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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1970
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.. A NAS Jacksonville chaplain who accompanied J]

: Marines into eight major combat operations in Vietnam J,

has been decorated with the Bronze Star for his courage 4

and composure under fire.

Yfa'il LCdr. Carroll R. Spencer ..
received the medal during a major combat operations as
$ ty ceremony conducted here by Dewey Canyon, Cameron Falls e
r Capt John R. Kincaid, air station and Utah Mesa, the chaplain was .
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,- commanding officer. cited for 'exceptional courage "
"j I Chaplain Spencer distinguished and composure under fire as he
himself while serving as chaplain continually traveled into areas of ;
t with the Third Battalion, Ninth active enemy contact to reach t
& 4 Marines, Third Marine Division forward bases and other widely ,
from February to November of dispersed elements of his bat* ;
\ last year and subsequently on talion to administer the .
Okinawa. sacraments and conduct .
While he was in Vietnam he religious services.'

f was credited with traveling On one occasion, the battalion
( extensively throughout his area command post, located on Tam ,;
I of responsibility to provide Boi Mountain in Quang Tri
f I worship services, religious Province, came under a fierce ,.
I counsel, and guidance for the attack from three directions by a ',-
myriad of problems faced by men large hostile force, wounding
LCdr. Spencer's 10-year-old son, Kent, and Mrs. received for his meritorious service with the in combat. several Marines.
Spencer admire the Bronze Star which the chaplain Marines in Vietnam. Accompanying his men on suchPublished The citation accompanying the

medal said, 'Undaunted by the
intensity of the enemy fire, LCdr.
Spencer boldly moved throughoutthe
kMav fire-swept area to 'comfort
v e and care for the casualties

--- 'When inclement weather on
the mountain during the days :
1Ylh. a, r; following the defeat of the hostile
+ -ewr+4Y -rSTb.. .r,., I y force prevented the medical

evacuation of the casualties, he
by till' tlult PuhlisNnic Omipuny. a private firm.Opinion rxprvsnrd by the publisher and writer herein we their own and not to be considered 1m 0 f drill I expression of any
military dt-pitrtmi lit. Tbi.11JJ1'1U1UI..p of odvprtiMiiienU in IhU publication dues not constitute an endurtoment of any .military department of the product or KervirrH advertised unhesitatingly distributed his ,
VOL. 28 NO. 21 t>. j. NAVAL AIR JTAT/ON.JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA AUGUST 13, 1970 personal belongings to comfort I
and shield the wounded from the
bitter cold and relentless rain i

V .l :'''' '' ,, '. J""' I until their evacuation was ef
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"'l'J.w'jft tJ.< PCS Orders PriorityAt the Marines after their
;Aq' redeployment to Okinawa. The
z: citation concluded his 'tireless

I. Navy Guest HouseJaxFriends leadership superior
professionalism, and steadfast
devotion to duty were in keeping
and relatives of Navy and Marine Corps personnel with the highest traditions of the
visiting military personnel can nolon'ger with dependents on a set of Marine Corps and of the United '
i be guaranteed ac- permanent change of station States Naval Service.'
t commodations at the Navy orders; (2) Other active duty The chaplain, his wife Faye,
Exchange Guest House facility personnel and their dependents; and the couple's two sons live
'. due to new regulations issued by ((3)) Retired military personneland aboard the station.
the Chief of Naval Personnel. their dependents; ((4)) Official
wp ilL Because the primary purpose guests and visitors of the com-
of the Guest House units is to mand; and ((5)) Visiting relativesand
J provide temporary housing to guests of assigned military InsideEDITORIAL .
''J'' Navy families traveling on personnel in isolated areas where
; permanent change of station civilian
community accommodations Page
:">>,. (PCS) orders, reservations
may are not available.
...... MENU PagetMOVIES
be made
only by personnel NAS Jacksonville is among 33
CAMP ENDS-The summer for deserving Jacksonville
camp
arriving or departing homeportsor
naval activities which have been
youngsters that began aboard station in June ends tomorrow. Getting stations on PCS orders selected' 'to receive additional Page 13
E together with some of the campers this week was Acey Deucey Club
All others will be housed on a temporary housing units. WANT ADS Page 13
Assistant Manager Sonny Stubbs. The club was responsible sending first come first served basis There two-
( eight boys to the camp, which is being sponsored by Neal Tyler according to the following occupancy bedroom are and currently 13 threebedroomunits 18 SPORTS
Page 19
and the Schlitz Brewing company through its nation-wide Send a Kid priority list establishedby
in operation here and 25 11'1
to Camp program. Camp Director Joe Regna second from right. OPNAVINST 11107.1: ((1) scheduled. ,

_more_ M'are_ _.. ____.__ .___

r; Nicholas New Top Weather CPO a w s 9 s } 'i2',, u ra '

J$ I I Jax( AGCM Robert Nicholas the master chief's role as, top suggestions from enlisted per- ,
N : I of Fleet Weather Facility has enlisted advisor tc the com- sonnel to the commander.The j;sy. ka ,*may r Ore g 0
swapped jobs with AGCM mander of Naval Weather Ser chief was selected for this p {tz / i
William L. Heagley, master chief vice Command.As top position because of his out- 41r
petty officer of Naval Weather senior enlisted advisor, standing leadership and per- k :.t 5/ 4'
Service Command headquarters Chief Nicholas will assist the formance in previous
: in Washington. command's inspector general on meterological billets at air
,r : Chief Heagley took over' as tours of Naval Weather Service stations, weather centrals and
leading chief of Fleet Weather Command activities and will with important staffs aboard
;" Facility while Nicholas assumed report all worthy ideas and ship.
As former enlisted advisor,
Chief. Heagley was commendedby
Operation Handclasp the commander Naval
r Weather Service Command for 0 .
bringing a particularly keen
appreciation of enlisted problemsto
Drop Off Established headquarters as well having 4 ..
: the experience and initiative to
; Jax-Bldg. 917 has been designated as the drop off point aboard make significant contributions to
station for those wishing to participate in the Operation Handclasp their solutions. } ,. tr
project to support the South Vietnamese Navy's welfare program.
: The project, which began aboard station last week, seeks to gain FRA SlatesConvention
: contributions to help the Navy of South Vietnam start a welfare <
t program for its Navymen and their families.
'1 Under the sponsorship of the Jacksonville Navy League, the most ... ., .

needed items include fishing gear, hand tools such as axes and hat- Jax-The 43rd Annual National ,';. "'' .
chets, gardening implements including hoes, shovels, and picks, Convention of the Fleet Reserve '-f'''.- L.!
sewing machines, needles, thread blackboards and school supplies, Association, an association or "
as well as simple wooden fUI niture. career enlisted men of the Navy GETTING ACQUAINTED with each other's jobs are Master Chiefs
Those wishing to contribute to the worthwhile project may drop off and Marine Corps, will be held in Robert Nicholas (seated), leading chief of Fleet Weather Facility, and .
their donations at the south wing of BIdg. 917 from 8 a.m until 4:30: Denver, Colo. September 7.13 at William Heagley, top enlisted adviser to the commander Naval
p.m. Monday through Friday beginning tomorrow. the Denver Hilton Hotel. Weather Services Command in Washington.r .


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Writing For FreedomMen r" ViolationsThe


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and women in the armed forces are great ones for writing 1 r
letters when from their loved following is a report of
especially they are separated ones. J
They write home to the family, to friends, and to relatives describingthe motor vehicle accidents and

sights they have seen and the people they have met. And, once a : traffic violations. for the period

year, if they are really in the mood for writing, they write to someone July 27 August 2.Number.

most of them have never met: Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge,
Pa. of Accidents
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This year, the Patriots Award letter writing contest asks: Freedom .
.Privilege or Obligation? The Foundation wants to hear servicemenand This week 4.
women active duty and reservists in letters (or essays and Total accidents this year through

poems) of 500 words or less answer that question.The August 2201.Number .
top active duty and Reserve award winners will receive $1,000 of accidents, through

and George Washington Honor Medals, and there are 50 awards of$100 August 1969 377.
Total number of days since last

injury in a motor vehicle accident

N\ \ ,UIL Il hli llr / .60.

., \\ Number of Violations


This week vi 57
Speeding 9

Reckless Driving 0

LT'E t.. Going through stop sign 2
\ Other violations 46 :
ftiiir\yi l 4 Red Cross Volunteers Serve in Hospitals.

Eighteen drivers appeared
M before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
and 50 for$50, along with George Washington Honor Medals and Honor Red Cross Volunteers/ August 6. Disposition of the

certificates.The cases included the following:
money is a nice incentive for taking part in the Patriots Award Seven lost driving and parking

program. However, it is not the most important reason. If'we ask privileges aboard station for
ourselves the question: Freedom Privilege of Obligation?, we may Conduct OrientationJax'Seek various periods; six were
realize that we have not been applying ourselves to thinking out the assigned to complete an eight.

significance of freedom and what it means to us. Also, we may,come hour course in remedial driving
do Naval here ;
to ducted at the
always some Hospital
up with a clearer idea on Just what we can do for our freedom.Don't .
six received suspensions six
good, somewhere. You must give from Sept. 21 through Sept. 25 ;
put off writing your letter to Freedom Foundation, Valley
warnings two
were given were
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time to fellowman. to
from 9
some your a.m. noon.
Forge, Pa 19481. Include your name, rank serial or social security
dismissed fourteen fined
Even if it's a little thing, do Miss Dorothy Rose, ARC ; were
number branch of Service unit address and
complete
your per.
(U. S. Commissioner) and
; none
manent home state address and zip code. something for those who have Hospital Field Director, Mrs.
need of help. Something for which James 0. Heft and Mrs. John A. were referred to commanding
Beat the N ov. 1 deadline.Write your letter today.
you get no pay but the privilege of Mattson, Co. Chairman of ARC officers for possible disciplinaryaction.

doing it. For remember you don't Hospital Volunteers, will instructthe .
live in a world all your own. Your Basic Red Cross Orientation Two drivers were assessed

The Power of GodBy brothers are here too. Program. Subsequent classes twenty four traffic points.

This quotation by Dr. Albert will cover clinical, as well as
Schweitzer accurately describesthe hospital procedures and
role of the American Red techniques under the guidance of rhz"iCATHOLIC
LCdr. George Sheldon, CHC, USN Cross volunteer. LCdr. Anna M. Duffy,

4 Are you interested in donatinga educational coordinator of in-
We often hear It said that God Is all powerful, and at this point thereIs few hours of your time each service training at the Naval

always someone who will ask a question such as, 'If God is all week to a worth while, yet in. Hospital.

powerful, why does he allow evll'There Is onlyone! answerthatmakessense teresting cause? If so,enroll now, For further information call
to me: God allows evil because he desires good. become an American Red Cross 772-2218 between 9 a.m. and 4

That which Is evil or good does not exist by Itself In nature. This Is all volunteer. Classes will be conJl&JWl- p.m.
'
neutral. Good or evil comes from the thoughts and actions of'man as

he lives In relationship to either men or to God. Good flows from love,
and evil flows from centeredness or selfishness. NAVAL AIR STATION
Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
Once love is possible then the opposite is also possible. God could Sunday Mass 11:00: A.M.
have created man so that he would always appear to be loving, but this Daily Mass : A.M.
kind of creature could not love. Love to be real must be freely chosen; Saturday Confessions -

it can never be coerced. When we give ourselves In love It must be a 10:30.: 11:15 a.m.
free gift and not one that Is required of us. It Is this need to chose to

love that makes evil possible. Friday,August 14 SUPPER. Oven Fried NAVAL HOSPITAL

Another way of putting this is to say that God made us so that we BREAKFAST.. Hot Oatmeal, Eggsto Chicken, Cream, Chicken Gravy, Sunday Mass 8 A.M.
Mashed Potatoes Buttered Brussel
could live In a personal relationship with him and with our fellow men. Order, French Toast, Hot Baked Sprouts, Coconut Bread ,
Again, a personal relationship implies choice. As soon as the personal Cake Beans Doughnuts., Deep Fried Fish Portions, Apricot Sauce. Pudding NATTC .

