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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 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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GALLEY GETS UNDERWAY With renovation of Galley One completed. through Self Help,
department heads and those who did tho actual work, gathered at the dining hall last Friday"> :
ternoon to witness the grand opening with VAdm. Robert L. Townsend, COMNAVAIRLANT,
Newest Look:: cutting the ribbon as Charlie Meyer, designer for the project Capt. John Klncaid, NAS COg and
RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth, COMFAIRJAX observe. More than a hundred hungry guests tiled ;
through the chow line for. deliciously prepared meal. After dinner, AMS1 Daulton Kirkland (center
photo), who received the Navy Commendation Medal from Capt. Kincaid, was one of the many
military and civilian employees who were honored for their part In remodeling Galley One.


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1 Lead on EducationJaxServicemen ;


VOL. 28 NO. SO 'Published In The Interest of'Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville, Florida.' MARCH 18, 1971

and women with less than 180 days of

s active duty to serve may now enroll for refresher or
Armv Cites Marine
Sergeant remedial courses preparing them for a high school
., o diploma, college entrance exam or further training

i Jax-Marine GySgt Guy White, U. S. forces in the northernmost programs.The .
a guard chief and staff noncommissioned provinces of South Vietnam lie NAS Education Services Office, with assistance
.'" officer-in-charge ,, advised and instructed the
" from Florida Junior College, will offer Pre-Discharge
of training at the Marine regiment how to use the balanced
Barracks here, has received the pressure system and air Educational Program (PREP) courses Monday through
Bronze Star for meritorious delivered sensor devices, and Thursday evenings from 7 until 10 p.m. at Hangar 1000.
service in Vietnam. often accompanied sensor teamsto PREP courses are free and will not affect a ser-
From November 1969 until the field for practical training. vicemen's G.I. Bill benefits.

October 1970, GySgt. White was ., Under his guidance, the 2nd Registration for these courses is scheduled for April
an advisor to the 2nd Regiment, ; "J'I Regiment became the first and 6 from 7-9 p.m. in Room 235 of Hangar 1000.
Vietnamese Army to use this
1st Infantry Division of the South r "'"
For further information contact the ESO at Ext. 2596.
Vietnamese Army. His citation sensor system, according to his
commends his part in raising the d citation.He .
standards of the 2nd Regimentand was further cited for his
the 1st Infantry Division to its ,. NBRONZE 'ability, dedication and technical Inman Wins Golf InvitationalSee
present high level of efficiency. knowledge'which earned him the
As his citation reads, he coor- respect and admiration of his ( story on page 15))
dinated the programs of the 1st STAR--Maj.| J.F. fellow man.Top.
Lavin, CO Marine Barracks,
Infantry Division with that of thegooooooooooooooooc
presented Bronze Star to White.ooooooooooooooooo.

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i Capt. Quigley Predicts Bright Future for Waves f I



Jax-Women will play a Already she has complied a eliminate some of the major number of top jobs during her
role in the Navy list of grievances
greater common dissatisfactions which women 17-year Navy career Capt.
according ,to' Wave Director, which she will present in find with service life. Quigley recalls that one of her
Capt. Robin L. Quigley. Washington for an in-depth One problem brought to her main reasons for joining was
Visiting here on her way to study. attention here was the ap- to be part of a very tangible
Charleston. S.C., she told area Complete Waves grooming parent decrease in overseas organization.
, enlisted Waves Monday of her guidelines, changes in billets for Navywomen. 'This feeling of par-
plans to make some 'drastic uniform items and new Although she is currently ;' xd ticipation,' she explained, 'is '
changes' in existing Navy policies for dependency are studying the matter, the so typical of many Waves
regulations concerningwomen. just some of the details which captain told Waves that they today, especailly those who
will receive her attention should be more fully employedin have requested duty in
'The Navy's continuing when she returns to their present billets by Vietnam to help out in a time "
unprecedented trend in new Washington.With 'demanding equal -' of crisis.' .
and imaginitive thinking gives only 6000 Navywomenand professional status with men.' t!. While many decisions .
2 a green light for im no immediate plans for an She added that as the Navy concerning Navywomen are ,
provement, especially for the increase in force unless on a drives for a smaller, yet yet to come Capt. Quigley \
Waves,' she told them. Navy-wide basis, Capt. highly qualified force, there expressed her optimism
During her two months asS Quigley told newsmen Mon will be added opportunites for r toward their future role. She "
director and assistant chief of day morning that her primary women, especially senior thinks that a great deal of \
o Naval personnel for Women concern for the Waves is officers, in top management, .t(ff credit for progress should go
Capt. Quigley has Introduced retention. By creating more fiscal and data processingjobs. to Adm. Zumwalt-'a man for '
many Ideas for boosting the realistic reenlistment Incentives the times who takes a natural
8 appeal of Navy life for women.00000000000000000c. she hopes to0000000000ooo0000 (Having already served In a00000000000000000c Capt. QuigleyOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO attitude toward change.'

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11 I.m. to 2 .m. WEEKDAYS
Friday d. Saturday Weekdays Sunday
Saturday 11 '..m. to 1 ..m. 11 a.m. to I 1 ..m. Noon to Midnight GALLEY NO. li Breakfast 6 to 7:30: a.m. Dinner-11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Supper
9 I.m. to 2 '.m. to 5:90: p.m. Sandwich line served at dinner only.
Sunday Monday thru Thur Club GALLEY NO. J: BreaMatt-5:30: to 7 ..m.1 Dlnner.11 a.m. to 12:30: p.m.;
9 a.m. to Midnight 11 '.m. to Midnight'i Supper-5 to 6:15 p.m.Sandwich line open In Wings and 6 at dinner only.
WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
BOTH GALLEYS Early BreaKfas1-6:30 to 1:30: a.m. Brunch-':30 a.m. to
12:30: p.m.; Supper to 5:30: p.m.
COM RATS prices: Breakfast cents J Dinner and Brunch 70 cents/ Supper
IIr = cents. The following menu Is served at both galleys.


Friday,March If Dressing, Buttered Green Peas
JlltECatholic BREAKFAST-Hot Buttered Grits, Polonaise Cauliflower, Chocolate
Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Cupcakes with Fudge Icing.
Order Griddle Cakes, Choice of SANDWICH LINE-Simmered
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--'i:'iv rnw Grilled Bologna, Fish Fillets, Hash Frankfurters with Sauerkraut.
Brown Potatoes, Assorted Cake SUPPER-Pea Soup, Beef Pot Pie,
Doughnuts. or Boiled Franks, French Fried
DINNER-Oyster Stew, Shrimp Potatoes, Steamed Sauerkraut,
Curry, Curry Condiments or Roast Buttered Broccoli Spears, Sugar
Pork, Brown Pork Gravy, Tossed Cookies.
Green Rice, Buttered Broccoli Spears,
Pineapple Pie.SANDWICH. Tuesday,March 23
LINE-Grilled Ham & BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Hard
NAVAL AIR STATION Cheese or Tuna Salad Sandwiches. Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order,
A'1T SUPPER-Shrimp Gumbo, Pot French Toast, Baked Sausage Patties,
Roast of Beef, Vegetable Gravy, Hash Brown Potatoes, Glazed Per.
Saturday Mass -5 P.M. Sunday Mashed Potatoes, Lyonnalse Wax shlngs.
Mass 8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass Beans, Club Spinach, Blueberry Pie. DINNER-OnionSoupPan Roast of
Monday 11 A.M, Tuesday Beef, Brown Gravy Mashed Potatoes,
through Friday 11:30: A.M. Saturday,March 20 Seasoned Green Beans, Tomatoes with&
Okra, Strawberry Shortcake
Saturday Confessions 10:30: BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Hard Whipped Topping.
11:15: A.M. Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Ham
NATTC French Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choiceof burgers and Cheeseburgers.
Grilled' Bacon, Ham or Minute Barbecued *
\ SUPPER-Vegetable Soup
Sunday Mass-9:30 A.M.'BIdg.500
:
AFfif Steaks, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Corn Beef, Lyonnalse
Blueberry Muffins.BRUNCHFried. Fried
Potatoes, Buttered Carrots
YOUR SON JUST SAID HIS REST Sunday Worship 10 A.M. Eggs to Order, Cabbage, Peach Shortcake with

WORP... OPEN YOUR MOUTH burgers Breakfast Cheeseburgers Meat or Grilled, French Ham. Whipped Topping.

