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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Jax-No problem is too small or large for the Navy

Relief Society. Most people may never realize just how

important the Navy Relief's work really is, but many

area servicemen have turned to the Society for help in a

crisis and found prompt and efficient assistance.Take -r w f

one :Navyma, for In- I'
stance, who was deployed with families. The Navy Relief hat .. l''i' t.
his squadron overseas when he granted outright gratuities of /'' ",
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more than $50,000 based on In- iv
received word that his wife was I ,"" _,
dividual needs. """
to undergo open heart surgery.At 110.
This the same amount is 000. "
6:55: Communications year .. 00
phoned a Red Cross message to set for the Navy Relief Fund '.,J .
his base chaplain, who was the Drive by RAdm; Lawrence "". \ 4itC '. ,
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Heyworth Jr. president of the wrw
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executive of his local
secretary Jacksonville Auxiliary.The LOOK WHAT STUN CAN BUY DADDYI Thrt-ye r-oM' Bruno Grffoktti seems to be con.
Navy Relief Office. The message templatlng a way to buy lots of his favorite with his .
Navy Relief needs your help toys father's r..nllstm.nt bonus, presented In a ;
stated that serviceman's wife
a during the campaign, which ends huge check by Capt. D.H. Hell., NARF commanding officer. However, It's also likely! that his wife I
was scheduled ,for emergency May 31. Give your fair sham; Mary Ann has her own plans for the re-enlistment bonus. AT2 Bruno V. Grlgolettl, who works In '
t and that the
.in two days
surgery NARF's flight test department, for '
won't you? shipped over five years and will receive orders to VC4 In Puerto
i doctor_ u recommended his Rico In July.

, presence. .
i t At 7:25: the Chaplain reached NAS Achieves
his office where, 15 minutes later
the OOD hand-delivered the Red
Cross message. The chaplain r iiiH
' Initiated procedures for Savings GoalJax

emergency leave for the man
through the Naval Station's u[
I executive officer. VOL. 29 NO. 9 ''Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville,Florida.' MAY 20, 1971EEie
: The big problem was locating .. Thirteen station t
' the after several heads have received
man; phone department
calls to'various offices on base, POW Tells Cost Reduction Awards for
they finally located him at his supporting the NAS Cost "

i. squadron at 8:50.: Ills CO granted Reduction Program, a campaign
him immediate emergency leave which has achieved $1,271,000 in
and rushed him to the Navy savings this fiscal year and put
s Relief Office. His Story Like It Is'Cecil NAS Jax in competition for the
' Only two minutes after 1971 Presidential Management

* _. reaching the office,the serviceman Improvement Award.
i received $250 for his Field-An Army major who was captured and held by the Viet Cong for 62

; commerical plane fare in the U.S., months until his escape in December 1968, told the tory of his life as a prisoner of Capt. John Kincaid, station

and for expenses at home. war to delegates at the Navy Wives Club Southeast Area Convention at the NAS commanding officer, presentedthe
awards
Meanwhile the tower was advised last week at a
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f
Cecil Field threatre Tuesday afternoon.
of the emergency and department head meeting.

requested an Air Force pilot- MaJ. James N. Rowe told how beard and yelled, 'Hey petitions coming' to help per t
;: ready for take off-to delay his he'escaped by a beard' as he was that's an American! Stop firing! suade the Viet Cong to send the John Special M.recognition went to Capt.
/ departure until the serviceman being transferred to another 'I think I set the land speed POWs and MIAs home. Danlelsen Senior
.**-:. was aboard. prison camp for execution. 'Some record toreachthat" rescue plane Maj. Rowe was rescued In Dec. Chaplain Cost Reduction; and Walter Hamilton, .
k At 9:30: the man boarded, the B-52 bombers hit the camp at that -'t he"recalled, 31, 1968 and returned to the Coordinator.
plane for the U.S. and arrived in time.' he said, 'and I was leadingthe Maj. Rowe answered some United States for hospitalizationat NAS Jax has already surpassedits j
time for his wife's operation, guards out of there. questions about the life in prison Brooke General Hospital at assigned goal of$161,000 as of ,1
which was successful. He recalled that he made his camps for the press and told Fort Sam Houston, Tex. lie was May land is now at 790 per cent .i
You may never be the one to escape'dressed in black pajamasand them he was speaking for the later assigned to Fort Sill, Okla. of its assigned goal and 109 per
' need aid from the Navy Relief as tan as the Vietcong. I '1,600 other POWs who have no lie is currently studying at the cent of the total ComNavAirLantgoal.ThestationwHlcompete
j Society but your donations during persuaded one guard we'd have a voice.' Army Intelligence School at Fort with
this year's annual call for funds better chance if we separatedfrom He said that ..imprisonmentthere Holabird, Md. other ComNavAirLant activitiesfor
will help others. the others and, believe me, is different from what we A native of McAllen, Tex., Ma) the first Management Improvement
In 1970 the local Auxiliary those were the best oddsonetoone are told to expect and that the Rowe graduated from the U.S. Award to be given by
provided several servicesmanyof I had had. enemy plays a game of 'mental Military Academy in June 1960 the President.
them emergency services-to 'There were the two of us and manipulation' to extract In- and entered active duty as a Others who received awards
hundreds of local Navy and the strafing gun had begun when formation from their prisoners.'A second lieutenant in the Field were Capt. R. T. Hardy, Public
Marine Corps personnel and their one of the gunners saw my blackare man can stand physical pain, Artillary, He studied for a year at Works Officer; Capt. R. C.
but the mental torture is the Artillery Officer Basic School O'Loughlin, Supply Officer;
worst,' he added. and was assigned to the 7th Capt. J. W. McAleer, Dental ,
Deadline Nears For in Fort Officer Cdr. A. L. Jr.
Rowe advised that the best Special Forces Group ; Phillips I
propaganda that the enemy has is Bragg, N.C.In Air Operations Officer; Cdr. W )
when Americans condemn their 1963 he deployed to L. Parks Jr., Administration I
valuable Vietnam where he served as an Officer; Leonard Eubanks,
own country.'a
All-Navy Cartoons bargaining power to them in advisor to South Vietnamese Director of Civilian Personnel; .
talks' Forces in the Delta area. He was Cdr. L. K. Weber Jr., Weapons
\ peace wounded and captured in October Officer; Cdr. J. A. Schriner, i
Jax The 16th All Navy waived and I understand the
Resources Officer
He also encouraged Americansto 1963 during an operation and Management
Comic Cartoon Contest is now Department' of the Navy may use 'keep those letters and detained for 62 months. (Comptroller) ; Cdr. R. L.
' underway for all active duty as desired.
: Williams, Data Processing Officer
personnel and their dependentsand If contestant is a dependent the VP-45 Wins Unit CommendationJax ; LCdr. W. R. Snyder,
July 1 is the deadline for statement, 'I am dependent of Communications Officer and
Patrol Squadron 45 home based at NAS
entries.A rate grade, etc* is LCdr. 0. C. Andersen, Security
contestant may enter as necessary: Jacksonville, has been awarded the Meritorious Unit Officer.
I many cartoons as he wants as The entries will not be returned. Commendation for their participation in contigency

long as they have a Navy themeor Winners will be published in operations in the Eastern Mediterranean while deployedto Red Cross Gives
and in black 'All Hands' and
background are magazine
U. S. Naval Air Facility Sigonella Sicily.
t ink on an 8 by 10 Vi inch white displayed in the Navy CombatArt ,
paper or illustrated board. Gallery, Washington, D. C. Under the command of Cdr. S. J. McArdle Jr., VP-45 First Aid Course ,
Each entry must have the Navy Yard. commenced the operations immediately upon assumingtheir

following information firmly Reid BUPERSNOTE 1700 for deployment role as Patron Sigonella, under the, i'
connected to the back Full name further information. Jax-Doyou know all there is to ;
rate and: grade, operational direction of Commander Sixth Fleet, VAdm.I. know about first aid treatment in
of originator,
service or file number, duty What's InsideClub C. Kidd. Jr. an emergency situation? If not,
station address with zip codes, The 'Pelican' squadron provided anti submarine you may want to attend the :4\
name of hometown and screening and protection for Sixth Fleet units during a American Red Cross Standard ..

hometown newspapers, title of period when operations were at their peak. Fifty VP-45 First Aid Course here beginning j
Schedules
Page 2 June 2 with classes on the 7th 9th
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and brief statement -t
cartoon, a officers and 320 enlisted men are eligible for the com and 14th that month. *. '<
certifying the cartoon as an Menu Page 2 ;
original. mendation.The Classes will be held from 9 to .
Also, include the state and the Movies Page Meritorious Unit Commendation is presented for 11:30: a.m. at the Small Chapel.
commanding officer's signature: extremely meritorious service, other than combat, in Anyone interested in enrolling -V'
Sports Page 14,15 should call Ext. 2218, 2426 or 2427. *.
'All claims to the attached.entry support of military operations. ,
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"Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained herein are not official I expressions of the Ma

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


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- COMRATS prices: Breakfast-25 cents Dinner and Brunch cents Supper.55centl.
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fI,4' \ / Friday,May 21 Blackeyed Peas, Seasoned Turnip

Greens, Hushpupples, Apple Pie.
BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Fried SANDWICH LINE Egg Salad
mijW Eggs to Order, Scrambled Eggs with Sandwich and Chill Dogs.
Ham, Choice of Luncheon Meat or SUPPER. Submarine Sandwiches,
':::3' Pork Sausage, Home Fried Potatoes Stuffed Green Peppers, Tomato

: Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted Cake Sauce, French Baked Potatoes, Boiled
er13 ,_ mwmmPR81'ESTANT Doughnuts. Navy Beans, Buttered Spinach, Apple
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4. DINNER Manhattan Clam Pie
Chowder, Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches,
," I French Fried Potatoes, Butter Cream
0L i1' Styled Corn, Buttered June Peas,
Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing. Tuesday,May 21SR
SANDWICH LINE. Grilled Cheeseor
Grilled Hamburgers. EAKFAST- Hot Oatmeal, Fried
SUPPER .. Baked Beef and EMS to Order, Creamed Dried Beef
NAVAL AIR STATION Noodles, Fried Flounder, Tartar on Toast, Baked Pork and Beans,
SUNDAY Sauce, Parsley Buttered Potatoes, Choice .f Luncheon Meat or Pork
Polonaise Cauliflower, Seasoned Sausage, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.
Green Beans, Yellow Cake with DINNER .. Mlnestrent S.up,
Holy Communion- :::30 a.m. at
Chocolate Icing. Steamship Round of Beef, Natural
All Saints Chapel. Church School Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Okra and

all ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel Saturday,May22 Tomato Juice, Buttered Whole Kernel
Corn, Yellow Pound Cake.
Annex. Divine Worship 10:30 at
: .. SANDWICH LINE. Grilled Cheeseor
All Saints' Chapel. BREAKFAST hominy Grits,
Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Grilled Hamburgers.
[ \.1\\ Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Cakes with, Maple Syrup, Choice of SUPPER Simmered Corned Beef,
AV IN ( p High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An Bacon or Ham, Hash Browned Swedish Meat Balls, O'Brien
neXt Junior and senior youth Potatoes, Minced Beef, Iced Coffee Potatoes, Buttered Squash, Seasoned
: Rings. Snap Beans, Yellow Pound Cake.
Ei Fenowshi -I:3O: p.m. at Bldg. 722. BRUNCH. Fried Eggs to Order,
Evening Worshi -?:30 p.m. at Breakfast Meat or Grilled Frank. Wednesday,May 2t
small Chapel. furters, French Fried Potatoes,
''Tuesday Baked Beans, Iced Coffee Rings, BREAKFAST .. Chilled Plums,
Dutch Apple Pie. Fried Eggs to Order Grilled French
JTAX AIR NEWS Senior Choir-Rehearsal-7 p.m< SUPpER .. Chicken Rice Soup Toast with Maple Syrup Choice of
at Bldg. 750 and,Christian Science Roast Turkey Log, Snowflaked' Ham or Bacon,, Hash Browned
Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. Potatoes, Cream Gravy, Bread Potatoes, Minced Beef, Cherry Pie
NAVALJlOSPITAL Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered DINNER Chicken Gumbo Soup,
Whole Kernel Corn, Seasoned Lima Hot Roast Turkey Sandwiches,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Divine Worship-10 a.m. Beans, Dutch Apple Pie. Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry
distributed each Thursday at the U, 'S. Naval Air Station NATTC Sauce, Harvard Beets, Seasoned
Succotash, Boston Cream Pie
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Divine Worship-ll a.m., at SundayMay23BREAKFAST SANDWICH LINE. Grilled Cheeseor

