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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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RAdm. '_ ):(_1.__ ..., ( ," .. of F1A HISTORY ., .
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Jax-RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr. relinquished his f, (

command of Fleet Air Jacksonville to Capt. Vernon L. "', .' .,'\
Micheel in a formal change-of-command ceremony at '-'";;< .' r.t!
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10:30: a.m. last Friday in Hangar 1000. A 13-gun salute 1 (4 /,

and a flyover by four A7 Corsair II jets hailed his J JJ J

departure.Upon .
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reassignment to Camp Legion of Merit, citing his 'ex t i
H.M. Smith in Hawaii, be will ceptionally meritorious service'
become the deputy chief of staff to his command. Throughout his
for Military Assistance, Logisticsand tenure he was responsible for
Administrations Capt. many improvements in the light
Micheel: his chief of staff here attack aviation community of the
since July 1m, will assume U.S. Atlantic Fleet, and
temporary command of Fleet Air reorganized the aviation safety
Jacksonville until relieved in program here-a move that
July by RAdm. Lawrence R. significantly reduced aircraft 'SING OUT NATTC'-The nationally famed Naval Air Training Command choir from Pensacola,
Geis, former chief of informationfor accidents within his command.An directed by Lt. James E. Lois, will appear here tomorrow for a special performance at the VP-4S
the Navy. active supporter of the local change-of-command at 10 a.m. in Hangar 1000. This unique choir is composed entirely of young men
RAdm. Heyworth had been civilian community and the Navy who are currently Naval Flight students In the Basic Training Command there. The choir has ap-
commander Fleet Air League, RAdm. Heyworth was peared on radio and television shows with Ed Sullivan, Johnny Carson and the 'Tonight Show'and the
Jacksonville since November also credited for his contributionsto Mike Douglas Show. Tomorrow, Cdr. C.F. Cook Is to relieve Cdr. S.J. McArdle Jr. as commanding
1969, a command which en- the Navy community through a officer of VP-45.
compasses Mayport Naval new housing project to alleviatethe
Station, NAS Jax, Cecil Field, enlisted housing shortage In
Key West and Albany Ga.; and the Jacksonville area. Another
includes more than 50,000 achievement was his expanded
Navymen and civilian em people-to-people program
ployees. whereby military families can
During the change-of- expect greater personal attentionand T
command, he received the benefits than before.

Family Night RAdm. Heyworth told military VOL. 29 NO. 12 'Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville, Florida/ JUNE 10, 1971

guests and civic leaders at-

Hawaiian Special that tending much the of ceremony the credit Friday for In- NAS Hosts Second

corporating many of the 'new andexciting' Jax
Jax-Galley One's Family changes in Navy life
Night chefs will bring military into the FairJax community
. personnel and their guests a should go to the officers and
'
special Hawaiian-style dinner enlisted personnel of his com- Summer Youth Camp HereJaxThirty
Wednesday from 5 to 6:30: p.m. mand.
While they do not promiseany 'In these days when the
fish and poi, their meal military has come under In- Jacksonville area boys will arrive aboard the air station Mondayto
should present a variety of creased criticism at home and enjoy a week of summer activities as the station begins its second year as host

traditional tropical island foods. aboard, I can think of no other for a 10-week summer camp for deserving youths.The .
Make your reservations for way in,which an individual can
station is serving as the
thanMonday
Family Night no later,
show greater moral and physical to tour their facilities. hosted Marine Barracks-an
by calling Ext. 3202 or camp site for the youth camp portunity by
3257. Price is 55 cents for courage than' to be a member of program which is being spon- On Tuesdays, the boys will tour event which drew favorable
enlistees ComRats 65 cents the military he said. sored and funded by Neal Tyler one of the ships at Naval Station response from the teens last
on ,
'It takes the best kind of man or and afternoonfor Marine officials will
and Schlitz Com-
the an
Brewing Mayport spend year.
for adult guests and 30 cents for
children 12 years and under. woman to be willing to make the pany through its nation-wide a picnic and swimming at the present certificiates to those who
All guests must be accompanied necessary sacrifices in order to 'Send a Kid to Camp' Program.The beach there. pass this rigorous test at camp
by their military maintain the strength of our camp is similar to a youthor One addition to the itinerary of graduation ceremonies each
nation..and conviction to go out scout camp with housing, outdoor acitivities will be a Friday afternoon in the Bldg 1
sponsor. and do the job rather than sit on meals, and recreation providedby physical fitness competition Conference Room.
the sidelines and hurl stones.' medical .
with
the station, along -

Split Sweet Hawaiian Pea and Soup Baked Sour Spareribs Ham or attended Approximately the event at 250 the station's guests and Each dental week checkups.through August 20, I FLAG DAY JUNE I

Tossed Green Rice patrol squadron complex. VAdm. approximately 30 teenage boys nth
Candid Sweet Potatoes Robert L.Townsend, commander from local disadvantaged homes
Seasoned Pineapple Green Sauce Beans Naval Air Force, Atlantic Fleet, will live aboard the station from Heraldy I I. as old a* the human race, and the carrying of banners has
Buttered Corn and immediate superior to the Monday morning through Friday been the habit of nations since the beginning of time.It .
Salads Fleet Air Commander, was the afternoon. The boys, their camp is most natural that America should have had its colonIal flags as
Hawaiian Pineapple Fruit Upside Punch Down Cake principal speaker at the director and three counselors will soon as the first colonists settled. And it is not surprising that those
.ceremony. be housed in Barracks 710. flags should have been created In a wide variety.The .
Those who are nominated to Dutch brought their own striped flags when they settled In New
attend camp here will be Amsterdam, which we now call New York, and pioneers from other
New Station Bus Stop screened beforehand by the nations also brought along the standards of their countries when they
Jacksonville Child Services settled on our shores.

I ',,:" >'$" ; Department, who will make sure The British flag, under which the English colonization of Americawas
,J' : ?:. '., those attending will benefit most effected remained the flag of the colonists for more than a
:.,,,,::1("""'" ','", '0" .' < from the program. hundred years and Is therefore special significance to our country in
.. While here, they will par- the evolution of our national flag.
ticipate in a planned program of ? Our separation from the mother country came gradually and it was
k activities under the supervision,,.,, only by degrees that the union flag of Great Britain was discarded.The .
of counselors hired by Neal Tyler final breach between the Colonies and Great Britain brought
7Al and Sons, Inc. about the removal of the union from the canton of our striped flag and
< r. Many station activities-, the substitution of stars In a blue field.
N A
including Weather Recon- Back In the days of the Revolution there were colonial or regimental
naissance Squadron Four, Fleet, flags by the score. While the pine tree was a popular design, there
Weather Facility, Air Operationsand were numerous other symbols, such as beavers anchors and rattlesnakes -
the 679th Radar Squadronwill or combinations of these symbols with appropriate
extend the boys an op- slogans.The' .
'. 4 Stars and Stripes was created June 14, 1777 when the Con-
,__ '-_-_'H_ ....-- tinental Congress resolved: 'That the flag of the 13 United States be 13
What's Inside? stripes, alternate red and white: that the union be 13 stars, white In a
air-conditioned and will have
Here is the artist's conceptionof '
blue field representing a new constellation.
the station's new commercialbus restroom and lounge facilities. It
wa.frat
General Washington, when the Star-Spangled Banner
stop to be built as soon as is being built In conjunction with Classified Ads Page 11 flown by the Continental Army, is reputed to have described its
possible at the main gate by the the newly established Joint symbolism as follows: 'We take the stars from heaven the red fromour
State of Florida. As planned, the Military Bus Ticket Office as a thus
Club Schedules Page 2 mother country, separating It by white stripes, showing that
bus station will be turned over to convenience to station personnel.As .
we have separated from her and the white stripes shall go down to
the Navy for maintenance and anticipated, Greyhound is to '
posterity representing liberty.
upkeep when finished. Accordingto make regular stops here for Menu Page 2 and
Americans around the globe especially servicemen women-
Public Works Director of northbound and southbound runs will be honoring Old Glory on its 195th anniversary Monday. The Stars
Engineering Arthur Douglas, the and tours to various cities and Movies" Page 11
and Stripes tilt! represents a land of liberty and our armed forces are
2720 sq. ft. building is estimatedat attractions throughout Florida there to Insure It stays that way. (AFPS Editorial)
a cost of $40,000 will be fully should be Initiated in the future. Sports Page 14,15



"Published by the Holt Publishing Company whkh is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained herein are not official expressions of the

