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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Mayor Honors Navy Nurses .


-t. _.... .......,.,......"! Jox-Mayor Hans Tanzler presented a proclamation to two local Navfoiurses
Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock in his office. Ulr' >

The proclamation was Issued by Florida Governor Reubin ASkeW

41itZ \ declares the week of May 9-15 as Navy Nurse Corps Week throughout tin" !

\ ....... recognition of the Corps'63rd anniversary which Is today. 1

Nurses LCdr. Joyce Kearns and Lt. (jg) Shirley Bruner, both from the ,
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Hospital here accepted the proclamation from the mayor on behalf of the a6
50 nurses at the Naval hospital.The .

.,\)" proclamation notes that the Navy Nurse Corps supports the fleet by e"

t ,,,,, ? ;w maintaining the health of members In the Navy.
'Throughout the years and throughout the world' the proclamation reads, 'the
;;:. ',".- Navy Nurse Corps has served its country in the highest traditions of professional

excellence In time of peace and In time of national emergency.'

In January 1965, four Navy nurses were the first women In the U.S Armed
; Forces to receive Purple Hearts In Vietnam
"" N for Injuries suffered when Viet Cong
"' terrorists bombed their quarters in Saigon.

LCdr. Kearns served in the Naval Hospital In DaNang in 1967 and 1969.

PROCLAIMS NURSE WEEK-Mayor Hans Tanzltr presents a There are more than 2,200 Navy nurses on active duty, including four at the
proclamation issued by Governor Askew declaring this week as Navy Saigon Naval Hospital, and 50 assigned to the hospital ships USS Repose and
Nurse Corps Week to Nurses Lt.lg(| ) Shirley Bruner (m I and LCdr. Sanctuary which served off the Vietnam coast during the peak of the war but are
Joyce Kearns. LCdr. Kearns,a Vietnam veteran and supervisor of the now scheduled for decommissioning.Eleven .
Intensive Care Unit at the Naval Hospital ,here, accepted the
proclamation on behalf of about SO nurses at the hospital. Navy nurses survived 37 months of imprisonment by the Japanese in
World War JJ.

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Vol. 29 No. t 'Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville Florida.' May 13, 1971 RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., ComFalrJa,

has received orders to report to the staff of the com

mander in chief at Camp H. M. Smith near Pearl

: Navy Wives Information School Harbor, Hawaii where he will be deputy chief of staff for

Military Assistance, Logistics and Administration.


i OpenHere in June commander RAdm. Heyworth Fleet has been Air ComFairJax, RAdm. Heyworth
Scheduled to Jacksonville since November was assigned as Commandant of
1969.Capt.Vernon Micheel, his Midshipmen at the U.S. Naval
chief of staff since July 1970, will Academy
,; Jax-A Navy Wives Service Navy Wives at NAS OceanaVa. The first four-day class will replace him on June 4 and be in CapL Micheel, formerly
Information School will be last month. According to convene June 7 and will include command until a flag officer served as commanding officer of
established here next month to ComFalrJax Notice 1700,. the three hours of instructions each relief is designated-probably this the Mayport Naval Station and
provide local first-term Navy Information School here will also day. Thirty students will be reported for assignment here as
wives some answers to some of hopefully eliminate the lack of selected to attend. fall.RAdm.. Heyworth is a native of assistant chief of staff for
the more common problems they information and misinformationich The school will be maintainedby Chicago. lie graduated from Readiness in 1969.
t face in service life. VAdm.Townsend observed to the NAS Administration Harward School for Boys in A native of Davenport, Iowa
':""" The school coincides 'with be the one area of growing Department. Students.should be Chicago and attended the and a Science graduate of Iowa
VAdm. Robert L. Townsend's concern in all COL.,. id nominated from each station University of Chicago for a year State University, Capt. Micheel
'Prep School' established for echelons.Military command and their names before entering the Naval joined the Navy in 1940 and un-
-- .- submitted to the Admin per- Academy in June 1942. derwent aviation cadet trainingat
Heads Salute sonnel office He wears the gold wings of a Miami and advanced pilot
Some of the topics which will be naval pilot and the dolphins of training in San Diego.
taught by selected instructors the Submarine Service. Early in
from various activities Include a his career, he served aboard the Capt. Micheel has served
Armed Forces Day 1971 station command presentation, USS Finback (SS-230)) and from aboard the aircraft carriers USS
.. the husband's career, en- 1942 to 1945 he participated in Hornet, USS Kearsarge and USS
: ; SecNav titlements such as CIIAMPUS, nine war patrols in the Pacific. Boxer. lIe has attended General
.: \ medicare, VA schools, Ills submarine was credited with Line School at Newport R.I. and
.'.,. 'As we observe this special day In 1971,1 I think It Is Important for our people to scholarships, exchanges, com- sinking 100,000 tons of enemy the Armed Forces Staff College
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recognize the essential role of the men and women of our Armed Forces In the
I' life of our nation, to realize that It Is the dedication sacrifices of those In missaries and clubs; and ser- ships during that period. The in Norfolk. lie has commanded
uniform which helD to preserve the freedoms we all value and enjoy, and to vices provided by Housing Admiral himself was awardedtwo Fighter Squadron 43 and servedon
assure to every Soldier, Sailor, Airman and Marine the respect to which his Referral, Chaplains, Red Cross, Bronze Stars with Combat the staffs of Air Group 10 at
service to his country entitles him. Navy Relief, Legal Family and the Navy CommendationMedal Cecil Field and on the Joint
'The Navy Department Is proud of the vital part It plays In assuring the con.
tlnuatlon of freedom In America and the world. I ask that Navy and Marine men Services and Navy Wifeline. with Combat 'V' Chiefs of Staff for the Bureau of
and women at sea ,and shore everywhere today dedicate themselves to that The second class is to convene Prior to his assignment here as Aeronautics in Washington.
momentous mission and the citizens of the United States of America be duly June 21. Forthcoming Information -
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grateful for what our servicemen and women are doing for us and for those who -- -
come after us.' about the Navy Wives .. ,
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Information School will be in Jax ,
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John H. Chafee Air News. .' .
Secretary of the Navy : ':'

1- White House Dental Slates I It

t Today our nation pauses to honor the men and wo.nen of the Armed Forces. Oral
ExamsJax
i' For nearly two hundred years, our: fellow citizens have valiantly answeredthe
call to arms, defending the precious heritage of our civilization and giving
Dental
for
appointments
brotherly hand to other peoples of the world. As they have served us so well, It Is
; fitting that as a nation we are now engaged In a determined effort to serve them stannous bride treatments are
equally well; to raise their standard of living; to provide better homes and being scheduled at the station \
t. schools for their families to ensure that their assignments offer challenge and Dental Clinic for dependent t
satisfaction and the which hold In national I
; to reemphasize proud place they our
children, age, six to 23, whose
I. life.This Armed Forces Day 1971 provides an opportunity for all of us to extend to parents' or sponsor's birthday is
R them our appreciation, not only for their sacrifices but for their constant in May. ..
of freedom and the world. _
guardianship justice throughout Parents or sponsors may makean
: I loin with the American people In saluting all members, of the Armed Forces
and expressing to them our continuing admiration and respect. appointment at Ext 3504.
The superb response by Navy people to the demands of their profession In Each child will receive an
a peace and war, and the personal and professional challenges which they have examination, bride treatmentand ...
successfully met from the Eastern Mediterranean to the Delta of Vietnam and oral hygiene information.What's .
on the world's oceans are a source of justifiable pride to all Americans.Men .
and women of today's Navy,together with their comrades In arms In our
[ other armed forces undertake the difficulties, family separations and personal
hazards of service life'In a multitude of places around the world In order that our Inside?
countrymen may live in peace and security at home. By their/ dedicated
I professional service they have earned In full measure the support and ap Menu page 2
predation of a grateful nation.

Movies page 11

Richard M.Nixon Sports page 15,16
President/ RAdm. Heyworth Capt. Micheel



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MONTHL Y CLUB SCHEDUIES



MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY May 17 May 18 May 19

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Pirates Phil Cay Phil Cay and Soul his Th Guiding L y nard Chantels and the Entry Dark
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Ace".Duce1J Cocktail Met and Gaden his Jimmy Leslie the Week' Choplet : pr'm.

'J Hour Strickland I andWhatevers Bar '

Club ,7.9pm. Rhythem Vodka ,
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CPO New York The The" .Steamshlp Round Roast. 7. Happy Hour

Strip Four Four and Loin of L asagna' :.31.6:30! :
$1.55 .
Steak Clubs Pork p.m.
Club Clubs Fried Chicken -
$2.95 Buffet $1.55 ':;...:
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Seafood Nurse Corps :
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Special Anniversary Luncheon italian
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Officers Beefeaters end st.Johns Family Night Closed A La Carte .: NightClub

Night Happy Hour Room and Buffet '. Menu

4.6 p.m. Charlie Jay .,i, :- .

