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

VOL. 28 NO. 18 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 23, 1910 :




VA-203 Commissioning Here j




Changes Air Reserve ConceptJaxA I



new concept in naval I reserve aviation began here Saturday with the .:;j

commissioning of Attack Squadron 203 a reserve squadron that will be ready to

e immediately augment with regular Navy units in time of national emergency.

-\;.. Cdr. Walter N. Vance III, 35, of currently deployed aboard
nearby Orange Park became the carriers.
squadron's first commandingofficer The squadron's commandingofficer
during the ceremonies .s will report to the reserve
>. 1 '" attended by various civilian and air wing which in turn is under

military dignitaries.A the control of RAdm. H.E. Greer,
financial consultant in commander Naval Air Reserve

Jacksonville, Cdr. Vance servedon Force, with headquarters in

active duty for 15 years before Glenview, 111. .
joining the Naval Air Reserve Admiral Greer, under the new

M........ ,t 4 here in 1969. organization of reserve
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"" "'I' The new squadron was com- squadrons, will also be respon
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individual
k ". ::. \C. ...? >1t' missioned as part of the recently sible for training
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\ ,,rir 1' : ,' 9 .r\: 1 established Attack Carrier Air reservists prior to their
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r r ;, -" '::r a.: 'S. ,:, ,-'::.' sA Wing Reserve 20,- which is .Jt assignments to units of the Naval
,' 4s, commanded by Cdr. R.E. Holt. Air Reserve Force.
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,' k ti* 1 avt :J VA-203 basically made up of RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth
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; '.J.... 1 tJit officers and men that were at "- Jr., commander Fleet Air

NEW SQUADRON Cdr. Vance and RAdm. Hey worth share cake tached to 2F1, a reserve attack Jacksonville, and guest speakerat
cutting honors at Saturday's ceremony commissioning VA-203. squadron which trained under the commissioning ceremony,
NARTU Jax. Besides its said that constant effort will be
Weekend Warrior personnel, the needed by the squadron's officers
GI Life Insurance squadron also has a complementof and men to fulfill its objective of
regular Navy officers and 4a 4 readiness.'In .
enlisted men who will maintain this regard,' he said, 'It is
Boosted to. $15.000 squadron readiness when the worthy,, to note that VA-203 is
reservists are in a non-drill ideally located to achieve this
J
status. ., objective in the shortest period of
Jax-AII servicemen automatically gained an additional LCdr. C.A. Andrews will serveas time He noted that the
$5,000 worth of life insurance under the Ser the squadron's officer-in :" Jacksonville complex is home of

vicemen's Group Life Insurance plan June 25, accordingto charge in the absence of Cdr. i the Atlantic Fleet light attack
Vance. About one-third of the community and that trainingand
a Navy-wide message issued Friday.All squadron's officers and men will WING COMMANDER Cdr. target facilities are availablefor I

personnel eligible for The forms are available at be active duty personnel.The R. E. Holt is the new commander the reservists to use. ,
membership were automatically offices for those new squadron will be of recently established Attack .
personnel
insured for $15,000 instead of administered in the Carrier Air '
wishing to decline coverage or same Wing Reserve 20. Ht Salvaged A-7
$10,000, with previous select a reduced amount of manner regular fleet units and displays the new numerals
beneficiaries remaining in effect, will have the same number of displayed on one of the VA-203'a

according However to, prior the message.declinationsand coverage.Disbursing offices throughoutthe aircraft as those squadrons Skyhawfcs. Pays Off AsTrailill

automatically began
Navy
for
requests $5,000 coverageare t
for at the
checking pay everyone
now void.Members .Q
of the armed services rate of $3 per month for the full a Aid
as of July 1.
$15,000 coverage
still decline in
may participation 'Y
Reduced checkages will be made @
the insurance aircraft which had
group or request Jax-An A-7
after eligible member has
only an
coverage in $5,000 or $10,000 selected a reduced plan. -4 i once been declared a total loss is
amounts by utilizing Veterans now saving the Navy time and
Rates of have been
Administration Form 298286. coverage '- s # IL I money by operating as a trainerat
set follows: $2 month for
as per ,, m e r tow
1 FAETULANT Del Jax.
lO.OOOcoverageand $1 per month

Sewage Plait for $5,000 coverage. The $3 rate i When FAETU's Lt. Dave
for the full$15,000 was automatic. Marquis heard that an A-7 frame
Other features of the group life was available for salvage, he
insurance include;: to convince
promptly proceeded
Work Starts
Reservists are automatically officials that it could best be usedas
covered during active duty or .a training aid, and put in a
during active or inactive duty for Tk1 claim for his detachment.The .
Her Monday training under call or orders + n iM k C( !
specifying a period of 30 days or C ;: I $t Lwf airframe (less engine anda
Jax NAS Jacksonville is > few flight components) underwent -
taking a giant step in keeping less.Elections and designations I rehabilitation at Hangar
abreast of its sewage treatment normally terminate after 120 116. Under Lt Marquis' direction
needs as construction begins days following active duty or the members of the NWT
Monday on a domestic and industrial active duty for ,training un- Department rewired the frame
waste facility to replace der calls or orders which do not and restored it for classroom use.

existing treatment facilities. specify a period of 30 days or less. Prior to aquiring the A-7 air-
Jacksonville Mayor Hans This termination applies in all LL frame, FAETU would use an
Tanzler Jr., and City of cases to members who perform operational aircraft from another
Jacksonville and state officials continuous active duty for field during a portion of the
will be on hand at 9:30: a.m. in a training for more than one year. For Navy Relief Loading School. Because the

ceremony marking the beginningof Insurance terminated by plane had to be flown here, it i
the nearly $2-million project. unauthorized absence will Jax-.RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., commander Fleet Air presented an extra expenditureand
Ground will be broken near the automatically be reinstated Jacksonvillepresents a check for $32,506.30 to retired Capt. S.E. waste of time for the training
current treatment plant north of along with a designation of Wright, executive secretary of the local I auxiliary of the Navy Relief detachment. Having the trainer
the station's runways. beneficiary as of the date the Society. here saves the squadron the
Lt W. R. Mitchum said the member is restored to duty with The check represented donations of military and civilians during the money for flight hours and leaves
'new treatment facility will take recently concluded annual drive in support of the society. On hand for the operational aircraft availablefor
care of pollution control for the pay.A member on active duty or the check presentation was Capt., R. C. O'Loughlin, NAS supply officer training flights at the
air station and treat all industrial active duty for training under a ,who took the place of drive Chairman Capt. E. A. Grinstead,who squadron level.It .
I wastes from the Naval Air call or order to duty that does not has been transferred.The .
Rework Facility.' specify a period of 30 days or less check was an increase of 15 percent over last year's drive. Local is estimated that 20
The project is to be completedby will be insured until the 120th day organizations that recorded 100 percent participation in the drive .squadrons will benefit from Lt.
December 1971. Demetree after separation or release from included FAETULANT Det Jax, NARTU and the Commissary Store Marquis' foresight and quick

. Builders of Jacksonville was low active duty or active duty for Leading command donations were from NAS, Glynco, NTC Orlando action in attaining the A-7 air.
' . ', bidder on the contract training. ,and NAS, Jax. .., ,', ,.frame .for training,use.




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PAGE 2 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER JULY 1970

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Editorial ,." '>y: \
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Opportunity Unlimited ,. ,.


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.. 1I0wJ1U1diareY} l arningfrom the area in which you are stationed? I.
t No matter where jou? fire stationed, you can broaden your education. ? ; ed
There are slgnU hft&i,people to meet, and, possibly, a new languageto J CATHOLIC

speak. a
Whether in this country or overseas, almost every area has points of NAVAL AIR STATION
scenic or historical interest to visit which can make your tour of duty
I Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
more enjoyable. Sunday Mass-11:00 A.M.
People of the area to which you are assigned can help you gain Daily Mass 11:30:: A.M.
greater understanding of the area, culture and customs. As America's Saturday Confessions .
ambassadors in uniform, getting to know and understand people of a
10:30: -
foreign country will not only make your tour of duty more interesting, 11:15 a.m.
but will help our nation as well.
NAVAL HOSPITAL
If you are stationed stateside, there are unlimited activities to occupy -
.Sunday Mass 8 A.M.

NATTC
Sunday Mass 930A.M.-
niir.d Bldg. 500
TOP GIRL GUN-Lt. (Ug| ) Patricia M. Galley, of the Fleet Intelligence .
Center, received some big smiles and a trophy from Capt.
W. V. Moore after winning the Individual Women's competition in the PROTESTANTNAVAL
Sixth Naval district Pistol Matches held here recently. She will shootas
& a team member in the forthcoming fall Intra-Mural League here. HOSPITAL
Capt. Moore, commanding officer of FICEUR, holds the Sixth Naval I Sunday Worship- 10 A.M.
4 District runner-up trophy won by the FICEUR pistol team this year.
NAVAL AIR STATION
r Sur.cL,
\ Holy Communion 8:30:
A.M. Bldg. 750
Church School (all ages)
J&JrQe 9 A.M.
,!A Church
Junior (Nursery -
grade 6)) 10 A.M.
Divine Worship Service-
The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different
your off-duty time. Most areas have museums, universities, meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
concerts, sporting events and stage productions that furnish en- breakfast a.m. to 7:30 a.m.) dinner. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to Junior Youth Fellowship
tertainment 'round. 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. SSI, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.; 1 P.M. Bldg. 722
year dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m.; supper 5:00 p.m. to *:!$. Both Dining halls ob
With few exceptions, servicemen have more opportunity to travel serve the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast *::30 a.m. to ,Senior Youth Fellowship
and visit new places than any other segment of our population. 1:30: a.m. brunch 9:30: a.m.to 12:30 p.m.and supper.4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m. 1:30: P.M..Bldg.. 722
Millions of people spend billions of dollars each year to travel to the far cents Personnel dinner on and comrats brunch for may<5 cents purchase and supper breakfast for 50 and cents.early breakfast for 25
corners of our owncountryand the world, squeezing into two or three Tuesday
weeks' vacation many of the sights and activities we take for grantedor Friday,July 24 Senior Choir Rehearsal -
ignore. 7 P.M. Bldg.. 750
Get the most from your time in the Armed Forces. Take full ad- BreakfastHot Dinner Supper 'Christian Science Service
vantage of every opportunity you haveto see and learn more about our Grits Oyster Stew Chicken Cacciatore 7 P.M.
own country and the rest of the world. (AFNB) Eggs to Order Fish Platter, Perch Boiled Spaghetti
Creamed ChoppedBeef Shrimp and Scallops Pizza Pie NATTC
Baked Chicken & Rice Buttered MixedVegetables
Home Fried Macaroni & Gratin Divine Worship12 P.M.
Chaplins MessageThis PotatoesRaised i Buttered BroccoliIce Bread Pudding Bldg. 500Evening
Doughnuts Cream: Sundaes Strawberry Sauce Worship-6 P.M.

