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Creation Date: February 11, 1971
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VOL.28 NO. 45 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA FEBRUARY 11, 1971
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Navy Earns Praise




For Woodbine HelpJax

The Navy's quick response to last week's explosion

at Woodbine, Ga., has drawn praise from

Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tanzler in a telegram to the

0, Chief of Naval Operations, In the telegram, Mayor
Tanzler told Adm. Zumwalt:
\
'I would like to express my .
thanks and those of the thousandsof volunteered blood for victims.
s people of this two state area 'The Navy's effort will not be
for the tremendous humanitarian forgotten by the people of this
-. response of the Navy during the area.'
1 { lM hx disastrous explosion at the RAdm. Lawrencelleyworth Jr.,

,r a Ma.u, | w'A' W Thiokol Plant at Woodbine. Not commander, Fleet Air
j only were three Navy helicopterswith Jacksonville,said he was pleasedand
jI I /- medical personnel dispatched proud that those concernedhad
I rapidly but through their received deserved
" II a m .lb w ,W ILn.a .nawd n1y lklluhVpB efforts many critically injured recognition and offered his own
It I tMt ; ,.',. {RSA URipI people were promptly air thanks to those Navymen here
evacuated to Jacksonville and in Glynco who reacted 'so

t : hoBoitals. professionally and compassionately. -
/ "'Over three hundred Navymen .'

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I It: $60,000 Worth of Navy. Charity. ;.Lk ,



f RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., commander the Combined Federal Campaign., The remainer MK, I
I FleetAlrJax presents a check 'for nearly $40,000 to was pledged through payroll deductions. Frank J. -'q ., .. .
jA J.H. Quaritius, 1970 United Fund president. The Brennon ((1)) was the city's campaign chairman for h
check presents the cash portion of the $281,817 that the drive, while Capt. R.C.O'Loughlin (r) headed
{t area military and civilian employees gave 'through the Navy's drive effort. J


I Food Services InitiatesFamily\ Night Dinners

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: Jax-Want to take your familyout Supply Department's Food service has been started to make L
for an outstanding meal at Service Division to enjoy a the dining hall available to _
) better than reasonable prices? Family Night dinner at the NAS enlisted men and their guests, Le
Enlisted personnel serving at Dining Hall Feb. 18. The new and a special Family Night menu Mtn "
NAS Jax have been invited by the will be featured once each month. ra

Mayor Visits Narf Family Night Menu Price List
_______m____ ___ S
A Prices will be: Enlisted per {
i Jaz-Mayor Hans Tanzler; Minestrone Soup, sonnel on commuted rations, 55 GIVES BLOOD-ATN3 Michael J. Badgett, VW-4, was one of more
John Waters, chief operating Spaghetti a la Italiano or ce'1tsj; adults guests, 65 cents; than 300 local Navymen to volunteer blood for the victims of the
Baked
officer for the city; and Peter Lasagna Napoli, and guests 12 years old and chemical explosion in Woodbine. (Photo by PH3 Sue Sites)
Pizza Pie Roma AntiPasto
Kirill, national vice-president of younger, 30 cents.
Parmesan Cheese
the Navy League of the United ,
States, will head a group of Garlic Bread, Buttered Those planning to attend the Paper Out FridayJaxDue
Brussels Buttered family night dinner should make
visitors that will tour the Naval Sprouts, to Monday being a national holiday In celebration
Mixed Italian reservations by Feb. 16 by calling
Air Rework Facility here Vegetables, of George Washington's birthday next week's edition of the
Salad and salad Ext. 3302 Meal hours for
and or 3257.
tomorrow. The group is expectedto Jax Air News will be distributed aboard the air station on
dessert bar. family will be from 4 to
night 5:30
make a walking tour throughthe : Friday Feb. 19, instead of its regular publication day on
Facility beginning at 10 a.m. pm. Thursday.
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f Cdr. Siverly Takes Command of Hurricane Hunters I

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i perience in Super Constellations. from Barber's Point, Hawaii Cdr. Marsh, the outgoing Roosevelt (CV-42)) as navigation
Jax Cdr
Paul L. He flew with Airborne Early early in his career. commanding officer, has ordersto officer
Siverly assumed command Warning Squadrons. 14 and 16 Later, Cdr. Siverly served as report aboard the USS The change of command came
of the Navy's famed the Constellation less than two weeks after the
an instructor for -
Hurricane Hunters here r before taking part in :: .. squadron received its first WP-3
yesterday, relieving Cdr. v the Artie Basin II Project over : Orion, the aircraft that will

y Alvin 'F' Marsh, who had acv 4 the Arctic ice cap. eventually replace thesquadron's
commanded the squadron In 1963 he joined VP-8 at r, ''; WC-121 Super Con :

since February 1970. Patuxent River, Md., flying the ltellatlons.
The squadron was commissioned
P-3 Orion. Following duty aboardthe
t j RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Essex, he was ordered for in 1952 and has been
,. Jr., commander Fleet Air, duty with Air Development providing reconnaissance ser
Jacksonville served as guest Squadron One, and in early 1969 vices ever since. Recently the
r',. speaker for the ceremony. joined the Hurricane Hunters squadron was cited for its
I An 18-year Navy veteran from here as squadron operations meritorious actions during the ,
Illinois, Cdr. Siverly stepped up officer. He became the exec one 1969 hurricane season
from the squadron's executive year later. Not exclusively a hurricane
officer position to assume The commander and Mrs. squadron as its nickname im
f' command. Siverly, the former Cecilia plies, the squadron is currently
Earning his Navy wings in the ... Spencer of Chicago,and their five engaged in providing early
summer of 1956, the new Hunter ------ in warning of impending snow '
children live nearby Orange -- ----
skipper has had extensive ext Cdr. Siverly Park. Cdr. Marsh storms.


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

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

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



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Chaplain's' Message



Threats of AutomationBy '

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LCdr. Richard Boyer, clle .

The other morning I got into my car, successfully r. wui>i l l1
negotiated several stop signs, three traffic signals, one

railroad crossing, and, upon parking in front of my CatholicNAVAL
office, suddenly wondered, 'How did I get here?'

A car drive is one thing, but how about life itself? We AIR STATION

can live close to the marvels of nature but never reallysee
Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
our surroundings. Individuals who participate in our Mass 8 and 11 A.AL Daily Sunday Mass

life: parents, spouse, children, friends, can all be _J Monday 11 A.M.: Tuesday
missed when the haze of self centeredness becomes a through Friday 11:30: A.M.

life style. They are like cardboard people having forms .- Saturday Confessions 10:30: .

and shapes but no life.And thus goes a lifetime, right 11:15 A.M.NA'M'C

through the traffic signals and stop signs with reflexesset Sunday Mass-9:30 A.Mbldg. 500
on automatic and mind in neutral.So .
man in threatened -with an automation like MISSILE MILESTONE-Cdr.Wally Vance,commanding Missile.officer Training of Sunday. Worship. 10 A.M.
conducted a Shrike
existence which results from failure to observe, and thatis Attack Mission Squadron against a 203 simulated,successfully target on the Plneeastle Range In central

bad enough. But what is worse, some actually seek it. Florida. This was a milestone In the new concept of having.reservesquadrons ProtestantNAVAL
'Cop out' is the word today among the alientated. more capable of performing with their RegularNavy
Unregulated use of drugs and excessive drinking have counterparts. The mission was scheduled and coordinated.. Cdr. R.

taken their toll of personalities, careers, health and even E. Holt and the Air Wing Reserve 20 Staff last week. AIR STATION

likl itself. .
Sunday
Someone has remarked that there are just two kindsof ? 4..
Ball Is Feb. 19
Militar Communion
.Holy -8:30 A.M.
:
people who have camped in the Rocky Mountains: .:.: Church School-
Bldg. 750; 9:15:
.
those who return home filled with delight over the A.M.

scenery, and those who gripe about the lack of indoor Jax-A formal military ball will be held at the Of- Junior Church (nursery grade

plumbing.We ficer's Club here Feb. 19. In a Valentine motif, and with 6)) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship

have an alternative, however, another road, one the music of Johnny Jelinek, the mood will be set for Service -10:30 A.M. Bldg. 750;
Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30:
that emphasizes reality both the good and the bad, and
sweethearts, young and old. P.M. Bldg. 722; Senior Youth
can live with it. This involves a committment to Christ. The price of $7.50 includes steak dinner with wine. Fellowship :30 P.M. .Bldg.722.

For, instead of drawing us out of Q1e real world He Tickets are available at the '0' Club or from Lt. ,Magee Tuesday

sharpens our senses and asks us to live right now. By His (COMFAIRJAX OPCON, Bldg. 506)). -

death on the cross He forgives us, so don't let painful Reservation will be accepted through Tuesday, but Christian Science Service 7

memories and guilt cause delay. I like this paraphraseof will not be confirmed until tickets are purchased. P.M. Tuesday

Jeremiah Chapter 2: Seating priority will be based on ticket purchase-early

As soon as I became a prophet action is urges. The ball affords an excellent, op- Senior Choir Rehearsal-P.M.

Things began to pop and jerk portunity for a command group gathering. Bldg. 750NAVAL
And swing in all directions HOSPITAL

From my rooftop.For v
God was getting through to me Divine Worship 10 a.m.

in almost everything I saw: ,, NATTC.

In sticks and stones,
Divine Worship11 A.M. Bldg.,
In cokes and cones. 500
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I CACHE And BUDDY Tickets AtSpecial Your Dental Healthyour I

ServicesThere

The CACHE or Delay Program Pickard took advantage of the teeth may tell more about man's biological and social
allows qualified personnel to CACHE program as well as than know. history.
you
enlist in the Inactive Reserve enlisting under the provisions of are alot of upcoming in you has read of how When you visit your dentist
Program (USNR-R) and return the Buddy Program. This events in the Jacksonville months and area the dental Everyone clues have been used to your teeth too, provide much
Active after allows individuals to the next couple of of victims of information about yourself.
for a period of Duty a program the remains
is at Special identify
\ delay of six months maximum. enlist together and undergo place to get tickets crashes or other They tell your dentist, by the
; Some advantages offered are: recruit training together. This Services. Some of the coming airplane The FBI regularly way they wear and by their
Enlistment date assured with affords 'Moral' support duringthe attractions are Roller Derby, on sends disasters out descriptions the teeth position, !if they and the jaws are
school seats available for trasltional period from February 21, Individuals wanted in con- in proper relations, or if
{, qualified personnel while com civilan life to military life. While Also on the agenda are the of nection with federal charges. corrective action is needed to
pletinghigh school, junior college, every effort will be made to keep world famous 'Harlem There are cases recorded of improve their functioning and
or college. While no pay Is involved people so enlisted together during Globetrotters'. Meadow Lark crimes that were solved by the preserve their life.
time served counts for recruit training. It must be Lemon, Curly and all the rest of tooth markings left in materials They tell your dentist what
out that unexpected the basketball clowns will be here diet is like and how well
longevity and this will mean pointed such as cheese or by bite marksin your you
more money later on after sickness, hospitalization or lack March the 15th. Don't miss this skin. do your daily job of good tooth-
commencing active duty. of training progress many cancel one. Tickets are also available Teeth have told us a great dealaboot brushing. They provide the information
John Kozak III and Jeffery provislns of this program. for all the home hockey games of early man and the forms of he needs to counsel you
the Jacksonville Rockets. life existing before man. Because wisely for oral health.
For more information con- hard and durable Your dentist also knows from
they are so
cerning these upcoming Services events, teeth have survived through the condition of the soft tissues of
contact Special hundreds of centuries and the mouth some of the things
tu&1 t- Building Four, Monday through many the most important going on in the rest of your body.
a.m. to 4:30: are among
from 8:00
Friday :
sources: of our knowledge of The mouth often provides the
wwr p.m. earning signal for ills developing

elsewhere.For .
instance, small bright red
spots, each having a tiny white
speck in the center, often appearon
the cheek lining in the mouthsof
children when measles are just
beginning. The presence of these
'Koplik spots'alert the dentist to
r t the patient's need for medical
treatment

Oral examination can also
TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE-John Kozak III and Jeffery uncover such illnesses as
Pickard take advantage of the buddy program by enlisting In the Navyat ,4.U pleurisy, hypertention, leukemiaand
the tame time. diabetes.
Thyroid conditions and Paget's
l Disease also have oral symp

toms.
Sometimes the clues work in
reverse-pains in other parts of
the body signal the existence of
dental difficulties. Pains in the
r eye or temple may mean
UGHTIt THECA problems in the upper back teeth.

