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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1971
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I I Navy. Show Band To Perform at lax I I


Jax The renowned School performs for high schools and
of Music's Navy Show Band g colleges and rehearses at the
that has entertained 100 1 1y School of Music.

million persons In the United Each year when UNITAS,
f States and overseas I Is e ir the combined naval exercise
'a scheduled to appear here In between the U. S. fleet units
late January. and warships of South
American countries begin, the
the
Organized In 1962,
show band Is on hand to travel
versatile music: unit from the
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top military music school in Inland on, buses, planes and
the world, Is considered the other means of transportation,
to try and Win friends for the
number one military entertainment -
unit United Stases, and the free
world.
The show band will appearat While appearing, the band
three clubs during its three
performs for children In orphanages -
day stay at the air station. The ,prisons, and homes
band will debut at the Pirates
for the'aged' and on radio and
Cove at 8 p.m. on January 29. television.
The following night the band Members of the audience,
will put on a gala show at the usually childrenare afforded
Officers Club starting at 8:30: the opportunity to conduct the
p.m., and will close out its Jax band. Nor is it unusual to see a
stay with an 8 p.m. per- member of the band doing
r formance January 31 at the the latest teenage dances with
CPO Club.Reservations someone in the audience.
t. will be needed Helping to gain friends for
for the O'Club performance the United States and to
only Officers may make spread the mission of the U. S.
.. arrangements by calling the Navy and the School of Music
ti club at Ext. 3011. has been the show band's
In addition to having appeared function since Its Inception.The .
on national TV shows South America, 'delighting When traveling, the chow peared in a command performance show band's ability to
including the Mike Douglas over 20-millloti people. band I Is self sustaining. While for members of the combine straight dance
; variety hour, the show band Under the direction of CWO some members perform, U. S. State Department. music, with an entertaining!
has traveled over 100,000 Frank G. Forgone, the band other musicians are busy When not appearing at floor show has attracted the
k miles entertaining people in functions such of all who have seen
performs the latest song and preparing lights and props fora military as ship praise
foreign countries. dance routine. The group different segment of the arrivals and departures, them and justly earned them
Last year the band per features soloist, duos, a show. social affairs and special the title; 'America's' Musical
formed in some 80 cities ii 1 chorus and comedy teams. In 1967, the show band ap- concerts, the show band Ambassadors.
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VOL. 28:: ii NO. 40 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JANUARY 7, ))971 Tax Bite Increases

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r: Hard Rock Jax-When the first payday rolls around January 15,

some military men may be surprised to see a little fatter

Out paycheck, while others will be frowning over an in-
Rings creased bite removed for Social Security.

Social Security went up for
At 0' ClubBy everyone January 1, but in- $650 per person as of January 1)) '
creased exemptions on incometax Adding the tax break on income
and a jump in commuted to the hike in commuted rationsup
Lt. Dave MarquisJax rations will offset the deductionsfor ( from $1.39 to $1.52 daily)
Social Security (FICA) and shows a small 'paycheck in
In keeping with New result in a small 'pay raise' for crease' for an E-3 with depen
Year's resolutions and thi many enlisteds.On dents.At .
Navy's new image, the the other hand, officers, the other end of the scale, a
Jacksonville Officers' Club is especially those in the higher pay commander with over 20 years
creating a series of new activities grades, will get less take home service will see his FICA Increase -
aimed junior officers and those I :: : I pay after Social Security from $63.22 to $68.48 until
who think young. deductions are resumed for 1971. he has paid In the 1971 maximum
An advisory FICA deductions went up from of $405.60 If the commander has
officers (all under 4.8 to 5.2 percent. The maximum four dependents his monthly
med late last amount of earnings applicable income tax deduction will drop
club manager, ( ) toward FICA is currently $7,800, from 179.30.' to $170.20
Johnson, in pla -J and those who paid up early last Mrs. Miller said the Navy
tivities. Since year will notice that the
staff is
Finance Office working on
prerequisite, the ............ deductions have been resumedfor W-2 forms and hopes to distribute
engaging hard 1971 with their next paycheck.For them with checks January 15.
AR OLD Jane Danlelsen and her mother on
three Nancy example, during 1970 a
This month, Although services will not be
(Jan. 15, 22, ) Danlelsen's new medal captain with over 26 years service curtailed during the W-2
scheduled at had paid his entire FICA tax the Finance
Danielsen preparation period,
hard rock Chaplain in May, while a lieutenant with Office has asked that phone calls
highlight the new over 14 years would have reached be kept toa minimum until the W-
nights will begin : M. Danielsen, service with small unit religious the maximum deduction 2's are
The junior here since programs in Vietnam. ($374.40) in August. Once a wage distributed.'X
which helps plan been awarded Throughout his tour he made earner pays the maximum the :::%;: :?::*; : : :
meets each Page,2)I Medal several trips to Vietnam to visit tax is automatically stopped by
the Officers' Club, service as chaplains serving with Navy the Navy Finance Office. Paydays ListedJax
wih the spirit \ the staff of the units and ships. According to Mrs. lola Miller,
program,has a Force U. One of his tasks at executive assistant of the Navy The Navy Finance Office
membership. headquarters was notifying next Finance Office here, the small here has released the following
behind the group Kincaid, NAS of kin upon receiving casualty increase for lower rated men will payday schedule for the first six
open forum for made the reports from Vietnam. Accordingto come mostly from the commuted months of 1971. All paydays will
0' Club his citation, he worked closely rations hike. include pay for 15 days, according -
hinderance of served at with the Red Cross the Navy An E-3 with over two years to the Finance Office
group invited all rs in Coronado, Relief and with local churchesand service and two dependents will notice.
officers to than two years social service organizations.A pay $12.50 monthly into FICA. The paydays will be Jan. IS.
particularly here. As native of Putnam Hall, Fla., Last year $11.22 was withheld Jan. 29, Feb 12, Feb. 26, March
to their wives. he trained and Chaplain Danielsen graduated monthly. However, his incometax 15. March 30, April IS, April 30,
member of the assigned from Yale Divinity School in New deductions will go down from May 14,May 28, June 15 and June
monthly official and Haven,Conn. He has been a Navy $7.10 to $5.30 per month. 30.
to keep it tn lm. lie also chaplain since May 1944 when he (Deductions for income tax
lay leaders for joined under the V-12 program. purposes increased from $600 to ::Wy;:;: ; : :#:::::%::%::::::::::.r :::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::;:
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be considered an official expression of any military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not

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Honor As A VirtueCodes L-1vjmIiiihd::: I



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of Honor are as traditional to military life as arms and

discipline; military Honor Codes date back through history to the timeof

Sparta and beyond. All are similar, and vary only In wording and

degree.

The United States Air Force albeit the most junior of our military

services has a brief, explicit, all-encompassing Honor Code, to whichall

cadets attending the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs,

Colo., subscribe: CatholicNAVAL


'We will not lie, steal, or cheat, nor tolerate among us anyone who AIR STATION
does'

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Saturday Confessions 10:30: .
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AIR STATION
P 3 ON DISPLAY Lockheed Corp's oil production of a p. 3 antl-

submarine warfare patrol plane was the center of attention at the Of. Sunday

4 fleers' Club Dec. 18 as Capt. W. J. Pressler Jr., COMFAIRWING

11, presented the painting to Capt. J. R. Kincaid (I), NAS commandingofficer Holy Communion 8:30: A.M.
,who accepted it on behalf of the O'Club. The painting, the workof
Bldg.750 Church School(all ages)
one of Lockheed's illustrators, depicts a p. 3 aircraft in pursuit of a A.M.

tti ti11 1 t lI submarine admidsta fusion of bubbles sensor equipment and acoustic 9:00:Junior Church (
grade
Itl Lockheed Manager Field Services Navy, nursery
circles. Bob Kananen (r),
6)) 10 A.M. Divine Worship Service
delivered the painting to Capt. Pressler while on a visit to Lockheed'seast .
10 A.M. Bldg. 750 Junior
coast representatives. Youth Fellowship 1 P.M. Bldg

722 Senior Youth Fellowship 1:30:
P.M. :Bldg. 722.



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As the cadets themselves have noted: 'The Code is not based on a The two air station dining hills serve the tame menu, but observe different
series of tricky definitions, but rather on a spirit of mutual respect and meal schedule Dining Hall No 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: Tuesday
trust. There is a feeling of pride which comes from living in an en breakfast a m. to 7:30: a.m.; dinner. 11 a m. to 1 p.m., and supper 4 p.m. to
vironment based on such principles.' 5:30: p.m. Dining hall No.1, Bldg 551,serves breakfast 5:30: a.m.to 7 a.m. dinner Senior Choir Rehearsal.7 P.M.
12 30 5:00: to 5:15.:1 Galley 3 also serves a sandwich
U '.m.to : l.m.lsupper" p.m.
It should not be construed that strict adherence to such Code is
a line In wings and i at dinner only. Both dining halls serve the same hours on Bldg. 750
easy; it isn't. Loyalty to the Code must, by its very application, come weekends and holidays early breakfast t)0: a m. to 1:30: a.m.; brunch 9.30a :
before consideration of friendship toward an individual who may .m.to 12:30 p.m.,and supper .4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m. NATTC
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25
stand as a threat to established high standards of integrity. Such
cents,dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for 50 cents.
dedication requires intense moral courage on the part of cadets who Divine Worship 11 A.M. Bldg.

have sworn to abide by the Code. Friday,January 1BREAKFAST..Cornmeal burgers

Of course, the U S.Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., and the U. S. Mush, SUPPER..Vegetable Soup, Braised
Military Academy at West Point, N. Y., have similar Codes of Honor. Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Liver & Onions or Beef Porcupines, 500Veterans
Order, French Toast, Choice of Fish Brown Gravy, Lyonnaise Potatoes,
And, like all practical Honor Codes, they too require a man to put
Fillets or Ham Slices, Eggs AuGratln, Baked Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered
honor above self at all times therein lies the difference between the
; Hash Browns Potatoes, Blueberry Mixed Vegetables, Chocolate Pudding .
word of an honorable man and the shallow outlook of an individualwho Muffins Wear
May
takes the matter of honor lightly. DINNER Manhattan Clam Tuesday,January 12

