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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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October 1, 1970


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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i.: Jax .Saving tax dollars'. ,through engineering will be the dominant theme ::1'

', ,behind a tw .week.tralnlng seminar that begins at the''Naval Air Rework Facility ),

yy'',, here Monday.. t e F. ,!! I \)
, ,Forty,, government' employeesfrom 4i' C
\' across': the country' will Naval, Air Systems Command. the classroom during their; 80 ',,
\\Ii,.: learn"the principles of, applying Instructors .will. ',come from the hoursof training.
'(; Value Engineering ''(VE) to cost Army's Management Value engineering is

:: reduction. Engineering,Training, Agency at recognized by the Department of w ,; !
\,' VE. disregards.longstanding. i ,Rock'Island, Ill Defense as an effective cost -- i iI
;- procedures of selecting materials Value engineering' specialists'here reduction technique. Backed by -
k' and'methods ,and, takes a, fresh could will translate VE" to the knowledge ,that, the students I 11:
v'\:::, approach;: to work routines,,, The mean'I'victory'' over' cost/ ,since learn while here, they'will have
,,4h.f( constant goal, is to get the"''Job "the facility saved'over:,$2-million the potential to save the government \..
' .done;cheaper, without, forsaking, ,during I the last '.fiscal' year many thousands of dollars CUTTING COSTS.M, J'McKelvle; ,value engineer the Naval Air I (
If quality workmanship. ,through value engineering when they return to their Rework Facility/ checks over landing gear that will be studied during" l,.
: ,.' The seminar is being'sponsored Seminar attendees'learn to respective military installations value engineering seminar that begins at NARF ,Monday, ,:
by'the Navy's Office of Civilian identify unnecessary and ex. following the seminar.
(,, Manpower, Management the, cessive costs, and how to:apply Capt. D.H. Heile, commanding
:t'{ the techniques of value officer of the Naval Air Rework NATTC Gives All
Wives ,Dedicate. engineering in ,order to slash' Facility,will welcome students to '
''I', those costs.Seminar the seminar as it begins Monday n

! Memorial. ..,Plaque' projects will give the morning. ,
; students' chance::to;apply, the It ,will end Oct.. 16, with the .
"J1'r 'Ja' >t tIn,a brief 'ceremony at concepts of VE that they, learn In presentation. of,certificates Injupport of CFC }
!II" the'flagpole 1 In'front"of'Bldg-;,, 1 ....,". : n4-' ", ,
(, ,'\"' Sunday at 1 p.m.' the Navy Wives. i
:. istrict!; alei t C ontest '
Club,. Jax ,86dedicated, a Jax -. Seventy, volunteers. consisting, of' Navy and
' '\. memorial'plaque to the men and Marine ,Corps enlisted personnel, officers and Civil
I, women who have fought for their
> country in, previous wars, Scheduled' ,Charleston Service"' workers, answered Capt. John E, Kennedy's k
\{:" Capt J, R. :Klncaid, NAS call to give a helping hand to the United Fund's Crusadeof

" commanding officer, .and Club Jax -, The 1970. Sixth Naval through 23 at NS .Charleston, Mercy Campaign.. < <
r, President Barbara ,Howard District Talent Contest featuring The com"manding officer of the F
1 : unveiled the plaque at the foot of, military professional or amateur S.C.All Navy personnel on active Naval Air Technical Training However, manpower is not the
';. .the flagpole, talent will be held October 20 duty for more than 90 days are Center originally asked for 50 only contribution made- NATTC
;j1'It";ft invited to compete in the district volunteers to contact the also provides'.money, Last year
I contest. First,' second ,and third Jacksonville area businessmenand their'' fair share to the United ,
I; place winners will, be selected solicit contributions, Fund was$11,578 and they raised l
, V' ,v I a N ? i i y t Y i P y rc { '' eq and winning acts will compete in However, 70 offered their services $21,741.55. ,This year the,goal is a
\v 7 h1' 'tr pp't ,#' { ;;, g } the All Navy Finals at the Naval to,, this highly. worthwhilecause. '$12,012 and, although there' are
fvM: 'Construction 'Battalion Center, fewer people to contribute
"fenr Sf,', t R t >, Davisville, ,R. ::1. on October 28. In addition to providing ,NATTC is confident it will exceedits
Entries must be submitted, volunteers,NATTC is providing a goal.
through individual commands to ,special United Fund display
;\' w
' : the commanding officer of the which is being shown at various
> Drive Results
: : Naval Station, Charleston no shopping centers I around ,
:,: later than ,October, 5'using an Jacksonville. The,display which
;,;(IH.: ,' ; ii entry form. Additional in. ,is' entitled 'The 'United Fund With the Combined Federal
formation may be'obtained from :Supports ,the USO -, Won't'' You, Campaign at its halfway point,
$ Mrs. DeWolfe at Special Seryicesby ''Support! the United Fund'' has ,the Navy has attained 40.6 percent ti

; calling" Ext.. 3112.], i appeared, or!.will appear, at the' of its objectives. Three area ;
Roosevelt Mall, Regency Square,, activities reporting more than 200
New Store Hours the Gateway Shopping Center per cent of their goal are Company
and the Phillips Highway B, 4th AMTRAC, ,Bn.,
Jax-Effective Tuesday, the Shopping Center., USMCR in' Jacksonville ''with
Commissary Sore will operate The Jaxon Lancers and the' '296.3 per,cent; the NavY.Fuel
hours.i are: ,also Depot with 214.4: per cent and USS
\, yY %W "r under;new, They : Marine Corps Drill,Team
,, '" 'j il'L Tuesday j Wednesday'and made their contribution. The drill Saliman ,with 204.1 per cent. ,
,Friday 8 a.m.Ito, ,6 p.m.Thursday teams, which are made up of Thirteen activities' ,reported
students between 100.and 200 percent'".of
8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Navy and Marine Corps
. ?: ", Saturday-'a.m. to 2 p.m., at ,NATTC,, performed at, the their goal. They, are VA-81 with
I,: The store will remain closed on Coliseum at kickoff ceremoniesfor 171.6 per cent; MATSG with 167.2
','e and per cent; COMLANTWING ,One
Sundays,,Mondays holidays.Dependent the United Fund. "
Staff with 160.6 per cent;

DenJax tal. Program Set' per COMCRUDESFLOT cent; VA-82: with with 142.4 148.1 per,

cent; COMDESRON ,- 16 ''with
i The Dental Clinic is Dental Appointment Desk or call 140.4 per ,cent; SUPSHIPS' Jax
:' A MERITORIOUS COMBAT PROMOTION Is rarely awarded for a scheduling stannous fluoride ';Ext. 3504. with "140.1. per I cent; USS ?
,Staff,Sergeant, according to Marine Barracks officials, and Calvin A.. treatments for dependent Oatawba with 125.7 per cent;
Johnson III,presently assigned to the Naval Hospital hereitone of few Each child will receive oral ,
y A children, age 6 to 23, whose an Cecil Field, 123.4 per' cent;
k. ; to receive this type. of promotion. He receives his promotion certificatefrom sponsors'birth month is October' l hygeine lecture and demon. COMDESDIV-162;'122.1 percent;
Ma|.'J.F. Lavln, Marine Barracks commanding officer. Johnson'S as part of its continuing' stration, an oral examination, a COMFAIRWING :11 with 113.1
: served In Vietnam with the First Marine Dlvison for three months preventive dentistry program. stannuous,fluoride treatment to per cent, NAS Jax with 105.8 per
prior to his transfer here in July.A native of Wlersdale, Fla.III' ,he will begetting ,, Appointments may be' made by inhibit tooth decay and dental cent and MARTD Jax 1 with 104
out in December,, the ponsor, or spouse at the health education material. per cent.

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Published'by'the'Holt'Publishing' Company private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to

be considered an official expression of .any military department. The appearance of. advertisements. in this publication does not

constitute an endorsement, ''of any military department of the products or services advertised.

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OCTOBER 1, 1970 r


A Matter of ProgressThe 1 Traffic ,

late journalist H. L Mencken once very aptly observed: All the Violations
Marco Polos of the next generation will be veterans.' While most of his ,

remark has come to pass, what he did not add was a comment on the y .

occasional hindrances that are put in the explorer's path by personstoo p,' Jax-The following a 'report
shortsighted to see the ultimate gain.
motor vehicle accidents and
All innovators, explorers'and investigators have had their troubles r of
violations for the period of
with people who try to impede the wheels of progress particularly in 1 ;ii traffic 14.20.Number .

the field of scientific inquiry. 60 .? September

Christopher Columbus, who's discovery of the New World is ob- of Accidents
served Oct.. 12, presented,his idea sailing west in search of a new

Indian trade route- to King Joan. II of Portugal as early as 1484, a full
eight years before he tinally made the Voyage for'Spain. Had King This week 6

Joao's advisers not, rejected'Columbus' plan, the 'entire course ,of IJ This week a year ago 11
Portuguese history they led the world in marine knowledge at that Total accidents this year 236
time-might have been changed. Total accidents through this

Likewise, the great maritime city of Genoa, as well as Henry VII of period last year 315
England, also declined to back Columbus. Furthermore, Spain, which LI Total number of days since last

had a war with the Moors to'settle first, waited several years before J injury in a motor vehicle accident -

giving Columbus the meager finances for that famed first voyage 109
Similarly, there are some voices heard these days that urge a halt or >ba' Number of days since an injury
a slowing down of scientific investigation in many fields not the leastof FALL FASHION SHOW-Plans for the coming JOWC fashion event, last year at this time 117

which is the exploration of space; They claim that our country has featuring styles by Gladys Thompson modeled by club members, Number of Violations
problems of higher priority -I the Vietnam War, poverty, racial include a luncheon and social I hour at the Officer's Club October 7

disturbances, the restlessness of youth'that must be settled first. beginning at 11:30: a.m. Two of the models, Mardell I MacLeod and This week 37

Scientific progress can be deterred, but, it cannot be stopped. Faye Underwood (I to r) pose with committee members Cookie Speeding 9
This is not to say that every scheme that comes down the road is Kennedy (chairman), Sharon Harold (assistant chairman), Kathy Reckless driving 0
Ranney (decorator) and Lynda Googe (coordinator). Club members,
worthy of financial backing. However, ideas of potential merit should Going through stop sign 2.
receive considerable thought and financial support wherever possible and future members are invited to attend. Price of the luncheon is Other Violations 30

even.if it may mean pulling, the purse strings tighter somewhereelse. $2.00 for members and $2.50 for non-members.' Call now ,for reser.
vations at 254-5342 or 3846388.
Twenty-three drivers appeared
It is of some significance that American military men have always before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
been foremost among the scientific explorers of our nation: Lewis and I September 24. Disposition of

Clark, Pike, Carson, Lindbergh, and Byrd,to name a few. They, too, I j i I h hN the cases included the following:
found some occasional voices raised against their efforts, but they III I JI Seven lost driving and parking
pressed on in the best of military tradition. I ) 'iiI privileges aboard the' station for
For, after all, if we delay in the march of science, it may be I'' i it ) i! II various periods; four were
generations before another Columbus or'another Neil Amstrong can
assigned to complete an eight-
set foot on still another strange and exciting'New World.'
hour course in remedial driving
But when do will elevate the of all PIRATES COVE ;
they, they thereby progress eleven received suspensions
mankind. And chances are, they,will be military menthe kind of ;
determined to Phil Cay and the Chantels are appearing at the club tonight, and three were givenwarnings; four
men enough
matter what the obstacles.l
perservere_ Cl there will be dancing to the Camelots tomorrow evening. On Saturday were dismissed; ten "were fined

there will be music by the Dark Entry, the Holidays will be on stage (U.S. Commissioner); and ten

Sunday, and Lorenzo's Soul Treatment are featured Monday evening. were referred to commanding

Dark Entry returns Tuesday night, and Wednesday's entertainmentis officers for possible,disciplinary ,
uI{ J provided by the Four of Clubs. action. I

Five drivers were assessed ten I
ACEY DEUCEY CLUB traffic points.