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CLUB HOURS '


Pirates GPO Officers Acey.Ducey Support

Cove Club Club Club
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Monday thru Thur

11 I.m. to Midnight. Sunday thru Thursday Cloud Mondays Friday S. Saturday Your;
Friday 11 I.m. to MIdnight 11 I.m. to 1 I.m.
Tuesdaythru Friday WEEKDAYS
11 I.m. to 2 a.m.
FrIday S. Saturday 11 a.m.to 1..m. Sunday
Saturday 11 '.m. to 1 '.m. Noon to Midnight GALLEY NO. 1 It: Breakfast-6 to7:30: a.m. Dinner-11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Supper4to
f I.m. to 2 I.m. Saturday a Sunday 5:30: p.m. Sandwich line served dinner only.
Monday thru Thur dub GALLEY NO. 3t I BreaMasf-5JO to 7 a.m.1 Dinner a.m. to 12:30: pm.;
Sunday 11 Supper to 6:15: p.m. Sandwich I line open In Wings 5 and 6 at dinner only.
a.m. to MIdnIght
C I.m. t.o MIdnight WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS

BOTH GALLEYS) Early Breakfast-6:30: to 8:30: a.m. Brunch-7:30: a.m. to
12:30: p.m.; Supper to 5:30: p.m.
COMRATS prices: Breakfast cents; Dinner and Brunch-70 cents; Supper
cents. The following menu Is served at both galleys. .- .




ww Friday,May 14 SUPPER-Spaghetti with Italian I
BREAKFAST--Hominy Grits Meat Sauce & Meatballs, Pizza Pie,
Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order, Toasted Cuban Sticks, Parmesan
Grilled French Toast with Maple Cheese, Broccoli Spears, Seasoned
n. Syrup Home Fried Potatoes, Green Beans, Blueberry Pie.
Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted Danish

Pastry. Tuesday,May 11BREAKFAST.Cooked
DINNER-Oyster Stew, Deep Fried Farina,
PROTESTANTNAVAL Fish, or Baked Meat Loaf, Tartar
Chilled to
Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs
AIR STATION Sauce, Brown GravyBaked Macaroniwith Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash, Soft-
Cheese, Boiled Pinto Beans,
SUNDAY Hard Bolted Eggs, Choice of Bacon or
Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Banana Ham, Creamed Dried Beef, Cake
w Holy Communion-8:30
: a.m. at Cake with Vanilla Icing. Doughnuts.

All Saints Chapel. Church Schoolall SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheeseor DINNER-Cream of Tomato Soup,
( ages) 9:30 a.m. at Chapel Grilled Hamburgers. Chicken Cacclatore, Snowflaked
SUPPER-Ginger Pot Roast,
Annex. Divine Worship 10:30: at Beef, Natural Gravy, Frenconla or Potatoes, Hot Baking Powder
Biscuits, Sauce, Okra &
All Saints' Cranberry
Chapel. Potatoes, Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered
Tomato Jumbo, Seasoned Green
Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. June Peas Banana Cake. Beans, Yellow Pound Cake.

24 YEARS OF SERVICE Navy Wives Club of America, Jax M, High) 10:30: at Chapel Annex. SANDWICH LINE-Ham & Cheeseon
Junior and senior Rye and Simmered Franfurterswith
celebrated their 24th anniversary Friday with a luncheon at Compton youth Saturday,May 1J Sauerkraut,
Halt. Guest of Honor at the event was Capt. W. J. Pressler Jr., commander Fellowship::30 p.m. at Bldg. 722. BREAKFAST-.Hominy Grits, SUPPER-Baked Veal Loaf, Brown
Evening Worship- 7:30: p.m.. Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs Gravy, Noodles,
Fleet Air Wing 11. Gathered with him as he helps Club to Order, Buttered Egg
at small Chapel. Scrambled Eggs with Chese, Seasoned Greens, Boiled Pinto Beans,
President Barbara Howard cut the birthday cake are Mrs. John R. Choice of Luncheon Meat
or Pork Yellow Pound Cake.Wednesday.
Klncaid (I), Mrs. Pressler (r),and Maria Bennet ((2nd from right) Tuesday Sausage, Baked Pork &" Beans,
Senior Choir Rehearsal p.m. at Assorted Cake Doughnuts.

Bldg 750 and Christian Science BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, ,May If
Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. fast Hot Roast Meats Pork Sandwiches| or Break. BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried
,
NAVALIIOSPITAL, Chilled ,French Fried Potatoes, Eggs to Order, Minced Beef on Toast
JTAX AIR NEWS Divine Worship-10 Cake Apple Sauce, Baked Beans, Hash Browned Potatoes, Choice of
a.m: Doughnuts,
Peach Shortcake; Luncheon Meat, Pork Butts, Assorted
NATTC SUPPER-Tomato Vegetable Soup, Cake Doughnuts.
Divine Worship-11 a.m. at Bldg. Mashed Barbecued Chicken, Barbecue Sauce, DINNER-Vegetable Soup, Pan
Potatoes,
500 Cranberry Sauce, Roast of Pork Loin, Brown Gravy,
The JAX AIR, NEWS, (I. a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Seasoned Carrots, Southern style Snowflaked Potatoes, Mashed Sweet
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Whipped Greens, PeaCh Shortcake with Potatoes, Apple Sauce Seasoned

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a CATHOLIC Topping. Lima Beans, Buttered Corn of the
private firm. AH Copy submitted use (In the JAX AIR NEWS Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St.Edward's Cob, Banana Cream Pie with topping.

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs( Offict. Box Z, NAS Chapel. Sunday Mass Sunday,May U SANDWICHLINE-Grllled Cheeseor

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Eggs"KFAST-Hot to Order, Grilled Oatmeal Hot Fried SUPPER-Beef Variety Meat Sandwich.SukIyaki or Fried

Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Monday.ll a.m., Tuesday with Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon Cakes, Liver and Onions, Steamed Rice,
3119. through Friday 11:30-: a.m. Ham, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Baked or Pickled Beets, Buttered June Peas,
Saturday Confession 10:30: and Pork S. Beans, Assorted Danish Banana Cream Pie.Thursday.

"Every thin,' advertised (In this publication must be, made 11:15: a.m. Pastry.SUPPER-Cream of
Potato
available for purchase, use patronage without regard to race, NATTC Country Fried Steak Brown Gravy Soup,, ,May 20BREAKFAST..Homlny

creed, color, national orlln'or sex of the purchaser, user, or Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m., Bldg. Beans a ButtteredoMixed Navy Grits
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal 500 Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggsto
will result in the to Strawberry Shortcake with Whipped Order, Choice of Ham or Bacon,
opportunities by an advertiser refusal print Garden Topping. Grilled Pineapple Hot Cakes with
advertising from that source." Circle Maple Syrup, Baked Pork and Beans
:. Assorted Danish Pastry.DINNERTomato .
Monday,
Advertisements are solicited by the put"h", and queries Meets Here BREAKF AST-Hominy May 17 Grits, Fried Platter Rice Soup, Cold
of Sliced Ham, Bologna
concerning such should be directed to: :, Maple Eggs to Syrup Order, Choice,French of Pork Toast with Salami, Luncheon Meat, Cheddar

1 Jax-The NAS Ladies Garden or Luncheon Meat, Sausage Cheese, Cold Potato Salad, Hot Baked
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Baked Pork &
Beans,
Chlled Tomatoes, Blueberry
Circle meets tomorrow at Beans, Pecan Rolls.
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla, 32210 a.m. at the Officer's 11:30: DINNER-Ch es. Soup Yankee Pie.:
Club for a Roast of Pot SANDWICH LiNE-GrIlled Ham &
Beef,
Telephone 388.2755 luncheon. At that Natural Gravy, Cheese
time they will Scalloped Potatoes, Buttered or Tuna Salad Sandwiches.
Spinach
install newly appointed club Cream Styled Corn, SUPPER-SWISS Steak with Tomato
VOL. 29 NO. 8 MAY 13, 1971 officials. SANDWICHINEGrilled Blueberry. Pie! Sauce, Whipped Potatoes Club
burgers and Cheeseburgers. Ham Spinach, Buttered Mix Vegetables,
Blueberry Pie.



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From Corsair i To Corsair I

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Ens. J. B. Morin was
photographed in his F4U 5 I
Corsair in 1950 aboard the USS 1
Wright (CVL 49)) during a
Meriterranean deployment.
I Nearly 6000 hours and 900 carrier
landings later, Captain J. B.
Morin is seen in his A7E Corsair
; II at NAS Cecil Field where he Is
assigned as the first Commander
UJI / r- r1 of Light Attack Wing One.
Captain Morin has enjoyed an
Better Ways..Guest speaker Mr. Smith talks to civilian personnel enviable career in naval aviation.
about better ways for equal employment opportunities. Receiving his wings in 1948 as a a
I Aviation Midshipman,he served ....
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EEO Sounds Off! with Attack Squadron Forty Fourteen From Corsair to Corsair..Captain J.B. Morin, Commander Light
Five Fighter !!-
; Training Squadron Comman.dInstnJctor Attack Wing One,is pictured here In 1950 when he was an Ensign,then
; as a ,and again today as a Captain flying the A7E I
the F4U-5 Corsair
flying
Thirty one supervisors at course instructors consisted of ; as Landing Signal
Cecil Field attended the super- Mr. Richard Parker, Associate Officer with Air Task Group One; Corsair I II I aircraft.Corsair to Corsair In 21 years.
visory training symposium en- Director of the CSC Atlanta Operations Officer in Fighter
titled 'Management Factors Regional Office Training Center, Squadron One Eleven;
Involved in our making Equal and Dr. Richard Smith, Operations Officer in Carrier Air
Employment Opportunity a Department of Counseling and Wing Nine; Commanding Of-
reality that is, give everyone an Educational Psychology of the ficer, Attack Squadron One Fifty
even break in all employment Georgia State College in Atlanta. Five; Commander Carrier Air g...... t Sk,
matters regardless of race,color, Could it be that Dr. Smith's Wing Seven; Commander of the
religion, sex or national origin. parting advice 'Be good to Atlantic Fleet Replacement Air
Participation was lively, and the yourself there's only one like Wing, Replacement Carrier Air
course was stimulating and In- you' made us want to hear more? Wing Four and now as Com-
teresting for the hole IX mander Light Attack Wing One.
hours. Seriously, we are sorry you To Captain Morin the pictures:
The excellent team of two couldn't all be there. represent the beginning and
conclusion of the aviator's dream
type operational flying career.
lie will be relieved as Com

