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VOL. 28 NO. 47 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA FEBRUARY 25, 1971 ;




Foxes to Leave for SpainJax II


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Well, it's that time of the The executive officer this yearis operating against the formidable placed on perfecting the
+ year again. Just as surely as the Cdr. Harry A. Hoover, who, soviet forces in the squadron's operational posture. 1
b s VI swallows return to Capistrano, although new to VP 5, has been Mediterranean a challenge It will take hard work to over !'
the 'Mad Foxes' of Patrol active in patrol squadron flyingfor Patrol Five looks forward to. come the viscissitudes Inherent (
Squadron Five will return to the more than 14 years. There will be plenty of fun and in hunting submarines; nevertheless t
Mediterranean.This Combining this kind of ex adventure available in exploringthe ,when Cdr.Barker and his >
spring, the fox and his perience at the helm with fascinations of European 'Mad Foxes' arrive in Rota, they \
ominous hammer will be a capabilities of the flight crews culture; but the deployment will will take with them their \
.4.4 familiar sight in Rota Spain, as and their P3A 'Orion' aircraft by no means be a vacation, as characteristic 'can do' spirit and
the squadron spends its annual makes the opportunity of paramount importance will be handle the task with efficiency
deployment period there, with
units also rotating through Lajes, -

in the Azore. Mad Fox Fireman Cited
This isn't the first time VP 5,
normally homeported in
Jacksonville, has been in Rota ,
f 9, the last deployment there was in; Jax-ATN2 Neal Adams of Patrol Squadron Five and a volunteer fireman for \

: I r the fall of 1968, and it was an Engine 23 of the Jacksonville Fire Division, has been recommended by his

, ,: ;,t3/ auspicious and profitable one, _commanding. officer for. the nation's highest non-combat award for heroism.
v4t with the squadron receiving an His squadron has submitted a
'E' for excellence in antisubmarine recommendation to Washington revived and taken to the hospital,
- warfare, the Chief of officials that he be awarded the where she recovered.
t Naval Operations Safety Award, Navy-Marine Corps Medal for According to the report sub-
tr.. and the Isbell Trophy for top saving the life of a woman mitted to VP-5 from the fire 7IA
,\.,: r Atlantic Coast patrol squadron.That trapped in a burning apartment department, Adams was directly
was, to be sure, a vintage building, based on a report from responsible for her survival.
year, but there's no reason to fellow firemen who witnessed his When it does not conflict with
f suspect that 1971 will not go as heroism. the demands of his squadron job,
well, as the 'Foxes' begin the Petty Officer Adams, a ground Adams makes himself availablefor
deployment with, over 79,000 crewman who devotes all his fire fighting around the clock.
ry accident free flight hours. spare time to fire fighting,was on The 23-year-old Navyman from A
Commanding VP 5 for this the engine that sped to the scene New York was a fireman for six
year's deployment will be 'Top when fire broke out in the years with the Yonkers Fire
Fox' Cdr. George ,D. Barker, Timuquana Village Apartmentson Auxiliary before he enlisted.
commanding officer since Jan. 15 the morning of January 20. ATN2 Adams has been tem-
'Mt. ; and:A veteran of more than IS Although all occupants were porarily assigned from VP-5 to -
\:. years antisubmarine'warCare believed to have been evacuatedby AMD's ASW,Radar Shop for the
t. experience. He served, as the the time of their arrival, past few months and Is scheduledto .
squadron's executive officer last Adams entered the building to deploy early next week with a 1
,1If' year and was, involved in search for one victim reportedly 'Mad Fox'detachment to Lajes In -
Com Fair operations out of Rota, Mimes still trapped inside. He found the the Azores. ATN2 Adams 'I
Tourney Garon,France,Souda Bay, Crete woman unconscious in the dense
Ends Tomorrow and Malta, in addition to the smoke and, while another
1 (See Page 19 for story) deployment site at Sigonella, fireman brought her out, he went BuPers Team To Brief
Sicily. for a resuscitator. She was I


:. .4 Saving Pays: Off For Narf Mechanic Academy ApplicantsJax

A special briefing team enlistees.At .
from the Bureau of Naval Per Mayport's Fleet Training
Who Wins Navy Cost Reduction Award sonnel will be 'at Cecil Field Center, Electorium, Bldg. 351, at
- a March 8 to talk to area career 1:30: p.m. the same day, the team
counselors and enlistees who are will lecture career counselors. At
NAS JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Feb. 23, 1971)) An interested in the aspects of the 2:30: all enlisted personnel may
airframes mechanic at the Naval Air Rework Facility .y.' t'S4' Naval Academy PreparatorySchool. attend.

here, whose idea for restoring bullet proof windshieldson The BuPers briefing team was
Marine E. W. Sonnebornand formed to recruit regular
A 4 has saved the $63,796 has Capt. help
Skyhawk jets
Navy
Lt. (jg) F. X. Poole will be at Navy and Marine Corps ap
become one of only three individuals within the entire the Cecil Field theater at 8 a.m. plicants for the U. S. Naval
Naval Air Systems Command to receive the Navy's Cost March 8 to brief career coun- Academy due to the decline in
Reduction Program Award. e selors from NAS Jax, Cecil Field candidates during the past few
and NAS Albany; and at 10 a.m. years, according to the Chief of
, John D. Hamilton of 709 King they will advise interested Naval Personnel.
St. in Jacksonville, received the Hamilton has been recommendedfor '
award last Thursday from Capt. a higher award within the
't J, T. Hayes, a visiting Department of Defense.In Jax News BriefsJaxTo
representative of the Naval Air 1969, Hamilton, an amateur
Systems Command. The certificate telescope maker, diverted his accomodate Navy and Marine Corps personnel who will
signed by the Secretaryof interest in grinding lenses for 4 need haircuts for the upcoming personnel inspection, the Navy Exchange
the Navy, recognizes his big telescopes into a method for \ Barber Shop In Bldg 3 will remain open later tonight and
contribution to the Navy Cost removing scratches and pits tomorrow night until all patrons have left.
Reduction Program for FY 70. from tempered glass windshields
WEEKA
NEXT
In addition to being one of only -an idea which won him a total of }
consultant and cosmetologist, Maejim Bailey,
beauty
professional
three individuals to receive the the Beneficial
$1,115 through
FY will be at the Main Exchange Monday through Wednesday, from 9
70 Cost Reduction Award, Suggestion Award Program.
a.m. until 5 p.m. to demonstrate a beautiful new line of cosemetics
After nine months and 500
especially formulated for dark skin tones.
Uniform ChangeJax hours of experimenting with $50 1 Be at the store to hear advice and see a completely new line of
worth of lumber and other
cosmetics demonstrated by a qualified cosmetologist.
Effective Monday, materials at his home, Hamilton
March 1, Marines on active successfully devised a way to N ATTENTION ALL WAVES! '
duty in the Jacksonville regrind the windshields for $157
I area will change from each. Before, they were being If you have a suggestion or comlaint about Navy life which you thinkis
winter service to summer replaced at a cost of $635 each. BIG SAVER-John Hamilton influential to retention,call Lt.(jg) Mary Kallas at Ext. 3103 before
service uniforms as Hamilton's homemade grinderwas checks Skyhawk windshield for tomorrow and let her know what your idea is.
directed by MATSG part of the Naval Air Rework which he came up with a new Miss Kallas will be the Jacksonville area representative to the
Bulletin 1020 of Feb. 5, 1971. Facility's Value Engineering grinding process in 1969 that Waves Retention Board which is scheduled to convene in Washinton
Program. saved the Navy $63,796 in FY70. Monday.
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You remember Sam Jones. A real

nice kid with a ready smile and an easy going coolness.On rnwCatholic

the flight line he worked hard and off the line he Soup,
24 DINNER-Knlckerbocker .
played hard, too. Sam lived life to the fullest.. right up BREAKFAST-Hot Friday February Oatmeal, Hard Pepper Steak, Natural Pan Gravy, lr?

to the end Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Brussel ,
Griddle Cakes, Fish Portions or Sprouts, Sauteed Corn, Fruit Jello
The accident citation listed DWI Driving While In. Grilled Bologna, Creamed Ground with Whipped Cream.
Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes, SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Hamburgers -
toxicated as the causative factor. Sam, the nice kid Blueberry Muffins.DINNERManhatlan. and Cheeseburgers

with the full smile and full life to live, died after leavinga Clam SUPPER-Pepper Pot Soup, Veal NAVAL AIR STATION
Chowder, Seafood Platter or Fried Loaf, Brown Gravy, Steamed Rice,
party only 10 minutes from the base. Shrimp, Scallops, Fish Portions, Savory Bread Dressing, Buttered Saturday Mass 5 P.M. Sunday
Baked Macaroni & Tomatoes, Braised Broccoli, Sugar Cookies.
The DWI rate is increasing. A recent study shows that Liver & Onions, Potatoes Au Gratin, Tuesday,March 2 Mass 8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass.
Buttered Brocolll Spears, Cherry Pie. BREAKFAST-Hot Farina, Hard Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday
the most vulnerable person is in the 22 25 age group. He SANDWICH LINE..Grilled Hamburgers Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, through Friday 11:30: A.M.