Tonight the Ernie Bivens Show, featuring Beverly Taylor, will be '" 1

The two air station dining halls serve the lime menu, but observe different here direct from the world famous WWVA. The Four of Clubs appear :
meal schedules. Dining Hall No.1 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows) tomorrow night, and Mark Castle will be on stage Saturday evening. I =
breakfast* a.m. to 7<30 a.m.) dinner. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to :
, 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No.3, Bldg. 551', serves breakfast St30 a.m. to 7 a.m./; On Sunday, Archie Lester and Whatever's Fair will be the featured
dinner, 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.; supper Si00: p.m. to 4U5.: 'Both Dining halls ob artists. Sunday's, noon special will be chicken with dressing and all the >
serve the same hours on weekends and holidays early breakfast 6:30: a.m. to '
trimmings $1.25. Wednesday's Happy Hour will be from 4:30: to 6
:30 a.m.; brunch:30: '12:30: p.m.lnd supper 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 p.m. I
cents dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents II I


Friday, October 2 Creamed Pie. Peas and Carrots, Cherry There will be music tomorrow evening by Mark. Castle, and the

BREAKFAST .. Hot Oatmeal, Eggsto Clubs take the stage Saturday and Sunday nights. Sunday's Prime Rib AIR STATION
Order, French Toast, Hot Baked Monday,October Roast Special sells for 195. Saturday Mass: '5 P.M. i
Beans, Deep Fried Fish Portions: Sunday Mass 11:00 A.M.
.. :
Cake Doughnuts. BREAKFAST Hot Grits, Eggs to !
DINNER Oyster Stew, Shrimp Order, Creamed Dried Beef, Home OFFICERS CLUB Daily Mass 11:30: A.M., I
Creole, Chicken A La King, Tossed Fried Potatoes, Cinnamon Rolls. Saturday Confessions oo,
Green Rice, Lyonnalse Wax Beans, DINNER .. Mulligatawny Soup, Tonight is Beefeaters Night, and tomorrow evening there will be a 10:30.: 11:15: a.m. \
Strawberry Short Cake, Whipped Cumbat Spaghetti Sticks with Meat, O'Brien Balls, Pizza Summer Pie, Happy Hour and a Sing -Along Piano starting at 4:30.: Charlie Jay will

Topping.SUPPER Salisbury Steak, Brown Squash Buttered Broccoli, Devils be on hand for dinner and dancing Saturday night, and on Sunday NAVAL HOSPITAL '
Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Baked Corn Food Cake, Chocolate Fudge Icing. there will be a spectacular buffet from 5 to 9 p.m. There will be Sunday'Mass,- 8 A.M. '
and Tomatoes, Ice Cream Cups. SUPPER .. Oven Fried Chicken, cocktails and dinner Tuesday evening, and the JOWC Luncheon and
Cream Chicken Gravy, Mashed Fashion Show is scheduled for '
Wednesday. the
Wednesday 0'
Saturday,October 3 Potatoes, Buttered Brussels Sprouts, "
Coconut Bread Pudding, Apricot Club has planned a Happy Hour and Italian Buffet. Sunday Mass 930A.M.-

EARLY'BREAKFAST. Hot Grits, Sauce. Bldg. 500 '
Eggs to Order, Hot Cakes, Grilled
Ham Slices, Praline Rolls. Tuesday,October HOLDING A SHARE OF YOUR FUTURE "
BRUNCH -. Grilled Hamburgers or PROTESTANT
Cheeseburgers, Shoestring Potatoes, BREAKFAST. Hot Oatmeal, Eggsto
Simmered Kidney Beans, Ice Cream Order, Pineapple Hot Cakes,
Cups. Grilled Luncheon Meat, Cake NAVAL HOSPITAL
SUPPER .. Breaded Veal Cutlet, Dougnuts. Sunday Worship 10 A.M.:
Brown Gravy, ,Whipped Potatoes, DINNER -, Cream of Potato Soup, ,
,Bread, Dressing, Seasoned Green Grilled; Ham Steaks; Raisin Sauce, : *
Beans, Iced White Cake. Glazed Sweet Potatoes, Boiled Pinto OKDS 'NAVALAIRSTATION } !-j
Beans, Green Peas and Onions, Fruit, Sunday *, ,
Sunday,October 4 Gelatin, Whipped Topping. Holy Communion' I 8:30*
SUPPER Beef & Pork Chop Suey,
EARLY BREAKFAST .. Hot Fried Rice, Chinese Fried Cabbage, AFP A.M. Bldg. 750
Farina, Eggs to Order, Minute Steaks, Chow Meln Noodles, Buttered Church School (all ages)
Cake.Home Fried' Potatoes, Apple Coffee Asparagus tips, Iced Hermits. A.M.

BRUNCH Baked Chicken ,and Wednesday,October 7 JuniorChurch' (Nursery
grade 6). iO A.M. ,
Noodles Buttered Lima Beans Hot
Dinner Rolls, Ice Cream Cups. BREAKFAST -I,:Corn Meal Mush, JTAX AIR NE\lVS ,Divine.Worship Service .-'\ i
SUPPER ..' Grilled Beef Steak, Eggs to Order, French Toast, Broiled 10 A.M. Bldg., 750
Mushroom Gravy, Baked Potatoes, Bacon Slices, Raised Doughnut "
DINNER Chicken Rice Soup, Junior Youth Fellowship
Ginger Pot Roast, Natural Gravy,' 1 P.M. Bldg. 722 "
, Southern Style Greens, Lyonnalse The MX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Senior Youth" Fellowship, ,'
Carrots, Banana Cake, Banana distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station :
1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722"" ;<
Cream Butter
Icing. ;
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing "
SUPPER Chile Hot Dogs, French Company a '
Fried Potatoes, Buttered Fresh private firm All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS A
Frozen Mixed, Vegetables, Apple Pie. must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Tuesday
Jacksonville, by 12:00.noon on Monday be/ore publication. News
Thursday,October items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 772-3118 Christian Science Ser
P NTIOIIWEE. 3119. vice 7 P.M.
BREAKFAST. Hot Farina, Eggs to
Order, Griddle Cakes, Baked Sausage
Patties, Sugar I Rolls. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Tuesday
.. DINNER -'. New England Clam
such be
concerning should directed to: ,
Chowder, Shrimp Curry, Steamed Senior Choir Rehearsal. -
Rice, Baked Chicken and Noodles, THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY 7 P.M Bldg. 750 ',', .
qff Buttered Broccoli Spears, Curry
Condiments of Chopped Bacon, Diced 4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville, Fla., 32210
P Egg, Toasted Coconut, Minced Telephone 388-2755 NATTC' .
Cherries' Pepper Rings and Chutney Divine
Sauce, Ice Cream Cups. Worship P.M.' ,,<
SUPPER. Submarine Sandwiches VOL. 28 NO. 28 ''OCTOBER 1, 1970 Bldg. 500EveningWorship.6P.M.. ... ,
Hot Potato Salad, Spanish Stlyed .
4 YiIRM 10I Lima Beans, Cherry Cake Pudding. Bldg. 500

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I I[Jacksonville Area, Civil Service NewsI:'I

f1 Eighteen Civilians Retire At NARF I I

1 Jax-Eighteen civilian employees dispatcher. Also retiring were production
of the Naval Air Rework Engineering Technician dispatchers Turner W. Kinsey,
jf Facility have retired, each (drafting) Earl S, Hearn retired Arcenia J. Berry, Archie C.
receiving a NARF plaque from after 15 years. Hearn is a skilled Crews and James A. Gale, 1
Capt. D.H. Heile, commanding repairman of antique Grand cleaner; Daisy D, Chapel, air .r
officer. father clocks and plans to devote. craft metalsmith helper and Leo
i Lester Stanton, retiring with more time to this rare hobby 'B. Hendirz, airframes mechanic. "
the greatest number of years in ,
civil service, completes 31 years. Lola Romans, a 'tool room t M 11\
He was a planner estimator. attendant, completed 26 years
William T. Merritt, a part time and plans to continue her active .' r
1 minister, retired after 25 years work with the Eastern Star of '
i' and will pursue a full time careeras which she has been a memberfor .
minister for the AME,church. many years. h tia.g"NMV j
He worked as a production
I Retiring after 26 years each {
were production dispatcher JanieB.
Bulletin Posts Kremensky; clerk KatherineH. t\
I Newton; airframes mechanic }
Irene S. Kevorkian; and laborer 1.
; Job Vacancies cleaner Veda E. Webb. Edwin W RECEIVES PROMOTION..Lorralne Cappltllo, a computer
Bush, industrial tractor programmer at'' Data Processing Dept., receives certificate
i Jax-Civilian employees of operator; Martha H. Herzog, promoting her to 05-11 from Data Processing Officer Cdr.', R.L l
NAS NARF COMFAIRJAX upholsterer;' and Malcolm E. tbJ'r'11)J 1' fOt\c.e1 Williams while R.W. Silbernagel, supervisor of NARF Management I<
FAETULANT Det. Jax., Navy Gregory, industrial specialist, YoJ'Re CMltf AMP LG-N HAVE Control Systems/'and Jack Cohoon, assistant design, analysis, and I (
I Commissary Stores, Naval retired after 28 years. SOME FUN.1'." programming division supervisor look on, t
Hospital, Navy' Recruiting ,
I Station, Disease Vector Control ,;
1 Center, Regional Storage "i
; Management Office, Fleet \
Weather 'Facility, FICEUR //11. ..,' ',,
;, Navy, Finance Office, Regional "\;.."I
Office of Civilian Manpower I. .': ','., ((
i Management, and the Defense ; ,.. \1
, Surplus Sales Office should.refer I.(
to the official bulletin boards in \
their various work 'areas for .
'01' .
information concerning new job ,
openings.Applicants are needed for
Purchasing Agent (Typing) GS-
1105-4, MPB 101.70; Fire Fighter INI ti
(General) GS-5, MPB 102-70;
Electronic' Engineer (General)
GS-855-11, MPB 103.70; !.Ap- I, '" "
. prentice (First'Year' ) MPB!104- _,.", '.',I .'\, .( '
I 70; and Supervisory Fire Fighter ,;> 11't h. \,\!;\,,0' o !I'."!1'\., '" v'.
(General) GS-081-6, MPB 10570.

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1971 "SPANISH" (,

( 60' I 12" Coaches) for your convenience. J
'Pinecrest' $3995 .

'Aquarius' $4995'Georgetown' ,
:' 'f1; ,-'
$5995 .;;, '
For your PERSONAL BANKING, our TV drive-in units are now \ "

designated EXPRESS SERVICE TELLERS and will open at 9:00 I; ,

I ''A.M. We are sorry we cannot accommodate our, commercial

j customers at these windows as the units ,are' not mechanically, '. } :,:":' i

I CAROUSEL MOBILE HOMES ,i designed for, heavy or bulky deposits. "
Stu PAlllipt Hwy. 733.4700 '\
; 'I, '.t":,

Our, main lobby will remain open from 9:30: A.M. until 4:00: ,P.M. '>:,,: ..'

