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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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CNO Limits ii' VP-45 Returns


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Sea Tours _

From SicilyJaxThe

To Six YearsSix

'Red Darters' of Patrol Squadron 45

yean Is now the maximum returned to Jacksonville Saturday following a four

duration of sea duty which month deployment to Sigonella Sicily.
enlisted Na.vymen be
may The last of the squadron's nine
assigned, the chief of Naval
aircraft carried the Commanding Fleet exercises which the
Operations recently announced.
Officer, Cdr. S.J. McArdle Jr., squadron participated in while
This new policy,as described .la and its arrival signified complete deployed. These included the
Adm.Zumwalt's Z-Gram 75 will turnover of Patron Signonella to provision of ASW screening'
greatly reduce the sea tours el Patrol Squadron 10. The officers Sixth Fleet units during the
122 rates and NEC's. Specific and crewmembers were greetedby Jordanian Crisis in October.
limitations will be outlines In a wives and families who During their stay in Sicily, The
forthcoming NavOp message.' gathered at the air terminal to 'Red Darters' logged more than
witness the homecoming.Most accident-free hours with
The change, the CNO states, 3,500
has been issued In response to recently, VP-45 com activities that included shipping
complaints from valuable career Red Darter Commanding Officer Cdr.S.J.McArdle Jr. Is greeted by pleted the Sixth Fleet exercise, surveillance, training flights and
men and their families regarding his family' and Capt. W.J. PrISsier, COMFAIRWING.il, upon his National Week VIII, in which routine patrols. Throughout the
long periods of separation due to arrival Saturday morning with VP-4S's final detachment from they provided antisubmarine deployment, the squadron was
excessive sea tour lengths.In Sigonella, Sicily. warfare support for exercise under the operational control of
forces. It was one of many Sixth commander, Antisubmarine
another move to minimize Warfare Forces, Sixth Fleet,
family hardships, the CNO has Navymen Honored at NAS InspectionJaxFour headquartered in Naples, Italy.
declared that volunteer Vietnam The next deployment for VP-45
naval advisors will receive will be toward the end of this year
preferential housing con- officers and a chief petty officer retiring with a combined total of 150 when they are scheduled to go to
sideration relative to the lengthof years of service were among several Navymen to receive special honors Rota Spain. Until that time they

their tour. Guidelines for this Monday morning at the NAS command.personnel inspection in Hangar 1000. will be occupied with training
set forth in Z-Gram exercises inspections and
policy are 74, .
John Kincaid NAS CO Cdr. Melvin
Premo Cdr Russell
Capt. congratulated flights, operating from their
The message states that 12- Beltz LCdr. Robert Bickel LCdr. Clarence Johnston and Chief Tillman home location here in Hangar
month volunteers residing in Bozeman as they each completed 30 years. Each began their career as enlistees 1000.
Navy quarters (except billet and all excelled as chief petty officers.
quarters) aboard stations In any
state, territory or U.s. possessionmay Cdr. Premo, aircraft main-
remain in such quarters if tenance officer here since 1968, is awards to several Navymen SAR pilot Lt. Robert Johnwick Seabee'sBall
they so desire until their Vietnam a Wisconsin native who enlistedin ACt Gerald Russell with the and assistant Air Operations
tour is complete. Additionally, January 1941 He began his Navy Achievement Medal and Officer Cdr. Dennis Lee, both
personnel residing in Billet career here in Jacksonville as an AC1 David Boyer with the Navy received Air Medals for flying
quarters who wish to remain in aviation machinist mate at Commendation Medal. combat missions with HAL 3 in
public quarters will be placed at NATTC. When Japan attacked Two Air Operations officers, Vietnam. TonightJaxArea
the head of the housing waitinglist Pearl Harbor, he was assignedwith -
immediately following those AMD. TT' : : Seabees
who have been
assigned an oc- The commander was com
who observe their
cupancydate. During the interim missioned an ensign through the
they may stay at the billet LDO program in 1954. 29th anniversary
tomorrow will attend
quarters. Cdr. Russell Beltz, main .
Eighteen-month volunteers, in tenance control officer, enlistedin their annual BirthdayBall
addition to the option to remain in 1939 in Philadelphia and served here tonight at
public quarters granted the 12- aboard ship during World War II. i' t" dJ the Chief Petty Of-
month volunteer, will be placedat He was commissioned in 1955. fleer's Club.
the head of the housing waitinglist LCdr. Bickel of AMD, ended a
Immediately following those career that began in 1941 as a The evening
with an assigned occupancy dateat recruit at NTC Norfolk. He was festivities will be held
the duty;, station where the trained at Aviation Radioman in the Ballroom
; volunteer will be assigned after School and served as a radiomanand with
beginning a
I. completion if Ms .Vie' nam' tour': gunner on antisubmarine
patrols in the Caribbean during cocktail hour at 6 p.m.
The message states that this World War II. In 1944, he Hew on followed by dinner at
option may be exercised either photo reconnaissance missions 7. Later in the
before or after the tour. from Guadalcanal.

In the concluding paragraph of LCdr, Johnson, assistant Whatevers'evening Fair the will
Z-74 Adm.Zumwalt remarked 'I maintenance officer since 1969,
the retired the same station wherehe an
fully recognize Impact
granting preferential con began his Navy career. lie rJiom dL1 arrangement of
sideration to Vietnam advisor reported here for training in 1941 popular dance music.Lt. .
volunteers may have on others and 30 years later became the
who may seek public quarters. assistant maintenance officer. (jg) David
However the imperatives of He was commissioned in 1957. Baumgartner, of-
Victimization and our moral, Chief Bozeman enlisted at the ; Hcer-ln-charge of
height of WWII. During his 31 i
obligation to those who volunteerfor
Seabee Unit 410, is to
advisory duty make it Incumbent year career, he has seen
numerous assignments from be aster-of-
upon each of us to ac- READY TO DEPLOY-While has returned to NAS
one squadron
the the Pacific and the
Atlantic to ceremonies. Capt.
cept Inconveniences or delays in Jax,V P-S Is preparing to leave. Mad Fox crewmen arrange one of the
obtaining public quarters which Canal Zone and has seen naval and Mrs. Kincaid will
many pallets containing personal items and luggage to be flown out to
may be generated as our Individual aviation transition from Hellcats squadron detachments in Spain and the Azores. Cdr. George D. be guests of honor.
contribution toward to Crusaders. Barker, VP-5 CO, departed with most of the squadron; the final
meeting this obligation.' Capt. Kincaid also presented detachment leaves at 1 p.m. today.



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A Sausage Jimmy StrIckland
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Club Cocktail Group Girls Dressing

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Train With Rubber Tires 3f EJll11EllE SCERL


WASHINGTON (AFPS) For Sale One 560-foot long
overland train with 56 rubber tires. Bids accepted by the De- mwCatholic
partment of Defense.

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Saturday Mass-5 P.M. Sunday
Mass 8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass O
Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday CNAvao eNE
ua through Friday 11:30: A.M.
l) Saturday Confessions 10:30: -
Q .11:15: A.M.
You won't find that ad in your local newspaper, but DoD is NATTC
trying to fret rid of the train, all 300-tons of it. Sunday Mass9:30: A.M.B1dg.500Sunday TIDt
It was first offered for sale in 1969, but the winning bidder
bowed out before taking delivery.This Worship -10 A.M.
time around the Defense Department has sweetened the
deal by adding a bonus a giant grab bag of spare parts, including -
6,000 bearing, gaskets, shims, washers, hooks, air bags ProtestantNAVAL
and batteries.
Well-heeled military men interested in bidding on the train-
perhaps for use as a second car should keep in mind the bid : :
that originally won: $103,030.30.JAX AIR STATION

Sunday 1CR _

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Holy Communion 8:30: A.M. AM
Bldg. 750; Church School 9:15:

AIR NEWS A.M.Youth.Worshipnursery( -grade

9) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship
Service 10:30: A.M. Bldg. 750; J
Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30
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P.M. Bldg. 722 Senior Youth
each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station ;
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Fellowship1:30: P.M.Bldg. 722.
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must be forwarded to the Public Affairs 0//lce, Box 2, NAS
Jacksonville' by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. New Christian Science Service 7
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Write Your Will Now