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

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ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY' TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
June 15 June 16
June 10 June 11 June 12 June 13 June 14
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Phil Cay
and the Guiding. Lorenzo Four
Pirates Light and his of
Phil Cay Chancels America's The
and the & Children Soul Clubs
3 Dark Entry t
Cove Chantels Kalmars Floor Three's A Treatment
Crowd '
Show (comedy)


Dark Entry

Noon Special Go-Go Girls

A cey-D ucey Comedy Floor Tommy'C' The Tommy'C' Noon Ham Special Steak Beef Liver Happy Hour
4:30-6p'm.:
Show and the Goodtlmers and the '
Club The K a mars Seminoles Seminoles a
Go-Go Girls




Hour Golden
Happy
CPO Ladles NIght Honey Glazed FrIed Hour
The Four JImmy :30.6:30.: : p.m. Happy
Ladles DrInk StrIckland Ham with Yams Chicken! ::30.6:30p.m.:
at Reduced of
Club $1.75
Prices Clubs Flag Day 11.45



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VP-45 Change
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of Command
Officers Beefeaters 8 The. Sunday ;. : Buffetand italian

Club Night Comedy Show Floor Clubsmen Buffet .CLOSED :: Ala Cart NIght


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Pirates CPO Officers Acey-Ducey Support

Cove Club Club Club Jl&JWlWEEKDAYS

Monday thru Thur

11 I.m. to MIdnIght Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday a Saturday Your
FrIday 11 a.m. to MidnIght 11 a.m to 1 a."'!.
Tuesday thru FrIday
11 a.m. to 2 a.m. FrIday & Saturday lla.m.to Sunday GALLEY NO. It Breakfast to 7:30: a.m. Dinner a.m. to 1 p.m. SuppeM
to 5:30 Sandwich line served at dinner
p.m. only.
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Noon to MidnIght
9 a.m. to 2 I.m. Saturday 6 Sunday GALLEY NO. 3: Breakfast.S:30: to 7 a.m.; Dlnner-11 a.m. to 12:30: pm.
1 p.m to Monday thru Thur Chub Supper-5 to 6:15: p.m. Sandwich line open In Wings 5 and 6 at dinner only. .
Sunday WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
9 I.m. to Midnight 11 a.m to Midnight BOTH GALLEYS Early Breakfast.6:30: to 8:30 a.m.; Brunch-9:30: a.m. to
12:30: p.m. SuppeM to 5:30: p.m.
M COMRATS prices: Breakfast cents Dinner and Brunch-70 cents Supper
cents.The followIng menu Is served at both galleys.

Teen Club HappeningsJax i ur. rrwrQdOa

Friday,June 11BREAKFAST..Homlny Roast of Beef Natural Gravy,
results of last Friday's elections are: Edith .French, Grits Scalloped Potatoes Buttered Spinach,
president; Denise Johnson, vice president;Jean Wolfarth, secretary ff Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order, Cream Style Corn Blueberry Pie.
and Grilled French Toast with Maple SANDWICH LiNE-Grilled Hamburgers
treasurer; Matt Eagerton and Ron Brooks, sergeants-at-arms.
Syrup, Home Fried Potatoes, or Cheeseburgers.
Tomorrow night there will be a dance with music provided by the mwPROTESTANT Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted Danish SU PP E Spaghettl with Italian
U.S.A.T.N.T. Admission will be 50 cents for members and 75 cents for V Pastry. Meat Sauce, & Meatballs, Pizza Pie,
guests. DINNER-Oyster Stew Deep Fat Toasted Cuban Sticks, Parmesan
Tuesday evening there will be Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf Cheese Broccoli Spears, Seasoned
a swimming party at the CPO Pool
Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy, Baked Green Peas, Blueberry Pie.
from 6:30: to 9:30.: This gala event will be for members only, and will Macaroni with Cheese and Tomato,
include free refreshments and dancing. Boiled Pinto Beans Buttered Brussels Tuesday June 15BREAKFASTCooked

June 18 will feature a big end of school dance with music by the Sprouts Banana Cake with Vanilla Chilled Tomato Juice Fried Farina Eggs to, .

Dark Entry. Admission to this event will be $1 for members and $1.25 Icing.SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheeseor Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash, Soft-

for guests. w --,...?.... __ ,.. Y NAVAL AIR STATION Grilled Hamburgers. Hard Cooked Eggs Choice of Bacon or
."1 7'S" SUNDAY SUPPER-Ginger Pot Roast of Beef Ham, Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted
,
'.",.,, Natural Gravy, Franconla Potatoes, Cake Doughnuts.
; Holy ,Communion-8:30: a.m. at Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered June Peas, DINNER-Cream of Tomato Soup,

All Saints Chapel. Church Schoolall Banana Cake with. Vanilla Icing. .Chicken Potatoes Cacciatore Hot Baking, Snowflaked Powder

( ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel Saturday,JuneUBREAKFAST..Homlny Biscuits, Cranberry Sauce Okra &
SAVE WITH Annex. Divine Worship 10:30: at Grits Tomato Gumbo, Seasoned Green
All Saints' Chapel. Chilled Pineapple,Juice, Fried Eggsto Beans,' Yellow Pound Cake.
Order, Grilled French Toast with SANDWICH LINE-Variety Meat
',i* VINGS BONDS Youth ,Worship (Jr. and Sr. Maple Syrup, Home Fried Potatoes, Sandwich or Grilled Cheese.
High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- Creamed Dried Beef. Assorted. Danish SUPPER-Baked Veal Loaf, Brown
r nex. Junior and senior youth Pastry. > Gravy; Buttered Egg Noodles,
I' e? BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Hot Seasoned Greens Boiled Pinto Beans,
*
ttrc t S Fellowship-1:30: at Bldg. 722.
I IryrOU p.m. Roast Pork Sandwiches, or Breakfast Yellow Pound Cake.Wednesday.
Evening Worship-:30: p.m. at Meats, French Fried Potatoes, Chilled
small Chapel. Apple Sauce, Baked Beans, Assorted
Cake Doughnuts, Peach Shortcakewith
Tuesday
,June U
Senior Choir-Rehearsal-7 p.m. Whipped Topping. BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried
SANDWICH LINE-Sloppy Joes on Eggs to Order,'Minced Beef Toast,
on
= at Bldg.750 and Christian Science Hamburger Bun or Grilled Ham and Hash of
Browned Potatoes Choice
Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. Cheese Sandwiches. Luncheon Meat or Pork Butts
NAVAL HOSPITAL SUPPER-Tomato Vegetable Soup, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.DINNER..Vegetable .
Divine Barbecued Chicken, Barbecue Sauce Pan
Soup
Worship-10 a.m.
Mashed
Potatoes
Cranberry Sauce,
e,'' The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NATTC Seasoned Carrots, Southern Style Roast of Pork Loin, Brown Gravy,
Snowflaked Potatoes, Mashed Sweet
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Divine Worship-ll a.m. at Greens, Peach Shortcake with Potatoes, Apple Sauce Seasoned

: Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Bldg. 500. Whipped Topping. Lima Beans, Buttered Corn on the
1 private firm. All Copy submitted for use lithe JAX AIR NEWS Cob, Banana Cream Pie with Topping.

;. must be forwarded to the Public Affairs,Office Box 2, NAS CATHOLIC BREAKFAST-Hot Sunday,June Oatmeal) Fried SANDWICH LiNE-Variety Meat
Sandwich
Grilled Cheese.
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St. Eggs to Order Grilled Hot Cakes with SUPPER-Beef or Sukiyaki or Fried

r 1;:! items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Maple Syrup Choice of Bacon or Liver and Onions, Steamed Rice,

f ., 3119. p.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Assorted Ham, Cottage Danish Fried Potatoes, Pickled Beets, Buttered June Peas,
Pastry.
t' Monday-ll a.m. Tuesday through BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Banana Cream Pie with. !Topping.
,f'. "Everything advertised in this publication must be made Friday-ll:30: a.m. Saturday Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham

available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race, Confession 10:30: and 11:15: a.m. burgers, French Fried Potatoes, Thursday,June17BREAKFAST..Homlny Grits,

creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Baked Pastry,Pork Strawberry& Beans,Assorted Shortcake Danish with Chilled Grapefruit Juice Fried Eggsto

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal NA TIC Whipped Topping.SUPPERCream. Order, Grilled Pineapple Hot Cakes
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. Bldg. of Potato Soup with Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or
,
advertising from that source." I 500. Country Fried Steak Brown Gravy, Bacon, or Baked Pork & Beans
Whipped Potatoes, Boiled Navy Assorted Danish Pastry.DINNERTomato .
Beans, Buttered Mixed Vegetables Rice Soup, Cold
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Strawberry Shortcake with Whipped Platter of Sliced Ham, Bologna,
concerning such should be directed to: Topping. Salami, Luncheon Meat Cheddar
Cheese, Cold Potato Salad Hot Baked
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Beans,. Chilled Tomatoes Blueberry
1&;.. Monday June 14 Pie. '
,' 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 BREAKFAST-HomIny Grits,'Fried SANDWICH LINE-Grllled Ham 4
An insurance states that Eggs to Order,
! paper French Toast with Cheese or Tuna' Salad Sandwiches.
Telephone 388-2755 for everyman 85 years old, there Maple Syrup, Choice of Pork Sausage SUPPER-SwIss Steak with Tomato
are seven women. But then it's or Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork A Sauce Whipped Potatoes Club
VOL. 29 NO. 12 JUNE 10, 1971 Beans Pecan Rolls.
Mixed Vegetables
too late. Spinach Buttered
DINNER-Cheese
I Soup Yankee Pot Blueberry Pie.

