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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: April 8, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Eventful 25th1Jax + <



-Special sales,give-a.way specials and a big paradeare
on the agenda next week as the Navy Exchange here
celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Navy Resale System. t.
Everyone is invited to participate In the many events for the
eight day celebration at NAS Jax: .
Wednesday, April 14 at 7 p.m. -Navy Exchange employee
dinner, dance and beauty contest at the Candlelight
Restaurant Several employees will receive 25 year service
awards. .
Thursday, April IS at 9 a.m.-25th anniversary celebrationgets
off to a big start with merchandise specials, door prizes,

etc.Friday
April 16 at 10 a.m. The new Navy Exchange --------

rental shop opens in Bldg. 1884 at the corner of EnterpriseAve. BIRTHDAY RALLY Gathered around an N2S 'Yellow Peril' similar to the flnt aircraft to be
and Kelly St. in NATTC. processed at the Naval Air Rework Facility In 1941, NARF employees join In the birthday celebration
Saturday, April 17 at 11 a.m. Parade, featuring Shrine for the facility's fourth anniversary. Capt. D. H. Heile, commanding officer, addressed some 3,000
bands and marching units, Navy Exchange Queen, Raines employees last Thursday at the rally.
and Green Cove Springs High school bands.Navy Wives Club
floats and equestrian units from the NAS riding stables.
Tuesday April 20 at 11 a.m. Grand opening of the newly Narf Celebrates BirthdayJax
renovated Navy Exchange laundry and dry cleaning plant in
Bldg. 106. Guided tours.

Thursday April 22 at 10 a.m. Grand opening of the new -The Naval Air Rework Facility, established here more than 30 years ago f
Navy Exchange Budget Store in Bldg. H2009 at hospital side. to provide the Fleet with up to date and operationally ready aircraft at a

minimum of cost, celebrated its fourth anniversary as a separate command

April 1..
Addressing hundreds of em- equipment.
ployees who rallied for a Capt. Heile also told employeesat
!57xx XIe-Nj i S1 cake cutting ceremony last the rally that the present

,. Thursday, Capt. D.II. Heile, workload and opportunitiesahead I
I; ..... ;-w: .. NARF commanding officer, cited indicated a sound em-
: the past four years as a 'sue- ployment program at the facility.
_; 'T'IT: '.::, "" ,I".. cessful apprenticeship in .-
preparation for challenging
VOL. 29 NO. 3 'Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville, Florida.' APRIL 8, 1971 opportunities in the future.'

NARF was established as a
separate command here at NASin
Three Navymen Receive 1967. Throughout its illustrious
past it has grown from its
original 7 and Vi acres and one
building to its present 118 acre,
Navy CommendationJax 50-building complex worth more
than 83 million dollars.
The rework facility is locatedon
Three Navymen here have received the Navy Achievement Medal for a landfill created by the

.professional achievement from Capt. John Kincaid, station commanding officer. Standard Dredging Co. in 1939. In
May 1940 the original Assembly
HMl James Perry, a master He was also credited for con- quality assurance representativefor i and Repair Department, as it
at arms, training officer and tributing to the success of his the squadron maintenance i was then called, was founded
career counselor at the dispen- squadron's anti submarine department from May to August t and,by October 1940 a work force
sary, was awarded the Navy warfare mission. 1960. According to his citation he was being trained at Norfolk and WEAPONS OFFICER
Achievement Medal with Combat ,ATI Baird reported for duty was primarily responsible for Pensacola for transfer to NAS RETIRES Retiring after more
'V' for professional achievementwith here in December 1970. flight deck safety and con- Jacksonville, about the same than 30 years of active duty,
the 1st Marine Division and Also receiving an award for siderably facilitated the efficient time the station was com- LCdr. Courtney D. Ray, former
subsequently with the 1st Air and service with Air Anti Submarine accomplishment of flight deck missioned.The NAS Weapons Officer and Admin
Naval Gunfire Liaison Co in Squadron 22 aboard the USS operations ... 'contributing facility completed its first Plans Officer, is piped over the
Vietnam from April 1969 until Wasp is AMH1 Henry Werner Jr., significantly to the successful aircraft, a N2S-3, in August 1941. side with his wife. LCdr. Ray
September 1970. hydraulics shop supervisor at completion of the squadron's Since that time, according to joined the Navy as a Seaman
As senior corpsman for the 1st AMD. mission. Capt.' Heile, more than 8,000 Recruit and worked his way up
Force Reconnaissance, 1st He was cited for superior AMH1 Werner reported for aircraft, 50,000 engines and more through the ranks to become an
Marine Division, HMl Perry was ,performance of duty as the duty here in October 1970. than a million aeronautical officer in May 1961 from his
responsible for training other components have been previous rank as Senior Chief

corpsmen. According to his U- processed, including fighter, Aviation Ordnanceman.
'
citation, he also conducted. t patrol, attack, transport, utility
regular sanitation inspections, n l ly and trainer aircraft and
immunization programs and helicopters. ASTElt i1
malaria control and disease In more than 30 years NARF ? Jf
prevention programs within his has supported Deep Freeze
company. operations at the South Pole and
Later reassigned, he becamethe has met critical deployment Jax A special Easter
only corpsman for the Air and Fleet Sunrise Service is planned for
criteria for units during the
6 a.m. Sunday on Casa Linda
Naval Gunfire Platoon, Sub Unit and
Vietnam
One, 1st Air and Naval GunfireCo. Korean Looking toward the conflicts.future, lake complex.behind the NAS Chapel

Capt. Heile predicted many The service will be con
A 16-year Navy veteran, Petty
exciting new developments to
Officer Perry has served a ducted by Chaplains Sheldon
previous tour in Vietnam with a .- come. Plans are already in the and Baggott, and the Chapel
fuel accessories
for
making a new
helicopter medevac unit in 1966. Choir will sing. In case of
plant stripping and corrosion
here in inclement weather the ser
He reported for duty e
: treat facility; and a new heat
October 1970. vices will be held inside the
treat and die
foundry facility.
Chapel.The .
ATI Julian L. Baird, test
\ New developments also include public is invited to
equipment and calibrations petty- ;
officer for the AUW shop at advances in computer attend the services and
Weapons Department, receivedthe technology, microfilming, persons will be admitted at
Achievement Medal for electronic calculating and control the main gate without a pass.
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Anti superior- Submarine performance Squadron with Air 22 New Chief ReEnlistsNorman Nursery Rates Change .

aboard the carrier USS Wasp last
L. Gage, who was lust promoted to Data Processing Chief Jax-Some changes have been more than six children.

year.As the electronics branch April 1, is re enlisted by Capt. John Kincaid, NAS commanding officer made in hourly rates and nursery Weekly rates will be $12
per
,adding four more to his 11 Navy career. Chief Gageis care at the Navy Wives Club
supervisor and flight deck years year child, $18 for two, $20 for three,
troubleshooter for the squadron a computer systems analyst at the Data Processing Department Nursery. $22 for four and $24 for five
maintenance department, he was where he reported for duty in August following an assignment with the Effective immediately, hourly children.
cited for 'exceptional Bureau of Naval.Personnel in Washington. The chief is married and rates will be 40 cents per child, 50
professional competence, has-two children. His 17 year old daughter Mary plans to |loin the cents for 2 or 3 children, 60 cents Also lunch will cost 35 cents per
initiative and resourcefulness.' Navy in June. for 4 to 6 children and 70 cents for child.



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

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



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APRIL, 1971 CLUB SCHEDULES



ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

.. April 8 April 9 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 13 April 14

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Phil Cay Lorenzo '" .
Prates and the and his America's America's Lynard Dark America's

Chantels Soul Children Children Skynard Entry Children

Cove Treatment, '

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Braised Archie '
Shortrlbs Leslie Floyd Bryant Tommy'C' 'Drink of Noon Happy

Acey-Ducey Cocktail and and his and the the Week: Special Hour
Four Seminoles Bar Scotch Veal Steak 4:30-6 p.m.
Whatever
Hour
Club Countrymen
Fair
7.9 p.m.



