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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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One of NAS Jacksonville's greatest self help projects will come to

a close tomorrow when Galley One nearly completed after three months of

extensive repair becomes officially dedicated. _

More than 200 people, includingthe ;; ?

civilian and military men Ried, H. C. McKie, Eural Cain Recognition will also go to the
whose volunteer support made it and Tom Foulk.Navymen Supply Department's Food

all possible, will gather at Galley who earned praiseare Service Division employees who, r
One at 1 p.m. for a luncheon and ADJ1 Daulton Kirkland, ATI according to Capt. O'Loughlin, '
ribbon cutting ceremony Robert Robertson, ATN2 Thomas made it possible for Galley One to :
marking the event. VAdm. Arnold and AEAN John Duncanof achieve second place for the

Robert L. Townsend, COM AMD. Sixth Naval District 1971 Ney %cJi ,
NAVAIRLANT ; RAdm. Most noteworthy of com Award.

Lawrence Heyworth Jr., mendation are volunteers from They are CSCM Joseph Ellas, r t ,
COMFAIRJAX; Capt. John CBU 410 UTCS Donald CSC Fred Taylor, CSC Clarence
Kincaid, NAS commanding of. Redder,E01 Nondas Harrington, Scott,CS1 Bill Cogdill,CSt James
ficer; and Supply Officer Capt. R. E01 Gerald J. Homewood, BUt Nelson, CSt Bill Elder, CSt
C. O'Loughlin will officially open Melton Williams, E02 William Gerald CSt John Dixon
Knight, PLANS FOR COMPLETION Looking over plans- toward the
the dining hall. Kalback, E01 Edward L. Muse, CS1 Israel Roman and CSl Albert
completion of Galley One lounge areas are (L to R) CWO-2 L. H.
E02 Donald L. Peters CE2 John
North. Food Services CSC Fred Taylor.chl In charge
Rogalsky Officer ;
I" Credit for the actual work will Wasson, BU2 William E. Dean,
and Roy Beverly, Food Service Manager. They estimate that the
go to civilian employees Hubert E02 James. Curto, BU3 John
Metz,Walter Pearce, Gene Allen, H. Cox, E01 Joseph Penley, CN For More On Galley One SeePage lounges will be completely furnished in about three weeks.

Lem Crowder, Walter Raleigh, Melvin Chambers and SA 8.
It Buck Menand, Sam Gates, Roy William Lewis. Policy Spells Out


of New StandardsJaxAn
Navy

; Q"lAX A N'VSVOL. apparent disregard concerning the CNO's

liberalization of uniform and grooming standards has

... .: o f'J', :: \','" been observed Navy personnel in the area according -
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28 NO. 49 'Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville, Florida MARCH 11., 1971 a recent message to all hands, RAdm. Lawrence
Heyworth Jr. stated that the CNO's liberalization of

policies has been taken as a license to become lax in

appearance-'a trend which was never intended by Adm.
Retention Board StudiesNavy's Zumwalt.'

In COMFAIRJAX Notice 1020, a. Wearing flight clothing,
i Adm. Heyworth outlines some particularly the flight jacket, off
: Appeal to WomenJaxThe infractions and provides clear station. This is prohibited by
cut standards already outlinedin COMFAIRJAXINST 1020.2F,
Z-Gram 70. except for visiting transient flight

first Waves Retention Study Group convened in Washington March 1 Some typical infractions include crews.b. .
: Not wearing the hat or
for a five day discussion on changes that could possibly increase the Navy's --- outdoors or in a vehicle cap on

appeal as a career field for women. __________ station. The hat is part of the
uniform and shall be worn
J. Lt (jg) Mary A. Kallas of the at the meeting and are currently black and white heels be Issued
NAS Registered Publications being ''evaluated for',possible.. during basic training, and that a properly.c. Wearing jackets other than
. Office was the Sixth Naval action include: (1)), establishment more feminine service shoe be' those prescribed in uniform
.. District representative at the of a two-year enlistment programfor designed to replace the type regulations. Several officers and
meeting. Waves; ((2)) raising the currently in use. chiefs have been seen wearing
Prior to attending the Study minimum enlistment age to 19; beige, tan or brown light-weight
group, Miss Kallas collected the ((3)) expanding the NROTC 'There are many benefits with working khaki
jackets
opinions and suggestions of local Program to include women; ((4)) available to Waves that are not uniform.
Navy women to be voiced before permitting Wave warrant officers being used simply because no one 0 d. unbuttoned coats.e. .
Wearing
the gathering of 18 officer and to apply for the LDO Program. is aware of them, Miss Kallas Wearing frayed, torn or
told Jax Air News.She expressed
enlisted Waves. One of her Concerning Waves' uniform
extremely dirty working
suggestions-that enlisted Waves apparel, a suggestion was madeto hopes that these hidden benefits
uniforms. Any uniform should be
not be required to maintain replace the garrison cap with a will receive wider publicity in the clean, neat and in good repair.
*; barracks residence if living in beret, making it an optional future and fulfill their potentialas f. Salutes are improperly

civilian housing and not drawing repacement for the combination career incentives. rendered, if at all; and im
BAQ-was promised immediate hat Also being considered is the Capt.Qulglty properly returned, if at all.
attention by Adm. Elmo R. authorization of a nurse uniformfor Visits g. The length of hair worn by
Zumwalt, chief of Naval Corps,Waves to be worn witha Capt. Quigley)y many officers and sailors clearly
/ ,:,;: Operations. special insignia. The board exceeds the liberal standardsnow
K.' '," Other topics which were raised additonally recommended that NASWJaxLocal aves Mondaydation in force.'Family.


I 3 Navywomen will for a new Waves Recruit Night'
have an opportunity to meet the Training Command. While in
new Wave Director, Capt. RobinL. Jacksonville, she will tour Goes Mexican
.Quigley,when she arrives here various station activities and
Sunday for a two day visit. witness Waves on the job in Jax-Family Night chefs at
The captain is coming here different departments.Capt. Galley One will go 'south of the
. "' directly from Orlando where she Quigley will meet border' to bring NAS enlisteesand
Ii q,j" has been establishing the foun-
."i f'J: L t Monday morning with depart their guests a specially
'/ I ment heads and press prepared Mexican dinner
Local Scouts representatives for a luncheon in Wednesday night from 5 until
Galley One. Following the 6:30: pm.

Do A Good Deed meeting, she will join a group of Make your reservations for
active duty and retired Waves for dinner before Monday. Prices are
44 : a special reception. All Waves in 65 cents for adults and 30 cents
Jax--The Goodwill Industries the ComFairJax area are for children. Enlistees on
I annual drive to welcome to attend, and should comrats pay 55 cents.
collect clothing, toys and wear the service dress blue MENU
.
r icy ww other small repairableitems uniform. Refreshments will be Creole Soup
will close Saturday served.
Beef Tacos
when local Boy Scouts and During the two months that she Mexican Enchildas

,I, Navymen combine efforts has been Director of the Waves, Hot Tamale Pie
to deliver and unload the Capt. Quigley has introduced Spanish Rice
\ donations at the Goodwill several modernizing changes to
Hot Refried Beans
\; : Warehouse.The Waves regulations. When the
v y a __ Buttered Broccoli
-- collected results of results of the Recent Waves
Seasoned Whole Kernel
'Good Turn Day' will be Retention Board are sorted, more
This scene drew some strange looks from Navy Exchange'shoppersearly Corn
one afternoon last week. While everyone gets a 'lunch break beneficial in providing innovations may possibly occur. NAS Jax Salad Bar
these days,the 'closed for lunch'sign drew some clever remarks from employment for han Her next stop when she leaves Apple Turnovers
potential hot dog buyers.One rumor had it that the vendor slipped into dicapped persons. Jacksonville will be Charleston, Dessert Bar'Mexican

the cafeteria for a hamburger,or perhaps a hot dog. S.C. Drink'


"Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained herein are not official expressions of the

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Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised."

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Front View must not in anyway interfere with -

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Sideburns may not be flared, nor _
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JAX AIR NEWS Is ....,, .
a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper "" <:- :
distributed each Thursday at the (V. S. Naval Air Station I
Jacksonville. Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS N
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News
Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or
3119. j

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries ;:--
concerning such should be directed to:

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210
Telephone 388-2755 TT

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Challenge to NavymenJax .


Only the best can become members of the Seal team, the Navy's elite r
guerilla counter guerilla 'Sea, Air and Land' force. Capable of operating with ,UTffk1--

little outside support in all types of environment, the Seals are comparable to the t

Army's Special Forces or the Air Force commandos.The .