I private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 500. .' Chilled Figs, Variety Meat Sandwich.
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs SUPPER ,- El Rancho Stew or
Jacksonville by 12.00 noon on Monday before publication. News CAThOLICSaturday to Order Grilled Minute Steaks, Baked Meat Loaf, Buttered Egg
Mass-S at SlEdward' French Toast with Maple Syrup, Noodles, Simmered Pinto Beans,
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or p.m. Choice Buttered Asparagus, Southern Style
of Luncheon Meat or Pork
311'. Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Sausage, Assorted Danish Pastry. Corn Bread, Boston Cream Pie.
p.m. and 11 a.m. Dally Mass- IRUNCH Fried Eggs to Order,
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Monday-11 a.m. Tuesday through Grilled Hamburger or Breakfast Thursday,May 27

available purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Friday-ll:30: a.m. Saturday Meat, French Fried Potatoes, Baked BREAKFAST .
Beans, Assorted Danish Pastry, Iced Chilled Figs,
creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Confession 10:30: and 11:15: a.m. Layer Cake Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order,

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal SUPPER. Vegetable Soup, Grilled Grilled Hot Cakes with Maple Syrup,
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to printadYf'rU'n NATTC Beef Steaks, Fried Onions, Franconla Choice of Luncheon Meat, Pork
Potatoes, Seasoned Sausage, Baked Pork and Beans, Iced
Sunday Mass-9:30 Peas, Harvard
: a.m. Bldg.
from that source. Beets, Iced Layer Cake, Coffee Rings.
500.
I DINNER. Puree of Bean Soup

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Monday,May24 Ginger Pot Roast, Natural Gravy,
Holy Day today French Fried Potatoes, Buttered June
concerning' such should be directed to: Peas Seasoned
BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Carrots, Peach
Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Shortcake with Whipped Topping.
THE HOLT Grilled
PUBLISHING COMPANY
Today is the Feast of the Hot Cakes with Maple Syrup, Choice SANDWICH LINE. Sloppy Joes on
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Ascension of our Lord. It is a of Pork Sausage, Bacon, Lyonnalse Hamburger Bun or Grilled Ham and
Telephone 388.2755 Holyday of Obligation.Mass will Potatoes, Apple Pie. Cheese.

be celebrated at Saint Edward's DINNER .. Chicken Soup, Baked Grilled SUPPER Liver- Chili Parsley Macaroni Buttered or

VOL. 29 NO. 9 MAY 20, 1971 Chapel Bldg. 752 at 11:30 a.m. Sauce Smoked, Ham, Pineapple a.id Raisin Potatoes, Buttered Broccoli Spears,
and at 4:30: p.m. Snowflaked Candled Sweet Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans, Peach
.. Potatoes, Boiled Shortcake with Whipped Topping.XAIRNEWLATWGER .


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Renewal Through Self-Help ". ,'h .
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Jax-The Chapel Annex a which is especially attractive and salvaged from Building 955 L_
heretofore drab and ancient- useful is the libraryteachersroom before It was leveled four months -
looking building where religious for which the Chaplains .
classes are conducted for station Department is most grateful to ago.The ;
dependents, has been blessed Cdr. Charles W. Dalton, directorof Chapel Annex is not the ; .
with a bright, new and lusterous the AE School at NATTC, for only building that experiencedthe 'j .
atmosphere thanks to an 18- his efforts and contributions.A benefits of Self Help. The
month 'Self Help' project reception room between the two
The monumental task of vast improvement in both the chapels has also been renovatedwith
refurbishing the dilapidated Protestant and Catholic nurseries paneled walls, carpeting, I ,
interior of the building, which may be witnessed as the and air conditioning, and the )
had once been an enlisted men's result of new lighting fixtures, chaplains' offices have received L14iw
barracks, was undertaken furniture toys and wall paneling. similar decor improvements.There M 1
Colorful .
completely by personnel from the plaques depicting are a few more planned l'<1
Chaplains Department; NATTC storybook characters are scattered alterations which are waiting to
the walls for the
and the Corrections Center. across be completed, but when the j /
of the
Most noticeable and effectiveof delight many youngsters Chapel Annex is compared today
who visit the nurseries
Sunday
the Self Help improvements I i on with what it was two years ago, it
are the walls of the classrooms, mornings.New becomes obvious that the
nurseries, lobby and auditorium ,stairway carpeting has chaplains and ,all who assisted
which have all been covered with been installed to further enhancethe them deserve praise and
paneling donated by private building's appeal, along with congratulations from the entire
groups and individuals. A late more attractive lighting fixtures air station for their ac -
addition to the Chapel Annex which the chaplains cleverly complishments. CHAPEL ANNEX 'BEFORE' Whit seems to be a grim task It
faced by two Chaplain's Department Navymen who have worked on
., the for several While much of ole barracks
Annex months. the
project
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J .J' Cecil Field Memorial
\ .. Chapel Protestant and Catholic
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families join
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.....: 1:30: P.M. at the picnic areas 1,2, V 1rL
I .' :. and 3.Each.
I!.. ....... family will bring home
..j \ ,) cooked food for themselves and
I) two others.Men living in the BEQ
.J. and BOQ are invited to attend as
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( guests of the Protestant and ',_
''liti Catholic chapel families. U _ -
.i r Soft drinks, and dessert will be KICKOFF OF CONFERENCE. Begins with Pining of NWCA 121
,.. furnished. Also to be providedwill gavel by Evelyn FiefUW (right) NWCA 121 President to Virginia I
be recreation and en- Southeast Regional President.
Daflenkott
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HELLRAZORS INVADED BY BLACKBIRDS BRIEFLYI VA-174
recently held an Informal I ceremony with Cdr. W. R. Zipperer, !
Hellrazor Executive Officer, (Center) presenting VA-4S's former
Commanding Officer, Cdr. A. H. Gonzalez, (Right Center) and the
Blackbirds new Commanding Officer, Cdr. J. E. Paganelli (Left Cycling, a word that is on
Center) with A-7 Corsair II models marking the beginning of their 7 everybody's mind today the fun
abbreviated A .7 familiarization training. Witnessing the event were and thrill of streaking down the
Mr.M. F. Landing (Right)and Mr. P. Ortego(Left), Ling Temco. EeU highway with you and your bike.
Vought Aerospace Corporation representatives. Doingyour thing but doing it
right and safe, thats what The
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l i '('j. la G. about. These people promote
motorcross races at Callahan
Florida. The events are held the
Nic last Sunday of each month with
t profits given to charities such as
'J / : Ott The Boys Home and Karen
Roberson Fund just to name a
The Sponsor..Mrs. FlfleW, president of NWCA No. 121 presents few.The club which is sanctionedby
guest speaker Captain T.T. Coleman CO of HAS Cecil Field. Captain the American Motorcycle
Coleman spoke at the Wives Club luncheon. He is also the sponsor of Association and the Florida
the Navy Wives Club of Cecil Field. Motorcycle Association
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members to what could truly be
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Buying Home? o Doak Becomes ':


I
a
Tailhook Leader

Try FHA Loan
commander Jax-Capt. William Carrier C.Airborne Doak,

Early Warning Wing 11, has
become the of the
WASHINGTONAlthough, president
When his application is acceptedby
Tailhook Association, replacing
every member of the Armed
Forces with two or more years of the agency, the serviceman'sactive Capt. Grant C, Donnelly, com
role is over until the set-
active is manding officer of Aircraft Ferry
duty eligible for
Department of Defense tlement time comes around. v: Squadron 32,last month.
The loan agency will processthe yyr
assistance in buying and selling a
serviceman's application fora The Tailhook Association was
home, very few of them take loan and make all the necessary 1 incorporated in 1968 and
advantage of that assistance. with the I in California
arrangements FHA. registered as a non-
Why? Maybe they don't know the With few exceptions, the top wy C profit organization which

advantages that could mean mortgage amount insurable by 'fosters encourages, develops,
thousands of extra dollars to the FHA under its Section 222 law studies and supports aircraft
them. Read on. is$33,000.There is no limit on the carrier pilots in the United
Statistics show most militarymen price a serviceman can pay for a States.'
and women are unaware of home, however there can be no
their benefits under the secondary financing for the V ; Among the many projects
provisions of the Federal Housing purchase price which is in excessof 1 p 'yr planned by the Tailhook
Administration's Section 222 the FHA maximum. To buy a Association is the annual reunionof
covering 'inservice loans. house that costs more than all carrier aviators, both ac-
Therefore, this article has been $33,000 a member of the Armed I tive and retired.The 15th Annual
prepared to help inform the Forces must pay cash for the Tailhook Reunion will be held
serviceman about this benefit. amount that is over $33,000. !,, tr. from September 10-12( at the
Members of the Armed Forces But from the settlement date Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas.Along
have been eligible for insured and for as long as the servicemanIs with a professional symposium,
mortagages under the Federal on active duty and lives in the .1 there will be social events, a
Housing Administration'sprogram house, his Service will pay the Sunday brunch and a traditional
since August 1954. By premiums for the FHA-required banquet. Sporting events at the
insuring the mortgage, the FHA mortgage insurance. convention will include both a
gives the members of the Armed golf and tennis tournament.
Forces a definite advantagewhen
School Needs
for home loan. Stamps
applying a
NEW PRESIDENT of the TalRxx Aaocs of
non organization
And, as long as the serviceman Jax-Those Green Stamps you Take stock in AmericaBuy
aircraft carrier aviators Is Capt. W. C. Doak (r) who receives the
stays on active duty, his service have been saving can buy a US Savings Bond
Tailhook from past President, Capt. 0. L. Donnelly.
will pay the mortgage insurance tennis court for Forest Senior
premium.In High School.
addition to having completedtwo The school plans to build a ANOTHER GREAT
years of active duty, there court and is asking students and
are several other requirementswhich adults to get the ball rolling by
a home-buying Service donating Green Stamps.
family must meet. These include .If you can help, please call I RING of FLAME
having a good credit record, Forest High School at 771-3000,
sufficient Income to meet the and ask for the Athletic Director.APPLEPOLISHER .