Easter

CPO Ladles Night Tommy'C' Whatever Sunday Prime Special Rib Happy Hour, Fried' : Happy Hour

Ladies' Drinks and the Fair Roast and S-7pm. Chicken 5..7 p.m.
DInner'
Club Half Priced Seminoles Baked Ham -
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Champagne Special .. :

Officers Main Brace A La Carte and Easter CLOSED.Main. Brace Buffet
Open Menu Candlelight I Buffet Open Menu

Club Music by '
Charlie Jay



CLUB HOURS


Pirates CPO Officers Acey.Ducey Suppor t,'

Cove Club Club Club I Jl J

Monday thru Thur

11 '.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Weekends Friday d Saturday your
Friday 11 a.rn to Midnight 1 p.m to 1:30: a.m. 11.a.m. 10 1 a.m. WEEKDAYS

11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Friday & Saturday Weekdays Sunday GALLEY NO.: Breakfast-4 to 1:30 a.m.t Dinner-It a.m. to 1 p.m. Supper
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11 e.m to, 1 I.m. Noon to Midnight .to 5:30: p.m. Sandwich line served at dinner only. >
'I.m. to 2 I.m. Club' GALLEY NO. It Breakfast-S:30 to 7 '.m.; Plnner-ll a.m. to 12:30 p.m.;
Sunday Monday thru Thur Supper-5 to 6:15: p.m. Sandwich line open In Wings and 6 at dinner only.
t '.m. to Midnight 11 am. to Midnight WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
BOTH GALLEYS Early Breakfast- ::30 to 8:30: a.m. Brunch-9:30; a.m. to
t 12:30 p.m.; Supper to 5:30 p.m.
COMRATS prices: Breakfast cents; Dinner and Brunch- cents Supper
cents.The following menu Is served at both galleys.
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Friday,April'BREAKFAST..Homlny Topping Braised Spareribs with
Easter Greetings'Easter EllJI1kJllE1EEn. Grits, Sauerkraut Buttered Egg Noodles
Chilled Grapefruit Juice Fried Eggsto Fried Hominy, Seasoned Green
Order, Minced Beef on Toast, Beans, Pound Cake.Tu.sday .
rnw, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Choice of ,April 13
will be celebrated around the world on Sun- Luncheon Meat or Pork Sausage, Iced BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried

day, April 11. On this day many of us will participate in Twists. Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef
DINNER-Chlcken Noodle Soup on Toast, Choice of Luncheon Meat or
the traditional services of worship. Easter greetings to Sea Food Platter of Fried Scallops Pork,Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans,
family and friends will be sent and received. Fried Shrimp, Flounder or Sweet & Iced CJnammon Twists.DINNERVegetable .
CatholicNAVAL Sour Pork, Steamed Rice, Tartar Soup Fried
'But Easter is much more than a day for worship and Sauce-Cocktail Sauce, Buttered Whole Ham Steaks, Mashed Sweet
Kernal Corn Buttered Peas, French Potatoes, Snowflaked Potatoes,
the exchange of greetings. It is a message, a challengeand AIR STATION Apple Pie.SANDWICH. Buttered'' Lima Beans, Seasoned

a perpetual source of strength. It is an occasion for LiNE-Grilled Cheeseor Carrots; Southern Style Cornbread,

recollection and reflection on those imperishable Saturday Mass 5 P.M. Sunday Grilled Hamburgers. Pineapple Pie..
SUPPER-Breaded Pork Chops, SANDWICH LiNE-Grilled Cheeseor
spiritual values and insights endowed by God and held Mass 8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass. Brown Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes, Variety"'Meat Sandwich.SUPPERSwiss .
Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday Chilled Apple Sauce, Seasoned Green Steak with Brown
sacred It is a of faith in the
by our country. message
through Friday 11:30: A.M. Beans, Harvard Beets, Yellow Cake Gravy, Fried Rice, Boiled BlackeyedPeas
inevitable, of truth over falsehood, good over evil, Saturday Confessions 10;30 with Chocolate Icing.Saturciay Buttered Broccoli Spears, Iced

justice over inequity, love over hatred,. and life over 11:15 A.M.NATTC April 10 Layer Cake Wednesday. ,April 14

death. BREAKFAST Oatmeal, BREAKFAST-Hominy Grits, Fried

'My wish and prayer for you and your loved ones is Sunday Mass -9:30: A.M,Bldg.500 Chilled Grilled Apricots Hot Cakes, Fried with Eggs Maple to Order Syrup,, Maple Eggs to Syrup Order, Choice Grilled of Hot Bacon Ckes or,

that the spiritual verities of Easter may be realized in Sunday Worship 10 A.M. &Choice Beans of, Blueberry Ham or Bacon Muffins., Baked Pork Ham, Hash Browned Potatoes,
Minced Beef Struessel Coffee Cake.
our daily living. BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, DINNER-Beef Rice Soup Baked
VAdm.Robert L. Townsend, USN Breakfast Meat or Grilled Chicken,. Cream Gravy, Snowflaked
ProtestantNAVAL Cheeseburgers French Fried Potatoes, Cornbread Dressing,
Baked ,
Potatoes Beans Assorted Cake
Cranberry Sauce, French Fried
Doughnuts, Peach Pie.
4 Callflower Buttered Mixed
SoupVankeePot
SUPPER-Navy Bean
{ Vegetables, Jello with Whipped
JTAX AIR NEWS AIR STATION Roast Beef Natural Gravy, Topping.
Franconla Potatoes, Fried Cabbage,
SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Ham
Sunday Seasoned Lima Beans, Coconut Bars.
burgers and Cheeseburgers.
,
Sunday April 11BREAKFAST..Homlny
SUPPER-Chili Con Carne or Beef
Holy Communion 8:30 A.M. Grits,
: Porcupines, French Baked Potatoes,
The JAX AIR NEWS I. Civilian' Chilled Tomato Juke Fried Eggs to
a Enterprise Newspaper Bldg. 750; Church ,School- 9:15 Southern Style Greens, Buttered
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station A.M. Order, Grilled, Choice French Toast with Squash, Steamed Rice, Pineapple
of
Maple Syrup Luncheon
Jacksonville, Florida,. by the Holt Publishing Company a Youth.Worship(nursery. grade Meat or Pork Sausage, Hash Browned Upside Down Cake.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS 9)) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship Potatoes, Jelly Doughnuts. BREAKFAST-Hot Thursday,April 15 Oatmeal,

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Service : A.M. Bldg. 750:; ; BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Chilled Orange Juice, Fried Eggs to

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30: Breakfast, French Meat Fried or Potatoes Grilled Frankfurters Baked Order Cheese Omelet, Choice of

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-31U or P.M. Bldg. 722; Senior YouthFellowship. Beans Glazed Longlohns Apple Pie. Luncheon Meat or Pork Sausage,
3119. SUPPER-Corn Chowder, Baked Baked Pork & Beans, Yankee Style
1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722.
Corn Bread, Iced Bear Claws.
Virginia Ham,
Pineapple & Raisin
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Tuesday Sauce, Whipped Potatoes, Candled DINNER-Chlcken Noodle Soup,
Italian ,
Sweet Potatoes, Spaghetti with Meat Sauce or
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Christian Science Service Seasoned Brussel' Boiled Sprouts,Carrots Peanut, Ravioli, Pizza Pie, Parmesan
creed, color national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or 7 Butter Cake with Peanut Butter Icing. Cheese, Garlic Toast, Buttered

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal .P.M. Tuesday Monday,April 12 Spinach Pumpkin or Pie.SANDWICH Seasoned. Asparagus Tips,

:opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print BREAKFAST-CoOked Farina, LINE-Chlll
Dogs.
Chilled Apple" Juice, -Fried Egg$ &
:}
advertising from that source. Senior Choir Rehearsal P.M.Bldg. Order,. Scrambled Ejjfls';with -Ham, SUPPER-Bralsed Pork Chops
Choice of 1iror Bacon, -c ttag,. .-Steamed Rice, Tomato Gravy, Chilled
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries 750NAVAL '_ Fried Potatoes, Iced Coffee Kings. Apple Sauce, Okra & Tomato Jumbo
Creamed Corn,
Style Iced Raisin Nut
concerning' such should be directed to: HOSPITAL., ,.. 'DINNER-Xnlckerbocker: ,,Soup, Brownies.
Breaded
;., Veal Cuttets, Brown Gravy,

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Divine Woishif.8.h; Spanish Bettered'June"; Rice.Polonaise Peas, Sugar Cauliflower Cookies,

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 N4T1'C : wtth Nuts. College education for women is

Telephone 388-2755 JSANOWICH LINE-Sloppy Joes on futile. If they're pretty, it's un-
11 A.M. Bldg Hamburger Bun or Grilled Ham f&! i not it's
Divine Worship Cheese. necessary; ( they're. ,
.
. VOL., 29 NO. 2 APRIL 1, 1971 500 .inadequate.PAGE .
SUPPER-Beef Pot Pie with Biscuit




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USO Council Meets

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Jax'.Members of the USO last Friday night to honor FrankJ. of the Navy League, was electedas
Council of Jacksonville held their Brennan, vice president of the president, replacing RandallC.
annual meeting and awards Southeastern home office of the Berg.A .
d dinner here at the Officers' Club Prudential Life Insurance
Company of America.A former Navymen, Porter Is
iv. Family Night council member and former on the board of governors for the
president, Frank Brennan was Jacksonville Area Chamber of
/"' chairman of the Jacksonville Commerce, the board of directors
Goes 'Western1Jax'Western
"...,". Crusade of Mercy and helped for the Episcopal Child
raise$.300,0001ast year-the first Day Care Center and tne
Night'will be the time the United Fund Campaignhas American Red Cross. lie is also
theme fro the April 19th family collected more than 2 million active in local Boy Scout ac
night supper at Galley One. The dollars in donations. tivities.
menu will includeCream of New officers of the USO council
Potato Soup,Steamship Round of were installed at the meeting, Guest speaker for the annual
Beef,Snowflake Potatoes, Brown with 28 officers retaining their event was RAdm. Kenneth R. ",
Gravy, Buttered Spinach Cream former posts.Rodman Wheeler, Supply Corps, commander !
Style Corn, Hot Pan, Rolls, NAS Porter, president of of Naval Supply System :'
Jax Salad Bar, Dessert Bar, the Atlantic National Bank in Command and Chief of the
Western Fruit Punch and Jacksonville and vice president! Supply Corps.
Assorted Soft Drinks.
All enlisted personnel are .. .,/&...',,,.a. -"'___m..__ .__ t _
welcome to bring their families J
and guests to the meal. Reservations
'\:'\": should be placed no later
than April 15 by calling Ext. 3373or
NEW CUSTOM- ATCS Houfo presents plaque of appreciation to 3257.
his wife expressing his gratitude for the assistance she has rendered Family night prices are as t
during his 20.year navy career Chief Houle was recently piped over follows: enlisted personnel on
the side during a retirement ceremony at the VP-16 headquarters in comrats-55 cents; adult guests-
Hangar 1000. He plans to stay in the Jacksonville area with his family now that he has retired.SHOP L :