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Letters to the EditorDear DERWAY-The HURRICANE Hurricane SEASON Hunters IS UN-of

VW-4 Crew Two are the first squadron
detachment to take up temporary
residence at the Naval Station
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico duringthe
Sir: as I love. God hath not promisedskies 171 hurricane season which
lam a retired ISgt and totally always blue, flower strewn started commander earlier, Lt.this'Skip'month.McAlexanderand Aircraft
disabled. I cannot work, and as a pathways all our lives through.God his crew will fly regular reconnaissance
means of therapy and a hobby, I hath not promised sun flights every other day
have taken to collecting military without rain, joy without sorrow, R from Puerto Rico to seek out storm
I patches (shoulder, pocket, and peace without pain; but God hath activity the season and pounce when on she the first rears'lady'of her
; cap), medals, grade insignia, promised strength for the day, violent head.Professor.
f : distinctive unit insignia or crests, rest for the labor, light for the

I badges, wings, stripes, and other way, Grace for the trials, help .. .
military items. I would appreciate from above, unfailing sympathyand : 'What is the out
knowing if it is possibleto undying love. standing contribution that
obtain any of the above from Shirts Out chemistry has given the world
Hang
units of your command.It is Repectfully, Student: 'Blondes.'
possible that some members of Arthur L.Jenkins f
your command have patches of 2507 Spirea St.,JacksonvilleEditor's
present and former units (new or On Navy
used) that they would be willingto note: Arthur Jenkins was DungareesJaxThe
part with. lanltor for the Public Works Depart
merit here, and retired alter more
new working uniform The previous guidance requiringthe
30 of service.
than years
Harold Cook ISgt.,Ret.USA) has caused some confusion shirt to be worn inside is now
10926-87th Avenue North among the men wearing it. Some cancelled. There will also be a
Seminole,Fla. 33540 wore the shirt outside the change incorporated in the U.S.
SEE OUR
MilitaryPaydays trousers while others wore it Navy Uniform Regulations.
inside. Now, the confusion is \
To My Fellow Workers and over. Since the shirt is to be worn AD ON PAGE 12.
Friends: : The Chief of Naval Operations, outside, Adm. Zumwalt believesthe
I am retiring Friday, which Adm. E.R. Zumwalt, states that outfit will be more com
will be my last day riding with the new working uniform shirt is fortable, cooler, and have a
you all. So I take great pleasurein to be worn outside the trousers. neater appearance.
writing this note to let you all Jax-Military paydays for the
know how much I have.enjoyed second half of the calendar yearof ---
myself with you all. 1971 are as follows:
It was a hard and long decisionfor
me to make in leaving 15 July 15 October
because I love you all. I want to 30 July 29 October
thank you all for the respect and 13 August 15 November
intelligence youhave shown to me 30 August 30 November
..
and had for me. My farewell 15 September 15 December ,. '
address to you is like Christ's 30 September 30 December
farewell address to his 12
disciples.'Love one to another All paydays will include pay for
15 days. The number before \gB .
the date indicates the days that ho O ce t
flight 'pay will be received vc

ryvr provided flight certificates are n :I'
p received at the Navy Finance, bath Prd coR 0 t ben,c ce Dvd
Office at least four working days v FDA'A ,J...... -
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before payday. Officer and n ses at GS .. .
enlisted men under permanent a eag,y ____t
Complete Line at DIFOT orders will receive flight g>> 0c ,4'II'
t'<
'DN _
PARTS a SUPPLIES pay at the same time as basic etr M ta
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pay. aMpK
? Special Service Discount

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') Kudos For VA-174 Fishing Contest In. MemorandumFor


r) Attack Squadron duties were performed as well as WinnersNAS comrades let us not view the hours lost,
I"\ Four recently held meritorious his military conduct: and ap Cecil ... The grand That shrouds the gentle light ol day,
] ceremonies in which Sailor of the pearance. opening of Cecil Field's Lake marching
] Month and Plane Captain of the Fretwell and Lake Newman was For they are bills, strong a play.
the purple
I Up
Month were recognized for held last Saturday.The of those,
outstanding achievement Cecil Field Rod&Gun Club But let us be quick to reminisce pen,
ADJ2 R.E. Cornelius was sponsored a fishing contest and Whose names flowed WJtol charter,
I" selected Sailor of the Month for presented rod and reel com Fell and dried upon the the strong hands of men.
written by
the winners. The As immortal history,
!, v April, for his outstanding per. blnations to
] formance while attached to the winners at Lake Fretwell were, For the greatest of praise must flow,
for heaviest fish rush of undying sea,
Line Division as a Adult division With the
Troubleshooter. Petty Officer Vernon Hamner with a 4ft pound Casting gentle sprays of honor,
, Cornelius received a letter of largemouth bass,and Jim KnightIn Upon those, we now in memory see.
,I commendation and a squadron the children's division with a For works of honor, show great virtue,
, plaque. three-fourths pound largemouthbass. And warrant a faithful reply from the beast, .
(, AT3 A.C. Wierzbicki was At Lake Newman the For the laws of humanity will not shine,
selected as Plane Captain of the winners were, lit place, Debbie If their golden powers are half-exprest
Month for April. Plane Captainsare Spang with a 16tt inch channel For truth is truth,beyond all that is lost, ....
chosen on the basis of .. catfish, second place, David As is life,that has been dimmed with common grief,
evaluations submitted after each t Leliosit! with a 16 inch channel But the prosperous labors of these comrades great,
flight by the 110 squadron pilots. 1f" catfish and third place went to Warm the hearts of those,who deserve life's sweet relief.
Included in the evaluations is bow r, M sAD Heston Riley with a 15 inch 'cat'Over So let us commemorate living memory,these patriots,

''. .ot\-. "':' ..,'. ... -- 100 people attended entered the Spurred, by a great nation heroic deed, .
opening,, with 63 persons Who crossed the great expanse of waters,
Il R.E. Csrns l.s ta the flaga contest
t k"1': To fight the waring tempest for freedom;A nation's creed
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Lost the flush of youthful cheek and sterner tear,
nlOuan Made the supreme sacrifice for God and country,
Crossed the bridge where life and death appear.

Where the eternal spirit and soul awaits,
The breaking dawn that streaks the sky afar,
()';//Ia.'I Where the call for honor was answered, '..
On the battlefield,amid,the terrible clouds of war.
i, Where the splendid spirit of an entire nation,
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And those who rush on with undying strength,
Along the hills, painted by autumn's brownest hue,
Mark the pathway to honor, amidst immortal scenes,
Where the solemn hour of glory rests,under heavens vault of blue.