ProtestantNAVALAIRSTATJON Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Wednesday March 24
Beans, Iced Cinnamon Twists, Dutch BREAKFAST-Hot Hominy Grits,
Apple Pie. Chilled Apple! Juice, Har9 SUPPER..Bralsed Pork Chops, Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order Griddle
OTAX AIR NTISWSThe Brown Gravy, Steamed Rice, Savory Cakes, Grilled Ham Slices, Minced
Bread Dressing, Boiled Navy Beans, Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes, Iced Bear
Baked Corn & Tomatoes, Iced Fruit Claws.
Sunday Bars. DINNER-Tomato Rice Soup, Steak

JAX AIR NEWS (I. a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Holy Communion 8:30: A.M. Sunday,March 21 Encasserole{ Brown- Pan, Gravy
Rissole Potatoes, Fried Rice, But
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Bldg. 750; Church School 9:15: BREAKFAST-Hot Farina, Chilled tered Lima Beans, Steamed Spinach,
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing' Company, a A.M. Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Butterscotch Pudding.SANDWICH .
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Youth,WorshipCnursery( grade rri.Bo"e Cakes Eggs, French Toast LINE-Sloppy Joes on

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS 9) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship Bacon, Ham or Minute Choice Pork oJ Grilled Chops, Hamburger Bun. Grilled
SUPPER
Jacksonvllle' by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Service10:30 A.M. Bldg. 750; Hash Brown Potatoes, Iced Double Salmon Patties-Potato, Baked Soup Veal 4 Pork
Items are welcomed. from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30: snails. Loaf Tomato Gravy, Home Fried
3119. P.M. Bldg. 722; Senior Youth Breakfast BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Potatoes Baked Macaroni A Cheese,
Fellowship.1:30: P.M.-Bldg. 722. Sandwich, Meat French or Grilled Cheese Buttered Brussel ''Sprouts, Banana

"Everything advertised In this publication mutt be made Tuesday Potato Chips, Baked Fried Beans Potatoes, iced, Cake with Fluffy Icing.
available for purchase, use patronage without regard to race, Horse Shoe Rolls, iced Layer Cake Thursday, March 24

creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Christian Science Service 7 with SUPPER.Butter Cream. Icing. BREAKFAST-Hot Wheat Cereal to,

patron. A confirmed violation' or rejection of this policy of equal P.M. Mushroom Sauce Grllled, Baked Beef Potato Steak withMonday Order Hard ,Boiled French Eggs Toast, Fried, Grilled Eggs Lun
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Tuesday Sour Cream French Fried Potatoes, cheon Meat, Creamed Chipped Beef,
21.' advertising from that source." Cream Peas d Carrots, Buttered Cottage Fried Potatoes, Swedish Tea
;; Senior Choir Rehearsal P.M. with Brunei Sprouts, Strawberry Jell o Rings.
Whipped Topping. DINNER-Cream of Turkey Soup
i:: Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries' Bldg. 750NAVAL Roast Turkey Log, Turkey Gravy
,; concerning such should be directed to: IIOSPITAL March22BREAKFASTHot Southern Sweet Potatoes, Mashed
Hominy Grits, Potatoes Creole Hominy, Buttered
; :/ THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Chilled Tomato Juice, Hard Boiled Peas & Celery, Chocolate Cream Pie-

{.{I: 4747.San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Divine Worship. 10 a.m. Cakes Eggs,,Fried Grilled EggS Bacon to Order Slices,, Griddle Minced Sandwich.SANDWICH LiNE-Variety Meat.
NATTC
, i J. Telephone 388.2755 Beef Blsmarks.DINNERChicken, Home. Fried Potatoes, Glazed SUPPER-Mlnestrone Soup, Italian
,1:1. Meat Sauce, Boiled Spaghetti Pizza
1 VOL. 28.I'9.50..MARCH Divine Worship11 A.M. Bldg. Rice Soup, Pie, Bread, O'Brien
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Vietnam Returnees Get "'" .',1\\\\. a,', ., II.'.. '.1,.'" '. ., .',.",,' .', .' 'I'. ''. .. ,"',".' .,''_,1.;., :..,.(;.

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Tax Filing ExtensionWASHINGTON y I jvie Schedule 1


Military men and women (in the _(: ::"m' m,a n" ,m, .m. .a.mm: .HUH, ,a' .: "
Vietnam combat zone do not have to file a Federal income -

tax form until 180 days after they leave the war Thursday,March 18 starring Yul Brynner and Orson
zone. They are also exempt from paying any interest on Welles. 'G' VG ((112 mins.)
taxes due until: the extension period (is ended. racing NAS: drama'FEVER starring HEAT' Color Nick HOSPITAL: 'IN SEARCH OF
other members of the armed a Adams and Jeanine Rlley. 'G' G THE CASTAWAYS'
forces serving overseas have combat zone and hospitalized n; ra > ((105 mins.)
until June 15 to file a Federal outside the United States do not Monday,March 22
income tax return, but must pay have to file a return until 180 days a HOSPITAL: 'NO BLADES OFGRASS'
any taxes due on or before April after hospitalization ends, or ,r Color drama starring NAS: 'THE BIG BOUNCE'
15 to avoid interest charges. until their assignment in Vietnam Nigel Davenport and Jean Color drama starring Ryan
Combat zones are designatedby ends, whichever is later. Wallace. 'R' E ((97 mins.) O'Neal and Leigh Taylor Young.
Presidential Executive Order. When a Vietnam returnee files R' VG ((102 mins.)
To date, the Republic of Vietnamis a return, he should include the Friday,!March 19 HOSPITAL: 'BATTLE OF '
the only area listed as a combat exclusive dates of war zone NEREYVA'
., NAS: 'GAS S S S Color
zone. However, certain ser- service and the date the tax
vicemen serving outside the area return is due as a result of the 180 comedy starring Robert Foriff Tuesday,March 23
and s.; and Elaine Giftos. 'GP' G ((80
supporting Vietnamese day extension. The same
mins.)
military operations under conditions provision applies for those NAS: 'THE MAGIC
which qualify them for eligible for the hospital ex HOSPITAL: 'FEVER HEAT' CHRISTIAN' Color satire
hostile -fire pay may be grantedthe tension. starring Peter Sellers, Ringo
same tax benefits as those in The wife of a serviceman may Saturday,March 20 Starr and Raquel Welch. 'GP' G
Vietnam. file a joint return while her -...... ((95 mins.)
Service personnel injured in a husband is in Vietnam. Lissome, lovely Wily Key, a NAS: 'IN SEARCH OF THE
recent Playboy Playmate of the CASTAWAYS' Color adventure HOSPITAL: 'THE BIG
Month, adds a refreshing changeto BOUNCE'
the new year. The 21-year-old fantasy starring Hayley Mills,
Gov.r..t Personnel Mutual Vancouverite moved to Canada Maurice Chevalier and George
from the Netherlands in 1955, Saunders. 'G' E ((98 mins.) Wednesday,March 24
Lift Insurance and .is currently enjoying her
Company occupation as n photographer'smodel. HOSPITAL: 'GAS S S' NAS: 'HORROR HOUSE'Color
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., The 5'4", 108 lb. straw horror starring Frankie Avalon
'$p clalltt$ ,In service< to the military' berrr blonde say she doesn't Sunday,March 21 and Jill Hayworth. 'GP' G ((90
much care for shoulder-length mins.) ;
JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVE: hair on her men. Willy states NAS: 'BATTLE OF HOSPITAL: THE MAGIC ,
JIM RICHARDSONCdr. to emphatically look like men., "I "want my dates NEREYVA' Color war drama CHRISTIAN'
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I More Cecil Men Receive HonorsNAS Capt. Survives Double I



Cecil..In ceremonies last Ordnance-Nuclear Safety Officer of others and by application of his Sinking of Same Ship
week in Captain Coleman's office from August 16th, 1968 to own innovations to more efficiently -
two more Cecil personnel September 9th 1970. LCdr. employ men and I the I
who was twice by Bagley.
received awards. A Navy captain
Sullivan was directly responsibleto materials.
Receiving their awards were the Commander Attack Machinist Mate Second Class rescued from the sinking cruiser He was then assigned to the
Lieutenant Commander John L. Carrier Air Wing Three for Cunningham also received the USS Astoria following the cruiser USS Tuscaloosa as fire
Sullivan and Aviation coordination and safety in all Navy Achievement Medal and disastrous Battle of Savo Island control officer and in this ship he
Machinist's Mate Second Class facets of Ship-Air Wing efforts in was presented with a citation. August 9, 1942 and who has participated in the North African,
Raymond J. Cunningham.LCdr. conventional and special The citation read of Cunningham, pioneered Navy astronautics and Normandy and Southern Prance
Sullivan received the weapons evolutions. lie 'For meritorious achievement nuclear weapons program will invasions. He was ordered to
Navy Achievement Medal and a distinguished himself and made while attached to Attack retire from active Navy service flight training in November of
citation. Of LCdr. Sullivan, the great contribution to the combat Squadron 86, embarked in the March 1 of this year. 1944 and designated a naval
citation read, 'For professional readiness of the Air Wing through USS Coral Sea as Aircraft Intermediate Captain Frank W. Ault, U.S. aviator in October of 1945.
achievement while serving as exceptional devotion to duty, Maintenance Navy, who is presently Assistant Following the war Ault un-
Attack Carrier Air Wing Three ability to inspire the best efforts Department Jet Engine Repair Deputy Commander for Plans derwent special training at
Work Center Shift Supervisorfrom and Programs and Comptrollerin Sandia Base, New Mexico to
F1il{ r I r T October 27th 1969 to April the Naval Air Systems Command become one of the Navy's first
16th 1970 during combat in Washington D.C., has experts in the handling and
operations. Petty Officer Cunningham made major contributions to the delivery of atomic weapons.
consistently demonstrated Navy's nuclear warfare and These men were known as
superior technical skill astronautics programs duringthe 'weaponeers' in those days. He
and exceptional supervisory postwar years. then became a Navy instructor in
ability by expeditiously repairingjet His survival of the sinking of atomic weaponry and was later a
M s engines in support of the the Astoria was fortuitous. He bomb commander in the Navy's
embarked Air Wing. His com was officer-in-charge of a gun first atomic bomb delivery
prehensive repair effort was mount that took a direct hit which squadron (VC-5)).
highly sucessful and allowed the killed or wounded everyone in the
himself. In all the In 1957 Ault wrote the Navy's
squadrons to enjoy an excellent mount except ,
readiness posture, thereby Astoria was battered by 76 direct first space program plan while he
t 4 19IM greatly enhancing their ability to hits from the Japanese ships was assigned to the former
meet operational commitmentsin during the night battle which Bureau of Ordnance as Military
-- -- ---------- Southeast Asia. resulted in the sinking of an Assistant for Nuclear Weaponsand
and three United Director of Research for
Australian
Clpt. T.T. Coleman presents Navy Achievement medals to R.J. Astronautics. Subsequent
Cunningham, left,and LCDR Sullivan,right,proving onc..galn that a Take Your Baby States cruisers. assignments have included space headof
good lob does not unnoticed. The Astoria suffered 216 killed
go
the Space Programs Branch in
and 186 wounded but was still
... afloat after the battle. The the office of the Chief of Naval
------ --------- destroyer USS Bagley came Operations (1961-61), military
to alongside and took off the sur- assistant to the Deputy Directorfor
a SpecialistWE vivors, including Ault. Space in the office of the
Secretary of Defense ((1962-64))
MAINTAIN Astoria still afloat the
IT The was
and he returned to the office of
WITH LOVING CARE next morning and Ault was a
the Chief of Naval Operations in
member of a salvage party that
TOM BUSH
Volkswagen 1968 as Director of Navy Space
went back aboard to attempt to
Reqen&gqllOM' save her, However, an exploding Programs.
magazine blew a hole in her hull Another recent assignment
9850 Atlantic Blvd. and Ault had to be rescued again (1966-67) was CommandingOfficer
of the attack aircraft
carrier USS Coral Sea. During
this period the Coral Sea won the
YAMAHA Battle Efficiency Pennant in