Bldg. 500
is a transcript of a popular tape recording which has been Saturday,July 2S
requested by many people:

'Groovin' on a Saturday night. There's been a battle over here. Early Breakfast Brunch Supper
Someone is bleeding, his head is bandaged. Man, he's got pain, but Hot Eggs Farina to Order Spanish Cottage Fried Beef Patties Pepper Brown Beef Steak Traffic
he's holding another man's head. The other guy doesn't move. He's Griddle Cakes PotatoesButtered Mashed Gravy Potatoes
dead. I know 'em both.Groovin"on Baked Sausage Whole Buttered Succotash
ViolationsThe
Patties Kernel Corn Broccoli Polonaise
a Saturday night, in a groovy swamp in groovy mud Raisin Rolls Ice Cream Cups Spice Cake
and water up to my neck. Butter Cream icing

Groovin' on a Saturday night. All dressed up in style jazzy, multicolored Sunday,July 24
-to make me look like a bush.
following is a report of
Groovin' on a Saturday night. There's been a battle over here. Men Early BreakfastHot Brunch Supper motor vehicle accidents and
have hurt men over here. Killed men. Groovin' on a Saturday night. Eggs Oatmeal to Order Grilled Cheese Ham Sandwiches&. Onion Grilled Gravy Pork Chops traffic violations for the period

Groovin' ona Saturday night.With groovy smells jungle rot, oil on French Toast French Fried Franconla Potatoes July 612.
my rifle mixed with burned powder. And the dead. Yeah, the dead. Minute Steaks PotatoesHot Buttered Fresh
Bear Claws
Someone's making coffee, I can smell that, too. Date bread. Somebodysent Ice Cream Baked Cups Beans Sprouts Frozen Brussel Number of Accidents

it from home. Apple Pie

Groovin' on a Saturday night Bright lights on a Saturday night. This week6..
Not flashing peons, baby more like fireworks punctuated with Monday July 27 Total, accidents this year

flying lead. And the shrapnel's a groovy blast. BreakfastButtered Dinner Supper through July 12 183.

Groovin' on a Saturday night.Some of us pray over here in the battle Hominy Grits Knickerbocker Soup Roast Veal Loaf Number of accidents through
Eggs to Order
the suffering, the brave, the afraid, the dying some of us pray. French Toast Natural Pepper Steak Pan Gravy Brown Gravy July 1969.238.
They say God cares about a guy who's praying. They say that's what Broiled Bacon Mashed Potatoes Steamed Buttered Rice Total number of days since last
Christianity is all about, you know. Christ also suffered, died, living Slices Sauteed CornPumpkin SpearsIce Broccoli injury in a motor vehicle accident
again to bring hope and comfort to a guy who believes it's true. God, I Cake Doughnuts Spice Topping Pie Cream Cups 38.

hope so.Groovin'.
on a Saturday night' Tuesday,July 21
Number of Violations

Breakfast Dinner Supper
Hominy Grits Beef Rice Soup Grilled This week
Hamburgersor 39
Eggs to Order Country Style
Creamed Cheeseburgers Speeding 11
Chipped ChickenChicken
JAX AIR NEWSThe French Fried
Beef Gravy Potatoes Reckless Driving 0
Home PotatoesChocolate Fried Glazed Sweet Spanish Style Lima Going through stop sign 4

Doughnuts PotatoesButtered Hominy Buttered Beans Brussels Other violations 24

JAX AIR NEWS ,is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper Creole Green Beans Sprouts ,
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Vanilla Devils Food Cream Cake Bread Pudding Twenty two drivers appeared
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing' Company, a Icing Lemon Sauce before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
private firm. All Copy submitted for use 'in the JAX AIR NEWS Wednesday,July 2t July 16. Disposition of the
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS cases included the following:
Jacksonville, by 12:00.noon on Monday before publication. News Buttered Breakfast Farina Spilt Dinner Pea Soup Supper Sixteen lost driving and parking
items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 772-3118 or Scrambled Eggs Simmered Corn Beef Sweet and Sour Pork privileges aboard station for
3119. Blueberry GriddleCakes Hot Mustard Sauce Chicken a la King various periods; ten were
Rice .
Boiled Potatoes Pilaff assigned to complete an eight-
Buttered
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Baked Patties Sausage Buttered Buttered Carrots Cabbage Ice Cream Asparagus Sundaes hour course in remedial driving;
concerning such should be directed to: Praline BunsBreakfast Blueberry Pie three received suspensions; one
was given a warning; two were
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY dismissed; nine were fined (U. S.
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Thursday,July 30 Commissioner:) and one was

Telephone 388.2755 Dinner referred to his commanding
Hot Rolled Oats New England Clam Supper Baked officer for possible. disciplinaryaction.

VOL. 28 NO. 18 JULY 23,1970 Eggs Griddle to Cakes Order .Deep.Chowder Fried Fish Pizza PieNormandie Lasagna .

Fried Ham Slices Scalloped Ham Carrots
Cinnamon Rolls Macaroni and Tomatoes Chocolate Pudding Seven drivers were assessed
Whipped Topping eighteen traffic points.



23,1970 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 3


j Health Benefits Exclude ,"


j'I All On-the-Job InjuriesWashington :i


}.,, Government medicine and medical attention, "
t employees are reminded by the plus free hospitalization when \
Ii 11 1 Civil Service Commission that needed. "
t on-the-Job injuries are not If a worker does not have an- '
covered by the health benefits nual and sick leave, or does not '
r ii program. choose louse them,hels entitled to I
: The commission reports thereis money benefits for the time off
much confusion over the the job. There is a three-day :
__ payment for treatment of such waiting period before the money
Scheffer injuries. benefits begin, unless the injury
Wilson SparkmanThree
Some injured employees have is permanent or lasts more than
been treated by their own 2l-days beyond any sick or an-
PWD Civilians Retire nual leave
a worker chooses to
physicians, assuming coverage
under the benefits program. The use.
action has resulted in a financialloss

And Supply Presents AwardsJaxThree because, the along commission with not reports being, Now ID Office Heirs

air station Performance check. Childresshas covered by the health benefits
employees Jerome P. Cowart, supervisory
retired from Public a work error rate of less than supply data assistant; Joseph program, the employee loses Jax LCdr. 0. C. Andersen,
Works Department, and several Dominic, supply systems Bureau of Employees's Compensation security officer, has announcednew
Supply Department employees one percent. Quality Step In. analyst; and Floyd Rhoden, coverage because of operational hours for the
received checks and awards last creases were presented to supply data assistant. improper reporting. Pass and Identification Office
week.. r- --. L..:...! ..r'l1'ltVSf"l ..- On-the-job injuries must be located in Bldg. 9.
Capt. R. T., Hardy public www, '""'"wrw" wrw.wrl wrww s reported to the responsible
works officer presented supervisor and the Civilian The new hours' for the office are
retirement plaques to three men Employee's Health Service from 8 a.m., to 4 p.m., Monday
from' the Utilities Division. The .. within 48 hours. Any claim must through Friday. This will provide
be presented to the Bureau of more time for personnel to
plaques were presented during
dinner ceremonies at. the Can- Employee's Compensation.. conduct necessary business for
dlelight to Locklin M. Scheffer Employees injured during their vehicle and personal
entitled to free identification.
boiler workinghoursare
plant operator; James H.
Wilson, boiler plant operator;
and Kenneth M. Sparkman
foreman, boiler plant operator. MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll
On July 16, Capt; R. C.
O'Laughlin, supply officer RanksAll
presented a 20-year length of AgesLOW
service pin to Mrs. Emmaline W.
Bargovick. Capt. 'O'Loughlin RATES
presented Morgan L. Childress, a
packer in the Traffic Division of
Supply a Sustained SuperiorRETIRING EASY MONTHLYPAYMENTS