To Get In Last WordBy


Lt.C.B.Smiley,JAGC,USNR
(Member of the Alabama bar)

Jax-Most people enjoy getting in the last word, and that is exactly u fiM1
what willenablesyou to do.It permits gifts to be made after the giver tx d
has already enjoyed the use of his possessions. More important, it
enables him to decided who will participate in the division of this A r4\t.\
estate-and who will not.
In point is the recent case of a retired gentlemen who issued a
stinging rebuff to certain relatives who had neglected him for years.
lie donated their expected parts of his estate to charity.Imagine their
shock upon realizing that failure to write a few Christmas cards had
cost them many thousands of dollars!
A will is also used to name the person who distributes the property ,
under the terms of the will, called the executor if he is a man, or the \4J ____
executrix in the case of a woman. A recommendation as to who wouldbe L.
the choice of guardian for surviving children is frequently made; = '- --_ "--
however, this is not binding on the court which must make its own
determination SHOTGUN CEREMONY A hillbilly foursome stages an eccentric wedding scene for the cameraof
PH1 Lewis Oberbreck the Saturday night 'Sadie: Hawkins' social sponsored by the Navy Wives
Actually, the writing of a will is a great privilege which began with
Club Jax 86. Administering the nuptial vows to Joe and Linda Bretton Is Lewis Sexton. Standing
kings, slowly was given to the nobility, and only very much later was
given to the ordinary person.Land,for instance,in olden times always 'armed guard' at the ceremony is Charles Davis.
reverted back to the kings.Of .
course this privilege is not absolute. There are a number of
restrictions on how far a man can go in disposing of his property after
he has passed on. He cannot aviod paying his creditors, who will be
paid before anything else is distributed, nor can he avoid paying the
goverment its due. although a skillfully planned estate even if large
may aviod having anything due the goverment.Even after payment of
debts and taxes, a man cannot, without prior written agreement with
his wife,avoid the distribution of a part of his estate to her though they
may have been separated for years.
The court also has discretion as to not permitting gifts which are
agalnstthe public good and has a duty to strike down any provisions of a
will which prevents the sale of his land for too long a period.
Another basic fact is that a will does not take effect until the maker- *
called the Testator,or Testatrix if a woman-dies; and it can be revised
during his or her lifetime as dictated by changing circumstances. Of
course, the revision requires a new will-or codicil-which requires the t1io
same formality of execution as the earlier will.
Wills are one of the documents prepared by COMFAIRJAX Law
Center free of charge to the serviceman and his dependents. For
usual wills, less than an hour of your time is needed, approximatelythirty
minutes for an Initial Interview plus fifteen minutes at a later
date for the execution of the will.
Having a will can be a real blessing to your family, not only in peace
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Navy Needs. New Specialist I

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i t .n. constructive thoughtand enlisted transfer and special duty
tributing
Cecil..In a recent message off duty request via their
amount of commandingofficer
Naval a great
of
the Chief
released
by abuse to the Chief of
of drug Naval
the problem
time to
is lookingfor
Operations, the Navy
Personnel must be able to Personnel.A .
to be qualified specialistson control.
men the drug user. mininmum of 10 weeks instructional
the ever present subject of work with and help
al training will be takenat
ti drug abuse. The message said: All interested personnel interested the Service Schools Command
'To ensure our Navy is truly in being assigned to this San Diego, California ,
dedicated toward making every type of duty should submit an .
effort to increase the awarenessof w w-----

it Navy personnel as related to
the legal, moral, and health
y As aspects of unauthorized use of
4 dangerous drugs. Education in

this area must be intensified. .
Exceptionally well qualifed
Mr*. Ruth Skapyak, presents a trophey to Mrs. Betty Dettamort volunteers are being sought for

I assignment to drug abuse at

Best TalkerThe service training commands.schools and' recruit

Sortes Toastmistress Club Alaska and ShreveportLa. Betty Requirements for this type of
held their first speech contest is always striving for self. duty are, be a volunteer, be
Saturday night at the Officer's improvement in her work as wellas serving in pay grade E-5 and
Recreation Facility, NAS, Cecil her hobbies of sewing, and above. Qualified personnel who
Field, Florida. The four semi- being backseat driver when her are ordered to an afloat com
finalists were Betty Detamore, husband is flying his small plane. mand must have a minimum of 24
Louise Beard, Florence Span and Second place winner was months remaining active
Sharon Arnold. Judges were Louise Beard, who was the obligated service, or agree to
Capt. T.T. Coleman, Com Charter President and is extend the current enlistment to
manding Officer, NAS Cecil Field currently club representative.She provide for this mininmum I :2 =''w
Mr. Harley Steeres, Mrs. Donna spoke on fulfillment Louise period of obligation service.
Lucas, Mrs. Robert Sanford. The has also served as president of Morerequirements are that
winner was Betty Detamore, Jacksonville Crown Chapter of applicant be at least 21 years of
current president of the club, who American Business Women age, present a neat, trim appearance
spoke on vision.Betty is a charter Assoc. and is their current vice- In both military and
member and past treasurer of president Her many interests civilian attire, not reflect any The result.Capt T.T. Coleman presents Commander A.W.
Sortes. She has a background in include fishing, sewing and indication of adverse personal Fort, past Public Works Officer with the latest conservation award
Little Threatre work and has trying to out bowl her husband, traits, financial irresponsibilityor won by NAS Cecil Field. This award Is for 'Meritorious Achievement'
helped to form groups in Kodiak, Vance. encumbering marital or pursuant to ,the Department of Defense Natural Resources Conservation
family problems. Persons must Program during the year 1969. The award Is based on each
be capable of performing his installation's efforts to conserve it's natural resources and prevent
-$ .zz r duties in a independent environment pollution of the environment.
with minimal Those present from left to right are: J.W. Hetzler, J.E. McDonald,
Y ..II II J Nu NIINNNnSSIw NU supervision, be keenly motivated J.F. Nettles, Commander A.W. Fort, Captain T.T. Coleman, J. P.

AL BONATI toward, and capable of con Cline, and C.F. Bateman.

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Marine I RAdm. Greer Highlights ;




Wives N tiC 1, ,; Annual Nartu InspectionJax


NewsJaxThe RAdm. Howard E. Greer commander Naval

Air Reserve Force and chief of Naval Air Reserve

Marine Wives Club of i' Training, visited the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
Jacksonville held their March % (NARTU) here Saturday to conduct the unit's 25th
meeting Monday with
Becky
Samberg presiding. Annual Military Personnel Inspection.More .

The ladies discussed Cdr. Ott's than 1,500 active duty and '
invitation to enter a float in the Selected Air Reserve personnelwere ,
upcoming Navy Exchange in ranks for the event. The .; r
celebration parade. The idea was AMPI the one time each year
approved unanimously and plans that the entire reserve community
were initiated for the float's gathers together at one a
design. location. Accordingly, it is a time A
Following the meeting, of reunion and reacqualntance ,...

refreshments' were served and .... for members who may never see
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the wives made plans to attend each other during the remainderof
the'Creative Wife' program soon ASSUMES OFFICE- Becky Samberg (I), the newly elected Marine the year due to different
to get underway sponsored by the Corps Wives Club president, accepts the gavel from past President monthly drill schedules.But .
CPO Wives Club. Marie Slocumb, symbolizing her new post. renewing old friendships is
not the principal reason for the
AMPI. The Admiral takes an

Defense Secretary Holds annual in. person look at each of RAdm. Crttr
the 16 training activities under
. his command to gain first hand reserve debut.FSJ's should begin