,Monday through Thursday to facilitate the handling of commercial ;

:rSitrrstttiti{;!;{ a;:" customers', accounts,.Should you prefer to use our drive in ,' :::; ,; I r ":.' 4
'" '" \ I ,
'MOTORSP.LENT.Y r'" ". service, we have designated the FIRST'window as a commercial or I,

...:..\\"'" ,\1\\1\ business teller ONLY. With your, cooperation, we believe 'these '>, .
:W I r
.::\\t:. changes will expedite your transactions help eliminate traffic ,,' ,
UsedVW'sReasonable '.Y congestion at the 'drive ins. \" ; "//t'1'," I :;., ..:, ''';

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559R' departments open ,. ( : ; ;, ( ; 'd('. ,
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Convertible, Right side i ':I l; .",!,' '.
drive, 38,000 actual miles, :' : ': ;

CHEVROLET R& H. $240 Westside Atlantic Bank

CHEVROLET Stick, R & H. $190 ,
6-cyllnder, Stick, R & H. 4328 Blanding Boulevard PHONE 771- 6161 Member FDIGr ::: : '
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+ \, i Award Ceremony Honors

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Red Darter of the MonthJaxAZ2

Donald H Graham for service with the Azores Anti- E. Tou, AME2 Charles Nelson,'
has been named Patrol Squadron45's submarine WarfareGroup duringthe AW3 Larry A. Lawyer, AW3
'Red Darter of the Month' for period Sept. 16 to Nov.7,1969. Joseph W. Whatley, AWA2 DavidA.
September. Two former members of Higgs, and AW2 Robert L.
Petty Officer Graham receivedthe Helicopter Attack (Light) Sykes.

.... monthly title during Squadron Three received Air
ceremonies in which 15 other Medals for service with the
J awards were presented. Selectionas squadron in Southeast Asia.Theyare
LCdr Mlrcotte Evangelist 'Red Darter of the Month' A03 William E. Locke and
entitles Graham to 48 hours AE3 Kenneth R. Ring. It was
Hospital Personnel special liberty, a reserved their 12th and first awards
parking place and other con- respectively. .
siderations. He is assigned to the Good Conduct Awards were
Receive Navy Medals Administrative Section of the presented to ADRC Cecil C.
Maintenance Department. Humdy (fifth award), AW2
. Other awards presented, Included Charles Carter (Third award), y
Jax-LCdr. Natalie M. Mar- Station Hospital, U.S. Naval two Meritorious Unit AWl Bruce E. Fleming and SD3
cotte, NC, was presented the Activity In DaNang. LCdr. Commendations, two air Medals Pablo P. Molles (first awards).
Navy Commendation Medal with Marcotte was responsible for three Good Conduct Awards andseven Aircrew designations ,
Combat Distinguishing Device at providing the highest quality Aircrew designations. presented to personnel who
a recent ceremony at the Naval nursing care to the most severly Lt. R.O. Wilkinson and AW2 complete a strenuous training
Hospital here. In the same wounded and critically ill Eugene F. Chittick received program, were awarded to ADJ1 I
ceremony, HMl Alejandro E. patients, many of whom had Meritorious Unit Commendations Francis R. Milford, ATN2 Allan AZ2 Graham 0
Evangelista Jr., was presentedthe multiple injuries requiring
Navy Achievement Medal complex nursing care. '
with Combat DistinguishingDevice HMl Evangelista was honoredfor President Urges Support Of
his actions while serving as a
LCdr Marcotte received the laboratory assistant in the
award for her actions while pathology service at the DaNang Conservation Navy RespondsSAN
serving as charge nurse to a 50- Naval Hospital. Evangelista's ;
.bed acute surgery unit at the. professionalism and tireless
devotion to duty greatly assisted
the pathologist and other DIEGO Calif. President Nixon said 'The great question of the 70's/

professional personnel in ren- shall surrender. to our surroundings or shall we make our peace with nature
HONDAMOTORS dering services so greatly and begin to make reparations for thedamageswe have done to our air, our land
needed. and our water
4949 BLANDING BLVD Responding that question
PHONE 771-8244 WANT ADS PAY from the State of the Union address proper consideration to the them off in the collection bins, an
I are employees of the Naval human aspect.Technology act which concurrently'helps the
Undersea Research and must certainly, be drive for Boys Clubs.
Development Center (NUC) used, but people must be ...Buy' drinks' in returnable
Make Your Holiday here. Their increasing concern assembled to define the bottles wherever possible.
over the pollution problem encompassing problems; people must accept ....Save aluminum cold-drink
Reservations the world has the tasks; and they must apply cans and drop them in the special
EARLY! resulted in establishment of the not only technical training ,and containers to be recycled.
Council On Navy' Cleanup & experience, but also time, ...Encourage members of your
,- NoCash Needed'- Environment Research Needs energy, and enthusiasm. family to conserve water.
(CONCERN) described in a CONCERN actively solicits' ...Buy a plastic garbage pail -
1ft special,issue of SEASCOPE, an volunteers to help'in achieving' it's quieter 'and as' durable as
NUC publication.. these goals. They emphasize that metallic ones. r
This council provides facts and if'you can't volunteer your time, ...Donate items you no longer '
1/2 opinions on problems of pollutionand you can still be a part of the need to charity someone else
environmental preservationto environmental preservation may be able to use it.
NUC, the Eleventh Naval effort.'Among the tips offered by ...Make ,a conscious habit of
District, the Navy, and the local Council members are: turning off unneeded lights-help
FARE -- community.It .Don't junk metal coat conserve electric power
has been stated that pollutionand hangers return them to the ...NUC personnel from Alaskato
environmental imbalances cleaners. Hawaii are concerned and
STANDBYANY have been influenced by ...Don't litter applying themselves to solve the
I technology, but that technologywill ...Don't use DDT. problem of pollution
provide the solutions to the ...Form a car pool or take the
DAY OF problems. CONCERN, however, bus to work.
THE WEEK! believes this still fails to give ...Save newspapers drop Navy

Hold Party

2/3 Government Personnel I..tlalLlf. Jax' The Navy Wives Club
Association, Jax 86 held a
: Insurance Company'specialists cocktail party Sept. 19 in honor of
their departing sponsors Capt. I
'FARE In service to the military' and Mrs. B. R. Otto and new '
sponsors Capt. and Mrs. J. R.

officer of leaves Sat
l RESERVED Cdr. USN (Ret.) .. i' MCPQ USN (Ret) urday' for assignment, in Wash.,
11659 Jonathan Rd. 5825 Jaguar Dr. W. D. C.'
WEEKDAYS and SATURDAYS Jacksonville 32225 Jacksonville 32205 One of the club's three sponsorsfor
Tel: 724-6833 Tel: 771-7511 two years, Capt. Otto,
originated the club's motto... 'We
Pbs, Vi STANDBY aid YOUTH FARES! '. are preceding. Lead.. Follow..'
.. .. or stand aside.' Club ,President
''v Y DON! .t FOteiTI ALL CIVILIANS 4 1 Barbara Howard and Capt Otto
exchanged plaques inscribedwith
Dependent' or Otherwise: -- may takt advantage
the motto."
of services and convenience, Jonathan d JewelersJEWELRY
L our. 'Ruth, Berry Day was the
i '1' theme for the Wives Club
Association's Southeast Area
A '' SALES y Council Meeting Sept. 23 at the
AIRLINETICKET Jax 86 clubhouse.
i SAME SWATCH Delegates from wives clubs at
'V OFFICE RDlG Glynco 179, Cecil Field 121,
,Mayport 201 and met
(JAHTO) DAY Albany 263
I ; ; to honor Ruth Berry, wife of
i 3 Locations Serve You RNSIAYIIS REPAIRS SIZING Capt Reginald Berry, (MC, Ret.)

t f NAS JAX BM04 13'Main Gate Ext. 244 or 317-2811 'eWORKDONE' Barbara Howard, acting as
t HOURS 0745 1700 Monday thru Friday : presiding officer of the meeting,
t NAS CECIL Finance Office, Phone ON PREMISES
f : 771-3211, Ext. 8122_ presented Mrs. Berry a 'Retired
t 08001500MAYPORT Navy Wife' plaque., An' active
t,. : Building 24;.Phone 246.7496 17M Highway 17,Orange Park member the area council and a
: ,MOO, '1600 Monday thru Friday ,DAN Ml. LINDA WAT WRIGHT PHONE 2444JW long time supporter of the Navy

,. Wives Club Association, Mrs.
' Berry is an honorary member of
the Jax 86 and Mayport 201 clubs.PAGE .
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I CFC Donations Help Support. CARE, AKF -[

Jax- Two of the International More than 7 million rural poor Koreans. -- U ,
Service Agencies which will live in caves and tarpaper shacks CARE (Cooperative for
benefit from this year's Com lucky to have one meal a day,. American Relief Everywhere, I
bined Federal Campaign are the With little or no medical care, Inc.) provides assistance to /,
American Korean Foundationand thousands die every year from millions of people through its 34 j
CARE. tuberculosis and pneumonia.Yet overseas missions. Three basic
Americans once helped the all the Koreans ask is the services are available. Food is
South Koreans in a war against means to help themselves. given to satisfy immediate needs jj
agression. And the Koreans American dollars through the and to stimulate interest in j
American Korean Foundation, ,,

Help the Koreans help themselves provide encouragement to the A gift to meet every human need ,
Korean people, who build their
I i i'f
fOOD SFIR. I n.r
own homes and communities 1
only $350 buys building materialsfor < <
a house. They carve new
oaEAN productive acres from c
MERICPpPN devastated land,. heal their sick
FOUL ,.. save destitute children from
the, streets ... provide,.scholar. / IN ME G 'gyml4 It.f It.
ships and vocational training for .. \ ?i!.
those..too,poor to carry;on.after is ,1 i
primary grades,and help support community-and-self improvement THANKFUL SOUTH KOREAN YOUNGSTERS in this Munsan
defended freedom almost to the Korea's democratic youth ,Medical aid is given orphanage are infinitely better of than many of the 50,000 liv-
j brink of total destruction. For 18 movement the 4-11 Clubs. by the staff and volunteer ing in unassisted orphanages.( They're even better of than ;
years, through the American- In helping the South Koreans, physicians,of MEDICO,a serviceof 4,500,000 'children of destitute families living in cardboard
Korean Foundation, Americans Americans have the tremendous CARE. MEDICO also train shacks and caves. !Contributions from Americans'make,it pos- 1
have been helping the Koreans satisfaction of knowing they're local medical personnel. Self sible for the' AMERICAN-KOREAN FOUNDATION to care
wage'' peace. ,, proud, valiant, and help projects designed to help for 40 orphanages, to help 6,000,destitute families I build .their
industrious people stand on their, people hlep'themselves.1 own homes, provide 140 scholarships a year for weedy children <
As a result, their economy is own feet, as well as cementing' In the case of school construction to give free vocational training to children without hope jil!
making an amazing comeback. the bonds of peace and friendship for example, CARE of future AKF must expand its program, ;:to reach'
Still, there is a tremendous need. between Americans. and South provides tools and other out to these deprived children. ,1

material. The host government "\<
lends Its financial support, while THE NEW COMPUTERIZED SPEEDER-GRA88ER '
.Employers RequestedTo local populations provide r
available material, land and a /
labor force. In time of disaster "

war, floods, earthquakes, CAREIs (,\
Hire HandicappedWe I on the scene offering Immediate 4,1 1.'I.
help. 'CARE Is able to
tend more than$8.50 worth of aid
for every dollar donated.
the Associate, members of (Members of the American presidents and
the President's committee on committee include all foreign heads of state have
employment of the handicapped, members of thePresident's lauded CARE's work. But the r ;
urge all citizens, and particularlyall most moving tributes come from 7y'i
employers to recognize the cabinet, those who are helped. Writing 'I
potential of handicapped citizens, chairman of the US. Civil from Liberia, one of the many
and to help them find jobs. Service Commission, countries where school luncheon i
We urge that, the doors of administrator'of.' Veterans and other aid help' educate
opportunity be opened to }han Affairs, director of the children, a 5th\ 'grade schoolboy \:I'
dicapped men and women who put it this way: 'Mr. CARE, God
have demonstrated time and Office of Emergency will bless you. And the student
time again that when a han- Preparedness, ad body' 1-r
dicapped worker is properly ministrator of General '
placed in a productive job he is a Services Administrationand
Take Your
credit to himself his Baby
the director of the U.
his nation. I1ilililiLIiI! [

consideration We especially urge of full disabled and fair S. Information Agency). .. I,I I'\

veterans who are returning home A typical underdeveloped to 'a Specialist }
after their with
serving country
nation has 1 doctor,for every)
valor, and we commend thePresident's 30,000 WE MAINTAIN
persons, compared to IT
action in broadening a U.S.. ratio of 1 doctor for' WITH LOVING CARE
Federal job opportunities for
returning veterans.We teams every 658 stationed hospitalsby Medical TOM lUSH VolbwtfM GOVERNORS HIGHWAY SAFETY COMMISSION r

urge that special con MEDICO, a service of Ref/tItJPI gfU4M' {
sideration be given to the hiringof CARE, help treat patients and
handicapped youth of the nation train counterparts. 9850 Atlantic Blvd. 'r
that they may begin to build
careers of increasing value to #
themselves and their employers. [
Finally, we call for a renewed
dedication to the concept of So .lc fS
hiring the handicapped. The 50% on

struggle for fair treatment to,the I'
handicapped is endless and : '
timeless. The most effective way 1
to demonstrate our conviction at Sheratononweehends.
regarding the value of the han- SST
dicapped worker is to give the
handicapped applicant an equal
opportunity to compete for the
vacancies we must fill. THE STANDARD BY