Cut moving costs mander Light Attack Wing One ..nrn-rain'w.eMM1M "'"'u'r'r"'u"x..waa.+wwr.- ,..w...mrv .derara..4
by Captain D. F. Mow in July of
Move-it-yourself one-way or localIn this year. Captain Morin's next
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: ',.:1n v i il i e 14 i After 30 YearsJaxA
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Service Medal, the
Korean
final salute from the
Vietnam Service Medal and the
Ideboys and LCdr. Thomas Otis
United Nations Medal.
p w 'eh
Williams Jr., NATTC logistics
officer, was piped over the side M1 LCdr. Williams was stationed
( : with Attack Squadron 106 at NAS
erietti after nearly 30 years of naval
+ Cecil Field prior to reporting to
/ / service Capt. John E. Kennedy
in 1968. He
NATTC Jax May
commanding officer, conductedthe
claims his entire Navy career has
April 30.
ceremony
been most memorable.
LCdr. Williams has served
The personnel at the Naval Air
tours of duty with various air-
itrl !
Technical Training Command
iiie
ii
--Tk ili,1i, s si craft squadrons, naval air would like to extend their best
stations, training centers and
tl tlit.tlt
i LCdr. Williams wishes to LCdr. Williams
t aircraft carriers, and he took an L.........,..... J.iif J.
active part in the Asiastic-Pacific !!!!!
it. Campaign and the European- !!!! > STOCKS

War African II. Campaign lie also participated during World in !!!!!iii!!: > BONDS

the Korean Campaign and saw
jiMf MUTUAL FUNDSFINANCIAL
action in Vietnam. His awards >
include the Good Conduct Medal J1mJiii PLANNINGCol.

(fouth award), the American !

Defense Service Medal, the !iffif Col. Don White USAF
American Campaign Medal, the ( Ret.)
Eurpean-Afrlcan-Middle Eastern Jmm111!! 3544661249.3295
Correctional Self HelpMMCS Campaign, the AsiaticPacificMedal ::;::;;::;:;:;: R R with..
the World War II Victory i 1iim1m1ii Thomson & McKinnon Auchincloss Inc.
Alton Williams (I) and MMCS Donald Blizzard examine the Medal, the National Defense !!!!!! MCM6CRS NEW YORK STOCK EXOuuMjE
!!!!!!!
..... .. ... ........ .
Medal with star the ;:: j:
results of a 'Self HelP project at the NAS Correctional Center. Per- Service ::::: :: : : : : : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;
sonnel from the Center,working under the direction of Chiefs Williamsand
MMC Ronald Thornton,tiled the decks in the berthing area,which
consists of 3,920 square feet. In addition to giving the Center an overall S'S ca iec.erlas
brighter atmosphere, the tiled decks are a sanitation asset because Standing Boulevard
they seal the pore in the concrete foundation. House of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Phone Shopping 771 9223 Center

Every FRIDAY I Night is
Sgt. Kaul Selected Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT


Airman of the Month STEAK 179 Chicken Your choice of&

IGHT Dumplings 79

Jax-Sgt. Howard E. Kaul Jr., Leesburg, Fla. The couple I Chopped Steak
was selected as 'Airman of the currently reside in Green Cove
Month' for April at the 679th Air Springs. %:Lb. Club Steak with Baked PotatoUNCHnAMtil2PM ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter
Force Radar Squadron here., Sgt. Kaul's hobbies include ) DINNER4PMtil8PMAuto
lie was chosen on the merits of fishing, hunting and experimenting *
his outstanding job performance, with all kinds of
military behavior, and electronic equipment.
knowledge of military''subjects
and current events. -
Sgt. Kaul arrived at the radar
squadron in April 1970 from the

680th Radar Squadron, Palermo ., ...,....... "-
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AFS, Ocean City, N.J. He is ---
presently assigned to the Height
Finder Radar Maintenance
Section as a repairman.The .
21-year-old sergeant joinedthe
Air Force on Oct. 9, 1968. He
calls Richmond, Va. home while
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I [ Civil Service NewsCOOPERATION ] n





Workers



HonoredJax


Two of NARF's employees
t received 'Honorman'
I awards for error free work and
$1 one of NARF's engineers became
professional. The activity doesn't
stop there. The facility's 'Most
Senior' employees retired.
.
N Daniel R. Whiddon, production
engineering superintendent, was NARF 0' CONFERENCE (I to r) Capt. R. C. O'Loughlin, NAS
publicly recognized as NARF's Jax supply officer, and F. J. Hudgins, components branch supervisorat
'Most Senior' employee at the NAVAIR SYSCOMREPLANT, discuss a technical point during the
'f J "'",' Fourth Anniversary celebration conference, while Capt. D. H. Heile, NARF Jax commanding officer,
J' .f, d April 1. He officially checked out confers with Capt. L. I. Wood of components branch at NAVAIR.

: ,j. of,the Rework Facility May 7. SYSCOMHQ.
"" ,
: 6} p
Milton McKelvie, head of the
(I Ito r) Capt. Hell., NARF's commanding officer, Rework Facility's Value Air Station Hosts
witnesses Major Homer, Air Force representative giving a letter of Engineering effort, proved the
appreciation to G. E. Motes of NARF Customer Service. Florida State Board of
Engineering Examiners of his

Air Force Thanks NavyJax competence practice 'Professional and fitness to NARFs ConferenceJax

Engineering' in Florida.
Another example of Air Headquarters Oklahoma City Air -Last week a Condition 'G' Systems Command, Aviation
.,' Force and Navy cooperation has Material Area, Air Force The two 'Horormen' were Aviation Repairable Com Supply Office, Naval Air Systems
occured: at the Naval Air Rework Logistics Command. The communication Eddie L. Sams, packer in the ponents Conference was held at Command, among others.
Facility, Jacksonville, accordingto besides citing the A 93154 Shop of the Process NAS Jacksonville.At Complimentary commentswere
Capt. D. H.Heile,commanding 7D displacement gyros, canopy Division, Shops Department and the conference, steps were made about conditions
officer,and for this support effort actuators and other spare parts Herbert L. Davis, Quality taken to implement, as standard observed at Jacksonville, in-
the Navy has rated a sincere support provided by the local Assurance specialist, procedure for all NARFs, the cluding orderlines of shops and
statement of thanks from the Air Naval Air Rework Facility in (Aerospace),GS 9 in the Quality Jacksonville procedure for control centers, control exercisedover
Force.A conjunction with the Joint Engineering and Analysis return of F J units delayed for in I process work, respon-
letter of appreciation has Planning and Scheduling Group, Division of the Quality and material to 'G' condition in the siveness of production shops, and
been received from the A. 7D pointed out that 'highly efficient Reliability Assurance Department Supply Department. the cooperative spirit exhibited
(Skyhawk) Systems Manager at service' had been received. The conference was attendedby between NARF and local Supply.
representatives of all seven

I Supply Dept. Awards 13 Employees NARFs and their respective Student: "I-always drink lots
Supply Department, Naval Air of milk because my doctor says
.. \; Systems Command Represen- milk is a great bone builder."
Jax The Supply Departmentwas Mrs. Virginia K. Collins promoted from Property' tative Atlantic, Naval ,Supply .Coed head.: "Too" bad it's gone to
busy giving earned notice to received the beneficial Disposal Assistant, GS 5, to your
13 of its members. Six were suggestion concerning file cards. Property Marketing Specialist,
awarded quality increases and She received a $20 check after GS 7, in the Disposal Branch.
five received sustained superior taxes. Marge V. Katibah, Nettie S. in n nn
performance awards. There wasa The certificate of promotionwas Kicklighter Betty M. Maistas
promotion and a beneficial presented to Moses II. received quality increases.Three MILITARYAUTOMOBILEWill
suggestion too. Johnson Jr. Johnson was more quality increases were
presented to Lucille B. Mercer, 111 VP
Joyce S. Sell and Ruth H.

WJS !RE s Thompson.The Sustained awards. were superior presentedto performance LOW RATES-MILITARY EASY ALL RANKS PAYMENT& AGES PLAN

NEWEST and FINEST JCA'' TJ Maxwell L. Flander ClarenceC. Xerox Copies Notary Public
Hilton, Wilbur N. Wilkinson AMERICAN SERVICE MUTUAL INS. CO.
TOYOTA James B.Wiggins and Stephen R.
SALES ANtrsERViCE Price. All except Flander CONTINENTALINSURANCE
received $120 checks after taxes.
1971Gorolla Flander received a $160 check UNDERWRITERS
y after taxes.A .

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Sedan lous, undeserving man who has
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White wall tirosWhf'ckovf'fs Nylon carpets

r Front disc br ak< .Ti-tcd glass

The MOST for the LEASTI!