Seals are an outgrowth of
the Navy's Underwater
Demolition Team, organized shore island, and complete an Established in early 1962 as an
during World War II to clear ocean swim of about seven miles. answer to the Navy'srequirements :
beaches for invasions. They can After three weeks of airborne to support counter
be classified as a combination oCfrogmen. training they go to underwater insurgency and unconventional
' .' paratroopers and swimmers school to learn the use warfare the Seals grown from an ;;; -:
commandos as their main task is of various underwater breathing original 55-man force to about 100 _I-
to go in before the first assault apparatus Additional specialized men in each fleet today. r. Ji A. .'

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assist troops with problemsof helicopter Jumps and explosive UDT-Seal Team e 4tWe
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clearing gaps through barbed An underwater demolition Here
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wire, walls and tank traps.
team consists of about 15 officers
The Navy UDT and Seal teams
continually need qualified and 100 enlisted men,divided into For Lecture
five platoons.These elements
are
volunteers. Selected officers and Because of the continuing

enlistees undergo a grueling 24- .., demand for the UDT and Seal
week course to condition volunteers, the Navy has
themselves to the Y .. established
professional, 'r WA- a UDT-Seal ----
mental and physical motivation team to inform BIRTHDAY SPIRIT CBU-410'i youngest Seabee, CM3 Randy
requirements of the UDT prospective volunteers of their Kuehn (I) and oldest Seabee EQCM Lewis B. Tharp, lend some of
organization. 24-week training program. that 'Can Do' spirit toward cutting I big slice of birthday cake with
Training begins with four The team will give presen- LCdr. Robert Shackleford, Jr. Public Works Officer at Mayport.
weeks of toughening runs, tations here Monday at the Seabees from the entire Com Fair Jax area gathered at the Chief's:
calisthenics and other events to station theatre, at 9 a.m. and 1 Club last Thursday night to celebrate their 29th anniversary which
sharpen their physical stamina. p.m., to interested Navymen. was March 5th.
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In demolition and
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Medal Achievement RecipientCecil. I To Err Is Human I


Editorial reprinted from 'Family-Gram' by Captain J. Gallagher
..Another member of Commanding( Naval Officer, Cameron Bay, South Viet Nam.)
NAMTD was recently honored.
Chief Aviation Electrician's Mate

Michael Hull: received the Navy Loved Ones:
Achievement Medal for his work Dear several months I have been toying with the idea of addressing

solving problems of maintance For remarks to the sensitive subject of drug abuse. But so much has

of the A-4 aircraft and the my written on the subject by so many persons of greater competencethan
been
redesign of a new diode harnessto I that I wonder if I'm doing the right thing at all by even
be used in high humidity areas. the subject. Certainly, the young folks in the more
During the ceremonies, Chief bringing up (most users are between 18 and 22)) are tired of
group
Holt was awarded his medal anda susceptible age old yarns over and over again that are aimed at
the same
citation from the Secretary of hearing these obvious and good reasons for not speaking on the
the Navy. The dilation read of them. Despite
.
here I go anyway.I
fri Chief Holt: subject I not to believe that this problem is related to today's longer
happen
'While serving as the Chief hair styles, beards and guitars Now I suppose I have lost half my

Petty Officer of the Aviation audience. Well, it wasn't too long ago that I judged (perhaps

Electronics shop, Attack Is the correct word) young men on the basis of their
Squadron Twelve, Chief A via tionElectrician's misjudged their guitar music.Mea Culpa.If will
-- -- --------- --- -- -- whiskers,hairstyle and,yes, you
Mate Holt has and have patience enough to bear with me in this
of NAMT enough
WELL DONE..Command.r Jackson, OINC carried out his duties be charitable
congratulates Aviation Electrician's Mate M. Holt on his receiving the consistently skill and narrative or even if you continue reading out of curiosity, your continuing -
with outstanding attention and interest is certainly appreciated. I also have a
Navy Commendation resourcefullness, which on two

occasions remedied chronic challenge Join me for in your you.thoughts, if you will, just long enough for a brief

maintenance problem areas examination of conscience. If anyone can truthfully say to himself that
Medal.&M associated with the A-4 aircraft.On sin if will
(
he has never committed a greater wrong you ) than
Sept. 11, 1966, Chief Holt smoking potpopping pills, sniffing or hooting 'horse' (heroin, for the
of diode
redesign
[PlilOO1f recommended a
forwarded unlearned) then here I guess we part company. You are entitled to
which
harnesses are
cast the first stone. It would be unlikely that you could understand the
tii tUNOiNC eouLmno fNOMi tn-wii w TTMMIMOUKI. all fuel control manufacturers
.. to of human frailties. But what has all this to
who possessed
of are
*feu**! $4.y! -Nr and to fleet units operating under rest us

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to imply that just because we may have fallenin
don't
1.- I certainly mean
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viornments. On Sept. ,
FOMTtNDWO !! with anothernew our past lives that we can't take a hard stand against drugs. But I do
TIM Chief lIolt came
PAIIINOI* ALIt NT this time up concerningthe submit that one of the first things we might do to deter the young from
TIUCK sas. LNIlAMrlnUilC design to turn users from them is
experimenting with or using drugs or away
PAM ILtCTtONlC WHIIL MUHCIINMMTIIAk A-4's wing tip light lens to cut
IMOCKI to shed our cloaks of self-proclaimed righteousness and add it to our
_. down the high number of
"'"'' one
0111 WuDniNcomE o walcorn. art Military P.rtonn.l Anll.. failures. His recommendationwas own weaknesses and insecurities and above all let the young know that
tw. Nsw."CAM. accepted by an evaluation although we might not have answers we have hearts. Let's in some
established by the way reach out and let them know that we want to help them,not harass

groups manufacturer and a change will them, through the greatest temptations that any generation of youth

soon be forthcoming.Both has ever had to face. They're not asking for pablum nor will they
swallow hypocrisy. They are forcing our hands.
of Chief Holt's recom- They refuse to be judged on such inconsequential things as long

( TAH mendations were of demon- sideburns and their love of amplified music. Not as long as they see
stratable benefit to the Navy and
mockery being made of marriage vows, tax laws, and civil rights on
will result in significant savingsin
elders. fed with hearing how far we had to
PREPARED BY THE NATION'S FINEST TAX SERVICE maintenance costs. ChiefHoU's the part of their They're up
walk to school, how tough we had it during the depression and how we
technical ability
GUARANTEE went without ketchup in World War II. Let's bring ourselves up to date
Accurate preparation of your tax return devotionto
creativeness and loyal
ll fuaranteed. We wW pay interest or 5 D with the young folks and face the'here and now'problems of 1971.
penalty charted due to our error. duty reflect great credit upon
WEEKDAYS PM WIT ft SUN.AM- PM S 2 UP himself and the U.S. Naval Is there a drug problem in 1971 in Vietnam? I wish there wasn't. The
No Appointment Neceataiy FEDERAL Service.' fact is, however, the problem is widespread. That doesn't mean that

OR STAY[ To Chief Holt, congratulationsand the world is coming to an end, but it certainly demands of us that we
1J5AU'TflH thanks for a Job well done. reassess our own values first if we think we are going to get these
wonderful youngsters of today to listen to us about the dangers and

SPUTHSIDE evils of drugs.
,,\\.";. 4367 University Blvd.,So. S 6o.1 (P 30 Only God can help us to find ways to do the things that have to be
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931 Lem Turner O separation; move beyond con
764.3605 frontation to reconciliation Help me to keep your son away from thePRICK"TOAIU
..... .. .. _- .
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: temptation to experiment
dangerous drugs. Tell me what I

can do to change those things that
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of Mobile Homes". .
Large Modem Lots PORTWOOD INC Additions I & RemodelingRAY
Quiet and Convenient MORGAN DRIVE AWAY INC. E. WHITTLE

l 10557 Atlantic Blvd. 4165 Spring Glon"Id. St. Augustine, Florida BUILDER
724.0953 737.4544 524 Arlington Rd. 724.7411MARCH I



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Narf Offers

Boy Scouts

AssistanceNARF's

CO, Capt. Donald H.
Heile, signed the paper last
Thursday that allowed the North r
______ Florida Council, Boy Scouts of
America to organize and operatean
Explorer Unit at NARF. 1 1 !
The facility will provide a place i 1 rl ''
for weekly meetings and will

