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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 15, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( 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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VOL. 29 'NO. 4 Published In The Interest Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida.' APRIL IS, 1971

It's that time of year again when many .__,u_ .. ..... .. -----=->>

Americans who are not already on the 'Bond Wagon'will '

have a chance to buy a share of America's future I .,,, \" & h4 I'
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during the annual Savings Bond Campaign here. ,:i!

Buying bonds is a safe, sure way to take stock in ,

America. They are symbolic of our country's strengthand

tangibly support the national economy. a1

The Navy's drive, which begins Monday and ends

June 18, will give Navymen and women an opportunityto

participate in the savings program. Many are

reminded that the best way to buy bonds is either by

allotment or through the Payroll Savings Program.

Each NAS activity will appoint a campaign chairmanto r
coordinate the bond drive at division levels. Arthur A. *

Slocumb of the NAS Service Information Office in Room

231 of Bldg. 1 is the bond officer and will have campaign ,
krT --1
information and materials available for division : -


chairman.Duval County has already begun its annual campaign T I X -

and has set this at
April 7, year's goal $11,210,000. -

LONG DISTANCE MADE EASY 'Pappy' Wallace, seated at his ham radio set at home, assists I
local serviceman in making long distance calls anywhere in the world by radio.
Public Works Navyman


Selected for Commission Ham Radio Operator Offers


Jax From grass cutter to industrical management at
officer candidate that's the Louisiana Tech,set his sights on Free Distance Calls
success story of AE3 Larry becoming an officer before he Long
Hilburn who is assigned with the joined the Navy in December
NAS Public Works Department 1969, however, he waited until
The 24.year.old former honor last October to apply. Upon being Jax-Many people rely on the telephone to put in a long distance call, but for
graduate of AE 'A' school here at selected last month, he extendedfor Roland 'Pappy' Wallace, a local amateur radio operator, ai. twist of the radio dialis
NATTC, has been accepted for 10 months and will now serve the easy way to get in touch with anyone in the world.A .
officer candidate school and will three years as an officer.
begin 22 weeks of training at The future officer sees his retired real estate broker Gitmo commands for his serviceto next morning. For his valuable
Newport, R. I. May 14. selection to DCS as a step in self who lives with his wife Francis at the men.However. assistance, Pappy was honoredby
When he graduates he expectsto improvement. Graduating as 4317 Habana Ave. in Jackson. Pappy does not limit the Guantanamo base com
become a line officer honorman from AE 'A' school in ville, Roland Walllace is knownas his service to personal calls. mander.To .
specializing either in com August he was assigned to Public 'Pappy by fellow ham Much of his work is devoted to date, Pappy has made more
munications or data processing.AE3 Works as an Airman grass cutter, operators and his call letters, calls of a health and welfare than 5,000 phone patches-twice
Hilburn native of West but also assumed duties driver be contacted from weather
a as WA4WTC, can nature including early as many as any net member-and
Monroe, La. and a graduate in and office clerk with CBU-410. anywhere in the world 24 hours a warning in case of hurricanes. has received numerous tributes
day on an international network. lie recalls the time when he from units and ships which
A ; ,'::7., ," tIIf- -..( He became a licensed operatorin and a fellow 'ham' in Charleston, receive his help.
.
't," ':;'I'..,':'" I "'" 7 1963 while living in the Panama S.C. teamed up on the air to find a r
:' .." Canal Zone with his son Roland, Navy brain surgeon to save the Pappy's dedication to his workis
,, also a ham operator. Since that life of a Guantanamo Navymanwho best summed up in his own
time he has made thousands of fell off his motorcyle and words to one thankful lady.'We
phone patches,simply by flippinga sustained head injuries. He consider radio a gift from the
4 4Fr switch that allows a person to radioed a rescue unit here at NAS man upstairs, and it is our
speak over a telephone line into Jax to fly a doctor to Cuba the pleasure to share it with others.'
his radio.
For the past eight years he has
,I extended this 'patch' service to
servicemen away from home and
welcomes anyone who wants to
make a call free of charge to
t contact him at 733-4255.
. Pappy is one of 700 ham
operators in Jacksonville and is a
member of the Guantanamo
Network, serving Guantanamo
Naval Base and seven
southeastern states. In 1964 he
.. -I.- took over all the Gitmo phone
-i:1 tS traffic and by the time the net- ,
f1 1i1 3 7
f
1 t
work was established he had
1 j.-' yY rz already run 1000 patches for _
',I military personnel stationed

4 'lI there. On that day, 'Pappy Day', t
.I he was honored by the com-
,1 manding officers of five major Receives Medal For Merit LCdr Ernest E. Wilson of AIMD, Is
'" ,4.I -.\ presented the Navy Commendation Medal by Capt. John Kincaid, I
I ;wbi''nIA station commanding officer.
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:- squadron Crewmen from of VP-60 NAS, a Glenview reserve, Two At AIMD Receive Navy Commendation Medalshanced.1 I

III., which arrived here Sundayfor
Two Navymen at the Aircraft Deployed with VA-12, Chief successful maintenance
annual week
two.
training
an
Intermediate Maintenance Eccleston was the maintenance A veteran of three Vietnam program.
cruise unload a shipment of Department here, who deployedfrom control chief and, as his citation tours, Chief Eccleston has served 'Ills comprehensive understanding
which arrived the next day.
cargo Cecil Field aboard the states, he was highly successfulin with several squadrons in the of the demanding
While here, the
will concentrate squadron crews ASW aircraft carrier USS Shangri La maintaining a high degree of Jacksonville area, primarily at requirements of combat flight
on
last year, have received Navy combat readiness within the Cecil Field, since 1960. lie was operations and the extraordinarymanner
readiness, flying their SP-2H
Commendation Medals for squadron during the demanding assigned here for his fourth tour in which he executed his
patrol aircraft in the area. The
meritorious achievement.LCdr. conditions imposed by combat in November 1970. duties contributed directly to the
new established reserve last November squadron with, Ernest E. Wilson, operations. LCdr. Wilson served with VA. ability of his squadron to exceedits
Cdr. R. A. Galbraith as com maintenance and material 'Through his broad technical 172 as maintenance and material assigned strike sorties,'
manding officer, has a com. control officer; and ATCS John knowledge of squadron aircraft control officer.In concluded the citation.
plement about 230 men and 12 M. Eccleston,avionics chief, both and his outstanding managerial his citation he was praised LCdr. Wilson was assignedhere
aircraft. VP-60 is a unit of served aboard the carrier from ability, the squadron's capabilityto for his igenuity, tact and out in February 1970. Prior to
Com Fair Res Wing Lant in Nor. April to November off the coast of meet its operational com standing performance in his tour in Vietnam he served
folk. Vietnam. mittments was greatly en- developing and maintaining a with VT-3 at Whiting Field.



"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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Pirates and the and his Ice Ice Ice Dark Children
Chantels Soul Entry

Cove Treatment .

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Mel Gaden Archie Leslie Tommy'c'
Aeey! -Ducey Cocktail and his and and the Week' of Hour
Hour Whatevers the Bar Beef Liver 4:30.6p.m.:
Club 7.9 p.m. Rhythm Fair Seminoles Whiskey
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CLUB HOURS Editorial


Pirates CPO Officers Acey.Ducey Support t

Cove Club Club Club Somebody CaresWhen

Monday thru Thur
11 am. to MIdnight Sunday thru Thursday Weekend FrIday & Saturday Your granddad was mustering out of the Army after 'The War To
Friday 11 a.m. to MidnIght 1 p.m. to 1:30: a.m. 11 a.m to 1 a.m. End All Wars' he was told that jobs would be tough to get and that

11 ..m. to 2 '.m. Friday & Saturday Weekdays Sunday there was security in the service. Nobody dared use his E-3 pay gradeas
an incentive to reenlist. The recruiters stressed travel
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11 a.m. to. 1 '.m. Noon to MIdnight and ex
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. citement.The first big pay raise he saw (if he stayed in) didn't happen
Sunday' Monday thru Thur Club until 1922 when E-3's began taking home$42 a month. That probably
9 I.m. to MIdnight '. 11 '.m. to Midnight made his own son laugh in the retelling.
Then,when dad was leaving the service In 1945 after his WWII duty,
the recruiters still weren't doing much crowing about the E-3 pay
grade of$66 monthly.Theypushed early retirement and a pension of
( half pay for 20 years of service and two-thirds pay for 30 years duty.
i-C But dad had a family aid he couldn't wait until master sergeant to
4 feed and house them adequately.After .
EllJllEEEu. Korea, recruits were leaving the service in embarrasssing
( 1 numbers. Still, there were many who might have chosen a military
t i iLL4) w career if they could have supported a family in their lower pay grade.
By the time 1970 arrived E-3 was making $180 per month, but when
weighed against the American economy it wasn't much better than
D I dad's or granddad's financial problems. However, the history of lower
L7 h grade pay neglect may end.

1"wtu. CatholicNAVALAIRSTATJON New concepts in defense have prompted the President to consider an
All Volunteer Force. He passed on his thoughts to Defense Secretary
Melvin Laird, who said:
'The most important step to be taken is to provide the funding which
Saturday Mass 5 P.M. Sunday the President has requested for the purpose of making military service
Mass 8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass more attractive and rewarding. Roughly, one billion dollars
Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday would be used to increase the pay of military personnel, including a 50
through Friday 11:30: A.M. percent increase'in basic pay at the entry level.

Saturday Confessions 10:30: There certainly will be some opposition. However, Assistant
11:15: A.M. Secretary of Defense Roger T. Kelley has stated, 'There is nothing
..-:;; NATTC inherently indecent about this kind of
special incentive nor is there any
S EDAU.I I SEE VOU HNAI.IY URNfQ 1t1 lM f ED tllUG tJf' !ll" Sunday Mass-9:30: A.M.Bldg.500 reason to believe that ({it) will have the effect of causing poor men to
Sunday fight wars. It is purely and simply a legitimate financial device to
Worship 10 A.M. draw people Into what has become and is today and unpopular ac
tivity.:

ProtestantNAVAL Furthermore,Secretary Kelley recently told a news conference that
pay increases recommended to the
Congress by the Defense Department
should be enacted whether they have the effect of producing an
OTAX AIR NEWS AIR STATION All-Volunteer Force or not.
His proposal is to provide substantial increases in basic pay rates
Sunday for first-term members, effective in May. Under that proposal l the E-
3 pay jumps from $180.90 per month to $244.20. All four lower pay
The JAX AIR NEWS ,Is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper Holy Communion : A.M. grades would receive a substantial increase.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Bldg. 750; Church School 9:15: When Mr. Kelley spoke of first termers he also included officers in
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a A.M. the grades 0-1 and 0-2, who would receive pay increases of 10 and 9
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Youth Worshipnursery( grade percent, respectively uder the proposal.
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS 9)) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship Other pay incentives propsed are increased quarters allowances for
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Service :: A.M. Bldg. 750; enlisted' members E-l to E-4, ranging up to $45 a month and a concept
'Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30: of enlistment bonuses aimed
or
primarily at those in combat areas.
3119. P.M. Bldg. 722; Senior Youth Many new changes in
life
military are happening right now and it is
.
Fellowship-1:30: P.M.
Bldg. 722. comforting to know that someone upstairs is aware of what many
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Tuesday civilians seem to have forgotten. As Mr. Kelley 'Military people
,
says
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, are people.:
creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Christian Science Service 7
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal P.M.
opportunities by an advertiser will result 'In the refusal to print Tuesday M s 6r&/
advertising' from that source"
Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 P.M.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Bldg. 750NAVAL -
concerning such should be directed to: HOSPITAL SAVE WITHU.S.SAVINGS

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY .

.," 4747 San Juan Telephone Ave., Jacksonville 388.2755 Fla., 32210 Divine Worship NATTC 10 a.m. \\E [ BONDS


I VOL. 29 NO. 4 APRIL I 15, 1971 '500 Divine Worship 11 A.M. Bldg. 4 i**.i


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Traffic .
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- ViolationsJaxThe



following is a reportof 1
motor vehicle accidents and
traffic violations for the period of
March 29-April 4.
Number of Accidents 4
This week 7.
This week a year ago 2.
Total accidents this year 71. ,
Total accidents through this --
Lt. Cltmmtr Lt. (| ) Simmons
| MSgt Duffy
period last 94.
year
Total number of days since last PUR ; I

cident injury in a motor vehicle ac- 19. Awards Medals Five Personnel

Number of days since an injury
last year at this time 29. Jax-Five personnel attached to the Fleet Intelligence high morale among presented the AchievementMedal
Number of ViolationsThis pilots and men during long, ar- for service'while attachedto
Center Europe (FICEUR) were presented medals by
'
duous
at-sea
week 52. periods. Attack Carrier Air Wing Five
Speeding 14. their CO, Capt. E.R. Sourbeer Jr., during a personnel MSgt Duffy received his embarked in USS Bon Homme

Reckless driving 2. inspection April 6. medal for superior professional Richard (CVA-31) as administrative
Going through stop sign 9. performance in the Republic of yeoman from May 2
Other Violations 27 Lt Everett D. Clemmer was operations in the Middle East Vietnam from Nov. 13, 1969 to to Oct 24, 1970 during combat
awarded the Joint Service Lt. (jg) Simmons cited '
Thirteen drivers appeared was for Oct. 1970. It was reported that he operations.
Commendation Medal for exceptionally 'meritorious achievement while
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon 'displayed outstanding initiativeand It was stated that'Petty Officer
meritorious service attached to Attack Squadron 12
April 8. Disposition of the perserverance despite the Turner displayed exceptional
from Nov. 1968. to Dec. 1970 while embarked in USS Shangri-la
included the following $ extremely adverse conditionsand foresight and competence in the
cases :
serving as Indications Center (CVS-38)) as air intelligence of-
Six lost driving and parking difficulties associated with a performance of his duties. His
aboard the station for watch officer on the staff of the ficer from April 11 to Nov. 5 1970 combat environment' serving as outstanding professionalism,
privileges
Commander in Chief, Atlantic. during combat operations. The
various technical intelligence officer- leadership and initiative helpedto
8 assignedto
periods were
;
lie was cited for 'displaying citation mentioned that his assistant intelligence officer coordinate five squadrons and
complete an eight-hour coursein
outstanding professional com- Initiative,creative ability and
remedial driving 4 received with the G-2 Section. four detachments into one ad-
; petance, initiative and resour- imagination played a vital role in YN2' Larry G. Turner was ministratively efficient unitWESTSIDE
suspensions; 1 was ere a war- cefulness which contributed
ning; 4 were dismissed; 14 were significantly to the accomplishments
fined (U.S.Commissioner); and 1 of the mission

was referred to commanding the Atlantic Command. 'Through
officer for possible disciplinaryaction. his of the
superior knowledge
command's area of respon- _:: \
Four drivers. were assessed 12 sibility, analysis of developing i e .
traffic points.Worldwide situations and handling of In- 8\05.
telligence programs,' his citation \5 a 9 c
sales by -Navy \\8\\ benk OU
reads, 'Lt Clemmer increasedthe "0\0 P '{ ..' ;
Exchanges for fiscal year 1970 effectiveness of the center end rOr-
Gen etGS
totalled $770.8 million. t y
and provided valuable Intelligence (00\ o \ \

CLIPPER/ 'VERLINE/ Navy Achievement support.' Medalswere Pdd\g 8 ht"o \-08\ Y 0pY Q '. GPnd i
e\e\tQN
CRAFT presented to Marine Maj. ro
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MERCRUISER Noel W. Spencer Jr., Reserve Lt. \((\ $ '

STERNDRIVES (ejg) Herbert T. Simmons, MSgt. 'tJ M ? ,
Patrick E. Duffy and YN2 Larry \,
Ii MERCURYOUTBOARDS G. Turner. \
honored 'for
Maj. Spencer was
:Z1 : ) ( professional achievement in the \

EXPERT superior performance of his ,
REPAIR duties while serving as head,
SHOP tI Amphibious Warfare Division, tr

FAcTORY TRAINED Naval Operations Department at
MECHANICS :::1 FICEUR from Aug. 22, 1969 to
: Jan. 31, 1971. His superb per-
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264.9835 period was instrumental in
promoting new and improved
INLET MARINE programs throughout the Am-
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Girl Scout Troop 4

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Cecil..On April 3rd at 7:00 contact Mrs. Lois Larson, the
p.m., the Cecil Field Girl Scout troop leader at extension 8359 or
troop number 47 held its In- Mrs. Barbara Natewore,
vestiture at the Fellowship Hall assistant troop leader at extension
in the Base chapel 8332.
There were 20 girls who participated *
in the ceremony of
which 13 entered the world of girl
scouting for the first time.
Families and friends of the Tii.i
girls attended the ceremony and ::
afterward everyone enjoyed the
refreshments that were served. .
Girls who are from the ages of jTopsl
9-12 or who are grades 4-6 are _
living on base are welcome to ,. Attack Carrier Air
join the troop. For further Information pRACDC II5HIH SAFETY! ...VA.",commanded by Cdr. R. B. Bristol,proudly display the new Wing

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Navy Raises :

lax News Briefs r Re-Up Standards ;,


_
1 WASHINGTON New
I1 I f renllstment standards in the area
V.I.P. LuncheonJax
of performance trial averageswill
soon be effective.
The Chief Petty Officers' Club will host its monthly VIP
The new requirements is that
Luncheon April 21 at 11 a.m. Guest speaker for the event will be ;
officers first class and
County Sheriff Dale Carson. y petty
During the luncheon, Sheriff Carson will present the club with a below must have a 3.0 average in
each trait in order to be eligiblefor
Boys lifetime Ranch.membership plaque from the Builders Club, Florida Sheriffs L y' rx'x + reenlistment. For men who

have less than eight years'
Veterans' continuous service, this will be
Exchange PrivilegesJax
f d effective July 1, 1971. For those

Veterans who are 100 percent disabled, their widows and with more than eight years of
continuous service the effective
,
dependents are now eligible for unlimited military exchange
" privileges, as the result of a special review of exchange and com- date will be July 1, 1972.

missary activities by a special subcommittee of the Committee on Requirements for an honorable
Armed Services, House of Representatives. discharge remain the same: a
Veterans in this category may now 'purchase cigarettes, beer and 1 minimum of 2.7 average overall
soft drinks at any Navy Exchange in the Jacksonville Complex with a minimum of 3.0 average in
providing they own a valid identification card. the trait of military behavior.

Project Transition LectureJax Minimum marks for
NEW MASTER GUNNERY SERGEANT Dewey L. Steward, a reenlistment eligibility and
recent addition to MATSG's Career Planning and Training Sections, honorable discharge for Chief
The Project Transition Site here will host a group of
receives the warrant to his new rank from Lt Col. L E. Blanchard, Petty Officers and above remainas
professional counselors from the Area Manpower Institute for the
MATSG CO. MGySgt. Steward checked In from Vietnam where he published in BUPERSINST
Development of Staff during the period April 26-30.
worked with H & MS 13 at Chu Lai, and HMM 364 at Marble 1626.7A.
The group will conduct lectures during that time in the specializedfields Mountain.
of Job Referral and Project Transition counseling. However,all ll .'
personnel directly associated with in depth counseling services are
invited to attend this seminar. Interested persons may make reservations 1 ss a 1 CEDAR HILLS /
to attend the seminar by calling the Project Transition Site at l
772 3272. +
New HoursJax COMMUNITY CAR WASHWILSON
Candlelight Sailor's Father: 'And where is
my son?' AND BLANDING BLVD. PH. 771.9983
The Candlelight Restaurant, Bldg. 808 near the Hospitalis MAA: 'A.W.O.L.' .
announcing new services and hours.The following is now in effect: Father: 'What do you mean by e"lr! ;;b"JJs"p. :.. 'I
PJ
Luncheon servedMonday through Friday from 11 to 2 p.m. that?' ;'VJ.'OYih..V: >> > i
Customers may eat from the buffet for$1.45 or select their meal from MAA: After Women or liquor.' R *''. iD..,
the a-la-carte menu.Friday and Saturday dinner is available from 5 to
8 p.m.and dancing is from 8 to midnight. FREE a Full Service Car Wash +
the features Steak with choice t Car Interior Vacuumed
Every Friday Candlelight Night Teacher: 'What's the twain?' q ;
cooked to taste the outdoor The restaurant is Ash-Trays Cleaned +
steaks
your on grill. ( .0.
Willie: 'The twain is sumpin )
closed Sundays except for the 19th Hole Lounge which is open from .0 .Windows Cleaned
that runs on a twack. ..
9:30: a.m. to 6 p.m.For catering or reservations call 772-2936. i. WAS H Inside And Out /
0, o Exterior Completly

Warrant OfficersPromoted GovuHMMt PtrsoM l Mutual I awith- 15 Gal. .0 .White Washed Walls Scrubbed

% 6 Under New Management
Under 15 Gal I. '
FasterWASHINGTONThe g : >
Lift Insurant Co.palY"pecfalflt 'r.::S
r if | prorated 59 and 39 :::t"We Honor Most Major

NaVy has In service to the military'JACKSONVILLE CREbIT CARDS"USN
,
advanced another step to Z.T. CROSS,
recognize high performanceamong REPRESENTATIVES!: rr ( RET.) Manager ,&* OPEN 86
its personnel. The latest J tfttf
RICHARDSONCdr. :
JIM DAYS WEEK
affects warrant officer tf} riTliiil'fZj\
promotions.A USN (Ret.)
two-year early, 15 percent- 11659 Jonathan Rd.
below-zone selection to the Jacksonville 32225

grades of W-3 and W-4 has been Tel: 7246833jiflui1
established. This procedure will
now allow an officer who is early

selected to be promoted two ...........................................
earlier than previously <<
years << ANNIVERSARY :
established. Sf
Those early selected twice in 1

succession will be eligible for i SELLABRA'TIN1"a
temporary promotion to W-4 a
after six years total warrant -
service. if j
selected will be $995 if '
Officers early \
:
66 Dodge Monaco if ::
in addition to the due course \ ...
selectees.The 4-Door, Hardtop, Air&Power, t,

67 Mustang Hardtop $895 1
Navy Exchange Program
Automatic, Radio Heater
encourages the employment and
training of disadvantaged youths. 67 Falcon Station Wagon. $795
The Navy Exchange is in contact 4-Door,Radio Heater
with the regional offices of $795
67 Chevrolet Van
Civilian Manpower and Equal

Opportunity Councils in an effortto 64 Chrysler New Yorker $695
assist the underprivileged of
4-Door,Hardtop, Loaded

our...;...;':nation." .....,:.... ..:., :........, 67 Falcon 4-Door $550 GREMLIN 1 911

...... for
/ 66 English Ford $395
STATION WAGON VERSATILITY[fOR I FUN OBHSIKtSS

lll0uanqJIa.'l 64 Valiant Tudor $380 .
a Folding Rter Stet and Lift up Tell Ge"
.4 Cyllngtr Engln..Economy about 23 M.PG.
63 Ford Galaxle $350 Syncro.mwh ntmltilon..Floor or Column Mounted
( / 2-Door Hardtop a Curb

; 61 Rambler Station Wagon $168 I

SALE
5821 San Juan at Niblick 1'8'99 +

Phone 3844406c@29 PLENTY OF CARS FROM$195 TO$995 PRICE
LITTLE OR NO DOWN PAYMENT NEEDED MOST. i

1,2 and 3 BEDROOMS
APART- NO GIMMICKS..LOW BANK FINANCING +

e INDIVIDUAL MENTS GARDEN TYPE AIR CON- OYGE*SMITH: USED' CARS SALE ORTATIONTRANS Pt.us SOUTDSIDEAMERICAN 1

DITIONING AND HEATING TAX
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IfII Combat Artist Visits Jax