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CONTINENTAL INSURANCE
..or leaving

the Service? .I UNDERWRITERS INC.
.BIG SAVINGS Capt., D. H., Helle, NARF commanding officer, ,
MAKE YOUR SERVICE delivers a $500 beneficial suggestion check to planner and estimatorIra (Formerly McOougall's Insurance)
Blue. Blue's suggestion will change the rework of the variable 6479 Roosevelt Blvd., 388 7676
TRAINING 'AYIII!!! ramp curtain assembly In the air induction system of the A-5' aircraftfor CALL U&ANYTIME
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ARC Warns Lightning Can Be HazardLightning Vet's Readjustment



in summer thunder- from trees and take refuge in a places, radiators, stoves, metal
storms can be a deadly hazardfor ditch, cave or canyon. Avoid hill pipes, sinks, bathtubs, and don't Programs ExtendedPresident
golfers, fishermen, hikers tops, open spaces, wire fences, use plug-in electrical equipmentlike
and other outdoor sportsmen out metal such as golf clubs and radios, televisions, lamps,
for an afternoon of fun and relaxation fishing rods, exposed sheds and hair dryers, electric toothbrushes -
cautions the AmericanRed any electrically conductive elevated or electric razors. Nixon has issued an executive order extending the
Cross. objects, he added.If Vietnam era veterans readjustment appointments program in the
Robert M. Oswald, national you are outside when a federal government.The .
director of Red Cross Safety storm occurs, don't handle flam- order provides employment opportunities, coupled with
Programs, said, "People on golf mable materials in open con- training or education, for returning veterans who may need special
courses, in open areas, or who tainers, get out of water and assistance in transition from military life to a satisfying
making a
are in or on the water are in out of small boats, and don't use
thunderstorms. civilian career.
danger during
farm machinery such as tractorsin
Lightning can strike anywhere, field. However, auto- 1' ca The program is open to officers and personnel people are familiar "
but it usually strikes the hIgh- an open and enlisted men and women with the provisions of the
mobiles offer excellent lightning
est point, so if you are caughtout protection, so stay in the car if who have less than 14years' Civil Service Commission and
the the best education and are veter-
in open, courseis covering readjust-
you are traveling or seek shelterin agency policy
of the Vietnam era-the
to seek shelter immediately. ans and
is ment appointments, carry
it if no other shelter near.
period beginning 4, 1964.
Aug. them out "both in letter and
Citing safety precautions recommended Mr. Oswald said that homes iiwio\\ They may receive a "veteran's spirit."
by the Environmental should be protected with a properly readjustment appointment" to Base personnel or educationoffices
Science Services Administration installed and maintained any position in the competitive overseas and in the
Mr. Oswald said that whena service in grades GS-3 throughGS been
lightning protection system, United States, have sup-
storm approaches, shelter and residents should stay indoors >5, or their equivalent.A plied with information about the
should be sought in a building. during a storm. Stay a- a 4U4A1UWl veteran given a readjust- program.VA174's.
ment appointment must be enrolled -
If none is available keep away WAV fMm nnn windows Are-
in a training or education
program developed by the O'Hora
agency for which he,works.

TRANS-WORLD IMPORTERS. Under completes the order the, an training employewho or Makes 260,000th'

education and. who. has .
** program :
:: AS SEEN ON TV satisfactorily completed. :two Lexington TrapA
years of "substantially" contin
uous service under a readjust recorded mile
VA-174 pilot a
ment. appointment will be con- stone arrested landing aboard the
verted to career-conditional or
c\ career employment, and will USS Lexington (CVT-16) during
..N automatically acquire a com- training exercises last week.
; petitive status. Lt. (jg)James R.O'Hora made
The order also permits: the 260,000th arrested landing
S Reassignment and promo- July 13 during carrier
tions, making readjustment appointments -
qualification.
attractive to
more
veterans. He is completing training in the

Maximum flexibility in developing A-7 Corsair. During the carrier
training or education qualifications, pilots record 10
programs tailored to meet the day landings and six night lan-
$40 value elsewhere needs of both the veteran and dings to complete their final
I i the agency that employs him. phase of training with VA-174.
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i / NEW Takes CommandOf





I BUGHOUSE Air installation StationJax'This has been

one of the most important
t avaition complexes in the

I !; Naval Air Forces Atlantic Fleet

Team for nearly 30 years, and it

I is both gratifying and impressive

IN TOWN today to see its command pass
from an incumbent with an
-
I outstanding record to an out-
TOM BUSH VOLKSWAGENat standing successor.'

These were the remarks of

REGENCY SQUARE 9850 Atlantic Blvd. VAdm. Robert L. Townsend,
guest speaker at the NAS changeof

NEW command ceremony Friday,
1970 VW-$1920 dwwr.M. John R. Kincaid becamethe
EVACUATED customary ritual of boys chasing girls reversed as Capt

FULL PRICE Itself on a large scale Tuesday when 'Hurricane Becky' persued 200 twentieth commanding of.
DELIVERED IN JACKSONVILLE
ficer of the Naval Air Station
Navy Pilots from the storm-threatened airfields of NAS Pensacola to ,
COMPLETE SELECTION OF the relatively sheltered runways of NAS, Jax and Cecil Field. The relieving Capt Henry O.Cutler,

100% GUARANTEED USED CARS continue planes remained her manhunt there elsewhere.until Becky decided to leave Pensacola and who since had July served 1968. in that position

'To support I this complex
organization admiral stated
VOLKSWAGENS OTHER 'MAKES VP-45 Honors Three 'The commanding officer of the,

Naval Air Station must be an
Jax-The 'Red Darter of the target on a highly classified unusually astute manager. He is
',,VW CAMPER All the comforts 70PONTIACLEMANS.2DrV. Month' and two other VP-45 petty mission in the Atlantic in 1969.' faced with
of home while camping, and a 8. A lovely gold color and loaded officers honbred simultaneously a
were during The letter further his
versatile station wagon while with extras. Factory warranty praised diminishing budget for support-
driving ....$3095 available. 9,700miles., ...$3295 squadron ceremonies recently. imagination and ingenuity in and with rising prices-yet he still
PN2 Elliot Kaplitz of the ad- developing and administering the
must find
49 VW SEDAN Equipped with 70 OLDS CUTLASS 2 Door ministrative ways to maintain
radio heater, leatherette Hardtop, V-8, Power steering and department was Jezebel Improvement Program, buildings and facilities; to
upholstery. Beautiful beige won't brakes, radio, heater, automatic presented a letter of recognitionfor helping in the improved per provide utilities and spare partsto
show dirt. ...$1795 transmission, canary yellow with excellence of performance by formance of all sensor operatorsand the commands he supports
black vinyl top, sporty mag ;
the
'48 VW SEDAN ((7 of them) wheels. Factory warranty squadron executive officer, increasing overall squadron and to insure that operational
Standard 4 speed. trans., radio, available. 12,500 miles. ..$3495 Cdr. S.J. McArdle Jr. The readiness. readiness of fleet units is not
,
heater ,
push out windows commander
leatherette upholstery. Colors ',, CHEVROLET CAMARO 2 congratulated PN2 Larry W. Harris receiveda lessened for lack of support while
Red, White, door hardtop, V.,, automatic Kaplitz on his selection as the letter of appreciation which here.
Blue and Beige. ...$1595 transmission, radio, heater, navy squadron's outstanding memberfor was forwarded from commander 'To accomplish this job he must
blue,white wall tires, 13,000 miles, July based on his 'constant
With automatic ...$1695 factory warranty avalla ,,.... devotion to and desire to Oceanographic System Pacific in plan well. He must manage very
...$ duty
transmission which he was commended for his effectively. More importantly,
49 PLYMOUTH FURY 112 door always contribute
outstanding
outstanding performance as a his leadership must build the
With automatic transmission and hardtop, V.8, attractive turquoise. performance.'The citation stated j I I
air conditioning t..$1795 Loaded with extras, Including member of the staff from October. spirit that makes every one put
'61 VW SQUAREBACK A versatllemldl factory air conditioning....$2695 administrative that Kaplitz' contribution to the 1967 to June 1970. forth their very best effort to help
.size station wagon style department him support his activities.
48 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE 'deserves the of the entire His letter read in part: 'Your
car. ...$1695 praise
Malibu door hardtop, V 8, devotion to duty and the 'Naval Air Station Jacksonville
prompt
,
squadron.
'61 VW FASTBACK The beautiful automatic radio heater power has demonstrated time and
steering, air conditioning Prior to his attentive, courteous manner in
factory departure from VP-
midi-size car with the 'slipstream'styling
again that it does indeed have
and good gas economy. Air Low mileage. ...$2195 45, AWl James E. Davidson which you handled each assignedtask
conditioned, automatic tran has been this positive spirit'Capt .
received letter sincerely appreciated.
'47 PLYMOUTH FURY II 4 door a of commendation
Cutler who has been
emission radio heater ,
You to this
hardtop. V 8, radio, heater, from Cdr. McArdlefor reported
leatherette
upholstery.$1995 automatic transmission, power his His staff as a PNSA and were tran- assigned to the staff of com
past performance.
steering, air conditioned. Quite a mander U.S. Naval Support and
47 VW SEDAN (3 of them) letter read in part: 'Your sferred as a PN2, a direct resultof
Radio, heater, leatherette bargain ...$1695 the experience and knowledge Striking Forces, Southern
upholstery, push-out windows. superior skill and performanceas Europe, in Naples, Italy expressed -
67 VW SQUAREBACK Air gained by untiring efforts. ,
...$1395 an acoustic your
conditioned, radio, heater, push. sensor operatorwere his regrets of leaving'the
out, windows, white wall tires, particularly evidenced by You are to be congratulated on
With Muffler and air most challenging and exciting
Empl con
ventshades. Lovely diamond blue detection your exceptional advancement
analysis and
ditionlng your '
.. $1595 command in the Navy.
$1495 record this
... of during period.
: recording a very significant
66 VW SQUAREBACK Radio, 'The past two years have beenan
heater, white wall tires, push.out
The dealer 100%to windows, attractive beige lI extremely difficult adjustment
replace the.ngln.guoronUei,rontmlulon,reor"polror axle, ...51295 I\\9p \J\I.I'\nl.l,\ ((01P0\ period for NAS
front oxl. OMenbllei,. brokeryt.rw and '66 VW SEDAN Radio, heater, Jacksonville,' he said 'Large
.I.ctdcolryrten.for30days or 1000 milei,
,
white tires
push-out windows wall
whichever"" .tyil.At no coil lo you %, THIS reductions in Defense Depart-
blue
Pretty baby ...$1195plus COUPON GOOD FOR 11: ment funds have caused