._ __. make available needed training
-- -- them
devices. It will also provide
SCOUTS' FRIEND. NARF's Commanding Officer, Capt. Donald with guidance and logistics
H. Hells, signs a document that will allow Boy Scouts to use NARI support. 1
facilities for their meetings.BANKAMERICARDAMERICAN. The Boy Scout Explorer Unit is
expected to be aviation orien-
EXPRESSvSTANDARD ted and may specialize in
OIL.MASTERCMAROe Credit Cards Honored related areas according to ..
f
member interest at a later date. A.n
MAll Any 14 through 17 year old
ROOSWEIT boy who would like to join should
call R. M.Proctor at 772-2728. No
previous scouting experience is
wash necessary. The wearing of the
car required.Boy Scout uniform, though, is

NARF's participation is in
MONDAYTHRU SATURDAY consonance with the joint
resolution of the President and
HOURS: 8:30 AM.5:30 PMUGHTN
the Congress of the United States 1a-
calling upon the Boy Scouts of k
America to further advance its
service to the youth of our nation.TEMPORARY LET'S CELEBRATE-Mrs. Lillian J. Samuels cuts the cake at her
retirement from civil service after continuous 28 years at the Naval
Hospital here. Looking over her shoulder for the last time is her
supervisor, Jesse Johnson. For her long service the Hospital's
commanding Officer Capt.C. W. Lewis presented her with a letter of

THECA appreciation.

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WE CAN HELPBALANCE I

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PROMOTION- VA FINANCINGAVAILABLE
SCALE...
Frederick Barncord accepts a
TO QUALIFIED VETERANS
promotion to GS-13 for one year NOMONEY DOWN ON MOBILE HOMES UNDER$10,000.
from Cdr. R. L. Williams, Data
Processing officer.
The OriginalSt.

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ON M", Representing 27 ManufacturersUS

HIGHWAY 17-GREEN COVE SPRINGS,FLA.
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NOW AVAILABLE IN BELLAIRI! Announcing ....
.WITH 2,.3 or 4 BEDROOM HOMES


I '17,750. to 21,000 I II I Military\ Appreciation


GOOD SELECTION OF HOMES
U Sidewalks and street lights Moran'sWe
Convenient to churches, schools at Denny
and shopping center

r HEAR HAS JAX Off"for '
CKN Personnel
AND We salute our Military to
contributions
HAS CECIL FIELD:' their American many way of 11/', In 10 % .to Military
our and
b appreciation of these efforts personnel)
we of I
their continuing patronage.. 3Ut only, presentation Cardj
.tCHOOH are pleased to announce. Now thru March

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Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community I i

BELL.A.JR: :
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of National Jacksonville Home Builders Associations
2509 BLANDING
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IOA.M.to Dark.Travel South on Blanding Blvd.(Hwy No.21)



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STATI MRMINSURANCt :. cc' ,) PIZZA mm SARGE & HANK }
ERNIE ,.
A GROSE '(:' 4 r PREMIUM TAKE OUTORDERS-DINING BEER-CHOICE CUT ROOM STEAKS i KNOX ENCO SERVICENTER
1948 Blanding Boulevard "
ITALIAN SANDWICHES-SPAQHETYI
PHONE 389.0338 -yam PHONEt 388.9571 or 388-2423
., "PIZZA"OUR
Automobile Insurance For Everyone SPECIALITY! Electronic Wheel Balancing

SAME DAY COVERAGESTATE t Sun Thurs HOURS FARM/MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE 0 Friday 4pm I?.45 am ;_ Analyzed Electronically
INSURANCE
CO.
Home Office: Bloomington,Illinois ;: q Closed Tuesdays Saturday 4pm 1? 45am
3619 Blending Blvd Ph. 771-0170 4710 SAN JUAN AVENUE

:"' ': f:; \ I?.'., .'it::,<.,:,:<:':::r.t:......,.;.,..;::,<.'',... ':"':;;*,:'$ I :. ., ..,:rn..I.tt :.:... ,.::' :. I I '::0\: .....552 CASSAT'.'AVENUE. ,' ...",..,,,:,.:,:.,

John C. Calhoun, USH (Ret) PHONI 77LO4O
: TEXNC O OK 7II-2B01
Complete
Line of Cal'sT.V.
:, .. Tropical Fish&Aquarium Supplies !
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RCA A ZENITH COLOR. BLACK A WHITe
SERVICE 'fframouth tics STCKKOBANK
ALU MECHANIC WORK OUARANTEro.: :
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.i::, .;'have a complete line of U-HAUlSI! :;, 6334103rd St. and Blanding Blvd. WELCOME HERB

; 005 BUANOtNO. euVD. PHONE 77 .5,>,0.., 3 (Grant Plaza) 772-8731
,;, "VyC:0tLU THE BMT *SERVtCK THE MEST"
11 :: 5884 Arlington Road 772.7423
Grant Plaza at 103rd

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PHONE 244-92M I MONTHLY SPECIAL!
OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION FRIED FISH & CHICKENALL WE CATER TO SERVICEMEN I
WE
/MM/INM/LIIMMMM/N1/1MMMMI/MNM :,j i HELP ALL
Need Your Car InspectedREDGARAGE YOU CAN EAT WE CAN I; FISHERS

.. ; I If CYCLE SHOP
ForO"')'... $1.29Includes
French Fries I ROOT SALES
Four Miles South of NAS-Highway'Orange Park Cole Slaw and Hush Puppies I '---y Riding Mowers
Fast Service licensed Inspectors :f TOP HAT Lawn Mowers
Open 0800-1800 Monday thru Friday Rototillers
MINOR REPAIRS BAILABLE I DRIVE IN t (We repair all makes used cycles and cars)
2045 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 388-9553 8160103RD SrREET'"Your ;

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OPENTDAYWEEK : We Welcome BankAmerlcard & Master Charge Mobil Home Shopping Center"'
VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR SPECIAL
Includes All Labor, New Exhaust Valves, Gaskets
103rd STREET FISH MARKET
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ALL VW'S i MUSIaII5

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If tt Swims. We Have It* ; 195
FISH-SHRIMP-OYSTERS u MOBILE HOMES
LOBSTERSCRABMEATIN Air Cond. Models INC
SEASON j jI T $10 Extra :. 4118 PHiliPS HWY. 737- 364
I Featuring Specially Prepared 100 Percent,6 Mo.or 6,000 Miles Guarantee 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387-6489
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs i ROOSEVELT MALL SERVICE CENTER
Over .J 150 New & Used Mobile Homesfo .
6567103rd Street Phone 77.2-0981 i imr I 43" ROOSEVELT BLVD. Phone: 3I7-.73I1 choose from

$SUrtt..rrm:; IDt. .

BLANDING BOULEVARD I ",tfOne PAINTING B11O 1O900 ST
OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION : IfliMTIUMtlUlnot PHONE 77L72S3Jose
JIM THORSBY (USN Retired,) Mgr. mi in V. SI.RRANO

HONEST and COURTEOUS Service i. SERRANOPAINT
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SERVICE -
RADIOSTVs'
We And Aim Windshield Headlights Wiper,Replace Blades Bulbs f:I FREE ESTIMATES. 0N. BRAKE WORK ; & BODY SHOP CO., INC.
i/i Mile South of Orange Park High '
On Blandmg (State Road 21)) 1I i:i ......BAKED...............ENAMEL..............LACQUER................W..1.LUCITE .J -
.JAMES S. Military JACKSONU. Retired_ t 11=--- r i 1 i ALLAUTO REPAIRS t | /> Off I I
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PHONE 264.5343 Ifj 5998 Normandy Blvd. 786.0821 1 1r4 A.......UNONNNNN.ONH.Y:::: ..NU.N.U.J;
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\ Performance Parts Co. been waiting forI"O""e !
Q U1CK MILITARY DISCOUNTSpecialist ; Brand New 1971 Models
( Prices' start at...
MOBILE HOMES ; In Speed ,j Mtte1tt ( ,3695.

