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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 25, 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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Thanks Jax SailorsJaxJames


L. Ingram and his team chiefs did an out-
president of the Goodwill In- standing job of supervising this
dustries of North Florida, Inc., monumental task.'
has written a letter of graditude This year marks the tenth time
for the assistance rendered by that the Navy has pitched in with
local Navymen on Good Turn the Boy Scouts to help deliver
Day March 13. clothing, toys, and other small
The letter, addressed to RAdm. repairable items which Goodwill
Lawrence Heyworth Jr., com- Industry will use to provide
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, employment for handicapped
states that 'From the onset, the persons. In his letter Ingram
Navy's help in planning for the announced that the total
event and in putting together the collection of items surpassed that
publicity was outstanding. In of 1970 by 6,000 and it is expectedthat
particular, the NARTU public when the collection is
affairs personnel, especially complete, the final count will
Chief Petty Officer Neil Watson exceed the 1971 goal of 25,000
and SN Jon French, were ex- bags. Capt.Htll.and George Dtrrlck look awards Narf r.ctlved'rom Legion's Gray (U.) (Photo by e, T. Hansen) I

tremely dedicated to the task and
produced excellent results for

nouncements.'The television .and radio an LegioJftJIBRARYHonors:/

assistance rendered by r
over 150 personnel on Good Turn -'

Dayhere at our workshop was c
impressive,' Ingram wrote. 'AU

personnel put in a hard day, VOL. 29 NO. 1 'Publlshtd In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville,Florida.' MARCH 25, 1971 NARF
unloading trucks and moving
goods to the storage areas. Lt.
Gary Krewson, officer in charge, Jax-The Duval
County
Nixon Proclaims Week of Concern Council of American


Nixon's AmericansJax MessageTo Over American Prisoners of War Americanism Legion has presented Award its to

the Naval Air Rework

Jax-The FICEUR Wives Club here has rallied to r Facility here.
President Nixon issued
President Nixon's appeal to Americans to observe this
the following :proclamation, The plaque was presented
declaring March 21.27 as a week as a national week of concern for our prisoners of March 18 for the facility's sup-
national week of concern for the war and those missing in action in Vietnam by asking port and participation in
nearly 1,600 prisoners in Viet NAS Jax personnel to sign petitions for their release. American Legion programs,
nam., including baseball, equal op-
The petitions, according the portunity, employment of han-
'Most of these men are officers one of the wives, will be sub- Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, chief of dicapped workers, Boy Scouts,
and enlisted men of the Army, mitted through proper military Naval Personnel, urges all Navy flag etiquette, patriotic observances
Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps channels to Hanoi asking for a and Marine Corps commands to and community service.
and some are civilians. Even in complete list of men currentlyheld give their support to the POW The Legion also cited Capt.
captivity they continue to serve prisoner. These forms may MIA issue by arranging special D.H. Heile, commanding officer
our nation in the highest sense of be signed at the main entrance of activities on behalf of the of the rework facility, for his partin
honor and duty to country. We the Navy Exchange until 8 American prisoners and their the varied programs.
owe them, in turn, no less than tonight and until 4:30 p.m. families. Calvin Gray, Americanism
our strongest 'support. tomorrow. Signers will receive a Seven years ago this week the SHOWING CONCERN Two chairman for the Legion, made
'This government, has made POW-MIA bumper sticker. first U.S. prisoner still held by the Americans show concern over the presentation. The Duval
and will continue to make Petitions to North Vietnam enemy was captured in Vietnam. POW.MIA's by signing a petitionat County Council is composed of
strenuous efforts in behalf of pleading for humane treatmentof According to Adm. Zumwalt the FICEUR Wives Club boothin eight Legion posts. Harold Briggs
these Americans who are our prisoners of war are fully there are still 372 men missing or the Main Exchange. The wives of Jax Beaches Post 129 is
prisoners of war or missing in authorized, according to recent being held in prison in Southeast have collected hundreds of currently commander of the
action. In the face of the enemy's word from Washington, and Asia. signatures. council.
callous indifference to the plightof
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we these have men sought and to their focus families the at-, Station Adopts Viet Navy Buddy Base 1JaxNAS

tention of the world on the bar
baric attitude of North Vietnam

and its agents throughout In- Jacksonville has buttons, scissors, cooking' wishing to donate items for the Harris said that he will discuss
dochina. We have conducted
efforts to adopted a Vietnamese Navy utensils (pots, pans, plates, project can contact Lt. Harris at the project with representativesof I
resolve vigorous the diplomatic of facility under the U.S. Navy's knives, etc.), candles, soap 772-2914, NAS Jax Supply women's organizations or
prisoner humane war Buddy Base program, a projectto (either powder or facial), used, Department,for coordination. Lt. other groups upon request.
problem on a purely raise the standard of living for summer or winter clothing in all
basis for the hold
prisonersjve as Vietnamese Navymen and their sizes (although Vietnam has a
well for brave held
as our men
families. tropical climate, the winter
prisoner. Similar to the Sister-City months are cool, requiring warm
'The Geneva Prisoner of War program carried out by many clothing), school equipment and
Convention of 1949 sets forth the cities in the United States and supplies, small home furnishingsand
minimum standards forhumanitarian cities in other countries, Buddy playground equipment..
treatment ap- Base was begun by the U.S.Navyto lr I
plying to all prisoners of war. develop the base and depen- .
dent communities of Vietnam's Anyone wishing to drop off __
'In view of the continuing growing Navy. Items for the De GI project may _
disregard of this convention and NAS Jacksonville's buddy baseis deliver their donations to the
vasic humane standards by De Gl, a coastal patrol base of Supply Purchase Division, 3rd 11if
North Vietnam and its agents Coastal Group 21, located 225 deck, Bldg. 110 during normal
Congress has, by House Joint miles northeast of Saigon.Lt. working hours. .1 14 ..'
Resolution 16, requested the Chris Harris, the station's
President to designate the period project officer for De Gi said, 'These items are in real need
beginning March 21 and ending 'People in the Jacksonville Navy by these people,' remarked Lt.
March 27 as 'National Week of and civilian community are the Harris. 'There are currently 130 t i ir
Concern for Prisoners of War and real key to this worthwhile men at De Gi. Thirty of them
Missing in Action.'I project.While this project is widein have their families there living in
scope, we're going to con substandard, crowded housing.An .
call upon all the people of the centrate in gathering materialsthat additional 45 families must
United States to observe this will directly benefit the live miles away in another town >
week in heartfelt prayer, and in sailors of De Gi I and their due to lack of goverment quar- ti{ 't )
ceremonies and acvities appropriate families.' ters. )
to voice deep concern to American do T a rr F
According an 'The items we're seeking not
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and
for the prisoners missingmen Navy advisor at De Gi who has have to be new,just a half yard of n u -----
to inspire their loved ones written Lt. Harris, the most cloth, for example, could be used HELPING DEPENDENTS of Vietnamese Navymen Is part of the '
with new courage and hope, and needed items include: by a Vietnamese Navy wife to Buddy Base program's mission. Children like this little Vietnamesegirl
to hasten the day when their Materials for sewing handmade make an infant's dress.' will benefit greatly! from the warm clothing and toys supplied by I

.F2 ordeal may end. clothes, needles, thread, Individuals or organizations their American supporters.

