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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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).
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VOL. 29 NO. 2 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATIONJACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL 1, 1971



I I Mr. Goodflier Cited for HeroicsBy



: JOSA Elmer Pile spotted the downed pilot's he has only been assigned here
Jax-Lt. (jg) Oscar G. flare and located the disabled for three years, he is a veteranof
Goodflier, a search and rescue aircraft in a wooded area. numerous rescue missions.
pilot here at Air Operations, The skilled SAR pilot He is also a special training
has received his first single- hovered over the area until he officer and frequently accompanies -
mission Air Medal for ex could secure a strategic other SAR pilots on
traordinary heroism in landing zone and, with practice crash and rescue -\
'1 rescuing a downed pilot near complete disregard for his flights in the area.'thereby \
Green Cove Springs last week. own safety, dispatched his contributing greatly to the
1 Although full details will not crew to recover the distressed overall operational ef-
: be disclosed until further pilot, who was unhurt. fectiveness of his unit. It has
; Investigation, a citation has been said that he makes great
been compiled,based upon the 'Goodflier's timely reactionto. personal sacrifice to ensure
.. eyewitness report of the two an emergency situation that each pilot receives proper ,A daS-0''e
crewmen who accompanied despite extreme hazardous training in the various ,
Lt. (jg) Goodflier on what they weather conditions directly procedures of helicopterrescue. ? ,
termed a 'most daring responsible for the blimp .b :
mission.' pilot's survival In simulated Lt. (jg)Goodflierhas been in pA M
According to the citation for combat situations,' stated his the Navy three years. Prior to or lNo
the award, Lt. (jg) Goodflier citation. 'Furthermore, his reporting for duty with Air
was on SAR duty late at daring rescue in a mimimum Operations, he underwent a F
night when he received notice of time reflects great credit period of indoctrination with I I7'A11f"
by phone that a pilot had upon the United States Navy the plane captain branch at ;; _
crashed his blimp shortly and NAS Jacksonville's SAR Air Operation Maintenance
. after take off from the USS pilots According to his Department. Ordinary DummySAR
Wisconsin operating in the St. commanding officer, he is now A comfirmed bachelor withno
i' Johns River. the first rescue pilot of his apparent family ties the
., 'Within minutes states his type ever to receive the Air three-year-old, seven-foot Jacksonville's pilot extraordlnalre,'who claims no abnormal
; citation, 'He was on the scene Medal for a non-combat; pilot calls NAS Jacksonvillehis talents for heroism, somewhat modestly accepts the Air Medal
with his two crewmen and a mission.Lt. home, and can be found presented to him last week by a fellow SAR pilot lust prior to take off
t corpsman to scan the area. (jg) Goodflier is no hanging around Hangar 117 on another exciting rescue mission. This Is the first time that Lt. (fig| )
,.: Although visibility was,, very 'dummy' when it comes to when not actually at work. ((4- Goodflier has been noticed for his unusually outstanding performanceof
poor due to a driving rain, he search and rescue. Although 1-71)) duty.
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A I New Low Cost Housing Set

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If you are In the market While the HUD program Is for low income housing, if he is
I" for off base housing at a primarily for E 4s under four deployed with a squadron.
minimal cost, you may be eligiblefor years and below In a low income Lt. Watkins at !Housing
the new Housing and Urban category, E 4s over four years Referral invites Interested
Development (HUD) program and E 5s are eligible in some persons to see her about details
which offers new, unfurnished cases, depending on the number for low rent housing. Each
apartments especially for 'low of children living at home. In applicant is interviewed per-
income' servicemen and their many cases, rent will be lower sonally and will go with a IIRO
families. than BAQ. representative on Wednesdays to
The Jacksonville Housing Eligibility for housing is based apply with the Jacksonville
Authority Is now accepting applications entirely on annual income and Housing Authority for an apartment
through the NAS the number of dependents, and
i"; Housing Referral Office, with rental is computed on an adjusted The HUD program is not to be
\' Y preference to military families, income basis, according to confused with the station's recent
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l, y for their modern apartment Housing Referral Officer, Lt. lease of 50 unfurnished apart
f.' complex currently under con- Elsie Watkins. Therefore, a ment units at three nearby
struction on the Westside, at Old family of an E 9 could qualify, locations for 'on base' housing.
Middlcburg and Gregory Roads __ __m__._ mm .
ideally located just 10 minutes ir: 4
from Cecil Field and 15 minutes ,
. from NAS max via 1295. r

When completed, as tentatively I it
scheduled in June, apartmentswill _i LI14s
be available with from two to
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five bedrooms, spacious living
Officers Attend rooms, modern baths, electric
Reception
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kitchens with range and
refrigerator, central heating,
Lt. Sven Christof Kioschos (I) of Germany, Lt. (fig| ) Faridoon Bazian large closets, coin operated I
of Iran and LCdr. Arne Olsen of Norway (r) chat with Mrs. John laundry facilities and recreation '\
Kincaid during a special reception last Tuesday night at the Officers' facilities for children. An
Club honoring the 12 foreign naval officers who arrived here for a elementary school is located next ;1
three week supply training course. door. I


1.. Dental Department Continues Preventive Dentistry ProgramJax k41CIVILIAN

The NAS Dental clinic is treatment. retired military dependent OF THE MONTH Charlie Meyer, Interior decorator for :
now taking appointments for Appointments may be made by personnel are eligible for the Navy Exchange, receives a special certificate from Capt. John
dependent children, age six to the sponsor or parent by calling treatment. Each child will Kincaid, NAS commanding officer and Cdr. M. J. Ott, Navy Exchange :1
23, whose sponsor's birthdate is Dental at Ext. 3504. receive a dental exam and officer, for his selection as the outstanding civilian of the
2 in April, for a stannous flouride Children of active duty and flouride treatment. month. For story see page nine.


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APRIL I 1, 1971
2 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


What's I Loral TV Hostess Visits:, NartuJaxCarole I

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Your N a Chadwick, co. March 26.During. her 'drill weekend', aircraft.Carole said of her weekend: 'It

hostess of WJXT-TV's Midday met with Capt. Hugh J. was just marvelous. Everyonewas
Show in Jacksonville, paid a two- Carole commanding 01- so friendly and helpful.' I
Problem ? day visit to NARTU March 20-21 Tate, visited NARTU Patrol Squadron 62; really enjoyed it.'
f to see how the Navy's Weekend ficer; in with the NARTU When told that P-3 Orions are
time
l'' Warriors spend their drills. antisubmarine put warfare team slated to replace the present P-2's
She used her experiences, anda learned the basics or she said that she would 'love to
I movie film shot by PIIC Neil A. trainer; and new in T.34 come back for another visit when
by Jake aerial ASWj;
Watson, to present a special and SP.211 Neptune they arrive.'
show Mentor
feature on her television
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(EDITOR'S NOTE: A few of hands.
our readers have recently written I.C. Noland xr1 a>ar5
this newspaper with problem of Dear I.C., '
'
both personal and career natures The bottle with your letter :
which for obvious reasons could inside just floated into the St. :: ,
not be addressed to the Bureau of Johns River yesterday and one of
Personnel. Therefore our guest my reporters found it while
editor for this week, Jake, a fishing on his lunch break
qualified authority ail subjectsof Christmas, regretfully, has
petty value, hat volunteeredhis already passed, but I'm sending
knowledge and experience to along three white rabbits which
aid these persons in distress.) I'm sure will make delightful
Easter presents for the girls.
I'm sorry to hear that the
Dear Jake: models' New York backgroundsdon't i
I have just been offered a agree with you, but I
better-paying job than the one I believe that if you practice a little
have with the Navy. I have no tolerance things will soon be
special complaints about looking up. Don't despair,
military life, but I don't feel I can whatever you do. Perhaps you'll A',''.fil t
afford to pass up this $50 a week discover a new continent.! __ '',;:'1)11I.* //.. ,."
opportunity. I am curious as 411
to whom I should submit my two Dear Jake, TELEVISION CO. HOSTESS Carole Chadwick receives a briefing about the type of aircraft flown
week notice to. I am a career Navyman aboutto by NAS Jax's Weekend Warriors from NARTU's Lt. (|lg) Allan Spicer.
E-l Charlie retire after 20 years of service.
Dear Charlie: I have taken the third class
You didn't mention how long examination 40 times and have
you've been in the Navy, but fallen into the PNA category in Waves to Serve Sea Duty Soon
assuming from the RTC Great every instance. What I want to
Lakes postmark on your letter know is can't they just add up my
that its been less than 46 months, scores from the past years and
I see little hope for your situation.Go advance me on the combined According to Latest Navy RegJax
ahead and submit your total?
resignation to your company Senior Seaman
commander-you've got nothingto Dear SN, The OpNav Directive that all Waves have been waiting for the one
lose by trying. But if thatdoesn't There is absolutely no reason stating uniform and policy changes resulting from the recent Wave Retention
work, I recommend why you should be granted
you
Board has arrived at last and beginning today Navywomen everywhere
abandon your lofty ambitions for privileges on the merits of your may
awhile and concentrate your length of service. Personally, I let their hair down and leave their hats in their lockers as the following in-