...and ALL top quality cars. (whim the Good Life is included in the rent)

55 CHRYSLER NEWPORT CUSTOM- HARDTOPI M25
'2 VALIANT V-200 4-DOOR. 6 cylinder, Auto., tran, R&H. This Is a We have '(yes six) swimming pools. 0 Plus
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perfect car,and Ilt'lllt I 1595 shuffleboard and badminton. Q with 2045 Jammes Rd.. Jacksonville, FI
"62 CHEVY 4DOOR. Auto trans., V-$, Power steering, R&H. Drives and congenial young neighbors to help enjoy| them. Phone: 781-3818
runs good I $525 o All only one block from golf and an I RENTING HOURS:
U FORD FAIRLANE "500' 2-DOOR HARDTOP. V.8, speed tran, elementary' school..with other schools, shop / Mon. Thru Sat.: 8:30-6:30; Sun. 1-6:30:
R&H. $105l ping centers and boating minutes ; A
You
away.
DIRECTIONS
:Out Roosevelt Blvd..
C CHEVY CAMARO 2.DOOR HARDTOP.Yellow,speed trans.,on-the- can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air Station turn
right on San Juan-Continue past
R&H.
floor 6 cylinder
51375 in 10 minutes; downtown Jacksonville in 15. : Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE. VI Auto. trans, Air conditioned,
Apartments
Q have
Individually
Power steering, R&H. controlled -turn left to apartments.
ut5
41 PLYMOUTH OTX 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Gold, '440' V 8, Auto. trans., heating and air conditioning carpeting, ,r.
Just cam.lnl For QUICK Sale. 51275 draperies and sliding glass door to courtyard
4* TOYOTA CORONA 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Auto. trans, R&H, WWT, or balcony 0 And you move Into a 1 or 2 c "
DeLuxe Wheel Covers.Very Nice. Reasonably priced only 51475 bedroom ,apartment today Furnished or unfurnished .
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': A ERNIE GROSE j (. :-: TAKE OUTORDERS-DINING ROOM KNOX ENCO SERYICENTER
s PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE/ CUT STEAKS
1948
Blanding Boulevard
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G>: Automobile insurance For Everyone : ; r te SPECIALITY! d Electronic Wheel Balancing

J;"', '..l.SAME DAY COVERAGE S4 .) _J'Sun, Thur HOURS 4pm: 11.JOpm G, Total Engine Performance
';I) : F Q v Friday 4pm 17.4am Analyzed Electronically
T.Ji RMMUTUAL AUTOMOBILE *
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Tuesdays Saturday
'r" Home Office 4pm 17 4Sam
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552 CASSAT AVENUE

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SERVICE"" a':" .Y to Choose fromlOpel A ZENITH COLOR BLACK A WHITE
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Mile South 01 HAS Highway 17.Orartjt Park Cole Slaw and Hush Puppies 9 AM too PM
Fast ServicetXcensed InspectorsOpen (
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VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR Ch.rfl'
ji; Includes All Labor< NEW HD Clutch t.
l03rd STREET FISH MARKFTFISHSHRIMPOYSTERS i -.. ALLSEDANS
; Mustang
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'lf ItSwims. Wr Have ft' !: co I
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/N SEASON $8 EXTRA 4118 PHILIPS HWY. 737-4366
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I/>Mile South of Or.nge Park Nigh' r rOn I \ .
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Q UICKMOBILE ,: MILITARY DISCOUNT I 111 Brand New 1971 Models

h ( Prices start(....
HOMES Domestic. & Foreign Ty1pqhe1tU% 3695.

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PAGE 8 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER

r VW-4's Capt. Siverly'"'"



Is King at JOWC LuauJax


More than $2,974 in to support the Navy Relief Fund
donations came from different Drive and provide crafts and
station commands for the hobby materials for Naval
4 Jacksonville Officers'Wives Club Hospital patients here. They also
4 / Hawaiian Luau Saturday night at help local Cub Scouts and the
the Officers' Club. Chaplains Department.
VW-4 raised the most money
and their commanding officer,
t! Cdr. Paul Siverly who per-
k : sonally grilled hamburgers and
+ hot dogs for his squadron to raise
y for the wives annual fund-
-- -- money
THE BIG EVENT of tht evening was the crowning of King DESTINATION MONTEGO- raising event was chosen to
Kamehameha, chosen from commanding officers whose command Proud winners of the free round reign over the Luau festitivites as
donated the most money to the JOWC fund campaign. Cdr. Paul trip ticket to Mcntego Bay, King Kamehameha His
Siverly,CO of VW-4 Is King and reigns with the ladies of VW-4's Wives Bahamas were Cdr Kenneth squadron raised$904 while Nartu
Club who helped raise $904. They are (top row I to r) Ann Sivery, Gail Schoff ASCAC Officer on the staff donated$836.71 and ComFairJax
Boylan, (bottom row I to r) Marla Drysdale, Donna. Brigman and Kay of ComFairAlr Wing 11, and his $773.24. e Qr
Roessig. wife Beth. Capt. William The JOWC will use the money
Pressler makes the presen.
tation. .
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SURF MOVIES-2 SHOWINGS ; o

MAY 21st, 7 PM a 9 PM
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du c o/'EVpr2'S/ } L i

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'lb. and

cSFRESS N 44A ,

S2.OO yI 1
per person ; 4 I Ir

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OE I- Eath at the
ALOHA guest
\ $ O,ub1OF L- Hawaiian Luau is greeted with a
'Across fro Terrace Bea'S CLV8 ,;; r kiss and a lei.FRIENDLY..

busEasfOCSo lhpa e p/eil/ $wd Y _- _______

MAHALA, one of three
Tahitian dancers to perform for RELAXED
the Luau guests,begins a popular QUIET ATMOSPHERE
i
hula. HimiiiiHiiimitiiiiimiiHiiitiimiiiiii
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CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
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Annual Military Wife ((

(

Contest Ends TuesdayWASHINGTONFive .

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standing wives will represent out-the People-to-People volunteer and is L----V 1 U 3

Navy Force, Army and, Coast Marine Guard Corps, Air in Therapists Assocation a member and of of the the Recreational National National wJi: %'. \ IrI I flI ..1

competition for the title of Wildlife
Society. She is
currently
Military Wife of the Year
: president of the Officers' Wives'
: Tuesday, May 18, in Washington, Club at Fort Leonard Wood.

: D.C.The The Coast Guard Wife of the
; naming of the finalists who
Year is Mrs. Hilde Selin, wife of
have contributed the most of Capt. Carl W. Selin stationed at I ,
their military and civilian the Coast Guard Academy in
! communities ends a year long Groton, Conn. Mrs. Selin comes
search from among 1,400,000 from J
Chicago and was a music .. .
wives at service bases major at Northwestern \
throughout world. Each ser .'
University. While
stationed in .
.
vice conducted its own
com
Finland, Mrs. Selin sang and
petition. The decision as to who organized folk singing societies 4
will be the Military Wife of the for American and Finish music
Year will be made by a panel of and has reversed the in .
process ---------- '-' -- --
American women under the this country, teaching Finish folk
auspices of the General music to American groups. She NEW OFFICERS- The VP-5 Enlisted Wives Club met at the Candlelight Restaurant May 3 for a ..1
Federation of Women's Clubs. has worked with hospitalized luncheon at which new club officers were'installed. The new officers are (seated I to r): President
Representing the Navy, Mrs. patients and on-the-air televisionas Janice Bradshaw, Vice President Sandy Abernathy, Secretary Treasurer Trish Johnson and I
Jeanette Squires is the wife of a music therapist as well as Hospitality Chairman Nell Armander. The ladies being relieved are(standing I to rBarbaraLeem-)
PNI James W. Squires, Lowry giving numerous volunteer ley, Jeanie Friend, Ruthie Reed and Sue Rhoads.

AFB, Colo.She has worked in the concerts in the military and many years been active as a
Red Cross and the Navy Relief civilian communities.The member of the Board of Directors

Society and ran a cleanup Air Force Wife Isl1eadeline of the Muscular! Dystrophy
campaign In Lansing Mich., that Berkenpas, whose Association.
was the most successful community husband Col. Nephi Berkenpas

action program ever assigned to McClelland AFB, Following the selection of the Ford Chrysler and GM
experienced in that city Her Calif Mrs. Berkenpas is a Military Wife of the Year on May ,
volunteer work on behalf of the graduate of the University of 18, when Art Linkletter, entertainment
hospital shipUSS slope prompted Arizona.. She is the mother of personalities and the have just been inspected
Congressman Charles E. three children. One of them top leaders-.both military and
Chamberlain to introduce House suffers from muscular dystrophyand civilian-of the Department of
Joint Resolution 1346 authorizing he is a successful Defense will take part, the by Volkswagen.
recognition of her efforts in sophomore at American River winner will tour U.S. cities and

spreading America's goodwill. College. Mrs. Berkenpas has for military bases. The results:
_
Barbara G. Sullivan is the .
_
Marine Corps selection. With her A

husband, Lt. Col. Thomas L. A j* 1968 CHEVROLET 1968 CHEVROLET
Sullivan, she lives at Camp
Pendleton, Calif. A graduate of Impala, 2 dr, hardtop, brIght Impala conv., beautiful red
red with black vinyl top, with white Interior, radio 8.
the college of Notre Dame and
beautiful white leatherette heater, power steerIng 8.
Towson State Teachers College in Interior, power steering, brakes, air conditioning,
Maryland, Mrs. Sullivan is' the power brakes, air conWSW tires.
dltlonlng, radio & heater.
mother of five youngsters. $1795
Following a teaching career $1995
she became interested in
1970 OLDS
volunteer work in Scouts, Day 1970 TOYOTA
Care centers and
nursery Cutlass 4 door sedan.Powder
religious education programs.She Corolla wagon, bright blue Blue with blue leatherette
with beautiful matChing blue InterIor. V.I, Auto. trans.,
founded a program known as Interior, radio 8. heater, air Factory Air, Power steering,
CCD (Confraternity of Christian conditioning, WSW tires. Radio and heater,WSW tires.
Doctrine in a community nearby $1845
Camp Pendleton where classesare S2895

taught in the home by

volunteers. Major Joseph Aliotoof 1969 MUSTANG
San Francisco was one of her 1969 OLDS
in the Mach 1, tu.tone metallic
many sponsors com green 8. black, black Interior
petition.The with bucket. seats, console, Cutlass"5"2 dr,HT,metallic
Army Wife of the Year is 1 automatic power steering, green with white leatherette
Mrs. Billie Reeves Willett, wife of WEDDINGS COST MONEY! See Page 16 heater power,WSW brakes tires, only radio 18110 8. automatic Interior, radio transmIssion 8. heater,,