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MARCH, 1971 11 CLUB SCHEDULES


MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
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Monday thru Thur

111.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Weekends Friday &! Saturday Your
Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight 1 p.m. to 1:30: a.m. 11 I.m. to 1 I.m. WEEKDAYS

11 I.m. to 2 I.m.
Friday & Saturday Weekdays Sunday GALLEY NO., Breakfast-6 to 7:30 a.m.; DlnneMI a.m. to 1 p.m.; Supper-4
Saturday 11 a.m to a.m. 11 a.m to. 1 I.m. Noon. to Midnight to 5:30: p.m. Sandwich line lerved at dinner only.
9 I.m. to 2 I.m. Club GALLEY NO. ): Breakfa t-5:30: to 7 a.m.; Dinner-11 a.m. to 12:30: p.m.;
Sunday Monday thru Thur Supper to 6IS p.m. Sandwich Hoe open In Wings 5 and 6 at dinner only.
9 I.m. to Midnight 11 a.m to Midnight WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
BOTH GALLEYS: Early Breakfast-6:30: to 8:30: a.m. Brunch-9:30: a.m. to
12:30: p.m. Supper-4 to 5:30: p.m.
.1 COMRATS prices: Breakfast cents; Dinner and Brunch cents Supper
cents. The following menu Is served at both galleys.

Friday,March 2* SUPPER-Pepper Pot Soup, Veal
JaxAirNews BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal Boiled Loaf, Steamed Rice, Brown Gravy,
Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Griddle Savory Bread Dressing, Buttered
t Cakes, Fish Portions, or Grilled Broccoli, Blueberry Pie.
Bologna, Creamed Ground Beef, Hash Tuesday,March 30
1r Marks 29thAnniversary Brown Potatoes, Blueberry Muffins. BREAKFAST-Hot Farina, Hard
ti DINNER..Manhattan Clam Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order,
Chowder, Seafood Platter or Fried Griddle Cakes, Grilled Pork Sausage
Shrimp, Scallops Fish Portions, Patties Creamed Ground Beef, Hash
Baked Macaroni & Tomatoes, Braised Brown Potatoes Assorted Cake
Liver & Onions, Potatoes Au Gratin Doughnuts.
Buttered Broccoli Spears, Cherry Pie.
.
SANDWICH LiNE-Grilled Ham DINNER
-Chicken Rice Soup,
burgers and Cheeseburgers. Country Fried Chicken Chicken
Jax-With this SUPPER-Chicken Noodle Soup Gravy Mashed Sweet Potatoes,
Southern Fried Chicken Mashed Seasoned Snap Beans Buttered
week's edition Potatoes, Bread Dressing Southern Hominy, Ginger Bread with Vanilla
JaxAirNews starts its Style Greens, Boiled Pinto Beans, Topping.
Lime Jello with
Whipped Topping. SANDWICH LINE-Chili Dogs
29th year' of SUPPER-Minestrone Soup, Boiled

-.y t\ -- publication for the Saturday,March 27BREAKFASTHomlny Spaghetti, Baked Lasagna, Toasted
Grits Cuban Sticks, Fried Egg Plant,
FOREIGN OFFICERS,VISIT SUPPLY Here at NAS Jacksonville information and Chilled Pineapple Juice, Hard Boiled Hermits.

for a three week supply training course, Lt. Swen Christof Kioschos of enjoyment of all Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, French
,March 31
Toast Griddle Cakes, Choice Wednesday
Germany (I) and Lt. George Panagopoulos of Greece chat with Capt. hands-both militaryand Grilled Bacon, Ham or Minute Steaks of, BREAKFAST-Chllled Tomato
Richard O'Loughlin, NAS supply officer, (at right) and Howard Steen, civilian. Hash Brown Potatoes, Iced Cinnamon Juice, Hot Rolled Oats, Hard Boiled
a branch supervisor at Supply. The group of foreign naval officers Twists. Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, French
arrived here Saturday and received an official welcome Monday from The staff here looks BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Toast, Minute Steaks, Creamed
Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham &; Ground Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes
Capt. John Kincaid, commanding officer. forward to another Cheese, French Fried Potatoes, Iced Fruit Filled Snails.
Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Poncho DINNER-Slmmered Pea Soup,
service the
of to
year ,, Pound Cake, Glazed Butterfly Rolls. Boiled Corned Beef or Simmered
NAS Jax community! I SUPPER-Grilled Ham Steak or Beef, Natural Brown Gravy, Boiled
JTAX AIR WEWSThe and invite .ours Grilled Salisbury Steak Cream White Potatoes, Buttered Cabbages &
we Gravy Steamed Rice, Boiled Navy Carrots, Peach Pie.
readers to visit our Beans Buttered Asparagus Tips, SANDWICH LINE-Simmered
Raspberry Jello with Whipped Top Frankfurters with Sauerkraut.
office on the second ping. SUPPER-.Creole Soup, Swedish

JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper floor in Bldg 1. Sunday March 21 Meat Balls or Turkey Pot Pie,Mashed

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Hard Potatoes, Club Spinach, Seasoned
I Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Mixed Vegetables, Yellow Cake with
Jacksonville Florida i by the Holt Publishing Company, a Anyone with a French Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choice Chocolate Icing.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use 'In the JAX AIR NEWS newsworthy item is of Grilled Bacon, Ham or Minute Pork Thursday,April 1
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Chops, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Streussel BREAKFAST-Buttered Hominy
welcome to give us a Coffee Cake. Grits, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggsto
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. Newt
BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order Order, Griddle Cakes Grilled Ham
'Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or call at Ext. 3118 or Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham. Slices, Minced Beef, Lyonnalse