relationship is possible, the opposite is also possible. It Is for this DINNER Oyster Stew, Shrimp Sunday Mass 930A.M.-
reason that we see so much of broken relationships and hatred in this Creole, Chicken A La King, Tossed TUESDAY, AUGUST 11 Bldg. 500
world. Green Rice, Lyonnalse Wax Beans,
Strawberry Short Cake, Whipped BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Eggsto
This is the story of Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden. Man Topping. Order, Pineapple Hot Cakes, PROTESTANTNAVAL
chooses for himself to know good and evil, to make choices as to SUPPER Salisbury Steak, Brown Grilled Luncheon Meat, Cake
whether or not he will live In relationship to God and to his fellow men. Gravy,Mashed Potatoes, Baked Corn Doughnuts. HOSPITAL
and Tomatoes, Ice Cream Sundaes. DINNER Cream of Potato Soup,
Let us all, as we face choices Involving personal relationships, ask Grilled Ham Steaks, Raisin Sauce, Sunday Worship-10 A.M. : t iNAVALAIR"TATioN..1
the question,Ms this choice one which will be loving? Is this choice one SATURDAY,AUGUST Glazed Sweet Potatoes Boiled Pinto
which will enable me to live In a real personal relationship with Beans, Green Peas and Onions, Fruit 1 ..
others?' When the answer Is 'Yes then we will know that we have EARLY BREAKFAST Hot Grits,' Gelatin. Sunday
Eggs to Order, Grilled Ham Slices, SUPPER. Beef & Pork Chop Suey,
done or are doing what God wills for us. Praline Rolls.BRUNCH Fried Rice, Chinese Fried Cabbage, Holy Communion 8:30:
.. Grilled Hamburger or Chow Mein Noodles, Buttered A.M Bldg. 750
Cheeseburger, Shoe String Potatoes, Asparagus Tips, Iced Hermits. Church School (all ages)
Simmered Kidney Beans, Ice Cream
Cups. WEDNESDAYA000ST19 9 A.M. ,
SUPPER .. Breaded Veal Cutlet, Junior Church (Nursery -
AIR NEWS Brown Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, BREAKFAST Hot Corn Meal grade 6)) 10 A.M.
JTAX Bread Dressing, Seasoned Green Mush, Eggs to Order, French Toast, Divine Service.
Beans, Iced White Cake. .: '.. Broiled Bacon Slices, Raised Worship .
:
'' 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
>!ot I't. \Doughnuts. ,
SUNDAY,AUGUST DINNER Chicken Rice Soup, Junior You \ FeUowship; ,
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The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Ginger Pot Roast, Natural Gravy, : 1 P.M. Bldg. 722 ,
EARLY BREAKFAST Hot Southern
Style Greens, Lyonnaise
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Farina, Eggs to Order, Minute Steak Carrots, Banana Cake, Banana Senior Youth Fellowship .
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Home Fried Potatoes, Apple CoffeeCake Cream Icing.SUPPER 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
private firm. AU Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS ? .. Chile Hot Dogs, French
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BRUNCH Baked Chicken and Fried Potatoes,
be to the Public Box 2. NAS Buttered Fresh
must forwarded Affairs Office. Noodles Buttered Lima Beans Hot Frozen Vegetables Apple Pie. Tuesday -
Jacksonville by 12:00: .noon on Monday before publication. News Dinner Rolls Ice Cream Cups.
items are welcomed from all sources Telephone 772-3118 or SUPPER Grilled Beef Steak, THURSDAY, AUGUST Christian Science Ser
3119. Mushroom Gravy, Baked Potatoes, vice 7 P.M.
Creamed Peas and Carrots, Cherry BREAKFAST. Hot Farina Eggs
fie. To Order, Griddle Cakes, Baked .
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Sausage Patties Sugar Rolls. I '
concerning such should be directed to; MONDAY,AUGUST 17 DINNER .. New England Clam Thursday '
Chowder, Shrimp Curry, Steamed Senior Choir Rehearsal '
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY BREAKFAST .,"Hot Grits, Eggs to Rice Baked Chicken and Noodles, 7 P.M. Bldg. 750NAT'rC
Order, Creamed I' Dried Beef, Home Buttered Broccoli Spears,
4747 San Juan Ave,,.Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Fried Potatoes, Cinnamon Rolls. I Condiments of Chopped Bacon,Curry Diced
Telephone 388-2755 DINNER .. Mulligatawny Soup, Egg, Toasted Coconut,. Minced
Spaghetti with Meat Balls, Pizza Pie, Cherries, Pepper Rings and Chutney Divine
Cuban Sticks, O'Brien Summer Sauce. Ice Cream Cups. Worship. 12 P.M. -
VOL. 28 NO. 21 AUGUST 13, 1970 Squash, Buttered Broccoli, Devils SUPPER. Submarine Sandwiches, Bldg. SooEvening
Food Cake, Chocolate Fudge Hot Potato Salad Spanish Style Lima Worship.6 P.M.
.. Icing. Beans Cherry Cake
Pudding.
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- ADCOP Is Opportunity

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For Career EnlistedThe !


Associate Degree Corn'plelion one enlistment and at least five
Program (ADCOP) is an years of continuous active naval _
opportunity available only to service but no more than 14 years ..
enlisted personnel who are highly) active military service.
motivated career petty officers A high school, diploma or 7
and who are interested in pur equivalency certificate or
suing a full time course of study diploma is required.
leading to an associate degree. The ADCOP Selection Board
If you are in this select group will meet in early spring and .. -4
and meet the other eligiblity personnel selected will be ft1 2w
requirements, your application is; notified by letter, shortly after
due in the Bureau of Naval the board completes its i
Personnel by Dec. 31. proceedings.For .
In general, to be eligible for details, see your squadronor
ADCOP you must be a E-5 or activity educational services )
above who has completed at least; officer.


NewZealandersThank A WINNING' *W4D....-
'ONCE UPON A TIME'- begins the young girl in blue. That young
CecilitesCecil S lady is Katy Mclinn,who holds a story hour Tuesday afternoon for the
SfE s IFS s Station Library'at Cecil Field. She keeps the audience of dependent
children and children from the Station Nursery entranced as she reads HONDA
personnel and membersof all of the delightful stories that children love to hear. She also shows
VA-44 have been commendedfor V film strips with 'The Gingerbread Man' being the favorite. The blue MOTORS I CYCLES CO-
uniform is that of a Red Cross Youth Volunteer, a pilot program
'friendly cooperative spirit'shown 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
their aboard the station this year for the teenagers. She attends
the KIWIS during PHONE 771-8244
training here. 80NOS Presbyterian College at Clinton, S. C. where she will be a sophomoreand
is ,majoring in art.
Letters have been received
during the past weeks from the .
New Zealand Minister of
Defense, the New Zealand
Embassy the Secretary of the
Navy and the Chief of Naval
Operations commending them on Things arelooking
a job 'well done.' '

Completion of the Royal New ,,,
Zealand Air Force teams, who : ,
received transition training in the
A-4K .Skyhawk', was marked by '
the delivery of 14 new A-4's by the
USS Okinawa to New Zealand.In ,, up
the words of Minister of Defense
David Thomson to the arrival of <

the aircraft, 'Opens a new era for

Force.the Royal' New Zealand Air I +, ,' .,t. Get out of town! We'll make it
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On Sal r tt) :::':.., ;;f:}q'J 'l. ( i it::tj:\:j / %' : ;: ;:>,\ from the routine. To enjoy. To. relax.I
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k(',: '(;'i,,:>>b:::':/. ': 'f;: ".:,: 'i/:: : ':irj': ; > ;& We really hope you have a wonderful -
Jax-Florida auto }:I/,:; _k:::':Y; :!S.?) :. ';-.; /' ; : :& ." .
tags funfilled summer,
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Navy Wives Club 86 at the f ? :' ".;;?::i,,<,X.,' "t.: :: < : ;:' \:" : < t, : ; 1{(;vt' :. }<{1):
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(behind the Red Cross .a.i... fn w f .:';.,rb:;:. M 1.t.A: ?; ..., summer more enjoyable,

Office) through August 20. ,\. :. "i;:;: '::;.il; and more relaxing, we've set up whole
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from 8:30: a.m. until 2:30 t >{;:h ';:"q/;'7 Ll j; t, system of summer banking services.For .

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I Children Receive Expert Care At Station Nursery I

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Approximately 200 through.For from 6:45: a.m. to 6:30: p.m. and
children, age eight weeks and the pre-schoolers the Saturday from 7 a.m. to mid-
older, are currently enrolled at nursery offers a varied scheduleof night. On Sunday morning! the
the Navy Wives Club Nursery projects and pastimes nursery provides free child care
where they receive care and designed to sharpen coordinationand duing church services.
entertainment under the awaken new interests.
supervision of a large staff of Picnics are held when the Comfortable Atmosphere
trained personnel. weather permits, and when it v and
Sponsored by the Navy Wives becomes necessary to move Fully air conditioned i
Club, Jax 86, the nursery catersto indoors,the youngsters may keep throughout each of its com-
both military dependents and entertained with peg boards, partments, the nursery has its
children of civilian employees. beads,clay and an assortment of own galley and dining facilities
Special programs are designedfor games. A special outdoor and a bunk room where the
each of four age groups- playground has also been children can relax and take' an / t
babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers, provided for the pre-schoolers' afternoon nap.There are also two
and school aRe.PreSchool. enjoyment. kindergarten classrooms where
qualified teachers conduct
Facilities
RecreationFor classes during the school year. 3V

Play pens, high chairs and the school-age bracket, the
cribs are available in the Baby nursery provides the greatest Reasonable Rates
Department for the eight-week to assortment of activities. Com-
two-year age group. The babiesare petitive and team sports such as Working mothers may pay a M /
fed,.changed and tended to soft ball, horseshoes, basketballand weekly nursery fee as follows:
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The following new books may O'Henry Awards' is a collectionof sentimental is Erich Segal's
be found at the NAS, NATTC, the finest American fiction novel, 'Love Story.' One Harvard
I am sure by this time word has manding officers and a lot of male and one Radcliffe' female
Cecil Field, and Hospital short stories published over a one
spread that dungarees may be other people, including enlisted libraries: period. Each year the best fall in love in the oddest but
worn between off station leaders. Right now this policy is '3,000 Years of Black Poetry' is year stories from magazines are truest sort of way. Their fights,
quarters and on- base work sites applicable to the air stations ,and their language, their marriageare
new anthology of the best awarded the O'Henry prize
Albany,Cecil and Jax.Many of because the great majority of the poetry that black poets of all time included in the annual anthology.With real. The ending is real, too,
you may wonder why the changein people at these stations are under from the but sad.
have written. The editor, Alan so many to chose very very
policy. Others may wonder my command. In order to more Lomax,finds the common feelingof editors' choices for 'Prize 'Rebels In Eden by R. E.
why It is limited to the three air effectively evaluate a change in African tradition and black Stories: 1970' are outstanding Rubenstein is a study, of mass
stations. In answer to the first policy of this nature, I have fiction. political violence in the United
style to be'heart not 'soul. It is examples of short story
question, I ordered this policy decided to limit its area of ap- only recently that many of the Christiann Barnard has not States. It is the author's con-
change because I feel this is in plication. I am hoping though, poems have been written down dropped out of the spot light, tention that peaceful progress is I
step with the Navy's growing that if this trial goes well, as I Therefore the rhythm is still though it was three years ago he a myth. He demonstrates that
consciousness of our most im expect it to, the policy can be strong, the poems still very performed the first human heart mass violence has been part of
portant asset manpower. expanded to include the Naval musical. transplant. Dr. Barnard's regular experiences in America.He .
For many years, the Navy has Station, Mayport area. 'Card Tricks For Beginners' by autobiography, 'One Life,' has traces these numerous mass
been concerned with the fighting As it applies here, I feel that if a Harry Baron is a fun way to learnto recently been published. He insurrections from pre-
hardware which makes for a man lives off-station, he should entertain yourself and your recalls his early life, his Revolutionary days through the
powerful fleet. In too many cases, have enough responsibility to friends., The directions are education and his beginning recent student and ghetto
the welfare and Convenience l of keep himself looking sharp, no precise and easy to follow. The professional career. He describesthe demonstrations. The true
the man who operates this hardware matter what uniform' he wears. book is broken into sections Using first heart transplant on Louis alternatives, Rubenstein states,
has been a>. secondary We've considered the Navy wife, borrowed cards, sleight:of hand Washkansky in detail He, also are radical 'reform or massive
consideration*, Now, it}. is too::If.the Nayyman,tends to let tricks, or an apparatus. Any covers his unhappy ; personallife. retaliation against the in
becoming apparent. that. the his standards ofappearancedrop, amateur magic enthusiast will To understand this; controversial surgents. This is quite a
Navy, like any other I feel confident that the wife will enjoy this book. figure read 'One'Life.' provocative theory which
organization, must compete for exert her authority and take 'Prize Stories 1970: The Beautiful,short,sweet, sad andHURRICANE deserves careful study.
talent. In order to become appropriate action. '
competitive, ,and more im- I should point out, though, that
portantly, to remain competitive, this policy does not 'make AroundThe
we must make some changes. dungarees a liberty uniform. I
I think we are heading in the suppose a few will abuse this r
right direction by recognizingthat privilegebut I hope we will not be
the young people coming into forced to impose an irritating
the service today are better regulation on the majority NavyWASHINGTON
trained and educated than thoseof because of the lack of pride in a
15 or 20 years ago. These r
younger people are no longer few.This is one change. I'm sure we j Effective
satisfied to follow a man simply can investigate other areas of Aug. 1, the Military Sea Tran-
because of his rank or billet. The irritation on a local level. I want sportation Service became
leader of today must have enough the Jacksonville area to set the Military Sealift Command. This
knowledge and leadership to pace and be the example of what command has responsibility for
inspire confidence in his men. He can be done to improve our Navy. providing sea transportation'
must also be able to review and Let's work together on ideas for support for all elements of
revise traditions and rules that no improvement -. not only Intangible Y L F4t of Defense.
Department
useful I but ... ..
I longer serve a purpose. things, intangibles.
believe Orwell, who wrote the Things like pride, attitude and
imaginative and futuristic novel motivation. It's got to begin ..ittt BOSTON The Boston Navy
1984, would forgive me for terming someplace,and I'd like it to begin Yard is one of the five military
this trend 'New think'. here. : r'' bases in the state participating in
In keeping with the Newthink l t : the Domestic Action Program for
policy, the Chief of Naval disadvantaged youngsters.
Operations has taken steps to HUNTER RETIRES-CWO,Griffin, observed by his Numbering 22,000, these youths
bring our Navy -up-to- WETY SAKE wife, Edith receives congratulations upon his retirement from LCdr. represent 12 cities in
date by permitting longer .. Ed Sapp the squadron operations training officer. Massachusetts and New Hampshire -
sideburns. A trial program has Military participation
been established to perment E includes uses of on-base facilities
6's to have civilian clothes aboard /r VW-4 Warrant Officer and volunteer military personnel
certain ships. These changes !JOO ._. ..w1VwKLEtIfFQE help in the education and
don't cost anything, and they will recreation activities.
certainly boost morale. << Ends 30-Year CareerJaxChief
The dungaree policy is a trial You PINEl
program which I have initiated NORFOLK .. USS Santa
with the advice of my com- Warrant Officer alo the meteorology officer and Barbara (AE-28)), commissioned
Robert A. Griffin retired after 30 coordinator for the annual here July 11, is equipped with anew
years of naval service in a hurricane conference held in shipto ship delivery
ceremony conducted at VW-4's Miami. system, Standard Tension