221 ...IS OUR BUSINESS- competition with all Pacific Fleet
The carriers, was awarded the Navy
ORANGE PARK ROAD NEW 650 CC OUR ONLY BUSINESSIWESWAPTRADESELL Unit Commendation and was

Touring Twin selected 'Ship of the Year' by
Our Navy magazine. lie was
Phon 264-4263 awarded the Legion of Merit for
r 1 his accomplishments as her
skipper.

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1 r Capt. Ault is a 1943 graduate of
the United States Naval
Academy and later during his

; GREMLIN..for 1971 career physics courses completed at the Universityof advanced

Good Used VW's For Cycles New Mexico and graduatedfrom
Newer Used Cycles For VW's the Industrial College of
the Armed Forces.He .

is a native of Bellaire, Ohio
YAMAHA
SOUTH and calls Glencoe, Ohio his home.

14521 BEACH BLVD. PHONE 246-1445 He is married to the former
Vi Mile West of Intercoastal I Waterway Helen Hamner of Jacksonville,
SERVICE PARTS ACCESSORIES Fla.daughter.and they have four sons anda


Capt. Ault is a member of the
American Ordnance Society,
I American Astrounautical Society
and the United States Naval
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PR1 R1At10NfEpEltALtAXr $5974 356-0735 40 W. Monroe St.

541.5 PHILLIPS HWY. Both hornet.high quality, Duluxe Furniture, 5256 Beach Blvd. .
y Wall to wall carpet, level 396-2895
rRE9ARA ONI eye oven.
737-3400 6263 Roosevelt Boulevard 4721 San Juan Ave.
2220 Mayport Road Phone 384-5584 or 384-5585 384-2314
. Atlantic Beach Phone 246.1246 1436 Edgtwood Ave.W
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High Pressure Salesmen


Carry 'Bag of Tactics' !


By Lt. Jack T. Powers, JAGC, USNR
(Member of the Oklahoma Bar)

Jax We are all aware that for the past several
months the economic situation has been such that

consumers have had less money available to buy non "
essential goods and services from merchants. As a

result of this, the competition between merchants for a
share of the consumer dollar is fierce. ailpl

Because of this increased _
competition, high pressure pletely before signing any contract Iu
selling tactics are more .
prominent. This often results in In Florida the 'Retail In-
people obligating themselves to stallment Sales Act' provides I
eli rat
pay for goods or services they do certain safe-guards for the f I
not actually need, want, or can consumer in situations where he __ _____ ._________.. _.____.____
afford. is to receive goods or services TO STUDY HERE-Prior to graduating from a training course at Athens Ga., the group of foreign
One selling technique which Is and pay for them over a period of naval officers that will arrive here next week, gathered for. class photo with officials of the Supply
often corrupted into a high time. Corps School.
pressure tactic is door to door Among these safeguards is a
sales. This is not to say that all section that provides that each
door to door salesman use high contract shall include in writing a Supply Sets Period
pressure tactics or that all door to notice to the buyer stating that Training
door salesman should be avoided. the buyer should not sign the .,
However, many times after a contract before reading it or if it
door to door salesman has been contains any blank spaces; that :
extended the courtesy of an Invitation he is entitled to an exact copy of For 12 Foreign Navy Officers
into your home, the any contract which he signs; and
salesman may make no move to that he has a right to pay the
leave and may continue his sales amount due in advance and Jax Twelve foreign naval officers from seven countries will begin three
pitch even though you made it receive a partial refund of the weeks of functional training with the station's Supply Department Monday.The .
abundantly clear that you are not financing charges.The .
interested in his product. Many act also provides, among officers, representing the U.S. International Logistics will report to the Ships Parts
people have given in and signed other things, that the full price of navies of Argentina, Ethiopia, Program. They may also use the Control Center, Mechanicsburg,
contracts simply to get rid of the the goods must be stated along Germany, Greece, Iran, Norwayand logistics techniques to develop or Pa., for four additional weeks of
salesman. with the amount or rate of the Spain, have just completedseven improve the supply systems training in Inventory Control
Another selling technique financing charges which is called weeks of indoctrination within their respective navies.In Point procedures.The .
which is often used as a high the time price differential.The training at the U.S. Navy Supply addition to their training, the
pressure tactic is a combination most Important thing an Corps School, Athens, Ga., officers will take tours to the officers Include Lt.
of the 'referral sale' and the 'one. Individual can do to avoid being Their additional training at Naval Air Rework Facility, Francisco Moreno Rodriquez,
time offer.' These methods are victimized by high pressure NAS Jax will give them an op- Mayport Naval Station and in Spain; LCdr. Arne Olsen, Nor-
often combined with the door to selling tactics Is to Insist upon the portunity to observe logistics port ships; St. Augustine, way; Lt. Dirk Brandt, Germany;
"'" door technique. In the referral opportunity to carefully read any management techniques they Marineland, Six Gun Territory, Lt. Antonio. Merono Parra,
sale a customer buys a product contracts and then take ample learned as theory at Athens in Silver Springs; and Air Force Spain; Lt. George Panagopoulosand
for a stated price. time to decide if the goods are actual operation at a major NASA and Navy facilities at Cape Lt.Andreas Genitsaropoulos,
For each person the customer what he actually wants and. more supply activity.The Kennedy.Thr Greece; Lt. Manrique Gonzales
refers the salesman to who also importantly, if he can afford the program is designed to group will also meet with Avellaneda, Argentina; LUj.g.)
buys the product the customer goods. If you have any questionsconcerning familiarize junior foreign naval local government officials and Tessema Gebre Michael,
will receive a percentage contracts you are officers with the U.S. Navy civic leaders, and visit the Ethiopia;Lt. (J.g.) Peter Brand,
discount on the product. considering signing the legal Supply system, and to prepare Jacksonville Port Authority and Germany; Lt. Sven C. Kioschos,
Congressional investigationshave assistance officer is available to them for future duty assignments the Florida Publishing Company. Germany; and Lieutenants (j j.g.)
revealed that some com- Interpret and explain any involving the requistioning and After their training is com- Faridoon Bazian and Bahram
panies using this technique do not provisions. control of materials under the pleted here, most of the officers Assadian, Iran.
bother to follow up on the
referrals. In the 'one time offer'
technique the customer will be
offered goods 'at the manufac-
turer's cost' or some similar
enticement, but he must buy the ?<

goods mediately.or sign The the customer contract cannot im- See us for a

think the offers over because the
salesman cannot offer the goodsat ((4, lJ
such a substantial savings"ever
again. low cost loan. '

Another, high pressure '
technique one which anyone .
should recognize the techniqueof
'arm twisting.' This tactic can
be used In any situation In which
there Is a salesman and a ANNUAL
customer. Any time a salesman 1
puts a customer in a position 9 PERCENTAGE
where he does not feel free to O RATE "
leave the 'arm twisting' tactic Is
being used. Since this tactic is ..INCLUDING
easily recognized it Is amazingthat
it Is so often used and so CREDIT, LIFE INSURANCE --
often successful.
After being able to recognizethe
high pressure tactics, how JAxNau FEDERAL
does one keep from being vic-

salesman timized by? In the most high situations pressure the Lowest rate in town 7JiMil

recognition that high pressure
tactics are being used is suf-
ficient protection to avoid being

victimized.One ROOSEVELT MALL : NAS M NAS CECIL :{
JAX Bldg.39Tel nidq 26 NATTC, Bldg. SOl
of the things an individualcan PHONE 384 1391 ::;:;: .::::
do to protect himself is to Hours: Mon.Thurs 10AM.5:30: PM :!!!! 387 5622 or Base Ext! 2431 Trl 7713211, Ext 21$ {';;: Tel I 7722448, Mon.. Wcrt frioFrl:10AM.7PMSat,10AM.IPM
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insist upon the opportunity to .J t1 1r: nAMtlllPM
read carefully any contract he is
going to sign. In addition the
customer should absolutely insist
that all blanks be filled in com- .