? Damaged lower molars may be

sQ U the culprit where pain occurs in
ON Capt. Coleman presents Mrs. Sallie Dunlap with her 1000 Hour the neck or head. Malocclusion
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bances can cause headaches.
BANKAMERICARD'AMERICAN EXPRESSSTANDAROOILMASTERCHARCE Your dentist knows the Im-
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YY" the health of the rest of the body.
THE MAll T Not only will changes in the body
RoostVll t affect the teeth and soft tissues of
SCALE... the mouth but abnormal func-
tioning of the tissues and organsin
the mouth can create serious
disturbances in your overall
health.

Oral streptococci, carried by
MONDAYTHRU SATURDAY the blood and lodged in

HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM previously damaged heart
valves, sometimes are a factor in
a disabling,heart disease called
bacterial endocaritis.

Oral cancer-easily cured if
r and

i H/ll MAt aTila; recognized other parts early-spreads of the body quicklyto and is

Jt usually fatal if not treated. for

'and'caring
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I USO Marks 30th Anniversary.. Traffic
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The USO (United Services Organization) marked 30 arrangements and escort them to Violations]

I years of existance Feb. 4, and will celebrate the anniversary their train or bus.
all year long at its more than 185 facilities in A problem for military families
[soften theneed for a babysitting
the United States and overseas.The service while Mom and Dad Jax the following is a report
services USO provides in search for housing or otherwisefind .Dt r of motor vehicle accidents and
its normal day-to-day activities Helps TravelersIn it inconvenient to care for the .t.. traffic violations for the period of
cover a wide range. With today's some of its airport lounges, children. All USO Clubs will act Jan. 25 31.Number.
housing shortage and high rents, USO maintains a'sleeping area as baby-sitters and many have a of Accidents
an Important service is to secure for tired military travelers with nursery area for this service. This period 5.
appropriate housing for military long waits in between flights.The This period a year ago 11.
families. Most clubs maintain lounges also provide most of the AWOL Aid AN 8peDler Total accidents this year 20.
lists of apartment availabilities personal care items to be found in Almost every USO Club Total accidents through this
and other information to assist the regular clubs.On occasion, director has had experience with AN Spenler period last yeat 32.
servicemen moving into the the USO staff at these airport military AWOLs. After exceeding Total number of days since last
community.Area. facilities have pieced together a the limits of his pass or injury in a motor vehicle ac-
complete uniform so that the leave time, many servicemenhave Wins HonorsAt cident 135.
Information serviceman may take advantage second thoughts about being Bumber of days since an injury
If the serviceman is simply of the special military air fare. 'over the hill' and wish to returnto FaetulantJax last year at this time 3.
visiting, USO helps with Information Many USO Clubs throughoutthe duty, Fear of disciplinary Number of Violations
and special country have their own action however, often makes the This week 37.
arrangements for low-cost ac unique ways of helping military servicemen hesitate to return. AN Vernon L. Spenler has Speeding 8.
commodationsat motels, hotels, travelers. USO in Washington, USO Club directors maintain been selected as FAETULANT Reckless driving 1.
and other community facilities.A D.C., for example, has a direct close relationships with military Serviceman of the quarter for the Going through stop sign 2.
few USO Clubs in Alaska and the line from the city's bus ter chaplains and commanders. In final three months of 1970. Other violations 26.
Pacific provide dormitory accommodations minals. Whether he's stranded mostAWOL casesa call to these He received the quarterlyhonor Ten drivers appeared before
although most without funds, or whether its a Individuals from the director Jan. 19 during a ceremony the Traffic Hearing Board on
facilities are not equipped to simple matter of providing the elicits a sympathetic response conducted by LCdr. J.A. Landry Feb. 4. Disposition of the cases
provide this service. names of hotels that give special enabling the serviceman to officer in charge. His award included the following:
military discounts, the local staff return without being harshly consists of a $25 Savings Bond, a Six lost driving and parking
But most USO Clubs
provide is to handle the with reduction in
shower facilities, shaving prepared disciplined or a free trip to St. Augustine and a privileges aboard the station for
emergency. the penalty. various periods 2 were assignedto
equipment,shoeshine equipment, letter of recognition.AN ;
sewing kits, ironing facilities, Loans Special Advice Spenler earned the Ser- complete an eight-hour coursein
Arranges
and other personal care facilities Close ties are also maintainedwith viceman award by demon remedial driving; 4 receiveda
An additional feature of the other to ( ) 0 were given (a)
for the convenience of transient community agenciesthat strating superior devotion suspensions;
servicemen. Washington USO program is its can be of help to the ser- duty, military bearing, appearance warnings; 2 were dismissed; 5
special arrangements with local viceman. Advice on legal, and character.Jax were fined (U.S. Magistrate;
military commanders and financial, maritalhealth and
military police to provide tem- other problems, and referral to
loans for servicemen who VP-5 Members Collect
porary the
is
appropriate agency a normal
lack
HONDAMOTORS enough money for transportation part of the day's business for I
back to their posts.
any USO.
When they are found hitchhikingor
& CYCLES CO. wandering about the street, Of course, the best way to solvea Awards, Recognitions
4949 BLANDING'BLVD. the military police bring them to problem Is to prevent it. USO
PHONE 771.8244 USO to make the necessary provides information and special
programs aimed at helping the -AWC Montie L. Bradfordand Both men will continue to live
young men and women in the PR1 William H. Sullivanwere in theJacksonville area.
,'''', .. military to avoid trouble. Drugsare piped over the side to the
....,'"..-' ............... of special concern.today, and Fleet Reserve in a ceremony Conference For
--'.. ...."' ............. local club directors are becomingmore conducted Jan. 18, at Patrol '
--, Catholic Couples
\ knowledgeable,and .competent Squadron Five's headquarters. in
in providing informationand Hangar 1000. Jax--Catholic personnel and
activities to divert service Chief Bradford joined the Navy those planning to .marry
This could be the personnel from becoming users. in 1944 and reported aboard NAS Catholics are required to attend
1 1 1 These are just some of the Jax in February 1970. He was Pre-Cana conferences The spring
more common aids provided' by instrumental in obtaining the session of these conferences will
most important adexGI's = USO. The key toUSO's problem- high quality of performance of be held tomorrow, Saturday and
solving services is the dedicationand the 'Mad Foxes' antisubmarine Sunday at 8 p.m. in the library of
deep concern of its staff. warfare operators. Christ the"King Church.
will Whatever the problem, they will PRl Sullivan retired as a 21. Further'lnCormation' may be
do everything within their ability year veteran, and was assignedto obtained at the Chaplain's office
read. and judgment to help. the patrol squadron's para loft. by calling Ext. 3440 or 3311.
; ever _

Navy Relief Offers Dental Loans I

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I I.---_....'" ..'.. ..............................._ services Jax One which of Navy the lesser Relief known offersto were$11,844 gratuities.were loans and $7,950 would free. In cause cases undue where hardship repayment, the

The is it A those in need is financial Ideal dental restoration is not is
opportunity as big as you make money rendered as a partial or
challenging! new career in computer programming.A assistance to cover the costs of authorized under Navy Relief but complete! gratuity.
fast growing industry that promises good pay, necessary Last dental the care. treatment leading to serviceable Navy; and Marine Corpsmembers
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Auxiliary of the
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Your first move?Enroll in our college-level Society paid $19,794 for dental As with all other forms of supply-idenpendents'to
care or cover any emergency,
computer education program.As an eligible care for Navy and Marine Corps financial assistance
Navy Relief should the Relief.
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Air Station Slices



Auto Accident Rate


by JOSH Mary Shuk
'
:. Jax Automobile accidents on this station were
reduced 25 percent between 1969 and 1970, and there are ,

hopes to bring it even lower this year.

" According to LCdr. 0. C. An-
dersen, NAS security officer, the vestigations also showed that
, credit belongs to everyone. Ills more accidents occur when the
[v role in the decrease, he claims, commissary is open than at any iI iIDii
[< has been merely to 'make the other time. w
a problem known.'
'Publicity of traffic problemsis Action was taken by the Safety
what influenced the accident Council to overcome these II,
decrease most,' he said. 'We hazards, and as a result, most of -
publicize: at Safety Council the parking lots here have been
gatherings, in Jax Air News, and improved. Additionally, the new
at court meetings. commissary hours have done I ,
Along with the constant much to curve the accident rate. ''wLEND I
publicity, a larger, more However, Thursdays, when the
representative Safety Councilwas commissary is open late, accidents
cited as being partially still pile up. Patrons are
responsible for the reduced ac- urged to be extra patient and
cident rate. Today it has cautious on these days.
HBBBH Jwi Btw* Mir mamtt; *wm***+ **m <
from nearly
representatives
every activity and department on Hit and run incidents were A HAND Recently promoted to his present rank, Cdr. Robert C. Franklin, protestant
station.Members meet regularlyto another'common problem in 1969. chaplain here, Is assisted with a new hat and coat by his 10 year old son Stuart and Capt. John I
discuss the causes and Now those who attempt this sort Kincaid, NAS CO.
solutions of vehicle accidents. of crime are usually discovered
Bad driving habits and ways to when routine investigations
i: correct them are being brought to reveal the evidence. Even with a sk
attention through Defensive one quarter decrease, vehicle
Driving Courses, which are accidents on this station cost
required of all station personnel $115,336.39 last year. The 4 4, b
4\ by OpNav Instruction 5100.12. goverment suffered damages hM ii
\ Courtesy tickets issued by Station costing $11,386.94, while in-
I Police have also been helpful in dividual losses totaled
cutting down driving $103,949.45. (-
discrepancies, according to
LCdr. Andersen. LCdr. Andersen stated that In
Investigations have shown that his opinion everyone is
135 of the 314 accidents which cooperating fairly well in cutting _
occured here in 1970 were due to back driving casualties. He
poorly arranged parking lots. added, 'Accident prevention Isn't
Improper backing was revealedto my Job or your job alone, it is
be the major cause. The In- everyone's job.