hangar 123 July 31. Also during his tour in VW-4 Replenishment Alongside
CWO Griffin, who entered the Method, (STREAM) which
CWO Griffin earned the Air
Navy in 1940, came to VW-4 in Navy allows safer alongside transfer of
his
TjmtoneDisc Medal for participation in
1966 from NAS Norfolk. Duringhis hurricane reconnaissance cargo during underway
four and a half years in VW-4 flights replenishment. She is the third of
during the record breaking 1969
he has been project coordinatorfor her class of ammunition ships.
the installation of the Data season. Santa Barbara will be

Brake SpecialistAll Logging System, a mini com Mr. Griffin, his wife Edith, and homeported at Davisville, R. I.
puter used in VW-4 weather their three children plan to live in and will operate with the Atlantic
America Cars reconnaissance aircraft He was Jacksonville. Fleet Service Force.

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Commendation Medal Presented craft.' Pscion is presently a student at

Chief Forrest, a 17-year the AE 'V' School. He and his

Jax-AEC Bobby Burns Forrest veteran,is an instructor at the 'A' wife, Wardine have three ;
received the Navy Commendation School. He is married to the children. I. '
former Mary Sampson and .z. ..
Medal from they
Capt. Honorman for Fourth Time
John E. NATTC have two children j
Kennedy,
Long hard hours of studying
officer in Seventh Fleet '
Commendation
commanding
a paid off for AA Charles ,M. Ohr
ceremony Monday. when he became honorman of the .
On Monday, AE1 Richard w.
Chief Forrest's citation read f
'for meritorious service during: James Pscion was presented a 'A' School for the fourth time. He K '
Letter of Commendation from was honorman of Class 018A for
combat operations while attached Seventh Fleet for, his per- the weeks beginning July 13, July .: .
to VF-24 embarked the
on formance of duty during' combat 20, July 27 and August 10. The COMMENDATION AWARD-GYSgt.. Ramberg receives the Navy
USS Hancock.
As Electric-
Instrument Branch Work Center operations against the enemy. He Dallas sailor is an officer Commendation Medal from MATSG Executive Officer Mal.| John C.

from was attached to VA-55 embarkedon candidate applicant with a class Weare.
Supervisor September 1969
the USS Hancock as electrical average of 95.89.
to March 1970 Chief Forrest
was branch supervisor from Sep- Every week that Ohr has been
for- the level of
responsible high Receives
honorman, AA Douglas R. Ramberg
electrical tember 1969 to March 1970. He GySgt. .
system reliability
within distinguished himself by the Brawley of Seattle, Wash., has
the He
squadron. was
been right behind him. His class
manner in which he supervisedthe
to work hours in
required long
adverse weather under arduous maintenance of electrical average is 94.51. Navy Commendation Medal

flight deck conditions. He was systems on the ,squadron's air Honor Class

able, as a leader and a craft. Through employment of a The students of Class 011 who -
technician, ,to train new ,and rigorous training program,> he,. t stopped Class 015 in their push for Jax-GySgt. William "E.:, meritorious service while servingas
,was able to ensure a high degree noncommissioned, officer: in
inexperienced men in a short,' five consecutive wins has won the Ramberg, AE School instructorat
period of time, thus insuring the of proficiency in the, work competition for Honor Class in MATSG received( the Navy charge of the Aircraft'ElectricalSystems

needed depth in technical abilityto produced,by his work center. the AE'A' School for the week of ,Commendation Medal with Shop with Marine
maintain combat ready air- A sixteen-year navyman July 27. ', + ,. : Combat 'V' Tuesday for Fighter-Attatk ,Squadron 232,
Marine Aircraft Group Thirteen,
------------
First Marine Aircraft Wing. The

award was presented in con-

Be in NEW home nection with combat operations,
your .. / against the enemy in the

Republic of Vietnam from March

1 / MI MI 25 to Sept. 7, 1969.
Maj. John C. Weare, MATSG

XO, conducted the ceremony.
.
'Upon his squadron's arrival at
Model C.2Don't the Chu Lai Air Base, he
lust peek! Open wide your
eyes! You're not dreaming'v "a demonstrated superior initiativeand
H huge 19 foot family room Is a technical skill as he super-
dream come true In this Bellalr
vised his men in the installationof
.,. beauty. Separate dining room, 3
I Bedrooms, 2 Baths our family a complete electrical power
home Is fantastically low In price source ,for testing the aircraft

/ 4 electrical l and fire control

171KT75 systems, thereby significantly

the maintenance
rl increasing
' : ,t: ,capability "of his, section,' ac
i i 1 1 t rHLrModel cording to the cit Uon.

.. a 'Additionally, he' ably trainedhis
personnel in 'correct
U U procedures for, inspecting the
CBellalr's-4
C-6 Is lust unbelievable: electrical systems, of the F-4
'r)4 4 Bedrooms, Family Room, Phantom .aircraft thereby
'r" .e Living Room Dining Room,
w Kitchen, 2 Baths and a large enhancing their individual
Utility Room Eleven rooms of proficiency and contributing
9 S j unmatched styling and economy. materially to the accomplishment -

of his squadron's
I mission.)
M
M MI ? MI
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1O N BuPers Answers
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\ l a Model*8 1J Your Questions ,

A central entrance foyer
separates the living and quiet
areas of C8 You'll find 3 EDITOR'S NOTE: The

...by School Opening roomy bedrooms closets, 2 baths plus and a many free following questions and answersare

separate dining room. Why not based on queries received by
include a family room fireplace the Bureau of Naval Personnel
,' (optional!) in your plans)
Clay County Schools I are:
QUESTION: If ordered to

overseas duty,what must be done
MODERNPROGRESSIVEFULLY: ACCREDITED! to protect my eligibility for

',, of
transportation my dependentsand
shipment or storage of my
household effects?


.' 20 NEW HOMES! 5 NEW DESIGNS! Model C'10 ANSWER: There are three

Add it all I up and you will see why major steps: ((1)) Elect an accompanied -
this is so popular a model; 3
Bedrooms, 2 Baths, huge tour for the area. ((2))
screened In porch, large utility, Make sure you have sufficient
., ,: ,." .' long low sweeping line; truly a obligated service to complete,the
fine,horn on a modest budget, "
% f ,!' $1'7, OOO-$19 0'0,0 prescribed accompanied tour(3)
... Obtain authorization for concurrent -

F } ': Clay Only' Completely' PLANNED COMMUNITY!' '" 1 r "' stw travel .and dependent

; r 1 entry approval from the overseas
Mrll area commander.You must have
rl his answer before applying for

HOME :BUILDERS.: : ::: IN: C. dependents transportation and
household goods services at
Member of National and Jacksonville Home Builders Associations Model C.12 goverrment
expenses.
You are cordially I I invited to inspect our homes at your convenience the Two cars can rest comfortably in-
10 A.M.to Dark. Travel South on Standing Blvd.(Hwy.JI) still roomy have lots of lor'-ge'roonr.OX

classic courtyard entrance, QUESTION:; Is a discharge or
-------U--------------i-ala---- spacious I living and dining areas, reenlistment on'a Sunday or a

family fireplace,room three with bedrooms I optional,I holiday legal?
plus
FHA 235, Terms Available too many closets to count) atl
combine to make this ''the ANSWER:'' Yes. However,
Mlvlngest' Sellalr
model built.
when an enlistment expires on a

a PHONE, 264-9579 t, ,,' ;; Saturday, Sunday or holiday.
members may be separated up to
i : BELLAIR*NORMANDY VILLAGE-.SANDALWOOD-MAIIBOIVIEW' ..' J three days prior to their normal

t. : ... r expiration of enlistment to utilize

,, .. normal working hours.
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5S Numbers On

,. M
New WCards'
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Jax.-The social security rSR
number, not to replace the service
number until January 1, c
1972, is now in effect for all new 4L' : :
ID cards being issued to
Navymen and their dependents.The .
,
,,
social security number will a -V-; 45 4S5
be used with the service number ft' '
until the service number is \
'
; 4' LII1 discontinued. The change in 'fr''f"A. : );.;
,plans was made after the Army 'tt"
and Air Force discontinued using .tr
r the service number as a per 'if gf"
sonnel Identifier. ,'J '1

i Only r.ew IDs will be affected by WAVE RETIRES-LCdr. Mary D. Durnside Is plped-over-the-slde
the change. The Pass and after serving more than 19 years In the U. S. Navy. Miss Burnside
Identification Office Bldg 9, will entered the Navy in 1950 as a seaman recruit and was commissionedan
a not require old cards to be ensign in 1956. Miss Burnside served as the NAS personnel officer
r 3of changed until they are to be and the wave representative. She plans to retire in the Jacksonville-
I1 I1IT renewed. Orange Park area


Lightning Presents Safety Threat I


RETIRES-In a brief ceremony July 29, RMCS Ray, M., Hall transferred WASHINGTON Lightning'can orwindows, fireplaces, 5, wire fences and metal! clothes
to the Fleet Reserve after 26 years on active duty. Presentingthe J* hazardous. Remember radiators stoves, metal pipes, lines. '
Fleet Reserve certificate is CapLW.J, Pressler, Jr., commander that when lightning strikes in an sinks and plug '. in electrical, "8. ,If, you feel ''air electrical
. Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Chief Hall served as communications: ,chief of area, it will invariably hit the equipment like radios television 'charge,- if your'hair stands on
'.. stiff FAW-ll for the past,two years tallest object. You're safe in a sets lamps and refrigerators. end ,or your- skin ,tingles -
wooded area, but not beneath the 2. Do not use plug-in electrical lightning may be about to strike
tallest tree.You're equipment like hair dryers, you. Drop to the ground immediately -

a perfect target when electric tooth brushes or electric .
you're standing in the open on a razors during an electrical I
golf course, especially if you're storm. Take Your Baby I IJfiIiIt.
auto service wearing metal spiked shoes. Lie 3. Do not use the telephone.
down. You'll get wetter than you 4. Get out of the water and off'
would in the shelter of a small small boats. .
clump of trees some distance 5. Stay in your automobile if
away but you'll be safer. you are traveling. to a SpecialistWE
You're an A-l target swimming 6. Seek shelter in buildings. If
Save Now Thru Saturday Night. in a lake too. no buildings are available, your MAINTAIN IT
Safety precautions recom- best protection is a ditch cave, WITH LOVING CARE
r mended by the American Red canyon, or under head-high TOM BUSH Yolbwuti
GOOD/YEAR Cross during a thunderstormare clumps of trees in open, forest
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I Cecil Field Wifeline QIQiMIQIQQQ :