MARCH 18, 1971

PAGE 6 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER .......

v.' < -. Freedoms Foundation Honors



Letter by Nattc's AOC ClarkJax


write letters on 'Freedom
AOC Edward D. Clark, and when It is withheldfeel, Privilege or Obligation?' :
an instructor at Phase II of the threatened by AOC Clark enlisted in the
it.
Aviation Ordnance 'B' School, obligated to defend retired United States Navy in 1941 and
Aldridge, a
r was presented with a George Clarence Cove first reported to NATTC in 1942
M Green
I-i wi Washington Honor Medal Award, vice admiral from the awards when he attended Aviation Ordnance -
a letter from Congressman Springs, presented at 'A'School.He and his wife,
and for writing a and conducted the ceremony
Bennett, $50.00 at the Emma Sue, NATTC's candidate
Restaurant
winning letter on 'Freedom: Warren's
Privilege or Obligation?' Gateway Shopping Center earlier
t Chief Petty Officer Clark's this month. Three other local
letter was written on the defense servicemen were also presentedwith
of American freedom and the parta similar awards.
person in uniform plays in The Letter Writing Contest,
being a symbol of that freedom. sponsored by the Freedoms
lie felt that his naval service to Foundation, was open to all i 4A
his country was a privilege and active duty service members,
!
I! that we should accept America's reservists,guardsmen and ROTC

v bounty POW as a privilege Letters of freedom (Advanced Okay) cadets.They were to




_

.. Navy Tells Troopsof

Wing Hosts AdmiralAt _nnn.

the invitation of Commander Fleet Air 11, Capt. WASHINGTON The Navy the Geneva Convention of 1949. Chief Clark
William J. Pressler Jr. Radm. W. C. following Department of Defense Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr.,
( Rapp, deputy has for Navy Wife of the Year, are
Naval ,
policy is advising servicemenand chief of Operations
commander for Plans, Programs and Financial their families that writing urged base and station com quite well known around
Directorate, Naval Ships System Command, paid a visitto letters or signing petitions to manders to 'render all appropriate NATTC, especially by young
FAW-11 on March 11. The admiral toured FAW-11 obtain humane treatment for support' servicemen who have been invited
to their home for dinner.
Headquarters, VP Hangar Complex and received a POWs in North Vietnam is
'
briefing in one of VP-16's aircraft. Greeting the admiralon 'within the law

his arrival at the hangar were: AFCM Otto Vogel, Apparently some Navy men Put
LCPO VP-16 Cdr. Ernie Nordtvedt, commanding officer are hesitant to participate in such your
as they feel it might be
VP-16; Radm. Rapp and COMFAIRJAX 11, Capt.W. programs illegal. 'PUroaivocncvf leisure time

J. Pressler. .
Not so, say top Defense of
ficials. In fact, petitions on the to work
PWO'MIA issue may be cir
culated on military installationsif i y
deemed appropriate by the The Armed Forces despite the age old maxim that a

BULLETIN I installation commander. serviceman is on duty 24 hours a day- offer most of their
What Is considered inappropriate men a substantial amount of free time.
is
mentioning U. S.
policy foreign or domestic.But if And seldom does a week go by when a serviceman-
you restrict your remarks to especially an unmarried one isn't faced with the

VA FINANCINGAVAILABLE bring humane treatment and problem of what to do with some of this time. You might
release of prisoners, you're on find the
safe ground. Military personnelmay solution to this problem by having a chat with
TO QUALIFIED VETERANS your education officer.
use their military rank or
NO MONEY DOWN ON MOBILE HOMES UNDER$10,000. The Armed .
title.Officials Forces have not only given their men off

do caution personnel, duty hours, they have also established several
The
OriginalSt. however, to avoid
that signing educational programs, not the least of which is the
in
petitions are any language
Johns Mobile Homes except English.Some cases have United States. Armed Forces Institute (USAFI), that
been reported where the foreign will put these hours to good use.
Representing{ 27 ManufacturersUS language tests did not say what USAFI offers courses at all educational levels and in a
HIGHWAY 17-GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA. they are billed as saying-that is, wide variety of subjects.
CALL244-3301 (DIRECT JAX LINE) urging humane treatment and
compliance with otherprovisionsMiitary Education means many things to many people. For

some, it is a means to open doors of employment; others

Illliill find it a way to satisfy a general curiosity about a

particular subject; sitll others feel it makes them more


Announcing !... interesting Whatever people.the reason, educating oneself can do no

harm and will answer the question of what to do with

your spare time.

\ Appreciation

CEDAR HILLS


r, Days at Denny Moran's COMMUNITY CAR WASHWILSON

i AND BLANDING BLVD. PH. 771-9983

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their many 10 Military '>
for of 11/', In .to h
way 0
American upon
Personnel
our and FREE
0/ these effort. Card. 1 Full Service Car Wash
appreciation of JD
their continuing patronage w. 3Ut onlY. presentation i" Car Interior Vacuumed
.. March
pleased to .nno.nc. Now thru Q. Ash-Trays Cleaned
are tii .Windows Cleaned
t WAS H 'Z>> Inside And Out
i f'!; Exterior Completly

: with ;# Washed
15 Gal. l ) .White Walls Scrubbed

i = f Under 15 Gal I ;p. Under New Management

j < g prorated 59 and 39 >til "We Honor Most Major|
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I None Immune From Accidental Choking I


I I
WASHINGTON (AFPS) To prevent choking among coughing, it is best not to interfere -
No age group is immune from children, the Red Cross advises: with his efforts or to strike
accidentally choking: to death Keep small objects coins, him on the back.
according to the, Red Cross in safety pins, toys out of If efforts at expulsion stop :
its latest safety message. reach. Buy only sturdy toys and the victim is unable to
Last 1,300 persons in with no detachable small parts. breathe, he should be placed on
the U.S. died from ingesting or Teach older children not to give his side (a child should be inverted -
inhaling food or foreign objects a baby objects be can put in his on the rescuer's forearm
that clogged their breathing mouth. with the head down), and firm
passages. Half of the deaths occurred Among adults, one of the blows should be delivered over
among children under most prevalent causes of chok- the spine between the shoulder
five, and a third were persons ing accidents is careless or lazy blades.
over 45.With, chewing habits, especially Mouth-to-mouth artificial
among people who wear den- respiration should be initiated
young children, the Red tures. Also, persons tend to lose promptly in an attempt to make
Cross says, the danger from sensitivity in the mouth as they air bypass the obstruction in '
choking stems from their ten grow older, and bones are some sufficient amounts to sustain
dency to put practically every times swallowed while eating life. An attempt, at this stage,
thing into their mouths and foods such as fish and fowl. should be made to dsilodge the :
their inability to properly chew The Red Cross recommendsthese foreign body with the fingers. .
food. And too, children tend to first aid actions be takenin A physician should be consulted 1r
swallow automatically! rather choking accidents: immediately, whether or :
than spit out a dangerous ob- If the person is breathing not the ingested object is dis-
ject. adequately despite choking and :
lodged.
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I Millions Take Bonds for GrantedWe :&


are taught that we should missed it Is amassed.- And the when held to maturity of 5 years, HONORS DOC-Cdr. Sidney Gross, CO AFEES, presents medal to
never take good things for growing family nest egg of 10 months. You can't get back Malor DeGardenas for his work at the exam center. I
granted. There is an important Savings Bonds is there when less than the purchase price.
exception U. S. Savings Bonds. needed most for unexpected I

Millions of Americans emergencies and for the 'good Doctor Receives Medal
everywhere already take Bonds expenses'-new home, education, Army
for granted. They receive them weddings, vacations, retirement.
regularly through Payroll Unlike other ways of making
Savings and Bond A Month mony 'grow you count on the
Plans. The Bonds are purchased guaranteed interest U. S. Savings For Efforts at Exam CenterJax

automatically. The money isn't Bonds pay now 5per cent

-A former Cuban refugee for distinguished service. Entrance Station here for the
SANKAMERICARD*AMERICAN EXPRESS STANDARD who became an Army surgeon for Maj. Gaston A. DeGardenas, past 10 months, received the
OILMASTERCHARCE Credit Cards Honor"ROOSEVElt two years has received the Joint senior medical officer for the medal last week just prior to his
Services Commendation Medal Armed Forces Examining and discharge from the Army.