3119. write us at Box 2, burgers Grilled Cheeseburgers, Potatoes, Swedish Tea Rings.
NAS Jacksonville.Our French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips DINNERt-Tomato Bouillon Soup,
"Everything' advertised In this publication must be made Baked Beans Iced Braids, Vanilla Sweet & Sour Pork, or Barbecued
deadline is noon Pudding. Spareribs, Rice Pilaff French Toast
available purchase, use patronage without regard to race SUPPER-Grilled Beef Steak Fried Brussel Sprouts, O'Brien Corn,
creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser user or Tuesday before the Onions & Mushrooms, Baked Potato Pineapple Upside Down Cake.
patron. A confirmed violation' or rejection of this policy of equal paper comes out. with Sour Cream, French Fried SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Ham
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Spinach Potatoes, Mexican Corn. Seasoned burgers and Cheeseburgers.
Pineapple Pie. SUPPER-Onion Soup, Grilled Ham
advertising' from that source. The station Monday March 29 Slices, Raisin Pineapple Sauce, Au
BREAKFAST-Buttered Hominy Gratin Potatoes, Buttered
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries' newspaper belongs to Grits, Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried Cauliflower, Simmered Kidney Beans
and Eggs to Order, French Toast, Grilled with Salt Pork, Raisin Cookies.A .
concerning' such should be directed to: everyone we Bacon, Home Fried Potatoes,
Maple
invite and welcome Bars. ,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY DINNER-Knickerbocker

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 any suggestions to Pepper Steak, Natural Pan 'Gravy Soup. far western newspaper heads

Telephone 388-2755 improve our product. Mashed Sprouts, Potatoes Sauteed Corn Buttered, White Brussel the list of births, marriages and

with Butter Cream Frosting. Cake deaths briefly and to the point
VOL. 29 NO. 1 MARCH 25, 1971 SANDWICH LiNE-Grilled Ham. 'Hatched, Matched and
burgers and Cheeseburgers Dispatched.'



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MARCH 25, 1971 JAX AIR NEWS-.LATWINGER PAGE 3BRITISH

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y Narf Celebrates


Fourth BirthdayJaxThe '.

Naval l Air Rework
1 P 'pl ki a f NS Facility will celebrate Its fourth

anniversary April 1 with an all-
I hands rally and cake-cutting: \

ceremony.
Capt. D.H. lIeile, NARF
commanding officer will host a
celebration between Bldg. 101
and 101.W at 12:15 for NARF's'A'
shift employees and at 8 p.m. for
the 'B' shift The 'C' shift party
will be held at 11:30: p.m. in the
Production Conference Room.
Refreshments will be served
and music: entertainment 1

will be provided by the com
mander Cruiser Destroyer
Flotilla 12 Navy band from
Maypori

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WARSHIP-The HMS Bacchant, an English frigate designed for antisubmarine warfare,will arrive In Jacksonville April

8 for a portion of its U.S.goodwill tour.


British Ship Will Visit Jacksonville SHOP WHERE THE

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During Goodwill Tour of U.S. CoastJaxThe



British frigate HMS and destroying enemy sub- trips for the crewmembers have SAVINGS ARE !
Bacchante will arrive in marines in all types of weather. been arranged by the USO and
Jacksonville April 8 for a six day Cdr. J.J. R. Oswald, the ship's include journeys to St Augustine, ...Shop SIMMONSand SAVEI
visit marking the first of many commanding officer, will be Marineland and Six Gun
stopovers it will conduct on its presented the key to the city by Territory, Two dances have also U.S.D.A. CHOICE MEATS

present U.S. Goodwill tour. Mayor Hans Tanzler on the day of been placed on the visitors' MEATS CUTS FOR FREEZERSOld
While here, the ship will be arrival.The commander will also agenda.'HONOA.
docked in the St. Johns River in meet with RAdm. Lawrence Fashion Over The Counter Retail Market
front of the Seaboard Coast Line Heyworth Jr., commander Fleet FINANCING AVAILABLE

Building, and open house Air Jacksonville, and NAS CO Or Use VourMASTERCHARGForBANKAMERICARDSIMMONS
programs will be held for the Capt John R. Kincaid during the
public on April 10 and 11 from 2 to ship's stay. FOOD SERVICE
5 p.m. Boys participating in the Big MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
Brothers Association of 4949 DLANDINGDLVD. 5318 Wesconnett Phone 771-3741
The foot carries
376 frigate a
R. E. Howell,
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crew of 207 officers and men andis Jacksonville will enjoy a party PHONE 771-8244
especially designed for antisubmarine aboard the ship April 9, and local
warfare activities.In school children will be given a
addition to her highly rare opportunity.to tour a British
sophisticated weapons and radar warship, as the crew will be
equipment, the Bacchante hosting several groups during
carries an antisubmarine their visit WSaiflCgi3l ,
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were the order of the
day at Attack Squadron One
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: -.-..... .....,..- .. -. -..-.-. Seventy Officer R.C. Bos as recognized Commanding the
recipients of individual awards,
Boynton
: -F Lt. R.W. during all Hands Quarters this
week. First on the agenda were
Air Medal recipients LieutenantR.W.
Boynton, Jr., and A.B.
: Whitten. Such medals are givenin
recognition stemming from
a heroic actions, aerial strikes with
> ordnance or in a reconnaissance
A44r capacity.The .
'Top Gun Award' was
given to Ltjg M. Wooley, for
being the top weaponeer, while
the VA-174 (Detachment) at
MCAS Yuma, Ariz.,*January 25-
February 10.
r The last award recipient was
Chief F.R. O'ShI.lds' Chief Aviation Structural
Mechanic Franklin R. O'Shieldswho
:
was given a Letter of
CECIL. Commendation for his service as
Quality Assurance Division
?, Supervisor of the now decom-
missioned VF-162 while aboardthe
USS Shangri-La (CVS-38)),

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Cards Honored
OILMASTERCHAROE
Crtdit annual Bar-B-Q Saturday, March --
13, at Lake Newman. The affair
ROOSEVELTcar MAll included fishing contests, for the FRIENDLY, RELAXED
children, turkey shoots, skeet QUIET.ATMOSPHEREIIIIIIIIutIIIIII111111111111111IIIIIIIIIIIII
shooting and door prizes along I
with fine eating and good music.
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
wash The menu Included venision, 1. All these false alarm rainy CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
wild hog and wild turkey. lookin clouds? CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
2. All the guys painting the CHURCHES AND
chow hall?
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY / M \\i-"!#>2tf ;:'''' 3.That it looks like we're gonna SHOPPING AREAS:

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4. How confident the VA-45 ., Turn South 2 Blocks
softball coach is? Get'em Past Forrest High School.

