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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1971
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Navy Exchange Opens Rental Shop, Lanndr K Dt y j jJax



The new Navy Exchange Rental Shop, which Jax Renovation of the Navy Exchange LatJ'nfJJRY offers a variety of items for rent to military personneland '7" ; and Dry Cleaning Plant in Bldg. 106, which serves NAS

their dependents,has been established at Bldg. 554 '' .. Jax, Cecil Field, Mayport and Glynco Ga., has been
in NATTC. '\' .e completed and now offers customers the convenience
Many items now available include sewing machines, of a drive up window service.
more then a hundred black and white and color TVs, The old laundry dry cleaning plant was built around
floor polishers, portable typewriters, lawn mowers, "'" 1941 and has been remodeled in just three weeks by the
+ seed and fertilizer spreaders, sanders and cars. .' NAS Public Works Department at an estimated cost of
Although televisions are presently the most wanted ..; \ '_."L'! $30,000 with an additional $30,000 for new equipment,
items, the Rental Shop expects to receive additional .1'- according to a Navy Exchange official.
i items, including window air conditioners, based on :... -_ The plant office is completely air conditioned and a
customer requests.The GRAND OPENING-Margaret Chrlstofftrwn, selected new evaporator cooler system has been installed in the
Rental Shop is open Monday through Saturday' IS the Navy Excahnge Beauty Queen last week, cuts the production area. Also, an automatic conveyor systemfor
from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from noon ribbon officially dedicating the newly renovated storage and issue of finished garments, and a new
Laundry
p.m. Dry Cleaning Plant. dry cleaning machine and solvent reclaimer have been
added.

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VOL. 29 NO. 5 'Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville FloridaAPRIL 22, 1971 Navy and Marine Corps personnel
and their dependents. In

AMH1 Russell Is Selected provided 1970 the Jacksonville more than $50,000 Auxiliary in

gratuities to local Marine and

Navy families.In .

j' Serviceman of the Month assistance order to,maintain RAdm. Lawrence this levelof

lIeyworth Jr., president of the
Auxiliary, has set $50,000 as the
Jax -AMII1 Gerald R. Russellof According to his division of- has four children. goal for this year's annual call for
the Air Operations Main- ficer he welcomes responsibilityand For his selection as Ser- contributions.
tenance Department has won the continually seeks to broadenhis viceman of the Month, he will
Serviceman of the Month title for field of knowledge. He is an receive a certificate for two for Everyone is urged to give
March. lie is the assistant active member of the Com- the Candlelight Restaurant and a generously to the drive, which
. supervisor of Work Center 120 at manding Officer's Enlisted tour of St. Augustine courtesy of runs from April 30 through May
AOMD's maintenance division.In Advisory Board, a job which he the local USO. 31.
a letter of nomination from feels has contributed a great dealto
his division officer, Petty Officer the good morale of his men.
Russell was praised for his AMH1 Russell willingly assists Race Relations Becomes
thorough and accurate work and other work centers. Of particularnote :

his extremely conscientious is his part in renovatingthree
attitude toward his job. As the work centers including his
Course
quality assurance inspector he own. He helped repaint work Required Military

assigns, supervises and inspects center 120, replace broken
maintenance work on all station windows, remove unused
r w. and visiting aircraft and devotes storage areas, replace old shop WASHINGTON Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird 1
many hours overtime to make equipment and install and has established a new program that will require all .\
sure that correct information and relocate light fixtures all of servicemen to attend classes in race relations. J
y instructions are passed on to the which contributed to the overall
conditions and The mstrucuon win oe given'
oncoming crews. safety appearanceof
AMH1 Russell the shops.In when a man enters the military instructors conducting race
addition to his normal with six-hour refresher courses relations courses throughout the

duties, Russell is a search and every year thereafter, Laid Armed Forces within a year.
Exchange Announces rescue aircrewman. Prior to said. The institute will be run by a
reporting here for duty in The program will be operatedby staff of 44 military and civilian
November 1970, he served three a Defense Relations Institute volunteers headed by two
with HC 7 based at At- that will train officer, enlisted
years colonels, one white and one black.
Door Prize WinnersJax sugi,Japan, and has won several and civilian volunteers in race They are Army Col. Edward F.
awards for his achievement as a relations during a six-week In- Krise, the director,and Air Force
rescue aircrewman on five different structor course.The institute also Col. Claude M. Dixon, the deputy
Here are the numbers which represent the winning tickets deployments with the will conduct research, evaluaterace director.A .
drawn for door prizes in the Navy Exchange 25th Anniversary relations programs, and
squadron off the coast of Viet Defense announcement said
Celebration. If you have a ticket which corresponds to one of these prepare educational guidelinesand
nam. the institute's operations will be
numbers, you may claim your prize any time between now and April materials for worldwide use.
A native of Helena Mont. under the ofa
general supervision
30 by seeing Mrs.Louise Arth,Retail Store Manager. The institute expects to have
AMH1 Russell has been the Navy new race realtions board 'underthe
PRIZE NUMBER for 17 years. lie is married and about 1,400 trained full-time cognizance' of the Assistant
Secretary of Defense (Manpowerand

Mitchell Reel 304169 Commissary Changes ScheduleJax Reserve Affairs) Roger T,
'i: Deluxe Velour hangers 302019 Kelley. The board will provide

3 Record Albums :'!,. 308274 the Commissary Store Mr. Peanut will visit the NAS policy guidance and will serve as
,... Presto Can Opener w-sharpener ,'- '. "' 301651 Complex celebrates the 25th Cecil Field Commissary today at an advisory group to the Scretaryof
a
Defense.
Westinghouse Radio : r' 307390 anniversary of the Navy Resale 11 a.m. and Saturday at 11 a.m.
Deluxe Hangers- '(V,'II' 307996 System throughout the week, a there will also be a Mighty Casey
: Shirt (Mensf) M.tt'rt'; 309429 number of special activities are train ride and free kites for the InsideClub
l ': Presto Hair Curler f 307647 children.All .
scheduled.At .
.... Cue StickNoxzema 582322 the NAS Jax Commissarythere other activities, includingdoor Schedules Page 10
Family gift 566596 will be a limited supply of prizes, reduced prices on a Menu
z Telescope Jason Power zoom 566009 free kites, free cotton candy, a number of items and a pancake Page 13
b':\( ,:. Mitchell Reel 566440 Mighty Casey train ride and a breakfast at opening time Movies Page 11

ij I<<,,,;:, 3 Record Albums 566980 visit with Mr. Peanut for the Saturday morning, are featuredat Sports Pages 14,15
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". I Camera 567569 children at 11 a.m. Saturday. both Commissary Stores.
l, ; Wrinkle Away hand steamer 567598

f' Deluxe Century Velour Golf balls Hangers 567764 567995 Navy Wives Attend Townsend School '


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('". a Jax In view cf the Navy's The three day course, which be covered include naval ac- 1
growing concern with the lack of convenes Wednesday at the NAS tivities in the tidewater area, the 1
>,',, ; : DAYLIGHT 11IT information, and misinformationwhich Oceana Chapel, will deal with wife's role in the Navy, a I
j the average first-term some of the common problems husband's career opportunities,
SAVINGS TIME Navy wife has about the Navy, faced by young Navy wives entitlements such as allowances,
VAdm. Robert L. Townsend, problems which would not have pay, medical benefits, travel, 1
ComNavAirLant, has establisheda occured had they 'known the Champus etc.; and privileges .
Be sure to set your clocks special 'Townsend Prep ropes.' such as the commissary, navy ;

one hour AHEAD Saturday night School.' Some of the subjects which will Relief and Navy Exchange.I .

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( NOTE: On March 12, 1971 Class 7104 of the Naval Officer Candidate School at

Newport, R.I. was personnally addressed by the President of the United States, Richard M. Nixon
during graduation exercises. The President' (inspiring speech to th' newly commissioned officers is

