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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Hair Styles ji,


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I Jax The Navy will no longer dictate t 'Pr

t 4 haircuts, according to new policies prc: t .n 4d: .
// Elmo Zumwalt, Chief of naval operflior I U I

In Z Gram 70, Adm. Zumwalt issued guidelines for ,
A hair grooming and uniform appearance to become an .; J

official change to Uniform Regulations and, as he hopes, ; :
to clear up any misunderstandings which may have
a stemmed from Z Gram 57. 41
According to the CNO, hair styles are now a personal

option, provided they conform to a neat, clean, trimmed :
and well groomed appearance. As he prescribed, 'hair '
will not touch the collar except for the closely cut hair at
T Tj the back of the neck, which will be tapered. Hair in

'.;. A front will be groomed so as not to fall below the eyebrow

.., when uncovered, and does not bush out below the band '.
',i iI if of properly worn headgear. In no case shall the bulk or "

length of hair interfere with the proper wearing of any
r military headgear. The exact maximum length of the
hair is no longer specified.'

:a- Sideburns may be worn if they are 'neatly trimmed,
I do not extend below the bottom of the earlobe, are of
.. even width (not flared) and end with a clean shaven

I', horizontal line. Moustaches, full or partial beards, Van
Dykes and goatees are also permitted if they conform to
a well groomed and neatly trimmed appearance.
SOUNDS OF OLD MEXICO Musicians Barry Low, 'Kim' Aucremann, Rick Redcay and bandleader
he has authorized of to
Although wearing dungarees
f, Frank G. Forgione (front) perform a number from their 'South of the Border' theme, one of
many you will hear when the Navy Show Band arrives here tomorrow night for four appearances. and from work, Adm. Zumwalt stated that foul weatheror
The Navy Show Band has entertained some 100 million persons throughout the world. flight jackets may not be worn with the working

.,4.,, ,.,1411 /144,11414/41111/11/4/x.,1111144111/111/411//11/41114M4141 11//44,4.,44.4,4,44.4.4.,44.4' uniform off base.
Navy Showmen = New Military And Civilian. ; In issuing Z Gram 70, Adm. Zumwalt stated that it is
I I an individual responsibility to preserve the traditionalfine
i Pay Scales on Page 16 i standard of appearance associated with men inuniform. 4

', Perform Here.l l 4/4444.4.44444444414111/4//4114114/11/111141/4444444.44444.444444444444.444444444444441444114/4411/1//1141/1111411!. .



This WeekendJaxThe
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Navy Show Band will
make its first of four NAS ap-
?., pearances tomorrow evening at 8
at the Pirates Cove. Reservations f .4 r -ti, vd4 ?
r are not required for the EM Club
I 1 performance, and meals will be VOU 28 NO. 43 JANUARY 28, 1971
available from the regular menu.
Sunday the band will conduct Schedules .1
a matinee performance at King Skipper Two NAS Officers DecoratedFor
.) Hall beginning at 2 p.m. At 8:30: Prayer Breakfast
I.r r p.m.Saturday the world famous
musicians will appear at the Jax .. The station
Officers Club. An international Commanding Officer Capt. Meritorious AchievementJax
dinner will be served from 6 until John Kincaid has Invitedall
.
l' showtime, and dancing will hands to join him at 7
follow the band's performance. a.m. Tuesday at the '- Two Navy officers here have received citations for meritorious s
Reservations for Candlelight Restaurant fora
are required
officers and their guests. Prayer Breakfast, to be achievement at previous duty stations. LCdr. Michael E. Jackets, who reportedhere
held In conjunction with the early this month for assignment as assistant RATTC officer at Air
On Sunday at 8 the band
will give a show at p.m.the CPO club 1971 Presidential Prayer Operations, was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and CWO 2 John T. Rooks,
", for all chief petty officers and Breakfast. ground electronics officer for Communications, was awarded the Navy Com-
.. their guests. Reservations are Breakfast is 75 cents per mendation Medal. _____________________________________________ :
f not necessary, but the club person be and made reservationscan by calling A former Navy Program Vietnam, LCdr. Jackets was material officer.
reminds its members that space Ext. 3051 or 3052. Manager with the U. S. Military cited for his 'vital role in improving Cited for 'exceptional skill,
will be limited
due to the Show Assistance Command (MACV) in and modernizing the resourcefulness and technical
Band's popularity. Dinners will Republic of Vietnam armed expertise,'he was responsible for
t!; :\ be served from the regular menu. forces maintaining the communicationsand
,.(....
..' .. From November 1969 until electronic equipment at a
This weekend will mark the November 1970 he was assigned maximum level of readiness and
first time that the Navy Show with the Programs Branch, operational efficiency, accordingto
: I Band has ever appeared in the and his citation.
Programs
Organization
4:i-1 1 : Jacksonville) All
hands
' area. are Divisions, Office of the Assistant lie was also commended for
+ i .j I encouraged to take of _.
; advantage and
Chief of Staff, MACV. Accordingto designing constructing a
this rare opportunity to witnessthe his citation, he provided key communications shelter for
Navy's finest entertainers in staff participation in the Beachmaster operations and for
,1 action. programming and overall significantly improving the unit's
iT ff f ( ?tale, Travel Form 4 management of the Navy portionof operational effectiveness during
: the Military Assistance Ser amphibious assault operations.
I C': I vice Funded Program of Viet- Warrant Officer Rooks
For Standby Rates nam. reported for duty here last

Jax-If you're taking leave soon (((L CWO Rooks was cited for November.
and plan to travel in a military meritorious achievement while
reserve or standby status aboard serving with Beachmaster Unit Inside
a commerical airline, don't .. .. Two, a combat orientated Page
forget to take along your DD communication and salvage unit
I Form 1580 when purchasing your a for Atlantic Fleet amphibious Club Schedules 2
ticket. ". operations.He .
The form is mandatory for all was assigned with the unit Menu 2
military personnel traveling at at the Naval Amphibious Base in Movies 11
reduced fares, and airlines are WINS COMMENDATION-Capt. John KicaldNAS commandingofficer Little Creek, Va., from July 1967 New Payroll 16
obligated to charge full fare to congratulates CWO-2 John Rooks after presenting him the to October 1970 as the com- Sports H,15
those not possessing it. Navy Commendation( Medal. munications and electronics


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

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

constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.i1LI' .
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Morning



I A Time to PauseJa JI( Jlr J moCatholic mW



WEEKDAYS
a.m.; each morning of men throughout the world mightbe ; Supper a
to 1 p.m.
the)ifeili"brief-ceremony' takes free. GALLEY NO. I.. Breakfast to 7:30: a.m.; Dinner!11 a.m.

,v plattJlAboari! bach U.S. naval Today, many of us get so to GALLEY 5:30! p.m. Sandwich NO. 3: 'Br.akfast.5:30 line served:at dinner to 7 a.m.1 only. Dinner.? am. to ,12:30: p.m.;

activity in'the world. It's colors. caught up in our daily routine in a Supper.5 to 6:1S: p.m. Sandwich tine open in Wings Sand 6 at dinner only.

Here at NAS Jax a steam horn fast moving world that we take WEEKENDS AND. HOLIDAYS Brunch.9:30: a.m. to
sounds across the station and a for granted the wonderful nation BOTH GALLEYS: Early Breakfast 6:30: to 8:30: a.m.1 NAVAL AIR STATION
Marine color in which to live. 12:30: p.m.; Supper to S:30: p.m. Brunch.70cenis; Supper.SS
guard smartly runs we are privileged COM RATS prices: Breakfast cents; Dinner and
Old Glory up the pole into the lThe next time colon sounds, let cents. The following menu Is served at both galleys. Saturday Mass 5 P.M. Sunday

morning air. Friday, January Jt Potatoes, Mexican Corn, Seasoned Mass 8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass
A few minutes later the horn BREAKFAST Oatmeal, Hard Spinach Vanilla Pudding. Monday .. 11 A.M. Tuesday
sounds two short blasts denoting Boiled Eggs Fried Eggs to Order. Monday, February 1BREAKFAST..Buttered Hominy through Friday .. 11:30: A.M.

'carry on./ But what do in- Griddle Cakes Fish Portions or Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried Saturday Confessions 10:30: .
Ground
Grilled Creamed Grits
dividuals do between the two Bologna Toast, Grilled 11:15 A.M.
Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes, Eggs to Order, French :
blasts? A majority of those Blueberry Muffins.DINNERManhattan. Bacon, Broiled Luncheon Meat Home NATTC

walking aboard the station in 0 Clam Chowder, Fried Potatoes, Maple Bars.DINNER..Knlck.rbocker. Soup, Sunday Mass9:30: A.MWdg. 500
Seafood Platter, Fried Shrimp,
uniform come to attention and
\ Natural Pan Gravy,
Scallops or Fish Portions, Baked Pepper Steak, .
salute, and people in civilian Macaroni, & Tomatoes Braised Liver Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Brussel Sunday Worship 10 A.M.
street clothes respectfully: stand 1 & Onions, Potatoes Au Gratin, But. Sprouts, Sauteed Corn, Sugar Cookies.
while the flag goes up. Drivers # tered Broccoli Spears, Cherry Pie. SANDWICH LINE-Grllled
SANDWICH LINE Grill Hamburgersor Cheeseburgers and Hamburgers. ProtestantNAVALAJRSTATION
bring cars to a stop and await the