Such honor, self discipline and Integrity is the least we can expectof Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Deep BREAKFAST Oatmeal, Hard
Fried Fish, Brown Gravy Mashed
our military and civilian leaders not only today, but throughouttheir Potatoes, Macaroni with Tomatoesand Griddle Boiled Eggs Cakes, Fried, Grilled Eggs Luncheon to Order, New Medal

careers as public servants as well. Cheese, Buttered Green Peas, Meat, Creamed Chipped Beef, Hash
Likewise, honor is not just something for the other fellow to live by. Pineapple PieSANDWICH LINE. Brown Potatoes, Glazed Butterfly Jax-If you have served ashoreor

we should all strive to make it a vital part of our everyday lives. burgers Grilled Ham Rolls. aboard ship off Vietnam, you

Most of all, we must never lose sight of what Honor really is: Honor SUPPER Chicken Rice Soup, Baked Pot DINNER Roast, -Beef Beef Stock Rice Soup,,Yankee maybe eligible to wear the

is a most precious virtue and !Should!! !! not be tampered with. Tuna & Noodles, Rancho Stew, Potatoes, Steamed Rice Gravy, Lyonnaise Rissole Republic of Vietnam Armed
Home Fried Potatoes, Buttered
Wax Beans, Buttered Broccoli, Boston Forces Meritorious Unit
Broccoli Spears, Mexican Corn, Cream Pie.SANDWICH.
Blueberry PieSATURDAY. CitationGallantry( Cross) according
0 CLUB ROCK interested in mutually LINE.-Grilled Ham.
,JANUARY 9 burgers. to a Secretary of the
scheduled events so all in
(Continued from I) BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Notice.
page Navy
terests are represented Hard Boiled Eggs, French Toast, .
in developing overall club Griddle Cakes,Choice of Bacon, Ham, Pork SUPPER Loin, Barbecue Creole Soup Sauce, Barbecued, French A complete list of ships, units
or Minute Steaks, Hash Brown and dates for eligibility are
programs. The Junior advisory group is Fried Potatoes, Fried Rice, Buttered
Potatoes, Pecan Rolls.
Initially faced with inevitable helping to establish a good hard BRUNCH..Fried Eggs to Order, Green Peas, Coconut Cream Pie. outlined in the Secretary of the

disagreement on styles and rock program for the swingers, Breakfast MeatGrilled Hamburgers, Wednesday,January 13 Navy Instruction 1650.33
music, the Junior Advisory Board and the three TGIF nights in Cheeseburgers, French Fried Navymen and Marines eligiblefor
has discovered considerable January will be used to establisha Potatoes, Potato Chips,Baked Beans, BREAKFAST.Hot Farina, Hard that medal must establish
Iced Fruit Filled Snails, Assorted Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order their
support and cooperation among basis for more activities along Cupcakes. French Toast, Grilled Bacon Slices, documentary evidence from

the older ranks, who appear quite the same lines. SUPPER..Grilled Pork Chops, Creamed Ground Beef, Hash Brown service record.In .
Cream Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes, Potatoes, Iced Bear Claws. questionable cases, requestsfor
Fried Rice, Baked Corn & Tomatoes, DINNER..Pepper Pot Soup, Roast determination of eligibility
Buttered Brussel' Sprouts, Poncho Boneless Veal, Brown Gravy Mashed of
Pound Cake Potatoes, Sausage Bread Dressing, may be submitted to the Chief
SUNDAY*January 10 Buttered Broccoli Spears, O'Brien Naval, Personnel or the Commandant
AX AIR BREAKFAST.Hot Wheat Cereal, Corn, Devils Food Cake with Mocha of the Marine Corps.
NEWS
Hard Boiled Icing.
Eggs French Toast, of a
consists
Griddle Cakes, Choice of Bacon, Hamor SANDWICH LINE..Grilled Ham The insignia
Minute Pork Chops, Hash Brown burgers ribbon bar and may be bought at

Potatoes, Iced Horse Shoe Rolls SUPPER-French Onion Soup, Beef the Navy Exchange Uniform
The JAX AIR NE'VS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper BRUNCH..Fried Eggs to order, Pot Pie, Scalloped Tuna & Peas, Shop.

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station wishes Breakfast, French Meat Submarine Fried Potatoes Sand, Cauliflower Buttered Egg, Simmered Noodles, French Lima Beans Fried, The ribbon will be worn after

Jacksonville, Florida' JM* the Ho''. Publishing Company, a Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Assorted Dutch Apple Pie.ThurSday. all foreign personal decorationsand
private firm All Cog '" 'ubmltted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Cake Doughnuts, French Apple Pie. after the State of Vietnam

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. NAS SUPPER.. ,January 14 Presidental Unit Citation,
Grilled Beef Steak,
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday be/ore publication. News Mushroom Gravy, Oven Brown 'Ribbon of Friendship.'

Item are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Potatoes, Baked Potatoes, Simmered BREAKFASTCornmeal Boiled Eggs, Fried Mush, Hard

3119. Green Pie. Beans, Harvard Beets, Cherry Griddle! Cakes, Grilled Eggs Minute to Order Pork,

Monday, January 11 Chops Hash Brown Potatoes, OfCf YoUR Ea'CWANGEaJIp
Swedish
Advertisements are solicited the Tea Rings
by publisher and queries' BREAKFAST Buttered Grits, Hard INNER.
concerning such should be directed to: Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Chicken, Chicken Vegetable Soup Fried
French Toast, Grilled Pork Gravy, Whipped
Sausage
Potatoes,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Patties, Minced Beef, Hash Brown Green Beans BlaCkeye, Peas, Creole'
Strawberry*>

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Potatoes DINNER', Glazed.Turkey Pershlngs Noodle Soup, with SANDWICH Whipped Topping LINE..Grilled Shortcake. .f COIiMr'A;

Telephone 388 2755 Roast Turkey Log, Brown Turkey burgers Ham
Gravy, Bread Dressing, Mashed SUPPER..Split Pea
Potatoes, Buttered Green Beans, Steak, Natural Soup Swiss| .
VOL. 28 NO. 40 JANUARY 7, 1971 Beets In Orange Sauce Strawberry Potatoes, Mexican Gravy Corn, Mashed ,...-. -- .
Chiffon Pie.SANDWICH. Spinach, Peach Shortcake Seasoned _.&'f o ""i.sAUf4O
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I Navy Oiitt. Qf Brown Water.1. 'VA-46 Sailor Cited I. I

Airman Terry C. Carpenter of deployed to the Mediterranean '
Attack Squadron Forty Six has aboard USS John F. Kennedy
SAIGON (U.S. Naval Forces TIlE Republic of Vietnam fleet At the height of Brown Water been selected as Sailor of the (CVA-67)).
Vietnam) -The U. S. Navy now stands at nearly 1,5000 Navy operations American Month for Attack Carrier Air During thie period, Carpenterwas
turned over to the Vietnamese coastal, river and ocean craft, sailors covered the entire delta Wing One for October 1970. This assigned to the Check Crewof
Navy here Wednesday the last of and has a personnel strenght of region-from the 'Rung Sat selection came shortly after AN VA-46 which performs
its small coastal and river nearly 40,000 men. Special Zone on the outskirts of Carpenter was chosen as calendar inspections on the
combat craft, completing a 25- With the combat craft turnover Saigon to the tip of the Republic, 'Clansmen of the Month' for the squadron's A7Bs. Due to the
month program designed to eith- came the official end of and from the South China Sea Attack Squadron Forty Six absence of more senior personnelon
draw American sailors from America's coastal patrol force coast to the Cambodian border. 'CUnsmen' also for the month of emergency leave, he was
coastal and river combat and also its unique Brown Water Vietnamese Navymen in October 1970. VA-46 and Carrier required to assume the duties and
operations.In Navy. takingover the American craft Air Wing One are presently responsibilities of crew leader.
a simple ceremony at whicha The United States' coastal have also gradually taken over The professionalism and
single symbolic river patrol patrol efforts here began Oct. 30, the same general operating areasto ...,. ,,... leadership qualities he displayedin
boat was moored at the Vietnamese 1965, when two 50-foot boats continue interdiction patrols this assignment were exem-
Navy headquarters pier, began anti-infiltration operations and attacks on communist pliary of a far more senior petty
Vice Adm. Jerome H. King, Jr. along the Gulf on Thailand coastof strongholds. officer. A 'Can Do' attitude as
and Rear Adm Tran Van Chon Southwestern Vietnam. Most Americans who formerly displayed by Carpenter is an
exchanged signatures on These fast, shallow-draft, manned these craft have been tiAa outstanding example for all his
documents officially transferringthe aluminum-hulled craft continuedto transferred to other commandsin shipmates.
last 125 American small craftto arrive in Vietnam, and by mid- Vietnam or have been Terry is a native of Hilton, New
the Vietnamese Navy. 1968 were patrolling most of the reassigned outside Vietnam ) York, where he graduated from
As the national anthems of both Republic's 1,200 mile coastline. under normal rotation Hilton Central High School as a
nations rang out over the Saigon The Brown Water Navy was procedures. Some, however, will member of the Class of 1966. As a
River, the American flag was started in September 1966, when be remaining with the river unitsas member of Hilton's Central
lowered and replace. by the River Assault Flotilla 1 was advisors to the Vietnamese wrestling team, Terry wrestledin
Vietnamese colors on the lone formed to interdict communist Navy ww the 142 pound weight class. His
craft which represented all those supply lines ans assault enemy From its peak strrngth of some mother,Mrs. Ruth Carpenter is a
included in the final turnover. positions along rivers and canalsof 36,000 men in 1968, the U. S. Navy resident of Peck Road in Hilton.
Since November 1968, the U. S. the Mekong Delta. Its name has reduced its forces in Vietnamto Carpenter's wife Ellen is now
Navy has been training Viet- came from the caramel.colored a current level of less than residing in Jacksonville, Florida.
namese sailors to replace waterways ine boats patrolled.This 17,000.
Americans and then gradually was the first river combat The only major combat units of f
turning over the craft to them unit commissioned by the U.S. the U.S. Navy remaining In ''s
under its ACTOV (Accelerated Navy specifically to fight on Vietnam are Light Helicopter I t j sows
Turnover of Assests to the inland waterways since river Attack Squadron 3, which flies w M NA
Vietnamese) program.Wednesday's gunboats of both the North and the UIM gunahip, and IGHT -
ceremony the South cruised the Mississippi Attack Squadron 4, with its OV-10 AMHAN Terry C. Carpenter F UfNCE
marked the end of small combat during the U.S. Civil War. Brqnco counter-insurgency fixrd-
craft transfers and brought to 650 River Assault Squadron 15 was wing aircraft These air
the number of boats changing the last unit of the Brown Water squadrons were commissioned BANKAMERICARD*AMERICAN EXPRESS STANDARD
hands under the program. Navy to patrol in Vietnam under specifically to support the Brown MASTERCHARGE Creditcar Cards Honored
This number includes 293 river the Stars and Stripes. Its last Water Navy, and continue to
patrol boats (PBRs), 224 river eight river assault craft left the provide air support to allied .'ll '"""
assault craft (RACs). 107 fast Song Ong Doc area Nov. 26 for forces in the Mekong Delta. ROOsntl1
patrol craft or Swift Boats Dong Ram/where the boats were Most of the American naval
(PCFs) and 26 Coast Guard made ready for turning over to personnel still in Vietnam are
patrol boats.WPBs(( ). the Vietnamese Navy. assigned either as advisors to the wash
Vietnamese Navy or to duties
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westside 532 CUll' Ave. 388-7371 Jim RtcderDartl Military Rates
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ComFairJax Band t



