty and A01 Donald M. Smith accepted -
Medal to AEl Pete C. Martinez in during long hours on flight deck his appointment to
his office June 16. AEl Martinez and exemplary attitude enabled warrant officer in Capt. Ken-
earned the medal while attachedto him to glean the maximum from nedy's office June 16.
Light Photographic Squadron his men..As a result of his CW02 Carlton reported to
63, Detachment 19, embarked on resourceful trouble shooting NATTC in November 1968 and is
the USS Hancock (CVA-19)) as during preflight checks he phase officer IV at AE 'A'School.
maintenance petty officer from substantially contributed to the He, his wife Jaunita and their
Sept. I, 1969 to Feb. 15, 1970. detachment's outstanding three sons reside in Baldwin,Fla.
,,
.< ". \ -",' .'}<<. j The accompanying citation mission effectiveness. Petty WOl Smith must have felt a
:\ it.1't: rl :i'.. reads in part 'Utilizing his Officer Martinez' sense of pride and accomplishment -
and devotion to during the
exceptional self-acquired professionalism past
LCpl Mier accepts his promotion certificate from MATSG XO,
Maj. reflected credit week. He graduated from AO 'B'
knowledge."directly supervisedmuch duty great upon
John C. Weare, following his Meritorious Mast.
of the detachment's highly himself and were in keeping with School on Monday before accepting -
the highest traditions of the his appointment to WOl
United States Naval Service.' on Tuesday.It seems appropriatethat
Marines Receive Awards Promotionsstudent
Petty Officer Martinez, a he receive his appointmentat
student at AE B School, was NATTC Jacksonville, as he
SSgt. George W. White and Squadron 225, Marine 'Aircraft who was recently unaware that he had earned the completed AO 'A' School here in
SSgt.Willis P Tipton received the Group Eleven, First Marine promoted to his present rank and Navy Achievement Medal until 1961 shortly after he enlisted. '
Navy Achievement Medal with Aircraft Wing in Vietnam from also received a Merirorious Mast Thursday before the presen- WOl Smith is awaiting ordersto
Combat 'V' during separate January 19, 1969 to January 14, for upholding a good scholastic tation. He remarked that he Vietnam while his wife Sandra
ceremonies conducted last weekat average while on MATSG's Drill had put in long hours, but he did and their son wait out his tour of
MATSG. 1970.His citation reads in part, 'As Team. not think that he had done duty in Alabama.
SSgt. White, an instructor at Career Planner, SSgt. Tipton LCpl.Mier was commended for anything unusual. New Officers
NATTC's AO School, was cited exhibited an extensive knowledgeof moving up the ranks from a AppointmentsAt
for action while serving with Marine Corps programs and marching member of the drill joint promotion ceremonies The command welcomes
Marine Fighter-Attack Squadron education opportunities, as he team to assistant team com- attended by officers from AE and aboard two new officers.
122, Marine Aircraft Group skillfully interviewed and advised mander. AO School, W01 Wayne C. Cdr. Arthur S. Schlofman will
Thirteen, First Marine Aircraft young Marines of the ad- be relieving Cdr. Kunkle as
Wing from March 15, 1969 to vantages to be derived from a director of training. He, his wife
February 22, 1970. military career, thereby Supply Honors Twelvesuggestion Lily, their three children and
His citation states that while enhancing the reenlistment and three horses have moved down
serving as assistant ordnance extension rate of his squadron.' from Memphis and will reside in
NCO, Sergeant White 'personally Meritorious Mast Jax-Capt. E.A. Grinstead, improved the loadingand Green Cove Springs.Lt. .
ascertained the cause of missile Supply Officer, presented several unloading of material and M. Kirk Nelson reported
pylon malfunctions and devised Also in the news at MATSG is civilian employees with awards eliminated need for a mule train. aboard from the USS Oriskanyand
technical procedures for cleaningand LCpl. H.J.Mier,an AE 'A' School June 17.Charles. Each check was for $20. after will be at Phase IV, AO 'A'
repacking of pin connections J. Rudeen received a taxes. School. He, his wife Marianneand
which significantly increased his certificate recognizing his Employees receiving Superior their four children are busy
unit's ordnance drop rate and CorrectionJaxOops completion of a 70-hour basic Sustained Performance Awards getting settled at their new
enhanced his squadron's overall supervisory training course here.A include Mary Godfrey, super- residence.
operational capabilities.' Pardon our visor auditor in the inventory Leadership Class Graduates
SSgt. Tipton of the NAS Jax error. quality step increase was division; Mr. Australia Perry,
Shore Patrol received his medal On page 2 of last week's awarded to Afton S. Rawls, in- packer in the packing unit; MarieP.
for his work while serving with issue we retired NARF's ventory management specialist, Woods, supervisor in the Capt. Kennedy addressed
Marine All Weather Attack ADCS Roy Jackson Morris for his 'outstanding performanceof receipt control branch; Joanna Leadership Class 70-D at their
from the Navy. The ,assigned duties.' H. Catreete\ fiscal accounting Friday afternoon graduation and
caption acc6mpanying the Augustus Collins Jr. and Julian supervisor of the administrative presented certificates to E-5 and -
photo explained that Capt.D. Yancey shared a $60 beneficial branch, Food Service Division; E-6 members from NATTC, NAS,
H. Heile presented the suggestion award for their idea Mr. Carrol K. Hall, stockman in VA-174 and NAS Cecil Field.
Take Your Baby chief with a letter of for draining acid from batteries. the delivery section, traffic The honorman, AOl Ralph W.

commendation.The They suggested a battery drainer branch; and Kenneth Largey Cameron, Jr., is a student at AO
.-. caption should say that would save$216 a year and is packer in the packing unit. 'A' School.
that the chief who is a safer way of draining acid from
to receiving the letter of batteries. They each received a
a SpecialistWE
commendation is AEC check for $24 after taxes.
Charles E. Maher,Jr., who
MAINTAIN IT was transferred from VP- Benjamin Franklin and PeterJ.
WITH LOVING CARE 45 to NAS Whiting Field. Scray Jr. shared a $50 award
TOM lUSH Yolkswqenegeteq The squadron skipper, Cdr. for their suggestion to use a New
R. A. Mason presentedhim platform adapter for a small
squaw a letter of com- trailer to move materials bet-
mendation. ween buildings in the north area
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I What Is A Careless Driver? Displaced E yes Get Job An