mortgage payments plus regular __, _u_______ __
living expenses, and sufficient RESTAURANTU.S.
cash to pay the closing costs and W.
'down payment.:
Certificate of EligibilityA
serviceman starts his
program of home buying when he
makes application for a Cer- 17 & 1-295 Jax By Pass So. of Naval Air Station, Orange Park

tificate of Eligibility (DD Form
802)) through his unit commanderto ALL THE SALAD i

maintains the headquarters his personnel records.which I 'h"A1M YOU CAN MAKEOur _

After the serviceman has been
issued his certificate, he and his huge Salad Bar providesthe
family can start looking for a greens and the dressings +
home. Price range and locationare for you to create your own
'
important factors in this masterpiece.
search. The nearest FHA office
can provide a serviceman with
\
detailed reports on availability of t J1y//y// ALL THEDRAUGHT
houses in any desired area, the
price range, transportation $1i .your BEERFAVORITECOCKTAIL

facilities interest, and many other pointsof YOU CAN DRINK

With a specific house in mind Foamy pitchers of draught
and his certificate in hand, the -TV star. beer. Have another, If you
serviceman can then apply at one let Chanin Hale is all dressed up can. For those under 21 we
of the many FHA-approved like EYe With a peach like her PLUS serve Birch Beer.
agencies for a mortgage loan. who needs an apple for a propCEDAR
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AND BLANDING BLVD. PH. 771.9983 05
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E" E ''V' Full Service Car Wash LOBSTER TAILS (5.50)... CHAR.BROILED CHOP.SIRLOIN

I': Car Interior Vacuumed STEAK ($3.50)of )
.A Ash-Trays Cleaned
k .Windows Cleaned I ,
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15 Gal.Sys White Walls Scrubbed
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h I a4!" CREDIT CARDS"
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Civil Service Highlights





I VA Committee Accepts DAR I I


Jax The National Society, hospitals.The 23, Mrs. Kerns was hostess. for a d,
Daughters of the American efforts of Mrs. William breakfast at the Army Navy )
Revolution, has been invited to O'RearKerns,national chairman Club. At this time she was :
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become a member of the of DAR service for veteran presented a doll dressed in -
Veterans Administration patients committee, and smocks DAR ladies wear while ] K
Voluntary Service National Jacksonville chapter member, doing VAVS work. In honor of
Advisory Committee. were appreciated in making this Mrs. Kerns the doll which was
To become a member an possible. presented by Mrs. Ralph L.
organization is required to have During Continental Congress in Longley Fla. State Chairman,
units actively serving at least 45 Washington,April 19 through the was named 'Miss Meryle.'
VA hospitals. The National
Society has 57 representatives In
Promotion AnnouncementsAre


PerformanceIs Announced Again LiJ


NoticedJax Jax Although merit promotion announcements are open continuously -
many applications have not been submitted.
Louis Hysmith, office Here is a list of the positions already announced for those who may Promotttf-Dennls receives certificate ............... him to full
supervisor at the Security be interested, but missed the original announcement time Upholsterer from Capt. R.T. H rdy.DeafMute .

Department received a quality
Position Title
Anact.No.
step increase from LCdr. 0. C.
Andersen officer. PWD Is
security 80-69 Aircraft Electronics Worker at
The quality step increase is the
Aircraft Instrument Worker
84-60
result of Hysmith's outstanding
Metals'A'
Inspector,
in his office. 172-69
performance 90-70 Machine Opera tor Outstanding EmployeeJax
36-70 Refrigeration Mechanic
.----------- :37-70 Boiler Plant Operator
I PHONE 3U.ms II 70-70 Policeman,GS-4 Dennis Killer, an complicated work 'without
I 129-70 Computer. Technician,GS-5 I'pholsterer at Public Works who supervision he was assigned jobs
10-71 Budget Clerk,GS-4 has received several merit requiring more skill and ability.
I 15-71 ., Aircraft Surface certificates for his work, has
30-71 Forklift Operator
been after three
promoted years Today, Killer performs full
I I 33-71 Pipefitter
of here.
12-I251 King St. employment and his
duties of an upholsterer
35-71 Conveyor Operator
I Kitler neither
I Although can
Jacksonville.Florida JJ204 handicap has not hindered his
39-71 Travel Clerk(Typing),GS-4
I talk nor bear, he has been cited
outstanding ability to com
o WANTEDUSED for his outstanding personality,
municate with his supervisor. He
CAMERAS AND I ability and knowledge of his trade
I The new promotion announcements for this week are 46-71 which according to his fellow works unsupervised and turns
EOUIPMENT.WEPAY Production Controller GS- out a volume of high quality
t DOLLAR.JU451S I Production Controller, GS-1152-5; 47-71 workers, has been an inspirationto
TOP IIs 115%-6;48-71 Supervisor Property Disposal Technician,GS11078. them. work in a minimum of time.
IBRING THIS AD WITH YOU information of the contact the Employment
For more on any positions Kitler
The 22 old Jacksonvilleman was outstanding
----------. year
Office,Ext.3448,or the Rating Branch.Ext.2320. was promoted last athlete at the Florida'School for

--- ------- week by Capt R. T. Hardy, the Deaf in St Augustine.He was
>*UUi HBBBIV33BM BnB BBKM3S3MMKS&!>JI B Public Works Officer. the football team's quarterbackand
Killer has been working at was also a member of the
The PIRATES PWD Maintenance since July wrestling team and track team.
1968. Until now he was given the He was an A -B scholar and in
most minor tasks to perform; three years received three
LOUNGE however, as his supervisor certificates of merit for his
realized his ability to do more achievement in upholstering.,

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Automobile Insurance For Everyone h;, "-"- -'. OUR ClALITYl Electronic Wheel Balancing

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Home Office: Bloomington,Illinois
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Jax News Briefs

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Er' Postage Rates Rise What1 Your Choice

Jax-Postage rates have gone
5 again! Jax-Wac your last assignmentto
up
It will now cost you 8 cents to a duty station what you had in
mail a regular first class letter mind? If not, maybe you didn't
\ f iNt/ IY mail Post submit a preference card
1 I\ and 11 cents for air asking
cards are now 6 cents. for your choice of duty.
Higher rates are also In effect According to BuPers when you
for other 0 mall and parcel post. fall to make your preferences
I Check with the post office for known, either by Duty
correct rates. Preference Card or Data
I Rotation Card, your chances of
; Rest Before Trips getting what you want are slim.

.I Jax-A large number of traffic Take time out then, to make
? I accidents occur when long your preferences known and,
according to Bupersnote 1306
distances are driven on weekends ,
Jacksonville every effort will be made to meet
I or holidays. NAS
choice.A .
S Instruction 1050.211 reminds all your
hands that sufficient rest and
planning is necessary for a safe School GraduatesGet
I Fast Advancement
trip.Remember to obey all
traffic rules and to drive courteously Jax-Graduates from all Class
SPEED TRAP-More than half of tht station' motorist have) been speeding and didn't realize itl Above all please avoid Navy 'A' Schools and selected
This fact was revealed by Patrolman Hugh Bonds of the Security Department when he tested the driving while drinking. service school may now be
department's newly acquired VASCAR speed detection device, which will soon be installed in each Another thing to remember is eligible for advancement to P03or
patrol truck. According to Sgt. Bonds, VASCAR Is more effective than radar In spotting unwary to be in the area if you call the P02 without taking the exam
speeders since a speeder can be caught from any direction with the visual average speed computerand OOD for signing on or off leave. for advancement, according to a
recorder. The device clocks a moving vehicle from one point to another and compares its Permission to check out and in by recent directive from the Bureauof
average speed with that already computed for the given distance by the VASCAR device. All the telephone is a personal con- Naval Personnel.As .
Security Department has to say is...'Speeders,watch out 11' venience. stated in Bupers Notice
1430, anyone may apply for ac-
celerated advancement while in
y Assistant JAG Praises school but must agree to extend
d their obligated length service to
MIMIMftllMtNmiMIIIMMNMINHIMMIHMIHimMIHNIAL include six years.

BONATIORGANHORN Local Law Services may Those sign under a 18 years conditional of age

",, I agreement to extend for six years
= .
: :. ,. service. upon becoming 18.
-f & VOCAL Jax-Asslstant Judge Advocate For details on the accelerated

.. fA : + Monday through SaturdayNMNNININIIN1MMNNINNINNNN General R.J.Selman for,Military JAGC, visited Law, Capt.here 'people'Capt.. Salman services also performed discussed by program ersonnel, check Office.with the Military

',IIHNNIINNNNN for a conference with former legal officers, particularly in the
RATES Commander Air Fleet field of legal assistance and
SERVICEMEN SPECIAL $M.f\g\ double per occupancy person Jacksonville RAdm. Lawrence adjudication of personnel claims. VP-16 Thanks Repairman
Heyworth Jr., and Navy lawyers He reiterated the interest of the
Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Blur's{ Seafood
of the and the
aboard this station.At Secretary Navy Jax-VP-16 would like to thank
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
Swimming Pool Free Undercover Parking Chief of Naval Operations in the AX1 A.N. Parker, AX3 M.K.
the meeting he discussed the prompt handling of these im- Bradshaw and H. Craig, NAESU
e importance of reducing court- portant benefits to military representative, for repairing two
JAtKSDNVlLE (ij martial processing time and personnel and their families. AQH-1 tape recorders May 12 and
pointed out and it is the best way He noted that the Jacksonvillearea
MOTOR HOTEL MOTEt( to improve justice for military lawyers have been doing an 13.They repaired the recorders,
901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 personnel charged with offenses. excellent job in reducing court- although they didn't have a test
The practice would result, he marital processing time and bench
setup, by using a portable
Within walking distance to all points of 'Interest stated in
improved discipline and providing other important legal tester and the aircraft itself as a
effieciency within the Naval services test bench.

Since these. were critically
short items with no spares
available, they contributed
directly to the squadron's intense
operational committments.If .


I education is the key to a

jVacation. higher standard of living, it's not
surprising that the Indian is low

man on the totem pole. The
average family income for
reservation Indians is $1,500 less

,, than half the Nat'l average.
Health statistics are equally
depressing.Roul Tunley,
'Smooth Path at Rough Rock'
American Education, 3-71 (Quote
Magazine)


Everyone needs vacation.. Let your

Credit Union help with yours. A good HONDA
vacation, with rest and a change of pace
V can do wonders
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in all problemsof

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Plan Now For TaxSavingJax 't'f




Now, not l April'!; is the time to save money on your income tax.

something you can do now that will help you the next time you tackle that
'simplified' income tax form.