hereby repeated in Its entirety as followt.) 1tj


Admiral Colbert, Captain Farrell, Governor Licht, Secretary DeSimone, all of the distinguished guests on the
platform, the distinguished guests at this occasion and, of course, most Important of all, the members of the
graduating class:
I very much appreciated the personal remarks that were made by the Admiral and also by the leader of this class.
I have only one correction to make. not a very Important one. When I finished Quonset Point, I was a Lieutenant ,j 'J SIGN
((1|I.g.), so I started a little bit higher.
I want you to know,too, that It Is a very great pleasure for me to be able to share this occasion with you as you, the
members of this class, begin your service as Naval officers. I began my Naval service Quonset Point, as has been
pointed out,and It has taken me 29 years to cross Narragansett Bay. But I am glad finally to be here. e. .
This does not reflect on my training. I think I was a pretty good navigator. I lust took the long way around. I do
not contend that It necessarily means anything as far as your future Is concerned, but It should be noted for the
record that the two Presidents before me were also Navy men and,of course, President Eisenhower first tried to go
to Annapolis before he finally went to West Point. We are very honored today that his son, Ambassador Eisenhower,
Is here. He chose West Point -his first choice.
I know It Is the custom to tell graduating classes that they are facing great opportunities and great obligations.
Sometimes It Is true and sometimes Is not true. In your case It happens to be true.
The pursuit of peace Is the opportunity which lies before you and the preservation of peace will be the special
obligation of your generation. There Is no greater opportunity, and there Is no greater responsibility.It .
may be difficult now to appreciate this fully. Our Involvement In the war In Southeast Asia Is drawing to an end. \%\
The next three years stretch before you, with the prospect of danger or boredom or both. And I know some of you
will wonder about significance of serving, about the need for It. I know that many of you resent the time taken _
away from the pursuit of other careers. You see these years as lost years.
I tell you, they will not be lost. Rather, I believe that nothing you do In your life will be more Important than the
service you give In the next three years. Out of the sacrifice, the bitterness and the testing of the last 10 years has 1
come the opportunity to achieve last what Americans want and what we have not had In this whole century .. a .... .
full generation of peace. It Is for us now to seize that opportunity, to win the peace. I It will be for you to keep It. AFP.s o
You serve In the peace forces of the world. There are those In America who question this, but the record Is clear.
Our power has always been used for building the peace, never for breaking It .. for defending freedom, never for
destroying It. -
America has fought In four wars In this century. Yet we did not seek war, we did not plan war, we did not begin CI.ASSIRii.ir
war. But when It came, young Americans fought courageously.
Today,despite the terrible evidence of this century, there are those who have refused to learn the hard lessons of
the history of tyranny. They would tell us, as their predecessors In other times have told us, that the appetite for _
aggression can be satisfied only If we are patient and that the ambitions of the aggressor are justified if only we !
understand them properly. (J2Jj
I am never surprised to see these positions held. But I am always astonished to see them held In the name of _
morality/ We know too well what follows when nations try to buy peace at the expense of other nations. I do not
believe we are prepared to take that course. What Is more 'Important Is no other nation believes It either. That Is
why the United States of America respected among the nations of the free world -. not because we are rich and not
because we are powerful but, above all, we can be trusted. We have been and we continue to be willing to pay the A
price for peace. And we pay In the hard currency of deeds. not with hollow threats and empty promises.
There can be no advantage to concealing hard facts In soft words. We know that when force Is rewarded, the cost
of peace and the only alternative to war will be tyranny. This fact dominated the first half of this century. We are
determined that It will not dominate last half For this reason we have accepted the necessity of war. But our
purpose Is peace:
Peace with freedom .. so that peace may be worth having.
Peace with Justice--so that peace may be worth keeping.
And peace with strength .. so that peace may be preserved.We u SIGNA
must have strength. If all the world were free, we might have no need of arms. If all/ the world were lust, we
would have no need of valor. But as we see that the values we cherish are not cherished,universally, and that there \
are those who feel threatened by the prospects of freedom and (justice, then we must keep the strength we need to
keep the values we cherish. ,
I know the arguments of the new Isolationists. Though we cut defense spending, we can't cut It enough. Though we
gnatly Increase domestic spending, In proportion of defense spending, we can never Increase It enough.
I understand those arguments and I understand the sentiments behind them. But I understand the cost of )
weakness, too.Thequestlon. \
of what Is enough Is not academic. It Is crucial to the survival of this Nation.If \
we have the most extensive urban renewal programs, the most far-reaching medical care programs, the finest
highways, the most comprehensive educational assistance efforts, the most effective antipoverty programs. if we C E1Z
have all this and more, and If we have It all at the expense of our ability to defend ourselves, then we would soon 4 S
enjoy none of the fruits of our efforts, and the only peace we would know would be that terrible peace Imposed upon
those who are the victims of their own lack of vigilance.And .
so today we will look to the possibilities of the future with a careful regard for the realities of the present and
the lessons of the past
As you serve In our peace forces, you can be proud of this great fact: We Americans firmly believe In what we are,
and In what we have. But we do not choose to go the way of those ancient crusaders who sought to civilize the world
one grave at a time.We do not seek power as an end In Itself. We seek power adequate to our purpose, and our pur
pose Is peace.. Ares .... o
I have no Illusions about the difficulty of achieving that purpose. I do not believe that peace will suddenly
descend upon us like the answer to a prayer. I do not believe we should confuse the things we can expect from God
with the things that God may expect from us. Rather, we have to build peace, you and I together. We have to do It KEEP A FIRM GRIP when handling classified material and avoid
with our own hands because there Is no other way And we have to do it with our own brains and our own courage
and our own faith. distractions. A lost document might mean more than momentary
I do not believe will be done otherwise. But neither do I despair of Its being done, because I believe you will do embarrassment. The man in the cartoon is lucky someone caughthis
the job, and not only you here In uniform but your generation. error on the spot. Can you find six spots where the two car
I remember very clearly an address President Eisenhower made In March of 1960 to a White House Conference on toons are different?
Children and Youth, He said, 'Our children understand, as we did not In our youthful days, the need .. now approaching
the absolute for peace with justice ... among the things we teach to the young are such truths as the
transcendent value of the Individual and the dignity of all people,the futility and stupidity war,its destructiveness
of life and Its degradation of human values.' SOLUTION
In a decade of war since that time, the children he was talking about have grown up. Some of you are here today.As .
the years have passed, and I have watched your generation, I have understood the wisdom of his words. The man '.Iap paytssup! ( ajea| uo
the French cal led 'the peace general' had a vision of 'the peace generation It has come to pass. You will be that \uuas ;aaod{ ;JlS! ((9 '(wonoq u) tunas .Iasno..l, l2.1! 1iI.I01t1OA( ((9'dUD
generation. }35(;aod 3p; uq ioiqojA (t 'asou 8,1010105( ((8 'Moqp 1MJ! sjzi2(
As you take up your responsibilities today, as you begin the great work before you, I want to remind you that you 0} isssop Joop 3tfl jo auqZ 'JJ'I J ddn uo .lOOp aq a\oq sun! (I
are not alone, that people of other nations have served bravely and do so today In behalf of a lasting peace. We are
not the only nation that desires the end of war. We are the most powerful nation, but gallant people around the globe
share our faith that the world Is moving In theway of peace with freedom and justice for all. Some of them are here
today. I want to salute those members of the naval forces of the Republic of Vietnam who are here today.
I have known their country I have known their struggle for almost 20 years. I have visited Vietnam seven times. JAX AIR NEWS
I have seen firsthand the courage of the Vietnamese people, their endurance,their sacrifice, their will to be free.
The rights we have learned to take for granted they are still fighting for.
War has been the condition of man from the dawn of history Some have said that wars are made by something
Ignorant In the human soul. Perhaps man will learn not to answer what Is primeval in his blood, but rather to heed
what Is divine In his humanity The JAX AIR NEWS Is
However It may come, It Is certain that peace and the greedy ambitions of governments cannot survive In the distributed a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
same world. But I believe Is the ambition of governments that Is going to fall, because from having seen the world, each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
almost all the world, I know the people of the world want peace. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
Through time they have watched the harvest of the plowshare rot In the fields and on the vines while they have private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS
reaped the harvest of the sword. It would be difficult to suppose that God created man for this end, and difficult to must be forwarded to the Public
doubt the wisdom of the Prophet, that 'the work of righteousness be peace....' Jacksonville Affairs Office, Box Z, NAS
So we have dreamed no small dream. We have set ourselves no easy task. We seek to do the work of by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News
righteousness. In that work the years you give will not be lost. They will be redeemed along with the hopes of Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or
humanity. 3119.

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Kudos Received by CLAW rersonnel I


1 Chief Avionics deployment Indicative of his
NAS Cecil...Five Navymen, Master outstanding organizational and
f +F enlisted and officer's from Light Technician S.W.Danielson managerial abilities was the
Attack Wing One received Navy Master Chief Danielson, while manner with which he was ableto
Achievement Medals during serving on the Light Wing One accomplish predeployment
ceremonies recently held. The staff from November 7, 1970 to requirements well ahead of
five men, who together add up January 7, 1971 was cited for his schedule and still allow the
over 110 years of service are: work as Mantenance Advisor. squadrons sufficient aircraft to
Chief Warrent Officer L. The citation of Danielson read in meet their flight crew training
Kuafman. With Light Attack part, 'During the high tempo of requirements.'
Wing One, Kaufman was cited operations in preparing the first Lieutenant Commander R.F
Avionics
while serving as two A7E squadrons for
... ',", Assistant on the LATWING One deployment, Master Chief Germain
FOLLOWING IN HIS FOOTSTEPS-LCdr. Bartlett W. Logan, Air staff from September 14, 1970 to Danielson successfully coor- With the Light Attack Wing One
Ordnance Officer NAS Cecil Field,accepts Oath of Enlistment from January 7, 1971. His citationin dinated the efforts of squadronand staff from September 14, 1970, to
his W. part read: 'Chief Warrant personnel, January 7, 1971, LCdr.
son Terry Logan during ceremonies at the Armed Forces support activity Germainwas
Examining and Entrance Station Tuesday. Terry enlisted under the Officer Kaufman consistently thereby both squadrons to cited for his preformance of
Navy's Advanced Electronics Field program which gives the enlistee demonstrated exceptional and achieve a high state of aircraft duties as Aircraft Maintenance
pay grade automatically,guarantee of an electronics school upon managerial skills, initiative readiness prior to an extened Officer. The citation read of
in the
devotion to duty
completion of recruit training and E-4 following graduation from the strong deployment. LCdr. 'Lieutenant Commander
electronics' school. The senior Logan, a veteran of nearly 30 years direct supervision of extremely Chief Aviation Electronics Germain, during this period of
active naval service is scheduled to retire In August. complex modification programs Technician R.P.Young time, consistently demonstrated
--"' -..---. concerning successful the A7E aircraft The of While serving as Avionics Chiefon exceptional managerial skills in
completion
highly of Wing Attack coordinating
these contributed to the staff Light extremely complex
programs maximum operational One, from November 7, 1970 to A7E modification programs. The
achieving Chief Young's completion of these
readiness in attack squadrons 81 January 7, 1971, programs
11 f and 83 prior to their 1971 citation read of him, 'Displayingkeen contributed directly to
deployment.Chief foresight, exceptional achieving maximum oper-
knowledge and loyal devotion to ational readiness in Attack
Aviation Storekeeper duty, Chief Young, was in- Squadrons 81 and 83 prior to their
Lenwood Bobo stramental in monitoring the early 1971 deployment.'
massive predeployment To the men of Light Attack
Bobo, a Navyman with almost modifications and configurationin Wing One, thanks and
21 years of service, received his the preparing of first two congratulations on a big job very
citation which read of him, 'For Atlantic Fleet squadrons CorA well done.
professional achievement in the
performance of his duties as Sets
LCDR Culler Recordcomplished
'I made ltl'.says Lt 'Mick' Hall, with a look of satisfaction on his Supply Chief while serving on the I
face after having been promoted to his present rank. Capt. Simon, staff of Light Wing One from
.executive officer, pins his new bars on. November 7, 1970 to January 7, VA-174 'first' occurred in less than eight
1971. By performing his duties in recently when Lieutenant weeks by LCdr. Culler.
an outstanding and highly Commander David 'Dixie' Culler After receiving the required
professional way, and with his graduated from the A-7 Corsair pre-flight lectures on 23 and 24
exceptional knowledge of supply College. Normally a replacementpilot February, LcdrCuller flew his
support, Chief Bobo contributed with previous A-7 ex- first syllabus flight on Feb. 25
immeasureably to the successful perience requires 19 weeks to and his final flight on 12 April. In
UGHT'N' THECA deployment of the first two A7E complete the training syllabus, the interim he logged 78 flight
squadrons in the Atlantic Fleet. however, this feat was ac- hours of which 22 hours were
S QUEEzINFLMI0N E? logged at night This flight time
was compiled while qualifying in
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of loft delivery, computer
bombing, and 30 degree night
T MONDAY THRU SATURDAY bombing. He also qualified in the

