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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: August 6, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt Publishing l Company, a private firm.,Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not QpeMnftderHlN'iHKVal 1 expression of any "if t I
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute
an endorsement of any military department of the products services advertised.

VOL. 28 NO. 20 (U. s. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 6, 1970




Operation Handclasp Offers ;

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Help to Vietnamese Navymen



N Jax. Navymen in the Jax Navy Complex can now lend a helping hand to South

Vietnamese Navymen and their families through a new protect under 'Operation

Handclasp' to support the fledgling Navy's welfare program.
.u
r Jacksonville citizens have

3AU r already been asked to support the items. The Jacksonville Area

local effort which is being Donations of materials may be Chamber of Commerce, the
U I sponsored by the Jacksonville dropped off at any Jacksonvillefire Jaycees and civic groups will
Council the Navy League of the station where trucks from theeitywillpickthemupfor take part in .helping the Navy
United States a move to gather
deliveryto League conduct the Operation
funds ,and:materials. NAB Jax where they will be Handclasp project throughout
Money and items gathered prepared for shipment to Viet- August, according to Kirill.
k during the project will be used to nam. Wives' clubs or commands
SIGNS PROCLAMATION Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tanxkr signs a aid the families as well as the The air station will also set up a desiring additional information .'
j proclamation July 31 asking Jax citizens to support Operation Handclasp men of the Vietnamese Navy pick up area aboard station for about the program, may contactthe
for the benefit of Vietnamese Navymen and their families City, according to Peter Kirill, those wishing to drop off NAS Jax public affairs officer ,
Navy League, and Navy officials gathered to witness the mayor's regional vice president of the donations for the project. for assistance.
signature Navy League.
Kirill pointed out that while the
South Vietnam government is Marine Reserve Unit
Pre-School Physical currently unable to provide a
welfare program for its sailors, 'I
experts consider such a programa Has Command :
Exam Schedule SetJax vital factor in building morale. Change

Arthur A. Slocumb, NAS Jax
public affairs officer and the Jax Lt. Col. Delbert G. outgoing commanding officer has
Pre-school physical exams required by Florida station's coordinator for the Ranney, holder of 16 Air Medals orders to the Command and Staff
state law for children entering public schools for the program, said the donated and the Distinguished Flying College at Quantico, Va.
first time, are being given for dependent children at the materials will be used invillagesthat Cross, is the new commandingofficer Lt. Col. Ranney came to Jax I
Naval Hospital Pediatric Clinic from 8 to 11 Saturday are currently being built by of the Marine Air Reserve from a three-year tour in
Training Detachment here. at the Naval Air
mornings throughout the month. South Vietnamese Navymen for Philadelphia
their families. Located near Engineering Center, where he
Children,accompanied by their operating bases, the villages can was program manager for the
parent or guardian, will be .At ( .; "!J,, ,,1t ;.. ensure the South_, 'Vietnamese Short Airfield for Tactical i
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examined on a first-come first- examination form, complete with Navyman's family relatively safe Support program. .
served basis alphabetically as a medical history, on their child. home while he is away from port. The unit's 'new 'sklpperreceived '-::'
follows: August 8 D thru G; These forms can be obtained Slocumb said, 'This program his wings in 1959 before
August 15-H thru L; August 22-M from the Florida State Board of should have a positive effect on starting an assignment at
thru R; and August 29 .S thru.Z. Health at 1217 Pearl St. in South Vietnam's Navymen as Kingsville, Tex., as a flight in
College physicals or nursery Jacksonville or at the Naval they assume an ever larger role structor.
school exams cannot be given at Hospital Pediatric Clinic. Also, a in taking over operations Later he served with a
the hospital. Kindergarten valid Armed Forces ID card and currently being conducted by our squadron at Cherry Point and
physicals will be given only for the child's immunization record own naval forces. Through this deployed with the unit in 1962 to
children assigned by a school must be presented, and a urine project, the South Vietnamese Japan. Returning to the states in
board to, kindergarten .in the specimen from the child, Navyman will have a greater 1963, he once again served as a
public school system. collected the morning of the zeal for his job knowing that his flight instructor, this time at,El
Parents must fill out a physical examination, must be furnished. family is being taken care of at Toro, Calif., '
home. It will have a definite In 1965 the colonel served as
effect Vietnam's executive officer of a squadron at
positive on
Youth Dental Program Continues naval force effectiveness.' Iwakunl, Japan, before com-

Rod Porter, president of the mencing a one-year combat tour
Jacksonville Council of the In Vietnam. "
Jax -- The Dental Department has begun scheduling appointmentsfor Navy He was awarded the Viet-
listed
dependent children whose sponsor's birth month is August under its League, fishing gear,
namese Cross of Gallantry with
hooks, lines, rods, nets, crab
preventive dentistry program. .
hands tools such palm.He
traps, as
Lt. Col.
Children of active duty and retired military personnel between 6 and hammers, axes and hatchets, all RanneyHe is married to the former
23 will be eligible for stannous flouride treatment. Appointments can types of gardening implements, Kathleen Dempsey of Council
relieved Lt. Col. John M. Bluffs, Iowa, and the couple has '
be'made at the dental appointment desk. including hoes, shovels and picks,
Rapp In ceremonies July 26. The three sons. .
'will lecture and demonstration sewing machines, needles, .
I Each child, receive an oral hygiene ,
thread, blackboards and school
I an examination;and:application: of stannous flouride to inhibit tooth supplies, simple wooden 'fury

decay. niture chairs, tables, chest-of-' t3

No x-rays will be taken. drawers, beds, radios and TV
sets as the most urgently needed


I'' : '' 'Wave Named Top 'Serviceman'Production


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Jax.Wave Airman Ruth taining leave records, personnel Control Division
Hanson of the Aircraft Maintenance rosters, filing and typing watch maintaining files and managing _
I Department was bills. She was previously a production control boards.In .
: selected as the 'Serviceman of clerical assistant to the Ground the letter nominating her for
the Month' for July. She was Support Equipment Division and the award, her. division officer
highly recommended for the for a short period, to the commended her forher
monthly award based on herr I) I I '-. !_ leadership\ initiative and
motivation patriotism and attention willingness to undertake any
to duty. InsideEDITORIAL assignment. The letter reads

Airman Hanson is assigned to s.../'She accepts responsibilityand
AMD's Technical Library, Page plans her work and sees it
( Quality Assurance Division. She MENU through to an orderly conclusion.
'_ procures' filed, updates and Page ,Demonstrating outstanding -' ;
audits technical publications for CLUBSCHEDULES Page military bearing at all times she
r" the department and performs is attentive to military courtesyand
general typing and clerical duties MOVIES Page 13 the authority of seniors. 1'r

for the Quality Assurance WANT ADS Page 13 ...'Her appearance is always 3
t Division. She has also been a outstanding and she can be reliedon CERTIFICATE AN Ruth Hanson, the July Serviceman of the
typist for the leading chief and SPORTS Page 19 all Month, receives framed certificate from John R. Kincaid,
at times to conduct herself a Capt.
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training petty officer, ij": properly. after being selected for the honor.




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Between The Lines [} tJlJifJtlle i1Jtle "J .


y ..-.V In 1613 John Rolfe sent the first shipment of Virginia tobacco from
V j Jamestown to England. From that time .to the present, growing i"l ifWj;' "filhi :"":;m

tobacco and manufacturing.its, product: htr}been one of the leading
'
Vv' ....industries. of the New World \ **"f CATHOLICNAVAL
(Emphysema-a disease nfiicncausKe:} \ l Ikngs/ to become greatly I

enlarged. A high percentage of those who get emphysema are heavy AIR STATION ''I'

smokers.) Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
But long before Europeans learned of tobacco, its use in Americawas -
common. Columbus reported of Indians of the Caribbean drawing SundayMass11:00A.M.Daily : .
Mass 11:30 A.M.
smoke through a Y-shaped pipe called tabaca. Confessions .
(Chronic bronchltis-an Inflamatlon of the lining of the bronchial Saturday
tubes. When the bronchi are Infected and Inflamed, the airflow to and x 10:30: 11:15: a.m.

from the lungs becomes labored and a heavy mucusor phlem Is ,
NAVAL HOSPITAL
coughed up.) J w
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At first the tobacco of the West Indies and the Orinoco Valley of Sunday Mass 8 A.M.

South America was the only type known in Europe. It is believed that
Rolfe started the highly profitable tobacco trade on the colonies by NATTC
planting South American tobacco seeds in the rich Virginia soil. Sunday Mass 930 A.M. *
'" NEW GOLD BARS .. Mrs. Jean Dullaghan and Capt. William Bldg. 500
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j /?Z: Pressler., commander, Fleet Air Wing 11,pin the new lieutenant
,\ : I'' bars on William E. Dullaghan during ceremonies in the Wing Com
\ II. ,1\\ mander's office last week. Mr. Dullaghan is the Assistant ASCAC, PROTESTANTNAVAL .

I .\),('I. ... submarine exercise evaluator. HOSPITAL
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\ Sunday Worship- 10 A.M.

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NAVAL AIR STATION

J&JrQe Sunday
Holy Communion 8:30:

; A.M. Bldg. 750

(There were about 65,000 new lung cancer patients in 1969 while Church School. (all ages)

about 59,000 Americans die of lung cancer during the same period.) The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different 9 A.M.
Despite the popularity of the leaf, tobacco production only requires a meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: Junior Church (Nursery -
breakfast t a.m. to 7:30: a.m. dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and supper 4 p.m. to
relatively small number of acres to meet the demand for domesticuse. 5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.; grade 6)) 10 A.M.
About one and a half million acres are planted in tobacco, as dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.; supper 5:00: p.m. to 6:15. Both Dining halls ob Divine Worship Service .
serve the same hours on week-ends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30 a.m. to 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
compared to about 50 million 'acres in wheat and 100 million in corn.
8:30: a.m. brunch 9:30: a.m.to 12:30: p.m., and supper 4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m.
Tobacco normally grown on soil where grain crops will not flourish. Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 Junior Youth Fellowship
(Lung cancer Is the leading cause of cancer death among men.) cents;dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for 50 cents. 1 P.M. Bldg. 722

Chemical products from tobacco are numerous. Some of them, suchas Senior Youth Fellowship

nicotine sulfate, are extremely important in controlling insect Friday August 7 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
pests. Nicotine is used in sheepdip. Nicotine tartrate is used in .

medicine as a drug which counteracts the effect of tetanus and Breakfast Dinner Supper Tuesday
strychnine poisoning. Vegetable oils and perfumes also have been Corn Meal Mush Oyster Stew Swiss Steaks Christian Science Ser
made from tobacco. Eggs to Order Italian Meat Sauce Natural Gravy vice 7 P.M. .
French Toast
Boiled Spaghetti Mashed Potatoes
Fried Fish Portions Pizza PieButtered Mexican Corn /
Hash Brown Potatoes Asparagus Ice Cream Sundaes
A Life After DeathBy Raised Doughnuts White Cake Thursday
Cocoa Fudge Icing Senior Choir Rehearsal

7 P.M. Bldg. 750
Lt. V. P. Gerlock, CHC, USNR, Saturday,Autust

Union with Christ now does not necessarily produceany Early Breakfast,,- Brunch Supper ,* NATTC
p ; ,
w ry '
visible results., As St. John'tells us, 'the world does Hot Oatmeal Simmered FrankfurtersHot Braized Pork Chops Divine Worship12 P.M.

not, recognize us,' just as it did not recognize the very Griddle Eggs to Cakes Order French Baked Fried Beans PotatoesIce O'Brien Onion Gravy Potatoes Bldg. 500Evening

Son of God come to earth. Yet we believe that union with Broiled Bacon Slices Cream Sundaes OkV.a and Tomatoes Worship- 6 P.M.