Gifts to recognized charitable I
When ,
organizations are deductible. orders you get or are expecting your color set? Did you get three
go through the
knows house and beautiful fondue sets for J
Everyone that. But not so pick out all those items
that
. well known is the fact that these don't really have to you Christmas presents? Have your _
contributions can be in the form put things in this move. Don't youngsters outgrown their E
of property. Military families can because category just bicycles or clothes? You don't 5 I)
i take advantage of this fact and they are too good to think you'll be able to use that 4
throwaway... the thing to surfboard in
?
Memphis
save themselves moving troubles
consider is: 'Do we really need
! at the same time. Here's how to it '
: ? Do you have a television set Be sure to keep a record of the d
do it. you don't watch since you got items you donate. According to 1 r ry M Mo

Your Federal Income Tax, the
IRS official guide to the in-
i NATTC Blood Donors dividual taxpayer here's what sl f
j I you need to write down at the I 1 1f

time of the donation and keep for f L 1

: Cited By Station HospitalJax your name income and address tax return.of The the

organization to which the

AE3 Mark L. Althauser, who require extensive trans- property was donated. The dateof
a staff member at NATTC's AE fusions would be many times the contribution. A description
'A' School, has received a letterof more difficult perhaps im of the property in sufficent detail
praise from the NAS Hospitalfor possible. The Naval Hospital has to identify it, and it's condition at
recruiting blood donors for extended its sincere the time of the contribution. The
hospital patients. NATTC who have gratitude to approximate (gift, bequest, PROMOTION GRANTED Lt. (|Jg) John F. Voght gets a IIHie help
men
volun-
Capt. John E. Kennedy, teered donations. purchase, etc.) The fair market from his wife Laurie and Capt. R. T. Hardy, Public Works Officer, in
commanding officer at NATTC, Althauser value at the time of the con- donning his new shoulder boards after being promoted to his present
presented the letter to AE3 Mo., enlisted, a in native the Navy of Festus in 1968., tribution including the method rank. Ha ,laths assistant RetkUnt Office' Charge of Construction.
Althauser last week. used in determining the value.
A graduate of AE 'A' School, he
Blood donors are selected from was assigned to the school's staff Now thru Sunday
students in each new class at and will be receiving orders to The hardest part of all this Is
Phase 0 of the AE 'A' School. VC-6 in Norfolk in July. setting a value on the donations.
Petty Officer Althauser was There are two things to keep in 1ii4

congratulated for helping this JOWC Slates mind about this. The Internal
continuing project. Revenue Service won't allow you r
Without NATTC's blood more than you claim and don't be /
donations, the Naval Hospital's May LuncheonJax unreasonable. Don't claim new
task of treating many patients cost for anything unless it is
Jacksonville Officer'sWives unused and not subject to style

Club (JOWC) will hold changes. There is a market for "El.JUIfJ1'
.' Ioioi> their May luncheon at the Club almost anything of value, new or
Continental, 2141 Astor St in used. Shop around and find out

". Orange Park, Wednesday; May how similar items are selling. if / ,

26.Cocktails The value in short, is not what a r
will begin at noon and second store will offer you and
the luncheon will begin at 1 p.m. it's probably not what you paid
A fashion show will be presentedby for it..it's what people in generalare
the Geranium Boutique in paying for similar items in
Orange Park and there will also similar condition. If there's no

,be election of officers. other way of establishing value,
The price is$2.50 per person for make a good guess about how
the luncheon and door prize. long one should last. If you know
Reservations must be in by what it cost new and how long

May 21. Call Barbara Landry at you've had it, you can ap- GRANTMASTER TIRE GUARANTEE
264-4478 or Mary Ann Malick at the value. .
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retire in Jacksonville.
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Right now, you're only 10 minutes away 'WIDE CAT'


from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain. WIDE GRANTMASTER TREAD- 78 SERIES


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No squirm no mud! Hazard l mini.mizer.1 $
Firm contact with road! / 2597E71 <

(Where the Good Life is included in the rent.) No* POLYESTER thump, bumps CORD BODY! Comfortable!

ride (or the life of the tires! M i...+.

POSITIVE-TRACTION
We have 6yes( six) swimming pools. D Plus 2045 Jammes Rd., Jacksonville FU. Wide tread grip like claw. Grab the
shuffleboard and badminton -U With ,,,,Y Phone: 781-3818 road harder than ordinary treads!
congenial' young neighbors to help enjoy them. RENTING HOURS: TUBELESS WHITEWALLS
o All only one block from golf and an T ,. Mon. Thru Sat.: 8:30-6:30:: : ; Sun. 1.6:30: EXTRA-WEAR CONCAVI MOLDED PI..... ___ 10, IALa
elementary school.with other schools shopping 1 y A DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd.. Track cool wide, sure..hold v-4 TItIr cTc clrni
centers and boating minutes away You s turn right on San Juan-Continue past curves corn'era, itraightaway i oYr.u P11-14 "aslr'.1' :::: "u.1+nNL1 '
can get to Cecil I Field or the Naval Air Station } Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road Slier r1 II 131"
in 10 minutes; downto"n.J.acksonv'lIe: I in 15. -turn left to apartments. NO EXTRA CHARGE ILI4. Sa..a, rr N 1M"
wIt 77"" 11.61 sun
O Apartments have individually controlled i for Inttollotionl' G"" ns.. .1.1, lilt?
and air conditioning, carpeting. rlFlt HIM
heating
X11 ii N
for
fire rotation
door to courtyard HIM
draperies and sliding glass
D And you move into a 1 or 2 [L .v.ry 5,000 miUil
or balcony.
,
Furnished or unfurnished t
bedroom apartment today. DO YOU HAVE A GRANTS CREDIT ACCOUNT? Ui. It coaiMoKoait.
vRLEN' / SUNDAY NOON-6 PM WEEKDAYS: 10 AM-10 PM
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I Navy Exchange Features Father's Day Specials I


-
Jax Pollution -of the air, our or boating Is destroying our lakes station and have your exhaust The most important words in Start preparing now for the big
water and la fact, of our entire and riven; so too Is that system checked. Take a trash swimwear this summer are July 4th weekend. Picnic supplies
environment should be the phosphate detergent you're usingIn bag along the next time you go softness and shape. There is a such as paper plates, cups,
concern of each of ui. Too often your washing machines. fishing or boating and check out definite trend toward softer, napkins, plastic knives, spoons
we have let others shoulder the Others, such as IDdultrtalproducenmustlbarethelargtr some of the non phosphate more drapeable fabrics with less and forks are all available at the
responsibility of curing It whilewe detergents on the market. inner construction. 'Exchange.
through little careless acts, blame for the sad state of our By taking these few small Bright and clear shades in
have made matters worse. environment. But we, as Individuals steps, each of us will be con swimwear will be 'In' this Services
That faulty muffler or exhaust can take the InitiativeIn tributing to the fight against summer, especially for the two -
pipe on your car Is polluting the this battle against pollution by pollution. piece suits. As for the classic one Beat the heat! The Navy Ex-
air with carbon. That empty beer exercising common sense and piece, look for darker shades change Service Station has a
can or soft drink container you good judgement. MERCIIANDISE highlighted by white or a con- wide assortment of cool cushionson
towed over the side while fitting Take yew ant U UM service trasting color.Although display for comfortable
-- -- Sunday, June 20th, Is Father's some prints will still summer driving. Your service
Day Make Dad 'King For A Day' be popular this season, the big station also has radiator coolant
6CCSi A p pj by selecting one of the many gift trend is toward novelty stitchingand available for preventing your
items the Exhange is featuring on solid backgrounds. Check engine from overheating.June .
urrt for his special day. Power tools, your Exchange's beachwear is busting out all over. The
porting equipment, fishing rods department for the style and trees are In bloom, the grass Is
and reels, golf balls, tennis color which suits you best. green and our fancies turn to the
r ft4ar. rackets and a wide range of after out of doors. Up to now our
shave lotions, wallets and pipesare Children's Department operations gave you comfort out
tr Just a few of the selections of the cold, wind and rain in
from which to choose. New items Children will have an exciting pleasant surroundings In a
for the lIiFi and for the hobbyistare summer as far as sportswear Is favorite pastime eating. Now
tape decks, turntables, concerned. The ethnic Influence we are busy bringing our serviceto
speakers and complete music in girl's sportswear is comingInto your outdoor pleasures -
systems.For fashion and the look Is soft, swimming pools and beaches,
the June bride, the Exchange laced, braided or embroidered picnic areas, golf courses and
is offering a wide The denim story is becoming a ball parks. Look for another
1k M assortment of gift and decorative fashion feature In the girls' venture that has been added an
household items and appliances, sportswear field. The polyester oldfavorite the hot dog cart.
including toasters, irons and double knit Is the most talked Last call for drycleaning your
blenders. For a more personalgift about fabric right now. The color winter clothing before the
high fashion bridal lingerieand story is varied with pastels In summer heat. Check your
trousseau pieces would makea deeper tones, but brighter than closets, cloak rooms and dresser
,,.yy. rFPY.x welcome addition for her usual; 'Americana' colors of red, drawers for sweaters, coats and
ANNUAL HOUSEWARES EVENT The Total Look' Is the then wardrobe. white, and blue are very much hi slacks which need cleaning now.
Friends or relatives who are the limelight this summer.In Possibly have them 'cleaned
for the annual Housewares Event at the Navy Exchangi to be held
beginning n.xtwe.k through June 3. Special sale: on housewares and graduates this month certainly the casual blouse category, only' now for storage with
white Is still the later in the fall beforeuse.
electrical appliances In the latest designs and colors will be featured. would appreciate any of the most popular pressing
handsome gifts available at the color.Other important colors this .
Exchange, Including wrist summer are lemon yellow, hot Did you think vending
watches, pen and pencil sets or pink and rose. machines were Just another
Open for your convenience a.m.-l 0 p.mD engraved cigarette lighters and For the boys, the mock turtle product of the 20th Century?
jewelry boxes. shirt along with striped slacks Well, you were wrong. The first
PICKUP & DELIVERY \ For your travel needs this will make him the young fashion vending machine was inventedin
a ROAD SERVICED ; ( summer, large, small and plate of any neighborhood. The Greece in the year 215 B.C. bya
) double breasted dacron wool Greek mathematician and
MECHANIC ON DUTY medium sited luggage for men was
and women are now at the Ex hopsack still leads all other used in temples to dispense holy
O AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS change.Also check on flight bags models In the boy's sport coat water at the drop of a Greek
wls latr and travel shaving kits. category.As dracma. Today you can enjoy a
BOB'S OAK HILL June 14th is Flag Day. Show for slacks, flares different kind of holy water
that patriotic spirit by displayingOld everywhere, in every model dispensed through Navy Ex-
Glory. Flags with mounting fast back and even jeans; red, change vending machines
Iunin'SERVICE > brackets are available now at the white and blue combinations will located throughout the base. But
Exchange. be a must. don't pour it over you head -
,CENTER drink it. It's so 0 0 0 -
refreshing.

J03rd & Jammes Road 771-9155 Pirate's Cove
SHOP WHERE THE

-- Whatever your taste ''In
clothing,be it'mod' or 'mad,' one
style never changes the old
rr fashioned 'night cap.' Have
yours at ohe Enlisted Men's Club.
There being no place near this
1I t place like this place, this must be

...Shop SIMMONS and SAVE I ., the place. Why not celebrate
l Father's Day at your place, the
rI U.S.D.A. CHOICE MEATS Enlisted Men's Club. You'll find
o fine food, drinks and service.
MEATS CUTS FOR FREEZERSOld Have you rented your summercar
yet? Shop and
Fashion Over The Counter Retail Market compare -
your Navy Exchange offers the
foJ971 FINANCING AVAILABLEOr lowest price on new car rentals;
Use MASTERCHARGE or BANKAMERICARD many are air conditioned.So .

. . you son has graduated and
SIMMONS FOOD SERVICE you've bought him a gift. Have it

Wesconnett Phone 771.3761 wrapped at the Personal Service
FREEAUTOMATIC R. E. Howell, Mgr. We Deliver Center, where any gift can be

I wrapped.expertly and decoratively

Approved for Veteran's Training Approved
for Veteran's
Training Approved for Veteran's Training

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TRANSMISSION = TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, INC.
3 Jacksonville, Florida 0 0

WITH THE PURCHASE OF Accredited" Member of the National Home Study Council'' 1
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ANY NEW '71 PINTO... -91E HOME STUDY DIVISION COURSES
..55IS !
BIG SELECTION OF 2 DOORS Industrial I ElectronicsBookkeeping I a.

