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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: July 8, 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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1 : 7 Air Show Schedule


11:00.11:1Sa.m. Chuttng Star*Make First( Jump
llJ5a.m.'JOOp.m.M:15a.m.J00p.m.: Model Airplane! Show

Introduction and Coke Cutting
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,. rye 4y I:JS..J:30 p.m. Helicopter Rescue Demonstration .

L.0 I" _ _ _ 1:30-2:00 p.m. Final Jump by Chttng Stan1:30p.m
Take off and Flyby' ,A-5 aircraft
z 1 '' 5 200-2JOp.m. Glider Demonstration
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,RAdm. Lawrence Geis will assume command of Fleet

Air Jacksonville Tuesday at a change of command

I It DECLARES RESERVE DAY-Jacksonvllk'i Mayor Hans Tanzkr signs a proclamation declaring ceremony in Hangar 1000 at 10 a.m.
: Sunday to be Naval Air Reserve Day while Capt. Wilson McCulley I Jr., Nartu's executive officer,
The former Chief of Information In 1943.
I looks on. Mayor Tanxler called upon all Jacksonville citizens to express their appreciation and
:!f support for the Naval Air Reserve by attending the Air Show and Open House here Sunday in for the Navy is to In subsequent assignments he
I,f celebration of Nartu's 25th anniversary. The air show, which features the Blue Angels, will also relieve CapL Vernon Micbeel, served with Patrol Bombing
, J commemorate naval aviation's 40th anniversary and NAS Jacksonville's 31st birthday. who assumed temporary com Squadron 54 in the South Pacific
i .. mand following RAdm. and participated in the Palau,
, 1 Lawrence Heyworth's Leyte, Mlndoro and Lingayen
reassignment to Hawaii. Gulf campaigns. He received the
A native of Salina, Kansas, Air Medal for flying combat
If RAdm. Gels joined the Naval missions against the Japanese
Academy in 1935. He was forces thereIn
r-:: !- 1 L graduated with a bachelor's 1965, he became chief of the

! degree In science and was U. S. Naval mission to Brazil,
commissioned an ensign in 1939. with headquarters in Rio de .

f VOL. 29 NO. 16 n_U.__S.____NAVAL_ ___ m_ AIR STATION,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, __ __JULY____ __,_ 1971___ __ Ills first assignment was as Janerio, with additional duty as
. assistant gunnery officer aboard chief of the Navy Section,
I the USS He Assistance
battleship Maryland. Military Advisory
t .;. Mad Foxes later served aboard the destroyerUSS Group, Brazil
Mahan at Pearl Harbor at He was awarded the Legion of
the time of the Japanese attack Merit for exceptionally
there in 1941.During meritorious service there.
Return To DenJaxFour the war he fought in the Prior to his assignment as
. battles of Marshall Islands and Chief of Information in October
\. Midway until his detachment for 1968, RAdm. Geis commanded
flight training at Pensacola in Carrier Division Four aboard the
D I' r months of deployment ended for the Mad 1942. H e became a naval aviator carrier USS America.

Foxes of VP-5 as their commanding officer, Cdr. George

Barker, led the remainder of the squadron back to their

, 'den' here Friday afternoon. The other crewmen had Widow Receives AwardsJax I

,arrived,earlier in the week.

-Mrs. Wanda Mae Can- Cannington received posthumous
Cdr. Barker was greeted on the operational com
many nington, the widow 'of Chief awards last week at the station's
ramp Hangar 1000 by Capt W. mittments, the Mad Foxes still
fN J. Vaught, commander Fleet Air found time to think of their fellowmen Hospital Corpsman Charles W. parade grounds.Mrs. .
r Wing 11. in the host countries. Cannington's husbandwas
VP-5left its home base in early among the 74 men missing
The Rota launched
March to man two sites Rota, of international group a when the USS Frank Evans
in the campaign scope collided with HMS Melbournetwo
Spain, and Lajes AFB
to aid an orphan's school in the
the ago. Chief Can-
years
Azores thereby becoming
town of Jerez, Spain. While the
nington heriocally elected to help
first FAW 11 squadron to operate Mad Foxes wives collected used
WELCOMED ABOARD after from two locations. others rather than escape himself
clothing here In Jacksonville, the and lost when the bow of the
four month deployment with hisa was
On deployment, the Rota in rounded
men Spain up large
sank and water rushed into
squadron is VP-5 commanding ship
detachment flew anti submarine amounts of food. All was
officer, Cdr.George Barker His the compartment
the entire
patrols over presented to the children as a
family and Capt. William Mediterranean Sea, from the personal gift from the United Capt. John E. Kennedy, the
Vaught, commander Fleet Air Straits of Gibralter to the far States. commanding officer of the Naval
Wing 11, met him on his return northern Aegean Sea, while the t r Air Technical Training Center,
here Friday afternoon. Lajes detachment patrolled an Meanwhile, the Lajes: detach presented Mrs. Canninton and