efforts on making E2. think your request is outlandish.I've > novations go into effect.
If it does work, please let me got 36 years in the Navy, andI
know as I have a personal interest haven't made E-4 yet either, UNIFORM CHANGES Waves desiring assignment to in the United States and over
in such matters as early and so far I've got no complaints.It's the LaFemme should submit a seas.
outs. youngsters like yourself who Customarily Waves have not special request to the chief of Likewise, all technical aviation
try to get something for nothing been allowed to let their hair fall Naval Personnel via their ratings have been opened to
Dear Jake: that are holding up the Navy's below their shoulders. However, commanding officers. The enlisted Waves, and non rated
It's been about three weeks progress. I suggest you postpone the new directive states that request should include the Navywomen are encouraged to
now since the boat sunk. We've your retirement until you developsome 'Women personnel may wear Wave's deck rating preference, apply for training in these fields
been out of food for six days and initiative and make third their hair in any length, style or (i. e. boatswain mate, quar- where their services will be
we finished the water yesterday class on your own ability. color that they choose, providedit termaster, gunners mate, etc.) exceptionally valuable.
I estimate that we've drifted is becoming to the individual's should a change of rating be
about 500 miles from the nearest Dear Jake, features and overall ap- required for the assignment. About the only segment of the
shipping lanes. The only survivors What is the policy for exchanging pearance.' Additionally, hats are Navy which still remains closedto
of this wreck are myself roommates at the no longer mandatory for Wavesin AVIATION OPENINGSFor women is submarine force,
and three New York fashion chief's barracks ? uniform, except at formal and the reason for this is the
models. Mine's too ugly. inspections. almost 30 years now retention board felt that the
My problem is this: I don't like A Pretty Chief 'Earrings may be worn with women have been ostracized limited storage space aboard
'
New York girls (California girls Dear Chef, the uniform, the directive announced from Navy flight crews for such vessels would not accommodate
are more my type). Also, You're really in luck! There's a ,but they must be gold or reasons which have finally been an average Wave's
Christmas is drawing near and I co-ed barracks program going silver in color and may not set aside as archaic. On May 1, a wardrobe. Aside from this small
would like suggestions on what to into effect this month that might dangle more than two inches class of 25 Wave officers will factor, the Navy has taken a
give. There's nothing in the provide an answer to your below the ear. commence pilot training at NAS giant stride forward in the
survivor's Manual about this. problem. See Story on this page Pensacola. When their training is women's liberation movement,
With my sanity in your for details. CO-ED BARRACKSTo complete, they will assume and Waves may except more
regular pilot duties with changes such as these to be announced
alleviate the crowded squadrons aboard various naval one year from today.
I situation at most Waves air stations and aircraft carriers
JTAX AIR NEWS Barracks, the directive has VpHljFooI'! !
provided for a co ed barracks l
arrangement that is scheduled to
go into effect here toward the end ram's n

The JAX AIR NEWS_ It a' Civilian Enterprise' Newspaper of this. month. Waves living in HUT
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station three or four man rooms in
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a barracks A or B should see the A DIFFERENT STRIPE!
private firm. All Copy submitted for use (In the JAX AIR NEWS CMAA in Barracks 6C this weekto THE
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS make reservations for a WHITE STRIPES AR MI RELY BLACK"
Jacksonville, by 12:00 private room in one of the other SUPER TUFTS
noon on Monday before publication. News OF HAIR
,ROWING THE
ON
'Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or 12 NAS BEQ's. Roomates for SOLID BLACK BACKGROUND!
3119. Waves living in co ed quartersare
optional (See CMAA for list of
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made available roomies).
available for purchase,ute or patronage without regard to race,
creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or WAVES GO TO SEA rvwi'r
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal
opportunities by an advertiser will result (In the refusal to print With the heavy cutback on
advertising,from that source." manpower which the Navy has,
recently enforced, it has been

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries deemed necessary that, women l,1' /
concerning such should be directed to: personnel be trained in shipboard
ratings and assigned to sea duty. ,4/y'
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Therefore, an experimental' SOMED/ET!
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4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 training vessel, the USS IT TAKES 700,000 i
Telephone 388-2755 LaFemme (DD 00)) will be NEWLY-HATCHED SILKWORMSPAGE rTO
launched in Lake Michigan early MAKE ONR POUND. Six WEEKS
VOL. 29 NO. 2 APRIL 1, 1971 next month with an all woman LATER%500 THEY POUNDi WILL;t WEIGH
crew in charge.



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Jax Construction of a new thick. To avoid the use of noisy I It
$2,000,000 waste treatment slow jack hammers and to save
facility for Naval Air Station, time, the contractor used 'rock ,t
Jacksonville commenced in July splitter.' This equipment works ,
1970 and is nearing the half way hydraulically by forcing a steel ,\
mark. The project is under the wedge shaped shaft through a
administration of the Resident hole predrllled In the concrete
Officer in Charge of Con slab. This tool quickly, silentlyand f
struction, Jacksonville Complex, efficiently breaks: the concrete \
and is being constructed by Into pieces easy to handle.
Demetree Builders, Inc. of ((3)) During excavation work
Jacksonville.Since immediately adjacent a building,
July 1970 the contractor there was concern of the dangersof
has installed over 7,500 feet of undermining the foundation of E' yA ,
burled pipe, and constructed the building To avoid this 41 J
the several concrete tanks and potential hazard the contractor
buildings needed to greatly used a chemical grout method to .
enlarge the existing Westside stabilize the soil under the 1Fx
f I
sewage treatment station structure foundation. A chemical
During these phases of con grout is pumped into the soils I
struction the contractor has under the foundation through a ,
Introduced three novel and in piping system inserted into the \
novative construction methods: ground.The grout mixes with the
((1)) The placing of gravity soil to increase bearing, and ,
sewer lines was accomplished by creation of cohesion in the soil. T
the use of a laser beam.The laser This permits excavation close to iAn
was introduced in 1960 and has buildings without danger of
since been adapted for actual collapse. -
field use in construction. In Through the cooperation and I
aerial view of NAS Jacksonville's$2 million waste treatment facility reveals extensive progress j
terms the laser instrument
simplest patience of station personnel and
since the
is set up at one end of a organizations, work on the new project's July commencement.
sewer line on a predeterminedangle. sewage treatment facility Is
The instrument projectsan proceeding ahead of schedule.
absolutely straight, pencil With the completion of this
thin beam of red light along the facility In late 1971, the Navy and
desired flow line. The pipe sec Jacksonville will take a
tions are then placed using the significant step forward In the 1\o
beam as a reference. control of pollution and will set a
((2)) During the demolition shining example for other ; ,
phase of the.work the contractorwas Federal state and local govern-
faced with removing con- ment agencies In the fight to s t. p1 9O
crete pavement 10 13 inches regain our natural ecological "eso -

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Phone 384.4406 Nursery.
Effective April, hourly rates
c@Z> will be 40 cents per child, 50 cents t
.. 1, 2 and 3 BEDROOMS for 2 or 3 children,60 cents for 4 to
e GARDEN TYPE APART. 6 children and 70 cents for more
MENTS than six children. 1
INDIVIDUAL AIR CON. Weekly rates will be $12 per 1
DITIONING AND HEATING child, $18, for two, $20 for three,
DRAPES FURNISHED $22 for four and $24 for five
WALL TO WALL CARPETING
children.
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PAGE 4 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER


';Bluehawkers'Master I


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R.E. LOUX, CAG-1 wing that has the highest total
I presented Cdr. R.K SHEA, landing score for a given at- sea
I I Commanding Officer, Attack period. Eight squadrons within
Squadron SEVENTY-TWO, The the wing competed for the award,
Carrier Air Wing ONE Top Hook VA-72 won the award five out of
Award following the completion six times and 'took home' the
of JFK's recent deployment to trophy at the end of the cruise.
W 1 the Mediterranean. The'BLUEHAWKS' made over
/ m The Tail Hook Award is givento 1600 traps in achieving this award
that squadron within the air for carrier landing excellence.


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nedy's recent Mediterranean death by strangulation.Some .
cruise, one question kept poppingup believe mystery meat is
on the CO's shipwide a sort of exotic solid rocket fuel
television program what is that, through some mix-up in
'mystery meat It seemed federal stock numbers, was
Captain Fred B, Koch solved the delivered to the ship as meat.
mystery when he received the Perhaps the problem could be
following anonymous letter: solved if a piece were sent for a
chemical analysis and comparedwith
meat bubble other similar substancessuch
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Mystery
gum
I, Capt. R.E. Loux, CAO-1 presents Cdr. R.K. She, CO VA-72 the Carrier Air Wing Top Hook Award. steak(Appears to be some type of as pencil erasers or bull

synthetic material which is hide.
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Wt Trade for Anything From... ,gage thread. Resistant to any ingests mystery meat to exercise
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WEEKDAYS

GALLEY NO. 1't Breakfast-to 7:30'.m.1 Dinner.11 a.m. to 1 p.m. SUpPfl'
to 5:30: p.m. Sandwich line served at dinner oniV.

GALLEY. NO. *' raM"t-W to 7 '.m.; Dinner ..m. to 12:30: p.m.; ,
Supper 5 to*:15 p.m. Sandwich lint open In Wings Sand tat dinner only.
WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS I
BOTH GALLEYS Early Br..kfut.6:3O: to 1:30: a.m., Brunch,':30 a.m. to 5 ,
12:30: p.m., Supper to 5:30: p.m. \
COM RATS prices: Breakfast cents Dinner and Brunch-70 cents; Supper \
cents.The following menu Is served at both galleys. ;' *

Friday,April 2BREAKFASTButtered SANDWICH LINE-Grllled Ham.
Hominy burgers or Cheeseburgers
Grits, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs SUPPER-ltalian Spaghetti with y
to Order, French Toast, Choice of Fish Meat Sauce, Baked Lasagna, Toasted
Fillets, Ham Slices, Hash Brown Cuban Sticks, Parmesan Cheese, .
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Potatoes, Blueberry Muffins.DINNERManhattan. '--ri .'r
Buttered Asparagus Tips, But. James B. Dltlard of the

Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Clam Baked with tered Caramel Mixed Vegetables, White Cake Naval Hospital here recently EAGLE REENLISTS AW Rollie N. Sheppard Jr., accepts a