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pilot who rose to the rank of training in Norfolk, Va. and was adesignated a naval
lieutenant commander has endeda Subsequently he was promotedto aviator, in August 1955.
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years and three wars. grade) before being released service; he served in numerous
LCdr. 'J' 'P' McCullough was from active duty. In January aviation squadrons and at
piped ashore for the last time 1948, he renlisted in the Navy hasa various naval installations in the
during ceremonies Jan. 29. first class aviation structural United States and overseas.
LCdr. McCullough began his mechanic (aviation'pilot). After Among his many medals are
career when he enlisted in the being advanced .to ,CPO. he ac- the Air Medal, Navy Unit
Commendations and PresidentialUnit
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IAn Medal.
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PART I : The Black : ; :.
Man '
in the NnM, :Xfffc. : '1' ',r:l.. ,. -
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Early Battles Prove Black Man Courage


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(Ed. Note: This Is the first of a sailors onboard, 'His name
three part series describing the to be registered in the book ought of missioned in 1886. When the Alabama tried to makea fathoms of water, and, according
historical participation of the fame and remembered with Robert Smalls, a native of run for the open sea, the to his commanding officer, Pease
black American in the United reverence as long as bravery Is South Carolina, was later electedto Kearsarge challenged her and a 'fully sustained his reputation as j
States Navy. Part one traces his virtue.' a both the South Carolina and' U. bitter 60- minute battle followed. one of the best men on the ship.' \
S. House of Representatives. While the crew on the
role in gun
seapower from 1775 to During the battle, Johnson
1865.) struck In was During the War Between the Alabama fired fast but wild, the (Next: Black participation In
the
hip by a 24 pound States, five blacks were awardedthe Kearsarge made each shot count. the' Navy from 18C5 to the
The cannon ball and was nearly cut in Medal of Honor. The first so The Alabama was sunk in 40 present.)
35,000 black Americansnow half. As he lay dying on the deck, honored
Robert Blake
was
serving with their black Johnson said and an
non over over, 'Fire
shipmates in the U. S. Navy work away my boys, no haul the color USS escaped Marblehcad slave. Blake's, was ship lying, the at H 1'' i '' : ir
with ,
highly technical equipment (the American flag) down.: anchor in the Stone River of
on board air conditioned ships. During the Mexican American
Legareville N. C.
Their way, however, was paved War((1846-1848) some 1,000 black In the ,
early morning hours of 1"I'Ic
with the blood and sweat of early Americans served in America's Christmas ,
Day, 1863, the Con
black sailors whose
history forms young Navy federates attacked the ship.
one of the most exciting, but Some 30,000 blacks fought in Blake, a steward, could have
'overlooked, chapters in naval the Union Navy during the Civil hidden below decks; Instead, he
history. War, and many others on Con- substituted for an injured .-,.
Stories of these seamen doing federate ships. Some were powderboy and routinely served '

their jobs during times of war slaves, and some were freedmen.In the rifle gun during the 14 hour _
and peace have gone untold, and the Union Navy one sailor in battle. lie was praised for his .
their participation in the Navy four was black. 'cool and brave' conduct by hit
has become a forgotten part of Many slaves attempted to flee commanding officer.
their heritage.In the South during the early days of Three black Americans were
the Navy's first sea flights, the war. While thousands sue cited for outstanding bravery '.
those of the Revolutionary War, ceeded, few escapes were more during a key naval battle at l j I
1500 blacks served their country daring than that of Robert Mobile Bay, Ala., less than one ) r T 1

loading guns, working sails, Smalls, a coastal pilot on the new year later. John Lawson of 4
manning boats, and piloting Confederate steamer CSS Pennsylvania was a crew ,
coastal vessels. If a sailor was a Planter.At member on Rear Admiral Daniel Fi
slave, he was emancipated after 4 a.m. on May 13, 1862, when Farragut's flagship, the USS i
three years of military, service. the officers were ashore, Smalls Hartford. i j jI

During the War of 1812, the and an escape party of 15 slaves Lawson's battle station was )' 4 ; .
the Planter The -- -- --- ---
Navy's first test in defending the got underway. below decks where he supplied

newly-formed United States, one 313-ton ship pulled slowly from powder to the gun crews above MANAGEMENT DIPLOMA-Orlando J. Stevens of the Naval Air
out of every six sailors were the wharf near the Confederate him. A shell struck his positionand Rework Facility's Process Division receives a management diploma
in Charleston
black. headquarters
Lawson was smashed from Capt. D.H. Heile, commanding officer. Stevens earned the
Harbor. With the Rebel flag against the side of the
ship.
diploma after successful completion of an extension course In In.
Serve with Perry flying, the ship was steered Although badly wounded In the dustrial management. Looking on at the presentation were J.P. Dokle
toward the open sea. leg, Lawson Ignored his Injury and J.F. Porwoll, Process Division supervisors.
Black Americans served and kept passing. powder to the
proudly with Commodore Oliver Sail Under Guns guns.

Hazard Perry when he won a key In the same battle,on board the
battle against the British on Lake Getting out of the harbor was USS Brooklyn, two other sailors '
Erie. After the battle, Pe no easy job because several distinguished, themselves in .New IncomeTax .;
of John Johnson!, one of blackstfsal..w Rebel forts guarded the harbor combat and were also awardedthe
entrance. As he passed each Medal of Honor.

CLPPER'SLVERLNETCRAFT/ / outpost ,Smalls gave the correct William Brown of Marylandand Service offersInstant
sign with the ship's whistle. James Mifflin of Virginia,
Everything was made to appearas served the powder line of their
MERCRUISER though the Planter was on a ship (which took two direct hits
STERNDRIVES routine mission. during the four hour battle),
Finally, the ship came abreastof stood their ground and kept the
MERCURY the huge guns of Fort Sumter, guns supplied. Fast, accurate
OUTBOARDS and since everything appeared Union gunfire, made possible in
normal she was allowed to pass. part by these men helped the
EXPERT As soon as he was out of range of Union Navy defeat the Con- 'TaxRefund'
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SHOP : a'white.flag and sailed the ship

TRAINED FACTORY I'I: into the hands of the Union fleet Wins Medal of Honor
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MECHANICS blockading the harbor. e .

: ti For their brave acts, Smalls The fifth Medal of Honor of the
and his crew were awarded half War Between the States was
264-9835 the cash value of the ship and its earned by Joachin Pease of New
MARINESoles cargo by President Abraham York, a gun loader on the USS
INLET Lincoln. In addition, Smalls was Kearsarge. The Kearsarge had .
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Easy to Read Drug Table Tells It Like It Is Table Below II Reprinted Courtesy The Detroit New*-



Cocaine Iferoln/MQrphlne
MariJuana Hallucinogens Amphetamines Barbiturates


Cocoine Is extracted Morphine i. derived
Marijuana is fttt dried ISO Mescaline and pi'. Amphetamines and m.Barbiturates. art Induct seda- from the leaves of the from opium, and h.roin
to
le tiY'1 prescribed
flowerinG tops and leave locybin In natural thomptl.taminu are
oc'ur: a their calmcoca bush and is a white, Is produced from moreWhat
and for
of the Cannabis sativa, state but art also illegolgolly mad. and proscribed shop fluffy powder phlnt, Both
,
ore
commonly called henq. It Iy manvfocturtd. Other to curb appetites, reli.re ing rff.cf. Both psychoodorless usually
.
somewhat 01 a
looks I Ii k. fint, green chemicals being mode in. minor dtpression and in- logical and physiC! delooking It kis sown w fiwhit snowy
develop crystallln now tr can beaHolfa.
They tobacco and smtlll like They art pendenti can
cludt
dimethyltryptamin., mast .nergy.
taken
sn'rff.d; .nlw.d, sev.ral.WOyS but
satin, or
with heavy use, partic.
It il system
usually di.1hyitrypto mint, t.trac.ntral nervous
inoft.n WIt- but il are usuaN f InKt.d.>; Nor.
Are methsMarty when abusers II.rolRf .
smo\.d, but can be baked hydrocannGblnol, ph.nylstimulantl.. Some ,
Into cookies, fudge or cydoh.xylpiperidins and thins Is manufoc1ured il- f.ct the chemicals Intranot physically ocdicting- nf.rl cotlC to a these twousually
mixed wi'I h honey for dtm.thoxym.thylph.nethylegally. venously
drinking- lamine.

.

Joints sticks bennl.s, Red birds v.low jack- Coke, leaf and IfOW.! 'M' and dreamer for
reefers, Acid (for ISO), DEL Ups, DeP pills, ,
Slanl. pot, hay, Mar y Jane, DMT, 1HC, DOM, PCP (or copilots, footballs, hearts its, downs or down.rs Speedballs whin mixed mOf'p'un.' 'H, snow, funk,
Acapulco gold and loo"Psace pills") and STP and for me1t\.drin., blue heavens and goofwith heroin. horse and nod for heroin,
Names tia" green (In South WetS.rsnity( tranquility and mttb and speed. baHs. smock when mixed with!
ncsr). pace). morijuano.FHWftG. .



of great per. AH product varying d.. Normal doses produce Small amounts make Oral use con. cut faThe two an a.n.railyceptiv.ness
and relaxed grits of illusions, d.luan increased altrtn.ss the u I'r nlax.d and tigue and produce some .sedative or calming and
pleasure 0 It.n accomsions and hallucinations. but 'v.ry heavy UII, par often lociabt. and 9O'Od.xbiklration.. Jntravenous- ore effective pain kill.rs.
Main pony small doses [mafic They can ltad to mm titularly of I n j I.ct.d humored. 8tllig.rtM. and Iy,it can induce dangerous They slow pulse and .
Meets behavior, lOll of memory memal changes like those mtttItdrin., tends to prodepression art frequent overconfidence, haHudna-1 pirotion. H..oin Is faster
and distortion of time, found In psychotics, and duce vast overconfidence, with major use' often sim'ions and paranoid tenand shorter acting.
space, color and sounds tea depression and IOrnfe hallucinations and oggr.sliar 10 drunk.nn.n. denci.s
follow bigger cIosts. tunes suicide m. aets. .
,



The risk depends on Permanent brain damHioh blood prSlur., Ir. Sedation, coma or Ccmvulsionl and death Users art to rlS.
the personality of the age Is suspected but unregular heat rhythms and death from respiratory can occur from overdoses piratory fat irons I I until
user, strength of the drug prov.d. Arty can trig .r heart attacks can'result, failure can follow mt.nbut are not common. Para- tolerance develops. OverPossibl. .
and pattern of use. Dis psychotic episodes whICh 01 will 01 violent behavtional or accidental overnceoc activity is cammon dose deaths ore fairly
torsion of space and time may recur months fatlf. lot. High tolerance gad dos... The user forgets however, and very strong common because the drug
Dangers make the user accident LSD can break chroma- psychological dependence how much h. has tak.n. psychological dtptnden-. ,compound can contain
pron. Psychological deSOlMs a potential for ore rapid, but no true Ncohol and barbiturates des can develop more pure heroin than
pend.nce J. fairly cornbir1ta def.Ch. physical addiction together ore deadly the user expects ar Is
mono able tea t'oltrat.