is usually an NCO, E 3 or E 4. And he is literally killing and Cheeseburgers. Griddle Cakes, Grilled Pork Sausage Saturday Confessions 10:30: .
SUPPER. Chicken Noodle Soup, Patties, Creamed Ground Beef, Hash
himself right before our eyes. Southern Fried Chicken, Chicken Brown Potatoes, Glazed Butterfly .11:15 A.M.,
Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Bread Rolls. NATTC
Civilian courts are fining DWI's more money. Dressing, Southern Style Greens, DINNER-Chicken Rice Soup, Sunday Mass '9:30: A.M.Bldg.500
Average fines have risen from $117 to $128 in the last Boiled Pinto Beans, Ginger Bread Country Fried Chicken, Chicken

three Sam however the ultimate with Whipped ToppingSaturday Gravy, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Sunday Worship 10 A.M.
.
years. paid penalty.The February 27BREAKFAST..Homlnv Mashed Potatoes, Seasoned Snap
Grits, Beans, Hermits.
military can note that a man is 'high risk' if he Chilled Pineapple Juice, Hard Boiled SANDWICH LINE-Chlll Dogs
has recurring offenses. Take Sergeant Jones. He had Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, French SUPPER-Mlnestrone Soup, Boiled ProtestantNAVAL
Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Spaghetti, Spaghetti Sauce, Baked
two previous DWI citations. He got off easy with no Grilled Bacon, Ham or Minute Steaks, Lasagna, Toasted Cuban .cks. Fried
Hash Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Egg Plant, Lime Jello with Whipped
action letter of His
not
military even a reprimand. BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Topping. AIR STATION
supervisor knew the problem. So did the squadron Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham & Wednesday,March 3
Cheese, French Fried Potatoes, BREAKFAST..Chilled Tomato Sunday
commander. Neither took to Sam Jones
any steps help Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Iced Juice, Hot Rolled Oats, Hard Boiled
stay alive. Sam was a nice guy. Why pester him over a Cinnamon Raisin Rolls, RaspberryJello Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order.French Holy Communion. 8:30: A.M. .
few small incidents? with Whipped Cream. Toast, Minute Steaks, Creamed Bldg. 750; Church School 9:15:
SUPPER-Grilled Ham Steak or Ground Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes,
Sam's friends knew how Sam drove after few drinks. Grilled Salisbury Steak, Cream Assorted Cake Doughnuts. A.M
a Gravy, Steamed Rice, Boiled Navy DINNER..Slmmered Pea Soup, Youth.Worshipnurserygrade(
They didn't attempt to stop him when he left the party Beans, Buttered Asparagus Tips, Boiled Corned Beef or Simmered 9)) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship

with his girl. One buddy had been with him the last time Poncho Pound Cake, White Beef, Natural Potatoes,Brown Buttered Gravy Cabbage, Boiled& Service. : A.M. Bldg. 750;

he was stopped and cited. But the 'buddy system' is old Sunday, February 21 Carrots, Peach Pie. Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30:
BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal", Hard SANDWICH LINE-Sfmmered P.M. Bldg. 722; Senior Youth
fashioned Like Sam, it died. Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Frankfurters with Sauerkraut.
1:30
Fellowship : P.M.Bldg.. 722.
French Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choiceof SUPPER..Creole Soup, Swedish
By the way, Sam didn't take the last ride alone. He Grilled Bacon, Ham or Minute Pork Meat Balls or Turkey Pot Pie, Mashed Tuesday
Chops, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Iced Potatoes, Club Spinach, Seasoned
chauffeured his friend
girl to her as well.
grave Braids. Mixed Vegetables, Yellow Cake with Christian Science Service
7
BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Chocolate Icing.
Breakfast Meat or Grilled Hamburgers Thursday,March.BREAKFAST..Buttered 4 P.M.
Tuesday
Grilled Cheeseburgers
Hominy
HOLDING SHMft OF YOUR FUTURE French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Grits, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggsto
Baked Beans, Struessel Coffee Cake, Order, French Toast,Choice of Fish Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 P.M.
Jello Roll. Fillets, Ham Slices, Hash Brown Bldg.
SUPPER-Grilled Beef Steak, Fried Potatoes, Blueberry Muffins. 750NAVAL
Onions & Mushrooms Baked Potato, DINNER-Tomato Bouillon Soup, HOSPITAL
Sour Cream, French Fried Potatoes, Sweet &; Sour Pork or Barbecued
Mexican 'Corn, Seasoned Spinach, Spareribs, Rice Pilaff, French Fried
Pineapple Pie. Potatoes, Brussel Sprouts, O'Brien Divine Worship. 10 a.m.
Monday,March 1 Corn,
BOKUSg Pineapple Upsidedown Cake. NATTC
BREAKFAST-Buttered
Hominy SANDWICH LINE "Grilled Ham-
Grits, Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried burgers.SUPPEROnion.
ASPS Eggs to Order, Jrlllecl Bacon, French Soup, Grilled Ham Divine Worship. 11 A.M. Bldg.
Toast, Broiled Luncheon Meat, Home
Slices, Raisin Pineapple Sauce, Au 500
Fried Potatoes, Glazed Pershlngs. Gratin Potatoes.
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Monthly AchievementsJaxThe


ladies of NWCA Jax After the meeting the ladies
86 have been very busy in their retired to the club house loungefor
kitchens this week preparingover an exhibition of the'Slim Jim'
1,000 cupcakes, cakes and exerciser. Demonstrating the .
brownies for tomorrow's Annual instrument were Mrs. Rilla Van I
Federal Credit Union Meeting Vector, her mother and her
which they will hostess at King young son.
Hall. The baked goods will be The next regular monthly
served by the wives along with business meeting will be held
coffee and punch at the 7 p.m. Wednesday at Compton Hall, ,
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meeting. with the schedule calling for /
A pot luck supper and social is National Officer nominations.Also ,.. :'11,. tWo't f? .A.IMI./JwvI.
on Saturday's agenda for the club March is membershipmonth .. I ,1 I,
members and their husbands. and there will be an all- ,
There will be a 'moonshine still'to outdrive new members. Each ,
highlight the Sadie Hawkins member has been asked to bringat < I
theme, and a prize will be least one person during the tg a.N.:7
awarded for the best costume. month, with the goal of doublingthe + ."
The monthly social-business- club's current enrollment. : '
education meeting was held Feb. Eligible to join the Navy Wives :
17, with Barbara Howard presiding Club of America are: Wives of _-7I'-----
Welcomed guests for the enlisted men serving in the Navy, MARINES RESPOND Jacksonville Fire Department Acting Chief S. J. King Jr. (r) received a
evening included Patricia Marine Corps, Coast Guard and $1,000.44 check at MATSG for the Karen Roberson Fund. Presenting the check on behalf of the
Murray, Grace Van Selow, the active reserve- units of these command Is Lt. Col. L. E. Blanchard, MATSG CO, and SSgt. Singleton, drive coordinator for
Priscilla Maurice, Cheryl Peery, services; wives of enlisted men MATSG. Chief King is president of the Florida State Fireman's Association which is in charge of the
Marie Slocumb and Georgianna who have been honorably fund raising drive to save the life of Karen Roberson,a 17yearold student at Forrest Senior High
Balling. discharged with pay, are retiredor School. Karen needs kidney transplant operation in order to live a normal life. The cost of such an
Announcement of new chair- have been transferred to the operation Is estimated at $115,000.
men were as follows: Luncheon Fleet Reserve on completion of
Chairman Ruby Shafer with her active duty; and widows of
co-chairman Marilyn Muldoon; enlisted men in these services. PRESEASONLAYAWAY
and Newsletter Chairman Patty Meetings are held the first and 11II
Sweigart.The third Wednesdays of each monthat SALIf
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,Poor Frank, down and out, nota Dave now known at the golf chase the little white ball. Frank ..j' _. .
friend in the world since course as the 'Doctor Doolittle' of has elected himself as a one : ":
Carolyn went to that big goose Cecil Field, still hasn't learnedthe goose tooting gallery. Dave :; ; r "'-, .
pond in the sky. Would Frank reason why Frank has stated that he has to chase Frank 'iiIlI'' ,
ever be able to repair his broken decided that he would now be his away from the tee-off spots __' : 1.' :r\1: '\: \: ""j.," ".
heart? best buddy. Anywhere Dave inorder to hit a decent drive .' .. \.i'. .... 'At ., ,
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t In case you don't know who goes there's Frank waddling without takig the goose's head ': 16. ;.
Frank is, he is a goose, now a behind. Whenever Dave inspectsthe off. Davethoughtandthoughtof a \ ;..), .

widower of the pond at the Cecil greens, which by the way, is way to keep Frank from ; .. ;..,_ ....-. .....: .t....\...:...'
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golf course. Before you think that almost all the time Frank is bothering his golf game, and then ..... ....J..,:..'..... ... '..
the writer of this story is crazy or right there to supervise and he came up with what he thoughtwas ."'!'" .. '
at least headed in that direction, appraise Dave's work. One day the perfect plan: DRIVE A '
let me take this opportunity to Dave and Frank where on the GOLF CART?!! This worked for .
explain this sorrowful story of course and Dave said somethingto about two or three holes, but then
Frank and Carolyn. the goose, believe it or not, smart ole Frank found that by
When Captain Frank McLinn (sorta sounds like Ripley, huh?) flying he could easily keep up
was Commanding Officer of Frank tried his best to answer with his best buddy.
Cecil, he often played golf here n I him. Apasserbyasked Dave what Dave hasn't found a way to
base. lie was well known for his they were talking about, and reduce Frank's presence yet, but
frequent hitting of golf balls into Dave said. 'current world he's working on it. To Dave, best
the pond. Several and events'. This really confused the of luck in your efforts to find a
geese
and Dave discuss the conditionof
Frank
WELL,what do think??-
ducks were the unfortunate guy and he walked away shakinghis way to make Frank leave you ya
victims of descending golf balls. head. It must be brought out alone, some of the time at least the greens and ways to improve them.