'carry on' whistle of the horn. 'SUPPER Cheeseburgers.-Chlcken Noodle Soup, SUPPER' --Pepper Pot Soup, Veal
Yet a few individuals fail to Southern Fried Chicken, Chicken Loaf, Brown Gravy Ste ed Rice,
render the proper respect. Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Bread Savory Bread Dressing, Buttered
Stopped motorists have been Dressing, Southern Style Greens, Broccoli, White Cake with Butter
Boiled Pinto Beans, Hermits. Cream Frosting.
honked and yelled at for 'holdingup Saturday,January )0 Tuesday,February 2 Sunday
traffic.' Civilian employees BREAKFAST-Hominy Grits, Chilled BREAKFAST-Hot Farina, Hard Holy Communion 8:30: A.M.
officers and enlisted men and Pineapple Juice Hard Boiled Eggs, Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, ChurcH
School
Grilled Sausage Bldg. 750; 9:15:
Fried Eggs to Order, French Toast Griddle Cakes
women have been seen standingor Griddle Cakes, Choice of Grilled Patties, Creamed Beef, Hash Brown A.M.
walking outside while wat- us take a minute out of our busy Bacon, Ham or Minute Steaks, Hash Potatoes Iced Clnammon Raisin Junior Church (nursery grade
ching the colors rise, apparently day to stop and proudly salute Brown Potatoes, Peach Pie. Rolls. 10:30 A.M. Divine
6))
unaware of what is going on. OUR flag and at the same time BRUNCH-Frled Eggs to Order, DINNER..Chicken Rice Soup, : ; Worship
give thanks that we of the United Breakfast Meat or Grilled Hamburgers Country Fried Chicken, Chicken Service -10:30: A.M. Bldg. 750;
Is it because we don't know
and Cheeseburgers, French Gravy, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30:
what Is going on- or is it that we States are so richly blessed. Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Mashed Potatoes, Seasoned Snap P.M. Bldg. 722; Senior Youth
Americans take too much for Beans, Struessel Coffee Cake. Beans, Buttered Hominy, Cherry Pie.
SUPPER-Grllled Ham Steak or SANDWICH LINE-Chili Dogs. Fellowship1:30: -Bldg. 722.
granted? Do we take for grantedthe Broken Service.Reenlistments
Grilled Salisbury Steak, Cream SUPPER-Minestrone Soup, Boiled Tuesday
wonderful in whichwe
country Gravy, Steamed Rice, Boiled Navy Spaghetti, Spaghetti Sauce, Baked
live our rights, privilegesand Beans, Buttered Asparagus Tips, Lasagna,Toasted Cuban Sticks, Fried .
Christian Science Service
freedom? Poncho Pound Cake. Egg Plant, Ginger Bread with Vanilla 7
Sunday, January U! P-M-
Throughout the history of our
BREAKFAST Oatmeal, Hard Pudding.Wednesday, Tuesday
3
great country, at war and at Jax-Navy personnel who have Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, BREAKFAST-Chilled February Tomato Juice, tl,

peace, the Stars and Stripes have left active duty and entered the French Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choiceof Hot Rolled Oats, Hard Boiled Eggs, \ Senior Choir Rehearsal P.M.
been a symbol of life, liberty and broken service category may be Grilled Bacon, Ham or Minute Pork Fried Eggs to Order, French Toast,
the pursuit of happiness.On eligible to reenlist in one of the Chops, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Iced Minute Steaks, Creamed Ground Bldg. 750

the battlefields our flag has rates contained in the Open Rates Braids.BRUNCH-Frled Eggs to Orders Claws.Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes, Iced Bear I i NAVALIIOSPITAL

waved as an inspiration and List (BUPERS1NST 1130.4J CH5of Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham DINNER-Slmmered Pea Soup
symbol of hope to our fighting Jan. 8, 1971.) burgers, Grilled Cheeseburgers, Boiled Corned Beef or SimmeredBeef Divine Worship 10 a.m.
men. Even in the darkest hours of For details on the list and how French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Natural Brown Gravy, Boiled NATTC
Baked Beans, Assorted Cake ,
8
Buttered
White Potatoes Cabbage
war our flag waved, proving to you can return to active duty, Doughnuts, Jello Roll Carrots, French Apple Pie.; >
the world that Americans cared contact the NAS personnel office, SUPPER-Grilled Beef Steak, Fried Divine Worship 11 A.M. Bldg.
SANDWICH LINE-Slmmered Frankfurters
.
and would< with Sour Cream, French Fried

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JANUARY, 1971 CLUB SCHEDULES

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ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

January 28 January 29 January 30 January 31 February 1 February 2 February 3




Pirates Phil Cay Navy Phil Cay The Lorenzo The
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Jimmy Noon Special Breaded Pork
Cocktal"I
A cey-Ducey Strickland Surprise of Special Cutlet
Hour
Chicken Rice 1
Stuffed Hour
and Band Happy
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his Group PeppersBell 4:30: t06 p.m.





Special: ( : f :

CPO Pizza to Whateve;'s SUPfORT. YOUR{

Fair
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Junior Officers Navy ,

Officers Steak Dinner Hard Rock Show Band ,
and Band 8:30: p.m. W
Club Wine Fountain Happy Hour Reservations The JAX AIR NEWS I. a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

4:30: t06:30: p.m. Needed distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

N Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
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CLUB HOURS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS

Jacksonville, by JZOO noon 0" Monday before pubUtatlo" News
Items are welcomed from aU ources. Telephone f 772-3118 or
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If your child appears overly active; withdrawn; can't concentrate;
.iv Is easily distracted Is failing subjects in school; doesn't understand '\ .
: his assignments; doesn't like to read; seems fidgety; is
'. .', easily frustrated; throws tantrums; can't play In a group ... These
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JANUARY 21, 1971ADJ2
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t :. Bored Try, FlvinqCecilBecome -

a member of the per hour, Cherokee aircraft The
Navy-Jax flying club and learn to club has a variety of aircraft, two
fly at two thirds the regular cost Cessna 150'S, one Cherokee 150,
The club is currently increasingIt's one Cherokee 180, and one T-34
membership which now trainer.
consists of 85 member, five of Information concerning the .
which are instructors Take flying club may be obtained by
advantage Of your VA benefits to calling the club president, R.M.
further your aviation career after Booth at NAS Jax,772-3065, VicePreslcent
attaining your private license. B.R. Spurgeon at NAS
i Make inexpensive crosscountrytrips Cecil ext 294 or 295, Or the the
... .
. Retort Charles in our four place, 140 miles flying club office at Herlong tBK PC.ii ">. ** -- '-;*.
Jax. at mn from the eyes of a member of the Navy JM. Flying|
Club.Two aircraft from the Ju Navy Flying Club cruise over.Jax and I

5--5 CD eC.e..las> BlandingBoulevard view the tights.I __.. ._.._.._ _
; House of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping. Center .
Phone 771 9221 I

Every FRIDAY Night is
w Every THURSDAY Night:
FAMILY NIGHT r dI
Your choice of

SEAFOOD Chicken &


PLATTER 99 orChopped Dumplings Steak 79


...and any 2 vegetables Bread and Butter

LUNCH 11 AM tilt PM DINNER 4 PMIH8 PM

Watch For Our tuncheonMetptci U cent* Mon Thru Sit ---
I,EDWARD F.LORD,DO SOLEMNLY-And so goes he oath as said
.,, Chief Lord in the office of Capt.T.T. Coleman he for
'., ,.. by as re-ups four
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: A/ Difficult Show On Earth ':":;\..:..'.... years.Your Dental HealthChildren's

Dental Health Week person. NO APPOINTMENTS
1JstANNUAL: '\ will be observed nationally WILL BE MADE BY
', during the period 7.13 February TELEPHONE.
1971. The theme of this years Dependent children of all
I Jacksonville Professional; campaign is 'What Have You personnel stationed at NAS,Cecil
Done For Your Smile Lately'? In Field and tenant commands are
support of this excellent eligible to participate. Also,
/ Series program the Cecil Field Dental 'dependent children of any retiree
/1 Winter AMA. Motocross Department preventive dental will applicationsand schedule are invited to participate.

oral examinations for
CLIPPER/ *VERLINE/ / /
dependent children, ages 6
GUARANTEED PURSE through 18 years on successive T.CRAFT
$12.1 50 Saturdays (13 and 20 February MERCRUISER
PLUS OTHER AWARDS 1971.) STERNDRIVES
Appointments will be made at
the Dental Department on a first. ii. ,MERCURYOUTBOARDS
come first serve basis.Parents ..
TOP AMERICAN
Zmk& Jri
{ whose last name commence withA 'ti7:7i+a:
through L can receive ap EXPERT H
\ STARS IN ACTION! pointments for their children by REPAIR'.'i
coming to the dental department, SHOP .:f
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Building 39 on 8 through 12 I FACTORY )
TRAINED
1. CLASSES: 0 to 250 C.C. February between the hours of ;
.:, 1300 1600. Parents whose last :: ;
t
:: name commence with M throughZ
:h. 301 C.C. to OPEN /.t can receive their appointmentson 264-9835

15 through 19 February during
\ /. the same hours. Because a INLET MARINE
special toothpaste and In.
Sales & Service
'", .... struction pamphlet must be '
h issued for each child, all parents Hwy 17 Orange Park
/ must make appointments in
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Supply Dept. Employees

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Earn Recognition AwardsA

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suggestion to Install a King, a supervisory equipment precision, superior judgement r
working platform in Bldg. 110 specialist. and leadership.' According to his
inside a fire enclosure won letter from Capt. O'Loughlln, he
William Gardner a $35 award. Franklin was commended for his has voluntarily accepted
With his suggestion the platform 'conscientious and courteous' collateral duties such as for the
r I reduces the possibility of personal attitude and the fact that he combined federal campaign, Jax
rt injury In that work area performs an excellent job both in Navy Federal Credit Union
and contributes to an Increased quality and quantity. His job is to Savings Bond Campaign and the
moralewhereas; before, the work maintain grounds, lay out, paint, Navy Relief Society In addition to
area was very confining and install and maintain signs. lie the numerous advisory and audit
unsafe. Gardner will also share a also assembles and disassemblesmetal boards.
ISO award with Peter Scray, who shelving and office par
was not present to accept his titions in the Supply Department. lie Is also acclaimed as one of
check. They both suggested the top hearing officials for
TOP SECURITY-Policemen John Stratton (1) and D.B. Mandrellr I putting plastic bags over all Gordon King, who supervises hearing grievances at NAS
( ) review their letters of appreciation with Police Chief Delbert material stored outside awaiting technicians who work with an Jacksonville and is one of only
Loudermillat the NAS SecurityDepartment. Both officers were cited delivery to the disposal division. Information library of Items in two called upon to hear major
for top security work. The bags protect the material the defense supply system, has cases at other activities, according -
and Its paperwork in inclement been commened for his 'skillful to Capt. O'Loughlin.