Navy Specialists to Promote

WANT ADS PAY



", Awareness, of Drug Dangers

I ,.
'
WESTSIMJACKSONVILLE'S In a move'to promote awareness of the dangers of drug abuse, the Navy is

introducing a drug education program to be conducted by trained volunteers in

pay grade E 5 and above.

NEWEST arid FINEST CASSATlJ 1310 The program will be enforcedat

major shore and sea com bating drug abuse. They must qualifications of all volunteers,

SALES AND SERVICE mands, including training cen- also possess a capacity for empathy and provide personnel recommendations
ters and naval district staffs. toward the
drug users concerning the in
1971 Volunteers for Drug Abuse whom they will encounter dividual's suitability.
Education Specialist billets, in working in the specialist billet
Corolla addition to being E S or above, The training which the ,
must be at least 21 years old withno volunteers will undergo includes

encumbering financial or 10 weeks instructional and
Sedan rf family problems. Shipboard leadership school,and four weeksof

vl specialists are required to haveat intensive drug abuse training r1.'i
least 24 months remaining at San Diego, Calif. !
obligated service at time of ac Navy personnel desiring

ceptance. assignment as'a, Drug Abuse
.I.I- UPTOJiMIPFRGAltON Drug abuse Education Education Specialist; should
Specialists must be capable of submit an enlisted transfer and

Standard ""i working independently, with a special duty requests (NavPers OPEN
minimum of supervision. 1306-7)) via EVERYDAY
Equipment includes : Reclining Bucket Seats Volunteers should be prepared to officer to the their Chief commanding of Naval

White wall tires Wheelcovers Nylon carpets devote a great amount of off Personnel. Commanding officers

Front disc brakes .Tinted glass duty hours to the field of com will evaluate and endorses the SUNDAY

TIL 6 P.M.SURPLUS.

JACK BUSH ,
General Mgr.says.
SEE US
"These are RELIABLE BUYSat FIRST I Discounts to GOODS

WHOLESALE PRICES !INo 0 V ServicemenBOSS

,reasonable deal refused Bring your title.. DISCOUNT STORE
' 70 LAND ROVBR 4-wheel drive Diesel engine : SUfi .t
' 70 TOYOTA"Crown" door Sedan Auto trans., 6 cyl., FactorY air, TO35 Beach Blvd 724242
R&H,WWT. Sold for$3650 new Now ONLY 12650
70 TOYOTA Wagon.Was$1895 Now ONLY$ "
lot FORD MUSTANG "Hot" V-8, Air scoop Auto trans., PS, PB,
Factory air' R&H. Soeclally. priced to go todayl! Sim FRIENDLY, RELAX ED&
65 CHEVELLE 2 door Haratop WasS237S. NowONLY$217
65 DODGE '440' door V.I, Factory air, Auto tranS., PS, R&H, QUIET ATMOSPHEREnttnaouuttnunttrrutunuttttttnnu
WWT.WaS"U75 Now ONLY. t17M '
DODGE CHARGER"383"4 bbl V.I, Auto tranl., PS, PS, Factory
air,Vinyl roof, R&H, WWT. SIf7S IDEAllY LOCATED FOR
PLYMOUTH SATELLITE 2.Door Hardtop, "31$" Vi Auto AWAY CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
trans., PS, R&H,WWT 11550 SPECIALS CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
M OPEL
KADETT Wagon Was$1275 NowONLY$117S
*4 CHEVY Super Sport V.1,4 speed,PB,Tach, R&H,One owner, low 2 New 60 x 12 Quality CHURCHES AND
mileage. Mobile Homes SHOPPJNG AREAS:
U INTERNATIONAL Wagon ijiij
II II! If .."M.J::$ f
"
M FORD
Custom 4 door Was$87S Now ONLY
Sirs Was
t* RAMBLER 220'door Sedan,Auto trans., R&H Sees $7495.... NOW Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
as RAMBLER CLASSIC 4 door, 6 cyl., standard shift, R&H. Like $5559 ., Turn South 2 Blocks

J 64 brand CORVAIR new. 1 door Auto ,47J Past Forrest High School..!
trans. R&H.Was 1450 NOW ONLY 1350 Was $7695..NOW .
$5974
QSDSUQ (
WESTSIDE
Both
homes high quality, Duluxe Furniture COLONIALFOREST
1J10CASSATAVE-. Wall to wall
carpet,
level
eye oven,.
HOUSE OF QUALITY SERVICE 6263 Roosevelt Boulevard
2220 Mayport Road Phone 384.5584 or 384.5585 .
PHONE 389 456T Atlantic Beach I
br+..yrs.. .. r..W a. Phone 246.1246 5928 FIRESTONE ROAD,
771.6666laerl .



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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 11


Bond Interest Increase Spelled Out


JIt WASHINGTON (AFPS) Yield on Series E and H Bonds
eirQf T has been increased to five and one-half per cent, retroactive to
June 1, 1970. The change has prompted some recent questions:
Q. How is Interest paid on these Bonds?
A. Series E Bonds are accrual-type eeuviIei, sold at 75 per
WEEKDAYS cent of face value. Interest is paid by gradual increase in redemptive -
value E Bonds now mature in 5 years, 10 months;
GALLEY NO. 1 tt Breakfast-6 to 7:30 '.m.; Dinner a.m. to 1 older E Bonds had various original maturity lengths ranging
to 5:30 p.m. Sandwich line served at dinner only. p.m.; Supper 1 from 7 to 10 years. Series H Bonds are current-income securities -
GALLEY to 6:15 NO. 3: Breekfast-S:30 to 7 a.m.; Dinner.11 a.m to 12:30: sold at par (face) value. Interest I is paid by semiannual
: Sandwich p.m.1
Supper p.m. line
WEEKENDS open In Wings 5 and 6at dinner only. checks issued by the Treasury. H Bonds mature in 10 years.
BOTH GALLEYS: Early Breakfast AND. HOLIDAYS Q. What is the new higher Interest rate?
12:30: p.m.; Supper 4 to 5:30: p.m 6:30: to 8:30 a.m.; Brunch.9:30: a.m to A. Series E Bonds now on sale return 51/2-per cent interest
COM RATS prices: Breakfast cents; Dinner and Brunch compounded semiannually, when held to maturity of 5 years, 10
cents. The following menu Is served at both galleys. cents; Supper months. They earn 4.01 per cent the first year; thereafter interest -
Sgt. Cook, USAF increases on a graduated scale: ; at maturity, they receivea
1/2-per cent bonus, raising the yield to 51/2 per cent from
Friday, February 12 SANDWICH LINE-Chlll Dogs. issue date to maturity.
BREAKFAST-Hot Boiled Buttered Grits SUPPER..Beef Rice Soup El Sgt. Cook. Series H Bonds new on sale also return 51/2 per cent when
Hard' Eggs Fried
Order French Toast Choice Eggs of to Noodles Rancho Stew, or Baked Hamburger & held to maturity of 10 years. They earn 4.49 per cent the first
Bologna Fish Fillet, Hash Brown Buttered Mixed Buttered Egg Noodles, year, 5.30 per cent for the next 4 years, and 6.00 per cent during
Potatoes, Iced Cinammon'Twists.DINNER.Muiligatawny Beets, Peach Pie.Tuesday Vegetables. Harvard the second 5 years; raising the rate to an average of 51/2 per
,Soup. cent for the 10-year period.Q. .
Boiled Spaghetti Italian Meat Sauce Selected What about my older E and II Bonds? Will they also pay
Pizza Pie, Garlic Toasted Bread ,February more, or should 1 cash them in and buy new Bonds
Buttered Asparagus, Mixed BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, A. Older E and H Bonds also have had their yields improved,
Vegetables, Blackberry. Pie. Chilled Tomato Juice Fried Eggs to so there would be no advantage in redeeming your present holdings -
SANDWICH LINE-Flsh Portion- Order; Griddle Cakes, Grilled Bacon Top AirmanJax to buy new Bonds. Here's how older Bonds are affected by
Sandwich. Slices, Minced Beef, Lyonnalse the higher rate-
SUPPER-Oyster Stew, Seafood Potatoes, Iced Lady Fingers.DINNERVegetable .
Platter of Fish Portions Scallops & Soup, Baked SERIES E BONDS
Breaded Shrimp, Scalloped t Macaroni Veal Loaf or Chill Con Carne, Cream -Sgt. William H. Cook has Outstanding Bonds that have not reached their first ma-
with Cheese, ,Tomato, &.B cbni Roast Onion Gravy, Steamed Rice, French been selected as 'Airman of the turity, will receive a 1/2-per cent increase in yield for semiannual -
Veal Loaf '
,
Buttered
Mixed Fried
Vegetables Glazed'Long: Johns. Buttered Potatoes Green, Peas Boiled,; Pumpkin Pinto Beans Pie., Month' for January 1971 at the interest periods beginning on or after June 1, 1970, pay-
SANDWICH LlHE Grllled 679th Radar Squadron here. able as a bonus at maturity. :
burgers and Cheeseburger- Him- C Outstanding Bonds that have reached first maturity-or
S.turdayFtbru.ry13BREAKFASTHot SU PPE R..Knlckerbocker Soup He was awarded the title on the extended beyond first maturity while the bonus is in effect
Oatmeal Hard Baked Virginia Ham, Pineapple merits of his outstanding job -will have the 1/2 per cent credited at the end of each semiannual -
Boiled Eggs Fried Eggs to Order Sauce, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, performance his military interest period beginning on or after June 1, 1970,
French Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choiceof Scalloped Potatoes, Southern Style through their next maturity. The bonus ia payable wheneverthe
Bacon, Luncheon Meat or Minute Greens, Buttered Broccoli Spears, bearing and behavior both on and Bonds are redeemed.
Steaks, Cottage Fried Potatoes*J Fruit Oatmeal Nut Cookies off duty, and his knowledge of
Filled Coffee Cake.BRUNCHFried. military subjects and current SERIES II BONDS

