Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/01026
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1970
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
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System ID: UF00028307:01026

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



Vocational Training ri'A 'T Finance Stops +

4i Freedom Share ;

Early OutsAssistant Approvedwhich

Pay Deductions
Secretary of Defense award an associate degreeor

(Manpower and Reserve Affairs) higher. Sr Jax The Finance Office here

Roger T. Kelley has expanded 90 Days EarlyAs i 'i a) has announced that effective

Department of Defense policy on 2 Y LI8 0 ., immediately civilian and
revised r S .
the Department of
release of enlisted
I. a.w offices will not
military payroll ;
Defense Instruction 1332.15 iFLA.
,personnel to attend college to
authorizations for the
'Early Release of Military accept new \
" eligible enlisted personnel (
.. purchase of Freedom Shares
who desire to attend Enlisted Personnel for College or :i .
, Vocational-Technical School under the payroll savings plan. r
recognized vocational-technical The for the discon-
Enrollment issued
January 26,
schools. S'
tinuance is that Series E bonds
( Since 1959, the Department of 1970, now additionally providesthat have now been increased from
Defense has followed eligible enlisted personnelmay
a policy 4.25 per cent to 5 per cent, a rate
be released
k. to three
permitting release of enlisted up
the Freedom
months prior to their normal only
personnel up to three months
before their normal separationdate separation date to enter 'a held previously.This .
recognized vocationaltechnicalschool : T-1 : also means that payroll (
to attend accreditied 5 deductions for purchase of
t colleges and universities which i.e., one which is approved ,
Jr Freedom ,Shares will be terminated -
by the cognizant State
[ award baccalaureate or higher
with the
pay period
Board for Vocational Education,
degrees. In 1968, this policy
was r
which ends in June 1970 for
if'4"' or is accredited by a nationally
expanded to include institutions
civilians, and March 1970 for
recognized accrediting agency or .
association listed by the U.S. ,+ + military.
Navy Relief Commissioner of Education. } i.. .i:' In order that refunds be \1

tw '.MI minimized the Jax Issuing Agent >II\

i Same Rules will provide the payroll offices
Offers Course WHO NEEDS OARS- Not with service like this. Actually, the sailoris with a precalculated issue listingfor

Eligibility criteria are lust helping one of many stranded persons to make her way to dry phasing out the Freedom

l Jax- RAdm, Lawrence generally the same as formerlyused land from her trailer after heavy rains created somwhat of a water Shares through cancellation on or '';

; Heyworth Jr., commander Fleet in releasing personnel to hazard. For the story and more pictures see pages 12 and 13. before March 1.

I. Air Jax, has extended a special attend college. To qualify for The completed payroll ,
t invitation to Navy wives in this early release, a serviceman (1)l) deductions toward the purchase '1)

community to learn about the must show that he has been ac ADJ1 Cox SelectedJax price can be determined in advance -

'Navy,Relief Society. cepted for enrollment commencing from the listing, then the I''

.. ,The work: of the society ,is with a specific school employee should be notified that !.

>" *l en. J .. termjjn! ; a. full-time! residentaiurse : ...... .."; ..lA.rr:; ,:. "" ..... .., \": ."f.V'rJ:., 't ...S his, ,payroll deduction will be \,
7 and classes l have beenscheduledto 10 of.inslrucltion'of>mo'fees,*..... ... .:,. .. ; ..,, ,W'r (i ,cancelled in order to comply with ,',::1
introduce wives to the type of than three months duration,at a" S' I the automatic mandatory termination ,

work and the basic policies and recognized vocationaltechnicalschool date. Personnel are :

principles of the group. ((2)) must not be essentialto encouraged to cancel the combination -
, ADJI Gary L. Cox of the been stationed at Jax since Dec.
In March, Miss Francina the mission of his assigned pledge prior to the
Maintenance resides with his wife
Air 1966
: Stonesifer from the Navy Relief organization, and ((3)) must have Operations Tony, mandatory date. This can- :
selected the and two in Jacksonville. Cox
as sons
Society Headquarters in completed 21 months of active Department was cellation can be accomplished by
Serviceman of the will receive a gift certificate
Washington, D.C. will be at NAS duty on his current term of January submitting an Authorization for
Month board from the Restaurantand
Jax to conduct a training course. obligated service if he will have a by a reviewing Candlelight Purchase or Request for Change,
a free day for his family at
In addition to a complete historyof reserve obligation after Tuesday.Cox United States Savings Bonds and I
nominated AOMD St. the
by Augustine sponsored by
the society and its work, she separation. was Savings Notes (Freedom Shares) .\
Division Officer LCdr. J. USO.
will also give valuable Combination (SF 1192 A) effective -
Smooth Transition Beddard because of long recordof Also nominated were CS3
information about issuance of Freedom
the Navy. 'The expansion of the Depart professional performance and'' Quilligan of Supply and Sgt. Shares upon and Series E bonds.
ment of Defense early release devotion to duty at AOMD. Harris of the Marine Barracks.
The classes will be held in policy to include eligible enlisted Because of his knowledge of the

Building 501, NATTC, on Mon- personnel in obtaining specific H-34 aircraft and ability as an

days, Wednesdays, and Fridays skills is an effort to imporve aircrew instructor, he was

opportunities for immediate recently selected for assignmentas

civilian employment and thereby a Naval Air Training and

give veterans the assistance they Operating Procedures Stan- rI ;

need to make a smooth transitionto dardization Aircrew Evaluatorfor
civilian life.' all ComNavAirLant activities
operating the H-34 helicopters. S

This position is normally r ; ,

to chief officer ar
assigned a petty
News BriefsThe with extensive experience and

many years of service.In .

addition, he serves as an I

!ti Supply Department's H-34 Plane Captain, NATOPS Pi w.
Disposal Division announced this instructor and Maintenance

week that there will be a Supervisor for Air Operations.
Three weeks ago Cox, while !
government surplus propertylocal ,
r I
spot bid sale beginning at 9 assigned as Rescue Plane 'm..
a.m., Feb. 19. Captain of the Search and Rescue I

The sale will be held at the Helicopters, assisted in the res- 4 pJ1 ,''

Disposal Division, located southof cue of three men from the .

the station on Highway 17. disabled shrimp boat Outcast. a

1 Military and civilian Departmentof His knowledge of rescue a ,yr ,,
and prompt action *
A Defense personnel are eligibleto procedures
participate, except those under aided materially in the rescue. a ,I
21 and those whose duties include Petty Officer Cox, who has n 1r

Miss Stonesifer responsibilities for or within the h ri "

Defense Property Disposal
from 9 a.m. to noon, from
their agents, employees ;;
programs Inside
March 2 through March 20. Free
and immediate
child care will be provided by mem-
bers of their housholds.
Navy Relief at the Station 1a
Editorials Page 2
Nursery while classes are in ***
.I session. Credit toward the lOOt Menu Page 2 \

hour pin will be, given for each Jax-The Jax Traffic Safety Civil Service Page 4
Committee will hold their
, hour spent in class. Clubs Page 8
regular meeting Wednesday, I
Those wives planning to attend Feb. 18 at 1:30: p.m. in the Movies Page 11 Ir r
should contact the Navy Relief classroom of Building 8. Agenda (

Office, 772-3515 or 389-5308, not items will be received through Sports Page 16 SERVICEMAN of the Month Gary Cox makes engine check on

later than Feb. 20, 1970. Feb. 16. rescue helicopter at AOMD. :



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Personal InvestmentConsider : .. ; :row

the words of Abraham Lincoln reflecting on his boyhood in 11 ; J ,

Indiana: ,nbx
'There were some schools, so called, but no qualification was ever ; !
required of a teacher beyond readin' writin', and cipherin' to the rule : ; ;

of three. If a straggler supposed to understand Latin happened to t _
sojourn in the neighborhood he was looked upon as a wizard. There CATHOLIC
was absoluly nothing to excite ambition for education. Of course

whenIcameof age I did not know much. Still, I could read, write, andcipher ; Naval Air Station
to the rule of three,but that was all.' izLtLiiE

To get along on the fringe of'civilization', that much education was : SUNDAY MASS 9&lla.m.
more than adequate. And, as Lincoln recalled, 'There was absolutly t
: a.m.
nothing to excite ambition for education.' Yet, he had the tenacity to
pursue the goal of more than literacy in a frontier environment where 'Confessions will be heard
the barest rudiments of education sufficed. ir-t Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and from
:: 5 to 5:30: p.m.'

Naval HospitalSUNDAY

r 1'1"', \ MASS 8 a.m.

'VA GOTTA SCARE ME That was Doris' (Lyn Howard) remedyfor NATTC I

her nervous hiccups in Bill Manhoff's comedy, 'The Owl and the
Pussycat'which was staged Tuesday afternoon for patients and staffof SUNDAY MASS 10a.m.
the Naval Hospital. Felix (Jack Heller) stands in the background, Bldg. 500
'preparing to administer the cure.


10 a.m.
Today, our learning is supervised. We have teachers to consult,

libraries to explore, authorities to guide us. But every American,justas The two air station dining h.lIsserve the same menu, but observe different Naval Air Station
Lincoln, can prepare himself for more than'frontier education.' meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves week-day meals as follows:
There is still room to be fired by the urge to develop, to grow in mindas breakfast 6 a.m. to 7:30 '.m.dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to
5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. $51, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.; Sunday
well as body, to understand and to express one's self. dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m.; supper 5:00 p.m. to 4:15. Both Dining halli observe Church School 9 a.m.
Lincoln thought of himself as shiftless. But would a shiftless man, the same hours on week-ends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a.m. to Church
1:30: a.m.;brunch 9:30 a.m.to 12:30 p.m.and supper.4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m. Junior 10 a.m.
after the fundamentals of education have
painfully aquiring an forged Personnel rats breakfast for 25
on com may purchase breakfast and early Divine Worship Service 10 a.m.
ahead with borrowed books? Not likely. As an example of resolutionand cents;dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents. Bldg.750

pursuit of a goal, Lincoln had few peers among the great Episcopal Communion 8:30: a.m.
Americans we venerate. In moments of self-doubt and Breakfast Dinner Supper
discoragement, we can look to him for a renewal of our own sense of
Friday,Feb. 13
purpose. Junior Youth Fellowship 5p.m.