Two Men Respond to weather.


John Austin received$25 for his ENJOY A WORLD OF GRACIOUS LIVING
Emergency SituationsJaxTwo suggestion to fireproof vertical
openings or shafts in the supply ...With beauty, quality
with and comorUFClJturing
building
NAS Security in the search area. permanent
closures, thus
policemen, John Stratton and On December 28, while on preventing up- :
drafts which could allow fire
D.B. Mandrell, were awarded patrol, Officer Stratton or
smoke to flood the A Truly
building un- e Wall to Wall
letters of appreciation com- discovered smoke coming from
checked. CarpetingPaneled
mending their response to Bldg. 155.According to his letter, Modern Apartment : Walls
emergency situations while on he immediately notified the fire Complex e Private Patios &
patrol last month.On department, without wastingtime James Shearer's suggestion to IN A SETTING OF e Sun Decks
Large Swimming
Dec. 31 Officer Mandrell or doubting whether it was a add protective shields on all NATURAL BEAUTY Pools
responded to a call by Navy fire, and entered the smoke-filled engines being shipped on dollies CONVENIENTTO e Community Lounge
Exchange Security in Bldg. 27 to building to determine if it was has won him $50, while Leroy EVERYTHINGANDVERY .. Laundry Facilities
help apprehend a shoplifter who occupied. Finding two men Mahler received $25 for his e Central Alr-CondltlonIng Heat &
had run from the building. The asleep he swiftly aroused them suggestion to paint safety AFFORDABLE e Fully LandscapedAnd
Navy Exchange detective, with and had them leave the building. boundary strips yellow to indicate lots Of Tree
Officer Mandrell's: assistance, Further investigation of the safe forklift areas.He also
apprehended the shoplifter while situation revealed that a fuel suggested that safety barriers ,FREE RENTALOFFICE
Mandrell located the stolen heater had flooded out and filled and stops be installed to prevent VISIT FROM $150 MO. [
merchandise in a trash receptical the building with smoke. forklift operators from pushing y
US TODAY 1-Month 264.8102
pallets against conveyors. Rent with
I Uniform Poll Seeks Opinions Year Lease
Available in 1.2 or 3 Bedrooms.Furntshea or Unfurnished
Sustained Superior Per-
VVASHINGTON--An opinion uniform concept for all enlisted formance Awards were
poll for new Navy uniforms personnel (E-l through E-9) witha presented to Benjamin Franklin, KINGSLEYARMSBlvd.1 Ble dingVE.
began in December 1970.: new distinctive uniform. a general helper in the Supply and Orange Park
Responses will be obtained from Desire to maintain present traffic branch,.and to Gordon L.
approximately 3,500 Navymen of uniform system.In .
all ranks and rates, from varioussea addition, those respondingwill -
and shore locations. be asked to comment on
Those polled will comment on desirability of summer winter
the following proposals: weight uniforms for the new
Desire to keep present concepts.
uniforms for officers, chief petty Final results are due in early Put end
an
officers, and E-l to E-3 enlistedmen 1971.
but provide new distinctive
uniform for E-4 to E-6 petty of- Seabee Cuts

ficers.Desire to institute single May Be Short
uniform concept for all Navymen to driving to
using present officer uniform as WASHINGTON -- Seabees,
model. whose expiration of active
Desire to institute single obligated service is beyond Sept
uniform concept for all Navymen 30,1971, are being advised to not
using basic uniform patterned make personal commitmentsbased work
closer to present day business upon the nine-month early problems.
separation announced in NAVOP
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I Stewards Mav Request Rating Change .'
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WASHINTON-The steward combined GCT and ARI score of than SD, if recommended by
rating is still manned in excess of at least 90 and the recom- their commanding officer and
requirements and requests for mendation of their commandingoffice eligible for the other rating.
change of rate or rating are being are eligible to request a Pollution-1816 Style IM I-
encouraged. change of apprenticeship. T' :
Requests are particularly Requests also are being con- Big volcanic eruptions may
desired from personnel meetingthe sidered from petty officers and affect the weather. When Tom-
East IndiesIn
test for officers not the boro erupted in the
score requirements non-petty meeting 1816. BO much dust and ash ,
Class A school training. criteria or a change of rate. were brown into the atmos- !
Stewardamen (non-petty officers These people may request phere that it shaded out the
) not meeting the test score authorization to compete in a uiuhine, producing "the year
requirements, but having a Navywide examination for other without a summer.

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1750 HOURS Pam Kleinheksel, a past volunteer for the Navy
I Relief Society here, receives a 1750 hour charm from RAdm.
\ Let US Help First to the show. Lawrence Heyworth, commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. RAdm.
Heyworth was on hand at the Navy Relief luncheon last Monday to
room and then to your Full Service Bank. present service awards to several volunteer workers.

It's just that simple. Stop in and inquire
Relief Commends
about a low-cost Automobile Loan. Then- Navy

picture yourself behind
.. MembersJaxSeveral
,.. the drive 's seat of a Volunteer

: .$ great new '71 model.MONDAYTHRUTHURSDAY. volunteers for the California,was awarded a charm
Navy Relief Society here were for 1750 hours of volunteer work.A .
.
.
% *_ !; presented with service awards 600-hour charm was awarded to
for their work during a special Katherine Hoover

luncheon and awards ceremonyJan. Those who received 100-hour()(
18' at the home of Capt. charms are Doris Fraser, Mary
%' Main Lobby 9:00: A.M.to 2:00: P.M. '' r.W. Lewis, Hospital com, Hanrahan, Edith Lambert, Ruth
% Drive-In Teller& Installment Loans manding officer. Rehme,Cecilia Smith and Nancy
9:00: A.M.to 4:00: P.M. Wulf. Onehundredhourpinswere
FRIDAYAll Pam Kleinheksel, a former presented to Dorothy
P.M.
Departments 9:00: A.M.to 1:00:
Member FDIC member on a visit from Kunkle and Annie Struck.

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SAME DAY COVE RAGE 4J Sun, Thur HOURS. 4pm: 11.30pm t'e Total Engine Performance
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Home Office: Bloomington,Illinois INSURANCE CO I Q Closed Tuesdays Saturday 4pm 12:4$am
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Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors TOP HAT MINI.BIKESWe

Open MINOR OSOO'tSOO Monday AVAILABLE thru Friday DRIVE IN ( repair all makes used cycles and cars. )

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I Last Day to Volunteer New RatingAnnounced

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Jax The Navy is looking for choice of coast for their next ,
volunteers to take part in the assignment and will receive WASHINGTON-A new Navy
construction of a com preferential consideration on general rating-that of Electronic
munications site on the island of home port selections. Ad. Warfare Technician (EW-has)
Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean ditionally, members of the been approved. Plans call for
and has authorized special deployed support group will establishment of rating on Sept.
benefits for those who comply. receive two dollars per day per 1, 1971.
The support group's first In- diem until the construction EWs will be in line for
crement will leave the United project is finished. and
proficiency pay variable
States in April and will remain at Members of the following rates reenlistment bonus.
the construction site for ap are encouraged to volunteer: SK Personnel eligible for
months. ( E-3 through E-8)), SH con-
proximately eight Group pay grades version to the new rating
members; are guaranteed their (pay grades E-3 through E-7)), Naval Enlisted Codes must
ABF ( grades E-3 through E- I possess
pay (NECs) RD-0312) RD-0335, ET-
7)), YN (pay grades E-3 through Y
1592 ET-1593, ET-1595 havean
or
'HOfSJDA E-5)), AG2,AG3,AS2, ABHC, AC1,
experience background
in
ET2 (NEC 1578)) and SN,
electronic warfare With the
Volunteer nominations be exception
may
MOTORS & CYCLES CO. submitted by commanding officers of Radarmen holding
4949 BLANDING BLVD. no later than today to CO NEC RD-0335) personnel must be
PHONE 771.8244 EPDOLANT.WIIIIHMIMHNHHMNNIMIIIMIIMIMIWINNIMMMINU. in pay grades E-6 and below to be
considered.
any
'wi Y4
Requests are encouraged for
conversion from Radarman(RD-

y '"' r 0335)) pay grade E-7, and from
f those Radarmen in grades E-
____ __ pay
AL BONATI
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., 8 or E-9, formerly possessing
NEC-0335.

ORGAN MERITORIOUS ADMIN CHIEF GySgt. Jessie T. Rodgers Complete information on the
) ar &VOCALMonday receives a Meritorious Mast from UCol. Blanchard t, MATSG CO, for EW rating will be published in a

it r r 1 through Saturday his outstanding work as the Administrative Chief of MATSG. forthcoming BUPERS Notice.

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FOR SERVICEMEN double occupancy

Entertainment nittly. Quarterdeck Lounge t Dine at Blstr'i Seafood
Restaurant, ISO Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
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Hold Jacksonville CrusadeJaxRev.

