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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 28 NO. 16 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 9, 1970



BMl McGhie Named
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i ii The serviceman of the Md. He is an active member of
month for June is DM1 Robert P. the Fleet Reserve and is a
McGhie, master-at-arms for veteran of World War II and the
NATTC Barracks 583. Korean and Vietnam wars. He
His commanding officer reported for duty here in May
w 4 reo. i sq nominated him for' the monthly 1968:
award, in view of his 'demon McGhie' married and has
strated performance and impressive nine children. He and his family
qualities of leadership! will be given a tour of St.
while assigned as MAA'in Galley Augustine courtesy of the USO
One, and his 'dependability; and he will receive a certificate,
initiative and proficiency which to the station's Candlelight
resulted in reassignment as MAAin Restaurant
Barracks 583.'
His nominating letter read that
'at the time, the condition of this
barracks was substandard yet he
undertook his new assignmentwith
NEW RAMP-A local construction firm is currently working on a$200,000 project to pour 15,000 enthusiasm and dedication.
square'yards of taxi and runway parking ramp near Hangar 114. He quickly reorganized the ad-
ministrative and housekeeping II
functions and in short order
$3.5 Million HAS Construction significant realized. improvements were o a rr

'He has a unique talent for

Includes Plant sailors supervising, a quality and handling that enables young
Package Sewage
him to obtain maximum resultsin
his present assignment. '"
McGhie takes tremendous pridein ;
Jax Over $3.5-million worthof $1,994,000 domestic and industrial begin within two weeks, ac his Job and in his role as a Navy t'' J
construction work has been waste,facility to supplement and cording to a spokesman from the career man.' ; :!-' :. ;.
awarded to four Jacksonville replace existing treatment Resident Officer in Charge of A native of Staten Island, N.Y., '::1t.f\\'J: ""' '
firms by the Navy it was announced facilities at NAS Jacksonville. Construction Office here. McGhie enlisted in the Navy in ., ,: '.' ":"'
July 2. Demetree Builders was the low Lt W. R. Mitchum said the March 1945 and underwent S : fAP-af:
Included in the contracts was a bidder and work is expected to 'treatment facility will take care recruit training at Bainbridge, BMl 1 McGhit
of pollution control for the air
station and treat all industrial
Col. Blanchard Takes
wastes from the Naval Air Effective Aug. 1
I Rework Facility.' The project is

Charge of Local UnitJax to 1971.be completed by December Civilian Retirees Earn I

TheR. B. Gay company was the
Lt Col. Lee Blanchard in the Pacific Theater of successful bidder for a $960,000
assumed command of Marine Air Operations. He participated in fuel accessories overhaul 5.6% Annuity Increase I
Training Support Group recently, the 'Invasion of Guam and Iwo building that will be used by the
relieving Lt Col. R. P. Eckmann, Jima. Naval Air Rework Facility in the
who will be going to the Naval In the period between World repair of aircraft fuel systems. Jax -- The Civil Service quality for the annuity increase.
War College at Newport, R. I. War II and Korean, he served at Work was scheduled to begin Commission has announced thata If the disability retirement is
Lt Col. Blanchard comes to various posts and stations Tuesday and is to be completedby 5.6 percent annuity increasewill disapproved,sick or annual leave
MATSG from MARTD, Olathe, throughout the Marine Corps. July 71. go into effect Aug. 1 for with pay may be substituted
Kan., where he was stationed Ll Col. Blanchard advanced A $120,000 project to overhaultwo employees who have retired retroactively for the leave
since June 26, 1969 after returning from private to master sergeantand hangars being used by the before that date. without pay. If the claim is approved -
from a 13 month combat tour was then selected as a second Naval Air Reserve Training Unit To get the cost of living increase the annuity begins Aug. land
in Vietnam. While in Vietnam he lieutenant in December 1952. He at NAS Jacksonville was in their annuity, em accumulated annual leave is
had served as commanding oftt. attended basic school in Quan- awarded the A.J. Todd company. ployees must be separated or still payable in a lump sum, and
tico, Va. and served as an infan Work has already started on a have their pay ceased by July 1. sick leave will be forfeited.
try platoon leader until assign $200,000 project awarded the J.F. In pending disability Therefore, applicants will
ment to flight training.He Barton firm for pouring 15,000 retirement cases, applicantsmust initially be given the choice
earned his wings of In square yards of concrete aircraft be placed on leave without between forfeiting their sick
gold'
at NAS Jacksonville. later than July 31 toJJJ '
December 1954 and was assigned ramps pay no leave or continuing in pay status
to VMF 251 in Korea and ,then and thereby forfeiting eligibility
for the increase.
MAG-il in Japan. Aug. 1
During the period between the Employees whose disability
Korean Conflict and his present retirement has been approvedand
assignment, Lt Col. Blanchard who will be carried on sick
r served as a flight instructor with leave beyond Aug. 1 also have the
the Advanced Naval Air Training i 4 .;i4F option of waiving their sick leave
Command, followed by a three and attaining eligibility for the
year tour'as operations officer : cost of living increase.Dependent .
with VMF-212 in Hawaii and Dentil
g, : .; various carrier cruises to the Far _
East. ;y F3. xnr ,r 1 Sip Up Uttderwiy
He was then appointed projecttest
Jax-The NAS Dental Depart-
pilot for two years on the
Marine Corps SATS Program, ment has begun Stannous floride
Col. Blanchard
treatment for dependent children
after which he attended Command
ficer of Marine All weather and Staff College at between six and 23 years of age.
Fighter Squadron 235 at DaNang Quantlco Va. Parents or sponsors whose
Air Base birthdates are in July may makean
Just previous'', to reporting to The colonel was then appointment for their child at
Vietnam, Lt Col. Blanchard reassigned to Fleet Marine Force the Dental Department appointment -
served as Marine Corps liaison for a 14 month tour as executive desk Ext. 3504. .
officer to U. S. Atlantic Fleet, officer with VMF 333 at MCAS, Each child will receive an oral
Norfolk, Va. Beaufort, S. C., and was then Wives Club Jax N. 86 at the Not hygiene lecture and demonstration :
Lt. Col. Blanchard entered the assigned to the U. S. Atlantic Tags Sale New Shop located in the rear of oral examination, an .
Marine Corps during World War Fleet, Norfolk. Va. on the Red Cross Bldg. 39. The application of stannous floride to '
II. He first served as a scout and He is married to the former license plates will be on sale prevent tooth decay, and dental
sniper with the Third Recon Claire Marra of Springfield, Jax Florida License platesare between 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. health education material.
Company, Third Marine Division Mass., and has five sons. now being sold by, Navy through August 20. No X-rays will be taken.

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people who save money regularly and consider savings a AIR STATION

budget item like their groceries, car payment, rent and utilities, Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
clothings, entertainment and the telephone bill, follow this simple Sunday Mass-11:00: A.M.
rule: Savings come off the top. Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.

They put aside their savings first and then use the rest of their pay Saturday Confessions-

for living expenses. This way, they don't miss what they don't have in 10:3011:15: a.m.

their hands, and they don't kid themselves by saying that they will
have some money left at the end of the month to put into savings. NAVAL HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass 8 A.M.
Furthermore, when their monthly income ,increases through

promotion, a general pay raise such as the recent one of 8.1 per cent, I NATTC
or a longevity payincreasethey earmark part of that new money for rr Sunday Mass 930A.M.-

savings before they get accustomed to having it. That way they are not SHIPPING OVER RM1 Woodrow Wilson receives the oath of Bldg. 500

faced with that question unanswerable by many of us: Where did enlistment from LCdr. M. D. Burnside, personnel officer, for an additional -
that last pay raise go? four years of naval service. Wilson who is assigned to Project PROTESTANTNAVAL

Transition, plans to receive new orders soon.JMjI'OIi.

HOSPITAL

Sunday Worship-10 A.M.