Officers' Wives Host DinnerJax <} yfr


The VP 45 Officers' deployment to Sigonella, Sicily making the dinner.arrangements. E p s B, z
Wives Club gave a steak dinner The dinner was held at the Reservationswere
March.27 to formally welcome Orange Park Holiday Inn and taken by Janice Long and
home the officers of Patrol was coordinated by Maurene Sandy Nelson headed the committee
Squadron 45 from their recent McArdle,. with Joyce Muench making name tags and ,, :
place cards.
The after dinner skit featured
WHERE THE: an 'Academy Awards' theme, :
and appropriate presentationswere
made to the officers and
their wives for memorable !tOne

happenings on both sides of the L
Atlantic during the Sigonella .
deployment The 'awards' skit
was written by Jean Leshko and
,1) Lynn Means.At .
...Shop SIMMONS SAVEI the conclusion of the eveningCdr. ---
S. J. McArdle, VP-45 of the most beautiful of the many Glamour-lcers Is Miami's
U.S.D.A. CHOICE MEATS commanding officer, received a Lucille Carpenter,who is also assistant show director is charge of her
MEATS CUTS FOR FREEZERSOld pelican mascot from the Officers' fellow skaters. With her 48 companions she'll be seen with HOLIDAYON I
Wives. ICE when the skating spectacular come to JAX COLISEUM from
Fashion Over The Counter Retail Market April 21 thru April 25.H040 .

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and stationed at
through the enlisted ranks, to his Department
Field
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Retired with 30 years' service. ft j LCdr. Wilson 'Will' Crone of Retired with 30 years' service.

Warrant Officer Shrum has the -. I i VA-82 retired April 1, completing Will reside in Jacksonville area
unique distinction of holding both R.H. Weir a naval career extending over a LCDR Charles Vedral with wife and one daughter.
enlisted rank as well as junior Retired with 30 years' service. thirty year span. Throughout histea Served as Leading Chief of the
officer rank during his tenure in Will reside in Jacksonville a I I tenure in the Navy, LCdr. Cronei Retired with 30 years' service.. Weapons Department and
the Navy. Enlisting in the Navyas with his wife. LCdr. Weir serve advanced from airman tor Will reside In Jacksonville area stationed at Naval Air Station,
a seaman he applied for the at AMD facility at Naval AL Lieutenant Commander and with wife and four children. Cecil Field, from 1969 to Wl.S0t. .

Aviation Officer Program and Station Cecil Field.pY served in such divers duty Served as Assistant Weapons _, ___ _
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became a junior grade officer but stations as Trinidad, Australia, Officer and stationed at Naval
was In an aircraft accident and 1FtEA the South China Sea, the Air Station,Cecil Field, from 1968
was discharged from the service Mediterranean as well as many to 1971.

after the war. Two years later O M", otben. .
Officer Shrum -
Warrant came
back into the Navy once again as Ci9 I
a seaman and worked his way It
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PACIFIC INTERNATIONALHAS SERVICEMEN J>O.UU double occupancy FACTORY l':

ENDED BEDWETTINGFOR Entertainment nltely, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at Blser's Seafood TRAINED
Restaurant, 2SO Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic MECHANICS ;
HUNDREDS OF Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking :
..Mm[ mlli J I.ng:
THOUSANDS IN THE PAST

TWENTY YEARS E j I 2649835

When children discover that a playmate 6 -- aILE'f INLET MARINESales

wets his bed, the result can be merciless 1
MOTOR HOTEL & ServiceHwy
teasing"and serious psychological
problems. The entire family can be ef s 901 Main Street Phone 3SS-3744 17 Orange Park

fected. The cost and work of taking care Within walking distance to all point of interest .
of a bedwettlng child can cause friction
and Irritability among parents.It .
Is quite possible that your child will
EVENTUALLY outgrow bedwettlng, but
: what happens until that time comes? Right now, you're only 10 minutes away
\ Medical authorities have stated that a

j bedwettlng child feels that he Is a ,t from Jacksonville's biggest
apartment bargain
disgrace to his family. Statistics prove --
e that a bedwettlng child achieves below
A his real ability In school. And the child Is ;'
y embarrassed and ashamed.
But now, bedwettlng, when not caused by

) organic Safely. Permanently.defect or disease, can be ended. (Where the Good Life is Included in the rant)

\ Our method is endorsed by many doctors.
t No other method has proven more ef We have 4yesix( ) swimming pools. 0 Plus
,
e fective. Proof? We guarantee in writing. ,saNr4" shuffleboard and badminton Q with 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville, Fla.congeniai .
Phone 781-3818
young neighbors to
help enjoy them.
this for free booklet. Ic) .
Send
coupon ; \ o All only one block from golf and an >< "" RENTING HOURS:
EQUALLY EFFECTIVE FOR ADULTS PARED: TS' elementary school..with other schools, Shop. Mon. Thru Sat:8::30-6:30,' Sun. 1-6:30:
ping centers and boating minutes away You 1 "
"'M.i.MoT p aTmc'lnternationaT"1f ;; ----- Vr-iissvi can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air Station r DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt Blvd.
-- --1 y 1 turn right on San Juan-Continue past
10 minutes down
I "In ; orj":Jacksonville In 15. 'f
0. Box 1142 Orlando, Fla. 32102 : ;Q Apartments have : i Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
Individually controlled ; ..-turn left to
I JOJ-444-2050 I ...heating d.afr conditioning,, carpeting, ,., :.., apartments.
I Parents .draperiel,:'artCTstlaing glass door to courtyard ,T -
I Name MIlIt.ryActlve: Q Retired O I .*0f biUoay 0 And you move Into a 1 or 2'a :" ;
\ I bedrooms-apartment today Furnljhed! or un #Q ARLEN
I Address I furnished. .w... ,
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(Must be 4 or older) .
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Junior Officer Detailers ,1!


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Will Lecture at NAS Today j


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Jax-A team of detallers from The team's Jax intinerary will Hangar 1000.Friday .
the aviation lieutenant commander be as follows: Thursday, April 8-
and junior officer detail 8:30: a.m. VP-45 ready room, April 9-8:30: a.m. VW-4
section will visit NAS Jackson- Hangar 1000; 11 a.m. NAS ready room,Hangar 123; 11 a.m.
t ville today and tomorrow.The commanding officer (visit only) CFAW-11 (visit only) Building 1;
purpose of this visit is to Building 1; 11:45: a.m. Jax area ComFairJax (visit only) Building
contact the maximum number of officers' wives, Officers Club; 1; 1:30: p.m. all other activities,
r officers, preferably in an in- 1:30: p.m. VP-16 ready room, VP auditorium Hangar 1000. .
formal atmosphere In unit 4
spaces, for group presentationsand I
discussions. !
Topics to be discussed include J

officer assignment procedures, r. (
.r fitness report interpretation, t
rotation plan management, {
promotion opportunity, aviation !
command selection, augmen-
tation, education programs,

TEEN CLUB SUPPoRTERS..YN1 F. D.Anderson,president of the preference card submission, a .
I Acey. Ducey Club Advisory Board presents a.check for,$100 to NAS proposals currently under con- .
Teen Club Sponsor PTCM R.A. Amcll.:,contribution will go.toward sideration which directly affect .
developing more activities for Teen Club members. officer personnel. J
Following each presentation, ) : -I\1/\ /

Local Teen personal interviews will be -
Dependents available for all officers,

I especially those who will be ,r \
rotating within the next year.
Invited Join ClubJax
to During the team's visit here, a
presentation for local area of-
AU military dependents presented a donation of$100 from ficer's wives will be conducted.The "What's he got that I haven't got?"

between the ages of 13 and 19 are the Acey Ducey Club. An ad- wives briefings will be II
invited to join the NAS Jax Teen ditional $100 was received from similar to the command .A
Club which meets once each weekat the CPO Club Advisory board. briefings. Past visits have provento '
the Hospital Gator Den. The club also acquired a new ping be informative and advantageous WESTSIDE iJEffia ,t
Meeting activities include pong table which was donated by to both the Individualand 1 ,
record hops, live band en- Capt. and Mrs. W. J. Pressler. the Navy, particulary in
tertainment, ping pong and Information concerning the those units where an interest has [|
assorted refreshments. All of the Teen Club may be obtained by been generated by the com- .irJ'L
club's gatherings are fully calling Club President Debbie manding officer.
chaperoned. Howard at 384-4777 Chief R. A. I'I"o4'jijiq1
Recently the Teen Club was Am ll, sponsor, at 389 0496. Dance Will 1371 I"I

AMSC Schedules Be Tomorrow s I I


Luncheon MeetingJax Club Jax-The will NAS host Jax a dance Teen Sedan ir; V1

tomorrow night at the ,
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: The Northeast Florida! management analysis.
Gator Den beginning at 8
chapter of the American Societyof Members and nonmemberswho
Military Comptrollers will holda are or have been actively p.m. Refreshments will be '
served and music will be iR84 ";?
luncheon meeting Tuesday at employed in these fields are -
11:30: at the NAS Officers Club. invited to attend the luncheon. provided by the Guiding. :i.v: y.i;:
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Military comptrollership as it Programs and study groups will Lights. Standard : : : ''r'2'Equipment

applies to ASMC includes the be planned for this year. Persons iri fields of financial and general attending' are requested to Admission price is $1.00
management, accounting, present ideas or subjects which for members and $1.25 for White w iltiirs W 6lcpvcr$ Nypn! carpels

finance, budgeting, program may be included.For guests. The dance will Front disc brakes t led glass

ming, reporting ':statistics, meeting reservations close at 11:30.We .
auditing, cost analysts\ andi1 phone 772 3216 or Ext. 3665.
JACK BUSH Genera I Mgr.says.