\ Sunday Puckettll 5. All!night! the? jets flyln every CSOLONIALEOREST::;

6. This weeks SHIP
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7. That this here dumb rabbit 5928 FIRESTONE ROAD
has run out of things to say!I 11! 771-6666 J
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lax Patrol Squadron Crewmembers



Give Lifesaving Blood DonationsJaxAt i'I


10:20 on March 16, a O.L. Grayson, father-in-law of been rushed to the hospital in A
call was received at Commander AWC Ben Rhoads, who is serious condition with internal
Fleet Air Wing Eleven presently deployed with VP-5 to hemorrhaging, and blood donors ta
Headquarters from Mrs. Dennis Rota,Spain,had been visiting his were needed before noon. s
Teemley, president of the VP-5 daughter in Jacksonville, Only a The FAW-11 Admin Officer "- \
Enlisted Wives Club. short time time before be had Cdr. L.E. Goewey, contacted VP- >
16 and VP-45 to request donors. ss'i
Lt. J.L. Gantt of VP-16 and LCdr.T. .
J. Lesheo of VP-45 immediately t'

a set about locating I .-
volunteers.CMCS J.R. Broyles of
NAS Public Works Trans
portation made a vehicle :
available and UTCS D.P. Ritterof 7J;
CBU 410 provided a driver
Within 40 minutes, all ------
arrangements were complete, #

and at 11:15 the vehIcledeparted :....S
Hangar 1000 with 10 4.
volunteers aboard, bound for the : .. '
i downtown Jacksonville Blood f 'l .;::!, ;k -:04-: .
,
Bank. / ::. : .,1
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Navy men giving their blood on ,:'
behalf of Chief Rhoad's "Y .. '
\ pP family J' '
i' A from VP-45 were: SN Jim East, .I' .. ; \ 1t\::\.!
AME1 George Wacher, A03 Tom t' ..... i; '
Brown and PT3 Jack Stevenson. '" .. .. r". ...;. .
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Donors from VP-16 were: AMH1 ,
Gerald Hargraves, AN John ,,, .. 1." ',.." I,,. -J. .-;: .
Hatton, AE3 Charles Lucas, A03 ., ',.
Danny Payne, AW1 Rolland '.. :, ;.
Peeples, and AW3 Joseph Steele. \ ;V,. ".[.' 1.
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Evidence that the Navy takes a. l'j. .

care of its own-Fast! ./., .. ......-_.._...


GIFT DONATIONS Little Stephanie Monson, daughter of John
Monson who is currently attached to VA-174 at Cecil Field, displays a
ACHIEVEMENT WINNER AECS John E. O'Sullivan is few of the Items which the Sarrasota Mothers Club donated to the
congratulated by NATTC Commanding Officer Capt.John E. Kennedy Naval Hospital here. Throughout the past two years the club has
for receiving the Navy Achievement Medal; presented the Hospital with gifts of blankets and bedroom slippers. ;
Pictured with Stephanie are Ens. Laura Powers and HN Keith Pribbleof I I

Senior Chief O'Sullivan PiL P the Nursery.


Earns Achievement MedalJaxAECS

,
John Edward Assurance Division chief petty M ILITARY-AUTO MO BILE I
O'Sullivan was presented the officer from October 1969 to. May
Navy Achievement Medal in a 1970. .
ceremony on March 17, 1971. He continually distinguished
John himself through his unceasing MILITARY-ALL RANKS & AGES
Capt E.
Kennedy, the
devotion to duty, initiative and
commanding officer of NATTC, understanding of the Naval Air lr- LOW RATES- EASY PAYMENT PLAN
conducted the ceremony in his Maintenance Program. His Xerox Cop(" Notary Public
office and extended his personnal coordination of the efforts of -- AMERICAN SERVICE MUTUAL INS. CO.
congratulations to Chief different shops greatly reduced LAST LAP FOR 20 After
O'Sullivan for doing such a fine aircraft down time and directly reenlisting for two more years to CONTINENTALINSURANCE
job.Chief contributed to expeditious complete his 20 years of active
O'Sullivan received the repairs. duty, ATC Robert E. Miller, Is UNDERWRITERS
Achievement Medal for AECS O'Sullivan enlisted in the congratulated by Cdr. R. E. Holt,
meritorious achievement while Navy in 1942 and has been in the commander Attack Carrier Air 6479Roosevelt '
attached to Attack Squadron 86 service for 28 years and six Wing Reserve 20. Chief Miller is Blvd. 388-7676'! Near N.A.S.Miitary .
on the USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)). months. He was stationed with the first CPO to be assigned to the
While aboard he was the Quality VA-86 at Cecil Field before staff of CVWR 20 since the
reporting to NATTC where he is squadron was established last
soon to be the phase supervisor o( April.
Wheaton College Phase V of the Aviation Elec
I IIIIIIIIIIAnnouncing
trician's Mate 'A' School.
BANDIN The Portsmouth,N.H. native is

CONCERT married to. the former Dorothy !. ..
CECIL FIELD CHAPEL Whitehead and they have two
children. The O'Sullivan's residein
MARCH 28th. 7 PM the Jacksonville area. iation

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Zodiac SST s
Moran
. The most accurate Days at DennYWe

watch

can w you ar.Guaranteed.: Military Personnel OFF'!

for salute their our many contributions olie.. In to 10 % ..to Military
our American way efforts and Personnel upon
of these ID Card
The Zodiac SST (Split Second z appreciation patronage w. presentation of
continuing
Timing). Guaranteed not to gain their to announce... NOW thru March 3Ut only.
or lose more than one minute are pleased
per month. The most accurate ''i .n
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jewel movement, day-date I
calendar, water resistant ,; { I' i' ,
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electroplate with stainless r'Il i ,Il,gl =
steel backs.Priced from$110.