Christ does in 'fact. produce permanent effects In the Cinnamon Rolls Buttered Gumbo Green Peas Bldg. 500

believer effects that will show forth in all their beauty Devil's Food Cake

and glory only after death. 'What we shall be has not yet Light Butter Cream .

come to light' the apostle said. Sunday,August Traffic

This' belief, in what Is yet to come has always been a Early BreakfastHot Brunch Supper

mainstay for Christians. It has given them en Grits Turkey Pot Pie Grilled Ham Steaks
Eggs to Order Mashed Potatoes ViolationsThe
Cream Gravy
couragement to perservere in the good when temporal
Minute Steaks Brown and Serve Hash Brown Potatoes
misfortune and failure have been their lot. At a popular Home Fried Potatoes Rolls Buttered Fresh Frozen
Sugar RollsBreakfast Buttered Wax Beans
level the life to come has sometimes been pictured as a Ice Cream Sundaes Boiled Broccoli Navy Beans
is of
great party; Jesus himself preferred to use the symbolof Apple Pie motor following vehicle accidents a report and

a great feast at which all of God's children would sit Monday,August 10 traffic violations for the period

together. But however pictured by the Imagination or July 2026.

formulated by the mind, the faith of the Christian has Hot Grits Dinner Knickerbocker Soup SupperBeef Paprika, Number of,Accidents

remained firm. 'We shall be like Him for we shall see Hani Omelet Oven Roast of Beef Steamed Rice This week 4
French Toast Natural Gravy Green Beans Creole Total accidents this year
Him as he is. Grilled Luncheon Meat Mashed PotatoesAu Brown and Serve Rolls through July 26 197
Cinnamon Rolls Gratin Cauliflower! Cherry Pie
Yellow CakeCaramel Number of accidents through
Fudge Frosting July 1969. v 208
Total number of days since last
'l' 4 injury in a motor vehicle ac cident
I 's katu Buy Bonds I, !I : \i ., ". < .53 s : f.

Tuesday,August 11 Number of Violations
.q yr 04 ,
BreakfastHot Dinner Supper This week 43
Oatmeal Vegetable Soup Baked Virginia Ham
Speeding 6
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Eggs to OrderPineapple Baked Veal Loaf Pineapple Sauce
Hot Cakes Tomato Gravy Mashed Sweet Potatoes Reckless Driving 0
tq Baked Sausage Patties French Fried Potatoes Southern Style Greens Going through stop sign 5
Cake Doughnuts Buttered Peas ana Boiled
Navy
Beans. ptheryiolations 32
( :,.,lA':.1"'" 54'Vr ,. t.)I,;,.*'' Celery r ., Bread Pudding 411' e Nineteen Drivers., appeared
<
lce. : Cream Sundaes- Peach i
$ Sauce
JAX AIJR J "J. ,\Ait' *
MEWSThe :.0: \ '.. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

,to, ,. July 30. Disposition of the
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Wednesday,August 12, Seven lost driving and parking
JAX AIR NEWS Is
a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
privileges aboard station for
distributed each Thursday at'the U.S. Naval Air Station BreakfastHot Dinner Supper various periods; three were
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Farina Navy Bean Soup Deep Fried Fish
assigned to
complete an eight-
Scrambled Eggs Chicken Fried Steak
private firm All Portions
Copy submitted
for use In the lAX AIR NEWS hour
Beef in
Creamed Dried Cream Gravy Scalloped Potatoes course remedial driving;
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Home Fried Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Harvard Beets eight received suspensions two
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Jacksonville, by 12:00,noon on Monday be/ore publication. News Praline Buns Buttered F.F. Mixed Buttered Brussel were given warnings four were
items are welcomed all Vegetables ;
from sources Telephone 772-3118 or Sprouts dismissed
w. Peanut Butter Cake Ice Cream ; seven were fined
3119. I Cups
., \ ::: f j'7 : o. Butter Cream Icing were(U.S. Commissioner referred to commanding); and none

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries officers for possible disciplinaryaction.
concerning such should be directed to: Thursday August 11 .

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Dinner Four drivers were assessed ten

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla, 32210 BreakfastCorn Cream of Potato Soup traffic points.
Baked Pork Chops
Telephone 388.2755 Meal MuSh Macaroni with Cheese Supper
Eggs to Order and Tomatoes Baked Lasagna Snakes are neither wet nor
VOL. 28 NO 20 Griddle Cakes Boiled Pinto Beans Pizza PieBroccoli slimy, National Geographicsays.
AUGUST 6, 1970 Broiled Bacon Slices
Simmered Spinach Polonaise Actually, they are dry
Sugar Rolls
Fruit Gelatin Apple Pie and warm,


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Traveling Hints NATTCenfer Retires



For WASHINGTON Happy- Traveling Trips in Senior Dental Officer I


a car with children can be fun. ,fir 'aH, ,

Usually the youngsters are d ac Jax The parade groundwas where he obtained his degree in
happier and easier to please than taw the setting for Capt. GeorgeE. dentistry. In 1942, Capt. Dudley
at home. All it takes is a little Dudley's retirement joined the Navy. He was
planning. ceremony Friday. Capt. Dudleywas stationed at NAS Jacksonville as
Let's assume that mother is the senior dental officer of the assistant dental officer. Since
going to make the trip alone, a the Naval Air Technical Training then, Capt. Dudley has been
much dreaded but necessary Center from Dec. 17, 1965 until many places including Ft.
chore. Traveling with a husbandis July 31. Lauderdale, Dahlgren, Va.; San
much easier by comparison.Pack He received two letters of Juan, Puerto Rico, Great Lakes,
the car so that each appreciation which were read at Ill; and Okinawa. After 23 years,
person has enough room. the ceremony. The letter from he returned to NATTC
Laundromats coupled with wash the chief of the Dental Division of Jacksonville.

and wear clothing can eliminate BUMED, Adm. E. C. Raffetoo, Capt. Dudley has earned
many suitcases. Keep one bag expressed sincere appreciationfor several medals during his Naval
handy, packed with pajamas and
the outstanding capability
the Asia tic.
:2i career. They are:
toiletries for the whole family. ,.. which greatly enchanced the high Pacific Campaign Medal, the
Include one change for each level of patient care for the officers
OUTSTANDING SERVICEMAN -- SSgt. Walter A. Boucher Is Philippine Presidential Unit
member and this will be the only
congratulated by Capt. John E. Kennedy for being chosen as NATTC and men of the Navy. Citation, the Philippine
bag necessary for an overnightstop. The letter from Capt. John E.
Serviceman of the Quarter. Liberation Medal with Star, the
Kennedy, NATTC commanding World War II Victory Medal, the
Take a thermos of water or a
officer, said that especially
Defense Medal the
favorite drink. Don't forget cups, Boucher Selected noteworthy was the success of National Medal,
SSgt. American Campaign and
snacks and a damp washcloth in Capt. Dudley's .supervisory and
the Expert Rifle and Pistol,
a plastic bag or packaged improvement programs which
towelettes for wiping face and included more efficient patient Medal.
Serviceman Of
hands. QuarterJax scheduling, modernization of Capt. Dudley is married to the
Throw a couple of pillows in for dental spaces, dependents former Helen Louise Wise and
children's naps. Take a bag of. preventive dentistry, and the they have three children. He
SSgt. Walter A. Boucherwas lesson that was easily understoodby
surprises such as comic books,
initiation of the Stannous flouride retired for two days and then
selected as Serviceman of the trainee. He demonstratedtime
and puzzles. Boredom is a
games self application treatment. reported to Florida Junior
the Quarter for the period ending and again mature
state that invites arguments and
Capt. Dudley was born in College. He is establishing and
June 30.The judgment, attention to detail
fights and is terribly distractingto
Benton, Ill He graduated from will be directing the Dental
presentation ceremonywas and sound professional ability.His .
the driver.
St. Louis in Missouri Assistant's
University Program.
Before departure, mark road conducted by Commanding excellent military behavior
maps plainly, get change for Officer Captain John E. Ken- linked with personal appearance
tolls. Stop frequently for gas and nedy. is an example to all. He was also Overseas Emergency Leave
make ita habit for the children to SSgt. Boucher received a selected as Schoolmaster of the I
use the restroom at this time NATTC plaque, a Letter of Year nominee for Phase IV of the
whether they need to or not. If Commendation, and a certificate AE 'A' School. Available On MAC Aircraft ,
for free meal at the Candlelight The staff has been in
you have a dog,take it for a walk. a sergeant
Make lunch at home for the Restaurant. the Marine Corps for 12 years. WASHINGTON-A recent pense.
first day of the trip and eat it in a Congratulated for his out- His duty has taken him to Japan extension of authority for funded Before this broadened
roadside park If you haven't standing performance as an and Cherry Point in North emergency travel will allow coverage, servicemen could only
made reservations, stop early at instructor in the Aviation Carolina. It will shortly take him Service peronsonnel to fly from use this funded emergency travelto
motels and plan to get up at Electrician's Mate Class 'A' to Okinawa and from there to continental United States to take MAC aircraft from out
dawn, when traffic is light. The School, the following points were Vietnam. This is his third tour of foreign countries and return, as side the United States to CONUS
children will be ready by that brought forth: Incorporating the duty here at NATTC. well as between overseas and return; to the foreign country,
time anyway. Choose a motel latest techniques for the SSgt. Boucher is married to stations. or fly from CONUS to Alaska,
with a pool, if possible. manufacture and repair of the former Patricia Case, and The funded emergency leave Hawaii, U.S. territories or
Passengers will love it. printed circuits, Sergeant they and their four children travel will still have to be on possessions.The .
Motels frequently have nice, Boucher demonstrated out- reside in Jacksonville. Military Airlift Command (MAC) new provisions'would
but expensive, dining rooms. If standing initiative in spending DT3 K. M. McRae, Cpl. aircraft. That is, a Navyman allow, for example, a U.S. sailorof
money is an object, go to a drive many hours, including his own Richard A. Brach, and A01 could go via MAC from McGuireAir Filipino extraction to use the
in and bring dinner back to your free time, researching and Ralph Watson Cameron Jr., were Force Base, N.J., to Frankfurt funded emergency leave travel to
room. Clean out the car duringthe organizing reference materialsfor also nominated for Serviceman of Germany, on a reservedseat fly MAC from Frankfort to Clark
evening, replace drinks, etc. constructing a comprehensive the Quarter. basis at government ex- Air Base on Luzon.Servicemen .
Before a service wife starts any can still use
trip, she should be sure her car is Board To Review CPO's PerformanceThis military hops, other than MAC
in thebestpossible shape.This is planes, for emergency leave. But
the time for any major overhaulnot they go space available rather

