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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1971
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VOL. 29 NO to 'Published The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station. Jacksonville Florida'
Jax-If the hand that rocks the tlcipated. Commands are urgedto ,
cradle rules the world, as the old cooperate with Navymen who Ml.Z
adage goes, the Navy cannot must drive their wives to and %
t; underestimate the influence of from school. '
r the wife In creating a well Informed Also, according to LCdr. Supply Employee Receives 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

Informed taken steps Navy to create community this ''well by)) during school hours. Outstanding: Service Award

Already, competent Instructorsare -
providing area officers' andenlistees'
being selected from various a
knowledge of wives service a life thorough throughthe NAS departments to present 45I Jax-The Department of Defense's second highest

Navy Wives Service Information informal briefings on subjectswith honorary award for outstanding service by a civilian
I School, which beginsits which they are familiar. A employee was awarded to John Colvin who retired here
outline of has
first class June 7 at complete topics I last week after of
1000. Hangar been drawn up to include many 30 years employment at the Supply

areas In which most first-term Department.-
LCdr. Sandra Snodderly, wives, especially those whose
Colvin, the Supply has received 17 performance
Military Personnel Officer, Bldg. husbands are TAD or on
Management Officer for five ratings and numerous letters of
200,Ext.2375, has been appointedto
deployment overseas, are received the for his
years, Navy appreciation outstanding
direct the entire project.
unaware of.According. Superior Civilian Service Awardin services from various
commands
Ladies who want to attend the
to John retirement at In addition he has
J first class must submit their Capt. a ceremony ,
names to her before Tuesday Kincaid In a message to station Bldg. 110. He was the first personto received many quality step increases
June 1. commands, the school's ultimate receive the newly created and superior accomplishment -
goal is to indoctrinate as many 1.1..1 4 I#1 medal which goes with the awards.In .
As planned, only 30 students r:4b
will be able to attend each class, wives as possible as to the -entitlements f award. June 1961 he earned a
and Mr. Colvin's duties varied. He
which will run four days a week, opportunities beneficial suggestion award for
assistance which the assisted in and
Monday through Thursday from 9 Navy r developing his dollar saving idea to adopt a
a.m. until noon. Although this provides. ::'I coordinating budget and per- new test adapter for aircraft
sonnel and often
schedule has been set to cause as Subsequent classes are OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE, requirements the refueler nozzles.
represented Supply
Depart
: little inconvenience as possible tot 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
1 transportation has been an- 23-26 and September 1316. retirement ceremony last week. logistics for special training officer to serve as Small

I programs and seminars. Business Specialist for NAS Jax.

I : I I CBU-410 Changes Command rF the past 13 years: he was the In this capacity, he screened all
Memorial Day Deputy Planning Director of the proposed procurements in excess
w Supply Department and assistedthe of $2,500 to make sure small
; Services Here Jax In a brief change of. released from active duty and director in developing and business firms received
command ceremony last week, will assume an engineering job in formulizing the command's adequate consideration lIe 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
Navy Civil Engineering CBU 410 since the unit
Corps was
adequately accounted for.
Branch 91 and Ladies proposed changes and specific
Officer, was relieved as officer commissioned early in
J Auxiliary Fleet Reserve January. matters affecting the Depart Colvin served on active duty in
in of Construction
charge
M. Association Unit 91 Prior to CBU 410's commissioning ment. the Army Air Corps as an aircraft
Battalion Unit 410.
members, families and Seabees here were His work was similar to that ofa mechanic until February 1941. He
guests are invited to attend Lt. (jg) Craig Pynn, who assigned to the Public Works Navy Purchasing Office in that then returned to NAS Jackson.
arrived here from Naval
the Memorial Day Serviceat Department under the directionof he performed centralized buyingof ville and worked his way up froma
5391 Collins Rd. May 30 Weapons Station, Concord, Calif Capt R. T Hardy. ,In the four certain commodities for the 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.He .
An open house will be for the Public Works have tackled ,a number of distributed running term con 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 Installati .ns. During his employment here he management at Georgia Tech.
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!./, 15tiuC 'Bonds are a great one-two for family Carolina, he was a husky youngster of 17
"t.11, (.l\.l'. 10 ..,. security and a good left jab against inflation weighing over 230 lbs. At 27,Joe is very
< ,' says Heavyweight Champion of personable, articulate and determined
tr / the World Joe Frazier. 'Security is their young man. lie knows where he's going
big appeal for me. I buy them for the and what he wants to accomplish largely
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
r the safety and security that U.S. Savings boxing to the point of perfection. His
Bonds practically guarantee. Besides, it fighting weight is around 200 Ibs. and he
helps teach our youngsters thrift and stands 5' ll'/fc" on the canvas.
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 his c "vient' in the could always find enough for it from the
ring, his thoughts are of. \mily and money she had stashed away. Well, I've
1t how soon he can get bad 70 them. got my own kind of nest egg for the future
When asked to posy -oster. needs of my family. The kids are going to
featuring the Indestruct' '7Pt.a t.. good education and the wife and I
Bonds, he recited the \ own plans for a comfortable
:
3 Bonds that get lost, stolen I', 'desiio, 'v "Ir I', My regular purchases of
I how they are replaced at no cost to the a0vtci JVs 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. He 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 competitiveworld
I protected by the faith and integrity of of today 'Look what happened to
Unlce Sam-that you will never get back me,' he says. 'I found out that I was better
D one 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
Heavyweight Champion of the World Joe Frazier. And like Joe, you l and sisters north to New York, then and my head and I got to be Champ of the
should invest your savings in the security of U. S. Savings Bonds. The Philadelphia,. from Beaufort, South World.
annual I Savings Bond Drive in the Jacksonville area runs through June
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I "Published by the Holt Publishing Cojrfpany' which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained herein are not official expressions of the

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






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27, 1971
2 JAX AIR NEWS- LATWINGER

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Weekly, 1971 Club Schedules '


TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY
,
June 2 June 3
May 28 May 29 May 30 May 31 June 1


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2 p.m. .2 a.m.
Three Bands Lorenzo The Lorenzo

Pirates Phil Cay Phil Cay The Shady Lane and his Four and his

and the and the Dark 3's II Crowd Soul Clubs Saul'Treatment

Cove Chantels Chantels Entry & The Guiding Treatment

Light



Dinner


Ace y-Ducey Chopped Sirloin The The GO Go Girl Veal Steak Go Franks. GoGirl

Club steak Goodtlmers Pleasers Gary Van 11 a.m..1 1 p.m 11 a.m..1 1 p.m






Char Broiled' Ala Carte

CPO T. Bone Steak Dance to Jimmy Yankee Pot Dining NoonTime and

14 oz. $2.5 'The Strickland' Roast Room Hours Service Waitress

Club Dance to Goodtlmers' $1.55 12.9 P.m. $1 Fast. Line Service
Tommy




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Dinner 'Italian
Officers The
Beefeaters Four. Tommy Family CLOSED In Night
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Club Night Clubs Brooks Buffet Main Brace 6.9 p.m.
$2.50




CLUB HOURS -



Pirates CPO Officers Acey.Ducey Support

Cove Club Club Club JIt& U

Monday thru Thur

11 a.m to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed MtlWllYI Friday Saturday Your

Friday 11 '.m. to MIdnight 11 '.m. to 1 '.m. WEEKDAYS

11 a.m. to 2 ..m. Tuesday It,r. Friday
Friday Saturday 11 a.m.to 11 p.m. Sunday GALLEY NO.It: Breakfast to 7:30: a.m.; Dinner a.m. to 1 p.m. Supper
Saturday 11 '.m. to 1 '.m. Noon to Midnight to 5:30 p.m. Sandwich line served at dinner only.
f '.m. to 2 '.m. S.turd.y Sunday GALLEY NO. 3: Breakfast-S:3010: 7 a.m. Dinner-11 a.m. to 12:30: pm.
Sunday 1 p.m. to 1 a.'.". Monday thru :rhur Ciub Supper to 6:15: p.m. Sandwich line open In Wings 5 and 6 at dinner only.

1 '.m. to Midnight 11 a.m to Midnight WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
.
BOTH GALLEYS: Early Breakfast 6:30: to 8:30: a.m. Brunch-930: a.m. to
12:30 p.m.; Supper to 5:30: p.m.
.. COMRATS prices: Breakfast cents; Dinner and Brunch-70 cents Supper

Teen Club HappeningsJAX 1 't tents. The following menu Is served at both galleys. .


Friday,May 21 Toasted Cuban Sticks, 'Parmesan
U.S.A.T.N.T. will provide Teen Club entertainment at the BREAKFAST-Chilled Pineapple Cheese, Buttered Asparagus Tips,
Gator Den Friday night from to 11:30 p.m. Admission will be 50 cents mllt Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Scrambled Buttered Mixed Vegetables,
for members and 75 cents for guests. : Eggs with Cheese, Choice of Blueberry Pie.

June 4 there will be a general election of Bacon or Ham, Lyonnaise Potatoes, Tuesday,June 1BREAKFASTHomlny
Teen Club officers and a Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted Grits,
Record Hop from 8 to 11:30 p.m. Admission will be free for members w Danish Pastry, Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto
and
25 cents for guests. DINNER-New England Clam Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash,

For further information concerning any of these activities to Chowder, Salmon Cakes with Grilled Soft or Hard Cooked Eggs, Choice of
obtain membership forms, contact or Irllll Frankfurters, Baked Macaroni with Bacon and Pork Butts, Minced Beef,
Mrs. Amell at 3890496. : Cheese,Seasoned Lima Beans, Yellow Assorted Cake Doughnuts.DINNERMinestrone .
Cake with Chocolate Icing. Soup, Baked
SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Hamburgers Beef Loaf or Turkey Ala King, Baking
PROTESTANTNAVAL and Cheeseburgers.SUPPER.Stuffed Powder Biscuits, Whipped Potatoes,
Pork Chops, Boiled Navy Beans, Buttered Broccoli
AIR STATION Brown Gravy, Rice Pilaff, Ap Dutch Apple Pie.
SUNDAY plesauce, Creamed Style Corn, SANDWICH LINE..Slmmered
Seasoned Brussels Sprouts, Yellow Frankfurters with Sauerkraut.
Holy Communion: a.m. at Cake with Chocolate 'icing. SUPPER-Pan Roast of Beef,
Saturday,May 29 Natural Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes,
All Saints Chapel. Church Schoolall
BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried Seasoned Green Beans, Hot Spiced
( ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel Eggs to Order, Grilled French Toast Beets, Dutch Apple Pie.
Annex Divine Worship 10:30: at with Maple Syrup,Choice of Luncheon Wednesday,June 2BREAKFAST.
t1tO88Wh8gai'ei All Saints' Chapel. Meat or Pork Sausage, Hash ..Cooked Farina,
';oaf,y Youth Browned Potatoes, Assorted Cake Fried Eggs to Order, Home Fried
Worship (Jr. and Sr. Doughnuts. -
Potatoes, Choice of Pork Sausage or
; eiWfesThe High! 10:30 a.m. at Chapel An- BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork & Beans,
nex. Junior and senior youth Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham & Creamed Dried Beef, Southern Style