NAVAL AIR STATION

ERY Sunday:
Holy Communion 8:30

A.M. Bldg. 750

The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different Church School (all ages)
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: A.M.
breakfast, a.m. to 7:30 a.m.t dinner 11 ..m; to 1 p.m. and supper 4 p.m. to
Church
Junior (
Right now you can put your money to work for you in several 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.; Nursery
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30 +.m.1 supper 5:00 p.m. to *:15. Both Dining halls observe grade 6)) 10 A.M.
accounts in banks and other institutions
profitable ways. Savings savings the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast *:30 a.m. to Divine Worship Service-
where deposits are insured by the Government, are paying 1:30 a.m.; brunch 9:30'.m.fo 12:30 p.m.llnd supper p.m.to 5:30 p.m.
A.M.
high interest rates. U.S. Savings Bonds are paying the highest interest Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 10 Bldg. 750
cents dinner and brunch for 45 cents and for Junior Youth
; supper 50 cents. Fellowship
rate in their history. And, for serviceman and women overseas the
1 P.M. Bldg. 722
Uniformed Services Savings Deposit Program pays interest at the Friday,July 10 Senior -Youth
rate of 10 per cent per year, compounded quarterly on deposits up to Dinner Fellowship
722
BreakfastHot Supper 1:30: P.M.Bldg.
$10,000. Grits Pepper Pot Soup Fried Fish Platter
If you save by depositing part of your earnings in the Uniformed Eggs to Order Baked Chicken Macaroni Au Gratin
Services Deposit Program or by buying bonds, you also will be helping Home Fried Creole And Scallops Rice Stewed Tomatoes & Tuesday
OkraButtered Senior Choir Rehearsal
your Government achieve two specific goals of its own. PotatoesGrilled Ham Tossed Green Rice Brussel -
The first of these is the reduction in our country's balance of Slices Buttered Asparagus Sprouts 7 P.M. Bldg. 750
The Sugar Rolls Yellow Cake Baked Cherry Rice Christian Science Service
payments. money you put into savings while stationed overseas Banana Cream -
reduces the number of dollars that country has for buying our reserve Icing Pudding 7 P.M.
stocks of gold.
When you save money by buying U.S. Savings Bonds you are Saturday,July 11 NATTC

helping to ease the pressure that pushes prices up and leads to in- Early BreakfastHot Brunch Supper Divine Worship 12 P.M.
flation. Farina Vegetable Soup Southern Fried Bldg. 500
Eggs to Order Grilled Frankfurters ChickenCream
Thus, in helping the Government in these goals you are also helping Hot GriddleCakes French Fried Gravy Evening Worship-6 P.M.
to protect your own money, both in your savings and in your daily PotatoesBoston Mashed Potatoes Bldg. 500
Baked Beef Mash Baked Creole Summer
spending. (AFPS) Cake Doughnuts Beans Squash
Ice Cream Cups Buttered Lima


A Season For LovingBy Early BreakfastHot Brunch Sunday,July 12 Supper Upside Beans Down Cake TrafficViolations


Oatmeal Chicken Noodle Split Pea Soup
Eggs to Order Soup Grilled Beef
Steaks
Lt.v, P.Gerlock CHC USNRIt
French Toast Baked Ham, Mushroom Gravy
Grilled Sausage Macaroni and Baked Potatoes
is that time of year again! Every time you pass a church or Raisin Patties RollsBreakf.st Mashed Tomatoes Buttered Wax Beans
Chapel it seems there is another wedding going on. What a tremendousand Buttered Potatoes Green Stawberry Club Spinach Short The following is a report of
awesome thing it is for humans to agree to say to one another- 'I Peas Cake motor vehicle accidents and
love you forever.' We shall never fully grasp the depth or power of Ice Cream CupsMondays traffic violations for the period

this God-given ability to love.It July 13 June 23 29.
reaches far beyond us, for our love echoes the mysterious and Dinner SupperGrilled Number of Accidents
tremendous love of the Father for us. What tremendous love the Hot Grits Vegetable Soup Hamburgersand This week9..

Father must have had to create, what an all embracing love he must Peach Eggs to Hot Order Cakes Beef or Pot Shrimp Pie French Cheeseburgers Total accidents this year
have had to make us in his image, what a merciful love he has to Broiled Bacon Steamed Rice Curry Italian Baked Fries through June 29 153.
redeem and save us. What a generous love he has by giving us the SlicesCinnamon Buttered Brussel Beans Number of accidents through
ability to reach out of ourselves in love. Rolls Curry Sprouts Condimentsof Cranberry Crunch June 1969.204.

What a season! It is always the right season, for like the love of the Chopped Beans, Total number of days since last
Father, the human ability to love is timeless. Diced Eggs, Toasted injury in a motor vehicle accident
Coconut, Minced t '.,,: 26.
Cherries, Pepper
Chutney Sauce .' Number of Violations
Spice Cake This week 47

TahsstodcmAm.rica.wpanUSsingiIsnd Speeding 4
Tuesday,July 14 Reckless Driving 0
MIl.... BreakfastHot Dinner Going through stop sign 1

Eggs Oatmeal to Order Oven Creole Roast Soup of SupperBeef Stroganoff Other violating 42 .
Creamed Beef VealN.tural Hashed Brown
on Toast Gravy Potatoes Thirty three drivers appeared
Hashed Brown Mashed Potatoes Buttered Mixed before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
Potatoes Bread Dressing Vegetables Fresh Frozen July 2. Disposition of the cases
JTAX AIR NEWS Bear Claws Buttered Beans Green Harvard Beets included the following: Fifteen

Fruit Gelatin Cherry Pie lost driving and parking
Whipped Topping privileges aboard station for

various periods four were
;
The ;JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Wednesday,July 15 assigned to complete an .eight -

distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station BreakfastHot Dinner hour course remedial driving;
Farina
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Eggs to Order Virginia Knickerbocker Baked Soup Supper Roast Beef au Jus ten received suspensions thirteen
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS French Toast Ham Natural Gravy were given warnings; two were
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS Baked Patties Sausage Stewed Pineapple Raisin Sauce Mashed Buttered Potatoes dismissed; ten were fined (U. S.
Sweet
Lima
Jacksonville, by J2:00.noon on Monday before publication. News Cake Doughnuts Potatoes Beans Commissioner); and one was
items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 77i-31lB or Black Eyed Peas Devils Food Cake referred to his commandingofficer
3119. Seasoned Spinach Mocha Butter
Ice Cream Sundaes Cream Icing for possible disciplinary
action.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Thursday,July u ,. ,
concerning such should be directed to: Dinner ,. ,' "

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY BreakfastHot Oven Tomato Fried Vegetable Soup 3 I'r -, r.,. --... ..

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Grits Chicken Supper r -=-{ ,. :
Bacon
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Deep Fried O'Brian Shoe String Potatoes ,..
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Fish Portions Buttered Simmered Kidney ...--...,; .
Beans II
VOL. 28 NO. 16 JULY 9, 1970 Home Fried Frozen Fresh Buttered Peas 1-----. v"ft -
Potatoes Butterscotch BroccOli! 3 Onions ,.f.':" ,
Sugar Rolls Brownies Creamy Rice Pudding
Fruit TOpping ttftE FISHING 'saw!