A careless driver is many capable of bring destruction on everyone can fight Under New CSC Simplified Ring
things. He is a combination of the innocent the guilty and the A seat belt fastened before a
iron nerves and complete indifferent alike.Generally trip to the store could well save WASHINGTON (AFPS) The U.S. Civil Service Commissionhas
irresponsibility, a child's mind in he looks at his another trip to the hospital. approved substantive changes in its program for helping displaced -
control of a powerful machine.He driving from the point of view Prudence with pedals could save federal employes obtain other jobs in government. of While
is speed with a loud muffler, that'it can't happen to me'but in thousands of lives each year. An simplifying procedures to,separated the changes employes.will broaden the scope opportunities -
available
recklessnes with worn tires, the end it usually does. Truly he extra minute taken check can
misguiding a steel missile is a criminal but one that be 60 seconds between life and Changes approved by the have to be separated. "When
daath. commission are based on a suc- they cannot," he added, "we will
cessful pilot program conductedin see that such employes receive
commission's New York first consideration for vacanciesthat
region, and they reflect careful exist in other agencies."
consideration of the views ex Principal changes in the Dis
pressed by agency and employe placed Employe program approved -
III organization officials in response by the commission are:
to a recent proposal. -Previously, only career em
Announcing the commission's ployes received priority referralto
action Chairman Robert E. vacant jobs. Now career-con
Hampton said: "I wish to em- ditional employes will get pri-
phasize the fact that our objec- ority referral also.
tive is to strengthen and im priority referralswere
-In the past,
?.oR CRED prove an existing program, for made only in the commut-
TO SAVINGSEACCOyEE FOR we had a continuing concern for
to AIIO ing area, and the referral was
at alY AroD w NiortNA'F TMN OF PAY the job security of career em- extended beyond the local area
cMntor
I4waa fly r 7iINIRIptCA1ElAN rroggnen aAiiN ORCAHIIATION ployes. But while the changeswe only if the employe could not be
made should increase
COMPIEtEp have a locally. Priority referralswill
a placed
lYINt; displaced worker's chances to be
tNAly
i;" C how be made anywhere
"'q a* O NI2A considered for other jobs, we
aNyot """rqq LION within civil service region of
way, uwy one
to kb a wu'aH cannot make an absolute guar-" the employes choice, and if he
ay Ignly u o a antee of success in every case. desires, in the Washington,
4ny u/a q tA4/ol MN orI4q tion?a He said that, as in the past, D.C., area as well. '
MqI fa j "dggnelql 'n'n 4 dyy''qt .4 anb wy.r ap the commission will expect em- ,
\ Nr NM d tf'q : rltN Previously, displaced employes -
qanlgiu dy4tei ulgr/y .n f!C1'lI paw ploying agencies to do every- two
could apply for only posi-
y'a Ar Nt thing possible to help their displaced will now be consid-
ynw r N uW b k n/a ,hTd employes obtain other tions.ered for They to five occupationalareas
a up
a.e.Ky rly
tMnal jobs, preferably before they representing substantiallythe

aq full range of their occupa-
/ rA rpArga Nu.yqq v tional skills.In .
N 1 p .is the past, the Displaced
Employe program covered career -
'and career-conditional em
ployes displaced by reductionsin
Wmt an automatic force, and employes unable to
"MOTORSp.LENTY accept assignment to another
commuting area, plus certain
employes with competitive stat-
us who were serving in excepted.
positions when displaced. The
Used VW's new program includes all these
secondincome :. Reasonable67ANGLIA plus former employes receiving
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$640 employe compensation benefitsfor
4 speed, 4 cylinder, R&H. job-related illness or injury,
MUSTANG 1640 or receiving disability retirement
benefits (if under 60),
age
6 cylinder, Stick, R&H.
who have recovered or who have
65SIMCA $340 been restored to learning capacity -
4 door, 4 cylinder, 4 speed, .
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63 FALCON $280

Futura, 6 cylinder, Stick,
R&H. 14 POOL
61 VW SEDAN $380
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Nine NAS Officers to Retire at Ceremony Tomorrow I

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executive officer of VA P-62 here --, W -"'" ';' by a tour with CNAVANTRA at
Former MarineFormer r '
< : <
:1, \\1
and in July 1961 he began a three- ..., I- Corpus Christi.
Marine private, year assignment in Columbus, LCdr. Dobelstein has served
professional football player and Ohio as a Bureau of Weapons with the Air Operations Depart ,
WWII Navy scout and raider, representative to the North ment here since November 1969.
LCdr. Gustav W. Loll is con- American Aviation Company.
cluding Navy career that beganin Cdr. Berkey returned to fnt
June 1942 when he joined the Jacksonville in 1964 and reported
Marine Reserve. to Fleet Air as operations officer.
A native of Bridgeton, N.J., He became NAS administration
LCdr.Loll was an all-starfootball officer in July 1966.
player in high school At :
Muhlenberg College in Allen-
g Wl" tI<> '
Y
town, Pa., he was 'most valuable "'t'i' / kt ,o.LCdr .
and All-East ''' -
player' player. t
Loll began active duty'in 1944 +
when he was commissioned an

Ensign at NorthwesternUnivenity's """ \/ / WCfiiLcdr. \\, I,
Midshipmen School.

He completed Navy Scout and Lc4r. Marshallas Beddard
Raider School at Ft Pierce, Fla.,
and Advanced Naval Intelligence an ensign and was assigned as
He and his wife Mavis have six
in
School New York. flight maintenance officer with '
During the war he served Aircraft Transport Squadron 22. children and they live at 8015 ,/ .I'd
aboard the USS RockbridgeAPA LCdr. Marshall was assignedfor Jaguar Dr., Jacksonville.