L\ 1 Danish smoked salami significant reductions in
other
...... good ( ( available manpower and
material here.

cars sold "as is"These for only $1.49. loyalty'It has, highest only been dedication through, and the

cars have not yet been through our 16 point Inspection Reg. Price $1.79 superb skill of our officers,
programs and therefore cannot carry our 100 percent warranty mJ: enlisted men and women, and our
sticker. C ESE 1fIIJtB Qs\O superior civilian work force, that

JI t we have been able to fulfill our

VOLKSWAGEN \. ROOSEVELT MALL r assigned mission of service and
44 PONTIAC CATALINA 2 door support to the Fleet'The
hardtop, automatic' transmission,
44 VW SEDAN ......... 1109S.bucket seats, radio, heater, power captain also expressed his

'45 VW SEDAN............. $1095. steering, and brakes. ...$ 995 gratitude to the city of
Jacksonville for the and
support
'45 VW SEDAN Air, '45 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD .
conditioned .... ........ $1195. Beautiful turquoise. Luxurious cooperation which it rendered to
'44 VW SEDAN........ $995. driving Loaded with extras in. GOOD USED FURNITURE the air station during his tour

'40 VW SEDAN............. S495.eluding air conditioning! ...$1595 here. 'Community relations have

'40 VW SEDAN........... $495. 45 MUSTANG V-8, automatic never been finer and are without
transmission. Factory air, loaded Bargain Prices! equal anywhere else in the Navy,'
with extras. ?$ 995 he remarked.

OTHER MAKES 'FALCON Station Wagon, 6 WE HAVE JUST TRADED FOR After Capt Cutler read his
cylinder, automatic transmission, orders, the new Commanding
',,CHEVROLET MALIBU Super radio, heater, air conditioned. 2 FULL HOUSES OF FURNITURE Officer
Kincaid did
Capt. ,
sport 2 door hardtop radio
...$ 995 '
heater, flashy red with black vinyl likewise and delivered a brief
top, 11,000 miles. Factory that he looked
'61 COMET 4 door, Automatic speech stating
warranty still available.' A very transmission, radio, heater. forward to his tour here. 'My dooris
sharp car with 396' VS and
standard transmission. ...$2495 ...$ 595 always open,' he said, en-
O O couraging the personnel under
CARAVEL
RENAULT
48 PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER. 41
2 door, automatic transmission, Convertible with extra In. his command not to hesitate

radio, heater. ...$16 95'' terchangable hardtop, white, bringing their problems and
radio, heater. ...$ 395 suggestions to his attention while
67 CHEVROLET IMPALA
Super
Sport, 2 door hardtop, air conditioned '40 BUICK CONVERTIBLE An he is in charge of the air station.JULY23,1970 .
automatic transmission, exceptionally clean and well
power steering, brakes and preserved car with very low
windows. Glistening gold with mileage for its age. Must be seen to i..
black vinyl top and gold interior. appreciate this bargain....$ 595 .
Low mileage ...$1895BUSH

A DIVISION OF MOBILE-LIVING INC.

TOM VOLKSWAGEN 2200 Atlantic Mayport Beach Rd. 6263 BoulevardPh. Roosevelt i IT!


at REGENCY SQUARE .246-1246 Phone 384-5589


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Gray D''I.rts'' .,.y.



NAS MedicalOfficer

S i$ a rr


Promoted Admiral <


NAS JACKSONVILLE, Fla (July 9))..A small town f
country doctor whose love for flying kept pulling him _

back to active naval service will become one of only 15

admiral-doctors when his two-star flag is raised over :

NAS Pensacola July 31. _

On that day, Capt. Oscar Gray Jr., senior medical k ____ ,_
officer at NAS Jacksonville for the past two years, will

become a rear admiral and assume command of the ipIp 4 p :- !

Naval Aerospace Medical Center in Pensacola.

Doctor Gray, 54, became interested time allowed and flew around a t/h '% f n 1
in flying in 1940 when he over the Arkansas hills. Rib ;' .
<<
Invested$25 to learn to fly througha 'The practice was demandingand 4: q 44
Civilian Air Patrol program. whenever I -.
1.1
But flying soon took a back seat would try to fly ;! I.
when he began to study medicineat If there was an
<
the. University of Akansas, ,patient needed !; ,f" 4 #/ /4M
although he did find time to enrollin the nurses would "; : t : '
a Navy training program.On over a bush in ; : t. "
active duty in 1944 he hospital. Then, I'd ; -1"\: "
was an ;; .;, ..., ,:;,
., : :!" '
intern ,at. the Naval Hospital, hospital said.
Portsmouth, Va., until.reporting Called back to '. L. Me Roberts and corpsman
aboard a destroyer mine sweeperin during the Korean
the Atlantic in the fall of that Gray attended the a assignment for which he was
that decorated with the Bronze Star
year. Later he reported to Port of Aviation
senior and Air Medal for meritorious
Lyautey, French Morocco, wherehe sacola, and was .
served until released from flight surgeon in ; aircraft service.
After air Capt. Gray, the son of the late
active duty in May 1946. serving
aircraft to NAS Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Gray Sr. of
Entering private practice, he squadron
set up an office in Jacksonville, returned to his as the Little Rock,Ark., is one of the
Ark.and recruiting a partner in the summer of the 1st three Navy doctors President
built and operated a nine-bed 'But the -an Nixon nominated for promotionto
general hospital in the rural connected with rear,admiral last month.
community of 2500. plus the Florida'J His wife is the former Miss
Still interested in flying, Capt. people in fine Betty Rogers of Little Rock and
Gray rented a small plane when with whom I had the couple has four children. The
oldest two sons have both com
pleted their military service and
are students at the University of
eBob's> Oak Hill the war. California at Santa Barbara. A
daughter is a junior at the
Diego University of Florida, and the
Pure Service youngest son is a high school

student.
.
\ of Capt. Gray's relief as NAS
:; Open for your convenience 6 a.m10 Institute' Jacksonville's medical officer

Aviation will be Capt. J.H. Britton, who
roid service pick vp 1 He reported from the Bureau of
Health Medicine and Surgery,
ochnic duty Anoricii I
01 of Washington, D.C.
in
PHONE 103rd & .' He Two Advise StcNw

771.9156 Jacksonville, in Washington (AFPS--Two
ensign in May 1943 and served as health there. public committees of Navy and Marine
retirees have been formed to
advise the Secretary of the Navyon
matters relating to retired
personnelOne
committee is composed of
officer retirees (one member of
flag rank), and the other of
r A enlisted, E-7's: and higher, Each
has nine members and four
alternates.PA'.
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Indianapolis500 Featured



At Highway Safety Program


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Jax-A highway safety those Indianapolis drivers who the team. Today 10 well-known
program, featuring Indianapolis have completed the 500 miles Indy drivers comprise the
500 driver Chuck Stevenson will without relief at an average regular group in this program.
be presented in King Hall, Bldg. speed of more than 100 miles an Awards from the National
563 next week. hour. Two years ago he announced Safety Council, the Alfred P.
.aw All interested personnel and, his retirement from the Sloan Foundation, Public
D1 their dependents are invited to sport and now devotes his full Relations Society of America,
Y 3 waye4 attend the one-hour presentationswhich time to the Champion Highway and United States Auto Club and
w V ,, I t will be held Monday and Safety Program. Continental Casualty Insurance
Tuesday at 1 p.m. On Monday at Launched in 1953 with only one Company hae been presented to
: 3:10: p.m., students of AE and driver, the program was such a Champion Spark Plug Companyof
HELPING HANDS Th CPO Wives Club Treasurer, Alice King NDI Schools may attend the success that additional Indianapolis Toledo for developing and
(R), and Mrs. Ruth McClellan (far R), ways and means chairman program, and on Tuesday at 3:30: stars were added to maintaining the program.
joined club President,Mrs. I ro Mi Her,to present checks to SKCM J. A. p.m. the driver will speak to AO
Kemp and Mrs. Emma Taylor. The checks School students and MATSG
are the proceeds of the VW-4 PO Commended
recent wives club raffles. Club Chaplain, Mrs. Taylor, accepted the personnel.The .
checks on behalf of the Jacksonville Way Inn and Sunland. The Way same program will be
Inn will receive 50 sheets and food stuffs and Sunland, home for exceptional presented at 8:30: and 10:30: a.m.
children, will receive a new clothes dryer. Chief Kemp, at Cecil Field's Theater July 29. Squadron Ceremonies
President of the CPO Club Advisory Board,accepts the check that will Now in its 16th year, the
be a part of their donation to the Florida Sheriff's Boy's Ranch. Champion Spark Plug Programhas
carried the message of safetyto Jax-PRl Richard- G. Conrad, a got his boat underway.The .
more than 12 million people. A Vietnam veteran serving with 'second encounter came a
HOLDING A SHARE% Of YOUR FD1WBKB veteran of Indianapolis and many VW-4, was recently awarded two month later on a similar patrol.His .
other tracks across the nation, Navy Commendations with citation reads that 'after
l
Stevenson i is. well qualified to Combat 'V's and a Letter of having extracted friendly troopson
r I speak on the subject. In 1964, he Commendation for his 12monthtour the upper Cal Be River and
went out of a race on the third in Vietnam. while proceding out of the enemy
lap, a victim of the crash and fire The awards, from the commander infested area, his patrol was
which took the lives of drivers River Flotilla Five in suddenly illuminated by two
Eddie Sachs and Dave Mac- Vietnam, were prsented to him flares. At the same instant, a
Donald. He was immediately by RAdm. Lawrence W. watermine exploded under his
behind the accident and drove Heyworth during squdron boat, lifting it out of the water
through the wall of flame and ceremonies. and putting two machine guns out
smoke, hitting a broken part on Petty Officer Conrad was cited of action. Also, a B-40 rocket hit
the track and damaging his own for two separate encounters with the forward gun tub of the cover
!
ALL
WHOLESALE TO running gear. the enemy. On the first occasionhe boat, killing one man and
In 1965, a burned piston was a boat captain of a routine wounding all others on board.
sidelined him; and in 1967, just two-boat patrol on the Cai( Lon Simultaneously, the patrol
NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES prior to qualifying, he was River which set a night waterborne received heavy enemy automatic
NEW & USED TV SETS hospitalized with an illness which guardpost when suddenlythe weapons fire from positions on
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES prevented him from racing. enemy threw a hand grenadeinto both banks of the river.'
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS Stevenson has competed in all his boat and opened fire. The citation continued.'Petty
AIR CONDITIONERS types of racing, winning the According to his citation Conrad Officer Conrad quickly and
Mrs.am. 7pm. Come In& Browse Mexican Road Race in 1952 and instantly manned a machinegun skillfully regained control of his
the national big car driving where he was directly exposed boat and instantly directed
WESCONNET FURNITURE CO championship the same year. He to the grenade and immediately deadly, accurate suppressive fire
is a member of the Champion 100 silenced the enemy from his
remaining weapons.
> W> WE SCONNE TT n'n' jr.! ?7 I 07SO
Mile An Hour Club, reserved for fire. Without hesitation he then While still ian unsecure area, he
I skillfully maneuvered his boat