when the car breaks down on month the Petty Officer of master and senior chief petty cases, the Chief of Naval Per- than the reserved seat basis.
the road hundreds of miles from Performance Review Board will officers. sonnel may determine that one of Monty Gege
home. With no car or children convene in BUPERS to review This step is being taken to the following actions is
worries on her mind, the driver is the performance records of chief support the professionalism of warranted: The member be Williams Knox
free to concentrate on safe petty officers. It will also reviewa our chiefs, to increase their own advised that it would' be to his
driving. small number of selected cases personal satisfaction with their personal interest to apply for LIEALTHNUT

i.. career, and to recognize the transfer to the Fleet Reserve,
important contributions being Retired List, or Naval Reserve
made by dedicated career CPO'sto Retired List as appropriate;
ensure the accomplishment of administrative separation;
COME the Navy's mission. These chiefsare reduction in rating to the next hOUSE
meeting performance and inferior rate; or a letter of
SEE US! personal conduct standards, warning which may require HOFFMAN PRODUCTS
V k getting the job done on time, and approval of the Chief of Naval
ALSAGERVW are manfully accepting the Personnel for reenlistment. NATURAL VITAMINS.
challenges of Navy life. The Board's functions will not MINER" DIET FOODS
(THE OLDEST VW DEALER) The Board's sole purpose is to affect the typical, high per- OPEN
p NOW identify only those chief petty forming career chief petty of, *:304:30FRIDAY9AM'8PM'
officers whose performance is ficer. He knows that his per-
INTHENEWESTANDFINESTSALESi ( not in keeping with traditionallyhigh formance record is proof of his 1990 San Marco Blvd.
Navy standards. In such accomplishment. Phone
398.5918
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Courtesy Store Offers Cecil 23-Hour Service .


The Latwinger reported in order and will probably be
error last week that a courtesy located at the courtesy store.
store which sells milk, eggs and Each department and
other items was located at NAS squadron has its own Navy
Jax. Actually, the courtesy storeis Exchange representative.Patrons .
located here at Cecil at the having questions,
Navy Exchange cafeteria on 'A suggestions or complaints con-
d Ave. cerning the Navy Exchange
should contact their depart
The article also mentioned thatan mental or squadron representative -
ice vending machine is on .

A YANK CLASSIC MAY 5. 1944


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Henderson, 'vice-president Mrs. Betty Detamore, president Mrs. Jane Zimmerman, treasurer; and Ill,:

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FAMILIAR SCENE-Similiar scenes around hangar 14 were L7.4b
common last week when VA-15 returned to Cecil after a seven month
Med-Cruise. Many dependents welcomed the 'Valion'a via tors home.
Many other squadron dependents lined the pier at Mayport last M
Thursday to welcome the rest of the returning squadron which was

aboard the USS Roosevelt. ,:.....:i....:... '
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COOL! COOL! COOL!

Announcing the Appointment of 1 la. 11'M 1 Bank'Supermarket'

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AIR CONDITIONERS 'P3 HERE IS A LIST OF YOUR

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THERMO-KING DELUXE HIGH-OUTPUT :.:

AUTO AIR CONDITIONERSFIT 1. Safe Deposit ,' *t <.?";.;' 5. Collection Services

MOST CARS 24 MONTHS 2. Travel Checks 6. Special Checking Accounts
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PRICED FROM $179 GUARANTEENO 3. Personal & Auto Loans 7. Foreign Exchange Service

DOWN EASY TERMS 4. Home Improvement Loans And Many More Services

FREE VACATION
(LIMITED TIMI ONLY)
WITH THE PURCHASE OF A TMERMO-KINt Ait Air
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MONDAY THRU THURSDAY FRIDAY
Main '9:00 A.M. 2.00 P.M. A"Departments: AM.to 8:00: P.M.
5444 NORMANOT BLVD. 788-0721 VT : Lobby : to
6015BLANDING BLVD. 771-3442 If master ctiarge,' Drive-Tellers! Installment Loans OOA.M: to 4:00: P.M. Phone 786-3770 Member FDICAUGUST
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Club

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,) OPEN DAILY 9.9WE'VE SchedulesPIRATES



COVE INN
k GONE.
I '' Ronnie and the Soul Society are
appearing here tonight through
Sunday, and on Monday the club
will present the Sonics.
Tuesday evening's entertainmentwill
r: be provided by the Camelots,
and on Wednesday there will be
dancing to the Messengers of the
Masses.

ACE\ DEVCEY CLUB

Mark Castle is featured at the
Acey Deucey Friday night, whileon
Saturday evening Mel Gaden
will be on stage. The Jimmy
Stricklen show returns to the club
Sunday night.

CPO CLUB

YOU BUY THE BEEF..,.. A full weekend of en
tertainment is lined up for the

WE GIVE'YOU THE PORK FREE! CPO stage Club Friday with the and Four Sunday of Clubson and

10 Ibs. 15 Ibs.SAUSAGE. 15 Ibs. 10 Ibs. Your choice with evening.music by Tommy 'C'on Saturday

I I I purchase of
PORK CHOPS BACON SPARE RIBS bundle or moreNO The club's patio is open from 12
to 7 p.m. each evening except
Wednesday


120 DAYS OFFICERS CLUB

10 IBS. SAME AS CASH

CHICKENSWN The Officers Club presents .
MONEY GUARANTEED Beefeaters night tonight,while on
FOR OPENING AN OPEN SUNDAY Saturday there will be a Pro-
DO TO SATISFY
ACCOUNT.
CALL FOR M tsa an asl......... Game Special, with a Happy
REQUIRED APPOINTMENT Hour at 4 p.m.At 6:30: busses will
".lIft"' < wttt flmrr
.Mitftuiu,rttiriM leave the '0' Club for the Gator
<,.., pinkm. vtl Bowl. Tickets and reservationsmay
..Nnau! ,..tap... be obtained from the club's
BUNDLE No. 1 ".kip.:I.fI_..... desk.

Consists of: U.S.D.A. CHOICE
The Sunday family buffet will
RIB PLATE and CHUCKCLUB be held from 5 to 9 p.m..

STEAK MINUTE STEAKS I
SWISS STEAK CHUCK ROASTSDELMONICO 0
STEAK POT ROASTS
PRIME RIB STEAKS GROUND BEEF Ib Pkfl. 16Per ? +Npw HONDAMOTORS
BAR-B-QUE STEAKS Roast (rib)

Example 120 LBS & CYCLES CO.
at 55 cents LB. X66 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
Month for PHONE 771-8244
Avg. Wt. 120 Lbs.-200 Lbs 4 Months


BUNDLE No. 2 DON'1

Consists of: U.S.D.A. CHOICE MISS

LOIN and RIB PLATE IRIS NAROWAAf.IORFS '+frR'';'


BONE STEAK CLUB STEAK / y? >
SIRLOIN STEAK RIB STEAK 0 i4/
FILET DELMONICO STEAK + OF THE MONTHs
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST PORTERHOUSESTEAK 18 pr ,
ALSO SMALL AMOUNT -
OF GROUND BEEF RIB ROAST q U "' 1+
RIB ROAST MINUTE STEASK miiil ljr'II!'
Viii ? tllNI11 I iiq hllN4i/1'/ nril'ItM
Example 120 LBS. $7440 Per Month for 4 Months j li P"r riflI ii 11 ljrll+Nrmlid/j/ +:f IliN'; hu'r rill+llt I+iIY '
at62 cents LB. Avg. Wt. 120 Lbs.200 Lbs. All Beef

BUNDLE No. 3 Sold Hanging Weight

Consists of: U.S.D.A. CHOICE

LOIN and ROUND PLATET.BONE
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5 5 x y c

STEAK SIRLOIN TIP ROAST O x
ROUND STEAKPORTERHOUSE MINUTE STEAK /
STEAK RUMP ROAST
I SMALL AMOUNTS OF EYE ROAST ?<
.. 'GROUND. ROUND' ROUND ROAST- *
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Example 120 LBS. $ 8280 Per Month for 4 Months
at69centsLB, Avg. Wt. 1201bs..Z00 >al : !!!
LbC'W 't-
r: Back-to-schoolers, even Mom or
PHONE OR DRIVE OUT TODHT.TO SET TOOK APPOINTMENT Dad will welcome this 24x36"
I DIRECTIONS J MU..soil.>M.th.wt IrMp.t AIin6a.Ix. bulletin board for snapshots,
prauway.Turn I.tt.n Arllngttn W.I*1.6.L InltiMcliMi. 1 mementos, reminders! Resilient
mili t.I S 16 ird.
R.a.r. cork
laminated to fibreboard.
JACKSONVILLE I IN PrecIsion-mitered 1-pc. aluminum -

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a Factory-mounted hangers.
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From Ih* BOOK SHELF ;.;,.






n< blea

Book Review: 'High School pro &'tss ana tu review the
Subjects Self 'Taught,' ed. by chapter. At the end of each
Lewis Copeland. 1441p. section there is a bibliography of

r 1, Doubleday, clW7. supplementary readings for
Reviewer: Sharon Arnold, those who wish to study a subjectmore

Librarian, NAS Cecil Field thoroughly. This book is
Modem military life makes a also very helpful for those who
heavy demand upon the need a refresher course in certain

education and resourcefulness of subjects.Two .
its men and women. Basic other good books are

education is a necessity.If 'Preliminary Practice For The
High School Equivalency
for one reason or another, .
Diploma Tests, by E C. Gruber
s ; < you were unable to complete high
and 'How To Prepare For And
t school, there are many books at
Pass A High School EquivalencyExam
cE your Navy library that will help ,' by I.E. Friedman. Bothof
E =app, for the High School
. your prepare these gooks contain sample
Equivalency Diploma Test. One tests and will help you find your
>? that is highly recommended is weak areas and then they do
; ;4 School Self
'High Subjects provide material for further
$; Taught,' edited by Lewis study.
y This book has been
Copeland.
_
teachers Prepare yourself by going to

CONGRATULATIONS,CHIEFS-AECS Smith receives his checK tor creating a training device Ii and prepared editors by and qualified is divided into 28 the nearest library and checkingout

AVCM Campbell contemplates the award he also received from Cdr. Roy Paxon,Jr. chapters, each covering one the materials you need. After
you feel that you are well
subject. prepared, education officercan

Two Chiefs Earn Medals Cash Special features include a order the your GED exam for you.

study manual and study plans to Achieving the High School

help yoU with good study habits. Equivalency Diploma will open

There are self-testing quizzes to many doors to new, opportunitiesfor
For Professional AchievementsJax help the student check his you.