MAll His citation also made note of
Rules Listed for Swap. Hopefuls. his ability to maintain congenial
working relationships with key
The Swaps Program an- dorsement by his commanding station personnel recruiting

nounced last September, officer. representatives and Selective
car wash to aid the in
designed
Navymen To meet the requirements for Service officials.
obtaining assignment to a desired Born in Havana Cuba
the program an individual must Maj.
area that would help morale but be able to spend a minimum of 12 DeGardenas came to the United
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY would not justify spending months on board the new duty States with his family in 1060. He

HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM has government been money.for the move, station. lie must have served attended a medical school in
improved.The nine months on board his present Madrid, Spain for two years
improvement came aboutin and evaluation before his
duty station have serving internship at
order to relieve the individual
marks 3.0 or above. Personnel Mount Sinai in Miami. In March
of the burden of his
negotiating with a history of repeated 1969 he was drafted in the Army

... ."', ,..... own swap or exchange.The disciplinary offenses will not be and he became a U S. citizen one
I Chief of Naval Personnel approved. Also, these exchangesmust month later.
has been directed to provide a be made in the same rating The doctor plans to finish his
MtI centralized and automated exchange and pay grade and be the same internship in Miami during the
of duty program. This type duty next three months before
enables an individual to request a
establishing a new residency as
'swap' directly from the Chief of For more details call the
an ear, nose and throat specialistat
Naval Personnel with one en- personnel office at Ext. 3164. the University of Tennessee.


FRA Branch 126


mcomE TUX Meets TonightJax

The Complete Travel Card PREPARED BY THE NATION'S FINEST TAX SERVICE

GUARANTEE -All members of the Fleet
Accurate preparation of JOur tu return
U fuutnteed. W. will pay Interest or 50 Reserve Association 'and their
penalty charted due to our error. guests have been invited to meet
WEE KDAYS SAMQPM SAT*SUN 9AM-6PM <2
UP with the FRA's Southeast
No Appointment Neeettarysnu
FEDERAL: Regional presidents at 8 o'clock

( $] >Tnn OR STATE this evening at Branch 126.
Duke branch
Woody, regional
f c, SOUTHSIDE president,and Gloria Eswine, the
,\.':\ 4367 Unlvei sity Blvd.,So. PSI6/ regional unit president, will be on
W .. :!( b 7372104NORTHSIDE hand to discuss items of mutual
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Gctawdv: Qrocse 9311 Lem Turner 1cd 0: the organization.
7643605 Branch 126 is located at 7673

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r

For 30 Years Federal WorkJax


Ninety-one Naval Air Rework Facility civilian employees have been

honored for their years of federal service here, each receiving 30-year pins from
f Capt. Donald H, Heile, NARF commanding officer.

David Everington, production Hugh Duncan, Landry Wintz, Gentry, Irving King, William
I controller; James Padgett, Thomas Boyd, Clarence Lowe Diggs, Charlie Gates, Hugh
i y'' airframes mechanic; and and Paul Torsanko. Wilson, George Atkinson,
Theodore, Poweskl, aircraft And ... Marlin Crider, Jerry Francis McGurn, Dewitt Green,
iA--T'-- f : engine worker, each completed lluskin, Carol Sowell Peter Charles Smith, Arthur Rowe,
30 years in January while Bishop Meclewski, Morton Haas, Mack Perry Haynes, Leonard Graham,
Burmeister, general foremanand Morgan, Richard Sarno, Cloyd Elmer Hall, Roger Krell,Charles
airframes mechanic; and Watson, Jesse Knott, Stuart Dupont, Kenneth Worthington,
j Bruce Barker, a foreman and Ralph, Frank Courtney, Darrell Charles Carse and Thomas
aircraft electrician, both reachedthe Haley, Leroy Poison, John Cairns
30 year mark in February.This .

aircraft month metalsmith Yates; and Jackson Delbert, Class Learns Golf Course CareJax 1

,,,' 'l.i'f Carroll, rigger, both complete 30
: years. The first of a series of Guest lecturers from the
Ili j Others who will achieve 30 planned annual meetings con- University of Florida gave
years this year are John Garvey, cerning the use of pesticides on presentations concerning turf
I Curtiss Quarrier, James Ball, golf courses was held last week at insect and nematode pests, turf
Duke Geary, Raymond Lawson, DVECC. Special services golf diseases and control of weeds on
Kenneth Giles, James Ellisor, course maintenance personnel golf courses. The DVECC staff
Ray Lindsey, Harold Wilson, from the Jacksonville and supplemented invitational lec-
Lawrence Holmes, Frank Orlando naval facilities attendedthe tures with training sessions
Gicaclone, Wallace Everoski, two day training session concerning pesticides.
Alson Mallette, Lawrence Cook,
John Borje, Hildred Scurrey,
I Robert Kress, Oswald Hale,
y George Twiss, James Dias,
I Raymond Geiger and John
Dedeaux.

Also, Theron Donnell, Harold
I! Brooks, Walter Poley, William r
Wood, Ronald Graves, Russell
Vansant, James Erwin, Carson
Wilcox, Omer Kelly, Ralph ,dam 't
Joura, Curtis Woods, John
.. Seager, Bernard Siegel, Sheldon #
; Carter, Jesse Hughes, Carl t / -
Reiben, Leslie May James
Cdr. Cllngenpetl' fakes I close look at Sea Cadets during annual' ,
I McCune, Carl Tyler, Marshall
military personnel inspection.Roosevelt. .
Lancaster, Chester :Starczewskl, .

I Model. C.I
J. Don lull peek) Open wide your
Squadron Cadets eyetl' You're not dreaming a
huge If foot family room, I is adream
come true 'In thl Bellalrbeauty
Separate dining' room, 1
f A Bedroom I Bath our family
home I It fantattlcally" .low'In price,

Look Sharp at Inspection .'J.:. .11 a1

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Jax The Franklin D. Roosevelt Capt. Hugh J. Tate, NARTU com

Squadron Sea Cadets, 27 young men manding officer, who was a guest at the Model Ceellalr

adged 14 -17, held their Annual Military inspection, said the battalion looked ai rl 4, e.drooms'i C.l I.. lull Family unbelievable Room),

Personnel Inspection at the Naval Air sharp as any group of Navymen he had .. { a, Living Kitchen,Room t Bath Dining and a Room large,
Reserve Training Unit (NARTU) March ever seen. > a _](_ Utility unmatched Room.styling Cltvtn and room economy.of

7 and came off with flying colors. The Sea Cadet program is an f... lit)'f..l..'aIt' ,

Cdr. William A. Clingenpeeel, com organization sponsored by the Navy and

manding officer of Naval Air Reserve the Navy League of the United States for ,4-. .. ,' ) IJ-1--'i
Division Fl, conducted the inspection.In young men between the ages of 1417.. It "y.. -i4w-1 I
,
,
provides military and professional Model COA ,
"" central ntranc 'oy.rIt"
remarks following the inspection, he training on a par with the regular Navy area separate of the CI.living You'll and find quiet I
said that he had never seen the group look and offers the opportunity to enlist in the ./' BUY roomy bedroom closets i plui Bath a free and teparat many
Navy at an advanced rate. Members drill ," dining room. Why not Include t
better. He praised not only the cadets, but family room fireplace (optional")
In_your plant _
one weekend each month and take a two

also couragement their parents and the for cadet providing officers who en- week cruise each year, during which they NOWI : I

are taught standard Navy courses by
for the
voluntarily give of their time instructors. .. 1
Navy ..
program. ; l I

.
Model C I II
Add It all up and you will aM why
rhlt 'It to popular a model 1
lI.drooml, 2 Silos. hUll'I
I Interest t t Rates t long KrMntd l low Sweeping In porch llnet largt relye
fin home on a meant budQ.tmay

never be lower!

TONIGHTJACKSONVILLE Now is the time to buy! 1


At the Inflation spiral continues prlres: of|just Model. C.II *
about everything art Increasing, But the Two car can rout comfortably. lit:
the of C 12 and
VALUE roomy garage you
of
homes
Is Increasing' at
a
ttlll nave'lots of ttorage room A
tremendous r.I.II.o.So don't delay, ,buy that classic' courtyard entrance,
hoMe of your dreams In quiet comfortable ".clove living and dining area,
r
Bellalr TODAYI You'll be family' room with optional I
glad you did) fireplace:, three bedrooms, plus
too many Closets to count all
combine to mike Ihl* the
'1I"I"Oftt'll.II.lr model. built
17,750 to $21 ,O O O


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Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Communltyl

ElELL.A.JB.HOME : : .

BTCJIL3DERS: I1TC.: .