HOURS: 8:30: AM-5:30 PM197T.PINTOTUDOR six remaining weapons phases
narrowly missing scores of excellence
in two of these phases.
LCdr. Culler has been assignedto
VA-81 as Maintenance Officer
embarked aboard the USS
Forrestal presently assinged to
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permanent change of station
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Sidewalks and street 1600 CC ENGINE, BUCKET
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SEATS, VINYL TRIM, SPEED TRANSMISSION -
Convenient to churches, schools FLOOR MOUNTED SHIFT LEVER,
BORROWUPTOS600
and shopping center HEATER AND DEFROSTER.....

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..urs '': NAS CECIL FIELD 1849FULL IT ALL

Example*
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Amount Monthly to Total ol percentage
PRICENO ol loan |payment repay payments me
$84.30500 24 $120.00 36.50%
391.29 23.00 24 552.00 3550%
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:BUILDERS: I2STC.: PRICE TRANSPORTAX, N 40 356-0735 W. Monroe St.

Member of National Jacksonville Home Builders Associations FEDERAL DEALER I DUVAll 5256 396-2895 Beach Blvd. e

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You're cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience 1 384.2314 4721 San Juan Ave.
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Standby Form Required
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For Reduced Air Fare 1

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WASHINGTON-Slarting June remaining available after all
1, airlines will be asking for DD reservations have been claimedto
form 1580 along with leave papers be offered, military
when servicemen want to purchase passengers at approximately half
Military Standby and of the applicable fare. The
Military Reservation tickets. reservation fare, approximatelytwo
The DD form 1580 is the thirds fare, is accepted in
military's Authorization for Air advance of scheduled departureand
Travel. In the past, commerical space in confirmed similar to
airlines accepted leave orders or that for other passengers with
leave papers as a subsitute for full fare reservations.

the form. Military members are eligiblefor
,, 'a '+ If no form is presented, 'airline reduced military fares on the
% 6 tickets agents will have no following basis:
recourse but to refuse sale of
reduced fare tickets to military .On active duty as a member of '
i personnel,' according to officialsof the Army, Navy, Air Force,
the Military Traffic Marine Corps or Coast Guard, a
Management and Terminal cadet of the respective
Service, which monitors the academies.On .
program.For official leave, pass, liberty,
air travel, fare reductions furlough, or within seven days of
of two types are offered: The discharge.
Military Standby Fare and the -Traveling at their own ex
Military Reservation Fare.
NEW SOUND AT TEEN CLUB Janett Pressler (I) and Debby Howard admire the new stereo The standby fare permits seats pense.Traveling in uniform.
I record player which Wilma Goldsberry and Judy O'Rourke (r) are donating to the Teen Club from
the Navy Wives Club,Jax 86,to replace their old one.The wives also plan to donate a pool table.



I Military Comptrollers Plan WorkshopJaxThe t



Northeast Florida 'Techniques of Graphic Com- stub requisition or temporary '
Chapter of the American Societyof munication' are tentatively additional duty travel order SATURDAY, MAY 1, 10 a.m. &[
Military Comptrollers held a scheduled for mid-May and will through the complete accounting
Luncheon meeting April 13 with be conducted on-site at the NAS cycle with a explanation of the GAYE'S '9tj
President, Cdr. James A. Supply Department Management effect on memorandum records.
Schriner (SC presiding. Information Center by the team financial statement, and fl
Fashions -t
Tentative plans were for- that developed and currently management reports as the Maternity
mulated for presenting programs operate one of the most effective status of the document changes. 2153 BLANDING BLVD. PH. 388886 .: ?
relating to every field of military such centers in the Navy. (Located With Alter Piano Co.) .'+
comptrollership which includes Prior to the beginning of Fiscal Other programs covering
financial and general Year 1972, a workshop will beheld specific controllership fields
management,accounting, finance,I on Memorandum Ac- were suggested by members
budgeting, programming, counting Records. One session attending the meeting and are
reporting, statistics, auditing, will cover the types of records now in the process of develop
cost analysis and management which should be maintained and ment. In addition to the study
analysis. the interpretation of accounting groups, a luncheon meeting with
Lectures and study groups will reports as they relate to guest speakers will be held each
be presented'where the action is' memorandum records: another quarter. .
_
by persons directly involved in session will be devoted to ...-..-...---
the field under study. Many memorandum records and ac- ASMC programs will be an- s
sujects will be programmed in counts as used by management.Future nounced in the Jax Air News and
two sessions; one session beamedto programs will include a in activity Plan of the Days. i
the working level, the other to lecture on the procedure for and Persons interested in the subject C..w Gf't60U \
the management level. advantages of microfilming under study, non-members in-
The first three such workshop records, a workshop following a cluded, are invited to attend. \

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: IJ:""', ""'>," how to manage it, we're here to help ANY KENTUCKY CIIICKEN STORE. WE'LL GIVE
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PAGE 6 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


NASA Promotes Genetic Research


WASHINGTON-Human chromosomes may soon yield more of their secrets to

medical researchers with the aid of a space-age computerized process developedat SY/t N

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif.

The same computer that and transfers it into a computer.Still inside the computer is tran-
enhances photographs radioed operating automatically, sferred to a special photographic
back from the Moon and Mars the computer isolates measures printer which produces a pictureon
has been successfully applied to and rotates each chromosome paper.
anlyzing pictures of human image until it is erect The computerized TV slide
chromosomes.A Each chromosome-46 in the search, as the JPL researchers
JPL scientific team has case of a normal human cell-is call it, promises not only to be
devised a system which can numbered and classified ac- faster,but to be considerablylesstiring 44'T
analyze a picture of the cording to size and shape. for the laboratory
chromosomes in a human blood The resulting digitial picture technician making the anlysis.
cell in three-mlnutes-about one- ,
tenth the time required to do the _
same job manually.
Chromosomes are the tiny First Right
bodies that contain the basic SEE US Outside NAS Jail GateSPECIAL
patterns of life, genes. Seen FIRSTNEW O O
through a microscope, they
appear to resemble a tangle of
,
worms.short Each spaghetti chromosome strands,or contains stubby 00 SD P 4 I ''c

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strings believed to of be DNA the reproductivebasis molecules, :

of all living organisms.DNA'deoxyribonucleic .
acid !
holds the key to the genetic code ',/ '
of life on Earth, biologists and
biochemists generally SPRING SALE! _

believe.

The JPL system was explainedthis 2 BEDROOM, 12' WIDE rs w y k9 ..
way: $43 95 ro
By closed circuit television an BELMONT Now only...
operator watches as the


automated slide prepared mircroscope from searchesa a blood NEW 3 BEDROOM, Itt BATH $4 6 9 5 t. ....:.....- ......_, <#.' ,:);.;;. :..'.,#','__., '.-t.. >
sample. The technician stops the 12' x 60'' Now only...
scanning when a cell with a 'The Enchanted Toy Shop production that brings to the Ice an
suitable group of chromosomes is animated display of toys and childhood tales that delight the young of
found. all ages, is one of the featured sequences in the '26th edition of
Automatically the stem then 6263 Roosevelt Boulevard Phone 384.5584 or 384-5585 HOLIDAY ON ICE. The kitten from the 'Owl and the Pussy Cat' and
sharpens the focus and'enlargesthe 2220 Mayport Road Atlantic Beach Phone 246.1246 the ageless Teddy Bear are all part of the activity. HOLIDAY ON ICEis
image 2,500 times. A special playing at the Jacksonville Coliseum,now thru Sunday.
date camera takes the picture




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apartment hunting with a

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.- p,.< s! ,R a apartments. Spacious ( with more square
footage than any apartment in its price

range) beautiful furnishings rich shag
1 carpeting make this the perfect place to "hosta
toast." Come satisfy your champagne tasteon
a beer budget. Drive out and compare.
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JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER 7B






SERVICE SHOPPING GUIDE. j





JTATI FAIM : /Zi ) lIZZA? 4NTItiI r SARGE & HANK I

A ERNIE GROSE I /(rTAKEOUTORDERSDININGROOM :. KNOX ENCO SERVICENTER I
PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE CUT STEAKS .
1948 }
Blandlng Boulevard
INStIfANCt .' ITALIAN SANDWICHESSPAGHETTI"PIZZA"
... '1 PHONE 389.0338 { f PHONE! 388-9571 or 388-2421
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Automobile Insurance For Everyone OUR SPECIALITY! Electronic Wheel Balancing