Two NATTC chiefs were solution, the training device resulted in improved ad- Tt
awarded the Navy Ahievement could have been contracted for an ministration, greater instructor
Medal for professional estimated cost of $30,000 for 60 competence and a most rewar-
achievement in the superior units. By using their Navy know- ding student learning situation.

performance of their duties and how, they constructed the device Chief is presently cr V;
$150 each under the Navy In- themselves using salvaged Campbell transition' :
undergoing 'Project
centive Awards Program for material at a cost of $5,949. 1 _
at Screen Printing in
Peeples
recognizing a need and using This saved the Navy approximately Jacksonville and is anticipating
their brains and salvaged $24,000 just for the
retirement in after 24
September
equipment in designing and initial procurement for the
in the service. He is
fabricating highly complex and Aviation Electrician's Mate years
married to the former Joan
most desired training aids. School.
and have three
The presentation was made to The suggestion has been for- Shoning they
children The reside in
Master Chief Avionics warded for possible adoption by Jacksonville.Chief .Campbells
Technician Guy W. Campbell and other commands within the Navy
Senior Chief Aviation Elec- and other government agencies, Smith is married to the
'
trician's Mate Joseph T.Smith by and may result in further former Audrey Mullis and they
BEGINNING A CAREER John
Sgt. G. Van Brunt
Jax Shore
Cdr. Roy H. Paxson, Jr., NATTC monetary reward for the two have three children. He has beenin
Patrol, receives a promotion to his present rank and Honorable
an
executive officer July 30. chiefs.In the Navy for 19 years and was
Discharge prior to reeenlisting for six LtCol.
L. E. Blanchard
Working jointly, the men addition to his assistance on transferred to Fighter Squadron years. ,
MATSG CO, officiated at the
designed a D. C. Theory and the training device, Master Chief 11 in Oceana, Virginia, Friday. ceremony Friday.
Meter Training Device which Campbell was cited for being
uses basic meter circuits for such a 'highly competent ad

training in the use of the D. C. ministrator' that he could give Good chance we're going
meter and the theory and 'maximum assistance to other Take Your Baby ....

practical use of Ohm's Law. phases while supervising his own wherej you're going
There had been evidence area with optium efficiency' and 4iIiItto
coming back from the Fleet that perform the exacting duties of -

school graduates knew the the phase and division officer
mathematical processes in during an extended officer a SpecialistWE

computing Ohm's Law and shortage.The MAINTAIN
Understood the usage of meters; citation accompanyingChief IT
however, the relationship bet- Smith's Navy Achievement WITH LOVING CARE

ween them was not being absorbed Medal commended him for TOM lUSH Yolbwigei

designing and manufacturing the
After Chief Smith and Chief training devices and for his zeal, Refg lI4M'

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uwrf SHIPPING OUT I


t Don't Neglect Details When MovingBeginning I


July 1, 1970, third number where you can be Contact the household goods
4 class petty officers who have reached. If your shipment is late office and the claims office for
served two or more years of a six in arriving, a follow-up on your assistance if any of the shipmentis
year obligation are eligiblefor effects will be made. damaged or missing.
some new benefits. Just as you supervised the Another important tip to
One of these benefits is havingthe packing and loading, also remember is to coordinate
government ship your supervise the unloading and dependents' travel with your
household goods to your new duty ,unpacking. Note the damage to personnel.and disbursing office.
station when permanent changeof all articles. and boxes on the in- The movement of personal
station (PCS) orders are 'yen tory. Decide where you effects and household goods, as
issued.Here are some basic. rulesto want certain items the movers well as your family and yourself,
follow. will put your goods in the room can be as difficult or,as easy as
Upon receipt of PCS orders it you designate,but are required to you make it. Preparation on your
is imperative that you visit the make only one placement. 'part and assistance from the
rr' nearest household goods shipping ,household goods shipping office,
1 office as soon as possible. Pay Sign Documents personnel office will make yor
close attention to the orientationyou move relatively simple.

receive there. Ask questionsand Don't sign papers until you are DoxYSfcatoP) ; VAtAfOtl...
ADJUTANT RETIRES Capt. Lane (I) receives his retirement get a phone number to use for .
actions for .Q.C
all
certificate from Mal.| John C. Weare, MATSG executive officer, future contact. satisfied that o O 1xd :
signifying completion of more than 22 years of Marine Corps servicesee Mark Items which the movers are responsiblehave .....
accomplished.
been .
( story below)' -
Remember, even if you don't
Determine as soon as possible require the movers to unpack all
MATSG Officer Leaves what items want shipped
,you items upon delivery, you are still
stored;or included in baggage.
the delivery
required to sign
,Jax-Capt. W.R. Lane, Marine '''In May of 1$66' he 'received (hiscouinilssion i Sepatate the and mark, them before documents. *. : -'ftAtfd WIifU s.itr.i!
Aviation Support Group's ad- ) l : as a' second packersarrive'
jutant,retired here Friday after lieutenant: He was' promoted'to Do not pack your ,'own'goods.'
serving 22 years and seven first lieutenant in August of 1967, The mover is paid to pack them
months in the Marine Corps. and to captain in February 1969. and may not be held liable for
Capt. Lane has been with Capt. Lane's tours of. duty damages to items which he
include the of Vietnam marks 'PBO' (packed by'owner)
MATSG for two years, where he Republic ,
has served as personnel officer Okinawa, Hawaii (two tours), on the inventory. Supervise the
and adjutant.The and various stations in the movers and packers. Know whatis
of them and ask
retiring captain worked his continental United States. required
way up from private to first Upon retiring,Capt.Lane plansto ,questions if something does not toi. -f
sergeant before being selected as reside in South Carolina with seem right. Report apparent
an officer after 18 years in the his _wife Ann and their three violations to the man in charge of.
enhstedl ranks. children.ADC.OP the moving crew (usually the
driver). i. '
Insist on an accurate in- ,
Offers Careerists ventory.The mover is required to ,

give you a signed, legible copy as
I a receipt. Be sure the inventory T
Education OpportunitiesJax reflects a true count and con-
.
dition of all your goods.
Descriptions of previous damage \ .11'
The Associate Degree Interested persons must also '
entered on the inventory should ; .j
Completion Program (ADCOP) meet any one of the following describe the damage and its "
is an opportunity for highly requirement choices: Applicants location.Be f/(1.d
motivated career petty officers must be a high school graduate or sure to retain a copy of the
interested in a full time course "have a high school equivalency
inventory. It.is a good practice to 1
leading to an associate degree. If certificate or diploma. Also, they keep all paperwork involved with a 1+
you are in this select group and can be graduates of (1) Navy move in case a damage or
meet the other eligibility class A and B school; ((2)) have at loss your claim must be filed and
requirements, your application Is least 12 transferable college certain information is required. i
due in the Bureau of Naval credits through PACE, USAFI,
HUSBAND AND WIFE RETIRE Gordon and Edith Reedy are
Personnel by December 31. Tuition Aid and other regionally Identify Books presented retirement plaques by Supply Officer, Capt. R. C.
To be eligible for ADCOP the accredited institutions; (3) have
ceremonies Mrs.
O'Loughlin during Supply retirement July 30. Reedy
must be P02 at least 24 weeks of classroom Be to all
applicant a or sure identify
before to NAS
worked with the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers coming
higher who has completed a first training at any combination of professional books, papers, and Supply. She has a total of 17'/2 years of federal service. Mr. Reedy
enlistment and at least five yearsof Navy or Navy-sponsored formal equipment. These are materials worked for Immigration Border Patrol 1928, transferred to the
continuous active naval ser- schools over two weeks in required in the performance of Jax In
War Engineers in 1934 and then to NAS Supply Department
vice but no more than 14 years length; (4)be a graduate of Navy your duties and can be shipped early 1944. Then he enlisted in the Navy 17 days later, and was
active service, must be a U.S. class A or B school and have at without charge against your total discharged in 1956, retired as an AKCM from the Weekend Warrior in
citizen with a clear military least six transferable college weight allowance. It's a good ideato 1966. He completed 41 years of federal service
record and, if selected, must sign cretits from a regionally ac- separate these items from the
from the month ((5)) and for before the
up for six years credited.institution; regular shipment
college classes begin.Auto petty officers in ratings with no A movers arrive. Madam Johnson Your
or B schools, must pass general Ask your driver when he .
examinations of the College expects toarriveat your new duty Reader and AdviserWill z
Level Examination Program station. Sometimes he may not be 4 y
Tags (CLEP) with an average score in the driver who will be deliveringthe read your entire life without asking any t 9
the upper 50th percentile and shipment. If he is, however, as questions Love,,Courtship gives advice, Marriage on all affairs, Law of Suits life such and o -
On Sale have at least six transferable his arrival date estimate can help Business Speculation. Tells you Who and When '
college credits from a regionally you make plans for being home to you will marry. She never falls to unite the
accredited institution. This accept the shipment. Usually, an Separated, cause Speedy and Happy Marriages, .
overcomes Enemies and Bad Luck of all kinds. w)
Jax-FIorida auto: tags' alternative is not for ratings expected delivery date will be
are being sold here by the having either class A or B given to you.Immediatelyafteryou. PRIVATEANDCONFIDENTIALREADINGSHours
: Every Day and Sunday,9:00 A.M. to 10 '
Wives Club 86 at the
Navy schools. arrive at D:
Not-New Shop in Bldg. 39 Applications must be com your new duty station, contactthe 3200 Reid St., Palatka, Fla. In Front of VFW,,
(behind the Red Cross pleted and forwarded via the local household goods officer. Look For The Hand Sign In Front of Her Home
Office) through August 20. commanding officer to the Chiefof Leave an address and telephone Tells Your Lucky Days and Numbers Future
The tags will be on sale Naval Personnel by December
from 8:30: a.m. until 2:30:
p.m. Monday through 31.The ADCOP selection board
Friday. will meet'in early spring and IMPORTED
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I I Atta Boys & Ship Overs I t