TOP HAT DRIVE' IN cover alongside boat the so badly that the damaged patrol

officer and corpsman could go
Good aboard.' Conrad also wears
Eating, nine Bronze Stars to the Viet

Fast Service. namese Service Medal.
During the same awards
Chicken ceremony, 17 enlisted men were
advanced in rate. The men who
Steaks
were presented advancement
Seafood certificates are ATC R. E.
Waters,AMS2 L.N.Bish,ATN2 S.
2045 BLANDING BLVD. PH. 388-9553 S. Hamilton, ADR2 G.E.
Haslouer, AMH2 M.A. Poliska,
AE2 W. F. Vogel, ATN3 D.A.
Aldridge, ATN3 C.W. Bratton,
BIG CHIEF TIRE CO. PRESENTS. ATN3 R.A. Crookshank, AE3 D.
L. Hankins, ADR3 J.A. Hooper,
Move out the perfected radial tire. ATR3 J.J. Nelson, ATR3 P.W.

Sallcup, ATN3 A.A. Thomaston,
THEBRIDGESTONESUPER ATN3 W. R. Thompson III, AMS3

with an HFC TraveloanLeave SPEED A.D.Yazell.Wlson and ATR3 R.L.

The certificates were

time coming up? Let HFC help you presented by Cdr. A. 'F' Marsh,
RADIAL
M (RD-20)) commanding officer of VW4.If .
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spot. with an HFC Traveloan. cover Check These Features: think you that ask I me shall I will never agree see, a I

every cost. And you can repay when you re 1 1. longer tif -Rigid belts under the poem so lovely as a t'ree-A
turn, on your choice of convenient terms. Call .. S.tread reduces tread movement& wear tree day pass made out to me.
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Publisher 'r Call: 388-2755 SCHEDULEThursday

JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

NASJackconviile!: for publication the following Thursday Ads
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i .',. publisher Is Instructed otherwise A check or
July 23 Tuesday,July 28
money order for the full cost of the ad must be

., received WITH the for the
ad.
copy NAS: 'One More Time' starring NAS: 'The Night They RaidedMinskys'
RATEi Minimum ((3 lines) $2.00
4747 San Juan Avenue charge
Sammy Davis Jr. and Peter starring Jason Robardsand
Jacksonville, Florida : Per additional line (4 words per line) SO Cents Lawford. Color comedy. 'GP' G. Britt Ekland. Color musical

(90 mins.) comedy. 'GP' V.G. (100 mins.)

i Hospital: 'Suppose They GaveA Hospital: The Gypsy Moths'

War And Nobody Came'
HOUSE FOR SALE
<...N'O:<<'A '}W t":1: starring Tony Curtis and Ernest Wednesday,July 29
4BR., 2B., Garage, Fenced yd. r.
:!:1:;: M Qxif: ijIEI i! Covered patio.$SOD Down. Total price. x:iiAt1 t91rJy: : tJ ltJ Borgnine. Color comedy. 'GP'

$15,900. 5921 Norde Dr. E, 771-4521 V.G. ((113 mins.) NAS: 'Fora Few Dollars More'
after 6 p.m. starring Clint Eastwood and Lee

SERVICE WIVES 24 Van Cleef. Color western. 'GP' E.
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE OR RENT AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast Friday, July
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 ((130 mins.)
or RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your and West Coast 3533691.
1022 Park Street, 3547888. equity or let us rent your home. NAS: 'Night Of The Following Hospital: 'The Night They
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for Day' starring Marlon Brando and Raided Minsky's'
map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor
WJFAIRLANEExcellent Richard Boone. Color drama. 4R
PAY DAY BLUES Mills, USN Ret. 244-2411
Ever looked at your check on paydayand ORANGE PARK REALTY Condition, New tires,$500 or E. ((93 mins..)
found there wasn't enough? Part. MILITARY, FREE NOTARY. best offer. Call 388-3989.
Hospital: 'One More Time'Saturday Officers Hold
time Mon. thru Frl.Salary. Call 388.
7298.Clean Air Distributing Company. AUTO FOR SALE ,.
DRS. INLET 1931 Model 'A'. 2Dr., deluxe sedan, ,July 25
WANTED Large waterfront lot, landscaped, w new tires, completely re-built, except Hiil Firawtll
Officers wife looking for babysitter for bulkhead & flowing well. Call Elmer upholstery $995 3817916. NAS: 'Crimson Cult'" starring ,
an 8 mo. old baby. 2 days a week. Call Raisch for quick purchase-353-5865 or Boris Karloff and
after 5 772-737)), Frank P, Oliver, Realtor 3967769.. VOLVO Christopher Tomorrow Nifht
Lee. Color horror drama. 'GP' G. .
1 yr. old, AT., Air, R&H., New 71 tag.
4Dr., Perfect, like new. $2400. Mr. (87 mins.)
ii: [MISCELLANEOUS xrawnM. mava Ypa,tr>:rr.xys r,:mym.; t..1 .::-V"f:.'.;;: .f,RENTALSx: ; i 15;! : Tanner 3553 or 7339516. Hospital: 'Night Of The Jax-There will be a Hail and

: .vsvv.y.f ft,sXvvXX:XvWbP;;v.;v.W.VA.*X>-..&v.-.y'.>s:< Following Day' Farewell party tomorrow at the
67 MOB NAS Matinee: 'Five Weeks in a officers' club from 7 to 9 p.m. to
New tires, 33,000 miles. Very good Balloon' honor several and
BE A RADIO OR ORANGE PARK cond. 7714257. starring Red Buttons departing
TV ANNOUNCER 2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn. and Fabian. Color comedy. ((101' arriving officers. Light Hors
Recorded message by leading an. Dishwasher Carpets, Drapes. mins.) D'Oeuvres will be served in the
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. Elizabeth Apts., 111.1105or771.3355 1955TBIRD St John's Room and the chargeper
3552944.NEW Conv., Needs Fabric & Minor repairs.
771-3211 Ext. 342. J. B. Bailey. Sunday, July 26 person is $1.50 Dress is
OAK HILL casual.
RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS 5430 Carden Rd. 3BR., Separate NAS: 'A Walk in the Spring Farewell honors are for Cdr.
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape Dining Rm., Carpeted Living room & 1966VW
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Hall. Air Condo unit. Available Aug. 1 Very clean, good cond. Call 7710200. Rain' starring Anthony Quinn George H. Eckert Jr. and Lt.
'" stock. Full warrantyl Phone 771-0409. $115. per mo. Call 2467065. Only $895. and Ingrid Bergman. Color Dennis' Ireland who are getting

romantic, drama. 'GP' V.G. ((100 I orders. Also LCdr. Mary D.

AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE mins.) Burnside, Mr. Jay Ellis and Lt.
Auto AC., central & window units : Hospital: 'Crimson Cult' Richard A. Malahowski who are

serviced Tylers Heating& repaired.& Air Conditioning frj t4L1Y : retiring.

4711 Palmer (Lake Shore. ) Monday,July 27 Those being welcomed aboardare
388.5161 Capt. J.R. Kincaid, Capt.
?'tl t ivi }' ># + NAS: 'The Gypsy Moths' R.C. O'Loughlin, Marine Capt R.

LIVECRABSANDFRESHFISH starring Burt Lancaster and Smith, LCdrs. H.T. Chastain,

Wilford'S Fish Camp. 264-9707, L"r f '' t 3 Deborrah) Kerr.'Color drama. 'R' R.J. Fitzsimmons Jr., J.W.
,, s 01' E. (110 mins.) Purtee, W.R.Snyder, C. D. Ray,

Hospital: 'A Walk in the Spring Lt. A.R. Taylor, LtJg( ) S.J.
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69 VW Sedan $2095Black

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tl ifiitj H9J.:!Ia '$ ,.
: < Y; and AIR CONDITIONING!