-RUNABOUTS- a i:: II
and 55PAGE
AIR CONDITIONED PINTOS. E Accounting 3
= Massey School Rep. Mr. Rouse Will Be At The Education !
Office:
INCLUTION
tRANSpORtA: DUVAMOTORS LL MAINSIDE NAS BLDG: 200 Weekly Wed. 1o00AMto: 1:00: PM.
MAYPORT NAS Bldg 53 Weekly Thur. =
11:00: AM to 2:00: PM.
DEALER CECIL FIELD NAS Bldg 41 Room 218,
Weekly Thur.
_i PM t07:00: PM
pREpARAtIONI 1616 CASSAT In Service Personnel
., Must Have Two Years
Pha317.6S41 I, In Service

Approved for Veteran's Training Approved for Veteran's Training
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Publisher ,,, CLASSIFIED Call: 388-2755 ADVERTISING : Movie Schedule :


JAX AIR NEWS ;

NAS Jacksonville Ads Should be mailed to arrive not later than
t Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. !. :iii iThursday(-
LATW I NG E R I, Ads arriving too late for this deadline' will *

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher published Is the following week unless the May 20 Sunday May 23
t 'Instructed otherwise A check or
money order for the full cost of the ad
must be
received WITH the copy for the ad. NAS: 'WHERE EAGLES NAS: 'GOODBYE GEMINI'
: DARE' Color spy drama starring Color drama starring Judy

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 Richard Burton, Clint Eastwoodand Gefson and Martin Potter. 'R' F

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional, (4 words per line) sOc Mary Ure. 'G' E (140 mlns.) ((89 mins.)

: HOSPITAL : 'KELLY'S HOSPITAL: 'TARZAN'S

HEROES' Color action war JUNGLE REBELLION'
-- -
---1 comedy starring Clint Eastwood,

ORANGE PARK Donald Sutherland and Telly Monday, May 24

\\ .,.i...J. t., YM.N l1_ 2 BR House, Furn. Air Cond. $mint to CREDIT W9 UNION CHEVY REPOSSESSIONS NOVA V-l Savalas. 'GP' G (145 mins.)

NAS. We rent to TAD Personnel or '307' CID, 3.pd. Floor, vinyl top. Exc. NAS: 'START THE
SERVICE WIVES bachelors. 264.6884.UNFURN Cond. $1800. Friday. May 21 REVOLUTION WITHOUT ME'

CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS HOUSE FOR RENT 70 VW BUG Color drama comedy starring

Jobflnders 1372 Cassat 387-5624 or Riverfront, pool, patio, dock, 2 carp. Exc. Con. $1725 NAS: 'CATCH 22' Color Donald Sutherland and Hugh
1022 Park Street, 3547888. BR, Den, 2Vi B. Fireplace, Kit 8. '64 TR-4 comedy drama on war starring Griffith. 'GP' VG ((93 mins.)
SALES MANAGEMENTWe t Laundry eqUip.CH & Air, Downtown Excepting sealed bids.
Alan Arkin Martin Balsam and
35 mln, NAS 25 min. ,
are seeking several Switzerland, $300 'GOODBYE
(men or 70 BOAT HOSPITAL:
mo. 268.5138. Richard Benjamin. 'R' E ((122
women), aggressive, opportunity Motor and trailer. 18' Fiberglass 85 GEMINI'
minded Individuals who are InterestedIn r HR Mtr. mins.)
organizing and building a businessof Call Ron Rohrer HOSPITAL : 'WHERE
their'own with the fastest selling 'C eT rE';' Ext. 2431 or 387.5622 EAGLES DARE' Tuesday, May 25
new product In its field. This opportunities WE FINANCE

prime requirements are NEW NAS: 'GIRLY' Color suspense
desire and determination to fulfilling 3 BR. Home, Saturday, May 22
C. Heat.
Lrg. Wooded IMS PLYMOUTH FURY drama starring Michael Bryantand
your potential. Call for personal Interview Lot, $14,800. Terms, 3 ml. no. of Green Station Wagon, Auto. Trans., $450. NAS: 'TARZAN'S JUNGLEREBELLION' Vanessa Howard. 'R' F (101
Ron Langdon at 398-9Q.47. Cove
Springs. ROYCE SMITH Used Cars Color adventure mins.
OFFICE WORKER BEAUTIFUL 1557 Cassat Ave. drama starring Ron Ely and Sam )

Part-time, Ideal for Navy wife, Riverfront Lot, 115' on St. John's Over 184.3658 Jaffee.IG' G (80 mlns.) HOSPITAL: START THE
300' deep. 3V ml. of
no. Green Cove
Normandy Blvd. area, Call Mrs.
7860721. Springs. Terms. 19UVWGood HOSPITAL: 'CATCH 22' REVOLUTION WITHOUT ME.
Parman.
!
Cond. 781 2385
Twin Realty, Realtor' -

i,;' .'M' 'l's."'EL"'i,-.1.\'."H"'WlOr"S'. .W Green 284 Cove.3681 Springs or Extra Nice 63 I VW SUNROOF $570 -

Salesman after 5_pm 284.5475 ASTRO MOTORS

UPRIGHT PIANO HOUSE FOR SALE 6566 Normandy Blvd.

Refinished Best Offer over $150. 284- VA.S'PERCENT EQUITY 1970 YAMAHA ..A
9451. Cedar Hill, 3 BR, Kit. equip. AC. 350 Cycle, Exc. Cond., $695. See at
BEARADIOOR Ed C. Philips 387.2503, Realtor Triumph of Jax or Call 733 6292.

ANNOUNCER 1ti FORDV
Recorded message by leading announcer 3 BR,2 BATH HOME -8, Auto. Trans., R & H, PS, AC $695.
tells you how. Cail any hour. Family Rm., Cent. A., Covered Patio, ROYCE SMITH Used Cars
SELLING USED CARS WITH
3552944. Fenc. yd., Garb. disposal, Equity 1557 Cassat Ave.
$2,500 plus closing cost $190. mo. 314-3658
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS Assume VA.Loan. Orange Park 264 .
% GUARANTEE
MUSTANG 100
Consoles some with AM-FAA, tape 8531. R & H, 6 cyl., Standard $900. 7727775 -
players. At dealers cost to liquidate CASHI .
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409.) MNNM/NNNNMM
We buy,sell,and trade equities il CHEVY 2-DOOR SEDAN

AIR CONDITIONING SERVICEAuto 771.3605 Louise T, Bailey Broker new cylinder sticker., stick, R&H. Runs good$240, 70 VW Sedan $1795Diamond

AC, Room units, Central Units.
ASTRO MOTORS Blue, R&H. Stock No. 5114
Repairs. Reasonable 'HIDDEN WATERS'Black '
Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. j Creek, Canal or Lake lots 6566 Normandy Blvd. 70 VW Sedan $1995Yellow

38B-SU1 available. Excellent fishing, boating, CAMPER forte Ton Truck
4711 Palmer Lake Shore swimming. Mobile Home area. Also Sleeps four Must Sell. 264.6250 or 264- Air conditioned, R&H. Stock No. 7594.
permanent home area. High, wooded' 6150.
AKC COLLIE PUPS lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake 70 VW Sedan $1895Diamond

6 weeks old, Shots and wormed, 264 Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992. 62 VW SEDAN Blue, R&H, WWT, Stock No. 4199.
4Q80 Big chrome wheels and tires. Ready to

FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE roll. $490 69 VW Sedan $1695 .
Private Home collections of German Ideal house for Navy family. Con ASTRO MOTORS
Antique Clocks for Sale. Ex. Cond. venient to NAS, JAX & CECIL 6566 Normandy Blvd. Diamond Blue, AM-FM Radio, .Heater, Stock No. 4955.

PN1 Walrath, 3883022. FIELD. bedroom, 2-bath, live-In
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. kitchen, dining room, den, patio 8> s 69 VW Glitterbug $1595Blue
garage. Central heat & air. Call 771- WET
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. 0437 or 772.2151 for appointment. Auto Stick Shift, Heater. Stock No. 6446.
Pick & Delivery Available.
Grooming up Defining B Bathing. 69 VW Sedan $1895Diamond

Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard Blue, Air conditioned, R&H, WWT. Stock No. 7839.
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 MOBILE' : )HOMES> .t
,
Edgewood Crt. 3890064.
t j I TWO 67 VW Sedans $1295White

LAWNS EDGING &MOWING JUSTISS TRAILER PARK or Blue, Radio & Heater.
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
clean up the mess and leave It neat. trailer and Apts. 389.3007, 69 VW Squareback $1895
Call Hart 771.3211 Ext. 8340
"361", Diamond Blue, R&H, WWT.
VA FINANCINGNo
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH money down on New Star Mobile TWO 69 Karmann Ghias $1975Sunset
Wllford's Fish Camp 264-9707, Home, Bill Vernon, CPO, USN Ret.
S& J Mobile Homes CALL R&H.
WILL BOARD HORSES 3708 Philips Hwy 388-2755
New Born, 40 acres for riding, Ex. 398.8926 68 Karmann Ghia $1795White
cellent care, Reasonable prices. 264-
8898. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTOn Air conditioned, R&H.
Prlv. lots off Doctors Lake Dr.
4 NEW TIRES AND WHEELS Orange Park. 1-12x60, 3 BR 1.10X45, 2 69 Kombi $1995White
for Mobile Home. Will sell all for cost
.
BR. Call 264 9487 after 5 p.m.IRANSPORTATON. .
,
l Radio and Heater. WWT.
of one. Ext. 3822 NATTC NAS Jax or )
733-2485 ask for Chief Forrest. .Jf" '\. .J
) \ 67 VW Bus $1595Deluxe
'
' :: DEERSPRINGS White, Radio and Heater.
r' .:p: / % ;1 1 .
,,_..."' .. i<<...RENTALSHOUSE '*,;.;:!.
62 KARMANN GHIA Coupe ESTATES, 68 VW Camper $2795Pop

FOR RENT Radio and heater. *540 Top, Air Conditioned, R&HJacksonville's.

3 BR, 2 B, Fenced yard, located In ASTRO MOTORS ........................ ........."".............
Cedar Hills, 389.8963 anytime Avail 6566 Normandy Blvd. Keystone Heights ;s..M. .st'
June 1. _
? 6t 4 DR HT POLARAPS Mobile Homes
HOME FOR RENT PB, AC, Radio, White Top, Green
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, huge living and bottom, White leather Interior, 1 Complete Selectionof
dining area, fenced backyard, com owner, Warranty transferrable. $1650 Clyde W. Simpson & Co
bination den and eating area, built I in Firm-low mileage, EVZ-1077 after 5 REALTOR 356-6849
stove, air conditioned, with garage. p.m. Used VW'slMost !
Located about six blocks from new

from Memorial Englewood Hospital High, It's with two Southslde blocks _" .""'''Anv'"III''''''' all years & styles to choose from! ....