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David Wilkerson's trouble. He has helped to 1962, a religious vocational school
MOTOR HOTEL Youth Crusade, to be held in the establish patient care centers ,to rehabilitate narcotic addictswas
901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 Jacksonville Beach Auditorium for narcotic addicts in major established on a Penn-
Within walking distance to all points interest. from January 29-31, will be of cities in the U.S., Canada and sylvania farm with a capacity of
particular interest to those Puerto Rico. As director of Teen 100 boys. .

engaged in the desperate fight Challenge, Wilkerson, in his Rev. Wilkerson is also founder

... against drug addiction and thirties has, since his arrival in and director of the Teen
............-- .... delinquency today. Dave New York in 1958, become well Challenge Institute of Missions
.....-- ..... Wilkerson believes that narcotic versed in the language of the
.... .. located
... .... on a 100 acre estate at
_...........' ----- addiction and delinquency are street rough and narcotics ad- Rhtneback, N.Y. The school
-- ---. moral that dict.
spiritual problems
trains former addicts and
demand Church,action. Teen Challenge has its alcoholics to become
I I IE Prior to 1958, Dave Wilkersonwas headquarters in a once missionaries and street workers.
This could be the
section of .
a small-town Pennsylvania prosperous Brooklyn.At The Cross and the Switch-
I I minister who had never seen New present there are five blade' written by Rev,
York. Today his parish consistsof buildings in use on Clinton Ave.,
Wilkerson in
1962 has sold nearly
most important ad the including a half million dollar
:
sidewalks of New York, four million copies and has been
I I IexGi's and the slums of big cities across spiritual therapy clinic for released in 25 languages. Two of

the country, and overseas. His narcotic addicts. A center for his other books, 'Twelve Angels
will / mission is to teen-age gangs girls and a staff apartment house from Hell' and The Little People'are
wherever they are making .are included. In the winter of among the best sellers in

ever read. THURS FIB; 4 tHru I NvFlB, 1JACKSPNVIll.ECPtlStUlVl religious Rev. Wilkerson circles. predicts that

1 II I both 'beatnik1 and 'goodnik' type

.,.... I youth are reacting with boredomto
.......... ......... the and
1 ......... .. over emphasis on sex
................ ------ action. He believes that
---- ----- I I oii alcoholism, drug addicition and

The opportunity is as big a s you make it.A homosexuality are the three
challenging new career in computer programming.A a greatest problems facing youth
fast growing industry that promises good pay, today and that the only combating -
security and professional status. a si force left is a spiritual
it awakening involving millions of
Your first move?Enroll in college-level youth. Youth Crusades are
computer education program.As an eligible
planned over the next two yearsin
veteran you're entitled to G. I. Benefits at CLC. i major cities throughout the

So you can use that money to make money. United States, Canada, Europe

Why CLC?As openers,CLC is the area's and South Africa
foremost educational institution majoring in Rev. Wilkerson's crusades
computer programming.All courses are designedto feature testimonies of cures from
meet the highest professional standards.All narcotic addiction through faith
instructors have college degrees and in God and'straight' preaching to
practical experience. 7- teenagers about morals, honesty
and spiritual dedication.
Equipment?The most modern available-

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 9PROMOTED
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FiP Requirements Set For

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a E-8, E-9 ExaminationsNow



is the time for Navy chief ((3) Have completed all DS, DT. ";.\. EO EQ. MM, IM,
petty officers to begin studyingfor required practical factors by JOt OM. I.C.JU.. PI.PN.PT.SW,
the February 16 E-8 and E-9 Feb. 16, 1971. UT and YN
examination. Listed below are (4)) Be recommended by Senior chief examinations will
the eligibility ments which commanding:: officer.Master contain a total of 150 questions.
CPO's must meet in order to Chief Qualifications Ninety of them will pertain to
D compete in the tests. (1) Have completed 13 years technical or professional areas.
Senior Chief Qualifications total enlisted service and two Twenty will be supervisory. 20
(I/ Have completed 11 years years in pay grade E-8 as of Nov. about communication, and 20
total enlisted service and three 16, 1971. problemsolving.Master .
years in pay grade E-7 as of Nov. (2)) Have successfully completed chiefs will also get a 150
16, 1971. the Military Justice in the question test with 75 technical or
(2)) Have successfully com- Navy correspondence course inquiries, 35 administration
------ -- professional
pleted the Navy Regulations (NAVPEUS 10993-series) by Feb. 20 communicationand
.. Recently promoted to commander, Dr. J. L, Snyder, correspondence course (NAV- 16, 1971 20 problem-solving.
Chief of Urology at the Naval Hospital, has his silver oak leaf pinnedon PERS 10740-series) by Feb. 16, (3)) Have completed all
by Nurse Sylvia M. Flynn. 1971. required practical factors by r---------- .
Feb. .
16,1971. 1971 II
(4) Be recommended by 'I I :
Navymen Get Achievement AwardsThe commanding officer. I

Content revisions on some of 1 ((3I
Jax Two Navy Achievement aboard the USS Richmond K. second AchievementMedal the E-8 and E-9 examinations
Medals were recently presentedto Turner(DLG-20))from March 1 to was awarded Jan. 20 to have been enforced by the Naval II
a senior chief storekeeper anda August 1, 1970.( ADJI Willis B. Thompson, a jet Examining Center to reflect I24f.t25l. KING 'T I
first class aviation machinist'smate The 38-year-old senior chief engine mechanic at the Aircraft greater emphasis In the areas of 1 JACKSONVILLE FLA. S11O4WANTED 1I
here at NAS. 'was cited for meritorious Maintenance Department. Ills professional and technical !
SKCS Gerald Mader of Oakley, achievement as the ship's Supply citation credited him with ability. Commencing with the I i'
Kan., received the achievement Department stores assistant 'meritorious achievement while exams, all but the : USED CAMERAS AND :
award Jan. 21 for his services during combat operations. His attached to Attack Squadron 82 February EQUIPMENT. WE PAY
citations states that he 'was embarked in USS Coral Sea following ratings will receive I TOP DOLLAR 388.8535 I
directly responsible for the check revised examinations: AC, AD, 1
(CVA-43)) as night power BRING THIS AD WITH YOU!
AE.AF, AM, AO, AQ, AT. AV, .
procurement, receipt, inventory plants branch supervisor from ..I -----------.
Traffic control and expenditure of all Oct.27,1969 to Feb. 1, 1970 during AW, AX, BU. CE CM, CU DP,
general stores material. Due combat operations.The .
ViolationsJaxThe primarily to his outstanding citation further reads:
leadership and supervision, the 'Petty Officer Thompson's
stock record card battery, thorough knowledge and ex
operating budget records and ceptional leadership played a
following is a report shipboard allowance lists were vital role In maintaining an ex-
of motor vehicle accidents and continually maintained in an ceptional aggressiveness and
traffic violations for the period of outstanding manner." professional ability while IN THEE
11.17 January. Chief Mader is presently supervising his branch in the CAUGHT'
Number of AccidentsThis assigned to the CommissaryStore maintenance of the TF-30 P6 E?
period 5 Complex Office. engine.
This period a year ago 3 INFLATIO
Total accidents this year 13
Total accidents through this '

period last year 11 IDEOmETAHPREPARED WE 'CAN HELPBALANCE
Total number of days since last
injury in a motor vehicle accident BY THE NATION'S FINEST TAX SERVICE THE
114 GUARANTEE
Number of days since an injury Accurate preparation of your tax return
I II guaranteed. Wt will pay Interest or 50 SCALE ...
last year a t this time 243 penalty charted due to our error.
WEEKDAYS 9AM4PM SAT*SUN 9AM-6PM S 2 UP
Number of ViolationsThis No Appointment Neceaaair 'EOEItAL
period 58 OR STATE
O
Speeding 10 SRIMRHSOUTHSIDE
Reckless driving 0

Going through stop sign 5 \\t 4367 University Blvd.,So. PS6('hPay
Other Violations 43 eSb 737.2104 ;$P oroG
Twenty-three drivers appeared bqq\o111\: NORTHSIDE 'lS'11 lJv:.
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon q'f'Of' 9311 Lem Turner
21 Jan.Take. 764.3605


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Insurance Agency 33(8 Philips Hwy. 3VM510 Darrel Nobles Member of NatlorvalandJacksonvllle Home Builders AssociationsYou
Springfield 17th & Main St. 354-f051 Troy Spharler
Invited to Inspect our homes at yourconven..nce
3823 BLANDING BLVD. Riverside 20S Stockton St. 381-0712 Tom Dunn are cordially #21)
10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard.(Hwy.
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I : NATTC : Behind the ScenesJax



By YNSN Stella M. Gawllnskl

Children's Dental Health of NATTC personnel will be dependent children by appointment -
Week will be observed aboard the conducted on a voluntary basis, only in the evening +
Naval Air Technical Training free of charge,for youngsters age hours during( dental health week.
Command from February 1 five through high school, Parents wishing to have their
through 7, according to an announcement February 1 through 5. children participate in this
made by Capt. JohnE The primary objective of this program should report to the ,
Kennedy, NATTC com- program is to educate both Dental Department, second floor, rY
manding officer.A children and parents in dental Building 560, between the hoursof
preventive dentistry health. Preventive treatmentswill 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. before
program for dependent children be provided for eligible tomorrow, to arrange an appointment -
and receive special
Wives Schedule instructions and materials. No
Officers appointments may be made by t r P
I telephone.In ;
urging full participation in
: White Elephant Luncheon this program, Capt. William 11. 11
McNitt, NATTC Dental Officer,
said 'These treatments, when
:
Jacksonville Of unwrapped'white elephant' to be
Jax The
followed by dally use of a fluoride
fleers' Wives Club will hold a sold during a Chinese auction
significantly
toothpaste, can
the luncheon. Mrs.
luncheon following
'white elephant'
reduce the number of new
Wednesday morning at 11:30: at Lawrence Heyworth Jr. will cavities and promote better
the '0' Club.Admission. supervise the penny bidding.To dental health.'
is $2 for membersand make reservations for the
$2.50 for guests. AU who luncheon, call Dee Curtis at 771 Scouts Open Court A

attend are requested to bring ann 8461 or Vicki Powers at 384-6784. Boy Scout Troup 131, sponsoredby