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ComFalrJax Band, men, the ComFairJax Band i
Unit 191, has sounded its under the direction of MUGS u
last note In the Jacksonille area. O.LShirley Jr., has been able to
r It was disestablished Dec. 16 as a make a number of performanceswhich
result of the reorganization of would normally require a
Navy units. greater number of men. Chief
During the past two years, the Shirley received a letter of appreciation _
ComFairJax Band has per honoring his work with
formed $n 345 occassions for the band.
more than 260,000 people. The
events have ranged from cocktail As for the musicians who
and dinner parties to air shows served with the band, they have
with audiences of as many as been split up and either assignedto
i 30,000. another band or sent to a music
Recently, with as few as eight school in the Norfolk area.


R( Navy Officers May Now



Pursue Off-Duty StudyJaxSelected I .'

JOB WELL DONE RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth hands MUCS Oliver L. Shirley Jr. a Le"erof
officers may takea The Professional Development Appreciation for his work with the COMFAIRJAX Band. In the past two years the band has per.
year off with regular pay to Program is for officers serving in I
Stanfield and MU1
formed on 345 occasions for more than 260,000 people. MU1 James G. Ronald R.
do research that is the of lieutenant
study or grade through
with MU2 Kenneth A.Kinntr and MU2 Lawrence B. Cooke.
Pratt (L to R)watch along
beneficial to the officer and the captain who have not less than
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Navy. three years active commissioned r
Naval officers who desire to service and not less than five Sergeant Wins
s obtain a research assignment years active service left before
will request permission to enter statutory retirement. Applicants t
such competition from the Chief must also have a baccalaureate say Navy MedalJax
of Naval Personnel prior to degree from an accredited school
a March I, 1971. and hold a Regular Navy com x1 -Sgt. Edward C. Duggan,
i mission or concurrently apply for 14' an AO 'B' School student at
1 1C Regular Navy. MATSG, received the Navy
1f cii Achievement Medal with Combat
f A selection board convened by 1 'V' here Monday from Lt Col. L.
the Chief of Naval Personnel will
E. Blanchard, MATSG CO.
aft ( )tun1)9Ias consider all requests. Selection is 4 I vr Sgt. Duggan received the
based on the needs of the service,
medal for his work while serving
( suitability of the assignment, with the First Marine Aircraft
) //
; scholastic and professional Wing in connection with combat
of the Individual
qualifications the
operations against enemy in
5821 San Juan at Niblick recommendation of the endorsing the Republic of Vietnam from
command and field of researchor
Phone 384-4404 May 20, 1969 to April 18, 1970.
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elements of the Marine
First
DRAPES FURNISHED going to study. The Chief of
WALLTO WALL CARPETING Naval Personnel will assist those Aircraft Wing, he was sub-
ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNER Marin Edward
Sgt. Duggan
LARGE SWIMMING POOLS sequently reassigned as an
who desire cooperative positionswith of MATSG receives the Navy Achievement Medal and citation fromLt. Aviation Ordnance Man with
other government depart- .Col. L. E. Blanchard for his noteworthy performance with the First Marine Light Helicopter
ments or Agencies. Marine Aircraft Wing in Vietnam.
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I DoD Counsel Makes Report. on Military. Drug Abuse to Committee m H


WASHINGTON (AFPS) The number of young Statistics United States, Mr. Bartimo said 26 per cent acknowledged -
servicemen involved with drugs has been increasingeach He gave statistics on investigations Into hard they had used marijuana, narcotics or
year since 1965 and Defense Department officials drugs, dangerous drugs and marijuana for the past dangerous drugs before or after entering the Armed
anticipate drug incidents in 1970 will be two-and-a-half years: Forces.
double last year's figure. "Of those 26 per cent who had some drug experience -
The increased use of drugs ircludcs: all dangerous Hard Dangerous Marijuana ," he said, "65 per rent of them first used drugs(
drugs And marijuana Narcotics Drugs before entering the military service.

"This is true in the United States, in Vietnam and 19CS 940 1,594 11,507 Drug Committee
worldwide," said Frank Bartimo, a DoD assistant I 1969 1,871 3,357 19,139 In March 1970 the DoD Drug Abuse Control Com
general counsel, in a statement before a special sub. 6 mo. '70 1,533 3,069 11,868 mittee surveyed 329 Vietnam-based military person.
committee of the House Armed Services Com nel returning from leave in Japan. The survey
mittee in The Defense Department does not intend the drug showed that nearly 28 per cent had some form of
investigating alleged drug abuse the
investigation figures to be precise mathematicalcount
Armed Forces. a drug experience before or after entering military
of all persons who have used drugs in the life. .
The Department of Defense uses drug offense investigations military, officials noted. Attempts have been made About 20 per cent of the group had their first
"the only consistently reliable trend from time to time to learn more precisely the scopeof drug experience during their tour of duty in the
Indicators" Mr. Bartimo said to identify the the drug problem. Republic of Vietnam. Of the drugexperiencedgroup :
scope of illegal drug use in the military. nearly 70 per cent had first used drugs before
"The picture they portray and the trends they Sample Surreys entering the Armed Forces.
indicate are not comforting ones," Mr. Bartimo said. Sample surveys have been made, using anonymous Mr. Bartimo add the use of marijuana and other
Although most of the cases investigated each year questionnaires. The results do not substantiate the dangerous drugs in the Armed Forces "appears In.
dealt with marijuana, Mr. Bartimo noted: "That estimates of 50, 70 or 80 per cent drug abuse Involvement dicative of a lack of motivation, a sense of rebellionor
fact (is of little consolation when the statistics show in the Armed ,Forces sometimes quoted a sense of apathy, all symptoms of character
that the use of heroin and other hard narcotics in elsewhere, according to Mr. Bartimo. maladjustment which, unless corrected, makes them
the Armed Forces have been approximately doubling Citing statistics from a survey of 2,844 servicemen poor risks for continued service in the Armed
each year since 1967" between the ages of 18 and 24 at 22 bases in the Forces."

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4r one of 85 openings to the Naval attend the Naval Academy Nov. 1, 1971.
Academy. Preparatory School (NAPS) A notice of nomination and a
Reserve units are authorized to Bainbridge, Md. Although the complete package of candiate
enlist qualified young men to prep school is not mandatory, it Instructions will be issued to the
compete for these appointments.To helps an applicant's chances for applicants whose requests are
qualify the reservist must be admission. approved.
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Work iJI: : !",I 1,:, '.,, ," 1 r NATTC By }In Stella Tfoe GowlinslU. .News I


Looking back on 1970 Adm. 1
Charles K. Duncan, commanderin IittptM .. I' Supervisor Retires Winford Billy Gambrell's
Chief of the Atlantic Fleet, has Jax--A few short notes from the reenlistment ceremonies. The
extended his congratulations to Boatswain's pipe and AEC commanding officer conductedthe
all hands for a job well done. lie Thomas A. Margadonna was four year reenlistment

said, "They have met an arduous retired from active duty after ceremonies on Dec. 15, and of-
and seemingly unrelentless almost 30 years in the Navy. ferred his personal

schedule in a most exemplary AEC Margadonna received a congratulations to the men for
manner. NATTC Plaque and a letter of their devotion to duty and
He stated that the elements in appreciation for his service to the country.

which the Navy Operates, the sea Navy as Commanding Officer Chief Petty Officer Randle
and the air be friendsor John E. Kennedy conducted the
can kindly joined the Navy on Sept 14, 1954.
deadly adversaries, but they ceremony Dec. 16. He was previously stationed at
usually treat more favorably Chief Margadonna has served NARTU and reported to NATTCin
those who operate with adequate aboard many ships, squadrons, March 1969 for instructor dutya
preparation. With this in mind he and stations. His most the AE 'A' School.

encouraged all hands to set a goalof memorable tour of duty was AEC Randle is married to the
a safer 71. He stressed that when he was stationed aboard former Choon Ja Lee, and they
safety Is an all hands job that several destroyers in Korea are presently residing in
everyone should strive toward. during World War II as a chief Jacksonville.