When Capt McLinn was relieved at this point to save Dave's To Frank, well here's hoping
there was a party held in his reputation as being a perfectlysane that Dave doesn't find a way. To
honor and at that party his wife, individual, that Dave an- everyone who plays golf best of VA-45 Honors MenOn
who is named Carolyn, and swered the guy in a joking way. luck, but watch out for Frank
himself were presented with a When Dave has some spare when you drive towards the
pair of geese with the names of time, be like so play the game of pond: be might be in It. Tuesday, February 9 at an caused an increased workload.
Frank and Carolyn. These geese All Hands Quarters at Attack Cdr. A.H. Gonzalez, Com
were later put into the pond at the Squadron 45, YN3 Lemmie E. manding Officer of VA-45 commended
golf course where Captain Hatcher was commended on his YN3 Hatcher for exceptional
McLinn's golf balls almost selection as Bluejacket of the traits of leadership,
always land. Anyway, Frank and Month for January 1971. military behavior and a 'Job Well
Carolyn were quite happy in the YN3 Hatcher has served as Done.' Also recognized at the All
pond and they made a perfect leading operations yeoman, Hands quarters was AMSAN RoyA.
couple until Carolyn passed 1 communications yeoman and Sipes who was selected as VA-
away. 1 ti ground training yeoman for the 45's Plane Captain of the month
Now back to Frank. After past year where his performancehas of January.
Caroyln passed away, Frank was 14 been unexcelled and invaluable During his tour with the line
distressed and hurt over his girl's to the successful division, he demonstrated exceptional
death. lie was always calling to completion of the squadron's ability and initiative in
her and looking for her, but as it mission. He consistently per- the performance of his duties.
turned out, his efforts were in formed without supervision in a
vain. Frank mourned her death. time when the department was
He would have nothing to do with
undermanned and when the FRIENDLY, RELAXED &
any other duck or goose in the
establishment of VA-45's Det 11
pond.Then one day, he say Dave _- ---, __ .a QUIET ATMOSPHERE
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Basinger, the golf greens GOOD JOB Capt. Coleman congratulates MRC Phllmon for a lob
for IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
Immediately
superintendant. well done and presents him with a letter of commendation for his workas
some unknown reason, he took a CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
manager of the CPO Club.
liking to Dave. CLOSE TO SCHOOLS
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Jax Marine Reserves


Meet Physical QualsJax


'21,22,23 ... come on Marine, my grandmothercan
do more push ups than that!'
And so it went, as more than 200 Marine Air Reser-
vists from VMA-142, amid out cries of discontent, were 4 ,
put to the test, physically, to see if they could still meetor wi
surpass the Marine Corps' standards of physical
fitness.
Office clerks, radarmen and jet mechanics all com-
r peted against the clocks, while others held a constest -
with themselves to prove they could still to it. I7

f By and large, most of them did pass and all were ,_ 'tr: 'i
amazed to find out they could do more than they ex- :
pected takes. if they just gave out that little bit of extra effort it

The Winner Everyone came away puffing and with one common
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6 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER
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Nartu Honors AUI Jackson


2.l,, As Sailor of the Quarter I




p Jax-AEl John F. Jackson was In addition to the complimentary .
1 chosen as Sailor of the Quarter at threatre tickets,
1t the Naval Air Reserve TrainingUnit Jackson will receive a dinner for
1rl 7 (NARTU) here Feb. 19. two at the Candlelight
: Capt. Hugh J. Tate, commanding Restaurant aboard the air station
rlt officer in administering and a 72-hour extra liberty pass.
the honors also

!, presented two complimentarytickets
for a dinner and show at a
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Cdr. Robert L. Thomas
maintenance officer, in
nominating Jackson for the title
said, 'Jackson performs all
duties attendant to the responsibilities rVJ
of a chief petty officer in
a consistently outstanding
FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE Judi Mitt (I U), Sharon Pennell and Russ Moyer display the manner.lie continually improvesthe
Naval Air Reserve Certificates of Recognition presented by Capt Hugh J. Tate, NARTU com. performance of his subor
manding officer.The certificates were given in appreciation for service and hospitality during Navy dinates through diligent personalized .
participation in the Daytona 500 mile race weekend. Miss Mize was Miss NARTU Jax and Miss training directed
Pennell was Miss Selected Air Reserve during pre race parades. Moyer, executive manager of the toward their Advancement, both --
Daytona International Speedway,provided many services for the visiting Navy Information Team. technically and militarily.' He TITLE BENEFITS ..AE1 JohnF.
He also accepted certificates for William H. G. France, speedway president, William C. France, added that his loyalty and Jackson receives two com
speedway executive vice president,and Jim Foster,director of public relations,who_were unable to dedication to the Navy is unex- plimentary theatre tickets from
attend the presentation. ceeded. CAPT. Hugh J. Tate. The ticketsare
City girl: "What is that animal -
over there?" Jackson entered the Navy in one of several awards
Farmer: "That's. a Jerseycow. 1953 in Washington D.C., and he, Jackson received after being
( GRANT ." his wife Becky and six children named NARTU Sailor of the
City girl: "How can you tell came to NARTU in April 1970. Quarter.

when.' ..It.. has.no license, plate?.." 1!_
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Thurs. Sun., Feb. 25.28 Gets SecNavPresentation

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:; HIGH-MILEAGE TIRE taa f the Jax-Being Month'selected is always'Sailor of a

i Y t Lx 'memorable event but when the
cord title is presented by the Secretaryof
4-ply nylon the Navy as it was in the case

extra-deep tread VP-45's AW3 Joseph S. Walker
it becomes an outstanding
moment in the individual's life.
$ On Feb. 9, Secretary of the
11 Navy John H. Chafee took time
off from his scheduled tour of
SALE fiL 4.78 r. t Europe to visit Patrol Squadron45's
deployment site at Sigonella,
1 650x13 TUBELESS BLACKWALL Sicily, and personally
congratulate Petty Officer
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i <\\s4 )\ S-: ,, 775-14 $2.17 $15.77 The award citation which the

: :. 82504 $2.33 $17.77 L HH H aHnBBHHHmiillMli Secretary presented to Walker
read in part: 'Your selection
775-15 $2.19 $15.77 RED DARTER HONORED Secretary of the Navy John H. from among your con
Same sizes in Whitewall $3 more Chaf ee presents the Patrol Squadron 45 'Sailor of the Month'award temporaries is due to your
to AW3 Joseph S. Walker. Secretary Chafee broke from his tour meritorious performance as a
8 Track Stereo TL..rj1, --- schedule to present the award at the squadron's deployment site, petty officer and ASW air-
Sigonella,
Sicily. crewman. Your performance as
TAPEPLAYER the Julie-ECM operator on Crew
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crew's consistently high gradeson

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and Selection Button 1' .. with which you approach your job
reflects a highly professional
For car or boatl ==- AGAIN WITH THEALLNEWATC90 attitude and exceptional at
HANG-ON OR tention to detail.'

SPEAKERS Also attending the presentationwere
47GRANTS Cdr. S. J. McArdle, com
77 manding officer, and VAdm.
: 7 Isaac C. Kidd, commander Sixth
Ii: Fleet.
AW3 Walker joined the Navy in
s March 1969 and is a graduate of
Alignment SPECIAL k Southwestern State College in
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k.-
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music. He is presently
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I Navy Medical Corps Celebrates 100th AnniversaryOn I


ships with the Marines, and
changed from part on
Wednesday, March 3, Navy United States. They were called Congress established five As the Navy steam -to all steam the staffs of the major Fleet and
doctors will celebrate the one surgeons or surgeon's mates, Bureaus at the Navy sail-part medicine became an force commanders. They are
w hundredth anniversary of the depending upon their level of headquarters level; among those preventive responsibility specialists and general practitioners
: Navy Medical Corps. Centennial education and skill. They were established was the Bureau of equally important medical officers ; research scientists and
i celebrations are planned at the few In number but they saw Medicine and Surgery which is and Navy hospital commanding officers
hard to develop
Naval Hospital here and at many considerable action in the the only one of the five to retainits worked very standards for the They are responsible for the care
a other naval medical facilities. Revolutionary War the War original name. The Navy improved of the crews of over two million people.In .
and well being
r An Act of Congress in 1871 against the Barbary Pirates and. Medical Department, as it exists health
established the Medical Corps as later the War of 1812. today,came into being, but it was who served aboard ships;>> that the seventies, this respon-
a staff corps and prescribed the In 1828, the Congress not until 29 years more had could now spend longer periods at sibility-the care of the men who
doctors follow the sea and the families
relative rank of the Navy prescribed more stringent passed that doctors became. sea. For the Navy's
physicians. The same act standards for the selection of officers of the Medical Corps. educational requirements they must leave behind-will
the Medical became greater, training was remain the primary duty of the
designated the senior naval Navy physicians. The term In 1871, when
physician as the Surgeon 'surgeon's mate' became Corps was established there required, and the end results was Medical Corps. With a century of
General. Navy doctors, however, 'assistant surgeon'-and the act were 154 doctors on active duty. that medical officers of the early service behind them, Navy,
had been serving with the fleet provided that 'no person shall For 96 years, their predecessorshad 1900's were better prepared to doctors are looking forward to
since the early days of America's receive the appointment of been primarily concernedwith meet their responsibilities in an the challenges of this decade.
history. assistant surgeon in the Navy of the treatment of battle increasingly sophisticated, ever
The first naval surgeon to go to the United States, unless he shall casualties and serious injuries.The expanding Navy.
tea went aboard the sloop Alfredin have been examined and approved tremendous technological Today, there are over 4,000 Want Ads Pay
1775 to serve with a young by a board of naval advances of the post Civil War Navy medical officers on active
lieutenant named John Paul surgeons who shall be period brought the first of many duty. They serve at naval