Fellowship-1:30: p.m.at Bldg. 722. Cheese Potatoes,Sandwiches Baked Beans, French, Assorted Fried Corn Bread, Glazed Doughnuts.DINNERVegetable .
Grilled
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at Cake Doughnuts, Pumpkin Pie. Beef Steaks, Baked Potatoes Soup with

small- Chapel. SUPPER-Cream of Potato Soup, Sour Cream, Buttered Brussels
Southern Style Fried Chicken, Sprouts Cream Styled Corn Kernels,
Whipped Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce,
Cherry PieSANDWICH
-? p.m. Seasoned Peas, Hot Spiced Beets,
Grilled/
LINE-
[ Science Pumpkin Pie.
Cheeseburgers and
1TUfsday Chapel. BREAKFAST Sunday.,May M SUPPER-Barbecued Hamburgers.Frankfurters

AL Chilled .Hominy Grltl, M leaf Balls Stroganoff, French
Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs
Fried Potato, Buttered Cauliflower,
JAX AIR NEWS I.I a Civilian a.m. to Order, Cheese Omelet, Choice of Seasoned Lima Beans, Cherry Pie.
distributed each Thursday at the t Ham or Bacon, Home Fried Potatoes, Thursday,June 3
Assorted Cake
.Jacksonville Florida, by the Hy ffHTIsfiTTTB Company, a Divine Worship-ll a.m. at BRUNCH-Fried Doughnuts. BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal,

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 500. Breakfast Meat or Eggs Grilled to Order Ham, Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order,

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs( Office, Box 2, NAS burgers Baked French Fried Potatoes, Syrup Grilled, Choice French of Bacon Toast or with Ham,Maple Hash
CATHOLIC
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Beans, Assorted Cake Browned Potatoes, Fruit Filled
Doughnuts,
Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St.Edward's Banana Cream Pie with
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Whipped Topping. Snails.
3119. Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 SU PPE R-Spllt DINNER-Tomato Rice Soup,
Pea
p.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Smothered with Soup, Steak Grilled Beef Liver or Baked Beef &
Onions,
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Monday-11 a.m. Tuesday throughFriday.ll:3o Gravy, Parlsey Buttered Potatoes Brown, Noodles Buttered, Parsley Fresh Carrots Boiled, Potatoes Buttered,
Seasoned
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race : a.m. Saturday Squash, Banana Green Beans, Buttered Spinach, Banana Cream Pie.'

creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Confession 10:30 and 11:15: a.m. Whipped Topping Cream Pie with SANDWICH LiNE-Variety Meat

patron. A confirmed violation' or rejection of this policy of equal Monday,May 31 Sandwich SU PPE R-Southern or Grilled Cheese.Fried Chicken,

opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print NATTC Eggs BREAKFAST-Hot to Order Oatmeal, Fried Crearr Gravy, Whipped Potatoes,
advertising from that Sunday Mass-9:30 a.m. Bldg Blueberry Griddle ,
source. Cakes, Maple Syrup, Cranberry Sauce, Bread Dressing
500. Baked Pork & Buttered Boiled
Beans, Choice of Pork Mixed Vegetables,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Luncheon Doughnuts. Meat, Assorted Sausage Cake or Pinto Beans Banana Cream Pie.

concerning such should be directed to: 0
FAITH DlNNER-Creole Soup, Pan f
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Faith is a force in life. It is of Pork, Brown Gravy, Snowflaked Roast ,nr'Ca
Potatoes
,
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 nonsectarian.time of its own.It It's has hour no special is no-l Mexican Blueberry Corn Pie.Chilled, Buttered Apple Spinach Sauce,, YOUR

Telephone 388.2755 always-Eugene P. Bertin, SANDWICH LINE-Grllled Hamburgers ( fUfURSAl
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Marine Receives Achievement MedalJaxCpl.


Daniel L. Robinson,
command driver for the Marine 'During his tour, he drove over
Air Training Support Group here, 6,000 miles of badly pitted, mine
D ,+q
has been presented the Navy laden roads to deliver suppliesand 1
Achievement Medal with Combat men to infantry units MAY 30L
'V' for serving on combat engaged in combat with the .
missions in the Republic of enemy, and transported tons of
Vietnam from July 17, 1969 to rock and laterite for the con- \\IT'5 J* ;
July 15, 1970. struction and repair of National THE
His citation states that 'As a Route One.'
Motor Vehicle Cpl. Robinson was commendedfor
operator, he
displayed outstanding initiativeand displaying outstanding ,1i1ij'Vwris SHOW.,
professional ability, untiring .
.
perseverance despite the '*
; "
extremely adverse ,W' determination and steadfast '
conditionsand
; "
difficulties associated with a .Ji.t'1j",1 ..,',"/. "f' ( devotion to duty throughout his s % J t/ctndTh//
Vietnam tour.
combat environment Cpl. Robinson \ / .. ,JW4WLIVL i


C/sl Garcia Wins Navy Commendation cajiaiajri.r;


Jax CEl Vincent Garcia, These duties included super- enemy attack, his crew
from the security departmenthere vision of 67 men Including responded immediately making
was presented the Navy friendly foreign forces whose repairs to the electrical systems .' AF STAGF
Commendation Medal by Capt. skills ranged from highly ac- serving that building and then .. COROSra
John Kincaid NAS commanding complished craftsmen to new went on to complete the long job
officer, on April 26. trainees. of rewiring 17 warehouses.' ,
Garcia's citation stated that he 'By molding that mixture of In closing, the citation reads, f t ,,,, AR cNrost
demonstrated the highest degree skills and multi-nationalities into 'Petty Officer Garcia's initiative, APT
of professionalism in his assigned an efficient operating unit, it was skill and courage under arduous
duties as the Main Electric Shop possible to meet the rigorous working and living conditionsand oco NUrGEr
supervisor of the Public Works requirements with which the unit frequent enemy rocket and ,. mot; >
Department,United States Naval was tasked.' The citation con- mortar attacks were in keeping
Support Activity, DaNang, from tinued 'When his unit's covered with the highest traditions of the
August 1969 to June 1960. storage area was damaged In an United States Service.'


VP-45 Sailor of Month



Holds Accounting DegreeJax


-- PN2 Francis X. receives the best possible service
Rudegeair has been designatedthe have won you the respect and 13 g s
Patrol Squadron 45 Sailor of admiration of all.' 1g dsd
the Month for May. In addition to his work in the rr Pt bs K
A native of Lebanon, Pa.,Petty VP-45 Personnel Office, PN2 ov
Officer Rudegeair was commended Rudegeair finds time to participate -
for his contributions to in squadron sports where ov ess CDR
the squadron by Cdr. S. J.
McArdle, VP-45 commanding
officer. His citation read in part: 0 d g dos p0 ..
'Your own personal standard of
professional performance and 4"S
service to your shipmates, your
exceptional leadership and
managerial abilities, and your
willingness to spend additional
hours ensuring each man r '



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PN2 Rudegealr l

he has his own cheering section- t
his wife Ellen and son Michael.
FOR YOUR BOAT TRAILERor Prior to joining the Navy in
1968, Rudegeair completed his
CAMPER! ; bachelor of science in accounting :.
TIRES degree at the University of }, il- 1

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4 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


Blackbirds Cited StoryContest

I On

Through Kudos

Your best Viet Nam war story
achievement while attached to could be worth$50 if it's used in a
By Lt. (CJg) K.M.Dugan, Helicopter Combat Support forthcoming book.A .

Squardon One, Det Three on USS writer who compiling the
Bon lIomme Richard during t work needs true stories about
In an All Hand's Quarters at combat operations. He was cited American fighting men and will
Hangar 13 on Wednesday 19 May, for his energy, resourcefulnessand pay $50 for each story used upon
Cdr.J. E. Paganelli, in one of his intimate knowledge of UH2 publication.The .
first official duties as Com C aircraft which were directly book will not be a commentary
manding Officer of the Blackbirds instrumental in enabling the to. or criticism of U.S.

of VA-45, cited five officers detachment to safely and effectively policy in SEA; but, rather a
and men for outstanding carry out its mission portrayal of Americans..their

achievement and performance. while maintaining a high degreeof courage, humor, generosity,
Aviation Structural Mechanic combat readiness. sorrow, ingenuity and sacrifice
Second Class Billy N. Brewer was Lt W. R. McClenathen was 1- during the Viet Nam years. It will
awarded the Navy Achievement awarded the Air Medal for the deal with things that representthe
Medal for meritoriousCommander Second through Sixth Strike human personal involvementof
Flights for meritorious brave men.

achievement in aerial flight while DOUBLEHEADER ... Lt. Jim Curland, of VA-44 Mod Squad, was Stories may be any length..,
attached to VA-144 embarked on the recent recipient of two awards at a personnel Inspection. Lt. from anecdotes to long
r USS Bon Homme Richard during Curland, son of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Curland of Waukegan, III., narratives. And they should have
combat operations in Southeast and graduated from Waukegan township High School, graduated from good descriptions of locations,
Asia. the United States Merchant Marine Academy In Kings Point, New weather, terrain,buildings,units
LCdr. J. M. Curtin was York. and activity. Also the terms and
awarded the Navy Commendation jargon and actual conversationsof
Medal for heroic the people involved to the best
achievement in aerial flight while Petty Officer Meyer Does His ThingNAS degree possible.It .
attached to VA-12 USS
on Shangri is important that any story
La. As pilot of jet aircraft he was he has been drawing submitted include the
Cecil ... Hey! remember Navy name and
cited for outstanding professional those cartoons that the LAT. cartoons about the 'tailhook' present address of it's author.