CWO Paul Emerson Willet, actual miles. power steering, air con
currently stationed at Fort $2195 dlffonlng, wsw tires.
Leonard Wood,Mo.She attended
Kansas University and has just 12495Galaxl.

completed a childrens book, the See the 1969 FORD
royalties from which have been Sure to
Be a 500, 2 dr, hardtop
donated to the Save The Children
SSl0NALS Ivory white with matching 1970 MAVERICK
program.Mrs.Willet has spent 28 PROF leatherette Interior 8. black

years in Girl Scout work and was vinyl top steering, power, automatic brakes,, 2 Door, canary yellow with
chairman of 6,000 volunteers for power air conditioning, WSW tires. houndstooth Interior, radio 8.
the 1910 summer program of TIRES This Is a very clean low heater' WSW tires
First Step. MAJOR BRAND REPAlR& SERVICE mileage automobile. S1895

She is the sponsor of three '''O AUTOMOTIVE $2295
American-Indian children, : BATTERIES SERVICE
taught English at Tohoda COMPLETE TREADING
.
University in Sendai, Japan as a ORE ALIGNMENT ANDFRONT 1969 OPEL 1968 DATSUN

......;:::.. .:'. '.: T WHEEL END SERVICE with 2 dr. black sedan,Interior metallic This blue 1600 Convertible Ivory with
.. clean, low mileage, black top and black Interior,
automobile with radio,heater radio 8. heater, WSW tires,
ril and WSW tires priced at low mileage 8. ready.
ncJ
g KA1AEA1CAA0 $1195
CREDITCHARTER $1595
aft O\lfan INSTANT


.. ((191Ia.; 1 DFIiria1LuEIb Mach 1970 1, dark MUSTANG metallic green 1970 MAVERICK

with matChing InterIor,
bucket seats, console radio 8. 2 dr. Sedan, red with plaid
5821 San Juan at Niblick heater, power steering, interior This car has air
: power brakes, air con- conditioning, radio 8. heater,
Phone 384.4406c2.9 ditlonlng, mag.wheels and WSW tires & low mileage.
WSW tires.

._ r' ARLINGTON 72M811 $3095 =20957om4
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GARDEN TYPE APART- SOUTHSIDE 398-9510 __
MENTS _l IA I SPRINGFIELD 3549011H H
INDIVIDUAL AIR CON RIVERSIDE 3880782Sohit
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I. VA Announces StandardsFor H HI Ir-.J ;Reenlistment Corner ;il


Mobile Home Loans I Jax servicemen aboard

this air station recently extended i:
their military careen by
WASHINGTON-The Veterans $17,000 if the loan is also for a reenlisting. They are:
Administration has set standardsfor fully developed lot. SgtMaj.j George E. Har
its mobile home program Mobile homes purchased under bison, MATSG sergeant major.He .
which guarantees up to 30 per- the loan program must be at least added two years to his Marine
cent of a loan-to a maximum of 40 feet long and 10 feet wide, witha Corps career during a reenlistment fs Y
$10,000 for mobile Junes, or up to minimum of 400 square feet. ceremony at the Chiefs
The interest rate on a loan is 10.75 Club. When this enlistment expires *
percent Harbison will have .
,SgtMaj. -= "'" '-- ---
... T
Feb. Steward
For mobile home park completed 30 years of service. HarbisonAEC ; I
SgtMa|I.
locations, the qualifications are AZ2 McAdamsS0t. AEC Charles R. Davis of the
Tests Invalid basically the same as for those can AIMD Avionics Electric Shop. A
average subdivision on which m 15-year Navy veteran, Chief
WASHINGTON-Due to wide- single family homes are built- I Davis shipped over for six more
spread compromise, and indications proper geographical locations, ..
that the February 1971 water, sewage, electricty. The yean.SSgt.. Robert Blunt, AO
(Series 56) advancement interest rate for money to purchase School instructor. lie reenlistedfor
examinations for Steward First a lot and to make im- three years during a
Class (SDI) and Chief Steward provements is seven percent. I ceremony conducted MATSGby
(SDC) were available through Applicants should obtain their Navy Chaplain, Cdr; R. C. I
unofficial sources, it has been certificates of eligibility from the I Franklin.
necessary to invalidate the nearest VA office, find a mobile : TD2 William Freeman Jr.
examinations.The home they like and which meets -. -Kdthky-- -. of FAETULANT Det. Jax. lie A..
I August 1970 (Series VA standards, settle details for v lengthened his career by six Davis I
55) steward examinations were rental or purchase of a mobile years during a re -up ceremony _" -u
valid. Therefore, in order to home lot, and then apply to a conducted by Lt.R.J.Thompson.
provide equitable advancement lender for a loan. Sgt. Wesley S. Keithley of ,
opporunity, the Steward First Veterans and servicemen with the Marine Barracks lie was
Class and Chief Steward (passed at least 181 days of active service promoted to E -5 and received a
but not advanced-PNA-) after Jan. 31, 1955 are eligible for $6,000 VRB after reenlisting for
candidates from that mobile home loans as are six years.
examination who participated in veterans of World War II and the AZ2 George R. McAdams of
the February 1971 examination Korean War who served more AIMD. NAS Jax's only data
will be utilized in filling advancement than 90 days, provided they have analist,AZ2 McAdams reenlistedfor
vacanies. not previously used their home the second time, adding: six ac.
loan benefit TD2 Freeman yean to his Navy career.FATHER .
KEEP Y00R pOILARS """""\ -r-
Also eligible are veterans /
SSgt. Blunt
discharged for service-connected
a .. disabilities, regardless of lengthof OF' A Honor
service, widows of eligible H1 Masts
veterans, and wives of membersof ( rj JUNE BRIDE?
.,
uY
in
the Armed Forces missing : Two MarinesJaxCpl.
action or prisoners of war for x yf
more than 90 days. 0 t Frederick A. lIughes
and LCpl. Jordan A. Enebrad of
the Marine Air Training Support
\ Group (MATSG) here were
\ presented meritorious masts

THE VOLVO 142. formance honoring of their duties.superior per

Cpl. Hughes was' cited for
FOR PEOPLE WHO ensuring that all orders and
publications at the AO School
Phase III department were filed
NEED MONEY correctly, and for efficiently
assigning fire stations and
MORE THAN cleaning stations throughout the
phase. The mast was presentedby
Capt. Bower, AO liaison of
DOORS. ficer.
See Page 16 LCpl. Enebrad received his
mast from SgtMaj. George E.
Harbison, MATSG sergeant
major, for his work with the
: r MATSG Drill Team while attending
the rigorous AE 'A'
School. The aviation electrician
student will be transferred to El
Toro, Calif following graduation.

Fly .

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when You Share


If you want to save some money,come in and buya the United Way

Volvo 14 2. .
The 142 is a Volvo with two doors.Because of this,we Atlanta
can sell you one for$100 less than a Volvo fourdoor.But .
: this is peanuts compared to what the 142 can saver Jax's GreatestFURNITURE

r ou just j because ii\a Volvo. 4:55: pm departure. Stand-by fare
i Volvos are built so well they last an average of elevens only $16.Good connections to :.. Values
!
f years in Sweden. ,
s, Huntsville,Meridian, '
r Of course,we don't guarantee exactly how long any WHOLESALE
and St. Louis.
t given Volvo will last.But if you buy one from us,you Memphis PRICE TO EVERYONE
should be able to keep it long enough to stop making
*f car payments,start making payments to yourself,and See your Base Airline Ticket Officeor OPEN' "
save enough money to indulge any need you have call Southern at 757-2381. I EVERY I]
.!, for a Volvo with additional doors., I DAY I I
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OVERSEAS DELIVERY AVAILABLE SUNDAY TIL .
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JAX AIR, NEWS.LATWINGER PAGE 11 ,

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY

Publisher CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

: Movie ScheduleThursday .

: Call: 388.2755
JAX AIR NEWS ;

NAS Jacksonville : Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday '. -.. .. '.: '. .' 'I a '.: :. a
LATWINGER : Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
published the following week unless the Sunday May 16
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher is (instructed otherwise. A check or May 13

money order for the full cost of the ad must be
received WITH the copy for the ad. NAS: 'TARZAN'S DEADLY NAS: 'LOVERS AND OTHER
: SILENCE' Color adventure STRANGERS' Color comedy

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 drama starring Ron Ely and Jock drama starring Gig Young and

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 word per line) SOt Mahoney. 'G' ((80 mlns.) Anne Jackson. 'R' E (106 mins.)