Marine Wives Stay at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn
In t the Continental U.S.* at Yz the regularrate *N.w Belted
Steel Shield
on Friday,Saturday,and Sunday
*Two Bias Plys
Slate MeetingJax 'nights. Of Dynacor
You don't have-t to be in uniform.All you ,*Two Puncturgard
The Marine Wives Club need is your ID. Dynabelts
will begin its 1970-71() season withan Next time you get a weekend pass, Popular Priced
organizational meeting at 8 unwind in style at Sheraton.
p.m. Monday in MATSG Bldg. *Reservations are accepted on a AAASTER CHARGE OR BANKAMERICARD 1
572, according to Mrs. Marie "Standby Basis"only and are subject I
Slocumb, acting president of the to space availability at time of'check-in.
club.Wives Offer does not apply to the St. Regis-
of all active duty and Sheraton In New York City.SheratonJacksonville.
retired Marines are invited to
attend the meeting and take partin AREA ADDRESS PHONE Manager

the club's many social and Arlin&tDII I044Uliversity 725.1811 1m Hornbe".r
charity programs. Westside S32 Cnsat Art. 388-1311 Jim IeederSauthside
Further information is 3381 Philips Hwy. 398-9510 krll NtbksSpialhela
available from Mrs. Slocumb at Hotel I I1tb 8 Mafia St. 354-9051 Troy$pUrIer' ,
264-9487 or from Mrs. Dot Lynn at GULF LIFE CENTER Riverside 205 StocktDI St. 388.0182

771-4001. T.&i

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Tickets and other.inf may be obtained' Sweepstakes open to active and retired members of separately to1: Bristol-Myers/Monarch Sweepstakes, on TWA Starslream Jet and/or/ connecting carrier
the U.S. Armed Forces and resident members of Box 714 Blair Nebraska 68009. Entries must be post. plus $500 cash OR an American Motors' Gremlin
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participating product, In plain block letler"",,on a to delivery in the continental USA,
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1 Jax-Qualifying as an Air. --
\' crewman takes 18 months of _
training with an active squadronboth
f( .. on-the-job and through
training lectures to completethe
f required ground and flight s'e
training syllabus.
.\ iI'z,3c This is perhaps one reason why
:t a becoming an aircrewman is an
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unusual achievement for AW2 s tav 3
i Carter Loftis who'is not an active
d member of a flight crew' in
! training. A staff member of
M -I- Fleet Air Wing 11, he qualified as -'ft
T an aircrewman and JezebelSonar \
operator in the P-3 Orion within 5, awdI
; the normal 18 month period and '
was awarded his aircrewman
>., ., pa a wings by Capt. W.J. Pressler :t'
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PRE FLIGHT CHECK .. Carter Loftis goes through a preflight Loftis works in the "anil
.I' check of his flight station to make sure his equipment is in proper submarine classification and [ ff : '
working order. The equipment check is just part of the number of analysis center where squadrons, _
safety measures each aircrewman must take before each anti. based here (VP-5 VP-45 and VP-
\ submarine warfare mission 16)) are graded on performance on QUALIFIED AIRCREWMAN .. Carter Loftis receives his air-
ASW patrols. He observes and crewman wings from Capt.W.J. Pressler,commander Fleet Air Wing
grades the performance of in. 11. Loftis qualified within the normal 18 month period although he is
{ Barracks Marines Receive Good dividual aircrewman in flight and not an active squadron member.
I ground training exercises as wellas

Conduct Awards Promotions overall squadron per. often during his off-duty time. emergency drills.
3 5 formance.His His qualification flight with
Loftis works at the Jezebel-
l' job gave him an extra VP-45 involved a two hour pre-
:<(i Jax-Several Marines have Charles P. Garbetti, Richard E. opportunity to become an air. Sonor station, one of eight different flight check, a five hour in-flight
(ij I* been promoted and,a few were Heck Thomas R. Hoffman crewman himself and,. as he aircrewman jobs, and as and a post-flight test. all gradedby
/' awarded their first Good Conduct Charlie G. Hovell and Abel R. feels, to improve his skill in he' explains, 'it is important to NATOPS examiner to make
i Medals at the Marine Barracks Vallego. grading other aircrewmen. On know the other man's jobs as wellas he
sure was completely qualifiedto
by Maj.j J,F, Lavin, commanding Those who received, Good his own initiative and with the your own. handle his job. Tests also included
officer Conduct Awards were SSgt cooperation of 'FAW-11 patrol To qualify he had to demonstrate an open and closed written
f'.,. Promoted to their present rank Calvin A. Johnson HI, Sgt. squadrons, he attended lecturesin a thorough knowledge of exam of everything about the P-3
were Sgt James V. Dileonardi, Harold D, McNeal, Sgt. GeorgeR. aircraft recognition, flightsaety the Jezebel Sonor equipment and aircraft and his 'own particular
( Sgt. James B. Ducan, Sgt. Ralph Townsend Sgt. Jimmy R. and survival at sea, aerial his assigned survial equipmentas
V Fields Jr., Sgt. Talmadge Waldrop Sgt. Kenneth R. photography and maintenance well as that of the other air. job.Loftis began aircrewman
t Murphy and Sgt.William W. Witt. Watkins, Cpl. Gaylon R. Boyar He also logged more' than 50 crewmen. This includes safety in November, 1968 whenhe
V Also LCpls. Jerry L. May, and Sgt. Steven P. S novlch. hours of flight training time, and survival at sea, first aid and. training changed his rating from anti

f! FRA Now Accepts Distaff Men nberscommittees submarine rating.( ), primarily Prior warfare to a that maintenance technicianAX he was

., assigned with VP-30 Det. Jax as a
S WAVES, Women Marines and The other changes include dividual receiving retainer pay, protecting the rights radio operator.
J women in the, Coast Guard may opening'membership'' to'male retired pay or military disabilitypay and benefits and gaining new'
k. now, become members of the members of the Coast Guard and from'either of these services. benefits for its members., The recommendations of the Subcommittee -
J' Fleet Reserve for the first time in raising present membership dues The Fleet'Reserve Associationis most recent ,Is' the J Widow's' Under Chairman'Pike
i the history of the association. from eight to ten dollars effective the enlisted man's voice on Equity,' H.R. 6226 which was has made is, the FRA bill
l This was one of three important November 1.Membership, 'Capitol Hill'. It has represented introduced by Congressman
t changes to the FRA constitution requirements for enlisted personnel on every Charles S. Gubser (R. Calif.). In Additional information may be
} that were passed at the Fleet male and female enlisteds still major piece of military personnel addressing the convention obtained from the Drive
Reserve Association's 43rd remain four years of' active legislation since 1922. Its delegates, Congressman Gubser Chairman John J.Scanlon at Ext. '
\i National Convention at the service with an obligation of two registered lobbyists testify ,stated. 'I think 90 per cent of the 2880 or 772-9961.
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i ,! Reprinted from theWhlrlyblrdIIC2 conduct or general discharge.

I ,. The' local hazards of a legal .I i
I I I Lakehurst,N,J. office early .. out should be con-
sidered, though. You might havea
C CECiL The general excitement con bit of, trouble finding work with '
cerning those mysterious and a general discharge nothing
elusive 'early-outs' need not be wrong, I really. it's just not a very
tlL confined to short timers any good reference in your record,
longer. The Judge Advocate and most employers won't be
General's Office is now in a impressed favorably. You may "
position to offer selected naval be able to work up from assistantpin
personnel special early. outs this boy at an old bowling alley if '
year, based generally on past ,you show a lot of drive and ;,
performance and lack of desire to promise, or somebody might let "
..... get ahead. While we cannot you change oil or pump gas .? \
guarantee the, quality of maybe. But think about your
discharge received, why does it future a little. There's one good
? Getting out is way''' out if you want out an
getting out, right? First, let's honorable discharge. Work for it!
look at some of the discharges
available.. Fashion Show Set
Cecil Wives Set .
10 .
.. SHUFFLE .... this discharge is Jax-The Jacksonville Officers
Chicken BBQNavy strictly limited to economy Wives Club (JOWC) will hold a
minded, because by the ,time fashion show Wedneday, October
Wives Club of American you're finished paying off two 7, at the Officers' Club with 17
I Cecil Field Chapter, ,121 will finance companies with interest wives modeling fashions by
sponsor a chicken barbecue Oct rates of percent each, you'll be Gladys Thompson of Avondale.
10 beginning at 9 a.m. in the used to living on a shoestring! In Social hour is from 11:30: to' ;
1 parking lot of the, Westside order to receive this type 12:30: followed by ;a luncheon. :'
Atlantic Bank on Blanding Blvd. discharge it is necessary to Price per"person'is 200., Make j
Tickets for the barbecue are $1 disregard all past due accounts, reservations with Carol Senappe .
each, and each ticket buys half a all letters of indebtedness and 96 at 264-5342 or with Rose-Gary at ;.
chicken, a cup of cole slaw, a cup per cent of your common sense. 384-6388.

of baked beans and a roll. a M 3 hn,n a1 6 a6e i5 q THE ACID DEPARTURE .. a I
Proceeds from the ticket sales for ..
special deal for the turned on
charitable projects and club! CECIL.BALLERINAS Jo Ann Barrlngtr (left) and Becky Zip. generation But caution: if you FRIENDLY, RELAXED&
expenses. perer,ballet Instructor,go through their paces during the first session make use .of this departure, QUIET ATMOSPHERE
Tickets may be purchased of the new ballet classes which started for officers wives at Cecil Field statistics you'll have a better IIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIHHIIIIIIMIIIIHHIimilM
from any member of NWCA 121 last week. The club Is sponsored by the Cecil Field All Officers Wives chance pushing say up grass than IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
or from ADJ1 Ed Hall at VA-87 Club. cutting it. CECIL ,FIELD, N.A.S.
Personnel who purchase CLOSE TO ,SCHOOLS,
tickets but who are unable to CHURCHES AND
attend the barbecue Typing Tests Set for those who think too ,young.
may pick up 'Warrior Named Continued trips to the local SHOPPING AREAS.
their chicken at the Navy Exchange III 11I11I .
parking lot between 1 and Through JanuaryTyping AOl Herman C. Elrod constabulary consider will you cause less the Navyto than Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.