Breakfast Meat or Eggs Grilled Fo Hang Order. &, events. Outstanding Bonds that have been held for less than 5
Cook years will receive a 1/2-per cent increase in yield for semiannual
Cheese French Fried Potatoes, Sgt. arrived at the 679th I
Potato Chips Baked Beans,Assorted Wednesday, February 17 interest periods beginning on or after June 1. 1970 payable as
Doughnuts, Banana Cream Pie. BREAKFAST-Hot Wheat Cereal, Radar Squadron last Septemberand a bonus in the form of increased semiannual interest payments
SUPPER-Breaded Veal Cutlet Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to is presently assigned as a during the second 5 years to maturity.
Tomato Gravy, Oven Brown Potatoes Order Minced, French Beef, Hash Toast,Grilled Sausage, radar technician in the Search Bonds that have been held 5 years, or are extended while
Steamed Rice Hot Spiced Beets, Pecan Rolls. Brown Potatoes, Radar Section. the bonus is in effect, will receive a 1/2-per cent increase in
Green Peas 8. Celery, Strawberry DINNER-Beef Noodle Soup, yield for semiannual interest periods beginning on or after June
Cream Pie. Spanish Steak, Pan Gravy, Mashed The 27 year. old sergeant is 1, 1970. The bonus will be added to semiannual interest checks
Potatoes, Baked Potato with Sour from Pensacola, and currently through.next maturity.
Sund.yFebru.ry'. Cream, French Fried Cauliflower, resides in Jacksonville with his
BREAKFAST-Hot Grits, Chilled Buttered Mixed Vegetables, wife Sandra and their three
Orange Juice, Hard Boiled Eggs Pineapple Upside Down Cake.
Fried Eggs to Order, French Toast SANDWICH LINE-Slmmered children. ALL!
tacts TO
Griddle Cakes, Choice of Bacon, Hamor Frankfurterswlth Sauerkraut. His hobbies include football, WNO L S LEP
Pork Sausage, Hash Brown SUPPER-Cream of Potato Soup, basketball, boxing and building. .
Potatoes, Iced Horse Shoe Rolls. Fried Liver and Onions, Beef Sukiyaki
BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order or Onion Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
Breakfast Meat or Western Sandwich, Fried Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans, KEEP YOU DOLLARS NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES I1IIJj
French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Lime Jello with Whipped Cream, NEW A USED TV SETS1
Baked Beans, Iced Double Snails, AT NEW A USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES

Sugar Cookies. Thursday, February 11 NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
SUP PER..Pan Roast of Pork,
Brown Gravy & Mushrooms, Baked BREAKFAST-Hot Grits, Chilled s sf / AIR CONDITIONERS
Potatoes with Sour Cream, Buttered Grapefruit Juice, Hard Boiled Eggs, Hrk. *am. 7p.m. Come In A BrowteVEJ5COHNE1'
Broccoli & Applesauce, Scalloped Fried Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes, t. Vv' /
Tomatoes, Chocolate Cupcakes with Grilled Bacon Slices, Creamed CANe
U \ MRHITU Rl CO
Fudge Icing Chipped Beef, Home Fried Potatoes, ,
Streussel Coffee Cake. Si6KESCONNEtt a* i oniO'SfrNil
Rice ,
DINNER-Chicken Soup
Savory Baked Salmon Loaf, Chicken
Monday,February IS Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Hot Spiced
BREAKFAST-Hot Hominy Grits, Beets, Peas & Celery, Banana Cream
Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to
Order, French Toast Ham 'Slices, Pie.SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Hamburgers :: HyftftPLYMOUTH'S
Creamed Ground Beef, Hash Brown and Cheeseburgers. ;c
Potatoes, Glazed Doughnuts. SUPPER-Mlnestone Soup, Italian
DlNNER-Onlon Soup, Oyen Roastof Meat Sauce, Boiled Spaghetti, Pizza
Beef, Brown Gravy, Mashed Pie, Toasted Cuban Bread, Buttered & CHRYSLERS
Potatoes, Savory Bread, Dressing, Brussel Sprouts, Buttered Mixed
Creole Snap Beans, Club. Spinach, Vegetables, Orange Jello with

French Apple Pie. Whipped Topping. j BELOW DEALER'S COST!




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FOUR YEARS AND $10,000 [
ATI J. E. Williams of the AOMD ,,.-,
Avionics Shop shipped over Jan. WAR ACE RETIRES- Capt. Robert C. Coasts ComFalrJax' ,one
27 in the office of LCdr. R. A. of a handful of pilots to become a double. ace during World War II,
SHOULDERS. NEW BOARDS-LCdr.C. E.Smith,assistant offlctr. Goslin ((0 I), AOMD officer and having scored 12 enemy aircraft' is piped over the side by his fellow
I in charge of the Commissary Store Complex Office, has his new received variable Reenlistment officers*'*he ends 30 year Navy career. Capt. Coats became an ace I
shoulder boards. pinned. on by his wife Geraldine and LCdr. N. P. Bonus of $10,000 for adding four In one day and earned the Navy Cross after shooting down five enemy
Jensen,officer In charge, being promoted to his
rec.ntly_ ___un.__ upon present rank more years to his carter. planes. _.______dmdh_______



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REGULAR NAVY Navy Lt. P. B. Flandermeytr and his .-- '" ,..-- ------
wife Paula proudly show his document of augmentation Into the NAVY NURSE LCdr.V.Thompson receives new oak leaf pins from Capt. Marctlto Smith chief of
I regular Navy, presented to him at the Naval Hospital by Capt. C. W. Nursing Service, (I) and Cdr. L. E. Hall,assistant chief nurse,after being promoted to her present I
lewis,Hospital, commanding officer. rank by Capt.C.W. Lewis,Hospital commanding officer.


Open/or your convenience a.m.-JO p.m.

O PICK-UP A DELIVERY \ HONDA HAS DONE IT
D ROAD SERVICEO ( )
( MECHANIC ON DUTY
AGAIN WITH THEALLNEWATC90
0 AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS


BOB'S OAK HILL

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I4 Bugged ? 4
FIRST AWARD Marine Cpl.
tr Gary W. McBroom receives his
first Good Conduct Medal from
: 1:t, :, Lt. Col. L. E. Blanchard, MATSG
S S ...by. the !t\::.,i.i"',1Q: CO' Cpl. ,McBroom has been in
...
M.U' VjlrQj the Marine Corps 'since
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New THE ULTIMATE IN A WHEEL November W7.

DUNE BUGGY or BEACHCOMBERSee WASTE COSTS MOW,,,
it on display at
; 1040 HE"SASET.
'k '!:i.t- ,!HONDA & BMW of NORTH FLORIDA
i : \ :;123 PHILIPS ttWY.
Tax Form. \ ;. 398-4200 TAX
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en Ii eR'e1"i&iS Standing Boulevard

Let us do your Income Tax House of Quality FoodsEvery Cedar Hills Phone Shopping 771.9223 Center

Jeannette Crisp Every THURSDAY Night: FRIDAY Night is
FAMILY Y NIGHT

Bookkeeping Service SEAFOOD Chicken Your choice of&
"
INSTANT SERVICE PLATTER 99 ci; Dumplings 79


:' r "' _Or By Appointment orChopped Steak

: Phones: 771-1865 771.5953 LUNCH AM til 2PM ...end any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter

3823 BLANDING BLVD. (Across From Cedar Hills Theatre) DINNERS PM tile PM
Wt
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY ,'. .' ..... ., 1': \., .'.ti; ;.m', .,. ..: _:. 111 _;,' '.:', I!

Publisher CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


JAXAIRNEWS. :I Call 388-2755 Movie Schedule. j


NAS Jacksonville II Ads Should be l
mailed to arrive not later than .
LATWINGER ,I Ads Tuesday arriving for publication too late for the this fOllowing deadline Thursday.will be '.:: .: ,.m.a., .1. ::1' .' .BIBIHH: .m. .m.H'B" .ffl' ._B, 'BL.JHJHLJILJR-,' : : !

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE I, PUblisher published the fOllowing weer. unless the
Is instructed otherwise. A check or Thursday,February 11 outdoor adventure starring John
money order for the ful
cost of the ad must be Kim and Glen
received Wayne Darby
I WITH the copy for the ad. ,
NAS: 'DIRTY DINGUS Campbell. 'G' VG ((128 mins.)

4747 San Juan Avenue ..: RATE Minimum charge (lines) $j.00 MAGEE' Color western comedy HOSPITAL: 'DIRTY DINGUS

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) soc starring Frank Sinatra, George MAGEE'
; Kennedy and Anne Jackson. 'GP'G

-_-'-- (91 mins.)
00-- ----
I HOSPITAL: 'DOWNHILL Saturday,.February 13 .

FOR SALE RACER' Color drama starring
Antenna for Color TV, ft. approx. 100 FOR SALE.TRAILER
EMPLOYMENT., :>>/.. ft. of wire. Reasonable. Call 3899877. Convenience 8 Privacy, I gorgeous Robert Redford and Camilla NAS: 'PIECES OF DREAMS'
Mobile Home on huge fenced yard. Sparv. 'GP' E (102 mins.) Color drama starring Robert
LESLIE Bedroom 18x24 added on plus a back
SPEAKER-Model yd. workshop. Forster and Lauren Hutton. 'GP'G
PRIVATETUTORING 4 2153.Mo. old for Hammond Organ. 786 Geavener Equity Realtor or refinance.7251033. Friday,February 12 (100 mins)

Certified teacher, All Elementary

sublects, Specializing In Remedial DAY.NIGHT CLASSES GREAT LAKES 12x47 NAS: 'TRUE GRIT' Color HOSPITAL: 'TRUE GRIT'
Reading. 771-TV69.
Ministerial Training, Public Air cond., Utility shed. Fenced yd. 771-
Speaking, Radio 5521.
Announcing. Fur
IBM KEY PUNCH
niture Repair, Information,
Trainees Now NeededWe or MOBILE LIVING OFJACKSONVILLE
enrollment 420 E. Monroe, Jax, Fla. COMMAWOCR
need several ladles to begin Classes Azalea Mobile Home Park) '/. mile
training In this fantastic profession. now forming. A Christian north of NAS, lots and rentals. Near
Training School. 358-1770
Excellent salaries after short training schools and shopping center. Clean,
period. Training to be given part time and reasonable rates, Manager on
day or evenings. No experience FOR SALE premises. Children and pets wlecome. /qy ti
necessary. No age limit. Call 356-8301, Tappan Self-cleaning Range, All 6301 Roosevelt 384.6264.TRANSPORTATION.
JTI, deluxe features, $250. Phone 771.9630 'A
after 4:00.:

Temporary NO FEE ,.