( 228)) as scout intelligence, three years at Naples, Italy Dobeliteln t1
officer and took part in battles at before returning here in 1964. He E ,
Iwo Jima and Okinawa. has served as air maintenance Fighter Pilot Dobelstein) 'and his wife Sally
Released to inactive duty in officer since April"1967., live in Jacksonville with r,their
1946, Loll played 'professional s. LCdr. Robert E. Dobelstein is three children. :.."
football and was a sales managerfor ending a 23-year career which
a machinery company until WWII Hero Pilot Cdr. BerkeyHe began iiU947. More RttirtMtits
he was recalled to active duty in During the first year after he
July 1951. Winner of the Silver Star, is married to the former was commissioned LCdr. Page 12
Distinguished Flying Cross and Miss Anna Senkarik of Sanford, Dobelstein was a fighter pilot and
'>7' ii i\.;.. 9 Air Medal, Cdr. Ward Berkey Fla. They have three children electronics officer with VF-43. In
\ began his Navy career in and are presently living at 7336 June 1950, he transferred to VF-
;'i,';: December 1942. Pineville Dr., Jacksonville. 174.Dobelstein gttWkK tls DfaI1!
He was commissioned and served as flight r y.fiiOtlA"..,.-
iT' received his wings in 1944. During Enlisted as SR instructor at Corpus Chrisit for !
World War II he was a fighter two years. Following a tour with
pilot aboard USS Langley and Jacksonville-based VF-171 he
took part in the first carrier air LCdr. John R. Beddard, NAS served with FAWTULANT jI
strikes against Tokyo in air operations maintenace officer Detachment 'A' as training of- I WIN'italiC1IfIIIf
February 1945. He received the is ending a 31-year career. ficer, and with VF-102 as an all ps
Silver Star for heroism when he He joined the Navy as a seaman weather pilot.
helped sink a Japanese destroyeroff recruit and was commissioned a He was then assigned as flight
j jI Kyushu, Japan on April 7. lieutenant (jg) in 1961. instructor with VA-44 at iRr.r.IrRa.
In 1945 Cdr. Berkey began Jacksonville and as nuclear
training at landing signal officer weapons training officer with
school here and served as LSO at Throughout his enlisted career, FAETULANT Detachment 2. HONDAMOTORS
various shore installations and Beddard served in 'various*, Upon completing\ an aircraft,
aboard carriers before becomingan capacities such as plane captain, maintenance 'course at NATTC A CYCLES CO.
instructor in LSO proceduresat engineering chief and education Memphis, he served for three 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
Lcdr. Loll Pensacola.He chief with various squadrons and years at NAS Glenview followed FHOME 771-8244
qualified as a helicopter aboard ship.In .
He completed Air Intelligence pilot'in 1945 and was officer in-
School and served as air in- charge of a helicopter detach-
telligence officer aboard aircraft ment aboard USS Bataan duringthe 1961 he began flight trainingat MOVE INTO 'Tht SPOILER'
Pensacola. After he
was
carriers USS Valley Forge and Korean War. ...................................................... .....................
USS Bennington; and at NAS Qualified to fly jets, Cdr. commissioned he studied at San .".'.';/'...... ....................'.................................'i.......o.t
Olathe, Kan; Glenview, Ill.; and Berkey has been a photo, pilot Diego City College for three ,
Memphis, Tenn. with VFP-62 and officer-in- years. '-
He has been communicationsofficer charge of a photo detachment
here since January 1968. aboard USS Essex when the ship MATADOE
Loll is married to the former was involved in the landings in LCdr.. Beddard served at NAS
Miss Patricia Jones of Win- Lebanon and joined the Seventh Miramar and at San Diego before !+ .
chendon,Mass and they have six Fleet in support of Quemoy. his assignment here in August APARTMENTS
children. The plan to retire at During the Cuban Crisis he was 1966.
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6 as transport pilot. administration officer at NAS
WWII PrisonerLCdr. *
From 1954 to 1955 Cdr. Thomas Cecil Field and as executive m
served with VP-7 on deploymentto officer at NARTU Norfolk. _
Marshall E. Windham of North Africa, and as executive The commander returned to
the Aircraft Maintenance officer of the tank landing ship Jacksonville in 1969 to becomethe
Department enlisted in the Navyin USS Alameda County in the operations officer.
1940. For two years he served L Mediterranean.He Cdr. Thomas and his wife
aboard the USS Yorktown as an has served as administration Dorothy have two children and
aerial gunner and radioman.In officer at NAS Jax, the live at 7222 Hanson Dr., N.,
:
February 1942, he was operations officer with Weather Jacksonville.
captured by the Japanese duringan Reconnaissance Squadron 11,

attack on Pacific Island and MATS PilotLCdr.
was held prisoner for more than
Wendell C. Forehand of _
three and a half years. After the
war he served at NAS Brunswickand the Air Operations Department
later attended electronics joined the Navy through the V-12
school at Corpus Christi.L flight training program at the
University of the South at
Sewanee, Tenn. in 1943.
Cdr. Forehand
He began six months of pre-
Cdr. Kinder flight training at the University of He has flown world-wide

also served aboard two North Carolina and completed Military air transport missions
destroyers and with the Second added training at NAS Glenview, with a squadron at McGuire
AFB, N.J. and, during the Cuban
Marine Divison.In 111. and Bunker Hill, Ind.
Crisis he served aboard the
LCdr. Forehand
was commissioned -
November 1942 he
was 1'tCdt.
carrier Wasp as onboard delivery
promoted to warrant officer in 1946 and began a
pilot of the C-1A Trader.
while serving with the First year of operational training at
LCdr. Forehand began his tour
NAS Jacksonville and Cecil
Marines and was involved in the
here in 1963 with the Overhaul
Field. He attended officer
activation of the First Marine
Raider Regiment in New electronics school Norfolk, and and Repair Department and was
h Hebrides in the Pacific. General Line School at Monterey, assigned with the Operations
stations Thomas Calif.From Department in 1968.
included
.. Following duty
'
x. 'headquarters for Commander

i ) South Pacific on New Caledonia

.AJ M.ft....l' and.at Hospital AdministrationSchool the BOOK SHELF
lJIIiJ t tj: in Bethesda.
./-.1, : Cdr. Kinder, who is one of the
Navy's top golfers, won the All- ''I
Lcdr. Windham Navy Open Golf Championshipsin
1955 and 1957.
LCdr. Windham _
was com-
The Kinder family lives at 7426
missioned in
1956.
September -
-
Pineville Dr., Jacksonville.
Since then he has served with The following books are for a secret that died with him. baseballs greatest hitters. From
VAH-1, VP-16, VP-30, and on the mystery buffs only: When reaches home, he finds a his boyhood when he used to
staff of Commander in Chief, Held In Russia Double Identity by George lovely redhead whom he must accompany his mother, a
Atlantic. Harmon Coxe. Pilot Alan murder to protect himself. Salvation Army worker, in her
LCdr. Windham has been here Cdr. Charles M. Thomas is Carlisle goes to Surinam for a Your Golden Jugular by Will work; to his early days in the
since 1968.Top retiring after 28 years in the flying job, but is mistaken for the Squerent. The first in a series of minor leagues, his two tours as a
Navy. He was commissioned at missing heir of a wealthy man whodunits featuring a tired, lazy Marine Corps pilot in WWII and
Pensacola in 1943. who is on his deathbed. When the old detective who moves very Korea, to his performance the
Navy Golfer He served with Patrol real heir turns up murdered, slowly and carefully to get his star of the Boston Red Sox, Mr.
Squadron 131 on deployments to Alan is deep in a murder case man. His search for a missing Williams has given us an in-
Cdr. James W. Kinder, retiring South America and Alaska. In which he must solve to clear heiress involves blackmail and tensely personal look at what if
after '43 years, enlisted in the January 1945, he was forced to himself. pornography and leads to the feels like to be the man behind the
Navy and became a hospital bail out of his plane over Russia The Amazing Mrs. Pollifax by discovery ofblood-feuds betweenthe legend.In .
corpsman. and was held there for six Dorothy Gilman. The heroine of Mafia and an American first
; He served at the Navy Hospital months. .: The Unexpected Mrs. Plifax hasa family. Sugar Ray Sugar Ray
Pharmacy on American Samoa He returned to become a flight new assignment in Turkey, The Blessing Way by Tony Robinson has told his storywith
.. and his first sea duty was aboard instructor at Pensacola and was where she is asked to aid in the Hillerman. Bergen McKee, a unusual candor. Here is a man
the battleship USS Nevada. He later assigned with VR-and VR- escape of a famous double agent. professor of Navajo witchcraft, who grew up in the Depression in
Finding herseii in an increoioiy finds he has real witches to deal the ghettos of Detroit and New
zany situation, she outwits the with after the death of his York and made over four million
MILITARY and CIVILIAN enemy and wins the admirationof colleague and of Luis Horseman. dollars (and spent it) during his