Adm. Duncan urged commanders gunner's mate. AE1 Gambrell entered the
of ships and squadronsto lie was stationed with VP-16 in
Navy on June 6, 1955, and was
know their command's Vietnam prior to reporting to previously stationed with NAS fora
capabilities and shortcomings. NATTC in July 1967. He was an tour of shore duty prior to
lie encouraged them to practice instructor in the Aviation reporting to NATTC in July to
good housekeeping so as to be Electrician's Mate'A' School and attend the Aviation Ord-

ready with everything stowed, TOP MARINE Sgt. John Huth receives a citation from Mal.| J. F. in the Aviation Fundamentals nanceman 'B' School.
checked and secured properly, Lavin, Marine Barracks, CO, congratulating him on his selection as Course here at NATTC. He Petty Officer Gambrell has
and also to hold timely equipment Marine of the Month.Sergeant. consistently displayed excellent double reason to celebrate. a
It
checks to insure dependability of leadership abilities, devotion to
was also his wife's birthday. He
equipment in case of emergency. duty and a high level of
Is Selected is married to the former Miss
He warned against taking professional competence.Chief Geraldine and
Lippold
'operational shortcuts.! and said Margadonna is married. they are
presently residing in
that no safety considerations He and his wife Maude have four Orange
should be Marine of the MonthJax Park.Fourth
bypassed.The sonsone of whom is an instrctorfor Time Honor Class
admiral summarized his NAMTG at Cecil Field.. Congratulations go to Class 114
recommedations by stating that Sgt. John T. Huth, a duties last month at Meritorious AE3 Ingalls Reenllsts of the Aviation Ordnanceman
all actions that can be taken to Vietnam veteran who is presently Mastby Maj. J. F. Lavin, Marine AE3 James M. Ingalls raised School for winnng the com
insure the readiness and safety of Brig Warden at the NAS Barracks CO. his right hand and took the petition for Honor Class for the
the fleet should be made to Correctional Center was named Maj. Lavin cited Huth for his reenlistment oath for the first fourth consecutive time for the

enhance its role capabilities.He Marine of the Month for 'mature and uncommon un time Dec. 18 for six more years. week January 4 through January
concluded the message by November 1970 at the Marine derstanding of personal relations The Executive Officer, Cdr. Roy 11 with a total of 472 points.
wishing'fair winds and followingseas Barracks. towards both subordinates and H. Paxson, Jr. conducted the The students, the Class Advisor
in the new year' to all Fleet Sgt Huth was honored for his inmates and noted that he has ceremony in the Captain's Office. AOC Billy Davis and Class

personnel.A professional performance of been 'quick to isolate problem Petty Officer Ingalls enteredthe Leaders AN C.E Moriarty and

areas and take immediate Navy on Aug. 5, 1968. He was AA Raymond E. Sye are commended -
corrective action.' stationed with VA-42 in Oceana, for such
attaining a high
New Separation Pay The 22 year old Marine Va. prior to reporting to NATTC military and scholastic
served for 13 months with the for Aviation Electrician's Mate achievement
Force Logistic Command in 'B' School. Transfers

EffectiveDec. Vietnam, earning the Navy AE3 Ingalls chose the Navy Two NATTC instructors tran-
Becomes Achievement Medal for his work. again because of the job opportunities sferred over the holidays. AOC

He reported to the Marine and benefits offered.He Gene K.Aalgaard, who has beenan
Barracks here in November 1968 likes working as an aircraft
instructor in the AO 'B' School
new Family 1968, and consideration will
Separation and was assigned to the Guard. In technician and hopes to
Allowance FSA) law has been be given to claims rendered priorto October 1969 he to go since November 1969, left for two
was assigned
through NESEP to become an
enforced which allows ser Nov. 30, 1968 in the event they the Correctional Center where he officer. weeks at Naval Air Maintenance
vicemen serving aboard ship or were previously filed or denied. has worked his Training Group, Memphis,
way through Petty Officer Ingalls nativeof
a
Tenn. after which he will be
in an overseas billet to collect the Another new law which became ,
ranks to become Warden
Brig a Spencer, Ind. is married to the
transferred to NAS North Island.
$30 per month FSA even though effective January 1, 1971 entitles billet normally held by a former
gunnery Miss Karen P. Frye and
There he will be at the
their dependents may be residing dependents of men missing in sergeant.Sgt. they are expecting their first instructing
with their relatives in the States. action or prisoners or war to NAMTRADET air launch
.Huth has been in the Corpsfor addition to the family in July.
The policy is retroactive to collect allowance of weapons school.
an
more than five He is a The
years. Ingalls are presently
AE1 L. has also
$30 per month if they aren't native of Altamonte Springs, Fla. residing in Orange Park. Maloy Nugent
Aliens Must Report already receiving the Family been transferred to a NAM
Two Ships For Four
Separation Allowance. TRADET, only on the opposite
Jax-If are an alien in the The Captain's Office was the
you All claims for retroactive FSA coast He will report to NAS
United States or one of its may be validated by in service setting for AEC Charles Oceans where he will be in-
possessions you are required to personnel via their local Lawrence Randle's and AE1 structing on the A6A aircraft.
address to the At YouR
report your disbursing officer., _
torney month. General during this Out of service claims will be fu1UR

settled by the NFC Cleveland
or a'I -
Those who were temporarily k Af YOUR
by MCFC Kansas in
absent from the United States on City ac- v-. u4J4us1McwrRight "
January 1 have 10 days to report cordance procedures. with current orflC!, SO'oOtt

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.. the Dark Entry, while the Third provide an evening of top flight
.. ,_. Generation will appear Sunday. entertainment, while Saturday's
;.-...:-: Vthee will provide the music on entertainment will be providedby
Monday, and the Dark Entry Tommy'C' and the Seminoles.
takes the stage Tuesday.
Highlighting Wednesday's entertainment
will be the Four of OFFICERS CLUB

Clubs.
Steak Night will be featured in
ACEY DUCEY CLUB the Dining Room this evening,
and there will be Happy Hour

,. Tonight cocktail hour will be tomorrow from 4:30: to 6:30: p.m.
.
,, r.
.... ;
f ,
.,----.; --.i.' "-}0.'VIIr.....;..:."" ." '':. M. .. '_,m -.,- .- from 7 to 9 p.m. Tomorrow hear with a sing along piano.Saturdayit's
the sounds of Tommy 'C' and the champagne and candlelight
FLY NAVY-Cipt.Hugh J. Tat ((1)) CO of NARTU Jax, accepts keys to 1971 Plymouth Barracuda Seminoles, and Saturday it's dining with dancing to the music '
I from Frank Alcorn, president of the Jax Council of the Navy League. Each year, Navy League Jimmy Strickland. Sunday's of the Pipers. Sunday enjoy the
councils throughout the country provide cars for Navy air reserve commands to use as recruiting entertainment will be providedby usual Family Buffet Wednesdaythere
aids. Archie Leslie, while Wed will be a Happy Hour from
nesday there will be a Happy 4:30: to 6:30: p.m.


r Zumwalt Cracks Down


,.. RUTH'SSKYWAY

TAVERN Ld On Excess PaperworkSgt.


Jax-Adm.E.R.Zumwalt has a Adm. Zumwalt has establishedan
new goal to reach concerning Administrative Review Panel
p d, Yf i.dlsdYv Navy paperwork. The admiral with experienced personnel in
.fkOpen said that he desires a Navywideeffort administration and records
Under New Management r' to reduce all of our management. Their job is to
.1.1I paperwork requirements by 20 to coordinate the paper work
,I LIVE MUSIC..SATURDAY NITE..9 til 2
reduction
64d1 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 389-9252 ;' HOWARDJax correspondence, recommendations -

and requests on this
Howard Named Airman
Top subject may be directed to the
office.
-Sgt. Henry J. Howard, a Sgt. Howard, who works in the
communication specialist, has squadron communication center, According to the admiral the
been selected as the 679th Radar was selected for this honor basedon fact that a particular report of
THIS IS WHERE Squadron'Airman of the Month' his military bearing and procedure is required by statute,
I for December behavior both on and off duty, regulation, directive, or in-
and his knowledge of military struction does not exempt it from
WE FLY subjects and current events. being checked for improvement,
m e The 25.year old sergeant was modification, or cancellation.,
oblle assigned here in March 1970
M pNCE following a tour of duty in Adm. Zumwalt said, 'Any
INS Thailand. r significant savings and deductionin
I SASSPECIA administrative effort realized
Hospital Runs should be reported through the
program precedures establishedin
r Daily ClinicJaxTo VOP 52 and subsequent
reporting procedures."

accomodate the in

crease in outpatients, the Naval In medieval times, the word
Hospital has announced it will "garbage" applied to a combination
run the General Practice Clinic of chicken heads, feet, and
...
c:::; -== --
seven days a week beginning this innards stewed rfs a delicacy by
Let Us Consult You On All Monday creative chefs, says the National -
Your Insurance Needs! Appointments will be made Geographic Society's book,
EVERYWHEREI The AIRLINES TRAFFIC OFFICE DENNISONInsurance until 10 p.m daily. Those without The Age of Chivalry.P.L.E.N.T.Y .

represents the Scheduled Airlines of the U.S.A. and Is here to Agency appointments may have appointments -
serve the Military Installations In all their air transportationneeds. made for them at a
3823 BLANDING BLVD. later date. Of course,
Phone 771.7985 emergencies will be handled at
We have complete airline Information to show you that travelingby any time of the day or night.
air Is CONVENIENT, FAST and INEXPENSIVE.Here .

are only a few ways you can save money. SINESS #MOTORS

ONE-HALF FARE STANDBY ANT Y R g

TWO-THIRDS FARE MILITARY RESERVED '. /
YOUTH FARESEXCURSION
FARES Used VW'sReasonable

FAMILY PLAN FARES
OFFTO -.---- -- --
MUSTANG $640

MASTER CHARGE, BANK AMERICARD SERVICEMEN 6 Cyl., Stick, R&H.

ACCEPTED 66 FALCON $640

I Other Major Credit Cards Accepted Speed Sprint, R&H, 2-Door, V-8, 4

I 30 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
65 PONTIAC $690
Hardtop, Loaded!