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,;, ; PRC Robert M. Haines and Chief Boyd entered the Naval
AQCS Robert E Boyd of VA-174 service in Dec. 1942. It was noted
were transferred to the Fleet that during his 26 year career, he
Reserves during ceremonies on had served with a ZP squadron
July 3. which flew Navy Blimps. Chief
Cdr. J. E. Russ, C. 0. of the Boyd and his family will reside in

squadron, commended both on a ,..Jacksonville.. ...
,'Job Well Done' and presented
them with Fleet Reserves Cer-
tificates and a squadron plaque.
Chief Haines,who retired after .N.
20 years of active duty, entered
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and his family will reside in .
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of commendation from Capt. F.M. McLInn, Cecil C.0.,commending him for services as Cecil Field
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m AJATTCenfer Newsmakers Ref/re/ Receive RecognitionBy I


Barbara McNeely he served tours of duty in Point Service Units, Fleet Aircraft Returning to civilian life in ADVANCEMENTSThere
Barrow Alaska the South Service and he recalled active
Jax-Four officers of NATTC ; Squadrons Fighter 1947, was to
were retired at personnel in- Pacific Islands;Marine Corps Air Squadrons, USS Tarawa. duty for the Korean Conflict, He are seven new first class
and Station, Cherry Point; and LCdr. Harkins plans to spend a has completed two tours of duty petty officers walking around
spection review June 30. The
numerous Naval Air Reserve month in Colorado fishing, MATSG as an instructor in the NATTC. Capt. John P. Kennedy
retiring officers were LCdr. LyleC.
Training Units and Naval Air hunting and relaxing. He and his Aviation Ordnanceman's School. presented the certificates -and
Clark LCdr. M.
Billy
Stations. wife Billie will make Jacksonvilletheir In 1966, the gunner was congratulated the men July 1
Harkins, LCdr. Robert E. Biggs He and his wife Jean plan to permanent home. selected as a warrant officer and with Cdr. Roy H. Paxson Jr., and
and CWO R. N. Boyd.
remain in Jacksonville where LCdr. Robert E. Biggs, soon afterwards received ordersto officers from AO and AE Schoolin
Also leaving NATTC were Cdr.
they have their home. training officer at Aviation Vietnam. Mr. Boyd's last attendance.The new first class
Robert D. Kunkle and Cdr.
who LCdr. Billy M. Harkins, a Electrician's Mate 'A' School assignment was as assistant petty officers are: AOl D.
Vincent G. Quillen retired
last but native of Alabama, completedmore since December 1967retired after training officer at MATSG.He Cornwell, A01 W. Harrington,
year were immediately'recalled than 29 years of military more than 30 years of service. and his wife Elsie will AE1 W. A. Smith, AE1 R. Hood,
to active in
duty a
retired status. service. He has been training LCdr. Biggs was an aviation reside in the Jacksonville area AE1 F, Girouard, AE1 K.
LCdr. Lyle C. Clark had been officer at Aviation electrician's mate as an enlisted with their five children. Rutledge, DPI W. H. EE.

resources management systems Electrician's Mate School 'B' and man and was appointed to Cdr. Robert D. Kunkle was HONOR CLASS
officer since he reported to previously was training officer at warrant officer status here at released to inactive duty on the
NATTC in April 1968. Aviation Ordinanceman School. NA TIC. retired list after'being retainedon Class 015 in the Aviation
enlisted in lie has spent much of his l life in active Electrician's Mate School, ClassA
He 1942, interruptinghis He served at naval air stationsat duty for one year. He
formal education during the ordnance field having been an Norfolk, Va., Pearl Harbor, has servedas, director of training has been commended for being
aviatior ordnanceman his selected the Honor Class for the
World War II to serve as a until Hawaii; and Jacksonville; since 1968 and previously was
selection for warrant officer in second time with 975 points for
machinist mate. After the war numerous fleet tactical support superintendent of ordnance
he attended 1952. He was commissioned an and schools. and the week of June 22. The class
the University of patrol squadrons; USS He his wife Dorothyand
Georgia where he obtained a ensign in July 1956. Norton Sound and USS F. D. their sons plan to make the advisor is AE1 R. S. Girton and
bachelors degree and Georgia He served numerous tours of Roosevelt Jacksonville area their home. the class leader is AN S. G.

Tech where he earned a masters duty with naval air stations at CWO R. N. Boyd joined the Baumgardner.NEW .

degree in industrial engineering.He Norfolk, Va.; Jacksonville; Marine Corps in 1941 and was Cdr. Vincent G. Quillen, a DENTAL OFFICERS
was commissioned as a Lt. Mariana Islands, and with Air active in four campaigns during graduate of Kansas State Collegewas
(jg) in 1948 and has held his Antisubmarine Squadron 5, Fleet World War II Bougonville, also released to inactive duty Lt. C. J. Charbonnet and Lt.
present rank since January 1957. Air Wing 6, Helicopter Squadron Green Island,New Heberdes and after having been retained on Peter MacLeod have both
During his 22 years of service 14-2, numerous Carrier Air Midway Island. active duty for one year. He has reported aboard within the past
been superintendent of the two weeks. Both are new
I Aviation Electrician's Mate graduates-Lt. Charbonnet from
School since July 1966. He and his Loyola School of Dentistry and
wife Alene plan to travel before Lt. MacLeod from the Universityof
settling in Cape Coral, Fla. Minnesota Dental School.

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Equipped it for the Field Marshall but It Belongs to the /! .
Troops. Was $7295

Contribution to War X900 S

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Yes, Folks,we have 25 weapons displayed and loaded as a
show of strength in this war on inflation.Our .
bankers said they would give full support with termsto

suit you.Co'mmander.
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GlennSherrocf,Sgt. Bill Wright, 2nd Class, -:
Bill Elliott and a field full of allies are awaiting the opportunity .
z% to serve you.

For action in the war on inflation come to..

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Civilians Receive Cash AwardsJax r I II


Numerous Naval Air Sustained Superior Performance estimator; Clarence H. McCall,
I Station civilians were presented Awards to civilian employeesJuly airframes mechanic; Donald
awards and checks during the 2 along with four Superior Nessiff, aircraft systems electronics -
past week. Accomplishment Awards. mechanicRussell; J.Paul
Capt. Oscar Gray Jr., medical Sustained Superior Per- Jr., electronics mechanic; Larry
officer, presented Industrial formance Award checks were Dockery, airframes worker;
Hygenist, Charlie Byrd a quality presented to Joseph J. SUIT mere, Elisha Douglas Jr., aircraft
step increase, July 1. inspector aircraft electronics electrician; Edward J. Kpeck,
NARF Commanding Officer, systems; Marvin T. Gurr, airframes worker; John D.
I 1 Capt. D. H. Heile presented 16 supervisory planner and Hamilton, airframes mechanic;
M
William Gentry, general
I Promotion Bulletin Published foreman; Carmela T. Truitt,
clerk- stenographer; William 0.
RETIREMENT CAKE Kirby Green cuts the retirement cake that I Jax Civilian employees of to the official bulletin boards in Hicks, industrial engineering
marks retirement for five Supply Department personnel From left to NAVAIREWORKFAC, NAS, their various work areas for technician; Hayes P. Edwards, .
right behing Green are John Grooms, Clarence May, Ray Scott, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, information concerning all aircraft electrician; Charles
Fletcher Williams.Supply. FAETULANT, Det. Jax.; Navy positions for which applicationsare Jungemann, airframes
Commissary Stores, Naval now being accepted. mechanic; Wilford E. Cochran,
Workers RetireJax Hospital, Navy Recruiting These new bulletins are announced airframes mechanic and Julius I.
Station, Disease Vector Control
to establish registers to Lusher, airframes mechanic.
Supply Officer, Capt. R. retired with 25 years service. RayF. Center, Regional Storage fill future vacancies in the Superior AccomplishmentAward
Office, Fleet
C. O'Laughlin presented Scott completed 25Vfe years in Management positions shown below. checks were presented to
Weather Facility, FICEUR,
retirement plaques to five federal service. Kirby B. Green Robert L. Kress, planner and
retiring civilian personnel, all retired as a warehouseman in the Navy Finance Office, Regional Oiler,MPB 69-70, date of first estimator and Aircraft Elec-
Office of Civilian Manpower cut July 15, 1970 and Policeman
tricians Joseph E. Braswell,
from the Material Division, who division after 28V4 years of
had a combined total of 126 civilian service. Management and Defense CS-4, MPB 70-70, date of first cut James M. Caldwell and MichaelC.
federal service. yearsof Surplus Sales Office should refer July 18, 1970. Fuller.