Jones.Even before the U.S. Navy designated for that purpose by changes in their duties and hospitals, dispensaries, on board ..
was formally established these the Secretary of the Navy responsibilities.The -- --- -
early Navy doctors: were servingon Department.'Navy medicine had practice of naval medicinehas
board ships with names taken a big step forward, but advanced considerably in the
familiar to every American there remained much to be done. 100 years since Navy doctors first
C.a.tlUtl.., Coastellation, In 1842, another Act of had a Corps to call their own. "' ,
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Slate LocalCelebrations : (
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j til Jax-Navy doctors from
j't the Jacksonville area will
1 wll. I 14' gather at the Officers'Club ,* '
tW > vs ,r. r, here Saturday to celebrate ,
e e ,HOSPiTALf,, p p g ,e y w i. i s i G I the centennial of the U.S. -
Medical '
f l! Navy Corps. j e _
I Local military and 4 i4 ,
civilian dignitaries have
been invited to join the '
doctors in observing 100 ,.
years of progress in Navy T_
medicine. The celebrationis / j
: ..... .,,1".. ..f. ,.'..... '- ..- scheduled to begin at 7
MEDICAL AID AFLOAT.. During the Civil War,the p.m., and will be
,' mlssloned Its first hospital ship, Red Rover which carried Nlvy medical com highlighted by the cuttingof
officers to treat Union casualties an anniversary cake by
Capt. C.W. Lewis Jr.,
commanding officer of the
.;. And Today Naval Hospital here.

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PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER Ii


NATTCenter Instructor Wins a- r


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Serviceman of.. Quarter- Award


Jax It was a hard decision to period ending on Dec. 31, 1970. trical systems Phase at the Ann AEA'
i make, but AEl Duane Eldon The other two Nominees were School, and PN2 works Mary in the
Stelter was selected as Serviceman SSgt Walter W Whitington, an O'Donnell who
Reenlistment
r'1
of the Quarter for the instructor in the Aircraft: Elec- Discharge and Personnel
Section of NATTC's
Office.

AEI Stelter was officially
congratulated by Cdr. Roy H.
Paxson Jr., the executive officer
of NATTC, Feb. 18. He received a

1. NATTC Plaque, a letter of
+ r Ye commendation and a dinner
a } certificate from the Candlelight
Restaurant 1f'I.
Petty Officer Stelter's friendly
manner established outstanding I.

rapport with his students,
resulting in alert, attentive and
responsive classesAs confident
and profession accomplished
instructor, he has instilled pride
and motivation in students and _
has constantly demonstrated
Individual responsibility in ac-
cepting leadership respon-
sibilities and a willingness and
capability to carry them out
His loyalty, keen sense of
values and the relentless effort
displayed in completing any

assigned task are an inspirationto
-- -
all who know him. S *
SERVICEMAN OF THE QUARTER AE1, Duane E. Stttttr In addition to his outstanding _
receives the NATTC Plaque from Cd '. Roy' H. Paxon Jr., NATTC performance of duty, Petty Officer
executive officer. Stelter drives the bus for the
Jaxon Lancers Drill Team on
weekends and stands collateral :
'duty as the AO B' School Athletic --

intomE_ TAH Representative in the Intramural THE NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL Is received by CWO Lucian
t Sports Program.AEl R. McComas, phase officer of the AE 'A' School, from Capt John E.
PREPARED BY THE NATION'S FINEST TAX SERVICE Stelter has been in the Kennedy, commanding officer of NATTC.
GUARANTEE Navy for 13 years and six months
Accurate preparation of your Ui return and was previously stationed in
'It lutranteed. W. will pay InUrnt or 5 D Chief Warrant Officer
penalty charted due to our error. China Lake, Calif where he
WEEKDAYS 9AM.PM VAT ft SUN 9AMbPM S 2 UP worked with experimental air.
No Appointment....,' 'fOUtA''" craft. He was also stationed in
0" stet Atsugi, Japan, Just prior to Earns Navy Achievement
SBU'TKIHSOUTHSIDE reporting to NATTC in May 1968
for AE 'B' School In November
g q R 1968, he became an instructor at Jax Chief Warrant Officer sitlon to a new and complex
,\\. 4367 University Blvd.,So. '.1, (,
the
es the AO 'B' School. Lucian R. McComas, phase communications system
7372104NORTHSIDE ,
; Q1'O
O.o ( ye $"
', officer of the Aviation Elec- significantly increased the
L fi".11\ S.ll1l"'Jifi'loti Petty Officer Stelter and his
6 "d trician's Mate 'A' School, operational readiness of the
9311 Lem Turner wife Carole have three children
7643605 received a citation and the Navy system. Through his initiative
and reside in Orange Park.
Achievement Medal in a presen- and resourcefulness, an I
tation ceremony here Friday. aggressive training program was I
Capt. John E. Kennedy, com- established which resulted in an
manding officer of NATTC, uncommonly high squadron
c conducted the ceremony and readiness while working with
'"" congratulated him for achievingthe limited resources.Mr. .

t't' Mr.award.McComas was awarded the McComas' superior
Navy Achievement Medal for his leadership abilities contributed
superior performance of duties immeasurably to the maximum
io,.'.< while serving as aircraft division productivity and high morale of
j\-\ officer and maintenance control the assigned maintenance and
officer of Fleet Air Recon- aircrew personnel. His
naissance Squadron Three from professional abilities and loyal ,
September 1968 to August 1970. dedication to duty reflected great .J
'''' His consistent attention to detail credit upon himself and were in

and superior maintenance keeping with the highest
supervision during the ac- traditions of the United States
ceptance and subsequent tran- Naval Service.
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I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Publisher

I I I 1 Call: 3 88-2755 Movie Schedule
JAX AIR NEWS :

NAS Jacksonville Ads should' b. mailed to arrive not later than .
: Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. "I I'" ..:::1'. ""I, ,,1,1' I't; !I .an.a I a.am MM ma.: '.
LATW I IN G E R I Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
published the following week unless the'
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A checK or Thursday, February 25 Monday,March 1
money order for the full cost of the ad must be
: received WITH the copy for the ad. NAS: THE HAPPY ENDING' NAS: 'W.U.S.A.1 Color drama

'1 4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE:Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 Color drama starring Jean starring Paul Newman, Joanne
i .. Per additional line Simmons, Gena Rowlands, and Woodward Anthony Perkins.
((4 words per line) SOc
1 Jacksonville Florida I, Lloyd Bridges.GP' E ((100 mins.). 'GP' G ((115 mlns.( )

HOSPITAL: 'TOO LATE THE HOSPITAL: 'THE MER-

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Michael Caine, Cliff Robertsonand
CHEVY IMPALA $7W Tuesday, March\ 2
I EMPLOYMENTSALES REAL ESTATE Door Hardtop, Power, factory air. Henry Fonda. 'GP' G (133
; R&H. mins.).
J
I l- ASTRO MOTORS NAS: 'TAKE A GIRL LIKE

MANAGEMENTCan 6566 Normandy Blvd. Friday, February 26 YOU' Color comedy starring
Hayley Mills and Oliver Reed. 'R1
you make decisions? Would you CASH I
like to establish yourself In a part- We buy equities MOTOR CYCLE STORAGE NAS: 'MACHINE GUN MC- G ((96 mins).
time management position betweennow Louise T. Bailey Inside, Clean & Dry. $5.00 Mo. Call CAIN'Color drama starring John HOSPITAL; : 'W.U.S.A.'
& the time you complete your 771.3605 Broker Mrs. Varnadoe 246.1615, Cassavetes,and Peter Falk 'GP)
service? If hard work & earnings In
G (100 mins.( ., Wednesday March 3
excess of $18,000 'annually Interestyou i$CHEVY SEDAN $50
call 396.0998.Tempor.ry 'HIDDEN WATERS' Loaded! HOSPITAL: 'THE HAPPY NAS: 'ONE MORE TIME'
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots ASTRO MOTORS ENDING' Color comedy starring Peter
available. Excellent fishing boating,
6566 Blvd.
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also Normandy Lawford, and Sammy Davis, Jr.
Typists Secys.Keypunch.Dlctaphon.Opers.. NO FEE permanent home area. High, wooded 64 MOB Saturday, February 27 'GP' G. (90 mlns.).
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake New paint, new top, new tires, new HOSPITAL: 'TAKE A GIRL
ALLOFFICE SKILLS Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 725.3992. shocks, Motor overhaul. Asking $850. NAS: 'THOSE DARING LIKE
START NOW Call Mr. Valez' at 772.3067 (days) or YOUNG MEN IN THEIR YOU'1
We 264-2136 (after 5)).
Pay Every Fridayat TWO JAUNTY JALOPIES' Color
ACRE FARMETTE
OLSTENTemporary I.',. In St. John's County on U.S. Hwy. 1,8 ANGLIA $"0 comedy starring Tony Curtis and
Services mi.S.'of Duval County line. For Homeor Heater. Terry Thomas. 'G' G ((122 mins.).
603 Florida Nat'l Bank Bldg. Mobile Homes. See White Castle ASTRO MOTORS
HOSPITAL MACHINE GUN
Call 358.1101 Estates :
6566 Normandy Blvd.
Fred Rahalm Realtor MCCAIN'
SERVICE WIVES 398.6811ATTENTION
,i CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 61 PONTIAC LEMANS .
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or Loaded Air Cond., Tape, AM-FM Sunday,February 28
1022 Park Street, 354.7888.partTim. VETERANS Stereo, Radio V-top, P.S., Auto.
$100 Down. 3 BR., 2 B., Fla. Rm. Call Bucket Seats Low mileage. $2050 or
Nowl) Ed C. Phillips, Realtor 3872503. Best OHer) 384.5915. NAS: THE MERCENARY'Color

