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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Club Schedules :
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TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY
July 6 July 7
July 1 July 2 July 3 July July 5 -




The
Pirates Phil Cay The America' The Soul Dark
and the The Dark Children Phases Treatment Entry
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Fourth of
July Picnic Beef Stew
Ge Go.Glrl
Go. Go. Girl atthe Pork Chopiet 'Drink of
A Th Happy Hour
Ace1J-Duce1J Ham& Cheese 11 a.m..1 p.m. Skee t Club Special I I the Week
Casserole GoocHlmers: 4:30.6: Pm.
Club Mark Castle at9 a.m. Go-Go-Glri Bar

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CPO The The Hour Lasagna Happy Hour
Happy
Dark Buddy Pitts
Jimmy
Royal $1.55 4:30.6:30: : p.m.
Club Entry Blues Strickland Combo 2.6:30p.m.:







Officers Beefeaters 'TWOFERS' Charlie Family 'TWOFERS' A La Carte

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Cove Club Club Club ejle&jrQeT

Monday thru Thur

n am. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday 8. Saturday I Your

Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. WEEKDAYS

n ..m. to 2 a.mm I1I.m..11 p.m.
Friday & Saturday Tues..Thurs.. Sunday GALLEY NO. 1: Breakfast-6 to 7:30: a.m.; Dinner-11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Supper
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. lla.m. llp.m. Noon to Midnight to 5:30: p.m. Sandwich line served at dinner only.
F a.m. to 2 a.m. Frl.Slt. GALLEY NO. 3: Breakfast.5:30: to 7 a.m. Dinner a.m. to 12:30: p.m.;
Sunday 11a.m. 1a.m. Monday thru Thur Club Supper to 6:15: p.m. Sandwich line open In Wings 5 and 6 at dinner only.

I.m. to Midnight 11 a.m to Midnight WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
BOTH GALLEYS) Early Breakfast-6:30: to 8:30: a.m. Brunch-9:30: a.m. to
12:30: p.m.; Supper to 5:30: p.m.
COMRATS prices: Breakfast cents; Dinner and Brunch-70 cents Supper
cents.The following menu Is served at both galleys.

Capt. Sizemore Is ,I (

Friday,July 2BREAKFAST..Homlny Topping, Braised Spareribs with
Grits, Sauerkraut, Buttered Eggs Noodles, 1
Chilled Grapefruit Jlce, Fried Eggs to Fried Hominy, Seasoned Green
m W ff Order, Minced Beef on Toast, Beans, Pound Cake.Tuesday. ;
New XO at NAS Jax Lyonnalse Potatoes, Choice of Lunch ,July
eon Meat or Pork Sausage, BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried
mwPROTESTANT Assorted Danish Pastry. Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef of
DINNER-Chicken Noodle Soup, Toast, Choice of Luncheon Meat, or
William Sizemore through which he attended Sea Food Platter of Fried Shrimp, Pork Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans,
Flounder, Fired Scallops, Sweet & Assorted Cake Doughnuts.DINNERVegetable .
became the air station'sexecutive college. He was commissioned an
Sour Pork, Steamed Rice, Tartar Soup, Fried
olficer'today when he aviation midshipman In 1947 Sauce-Cocktall Sauce, Buttered Whole Ham Steaks, Mashed Sweet Potatoes,
relieved Capt. William W. Loy. after completing flight trainingat Kernal I Corn, Buttered Peas, Yellow Snowflaked Potatoes, Buttered Lima
Capt.Loy Is retiring after more NAS Glenview, Ill and Cake with Chocolate Icing. Beans, Seasoned Carrots, Corn Bread,

than 22 years of active duty. He received his wings here in 1948. NAVAL AIR STATION SANDWICH Grilled Hamburgers.LINE-Grilled Cheeseor Iced SANDWICH Yellow Layer LiNE-Variety Cake. Meat

became executive officer hereaxCapt. The captain is a graduate of the SUNDAY SUPPER-Breaded Pork Chops or Sandwich or Grilled Cheese.
last June after a previous Naval Line School and the Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Brown SUPPER-SwIss Steak with Brown
assignment in the office of the University of California where he Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Gravy, Fried Rice, Boiled BlackeyedPeas
Holy Communion-8:30 a.m. at Chilled Apple Sauce, Seasoned Green Buttered Broccoli Spears, Iced
Chief of Naval Operations. earned his bachelor's degree in All Saints Chapel. Church Schoolall Beans, Harvard Beets, Yellow Cake Yellow Layer Cake.Wednesday.

Capt. Sizemore is the former political science. ( ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel with Chocolate Icing.Saturday ,July 7
training officer for commander Annex. Divine ,July!
Worship 10:30 at
his he : BREAKFAST Oatmeal, BREAKFAST-Hominy Grits Fried
Fleet Air Jacksonville. He joinedthe Throughout Navy career
the Combat has served with VA-115 VA-195 All Saints' Chapel. Chilled Apricots, Fried Eggs to Order, Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes,
Navy through Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Grilled Hot Cakes, with Maple Syrup, with Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or
Aircrew Program in 1944. During VA-55, VA-93, the Bureau of High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- Choice of Ham or Bacon, Baked Pork Bacon, Hash Brown Potatoes, Minced
aircrew training, he was ac- Naval Personnel and Attack nex. Junior and senior youth & Beans, Creamed Dried Beef, Beef, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.
cepted for the V-5 Program, Carrier Air Wing One. Assorted Cake Doughnuts. DINNER-Beef Rice Soup, Baked
Fellowship-l:30p.m.: at Bldg. 722. BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Chicken, Snowflaked Potatoes,
Evening Worship-7:30 p.m. at Breakfast Meat or Grilled Hamburgers Cornbread Dressing, Cranberry
small Chapel. French Fried Potatoes, Sauce, Fench Fried Cauliflower,
Baked Beans, Assorted Cake Buttered Mixed Vegetables.
Tuesday Doughnuts, Maple Cake with Mocha Blueberry Pie.SANDWICH.
JTAX AIR NE'WV'SThe Senior ChoirRehearsalp.m.. Icing. LINE-Grilled Ham

at Bldg.750 and Christian Science SUPPER.. Navy Beans, Soup, burgers or Cheeseburgers.
Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. Yankee Pot Roast Beef, Natural SUPPER-Chlll Corn Carne or Beef
Gravy, Franconla Potatoes, Fried Porcupines, French Fried Potatoes,
NAVAL HOSPITAL Cabbage, Seasoned Lima Beans, Steamed ,
RiceSouthern Style Greens
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Divine Worship-10 a.m. Marble Cake with Mocha Icing. Buttered Squash, Blueberry Pie.
distributed/ each Thursday at the V. S. Naval Air Station, NATTC Sunday,July 4BREAKFAST"Homlny

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Divine Worship-11 a.m. at Grits, Thursday,JylyBREAKFASTHot I
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 500. Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to Oatmeal,
Order, Grilled French Toast, with Chilled Juice, Fried to
Orange Eggs
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Maple Syrup, Choice of Luncheon Order, CHEES Omelet, Choice of
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday be/ore publication. News CATIIOLIC Meat or Pork Sausage, Hash Browned Luncheon Meat or Pork Sausage,
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St. Potatoes, Assorted Cake Doughnuts. Baked Pork & Beans, Yankee Style
3119. Edward's BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Corn Bread, Assorted Cake
Chapel. Sunday Mass-8
Grilled Frankfurters, French Fried Doughnuts.
p.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Potaotes, Baked Beans, Assorted ,
advertised In this publication must be made Cake DINNER-Chlcken Noodle Soup
"Everything Doughnuts, Apple Pie.
Monday-ll a.m. Tuesday through Italian Spaghetti with Meat Sauce or
available purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Friday-ll:30: a.m. Saturday upPER"Corn Chowder, Baked Ravioli, Pizza Pie, Parmesan

creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Confession 10:30: and 11:15: a.m. Virginia Whipped Ham Potatoes, Pineapple, Candled, & Raisin Cheese, Garlic Toast, Buttered

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Potatoes, Boiled Carrots, Seasoned Sweet Spinach, Seasoned Asparagus Tips,

opportunities by an advertsecwili( ; result in the refusal to print NATTC Brussels Sprouts, Apple Pie. Pumpkin SANDWICH Pie. LINE-Chlll Dogs and
advertising from that source." Monday,July 5
Sunday Mass-9:30 a.m. Bldg. Egg Sandwiches.
BREAKFAST-Cooked ,
Farina, ,
SUPPER -Bralsed Pork Chops
500.
Chilled
Apple Juice, Fried
solicited the publisher and Order, Eggs to Steamed Rice, Tomato Gravy, Chilled
Advertisements, are by queriesconcerning Scrambled Eggs with a Apple Sauce, Okra & Tomato Gumbo,
should be directed to Choice of Ham or Bacon,
such : Cottage
: A Boot took the Chief's advice FrJelrotatoes' Iced Coffee Rings. Corn on the Cob, Pumkln Pie.