Fletcher A.Williams retired as
a laborer after completing 20 PlankownerTo
years in the military and civil IMPORTED IMPORTED
service Laborer Clarence May RetireJaxOne ALFA ROMEO RENAULT

PARTS CAR PARTS
Every TUES. & THURS. of the last three vOiriifN l
remaining plankowners of the
LADIES DAY Naval Air Station, Jacksonville,
Frank H.McKinley,will retire on COMPLETE STOCK OF BOSCH"STEBRO
July 31. IMPORTED PARTS LUCAS
19 A station-wide luncheon is ACCESSORIES.& SUPPLIES II II AMCO-GIRLING
JJ' being planned in his honor at the
HI BALLS !I Officers Club, Walnut Room on
July 23 at noon. Cocktails will
GIRLS ONLY begin at 11:30: a.m. The cost for -
All Day ft Night the luncheon will be $2.
5 POOL TABLESMOIHER'S Reservations should be made 388-93311In FaN,D 398-5695

through Fran Cherry, Bldg. 902 VOLVO' L 3633 EMERSON
1080 CASSAT AVE. along with the price of the ticket,
no later than July 17. flours; 8:30 AM to 5 PM (Both Stores)

EMERSON STORE ONLY AND SPEEDTEQUIPMENT BUGGIES

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CO-ORDINATED WALL TO WALLCARPETING ,
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ABUNDANCE OF tire
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RAMBLING AREA CLUB ROOM
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WITH 2BEDROOM and 3
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DRESSING ROOMS DISHWASHERSRANGES
WITH BEDROOM ALL 3 MODELS ANDDISPOSALS With a direct auto loan from the Normandy Atlantic Bank

PERSONALLY CONCERNED MANAGEMENT you can save enough on your interest to allow you to buy

AND24-HOUR MAINTENANCE extra equipment such as Power Steering, Power Brakes
etc. Contact our Installment Loan Department.

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15 MINUTES FROM 6545 NORMANDY BLVD. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32205
NAS CECIL FIELD
APARTMENT
MONDAY THRU THURSDAY FRIDAY
All Departments: A.M.to 1:00: P.M.
IN ORANGE PARK 264-2815 Main Lobby 9:00: A.M.to 2:00: P.M. :
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Fleet Weather Facility


Trains Student WorkerJax
SMALL CRAFT GALE STORM HURRICANE

The Fleet Weather weather satellites. She will learn
:.i: iii. m Facility- employed Miss DoloresA. how to track the satellite, receive
Squire for training as a and record the picture signal,
::: & <' summer aid under the 1969 locate the resulting picture in
;; ; \ i, Federal Summer Employment reference to the earth, and
Program for Youth.A assemble the orbits into a
missile.
.>. native of Jacksonville, Miss The final product is used by the
is at the Edward
Squire a junior
5 forecasters to correct the surface
Waters College where she is analysis and for the, early
studying business administrationand detection of tropical l cyclones.
mathematics. Her student
status enabled her qualify for
UP TO 33 KTS. 34.47 KTS. 48.63 KTS. 64 KTS. OR MORE her present position at Fleet Group Meets TodayJax

Weather.
Miss Squire is being trained to The Navy Management
receive pictures from orbitingON Association, Jacksonville
Chapter is holding its July
WEATHER WARNINGS-.Fleet Weather Facility is now hoisting wind warning pennants from the .E ;- meeting today at 11:45: a.m.at the
roof of the Air Operations Building to promote the safety of boaters and sailing enthusiasts who may A Officers Club. The feature
be in the area when a severe storm strikes. The pennants will be flown when the forecast duty officer presentation is by chapter
recommends a small craft,gale or storm warning; however, hurricane flags will be displayed only member Jim Phillips, NAS Jax
upon the setting of 'hurricane condition one' by RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., commander Fleet R E EsE comptroller, who will talk about
Air Jacksonville. the'Planning, Programming and
Budgeting system'
Capt. D. H. Heile is the chapter's -
FRA Holds Installation Ceremony new president and chairmanof

the board. He presided at last
Jax Branch 91, Fleet scheduled to commence at 6:30: treasurer-Calvin Boyd. The new g1itlY 6 month's meeting at which
Reserve Association and the p.m. All members are urged to directors will be: Thomas members voted upon its new
Ladies of Unit 91 will install their attend and reservations should be Feaster, Roy Kickler, Kenneth name as Navy Management
newly elected officers tomorrow made as soon as possible. Munsch, Robert Shindlebower, Association, Jacksonville
night at the branch home, 5391 Guests for the evening will James Breeze, Joseph Heald, Chapter.The .
Collins Road at a joint ceremony.The include several dignitaries and a Robert Frisbee, Joseph Bodin, organization has been
festivities which will include guest speaker. Salvatore Molle, Michael Moritz, THE JOB-DoloresSquire undergoing a transition period
cocktails,dinner and dancing areCAROUSELMOBILE Wilson H. Sanfifer, Past Edmund Grant, Francis Brooks and an instructor survey a and is beginning to function
National President of the FRA and Billy Owen Jr. past satellite picture to pinpoint storm under the new name and board of
will be the installing officer for president. locations. directors.

the branch. He will install the Gloria Eswine, Regional Vice- Cutback A free:is PromotionsExactly
following officers: president -
Ti President S. E. will be the in-
Thomas Lancaster; first vice- stalling officer for the unit .She Fewer open rates and tighter how these reduction
rI president-John Scanlon; second will install the following officers: reenlistment requirements may moves will affect individual
HOMES vice-president -Joseph Pierotti president June Breeze; vice be among the results of the promotion opportunities is yet
1970 MODELSOne secretary J. A. Wadelin and president Kay Lancaster; Navy's efforts to assist in the undetermined. Many factors will
Week Special I secretary Kay Miller; and President's cost reduction be influential in the question of
treasurer Marty Pugh. Chaplain program, according to Chief of advancements, including the
12 wide, 2 br $3380 HONDA director will be Johnnie Wadelin. Naval Personnel, VAdm.CharlesK. magnitude of the cut and its ef-
60X12, 2br $4195 The new directors will be: Duncan.In fect on specific ratings.
64X12, 3br $4695 Dorothy Capwell, Mary Fogarty, a recent newsletter, the
t 64X12, 3br, I I'/jbth' $4495 MOTORS CYCLES CO. Joe Koschak, Marguerite admiral stated that to date, the Steps are currently being
5936 Phillips Hwy. 7334700 4949 BLANDING BLVD. Solomon and Amie Pierotti Jr., Navy's greatest move to halt taken, VAdm. Duncan says,
PHONE 771-8244 to shorten the
tenure of the ad-
past president.
budgetary inflation has been the
vancement slow-down and
Further information may be decommissioning of more than guarantee that career motivationis
obtained by contacting 125 ships and a manpower maintained.
any 'Among these
I I branch or unit member. officers reduction and in men.Move excess. of' 80,000 actions he writes, 'are the
14A" reenlistment quality control
program, the further limiting of
Open Rates List, the establish
J ment of performance review
I boards for the top three enlisted
grades, and an administrative
tCOIITACT division of previously published
senior and master chief petty
. officer quotas into a primary and
alternate selectee list.
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move out. on a trip home or to some vaca- Mon.-Fri.8:304:30

tion spot. with an HFC Traveloan. It'll cover BRONCE WALLER OM Sat..Sun.IO:00-6oo Diy ServiceJAX '

every cost. And you can repay when you re- U.S. Navy, Retired NAS Nearest Laundry
turn, on your choice of convenient terms. Call

or come in today. Have you ever wished for an 'Inside contact' In
the automobile business? Bronce Waller, U.S. FRIENDLYRELAXED&QUIETATMOSPHERE i
.. .... .. ...... . ....... .... Navy, retired is your man! Thirty years In theN I

ee d't $600 Navy with complete knowledge of problems imiiimiiiiiimmiiiiiiimiiiniMimiii
facing Navy folks In automobile buying. Now on IDEALLY
.. .... .. .. .. ... .. ... ........ the 'inside' with Jacksonville's No. 1 Chevrolet CECIL FIELD LOCATED N.A.S.FOR
dealer. CLOSE TO SCHOOLS.
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CHURCHES AND

..... ........SHOPPING.................................
Before you buy any car, new or used see your
'inside contact', Bronce Waller and get the No. 1 Mr.& Mrs. Payton Watson,

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 buy. 771.6666
Take 103rd to Firestone
Rd, Turn South 2 Blocks
Cedar HiHs Center
Shopping
Past Forrest High School.