Jr. High and Englewood Elementaryclose OPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK..7AMT010PM ......................."......"..........................""............."........."'.........
by. NAS Is a straight shot across
new bridge. $175. per month. Call 733-, HERLONG ROAD COIN LAUNDRYRain
0313 after 1pm.WILMARAPTS..
soft water-Cleaner Clothes with Half the Soap

2 Air Br.,Cond.LR.,,Breakfast Parking Nook for ,.2 Elec.cars Kit.off, NO WAITING! t ."JlB.:..

& Sewage
street. Water, Garbage --
Furn $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (plus 40 Top Load Washers :V'' ,/
Weekends 389.0744. ::;:; :: nHS: .EN; :;:;:::::;INC:;:; ::
tax) 387-2541. f
:
19 30 Ib. Dryers : .
.
FOR SALE OR RENT \' ( ." ,
RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your 1.! '
equity or let us rent your home. (Also 20 Ib. and 30 Ib. washer recommended 1.ttl4it'!
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for for rugs, blankets and heavy work clothes : {:::
listCall
map or sales and rental
Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264.2411. 8024 HERLONG ROAD (Next Door to 7-11 Store)
PARK REALTY
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f!.. Nattc Graduates :- T Military Hospitals Comply


,r. One-Millionth With State Abortion Laws

LJi .
Jax-LCpL Richard D Rice U
a one..In-a,million student. ( WASHINGTON Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird
The 18-year.. old Marine from has advised the Military Departments that abortions in
Mason,Mich. graduated here last r R military medical facilities in the United States shall be

Thursday from Aviation Ord- governed by the policy of the state where the hospital is
nance School and became the one : eA
.. millionth graduate of the Naval located.The .

Air Technical Training Center. effect of the polly( is to The new ruling was issued to

lie was honorman of his class reverse Service regulations the Service Secretaries in a
with an overall average of 87.8. issued last summer, wlttch had memorandum by Secretary
Upon graduating from the 12 liberalized the rules on abortionsat Laird, who said Service
week AO course, he also receiveda military hospitals. regulations must contain this
promotion to his present rank. There are about 165 military statement:
which will be affected
At a ceremony In his honor, r hospitals 'Although Service medical
LCpl. Rice received a one by the policy modification which practice is not subject to
millionth graduate plaque from r rf was directed by President Nixon.In regulation under State law, it has
Capt. John E. Kennedy, NATTC a statement issued from San been determined, as a matter of
commanding officer. He was rn Clemente In April, President policy, that in those States where
later flown to NAS Memphis to be f Nixon said laws regulating the State criteria on terminationof
guest of honor in ceremoniesthere. ,6 abortion have been the province pregnancies are more
L of the states, not the Federal restrictive than the above policy,
Government. 'That remains the procedures in military facilities
LCpl. Rice is to be stationed at situation today,as one state after in those States shall be in ac-'
El Toro, Calif. another takes up this question, cordance with the more
debates ithe said. 'That is '
RICHARD RICE receives One- where the decisions should be restrictive Included criteria.in the President'sstatementwas
from
Millionth-Graduate Plaque
made.: his personal viewson
I NATTC CO, Capt. John Kennedy.
NEWEST CONCEPT the matter, which, he said 'the
IN APARTMENT country has a right to know...'

# LIVING ITS YOUR COMMUNITY. He said:
IIr 'From personal and religious
1,2 and 3!e/room 1 aa+i 2 htks beliefs I consider abortion an
Spmfovt rmi,wU.wMtwt,nntrclh
*.l A&lr cn4.Privet*p.tl.i,twntoki ,. ,; ,,,II unacceptable form of population
.. .. ; Further, unrestricted
control.
iwlmmlnf p l m4 party t m. ",{ ,/ I
;
.1( \
.
'.R(. 'is abortion policies, or abortion on
;. 264-8102 jr .' ::1(;. ,1"1."f t,;, demand, I cannot square with my
'f '';_::;': "f:' :, personal belief in the sanctity of
.
IIOOKINOSUYAVI.MRtCnONfa ." $ / .
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'fMO' human life-including
MWMA liwdlna/ Uvd. & .. '' ,," '
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Orcngt fork.MJnuta.way.k MW 1293 'I, I .. ."""" the yet unborn. For surely, the
K j unborn have rights also,
X
'" recognized even In principles
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expounded by the United Nations.
:
1>ur's is a nation with a Judaeo-
/c cl Christian heritage. It is also a
TO ALL PROSPECTIVE 12' nation with serious socialproblems..problems
A SHORT MESSAGE e\
I .. WIDE MOBILE HOME BUYERS l\ of

We are stocking so many I '' "AlII" malnutrition,of broken homes, of
't 24' wide homes,we have no ( poverty and of delinquency. But
space for 12' wldes' If you none of these problems justifies
We Trade for Anything want the BEST POSSIBLE < such a solution.'A .
From Billie Goat BUY In this area, see us good and generous people

toBattlethlps! NOW. LET'S will not opt, in my view, for this
CLOSING OUT ALL 12 JEEPITiCLEAN kind of alternative to its social
WIDESFORTHEPRESENTIBank dilemmas. Rather, It will open its
and Saving&Loan hearts and home to the unwanted
Long Term Financing IP children of its own, as it has done
for the unwanted millions of other
R.. '
.. lands.
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.. '"SPECIAL DISCOUNTS j FJC Opens New

I -, 'r toMILITARY/ and CIVIL SERVICE Personnel' .

siD Johns Mobile Homes Education Centers

Jax..Florida Junior College
t US HWY 17 GREEN COVE SPRINGS CALL 264.3301 Jax Direct) SOUTHWEST COUNCIL- Area Chamber of Commerc.NOWOPEN. announces three new outlying

community centers operatingthis
summer with various adult
programs and courses being
a offered to area residents.
the Longbranch, Moncrief and S.A.
to See Hull Elementary Shools have
beed added to the list of FJC
pROFEssIONALS adult evening centers.
Diversified training in such
k : courses as basic clothing con

t. struction, slimnastics, typing,
TIRES I '''' '''' -" -
MAJOR BRAND & SERVICE = ) health education and wigstylingwill
O REPAIR T
O AUTOMOTIVE SHOCKS THE be among the many available
BATTERIES SERVICE courses.
O COMPLETE BRAKE i High school review, readingand
i O RETREADING k ,1de11oate
___ O RECAPPING MENT AND basic adult education will
__ also be offered at the centers.
___ O WHEEL END SERVICE ,......;.:...".;.;.:....:. .. _/ ELEPHANTS There is no fee charged for the
t _____ 'fRONT i i \ 1i\\i t.\" :' adult basic education program

; and only a nominal fee for the
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\S%:::\_:\%:: : : We have... other courses.
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CREDIT ir.Ju.m: : Interested persons may
INSTANT ; WATERBEDS register June 15-24 from 7 to 10
p.m. Tuesday and Thursday
evenings at the adult center in
CHARTER O\\ PARTY ITEMS BLACK LIGHTS their area.
II BAR ACESSORIES POSTERS
: I CLEVER KITCHENWEAR
, [31 Dii .GIFTS FOR DAD (Father's Day Soon I)

\I' v and much, much more.


ARLINGTON WESTSIOE 723.1511 351-7371 10 % DISCOUNT
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SPRINGFIELD RIVERSIDE 3S4-10S1 355.0112i TO MILITARYWITH

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; 1f IIP' r' CVWR-20 Ends /\
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ORE TrainingJax < w R RI

Units of Attack Carrier
Air Wing Reserve 20 which is

4 headquartered here at NAS Jax
CVR have completed a successful two. I
week and a+
A weapons deployment e M a i
operational readiness evaluationat

NAS Fallon, Nev.

Squadrons which participatedare I
VA-204 from NAS Memphis, II I
VA-205 from NAS Atlanta, VA-209
,4v from NAS Glenview III; and

VAQ-208 from NAS Alameda,

: ; i Calif Throughout, the two week

t period squadron members )

practiced conventional weapons
delivery dive bombing, coor
dinated air strikes and

navigation.
Assisting the squadrons with
(training were staff members of P 4

CVWR-20 from NAS Jax, Light .r
'H'CVWR20 Attack Wing One from Cecil
Field, and ComNavAirLant.
PERSONALIZED BANKING AT YOUR SERVICE What seems to

be a small box in front of the Barnett First National Bank's drive In ...
---..... OCS Graduates window is actually the first Sentinel Drive Up System In the area. The

ORDNANCEMENprepare Slate ReunionNewport unit has been Installed here for added customer convenience and Is
20 mm Cannons and similar to those in use at many department stores. Simply by pushinga

Mark 82 bombing systems for R.I.-A 20th anniversary button, a customer may have his deposit speeded pneumatically to
training exercises during their Reunion of Officer the teller inside and returned to him -all without leaving his car.

first annual two week training Candidate School graduates and 1 1O
cruise at Fallon, New. their families and former staff

s .r members is slated for June 11
here.
The event will be higlighted
TrafficViolations' with sports activities and picnics,

with a night of dancing at the
Gala Reunion Ball.

Officers who want to attend,
call or write before June 1 to the
Public Affairs Office, Officer
Jax-The following is a reportof Candidate School, Naval Base,
motor vehicle accidents and Newport R.I. 02840. Phone 401- ;?P 7 i w
traffic violations for the period of Ml-3737-3254.

May 39.Number
of Accidents WOMEN DRIVERS.

This period 5. After a woman parks her car, '
This period a year ago 7. is which of Model I c..
her next big problem Don't |lust ,peek! Open wide your
Total accidents this year 106. the two meters to use- tyttl' Yours not drtmlng Iy1.
.
hUIt foot family room I It
Total accidents through this Supervision, 3-71 (Quote I dream com true 'In thli Btllilrbeauty.
hp*r*t. dlnlnfl room, }
period Jastyear. 126. .
Magazine)
t Bedroom 1 Both our family
Total number of days since last horn,It t.nt.ttk.lly 1 low In prlcoBtlldr'l .

injury in a motor vehicle accident .1 ,
54. ALL ., .. -

Number of days since an injury ESAR 0511 0511NEW '. -

last year Number at this of time ViolationsThis 20. WHO r t

period 77, MtdIt
m C4 i It|ut, unballevablti
Speeding 13. & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW r 4 Bedroom, Family doom
:;:;:: Living Room, Dining loom
Reckless driving 1. & USED TV SETS : Kitchen, I Bath and a lira
9. NEW.& USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES Utility loom ei ven room of
Going through stop signs .
: ::: unm tchd Ityllnfl and tconomy.
;;:
Other Violations 54. NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
::::::. .n
Twenty-five drivers appeared AIR CONDITIONERS 1111ji / .,
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon Hrs. 9a.m. 7p.m. Come In& Browse

May 13. Disposition of the N T I
FURNITURE CO
cases included the following: CONNETr I
Sixteen lost driving and 5326 WESCONNETT at 103rd 771 050. Model, C..

parking privileges aboard the >:::::"':ii::: : ", :::: : :;;;m;;:::,..::;, :""", ;:",@ ::;:,, ;::;:, 'A" central* the ntrnc living and foyerparte quiet

station for various periods; 15 "" WWXBRAKE:: ::: ;:;:.:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: / BUY rtt bedroom of Cl I ..'h'You'll and find many I
:::::; : : doted plus fr
were assigned to complete an : :::::::;:::::::::::: roomy a **lIP.rat.
wti '
;t room. Why not include a
family
eight-hour course in remedial :: room flreplcc* (optional)
In_your piansl l lMedel _
driving; 15 received suspensions; :: \ ,
LINING
3 were given warnings; 7 were !