__ ....'IIf-'. ___ ,_ skill) in navigating the plane to WINGER used to run on page two Navy. Plus,. a permanent mailing
successful flight against the
that about all of Some of Greg's more address.
were Types Navy
Paganelli target despite heavy anti air. activities and functions Well, prominent cartoons feature Send material to Joseph A.
presents. LCdr Curtin with his craft fire from numerous sights.
i
medal. lie was commended for his then we stopped publishing them. Snuffy Smith and the 'FOD Ziemian, 25 Buttonwood, La.,
coolness underfire It's not because we didn't like Squad', cartoons about CFAD Cinnaminson,, N.J. 08077. Mr.
superior them or couldn't use them but it and cartoons about the Navy's Ziemian is a Lt. Commander in
airmanship, leadership and
was because our artist was 'red tape' paperwork. After the Naval Air Reserve.Ubangis .
devotion to
'ro. ,. ", ." ,', duty. deployed and with him went our running Greg's cartoons in the
'I PN3 Roy Earle Weatherbeewas
f: '- 1 cartoon series. LATWINGER for a few weeks, Return
awarded Letter of
a Appreciation
.- I for Our cartoonist was (and still((8)) comments around the base were
continually
t' .', 'I Petty Officer Greg Meyer of VA- then
< "'- demonstrated outstanding very good so we decided to
\\ performance and devoted effortsas 82.Greg has been drawing a longtime make them a regular feature. HomeThe
well as superb loyalty while and__ _now_u tine be. it in theCARTOONIST.
'r--4.jJJ attached to Fighter Squadron 194. But then it happened. On the 'Flying Ubangis' of VA-12
cited day that the paper is laid out to returned from
He was as a definite asset to recently a
I the command and Navy. get ready to go to press, Greg's weapons deployment to NAAS
,0'1' n AMSAN John E. Sharkey was N cartoon still hadn't shown up.The Fallon, Nevada. Less than a
commended on his selection as t staff called all over the place and month after outchopping from
Plane Captain of the Month and .r then the word got to uS. Greg, VA-174 the 'Ubangis' took their
congratulated by Cdr. along with VA-82 had been aircraft the and
Commander Paganelli awards Paganelli new A7E,
. AMH2 Brewer his medal. for his outstanding efforts. rrA; deployed. personnel and put them both to a
Ii It isn't all that bad though. strenuous test. During two weeksof
'J Greg sent the LATWINGER two
constant the
flying, squadron
I \h ,t cartoons through the mail earlier
achieved 93 percent availability
By SPEC'JALPURCFlASEI this week and the LATWINGERwill
while dropping over 1300 bombs
.
these in the
the
put paper. We
and culminated with the finalday's
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staff hope that Greg will con
effort when over 150 bombs
tinue to send us the cartoons so
were dropped with average
everyone can have a little laugh
missed distance of 45 ft.
71 every now and then. LCdr. H.E. Nelson and LCdr.
So, to the readers of the
AMBASSADORIPI A.A. Less shared the 'Top Gun'award
LATWINGER all we can say is
in the squadron with each
that as long as Greg keeps those
... Petty Officer cartoons coming we'll keep righton dropping 75 bombs and scoringan
missed
Greg Meyer. printing them. impressive average
distance of 45 ft.
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CYN Rating To Be Eliminated
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WASHINGTON-The Com- available in SUPERS Notice 1418
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rating is being eliminated. A plan Advancement in Rate.
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version of those in the rating to
convert to other jcb classifications: Tab stock in America
by March 1973.Specified wa lM...we u........
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COSMETIC EXPERTS Revlon Beauty Care Specialist, Nancy Wagner (I), and Lt. (|fg) David '
Jenkins, assistant Navy Exchange officer, present certificates of graduation to ((1 I to r) Gall Perry, :
Geneva Deshotel and Lavern Smatla. The three local exchange employees recently completed a
course in beauty care which Miss Wagner conducted.



NA TTC Selects Serviceman of QuarterJax r : :fra:
Ifyoudon't

Cpl. Edward R. Nix, tively participate in every University for two years prior to
administrative man in the ad athletic team fielded by MATSG. joining the Marine Corps in Sept. }
jutant's office at MATSG, has His cheerful disposition, friendly 1969. Cpl. Nix reported aboard ::1::: : want a Volkswagen :[!@}
been selected as Serviceman of attitude, outstanding military NATTC 13 months ago. When his ,
the Quarter for the period ending appearance and bearing, and his enlistment expires in July, he Ji j i i11 j jjj}
March 31. exceptional performance of duty plans to return to college and ':M1: no hard feelings 1Mii1'
The presentation ceremonywas were praised for being a credit to earn a degree in accounting.Cpl. I
conducted by NATTC his command and the U. S. :
Commanding Officer, Capt. JohnE. Marine Corps.A Nix and his wife Sue Ii Iii 70 VALIANT DUSTER I
Kennedy, May 18. Cpl. Nix native of Greensboro, N. C., presently reside in the Door Hardtop Metallic green with white'
received a NATTC plaque, a he attended Western Carolina Jacksonville area. i top Beautiful green Interior, R&H,
letter of commendation and a ::::::::;:;::: WWT. 11,455 miles. : :::::::::
certificate for dinner at the : $1995
Candlelight Restaurant. SecNav ReemphasizesFile I I
68 TRIUMPH GT-6
lie was cited for processing a Coupe
tremendous amount of routine ;:m Ivory white with white leatherette Interior. ;:
correspondence and reports for OrderJaxA @;t R&H, wire wheels. $1845 mw
Clean-up :::: : miles.
: : Only 23.756
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MATSG. He also assisted in the
preparation of approximately 90 69 OLDS CUTLASS S
administrative discharges and moratorium has been examine their file contents and I 2 Door Hardtop. This popular car Is bronze I
numerous letters of in- imposed on the procurement of dispose of all excess and outdated with a fawn vinyl top and white leatherette
deptedness. filing equipment for all Navy and material. The message states :;;::::::::: Interior. V-8, Auto trans., Factory air, ,:: ::::.::::.
; ,
Although his duties demand Marine Corps activities in a that special emphasis should be Power steering R&H WWT
much of his time and attention, further effort to reduce and placed on the elimination of
Cpl. Nix still finds time to ac- eliminate unnecessary paper classified material by 66 FORD FUTURA
work within the Naval Establishment downgrading, declassification, Sport Coupe. Dark blue with matching In
retirement or destruction.The terior. Auto, trans, Bucket seats, R&H,
That is the word contained in a procurement moratorium wWT
p 0 f recent SecNav message to all applies to fixed and movable $995
hands wherein it is directed that shelf files, power files, security 71 PLYMOUTH DUSTER
the Navy records cleanout containers and vault doors.
I campaign be continued and in- Waivers to this order may be Yellow with black vinyl top. Auto, trans,
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Complete Line at tensified until the end of Fiscal obtained by submitting a special mllesl $259 5
PARTS 8 SUPPLIES Year 1972.' request to the Chief of Naval
The aim of this campaign, the Operations or the Commandantof I 'D:5Hi. FURY III I
> Special Service Discount CI the Marine Corps. ,
Secretary of the Navy explained, Powder blue with blue
192 Park .244-3204 < is to reduce the volume of Navy ::::::::::: Interior. Auto trans., Factory air, Power :::;:::::;:::
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WASIITINGTONEDITOR'S( isn't all that bad though... to the beat of a different drum-
NOTE: The following is a reorint 'No one was born'hJfer.1' They mer,the doctor who brought each
from 'Flight Line.' ,Commercial become one, step by step. Along of us Into this world was
Enterprise newspaper,Naval Air the way civilian life beckoned.The a.'lifer'. So was your favorite
Station Albany, Ga. It is worthy grass often looked greener in teacher, and so were Vince
of the attention of all hands their neighbor's backyard. Lombardi, Franklin Roosevelt
throughout the Navy.) 'Peacetime' years weren't 'Satchmo' Armstrong, Pope
One of the most often heard always very peaceful-Korea, John, Billy Graham, Henry Ford
cliches in the Armed Forces China Straits, Lebanon and and George Patton. Unfortunately
today is'lifer'. It's an 'In' word if Berlin Crisis, Cuban missiles, so were Karl Marx, e 1 'q
you're 'out' and an 'out' word if and then Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh, Mao Tse Tung, and
you are 'in'. 'Many 'liters' sweated out most of those who are trying to

'Lifer' flashes back to Class B housing, pay raises, operations, upset our apple cart
movies with George Raft shuffling readiness inspections, long 'That's why professionals are
endlessly along cold prison temporary duty assignments, needed in the military today and w )
walls. It Insinuates that the alert duty and frequent moves. In the future. So nobody is getting I
career airman has taken a life Somehow the years passed and 'hung-up' over the 'lifer' lable-
sentence, just like some three- the sense of belonging grew. the professionals have spent too IA

time losers at Sing Sing. Good outfits, good guys,and good many years earning it, and 1.1
'It's a word that can easily be memories outweighed the bad. they're in good company.

shouted by some guy whose So, they became 'lifers.1 .
biggest moments used to be 'And that's not all bad. Most ,.,(,..111' ,
standing on a street corner and people who accomplish anythingin Rating Control ,
throwing rocks at school buses.' this world are 'lifers'. They .

'It's a word that irritates many. concentrate on their vocation Lecture SlatedJax ,' ..... ..._ __n
Why? Because no one likes to be until they do it better than the
belittled by prejudicial words.On average person. CONVENTION DELEGATES These members of NWCA Jax 86
second thought, maybe the word 'Through the'lifer may march -. A rating control represented their club at the recent Southeast Regional Convention of
presentation will be held here Navy Wives Clubs. They are: (back row I to r) Barbara Blevins, Sue
VISIT US ANY DAY June 1 for Navy personnel in the Bradstreet, Rita Brown, Jackie Shanks, Wilma Goldsberry and Fran
SK, SH, CS, SD, DK and AK Bush (front row I to r) Darlene Morton, Barbara Howard, Judy
AND SEE THE NEW HOMES BEING BUILT BY
ratings.Lt. O'Rourke, Marilyn Moldoon and Sharon King.
TAB BUILDERS Glenn Downer, Bupers

CONVENIENTLY LOCATED ENCHANTED !PARK Supply Rating Control Officer,
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and SKCM Healan will conduct Receives AwardsAt
THREE BEDROOMS paneled 'family room with snack bar. Two vanity Jax 86
sessions at the NAS Jax theater
baths with wall papered walls. Eat In kitchen with built In range. Central
heat &air. Wall to wall nylon carpet &garage. $22,700 up on FHA or VA from 8-10 a.m.; at the NAS Cecil
terms. Field theater from 11:30: a.m. .
FOR THE SMALLER FAMILY we have a three bedroom with'2 baths. ConventionJaxMembers
and
12:30: p.m.; at the Mayport Regional
Built In range,central heat&garage for$18,300 on FHA or VA terms.
Fleet Training Center from 2-4
DIRECTIONS: South on Blandlng to 103rd St., Right to Enchanted
Drive.' Left & Follow Model Home Sign p.m.The of Jax 86 were in Kincaid, sponsor; and Capt. and
will be available
Broker two men attendence with 29 other Navy Mrs. Reginald V. Berryhonorary
EDWARD O. LYON
after each briefing to answer shared in the
members
Wives Clubs at the Southeast excitement -
Phones: 781-1422, 771-2360 individual questions and provide Regional Convention held at NAS as Jax won the Admiral
coe u.. Cecil Field May 1619. Smedberg Perpetual Award for

Each day was exciting, as the third consecutive year.
Today will find the delegation
different workshops were
y'
from Jax 86 traveling to the
presented and the ladies chatted
Southeast Area Council Meeting
with sister members from as far
atBrunswick.Ga., which is being
. away as Roosevelt Roads and the
.. .. hostessed by Glynco 179.
.. Caribbean.