Impressions of the spirit and arriving at Miramar In April.
School morale of his men. Carrier decks are becomingmore
High SessionSecretary
Rap The visit also provides him an available and, if the trend
opportunity to see how well each continues, pilots will be
activity Is operating and find out carqualed on a two year cycle
of Defense Melvin R. educational benefits, the housing volunteer service on college if there .
are any problems. The Instead of a three year cycle.
Laird 'rapped' with more than problems and other These two positionsare ,
many campuses.
AMPI Is the best
means for the 'I think all this adds to whatwe've
up
100 select high school students- problems that need to be certainly not consistent and admiral to
the
assess state of the been looking for
two from each state and the corrected and we are working in so we need the kind of un- nation wide Naval a
Air Reserve reserve force that Is
truly ready -
District of Columbia-at the that area. derstanding for the military
Training Command and guide all a force that Is capable of
Pentagon February 4, outlining 'There is also the need..to have service that does not exist in toward the taking
goal of reserve Its place along side Its fleet
for them some recent changes the respect and the un- some quarters as far as our readiness.In In
within the Department of derstanding that is so needed of country is concerned at the the counterparts. August or
addressing large September of this ,
groupof year we planto
Defense. the service that's time.
being per- present reservists the admiral
stated: exercise an attack air wing
The gathering was part of the formed by the men and women of One student commented that 'It has become
apparent that the aboard ship In cyclic operations
youths' participation in the ninth our military services as they 'perhaps one of the reasons some Air Reserve is
enjoying,as never utilizing ordnance this will be
annual week-long U.S. Senate serve their country to meet the Americans don't have confidence before the
support and the graduation exercise for
Youth Program, a project to national security requirementswhich in the Defense Department is recognition that it deserves. concerted efforts toward our
further the interest of high school this country has in order to because they feel the Defense 'Here at NARTU Jacksonville, readiness.' top
student body leaders in political maintain and live up to the treaty Department has not been placing it is a pleasure to observe what
careers and goverment service. obligations which we have en- confidence in them and in confidence has been accomplished in the An inch-deep acre of wet
Reduced Man power tered into and have been con- is willing to give them short time since the snow can yield more than 5.300
firmed under Constitutional Information so they can see whatis gallons of water, while a similar {

.' 'The most important change; provisions by our United States going on.' '. reorganization ago. began_ one year now amount may produce of light only powdery 1,300

the Secretary said, 'has been in Senate..There must be a better Information Is Available. 'The vital role that NARTU Jax gallons.
the manpower requirements understanding of this kind of plays in the reserve community
of the Department of Defenseas contribution by the men and We're giving out more in- is becoming increasingly important
we plan for the national women of our military services formation about our activities in with the stand down of U. ako ., lity
security of our country.* and we must have the kind of Southeast Asia than at any time S. Fleet activities and the rapid
Laird said that Vietnamization respect, the kind of admiration in the history of any American Soviet naval expansion.'In .
has had a 'a tremendous effect which is needed and necessary in involvement in combat, any the past 12 months we have -
upon the overall manpower order to attract young people.' place in the world,' Laird replied.'We seen great changes take place In
program in the Department of College Recruiting Programs will continue to give out as the Naval Air Reserve. The to a Socialist
Defense..With the presentationof much information as we possiblycan. reorganization provides a
the (Fiscal Year 1792)) budget, Laird said: 'We must have .' modern employable force. The WE MAINTAIN IT
we will have reduced American freedom to recruit on our college Besides meeting with Secretary reserve force aircraft inventoryhas WITH LOVING CARE
military power by over one campuses just like any other Laird, the students were also been upgraded with F 811's, TOM lUSH T
million, and that is a part of our segment of our society can briefed by officials at' the KA-3B's E IB's, P 3A's, and Y.ICswNeeIeermce4
program to reduce draft calls by recruit on our college campuses. Departments of State and the necessary support equipmentto *
July 1, 1973. to zero.' Many of the people that are Justice, the Supreme Court, and realistically maintain them.
'An All-Volunteer Force' said against Selective Service are also met with other legislative and 'The A.7A will shortly make its 9850 Atlantic Blvd.
Secretary Laird, 'requires against the freedom to recruit for government leaders.

certain actions, of course, by the
Congress and certain support as
far as the American public is
concerned. First, we need support -
to bring military pay scalesin

our starting levels up to It's too late
compete with other sections in never

our society on the manpower

market.More' Incentives Needed to save !

'It isn't just a question\ ,
however,' he continued, 'of pay
and allowances as far as the d '
attractiveness of military serviceis 1l' .. Use the convenient 24-hour

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from tho Bookshelf

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: 'Soul On Ice' submitted by the Cecil Field PUBLISHER: Stein and Day,
AUTHOR: Eldridge Cleaver station librarian. CWO
REVIEWED BY AEI W.L. BOOK: 'QB VII' The Strategic Air Command's
Jackson AUTHOR: LEON URIS nuclear bombers are airborne.
One can now find many books PUBLISHER: Doubleday, C1970 Minuteman missle sites are "!II.' ... .... -6F 4.
by black authors and a giant This dramatic new novel by the switched on, nuclear submarine Lt. XKilfcy Lt. WaldropIntelligence
among these is Eldridge author of 'Exodus' and 'Topaz' is fleet is submerged and operating
Cleaver's 'Soul On Ice'. based on an actual event: a libel under sealed orders. Russia's Officers
In a collection of essays and suit brough against a best-selling missile countdown is holding at
letters from California's Folsom Amercan author by a knighted two hours from zero and Red
State Prison, Cleaver discussesthe doctor who claimed the author China has mobilized and gone to Earn Medals at FiceurJax
forces which shaped his life. had defamed him in a novel. 'QB 'Condition Yellow'.
His experience Is typical of the VII' (Queen's Bench, Court Then,with the world only hours
inner turmoil which besets most Number VII) is the stage for the away from nuclear destruction, Two officers attached to the Fleet IntelligenceCenter
black Americans as they become most unusual and electrifyinglegal U.S. Senator Hugh McGavin U S. Naval Forces Europe (FICEUR) have
Increasingly aware of their battle in British history. asks, 'What if the atomic bomb ,
medals honoring their performance and
blackness. The novel explores the doesn't work?' been awarded
'Soul On Ice' is essential backgrounds and motivations of This novel asks many question.It achievements.
reading for anyone interested in the concentration camp doctor dramatized the futile treadmillof Commendation AwardLt. planning branch officer at
understanding 'black'.' For the and the writer, and captures the the arms race. 'The Jesus FICEUR from March, 1969 to
black American, it is madatorylThe drama of the trial, and finally Factor' moves from Washingtonto Robert V. O'Kelley was Feb. 1971.
comes to the unusual verdict. Hiroshima, from Moscow to a presented the Navy Commendation His citation states that his
tiny island named Tinian in the Medal in recognition 'extraordinary sustained per
BOOK: "The Jesus Factor' South Pacific where young Hugh of his meritorious performance of formance during this period .
following book reviews are AUTHOR: Edwin Corley McGavin flew the first atomic duty while serving as the target Included a number of specific
bombing mission in 1945. analysis and missile mission dramatic improvements and
J original contributions to the

intelligence support provided by
the Fleet Intelligence Center,
Europe, which vividly attest to
his unique pursuit of professional
excellence and substantial
Ed Sullivan achievement.

'; ; <: 'He was solely responsible for
.Jt .: the formulation and production of
the U. S. Naval Forces, Europe
1 ,." .' Planning Facilities List and the

." goes .J (, planning and supervision of the
"I revision of all mission planning
folders, accomplishments which
provided planning staffs and
flight crews with sorely needed,
.' military : comprehensive intelligence
; : material
; -
1- 1 ;
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oJ,. "The introduction of a new plan
further complicated by fleet
requirements to meet curtailed

; March 7th operational deadlines ,
, on necessitated a quantum jump in
.
-'.. \ the rapidity and quantity of
1 "IZ target folder production.
.:.',. :
t Navy AchievementLt.
: Don't miss it. Ed will present military talent '""*. *". d David H. Waldrop of the

.:: selected from the U.S. Armed Forces Music Festivals : FICEUR Air Operations
4 ; the
4. '\- Department was presented
world-wide Navy Achievement Medal for
sponsored by Bristol-Myers/Monarch Corporation
meritorious achievement with
." Commander Attack Carrier Air
Wing 15 aboard the aircraft
PLUS carrier USS Coral Sea as senior
intelligence officer from Oct. 1969
These top entertainers who starred to May 1970.'