Tuna and Noodles, Brown Gravy, Tuesday Icing,April added four more years to his placque from VP > U Commanding Officer Cdr. E. R. Nordtvedt I
Mashed Potatoes, Macaroni with BREAKFAST..Homlny Grits, Navy career. following his three year reenlistment as his wife looks proudly on.
Tomatoes & Cheese, Buttered Green Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto
Peas, Jello Roll.SANDWICH Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash, \
LINE-Fish Portion Soft or Hard Boiled Eggs, Choice of ,
Sandwich. Bacon or Pork Butts, Iced Bear
r fir i
Claws.
SUPPER-Chicken Rice Soup, Deep .y
Fried Fish or El Rancho Stew, Home DINNER-Mlnestrone Soup, Baked 7 1 1r
Fried Potatoes, Buttered Broccoli Beef Loaf or Turkey Ala King, Baking
Spears,Mexican Corn, Pineapple Pie. Powder Biscuits, Whipped Potatoes,
Boiled Navy Beans Buttered Broo
Saturday,April} toll, Dutch Apple Pit.
BREAKFAST-Chilled Orange SANDWICH LINE-Slmmered
Juice, Hot Hominy Grits, Hard Boiled Frankfurters with Sauerkraut.
Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, French SUPPER-Pan Roast of Beef, 1
Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Hamor Natural Gravy, Grilled Potato Cakes,
Minute Steaks, Hash Brown Seasoned Green Beans, Hot Spiced
Potatoes, Pecan Roils.BRUNCHFried Beets, Snowflaked Potatoes Devils
Eggs to Order, Food Cake with Chocolate SyrDp.
Breakfast Meat or Grilled Hamburgers Wednesday,April 7 --- -- --
Cheeseburgers, French BREAKFAST-Cooked Farina, RED SHIPS FOR FOUR Nine -
DARTER SHIPS AOt John H. Duck of VP 4S's Ordnance
Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Fried Eggs to Order, Home Fried year Navy veteran ADJ1 JamesC. I
Shop receives from Lt. Q. S. Masters after
a squadron plaque
Beans, Iced Fruit Filled Snails, Potatoes, Choice of Rork Sausage or Dalton of AMD's power plants I
Raspberry Jello with Whipped Cream. Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork& Beans, reenlisting March 9. The 14 year Navy veteran Is a native of Harris
division Is reenlisted (
Lt. )
Southern Style Corn Bread, Creamed County Ga. by IIg|
SUPPER-Griiled Pork Chops,
Dried Beef, Pecan Rolls.DINNERVegetable Dennis Whitco.
Cream Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes, I
Fried Rice, Buttered Carrots, But. Soup Grilled
,
Beef Steaks Mushroom Gravy,
ANOTHER GREAT
tered Brussel Sprouts, Poncho Pound
Cake. Baked Potatoes with Sour Cream,
Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Cream
Sunday,April.BREAKFASTHot 4 Styled Corn Kernels, Hermits.
Wheat Cereal, SANDWICH LiNE-Grilled Hamburgers .
Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to and Cheeseburgers. RING of FLAME
Order, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Hamor SUPPER-Barbecued Frankfurters I
Minute Pork Chops, Cottage Fried Beef Balls Stroganoff, French Fried
Potatoes, Assorted Cake Doughnuts. Potatoes, Buttered Cauliflower,
BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Seasoned Lima Beans, Cherry Pie.
Breakfast Meat or Submarine Sand. Thursday,April RESTAURANT
wiches, French Fried Potatoes, BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal,
Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Assorted Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order,
,,i Cake Doughnuts, French Apple Pie. Grilled French Toast, Maple Syrup, '
SUPPER.'Grllled Beef Steak, Choice of Bacon or Ham, Hash 'W O' t
Mushroom Gravy, Oven Brown Brown Potatoes, Iced Coffee Rings. ;
Potatoes, Simmered Green Beans, DINNER-Tomato Rice Soup,
Harvard Beets, Cherry Pie. Grilled Beef Liver or Baked Beef &, U.S. 17 & 1.295 Jax By Pass So. of Naval Air Station Orange Park
Monday,April 5 Noodles Parsley Boiled Potatoes
BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried Buttered Fresh Carrots, Buttered
Eggs to Order, Blueberry GriddleCakes Spinach, Jello with Topping. ALL THE SALAD
Maple Syrup, Baked Pork &
Beans, Choice of Pork Sausage or SANDWICH LINE-Variety Meat
Luncheon Meat, Streussel Coffee Sandwich. YOU CAN MAKEOur
Cake. SUPPER-Southern Fried Chicken,
DINNER-Creole Soup, Pan Roastof Cream Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, huge Salad Bar providesthe
Cranberry Dressing, Bread Dressing,
Pork Brown Gravy, Snowflaked
and the +
Potatoes, Chilled Apple Sauce, Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Boiled greens dressingsfor
Mexican Corn, Buttered Spinach, Pinto Beans, Sugar Cookies with you to create your own
French Apple Pie. Raisins.

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pitchers of draught
30 $1500.00 1 beer. Have another, If you
MODELSTO OFF can. For those under 21 we

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: : for 9

ADDITIONAL ENTRES:

Home Cooked Meals FILET; MIGNON($5.10)) STEAK&: LOBSTER TAILS ($5.50))...
KING SIZB16 oz.STEAK($5.50))... BEEF BROCHKTTE(3.75)...
SERVED LOBSTER TAILS ($5.50))... CHAR.BROILED CHOP.SIRLOIN
...NOW BEING STEAK (3.50)

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Open Sundays 1 to 11 -

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GAME ROOMS. POOL TABLES. PLENTY OF PARKING
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FROM 4:30 P.M. TO 10 P.M. Cocktails Served on Sundays
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Scheduled. for Avril OpeningJax 1 r. I Iy I

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The Navy Exchange sport jackets, bathing suits, walk explicit feature value com
Budget Store for economy ing shorts and socks. parisons. The same 'Satisfaction
minded patrons who must meet 3. women's accessories Guaranteed or Your Money *

the needs of themselves and a foundation garments, sleepwear, Cheerfully Refunded' policy will

dependent family has been sportswear, blouses, dresses, apply to this store.
scheduled to open at 10 a.m. April bathing suits and hosiery.
22 at the NAS hospital exchange. 4. domestic items pillow cases
I Although the image of the Navy and blankets. March Airman

I Exchange is already one where 5. infants' and children's wear.

authorized patrons may purchase 6. family shoes at special
merchandise at a considerable values for the entire family. Title AwardedJax

savings, even greater buys will 7. other outstanding values
be available at the Budget Store featuring significant, desirable
where American made, top merchandise on a timely basis.In -Sgt Robert L. Dyson was

quality merchandise will be sold order to accomplish the selected as the airman of the ......4SURPRISE- <.
at prices lower than outside desired goals, procurementteams month for March 1971 at the
prices or regular Navy Exchange will concentrate on 'joblots' 679th Radar Squadron. AMS3 Howard E. (Smokey) Ellefson accepts a color

prices. ot'lint quality merchandise, portrait of one of VP 4's aircraft flying over Mt. Etna, SIcily.The
Some of the items to be offeredat featuring branded labels of lie was chosen on the merits of portrait was presented to him by Cdr. S. J. McArdle Jr., in honor of his
his outstanding job performance,
the work in the pelicans on all the VP.45 aircrafts.Patrol .
Budget Store include: national popularity. Irregularswill his military bearing and behavior painting

1. household appliances and not be considered.To both on and off duty and his
accessories including basic the shopper, the Budget knowledge of military subjectsand 45HonorsCrewmembers
kitchenware be similar to 'bargain Squadron
utensils and din- StorewW current events. He is
nerware. basement' with merchandise .
presently assigned to the AN
2. men's accessories slacks tables and
displayed on plain
FST 2 B Section as a. Digital
jeans, sport and dress shirts, simple racks with signs stating Data Processing Repairman.The .


23' year old sergeant
calls Refugio, Texas home. His Jax Patrol Squadron 45 held made in Cdr. McArdle's office.

main hobbies include fishing, an all hands inspection Friday. Lt.James V. Qurolio received his

hunting, football and Softball. lie Following the Inspection, awards designation as a Patrol Squadron
also enjoys riding and repairing were presented to squadron 45 patrol plane commander.
motorcycles.: personnel by Cdr. S.J. McArdle ABH1 Charles 0. Davis receiveda
.p oO Jr., commanding officer of vp. letter of commendation for his
work as one of the master at

45.ABH1 Carl Hooker received a arms while the squadron was

letter of Commendation for his deployed. DK1 Cleveland D,
s work as master at arms while the Gains was also the recipient of a
Li squadron was deployed to Naval letter of commendation Petty

Air Facility Sigonella, Sicily. officer Gains was lauded for his
r T wy ATN2 Robert F. Patterson and work at the Navy Finance Centerin

;y AW3 Joseph W Whatley were Philadelphia before joining

: M M presented their provisional VP-45.
selection to the Navy Enlisted

Scientific Education Program
VP-45 Selects
,! MMI ClDon't (NESEP) which, upon com
|utl pkl Open wkt your
f x VMl Vou'r not dreaming a pletion, will yield a college
I hug* If tool family room It a
dream com tru* In this .II Iri degree and Naval commission to Top ServicemanJaxATN3
? bwuty tprt* dining room 1 the participants.A .
/ : / olroomi, t limo our family
homo K fntii lcllv low In prlct. Sgt. Dyson surprise presentation was
made to AMS3 Howard E. James M. Delk has

(Smokey) Ellefson. Petty officer been named Patrol Squadron 45's

,.r- i M When You"CAR" Enoughto Ellefson received a 16x20-inch Sailor of the Month for March.
I Buy The Very Best framed color portrait of VP-45 Petty Officer Delk's selectionwas
I
11 r BUZARDMOTORS aircraft LN-10 flying over Mt. based on his superior
Medel .. Etna, Sicily, for his work in performance and high standardsof
"llilf'i C4 It|It,vt wnbllvbl<
t 4 Scdroomt Family Room painting the pelicans on all of the personal appearance. He is
a
1 I Living Kitchen Room I lams Dining and t Room.lrg 2144 Blanding 388-5044 VP-45 aircraft. assigned to the avionics branch of
Utility Room. II.".,. room of the Maintenance
unmotch swung and tconomy.M4 Three other presentations were Department.
4 In presenting the award, Cdr.
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<, S.J. McArdle Jr., VP-45 com
( BANKAMERICARDAMERICAI4 EXPRESS*STANDARD manding officer, commended
gL MASTERCHARCE Credit earns Honored Officer 'Your
Petty Delk stating,
selection as the outstanding
J C-l MALL member of Patrol Squadron 45
A central .ntrnc foyer ROOSWUcar
Mpcritt. th* living end qultortai was made in recognition of your
/ B 1.1 Y of., Cl I 'ams Yowls one find mnyromy Jbedroom. exceptional performance and
; cleats plus (r..tpart noteworthy attitude. Your hard
dining room. Why not Include: a
family room flrapiaca (option!) wash work and devotion to duty have
In_your puns!
earned you the reputation of a
man who gets the job done.
NOW 'Your enthusiastic par