.1' : iiC"'ic1:1i":" : :;:;: ".i ; .. .... ...... .... ,. > ,;. presented Regional May Awards 19 at the closing were June end So another members seems busy to of NWCA be month just Jax, and as 86


I4 ..a't.1. banquet by Mrs.Virginia promising with plans calling for
; :: .. ;1 Dagenkolb, southeast regional many activities.

:,\,': \,/'J::: ,:': : '\';... .:'': :"" ::" ;' ..:.. .. :.'<.. '..,.... :.:. '""\':'.....;".:::. :.,: .:i, :, Admiral president.Logan Awards McKee went to 136 NWCA for third Meetings Wednesday are held of the each first monthat and

first place membership in Group 7:30 p.m. in Building 716.
; .. 1IIfJIr One, and NWCA Little Creek 241 Anyone interested is cordially
':) '. for second place. In Group Two invited to attend.FRIENDLY .
\. membership first place went to
.. '.
:(. 48' NWCA Caribbean Isle 259, and
: NWCA Orlando 267 for second
--. RELAXED&
.: place. NWCA Admiral Logan
.. McKee was also presented the QUIET ATMOSPHERE

.. Admiral Smedberg Perpetual iiMiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiitiiiiiiHiiiiiiii
.I. Membership Award for their IDEALLY LOCATED FOR

:.. ..,; overall growth in membership.NWCA CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
Jax 86 won first place in CLOSE TO SCHOOLS
the scrapbook contest, and CHURCHESANDSHOPPING
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NWCA Dam Neck 207 took second AREAS
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Congressional Statute Forbids



1 y y f, Reproducing Certain Documents

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9. Amateur Radio Operators'
WASHINGTON-Congress, by half times the linear dimensionsof
Licenses.
statute, has forbidden the the original.)
photocopying of the following Internal Revenue Stamps (if 10. Draft Registration Cards.
11. Selective Service Induction
subjects: (There are penalties of it is necessary to copy a legal
fine or imprisonment imposed on document on which there is a Papers which bear any of the
those guilty of making such cancelled revenue stamp this following information :
copies. The list comprises the may be done provided the Registrant's earning or income,
most common subjects. It's best, reproduction of the document is Registrant's dependency status,
however,to consult an attorney if performed for lawful purposes.) Registrant's physical or mental
there's any doubt about .Postage Stamps (For condition, Registrant's Court
photocopying other sujects not philatelic educational, historicaland Record, Registrant's previous
.: listed here.) newsworthy purposes military service.Exception: U.S.
1. Obligations or Securities of Postage Stamps may be Army and Navy discharge
the United States Goverment: All photographed provided the certificates may be photograped.
PFC'S CITED PFC I. Mercado ((1)I) and PFC Encarnacion receive bonds, Certificates of Indebtedness reproduction Is in black and 12. Badges.Identification Cards,
meritorious masts from Ma|. John C. Weare, MATSG XO. They National Bank white.) Passes or Insignia carried by
received the masts for their work in AE 'A' School while participating Currency, United States Notes, Bills, Checks, Drafts tor member of various Federal
In MATSG's Drill Team. Both students are being transferred to Departments and Bureaus
Gold Certificates, Silver Cer- Money, drawn by or upon
Cherry Point, N. C.,for further training in aircraft electrical systems. tificates, Fractional Notes, authorized officers of the United (unless photograph is ordered by
Certificates of Deposit. States. head of department or bureau.)

.. U.S.Savings Stamps (may be ..Stamps and other
photographed but only if the representatives of value, of
reproduction is either 25 percent whatever denomination, which
smaller in each dimension or 50 have been or may be issued under Traffic
NOW OPENTHE percent larger in each dimen- any Act of Congress.

sion.). ViolationsJaxThe
Paper Money, Checks Bonds 2. Adjusted Compensation
(for numismatic, educational, Certificates for Veterans of the
historical and newsworthypurposes World Wars.
may be photographed 3. Automobile Licenses
provided the reproduction is in Drivers' Licenses Automobile following is a reportof
black and white and is less than Certificates of Title (in certain motor vehicle accidents and
L >'oe11oate three-quarter or more and one- states only). traffic violations for the period of
4. Obligations or Securities of May 10-16.
ELEPHANT any Foreign Government, Bankor Number of Accidents
Jax $ GreatestFURNITURE corporation. This period 8.
S.Copyrighted material of any This period a year ago 5.
YES! We have... manner or kind copied. without Total accidents this year 114.
Values! permission of the copyrightowner. Total accidents through this
period last year 131.
WATERBEDS WHOLESALE 6. Certificates of Citizenship or Total number of days since last
PRICE tO EVE RYON Naturalization (Foreign injury in a motor vehicle accident
PARTY ITEMS BLACK LIGHTS Naturalization Certificates may 61.
BAR ACESSORIES POSTERS OPEN be photographed.) Number> of days since an injury
U CLEVER KITCHENWEAR EVERYDAY 7. Passports (Foreign last year at this time 4.
GIFTS FOR DAD (Father's Day Soon!) passports may be photographed.) Number of Violations
and much, much more. 8. Immigration Papers. This period 48.

SUNDAY Speeding 14.
fa P MSURPLUS Reckless driving 0.
10 % DISCOUNTTO MLS' REALTORS Going through stop sign 4.
Acreage Other Violations 30.
117 Homes
MILITARY'WITH Trailer Lots Fourteen drivers appeared
GOODS WYNNE REALTY OFFLORIDA before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
PRESENTATION OF ID CARD.
AAAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAROOSEVELT Inc. May 20. Disposition of the
MCOUHT STORE cases included the following:
MALL (Across from Cheese Villa) 389-5514> > Six lost driving privileges
U5S HIGHWAY Ave.
aboard the station for various
periods; 5 were assigned to
com p lete an e fight-_h our courseremedial :' In
driving; 2 received
: suspensions; 3 were given
warnings; 10 were fined (U.S.
Magistrate); and 1 was referredto
HOMESICK ? commanding officer for

possible disciplinary action.
Four drivers were assessed 10
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Jax-Twenty-three years ago a Wave Reservist at NAS Jacksonville becamethe
first woman to achieve aircrewmanship in the nationwide Naval Air Training

Command. Today that same woman is employed here as a civilian at NARTU's .

Aircraft Maintenance Department. -__-._ __ --_ _____-_... __

Fk Frequently, when she's not traveling through Nevada, she made because she was a woman.In .
f 9 busy keeping track of the training decided to abandon her en- fact, Clementine recalls that
unit's mountainous informationlogs tertainment career and join the occasionally she was required to
,Mrs. Clementine McDonald, Navy. She enlisted in the Wavesat do even more than the male
(USNR), may be found aboard an the Naval Supply Depot in aircrewmen in order to prove her
aircraft where one of her several Hawthorne and was transferredto worthiness.
\ duties is to weigh and balance (then) Balboa Park Wave Basein During an active duty period in
cargo. In flight her job entails San Francisco.In July 1970, Clementine qualifiedfor
performing routine aircrewmantasks the Vietnamese Medal when
and her culinary expertiseIn 1948 her enlistment expiredand she flew troops to DaNang. Or.
9tri the aircraft galleys has made she returned to Jacksonvilleto dinarily, Waves are not permitted
her popular among the crew.A work as a clerk typist It was in combat zones, and she
f then that she re enlisted in the encountered some friction when
Jacksonville resident since Naval Air Reserve and became she applied for the mission. But,
age two, Clementine lists show Interested in flying.To qualify for as always, she proved to be justas
business among her various aircrewmanship, however, qualified and capable as of
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occupational experiences. Until Clementine had to measure up to the other crewmembers a fact
BACK SEAT FLYER Clementine McDonald, a petite 5'2" air. 1944, she toured the United States all the standards normally that provides testimony to her
I crewmen, climbs Into the back seat of the T 33 Trainer at NARTU, and Canada performing as a song required of traditionally all statement that'an aircrewmanor -
where she will accompany Cdr. Harry Walker, NARTU's air and dance entertainer and male aircrew staffs. No woman can go anywhere the
operations officer, on a routine flight. contortionist. Then, while privileges or exceptions were '
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I 30) New Volunteers AcceptedJax Willis and Grace Stelter, Jessie Welch, Lisa
Zorback five years; Helen Taylor, Barbara Dolly, Diane
Matthews and Margit Martin McAffee, Shirley Paine, Sherry
Thirty new memberswere Calhoun, Pamela Clover, Helen to Mrs. J. W. Atherly by Douglas four years; Elsie Jarvis, Parks and Barbara Peters.
accepted by the Red Cross Correll, Janet Creel, Jeanie Armstrong, Field Director of the Charlotte Warren and Dianne -- ---- ---- -- --
Volunteers at their semi annual Friend, Betty Goewey, Marjorie American Red Cross at NAS Jax. Whitten three years.
Volunteer Graduation and Award Gonsalves, Catherine Haken- Mrs. Richard Manning and Two year awards went to
Ceremony, held at the Officers werth, Lynda Hawkins, Caridad Mrs. John Paganelli presented Connie Childress, Edith Cum-
Club here May 18. Holececk, Margaret Jackson, service awards to members. mings, Lillian Dyer, Evelyn
Graduates of Volunteer Class Barbara Jokela, Judith Jones, Maria Bennett received a 12 Gadd, Jean Gilliam, Carol
55 were accepted for service with Saundra Kidd, Sandra Kuehn, year service award and 10 year Gravenor, Kathryn Harkins,
the Naval Hospital by Capt. Mary Laun, Janice Long, awards went to Judy Dodge, Jeannette Leshko, Beatrice v 1
Robert Gillespy Jr., MC, Roberta Mathews,Anne Pendley, Edna Mattson and Barbara Slocum Mary Weaver, Connie
executive officer and chief of Antionette Rogers, Beth Schoeff, Pressler. Wegert, Jeannette Wise and
medical service. Two Navy Kathleen Tobin, Ruth Torrence, Other awards are: Norma Nancy Bright.
nurses,Capt. Marcella Smith and Mary Trickett, Peggy Waters, Carter, Helen Dunlap, Marion Those who received one year
Cdr. Lucy Hall, officiated the Nancy White, Mary Wonder and Foyda and Helen Manning eight service awards are Barbara
capping ceremony, while Mrs. Therese Zumuwalde. years; Peggy Cale seven years; Bennett, Emily Blaylock, Helen
John Mattson, chairman of Other members received Louise Dovell, Claudine Evans, Campbell, Sylvia Cox Edwena
volunteers presented each a special recognition for their Dee McHugh and Mary Norton Crowell, Anna 11111, Sandra .
volunteer pin. service to the Naval Hospital six years; Winifred Atherley, Houston, Margaret Huntsinger -111'1' K W' CAH SAfEiY bAY" 11'-1 isN'1hI4J4n '
New volunteers are Janet throughout the years. A Certificate Josephine Burgess, Leanne Lee, Betty Jensen. Marie Mack, Rose ( rn U.Q .
Anguas, Irene Baum, Claudia of Appreciation was given Lois Linwick, Betty MorinL Pope, Mary: Rhoder, Carol