"These are RELIABLE BUYS1"

Trade Anything 71 DUSTE'340'V.8, Auto. trans., Power steering, Factory air, tinted
From Billie Goats to Battleships! glass,R&H. S2*7S
6 70 DODGE DART'SWINGER'. V.8, Auto trans., Power steering, R&H
Values! '
r ( WWT Vinyl roof. S237S
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70 OLDS FIS Door. Light Blue, like brand new condition. V 8, Auto
WHOLESALE trans., Power steering, R&H,WWT. $2J$S
EVERYONE 70 BUICK SKYLARK 2.Door Hardtop, Loaded! Factory air,tool 12"5
PRICE TO
:: T er' 70 CHEVY MALIBU 2.000r Hardtop, Fully Loaded, Factory a ir. WSOif
MUSTANG Factory air and loaded! $2450IJJ50
tf TOYOTA LAND CRUISER Wheel Drive, R&H.
OPEN "
EVERY | T'iA 7> SPECIAL DISCOUNTS if PLYMOUTH FURY III Door Hardtop, V.8, Auto. trans., Power
Steering, R&H WWT. lun
b : \!V 'to MILITARY and CIVIL SERVICE Personnel .
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DAY tf TOYOTA CORONA Door, Light yellow, speed trans. R&H.WWT

I 4 N iFiorlda'srtargest< ? ?24.. Wide Deafer if TOYOTA, COROLLA Door.. White, speed trans., Bucket seats sim,
SUNDAY ,32 $63rYit: ..a.Yit 2.1Y. .4a4w.wh4,G'M ( .v, i tinted glass, Heater WWT,Deluxe wheel covers. IHn 1
TIL 'P.M.SURPLUS. I l,,4' DATSUN STATION WAGON.4.Speed, R&H,WWT' Wf5
The OriginalSt. | if OPEL KADETTE FASTBACK.speed,Stereo,Vinyl roof SD7Sil
TOYOTA door Sedan,Auto trans., Radio Blue. Like Newt tllfSII
Johns Mobile Homes BUICK SKYLARK Door Sedan. Loaded! Including. Factory
GOODS air. *''M*
il DODGE MONACO Door Hardtop. Fully equipped, with Factory
Representing 27 Manufacturer air lun'
DISCOUNT STORE US HIGHWAY 17-GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA. il Nice.ENGLISH FORD. 4 Speed, R&H. 38.miles per gallon of gasl Real Ins

IOU5 Beach Bivd >? CALL 264.3301 (DIRECT JAX LINE) il PONTIAC Convertible. V.8, Factory air, Auto. trans., Power
steering, R&H,WWT. SI67S'
iT CHEVY BISCAYNE. Very low mileage,Yellow with vinyl roof, V.8,
Factory air,Auto trans, Power steering and brakes, R&H. Inn
i7 MUSTANG 2-DOOR HARDTOP. VI, speed on the floor, R&H.
S tS co ft4>errlSs Double sharp. "OSOi7
BlandingBoulevard MUSTANG. Yellow, 6 cylinder, Auto trans., air conditioned R&H,
House of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center WWT. WSi7
Phone 771 9223 VW KARMANN GHIA R&H. !'2f$
J' 44 VW FASTBACK R&H. WJ
Every FRIDAY Night is 44 BUICK SKYLARK. Vl, Air conditioned. Auto. trans. Power
Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT steering, Power Brakes, R&H. Fully loadedl! Low, low mileage. Was
SJJf' Now OnlyllOfS
Your choice ofChicken 44 ENGLISH FORD. R&H. S5f5
STEAK & 44 CHEVY II STATION WAGON. 4 cylinder, Auto trans., Air conditioned
R&H Low mileage, Double Sharp! S7f
179 79 4) CHEVY IMPALA. Hardtop V I,Auto. trans., Power steering,
Dumplings R&H- '"'

: ., NIGHT. Chopped: Steak SEE US TODAYI.

% Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables_ Bread and Butter WESTSIDE

LUNCH 11 AM tll2 PM INNER' PM tll8 PM 1310CA5SATAVE.

HOUSE OF QUALITY SERVICE
Watch For Our Luncheon Meal Special 39 cents Mon Thru Sat PHONE 389 4561



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for federal service: awards. Mrs. spent half of her day in "
Julia M. Johnson (Maggie), the repairing, rebuilding, M1.I ,"
Personnel Diary Section the ignition harness IJ
supervisor for the :Military such as the Corsair
Personnel Office, was awarded a Toward the end of the
20 year pin and a letter of appreciation got married and moved .I ., r
for 20 years of federal and returned to
service. Maggie worked
Mrs. Virgie Green, a clerk Korean War in 1951 as
.
typist in the NATTC Central trician. Because of ;IJ Ji.x
Office, received a letter of appreciation perience with electrical
for 15 years of federal she was put to
service. curriculum writing
Capt. John E. Kennedy, the AE School where she
commanding officer of NATTC, only put her typing
conducted Mrs. Johnson's but also her knowledge ; APPRECIATION. Virgin Green, clerk typist In
ceremony in her own office with trical systems.Mrs. Office, receives a Letter of Appreciation from
her co workers looking on. Johnson says the NATTC administrative officer.Employees.
Walter R. Rambo, NA TTC'. about two years to
administrative officer, conducted curriculum, but she
Mrs. Green's ceremony in her letter of commendation
office April 1. service. She held
Mrs. Johnson joined the positions in AE School
military force during World WarII moving to Military
when she went to work at the 1956. She has been the
Assembly and Repair Shop which Diary supervisor for Awards


I ANOTHER :
the last couple Superior Performance award
Air Rework along with Travis M. Hickox,
RING of ) presented airframes mechanic, and AlbertW.
I Superior Rutan also an airframes
cash awards for mechanic.
and a Superior Frank Spratlin, aircraft
award. engine mechanic, and Warren L.
Newson, aircraft Courson. airframes mechanic,
was presented both received the performanceaward.
W4im ward .
May 5 to June The Sustained Superior Per
formance award was also
U.S. 17 81.295 Jax By Pass So.of Engle, airframes presented to Wesley Wilbert, '
Anderson, sandblaster, Harold M., Palmer,
ALL THE SALAD were both foreman airframes mechanic;
Sustained Superior and Iva K. Cicero, supervisory,
YOU CAN MAKEOur 'It'1'award. Cyrus H. supply clerk.
controller, also The cash awards for
huge Salad Bar providesthe suggestions went to Harley 0.
greens and the dressings airframes WhittIrwin V. Hendelmanand
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for masterpiece.you to create your own the Sustained Alvin C. Cone..lfltO.forlBll.




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Ask For Itl 'EARLY BIRD 1971 PINTO TUDOR CC ENGINE, BUCKET
SEATS, VINYL TRIM.
4-SPEED TRANS-
: Above steak served Mon.thru Thu
MISSION, FLOOR MOUNTED SHIFT LEVER,
\ from 4:30 til 6:00p.m.
\ HEATER AND DEFROSTER..?
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wFILET MIGNON(5.10) : ( )
KING SIZE 16 ox.STEAK(5.60... )
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:TAifAKIN i ; ,PIZZA 4fl& SARGE & HANK

A ERNIE GROSE I ( ": TAKIOUTORDERS.DININOROOM ; KNOX ENCO SERYICENTER
s' :' PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE CUT STEAKS
1948 Blanding Boulevard
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INIUUNC!, PHONE 389-0338 I / PHONEt 388-9571 or 388-2423
=J "Pizzr. .
Automobile Insurance For Everyone OUR SPEaAUTYl -, Electronic Wheel Balancing

SAME DAY COVERAGESTATE l O' Sun Thgrs HOURS 4pm: II.30pm (.'o\\ Total Engine Performance
FARMMUTUAL 4 Friday 4pm 7.4Jam $ Analyzed Electronically
AUTOMOBILE _
Home Office: Bloomington,Illinois INSURANCE CO I .e Closed Tuesdays Saturday 4pm 12:4am
3619 Blending Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 S 4710 SAN JUAN AVENUE
I 552 CASSAT AVENUE

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59$thru 69s$250 8.up
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J;{::' ,TEXACO SERVICE* ". Darts, Falcons, SrrncoSANKAMEft :
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I a Ea'liil
PICKUP Ot DCUVKRV CARDWELCOME ,
: We have a complete line of'U-HAULS!) CARL B. JORDAN, RANDOLPH S.TRUITT HERE
(USN, Ret.)
4OOB BLANOINO. OLVP." ,." PHONE 771OOt3PHONE "'', il 'we: SELL THE BEST a SERVICE THE REST
'ft ." h L Orange Park Ph. 264-8661 Grant Plaza at 103rd '

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264-9206 I MONTHLY SPECIALI
WE CATER TO SERVICEMEN!