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY and put on a clean pair of socks DINNER-.Knickerbocker Soup,

Juan Ave. Jacksonville Fla. 32210 every day. A week passed. Breaded Veal Cutlets, Brown Gravy,
1 4747 San Spanish Rice, Polonaise Cauliflower
'Where are your shoes?' Buttered June
Peas
Telephone 388.2755 growled the Chief. SANDWICH, L.NE'-sioppy. Pound Cake Joes; on Two kittens were watching a

29 NO. 15 July 1, 1971 'I can't put them on over seven Hamburger Bun or Grilled Ham d. tennis match; one cat said
Cheese
VOL. Sandwiches. proudly ..mother is in that
pairs of socks,' replied the Boot. SUPPER-Beef 'My
Pot Pie, Biscuit racket.'

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team,will headline an open house
here, Sunday July 11 a.
The event will commemorate the 1
and the 25th year for the Blue ,- t .;
Jacksonville in June 1946. I
It will also mark the 31st
anniversary of the Naval Air 4 1 1f

Along with the Angels, the ", 'd'.P'I"
by the Chuting Stars, a free-fall I !I :rj) .
Other attractions secheduted ,
tisubmarine and light and heavy ; .
pair of local model airplane clubs
North Florida Soaring Society.
The Naval Air Technical ,k
hand and a NAS Jacksonville Search ( ) t's s
simulate recovering a downed pilot.Station (..;
gates will open to the I"
day-a jump by the Chuting Stars-is "
The Blue Angels are slated to ',. -
routine at 2:30: p.m. t t.;.
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The day's activities will be
patrol squadron hangar complex, BLUE ANGELS perform In precision close formation.
parking space can handle of 5,000
Traffic officers at the base feel
Bridge across the St Johns about
widening and surfacing of
traffic flow. They add that they
cars per day,in a three to four hour
When the Blue Angels were
flew four prop-driven F6F Hellcats
an aerial combat sketch in which a
combat maneuvers were performed
became the basis for today's
snuggly-grouped patterns.The .
1971 version of the Blue Angels
Their flying is spectacular, but
of manuevers taught individually
training.The .
Chuting Stars have been seen (
i Blue Angels) since 1960. Their
f parachutist's ability to fall
falling jumper controlling his speed. .
and the finale involves four men in
While they normally operate from
still perform with a cloud level as 1971.,1
\ A flying doghouse-ala Snoopy vs.
model airplanes which will be
Jacksonville Radio Controlled

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As we loin together to celebrate this Fourth
Jax-VP-56-the newest arrivalto of July let us remember that above all, this is """

Fleet Air Wing 11-will com- a day to show our gratitude to our forefathers _
plete its transfer to the air station ?
tomorrow morning and will be G' for their great fortitude and vision in
formally welcomed in a plane- establishing this great nation upon the
side ceremony at Hangar 1000. foundations of freedom and their stead.
Later in the day, the Mad fastness in upholding that freedom.Let .
Foxes of VP-5 will return from a
three-month deployment to Rota,
Spain. us affirm our faith in the principles for
VP-56's ninth and final aircraft which they stood and pledge anew dedicating
will land at 10:15: a.m. The pilot M ourselves unswervingly to the ideal that i
and commanding officer, Cdr.
Steven E.Kish,will be greeted by liberty may ever endure. ,
Capt. William J. Vaught, who
assumed command of Fleet Air t BELLAIR HOME BUILDERSlf6QOPOW'sandMIA's-
Wing 11 last Friday. Accompanying -
him will be John
Walters, aide to Jacksonville'sMayor
Hans Tanzler; Capt.
Vernon Micheel, commanderFleet
Air Jacksonville; and Capt.

John Kincaid. NAS commandingofficer.

Dependents of the 350 officers i ii.
and men of VP-56 and other
guests will be invited to tour one .
of the squadron's aircraft. VP-56 f .



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notice! I The 14th In-
terservice Photography Contest
will be held in December at Luke
Air Force Base, Arizona.
Deadline for submission of Lest W. Forg.t.....
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Cecil ...In keeping with it's 8 milimeter films that can be over 125 films that are
name as a master Jet base, Cecil played on the 16 milimeter available to be used starting July
F Field has recorded another '(jrst' projector that are known as 'film 1 of this year. The films range
to put in their records. This being loops'. These 8 mm., films can be fromHemmingways'Death In The
the new 'Cine Sound' movie used for fun and enjoyment for all Afternoon' to Social Problemsand
projector in the station library. ages. Ecology. The 8 mm. films are
With only two now in operation The unique thing about the single concept films that go from
throughout the Navy, the other projector is its versatility. It can woodworking to automotive
being aboard the USS Yosemite, be used individually by using the mechanics besides many, many
these new projectors also include built in screen or as a group by more.
------- with them over 80 different films, showing the film or films on a After minutes and
HAVE YOU A IENMII SUm If ytv Mi had MntH It educational, fiction, science largewall or screen. Earphonesare hard work the hours Of
I: yw could taw ton to tt same place that Willie L Smith Is. fiction, and many others that are also part of the equipmentthat on part of the
.__________ In color and sound.There are also can be used by those who are library staff, they have put
together a complete catalog of all
the films and have included with
t F P. W. Civilians AwardedRecently each film a brief summary of
what the films are about. These
catalogs will- also be available
r three Public Works accounting for the fuel utilization July 1.Some.
civilians were given certificatesby of all vehicles at Cecil Field. She
Lieutenant Commander W. M. has also .coordinated several afternoon or evening
Garbe, Public: Works Officer. personnel studies to identify when you don't have anything to
essential functions and insure do, go to the station library and
Two of these awarded were optimum utilization of the get a first hand look at what these
Mrs. Betty Granger and Mrs. available manpower. During her films and that projector are
Betty Gedrottis, for Quality Step 16 years, of federal employmentat really like. Who knows, maybe
I, r .sere d increase as a result of their Cecil Field, Mrs. Gedrottis has someday someone will ask you if
superior performance in 1970-71. worked in several key areas of you have ever read a certain

The best way for a boss ft say Will done .It vHfi a check, says Mrs. Mrs. Granger is the financial Public Works and Supply book, and you can say, 'No, but I
Effit Nugtn as she accepts chick from LCdr. Garbs.r analyst in the Public Works Departments. lIer wide saw the film' Can you imaginesome
background and detailed of the looks you would get?
and is for
::::::t Department reponsible MtljBORROW
keeping track of the many accounts knowledge of working procedures t4a. 11414.y a
and charges for materialand continuously contributes to A" yyI

r ol .SALE P labor transacted each day. improved departmental efficiency
wa I: During budget reports and other : .
financial studies, she contributed The third recipient of an awardwas
recommendations to improve presented with a $160 check
NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES ::;: many
NEW A USED TV SETS :::: utilization of funds and and a certificate for sustained
f NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES :;'Sw :: maintain support to all activities.Mrs. superior performance. Mrs.
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS :::;::. Granger has 26 years of Nugen's secretarial talents were
fjjjM AIR CONDITIONERS t1:; federal employment at Cecil originally developed through her

w: Bal Hrs.9'.m. 7p.m.Come In.. Browse :;:; Field. mother,an English teacher, and 1
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Mrs. Gedrottis is management have continued during 13 years of I I I 'tieyoo
: WBSeONNEtT FURNITURE technician for the Public Works federal employment at Cecil 10

: 53516 we SeONKEIt at i03rd < *H 0750 mJ Department During the past Field.
year she has been regularly interested in the films but don't
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of a computerized method of the Cecil library, there ares Vol If,"

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Sedan i | ".30$ 5.00 24 $120.00 36.soe.4

191.29\ 23.00 24 552.00 35.50%

099.97 34.40 24 825.60 32.75%

Dial Finance

1884 UP TO 34 Ml I The one for the money
LIMITED SUPPLY PER GALLON 40 W. Monroe St.

Standard 356-0735
6256 Beach Blvd.
Equipment includes : Reclining Bucket Seats 386-2895 .