dismissed; 21 were fined (U.S. ,
Magistrate); and 1 was referredto
commanding officer for ALL CARS 99 N
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possible disciplinary action. :N::: Autom. Adj. 13 r:;: C-l*
Eleven drivers were assessed :::: Slightly Higher Add It all up and you will M*why
Guaranteed ml* If w popular a modBedrooms. *!/ I
29 traffic points. :. I Bath, hug
1 30,000 Miles crnd In porch, larg utility,
I Interest Rates 'long low sweeping lln*; truly a
Failure is not necessarily I t SHOCKS Lifetime Guaranteed fin* horn*on a modet budget

low-J.missing Gustav the traget White but, aiming PersonnelJnl too :::: Q<1 BALL 9 Q99JOINTS :::::::: may never be lower! TMsIMedel t '

3-71 (QUOTE Magazine) ::::: Includes 5 % :;:
::j:: Installation J I L3 CARS All : Now is the time to buy!
I
:
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Labor
Including Parts }
CLIPPER-SILVERLINE :::: ::3 At the Inflation spiral'continue price of |lust I C-ll *"'
CRAFT :;:;! INSTANT CREDIT ALL SIZE 12'000 Milt GuaranteeFULL { about everything are Increasing. But the Two*roomy car can grag roil.of comfortably cola,and you:Inth :
VALUE
of/ hornet Is
Increasing at a till have lots of A
ltorg room.
MERCRUISER ji i 1 NO DOWN PAYMENT CAPS .::: tremendouiratealto. So don't delay, buy that el.ule Gurly.,11 .nlranca.
; 888 home of your dreamt In quiet, comfortable "clout living and dining arias,
:.::.;i: LONG TERMS WHITEWALLS : frellalr TODAYI You'll) be glad you dldl) family' ,room with option,I !
': ADD$1.00 :: 1 fireplace three bedroom plus
BankAmerieard ;: tag many cloteti to count all '
aTERNDRIVESMERCURY : EXCH. 43'.63' ::} combine to make this' th*
:: Charge }
:: Master tlvlngeir Bella model built
; 17,750 to '21.000
!:: :j !.t 1' D SPECIAL 6 cyl. 14.88
: 'UNE_ U :
EXPERT REPAIR iI.,:}: ;.; r NCLUDES& LABOR PARTS 8 Cyl|. jyjmit 88 {

SHOP : :::: Clay County's Only COMPJ.ETELY PLANNED Communltyl
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TRAINED FACTORY :::.: ; rHIrr TIRE ElELL..A.lRHOME : :

.MECHANICS tl I. Dill Vflllll COMPANY
Ff 1J\tt h'N.Ni; ; ? : SATURDAY I :SVILI: ERS INC:
264-9835 I OPEN 8-6 MONDAY THRU
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BAiIKAMERiCMO You're cordially Invited to Inspect our homes at your convenience
& SERVICEHwy 'if'I1:"' 2109 MAY PORT RD 244 4125J :: 10A.M.to Dark. Travel South on Binding Blvd. (Hwy No. 21))
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MATSG 38V
NARTU 34

MILERUN

New Record
John Fretwell 4:48.4: -Marine Barracks
.. pf1't Stanley, Woodruff 5:13.5: .Marine BarracksOld
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Record
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504.8:

t r SAN POLEYAULT

Steve Stoked-10'6".Public Works
$amJ3ryant.10' ". (more misses)MATSG .1 .

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440 ,

New Record
Stanley Woodruff-:54.Marine Barracks
Tom Hlcklnbothanv:5S: .2.Marine Barracks ,-

Old Record. ?
54.1 .
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High Jump ,

AMAZING RECORD In the 1t9. yard dash was set by Lance Lewis In seconds flat willie New Record. .
Ernest 6'l" NARTU
Sam Bryant,James McCray, Bill Walters and Gary Iversen struggle to a four.way tie for second at Ron Losekamp Manning '"-NARTU ,

I 10.3. J
Old Record

Mile-Run Record Heads Track ResultsJax BROADJUMP 6' ;

Gary Iversen 20'5'-VP-45 .
Four records record tied in the Denny Collins ".Public Works
new were The one was points.
set and one tied during the 10th 880 with Ron Smith equalling the More than 100 men participatedin I 220 '
Annual Intramural Track and mark of 27.: this year's meet, attended by BIIIWalters:235MedlcalDenny :
Field Meet here May 11, The most unusual happening of nearly tOO.spectators. Collins-:24.2. Public Works
John Fretwell broke the old the day came in the 100 yard 810
1970 record of 5:04.8: in the mile dash won by Lance Lewis in 10 41 .Ronald Smith.2:7.Marine Barracks .,
run with a 4:48.4: ", shaving, 16.4 seconds flat. Four men Gary 'John Fretwell 2:9.1 .Marine Barracks ,
seconds off the old mark. Iversen, James McCray, Sam ;
Stanley Woodruff ran the 440 in Bryant and Bill Walters all tied .(Tied Record)

54 seconds, bettering the old for second at 10.3. 100.Yard.Dash
record by 1.10th of a second. The pole vault event saw Steve
Woodruff was also 2nd in the Stokes and Sam Bryant both Lance Lewis :10.0 .
Gary Iversen10.3VP 45
mile-run with a 5:13.5.: clear the bar at 10'6". with Stokes James McCray 10.3
The high jump mark of six feet being declared the winner Sam Bryant :10,3.MATSG
fell to Ernest Manning, who because of fewer misses at that Bill Walters: .Medical
cleared the bar at 61", height.
SHOT PUT
Sam Bryant heaved the shot The Marine Barracks easily New Record
put 50' 2 and V4 inches, shatteringthe won the over all competitionwith .;
existing record of 46' 6 and Vi 95 and Vt points to 2nd place a Sam Bryant 50'2V'", -MATSG I 7.
John Lehman"7'4' Public Works
inches set in 1962 by more than MATSG, which had 38 and tt
SAM BRYANT OF MATSO '
Old Record 6/i"
three feet. points. NARTU was third with 34
THROWS the shot putt which
shattered the 19(2 record by more l MILE RELAY
than three feet. Marine Barracks-3:43:
NARTU-4:1,1:
WESTSIDIjACKSON


VI LIE'S
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/ ca.ie i e..las Standing Boulevard
Cedar Hills Shopping Center
House of Quality Foods .
Phone 771 9223
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SALES SERVICE Every FRIDAY I Night is

Every SATURDAY Night is
1971 FAMILY NIGHT

Corolla STEAK Chicken Your choice of&



Sedan ff NIGHT I 179 Chopped Dumplings Steak 79



V4 Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter'

LUNCH 11 AM til2 PM DINNER 4PM til 8PM
1884Standard

Watch Por Our luncheon Meat Special cents Mon Thru Sat

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Equipment mcludt's' Rrclmmq Bucket ;*>
White wail tires Wh M'kover s Ny Ion carprt

Front disc bf < kfs Ti ''ted qlass


PRICES THAT CAN'T BE BEAT !

Come In..or call 389-6668 or '9.

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42 CHEVY 4DOOR. Auto trans., V.8, Power steering, R&H. Drives and
runs good I $495 .
44 FORD FAIRLANE 500' DOOR HARDTOP. V.8, 4.speed trans.,
R&H. 11050
41 CHEVY CAMARO 2-DOOR HAR DTOP.Yellow,speed trans,on.The-
floor,cylinder,R&H. SU7J
MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE. V.8, Auto trans, Air conditioned,
Power steering, Rd H. $1531
41 CHEVY MALIBU 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Auto. trans., cylinder, R&H.
Brat this! IMI5
t>> 41 FORD TORINO OT 2-DOOR HARDTOP. V.8, Auto. trans., Power
steering, R&H. Only $1550
PONTIAC WAGON Passenger, Auto. trans, V.8, Factory air,
Power steering, R&H 11795
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for only 1073 WINNING GREYHOUND; IVACES
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 15


How .',>'l' \).;,t/f ,... ." :'fr'1, .'\.,}.:'\ IV'.... "...1"..," Jax Loses 3-1
I r They're ,,;: : \.t! "
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StandingBOWLING ,, Y "1'{ 1,
!
1w" y
(i1 j;
'... ; :\] .r.1\4','1""rl.; ," {''j" Jax -. In a pair of
'f', doubleheaders at Moody AFB

Gems 36-20 36-20 .643 last week, the Jax Navy Softball
American JokersVR50 Team won the opener and

R Raiders 42-14 .750 32-24 28-28 .571.500 1 ., ,..\'\'','., '' dropped the remaining games,
ComFairJax No. 2 42-14 .750 Chokers I according to Athletic Director
E-Zephyrs 40-16 .714 Lt'slPin 27'1-28'1 .491 : ,HI'j Frank McCaffery.
:7.29.482 '' .
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Gold 33-23 .589 Benders .,: I'I. All three losses were close
Molar Rollers 32'1.23'1 :.579 Birds 27-29 25-31 .482.444 i games and the Fliers could easilybe
Hurricanes 32'1.23'1 .579 Blocks ; S -1 instead of 1.3. The fliers
24'141'1 .439
Submow 32-24 .571 Bees 24-32.421 took the first game Friday 6 2
Ney Bowlers 29-27 .518 Green Backers 24-32 .429 4l 1 while collecting three RBIs on a
SawBones 26'1.29'1 .474 Eagles No. 1 23-33 .411 triple in the fourth with the bases
Tweckers 25'1.30'1 .456 MarineBks loaded.In .
No.1
23-33 .411
MarBarNo. 22'1.33'1'404 Blue 22-34..999 the second game Friday the
Afees 22-34 .393 Tumblers 20-36 .357 team lost a heart. breaker in the
H pital'A' 19-37:339: NG n
/ 1L"i eighth inning when Moody's
AIMD 1'1-37'1 .333 SOFTBALLBumble z' Austin made a home run.
Bees 16-tO.286 National League _, (
Fumblers 679th ir In Saturday's first game the
15-U.268' Nartu 71i fliers weren't able to move their

Ficeur l runners around and dropped it 5 -
National $-I
p
Hunters 42.14.750 VW-4 $-I 0.In the second Moody
Afees 3-4 game,
Radar 17 36'1.15'1 .698
\ came up with two runs in their
Pin Benders 39-17 .696 Matsg 34 half of the first and hung on to winit
679th 39-17.696 Weapons 2-4
Mar.Bar 2.1.
FlapJax 34.22.fH1 .3-1
Ringers 31.25.554 DispensaryComm. 0-7 Tomorrow and Saturday the
Leprechauns 30-26 .536 14 Jax Navy Team takes on Glynco
Tweets 29-27 .518 American League Navy in a pair of doubleheaders.
Paid FolkComFairJax ,26-26 .518 Faetu $-2 Tomorrow's first game will startat
No. 2 27-29 .500 Hospital 5-4 MARINES CAPTURE TftenHH-fttortM Bmcta ..>>..< to 7 p.m. and Saturday's
Pin Pals 25-31 .482 Martd 4-5 run away with the over-all competition In the 10th Annual Intramural doubleheader at 1 p.m. at
Unmentionables 21-35 .446 FWF 2-5 Track and Field Meet here last week. Their total I number of points Mackroth Field.
Beer Cans 181.371 .375 CFJ 1-7 were 9SVj to beat MATSG. For story see page 14.