___ ____ NATTC, held their first 'Courtof
Honor' for 1971 on Jan. 20.
Open for your convenience 6 a.m..l 0 p.m. s
Scoutmaster TN Manuel Esoy
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who works at the BOQ receivedan
D PICK-UP & DELIVERY
award plaque, and six of the PINNING ON THE NEW-Mrs. James 0. Day pins commander
D ROAD SERVICED Scouts were presented their shoulder boards on her husband as their three daughters observe the
MECHANIC ON DUTY Tenderfoot Badges. The Ten- ceremony. Cdr. Day,a veteran of more than 80 combat missions oyer
derfoot winners were Jay Cooke, North Vietnam, was promoted to his present rank Jan. 23. He is
D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS Tom Davis, Charles M. Kincaid, operations officer for CVWR20.The commander his family residein

William Kincaid, Jack Schulmanand Orange Park.Board .
BOB'S OAK HILL Michael Schulman.
Rodney Lee and Larry Stevens
umsn received their Second Class Scout Volunteers SoughtJaxIf
) awards. Merit Badges for Safety, -
Personal Finance and the Rankof you are a chief petty position on the board should
SERVICE CENTER Life Scout were awarded to officer with ideas on how to make submit their recommendations to
Stanley French. Special the Navy a better outfit, here Is the Chief of Naval Personnel no
JOJrd & Jam met Road 771.9156 recognition was also given to your chance to be heard. later than February 6.
David Perry and Manuel Esoy The Chief of Naval.Operations Final selection of Advisory
for their recent 50-mile hike to is looking for volunteers to Board members. will be based
Gainesville. replace the original members of upon factors which include
Following the awards and his Chief Petty Officer Advisory volunteer's service record,
GRANT refreshments, Troop 131 decided Board. He specifically wants
!their next project would be CPOs who are intelligent,
PLAZA103rd selling Safety Flares. These imaginative and willing to travel. FRIENDLY, RELAXED&
/ flares come in handy during Volunteers should be career QUIET ATMOSPHERE
St. at Blanding emergencies, especially In motivated with a good awareness iiiiiiiiinmiHMiiiiiiiiiiiniitiiiiiMimi
Thvrtd.y>Svfi0ay remote areas. They come in of Navy and world affairs. Most
JAN 18-31 packages of three for 125. For importantly, Board volunteers IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
information about the flares and should be genuinely fond of CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
how they may be purchased, call people.All CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, .
AK2 William B. Julian at Ext. chiefs E-7 through E-9,who CHURCHES AND
3665. are interested in applying for a SHOPPING AREAS:
J lI:: i I :JJlJM
Take 103rd to Firestone
.Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks
Past Forrest High School


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TUNE-UP SPECIALSale



Don't make a Joan
I until you call the
$15556or8cYL. 1971 PINTO TUDOR 1600 CC ENGINE, BUCKET Pill r Financt 30-Second r
SEATS, VINYL TRIM SPEED TRANSMISSION Checkpoint Strvic
FLOOR MOUNTED SHIFT LEVER,
HEATER AND DEFROSTER.....
H ;*j' Install new points, plugs, condenser, rotor Before you, borrow money, you
Err Set timing want to know exactly what your
monthly payments will be. right
Adjust carburetor And, you want to know quickly
; Check voltage regulator, generator or alternator, 1849FULL and convenient y,
starter Here's how to do it. Just call
: and battery bias ask lor t the Checknomt! service
and till us the amount you
want Within. 3('
seconds well
'. 00 YOU HAVE A GRANTS CREDIT ACCOUNI'' Use it CMiM." oast you what yur monthly paymentswill tell
j be, That's It.
-. If thi 'ijuie tits
PRICENO your budgt we'll be
1; 24 MONTHS OR 24,000 MILE nappy to si've you e A
further. Qui t DELUXE SHOCKS HIDDEN CHARGES! Dial'onvenient Finance'y,

4 The one for the money.
: FIT MOST CARS. 40 W. Monroe St.
: RESTORES NEW CAR 77 INCLUDES 356.0735
RIDE AND IMPROVES 'T DU 5256 Beach Blvd.
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING CONTROL PR. 39C-2895
.
Plusind.ll.h.nGRANT FEDERAI' MOTORS I 4721 San Juan Ave.
AND DERATIONI HI6CSIAT I 384.2314
1436 Cdgewood Ave.W
::1 Pbs>>d7- 541 764-2583
PIAZA-103rd St. at Blanding Blvd.
I Loans to S600
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Movie ScheduleThursday
Call
JAX AIR NEWS : : 388-2755


NAS Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than

Tuesday for publication the following Thursday -
LATWINGER ::4' Ads arriving too late for 'this/ deadline will bet
published the following week unless the
NAS Cecil I FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE I '
publisher Is 'Instructed otherwise. A check or ,January 28 ZEBRA'
money order for the full cost of the ad must be

: received WITH the copy for the ad. NAS: 'ICE STATION ZEBRA' Saturday,January 30

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 Color adventure starring Rock
Per additional Hudson and Ernest Borgnine. 'G' NAS: 'TilE BABY'' MAKER'
Jacksonville line ((4 words line) 50
Florida per
,I cents VG (148 mins.) Color melodrama starring

HOSPITAL: 'WATERMELON Barbara Hershey. 'R' VG (109

-- MAN' Color comedy drama mins.

starring Godfrey Cambridge and HOSPITAL: 'NOHWOOD'Sunday.
MOBILE LIVING JACKSONVILLE
Estelle Parson. 'R' VG
(Azalea Mobile Home Park) '/ mile (100
EMPLOYMENTTemporary REAL ESTATE north of NAS, IoU and rentals. Near mins.) ,January 31

1 schools and shopping center. Clean,

and reasonable rates, Manager on Friday.January 29 NAS: 'PAINT YOUR WAGON'
premises. Children and
pets wlecome.
NO FEE 6301 Roosevelt 394 '264.NEW12d41IEDROOM. Color western' musical starringLee
Typists Secys. CASHI I NAS: 'NORWOOD' Color Marvin and Clint Eastwood.

Keypunch-Dictaphone Opers. We buy equities comedy starring Glen Campbelland 'GP' E (146 mins.)

ALL START OFFICE NOW SKILLS 771-3605 Louise T. Bailey Broker 1Ia Baths, 15,295, Serviceman Special Joe Namath. 'G' VG (96 HOSPITAL: 'THE BABY

6263 Roosevelt Blvd. mins) MAKER'
We
Pay Every Fridayat
HOSPITAL: 'ICE STATION
'HIDDEN WATERS' 12 X 40 3 BEDROOM
OLSTENTemporary Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Front Kitchen 7986 Per Month, Small
Services available. Excellent fishing boating, Equity. Phone 3845584.
603 Florida
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also
Call 358.1101 permanent home area High, wooded 1919 BELMONT IN E
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake 12x65 3 BR., 2 B. Call 384-4147. y0U--US
SERVICE WIVES Asbury on No. 209 LaRue 725.3992. q T
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS

Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat, 387.5626 or 10x50 MOBILE HOME
1022 Park Street, 3547888. FOR SALE BYOWNER 2 BR., Pvt. Lot. No Pets, Couple only,
4% percent mortage, $97.12 per mo.,
7729839. 7064 Camfield Road, 85.
Completely redecorated, 3 BR, 2 B,
Eat-in-klt., Built In R & O, Dish $1500.00 OFF
MISCELLANEOUSINCOME washer, Carpeted, Drapes Wood )
Fence, Contact owner, 2689906. Will
consider 2nd mortage. TRANSPORTATIONMOTOR TO SERVICEMEN


J BR, NR. SCHOOL
TAX 7 yrs., equity for $1300. and assume

evenings Returns and prepared weekends.by G.appointment H. Young, loan payments 7657806.of $84. a mo. SVi percent Inside, Clean CYCLE& Dry,STORAGE$5.00 Mo. Call 30 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM

LCdr., SC, USN (Ret.), Phone 355-7460 Mrs. Varnadoe 246.1615,

after 6:30: p.m.PRIVATE CHEVY PICK.UPti SCHULT RICHARDSON
CAMPERR

PIANO TEACHER RENTALSFOR & H, 6-cylinder, speed, S590. LIBERTY BILTMORE

Close to Ortega School, VenetlaLake ASTRO MOTORS HALLMARK PEACHTREE
Shore 6546 NORMANDY BLVD.
and Flshwler. 3897622.