Typists.-Secys, 199 BSA 441 cc Victor
Keypunch-Dictaphone Opers. Street or dirt, Only 500 miles. $100 &
ALL OFFICE SKILLS take over payments. 765-2341 after 5
START NOW IS VW SQUAREBACK r
We Pay Every Fridayat Heater,$520
ASTRO MOTORS
OLSTENTemporary REAL ESTATECASHI 6566 Normandy Boulevard
Services
603 Florida Nat'l Bank Bldg. MOTOR CYCLE STORAGE I
Call 358.1101 Inside, Clean 8. Dry. $500 Mo. Call
Mrs. Varnadoe 246.1615, :
SERVICE WIVES We buy equities : ;
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS Louise T. Bailey ..: ...Lu'RE
64 CHEVY CONVERTIBLELike
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or 771-3605 Broker
new,$840
1022 Park Street, 3547888.
ASTRO MOTORS

'HIDDEN WATERS' 6566 Normandy Boulevard MOD 1bQaYf
HELP WANTED M UU flftPiflUUfl IH A GiaoQ
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots
Female, Part time. Beauty Advisor, available. Excellent!! fishing, boating, CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS
Hrs. flexible, no experience nec. For swimming. Mobile Home area. Also FORD WAGON
Appt. phone 771.1987 after 5:30 permanent home area. High, wooded V.8,AT,AC, $825
lots. E-Z ]erms. One mile E. Lake 66 CHEVY WAGONAT
Asbury on No. 209. LaRoe 7253992. PS, PB, Accepts Bids As is.6S .
PART-TIME JANITORIAL HELP PONTIAC GTO WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
Evening 530930.: Call 264-3078. 2-Dr. Hardtop, Stand, Trans. on the
DOCTORS LAKE floor. $525

HOUSE PAINTING INTERIOR Beautiful 3 BR., 3 B., Solid brick 69 FOR MUSTANG INC.
Exterior. Also washing. Reasonable Waterfront$47,000, FHA. Cent. Heat & New Eng. Vinyl lOp New paint &
!
prices. Call 264-5827 or 264 8727. Air, 2 car gar., w-w carpets; drapes, tires. $1995
deep shady lot,dockLAURENCE CHEVY DELUXE SELLING USED CARS

JONES, Sta. WagonAT.PS, PB, V-8, $1495
REALTOR 388-5465

MISCELLANEOUSINCOME FOR SALE BY OWNER Call or A.Ron Madison Rohrer 100 % GUARANTEE

5 min. to NAS. Charming 2 BR., Ext. 2431 or 387.5622
Paneled Den, Lg Kitch., Lg. Bath, WE FINANCE
TAX Separate Din. Rm. Fenced yard,
Returns prepared by appointment Patio, 1 blk from playground, Elem. 64 FORD
evenings and weekends. G. H. Young, School, Shopping cent. Bus Line. 4357 V-8,Auto trans., R&H,$390ASTROMOTORS 67 Grand Prix H650
LCdr.,SC, USN (Ret.), Phone355-7460 Tlmuquana Rd. 389.2650BY
after 6:30: p.m. 6566 Normandy Boulevard Loaded! Gleaming Gold with white vinyl top.

MAL PRACTICE INSURANCEfor Oak Hill Park, 3 OWNER BR., 2B, Cent. H., SS93 67 CHEVY IMPALA 66 Pontiac 'Executive' 1050
Navy Doctors. '/ mo. 771 8874.
$740ASTROMOTORS
Door Loaded
Hardtop
MUTUAL FUND Factory air, Auto. trans., Power steering, and brakes, R&H
Phone A. C.Merrill, WWT.
6566 Normandy BoulevardClassified
786.0301 or 398-5341
RENTALS 68 Pontiac LeMans 2095
'';',.
PRIVATE PIANO TEACHER Ads V-8, Factory air, PS, PB, Vinyl top, R&H, WWT.

Close to Ortega School, Venetla.Lake UNFURN. APTS. 69 VW Sedan M795

Shore and Flshwler. 3897622. 1,2 & 3 BR., some with Cent. Heat & Air
Conditioned
Work Wonders R&H
Air, w-w Carpet. All utilities paid
telephone. 3B8 8817 or 388.5472.
except
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS For You 69 VW Sedan 1650
Guitars Drums Discount
Repairs.
Radio and Heater.
OR RENT
SALE
FOR
Prices. Music Service. 233 6th Ave.
No. Jax Beach. Across from. A&P. 'RECEIVED ORDERS. cash for your ppSPHONE M525M450
Open Sundays. equity or let us rent your home. wAat 618efVgWhSedan
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for
or sales and rental list. Call
map
SILVERTONE CONSOLE TV Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264.2411. 68 VW Sedan .

Good condition, $SO. 771-0946 or ORANGE PARK REALTY Radio and Heater.
Contact Chief Christensen VA203. MILITARY FREE NOTARY '

SEA RADIO OR ORANGE PARK 67 VW Sedan 1250

TV ANNOUNCER 2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish Radio and Heater
washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth
Recorded tells message you h_w.by Call leading any hour.announcer Apts., 771.1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. 67 VW '311' Fastback 1495

355.2944. Radio &V Heater.

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS ,,2 Br., LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., 69 VW Squareback 1995
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off
players. At dealers cost to liquidate street. Water, Garbage & Sewage Automatic Transmission, One Owner, 20,000 miles
stock. Full warranty I Phone 7710409. Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (plus
taxi 387.2541. Weekends 389.0744.
388.2755 *
T.V. RENTALSG.E. 69 VW Squareback 2295M895

,19 In. Port. Special monthly & FURN. APTS. Auto. trans., Air conditioned, R&H.
weekly rates. Air Base Pawn Shop. 1 & 2 BR. Cent. Heat & Air, W-W
(Just outside Main Gate NAS) 388- Carpet. All utilities paid. except 68 VW Squareback
3481 telephone. 388.8817 or 388 5472.

4-speed, radio and heater, air
r
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH I\
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Wilford's Fish Camp 2649707.
MOBILE HOMESmtARTCRAFTMOBILEHOME )

GEORGE'S KENNELSEst.
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN ,
Pick up & Delivery Available. DEER SPRINGS ESTATES

Grooming" Defining & Bathing. 12 x 70, 3 BR, IV'* Bath, A-l Cond.,
Maste, charge & BankAmerlcard Financed with NAS Credit Union. Keystone HeightsBy
5085 INC.
accepted Visitors welcome.
of $89.38 mo.
payments
Take over
Edgewood Crt. 389 0064.HEAT&AC. ,
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Located In Lake City. Phone 1 752 AppointmentClyde

0658. W.Simpson i Co. 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511

We repair and service space heaters, JUSTISTRAILERPARK 3 6849 Open Daily 8 to 8:30: Saturday 8 to J
wall furn., heat pumps, Cent. furn., REALTOR
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,\ "I -- >fOel_ a.:4: i y'' rr fl flI flk ; Seabees Support Self Help. I II IJax

k .1' -

I This year> as the entire Already the NAS Seabees have provements to take place here as
I Navy witnesses the speeding completed action on many of the part of the Self Help Program is
arrival of a 'new look' in all above goals in addition to several the renovation of Galley One.
departments, personnel at NAS others unique to this station. Station Seabees, working with
I'I Jacksonville can watch visible Under the direction of Lt. (Jg) D. civilian constructionmen, have
changes take place around the air L. Baumgartner (Civil Engineer transformed the once dreary
i: station as Seabee Unit 410 forges Corps), the 34 Seabees of recently galley Into a bright, attractive
I, }1 ahead with the local Self Help commissioned CBU 410 are dining hall with a spacious and
<, Program. literally 'tearing down the old to comfortable atmosphere.In .
.! make room for the new,' as may another example of Self
Shore Improvements be evidenced by the barren site Help, the Seabees remodeled and
\, Designed with the objective of where Buildings 954 and 955 once painted Building 13 at the Main
Gate to provide a more efficient
retention by im stood. across from the Main
proving promoting working and living Exchange. The unit is now using and conveniently located Family
Services Housfng Referral
conditions, the Self Help their equipment to clear and level
Office. By being more con-
the the areas in preparation for a
has provided Navy
k Program spicuously situated, the office is
with an inexpensive source of new parking lot which will be

morale and cooperation. The poured by a civilian company. (Continued on Next Page)
1 program's foundation was set by One ol the mat radical Im

Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt soon "" \ "
after he assumed the post of Chiefof ., v ,'. ,
,
'
:,
; :r ""
Naval Operations when he "
'? '!", .
announced 'The problem to "' .
1 i : ,;,. ,
___ which I intend to devote my ," .
greatest attention in the per- /A
sonnel field is to ensure that .
n everything that can be done at no
4nw cost is done,and to ensure that all
those things that are important to
do at cost are done, even at the
rv
I expense and loss of ships.' Inw ?

Shortly after making that
statement, the CNO issued an
'
III. 'WIIrA OpNav Instruction outlining the !s
goals of Self Help. In it he lists the I I
\ following items as primary
targets for shore base improvement -
:' living areas, tem
porary lodgings, garages and on-

'---:..-) base parking areas, trailer
.... parks, locker clubs, recreation
clubs, and welfare facilities. __ II ,'nr'II'litIw un
IN THE BEGINNING Seabees took on the task of tearing down'
II- Buildings 954and5Saboveut( )| two months ago,and are now finished I
"' I sue'Toll I ,and clearing the ground (below) for a new parking lot to accommodate
GALLEY RENOVATION SkllM members of CBU 410 apply vehicles of Exchange and Disoensarv clientele...
finishing touches to the Indoor decorations at Galley One. The dining p -
hall Is one of many Self Help Improvements which the unit has helped "", Ii '
Install aboard this station.
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I Air Station Displays Results; jN I IT


now better able to give station
Help function of CBU
newcomers the advice, suppliesand provide construction and 410 is to 410 are not limited to NAS and
information they need when of a habitability nature. 'The repairs tenant commands. AU activities FiliI: !
first settling into the local may not be commissioned unit to under the cognizance of Com- ,
community. undertake FairJax are eligible to receive {
jobs which
to require the unit's assistance, and do I
According Lt. (jg) recurring maintenance,' he said. may
so by
Baumgartner, the primary Self submitting a Self Help
However, the services of CBU request to the commanding of- fAq1tp
ficer of NAS. ,
__
t
The same policy applies for

departments and divisions that _____
would like to install a few im- I'Uc-
provements on their work
surroundings. Here another ,J
aspect of Self] Help formally
known as the Assistance
Program Ashore comes into
view A department manned by
3A non-construction rate personnelcan ...... f'll"

fi with proper instruction, use UNIT FORMATION In a formal commissioning last
its own staff to get the job done. ceremony
month, members
of the former Public Works Seabee Division were
Tasks of this type may be ac- organized into Construction Battalion Unit 410 In cooperation with the
complished by turning to the Chief of Naval Operations' Assistance Program Ashore.9ALJJ.
Seabees for technical advice and
professional know how. By
submitting a Self] Help request,
departments can obtain Construction
Batallion members to
supervise and assist as their own
personnel perform the repairs.

Next month the Seabees and
the*Navy Civil Engineer Corps
will commemorate their 29th and

-. -----...;.. ". ........_"" -_._ ;::::a 104th anniversaries, respectively -
The date will mark
RAPID PROGRESS Ont of the first nil Help protects demonstrated another milestone in the path of
by CBU 410 is the construction of a new, much needed Seabee the construction group whose
station headquarters. Seven days after the photo below was taken of 'can do' spirit has supplied the
Lt.g(| ) Baumgartner and CBU 410 members checking the building's Navy with an ever expanding
footing distance walls were up and windows were in,and the rpof was variety of mechanical support at
being applied (above). The unit Is due to move into their new office home. and overseas and in
this week. peacetime as well as in war.

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Chainpus.Helps:




Pay Medical Bills .


by Cpl.Cece Malcolm

(Editor's Note: Following It the conclusion of a two-part article
reprinted by permission' from the January 1971 edition of 'Leather-

neck' Magazine.)
Ma e
It Is general knowledge that
active duty military and their with an attached receipt
r Most civilian sources of
dependents are required to use
1\ the facilities and services of medical care or institutional care
a military medical centers when will have the proper forms on
they are available, but, here Is hand for submitting a claim to
what to do if these services are CIIAMPUS and they will usuallybe
Ih_ not available: 'able to answer questions you
Except in the case of may have.