White vvall tires Wheelcovers Nylon carpets 4721 San Juan Ave.
Front disc brakes'Tinted 384-2314
glass Mrs. Gedrot.1
accepts award. thank to Mrs. Granger I 1436 Edgewood Ave.W

PRICES THAT CAN'T BE BEATII 764-2583

Come In..or call 394448 or "".
Come and Get 'Em Specials II

These cars In PERFECT CONDITION Right now, you're only 10 minutes
44 FALCON cylinder,Auto.trans., R & H- S7II away
U FORD GALAXY V.". Auto. trans., Factory air' Power
Jacksonville's
steering & H. utc biggest apartment
bargain
U MERCURY PARKLANE Door Hardtop. V-8,Auto. trans.,
Power steering,brakes,windows and seats, R& H,WWT. $I'S
47 PONTIAC TEMPEST Door Sedan, V-e, Auto. trans.,
Power steering,tinted glass, R IL H,WWT. wj
.J1FORDGAL )(Y&.oadedlwlthF.ctorVllr.! _sins
j .I FORD TORINO OT 2-Door Hardtop. V-S 4 speed, Factory
air Red' Power line wide steering ova Is. Power disc brakes, Tinted glass, R$1750& H, (Whirl the tori Lift is inclwU i hi tin rant)

II,PONTIAC FIR II II R D 2. Door Hardtop. 4-cyllnder,3-speed, .
I T.pedeck, R &. H. Like newl $147) We have 4yes( six) swimming
pools n
Plus
41 barrel PLYMOUTH carb.,Auto.ROADRUNNER trans., R & H,WWT.2. Door Yellow Hardtop.with VTwith black trim 4 i congenial shuffleboard, young and neighbors badminton.to help rj With "0 ,. 2045 James Rd., Jacksonville. Fla. I
enjoy them. Phone 781-3818
pretty car I
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only
one block from RENTiNG
4f JEEPfwhtel drive,Convertible Soft,top. Hurryl $77f S elementary school-with other golf and, an HOURS:
schools Mon.
thru Sat 9:00-4:00 Sun. 1.6:00:
Shop. > : : ;
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H. $2050 can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air r DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd..
4*MUSTANG V-I,'-speed, R" H,WWT. tUI2 In 10 minutes downtown Jacksonville Station In 15. ft turn right on San Juan-Continue past
70 MERCURY MARQUIS Door Hardtop. V-8, Auto. trans., I o Apartments have individually controlled Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
-turn left .
Factory air, Power steering Power brakes, Power windows, heating and airapartment conditioning, carpeting, to apartments.I
Power seats Cruise control Tilt steering wheel, Tinted glass, draperies, and sliding glass door to courtyard
R & H,WWT. S3S7S or balcony. Q And you move into a 1or 2 '
bedroom today. Furnished L '
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I Safety First Deep Midnight of the Mind 1;d


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NAS Cecil..The Navy's In that deep midnight of the mind, : 1
past
Who has not felt the
accident softness of an hour .t.
years record has been
the lowest rate that its been in I ik While summer's twilight, weeps itself away, \'
And settles on the heart,as dew on rfflower.''
many years. This past week a t _

Navy SafetyStanddownwas heldto 4 Is not the past,', but a fleeting shadow,
reemphazise the idea of
a iL-1 A creation of the mind and lustful eye,
conscientious
within the Navy.safety program, I Or a slumbering thought, between life and death,
I Where the touch of joy-tears and tortures fly.
This relearning of safety t: ; r1
procedures is certainly what the Q But what of matchless dialogue or deathless wit, 1
Navy needs now. With the safety These glowing portraits, fresh from life, !
record substantially better we They tug at the heart'from' which they came. !
all have a tendency to be lax and Are they haloes of some former strife.Is .
that's when accidents occur. Asyou've
probably noticed, going 4 -'+ I .......rw -' ..r... it the envious,who breathe in others agony, I,

over your normal procedures and Or some emissary, whose sleepless eye,
preflights, one doesn't have total SAFETY DAY LECTURE TIME See's the fool-the foe-the jealous-and the vain,
recall. There are many things Or stands sentinel-accuser-judge-and spy. "
that we have forgotten or did not .
understand completely. In fact it And whose words are sparks of immortality,
probably would be a good idea to \ What men marvel, when a hero falls. ti
have these more often. { I, Which are the thoughts that turn to thunder,
The pictures that are on this To find in shattered hope, a renewed cause.
page are depicting some of the __
procedures and safety items that For what strange and dusky aspects are those, ;
were checked over during our That forever cloud the soul and mind, \
safety days. Are they inward spirits of this whelling universe,
With the military getting Or specters of the past, that slowly unwind.

higher performance aircraft, our
jobs are becomingmoreandmore And who has ever witnessed a great virtue,
demanding. Our jobs are also While gazing through the telescope of truth, ..
more critical. (The tolerance for Is it not by our own quest, that we develop,
error is getting smaller). We The traits, that make the soul uncouth.
have to make quick and correct
decisions as pilots, plane cap How far deeper is the fearful glances,
tains, etc. Maintenance. more LOOKS FINE TO ME CHIEFIIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOi That wander from the imprisoned eye,
demanding with the equipment They scan the rivers,to the ocean of all thoughts,
becoming more sophisticated and And there beneath the azure blue,they fade and die.
experience. An error in this day
and age can be very costly in And while nature, takes that melancholy rest,
material and-or human On the bridge where time, absorbs and awes,
resources. The light and darkness forms an arch sublime,
Let's keep up the good work While the last spark of expiring day,gently falls.

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I Employees Receive Awards

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Jax-Last week Capt. R.T.

t Hardy, public works officer, ,
cash awards for q'
presented 19
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Jack Randall Banning, ap- .g
prentice plumber, took a home ;:; _
study course and received a
certificate of training for successfully _
completing it.

James D. Harrison, D.W.
Chason and L.E. Cheatham
received the Sustained Superior ?
Performance awards. ffq
ANY QUESTIONSr-Cdr.James Wehel,commanding officer of VP.
U, Informally lectures the wives that plan to join their husbands in Davis V. Biddle, Chester A
I Europe this summer.The purpose of the lecture and films is to make Donehoo and Donald W. Goodwinwere
sure the women are aware of the problems Involved In being a among the many who
stranger in a country. received cash award. -c

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S'S en eC.e..las Blending Boulevard Y

House of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Phone Shopping 7719223 Center ., n.n.____

CITY OFFICIALS VISIT NARF-Capt. D.H. Helle, the Naval Air
Every FRIDAY I Night is Rework Facility's commanding officer; and R.J. Kemen, NARF's
Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT plant engineering superintendent explain the function of a new
Your choice of pollution abatement system to VAdm. R.J. Stroh, USN (ret) who is
STEAK 179 Chicken & presently director of the Bioenvironmental Services Division
Department of Health, Welfare and Bioenvironmental ServlcesCity of
I Dumplings 79 Jacksonville, during |let engine testing at Black Point. As the men
NIGHT explaln.they examine the exhaust for any visual particulate emission.
Chopped Steak Two other representatives, William R. Opp and H.W. Oven, accompanied
VAdm. Stroh on this visit to NARF.Announcelllents .
% Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ..,and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter

LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM tll8 PM
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: rS For Ambitious WorkersJaxAlthough


the Merit Promotion Announcementsare open con-
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considered inadequate insofar as the numbers of eligibles are con-
cerned.Therefore, the attention of those who may have an interest in
these positions is called to the original announcementsas posted on
official bulletin boards.


FireFighter(general) GS-3 38-71
Cash Clerk,GS-4 161-69
Blocker and Bracer 109-70
Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic 113-70
Meat Cutter 131-70
INDOOR Electron Accounting Mach.Op.GS-3 112-69
Electric Accounting Mach.Op.GS-4 53-71
p'o & Assistance Hosp. Housekeeping Officer.GS-673-7 62-71
CostAccountantGS-7-9 63-71
Budget Analyst,GS-7-9 64-71

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official bulletin board. In the event copies of the annoucements are not
available, please contact the Employment Office, Ext. 3448, or the
Rating Branch Ext. 2320, Employment Division, Civilian Personnel
Department, to inquire about the particular requirements of the
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INSURANCI II PHONE 389-0338 I ".' <-oJ II "'-IUA'. Electronic Wheel Balancing )
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Automobile Insurance For > x --- OWPECIALIT. >r1 ;;9 Total Engine Performance !
Everyone 'w .. .
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FARM Home MUTUAL Office;AUTOMOBILE BloomIngton,IllinoisJERNI9AN'S INSURANCE CO. 1 3 : ;..1ltl: -tl : $ S.Mti1-; : : ? :, amy:3 I j; 4710 SAN AH JUAN Purchase AVENUE J JI


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OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION I;. RED SNAPPER &":CHICKENAlt .