MONDAY THRU SATURDAY ticipation in squadron sports and

HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM: uncomplaining attitude toward

Modal C-lt your assigned work has clearly
Add It ill up end you will sN why demonstrated your pride in the
IWi I is M popular a ntodtlf )
tdroomt$, 1 laths, hug squadron and the 'can do' spirit.
*crnd In porch, /Icrgi utility l ,
I Interest Rates long low iwMplng llntj truly I
fin*horn on modMt tudgttM .

may never be lower! YAMAHA BORROW
...iS OUR BUSINESS-
The
jl Now is the time to buy! NEW 650Touring CC OUR ONLY BUSINESSI UPTO SBOO

Twin ONE CALL
A*the Inflation spiral contInues prim of full .MI C-li '
about everythIng are Incrmlng., But the Two crt cn rnt comfortably. In
VALUE of homes I It Incrgailng at a .Hi*roomy garage M C II,and you ARRANGES HALL
(till hv lots of itorcg room. A
I tremendous rate alto.So don't delay,buy that classic courtyard llIlrel'ln.
I home of your dream In qulgt. comfortabl 1pKouiIIvlll1l1M! dining rt, f mt if
1 tollalr" TOOAYI You'll be family room with tptlonolllrtpltc
glad you dldl I .
*. thro bedroom., plus Months Annual
t too many closets to count all Amount Monthly to Total ol.prcnti
combine. t* make this the of loan
payment rate
repay ynignts'
\ HvlnoMf !lair' mod built
;. $17,750 to '21 ,O o o 114.301500 24 $120.00 36.90

, 391.29 %
23.00 24 552.00 35.50
\ WE SWAP.TRADE.
I SELL 599.97 34.40 24 825.60 32.75%
( Good Used VW's For Cycles

Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Communltyl! New or Used Cycles For VW's Dial FinanceThe

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. 1h Mile West of Intercoutal
; You're cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience SERVICE PARTS Waterway 4721 San Juan Ave.
384-2314
( < 10 A.M.to Dark.Travel South on Blanding Blvd. (Hwy No.21)) ACCESSORIES
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SAME DAY COVERAGESTATE Sun. Thurv 4pm IMOpm
FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE ? Friday 4pm 12.45 am c Electronically
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Home Office: BloomIngton,Illinois 4pm tl.45am
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f.'. "Vi Opels 595 Mercedes thru 69s$250 Chevs&up, : Lri _J RCA A ZENITH COLOR, BLACK A WHITE:
SERVICEALL ): Darts, Falcons t, STEREO
MECHANICAL WORK GUA"ANfJEI;) 'S.-'s Sport Cars
PICK.UI* ft DELIVERY xi p [Lwr1 r ]
We have a complete line( of UHAULSI4008 CARL B. JORDAN RANDOLPH S. TRUITT, WELCOME HERE
(USN, Ret.)
BLANDINO BLVD. .> PHONE 771.tA13. I" "WE ELL THE BEST CRVtCC: THE: RET
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PHONE 264-9206 MONTHLY SPECIALI
WE CATER TO SERVICEMEN!
OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION
SHRIMP
CHICKEN WE HELP ALL

Need Your Car (I Inspected?1 ALL YOU CAN EAT ay WE CAN FISHERS

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For Only... $1.29 ; / ..../ .. CYCLE SHOP
RED GREENE'S
GARAGEFour :: Includes French Fries ROOT SALES
Miles South o/NAS.Highway 17.Orange Park .: Cole I Slaw and Hush Puppies J.i 1 Riding Mowers
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors TOP HATDRIYE Lawn Rototillers Mowers

Open 0800-1800 Monday thru Friday
MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE IN (We repair all makes used cycles and cars)
2045 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 388-9553_.+ 8U0103RD STREET

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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK We Welcome BankAmerlcard & Master Charge "Your Mobile Horn Shopping Center"
iMflMft1103rd VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR SPECIALIncludes
All Labor, New Exhaust Valves, Gaskets '
STREET FISH MARKET :
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ALL VW'S
h i j Mustang
Bi p"11 "" E ctw
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'//It Swims, We Have W CO $7995
FISHSHRIMPOYSTERSLOBSTERSCRABMEAT V p1. \
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o' T Air Cond. Models IN

IN SEASON $10 Extra 4118 PHILIPS HWY. 737-4366
Featuring Specially Prepared 100 Percent 6 Mo.or 6,000 Miles Guarantee 11 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387.6489
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Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs .. ROOSEVELT MALL SERVICE CENTER Over ISO New & Used Mobile/ Homes
6W7103rd Street Phone 772-0981 43fS ROOSEVELT BLVD. Phone 387-7511 1 to choose from
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PHONE 723 3
OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION I It IJXt Hill Ill Ml
JIM THORSBY (USN Retired,) Mgr. 1 till tau*11 Jose V. SERRANO
aid Service 1 Tlres-Botterles-Front End Service
HONEST, COURTEOUS ...llfl>...........l.$M................................/...m.>t> SERVICE I RADIOS-TVs' ;
We Aim Headlights Replace Bulbs & BODY SHOP CO. INC.
And Windshield Wiper Blades i FREE ESTIMATES ON BRAKE WORK ,
Vz Mile South of Orange Park High ,r
On Blanding:\ (State Road 21)) -tl I'\ BAKED. ENAMEL LACQUER LUCITE
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MILITARY DISCOUNT i J "o\\\e\ Brand New 1971 Models
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j' R Specialist In Speed II III IIJ ,.; Mme1ttU 3695.

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APRIL 1 1,1971I
PAGE ft IAV AID NEWtI.ATWINGER

,, New ScholarshipIs
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Available to


Navy DependentsWASHINGTONThe


Exchangeand
Commissary news, a private
publication of Executive

.:.... Business Media, Inc., has announced .
1 f the Cdr. L.F. Scholarship .
Award in the amount of
i
--- $2,500 for 1971.
I
J rr The recipient will be a
r( r dependent son or daughter of an
p active duty Navyman, or of a
civilian employee assigned to or
employed for at least one year
f prior to May 15, 1971, in the Navy
rx'w.' Resale System Office, Navy
Exchanges, Navy commissarystores
,Navy enlisted men's clubsor
Navy ship's stores. The
award will be made on the basisof
scholarship, character, and
financial need, and will be
L't ..J awarded for the four years of the
recipient's college career.

Application forms may be
obtained from the Bureau of
1 Naval Personnel, Dependents,
.
'1 6 M1. t' r ru 'I K hr M +N f Scholarship Program (Attn: Per-
yes V P511)), Navy Department,
.. .... Washington D.C. 20370, and the
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COMPLETE TRAINING COURSE Capt. C. W. lewis Jr., com- course graduates are (L to R) Odell Smith, HM1 Baker, Paul David, completed form must be returnedto
minding officer of the Naval Hospital, presented certificates Margaret Lafferty, Dorothy Crawford, Mary Hamilton, HMCS Cason, the same address no later than
signifying completition of the 40 hour training course on 'the Introduction Dorothy Adams and Billye Campbell. May 15, 1971.
to Supervision' to the hospital workers pictured here. The

Posthumous Bronze Star

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ARLANS FURNITURE SAVES MAS Awarded to Seal OfficerJax


Navy Seal Lt James stars and a Republic of Vietnam
PERSONNEL MORE ON ALL FURNITURE Franklin Thames, a former Campaign Medal.Lt .
Jacksonville prep swimming star Thames earned his first
who was killed in Vietnam in and second Bronze Stars and his
UYes January, received seven first Purple Heart with Seal
Arlans Furniture World appreciates you work at NAS or.a re Navy connected .
posthumous awards including his Team Two in Vietnam in 1968 69.
NAS Business and we want to continue to you can save 'big dollars' at Arlans
I third Bronze Star in ceremonieshere Besides his widow and
help NAS personnel furnish their home Furniture World by watching for these parents,
with quality furniture at low, low prices. If special advertisements. yesterday.The Lt Thames is survived by a son,
decorations were accepted John, age 3.oftCf.
-----.-- by Lt. Thames' widow,
Patricia, and his parents, Mr. YoUR i ftOANfiE
and Mrs. Rexwood S. ThamesSr.
fJ )
., all of Ponte Vedra. RAdm.
(<
Lawrence Heyworth Jr., Com- .
r FairJax, presented the awards. COMMr'Ai
The Bronze Star eighth highest '
.ter Navy award is for Lt. Thames'
duty with Seal Team One from :
Dec. 7, 1970 to Jan. 19. The -
citation accompanying the award ...6'f-MAKING ONLY
credits Lt. Thames with headinga f\4.t\uo ML1rIASE5
mission which lead to the

eventual infrastructures capture, of two Viet Cong A "CAR"nivalof

The other decorations are a Values...
second Purple Heart, a Combat BUZARD
Action Ribbon, a Presidential
Unit Citation, a National Defense MOTORS
,,.. Service Medal .
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a Vietnam Service 2144 Blanding 388 5044
Medal with three bronze


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BEDROOM SET O ServicemenBOSS


Includes 6 Drawer Dresser, Framed Mirror, Panel

Headboard and Spacious Storage Chest.

} Danish Inspired comtemporary design In glowing tawny mahogany with matching
protective tone. Four pieces Include 6 drawer dresser, 'framed ,mirror, panel headboardand
spacious storage chest.


; SAVE $30 Compare to Sets Selling at $199 AWAY
SPECIALS !