Cecil Sports By DTC J.D. Brewster

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OPS WINS SOFTBALL TITLE double. Laughlin struckout 43 'My candidate,' states the Midget
batters and walked but three.Laughlm's 'for the oldest chief on active duty

Ops brought the curtain down on feat should convinceany he helped the Ancient Mariner
who does not believe Chief
the 1970 intramural Softball skeptic capture the albatross
season by turning back upset that pitching is 85 per cent of the Griffin of VA-45 surprised
minded VA-83, 80. game. Milo Hamilton Puckett himself by rolling the evenings
manned the PA system duringthe high series ((552)).' Comment: The
Ops scored early and often play-offs.The golden throatedone stubby one should do well.
against Pinder of the Rampagerswho sent his many 'fans' into Ten other bowlers rolled 500
was pitching in his second 'convulsions'with such little gemsas sets. However, despite the
game of the day. Bob Laughlin 'Here comes Cecil Fields own number of fine series, only three
shutout VA-87 on three hits, while stoutpaw waddling up to the keglers, led by Joe Parker ((203)),
SHIPSOVER-Sgt.C.I Simpson issuing but one walk and sending plate,' and 'Look! Old concrete had 20.0 games. Standings:
reenlisted for another six years 12 Rampagers back to the bench glove finally hung onto one.'. The ',.(
CITED Cpl. Raymond Smith July 27 in an informal ceremony talking to themselves after umpires presented Don Doole 53.31VA
was awarded a meritorious mast held in the Marine Barracks having struckout. Laughlin token of Operations
C. with a fine trophy as a ,46 No.2 54.34VA
during a barracks formationJuly O.'s Office. Since reporting proved no puzzle to Smith who their appreciation for all the .45 No.2 56.36
31 by Mal.| W. R. Bowers, com aboard Marine Barracks in solved his breaking pitches for 'helpful' suggestions Don made VA.45 NO.2Marines 52.36
manding officer of Marine March 1968,he has served both as two singles. during the season. He was also 45.43 52.36
Barracks, NAS, Cecil Field. Cpl. a platoon sergeant and as the presented with the battered ball Weapons Dental 44.44
Smith was cited for his superior education NCO. Mal.| W. R. Ops combed Pinder for seven Fireball Moore I and his fellow VA8J "f tVA174 4444
.
performance of duties in Bowers administered the oath. hits, including two long triples Marines used in beating him 10-0( ) 43.45
maintaining the buildings and and a double by Taylor. earlier in the season. 'Soft' VA.46 No. 1 36.52 36.48
grounds in an impeccablemanner The Rampagers reached the spoken Bob Greene announcedthat AMD Food Service 36.52
as the marine barracks finals by nipping VA-87 3-2 and
.... .. his monsters in blue will now Supply 30.50
police sergeant. upsetting VA-174,2-1. Finder was turn their 'eagle-eyed' attentionto AMD Avionics 22.54

I winning pitcher in both contests.In the violent game of drop the All American League bowlersare
hankerchief (football)). Ed Lord
Jax's GreatestFURNITURE to commence
their game against the Hell requested
finished the season in the same
the winter
the to giving thought to
., razors, Rampagers came
44! ." jiIl} 1i manner in which started it in
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bat in the bottom of the 7th league starting September.
Values! .. .t ,.f trailing by one run. Cullity hitless! The Midget has issued an in
v The Cecil Field Raiders
,< to the winners of the
{" .. and Caldwell both singled, and vitation
\
dropped their opening in
WHOLESALE with one out came in to score on a game National League to roll againstthe
J the 6ND Softball Tournament to
PRICE TO EVERYONE long blast between the outfieldersby winners of the American
Smith. host team Memphis, 8-0.) The League upon completion of \
Raiders departed last weekend to league competition if they
OPEN Rudies Rubies: During the compete in the tourney. dare.
EVERY I play-offs, Bob Laughlin pitched
DAY i d 21 scoreless innings, gave up five BOWLINGAmerican
hits, including one on which two
SUNDAY outfielders gave their own unique League: The Mighty
TIL 6PMSURPLUS >Ii pantomine of the ancient Mite issued an adament order

.. Alphonse-Gaston vaudeville act that the following be announced:
{t;" (now we know what killed
GOODS 1 J' vaudeville), after you dear
jt.11: b Alphonse no after you dear 1 L_ U nfSl s ,

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Deep Freeze



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'?bixS i y'y'a3 ''R'z t{" '>xt' yrk 4,' Y ro 3 1 t }?'4Y S
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,:'";txtifyJ \ aboard Deep Freeze ships which '
naP.: :iuv yGO".l
operate a post office during the y
?tx; 1970 71 Antarctic season.
d xtx a}+ ,?+ ; }rf.2vv? i7+C p :. {''b.rtY ;: Collectors are limited to one
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at Byrd Station, South
Pole Station and from each Deep ...
Freeze ship operating a post
office. If a cancellation is desired .. .

from only one station, write MARMEC CLOSES Master Sergeants H. D. Stern and K L. Yoak
?.: z a 'Byrd' or 'Pole' in the lower left present one of the many trophies which the Marine Mechanical School
corner of the cover. MARMEC) earned during Its existence to Lt. Col. L. E. Blanchard,
Byrd and South Pole Station MATSG Commanding Officer. The school officially closed Its doors
t'a postmarks can be obtained by Friday. Other MARMEC personnel witnessing the presentation are
.. placing two addressed covers GySgt.E.Thomas, SSgts.J. E. Carter, F. J. Pope and J. C. Hyatt
,
(with desired letter mail stampson
the*return covers)" in an-envelope
Talks
Navy Chief
and mailing' to: Deep Top ,
Freeze Philatelic Mail U. S.
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Davisville, Rhode Island 02854.
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Cancellations from ships GMCM Delbert D.Black well versed in reviewing and
participating in Deep Freeze '71 evaluating enlisted service
can be obtained by writing the Three years ago, I recom jackets.
following ships before Nov. 13, mended to the Chief of Naval Also, to dispel any doubts, the
1970: Personnel that a board be board met with no planned
USCGC Burton Island (WAGB- established to review the service reduction policy or quota in mindor
HEAT STROKE-Pretty Gabrielle Hcrrera knows how to protect 283)) P. 0.Box 20820, Long Beach, records of career Navy personnelwho intended, and will not do so in
herself on the sunny beaches. Says Gabrielle: "Wearing a hat is Calif. 90801. had been receiving un- future meetings.The .
where it's at." (Photo courtesy USO) favorable evaluations.Last 75 senior petty officers who
USCGC Westwind (WAGB-281)) year the petty officer were either ((1)) sent letters of
FPO, New York 09501 performance review board was warning; ((2)) sent letters of
established by BuPersNote 1610 warning plus a request for
:r,; Buy Bonds USCGC Staten Island (WAGE- of 14 Nov. 1969, and met for the special six-month evaluationsfrom
27C) first time last January. their commands (3)) sent
FPO, Seattle. Wash. 98799 After the board has finished letters of warning and are
screening 4,061 service records of required to receive approval of
Senior and Master Chief Petty the Chief of Naval Personnel
\ #__. Officers, (all with dates of rank prior to reenlisting or ((4)) immediately
before January 1967)), only 75 transferred to the
r M4 '. :. '; men were considered to be falling Fleet Reserve because of extremely
down in their performance and poor performance, must
merited some sort of ad have been good Navymen to have
ministrative action.'It achieved the grades they had.
r is encouraging to me and But somewhere they slipped-
should be to all enlisted men,that perhaps recently or perhaps
only a very small percentage of earlier in their naval careers.
senior and master chief petty At some time in their careers,
officers have not been meeting perhaps these men began to feel
O the standards that are expectedof that they had reached their
them and their con- desired goals and no longer
temporaries.Since needed to carry out their
the announcement was obligations to theirmenand to the
made that a performance review Navy. In these cases, the board
board was being established, I serves to eliminate those men
D have received many inquiries who are detrimental to the
asking how many men will be maintenance of a highly
'axed' and what will the board professional enlisted career
look at in a man's service jacket.To force. The functions of the boardare
alleviate any'misconceptionsand intended to assure career
fears you may have about the personnel that their high
actions of future review boards, professional standards and
Our NEW BLUE & GOLD let me assure you that the man competence are recognized and
who is doing his job has nothing to that these same attitudes will be
worry about.In expected and required of their

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Publisher MOVIE SCHEDULEThursday
Call: 388-2755
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JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday .
NAS Jacksonville : for publication the following Thursday. Ads I t. ',t ,a; ,. ;. .: \.; *' '-' _\\. .. ;. ,. .' ,.' :. 'W

LATWINGER n' arriving too late for this deadline will be

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOfrFICE : published the following week unless the ,August 6 starring Clint Eastwood and
t publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Inger Stevens. Color Western.

money order for the full cost of the ad must be NAS:. 'The Last Escape' 'GP' E. ((115 mins.)
received WITH the copy for the ad. starring Stuart Whitman and Hospital: 'The Games'
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 John Collin.Color war drama; 'G'

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) SO Cents G. ((90 mins.)
n Hospital: 'Some Kind of Nut' Monday,August 10

starring Dick Van Dyke and
-- Angle Dickenson. Color comedy. NAS: 'Anne of a Thousand

MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea NEAR NAS&CECIL 'GP' G, (89 mins. Days' starring Richard Burton,
:':;:EMPLOYMENr:; ; ( Mobile Home Park) /i Mile 03 Furn.8.Z Apt., 1 BR, $65. per mo. 771- Irene Pappas and Genevieve
North of NAS lots and rentals, Near Friday,August 7 Bujold.Color drama. 'GP'E. ((143
schools and shopping center. Clean, ruins)
and reasonable rates. ...,...... .
SERVICE WIVES Manager on ,, 'em
:"" >: : "' ''' ;''''''' Y": NAS 'The Sicilian Clan' Hospital: 'Hang High'Tuesday
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS premises. Children and pets ""' T.R AYti P" O' "''T' .. H'S,......,..,.:..,.,os: :
Jobfinders, 137? Cassat. 387.5626 or welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 384-6264. .."::;,;, "'....... :.-w: :,"''>>>'''''' .....,,""' starring Alain Delon and Irna
1022 Park Street, 354-7888. Demick. Color suspense drama.
,August 11
FOR RENT 'GP' V. G. (125 mills)
WILL BABYSITFor Trailer, 2 Bedrooms, $80.00 per Hospital: 'The Last Escape'
AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast '
month. Call 7716908. NAS: 'Frankenstein Must Be
working mother. Day or evenings.
and West Coast 3533691.. Destroyed' starring Peter
Mon-Frl. Live on alrbase. 384-3627. 8
Saturday,August
W CAPELLA Cushing and Veronica Carlson.
12x60, 3BR., AC., shed, Take over Color Horror. 'GP' G. ((98 mins.)
PART-TIME payments & $200 equlty.772.02o.c. 1$66SUIIBEAMTIOER NAS: 'The Games' starring Hospital: 'Anne of a ThousandDays'
& Evenings. Janitorial:work, MayportNS. Excel Cond., 4260 Engine with plentyof Michael Crawford and Ryan
$1.87 per hr. Mon.-Fri. Call 387. extras. Polished aluminum rim, O'Neal. Color drama. 'G' G. (97
7581. Fiber glass hood,new top and exhaust mins.)
illJ.iA !imBI system. R&H., $1595. Jax Ext. 3176 or 'The Sicilian Clan'NAS
; > 264-5614. Hospital: Wednesday,August 12
BABYSITTER WANTED Matinee: 'Battle Beneaththe

4 afternoons days per week.your home.Mornings Avail.my Aug.home-24. 'HIDDEN WATERS' 14 FT. BOAT Earth' starring Kerwin NAS: 'Play Dirty' starring
771-4413. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots 35 HP., Evlnrude, Trailer in good Matthews and Vivian Ventura. Michael Caine and Nigel
available. Excellent fishing, boating, condition. $350. 398-4336. Color Science Fiction. (92 mins.) Davenport. Color War Drama.
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also,
permanent home area. High, wooded Sunday,August 9 'GP' G. (117 mins.)
.. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake FOR SALE Hospital: 'Frankenstein Must
lots.
'P4p!t }? ; :
i i[ I'g: !l 2 JjlBE Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. 32,000 1967 Ford miles.Mustang One.owner,289,,V-8 Immaculate., R&H, AT, NAS: 'Hang 'Em High' Be Destroyed'

$1395. 7722324.
FOR SALE OR RENT i I
RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash.for your
A RADIO OR equity or let us rent your home.
TV ANNOUNCER REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for QUESTIONSand
Recorded message by leading an map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. Mills, USN Ret. 2642411.
355-2944. ORANGE PARK REALTY
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY.

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS '
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape PINK 3RICK HOUSE ANSWERSThis
players. At dealers cost to liquidate 2415 McCayDr 3BR., 2B., Attached
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. Garage, Ct, ...h & A., Paneled Den,
Fenced back 'd, Lots of shrubs. $94 Question tool AiuwiT departmrnt -
mo.Modest i-qi:jy.Assume. SVi percent has \bent viulilmlieil (for the
7813243. hrnefit of ull military |>rr omiel. Send r F fl1L
mortgage. "unli.. toi: Anjcncnn, Purer, I'm
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE ii* _
Mr, I HIT I I X, I9lli St., Arlington, I
Auto AC., central & window units Vn. .'..>oy. L//) / \\rL7 f.
serviced & repaired. EQUITY FOR SALE -.. .
Tylers Heating&Air Conditioning
disabled
I vet
By Owner. Call 7710929. Q. am a
4711 Palmer(Lake Shore)
388.5161 eran and receive 50 percent
WINDSOR FOREST disability for myself, wife,
Brick, Colonial Style, 23BR., 2B., and two children. One is
FISHWilford's Cent. AC, rather exclusive neigh turning 18 soon. Will con.
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH
Fish Camp 264.9707.GEORGJSKENNELS borhood. Fenced yard. Pay equity and tinue to receive benefitsfor
assume 5'/4 mortgage. Ph. 771-6893. him?

A. Not unless he plans to WESTSIDE
CLOSE TO CECIL continue school. You will receive
3BR., 2B., Fla. Rm., Small Down. benefits for him until he VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Est. FHA-VA terms. Quick Move-in. 387. reaches age 23 if he remains in ,
Pickup & Delivery Available. 7382 after 4 p.m.HOUSE. school and is unmarried.Q. .
& Bathing.
Grooming Defleaing CARS
SELLING USED
Matercharge & Bank Amerlcard
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 Will gun.fired projectiles .
Edgewood Crt. 3890064.)() FOR SALE have the Inertial
3870 Park 2BR., with 2BR., Garage guidance systems that missiles
Apartment. Terms. 388-6009. now have 100% GUARANTEE
WASH & PAINT HOUSES
2642613. A. Not yet, but the Navy is
Interior & Exterior.
WE BUY EQUITIES
working on it. The problem is
Louise T. Bailey, Broker. 771-3605 or much the same as that of rocket 69 VW Sedan $2095Black

2468253. assisted shells. The system has with white vinyl top, R&H, WWT,Auto stick shift
1 to survive the muzzle blast.Q. .
. 1 1 _i[Jit9JijJ and AIR CONDITIONINGI!

;::;::.. ..:< Who was the first man 66 BONNEVILLE $1450
.... ."RENT. LS.' .,,,. "", ..' ".... in the Army to receive the
Medal of Honor Door Hardtop, R&H Power Steering, FACTORYAIR
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK CONDITIONINGI! .
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS; clean modern A. Colonel Bernard J. D. Irwin -
trailer and Ap'v 3893007. ORANGE PARK for heroism against the 69 DODGE Pick-Up $1950
2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn., Indiana in what is now Arizona.
Dishwasher Carpets, Drapes. Although he performed the feat 1/2 Ton, long wheelbase, V-8, R&H. Ideal for camper.

FOR RENT .Elizabeth Apts., 771.U05 or 771-3355 in 1861, he did not receive the Station $2400Extra
69 VW
Wagon
7703 Morse Ave., 2BR., Trailer, 8x38, Medal until 1894.
$65 a month. Lights furnished. 771- Nice, R&H.

8049. 66 VW Station Wagon $1395

SP PERSONNEL ASSOCIATES RaJio and heater

5f? 1029 SEABOARD COASTLINE BUILDING PHONE 354-5461
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL CITIES VOLKSWAGENS/

JUNIOR OFFICERS '63 to '69-MANY TO SELECT FROM!

1Wfi.; '" '1t.MNlltllTgtr)4): ....'iU.v.\t'1\: ,:! r SPECIAL; LEAVING THE SERVICE?-WE HAVE ii iIm' ijijj'JJ iii1i _
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EXCITING CAREER POSITIONS FOR YOU I IFOU'R

DEER SPRINGS ESTATES FEE PAID EXAMPLES ARE: IJ:: :",.?y jz,.;;p*r..JI"fc.t"I'M'"I".. .. ."*'''kV.......Ji!.fnt:1.....-;<.;:, :,,,.::i7:::' rf.i\.M::)'.:.
State 44 Rd mlnu'rMI 21 near ksystens Jax. t.(1.. ':"" .,.;,.J ..... ..LIMe :.l"lM"""'....i 1: .. t"
Ht MARKETING REP. to $10,0001ST YEAR I

WATERFRONT LOTS, ENGINEER to $12,0001ST YEAR!

$3950 up. ACCOUNTING to $10,0001ST' YEARI! WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

COTTAGESMOBILE SALES REP. to $10,000 1ST YEARIMANAGEMENT !

to $10,000 1ST YEARI! INC. -
HOMES ,

CAMPSITES CALL OR WRITE US NOWI! 1150 Line A,.., So. PhoM 7815511Opn

1029 SEABOARD COASTLINE BLDG.
Clyde W.Simpson I Co. Daily 8 to I:30.Saturday 8 to 5.
REALTOR 356-6149$ ((904)) 354-5461 PAT PATTERSON .BILL BROWN Sunday 1 to 6 PM*

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Jax-A total of 26 Civil Service Supply Department and three plaques to Supply Department both military and civilian Green Cove Springs as well as at
employees at the air station men who are believed to be the retirees during a retirement federal service. Ralph Longwell, NAS Jacksonville Supply
retired last week,departing witha last remaining plank owners of ceremony and cake cutting. a warehouseman, has worked in Department. Mrs. Harriett
combined total of 725 years of Jacksonville Naval Air Station. Rufus Coleman, and Samuel the air station's NARF and Arnold, a procurement assistantin
federal service. The retirees Supply Officer Capt. R. C. Grant warehousemen in the Public Works Department before the Purchase Division, com-
included a husband and wife from O'Loughlin presented retirementlITMoney storage branch, each completedmore working in the Supply Department pleted nearly 27 years of federal
than 29 years of federal Longwell completed more service.
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.t:! I I service. Warehouseman Robert than 24 years of service. Superviosry Inventory
Harley completed nearly 22 yearsof Harry Young, fork lift Management Specialist, Mrs.
federal service. Packer in the operator, completed 24 years of Anna Faircloth, began her
Material Division, James Hut- service in the military, as a federal employment in the air
cherson completed over 24 years civilian employee at NAS

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: WNONEW ESPRICES TO ALL! I I I

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& USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES tan
NEW & USED TV SETS n
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES 11pra
AIR NEW CONDITIONERS DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS lr?s c,9//;/ as

servicefor '.; Mrs.9am. 7 p,m. Come In& BrowseSERVICEMEN
San Juan at Niblick
Phone 384-4406

servicemen-at HFC 1, 2 and 3 Bedrooms
Garden Type Apartments with
Country Club Atmosphere
Kitchens equipped with O-E
Looking for a trustworthy place to borrow? Aska Ranges & Refrigerators
Individual Air
buddy who's borrowed from HFC. He'll tell Heating by G-E Conditioningand

you that we give understanding money help YpURBUSSNESsANT .. Wall Drapes to furnished Wall Carpeting
promptly. Every year hundreds of thousands of wE w Large Swimming PoolRETIRING

service people borrow with confidence and re
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pay with convenience at Household Finance. -

You can, too. Come in today. $1500.00 OFF

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Need up to $600? ..or leivhtg

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30 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM the Service' ?