........................................ all. McKee shows great courage in career. More important, it tells
What Did Hattie See? by Kelly this suspense-filled novel of little known facts about the boy
ARRANGE LEAVE VACATIONWITH Roos. The brilliance and daring, set in the canyons of who was terrified of elevators, a
audacity that made Jake Lombardy the Navajo reservation.At young G.I. who together with Joe
SOMEONE lACK HOMELET one of New York's most Bat: The Story of My Life Louis battled against racial
successful talent agents serve by Ted Williams with John Un- discrimination, a champion who
US ARRANGE/ WITH him well when he steals a derwood and Sugar Ray by Sugar refused a million dollars to throwa
Velaquez worth millions. A man Ray Robinson with Dave An- fight,and a very human person,
.
Helpful Travel Tips Facts On Required lies dead in the museum, but derson. The Ted Williams story devoted to his familly and to
R& R Documents For.Speclal Lombardy's identity, he'hopes, is gives us a personal look at one ofPOLYESTER life.
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NASJacksonvilie for publication the following Thursday Ads

AFTERBURNER r arriving too late for this deadline will be

NAS.. Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the BLUEJACKETS INN
publisher is Instructed otherwise. A check or
money order for the full cost of the ad must be Ronnie and the Soul Society will be the featured artists at the EM

received WITH the copy for the ad. club tonight through Sunday. Lorenzo's Soul Treatment will be appearing -

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 Monday evening, and on Tuesday the Camelots will take the

Jacksonville, Florida r Per additional line ((4 words per line) SO Cents stage. The Four of Clubs will provide the entertainment on .Wed'
nesday evening.


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the Altones will be on hand to entertain you on Saturday

SERVICE WIVES FOR SALE
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS Admiral AM-FM Stereo Phono CPO CLUB
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or Console $125. RCA Color TV 18 In. AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast

1022 Park Street, 35H888.SALESMAN $275.Portable 2645162., $300. 10 Ft. Sailing Dinghy, and West Coast 353-3691. Tonight's entertainment will be provided by Mel Gaden, and

tomorrow evening there will be dancing to the Clubs. Saturday, Mel

WANTED SINGER 515 Gaden returns to the club and Sunday the Clubs will again be on hand.
Part time to work Naval Air im CLASSIC 770
Sewing machines
$15 each. Single Rambler. Radio, Heater, Automatic,
Stations prospects. Call Don Kirk, 733-
automatic $62. Beautiful Stereo $68. OFFICERS CLUB
6700. AC. 39000 Actual Miles, Clean As Newin
1606 Main St.'IIigAi9i.
and out. $750. Can be financed. Tel.
'772-0773. Tonight is Beefeaters Night at the Officers Club from 6 to 9 p.m., and

BANK TELLER ; : tomorrow evening there will be a seafood buffet. Saturday night is

teller.Bank 5 Call Points Mrs.area. Feagin.needs 3533171.part time ![ : il( Stars and Bars from 5:30: to 7:30: with dinner from 6 to 10 and dancing

to Tom Holbrook. The Cocktail lounge is open on Sunday from 11 a.m.

BE YOUR OWN BOSS to 11 p.m. and Monday starts Old Milwaukee Days.
Money making business at home MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea

raising live bait for fishing. Ex. ( Mobile Home Park) '/* Mile FRA 91Tonight's
perienced Clay Co. worm grower will North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near
provide advice and stock of African schools and shopping center. Clean,
0000 shuffleboard tournament will get underway at the usual
Nightcrawlers and red wigglers; alsoa and reasonable rates. Manager on
list of over 250 potential customers. premises. Children and pets time of 7:30: p.m. Red Edwards and the Altones will be appearing
Write for pamphlet 'All About Worms'or welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3846264. tomorrow evening at 8, and Sunday night's entertainment will be

Box call 205 2892313.Middleburg Gateway, Florida.Bait Market 32068. provided by Jim Mann and the Goodtimers, starting at 7:30.: Tuesday

JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Q-If a veteran sells his night is Ge Night. Lunches and dinners are being served Tuesday

DO YOU HAVE 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern home obtained under a G.I. through Sunday. FRA welcomes all those who wish to come out for an
trailer and Apt. 3893007. loan and obtains a release of liability evening- fun and relaxation.
Spare Time on your hands? Turn from the VA will he be
these hours into cash by conducting
eligible for another G.I. loan
Beeline Fashions Home Style Shows.
at his new location?
Call now. 7815572. RIVERVIEW MOBILE HOME PARK
For Rent Riverfront mobile home A-No. The granting of a release 1KE5 '
spaces for people who care. Quiet, of liability by the VA does
TEENAGE GIRL WANTED large shaded lots: with large patios, not make the veteran eligiblefor
Light housework, 2 hrs. a day (at paved streets, excellent drinking restoration of his loan en- ::7'( K4N IN YOUR
quarters on NAS) $1.00 an hour, Have water & no mosquitoes. Free boat titlement. This can ba done only
own transportation. Call 7718188. dockage. Adults only. 12 miles So. of by having the lender release the
NAS Jax on Hwy 17 at Black Creek VA as guarantor of the loan.
Ph. ((904)) 2843369. Green Cove
This is
PART-TIME NAVY MEN Springs. usually accomplished by ATRTS
To clan: cars. Good wages. Apply requiring the new buyer to obtain -
6566 Normandy Blvd.HELPWANTED his' own financing on the,


SECRETARY FEMALE El 1fl";;' :I}REAL> w'oaaw:4.Fxa: : ESTATE::oM
Vought Aeronautics Co. NAS Cecil time and need a physical check- 5r ,..
Field has an opening for a secretary to up. Will VA doctors give me
regional manager. Must have abilityto FOR SALE OR RENT one?
meet people, well-groomed, sharp, RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your A- No. The VA provides free
required 50 words a minute typing. 80 equity or let us rent your home. medical or physical examina-
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for
per minute shorthand. For personal tions, as necessary, only: to determine -
list. Call Powellor
map, sales and rental
interview contact Mr. S.G. Ramsey at WESTSIDE
whether a condition is
781.19408 to 4:30, July 8, 9 & 10 or send Mills, USN Ret. 264-2411.
service-connected when needed
ORANGE PARK REALTY ;
resume to Mr. S.G. Ramsey, Howard
Johnson Motor Lodge 6545 Ramona MILITARY, FREE NOTARY. for Government life insurance VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Blvd., Jax Fla. purposes; or when application is ,
Vought Aeronautics an LTV, made for hospital or domiciliarycare. .
Aerospace Co. 'HIDDEN WATERS' SELLING USED CARS
A Quality company of Ling Temco Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots
available. Excellent fishing, boating,
Inc.
Vought
who draws
Q-Is
Mobile Home Also, a woman
swimming. area.
LTV an equal opportunity employer. permanent home area. High, wooded VA benefits as a widow of a
lots. E.Z Terms. One mile E. Lake veteran entitled to an extra $50 100% GUARANTEE
Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. allowance if she becomes a pa-
: : :+roa }.w: :! tient ha nursing home?
1t:]! ;!.dff! !i ]ll A-Yes.