Cecil Sports ; { .1
For All 'Cecil J .
7717603. Substitutes sign Thrift "
Officer WivesBy may up Shop
in August. Remember to donate clothingand
Joy Murphy household goods you no By DTC J.D. Brewster
This year's: list of exciting CommissaryExchangeDon't longer need to the Thrift Shop.
programs begins Sept 15 with a forget to call Joy Murphyat Volunteer workers at the Thrift
Chinese auction, hosted by the 772-8209 with any complaints or Shop for August are from CVW-1
executive board. If you have any suggestions concerning the Navy and VA-87. VA-81 has the distinction of being Tom McGuckin at extension 498
white elephants which you would Exchange or Commissary Store. the first Fleet Squadron to head prior to Aug. 17
like to donate to this fun Progress is being made throughthe the standings in the race for the Teams interested in drawing
promising auction, call Margaret advisory board. Questions are' Ballet Classes Captain's Cup. VA-81 holds a slim practice equipment may draw it

Reynolds at 3871279. Plan now to welcomed. Becky Sipperer is beginning a 21,2 point lead over runnerup VA. from the station gym now.

attend. More details better. Your Navy Exchange urges ballet exercise dance class for AH 174, However, VA-81 should Rudies Rubles: Too many
you to shop its facilities. Profits Wives in September, The class lengthen their lead as they find kudos have been issued in this
Members GilT (more than $150,000 this year) go will meet once a week. Fee is$1 a themselves on the top of the heapin column to 'the excellent stars of
Tell your friends about AU to the Cecil Field recreationalfund lesson. All Wives members interested tennis. A sport in which the Cecil Field softball and not
Wives and them to Hellrazors did not enter. VA-81 ,
join
encourage which supports such may contact Becky at enough credit has been given the
VA-12 has 100 percent mem reached their lofty perch by
facilities as the hobby and 6712510. More details later. other who also
bership. Why not your squadronor ceramics shops and has built entering teams in each intramural well.players When it came performedso time to
department too? many facilities including the A-7 Charms sport scheduled. All-Star
pick 1970 Team, I
my
$250,000 gymnasium and the With the events remaining to be
'bit'!
BowlingThe $341,000 bowling alley. Gold or silver discs with an A-7 played in football, squash, table digressed Catcher a Ed Lord, who batted
Milk and bread are available 23 affixed are available for$6.25 and tennis, and the wrap up of sum and fielded J_
:.078
fall bowling league will hours a day at the exchange $6.50. Squadrons may order them mer bowling, Captain's Cup Pitcher Fireball.996.Moore who
begin Sept. 10 at the Bowl-0- cafeteria near Hangar 825. Check through the VA-174 coffee mess. standings are as follows: amassed two strikeouts duringthe
Matic bowling alley on Blanding the Oasis, too. You'll find that
Blvd. The league bowls soft drinks there season.
every are cheaper Timely Tip
1st Baseman Slverstreak
VA-81 85V -
Thursday at 9 a.m. Feels! $2 a these days. Use vinegar around the house VA-174 x 82 Hardee who had the courage, of
week. Free coffee and nursery .to'kill mildue fungus. VA-83 77
;
Game Tickets ,1 first base and threw all, his
service are being arranged. Sign VA-87 73'/'
,
Services has tickets for AMD 'I'. 64 grounders to the plate.
up now by calling Betty Taylor, Special Last Look '
league president, at 771-4395, or the Jacksonville Suns games VA-37 Admin(deployed) owe 56 2nd Baseman Red Lane, who

Betty Windham, secretary, at tickets at 50 cents each. 'Brevity is the soul of wit.' Operations 51 forgot the direction of first base
VA-46 45 and threw all his grounders to the

plate
FOOTBALLThe
3rd baseman Cash Cashwell,

IMPORTED IMPORTEDVOLKSWAGEN 1970 Cecil Football season whose every throw wound up in
ALFA ROMEO RENAULT the dugout.
will get underway at 4 p.m.
Rich who seta
Shortstop Stilley
24. An organizational
August
PARTS CAR PARTS new distance record for kicked
meeting is scheduled to conveneat
EJ1PLt gloves.
the station gym commencingat >

10 a.m. Aug. 17 Activities Leftfielder Ty Jones who quit

COMPLETE STOCK OF BOSCH-STEBRO desiring to enter a team must be because he couldn't play his

IMPORTED PARTS '.I' LUCAS represented at this meeting. position with a first baseman's
r _
ACCESSORIES& SUPPLIES II AMCO-GIRLING With the addition of a new field glove, and was surprised to learn
adjacent to the Marine Barracks, he couldn't position himself
a total of three field are availablefor behind the leftfield fence

I,, A.M.l ... competition. 'Mac' McGuckin Centerfield Tris Diaz, who
reports that the Marines have finally caught a fly ball in the last
been practicing for two months game of the season.Rightfielder .
388-9331 III = D 1398-56951 and look very strong. The Tom Puckett,

505 McDUFF,AVE. S. VOLVO 3633 EMERSONHours Marines their will own play field.all their gameson who the introduced game. a new ballet stepto

; 8:30 AM to S PM (Both Stores) Since three fields are now Coach Sergeant West, who
available, local football will end grinned through it all and failedto
McDuff Store Only: OPEN SATURDAY 9AM-5 PM in time for the 6 ND tournamentto get an ulcer.

be held at NAS Jax on Nov. 2. Umpire (blush) Myself, who

6. failed to call a play right all
Personnel desiring to officiate season
football are requested to contact
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J.i
.... Kitchens equipped with O-E
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,' NEW VA47 CPO ATC Ber. Ranges A Refrigerators
'::..,. ,' Individual Air Conditioning r
Ill I II nard E. Henke of the VA-87 and Heating by O-E I
Quality Assurance Division was Drapes furnished J.
Wall 1
fo E-7 Chief to Wall Carpeting
promoted Aug. 1.
Large Swimming Pool
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Civilians Get Awards, PromotionsJaxSupply


NARF and Data suggestions to eliminate a suggestion on the improved M
Processing Departments have potential fire hazard in the method in the processing of
made recent awards and check elevator shaft in Bldg. 110 and for contractor's bills netted him a 4sfr
presentations to their civilian the rearrangement of storage check. al
personnel. bins on the third deck for easier
Supply Officer, Capt. R.C. and safer access to the areas.
O'Loughlin presented letter of Cary A. Crews of Supply was
a Jessie L. Batson suggested an 14H :
appreciation to Peter J. Stray of improved method of installing a presented a superior accomplishment -
material screening and Iden- seat bucket pin in the RA5C check. Crews -
tification in Material Division for aircraft. Stephen T. Page was consistently keeps his error rate yg4 1 ig _
detecting and saving A-4 and A-7 awarded a check for his below one percent and he is ableto
indicators that needed Navy-wide suggestion to save time on the adjust to any situation quickly, \ it
thus able to believe much of the
disposal. personal property claims, normally ,.1''
Beneficial checks backlog in various areas during
suggestion reviewed the Com-
by
peak work loads. BENNY SUGG checks are awarded to Supply Department per-
were awarded to four Supply FairJax lawyers, to be handledby sonnel,top, and a NARF employee, below.Supply Officer, Capt. R. C.
personnel. John N. Austin the Personal Property Claims O'Loughlin, presents the checks (left to right) to Stephen T. Page,
received two checks for his
Officer. Robert E. Windhalm's
NARF Commanding Officer, Jessie Batson, Robert Windhalm and John Austin. NARF Commanding -
Capt. D.H. Heile presented Officer, Capt. D. H. Heile/ presents check award to Robert
Officials Will Attend checks for a joint beneficial Bryson.
suggestion to Robert R. Bryson
and Orville L. Anderson for their
NARFConference Here method to reclaim aircraft cases
with cracks by welding the cases
Jax-Military and civilian facilities, available manpower, while they are tressed. The g Y t
planners from naval establish- and material placement in estimated government savingson G J.
ments throughout the United planning the NARF location at the reclaimation of two casesis
States Swill meet in Jacksonville' which fleet aircraft workload is $19,024.
on Monday to discuss, plan and to accomplished during the
allocate workload requirementsfor succeeding quarters of the year. Cdr. R.L. Williams, data 1T,! '
the nation's seven Naval Air The conference is of vital importance -, processing officer presented Mrs.
Rework Facilities through both to the fleet and to Rubye (Judy) Maloy papers for M Yr
Wednesday. employees of the various her promotion to GS-5, EAM
The rework facilities are the maintenance depots. As the Supervisor. Mrs. Evelyn
industrial maintenance depotsfor rework facilities operate under a Culberson received a beneficial L\ .
naval aircraft. This Fleet Navy industrial fund, each suggestion check from the \, 'v -
Readiness Support Conferencewill delegation bargains com- commander for her suggestion on 7
be held at the Thunderbird petitively for work at the an improved method of
Motor Hotel on the Arlington respective activity. processing data.
Expressway and will be hosted
.
. by the local NARF according to I
it's commanding officer, Capt. D. Defense Department Approves Civilian Wage Schedules
H. Heile.
The Naval Air Systems Jax Revised wage schedulesfor establish wage schedules for regulations, all wage schedules or one percent for the first pay
Command Headquarters, the trades,crafts and laboring principal types of federal approved since Oct. 12, 1968 are period which began'on or after
Washington, D. C.; Naval Air employees in this wage area were positions. Implementation of the being revised where warrantedand Mar. 6, 1969 through Mar. 21,
Systems Command Represen- approved Aug. 5 by the Depart- law has been delayed pending appropriate wage ad- 1970.
tatives, Atlantic and Pacific; and ment of Defense.These scheduleswere study by federal agencies in the justments are being executed. Asa
. the Naval Air Rework Facilitiesat issued under the provisionsof Civil Service Commission on result of this review, DOD In addition, current wage ratesof
Quonset Point, R.I., Cherry Public Law 90-560 of Oct. 12, problems resolved, developmentof employees in this wage area will federal employees covered by
Point, N.C.; Norfolk, Va.; 1968 known as the Monroney regulations and implementing be granted retroactive pay adjustments the Coordinated Federal Wage
-' Pensacola; and San Diego and Amendment. This law requiresthe instructions by the National in their hourly rates of 'System in this area will be in-
Alameda, Calif.. will be use'of wage data from outsidethe Wage Policies Committee and pay ranging from zero to nine creased by hourly ''amounts
represented by about 50 local wage area, when thereis the CSC and determination of the cents and averaging three cents ranging from zero to 25 cents
civilian and naval conferees. not a sufficient number of legality of the regulations by .
Sessions of this top-level comparable positions in private Comptroller General.
conference will consider plant industry within the area to As required by the new
RIVERSIDE KITCHENS t,. .

Civil Service Commission Appoints
: ( Formerly Pritchttt's Kitchen)

3438 BLANDING BOULEVARDOpen

New Director of Equal Employmentwith 11:30 A.M.to 10:00: P.M.
Friday and Saturday 11:30A.M.to 11 P.M.

The U.S. Civil Service Commission Oganovic and will have federal agencies, minority
ALL YOU CAN EAT
has reorganized its officeof management responsibility for organizations and educational ,
Federal Equal Employment the government wide equal institutions. FEATURING s->
Opportunity under a single- employment opportunity Kator will become assistant SHRIMP $1.49 '
manager concept and has program whose objective is to executive director and will assist :e*
promoted James Frazier Jr.to be assure that all citizens have Oganovic in special assignments, CHICKEN $1.50
Director. equal opportunity for em- including extension of federal CATFISH $1.60
Leadership of the office has ployment, utilization, trainingand information centers and listening Fine,Food at reasonable
been shared since its creation advancement in the federal posts, and will serve as assistantto prices and the best
under executive order last service without regard to race, Chairman Robert E. Hamptonon
service In town.COMPLETE .
August by Mr. Frazier who has color, religion, sex or national all voluntary fund-raising -..
been director for com- origin. He will represent the programs and improving serviceto TAKE OUT ..,, ,., _-.
SERVICE 771-ss81 1
munications and Irving Kator commission in EEO relations the public.
who has been director for ----
operations Both work under :.
Nicholas J. Oganovic, executive .. ; .
director of the commission, who


coordinated EEO the 'supergrade'effort.In the. governmentwide position, MiL1LIw &rnJv@ [FJ&OOu

Frazier will continue to report to .

sag Sgg 1f" ,. .- '. t "'..... ,
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4931 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 772-0911 or 7i ::4545'. .
RETIRING? .
HOURS: Monday-Saturday
8am-9Pm. Sunday 8am-6pm

..or ,leiviiifl s.
the Service? WHOLESALE & RETAIL SALES

ALL TYPES OF AUTO ACCESSORIES .,
MAKE YOUR SERVICE
'f!
TRAINING 'AYIII!!! TIRES FRONT END WORK

MANY OPENINGS. PASSENGER ALIGNMENT _.