3734 Blending Blvd.-Phone 771-9190 r.. GORDON THOMPSON COLONIALFOREST.

3050 Beach Blvd Phone: 398-4541
VI CHEVROLET
Penman Plaza Shopping Center I

1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 244-4421 2600 U.S. NO. 1 SOUTH

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Fleet Weather Facility


Trains Student WorkerJax
SMALL CRAFT GALE STORM HURRICANE


; : Jjt ) B I IUP la Facility- The employed Fleet Miss Weather DoloresA. weather how to track satellites.the satellite She will, receive learn
the signal
Squire for training as a and record picture ,
summer aid under the 1969 locate the resulting picture in
Federal Summer Employment reference to the earth, and
Program for Youth.A assemble the orbits into a
missile.
native of Jacksonville, Miss The final product is used by the
Squire is a junior at the Edward forecasters to correct the surface
Waters College where she is analysis and for the early
studying business administrationand detection of tropical l cyclones.
mathematics. Her student
status enabled her qualify for Meets
TodayJax
TO 33 KTS. 34-47 KTS. 48-63 KTS. 64 KTS. OR MORE her present position at Fleet Group

Weather.
Miss Squire is being trained to The Navy Management
receive pictures from orbitingrtJI Association, Jacksonville
Chapter is holding its July

WEATHER WARNINGS-Fleet Weather Facility is now hoisting wind warning pennants from the meeting today at 11:45: a.m. at the
Club. The feature
roof of the Air Operations Building to promote the safety of boaters and sailing enthusiasts who may Officers
be in the area when a severe storm strikes. The pennants will be flown when the forecast duty officer presentation is by chapter
recommends a small craft,gale or storm warning; however, hurricane flags will be displayed only member Jim Phillips, NAS Jax
who will talk about
upon the setting of 'hurricane condition one' by RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., commander Fleet comptroller,
Air Jacksonville. the 'Planning, Programming and
Budgeting system'
Capt. D. H. Heile is the chap
FRA Holds Installation Ceremony ter's new president and chairmanof

the board. He presided at last

Jax Branch 91, Fleet scheduled to commence at 6:30: treasurer Calvin Boyd. The new month's meeting at which
Association and the directors will be Thomas members voted upon its new
Reserve p.m. All members are urged to :
Ladies of Unit 91 will install their attend and reservations should be Feaster, Roy Kickler, Kenneth name as Navy Management
newly elected officers tomorrow made as soon as possible. Munsch, Robert Shindlebower, "' '< Association, Jacksonville
'
night at the branch home, 5391 Guests for the evening will James Breeze, Joseph Heald, : ..::7.1'i- Chapter.
Collins Road at a joint ceremony.The include several dignitaries ,and a Robert Frisbee, Joseph Bodin, The organization has been
festivities which will include guest speaker. Salvatore Molle, Michael Moritz, ON THE JOB-.Dolores Squire undergoing a transition period
cocktails, dinner and dancing are Wilson H. Sanfifer, Past Edmund Grant, Francis Brooks and an instructor survey a and is beginning to function
satellite to storm under the new name and board of
National President of the FRA and Billy Owen Jr. past picture pinpoint
will be the installing officer for president. locations. directors.

the branch. He will install the. Gloria Eswine, Regional Vice Cutback Affects Promotions I
following officers: president
President S. E. will be the in-
Thomas Lancaster; first vice- stalling officer for the unit .She Fewer open rates and tighter Exactly how these reduction
president-John Scanlon; second will install the following officers: reenlistment requirements may moves will affect individual
CAROUSELMOBILE- /_HOMES vice.president Joseph Pierotti' president June Breeze; vice be among the results of the promotion opportunities is yet
secretary J. A. Wadelin and president Kay Lancaster; Navy's efforts to assist in the undetermined. Many factors will
1970 MODELS
One Week I secretary Kay Miller; and President's cost reduction be influential in the question of
Special treasurer Marty Pugh. Chaplain program, according to Chief of advancements, including the
12 wide, 2 br $3380 HONDA director will be Johnnie Wadelin. Naval Personnel, VAdm.CharlesK. magnitude of the cut and its effect
60X12, 2br $4195 The new directors will be: Duncan.In on specific ratings.
64X12, 3br $4695 Dorothy Capwell, Mary Fogarty, a recent newsletter, the
.. 64X12, 3br, |/2bth' $4495 MOTORS CYCLES CO. Joe Koschak, Marguerite admiral stated that to date, the Steps are currently being
4949 BLANDING BLVD. taken, VAdm. Duncan ,
5936 Phillips Hwy. 733-6700 Solomon and Amie Pierotti Jr., Navy's greatest move to halt says
PHONE 771-8244 to shorten the tenure of the advancement
past president. budgetary inflation has been the
slowdown and
Further information may be decommissioning of more than guarantee that career motivationis
obtained by contacting any 125 ships and a manpower maintained. 'Among these
reduction in of
branch or unit member. excess 80,000 actions,' he writes, 'are the
officers and
men reenlistment quality control

program, the further limiting of
Open Rates List, the establish- I
ment of performance review !
boards for the top three enlisted
grades, and an administrative
0 V CONTACT division of previously published
senior and master chief petty
: officer quotas into a primary and
mmummemmiv*>* >M*> <"'iiv ammtmatwimimma

alternate selectee list.'

4526 120th St.

C-, \< $ M YUKON


Move out U \HowGlwi

KMNAl' gpHLiHHNNCleuers "11II"""' ............

with an HFC Traveloan & Livriry I

25 Washers5CDryers(5min. I

Leave time coming up? Let HFC help you ( .) I

move out on a trip home or to some vacation Sat.-Sun.Mon.-Frl.10:00-4:00 8:30-8:30: 1 I

spot. with an HFC Traveloan. cover BRONCEWALLER OM Day ServiceJAX
I
every cost. And you can repay when you return U.S. Navy, Retired NAS Nearest Laundry

on your choice of convenient terms. Callor I

come in today. Have you ever wished for an 'Inside contact' in ,---

the automobile business? Bronce Waller, U.S. FRIENDLY, RELAXED& I
.. ..... .... .. .... ... .. .. Navy, retired is your man! Thirty years In the QUIET ATMOSPHERE

Need to 600? Navy with complete knowledge of problems imiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiiiii I
up facing Navy folks in automobile buying. Now on IDEALLY LOCATED
FOR
... ... .. ..... .. ... .. ... .. the 'Inside' with Jacksonville's No. 1 Chevrolet CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
dealer. CLOSE TO SCHOOLS.
CHURCHES AND I
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
..SHOPPING................................. I
Before you buy any car, new or used, see your I
'Inside contact', Bronce Waller and get the No.1 1 Mr. & Mrs. Payton Watson,

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 buy. 7716666
Take 103rd to FirestoneRd
., Turn South 2 Blocks
Cedar Hills Shopping Center Past Forrest high School.COLONIAL.
3734 BlantJinlllvtJ.-Phone: 771-9190
0. GORDON THOMPSON '
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 i,

Penman Plaza Shopping Center VI CHEVROLET FOREST I

1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 244-6421 2600 U.S. NO. 1 SOUTH
5928 FIRESTONE ROAD
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1970
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this year I : ; p SARGE & HANK

'ENCO SERYICENTER
insurance due ? S3V6I ii (
i Sd4LL "ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI
O /MIYIANfI 4P>:prRa'HgURSis' ; J PHONE: 389-9161 388.2423
Fy
I Electronic Wheel Balancing
ERNIE < Total
GROSE : .5 Engine Performance
,'a4 Sun sTurs i-
? 9 > <,,4pmt130pm t
1938 Blanding Blvd. V ; :Q '"i\Friday Mpmi' IY4SAr iN c Analyzed Electronically
Phone 389.0338 & \4. CIASed Tuesdays:' &* 4pm 12 450 .
State Farm HOME Mutual OFFICE Automobile; Bloomington Insurance Illinolixvytft Co. .!\! 3619 Blanding Illvd;. Vrl 771-0170 t. 4710 SAN JUAN AVENUE

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,>A kSSTANDAR:4n f.: WE CAN FISHERS

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Four Miles South o/NAS-Highway 17- Orange Park :; ''ACETELYNE'( &EtEC; WELDING,, ffwy W BRIDGESTONE

Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors I i ,. x if SALES
Open 0800-J 800 Monday thru Friday : WetakObetterc rte? b ::, (also/ all make used cycles)
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MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE : 8160 103rd STREET PHONE 771-4074

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4567 103rd Street Phonem We Welcome BankAmerlcard&Master Charge I 4:>t. iv> >?;' #0w ft***** **** $&&&&*&}

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BLANDING BOULEVARD "" L :' kf. COMPLETE;SNACK'BAR SERVICE 1."

OFFKIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION :,%< }, xy>: > rxt>:!k;< S4 HOL.COURSE'' e I Man! Sizes 3S to StShorts

uii Service ; :''1.iilw1itOU.U''Y' I I Flt Every/ pp1ExSHIRTS, "

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{, On Blanding (State Road 11)l) t.VV. NING:I<. .I ESQUIRE SUIT OUTLETWhere
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I S. Military Retired h rot: ;''Yt ."." .. EE = 6127 BEACH BOULEVARD PHONE 724-2233
PHONE 264-5343 PHONE.;711.! fb... .. NJX.111dngtlu) '.Pancake House

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k Navy Wives Bid

,
R IW Farewell to CO w d
M t p +
a.er "
Jax-Navy Wives Club of
America ., Jax 86 bid farewell to
their sponsors during a cocktail
party in honor of Capt and Mrs.H. .
.0. Cutler, commanding officer
} p / of NAS
Capt. Cutler was presented a
I, of with
< plaque Navy wings an
'f engraved thank you while Mrs. .... f
-- i "sP'A
Cutler received a silver vase. The
Cutlers will report to Naples,
Italy for their next tour of duty.
Other guests for the evening were
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Slocumband .
LCdr. and Mrs. 0. C. An ,


held derson.On Wednesday their. monthly, July 1 business the club I'J rl ri,

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meeting with Barbara Howard
presiding. Guests for the eveningwere Jax Dr. Clyde K. Meade, a on his boards is Capt. C. W. LewisJr.
k0'' Pam Sullivan, Michelle general practice resident at the ., commanding officer at the
Roulf, Mrs. James Lathen, Mrs. Naval Hospital shoulders new hospital. A former whitehat, Dr.
Ernest Gooch, Mrs. Jon Ackley, boards as he .is promoted to Meade enlisted in the Navy 16
'1 Mrs. Dennis Rolanel, Mrs. Gayle lieutenant commander. Pinning years ago.
Cooper. The club held initiation

q !/ AMf' r ceremonies for Mrs. Elaine '''I'Ihll'MPs,;'"" /i Ill,!:,;lr!l!''li,'G;'I!IlN14I4'IIyV:,I '' N/"I, JIIIII'I'ffl'jlllli/JII"I'iUlIW!1,'' '; ,/!:!!i,i' :;IJ11'IIII!!'! ,4i,llilllllullllrtl,! h : ;#N:o;'!&,'lihl ,':III I 1111'lliI 6i,,,q.,,III:!:111!ffI II,h I, l' ;Iflilli: ,''":#I l;liii Nl'itlil' !: 'I,\IIlk II'' ''iIIIIIUU I .l! l I;
: Shanks. ;1 j I :"" ,I )Jj,I ffj II! "'! I I lIffl.i'iil.' iN'IU"IJ 11111""I'' "' '!" /;!, (ll/IillI/ II.' I '4''" 11' ''III ''i HII'' /'' 1 11 '"I'
NWCA members, Mrs. John '11'"/""I'lrm/lllim''il'I'lml'imC'i'I/I'7;,!l "!/:,:'':''I'! : ''/ I I ''llliiill'I.I'I I ',/ ;,'""''i'' I II"'Ui"I" ": ," :" :" ,l'I"'I;l I i!"'':':/IV:I I,kI(:"', "II'I I:"'' '1i ',1Irl"?"d'' '!I :!I'I":'"I:II/lI/Ii"lil/:;/I",'I IIIIl: :lll'II'' ':Wlllillll'ilIIliii 1 ':: I;lii'IIIIi ,;,IIil;
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\ 1IIIIIfl', liI h fri"
I 'ilI/iIIIU"mi"IIII"I'iI"I''' 'iIlilliII / '
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: ,: .' 'sr Keiper and Mrs. Alvin Stone will /i;(!I'' !I ;/;' U J IIII: 'I C e'lliifllriIIIIIWlli!; ( ;, IIIi,! li

w. l" be leaving Jax 86. The club Ili lljli II Ii lplli., ,*II4 fjl1.! .
ilhll IIII h ,
/, iJd Ilh q III I nt. i n lib=d p ? I krN NI'hq' I'A N'n' I i ? i4
presented each with an 86 guard
for their numerous volunteerhours
l .
and the traditional farewell PIRATES COVE CPO CLUB

A NAUTICAL MILEAGE CLAIM TO DISBURSING-Lt. KennethJ. gifts, NWCA pillboxes. Ronnie and the Soul Society are Friday evening's en-
Cousson may be able to make one when he reaches his new duty Jax 86 is participating with the the featured artists this week, tertainment will be provided by
station. Lt. Cousson, a helicpoter pilot from Antarctic Development Salvation Army to help collect appearing through next Tuesday. the Four Clubs and Mel Gaden
Squadron Six (VXE-6)) sets sail aboard his 34-foot sloop-rigged and purchase the needed canned On Wednesday, the club's en- will be on stage on Saturday
knockabout bound for NAS Jacksonville where he will be a search and goods to be sent to the earthquake tertainment will be provided by night. On Sunday there will be
rescue pilot. Lt. Cousson, a bachelor, departed the Davisville, R. I., victims in Peru. the Messengers of the Masses. music by John Thomas.
Yacht Club after ceremonial wine toasts by some of his fellow officers The Social-Education meetingwill
ACEY DEUCEY CLUB OFFICERS CLUB
from VXE-6. His cousin, Bob Mullins, Is accompanying him on his be July iswith the speaker
southward voyage Lt. Cousson departed June 23 and plans to arrive at Katie Magdelein. She is with the Mel Gaden will be on hand to The Officers Club is featuring

Jacksonville this weJc.Welcome Way Inn, helping youth who are entertain you this Friday Beefeaters night this evening,
involved with drugs and those evening, while Red Edwards and and there will be music by Phil
who have social problems. the Altones will be appearing on Cay and the Chantels on Satur-
stage Sunday night day. The regular Sunday Buffet
to the World of Hondo will be held from 5 to 9 p.m.

usa CLUB
ur.
:.. Tonight is free refreshment
See & Go For a Test Ride at the USO and
Jonathan Jewelers night Sunday'sVesper
On The All New '.l. w Service and refreshmentswill

HONDAFROM T be provided by So.
50's TO 750'sAVAILABLE ,'II ::" Jacksonville PresbyterianChurch.
... I. .The free Sunday movie is
SALES
All NewCL-IOO entitled 'He Rides Tall.' Tuesday

/IN NORTH FLORIDA AT OUR.. -WATCH ', is game night, and Wednesday's
RING feature is a record hop with Al
and
ALL NEW HEADQUARTERSWITH DAY '' Albert as MC, from 8 to 11 p.m.
'
COMPLETE SERVICE JEWELRY
DEPT.
FRA BRANCH
SIZING
ENGRAVING REPAIRS ,
HONDA BMW Tonight's shuffleboard tour-
WORK DONE nament will begin at 7:30.There
: ON PREMISES '. will be a program of installationof
of North Florida new officers Friday evening

6123 Philips Highway Phone 398-3811 or 398-4200 1704 Highway 17,Orange Park starting at 6:30.: The dress for this
DAN and LINDA BOATWRIGHT PHONE 264-6394 affair will be semi-formal, and
the admission is $2.50 per person.
Jim Mann and the Goodtimers
will be appearing at the club
Sunday evening at 7:30.:




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at Sheraton 'MOTORSPLENTY




on weekends. Reasonable Used VW's

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In the Continental U.S.* at 1/a the regular "\' $640
) 4-speed, R&H.66TEMPEST
rate on Friday, Saturday,and Sunday .. Jhfk'f'.V'* "* .> (' '1 I>
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$980
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need is ID. you \ "; ...... ( .. VALIANT $680
your Don't jut peek' wide not Auto. trans., Air R&H.
Next time you get a weekend pass, open your eyes you're
unwind in style at Sheraton. dreaming huge 19 foot family room is a dream come 64 DODGE Hardtop $690
true In this Bellair/ beauty Separate dining room. 3 V-8, 4-speed, R&H.63VWSEDAN .
r Reservations are accepted on a Bedrooms Baths-our family/ home is fantastically low $540
"Standby Basis" only and are subject in prir '. R&H.
. to space availability at time of check-in. $14,500$16,500Clay 54 FORD V2 TON $440

. '( Offer does not apply to the St. Regis- County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community, Plck-Up, V-8, Stick
Sheraton In New York City.