FOR SALE
Small cottage. 3 Rooms & Bath. 5733 VOLKSWAGENS

BE A RADIO OR LaMoya Ave. Walking distance of K Q-I injured back whileon
my
ANNOUNCER Mart at Wesconnett & Blanding Blvd.
$75 down $50 per month. Owner 771- active duty about two years
leading an.
Recorded message by
UP
3717. ago, and it is beginning to $700 J
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. from -
355-2944. bother me agajn. Can the VA
INVESTMENTHave help me 1AYou

GEORGE'S KENNELS $30,000 Triple it fast with should contact your 63's
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand secured investment In local land nearest VA office, file a claim
delivery Est. 1925. Poodle subdivision. Large lake lot free. 387- and establish that your ailmentis Thru
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 7379.
service-connected. Any honor- 69's ;
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and ,
ably separated veteran who
) 3890064.
Edgewood
NEW HOMES 235 served during the Vietnam era is -o--e
Low down, Low payments. Rentals eligible for admittance to a VA
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS. and Sales. Louise T. Bailey, Broker hospital on the same basis as
Consoles some with AM FM, tape Ph..771-3605 or 2468253. ,other war veterans. ...WEEKEND SPECIALS...
players. At dealers cost to liquidate \
stock. Full,warranty! phone 771.0409. .
67 CORVETTE $2895Yellow

5 pc. Samsonite FOR SALE luggage (ladies); -::; -:.: :;)RENTALS: ;..' : j,' 1i:,.:: J 1 J ,' Nice! I
Spanish Guitar; Sky Diving Equip 69 CAMERO Coupe $2895Hugger
ment. Phone: 388-6470.
j ( Orange, Black Top. Console Auto trans.,

BEAGLES ORANGE PARK Factory air, Power steering, Power disc brakes, R8.H. .....
Must to believe
see !
AKC registered. weeks old. Ph. 781- 2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn.,
1413 after 5 week days anytime Dishwasher, Carpets, Drapes. 69 TORINO GT $2795Racing'
weekends.AIR Elizabeth Apts., 771-1405 or 771-3355 FATHER'S DAY

All Year at Green. Console Auto. trans., Factory air,
CONDITIONING SERVICE Power steering, Power disc brakes, R&H.
FURNISHEDAPARTMENT DEER SPRINGS ESTATESState
Auto AC, central & window units
Near NAS Jax and Cecil. One BR.,
serviced & repaired. Swimming pool, $65. 771,0348. Rd.21 Ie.Keystone Hit WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
Tylers Heating &Air Conditioning 45minutiffromJaxPtriMMRt
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore) 'Home, uttt
388-5161\ COUNTRY LIVING MOIILE HOME SITES
2BR., & 3BR., Furn. Duplex off CltarwOtriwiniminrHUN1IN6' INC.
Rlcker Rd. $80 & $90 month. $25 MATING -
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRCall deposit. 725-0574 or 7723112. flSh'I.luI' i Irearw. ,
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ft. delivery. A.1 Sewing Machine, Inc. CAU 0'APPOINTMENTClydeW.Simpson&Co. ,
Open Daily 1 to 1:30- Saturday 8 to S. .

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PAGE 14 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER JUNE 25, 1970Awards


Public Works Scab. Receives
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Unit Commendation AwardJaxE02


Re-Ups Edward L. Muse, foot crosswind runway and
assistant dispatcher with Public associated facilities at Chu Lai;
44 Works Transportation, was and built the LST-LCU facilities
.af presented the Navy Unit Com- at Cua Viet and Dong Ha. They
At VW.4 p mendation ribbon for service performed vital construction for
rd with the 30th Naval Construction the 3rd Marine AmphibiousForce

Regiment in Vietnam. Special Forces and other
Awards and reenlist-
Jax
LCdr. S.R. Stokes, assistant Free World Forces in the I Corps;
ments were among the ,,, tE a Public Works officer
presentedhim and completed cantonments,
highlighted activities at VW-4
I the ribbon and accompanying administration buildings, and
recently. citation at Bldg. 902 communication structures for
ATN3 Benjamin V. Smith : June 18.The Game Warden and Market Times
received the 2nd 14th
through
regiment received the unit bases in the II, III, and IV Corps
combat strike-flight awards for
commendation for construction
action. His citation areas.
Vietnamese
support from September 1,1966 to
read in part, 'For meritorious 'a C r g ro w" f. July 31, 1967. Petty Officer Muse 'The outstanding per-
achievement in aerial flight as a and others who served within the severance, professional com-
door gunner while serving with < regiment during that time were petence and devotion to duty
Helicopter Attack (Light) commended for their 'out- displayed individually and
Squadron Three during missionsin QUEEN'S ESCORT -- Drill Team member AN Jim Johnson poses standing technical competence, collectively by the Seabees of the
support of combat operationsin with newly crowned Watermelon Queen Debby Bartley and last year's zeal and determination in the 30th Naval Construction
Southeast Asia North in the execution of the
against queen Sally Kline.Jaxson. face of seemingly impossible Regiment
Vietnamese and Viet Congcommunist obstacles. .planning and assignments, reflect great credit
aggressors from July upon themselves and the United
executing major construction
9,1968 to May 5, 1969. His courage Lancers Attend operations estimated at more States Naval Service.'
and to in the face
devotion duty than $25 million which produced Petty Officer Muse spent 18

of hazardous in flying with the conditionswere Watermelon FestivitiesJax vitally required facilities, months with Construction Battalion -
keeping highest primarily in the I Corps Tactical Maintenance Unit 301, a
traditions of the United States
Naval Service.' Saturday was probablythe Fla., arriving just in time to Zone.' unit of the regiment, and
busiest day the Jaxson escort the young ladies com- The citation further states that reported for duty here November