AIRLINETICKET SCHULT RICHARDSON 64 FORD $540
8 LIBERTY BILTMORE
Wagon, Falrlane, 500, V.8,
OFFICE HALLMARK PEACHTREE Auto Trans., R&H.
.
(JAMTO) ..... 64 FORD $390

3 Locations. to Serve You Hart Mobile Home 4-Door R&H. V-8, Auto Trans.,

NAS JAX: Bldg. 13 Main Gate Ext. 2449 or 387.2811
HOURS: 0745 1700 Monday thru Friday Action 64 RAMBLER $290
NAS CECIL: Finance Office, Phone 771.3211 Ext. 8122 CenterWhere Wagon, 6 Cyl., Stick
0800-1500 Quality And Value Art Traditional -- -- -- --- --

MAYPORT: Building 24, Phone 244-5427 10607 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD PHONE 721.1544 6566 Normandy Blvd.
0800 1600 Monday thru Friday
Mile East of
Regency Square Ph. 781-4978



JANUARY 7, 1971 "'- .
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DOD Schedules Survey Vacancies

Jr

Of Local Wage ChangesJax '- __ Announced


-A wage change survey of Weighted average increases are Jax-Civlllan job openings are
the Jacksonville, wage area is computed for each survey job currently being posted for
scheduled for this month, ac- and added to the preceding foreman, aircraft electrician,
cording to the Department of survey weighted averages ratesto MPB 137-70; foreman, elec-
Defense Wage Fixing Authority.The obtain the new survey Job rate tronics mechanic (aircraft
survey, following a full averages.In systems) MPB 138-70; militarypay
scale survey, is to update the wage change surveys no supervisor GS-6,MPB 139-70;
findings of a full scale survey. hearings will be held, no budget analyst GS-5,MPB 141-70;
Wage change surveys use the establishments will be added or f and financial manager GS-12 or
same employees, occupations, deleted from the survey list, no 13, MPB 14270.
establishments and weights of information will be collected for /P These jobs are available for
establishments used In the last jobs not previously matched and civilian employees of NAS,
full scale no survey specifications will be COMFAIFUAX
survey.Information N A R F,
developed.As
FAETULANT Det. Jax, Navy
about pay with full scale surveys no Commissary Stores, Naval
adjustment of general applicationsince data will be collected until after Hospital, Navy Recruiting
the last full scale survey is the survey has been officially Center
Station, Disease Vector ,
obtained from each establishment ordered to begin by the DOD Regional Storage ManagementOffice
which participated. Wage Fixing Authority. -4ALThI Fleet Weather Facility,

FICEUR, Navy Finance Office,
iI IrrII I ,1 Regional Office of Civilian
I I Manpower Management and
___ i I I ........U1 ......... Defense Surplus Sales Office.
WINNING SUGGESTIONS suggestion for reusing sots on bleed I
,I II valves won $510 for Eugene A. Long, an aircraft engine mechanic Ir I Now You Know
I NARF'sPower Plant Division.Capt. D. H. Helle, NARF CO, presented I
,: ,; Long with a check last month. Long's suggestion is estimated to be I Banks in the United States
worth $9,185.00 in savings. process 20 billion cb.cki & year.


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aircraft engine mechanic at NARF, receives a check from Capt. D. H. ; : js'i
Heile,commanding officer, for his beneficial suggestion to salvage Pi
and P8 turbine blades and nozzle vanes when engines are dlsassenvUed.
His idea won him $500. xlr '
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SEATS, VINYL TRIM, 4-SPEED TRANS-
MISSION/ FLOOR MOUNTED SHIFT LEVER, 1
HEATER AND DEFROSTER.....


1994FULL The day little Joy Bundle arrived.This .

was the day Mr. and Mrs. Bundle saved for. This was the

day the 5l: itt interest in their Atlantic Bank passbook account added up to

something nice.
This is the day you should be saving money and earning interestat

FULL an Atlantic Bank. So you'll be ready when yaw big day comes.

NO HIDDEN CHARGES!


I "// 's a Pleasure to Bank A t Ian tic' '


PRICE INCLU TAXI ON DUVA 11 ,@ WESTSIDE P ani

FEDERAL MOTORS ; D"
P REPARATIONt 1616 CASSAT 4328 BLANDING BLVD. at HARLOW PHONE 771.6161
PIUJ87-6S41 T! I MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION.



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,$ *: 'J'Jm ::::;;':;: :: : *"": : .. *, ; "Q>>:Xf


I ;, Cecil Sports!: !r DTC. Brewster.J -. _


n-_____. ....u...... rWl nT'TnT rrrl r.-.-....-.:.-r-.-.-.-...-r-Nr....:.-.-.-:rrr.{....- ........,.,I'" .'"";.::.-.'.-.- .......'...'.- ...no.:',.'.',,,,.'.'.........,.
American League: VA-45 Christmas lists to the jolly old elf magnificent bowling league in
Admin presently holds a 3 game early this season: thhe glowing terms of en- 4 .
lead over runnerup Medical and Master Plumber Tom Puckett deal ment so befitting their ) )L. r
VA-45 No. 1 occupies the 3rd slot expected to find a new infield, greatness. Open letter to Tiny l.1 My M'
just 4 games out of the lead. outfield three pitchers and a Tim Mackintosh: You can use all, -4A 4// :
Loui Rinaldi owns the high catcher in his stocking Christmas or any part of the last sentence in I
scratch set. Lous rolled his 614 morning. A gift of these goodies your future publicity released.
gem two weeks ago. Dave would be most regretable we
Waldrons 210-552 and Chuck would be deprived of the Puckett Vernerable Bob Greene,
Roberts 197.561 led VA-45 to their Comedy president of the Officials ,
win over NAMTD. 10 league Wilt Tate coach and star Association, desired a group of -r 111 ,
members rolled 500 or better: center of the VC-4 basketball officials not suffering from -_ -
Frazier 574, Townsend 552, team only asking for a little stigmatism, arthritis and temper
Eschete 540, Stewart 532, The height in his forward wall and tantrums. Tps will prove to be
Midget 532 (no way we would some ball handling strength in his Santa's greatest challenge.
place him ahead of Stewart), backcourt.Sad .
McColskey 530 Bodngren 528, Sam DelVecchio pleadedfor Stoutpaw Don Dooley of the
Malone 519, Hall 509 and Gonyon a new portable bowling Alley Hellrazors put out an urgent
501. Naturally the Midget wishes Sam wants to set the alley up in request for a right handed pit .
everyone a Merry Christmas and the CPO Quarters of his new cher. Don needs somethig to
Happy New Year. command (USS Albany CG-10)) augment his picthcing corps.I .
Standings: and bowl away his spare (the
latter is also descriptive of Sam's merely wanted to thank SL ,
''A I.k AI
VA-45 Admin 42.14 game last week) hours. Nick for providing me with a / __._.n____/__.___, _sl __.._0._ _n__ .__ ___ _.
Medical 39-17 After two frustrating second sports season which revealed a
wonderful insight into a great REASON TO SMILE.AT3 Robert Scheurer bagged this beautiful
VA-45 No.1 38.18 place finishes in football, the
VA-45 No.3 332330&25V4 Marines asked Santa to make group of Cecil Field athletes. point buck in the Yellow Water weapons area during a hunt sponsoredby
Dental 'Hellrazor' Don Jackson retire They displayed not only excellent the Cecil Field Rod &Gun Club on the 18th of December.
VA-82 30-26 drom active competition. In ability and sportsmanship, but Notice: the monthly meeting of the Cecil Field Rod & Gun Club will
also the rare ability of finding be at 7i30: P.M.January 7th at Lake Newman.
AMD 30-26 addition, they want a quar
VA-66 29-27 terback to replace the talented humor in their activities. It is not
NAMTD 26-30 John Nelson when he leaves. generally known but much of the VA-83 Wins CUP
Food Service 22.34 Der Midget wanted Santa to satirical content of this column .
Marine 21.35 him has been provided by the individuals -
bring a special dictionary
AMD Staff 16-40 containing nothing but adjectivesand concerned, or their Commander Ted Casimes was sport's Captain's Cup by Capt.
awarded Cecil Firld's intramural
suplatives. The Mighty Miteis coaches. Coleman, C.0NAS Cecil Field
Many of Cecil Field's sports running short of the latter and at the squadron's Change of
luminaries mailed their finds it difficult to describe his Command ceremony last Mon

day.Under
VA-83's athletic officerLt.
"-T '
-.+ 'rx Tom Smith, the Rampagers
u
Government Personnel Mutual / accumulated a record 168V4
points to become the first fleet
Life Insurance Company squadron to win the Cup. The Cup
was finally sewn up by VA-83 in
'*p caU( ,tt in service to the military' the last several weeks of com-
-. petition when the squadron
JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVES: returned from a short

JIM RICHARDSON FRANK RORIECdr. Forrestal.deployment on the USS

USN (Ret.) HCPO USN (Ret) r The success of this year's
11659 Jonathan Rd. 5825 Jaguar Dr. W. athletic program is attributed to
Jacksonville 32225 Jacksonville 32205 TjL11111NII the Rampager's participation in
Tel 724-6833 intramural event offered
; every
Tel: 771-7511' ::i
I : under the Captain's Cup. VA-83
excelled in such events as

I............................................. squash, 1st; softball, 1st; soft-
ball, 2nd; tennis, 2nd; football,
2nd and basketball 3rd. The
THE CUP..Capt Coleman ; Cup
will be held the for
by Squadron
presents CDR. CASIMES with
the Captain's Cup which the one year.
Rampagers won for ac
cumulating the highest numberof
points In intramural sports
Rolup
during 1970. yvu{ sleeves WithTho

........................................................' American
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Publisher.


JAX AIR NEWS :; Call: 388-2755 Movie Schedule


NAS Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than '
: Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. .;::1' 1,1'I, \ ,., ., .K.a M" H. 1 B, I"_,HI.a, ',1.' Il Ii.' I' I;'.
LATW 1 IN G E R Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publiShed| the following week unless the
publisher Is
Instructed otherwise. A check or Thursday,January Monday,January 11
: money order for the full cost of the ad must be
received WITH the copy for the ad.
NAS: 'THE GOOD GUYS & NAS: 'TELL ME THAT YOU
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE Minimum charge( ) $2.00 THE BAD GUYS' Color western LOVE ME JUNIE MOON' Color

Jacksonville, Florida ; Per additional line ((4 words per line) 50 comedy starring Robert Mil- drama starring Robert Moore

cents chum, David Carradine and Tina and Liza Minelli. 'GP' VG (113

Louise. T.P1 VG (90 ins) mins.)