Hangovers 12-40 .333 A-C Malnt 04 ".:."
Kingpins 5-51 .231Iiospital'C' Boat Club Invites New Members
.089 American
rA
Nartu 10-1 Jax-All active duty, retired One of the aims of the Power
Continental Hospital 8-3VIiospital'B' and civil service personnel Boat Club is to promote water dJin .0uanQ,9
Wild Ones 30-14 .682 Martd 7-4 aboard this air station who are safety by providing education by (
341833'M8'1 .654 Ficeur 61h-31h interested in power boat ac- qualified instructors. Another of
Eveldoers .642 Namtd 6-34 tivities are invited to attend a its missions will be to organize //I
Quacks 31-21 .596 Matsg 5-6 meeting June 8 at 7 p.m. at the flotillas, conduct races, arrange ; a.1I
SeventyWons 26-21 .563 VP-16 4-5 Sail Boat House where officers parties and picnics,and provide a
NATTC 28-20.583 Weapons 4-7 will be elected and a consitution search and rescue squad. $821 San Juan at Niblick
Cleaners 30-22 .577 Narf MOMO adopted for a power boat club. This club is being organizedwith Phone 384-4406
Hard Hats 27.21.563 Persons need not own a boat to the entire family in mind, so
Trainers 30'1-25'1 .544 Po' Chops become members. A genuine don't hesitate to bring your wife c@Z>

Commun. 26-26.500 National interest in boating sports and and children along to the a 1,2 and J BEDROOMS
CPO's 25-27 .481 VW-4 10-3 safety is sufficient Plans are meeting. e GARDEN TYPE APART
Split Finders 18-26 .409 VP-45 5-1 currently in the works for the Anyone desiring further information MENTS
Tars 21-33.404 Air Ops 8-2 construction of a new 180-foot 'L' concerning this club INDIVIDUAL. AIR CON.
Sidewinders 18-34 .346 FaetuComm. 6-5 shaped:! marina near the site of should call any one of the DITIONING AND HEATING
Lazy Timers 15-33 .313 51h-51 the fish camp.lt will feature four following Steering Committee DRAPES FURNISHED
Knots 16-40.286 679th 41h-61 launching ramps, two transportation members: Capt. Jack Bowers WALL TO WALL CARPETING
LAROE SWIMMING POOLS
FAW-11 4-5 dinghies and 20 buoys. (Ext 3313)) Martin Foster ((771-
4-7 .,.., .. ,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,, ,.. .. .,
Atlantic A-C Mainl Construction is expected to 7948)) Larry Mathis ((772-8107) or : :: : ::' :':::" :::::;:::>:: ;:::: "':::': :::: :::: ::; c

Good Bad 47-9 .840 MarBar 3-7 commence early in August. Bud Lucas (Ext. 3318)).
NaFinOffComFairJax 3-9
Alley Cats 38-18 .679 2-9 .


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Murray's Tavern 13-11 .542
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Tavern 11.13 .458
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Cove Springs,has appointed Claude Stepp his company's new Fleet and Lif'
x m NOVA CUTLASS SUPREME i:.,::;':.1 Lease Manager.Stepp,a retired Chief Petty Officer,formally stationed
== at NAS Jax and Cecil Fields,Invites his many friends and shipmates to
m CAMARO OLDS "442" pill call him before buying their' new or used car and let him prove that'We
CHEVELLE tll A will not be undersold'Open 6 days a week.never on Sunday. Phone toll
DELTA 88's r4 free outside GCS-264-2416 or 772-1386 after 6 p.m. ____
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30 To Attend 1st iJA.XAIB.. NErmts"


Navy Wives Class ,. 7. 1W.1tIm ,.. IenItIQ Oe--' '


VOL. 29 NO. 10 'Published In The Interest of( Personnel of Naval Air Station. Jacksonville Florida,' M .
Jax-If the hand that rocks the Ucipated Commands are urgedto ,
cradle rules the world, as the old cooperate with Navymen who
adage goes, the Navy cannot must drive their wives to and 4
'., underestimate the Influence of from school. Receives .
the wife in creating a well Informed Also, according to LCdr. Supply Employee q
and happy navy com Snodderly, free nursery service
munity. will be provided by the Navy
NAS Jacksonville has already Wives Club Nursery on station
taken steps to create this 'well during school hours. Outstanding Service Award
informed' Navy community by
Already instructorsare
competent -
officers' andenlistees'
providing area
being selected from various
wives a thorough Jax-The of Defense's second
NAS departments to present Department highest
of service life
knowledge Navy Wives Service throughthe Information informal briefings on subjectswith honorary award for outstanding service by a civilian
School, which beginsits which they are familiar. A employee was awarded to John Colvin who retired here
first class June 7 at Hangar complete outline of topics has last week after 30 years of employment at the Supply
been drawn up to include many
1000. areas in which most first-term Department. ___ ____________
1 LCdr. Sandra Snodderly, wives, especially those whose Colvin, the Supply has received 17 performance
I Military Personnel Officer, Bldg. husbands are TAD or on Management Officer for five ratings and numerous letters of
200,Ext.2375, has been appointed deployment overseas, are years, received the Navy appreciation for his outstanding
. to direct the entire project. unaware of.According. Superior Civilian Service Award services from various com
Ladies who want to attend the to Capt. John in a retirement ceremony at mands. In addition, he has
: first class must submit their Kincaid in a message to station Bldg. 110. He was the first person received many quality step increases
names to her before Tuesday, commands, the school's ultimate to receive the newly created and superior accomplishment
June 1. goal is to indoctrinate as many v medal which goes with the awards.
As planned, only 30 studentswill
wives as possible as to the entitlements award. In June 1961 he earned a
be
able to attend each class,
Mr. Colvin's duties varied. He
and
which will run four days a week, opportunities assisted in and beneficial suggestion award for
assistance which the developing
Navy his dollar idea to
saving adopt a
Monday through Thursday from 9 r and
coordinating budget
provides. pernew test adapter for aircraft
until
a.m. noon. Although this sonnel requirements and often
schedule has been set to cause as Subsequent classes are OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE, represented the Supply Depart refueler nozzles.
little inconvenience as possible to scheduled for June 21.24, July 12- John Colvin of Supply, Is piped ment in labor management Among his many duties he was
working wives some trouble with 15, July 26-29, August 9-12 August ashore during a traditional Navy relations and in coordinating appointed by the NAS commanding
transportation has been an 23-26 and September 1316. retirement ceremony last week. logistics for special training officer to serve as Small
programs and seminars. Business Specialist for NAS Jax.
CBU-410 Changes Commandreleased For the past 13 years he was the In this capacity, he screened all
Memorial Day Deputy Planning Director of the proposed procurements in excess
Supply Department and assisted of $2,500 to make sure small
i Services Here Jax In a brief change. of. from active duty and the director in developing and business firms received
command ceremony last week, will assume an engineering job in formulizing the command's adequate consideration. He made
: Jax-Fleet Reserve Lt. (jg) David L. Baumgartner, a St..Louis. He had been in chargeof policies on new programs, sure that these businesses were
Branch 91 and Ladies Navy Civil Engineering Corps CBU 410 since the unit was proposed changes and specific adequately accounted for.
Officer, was relieved as officer. commissioned early in January.
Auxiliary Fleet Reserve matters affecting the DepartColvin served on active duty in
.
, Association Unit 91 in charge of Construction Prior to CBU 410's com ment. the Army Air Corps as an aircraftHis
members, families and Battalion Unit 410. missioning, Seabees here were work was similar to that of mechanic until February 1941. He
guests are invited to attend Lt. (jg) Craig Pynn, who assigned to the Public Works a Navy Purchasing Office in that then returned to NAS Jacksonville
the Memorial Day Serviceat arrived here from Naval Department under the direction he performed centralized buying and worked his way up from
5391 Collins Rd. May 30 Weapons Station, Concord, Calif. of Capt. R. T Hardy In the four of certain commodities for the a grade two clerk typist to his
at 1:30 p.m. where he was TransportationOfficer months since their organizationthey area and prepared and present position.
An open house will be for the Public Works have tackled number of distributed running term conlie has had training in supply
held immediately following Department, assumed commandof 'Self-Help' projects for NAS tract bulletins for other Navy management at the University of
the service. the 36 man Seabee unit. Jacksonville and other area activities. California and studied union
Lt. (jg) Baumgartner was military installation s. During his employment here he management at Georgia Tech.

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Fight Inflation-Buy Bonds'Bonds



tsaur"t are a great one-two for family Carolina, he was a husky youngster of 17
I .NwcM.{ security and a good left jab against inflation weighing over 230 lbs. At 27Joe is very
,' says Heavyweight Champion of personable, articulate and determinedthe
World Joe Frazier. 'Security is their young man. He knows where he's going
1 y 4S 9 p15ql security of my family, for my wife and with that great gift of a powerful set of
mainly, for the kids. I want them to know hands that are educated in the art of
the safety and security that U.S. Savings boxing to the point perfection.. His
Bonds practically guarantee. Besides, it fighting weight is around 200 lbs. and he
LA / helps teach our youngsters thrift and stands 5' ll'h" on the canvas.
Ywq patriotism. lie remembers what his mother used to
Frazier is a devoted family man. His say about putting something aside for a
greatest pleasure is spending a free rainy day. 'Saving Bonds for me are like
. moment with his wife and,four children. the cookie jar she used to keep out of sight.
; During the long grueling days of training When we really needed something, we
camp or confronting hislent( in the could always find enough for it from the
i iI iI ring, his thoughts are of .' Wily{ and money she had stashed away. Well, I've
.,, M r1 how soon he can get bad 10 them. got my own kind of nest egg for the future
When asked to pos Coster needs of my family The kids are going to
featuring the indestruct fet a good education and the wife and ISown
Bonds, he recited the \ plans for a comfortable
I Bonds that get lost, stole, 'destrov regular purchases of
I how they are replaced at no cost to the vu 0 are going to help us
owner tremedously in accomplishing those goals.
'That's just one more reason that makes Frazier is a great believer in young
them the best savings buy in America.' the people. lie gets excited about the opportunities -
Champ continued. 'It's truly a fabulous that exist for youngsters to get
feeling to know that your savings are ahead, even in the highly competitive
protected by the faith and integrity of world of today. 'Look what happened to
I Unlce Sam-that you will never get back me,' he says. 'I found out that I was betterone
. penny than what you put into your than most in the ring and I made up my
initial purchase.' mind to take advantage of every opportunity
'BONDS ARE A KNOCKOUT AGAINST INFLATION' says When Joe followed some of his brothers to win my way with my hands
-1 Heavyweight Champion of the World Joe Frazier. And like Joe, you and sisters north to New York, then and my head, and I got to be Champ of the
I should invest your savings in the security of U. S. Savings Bonds. The Philadelphia,. from Beaufort, South World.'
annual Savings Bond Drive in the Jacksonville area runs through June
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Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Dep;irtment of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised."



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Cove Springs,has appointed Claude Stepp his company's new Fleet and .t.ff
NOVA CUTLASS SUPREME J Lease Manager.Stepp,a retired Chief Petty Officer,formally stationed
at NAS Jax and Cecil Fields, Invites his many friends and shipmates to
CAMARO OLDS "442" III call him before buying their new or used car and let him prove that'We
CHEVELLE 1If$ will not be undersold' Open 6 days a week.never on Sunday. Phone toll
DELTA 88's ref free outside GCS-2&4-2416 or 772-1386 after 6 p.m. x, rYay
IMPALA OVER 300 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM! i :: :
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Smith Duncan Newhlrk and Jim Richardson
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Ford Motorama, Inc. BIG SAVINGS!
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601 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE
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264.2443 264-2444 i
U.S. 17 Green Cove Springs t
Phone Jax (Direct Line) 264-9535 iI

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THE MONEY SAVING CAR MARKET OF NORTH FLORIDA !

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