1:30: p.m. has been named VA-87's desirable a good deal right? ., Turn South 2 Blocks
performance tests for 'GOLDEN WARRIOR' of Past Forrest High School.
the fleetwide the month for August. THE 6:13 EXPRESS ... those
\ WMUKfttSCMIR(<< 1 examinations for advancement in Elrod was selected for service record page 'six and I COLONIALOREST
: rate will be given at the the award 'for his 'continued thirteen entries, when they accumulate -
Educationa Services"Office for I outstanding\ performance can,,write a second !
of ,class ticket'outiof the if ,
the next four months.On duty, I Navy;
i meticulous military you want this free ride out, a r APARTMENTS *fj fjWi
I test will be given monthly.The bearing and exemplary ,collection of Captain's mast ,5928 FIRESTONE ROAD :
dates are Oct. 7, Nov. 4, Dec. leadership.' cases just may do it. But it's a 771-MM.
J 2, Jan. 6.Personnel. one-way trip including a bad
\. J
are reminded that
the ESO is the only office
authorized to administer and
survey typing performance tests.
Keystone Heights The tests will be only'ones given I,.' ,'," > ;:
By Appointment prior to the February fleetwide ", :' \ :
exams. ,' h ;".
Clyde W.Simpson&Co. '. .'

REALTOR 356-6849. Those desiring to take the : ; : ;,,'\ .
performance test should contact
ESO for an appointment.

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.. Cecil Sports By DTC J.D. Brewster

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FOOTBALL tramural Golf Standings: VOLLEYBALL
rF American League: VA-174 Blue League Anyone who is stationed at
>" downed VA-82, 38-6 to finish the VA.45'E' 7-1 Cecil Field and is interested in
first round of play undefeated NAMTD 6-1 playing volleyball is requested to
Don Jackson tallied twice on VA-81 1 S-2 sign up at the Station Gym
IIIFt to Ron Worsham and Jack VA-174 No. 2 4-2
anytime Friday. Current plansare
VA-83 ., 3.2
p 1 Lyons; Jackson scored on a pass AMD 1.3 for practice to commence:on
t'i B from Wayne Dean; Roy Mansell Tuesday, Oct. 6.
threw a TD, pass to Burley Mills Gold League There is a lot of new and excellent -
\1 I and Worsham ran a kickoff back talent aboard and it could
f J .-.,," .. 4. Admin 6.1 '
., 1 l .. 70 yards to complete the scoring.The VA-174 No.1 1 6.1 be"another banner year for Cecil
". r ,pM 1 ti 'Hellrazors' entered:the 2nd Operations 6.1 Field if we can get all this talent
half protecting a slim 8-0 lead. VA-87 6.2
SON of VA-45 has received a LAtWing One reenlisted on National League: Marines 18, VA-66 3.2
I letter of commendation as a board for two years,with 27 years Ops 6 In a hard fought game, V A.45 0' 22VA174No.3w STATION GYM
result of his efforts in supervising, prior service John Nelson twice ,tossed TD, .,,, )It 1.5
c the renovation of Hangar 13 in passes to Jim Rosato (35 yards The Gym Deck has recently
preparation for the squadron and 20 yards) and a 19-yard shotto been refinished and is in excellent -
\ move in June. Chief Roberson Is John Mills. condition for the forthcoming -
now serving as the 'Blackbl d's' Marines 16, VA-83 12. The BOWLINGThe basketball and
leading chief. Marines came back from an volleyball, seasons. Personnel
i early six-point deficit on TD Winter Continental League ,utilizing the gym are asked not to
i strikes by John Nelson to Jim will commence slapping, the wear street shoes on the playing
-M- Rosato and John Mills. Mills let Brunswicks down on Oct 7. The surface and to observe the 'No
{ an end zone pass slip through his opening of bowling will be Smoking' signs in the gym.
oleo dipped fingers with 40 preceded by an organizational 'Silent' Bob Greene, mentor of
L'1.ssAMEC seconds remaining on the clock.A meeting commencing at, 4:45: Cecil Field officials, is pleased to
( stunned Bullet Brown announced p.m. Three vacancies in the announce that Ed Lord has joinedhis
( that VA-15 had forfeitedto league still exists. As of this association. Ed decided that
his Dent'Med 'team/ Bullet writing, the league is comprised since he couldn't beat Bob's
RICHARD O, BOYD attributes the 'win' to his newly of teams from VA-15 No. 1, VA- monsters in blue he might as well
reenlisted Sept for 5 years. Chief found devastating offense 1st 174,VA-81, CLAW-1 VA-15 No, 2, join them. Good Luck Ed.
f. BOYD is an instructor in half standings: VA-45, VA-15 No.3, CPO-S, VA-83,
t NAMTRADET 1034. He entered VA-15 No. 4 and VA-15 No. 5.
t r the Navy in 1955 and now resides American' On behalf of all the Marines

1 'oftv..iu ate, wr i WONT MM*,' with his wife Patrica at 5202 VA-174 5.0 who eat, drink and sleep football,
Collins Rd., Jacksonville VA-82 3.2 Maj. W. R. Bowers, commandingofficer
VA-87 ". 3.2 CAPTAINS CUP RACE and head football coach of
VC-4 23VA81 his undefeated team, would like
t VA-45 1.4 1.4 VA-174 regained the lead in to convey a word of, the
Y f I4V their quest for the 1970 Captains loyal fans who have sat through
COMPIET National, Cup with a victory in the Thur many a hot afternoon and, in once
BEAUTY sday Nite Bowling League. instance, a near monsoon in
j t7WOCt ( Marines VA-83 5.1 6.0 Vulting out of the pack and giving their wholehearted sup-
CARE Ops 42VA86 becoming a top contender was port to the 'Big Red Machine.'
r -,.* ,. 2.4 they scored, "
VA-15 2.4 Tuesday's Americn Bowling,
Dent Med
*#'R 1V AMD- GOLFA 1 1-5 1.5 League leading both With leagues VA-45 Golf they teams are a

Phone real threat to the current leaders.
Sports remaining are table tennis
HAIR STYLIST \ 772-9687 wall-to-wall new golfers carpeting lounge, featuring, air- which is scheduled to start on
Oct. 12 and squash on Oct. 19. The '
5316 JAMMES 103rd conditioning, game tables and a Top Ten:
colored TV set was recently
sryiED TO vou' 6326103rd St. added at the club storage
\ Not You To Fit The Style In Grant Shopping Plaza building, adjacent to the pro VA.174
shop. The lounge will be made 105 '
'( APPOINTMENTS available for golf meetings, and VA-81 99V2VA45 T.CKAFT
,I NOT ALWAYS as a headquarters for tour 85
\ PH. 772.0733 NECESSARY naments. VA-87 82V2 MERCRUISER
1 The next issue of the Latwingerwill AMD 81 STERNORIVES'
Operations 79
I' include tournament Marines 73Vj MERCURY
schedules for both the men and Admin 70 OUTBOARDS

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\ JAX AIR NEWS' I Ads''should be mailed not later than Tuesday
NAS > -* m m m m m - -
Jacksonville :
for publication the following Thursday. Ads ,
1 fr' LATWINGER I arriving too late for this deadline will be
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISING published the following week unless the Thursday,October 1 Sunday,October
: publisher is Instructed otherwise. A check or
I money order for the full cost of the ad must be NAS: 'Hail, Hero' starring NAS: The Hawaiians' starring
OFFICE I received WITH the copy for the ad. Michael Douglas and Arthur Charleton Heston and Geraldine
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE) Minimum charge,((3 Mines) $2.00 Kennedy. Color drama. 'GP' G Chaplin. Color drama. 'GP' V.G.

Jacksonville, Florida ;I Per additional line ((4 words, per line) 50 CentsEMPLOYMENT ((100 mins.) ((134 mins.)
I Hospital: 'More Dead Than Hospital! 'Daddy's Gone A
Alive' starring Vincent Price and Hunting'
Clint Walker. Color western. 'GP'G

BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME ((101 mins.) October
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carpet, bit-In kit., well, dbl gar. cent. Friday,October 2 NAS; 'Shalako' starring Sean
SERVICE WIVES H&A. 5942 111th St. Louise T. Bailey, Conneryand BridgitBardot.Color
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS JUSTISSTRAILER PARK Broker 771-3605. NAS: 'The Last Escape' western. 'GP' G. ((113 mlns.)
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387-5626 or 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern starring Stuart Whitman and Hospital: 'The Hawaiians'
1022 Park Street, 354-7688. trailer and Apts. 389-3007, John Collin. Color drama,'G' G.
MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea 1f.{ ltt1 = :. = : ((90 mins.) Tuesday,October 6

AMERICA'S FASTEST GROWING ( Mobile Home Park) I Vi mile Hospital: 'Hail, Hero' NAS: 'Easy Rider' starring
Military employment referral system North of NAS, lots and rentals. Near
October Peter Fonda and Dennis
need ., Saturday, 3 Hopper.
reps. Big earnings. Full or schools and shopping center, Clean, ,
spare time. Men or women. Apply and reasonable rates, Manager on ORANGE PARK Color drama 'R' E. (94 mins.)
Plan Bravo, 160 5th Ave., N.Y.C. premises. Children and pets welcome. 2 BR., ,Apts.Drapes, furn., Carpets, or unfurn., Elizabeth, Dishwasher NAS: 'Daddy's Gone A Hun. Hospital: 'Shalako'Wednesday ..;

6301 Roosevelt3846264.. Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355. ting starring Carol White, and
ASSISTANT Scott Hylands. Color October 7
Prefer chair side assistantwith, ex. suspense ,
perience. Orange' Park, 264-2438 or' FOR RENT MIDDLEBURG WIL-MAR APTS.' drama. 'GP' V.G. ((108 mins.)
264.2409. 10x55, 2BR.,$90 a mo. Includes water 2 BR, LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., Hospital: 'The Last Escape' NAS: 'Me, Natale' starring
7710812. Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off NAS Matinee: 'Law and Order' Patty Duke and James Faren-
'Q'FNM'Mi %hv;},. ; ; ; street. Water, Garbage & Sewage starring Ronald Reagan and tino. Color comedy drama. 'GP'E.
lii: [ j J!!9j!%;: iti tax Furn.) 387-2541$95. Unfurn.Weekends$115.389-0744.Furn. (plus Dorothy Malone. Color western. ((111 mins.)

: ((80 mins.) Hospital: "Easy Rider
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sewer, garbage. 1503 Seminole Rd.
Recorded message by leading announcer Mr. Gross 3984531.
tells you how. Call"any hour. equity or let us rent your home.
3552944. REPORTING IN Call or drop by for VOLKSWAGEN INC. -
map,sales and rental list. Call Powellor 2BR. FURN HOUSEon '
Mills, USN Ret. 2642411.
1/2 acre land. $75. a month. Call SELLING US'EDCARS
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape
players. At dealers cost to liquidate I

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2Vj' acres, beautifully wooded, 297 ft. _. ,
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE on Scott Mill Rd.,near 1.295 Bridge.
Auto AC., Central & Window Units $15,000,owner will consider mortgage. AUTOMOBILE FURNISHEDEast 69 CHEVY ''
Pick-Up $2395
serviced and repaired. Groves Realty, Inc. 3965322.
Tylers Heating &Air Conditioning and West Coast, 353-3691
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388.5161 Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots 1962 VALIANT4Dr. C-IOVa Ton, Long Wheelbase, Heavy :' duty step- ,I

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WASHER AND DRYER permanent home area.-High wooded 389-5234 after p.m. 'j
Fast repair and Installation. We lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake 68 CAMARO ,$1900Super i
specialize In home service.7812790. or Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992. 67 CORVETTE CONV. Sport, V-8, Auto trans., power steering, R&H. ''R 11'1'
781-2404. 4 spd., 350 hp., 4 new tires,.AM-FM "
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LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH small down FHA refinanced. 9974. Amerlcan, ,,Auto trans., Factory Air, R&H. "-
Competely furnished, 3BR., 2B.,
Wilford's Fish Camp-264.9707, redecorated In & out, Normandy HONDA 450 70 KARMANN GHIA' $2395
1969 CB 450, 6,000 miles, $675 Lt.
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Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard CreditROOSEVELT,Cards Honored 4-ipeed, R&H.