SAME DAY COVERAGESTATE ;',, Sun. Thurs HOURS, 4pm: 11.30pm G Total Engine Performance
FARM MUTUAL 0 ,v- Friday apm IJ.4Jam c 4 Analyzed Electronically
AUTOMOBILE _
Home Office: Bloomington,Illinois INSURANCE CO. I t Closed Tuesdays Saturday 4pm lJ:4am:
3619 Blending Blvd Ph. 771-0170 4710 SAN JUAN AVENUE
I 552 CASSAT AVENUE
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.'t. : :"',' .. John C. Calhoun, USN (Ret.) PHONE. .I.o.os
-I& .o Gatll Oft 7 MBOI
:,;t; : TExAcoJERNIGAN'S ::1 7metCal'sT.V.
,.: : : : "Next Door to the Gulf Station''

.t. Sales & Service
Corvalrt' for Dune Buggies
/fi! ". ':*". i to Choose from :1 RCA a ZENITH COLOR. LACK A WHITE
:\.:}; :: "'. .TEXACO SERVICE Opels,Mercedes, .: 8TCMCO
"K1.i'-: .. ,
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;; :' ALL MECHANICAL WORK GUARANTEED, : -
'l.f..ftii.k.:" .. PICKUP &! DELIVERY t. rrWE BANI< ME t Alt)
We have a complete line of U-HAULS! CARL B. JORDAN, RANDOLPH S. TRUITT, I WELCOME HERB

400B' .. BLANpINO, BLVO '" PHOf'olE 77,.?93 (USN, Ret.) .' IKU.THE .leT .ri VIce THE RK T"
Orange Park Ph. 264-8661 I
k Grant Plaza at 103rd

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PHONE 264-9206 MONTHLY SPECIAL!
r WE CATER TO SERVICEMEN!
OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION SHRIMP
or CHICKENALL WE HELP ALL

Need Your Car Inspected YOU CAN EAT I WE CAN FISHERS

CYCLE SHOP1fLi
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For Only. $1.29Includes
RED GREENE'S GARAGEFour s
French Fries ROOT SALES
Miles South o/NAS-Highway J 7-Orange Park Cole Slaw and Hush Puppies k1 Riding Mowers
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors TOP HAT Lawn Rototillers Mowers
Open 0800-1800 Monday thru Friday
MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE DRIVE IN (We repair all makes used cycles and cars)
2045 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE: 388-9553 : IU0103RD STREET

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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK i iI I We Welcome BankAmerlcard & Master Charge "Your Mobile// Home Shopping Center"
JlflHlVBtoK VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR SPECIAL
Includes All Labor, ,
New Exhaust Valves Gaskets
!lQ3rd STREET FISH MARKET! t ALLVW/S "
Mustang
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'l/rtSwLm.. We Have It* I /' 2 \ $7095 i iI

FISHSHRIMPOYSTERSLOBSTERSCRABMEAT V MOBILE HOMES
I ?j Ar| Condo Models| lac
IN SEASON Y $10 Extra 4118 PHILIPS HWY. 737-4366
Featuring Specially Prepared 'I 100 Percent 6 Mo.or 6,000 Miles Guarantee 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387-6489
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs ROOSEVELT MALL SERVICE CENTER Over 150 New & Used Mobile/ Homes .
4547103rd Street Phone 772-0981 4373 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Phone: 3I7-.75I1 fo choose from I

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BLANDING BOULEVARD .
8I1O 1O3MO ST.PMONK771.72BB
fjrttone PAINTING
OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION I rt t IUI clot III Ml
JIM THORSBY (USN Retired,) Mqr. HOI till IPJ Jose V. SERRANO

HONEST and, COURTEOUS Service r Tlres-B........"..........tlerles-Froll.-.............................End..."......Service"............... \..4IIIIISERRANO
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We And Aim Windshield Headlights Wiper,Replace Blades Bulbs _.. !J I ESTIMATES ON BRAKE WORK : PAINT & BODY SHOP CO., INC.BAKED .
Vi Mile South of Orange Park High
On Standing (State Road 21)) -ii i! ENAMEL .LACQUER LUCITE:
JAMES JACKSON I:I. 1I' OXtCBMHIN_ .iiiii.II.' I;.I I 1 1I I,

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742 S.LANE A VE. PHONE 781.9677't m't .iii I 6417 ROOSEVELT_ Ph. 387-4448 Iff 8985 Normandy Blvd. Phone 786-2375
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PAGE 8 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


I Hawaiian Luau Slated May. 8

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Jax-Amidst a royal Ball, and according to
feast of papaya juice and General Chairman Betty
tropical delicacies, King Andersen, there is a strong 1E
Kamehameha will reign in possibility that it will t r rt r--
island splendor over the become a permanent
May 8 Luau now being annual affair.Beginning.
prepared by the at 7 p.m.
Jacksonville Officer's guests will arrive and be !!
Wives Club. greeted with Hawaiian
This is the second time hospitality by two lovely
that the Luau has replacedthe wahines. Happy Hour will _
traditional Magnolia ---Mrs. An .mn---- commenceat that time and
last until 9, with a buffet of i
barbeque beef, chicken
Wt Trade for Anything and other island dishes
i From BIHie Coat to Battlethlpi!
served between 8 and 10.
.
Following dinner, the
luau gathering will elect
the 'King' from among the
commanding officers
,,, x SPECIAL DISCOUNTS present, and a special hula
V ?' .MVi r"io MILITARY and CIVIL SERVICE Personnel l dance will be staged for his
Ida's- *Largest'-awY 24'Wi- /d i iEer entertainment.Dance .

.. .: music will be
The Original provided by Charlie Jay

St. Johns Mobile HomesRepresenting and his 1 a.m.Royal Further Hawaiiansuntil in- -- .....- -$ ..-

27 ManufacturersUS formation may be ob- FOR SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE Frank Hall receives the
HIGHWAY 17-GREEN COVE SPRINGS,FLA. tained by calling Pat Navy Achievement Medal from RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr.,
CALL 264.3301 (DIRECT JAX LINE Mosman at 7716136. commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, in recognition of his outstandingwork
at the Com Fair Jax Supply Department during the past year.

Marine Sergeant HonoredFor

STEAK HOUSE1JtJJlI'UJ

ir 712Gtz/z4 2509 384.3881IS BLANDING BLVD. Combat AchievementsJax

SSgt. Charles C. Park, Nov. 23, 1969 to Nov. 3, 1970.
NOW SERVINGBREAKFAST Jr., received the Navy SSgt. Park was initially
Achievement Medal with Combat assigned with the avionics night
'V' Friday from LtCol. L.E. crew, but later worked with the
Blanchard,MATSG commandingofficer. Quality Assurance Division and
the Maintenance Control Section.
k. The Aviation Electrician 'A ......-_.....__._............
School instructor distinguished
himself while serving as an
FROM A.M. TO 11 A.M. aircraft electrical systems
technician with Marine Attack
,, BREAKFAST 24 HOURS Squadron 311, Marine Aircraft
O Group 11, First Marine Aircraft
66" .,, .. Denny Moran RESTAURANT Wing in connection with combat
6 .r 6111 BEACH BLVD.721-3461 operations against the enemy in
the Republic of Vietnam from t




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BOATING BUG ? In each area SSgt.,Park'he worked
tirelessly and with meticulous
attention to detail, ably coordinating
the diverse activities of
the many maintenance sections
within his squadron,' accordingto
the citation.
v lie also constantly ensured the
Sit in i theSkipper's availability of fully equipped
aircraft to carry out emergencyair
support missions.

Seat When a guy claims a gal is cold
he should remember that so is
dynamite until,you start fooling
now with a around with it.

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12% Interest (Annual Percentage Rate) INCLUDES Credit Life Insurance.

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Comptroller Department AnalystIs fl h1 A u rtT Y tf:




Outstanding March Civilian k

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The Civilian of the Monthaward
Jax- procedures for
improving their 'There is one singular quality
which recognizes thestation's
effectiveness and efficiency. that she brings to her job and to
outstanding employee
She won an outstanding people with whom she works,'
for March goes to Marjorie W. performance rating and a quality stated theletter.'She cares about r ,
Mattingley, a financial systems salary increase in April 1969 for both to an unbelievable extent
analyst at the Comptroller'sDepartment her outstanding work. According She constantly switches betweenthe
She was selected to letter of nomination from her roles of helper, teacher,
from three nominees for the division she has reduced a supervisor, peacemaker, morale .._
award. mountainous backlog of unprocessed builder, sheriff and friend ...
Assigned to the systems public vouchers and, whatever the situation requires. Ki :
division, Mrs. Mattingley more recently,provided the hard Mrs. Mattingly was a \
analyzes financial data systems, work, ideas and encouragement, unanimous choice for the Civilian
including interface between sub-- to a task force set up to purify of the Month award within her
systems, and develops Navy Stock Fund ledgers. division.

Other nominees for the award ,. .
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NARF To Hold Seminar were Lucile D. Hubbard of the ACHIEVEMENT CHECK Lt. (lg| ) Douglas Barky, assistant
I Public Works Department and military personal officer, presents Harry Williams a $150 Superior
On Value EngineeringJax Cary R. Crews of the Supply Achievement Award for his oustanding work at NAS Linen and Sup I
Department.Jax ply, Williams has been at NAS Jacksonville for 29 years.
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The Naval Air Rework conducted. by instructors from
Facility will host an executive the Army Management Merit Promotion Interest Encouraged ISSa3B

seminar in value engineering for Engineering Training Agencyand
local top level government will be under the auspices of -The continued interest of applications for these positions at the Rating Branch, Ext 2320,
executives here Tuesday.The the Office of Civilian Manpower all civilian employees in the any time. Announcements Employment Division, Civilian
Management, the Naval Air Merit Promotion Program is covering the requirements and Personnel Department to inquire
will be oriented
meeting Systems Command,and the DOD encouraged. Almost every week details for filing applications for about positionsIt
toward top managment interestin Value Engineering Committee.The there are new opportunities for specific positions are widely is possible that Merit
the money saving aspects of a planned seminar will promotion for civilian em distributed. However, employeesmay Promotion Announcements have
well organized Value provide an intensive review of the ployees. not see copies of all announcements been posted but have been
Engineering Program and will current 'state of the art' and an Many positions advertised even though they inadvertently removed from one
provide attendees an opportunityto open forum discussion, by under the Merit Promotion have been posted on the official or more bulletin boards. New
analyze and discuss their rolesin the bulletin board in their work issued this week
eminent VE specialists, on Program are on 'open con area announcements
VE administration.This practices and use of this tinuously' announcements, which at least once a week. They are are: Announcement 43.71 for
executive's seminar will be management toot means that employees may file also encouraged to contact the Supervisory Fiscal AccountingClerk
Employment Office,Ext 3448. or GS-5014.