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Vietnam VeteransVietnamera



veterans with no grades 1 and 2, the Civil Service pointments was grade 3 the level ,
more than 14 years of schooling Commission has announced. established under labor market '

may now receive special ap Previously, the floor for conditions then prevailing. ".:.'
pointments to Federal jobs at Veterans Readjustmeht Ap- Many Federal agencies, t
especially those with field in- .,1"" _

stallations, have significant __: ..",.,:..':::2.z .'.__ ._
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Two Pins
40-Year numbers of vacanies below the

grade 3 level, and it has been TO A HARD WORKER .. Capt. John Kincaid, NAS commanding .J
their practice to fill grade 3 officer, presents the monthly award to Taylor and his wife. Taylorhas 1..
vacanies by promotion of employees been working hard as a gardener for 18 years.
Presented By COJax already on the rolls. The I
new policy will enable them to
hire returning veterans to meet Taylor is Honored !
their current needs, and subsequently -
Capt. John Kincaid NAS these veterans may
Commanding Officer presentedtwo r tt for
{ compete promotions.
40-year Pins May 13 to two Under VRA procedures a As May's Civilian
civil service employees. returning veteran may be hired
Arthur Allen supervisory noncompetitively to work while -
operating accountant, GS-12, in receives training or off the Jax The May Civilian of the established a harmonious- f
the Comptroller's Department, job, through grade 3. Month if Raymond Taylor, relationship between the Public F
began his civil service employment In 1970, 32,400 Vietnam-era gardener with the Public Works Works Department and these .
in Pensacola, April veterans were appointed to Department Maintenance occupants.
1931. October 1940 he transferred t tl l Federal jobs, including 3,201 who Divisions. Other nominees were Barbara F
to the Fiscal Department here, as entered Federal employment Taylor is responsible for the Kin from Data Processing;
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a Senior Fiscal Accounting Clerk. Arthur Allen noncompetitively under VRA grounds around Quarters 'A', 'K'and Mary Warden from -

appointment. 'HJ' and buildings 1, 920, 902, Management Resources; and s
Ills career was interrupted to 907, 750, 751 and 752. He is Nettie Jackson, from Supply. rl
serve in the military but he to and
required plant, transplant
returned In March 1946 and was PromotionsAre care for trees, shrubbery, flowers Living AnnuityIs
reemployed as a Fiscal Accountant -
and lawns. He mows lawns, trims
In July] 1955 he was trees fertilizes
ListedJax hedges, prunes Increased
promoted to Supervisory Fiscal and otherwise grooms areas as
Accounting Officer. needed to maintain a neat and '
Jax The Civil
the Service
Bryan Wynn, stockman in
Listed below are thisweek's orderly appearance.His i
his Commission has announced that
Supply Department, began
nomination based
Merit Promotion
Announcements was on
a 4.5 percent cost of living annuity -
service July 1951 as a
which are now his outstanding accomplishment
to increase is effective on
Storekeeper His promotion
posted on your official bulletin inrelandscaping the area around
June 1 for
Stockman occured in 1959. boards. 1971 employees
and
Quarters 'A' 'K'Taylor before
retiring that date.
I Bryan Wynn' The positions are; Supervisory worked without supervision and To receive the increase in r
Quality Assurance Specialist through skill and knowledge used annuity, an employee must be :
(Electronics) GS191011 Teller the available plants.reducing the
separated, or his pay must cease,
WESTSIDE (typing) GS 530 4, Supervisory material costs to almost nothing. no later than May 31, 1971. l
Quality Assurance Specialist Another fact which may have In pending disability retirmentcases I
( GS 1910 12 aided in the
JACKSONVILLE'S Aerospace Taylor aquiring applicants must be placed :
Electric Accounting Machine monthly award was the fact that
leave
on without no later than
CASSATi Operator GS.359.4, Laborer WG he cooperates readily with the June 1, 1971 to pay qualify for the A
T/W/\T AVENUE 2. occupants in making changes in annuity increase.To F
I I A SALES AND SERVICE For complete information see landscaping to suit their particular obtain more details or)
your bulletin board. tastes. Doing so he has assistance call Ext. 2407
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of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping. Center P
Phone 771 9223 d
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Every FRIDAY I Night is
Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT P

Your choice of -

rJOfl4 LIMITED SUPPLY PER UPT034MI GALLON STEAK Chicken & P

Standar 179 Dumplings 79 -

Equipment includes : Reclining Bucket Seats IGHT

White \ 'all tiresWheelcovers Nylon carpets Chopped Steak IF

Front disc brakes-Tinted glass. % Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter A

LUNCH 11 AM tilt PM DINNER4PMtll8PM a

PRICES THAT CAN'T BE BEAT E
Watch For Our Luncheon Meat Special It cents Mon Thru Sat
Come In..or call 389-6668 or 9.

43.FORD FALCON 4 Door Sedan cylinder, standard transmission,
Double Sharp! $55
45 MERCURY Door Sedan. V-8, Auto. trans., Air conditioned, Power Approved for Veteran's Training Approved for Veteran's Training Approved for Veteran's Training
steering, Power brakes, R&H. S7tS
M.MERCURY PARKLANE Door Hardtop. V.8, Auto. trans., Power: A
steering,brakes,windows and seats,Tinted glass, R&H. 1105 F-'
47.FORD LTD 4 Door Hardtop. V 8, Auto. trans., Factory air, Power s i
steering R8.H.WWT, Tinted. glass, R&H Powerwlndows, Power seats, Tinted glass$145, ASSEY TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, INC. g

47.FORD GALAXY 500' 4 Door Hardtop. V 8, Auto trans., Factory air, 3 Jackionvllli FUrldi 0 i
Tinted glass, Power steering, R&H,WWT. Low mileage, one owner, Like ..
Newl MfS Accredited Member of the National Home Study Council X:
41.MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE. V-8, Auto. trans., Air conditioned, Power steering,R&H. S1S31 DIVISION COURSES 0Industrial
48.CHEVY MALIBU' DOOR HARDTOP. Auto. trans., cylinder, R&H. Iso a b
Beat this! 11485 Electronics
.OPEL KADETTE FASTBACK.4 R&H. 11075 it h
n.OPEL KADETTE FASTBACK.4 speed, R&H. Yours for only $1295 = a
4f VOLVO'142-S'2.Door Sedan. Low mileage. SII9S E r Bookkeeping and Accounting 1D
TOYOTA CORONA Door Hardtop. Auto. trans., R&H. Low mileage,
Double sharp) SI450 0 Massey School Mr. Rouse Will Be At The .
Rep. Education
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70.DATSUN4 Door Vinyl roof 4 speed, Heater,WWT S1550 Office::

t! SEEUSTODAYI U.0 MAINSIDE NAS BLDG: 200 Weekly Wed. 10:00: AM to 1:00: PM., si
,. MAYPORT NAS Bldg.53 Weekly Thur. 11:00: AM to 2:00: PM. A
WESTSIDEg Y T AA CECIL FIELD NAS Bldg 41 Room 218, Weekly Thur.4 PM to7:00: PM -

1310CASSATAVE. In Service Personnel Must Have Two Years In Service :
JIi HOUSE OF QUALITY SERVICE F
PHON'fe 3845fttttxox Approved for Veteran's Training Approved for Veteran's Training Approved for Veteran's TrainingfAGE n

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PublisherJAX CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Movie ScheduleThursday
Call: 388.2755
AIR I NEWS

NAS Jacksonville I *" Ads should be mailed to later than
I Tuesday for publication the lollop Thursday M
LATWI NG E R I JSlS'T00' 'late
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE 1: publisher i Is instructed following otherwise week A unless check the or ,May 27 Monday,May 31

money order for the full cost of the ad must be
I receded WITH the copy for the ad. t NAS: 'MIND OF MR NAS: 'AIRPORT' Color drama

: SOAMES' Color drama starring starring Burt Lancaster and
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge (lines) 12.00 Terence Stamp and Robert Dean Martin. E ((137 mins.).