Smith has been recommendedfor Lancers,NATTC's precision drill peting for the title of Queen of the 'working around the clock, the 1969.
the Marine Corps Cross of team has had In many months. Newberry Watermelon Festivalto regiment completed the Muse is married and has three
Gallantry, and he wears combat They attended not one but two dinner. critically-needed tactical 4,500- children.
wings representing 386 combat watermelon festivals. After dinner, the young ladies
flight hours. Saturday afternoon the Lan- were escorted to the American StvdtHts EHttrtai PatitNts
cers thrilled a crowd of ap Legion Hall where they en-
AEC Thomas G. Armstrong proximately 10,000 on the streetsof tertained more than 1,500 people I

reenlisted 13-year for veteran two years is.Friday.The VW-4's. were Chiefland hypnotized, Fla.by Kids the of spinning all ages while title. competing for the beauty At Hospital Yaritty ProgramJax

Avionics Division chief petty Ens. Mary Kallas of the NAS
rifles and flashing bayonets.
-The JacksonvilleChapter hostesses.Mrs. .
officer and has been in the
Immediately after the paradethe Communication Department was DAR hosted a variety show for .
squadron since reporting here Carl E. Stewart, a
the
of the three with
one judges
Lancers rushed to Newberry,
veteran patients at the NAS descendant of
from VA-15 at Cecil Field six unenviable task of choosing one Francis Scott Key,

months ago.ADR2 Wives Sail Alto Tees of the beauties to reign for the Hospital members served June refreshments 16. Chapter to was present to give flag decals.

Albert R. Hettrick coming year. the patients and distributed small Mrs. Pollock, who handles
Jax Car owners can save a After deliberation Miss
long
,
shipped over for four years last trip downtown and buy their new chosen to gifts donated by local banks. public relations for the
Debby Bartley was
week to his nine of The hour-long variety show Jacksonville Chapter DAR
adding
years Florida state license plates at the receive the honor. The lucky was
naval service. As a flight Not New Shop in the Red Cross escort was AA Jim Johnson. was arranged by student the chairman for the en-
engineer on the 'Super Con- volunteers from local high tertainment committee. She
builsing July 121.
Sunday morning, an
Early
stellation' aircraft, ADR2 Het- The Navy Wives Club exhausted but drill team schools. They included attributed support for the variety
happy
trick has served with the N.W.C.A. Jax 86) is guitarists, singers and show to Mrs. Ava Hamilton, who
( sponsoringthe rolled aboard NAS with one
Hurricane Hunters for six majorettes. handles lectures and motion
sale and will to
proceeds go thought in mind, 'When is the
months. fund. Guests of honor were Mrs. pictures. Mrs. Hamilton raised
the N.W.C.A. scholarship
next watermelon festival?
William 0. Kerns, National DAR money for their Veteran Patients
chairman for Veteran Patients, Fund by showing a movie she
and Mrs. Harold R. Franken- filmed in Africa 15 years ago at
burg, State Regent. Mrs. John M the Prudential Auditorium. Mrs.
Register, Mrs. T.F. Pollock and Hamilton has travelled Africa for
chapter officers were the Geographic Magazine.



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F 1 I A 4 F tit

Security Department Protects Ih"i <



Personnelby f b.,
Station Property,


Its is with Aircrash Fire Branches.
SN Johnnie Rodgers mam concern IL Tt_
t training personnel in proceduresfor The Fire Prevention and In-
Jax-The multi-million dollar nuclear accidents and in- vestigation Branch conducts ,
cidents, but the division has instructions, drills and in-
complex of a naval air station i's
facilities to help keep the station spections to remind personnel of ;
must be fully equipped to handle
any type of emergency-from functioning in almost any type of the importance of being alert to ;
situation. fire hazards. The division is
emergency
hurricanes to sabotage and at t
.
Control headed of the foremost ,
While the Disaster by one '
tack-that might disrupt its
smooth and efficient functioning. Divison works primarily with firechiefs in the Navy, D. R.
Under the direction of LCdr. 0. catastrophies and emergencies Moran.
C, Andersen, the Security causing widespread damage, the The Police-Guard Division s' '
Department's job is to enforce Fire Division is specifically headed by Mr. D. L. Loudermill,
rules and regulations set down by concerned with the direction and and its five braches are most
t both the commanding officer of administration of programs in thought of in connection with the
the station and the federal, state fire prevention and safety, and Security Department. Last year,
and local governments of the with the combat of structural and over 10 million vehicles passed
area in which the station is aircraft fires. The General Fire through the gates of the air
located.To Branch has taken the place of the station, and the Police Branch,
Structural Firefighting and the responsible for the control and :
function at its peak, the
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT-LCdr. 0, C. Andersen,,as security officer .
department must cover several must have full knowledge of all activities under his control. He
different but related areas. ua
and his staff are well briefed in all areas of his command.
Crime and fire control and

prevention, traffic control, NBC direction of this traffic, used Other safety programs ,and
defense and disaster control are w 44k prescribed means' of Investigating lectures offered include a traffic
all part of the department's and dealing with safety program for motorcycle
operations. The' department is traffic violators and accidents. operators, and a lecture and fim
divided into six divisions to entitled 'Invitation to Violence' .
handle specific areas. Safety InstructionOne designed to inform women of
The defense of the area from way of handling traffic emergency protection.
attack, natural and man-made violators after the weekly traffic
disasters is the responsibility of hearings is by assigning them to Besides their work in traffic
the Disaster Control Division. complete an eight-hour course in control the police protect per-
The personnel of this division are defensive driving, the National sonnel from crime, riots and
trained to take appropriate action Safety Council Approved other disturbances and conductof
in working with dangerous Defensive Driving Course. This initial investigations within its
materials and under unusual course, according to police jurisdiction.The .
circumstances, and in coor- 1. sergeant U.F. Bonds, Is not
dinating emergency operationsboth designed to teach personnel how Drivers Test Branch is also
aboard the station and in to drive, but to give an insight concerned with traffic control. It
neighboring communities. into potential dangers of the road works to regulate government
and to advise on how to combat vehicles by licensing those
these dangers.The capable of operating them.
course is not limited to Without qualified and safe
.1. traffic violators; all military operators the government
personnel are required to have vehicle accident rate would soar. .
.'.
.,', J'.o."Sr.\\'; taken advantage of the course at This branch examines, tests, V -"
-'" ;: some time during their enlist- trains, and licenses some 5,000
CAROUSEL OBILE HOMES ments. Any other groups and operators annually. In addition,
... 1970 MODELS organizations aboard the stationare some 1200 government vehiclesare
One Week Special I also welcome to participatein given periodic safety inspections
12 wide, 2 br $3380 the course. annually.

60X12, 2br $4195 rL M r : ra


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64X12, 3br $4695
64X 12, 3br, /2bth|' $4495
AT THE GATES-Marine sentries see more than 10 million vehicles
5936 Phillips Hwy. 733-6700 pass through the Main and West Gates of the air station annually.