To Revise Art CollectionJaxAmong



i which the military uses to record the highlights
methods
the many for the aesthetic flavor it contributes to
of its missions, art stands out distinctly

the world of combat. and
artillary officer
.it,! Marine Capt. Leonard H. capacity combat artist.of At that time he
It Dermott, a Class III Reservist responsible for
with the was directly
stationed
IIi. temporarily North Vietnamese
documenting
Barracks, Is a
Marine
DemilitarizedZone
i.'I in the
his activities
, professional artist who during which earned him
service
contributed ,a
years of active duty Medal with
r nearly 150 works of art to the the Bronze Star
rs device.
s Marine Corps Combat Art combat When Capt. Dermott returned ,.
hereis -
4 Collection. Ills assignment
he was assignedto
from Vietnam,
advise the current
to the Combat Art Collection
changeover of collection subjects Marine
at Headquarters
from wartime to peacetime.Born Section his ac-
and raised in Florida, the Corps where honored
captain was introduced to art by complishments were
13. with a Navy CommendationMedal ._
his grandmother when he was JiI "-'--- -
Later he conducted formal presentation.One Capt. Dermott

studies at Pnncipia College in of 31 Armed participatingin Forces former Woman Marine, make
currently
.t Elsah, 111., where he graduatedwith members the Marine Corps Combat Art their home in Bar Harbor, Maine,
a BA degree in fine arts. Dermott was.the where he operates an art gallery
Capt.
p.1.. "..-t ."! ;.;..1'.lJ": ':" '.,;r,;,, Following his education where he he Program first military artist ever assignedto and paints. His works have ap-
traveled to Europe with the Space peared in the Armed Forces
ISLAND ATMOSPHERE-Gstting In the spirit for the May I luau at spent portions of two years NASA. His duty exhibition at the Smithsonian
the Officers Club, Officers' Wives Club members Betty Andersen II I), conducting independent study Association was to provide ar- Institute and In the first and
the
for recovery
Pat Huber and Pat Mosman don their Hawaiian garb and start and painting.In tistic coverage aboardthe second all-Marine art in Vietman
preparing for the event. The luau will commence at 7 p.m. and admission Nov. 1965 he joined the of the Apollo 9 space craft exhibit circulated by the
will be SS per person. For information on tickets or reservations Marine Corps and servedan 11 USS Guadalcanal.
and his wife, a Smithsonian.
phone Pat Mosman at 771-6 U6. month Vietnam tour in the dual Capt. Dermott


RANKAMERICARD-AMERICAIEXPRESS.STANDARD Instructor Wins Speech- AwardJax I


OILtMASTERCHARCC Credit Cards Honored S lr AEC James F. Mc- There were originally 58 stationed with VQ-2 in Rota,

,.... Namara used a bit of 'dog students In the competition and Spain before he reported to
MAll psychology' and won the they were narrowed down to six NATTC In Jan. 1969.
ROOSEVELT speaking competition at the Chief finalists. The students were Chief McNamara likes the
Petty Officer's Academy in permitted to select their own Navy and when he isn't busy
Pensacola. topics. Chief McNamara selected Instructing, you'll find him near
car wash QMC Thomas G.Shuebrook, an 'Dog Psychology' and was the water with CW02 JI. A.
instructor at the academy, surprisedwhen he was chosen the Johnson. They are the proud
presented him with the speech winner. owners of a 20 foot sail boat.BORROW .
award plaque during graduation After five weeks of leadership
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY ceremonies. This award is training at the academy, Chief
HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30 PMTj presented to the graduate adjudged McNamara returned to NATTC
the winner of the effective where he is presently an Instructor
speaking competition which is In Phase VI at the AE 'A' OPT05600
part of the Academy's School. He has been in the Navy

I curriculum. for 15 years and was previously ONlCAll

J .,.
ARRANGES (TALL

Home Cooked Meals :

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-: ;S,: :.,... ", .-=- ...NOW BEING SERVED i Amount Monthly Month lo' Total ot percentage Annual
j at loan' i nyinenl' reply payment rate

_.. From 11:30: to 3 $84.3013.00 24 $12000 36.50%
1"1' v',I? 0 Also SEAFOOD and 391.29 23.00 24 552.00 35.50%
;. 599.97 34.40 24 25.60 32.75%
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A La Carte
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Open Sundays 1 to 11 one for the money

The Complete Travel CardGetaway DINNERS PREPARED TO TAKE OUTI 40 356-0735 W. Monroe St.

CATFISH SPECIAL Every Night $1.25 5256 Beach Blvd.
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GAME ROOMS. POOL TABLES.PLENTY Or PARKING 396-2895
4721 San Juan .
.l yl TOM & SUE'S 384.2314
1436 Edgewood Ave W
RESTAURANT 764-2583

w 1107 Highway 17 Orange Park, Ph.264-9155
dy 66 Buick LeSabre $895Full

Power and Air.


YAMAHA 66 Mustang $795

tutu i yum The ...15 OUR BUSINESS. 6 Cylinder Stick.

NEW OUR ONLY BUSINESS!
650 CC
You can charge all your travel expenses' to your Touring Twin 68 LTD $1295Like
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US FOR COMPLETE DETAILS' '

AIRLINETICKET I 64 English Ford $195

4 Station Wagon.
OFFICE WE SWAP-TRADE.SELL

(JAMTO) Good Used VW's For Cycles

3 Locations; to Serve Your New or Used Cycles For VW's

NAS JAX: Bldg. 13 Main Gate Ext. 2449 or 337.2811 BUZARDMOTORS
A HRS: 0145.1800 Mon. thru Fri 0900.1300 Sat. YAMAHA SOUTH
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0800-1500 14521 BEACH BLVD. PHONE 246.1465
MAYPORT: Building 24, Hhone 246-5427 V2 Mile West of IntercoastaI I Waterway
't 0800 1630 Monday thru Friday SERVICE PARTS ACCESSORIES 2144 BLANDING BLVD.

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A ] ERNIE GROSE ;. ( V.' PREMIUM TAKE OUTORDERJ-OININO ROOM ". KNOX( ENCO SERVICENTER
s BEER-CHOICE CUT STEAKS
1948 Blandlng Boulevard 4' ITALIAN SANDWICHES-SPAGHETTI {.j
INIUUNCCI PHONE 389-0338 f PHONE! 988.9571 or 388.2423
"PIZZA". ,
Automobile Insurance For Everyone OUR SPECIALITY) 'I Electronic Wheel Balancing

SAME DAY COVERAGE 444 Sun. Thurs HOURS, 4pm 11.30pm = ( : Total Engine Performance
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE 5' Friday 4pm I2.aSam raj- Analyzed Electronically
INSURANCE
CO. t Closed Tuesdays Saturday .
Home Office: Bloomington,IllinoisIMpNiClit 4pm U:4)am:
3619 Blending Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 S. 4710 SAN JUAN AVENUE
I 552 CASSAT AVENUE

r ( l!';". U.K..lt.\ : T ,fi "is J IQ4'1PXi.i ..,t..... E .".,",.,,'.,,::. "b'\>" "' '..",_'nI _l Ilt .

; ;" .:'"'.:,,'> .. .0 J John C. Calhoun/ USN (R.,.) ,""ONI 77'. O'
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.;"'r. JERNIGAN'STEXACO 49 Sales I Service
:}';> 59s thru 69s$250&up
Opels,Mercedes,Chevs, RCA ZENITH COLOR BLACK A WHITE
SERVICE: Darts,Falcons, SrtNCO"W :
: .: AU.MECHANICAL WORK GUAR4NTUD Sport Cars
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;: & PICKUP 6 DEUVERYWe '" t:. BA KAMH ARO
r have a complete line of U-HAULS! CARL B. JORDAN, RANDOLPH S.TRUITT, WELCOME HERE
;: 4OO8' (USN, Ret.)
; BLANQtNO BLVD.PHONE r PHONE 77t.99t3 ;. *IU.THE BEET A. CVICC THE KMT1'
Orange Park Ph.
264-8661
Grant Plaza at 103rd

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OFFICIAL STATE 264.9206 .I SHRIMir S WE CATER TO SERVICEMEN!
VEHICLE- INSPECTION i or CHICKEN WE HELP ALL ""

Need Your r Car ? I WE CAN FISHERSCYCLE I
Inspected? I ALL YOU CAN EAT ..

l'J For Onl ... $1.29 ( SHOP
RED GREENE'S GARAGE j .II,
Include French Fries 7 ROOT SALES
Four Miles South o/NAS-Highway 17.Orange Park ::1 Cote Slaw and Hush Puppies i ; 4 Riding( MowersLawn
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors I TOP HAT Mowers
Rototlllers
Open 0800-1800 Monday thru Friday
MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE I I DRIVE IN (We repair all makes used cycles and cars)
2045 BLANDING. BOULEVARD PHONE 388-9553 8160103RD STREET

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OPEN 7 PAYS A WEEK I We Welcome BankAmerlcard & Master Charge "Your Mobile// Home Shopping Cenfer"
VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR SPECIAL
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Includes All Labor, New Exhaust Valves, Gaskets > .
|!03rJ STREET FISH MARKET! ALL VW's ; NustlJnf .
HBHW PP* tE i
I' Q r st
'If It Swims.( We Have It' I IoM E .r $7995
FISHSHRIMPOYSTERSLOBSTER Vp
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U MOBILE HOMES
-CRABMEAT 1i0 Air Condo Models me
IN SEASON < $10 Extra I 737-4366
I 4118 PHILIPS I HWY.
Featuring Specially Prepared 100 Percent 6 Mo.or 61000 Miles Guarantee 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387-6489
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs : ROOSEVELT MALL SERVICE CENTER 'II Over 150 New d Used Mobile// Homes .
6561103rd Street Phone 772-0981 t 4395 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Phone 3I7-.75I1 to choose from I
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BLANDING BOULEVARD ? 'restone P bI t 6 silo 1030 ST.
11T! PHONE 771-7233
OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION I J.I A L
JIM THORSBY (USN Retired,) Mgr Ne u11 111t(IIn Jose V. SERRANO
and Service
HONEST, COURTEOUS TiresBatterleRAJDIOSIVs'Iu!Irvin' ; Front End. !! SERRANOPAINT
SERVICE I t
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We Aim Headlights,Replace Bulbs 1 J
& BODY SHOP CO. ING.
And Windshield Wiper Blades I FREE, ESTIMATES ON BRAKE WORK I II ,
Vj Mile South of Orange Park High .
On Blanding (State Road 21)) Ii 1 .1IiJ71'TlmI' I BAKED ENAMEL .LACQUER LUCITE
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QUICK MILITARY DISCOUNT 111 *o1bt'e Brand New 1971 Models
Prices start at...
J Specialist In Speed 1e1TCu '3695.

Discount Center \J Equipment & Auto Parts aWe

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I Health Benefits SeasonIs I Civil T"""' Service News ]




Now More FreQuent .. .
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The 10-year-old( policy of the portunity referred to as an 'open Annuitants May Get RaiseThe

U.S. Civil Service Commission to season' was provided in

hold a health benefits 'open November 1969, the next under U. S. Civil Service If the increase occurs it will be secutive 3-month period plus 1
season' at least once every 3 current regulations must be Commission has determined that reflected in the July 1 checks of percent authorized by law in
years is about to be changed to an offered no later than November since the Consumer Price in annuitants whose annuity October 1969. .
open season once each year. The 1972. Under the new regulation, Index of 119.2 for January 1971 commencing date is on or before Under a circular of the Office of
change in policy follows a which first must be published in of of and
exceeds the adjusted index June 1,1971. The exact amount Management Budget issued
recently completed 8-month the Federal Register as proposedrule 115.7 for May 1970 by at least 3 annuity increase will be based on last year, 1967 was declared the
study of alternatives to the making, an 'open season'will standard reference
percentthe new CPI is sufficient the highest percentage increaseover base period
current policy.In be held November
15-30,1971, to set in motion the sequence the base month (May 1970 for general purpose index
announcing the change, and November 15-30 of each
year
which could lead to a cost of 115.7)) reached during a con- numbersthe
Chairman Robert E. Hampton of thereafter.
increase for civil service
the Civil Service Commissionsaid The most important advantageseen living
annuitants.If NASA Deadline Insurance
he believes that the new under the new system is thatit on
the CPI remains at 119.2 or
policy will 'be more responsive to permits more frequent adjustment I
for the months of
our employees' wishes yet of plans or options February higher and March 1971, an- Has Been Extended to April 23
preserve the financial integrity of because of premium and benefit
the health benefits program, changes in the 40 plans that nuities will be increased by at Jax The officers and directors applicant's age, a policy that
which can be seriously impaired participate in the program. Other least 4 percent beginning June 1. of the Jacksonville Naval Air pays from one to four thousand
if there is nothing to restrict dissatisfactions with the present Station Association have an- dollars is available for an $11
employees from upgrading their system that were noted in the served by a group-practice or nounced that the current in- annual premium.The .
health insurance whenever they Commission's study would be individual-practice plan for surance enrollment period has names of representativeshave
can anticipate medical ex- substantially lessened by the which they were not previously been extended to April 23. been listed in a letter from
eligible will not have to wait as of the the association vice
penses. certainty that adjustment wouldbe Civilian employees presidentthat
Under current regulations, possible within 1 year. For long as 3 years to take advantageof station should investigate the is currently posted on
Federal employees have had an example, an employee who loses their newly acquired quick-cash life insurance plan unofficial bulletin boards around
opportunity to enroll in the outside health insurance eligibility. Similarly, an em- now being offered. Depending on the station.
Federal Employees Health coverage when his (or her) ployee who joins a union that .
will be able to .
a plan
sponsors
Benefits program or to change spouse's private employment
their enrollments at least enroll in that plan within a
once terminates will be able to enrollin
every 3 years. Annuitants were the Federal program within a maximum time of 1 year.
generally given the same op- maximum of 1 year's time. During the open season to be
to their Also held in November, employeeswho
portunity change employees or annuitantswho
enrollments. Since the last are not enrolled will be ableto
op- move into a geographic area
1 enroll.