NCI Yow Cor Inspected? -YOU CAN EAT AND MONDAY

I For gnly..$1.29' a DOLLAR

RED GREENE'S GARAGE (I "Includes French Fits. ZEI DAYPLAY
Four Miles South of HAS Highway 17.Orange Park : Cote Slaw and Huih Puppies wt ,
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors I: TOP HAT, ALL DAY

Open 0800-lBOO Monday thru Friday DRIVE IN 9AMfo6PMPHONE
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AVAILABLE
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4103rd STREET FISH MARKET| I star

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LOBSTER-CRABMEAT I' Air Cond. Models !i MOBILE HOMES IN
IN SEASON l : $8 EXTRA 737-4366
: I I. 4118 PHILIPS HWY.
: Featuring Specially Prepared 100 Percent,6 Mo.or 6,000 Miles Guarantee 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387-6<489
,4 Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs I: ROOSEVELT MALL SERVICE CENTER I' Over 150 New & Used Mobile/ Homes
,; 6547103rd Street Phone 772-0981 ; AUS ROOSEVELT BLVD. Phone: M7-7SI1. 1 to choose from
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BLANDING BOULEVARD I I I OPEN7DAYSAWEEK..7AMT01OPMI
OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION I firestone HERLONG ROAD COIN LAUNDRYRAIN
JIM THORSBY (USN Retired,) Mqr. 1 I SOFT WATER..Cleaner Clothes with halfthesoap.Also .
aid Service
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HONEST, COURTEOUS NIIINIINIHHNINHfIN/HHNNIHHHINHN.......?..,................. rugs, blankets and heavy work clothes) ;, \\1 i
SERVICE I RADIOSTVS'FREE I No Waiting! (" .
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Vj Mile South of Orange Park High 30 I Ib Dryers I /\ .
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MILITARY DISCOUNT "ob\\e Brand New mi Models
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MOBILE HOMES a Domestic & Foreign .", .t\tO '3695.

Discount Center ( AUTO PARTS e\\a"ea\ollar\(. ,

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Denny L. Rowe has
Navy WarnsWASHINGTON 'flJ been designated Patrol Squadron45's
Sailor of the Month for
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IPIIr! Cdr. P.E. Herring, VP-45

everyone who gets -out Almost of the I r-- & : I citation executive and officer added presented his personal the

Navy for more than 24 hours has ., commendations in regard to
to receive ':6 I
permission from the : '. Petty Officer Rowe's outstanding
Chief of Naval
reenlist. Personnel orderto contributions to the squadron.The .
commendation read in part:
What most people do not knowis 1I11! 'Your exceptional skill in
that,once a person is separatedfrom k;:: correcting malfunctions of the
active duty, chances of ) P3A Electrical Instrument
being able to reenlist drop considerably Systems and your outstanding
abilities are seen only in much
more experienced men. Your
As of the
part Navy's Quality
Control Program, the record of MEMORIAL GATHERING Officers who participated In a memorial service for the nuclear outstanding leadership abilities,
every man who is separated for submarine Scorpion last month art (L to R) LCdr. James E. McNulla,officer In charge of VP-3 Dtt. devotion to duty, and extra hoursof
more than 24 hours with an RE-1 12 at Lafes, Azores; Air Force Capt Donald E. Hunter, chaplain Capt. William J. Rustle, COM. demanding work have won you
reenlistment eligibility code is FAIRA2ORES Robert P. Sympson, senior submarine service representative In the Azores;and Lt. much admiration among your
reviewed by a Reenlistment Gregory R. Moore, VP-5. alike contemporaries and seniors

Quality Control Review Board at A native of California, Petty
BUPERS. VP-5 Crew Honors Lost SubmarineA Officer Rowe is married to the
During the first three months of former Miss Kathleen Skelton of
this year, 1,229 former Navy men memorial service was An aircraft from Patrol floral wreath was dropped in a New York.In March of this year
walked into their local recruiting conducted June 5 for the 99 officers Squadron Five, Del 12, launched final salute to the lost crew of the he reenlisted and received a
offices desiring to reenlist. All and men of the nuclear from Lajes, Azores, and markedthe Scorpion.The variable reenlistment bonus of
were surprised that they couldn't submarine Scorpion, which was site of the Scorpion's sinking memorial services were $8000. His decorations include the
ship over on the spot. And 341 of lost 400 miles southwest of the with a cross of smoke conducted at the site in an air National Defense Medal, Good
them were even more surprised Azores on June 5, 1968. The ship lights. Following a memorial craft flown by the Mad Foxes Conduct Medal and the
when the answer came back from went down into the sea on her prayer read by Air Force Capt. offices in Charge, LCdr. Mc Meritorious Unit Commendation
the Bureau that they were not final dive while in transit to Donald E. Hunter, Chaplain, a Nulla. Ribbon.
eligible for reenlistment. Norfolk, Va.


Cdr. Herring Assumes

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Paul E. Herring instructor in the newly com-
assumed the duties of Patrol missioned antisubmarine war-
Squadron 45's executive officer fare squadron. After completing
concurrent with the change of training with Lockheed and
command ceremony June 11. Allison in 1962, Cdr. Herring
Cdr.. Herring was born in reported to Patrol Squadron 30, i
Valdoeta.Ga., and attended the Detachment Alfa, in Patuxent
Georgia Institute of Technology River, Md., as a P-3 Orion instructor -
prior to entering the Navy as a In October 1963 he AI
Naval Aviation Cadet in 1954. He reported to Patrol Squadron 49, "'
was commissioned an ensign in which was then transitioning to 4.ik
April 1956 and was designated a the P-3 aircraft, and in Decemberof
Naval Aviator two months later. that year he finished his tour.
His first tour of duty was with After serving with Detachment I ,
Patrol Squadron 18. 10, 6003rd Support Squadron, It
In 1960 he was ordered to Patrol USAF, Taiwan, he returned to "
Squadron 30 as a P-2 NeptuneTROPICAL Patrol Squadron 30 and served as I
the COMNAVAIRLANT P-3
NATOPS evaluator.The 14 ,I
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Monterey, Calif was the next
assignment for Cdr. Herring. lie
,1 majored in the field of international
relations and
received his bachelor of arts
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in December 1970. '
Body & Paint degree Cdr. Herring is married to the d'
former Miss Carol Louise Patton 'And this be our motto:
SHOPOPEN of Greenville, Ohio. They have cc ; IN GOD IS OUR TRUST.
three children-Michael, David,
DAILY 8 to 6
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1r School's Theme Is 'Jesus : Todays Answer'

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t little relaxing

r 1 ; Each group had a certain phase I
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f the main theme to dwell upon.
I of the younger groups at the __
f would find ways to 'please i
: : through good deeds. One ; ,
; they would think of all the
things they could do with
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hands. Another day they
concentrate on errands
could do to please God with :
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\ The Bible school ended June

with the parents invited to r 1
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1 couple of their favorite hyms. Everyone seems to be enjoying himself and the singing loud and I
clear.The children in costumes put on a skit lust before joining In.

VW-4 Wives Will

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Wives of the VW-4 '
'Hurricane Hunters' are invitedto _Lt 'LU Yk
t { N 44 attend a coffee at the Gator

f1. FARMER IN THE DALE Game time Is always popular with the Den behind the Hospital l at 10 .
t younger groups and Farmer In the Dale Is a pretty fun game. a.m. Wednesday.This _+' --zI_ I
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I will be the first of many
I 1 '' gatherings which will be held
1\ "POMisrfC( N each month to bring the squadron. ,

: HGiNPA ....1'r.,.: r .'lj.I.. wives together. According to J
; Mrs. Coleman, the first meetingwill
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F they plan to show them off to their parents on graduation day.

Teen Club HappeningsThe


Kronic Blues will be featured as tomorrow night's en-
i tertainment at the Gator Den.Admission to the dance will be$1.25 for
members and $1.50 for each guest.
Next Friday, July 9th the Magic Rain will provide the music. Ad-
mission will be$1 for members and$1.25 for guests.A .
pool party is planned for July 13th.Admission will be 25 cents per
member or guest
For more Information call Mrs. Amell at 389-0496.