69 VW Sedan $2050

JUTISSTRAILER PARK : wkiaa tJYd a Red, 13,000 miles, R&H, WWT and AIR CON-
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern DITIONINGI!
trailer and Apts. 38 .3007. EXCHANGE VIEW The use of a post exchange or commissaryis
a privilege, not a right, Julie Newmar reminds as. "Guard that 68 VW Squareback $2050Blue

privilege by making only authorized purchases" (Photo courtesy' R&H, AIR CONDITIONEDI!
MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLE Columbia Pictures) ..
67 DODGE Polara $1450
(Azalea Mobile Home Park) V' Mile
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near "f EEt>OM ; Passenger Station Wagon, Power and Factory AIR
schools and shopping center. Clean, :\ CONDITIONED!

and premises.reasonable Children rates. Manager and pets.on ..... ,::4'\ Jr 1 68 FORD Cortina $1450Station

.welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 384.6264.67BELMONT ." J Wagon, 13,000 miles, R&H, Auto Transmission,

\ ,".,.;: .flFo: ;\'to.., -.J., CAMPBLANDING AIR CONDITIONED!
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<: Must sell! 12x50, 2BR., Semi 68 OLDSMOBILE"SS"$1850Power
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furnished. $800 Dn. $61.13 month. HUNTERSDEER
: Across Irom NAS Jax. 3841910. -t. steering and brakes, R&H, FACTORY AIR
SPRINGS ESTATES
CONDITIONING! '
State Rd 21 near Keystone
Hts 45 mlnutw from Jn.It 66 BONNEVILLE $1450

rirti: f!EtESTAf!J 9 i ....1 the n"Comp r the Handing South. tnlront HuntingRtrvatin. t* 4-Door Hardtop, R&H Power Steering, FACTORY

AIR! CONDITIONINGI!
Now'It th* lima I*get body
'HIDDEN WATERS' ...,; ." k far yur matt tuccaitfwl hunt'
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots CAROUSELMOBILE HOMES In, sawn '.cill'i...Camp I WESTSIDE
available. Excellent fishing, boating, sits, mobile ham tittt, cat.
Also, 1970 MODELS tag cites Watrfrnt lots,
: swimming. Mobile Home area.
One Week Special I bock.lots A .cr...*.
t permanent home area. High, wooded
lots. E.Z Terms. One mile E. Lake 12 wide, 2 br $3380 NOW h the time for the..,. I VOLKSWAGEN INC.
,,: ASbury on Nov 209. LaRue 725.3992, I ly bird t* select his camp ,
tit; 60X12 2br $4195 one w M wMI choke ones .
.., 64X 12, 3br $4695 art dill.allalll.. 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511

, as low as NEW$65 38.a month 1 BR HOMES under FHA 235 64X 12, 3br |/2bth' $4495 Clyde W.Simpson I Co.. Open at08:30. Saturday 8 to 5.

Plan. Louise T. Bailey, Broke 771-3605 5936 Phillips Hwy. 733-700 REALTOR 356.6849 Sunday 1 to 6 PMJULY23r
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SOFTBALL Wednesday, VA.46. No.2 ,54.34VA
.45. No.1 1 51.33 1
Rudies Rubles: Ed Lord 4t
.
VA 45. No.2 51.33
The final week of regular became the first 'hitter' to breakan Operations 45' .31 3
season action on Cecil Field alummium bat. The broken Marines 45.35
Softball diamonds saw VA-81 portion rocketed 200 feet down Weapons 43.37
down VC-4, 134. Loomis and the leftfield line, and the ball Dental. .. 43.37
VA 63 41 39
Wright led the VA-81 hitting dribbled all the way to the third VA.174 37-43
attack with two singles apiece. baseman. Hardee recorded his AMD 34.44VA t giii
VA-81 scored nine runs in the 5th first strikeout in three years of .46. No. 36..48
inning to ice the game. Hen- 'pitching/ Hardee's 'fast' ball is Supply Food Service 32.52 29 47

derson was winning pitcher. easily ready the batter can read AMD Avionics 22.59
VA-174,14 Marines 4. StoutpawDon the inscription 'official softball'all

Doole was rocked hard by the way to the plate, com-
Mullenix holds the
the Marines in the 1st frame and pared to Jack Fireball Mooreis Harry high .. A
was relieve4 by Stewart in the another Koufax. The game with handicap 282, and
Sandy Brian Mudar has the high series MARINES RECEIVE GOOD CONDUCT AWARDS. Six Marines
3rd. Stew shutout the Yellow scheduled game between the with the handicap 683. The from the Cecil Field Marine Barracks were presented Good Conduct
Waterites on one hit to gain the Raiders and Mayport was Midget is currently circulating a Awards July 10.Those receiving the awards were: (left to right) SSgt.

win. Denno led the Hellrazor postponed because of the Friday petition entitled: 'Be Kind to D. L. Jump, Sgt. D. L. Skipper, Cpl. T. L. Brown, Cpl. J. A. Barbrow,
batters with three straight hits. deluge of liquid sunshine. Midgets and Other Shorties!' Sgt. J. C. Barber and Sgt. J. V. Sutherlin, Capt. D. R. Randal, Marine
VC-4 bowed to VA-83, 14-8. Barracks, executive officer, presented the awards.
Relief pitcher Skele put the BOWLING Cecil To HostWomen's
brakes on a late inning

Dragonflyer rally to take the win. National League: Only five Hell IO' LCPO Retires

Celani collected two hits for the games were rolled Thursday. TourneyA I Rp d "I' '.

Rampagers.Ops Bailey was high with a 566-210; bowling tournament for AVCM Andrew R. Cavar, VA- plaque and congratulated him on
14, Marines 6. Silverstreak MacAffie rolled a 212, and military women and dependent'women well done.'
174, senior,enlisted fcdvisorwas a job ,
Hardee exercised a managerial Roberts had a 527 series. will be held at the Cecil, transferred to the Fleet, ;ltgserveJuly Chief Cavar enlisted in ,June
prerogative ('It's my ball; if Ican't Sometime ago we announcedthat Field Center Oct. 10 in
Bowling on 7 after 27 years of service. 1943. as a U. S. representative
I'll take the ball and had been
pitch' a bowling ball 11, 17, 18, 24, and 25. Cdr. W. D. Yonke, squadronXO an exchange program with Great
go home! ) by inserting himselfin found in the trashcan in the
Entrances fees are $3.00 with
per presented Chief Cavar a Britian during which time he
the lineup as a 'pitcher? The reclaimed his
alleys. owner event for all events. For
$10.00
letter of commendation, a Fleet served aboard the British
Hardee was the recipient of some ball and after a long absence
further information call Kay
Certificate squadron and
Reserve a carriers HMS Eagle HMS
lusty hitting (even Banjo Hitter from league competition, Miller 771.5368 or Cecil Field
Lord had a hit) and fielding gemsto returned Thursday to roll a fine Bowling Center.Yorktown r f Vangard. Other foreign duty
offset his somewhat terrible 514 series... shows what a calm, included embassy duty in the
'pitching' performance. Hardeewas cool, collected bowler can Mothballed Philippines and as a member of
the hitting star (he had to do achieve. i the Joint U. S. Military
WASHINGTON
(AFPS) -
Assistance Advisory Group in
something right) with an inside
American League: The aircraft carrier USS York-
.
the homer and double. Vietnam.He
park a town the famed "Fighting
The station playoffs got un Buck Vedral owned the high set Lady" of World War II-was also served two tours of
derway yesterday with VA-174 with a 571 and Wayne Riebling decommissioned June 27 at the duty at,NATTC Jacksonville as
opposing VA-83 and VA-81 takingon high game with a fine 220.Eleven Boston Naval Shipyard. an instructor, with VA-45.
AV-ORD. Action continues other bowlers had 500 sets while Hundreds .of former crew FASRON 118, FASRON 119 and
today as VA-87 and Ops play the five other bowlers broke the 200 members attended pier-side ceremonies VQ-1.Carriers which Chief Cavar

Wednesday winners at 5 and 7 game barrier.VA-46 No. 2 holds a Joseph, including"Jocko"retired Clark Admiral has served aboard include the

p.m. respectively. The final slim lead over both VA-45 teams the 27-year-old ship's first com-, USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, USS
game will be played at 7 p.m. on and Operations. Standings: manding officer. Midway and USS Coral Sea. He is
also a qualified aircrewman.Jax's f'
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IMPORTED ALFA ROMEO RENAULTVOLKSWAGEN IMPORTEDPARTS ARC Offers Life GreatestFURNITURE
.or

II ilfcl CAR PARTS Saving CourseCecil Values!

The Red Cross has
announced summer youth life WHOLESALE

COMPLETE STOCK OF BOSCH-STEBRO saving courses for beginners PRICE TOEVERYONEOPEN
IMPORTED PARTS LUCAS through senior life savers star-

ACCESSORIES & D AMCO-GIRLING ting July 28.
Senior life saving will be offered EVERYDAY
SUPPLIES'J' from 9 to 10 a.m. on

Tuesdays and Wednesdays and
from 10 to 11 a.m.Thursdays July SUNDAY

FOR;. 28 through Aug., 20. TIL & P MSURPLUS
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Fridays from 10 to 11
Hours; 8:30 AM to 5 PM (Both Stores) a.m. Aug. 5-21. GOODS I II
An awards day will be held
HEADQUARTERS FOR DUNE BUGGIES
EMERSON. STORE ONLY: AND SPEED EQUIPMENTRight Aug. 21 in the station gymnasiumat DISCOUNT I STORE
noon for top students in each
Br.Kh Blvd
category.