(Watch shown, $115.) Zodiac I II p,, .
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I' Good Deed by Considerate Sailor


Wins Grateful Letter 'Recognition'

JII-In this day and age one could have been remedied or witnesses admitted that they
often hears about situations that prevented but weren't becauseNWCA 'didn't want to get Involved'.
I II. Sieg Jr.,
However Charles
I- si/ +* t a
Prepares Parade FloatsJaxMembers president of Sleg & Am-

bachtsheer, Inc., has expressed
of NWCA Jax 86 System Parade and me Annual his gratitude to a young
met at Compton Hall here March Band Association-Orange Park Plnecastle sailor whose humane
17 for their regular business- Mardi-Gras Parade. Chairman consideration and action aided
social-education meeting. for this project will be Carol Rice him In a dilemma.
Guest speaker for the eveningwas and Co-chairman Grace Jef Jerry Molinski was traveling
ATCF John Scanlon, and the ferson.A down an isolated section of State
\ topic of his presentation was the membership month fashion Road 40 through the Ocala
'The Widow's Equity Bill'. show has been scheduled for National Forest when he spotted ..yro
Members were urged to supportthis March 31 at 10 a.m. at the Sieg walking in the opposite
bill when it is introduced to clubhouse with Grants Depart- direction. He promptly reversedhis
Congress next month. ment Store furnishing the ap- motorcycle and asked Sieg If
A new member, Priscillar parel. Anyone interested is he needed help. fq
Maurice, was initiated by can- cordially invited to attend at Sieg replied that his car had
dlelight by Chaplain Sharon Compton Hall.716 Enterprise St., run out of gas, so Molinski gave '
King, and the club welcomed NAS Jacksonville.The him a lift to a nearby service ': 4
Bonnie Fowler, a transfer from Annual Easter Egg Hunt station. However, when they -
the Glenco 179 Club. Guests at- for club members' children will returned to Sieg's vehicle, they ;
tending for the evening included beheld Saturday, April 10, at the discovered that an empty fuel t.
Kathy Walter, Marion Poutree, clubhouse and everyone is savingall tank was only half the problem.A i a jrw
and Hazel Wilkes their empty half gallon milk short in an amp meter had killed
There has been much ex- cartons to make the baskets. the battery. '0 av aTfi 1f ti;.
citement around the clubhouse The next! regular business According to a letter Sieg wroteto
lately as members are preparing meeting will be April 7 at 7:30: the commanding officer, 8A J
floats for the Navy Resale p.m.at Compton Hall. Molinski again drove him to 2 } ka
Astor Park where they located a
man with jumper cables who
V/e Trade for Anything provided the needed assistance to
From Billie Coots to Battleships/ get the car running again.
Sieg offered to pay the sailor
for his services, but Molinski
refused to accept reward for his
r.a< action. 'This young man, Jerry
.i.i. |. Molinski, got Involved Sieg <}4: '
w'-- ,. wrote. 'It was no terrible
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS emergency but a simple, very

... MILITARY and CIVIL SERVICE Personnel appreciated service. I feel ap-
preciation for him and the i ,
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: Largest ; J service he represents. 4
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The Original Solar WindsA I _: _

"solar wind" of hydrognsteadily _
St. Johns Mobile Homes blows through space toward I H
the earth and other plan- A BEJEWELED PAIR of showgirls in Lu Vegas strut down the
Representing 27 Manufacturer ets. The wind that reaches theearth' runway in an elaborate show. Balancing those ostrich feathers can
atmosphere today left be a ticklish business.NEW .
US HIGHWAY 17-GREEN COVE SPRINGS,FLA. the sun about ten days ago, Na-
CALL 264.3301 (DIRECT JAX LINE) 'l tional Geographic says.


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THE GALLEY ROYALE 120 MOTEL ROOMS COLOR TV Jeannette
Meals and Snacks Crisp
OPEN .25 HOURS A DAY 2 SWIMMING POOLS

mnmm------- -. Bookkeeping Service

DISCOUNT TO MILITARY INSTANT SERVICEOr

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As a former serviceman owner
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Olympics Open


To Navy Hoop


Officials


WASHINGTONMilitary
basketball officials can now
qualify for international certificates
which could lead to
officiating at the Olympics, Pan
American Games and world

4 championships.Here .
is the procedure for ob-
taining an exam:
Write to Stewart C. Paxton, y A i

ON THE LINE-A patrolman with the Jacksonville Police Depart Executive Director. In- '
ment and a member of the Marine Air Reserve, SSgt. Eddie Rolack ternational Association of Ap-
(seated), of 4407 Detaillie Drive, signs his reenlistment contract for proved Basketball Officials, P.O.
I two more years with Florida's 'Flying Gators', Marine Attack Box 468, Hagerstown, Md. 21740,
Squadron 142,at MARTD. First Lieutenant Charles M. Jones, Detachment for an application and the name Should Avoid
Adjutant, witnesses the signature.I' and proved address proctor.of the nearest ap- Golfers

Credit Union Elects New Board Return the completed
application Dangers of Lightning
I'\ to Mr. Paxton along
Members at Annual MeetingJaxFour with a check or money order for
$7.50 and three 1% inch by 1 3-16 It's about that time of year frequently is the victor.
new members were Civilian Personnel Department.SN inch photos. again when grown men, armed Some golfers this year could
elected to board of directors and Charles J. Collins Jr., USNR, with a variety of weaponlikeclubs lose, not only a match, but also
two were elected to the credit from the Comptroller Depart Take the examination under ,pit their wits against a tiny their lives.
committee at the 19th annual ment here was elected for a two the supervision of an approved white ball. Although defenselessand
meeting of the Jax Navy Federal year term. proctor. unable to strike back,the ball Did you know that lightningkills
Credit Union at King Hall. up to 500 U.S.golfers a year? j
The new directors for three Elected to the credit committee Last year in one city three golfers
year terms are Sam H. Henricks, for three years were John G. had just taken refuge under a
supply systems analyst at NAS Cooke from the Naval Air SEE US Discounts to tree when lightning struck. One
Cecil Field; Cdr. Robert R. Rework Facility and YNC FIRST ServicemenBOSS was merely stunned, but. two
O o
Loomis of COMFAIRJAX staff Everett W,Coppins Jr.,USNR-R, were knocked unconscious.
and Ralph W. Story of the NARTU.CAU6HJ Fortunately, a Red Cross nurse j
and her husband were near the
scene of the accident and im-
mediately gave mouth-to-mouth
resuscitation to the stricken men.
Their lives were saved, but only
because of the couple's quick
.. THE thinking and knowledge of how to
? give this form of artificial

IN FLATION AWAY SPECIALS! respiration.Lightning will strike the

highest point in an area, and on a
2 New 60 x 12 Quality Mobile Homes wide-open golf course, a golfer
might be the highest point.