SALE OR RENT 1970 FORD
WEBUY&SELLAppliances RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your Truck and Camper. For Sale Assume
& used furniture. Also Hart Mobile Home
repair any make of home appliances. equity or let us rent your home. payments No equity needed. Call 264-
Brook's Furnitureand REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for 5827.
Appliance map or sales and rental list. Call 66 GTO HARDTOP

.: 725-2441 10061 Atlantic Blvd. Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. 3 Deuces, 4-on.tht-fJoor, R 8. H, $940. Action CenterWhere
ORANGE PARK REALTY ASTROMOTORS
1 MILITARY FREE NOTARY 4566 NORMANDY BLVD. Quality I And Value Are Traditional

i COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES 10607 ATLANTIC
BOULEVARD PHONE
ORANGE PARK
72M544
AKC, 8-weeks,old Has had shots, 264- CLEAN W4 OLDS
2 BR:, Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish
1 Mile East of
5924. Regency Square
J Dynamic, Loaded $950. Financing
washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth
I available NAS ,3693 or Mlddleburg.
Apts., 771.1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.
1 BE A RADIO OR 2825306.
: TVANNOUNCERRecorded
'i message by leading announcer BOAT,MOTOR,TRAILER INFORMAL. f AMILV-PRICEO: .
q tells you hbw. Call any hour. 2 Br.,LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., For Sale. 15' Fiberglass w-Blmlnl *
I 3552944. Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off Top, 33 HP Evlnrude and Gator
street. Water, Garbage & Sewage Trailer, All '69 Models, Like new, use
l NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (plus sparingly, All extras Included plus 4331 Standing Blvd.
Consoles some with AM-FAA, tape tax) 3872541. Weekends 3890744. tarpaulin, gas tanks and Insurance, t
t y players. At dealers cost to liquidate $1,000 cash. Chris Melonson, 772.3371, /' 3644 Philips Hwy.
x': stock. Full warrantyl I Phone 771-0409. ORANGE PARK 3372 or 264.4441.U .

2 BR Apartment, Furn., 5 mins. to at Emerson
T.V. RENTALS NAS. Will rent to TAD Personnel or CORVAIR COUPER
G.E. 19 In. Port. Special monthly & Bachelor. TV Linens, Utilities Op.. & H, $290. Jfedlobsk
weekly rates. Air Base Pawn Shop. tlonal l 2646884. ASTROMOTORS
(Just outside Main Gate NAS) 388- 6566 NORMANDY BLVD.
3481. 2 BR TRAILER
". Private Fenced Lot, Wesconnett 66 FALCON
. Couples or Bachelors. 7713717. 2 Dr., Good, Economy Car, Clean / I lI
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH $500. 7723189.
Wilford' Fish Camp 2649707. I

65 SUNBEAM OYSTERS
RAW
:
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. MOBILE' HOMES Door, Sedan, 4-speed, $360.ASTROMOTORS 1.35
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. RAW CLAMS v2 dos. .1S; do>

Pick up & Delivery Available 6566 NORMANDY BLVD. 1/2 don. .BS; dot. 1.45
&
Grooming Deflealng Bathing.
Mastercharge 8 BankAmerlcard 1970 MONTE CARLO . 1.75
< 5085 JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Air Cond., Power Brakes, PS, $2995. Broiled) . . 1.65
Visitors welcome.
accepted. STEAK ( .
.
.
.
264 BASS
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern -8370 SEA DINNER . . 1.85
trailer and Apts. 3893007. EVINRUDE6HP fRIED lAM .
.
.... 1.65
Like New, 6 hours actual running SCALLOPS . .'
HEATAACWe SAUTEED .
.
time. 7813469. IN BUR .. 1.65
a repair and service space heaters, LARGE TRAILER LOTS BOILED fried) ....... 2.25
wall furn., heat pumps, Cent: furn., 1968 PONTIAC TEMPEST GROUPER-t8roiled( or dOl. .' .
$20. month: IS min. from "Cecil bet 1 '
r Tylers Heat ft Air Conditioning ween Baldwin & Maclenny 2596681. 2 Dr., AT, PS, PB, & AC. New tires, OYSTERS- dol. 1.45 I.4S. 1 sMARINER'S . .1.95
1 f 388-5U1 21,000 miles. $1995. 772.7371 after 5. fRIED SHRIMP-2d01.
GOLDEN Oysters
SKI BOAT PLATTER-fried . 2.35
Cake
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 1949 MOBILE HOME 16 Ft. Crltchfleld, 100 HP Merc. 772- fish fillet, Crab 1.95
Guitars Drums Repairs. Discount 1.24 x 52 ft. Large corner lot-122 x 134 0590 Sea Bass, '
Prices. Music Service. 233 6th Ave. ft. Chain link fenced. Equity . . 2.95
,: No. Jax Beach. Across from A&P. payments can be assumed on both. . 1.55
r Open Sundays. See at 8415 Collins Rd. (off Shlndler) 2.25
,
or Ph. 771-1760. .
t INCOME TAX ODDS n'INS I Hi . 2.45

Prepared by experienced Tax Con TRAILER FOR RENT . . 1.85

sultant. No waiting, by appointmentonly. 12 x 50, 2 BR, $85. mo. 9967 Bobby ...the I IN place for . . 1.45
Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 'Road. ACCESSORIESNORMANDY fJ 5WNOIE
7712634. .
r &SH; .,
'MO.OLDWHITE MALL 1 '"topfjg -
German Shepard, AKC reg. .. $95. Normandy Boulevard

5505 Tlmuquana Rd. Lot 88 Vivian Brownlee, Owner Cocktail
Jacksonville, Fla. 75C
/NJ *
VOX BERKLEY AMP .) WinterClearance Favorites

With speakers, $190. Lansing 15" with -
cabinet $90. Phone 7372582. 4' [ miiaJiRESTAURANT

MAGNAVOXCONSOLETTE DEER SPRINGS ESTATES Yb
Sale
Stereo Speakers 80 W., Cost $125.
each, Will sell for $80. each. Call Mr. Heights

Velet_772.3067 or 264.2136.CHIEF'S Keystone SAVE up to 30%!

WHITE DRESS UNIFORM By Appointment b
l
Almost new, excellent condition, 39 Wigs.Jewelrv.HatsScarves.
coat, 38 x 30 pantsS15. Also self Clyde W.Simpson& Co. .Leather Goods
propelled Iawnmower-S20, Bar-b-que, 356-6849 r
spit and motor-$S'Hot Wheels' cars, REALTOR and COCKTAIL LOUNGEI

track, and accessories. Phone 771-
9305.



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I Medical Scholarships OfferedJaxNavy


and Marine Corps pay and allowances throughout
personnel, both officer and their schooling and are not
enlisted who are presently required to wear uniforms or
enrolled in medical or partake in any military activities
osteopathic schools may be that would interfere with their
eligible to receive full sponsorship academic curricula.

to of their the studies Medical-by applying Open to both active and
Navy t :
inactive members, the :
Osteopathic Scholarship : :
Program. scholarship program requiresthat 1 c
The program provides all applicants be U.S. citizens
necessary tuitions and as muchas who have been accepted by an
$200 annual book fee. Add- approved medical-osteopathic ,
tionally, participants receive full school and who meet the physical ,
standards for appointment as
Medical Corps Officers Students k y:

accepted for the program will be : _
appointed ensigns in the Naval _
FWRNITURiEV Reserve and will incur an active

aluei! duty obligation of two years for ii .
the first academic year com-
WHOtBSALEOP.EM pleted and year-for-year for the : t .
remainder of their schooling.The f 4,
_._ .
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deadline for 1971 Navy MERITORIOUS MASTS-Marin. Barracks CO, Mal| J.F. Lavin, (center),conducted Meritorious
EVER Medical-Osteopathic Scholarship Masts Dec.29 for six of his men.Those honored are (Lto R) Lcpl.William L. Lundquist, SSgt. RonaldH.
I applications is April 15. Further Pascoe, LCpl. Ronald P. Gulnla, Sgt. Thomas D. Falin, Sgt. Robert F. Stanley and. Cpl. Jerry D.
information and details of the Green.
program are contained in

'Til SUNDAY 6PMSURPLUS are BUPERS available Instruction along 1520.104 with and application Officers Get Vietnam Duty IncentivesWASHINGTON

forms at the
Educational Services Office in -The Navy is sweetening the pot to attract the best available

GOODS Bldg. 200, Ext. 2596. people in the 'middle management' officer level to serve in Vietnam in advisoryand

support positions.

I DISCOUNT STORE ::1 ft J.lerJ 'w! I Enhanced promotion potential, preferential treatment in choiceof and their Navy organization.'
expansion of spot promotions, duty for those returning from Besides such personal
1 the Vietnam tour and allowancefor satisfaction, Admiral Zumwalt
30 days' leave before as wellas proposes:
after Vietnam duty are a few
of the
of the sugar plums that Admiral Expansion spot
to include all
Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr. chief of promotion program
Right now, you're only 10 minutes away Naval Operations, included, in Z. all in-country officer Vietnam categories activities so that for

65.Citing.
gram the acceleration of the qualified lieutenant junior grade
ram Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain. turnover of U.S.Navy assets to volunteers can be assigned to
lieutenant billets
the Vietnamese Navy (VNN), qualified
lieutenant volunteers to
Admiral Zumwalt has stressedthe .
lieutenant commander billets
need for training the Vietnamese ,
The officers he etc., with commensurate spot
(Where the Good Life is included in the rent) wants to handle Navy this importanttask promotions in each case.