II His citation reads in part: 'Lt.
in the Music Festivals.
fk Waldrop distinguished himself by

, }. ., c-: presenting outstanding intelligence -
ALAN KINGJEANNIE briefings and
displayed an acute perspective in
e C. RILEY ",4. his ability to peruse myriad data
and summarize the relevant facts
'
ROY CLARK tUI1 with alacrity .
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: 'His ability to disseminate
LOUIS NYE current defenses strike
: } : \,. .n enemy ,
,
\\1'' plans, search and rescue efforts,
.' TERESA GRAVES '. \ flight restrictions and rules of
;
e THE "BLOSSOMS OF SPRING"S engagement materially to the knowledge contributed of all

aircrews and the eventual success
:
.. ; of the strike efforts.'

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Many CHAMPUS beneficiariespay per family for two or more __-l- I. ______ .# R I Ia r'
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War CasualtiesSince
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ago, approximately 2,635,000 U.S. military casualties have been

sustained in nine major conflicts. By comparsionjn 1968 there were

4,328,500 accidental deaths and disabling injuries and 17 million less

'. ._- :" serious injuries In American homes/
Akl The of than 21
thought more
$
$flt.Marines PISS
MSgt Ferg million accidental injuries in one

year eight times the toll of all The likelihood of someone in

wars Is staggering. Yet the your family being Injured at

PromotedJAX figure reflects a trend that has home this year Is surprisinglyhigh.

been consistent since 1928 when Approximately one out of

Three NCO's from the Marine Aviation Training Support Group here have been promoted. compilation of accurate statistics every 10 people is Injured each

They are MSgt. Gerald E. Ferg, food services chief GySgt. Edward K. AM, an Instructor at the AO began. year in a home accident.

'A'School.;and SSgt. Richard A. Pass,a student at the AE 'B' School Congratulations) The most frequent cause of Although of these injurieswill
many
death and is from
. a. injury falling be minor, there is no way to
one level to another, such as on
predict the severity of specific
stairs and ladders. In order of
cases; Momentary distraction,
frequency, this is followed by
Inattention or carelessness can
.. : Qj fires and burns, poisoning, just as quickly result in a fatal or

..,.p''.. ... y c/vGJe/Y firearms, suffocation from disabling injury as a minor one.
,, food or objects poisoning by
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mechanical suffocation. Persons attention to safety at home as on

Friday March SBREAKFASTButtered Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, GriddleCakes most susceptible to accidental the job. Anything short of this

A Hominy Grilled Luncheon Meat injury and death are children leads to the unacceptable
Grits Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggsto Creamed Chipped Beef Cottage Fried
under five and adults 65 years of prospect of becoming another
Order French Toast Choice of Fish Potatoes, Iced Clnammon Raisin
Fillets Ham Slices Hash Brown Rolls. age and older. statistic. 4

,L, Potatoes, Blueberry Muffins.DINNER..Manhattan. DINNER-Beef Rice Soup, Yankee
Clam Pot Roast Beef.Stock Gravy, Rissole
Chowder Baked Meat Loaf or Baked Potatoes, Steamed Rice, Lyonnaise
i Tuna and Noodles, Brown Gravy, Wax Beans, Buttered Broccoli,
: Mashed Potatoes Macaroni with Martha Washington Cream Pie.
: :r Tomatoes & Cheeese, Buttered Green SANDWICH LiNE-Variety Meat
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SANDWICH LINE.Flsh Portion SUPPER-Creole Soup, Barbecued O
Sandwich. Pork Loin, Barbecue Sauce, French
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Fried Fish or El Rancho Slew Home Buttered Green Peas, Boston Cream
Fried Potatoes, Buttered Broccoli Pie.
Spears, Mexican Corn, Blueberry Pie. Wednesday,March 10 a
Saturday,M.rch'BREAKFAST.Chllled BREAKFAST-Hot Farina, Hard w
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Juice, Hot Hominy Grits, Hard Boiled French Toast Grilled Bacon Slices
Eggs ,.Fried Eggs to Order French Creamed Ground Beef Hash Brown .'wr.J
Toast Griddle Cakes, Choice of Potatoes, Iced Bear Claws.
Bacon, Ham or Minute Steaks Hash DINNER-Pepper Pot Soup, Roast ou,
Brown Potatoes, Pecan Rolls. Boneless Veal, Brown Gravy, Mashed I f .. N
CAREER CLOSES AOCM Potatoes, Sausage Bread Dressing,
William H. Andre, the Phase I BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Buttered Broccoli Spears, O'Brien
Breakfast Meat Grilled Ham
supervisor at NATTC's AO 'A' or French Corn, Devils Food Cake with Mocha Model C-l
burgers Cheeseburgers
Icing. Don't |lust pMkl' Open, wldi your
School,' retires from the Navy Fried Potatoes. Potato Chips, Baked SANDWICH LINE-Chlll Dogs. eyetl Veu'rt not dreaming I
Beans, Poncho Pound Cake Iced huge It toot family room It I
after 30 of service. Capt.
years SUPPER-French OnionSpup, Beef drum come true In this Bellalrbeauty.
John E. Kennedy, commanding Fruit Filled Snails.SUPPER.Grilled. Pot Pie or Scalloped Tuna & Peas, Separate dining. room. I
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Pork Chops, 1/ Bedroomt f Batht our fondly/
officer of NATTC, conducted the Cream Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes Cauliflower Buttered Egg Simmered Noodles, French Lima Beans Fried, horn M ftntiitlcilly low!1ft 'el.Medii .

ceremony Feb. 26.Jax's Fried Rice, Buttered Green Peas, Ginger Bread with Vanilla Icing.Thursday .
Carrots Buttered Brussel Sprouts, ,March 11
Raspberry Jello with Whipped Top BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal,
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BREAKFAST-Hot Wheat Cereal Pork -
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Order, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Bellalr's' C.4.II lust unbelievable
Swedish Tea RingsDINNERVegetable
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Living Room Dining'
I Cottage Fried Potatoes,Assorted Cake Chicken Whipped Potatoes, Blackeyt Kitchen t Nth end largo
1Z. Doughnuts. Peas, Creole Green Beans, Peach Utility Room. Cloven room ounmstched /.
BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order r styling and tconomy.teparetet
Shortcake with Whipped Topping. ..
Breakfast Meat or Submarine Sandwiches -
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SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Ham :
French Fried Potatoes burgers and Cheeseburgers. ti'!
Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Iced SUPPER-Split Pea Soup, Swiss "
4k'
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GreatestFURNITURE Double Snails, Pecan Pie. Steak, Natural Gravy Mashed .
,
SUPPER-Grllled Beef Steak Potatoes, Mexican Corn, Seasoned /( '
Oven Brown .
Mushroom Gravy Spinach, Strawberry Shortcake with .' .
Potatoes, Simmered Green Beans, Whipped Topping. Model C-I
Harvard Beets French Apple Pie. A c.Mr.l ntr.nc.oy.r
Values! the living and quiet
Puzzler .root of C I. You'll find I
Monday, March I /' B U Y bedrooms: J laths and many
.
WHOLESALE BREAKFAST-Hot Buttered Grits, roomy clot U plus froe separate
"
PRICE TQ EVERYONE Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to 16 dining family room room fireplace Why' not optional(Include!.
Order, French Toast, Grilled Pork 11 In your plans)
Sausage Patties, Minced Beef Hash
OPEN Brown Potatoes Maple Bars. 23
I=VERY DINNER.'Turkey Noodle Soup, 24 NOW !
Roast Turkey Log, Brown Turkey 71 111
DAY Gravy, Bread Dressing, Mashed
Potatoes, Buttered Green Beans 1

SUNDAY Beets In Orange Sauce, Strawberry
Model C-lt 1
P.M.SURPLUS. Chiffon Pie.SANDWICH. Add It(II up end you will Me why
TIL 6
LINE-Grilled Ham Itilt li M popular a modelj tBtdroomi
burgers and Cheeseburgers. I laths, hugt
tcreened In porch, lorg utility l
SU PPE R-Vegetable Soup, Braised I Interest t t Rates t long low iwMpIng llnej truly I
Liver & Onions or Beef Porcupines, tlno horn on a modest budget
GOODS Brown Gravy, Lyonnaise Potatoes,
Baked Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered Its may never be lower! 'j E'
Mixed Vegetables, Glazed Crullers.