Discount Center Equipment & Auto Ports : 'lie ha yea ( .
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DEAN KITCHIN '10 I BETTER LIVING$''
742 S.LANE AVE PHONE 781-9677 6417 ROOSEVELT Ph. 387-4468 E Iff 8985 Normandy Blvd. Phone 786-2375

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I NAS Dining Hall Makes Remodeled DebutJaxThe I

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new Galley One-as renovation consists of more than Kincaid, NAS commanding officer
luxurious and comfortable todayas just a 'face-lift'. There have alsobeen ,and Capt R.C. O'Loughlin,
it was bleak and colorless changes in service, menus supply officer, who provided
three months go-is nearly and arrangement which con funds ana motivation to get the
complete, and will be officially tribute greatly to the overall job accomplished. However,
opened tomorrow.A improvement according to the CO. the real
dramatic demonstration of Primarily responsible for the credit goes to the wonderful men, : '
Self Help in action, the galley remodeling are Capt. John R. military and civilian, who madeit I ; .* :i
all possible. ir -
Charles Meyer, interior .Y.
decorator for the Navy Ex- t p.er
9 change, produced the project
design. As for the labor, NAS t !
military personnel, including
1 ,Y Seabee Unit 410 and a group of 4
volunteer civilian workers,are to + r
be applauded for their rapid and
1 efficient service. .
The achievement marks the
first time since the galley's !?
original construction 30 years ago V_
that major improvements have
been made. In addition to con-
structional alterations, the galleynow BEFORE-Here's Galley One the way It looked for 30 years until the
w,6r, a boasts soft drink and beer station's Self Help Program took on the task of remodeling. I

machines,and a wider variety of
foods-all of which contribute to
the fact that each meal now
SERVING LINE New serving procedures and a lunch time sand draws about 200 more persons
wich line have helped to reduce waiting time for galley customers. than previously, acording to CSC
I Frederick Taylor, chief in
I charge.
Another innovation which has
GRANTPLAZA
gathered excellent response is
the 'Family Night' supper policy.
tj7I One evening each month the
galley opens its doors to enlisted
103rd St. at t BlandingThurs. men's families for an exceptional *

Sun., Feb. 25-28 mealusually of
national or ethnic originatespecially
reasonable prices. And ttAr t

GRANTMASTER 120 on Sunday mornings, families
may now go there after church
services for a delicious, inex-
HIGH-MILEAGE TIRE pensive brunch.
For socializing and relaxation,
the galley has added two lounges
cord which when completed, will be
4-ply nylon
graced with decorative planters.
mirrors, furniture and carpeting.This .
extra-deep tread AFTER Wood paneling, a lower ceiling, tablecloths and
will be a welcome convenience -
for personnel whose one decorations are lust a few of the changes that have been made to I
enhance the galley's interior.
$1177 hour lunch break frequently
gives them 30 minutes or more special fresh sandwich line. achieved second place In its
plut spare time after eating. When the Sixth Naval District ,
category
SALE I I '1.78BLACKWALL Other attractions in providing early
c anticipated Ney Award was presented in evidence that big Improvementshad
the near future include January,the NAS Galley, then in already taken place. When
4s milkshake machines and a the midst of ,
-\ \ 650x13 TUBELESS remodeling completed, Galley One will standas
an attractive monument to
r Size FET SALE Self Help, and will without a doubtbe
BUSINESS one of the finest dining halls in
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{, 775-15 $2.19 $15.77 30
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With Fine Tuner 1 S ::'':: ':l.' } 10407 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD PHONE 72M544
r and Selection tip. 1 Mile East of
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!{ 4777; SALE 7 77 COMMUNITY CAR WASH


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; Alignment SPECIAL f'.j '.' "f.bJ7"I.J' ... '
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Align Front End F R E E ...,?s
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Pack Front Wheels t Full Service Car Wash ,
I Adjust Brakes 11:1: \ Car Interior Vacuumed rff tti:N
a A... Spin Balance And is .Q Asn-Trays Cleaned
Rotate Wheels WA 4 Windows Cleaned
S H Inside And Out
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REG. $26.50 ':4 Exterior Completly ._
a VALUENOW. with 15 Washed*
0 bal.I .White Walls Scrubbed

... <> Under 15 Gal."I I Under New Management 18"X 24" DOOR MAT!

$ 77 a S prorated 59 and 39S: "We Honor Most Ma|
0r Looks like .
16 f't z.T. CROSS $s CREDIT CARDS" green grass
wears like iron! Magic action
X V (USN RET.) ManagerN.8.6 f whisks shoes clean. Rugged

.. J polyethylene won't rpt or shed.
ENJOY BETTER LIVING WITH GRANTS CREDIT L:1 2tl!; '4' :.J.jD', 7 DAYS A WEEK Irregular color skid-proof back.

GRANT PLAZA-103rd St. at Blanding Blvd. 1180 LANE AVE.

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r i_' :, : ,., "."' ": / Marine Wives to Attend

I

m wmw ? Creative Wife ProgramCreative

O Ir ,. Wife booklets will- be provided for

tS Jax-The Marine Wives Club of those who attend. There will also i
&# Jacksonville along with the be a drawing for special door
various other wives clubs here prizes.
have been invited to join the CPO The program will be held April
CatholicNAVAL Wives in presenting an informative 5 at 8 p.m. at the CPO Club. For
V V j a and entertaining further information contact Becky
AIR STATION YaT' homemaking program entitled Ramberg at 388-6672 or Cleo
'a 'The Creative Wife. Scherck at 7715848.
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Saturday Mass-5 P.M. Sunday 7 t This program has been Special Meeting
Mass-8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass_ I especially designed for the A special business meeting of
Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday military wife by the Overseas the MWC will be held today at
through Friday 11:30: A.M. Service Corporation, a 7:30: p.m. at MATSG Bldg. 512, in
Saturday Confessions 10:30: manufacturer's representative to the Conference Room. This
11:15: A.M.NATI'C the military, and features many meeting will be held in lieu of the
new recipe ideas, household regular April meeting which will
Sunday Mass-9:30: A.M.Bldg hints, personal appearance tips, be replaced by the upcoming
and suggestions for entertainingand presentation of 'The Creative
Sunday Worship -10 A.M. hostessing. Wife The next regular meetingwill
Many free samples and recipe be May 3.

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AIR STATION

Sunday FOND FAREWELLS Acey Deucey Club Manager Bill Hodges (m I)
gets helping hand from his successor,James Goodwin,as he cuts the
Holy Communion. 8:30: A.M. first slice of cake at a farewell party In his honor last Thursday night
Bldg. 750; Church School 9:15: at the club. He was replaced as manager the next day and will report
A.M. for duty aboard the destroyer USS Manly.
a Worshipnursery( -grade
9)) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship Hospital Honors Two
Service : A.M. Bldg. 750; -
Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30: I. AHV
P.M. Bldg. 722; Senior Youth
Corpsmen of
Fellowship1:30: P.M.-Bldg. 722. QuarterJax ,,
Tuesday H
HM2 James E. Adams duty, and demonstrated x't

Christian Science Service 7 and HM3 Larry D. Lindermanwere leadership ability. r d ._._.._ <,
-- -
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recently selected the
as
P-M 11M2 Adams entered the
.TuesdaySenior Servicemen of the Quarter at the Navyin PROSTHETICS OFFICER PROMOTED.. CJpt. Philip R. Falcone,
He is native of
Sept. 1967. a
Naval Hospital here. Prosthetics Officer at Dental, gets plenty of help donning his new
Fort Ga. and to the
Choir Rehearsal 7 P.M. HM2 Adams was selected as Valley, came shoulder boards by Capt. John Kincaid, NAS C.O., and his wife Jane.
from the Naval Medical
Bldg. the Serviceman of the Quarter hospital Capt. Falcone, assigned here since August 1969, was promoted
School, Naval National Medical
750NAVAL
representing the Administrative February 26.
HOSPITAL Center, Bethesda, Md. HM2
and HM3 Linderman
Divisions as Adams and his wife Iris currently
Divine Worship. 10 a.m. representative of the Nursing reside in Orange Park.
Service personnel. Both were
NATTC selected in recognition of their HM3 Linderman, a native of New IncomeTax
professional performance, Huron, S. D., joined the Navy in
Divine Worship.11 A.M. Bldg. military bearing, .dedication to Dec. 1969.
500 Service offers


Nursery Hours iiniin A iin

Jax-Effective Monday, MILITARYAUTOMOBILEMILITARYALL Instant
the Navy Wives Club
Nursery will stay open
Saturdays until 2 a.m.,
Thursdays until 11 p.m.,
and on the 1st and 3rd RANKS & AGES
Wednesday of each month LOW RATES- EASY PAYMENT PLAN 'Tax

until 11 p.m. The evening Xerox Copies Notary Public
meal will be served at 5:15: MUTUAL INS. CO.
AMERICAN SERVICE
p.m. only on these late *

nights. CONTINENTALINSURANCE Refund

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UNDERWRITERS
I PHONB 388-SBJB II

I 647? 388-7676'' Near N.A.S. Beneficial Finance offers :a complete tax preparation

(] Roosevelt Blvd. service, fully computerized to give you maximum de-

I r 1 II ductions. Accuracy is 100% guaranteed. (Beneficial

1249-tZ9t KING IT II pays any penalty or interest if it makes an error!)