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MARTD Recruiter Wins Chief Boosts

I SI. NATTC ReUpsJaxFrom

Award of Excellence
1969 through 1970,
the first term reenlistment rate
Jax-GySgt. George T. Perry, the entire state of Florida and 16 at NATTCenter has grown from
recruiter for the Marino Air counties In southern Georgia. His four to 25 percent. This spec-
Reserve Training Detachmenthere monthly recruiting quota Is nine tacular rise can be traced
was one of nine recruitersin enlistments five new enlistees directly to PNC Robert W. Kelly,
the Nation to receive the and four prior service enlistees. I. command career councelor: who
Marine Air Reserve Recruiter t was recently honored with the
He travels his district
Award of Excellence.The Navy Achievement Medal,
award, issued by the throughout the year 'when it's John R.
presented by Capt.
necessary' to fulfull his quotas.
Commanding General, 4th
\ Kennedy, NATTC commanding
Marine Aircraft Wing and However, once every three officer.
months he makes his regular '
Marine Air Reserve '
Training
In a citation praising his
Command, Glenview, Ill, was rounds. His recruiting messagesare \ Mil performance, Chief Kelly was
heard on 43 radio stations in
given to GySgt. Perry for commended for his 'thorough
the twostatesand nine television
meeting or exceeding enlistment stations in Florida. He malls REUP ANYONET-PNC Robert W. Kelley must have a definite briefing of division career
quotas during the first three more t than 400 personal letters talent for getting men at NATTC to reenlist. For his spectacular counselors and class advisors,
months of this year. each month tq prospective achievement he I I. congratulated by Capt.John E. Kennedy, NATTC personal presentations, personal
This is the first such award Commanding Officer.Motivation. involvement, and motivation of
Marines.
GySgt. Perry has received since others involved in the program

joining the Jacksonville.Detach- The unit itself', he said, 'Is my (which) resulted in an ex
ment two years ago.lle received most important aid in recruiting. Team Seeks ceptionally high percentage of
seven similar awards while on Th re'i a type of 'chain reaction Class 'A' School graduates
recruiting duty In New York response' to' word-of-mouth ad- obligating for six years to par
before this assignment.. vertising from the, members of More Seal VolunteersJaxThe ticipate in the accelerated ad
Working alone, his area of the unit. vancement program.'
recruiting responsibility, covers A Navy veteran of 18 years,
He also stresses that,the unit legendary Un- study and there is much physical Chief Kelley hails from Spokane,
sells Itself with its own activity.He derwater Demolition Team needs work and play. Wash.lie was first stationed hereIn
:does have the advantage of men of the highest qualities of Since World War II, detach- October 1963 as supervisor of
recruiting for the only Marine Air physical endurance: emotional ments of the UDT conducted the NATTC Transfer Section. He
Reserve Squadron in Florida- stability, aggressiveness and the missions and trained in waters returned here the second time in
Marine Attack Squadron (VMA) ability to 'hack it.' ranging from both polar regionsto December 1969 following cruises
142. On June 16 and 17, a UDT- seas bordering every con- aboard the USS Albany and the
'This unit is active tallying,' he SEAL motivation team will be tinent. USS Luce.
said, 'so there's lots of work in here at NAS to inform and screen
supporting the pilots. In other interested volunteers for the
SEE OUR words', lIe concluded, 'as an air much needed and admired team.
reservist here you're not just The meetings will be held at '
present for the monthly NATTC's King Hall at 4 p.m. Cut moving costs
AD ON PAGE 12. meetings, but you're actually Wednesday and at the station
doing something constructive.' theatre at 4 p.m. Thursday.The Move-It-yourself one-way or local
Although GySgt Perry takes requirements are rigid and L in a Ryder One-Way rental truck A.
his recruiting assignment the training is hard. Officers and AENi
seriously, he still finds time for enlisted men alike go through 26
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Answers to

Outstanding Girl Scout r .asked the most questions frequently


Selected to Visit PeruJax 4rT alt efl


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There once was a time Peruvian Girl Guide House, and :
when the furthest place a Girl their expenses will be sponsoredby _!Sr,.._...
Scout could hope to venture was the Juliet Lowe World

probably a camping site just a Friendship Club. What Is Marijuana?
few miles from her home. But Donna is the daughter of AMHC &lTy Marijuana is Indian hemp

today that situation has changed, and Mrs. Luers of Orange Park. : .(Cannabis sativa). The parts
as in the case of 17-year-old Of 56 Girl Scouts who competed with the highest tetrahydrocan-
Donna G. Lucre who will departfor for this year's International nabinol (THC) content are the
Lima, Peru, this month to Opportunity Program, Donna flowering tops of the plant. The
participate In the Girl Scouts and five others were chosen. leaves have a smaller amount.
I i1 The stalks and seeds have littleor
Each contestant carefully
International Opportunity was none. TIIC is believed to be
Program.On interviewed before the decisions the active ingredient in mari
Sunday,June 27, Donna and were made. fly juana. Many other compoundsare
three other selected Girl Scouts This will not be the first time present in marijuana, but
will board a commercial plane at that Donna has had the privilegeof tit they do not produce the mental
Kennedy Airport and fly to Peru representing the Girl Scouts effects of the drug.

where they will spend three outside her home town. Last year it
months touring, sightseeing and she traveled to Savannah, Ga., to Does Marijuana; Vary In
making new friends. Their home serve as a museum guide at the Strength
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during that time will be the birthplace of Juliet Lowe, Yea. Some marihuana may
CkM and Mrt. UlrifM
founder of the Girl Scouts produce no effect whatsoever. A
association., small amount of strong mari

In a few days, Donna will Married Reservists Aid fects.juana The may THC produce content marked of the ef

graduate from Orange Park High plant determines its mind-alter.
School,where she has been editor ing activity, and this varies
of the school's literary magazine. from none to more than 2 percent
Jax Project TransitionJaxFor THC. Because THC is
Her plans after she returns from
somewhat unstable, its contentin
Peru are to attend the Florida
lime
marijuana decreases as
Technological University in

Orlando where she will major in many Navy families, plicants, making recommendations passes.The plant that grows wild in
.
English Education..JtaODei. and assisting is low in THC
\ active duty tours often mean the United States
lonely periods of separation, but separating servicemen who wishto content compared to cultivated
k-
s for YNC John LeBright and his start a new career. Lebanese marijuana, ,or or Indian the varieties.Mexican,
.
: r wife, YN1 Mary LeBright Chief and Mrs. LeBright first Climate, soil conditions, the time
LET mars HAIR OOWN'GIVE N 1 (USNR), the tours are an opportunity met at Floyd Bennet Field, New of harvesting and other factors
ME SOME SPAS lI to work together for the determine the potency.
York in 1959, during a
PflOMIfiETO SCREEN Navy and the Nation. Reserve weekend session. Three
THEM ALL// Just recently the couple later they were married What Is Hashish?
years
completed two weeks annual and now their combined total of Hashish (hash) is the dark
training duty at the Project federal service is 48 years. brown resin that is collected
Transition Office here. Concerning from the tops of potent Can
Donna Luers this assignment, they Presently their home is in New nabis saliva. It is at least five

said,'Project Transition is a very York where they own and operatea times stronger than marijuana.
strong program aimed at business organization. All Since it is stronger, the effecton
the is more
counseling and assisting aspects of aircraft and flying holda intense,user and the naturally possibility of

!'9e'!\ separating servicemen and great appeal for this unique side effects is greater.

!.!...i&.. women to successfully make the couple.
,.....
/ :;::::: often difficult changeover from Is Marijuana An Addicting
When asked whether or not
military service to a civilian Drug 7Marijuana
they felt being in the Navy
career.
does not lead to
Frequently, but not always, the together was a good influence on physical dependence. Therefore,
SEE OUR I LeBrights spend their annual marriage, they replied: 'It it cannot be considered addict
training sessions together.Thisyear depends on the individuals involved ing. Chronic users become
they requested Jax Project and whether they joinedthe psychologically dependent upon
AD ON PAGE 12. Transition and were particulary Navy before or after they the elfecis ot marijuana. Tnus,
pleased when they rceived it. met. Another consideration is if it is classified as' habituating.The .
fact that drug is not addicting
Their job here included interviewing they are in the active duty orreserve has little a relationshipto

and counseling ap- forces. its potential for harm, since
dependence, whether psychological -
or physical, is a serious
1 matter.


Is Marijuana A Stimulant Or A
Depressant
TIIE p Because it affects the individ
ual's self control, the effects of
marijuana vary so widely thatit
can be either a stimulant or
seowsslswitcoMis ] a depressant. THC is a strong
iii hallucinogen with some sedative
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Here's a coast to coast 286-mile settlement in Florida. The Chief Billie Bowlegs here, ending e
: auto safari you can take. It's a METHODIST CHURCH here is the first Seminole War. You won't '> '' ''' $ 1
winding jaunt from metropolitan the oldest churdh building in the see any Indians now, except in : ; $,
Jacksonville on the Atlantic to former Methodist Episcopal your imagination. But the LsfttI 1 driveyou
;
the picturesque fishing village of Church. Beyond is MIKE ROESS brooding hammocks and cabbage
Steinhatchee on the Gulf of GOLD HEAD BRANCH STATE swamps fanning out on either
Mexico. At points In between PARK veined with lovely side of the road have changed but
you'll see Inland Florida at its nature trails and a white beachon little since the days of 'Old can
best. You may start from any Hickory.'Stay on U.S. 19 and 98 to
point, or... Lake Johnson. Now throughthe Route 358, where you .. turn left mm
little village of Keystone
START south from Jackson- and follow it across the
Heights for seven miles whereyw'll Steinhatchee River to Route 51 1TLt1iThTRa&
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ville on Route 21 to Middleburg,
the site of the second oldest turn west at Melrose on where you again turn left to...
Route .
26 to. 145m. STEfNHATCHEE. One