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Robert Stevens, Jr.,Theadte T. Miller, Jr, Donald J. Kane,
officer. Wilford E. Cocbran,
Peter P. Meclewskl, Saturday 2:30
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Lucas, John E. Lind FAMOUS
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CLIPPER-SILVERLINE at 7:30:
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MERCRUISER Sat. at 2:30:

STERNDRIVES PRICES Sun. at 5:30:
ALL SEATS
MERCURYOUTBOARDS

........,... RESERVED AUTICKITSNOWONSAII AT COIL
(ToI Included) SCUM JAX CIVIC
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AUDITORIUM.HUMMING
EXPERT j $450$$400 PACK.
TICKET OWCE.C.
REPAIR [ PENNEY CO.-
SHOP I $350-$300 GATEWAY MAY
11 .h REGErtCV
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TRAINED FACTORY ; 221 $250 and SPECIAL
MECHANICS J SERVICES

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APRIL, 1971 CLUB SCHEDULES


ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

April 22 April 23 April 24 April 25 April 26 April 27 April 28



Rock The America's
Pirates Festival Dark Children'
ICE ICE ICE Lynard
2 p.m. Skynard Entry
Cove midnight




Beef Stew Mel Gaden Archie 'Drink of Breaded Happy
Shrimp
A eey-D ucey Cocktail Creole and his Leslie the Week' Pork
Lazy and Bar Chops 4:30.6: p.m.
Hour
Tommy Brooks
Club Whatevers
7.9p.m. Quartet Rythmn Vodka
Girls Fair

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CPO Ladles Night Fried Happy .
Tommy C Whatevers Prime Rib Happy Hour Chicken Hour
Club Ladles Drinks and the Fair Roast 5.7 p.m. Dinner 5.7 p.m.
Seminoles $1.45
Half- Price





Officers Beefeaters AmerIca's Champagne and Family Night Main Brace Noon italian
Night Children Buffet Open Buffet Night
Club Candlelight




CLUB HOURS
Valuable Wives' Information !

Pirates CPO Officers Acey.Ducey Support

Cove Club Club Club Available in Navy PamphletsWASHINGTON

Monday thru Thur

11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Weekends Friday 6 Saturday Your; A good Navy and benefits and services I
Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight 1 p.m. to 1 1:50: a.m. 11 a.m to 1 am wife helps herself to grow by provided Navy families) free

11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday b Saturday Weekdays Sunday being interested and well Informed (NOTE: STOCK PRESENTLY
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11 a.m. to. 1 a.m. Noon to Midnight on the Navy's missions DELETED); Tag Along to
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. and commitments as well as Europe (booklet with hints on
Sunday Monday thru Thur Chub world and national affairs, for in how best to follow the fleet) -
9 a.m. to Midnight 11 am to Midnight this way she can better un- $2.00; and Overseamanship (an
derstand her husband's job and aid for overseas tours free),
take pride in his contributions to Navy wives may also have

Open/or your convenience 6 am.-10 p.m.o the Navy. theirs put on the mailinglist
Travel GuidesGo To become better Informed on for the quarterly publication,

PICK-UP & DELIVERY Navy life, customs, and benefits, The Navy Wifeline Newsletter -
wives of Navymen are en- free. It contains up to date
D ROAD SERVICE on SaleSaturday couraged to write for information information for Navy families on

o MECHANIC ON DUTY pamphlets published by the Navy benefits, services, and pertinent
Wifeline Association, Building legislation.
Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS 210 Yard D.
Navy Washington,
C. 20390. !

BOB'S OAK HILL Jax The 'Military Travel Three new booklets are now Navy Finance
Guide', a booklet designed to available. They are: Guidelines
< preacquaint Armed Forces for the Wives of Commandingand
urncnSERVICE families with the duty stations to Executive Officers (revised) Opens HouseJax
35 cents Naval Social Customs
which they are being assigned, ;
CENTER will be on sale Saturday at the for Officers' Wives (revised) 25 -- The
Main Exchange from 9 a.m. to 2 cents; and Recipes for the Navy Jacksonville Navy

103rd & Jammes Road 771-9156 p.m. .Bride 25 cents.(low cost, easy, and tasty) Finance Office in

The books are being offered by Other available pamphlets Building 110 will

WfSGK W&m&X&XMtt&j the Jacksonville Officers' Wives include: Bluejackets' Mate conduct a one hour
j:; Club for a reduced price of $1 (customs and etiquette for wives 'Open House' Wed-
::: each. They contain information .
: \ of enlisted men) 25 cents;
'. BRAKE LINING :i: on 250 U.S. military installations, Launching an Enlisted Wives' nesday beginning at
'
;:) including travel instructions and Club (suggested activities and 1:30: to commemorateits
I 1 ::j phone directories for each base projects included) free; Sea ninth anniversary.

:; a ALL CARS 99 :: listed. Legs (the Navy past and present
::0. Autom.Adi 13 r;:

{:: Slightly Higher

:f..0!: SHOCKS 30,000 Guaranteed Miles Right now, you're only 10 minutes away

Lifetime Guaranteed ;

:.r: Includes 595 BALL 0099JOINTS from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain,

tis InstallationINSTANT All :
},r J I Lu J CARS :J

:: Including Parts Labor

:f:| I CREDIT ALL SIZE 12,000 Mile Guarantee (Where the Good Life is included in the rent.)

.f I NO DOWN PAYMENT FULL CAPS $$
::; LONG TERMS 8
WHITEWALLS Plus We have 6( six)
yes swimming pools. D Plus
2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville, Fla.
::> BankAmerlcard ADD$1.00 FET ..1 Shuffleboard and badminton. 0 With _,,,rxy"" 1'hone:781.3818:
:.:.f Master Charge EXCH. 43'.63' :,: congenial young neighbors to help enjoy them. RENTING HOURS
D All only one block from and :
golf
fr 6 cyl. 14.88 elementary school-with other schools, Shop.an .r Mon.Thru. Sat.:8:30-6:30: : ; Sun. 1-6:30:
TU IN F-l U INCLUDES :: ping centers and boating minutes away You > DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt Blvd..
: PARTS 1700 can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air Station turn right on San Juan-Continue past
:f LABOR 8 cyl. ::j In 10 minutes; downtown Jacksonville In 15. Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
: D Apartments have Individually controlled -turn left to apartments.
Co':), heating and air conditioning, carpeting, .
Dip PUIFF TIRE y draperies,and sliding glass door to courtyardor y
balcony. 0 And you move Into a 1 or 2 p "'
, ; COMPANY 1 bedroom! apartment today. Furnished or un
I It furnished. Mrw MA ;
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. : OPEN M MONDAY THRU SATURDAYi 120 LAGS 1 1IPo o't>
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I HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY IOmIW

Publisher I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

I, Movie Schedule

JAX AIR NEWS : Call: 388-2755

NAS Jacksonville : Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
I Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. B
LATWI NG E R I Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISING I I Published the following week unless the
/ publisher Is
Instructed otherwise. A check or
: money order for the full cost of the ad must be Thursday,April 22 Color comedy drama starring
received WITH the copy for the ad.
OFFICE Elliott Gould, Brenda Vaccaroand

4747 San Juan Avenue .: RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 NAS: 'COTTON COMES TO Angel Tompkins. 'R' G ((95
HARLEM' 'Color comedy mins.).
Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) SOC
starring Godfrey Cambridge and HOSPITAL: 'HELLO DOLLY'Monday
- = Raymond St. Jacques. 'R' G ((97
-----" ( mins.). April 26
FOR SALE OR RENT "" HOSPITAL: 'HOMER' Color

RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your 1163 FORD STA. WAG. drama starring Don Scardino and NAS: 'WHAT DO YOU SAY TO
,
EMPLOYMENTNAVY 3.Spd. PS, A-Cond.,
equity or let us rent home. Good Cond. $400.
REPORTING IN. Call or your drop by for 3841986. Tisa Farrow. 'GP' G ((91 mins.). A NAKED LADY?' Color

map or sales and rental list. Call comedy. Candid Camera Comedyby
WIVES Powell or Mills USN Ret. 2642411 CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS Friday,April 23 Allen Funt. 'X' ((90 mins.).
Have you office skills? we need ORANGE PARK REALTY 1H9 CHEVY NOVA V-8 HOSPITAL: 'I LOVE MY
stenos, typists, machine oprs. & clerks MILITARY. FREE NOTARY '307' CI D, 3Spd. Floor, vinyl top. Exc. NAS: 'MIDNIGHT COWBOY' WIFE'
for long or short assignments. We pay ORANGE PARK Cond. $1895 Color drama starring Dustin
you to work In our customers' offices. 2 BR., Apts., furn., unfurn., Dish
or 61
FORD MUSTANG Hoffman and Jon Vioght. 'R' E Tuesday, April 27
Kelly Girl washer Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth V.8, AT, AC, PS, PB all extras. $1825
((113 mins.
531 Fla. Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Apts., 771.1405 or 7713355. )).
Phone 354.0111 KAWASAKE HOSPITAL: 'COTTON COMESTO NAS : 'ALICE'SRESTAURANT'
350 cc. Needs work, $300.4SBUICK .
An Equal Opportunity Employer HARLEM' Color comedy
UNFURN.2 BR. BUNGALOWKit.
Equip., Rent $75. 7714324. Wildcat, V-8, AT, AC, PS, PB. $825. drama starring Arlo Guthrie and
SERVICE WIVES Call Ron Rohrer SATURDAY,April 2t Pat Quinn, 'R' E ((111 mins.).
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS Ext. 2431 or 387.5622 HOSPITAL: 'WHAT DO YOU
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or WE FINANCE NAS: 'HELLO DOLLY' Color SAY TO A NAKED LADY?'
1022 Park Street, 3547888. MOBILE
HOMESNICE 64 VW VAN musical comedy starring Barbra