JACKSONVILLE FLA. 32204WANTED II' If you have a refund coming, you don't have to

i wait weeks for a Government check.The instant: you
I sign your return and qualify for an on-the-spot loan
: USED CAMERAS AND : ENJOY A WORLD OF GRACIOUS LIVING you get your refund in cash. instantly. Only at

EQUIPMENT. WE PAY388SS35 Beneficial.This .
I TOP DOLLAR J ..With beauty, quality
and comfort!
..I BRING.awa.t.t.s.waleran.a.J THIS AD WITH YOU! Featuring: year, let Beneficial $ |? AND UP

tax returns!
prepare your j
rt, alr A Truly .Wall to Wall
CLIPPER'SILVERLINET.CKAFT CarpetingPaneled
Modern Apartment Walls And if you want cash to pay your taxes, or for any
.
MERCRUISER Complex Sun Private Decks Patios & good reason, remember: you're good for more at

STERNDRIVES IN A SETTING OF .Large Swimming Beneficial. Offices everywhere open all year.

MERCURYOUTBOARDS NATURAL BEAUTYCONVENIENTTO Community Pools Lounge Phone or come in .now! Avoid the rush.

.......II... Laundry Facilities
EVERYTHING Central Heat &
Ar. AND VERY <4 Air-Conditioning BeneficialIncome
AFFORDABLE Fully LandscapedAnd
EXPERT
lots Of tree
REPAIR I'
SHOP i ServiceA
FACTORY ti From RENTAL
TRAINED I OFFICEUS service of the Beneficial Finance System
VISIT
MECHANICS 1 $150
; TODAY Month 264.8102 LOANS UP TO $600
Beneficial Finance Co.of Jacksonville

264-9835 Unfurnished 5059 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 31HS95
..Furnished or
Bedrooms
Available In 1-2 or 3
SHOP.CTR.
5A3S ROOSEVELT VENETIAVILLAGE
INLET MARINE ] On KINGSLEY AKINGSLEYARMS \ Next to Wlnn.Dixie Phone 3 8.9374
....... Blinding. 5 clKtr b..flclol.Mc., .ten th.locki.nv1II..Ar..
Silts t Service .. .. .. ./* .
Blvd. and Orange Park $ ph n b k whil po i I fir Mart*! <
Hwy 17 Orange Park OI970 Beneficial: CorporationI :



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1 f fv WEEKDAYS

GALLEY NO. 1'I Breakfast to 7:30: a.m. Dlnner-11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Supper4to
5:30: pm. Sandwich line served at dinner only.
GALLEY NO. :3s Breakfast5:30: to 7 am.Dlnner11 a.m. to 12:30: pm.
Supper to 6:1: $p.m. Sandwich line open In Wings Sand 4 at Inner only.
WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
BOTH GALLEYS Early Breakfast.6.30: to 6:30: a.m.; Brunch,9:30: a.m. to
12:30: pm. Supper to 5.30pm.
.
COMRATS prices Breakfast cents; Dinner and Brunch 70cents; Supper-55
cents. The following menu Is served at both galleys. .


Friday, March 12 Order French Toast, Ham Slices,
BREAKFAST-Hot Buttered Grits, Creamed Ground Beef, Hash Brown
Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Potatoes, Glazed Long Johns.
Order French Toast, Choice of DINNER-Onion Soup, Oven Roastof
Bologna, Fish Fillet, Hash Brown Beef, Brown Beef Gravy, Mashed
Potatoes, Blueberry Muffins.DINNERMulllgatawny Potatoes, Savory Bread Dressing,
Soup, Creole Snap Beans, Club Spinach,
Boiled Spaghetti, Italian Meat Sauce, French Apple Pie.
Pizza Pie, Garlic Toasted Bread, SANDWICH LINE-Chlll Dogs.
Buttered Asparagus, Mixed SUPPER..Beef Rice Soup, El
Vegetables, Blackberry Pie. Rancho Stew or Baked Hamburger &
SANDWICH LINE..Fish Portion Noodles, Buttered Egg Noodles,
Sandwich. Buttered Vegetables, Harvard Beets
SUPPER-Oyster Stew, Seafood Peach Pie.
Platter of Fish Portions, Scallops & Tuesday,March 16
Breaded Shrimp, Scalloped Macaroniwith BREAKFAST Oatmeal,
Cheese, Tomato & Bacon, Roast
---- -- Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to
Veal Loaf, Buttered Mixed Order, Griddle Cakes, Grilled Bacon
FIRST LABORATORY CLASS The Naval Hospital here recently graduated Its first class of Vegetables, Iced Layer Cake with Slices, Minced Beef, Lyonnalse
senior laboratory technicians. They are (QL to R) HM1 Riggin, HM1 Waldrop, HM2 Piner, HM2 Butter Cream Icing.Saturday Potaotes, Iced Lady Fingers.DINNERVegetable .
Richardson and HM2 Zakrzewskl.The four men originally completed 30 weeks of didactic training at March 13 Soup, Baked
BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Hard
the Naval Medical School In Bethesda., and were then transferred here for 30 weeks of practical Boiled Eggs, French Toast, Griddle Veal Onion Loaf Gravy or,Chill Steamed Con Carne Rice,, French Cream

laboratory work. Each graduate was presented a certificate by Capt. C. W. Lewis (far left), hospital Cakes, Choice of Bacon, Luncheon Fried Potatoes, Boiled Pinto Beans,
commanding officer. Meat or Minute Steaks, Cottage Fried Buttered Green Peas Iced Raisin Nut
Potatoes, Assorted Danish Pastry. Brownies.
Water BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, SANDWICH LINE-Grllled Ham
Safety Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham & burgers and Cheeseburgers.
Cheese, French Fried Potatoes, SUPPER-Knlckerbocker Soup,
Home Cooked Meals Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Fruit Baked Virginia Ham, Pineapple
Course Begins Filled Coffee CakeSUPPERBreaded, Sauce, Mashed Sweet Potatoes,
Veal Cutlet, Scalloped Potatoes Southern Style
...NOW BEING SERVED I Tomato Gravy, Oven Brown Greens, Buttered Broccoli Spears,
Jax-The American Red Cross Potatoes, Steamed Rice, Hot Spiced Oatmeal Nut Cookies.Wednesday .
Beets, Green Peas & Celery,
From 11 ::30 to 3 will conduct a Water Safety In Strawberry Cream Pie. ,March 17

structors Course this month at Sunday, March 14 BREAKFAST-Hot Wheat Cereal,
Also SEAFOOD and the indoor swimming pool here. BREAKFAST-Hot Grits, Chilled Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to
Orange Juice, Hard Boiled Eggs Order, French Toast, Grilled Pork
A La Carte Applicants must be at least 17 Fried Eggs to Order, French Toast, Sausage, Minced Beef, Hash Brown
years old and hold a valid Senior Griddle Cakes, Choice of Bacon, Hamor Potatoes, Pineapple Upside Down
Pork Sausage, Hash Brown
Cake.
Life Saving Certificate In- Potatoes, Assorted Cake .
Open Sundays 1 to 11 Doughnuts.BRUNCHFrled DINNER..Beef Noodle Soup,
terested obtain
I persons may Eggs to Order, Spanish Steak, Pan Gravy, Mashed
further details by contacting the Breakfast Meat or Western Sandwich, Potatoes, with Sour Cream, French

GAME ROOMS POOL TABLES PLENTY OF PARKING I Jacksonville Area Chapter of the French Baked Fried Beans,Potatoes Iced Double, Potato Snails Chips,, Fried Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed
Vegetables, Lime Jello with Whipped
Red Cross at 3882617.TOM&SUE'S Sugar Cookies.
SUPPER..Pan Roast of Pork, Cream.
Brown Gravy & Mushrooms, Baked SANDWICH LINE-Simmered
Alaska's Summit Lake drains Potatoes, with Sour Cream, Frankfurters with Sauerkraut.
RESTAURANT Buttered Broccoli & Applesauce,
simultaneously into the Bering
Scalloped Tomatoes, Yellow Pound SUPPER-Cream
of Potato ,
Soup
Sea to the west and the Pacific
1107 Highway 17 Orange Park, Ph. 264.9155 Cake. Fried Liver & Onions, Beef Sukiyaki
Ocean to the south, on either Monday,March 15 or Onion Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
side of the Continental Divide. BREAKFAST-Hot Hominy Grits, Fried Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans,
Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Iced Marble Cake. '