'Church Bores Me'By Hot Oatmeal Oyster Stew Beef Rice Soup Bldg.722
Eggs to Order Shrimp Creole Baked Meat Loaf
French Toast Chicken Frlcasee Mashed PotatoesHot TuesdaySenior
CDR Giles Morrill, CHC, USN Baked Beans Toss Green Rice Brown Gravy Choir Rehearsal 5 p.m.
Deep Fried Fish Por Buttered Wax Beans Baked Corn & Tomatoes
'Church on Sunday does nothing for me.' 'Church on tions Strawberry. Cream Pie Peach Meringue Bldg.750
Cake Doughnuts
Sunday shows me nothing.' 'I I get nothing out of going to ThursdayChristian

Church on Sunday.' These are some of the currently Saturday, Feb. 14 Science Service 8p.m.

acceptable cliches we Christians use to justify giving up NATTC

the faith, or at least, to pamper our consciences when we Hot Grits Chicken Gumbo Soup Onion Soup .

find that sleeping through Sunday morning, or shootinga Hot Eggs Cakes to Order or Grilled Cheeseburgers Hamburgers Mushroom Grilled Beef Gravy Steak. Divine Worship 12p.m.

game of golf or just' wandering though the Sunday Grilled Ham Slices Shoe String Potatoes Baked Potatoes Bldg.500
Raisin Rolls Simmered Kidney Creamed Peas & Evening Worship 6 p.m.
is less to time.It .
paper a demanding way spend our Beans Carrots Bldg.500
also helps if we convince ourselves that /'Anyone Buttered Brussels

who goes to church is a hypocrite.' This affords us SproutsSat.

the reassurance of a subtle superiority over the motley
., Feb. 15
common herd. TrafficViolations

But in the sport of shooting down hypocrisy whereverwe
Hot Farina Peppere Pot Soup Cream of Tomato Soup
find it, the cliches above are very poor weapons and Eggs to Order Baked Chicken & Breaded Veal
way off target. How so? They presume that the motivefor Minute Steaks Noodles Brown Gravy
Home Fried Potatoes Hot Dinner
going to Church or worshipping God Is 'what am I Apple Coffee Cake Lima Beans Rolls Mashed Bread Dressing Potatoes

going to get out of .It/ This is ridiculous! The real Cherry Pie Ice Cream Cups The following is a report of

purpose Is not to get, but to give. We go In order to give motor vehicle accidents and

worship to God, to give an hour of our time to praisingour Monday, Feb.16 traffic violations for the period

Creator in song and In prayer, and to give ourselvesto Jan. 27-Feb 2.Number.

Him for service. And in the last analysis, the serviceHe Hot Grits

asks is that we love Him as we find Him in our neighbor Eggs to Order Mllligatawny Spaghetti w Meat Soup Balls Over Vegetable Friend Soup Chicken of Accidents

that herd created in His and Creamed Corn Beef Pizza Pie Cream Chicken
motley common image Home Fried Potatoes Cuban Sticks Mashed Gravy This week 11
likeness. Our self-giving is made real through personal Clnamon Rolls O'Brien Summer Buttered Brussels Total accidents this year through.

. Christian charity, and social and economic justice to all Squash Devils Food Cake Sprouts Feb. 227.Number .
Coconut Bread
men. This demands a very generous and giving soul. Pudding of accidents throughJan.
An appeal to Christians. Don't say 'I skip church Tuesday, Feb.17 69Total 14.
number of days since last
because I get nothing from it.' That's hypocrisy. Say, 'I Hot Oatmeal injiiry in a motor vehicle accident

skip church I don't want to give.' That' straightforward Eggs to OjerPineapple Cream Grilled of Ham Potatoe Steaks Soup Split Beef &Pea Pork Soup Chop Suey -t.

honesty. Hot Cakes Raisin Sauce Fried RiceChinese
Grilled Luncheon Meat Glazed Sweet Potatoes Fried Cabbage Number of Violations
Praline Rolls Boiled Pinto Beans Chow Mein Noodles
Fruit Gelatin Iced Hermits

This week 58
, Wednesday,Feb.18 Speeding 19
! Reckless Driving 1

: Hot Corn Meal Mush Chicken Rice Soup Beef Noodle Going through stop sign 10
Eggs to Oder Giner Pot Roast Chikl Soup Other violations 28
The JAX AIR NEWS it a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper French Toast Natural Gravy French Hot Dogs
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Broiled Bacon Slices Southern Style Greens Mixed Vegetables Potatoes'
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Raised Doughnuts Lyonnaise Banana CakeThursday Carrots Apple Pie Twenty drivers appeared
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Feb. 5. Disposition of the

Jacksonville by; 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News cases included the following: 11
Items are welcomed from all sourcesTelephone 772-3118: or Feb. 19 lost driving and parking

3119. privileges aboard station for

Hot Farina New England Clam Creole Soup various periods; 7 were assignedto
Advertisements are' solicited by; the publisher and queries Griddle Eggs to Cakes Order Chowder Submarine Sandwiches I complete an eight-hour coursein
concerning such should be directed to Shrimp Curry Hot
; Baked Sausage Patties Steamed Rice Potato Salad. remedial driving; 10 received
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Sugar Rolls Baked Chicken & Rice Spanish Beans Style I Lima I suspensions; 2 were given

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 SpearsIce Buttered Broccoli Cherry Cake Pudding warnings; 4 were dismissed; 11
Cream were fined (U.S. Commissioner);
Telephone 388-2755 Cups
and none referred to com
manding officers for possible
VOL. 27 NO. 45 FEBRUARY 12, 1970 disciplinary action. Eight
-- drivers were assessed 20 traffic

points.PAGE .


league possible.The Enjoys Hunt Harvest Feasf'l

CECIL ,SPORTS ROUNDUPBy Summer Tuesday Intramural and Thursday Bowling
I, Last Saturday Cecil's Rod and )
Leagues are forming now. In-
Chief Brewster Gun Club held their Hunt Harvest
terested teams should sign up'at
Barbecue at Lake Newman.
either the bowling center, or the
Over 180 members and family
athletic office now.
attended the Barbecue which was
The Hellrazors down the The for the There are also openings for
rang race 1970 Captain'sCup held between 12:00: noon and 6:00:
intramural basketball curtain in Trophy is once again underway mixed leagues on Monday and p.m. 250 lbs. of deer and wild
dramatic fashion, squeaking out. at Cecil Field.The first Sunday nights. Sign up for these boar was on the menu.
a win over VA-81, 6261. Trailingby field of competition to be con- leagues at the bowling center or Throughout the day there were
1 point with 3 seconds cluded and call ext. 8491.Intramural.
showingon announce a championwas games and contests for one and
the clock, VA-174s Worsham, the National Bowling Volleyball gets
amid bedlam, calmly stepped to League. Last year a very started Monday 16 Feb. There 1A
the foul line and sank his 2 free determined team sponsored by will be two games per day, one at
throws. A long desperation shot Attack Squadron One Seventy 1100 and one at 1145. There are k\
from mid court by Johnson of VA- Four placed second in this eight teams entered including
81 at the buzzer failed to connect. league. This year, the Hellrazors defending champions AMD. VA- FFA
Dailey of VA-81 led all scorers sponsored the same team in the 46 recently returned from
with 23 points while Worsham of same ,league. However 'a little deployment boasts a real power
VA-174 contributed 19 points to wiser, more determined and witha house and looking forward to
174s well balance attack. few more months of practice clash with AMD.
I VA-174 earned the right th play behind, team captain Art Wallerwas The Melody Boys
VA-81 in the championship game determined his team would
by virtue of an impressive earlier not place second best this year. SfVAL: HTI W'$ a all to compete in. Mrs. Nance
win over VA-44.VA-81 nipped IV A- Midway through the league, the Coleman had the best front
36 to enter the final game. 'HellRazors Number I team license plate design. The children
During regular play the Waller Charlie had a fishing contest to see who
season comprised of Art ,
Hellrazors survived a mediocre Quinn, Richard 'Spoon' Q A could catch the biggest fish. Club
first half and came roaring backto Spunaugle, Pat Duncan, John members participated in a
win all their 2nd half and Dorshorst and Chuck Roberts, Turkey shoot and a skeet shoot.
tournemtnt games. assumed the lead in a very tight Cupful of money donated to The entertainment was

The Cecil Field All Star team, league.depth Through, and unbeatable determinationteam team flUA?( I+ ;?:: ; Shriner's Band. Burn Childs Clinic by provided through the by whole the Melody barbeque.Boys
coached by Don Hissam of VA-44
left Sunday for Memphis, where spirit, the 'Hellrazors' main-
they will participate in the 6th tained their lead throughout the
Naval District Basketball remainder of the league. Pat
tournament. The Raiders upset Duncan lead the Hellrazors
Memphis 90-84 in their opening with a 175 average. Dental tied
and AOMD in the win-loss column for
game Tuesday night are
scheduled to meet the strong second, however, American
Glynco five on Wednesday. Full Bowling Congress rules indicates
details of the tournament will be when two teams tie for a position,
available next week. the team with the greatest pitfall

'Coach' Tom Puckett, in the shall place higher. Subsequently, .}
naive belief that the present AOMD captured second and :
weather conditions are nothing Dental placed third. The National \.
other than an 'unseasonable'pehnomenon Bowling League was the first
announced recentlythat league to complete a league in the '.\ ,
his Pathetic Plumbers would new bowling alley. It was con-
commence working out soon in sidered a very competitive
league played under much improved
preparation for the forthcoming
Softball season. After viewing the conditions in the new I
dismal record of last year, the alley. The National Bowling AMSC Juan 0. Martinez was piped over the side after 22 years of
Plumbers need all the practice League would like to thank all Naval ervice by Cdr. K. E.Moranville,skipper of the VA-37 Bulls. This
luck those who contributed their time marked the end to a Navy career that commenced In If48 and saw
they can get good .coach -
need it. and effort to erect the new eight different duty stations while serving in five Aviation Squadrons.
you bowling alley and making this i. .