Use Your Credit Power Price In Effect through April 14, 2 New 60 x 12 Quality Mobile Homes
FREE DELIVERY within 1971. You must bring this ad and BAXKAUHHCMO
100 mlltt of Jacksonville your NAS ID card with you! Was $7495.
OPEN SUNDAYS ... NOW $5650


) Was $7695.NOW $5974
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Both homes high quality, Duluxe Furniture,
Wall to wall ,
carpet eye level ovens.
6263 Roosevelt Boulevard
( 2220 Mayport Road Phone" -SS84 or 384.5585

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transferred as a gift to the
: VEILED counselled constantly, becamethe
Jax-THE SULTANby
Sultan of the Ottoman Empire in
mightiest Sultan the Ottoman
March Cost: The 16th book by Constantinople..
March Cost is a fine novel. It has Life in Empire has ever known.
a Turkish
seraglio Though the 'Veiled Sultan's'
probably especially appealed to (harem) was strange and life was filled with deep love and
because I am familiar with
me terrifying to the
young girl at high achievement, rising as she
the various settings of her story: first, but it was also absorbing did to one of the most powerful
the island of Martinique, Paris and sumptuous. Soon she positions in the world she died
and Nantes in France; and in seriously attracted the attentionof when comparatively young.

early Constantinople.My the handsome, wise young somewhere in her forties. Writers
daughter Hallijeanne, an Sultan II. Very soon she became give diverse dates for her birth
officer in the U.S. Diplomatic the principal wife in the seraglio. and death. The tomb of Aimee '
Corps-, and I have wandered overmuch Aimee later became known as DuBucq de Rivery-'Naksh, the -
of the world that is involvedin the 'Veiled Sultan' after her Beautiful'-is in Istanbul, in a
this strong and almost unbelievable husband was assassinated by lovely little garden in a sacred
story.In members of the -- --
savage Janissary enclosure of the Mosque of
the story, beautiful Aimee Militia, and enjoyed more powerin Mohammed II Overlying it is a VP-5 RECEIVES OUEST-Reprtsentatlve Robert H. Mollahan (D-
DeBucq de Rivery, born in 1776 the cloistered environment of magnificent Turkish turbeh.the W.Va) takes time out from a busy inspection schedule aboard Naval
on Martinique, of a distinguished her magnificent Turkish seraglio elaborate domelike structure Station Rota to meet two VP-5 personnel who also hall from West
family, was sent to a convent in than has any other Sultana. With which covers the caskets of Virginia. Representative Mollahan shakes hands with AMHI Chester
Nantes at the age of 13 for further her Western upbringing, she Moslem Royalty. A beautiful Kearns as A03 Glen Taylor looks on. Cdr. George D. Barker, com
education. Later, on returning to ushered in the many reforms and epitaph was composed by her son manding officer of the Madfoxes, welcomed the congressman aboardone
her island home,she is kidnapped progress that changed Turkey. Mahmoud the 'Reformer. of VP-S's aircraft for an extensive demonstration flight featuringthe
performance and potent tactical capabilities of the P-3 Orion.
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Jax Charlie Meyer, managerof interior decorator, Mr. his primary duties with the Navy
the Navy Exchange displayand Meyer designs, estimates costs Exchange.
maintenance department and procures materials for new His selection as Civilian of the
has won the Civilian of the Month buildings, renovations and Month entitles him to a certificate
title recognizing him as the alterations of Navy Exchange for two at the Candlelight
R station's outstanding employeefor facilities. lie is currently Restaurant.
February.His redesigning the hospital exchange
the award You FJrvrtt'S A SIr 11 '
nomination for where the new Budget rri
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;i 14 F9 3, .'L d1 by Cdr. M. J. Ott, Navy Ex- Store will open later this month. -- -
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A < A 6f9"PbA change Officer, is based on his The many facilities which Mr.
my many contributions in special Meyer has helped renovate include
; f W projects undertaken by the Navy the Pirates Cove Inn and .
*P+ Exchange. He was cited the VIP suites at the senior

especially for his outstanding job bachelor officer quarters. According
-- -- -- --- ---
LAST SALUTE CSCS Earnest P. Dohrn and his wife, Patricia, in the Galley One renovation a to his letter of hiii t"(((
which he designed and nomination from Cdr. Ott he
walk through the line after 26 years of service. They plan to stay In the project ,
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rJI:1r. aq' is srt !kF -s.a Navy Seeks Additional I


4 Enlisted Vietnam AdvisorsWASHINGTON


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Y The Navy is giving high priority to encouraging eligible men

to join the Naval Advisory Program. The program is aimed at obtaining top quality

personnel to support Vietnamization.

Latest word on this effort is
contained in Z-gram 73, in which assignments, including training, first class and below.
Adm. Elmo It. Zumwalt Jr., are available in this program. Additional sea duty credit.
explains the advisory programand Once the New Advisor For new advisors only,waiver
the benefits that go with it for Program gets into full swing, the of time In rate and length of
enlisted men. present advisor program will be service requirements for advancement
In describing his views on the phased out.
subject, Adm. Zumwalt states, Some of the benefits in the Reassignment benefits.
'We are all extremely proud of enlisted men's advisory program Preferential housing con
both the U.S. Navy and the include: siderations.For .
Vietnamese who field advancement further information, see
Navy personnel One on
DISTANCE
TIlE LONG
RUNNER-PFC Robert D. Moore, an AO
have made much to certification of satisfactory commanding officer or
School student receives Meritorious so progress your
a Mast from Lt. Col. L.E.
date ... the Vietnamese for officers oUlcer.TOP.NOTCH .
Navy performance petty personnel
Blanchard MATSG CO
,on being the'First to Return' after running 27
miles for Jacksonville's CONO, his staff, and field
'March for Mankind' March 7. PFC Moore
commanders have made the
also received a 'Snoopy and Project Concern Certificate of Ap-
preciation' signed (naturally) with Snoopy's paw mark and by the form, poured the metal, and
founder of Project Concern, Dr. James W. Turpin. The 23 year. old removed the rough casting from
Marine ran the 27 miles In a little over two.and.one.half hours. the mold. Their job from now on
I is to perform the careful
machining required to work this
Veterans Plan casting into a fine integral part of
DAY the RVN Armed Forces.'

What is needed now, Adm. .r
Zumwalt continues, is a U.S. 1NIr13A !
Navy team which can provide the
JacksonviIleChapter very finest assistance to the -
... Vietnamese Navy 'to competethis ,
precision work 3.
Jax A special meetingto being separated who The Z-gram reviews the three '9 }
organize and charter a might be interested in programs for enlisted personnelin M __
new Disabled American becoming members are Vietnam:
General Duty Program-
Veterans Chapter in invited to attend the Personnel receive minimal

Jacksonville is planned for meeting.Ed training and undertake a one /
7:30: p.m. Tuesday at the Donahue, who is the year in country tour at supportand 4
Naval Air Lodge 1630 Veterans service officer aviation activities and on IrI14ji_

meeting hall on 4521 120th for the Veterans Ad- non-rotated Present Advisor ships. Program .s'4

St. in Yukon. ministration in Personnel receive minimum q g..i
All disabled veteransand Jacksonville, will be the language training along with 7 to / t t
military personnel guest speaker. 11 weeks of specialized training
before reporting to the Naval
Advisory Group.
New Advisor
Program --
A MCSSACC nOM/ BE PREPARED! Recently established, this
... program offers greater training
opportunities as well as a numberof
no obligation.
5 compensating incentives for
{ Call 396-5385 or 724.6979 those accepted. It will provide as
Ask for JOE BRACEWELL much as one year of training for
about a fourth of the advisors,
...Fora better understandingof enabling to
participants arrive in
I your SOCIAL, SECURITY country conversant in Viet INSTRUCTOR AOC George Bolocanoff, a small
kL VETERAN BENEFITS namese. Two and three year arms marksmanship .instructor at the station firing range, is
-F alsoLIFE INSURANCE congratulated by Cdr. L.K. Weber, Weapons Officer, as he receives a
1WaRtAs letter of appreciation forwarded from the superintendent of the U.S.
JOB BRACBWKLJL GULF LIFE 1 Naval Academy. The letter commends his achievement as the small
MAJOR. USAF, RCTIRKD INSURANCE: COMPANY p.. ":J arms marksmanship instructor there last year. Chief Bolocanoff was
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY ,I i

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JAX AIR NEWS :I Call: 388.2755 Movie ScheduleThursday "

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NAS Jacksonville should, be mailed t. arrive _
; not l later than .
Tuesday for ,
LATWI NG E R r\\ Ads arriving PUblication too late for the this following deadline Thurtday.will ., ., ., .. :. :. .

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publiShed the following week unless the
publisher Is i Instructed
otherwise.
money order for A check or April 1 musical comedy. Animated
: the full/ cost of the ad must b.
received WITH the copy for the ad. feature. 'G' E (78 mlns.)
NAS: 'BUTCH CASSIDY AND HOSPITAL: 'CHISUM'DEER
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE Minimum charge ((3 lines) j.w THE SUNDANCE KID' Color

Jacksonville Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) soc western comedy starring Paul ,

Newman and Robert Redford.