75m GAINESVILLE. Its of the most charming fishing #
heartbeat is the UNIVERSITYOF hamlets in the state and the
FLORIDA, pulsing on a 2,000- most peaceful. There are no town !
acre campus. Look in on the officials, no police department,
FLORIDA STATE MUSEUM for no firemen. Its 800 or so citizens
some unusual Indian artifacts, an make their living by net and by
array of mounted Florida birds hook and line, and their fortunes
and relics of the.state's. early rise and fall, Udelike, with the
SEE OUR history. Moving west now on market for sea trout or red fish, Nuww I$: 44ciquf'l; ; JacksonvilleFOSTER
Route 26, you'll soon dead end on An independent lot, they feel H
U.S. 19 and 98 which leads you with some justification that
AD ON PAGE 12. across the fabled Suwannee there is the best of all possible oMrnnm, ,
,River to... lives. Where else could one live f Ulu N nalc wNalKuq ,
f! 117m. OLD TOWN. Gen. Andrew in a ruggedly beautiful setting M.p Mdd1.Nw
Jackson met and whipped with a winding river running
fi through their homesteads downto u
the sea? Reluctantly leavingthe
unincorporated little village,
we head north on Route 51. You'll Ngblw NI. :u.nz
.
have miles and miles of bucolic
scenery and very little else, Including '
.....
a-"a"
-'-
passing motorists. Check Calnesvipe
w
it's than milesto t I"M Nyq.....Nrnl..
your gas, more 30 kw 1111011I 8 e4Nw.
IN .... ..,.
It 10 III Nr rw
Mayo, the nearest town. A ."....---
couple of miles beyond Mayo
you'll come to the Suwannee
River again; there's a nice little MEMORIAL PARK. Its south to...
roadside park on its banks for a 243 acres are bordered partiallyby 226m. LAKE CITY. It's well
l l/ .i.' '. ./r,i oj; ;r4. : A x>, 's < stretch of the legs and then on to won't want to miss the Old South city. Before the comingof
LL"r' Live Oak,where you head east on STEPHEN FOSTER MUSEUM white man, it was an Indian
Route 136 yo... with its three dimensional village; the redmen called it
213m. WHITE SPRINGS. Now animated dioramas depicting the Alligator, and it probably was an
you're back on the famous composer's famous songs. The apt designation from their
Suwannee River, on the north museum also contains other standpoint, too.Take U.S. 90 east
r -l bank. There's a health resort relics from the composer's era: to...
__ here with sulphur springs flowing Old and very elegant pianos, OLUSTEE BATTLEFIELD
32,420 gallons a minute. The original manuscripts, and an HISTORIC MEMORIAL. It l
k'4 springs were considered sacred historical doll collection. There'sa marks the site of the largest
by the Indians; braves from the 200-foot CARILLON TOWER, battle of the War Between the
wars limped here to recuperateand with one of the world's largestsets States fought In Florida. Union
were taboo as targets. The of tubular bells; you may forces were soundly defeated.
water is used in modern times for hear carillon recitals daily. If you Stay on U.S. 90 through the
the treatment of arthritis and have time, take a sightseeing tripon little towns of Glen Saint Mary,
rheumatism. the Suwannee aboard a replicaof Macclenny (home of a showcaseof I
an early riverboat. Switch a mental institution), Baldwin :
Nearby is the STEPHEN routes at White Springs to U.S. 41 (some pretty dairy farms along

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Eases ';::,J.jj,"' :: : ( ;,--;- ';'}:" 't ..
VA Home ,
Loan PoliciesOdell t\ .,f f .f'r. l/'o- ,;,;,, 'i
__ ,n. ,I ,, '
'.' +\ r ...1 ..
Vaughn, director of the result of the latest reduction '!i, ftT
VA Regional Office in St. programs. ; .
payments on a typical loan would
VA
of the
revealed that one
Petersburg, recapitulated be about$21 per month less than newest job-training plans is being

veterans eligibility seeking requirements VA loans under for reduced they were from before the peak the rate 8.5 was per. worked out Register with the IndependentCash Dealers :: : FACY DUCEY CLUB

the new and exisiting laws. First, cent last December. Association. This is to train ,
he said, the deadline has been For further information ( '
abolished. There is no longer any veterans should contact the repairmen. > ". fi
IT'S TIlt
time limitation on when an nearest VA office or their local Association secretary. '
eligible veteran must use up his service organization represen treasurer Stanley llayman said
entitlement. tative. the Industry could employ 500 to >r, i: \
Mobile Home Loans 1,000 repairmen a year In the 225 .t Kal mars'
For the first time in it historythe On-The-Job Training cities where its members do O
VA is now able to guarantee business. .
loans on mobile homes. The Employers have been urged to ".,.
maximum rate of interest that Administrator Johnson cited a 1EST .
develop G.I. Bill on-the-job yAV1! ,;:
program sponsored by the Environmental -
can be charged on them in 10.75 training opportunities for
percent About 20,000 veteransare returning veterans. Protection Agnecy
expected to buy mobile Mr. Vaughn noted that in as an example of how veterans UtllLp ,..
under this law are being trained in areas of
homes new duringthe Florida approximately 2,883 public need. ;
first year of the program. veterans are currently taking on-
lie noted p
too that the '
Two-thirds of the loans will the-job training and that 6,000 Ntss "
Defense
Department of
probably be granted to recently have taken apprenticeship or allows servicemen to now 6@
discharged veterans. Thirty per OJT since this program began in training for various occupations begin
cent of the loan,up to amaximum October 1967.
during their last six months of
of $10,000 may be guaranteed by On the national level Administrator military service. Last year, 30

VA.A of Veterans Maim servicemen began training as
unique feature of the mobile Donald E. Johnson noted that
waste
water
plant operators as sNow
home loan program is its 'self- approximately 100,000 veteransare that program got underway. VA
adjusting mechanism, according currently taking on-the-job paid them after discharge while ,
to Vaughn. Once the loan is paid training, and that 81,400 have they took OJT. This year, the
off, the veteran is again eligiblefor taken apprenticeship or OJT Environmental Protection

a VA loan on a regular house. since the program began. agency has approved 310 servicemen You Can REALLY LIVE'
A married veteran attending Johnson pointed out, however, for ths type of training.
school could, for example, buy a that more jobs and training When they begin job-training
mobile home for his family opportunities are needed,and one veterans receive from their
residence. Once he had finished way to provide them is through future employers at least half of
school and entered on a career he employer expansion of OJT the salary of the jobs for which
would be eligible for a regular VA programs. VA pays veterans they are being trained it was
home loan, provided the mobile while they \train on the job. pointed out
home was paid off. Veterans may OJT covers a wide range of In addition VA pays veterans
also buy a unit in a condomlnum occupations Including many in with no dependents $108 the first
under the new law. such areas of public need as six months of OJT; $81 the secondsix
The unused entitlement of health care, welfare, recreation months; $54 the third; and$27
nearly nine million World War II education and pollution control the last six months of training.
and Korean Conflict veterans has he said. The VA chief urged veterans
also been revived.Many veterans VA provides information and interested in OJT to contact
of World War II and the Korean otherwise cooperates with employers potential employers. Employers
Conflict who took out G.I. loans in developing OJT interested in establishing OJT
before May 7, 1968, may have programs but Johnson stressedto programs should contact their
between $5.000 to $8.500 additional employers that veterans may nearest VA office or local
entitlement available to participate only after state- veterans service organization
them due to another Increase in approving agencies have ap- representative for information,
the maximum amount for loan proved their (employers') he said.

purposes.
This maximum amount was
increased from the original$4,000to -
$7,500 in 1951 and In 1968 from T Y 0 1lr
$7,500 to the current$12,000. The
additional loan entitlement would
now be the difference between Nf WfeStaod FINEST cMSAti

$12,500 and the amount used on AVENUE

prior G.I loans. For example: TOYOTA SALES AND SERVICE

A veteran in 1955 obtained an
1971 .
$11,000 home loan of which $6.600
was guaranteed.lie then had $900 w
($7,500-$6,600) entitlement Corolla 1

remaining. But under the current 111
law he would have$5.900 ($12,000- Sedan f

$6.600)remalning.)
i Vaughn also called attention to
i reductions in interest rates under hills
the G.I. loan program. The rate rolling

has been reduced three times I A Ail UPT03JM) ....... .
... ,, '
..., :
since last December and now VlW LIMITED SUPPLY PER GALLON .:'I" .. I. __ _.--Of-J"t.:: .. \\.
stands at seven per cent As a T
.Standard'Equipment 3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES
includes : Reclining Bucket Seals