I 5.11 Shift. Apply Burger Chef. 6238 67 TEMPEST western starring Franco
R\ 103rd St. BY OWNER Custom 326 AT, PS, PB, AC, Factory Nero and Tony Mussante. 'GP' G
1310 Hamilton, Lrg. 2 BR., Brick with Warranty $1400 2643032. (105 mins.
Garage. 15 Yr. Mortg. Low Down s
Payment. 388,0491 ::::;::.::;" :'':.::':::::::*;::::::f*::;::::::';: ::'::::;;;:::;:::;::: :*::;:.,:::;::;:::
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YOUNG MEN IN THEIR I S4 ii WE CAN SAffI 5 Y If ISN'fHM
RENTALSORANGE JAUNTY JALOPIES' +WTRMOH ti
PROFESSIONAL Jumpon
STEREO SYSTEM
1 Sansul 5000A Amp 180 Watts.Drives 3
Tape Decks, 2 Turn Tables, 3 Sets of PARK WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
Speakers, 1 AKIA-ROBERTS 360.d 2 BR.,Apt. Furn.,5 mlns.to NAS,Will the
Tape Deck Cost $695 new. 2 CS-77 rent to TAD Personnel or bachelors.
Speakers, Way 50 Watt, 2 Boxes 264 6884. INC.
BASF Tape 1800 Ft. 1 Mil. 45 Rock
Cartege Tapes and Case Make Offer BondWagon.
FOR SALE OR RENT
CARS
SELLING USED
For all or part 384.5915 RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your

BABYFURNITUREUSED( ) equity or let us rent your home
Stroll a chair, (High chair stroller REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for
and old English Carriage) Reg. $180. map or sales and rental list. Call 100 % GUARANTEE
New. Plus Crib, chest of drawers, Powell or Mills USN Ret. 2642411.
deal- ORANGE PARK REALTY
dressing table$100 cash package
FREE NOTARY
Nothing sold separately. Good CondoI MILITARY


I 2646478. 2 BR., Apts.ORANGE, furn., or PARK unfurn., Dish ;:;:;:;:;:::;:;':. :,,:::,,; ..:,: 68 Olds Delmonte '88' $1795

j washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Door Sedan Metallic Green.
Loaded!
Guitars Drums Repairs. Discount Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS..
Prices. Music Service. 233 6th Ave. Classified Ads $12954Door
68 Rambler American
No. Jax Beach. Across from A&P. .
j Open Sundays. 2 Br.,LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit.,, Work Wonders Sedan, Auto. Trans., Air Conditioned. Blue with White
Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off f top.
street. Water, Garbage & Sewage

\ Returns prepared INCOME by TAX appointment tax Furn.) 3872541.S95. Unfurn.Weekends$115.389-0744.Furn (plus, For YouPHONE 66 Ford LTD 4-Door $995

evenings and weekends. G. H. Young, 4-Door, V-8, Auto Trans., Factory Air, Power Steering and
LCdr.,SC, USN (Ret.), Phone 355 7460
SOS Brakes, R&H.
.
after 6:30: p.m.BE WANT

A RADIO OR MOBILE HOMES 66 Olds Delta $9954Door

TV ANNOUNCER Sedan, Green, Loaded I

nouncer Recorded tells message you hlw.by Call leading any hour.an JUSTISS TRAIL&R PARK 69 Ford Cortina $1095Automatic

355.2944.NEW 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS clean modern Transmission.

RCA ANDZENITH STEREOS trailer and Apt"389.3007. 1 69 Ford LTD Station $1895Automatic
Wagon
I Consoles ,some with AM.FM, tape I/I1i/
I players. At dealers cost to liquidate MOBILE LIVING OFJACKSONVILLI E 1 Transmission.
stock. Full warranty I Phone 7710409. (Azalea Mobile Home Park) Vi mill
TWO 69 VW Sedans $1795Air
north of NAS, lots and rentals. Neal
T.V. RENTALSG.E. schools and shopping center. Clean Conditioned, R&H, White or Blue.
19 In. Port. Special monthly 8. and reasonable rates, Manager or
weekly rates. Air Base Pawn Shop. premises. Children and pets wlecome 68 VW Sedan $1350Radio
(Just outside Main Gate NAS) 388- 6301 Roosevelt 3846264.'TRANSPORTATIO'N..
3481. and Heater, Green.

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH 67 VW Sedan 'Glittorbug' $1295Blue
Wilford's Fish Camp 2649707. / :
Radio & Heater. '

GEORGE'S KENNELS 388-2755 68 Karmann Ghia $1795
Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded.
Pick up & Delivery Available. PLYMOUTH FURY Sl40 4-Speed, Radio and Heater. Air conditioned.
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. Power and factory air, Auto. trans., $16954Speed
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard R&H. 68 VW Fastback
MOTORS
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 ASTRO Radio and Heater,
Edgewood Crt. 389.0064. 6566 Normandy Blvd.
ri 68 VW Squareback $1895Air

HEAT4ACWe CREDITUNION REPOSSESSIONS jt" 4 conditioned, Radio and Heater, Radial Tires, Extra Sharp!
repair and service space heaters 4i FORD WAGONV
wall furn., heat pumps, Cent. if urn., 8,AT,AC. $" i '
Tylers Heat&Air Conditioning CHEVY WAGONAT

388-5U1 PS PB, Accepts Bids As Is. DEER SPRINGS[ESTATES WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

FOR SALE
69 VW 2Dr. Sedan
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS Keystone HeightsBy
& 'MeCha'nlcs Special' $750 as Is.
AKC Champ. Bloodline. Shots Radio INC.
Wormed, $80. 791.5599 or 772-1728 AppointmentClyde ,
6f FORD MUSTANG

Interior.PAINT Exterior YOUR HOUSE. Reasonable tires.New. Eng.$1995,Vinyl top New paint & Simpson I Co. 1150 Lane Ave.' So. Phone 781-5511 ...

prices. Call 264-5827 or 2648727. Call A. T. Madison REALTOR 356.6849 Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to S

FOR SALE or Ron Rohrer Sunday 1 to 6 PM
387-5622
Ext.2431 or
with
One year old Weimeraner good jLJ
children. Has shots. $SO. 264.68.. Ml FINANCE



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Marine Corps. AttacksCommunication

r tiiiii1 Gap [

a{


.,,
oar -
til '04 WASHINGTON-Gen. Leonard F. Chapman, com-

mandant of the Marine Corps, has warned that, with the

exception of units in combat, the Marine Corps is facinga
serious loss of communications within its ranks. D

In a letter to all general officers
officers, Gen. mand.
and commanding
indicated: 'The break- Gen.Chapman further stressed
4 Chapman that the Marine wants to
is not operational, it is young
down
x +( understand his Corps; he wants"to
e; fundamental We are failing to
communicate Marine to Marine.' know where it is heading and
wt a'' The Commandant brought out how and why.
that the real tradition of the 'From the highest of command
that positions, down to the corporalswho
is the understanding
Corps
lead smallest units/ the
our
Marines share. 'If we have been
letter explained, 'there must be a
good in carrying out our mission, IPA"l :
sharing on our CorpsFacts, information t
he said, 'it has been because this
understanding has formed a real ,and recommendationsthat
solid base. If we are to be good guide our operations and
now and in the future, it will be shape our character must flow
because this same understanding smoothly up and down the chain I
e h will continue.' of command,' he continued.
Publicize Corps'DirectionThe Further, commanders were
Commandant emphasizedthat told that it is essential that they I
this understanding will be receptive and responsive to
FOR FIVE MORE-ADJ2Vernle Heydtnrtlch of the Naval Air Rwork Facility Is congratulated by continue only through maintaining feedback from juniors.In .
I' Capt. D.H. Htlle, NARF commanding officer, after reenlisting for five more years while his wife working Marine-to- speaking of the future, the
Patricia looks on. Heydenreich, who joined the Navy in 19(7, Is the line petty officer at the rework Marine communications general said, 'The Marine Corps
facility. throughout the chain of cornNOW of the 1970's will be leaner,
tougher, more ready, more
disciplined and more
professional. Every Marine must
count, especially the leaders.'
\\\'II'J\\' The Commandant told his R;

commanders that, 'Too often R.AI
company grade officers, staff
NCOs, and NCOs ar.e being left l
out of the chain of command.This
creates a communications gap;
we must close it.' 1
Closing the Gap
Gen. Chapman commentedthat
officers and staff NCO

symposia employed by major i(
commands have already helped I aI
close the communications gap by
OPEN producing some excellent ideas. I FJAI
However, he noted that many of ar
the recommendations from these
conferences were made without faa
.... complete knowledge of available w
r..esa facts, illustrating the need for
.. in ORANGE PARK providing full information 1 fa\
of the chain of
through proper use 1
command Iea
1.295 at Park Avenue (US-17)) Reiterating his concern about :
the communications gap, the
Phone 264-9513 general said, 'I want all commanders ,
::: to establish com- 1 k.
:: 120 MOTEL ROOMS COLOR TV -- munications through the chain of
command. I want those com-
2 SWIMMING POOLS munications to go from the very ,
tip to the very bottom, and back k..
up again. Make certain that all
qIII Marines are kept fully informedand
( that you hear their ideas.'
1 1i r(
Suggestion Reactions i 1i Cl
He told commanders that it i
111111 was most important to act on ita
Northeast Florida's Newest valid ideas. 'If you can't react
favorably to proposals say why. 3,
and Finest Accomodatlons Make the facts known.'
Gen. Chapman called for 1i 1c va vd i ,
'meaningful action' in his letter, c
RING OF FLAME ROOM d and noted that it should not be
construed as laying down a bv 1
Featuring Steaks & Lobtttr directive that will create a net-
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r' :
All the salad you can eat I work of more paper. He gave no 1 va
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: for varied programs that are 1
THE GALLEY ROYALE tailored to the local organization.
He alsoproposeda program by 1 n
Meals and Snacks which senior Marine Corps 1 1I E
1 1I
Open 24 hours a day leaders educate other Marine I tl
THE WORLD'SINNKEEPER leaders in the customs and
v ', THE GROG SHOP traditions which foster
camaraderie and bring Marines
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j ,i I i H. ; Committee .1
i I rr
::j 9