Electronk-Techs-Grads TRUCK, BRAKES BANKAMMICARO.(
A&B Schools-$5200-$9600 FARM ELECTRONIC
WHEEL BALANCE
Engineering & Safety OfficersAs _
INDUSTRIAL
Safety Engrs.$7800-J2,000 SHOCKS.
Call 3874416 Other Financing

W..III.P.r..1 ( 3;: :) We welcome all Military Personnel. Available .

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I ;, -'Personnel- Scene SchedulesPRIATES Club


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FOR RESERVE'FER SSAN ON ID CARDS..Jan. 1,
SONNEL..The fiscal year 1971 1972, is the target date for COVE INN
quantities and price list of replacing the present military
uniform articles for enlisted service number with the social Ronnie and the Soul Society are
reservists has been approved.This security account number (SSAN) the featured artists at the club
applies to those ordered to as the personnel identifier for tonight through Sunday.
extended active duty (in excessof Navy men and women.DESTROYER Lorenzo's Soul Treatment will
six months) or those stage a return engagement
discharged for immediate Ryr + Monday night, and the Camelotswill
enlistment in the regular Navy. be appearing here Tuesday
The current partial initial SCHOOLSELECTEES..Those evening. Wednesday evening's
clothing allowance' for males officers entertainment will be providedby
below pay grade E-7 is $55.07 and who have applied for admissionand the Tears of Joy (formerly the
for women below E-7,it is$189.50. were selected to attend ,. Messengers of the Masses).
See change 1 to BuPersInst Naval Destroyer School are listedin \
1020.11F of 1 July 1970 for a BuPersNote 1520 of 8 July 1970. ACEYDEUCEYCLUB

complete rundown of all uniform \ '.
articles and their respec- a Appearing at the Acey Deucey

tive prices. Newly installed officers of VP-S's Wives Club are (seated I to r) Ruth tonight is Bob Garber, and
NUCLEAR POWER Reed, Secretary; Helene Sexton, vice president; Barbara Teemley, Tommy 'C' will be on stage
PROGRAM..The sumbarine president; Ann Seward, treasurer and Nancy Bradbury, hospitality tomorrow evening Mark Castle
-" BOARDS, nuclear power program needs chairman Standing (I to r) are Cdr. and Mrs. G. D. Baker and will provide the music Saturday
.SELECTION. dates for fiscal you if you're in pay grades E-2 squadron skipper, Cdr. R. T. Thomas and his wife. Mrs. Thomas of night, and Jimmy Stricklen will
year.Convening 1971 selection boards have through E-6 and serving in an ficially installed the new officers during the club melting at the be here Sunday.
electrical, electronic or Pirates Cove July 30. This is the wives first club to be organized
been established.
They are as
follows: line lieutenant, ,July 1, mechanical rating. For a com- since the squadron's 1948 deployment to the Philippines. A* CPO CLUB -
plete list of eligibility
1970; staff lieutenant, Aug. 3, requirements, check chapter XI iF On Friday :night .Mel Gaden
1970; line,captain, Aug. 11,1970; of the Enlisted Transfer Manual.. will be on stage,and there will be
line commander, Sept. 22, 1970; tt dancing to John Thomas Sunday.
staff captain, Oct. 6, 1970; line The CPO Club will present Randy
lieutenant commander, Nov.. 3, Webster's Calypso Carnival
1970 and staff commander and REENLISTMENT CON- Group Sunday evening.
lieutenant commander Dec. 8
,
TROLS..The recent Navy cut-
1970. In addition, the fiscal year backs and forecasts of continuing OFFICERS CLUB
officer W-3 and W-
1972 warrant (
reductions have made it
4)) selection board will convene necessary to start early in applying Tonight is Beefeaters Night
March 16, 1971.OFFICER. controls on reenlistments from 6 to 9 p.m., and 'Bird and
after 20 years. The new rules are Bottle' is tomorrow evening's
effective Jan. 1, 1971 vice July 1, feature, with dinner from 6 to 9.
1971. Check with your personnel On Sunday cocktails will be
CANDIATEPROGRAMS..Looking officer or career counselor for full served from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m;
for information details on eligibility for and the Sunday Buffet will be
about some officer reenlistment. ADR1 Sheffield ADR2 Fredrickson held from 5 to 9 p.m.
candidate programs? If so, you Bridge games will be held
might start by checking change 1 starting at 10_ a.m. Monday, and
to BuPersInst 1120.35E of 16 June WASTC COSTS Moil,,, /
VW-4 PO's Ship over the Main Brace will be open from
1970 which gives detailed HfLtSAL 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. Tuesday'sfeature
eligibility requirements and will be
Zero
/ a Ceiling
application procedures for six ( ; Jax-ADRl Marion Sheffield, Sheffield, originally from 'Happy, Hour' from 4:30: until
{ programs. I-, w I tAX VW-4's Sailor of the Quarter, and Defuniak Springs, Fla., and a 15- 6:30.:
t toUAI ADR2 Eugene J. Fredrickson year veteran, reenlisted for two
tY reenlisted Friday at VW-4's years. He is the work center USO CLUB
-/III Hangar 123. supervisor for VW-4's plane
captain branch. Saturday evening enjoy
popular Denny Times, who appears -
.r "axgeMa ADR1 Sheffield reported to here each week. This
VW-4 from NAS Pensacola. He, Sunday's Vesper Service and
his wife Hattie and their daugher refreshments will be provided by
Stephanie Marie, 3, live in the USO staff, and the free
Jacksonville. feature movie that evening is
entitled 'The Truth About
ADR2 Fredrikson
shipped over
11 for four years. The 10-year Spring.' Each Tuesday is Game

a.Illur veteran from Rhinlander, Wis., Night, featuring various gamesof
previously served at the Navy your choice.
uir'tfi. Auxiliary Landing Field, .Mon- The USO features the following
terey, Calif.Fredrickson. items and services for the benefit.
of servicemen: counseling,
is a collateral duty typewriters, pool tables, in
inspector for the check crew in formation, public telephones,
VW-4's Work Center 140. books, canteen, checkroom,
shaving equipment, shower
He holds the ExpeditionaryMedal facilities
pressing ac-
."" for Vietnamese service
Mk comodations color
games, TV,
) : while serving in VP-40. for
package wrapping ( gift and
-q. mailing-free), and,records.Take.stockn'America.

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


Publisher ,,, Call: 388-2755 MOVIE SCHEDULE|


JAX AIR NEWS I Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

NAS Jacksonville : for publication the following Thursday Ads -- jl._......jOiOdoij..
LATWINGER ',Wt arriving too late for' this deadline will be
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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE :-'.. published the following week unless the
Thursday,August starring Bibi Anderson and
publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or
Robert Stack. Color romantic
money order for the full cost of the ad must be
I NAS: 'Let It Be' starring the drams. 'R' G. ((90 mins.)
received WITH the for the ad.
copy
Beatles. Color musical Hospital: 'Downhill Racer'
4747 San Juan Avenue
RATE: Minimum charge (3 lines) (2.00
Jacksonville, Florida! : Per additional line ((4 words per line! ) SO Cents documentary. G. (88 mins.)
Hospital: 'Play Dirty' starring Tuesday,August 18
Michael Caine and Nigel

Davenport. Color war drama. NAS: 'The Chairman' starring

MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLE: ... 'GP' G. ((117 mins.) Gregory Peck and Anne
Heywood.Color Suspense drama.'GP' .
EMPLOYMENT (Azalea Mobile Home Park) V Mile RENTALS. ; .....
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near Friday,August 14 G. (102 mins.)
schools and shopping center. Clean, Hospital: 'The Story of a
and reasonable rates. Manager on ORANGE PARK NAS: 'A Man Called Horse' Woman'
SERVICE WIVES premises. Children and pets 2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn., starring Richard Harris and
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS
welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 38.4-6264. ,
Dishwasher, Carpets Drapes.
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or Judith Anderson. Color western. Wednesday,August 19
Elizabeth Apts. 771.1405 or 771.3355
1022 Park Street, 354.7888. 'GP' E. ((114 mins.)
FOR RENT
12x50 Buddy, (85 per mo. Elec. In. HOUSE FOR RENT Hospital: 'Let It Be' NAS: 'The Molly Maguires'
PART TIME cluded.'389-2618 1821 Euclid St. 4BR., 2B., cent. H&A., fenced yard. starring Richard Harris and Sean
JanitorlalWork on board NAS Jax. 4 Unfurn. Avail. Sept. 1. 781.5172 after 4 Saturday,August 15 Connery. Color drama. 'GP' V.G.
hrs. nltely-5 day wk. 355.8243. Leave p.m. rr
((123 mins.)
name and phone number. itll j:!!K !: IlaI l NAS: 'Royal Hunt of the Sun' Hospital: "The Chairman'
> :'' : hxa'HIDDENWATERS' FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY starring Robert Shaw and .

FBE}: : j : ::\\\1:\ 5103 3BR.,Ensign Masonry Ave.near$100 NAS per Jax mo.& Cecil.rent. Christopher Plumm r. Color V

Call 724.7776 for appointment.FOR Action. 'G' V.G. ((113 mins.) Movie Rating'System:
Black Creek, Canal or Lake .lots
: Hospital: 'A Man Called Horse'NAS
G-all admitted
General
available. Excellent fishing, boating, ages :
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also,( RENT Matinee: 'Challenge for Audiences. *
A RADIO OR permanent home area.High, wooded' Very nice 4BR Home, 28., Fam. Rm., Robin Hood' starring Barrie GP-all ages admitted:
TV ANNOUNCERRecorded'mesSage lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E.. Lake Beaut. bit-In Kit., ww carpet & Ingham and Guy Hamilton. Color
by leading an Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 725-3992.. drapes. Vt block to ocean. Jax( Beach, parental guidance advised
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour; Louise T.. Bailey, Broker, 771.3605 or Adventure. (85 mins.) R-restricted: under 17

3552944. 2468253. -requires accompanying parent or
FOR SALE OR RENT Sunday,August adult guardian.
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your
equity or let us rent home. X-no one under 17 admitted.
players.Consoles At some dealers with cost AM-FM to liquidate, tape REPORTING IN. Call your or drop by for it !: : !( :: NAS: 'Downhill Racer'starring
Robert Redford and
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. map,sales and rental list. Call Powellor
Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. Camilla Sparv. Color drama. The following tickets are now
ORANGE PARK REALTY 'GP' E. mins. sale at Services
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE (102 ) on Special Bldg.
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY.
Auto AC., central & window units AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast Hospital: 'Royal Hunt of theSun' 704:
serviced & repaired.
JACKSONVILLE SUNS
Tylers Heating&Air Conditioning and West Coast 3533691. .
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore) WINDSOR FOREST BASEBALL-1.50
388.5161G'ARAGE Brick, Colonial Style, 23BR.; 2B., Monday,August 17 CREDENCE CLEARWATER
Cent. AC, rather exclusive neigh. "KARMANN GHIA REVIV AL--August 15-13.50,
SALE borhood. Fenced yard. Pay equity and One owner, excel. cond., deluxe radio' NAS: 'The Story of a Woman $4.50, $5.50'Buy '
Check local newspaper for garage assume, 5'/4 mortgage. Ph. 7716893. & stereo,many extras. $1495.3889471.WSTBIRDCONV. .
sale on Sunday Aug. 16 to be held 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. at Firestone Store 5998
Normandy Blvd.: 7860821. PINK BRICK HOUSE .
2415 McCartyDr 3BR., 2B., Attached Needs fabric & minor repairs. 825.
Garage, Cent.. H & A.,- Paneled 'Den, 771-3211 Ext. 342. Bailey.
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. Fenced back yard, Lots of shrubs. (94
1925. Dogs 8 Cats Boarded. mo.Wodestequity. Assume 514 '
Pickup & Delivery Available. mortgage. 7813243. percent 1970 FORD BRONCO Bonds ,

. Grooming Deflealng & Bathing. 4 wheel drive, locking hubs, other
Matercharge& Bank Amerlcard options, 15,000 mi. 2700. 384.7729.
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 HOUSE FOR SALE .......'
Edgewood Crt. 3890064.PENNYRICHBRAS.
By owner, 3BR., 2B., Buy equity &
assume 4J-4 FHA loan. Near Cecil 771 we.! Ads,!.y;

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WASHER AND DRYER CONTINENTAL INSURANCE 66
Fast repair and Installation. We BONNEVILLE$1450

specialize in home service.. 781.2790 or Door Hardtop, R&H Power Steering, FACTORYAIR
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(Formerly McDougall's Insurance)
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CALL ANYTIME 67 DODGE DART GT $1395

JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Door Hardtop, V-8, Automatic Transmission, Power
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
trailer and Apts. 389.3007. Steering.