WE CAN HELPBALANCE Was $7495.... NOW $5650 However, the majority of

THE victims are not felled from the
Was bolt itself but from side flashes or
SCALE. $7695..NOW $5974 ground charges. Immediate
..
action can mean the difference
Both homes.high quality,Duluxe Furniture, between life and death. The
Wall to wall carpet,eye level ovens. reason for giving mouth-to-mouth

6263 Roosevelt Boulevard Phone 384-5584 or 384-5585 resuscitation is that an electrical
2220 Mayport Road Atlantic Beach Phone 246.1246197T.PINTOTUDOR shock interrupts breathing
because it affects nerves and
muscles.

The next time you're on the golf
course during an electrical
I storm, remember these simple
Red Cross rules:
.
1. Don't raise an umbrella.

2. Aviod small sheds and
shelters in an exposed area.
NOW AVAILABLE IN BELLAIR!
3. Don't stand under an isolated
.WITH 2,3 or 4 BEDROOM HOMES tree or small clump of trees.

4. Seek shelter in dense woods,
| '17,750 to '21,000 I a frame building protected
against lightning, or any natural

. . for protection.To .
GOOD SELECTION OF HOMES continue to play while
1600 CC ENGINE, BUCKET
.Sidewalks and street lights SEATS, VINYL TRIM, 4-SPEED TRANS- lightning crackles around you,
.Convenient to churches schools MISSION, FLOOR MOUNTED SHIFT LEVER, could net you a lot worse than a
and shopping center HEATER AND DEFROSTER..... seven-stroke hole.

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February Serviceman



Supports Self HelpJaxAviation

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metalsmith first would hve cost$840. Kirkland did
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class Daulton W. Kirkland has it at a total cost of $28.
earned the NAS Serviceman of Kirkland and his wife,
,
the Month title for February. Jacquelin, have two boys. They
I AMSI Kirkland of Dunnellon, live in the Jacksonville area.
I 3 A Fla. was nominated for the Benefits which he will receive;
award because of his 'ex- for the award are an expense
\ .4 ceptionally meritorious conductin paid trip to St Augustine and a
) the performance of out $10 gift certificate to the Can
standing service as a volunteer dlelight Restaurant.
worker on a major rehabilitation
r' s "r ki project in the Enlisted Men's
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I General Mess at Naval Air < c
Station, Jacksonville from 1 -< -is---"I
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A August 1970 to 31 January 1971.' c --<-* _- .r r.
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The nominating letter went on
t iL I ICERTIFICATES to say that he was an inspirationto I
Y f others and had outstanding
N 1 1r
a ; 7 g d s 1. tA leadership ability. Kirkland also ( L L1r
k devoted many long hours of his
own personal time to the project. f
The petty officer was also saidto
>6< ---ra...- _r_ __ ._ have sayed the Navy money by {
constructing a wooden and
AWARDED-The Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, Capt. W. J. Pressler Jr., covering it with galvanized ramp .... JIAAa....
presented Patrol Plane Commander and Tactical Coordinator Certificates to the deserving officersof metal that was needed. A ) . .
VP-U and 45. Standing left to right are Lt. Edward Kust, LCdr.. Harry Baker, Cdr Kerry Mirise, work request to do the job it lanes approaching, Blr.t1
Cdr. Charles Cook, Capt. Pressler, Lt. Claude Rollen, LCdr. Don Scanlan, Lt. Paul Derocher, Ltjg( )
Keith Barngat, Lt. Ronald Testa, and Lt James Qurollo. All except for Ltjg( ) Barnhart were
awarded PPC's. The lieutenant was awarded the PPTC.
GRANTPLAZA


April Parade Celebrates. e

103rd St. at Blanding

Navy Exchange Anniversary Thursday 25th-28th-Sunday

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Jax In conjunction with the Saratoga, south on Ranger and There are still spots open foi r
world wide celebration of the west on Enterprise. A $250 prize additional floats. For more in
Navy Resale System's 25th will be awarded to the winning formation call Chris MelonsonExt. : HIGH.MILEAGE TIRE
Anniversary,the Navy Exchangehere float. 3371.
will sponsor a parade on
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I Recruiter Awards Are Established


W AS I UNGTON-The growing of Outstanding Recruiter Operations, pointed out, 'The
Importance of the Navy recruiterin Awards.In results of the Navy recruiter
I helping the Navy achieve an announcing the program in today determine the quality of r r L.
all-volunteer force is being un- Z-Gram 76, Adm Elmo R. our Navy tomorrow.' A
derscored with the establishment Zumwalt Jr., chief of NavalNavyOriented The annual program will honor

Groups Begin enlisted through a personnel district, then selected area

I' competition. Eight area
Competition for Scholarships recruiters will be picked as semifinalists *
and then the chief of
1 WASHINGTON-If you have a Applications for 1971 Naval Personnel will select one
youngster approaching collegeage scholarships must be submitted as the Outstanding Navy
he or she may be eligible to prior to May 15. For application Recruiter of the Year.
compete for scholarships which forms write directly to the chief The seven area winners and the
have been made available by of Naval Personnel (Pers-P51l), Outstanding Recruiter will be
Navy-oriented clubs and Navy Department, Washington, presented awards at ceremoniesin
associations. D.C. 2-370 Washington D.C.

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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE ..I publisher published' Is the Instructed following otherwise.week A unless check the or Thursday March 23 drama starring Anthony Quinn

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received WITH the copy for the ad. Color drama comedy starring ((106 mins.

: Terry Thomas and Edward HOSPITAL 'TilE BOATNIKS'Monday
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FURN. HOUSE 6566 Normandy Blvd. a pin I V-8, Automatic transmission, Power Steering,
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Repairs. Reasonable 2 BR., AC, Chain Link Fence, 2 car '70 MG MIDGET Ovals.