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I: CIVIL. SERVICE NEWSPresidential .


1 b ', e i II rAa .
4. Officer
p yy'IM NAS Safety I

Citizen Medal '
CS Career

Gains Approval __ Jax-Charlie Able always lie entered civil service in 1940
prided himself on 'knowing at the Naval Station Ordnance
Washington-The Presidential $ Id something about everything that Plant, Alexandria, Va., as a
Citizens Medal has been jq 'm1kf happens on the air station,' but machinist. Later promoted to
established by President Nixon < admitted he was caught unaware leadingman machinist, he was
for the purpose of recognizing a Jan. 30 when he was honored at a also assigned as the plant's fire
citizens who have performed retirement ceremony. marshall.In .
exemplary deeds of service for Capt. H. 0. Cutler, NAS the latter position he was
their country or their fellow _commanding officer, and manyof responsible for outfitting the t
citizens. Able's friends and co-workers entire plant with fire equipmentand
gathered at the NAS Officers selecting and training plant
The medal may be bestowed by Club to wish him Farewell. personnel as volunteer fire
the President upon any citizen of Capt. Cutler presented Able fighters.
the United States at his discretionand for as associate i
with a plaque in appreciation Appointed safety
may be conferred his service at NAS and friends engineer and finally safety !
posthumously. gave him a set of bookends to use engineer, it was under Able's
The Army Institute of for his many safety magazines.The direction that the plant becameone
30-year veteran of of the first naval activities to
has been directed to
Hearaldry ABLE RETIRESCharles D. Able, for NAS
safety superintendent
government service has been inaugurate and maintain an
prepare for the approval of the for the past 16 years, accepts a plaque of appreciation from Capt.
with the air station as safety eye protection program. This
President a design of the medal,
Cutler at his of service with the air
a ceremony honoring many years
the establishment
citation and ribbon. superintendent for the past 16 involved of eye
station years. hazardous areas and the enforced

_m______________ wearing of protective eye
corrective goggles in those areas.
the COST isLOW. Able had his first tour here
from July 1950 to November 1951
as assistant safety engineer. He
I I was then transferred to the Naval

Supply Depot, Bayonne, N.J.,
where he served as safety
engineer until his return to Jax in

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financing plan. Please send me a free catalog, I am I
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2S08 Norwich St. 3001 S. Pin. St. P.O. Box 1045 2526 W. T.nn..... St. I
P.O.PH: 264-0757 Box 1136 P.O. Box 954 3030 E. Duval St. P.O. Boa 415 CITY _STATE _. _. I
PHs 621-8118 PH
U.S. 90 & Olult. Ar.. : 576-1138
PH 754-8558 I Telephone I ..._ .. I

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Latest Job Openings Announced

Under Station Merit Hike PlanJax 1O

Merit promotion opportunities Also, 126-69 Mess Attendant, GS-5; Meteorological Technician
currently open for 128-69 Secretary (Steno) GS-4. (Observation) GS-6; and Closed
receipt of applications are listed 129-69 Aircraft Instrument Microphone Reporter, GS-6 or CHEVROLET
below. Mechanic (Electronic), 130-69 Shorthand Reporter GS-6.
Applications for the positions Automotive Equipment Ser- Applications for positions
shown in the following group will viceman 131-69 Clerk GS-2 and 3, shown below will be accepted EDWARD F
be accepted from' career or 132-69 Computer Operator GS-5, from career or carter-
career. conditional employees of 133-69 Stockman 136-69 Data conditional employees of Navy
the air station, Rework Facility, Communications Equipment and Marine Corps activities! In
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Operator and 137.69 the Sixth Naval District within
Fleet Air Jacksonville, Fleet Management Technician GS-5. the time limitations as listed.
Aviation Electronics TrainingUnit Also, 139-69 Teletypist GS-5, MPB No. 99-69 Meteorological
Atlantic Det Jax, Fleet 14CM39 Mechanical Engineering Technician GS-5 open con-
Intelligence Center, Commissary Technician GS-7, 8 and 9 Ground tinuously. There is also an Absolutely Free
t Stores, Hospital, Recruiting Support, 141-69 Mechanical opening for a Budget Analyst GS5 -
Station, Regional Storage Engineering Technician (Jet and 7 for applications for em- SOMEONE WILL DRIVE
Management Office, Disease Engine) GS-7, 8 and 9, 142-69 ployees within the Jacksonvillearea.

Vector Control, Fleet Weather Instrument Mechanic (General) First closing date has been HOME IN A BRAND NEW 1970CHEVROLET
Facility and Navy Financ&Office 143-69 Aircraft Painting Worker set for Feb. 17.Application i
+ at any time. 14145-69 Electrician, 146-69 Forms 171 for these
!+ Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-4, positions should be filed with COMPLIMENTS OF i
No. 79-69 Electronics 147-69 Military Personnel Clerk Civilian Personnel Department,
80-69 Elec (Typing) GS-5, 149-69 Super- Box 22, NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 1 ,
tronics Worker, 81-69 Accounts
visory Military Personnel Clerk -- The winner will be selected byan
Maintenance Clerk GS-1, 82-69 ..y _
and Air-
(Typing) GS-5, 152-69
Planner & Estimator (Public craft Engine Mechanic.' kHow YOURFREDDY'S independent panel of judges
Works Structures), 83-69 Aircraft
Instrument Mechanic, 84-69 Mechanic Also, 153-69 Airframes f IVYY A VrnlfiMW Hurry You May Be
154-69 Computer (OCAIIIIfOM
Aircraft Instrument Worker 85- Operator GS-4 155-69, In- tAI( The Lucky Winner
69 Aircraft Electrician 86-69 strument Mechanic (Electronic), Eoul iS.t
Clerk (Stenography) GS-3 and 4, 156-69 Aircraft Metals Worker, i
87-69 Clerk (Typist) GS-2,3 and 4; 157-69, Aircraft Examiner ASK ANY GREAT GREAT GUY FOR
and 88-69 Electronics Mechanic (Aircraft Electrician), 158-69 i E ESQ / COMPLETE DETAILSNO: STRINGS-NO GIMMICKS

(Aircraft Systems.) Welder, 159-69 Aircraft Examiner

Also, 8969Electronics (Airframes Mechanic), 160-69 LOOK AT EIN 910 NOVA 2 DOOR
Mechanic (Maintenance), 90-69
Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-5, .s
Machinists, 91-69 Aircraft 161-69 Cash Clerk GS-4, 162-69 % < SUSASNOP THISSUPER -
Electrical Worker, 92-69 Planner Supply Clerk GS-4, 165-69 In- lf_ '
& Estimator (Public Works spector (Household Goods OR TAKE OUT ,
Electrical Systems), 93-69 In- Shipment), 166-69 Engineman SERVICEREAL
dustrial Tractor Operator, 94-69 (Locomotive), 167- Supply Data YANKEE SPECIAL
Apprentice (First Year), 96-69 Assistant GS168- 9 Super- HOAGIES"
Statistical Assistance GS-5,97-69 838 CASSAT AVE- PH 384-2101 10DAY Aa.ft.o01.wn.3ptm.nb.f
visory Clerk GS-5, and GraphicArts 11.1fig..
Accounting Technician G5-4, 101- Mechanic 16969. un/.n MR d 11.01% i TAX i UC, t
69 Aircraft Metalsmith, 102-69 Also, 170-69 Clerk GS-5, 171-69
Automotive Mechanic (Body & Power Plant Controlman, 172-69 "A 1910 Chevrolet Pickup
Fender), and 103-69 Clerk Metals A,
Inspector ( ) 173-69 (1 2175
Dictating Machine TranscriberGS4. Electric Accounting Machine 41
Supervisor GS-4, 176-69 Sales (' elan
Store Checker GS-3, 2-70 cue R'' 'i:. .... AFTER$99.00 DOWN
Also, 105-69 Secretary ,(,Steno) Ship .
G5-5, 107-69 Card Punch OperatorGS2 ment Clerk (Typing) GS-5, 5-70 ( 11.31.rm.nN In.ludinTea a Ti.d
and 3,108-69 Messenger GS2 Toolmaker 6-70 Inspector .OJ/Ia-;/ 3r/A3 C.mpld.n
and 3, 110-69: Production Con- (Metals) 11-70Shipment Clerk, ; .IN troller GS-7, 111-69 Planner and HUG (Typing) GS-4, 12.70
Estimator (Sheetmetal Worker), Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-6, San Juan at Niblick PLENTYTO
112-69 Electric Accounting 14'70 Voucher Examiner Phone 384-4406

Machine Operator GS-3,. 114-69 (Typing) GS-4, and 16-70 Fiscal el, 2 and 3 Bedrooms V
Pipecoverer, 115-69 Plasterer, Accounting Clerk GS-4. e Garden Type Apartments with. CHOOSE FROM
117-69 Sheetmetal Worker, 118-69 Applications for the following Country Club Atmosphere
Refrigeration and Air Con jobs will be accepted from the .e Kitchens Ranges *equipped Refrigerators with G-E

ditioning Mechanic, 119-69 same group .of employees as Individual"' Air Conditioning'and '
Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, above, however, the first cut off Heating by G-E
121-69 Boiler Tender, 122-69 date follows each positions. Drapes furnished" FiriliTH.lql.llHt
Wall to Wall Carpeting M695 67s IIT. .=dL.ss1195
Plumber, 124-69 Assistant Meat Nationwide openings are .Large Swimming Pool
Cutter, and 125-69 Laborer available for Electrical Ac- 61ha; S", T 1650
Cfciv. CIII I 111.111$129'5
Cleaner. counting Machine Supervisory MM,4 spin ;.
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I i::; a [! I 50'0 on SUPER USED CARS

I I JACKONVIIL'LA.3j2204' I249-I29I KING ft II I 68 I1MIrtI $1 695 66 fli't'::f?M. ;a 1295

II at Sheraton (MntuIl1 ."1,. OI41IitallClr..S N
68 11*. .. I---M"',NtL 1895 67:::

: USED CAMERAS AND : Chnr.l.t Cor,,",c..c,.. $
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EQUIPMENT. WE PAY 68 ireM. tl. Mpl1s1195 417.4"-. ....
I TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 r on weekends. INUKrdN.

BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! ltiatinlirtI.'. ..'$ 69M111rNL.RINIs1995'68M : :
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Stay at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn 4.S3695 U011
DOMINICK'SIZZA in the Continental U.S.* at Y2 the regularrate ?". *. I1.lone" '
69.c.moUt,...11....t'.11tI68C'tv"4Uri$2195 $2550
on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday !

nights. .
*'Iitnder: You don't have to be in uniform. All you 67Chtv'III s$169566Citrita

New Management need is your ID. ''i'i' :
Italian A American Food 61F; s169566Y
Family Style Dining Room Next time you get a weekend pass,

FEATURING THE unwind Reservations in style at Sheraton. w:tc C..... $1395 66 ''W:i 'H.Ir s1095II ,
are accepted on a
BEST PIZZAIN "Standby Basis" only and are subjectto
space availability at time of check-in. itMfUt /
TOWN! !El! Offer does not apply to the St. Regis-
OPENOAILYi Sheraton in New York City. fMGU II fflfWWf7ARriNC.ION

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Electronic Oven Demonstration

e Teaches Wives Kitchen Magic'
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T __ Have you ever wished for a magical power In the proximately $1,000.
What about the safety to
) kitchen? A twitch of the nose or a blink of your eyes, and humans of rays being emitted

presto! Dinner Is served. We as humans may never have from the unit? A member of the
life so easy but we may be able to shorten time In the State Health Board reported that
? kitchen by many minutes and perhaps hours each day. when the un!ts are properly used
With the invention of food according to the manufacturer's
mixers, food blenders, electric oven. In one minute the hot dog directions, and when necessary,
skillets, frozen dinners, and will be done and In two minutes competently repaired, the unit
package mixes things in the the hamburger will be cooked will be completely safe.
kitchen really began to swing. the bun warm and moist not Users are cautioned against
The NOW thing is the electronic soggy. leaving tiny food particles around
micro-wave oven. What about clean-up? Foodand the edge of the door. Food par
Last week Jacksonville home grease spatters can be wiped ticles will depress the insulationto
economist, Miss Jan Bell, from the oven surfaces with a allow more than the safe
demonstrated a portable micro- moist cloth or sponge. Foods are amount of emission to leak.
wave oven for family use to the not baked onto the walls.
; With all the time the housewifecan
icy 1151 Jacksonville Officers Wives Club. Amazingly the oven plugs intoa
During the luncheon Miss Bell 110 electrical wall socket. save in the kitchen preparingfood
roasted a six pound beef roast in What the cost? Portable units now all we need is a machine t
just 30 minutes! The roast was cost in the neighborhood of $500. to clear the table, clean the I
nicely browned with a mediumrare The larger units, containing a dishes and put them away,
.Li;.. center. The taste? Terrific. conventional oven, surface range perhaps with the magic
WHAT CAN I TELL MY HUSBAND so he'll want to buy the oven The oven works on an electromagnetic and micro-wave oven run apr tablecloth trick. I
next week? Miss Bell talks with some of the JOWC wives as they micro-wave field which
sample the roast and wonder how they can get the micro-wave oven produces waves of intermediate
for their home. length,somewhere between radio
waves frequency and the far
infrared frequency waves. The
waves bombard the food to work
A 1il'SU ow THRU with the moisture content
: Y producing heat to cook within the t

sst(' l ONLY because food.cooking The dish the oven remains food walls and is cool not the, % ,

surrounded by heat as in con-
ventional ovens. r
Cooking and baking Is done in

REG. $3.75 LARGE AGED glass, plastic, and paper con- ,
tainers. Metal bowls, dishes and '
pans are not used since they will M
PORTERHOUSE or reverse the micro-waves and the
wave-source bulb will arch and -

N.Y. SIRLOIN STRIPU.S. destroy itself.
Miss Bell further demonstratedthe
oven by baking a raw potatoin
CHOICE, FULL POUND! only five minutes. A chocolate
cupcake rose to fluffy doneness in
..with Baked Potatoes 4 A ff
30 seconds. She suggested the Tii1'I:
French Fries % :
or K3 time for cake would
a layer be :
Assorted_ Hot Rolls P, jj about six minutes because of the \: .
increased volume.Do ---
eN2g STEAKHOUSE you have a family who just TASTY, TENDER SAMPLES ire sliced by Miss Bell for the JOWC.
_ ; can't wait for supper or a snackto The meat was tender, juicy and delicious. With quicker cooking time,
LOM cook? Place a raw hamburger less of the natural juices are lost and more of the vitamin content I is!
"w pattie or a hot dog in a bun, retained. Tougher cuts of meats, normally requiring long cooking
wrap it in a paper towel or a periods can be marinated, then cooked in the Micro-oven lust as this
BLANDING/ BLVD. at CEDAR RIVER paper napkin and put it into the tender roast was.
S..l Photos

By pat Sweigart


DON JMr FRIDAY, FEB. 27th. 7:30 pm KING HALL, JAX HAS News

International Association of
if want savings to goO? ** Machinists and Aerospace
you your Workers, AFL-CIO, is now f
holding an ORGANIZING I
CAMPAIGN for a limited time to '
the cost of borrowing boi afford non-members and former '
members to join or be re
i instated.
sJ i

the UNION that has EXCLUSIVE
RECOGNITION to represent all
blue collar employees.This union
is working for YOU WAGE
0 INCREASES, Better working
conditions and other benefits.

j oin us During this Campaign, the
usual initiation fee is waivedfor
new members, and the re
instatement fee for former
; y members will be $5.70 for a
limited time!
LODGE 1630!
,'.",. *23,997 members already have!

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9" ,<",>"','fJ('<'li '", ",:"...'',' 1'j; ,,''''.;.,;.'t. <',' ,, ,.J"'"-::tss4 \-" ',. ': ':' Cam Ranh

I I r Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS I ', _d" '' "W' ,. : I' w a; .;

l'lti:; .'I(."'."0'{ : t
Saturday see and hear the Classic: "r.{ > >" '" Books
INNTonight's Brass when they perform at theclub's j <';"'" '-1i'. '' I
entertainment will be ':' "
Valentine's Dance. Enjoy
provided by Messenger of the the best of countrywesternmusic [ A Go SaleNAF
Masses, and tomorrow eveningthe Sunday when Mel Gaden Li I on
club will
on stage with the Lazy
Autoharp.Saturday will feature a appears Girls. CAM RANH BAY, RVN -
Rhythm _
Valentine's Day Dance with the A c All former personnel of the Naval
This week's menu specialties ;
Phases of Fiction and on Sunday Air Facility, Cam Ranh Bay,
include seafood
pizza tonight
the Camelots will be there. The Republic of Vietnam, and
tomorrow sirloin steak Satur- .V
Autoharp will return to the stageon squadrons that have been
day, prime rib roast Sunday,
here invited to
Monday.On fried chicken Tuesday and rib deployed are
Tuesday night you can hear eye steak Wednesday. .'. purchase the 1970 NAF Yearbookat
your favorite countrywesterntunes a reduced fee.
when Mel Gaden and the uso Prepared as a pictorial essayon
Lazy Rhythm Girls appear. Enjoy free refreshments at the r )1 the history, growth and
Wednesday will feature the Fourof USO this evening. Food, fun, and professional tasks of the men who
Clubs. prizes are on the agenda for have served here, the Yearbookis
tomorrow night's Valentine being offered at a 50 percent
ACEY-DUCEY CLUB party. A live band will provide savings from the $7.00 production
Tomorrow evening will feature music for the event, and the Girl AI cost. At $3.50 per copy, all persons -
country-western entertainment of the Month will be crowned. may profit from the saving.
when Mel Gaden and the Lazy 'Madame X' is the free feature The 150-page book features
Rhythm Girls appear on stage. movie scheduled for Sunday sections in both black and white,
On Satruday there will be a night. Tuesday night is Game as well as in color, on civic action -
Valentine's Dance from 8 p.m. to Night. Choose from an assort- the Vietnamese culture, and
12:30: with music provided by the ment of games, including ping- r the immediate Cam Ranh en-

Angelina Trio. pong, bowling, chess and pool. vironment, in an effort to capturethe
Be at the USO Wednesday nightto full expanse of life aboard the
CPO CLUB hear disc jockey Al Albert play Naval Air Facility.
Dance to the music of the Clubs the latest and best records from 8. March 15 is the mailing order
tomorrow evening, and onI to 11 p.m. dealine, and all orders will be
filled shortly after the June 1
**** -******asI **- **** "* a. ** -- --- --- date.
x publication
r It's Your I A To place an order for this
I x yearbook, send a personal checkor
I money order payable to 'NAF
Social Security \: Yearbook' to: Yearbook Officer, -
1 Public: Affairs Office, Naval Air

At the urging of her minister, : Facility, FPO San Francisco
By Lewis S. GMsette Maggie applied -disability 8863$. No mailing charge is