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1 STRANGER'Color melodrama

EMPLOYMENTRETIRED REAL ESTATE'CASHI Original W3 owner VOLKSWAGEN, radio-healer, $400.00 starring Paul Burke and Carol

Auto Tow Bar $25.00. 264.6978 after 5 Lynley. 'GP' G (106 mins.)
pm. '

Friday, 2NAS'CHISUM'Color SPRINGS ESTATES
If you needt$.10,000per year, you'll get !
it WORKING this advertising sales We buy,sell,and trade equities 700PELGT. ENGINE
lob In Jax and at the Beaches, 9 a.mm Louise T. Bailey Still under warranty Call 7860828 : western Keystone Heights
til 6 p.m., Mon. thru Frl. Workers 771-3605 Broker after Monday. starring John Wayne and Forrest
(only) send resume to: Tucker. 'G' G (111 mins.) Mobile Homes '
Box M
'HIDDEN WATERS'Black HOSPITAL : 'BUTCH
c-o Holt Publishing Co., CREDITUNION
4747 San Juan Ave., Creek, Canal or Lake lots REPOSSESSIONS CASSIDY AND THE SUN. Clyde W Simpson & Co
available. Excellent fishing, boating, FORD MUSTANGNew DANCE KID'Saturday
Jax, Fla.32210 swimming. Mobile Home area. Also Eng. Vinyl top, New paint & REALTOR 356.6849
permanent home area. High, wooded tires. $1850. ,April 3
'
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake 1969 CH EVY NOVA V-l
SERVICE WIVES Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. '307' CID, 3-spd. Floor, vinyl top. Exc. NAS: 'ARISTOCATS' Color --
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS Cond. $1950.
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 ,
or 1970 FORD MAVERICK
1022 Park Street, 354-7888. PENSACOLA, FLA.4)3-0745 6 cyl. Black vinyl top, tape deck, exc. GOVln.Ht PmllHI MlfcilConpny :
Sell or Rent. :3 BR, 2 B, Corner Lot, 17 cond. $1775.
trees, Cent. Heat, 5 3-4 percent. :
GREAT OPPORTUNITYNavy Elementary 6. College accessible. 64 RAMBLER STA.WAG. Lift l.slr.c.
man with Fla. Real Estate JI)(. 387-1597 Runs Good. Bad body.S125. ,
License. Full or Part time. Call/ A.T. Madisonor
Louise T. Bailey HOUSE FOR SALE Ron Rohrer ptclalliti 'In service to the military'
Broker Cute 2 BR, Flrplace, Sep. DR, HW Ext. 2431 or 387.5622WE
771-3605 floors, detached Gar. Best location, FINANCE JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVE:
Price and Terms. Ed. C. Philips 387-
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NAVY WIVES 2503. JIM RICHARDSON

Have you office skills? We need 43 CHEVY IMPALA ,. USN (lUt)
stenos, typists, machine oprs. & clerks Door Hardtop. V-8, Automatic,
for long or short assignments. We pay RENTALS R8.H. $410 11659 Jonathan Rd.
you to work In our customers' offices. ASTRO MOTORS Jacksonville 32225
Kelly Girl 6566 Normandy Blvd.
Tel I
531 Fla. Nat'l.! Bank Bldg. : 7244133CEDAR

Phone 3540111An 10 MINS. FROM CECIL FIELD 54 CORVETTE,MINT* LOADED
Equal Opportunity Employer 2 BR, Trailer, Carpet, A-C, FencedLg. $2500 and 2100hrs. labor restoring this
Lot, Patio and Awning. Adults vette.Must see 772-3224.713.2485 after
BABY SITTING pref. $110 mo. 771-5932. No Pets. 5 p.m.

In the homeS days a week. Call 264- HILLS'
5595. FOR SALE OR RENT iSSUNBEAMALPINE
RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your Convertible, R&H. Sharp) "'0
WANTED equity or let us rent your home. ASTRO MOTORS COMMUNITY CAR WASHWILSON
Polynesian cook's helper, .must be REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for 6555 Normandy Blvd.
experienced In Polynesian foods.772-' map or sales and rental list. Call
7100. Bambo Luau.M1SGELLANEOUSf. Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. AND BLANDING BLVD. PH. 711.9983ff
ORANGE PARK REALTY 41 BELAIR CHEVY
l MILITARY, FREE NOTARY V.8 Auto Trans,very good cond. brand : .
't'y" new tires. Must sell. H M3 Currle. ,.ff -.. fl TtJ:. /. 1FREE"
ORANGE PARK Duty Ph. 772-2251

.. .' .. ..( ., 2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish <, w./": .
washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth >
Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. 65 FALCON 2-DOOR SEDAN 4
'f.jo. Full Service Car Wash
6cylinder,Stick, R & H. $540
FRENCH POODLE MINATURE ASTRO MOTORS : e Car Interior Vacuumed
4 mos. old. Had all shots. 45. 771.3211 6566 Normandy Blvd. B Q Ash-Trays Cleaned
2 Br., LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit.,
Ext. 74. Air Cond, Parking for 2 cars off .Windows Cleaned
street. Water, Garbage & Sewage WA S H lJ Inside And Out
BATES USN( Ret)
BE A RADIO OR Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (plus AL ,
Datsun'sLangley 'I Exterior Completly
TVANNOUNCERRecorded tax) 387-2541. Weekends 389-0744. Now selling
message by leading announcer Datsun. y 1,) Washed
tells you how. Call any hour. It: with 15 Gal. 4 White Walls Scrubbed
ORTEGA HILLS
3552944. 3 Br. LR, DR. Den,Gar., Cent H & AC. 42 VW SEDAN M' Gal.Under New Management
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS House $180. Unfurn. Morrill 7723311. R&H, Needs ASTRO motor MOTORS $240 Under 15

Consoles some with AM-FM, tape 6566 Normandy Blvd. I prorated 59 and 39'rll' "We Honor Most Ma for
players. At dealers cost to liquidate ROOM BOARD
CREDIT CARDS"I
stock. Full warrantyl Phone 771-0409. Z.T. 4
CROSS
for a military wife Don't Ever Be Fooled .

whose husband Is deployed. $15 a See Us First At... (USN RET.) Manager OPEN 8-6
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICEAuto week. Available April 1st. Call 264- j
AC, Room units, Central Units. 6615. BUZARD T4 ""''': 7 DAYS A WEEK
Repairs. Reasonable 'tiW1J/lIt'ffJ,q L.LJJJtJliIiF':
Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. NEEDED IMMEDIATELY MOTORS

4711 Palmer-Lake 388-5U1 Shore HUSBAND DEPLOYINGA 2144 Standing 388.5044

military wife with 1 child: to share 2 r
BR. AC. Furn Apt. and utll. (less than .. .
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LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH $100 a mon.) Call 3882755, Ask for ---
Wilford's Fish Camp'264.9707.GEORGE'S Ellen.

ff4
KENNELSEst. "

1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded.
Pick up a Delivery Available. MOBILE HOMES THE
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing.
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085
Edgewood Crt. 389 0064.
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK r
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
AKCGERMANSHEPARDPuppies. trailer and Apts. 389-3007 BROWSERS WELCOMED s sr sy

Must sell. 14 weeks old, bred
for obedience. 3S -7193 or 7721728. Nautical Charts *Outriggers *Nautical Wear ,

TRANSPORTATION I,. Paints Fish Boxes .Burgee Jackets fJ!

CHICHUAHUA PUPS Hardware >Sklls >Table Wear EVINIUOl: t

2 Litters, 6 In all, 3 long-haired, $35 Repair Materials Accessories > Other GoodiesWET
each.4 males and 2 females. They will
go fast. Call 7864599.MINATURE 26 FT. CHRIS CRAFT
Lapstreke, 295 HP CC Eng., Galley, STORAGE.MARINE HOISTS'HULU SERVICE'YACHT BROKER
head,carpeted, DF, Ext. Clean. $3300. EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE-OUTBOARD, STERN-DRIVE, INBOARDSEE
SCHNAUZERAKC Call 264-4484 or 7722111. THE NEWEST BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES and TRAILERS
9 wks, wormed, & shots,
6$OLDS !
Beautiful Easter gifts. 2462946. PS., PB.,
2 dr. hardtop Bucket Seats SEGRAVES
AT., H R, Tach. Good Cond. $900. toMARINA
EARLY AMERICAN Call 264-4484 or 7722111. J rr.r..rwi

I and Sofa coffee bed table.matching All In chair good end condition tables,, 6IVW SQUAREBACK i- ROOSEVELT BLVD at ORTEGA RIVER. ___

I S75.00 total. Hand lawn mower $200. Lt. Blue, Excel Cond. Asking $1650. CCA
Dinette set 3x4 table, 6 matching Call 772.8327, Point! JlCksItwIIfloddl
chairs and two 12' leaves $20. Carved .

leather bowling bag, $8.00. Maple Crib 1966 DATSUN CONVT. u' /] pier 66 Franchised Marina \ .. sari OftN SUNDAY. ,
with mattress,exc. cond. $20.00.80'x4'high radio, Heater, Call AI Bates %? .. .
metal fencing with 12 creosote, AM FM < 10APRIL .... .
soaked, poles, $12. 2642688. 398-3621.



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:..f<.'' I: Advance Health Careers Available Through MEDHIC I