: HOSPITAL: 'TICK TICK HOSPITAL: 'LAST ESCAPE'

------ TICK' Color drama starring Jim
-- Brown and George Kennedy. 'G' Monday, May 17

(100 mins.
FURNISHED COTTAGE VA FINANCINGNo NAS 'EL CONDOR' Color
EMPLOYMENT Adults only $60 mo. Lights & water money down on New Star Mobile :
furn 4158 Shirley/ .Ave. 388.3540.FURNISHED Home, Bill Vernon CPO USN Ret.S Friday, May 14 western starring Lee Van Cleef,
& J Mobile Homes Jim Brown and Marianna Hill.

SALES MANAGEMENTWe APT. 3708 Phil Ips Hwy NAS: ALEX IN WON 'R' G (102 mins.)
are seeking several (men or Near NAS & Cecil. 1 BR, swimming 398.8926TRANSPORTATION drama HOSPITAL: 'LOVERS AND
women), aggressive, opportunity pool. $65. 771.0348. DERLAND' Comedy
/
minded Individuals who are InterestedIn starring Donald Sutherland and OTHER STRANGERS'Tuesday
organizing and building a businessof HOME FOR RENT Jeanne Moreau. 'R' (111 mins.)
their own with the fastest selling Unfurnished House 2 BR. 185 mo. 771. >; HOSPITAL: 'TARZAN'S May 18
new product In It's field. These op 4324 SILENCE'
DEADLY
portunities, prime requirements are ORANGE PARK
NAS: 'FRANKENSTEIN ..
desirable & determination too for 2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dishwasher .
selling your potential. Call for per Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth 64 ENGLISH FORD Saturday, May 15 MUST BE DESTROYED' Color
sonal Interview Ron Langdon at 398 Apts., 77M405 or 7713355. Good Transportation, $120. Signature horror starring Peter Cushingand
9047. refrigerator-freezer, frost free, NAS: 'LAST ESCAPE' Color Simon Ward. 'G'G (97 mlns.)
FOR SALE OR RENT coppertone, $100. 7448 Lerol Drive,
SERVICE WIVES RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your 7714182. war drama starring Stuart HOSPITAL: 'EL CONDOR'Wednesday
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS equity or let us rent your home. Whiteman and John Collin. 'G'
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or' REPORTING IN. Call
for
or drop by
May 19
68 4 DR HT POLARA ((90 mins.)
1022 Park Street, 3547888.HANDCRAFTEDBAR. map or sales and rental list. Call
PS PB, AC, Radio, White Top, Green HOSPITAL 'ALEX INWONDERLAND'
Powell Mills, USN
or Ret. 2642411,
bottom, White leather Interior, 1 NAS 'KELLY'S HEROES'
ORANGE PARK REALTY :
,, transferrable. $1650
Warranty
owner
ar.e: aoorg'rx -' M''PIEVr.<5 "
itti'iC; : .EtjI: +! MILITARY, FREE NOTARY Firm.low mileage, EV7-1077 after 5
.
; ."'M"'t' ;$ p.m.
ORANGE PARK
2 BR House, Furn.Air Cond.5 rains to
66
ENGLISH FORD
NAS. We rent to TAD Personnel or
Speed, Heater
bachelors. 264.6884. $490
Call 7389.8072 after 6. ASTRO MOTORS
6566 Normandy Boulevard .: % JIIIIIawSELLING
FOR SALE .
A'R"'-- %NMM M'B: 4i
Private Home collections of German r.m'f'E1.STATE y % %:

Antique Clocks for Sale./ Ex. Cond. ; .Y.,. ..xo3wavx JttGOOD 682 DR. FALCON
PNI Walrath, 3883022.LAWNS Stick shift Good Cond. Call 264.6832


Curbs, sidewalk and EDGED driveways/ We BUY USED CARS WITH 'i
clean up the mess and leave It neat. Lakeside Estates 250 KAWASAKI SCRAMBLER
Call Hart 771-3211 Ext. 8340 4 BR, Lrg. LR, DR, Fam. Rm. Bit-In Speed, 4,000 act. mi., Pirelli tires.
Kit., WW carpet, throughout, Dble One owner. 771-2242. $350. 100 % GUARANTEE 1 1NMrIMMNMM
GEORGE'S KENNELS Gar., 2 yrs old. (32,900
li Est 1925. Dons and Cats Boarded. 60VWSEDANHelter 1 f
Pick up & Delivery Available. Virginia E. Bell, Realtor $340 1
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. 264.2488 ASTRO MOTORS
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard (24 Hr. Service 356. 62)) 6566 Normandy Boulevard60GALAXIEFORD 70 VW Sedan $1795Diamond

accepted. Visitors welcome.' 5085 Blue, R&H. Stock No. 5114
.
Edgewood Crt. 389 0064. FOR SALE '

12 x 50 Melody Home, 2 BR, take over HT, AT., Good Cond. $300 Cash. 384- 70 VW Sedan $1995Yellow
BE A RADIO OR payments. 7716320. 6852.
TVANNOUNCERRecorded Air conditioned, R&H. Stock No. 7594
message by leading an HOME FOR SALE CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS '
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. Oak Hill Park BR, 2 baths, Panel 1969CHEVY NOVA V., 70 VW Sedan $1895 .. 1

355.2944. Den with fireplace, LR, Sep. OR, Eat. '307' CID, spd.. Floor,vinyl top. Exc. Diamond Blue, R&H, WWT, Stock No. 4199.
In-Kit, Dble Garg. Cent Heat & Air, Cond. $1800.
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS 772.0982. 8258 Barracuda Rd. 69 VW Sedan $1695Diamond I
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape 69 VW BUG
players. At dealers cost to liquidate CASH! Exc. Cond. $1625 Blue, AM.FM Radio, Heater, Stock No. 4955.
stxk. Full warranty I Phone 771-0409. We buy,sell,and trade equities 70VW BUG

7713605 Louise T. Bailey Broker Exc. Con. $1795 69 VW Glitterbug $1595Blue

AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE Call Ron Rohrer Auto Stick Shift, Heater. Stock No. 6446. /
Auto AC, Room units, Central Units. Ext.2431 or 387.5622
Repairs. Reasonable 'HIDDEN WATERS' WE FINANCEFOR 69 VW Sedan $1895Diamond
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots
Tyler's Heat 388-5161 and Air Cond. available. Excellent fishing, boating, Blue, Air conditioned, R&H, WWT. Stock No. 7839.

4711 Palmer Lake Shore swimming. Mobile Home area. Also SALE(383)) 4 Dr. PB, Sedans
permanent home area. High, wooded 1965 Plymouth Fury TWO 67 VW $1295White
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake PSAC, R & H, Exc. Body, Contact .
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 725.3992. Ma|. Mapp office 355.2319 Home 786- or Blue! Radio Heater.

Wilford's Fish Camp 264 9707. 4764 69 VW Squareback $1895 ,'

HOUSE FOR !SALE
WILL BOARD HORSESNew Ideal house for Navy family. Con- 67 VW FASTBACK "361", Diamond Blue, R&H, WWT.
Born, 40 acres for riding, Excellent venient to NAS, JAX & CECIL Radio and heater. $690 '
care, Reasonable prices. 264- FIELD bedroom, 2.bath, live.In ASTRO MOTORS THREE 69 Karmann Ghia $1975 i

8898. kitchen, dining room, den, patio & 6566 Normandy Boulevard Two Amber, One Red, R&H.
Central heat & air. Call 77))
FOR SALE garage.772.2151 for appointment. mi TRIUMPH SPITFIRE 69 Karmann Ghia
Remington Electric Typewriter, 0437 or Convertible, Radial tires, abarth $1795White

Ludwig Drum Set.. Kenmore Portable muffler, 4.year battery, excellent Air conditioned R&H.
Dishwasher. 264 5766.
condition. 264 5932.

FOR SALE MOBILE;.HOMES12X602BRMOBILEHOME 69 Kombi $1995White
Reg. Quarter Horse & 2 yr. old filly. >" >1, : .>1 ,. i WANTED RIDER TO SHARE Radio and Heater. WWT.
Worth $800. Need to sell. Make offer. Driving & Expenses to Connecticutt.
264 8898. First week of June 264.97 8. 67 VW Bus $1595Deluxe

White, Radio and Heater.

.:/r'iifiZ: :R'" 'E" N.' :'t..vA."L' .s":/%:. <:,\ Call 1964 786 Dodge.0469 4 after Dr; 5 Mlnature p.m. Poodle. R&H 67 ENGLISH FORD $560 68 VW Camper $2795Pop
t.,"...?',+;'Wj"pvmy l:' > :_->>,.......y...."" :::f":o' :'.I...;.' Speed ASTRO MOTORS
Air Conditioned, R&H.Complete .
SALE Top
10x55 MOBILE, 3 BR.,HOME Wall to FOR Wall Carpet, 6566 Normandy Boulevard ........................ ; ......./.N//.........""
WILMAR APTS. screen & storm windows. Anchors & Jacksonville'sLMost
2 Br.,LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec.; Kit., strapping for State, Law. 772-1057. CORNETTE
Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off 120 HP. Mere Cruiser, Inboard
street. Water, Garbage & Sewage Outboard, Heavy duty galvanlzec Selectionof
Furn. 95Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Gator trailer, Stored Inside since
tax)'387-2541. Weekends 3890744. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern purchase. Mint condition. 2646643
trailer and Apts. 389-3007. $2200. Used
VW'slMost !