How to Best White -, -all tifes Wheelcovers Nylon carpets $22,000 $26,000

Your FamilyA Front disc brakes Tint.ed glass VA and FHA FINANCING
Protect Salesman Knoll Drive loam til'pm Daily

A Pilot Life plan provides PRICES THAT CAN'T BE BEAT!
cash to leave your estate debt .and in BELLAIRI!
389-6668
free, and your family with a Come In..or call or 9. ..
comfortable Income. Its the
surest way to secure their H VWKARMANNOHIA.MERCURY Door Sedan.Doubletharo.V 8, Auto. trans., Afr conditioned, Power$"5IS 2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes

steering,Power brakes R&H. Power S7ts: $17,750 to $21,000
54 MERCURY PARKLANE Door Hardtop. V 8 Auto. trans.
Iteerlna brakes,windows and seats.Tinted glass, R&H. OtJM
s VW SEDAN. ,R&H. Sat M ya" Sidewalks and Street Lights
Coal T"\ Nf Convenient to Churches, Schools
67 FORD CORTINA.Low low mileage one owner,like new SWSil s..Ia. I
CHEVYMALIBUJ-DOOR HARDTOP. Auto. trans.6cylinder, R&H. T tf? ; .XJVCU.AI and Shopping Centers
W NAtJo
Beat thlsl
M.OPEL KADETTE FASTBACK.speed R&H. SI07SIV NEAR HAS JAX
CHEVROLET IMPALA Custom Door Hardtop. Fully loaded InCluding and CECIL FIELD
Factory air. *MMit
PONTIAC 4-PASSENGER WAGON. Fully Loaded, with Factory air or.ns.Park
Doublelharp.Was S1S95 reduced to SUM
BRADSHAWLife TOYOTA CORONA 2.Door Hardtop. Auto. trans, R&H. Low mileage Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community!IElELL.A.IEI
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I r' Civil Service Highlights; 'l'lI




At NARF r1
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New Tools Mean Better WorkJaxThe _


Naval Air Rework processing.With now possible for the local Rework
Facility (NARF) Is becoming the addition of newer Facility to do a better, faster, and
even more of a 'can do' outfit items of production equipment to more economical job ol
: then ever before and is thus the NARF's plant inventory and processing workload for Fleet
enhancing its reputation in the with personnel gaining skill in the Aviation units
f area of aircraft components operation of these'new tools' it is Some of these new productiontools i4t
I -- permit NARY to effect
repair on aeronautical com-
1 wIr1 ponents which previously had to I IL
be scrapped because no 'fix'
existed with previous processing
capability.
Using the electron beam
welder, for example, the NARF
people have been able to process
i and save components valued at -.- .... '
more than 1100,000 over the past --SUPPLY- RETIREMENTS-Robert Simpkins and Bryan Wynn (II I

nine months. Without'' this par to R) were presented letttr of appeclation and a plaque by Capt., R.c.
ticular welding equipment the O'Loughlin, the supply department's commanding officer, for their
repair of many items, such as service at the supply department.
magnesium engine casings,
would not be possible.At .
Ii NARF it is recognized that 6 Supply Employees
increased utilization of these new
production equipments can mean
saving to the Navy.
As pointed out by Capt. D.H. Receive Earned Notice

Jleile, NARF's commanding
officer, 'To stay competitive and Department. lie had worked
Jax-Six of the Supply
.. .,
truly serve the Fleet we must Department employees received there since 1946.
'NEW TOOLS'-WaviM A. Shannon, machinist of NARF's Metal remain alert to and even an- earned notice earlier this month.
I Division Welding Shop, points out the positioning of the J52 engine ticipate changes in processes and Two quality step increases were Wynn worked in the Screening
prior to operation of the electron beam welder equipment because of the rapid presented along with two Section and as plant account
advances in industritechnology' sustained superior performances clerk. He also was Supply
to the Naval Air
representatives
awards and two retirements.
Pins Geraldine Bennett and JoanC. Rework Facility (NAF). He has
I NARF Presents to 55 Employees McConney'were H. both been at Supply since 1951.

presented with a letter stating

received their 30 Year Rudolph Wheeler, Willie Jenksin, that they were to receive an increase Clerk Retires
Jax-Flfty-five of the Naval Air ployees Curtis Burdette Grant, Grady in pay by Capt. R.C.
Rework Facility (NARF) emonr Pins. Hughes, John Seibert and James O'Loughlin, the Supply Depart-
Winter George
George ment commanding officer.
McLemore, William Biers, Campbell.More Geraldine Bennett is a After 16 Years
Francis Gill and George Harmon of the 30 year employees management technician GS-5 at
were among the 30 Year pin were Donald Rohweller, William the Supply Department. Joan
receivers. Roy Evans, Charles Pittman, Harlod, Charles, McConney is a secretary Jax-Thelma Wester, a clerical
Reed, Lowell Klein, James Stevens, Ralph McConnaha, (stenography) GS-4 at the Supply worker in the Admin Departmentof
George, Henry Tombler, Willis Edward Duke, William Snead, Department.A the Aviation Ordnance,
U r 11r Cannon, Curtiss Palmore, Robert John Kingsbury, Franklin mobile equipment dispat- School, retired after 16 years of
Winne and Simon Parker were Shepher, Lawrence Burkett, cher, Olin L. Harris, and a stock- Federal Service.
some more of the men. Alonza Gay, Desmond Hatcher, man from the storage branch,
I tI Warren Hendrix, Ras Cherry, Frank Bodziony, Julian Mon Richard McKenlze, both received Capt. John E. Kennedy, the
_. Don McKanna, James Butler, tgomery, Frank Sparatlin, Louie sustained superior performance commanding officer of NATTC,
..... Donald Field, Ernest Tyler and Smith, J.D. Wooten, Elvia awards from Capt. O'Loughlin. presented Mrs. Wester with a
-fIo -- Frank Hrapsky were presented Masters, Robert Brown and Harris's cash award was $150.McKenize's letter of appreciation for her
HOW p ID GIM'm WtltMAH MM tW 30 Year pins too. Others were Orville Anderson. many years of devoted and
WAt |"W*.L N6 WCTfT fVEN GO cash award was for
OVffcltAfli* Elliott Bryant, William Kelly, the same amount. exemplary service to the United
John Sullivan, Ray Nelson, Some of the employees were States Navy in a ceremony
The two
men retiring were
absent last time and
were conducted in the Office.
Captain's
Robert ...
Simpkins and Bryan
awarded this session.
They are She was also honored at a luncheon -
John Barry Harry Wynn. Simpkins worked the
Radvancky,
at the CPO club.
James Knight and Ralph Grins Disposal Branch of the SupplyMlSSAGE

Mrs. Wester, a native of
Hartford, Conn worked about a
A nOM year and a half for the 1st Naval
BE PREPARED!... District in Connecticut.Then sheCame
to NATTC where she
no obligation worked about 2 years with the
a NATTC Reference Library. She
Call 396.5385or72f6919
SouthernAtlanta then went over to the Aviation
Ask for JOE BRACEWELL Ordnance School where she was

...Fora better understandingof doing clerical work in the Admin
yourSOCIALSECURITY Department.
VETERAN BENEFITSalso
LIFE INSURANCE Mrs. Wester resides in the
Jacksonville area and plans to
I, ..JOlt'BJIIACIMD.I.. GULF LIFE ,tackle that much needed paintingto
be done around the house orapend
.
MAJOR U AF, RETIRED INSURANCE COMPANY
some time gardening, her
flowers. She has a daughter and
4:55: pm departure. Stand-by fare four grandchildren.

only $16. Good connections to

Huntsville Meridian

Memphis and St. Louis. NEWEST CONCEPT

IN APARTMENT

See your Base Airline Ticket Officeor LIVING .JrV
1,2 and UBiJrom,1iid2Bitlu l w wso.ci.a
call Southern at 757-2381. \
item,wtd wfarftw*..*ntr.l
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n
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,
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Blue, R&H, WWT, Stock No. 4199.
In exc. cond., Private collection. Hydromatic, PS, AC, $950. Phone 3051 miniature poodle Ruger .357 Mag.
Bargain prices. 2061 Hugh EdwardsDr. or 264-5923. Must sell Going overseas. Call after 5 & on weekends. 786-0489. 69 VW Sedan
(Cedar Hillsanytime $1695
Diamond Blue, AM-FM"Radio, Heater, Stock No. 4955.