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.. WASHINGTON Dr. Roger 0. program nationwide, as was program for Vietnam and other point in the Department of
Welfare
and
. Egebert assistant Secretary for announced by President Nixon, in returning veterans who have Health, Education,
; educationand
st health, and scientific affairs, his Feb. 18, 1971, message to the health occupations skills, for health manpower
t ,- Department of Health, Congress,' Dr. Egeberg said. training, and experience. training activities.
,) Education, and Welfare, has The program administrative Through MEDIIIC, military 'By locating the administrative
'. announced the establishment of a office has been established in the personnel with an Interest in office for Operation MEDIIIC in
: national program administrative Division of Allied Health Man health careers may locate the Bureau's Division of Allied
office for operation MEDIHC power, Bureau of Health Man civilian employment and training Health Manpower, we are '
,, (Military Experience DirectedInto power Education, a component of opportunities in the health field bringing the on-going operationof
II .. Health-Carrers). the National Institutes of Health. prior to being separated from the the program Into direct contact
.j 'This is the first in a series of Experience Armed Forces.Dr. with the most rapidly growing
.... 'WHO'S IM HARE steps which will be taken to ex- Operation MEDIHC is a Egebert said, 'Less than a segment of all health manpower.The .
CHAR6B
f pand significantly the MEDIIIC counseling and recruitment year ago we initiated Operation wide range of existing and
MEDIHC In cooperation with the developing occupations in the
Department of Defense. Today, allied health field provides Important
about 6,500 ex-military corpsmen opportunities for in
Introductory Offer have received assistance from terested and qualified veterans
MEDIIIC Coordinators in 47
states, the District of Columbia, Continuous Role
PANTYHOSE Puerto Rico and the Virgin
Islands. They have been advised Dr. John S. Zapp, Deputy
96
about health occupations, Assistant Secretary for Health
training programs and em Manpower,will continue his roleas
ployment opportunities HEW. coordinator of the
throughout the country. They are MEDIHC program.
Regular $2.50 Value enrolled in junior colleges,
;, colleges and universities where Dr. Zapp has named Miss Alice
This great new super stretch yarn assures a perfect they are preparing for health B. Frazer, a U.S. Public Health
fit tvtry tint and gives the longest war ever'In a shear y careers. They are employed In Service Officer, as MEDIHC
panty hose Our customers have told us this 'Is trut. Wtbtlltvt The panty hose hospitals, physicians' offices, Program Coordinator. Prior to
so strongly that this 'Is the best panty hottavailable the appointment, Miss Frazer
State and local health depart
that wt will unconditionally guarantee your for girls who
satisfaction or refund ments and other health facilities. implemented the initial phase of
your money
Available'In five beautiful shades and four sizes to fit d are tough on These veterans are contributing Operation MEDIHC. Inquiries
everyone from 5'to S'l1"lnd from 100 to US Ibs. S panty hose. valuable talents toward meetingthe concerning MEDHIC should be
You have never had any panty host.good as these nation's need for more health directed to: Miss Frazer,
before. Try several' pair soon or ask your neighbor Division of Allied Health Man-
about these new panty host,she has a pair) yAt manpower.
Commenting on the location of power, Bureau of Health Man-
the national coordinating officehe power Education, National In-
said, 'The Bureau of Health stitute of Health, 9000 Rockville
Manpower Education is the focal Pike, Bethesda, Md.
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APRIL, 1971 CLUB SCHEDULES j

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ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 1

April 1 April 2 April 3 April 4 AprilS April 6 April 7

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Pirates Phil Cay Lorenzo d
and the Lynard and his America Lynard The America <
Cove Chantels Skynard Soul Children Skynard Drifters Children
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Mel Gaden
Acey-Ducey Cocktail Dance to and hIs Drink of
The The Chuck Happy ,
the Week
Hour Four Lazy Four Wagon Hour
Club Bar
7.9 p.m. Ryhtm Clubs Steak :30-6: p.m.
Countrymen
GIrls Whiskey




CPO 20 Special cents Jimmy Tommy Prime Rib Happy Hour# F led Happy Hour

off Qn Strickland Brooks Roast 5.7 p.m. Chicken S.7 p.m.
Club All Pizzas DI inner
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Officers Main Brace Archie Champagne Sunday Main Brace Main Brace Italian
Open Leslie and Family Open Open Buffet
Club Informal Candlelight Buffet $2.50


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CLUB HOURS ftep Registration I

Pirates CPO Officers Acey-Ducey Support
Cove Club Club Club Scheduled Next Week

Monday thru Thur
11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Weekends Friday & Saturday Your Jax-Next week is the deadlinefor served at least 180 days of active
11 a.m. to Midnight 1 p.m to 1:30: a.m. 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. registration for Pre- duty. The courses will be held
Friday
Discharge Educational Monday through Thursday
11 a.m to 2 a.m. (PREP)
Friday & Saturday Weekdays Sunday courses offered by Florida Junior evenings from 7 until 10 p.m. at
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Noon to Midnight College for servicemen and Hangar 1000, all free of charge.
t a.m to 2 a.m. Monday thru Thut' Club' ; women who need remedial and Registration is April and 6
Sunday 11 a.m. to Midnight refresher training to prepare from 7-9 p.m. In Room 235 of
t a.m. to Midnight
themselves for a high school Hangar 1000.
diploma, college entrance examor For further information call
other further training.To the Education Services Office at
Sailor: 'Is that girl's dress torn, Ext. 2596.
qualify you must have
or am I seeing things fc
Another Sailor: 'Both'



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CO Slates t t POW Families Get

ft p h i '

Record A n vl GI Education Loans


DisposalJax L d St. Petersburg. Fla.-Several wives, daughters, and a

first trainees approved for
son are among the nation's

John Kincaid, NAS educational benefits under the recent prisoner of war

commanding officer, has law, according to the Veteran's Administration.

designated April 5-9 as 'Records Odell W. Vaughn, director of
Disposal Week/ asking all the Veterans Administration University Washington to work
toward the Master of Arts degreein
station departments to give their Regional Office in St. Peter-
records and files a thorough 11 sburg, said Public Law 91-584, art or history.
spring housecleaning before th* signed Dec 24, 1970, provides Vaughn said Cathy's father,
upcoming administrative Capt. Lee Profilet, has been a
educational and GI home loan
materiel inspection in May prisoner of war in North Vietnamfor
benefits to wives and children of
Throughout the week, com members of the armed forces about a year.
mands must review their records missing in action or who have Cynthia Berry of Denver, an 18-
freshman at the
eliminating year-old
unnecessary
been prisoners of war for more
records and shipping others of than 90 days. University of Northern Colorado,
administrative or historical Vaughn noted that the first and her 22-year-old brother,
value to the Central dependent approved for Richard, a junior at Colorado
Records' Office by May 1. educational benefits under the State University, have also been

Guidelines for making a records new law in Florida was Mrs. approved for educational
inventory are set in SECNAV Lynn Marie Glenn of Jackson- benefits They are the children of

Notice 5212 along with a volume ville, whose Navy husband, Lt. Captain Perry H, Jefferson, who
report to be completed. Danny E. Glenn was shot down was listed as missing in action in

Although each department is ....- 'I .'I\\o _II.i i.'. AAII' I' over North Vietnam in December Ninh Thuan Province, Vietnam,
required to update files continually 1966. Mrs. Glenn will study for a April 3, 1969 Cynthia and
AN OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE-Capt. WC.W. Lewis Jr., com-
to maintain an essential Bachelor of Science Richard plan careers in
at
minimum, there has been a manding officer the Naval Hospital here, proudly presents Eleanor Jacksonville degree education.Of .
Cashwell a letter of appreciation along with a check for sustained University.
noticeable increase in the volume Mrs Doris M. Dlagwald of the 1400 men missing or
of records, according to annual superior performance. Orem, Utah, has been approvedfor captured in Southeast Asia, the
reports to the Chief of Naval educational benefits under the families of 93 of them reside in

Operations Since 1966, overall Navy Fights Sea PollutionWASHTINGTONShips' new law, and is in her junior yearof Florida, Vaughn said.
volume reports reflect an In- majoring in genealogy at Recipients of educational
crease of more than one-quarterof benefits draw $175 monthly if .
Brigham Young University. Her
solid and
a million cubic feeL waste-both liquidare husband was reported missing in they attend school fulltime, $128
In designating 'Records two major problems facing the Navy in its fight action in North Vietnam July 8, for three-quarter time at-
Disposal Week,' Capt Kincaid against pollutant sources. And the 'cures' will involove 1965. tendence, and $81 for halftime.

has asked station commands to about 600 vessels, with the waste water problem alone Nineteen-year-old Cathy Lynn For further information, contact
make a concentrated effort to costing about $300 million. Profilet of Seattle plans to enter your nearest VA office or your
reduce this trend in line with Seattle Community College next local service organization

other paperwork reduction These were some of the points standards being determined by month, then transfer later to theMcClellan representive.world. .
programs introduced by Adm. made by Carl Zillig, top civilian the Environmental Protection
E Elmo Zumwalt, chief of Naval engineer-aide to Cdr. J.A. Agency (EPA).' Assumes

Operations.Read. D'Emidio, the Navy's 'pollutionczar He added that existing ships
,' to a Navywlde workshop on must comply with the new
oil pollution control held at the regulations within five years.
This Right? Naval Civil Engineering The Chief of Naval Material NASC AssignmentWashingtonA

Sailor's Delight Laboratory (NCEL), Port beginning a study of solid waste

IUZARDMOTORS Hueneme, Calif., last month. disposal from various classes of naval aviator and World War II
One purpose of the two day ships Zillig noted that more
workshop was to provide In- environmentally acceptable veteran of destroyer and carrier operations in the South

2144 Standing 381.50"HONDA formation on oil pollution control methods of disposal will have to Pacific, RAdm. Thomas R. McClellan is to relieve the

techniques to Naval agencies be used, 'such as incineration, present head of the Naval Air Systems Command,
involved in clean-up operations. compaction aboard ship for RAdm. Thomas J. Walker on April 1.
Experts discussed the latest disposal ashore, and greater
In his assignment Adm.
new ,
equipment and methods for utilization of returnable containers .
dealing with harbor spills.In that can be recycled. McClellan will command a multi- The 49-year-old admiral bringsa
billion dollar complex which
discussing ships' waste wealth of aeronautical ex-
problems, Zillig said, 'New develops aircraft and airborne perience to the post. He returnedto
MOTORS & CYCLES CO. for the Navy
vessels must be properly When guy claims a gal is cold weapons systems the Naval Academy for
4949 BLANDING BLVD.. and Marine The
Corps
equipped with sewage disposal he should remember that so is postgraduate instruction in
PHONE 771-8244 facilities within two to meet organization includes more than
year dynamite until you start fooling aeronautical engineering after
55,000 people engaged in air
around with it. World War II. He then continuedhis
systems work throughout the
studies at the California In-
stitute of Technology where he
was awarded a master of science
degree.
The admiral has commandedtwo
OWN LANDONnA patrol squadrons, a Fleet Air
( t Wing and a Carrier Division, and
I IN COLONAboSPAINdt served afloat in the carriers

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Np 0 apYlONI MOTORS 8PRPA I : : NJ Hawaiian luau sponsored by the
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at 7
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Sets Volleyball RecordJaxNAS c;f

Cecil Field won three a
record going into yesterday's third matches Monday and Tuesday to build up a 6-0 It
championships here. round of the Sixth Naval District Volleyball .