must have'the very highest Instructions to selection boardsto
111.. .... degree of ingenuity, innovatve attach the very highest importance -
: We have 4(yes six) swimming pools. D Plus 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville, Fla. skills, imagination, patience, to Vietnam tours.
Shuffleboard and badminton. D With Phone: 781-3818 and
understanding
congenial, young neighbors to help enjoy/ them. RENTING HOURS: per- Preferential treatment in
O All only one block from golf and an #, Mon. Thru Sat.:8:30-6:30: : ; Sun. 1-6:30 severance. choice of duty for personnel .
elementary school-with other schools, shop P And he wants them to be
ping centers and boating minutes away You j 1 DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd., volunteers.As reassigned from Vietnam. Upon
can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air StationIn 4 turn right on San Juan-Continue past assignment to Vietnam, officers
10 .10( Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road for the rewards:
minutes downtown Jacksonville In 15. i will receive a written com
controlled ; -turn left to apartments. Recalling his own experiencesin
O Apartments have Individually I mlttment from Chief of Naval
heating and air conditioning, carpeting. Vietnam, Admiral Zumwalt
draperies, and sliding glass door to courtyardor Personnel that they will receive
... says in his message, 'The advisory
balcony, D And you move Into a 1 or 2 .r ARLEN the billet type of their choice at
and of the
support portion
bedroom apartment today. Furnished or un ashore
\ sea, or overseas, providedit
furnished. work in Vietnam can be the most
is within of their
\ & WOOD heart-warming and personally range
Y"-1 and rank.
$120! qualifications
FROM GAMOENJl/ APARTMENTS rewarding job you can perform
because of the limitless opportunities Allowance for 30 days leave
JACKSONVILLE IS ARLEN COUNTRY to assist in the before as well as after Vietnam

Owned and Mintgtd by Arltn Prop.rtl.i, Inc development and upgrading of duty.
the VNN personnel,their families
All officers who must have
shipboard tours cut are assured
that their cut tours will count as a
complete tour in that billet and
I MILITARY subsequent billets will follow

natural progression; that is,
higher billets on same class shipor
similar billets on larger ships.

r r/ PERSONNELiSEsiWi In his Z-Gram, Admiral
CTL ; Zumwalt reports that by the
::::::::::::::::Q::::::;:::::: summer of 1971, all constructionfor

the Vietnamese Navy bases

.>ijiijj.if'!(i 11 ![ !!: :;:>.:!tRIt]][ l ; l : t !!Ii kr/.::;jiR! lr I!!j*itj 1W.'i.V.V.VWVAV.V.V.VAW.vA ; will bases be in completed the Republic and of all Vietnam naval

will be dually manned in
'I Start your military allotment for savings preparation for turnover by end

,i today, or Increase your present allotment. of fiscal year 1972. I

The Chief of Naval Operations

6AR to Use the handy form inserted In this issue of the is urging officers to volunteer for
what he
considers one of the most
r A. Jax Air
G News-Latwinger ... then double-tlme challenging jobs-the 'phase over
to your Finance Officer.
r:1: ; ? : + : : from what has been a very
successful USN operational effort
rr' vr to a highly successful support and
NtlU advisory effort.'
TAX (
FEDERAL He adds, 'Thus, officers are
ROOSEVELTMALL Phone 384.1391 encouraged to volunteer for
Hours: Mon.-Thurs.10AM.5:30PM: Gt&ffi ( Vietnam duty and should submit
Frl.: 10AM-7PMSat.10AM.1PM fab* their requests, regardless of
designator or current length in
present duty station, to
,. NAS JAX, Bldg.39 ::: HAS CECIL, Bldg.26 NATTC, Bldg. 501 CHNAVPERS as soon as
Tel. 387-5622 or Base Ext. 2431 t. Tel. 771-3211, Ext. 215 Tel. 772.2448, Mon., Wed. Fri possible. Duty preferences upon
ra Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9:30.4:30: : :: Hours: Mon..Frl. 8:30-1:00: : 11:00 PM tit 1:00: PM reassignment from Vietnam
should be included. Commanding
officers are encouraged to submit
requests by message.


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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 13


I Combat Zone Tax Rules Changed LA 1

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WASHINGTON-Quahfications --O-- f1
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for combat zone tax exclusion by land,sea or air while in a duty granted leave or authorized to
have been changed. According to status and those whose permanent depart from the zone for other
a recent ALNAV, members are assignments are in the lawful cause and whose depar
entitled to combat-zone tax ex- combat zone. Periods of absence ture or return is on any day of the
clusion for any month during any due to sickness, wounds, leave, month may receive the combat ,
part of which they Internment by the enemy, or zone exclusion for that month. In
Perform active service in the other lawful cause are periods of cases where the absence extends
combat t zone (This includes active duty. A member assigned over a period which includes a
members who penetrate the zone to duty in the combat zone who is full calender month, credit for
directed to perform TAD, the tax exclusion may not be
allowed for that calender E

It L- .", BEAUTIFUL and NEW... month);
DIRECTLY Perform military duties in
areas outside the combat zone in
MAfttQ NTiia support of military operations in
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conditions described in the
See Your Special Services. Officer foregoing paragraph.The POWs Tell Own StoryNEW
September 1 February 1 in tax
change regulations YORK- Three men who Maj.Rowe noted that there are
2NGHTS3DAYSCheck discontinues combat-zone tax were prisoners in Vietnam told over SOO Americans either
exclusion for the
following: their stories of how it was on a missing in action or POWs In the
out 5:00: P.M. Members in the combat zone in In
recent Today show, the early South. Prisoners are kept
We'll Buy The Gas! a leave status from a duty station morning network program of extremely primitive conditions;
not in the
zonejMembers ;
In three
news and features. he was kept a cage only
15 Gal. Per Roomor who are present in Starvation, lack of medical feet high for a period of time.Leg
the combat for their
Up to siO.M per Room for Bus Fare convenience zone and solely treatment, punishment by irons and even arm Irons were
; physical torture these are used to discourage escape at-
Triple or Quadruple Members in the zone in a travel
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Occupancy of their .
vj worst part experiences.Lt.
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unless they qualify for hostile fire
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BRING YOUR ID CARD & HURRY pay. Special Forces advisor who Isolation.He .

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a prisoner in the South before thought that was a long time, 'it's
Accomodations Sept. 1-Feb. 1 making his escape. Air Force nothing compared to what others
Col. Norris Overly and Navy Lt.
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I Four Teams Tie Up A-League r--rrr _


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Jax With the top four without a loss on the campaign.In combined to dump in 50 points in
teams knocking each other games this week: leading Hospital to the win.
around like a wellplacedstrike A'C Maintenance 45, Bee's 41: Roger Dunlap. notched 12 for the
Three maintenancemen eased Barracks.
on a bowling alley, into the double figures with Jerry Medical 86, NAHTU 40.
the American League Wactor leading the way with 15 Medical jumped off to a 34-20 lead
basketball race developedinto Ralph Tisdale added 13 and Bill at the half and then ran full speed :
a four way tie at the Dixon chipped in 12. Guy Hitler ahead in clipping the reserve fkk
stung the maintenance defensefor trainers. Randy James scored 25 ,
top of the heap this week
12 to lead the Bee's scoring. points and teammate Byron Kron ''r
While things were getting top NATTC 48, 670th 42: Chuck added 16 for the winners. Glenn
heavy in the American circuit, Jenkins dropped in 18 markers to Abbott hit for 17 for NARTU.
VP-5's MAD Foxes continued to lead the victors. Admin 69, VP-16 68: Hot
dominate the National loop as VW-4 55, VA-203 55: Bill Heath handed Fred Jordan burned the
they picked up their 10th straight spearheaded the Hunter attack nets for 29 points and Tommie r "
win. The second place VW-4 with 19, while Bill Reinhardt Bowie chipped in 20 as Admin f
Hurricane Hunters also continued connected for 16 in a losing effort. knocked off the former league
their winning ways in the Hospital 69, Marine Barracks leading Eagles. Doug Sheppardsank
nat.racepicking up their fifth win 62: Lynn Klein and Restor Bryan 23 markers for the Eagles.
AMD 58, MATSG 44: Jerry :
Wactor hit for 20. Ralph Tisdale
ts
added 13 for AMD. Ed Nix eased
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into the double figures for the
Marines with 11.
anchor mobile home. VP-5 69, 679th 34: Al Breaux
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chipped away for 29 points and
Don Anderson scored 13 in a
VP-5's Jeff Campbell ((10)) and AI Breaux (12)) haul down a rebound
role
support as the highflyingFoxes
continued to dominate the against FICEUR's Tom Hughes Monday night as the Mad Foxes
National League. picked up their 10th win of the season.

Bee's 45, VA-203 43: The Bee's leading the win, and Tony Boyer four way American League tie.
Ir/wlr Ngl M improved their season mark to 4- added 19 in a battle of Marine ..Medical, FlapJax 42: Randy
3 in knocking the attack crew units. James yielded a 28-point knife,
MOBILE HOME SERVICE HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING MARTD 61, Marine Barracks VP-5 64, VA-203 47: The Foxes and Byron Kron sliced away for
53: Marv Franklin scored 24 in were still playing Mad. 20 more as Medical operated on
Admin 83, NARTU 45: Bowie the FlapJax. Jim Gocdloe survived -
and Jordan dominated the Admin the operation to penetratethe
offense as Admin moved into the Med defense for 27 markers.

NOW THRU SATURDAY, JANUARY 30
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I ... Rochferd captured the 8 and by calling LCdr. Richard
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How They're State Reports 'Speck'... Fishing v Near Peak

StandingAmerican Tallahassee-In
water fishing Florida fresh bottom where the fish are to camp out and cook those fish 1
starts early.
January and with located. When one fish is caught, camping equipment is another
sidered' peak February con. there are generally others service offered by Special Ser
.111 (speckled periods for crappie nearby, and the fisherman wiseto vices.
perch)
Florida. fishing in south the way of the speckled perch

League Fishing as in the north Florida improves will before investigate moving to this a new possibility spot. IQ ZI

with year progresses The cost of crappie fishing is ..... t.....P,... ..
Admin 6-2 .750 February and March con low and the rewards high. With a
sidered
Hospital l 6-2 .750 top months for crappie. generous bag limit of 50 per day, 1). What player recently set a
Medical 6-2 .750 According to the Game and the fisherman will need four or career record for total of-
VP-16 6-2 .750 Fresh Water Fish Commission, five dozen minnows at an fense yards gained in college -
Air Ops 4-3 .571 the best method of catching cost of 40 cents dozen play? 4
average a ,
crappie is a matter of 2)). What sport has the highest .
MARTDMarBar 3-4 personal
.429 a bait bucket or box to keep the minimum salary?
3-4 .429 preference, and while the vast bait alive, several cane poles, a 3)). Who was voted the outstanding _
NARTU 3-5 .375 majority of fishermen use cane fishing license and the desire to player in the 1970
Comm. 1-6 .143 poles and live minnows, some go fishing.A World Series?
FlapJax 08National fishermen use small lures and boat is not necessary, but 4)). The "Trallblarers" represent -
either cast or troll. does improve the chances of what city in the NBA?
5). What comedy team originated
One
*
League key for successful crappie being on the spot where the fish the famous "Who's on
fishing is to locate the fish by are biting. First" baseball routine?