Member of National Jacksonville Home Builders Associations
McDUFF No. of BEAVER
You're cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience
10 A.M.to Dark.Travel South on Blanding Blvd. (Hwy No. )
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I Detroit Reserve SquadronEnds


] lax Training TodavJax

c7;;; tI

Reserve Transport facers and men and flies the C-54 over the world.
Squadron 62-Yl leaves NAS Jax aircraft The squadron's flight Under the direction of Cdr. J,
today after completing Its annual crews are responsible for transporting H. Olsen, VR-62-Y1 has been
two week cruise. passengers and cargo to using this cruise period to perform
Home based at NAF Detroit, all portions of the eastern United various types of flight and
VR-62-Y1 Is operated by 101 of States and, in previous years, all ground training.Additionally, the

_._._....__._._..-. ..... squadron has conducted cargo
and passenger airlifts as orderedby '
CNARESTRA. r' -
To fulfill their mission of rr
service to the fleet, the Weekend _
r y'' r f r '+ Warriors of VR-tt-Yl have been
t Ef hard at work provide increased .
readiness in all departments. H1
Numerous training missions
have been accomplished by the
flight crews to keep their skills
honed to the edge.
The efforts of these men,who in w; i
civilian life hold varied full time
jobs, are channeled to complete
their desire to be of service to the
Navy's active forces. sL// tE.
The officers and men of VR-62
1Y would like to thank Capt
Kincaid and all the personnel
aboard NAS Jax for the great
amount of assistance they
donated toward making this
.. .. .. ... ._ cruise an especially successfuland
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SQUADRON LEAVES TODAY-Crewman of Rtttrvt Transport rewarding experience.
Squadron 42-Yl make a check of a C-45 aircraft engine after it has
I been overhauled. The squadron leaves in two increments through
tomorrow for Its homebase In Detroit after spending Its annual two Want Ads Pay
week trainina cruise here.

ANOTHER GREAT



I RING of FLAME Good Turn DayRAdm.


Lawrence Heyworth Jr., dropped by to watch
RESTAURANTU.S. area Navymen unload bags of clothing and other items
donated to Goodwill Industries on Saturday's Good Turn
Day. About 170 sailors from Jacksonville commands,
including a 65-man volunteer contingent from NATTC,
unloaded 23,000 bags in the annual community project.The .
17& 1.295 Jax By Pass So.of Naval Air Station Orange Park set Admiral
goal, by Heyworth, commander Fleet
ALL THE SALAD Air Jacksonville and general chairman for'the project,
was 25,000. A Goodwill spokesman said all donations
YOU CAN MAKEOur wouldn't be in for another four weeks and he expectedthe
final count would be close to 30,000 bags.
huge Salad Bar provides ;
the greens and the dressingsfor y
you to create your own
masterpiece. Bought a Bond Lately?

.,

fLL f *ALL THE


.your DRAUGHT BEER

FAVORITECOCKTAIL YOU CAN DRINK
A
t '. Foamy pitchers of draught
beer. Have another, If you
can. For those under 21 we Fly
PLUS serve Birch Beer.

A BONELESS. N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK
iBM k
'. Southern
ALL FOR $4.50 sil AK

Ask For 'EARLY! BIRD SPECIAL'
Above steak served Mon.thru Thurs.
from 4:30: til 6:00: p.m.forf3.95ADDITIONAL

Atlanta .".. "'
ENTRES:

FILET MIGNON($5.10)) STEAK&LOBSTER TAILS ($5.50)).,..
KING SIZK16 oz.STEAK($ .50))to. BEEF BROCHETTE($3.75))... 4:35
LOBSTER TAILS ($5.50))... CHAR.BROILED CHOP.SIRLOIN : pm departure. Stand-by fare '
STEAK($3.50)) only $15.Good connections to
St. Louis, Memphis.


af4t See your Base Airline Ticket Officeor

call Southern at 7572381.

of ORANGE PARKRING


of FLAME RESTAURANTU.S.

17 and 1.295 Jax By Pass So.of Jax.
_o'ld''' Naval AIr Station,Orange Park

ti I OPEN MON.thru SAT. OPEN SUNDAY FROM P.M.TO 11 P.M. Southern
t FROM 4:30: P.M.TO 10 P.M Cocktails Served on Sundays Airways
You'reon to
I, t Specialr
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY o HOLDING A SEAR/ OF YOUR FUU'' (

Publisher I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 4

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Call: 388-2755 <
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JAX AIR I NEWS

NAS Jacksonville ': Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than 1 1c
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. 1I
LATWINGER : Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be I
published the following week unless the I a
NAS Cecil I FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE
: publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or
money order for he full cost of the ad must be
I received WITH the copy for the ad.

4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge (lines) $2.00
..
Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line (4 words per line) SOc
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FOR SALE MOBILE LIVING OFJACKSONVILLEAzalea
EMPLOYMENT t 100 ft. on St. Johns, 300 ft. deep. ( Mobile Home Park) 1/4 mile SELLING USED CARS
Cleared with large Pines. Hl-bluff. north of NAS, lots and rentals. Near
Class 'A'Residential.$9,000 schools and shopping center. Clean,
and reasonable rates Manager on 100 % GUARANTEE
112 ft on St. Johns, 360 ft. deep. HI. premises. Children and pets wlecome.
RETIREDIf bluff.Oak Trees. Class 'A' residentialwith 6301 Roosevelt 3846264.TRANSPORTATION.
you need$8-t0,000per year, you'll getit 'Deed' restriction-$10,000.
WORKING this advertising sales
lob In Jax and at the Beaches, 9 a.m. Owner sacrificing 113 ft. on St. Johns, $795
til 6 p.m., Mon. thru Frl. Workers 365 ft. deep. Oak Trees. Hl-bluff with 5 s 63 VW Sedan
(only) send resume to; add. lots -
near by. Each 134 ft by 150 ft. Radio and Heater, White. "
Box M
All 6 lots only $12,000.
c-o Holt Publishing Co.,
4747 San Juan Ave., 128 beautiful acres on Thunder Rd. off 65 VW Sedan $995 '
FORD
Jax, Fla. 32210 Highway 16. Appro. 2600 ft on Black PICKUP CAMPER $440
Creek. An unbelievable price $550 per ASTRO MOTORS Radio and Heater, Blue.
acre. 29 percent cash. Bal. at a
SERVICE WIVES reasonable rate of Interest. 6566 Normandy Boulevard
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 66 VW Sedan $1050Radio
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or
Appro. 12 acres off Highway 209, part
1022 Park Street, 3547888.MISCELLANEOUS1. on Peters Creek. $20,000 with $4,000 SELECT USED CARS and Heater, Glltterbug Yellow.
cash. Bal.$100 per mon. (No interest). 67 Opel Cadet $495
68 Nova $1095

.f Hernandez Hldeway, nice C.B. cot. 69 BMA $1295 67 VW Sedan $1195Radio
$450
62 Mercedes
,. tage on Lake Bundy near Keystone.
Beautiful large wooded lot. 100 ft on J&T MOTORS and Heater, Blue.
lake by 1320 ft deep ending In center of 264.8661

INCOME TAX lake.Only$10,500 cash.A 63 FORD STATION WAGON 67 VW Sedan $1350Air

Returns prepared by appointment weekenders dream-Large woodedlot. Falrlane'500',6 cyl stick, R&H $240
evenings and weekends. G. H. Young, 113 ft on Lake Brooklyn by 274 ft ASTRO MOTORS conditioned, Radio and Heater, Glltterbug Laven
LCdr.SC, USN (Ret.), Phone 355-7460 deep. Just $5,500 cash. 6566 Normandy Boulevard der. '
after 6:30: p.m. TWIN REALTY
Green Cove Springs 68 VW Sedan $1350Radio

BE A RADIO OR Hilda Nesh, Realtor 69CAMARO'327' Number 3520.
and Heater Green, Stock
,
TVANNOUNCERRecorded Phone 904.284-3681 day or nlte. Our Blue with white vlnly top R&H All
message by leading announcer saleman after 5: 9042845475. gauges, AT, PB, Fact air Tinted
windows, wide tires. After 5 call 786-
Call hour.
tells you how. any 4060. 68 VW Sedan $1495Automatic
3552944.
stick-shift, Radio and Heater, Beige, Stock

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS RENTALS 63 CHEVY BELLAIR Number 6924.
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape '283' V.8,Auto.trans,. R&H $240 $1650Radio
players. At dealers cost to liquidate r 1 ASTRO MOTORS 69 VW Sedan
stock. Full warrantyl I Phone 7710409. 6566 Normandy Boulevard
and Heater, Blue with White vinyl top.
ORANGE PARK
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICEAuto 2 B R.,Apt. Furn., 5 mlns."to NAS, Will PICK-UPTRUCK& CAMPER
AC, Room units, Central Units. rent to TAD Personnel or bachelors. 1967 Chevrolet Camper Special & 11 ft. 69 VW Sedan $1695Automatic

Repairs. Reasonable 2646884. self contained camper. Call 7719028. stick shift, Radio and Heater, Glltterbug