,
After two rounds,NAS Jax was hour (
in second at 4-1, Key West held 5 on the hour from 9 a.m.until Trophies will be awarded at 3 Ct C
p.m. today in
the
third place at 3-2. Glynco and fourth round. tournament's p.m.The '
Memphis sported 2-3 records and winner of the district
Play will
Pensacola had a H 'mark, resume tomorrow at 9 tournament will travel to NAS
followed by Orlando at 0-5 to g m-with the last match set for 2 Norfolk to participate in the Cj
p.m
round out the seven team, round South Atlantic Regional. j
robin affair.In .
Monday's play, Cecil Field
def Memphis, 2-15, 15-4, 17-15; JAX SPORT SHORTSGolf
Jax def Pensacola 15-13,9-15,15-
3; Glynco def Key West 15-13,15-
13; Memphis def Orlando 156,1512 -
; Cecil Field del Jax 15-9,14-16,
15-12; Pensacola def Glynco 15-6, Cup Play Set for April 10, 17 S
15-6; Key West del Orlando 15-6,
15-8;Jax def Memphis 15-13,15-7; Jax The annual NAS Jax Spring Cup Golf Tour ..i,
and Cecil def Glynco, 15-7. 15-8. nament will be held here on two consecutive Saturdays,
Tuesday saw Key West del
Pensacola 15-2, 15-6; Cecil def April 10 and 17.
Orlando 15-4,15-4;Jax def Glynco Eligible to play in the affair are all male active duty
15-3, 6-15, 15-9; Memphis del
Pensacola 15-5, 15-8; Cecil del and retired military personnel who are members of the --- -

Pensacola 15-10, 16-14; Key West golf course and have an established club handicap.The JAX vs CECIUHost HAS Jacksonville/ tournament leader Cecil
def del Memphis Orlando 15-7 15-2,15-10; and Jax tournament will be 36 holes of medal play with Field mix it up during Monday's opening round of the Sixth Naval
15-7. District Volleyball championships. Cecil dropped their host IS-9, H16
Matches are slated for every full handicap, according to Walt Kelczewski, golf 15.12,and then moved on to a 6.0 record after the first two days of play.SHOP .
tournament chairman.

Darter MC's Prizes will be awarded to low gross, low net, runners- WHERE THE

up and others. Entry fee is $2 and golfers should sign up

Defeat PilotsJax at the golf club house prior to April 10.


VP-45's mission commanders Little League Play Starts SaturdayBoys
proved they could fly

least higher on than the Red basketball Darter court pilots,,as at 13 -15 will be organized into a Senior League, SAVINGS ARE ITWt

the former Naval Flight Officers with practice to begin in May. Boys interested in Senior ...Shop SIMMONS and SAVE I
knocked off the pilots, 54 -48, in League play may register by calling the field office at
an intra squadron game Monday 389-1891 or by dropping by Blue Angel field during U.S.D.A. CHOICE MEATS
night. regular Little League play.
The mission commanders MEATS CUTS FOR FREEZERS

trailed by two points at the half Care to be an Umpire? Old Fashion Over The Counter Retail Market
after Bob Kidd sank a 30- foot
FINANCING AVAILABLE
jumper to put the pilots out front Umpires are needed for the NATTC and NAS intramural Or Ve YourMASTERCHARGE or BANKAMERICARD
41-39. A clinic will begin as soon as
sports programs.
Tom Leshko and Dave Swift
provided the scoring punch in the enough potential ump& can be assembled. It's a chanceto SIMMONS FOOD SERVICE
second half to lift the mission stay active, be a participant in a good sport, and get 5318 Wesconnett Phone 771-3741
crew to the win. Leon Templewas paid, too! Call the station Athletic Office at 3239 for R. E. Howell-m,Mgr. We Deliver
the game's top shot, hitting further details. if .
for 24 markers for the pilots.
The two squads will go at it
again, but with bats on the softball Open for your convenience 6 a.m..l 0 p.m. ffJIIi4I
diamond during the up- I
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coming season.

Heyworth Takes Q ROAD SERVICED COMPLETE DINNER MENU
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Women's Silver Cup Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS

Jax Jean Heyworth came up BOB'S OAK HILL Sirloin Steak Sbish-kabob
with a net 75 to win the monthly Mignpn

silver association cup play in women's at NAS golf Jax uni@nSERVICE $1.95 $1,10 ? 1.95T

Tuesday. .
Lassie Mahoney toured the CENTER From the choicest ,, f just Right
01 cuts LAKGEK.C. -r.-
course at 71 for runner up in the fflM BMII1H i meumum KC Choice 'Cut.RM;. 1 ,.
first flight. Ann Wright took the 103rd & Jammcs Road 771.9156 Strip I Steak
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Pin Benders 20-8 .714

Hunters 20-8 .714

FlapJax 17.11.607
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tweets 16-12 .571

Pin Pals 16-12 .571
ComFalrJax 2 20-8 .714 .
Ringers 15-13 .536
Ney Bowlers 20-8 .714
679th 14-14.500
Zephyrs 1&-9 .679 _
.500
Lewechauns 14-14 S
R'.Raiders 18-10 .643 I Ia
Molar Rollers ComFalrJax 1 13-15 .464 ,
171i-l0l,1 .621
Fald Folk 12-16 .429 _
AFEES 16-12 .571 V' lY _
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Beer Cans 11-17 .393 :
Gold 15-13 .536
Hurricanes 14-14 .500 hang Overs 11-17 .393 __._n__ _._ __ ... ...__ __ -.
KingPins 9-19 .321
SubMow V 12-16 .429
BumbleBees 12-16 .429 Unmentionables 7-21 .250 WINNING-Wa Iter Scotliss,tailback for the Speck I Services Spitfires, makes an unbelievable

MarBar2 1I'h-16'h' .414 lIospltal C 5-23 .179 catch to score the winning TD for the station championship. All Station quarterback George Mullins

Tweekers 1l1i-16'h' .414 tossed the ba II despite fierce rush by defensive end Fran Freesbee. The Spitfires beat the Waves, 6.' ,
'
AMD IOIi-171i .379 Golf 0, before a capacity crowd on April Field. ;. .

Hospital A UH8 .357 110

SawBones Fumblers 9-19 8-20 .286.321 American Exploding Golf Balls Can Blind Youngsters h" '.,



NARTU 3-0 1000 Several news reports have ploding center, upon cutting intoa In any case, our point is to 't -

CONTINENTAL LEAGUE FICEUR 3-0 1000 come into the National Society golf ball, it does appear that a make the golfing public aware of ,

NAMTD 24.760 for the Prevention of Blindness major part of the problem may the danger to curious youngsters.
Weapons 2-1 .667 Association (NSPB) dealing with arise from the 'less
NATTC 18-10 .643 expensive'golf The best bet is to keep golf balls
Halpltal 18-10 .643 Hospital 1'h-IIh.500 eye injuries caused by golf balls balls which have larger away from children and not give

Split Finders 15-9 .625 VP-16 1.2 .333 which explode when youngsterscut centers and less rubber thread them old golf balls to play with. ,_
MARTD 1-2 .333
them to what's In- winding.A .
Seventy Wons 15-9 .625 open see If an accident such as this
MATSG 1-2 .333
Trainers 17-n .607Wild side. youngster cutting into the occurs, the child should be takento .
.
NARF 1,1-21,1 .240P0's .
Ones 14-10 .583 The danger is in the liquid core golf ball may cut right throughthe an ophthalmologist or other
Comm 14-10 .583 Chops 0-3 0000VP45 of the ball which can explode winding, releasing the liquid. physician promptly.

Evildoers .542 when cut into because it is under
13-11
Cleaners 2-0 1000 pressure of up to 2,500 pounds per
13-11 .542
CPO's 15-13 .536 AIROPS 2-0 1000 square Inch.Adding Want Ads PayJACKSONVIUE'S
Comm
IIh-'h.65O to this impact is the
Quacks
.536
15-13
VW-4 2.1 .667
chemical harm which
Eagles 2 14-14 .500 may occur,
FAETU 2-1 .667
Hard Hats depending on the ingredient used
12-12 .500
Tars NFO 1.1 .500 for the liquid core. The substance
Timers 12.16 .429 MarBar I-I .500 used for ball cores vary with the t
Lazy .286
8-20
A-Maintenance 1-2 .333
manufacturers but include
Side Winders !
8-20 .286 .
679th "
Ih-JI, .325
Knots 3-25 .1a1 sulfuric acid, barium salts, zinc
ComFalrJax 0-1 0000FleetAirWing sulfide silicone 1 ;;
gelatin
corn NEWESTand FINEST
11 0-3 0000 syrup, ethylene glycol, lead oxide t.
T. .. 4:
ATLANTIC LEAGUE paste, mineral oil, sodium ( ii 6 \
S/tES AND SERVICE
hydroxide castor oil and
Hear about the little boy who water. '
Good&Bad 24--4 .857 flooded the gymnasium becausethe Some of the more exotic a ,

Alley Cats 23-5 .821 coach told him to go in as a ingredients reported include i,i
Jokers 21-7 .750 sub? wheat germ and fish oil. Corolla ...
Pin Benders 18-10 .643 As to the danger of the exES ,

Gems 16-12 .571 '
VR-50 15-13 .536 I IIII

MarBar 1 14-14 .500

Chokers 131,1-141,1 .483 TO L!!
PR1C
,.. Bees 13-15 .464 INI OL ALE

Lt's +1 13-14 .393

Eagles I 11-17 .393
NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
Blocks -17'h.379'
NEW A USED TV SETS
Green Backers 10-18 .357
Birds 9-19 .321 NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES .
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS Equipment includes f'.
Blue 8-20 .286 : Reclining Bucket Seats "J,

Tumblers 5-23 .179 AIR CONDITIONERS Whitfe wall tiresWheelcovers Nvlpn carpets .,,".' '1)
Hrs.fam. 7pm. Come In & Browse 'il
Front disc brakes Tilled glass ':
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70.CHEVY MALIBU Door Hardtop. Fully Loaded, Factoryalr $2950
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