Maggie had a light touch withan benefits. Her employer was then necessary.
egg omelet, and an abiding notified that she claimed she had u
suspicion that the United States been working for him long Navy R.U.fPreside.
Government might deduct too enough to qualify for a monthly
much in taxes from the weekly social security check. The em- i .'
wages she earned as a cook. ployer promptly paid the back
'If you tell the Government how taxes, interest and a. penalty.
Sets Talk
much I am making,' she warned Maggies realizes now how
her employer, 'I'll quit.' Her foolish she was to insist that her A
employer, aware that he shouldbe employer not report her ear- Jax-Officers wives are invited
reporting Maggie's earningsfor nings. She is grateful that he kept them ain't sealegs... to a luncheon that will feature as

social security purposes, was accurate records, grateful guest speaker VAdm. K. S.
I torn between his fondness for her enough to whip up a special In this age of computers a missing 'w' can mean a Masterson, USN, (Ret.) who is
omelets and his obligation to obey omelet when he drops by to find great' deal. especially If you're expecting orders. TNSN the president of the Navy Relief

the law. The law requires that out how she's getting Katherine M. Plew of the station's Housing Referral Society
the make and along.In .
employer a report
Office fell victim to the 'W' last week
pay the social security taxes on the Jacksonville area, the missing when she
the wages of any household social security office at 400 West received orders to report for duty aboard the aircraft

employee who is paid$50 or more Bay Street will issue a social carrier USS Kennedy. r
in cash in a three-month calendar security account number to a Her drop card had her correct
quarter of the year.Maggie's household worker and can also service number on it, except for interest of service.'
employer tried to advise the employer of the steps the Wave designating 'W' at the The 20-year-old Rock Springs, '9a rt r".z
pacify his conscience by keeping necessary to insure proper end. NAS personnel officials Wyo. native wasn't a bit per-
careful records of her earningsand reporting of wages. You may quickly took a step to remedy the plexed by the unexpected orders
the amount of taxes due. It phone or call in person. situation by sending off a in fact when the photographer 3 '
was fortunate that he did. Before speedletter requesting the ordersbe stopped to ask her about (
she reached retirement age, she cancelled and saying 'Do not reporting as the first Wave i iiiii
was stricken with an incurable Savings Bonds believe assignment of Wave aboard-the Kennedy, Miss Plew

illness. personnel to USS Kennedy in bestGUY was sound asleep perhaps r

QEfla DII dreaming about sailing over the
deep blue sea or pulling liberty in
Rio or Cannes. Maybe she was VAc/m. Mosferson
the perfected radial tire. just trying to rest up for a tour of
VAdm. Masterson will provide
arduous sea duty. It was the
second set of information on the society at the
BALLOUCDR. had luncheon which will be held at the
young Wave received to a
command normally billeted by Officers Club Feb. 25 starting at
SPEED 11:45: with the lunch at 12:30
a.m. :
In 1968 she
.' USN, Ret. men. received a set of .
orders to the Seabee station at p.m.T
: :i RADIAL (RD-20)) INSURANCEINVESTMENTS Gulfport, Miss. While the cost of the luncheon, in
; :_ missing 'w' may have twice sent cluding service charge, is2.00
." per person. Reservations may be
her to a man's billet we wonder
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VA Gives Deadline /

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For Benefit ClaimsWASHINGTON


: (AFPS) .. Ten years-To obtain GI Loan.
:237 Servicemen counting the days to (Plus one year for each 90 days
va 4a oSte' military retirement may also active duty. Benefits for all
.. ( want to consider this post. World War II Veterans expire
retirement countdown from the July 25, 1970; Korean War on
The books reviewed in this column each week can be found on the Veterans Administration: January 31, 1975.
shelves of the NAS Jax and Cecil Field libraries 120 days To retain insurance
No limit-To file compensationclaim
BOOK REVIEW: HELL IN A VERY SMALL PLACE by Bernard protection by converting Servicemen's for injury or disease.
FaU REVIEWER: Richard Ehrlich Group Life Insuranceto Filing must be mack within one
an individual policy without
Bernard Fall was perhaps the enly recent writer about Vietnam whe examination. Members must year to receive compensation
was both a scholar retroactive to retirement.
repute and an active field reporter apply to private
who wag not above slogging along with combat units to find out what ticipating insurance any par. Otherwise, it is in effect only

was really going on. All of his books are balanced informative and One year From date company.of VA from date of filing.
perceptive. A Frenchman who was educated in America Fall wrote disability rating notice to obtainGI No limit To file pension
from an independent position and Ms Judgment was unclouded by the Life Insurance because of claim, non-sertee connected.No .
official policies of the government,his native or hit adopted country. service connected disability, limit To obtain VA
Fall was killed by a Viet Cong landmine while on patrol with the U.S. IREAKFAST One year To file (for service hospital care.
Marines the I Corps area in Vietnam three
years age LCdr. George M. Sheldon, CHC, connected dental treatment. No limit To obtain assistancein
HELL IN A VERY SMALL PLACE, which was published after was among the chaplains who Eight years To complete GI finding employment or job
Fall's death, is a blow-by-blow description of the siege of Dien Bien spoke at the prayer breakfast education. (Course must be training programs.No .
Phu from the beginning of Operation Castor on November 21, 1953, sponsored last week !by the started in time to finish in eight limit To convert Term
until the final collapse of the garrison on May 8, 1954. Of the more than commanding officer of HAS years.) Insurance.
17,000 men and officers of the French Expeditionary Force in In- Jacksonville About 50 people Nine yearsTo complete
dochina who had been committed to the defense of Dien Bien Phu, attended the morning affair, Vocational Rehabilitation. (Nine dcJEANNCTTE. .
more than 1,300 were killed, 7,000 wounded and over 10,000 taken held in conjunction with the years from discharge except \..eu.. --
prisoner, including many of the wounded, before the siege had run its Presidential prayer breakfast certain cases of serious disabilityor yJP 'NCJME: [ TAX
course. This stunning defeat proved to be the final blow to the French heM" same Hew in me nation's delay in extablishing -
Empire in Southeast Asia, for after the losses became known, the c..... eligibility.)
French people refused to further support any military ventures by an
army of such proven ineptitude.The .

strategic defeat the French Expeditionary Forces suffered at College DependentsNeed CRISP

... Dien Bien Phu was the result of their underestimating the capacity of ).skk..pI.g. Swyk.
the Communist Viet Minh forces to move large numbers of heavy
artillery pieces and shells across the rugged jungle mountain slopes of ID'sWASHINGTON -
Northwest Vietnam. The French air command was convinced of their Military F NSTANT SftVKE

capability to interdict any possible routes the Viet Minh might we to OR BY APPOINTMENT
move heavy equipment and supplies toward Dien Bien Phu. This (AFPS) arises. And while colleges have
contempt for their enemy's resourcefulness and fighting ability was There are few doors open to infirmaries, few of them have PHONE 771-1865
intrinsic in the conception of Operation Castor, whose objective was to military dependents without an free surglcalCacilities. 771-5953
occupy the Dien Bien Phu Valley,dig in,and draw the Viet Minh into a ID card. It means no medicalcare
meatgrinder of French firepower. no commissary and no Since admission to many 3823 Blanding Blvd.
hospitals is contingent on in-
The arrogance of the French was promptly challenged by the exchange privileges. ACROSS FROM
surance or medicare an ID cardis
Communists. No sooner had the French parachute assault on Dien Although most servicemen a necessity. CILIIAK: : HILLS THEATRE
Bien Phu been completed than the Viet Minh dug into positions on the provide ID cards for their wives
forward slopes of the mountain peaks overlooking the French a dependent also may be a Children are considered
positions.The college-age child. dependents if they are unmarriedand master charge

French soon found that the meatgrinder worked both ways. On Children in college are par under 21 or unmarried,
the 8th of March the Viet Minh began a heavy artillery barrage of the ticularly vulnerable, since they under 23 and enrolled fulltime in
French positions, followed by determined infantry assaults on two of may be living away from an accredited institution of
the main perimeter strongpoints.Within twelve hours the Viet Minh had parental aid when an emergency higher learning.

captured both strongpoints, with heavy losses on both sides. Sixty
days later they planted the Communist flag atop General de Castries'
The Communists have their weaknesses, and to defeat them these
weaknesses must be exploited. But no enemy can be defeated if we
underestimate his strengths. Most of the strengths of the Vietnamese
Communists are illustrated with deadly precision in HELL IN A How Do You Know If

VERY SMALL PLACE. Fall's book is must reading for anyone sin-
cerely interested in the future of Vietnam and for anyone who may
future find himself face-to-face with Communist forces in Vietnam in the r YOUR Child Has

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Chief Signalman Earns Second

Gallantry Cross from Vietnam 6 i P AA + '