I i iI ConcernedWith

II I
I
j! JobsThe


Naval Air Rework
I \I Facility's newly assigned Equal
Employment Opportunity
0 j jI
Committee (EEO) met last week/
with Cdr. G. R. Bell, Executive
Officer and EEO Chairman
Committee.The .
Committee's functions are
to formulate the EEO Program,
study program problems and
progress, recommend courses of
action for the program, and most
importantto learn of and resolve
matters concerned with
I discrimination.'Any .
inquiries or suggestions
said the commander, 'may be
: submitted orally or in writing to
any member of the Committee,
since this group is the normal
--'-"'--' channel of communication to the

NEWLY APPOINTED members of the EEO Committee are (L to Littles, Rigger; Dwayne E. Clark,Aircraft Electrician (lAM); Erwin Commanding Officer for all
I R)sitting,Carol Brewer, Recorder Elvin A. Roulhac, Clerk; Cdr. Gr. P. Grote, Aircraft Instrument Mechanic (E); Eugene P. King, Air. discriminatory matters pertaining *
R. Bell, Executive Officer and chairman; Carl W. PlayerForemanAEM. craft Painter; James I. Bellinger, EEO Coordinator, CPD NAS to race, color, religion,
Those standing are (L to R) Diane Godfrey, ROCMM Trainee Jacksonville; Robert W. Clark, Security Specialist. sex or national origin.'
observer; Andrew Norris, Aircraft Electronics Worker (lAM): Leroy


I NARF Becomes Scouts' SponsorThe

...

Naval Air Rework Facility It is anticipated that this Ex. No previous scouting experience
(NARF) has entered into an I plorer Unit will be aviation is necessary, however, UGHTIfIi THECA
agreement with ,the North centered and at a later date may the wearing of the Boy Scout ?
Florida Council, Boy Scouts of specialize in related areas according uniform is required.The .
America,to organize and operatean to member interest. INFLATI ON
Explorer Unit. Personnel aboard the station, NARF's action in this
As instructional sponsor, the especially those at the NARF,are sponsorship is in consonance with
facility will provide a location for being asked to submit to R. M. the joint resolution of the
weekly meetings, will make Proctor, at telephone 772 2728 President and the Congress of the WE CAN HELPBALANCE
available any needed training (Ext. 2728)), the names of any 14 United States calling upon the
facilities, and will provide through 17-year-old youngster as Boy Scouts of America to further THE
leadership and guidance, as wellas candidates for membership in advance its service to the youth
logistics support, as required. this Explorer Unit. of our nation. SCALE...



I Spring Customers Can Find .:


Supplies at Navy Exchange

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The Navy Exchange is getting hoses are available in a full range change urges personnel not to I Lw
ready for spring and for the of decorator pastel colors. kick the machines. Kicking them
customers who need and want only makes repairs more difficult.
items for the season ahead. Cameras, film and sporting
Spring clothing is now goods for the people who plan to --988-0535-- -'
available and so are the fashion participate in the warmer rvi1Jc1tii; : I
weather ahead available too.
are
claims I
accessories the Exchange NOW AVAILABLE IN BELLAIRI!
will be the in fashion. Wide belts The Exchange Service Stationis
4 BEDROOM HOMES
A (] .WITH 2,3 or
and chiffon scarves are in the conducting Summerizing 1
desirable sizes. Special for trouble free trips. I I
Wigs for those who have The car's cooling system, motor I 12491291 KING ST I L 47,250 to' $21,000 l
trouble keeping up their hair oil, and oil filter will be checked I JACKSONVILLE FLA. 322O4WANTED I [
while] running around or those and changed if necessary. ,
who just happen to like them are I I
available at the Exchange Vending machines and : USED CAMERAS AND : GOOD SELECTION OF HOMES
,
located around the Models With Fireplace
cafeterias are
Beauty Salon. EQUIPMENT WE PAY ,
And
2 Baths Plus Sidewalks
The garden center is becomingmore station to provide meals, snacks, I TOP DOLLAR 388.8535 J Street Lights,Convenient To
and more colorful, say service and entertainment. If one BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! Churches,Schools and
is is not functioning properly reportit Shoppl.-q Center!
color
since .
Exchange officials .I a1- ---------*
the thing this year. Even garden to the Exchange. The Ex- "'
CaN ? ? NEAR NAS JAX

1a.;. NA1 AND

S'S CiA ec.e..las Standing Boulevard k NAS CECIL FIELD
Cedar Hills Shopping Center
House of Quality Foods Phone 771.9223
4) KHOOLI
Every FRIDAY Night Is
Every THURSDAY Night: FAMILY NIGHT

Your choice of

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PLATTER 99 ii": Dumplings Steak 79 't' BELL.A.ERHOME :

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k Part III : The Black Man in the Navy



!I Equal Opportunity: A Reality in Today's Navy


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.{ ,. : (Ed. Note: This Is the third Operations, followed this 'up witha in May of don't feel that racial Senior Black Officer
part of a three-part series directive outlining specific 'I went to has had any noticeable Capt. Samuel Lee Gravely Jr.,
:. describing the historical! par actions to be taken by naval carrier ( ) on my assignments or is now the senior black
tlcfpatlon( of the black American personnel to insure equal op no plans of ,' he said. 40f course, there unrestricted line officer in the
In the United States Navy. Part portunity.Here career,' he people I didn't get along Navy, one of three black cap
Three illustrates the results of are the stories of three happy and but I don't think that was tains.
t' ( equal opportunity as evidenced Negro officers in the Navy, which Oriskany, race oriented. lie was born in Richmond, Va.,

: by the careers of three Naval exemplify the opportunity that is perience on relationships in the Navy attended Armstrong High School
I': j offlcert) open to young men and women stay in.' out of the professional there, and then attended Virginia
who have what it takes for a 'I was able Union University for three years.
he
Not long ago Capt. Samuel Lee between men,
naval some (He was later graduated with a
career.
Gravely Jr., USN, assumed 'If you work with a
feel, and the BA in history.)
.: command of the guided missile and you respect him for his
The Enlisting in the Naval Reserveon
frigate USS Jouett DLG 29)). Cdr. George I.Thompson would then that is the
rather have people think of himas responsibility Sept. 15, 1942, he attended the
consideration. It will
More recently, Cdr. George I,
presented service school at
Hampton
sailor
a professional proud of
entire relation
Thompson completed a tour as your
commanding a U.S. Navy war- What he Institute and then was assignedto
commanding officer of USS L.R. .
than black in the the Section Base at San Diego.
ship as a man breaks' and
Craig (DD883)) to join Attack
Carrier Strike Force Seventh hierarchy of an officer corps. gave him you don't respect him From November 1943 to June 1944
Cdr. Thompson himself was in 'I was in then it will be he was a member of the V-12
Fleet. Capt. Paul S. Green MC,
the Bureau of Personnel when the department to have a personal friendly school at Asbury Park, N.J.
USNR, is serving as chief
radiologist and executive officer Navy began a concerted effort on radio watch outside work. Appointed a Naval Reserve
a minority officer recruitment volunteered Midshipman in August 1944,
of the Naval Hospital Lemoore
professional relationship
Calif. program in 1962. watches on Capt. Gravely attended midshipman
have in most Important he added. school at Columbia
Things changed some time
spare
What these three naval officers
ways. When Cdr. Thompson become an personal friendship follows, University and graduated that
have in common is their race- '
assumed command of Craig, one Then, that's fine December, gaining his com-
they are black Americans. Their
difference demonstrated. his first tour of duty, Cdr. mission
was several as a Reserve ensign.
w is told
story here to point the '
t \ up 'Before he arrivednoted same time, own career took him After duty as assistant bat-
steadily improving role and
opportunity for the black LCdr. C.M. Walter, Craig's moved to Rico for duty with talion commander at NTC Great
Americans in the sea service. executive officer, 'I was probablythe becoming a Caribbean Sea Frontier staff. Lakes and schooling at the Sub-
: Today the Navy has a concerted only man on the ship who Officer of the his tour he augmented Chaser Training Center In
i to increase the knew he was a Negro-and I knew still an the Regular Navy, Miami, he joined the crew of USS
number program of black Americans both only because I was told by a After the later served on board the PC 1264. Through the closing
{ in the Regular Navy and in the friend of his who knew he was icer was USS Compton (DD 705)) months of World War II and until
Naval Reserve. At this writing coming to the Craig.' took that job was executive officer of USS February 1946, he served as
:f there are 539 black officers in the As Cdr. Thompson pointed out, months. (AGR 10). He attended communications officer, electronics
Navy, ranging from warrant that in itself marked a major Naval War College, and officer, and later
officers to captain. advancement. 'At times in the two advanced degrees- executive officer and personnel
past, pains were taken to informa 'The MA in international affairs officer of the ship, one of the first
Solving Racial Tensions ship that it was to receive a portunities an MS in personnel two Navy ships with all-black
However, Secretary of the black officer. Now, however, I now,' he George enlisted crews.
Navy John Chafee said in a was able to come to Craig not willing to University. After three years out of active
directive to all naval personnelthat only as an officer, but as the way. With took command of the escort duty, Capt Gravely returned to
'our accomplishments leave commanding officer, without any now I USS Finch (DER 238)) in the Navy in 1949. His first duty
much to be desired.' He called for special notice.' anyone who then went to the Naval was with the Naval Recruiting
immediate action to solve racial Cdr.Thompson, a native of Los telligence and for a tour as a naval Station and Officer Procurement,
tension and greatly increase the Angeles, attended UCLA and Cdr. instructor, head of the Washington. After a com-
percentage of black Americans in graduated in 1942. He attended has Committee, and a bat munication course from October
the officer corps. Adm E.R. Officer Candidate School in 1953 with few adviser. 1951 to February 1952, he servedas
Zumwalt, Jr., chief of Naval and was commissioned an ensign of his color radio
completed his duties as a officer of USS Iowa
officer of Craig in (BB 61)) until June 1953. Then he
BEACH'I 1969, reporting to the Attack was transferred to USS ToledoCA
Strike Force of the ( 133)), on which he was
Fleet and is now serving
Vietnam theater. (Con't on Page 15)