OFFICIAL.... STATE... VEHICLE... ...!.......$...INSPECTION......... SHRIMP or CHICKEN WE HELP ALL

Need Yowr Car Inspected l ALL YOU CAN EAT WE CAN FISHERS'

I I .. CYCLE SHOP
ForOnly. $1.29
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RED GREENE'S GARAGE ti I' Includes French Friel'I '1 .,+' q, 7, ROOT SALES
Four Miles South 0/NAS Highway 17.Orange Park Cole Slaw and Hush Puppies y Riding Mowers

Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors .I TOP HAT Lawn RototillersWe Mowers
Open 0800-1800 Monday thru Friday I
MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE I DRIVE IN ( repair all makes used cycles and cars)
I 2045 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHON E 38851., SU0103RD STREET

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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK r.I I i We Welcome BankAmerlcard & Master Charge "Your MooHome// Shopping Cenfer"
WEEKjOBtfBlfeBi VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR SPECIAL
i Includes All Labor, New.. Exhaust Valves, Gaskets
STREET FISH MARKET) I! ALL VW's i MUSIJfl9

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'If Swims, We Have It' tOMp $7995
FISHSHRIMPOYSTERSLOBSTERSCRABMEAT ; V 8
MOBILE HOMES
O Air Cond. Models I INC
IN SEASON t $10 Extra f 4118 PHILIPS HWY. 737-4366
Featuring Specially Prepared 100 Percent 6 Mo.or 6,000 Miles Guarantee I 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387.6489
,Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs ROOSEVELT MALL SERVICE CENTER Over ISO New & Used Mobile/ Homes .
6567103rd Street Phone 772-0981\ 435 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Phone! 317-7581 fo choose fromttiuniiftiiltii

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PHONElo
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JIM THORSBY'(USN Retired,) Mgr. .. JOSIE V. SERRANO:
Service \." 1.
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Tlm-Batteries-FroHf End Service f
HONEST COURTEOUS ..........,.........._,....................".........'....m.'n......... SERRANOPAINT
SERVICE i ,
RADIOS TVS' 1
We Aim Headlights Replace Bulbs I & BODY SHOP GO ING
And Windshield Wiper Blades FREE,ESTIMATES 0 RAKE W ..IKIIDmm. ,
Vj Mile South of Orange Park High

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QuicK MILITARY DISCOUNT 1 Brand New 1971 Models
Prices start at...
Specialist In Speed I ", e'.3695.( .

\J Equipment & Auto Parts \
Discount Center, "a ea\l
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JAX AIR NEWS-



Reorganization Underway


COMING WED APRIL 21 thru SUN APRIL 25 -

WASHINGTON -- A all air matters; Coordinator, and the responsibilities
reorganization is underway in the Establishment of additional of the Department of
Office of the Chief of Naval Reserve staffs within OPNAV, Defense Electromagnetic
Operations (OPNAV). reflecting the increased emphasis Comoatability Program.
As part of a continuing on the Reserves; Further reorganization is
program within both the Navy -. Assignment of greater planned within OPNAV, as part
and the Department of Defense to authority to the Director, Navy of the Navy's constant
streamline consolidate, and Program Planning, the CNO's reevaluation of Its programs and
.,
NitesWednesday reduce staffs, the objects of this principal assistant on all matters organizations.The .

& reorganization are greater efficiency connected with studies, analysis OPNAV changes are
Thursday 7:30 and the optimal use of programming, and budgeting considered an essential first step
p.m. funds and personnel within whatis and establishing under his to a review of other commands in
Friday 8:00: p.m. expected to be a smaller direction a new Fiscal Control the Washington area and even

Saturday 8:00: p.m. leaner, but even more effective Office by combining the present tually extending this review to
CNO Budget Office with other
Navy. the fleets and shore command
MatineesSaturday The changes Include: similar financial offices. headquarters.Any .
WORLD 2:30: Division of the Office of the The only personnel action
Deputy Chief of Naval Operations announced in connection with the reduction of military
FAMOUS Sunday 1:30 (Fleet Requirements and reorganization is the ap personnel or changes in

Sun. Eve. 5:30: Readiness) into two offices; that pointment of Vice Admiral assignments which result from
ICE of Deputy Chief of Naval Frederick A.Bardshar as head of this reorganization will be ac-
YOUTHS UNDER 16 Operations (Surface) and Deputy an office which combines the complished wherever possible
HALF PRICE Chief of Naval operations functions of the former Office of through normal attribution in
SPECTACULAR? (Submarines), in order to In- Tacticial Electromagnetic order to minimize any disruptiveeffect
Wed & Thurs. crease the emphasis and attentionto Coordinator the anti ship on servicemen and their

PRICES at 1:30: surface ship and submarine Missile Defense Program families.
matters;
ALL SEATSRESERVED Sat. at 2:30: Establishment of an Office Want Ads Pay
of Command Support Programs
Sun. at 5:30
(T.. lnclvd.d) : merging the offices of the present
Assistant Chief of Naval
ALL TICKETS NOW
$450, .$400 ON SALE AT COIL Operations (Intelligence) and
SEUM. JAX CIVIC Assistant Chief of Naval
$350.$300 AUOITOIIUM
HEMMING PARK Operations (Communicationsand
TICKET OFFICE J C. Cryptology) with TIIEu

$2'AVEI PENNEY GATEWAY CO.-MAY.C.h.nREGENCY. organizations concerned with .
reconnaissance and sur

a. .._&_._ and SPECIAL veillance;
-- IROWSEES WELCOMED
SERVICESI! yta
I -'I Establishment of an Office
fOR RESEIVA.
,,
.1\\ TIONS INFORMATION of Tactical Electromagnetic -Nautical Chart *OutrIggers Nautical Wear ._-
'h 1 L ON SFE.CIAI Programs, reflecting the belief of Pant( Fish Boxei ,t Bur gee Jacket r t
$1.00 Military DISCOUNT GROUP RATES Admiral HardwareSklls *Table Wear ivmiuos
Elmo R. Zumwalt chiefof
7:30 Performances,Wed.and Thur% CALL COLISEUM *Repair Material .Acce* orlc Other Goodies
M 50,$4,00,S3.50 Adult tickets only 354.2041 Naval Operations (CNO), that
'they key to naval warfare of the WET STORAGE-MARINE HOISTS-HULL SERVICE'YACHT BROKER
MAIL THIS COUPON FOR ,
CHOICE SEATS/ EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE-OUTBOARD. STERN-DRIVE INBOARD
-------- future lies in the utilization of SEE THE NEWEST BOATS MOTORS. CANOES and TRAILERS
Mek. Ch.cY Iar.bl. la =C.In.um-Mail 1. ,
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Ninety Years Navy Service End





During NA TTC RetirementsJax M 14 t .


f%SM ,
The boatswain's ,
sounded once more during pipe the Naval Air Stations at Norfolk, Squadron 21, several Naval Air
NATTC personnel inspection Barber's Point, and Cecil Field; Stations, the USS Siboney (CVE. "
on the Naval
March 31, and three familiar Air Maintenance 112)), the USS Okinawa (LPH 3),
Training Detachment in Mem- and the Fleet Composite
officers from NATTC
were piped phis the
; Naval Station in Squadron Five.
over the side after a total of 90 Langley
Point
Mr. Sekerak is The Wichita, Kan. native was
and 3 months of
years Naval
service. They were CWO 4 villle.presently residing in Jackson- in the Navy for more than 30

W. Johnson years. Ills most rememberedtours
Bryon CWO 4
Francis A. Sekerak and CWO 4 CWO 4 Leatherman, the of duty were on the USS
James V. Leatherman. training facilities aircraft Okinawa and at NATTC, becauseof
maintenance officer of NATTC, the
friendly shipmates and
Capt. John the E. Kennedy conducted .served tours of duty with Air Anti pleasant working conditions. He
retirement ----
Submarine Squadron Three, Is married to the former Miss
'j ceremonies and extended his Fleet Air Wing 15, Air Doris Craig and they reside in A PROUD MOMENT-Cpl.James E.Trtssler receives a shirt wlttt
1 warmest congratulations and Development One,Air Transport Jacksonville. sergeant chevrons from his wife, Janet, after a promotion and
j j sincere appreciation for the reenlistment ceremony officiated by Lt.Col. L. E. Blanchard,MATSO
honorable and faithful service II CO April 1. The 24 year old Marine Is the NCOIC of the MATSG Drill
these three men had given to .' .#0 ,:" ; Team and works In MATSG's AE liaison office. SOT. Tressler Is also a
their country. "h ," "" > > jl"i, '(:*,"f;thi7;( recent recipient of a meritorious mast and his first Good Conduct
;
Boatswain Johnson, .. : Medal.
assignedas ; .: ,. .. ., ,
first lieutenant maintenance \; 'I'I'. 14I 7'fI: +l jll ,
officer of NATTC, completed 30 t'"i" (I t
THIS AD WITH YOU
years of service. He came to : BRING