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) SOt Vaughn. 'GP' (97 mins.). HOSPITAL 'SON OF

: HOSPITAL: 'CROMWELL'Color FLUBBER'

historical drama starring Tuesday,June 1
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r --- ---1 Richard Harris and Alec Guin- NAS: 'JOE' Color drama

,:' ORANGE PARK 67 CADILLAC COUPE d.VILLE ness. 'G' E (140 mins. starring Peter Boyle and Dennis
,...MP'L"OYM". '""." ,,"" "" .,':. ::, 2 BR House, Furn. Air Cond. S mitts to Convertible, Red with white leather Patrick. 'R' E (107 mins.).
NAS. We rent to TAD Personnel, or Interior Ex. Condo $2400. Call 771.0269. HOSPITAL: 'AIRPORT'Wcdnnesday
bachelors. 264-6884.
SERVICE WIVES Friday,May 28 ,June 2

CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS ,. Wagon, 62 cylinder FORD FAIRLANE, stick, R&H, $160. NAS: 'FIVE EASY PIECES'Color NAS: 'THE GREAT WHITE
.
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or "%' < "
11"
1022 Park Street, 354.7888.RETIREDMAN. riftWW" ,1.\i'j R. ,EALESTATE :' \; ASTRO MOTORS drama starring Jack: HOPE Color boxing drama
6566 Normandy Blvd. Nicholson and Karen Black. 'R E starring James Earl Jones and

((96 mins.). Jane Alexander. TP' VG (103
1963 ENGLISH FORD WAGON
For Part time work In Coin Laundryat HOUSE ORTEGA HILLS
8024 Herlong Rd. Write to FGJ East Available July 1. 414 percent loan. Good Inside and out R&H, $300. CWO HOSPITAL: 'MIND OF MR. mins.),
Coast Co. P.O. Box 4609, Jax, 32201 for Payments $114.00 Equity $5,000 264 Bourn Ext. 2926 or 387.2569. SOAMES'

appt or call 355.6463. 5578. 199 CHEVROLET Saturday, May 29

CASHI Kings wood Sta. Wag. 8 pass. A.C, auto A
OFFICEWORKER We buy,sell,and trade equities transelec rear window, low mileage, NAS: 'HORNETS NEST' Color
Part.time, Ideal for Navy wife, Louise T.Bailey real clean. 388.9343.
drama starring Rock Hudson and
Normandy Blvd. 786 0677, 7713605 Broker
49MERCEDES DIESEL Sylvia Koscina. 'GP' ((110 mins.),

'HIDDEN WATERS' auto. trans.AC, PS, PB, Nearly new HOSPITAL: 'FIVE EASY
SECRETARYHalf Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots tires Excellent Cond. One Owner, PIECES'
9 1.
to Five
Day Days a week
Unsurpassed Fuel
available. Excellent fishing, boating, economy. $4,000.
Shorthand, typing, lakeshore
area swimming. Mobile Home area. Also 2849796. Sunday,May 30
References. Call 389.6311
permanent home area. High, wooded
NAS: 'SON OF FLUBBER'B&W
59 VOLVO 2-DOOR
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lots. E Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
HELP WANTED R&H. Runs Good, $240 Disney comedy drama
Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 725.3992.
Part.time,5-11 p.m, Shift. ASTRO MOTORS starring Fred MacMurray and

Apply 6238103rd Burger St.Chef LAWRENCE. 6566 Normandy Blvd. Nancy Olson. 'G' VG ((100 mins.). t

REALTOR 1970HONDA450CCLess HOSPITAL: 'HORNETS :CALL
FULLANDPARTTIMESecurity Opens a new office In Orange Park at 388-2755
than 2,000 actual miles, like new, NEST'
Guards Needed for apart. 2012 Smith St. (corner of Kingsley) to extra set of mufflers, $1,000 or best
ment complex. Call 264.6337. better serve you. offer, Call Dudley 772.3310 til 5 p.m.
Call Ken Spinner, Associate (USN. later at Air Base Motel, Apt. 10. .,...

MISCELLANEOUS ret) for any real 264.9582HOUSE estate need. IS FT. FIBERGLASS HULL illllIIIIIIIII! :i ::::'"' :;.iiji1S; ; :::: :: :;;' ; 'I ;i lill I II[

FOR SALE 45 HP Elect Start. Trailer. Walk thru
VA.5 PERCENT EQUITY W.S. Open Valve C.G. Equipped 3896419 -
GARAGE SALE Cedar Hill, 3 BR, Kit equip. AC. ".E4jt1'mt
Nursery Furniture, & Household Ed Philips, Realtor
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goods. 817 Highway 17 Orange Park, 387 2503 69 FORD LTD COUNTRY SQUIRE
264-8320. Sat. & Sun. WAGON
10 pass. AC Exc. Condo Late 69 Model.
BE A RADIO OR '/ MOBIi..E HOMES. 'd;" $3200 7720402W8 SELLING USED CARS WITH

TVANNOUNCERRecorded 175 CC KAWASAKI MYC
message by leading announcer $175 Call Ext. 2213 or 264-4291.
tells you how. Call any hour. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 100 % GUARANTEE
On Priv. lot off Doctors Lake Dr
355.2944. 2 BR Call 2649487 after 5 p.m. 63 VALIANT SIGNET ,,,...
IIII I 111I11111 r 111"01" "'"'
6 cylinger, stick, R&H $540 NN/NNNNNNN 11. I.
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS ASTRO MOTORS
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape FINANCING 6566 Normandy Blvd. VW Sedan $1795 .
70
players. At dealers cost to liquidate No money down on New Star Mobile
stock. Full! warranty! Phone 771.0409. Home, Bill Vernon, CPO, USN Ret. 70 KAWASAKI Diamond Blue, R&H. Stock No. 5114
S& J Mobile Homes Ex. Cond. 2800 miles. includes 2
3708 Philips Hwy helmets, and riding Jacket. Call 772.
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 398.8926JUSTISSTRAILERPARK 2698 before 3 pm. 70 VW Sedan $1895Diamond
Auto AC, Room units, Central Units
Repairs. Reasonable Blue, R&H, WWT, Stock No. 4199.
Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS
388-5161 trailer and Apts. 389.3007. '70 BOAT 69 VW Sedan $1695Diamond
4711 Palmer Lake Shore Motor and trailer. 18' Fiberglass 85 '
HR Mtr Blue, AM.FM Radio, Heater, Stock No. 4955.
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LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH :-'TRANSPORTATION64CORVAIRSPYDER: '.,: Ext.Call 2431 Ron or Rohrer 387.5622 69 VW Glitterbug $1595Blue
Wilford's Fish Camp 264-9707. WE FINANCE
Auto Stick Shift, Heater. Stock No. 6446.

Pups WHITE, AKC GERMAN papers. Excellent SHEPHERD watch Coupe, speed, R&H, $340 1964 FORD GALAXIE 69 VW Sedan $1895Diamond

dogs. $75.00 Call 284.9796 6566 ASTRO Normandy MOTORS Blvd. 500 John, Exc.Ware Cond.772.3165.asking $500. Phone Blue, Air conditioned, R&H, WWT. Stock No. 7839. ,

POINTER PUPS FOR SALE 199-70 HONDA TWO 67 VW Sedans $1295White i
Born 1 April. Good hunting stock. Exc. Condo $250 See at 6424 68 VW CAMPMOBILE
Purebred, Unregistered. $25. 772.3051 90 Cycle Dr. S. 771.0839 Pop Top, Side awning, AM.FM Radio, or Blue, Radio & Heater i
Solandra $2350. Cecil Ext. 1
Fiberglass Carrier
3MALEMINIATURE 1965 PORSCHE-3S6C 506,507,508. 69 VW Squareback $1895 1

Poodle Puppies, Black with white miles on complete Engine "
6,000 361", Diamond Blue, R&H, WWT. 1
markings. 6 weeks old. 264.4781.GEORGE'S rebuilt, new clutch & new Semper lis.
Brand new AC. Must sell going TWO 69 Karmann Ghias $1975
771 5747.
KENNELSEst. overseas. $2,900 firm. 1
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Sunset, R&H.
Pick up & Delivery Available. 1964 DODGE, POLARA
Ghia
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. 4.Door, 60x12 2 BR. Mobile Home; a 68 Karmann $1795White i
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard miniature poodle; Ruger .357 .Mag J A Air conditioned, R&H. 1
accepted Visitors welcome. 5085 Call after 5 & on weekends. 786 0489.48MERCURYMONTEGO .
Edgewood Crt. 389.0064.RENTALS. DEER \ 69 Kombi $1995White

4.Door Sedan, V.8 Auto Tran. FactoryAir Radio and Heater WWT. 1I I

.". [' ".'. W.' "'" \'" ,1.,:,,,,,, !:, WWT., Power New Steering Tires, new and paint brakes, excellent R&H, SPRINGS ESTATESKeystone 67 VW Bus $1595DeLuxe
29,000 actual miles. $1,595.
,
WIL MAR APTS. 'condition Phone 781.5511. Heights ...._.,..White..."...", "Radio..""...and....".HeaterDOMESTIC.............."...__...

Living 1969 FIAT 124 SPORT COUPE
Bedroom
Air Conditioned
Room, Kitchen, Bkfstnook, parking Aluminum wheels with Radio.Michexln 772.8246 X Mobile Homes SPECIAL!
trans.
5 speed
space for 2 cars, water, sewage tires.
garbage, lawn service, Furnished- Clyde W. Simpson & Co
$120. Unfurnished.$100. plus 4 percent 1969 FAIRLANE Small 66 PONTIAC EXECUTIVE
R&H.
sales tax. Auto, still on warranty REALTOR 356.6849NNNNNININNNNNNMMNNNINNNMMNNNNNNNM.NN1N
and take over payments. 389
equity Door Sedan, V.8, Auto. trans,
DU CLAY APARTMENTS 6531. Factory air, (needs work), Power *895VpBKSWAGENv
Living 3 BR, 2 Full .. R&H,
Country Club ._ steeering, Power brakes
&dining Room w- __.......--M'.wnn.-.m..n.
baths Comb.Living """"'
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w carpeting thrOughout. Drapes, Bit OPEN 7 DAYSAWEEK..7AMT010PM .. ..........
In.R&0, Refrlg, dishwasher, Starting

at $180. per Jack mo.ValentinoReal HERLONG ROAD COIN LAUNDRY WWTWESTSIDE

Estate Inc. Rain soft wafer Cleaner Clothes with Half the Soap .
398-8191 or 2492569. __ "
NO WAITING I !I .' '' ','.', .

3 LG. BR. COMFORTABLE HOME 1 -.r: ." <
$125 mo.848 Melson Ave. 389.6550 Washers I.
per 40 Top Load : I I
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I. Questions Answered Concerning Bond Extension '