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17 & '1-295 Jax By Pass So. of Naval Air Station, Orange Park


ALL THE SALAD r.:

YOU CAN MAKE -


Our huge Salad Bar provides I t
the greens and the dressingsfor
< you to create your own
masterpiece. '

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*ALL THEDRAUGHT n r2 /

BEER r l ,
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..your
FAVORITECOCKTAIL 'YOU CAN DRINK

Foamy pitchers of draught
; beer. Have another, If you
I can. For those under 21 we ARE YOU IN
PLUS serve Birch Beer. THE MARKET

; A BONELESS N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK FOR A HARDTOP?

I I Every Volvo has six steel pillars supporting the roof.

s; : FOR4.5STA Each one is strong enough to hold up the weight of
ALL K the entire car.

Of course,this kind of strength isn't built into a
; Ask For Itl 'EARLY BIRD SPECIAL' Volvo just so it will hold up'a lot of cars.

r Above steak served Mon.thru Thurs. The Volvos we sell are built strong so they'll hold
from 4:30: til 6:00: p.m.for $395 up a lot of years.
j
Exactly how many we can't guarantee.But we do
i ADDITIONAL ENTRES: know that in Sweden Volvos driven of
< )FILET MIGNON(5.10) STEAK ft: LOBSTER TAILS ($5.50))... eleven years. are an average
4' KING SIZK16!; oz.STEAK($5.60))... BEEF BROCHETTE(3.75)... So
LOBSTER TAILS ($5.50))... CHAR.BROILED CHOP.SIRLOIN come in, look at our Volvos and decide if you're'
; STEAK ($3.50) honestly in the market for a hardtop.Or if what you
really want is a hard top.

WE SELL THE

VOLVO HARD TOP.



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r RING of FLAME RESTAURANTU.S.

'.World's; 17 and 1.295 Jax By Pass So.of Jax. [PARRISH VOLVO]
Naval Air Station,Orange Park

i OPEN MON.thru SAT. OPEN SUNDAY FROM P.M.TO 11 P.M.

f' FROM4:30: P.M.TO 10 P.M. Cocktails Served on Sundays LAURA at ORANGE 356.565APAGE
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I __ __ Shipping Over : A Popular NAS Pastime s I


IIIJHU4thI Three Others


Shipover Too


I Three more local
Navymen not pictured on
this page took the oath of
re enlistment recently.

a % If [ j Pulmano ADJ3 from Sisenando AOMD re-M. 74 _

enlisted for five
years,
;d'f: fT d which will extend his Navy

.I -. -... ,'. ,_.. 1-- J career to 16 years. His _.
"rf' shipover will enable him to
become an American
T' I citizen. Pulmano is from r-4

Tarlac, Phillipines. .,
.t CS2 Sipat Olaes from the P
i Commissioned Officer's :
Mess Closed and YN1
Robert D. Rudd from the
[ tt1rt NAS Military Personnel
Office re-enlisted for four
more '& a.
years.
THIS MAKES 20YNl George Shockley doesn't stand a chance 0;
getting out of this reenlistment as CW04 J.E. Stubbs swears in the LOFTY IDEAS ATI Carl F. Garner of AMD's avionics division
I Correction Center Confinement Office superintendent for the third The Navy Resale System Officeis apparently had lofty ideas about re-enlisting as he braves the cold
time. Shockley plans to transfer' to the Fleet Reserve when this testing a model stock plan for wind atop Hanger 1000 to recite the oath with Ens. John Vercher,
enlistment expires. destroyer type vessels. years.avionics officer. The eight year veteran re-enlisted for four more

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Burney recites the reenlistment '-
oath with Commander
Harry A. Hoover, executive of
ficer of VP-45 Burney has nine
years of service and he reenlisted -

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Man of QuarterJax

4 tlhir
David E. Schaff has
E! received the FICEUR Enlisted
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Man of the Quarter award for the
{ tint three months of 1971. The
award was presented April 7
during a personnel inspection by
Capt. E. R. Sourbeer Jr.,
FICEUR commanding officer.
Petty Officer Schaff earned the
award for exceptional service to
the Fleet Intelligence Center. Of
particular note was his creationof
: ) an intelligence file for the Air
$3i Operations Department. This

; task required great technical
expertise and close coordinationwith
analysts of the Air

Operations and Data Processing

Departments.In a letter nominating Schaff
I .TANGO Class Graduates for the title, Capt. Sourbeer

stated that his 'integrity, loyalty,
and high standard of personal

In a recent ceremony at the Naval Hospital chapel, 11 young ladies Patricia Kozak, Sandy Rehme, Trina Lotzla, Sally Sharp, Anita conduct set a most worthy
were cappod by the Junior Army Guild Organization. Hospital Landman, Jeannine Boutte, Charlene Sturm, Cdr. Hall, Cdr. example.
Commanding Of fleer Capt. C. W Lewis Jr., and Cdr. Anne Stelnocher Steinocher and Capt. Lewis. He praised Schaff's
presented the certificates,while Cdr. Lucy E. Hall presented the caps. grooming and military bearing,
Gathered around the celebration cake above are (L to Rh) Mrs. JANGO Pins were awarded to Misses Morris, White, Sharp and and said that his example helpedto
Robert Gillespy Jr., LCdr. Anna Duffy, Miss Berg, Turn bee Cutchen, Wilson, and Edith Evans received Gold Star pin for 1,000 hours. instill others with pride and
Karen Underwood, Stephanie White,Tammy Cutchen, Kathy Purcell I, Blue Chevronsfor 300 hours were presented to Misses Kozak, Land. respect for the Navy.
Sally Bond, Laura Reynolds, Denise Parker, Evans, Denise Morris, man, Lotzia and Underwood.


Wives Witness Creative ProgramMiss I


Jax-Members of the Navy Parker, guest speaker for The regular monthly business
wSTSRE! I1BNEWESTand Wives Club Jax 86 attended a the event, has traveled extensively meeting of Jax 86 was held Apri17at
Creative Wife Program April at in both the United Compton Hall with President
FINEST I the CPO Club. The program was States and Europe. She holds a Barbara Howard officiating. A
tjTrWVTA
c Jointly sponsored by the Officer's bachelor of science degree in new member, Patricia Murray,
AVENUE Wives, CPO Wives, Jax 86 and home economics from the was installed by candlelight by
I SALES AND SERVICE Marine Wives Clubs and was University of Maryland. Upon club Chaplain Mrs. Owen King,
specially designed to offer new graduation, she began a career and the club welcomed two
1971 > recipe ideas, household hints, by traveling as a home demon- guests: Jean Fischer and Sue
personal appearance tips and stration agent for the U.S. Taylor.
Gjrolla(I 1 / r entertaining suggestions for Department Agriculture. She Barbara Blevins was elected
ra military wives. later enriched her professionaland corresponding secretary to
Stdan Slides featuring international business experience as a replace Shirley Bame who is
til dishes made with convenience member of the Home Service leaving the club due to orders.At .
foods were shown, and free Staff of Washington Gas Light
samples and recipe booklets were Company and as an interior the meeting, club members
provided to all who attended. designer. Since joining this agreed to purchase a record''
1881 Special door prizes were also organization she has addressed player and ping pong table for the
awarded. thousands of military wives. NAS Jax Teen Clubs.


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Equipment ineludWWte

wall tires Wheeicoyers Nyioii'Cflrpety S'S en reC.erlas Standing Boulevard

Front disc brakes Tinted Qlass House of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center
Phone 7719223

Every FRIDAY Night is
PRICE SPECIALSOF Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT


THE WEEK STEAK 179 Chicken Your choice of&

70 DUSTER. '340 V 8, Auto. tran>., Factory air, Power Steering, tinted
glass R&H,WWT. S242S I Dumplings 79 e
70 CHEVY MALI BU.V.8,Auto trans.,Factory air, Power Steering and NIGHT
Brakes,Tinted glass R&H. 12797 Steak
70 BUICK SKYLARK. V 8, Auto. trans., Factory air, Power steering, Chopped
Tinted glass, R&H. $2810 % Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and ButterDINNER4PM
70 OPEL STATION WAGON.4 speed trans.,4 cylinder, Heater S1S50
LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM
til8 PAA
*TOYOTA COROLLA WAGON. speed, 4 cylinder, Tinted glass,
Heater 137S
4*TOYOTA CORONA 4 Door, Light Yellow, speed trans., R&H. Watch For Qwr Luncheon Meat Special)t cents Mon Thro Sit
WWT 13tS
*TOYOTA COROLLA 2-Door. White, speed trans., Bucket seats,
Tinted glass, Heater,WWT, Deluxe Wheel Covers. IMtS
4, DATSUN'510'Wagon.4-speed,4-cylinderR&H. 114tS r
4t OPEN KADETTFASTBACK.4-speedtrans. S137S
4, MUSTANG DOOR HARDTOP. V 8, Auto. trans., Factory air,
Powtr steering,Tinted glass,R&H. 12450 CORDON THOMPSON:JACKSONVILLE'SNO.
.t CHEVY CAMARO.speed (on.the.floor) V 8, R&H,WWT SI7SO4t ; 1 CHEVROLET DEALER
TOYOTA LAND CRUISER.4 wheel drive, R&H- 22SO
41 PLYMOUTH CUSTOM SUBURBAN. passenger Station Wagon.
Fully loaded with factory air. SI7SO
.. DODGE MONACO 4-DOOR HARDTOP. V.8, Auto trans., Factoryair I AMPROUD .. .
Power steering and brakes, Tinted glass, R&H. SIS7S 'c "
18 MERCURY.V 8,Auto trans., Factory air Tinted glass R&H. $1475 -<( '-'
M TOYOTA- SEDAN, Auto trans.,Tinted glass, R&H, .'t.. :V.-
WWT Q'd :
SUM 4 \' ";'
48 BUICK SKYLARK.4 Door Sedan Loaded! Including Factory air.

48 PONTIAC Convertible. V.8, Factory air, Auto. trans., Power WS I I Ito .' .
Steering,WWT.R&H. $1475 :' "
"Come and get 'em" SPECIALS! now be associated' with Jack. .r--'. ''

sonville's No 1 Chevy Dealer. I
.-:.' 48 ENGLISH FORD.Looks and runs like new $475 .0'ir'
47 WWT MUSTANG. Yellow cylinder, Auto. trans., air conditioned, R&H t7S, invite my many friends and cus "'r

47 VW KARMANN GHIA.Very Sportyl Runs perfect! $1225 S tomers to come by and get the
47 OLDS CUTLASS DOOR HARDTOP. Fully Loadedl..With! Factoryair. S ,
$1225 \ No.1 1 buy.
44 ENGLISH FORD Very Nlcel '4tS
SEEUSTODAYIWESTSIDE Says: John Eldridge
Salesman


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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY

Publisher I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

II Movie Schedule
Call 388-2755
JAX AIR NEWS : :

NAS Jacksonville Ads Should b* mailed to arrive not 'later than
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
LATW I IN G E R Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
published the following week unless the
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE
Publisher i' Instructed otherwise. A check or Thursday, April IS SHERLOCK HOLMES' Color
money order for the full cOlt of the ad must b. Robert
Stephensand
comedy starring
received WITH the copy for the ad.
NASA 'HELL IN THE Colin Blakely. 'GP' VG (125

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge (lines) $2.00 PACIFIC' Color drama starring mins.)