.4 emergencies, those who use There are certain things you

'..,,-- civilian medial facilities are should know and remember when
.. required to obtain a submitting a claim. When outpatient
'Nonavailability' statement. This care for a patient is
ki rule does not apply to dependentsof directly related to a condition for

te active-duty personnel, residing which a person is hospitalized, as
t apart from their sponsors, when in the case of pregnancy or
M h applying for hospitalization in complications of pregnancy, this
i civilian hospitals in the United treatment will be considered
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States or Puerto Rico. These
THREE ADD ROCKER Staff Sergeants William M. Adfcins, Forrest M. Pufftftberger and Edward inpatient care when computingthe
the SNCO ranks last when received from Lt. statements, which are used only patient's share of the cost of
C. Duggan (I Ito r) joined Tuesday they promotions for the immediate needs of the
Col. L. E, Blanchard, MATSG CO. SSgt. Adkins Is an AE 'B"School graduate. SSgt. Puffenbergerworks issued medical treatment
to
In AE 'A' School Support,and SSgt. Duggan Is an AO'B' School student. patient uniformed, are services dependentsat facilities This is also true for treatmentof
other conditions where outpatient
when the needed impatient care care is authorized by the
President Increases GI Loan BenefitsPresident
cannot be obtained there or at a attending physician and takes

Nixon has signed into have served 181 days of active who have been listed for more These nearby statements military installation.also be place within 30 days before and
law new education benefits for duty rather than two years as than 90 days as missing in action, issued may basis to 120 days after the period of
wives and children of prisoners of was previously required.The captured, or 'forcibly detained or on a retroactive hospitalization. This does not
war, and fox servicemen who new benefits became ef interned in'the line of duty by a cover civilian care when already it is include drugs prescribed by 'a
fective last Dec. 24, according to foreign government or power, begun, or completed, physician but purchased by the
determined that the could
r-----------, Odell W. Vaughn, director of the are eligible for educational patient patient at a civilian pharmacy.
: PNONI 1I..n not have obtained care in a
I II St. Petersburg Veterans Administration benefits.
I Regional Office. For apprenticeship and on military facility Submitting Receipts

1 The reduction in the active duty the job training courses under Since ID Cards Needed in Itemized bills or receipts
requirement to 181 days also the GI Bill, servicemen are participation all submitted with a claim must
applies to the eligibility of servicemen required to take 120 hours of CHAMPUS is voluntary, not contain the patient's name
I civilian medical ,
124.1X91 KINO 91 Ia for GI loan guarantee training per month to receive full sources of care diagnosis of his condition, the
JACKSONVILLE FLA, 3XSO4WANTED benefits, Vaughn said. This training allowance, and a lesser are members. If possible, you types and dates of services
1U should choose a source of care
broadened makes it number of hours
eligibility result in a provided and the charges. Drug
U I possible for men and women to proportionate reduction in the that has agreed to pariticipate in receipts must show the name of
should have in
CHAMPUS. You
their GI Bill benefits allowance.Full .
use sooner
the patient the of the
name
: USED CAMERAS AND : identificationcard
while still in service your possession an
military time training, Vaughn pharmacy, the prescription
EQUIPMENT. WE PAY issued nearest
by your
I Vaughn explained. explained.jcontemplates a. work
I numberthe date the prescriptionwas
1 TOP DOLLAR 388.8535 Under the new law, the wives week of at'least( 30 hours 1mless military facility, for the purpose filled and the amount
BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! and children of those members of collective bargaining has of obtaining CHAMPUS benefits.
charged. If the
is
IIrrrrrrrrrrrd prescription for
This card must be presented to
the Armed Forces on active duty established a lesser standard. the physician or hospital whose insulin, a prescription number is

services you use*. not required,but the receipt must
As costs arise, the patient is specify that it is for insulin.
rquired to pay his share of each Another important thing to
remember is that when the
charge and the source of care
which he uses will submit appropriate military status of your sponsor
(CHAMPUS) claim changes, it may affect the type of
forms to CHAMPUS for payment CHAMPUS benefits for which
of the remainder of the bill. you are eligible.

If you pay the bill in cash priorto Use Your BenefitsAs
applying for CHAMPUS
benefits, you may still be stated, only about 10 percentof
reimbursed for all but your shareof those eligible for CHAMPUS
the bill by submitting a receiptfor benefits are currently taking partin
a paid bill to the nearest the program. However, last
CHAMPUS office.NonParticipant. year, more than $250 million was,
BillsIf paid in benefits.

the source of medical care This program is especially
you use does not participate in valuable to military, personnelwho
CHAMPUS still have a have
,.. you may seriously handicapped
aDeeuM.MM. portion of your bills reimbursedby dependents, because care for
submitting an itemized unpaidbill these patients can be extremely
or receipt for'a' paid bill 'to high. If you think you are eligible
..to Normandy Bank CHAMPUS. Often, you will find for benefits under this program,
: that if you choose a source of care talk with the medical officer at
for the GREEN LIGHT that does not participate in the your nearest military medical
program,you will have to pay the facility. CHAMPUS was
on your new bill in full yourself and then organized for your benefit Useit
submit a claim to CHAMPUS !

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Chief McGrady Ends Career I


" ..,'.,, dtM Jax-A Navy career that ville upon his-retirement. Liberation Medal, American
\ "it." spanned three decades came to a During his career, he earned Campaign Medal,WW n Victory I
: F close Feb. 1 when Chief Aviation the Good Conduct Medal (eighth Medal and Korean Service
Machinist's Mate David C. award), the Philippine Medal
McGrady retired during
ceremonies here.
The retiring chief and his wife
were honored by Capt. John R.
Klncald, station commanding
officer, before the chief walked
through a contingent of sldeboys,
bringing his career to a close.
In a fetter to the chief, Capt.
Kincaid wrote, 'On behalf of the
officers and men of Naval Air
/ Station,Jacksonville, I extend to

"" ?, -.._...vr..voM HmimM.. .. .. you best wishes for succes in all
Wll M*A Mt Bw4iap of
future endeavors.
your My
ZD HonormanClarence personal congratulations are also
added for a job mil Done

E. Engle, an airframes worker at the Rework Facility, Chief McGrady's duty
receives a citation of excellence for his defect free work in producing assignments carried him to a
election seat components at the facility. Capt. D.H. Heile made the number of commands and duty
presentation after Engle was selected for his continuing support of the stations over his 30 years of naval
facility's Zero Defects Program. service. L .
Among his duty stations were
Safety Minded? the Naval Air Stations,
Jacksonville; Miami; Sand _
How Much Are You Worth ? Point, Wash.; Miramar; John-
sville; Sanford, Alameda; and

Jax-When we ask, 'How much are your worth'we are not being Agana He had, Guam.been serving at the Chief'McGrady accepts retirement certificate from Capt. Klncald
nosy about your finances or what you have laid away for a rainy day. Recruiting Station in Jackson- while Mrs. McGrady smiles approval. I
You can also answer that question by the amount of safety you put into
your work.
You can't measure the real value of a person by the size of his
bankroll.The real value of a person is what a person is actually worth
to himself,to his family and to society in general.The value you place
upon yourself is probably the most important value of all.
You 'can get a pretty good idea of the value a person places on
himself just by watching him work. If he works safely, you know
immediately that he thinks that he is worth taking care of. If he does ?
network safely,you can only draw the conclusion that he doesn't think
enough of himself to protect himself from needless injury or death. A ; ;
man's work habits reveal the value he places on himself.We ,
don't mean to imply that the unsafe worker has no value or is no
good. It is simply that the unsafe worker has not learned his own :
value. Sometimes workers who don't place the right value on themselves
can learn what they are really worth by listening to advice from
other people and by watching how other people take care of them
selves.
Sometimes these unsafe workers learn their real value by a close
call which'shakes them up'and makes them think a little bit about the
consequences of a serious injury, And, then, of course, some unsafe : -IAJ
workers learn their real value by suffering the consequences of an
injury. But, this is an expensive price to pay for the lesson learned. .
You should not have to lose an eye to learn the value of an eye. You _
should not have to lose a hand to learn the value of a hand.Nor should
you have to lose a life to learn the value of living.
Put value where value is due-on yourself-and on your life. You, : Jgr
yourself, determine 'how much are you worth. j

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'. : Eagles Gain Two Game Edge ;



Foxes Win 13th Straight TiltJax



-VP-16's Eagles moved two games in front of second place Hospital in this ?'
week's American League intramural basketball action, while the VP 5 Mad

Foxes found 13 to be Just another game as they picked up their 13th straight win

on the campaign without a loss.In .


1ft. '.,-. ...,. VW games. 4 69.this FICEUR week: 54: The VW-4 60, 7tth 3S: Bill Heath Don Anderson added 25 in the
.. ,. win. NATTC's Chuck Jenkins led
Hunters managed a one point, 28- sparked the Hunter contingentwith
1 ..l './"...; .. 27, lead at the intermission while 20 as the squad maintained the training center's effort with
.l their defense was flying its second place standing in the 24.
:j : reconaissance on FICEUR's National loops. Hospital,NARTU 50): Rester
attack. Bill Heath warmed up Aircraft Maintenance 64, Bryan hit for 22 and Lynn Kelin
and ripped the nets for 30 points NATTC 54: Ralph Tisdale added 18 In leading Hospital to
and John Rohde contributed 24 to taunted the NATTC defense for 32 their 7th win of the season. Glenn

..... lead the Hunter's attack. Will points leading the winners. Bill Abbott was top shot for NARTU
Martin chipped In 20 for the intelligence Dixon added.16. Top NATTC gun with 16.
unit, while teammate for the night was Chuck Jenkins
VP 18 82. FlapJax 42: Ver-
Chuck Pearson eased into the with 25.Bee's.
dieman Smith 25 points
double figures with 10. 54, FICEUR 38: John rang up
and Pat Williams came through
NATTC 58, MATSG 39: Bobby Wasson wacked away for 17
Kissler Chuck Jenkins and markers in leading the win for with 21 as the Eagles flipped the
DRIVING THROUGH-StabM's Tom Palmer files by Gerald Green Wilbur Dillmore led the training the third place Bee's. The, loss FlapJax.
of the 479th Radar squadron during Tuesday night Intramural tilt.The unit's attack as they combined gives FICEUR a 4 6 season MARTD 52. Admin 53: Tony
I
8"', went on to win game, 5040.VP45 efforts for 42 points. Ed Nix hit mark. Boyer hit for 20, Steve Carpenter