Secretary of the Treasury John B. Connally has announced extensions of A. Yes. The Treasury feels that Freedom Shares entering an
I maturity of the older Series E and H Savings Bonds and Freedom Shares. The this 40-year life span for the earlyE extension?
Bonds will enable bond ownersto A. The interest rate will be that
action insures when these Bonds will continue
thatregardlessof to
purchased, attain their goals. Experience which is in effect for Savings
d raw i n t eres" t. indicates that only a small Bonds at the time the Freedom
Series E Savings Bonds pur The Interest rate for Savings Q. What is the over-all broad portion of bonds will remain Shares enter an extension. :
chased from May 1941 through Bonds and Freedom Shares in effect of the announcement? outstanding beyond this period; Q. What is the current rate? '
April 1952, the first of which extension will be the rate A. All E end H Savings Bonds and the problems of tracing A. The current rate if a flat 5&
would have begun to reach prevailing at the time they enter and Freedom Shares-regardless ownership become increasingly percent and is guaranteed to next
maturity in May of this year, the extension period. The current of age-will continue to earn in complex with the passage of maturity.Q. .
have been granted a third 10-year rate is a flat 5Mt percent during terest.Q. time. In any case, owners cf E Have all E Bonds been
extension. This extension will extended maturity. How does the announcement Bonds may exchange them for II granted at least one extension?
give these early E bonds a life Early E Bonds-known as affect E Bonds now on sale? Bonds at any time prior to their A. Yes. All E Bonds may be
span of 40 years. The Treasurysaid 'Defense' or 'War' Bondsweresold A. It doesn't; E Bonds now on maturity held at least 10 years beyond first
it intends that this will be the to help finance the enlarged sale have an automatic 10-year Q. Does the decision to providea maturity
final! extension provided for these expenditures associated with extension period and, therefore, third extension mean that all
bonds,but noted that E bonds can World War II. Of the$53 billion of may be held for 15 years, 10 Savings Bonds will be given third Q. Have all H Bonds been
be exchanged into current Savings Bonds outstandingtoday months.Q. extensions? granted extensions, too?
income H bonds at any time priorto $5.6 billion date from What is the interest rate for A. Not necessarily; however, A. No. However, all II Bonds
their extended maturity World War II days. Savings Bonds entering an extension no decision on this point is needed issued through November 1965
At the same time, the Treasury Listed below are answers to ? until 1981 have been promised at least one
announced that Series E Bonds many of the questions commonly A. The interest rate will be the Q.What about E Bonds nearing 10-year extension. Therefore,
issued from May 1952 through asked concerning Savings Bonds prevailing rate-that which is the end of their first extension? there is no need for a decision
January 1957, and Series H bonds and Freedom Shares: in effect at the time the Bonds until 1975.
A. Series E Bonds issued from
issued from June 1952 through Q. What is the meaning of the enter an extension period.
May 1952 through January 1957 all Bonds
January 1957, have been granteda Treasury's announcement to Q. What is the prevailing rate? Q. Do Savings
second
now have been granted a
continue
benefits during ex-
second 10-year extension. people who own Savings Bonds A. The Current rate of interest extension.
I U.S. Savings Notes-known as and Freedom Shares? for Bonds entering an extensionis 10-year tension?
Freedom Shares-which were on A. Older E and II Savings a flat 5V6 percent; this rate is Q. What II Bonds are affected A.Yes, including the important
sale from May 7,1967 through June Bonds have been granted additional guaranteed to next maturity. by the announcement? benefits of tax defferal and exchange -
1970 have been granted a 10-year 10-year extensions; an Q. How does all this benefit the A. Series II Bonds Issued from privileges.Q. .
extension beyond their initial extension has also been grantedto owners of Savings Bonds and June 1952 through January 1957 What does this mean in
four-and-one-half year maturity Savings NotesFreedomShares. Freedom Shares? have been granted a second 10- terms of dollars?
period. A. The granting of additional year extension.Q. A. Over the years, interest
extensions for older E and H What about Freedom rates have been improved
Bonds-and a first extension for Shares-Savings Notes-that start several times ranging from the
Freedom Shares--will enable maturing next fall? original percent to the current
Cut moving costs Bond-owners to complete their A. Freedom Shares-on sale 'bonus' rate of 5& percent. If you
long-range plans, savings, for from May 1967 through June 1970- hold a $100 E Bond-purchased in
Move-it-yourself one-way or localIn vacations, new homes, college -are being treated like E Bonds. May 1941 for $75-it is now worth .
a Ryder One-Way rental truck educations, retirement. They have been granted a 10-year $201.12,and will earn 5% percent,
Q. What group of Savings extension beyond their original compounded semiannually, on
AENi Bonds have been granted a third 4Mt year maturity.Q. that amount throughout the new
'RYDER- WAY extension.A. What is the interest rate for extension.
.LW .All Series E Bonds now in-or
SPECIAL MILITARY RATES! already promised-a second
--
extension; that is, those Bonds
For Information[ and Reservation.. issued from May 1941 through r

CALL 388-8505 April 1952. _
Q. Is this third extension the ROY G'RIFFIN'SMOBILE
last that can be expected?
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JAX AIR NEWS.LATW" PAGE 13 i


Jax R eenlistment Corner!


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Jax Nine reenlistments have
been reported aboard the air
station this week. They are:

,
Chief Kenneth Bendy, a 14 ,
.g year Navy veteran currently RU'k'j
serving as a flight engineer at
Weather Reconnaissance :
i Squadron Four. A

AZC Sammy Echols of VP-
5's Quality Control Division. He is L4kJ' I

,presently serving with the Mad ; .i
Foxes on deployment in Rota, a 4y
Spain, where he reenlisted for -- J1ijiw _

I AZC Echols four years. --_AWl._ -Jurat __ _
AWARDEES Three Com Fair Jax staff members receive Individual -
AW1 Daniel W. Jurss
awards from Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, RAdm.
assigned to FAETULANT
Jax Del Lawrence Heyworth Jr. They art (CI I Ito ri) ADJCS Elah! | J. Adams,
shipped over for the third
Navy Achievement Medal LCdr. Eugene J. Turk, Navy Achievement
time, adding three to his
years Medal and LCdr. Eugene L. Lassiter, Navy Commendation Medal.
Navy career.
e. (Sec story below)

a MR1 John M. O'Toole of the

Aircraft Maintenance Depart- Three Navymen Receive .
ment reenlisted for two more

years. '

AC1 Robert M. Peacock of ., Medals from ComFairJaxJaxA
the Air Air Traffic t f
Operations I
_.... II
Control Division
was sworn in for
-'
I --1 O'TsslePrvcv the second time for three years. Sgt. ChrlstUnAGttoltey Navy Commendation according to his citation, 'he
t'-- ,1 ul \I( "'IItr"T'r 1 Medal and two Navy consistently demonstrated ex-
.
t AG2 William P. Bailey from t a Pd
,I Achievement Medals were ceptional managerial skills and
h the Fleet Weather Facility presented to three members of devotion to duty in coordinatingand
reenlisted for six years. the Commander Fleet Air, executing various aircraft

DK2 Oscar C. Canoniyado Jacksonville staff here last weapons systems modificationand
reenlisted for five more years at week. testing programs which
the Navy Finance Office wherehe LCdr Eugene L. Lassiter of 307 contributed directly to the
works. Blalrmore Blvd., Orange Park, operational readiness of fleet
received the CommendationMedal. squadrons.'
Sgt Richard I. Christian of '+ d 1y r LCdr. Eugene J. Turk of Adams won his Achievement
MARTD was promoted to his S 417 Frog Hollow Rd Orange Medal chief
as power plants petty
present rate and received a VRBof
Park, and ADJCS Elijah J.
officer here from Oct. 25, 1968 to
$9,200 when he shipped over for Adams of 266 Janell Dr., Orange Feb. 28 1971. Adam's citation
six .... ,. _, ,
years. & -- 'JIll"'"""'" to Park received the Achievement says he 'demonstrated ex

ADJ2 Terry Genton of VP- .. Medals. Lassiter is officer-in- ceptional skill in managing and
OKI CanonlyadoATR1 -r '--- of the Fleet Aviation
I charge
5's Maintenance Section added coordinating various engine
four more years to his career in Intelligence Detachment and modification programs which
the Navy. M 1Q Turk and Adams work in the contributed to fleet squadrons
Fleet Air Maintenance Depart- achieving a maximum state of
ATR3 William P. Barker ment. operational readiness.'
received a $10,000 'VRB after Lassister was cited for in-
reenlisting at VP-45 where he is telligence duty with the Military RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth

presently attached. 1 Assistance Command, Vietnam Jr., commander Fleet Air,
} I (MACV) from Jan. 18 to Dec. 20, Jacksonville, made the
PN3 William J. Heintz was 1970. The accompanying citation presentation.
reenlisted in the office of VP-45 says, 'As a direct result of his
.I Commanding Officer, Cdr. S. J. outstanding ability the Com-

McArdle. lie works in the mander, MACV and key mem- ITS WOK COUNTS .

Squadron's Legal and Public --- bers of the Joint Staff were -...... "..,..
Affairs Divisions. PN3 Helnti provided the critical intelligence : ===: ,, ';
Barker required for an early assessmentof i
the location, activities and ..\ J
intentions of the enemy's political A- wtrt lAW

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PAGE J4 JAX AIR NEWS-lATWINGER ,_


FHA Will Help




Sell Your HomeEDITOR'S



( ( NOTE: Lilt week In Joe Air News, FHA loans for service
families who are In the market for a new home was discussed along with
eligibility standards for the loans. This week, road how to sell your home purchased -
,; through an FHA Insured mortgage.)

y 1 ,4f P I lousing Standards price of the house he is buying.
4 NI Any house which is insured by Here are two examples of the
11q the FHA under Section 222 must FHA-required down payment on
meet the agency's minimum a house which sells for the

11 property standards. maximum insurable amount,
And, the 'Inserv{ e' loan can $33,000:
only be used to purchase a one- If his house was built under
AYF} family dwelling which will be preconstruction commitment,
used by the serviceman and his the serviceman will pay 3 percenton
%.t family as their personal home.A the first $15,000.$450
I r4 $ :w house can be insured by the .Ten percent of value between

FHA only if it is located within $15.25,000.$1,000

; : the United States, on Puerto Ricoor .Fifteen percent of value
_f i Guam, in the Trust Territoryof above $25,000.$1,200

the Pacific Islands, or on the . . . Total DownPayment.$2,650

-."........ '.' ................. "' OI 0.1" 3. ......,.. Virgin Islands.
I To take advantage of the FHA .If his house was not built undera
GARDEN CIRCLE OFFICERS Tn newly elected officers of the NAS Garden Clrclt art (U I to r) insurance commitmentand
premium-paid mortgage preconstruction
I Mrs. Gerald L. Struck, president; Mrs. John F. Riley, vice president Mrs. Thomas J. Cummings, program,at settlement a was less than one year old at
second vice president Mrs. Hurley Grilling, secretary and Mrs. W.R. Fetch, treasurer. Mrs. Ira J. serviceman must make a down the time of the settlement, the
Varnedo, installation officer, Is at right.
payment which is based on the serviceman will pay 10 percent of
....1..... ..... to .,,!t IVV\ ."