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CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 2 BR.,Apt. Furn.,5 mlns. to NAS,Will FOR SALE %
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387-5626 or rent to TAD Personnel or bachelors. 67 Deluxe Blue Fd. Cordlna, Radio
1022 Park Street, 3547888. 264-6884. and Heater, Low Mileage. Call 733

FOR SALE OR RENT 4627. 63 VW Sedan $795Radio

RECEIVED ORDERS. ,Cash for your 70 TOYOTA CORONA
MISCELLANEOUSINCOME equity or let us rent your home. Exc. Cond. Call 7860983 after 6. and Heater, White.
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for
map or sales and rental list. Call 4SMERCURY 65 VW Sedan $995Radio
TAX Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264.2411. Sedan,V-8,AT, R8.H S420
Returns prepared by appointment ORANGE PARK REALTY ASTRO MOTORS and Heater, Blue.
evenings and weekends. G. H. Young, MILITARY. FREE NOTARY 6566 Normandy Blvd.
LCdr., SC USN (Ret.), Phone 355.7460
after 6:30: p.m. ORANGE PARK BSA"650 CC 66 VW Sedan $1050Radio
2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish
Mark IV,Spitfire,J1095,
Cash or makeme
washer, ,
Drapes Carpets Elizabeth and Heater, Glltterbug Yellow.
an offer. 3892919.
BE A RADIO OR Apts., 771.1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS..
TVANNOUNCERRecorded
message by leading announcer CREDITUNION CHEVY REPOSSESSIONS WAGONAT 67 VW Sedan $1195
tells you how. Call any hour. 2 Br.,LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., PS, PB Needs Work $573.
355.2944.NEW Air Cond, Parking for 2 cars off 69FORDMUSTANONew Radio and Heater, Blue.
street. Water, Garbage & Sewage Eng. Vinyl top, New paint &
RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (
plus tires. S1895.
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape tax) 387-2541 Weekends 3890744. 66 IMPALA SS 67 VW Sedan $1350Air

stock.players.Full At warranty dealers cost! Phone to liquidate 7710409.AIRCONDITIONINGSERVICE AT, PS, PB, Fact Air, Vinyl top. $995. conditioned, Radio and Heater,- Glltterbug Laven-
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or Ron Rohrer der.
MOBILE HOMES Ext. 2431 or 387.5622 68 VW Sedan $1350Radio
Auto AC, Room units Central Units. WE FINANCE6SANOLIAENO.
Repairs. Reasonable and Heater, Green, Stock Number 3520.
Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. FORD
388-5161 JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Heater $380
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern ASTRO MOTORS 68 VW Sedan $1495Automatic
trailer and Apts. 3893007. 6566 Normandy Blvd.
stick-shift, Radio end Heater, Beige, Stock
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Number 6924.
Wilford's Fish Camp 2649707. MOBILE LIVING OFJACKSONVILLEAzalea OLDS CUTLASSF
( Mobile Home Park) Vi mile 85 Station Wagon., Exc. Cond. 771- 69 VW Sedan $1650Radio
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. north of NAS, lots and rentals. Near 1987
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. schools and shopping center. Clean, and Heater, Blue with White vinyl top.
Pick up & Delivery Available. and reasonable rates, Manager on IMPALA SEDAN

Mastercharge Grooming, Deflealng& BankAmerlcard& Bathing. 6301 premises.Roosevelt Children. 384 and.6264.pets wlecome. Make offer 384.7468 69 VW Sedan $1695Automatic

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 AL BATES USN( Ret) stick shift, Radio and Heater, Glltterbug
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. FOR RENT Now selling Datsun s Blue, Stock Number 6446.
Trailer 12x50 2 BR. $85 mon. 771-1545, Langley Datsun. 389.3621MERCEDESBENZ
COCK-A-POOS Near Cecil Field. 69 VW Sedan $1995

Lovely accidents, black and lively, 6 '279',R&H, Excellent condition. SS70 "Accessory Car", Loadedl! With air conditioning, Dark
weeks, docked and wormed. $20. Call 43 CHAMPION lOxSS ASTRO MOTORS
blue, white interior.
389-0922, G.E. Kit., AC, Washer, Tilt Out Kit. 6566 Normandy Blvd.
Chen, 772.2853, after hours 7711638. 70 VW Sedan $2195
GARAGE SALEFour $2500. 174 FORD FAIRLANE
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Clothing, Toys,Misc. March 813. 4759 UTILITY TRAILER 4xS $550.Call Ron Rohrer at Credit Union, Dark Blue, with white Interior.Jacksonville's.
Avent Dr. Ortega Hills. Exc. Cond. $40 Call 264.5360 Ext. 2431 or 384.5941. ......................................................................................................

MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Most
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lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake aluminum boat, USCG equip. 2U. 297.

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3 BR. AC, Fenced-ln back yd., 5'/4' 4-Door Sedan, V-8, Power Steering, Factory Air con
FHA Loan.Small equity and take over
payments. 7712839. ditioning, Radio and Heater.

Two-67 Mustangs $1195
HEART OF MURRAY HILL
Door Hardtop, Red or Blue, Automatic Transmission,
Lovely 2 BR., Fireplace, Sep. Dining
Power Steering, Radio and Heater.
Rm., Garage HW Floors, FHA
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Navy Wives Club Installs Six




i: New Members at March Meeting

underprivileged children in and earned two merit badges his
Jax The Navy Wives Club of
America, Jax \\86, held their Georgia, and anyone interestedmay first month,but never lived to see
monthly business meeting March bring them to the Not New the badges. The son of a laborers,
3 at Compton Hall with President Shop or the Nursery. There will Angel and his family lived in one
Barbara Howard in charge. also be drop off boxes for the of the worst-hit areas of the tragic
Viviene Jenkins was awardedan canned food at those places. earthquake that hit California
86 Guard for volunteer hours. The club is sending letters to and Angel was killed by the
The board members also each of the judiciary committee quake. This fund has been set up
presented her a membership pin members requesting support for to help other little boys who are
for her devoted work with the two bills in Congress.One unable to join the scout
club during her short stay. Mrs. is to establish a Navy organization due to lack of
; Jenkins will return to her home in Wives Club of America finances.
Eugene, Ore. this month with Proclamation Day, and the
plans to organize a new Navy other is to get a Federal Charterfor Membership Chairman Ailene
Wives Club of America. NWCA. Also members have Wells has announced plans for a
New members that were installed agreed to sign and ask their membership drive Wednesday at
FOR VIETNAM DUTY SN Manuel Salazar of Com Fair Jx by candlelight were, friends to sign 'Prisoner of War' the Navy Exchange and Commissary -
receives the Navy Commendation Medal from RAdm. Lawrence Grace Van Selow, Kathy letters to send to Hanoi as friends store with favors for the
Heyworth Jr., Fleet Air Commander. Salazar was decorated for dutyin Schroyer, Patti Sweigart, requested by the National kiddies, and invitations for the
Vietnam where he was a .50 caliber machine gunner on an armored Georgiana Balling, Barbara President.A moms to join NWCA Jax 86.
troop carrier in the Mekong Delta from Oct. 1969 to Oct. 1970. He made Howard and Grace Roark. contribution to the Angel March 31 will find the ladies
276 combat patrols and came under direct enemy fire twice. Salazar Priscilla Maurice was welcomed Ferrer Memorial Fund was voted putting on a combination fashion
has been in the Com Fair Jax Air Intelligence Division since Novem back as a guest and plans to unanimously when ladies heard show membership event.
become a member at the next the story of a Cub Scout's plightto
ber.Air meeting. pay his initiation fee to join the Compton Hall will be the set
Force Radar Squadron Several motions were adopted scout organization. Little Angel ting for the monthly husband
during the evening. They include collected pop bottles and wife social March 20 with a St.
collecting canned goods for the aluminum cans to raise the fee Patrick's Day theme. A
'Way Inn'.Operation White Hat is and buy part of a uniform so he Shamrock Luncheon will be held
Selects Airman of MonthJaxSgt. on again this year.The white hats could belong to the cub scout March 24 for the monthly luncheon
are collected for a camp for pack. He attended one meeting schedule.