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Heights 19 30 Ib. Dryers

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MA TSG Gunnery Sergeants ,T J a 3 f


L .loin Fleet Reserve After.. 20 i j !'r t t..*7 1 _



)t Jax Two gunnery sergeants (MATSG) here transferred to the manager of the Officers Club and L
's, attached to the Marine Air Fleet Marine Corps Reserve Project First Second new club
'. Training Support Group during recent ceremonies con- manager. _
t _, '''-' ducted by Lt Col. L. E. Blan- -
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!F :. chard,. MATSG commandingofficer.

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"f. GySgt. Richard F. Rousseau _
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t 1'I- in the MATSG AE ..X
,'"," worked Sup- ;'
bI port Division just prior to endinghis
I Marine Corps career which
totaled nearly 20 years. rYy.Y 7
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GySgt. Alfonso Gallman, also a '
20 year Marine Corps veteran, IL t1111
was an Instructor at NATTC's AO 4.
School before transferring to the _10...._____ -..i, -'--"'--------
Fleet Reserve.
MEDICAL CORPS PROMOTION. Lt. (|fg) James E. Hanrahan
Additionally, he is the assistant .--n I gets assistance In pinning on his shoulderboards. from his wife
t I GySgt. RowsauMEDEX GySgt. Gallmin Mary and Capt. C. W Lewis Jr., commanding officer of the Naval
,
to his present rank.
Hospital after being promoted
Offers Opportunities

II

I To Retired Hospital... CorpsmenWASHINGTON

Retiring in the service and channel them and sponsored by the Federal Si _
hospital corpsmen now have into civilian life Some 40 Department of Health, y
many opportunities awaiting programs, all in the health ser Education, and Welfare* to integrate
them when they leave the Navy vices, are available. ex-service medics into r
Throughout the United States, Retiring corpsmen are encouraged the civilian medical communitiesas
universities, and hospitals have to check into the doctor's assistants,in an effort
set up programs designed to take Medical Extension (MEDEX) to meet the increasing demandsfor r-- ;
the skills retired corpsmen learn program. It has been designed medical care.
'.. .1.1G The program has a transitional
preparatory phase which is
varied and depends on the individual
: --- o experience of the man
YE'S entering it. A01 ,Lecroy AKC Brown I

Maternity Boutique Three Faetulant Navymen RecognizedJaxThree I

I YOUNG FASHIONS FOR YOUNG
MOTHBRSTOBE Navymen attached recently recognized with awardsto AKC Jimmy B. Brown was
BRING' THIS COUPON WITH YOU FAETULANT Det. Jax were and promotions. meritoriously promoted to his
FRIDAYOR SATURDAYAND WIHHIIHMIIUIIHMIIIWIIIIIUIIIIINHIIIHIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIimi/ / ll /"""IIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIII1IIIIIIII.llIImtlllllll"1BevivaJ. present rate May 1. He presently
GET ATREMENDOUS DISCOUNTON with his
resides in Orange Park
ANYTHING IN STOCK
PHONE'..-.161 1. : .. I. wife Alice and their four children.
MAY 17.23rd 'A01 George E. Lecroy was
2153 BLA (f BLVD. (Located with Alters Piano Co: presented a Letter of Com
mendation April 20 for demon

ROY E. COGDILL of Orlando strating outstanding scholastic
". ability in the performance of his
: EVENING SERVICE 7:45 PM duties as a student at the AO 'B'
i J BIBLE STUDY 10 AM School.He completed the 25-week
WORSHIP SERVICE 11 AM course as honor man of his
y. class with an overall averageof

Lake Shore Church of Christ 90.19.
f [
Nickles
ATI Edward F.
: 2121 Blanding Boulevard I received his second Good Con-
duct Award from LCdr. J.A.
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& USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW j Travel Rules
& USED TV SETS t:
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES ::::::
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS ::j;;
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Hrl.9am. 7p.m. Come In8, Browse :::
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> : of Defense has eased the

rules covering use of government
1f OUht YAMAHAIS transportation for next of kin anda
OUR BUSINESS member of the immediate
The
i QUR ONLY BUSINESSWESWAPTRADESELL travel to visita
NEW 650 CC family to overseas
You can charge all travel td ,
your expenses your Touring Twin seriously ill or injured ser
i Getaway Cardair fare, hotels-motels, meals, car viceman or civilian employee.
t rentals, tours .at 12,000 locations, worldwide. And It's Travel overseas is now
f free! No minimum Income required. No yearly authorized when the attending
t' membership fee. Up to two years to ..pay.e. physician or surgeon determinesthat

SEE US FOR COMPLETE DETAILS' the presence of the next of
Iw J kin is 'medically warranted andif
AIRLINETICKET the next of kin lives in the
i continental United States Hawaii,
OFFICE Alaska or a U. S. possession.'
If the next of kin lives overseas
sr: (JAMTO) l Good Used VW's For Cycles and the serviceman is

; Locations' to Serve You Newer Used Cycles For VW's hospitalized in the United Statesor
another overseas area, then
f NAS JAX; Bldg. 13 Main Gate Ext. 2449 or 387.2811 similar transportation is
1 S HRS: 0745-1800 Mon. thru Fri 0900.1300 Sat. YAMAHA SOUTH authorized.
4 HAS CECIL: Finance Office, Phone 771.3211, Ext. 8122 Previous regulations which
J 0800.1500 14521) BEACH BLVD. PHONE 246.1465 authorized travel only if presencewas
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1\ r 0800 1630 Monday thru Friday SERVICE PARTS ACCESSORIES the patient,' did not take into
8 0900 1300 Saturday account cases where individualswere
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'Outstanding' In AdmatJaxNaval
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Air Station provements when compared to under the direction of Chief Inspector
Jacksonville claimed a record the previous inspection of June RAdm. Lawrence
overall grade of 'outstanding' 1969.This he attributed in part to Heyworth Jr., commander Fleet
during last week's Administrative the widespread use of 'Self-Iielp' Air Jacksonville. The team
and Material programs among many of the airstation's members come from various MALL
(ADMAT) Inspection. departments.The commands including Com-
Sixteen departments con- three-day inspection, FairJax, Cecil Field, Mayport,
tributed to the station's success which commenced May 4 and NATTC, ComNavAirLant, NAS
by receiving 'outstanding' concluded May 6 with a Dress Albany, and the Southern SPORTCARSHOW '
classifications. They are: White personnel inspection at Division Naval Facility
Communications, Av Safety, Hangar 1000 was conducted by a Engineering Command.All .
Public Works, Security, Enlisted team of approximately 60 of- NAS personnelmilitaryand
Mess, Comptroller, Supply, ficers, enlisted men and civilians civilian-are congratulated
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1 J NAVY Nurses Celebrate.. 63rd Anniversary.. I

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.. \( Jax- On the 63rd Anniversary give our services in the care of the" city of New Orleans went later came to be called the Vietnam. Nurses also served the in

. i ( of the Navy Nurse Corps we, the Air Force and Army men who aboard to care for the patients. 'Sacred Twenty', reported to the the China Sea aboard and
';'( Navy Nurses here feel it has been have been In our hospitals.In On May 13, 1908 the Nurse Naval Hospital in Washington, D. Hospital Ships Repose
d '1 z a great privilege to have had the 1865 the Navy outfitted Corps, U. S. Navy, was C. By the end of WW II the Nurse Sanctuary, known to many as the
and the
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t 4) opportunity to serve with the steamer, Red Rover,as a floating established. By October of that Corps Increased to 11,086.Today' 'Angel
The Intensive Care
; Navy and Marine Corps, and to hospital, and nursing nuns from year the first 20 nurses, who Nurse Corps is com 'White Lady'
f .: prised of 2,250 nurses: a small Units at Naval Hospital DaNangand
: percent of these are male. These on the Hospital Ships were
l:< nurses served in many areas comprised x>f highly skilled

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1.t Philliptnes, Hawaii, Alaska, equipment which brought immediate
:: Africa, England and Europe, as care to the patient
) well as ashore and aboard
ft I hospital ships.In The Navy Nurses at Naval

t : the past few years the Navy Hospital, Jacksonville dedicatethis
o- fit anniversary to the fine men
Nurses have been able to bring
direct nursing care to the men in who served in hostile areas, and'Their

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Kinder Wins. ..,..... 1111 1111 IT II IT ...... In..... 111_'.
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Golf TourneyJax How They're Standing


_.___.........1111 1"111"1111NAVY.MARINE _.....u I........1'1 II'M._......MMMMMMtHard
Jim Kinder edged
Bernier in the Hats 24-20 .545
Bill 1971 BOWLING LEAGUE CleanersComm 26-22 .542 '
NAS Jacksonville Club VP-4S 17.3.850 25-23 .521
Championship Golf uU o 0v Amble 1M 13-7.650 CPO's 22-27 .481
Tournament last weekendby o Auto Bahn' 12-3 .600 Tars 21.27 .438 :

295 296. Sidewinders 12-3 .600 Split Finders 18-26 .409
Pirate'Tavern 11-9 .550 Sidewinders 16-28 .364
Third place went to Mike BKS No.584 11-9 .550 Lazy Timers 15-33 .313 '

Manvele with a 306 and Murray'Tavern 16-10 .500 Eagles 2 16-36 .308 ,;
fourth place to Pat Bali Bearing's 16-10 .500 Knots 1335ATLANTIC .271 s k
Grosskopf with 307. The Zeroe' 16-10.500
Black Shoe' 8-12 .400 LEAGUE
In 'A' Flight, Bob Floyd Tooth Pa tcher'. 8-12 .400 Good&Bad 45-7 .846 'w,
took the honors with a net The Met's 8-12 .400 Alley Cats 37.15 .712 I'

score of 281 and Larry Smitty's Grunts 6-14 .300 Jokers 32-20 .615 ,,!