Jacksonville, FloridaEMPLOYMENT Per additional line ((4 words per line) SOt Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifune. HOSPITAL: 'ZEPPELIN'Monday

'G' E (103 mlns.)

HOSPITAL: 'TROG' Color ,April 19
f
science fiction starring Joan
Crawford and Michael Gough. NAS: 'I WALK TIlE LINE'
CASH!
W9 Double Wide
We buy,sell,and trade equities MOBILE HOME 'GP' E (91 mins.) Color drama starring Gregory
Louise T. Bailey and large corner lot. Payments can be Peck and Tuesday Weld. 'GP' G

771.3605 Broker assumed.7711760. Friday, April 16 (95 mins.)
-=- HOSPITAL: 'PRIVATE LIFE
NAVY WIVES
FOR RENT-10 ACRES, FENCED
Have you office skills? We need 'HIDDEN WATERS' 12 xSO Marlette Mobile Home, Furnished NAS: 'ADAM AT 6 A.M.' Color OF SHERLOCK HOLMES'
stenos, typists,machine oprs.& clerksfor Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Stable for Horse, 15 minutes drama starring Michael Pouglas
long or short assignments. We pay available. Excellent from Cecil Field. Phone 744 5016.JUSTISSTRAILERPARK .
fishing, boating and Lee Purcell 'GP' E (100 Tuesday, April 20
you to work In our customers' offices. swimming. Mobile Home area. Also
Kelly Girl permanent home area. High, wooded mins.)
531 Fla. Nat'l.! Bank Bldg. lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern HOSPITAL: 'HELL IN THE NAS: 'THE ILLUSTRATEDMAN'
Phone 354-0111 Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. trailer and Apts 389.3007.TRANSPORTATION'. PACIFIC' Color science fiction
An Equal Opportunity Employer starring Rod Steiger and Claire

'SERVICE WIVES FOR SALE Saturday,April 17 Bloom. 'GP'G (103 mins.)

2 BR, Mo. Home, 10x55 with 8x10
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS
expando. 9539 103rd Lot 15. HOSPITAL 'I WALK THE
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626. or NAS: 'ZEPPELIN' Color war :
1022 Park Street, 3547888. drama starring Elke Sommer LINE'

and Michael York. 'G' VG ((100
47 MG MIDGET
.
GREAT OPPORTUNITY : REtrALS :?: 786.1249 mins.) Wednesday,April 21
t f' : 1000.
; :f.J:
;
Navy man with Fla. Real Estate >< HOSPITAL: 'ADAM AT 6
License. Full or Part time. tJGHIA-CPE A.M.' NAS: 'HOMER' Color drama

Louise T. BaileyBroker R&H Clean $5fO starring Don Scardino and Tisa

77T-3605 NEEDED IMMEDIATELY ASTRO MOTORS Sunday,April 18 Farrow. 'GP' G (91 mins.)
HUSBAND DEPLOYINGA 6566 Normandy Blvd. HOSPITAL : 'THE
RETIREDIIf
need $8,000 $10,000 military wife with 1 child to share 2 MUST SELL NAS: 'PRIVATE LIFE OF ILLUSTRATED MAN'
you per year BR. AC. Furn Apt. and util. (less than '54 Plymouth. Ex. Cond. Runs Good.
....__.___
you'll get It WORKING this ad. oooo.ou.......
I I "
$100 a mon.) Call 388-2755, Ask for New Auto Trans. $200 or best offer
vertlslng sales fob In,Jax and at the
Ellen. Call 2648961.
Beaches.9 AM til 6 PM,Mon. thru Fri. Want Ads Work Wonders
Workers (only) send resume to: MUSTANG
Box M, FOR SALE OR RENT HT, V-8, R&H, Clean. Best offer.
HOLT PUBLISHING CO: RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your Chaplain Hubbard, Cecil Ext. 349 or
4747 SIn Juan Avenue equity or let us rent your home. 7714841.
Jacksonville, Fla.32210 REPORTING IN. Cal or drop by for
map or sales and rental list. Call ANGLIA WISTSIBE
HELPWANTEDDays Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. 2Dr. 4 Speed $390
$1.75 per hr. Gator Recking Co. ORANGE PARK REALTY ASTRO MOTORS
781.1369, call after 5 p.m. MILITARY FREE NOTARY 6566 Normandy Blvd.

MUST SELL
SECRETARYParttime. ORANGE PARK 1964 VW Sedan. Good running cond.
2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish 7718516.
Near NAS Ideal for Navy Interior Excel. $500
washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth
wife.Insurance Call: Don Underwriters.Faircloth. 388-7676 Continental AptS., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. FOR SALE OR TRADE THREE-70 VW Sedans $1995
1966 Yamaha,305cc. Trade for old car
or Flat 600. Call 771.3211 Ext. 589. Speed Transmissions, Radio and Heater. Choose your color
2 Br.,LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., Ledoux
Air Condo, Parking for 2 cars off 69 VW Sedan
MISCELLANEOUSANTIQUE street. Water, Garbage &. Sewage 63 FALCONRed $1795Air -.r.
Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (plus ,6 cyl Stick R&H $440 Conditioned, Radio and Heater.
tax) 387-2541. Weekends 3890744. ASTRO MOTORS
FURNITURE 6566 Normandy Blvd. 69 VW Sedan $1650

Spool Beds and dressing tables. Also MOBILE HOME ON RIVER FIBERGLASS COVERED Radio and Heater.
antique Victorian sofa. Craig 2702 2 BR. A-C Furnished, Private dock. RUNABOUT CRUISER
Stereo Cassat Recorder with matching Adults. US 17 12 mi. S. NAS Jax Lot 11 Ideal for fishermen or family boating. 68 VW Sedan $1395Radio
speakers. List $159.95 Like new Rivervlew Tr. Pk. 12849747. $100 35 HP Johnson Motor. Elec. Starterinc.
Will sacrifice $125.00 eV98948. month; Also trailer with new tires and and Heater, Rose Glow
lights. Call 387-4571) after 4:30: week.
PRIVATE TUTORING ORANGE PARK days. After 12 noon weekends. 67 VW Sedan 'Giitterbug' $1295Blue

Remedial Reading Teacher 10 years 3 BR House, Furn. 5 mins. to NAS, REPOSSESSIONS Radio and Heater.
experience. Using EDL equipment. Will rent to TAD Personnel or CREDIT UNION
EV9-8948 bachelors. 264.6884 1969 CHEVY NOVA V-8 66 VW Sedan 'Glitterbug' $1195Brilliant
'307' CI D, 3spd. Floor, vinyl top. Exc.
ORANGE PARK Cond. $1895 Yellow, Radio and Heater
BE A RADIO OR HOME FOR RENT FORD MUSTANGV8 '
TV ANNOUNCER 4 BR, 2 B, Den, 22,000 sq. ft. 1.2 year AT AC PS, PB, all extras. $1825 69 Karmann Ghia $2075 1
Recorded message by leading announcer lease. $275 per mo. 264-6167, Call Ron Rohrer Speed.. Radio and Heater Redl
tells you how. Call any hour., 387.5622
Ext. 2431 or
3552944. WE FINANCE 68 Karmann Ghia $1795Air

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS MOBILE HOMESNICE l''CHEVELLE Conditioned, Speed, Radio and Heater, White.
Consoles some with AAA-FM, tape 6 cyl AT,PB. Reverb, Exc. Cond. Call
Fastback
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Ron Rohrer 387.5622 Credit Union. 68 VW $1695

..stock. Full warrantyl I Phone 7710409. 4 speed, Radio and Heater.

SERVICEAuto 12 x 60,4 W8AMHURSTTRAILER BR,Unfurn. except Stove and HT,V.8,AT, R&H 44MALIBU sno '69 VW Squareback $1995Automatic
CONDITIONING
AIR $200 equity & assume ASTRO MOTORS
Refrlg.
AC, Room units, Central Units. payments. 771.6473.PRIVATE 6566 Normandy Blvd.CRITCHFIELDV.16). transmission, Radio and Heater. Beige, Extra Sharpl
Repairs. Reasonable
Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. LOT
TRAILER
67 VW Bus $1595
368-SU1 81x270 Water, Sewer, Garbage Fur 100 horse power mere. & trailer.
4711 Palmer Lake Shore nished. Close to Bases. Call 7717655. Cupped Crop, tach. USCG Equip. -Deluxe White R&H.

$1375. 772 0590. 69 VW Bus $2395Radio
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH ONE ACRE BOAT FOR SALE
Wilford's Fish Camp 2649707. MOBILE HOME LOTS FOR RENT Gator Trailer & 40 and Heater.
From Orange Park go 4 ml. south on 16' Fiberglass motor.with $750. 7815 JaguarDr. ........................ ''' ""'",n................
220. Turn right, go H. Evlnrude ;
U.S. 17 to State Rd.
GEORGE'S KENNELS 1 ml. to Canova Rd. Turn left, go to 771.8884. Jacksonville's Most
Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. fork in road. Lots are on left at fork.
Pick & Delivery Available. I NEED A RIDE
up Inspect at your convenience Call 205- Selectionof
Grooming, Defleaing & Bathing. 821.0945 for rental arrangements. To and from F.J.C. Cumb. Cam. next Complete
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard term (spring), Mon. thru Fri. I live In
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 ULTILITYTRAILER Orange Pk. Will pay. If Int. call 264-

Edgewood Crt. 3890064. 6 ft.x 4ft. X 4ft. Phone 771-7837 3009.NEW&USED Used VW'slMost

.
SEARS ROEBUCK all years & styles to choose from! -;

Riding Tractor. 7 horse engine 4 more ....It..............................................................".....II.....II.....II......It
attachments.1393 Best offer. 771-7397 or 772- !E PRICES TO ALL _


COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES WESTSIDE I
AKC Parti-color Females, 721.1680, FURNITURE & APPLIANCES

USED TV SETS
NEW &

[, NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES VOLKSWAGEN INC

REAL ESTATE NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS '"

AIR CONDITIONERS 1150 Lane Ave. So. Phone 781.5511Qpin
Mrs. t a.m. 1 p.m. Come In ft Browse ,

Daily ttto8 30 Saturday Ito SJ
SPACIOUS HOMEOn WESCONNET FURNITURE CO, I
Sunday i to 6 PM
huge fenced lot with trees. 3 BR 2
B, cool Fla. rm. util. & stor. rms. fair 53' WESCONNETT M0',0 .
walk to school & shopping. Conv to : w&C4
'+
Cecil or NAS. 772.8327. d'psv.



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t u 1 t Beware Deadly ChemicalsMore I
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than one eighth of all old medicines by flushing them
Americans died last year by down the drain. Rinse the container
swallowing poison 325 out of in water and then discard*.
2,500 were small children too Date all drugs when they are
young to read labels and of an age purchased and weed out leftovers
when they put anything Into their regularly,especially prescription
mouths, the American Red Cross drugs.
r4n has reported.The 8. Do not serve or eat foods
Red Cross has these that smell or look abnormal.
suggestions to help parents 9. Warn small children never
protect their children: to eat plants or berries they find.
rJ 1. Keep household productsand 10. After using insect poisons,
medicines out of reach of weed killers, solvents or
1&Q al children, preferably in a locked cleaning agents, close the con
closet or out of sight. tainer and place it out of a child's
t 2. Keep household products in reach.
the original containers never in r---------- ;
Op cups or soft drink bottles. PHONE 3..81131
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3. Store medicines separatelyfrom
food and beverage items. I.-
4. Avoid taking medicine in
:
N.a
the presence of children they (1L2
tend to imitate adults. I _
5. Do not refer to medicine as I \ 1240-1281 KINO IT I
'candy. JACKSONVILLE, FLA 32204WANTED
al _
6. Always turn on a light I I
before removing a medicine
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.u r s i
bottle from a shelf Read the : USED CAMERAS AND :
POSTHUMOUS AWARD Mrs. Patricia Thames (r), widow of Lt. James F. Thames, a SEAL label before taking it or giving it EQUIPMENT WE PAY
killed In Vietnam In January, admires one of seven posthumous awards to her late husband. The to another member of the family. STOP DOLLAR 388.8535 I
awards included a third Bronze Star,a second Purple Heart, a Combat Action Ribbon a PresidentialUnit 7. Clean out the medicine -
BRING THIS
AD WITH
Citation, a National Defense Service Medal, a Vietnam Service Medal with three bronze stars cabinet periodically. Get rid of ..I ----- -- -YOU--!..
and a Republic of Vietnam Campaign/ Medal. RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., Fleet Air Jacksonville
commander,presented the decorations to Lt.Thames'widow and his parents,Mr.and Mrs. Rexwood
Thames Sr. of Jacksonville Beach.