area extending from the Cape ment tapped the services surplus her son David 8, the Navy and
-What's InsideAir Verde Islands north to Iceland 'supplies system and some much. Marine Corps Medal, the
needed bed linen for home for
a Service Medal
west to
and from Portugal National Defense
Show Highlights Pages 8&9 Bermuda.The the elderly in the island of Ter- with one bronze star, the Vietnam
ceria in the Azores. They also
entire Service Medal with one bronze
11 flight crews
Club Schedule Page 2 joined in ohe Lajes Air Base
supported by hard working, star and the Republic of Vietnam
armed Forces Day of Terceria.
professional maintenance men Campaign Medal.
Menu Page 2 succeeded in than Now home for short '
logging more a post
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3500 hours accident free flying in deployment stand down period, Evans, Chief Cannington was
Movie ; Page JJ the worst weather corditlons the VP-5 will begin an intensive Capt. Kennedy, NATTC CO, stationed at the Naval Hospitalhere.

Atlantic and Mediterranean had retraining period in preparationfor presents medals to Mrs. Can. .
Sports Page 15 to offer. However, with all their receiving new aircraft nington and her son.
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VP-45 HonorecJax 1 For Rescuing British Navy Fliers .

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Dental Exams Offered

VP-45 and the crew A message from VAdm. R. L. they received the.SAR message.
members of Plane 23 were Townsend of ComNavAlrLant They arrived at the scene and

For Young Dependents praised last week for their role in also commended the per dropped the downed crew In-
the rescue of the downed crew of formance of NAS Jacksonville flatable liferafts. The VP 45
British Royal Navy F 4 Phantom and Patrol Squadron 45 for their crew then remained on the scene
Jax-The NAS Dental Clinic Is scheduling ap Aircraft operating from the .apparent aggressive development giving directions to SAR

pointments for dependent children, age six to 23 whose aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal.Lt. of their SAR capability in helicopters and after recovery
sponsor's birth month Is July. Call Ext 3504 for an ap Richard Dolson, who the Jacksonville area. escorted the copters back
commanded Plane 23, and his The British fliers last
pointment.Each ejected The members of Lt Dolson'screw
crew received a 'Well Done'from week when their disabled aircraft included Lt. Roy Capshaw,
the Commander Fleet Air
developed engine trouble about 75 Lt (jg) LeonTempel, ADJ1 P. J.
child will receive oral stannous 11 which praised their
an exam a Wing miles east of Mayport Kurek, AWAN Wes Bowlby,
flouride treatment and oral hygiene information.MWXX&mt smooth and prompt response to Lt. Dolson and his crew were on ATAN Harold Damron and

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

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

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Weekly, 1971 Club Schedules


TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY July 13 July 14,

July 8 July 9 July 10 July 11 July 12



The

Pirates Phil The The Ronnie The and The A mer ca's Beach
the Beach
and Dark Soul Phases Children Cats
Cab
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Fried
Cocktail Pot Roast Bobby Helms Mark Castle 'Drink of, Smothered Chicken
A Hour
cey-Ducey of and and his Steak Happy Hour
7.9 p.m. Beef
The Goodtlmers Group 4:30-6: p.m
Club Advisory Go-Go Girl Bar Rum

Board Meeting 11.1 p.m.



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CPO The The Happy Hour Brown Beef Happy Hour

The Royal The Blue Angels 4:30-6:30: Steak :30-6:30: :
Club Blue Beach Cab Requesters Show $1'35 .




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Officers Sexton at the A Latarte
Beefeaters The 'TWOFERS'F II CLOSED
for Happy am y Organ Menu
Club Night Clubs Four Hour Buffet .