HOSPITAL: 'SKULLDUG HOSPITAL: 'BULLET'TVesday.Januar.yIZ

GERY Color drama starring

EMPLOYMENTSERVICE REAL ESTATE Burt Reynolds and Susan Clark. .

TRANSPORTATION 'GP' G (105 mins.)
l
NAS: 'CRY OF THE BAN-

SCHEE' Color horror starring

CLERICAL: JOBS OF WIVES ALL KINDS 'HIDDEN WATERS' CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS Friday,January 8 Robert Hutton. 'GP' G ((87 mins.)

Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots SWS' HOSPITAL: 'TELL ME THAT
1022 Park Street, 3547888. available. Excellent fishing, boating NAS: 'JOHNNY CASH THE YOU LOVE ME JUNIE MOON'
swimming. Mobile Home ara. Also it FORD WAGON MAN, HIS WORLD, HIS MUSIC'
permanent home area. High, wooded V.8,AT,AC Color documentary starring
PART-TIME HELP WANTED lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake Wednesday, 13WESTSIDE
Evening 5.11, 6238 103rd St. Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. 67 CHEVROLET Johnny Cash, June Carter and
Mr. Brown, Burger Chef. 2 Dr., HT,v-a,Stand.Trans. Bob Dylan. 'G' VG (90 mins.) NAS 'COLOSSUS' Color
Call A. T.Madison or Ron Rohrer. HOSPITAL: 'THE GOOD :
FOR SALE OR RENT science fiction starring Eric
Ext. 2431 or 38.S622. GUYS & THE BAD GUYS'
RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your Braden and Susan Clark. 'GP'
equity or let us rent your home. WE FINANCE
VG mins.)
MISCELLANEOUSBEARADIOOR ((100
REPORTING IN. Call
: or drop by for Saturday,January
map or sales and rental list. Call HOSPITAL: 'CRY OF THE
Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. MOTOR CYCLE STORAGE BANSCHEE'
ORANGE PARK REALTY Inside Clean & Dry. $500 Mo. Call NAS: 'CACTUS FLOWER'Color
MILITARY,FREE NOTARY Mrs. Varnadoe 2461615. comedy starring Walter
TV ANNOUNCER Matthau, Ingrid Bergman and
Recorded message by leading an-
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. BEING TRANSFERRED Goldie Hawn. 'GP' E ((103 mins.) 1!:
61 BUICK LaUBER
We HOSPITAL 'JOHNNY CASH
3552944. buy equities : Y
V 8, PS., TD, Radio, heater, Ex Cond.
Louise T.
Bailey $780. 772.3553. THE MAN, HIS WORLD, HIS
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS 771-3605 Broker MUSIC'
Consoles some with AAA-FAA, tape
players. At dealers cost to liquidate
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. ORANGE PARK 6SFORDRANCH WAGONPS Sunday January
By Owner: BR., 2 Ba., Brick Home, RiH, AT., AC, Good Rubber,
CH&A, Corner Lot, Fenced Bk Yd. 6 Good Cond. $725. 264-4180.
BABYSITTER WANTED Pct. FHA Loan. 264-5296. NAS: 'BULLET' Color drama
Officer's Wife looking for daytime starring Robert Vaughn and i i .

babysitter, 1 child. Call 772-7371 after '63 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON Steve McQueen. 'GP' E ((115
4. $250 Cash. Cdr. Thomas. 772 2971 mins.)
r. : ..'<:. or
'
.':," ",:;. RENTALS. : ...\+U 1t. 2972. HOSPITAL : 'CACTUSFLOWER' twttY tb'tt '1b ) dt)1' VORGE1jYa'RE
WE BUY& SELL < ;:
Ault AMP tE T* HAVE
Appliances & used furniture. Also SCHt fuJ T"
repair any make of home appliances.Brook's .
ORANGE PARK 6t MUSTANGGT
Furnitureand
2 BR., Apts., turn., or unfurn., Dish. AC., R&H, PS, Good Cond. WJ.
Appiliftc.725.24.f1 washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Call 7710718.
10061 Atlantic: Blvd.
Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355. I


LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISHWllford'S ,
VOLKSWAGEN
INC.
Fish Camp-264-9707 FOR RENT ,

Furnished Cottage, Adults Only.
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. Newly painted, Lights & Water fur. SELLING USED CARS
nished. $60 month. 3158 Shirley Ave.
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded.
Phone 388 3540.
Pick up & Delivery Available. -
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. -J'"
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard 100 % GUARANTEE
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 3 BR. HOUSE
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. Unfurn., 4817 Manville Clr, Ortega DEER SPRINGS ESTATES
Hills, $115 Mo. 388-8498 after 4 p.m.
68
Caprice 2095
COIN-OP' LAUNDRYDry Keystone Heights
cleaning & Alterations. 30 cents WIL-MAR APTS. 4-Door Hardtop. One Owner, only 20,000 miles. Loadedl I
2 BR, LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., By Appointment
wash 5 cents dry. V mile north NAS '
In Yukon. Open 7 days a week.OILHEATERSCLEANED. Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off 66 Grand Prix 1650
street. Water, Garbage & Sewage I Co.
Forn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus Clyde W.Simpson Loadedl I Gleaming Gold with white vinyl top.
tax) 3872541 Weekends 389-0744. REALTOR 3566349
All types oil fired furnaces serviced & 68 Pontiac 'Executive' 1050
repaired. Tylers Heating & Air
Conditioning 4711 Palmer (Lake 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED. APT. Factory air, Auto. trans., Power steering, and brakes, R&H,
$75. 771 0348.
Pool.
Shore) 3885161. Swimming WWT.

68 Comoro $1\79S\

T.V. RENTALS Radio & Heater, Automatic Transmission, Clean
G.E. 19 In. Port. Special monthly & iIId (i)
weekly rates. Air Base Pawn Shop. 69 VW Sedan 1795
(Just outside Main Gate NAS) 388-3481
Air Conditioned
,', ''XAiWi th R&H
69 VW Sedan 1650
INSTRUMENTSGuitars
MUSICAL
Radio and Heater.
Drums Repairs. Discount
Prices. Music Service. 233 6th Ave. 68 VW Sedan9525
No. Jax Beach. Across from A&P. GUARANTEED SET
Open Sundays. ort; ;"" aOuipmenf; TER, 'iAan ANY Glitterbug, Sharp

t I 24 M 24 fire 68 VW Sedan 1450
000
AKC GERMAN SHEP. PUPS "on" Guarra',; Mile" Uncondi. Radio and Heater,
Ideal protection & companionship.Shots .
Wormed. 771.0463.MOBILE 67 VW Sedan 1250

Radio and Heater.

. INSTANT CREDIT J.iS: 65 VW Sedan Glitterbug'1095Radio

HOMES I. Flu. and Heater

NO DOWN //1 69 VW Squareback 1995

MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea PAYMENT WHIff Automatic Transmission, One Owner, 20,000 miles
STRIFE" .
( Mobile Home Park) A mile LONG nl" S 250..,,_ 69 VW Squareback 2295
north of NAS, lots and rentals. Near TERMS

schools and shopping center. Clean, Auto. trans., Air conditioned, R&H.
and reasonable rates Manager on
PROPORTIONATELY LOW
SIZES
OTHER
premises. Children and pets welcome. ALL
68 VW Squareback M895
6301 Roosevelt 384-6264.
WE UNDERSELL ALL depwtmenfStores.
sfores & independent fire dealers/ Air Conditioned, Radio and Heater.
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK company
I Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
trailer and Apts. 3893007. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN


*20. month LARGE 15 TRAILER min from LOTS Cecil between r INC.

Baldwin & Maclenny 259.6681, J r ,

1150 Lane Ave, So. Phone 781-5511

1969 MOBILE HOME
24x52 ft. Large corner loM22>. 134 ft. ,. Open Daily 8 to 8:30: Saturday 8 to$

Chain link fenced. Equity paymentscan uBAMRA Sunday 1 to 6 PMJANUARY
be assumed on both. 8415 CollinsRd. 1
n ii
(off Shindler) or Ph. 7711760.)





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I Memorable Monthly.. Highlights of 1970 I