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MAIL Radio and heater,

COIN-OP LAUNDRYDry 68 VW Squartback $1795R&H.

cleaning & Alterations 30 cents WW tires,; New paint, Extra Sharp!
wash 5 cents dry. Vt mile north NAS, .,
In Yukon. Open 7 days a week. car wash 4 66 VW Fastback $1295R&H ,' ,
t New Paint almost new engine.

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,(Take off pounds sensibly); Meets 67 CAPRICE Station Wagon
7:30 Hotel Mayflower I
Thursday : p.m.
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Pool Table 3x7 Argus Autronlc I. 67 MICK SportswagonLoadtd : :
35MM ,Camera, .Argus Electromatlc, ,
550 Projector and screen .' Call 282- !

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Portacool,:ex,- cond. $110. Rugs ((2)) $
Gold 9x12 130, Blue 8x11 $25, both In '63 to '69-MANY, TO SELECT, FROMI!
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PHOTO SWITCH. Due to a Correction
printing error In last week's Jax
Air News and Latwinger, the From fh* BOOK HEL1r
front page pictures ac
companying the newspapers'stories
on the Combined Federal
Campaign were switched. The I
photo at left Is of Capt. L. K. .
Simon Jr. Cecil XO, accepting a ---
ire CFC donation from Exchange 'A Quiet Voyage Home' by which seems all the more real by
Store Manager L. K. Ringler. It N Richard Jessup. Little, Brown & the inclusion of photographs and
should have been on Page 1 of the Co., 1970. drawings supposedly made by Si
Latwinger. The photo at right ; 'Time and Again' by Jack Morley when he broke the time
shows Frank Brennan, RAdm. Finney. Simen & Schuster, 1970. barrier and found himself in New
Heyworth, Ruth Ferrari and 'George Washington's Expense York City during the late 1880's.,
Charles Turner discussing the Account' by Gen. George Chosen by a top-secret govern-
CFC drive, and it should have Washington and Marvin Kitman, ment agency, he is transportedback
\' been on Page 1 of the Jax Air .. PEG (Ret) Simen & Schuster, in time to test the theory
News. The publisher regrets the 1970. and act, as an observer. Then
l error. REVIEWED BY: comes the moment when Si
.. Sharon Arnold., NAS Cecil Field realizes that t the agency is not
Library content to have him remain

j Richard Jessup, a merchant simply an observer, more is
Let theWANT seaman before he turned to wanted of him ...
I. writing,brings to his latest novel, 'George Washington's Expense
;I.y 'A Quiet Voyage Home,' a Account' by Marvin Kitman
y ADS knowledge of ships and men. This reveals the real reason why
book has a contemperary setting Washington declined to acceptthe
I' .. that is filled with suspense. It $50& monthly salary offered
''t climaxes in a violent con- him to lead the Army ,and
1I. frontation, reminiscent'' of the suggested an expense account
\ problems that pervade American :instead. Here, item by, authen-
'Youth today. ticated and padded item, is' the
." General's bill for the eight years
Returning from Europe to he led the Army starting with
I ,America, at the end of the sum- the deluxe carriage he bought in
I mer, American 'youths unite to Philadelphia at a price which
take over the ship. Here is the would equal the purchase cost of
; establishment .- the silent a dozen Cadillacs today, right up
E majority-and here are 1600 kids to the stylish spread he providedon
coming home from a summer of the eve of Victory at
j roving in Europe. 'A Quiet Yorktown. Washington's bills and
Voyage Home'is a prophetic and his itemized accounts are
i fi, ( f disturbing tale of, action.. probably the most conclusive
\ 'Time And Again' by' Jack evidence we have that the Cherry
,\ Finney is a fantasy adventure Tree Incident never occured.

t' ,
)( \ Questions And AnswersEDITOR'S

'Zra + NOTE: The '9-9' on your rotation data card or
following questions and answersare by letter submitted via your
I based on queries received by commanding officer (Navy
a r the Bureau of Naval Personnel. Transfer Manual, article 3.35
.QUESTION: When is''t the next applies.) You will receive a reply
examination for advancement to either by letter or data card. .
senior-master chief petty officer? QUESTION: Do ,the armed
I H'I ANSWER: The next scheduled forces offer any sort of
L: examination is February 1971. .automobile insurance to their
\y. .' Also, a revised schedule will go members?
into effect next year. Followingthe ANSWER: No. However, there
i February examinations, the are many commercial companies
tests will be given in November, which do provide auto insurance
iL so there will be two examinationsin primarily for servicemen.
L 1971.
QUESTION: Are Navymen ,
.. I CO ,'.w' -': rM p
with less
/" assigned overseas /
obligated service than the tour .k.'k i.
length established for the area to :< "' ,,,,
which they are being transferred

,eligible, to receive dependentstravel '
to the new duty station? rerr .. ------ -.
r ANSWER:' No. According to I I PHONE see-seed .
;, Department of Defense In- I 11
V struction 1315.7, '...unless they
;I MLAX-FIND WHAT'YOU WANT voluntarily extend their term of (!
service to permit completion of
By Reading and the the overseas tour.! t
Using Want Ads QUESTION: Although I am )241.128t .KINO tT
.1 eligible for Seavey, I desire to I IiI
Do you know of an easier way to shop or sell? When you ma W the, :J w '. remain on sea duty. What shouldI WANTED
Want,Ads your marketplace! all ,you do is place 'your ad: and:wait :- do to indicate my desire to the s
for the phone to ring (and ring. It will), or Sit back and enjoy reading Bureau of Naval Personnel? J USED CAMERAS AND :
t' the Oassified Ads, then phone for an appointment to see the advertised ANSWER: You may request a EQUIPMENT. WE PAY I
V i items.'Want Ads do.,the. work'- and quickly! sea tour extension by indicatingthe :1 'TOP DOLLAR 388-8535
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NATTC : Behind The Scene I j

By YNSN Stella Cawlhiskl\

Letter of Commendation on hand to conduct the ceremony. Ilonormen ::1 1 1j j
PNC Lemons was stationed
Jax-Master Chief Avionics aboard the USS Brumby (DE. AN Louis V. Orlando = e I
Technician Charles R. Sanderswas 1044)) before he reported to graduated as Honorman of Class i iRE
presented with a Letter of NATTC. He enlisted in the Navyon 017 of the Aviation Electrician'sMate -
Commendation for his June 21,1949, and has been in 'A' School'on September 24.
meticulous attention to duty and the service for more than 17 His average was 92.79.
selfless dedication which resultedin years. Chief Lemons is marriedto AN Orlando enlisted in the
realistic improvements in the the former Jeraldine A. Lehman Navy on September 16,1969. He is
training efforts of this command. and they have a daughter, a native of Houston, Tex.
The Commanding Officer, Capt. Shiela. He just recently copped a AOAA David J. Listopad of
John E. Kennedy conducted the trophy in the NATTC IntramuralGolf Class 107A made, Honorman of
ceremony, in his office Monday. Tournament and likes to do the Aviation Oednanceman 'A'
some bowling. The Lemons School for the week 28 ... '1' :/4..'1"4 '
Given the task of developingand September /IJ'Jilt <;,1 t ll }
implementing a revised family, formerly from New through October'5. His averagewas
curriculum for Phase IV of the Orleans, are presently residing in 91.45 -ENLISTS FOR FOUR-PN1 Rose,Wheeler of the Military Per.
Aviation Electrician's Mate Orange Park. "' AOAA Listopad is in the Naval sonnel Department signs up for four more years after taking the oath
School,'Chief Sanders personally ASM1 Muldrew M Dennis Reserve and will graduate from of enlistment from. LCdr Sandra Snodderly, Military Personnel Officer -
reviewed each area of reenlisted for four more;,years in the school in December. 4
development to insure instructor the Coast Guard on September 22.
qualification, the highest quality ASMI Dennis joined the Coast Honor Class Lt. Comdrs. May Take
course content and adequate Guard on Nov. 15, 1960, and was ,; J
testing. He pursued the goal of stationed at the Coast Guard Air The number 104 is lucky this ,
highest quality training'' through Station in Elizabeth City, N.C. week 'Both AE 'A' and AO 'A'
long hours of concentrated work before he reported to NATTC. He' Classes 104 are reigning as Honor Command of Squadrons 1
outside normal working hours. is now an instructor at the Classes for the week September ,,
The result was an exceptionally Aviation Ordnanceman 'A 28 through October 5. A lieutenant commander who is Officers from these four f. ,
smooth transition to the new School. lIe'Is married to the Congratulations go to the a pilot or a naval flight officer squadrons, not yet named, will be 'i ,:
former Rosemary Culbreth and students, the Class Leader AFAN '
curriculum. may now have an opportunity to selected by an FY-71 aviation
they have four children. The I R>A. Ortentzi and Class Advisor achieve the rank of commanding_ command screening board to 1'1
The Letter of Commendationreads Dennis family reside in AE1 V E. Copeland of Class;104 officer, executive officer or convene in November, to report
in part-'Master Chief Jacksonville. of othe Aviation Electrician's department head in four aviation early next year to Adm. Zum ,y
Sanders is an outstanding Mate 'A' School., They won the squadrons based on their out walt.
example of the truly professional RetirementAOC competition with a total of 960 standing performance.This .

military executive. Loyality points. plan, according to the
pride and sincerity are ingrained Wayne S; Siddons transferred Class 104 of the Aviation Ord Chief of Naval Operations, is
elements of his character that to the Fleet Reserve last nanceman'A School has won the to .
designed permit highly
quickly gain the respect of both Friday. 'Executive,Officer,. Cdr. competition for Honor Class witha qualified LCdrs to, attain
officers and men. His leadershipand ''Roy H. Paxson Jr. conducted the total of 468 points. Thismakesthe significant responsibility earlierin c1 lGuanif
performance have been such ceremony on the NATTC third time Class 104 has won their careers.
as to deserve special Quarterdeck in Building 500. this honor. The students, the This applies to LCdrs who have
recognition AOC Siddons received a Class Leader AA J, E. displayed the
NATTC'plaque, a Fleet Reserve McEldowney and the Class qualities'consistently of leadership and (lJlIas;/
Chief Sanders enlisted in the Certificate and a Letter of Ap- Advisor A01 S. R. Price are management 'and have attainedan
Navy on August 21, 1945. He preciation and was piped ashore commended for a job well done experience level consistent
to NATTC for after naval spanning 21 5821 San Juan at Niblick
reported duty on a career with the most stringent command
Nov. 30, 1967, and has been the years of active duty in the Navy. selection criteria said Adm. Phone 384.4406
phase supervisor in Phase IV of Chief Siddons was stationed _'' 8E1'I R Elmo Zumwalt, Chief of Naval :.1, 2'and 3 BEDROOMS
the,Aviation Electrician's,Mate aboard the USS,Hancock' beforehe .
'A'School He will be reporting to reported to NATTC in July, 1\fAH .
Attack Squadron 147 at the Naval 1970. He enlisted in the Navy in L41 You INDIVIDUAL' AIR CON
Air Station in Lemoore, Calif. August 1949. The Siddons have a DITIONING AND HEATING
son and two daughters. A1E.." .DRAPES FURNISHED
Chief Sandersstated he has hada Chief Siddons is on his way to HOUSE WASHING WALL TO WALL CARPETING
very rewarding tour of duty Concord,Calif.,where he plans to MILDEW; REMOVAL LARGE SWIMMING POOLS
here at NATTC He is a native of work with ordnance equipment.. .:Iff", ;.PuTY IID&.IttA'lieM 'JOHN JORDAN (U114 KITO)
Emmitsburg, Md. and is Before going to work, he will take + 771.8473
married to the former Hazel A. time off to relax with his family.