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Pirates CPO Officers Acey-Ducey SupportCove

Club Club Club eia&irQe

Monday thru Thur

11 '.m. to Midnight Sunday thru ThurSday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday Your
Friday 11 '.m., to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 '.m. WEEKDAYS '

.11 '.m. to 2 a.m n..m..n p.m
Friday IL Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday GALLEY NO. Is Breakfast-to 7:30 a.m. Dinner a.m. to 1 p.m.; Supper-4
Saturday 11 '.m. to 1 I.m. 11a.m..11pm. Noon to Midnight to 5:30: p.m. Sandwich line served at dinner only.
9 a.m to 2 '.m. Fri.Sat GALLEY NO. 3: Breakfast-SJ3 to 7 a.m.; Dinner.11 a.m. to 12:30: p.m.;
na.m..1..m. Monday thru Thur dub Supper to 615: p.m. Sandwich line open In Wings 5 and 6 at dinner only.
Sundaya.m WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
9 to Midnight. 11 a.m.: to Midnight BOTH GALLEYS: Early Breakfast-6:30: to 8:30: a.m.; Brunch-9:30: a.m. to
17:30: p.m.; Supper-4 to 5:30: p.m.
COMRATS prices: Breakfast-25 cents Dinner and Brunch-70 cents Supper-5S
Teen Club HappeningsTomorrow \ cents The following-meriu'Is served at both galleys.
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features the Friday,July SANDWICH LINE. Grilled Ham
night Magic Rain. Admission will be$1.00 for BREAKFAST ..
Hominy Grits,
and
burgers Cheeseburgers.
members and $1.50 for nonmembers.The Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order, .
Teen Club Pool Party originally scheduled for July 13 has been A ID W Grilled French Toast with Maple Meat SUPPER Sauce &Spaghetti Meatballs,with Pizza Italian Pie,'
changed Wednesday evening,July 14,at the CPO pool There will bea Syrup, Home Fried Potatoes, Toasted Cuban Sticks, Parmesan
charge of 25 cents for members and guests.The patio snack bar will Creamed Pastry. Dried Beef,Assorted Danish Cheese Broccoli Spears, Seasoned

be open for refreshments, and a juke box available for dancing. The mw m DINNER. Oyster Stew Deep Fat Green Peas, Blueberry Pie.

pool party will be from 7 until 10 p.m. Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf
A record hop will be held at the Teen Club on Friday July 16 from 8 Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy, Baked Tuesday..,July 13
BREAKFAST Cooked Farina,
Macaroni with Tomato and Cheese,
until 11:30: p.m. Admission is free to members 50 cents for non-
Boiled Pinto Beans, Buttered Brussels Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to
members. Refreshments, pool and ping pong are available. Sprouts, Banana Cake with Vanilla Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash, Soft-
Topping. Hard Cooked Eggs,Choice of Bacon or
Seafood DinnerJax PROTESTANT SANDWICH LINE. Grilled Cheeseor Ham, Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted
Family Night
:
NAVAL AIR STATION Grilled Hamburgers. Cake Doughnuts.
SUPPER .. Ginger Pot Roast of ..
,
DINNER Cream Tomato
of Soup
SUNDAY
-Take the family out for a delicious seafood dinner July 15th. Beef, Natural Gravy, Franconla Chicken Cacclatore, Snowflaked
Plan to attend Family Night at Galley One. Potatoes, Hot Spiced Beets Banana Potatoes, Hot Baking Powder
The menu will include Shrimp Gumbo, Fried Niantic Scallops, Holy Communlon-8:30: a.m. at Cake with Vanilla Icing.Saturday Biscuits, Cranberry Sauce, Okra &

Ocean Perch, Breaded Shrimp, Au Gratin Potatoes, Buttered Spinachand All Saints Chapel. Church Schoolall Tomato Jumbo, Seasoned Green
O'Brien Corn. There will also be assorted salads and desserts. ( ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel BREAKFAST ..,July 10 Beans, Yellow Pound Cake.

Drinks will include'Niantic Punch',Coke, Sprite, and beer. Annex. Divine Worship 10:30: at Chilled Pineapple Juice Hominy, Fried Grits Eggs, SANDWICH LINE -. Simmered
Reservations may be made by calling 3302 or 3257. All Reservationsmust All Saints' Chapel. to Order, Scrambled Eggs with Frankfurters with Sauerkraut, Ham

be made by Tuesday. Supper will be served from 5 to 6:30: p.m. Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Cheese, Choice of Luncheon Meat, and SUPPER Cheese on. Rye. ,
Baked Veal Loaf Brown
High) 10:30 a.m. at An Pork Sausage, Baked Pork &; Beans,
: Chapel
All guests must be accompied by their active duty sponsor. Prices are Assorted Cake Doughnuts. Gravy, Buttered Egg Noodles
55 cents for persons on ComRats, 65 cents for adult guests and 30 cents nex. Junior and senior youth BRUNCH Fried Eggs to Order, Seasoned Greens, Boiled Pinto Beans,
for children under 12. Fellowship: p.m.at Bldg. 722. Hot Roast Pork Sandwiches, Break. Yellow Pound Cake.WednesdlyJuly.
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at fast Meats, French Fried Potatoes,
small Chapel. Chilled Apple Sauce, Baked Beans, 14
Peach Shortcake with Whipped BREAKFAST. Hot Oatmeal l, Fried
Tuesday Topping, Assorted Cake Doughnuts. Eggs to Order, Minced Beef on Toast,
JAXAIR NEWS Senior Choir-Rehearsal-7 p.m. SUPPER .. Tomato Soup, Bar- Hash Browned Potatoes, Choice of
at Bldg.750 and Christian Science becued Sauce, Barbecued Chicken, Luncheon Meat Pork Butts, Assorted
Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Cake Doughnuts.
NAVALIIOSIITAL Seasoned Carrots, Southern Style DINNER .. Vegetable Soup, Pan
Greens: Peach Shortcake with Roast of Pork Loin, Brown Gravy,
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Divine Worship-10 a.m. Whipped Topping. Snowflaked Potatoes, Mashed Sweet