Marines Seek Progress, Not ChangeThe


Marine Corps according to Marine Corps,' he assured his Marines, to man our wings, and r M' y)4 i i M ,a
the nation's top Marine, Gen. listeners. 'It's true, we are all supporting units.
Leonard F. Chapman Jr., 'is not tradition minded. We understandthe To maintain the professional
going to change anything just for real and necessary strength quality of the Marine Corps,
the sake of change. derived from the proper application overall character as well as the
In a recent address in of tradition. quality of the Individual Marine,
Washington, D. C., the Marine 'If our training is traditionally General Chapman noted that
Corps Commandant asserted that tough,' he said, 'it is because the enlisted recruit training and
change does not always mean application of our purpose is initial officer training both

progress, and progress Is whatwe tough in combat, in being con shortened because of the per- : . .for
are seeking.'We stantly ready for combat. If our sonnel demands of Vietnam -
are not abandoning the old discipline is traditionally have been lengthened. Also he 197T.PINTO/ TUDOR. CC ENGINE, BUCKET
exacting, it is because disciplineis said, the Corps has more SEATS, VINYL TRIM, 4. SPEED TRANSMISSION .
the key to winning and sur schooling both Institutional and FLOOR MOUNTED SHIFT LEVER,
Take Your Baby' viving in battle. If we on-lhe-Job, for more senior HEATER AND DEFROSTER.....
traditionally demand pride in Marines commissioned and
personal appearance and unit noncommissioned officers.
, r. .... integrity, it is because pride 'After long years of hoping
1 gives strength, and we must be and planning, we have 1849FULL
to a SpecialistWE strong to serve our purpose. We established a Staff Non-
are building our new Corps in the commissioned Officers Academyat
MAINTAIN IT very best image of the old. Quantico.. It is an opportunityto
WITH LOVING CARE Gen. Chapman, discussing the reinforce our proven, experienced -
TOM BUSH Volkswagen Corps' efforts to improve a noncommissioned LL
traditional posture of readiness, officer corps into a breed of PRICENO
RUenI1IgftUJIR said that the Corps will not be big. doctrine trained professionals.'Of .
'We are aiming for an eventual course,' he added, civilian HIDDEN CHARGESI!
V850 Atlantic/ Blvd. tough, lean strength of 205,000 education is still the base of

professional training ... To meet
the technical demands of the

1970's, we are sending many of -
our officers,and even some of our PRICE INCLUDES N DuvaTSt"

staff noncommissioned officers, TAX,
9F1y to civilian institutions for advanced fE EEALER
MOTORS
and undergraduate PREppRATIONI _
schooling ... to study science, -- 1616 CASSAT
business management, and other Ph387-6541 1.--
useful educational programs.


Southern


Right now, you're only 10 minutes away


from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain,

Atlanta



1 4:35: pm departure. Standby fare (Where the Good Life is included in the rent)

only $15. Good connections to

St. Louis, Memphis. We have 6(yes six) swimming pools. 0 Plus ,A 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville, Fla. ,
shuffleboard and badminton. 0 With Phone: 781.3818
congenial young neighbors to help enjoy them. RENTING
W HOURS'o :
See your Base Airline Ticket Officeor All only one block from golf and, an : Mon. Thru Sat.:8:30-6:30':: : ; Sun 1.6:30:
elementary school-wlth other schools Shop.
call Southern at 757-2381. ping centers and boating minutes away You DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd.,
can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air Station i turn right on San Juan-Continue past
In 10 minutes; downtown Jacksonville In 15. I Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
D Apartments have Individually controlled : -turn left to apartments.
heating and air conditioning, carpeting, '4
b draperies and sliding glass door to courtyard' ,
or balcony. 0 And you move Into a 1 or 2 "
bedroom apartment today. Furnished or un .........'" Gt
x furnished. /fi \jRLEN

or n' FROM $1 20 r. ODGAFOEN
A APARTMENTS

SoIItllerll Airways JACKSONVILLE IS ARLEN COUNTRYOwned
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I Navy Wives Fashion Show Requirements AnnouncedFor


SEA VEY EligibilityWASHINGTON
,
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i 'C iIi/ In with the intent of the six
,: '/; ; : keeping -
year maximum sea tours announced by NAVOP Z-75, all
sea duty commencement dates (SDCDs) in this
SEAVEY have been advanced to at least October 1965.
jr2f All personnel should be able to determine when they

M will be assigned ashore by either checking their SDCDS,
r. .d, is in SEAVEY, or, for ratings under the centralized
t assignment control of the Chief of Naval Personnel
(CHNAVPERS), by checking the tour lengths publishedfor
their ratings Navy enlisted classifications (NECs)
in the transfer manual (TRANSMAN).
No obligated service for SEAVEY eligibility will be
isle; y.tlrIt's e required for first and second class petty officers who
; have 10 or more years of active duty (extensions of
enlistment included).
rr In the case of master, senior and chief petty officers,
I obligated service will continue to be required for
assignment to overseas duty (unless waived by
BUPERS), as well as in cases where obligated service is
required for assignment to courses of instruction or
special programs.
LJ Here is what's needed to qualify for transfer ashore

.. ... from Oct. 1971 to Jan. 1972 under SEAVEY B.71:
--- --- ---
--
-- The, right SDCD and obligated service to Sept. 73.
PEASANT HOT PANTS .. Exception to the obligated service qualification is made
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER Terrye Light of the Navy Wives COOL AND CRISP is the for certain first and second class petty officers
out in style with their Clubs of America, Jax 86 modelsa
step navy illusion given by Kay Wofford'sknit
and for personnel serving in one of the ratings listed
blue and white tops and white two. print hot pants peasant pantsuit. The neckline, front
pants. The mother daughter outfit at the clubhouse fashion and hems are trimed with below who need obligated service only to March 73 ((14
outfits worn by Geraldine and show March 31. The show was the colorful embroidery set off months). (Note: for SEAVEY B 71, the relaxed 14
Loretta Lamor are of knit fabrics highlight of the March NWCA with a self.tie belt. All the months obligated service for the ratings listed below
and washable. membership drive aboard the air fashions are available in the will be computed from the last transfer month to ensure
station.ooooooooooooooooOOOOOOR.
Jacksonville area. that personnel have at least 12 months on board shore

JUUUULJUULJULUJUULJIJUUUULJ, 000000000000000000000 station prior to becoming eligible for an early release
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IDEALLY LOCATED FOR through Jan.. 72. for personnel serving on toured sea .
CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. duty (types :3) and 4).
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, SPRING SALE Volunteers still needed for overseas duty. The Call for
CHURCHES AND SEAVEY eligible volunteers for overseas duty con-
SHOPPING AREAS: tinues. Interested personnel should check with their
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Take., Turn 103rd South to FirestoneRd. 2 Blocks BELMONT Now only... T"v/v/U Oct. or Nov. 71.

Past Forrest High School. d J Additional information is contained in BUPERSNOTE
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GOLF .....
League Bees 19-17.528 American League WEEKDAYS
Gems 19-17.528.
Hunters 28-8 .778 VR-50 18-18.500 NARTU 5-0 GALLEY NO. Ie Breakfatt4to7JO: a.m.; Dlnner-ll a.m. to 1 p.m. Supper-4
Pin Benders 27-9 .750 MarBar 1 17-19 .472 NAMTD 31.4Lt's to 5:30: p.m. Sandwich Ilna served at dinner only.
DlnneMI to 12:30
a.m. :
GALLEY NO. Ji Breakfast-5:30 to 7 a.m. p.mJSuppers
Radar 17 27-9 .750 +1 17.19 .472 FICEUR 3-1 to 4:13: p.m. Sandwich line open In Wings Sand*at dinner only.
RingersPin 23-13.639 Birds 15-21 .417 Weapons 3.2 WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
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Pals 20-16.556 Green Backers 14-22 .389 lIospital 2th-21,2 BOTH GALLEYS) Early BreakfasM:30: to 1:30: a.m.; Brunch 9:30: a.m. to

679thTweets 20-16.556 Blocks 131,2.221,2 .378 MARTD 2-2 12:30: p.m.; Supper-4 to 5:30: p.m.
COMRATS prices! Brtakfast-25 cents Dinner and Brunch-70 cents Supper.55.
19-17.528 Blue 12-24.333 MATSG 2-3 cents. The following menu Is served at both galleys.
FlapJax 19-17.528 Eagles 1 12-24.333 VP.16 1.3

Leprechauns 19-17 .528 Tumblers 10-26 .278 NARF 04PO Friday,April U Green Peas, Blueberry Pie.
ComFalrJax 1 17-19 .472 'Chops 0-4 BREAKFAST..Homlny Grits, Tuesday,April 20BREAKFAST..Cooked
Paid Folk 15-21 .417 Chilled Plums, Grilled French Toast Farina,
with Maple Syrup. Choice of Bacon or Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to
HangOvers 15-21 .417 Continental League Ham, Home Fried Potatoes, Creamed Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash, Soft-
Beer CansUnmentionables 13-23 .361 Dried Beef, Iced Twists.DINNEROyster Hard Cooked Eggs, Choice of Bacon,
11-25 .306 Hospital B 24-12.667 National League Stew, Deep Fat or Ham, Creamed Dried Beef, Jelly
Fried Perch or Baked Meat Loaf, Doughnuts.
.278
Kingpins 10-26 Wild Ones 21-11 .656
Tartar Sauce Brown Gravy, Baked DINNER-Cream of Tomato Soup,
Hospital C 5-31 .139 Seventy Wons 20-12 .625 VW-4 5-1 Macaroni with Tomato and Cheese, Chicken Cacciatore, Snowflake
Comm 20-12.625 VP-45 4-1 Boiled Pinto Beans, Buttered Brussels Potatoes, Hot Baking Powder
Atlantic League NATTC 21.15.583 AlrOps 3-1 Sprouts, Sweet Potato Pie. Biscuits, Cranberry Sauce, Okra &
Comm 41.15 SANDWICH LINE-Grllled Cheeseor Tomato Jumbo, Seasoned Green
Evildoers 18-14 .563
Grilled Hamburgers. Beans, Apricot Pie.
Good&Bad 30-6 .833 Cleaners 18-14 .563 AETU 2-2 SUPPER-Glnger Pot Roast or SANDWICH LINE-Slmmered
Alley Cats 26-10 .722 Trainers 20-16 .556 A-c Malnl 2-3 Beef, Natural Gravy, Franconla Frankfurters with Sauerkraut.
Jokers 24-12.667 Hard Hats 17-15 ;531 ComFairJax 1-2 Potatoes, Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered SUPPER-Baked Veal Loaf, Brown
FAW.ll 1.3SplitFinders June Peas, Banana Cake with Fluffy Gravy, Buttered Egg Noodles,
Pin Benders 22-14 .611
Quacks 19-17 .528 ,
Icing. Seasoned Greens Boiled Pinto Beans
Chokers 19th.1G% .541 15-17 .469 679th 11,2-3 Saturday,April 17BREAKFAST.Hominy Jello with Whipped Cream.
CPO' 16-20 .444 NavFin Off 1-4 Grits, Wednesday,April 21
MarBar 1-4 Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried
Eagles 2 15-21 .417 Order, Scrambled Eggs with Eggs to Order Minced Beef on Toast,
le Tars 13-19.406 Cheese, Choice of Luncheon Meat or Hash Browned Potatoes, Choice of
ob Lazy Timers 13-23 .361 Dear Editor, Pork Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans, Luncheon Meat, Pork Butts,
Side Winders 11-21 .344 This is to inform you oC Assorted Cake Doughnuts. Iced Clnammon Raisin Rolls.
an error in the April 1 BRUNCH-Frled Eggs to Order,Hot DINNER"Vegetable Soup, Pan
I-IS Roast Pork Sandwiches or Breakfast Roast of Pork Loin Brown Gravy,
edition or Jake's Err News
SpECI American League Meat, French Fried Potatoes Chilled Snowflaked Potatoes, Mashed Sweet
concerning 'a basketball Apple Sauce, Baked Beans, Glazed Potatoes, Apple Sauce, Seasoned
game between VP-45 Pilots Longiohns( Cherry Pie.SUPPERTomato Lima Beans, Buttered Corn on the
ComFalrJax2 26-10 722 and Mission Commanders Vegetable Soup, Cob.
E.Zephyrs 26-10 722 Barbecued Chicken Mashed SANDWICH LiNE-Grilled Cheeseor
R'.Raiders 25-11 694 (NFO's). The entire story Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Variety Meat Sandwich.
Molar Rollers ::649 was a sham as the Mission Carrots, Southern Style Greens, SUPPER-Beef Sukiyaki or Fried
231,2.121,2 Commanders were never Peach Shortcake with Whipped Liver and Onions, Steamed Rice,
Gold 22-14 611 in the The Mission Topping. Pickled Beets, Buttered June Peas,
Ney Bowlers 20-16 '556 game. Sunday,April"BREAKFASTHot Banana Cream Pie with Whipped
Commanders deviously Oatmeal Fried Topping.
-== SubMow-V 19-17 528
Us ::514 submitted the Incorrect Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes with Thursday,April 22BREAKFAST..Homlny
Let Consult You On All Hurricanes 18th.17th story In an effort to gain Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Grits,
Your Insurance Needs| AFEES 17-19 472 their Ham, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Iced Chilled Grapefruit, Fried Eggs to
some prestige despite
I Tweckers 15'h.201,2 432 Butterfly Rolls.BRUNCHFried. Order, Grilled Pineapple Hot Cakes
DENNISON Saw Bones 141,2.21th 405 failing efforts on the Eggs to Order, with Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or
basketball court. Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham. Bacon, Baked Pork and Beans, Iced
Insurance Agency Bees 14.22 389 Final score was Pilots 54 burgers, French Fried Potatoes, Butterfly Rolls.DINNERTomato.
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3813:) BLANDING BLVD. MarBar 2 131-221 378 Mission Commanders Baked Pork & Beans, Ices Snails, Rice Soup, Cold
48.
AMD 12'h.23th 351 Coconut Cream Pie.SUPPERCream Platter of Sliced Ham, Bologna,
Phone 771-7985 12-24 Thank you for allowing of Potato Soup, Salami, Luncheon Meat, Cheddar
Hospital 9-27' ::250 333 the victors their say Country Fried Steak, Brown Gravy, Cheese, Cold Potato Salad, Hot
Fumblers Whipped Potatoes Boiled Navy Baked Beans, Chilled Tomatoes,