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER
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(Continued from Page 16)) I II II II
InvestigationsThe Always on the alert for NARF Conducts I II
potential dangers to NARF, the I I
Investigative Branch of the 24 guards of the Guard Branch
Police-Guard Divison also playsa last year foot-patrolled over 1 Youth ProgramJax
large role in station security by million sq. ft. of the Rework

investigating and reporting on for Facility. They are responsible In conjunction with and
criminal acts and preparing traffic control, parking and support of the President's Youth M'"Q
reports on motor vehicle accidents general security, checking areas Opportunity Programs, 158
sonic boom damages, for negligence and conducting youths between the ages of 16 and
claims against the government, vehicle and package searches to 22 began summer employmentwith
and line of duty investigations.Last safeguard against the theft of NARF last week. An additional I
year, the branch In. government property. 73 youths will begin I I
vestlgated over 14 llne-of The Security Department is similar employment with the
-duty cases also in charge of the Marine Station, other commands, and
Last year, the branch investigated Guard and Shore Patrol divisons. activities based aboard begin r
over 14 line-of-duty The to Guard's primary mission is ning July 1. A (
cases to determine provide perimeter and i iD ie
the liability of The program places particular
auto accident victims. An investigation classified area security for the emphasis on providing summer
of a case consist of station. The Marine Gate Sentry employment for less fortunate
viewing area diagrams, taking has been the only section of the high school and college students, _
guard force
photographs if it is convenient, to retain a totally with the achievement of this goal
locating and interviewing wit military work force. being enhanced by providing .
nesses and gathering evidence.The The Shore Patrol aids in the them with both educational and .y
maintenance of law and order In
investigators also handle civil trraining opportunities.
fingerprinting for the Station. communities together with Youths for the local programare
The Badge-Vehicle registration their own authorities. In 1969 the employed through the Station
Branch headed by Mrs. Wilda N. Shore Patrol patrolled over Civilian Personnel Department,
Robey, issues passes, badges, than 400,000 miles, processed more along with two high school .
vehicle registrations and Armed 196 civil offenses of military guidance ,counselors to conduct
Forces identification to personnel, and apprehended their counseling and training
authorized personnel. In the Pass over2,400 military personnel for during the period June 15 through CREDIT UNION OPENS-RAdm.
and I.D. office, Mrs. Hattie M. violation of UCMJ Articles. Sept: 30.Beginning. mander Fleet Air Lawrence Heyworth Jr., com.
Stewart The Administrative Division her fifth Jacksonville/ signs a membership application at the ;
clerk typist, issues year as a New Jax Navy Federal Credit
Union.
coordinates the activities of the RAdm. Heyworth was the
civilian badges, maintains guidance counselor with the featured
civilian employee identification other divisions by handling program here at NAS this year is speaker at the Credit Union's open house and ribbon cutting
ceremony Saturday
paperwork and assigning clerks Mrs. Charlotte morning. Watching the procedure are Mrs.
records, and registration files of Stewart, employed Heyworth and Credit
Union
pets and small arms authorized and secretaries to the divisions. during the regular school officials Rod Pinney (L) and Don Athern.
aboard. All work is reviewed by the administrative year as a guidance counselorwith

She also processes I.D. cards supervisor, Mr. L.F. Joseph Stilwell Junior High, :
for most of the commands here. Hysmith, who is, responsible to and Mrs. Connie Rogerson, from
More than 193,000 I.D.'s of all the security officer for the ad. New Stanton Senior High, who HIREPAN 13.
types were issued in 1969,and this ministrative work of the begins her third year.AFCM'Sparks.
year's figures will include those department.
badges given to members of the Through the department's ,..8..f..1 E.fc, t E.ry'C.1
organization it can provide the
AuWShop. Those
personnel must WE SPECIALIZE IN VOLKSWAGENS
have their identification reissued most effective coverage of the
two various areas it is responsiblefor To ,Receive DRIVES
every years. LIKE NEW
Mrs. Kay Olds, traffic control and is the station's best 595
clerk, supervises in the upkeep of possible source of defense and 63 DODGE DART

police reports, issuing of vehicle support. Unit AwardJax Automatic Transmission, Radio & Heater
decals, registration and checkinof
personnel. Traffic violation The Navy Unit Commendation 67)/W $1195
tickets and related correspon WIIUJtM IS NEEDLESS Medal will be 66 VW SEDAN 3 to choose from $1095
dence are processed by this of. IJ ,vfElmAEA'17) presented to AFCM Barton H. '65 VW SEDAN $995
fice. j't) ,.;:" VIJIJf Sparks during a special awards 5506 PHILIPS HIGHWAY

\ #,' '. t.t. ceremony ceremony will tomorrow.be conducted The by PHONE: (Office) 398.0171 (Night) 733.0476

Jax s Greatest .: ; I." \\I' Capt. W.J. Pressler Jr., commander .
.
FURNITURE "= .:.:' Fleet Air Wing Eleven.
Chief Sparks earned the award

Values! \ I, while serving aboard the USS We loana
: America with VA-86. His citation
WHOLESALE reads in part, 'For exceptionally
PRICE TO EVERYONE WESTSIDE meritorious service from May 12
to Nov. 20, 1968 while engaged in million
OPEN RENTALS combat support operations
E v F R Y | 1 5829 BLANDING BLVD. against North Vietnamese effortsto
, DA T support the insurgency in the
i We haveTrailers Rbpublic of Vietnam, extensive
4 SUNDAYTIL e damage and destruction upon dollarsday

ft P.MSURPLUS enemy supply lines, seriously
impeding the flow of men and
material to the South.

GOODS) AFCM Sparks is the leading every
chief of Commander Fleet Air
DISCOUNT I STORE Wing Eleven. He works in the
I Logistics, Maintenance and
MS Beach Blvd )! < .'66. 772.8417' Supply Support Department. When you're big enough to loan that much

every day, you're big enough to say "yes"to
almost tny money need. So, if you need

,money for car ,repairs, house repairs, or if
want to make leave real vacation
you your a ,
Right now, you're only 10 minutes away come to Aetna.