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; LIBERTY BILTMORE TRAINING PAY!!!

l 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone 355-9683 HALLMARK PEACHTREE MANY OPENINGS.
J Electronic Techs-Grlds
d Cedar Hills Shopping Center A&B Schools$5200.59600Engineering

,, 3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone 771-9190 Hart Mobile Home & Safety OfficersAs
Safety Engrs.S78oo-$12o00
t .. 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 Action CenterWhere Call Bill Cooper387.6416

3 Penman Plaza Shopping Center Quality And Value Arc Traditional Wcstsid

1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 10607 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD PHONE 721.1544 Personnel I

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PLANK-OWNERS RETIRE- Capt.John R. Kincaid, NAS C.O.talks with, plank owners (|left
to right) ,Rayford McKinnon, Aubrey Wilson and Frank McKinley during their retirement
HUTCHERSON HARLEYworked ceremonies July 30. The three men are believed to be the last remaining plank-owners of NAS
Jacksonville.

station's Supply Department in for the Labor Board,
1943, and has completed more NARF and Supply Departmentsat
than 27 years in civilian service. NAS Jax as well as a tour in Three Station 'PlankOwners'Retire
Mrs. Louise Harris, supply clerk, Japan. He has been employed in
has completed 15 years in federal federal service a total of 31 years.
service. Mrs. Kathryn Knudsen has
Careers.Jax
Inventory Management served at NAS Norfolk, Va., NAS Following Long

Assistant,Mrs. Betty Henderson, Oceana, Va., and at Supply -
was employed in the NAS Department, NAS Jax for a totalof -
Jacksonville Comptroller 27 years federal service. -Three of the air station's McKinley 56, worked his way up Va., when he began work for the
Department and the Internal Supply Data Assistant Robert civilian employees who have from an inspector to a supervisory Navy as a messenger boy. The 58-
Revenue Service before being Welsh has worked for the Air worked here since the air stationwas engineer during his 30 year-old Wilson transferred to
transferred to the NAS Jax Force,the Census Bureau and for commissioned in 1940 have years with the station's Public Jacksonville in 1940 and sub-
Supply Department. She com- NAS Jax Supply Department. His completed long careers with the Works Department.In sequently worked hs way from a

pleted 24 ,years of federal ser total service is more than 13 years,, Navy and retired July 30. a letter to the retiring storekeeper to a foreman before
vice. Mrs. Opal Hickson, a Mrs. Beulah Wise, office services The 'Plank-owners' a persons civilian, Capt. John R. Kincaid, his retirement.
supervisory procurement clerk supervisor, began her federal who served aboard a ship or NAS commanding officer wrote, Wilson also received a framed
has completed 38 years of federal service with the Jacksonville naval installation when itwas 'As a plank-owner you have certificate for 40 years service as
service. She has held civilian Veteran's Bureau, transferred to commissioned are Frank shared a unique part of the well as a framed certificate of
employment in the Veteran's the Veteran's Hospital in ,Bay McKinley, Aubrey F. Wilson Jr., history of NAS Jacksonville. You retirement and 40 year service
Bureau and the Veteran's Ad- Pines, Fla. and came to NAS Jax and Rayford McKinnon. have witnessed and participatedin pin from the Secretary of the
ministration, in the Army Supply''Department in 1940. She McKinley a 1934 graduate of the growth of the station from Navy upon his retirement.
Communications Agency, and in has served 39 years in the federal the University of Florida,ended a its commissioning ... as an McKinnon, 65-years-
the Air Force before working in government. Mrs. Marie C. career that spanned 32 years aviation cadet training base to its old.originally from Camden, Ga., i
the NAS Jax Supply Department.John Phillips, supply clerk, began her since he began his federal serviceas with present identity as the largest started to work at the station's -/,
Hofmann began his service in the then Overhaul and a construction engineer military industrial center in laborer
Supply Department as a
Repair Department, now NARF, the WPA in Key West in the '
federal service by joining the Northeast Florida. and retired as a packer after
Army in 1933. He has sinceDOMINICK'S and was transferred to Supply summer of 1937.
Starting to work at the air Wilson ends a 40-year career nearly 30 years of government
She has served
department. a
that started in Hampton Roads, service.
total of 21 years federal service. station in the fall of 1940. -

Comptroller, Cdr. George

Eckert three Comptroller Jr. presented Department plaques to LOW RENT, LOW TAXES, etc., means..

employees upon their retirement.
Payroll clerk Matilda Whitaker
Under New Management 31 of federal
completed years
& American Food
Italian LOW OVERHEAVE
Family Style Dining Room service. Accounting Technician
Woodrow Wilds served 30 yearsas
FEATURING THE a government employee and

Gladys Ebert completed 29 yearsas
BEST PIZZAIN a budget analyst.Air .
$ HUNDREDSBRAND -
Operations Administrator '-
TOWN!II! !
Hugh A. Bruce has retired after
NEW 1969 and 1970 EXEC's and DEMO's
OPEN DAILY: 30 years of combined civilian and

10AAAtil MIDNIGHT military service. Plymouths and Chryslers
TUESDAY! NARF Commanding Officer,
S P.M.til MIDNIGHT Capt. D. H. Heile, presented
6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Mechanical Engineer Allison L. BELOW Dealer's COST!
Phone Ahead For Kolbe a retirement plaque after
FAST SERVICE! 30 years of military and civilian A LARGE SELECTION OF PLYMOUTH and CHRYSLER STATION WAGONS
387-2621 service.
government SAVE up to $1500ONLY

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MSTS Changes Title; .>>,,'

Mission Remains Same 4>



WASHINGTON. Military Sea Transportation Service

become Military Sealift Command August 1. Ap u % jJih I

proval of the change of name for the U. S. Navy command

which has responsibility for providing sea transportation -

support for all elements of Department of \ ;
Defense has been given by Deputy Secretary of Defense '
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;, David Packard.
stacks and by the prefix- USNS. ;-
Present commander of MSTS is
before each ship's name on the
-
( VAdm. Arthur R. Gralla. In
recommending the change bow. The acronym represents k
United States Naval Ship. i if .. ,
R which was endorsed by Secretary ,
Commissioned of the
;. of the Navy John Chafee the ships Navy \
USS United
designated
are ,
: admiral said that Military Sealift
.. States Ship.
Command was a title which
MSTS its small fleetof
uses own
better depicts the mission and
f:'\ roles of the global Navy com government-owned ships to
move less than 8.6 per cent of the
mand. sealifted from the _t e
4 military cargo w
He said the term 'sealift' is
4 eI d _
Continental United States to
widely used by those involved in
Bulk of
overseas troops. military
'
planning for national security ,
cargo including ammunition, R r r7.-1
t' and has a common connotation.
'Airlift and sealift he said 'are foodstuff, clothing, weapons, ',
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tanks and other ', .
helicopters, ". .
the two basic of ) '
sources global "
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wheeled vehicles is moved on' "!"r L,"", ;0.};J ,'110><, 1 .. '
for Armed '
Forces
mobility our "I "f..l.
commercial ships. Much of the' tl 1.,;: ,'4,f' 't1, ,';,.,' 1 : \ ",'T"J
and they operate as a team in tr < 'i'1 f ""
military cargo moves on Y 'Wiry: :Wff"t; >,"( f
and Defense ,
moving supporting
f" i al t
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Forces worldwide.' regularly scheduled runs of '; :tly { ...'jj':);;.'W i/;: I "}r',, .-"' M1 r f
commercial firms.
Change of the MSTS title to shipping A CLOCK TO NOT E.-The large clock recently installed on the front of Public Works Maintenance
When such service is not
Military Sealift Command will 'available MSTS charters Divison, Bldg. 103 is keeping track of the safe days of work. J.D. Harrison adds the last numeral for

not require a vast number of Merchant ,Marine for the correct daily count for work days without a lost time accident. The clock, designed and built by
ships a
follow-up actions since the number of PWD Maintenance employees, is activated by a sweep second hand, representing 275 employeeswho
command operates no bases and specific of time. voyages or a hope to exceed their goal of 1000 accident free days. ,.
period
its ships do not carry the com-
In the fiscal MSTS
past year,
mand title on their bows or stacks
and since no organizational moved approximately 26.5
changes will be made. million measurement tons of VP-5 Holds Award CeremonyJaxThe
military In the
MSTS' Government owned cargo. previous

ships are identified by blue and fiscal year, 30.6 million 'Mad Foxes' of Patrol reported to Patron Five and are separation between the airfield

gold stripes which circle the measurement tons were tran- Squadron Five, commanded by assigned to the Electronics and living area at Sigonella
than
More of
sported. 90 percent Cdr. R. T. Thomas, held a per- Branch. required the squadron to run
the military cargo outbound from sonnel inspection and awards Seven individuals distinguished continous bus service. The

FRIENDLY, RELAXED the continental United States ceremony July 30 in Hanger 1000. themselves by receiving the drivers served 12-hour watches,
moved in of the
QUIET ATMOSPHEREiiiiiiiimmiimiMiiimmiiitimiiiMMi ships U. S. Twentytwo men were honored, Navy Good Conduct Award. driving over substandard roads
Merchant Marine, and 96 percent many for their outstanding Receiving these awards were and being confronted by drivers
of the and
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR supplies equipment personal contributions to the AWC J. L. Russell, fifth award, whose driving habits were totally
CECIL FIELD, N.A.S moved to Southeast Asia, Ad- squadron during its recent ATI C. A. Johnson, second unlike those to which they were

CLOSE CHURCHES TO SCHOOLS AND, miral Gralla said, has been deployment to Sigonella. An award,ADJ1 G. W Clifford, third accustomed. ADJ3 G. L. Caulk,

delivered by sea. account of the individuals and the award, AW2 L. E. Cravey, ADJ2L. ADJ3 D. V. Harwood, ADR3 F. L.

..............SHOPPING................................. MSTS was organized in 1949 awards they received follows, in A. Jennings, TN E. P. Chambliss, AME3 M. L. Betke
Mr. & Mrs. Payton Watson, when the Army Transport Service order of presentation Barachina and TN V. S. and AN D. R. Bugh were com-
and
771,6666 Naval combined TransportationService ATN3 J. F. White received a Salangsang,first awards. AWl D. mended by the Skipper for their
...... were for more
letter of
D. Teemley received a accident-free driving record
Unit Commendation
Take 103rd to Firestone! effective of DOD Navy
Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks management Ribbon for his participation with commendation from Adm. E. P. under these strenuous conditions.
sealift.The of the
Secretary
Past Forrest High School Navy Holmes, CINCLANTFLT, for his
HT-8 in the relief effort
following
is the single manager for all DOD
outstanding performance as a
sealift with MSTS the Hurricane Camille's striking the
COLONIAL Navy's
executive for day-to-day Gulf Coast in August 1969. ATN3 Jezebel operator with his
agency Jumpon
previous command, VP-26,
R. C.Toschi was also awarded an
support of U. S. forces.
FOREST President Nixon singled out NUC Ribbon for his services in during operations 'of vital in-

MSTS for special praise duringits USS Coral Sea off the coast of terest to national security'.

20th anniversary last year Vietnam during the period October Three more of VP-5's flight the

5928 FIRESTONE ROAD when he wrote a message to 1968 to March 1969. These crewmen completed the extensive -

MSTS employees. two men have just recently training syllabus and
were designated aircrewmen. BondWagon.