Jax SMC Lowell E. Spitzerwas citation and medal for action with four men on each boat) and r
awarded his second Republicof Feb. 25,1969 when his river boat seek out a reported squad of Viet
Vietnam Gallantry Cross last patrol encountered Viet Cong on Cong in the Chau Doc Sector of
week in the office of NAS Com- the Cai Vung River. Vietnam.
manding Officer Capt. H. 0. The chief was given orders The 'squad', which usually is
Cutler. early the morning of the 25th to considered to be 12 men, turned
Spitzer was awarded the take his patrol boats (two PBRs, out to be 725 men that had his two
boats completely surroundedfrom

both banks of the river. 4)Ls-) .
Spitzer and his men opened fire
with everything they had and
each boat took a couple of rocket HONORED BY RVN. Cdr. William Saunders, former skipper of
hits with three of his men VP-45 ,accepts Vietnamese citation from VAdm. Robert L. Townsend,
wounded and Spitzer himself commander Naval Air Force U. S. Atlantic Fleet, at ceremony in
: being ripped in the leg from Norfolk, Va.Former.
rocket shrapnel.
Knowing that the odds were
definitely not in his favor he VP-45 Skipper
immediately called in helicopter
gunships and artillery on his ,
position which resulted in killing Awarded Vietnam MedalJaxFormer
105 of the enemy and Spitzer and
? cs his men captured seven VC from Jax based VP-45 presented to Cdr. Saunders by
the water. skipper Cdr.William H.SaundersIII VAdm. Robert L. Townsend,
Only the day before Spitzer had has received the Republic of commander Naval Air Force, U.
won his first Gallantry Cross Vietnam Navy Distinguished S. Atlantic Fleet.
when Jte rescued a providencechief Service Order, Second Class The citation reads in part: 'An
from the hands of the Medal at ceremonies in Atlantic officer with command talent,rich
enemy near the Cambodian Fleet Naval Air Force in strategem, and a high spirit of
border.Before returning to the U. headquarters aboard NASNor- service. During the period he
S. and the NAS Jax Hospital folk, Va. was commanding officer of
Spitzer completed eight more The medal and accompanyingcitation Patrol Squadron 45, attached to
river patrol missions which gave awarded ty the South the Seventh Fleet Patrol Forces,
him a total of 140. Vietnamese Government, were from Dec. 1968 to May 1969, Cdr.
Chief Spitzer,who now works in Saunders enthusiastically took

BACK FROM VIET SMC the ComFairJax Legal Depart part in operations against the
Lowell E. Spitzer relaxes during ment still has over 70 small Hail, F.rewell communists.'He .
of metal in his from
work in station's Legal I Office pieces body personally planned and
following medal presentation the incident on the Cai Vung Honors NASors directed the Squadron in the
River. For his action he has been
YORKTOWN ceremony. While in Vietnam he continuous achievement of
too part in 140 river patrol awarded the Purple Heart, Jax Eleven new station of various patrols of the vital supply
APARTMENTS missions before being woundedand Presidential Unit Citation, Navy ficers will be welcomed to NAS routes of the enemy, contributing
returned to the states. Expeditionary Force Ribbonsand Jax and farewells will be extended immensely in blocking the North
has been recommended for to eight'others tomorrow Vietnamese Communists'

J L2&3BEDROOMAPTS. The Reserve Officer Training the Silver Star.679th night at the February Hail and transporting of personnel and
Farewell party at the Officers' weapons into South Vietnam.
Minutes from NAS Corps program has produced 79
and CECIL FIELD II percent of all Army officers entering Club. 'With numerous successes
\ ,on active duty during the r The cocktail party and buffet accomplished, he greatly aided
Call 77 L5736 past 10 years. will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. and the Republic of Vietnam in the
reservations can be made up fight to restore peace to the land.'
until 1 p.m. tomorrow by calling Cdr. Saunders was relieved as
Ext. 3395 or 2583. Cost will be skipper of VP-45 in Aug. 1969 by
$1.75 per person. Cdr.R.A. Mason and is presently \
s New arrivals are: Lt. (jg) R. 0. assigned as Aide and Flag
Abshier, Air Operations; Lt. (jg) Secretary to Commander.Naval
r D. L. Baumgartner, Public Air Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet.
Works; Lt. L. W. Boylan, Legal;
LCdr. D. F. Martin, Air 4526 120th St.
Operations; LCdr. C. R. Spencer, a
Chaplain; Lt. E. F. Bollenberg, YUKONHour
Pinecastle; CWO J. E. Stubbs,
Brig Officer; LCdr. M. L. .n Class
McRoberts, Medical; Lt. M. B. NMMNMmMMHIMMMNMHMMMClemers /
Robinson, Weapons; Lt. (jg) E.
L. Solder, Communications; and I Lavidry

Names Maj.Barracks.J. F. Lavin, CO Marine Washers

Top Airman Departing the station are Lt. J. SC Dryer.((5 min.)
C. Sadler, Communication; Lt.
Bills got Jax-AIC Donald G. Mick, an (jg)0.) D. Jones, Weapons; LCdr. HOURS: 8:30: 8.30:

AC&W Radar Operator, was L. W. Doyle, Air Operations; Lt. One Day ServiceJAX
you Buffaloed? selected as the 679th Radar W. A. Yelinek, Pinecastle; Lt. NAS Nearest Laundry
Squadron's Airman of the Month (jg) C. A. Johannesmyer, Public
See HFC for January. Works; Lt. B. J. Clements, Brig;
Mick, who hails from Sheffield and GS-13 C. D. Able, Safety.
Lake, Ohio, was chosen on the Members of the station an- Harvey Shelley is
Don't be stampeded! Get help now with an HFC merits of his outstanding job niversary fund have been invitedto
Bill Payer Loan. Pay everything at once.Then have performance and his ad- participate in the hail and Nation's Largest Firm
just one payment a month. to HFC smaller vancement in the On the Job farewell party.
than the monthly total you're paying now. For bill Training Program.
paying, or for any other good purpose, borrow Prior to serving at Jax, Mick More than 2,500 international Sales Rearasaatathra
with confidence from HFC. was stationed at Keesler AFB, students from 73 countries
Miss and arrived at his present curerntly enrolled
...... ....................... .11.. assignment in AUG. 1969. He of Miami in the Coral University -
has been a first class airman Gables. Fla.
Borrow up to shoo since Nov. 1969.

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25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355.9683 :.to"
a 3 ROOMS COMPLETE! Harvey Shelley

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3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 10 PC: Bedroom Group' $298 regarding buying, selling or

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398-4541 5 PC. Dinette (table 4 chairs and ext. leaf) trading new or used mobile
: homes, contact him at Mobile
Recond. RANGE or REFRIGERATOR $69.50 Homes Brokers
5887 Roosevelt
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JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the Movies will be shown nightly at HOSPITAL: 'HAIL HERO'
publisher Is instructed otherwise. A check or
the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m.
money order for the full cost of the ad must be There will also be a kiddie TUESDAY, FEB. 17

received WITH the copy for the ad. matinee at 2 and NAS
p.m. Saturday a : 'A NICE GIRL LIKEME'
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge (3 lines) S2.00
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sunday Color romance comedy
Jacksonville, Florida and holidays.The starring Barbara Ferris and
Per additional line ((4 words per line) S0.50EMPLOYMENT Hospital Theater will have Harry Andrews. M-G ((90 mins.O

one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil HOSPITAL: 'THE LAST
Field will have two nightly shows SUMMER'

:i:'..:' .>;...,."..,.' ;:::,:<,:::" .. .. ... '. :...w.. .>,':..' during the week at 5:30: and 8
.... : .:.::"';.,,!\A It"'':::.tv.p.: .,;.:.:.:.'MOBILE.. HOMES":.',:,:.<:,:.":: SCHOOLSard p.m. Matinees will be shown on
--w. .INSTRUCTION 11 weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. The BARNBARGAINS

Jobflnders. 1372 Cassa' 387.5626 TUTORING HAPPY TIMES. Color musical The famous BARN, Florida'soldest
or (Azalea Mobile Home Park) '1/4 Mile
Park Street, starring Julie Andrews and & largest discount house
1022 3547888. Elementary subjects, specializing in
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near
schools and shopping center. Clean, remedial reading. Call after 4 p.m. Richard Greene. G-E (120 mins.) save you more everyday. Just a
7711969. few of the many bargains are sofa
and reasonable rates. Manager on HOSPITAL: 'CHARLY'Color bed suits 2 piece only $69.95, two
premises. Children and pets welcome. drama starring Cliff twin beds complete $59.95, maple
LOOKING FORWARDTo 6301 Roosevelt 3899226. Robertson and Claire Bloom. M bunkbeds complete $58.00, four
Retirement? Allow me to introduce .TRANSPORTATION;:; j :\!:i'
.. E ((105 mins.) piece bedroom suit (dresser,
you to an outstanding : .. mirror, chest, bookcase bed)
business opportunity. Earnings over $59.95,9x12 linolclum$4.95, carpet
$10,000 per yr. possible, for a part-time JUSTISSTRAILER PARK FRIDAY.FEB.13 $13.00, 1.3 off on all lazy-boy
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean
effort even before retire. Not modern .
you trailer and Apts. 3893007. AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast NAS: IMPASSE.Color action recliners, double size box spring or
limited to this area. Contact Mr.
Inner spring mattress $19.00,
and West Coast 353 3691.eiPORSCHEfll drama starring Burt Reynoldsand
Graham 744-4282 for appointment. student desk $23.95, large selectionof
Anne Francis. M-G (100 table lamps $3.95, roll.away
1968 SKYLINE mins.) beds complete $22.95, oak porch
12x60, Unfurn., R&O, Low Dn. Pymt. HOSPITAL: 'THOSE WERE swing $10.95, king size foam set ((2 I
$71.98 Mo. Financed Navy Credit Orig.owner, 29,000 miles, Cream puff. THE HAPPY TIMES' box springs, 1 mattress) $69.95,
S HOUSEWIVES NEEDED Union. Ph. 398-0418. $3995. 2646669. large selection of unfinished
Car & Phone necessary. Choose furniture, metal cabinets and sinksat
working hrs. Good Profit. Fun while SATURDAY FEB. 14 savings galore. BankAmericard
earning new clothes. Ph. 355.3296.MISCCLIANEOUS NAS: 'THOSE DARING or Master Charge welcome.