-" --
Jax-With the opening of a new Seaboard; The Naval Air Rework club annex was opened) in the Chief of Naval Operations; The h
decade last year NAS Facility s presented the gymnasium to serve as a newly remodeled enlisted men's
Jacksonvllle.along with the entire SecNav Cost Reduction Award recreation center until the club held its grand opening,
Navy underwent a variety of for saving American taxpayers renovation was complete; and sporting a new name- the Pirates
changes and witnessed the $6,287,000 during FY 1969; and Supply officers around the Navy Cove,and a new concept in Naval
arrival and departure of Special Services started off the proudly celebrated the 175th Air Reserve came to NAS with
numerous persons and events. new year by reopening the riding anniversary of their corps the commissioning of Reserve
Listed below are a few of the stables which had just undergonea MARCH Ribbon cutting Attack Squadron 203.
major happenings which made complete renovation. ceremonies were conducted, AUGUST Operation Handclasp
1970 a memorable year for both FEBRUARY Record marking the opening of the new went into full swing here
military and civilian personnel breaking rainfalls hit Jackson half million dollar chief petty with the goal of bringing aid to
aboard this station. ville.The station's Fleet Weather officers' club, and the Navy Vietnamese Navymen; The
JANUARY Secretary of the Facility reported that 4.43 inchesof switched to a twice a month pay Navy's! famous flight demonstration -
Navy John H. Chafee toured NAS rain fell in the area during one system by direction of the team, the Blue Angels,
and tenant commands during an 24 hour period; A $250,000 Department of Defense. gave a performance at NAS Cecil
orientation tour of naval Installations remodeling project commencedon APRIL .. Government Field; CNO announced that Navy
on the Eastern the enlisted men's club and.a paychecks grew larger as enlisteds may wear dungarees off
-- military personnel received an base to and from work; and the
8.1 percent pay hike and civilian Jax Fliers won the 6th Naval
employees got a percent raise; District Softball Tournament.
and NARF retired its first 50- SEPTEMBER VP 5's Mad New CPO Clubwomen
year employee, Wilson H. Foxes received the Chief of Naval
'Sandy' Sandefer, whose combined Operations Safety Award; One donned their uniforms
military and civil service Hundred aircraft and 400 pilots, and headed for St. Augustine to
experience totaled half a century. student pilots and maintenance partake in the city's annual Pal
MAY-Top Enlisted Advisor of personnel landed here and at Day festivities.
P the Atlantic Fleet, AVCM AlbertT. Cecil Field to conduct carrier DECEMBER Construction
ENz .Johnson, visited the air station qualifications aboard the USS plans got underway for the new
and discussed the primary Intrepid and ComFairJax took' $598,212 Acey Ducey Club whichis
suggestions and complaints of over the top spot in the American estimated for completion next
Navymen in the Fleet. League Grid race. Oct""..r; An Action Line
+ JUNE The Marine Aviation OCTOBER The VP-16 Eagles tee hone system was introduced
Detachment (MAD) was flew home following a three t the commanding officer toT
redesignated as a Marine month deployment in Bermudaand ))1t' Navy personnel and their
V Aviation Training Support Group South America; and NARF 1 |undents an opportunity to
t .raM (MATSG) by order of the opened its doors to all military ,*& their thoughts directly to
Group's CO, Lt. Col. R. P. Eck- and civilian personnel and thei"" and NARTU was awarded
mann; Capt. William W. Loy dependents for a Family Dr' -onman trophy, symbolizing
assumed the post of NAS event aimed ,at acquaintii rt r ,'!?nce in sports activities.
> i.-w. executive officer; The Jax Navy employees' wives, friends and
Federal Credit Union opened its families with the Rework Fac-
A Squadron Is Born new headquarters facility in the ility's mission.

Roosevelt Mall; and the last C NOVEMBER .. The CNO fQ ZI

131 aircraft here, nicknamed the issued a Z-gram which clarified ... .....P.. ..
B! 'Triple Nine,left for Naples after his standpoint on the issues of
11 years aboard NAS. haircuts,request chits and other 1. Who was voted the American
JULY Capt. John R. Kincaid items of dispute,Camp Fire Girls League Rookie of the
took command of NAS, relieving and the air station joined forcesin Year in 1970
Cant f Cutler;Adm.Elmo R. the annual Christmas Charity 3. Name the most valuable
1 rsfsl 2uu....tait Jr. became the new Drive; and local servicemen and players National in the Leagues Americanand in

9 1970.

... 3. Name the player who was
instrumental in winning or
tieing four straight gamesin
the last minute for the
Oakland Raiders.
4. Monday night telecasts of
.
f" pro football have receivedhigh
ratings this year.
+,i yft< a<,. 1 '9Iw ,, Name the broadcast crew
that handles the telecasts.
'1 t0
WINNING ,
"'. Who was the Heisman Trophy
QUINIEIASTONIGHT'S NS ,
winner in 1970
'i Li C Who is the owner of the
lltht. 12th California Golden Seals in
RACESORANGE ;x;<; ; the National Hockey
League?
-. 7. What is the record for most
PARK
+ t field goals in one period of
w e b z gMS pro football?
Answers
WINNING begins TONIGHT at -Saturday 1 :30 & I
1. Thurman Munson, New
y 6 F York Yankees.
/ y M 2. John "Boog" Powell, Ori
oles, American League and
BEAUTIFUL INN
NEW MOTOR
.
"' Md jj'JI.f'W" ---- Johnny Bench, Redlegs, National
League.
District TournamentOVERSTOCKED 3. The well-traveled George
RAMAD& Blanda, the oldest man in
professional football at age
INN \ 43.
4. Keith Jackson, Don Meri-
dith and Howard Cosell.
ROADSIDE HOTELS 5. Jim Plunkett, Stanford U.
IN 12' WIDE MOBILE HOMES 6. The same Charles 0., Finlay
that owns the Oakland Ath
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New 72x60 7. Four, set by Curt Knight of
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COLOR TV IN EVERY ROOM 15, 1970 against the Giants.
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JANUARY 7, 1971 .z..

JAX AIR NEWS- LATWINI-- .. ...- -=..D.. D AI-G 1'1'


I Marine Reserves Are HonoredJax


Personnel at the
Marine
years of
Air Reserve Training Detachment reserve combined active and SSgt. George E. Hopwool, a jet
duty. Mr.
(MARTD) here have been with Conner was mechanic for the Marine Air

rather active lately with inspection 142 here Marine in Attack Squadron Reserve Training Detachment,
promotions,awards and Avionics officer Jacksonville as reenlisted Dec. 11 during an
reenlistment ceremonies. and as assistant informal ceremony in the office
During a mid December visit maintenance The officer. of Lt. Col. D. G. Ranney, the
the visiting general also commanding officer.
commanding general of the
presented the
4th Marine Aircraft Wing, Maj. Corps Medal to Navy and 'Marine Newly promoted SSgt Paul S.
former
Gen. Robert P Keller Marine Jasko Jr. was congratulated by
inspected Sgt. James
H. Zidlicky for saving his wife Diane
and
anddiscussed the maintenance of the live of by Lt Col.
a drowning
Marine in Ranney at
the Detachment's aircraft. Vietnam last a ceremony held
General Keller June.Zidlicky is now before Christmas at MARTD
presented a living in the Jacksonville

Marine certificate Warrant of retirement Officer Bill to with tends his Florida wife Cynthia, and area at- headquarters.Dec.23 more than 60 dependent : iii-i- ii
Junior College children met Santa :
Conner. The warrant officer where at the .
he .
majors in MARTD .J.. .
general Christmas --
ended his Party and -- -- 11'
career Dec. 13 after 23 education
-- Open House. Santa arrived on the jog THIS IS WHAT IT'S LIKE Charknt Hill,daughter of Sgt. Ma|.
scene in aT- 33 Jet trainer and D. L. Hill, MARTD sergeant major,finds out what the cockpit of an I
was immediately taken to the AHL Is really like during MARTD's Christmas Party and Open House

Detachment's hanger where he hero- -- Dec:. 9t.

The was youngsters welcomed by were the then children.given Mad Foxes Host Open.. House I

the opportunity to be
photographed sitting in one of the Jax A combination open helicopter to the delight of the
MARTD fighters. house and Christmas party was youngsters.
held by Patrol Squadron Fiveas
CNO Modifies the Mad Foxes closed out 1970.

Navy Inspections The affair featured a squadron
aircraft on static display, a
Jax-Inspection programs of demonstration of safety and
Navy combat units need to be survival equipment, and a layoutof rg
changed in order to better serve weapons carried aboard the ,
the needs of command
and be less aircraft.
squadron
burdensome to those in
the inspections *
For the younger members of
i according to the Chief the party there were kiddie
4'fr-1 r of Naval Operations, Adm. E. R. movie shows and lots of presents --
Zumwalt.In \
from Santa. The jolly old gent IM IIIIIItMIJI'WI
this :: :
making announcement
E ,
e "',.. arrived aboard a UH 1
f> _. he reasoned that excessive e1 Engraving
.
; <<... ;i iI mounts of manpower have been \ ft 4W6 rOPAYI I S Ring Sizing .
; used in preparing for inspections, S Repair WorkPerformed .
p7i- : L taking up valuable training time. On Premise

Changes in program the modified include inspection Take Your Baby CREDITTERMSAVAILABLE

requirements that results be Military Accounts
: made as satisfactory or unsatisfactory We(corned I

4 .< that mandatory use
of check-off lists be eliminatedand to a SpecialistWE
the chief inspector be the
immediate unit commander
'w e 'ea MAINTAIN IT
(IUC). WITH LOVING CARE JonathanJewelers
Other changes specify that
personnel from sister units will TOM BUSH Volkswagen

not be used as assistant inspectors
RUleHbSJqlllJM 1704 Highway 17,Orange Park d
and that the IUC should Dan and Linda Boatwright
'i attempt to combine inspections 9850 Atlantic Blvd. Phone. 264-6396
FOR HEROISM Sgt. James H. Zidlicky of 2071 Hyde Park Rd. In and conduct them on an unscheduled ....asi
I Jacksonville Is presented the Navy and Marine Corps Medal by Ma|. basis in conncection -
Gen. Robert P. Keller,commanding general of the 4th Marine Aircraft with his ordinary visits to the
Wing during his visit here last month. inspected unit.

3644 Philips Hwy.at .

I Marines Stand Fast on Traditions Emerson

4331 Blanding Blvd.aSSStov .
WASHINGTON While the make it hard to be a Marine.' We are not going to let our hair
other Services search for in- Gen. Walt who has asked to grow long.' f ed obs
centives to recruit and keep retire Feb. 1 after nearly 35 lie also said that to 'lower the er

enlisted men, the Marine Corps, years' service, said he thinks a fence' on discipline and per-
to fill its ranks, plans to fall backon man wants to become a missiveness would do nothingmore
its tradition of being a tough, Marine because he has a 'deep than endanger the lives of' l l1 /

professional outfit desire,' and said the Corps is not Marines when they get into I
'We are not going to soften our going to disappoint such a man. combat. 'And we are not going to RAW OISI RS

training,' said General Lewis W. 'He is going to expect that the do that,' Gen. Walt said. CLAMS 1do!. .7
Walt, assistant commandant.'We Marine Corps, in its training RAW dot. 1.4S
are going to get tougher in process, will make him a much The man entering the Marine 1h dot..BS;

our training. We are going toOUR' better man, thegeneral said!And Corps and 'only about 35,000 . . 1.75fRlfO
1.65
if we let him down on that, if we will get in during 1971- will haveto SEA BASS DINNER( Fed) . : ; : 1.85
accept the Marine Corps on theCorps' "
let him down on the disciplines CLAM . . US
he expects to be disciplined then terms. SAUTEED SCALLOPSBEER . . . US
hs is going to be disappointed in 'If he wants to be a Marine he is SHRIMPBOILtO . US

the Corps. not going to argue about how his GROUPfR.-Boll.d l dol.1.45. .1 do". . \.95
That why, he continued, 'we hair is cut, or whether he has to FRIED OYStfRS-v. 1 od01,1.45.1 dOL
CLIENTS ? are not letting down our guard. get up at 6 a.m.'Gen. Walt added. GOLDEN SHRIM Shrimp oysters, 2.35

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4 '.