VP-5 10-0 1000 drifting and fishing near theOtt's Resident fishing licenses cost 6)). Curt Flood, formerly of the
VW-4 5-0 1000 $3 and may be obtained at NAS Cardinals and Phillies, is
A-C Malnt. 4-3 .571 257 Tops Jax Special Services, Bldg. 704. now the property of what
team
Bee's 4-3 .571 Boats and fishing gear are also Answers
FICEUR 3-4 .429 available for check out from 'Qallllgdaq {
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NATTC 1-4 .200 pooU t11Ai)1"nO| u
VA-203 Taeusche Wins 01 v;tJIJ ,un p jui jqo X)mM1
1-6 .143 Chase rolled
a 644 'sJ01vuas uoauigsvM ) '((9
MATSG 1-6 total to gain high set scratch 'oUit1 5,
Jax-In Women's Golf .
honors and Phil Ott turned in n '((9uoea:0
a aboard the 803 l: PU8 110QQY pnl
Association
VolleyballNARTU high 257 game, along with play 'puvHJOd '(qaaloilo
Duwayne Stelter to highlight station Tuesday, Cynthia ; 'uosuiqoy! v)[ooag '(g009'9Ig
Taeusche the silver '
11-2 .864 action in the NATTC Intramural captured cup 'uonvpoll.IY WESTERN GAL-Lovely Jennifer -
tournament. Lanie Davis took the nvq1lB1rU: IvuoHvN 94.L (Z
FICEUR 9-2 .818 Bowling League last week. Castle reminds all letter
first while Mrs. Taeuschealso 'a1V1S luxaJ t1JoN
MARTD 8-5 Chase also has the flight, writers that ZIP code numbers
.615 league's
alwvlI aAa1S tq 1 as spin
grabbed off the second flight do the mail.
really speed Zip
VA-203 7-5 high with 184 followedby 899'9 10 2u1gaq
.583 average a honors. Jane Watson toured the 1JVw Pio aq} her at Las Vegas 89101. (Photo
MATSG Bobby Crawford who is } 'LIPQ uo IpJd
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VP-5 4-5 .444 maintaining a 170 clip as far this )
the third
take flight.
Medical 4-8 .333 season. }}axunld{ wlt'(1(

FAETU Stelter and Ott also turned in
1-9 .100
MarBar 1-9 ..100Withdrew the high game handicap scores Red Darters Top Sigonella BasketballSpecial I
with and
679th ( ) a 289 277 respectively
VW-4 (Withdrew) last week. High set handicap

honors went to Tom Young with a to Jax Air News high offense to Harigel added 14.
'"''''''......,....................................... 596. flying regain the The .
: : lead and keep a clean 6 0 intramural following night, the VP 45
: SIGONELLA, Sicily. record here.J. Zoomie squad evened its recordat
i Sports Shorts i NATTC Bowling StandingsSalt Currently on deployment here M. Delk, J L. Stevenson and 3.3 here with Randy Parmleyand
ii from NAS Jax, the VP-45 'Ground D. J. Colbert all had 16 points for Bob Adomyetz each scoring
i and Pepper 48-20 .706 Pounders' basketball squad is the winners, and teammate F, A. 18.
Busch Swacked 45-23 .662 picking up from where the
Fliers Drop Two AE'B'Schools 39'/z-28>/j588 squadron's football team left off
Untouchables 39-29 .574 while at Jax.
Jax The Jax ,Fliers MOVE INTO 'Th SPOILER'
Navy Village Lounge 36-32 .529 The ground Pounders zipped by ,

Patrick dropped AFB a pair over of loop the weekend games to The Bombers 32%-35'A .477 the VP-45 Zoomies, 69 .61, as the I, .....9.0.......;.......................................................-:..'.......,............................................................:-.:.:...................,,..
Reverse Bias 32-36 .471 two squadron teams met for the
123 73 and 118 80. The Fliers Short Rounds 30-38 .441 first time Jan. 15 in Sigonella ; ...
will be out to get on the winning A-C Malnt. 28-40 .412 intramural play.

. track tomorrow night when they Officers 28-40 .412 The Zoomies jumped off to an MATADOGAPARTMENTS
take on Mayport at 7:30 in the AE'A' Inst. 24 /443i4360 early lead, but the Ground

NAS Gym. Murray's Tav. 24%-43360 Pounders plundered the Zoomie
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PAY
GRADE UNDER 2 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 26

0.10 2111.40 2185.80 2185.80 2185.80 2185.80 2269.50 2269.50 2443.!>0 2443.50 2618.40 2618.40 2443.50 2793.30 2193'0 2967.60 2618.40
2269.50
0.9' 1871.40 1920.60 1961.70 19b1.70 1961.70 2011.20 2011.20 2094.60 2094.60 2269.50 2269.50 2361.00 2361.00
2185.80
0.8 In5.00 1745.70 1787.40 1787.40 1787.40 1920.60 1920.60 2011.20 2011.20 2094.60 2052.60 205.60 2052.60 2052.60
0 1408.20 1504.20 1504.20 1504.20 1571.10 1571.10 1662.60 1662.60 1745.70 463.10 920.60 1537.80 1571.10 1662.,0 1803.30
1221.90 1263.30
0.6 1043.70 1147.20 1221.90 1221.90 1221.90 1221.90 1221.90 1213.80 1304.70 1379.70 1421.10 1471.20 1471.20
1080.30 1137.90
,005 834.60 980.70 1047.90 1047.90 1047.90 1047.90 1141.20 1197.00 1230.30 1230.30 1230.30 1230.30
004, 704.10 56.50 914.40 914.40 930.60 972.30 1033.30 989.10 1097.10 1038.30 1063.80 1063.80 1063.80 1063.80 1063.80 1063.80
0.3 654.30 731.10 781.20 864.90 906.00 938.70 789.30 789.30 789.30 789.30 789.30 789.30 789.30
789.30
002 524.40 622.80 748.20 773.10 789.30 789.30 622.80 622.80 622.80 622.80 622.80 622.80 622.80 622.80
001 45/.60 499.20 622.80 622.80 622.80 622.80 f
9.10 1080.30 1080.30 1080.30 1080.30
9 1038.30 1080.30 1080.30
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W.I 441.90 507.00 501.00 549:00: 573:60: 598:50: U2.80
756.90 774.30 792.00 809.70 827.70 843.90 888.60 975.00
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399.00 478.50 496.20 513.60 531.30 548'10 505.20 531.30 548.10 565.50 574.50 574.50 574.50 574.50
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Grade GS-OSt 6,938 7,169 7.400 7,631 7,862 8,093 8,324 8,555 8,786 9,017
Grade GS-06s 7,727 7,985 8,243 8,501 8,759 9,017 9,275 9,533 9,791 10,049
Grade GS-07t 8,582 8,863 9,154 9,440 9,726 10,012 10,298 10,584 10,870 11,156
Grade GS-08i 9,493 9,809 10,125 10,441 10,757 11,073 11,389 11,705 12,021 12,337
Grade GS-09i 10,470 10,819 11,168 11,517 11,866 12,219 12,564 12,913 13,262 13,611
Grade GS-l0i 11,517 11,901 12,285 12,669 13,053 11,437 13,821 14,205 14,589 14,973
Grade OS-lli 12,615 13,036 13,457 13,878 14,299 14,720 15,141 15,562 15,983 16,404
Grade GS-121 15,040 15,541 16,042 16,543 17,044 17,949 18,046 18,547 19,048 19,549
Grade GS-13s 17,761 18,353 18,945 19,537 20,129 20,721 21,313 21,905 22,497 23,089
Grade GS-14t 20,819 21,509 22,203 22,897 23,591 24,285 24,979 25,673 26,367 27,061
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NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are t

AIR CONDITIONERS sold in Green Cove Springs, and why there should be so many

Mrs.f am. 7p.mComeln&BrowseiUWL modern, completely staffed new car franchises in a community -

of this size? For instance, in what other town of less ; M
than 3,000 population will you find offered complete lines of A

Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, and all other,major American auto
manufacturers? 'r' Walter Lucas

Thousands of persons every year are discovering that
'automobile row' in Green Cove Springs is only a short,

pleasant drive from wherever they are, and so much easierto
ay reach and shop in than more heavily congested areas. '

They like the friendly treatment they find in a small town.

They welcome the reasonable prices made possible by the .
lower operating costs in Green Cove Springs. They appreciate t I f I
the fact that here they are treated as valued

customers, not statistics on a sales chart. Brent Penn
Visit Roberts Chevrolet Oldsmobile in Green Cove

Springs, and you'll SEE why so many cars are sold in Green
Cove Springs. Our slogan "Putting You First Keeps Us
QIIIT4rWINNING First is the attitude of the entire staff and management at rr! #

Roberts Chevrolet .,Oldsmobile.




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