"..4:\"t F 'ENTAtS1 &:?,f',,_,1 69 VW Glitterbug $1595'

Blue, Auto Stick Shift, Heater. Stock No. 6446.

HOMEOn : 69 VW Sedan $1895Diamond

private waterfront. Convenient to ; Blue, Air conditioned, R&H, WWT. Stock No. 7839.
NAS & Cecil. 771.2284 after 2. iTc
TWO 67 VW Sedans $1295White

or Blue, Radio & Heater.

WILMAR APTS. 65 VW Sedan $ 995

Air Conditioned, 2-Bedroom, Living
Room, Kitchen, Bkfstnook, parking White, R&H.
space for 2 cars, water, sewage,
garbage, lawn service Furnished- 4' .I 69 VW Squareback $1895
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$120. Unfurnished. plus 4 percent "361", Diamond Blue, R&H, WWT.
sales tax. 3872541. Weekends 389-0744.
TWO 69 Karmann Ghias $1975Sunset

ORANGE PARK R&H.
2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish- /
washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth \ f 68 Karmann Ghia $1795White
Apts., 771.1405 or 771.3355.
Air conditioned, R&H.

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12 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER

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VP-45 Crosses Generation Gap .



Jax-Patrol Squadron 45 among the immaculatelyclad cartoons and other short
out
rounded
held a personnel inspection sailors were many subjects
with a different pre-schoolers, all deckedout 'Childen's Day' at VP-45.

flair. in their Sunday best. Perhaps the day didn'tleave

As always, dependentswere In reward for their fine the kids any wiser

invited to observe the appearance and behavior, about the Navy, but it gave

event, but this time the the children enjoyed a the men of VP-45 a chanceto

squadron promoted family feast of cake,cookies and show them a good time.

togetherness by makingthe punch after the inspection, --

.. father-son followed tour througha
---- ----- -- inspection a by a
TSgt. Helms ft Sgt. Skinner affair. Interspersed P-3 aircraft. Films of


Local Air Force Men TII ,




Honored with MedalsJaxTwo ::ic ;: -


men assigned to the TSgt. Helms arrived at the 14ja
679th Air Force Radar Squadronwere 679th Radar Squadron in May I u r'1y UG"
recently honored during a 1970. Both he and his wife Alice
medal presentation conducted by call Concord, N.C. home. He y
the squadron's commander,Maj j, began his Air Force career In
Kenneth P. Tevebaugh.TSgt. .. May 1957, and lists auto
Elmer E. Helms Jr., mechanics as his favorite hobby.
received the Bronze Star Award, lhiY
E and Sgt. Donnie B. Skinner was Sgt. Skinner was awarded his .
presented the Air Force Com medal for meritorious service as r '.
mendation Medal. a weapons technician while + / e t

TSgt. Helms distinguishedhimself assigned to a Tactical Control "'I 1 don't know why dad spent all
by meritorious service as Squadron in the Republic of last night getting his uniform'
crew chief when engaged in Vietnam. He was cited for ready, I didn't get a single gig,
ground operations against an displaying outstanding Li and Mom lust dressed me this
opposing armed force at the 620th professional, knowledge and morning seems inspection
Tactical Control Squadron, leadership which aided im- Scott Qurolla,son of Lt.and Mrs.Jim Qurolla,says'How am I doing, was no problem for Andy Hotton,
Monkey Mountain, Republic of measureably in identifying Dad Should ask I them who their division officer son of Lt. and Mrs. Randy Hotton.
Vietnam, from Sept. 5, 1969 to problem areas In the field of .- ..Isf''I.- -,--" I ..,......Pl ,.
Sept. 4, 1970.During aircraft control and warning and
this Helms in developing and Implementing Chiefs Club
period TSgt
research projects capable of
displayed outstanding ability in solving these problems.The .
formulation and adoption of Slates LuauJaxTickets
plans and studies In support of
energetic application of his
combat tasks assigned to his unit. F bM.Y
knowledge has played a sale
are now on
His meticulous attention to detailin
significant role in contributing to for the June 27th CPO Club Luau.
finalizing plans and the superb the success of the USAF missionin There are only 800 seats availableand
arrangement for their presen- SEA. The distinctive accomplishments these will be sold on a first-
tation indicative of the
are
of Sgt. Skinner come-first served basis to all a
of ,
professionalism TSgt. Helms. reflect credit and
upon himself active duty'and retired chief
the United States Air Force. petty officers in the Jacksonvillearea.

.
Sgt. Skinner arrived at the Tickets may be purchased at
HONDAMOTORS
679th Radar Squadron in March the club through June 20 from 11
1971. A native of Jacksonville, he
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 13

Separation Allowances


Reduce Family Problems


WASHTINGTON-Morning toast and a cup of coffee ina

pleasant room always started your day at home. Now :

you're in another country, alone, and living in a rented

room. You want the same comforts. The solution: buy a
toaster and a coffee pot. *

Both of those Items-and the Temporary Duty :
expense for the rented room- If you are separated from your K
mean money out of your pocket, family for 30 days or more you y
so to make an unaccompaniedtour may be eligible for the Type II
of duty less of a financial allowance.This .

burden, the Congress authorizedthe allowance is payable to .i-5
payment of a new allowancefor members of the Armed Forces ;
families in 1963. who qualify for it whether they
This is the Family Sepaation are serving in the United Statesor
Allowance (FSA), another overseas. To qualify for the
benefit for members of the Ar- Type II allowance you must be an
med Forces. E-4,with over 4 years' service or
above and be entitled to a Basic
Extra Expense Allowance for Quarters as a

If you are living at home- as member with dependents.
man of the house It is your You must also be serving in
responsibility to fix the furnaceor an area where your dependentsare
the sump pump or start the car not authorized at Government -
.. .
-
or do the myrald of tasks which expense,where they do not
befalls the head of a family, live at or near your duty station, Construction continue on the new Acty Duecy Club'tort. If all got well,the club will be open priorto I
or-if Sept. 1.A gala affair Is expected for the opening.
If, because of military duty, you are on TDY.

you are half-way around the Credit Union Slates
world,your wife will have to hire
someone to do these many tacks.
And what is where the I Family Mobile Home Show
Separation Allowance comes in. FLORIDA
Actually,there are two'types' of Jax--Mobile homes and being held to promote the mobile
FSA. campers from all over home living as one possible
So, back to your rented room Jacksonville will be on displaythis solution to the critical housing JEWELERS
overseas. If you must maintain a weekend at Roosevelt Mall shortage which exists in the

'home' for yourself because Shopping Center. The Show, Jacksonville area. Specialists In watch&>leweley repair. Engraving while you wait.GOLD.
Government bachelor quartersare sponsored jointly by Jax Navy Dealers will have sales
not available, and U' Federal Credit Union and the 14 KARATWEDDING
your representatives at the show to
dependents are not permitted to Roosevelt Mall Merchants answer questions and display the E
Join you during your overseas Association will be held Friday, mobile homes and campers. ,
Saturday and Sunday from 10
tour, then you may collect FSA Both new and used campers
a.m. till p p.m.
Type I.This allowance is payableto and mobile homes may be BAND
The credit union the
originated
all members of the Armed
idea of a mobile home and financed through Jax Navy wtthpurchawo/ BRIDALSETSERVICE
Forces with dependents,
Federal Credit Union at 1 percentper
show for number of
regardless of grade. The amountof camper a month interest
this FSA is same as the basic reasons-first, to give Westside the balance charged on NNN. V.i .
unpaid (12 percent
allowance for quarters payable to residents particularly' militaryand
APR), including credit life in-
of
NAS
civilian employees
member without In
a dependents
all loans. .
,
surance on ,
Cecil Field and NAS Jackson-
the same grade as
pay you.
As you can see, FSA Type I Is ville, an opportunity to see a Two door prizes of $50.00 each MAN CREDIT w se..NtNni 4 r4l
an allowance which takes care of number of mobile homes and will be given away in a drawing. ACCOUNT INVITED
in convenient Ever who attends the show No Age
some of the added expense you campers one /one Requirement
run into because you are main- location;and secondto give deal- and registers is eligible for a door I Mailing Service Anywhere In 72 hours
ers the opportunity to become The public in invited to
taining a home for your depen- prize. ... ........................
location and for acquainted with the credit unionas attend the Mobile Home and ................................
dents in one
one of mobile home and Show at the Mall thereis ppO ,
yourself another location. It is a source Camper ; INGTHIS Dalera/o
payable only if you are serving camper financing. The show is no admission charge. 6RWITNYREE KEEPSAKE-B ULOV A andall fine Jewelry

overseas or in Alaska. FO 61FS1 '
The second form of Family .
convenience 6"a.m.-10 p.m.
Open/or
your
Separation Allowance,Type II,is
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AMD Wins Intramural Bowling