I Reserve Training RequiredFull


participation in the Naval source for augmentation of the
Reserve Training Program is active forces"
now required of Reserve 2x6 Exempt from the t new directiveare
personnel as the result of a Navymen who (1) are not
directive from the Secretary of recommended for reenlistment;
the Navy. ((2)) have failed to advance to pay
The directive followed a grade E-3; ((3) have less than H
statement by the Secretary of months remaining of a six year
Defense that expressed the need obligation; ((4)) are not living
for a high state of preparednessamong within a reasonable commuting
Reserve units and individuals distance; or ((5)) are encountering
emphasizing that they hardships or civilian em.
are the "initial and primary ployment conflicts
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HONOR E D-LCdr.Larry Jacobs and Lt.Jim Becker of the Com Fair Jax staff have been awardedthe
County schools Navy Commendation Medal and the Navy Achievement Medal, respectively. LCdr Jacobs
earned his medal at the Naval War College where he was administrative officer in the Naval Com
mand course before becoming Flag Secretary and Aide here. Lt. Becker was cited for coordination of
serving Bellair are... field modification programs for A4 and A7 aircraft.. Fleet Air Jacksonville Commander, RAdm.
Lawrence Heyworth Jr., presented the medals.

Modern Lower Interest on GI Home LoansWASHINGTON


6 Progressive Veterans This reduction combines with condominiums for the first time
using GI loans will have improved provisions of the Veterans and also allows GI loans to be
Fully accredited opportunities to finance Housing Act of 1970, recently used for refinancing homes
homes and will pay less for loansas signed by the President, to make already owned by veterans.In .
the result of two important the housing outlook considerably addition, it also restores the
actions of recent weeks. brighter for millions of veteransin expired, unused eligibility for
The latest was the lowering of the view of Administrator of loans to veterans of World War II
the maximum rate of interest to Veterans Affairs Donald E. and the Korean Conflict.
.d eight per cent, effective Dec. 2. Johnson It also lowers the cost of loans
The rate had been eight and one lie pointed out that the new law by doing away with a 5 percent
half per cent since January, 1970. allows loans on mobile homes and funding fee previously paid by
post Korean veterans.Mr. .
Johnson said that the
ServMart Changes HoursJax average GI loan at this time is
4 about $20,000 meaning that the
The SERVMART in building 160 has changed its hours of buyer would save$2,530 over a 30
operation due to a cutback in personnel.The year loan period from the
new. hours operations are from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.mMonday reduction in the interest rate.
ORANGE PARK JR.-SR.' HIGH through Friday Except Wednesdays when it will close at noon. Service lie added that the new ability
will be provided for emergency needs veterans have to purchase mobile
sy ,--, homes with GI loans will be,a big
\$; '
:
'S (
L help to young veterans with
1 g Ir
,- q f limited income.
.. :: Eligibility for a loan is restoredto
a veteran once a mobile home
'4 ha r loan is paid off. The law also
provides that loans for mobile
homes may include funds for lots
on which' to place the units.


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Application for Nomination



) Board of Directors



Credit Committee



I .. ..now being accepted at all CREDIT UNION offices.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING APPLICATIONS JANUARY 22, 1971.
r' .
I W.MEL ROSS, PRESIDENT OF JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, HAS
APPOINTED THESE MEMBERS TO SERVE ON THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE -
FOR THE 1971 ANNUAL MEETING: "

..
GORDON L. KING, Chairman
Supply DepartmentNAS
Jacksonville
772-2674

.
LCDR. L.H. PRESTON, JR. WILLIAM L. PURCELL ALBERT TANNER
NATTC NARF Data Processing
Phone 772-3223 Phone 772-2400 NAS Cecil Field
(
771-3211, Ext. 8133
President's }


CHARGE TO THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE."Screen .


candidate applications for four (4) vacancies on the
Board of Directors and two (2) vacancies on the Credit Com
mittee and nominate a minimum of two candidates for each
vacancy, provided sufficient qualified candidates have sub
mitted applications for consideration."

IT IS THE OPINION OF THE PRESENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS THAT THE '
BOARD OF DIRECTORS IN PARTICULAR AND THE CREDIT COMMITTEE
SHOULD BE MADE UP OF A CROSS SECTION OF OUR MEMBERSHIP. )
.THEREFORE, IT IS DESIRABLE THAT THE NOMINATIONS FOR
I VACANCIES TO BE FILLED AT THE 1971 ANNUAL MEETING INCLUDE
PERSONNEL REPRESENTING THE OFFICER, ENLISTED,AND CIVILIAN .
MEMBERSHIP FROM BOTH NAS JACKSONVILLE AND NAS CECIL FIELD,
AND RETIRED PERSONNEL.THE .

( NOMINATING COMMITTEE WILL CONSIDER ALL APPLICATIONS '{
t RECEIVED; AND WILL SELECT A SLATE OF NOMINEES BEST
QUALIFIED TO FILL EXISTING VACANCIES.) ,

Applications available from Nominating Committee members, ,..
v
all credit union officials,or office managers at any of the credit

', .- union offices.
,'
*>

r 3 Put yourself in the picture...


... Fill out an application today!



I ANNUAL Membership MEETING


=;s. FRIDAYFEBRUARY 26, 1971/ NATTC / KING HALL / 7:00 P.M. '

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The NOMINATING a}

[ ; -lW COMMITTE WANTS TO INCLUDE '{ 'b tq }

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How They're w tg 1 'at
StandingNational liVY SPORTS'


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League Court Fliers Look SyrJ


VP-5 5-0 1000 i ,Naay
VW4 3-0 1000 \ :;_
AMD 2.1 .667 For 'New Season'Jax / -'p

FICEUR 2-2 .500
Bees 2.2 .500 -The Jax Navy basketball Tommie Bowie and Randy .,
679th 1.2 .333 Fliers hope to open a 'new James, but we've added some
VA-203 1.2 ,333 season' when they face NAS players with the helgth to help out
NATTC 0-3 Glynco tomorrow night in their under the boards.'
MATSG 04American first tangle in 1971. The Fliers tip off against
Coach Restor Bryan's squad Glynco at 7:30: p.m. Friday, and
League opened the season with a pair of (then meet them again beginningat r
victories over NAS Albany, but 2 p.m. Saturday. Both gamesare 'ay r. b ..

VP-16 5-0 1000 dropped its next six in a row slated for the NAS Jax Gym ,. ... .. .
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Medical 4.1 .800 before knocking off for the (Bldg. 3)) and basketball fans
Hospital 3.1 .750 holiday period.Augumented. aboard the station are invited out DISTAFF SWINGERS Showing the form that put them among the
MarBar 2.1 .667 by some new to give their varsity squad some top golfers in the Women's Golf Association fall handicap are (L to R)
AirOps 3-2 .600 players, Bryan predicts that his support. Jean Heyworth, Lassie Mahoney,Mittie Sills and Ruth Ann Kozak. .
Admin 2-3 .400 team will be improved when it

NARTU 2-3 .400 takes on Glynco in games Lady Golfers Honor Fall Champions r
MARTD 1.3 .250 tomorrow and Saturday. .. ;
FlapJax M 'With the addition of a couple of -
Comm 0-5 players and some hard workoutsover Jax-Members of the Women's Bernice Anderson and Penny for second were Jane Watson and
the holiday period, the team Golf Association gathered at the Bennett. Cynthia Taeusch and the team of
VolleyballNARTU has shaped up and looks much quarters of Mrs. Lawrence Turning in 74's for a two way tie Eva Phillips and Lil Alcorn "
better than it did' Bryan commented Heyworth aboard station Dec. 18 ---
9-0 1000 to honor top golfers in the 4
VW-4 3-0 1000 'We'll tell this weekend if we association's recently played y
AMD 2.1 .667 can get back on the winning track Fall Handicap Tournament '01FKuS' 1' r
MATSG 5-1 .556 against Glynco. We'll still be First flight honors went to MESS I
.
VP-5 4.3 .571 looking for a scoring punch from Lassie Mahoney who was 4 U' #
VA-203 4-3 .571 followed by Jean Heyworth,
Hildur Hart and Ted Kingsbury.
Medical .500
5-5 I
VW4 3-4 .429 Summer Pool Lil Jacob captured the top spotin .
FAETU 2-8 .200 the second flight ahead of Dot .
MarBar 1-8 .111 Help SoughtJax Hilton, Ann Wright and Jane II
Watson.
The NAS Jax Lil Acorn captured the third 0
Special Services has an- flight, finishing ahead of Mittie
I
nounced that it is now Sills, Ruth Ann Kozak and 0
HONDA taking applications for Margret Owens.
lifeguards, swimming Opening up their '71 play Q0a
MOTORS& CYCLES CO instructors, and pool Tuesday over the station's linksin
4949 BLANDING BLVD. maintenance personnel for a blind partner affair, two
the 1971 summer season. teams' tied for first, and two ,
771-8244
PHONE Applicants for lifeguardmust others ended in a tie for the
hold current Red second spot.
Cross senior lifesaving Cookie Kennedy and Bobby
'f "' certificates and applicants Pressler netted a 73 to tie' with
NAVY for swimming Instructor
'NOW REMEMBER WHEN YOU SERVE TilE CHAPLAIN
must be Red Cross water Bowling MeetingJax
ITS CREAMED BEEF ON TOAST! "
safety instructors.
&lliJlr@INSURANCE Apply at Special Ser- There will be an
vices, Bldg. 704, Room 105, organizational meeting for the
during normal working spring intramural bowling
hours. leagues at the NAS Jax Gym at

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