Douglas B. Cooney -- -
has been selected 'Airman of the
Marines Retire From
Month' for February at the 679th Two Corps
Air Force Radar Squadron here.
He was chosen on the merits of
his outstanding job performance, I isr. At MATSG Inspection CeremonyJax
his military bearing and behavior
both on and off duty, and his .=
knowledge of military subjects Chief Warrant Officer Electrician 'A' School phase ability, Chief Warrant Officer
and current events. Howard Holland retired from the officer, personnel officer, adjutant Holden introduced new policiesand
Sgt. Cooney reported here Jan. Y Marine Corps after 36 years of and transition officer. procedures in the Personnel
service Feb. 28 during a MATSG Mr. Holden received his third Office which directly resulted in
inspection retirement ceremonyat Navy Achievement Medal for the more orderly and expeditious
Take Your Babyto the NATTC Parade Field. meritorious service with MATSG handling of a voluminous administrative
During the ceremony Mr. Holden while serving as assistant per work load.
was awarded, his third Navy sonnel officer from April 16, 1970 'His administrative skill was
Sgt. Cooney Achievement Medal. to Dec. 9.According. particularly evident by his implementation
10, 1969, from Keesler Air Force GySgt. Duncan C. Langlandswas to the citation, and supervision of
a SpecialistWE Base, Miss., where he completedhis transferred to the Fleet 'Chief Warrant Officer Holden's a new and improved accounting
technical training. He is Reserve during the same superb performance of duty system for the accurate and
MAINTAIN IT presently assigned to the :AN. ceremony after more than 20 during this period was reflectedin timely processing of quota serial
WITH LOVING CARE FST-2B Section as a digital data years of active service. the untiring manner in whichhe numbers in response to the
TOM BUSH Volkswagen computer repairman.The CWO Holden ended a career performed myriad tasks with requirements of Headquar.-;:
27-year-old sergeant hails that spanned three wars and the highest degree of dedicationand ters Marine Corps on personnel
Reqwy Squaw from Roanoke, Va., and his many tours of duty. Here at professional competence. assignments,' the citation con
9830.Atlantic Blvd. hobbies include fishing, handball, MATSG he has served in various 'Displaying exceptional tinued.
basketball and football. billets, including Aviation organizational and managerial He is married to the former
Miss Pauline Benner of Detroit.
Mich., who was also a Marine
during World War II.
of the Treasury / Internal Revenue Service <
PI n G Department &", 'IC70 The Holdens will make their
Return
Tax

'For" 1040 1 the year January Dacambar lyj 31, 1970.or other Individual taxable year beginning Income....._.,....."............., 1970 ending .......Your......soclll.......security.........number 19--.... retirement GySgt. Langlands home in Jacksonville.was transferred

last name to the Fleet Reserve
and middle initials of both) ,
lint fiamw
uu
flnt MIM and Initial (II joint return
completing a 20 year career that
covered two wars and duty at
$ Parris Island, S. C. and Camp
Your otxuZ Lejeune, N. C. In 1942 he
'. Home III.,... (Number and street or rural route) departed for New Zealand, and in
1943 he was on the island of

i I a.S Clq town or post offs. end State ode Guadalcanal for jungle training.
After several other tours, he
If file S was assigned to duty in Vietnam
r.turn for 1968 (if same as .hove write 'Sam. ) none .
Cnt.r 6.10 on pint your or lolnt to s.parate returns, .nt.r 1968 name. and adds. sL I i and then to MATSG, Jackson
:

reason. ., '/IIII::: tieing .....'-M ville.GySgt. Langlands and his wife
Nams t of M"
4 n Unmarried Head Audrey have two children and
Your plan to reside in Jacksonville, N.
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ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY

March 11 March SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
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March 13 March 14 March 15 March 16 March 17



Pirates Phil Cay Phil Cay The
and the The
and the Soul Four
Cove ChantelsCocktail ChantelsTommy'C TreatmentArchie of Mandarin'Drink Rare Exit America'sChildren
ClubsMark




A ce1J-Duce1J Leslie
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Hour and his and Castle of Noon Special Ha Hour
Club 7-9 p.m. BandDancing WhateversFair and his the Week MeatLoaf4:30PP6: p.m.
Bar Vodka
GroupPrime



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CPO 20 cents to Dancing to Rib Fried I St. Patrick'soff
on WhateversFair Mark Club Chicken
Day
Club Roast
All Pizzas Castle $1.95Family Closed $1.45 Dance





Officers .
Beefeaters TommyBrooks Johnny Noon Noon
Club Night Jelinek Buffet Buffet Buffet St. Patrick'sDay
$1.50 $1.50



CLUB HOURS

Open for your convenience 6 a.m..10 p.m. -=--
Pirates CPO Officers Acey-Ducey Support
D PICKUP
Cove Club Club Club .
Monday thru Thur D ROAD DELIVERY.I

11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Weekends Friday & Saturday your; 0 MECHANIC t I)

Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight 1 p.m to 1:30: a.m. 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS _
11 a.m to 2 a.m.
Friday & Saturday Weekdays Sunday
9a.m.t02a.m.Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Noon to Midnight BOB'S OAK HILL

Monday thru Thur Club; &*
Sunday
9 a.m. to Midnight 11 a.m. to Midnight unl 76 n


SERVICE CENTER

Clothing 1 Store Hours most and popular is open men's Tuesday uniform and 103rd & Jammet Road 111.9156

Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.It .
is closed at all other times.
Jax-The two Retail Clothing operation are as follows:
Stores aboard this station operate Tuesday and Wednesday-9 a.m.
different hours and are stocked to 3:45: p.m.; Thursday and S,S en >iec.erlas
Standing Boulevard
individually. Friday-9 a.m. to 4:45: p.m.; (!; Cedar Hills Shopping Center
The NAS store is located in Saturday-8 a.m. to 1:15: p.m.; House of Quality Foods Phone 771.9223
Building 953 and carries a wide closed on Mondays, Sundays and
variety of men's uniform items national holidays. Every FRIDAY I Night is
along with a limited range of The NATTC Clothing Store in Every SATURDAY Night. i is FAMILY NIGHT
Wave's articles. Its hours of Bldg. 513 carries a selection of Your choice of

STEAK Chicken &

179 79 e,

_-y --- NIGHT I Chopped Dumplings Steak or


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3/4 Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter

LUNCH 11 AM tll2 PM DINNER4PMtil8PMWatch

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SEATS 197T.PINTOTUDOR.1600Cc., 4ESPEED' BUCKET TRANSS from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain

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(Where the Good Life is included in the rent)
$ 1 8 4 9


We have 6yesslx( ) swimming pools. D Plus 2045 Jammes Rd., Jacksonville, Da.
shuffleboard and badminton. D With _,, Phone: 781.3818
congenial young neighbors to help enjoy them. RENTING HOURS:
D All only one block from golf and an !.t-; Mon. Thru Sat.: 8:30.6:30; Sun. 1.6:30:
PRICE I elementary school-with other schools, shopping ,1 .
FULL centers and boating minutes away. You 1 r t DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt Blvd.,
turn San Juan-Continue
right on past
can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air Station ,
Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
10 minutes downtown Jacksonville In IS.rj .
in ;
CHARGES! -turn left to apartments.
NO HIDDEN Apartments have individually controlled
heating and air conditioning, carpeting,
draperies,and sliding glass door to courtyard ,
or balcony. D And you move into a 1 or 2 ARLENDUUI
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ComFairJax Trips Mayport




,< For CincLant Loop HonorsJax



Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville knocked off Naval Station Mayport,

_RQ_ .75.. _, tn__ win.. n_ the___ _1971_ edition_ -_____ of__ the____ Commander_ ______________ ___ Chief.__n__, U._ S.__ _Atlantic_nn___ Fleet_ _
. Forces Basketball Tournament here Friday. .