SEETHE' ( then see us for
On September 22, NATTC's
Classification Chief, PNC RobertD. !
low-cost loan
Lemons, a native of Lowell, a auto .'h,
N.C., shipped over for five more
years. LCdr. C.M.,McQuaig, the
military personnel officer, was

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: Fire PreventionIn rt 4T //re Prevention Week-1970


Effect At NASJaxThis 1 President Nixon has proclaimed the week beginning Oct. 4 as"
NN Fire Prevention Week, 1970.
National Fire Prevention Week is traditionally observed in
Sunday marks the the 11th of each month. early October, marking the anniversary of the great Chicago fire
beginning of Fire Prevention that destroyed most of that city during four tragic days, Oct. 8-11,
This practice enables the Fire '
Week, 1970, a program aimed at 1871.
Department to locate and correct However, the danger of fire is not
making the American public a one-week-a-year proposi-
.! of how any discrepancies that could 6 it I tion; it is an all-year threat to our homes, our property and the
more aware they can help ,
develop into fires if left unat lives of our loved ones and ourselves.
\I save lives and property by tended. Reduced fire losses in Here is a checklist that if followed, will help reduce the possibility -
preventing needless fires recent years provide testimony to of fire, both at home and where you work.
The NAS Fire .
Department YesNo
\ the effectiveness of the Fire
/, I' plans to accelerate its regular Is iron removed regularly and frequently? 0 0
*r year around program at this Warden Program. Are flammable liquids stored properly, in
approved containers: and away from sources of '
time, placing emphasis on
I Education flame and heat? Q 0
fact that fire prevention must be Are electric circuits adequate for the demands '
an 'all hands effort in order to placed upon them? 0 D:
succeed. In the words of Station Education and communicationare Fire Have all frayed and worn electric wires and '
Inspector W. H. Harden
; Fire Chief Don Moran, 'An effective the two most vital elements connections been replaced with new material? 0' Q: \
fire prevention program involved in fire prevention. Here Jr. demonstrates the proper way '' Are matches and similar combustibles kept ,
requires full cooperation from again the NAS Fire Departmentis to extinguish a frying pan flare- out of reach of young children Q: Q:]
up during a class on fire Does the heating system receive a pre-season
people on all levels working to keep people in-
prevention. safety inspection? Q: Q:
formed of possible fire dangers in Are curtains and drapes near stoves and radiators
Fire Wardens their homes and work areas CleanUpAlso fireproof, or have they been treated to
Through an indoctrination make them fire-resistant? Q: 0
I One of the most efficient program for newly assigned Are cigarette and cigar butts and pipe ashes
> elements used to reduce station military and civilian personnel, beneficial to the fire disposed of, in a non-flammable container? Q. Q
Are there fire extinguishers in high fire
fires is the Fire Warden the Fire Department helps prevention effort is the current
., ., risk areas, of a type appropriate for the most .
Program Specially trained unit spread the word of safety to all command emphasis on 'clean probable kind of fire 0 D: '. .
fires wardens are assigned to who come aboard. And for those up./ By eliminating useless and Is smoking prohibited in dangerous fire areas? Q n
:' each building or group of who don't work here--the unsightly debris, the air station Are smoking rules enforced and adhered to by
Vi J, buildings on the station. Their housewives and dependents to will become not only 'more attractive all concerned? D D
responsibility is to conduct whom fire protection is but more safe for all Does each piece of power equipment and safety
of their especially valuable--the fire who work and live here. clothing meet minimum safety standards? 0 D:
monthly inspections
in vehicle?
Is there a fire'extinayisher your D D
( areas to\insure all fire-fighting Department will arrange special Is there a fire extinguisher in your boat 0 0
appliances are in, top condition classes and demonstrations on This year the Fire Departmenturges Do you personally inspect a room for turned-on
I'' and no hazards, exist. Their request, keeping in mind the everyone to make fire appliances (coffee pots, hot plates! irons, '
findings are compiled in reports particular fire hazards which prevention a daily habit and stop etc.)' before leaving it unattended? 0 D:
F':: and sent to the fire chief prior to each group confronts most .often. fires before they start. Has "octupus wiring" been eliminated, ? Q, DAre
... fire prevention surveys :conducted frequently <
[ and regularly? D1 0
Do you teach your children fire safety? Q Q
Do ash trays have a wide lip or other device to
IMPORTED IMPORTED prevent a cigarette from falling off? 0 0
): ALFA ROMEO RENAULT Regarding fire prevention do you practice
what you preach? Q Q
PARTS VOLKSWAGEN CAR PARTS Have you personally, through neglect or oversight,

.", III m IELtr been responsible for a fire'during the past year? 0 0

Score one point for each "No" answer except to the last question,
COMPLETE which scores five points for "Yes. Here is how you rate:
BOSCH-STEBRO, 0-3 fire conscious.
points-Obviously very
IMPORTED % 3, LUCAS 4-7 points-Be cautious; things could get worse.
r: ACCESSORIES & SUPPLIEs'II_ AMCO-GIRLING 8-11 points-A dangerous situation exists; get to work right

'I 12 or more points-You have a certain fire hazard. Place off limits -

4satsr, u until corrected.

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golf' and an elementary/ school-with other
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utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road General Agents for
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Jacksonville in 15. Apartments have Indi ??
fir w vidually controlled heating and air condition.
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Hunting Naval Academy Now


Calendar : Taking Applications


TALLAHASSEEFlorida's Each year the President may There may be 40 young men In
hunting calendar for the
1970-71 si appoint to the Naval Academy .attendance at the Naval
season, as set by the Game and \ ,
l 100 young men who are sons of Academy who are sons or
Freshwater Fish Mi r
Commission, is career service personnel. The members of the Armed Forces
as : appointments are limited by law who were killed or died of, or
5 Rail and
September gallinule 1It to sons and adopted (prior to have a service-connected
season opened statewide. their 15th birthday) sons of of disability rated at not less than
September 12 Archery season ficers and enlisted personnel, 100 percentum resulting from
opened, Regular or Reserve, of the Army, wounds or injuries, received or
closes October 2 Archery for season Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, diseases contracted in, or pre-
except special or Coast Guard who either are on existing injury or disease
managed bow hunts and regular active duty (other than for aggravated by active service.:

season hunting. training) and have served con- Sons of enlisted personnel,' as _
October 3 First'phase dove 4 I Ip Iw tinuously on active duty for the well as officer personnel, are
season opens. t past eight years, or are retired or eligible to apply. Sample lettersof
October 31 Deer, bear, turkey, who die while they were retired application may be obtained
squirrel and quail season opens in r. with pay or granted retired or from the Bureau of Naval Per-
Southern Zone.November CAREER CLOSES HMC Billy Tanner Is piped over the side after retainer pay, other than those sonnel. Applications will be
1 First phase dove 20 years of active naval service during a recent ceremony at the Naval Reserves who retire at age 60. accepted until Jan. 31, 1971
season closes.November. Hospital. Chief Tanner plans to spend his retirement years In Georgia
13: Rail and
,. .
gallinule season closes.

November 14 Deer, bear, Committee ..('
turkey, squirrel and quail season Traffic -

,,, opens in Central Zone. Second z i : p
\ a1
dove and Ynb \
phase season snipe 1p
season opens statewide. Conducts' MeetingJax

November 21 Deer, bear, ;i ii
turkey, squirrel and quail season ,
At' the intersection of plates and shields for the signs. \t,:
in Western Zone Woodcock
opens Ranger Street and Enterprise Consideration, also given to
season opens statewide. Avenue, ,traffic from the Navy vehicle lights as well as to traffic
November 26 Duck and Coot
Exchange and Galley One plus lights. The committee would like ,
season opens statewide. ambulance traffic from the, i \
to see back-up lights and buzzerson q s3 '?i i \'
November 19 Second phase
dispensary create serious all Navy vehicles, ,and is
dove season closes. problems every day, and there, looking into, the possibilities at ,"e
December 19 Third phase dove '
have been at least two' /9
already the present time. Another idea,
season opens. accidents here recently On was to have signals on vehicles
January 3 Deer, ,bear and '
the Traffic'
September 16 such as lawn mowers and NARF
turkey season closes in Southern Safety Committee met to, find tractors, so that they can be + N
Zone. solutions to'this and many other distinguished from the motorist'sposition.
January 11 Third pahse'doveseason traffic problems occurring on the .

closes. station. With the opening of the new t
January 17 Deer, bear and ?
turkey season closes in Central The committee is composed of Country Store complex, the j1 rs
committee anticipates a few
Zone. Snipe 'season closes representatives ,of departmentsand
traffic and parking problems. A
statewide. ''tenant commands on' thestation \s;
committee consisting of a
January 20 Duck and Coot and has been in {
NATTC and a Navy Exchange
season closes. strumental in securing im t
was appointed at ,
21 around NAS like the
, January scaup provements the meeting to consult Navy 'll 4
season in addition of traffic and
opens specified areas. signals Exchange Officer, Cdr. M.J. Otto 1 ,1M
January 24 Deer, bear and parking spaces' Also, the rate of concerning the development of FORTY-YEAR RETIREES-Gordon H.' Roedy and Christopher D. I

turkey season closes in Western traffic accidents here has I adequate parking space for the Bugg, two carter civil service employees, gathered here with NAS I
Zone. Woodcock season'closes decreased by 30 to 40 accidents in new facility. Commanding Officer Capt.John R. Kincaid,upon receipt of their forty

statewide. a year's time, thanks to thecommittee's The meeting concluded after year retirement certificates. Reedy began his ,service in 1WI as a \
January 31 Special scaup efforts. the Safety''' Committee had clerk at the Immigration Service,West Palm Beach, Fla. He spent 4Vt

season closes. The committee agreed that touched upon the subjects of years at the Veterans Hospital, Lake City, Fla. as Senior :
February 21 Quail and squirrel with the destruction of buildings meetings for the benefit of Stenographer, and was then employed at U. S. Engineers, Jackson 4
season closes in Southern Zone. 954 and 955 there will be room to defensive driving instructorsz ville. After 2Vt years of military service he returned to civil employment 4
February 28 Quail and squirrel build an addition to Navy Exchange registration of Seabee radios ana here at the Supply Department,retiring July 31. ,
season close in Central Zone. parking, removing mostof helicopter patrol of the station. It Bugg spent 27V years in the Navy, retiring as Chief Bollerman in :
March 6,Spring turkey gobbler at the 'intersection service Included with the Fuel, i
the congestion will meet again next month to 1956. His I civil employment Navy '
season opens south of State Road there. There will be no continue its work in traffic Depot, Jacksonville, and with the,Public Works Department. He also :
50. additional exits built across from control. retired on July 31. I
March 7 Quail, and squirrel l the dispensary, so ambulance Ii i,
season, closes in Western Zone. traffic will move unhindered. .
.March 20 Spring turkey' gobbler \
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50.March. this month's meeting'' about the