New tires. $380. Streisand, Walter Matthau and Wednesday, April 28
HELP WANTED ASTROMOTORS Louis Armstrong. 'G' E ((148
Days, $1.75 per hr. Gator Recking Co. 6566 Normandy Blvd.
781.1369, call after 5 p.m. AMHURST TRAILER .mins.)). NAS: 'DARKER THAN AM-
12 x 60,4 BR,Unfurn.except Stove and 44 FORD XL HOSPITAL: 'MIDNIGHT BER' Color drama starrind Rod
Refrlg. $200 equity & assume Convertible,. Excel. Cond., Interior COWBOY' Taylor and Suzy Kendall. 'R' G
..... .. .., .. payments. 7716473. Excel, Going for $700 or best offer.
>"" "' < .y. >
mins.).
((90
Mrs. Whitley, Ext. 36953696.

MISCELLANEOUS. '.,-", '.<'" ........ v' ..... > .... ,.. .,' JUSTISSTRAILERPARK Sunday, April 25
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern MUST SELL HOSPITAL : 'ALICE'S

trailer and Apts. 3893007. 1968 GTO, Convert, speed Hurst on NAS: 'I LOVE MY WIFE' RESTAURANT'
PANASONICTAPE RECORDERAuto FOR SALE floor, Bucket seats with Console, MAG
mat. Reverse, Like new. $150. or 1962 Cree Travel Trailer. 17 ft. self. Wheels, reverb, 5,000 ml on polyglas
make offer. 387.1993 after 8. contained. Excellent condition $1500. fires,400 cu In. 4 BBL will accept best
7728394. offer by May 6. Ltjg E.J. Fromelt Ext.
1163 Cecll,7713520 Home. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
BEARADIOORTVANNOUNCER MO. HOME FOR RENT
12x60, 2 BR.. Patio, Private 12 acre
Recorded message by leading announcer lot Orange Park. 2648753. 55 FORD Vi-TON PICK-UP
tells how. Call hour. INC.
you any
With Camper, Electric Lights. $390.
,
3552944.
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE ASTRO MOTORS

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS Windsor 2 BR., with Tlpout. 5 min. 6566 Normandy Blvd.
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape from Cecil, A-C, Washer. Uti(!. Shed,
fenced lot, Exc. Cond. 171.5768.TRANSPORTATION. OLDS
At dealers cost to liquidate
stock.players.Full warrantyl I Phone 7710409.AIRCONDITIONINGSERVICE 2 dr. hardtop, Bucket Seats, PS., PB., THREE-70 VW Sedans $1995
AT., H & R, Tach. Good Cond. $795.
I Call 2644484 or 772-2111. Speed Transmissions, Radio and Heater. Choose your color

Auto AC, Room units, Central Units. 69 VW Sedan $1795Air
Repairs. Reasonable
Conditioned, Radio and Heater.
Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. 63 FORD WAGON
388.5161 Fairlane '500', R&H' $190. 69 VW Sedan
$1650Radio
4711 Palmer LakeShore ASTROMOTORS
6566 Normandy Blvd. .JA) and Healer.

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH 45 VW 68 VW Sedan $1395Radio
Wilford's Fish Camp 2649707. DEERSPRINGS
28,000 ml. on new engine, Hurst,
headers, heavy duty clutch, chrome and Heater, Rose Glow
GEORGE'S KENNELS reverse wheels, polyglas wide ovals, ESTATES
Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. flaired fenders. Exc. body & paint 67 VW Sedan $1395Air
$975 firm. Call Skip aft. 4:30. 7719141.
:
Pick up & Delivery Available. conditioned. Blue, Radio and Heater.
Grooming, Defleaing & Bathing. Keystone Heights
Aastercharge & BankAmerlcard 1967 CAMARO V., 69 Karmann Ghia $20754Speed
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 R&H, PS, 4spd., Trans. $1,000. 771- Mobile Homes
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. 7921. Radio and Heater, Redl
Clyde W. Simpson & Co
63 DODGE WAGON 68 Karmann Ghia $1795
FOR SALE Auto., trans., R&H. $260. REALTOR 356.6849
German Shepherds trained for ASTRO MOTORS Air Conditioned Speed, Radio and Heater, White.

obedience$100. George's& home Kennels.protection.389.0064.$75 to -----.......6566......Normandy.............Blvd........................................................ ; :::::.:L.:.:.:,:......... ,:.:;.:;::.;:.::;:.;:.' 68 VW Fastback $1750Air

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ALL conditioned Low mileage, 4-speed, Radio and Heater.

GIBSON FREEZER REFRIGERATOR COMBO JS AI.E p RACES TO 68 VW Fastback $16954.speed

14.6 cu. ft. 8 yrs. old. $45. 12'x3' Pool !
with no liner. $20. Full size Maple Crib I INEW Radio and Heater
& Mattress, Excellent Condition. $20.
Colonial Style Sofa Bed. $20.264-2688. NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES 69 VW Squareback $1995Automatic

& USED TV SETS :::::: transmission, Radio and Heater. Beige, Extra Sharpl
WHITE TOY POODLESAKC t:
REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
NEW & USED
Reg., 3887566. NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS :::;. 67 VW Bus $1595Deluxe

AIR CONDITIONERS t:: White R&H.
Hrs.9 a.m. 7p.m. Come In& Browse :::::
REAL ESTATECASH 69 VW Bus $2395
FURNITURE CO.
WESCONNETT Radio and Heater.

5174 WESCONNETT at 103rd 771.0750IIOWSUSWIICOMIO .........,............ ....."................,..

We buy,sell,and trade! equities m:<::W ::::r!}*,;=,. ",:-c: .. ;-- .j Jacksonville's; Most

Louise T. Bailey
771.3605 Broker Complete Selectionof



Black Creek'HIDDEN, Canal WATERS'or Lake lots THE Used VWrs!
available. Excellent fishing, boating,

permanent swimming. home Mobile area.Home High area., wooded Also i Most all years & styles to choose from !

lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake i .......".................,......"........"......,............"...."'.....,.................,n
Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992.
-Nautical Chart Outrigger Nautical War
Paint >Fish Boxtt.p Burgee Jacktti &
SALE +
HOME FOR
>SMl *Table Wear IVINWOI i
Well located. 3 BR., 2 full Baths, Fla. *Hardware
Rm. Central Heat & air. Fenced yd. & Repair Materials .Acceuort Other Goodl WESTSIDE

patio. Many extras. 772.8327 for WET STORAGE'MARINE HOIJTS'HULL SERVICE-YACHT BROKER
details. EXPERT ENGINE IIRVICE-OUTBOARD, STERN-DRIVE. INBOARD
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS CANOES and TRAILERS

SEGRAVES VOLKSWAGEN INC.
-"'" < RENTALS bisftf MARINA ,

X&v ROOSEVELT BLVD it ORTEGA RIVER _ 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781.5511

2BR.HOMEAll PMM.I JSCkSMNNaIloddo OPEN DAILY 8 T08:30-SATURDAYPM 8TOS

Furn., '/? acre land, Out Blanding Plw M rtnchlMd Marina. Phon Jt7.ibs OPEN SUNDAY SUNDAY 1 T06

DaOff Blvd..Poik, 2 mi.-Ave from\ -2 45030 Orange,**.Park..'-- .H.S..'. .. ".'. ,, ...:..:- ........,............tOUt.... ......1 .- .. .... ." .- . II '. .. -



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I Check Credit Union Supplies Service I Jax Reenlistment Corner I I



: Cashing .. Jax Seven reenlistmentswere

i reported here this week.