Representing CommanderFleet
Air Jacksonville in the
tournament the USS .
was Shangri <
:
La which had tour "
won a t .
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nament berth a week earlier by "' .;' "

downing Patrol Squadron Five, ,". ..' ;; ;. ',' ....
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75-76, in the title game of the t i:' ;>.,'.', ':'"

ComFalrJax championships.Vernon .'.... : ,::.
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Early, who had scored ,'. I ,}jl1.r"-: '. .
:. !' ; ,.
only four points in four previous ,> '. '. ;

tournament games, came off the .
bench mid way through the first
half to cut off a Mayport rally
and scored 24 points to help lift
ComFairJax to the title.
CECIL WINS Rick Erdman and Jim Butcher make a vain attemptto
Bob Parker chipped in 20 points block a shot during Friday's volleyball tilt between Cecil Field's
and Bob Davis added 17 in a intramural champions (AMD), and the Jax winners (NARTU). Cecil
---- .-- supporting role to aid the Shangri won the match, 15-7, '.15, 16.14.
CHAMPIONSHIP ACTION Mayport's Curtis Bond ((25)) fires for La win. Top shot for runner up
field goal In Friday's championship game against Harry Hopkins of Mayport was Stuart McKaig with
ComFairJax. Represented by the USS Shangri La, ComFairJax won 22. How They're StandingBOWLING
the game and championship, 89 73.
USS Noa played under the

Naval Station Mayport colors in King Pins 2.14 .125
A MCSSA6C FROM the CincLant affair Noa had lost
BE PREPARED Hospital C 1.15 .063
; ... earlier in the tournament to American League

:' Shangri La, 82-66, and fought its
,' r4 no obligation. way up through the loser's ComFalr No.2 15-1 .938 CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
: Call 396-5385 or 724-6979 bracket in the double elimination Ney Bowlers 13-3 .813

Ask for JOE BRACEWELL affair, to get a shot at Shangri La Tweekers 10ti.51h .647 Trainers 13-3 .813
for the forces afloat title. AFEES 104 ..6R's NATTC 11.5 .688
a a ...For a better understanding
of SOCIAL SECURITY Noa nearly missed a chance at Raiders 10.6 .625 Seventy Wons 11.5 .688
your
,; VETERAN BENEFITSalso the championship in the semi E-Zephyrs 9.7 .563 Split Finders 10-6 .625
LIFE INSURANCE finals after being down 17 pointsto Molar Rollers 916lt .588 Evildoers 7.5 .583
Naval Station Norfolk (USS SubMow V 9-7 .563 Hospital B 9-7 .563

JOB: BJ ACWELL GULF LIFE Raleigh) with eight minutes left MarBar No.2 4.12 .250 Tars 8-8 .500
Gold .375
in the game. But Noa rallied to 6-10 Comm 8-8 .500
INSURANCE COMPANY
MAJOR U "" RETIRED Hurricanes 6-10 .375
knot the score, 89-88, with two Hard Hats 6-6 .500
minutes left before pulling out in Bees 6-10 .375 Wild Ones 6-6 .500

front, 96.91, in the closing Saw Bones 5-11 .313 Eagles 2 7-9 .438
seconds. AMD 4.12 .250 CPO's 7.9 .438
T Fumbles 3-13 .188 Quaks 7-9 .438
Shangri La, unbeaten going Hospital 8-8 .500 Cleaners 5-7 .417
a into the championship round, lost Lazy Timers 5-11 .313
the morning game, 87.86, to Noa NATIONAL LEAGUE Sidewinders 5-11 .313
to set up the afternoon title fight. Knots 3-13 .188
Radar 17 13-3 .813
Other 'teams and commands 12-4
Pin Pals .750
in the six-team
they represented FlapJax 12-4 .750
tournament included ATLANTIC LEAGUE
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.1971 Ringers .688
Headquarters and Headquarters Pin Benders 11-5 .688
Squadron 2, Second Marine Air 10-6 .625 Alley Cats 15.1 .938
Corolla Point 679th Good and Bad 14.2 .875
Wing, Cherry representedFleet Leprechauns 10-6 .625 I
r Marine Force Atlantic; Jokers 11.5 .688
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Atlantic Staff played under ComFalr 1 8-8 .500 Eagles 9.7 .563
Naval Station Newport colors; Beer Cans 7-9 .438 VR-50 8-8. .500
and USS Orion carried Naval 5-11 .313 MarBar 6-6 .500
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Medical 'Sews Up' American



Intramural Basketball CrownJax


1.1' -! .Medical clinched the American
League intramural basketball title with
a pair of wins this week, while Hospital moved into the number two spot, with
1 Admin and VP-16 knotted in third place with identical 12-5 records.

+ Meanwhile, in the National
loop, VW-4 continued its second 30: The Marines out ran the second scorer with 26.
place standing, while the Bee's ComSquad from the start with MATSG 2, AMD 0: The Marine
are in the number three spot as Steve Carpenter's 22 point out squad was the only one in the
4 the season draws to an end. burst leading the way. gym at gametime.Air .
In games this week: Medical 71, Administration 58: Ops 57. MART 40: Lynn
Medical Hospital : Randy Dick Leibowitz burned the nets Merriman hit for 20 points and
\ James hit for 21 points to head the for 27 points in helping Medical Tom Ferguson added 16 in the
win, while teammates Dick move toward the American win. Steve Carpenter paced the
Leibowitz and Byron Krom hit for League championships. Tommie Marine effort with 19.
17 and 13 to aid the winners. Lynn Bowie of Admin was the game's VW 4 75, FICEUR 51: The
GOLF WINNERS --- Kelin was top gun for Hospitalwith Hurricane Hunters had little
Receiving trophies for the recent station 16.Bee's. Golf Times Set trouble downing the intelligencegroup.
military golf championships in
a ceremony last week were from left-: John Rhode hit for 16
Ernie Valazquez, VP06, 0. E. Meyer, AMD Capt. Kincaid, who 58, Aircraft Maintenance Jax-The Athletic Departmentgave points for the winners, althoughWill
presented the trophies; Walt Kelciewski, Hospital Joe McDonald, 40: John Wasson provided the the following schedule for Martin's 19 FICEUR
station golf pro and Bill Bernier, VA203. Capt. Kincaid and McDonald sting with 21 markers for the the first week of intramural golf: markers took scoring honors.
passed out the trophies. Seabee unit. Jerry Wactor hit for Monday, March 15: Weaponsvs. MATSG 53, NATTC 29: Dan
19 for the maintenance squad. VP-16 at 2 p.m. on the front Robinson hit for 18 points in
Military Golfers Vie 679th 73, NATTC 37: The airmen nine; MARTD vs. NARTU on the spearheading the Marine win.
improved their record to 5-10 front nine at 2:30: and NARF vs. Hospital 80, (Marine Barracks
behind the identical 18-point NAMTD at 2 p.m. on the back 55: Rester Bryan had a good
For Invitational WinJax performances of Leo Wincek and nine. night in hitting for 30 points to
Junior Aguon. Chuck Jenkins hit Tuesday: Front nine Air Opsvs. lead the win. Lynn Kelin added 20
for 16 for NATTC. VW-4 at 2 p,m., and FAETUvs. for the Hospital.
Over 150 top military yesterday morning over the Admin 133, FlapJax 41: Five NFO at 2:30.: FAW vs. VP45on VA-203 2, AMD 0: A forfeit.
golfers were expected to be on station's 7,000-yard links layout, Adminers hit in double figures as the back nine beginning at 2 Marine Barracks 59. FlapJax
hand yesterday as the Ninth according to Athletic Director they ripped winless FlapJax. 27: Ed Castelic collected 22 pointsin
Annual Southeast Military Invitational Frank McCaffrey, tournament Tommie Bowie led the charge p.m.Wednesday: All on front nine; marching the Marines to the
Golf Tournament got director. with 32, Fred Jordan added 26, Weapons vs. MARTD at 1:30 win.
underway here. The first scores were too late Bob Mackey hit for 24, Larry pm.; Po 'chops vs. MATSG at
Thirty one teams from six for the JaxAlrNew's deadline. Boylan punched in 27 and Wayne 2:00: and Hospital vs. FICEUR at
southeastern states as well as Complete results will be Clark contributed another 20. The 2:30.:
Puerto Rico and Cuba will be out published next week. photo shot was Jim Goodloe with Thursday, March 18, Front HONDA
for honors in the three day, 54- Robert Carlson of HomesteadAFB 20.Air nine: A-C Maintenance vs.
hole event, which runs through last year's winner with a Ops 54, NARTU 40: Larry Marine Barracks at 2 p.m., 679thvs. MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
tomorrow. two under par 214, is not Holcomb spearheaded the win Communications at 2:30: p.m. 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
The first golfers were to tee off playing this year. Team champion with 17 markers. FAETU vs. VW-4 at 2 p.m. on the PHONE 771.8244R11g
Ft. Jackson is back in the MARTD 50, Communications back nine.
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