66 VW Station Wagon $1395

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Wo art very particular whom we employ,but you may bt exactly the kind
.$3950 up. of man wo. art seeking-mature, neat, courteous, accustomed to
responsibility, and ambitious for meaningful accomplishment If you
COTTAGESMOBILE .' meet our standards we offer you an exceptional career with the leading
pest control firm In'North Florida. This Js active, challeng' service VOLKSWAGEN INC.
HMES.VCAMP"ITE work and we promise you'll!never be bored by routine.We'll train. yowandpay ,
well while you learn. If what you're for Is
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McKinley are congratulated by Capt. John R. Kincaid, NAS Commanding Officer,upon retiring from

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Reveal Money Is Major

3o MONTH GUARANTEE


Concern of Many Navy WivesWASHINGTONThe


SALE !
Navy above are not faced with this Those sailors required to
Wifeline Association here requirement. They are encouraged register 'Q' allotments will havea
$ J388 recently conducted a survey however, to providefor minimum of$40 per month plus
among 150,000 Navy wives. The their dependents with a 'D' the BAQ deducted from their pay.
results of that survey showed that allotment. The maximum cannot exceed the
sire 650.13 Navy wives,in some ways, are no When starting or changing any amount remaining after monthly
different than civilian wives: one allotment, there are some important deductions for social security,
of their main concerns is money.Of things to bear in mind. withholding taxes and Ser
course, Navy wives are One of these is that deductions vicemen's Group Life Insurance.And .
GRANTMASTER SUPER 120 usually referring to allotments, from your husband's pay beginone remember,wives, the only
rather, than cash, when they month prior to the time you person who can stop an allotmentis
t EXPRESSWAY TIRES speak of money. receive the first allotment check. your husband. That shouldn't

TUBELESS ILACKWAtt Defined, 'Q' allotments are This sometimes poses problemswith require any further explanation.These .
checks mailed to Navy wives creditors, 'but a letter of are the basic facts of the
SIZE SALE each month by the Navy Finance explanation to the party con Navy's allotment system.Navy
775.14 $16.88 + F.E.T. Center in Cleveland, Ohio. These cerned should suffice. Wifeline Association maintains
w", 825.14 $16.88 + F.E.T. checks represent monthly Another important item to close contact with experts on this
matter, write them the next
so
775.15 $16.88 + F.E.T. deductions from husbands' pay, remember is that you should filea
time need some information.
Basic Allowance for you
plus change of address card with the
SAME SIZES WHITEWALL $3 MORE Their mailing address is Building
.
Quarters (BAQ) Navy Finance Center prior to the
210, Washington Navy Yard,
Allotments may be mailed to first day of any month you will be .
Washington, D.C. 20390
banks or the wives. In either moving.. These cards are
0 case, they usually arrive by the provided by the finance center
last day of each month. and periodically accompany your
e Deluxe shockabsorbers Every E-4 with less,than four allotment checks. If you lose the
years'service and below who has card, send a letter. Be sure to Take stock in America '
dependents is required to register include your husband's name, Buy U.S.Savings Bond
/, Sale a 'Q',allotment. E-4s with more service number and both your old
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.w.'Sod ty has never found a formula (or protecting
MorijUtlRO-Doligerous WeedOr ... .. inutvtdVmls from themselves, nor for protecting so-
-ietyuJxpm the individual who has neither the interest
'u. in, nor the.. capability for. limiting his intakeof
drugs to nontoxic quantities;'

Benevolent Herb? Dr. Seovers then notes! thai"drug-laws* are passed
with two objectives:

Many parents, teachers, doctors, policemen and ala, onto college campuses and among suburban, mid. .' To protect the majority against violence resulting
lawmakers have ignored the plant's relative mildnessin dle-class teen-agers: there is a growing demand to from the minority's excessive use.
their cries against marijuana's evil character.And have the laws either relaxed or repealed. To prevent drug-induced indolence, incompetence,
the pot smokers' unqualified praise .of the Those arguing for marijuana make, three main unemployment, and placing on the majority the bur
virtues of getting "high" on marijuana has similarly contentions: den of an irresponsible, unproductive and dependent
ignored both suspected and proven dangers. Alcohol and cigarets also can be harmful yet arc minority: ,
Marijuana has been made a symbol of the youth legal, marijuana\ should be legalized as well. "When drugs become the major goal, the abuser
rebellion-driving the young into an unqualified defensive If a person wants to find relaxation or escape ina becomes u drag on society," he adds.
position and their elders into an equally rigid chemical, that is his right as a human being. The most widely quoted statement on what mari-
posture of attack. Passive attitudes resulting from regular use of juana docs to the individual was put together by
As a result, purely scientific investigation of the marijuana is better than the traditional aggressiveness four doctors in the World Health Organization Bulletins -
drug has been almost nonexistent. of Western culture, which has led to wars' and : '
exploitation "Among the prominent subjective effects of
Some valid studies have been done, but they generally The ,American Medical Association (AMA), in a Cannabis: for which more it is taken, occasionally, period
concern themselves only with the extremes of
position paper last year on "Marijuana and Society," ically or chronically, are:
marijuana usage. There is little scientific knowledgeof accused marijuana advocates of the
comparing occasional "Hilarity, often without apparent motivation;
the long-range effects occasional smoking of use of pot with excessive use of alcohol. carelessness; loquacious euphoria, with increased sociability -
. marijuana in social settings-pot partieswhichappear "Admittedly," the doctors said, "if alcohol could as a result; distortion of sensation and per.
to be the most popular way of using the be removed from the reach of alcoholics, one of the ception, especially of space\ and time, with the latter
drug. larger medical and social problems could be solved. reinforcing psychic dependence and being valued
Cutting through the myths, however, certain facts under special circumstances;* impairment of judge
have been establish about smoking marijuana: ment and memory, distortion of emotional responsiveness
There is no physical addiction, as with heroin, ale ; irritability and confusion.
though a moderate to strong psychological dependence "Qther effects which appear especially after repeated ;
will develop in some people. Therefore, marijuana administration and as more experience is acquired -
is not a true narcotic. by the user include lowering of the sensory
Many people experiment with marijuana or use it threshold, especially, for the ,optical;and 'acoustical
infrequently over a period of time without apparentill stimuli, thereby resulting In-an intensified appreciation
effects to their physical and mental health. M of works of art, paintings and music; hallucina-
There is nothing about marijuana itself that ""ill tions, illusions and delusions that predispose to anti
makes a person graduate to more dangerous drugs, M social behavior; anxiety and aggressiveness as a
although most of those who have become addicted to possible result of the various intellectual and sensory
heroin were introduced to the drug world through derangements; and sleep disturbances." *
marijuana. But to make the active preparations of Cannabis The statement notes various physical conditions
Heavy users often tend to become passive, intro. generally available would solve nothing. which -can result from very heavy use, such as
spective, losing sight of external goals and achieve. "Instead, it woull create a comparable problem of chronic Bronchitis, and then gets down to what the
ments. Generally they are unaware of subtle personality major proportions." medical world considers a key problem:
changes. In other words, the doctors already have five to "For the individual, harm resulting from abuseof
What exactly is the plant around which all the six million alcoholics who should be cared for, and Cannabis may include inertia, lethargy, self-neglect
furor has'grown? they don't want a similar problem with "potheads." feeling of increased capacity with corresponding
Marijuana refers to the leaves and tops of the "If'it were practicable by legal or other means to failure, and precipitation of psychotic episodes."
common hemp Cannabis sativa which will limit the individual intake of any drug to a quantityless Although medical experts' observe that marijuanacan
grow in virtually any tropical to t&nperate land in than that which distorts perception or otherwise trigger mentally unstable people, they go on to
the world and in almost any soil. incapacitates, no drug would be abused," said Dr., say that "there is no unequivocal evidence that last-
Cannabis was documented in China as early as Maurice H. Seevers, chairman of the University of ing mental changes are produced."
1200 B.C., and its intoxicating properties have been Michigan's department of pharmacology. In a statement before a subcommittee of Congress
known for more than 2,000 years. Writing in the "Michigan Quarterly Review," he a year ago, then U.S. Commissioner of Narcotics
Hashish, the Cannabis resin, is about five timesas argues: Henry L. Giordano testified that the number of new
potent as normal marijuana. This refined' productis "No one becomes an alcoholic on two martinis a addicts under 21 years old had increased from 13.9 to
seen mostly in Greece and Turkey, although its day; no one becomes addicted to barbiturates on one 21.2 per cent between 1063 and 1967.
use is now increasing in Detroit and elsewhere in the sleeping pill a day or to heroin or morphine on one "Also, preliminary reports show that the largest
United States.Marijuana therapeutic dose a day; no one even becomes a sig. increases in youthful addiction are in areas other
which literally means "Mary Jane"in nificant social hazard on an occasional marijuana than the traditional addiction centers," he said.
Spanish, comes to the United States.mainly from cigaret. "Thus, as I predicted, we are beginning to register,
Mexico and is a mixture of leaves, flowering tops "Nor is one likely to develop cancer of the lung the ultimate result of thejncrease in youthful experimentation -
and the relatively inactive stems and seeds. from smoking cigarets if he does not inhale, nor die with marijuana." (AFPS)
With the spread of marijuana among intellectu- from overeating on 2,500 calories a day. (Reprinted courtesy The Detroit News)


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and active duty in the medicalor
Want to earn a baccalaureate on
degree in nursing with dental corps. They must be a

full tuition, fees, books, basic pay high school graduate with at leasta i5
and allowances paid for by the 'B' average, have a combined
Navy? While going to school you GCT-ARI of at least 118,and must
will be eligible for advancementin be physically qualified on a par \'k"' APARTMENTS
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The Navy Enlisted Nursing NEW REDUCED RATES!
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:t DurmgSpecial; VP-45 Ceremony r1 r.