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I Intramural Softball... Schedule i

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Monday April 19

I 5 p.m. Mackroth Field MARTD vs. FWF

7 p.m. Mackroth Field A-C Maint vs. NATTC
4 4eN 5 p.m. Enterprise Field VP-45 vs. FAETU

7 p.m. Enterprise Field Bees vs.' VP-16
5 p.m. Hospital Field ComFairJax vs. Hospital


) Tuesday,April 20
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5 p.m. Mackroth Field NARTU .vs. FICEUR
7 p.m. Mackroth Field Comm vs. DispensaryMar

S P-m. Enterprise Field MATSG vs.;', Bar
7 p.m. Enterprise Field AFEES vs." WeaponsVW4
5 p.m. Hospital Field 679th vs.

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RIFLE TEAM PRESENTS TROPHY Wednesday,April 21

Members of MATSG's Rifle Team present I trophy to Lt.'Col. L. E. 5 p.m. Mackroth Field VP-16 vs. A-C Maint
Blanchard, MATSG, CO, that was received after taking First Place 7 p.m. Mackroth Field Hospital vs. VP-45
Master Team in the Gateway 500 High Power Rifle Match, held In 5 p.m. Enterprise Field ComFairJax vs. Bees
Jacksonville on March 28. Three teams (including MATSG) par. 7 p.m. Enterprise Field FWF vat I' NATTC
ticipated in the competition. 5 p.m. Hospital Field FAETU vs. MARTD

Presenting the award areUrom( r to I) GySgt. Floyd W. Alford, Capt. ':':

John H. Bower, Sgt. Parris D. Curry and MSgt. Robert D. Pumphrey.!
Thursday,April 22

fax Sports ShortsJax 5 p.m. Mackroth Field Weapons vs. ,. Comm '4

7 p.m. Mackroth Field VW-4 vs. MATSG

Jax Navy golf team traveled to NAS Glynco Friday and 5 p.m. Enterprise Field 679th vs. AFEES
defeated their hosts 13Vi to 10Vi. 7 p.m. Enterprise Field FICEUR vs. Dispensary

Larry Gilliam FICEUR and John Mabannta of Senior BOO led the 5 p.m. Hospital Field MarBar vs. NARTU
winners. Low medalist went to Bill Little of Glynco who had a 74.

Tomorrow the Jax Navy team takes on Florida Junior College on the
Navy course. Tee-off time is 1:30: p.m. Golf WinnersJaxIn

Spring Golf Tourney Ends SaturdayJax Ladies Golf Associationplay

Tuesday, Ruth Bolin, Hildur
First round play in the spring cup golf tournament was Hart and Jean Heyworth were
completed last Saturday here at the NAS golf course. the winners. oO

Low net leaders are Gary Goettliker, 44; Lou Allrid, 47; and John Second flight winners are Jean P
Gaskins, 69. SchensterKati Nichols and Lil

Low gross leaders are Jim Kinder,72 and Walt Kelciewskl,73. Jacobs; in the third flight are ,
Play will end Saturday with 18 holes and awards will be presented at Mittie Sills, Pat Oglesby and Ruth s
5:30: p.m. at the Golf course club house. Ann Kozak. .


I Intramural Softball Season Begins Mondaytheir I I.irf _Na


Intramural Softball starts pitching arm of Rester Bryan, first meeting, NARTU'i
Monday (see schedule on this with a record of 14 2, will be McClure threw a no hitter onlyto

page) and based on the strengthof trying to add the league title to have Hospital win the game, 1 ,--
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their returning pitchers the their station championship of 0. In the championship game, Model C-I
teams to beat are NARTU and last season. Hospital came through with a 2.1 Don't |lust peek) Open' wide your,
Hospital. In last season's play offs in victory. eye hug t It You're toot family not dreaming room "U a a
dream com true In this Bellalr
beauty. Separate dining ,room 1
NARTU won the regular season Bedroom, I Btht our family
home"II fantaitlcally! low In,price
championship with a 15.1 record

but Hospital title took the station ,. .,'" _,....."..............1.1111. .'l.f. .. ..
by defeating
championship -
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NARTU twice in a round robin, .. AL BONATI .;I ;;.. 'j..
double elimination championship ,

play off.Pitcher. z ORGAN-HORN .. MedelC*
&VOCALMonday Btiialr'i C 4 U ltit unbelleveble
'l 4 Bdedr Family Room
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Living' Room Dining doom
Von McClure who led e through Saturday ,. Kltctwn J Baths and a t larga

NARTU to the league cham- .r. R.NNr..._11.11..1.. / U I ls:. t; ( unmatched Utility Room.styling Eltvtn and rooms economy.of
pionship last season will be .. .
wrModal
throwing for them again this SPECIAL RATES per person (
FOR SERVICEMEN $6.00 double occupancy
year ItI
Hospital runner up on the Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge a Dine at Blser's Seafood .,....,
Restaurant, 750 Beautiful Rooms with TV Direct Dial Phone, Olympic ,. '
Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking. / .
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MLS REALTORS area teparate of* the Cl.living You'll and find quiet:I
Acreage ,'x B U Y bedroomt I Baths end many
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Trailer Lots dining family room.room fireplace Why not(Include optional a
WYNNE REALTY OF HOTEL hi your plant I

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Bedrooms, f Baths, huge
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may never be lower!

TONIGHTJACKSONVILLE Now is the time to buy!


As the Inflation spiral continue prices of |lust Model C-ll
about everything art Increasing. But the Two tars can rest comfortably In
the roomy garage of C II,and you
VALUE
of homes
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Increasing a
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Navy Exchange employee dinner, dance, beauty contest and 25-
year employee service awards. Candlelight Building 808.
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Opening of new Navy Exchange Rental Shop, Building 554 (corner
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Saturday, April'17, 11 a.m. .. The personnel of the NAS Jax
Navy Exchange Personal Services shop
Parade, featuring Shrine bands and marching units, Navy Exchange take this opportunity to greet our
Queen, Raines and Green Cove Springs High School bands, customers and invite them to visit us
Navy Wives Club floats and equestrian units of NAS stables. during the 25th anniversary celebration of
the Navy Resale System.
Tuesday, April 20, 11 a.m. Personal Services is a small shop,
located in the exchange Mall, between the
Grand ,Barber Shop and the Cobbler Shop. Though
opening of newly renovated Navy Exchange Laundry and
in size, the offers
tiny shop an enormous
Dry Cleaning Plant, Building 106. Conducted tours.
variety of services which include
engraving, embossing, camera repair, TV
Thursday, April 22, 10 a.m. rentals, key making, name tags and tapes,
address labels, gift wrapping, watch
Grand opening of New Navy Exchange Budget Store, Building repair and many others.
H2009, Naval Hospital. Personal Services Shop Manager Mrs.
Lois Spencer recommends that everyone
visit the store and browse around a bit.

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Officer feels that everyone her has a good reason to
I celebrate the Navy Exchange's' 25th year of progress in providing
better service to its patrons. He examines some items on sale at the : J'r....I-1.1-1-1.1-.I.I.I.1.1{ ..j.jI
Main retail store with his staff assistant Howard D. Rut ledge.


Attributes -
: Exchange Officer
I BETTER BUYS HERE Toptyullly for less hn always been the
Growth Patrons' Support advantage of stopping at the Navy Commissary Store. LCdr. N.P.
to Jensen, officer'. In charge, inspects an Item with one busy shopper.
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Editor' Note: Cdr. M.J. Ott, facilities and service have been and the Navy Exchange Advisory
SC, USN, hat been Navy Exchange made.'It Board. Composed of enlistedmen Progress ReviewedAt
Officer here tine is evident from the 'before' junior officers and Navy
February 1968. He l< a graduate, and 'after' photos of Navy Ex- wives, this board has provided
Magna Cum Loud, of St. An- change facilities contained in this Navy Exchange Managementwith NAS CommissaryEditor's
elm'' *College in New Hampshireand issue, that the Navy Exchangehere guidance and feedback on
in 1993 received hit MBA at has come a long way in the the effectiveness of the Navy
the University' o/Pittsburg wherehe past 25 years. Other articles in Exchange functions.'So Note: LCdr. N.P. Jensen SC, USN, has been officer In
was elected' to the Beta this issue speak of many small charge of the commissary store here since August 1970 and has an
,Gamma Stgna National and large improvements made to I feel that collectively outstanding record in the Navy Resale System. He has served as the
Honorary Fraternity. His Navy Exchange facilities at NAS Navy personnel do have a great officer-in-charge at commissary stores at Whldbey Island, Saigon
research hat been published by Jacksonville just in the past few deal to celebrate during this period China Lake and Pensacola during his Navy career.
the National Retail Merchants years. None of these would have and I urge all of our customers to
,; Association. been possible without the strong take advantage of the special 'The Navy Resale System celebrates its 25th anniversary during
Cdr. Ott (i. scheduled to support of our customers in values we are making available. Apri115-24. and it is an event that marks many years of service with
receive orders to the Navy Re* utilizing these facilities. Every Come in and get a chance on the savings to the serviceman and his family. The Navy Resale Systemwas
sale System Office this summer. improvement has been financed door prizes. Check the scheduleof created in 1946 to serve the needs of the Navy. By the wide acceptance
directly from Navy Exchange events and visit the new of this service patrons and the combined efforts of the area
'The 25th Anniversary of the profits; and without increased facilities we are opening. Take a coordinators, host commands, management and employees, great
Navy Resale System is an event sales, we would not have had chance on the new car we're progress has ,been made in providing convenient and attractive
that should be celebrated by sufficient profits to support giving away. Make sure you get facilities that incorporate modern merchandising techniques.
everyone in the Navy family in Special Services and fund these to visit the new Budget Store-I
that receive
fund activities
'Commissary stores are appropriated
Jacksonville. It is only throughthe projects.'The guarantee you'll be pleasantly
and
joint efforts of the patrons, Navy Exchange has surprised! Above all, get a good primary support from Operations and Maintenance Funds, Navy
Stock Funds which the of merchandise,
employees, management and the received a great deal of ,seat to view the Navy Exchangeand Navy support cost buying
assistance in the from operating supplies, employee payroll and new facilities.
command that the great stridesin past year Commissary Store parade on
terms of improvements to another part of the Navy family Saturday at 11 a.m. 'Markups on merchandise sold in the commissary store range from
2 to 5 percent and are used to pay for operating expenses incurred by
the store, such as paper bags, utilities and minor equipment. Thereare
95 main and branch Navy commissary stores operating at naval
installations around the world.

r', 'During this gala celebration many exciting events, money saving
> specials and drawings for prizes will be held at the commissary store.
'J All patrons are encouraged to take advantage of the many specialsthat
Wishes andCongratulations
: Best will be offered during the 25th anniversary.