DISCOUNT STORE Tuesday, March'BREAKFAST..Chllled Pineapple How many darts must be Now is the time to buy!
thrownpolnts7 to score exactly 100
10135 Beach Blvtf, 724-262 Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Hard BoiledCySgt.

Ai the Inflation spiral' continues prices of |lust Medel C-ia
bout everything art Increatlng.' But the Two cers can root comfortebly. In
the roomy garage of C 11,and you
VALUE of homes It Increasing' It. Mill' have lots Of storage room. A
tremendous rate also So don't delay,buy that classic courtyard entrance,
S ,S ca i'eC.erlas Standing Boulevard home of your dreams In quiet, comfortable spacious living and dining .r....
House of Quality Foods Phone m.9223 fireplace three bedrooms plus
too many closets to count1/
combine to make this the
is 'IIvl/lOn" Bellalr' model built
is Every FRIDAY Night $17,7 5 0 to '21 ,0 0 0
Every SATURDAY Night FAMILY NIGHT


STEAK 179 Chicken Your choice of&

Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED CommunltylBELL.A.lR!
79

NIGHT I Dumplings or : : : : ,

Chopped Steak HOME BUILDERS: INC.:

3/4 Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter Member of National Jacksonville Home Builders Associations ...


LUNCH 11 AM tll2 PM DINNER4PMtil8PMWatth You're cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience

Thru Sat 10 A.M.to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Blvd. (Hwy No. 21))
For Our Lunch*


10 MARCH 4, 1971
JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


Student Ability



.c Wins Commendation Letter



Jax.Sgt. Robert William
Cavanaugh, received a letter of
# tit
commendation from Capt. JohnE.
; Kennedy, NATTC com- w ''tj
manding officer. The letter was j tom"'
.
presented by Lt Col. L.E. l Mk
i Q Blanchard,MATSG commanding
officer.
? \ The commendation read
: I 'during the period of Aug.10,1970
through Feb. 18, 1971, Sgt.
_
Cavanaugh demonstrated
superior ability in the performance
of his duties as a "
::
student in the Aviation Elec

___ kfd' trician's Mate (Advanced)
__ Course, Class B.
He completed a 25.6 week
course as honor man of his class /\k
-L with an average of 77.22.
Sgt Cavanaugh's achievement
reflects a sincere desire for
PROMOTED-Cdr.W.L Walden,Fleet Air Jacksonville safety officer,has his new shoulder boards educational improvement, '
I adjusted| by his wife Elizabeth and son Chuck. Cdr.Waldtn's promotion was marked by a ceremony dedication to duty and conscientious Sgt. Cavanaugh
Friday In the officer of- RAdm.Lawrence Heyworth Jr.,commander Fleet Air,Jacksonville. application.


WE WANT UR BUSINESS Breakfast : Vital Start SPECIALAUTO .



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$1500.00
MODELSTO OFF WAXING ,:; ,,
WASHINGTON-Recent stud. to the failure to eat an adequate
CHOOSE TO SERVICEMEN les indicate a good warm breakfast
FROM breakfast not only puts you in an It works this way: Sugar,. or
HART agreeable mood but provides the glucose, is the form into which $9G
energy you need to keep alert.A starchy food is changed to be 11.99
Mobile Home Action suitable for use by the body. Of
Center sense of fatigue, a feeling of all the energy-yielding materials *VACUUMED
JM07 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD PHONE 7JMS44 tremulousness, and ''a certain supplied by food, glucose is the **DETAIL WASHED ClIANED A HAND INSIOI WAXED OUT
amount of uncoordinated most readily serviceable. When *ONI OA YSERVler .'.
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hypoglycemia, or low blood
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THE INFERNO PRESENTS, '
FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE

"The SAISSANCE"

on FR IDAY and a.m.

BRING YOUR OWN BOTTLE
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now, you're only 10 minutes away BUNCH EON tHESE sP E ClA REJUS"S 0'11 CHANG'A FEW?'DAILY


from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain .VEAL SCALLOP BEEF\CORDON BLEU DINNERS

VEAL or ENGLAND BOILED
VARIOUS NEW GOULASH
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..HOMEMADESEAFOOOS

.. (Whirs the Good Life is Included in the rent) e fRESII speclall.- ..

11This week S \95
We have 4(yes six) swimming pools. 0 Plus 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville,Fla. FI.KABOB
shuffleboard and badminton. 0 With Phone:781.3818 SMIS : DotatoOn
congenial young neighbors to help enjoy| them. ? RENTING HOURS: BEEF nd baked
M
r D All only one .block from golf and an. Y ,, ?o.rwh Mon.Thru Sat.:8:30-6:30: : ;Sun. 1.6:30: a skewers with '
elementary school -with other schools, shopping
centers and boating minutes away. You T DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt Blvd., t"L
can get to Cecil Field or the Naval I Air Station ; turn right on San Juan-Continue past :
Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
In 10 minutes downtown Jacksonville in 15.
rj Apartments have Individually controlled -turn left to apartments. w-yyikO-l
heating and air conditioning, carpeting, '
draperies,and sliding glass door to courtyard y, A
or balcony 0 And you move Into a 1 or 2 e
apartment today. Furnished or un. ,
a furnished. yRLENbedroom '
'120JACKSONVILLE G;& WooOAPARTMENTS
')I FROM GARDEN 4

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MARCH 4, ))971 .
JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 11.


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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY

Publisher ; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Movie Schedule
'
Call: 388-2755
JAX AIR NEWS : .

NAS Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than .
: Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. .. .'. '. ''I .. 1'1 .' ,,'. .. .. .
.. .. -..
LATWINGER : Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be ---
published the following week unless the
MAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Thursday,March 4 Monday,March 8
money order for the full cost of the ad must be
: received WITH the copy for the ad. NAS: 'ITALIAN JOB' Color NAS: 'NO WAY TO TREAT A

4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE Minimum charge (lines) $2.00 comedy adventure starring LADY' Color comedy starring
.. Per additional line Michael Caine and Noel Coward.'G' Rod Steiger and Lee Remlck.'GP' .
((4 words per line) SOc
Jacksonville Florida ,
G ((101 mins.) VG (108 mins.
HOSPITAL: 'MCKENZIE

HOSPITAL: 'ONE MORE BREAK'

MUST SELL TIME' Color comedy starring

EMPLOYMENTSERVICE 64 VOLVO 1800 S, AM, FM Radio, Peter Lawford and Sammy Tuesday,March 9
RENTALS Good Engine,Only S300. Contact Lt. J. Davis, Jr. 'GP' G (90 mins.).
J. Ryan 781 1877.4S .
ZAG'Color
NAS: 'ZIG mystery

WIVES LAKE SHORE VW SQUARE BACK starring George Kennedy, Anne
CLERICALJOBS OF ALL KINDS Small, Clean, Large yard, private S570 Friday, March 5 Jackson and Eli Wallach. 'GP' G
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or entrance. No pets. Utilities turn ASTROMOTORS ((104 mins.)
1022 Park Street, 3547888. (deposit), $50. 3894275. 6566 Normandy Blvd. NAS: 'THE GYPSY MOTHS HOSPITAL: 'NO WAY TO

ORANGE PARK 66 VW Color drama starring Burt TREAT A LADY'

RET. OFFICERSMSC 2 BR.,Apt. Furn.,5 mlns. to NAS, Will 38,500 miles. Like new. S1100. Cdr. Lancaster and Deborah Kerr. 'R'
and ,Medical WO'S, EX-HM'S Technician, USN Positions.for RN rent 2646884.to TAD Personnel or bachelors. Smith, Cecil Field, Ext. 109110. E ((110 mins.) Wednesday,March 10

Apply Personnel Office, Florida State
Prison, Raiford, Fla. 32083. Phone 431. 67 CORVETTEVery HOSPITAL: 'ITALIAN JOB' NAS: 'THERE WAS A
1212. FOR SALEOR RENT Clean, Dark Green Conv. 327 CROOKED MAN' Color western
RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your 350 HP 771-5126 after 7.
PART-TIME LABORI. equity or let us rent your home. comedy starring Kirk Douglas,
Some nights, Sat. & Sun. $1.65 per hr. REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for U PONTIAC2Dr. Saturday,March 6 Henry Fonda and Burgess
Call 353-4641 after 5:30.: map or sales and rental list. Call Hardtop, R & H. Meredith. 'R' G (126 mins.)
Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. 1570.ASTROMOTORS. NAS: 'CANNON FOR CORDOBA HOSPITAL: 'ZIG ZAG'WESTSIDE
ORANGE PARK REALTY
western starring
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY Color
fMISCELLANEOUSrINCOME 6566 Normandy Blvd. George Peppard and Raf