NATTC in June 1969 and recalls : 't'.>' '" "....,' '
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his most remembered tour of Mt. '
J., ,.j'i: ;"' #;G"" \ fl. FREE LUBE WITH
duty. It was when he was ., ...,. .. ". ; "f -
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stationed with the USS Medusa in ".;..".'::' '. .;t. \: .:,..' .''I'.,,
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: 1041. He is married to the former \_ I1 K>\ :,i OIL CHANGE & FILTEROil

Miss Jewel Sealey and they have .

three children Bill, Bryon and '.,
Kathy. They reside at >.\ Change '2
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Jacksonville Beach. ''' >
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Mr. Johnson plans to do some ;. :
fresh water fishing and work '/).,,'"'..). _i' i ,L Oil Change & Filter J6

independently with upholstery.He i 1 1'< I
claims the Navy life is a good ': "f ;t\ ,'< i LUBE SERVICE INCLUDES: Includes Port

career and any young man who is ': ; CHECK BATTERY WATER
'" ;
interested should go Navy! '' "" C"
CHECK BRAKE FLUID
CWO 4 Sekerak, a phase of ;; ,,'. \.. !,V'.Jti CHECK
POWER
> STEERING FLUID (If P-S.)
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ficer at the AE 'A' School here, ''''!)'' LUBE DOOR STRIKERS A HINGES
finished his active duty with a CHECK TRANSMISSION FLUID
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total of 30 years and 2 months. He CHECK DIFFERENTIAL GREASE

has been stationed on board the OFFICER PROMOTED Cdr. James E. Bonntr (r) Is CHECK TIRES
: USS Vincennes (CA42)), the USS congratulated by CVWR-20 Commanding Officer Cdr. Robert E. Holt CHECK EXHAUST SYSTEM

I I Coral Sea (CV-13)) .. with the following his promotion to his present rank. Cdr. ,Bonner is the CHECK SHOCKS
various helicopter squadrons, squadron's TAR officer. He is a native of Covington, Ga., and CHECK FOR WORN FRONT END PARTS
patrol squadrons and air an- currently! resides in Orange Park with his wife Mary Ann and their
ALL ABOVE PLUS TAX
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Project BOOST Aims to Raise



Minority Officer Percentage 4'ci 1 l lyl


Jax-Young enlisted men from the Navy and qualified civilian members of k

ethnic minority groups are now offered a special route to becoming com-
missioned officers through the Broadened Opportunities for Officer Selectionand

Training (BOOST) program.

BOOST is especially designedto above. The major percentage of those possessing high academic
help alleviate the uneven ratioof BOOST participants will be aptitudes. It is also open to
minority group line officers in active duty enlisted men. persons who have demonstrated
the Navy by providing ethnic Civilians may apply, however, superior abilities in coping with
members with a preparatory step and those accepted will be problems which are unique to
toward the Naval Academy, The enlisted in the Naval Reserve and their ethnic and racial groups
Navy Enlisted Scientific complete recruit training prior to and who display potential officer
Program (NESEP) or the Naval reporting to NAPS.Applicants qualifications.Navy .
Reserve Officer Training Corps for the BOOST personnel interested In yl W
(NROTC). program must be unmarried U.S. applying for the BOOST program .. ..___::---
Accepted BOOST candidateswill male citizens between the ages of should contact the NAS
be enrolled at the Naval 17 and 22. High school diplomasare Educational Services Office ONE MORE TIME Reenlisting for another six years, with 14
Academy Preparatory School desirable but not mandatory.The either In person at Building 200 or years of Marine Corps service behind him, SSgt. Royce G. Barry,
(NAPS) in Bainbridge, Md. for minimum rating set forth in by calling ext. 2596. Complete MARTD flight equipment NCOIC, accepts his third Honorable
two years of training which will the outlining BupersNote is E-4, details about the program are Discharge during a ceremony at the Marine Air reserve Training
enable them to successfully but this may be waived for contained in BupersNote 1500 of Detachment March 17. iLtCol. D. G. Ranney, detachment commander -
compete in one of the three officer March 10, 1971.Applications made the presentation.
NESEP candidates.
programs (mentioned to the BOOST
BOOST is not limited strictly to training unit for classes con- New Reserve Program I
MLS REALTORS vening August 15 must be sub-
..Acreage mitted no later than May 15. I
111, Trailer Homes Lot : HONDA Prospective candidates are Requires Less Active DutyJax
WYNNE REALTY OF urged to begin processing as soon
FLORIDA, Inc.S8955U MOTORS & CYCLES CO. as possible to ensure their applications -The Navy has announceda 18% for the regular program.
,' reach the Chief of
4949 BLANDINCTBLVD. new reserve enlistment Applicants for the modified
4653 HIGHWAY Ave PHONE 771-8244 Naval Personnel .before the program that requires only four program must live within
deadline. months active duty on a six year reasonable driving distance of
enlistment. Jacksonville or one of the Naval
Called the Modified 4 x 10 Air Reserve air lift pickup pointsat
Reserve Enlistment Program, it Miami, Tampa, West Palm
is designed to complement the Beach. The regular program
THRU SATURDAY, APRIL 10GIFT
NOW
existing regular program by limits this to Jacksonville only.
reducing or eliminating some of The modified program
the requirements A Comparisonis requires a minimum score of 42
as follows: on the General Classification
Age requirement for the Test while the regular program
IDEAALWAYS modified program are 17 to 21 reqular program requires a
years of age, as opposed to 17 to minimum of 48.

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I IB M IH
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY

Publisher CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


JAXAIRNEWS .,: Call: 388.2755 Movie Schedule /


NAS Jacksonville Ads Should be mailed to arrive not later than
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
LATWINGER I Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE ., publisher publiShed I is the Instructed following otherwise.week unless the Thursday April Sunday, April 11

: money order, for the full cost of the A ad check must be or NAS: 'DARBY O'GILL & THE NAS: 'SUNFLOWER' Color
re'elved i WITH the copy for the ad. LITTLE PEOPLE' Color comedy drama starring Sophia Loren and
starring Sean Connery and Janet Marcello Mastroianni. 'G' VG
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE Minimum charge (lines) $2.00 Munro. 'G' (90 mlns. ((101 mins.).

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) soc HOSPITAL: 'WUTHERING HOSPITAL : 'SEVEN

HEIGHTS' Color drama starring GOLDEN MEN'

-.l Anna Calder Marshall and Monday, April 12
Timothy Dalton. 'G' G (104 NAS: 'DAY THE HOT LINE

.-. r mans). GOT HOT' Color drama starring
EMPLOYMENT REAL ESTATE Friday,April 9 Charles Boyer, Robert Taylor
TRANSPORTATION ; NAS: 'THE LAST GRENADE' and George Chakeris. 'GP' G ((95

Color action adventure starring mins.)

RETIREDI) Stanley Baker, Honor Blackmanand HOSPITAL: 'SUNFLOWER'
If you need (6,000 $10,000 per year, CASH) 47 ENGLISH FORD Rafer Johnson. (95 mlns.). Tuesday,April 13
you'll get It WORKING this ad. We buy,sell,and trade equities Radio: and Heater, Extra Cleanl I $420
HOSPITAL: 'DARBY O'GILL NAS: 'TASTE TilE BLOOD OF
ASTRO MOTORS
sales lob In Jax
vertlslng and at the Louise T. Bailey
Beaches.9 AM til 6 PM,Mon. thru Frl. 771-3605 Broker 6566 Normandy Boulevard & TIlE LITTLE PEOPLE' DRACULA'Color horror starring
Workers (only) send resume to: Saturday, April 10 Christopher Lee and Geoffrey
Box M, 'HIDDEN WATERS' 1967 GALAXI E NAS: 'SEVEN GOLDEN MEN'Color Keen. 'GP' G (95 ,ins.).
HOLT PUBLISHING CO. Orlg. owner, loaded. 4 dr. hard top,
Black Creek, Canal action starring Rossano HOSPITAL: 'DAY TIlE HOTLINE
4747 San Juan Avenue or Lake lots sports sedan. 789.7346 after 5 p.m. .I
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 available. Excellent fishing, boating, Podesta and Philippe Leroy. 'G' GOT HOT'Wednesday
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also G (87 mins.). ,April 14
permanent home area. High, wooded 4STRIUMPH SPITFIRE
SERVICE WIVES lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake Convertible, Radio Heater. $790 HOSPITAL: 'THE LAST NAS: 'TROG' Color science
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 725-3992. ASTRO MOTORS GRENADE' .fiction starring Joan Crawford.
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or 6566 Normandy Boulevard

1022 Park Street, 3547888. 3 BR., 2 B.HOME, LR, DR FOR, &SALE Kltch. Break. CREDITUNION REPOSSESSIONS I VA FINA NCIN 5M...... ,:.... .............;rM :::9.=;::md.wEWANT' 3 .
GREATOPPORTUNITY fast rm. & den, Central Neat& Air. W-
W Carpet, Fenced Yd. Patio. 2212 W CHEVY NOVA V-l YOUR "BUSINESS)
Navy man with Fla. Real Estate '
License. Full or Part time. Jammes, 384-1571 Cond.307' CID$1695, 3spd. Floor,vinyl top. Exc.