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Case Histories Provide .. ,';v\: ,
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(Con't from page 14)) torian of his -
high
school class, As a general practitioner in '
communications officer and Capt. Green entered Shaw Henderson, Dr. Green treated ,: : .
University, Raleigh, N.C. both black and white patients and '
assistant operations officer. He ,
took part in Korean action while in graduating biology. in 1939 with a major his practice thrived for seven ... .. ., ....... ,.,.?it:'
serving on both ships. years. tf :; ,:: .
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In July 1955, he became certainly didn't set any I had realized success as a 't' "' f" 'WI'.,....-"
academic records there,' he says. civilian doctorCapt.. Green i' ".. .:, fl." ::
district security officerfor "
assistant .
'I was much more Interested In 'when in I drafted : {" .
1954
the Third Naval District. says, was .
Capt. Gravely took an amphibious and the bright like lights in the big city into the Navy as a lieutenant anda : '" :;:t.{ most young men, bit disappointed at having to .
warfare course in the wanted to buy an automobile.' ,r ... ,, ...
give up my practice. :
then \ .
fall of 1957, joined USS .
Armed with his ,'
diploma and a But his attitude soon changed. .1" .'e i .
Seminole (AKA 104) as 7.."
officer. teaching certificate, Capt. Green 'I had a great deal of respectfor ,..." 4r'
operations tried unsuccessfully to find workas my co-workers in Navy z'a .... v'
In January 1960 he became ; t
a teacher.'As .
medicine/ he says, 'and found ( 's--
executive officer of USS t> "''',
I '
look back, the doctor that I not only liked my work very 1 ? .
Theodore E. Chandler (DD 717)). '
comments, I can see why no one much, but the Navy as well. I
command of ChandlerFeb.
took
lIe was impressed with
my supposed guess 'infatuated' best describesmy
15, 1961. teaching ability. I was only 19 attitude.So y4
Capt. Gravely's second com- years old and right out of college. when his two-year obligationwas
mand was assumed Jan. 31,1962: Fortunately,for me,I was able to up, Dr. Green extended for
USS Falgout (DER 324)). Under get a job with my father working six months-then for four years- I
then-LCdr. Gravely's command, in a fruit and produce store.'I and finally applied for and I
Falgout patrolled the Pacific earned money to buy things, received an indefinite extension.
Early Warning Barrier. but after two years I felt I wasn't
lIe attended a naval warfare really accomplishing anything. I Radiology Specialist

course at the Naval War College, entered Howard University in After his first duty at the Naval
Newport, from August 1963 to Washington to work $
on a Gun Factory, Washington, Capt. '4
:
June 1964, then served as master's degree in zoology Green went to the Naval HospitalSan r

program manager of the Shortly afterward, in September Diego as officer in charge ofa ;.../ ,. ;
National Emergency Airborne 1941, I was accepted for medical mobile X-ray unit. This duty
Command Post. school.' started him working on the
In January 1966 Capt. Gravely Turns to Medicine specialty that led to certificationas
received still another destroyer Through an accelerated year- a radiologist.All .
command: USS Tayssig (DO round program of study, he applicants for certificationby
746)) In June 1968 he became earned his M.D. degree in the American Board of ii.
coordinator of the Navy Satellite December 1944. For the next year Radiology must complete three ;
Communications Program in the he served his internship at years of specialized training and
office of the CNO, with additional Lincoln Hospital in Durham N.C., one year of practice in radiology,
duties in the Navy's space and then went into private plus written and oral
program.In practice in the small town of examinations. '
May, 1970, Capt. Gravely Louisburg, N.C., where as the Looking forward to his even-
assumed his present command of community's only black doctor, 'I tual return to civilian life, Capt. American EYES IIAVE International IT-Those star long, began warm when look some from thoughtful Arlene service Martel,

the guided missile frigate USS was declared essential and givena Green again shows he believes in man sent her that silk kimono from Japan to keep the sun's harsh
Jouett (DLG 29)). deferment.' his philosophy of success. 'As a rays from burning her on the California beaches. Unfortunately, he
Biography of Success 'A year later, I moved to radiologist,' he says, 'there's no didn't know her size. Pass the suntan lotion anyone?
'If a man is going to succeed Henderson, N.C., a much larger reason in the world why I can't
he'll make it no matter what he is town, where I again entered build a successful private

doing! That is the personal private practice.' practice Open for your, convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m.
philosophy of Capt. Paul S. J

Green, MC,USNR .who is now DoD Announces: o PICK-UP & DELIVERY
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Lemoore, Calif. Service Commanders Exercise o MECHANIC ON DUTY I

He's demonstrated it in his own o AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
life. Capt. Green didn't originally More Discrimination Controls
plan to make the Navy a career

(he was drafted, in fact-but) .. _. .. .. o. BOB'S OAK HILL
during his 16 years of active duty, Washington-Tougher policy in The directive was issued after
he's been certified by the' a new Defense directive on equal Frank W. Render II, deputy uni( >n
American Board of Radiologyand opportunity gives local com- assistant secretary of defense for
has attained one of the manders more power in dealing equal opportunity, had presentedthe
highest ranks available to a with racial discrimination.A results of his visit to six Army SERVICE,.. CENTER
Reserve officer. major change gives com- bases in Germany, naval stationsin '
'Probably none of this would manders of installations in the Spain, and Italyand Air Force 103rd & Jammes Road 771-S156
ever have happened if I had been United States authority to bases in Britain and Germany.
given a choice,' he said. I had a determine on their own if a Other parts of the directive
very successful civilian practiceand housing unit, club or retail order the military departmentsto
had absolutely no desire to establishment should be placed :
serve with the military. off-limits because of racial Consider leadership in SERVING...

'Mine is not the story of 'rags to discrimination. operating successful equal op- NOW !
riches,' the doctor says, Previous policy called for portunity programs when LU NGOUR CHI
recalling his early life in Warren commanders to refer such evaluating officers and civilian MET
County,N.C. 'I've never lived in a problems to the Pentagon. 'It officials for promotion; and
ghetto. My father was a clearly weakened the authoritythat Impose 'effective sanctions'
businessman and a very good the base commanders would against officials who fail to "(
provider. It wasn't difficult for otherwise have in dealing with produce satisfactory results.In \\.Ct'4ANG E OA\\ '"
him to put three children through these matters,' said Roger T. a covering memorandum to stAFEW:
college at the same time. We Kelley, assistant secretary of the Secretary of Defense, Render LUNCHED TNESEIARE
always had plenty to eat and defense for manpower and said his report indicated that
lived in a comfortable home.' reserve affairs,in explaining new equal opportunity problems in SCALLOPINI
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Jax The Naval Air Technical fellowman Inspired all who came provided Invaluable assistance in
Training Center here held its under the effects of his ministryand the preparation of task force
annual military personnel inspection contributed significantly to contlgency plans
on the Parade Groundsen the high morale of his tommand.: LCdr. Nielsen has been in the
Feb 7. RAdm. V. G. Lambert, Boyer joined the Navy in June Navy since April 1949 and
chief of Naval Air Technical 1962. He was stationed with the reported to NATTC in September
Training, conducted the in* 5th Marine Division in Vietnam 1970. He and his wife Sandy have
ipection and presented the prior to reporting to NATTC on two children and are currently
awards. October 1, 1970. lie is married to residing in Jacksonville.Lt. .
Officers, support personnel, a the former Miss Delores Lepperand Robert Lee Ferguson
f Marine Corps honor guard, they are the parents of five received the Navy Achievement
students from AE and AO sons. The Boyers are presently Medal for meritorious
Schools,Waves and a company of residing in Orange Park. achievement while attached to a
Marines from MATSG were LCdr. Emanuel K. Nielsen fighter squadron embarked in
inspected. received the Gold Star in lieu of the USS Coral Sea (CVA 43)) as
Medals were presented to his second Navy Commendation Avionics Weapons Division and
LCdr. Richard A. Boyer, the Medal for meritorious Weapons Branch Officer from
NATTC Protestant chaplain; achievement while attached to October 27, 1969 to May 1970
LCdr. Emanuel K. Nielsen, and serving with Commander during combat operations.
superintendent of AO training at Attack Carrier Striking Force Lt. Ferguson successfully
NATTC; Lt. Robert Lee Seventh Fleet as task force directed all ordnance handling
Ferguson, phase officer of AO 'A' weapons officer from August 15, evolutions in a safe and ex-
School; and AEC Darrel D. 1969 to August 3, 1970 during peditious manner. The
f1 Schlegel, an instructor at the AE combat operations. squadron's rapid response
'B' School. lie consistently displayed capability to ever changing
LCdr. Richard A. Boyer was outstanding initiative. missile and weapon configurations