ORANGE PARK 49 OLDS CUTLASS'S'AT Vallone. 'GP' G ((104 mins.
2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dishwasher
PS, AC, R 8. H, Good. Rubber.
Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth
Cond. Cecil Field 8151 Home 771 ro
Exc.
HOSPITAL: 'THE GYPSYMONTHS'
TAX Apts. 7710405 or. 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. 4187. p
Returns prepared by appointment AR
evenings and weekends. G. H. Young, O DODGE 440 rs
LCdr.,SC, USN (Ret.), Phone 355-7460 2 Br.,LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., Good Paint, and Rubber, Fact. Air,
Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off
after 6:30: p.m. street. Water, Garbage & Sewage PS, R & H, AT. A. 1 Condition. Cecil Sunday,March 7 Complete Line at
Field 8151 Home 771 4187.
Furn $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (plus PARTS & SUPPLIES
BE A RADIO OR tax) 387-2541. Weekends 389.0744. NAS 'MCKENZIE BREAK'
TVANNOUNCERRecorded : Special Service Discount
message by leading an. U VW SEDAN Color: war drama starring Brian
nouncer tells you h\w. Call any hour. TAKE OVER PAYMENTSon Radio and Heater Keith and Helmut Griem. 'GP' 1926 Park Ave.Ph.244-1204
3552944. 1970, 12' x 50', 2 bedroom Captlla. IS70ASTROMOTORS ORANGE PARK
VG ((106 mins.)
5447 Arrow Lane. (Off 103rd St. near
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS NAS Cecil.) Financed thru Jax Navy 6566 Normandy Blvd. HOSPITAL: 'CANNON FOR
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape Credit Union. CORDOBA'
players. At dealers cost to liquidate AUTOMOBILE FURN.TO CALIF.
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409.AiRCONDITIONINOSERVICE Call 384 2195 for Information.

i MOBILE HOMESJUSTISSTRAILERPARK /0"' 70 CHALLENGER RT
440 4 Speed PB, Pi. Call between 4
Auto AC, Room units, Central Units. and 8 p.m. 764 7182.
Repairs. Reasonable VOLKSWAGEN, INC.
Tyler's Heat and Air Condo 65BUICKELECTRA.S800Convertible
388-5161 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Full Power, R Si H, One
4711 Palmer lake Shore trailer and Apts. 3893007. Owner, Excellent Condition. Call 781' SELLING USED CARS
0366 after 5.

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH LIVING OFJACKSONVILLEAZalea
MOBILE
Wllford's Fish Camp 2649707. Mobile Home Park) 'V mile GLASS BOAT AND MOTOR 100 GUARANTEE
%
north of NAS, lots and rentals. Near 23,000 BTU, Air Conditioner; DinetteSet. I
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. schools and shopping center. Clean, Ext.3732 or Ulmert711.8376.
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. and reasonable rates, Manager on
Pick up & Delivery Available. premises. Children and pets wlecome. R ED'S$TR3
Grooming, Defining & Bathing. 6301 Roosevelt 3846264.TRANSPORTATION'. Body In good cond., Needs paint and
67 Valiant
Mastercharge a. BankAmerlcard some minor repairs. Asking 500. $1095
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 Phone 3165 or 264 5504. V-8, Auto. Trans., R & H.
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. .
::
: 68 Rambler American $1295
: :
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LADIES BASKETBALLCecil Door Sedan, Auto. Trans., Air Conditioned. Blue with White
Field Gym. Thurs. 8-10 A.M. top.

Information 7864675. '289' Stick, Good 66 MUSTANG Tires, New Brakes, J .. 66 Ford LTD Door $995

FOR SALE: 772 1068 after 5 p.m. .; 4-Door, V-8, Auto Trans., Factory Air, Power Steering and

Used clothing, furniture and Brakes, R & H.
housewares. Good condition. Call 771 CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS
66
Olds
6757, CHEVY WAGONAT DEER SPRINGS ESTATES Delta $995
_______
PS, PB,
Accepts Bids As Is. Door Sedan, Green, Loaded!
FURNITURE FOR SALE 69 FORD MUSTANG Keystone Heights
Rug $20, Couch $30, Chair $10 and $25,. New Eng..Vinyl top, New paint & By Appointment 69 Ford Cortina $10954Speed
Navy trunks, Desks, Dining Room tires. $199 Transmission.
(table with 6'' chairs, Maple .set. 3
,
T. Madisonor
Call A.
Chest of Drawers, 2 twin beds, end Ron Rohrer Clyde W..Simpson ft Co. 69 Ford LTD Station Wagon $1895Automatic
tables, Ig. bed frame. Mrs. Frank Ext.2431 or 387.5622 ,,/ ,- RULTOi 356.6849
Morgan 1222 South Edgewood Avenue WE FINANCE Transmission.

. 3847729. TWO 69 VW Sedans $1795Air
64 RAMBLER WAG.
FOR SALE $370 Conditioned,R & H, White or Blue.

GERMANSHEPHERDPUPS 6-cyllnder,stick. Classified Ads
AKC Champ. Bloodline. Shots & ASTRO MOTORS 68 VW Sedan $1350Radio

Wormed, $80. 791.5599 or 772-1728 6566 Normandy Blvd. and Heater, Green.
Work Wonders
67 VW Sedan
'Glitterbug' $1295
CHINESE PUGS AKC BARBECUEComplete
For You
Blue, Radio &
Black & Fawn.. Wormed, shots. Call Heater.

3899985. ,osPHONE 68 Karmann Ghia $17954Speed

FOR SALE: waN't Radio and Heater. Air condItIoned.
2 White Male Persian Cats.Declawed. CHICKEN DINNER
264 8320. 68 VW Fastback $1695..

4-Speed, Radio and Heater.

: ',. $100Forrest 69 VW Squareback $2295Air
: REAL.ESTATE'.:Y ;.
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: Conditioned, Radio and Heater, Auto. Trans., Extra Sharp!


High Choral
CASHI WESTSIDE
We buy equities AssociationSATURDAY
Louise T. Bailey

771.3605 Broker VOLKSWAGEN INC. -,.

MARCH 6, 1971 ,
'HIDDEN WATERS' 10 A.M. til 6 P.M.
Black Creek, CanaJ! or Lake lots '1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511
available. Excellent fishing, boating, Next to Westside Atlantic Bank
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also Corner 388.2755 Open Daily to 8:30 Saturday I to S

permanent home area. High, wooded HARLOW BLANDING Sunday 1 to 6PMI
lots.r.Ivms: ,.one,mile ,UK*.'. .-- ..... .b- ---- - -
Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 725-3992.




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MARCH 4, 1971Traffic
PAGE 12 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER_ _


Destroyer Named For



ViolationsJaxThe Black Aviation Officer

LT kill. .