I Jax You can now cash your as well as military ID or station They are:
f paycheck at Jax Navy Federal pass, in order to use this service, ,. : ...;....;: .I" ... Sgt Gary G. Belnap of the
: ;.. .
Mr. Athearn emphasized. 'It ...'.', Training
Credit Union. Don R. Athearn, .: '.' Marine Air Reserve
credit union general manager, members have lost their mem .......:...,. ..;, Support Group. lie reenlisted for
announced that the NAS bership cards, the credit union six years and is presently
Jacksonville office of the credit will provide duplicates on the working in the Personnel Sectionat
union will cash members' spot with a minimum of delay MATSG where he has been

paychecks beginning this week Regular credit union trans- .:.., stationed since January
It will not be necessary to actions will continue to be ',.i. l..T:..... \ ADJC Daniel E. Neumann of .
A.F
handled in the cashiering .. his third .
orderto
transact other business in : VP-16. It was e4r'
.r. cash your paycheck. department at Bldg. 39. Only .. .'. reenlistmentSD2 .
t Paycheck cashing is another paycheck cashing and new .'\ ',; Amadeo C Jiminez of VP5. -
free service provided by the credit memberships will be handled at His four year shipover earned ,: '
:, Union for it's members. Only the paycheck windows. Set.BM2 Btlnap him a sizable VRB and, when ADJ-'C Ntumann I
credit union members cash will give him 16 yearsof
may completed ,Ii','..::-;--
their paychecks; however, Students naval service. .' : ,

arrangements have been made PREP SFl Charles P. Lathrop, ,J.
for members to the
new join He
station master at arms.
credit union at the paycheck May Register shipped over for four years and is
windows and then have their to
scheduled to report
checks cashed immediately .
Washington in September for
New members must make an Until April 30Jax Divers Salvage Training.
r initial deposit of $5.00 and a
pay A03 Dean E. Schroeder of
25 cents membership fee in orderto The Education Service He
the Weapons Department
join the credit union. Office, Bldg. 200, is accepting extended his career by six more
The new service will operate on registrations through April 30 for
paydays only,in the wing of Bldg. Florida Junior College's Pre- years.. BM2 Noel R. Deakin of the
39 formerly occupied by the bank. Discharge Educational Programfor Naval Rework Facility. lie was
Paychecks may be cashed at servicemen and women who in for an additional six
sworn
other times at the regular credit have served at least 180 days of .

union cashier windows. active duty.Courses Noel Deakin years.AEC C. E. Fincher of Air SD2 Jlmlnti I
'Members must have their are offered free of Maintenance
credit union membership cards, charge Monday through Thurs Department.Operations Four years has
from 7 to 10 at
day evenings
his
Y been added to career.
Hangar 1000, Room 235. PREP
Take your babyto offers a high school equivalency r -..--._. ,-.,.-
diploma and courses of a .
remedial or refresher nature
preparatory to college or other

training programs. 3

a specialist.WE .
Chief: 'I've been told that you
MAINTAIN IT were drunk last night and were
WITH LOVING CARE seen pushing a wheelbarrowdown k .--,.., '. I ISF1
TOM BUSH Volkswagen Second Street. ",
AN: 'That's true, sir.'
eqees9aaiz Chief: 'And where was I all that
time?'
9850 Atlantic Blvd. sir.' AEC C.E. FincherORANGE Lathrop
AN: 'In the wheelbarrow,

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...and their dependents and guests upon presentation of ID card. WistsldiSouthsidt Arlington 1044 University, Blvd. 725-1111 Bill Hornberger
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WEEKDAYS

GALLEY NO. 1: Breakfut.6 1
to 5:30: p.m. Sandwich line served to et 7'3:dinner a.m.; lnner.11 a.m. to 1 p.m.e Supper I
P GALLEY only.
NO. 3
Supper.S to 6:15: p.m.: Breakfast Sandwich :30 to 7 a.m.; Dinner 111 a.m. to 12:30: p.m.i
line open ,In Winos 1 S and 6 at dinner only.

BOTH GALLEYSI Early EBKE as.6 N OHo 11:30
g. 12:30: p.m.; Supper 4 to 5:30: p.m. : : a.m.I Brunch.:30: am to
COM RATS prices: Breakfast'25'
? cents. The following cents; Dinner and Brunch.70 Cents Supper.SS
4 menu Is served at both galleys.

t q. Friday,April JJ DINNER-Chicken Soup Baked
BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried Smoked Ham, Pineapple & Raisin
F. Eggs to Oder, Scrambled Eggs with Sauce, Candled Sweet Potatoes,
Ham, Choice of Luncheon Meat or Snowflaked Potatoes Boiled
Pork S Fried Blackeyed Peas, Seasoned
F yY 'dHgme Potatoes, Turnip ,
Creamed Assorted Cake Greens, Hushpupples, Apple Pie.
Doughnuts| SANDWICH LINE..Chlll Dogs or A BOUQUET FOR THE QUEEN A beaming Margaret
DINNER--Manhattan Egg Salad Sandwich.SUPPERSubmarlne.
Chowder,Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches Clam, Sandwiches Christofferson accepts a bouquet of long stemmed red roses from
French Fried Potatoes, Butter Cream or Stuffed Green Peppers, Tomato Navy Exchange Officer Cdr. M. J. Oft after being crowned Navy
jA
: : : telShorn, Buttered June Peas, Sauce, French Baked Potatoes, Boiled Exchange Queen April 14. Miss Christofferson has presided over all
Pie. Navy Beans, Buttered Spinach, Apple events connected with the Sliver Anniversary of the Navy Exchangeand
tip ,1 1 < or SANDWICH Grilled Hamburgers.LINE-Grllled Cheese Pie. will also be present at the Grand Opening of the Budget Store

SUPPER-Baked Beef 8. Noodles, Tuesday,April{ 27BREAKFASTHot today at 10 a.m.Check.
Fried Flounder, Tartar Sauce. par Oatmeal, Fried
sley Buttered Potatoes, Polonnaise Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef
on Toast, Baked Pork and Beans,
Cauliflower, Seasoned
Green Beans,
French Apple Pie. Choice of Luncheon Meat or Pork Car Hoses RegularlyTo
Sausage, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.DINNERMlnestrone .
SaturlSyAprIl24 Soup
Steamship Round of Beef, Natural
yraw.c Eggs BREAKFAST-Hominy to Order, Grilled Hot Grits Cakes, Fried with Gravy Whipped Potatoes, Okra & Prevent MalfunctionsWASHINGTONWhen's
Tomato Juice, Buttered Whole
2 axk# Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or Kernel
Bacon, Hash Corn, Apricot Pie.
J. 4r Browned Potatoes,
pas : Minced Beef, Fruit Filled Snails. SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheese the hose with cracks cuts
or Grilled Hamburgers.SUPPERSlmmered Any ,
: 'i Breakfast BRUNCH-Fried Meat or Eggs Grilled to Order Ham., Corned Beef, last time you personally inspected or tears where the fabric is

> y, fk burgers, French Fried Potatoes, Swedish Meat Balls O'Brien Potatoes, the hoses in your exposed.
nS St Baked Beans, Fruit Filled Snails, Buttered Squash, Seasoned Snap automobile? Any hose which has any bump,
Dutch Apple Pie. Beans, Apricot Pie.Wednesday.
SUPPER..Chicken Rice If you are like most car owners, bulge, knot or blister.
Roast Turkey Log Snowflaked Soup ,April 21 you usually leave that job up to Any hose which is kicked or

: Potatoes, Cream Gravy, Bread BREAKFAST.-Chllled Plums, the service station attendant, collapsed.
.. Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled French who, more often than not, does
Beans, Dutch Apple Pie. Ham or Bacon, Hash Browned an RMA recommends hose
Potatoes, Minced Beef Glazed adequate check.
if these conditions
replacement
Sunday,April 25 Doughnuts. The Rubber Manufacturers
: BREAKFAST-Chilled Figs, Chilled DINNER-Chlcken Gumbo Soup, Association (RMA) recommendstwo exist:
Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Hot Roast Turkey Sandwiches
for all
procedures inspecting Localized of
areas softness
Grilled Minute Steaks, French Toast Snowflaked Potatoes., Cranberrywith ,
Maple Syrup,Choice of Luncheon Sauce, Harvard Beets, Seasoned types of hoses used on your car-a stickiness hardness or brittleness.
Meat or Pork Sausage, Assorted Succotash, Boston Cream Pie. visual inspection and a manual Movement of the hose in

Danish Pastry. SANDWICH LINE-Variety Meat inspection.The relation to the fitting, clamp or
Sandwich or Grilled Cheese.
BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order,
Grilled Hamburger or Breakfast SUPPER-EI Rancho Stew or Baked RMA says evidence of any coupling with application of
Meat, French Fried Potatoes, Baked Meat Loaf, Buttered Egg Noodles, of the following conditions duringa gentle forces (pull, side to side or
Beans, Assorted Danish Pastry, Simmered Pinto Beans, Buttered visual inspection should be rotational.)
Pineapple Pie.SUPPERVegetable. Asparagus, Southern Corn Bread, cause for replacementAny Lack of sufficient slack to
Boston Cream Pie.
Soup Grilled hose that leaks which
u_ .....nu....... Beef Steaks, Fried Onions, Franconla permit maximum relative
Potatoes Seasoned Peas, Harvard cannot be corrected by tighteningthe movement of the two hose ter.
VIETNAMESE BUNNY Mayo, Beets, Pineapple Pie.Monday clamp. minals.
who posed here in a recent edi

tion received more mail than ,April 24BREAKFASTChllled HOME/: I
she could! handle. "I'm trying to Orange ,
answer all the wonderful GIs Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled
before I move," says Bunny, Hot Cakes, Maple Syrup, Choice of MOTORS & CYCLES CO
now a naturalized U.S. citizen. Pork Sausage or Bacon, Lyonnaise 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
Where's she going "Pressing Potatoes, Assorted Cake Doughnuts, PHON 771-8244

matters," she said, but no forwarding *
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1 v 1)) Babe Ruth wore number 3 1.r Pin Pals 21-19 ..525Leprechauns
. for the Yankees. Who Bowling 21-19 .525
t wears it now?
: T. 2)) Eddie Shore was a star in American League ComFairJax 1 21-19 .525
Tweets 19.21 .475
. what sport .
: 3)) The scourge of tennis in the Faid Folk 18.22 .450
j 20s was known as "Biff ComFalrJax 29-11 .725 HangOvers 15-25 .375
. Bill." What was his full E.Zephyrs 29-11 .725 Beer Cans 14-26 .350
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. name? R's Raiders 28-12 .700 Unmentionables 13-27 .325
t 5 4) Tex Rickard was associated Molar Rollers .641
251h.14'j King Pins 10-30 .250
I with what sport?
.. 6)) Who was the first player to Gold 24.16.600 Hospital C. 5-35 125
I ,. t hit a grand slam in the ; Hurricanes 22IJ.171J.564
World Series? 1 I II IIuI Submow V 22.18 .550 Atlantic League
( j C 6)) Who were the original Ney Bowlers 21-19 .525
( \ "Celtics?" Saw Bones 18 IJ.211J .462 Good&Bad 33-7 .825
n 7)) Who was baseball's first AFEES 18-22 .450 Alley Cats 29-11 .725
i \ commissioner AMD .410 Jokers 27.13 .675
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8)) Who held the heavyweight
championship the longest Tweekers 161h.231J .410 Gems 23.17 .575
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called the Black Sox? MarBar2 13'h.26tj.333 VR.5O 21.19 .525
10)) Who was the "Flying : Hospital 12.28 .300 Bees 20-20.500