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,..P- NATTC: Behind The Scene 1.. I



Jax-Three NATTC chiefs were in the Navy Chief Wilson was the National Defense Medal with
transferred to the Fleet Reserve presented a letter of appreciationby bronze star, the Vietnam Service
t last week with a total of 77 yearsof the commanding officer for Medal with bronze star, the
military service between his long and faithful service. Vietnam Defense Service Medal,
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them. This service was spent with the Vietnam Campaign Medal,
Senior Chief Aviation Ord- various aviation squadrons, and others.
nancemen Robert G. Spangen- destroyers, and air stations and Chief Koscinski, his wife, and
burg was transferred to the Fleet earned him the Good Conduct three children plan to stay in the
Reserve by Capt. John E. Ken- Medal (5th Award), the United local area.
nedy with friends from AO school Nations Service Medal and two
acting as sideboys. awards of the National Defense Reenlistment
The chief whose Navy career Service Medal.
started in 1942, completed 28- The Chief, his wife and their Aviation Electrician's Mate
years of service. He was an instructor three children plan to remain in Second Class Harold D. Greene
in the Aviation Ord- the Jacksonville area reenlisted for four years on July
nanceman 'A School. A former Army man, AOC 14. The ceremony was conductedin
FOR A JOB WELL DONE SSgt. Paul Hess, a student at AE 'B' Other tours have included duty Koscinski completed his military the commanding officer's
School, receives a Letter of Commendation from his Commanding aboard aircraft carriers as'well
career in the Navy and transferred office by Capt. Kennedy.
Officer, Lt. Col. L. E. Blanchard. SSgt. Hess was cited for his work and as on air stations and with to the Fleet Reserve on AE2 Greene reported .to
superior ability at the AE School. He completed the 24-week course as squadrons. His medals includethe July 415th.Joining NATTC In 1969 and has been
Honor Man of his class,with an average of 83.15 per cent. Presidential Unit Citation, the Army in 1942, Chief instructing the AE 'A' school. '-

the Navy Unit Commendation, Koscinski spent WW II in that
the:,eighth award of the Good. ,service 'and received his Honor Class ,
Jox Credit Union .,
Navy Conduct Medal the Asiatic discharge in 1945. In 1946 he
Pacific Medal with eight stars, enlisted In the Navy and ,has Well they made it for the
the European Theatre Medal spent the past 24 years at air fourth consecutive time. Class
Has New Vice President with one Star the Vietnam stations, aboard carriers and 015 won the competition for
Service Medal, the Vietnam attached to squadrons. His 28 Honor Class in the. Aviation
Campaign Medal, and many years of service were concludedat Electrician's Mate School for the
Jax-The board of directors of The credit union, which Is the
others.
NATTC as an instructor in the week of July through 10 with a
the Jax Navy Federal Credit largest in the Jacksonville area, Born in Binghamton, N.Y., AO school. total of 963 points. If they win
Union has selected Donald R. its 'fourth and
recently 'opened Chief Spangenburg plans to
His service brought him six next week they will have tied the'
Moran to fill the of vice largest office in the Roosevelt
post remain in Jacksonville and will
Good Conduct Awards,M well as record for consecutive wins.
president following the Mall Shopping Center. A new six operate a boat repair shop.
resignation of LCdr. W.C. per cent per annum 12 month Senior Chief Personnelman
Forehand who is leaving ,the Term Certificate of Investmenthas Norman Dale Wilson, who was
Jacksonville area after been introduced and is the supervisor of the Enlisted
retirement from the Navy. available to members non Personnel Office, retired Friday.
Moran is the fire chief atNAS members and organizations. Completing more than 21 years and for your budget, too., .
Jacksonville and has served nine _

years on the board of directors of Former Wave s* Hold PartyCollins \\\\ SQcdiallondgbridal ,I
the credit union. During his
j'
tenure with the credit union, he Jax This month marks the Road Fleet Reserve. ensemblesmatching !

has served as president, vice 28th birthday of the U. S. Navy Reservations are 12.25, and ...
president and supervisory Waves. should be made with Marjorie his 'n hers Sits .
committe chairman.In All former Waves in the Stacy at 388-0923 no later than Trill-en ua\nl\nlind wedding ring sBBBt from
another action Cdr. Robert for her...wedding ring for him ==
Jacksonvillearea invited to
are tomorrow.Your Wave uniform, if Diut-mitchlng wedding bonds
R. Loomis was selected to'fill a''I attend a birthday party plannedfor available, will be the 'Uniform of 44K white or yellow goldJonathan, ._.
vacancy on the board of direc Saturday afternoon at the the Day.'
tors.Cdr Loomis is on the staff of f

Commander .Fleet Air, Two Minus 1..lIsl Jrt' ,

Jacksonville, and,is presently in Jax-Two Marine sergeants '.
charge of military construction, recently extended their military HONDA Jewelers 4
funding base security, and careers during shipover 1704 H,hw.y If,Oran,,Perk MATCHING
disaster control for naval stationsin ceremonies conducted by LtCol. MOTORS & CYCLES CO. PHONEIM41 S. SAND SETStrom.65.

this area.President. L.E. Blanchard, MATSG com- 4949 BLANDING BLVD. .
W. Mel Ross reports manding officer. PHONE 771-8244
that the first six months of 1970 MSgt. Harry Stern reenlistedfor
have been good ones for the four years. He"currently is an
credit union. Assets have grownto instructor at MFC School. Monty Gege
18 and a half million dollars Sgt. Steven F. Van Roekel Williams Knox
and loans to members have increased MFC Admin clerk, added six CONTACTBRONCE
four million dollars since years to his career and receiveda .
June 1969. Dividends of $347,772 meritorious mast UEALTHNUT
have been paid to shareholders

during the first two quarters of Every TUES. & THURS.
1970.This dividend distribution Is t
the largest in the history of the LADIES ,DAY R 4w
organization and is being OUSEHOFFMAN y
compounded quarterly at the rate C'i;+ ads
of five and half per cent per PRODUCTS '
annum. 19tJJ"
NATURAL VITAMINS;
HI r
MINERALS. DIET FOODS
Ant* T.f OPEN ? AM-6 PM- lt i

All Day t NightS ,
POOL TABLES'MOIHIIt'S FRIDAY AM-8PM "
OH S.IJaxFlorida
1990 San Marco Blvd.
.
auto tags 1080 CASSAT_ ,AVE. Phone 398-5918
are being sold here by the ,
Navy Wives Club 86 at the WALLER
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Not-New Shop in Bldg. r U.S. Navy, Retired

'(behind the Red, Cross -, ... ,
Office) through August_*0. I ,<:J':,, ;,, ".)h I' n I S '' "
The tags will be on sale Have you ever wished for an 'inside contact' in
from 8:30 a.m. until ,2:30. the automobile business? Bronce Waller, U.S.
p.m. Monday through Navy,' retired is your manl I Thirty years In the
Friday. Navy with complete knowledge of problems
facing Navy folks In automobile buying. Now on
the 'Inside' with Jacksonville's No. 1 Chevrolet
4526 120th St.
f I YUKONHeir dealer.


Before you buy any car, new or used, see your
Gliss 'inside contact', Bronce. Waller and get the No. 1
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buy. .
Claims I Lfiidry 221ORANGE "

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Mon.-Fri.1:301:30Sat.Sun.10oo6:00 Phitft 24-423: I I.x VI CHEVROLET I

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Mad Foxes Choose Goodall

I

For Sailor of the Quarter


Jax-PNl Richard A. Goodall enlisted .in the Navy in 1962.
has been named Patrol Squadron Leaving civilian life and his home
Five's Sailor of the Quarter. in Cedar Rapids Iowa, he began
Selection for this honor entitles his Navy career as a 'Blackshoe'
him to receive a $25 U.S. Savings serving aboard the repair ship Jax-Listed below are a few of are biographies of the astronauts,
Bond, exemption from all duties USS Ajax. In 1965 he was trans the new books which are and experiences which their
and watches during the following ferred to USS Molala. While available at the NATTC and NAS families and co-workers encountered
month a 72-hour liberty on any serving aboard he was com Libraries. during the flight
weekend he chooses during the mended for his contribution in 'What's It Like Out There?' by Up From The Ghetto' by
quarter and the privilege to park helping the ship win the 'E' Mario Andrettl with Bob Collins Phillip Drotning and Wesley W.
in a specially designated space award. Goodall wears the is a frank conversational account Smith contains inspiring stories
for the full quarter. Vietnam Service Medal which he of the veteran race driver's of ghetto Blacks who wanted to
Petty Officer Goodall is an earned on towing and salvage experiences during his struggle make it big-and did.
eight-year veteran having to the top.'First 'A Question of Priorities; New
coast of On The Moon; A Voyage Strategies For Our Urbanized
With Neil Armstrong, Michael World' by Edward Higbee offers
naval Collins and Edwin Aldrin, Jr.' by the nation a few practical
Neil Armstrong with Gene suggestions on how to utilize its
Squadron
Tex. Farmer and Dora Jane Hamblin potential and serve as an
honored ,: gives readers a moment-by- example for the entire world.
.., the t moment description of the flight 'The Boat Who Wouldn't Float'
of Apollo 11. Included in the book by Farley Mowat is a delightfully
funny'story about a man and a
carriers Career Talk boat For eight years the author

aboard repeatedly exposed himself to the
elements of North America in an
'Man of Set Today
standing uncomfortable, unpredictable 31-
Jax -.Today Retention Plans foot fishing schooner full of un-
and Programs Officers will visit stanchable leaks.'Aphrodite .
Goodall Jacksonville for a single meeting : Desperate
of VP-5 in at 10 a.m. Mission' by Jack Olsen tells for
serving The three man team, Capt E. the first time the story of our
sonnel H. English, director of Retention Armed Forces' efforts to
office Plans and Programs, Cdr. J. B. eliminate German missile sites
Campbell and Cdr.J. R. Talbot of along the French side of the
PN1 Goodall counselor.BANKAMERICARD'AMERICAN BUPERS will speak and discuss channel during the last days of
retention plans and proposals to World War II. For the first time
all interested commanders ,also the details which led to the
EXPRESS )
commanding officers officers in death of Lt Joseph Kennedy. Jr.
MASTERCHARGE Credit Cards HonorldROOSEVELt
charge department heads and are revealed.
career retention personnel in
'Blackthink Life As a
My
:
Room 240 of Hanger 1000. The
Black Man and White Man' by
discussions will include ofthe
some
Jesse Owens gives in
,
problems in retaining an autobiographical form the views ,
number of
adequate qualified of this famous track star the .
on
officers and enlisted in
car personnel racial crisis and'offers
the Navy. Also under discussion
suggestions for a meaningful and
will be proposals being studied at
peaceful change. .
; to enhance the .
present Navy.as a
MONDAYTHRU The First Million Sabres; A
career. Portrait Of Native-Born Israelis'by
HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30: Herbert Russcol is a full-

Personnel Mutual length study of a people who are
molding the image of their
homeland.An interesting, human
r Company document, this book will be
MOVE INTO 'The helpful in understanding the

F .".'..N.....,........................................................................... to the military' East explosive situation in the Middle
2642815'i' REPRESENTATIVES:
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can save thousands of dollars by
Jacksonville 32205 knowing how when and where to
: Tel: 771-7511 buy.