WASHINGTON-The Navy will pointment as a Naval midshipman
fR name a destroyer escort in honor in 1947.
following report of of Jesse L. Brown, the first black The ship will be 438 feet long, 47
motor vehicle accidents: and naval aviator, Navy Secretary feet at the beam, displace 4.100
traffic violations for the period of John H. Chafee has announced tons and be designed for locatingand
Feb. 1521. The keel will be laid at Avondale destroying enemy sub-
Shipyards, Westwego, La., April marines.
Number of Accidents t. -
Ens. Jesse LeRoy Brown was
This period 5 the first black American naval Local Scouts
This period a year ago 14 officer to lose his life in combat in
Total accidents this year 39 the Korean Conflict. He was
Total accidents through this killed In action Dec. 5 1950, and Hold
period last year CO posthumously awarded the BanquetJax

Total number of days since last Distinguished Flying Cross.
injury in motor vehicle accident Secretary Chafee said, 'It is Last Friday the annual
156. particularly fitting that we honor pot luck Blue and Gold Banquet
the memory of this distinquished of Cub Scouts, Pack 251, was
Number of days since an injury
Navyman during Negro History
successfully held at Galley 3
last year at this time 6. '--- ..._ ._. ----- Week.' aboard this station.
CONGRATULATIONS ADR2 Robert Wtliant of AMD's power Ens. Brown was born Oct 13, The Support Service Directorof
Number of Violations
plants division receives I hearty handshake and congratulations from 1926, in Hattiesburg, Miss., and Boy Scouts, George Handley,
57
This period 11 LCdr. R. E. Jastremskl,assistant maintenance officer, as he receiveshis enlisted in the Naval Reserve In was the guest speaker and
Speeding Reckless'driving 0 honorable discharge prior to reenlisting for four more years. 1946. lie accepted an ap- Chaplain Boyer, of NATTC, gave

Going through stop sign 7 the invocation.
Other Violations 39 Two Wave Lieutenants To Bob Cats awards were
Ten lost driving.and parking presented by John Mulrennan,
privileges aboard the station for committee chairman, to Victor
various periods; eleven were Serve White House Aides Powers, Robert Lee Taylor, Joel
as
assigned to complete an eight- Powers, Jerry Turner, Alan
hour course in remedial driving; Schulman, Richard Schulman,
four received suspensions; six WASHINGTON Wave Lieutenants Balink works in the Protocol formal and state dinners. Dwayne Clard,Ed Wilson,James
were given warnings; five were Linda J. Balink and Office of the Chief of Naval Lieutenants Balink and Black Stanfield, Lawton Hammond,
dismissed; eleven were fined Marianne M. Blackburn spend Operations. A native of Fort burn are on special duty usuallyonce and Brady Ward. The Bear
(US. Magistrate); and none were several hours of their off duty Lauderdale, Fla., she has been in a week. They perform the award was presented to David
referred to commanding officers time serving as White House the Navy eight years. same duties as the male officers, Goodard.
for possible disciplinary action. Military Social Aides. They are Miss Blackburn works in the which includes greeting guests at Jerry Turner who is the
Twelve drivers were assessed the first Wave officers ever to office of Legislative Affairs in the door, briefing them on the Webelos' leader presented
32 traffice points. serve in this capacity. the Pentagon. A Wave officer for program and escorting them to Webelos awards to David
They share their duties with three years, she is from Palo reception areas and conducting Wilharm, David Goodard, Tony
Hoagies In Venice, Italy, are three other female officers, one Alto, Calif. receiving lines. Bazar, Tom Davitt and Mark
numbered not by streets but in each from the Army, Air Force The five women made their Before each function, they are Haley
numerical order within each of
six leitierl, or) city districts, National and Marine Corps-and 31 male debut as social aides this past briefed on the guests, includingname Skits and songs by the boys in
Geographic sayt. A officers. Thanksgiving Day. Their pronunciation; customs the different dens made the
stranger finds it all but impossible However, their primary assignment was to greet some 106 and political affairs of the guests'countries evening all the more enjoyable.Any .
to locate a destination military duty comes first Miss wounded Vietnam veterans and and details of theevening's interested boys are invitedto
without a guide. their nurses at a White House activities. join the pack at their next
Prerequisites for selection
as a
dinner. The meeting will be at
---- meeting.
social aide include tact,
They are called upon to serve diplomacy and a pleasing per- Bldg. 1000 (auditorium) on
WISJSIDE || I at daytime functions and evening sonality.USS March 26 at 7 p.m.

*-*" .
"MfNtvyESTan
JACKSONVIUE'S FmEST I tASSAtJlTfWrtT I Navy Test Pilot Sets Flight Records I

JAVEf4yE
I UTU I/\ Ates SERVICE PATUXENT RIVERFlyingan Enterprise (CVAN-65)). and later 70,000 feet This record
$'" AND F-4J, Navy test pilot Capt. The 26-year Navy veteran is was achieved in the spring of 1956
1971 ; : :: ; George C. Watkins logged his deputy commander of the Naval during preliminary evaluation
10,000th hour of flight time-a Air Test Center at Patuxent trials for the Grumman Super
Corolla/ record for pilots of carrier type River Naval Air Station. Tiger F11F-1F.
.. aircraft. Captain Watkins claims In April 1958, he established an
Capt.t Watkins reached the numerous naval aviation official world's altitude record of
mark while recording his 1,323rd records. They include: just under 80,000 feet in the Super
v carrier landing during automatic The first Navy pilot to fly at Tiger, bringing that record backto
W carrier landing tests aboard the altitudes in excess of 61,000 feet the U.S. after an absence of 4
years.
The first Naval aviator to make
1884 UP TO 31 Ml of PREMIUM TIRES 1,000 carrier landings. lie still
.-... PERGALLON PREMIUM hold this record, set in 1962.
Standard The only pilot to have flown

Equipment includes : Reclining Bucket Seats' s.rc more than 6,000 individual flights
enough to fill six logbooks and
White wall tire$ Wheelcovers Nylon carpets start a seventh. The average
Front disc brakes Tinted glass Naval aviator uses two or three
PREMIUM/ logbooks in his career.

Additionally, Capt. Watkins
JACK BUSH Gen r.'Mgr.UYI-' SST plays a Japanese air group
commander aboard the 'Akagi'USS
"These are RELIABLE BUYS !" ( Yorktown) in 20th Century

No Reasonable Deal Refusedl I Bring Your Title. IS a Fox's Tora, Tora, Tora

70 CHEVY NOVA 2-Door Sedan. '350' V-8 engine, Mag wheels, 3-
"STEEL"New
speed trans., R&H WWT. $1"S4f
OPEL SPORTS CAR speed,like new. $2175 Nom eobile
48 AUSTIN AMERICAN whlte, OMPG, Nlctl $"S Belted
M
4' 47 FORD OALAXIE V-a, Auto. trans., R&H. Real nice only $225 Steel Shield p pyCE
down I *"*S 'A Two Bias PlysOf HSUR
44 CHEVY IMPALA 2,Door hardtop. V-0, Auto. trans., Factory air, Dynacor S 1s
Power steering, R&H,WWT,White. Excellent condition. ms "A Two Puncturg.rdDyn. SpECIpti
4$ PONTIAC STATION WAGON A passenger, Auto trans., V 8, Airs .
M be Its'Populu
conditioned, Power steering and brakes. Perfect condition. W '1t PricedAAASTER t
44 OLDS V-8 Auto trans., Power steering and brakes, Factory air,
t R&H,WWT. Low,low mileage-one owner I $75 CHARGE OR BANKAAAERICARD1BIHQOH'
44 FORDGALAXIE'500'2-door hardtop.Real sharp! $7"
43 BUICK LeSABRE door Sedan, Auto. trans., V.8, R&H. PS, Ex.
J-; cellent condition! $A75 [ ][ -
/ 42 wheel'drive,front wheel 2-way hubs,rigged for c:::;", -' --
6 owing. *7MWESTSIDE Let Us Consult You On All
AREA ADDRESS PHONE MANAGER Your Insurance Needs!

i iTIc1oITIA1 Arlington 1044 University Blvd. 725-1111 Bill Hornberger DENNISON
i Westside 532 Cassat Ave. 3(8.7371 Jim
CASSAT AVE. RUder Insurance
1310 Agency
Southslde 3311 Philips Hwy. 38S10 Darrel Nobles
HOUSE OF QUALITY SEflVICE Springfield 17th Main St. 354-9051 Troy Spharler 3823 BLANDING BLVD.
Riverside 205 Stockton St. 388-0782 Tom
PHONE 389 4561 Dunn Phone 771.7985



MARCH 4, 1971 .
JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 13ACHIEVEMENT

.--!.-a ;;ijut -. Students Sell POW Bracelets

k y i

tp isa To Hasten Prisoner Releases

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WASHINGTON In these donation of $2.50 for the nickel.
troubled times there is a great plated bracelets and$3 for copperis
need for unity. VIVA (Voices in requested. These donations are
Vital America), a non profit, used to cover the costs of
non political national student disseminating information on the
organization, is appealing to all POW MIA issue to the com-
Americans, regardless of munity and schools throughoutthe
political beliefs, to demonstratetheir nation.
concern for American
+ prisoners of war. Yeomen May

VIVA students are distributinga
f POW MIA bracelet to create a
level of personal involvement anda Switch To
visible display of Americans
uniting behind a common cause.
Each bracelet is engraved with PN
: Rating
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i -- the name of a POW or a man
missing in action in Southeast
WINNERS-Standing with NATTC Commanding Officer Capt. John E. Kennedy Asia, and the date he was lost. It WASHINGTON-Yeoman in
are four petty officers who received the Navy Achievement Medal during ceremonies conducted Feb. is to be worn with the vow that it pay grades E-4, E-5, and E4 who
24.They are (I Ito r) ASMC Walter E. Parrish,A02 Samuel C. Combs,AE1 Ronald F. Webber and AE1 not be removed until the day that are serving in personnel billets,
Terry D. Henton. (See story below) the Red Cross is allowed into or who have had experience in

Hanoi to his personnel administration, are
assure family of his
... """''''''"" ""''""" ''"
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humane treatment due all men. rating to personnelman.All .