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Jax--Forty-Four" Patrol Ten. Meritorious Unit Commendation
I, Squadron 45 personnel received Petty Officer Parham is included: Cdr. R. A. Mason, Cdr. "
special recognition during a authorized the award for service Richard Weir, LCdr. Thomas -
; combination awards-retirement with Helicopter Training Leshko, LCdr. Joseph Binczak, 1t'::: -
4 ceremony held here recently. Squadron Eight. The squadron LCdr. Michael Turkington, LCdr.;
\i Capt. W. J. Prosier, com received the commendation for George CoxyLt.; Henry Ford, Lt. wa Loa r
mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, its relief action along Gulf Coast John Boyd, Lt. James Woodard, t .
; presented the awards, which following Hurricane Camille. Lt. Thomas Brown, Lt. Jerry : / '
included a Navy Achievement Four Red Darter flight crews Gilder, Lt. William Crouch, AWl 1 :1 \
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Medal, two Navy Unit Commendations received the Meritorious Unit William Campbell, AWl Charles
o and 27 Meritorious Commendation for their service Carter, RM1 James Springer, Fs
: Unit Commendations. Following with the Azores Antisubmarine AMS1 Tommy Light, AWl
: the ceremony, YNC R. E. Cass Warfare Group. The citation William Badley, ADJ1 Francis
:. was piped over the side, ending 20 reads: 'For meritorious' service MilfordLt. (J.g.) Dennis West-
JI years of naval service. from 16 September to 7 wood, Lt. William Brewer, Lt.
< Chief Petty Officer John K. November 1969 during antisubmarine John Dalton, Lt. Randy Hotton, _: \>;:" I /
o Davis, assigned to the squadron warfare operationsin AW2 Charles Hunt, AW2 James CONGRATULATIONS Master Sergeant Milton A. Walker, AO
airframes received the the Atlantic Ocean. Faced with Messeder,AME2 Charles Nelson,
shop, Instructor,receives the warrant to his present rank from Lt.Col. L. E.
Achievement Medal with' AW2 David Laslo, ADJ2 Rene
Navy extrememly complicated,
MATSG CO,
Blanchard, in a ceremony Thursday.
Combat Distinguishing Device demanding, sensitive antisubmarine LaVigne, AW2 Samuel
.a 'for professional achievement warfare control Hughston, ATN3 Troy Hammons,
II- while serving with friendly operations, Azores Antisubmarine AW3 Walter Meager, ADJ1
,' foreign forces engaged in armed Warfare Group Charles Lee and AFCM Laurence Jax News Briefs
; conflict ,against the North carried out a highly importantand Kriz.
Vietnamese and Viet Cong sensitive mission with outstanding Flight crew members
\ communist aggressors in the' skill and dedication.The authorized to wear the Recommendations for the test
A Republic of Vietnam from March successful conclusion of this squadron's 'A' patch include: Lt. Typing Tests must be in the Educational
f' 1969 to January 1970.' During this mission resulted in important James Woodard, LCdr. Michael Services Office by 4 p.m. August
period, AMSC Davis was attached contributions to the national Turkington, Lt. John Dalton, Jax-Typing performance tests 21. Late recommendations will
;4 to,Light Attack Squadron security and defense of the ADJ1 James McGhee, A01 for advancement in rate are not be accepted.
.4 Four United States. By their courage, Terrance Colgrove, AWl Larry conducted Wed
being every
Chief Petty Officer Cass, in perseverance and devotion to Call, AWl Charles Carter, ATN3 and 1
4 nesday between 8 a.m. p.m.
addition to a letter of commendation duty throughout this period, the Troy Hammons, AW3 Joseph at the Educational Services Pay ScheduleJaxThe
'))4 f' from the command officers and men of Azores Antisubmarine Ford, AWl Eugene Chittick, Lt. Office in Building 200.Leadership .
1 presented by Cdr. R. A. Mason, Warfare Group (j.g.) James Cassell, Lt. Hardy payday schedule for
;' VP-45 commanding officer, upheld the highest traditions of Merritt, Lt. Stanley Wainwright, August through December 1970 is
: received the Navy Commendation the United States Naval Service.' Lt. Raymond Wilkinson, AWl Exam as follows: August 14;August 31;
'.t Medal. He was cited Chief Petty Officer Eugene W. Bruce Fleming, A02 Richard Sept. 15; Sept. 30; Oct. 15; Oct.
'T for meritorious achievement Keller and Petty Officer Larry Sanford, ATN3 Tommy Jax-The Military Leadership 30; Nov. 13; Nov. 30; Dec. 15;
,f\. while serving as a member of W. Harris received Good Conduct Crawford. Examinations for second and Dec. 30.Each.
; Patrol Squadron 45 from Nov. 3, Awards, their fourth and first Quotable QuotesA third class petty officers will be of the paydays listed
1969 through July 1970. Duringthis awards respectively. friend of mine was deep in administered August 25 at the above will include pay for 15
period YNC Cass served as The final awards presentedwere thought, pondering the be-1- ESO Conference Room in days.
: leading yeoman in the Administrative squadron 'Alpha' patches linen bargains during the August Building 200. Personnel must be
,', Department and presented to flight crews attaining white sale in the department E-4 or on an advancement list in Pool Closes
was a key factor in the 100 per cent ASW store. When a clerk broke Into order to take the E-5
squadron's successful readiness through othe successful her reverie with, "May I help examination. Personnel in pay
deployment to Rota, Spain. completion of 28 you?" she answered, "Yes. 1 grade E-2 and E-3 are eligible for Jax-Swimming pool 419 on
J have pink bottom Street will close at
queen-size
a Allegheny 6p.m.
examination
the E-4 providing
Commendation exercises. Two VP-
Navy Unit qualification
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and I need a top to match. and
on Friday
Saturday
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I Citations and Ribbons were 45 flight, crews, Crew 30, Cdr. -Contributed by Mrs. U.K. they have completed the required Sunday due to a shortage of life
presented to AOC Spiegel L. Weir plane commander, and Lamay, Jr.FRIENDL correspondence courses. guards.
Pitzer and AMSI William Raydee Crew 13, Lt. Wilkinson plane
-w Parham. Chief Petty Officer commander have attained 'A'
Pitzer received his award for status under the recently revised V, RELAXED Civilian Orthodontic Care

service aboard the USS Intrepid qualification system. QUIETATMOSPHEREiimmiiiiiiiiMiiiiiimiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
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Take 103rd to Firestone serviceman will have to pay a 'E-l through E-5 to$45 for ,E-9.
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MARMEC Closes Its Doors : .. ". .: .h..

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equated to the same function as is
damentals School (MARMEC provided by the Aviation and '".'.
'P') officially closed its doors Mechanical FundamentalsSchool } ;
July 31. The last students at NATTC Memphis. :;:
graduated on July 17. The Marine Mechanical School ,.
The order to disestablish the originally
began as a temporary <
Marine Mechanical School cameas measure but outlived its
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a direct reaction from a letter usefulness and could not continue : ''f
by Capt. Ponder, past officer-in- to operate economically' awaitingan S\ ; 440
charge, stating that MARMEC undetermined number of > t'A
should be disestablished January students. Under these cir k \
1, 1970 due to lack of utilization. cumstances, its continued : .'

existence could not be justified.The .
Rising Student Costs School '

Output figures for Fiscal Years short Marine period of t'.
1965-69 indicated dwindling .active duty 1 out1 mac
output figures and rising costs week

per student compared with aviation ,
earlier years when student outputwas ,. CLAYTON REVELS ""
higher. Also USMC aeronautical I
recruiting levels were decreased tool skills, :\: /; I
SELLS IT! S -:
drastically due to earlier cut an 4 '
backs and the MARMEC 'P' tenance of "

Program was idled for more than engines. ..AT TREMENDOUS y'
six months. During the training.'i '
The school, first opened in 1959 were SAVINGS!
when the Aviation Fundamentals tested to t
School was disestablished, was eligibility to
designed to temporarily relieve vanced
the backlog of students at them into an
Memphis by training all Marine occupational r
six-month reservists here. After a -
Since its beginning the school technical ,
has continued to function as the would then
only 'P' level school for the Marine Air ..
Marine Reserve Training Detachment rr
Command. of on-the-job

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School Outlives Its Usefulness HOLDING SHARE OF YOUR FUtURE

Annual programmed student
input increased to 1500 studentsor D ST 7ZS CHECK THESE
50 classes weekly with 30

students per class. Throughoutthe WINGS 5BOKUSt1 VALUES:
years,actual input fluctuated
widely and during the past five
years dropped continuously. '70 AAR Cuda 6-Pack
Figures show that of the 267
q Aps Automatic transmission console, bucket seats power disc
classes
represented, a total of 48
brakes rally road wheels, wide, wide tires. This Is the HOT,
did not convene due to lack of HOT, HOT Onel!
students while another 66 con $3697
vened with 15 students or less. '70 Cuda 340

Due to this fluctuating input, Welcome to the World of Hondo speed transmission console white bucket seats, rally road -zS
the school has consistently Toro Red.
wheels and collapsible spare Onlv ... $3297
operated at less than peak efficiency -
70 Cuda 383
See&Go For a Test Ride :.
4-barrel automatic transmission power steering air con
On the All New
No Longer Counsels StudentsAs ditioned blue bucket seats.
HONDAFROM _' '70 Road Runner "Superbird"

originally conceived, the 50'$TO 750'sAVAILABLE : : 440 Six Pack Loadedlll!I(...Including 4-speed track-pak, power
mission of the Marine .J disc brakes tach rally road wheels with F.60 x 15 tires. Toro
Mechanical School was, in addition Red with Black vinyl roof and really HOTI Originally. priced at
All New CL-1 00'
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to providing aviation and Now Only ....$3997
IN NORTH FLORIDA AT OUR...
mechanical fundamentals, 'to '
70 Road Runner 383
test,counsel and assign to further ALL NEW HEADQUARTERSWITH
Barrel Garb speed transmission, Vitamin C and equipped
technical training those students COMPLETE SERVICE DEPT. JUST RIGHT! Only.. 2897
who best $
were qualified.
This policy has now been HONDA & BMWof '70 Road Runner 383
superceded and presently these Door Hardtop, barrel carb automatic transmission, power
students are tested and assignedan North Florida steering radio and heater. Only..$3i 97
MOS for training at the time of '70 Road Runner

enlistment. Therefore, the 6123 Philips Highway Phone 378-3811 or 38-4200 Door Hardtop 440 Six Pack. Equipped?You name It,this one's
mission of the school has been got It I Toro Red with black bucket seats.Only.... $3997

(Six) '70 Duster 340's

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2 tennis courts 0 Plus shuffleboard and bad Phone: 781.3818
minton 0 With congenial young neighbors to r ,,., RENTING HOURS: HIGH PerformanceHeadquarters
help enjoy them. 0 All only one block from Mon.Thru Sat.:8:30-6:30: : ; Sun. 1.6:30: J-
golf and an elementary school-with other Y r DIRECTIONS: Roosevelt Blvd.,
schools shopping centers and boating min turn right on San Juan-Continue past
utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the i Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road is.
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown -turn left to apartments. ..
Jacksonville in 15. D Apartments have indi \ .
vidually controlled heating and air conditioning ;.
carpeting draperies, and sliding glass' .", ",
door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can '
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I I McAfee Wins All-Navy Golf] PROGRAM i ''

: : i NAVY: SPORTSAcademy '

:I LONG BEACH.* Calif...Lt. Diskin of Newport. HM2 Walt REFERRAL : ;: : ; \\ .
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i successfully defended his All- failed to make the All-Navy -
i Navy golf crown here last week squad after traveling to Long
] as he carded a final round of 73 Beach as a member of the South
; for a 290 total for the 72 hole Atlantic Regional ,team. Readies 2nd
J event.
Capt. 'Rex' Ireland of Com
\ Playing with McAtee in the Eleven won the senior division e aia eTM Annual Sail RegettaThe
\ Interservice golf classic at Long and LCdr.Nancy Hollenbeck took
; Beach as Navy players aref the women's division. It was the
< I James Miller NAS Lemoore; third straight time and the sixth Naval Academy Sailing Sqaudron will host the
*'I Carol Mallon Keflavik; David time In the past 10 years that second Navy Invitational Regatta at the United States
y ; McCauley, NAS Atsugi; Dave Hollenbeck has won the All-Navy Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. August 2729.
I Estes, Little Creek, and Dan women's title. .
b 1 This year's event is scheduledto
;tl.J i ________ be held in 24-foot knockabout
------- sloops with three-man crews. Yacht Club, the Norfolk Naval
.t': As last year, one crew from each SailingAssociation and the Naval
: Let theWANT of the United States Naval Sailing Sailing Association on the USS
1: Association members will be Providence Many more entriesare
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: invited. Added to this year's expected as the event draws
ADS competitors will be the winners closer.
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.. I and runners up in both the There will be a banquet held on
.. Atlantic Fleet and East Coast Friday evening, August 28, and
Championships,which will be run trophies will be presented then if
by the United States. Naval the racing finished.. I
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Station here Aug.'24-26. If the sailing continues into
.Acceptances have already been Saturday, the trophies will be
received from the Naval Stationin awarded to the winners at the
Annapolis, the Great Lakes conclusion of the series.


a State Fishing, Hunt

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Rule Books AvailableTallahasseeA

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\ 40 page summary of Florida's fresh
"' water fishing and hunting regulations for 1970-71 is now
available at the office of all County Judges and offices of
diJ / the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission.

: The regulation summary includes
information on fishing and
Fish and Wildlife Service.
hunting licenses, seasons, bag
Migratory bird
1y' limits,' and legal methods of hunting
regulations will be published as a
taking fresh water fish and
separate summary later in the
resident game animals and birds.
4 The summary booklet also year.
includes regulations coveringFlorida's Sportsmen may obtain a copy
r of the new hunting and fishing
II fifty-five fish
management areas and 37 regulations by contacting their
l' wildlife management areas. County Judge or writing the
t'r' Game and Fresh Water Fish
In addition to general huntingand
Commission in
Tallahassee
,
"t fishing regulations, the 1970-
; r 71 summary contains information Panama City, Lake City, Ocala,
: Lakeland, or West Palm Beach.
on the statewide archery -

\ \( \ bear hunts hunting, trapping season,regulationsand controlled cdi J.oc

seasons, and the new zoning
: \ regulation that governs open *?j CPRti,.
hunting seasons. f c .
,.. The publication, issued by the vJ i
; 1 Game and Fresh Water Fish .1
Commission, does not include
,J \ migratory' bird hunting
p'r\ regulations as set by the U.S.