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Degree Completion Program has completed at least one
ADCOP)gives career P02's and enlistment and has at least five
aboveUSN and USNR includingTAR years continous active naval
service before entering the
the chance to attend
junior
college is invited to submit his
full-time basis and
college on a request to the Chief of Naval
receive Associate
an Degree.
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First Navy Wife Wins



Drinkers Military Wife Contest


Dwindle WASHINGTON- the first time a Navy wife has

p been selected Military Wife of the Year. The winner,

WASHINTON-Somehow it Mrs. Jeanette (Jan) Squires, also became the first
wife to win the coveted honor since the
smacks of the end of an era. enlisted man's

Coffee consumption in the Navy beginning of__ the.___ annual contest five years ago. _
is going down-at least that S She is the wife of Per- Business Management; and
supplied through the general sonnelman First Class James W. during the summer her eight-
mess system. who is stationed at hour days were extended with
Squires,
Over seven and one-half million swim classes in the Squires home
Lowry Air Force Base in Denver,
pounds of coffee boiled in
were Colo. pool every evening.
the pots during fiscal year 1968, Emcee Art Linkletter and Two weeks after their arrivalin

according to Navy Subsistence Alfred J, Stokely, President of Denver, and while temporarily
Office figures. Two years later, Stokely-Van Camp, Inc., living in a motel, Mrs. Squires
consumption to less than
dropped
answered the call for instructorsto
with the
Mrs.
five and one-half million "" ,.....'-_". presented Squires teach the retarded to swim.
huge gold trophy May 18,
Cutbacks in RAdm. Lawrence R. Gli Is shown with U. S. rtprestntatlv C. following a banquet at the She has also served as coor-
accounts for of Jacksonville his off let.Admiral Geisa native of Kansas, Shoreham Hotel here.A dinator of military wives to assist
but coffee is not pouDdI.&a.the new Commander, Fleet Air Jacksonville succeeding RAdm. native of Battle Creek Mich., the United Fund Drive in Aurora;
pearing in the He/worth Jr. Bennett is a ranking member of the House Mrs. Squires is the mother of two a member of the Lowry NCO
Wives Club and the Adams
about 180,000,000( Services Committee, while Gels has been Chief of Information daughters. She is presently
lower number of the Navy since October IfM. employed by the Department of Arapahore County FederatedWomen'l
.... the Army. Clubs, Denver.
,
'-1''" Ii' '. I / .' tl When asked about the military Other past affiliations include

life in general, Mrs. Squires, membership in the Navy Relief
stated that'theadvantages are so Society-Great Lakes Auxiliary;

t. ., far greater than any disad- Secretary of the Otsu, Japan
::; ". ', : tj' ,, vantages could be. Military Sister City Committee; and
'" ',' .' } ; ; ; : whole primary organizer of the river
< 't J i., J' :, Wives as a are a con-
I \ J ""j of clean-up, project of that city
;"1<< if )' tributing part today's society
,:. ; I ...... and fortunately they can share which involved over 1,200
.... : .. ,
volunteers each of two Saturdaysin
their talents in so many different
\ a five year project
> !
areas.
\\ : ic :: Mrs. Squires has been a When asked what advice she
;\ member of three different could offer military wives, Mrs.
1.1 federated women's club; founding Squires explained, 'First of all
t 4', .' 1 IfV' President of the Capitol City family unity is of the utmost
., Junior Woman's Club in Lansing importance; secondly, I
'I -', Mich., where she held the State recommend that wives have a
4 I } International Affairs and community project to be in-
a M '> {" 3 t SLAB .: j the Michigan State being just a routine military

_._ _,.1, :.>_ .... .J Federation of Women's Clubs, wife; military wives should
-- --- --"- and was selected Clubwoman of contribute to the betterment of

TECHS GRADUATE. Three senior laboratory technicians at ttte Naval Hotptta Ian the Year in 1970. the community in which they are
; graduated recently after completing 10 weeks of didactic training at the Naval' Medical School In While in Lansing she was residing. It is important to be
I Bethesda and M weeks of practical laboratory work here.The graduates. are HM2 K. Fischer (second Captain of the American Red proud of your Title 'Military
from ,left),HMI J. Crytzer and HMJ C.Seabolt. Pictured with them art LCdr. R. Gay (far .left), chiefof Cross Emergency Room Wife be the first to tell it'
laboratory services Lt. f. Avery, pathologist Capt. C.'W. Lewis Jr., hospital commanding volunteers; member of the mid- As the Military Wife of the
officer Michigan Service Wives Club, Year for 1971, Mrs. Squires will
"r Vietnam and was public relations tour military bases throughout
$ANKAMBMICARD.AMIRICAN fXf HISS_STANDARD : secretary to Mayor Gerald W. the UJS. to meet wives of military
OIL.MASTBRCHARGE Credit Cards HtMrt4IOOSOtlT Lw Graves.A personnel and help sponsor
Advisors real compliment to Mrs various projects. She will also bea
MM.Icar Squires was contained in a letter special guest at the annual
Entitled from Mayor Graves to the editorof convention of the General
the Aurora, Colo. newspaper Federation of Women's Clubs.
which immediately claimed the

wash More Pay Squires family Mayor Graves Jax's
wrote,'Albert Carr once said, 'As GreatestFURNITURE
Jax-Beginning today, certain long as the American people give
officersserving as Vietnam naval their government somethingmore
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY advisers will be entitled to than words, something of Values!

HOURS 8:30 AfvV5:30PM'SlSSB&Ai 'responsiblity pay' in recognitionof themselves American
: the unusual skills and democracy can grow and bear WHOLESALEPRICE
responsibility entailed in their rich fruit.' The key word is TO EVERYONE
assignments. 'give'. While a resident in our
The chief of Naval Operations excellent community, Mrs.
announced the Defense Squires did repeatedly I
Secretary's approval of the 'give'.she gave time and ''rLiAA
LS 'responsibility pay' proposal in effort to projects that were
his Z-gram 90. The message meaningful to the benefit of SUNDAY
states that officers serving in pay someone else.' m p ]
grades 0-3 and 0-4 as Vietnam Besides being a fulltimemOthersecretary.volunteer
naval advisors will receive an in
MAJOR BRAND TIRES SERVICE extra $50 for each month) of their Lansing, she attended Lansing
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR&! assigned tours. Officers serving Community College where she SURPLUS GOODS
SHOCK
in grade O-5 will carried 3.70 while
BATTE1UES SERVICE pay see their a average
S. COMPl.ETE RETREADING paychecks expanded by $100. working on her degree inNMIIIIHMMMIWIIMIMNIMMIIIHNHMHHIMMIMMm DISCOUNT I STORE

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Publisher CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

: Call: 388.2755 : Movie Schedule

JAX AI R NEWS ,

:' NAS Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than

I Tuesday for publication the following Thursday, ... ... .
Ads aft - - -
LATW I IN G E R arriving too late for this deadline will be .
published
the
NAS Cecil I FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher is following weeK unless the
instructed otherwise.. A check or Thursday,July 1 Samantha Eggar and Oliver
money order for the full cost of
the
ad be
must
: received WITH the copy for the ad. Reed. 'R' G (100 mi A3.)
NAS: 'HOTEL' Color drama HOSPITAL: 'A BOY NAMED
4747 San Juan Avenue ": RATE: Minimum charge (lines) $2.00 starring Rod Taylorand Cather.Ine CHARLIE BROWN'

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) 50c Spaak. 'GP' E (125 mins.)
; HOSPITAL: 'HUSBANDS' Monday,July

-- Color drama starring John
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(139 mins.) SCREAM AGAIN' Color horror
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"iff,. !. tN"bv, .." "MENT..."" ...",: ',tt. .,:':1}:." !; starring Vincent Price and
Friday July 2 Christopher Lee. 'G' G (95 mins.)
HOSPITAL: 'LADY IN THE
GENERAL OFFICE 2 BR., Apts. NAS: 'A MAN CALLED CAR WITH GLASSES AND A
Put your office skills to work and earn washer,
SLEDGE' Color western starring GUN'
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you
Apts., 771 1405
wish. NO FEE. Call: James Garner and Dennis
NORRELL Weaver. R' G (90 mins.)
Temporary Services Air HOSPITAL: 'HOTEL'Saturday Tuesday,July 6
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JOE'S HANDY MAN SERVICEThe space for' 2 : ,July 3 NAS: 'DOCTORS WIVES'
Impossible we do Immediately garbage, lawn Color drama starring Dyan
Miracles take a little longer. House $120. NAS: 'A BOY NAMED Cannon and Richard Crenna. 'R'
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SLEDGE' Wednesday,July 7

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Den, Panelled
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10 wks old, $15 each, Phone 2645225.


AKC DOBERMAN 3 Black &PINSCHER tan, 5 red.PUPPIES Wormed, 9.9 Broker "'.
Shots. Female, 171.7360.GEORGE'S &.A 2 carport, $
KENNELS 15 year at 6Vi' .


Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded 3 Bedroom
Pick up & Delivery Available Dining Rm., .
Grooming, Defining & Bathing, patio, garage
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard approx. Vt
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 after 6 p.m.
Edgewood Crt. 389.0064.BEARADIOOR. $

Black Creek' ,
14N
TV ANNOUNCER available. 5."I'
Recorded"" swimming.
message by leading announcer
tells you how. Call any hour. permanent .
355-2944. lots. E.Z'
Asbury on No.
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape MILES
players. At dealers cost to liquidate
stock. Full warranty I Phone 771.0409. 3 BR, Red
combined,
AIRCONDITIONINGSERVICEAuto Bath & Kit.,
AC, Room units, Central Units. drapes, kit
Repairs. Reasonable. unit,Lrg, /
Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. assume VA
3(8-511 Payments $

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surfside auto tour the wheels of antiquity, St. Augustine has Sir Malcolm Campbell
AlA your car will be all but awash by more museums than any other discovered when he was setting
the nearby Atlantic Ocean. But city of its size in the world. Leave speed records on the hard-
100t the scenic sea view is far from your car parked on the grounds of packed sand. Daytona Beach is
BULOW the sole attraction of the ex the castle, if you'd like, and tour still a racing center. Races of
RUINS cursion. You'll also explore the the city by horse-drawn carriage. some sort are going on prac-
0 nation's oldest city, tour historic Crossing the Matanzas River, tically the year round. Ogle the
'" forts, survey the scene where the you leave St. Augustine on Route pretty girls from the 50-foot-wide(
Spaniards slaughtered the AlA and find yourself on concretepromenade.. Have a
French survivors of a hurricane ANASTASIA ISLAND. Pause fora kid's fling on the ferris wheel and
wrecked fleet, and look trained look at the ocean fishing pier dozens of other rides in the
1 porpoises and savage sharks in and'the St. Augustine Lighthouse amusement center. Take a cruiseon
Scale of Miles Daytona the eye.Start: from any point,or .. and the quarries from which the the Halifax River. Heading
o I 10 20
START east on Jacksonville's Spanish cut the coquina blocksfor home, take the inland route.
Beach Beach Boulevard, U. S. 90, to the Castillo de San Marcos' Proceed north on Interstate 95 to
Jacksonville Beach and point construction.The island once the Route 100. Turn right on Route
south on U. S. AlA. Just beyondthe haunt of pirates, is a favoritearea 100 and turn right again onto local
city limits is PONTE VEDRA for modern-day treasure roads. It is advisable to inquire
BEACH. They've built a cutoff hunters. About 14 miles south of locally for exact direction to...
around this unique settlement of St. Augustine is the site of FORT 126m.BULOW RUINS Exciting
the wealthy, but if you'll follow MATANZAS NATIONAL history from the nottoodistantpast
V the ocean drive you'll be MONUMENT, marked by the is found here.Walk about the
NEWEST CONCERT rewarded with the view of its ruins of a stone watchtower on 109-acre remains of a sugar mill
IN,APARTMENT fabulous golf course,oceanfront Matanzas Inlet. This is the spot and plantation known as
UVING homes, and beachside where the Spanish killed the Bulowville. The Indians overranit
1,2 +nd 3 Isdnem, t aid 2 laths clubhouses. On the settlement's survivors of the hurricane- during the Second Seminole
Sp.clwi mmi,wW wW.wi,central south boundary you'll reconnect wrecked fleet attacking St. War.
ht.l ft olr una. Prtart p**'***t" with AlA. At times you'll follow a Augustine. Back on Interstate 95 again.
.ckc, wlmmbj p*.l.n4 party rom ribbon of road with the sea closeon South on AlA again, and Rustic scenery, not as spec-
) 264-8102 your left, the Intracoastal moving from the past very much tacular as the sea view of AlA,
1 l Waterway to your right.jnto... into the present, you come to... but pleasant. Much farm country
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come to the magnificent attractions in Florida, use in Palm Sunday decorations.
CASTILLO DE SAN MARCOS Marineland is built on a sandpit Cattle ranches.: A most pleasant
NATIONAL MONUMENT. Makea beside the Atlantic Ocean. Salt drive all the way into....
long stop here. Stand on the Water is pumped into great .195 JACKSONVILLE.
battlements of the castle and containers for all variety of

watch history come alive before marine life, ranging from crusty
M.e>''Maf! a+H.YM>'''YC!'OU.4N49N7fY1/CH.;; .daaloco )M+.i; ,7 tpY''r.torFi y-o N""poi."r.n y'vaM'l:+'M'"M 4)yEEKEyp
r= 4 : your eyes. Before you is the turtles to sharks, porpoises and a
f oldest city in the nation, foundedin whale. t
I a I I'' 1 1f 1565 by Don Pedro Menendez. Back on AlA, again, you still Ar o
sptCflSl".w..w..N' \ From atop the 12-foot thick wallsof have miles and miles of surf,
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m _. JAX AIR NEWHATWINGER Page 15
New PostgradFor -- :

Self-Scoring CorrespondenceCourses 1


Officers f Have Proven Valuable i
}
Program OpenJaxNavy WASHINGTON-Since Sep- number of the page where he
Pz{ $. tember 1970 new and revised should begin studying before
Naval correspondence courses again attempting to select the
officers who an- have been provided with new self correct answer.if I
ticipate applying for scoring answer sheets. he then selects the correct
Postgraduate education to Preliminary experimental work .answer (a 'C' appears) he scores
enhance their careers now havean Indicates that these answer himself two points.if .
option to pursue their beets provide several ad- he selects two incorrect
education in the college of their vantages in Navy correspon- choices (the same page number
choice through the new CNO dence course training. They are: appears each time) and then
Scholars Program .. Immediate confirmation for uncovers a 'C' he scores himselfone
According to Adm. Elmo the student (an aid to learning); point
Zumwalt in Z-Gram 86, this gives him an incentive to do if he selects three incorrect
program is extended to eligible additional study (can still earn choices, he earns no points.Of .
officers in grades of LCdr and points if he misses on t the first or the approximately 300 officer
below who have completed at second try) and, and enlisted correspon-
least two operational tours within .. Permits self-scoring (saves dence courses administered by
their respective specialty or '* grading time). the Naval CorrespondenceCenter
Officer studentsmay \ The new self-scoring answer Scotia
subspecialty. N.Y. over 60
'
attend any accredited ;\] sheet works like this: courses now have the new self-
the student erases the block .
American college or recognized \, I' : .' scoring answer sheets.As
foreign university for which --w.o.-,. H <-....',J which represents his choice of the courses are revised, self-
language they qualify and can AEC David L Nass, an Instructor at Phase I of NAn '. AE 'A'" correct answer; if a 'C' (correct) scoring answer sheets arA
gain entrance. School, Is congratulated by Cdr. Roy H. Paxson Jr., NATTC's appears, he scores himself three prepared for the revision and it is
The program is directed by the executive officer,after graduating with honors from the Chief Petty points; anticipated that within the next
Chief of Naval Personnel apart Officer's Academy in Pensacola if his choice is not correct, a two years all courses will use
from the regular postgraduate number appears, this Is the them.

program. Eligible officers who Local Chief Graduates ,
submit preference cards for
postgraduate curricula will
automatically be considered by a CPO School with HonorsJax
special panel of the

postgraduates selection board for -On Friday, June 25, AEC Chief Petty Officer Nass, an
the program. At the earliest David L.Nass received a letter of instructor in Phase I of NATTC's
possible date subsequent to
congratulations from NATTC'sExecutive Aviation Electrician's Mate 'A'
selectionfor the program, Officer, Cdr. Roy H. School, enlisted in the Navy in
candidates will visit Bupers and Paxson Jr., for graduating with June 1955. He was stationed with
CNO for a two-day academic honors from the Chief
Petty VP1 at Whidbey Island, Wash.
career counseling while TAD. Officer's Academy in Pensacola.He prior to reporting to NATTC in
Those selected must agree to graduated with honors for his September 1970 for his second
extend their service one year for academic of 85.25. He
average tour of duty here. His first tour of
each six months of education
they was not enthusiastic about going
duty at NATTC was in 1960 when
receive. to the academy but after attending he attended NATTC's Aviation
The program will limit he has high praise for.the Electrician's Mate 'B' School. '
selection to 10 officers a year. school. 'ii BFI a A S A

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v c{ k1bY MEET A MADCOP MARINE SSgt. Gregory M. Ferris receive a
a MATSG Unit Plaque and a hearty handshake from Capt. John H.
b Bower, MATSG liaison officer after being accepted into the Marine
Associate DegreeCompletion Program (MADCOP) The 24-year-old
Marine left MATSG yesterday to study electrical engineering at
L Pensacola Junior College. SSgt. Ferris was a Phase 0 AE 'A' School
1 Instructor.

PROMOTED'- These three officers from the Fleet Inttllfgtnct Center, Europe (FICEUR) here
I were promoted to the rank of lieutenant In ceremonies June 1. They are (I to r) Lt. Donald J. Tucci,
USNR Lt. James E. Stellmacher, USNRand Lt. Jack E. Thurman.