.. ._, presented the Army Com Imagination and skill In was greatly enhanced
'ITLT" mendation Medal for his developing and managing air through his personal supervision.His .
PINNING ON THE NEW Cap Wilson McCulley I Jr., NARTU meritorious service while serving craft carrier munition load plans superior leadership qualities
executive officer,has plenty of help putting on his new shoulderboardsafter as Chaplain with the First Marine that were singularly responsive while directing daily ordnance
promotion to his present rank. Lending a hand are his wife Vera Division In connection with to the changing needs of the air loading resulted in a very low
and Capt. Hugh J. Tate, NARTU commanding officer. Capt. McCulley combat operations against the campaign. Ills superior failure rate.Obtaining maximum
received word of his promotion Feb. 16, although it Is retroactive to enemy in the Republic of Viet judgment In forecasting.monthly possible performance from his
Aug. 1, 1970. Nam from September to munitions requirements men at all times, he never
December 1969. lie traveled assisted in the supporting forcesto compromised his adamant
through dangerous areas in orderto program more efficient load demand for complete safety and
provide religious services to outs of munition ships. Ills Intimate adherence to handling
the remotest outpost. Ills knowledge of the regulations.
religious devotion and sincere organizations of the service Lt. Ferguson joined the Navy in
concern for the welfare of his forces and naval magazinesIMIHIMIIMMMHmillHMMHINIIMMHIIHHMNHmilM August 1948 and reported to
NATTC in September 1970. He
and his wife Betty have three
children and reside in Orange
,,,Ir "' .... Park.

t ,. :: AL BONATIORGAN.HORN I AEC Darrel D. Schlegel
.,, e ,_ received the Navy Achievement
t Medal for Meritorious
achievement while attached to
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ny
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Within walking distance to all points interest, duty here in 1963. Prior to
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Medical Tops American Race ; I L Lcs'T I




Three Squads Tie for SecondJax N _



Medical edged into first place in the station's American League

basketball race this week as the Hospital, Admin and VP-16 remained bunched in

a three-way deadlock for second place with 10.3 slates Meanwhile, over in the

National Lea ggue, the VP 5 Mad Foxes continued to fly atop that loop with a 15.1
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VW 4, the second place squadin Marines mustered one of their Eagles.
battles of the NARTU 63, Flap Jax 31: Tom
the National League, moved up best offensive
I to a 12.1 record this week to stay current campaign as Tony Boyer Canfield proved he could score as r
.. at the heels of the Mad Foxes.In notched 38 points in leading the he went on a 26 point offensive
in burst in leading the training unit
games this week: win.Marv Franklin chipped 16
The to the Marines clip the to the win Wayne Maivrana
: MAUTD 87, VP 18 65: help
added 17 markers in a game that
saw NARTU build up A 31-10 halftime
lead before coasting in for
OWN LANDbtNve. the win.
Medical 86, Comm 4ft: Medicalran

INCOLORFUL I .coMO..M01oo up a 44.12 bulge at the Com In-
termission before
munications warmed up to stayin
NfIlO the thick of the American
COLORADO League race. Randy James and 7 ,5
Byron Khrom hit for 24 and 27 Len Wilkenlng, (tVA-M)) finds th*going rough against VA"', Joe
w.L..Nwm0 points respectively in sparkingthe Tataska ((33)) and,Vern Smith (foreground) in Monday's opening actionof
Sin Lult Eitattt AUMOtAWf ,a MO win. John Conville hit for 17 the Fleet Air basketball tournament. VA-84 went on to win the I

Makes It So Easy To OoTNo COLORADO markers in a losing effort. game. Story on page 19.

mony town tnti|uit ... ..IAN,n.LVS.,,,,,,. ... Hospital 60, Air Ops 43: Rester J a Anderson and Ted Gary hit
1}doll*!pw month NEW MUICO Bryan hit for 27 points in leading Lang hit for 18 apiece for the for 16 markers each in sparkingthe
No Imam or Marines.
tarrying cfcwg *
Hospital to the win. Larry
100% beck .ntMOOM te rVTN Eagles to the win. Thomas
money gur
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FICEUR 53 The
/uc. Halcomb was top shot for Air VA-203 59, :
to v*yltvng includingVw
Chapman dumped in 29 points for
hnMl Mane,hunting,tithing Operations with 20. reserve squadron 'Improved its
hid CMnpmg M ali world 1AM VW-4 73, MATGS 61W1l111eath record to 58 in knocking of the the Com squad, and Darrell

I a..a..a..a.u.es.sa..s.a.aa..aase..ess..ea pumped for 24 and Jackie Mole intelligence quintet. ,FICEUR'sWill Champman added 15.
I Yes.I want a live acre tile. to be reserved for me I under I added 16 as the Hurricane Martin was the game's Admin 89! Flap Jax 19: Four
stand the price 1S.395 dollars per acre lor a total price with Adminers hit in the double
I ol 1.975, My total monthly payment will be just 1 15 dollars I Hunters out flew the Marine leading scorer 17. their unit out gunnedthe
figures as
I per month payable/ 131 monthly payments of 15 dollars training group. Ed Nix and Pat VP- 16 71, Communications 63:
and one monthly payment of 10 dollars. ,. no interest I photo squad. Fred Jordan led
I charges and no carrying. charges Please send me complete the barrage with 26, Tommie
details purchase contract and the map showing the loca Bowie added 20, Bob Mackey
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hart of my property I enclose my one dollar reservation '
I deposit which will be credited to my account or returned WANT' YOUR BUSINESS contributed 19 and Wayne Clark
at my request within. thirty days I WE hit for 17.Hospital.

II Registration .W.cW*. February let, 1971, with the Office olInttrttttt I 83. NARTU 61:
land Sales Registration.Deptrtmtntol HoLsing I 30 Hospital ran up a 41 31 bulge at
and Urban IHvelopm.ntH.U.D.( ) Washington. D.C. 20411.
I I MODELSTO $1500.00 OFF the half before moving on to their

I NAME._._.. .----_ 10th season win. Ted Schmitt led
I the win with 24, while teammate
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ADDRESS I CHOOSEFROM TO Rester Bryan hit for 22 in a
I CITY_,STATE&ZIP, supporting effort. Glenn Abbottwas
HART top NARTU scorer with 19.
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Admin 63, Air 29 Fred
Ops :
NJ Mobile, Home Action Center Jordan led the win with 26, while
I Bob Mackey hit for 19 in support.
IAt 10607 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD PHONE 721-1544 Admin led at the half, 25 11.
I Ht Floor n*M.Uond sari of tngl _no<.Ebwooa Colo.sotto 1 Mile East of Regency Squares Marine Barracks 69JVARTU36:
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wa..a -
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a 24.14 hall time lead before
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sprinting off with the win. Bill

I NOTE:. Our Roosevelt Mall office will close this Friday at 5:30: PM I Forney spearheaded the win with

I 13.
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+ \"' Lfv I Tuggey hit for 12 and Steve
Ull AI II L E. EiN Carpenter added 11 in headingthe

IiUJyptDlDtrSnlD: .I ( Marine win. Jim Goodloe was
: top shot in the game with 14 for
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pO's vs. CPO'i at Softball
Basketball

Jax-.A group of young PO's has issued a challenge to a group of not
so young CPO's for a game of softball loser buys for March 6 at American League
Mackroth field at 2 p.m. Strategy is currently being planned at the
Acey Deucy and Chiefs Clubs for the respective teams. Petty officersor Medical 10-2( .833
chiefs wanting to get into the battle can contact a member of their Hospital 10-3( .769
club's advisory board to get full details. Admin 10-3( .769
VP-16 10-3( .769
Golf Squad Drops Another MARTD 7-5 .583
a MarBar 6-6 .500
Lake City Community College defeated the station's varsity golf AirOps 6-8 .429
squad,21 w IS In Lake City Friday. Frank Wilson and Jim Elliott led the NARTU 3-11 .214
win with rounds of 75 and 76. Top Fliers were Brian White and John Comm 2-12 .143
Mabanta with identical 77's.ClncLant FlapJax14( -
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Basketball Starts Monday National League

NAS Jax will host the CINCLANTFLT basketball tournament here VP-5 1S-1 .938
next week, beginning Monday. Tournament Director Frank Mc. VW-4 12-1 .'23
Caffrey said Tuesday that Naval Stations Charleston, Newport, Bee's 8-5 .615.
-- -' -- Norfolk and ayport, as well as Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic and A.c Malnt. 0-5 .545
Shangri La' Bob Parker ((14)) and Harry Hopkins ((22)) watch ComFair Jax, will have teams playing for the top trophy. The affair FICEUR 5-8 .385
Hurricane Hunters Bob Donroskl ((11)) and Bill Heath battle for a will wind up next Friday. VA-203 5-8 .385
rebound in Monday play in the Fleet Air tourney. The carrier squad 679th 4-8 .333
won, 7'*63. Tryouts for Golf Set NATTC 2-9 .182
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Grab Tourney WinsJaxThe tryouts by contacting the golf pro at the club.

!Mrs.Kingsbury Wins
USS Shangri La and I team pack going into yesterday's
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INCOME TAX Preparation was announced today by Richard 0, Benoit of International Securities
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