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Member of National and Jacksonville Home Builders AssociationsYou Boulevard
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Publisher Call 3SS-275S SCHEDULE


JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

NAS Jacksonville for publication the following Thursday Ads

LATWINGER arriving too late for this deadline will be .u______._ .

NAS Cecil published the following week unless the
FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE m Th rd ,..*. .
publisher Is instructed otherwise. A check or Monday,July 13

money order for the full cost of the ad must be
$ NAS: 'Alice's Restaurant'storing' NAS: 'Medium Cool' starring
received WITH the copy for the ad.
Aria Gtt&rit and Pat Robert Foster and Verna Bloom.
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge (1 lines) St.M '
Quimt Color comedy drama. 'R' Color drama. 'X' V. G. (110
Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line (4 words per line) 50 Cents
E. (Ill mins.) mins.)

Hospital: 'In Search of Hospital: 'Allie'TDel4.y
Gregory' tUdring Julie Christie

and Michael Sarrazin. GP' G. 90 ,July 14

,':':!,: :f Black Creek'HIDDEN, Canal WATERS'Lake lots tmrft. mins.)
or Mt
j! XM." S il 81r'iTi:
!
,:: a. available. Excellent fishing, boating, fJ ,:':' './$\{ NAS: 'Goodbye Columbus'
swimming. Mobile Home area.. Also, Friday,July 10 starring Richard Benjamin and
permanent home area. High, wooded All Macgraw. Color
comedy
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
SERVICE WIVES Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. NAS: 'Daring Game' starring drama. 'R' E. ((105 mins.)
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS AUTOMOBILES FURNISHED! Lloyd Bridges and Joan Black- Hospital: 'Medium Cool'Wednesday
1372 Cassat. 387-5626
Jobfinders
or
1022 Park Street, 3547888. East and West Coast 3533691. man. Color action. 'G' G. ((100
GREEN COVE SPRINGS mina)
,July 15
4BR., 2B., finished exterior-rough 'Alice's
Hospital: Restaurant'Saturday
SALESMAN WANTEDPart finish Interior. $200 down. First
time to work Naval Air payment Sept. 5. 12 acre lot. Call 388- Good condition.1"6 Best VW offer 772-3129, NAS: 'Out of It' starring John
Stations prospects. Call Don Kirk,733- 0161 for Johnny Jones. between 7 & 3. ,July 11 Voight and Barry Gordon. Color .

6700. comedy 'GP' G. (95 mins.)
NAS: 'Battle of Britain' Hospital: 'Goodbye Columbus'The
5921 NORDE OR. E. starring Michael Caines and
COLLEGE GIRLas 4BR., 2B., Garage, fenced yard,
mothers helper or sitter. Day or covered patio. $500 down-total price F Trevor Howard. Color war following tickets are now
night. 7714499. $1590 Approx. $118 per mo. 7714521. drama. 'G' E. (133 mins.) on sale at Special Services Bldg.

Hospital: 'Daring Game' 704:

NAS Matinee: 'Texas Across TOM JONES July 14 $15.00,
PART TIME HELP NEW3a 4 BR HOMESas
Nights &weekends.$1.65 an hour.388- low as$65 a month under FHA 235 4t.; the River' starring'Dean Martin $12.50, $10.00 $8.00JACKSONVILLE
1324. Plan. Louise T. Bailey, Broke 771.3605 and Alvin Delon. Color western SUNS

246.8253. comedy. (101 mins.) BASEBALL $ .50.

Sunday,July 12NAS'Alfie' PITTSBURGH STEELERS vs

[ :ptt!N4">"y SCELNt as : : ?[J lj r .... .. k MIAMI DOLPHINS August 8.-
?AvMK;nmsvin i FfUhiOtiKvWR:41wri.4a : : $6.00
':!,RENTALSORANGE :: S2;\ ; starring Michael .
Caine and Shelly Winters. Color
.t drama. 'R' E ((114 mins.)
BE A RADIO OR Want Ads Pay
TV ANNOUNCER Hospital: 'Battle of Britain'

Recorded message by leading an. PARK
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. 2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn.,
355.2944. Dishwasher, Carpets, Drapes.

Elizabeth Apts., 771-140Sor771-3355 'sa WHOLNEW SALE PRICES TO ALLI

'L : ,
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
Auto AC., central & window units COUNTRY LIVING GOOD LOOKIN' One can
serviced & repaired. $90 Furn.a month Duplex $25 Apart.deposit.off Ricker 725.0574 Rd.or tell Just by looking that Ann & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
Tylers Heating&Air Conditioning 7723112. Margaret has a lovely pair of NEW & USED TV SETS
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore) eyes and asks, "Have you had
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS
388.5161 & STOVES
your checked lately? We
could only answer, "Eye, Aye, NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
Aye!1" AIR CONDITIONERS
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS
Hrt.f a.m. 7p.m. Come In& Browse
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape
players. At dealers cost to liquidate
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. ti I PHONE WESCONNET FURNITURE CO

388.8535 *.'6 WESCONNE TT 7? | 07'.0'
PRIVATE PIANO TEACHER
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Many years experience. Near Ortega, s
Wllford's Fish Camp 2649707. Venetia/ Stockton schools. 3897622. 1 1


1249,1251 King St
1ibuR 90UA** Af
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. 'KE Jacksonville, Fla. 32204WANTED WESTSIDE

1925. Dogs & Cats Boarded. CHAtrcE IOM1UY !
Pickup & Delivery Available.
Grooming, Defleaing & Bathing. USED CAMERAS AND VOLKSWAGEN, INC.
Matercharge & Bank Amerlcard
EQUIPMENT. WE PAY
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085
,Edgewood Crt. 3890064. .. TOP DOLLAR.388.8535 SELLING USED CARS

BRING THIS AD WITH YOU

CLEAN COMFORTABLE ",
100% GUARANTEE
3 PC. Sect. Sofa 20. Westinghouse
elec. oven w-grill & broiler $10.
Uniforms, Dress W-2 Trs. Khaki .
AMERICAN!
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Bower 7241084. nrkul'JUan VOLKSWAGENS


4-15 Inch Sport Car Wheels :
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American League: VA-174 problems limited league action to Bailey 540.Shutte also registeredhigh
brought the high-flying Ops team 1 game. game with a 235. Denno hada
down to earth, 4-0. Lefthander VA-81, behind Spoonmore, 226 game and Duncan 221.
Barney Stewart shut out the spelled the difference at this
.> i Ge J M tR Standings are incomplete
previously unbeaten Ops nine on Rudies Rubies: Babe Lord of time.