.. 'Officers and personnel of your commissary store ask you to join
) them in celebrating the Navy Resale System's 25th anniversary.'


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Navy Exchange here The construction cost for both
at NAS is a Main Exchange with expansion and renovation
Branch stores atNAS Cecil Field, projects was about $700,000, and
Naval Station Mayport, NAS equipment costs totaled around
Albany and NAS Glynco,Ga. It is $300,000.
the largest Main Branch Ex- The total cost of one million
change Complex in the con- dollars was financed entirely by rT
tinental United States from the ;
nonappropriated funds (Navy + teM
standpoint of sales volume. Exchange profits). The architectural ,1
Jax Main Exchange History firm of
Saxelby.
The original building that is Powell and Roberts designedboth
part of what is now the main projects.
retail store and warehouse, Latest Improvements
Building 27, was formerly the Here are a few of the newest 4
administration building for Camp improvements and innovationsthat
Johnson Army Base during have gone into effect at the 1970.Relocation
World War I. Later it became the NAS Exchange Complex. of NATTC retail
post office when the station was Renovations for new Per store and renovation of Country
commissioned in 1940. Six years sonnel Office and training room, Store Toyland completed Sept. CONGRATULATIONSNAVY
afterward the building became Building 930. Completed Nov. 1970.
occupied by the Navy. Exchangefor Building 3 Uniform Shop
the first time. 1968.New snack bar established at moved and renovated Oct. 1970.
In March 1964 the first ex- the Naval Hospital in Dec. 1968. Building 554 Game Room EXCHANGE SERVICE
pansion of approximately 30,000 Two snack bars opened at the opened Oct 1970.
square feet was completed while Hangar 1000 VP complex in Feb. NATTC Barber Shop
expanding the sales area from remodeled Feb. 1971.
4,500 to 15,000 square feet and 1969.Naval Hospital Barber Shop Future Projects FROM
included 20,000 square feet for the opened March 1969. Building 1884 Rental Shop to
warehouse. Installation of new warehouse be completed and opened
In November 1968 the, second equipment and renovations for tomorrow.
expansion of a nearly 15,000 Main Warehouse in June 1969. Major renovation of Building HARRISONFOTOCHROME
square feet was completed which Candlelight Restaurant and 106 laundry and dry cleaning
doubled the sales area to 30,000 19th Hole Lounge opened Dec. plant to be completed this month.
square feet Included in this Budget Store in hospital area
project was the renovation of the 1969.Golf scheduled to open April 22. CORP.ON .
old bowling alley in Building 3 to Pro Shop renovation June Renovation of NATTC
establish new service shops and 1970. Cafeteria scheduled for com-
provide a mall connecting to Pirates Cove enlisted men's pletion June 1. YOUR
Building 27. club renovation completed July Building 200 Snack Bar
remodeling to be finished June

15.Building 3 Cafeteria to be 25th ANNIVERSARYWe
remodeled and opened July 15.
Construct new patio seatingarea
and snack bar at the
hospital by Sept. 1. Want To Express Our
Expand main retail store Appreciation For The
sales area, Building 27, by about Opportunity To Service
15,000 square feet. To be com- Your Customers'
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Photofinfshlng RequirementsCONGRATULATIONS '
Construct new service stationin
NATTC area at a cost of ap-
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Anniversary Parade will be held
ALL DEPARTMENTSFREE Saturday aboard the Naval Air _
Station here. The units will
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GRAND DRAWING 1971 VEGA corner of Allegheny Ave. and
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follows: (1)) Marine Color Guard, F 4I
(2)) Navy Exchange Float with
SHRIN -UNI'TSr JLo' 7'SJ Otl.SlS"\.8ANDS Queen and Miss Congeniality, (3)
25-year employees ((4)) Raines
HAS Jacksonville High School Band ((5)) Navy
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t b Branch 126, ((7)) Sea Cadets (8) R
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FUN FOR ALL""/ 45 Enlisted Wives ((12)) Antique
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change, in conjunction
with the world wide
celebration of the 25th
Anniversary of the Navy
Resale System, is sponsoring
a beauty contest to
select the Queen of the
Navy Exchange.The .
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left are (L-R) Emmie
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N derman Barbara
Reynolds, Mel Gordon,
Betty Mustillo, Cindy '

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Smith. They are among
the 12 finalists who were
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contestants to compete for
the title.
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Throughout the 10-day( anniversary celebration the NAS Navy
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addition to items regularly on sale at 10 per cent less each week,
the store manager has reduced 35 additional items in conjunction with
various national firms.

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4 Soap Powder Family Size Navy Beans 50 Oz
Pinto Beans 50 Oz. Northern Beans 50 Oz.
"',, >, Catsup 32 Oz Black Eye Peas 50 Oz.
""" ""Jf' '" (''(, Cocktail 2 14 Facial Tissue 280 Count
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':; Canned Peas 17 Oz Instant Potato Flakes 40 Oz. '
!1 Canned Corn 12 Oz Cold Drink Mix 8 Pk. "
n'wb ", taC Canned Ham 5 Lb. Pineapple In Natural Juke Sliced
4t'' .( Potato Chips 6 Oz.
Bbd Potato Dip Chip 6 Oz. Pineapple In Natural Juice Chunk
Potato Chip 6 Oz
Sausage Roll Mild 1 Lb. Plnapple Natural Juice Crush No.2
Sausage Hot Roll 1 Lb. Chicken Legs & Thighs Frozen 2 Lb.
Peanut Butter Smooth 18 Oz BarbecueSauce Plain 28 Oz.
Peanut Butter Crunch 18 Oz Genuine Dill Pickles 48 Oz

Items normally on special will be marked with arrows while special
anniversary sales items will be displayed together with 25th An-

r niversary signs attached.In .
addition to specials, one national firm will pay you$150 (mail in
offer) if you send in labels from five out of seven of their items, priced
from $1.51 to $1.76.
Also,a limited supply of cookbooks, baby bowls and juice cups and
almanacs will be available. Various vendors will be giving bite
size samples at unannounced times:
Other anniversary specials include:

Saturday April 24 A pancake breakfast at the commissary at
opening time.
e qe April 15-24 Free door prizes including 36-cup coffee makers,
electric frying pans,food baskets, gift packages, canned hams, years
supply of facial tissue or electric warming trays. An alarm clock will
,' be set for various times throughout the 10-day anniversary sale and
E the 25th person to enter the store after the alarm rings will draw for
prizes at 10 a.m. April 24.
April 21, 11 a.m. Mr. Peanut visits
April 23 Free cotton candy.
? April 24, 11 a.m.Mighty case train ride and limited supply of free
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10 Employees Complete 25 Years With Exchange :

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Jax--Navy Exchange em- Resale Sytstem. The 10-year Yesterday at a Silver An- <
ployees here find it rewarding to award is the same emblem witha niversary dinner at the Can- >
disclose their age-at least in ruby inset and the 15-year dlelight Restaurant these em- <
terms of service time with the award has a sapphire inset. The ployees each received a diamond. <
Navy Exchange.The 20-year plaque is an engravedNow studded lapel pin, a certificate of
Exchange has a program service and a newly designed
whereby employees completing as the Navy Resale 'Plank Owners' certificate.The .
5, 10,15, and 20 years of service System reaches its Silver Anniversary
receive special service awards, 10 Navy Exchange employees will participatein I
4r with gold lapel emblems and employees here also celebrate the Navy Exchange parade J
plaques.The five-year award is a their 25th year. Saturday morning.
gold lapel emblem with the
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employees who are celebrating 25
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Exchange are (First Row 'l-r)
Gladys Walker, Angelina
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The Oasis station will For many years the Navy Exchange Retail Store at
(April 15-24)) is the 25th Anniversary
service stations, also be in the sale.
vending on Everythingfrom
of the Navy Resale NAS Cecil Field has been grossly inadequate in size and
operations, laundry-dry cleaningand floor mats to car wax to tire
Systems, commonly known to tailoring,. and personal gauges will be one sale,and don't arrangement, a fact which has seriously restricted
naval personnel as the Navy services.As forget to stop in and ask for your service to patrons.
Exchange or the Commissary. a result of Navy Exchangesales free four inch screwdriver. Finally, after much planning, the dreams of a new
The Navy Exchange and the approximately $45 million Navy Exchange laundry and retail store have become a reality. The new facility is
Commissary of Cecil Field will per year are provided to support dry cleaning services will featurea now under construction and will be completed and
also observe this week.
Navy Recreation discount all
Programs 25 percent on
around the world.To laundry and dry cleaning broughtin opened by approximately July 15 of this year.
THE COMMISSARY STORE
The concept and funding method for the store was
The mission of the CommissaryStore celebrate their anniversary, on Thursdays and Fridays
is to provide an adequate the Cecil Field Exchange will during the anniversary sale. Alsoa conceived and approved in early 1969. A contract was
range and assortment of quality have 10 big days of sales on their 25 percent discount will be awarded and construction began in October 1970.
food, grocery and produce itemsto merchandise. To give you the given on all tailoring that is over Construction costs are approximately $350,000, and
meet the reasonable demandsof reader an idea of what the sales 200. All sweaters will be dry
will be like, here is just a part of cleaned for $.25 too. equipment and furnishings cost approximately $150,000.The .
of least
At
a majority patrons.
what the exchange has to offer. total cost of nearly half a million dollars is being
selection of brand
The Enlisted
one name Men's Club will be
merchandise is required to be joining in the anniversary financed entirely by nonappropriated funds (profits
carried by each CommissaryStore. FOR HER: festivities by selling martini generated by the Navy Exchange.)
A total of 2,600 line itemsare Hairsetters cocktails, fizzes, and vodka The building is approximately 17,000 square feet with
currently authorized, exclusive Famous name perfumes and stingers for only $.25. about 12,000 square feet devoted to sales floor space and
of meats, produce and colognesSkin The Navy Exchange cafeteriawill
conditioners the remainder to backup storage and office space. The
issue items. be bird
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Navy an 'early
retail the first increment of
store
Watches breakfast' and represents a com-
TIlE NAVY EXCHANGE a 'shoppers
Realizing that military Billfolds special lunch' for only$.25 duringthe munity center which will eventually include the
customers are oriented towardthe Jamaica shorts anniversary celebration.The Commissary Store, the Navy Exchange service ships,
same products members of Slacks, and much more. Commissary store hasn't. the bank and post office.
the civilian community the Also for the ladies, the Navy forgotten the anniversary either.
Navy Space presently occupied by the old retail store in
Exchange provides quality Exchange beauty shop will give a During the anniversary, savingscan
merchandise from the best free styling for any wig pur- be made on laundry supplies, building 5 will be retained as a country store-toyland
sellers of the top nationally ad- chased during the anniversarysale. paper products and much, much facility. A new convenience store is also planned for '
vertised brands at the lowest more. establishment in Building 5 by late summer 1971.

practical price.A .
major part of each 169 main FOR HIM:
and branch Navy Exchanges Famous label men's cologne
currently in operation is a Pipes
comprehensive program gearedto Ban-Lon shirts
providing a variety of servicesand Cuff linksDaydate
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products that will make the stainless steel watches / on
patrons stay on the station more

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service departments are groupedinto Exchange barber shop will take
6 broad categories: food $.25 off listed price of haircuts.1bis .
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