Finn?" --- "--_._--_. .__.._------ Fumblers 9-31 .225 Chokers 191J.201h .488
Lt's+ 1 18-22 .450
ANSWERS SPRING CHAMP-Bob Reynolds (CL) receives winning trophy for Continental League
Margar 1 18-22 .450
the station Spring Cup Golf tourney from Assistant Recreation
UUflNioeeed Blue 16-24 .400
I 'su1pv S.PI-IOM Director Don Onstott. Reynolds won the handicap with a 135. Gary
I ((01 '6161 jo l\fPUU nvqanq Goettiker finished second at 136. Low gross shooter was Jim Kinder Hospital 27.13 675 Birds 16-24.400
at[; jo acneaaq 'xolaWtM.o.1hn with 144,while AI Miller finished second at 146. Seventy Wons 24-12 667 Eagles 1 15-25 .375
WO' a4J ((6 '6W1E61aof 1100'1 Wild Ones 24.12 667 Blocks 141h.251h.366
((8 'sipuvq uBunoft( Mesa NATTC 25.15 625 Green Backers 14.26 .350
.ua}{ a3prif (U, 'wva1 llggtalseqleuolssaozd { Links Title Play Set for MayJax )Hard Hats 21.15 583 Tumblers 13-27 .325
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0261 'uaSpcQ1 ;,suB3B{ suvjp Quacks 23-17 575
.ui 'mjms JawI3 ((9 uojouicud>> The annual NAS Jax Golf Club Championship Evildoers 201J.151J 5GB Jax Navy-Marines

snows/ gjj| ', ulxoq 11'8'911 Tournament will be held on the station's links on the Comm 20-16 556 AutoBahns 7.1 .875
((6 'U9PU1! hill' (G '(uoisog ;oXJduuoj Trainers 21 IJ'18tj 537 VP-45 6-2 .750
weekends of and
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| ) Xajpoq &3j ((3 'p JJn May Cleaners 19.17 528 '
"94 IBM jaqiunu aq; '
and retired military members of the station golf course Split Finders 16-20 444 Murray's Tavern 5-3 .625

MLS REALTORS with an established club handicap. Play will be 72 holesof Eagles 2 15-25 375La.y Ball Bearing's 5-3 .625

Acreage Homes medal play. Timers 13-23 361 Smitty's Grunts 4-4 .500
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Trailer Lots Entry fee for the tourney will be $2 per player. The Tars 13.23 361 The Met's 4-4 .500
Side Winders 12-24 333
WYNNE REALTY OF club championship will be determined by scratch play, Pirate's Tavern 3-5 .375

,' FLORIDA, Inc. however, awards will be presented to low net shooters. Knots 7.33 175 The Black Zeroes Shoes 3-5 3.5 .375.375

389-5514 Interested to at the National League
golfers are encouraged sign up Lightning Strikes 3-5 .375
4653 HIGHWAY Ave. Golf Club House prior to April 29. Hunters 32-8 .800 Sidewinder's 2-6 .250

Pin Benders 31.9 .775 ToothPatcher's 1.7 .125
Radar 17 28.12 .700

WESTSID! To get to the top,says a banker, 679th Ringers 26.14 .650 Golf
the place to start is at the bottom. 24.16.600
And also on the level. FlapJax 22.18 I .550 American League

NARTU 5-1
FICEUR 4-1
MARTD 3-2
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to 1 AL BONATI NAMTD 3V4-2V4

VP-16 3-3 I
Cordla ORGAN HORN Weapons 3-3

& VOCAL Hospital 2-3
PO'Chops 1-4
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SPECIAL RATES nf per person
FOR SERVICEMEN $6. double occupancy VW-4 7-1-

UPTQ14MI Entertainment nlttly, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dint at Blt r's Seafood VP-45 6.1
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T Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
pERGALLQN Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking. AirOps 5.1
Standard Comm 4Vfc-lVfc

Equipment includes : Reclining Bucket Seats FAW-11 2.3

White wall tires WheelcoversNyl6n carpets Cf JAEKSOimiE. mAU A-C MarBar Malnt. 2-4 2-4

Front disc brakes Tinted glassCARFORCAR MOTOR HOTEL 0& MOTEt FAETU 2-4
679th l-4/4
901 Main Street Phone 355.3744 ComFairJax 1-4

Within walking distance to all points of Interest NavFinOff 1-6
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67 MUSTANG.speed trans.,on.the.floor,V.8, Power steering,
R&H. S"5
47 OLDS CUTLASS 2-door hardtop. Fully loaded,with factory air S117Sit
TOYOTA CORONA 4-DOOR, Auto trans., tinted glass, R&H, WWT TONIGHT
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with wheel covers. S1250
48 CHEVY NOVA-DOOR. V.8,Auto,trans., R&H. S1275
48 FORD TORINO 01.V.8,Auto trans., Power steering, R&H. $1425
48 DODGE MONACO DOOR HARDTOP. Fully loaded, with factory
air "*"
48 BUICK SKYLARK 4.DOOR HARDTOP. Fully loaded with factory air,
S182S
48 VOLKSWAGEN SEDAN. Redl! R&H. *"?*
48 PONTIAC WAGON. Passenger.. Fully loaded. *!49S
69 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER. 4.Wheel drive. $2250
69 TOYOTA COROLLA 2.Door. S"2S
69 OPELKAOETTFASTBACK. S1425 1
69 MUSTANG. V.8, Auto trans., Air conditioned, Power steering Vinyl
top, R&H,WWT. "ISO
69 DATSUN WAGON. SU95' '
69 TOYOTA COROLLA WAGON. 51495' WINNING : :T.iii1.rIJACKSONVI
70, OPEL WAGON. S1695
70 TOYOTA COROLLA. S1595

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Jax Defeats FJC Kelley. Dental
and Rick Dillion,
Jax Navy Golf Hospital Three girls will also
The team take part in the
defeated the Florida Junior tournament
They
are: Rosie
Wheeler
College team in a close match 301 Mary Ann O'Donnell NAS:
307 last Friday on the NAS Roberta Kay ,NATTC and ,
course.The Jax team was lead by Hospital Kiedrowicz,
NARTU's Bill Bernier who had a
Net 69 to take low medalist and Jax Volleyball
Brian White, VW-4, with a 75. Team Wins Invitational

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The Jax Volleyball team '
won
NAS Bowling Team the YMCA Invitational

Volleyball Tournament this
The NAS Jax bowling team to week. past
They'll try to make it two hz b. ,
compete in the 6th Naval District row when
Mi,3 !? they travel to
Championship to start April 26 at Dade Jr. College this
NAS Pensacola will be made up weekend to compete in the
of: Pat Fischer VW-4; Terry Region Six tournament of the U.
Harding, Communications; Jim S. Volleyball Association
Cruthirds, COMFAIRJAX; Mike Championship.


Nartu Defeats Trafficvioiafions ; 'c ? .


Ficeur TuesdayNARTU's

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Von McClure got the
intramural league off to a fast
start by pitching a no-hitter Jax-The following is a reportof
against FICEUR Tuesday in the motor vehicle accidents and YOU DON1 RUN
season opener for both clubs. traffic violations for the period of FICEUR' Matt Mattwwt fouls off I pitch during game aga'nSt' BACK UP THERE NOW,
McClure struck out 12 and walked April 5-11. NARTU Tuesday. The game played at Mackroth field was the first 6f' YOU M16HT LOSE YOUR
2 in the 3-0) game.In the season In league play for both teams. NARTU. won the game 3-0 NERVECX / *
Number
of Accidents
other action Tuesday 679th behind Won McClure's no-hit pitching.
downed VW-4 10-0( ) in five innings This period 6.
under the ten-run rule, Communications This period a year ago 7."
Total accidents this year 77.
squeaked by
Dispensary 10-9, AFEES Total accidents through this S'S p- iec.e"'las Blanding Boulevard
defeated Weapons 17.13 and period last year 101. House of Quality/ Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center
Marine Barracks topped MATSG Total number of days since last Phone 77t 9223
injury in a motor vehicle accident
13-7. Every FRIDAY Night is
26. Every SATURDAY is

...., ., .. .,. ,.,.. Number of days since an injury Night FAMILY NIGHT
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last year at this time 36. Your choice of

STEAK Chicken &
Number of Viola tins 179
This period 63. Dumplings 79 ,
C/au uan Speeding 13. NIGHT
Reckless driving 1. Chopped Steak

Going through stop sign 5. 3 Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato Bread
( .and any 2 vegetables, and Butter
j9//// Other violations 49.
as Twenty-seven drivers appeared LUNCH 11 AM til 2PM DINNER4PMtil8PM ..
before the Traffic
I 5821 San Juan at Niblick Hearing Board on April 16.
Phone 384.4406 Disposition of the cases includedthe
following:
Eighteen lost driving and
..1, 2 and 3 BEDROOMS parking privileges aboard the
e GARDEN TYPE APART station for various periods; 10
MENTS were assigned to complete an
INDIVIDUAL AIR CON- eight-hour course in remedial
DITIONING AND HEATING
DRAPES FURNISHED driving; 7 received suspensions;
WALL TO WALL CARPETING 3 were given warnings; 2 were
LARGE SWIMMING POOLS dismissed; 7 were fined (U.S. ,

... ., .. ., ,. . Magistrate); and 0 were referred'
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Having a contact Barnett Bank is a little like going with the Captains daughter. .
He takes a very personal interest in your affairs.

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