Tyler's Heat and Air CondoS Blue, Stock Number 6446.
388-SU1 MINS. FROM CECIL FIELD
4711 Palmer Lake Shore Avail.April 15, 2 BR Trailer, Carpeted 59 VW SEDAN
A-Cond. Fenced Large Lot, patloi Runs Good! $240 69 VW Sedan $1995

awning. Adults preferred. $110. 771- ASTRO MOTORS "Accessory Car", loadedl I With air conditioning, Dark
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISHWilford's 5932. 6566 Normandy Boulevard
blue, white interior.Jacksonville's.
Fish Camp 264.9707.GEORGE'S ....................... .. ............................
FOR SALE OR RENT
KENNELSEst. RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your ] Most
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. equity or let us rent your home. CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS
Pick up & Delivery Available. REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for CHEVY WAGONAT Selectionof
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. map or sales and rental list. Call PS, PB, Needs Work$57549FORDMUSTANO Complete
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264-2411.
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 ORANGE PARK REALTY New Eng. Vlnly top, New paint &
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. MILITARY, FREE NOTARY tires. $1895. Used VW'siMost
Cell A.T. Madison
ORANGE PARK or Ron Rohrer all & to choose from!
A-C REG.$29 FOR $150 2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dishwasher Ext. 2431 or 387-5622 years styles
Carpets, Elizabeth .. .. .
Drapes FINANCE
New Dishwasher Reg. $179. for $135. WE '"lltni IMIIUMIMMM IIIMMIIIIIMMMIMMIII IMMIIIIIUIIIIIMtll>IIMItlMltMIUIMIin
7813566. AptS., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS..
'70 CHALLENGER RT 69 Comoro "SS" $2495
4404-Speed, PB, PS, Call between 4
T.V. RENTALS 2 Br.,LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., and 8 p.m. 7647182AL ,Convertible. White with red stripes, red Interior. Cleanas ,
19" Portables. B&W. $12.50 monthly. Air Condo, Parking for 2 cars off a pint V-8, Automatic transmission, Power Steering,
$5.00 weekly. No deposit Air Base street. Water,' Garbage & Sewage Power Brakes, Air conditioned, Radio and Heater, Wide
Pawn Shop. Just outside Main Gate. Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (plus
NAS Ph. 388-3481 tax) 3872541. Weekends 389.0744. BATES USN( Ref Ovals.

Now selling Datsun's 69 Austin American $1095Goldenrod
FOR RENTA
.. -. child whose Langley Datsun. 389.3621 Yellow, 2-Door, Radio and Heater.
: +W.O GnW.Q;df }M 4S'i Y.N.+ hs0'YY ;} 'yy military wife with no
ffr REAL ESTATE; )/{:: husband is deployed to Room and
Board. $15 a week. Available April 1st. I RhytnQQ' of the Tttneo I 69 Ford Cortina $1095

4-Speed Transmission.

CASHI I 1' (EEPOuR 67 Chevy Bellair $1095
HOMESJUSTISS
FIGURE
We buy equities MOBILE ;. ,
Louise T. Bailey > KEEP IN Door Sedan, V-8, Power Steering, Factory Air conditioning -
771-3605 Broker TRIM \ Radio and Heater.

TRAILER PARK fHE NEEDS
$1195
'HIDDEN WATERS' 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Two-67 Mustangs

available.Black Creek Excellent, Canal fishing or Lake, boating lots, trailer and Apts. 389.3007 SHARP You 1 ti4'il.!:, tl,,.l., 2-Door Hardtop, Red or Blue, Automatic Transmission,

swimming. Mobile Home area. Also AND SLIM.".!' !. Power Steering, Radio and Heater.

permanent home.area. High, wooded $900 EQUITE FREE /t9'NPfJ.JlV 66 Ford LTD 4-Door $9954Dr
JqA
: E. Lake Air cond.
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile 1970 12x60,2 BR. w-w carpet
Asbury on No. 209. laRue 7253992. G.E. range and refrlg. 7717933. V-8, Auto Trans., Factory Air, Power Steeringand

t Brakes, Radio and Heater.
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HEART OF MURRAY HILL fp I .PHONe SMM. I I 66 Olds Delta $995

Lovely 2 BR., Fireplace, Sep. Dining I 4-Door Sedan, Green, Loaded I
Rm., Garage, HW Floors, FHA I
\
Terms, Quick Move-In. Ed. C. (]
Phillips, Realtor 3872503. I _
I DEER SPRINGS ESTATES ,
: 1249-1291 KING 8T I

LOT FOR SALE JACKSONVILLE "LA. X2204e I 'Keystone Heights

10 miles ON north ST.of JOHNS Palatka RIVER, 100'on river WANTED! : By Appointment i I VOLKSWAGEN INC.
and beautiful ,
225' Wide
by deep. I I
section of river. Call Athearn, 771-3142 USED CAMERAS AND I Clyde W.:Simpsoa S Ca.
I 1150 Lone Ph'one
EQUIPMENT. WE PAY I 356.845 Ave,, So. 781-5511

w= 1 1Iiji1:'l '.I TOP BRING DOLLAR THIS AD WITH 388.8535 YOU! REALTOR .

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:41: t iii.t Medal Honors Captain Bower I

1. -
. utilized by the F-4 Phantom
Jax Capt John II. Bower
" 1ihUi the
enabling
't' \ received the Navy Com aircraft, thereby
,. ." r mendation Medal with Combat squadron to fulfill all mission'
4 schedules In a timely manner.
'V' Friday at MATSG for
Captain Bower was then
meritorious service in combat
i the Marine All
assigned to
the in
operations against enemy
225,
": the Republic of Vietnam from Weather Attack Squadron
; Sept 21, 1969 to Sept 16, 1970. where he familiarized himself.
.r with all aspects of the A 6 In-
Presenting the award was Lt
Col. L. E. Blanchard, MATSG truder aircraft while conductinga
> fix, commanding officer. comprehensive training
1 1 for new Marines.In .
t l Assigned as an Ordnance of. M program
; his unit for
I".j f ficer with Marine Aircraft Group Op I preparing
Eleven, First Marine Aircraft t redeployment, the months spent
Wing, Marine Fighter Attack doing this showed no loss of efficiency -
Squadron 542, he exhibited in his primary function.
'superb managerial ability as he 'By his initiative and loyal
skillfully programmed the activities performance to duty, Captain
of his section and quickly Bower earned the respect of all
molded his men into a cohesiveand who served with him and upheldthe
proficient team fully capableof finest traditions of the Marine
expeditiously arming the Corps and of the United States
variety of complex weapons Ca pt. Bower. Naval Service.

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Right now, you're only 10 minutes away


/. from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain,

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(Where the Good Life is included in the rent)


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We have 6(yes six) swimming pools. 0 Plus 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville, Fla.
---iIWII shuffleboard and badminton 0 With '"",u,,, +"' Phone: 781.3818
congenial young neighbors to help enjoy| them. RENTING HOURS:
THE LOOK OF THINGS' Three lovely models give I sneak "
O All only one block from golf and an 1 ,,,, Mon.Thru Sat.:8:30-6:30: ( : ; Sun. 1.6:30:
prevue of costumes to be presented by a local company at the CPO elementary school-with other schools, shop 1
1 a'DIRECTIONS Roosevelt Blvd.,
Out
Wives spring fashion show April 8 at I p.m. at the Candlelight ping centers and boating minutes away. You t :San Continue
turn right on Juan- past
Restaurant Modeling these new fashions ensembles are (I to r) Holly can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air Station i .". + Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
In 10 Jacksonville In 15. ,
minutes downtown
Felix In a powder blue, polyester pants and tunic top with snake skin Q Apartments have Individually controlled I -turn left to apartments.
belt;Jean Chase In a pastel,floral print formal I,with Victorian sleeves heating and air conditioning, carpeting, .- '
and neckline and Margie Fuller in a 3 piece pants suit with draperies,and sliding gins door to courtyard .-'
sleeveless' vest In patriotic colors.WESTSlDi. or balcony 0 And you move Into a 1 or 2 ARLEN
bedroom apartment today. Furnished or unfurnished ..'
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Z'1 120JACKSONVILLE
GARDEN APARTMENTS

IEBBSB& IS ARLEN COUNTRY

Owned and Managed by ArUn Properties, Inc,


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1971 / The PIRAr"ES I

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Sedan I LOUNGE viq H--

: : ORANGE
Featuring the Fabulous \


J. OflH1 UP TOJiMI I./i 1 GENE WHITE PARK
PER GALLON % (IIII I I ( Northeast Florida's
and His Music I Makers
.Standard- Newest and Finest

Equipment- includes ; Reclining Bucket Seats ..they Sing and Swing AccomodationsTHE

White wait tiresWheelcovers NyIon carpets I All week including Sundays I IIIIII I I ( I

Front disc brakes Tinted glass LOUNGE OPEN 11 A.M.-2 A.M. DAILY
f SUNDAYS 1P.M. til 11 P.M.

JACK BUSH GtneralMgr. says- I. I f FREEHot :'. I

"These are RELIABLE BUYSI" and Cold Hors d'ouevresCOCKTAILHOUR3P.M..7

70 TOYOTA MARK II 2.Door Hardtop. Auto. trans.,Air conditioned Q

.. R end H,WWT. $23fS

i ff OPEL KADETTE Station Wagon. Auto. trans., R and H, WWT, BarHI-BALLS 40C;M'1

Luggage rack,low mileage. IUtS

i' it VW SQUAREBACK WAGON. Air conditioned, straight stick, R .

and H,low mileage. IlltS [ ;? alsGt"S\\O"\ r

ff OPEL SPORTS CAR4-Speedlikenew. S2I7Sil = THE WORLD'S
+
TOYOTA 4 Door Sedan,Auto.trans., Radio. $13 5 '1 F vorlte r INNKEEPER
Your & w1yE\ $
47 TOYOTA Door Sports Sedan $115

U CHEVY IMPALA Door hardtop. V-8, Auto. trans., Factory air, l\lU\( O Reduced
:\
Power steering, R and H, WWT, White, Excellent condition. Better a prices ,

HUR RY for this one-It'sdoublesharpiNowreducedtoonly $115it f(,
b..., .
BUICK SKYLARK. VI, Air conditioned, Auto. trans., Power -to: : .