150 H.P. 1.0, Radio, Outriggers, JAUNTY JALOPIESColor

1.Iiii: !j !. ; .: : :!!!!!:::1( Trailer PV544,,$275.Ski's.2642541.$1850. 60 VOLVO VG comedy((130 starring mins.) Tony Curtis. G- The BARNSHOP

House and Apts. Equity VA & FHA 6S CHEVROLET Now.3 Big Locations
DO YOU WANT TO BE resales. Low down. Call Powell or 4 Dr., AT R&H, Good family car. 744. FEB. 15 Shop The BARN Nearest
A DISC JOCKEY? Mills USN Ret. 2642411. 6387 after 6. See Griffin at 5429 Nor. Youll!I
For Information dial 356-8351. ORANGE PARK REALTY mandy. NAS: 'HAIL HERO' Color # I WEST SIDE
MILITARY FREE NOTARY drama starring Michael Douglasand
Arthur Kennedy. M-G ((100 44S Parkview Dr.
l6 AUSTIN mins.
Drive out West Beaver St. Park.
PUBLIC NOTICE. Yellow with spd. Must sell. Call after HOSPITAL: 'THOSE DARING view Is ony! 1 block east of
WANTED 5. 3898129. MEN IN THEIR JAUNTYJALOPIES' Edgewood & Beaver.
Someone to assume payments on HIDDEN WATERS
SINGER DIALOMATIC SEWING Acres of high,dry wooded home sites. #I, SOUTHSIDE
MACHINE In beautiful walnut con. Permanent vacation, retirement. TRIUMPH SPITFIREG 4525 Beach Blvd.
sole. Must place In area to a reliable Waterfront & water acceis. Sensible production Sports car. Completelyset MONDAY FEBRUARY 16 724-1277
party Balance now only $69.20. prices, low taxes, terms. BlandingBlvd. up for racing Engine just rebuilt, NAS: 'THE LAST SUMMER- # 3 e.
Phone 3531946. Day or night, ask for ., 220-B, Rt. 220, let 209 two miles. new Goodyear racing tires, extra set DOWNTOWN
credit manager. Will deliver, no LaRue's 7253992. new rain tires. Spare block & cam, Color drama starring Barbara 1051 Broad$f.
obligation, 1606 Main St. many spare parts, & trailer. Complete Hershey, Richard Thomas and 955-102
outfit ready to race$1750. Ph. 387.2<<4. Kathy Burns. R-E ((99 mins.)

Unfurn., 4 BR., 2 Bath, Fireplace,
GEORGE'S KENNELS Washer & Dryer Connections. Conv. to
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickup NAS & Cecil. 7339235.

and delivery Est. 1925, Poodle No other used
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 car gives you
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and

Edgewood) 389-0064 ti i.it.iiiWi! : iWi'ii! ; 'TALS"igii!!{ !:;::!;fi:;!;;i so little for your money. .

Sewing MachinesTen So little gasoline.
To Sell So little! oil. Li
2 BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn. Dish.
": Scratched in handling. Makes but. washer, Carpets, Drapes. Elizabeth So little upkeep.
..:.H. tonholes, fancy designs, blind hems, Apts., 771.1405 or 771.3355 And when you buy a used car that
'\\.tr\: monograms. 20 guarantee.. 5 yr. has our 100%guarantee sign you
'.".. free service. Reg. prlce-$169. Now $58
also little to about
'.' cashorS5mo.10dayfreehometrall. get very worry :
Rayfield Sewing Center We'll repair or replace all major
6437 Wilson Blvd. 771.5028 ORANGE PARK mechanical working ports for 30 days
2 B., Apt. furn., 5 mins. to NAS. TV, or 1000,miles. Whichever comes first.
linens, utensils optional. Will rent to
TAD personnel or bachelors. 264-6884. How much more could you ask for?

AUTO AC .Ih,.4..br gudionteil, IMVl: lo,.pol, ,or,.plo'Io.' mg.m. ,trannlnlan,not,....1..1.! ..,ml.a.IWSb.bi.lyil.m uM.l.clrlcal oy.,...,lor 30 do/t or 1000...1..,....',10".'.0....",0This /.
Window units, Central units cleaned, UNFURN., HOUSES opph.l wily CU'I H.OI ka. pourt" It poml,k.CtEO..
checked & charged for summer Each 3 BR.,One with 1 Bath, One with
season. Reasonable. Tyler's Heatingand bath &Vj. Stove furn. One is$1 15 Oneis
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. Record Breaking Rain Turns Highway Into Seaway I

Jax'And the rains came' was unusual during the winter
r WiIP1tX
r- months.
an understatement last week as a
tw IZk record rainfall for the month of Imeson also reported that the
L t February caused a bit of com record total of rain for the entire
t. motion for the Naval Air Station. month of February is 6.93.
Heavy rains began falling Another .42 inches and one more
about 8 p.m. Monday and kept 'wet weather' record will go by

falling, and falling, and falling the boards.
How did all this water affect
and falling until about 8:30: the
vip1r following morning. NAS personnel? A portion of
While not disasterous, the Highway 17 north of the stationwas
result of all the water was covered completely with
alarming to most people who had water and traffic was backed up
to inch their way to work Tuesday coming towards the station until
morning following the deluge. late morning.One car ended up in
And maybe it was most a ditch and driving was slow
l dismaying to the persons who had and hazardous.
4+ r to survey and repair the damage Leathernecks from the Marine
done by the extreme amount of Barracks took a rowboat out to a
: precipitation.A trailer court just off the highwayto
f' total of 4.43 inches of rain was assist in getting one of their co-
workers out of his trailer and in to
recorded here by Fleet Weather
,.... .rte. As H
Facility. The Jacksonville work.It .
Weather Bureau at Imeson turned out to be a full day's
Airport recorded 6.52 inches in work as they brought in another
_ their area. Both totals were boat and ran a ferry run from the
i records for the amount of rain to trailers to the road for station
fall during any 24-hour period in personnel stranded by the deep

February. waters.
Only three times has this The air station's Radar Air
record ever been exceeded in Traffic Control Center is the
t other months. This was in October activity responsible for landing
1956, September 1950 and aircraft safely in all kinds of
Myr. t4M June 1966.Spokesmen at both the weather and they proved their
Imeson bureau and FWF said a worth as no planes had to be
rainfall of this kind is very diverted to other airports. At 3

cars garbage cans and trees
_ TUNE UP were either displaced or floodedby
the heavy downpour.

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rains, the skill of the crew on duty drainage ditches were 'over- r
there and the precision radar taxed' by the excess !
successfully brought in a transport precipitation..
plane. The road and the ditches were
Another air station departmentwas only two of the many problems
given little room for created by the 'liquid sunshine.'
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are responsible for repairing any record breaking waterfall of last
damage done and in this case week. Y
they had their hands full. Fit weather for ducks it may be
The security patrol road at the but it's still nice enough to thinkof r
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be minus several hundred yardsof day of fishing instead of picking
road when the rain finally up a shovel and digging out from
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Dependent. .. i : VP-45 Selects Top Red Darter,

InformationBy Honors Ten Others at Ceremony _

Chief/ Sirrine/
'vr Jax- Cdr. R. A. Mason, VP-45
commanding officer, presented
Nonavailability Statements are members of his
awards to U
needed only by active duty squadron during a recent
dependents residing with their

sponsors when applying for ceremony.AA J. P. Powers was named ij"----! "
in the
civilian hospitalization Red Darter of the Month. This
United States and Puerto Rico. award is presented monthly to
Regulations require these the man selected by a board that
dependents to use Uniformed receives nominations from all
Services hospitals, when divisions in the squadron. Powersis
available, for hospitalization.These Chief/ Sirrine/ / a member of the First
inpaitent care began. Lieutenant's Division.
statements, which are with their
Dependents residing
ADJ3 J. P. Busby an
used only for immediate needs, sponsor include those who residein Air Medal (Bronze Star in lieu of -,
issued to dependents at '
are an area to which the sponsor is first award), while the Navy
Uniformed Services facilities
assigned as a permanent duty Commendation Medal with
when the required inpatient care station or as home port or home Combat 'V' went to ADJ2 J. T.
cannot be provided at nearby yard of a ship, even though the Fristad. A Good Conduct awardwas
Uniformed Services Medical. sponsor may be temporarily presented to ADJ3 M. W.
facility. absent by reason of temporaryduty Echelberger and AXC L. L .
with his unit or ship, or Renfro received a letter of
A Nonavailability Statementmay absent on individual temporary commendation.Two .
be issued on a retroactive duty orders.LAFRA. members of the Red TOP RED DARTER-Cdr.Mason presents Red Darter of the Month
basis to cover civilian inpatientcare Darter squadron were advancedin award to AA Powers.
already begun or completedwhen rate AWl L.D.Zurn added his
it is determined that the MeetsThe third chevron and ATN2 W. D.
patient could have obtained a Hunt received his second. From Out of the Past

Nonavailability Statement if it regular meeting of Unit RM2 R. B. Kline received his

had been applied for before the 126, Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet aircrewman designation and 25 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK dropped in at the Air Operations
Reserve (LA FRA), will be held redisgnations for aircrewmenwere Fourteen officers and enlistedmen Department apparently seeking
this evening at the Fleet Reserve presented to AWC S. E.
CLIPPER/ 'SILVERLINE/ were decorated for out- repair work for a broken wing.
Hall, 7673 Blanding Blvd. Perkins, AWC E. A. Smith and standing war accomplishments Operations personnel speculatedas
Meeting time is at 8 p.m. AWl L. W. Call. including the 'Black Cat' raids to whether the multi-colored,
MERCRUISER This is the birthday meeting of on Japanese shipping and guiding strangely constructed creaturewas
StERNDRIVES Unit 126, and they will be en-
assault boats onto the beach a duck or a gull and
MERCURY tertaining Mrs. Joy Unger, during the southern France in- delivered it to the station security
regional president southeast, LA fMpaINE vasion.
miw..rwr OUTBOARDS department for further investigation -
\..:..::: jfu t FRA. i'cs Cary Grant helped brighten the .
EXPERT ;f The gentlemen of Branch 126 BIIItD lives of hundreds of NAS Waves 10 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
REPAIR t s.; and members of Units 91 and 290 and sailors by touring the Naval The Overhaul and Rework
SHOP {1 have been invited to attend the Hospital. During his visit he Department (now the Naval Air
FACTORY 1 meeting. signed autographs and chatted Rework Facility) installed a 52
TRAINED ; with hospital patients. thousand dollar universal
MECHANICS :;;+I Prior to the meeting, membersof Horace the turtle dismally precision grinder designed to
J S ,}. the LA FRA and the Branch reported that he had run out of increase the department's
264-9835 and their guests will meet at the S steak and fried chicken, and was capacity to perform work on
& S Cafeteria, Cedar Hills back on a 'bean and soup diet. large aircraft parts.
INLET MARINESales Shopping Center, for a Dutch-
treat dinner.. Mrs. Unger will be 'GOIIBYUitv0THINK U 15 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
& ServiceHwy the guest of honor. The Medical Department
17 Orange Park ,All members are urged to opened an out-patient depen- HONDAMOTORS
attend this important function. dents' clinic. Fourteen depen-
dents were treated at the clinic on & CYCLES CO.
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Picks Top 69 LetterWASHINGTON