.----------- Merit Promotions ContinueJaxNot '
I ,/ PHONE 388-8S35 II more than 200 petty While results of the last -
I officers will be meritoriously selection' board have not 'been
advanced to P01 and CPO next fully assessed, the Navy will, Special
(! I II May, according to the Chief of continue to advance qualified
Naval Personnel. petty officers who demonstrate
I consistent outstanding per-
.
1249 1251 King St. The decided to continue
Navy formance.The .
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: WANTEDUSED results of the Chief of Naval convene in January to review the
I II Operations pilot program records of personnel recom-
I. CAMERAS AND revealed a number of superior mened by their commanding
EQUIPMENT. WE PAY I performing petty officers who officers. Names of those who are
TOP DOLLAR-388-8535 were not advanced after taking selected will be published in a
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I New Uniform Questions and A nswers I"


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WASHINGTON D.C. (NAV- C. What part did the clothing Our poll indicated that many of G. Is It an effort to stay In the
NEWS-EDITOR'S) NOTE: In Industry, which stands to make a our senior CPO's would prefer no 'straight world
an effort to eliminate some of the bundle off this uniform change change. This is entirely understandable No attempt to conform to a so-
confusion which may currentlyexist play In the Navy's decision however. They called 'straight-world' was ,
regarding the new Navy making process have worked long and hard contemplated. Even today there .". ,
entitled' uniforms( described (fn Virtually none. The major for the right to wear are still some who consider a ,/. '
lat week's edition of the lAX considerations were the strong their CPO uniform, and it will double-breasted suit pretty mod.
AIR NEWS the following Hit of desire for change, the proven be difficult for some to see a II. Has the adoption of many
question and answers It f popularity of the uniform by uniform similar to theirs being old military uniforms by hippies
provided) those now wearing I it, and the issued to recruits. However, I am prompted the change?
obvious advantages of adoptingone sure the vast majority will Understand It had nothing to do with it.As a cl clA clI
l.Wts any consideration given to uniform for all-seaman to the obvious advantages matter of fact, it has really not I
having one color of shoe used all admiral. of this change and will support it been a problem In the least.
4 the time D. Is It part of the effort to wholeheartedly.F. I. Does the Navy consider this
Yes, many times in the past, attract young people to an all When the fashion Is flares Mod
but not as part of this uniform volunteer force? why is the Navy going to straightleg Not particularly. Merely
change. The results of a poll It's certainly related. We need trousers tasteful and fashionable
taken less than a year ago indicated more mature sophisticated It wasn't too long ago when regardless of passing fads in the
more wanted to keep the sailors and we belive this uniform flares were out fashion-wise. 'men's clothing world.
brown shoe than wanted to do of proven popularity will help to Chances are they'll be out again. J.What percentage of E 6's and
{ away with them. I'm sure we'll attract them. There are many However, this Service Dress Blue below opposed changing their
be looking at this issue again. who feel that the traditional sailor uniform has always remained uniform
; uniform or jumper and bell tasteful, attractive and com- Only 20 percent wanted no
bottoms is, for lack of a better pletely in style regardless of fadsor change.K. .
i I' 2. Proposals to change the word-undignified. fashion trends. In a manner of What have been the
:> enlisted uniform have been E. How do the older CPO's speaking, it is timeless, like a statistics gleaned from the
studied for years. feel? classic automobile previous Navy studiespollsamong
I Navymen pro and con by
,I
A. Why was the change ap- year or by study,on the subject of
I proved at this particular time a uniform change?
The results of the poll indicateda FIItIt, : :
strong desire for change. Over ", .' In April 1956, a Navywide poll
80 percent of all enlisted and over S# Indicated 83 percent of 14,500 E-1 ,.
60 percent of all officers wanted to E-6's wanted to retain the
some sort of change. I think we jumper style uniform they were
have a more sophisticated sailor v wearing. Another poll in 1962
in today's Navy and it seems ? .. showed the vast majority were
entirely appropriate that we satisfied with the uniform they
should adopt a coat and uniform \i\, were then wearing.L. .
for him at this time.B. .... How did the Navy find out SECOND CLASS petty officer
Won't this result In a great \ there was discontent over the models the new enlisted
loss for private uniform shops? uniform among the ranks? Service Dress Blue uniform. It
I don't see why that should By conducting the poll to features a double breasted coat,
necessarily be so. There'll determine sentiment for change white ,shirt, straight trousers,
always be a demand for uniforms last December. We are sure of black tie and officer CPO type
besides those available within the our results since they are cap with special insignia.
supply system. Moreover, our representatives of Navywide
introduction date over 2 years sentiment at the 95 confidence was one of the choices in the poll.
hence will permit depletion of .> level.M. However, it did not get a big play
most of the uniforms on hand How long has this :been and adoption of such a uniform
THE NEW ENLISTED mtn'shat with iptcl.lcspd.ylce.)
now. under consideration? would require long periods .of
We've been examining this design and testing.
proposal ever since results of the
poll in mld-January.
N.Do you expect this change to
aid recruiting and retention? tiSLY'S
I think there's no doubt that It
will. Any time we can adopt a
PACK OF4BAMAPecanpjes new item of uniform known to be "Original"BARBQUE
popular with 92 percent of those
wearing it,I think we're on pretty
solid ground.
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JAX AIR NEWS LATWINGER Page
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Arrive Alive .,,.F .. .'., >, I. f.

Safety Campaign ." ., #I. e' 'I(;


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Provides Tips for a Happy 4thIf 'ill 1, I,I


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If you are planning to travel and vacation in the State of Florida this .

be sure to make it a memorable time..one that is summer,
accident free. While such a feat
is not always easy, it can be done if you and your entire family will remember

two words: ARRIVE ALIVE.


of us fall to rememberthis driver is to stay off the highways variably result in serious injuriesto

whether we are traveling on during evening hours. the driver and passengers of

the many miles of Florida's super Statistically, the most dangerous both

highway, parking the car in a hours to drive are from 4 p.m. to 4 cars.Take
cool and shady campground or a.m. This is the time when there Maps Along
walking the streets of our are more intoxicated drivers Knowing the routes you plan to

favorite resort, we are constantlyin than any other period. take to your vacation destinationcan
of being killed Injured save plenty of time and
danger or Remember, one out of every two
by an irresponsible eliminate disputes with other

motorist. During 1970, 2,166 members of the family who insist

people failed to ARRIVE ALIVEat you are heading in the wrong
their destination in Florida. direction The wise traveler A "
reviews the road map each day
Use Safety PrecautionsThe before setting out and knows DRILL TEAM PERFORMS The MATSO Drill Team demonstrates -

key to a safe and enjoyable precisly where to exit and enter their precision marching skills In downtown Jacksonville. .

vacation by automobile is to our high speed limited access Later this month the team will perform the International Moonwalk
exercise caution from the minute
roads. Parade in Cocoa Beach.Marine .
you leave home to the time you
return. The smart Floridian Arrive Alive!

practices good safety habits all To help you have a safer trip, Drill Team Will

year long and not just during the on the highways of the Sunshine

vacation season. State, Governor Reubin Askew is

One of the best tips anyone can .q conducting a combined traffic March in Moonwalk ParadeJax

give a vacationing family is to be enforcement and public

as secure as possible in the car awareness program called

while travelling. Make it a ARRIVE ALIVE. The program is The MATSG Drill Team currently consists of 23 men,
destined to make drivers and
practice to have each member of fx AIV[ pedestrians more alert of the has been invited to participate in including two expert bagpipe
fasten his
the family seatbelt
automobile pq dangers that exist on our streets the International Moonwalk players. Sgt. James E. Tressler,
before the engine is Parade July 24 at Cocoa Beach, team commander, announcedthat
and highways. Throughout your
started. Such action could
ever
the Drill Team will attend a
travels in Florida will be
you Fla.The
life and in all likelihoodwill
save your
will be
seeing and hearing about parade just one special ceremony at Cape
prevent serious injury to the that portion of the Moonwalk Festival Kennedy honoring the astronautsin
ARRIVE ALIVE
a program
occupants should you be involvedin which celebrates the
hundreds of second addition to performing in the
a collision. It is also a good ideato has helped save
death the anniversary of man's first walkon parade.
from on high
persons
be sure the car doors are .. the moon. Astronauts,
locked which will help preventthe ways. celebrities and civic
organization
You and your family are the Became We Care'If
occupants from being thrown insure members will all be present at
that
only ones can your
from the vehicle should FLORIDA GOVERNOR
an accident the event along with represen-
will be memorableone.
vacation a 1Poodle
occur. Reuben Askew displays an habitsat tatives of the Navy and Air G/na
Practice safety
good
Check Speedometer ARRIVE ALIVE auto plate to Force. The Festival is expectedto KastleAll
don't take
all times unnecessary
within the remind all drivers In this state ,
Driving posted speed chances and will draw spectators from all partsof Breed Groomin41105.EDOEWOOD I
limits is a' must for vacationersthat that highway safety is essential I you the Free World.
ARRIVE ALIVE.
be certain to
are making a determined to a happy vacation. The MATSG Drill Team PHONE 117.7131

effort to ARRIVE ALIVE. Speedis

the leading cause of fatal ac- fatal accidents, involve alcohol to

cidents in Florida, and a driver some degree. There is a very thin
that ignores the speed limits is line between a social drinker anda ; IN CONGRESS, JULY 4. '176

just asking for trouble. Besides drunken driverand drunken '.