a three hitter, struckout four and Ops had his two-game hitting American League: (Apologiesto
walked two. The Hellrazors 'streak' stopped by Barney
Edgar Allan Poe) 'Quoth the
1 scored two unearned runs, when Stewart A broken hand has Midget ever more:' Don Thorn-
with two outs and runners on 2nd shelved Tom Puckett for the
sberry had the high set for the
and 3rd, a pitch got away from remainder of the season. The week with a 562. He also had the
the catcher. In making the playon unfortunate mishap oclcurred ata high game with a 218. Eleven
the runner, the catcher threw time when Tom was FINALLY
other bowlers had sets of 500 or
the ball into right field, permitting showing at least a few signs of better with four of them rolling at
both runners to score. learning his position he actually
least one 200 or better game.
The final two markers came in on caught a ball. Several players
Bob Gunter,Jim Fulbright and
Blymillers walk, Doole's double have requested Bob.Greene to Buck Vedral are presently tied
The little league baseball team sponsored by VA-105 toWed the USS and J. J. Mulcahey's two run muster his monsters in blue at for the league high average witha
Saratoga on June 15 lust prior to her sailing for a'six month single. Lew Center took the loss. the back door (it is doubtful that 180. Standings:
deployment to the Mediterranean. (Front row left to right) Vince Dental split two games via the they would be permitted entranceat VA-45NO. 1 47.29Operations
Tulson, Billy Benton, John Stephenlak, Wayne Beale, Billy Halters forfiet route. the front door) at the 41.27VA46NO
and Larry Watson. (Second row left to right) Tom Howard, Tommy AV-ORD 13, Marines 7. The dispensary for the purpose of 2 5034
Reynolds, Mike Dooley, James Mason, John McGlure, Eddie Chitty, Ordnancemen combed Fireball having their suspected faulty VA.45 No 2 44 1.31 32
Keith Greenlish, Randy Tine and Jeff Thurman. (Third row left to Moore -{or 16 hits enroute to a eyesight checked.The forfiet win Marines Weapons 40-32
right) Manager AMS1 Bob Mason Coach Ed Chitty and Coach Ed relatively easy win. Toody pacedthe by Dental was their first victoryin Dental 40-32
Stepheniak. AV-ORD attack with four the second half of play. VA-S3 37.35
consecutive hits. Watson con VA-174 33-39
tributed a homerun, and Hoppera BOWLING AMD 33.39
National League: Sad Sam Food Service 31."$
Bowlers for Officer's triple. Urich was winning
Souaht League DelVecchio smiles again! V A.6 No. 1 3248.
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Supply 29 47
Sam tossed
Smiling
a high 612
National League: Inclement AMD Avionics 22.50
Cecil-Invitations are going out league during its first season last weather and ,scheduling series. Denno rolled a 595 series,
for participants in the Cecil Field year, organizers of this year's Shutte 586, Spunagle ,567 and Cecil Marines

officers mixed couples bowling league are expecting) a large turn BANKAMERICARD'AMERICAN EXPRESSeSTANDARD
league which will roll its first out. Consequently, they OILMASTERCHAROE Credit Cards Honored Win Pistol TitleThe
game at 7 p.m. Aug. 27. recommend that interested
The league will be composed of bowlers enter their teams, or as u Cecil Field Marine
some 12 teams, each team being individuals, as early as possible. ROOSEVELT MAILcar Barracks pistol team placed firstin
made up of four to six bowlers. Those interested should contactLt the Center Fire,45 cal., and the
Team or individual entries are 'Beau' at extensions team aggregate matches to
from Cecil Field Beaudry capture the Florida State Pistol
being sought ,
at his home
477 or 360, or 772-
LATWING One, VA-174 and VA. Weber wash Championships in the sharp-
9384 Lt. F.J. at
or extension -
45 officers, wives and guests.An 370 or 772-520. shooter class at St.Petersburg on
organizational meeting is June 20-21.
planned for the latter part of this Lt.Beaudry said inexperienced Sgt J. L. Davis returned to the
month and will require at bowlers are welcome to join. The MONDAY THRU SATURDAY team after the completion of

tendance of team captains.In handicap method of scoring will HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM temporary duty with the
view of the success of the be used to equalize all entries. Jacksonville Shore Patrol, and
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I Adm. Moorer Leaves CNO Post, Adm. Zumwalt Voices Hopes I

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relieved Adm. Adm.Elmo Thomas R. Zumwalt Jr. formance has been the source of which you have given me. and vast experience will keep our trip and my many visits to
CNO at H. Mooreras unyielding pride to me for I knew 'To each of you, I express my country on a steady course while commands ashore and afloat
Before Annapolis, Md. July 1. that you would invariable meet... deep appreciation and wish you continuing to perform out. have served to confirm this op
him reading his orders and more often exceed... my Godspeed, good luck, fair winds standing service to his country. timism. The excellence of our
chairman relieving of the as CNO Joint for duty as expectations and those of your and following seas.' 'Few of my predecessors have people has long been our heritage
Staff Adm. Chiefs of commanders.'I After his swearing in, Adm. assumed office without first it is my source of strength.'I .
'farewell', address Moorer made a fully appreciate that your Zumwalt delivered the following observing that the Navy was intend to further enhance this
to all hands. service has not been without speech, expressing his goals as facing heavy seas and our reservoir of strength by
been'For honored the past with 35 months the I have sacrifice for you, your families the new CNO. country difficult times. Today is assuming as my first task the

serving as Chief privilegeof of and your loved ones. I am most 'It is with a great sense of pride no exception. Dynamic political, improvement of many aspects of
I your Naval grateful, as the CNO and an that I assume the duties of the economic and_social changes are the naval career. There is much
Operations. now stand ready to American, that you are willing to at work in nation and abroad
be relieved Chief of Naval Operations today. our that will require the support of
by Adm. Zumwalt. pay the price for freedom and The pride comes from the changes that serve only to my civilian superiors and
'During my tenure, you our that you have helped to assure emphasize the need for
nation's .' realization that I have the opportunity a Congress. These changes will
Navymen have performed the blessings of this great country to work with and lead determined military posture built take time. There are other improvements -
superbly in all aspects of for all of your fellow countrymen.'In the wonderful> who make upon a solid foundation of which we can make
naval
operations as you have preparing to assume the up our Navy. I am humbled by powerful naval forces.'I within the uniformed Navy.
steamed on,under and flown
over duties of Chairman of the Joint
the., long line of distinguishednaval am confident that our Navy These can come more quickly.'I .
the distant of
oceans the world.
Chiefs of Staff, I leave commandof
who have
officers precededme
and Marine Corps will providethat
You have born the
demanding the Navy to the brilliant in this assignment, includingmy foundation despite the fact anticipate the first of these
of
responsibility
protecting our leadership of Adm. Zumwalt His immediate predecessor, that further reductions will come will be issued after I meet with
and
people our nation
with
deserved
characteristic reputation for Adm. Thomas H. Moorer, who in the months ahead. My con the other four staff officers of the
excellence. distinguished achievement givesme served so superbly as our Chief of fidence is founded upon the Navy on July 23. I am confidentthat
Despite a challenging en- utmost confidence in the Naval Operations for the past loyalty and dedication of our all of us working togetherwill
vironment of ,
high tempo activities future of I know
course our Navy.
three Tomorrow he be to the
in years. Navy and Marine Corps men and equal challenges
rapidly changing will him with the
regard
you '
becomes the Chairman, Joint women and our civilian employees ahead.
circumstances, your per unstinting.loyalty, and dedication Chiefs of Staff and it will be a with whom I have served

pleasure to work with him as a throughout my career, and
member of the Joint Chiefs of particularly the courage and Buy
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Hospital Wins Softball Title; Yrr",ettanfDE :


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Jax-It took seven innings of Restor Bryan. NARTU got into the cham-
near perfect ball,but the Hospital The victory also gave the pionship game by trimming J
captured the station's intramural Hospital the station's Ironman NATTC Monday night 4-2 behind
Softball crown Tuesday night, Trophy-symbol of excellence in the 17 strike out performance of
slipping by NARTU 2-1 behind the intramural sports competition.Prior McClure. The 11 inning contest
three hit mound performance of to Tuesday's game, eliminated NATTC from the
NARTU and Hospital were neckin double elimination tournament

Fliers Los. in neck for both the softball which began last week. ;'
crown and the Ironman Trophy. In their first tournament en-

Before winning the title, the counter, NARTU dropped a 1-0) .

4th TournamentJaxThe corpsmen had a slim 25 point contest to the Hospital behind the .,',.
Ironman lead over NARTU. The one hit performance of Bryan, I'
Jax Navy Fliers softball championship gave the who fanned 12. McClure struck '
softball squad lost two straight to Hospital 1,000 Ironman points. out 16 in that contest and didn't 69 IMPALA CUSTOM COUPE $2595 : :

be eliminated in a four-team 4th In Tuesday's game, Hospital give up a hit, but again lost a
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\, LCdr. Frith Retires

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Jax-LCdr. William C. Frith, sacola. He has served with at-

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