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Medical Shoots Down Eagles $ ;;:


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: .' : Jax Medical jumped on the VP-16 Eagles, 75-61, Monday night to win the

;.1. }; station's Ironman Trophy.intramural basketball championship and a 1,000 points toward the iAt


: Doctor Dick Leibowitz led the for 18 markers as his squad min's Tommie Bowie hit Corn in very
P Med Squad to the championshipwith eliminated the Bee's,66-57. John the contest.
I' a 26 point performance. Top Vogt of the Bee's was the game's
'shot for the Eagles was Jack top scorer with 20; VW-4 eased by The same night,VP-16 suffered t
Anderson. The squads were Administration, 65 64, with its first loss of the playoffs, 61-45
y deadlocked 26 26 at the half Heath hitting for 25 points. Ad at the hands of Medical. n
I, before Medical built up the advantage
o in the final period.
r j In other games in the tour
; nament: JAX SPORT SHORTS p rN
; VP-16, which had to fight its
I;' way up through the loser's
bracket, edged VW-4, 62 58,
Friday to set up the championship James Named Loop Scoring LeaderJax 'k -
tilt. Jack Anderson
paced the Eagles with 19 markersin .. Randy James of Medical was named this weekat

,,. the contest.The HurricaneHunter's the top scorer during regular play of the station's
John Rhode matchedAnderson's intramural basketball schedule. James collected 404
i 19 point effort in the
t game. The loss dropped the points in 17 games for the scoring title. Tommie Bowie of t

I ii Hunters from. the double Admin was runner up with 399 points In 15 games.

:.. elimination affair. _
i A day earlier, VW-4 eliminated District Volleyball On Tap Here

." Hospital from the playoffs, 76-63, Seven teams will be on hand Monday when the Sixth
with Bill Heath leading the _
charge with 26. Howard Lynn Naval District Volleyball tournament opens In the _

laced the nets for 24 in a losing station gym. Teams from Pensacola, Key West, Cecil
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effort. The Hunters held a 34 28 Field, Jacksonville Glynco, Orlando and Memphis will .. -- -=-

advantage at the Intermission.In be out for the title and a chance to represent 6ND in the TITLE FIGHT VP-14's Joe Tatsak gets trapped between Medical's
other playoff games last Murell Hall ((20)) and teammate Frank Price (35)) during Monday's
regional the following week in Norfolk.
Wednesday Hospital's Lynn hitrsasta.s.e.ara.a.ars.ai Intramural basketball championship game. Medical went on to win
Softball Umps Set MeetingThere the game, 75 dl.

I I .NONe sae.else I will be an organizational meeting of umpiresfor

I I the upcoming intramural Softball season at 11:30:

I a.m. tomorrow in the Athletic Office, Bldg. 3. Personnel WESTSIPEJACKSONVILLE'S

13 interested in acting as an umpire during the season are

I II urged to attend the meeting. Umpires will handle both
1X42B1 KINO TjACKtOMVILLK NeWESTandflNETSALES
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I Track and Field Rosters NeededTeam I e AND SERVICE

I. USED CAMERAS AND : captains who have failed to get their rosters in

EQUIPMENT. WE PAY I for the April Intramural track and field meet may still
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TOP DOLLAR' 388-8535 I do so. The Athletic Office will accept team entries and

BRING THIS AD WITII YOU! rosters until April 12. The meet is slated for April 16.ctlf .
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Phone 771-9223 UP TO 34 MlPE.ft

4. Every FRIDAY I Night is GALLON
Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT Standard
Equipment includes. Reclming Bucket Seats
Your choice ot
STEAK Chicken & Wjiife wall tire.Wheelcovers Nylon carpets

.179 Front disc brakes -Tinted glassJACK

IGHT Chopped Dumplings Steaks or 79 i BUSH GeneralMgr.says.


Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter "These are RELIABLE BUYS,"

LUNCH 11AM til 2PM DINNER4PM1118PMRight
70 OLDS F-IS 2-Door. Light Blue, like brand new condition. V-8.
Auto.trans.,Power steering,R&H,WWT. $7395
Watch For Our Luncheon Meat Special 3 cents Mon Thru Sat It PLYMOUTH FURY "III' ''4-Door Hardtop. V-8, Auto. trans. Power
steering,R&H,WWT. 1,495,
: 69 TOYOTA CORONA Door.. Light yellow, 4-speed trans., R&H. '
t WWT SU95
H TOYOTA COROLLA 2-Door. White, speed trans., Bucket seats,
now you're only 10 minutes away tinted glass,Heater,WWT,Deluxe wheel covers. $1495
\ .. H VW SQUARE BACK WAGON.Air conditioned,straight stick, R&H.

from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain 41 low TOYOTA mileage.4-Door Sedan,Auto.trans.,Radio, Red. $1395$1195
-i 5 I TOYOTA 4-Door Sedan.Auto.trans.,Radio, Blue. iimII
VOLKSWAGEN Sedan. Red. .,450
.t II ENGLISH FORD.4. ,R&H. ,.,.
r II PONTIAC Convertible. V-8, Factory air, Auto. trans., Power
steering,R&H,WWT. SU7S,

(Where the Good Life is included. in the rent) 8 67,Factory CHEVY air BISCAYNE.,Auto.trans.Very, Power low mileage steering,and Yellow brakes with, R&H.vinyl roof$1:9, V.

67 FORD GALAXIE $00' 4 Door. Green, V-8, Factory air, Auto.
trans., Power steering,R&H,WWT. S1450
17 DODGE CHARGER. V-8 Factory air, Auto. trans., ,
We have 6(yes six) swimming pools. 0 Plus ,, 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville, Fla. Power steering and brakes,R&H,WWT. with console
i; shuffleboard and badminton. 0 With,, Phone:781.3818 67 MUSTANG.Yellow,cylinder,Auto.trans., sisso
air
,
conditioned ,
R&H
ff congenial young neighbors to help enjoy| them. RENTING HOURS: WWT
Q All only one block from golf and an 1 Mon.Thru Sat.:8:30-6:30: : ; Sun. 1-6:30: 65 UTt
CHEVY IMPALA 2-Door: hardtop.! V* Auto. trans., Factory air,
schools
o elementary school-wlth other shopping ,
T DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt Blvd. Power steering, R&H, WWT. White, Excellent
and boating minutes away. You condition. Better
centers
San Juan-Continue past
turn right on HURRY for thIs
can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air Station ... Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road II BUICK -1t'Sdoublesharpl' 'INowreduced'to only $95
1 In 10 minutes downtown Jacksonville in 15. f -turn left to apartments. ; SKYLARK. V-8, Air conditioned. Auto trans., Power
n Apartments have individually controlled I \ steering. Power )}rakes, R&H. Fully; loaded I Low,low mileage. S1295
air conditioning, carpeting, U PONTIAC STATION WAGON. 6-passenger,
heating and Auto. trans., V-8, Air
draperies,and sliding glass door to courtyard ti." .....'. conditioned,Power steering and brakes. Perfect condition W
or balcony. 0 And you move Into a 1 or 2 SEEUSTODAYIWESTSIDE '
bedroom apartment today. Furnished or un .b ..

furnished. $120JACKSONVILLE 'JRLEN' G:;JiC Wool* BSQ1310CASSATAVE.