Louise T. Bailey
Broker M RAMBLER STA. WAG.
J.. ', RENTALS Runs Good. Bad body. $100 30
771-3605 i.':,.;" ...., ....,.. ..;':.,'j..:"Jr :< $1500.00TO
Call Ron Rohrer MODELSTO OFF
NAVY WIVES Ext.2431 or 387.5622
Have you office skills? We need WE FINANCE .
stenos, typists, machine oprs. & clerksfor NEEDED HUSBAND IMMEDIATELY DEPLOYINGA CHOOSEFROM SERVICEMEN
long or short assignments. We pay
you to work In our customers' offices. military wife with 1 child to share 2 1970 OSSA MOTOCROSS A/VVV/VX/V
Kelly Girl BR. AC. Furn Apt. and utll.! (less than 250 cc. Ready to race. Contact HART
531 Fla. Nat'l.! Bank Bldg. $100 a mon.) Call 388.2755, Ask for Canaguler 388.6245.
f'hone 3540111An Ellen. Mobile Home Action Center
Equal Opportunity Employer 44 FALCON SPRINT
RECEIVED FOR ORDERS.SALE OR RENT Cash for Door, Hardtop, 6 cylinder, Stick, 10607 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD PHONE 721-1544
your
Heater
Radio and $30
OFFICE WORKER equity or let us rent your home. 1 Mile East of Regency Square
Part-tlme, Ideal for Navy wife, REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for ASTRO MOTORS
Normandy Blvd. area. fall Mrs. map or sales and rental list. Call 6566 Normandy Boulevard
Parman, 7860721. Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 2642411.
ORANGE PARK REALTY 67 VW
TEXACO MILITARY, FREE NOTARY Sunroof, radio, clean, 22,000 ml. 771. WESTSJBE
Experienced service station/ man.; 7523._
ORANGE PARK
Part-time, 6.10 p.m. weekdays. 8 a.m. 2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish
9 p.m. Sundays. Jernigan's Texaco. washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth LOTUS ELAN S.21'
4005 Blanding Blvd.men..ysanarwcrri'84a. Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. Webers, Mlchellns, Peco, AM-FM,
Soft top, Tonneau, Hard top, M.K
Becker, 2648082.
:eMecaF x t .xrao-y F .

MISCELLANEOUS. "d .."r '. ".__, '. .r irr. Air 2 Br.,Cond LR.,,Breakfast Parking Nook for ,2 Elec.cars Kit.off, White! 63 VW SUNROOF WO THREE-70 VW Sedans $19954Speed

street. Water, Garbage & Sewage ASTRO MOTORS Transmissions, Radio and Heater Choose your color
Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (plus
AKCGERMANSHEPARDPuppies. tax) 3872541. Weekends 3890744. 6566 Normandy Boulevard
Must sell. 14 weeks old, bred 69 VW Sedan $1795Air
for obedience. 354-7193 or 77M728.BEARADIOOR .
NEAR NAS& CECIL 67 CHEVELLE 55 Conditioned, Radio and Heater.
1 Bed. furn.apt. Swimming Pool. $65 a 2Dr. HT, V-8, 4spd., trans., R&H,
mo. Call 7710348. Very clean. Call after 5, 771.4658. 69 VW Sedan $1650Radio

TV ANNOUNCER and Heater.
Recorded message by leading announcer
355-2944.tells you how. Call any hour. MOBILE HOMES 68 VW Sedan $1395

Radio and Heater, Red with White Vinyl Top.
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape 10MINS.TOCECILFIELD 67 VW Sedan 'Glitterbug' $129:

players. At 'dealers cost to liquidate 2 Br. trailer, Carp, AC, Fenc. Lrg. lot, G Blue, Radio and Heater.
.ttock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. Patio & awning, adults perferred. No
pets, $110 a mon. 771-5932. 66 VW Sedan 'Glitterbug' $1195Brilliant

Auto CONDITIONING AC, Room units, Central SERVICE Units. MOBILE HOME ON RIVER Yellow, Radio and Heater
Repairs. Reasonable 2 BR. AC, Furnished Private dock,
Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. Adults. US 17, 12 ml. S. NAS Jax. Lot thn 69 Karmann Ghia $2075
388-5141 11, Rlvervlew Tr. Park, 1-2849747 4-Speed, Radio and Heater, Red!
4711 Palmer-Lake Shore $100 a mon. the tC
68 Karmann Ghia $1795

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Air Conditioned, 4-Speed, Radio and Heater, White.
Wilford's Fish Camp 2649707. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern a if edAds i
trailer and Apts. 3893007. 68 VW Fastback $1695

GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. I 4 speed, Radio and Heater.
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. 1969 Double Wide
Pick up & Delivery Available. MOBILE HOME 69 VW Squareback $1995Automatic
Grooming, Defining & Bathing. and large corner lot. Payments can be
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard assumed. 7711760. transmission- Radio and Heater. Beige, Extra Sharp)

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 .'...uu.ou..u..NaYYW .. .....m.nnm..N.NmJacksonville's
ACRES, FENCED
RENT-10
FOR
Edgewood Crt. 3890064.
12 x50 Marlette Mobile Home, Furnished Most
Stable for Horse, 15 minutes
CPO UNIFORMSLike from Cecil Field. Phone 744-5016. PHONE 388-2755 Complete Selectionof

new. 40 Reg. 35 waist, 2 Khaki, 1
white, top coat, accessories, S120 or It 7 EL CAR

separate. 264-6253- 2 BR. Mobile Home Phone 7721884. Used VW'sl


FLIGHT TRAINING ONE ACRE Most all & to choose from!
Com styles
VA & FFA approved course. MOBILE HOME LOTS FOR RENT years
mercial thru ATR. For Infor. call From Orange Park go 4 ml. south on I..'"'...............,..........u....,...._..._.._._....,............,..........._
Jerry Stewart 772-2823 or 2645887. U.S. 17 to State Rd. 220. Turn right, go .J
1 ml. to Canova Rd. Turn left, go to
FOR SALE fork In road. Lots are on left at fork.
Girls dresser, boys bureau,1 corner, 2 Inspect at your convenience Call 205- ..DEERSPRINGS WESTSIDE
end Call and 284-5238.coffee table All for 65.00 821-0945 for rental arrangements.- EStATES


Keystone Heights VOLKSWAGEN INC, .


Want Ads Work Wonders Mobile Homes 1150 Lqne Ave., So. Phone 781-5511 ..

Clyde W. Simpson & Co 0;>. i) Drtily 8 to H JO SrfturdAy I to SS

REALTOR 356-6849 U MJjly 1 to 4PM

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4 r' s. .th Two VP-45 Petty Officers : .


1 h I, w '' To Participate in NESEPJax

3
4 Fi rY. Robert F. Patterson Officer Candidate School at
r r and AW3 Joseph W. Whatley of Newport R.I.
w Patrol Squadron 45 have been ATN2 Patterson is a native of
{ .s+ a > t elected to NESEP (Navy Arkansas and joined VP-45 in
; AkI Enlisted Scientific Education February 1971. Just prior to that
lt', of; Program) by the Chief of Naval time he served a tour ,with
: ; Personnel. Helicopter Training Squadron
t \ ."Y' ,\f1:; .rL$8000__ Cdr. S.J. McArdle Jr., commanding Eight at Pensacola.AW3 .
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.""""< .r;.". -" officer of VP-45, Whatley started off his
congratulated the two men on Navy career with the Red Dar-
aA behalf of himself and the entire ters in Apri111r10.

squadron. -
f NESEP is a college training
program for outstanding petty
a 4 _officers on active duty which
ultimately leads to a commissionin
the unrestricted line of the
a y, Regular Navy. Petty Officers
Patterson and Whatley will begin
training at the NESEP t t
Preparatory School and then

lb move on to an uninterrupted, four

---'-'-- .----- .______u.._.__ year maximum college education
program which usually includes
: SUPER VRB The really big smiles belong to VP-4S's Denny L. Rowe and his wife Kathleen as summer sessions. Academic
II they receive a variable reenlistment bonus of $8,000 from VP-45 commanding officer Cdr. .5. J. majors which they may choose NESEP WINNERS VP-45 CO

McArdle. Congratulations! are mathematics, science and Cdr. S. J. McArdle congratulates
..1.I ..- engineering.. ATN2 Patterson and AW3
-....... Prior'' to commissioning, the Whatley for their selection to the
selectees must also complete 10 Navy Enlisted Scientific
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I the modification of a policy .
Utilize rate substitution in
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HIGH-MILEAGE TIRE of enlisted
reassignment per- shortages in allowance;
their advancement
sonnel subsequent to
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4-ply nylon cord commandershave activities having excess manning
been asked to reduce the rather than directing transfer of
extra-deep tread number of these transfers to an a particular individual;
absolute minimum ,and in ,each Attempt to make assignment
a CHIEF GOES ASHORE ATC case to use it only as a last in -the same geographical area;
$117 Thomas W. Lyons with his wife alternative.This If the transfer is absolutely