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Army enlisted man serving in the a George Washington Honor
Republic of Vietnam is the top Medal during ceremonies
active duty winner of the 1969 February 22 at Valley Forge, Pat
Freedoms Foundation Letter In the Reservist category, Air
Awards Program. Force Reserve Lt. Col. Ernest B.
SP4 Peter Westover II, serving Henderson, California City,
with the 101st AG Admin. Calif., won the $1,000 prize. He
will also receive his award at
FoundationAnnounces Valley Forge.
There were an additional 50
awards of $100 each and 50
awards of$50 each for active duty
New personnel,with similar awards in
Topic the Reservist category. Each
winner also receives a George
WASHINGTON (AFPS) .. Washington Honor Medal.
Servicemen and women active Nine of the men on active duty
duty or Reserve will have, a and two of the Reservists who
chance to tell it like they see it in won$100 have been invited to the
this year's Letter Awards Valley Forge ceremony.An .

Freedoms Program Foundation.sponsored by the independent jury selects
the most effective useful and
The subject is.. 'Freedom: inspiring letters. .III
Privilege or Obligation1Letters
must not exceed 500
words, and must include the Jax's GreatestFURNITURE
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social security number, complete
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A WORLD OF LAMPS The Navy Exchange is currently holding a sale on all types of lamps, including Freedoms Foundation, Valley
floor, pin-up,table, pole, chain and swag lamps. Children's lamps are also among the 1,200- Forge, Pa. 19481. The deadline is
item assortment. Due to recent new deliveries,the event, located in the Toyland and Country Store Nov. 1,1970.The .
Building,has been extended to the end of this month. two best letters one froman
active duty member and one
from a member of a Reserve

Cupid Readies His Own ThingCupid George component Washington-earn$1,000 each Honor and

Medals. Both awards will be
that ageless, naked little home for the dinner tables. Valentine's Day got its start is presented during ceremonies at
baby, will be flinging his arrowsof Heart-shaped boxes of candy that during the Middle Ages, Valley Forge.
love Saturday with his eternal will be consumed by girls as they birds began mating on February There are an additional 50 SURPLUS GOODS I II
reckless abandon. carry on animated conversationswith 14. It hardly seems likely that awards of $100 and 50 awards of
School children will swap girlfriends about the boy birds really cared then or now $50, with George WashingtonHonor STOREBob's
Valentine cards, and the most responsible for delivering the when they should start mating. Medals.
popular kids in the classroom will confectionary gift. He, like Nature probably has more to do
drag home bundles of the colorful thousands of others, knocked on with such things than the
goodies to scatter around the the door, shoved the Valentinebox calendar, and besides it's the
house. Bakeries-will prepare into his 'lover's hands and birds own business. There might
heart-shaped cakes, decorate then nervously dashed off to be some obscure relationship Oak, Hill
them with colorful frosting, and recover from such a foolish act of between the bird routine and
sentimental shoppers will forget sentimentality." Cupid's ability to fly, but then Pure Service Center ",
their calorie count and take them While the commercial world Cupid has never been depicted,
reminds us of Cupid each as far as we can tell, wearing
February 14, it still remains feathers. He seems to prefer a Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
unclear how Valentine's Day colorful ribbon over feathers,
became the tradition that it is. except for his wings.
How St. Valentine's name From all ,the action at cash road service pick up & delivery
became attached to the annual registers during the days im
echiiic 01 duty AMtricn I F rtii Curs
to Valentine's
event is still more confusing. St. mediately prior
Valentine- a Roman bishop, Day, it would appear that
didn't write a single love song or Valentine's Day is a hoax, perpetrated 103rd & Jammes Road
poem. In fact he was so religiousthat by greeting card and 771.9156 Jacksonville Florida
he was tossed in a Rome candy manufacturers.If .
jailhouse, where it's alleged he
New. cured a girl of blindness. For this a super-secret organizationwould
Delightful act, whether a miracle or just investigate the situation, it
and legend Bishop Valentine lost his would probably trace the start of
Fun-Oriented head. Romans weren't too hot on St. Valentine's Day to the candy
Apartments religious men praciticing and card people.
medicine. A group of noble Ot't'O"OU
I Romans banded together and But then no one really cares b
2', Miles South beheaded St. Valentine to show how it got started. It's a one timea
of JAX on US 17 appreciation. History never year chance to get that
ORANGE PARK someone special a little token of
recorded whether it happened on "
PH: JM-4243 February 14.Anot.her love. Let Cupid fling his arrowsno e\Ot'e
theory of how one really cares.


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Large Tickets VarietyOf Hospital Dumps Marines 75-59 I

Now ON SaleJax ,. To Take National Hoop LeadJax

-NAS Special Services has --
announced that tickets are now beaten Hospital and FICEUR 60, AIR OPS 56: It coasted to their eighth win of the
available for the following events Marine Barracks met in took a full team effort to pull this season. AI Williams was the big
scheduled to be held at the National League action last one out as previously winless gunner for the winners with 20
Jacksonville Coliseum: Thursday to decide: on a league FICEUR finally put it all and teammate Greg Calvert
Prices for the TV Fights leader and Hospital went on to together behind the scoring of added 18. Roger Mohr notched 15
Thursday are $2.50, $3.50, $4.50 1'J overwhelm the Leathernecks 75- Tony Dimirack, who hit for 16 for the center.

and $5.50.The 59.Tom points, and Doug Felps, who VW-4, 81, VP-4561: After much
Eddie Arnold Show will be Piskin and Willie Durkinled tallied 14. Tom Alford led the Air success early in the season the
appearing February 21. Ticket the onslaught as they hit for 20 Ops five with 17. Red Darters have run into
prices are $2.50, $3.50 and $4.50. .' and 17 points respectively. Roy MEDICAL 66, MAD 49: Byron problems due to the deploymentof
On February 22 the 1950 Rock Harris paced the losers and the Krom supplied the fire- players and this time fell
and Roll Revival will hold a game's scorers hitting for 23. power that took out the MAD victim to the Hurricane Hunters.
concert at prices of three, four ,",,i-", Hospital now stands 8-1 in league quintet as he notched 19 points Roy Dombroski and Ken Hedrickled
and five dollars. play while the Marines are 72. while George Crowley hit for 17 the winners with 18 points

The Jacksonville University vs t.. \ \ for the losers. apiece. Jimmy Stevenson of the

Oklahoma City basketball game Dolphins Drop AIR OPS 85, 679th 44: The Ops Darters burned the nets for 34
will be held February 24. Ticketsare five stormed back after their loss points.

on sale at one and two dollars .' .w ;Y Jax Llnksters to FICEUR and rolled over their --iq/. :
each. yeee Air Force with Jasper Witt hitting '"
The 'internationally famous Jax. The Jax Navy Golf Team 23 points and Tom Alford U.S.
Lipizzan Stallions will hold two '> dropped their first match of the good for 20. George Wilcox put in ", S
6' performances March 1 at 1:30: ..' i 1970 season last Friday as they his usual' solid performance for SOH
and 5:30: p.m. Ticket prices are .- t tangled with a powerful 679th as he hit for 18.
$2.50, $3.50 and $4.50. v Jacksonville University team.
NARTU 76, NATTC 34 The
See the Harlem Globetrottersat tNAtfpep
Playing on the Beauclerc A N
the Coliseum March 10. SEE SEE! Senta Berger Country Club the eight-man Jax American League's second place
and "Even though the view club, trailing VP-5, had an easy ;
Tickets are $2.50, $3.00 $4.50. warns: team never really got hot as they
be excellent don't watch time over the school team as they
Tickets are also being sold for may were clowned 16-8 in team points.
too long because it may be set
Guy Lombardo's performance to self-destruct in 30 seconds." JU's Roger Osterling fired theday's
scheduled for March at the
7 low round notching an even
Civic Auditorium. Prices for the Fairfax TourneySet par 72 over the 18-hole layout. I
event are $2.50, $3.50 and $4.50. Teammate Mike Dobzinski
for FebruaryJax placed second with a 74 while Jax 11ThI

WESTSIDE Athletic Director Frank Navy's Walt Brittle capturedthird
with a 76. Rounding out the L
McCaffrey has announced that
three finishers from each
RENTALS dates have been set for the 1970 top
5829 team were Lou Pogue of JU witha
BLANDING BLVD ComFairJax Basketball Tour ,
77 and Bill Bernier and Dave ,
I nament to be played at the NAS wp. .,
Trout of Jax with 80 and 81 I '
i Jax Gym. .t'
771-8477 Feb. 23-27 have been set for all respectively.Jax :
will host Forida
units and detachments assigned
ComFairJax to take part in the Junior College of Jacksonville in .

...... .. competition with the winner their next match although no ;;N AaTGA1EsI
definite date has been set. .
LOCAL AND, advancing to the CinCLantFlt
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All interested squadrons and

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I, writing no later than Feb. 16.
Additional information can be BUICK RIVIERA $
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NAVYINSURANCE Department at 7723239. golfers to sign up for the aquipp.d' Inc..Iectric air.

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