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.: Name Rank-Title.-
Last Week: 9 wins 3losses Season: 76.2 percentIf
C Duty Station Phone No.__.
you are a Missouri, Penn superlative.They return a backfield F! ,
State, Oklahoma or Houston fan, which stars FB Jim Braxton ,.:.. 4 '
don't feel too badly about the .' 843 yds in '69, HB Eddie : (Team listed first I is visitor) "
upsets this week-end, becauseyou Williams 589 yds for a' 6.7 \"fti' -rq"
are sure to get some com average, and TB Bob Gresham Ji". "'"'
pany each week. These are who racked up 1,155 yds. QB Mike ALABAMA MISSISSIPPI.-
basically good football teams and Sherwood returns to key the ..
they will provide some proud offense. The defense features LB TUSLA MEMPHIS STATE" _
CrawfordCrawford's .
moments for their followers
Dale Farley, a sure fire anda ,
the season. solid pass defense. Both
UCLA AT TEXASIn lines present problems, as this is 9-1 NOTRE DAME____,_._? MICHIGAN STATE _
two outings the Longhornshave where graduation took its toll If
served notice that they feel new Coach Bobby Bowden can Football Pick MISSOURI OKLAHOMA STATE-.
they are still No. 1 and they're plug these holes, the Mountaineers
sure playing like it. This week will be off and bowling Wins ContestJax N. C. STATE FLORIDA
they put their crushing running again this year. The Hoosiers
game against UCLA, at Austin. have now graduated all'.,o(. the
Against Texas Tech these big famed 'Cinderella Sophomores'who .- Grady Crawford of WASHINGTON STATE _OREGON
backs rushed for 432 yds and the went to the Rice Bowl 3 Fleet Aviation,, ElectronicsTraining '
passing attack picked up another seasons ago. QB Harry Gonso, Unit likes foot. COLUMBIA PRINCETON.
190 yds.This was an of 31 who set 6 career records, leaves
ball. He's never failed to ,
the biggest hole. The defense .
yds. by the UCLA
per pass way.
returns letterman,and of these returned 7 starters, but after enter the Jax Air News SYRACUSE ILLINOIS
only a few are starters. QB giving up 56 points to California and Latwinger You' Pick -
Dennis Dummit is back to lead last week, they are questionable. Um contest. '
the. offense, along with FB Their pass defense is green, but Pros', I I.: .
Mickey Cureton. The Defensive against West' Virginia' this This week, .Crawford 'rode ;< ,
secondary is the only other area shouldn't be a large factor. In home a winner' with a 9-1 slate,
which is experienced with CB's diana's problems will grow as edging out Lt. R. E. Brooks of OAKLAND MIAMI
Doug Huff, Harry Graham, and West Virginia rolls on this VW-4 on the' tie breaker. Both
safety Ron Carver. This is certainly weekend.NOTRE missed the Penn State Colorado SAN FRANCISCO_ATLANTA
a rebounding year for game.Crawford
Coach Tommy Prothro who now
Tie breaker: Predict final 'score between Alabamaand
said he nearly picked Colorado in
has this .team 30. This week Notre Dame's Orange Bowl
UCLA will probably move into express got up a full head of the You Pick-Urn ballot He Mississippi. Indicate winners in other games by a''
the loss column as Texas extendsits steam last' ''week with their admitted he did select Coloradoin check mark. Ballot boxes are located in Galley One and

winning streak.NEBRASKA stunning victory over, arch-rival another contest the Main Exchange at NAS Jax and Cecil Field. Also,

AT MINNESOTA another Purdue. This week foe they meet and Eight three contestants at Cecil Field at NAS finished Jax ballots may turned in at the Jax Air News or Latwinger,
longtime ,
Coach Warmath's offices. Ballots must be turned In
Murray Daugherty's Spartans. Their with 8-2 slates in the contest'ssecond by noon Friday.
return 36 letterman
offense came alive and Michigan
including 15 starters ,This is an
Lt. Brooks' ballot 'nearly
State evened their record at 1.1 '
experienced squad which has against Washington State last captured the contest His winningthe
good size and finished strong with week, and surely regained some contest would have made it
4 straight conference wins last confidence.'They will not have tob&prodded two straight for the Hurricane &
year. A new QB is on the scene to get ready for Notre, Hunters. ,VW-4's YN2 ,Jimmy Take stock in America
this Junior letterman Craig
year, Dame, and you can bet Coach' Summers won the initial week's ,
and his will
Curry; preformance Daugherty will come with competition.
be the difference in improvinglast some surprises just for this --..-- _m .......,___ ______

week year's he hit 14-36 5-4-1,but season.produced Last no he game.Remeber an onside 2 years kick ago on when the ,
touchdowns and had 4 stolen.
kickoff of the ?,The
opening game
Experience should improve these fighting Irish put it all together,
efforts, and experience he will .T.TH .Ti

get from definitely The the and Huskersare Big their 8 last defense whopping week played,633 the total,offense shutout yards,proved football.and the a I I

championship picture
Michigan State, as usual, will be
balance evident last
overall was tough for the Irish, but the QB I I
week, against Army-222 yds express gets on the main line this
rushing, 229 yds passing. The, weekend at East Lansing
defense has allowed an average 7 I

points per game, while providing' ALABAMA AT OLE MISS 1
2 shut-outs. Look for the Gophersto
lose their second game to a Big This will be a nationally
8 team at Minneapolis this week. televised game from .Jackson, I
NORTH CAROLINA AT Mississippi. It will provide Ole I
VANDERBILTThe Miss QB Archie Manning with I II
Tar Heels are for real and valuable exposure for the
they are the team to beat for the Heisman Award. Ole Miss is a
well rounded team, with 38.lettermen -
ACC crown this year Now 3-0
and starters. The of
with 2 conference wins, the experience 14
of the 17 starters who Pensive line is one of the biggest I
returned this' season is evident. with a 232 pound average, I

Their rushing game Is solid and A big concern this week will be I i
QB John Swofford is developingthe the pass defense, only one ; ,4i
passing attack.The Tar Heels defensive back is 'experienced. I II
also have the 1969 player of the Alabama exploded last week It
year in tailback'Don McCauley. against Florida. Coach Bryant t
,If these are North Carolina's says his'Youngs tens'are coming I
attributes, the opposite can be around, after scoring almost 50 I I I'
said for Vanderbilt.. Their QB points per: game''' ,their last 2 '
Watson Brown is capable and a outings,one has to wonder what's CHIEF 'SAM FILSTRUP LOVES OUR
leader, but he is surrounded by going to happen when they : : .
,inexperience and last year, arrive. Alabama alternates QB's ,
watched the;defensive unit give Scott Hunter and Neb Hayden, so HAWAIIAN DISHES..OUR '
up 26 points per gme. Only 5 a passing contest is in store. This FOOD,. TOO!
defensemen return, so that game was decided by 1 point last
average could go up this year. year, and I believe Ole Miss will "
Coach'Bill Pace has one of the decide it this year by 3 points. LOUNGE
toughest jobs in the country,what Now,for some other interesting NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT
with academic standards, games around the country this j
schedule, 'and conference weekend. It looks like Stanfordover i DANCING 04"\\4"%
membership. Things won't get Purdue by 13, Florida to try
any better this Saturday as North to make amends by defeating NC '
Carolina goes 4-0. State at Gainesville, Yale over : Special I
WEST VIRGINIA AT INDIANA Colgate by, 10, Arkansas to pick : 9 "
Independent West Virginia up a SWC win at the expense of, .
takes on Big Ten Indiana ,at TCU, Missouri get back on the Military .Hates ...
Bloomington.,.The'Mountaineers winning trade.against Oklahoma 2311 S. ,Attatk, Aw.,
are off and running in an effort to State Dooley's Dogs will'keep' '
match last season's Peach Bowl rolling,against'Miss.,State and I ,.DAYTONA. BEACHI _

Champions. And how they run is Boston College to drill VMI. -

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':AGEIB'J-'J=: :: r9YN INGER OCTOBER 1, 1970

like that again, I'm calling the narcotics squad. '
A Drug Abuse Tragedy "They'd be the right people to call, all' right," .
: Charlie admitted sheepishly.
The people who visited the apartment looked pro-

Charlie's Last TripDrugs gressively"He was tougher just so hungry for someone to like him,"
his landlady said, "that he got in too deep and
couldn't get out.
He'd been a neat boy but-Charlie's attire became
( frequently lead to "bad trips" or psychological -
dependence, if not physical addiction. In sloppy then filthy.
His landlady called Charlie's family to warn them
such cases, the drug user still has a chance to kick
he headed for trouble, but his mother: wouldn'thear
the habit and return to a normal life. But in a few
instances, drugs play a role in the ultimate tragedy, of it."Charl1e's "
and don't he isn't,
a good by, you say
and a young life is lost forever. This is a factual
she scolded
story of one such life, although fictitious names. told Charlie that his mother was the
are used at the request of the family involved)
cause of all hill problems with people, and by last
Christmas he had turned against her.
4 Charlie Michaels did something to himself.
He brought Christmas presents for everybody in
Just as his mother feared.She'd .
the her and he denounced her in frontof
his family except ,
call apartment near Wayne State Uni- .
everybody else for her possessiveness..
versity almost daily and ask:
"Charlie, you wouldn't do anything to yourself, d "You"wouldn't even let me play with my little red
he berated her.
1 would ?" wagon '
'e And if Charlie were away from the phone, attending In February, Charlie called his half-sister and
4, class, she'd ask relatives: proudly announced:
"You "Guess what! I've got gonorrhea!" He was-at 21
4 don't, suppose Charlie has done something
-proclaiming his achievement of manhood.But
to himself, do you 7" cm8
Mrs. Margaret Michaels used to make the still Charlie brooded. H- wrote poetry about
plaintive plea about her first husband's safety.same And y yAFPS : not being able' to' find a place for himself in the

one day he ran off with another woman, and she got world.
r, herself a divorce. His use of drugs quickened, and his school grades
... slipped. In March, Charlie moved into a cheaper
,. She married a bartender in a northern Michigan
ab town, and when she was 47, Charlie,was born. apartment.The .
wasn't fond, of Charlie's
new landlady hippy
Charlie seemed a normal, well-adjusted boy until
he was six and his father died. friends. .
Then he started putting on weight. "I know,the type. They weren't college students-
And took of Charlie.
And he turned bookish. His mother saw to it that just hangers-on. they advantage
1 They knew he usually had food in his refrigeratorand
he came straight home from school every night anddidn't
.1 could his to
that they always use apartment
fool around with the other kids.

After all, Charlie was all she had left. girls who wore sunglasses at night began to move smoke"I finally pot. had to warn him that this tough crowd
When he graduated from high school where he
Lw in and out of Charlie's apartmentIt "
he'd have to
played tuba in the marching band, Charlie had never was the first time in his life he seemed to have 'had Charlie to leave couldn't or reject his move."friends." Moochers,
dated a girl, and he was grossly overweight. any friends. '
who'd shown
but the
He had been a good student and earned a scholar- One day, while cleaning, his landlady noticed some him perhaps,attention.So they. were only ones

ship! to Wayne State'University. empty gelatin capsules and granules of drugs on the any next day Charlie wrote notes to his friends.
When he came down-state to enroll in 1966, his floor of Charlie's apartment .
One said in part: .
mother: came with him, and they lived together for "Those are just diet pills' he told her. "I can't "Life has given me all that it had to offer. This
awhile. But Charlie soon split and got his own apart- swallow them whole/' .
was my last trip, and I want to unite again with the
ment near the University.For Then she
one night smelled a "perfumey" odor infinite."
I nearly two years ,Charlie studied hard, made coming from Charlie's apartment. She knocked, and Then he sat down in an overstuffed chair, proppedthe
the dean's list, and inched his way toward his goala quite a while' later somebody opened the door, and stock of a shotgun against a door, placed the
i degree in foreign languages. He wanted to be- there was a gang of hippies sitting around a lighted barrel to his temple and pulled the trigger.
\ come a college professor. candle.
'I > That March 17 .
Last fall, the pattern of his l life began to change. "We're just reading poetry," 'Charlie told her. his was mother's birthday. (AFPS) (Reprinted
Young men with beards and and Next she told him "
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LOUNGE GUNNY REUPS FOR FOUR-GySgt. Floyd W. Alford Sport Coupe. V-8, auto.
StU PHILLIPS HWY. 731.WJ Honorable Discharge prior to reenlisting for four years. 5585"r trans., Factory air; po\tar' .
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t: s School instructor has been with MATSG for three years.

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WASHINGTON Some unusual qualifications. steering, R & H, WWT. '
I physicians will be able to enter Other changes will: ( )
INSURANCEROBERT the military in higher grades and half-year credit for
others will be credited with more active'
:time in grade at promotion time, performed before I
under a new system to become physician, the credit, ,'1195
effective Oct. 1. ceed three years;
The speedup: in both entry and ((2)) Credit physicians '
\ promotion is tied to training and grade with an
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'I'I, One change will allow up' to specialty;,and
I three years' credit for a higher ((3)) Allow'.selection .
entry grade or promotion to reach two, years
physicians who posses an' extra promotion zone,
$16 health-related degree not earnedon present one'year,' to : ; 8S: ::, ',795
active. duty; ,or 'who have standing officers.

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