NATTC : Behind the Scenes Students feel that the only requests will be screened bya
technique that will force Hanoi board convened at the Bureau
into action is an overwhelmingcry of Naval Personnel BUPERS).
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Jax-It was a proud moment formed by the Beach Detachment supervised the Aviation Weapons humane treatment for all POWs personnel first class and will be
the lives of ASMC Walter E. during the aircraft check cycles. Control Center in an outstandingmanner. and information on.MIAs. authorized conversion upon
Perrish, AE1 Terry D. Henton, AEl Weber, an instructor in His willingness, loyalty passing a Navywide examinationfor
AE1 Ronald F. Webber and A02 Phase IV of the AE 'A' School, and Immeasurable technical Bracelets can be ordered by PN1.
Samuel C. Combs, Feb. 24 when earned the Navy Achievement competence were constantly a contacting VIVA, 1211 Westwood
Capt. John E. Kennedy, NATTC Medal while serving as quality source of Inspiration and con Blvd., os Angeles, Calif. 90024 Requests must to submitted to
commanding officer, presentedthem assurance inspector and electrical fidence to his subordinates and ((213)) 477 7962. A tax deductible BUPERS prior to April 30.
with Navy Achievement instrument branch seniors alike.
Medals. supervisor for VF33.
Chief Parrish, an instructor at Petty Officer Webber was
NATTC's NDI School, earned his instrumental in maintaining
Navy Achievement Medal while aircraft electrical instrument I ARLANS FURNITURE SAUES NAS

attached to Tactical electronics systems in a high state of
Warfare Squadron 130, Detach. readiness and was responsible
ment 14 embarked on the USS for the incorporation and PERSONNEL MORE! ON ALL FURNITUREYes
Ticonderoga as the maintenance maintenance of the complicateddata
control supervisor from March link system in squadron

17, 1969 to Sept. 7, 1969. aircraft. Arlans Furniture World appreciates NAS furniture at low, low prices. If you work at NAS
Chief Parrish played a vital His superior training and business, and we want to continue to help NAS or are Navy connected, you can save 'big
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combat readiness. His timely their increased proficiency and
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many important missions achieving two consecutive
and was responsible for Battle Efficiency Awards and I
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the aircrews of his detachment Operations Aviation Safety '

Awards. r
lie has been in the Navy for AEl Webber has been in the n-
almost 16 and reported to
years Navy for 12 years and was
NATTC in Nov. 1969. He is in Oceana
stationed with VF 33 ,
married to the former Miss
to NATTCin
Va. prior to reporting
Charlotte Pope and they reside in July 1970. He is married to the t xr
Orange Park. former Miss Corinne A. Davis
AEl Henton, a student at and they have two children .
NATTC's AE 'B' School, earnedthe Patricia and James. The Web-

Navy Achievement Medal bers reside in Jacksonville.A02 '
while attached to Fighter '
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Squadron 211, the Beach Detach-
AO'B'School, earned the
NATTC
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attached to and serving on
was
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master quality assurance
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selectee
Jacksonville University and recent rear admiral II.hjj.jLL1T
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Mad; Foxes Cop National



League Basketball CrownJaxAircraft


Maintenance surprised the Hurricane Hunters of VW-4, 68-65, in krr

,National League intramural basketball play this week to ruin the Hunters' hopesof

playing VP-5 for the loop title. The deploying Mad Foxes, departed NAS Jax,

with a 15-1 league- record., and the National League's top trophy.

Meanwhile, over the American tripped by Hospital, 80 62. Dixon and Gerald Wactor added
League, Medical improved its AMD 68, VW 4 6$: The 22 and 16 points in the upset Bill
record to 12.2 to hold a two maintenance men eased out in Heath was top gun for the Hun-
game edge over VP-16 and front to a 35.30 lead at the in- ters with 23.
Hospital, both deadlocked for termission before spoiling the VA-203 SO,679th 39: Down 23.15
second with identical 12.4 season Hunters' chances for a league at the half, the attack squadronout
marks. Admin fell from a three championship. Ralph Tisdale scored the airmen 35.16 in
way second place tie after being headed the win with 24, while Bills the last two periods for the win. : #
Jim Thomas sparked the win \

with 18, although 679th's Junior k :;
Aguon was the game's top scorer
with 22.Mtcllcal67. i :
MARTD 53: lUndy :
James laced the nets for 30
markers and Byron Khrom
added 16 in aiding the Medical
win.Steve Carpenter hit for 23 in
a losing effort.lIospltal80 _
Admin 62: Hospitalran
up a 46 16 halftime lead
before coasting in for the win. r
Howard Lind hit for 27 and Rester
Bryan added 26 to lead the way 9p
for Hospital. Admin's Tommie
Bowie connected for 25 points.
Marine Barracks 2, Air
Operations 0: The Marines won DRIVE TO WIN-Shangrl U's Bob Davis drives Inside on his way to
by forfeit. Assistant Athletic a field goal during the Shang's 7545 win over VP-5 for the Fleet Air
its 4 4fti" Director George Mullins scored Jax championship Friday.Shangri .
both points in the scorebookl!
Communications 61, Flap Jax
Y"F4 25: Leroy Cobb pumped for 20 La Traps Foxes
points and Tom Chapman added
17 in the communication's win.
: Admin 96,Communications 44:
Bouncing back from the loss at ComFair TitleJax
V.L the hands of Hospital, Admin's 75-65 for
3 Tommie Bowie sparked the win
: with 38 points, and teammate
Larry Boyland chipped in 23 in a Shangrl La skinnedthe VP-5,which had been beaten by
supporting role. VP.5 Mad Foxes 75.65, here VA-174,94-93, in the second day of
INTRAMURAL FIGHT-The Seabee's Guy Hitler (L) and Bill Dixon Medical 64, Hospital: Randy Friday to earn the right to wear the tournament, fought back
I of Aircraft Maintenance fight for rebound during Tuesday night intramural James hit for 21 markers and Commander Fleet Air through the loser's bracket in the
loop play.The Seabees went on to win 5840. Dick Leibowitz added 17. Jacksonville colors in this week's double elimination affair to get
Commander in Chief Atlantic the title crack at the Shang.
,.,
F. : basketball tournament here.
The Foxes eliminated VW 4,
'< George O'Bryan and John
97-58, on Wednesday, and then
Hayes picked 17 points apieceas
't OPENS THIS I the carriercrew up outclassedthe blasted USS Saratoga,93.96, and
VA-174, 78.67 in two Thursday
tired patrol crew in the
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WEEKEND I ..." championship tilt. Reginald Shangri La.
Jackson chipped in 17 markers
and teammate Bob Davis edged After losing their first game,
The PIRATES cx iv, into double figures with 11 in Don Anderson and Ken Arthur
;Y \c aiding the Shang win.. averaged over 25 and 30 points
Top shot for the Foxes was Ken per game respectively in leadingthe
LOUNGE Arthur with 16, while Mike Foxes back into contention.
HI liii Northeast Florida's Decker added 13. The carrier Four of Shangri La's five
Newest and Finest held a 38 34 edge at the Intermission starters George O'Bryann,
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