1 ," Steering, Power Brakes, R and H Fully Loaded! Low,low
GALLEY ROYALE 120 MOTEL ROOMS
mileage. $1295 COLOR TV
Meals and Snacks
VW SQUAREBACK WAGON.Straight stick,R and H. tfS 2
s Open 24 hours a day SWIMMING POOLS
u *5 PONTIAC STATION WAGON.;6.passenger,Auto. trans., V(, Air
A
conditioned, Power steering and brakes. Perfect condition. MS
SEE US TODAYI! DISCOUNT TO MILITARY

WESTSIDE I IHQCASSATAYE. TjQ1YOITL4. ...and their dependents and guests upon presentation of ID card,

: As a former serviceman, the owner

WELCOMES...... .......MILITARY.. .............. PATRONAGE!
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> full, officials said. another locality.
The VA also will restore Transfer of employment from
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destroyed by fire or other natural veteran's employer.
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Other reasons for restoringloan ployment to another locality
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veterans include: and opportunity for advancement
Limited space in the ser- provided satisfactory evidence is '
viceman's home, if a doctor furnished VA.Retirement.
certifies it is a health hazard. (An of a veteran, or
FIRST MATCH-FIRST TROPHY-MARTD'i newly formed pistol team proudly displays Its first increase in the size of his family transfer of a serviceman by his
trophy,won in a quarterly match held by area Marine commands. Left to right are LCpl. Richard .I. is not in itself sufficient groundsfor military department while he is
Christian, Sgt. Stephen A. Burnley, Capt. Donald C. Young (Team Captain) and Sgt. John R. Beall. restoring the loan en- still on active duty.
The team netted 2110 points out of a possible 2400 in the February match.(Offld.1 U.S. Marine Corps
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Cpl. James E. commissioned officer in honed: for performing the ad man in the Aviation Electrician
Tressler received a charge of the MATSG Drill ditional duty as Admiral V. C. Liaison Section.' TrainingSet
meritorious mast Monday Team.'As Lambert's orderly. 'Your at- Cpl. Herman H. Litchfield
tention to duty and military received a meritorious mast
your
from Maj.j John C. Weare
a drill team member you appearance and bearing has Tuesday from Major Weare for HereJax'It
MATSG executive officer have personally contributed to its received many favorable comments his work as clerk in the supply
for the period Dec. 10, 1970 enviable record and esteem in from naval officers and office of MA TSG. During the
to March 11, 1971. During which it is held by both the enlisted personnel aboard the air period from August 1969 through
this period he military and civilian community station. All of the above was March 1971, Cpl. Litchfield tookon is difficult to imagine
was ,' the citation stated. accomplished in addition to your responsibility of the stock what American life minus its
assigned as the non- Cpl. Tressler was also men normal duties as administrative records, requisitioning, and volunteers would be like..theyare
to democracy what circulation
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 15


Station Playoffs


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Seek Loop ChampJaxMedical



and VP-16, both representing the

American League, opened the station's intramural '
basketball playoffs with a pair of wins Monday and

Tuesday in a fight for the 1971 station championship anda

chance to garner 1,000 points for the Ironman trophy.The .

Y\ top four clubs from each
loop drew invitations to the Bee's-Hospital game and loser of
y ; s 3I playoffs, although National the Admin-VW-4 play, with the
se s League champion VP-5 has loser being out of the playoffs.
Teams drawing the
deployed.
Foxes earn a bye through forfeitin Pistol Squad WinsIn
the affair
I YL' In Monday's opening round, Tampa Meet
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Hospital knocked off the Bee's, Jax-The station's pistol team
75-65. behind the 22-point performance traveled to the Tampa National
of Rester Bryan. John
TOP PLAYERS-LCdr. Bob Fitzsimmons, NAS Special Services officer, presents trophy to Joe Vogt t for 18 markers in a losing Mid-Winter Championships over
Inman,low medalist in the 9th SE military invitational that ended here Friday. Dave Holcombe and effort.In the weekend and walked away
Larry McAfee (CL) finished second and third respectively. The trio was tied at 217 at the end of other Monday VW-4 with the high Navy team trophy
regulation play.Inman's. games, and second place overall, in the oC
tripped Admin, 73-68, with Bill team standings.
Heath the win with 33
heading
Composed of Lt. K.G. Shaver,
Sudden Death] BirdieWins points Hunters in with a game a 33-27 that advantage saw the at PTl Blankenship Jim Bradley and, A01 AT1 John J.R.

the intermission and Medical
; Clifton, the team is coached by
overhauled AMD, 5-4..
Tuesday's second round saw AOC member George of the Bolocanoff.squad won Each first

Military Golf TourneyJax Admin double elimination push AMD affair out with of the an place trophies in individual

86-15 win VP-14 handed Hospitalits competition.
-Joe Inman of Ft. Jackson, S. C., sank a 25-foot birdie to break a three first playoff; loss, 70-54; and
way deadlock on the first hole of a sudden death playoff to win the Ninth Annual Medical picked up its second win Mother: 'Who was that sailor I
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Southeast Military Invitational Golf Tournament here Friday. with an 83-54 vicotry at the ex. saw you kissing last night? '
'What time it?
pense of VW-4. Daughter: was

Inman fired a one over par 73 in the fourth hole of the sudden 217; Larry King, Naval Station Games yesterday (after
the final round to complete the 54 death after McAtee three puttedfor Charleston, 74.71.77.222; Tom JaxAlrNews went to'press) saw
holes of regulation play at 217 to a bogey 5. The three way Mullinax,Ft Jackson,76-74-72- the Bees play Hospital, Admin HONDA
tie with Dave Holcombe of playoff marked the first triple 222; Larry Dempsey, Patrick taking on VW-4, and VP-16
Patrick AFB,Fla.,and All-Navy deadlock in the nine years that AFB, 77.74-72-223; AI Smoak, fighting Medical in a game of
golfer Larry McAtee of NAS NAS Jacksonville has hosted the Fl Jackson,76-70-77-223; Scab winners VP-16 got Its first win MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
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course at even par-72 on the first Corps Supply Center, Albany, Henderson,MacDill AFB,73.78-
two days of play, also turned in a Ga.,took' a one-stroke lead over 73 224; and Phil Hubacher,
73 for his 217 total. McAtee, last Inman after the first round of the Charleston AFB, 76.78 71 225.
year's Inter Service open event with a 70, but he turned in
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with a 73 to pull within four the final round. ,915;Patrick AFB,916; NAS offersInstant
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final day of play. took the team title in the event 924; Ft Rucker, 929; CharlestonAFB
McAtee shot a three under par with a 887 total. Patrick AFB's 930, MacDill AFB, 934;
69 over the station's 7,000-foot 915 was good for the second play Naval Station Mayport, 943; and ,
layout on the final day to move trophy.Low Naval Station Roosevelt Roads,
into the three way tie. Ten IndividualsJoe
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> :. : I Sport Shorts I Jax Tankmen Vie :!.":.


4; Jax-Tomorrow's golf match In Cocoa Invitational l
between Cecil Field and NAS Jax
here has been postponed due to ; .
a player work commitments. Jax-.Five members of the Dependents and active duty
Navy Jax Swim Team competedin military personnel interested in
The station's varsity volleyball the Cocoa Beach Swim Club competitive swimming are urgedto
Ney squad travels to Orlando Invitational Meet Sunday, and try out for the local squad.
R's Saturday to take part in the showed promise as the Florida Those interested can drop by
Orlando YMCA Invitational. outdoor swim season goes into the indoor pool between 4 and 6
each week day or on
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intramural Kathy Burnett took a first in Saturday mornings. For ad.
; The golf season the 500-yard freestyle for girls ditional Information, contact
opened Monday with VP-16 15-16 with a 5:57.4: clocking in the Mrs. Pat Kangas at 2646084.
Gold dropping Weapons, 6.5-2.5; Cocoa pool. In the girls' 11.12
Bees NARTU besting MARTD; and year class, Patti Milewski not. FRA Holds PartyJax
NAMTD downing NARF, 8-1. ched firsts in the 100-yard
freestyle at 1:01.8: and in the 200- .The Fleet Reserve
yard Individual Medley with a Association Branch 91 at 5391
Collins Rd. has scheduled a horse
NAS Jax will host the Sixth 2:31.8: clocking.
Carla Glaraton finished third in collar tournament tonight at
Naval District Volleyball tour-
the event Miss Burnett won. 7:30.
March Five
29.
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Other swimmers competing
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to and Steven Krueger. Miss 6:30: p.m. Donations for the
b O'Leary placed in three events in event are a dollar per person.
There will be a track and field the girls 11.12 class, while Sunday night Jim Mann and the
organizational meeting in the Krueger had four finishes in as Goodtimers will host an eveningof
Gym at 9:30: a.m. March 24 for many attempts in the 1M2 year dance entertainment from 8
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