AW3 R. A. Furman, Julie-ECM

operator, A03 N. J. Ezzell, ord-
nanceman and AN D. P. Smoot,
radioman, now have the right to .
A REMINDER: wear the gold aircrewman wings.

PN1 R. A. Goodall, V P-5's most
recent selected for sailor-of-the-

: \it 'd:...: i quarter, received his official
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I NATTC : Behind the SceneAIR J


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MEDAL records for all Coast Guard was presented with a Certificateof '"
Personnel at NATTC. He is being Appreciation and a letter from tF
Jax Aviation
Second-Class Ordnanceman relieved by YN1 Joseph J. the commanding officer of the 1a !! .
Ricky Lee S.
Proffer
]Puhlick whom he relieved of the Navy Recruiting Station In the
was prsented with the Air Medal
$same duty four
for his meritorious years ago. Jacksonville District for their
achievement YNC Fitchett is married to the
spirited cooperation in furthering
in aerial flight as an aircrewmanof
f former Gladys Merritt and
they
excellent relations between the
aircraft
to patrol Patrol while attached 1 have two children. Before United States Navy and the eI ;;
Squadron 42. The i reporting for duty aboard the
people of this community. AEC i 7r
squadron was engaged in combat (Coast GuardCutter Escanaba, he <
Joseph Wilson, one of the Jaxon
operations against the enemy in ]plans to take a week's leave so he Lancers' managers, stepped
Southeast Asia from Jan. 11, 1966 to Sept. 26, 1967.
]pastimes fishing and sports the drill team. '
A02 Proffer completed 50 ;spectating.
direct combat support missions
against the enemy in an active
combat area and contributed REAL'BOSS
materially to the success of the ADVANCEMENTSOn BOSSES RETIRES HM1 Austin R. Hensley is proudly observed by his wife
United States efforts in Southeast Juanita and daughters Valta and Vicki as he accepts a letter of appreciation -
Asia. Monday Commanding from Capt. C. W. Lewis Jr., Naval Hospital commandingofficer.
His citation reads in part: 'His i Officer Capt. John E. Kennedy These are real 'boss' bosses! HM1 Hensley Is being transferred to the Fleet Reserve after
devotion to duty in the face of ]presented certificates and LCdr. C. M. McQuaig, Senior completing 20 years of active duty, and plans to spend his retirementin
enemy fire under hazardous flying conditions was in keeping ;advanced. The new chief is AEC Robert W. Kelley, and Mr. Ray
with the highest traditions of the !David H. Stiefel and the three O'Connell treated the Waves of Admin Air Get
United States Naval Service.;' :new first class petty officers are: Building 500 to a birthday buffet Ops
DTI Dean L. Strickland, AEl luncheon given at the Candlelight
NAVY COMMENDATIONS !Earl Vernon, and A01 Vernon Restaurant on July 30. LCdr.
Phillips McQuaig got the luncheon off to a New CommandersJax
The Navy CommendationMedal good start by toasting the Waves
was presented to Cdr. PRESENTEDThe 28th birthday with bubbly pink
Arthur Schlofman. He receivedthe Jaxon Lancers Drill Team champagne. Cdr. Alva L. Phillips Jr., Parks Jr. assumed duties as the
medal for meritorious service former head of the Planning NAS administration officer.

while serving as training officer ',:' Management Division in the For the past two years Cdr.
and training facilities officer at > office of the Chief of Naval Parks was the Deputy Chief of
the Naval Air Technical Training F. t. Operations, took charge of Air Naval Operations Air), servingas
Center in Memphis, Term from : Operations here, relieving Cdr. the 'head aviator' for the
September 1966 to June 1970. R. A. Gibson.A Navy.
He made an outstanding ",. 1967 graduate of the Industrial This is the commander's
contribution toward increased College for Armed second tour at NAS Jacksonville.
efficiency of management and Forces in Washington, Cdr. From 1961 to 1963 he served as
improved training. He procuredand RI Phillips was assigned to the meterology officer with Air
introduced more modern r \ "ISaJW CNO's office for three years. Operations.
S
ground instructional aircraft as Y f Cdr. Phillips is a veteran of Prior to his tour as DCNO, Cdr.
the primary training vehicle in t =; World War II and the Korean Parks served in the Pacific with

the Aviation Machinist's Mate 1 <1 e w War. In 1945, he was a fighter Weather Reconnaissance
School, accomplishing the pilot aboard the Shangri-La, the Squadron.One and as operations
transition to the S2A aircraft in a .' *, first carrier to enter Tokyo Bayat officer and executive officer
minimum of time without interruption yS' the time of the Japanese aboard the carrier Yorktown. He
in the training surrender. has earned three Air Medals
programs. As a result of his l' I He joined the Navy through the and a Navy Commendation
detailed knowledge in aviation a Naval Aviation Cadet Program in ''Medal with Combat 'v' for
technical training and his ability 1942, completed flight training at Vietnam service.
to improvise, substitute and seek L--1 Pensacola, and was commissioned *
Born in
out alternate means of solving ,.,; in August 1944. Since West Enterprise, Miss.,
difficult problems, the Aviation then he has beome a qualified Cdr. Parks joined the Navy in
helicopter pilot.Released 1942 and completed flight
Support Equipment Course was RECEIVING AWARDS Cdr. Schlofman and A02 Proffer are from active duty in training at Corpus Christi.
established on schedule despite (presented awards by Capt. Kennedy during a NATTC personnel (in.
1947 he attended He is
shortages in training equipment j spection. Georgia a graduate of East
Technical Institute and majoredin Central Junior College in
Cdr. Schlofman helped in the industrial relations. Upon Decatur, Miss., the University of
development of programmedslide NARF Officers' Wives graduation he was employed with Mssissippi and .the Naval
presentation of Programmed Dayton Rubber in Ohio until his Postgraduate School.
Instruction and in the incorporation recall to active duty in 1953. Cdr. Parks and his wife

of video tape Tour Rework FacilityJax Also reporting from presently live in Jacksonville.
recordings in the Instructor Washington. Cdr. William L. They have two children.
Training School, These
educational techniques resultedin The wives of NARF ofthe facility with LCdr. L.'J. Horn
improved instructor and 1 facers and department as tour guide explaining the
student performances, higher i superintendents were given an various operations that go into
morale and a significant contribution to'the overall cost 1 husbands' work on an orientation

reduction programs. He also !tour of the Rework Facility July ,,(JJtd.. YOUR. 'COMM1fS p
established an annual training :29. ./ 'II!!, EfI l/ff
devices seminar for the purposeof They were welcomed aboard
updating personnel in the 1 by Capt. D. H. Heile, commanding : at Sheraton
training devices administration i officer,after which they Ili
viewed a color-slide presentation
Cdr. Sftofman who has been :
director of training at NATTC 'of the'NARF Story.: They toured .,.

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i f ships over for an additional six years. Lt. D. A. Boughan, assistant

I: ... personnel officer administered the re-enlistment oath. Petty Officer
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Harry E. Haldeman of WeaponsDepartment's 4 ::=!'
window became the setting for ASC George Cutts to reenlist for two AUW Torpedo Fr

j years The Support Equipment chief.an 18 year Navy veteran, Is Maintenance reenlisted for an
shipped over by U. D. Elliott of GSE.THRU additional four years.

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Moldoon receives the oath of enlistment to add six more years to his 14

year Navy career. Cdr. M. C. Premo/ aircraft maintenance department -

_L1R L officer/is administering the oath
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CONGRATS TO GUNNY AND

WIFE. Gunnery Sergeant W., E. .( ,
Briant AE School instructor at ? JY
MATSG, receives simultaneous
/ \ congratulations from Lt. Col. L.

I / E. Blanchard, MATSG CO (right
1 front) and Captain Rollins,OIC of I Itl ll -
AE School (rear) Monday '
upon
uPivs I HMC R. L. STRATMAN'of the
receiving the Navy Ahievement
Fiscal and Supply Division at the
Medal with Combat 'V.The .
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Of Hospital recently reenlisted for
gunnery sergeant also four years during a ceremony
OtbaIwI1Y received an honorable discharge
conducted by Capt. C. W. Lewis
\ prior to reenlisting for three

USAf years. J r.ONE LAST TIME AOC
Later in the ceremony Mrs.
Donald Burt ships over for the
Mary L. Briant was
last time with Capt. H. O. Cutler
.. congratulated for becoming a
-' former NAS commanding officer
member of the '100 mile club
administering one of his last
enlistment oaths aboard the air

station. Burt a 26 year veteran
is instructor at NAMTD's Air

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Hospital's Walt Brittle EarnsAllNavy bi


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Jax-Walt Brittle,who won the
Sixth Naval District Golf

Tournament here two weeks ago,
has made the trip to Naval ate

Station Long Beach, Calif., R 3
where he is playing in the $

All Navy golf tournament this .;_.' ''S,..
week.A .
second class corpsman .
assigned to the Hospital, Brittle .3.
was the fourth man to representthe
South Atlantic Regional team
that was selected following the
regional last week at Little

Creek, Va.Brittle .
had an opening round of
76 at Little Creek before coming
back with a 72 to move up to sixthon
the second day. He closed out
with a 72 and a two under par 70
_
to make the regional team and a .x.. M _
dom.of of 1 It shot to earn All-Navy honors.

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Brittle the Sixth ,
represented .. : "' ,
Naval District at Little'Creek in I ;:.:, ', -Ii!. ., ';,..;' .' .. ."

the open division,along with Tim .
SENIOR ENTRY Wilburn
Bestienheider, who finished fifth, -
L Ball, winner of the Sixth Naval ,
and Bill Glisson who ended in
ninth slot. The fourth Sixth Naval up Dstrict Golf Tournament seniors ? QC \
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division at NAS Jax, also took @
District team member, Dick Ef'J
South Atlantic Regional honors at
Craig, from Charleston failed to
Little Creek. This week he is
make the top ten at the regional.
Both seniors players from the representing the region in Long CLEVELAND INSTITUTEOF
Beach, Calif., for the Navy. If he ELECTRONICSNew
Sixth Naval District here finishedin
takes the seniors Navy title, he
t
the top three at Little Creek,
has a shot at the interservice golf GI Bill Approved
with Wilburn Ball winning the
title, to be played at Long Beach Accredited by
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HM2 Walt Brittle shows the form that regional earn
wonhimthe Sixth Naval District open golf title here two 'weeks ago. Navy berths.
Representing the Sixth Naval District, he finished fourth in the South The regional open winner was 86 Saratoga Circle
Atlantic Region and earned team spot for the All-Navy being played Dave Estes of ComFive who fireda Atlantic Beach, Fla.32233
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