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50xl3 TUBELESS BLACKWALL AMD for the past year Chief well as the detrimental effect on Monitor such transfer,
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MARTD Marines Practice Rifle J


Marksmanshio Camp Blandine I

a vl
Jax-often proven in combat, "
rifle marksmanship can be an
important skill for a Marine,
regardless of age, rank or job
specialty. l
Last month the men of MART
positioned themselves on the 300-()(
meter line at Camp Blanding and
heard the familiar, 'ready on the
right-ready on the left'call of the

range officer.To ,
a few of the reservists-the '
jet mechanic, electronic
technician and office clerk alike-
marksmanship is fun and easy. rI
To others, hitting the 'bull' is not
FIRSTII255T$ "TJ Mn. Pat Mosman, ticket chairman for the so easy and the attempt is far
from fun.MARTD.
Jacksonville Wives Club May 8th luau,presents first ticket to
the annual affair to RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr.,commander had it easy, however,
Fleet i
Air Jacksonville.Mrs. Betty Andersenchairman fortheeventwas also .for there were none of the usual
on hand for the presentation. The luau will begin at 7 p.m. at the NAS pressures and tensions of
Jax O'Club on May 8. For information on tickets, contact Mrs. requalification. They fired only
Mosman at 771 .6134.Tickets will be$5 per person. 30 rounds for required
familiarization (FAM) with the
M-14 rifle. I IN THE BLACK-Giving credit when credit Is due Cpl. Marvin A
Former MCPON Praises Some of the men came off the Lee, a technician in MARTD's electronics shop,puts a spotter In the I
line proud and satisfied with their bull's eye during the rifle familiarization firing the detachment held at
Modernization scores.Others were not so proud, Camp Blanding in March.
of NavyEDITOR'S recalling how their rounds
chased the seemingly elusive the Individuals learned where
( NOTE: This article was written by Master Chief buil's-eye around the target and their marksmanship needed FRIENDLY, RELAXED
Gunner'Mate Delbert D. Black who retired from the Navy April 1. He seldom, if ever, hit it. polishing up. For MARTD it is QUIET ATMOSPHERE
was relieved as Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy by Master Even for those who enjoyed now 'Clear and lock all weapons' iiiiHiiimimiiimiiiiiiiiiMiMiiiiiiiHii;
Chief Aircraft Maintenance John D. Whittet.) shooting, the day wasn't all play. until the next firing. IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
WASHINGTON We must all .time.Changes are taking place in Someone had to work in the butts. CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
be aware that we are a military the Navy today which will bring Someone had to put up targets in CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
service and therefore an about a better Navy tomorrow for the air, put them down, mark the Take Your Baby CHURCHES AND
organization which is richly all its members. shot, put them up, disc: the score SHOPPING AREAS.
endowed in tradition. Our Our new Chief of Naval and wait for the next round to hit. .
predecessors have learned that Operations, Admiral Zumwalt, Rank and job title left no route of ... Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
certain ways of doing things are was the first to recognize a need escape from this detail.From the ., Turn South 2 Blocks
better than others. Usually, for change in certain areas. In his detachment commander down to to a SpecialistWE past Forrest High School
they've learned this 'the hard change of command speech last the most junior private, those
way.' June, the CNO stated be had two who were not up on the line firing MAINTAIN IT eJOLONIALR
Fortunately, we are still primary objectives at the outsetof were down in the butts workingthe WITH LOVING CARE
learning lessons through experience his tour of office. targets. TOM BUSH V.lbwll.1i ORE ST
search and discovery, One was to achieve a balance in Cool weather and all, it was a
and are not content with relyingon force levels in order to meet the beneficial day for MART The wagesReqettySquaw
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when it is nothing more than a the rewards of a Naval career. ,-
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PO'Chops 0 4

DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL ACTION ,.. A Kty West player spikes the ball past two defending Atlantic:League National League
Jacksonville players In action last Friday during the 6th Naval District Volleyball championship.
Good&Bad 27.5 .844
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rpsters to the Athletic Office by April 12 to be eligible for the coming GreenBackers 13.19 .406
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512.1.' San Juan at Niblick Bowling Registration Held National League
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Jax Qualifications for the Jax Navy Bowling teams who will I Radar 17 27.5 .844 who:
i:a.,2 and 3 BEDROOMS' participate in the Sixth Naval District Bowling Championship will beheld Hunters 24-8 .750 1. Injured his leg in the NBA
GARDEN TYPE APART. Tuesday,Thursday and Friday at toe station bowling center. Pin Benders 23-9 .719 finals
MENTS Two teams both women and men will be selected to bowl in the Ringers 19-13 .594 2. Sued baseball over the Reserve
INDIVIDUAL AIR CON. championship game to be held April 26'3 at NAB Pensacola. Tweets 19-13 .594 Clause
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DRAPES FURNISHED 140 for women, to be eligible for the 18- game qualifying roll off FlapJax 17.15 .531 4. Starred for Brazil as they
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LARGE. .SWIMMING. POOLS. Register now at the Athletic Office, Bldg. 3, or call Ext 3239. before Leprechauns 15-17 .438 5. Was ,voted the most value
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.. A W y 7. Won the U.S. Open Golf
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% scoring
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JAX AIR NEWS..LATWiNGER p' A'G'E 15

MATSGWin .". ....11..
LARRY CURRAN lofts the ball
over the out stretched hands of
two NAS Pensacola defenders
Pistol MatchJax during last Friday afternoon's
game In the district cham
The MATSG Rifle and pionship. Cecil F4M went on to
pistol Team received nine first beat Pensacola and Is continuingplay
place honors, two second place : HH this week in the Southeast
honors and one first place team Atlantic Regional In Norfolk. In
honor during rifle competition in play this week, Cecil Field has
the last two weeks of March.In beat COMEIGHT 15 11, 16 4;
the high power riflematches and COMTEN IS 3,15.0. If they
win In Norfolk they will play In
(.30 caliber) held at Fort Ben-
ning, Ga. on March 20 and 21, the coming All Navy Volleyball
MSgt Robert D. Pumphrey tournament at NAS Alameda,
captured three first place Calif.CAUGHT.
positions in NRA Sharpshooter
competition on the 200 yard slow
fire, 300 yard rapid fire and the H
600 yard slow fire competition. : j .;. & -
Other participants in the high _
power rifle matches were: Capt.
John H. Bower, GySgl Floyd W.
Alford, SSgt. James A. Fisher :
and Sgt. Parris D. Curry.On TYj. i T.z' \ S
March 25 and 26, the team
participated in the NRA National '

Mid .. Winter ChampionshipsSmall 0 .
( Bore .22 calibre) held at _
___ .
Tampa,Fla.Two Marines placed

high Alford in received these contests.first place GySgt.hi the Cecil Field Wins District TourneyWell

Sharpshooter Class in Aggregate
firing,while SSgt.David A. Shaw Cecil Field did it again. Larry Curran I pionship team? Hard work,
received first places in 50 and 100 The Cecil Field volleyball team Borl! Lyons I practice, skilled'' hands, endurance
yard firing (Sharpshooter) Class. brought top honors home with Walter Williams and a lot Of deter
SSgt Fisher and Sgt Curry also them after they won the Sixth Melvin Wurster ]mination.
participated in the matches.Six Naval District Tournament, held Phil Teague To all members of the championship
awards were captured in at NAS Jacksonville. Arnie Harris I team, congratulations tovatffast" me
the Gateway 500 High Power Playing for best record, Cecil Jack Severns j for a job well done and beat of
Rifle Match held in Jacksonvilleon compiled an 11.1 overall record to Ralph Keiffer luck in the future.
March 28. GySgt. Alford best all other teams. Their only Paul Seiden -- ---
finished in first place in the Slow loss was suffered at the hands of Tom McGuckincoachFrom
Fire Aggregate, Rapid Fire a good Key West team. By here, a combined team
Aggregate and in the Grand defeating Pensacola on the final made up of all the teams that
Aggregate (Sharpshooter Class.) day of play, Cecil kept their lost played the district tournamentwill
MSgt. Pumphrey received a record to one and easily won the then go on and play
second place in the Rapid Fire tournament. Had they lost they elsewhere in other tournamenti. ,IN THE
Aggregate (Sharpshooter Class) would have fallen into a tie with On the'All-Star'squad from Cecil ?
and Sgt Curry placed second in Key West. But, (as always) Cecil are Walter Williams. Larry
the Grand Aggregate (Master didn't lose and they came home Curran Ralph Keiffer, and the INFLATION
Class). Other members of the with the trophy in hand. Cecil Field coach, which incidentally
team that fired were: SSgt The men making up the is a civilian.
Fisher, McNulty and Shaw. championship team were: What made up the cham-
WE CAN HELPBALANCE
Two Win in !,;o -, .u. __._._ ,

Ladies Golf PlayJax PRiCES TO MU! THE

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