First Game Continues Here _

Jax-The American League Jax-ComFalrJax No. 2 and the
saw two upsets in play Monday Wild Ones are tied for first round
night as A-C Maint. downed lead In the Intramural Bowling
MARTD 12-8 for their first win of League Roll-Off. Both have 3.1
the season and ComFairJax records after Monday night's
behind the pitching of Ray competition. The Hunters and the
hmt Meadows, defeated second-place Good and Bad are In second at 1.3
y w xt VP.16, 9-8 Action continued in the second
a A-C Maint. scored four runs In round last night with the finals
4 the first inning and was never scheduled to begin tonight at 6
headed in their win getting a solo p.m. at the NAS bowling lanes.
1 homer from 'Rub' Ruble and a All four teams were winners of
three-run homer from Bill Fertig. their respective intramural
Their record is now 112. MARTDis leagues this year. I
5-9.
1rw ComFairJax's victory was Jax Navy
S y their third in the last four games,
,and lessened the chances of VP- Softball Team
16 catching VP-45 in the race for
the league crown. The lead in the Jax--The bats have been
I game changed hands five times dismally silent lately for the Jax
qow. yr t before CFJ came up with three Navy Softball Team. The Fliers
--- runs in the bottom of the sixth have collected only 21 hits in their '
DOWN FOR DISPLAY-Uadfng I flight of three A-4 Skyhawk jet| attack bombers to the School of and then held on in the seventh to last eight games. I
Aircraft Maintenance Technology at Embry.Riddle, aeronautical' University In ,Daytona, MARTDCO win it. CFJ is 4-9 and VP-16 is 10- The fliers had three con
LtCol. D.O. Ranney (en I) Is welcomed by GySgt. O.T. Perry, MARTD Recruiter, and Deputy 3. secutive no-hitters thrown

School Director A.F. Birrs.MARTD. 6ND TennisTournament against them over a seven-day
period, including a single gameat
Sk hawks Patrick AFB two weeks ago
Sports and both ends of a doubleheader .
eJ Jax-Active duty personnel against Kelly's Gulf Friday.
Interested in playing for Jax Kelly's Gulf won the first half of
At Air ExhibitJax Navy in the Sixth Naval District the City League this year. The
Daytona Tennis Tournament at NAS scores Friday were 4-0 and 11.1.
Pensacola, July 12.16, should Saturday, the Fliers droppedtwo
contact the Athletic Director to the Roman Spa 6-0 and 12-
-A brief,close formation Aeronautical University's Schoolof commanding officer, led the Frank McCaffery at Ext. 3239. 0. Roman Spa was runner-up to
fly-over, a wing Up to wing tip Aviation Maintenance at flight from Jacksonville, accompanied Qualifying elimination in the Kelly's.A .
landing, and three Marine A-4 Daytona Beach. by Maj. D.R.Stanton, Open and Senior divisions will be single in the fifth inning of the
Skyhawk jet attack bomberswere The date was May 6, and the executive officer, and Maj. R.M. held to select contestants. A first game against Roman Spa
on display at EmbryRiddleSHOPPING men and aircraft from the Lawseth, detachment operations Senior must reach his 40th birth was the Fliers' first hit in 25 in
Marine Air Reserve Training officer. day by August 1. nings. They are 3-13 in the season
Detachment (MARTD) here After the planes had been A tournament type-play-off will and currently an 8-game losing
combined their recruiting and thoroughly inspected by the be scheduled by the athletic streak, a trend they hope to
public relations efforts to make it and director and he will determinethe reverse this weekend against
students, a question answer
a big day. period was conducted by the pairings. Robins AFB.
Once on the ground, the pilots pilots, recruiter and ground crew
for a CAR? were welcomed by Mr. A.F. members. According to Barrs, NAS New
START HERE Barrs, chairman of the School of most of the students were former Incorporates .
Aircraft Maintenance servicemen who had served in
Technology. aviation units while on active Traffic Violation Ruling
67 Chevelle Malib'uOoor The planes were secured by a duty and were studying at the -
4- HT, black with red Marine ground crew and then university under the GI Bill. Jax-A recent change has been required, as before, to appear
Interior & vlnly top. R&H. AT, turned over to several hundred instituted in the procedures before the Magistrate at his offices
PS, WSW. students for examination. By When their visit concluded, the concerning traffic and other in the Post Office downtown.
$1375 coincidence, an aeronautics class Marines started up their engines, minor violations Involving However, with some minor offences
from Sebring High School happened taxied out, and demonstrated a civilians and dependents of they will be given the
69 Olds Cutlass'S' to be in the area that day close formation take off and military personnel that occur on option of sending in a fine to the
Door HT. This popular car Is and were permitted to join the power climb. With a 'thank board NAS Jacksonville.Since local clerk of court or appearing
, bronze with a fawn vinyl top & university students in checkingover you'fly-over, the three Skyhawks the station is under the before the Magistrate. This
white Interior, R&H, AT, PS, the aircraft and questioningthe rapidly became a single dot in the control of the federal govern choice will be made by either
AC, WSW pilots. sky on their way home to ment, offenses which occur here, sending in a personal check or by
$2595 LtCol. D.G. Ranney, MARTD Jacksonville. including traffic offenses, are Indicating on the form that an
handled through the federal court appearance will be made at the
66 Futura Spt. Cpe. Drunk Drivers.They system.In prescribed time.
Dark blue with matching In. the past,the Magistrate has .
tenor, AT, bucket seats, R&H, kill more people each year come to NAS once a week to hear If an individual wishes to appear -
WSW, only all the cases for that week. Each in court, he may determine
than live in the of Monaco.
$995 country case he heard required the from the ticket form the proper
personal appearance by the Individual time and place. At this time
71 Plymouth DusterYellow who received the ticketor arraignment will take place and
with black clnyl top. citation. the plea heard,with trial to followat
R&H, AT,WSW, less than 2,500 Government Personnel Mutual Under the new system, alleged a date prescribed by the
miles. offenders who now receive a Magistrate in order that witnesses .
$2595 Life Insurance Company ticket from the station police areBORROW may be subpoenaed and a

70 Duster full hearing given.
Plymouth the
'specialist in service to military'
Metallic green with a white
JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVEJIM
vinyl top & beautiful green
Interior R&H, WSW, 11,455 RICHARDSONCdr. Number of Violations

miles. $1995 USN (Ret.) UPTOS600

11659 Jonathan Rd.Jacksonvllle3222S. This period 63.:
68 Triumph GTG Cpe.
ONE CALLARRANGES SpeedingReckless 19. <
Ivory white with black
i leatherette Interior, R&H, I Tel: 724-6833 IT ALL driving 0.
wire wheels, only 23,756 miles. III 1111 1111IICORRECTION Going through stop sign 4.
Other Violations 40.
$1845 .
Months' Annual
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; 70 FORD LTD ol l loan irrmenl| l away iiiymtnli rite

., 4 Door Sedan,Light Green with 114.3015.00 24 $'20.00 34.50%
Green Interior and vlnly top. V. 391.29 23.00 24 352.00 35.50%
' 8, Auto. trans., Factory air, r rTh 999.97 :34.40 24 125.40 3275%
Power steering and brakes, flit
AM-FM Stereo Radio' WSW n/M.lw
Dial FinanceThe
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1 $3195 Address of ont for the money
MOBILE CITY MOBILE HOMESwas 40 W. Monroe St.

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PAGE 16 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER

I F MARTD Ranks

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'Big Shot' In q I

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4i Summer LeagueJax



MARTD's pistol team :- >'% AL
placed first among nine teams to 4&
finish the 1971 Summer Pistol
League competition here last
week at the station firing range,
with FICEUR placing second.
1''
r A 1 Winning team members are
SSgt. James Pace (team capt-
1 ain) > Maj. Donald Stanton, Sgt.
John Beall and Sgt. Stephen
1 1Chief Burnley.

FICEUR's team included F
CW02 Harold T. Huggins (team
captain), Lt.jg( ) K.G. Shaver,
Hopkins Ltg(| ) Shaver DTI J.R. Bradley and DP2 J.D.
'Most Improved' 'High Shooter' Batty.

N/NNNNNNNNNNNNW NIN1NN/1/...............................NIN1N1IN 111 N111N/I N Individual trophies were
awarded to CPO Ken Hopkins of .,.
Supply for his 'Most Improved' I
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