FROM GAIIIOfH IJI APAMTMf NTS "

IS *:'ARLEN COUNTRY HOUSE OF'QUALITY SERVICEPHONe3jB9456l -
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I BowlingAmerican National League I Pilot

Radar 17 20-4 833
League Pin Benders 19-5 t792 ReservistsJax
Hunters :
17.7 708

ComFairJax R'S Raiders 20-4 17.7 .833.708 Pin Fla Pals 15-9 14-10 :.625 *&.* !&.*
.583 Selected Air Reserve
Ney Bowlers 16-8 .667 ComFalrJax 1 14.10 .583 Pilots from Attack Carrier Air
E-ZephyrS 15-9 .625 Ringers 13-11.542 Wing Reserve 20 conducted two
Hurricanes 14.10 .583 Tweets 12-12.500 days of carrier landing
Molar Rollers /fe-10V4 .560 679th 12,12.500 qualifications aboard the USS
Gold 12.12.500 HangOvers 11-13 .458 Independence (CVA-62)) last
AFEES 12.12 .500 Leprechauns 11-13 458 week. Approximately 50 pilots
Bees 12.12.500 BeerCans 9.15 .375 representing eight reserve
Tweekers 10VH3V4 .440 Faid Folk 8.16 .333 squadrons participated using
AMD 9V4-14V4 .400 Unmentionables 7.17 .292 A4L, F8H, KA3B and E1B type
Hospital A 10-14 .417 Hospital C 5-19 .208 aircraft
SubMowV 10-14 .417 KingPins 5-19 .208 Carrier Qualification Practice
Mar ar 2 81, ..l51.360 K began March 11 when detachments *
SawBones 7-17 .292 Atlantic League 1 from four reserve attack
Fumblers 5.19 .208 Alley Cats 21.3 .875 squadrons arrived at NAS Cecil
Good&Bad 20-4 .833 ; Field for extensive Field Mirror
L2 .i\k
Jokers 19-5 ,792 Landing Practice. Other units
Continental League Pin Benders 14-10 :.533 : participated in FMLP's at their
Lt's+ 1 13.11.542 !' home bases. On March 17 all ..
Trainers 17.1 .108 VR-50 13.12.500 units gathered at NAS Norfolk
NATTC 17-7 .708 Gems 12.12.500 and NAS Oceana, Va. ready to fly
Seventy Wons 13.1 .650 MarBar 11-13 .458 aboard the carrier USS In-
Hospital B 15-9 .625 Bees 10-14 .417 dependence, homeported in
Cleaners 12-8 .600 Blocks 10-14 .417 Norfolk.
Split Finders 12-8 .600 Eagles 1 10-14 .417 This is an example of the typeof
Chokers ... S&SBsteit. .1.u. .. ..., involved
Comm 14.10 .583 10-14 .417 ------ ---------- -- training among
Evildoers 11=9 .550 Green Backers 9-15 .375 reserve squadrons since the
Wild Ones 11.9 .550 Blue 8-16.333 Pre-Season PracticeA reorganization of the Naval Air
Quacks 13.11 .542 Birds 816.333Tumblers Reserve last year.The purpose of
Eagles 11.13 ::458 5-19 .208 Naval I Academy batter lays down an unsuccessful bunt during tho the new reserve wing concept Is
CPO's 11.13 .458 Nattc Bowling League second Inning of the Middies' game against the Auburn Tigers on to bring training requirementsand
Hard Hats 9-11 .458 (final standings) Mason Field Friday. The game went five innings before rain washedout capabilities of reserve
Tars 10-14 .450 W L Pet. the contest.The Academy baseball squad,which usually travels to squadrons in closer conformity to
Lazy Timers 7.17 .417 Salt&Pepper 65 31 .677 NAS Jax for a series of games lust before the opening of their regular those of fleet units.
Side Winders 7.17 .292 AE'B'Schools 63.5 32.5.662 season, played seven games while here. They played Auburn, Miamiof The eight day training periodwas
Knots 2-22 .060 Busch Swacked 62 34 .646 Ohio,Jacksonville University and Western Michigan in preparationfor scheduled and coordinatedby
Untouchables 57 39 .594 their season opener at home Saturday with the University of Cdr. R. E. Holt, commander
Knees are a luxury. If don't Attack Carrier Air Wing Reserve
you A-C Maintenance 50 46 .521 Maine. While Joe Duff's nine has enloyed considerable success here
think so, just try to get hold of Village Lounge 49 47 .510 during the last few springs, his squad returned to the Academy 20, and his staff based here at
NAS.
one.
Reverse Bias 46 50 .479 Monday evening without a win.

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AE'A'Instructors 36.5 59.5.380
4(1( Murray's Tavern 36.5 59.5 .330
Officers 36 60 .375 .
Short Rounds 32 64 .333 '\vI I.'j\nI I .corl ifl'1'

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Julie Uitti used 38 strokesto gdF4 FAMOUS RANCH HOUSE
5821 San Juan at Niblick
384.4406 capture the first flight in CREAM PIE OR CAKE with
Phone Women's Golf Association tee to any food order from our Menu.
c@2.? green play here Tuesday. Present this coupon to any of

..1 1,2 and 3 BEDROOMS Penney Bennet's 39 took the (Offer Good Only our four locations. Offer ex-
GARDEN TYPE APART second spot in the first flight, r Mon-Tues-Weds) Each Week pires March 31, 1971.
MENTS while Dot Hilton and Bobby
INDIVIDUAL AIR CONDITIONING Pressler had 40 and 42 for first Thl Offer Expires March 31 In Jacksonville RestaurantsWe
AND HEATING and second in the second flight.
DRAPES FURNISHED Lucille Ray took the third flight
WALL TO WALL CARPETING with 38, while Peggy Waters
LARGE SWIMMING POOLS and Katie Nichols tied for secondat

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