Wins Grid Title for 14 for the Marines. VP 5 91,NATTC 55: Al Breaux added 18, and Marv Franklin
Sigonella VP 5 72, Bee's 37; The Foxes climbed out of a P.long enoughto helped the cause with 14 as the
eased off to a 20 : 10 first half drop in 31 points for the Foxes. Marine unit surprised Admin.
SIGONELLA Sicily-VP 45, both first and second' place lead,before soaring off on attackto
currently on deployment here honors in the Sigonella Intramural gain the final margin. Don
from Jacksonville, has taken football league. Anderson led the Foxes with 18,
The squadron's Ground and Jeff Campbell contributed 14.
Pounders carried away the first John Vogy was top shot for the! 6
place trophy in the flag league. Bee's with 14.MedJcal71. M
ODDSn'INS PNI M. L. Jones and ABHl C. 0. MARTD 68: Tied -
Davis, team coaches, accepted 32.32 at the half,MARTD battledto
the trophy from the facility's take the lead before fading in
...the IN I place for
officer R. W
commanding Capt the closing minutes.Byron Krom
ACCESSORIESNORMANDY I Jackson. laced the bucket for 25 markers,
MALL 'Z Accepting the intramural and Randy James added 23. ,
Normandy Boulevard ,; league's second place trophy for Marv Franklin pumped for 21 for 1 A ? }
Vivian Brownlee,Owner VP 45's Zoomies team were the Marines, while: Tony Boyer
coaches W. E. Badley and M. L. shot for 18 in a supporting role. I I I'MI
WinterClearance .,. Peeples. The Zoomies' Troy Marine Barracks 75, Com
Hammons were also named as munications 49: Harrison
.. the league's most Valuable Austin's 21-pdnt performance
Sale Player. spearheaded the Marine assault
Not to be outdone, the Poun- as the Barracks contingent built
SAVE to 30%! der's PN2 J. E. Jackson was up a 37.25 bulge at the hall Tom, $ vw iyey PONT PPHKAW ABOUT t ATiNG 140T po&f"
up named Sailor of the Month for the Chapman hitfor 18 for the Com

squadron, although his selectionwas Squad.Air .
Wigs*JewelryHatsr not based on his gridiron Operations 46, FlapJax 42:
ScarvesLeather ability, he was named Sailor of Tom Ferguson scored 15 markersto in A no
the Month at the sports lead the win for Air Ops Jim
presentation. Goodloe hit for 15 for the Flaps. MILITARYAUTOMOBILEIII "

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How They'reStanding "., "t" Julian's 229
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.. .t. 1. Who kicked the longest >field
Century HonorJax goal in the history of the
NFL on Nov. 8, 1970 .
2. What pitchers were the Cy
Julian of the Aircraft Young Award winners in

Basketball ',;,)'':. Maintenance squad earned 1970 T
'; himself a spot in the American 3. Who was Cy Young .
"/4 : Bowling Congress' Century Club 4. May points ever be awardedas
3.
American League ." {: \ while bowling in Naval Air: a result of a penalty In
10-2 .883 football?
VP-16 'I"f
Medical 8-2 .800 r. ..to \\ Technical Training Center league 5. What Is now the oldest ma-
; : : play last week.
Hospital 7-3 .700 jor league baseball park
Julian, who normally carriersa 6. Who was the last rookie to
Admin 6-3 .667 128 average, rolled a 229 to earn lead a professional football
AirOps 6-5 .545 team in passing?
the recognition.He'll also receivea
MARTD 5-5 .500 'Red Crown' plaque from the 7. What major league teams
MarBar 5-5 .500 Brunswick Bowling Company for play in ?arenas called "TheForum"
NARTU 3-7 .300
bowling a game 100 pins above 8. What hurler pitched the
2-8 .200
Comm : his average. most years in the irajor
FlapJax 0-11 He'll receive the award duringthe leagues?

.. league's awards banquet next
Natthtal League =: -. ...... month. Meanwhile, it was Answers
VP-5 13-0) 1000 '- reported that other league
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VW-4 8-1 .889 bowlers have started a rumor pus 'pa1lual: 'uo;!ulqn.M.q11A .
Bee's 6-4 .600 ...... ....,,;:..........,.;::;. J _/ about Julian being a 'sand- \ uva( &Z 'uUM 1aeR[ '8
A-C Maint 5-4 .556 ..- ....... -:f"'-- .
-- -- bagger. 'suapu3| : l'U1tUON .
FICEUR 4-6 .400 Julian also topped the league's eq; Pun 82ujx pus '.Ia'lrJ
A-203 3-6' .333 PRACTICE RUN A tall boat sklpptrgttsln a practice run on the individual(statistics for the week, i32uy >10'} eq} 'aaaqj, 'L
., St. Johns in preparation for Sunday's Frost Bite Regatta.
679th .300
3-7" earning high scratch honors with '6961 'r(1I(
NATTC 2-8 .200 his 229, and high handicap with a -uag ))*uupu3!: ''100:) 39.19 '9pasop
MATSG 0-8 Regatta Set for Sunday 277. Earl Chase put together MOU aav qjog '6061

I --J scores of 215, 204, and 209 to earn uj pauado 9J3M. qJ.lnqlnJd
VolleyballNARTU high series scratch and handicap .a! Pl M! "qjoj pus wjqdap'Hid [
13-2 .867 Jax The Navy Jacksonville later. honors. ul wnipus V'W ela!
Sailing Club will hold its Second Pram races will be in Mulberry : uj pauado qaiq*
FICEUR 11-3 .786 It also announced by the 2v31W6u1
was
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Annual Frost Bite Regatta Cove,and the cruiser race will be 'O 3n j xog 9JIHM, 51
MARTO 11-5 .688 league, that Feb. 16 is the last
Sunday at the station's marina. between the Buckman Bridge UlVa) 0AJSU3J3D
MATSG 10-6 .625 date team captains can add to
and the Fuller Warren Bridge, aq;' o} papnM.1I oas
.500 Regatta Chairman Bob Magee their team rosters. .
VA-203 8-8
8;ulod om; 'aun Isoll aM.O
according to Magee. All other
.467 said Monday that the regatta is NATTC no v
VP-5 7-8 Bowling Standing HI pujqaq { ; slwwo3
classes will be between air
the.
Medical 5-11 .313 open to sail boats of all classes Busch Swacked 53 23.697 meal OAjsuajo uv n i '53A -P
station and Buckman Bridge.
FAETU 1-13 .133 and Sunday's registration will Salt&Pepper 52 24.684 '1161o
will be able to
MarBar 1.13 .071 begin at 7:30: a.m. Spectators enjoya AE'B'Schools 47H 28Vt .625 0681 moil saws 2 iig
the
vantage view from area
aohll 'sanJivai jofviu ul|
A skippers' 'meeting will be Untouchables 45 31.592
between the marina and the .tau .Iaq31Jd ;nJuluuJA\;
Buy U.S.Savings Bonds held at 9 a.m., and the first race Pirates Cove., Village Lounge 40 38.528 IBM.BUJMJ. BunoA ( ) ;. ao}uaa "8
(cruisers) will begin an hour The Bombers 36/i 39Vi 480 oq; 10 ..tuad wit put
A-C MalDt. 34 42.447 flupj] owl ;o uosqjo qog '%
Kit? Wvff. POUAKS AT Reverse Bias 'spaLC
33 43.434
.. ..... .. ... .. ........ Little League Seeks NoMEMi Rounds 99 t" sIoD: alt JO JUq31q>>tfiaQ
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Officers ((51 ) 45.408 ; .lq play pioaaj ;
'6UY AMeRICAN!! garnet 31 -aid 'sP1I.t t9 I1UJ"S snojA.'I
Team ManagersJax AE'A'Instructors 27% 481f. .361 .10 A\aN '.lasdwaa
c5tlauan'I0J Murray's Tavern 25% 50Vt.315

Military or civilian

personnel interested in managinga ) I,.
little league baseball team in

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League this spring have been
urged to attend a meeting at the Why do see W :
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Yorktown Allegheny and Birmingham.Road between so many of these A.; .

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!p: OFFICERS As Of December 31 1970Chairman
B. J. WAIJUCB' ,
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O R. Poem JR. RESOURCES 1970 1969 '
'Y! President Cash
.'I,.' H. W. Niwiwa On Hand and Due from Banks __.. $ 2,139,973.51 $ 1,809,280.73 '
I ;, VicePmidentK.L.NICLD Items h Process of Collection 94,281.89 2,3"6.89
1 kf. Total Cash 2,234,255.40 1,811,627.62
\' ,Investment Securities, ___________ "
s.. Vic-Pr"ldm' U. S. Government Obligation ... 3,153,430.33 3,351,324.47 .;
,;,' ROBOT I*. Lams Obligations of States and Political Subdivisions 1,672,911.91 1,312,819.60
j CaiMer Federal Agencies; and Other Securities 1,103,298.40 t 400,000.00
'.t A. JIAM McLANCAubtant Lot rut
Vice-Prwident Commercial and Industrial 2,033,046.83 2,356,527.71
Installment Loans 4,787,823.05 3,979,949.56
; W ROBOT Hun Real Estate 1,175,320.30 918,28576
: Aubtant Viet Preiident Other .
.t 1,883,541.19Total 1.851,162.8i. 1
R. NOLAN leans S 9,879,731.37 $ 9,105,92551
i. AststantCashter Federal Funds Sold 500,00000: O-
: DAVID W. DICKINSON Bank Premises, Furniture & Fixtures (Net) 590,341.65 487,513.30
jf' I Ati btanl Cashier Other Real Estate 14,181.75.0. ;
ti \, Customers Liability-Letters of Credit and Acceptances .0150,237.21- 17,000.00 ....
,'I Income Earned but nat Collected 142,450,45Other
DIRICTOR3Loima
Resources 32,222.24 34.621.40

11 BUTCH Total Jttsourcet $19,330,610,26 _16663282.35_________
Vtee-Pmident,Wlft"-DIzif Store,IM.JAIUI LIABILITIES

A. OANTORDJacIuoiivilU Deposltii
,Florida Demandi
I RALTH W. llorr Individual, Partnerships and Corporations $ 7,311,499.32 $ 6,644,64866
United States Government .,, 238,095.47
;W\;; Yke-President,Hoyt High Fidelity, Center,JM. Banks 21,741.39 195,17497 5,79559
;s : Hun R. J AMY Certified and Officers' Checks, eta 104,844.61 132,157.36
A'.' ,,,t'' PrtHdent,Harry X.Jamtt,Inc. Time end Savings ._...... 9,682,062.23Letters 7938932.10
,,'if Q. R. poi u. Ji.Prwident Total Depesltt 17358243.02) $14,916,70868
3:' }"j ,Wttiid Atlantic Bank of Credit and Acceptances -0- 17,000.00 :'
; Income Collected but not Earned 439,686.88 357,902.78 :
JOHN H. RoousPmidmt
Ii 1 Rcgtrt,Miller Co. Reserves for Taxes end Interest __ 1 156,209.68 160,727..48 .
/ Other liabilities/ 13.679.5.0$15,452,33894- i ,
,6'W B. TownsAttorney Total Liabilities 117,967,819.03 ;
I at Lam Reserve for Losses on Loans ... .- 155,109.35 138,489.93 .
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j B. J. WAIJUEI outstanding: 40,000 400000.00 400,000.00hritvkaPrutdentm.AtiantieNoionalBank
1" Surplut 700000.00 600,000.00
/acfciontilU Undivided Profits '-' 107,681.88 72,45343
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