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you know of an easier way to shop or sell? When you make the '
Want Ads your marketplace, all you do is place your ad and wait Sheraton'
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:< !the Classified Ads, then phone for an appointment to see the advertised
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I 4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Florida, 32210 I II in the Continental U.S.* at 1/2 the regularrate
on Friday Saturday:'and Sunday

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE_]19


Fliers Move to Regional After .". ". ',...1 J



Winning District Softball Title '



MEMPHIS-The NAS Jax Navy Fliers won the Sixth Naval District Softball ,

Tournament championship here Friday as they downed a stubborn Memphisnine pcsF
2.0.Playing .
the Navy Memphis
Hellcats for the third time in the squeaked by the Hellcats 1-0 on with John Littleton on the mound.
double-elimination tournament, the pitching performance of The Memphis win gave the Fliers
Jacksonville relied on the McClure.In their first loss and set up the A
brilliant pitching of mound ace Friday's final round, championship game in the double
Von McClure and clutch hitting Memphis tripped up the Fliers 5.1 elimination contest.
from the bottom half of their ;
batting order to tally single runs ,
in the fifth and seventh innings.The .
Fliers scored their first run
when second baseman Bobby -- Sports Briefs --
Webb doubled in the fifth inning k.
and later scored on a Texas
League single by pitcher Mc
Clure.In 4hr.<..; A \
the top half of the seventh !
catcher Ted Maxamovich Bowling To Start 4
reached first on a sacrifice and
scored' when I the first baseman ,
for Jacksonville,Larry King,lined Jax The NAS ,Athletic Office Is still in need of touch WHAT'S YOUR AVERAGE How well do you stack up .
a sharp double over the cen- football officials for the season, which gets underway when it comes to U.S. Savings Bonds? Linda Harrison knows, Reports "s't
terfielder's head. Monday. Anyone with past experience or interested in Linda:''The average investment of persons buying U.S. Savings .
;
Bonds through the Payroll Savings Plan is $25 a month"Photo
Memphis staged several rallies '
throughout the contest but fell officiating 'during the season is asked to contact the ( Courtesy 20th Century-Fox)
short in the scoring column as Athletic Office at Ext. 3239.
McClure held the heavy hitting
Hellcats to only four hits.
representing This week,the the Sixth Fliers Naval are Grid Officials Why Do You See "

District in the South Atlantic

Regional which is being played at Fifty-one teams have signed up to compete in the NAS So OfTheseJ4JD'

Memphis.Originally scheduled for intramural bowling competition that begins August 24. Many

Corpus Christi!,Tex., the regional Team captains should get their teams signed up immediately
tournament was moved to if they plan to compete. George Mullins,
Memphis following the damagein assistant athletic director, will be accepting teams for (]
the wake of Hurricane Celia in the bowling competition through the end of this week.
the Christi!
Corpus area.
Call Ext. 3239 for details.
After winning its opening
game, Jax picked up a second
win the following day with a 2.1 '
victory over nearby Mayport. "
Drawing a bye for the third In Jacksonville?
round, the Fliers faced Memphisin 1
the fourth day of play and _
Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are
F sold in Green Cove Springs,and why there should be so many
modern, completely staffed new car franchises in a .'
NAVY community of this size? For instance, in what other town of "-
less than 3,000 population will you find offered complete linesof
Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, and all other. major Americanauto

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RAINED OUT-Com Fair Jax softball tournament Director George
MONTH Mullins is having his' problems with rain this week. The tournament Thousands, persons every year are discovering that
1924M.rried was delayed Monday due to rain although three games were played 'automobile row', in Green Cove Springs is only a short,
Tuesday.Tuesday's results saw VW-4 drop VP-45In eight innings 4-5, pleasant drive from wherever they are, and so much easier
VA-174 slipped by VA-83,2-1, and VA-87 ran up a 7.2 advantage over to reach and shop in than more heavily congested areas.
the USS Roosevelt. Winners of the tournament will travel to Norfolkfor They like the friendly treatment they find in a small town.
the Atlantic Fleet championships next week. They welcome the reasonable prices made possible by the
lower operating costs _'in Green Cove Springs. They <
d' appreciate fact,that{ here they 'are treated as valued
customers, not statistics on a sales chart,. .
Visit Roberts Chevrolet Oldsmobile in Green Cove
Beiiair iJ; Springs and you'll SEK:why so many cars are sold in Green
/ ; Cove Springs. Our slogan 'Putting You First Keeps U*
1 First is the attitude of the entire staff and management at
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/ 1 WE ARE CLOSING OUT .OVER. 500 CARS AND TRUCKSI! THEY INCLUDE BRAND NEW 70 MODELS -
LIKE NEW DEMONSTRATORS AND EXECS. AND VERY LOW MILEAGE U-DRIVE ITSI!
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EVERY CAR ADVERTISED HAS THE EXACT STOCK NUMBER. THE COMPLETE UST OF EQUIPMENT, THE
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;: 0 ORIGINAL UST PRICE, SOUTHSIDE FORD'S CLOSEOUT DISCOUNT AND OUR NET PRICE! TO YOUI

;,1' 3 THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO GIMMICKS NO "COME ON", PRICES. BECAUSE WE PRIZE OUR REPUTATION -

/, TOO HIGHLY TO LOWER OURSELVES TO THESE TACTICS I II'


SOUTHSIDE FORD HAS SOLD 2.061 VEHICLES MS YiABl; OUR RENT IS LESS THAN ONE HALF OF

t t 4. SOME OF OUR COMPETITION! THEREFORE SOUTHSIDE FORD CAN AND DOES SELL FOR LESS 1


5. EVERY CAR ADVERTISED IS BELOW ACTUAL FACTORY INVOICE_ COST! !



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BRAND NEW! OClOO1 BRAND NEW! OC642 BRAND NEW! OC160 BRAND NEW!

1970 LTD TUDOR HARDTOP 1970 TORINO SEDAN 1970 MUSTANG 2 DR. HARDTOP 1910 MUSTANG 2 DR. SPORTS ROOF
V-8 Engine, Power Disc Brakes, Hideaway Head- Flow Thru Ventilation,All Vinyl Trim,Courtesy Vinyl Hi Back Bucket Seats,Color Keyed Carpeting, Vinyl Hi-Back Bucket Seatt,Caler-Keyed Carpeting,Fleer
lamps,Bright Ext. Moulding,Courtesy Lights, Color Lights, Color Keyed Floor Mats, Belted White Sidewall Floor Mounted Shift Lever, Instrument Gauges, Meunred Shift lever ,Inttrument Oauget,Select-Shift Cruitem .
Koyod Nylon Carpeting, B.It.d White,Sidewall Tires,Heater A Defroster. Belted Sidowall Tires, Heater A DefrosterRETAIINNNNNNN.NNNWWNNNMNMNNNNNNNIWN121 .Hc, Recker Panel Melding, '.wer Steering, AM ladle
Tins, Body Sid. Moulding/Vinyl, Heater & Tinted, Gloit-CempUte, Calar Keyed Racing MI_.., Wh.elCeves
Defroster. .Vinyl Tap v..,",I...,Whit.Sidewall Tint,Heater A
Del_ .,.
RET MlLnmtMMMMMMMMWMHMMMMWMMMMMMMMMHIM 352729 RETAIL>m.f>..-W..IIN..................-........NN.....2612195 O120 RET AIL I .---..???- 5 N 120

LESS DISCOUNT NNN.NNNNWNN.NNWNNWN 75MS LESS DISCOUNT ..NNNNNNNW.NN.NNN.NNNNNNNN 447.54 LESS DISCOUNT ._ _M ________.492.57 LISS DISCOUNT .. N SS4.22

BELOW INVOICE PRICE .......................2770.79 BELOW INVOICE PRICE.......................2125.41 BELOW INVOICE PRICE N.I..I.II.I..IN11111.2331.63atat1BRAND BELOW INVOICE PRICE .......................2918.96

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'GAUXIE 500 2 ML RMOTOP CONBITI8NED! BRAND NEW! NEW! Hideaway Headlamps, Bright Exterior Moldings,
V-8 Engine, Body Sid.Melding/Vinyl, Bright oc.. Wheel Covers, Color Keyed Nylon Carpeting, courtesy -
Exterior Molding, Color Ke Nylon Carpeting, Lights,High Back Bucket Seats/Console, SelectShift
GAUXIE 500 2 DR. HARDTOP
Courtesy Lights, Vinyl S.at Teruo, Vinyl Roof, Select 1970 AMCOWmWND 1910 TORINO TUDOR SEDAN Crulse-o-matic,Visibility Group, Belted White
Shift Cruiso-o-matlc, Visibility Groups, White Side.wall Sidewall Tires, Rocker Panel Molding, Body Side
VEngine Body Side ,
Tiros, Power Steering, Power Front Disc Extreir Color Molding/Vinyl Bright, Flow Thru Ventilation,All Vinyl Trim,Courtesy Molding/Vinyl Insert, Power Steering, Power Disc
Brakes, Tilt Steering Wheel, AM Radio, Tinted Moldings Lights, Select Shift Keyed Cruise Nylon 0 Matic Carpeting, Belted lights,Color Keyed Floor Mats,Belted Tires Brakes, Tilt Steering Wheel, AM/FM Stereo Radio,
Glass, Complete Heavy Duty Battery, Door Edg. Whito Courtesy Sidewall Tires, Power Dual Roar Seat Speakers, Tinted Glass, Complete
Guards,Wheel Covers, Heater& Defroster. Disc Brakes,AM Radio,Tinted Steering Glass Power Complete Front, RET AI L............-..........WIMNNN W W_........._..2 512.IS Heavy Duty Battery, Door Edge Guards, Heater' eV

RETAIL.--......................_........".................... 4271.25 Wheel,Covers Heavy Duty Battery, Door Edge LESS DISCOUNT __ ________.341.54 Defroster.RETAIL.. ........ .... .... .... .......... .. '5021.25
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BELOW INVOICE
PRICE...................... 2125.41
LESS DttMWr MMMMMMMWMM.....11 RETAIL IINN...................W..I/N_....................".4411.25 USS..m ioc4.ii
BELOW INVOICE PRICE .......................3366.38M74
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BELOW INVOICE PRICE ......................3957.07
INVOICE PRICE .......................3532.23

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V-O Transmission
Engine Auto Power Steering, FIR n TNM, CBffomm All commaND! UiiMilu.. Pawn Freest Mil kite,Dthui lltirtir Whit,Eln- V-/ engine,Select Shift Cruise-O-Matic,Power Disc' f
Power Disc Brakes, Vinyl Reef A Seats, Tint.Windshield till etiik, Frees Deter Ana Mil, tMrtiiy Ukti, tot Fid NylMtaraitlRt Brakes, Fac. Air Cond., Tinted Windshield, Deluxe
{ Whito Sidewall Tires, Radio A Heater, Defroster V-l Inain*,Pawtr p/Olein. lacklll.,Hideaway" adlampi, NMiaway Hiaflanii, Brikt Sleet Wh.Covers,White Sidewall ,
Tires
Roof,
\ ,New '71 Tag, State Inspection Sticker, Low Bright. IitariM Melding Wh.tl Cavtrt, C.vt..y light C.l.r MAIM OrilM-O-Mttlt. Vitality, trtia, kited. WUti SleivaH I Tim, Vinyl Vinyl
Mileage U-Drive It. K Carpatlng, S.lect Shift Crulte-O.Motlc l ifetric Clock Peen Bide Wiifiws Peter Hat, I Way Driver, Pevir Sturlit, Seats, Radio A Heater, New 70 Tag,Statoln.p.c.tlon

'. RETAIL '"_..................................."..........".. 4051,03NNWWAAN.N ,VlslbilityOrou'Rock.lP.n.IMildingPew.StudngPower.",,DiM Brakai. AM/FM SlarM) Radia;, Tinlad Glen Cam.pUla .. Tilt.St Alr-eiltliMr.irli|.What,Silntalri' ,,sped AM FM hunt tune, Riar Rafli WIMiw, '''III".t hl.C'pr IIET AIL Sticker-..-, Low.. Mileage LNNNINN U-Drive.. .435.11
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While Simulated Nag Wheel Cevera Heater-A Defro.ler,Belted WH4ikliU. Wlnin.Tutu Blati Cenikti. ,Dilute litts' ,Pen Deer LESBMMMT _.94141
.7143 SidewaMTiret. .. -
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IILUW INYUICE PRICE ......................3295.00 RETAIL .......>...........,...."...,.......,.....,......,>...,,, ." 0.25 RETAIL ..."..-........??......??...Oily.?....??....??..?? 5793.25LESSMSttMT BELOW INVOICE PRICE ......................3495.00
.1 USS DISCOUNT 1029JI 1225.22
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d'. ',." BELOW INVOICE PRICE .......................3850.59 BELOW INVOICE PRICE ....................... 4568.03
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