Gillam was runner up at LlghtningStrike' 4-16 .200 Gems 32-20 .615 'I
VR-50 26-26.500 '5
293.The !fft NATIONAL LEAGUE Pin Benders 26-26.500 '
'B' Flight winnerwas Lrs+1 24-28 .462

Art Kenfield 286 and Pin Benders 38-14 .731 Chokers 23V4-28V4 .453 '
Ernie Mills was second WELL,X Wit THINK IT HAS A5 MUCH CLA G ASA Hunters 38-14 .731 23th.28'h.453
with 287. cmtatvmwvmwii'JAX mth 36-16.692 Birds 23.29..442 "

'C' Flight was also close ".....-.._NN.N.N_.................._............__. TTTI I I'" FlapJax Radar 17 31.21 354.164 .679.596 Bees Blue 21-31 22-30.423.404 ..,I >>]x

with H. H. Smith the Ringers 30-22 .571 MarBar 21.31 .404

winner 288 289 over John SPORT SHORTS Tweets 26-26 .500 Ealges 20-32 .385
Folk. Leprechauns 27-25 .519 Green Backers 20-32 .385

"........................".............._.__.. II 11111 1111 .,. Pin Pals 26-26.500 Tumblers 20-32 .385
Fald Folk 25-27 .481
Memphis Claims class Lassie Ruth ComFair Jax 1 22-26 .458
are Mahoney
Jax-There has been ,
a con-
Ann Kozak, Gloria Gortny and Unmentionables 22-30 .423
siderable amount of
confusion
6ND Bowling among NAS fishing enthusiastsover Marion Miller. In the B Cham- Beer Cans 18-34 .346 iZ .a;
HangOvers 1734' .340
last week's Jax Air News pionship are Doris Callais,Bussie : "
King Pins 12-36 .250 \'
ChampionshipJax article 'Fishing Licenses Not Collins, Elizabeth Austin and ; ,
Required for Servicemen.' Julie Williamson.The Hospital C 5-47 .096 \'

According to the Florida Game ladies' final tournamentwill '1;
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
and Fresh Water be club championship stroke MLS REALTORS .<
Chic Chirichello of Cecil Commission,
this bill which the play with 54 holes May 17-19 hereat Wild Ones 30-14 .682 e Acr jgt ... ,r1'
Field took individual honors in passed House Hospital B 31.17 .646 11T HomesTrailer .
the Sixth Naval District Bowling of Representatives is not yet a the Golf Course. Seventy Wons 30-18 .625 Lots ','
Tournament last week at NAS law! If it is passed, servicemen Chairman of the Golf Evildoers 29'h.181 .612 WYNNE REALTY OFFLORIDA j
home on leave in Florida will Association, Arlene Slemmons, Inc.
Pensacola. He had a pinfall of not NATTC 28-20.583
3,748 including the l high series of have to possess fishing licensesfor announces the ladies final eventof Quacks 28.20.583 1S9-55U
the will be
season a get
677. His closest competitor was this State; however, ser- together and luncheon at the Trainers 29th.22th .566 4653 HIGHWAY Aye.BANKAMERICARDAMERICAN j jJ
almost 100 pins behind.In vicemen stationed here are
home of Harriet Potter in Orange
considered State residents
the team standings, NAS Jax and ----
edged out Cecil Field by less than must buy a Florida fishing Park, May 28. Members will IX'llsseSTANDARD
receive golf awards and new
80 pins for fourth place. The NAS license. officers will take charge. OIL.MASTERCHAROE' Credit Cards H.nor.d
Jax team of RM1 Jerry Harding,
LCdr. Walter Fisher,' DT3 Ladies Golf Ends ",

Michael Kelley, YN2 Jimmy Jax-The NAS Ladies Golf Selden Appointed ROOsnUT MAll
Cruthirds and HM3 Rick Dillon Association has completed their WASHINGTON (AFPS-)
Armistead I. Selden Jr., has
had a pinfall of 16,485 to 16,407 for Spring Match Play Tournamenthere been appointed Principal a
the men from Cecil. April 27 after six-weeks of Deputy Assistant Secretaryof wash .
Top spot in the tournament Defense (International car
went to Memphis whose team play.Winners in the Championship A Security Affairs).
scored 16,968.

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NATIONAL GOLF Tuesday,May job to do in our continuing ASW
VW-4 9-3 FICEUR vs VW-4 1M mission. This job can
VP-45 8-1 679th vs Weapons 10-0>> sometimes be round-the-clock-
AlrOps 8-2 NARTU vs Comm 4-0 and entail leaving family and
FAETU 5-5 AFEES vs MarBar 6-3 home behind to deploy to faraway
Comm 4V4;+V4V4FAWll MATSG vs Dispensary 16-4 places. Despite the work load,
4-4 however, personnel have still
679th 3V4-5V4 Wednesday,May 5 found time to participate in most
MarBar 3-6 NATTC vs ComFairJax 12-0 sports wherever they are.
A-C Maint 3-7 Hospital vs FAETU H0VP16 The pelican squadron would
NavFlnOff 3-8 vs FWF 4-3 like to salute those men'who have
CFJ 2-7 VP-45 vs A-Malnt 1M been participating in spring
Bees vs MARTD 9-0) sports. The softball team includes
AMERICAN GOLF AZC R L. Brooks, AN

NARTU &1 Thursday,May 6 ... Richard PrattATN2 Parmley,
Hospital 7V4-3V4 679th vs Dispensary 2-0 AWl J. Calcutt, Lt. (jg) D. Swift,
FICEUR 6V4-3V4 VW-4 vs MarBar 134 Local Boys Learn Lt. (jg) C. Griffith III, ATN3 S.
MARTD 6-2 FICEUR vs Weapons 13-3 Guzzardi, AA J. Null, AMH1 G.
NAMTD i-3tt MATSG vs Comm 7-0 Weston, AWl E. Rich, AWC J.
MATSG 5-5 NARTU vs AFEES 5-0 Art of., Self DefenseJax ... Stewart,AE1 G. Rogers and SW3S. S
VP-16 4V4-5K '" Mullins.
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Weapons 4-5 Monday May 10 Sixteen boys ranging in techniques In throwing an opponent '- On the squadron tennis team 1-
PoChops 1-9 VP-45 vs MARTD 154 age from six to 10 years 'is not really dangerous. are Lt. J. Dalton, Lt. H. Merrit, I ILL
NARF 0.9( > Bees vs NATTC 5-2 received their first lesson in the In fact, more boys would get hurt J. Love, PN3 J. Rumph with
FAETU" vs ComFairJax lo-? manly art of self defense last playing basketball, he said. alternates LCdr C. Pease, Lt R.
NATIONAL LEAGUE VP-16 vs Hospital 4-3 Thursday evening at opening The Marine.admitted that this Kidd, Lt W. Brewer and Lt. (jg) I
SOFTBALL FWF vs A-C Mslnt 20-7 class for Boys Judo at Bldg. 726. is his first time to teach childrenbut R. Simpson.
679th 54 Marine SSgt. Rocky Singleton, is also very optimistic about Congratulations also to AW3 S.
NARTU 4-1 Surfing Movie who is a nationally known Judo the potential of his students. He Mullen, AWl J. Calcutt, AW2 J,
VW-4 4-1 instructor and a brown belt plans to set up a girls class soon. Cunningham, ADJ1 F. Milford,
FICEUR 4-1 Premieres Here artist, has set up Judo classes for Ladies' Judo Class meets ADJ2 J, Bretton, AMSl R. Mills, I
MATSG 2-3 boys free and has per Tuesdays and Wednesdays from AXC B. Phillips, AMSC G.
AFEES 2.3 Jax-'An honest experience.. a sonally trained his own instructors 5 to 6 p.m. and Men's Classesare Lowry, YN B. Young, Lt. J.
Weapons 2-3 tribute to surfing' describes the to assist him. held Mondays and Gilder and Lt W. Brewer who are
MarBar 2-3 new movie 'Sea of Joy,' showing At the first lesson, which was Tuesdays at 4:30: p.m. on the golf team.SP" t
Comm 1-4 here in Jacksonville for the first attended by the parents, '
Dispensary 0-5 time May 21 at the Southside Singleton showed the boys some \

Woman's Club. of the more fundamental aspectsof
AMERICAN LEAGUE The movie was filmed and the art.
SOFTBALL produced by Paul White,who also
VP-45 6-1 created the sensational He explained that Judo, as one
VP-16 6-1 lad remarked while watching
'Evolution' in 1969.
Bees .5-2 instructors demonstrate simple THE j
The Sea of Joy is scheduled for
Hospital 5-2 ?
two showings at 7 and 9 at :
FAETU 5-2 p.m. Also a newly filmed 20-minute
NATTC 3-4 the Woman's Club, on Beach movie 'Expression' will be
Blvd. (Across from Greenlawn shown.. 1
MARTD 2-5
FWF 2-5 Cemetary on Woman's Club Rd.) Admission is $2.00. ;s'

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