I AIMD Navvman Selected Ton SailorJaxThe above vaiuc. .Fifteen; up$25,000.$1,200 fMivuw..fvv percent of value


., .& . . . Total Down
Serviceman of the division officer for his out an oustanding reputation not only previously with VT-29 at Corpus Payment.$3,700The

Month title for April goes to AE1 standing work with AIMD. in the Aircraft Maintenance Christi, Tex, VP-4 on Okinawaand down payment is in ad
Lawrence Jones, supervisor of AE1 Jones supervises and Department but in many other with the Aircraft Main- dition to settlement fees which
the repair calibration work monitors the receipt, issue, In- NAS departments and tenant tenance Department in Rota. must be paid when the mortgage
center at Aircraft Intermediate ventory and calibration of all commands. Spain. contract is signed.As .
Maintenance Department here. precision measuring equipmentat He has, according to further For his selection as Ser in any legal transaction,
Petty Officer Jones, who is AIMD. According to his report, developed an AMD accountable viceman of the Month, AE1 Jones members of the Armed Forcesare
assigned temporarily at division officer in a letter material control and his wife Kathy a former advised to contact their legal
Patuxent River Md. for a three- nominating him for the award, system, an automated service Wave alrcontrolman, will receivea assistance officer for advice and
week Auto Pilot course for the P- his 'perseverance, tenactity and that is expected to curtail the certificate to the Candlelight assistance. Although the legal
3C aircraft, was chosen among leadership in accomplishing the amount of missing equipment. Restaurant and an expensepaidtrip officer will not be able to
other candidates after a review of many and varied tasks that he Petty Officer Jones was for their family to St. represent a serviceman at set
recommendation from his has undertaken has established selected to attend the Com- Augustine. the nation's oldest tlement, he can offer valuable
NavAirLant P-3C IMRL con- city, courtesy of the local USO.
assistance both before and after
__
u 'u'u'uuuuuu.u ference at Patuxent River due to
the settlement.
his extensive' knowledge of Selling a Home
avionics support equipment. lie Since members of the Armed
Personnel Mutual
Government was also instrumental in the Forces are subject to transfer

recent AIMD-NARTU merger with little or no notice, they may
Life Insurance Company'specialists A native,of Terre Haute, Ind., face the problem of selling a
Jones enlisted in 1958. He is .r
a house which
was puchased
in service to the military'JACKSONVILLE
graduate of A&P School at
,through an FHA-insured) more
REPRESENTATIVEJIM Grosse He, Mich., and the AE'A' tgage.If .
RICHARDSON and 'B' Schools. lie has served 3nTOALL this is the case, one of the

first steps to take is to contact the
Cdr. USN (Ret.)
nearest FHA office to obtain an

11659 Jacksonville Jonathan Rd. A SHORT MESSAGE.. WIDE MOBILE PROSPECTIVE HOME BUYERSWe 12' up-dated version of that agency'shome
market survey. This can be
Tel: 724-6833 We are stocking so many
valuable both in setting a fair
24' wide homes, we have no
price for your house and in
for 12' wldes' If
space you
showing the buyer the price
Trade for Anything want the BEST POSSIBLE
From Billie ranges for your area.
Goats BUY in this area, see us
to Battleships! NOW. If the new buyer pays cash for
the house, or finances the pur-
CLOSING OUT ALL 12 chase through a new mortgage,
WIDES FOR THE PRESENTI the serviceman's outstanding

Bank and Savings Loan mortgage balance will be paid off
L Long Term Financing and his obligation for the mor-

l. tgage ended.A .
g _. serviceman's Service will
I0 r fJ -CLy pay the one percent prepayment

-:; SPECIAL DISCOUNTS penalty on the mortgage which is

..<; 'to a charge made on all FHA loans
MILITARY and CIVIL SERVICE Personnel
that are paid off in advance of the
foJ 971 St. Johns Mobile Homesus scheduled date. This represents a

saving to the serviceman of
. . GREEN COVE SPRINGS CALL 264.3301 (Jax Direct) several hundred dollars.
But, no matter how the sales
transaction is handled, the im
FREEAUTOMATIC portant thing is that the serviceman -
YAMAHAIS is released from his
OUR BUSINESS liability under the mortgage.
The QUR ONLY BUSINESS
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I How They're i ....... I 1/ ia EnterWomen's

Standing ".0.Bowling, ..-

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BOWLING Radar 17 361,1.23\1.607

Leprechauns 34-26 .SCT Entries are now being
American League Faid Folk 33.27 .550 taken for the East Coast
ComFairJax 1 30-26 .536 Women's Tennis Championshipto
ComFairJax 2 46-14 .767 Ringers 31.29 .517 ...-- be held July 19-23 at the Naval
R's Raiders 45.15 .750 Tweets 29-31 .483 Training Center Bainbridge Md.
E.Zephyrs 41-19 .683 Unmentionables 29-31 .483 Participants will be active duty
Hurricanes 351h-24'h .590 Pin Pals 27-33 .450 personnel and applications must
Molar Rollers 341h-25'h .574 Hang Overs 22'h-37lti .377 be submitted no later than June
Gold 34.26 .567 Beer Cans 21.39 .350 25. Anyone wishing additional
SubMow V 33.27 .550 King Pins 12-44 .214 0 K F ENt C Stop CLOWNING You K'Jow' VERY information should contact
Ney Bowlers 32-28 .533 Hospital C 5-54 .085 WELL. WHAT' FAIL IN' MEANS f" Athletic Director Frank Me-
Saw Bones 3O'h-29'h.508 Caffery at Ext. 3239 as soon as
Tweekers 261h-33'h .443 SOFTBALL possible. '
MarBar 2 221h-37'h .377
Hospital A .22-38 .367 American League Champs NamedJaxThree Forest workers call quaking
AFEES 22-38 .367 aspen the "disaster tree."-It is
VP.16 7.1 the first tree to grow again in
AMD 'h-39'h .344 VP-45 8.2 of the four in- help of a forfeit by Marine areas where forest fires, strip
Bumble Bees 20-40 .333 Bees 7-3 tramural bowling championswere Barracks in the last series, held mining or other circumstances
Fumblers 15-45 .250 Hospital 7-4 determined this week with off Roses Raiders to capture the hare stripped the land of rtge-'
FAETU only the Continental League title. Going into the final week of tation. .
5-4
Continental League MARTD 6-5 champ still to be crowned. competition,Roses Raiders had a
NATTC COMFAIRJAX No. 2 won the shot at the title but lost one gameto
Wild Ones 34.14 .708 FWF 6-5 American League, Good and Bad third place E-Zephyrs in their Take baby
3-7
Eveldoers 36'h'191h .649 CFJ the Atlantic League and Hunters final series. COMFAIRJAX No. 2 your
Seventy Woos 33.19 .635 A-c Maint. 2-8 the National League. The Con- ended the season with a 46-14
HospitalB 34.22 .fHl 0-10 tinental League still has a weekto mark and runner-up Roses
Cleaners 33.23 .589 National play with four teams having a Raiders were 4516.
Trainers 34'h'2S'h .581 League chance for the crown. The Wild In the Atlantic League,
Quacks 32.24 .571 679th H Ones are leading it now but the defending champs Good and Bad to a specialistWE
Hard Hats 27.21 .563 NARTU 6-1 Eveldoers, Seventy Woos and out-distanced their nearest MAINTAIN
IT
NATTC 28-24 .538 FICEUR 5-2 Hospital'B'are close behind.The competitors by 10 games with a WITH LOVING CARE_
Comm 27-29. .482 VW-4 5-3 Athletic Office plans to hold an 50-10 record. The Gems were
CPO's 26-30 .464 MarBar 3-4 Intramural roll-off for the league second at 40-20. TOM BUSH Volkswagen
SpUtFinders 21-27 .438 MATSG 3-4 champs beginning the week of Over in the National league,
Tars 21-31 .404 AFEES 3-4 June 7. the Hunters at 46-14 held off a late R eit q
Side Winders 19-37 .339 Weapons 2-5 In the American League, charge by 679th 43-17 to capture WO Atlantic Blvd'
Knots 19-41 .317 Comm 2-6 COMFAIRJAX No. 2, with the that title.
Eagles 2 16-36 .308 Dispensary o-s
Lazy Timers 16-36 .308 GOLF

Atlantic League American League

Good&:Bad 50-10 .833 NARTU 11-1
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PLAN AHEAD
Gems 40-20 .667 FICEUR 9-4
Alley Cats 39-21 .650 MARTD 84'h
Jokers 37-23 .617 Hospital 7-5 DON'T MISS THIS SEASON'S
Chokers 321h-27'h ,541 NAMTD 7-5
Lt's + 1 31.29 .517 VP-16 6-5
VR-50 30-30 .500 MATSG 5-7 FINAL RACING PROGRAM:
Birds 29-31 .483 Weapons 4-8
Pin Benders 27-33 .450 Po'Chops 2-11 "
Mar Bar 1 27-33 .450 NARF 1.11 )y '
Bees 26-34 .433
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Blue 26-34 .433 National League -:;;
Blocks 24-35 .410
Eagles 1 2r-39 .350 VP-45 11-1
Green Backers 20-40 .333 VW-4 11-4
Tumblers 20-40 .333 AirOps 8-3
679th 66 SAY'SMATINEE
Comm 66A.C
National League Malnt. 6-7
FAW-ll 4-5
Hunters 46-14 .767 FAETU 5-7
679th 43-17 .717 NavFinOff 3t.1.10
Pin Benders 39-21 .650 MarBar 3-9
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II I 6ND Golf TournamentJax

4 \ 1 1ni Personnel interested in participating as representatives of
r 9f District Golf Tournament, are invited to
I III Jax Navy in the Sixth Naval
compete in qualifying rounds of 18 holes on June 12, 13,19 and 20a total
j of 72 holes by medal play.
Qualifying will be for the Open, Senior and Women's Divisions
(active duty personnel only. ) Register at the Golf Course Club House i
by June 9. .
ni > For additional information, contact the Athletic Director at Ext. e,
3239,or apply in person at the Athletic Office in the Bldg.3 Gym. '..

Jax Navy Softball Game

Jax-The Jax Navy Softball Team split pair of doubleheaders this !
week with Glynco Navy,bringing!their season mark up to 3-5. s
I n the first game Friday,Glynco came up with two runs in their half ;
of the seventh inning to defeat the Fliers and pitcher Von McClure 3.2. 1
In the second game,Jax Navy got three runs in the first and added 1
another in the second to coast to a 4-0 win. Jax pitcher Junior Aguon
hurled the shutout, giving up five singles while striking out 10 and \
walking none. .
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In the opener Saturday Von McClure struck out 12 but gave up F
three runs in the seventh as Glynco won it 3-0.
> In the second game Sa turday,Glynco jumped out to a 1.0 lead in the .
first only to have the Fliers score four in fourth, one in the fifth and :
add four more in the sixth. Leading 9-1 going into the seventh, the
THE BIO AND LITTLE OF IT- Members of MARTD'i pistol team, SSgt. J. Pace (en I) and Sgt. S. Fliers got a little sloppy.committing five errors and allowing Glynco to
Burnley, present the Gateway trophy they won In the quarterly match held by Marine commands In close the final score to 9-6.Jerry Walker picked up the win. I
the area to their commanding officer, Lt.Col. D.G, Ranney. This weekend the Fliers travel to Patrick AFB for doubleheaders
tomorrow and Saturday

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