'The Land In Between; The
KftM -.s'S<<.'$:::-rs-s: : : : :::: :::: ::
Cambodian Dilemma' by Maslyn
Williams is a timely account of
NEW REDUCED beleaguered Cambodia by a
'gifted and sentient traveler all
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CHAMPUS Helps Pay Club

I
A!.
Some SchedulesPIRATES

'
WASHINGTON __ / COVE
dependent has a baby Ronnie and the Soul Societywill
she doesn't have to be appearing at the club
least about R tonight through Monday.
government will pick Tuesday's attraction will be the
the tab.Not for the Camelots, and the Four of Clubs
but certainly for the 'I will be on stage Wednesday
to the scene, and .evening.
vices and supplies

delivery.These services are ACEYDEUCEYCLUB
The Bill Price Show direct
,
under the Civilian '
from Nashville Term., will be a
Medical Program !:
Uniformed ( Saturday evening feature, and
PUS). The ., Sunday night the Jimmy
program Strickland Show will be the at.'
treatment by a
traction.
specialists Including
dental surgeons John D. Alderman goes for another six years while
Science practioners. oath to Cdr. W.E. Milleroff In charge of the CPO CLUB
Tangible things Electronics Training Unit here.
crutches and Tonight there will be the
also authorized. Tickets Up special Bill Price Show from _
pays for local Nashville and tomorrow evening "-
to and from a cost of commercial international tax, however- the entertainment will be
medically gone up. A recent anyone going to Hawaii or Alaskacan provided by Tommy'C', Music
helps with rental of which became ef- expect to pay both the $3.00 by John Thomas is scheduled for
wheelchairs and Iron 771.5581't 1 has raised the tax international tax and about 4 per Saturday evening,and on Sunday'
Civilian doctors air tickets cent domestic air travel tax. the Four of Clubs will be appearing -
the use of States to 8 per Flights to Canada and Mexicoare on stage.
facilities.Wives and not affected by the new 8 per
have orders cent tax does not cent tax unless the destination Is FRA BRANCH
their shots and travel. Tickets to within the 225-mile buffer zone
civilian physicians. including limit.Beyond that the$3.00 tax is
Naturally, all this Alaska bear a $3.00 charged. Tonight's shuffleboard tournament
While many aspects of the tax will get underway at 7:30:
Eagles law are still being studied,Navy and there will be a dance with
personnel and their dependents live music on Friday evening.
can get Jim Mann and the Goodtimers
rlanningleave
( Nest additional to the will be appearing at the club
increase in travel costs by calling Sunday night, and Tuesday is
3438 the NAS airline ticket office at game night. FRA serves meals
Open 11 Squadron 16 the main gate, Ext. 3553. each Tuesday through Sunday.
air station
Friday and operational July 17

ALL to the Caribbean.
including r-i SPECIALRATES I
290 enlisted men, FORSERVICEMEN

SHRIMP CHICKEN from. the naval

the two month
CAT FISH i the Eagles will fly 3y $6.00 Per Person
Fine Food at -3 Orions on sub Double Occupancy
prices and all part of an ..
service In program. The
then return to
COMPLETE to resume routine Ehttrtainmtnt nlttly, except Sunday, QuarttYdtck Lounge A Dint at
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PAGE 14 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


I Hospital Garners 4,100 Points; Q6 ,FA.h .



Wins Station Ironman TrophyJax ,: :

Jax Athletics and medicine Trophy symbol of intramural In a ceremony July 15, the
\ must mix well, at least for the sports excellence now is on Hospital was awarded the
Hospital staff, since the Ironman display at the Hospital Ironman Trophy after piling up

,,?... 4,100 points in competition with
other commands and units
aboard the air station during the
spring sports cycles.
The Hospital's tennis,
basketball, softball and golf
squads all took intramural >
championships in earning the top
sports spot.

The Naval Air Reserve
: iIjLpUJ Training Unit finished with 3,875
points for second place,and had a
shot at the Ironman during the
softball championship playoffs.The a
Training Unit copped first in
volleyball and swimming com
(;
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petition.

J ; .< Following NARTU in the
K,'t \' / .Iw I standings were VW-4,
"M... FAETULANT, Dispensary,
jri Marine Air Technical Support TEE TIME Sixth Naval District golf tournament officials Frank
,"t:>.'lw .. : t-; I Group and the '679th Radar McCaffrey (L) and George Mullins (R) discuss the station's course
Squadron. MATSG:took bowlingand with two local competitors, SSgt. Doug Durant and AMS3 Bill Bernier
track and field cham prior to Monday's opening round. Durant is with MATSG and Bernieris
TOPS IN SPORTS Capt. H. O. Cutler prtsemVtepnman Trophy to pionships. assigned to VA203. The district' tournament ends here tomorrow
(Lto R) Wayne Ruskaup,Rtsttr Bryan,Doctor Dorr aft&Capt. Lewis. Other finishers in the top 10 with an awards ceremony; tI \ n

included VP-16, Fleet Intelligence
Center Europe and the
Marine Barracks. I QjggX I

HIREPAN MOTORS Other commands and

organizations earning points for 1. Name the winner of the Indianapolis
taking part in the intramural 500 this year? oorr BLOW YOUR HIND
.. ,...I"J Each I E'.r, Ctrl sports program include MARTD, 2. Who was the last pitcher to
VP-45, NATTC Aircraft Main win 20 games for a last
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23,1970 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 15
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Brittle's/ 70 Good for First/



Round District Links !


Jax-NAS Jacksonville's Walt Rounding out the top 10 The tournament
Brittle fired a two-under-par 70 in following the opening round were to be finished
Tuesday's opening round to takea Willie Wilson and Jim Stout of cloudy skies had
two stroke lead in the Six Naval Memphis, and Barry Smith of officials worried
District golf tournament being Cecil Field. All were seven press time.Winners.
played here. strokes back with 77's. in the
Charleston's Bill Glisson In seniors' opening round District tournam
toured the 18-holes in a regulation action, Ben Jennett of Memphistook chance for regional
72 for second place after the first the lead with a three over they travel to Little
day's action? and teammate par 75,while Pensacola's William next week for
William Killion finished with a 74 Ball was three strokes back after competition. Tie|
to hold down third place. turning in a 78. nament is the first
Three golfers were bunched at Bud Thatcher toured the 18 All Navy and
fourth with 76's. They were Dick holes at 79 for the third spot. tournaments.
Vanleuvan of Mayport, and Carl Other top finishers in the $2795
Taton and William Little, both seniors' division were: Walt
from Glynco.' ,Kelezewski, Jacksonville 80; 4-Door Sedan, '307' V-8,
Abe Fennell,Pensacola,81; V.C. [ $ Auto, trans., Factory air, .
14 POOL TABLES Whitmire, Pensacola, 81; Tilly 'Power steering, R&H, ...
Bozeman, Jacksonville, 86; Tom WWT.
2 BARS Woods, Memphis, 88; Ernie
100 MIRRORS.& PAINTINGS Taylor, Jacksonville,. 09; Steve
Keir, Memphis, 90; and Dave
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Koontz,of.Charleston, 90.
SWINGS ALL THE TIME
ASK ANYONE In team standings following the
MEETMEATTHEOFFICE.OFFICE initial round of the 72-hole affair, Sport Coupe, V-8, Auto
Charleston headed the pack witha trans., Factory air, Power
team score of 310. Steering, Vinyl top, R&H,
NAS Jacksonville was seven : WWT.
LOUNGE strokes back in second with a 317;
5916 PHILLIPS HWY. followed by Memphis with a 320.
733-WM Three squads came up with
identical 321's Tuesday-Albany, $3295Sport
Cecil Field and Mayport. Glyncowas
next with a 327.
NAVY Rounding out the top ten were
Naval Base Key West, 329; NAS Sedan, '350' V-8,
Key West, 341; Athens, 347; and Auto trans., Factory air,
Atlanta, 348. WALT Power !Steering, R&H, WWT.
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N SHAPED BY THE WIND.70 TORINO Michigan,. Torino






: 1t'tuul "You've got to remember that Ford invented this whole intermediatecar MOTORTREND


business/ in the first place. When they say they've got a new plan, MAGAZINE

we'd better listen closely."

"The better idea' innovators have stimulated the market with Thunderbird


Mustang and Maverick. They're at it again with a new pacemaker

Torino."
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