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

help whenever we can. So, if you need cash,

whatever the reason, stop by, or call. *.;:
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(Where the Good Life is included I in the rent) : "':.,i t AETNA ,



We have 6 (yes six) swimming pools. 0 And-.. 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville, Fla. FINANCE
2 tennis courts 0 Plus shuffleboard and bad Phone:781.3818
minton 0 With congenial young neighbors to ,.. RENTING HOURS: ,
help enjoy them. 0 All only one block from 1 '' Mon. Thru Sat.: 8.30-6:30: ( : ; Sun. 1-6:30: When money manors, Aetna's got what it takes '
golf and an elementary school-with other I > DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd.,
schools, shopping centers and boating minutes ; turn right on San Juan..Continue past 3 Convenient Locations
away. You can get to Cecil Field or the a 'j'1fG Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown ; ; -turn left to apartments. 8006 Lem Turner Road
Jacksonville in 15. D Apartments have indi .
and air conditioning : Phone: 768-0501
vidually controlled heating ...'
carpeting draperies, and sliding glass o RLEN
door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can 5551 Normandy ,
move into a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment! today. I Phone: 748-0191 ;
Furnished or unfurnished. $ .I.L"GJi WOOD .
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fNa.Aai 4 +.' asp Bernier, Mills Win


NAVY SPORTS In Exchange TourneyJaxBill


.I! Bernier of NARTU topped a field of 188
golfers over the weekend with a scratch 67 to take top
Fliers Win 1, Drop h honors in the Navy Exchange Pro Shop tourney over the
station links.
r Bernier finished three shots ahead of Cecil Fields's
YI! I 3 in Tyndall/ Tangle a Pat Grosskupf for the top prize of a wrist watch.
Grosskupf's round of 70 was good for second in the men's
Jax--The Jax Navy softball squad came out on the J "< il low gross competition and a pair of Arnold Palmer
short end of a four game encounter with Tyndall AFB sunglasses.In .
here over the weekend, dropping two straight Friday the women's low net play, Alice Mills toured the
night, and then splitting a doubleheader Saturday.In YbwS course with an 83 to earn herself a watch from the ex
change. An 86 gave Edna Kinder second and a pair of
Friday's Tyndall
opener
Jax team at the plate with a two binoculars.
FI grabbed a three run edge in the
\ second inning on three hits and for four day. Restor Bryan Harry Bolan's low net 63 earned him a golf bag while
then held on to top the Fliers 3-1 (Hospital) took the loss. J.R. Smith came,up with a 65 for second and a dozen golf
at-
Coach Frank McCaffrey
at Mackroth Field. John Lit. balls.
tributed the loss to 'some loose
tleton (NATTC) tagged with
the loss on four was hits although he playing on the part of the Fliers Other low net finishers and their awards are: Third
fanned eight of the 'visitors. He also commended his squad as i place: RAdm. L. Heyworth and P.E. Gallop 66's, 6 golf
,The lone Flier run came in the some new players that 'are balls; Fourth place: Bob Clements, Bob Floyd, Mike
seventh after Tommie Bowie willing to play' The coach said )l' Nanuele and J.D Stewart, 67's, golf balls; Fifth Place:
his team. ,is showing marked, '
and then scored on a 1
single tripled by Littleton. improvement in each series. J.C. Hoydic, C.W. Butts, Thomas C. Miller, W.A.
In the, nightcap Friday 'Jax Saturday's .heat forced both ': .' Sadowski and David Oglesby, 68's, 2 golf balls. I
'
was handed a 7.2 loss despite out games to be<-cut to five inning The women's low net golf bag went to' Bernice' Anderson
hitting the Tyndall squad 8-7. The affairs, with the local squad /. ). ".. ;ij" who fired a 69. Mickey Hall won a dozen golf
... ...'
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Fliers' first on BillChristian's taking the opener 2-0 behind the ... ,,
score came
balls with a 71 for second place. Julie Williamson pickedup
.. :
four hit shutout performance of > ,ee.
'S > .\
(Weapons) hit that ; ."? \ 'I ,. half dozen balls for Third with 72 while
drove in Kenny Hendrick (VW-4)) Littleton. """.7llrr'iSUNSHINE j >#' ..._... .. a golf place ,
Tommy Bowie (ComFair) drivein Stewart opened the fourth STATE Feast four golf balls were won by Julie Uitti with a 73. Marion
Jerry Stewart of VP-45 for the inning with a single and then your eyes on a typical-Florida Miller and Margaret Ownes tied for fifth with a 76 to win
final Flier score. Stewart led the scored on a Larry King (MATSG) scene a pretty girl and a 2 golf balls apiece.Of .
hit. King then scored the secondrun .
palm tree.Corvette
on an infield error. the 188 participants, 149 played with an establishedclub
4526 120th St. In the final of the four game Group handicap, while the remaining 39 played under the
series with Tyndall, the visitors Callaway System.Intramural .
whipped the Fliers 74. Rich Slates MeetThe
Jbl Glass Crosby (NARTU) turned in the Softball'.. Playoff Starts Today
tWMlNNMHMIMIM best performance at the plate North Florida Corvette
I NHIININM with a two for three record while Association announces that it will Jax-VP-45's Red Darters and in the American League, faces
Cleaners I laundry Bryan took the loss. hold a night gymkhanna race at the Naval Air Technical Training ADMED for fourth place in the
Tomorrow the Fliers travel to Gator Speedway Monday night. Center tangle this evening at 7 American League and a chanceto
Washers NAS Albany in Georgia for a four Entrants are expected from all o'clock at Mackroth Field for the earn a berth for the station
50 Dryers min.) game weekend series. over the state so only the first 100 American League intramural intramural championship i.
s Mon.-Fri. 8:30-8:30 entrants will be allowed to run. softball title. John Littleton has playoffs.The I
Sat. S 10:00-6:00:: Time trials begin at 5:00: p.m. and been tagged as the probable I
One ServiceJAX : I L U 1'REiWf' eliminations begin at 8:00 p.m. starter for NATTC while Jerry playoffs get underway '
Day Spectators free admission. Stewart is expected to get the Monday for the station cham- ,
NAS Nearest Laundry mound nod for the Darters.In pionship, with the top four teams i II

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,' Game Room
American
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Opens July 1 I fREE F1c9se

Jax-Special Services has 'J>, With Ever ure
announced it will foot
open a new I of xSyt
game room in Bldg. 48 on July 1. 3vi;h 6ooupote'
Located across from the main I \;
barracks in the old parachuteloft
the facility will feature 10
nine-foot pool tables Pin ball
machines and other recreationalgear
I
such as shuffleboards will
be added after the inital opening.
4 Although the hours for the new :
facility have not been
; established, Special Services
officials have asked for men in
r- the command to let them know
; what hours they would like to see
the facility open. They also are
open for suggestions on other 70 CHEVY II Nova $2795
equipment to be added to the
recreation area.
NOT' QUITE READY-Although the tables are In,balls and Snack vending machines will
other gear in the Bldg. 48 recreation area will not be added also be added to the facility in the 4
I until lust before the July 1 opening near future.

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Jax-Civilian employees of
NARF, NAS, NARTU, COM-
FAIRJAX, FAETULANT, Del 4-Door Sedan, '307' V-4, Auto. trans., Factory air,

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i Naval Hospital, Navy Recruiting
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. I I Center, Regional Storage

, l Weather Management Facility Office, FICEUR, Fleet, 69 CAMERO $2595Sport

Navy Finance Office, Regional
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, Management, Defense Surplus Coupe, V-8, Auto.
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Florida, should refer to the of- steering, R&H.
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concerning all
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are now being accepted.
I Electrician (Power Plant),
date of first cut June 29, 1970.
Sedan, V-8, Auto.
General Foreman (Airframes --
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