taking an unnecessary chance drivers kill.Distractions. fit nnQtti11ton Scf1QlItot.. .. .....$tat $ of mcrtcu.At .
in the automobilecan
with the lives of everyone in the 4r.a. .
automobile, there is a good be deadly to a vacationing ', r "

possibility the speeding motoristwill family. Be sure to stow away ,.4..4d.d.44f.r .
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books and
end in court, even if he ample games, coloring -I'fo--.4'""" "I-I( -J AyJ
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doesn't end in the to keep the youngsters -7 ..,d..J -
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will -- opoo '- J./ wI ""' ,; .t "''''fJ!' .u"
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throughout Florida are now using only insure a safer trip, but will .. ;(, J'-.l"-' +t4 -..... J It. ._ ,
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VP-45 15-3 MARTD 7.11
USNII I'M NATTC. 6-12
y Bees 13-5 FWF, 5-13
tf VP-18 12-6 AIMD .t. 1.17
FAETU 9-9
COMFAIRJAX 8-10' National League
I NARTU 13-1
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; 7- q4 Swim Team 679th 11.2
Jax FICEUR 9-5
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MATSG 2-11

i I Annual Meet Weapons GOLF 0-14


4 '- -.. ... ..... -Jax..The Navy Jax Swim American League
Team, directed by Coach Victor
The cost of motor.vthlctt/ accidents for the first two months alone, of 19711 Is estimated at about Abrahamian, finished fourth in NARTU 16-2
$1.45 billion. Disabling lnurlts| were estimated at about 250,000. These art Injuries resulting In the First Annual Jacksonville USNH 12V4-5&
disability beyond the day of accident,and do not Include minor Injuries which probably totaled as Invitational Swim Meet at VP-16 Htt4tt
,, many more. On this 4th of July weekend,whether we are traveling about town or long distance, let's Episcopal High School last MARTD 11-6
ust the three C's of Defensive Driving. CARE, COMMON SENSE and COURTESY. The National weekend. NAMTD 10tt-6tt
Safety Council recommends asyourkeysto happy driving,for with them and defensive drivingyou During the non-qualifing FICEUR 10-8
can help reduce the highway death toll. Don't rely on the other guy-always drive defensively. events Diane Kangas took first MATSG 6-11
place honor in the 11 and 12 Girls Weapons 5-13
50Yard Butterfly and 200 Yard PO'CHOPS 3tt-13V4
Jax Nartu Celebrates 26 Years Medley,and Scott Baltes brought NARF 2-16
! home second place honor in the 10
I and Under Boys 50-Yard National League
! Freestyle. One of the team's VW-4 14-5
Of Naval Air Reserve HistoryJaxWhen newest members, Michael Scott, Air Ops 13-1
won second place in the Boys 8 VP-45 12th.3th
and Under 25-Yard Butterfly and AIMD 12th-7th
Naval Air 100-Yard Individual Medley.In 679th 10th-8th
'Colors' sounded Tuesday morning Jacksonville's
the qualifying events, RobinO'Lcary COMM 7.10
Reserve Training Unit (Nartu) raised their flag for the 8,951 st time to begin its won the 11 and 12 Girls Mar Bu, 7.11
26th ?vear of service. 200-Yard Individual Medley and FAW-11 6*
when Captain Frederick W. the 200-Yard Freestyle. Team FAETU
t There are many memories maintaining standby force: The 6-14
1. wrapped up in the past 25 years, Weekend Warriors of the Naval Prlestman an organizationalcrew mate Patti Milewski snatched COMFAIRJAX 5-13
1 not the least of which is the Air Reserve arrived to set up a reserve first place honors in the 11 and 12 NFO 5U-14U
national mood concerning the In the stand down after the training facility. Girls 100-Yard Backstroke while
military when the first flag was war millions of experienced Capt. Prlestman became Steve Krueger ranked second in
raised over NARTU in 1946. military personnel were Nartu's first commanding officerat the 11 and 12 Boys 100-Yard ARE YOUR
Less than a year before, discharged and returned to their commissioning ceremonies on Backstroke and 100-Yard
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r 4 the process that military un- established training facilities in was off and running. AUTOBAHN
preparedness like that of 1941 or near major population centers Three months later, in September '
f f would be and invited the unit moved to NAS ORDER?
fatal if an enemy staged across the nation
Jacksonville and has been in the ARCCX
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a repeat performance. veterans to participate one
Weekend Warriors weekend each month to retain same location ever since.
To insure against such a replay those skills learned In combat Currently under the leadershipof Ma|or
and to conserve the vast resourceof against the day when they mightbe Captain Hugh J. Tate, Nartu Tune- .
skilled manpower generated needed once again. looks now to the goals and I z U!
Special
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.: -developed put into operation a April 22, 1946 at (then), Naval which will provide memories for
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6nd Tennis TournamentJaxLt. -

Jax-The Jax Fliers ran their received an invitation to the in two runs with two singles and a
record up this week to 5-19 with Glynco Invitational at NAS double.Erdman of the Fliers also
Vic Hamilton of USNH and LT jg.Bob two wins and two losses againstthe Glynco, Ga., July 2-4 Mayport, drove In two runs In a winning
Williams of NARTU will be representing NAS Moody AFB team. Charleston and Glynco teams will effort.
Jacksonville in the 6th Naval District Tennis Tour- Also this week the Fliers also participate.In Despite the 10 strike-out effort
nament. their first loss to Moody, by McClure, the Fliers lost the
Boat Tom Tenhagen of Weapons had a third game 3-2. Pratt drove in a
The tournament will take Club
place July 1246 at Pen- shakey start walking the first run with a single in this game.
sacola, Hamilton and Williams will be competing three batters he faced and The Fliers came back in the
in the open dIvIsIon. allowing five runs in the first fourth game to win by a score of
Meets HereJaxThe inning. The Fliers went on to lose 41. The Fliers had 11 hits in this

84.In game with Thompson, Bombergand
Intramural Softball Begins Navy Jax Power Boat the second game, Tenhagencame Carithers getting two hits
Club will hold its next meeting at back to pitch a 5-0 shutout, apelce. The Moody team only
7:30: Tuesday night at the station allowing only four hits. In this managed five hits off Aguon in
Jax-The NAS JAX 1971 Intramural Softball Championships Sail Club to make plans for a power game Bobby Pratt of VP-45 drove this game.

will begin Tuesday on Mackroth Field.In boat outing July 16.

the first game at 5 p.m. VP-45 will meet VW-4the, The club was established VP-45 Wives Organize

Bees will meet 679th at 7 p.m. and USNH will meet recently for all active duty, I
retired and civil service
FICEUR at 9 per
p.m. sonnel interested in power boat Own Softball Team
The winner of the VP-45 vs VW-4 will then meet the activities. Frequent flotillas,

winner of the Bees vs 679th game. The winner of USNHvs races, parties and picnics are Jax-Patro! Squadron 45 It was a nlp-and-tuck battle all

FICEUR will go on the meet NARTU. There will be a planned for members and their crewmen are known for their the way.There was only one near

total of 14 games. families. participation in sports activitiesat casualty when Amy Dolson was
One of their aims will be to
home and on deployment.
struck in the face by a hard hit
4)) Baseball players may be provide a search and rescue However, it was the wives who grounder to first base.
elected to the Hall of Fame squad for the station. Classes will stole the sports scene last week. Despite the feminine
rQZ during their active career: be held by qualified instructors in appearance
of the VP-45 wives
True or False? water safety. The Officers Wives Club ,
5)) Who was the first man There are currently 19 mem organized a softball game bet. they proved themselves just as
picked in the professionaldraft bers. The club is ween the Pilot wives and the competitive as the men and
1)) Who was the first man to this year? sponsor Capt. TACCO (NFO) wives. Led by extremely skillful on the ball
break the 4 minute mile William Sizemore, the station'snew
mark? 6)) What team upset the number executive officer. hard-slugging Shary Jones, the field.

2)) What is the world's richest football one-ranked and basketball teams this in For information about the club, dainty TACCO wives defeated the
horse race? ? call Ext 3313 and talk to Capt. Pilots 1311. ..ter.
year
3)) What are the Ryder Cup Jack Bowers.
7)) Modern baseball dates backto Take
Matches? 1901. When was the first your baby

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8)) Who invented basketball? t\ 1 E KE ?5 ra E .-..
9)) May chess be played on a
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