distributed each Thursday at the 17. S. Naval Air Station NA TIC Potatoes Apple Sauce, Buttered Com
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Divine Worship-11 a.m. at BREAKFAST Sunday. July 1 on the Cob, Banana Cream Pie.

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 500. Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Oatmeal Hot Cakes, Fried SANDWICH LINE. Variety Meat
with
Sandwiched
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box 2. NAS Maple| Syrup| Choice of Bacon or SUPPER or Beef Grilled Cheese. Fried
-- Suklyakl
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication News CATHOLIC Assorted Ham, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Liver and Onions, Steamed Rice*-
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St. BRUNCH Danish. Pastry Pickled Beets, Buttered June Peas,
3119. Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Breakfast Meat- Fried Eggs to Order Iced Coffee Rings.
or Grilled Ham'Frled
p.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- burgers, French

"Everything advertised in this publication) must be made Monday-11 a.m. Tuesday throughFridayll:30 Pastry Baked,Pork& Beans, Assorted Potatoes Danish, BREAKFAST Thursday-. ,Hominy July 15 Grits,

available purchase, use patronage without regard to race : a.m. Saturday Whipped Strawberry Topping. Shortcake with Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggsto

creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Confession 10:30: and 11:15: a.m. SUPPER .. Cream of Potato Order, Grilled Pineapple Hot Cakes
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Country Fried Steak, Brown Gravy Soup,, with Bacon Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or

opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print NATTC Whipped Beans, Potatoes, Boiled Navy Assorted Baked Cake Doughnuts.Pork and Beans,
Buttered
that Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. Bldg. Mixed Vegetables, .
advertising from source Strawberry Shortcake DINNER Tomato Rice Soup, Cold
500. Topping with Whipped Platter of Sliced Ham. Bologna,

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Salami, Luncheon Meat, Cheddar
Cheese
Monday July Cold Potato Salad, Hot Baked
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concerning such should be directed to: Beans, Chilled
Tomatoes, Blueberry
A gold mine near Johnsville, FBdEEggsAoTOrder Grit. Pie.
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Calif., may have been the homeof with French Toast
America's first ski Maple Syrup, Choice
lift. In of Pork
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 the 1860's, skiers slid down the Sausage Pork & Beans or Luncheon, Meat, Baked SANDWICH Variety Meat LINE Sandwiches.- Grilled Cheeseor
Pecan
Telephone 388-2755 mountain slope there on Sundays Rolls
riding up again aboardthe Pot DINNER Cheese Soup, Yankee SUPPER -. Swiss Steak with
VOL. 29 NO. 16 JULY 8, 1971 mine's chain line ore buck Scalloped Roast of Beef, Natural Gravy, Tomato Sauce, Whipped Potatoes,
eta. Potatoes, Buttered Spinach, Club Spinach, Buttered Mixed
Cream Styled Corn, Blueberry Pie Vegetables, Blueberry Pie.PAGE .



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\ NATTCenter Student Receives .





Recognition for Combat Duty ,




,,1I Jax-A01 Robert A. Harvey, a Petty Officer Harvey has been In Helicopter Attack Light
I "iI student at NATTCenter's the Navy for 19 years. lie Squadron Three in Vietnam. He
I I Aviation Ordnance 'B' School, reported to NATTC in April of presently resides in Orange
I II was awarded a Vietnamese this year following his tour with Park.
Citation and a certificate of
outstanding achievement at the ....I r "'\.'
personnel inspection conductedon 'yr Yi'r
the Parade Grounds June 30.

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.j,1t Capt. John E. Kennedy,
r t NATTC commanding officer,
: presented the award.


The Vietnamese Citation: was
for Petty Officer Harvey's outstanding P
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functions as a machine-
Y gunner which caused heavy n
casualties to the enemy in the F L
reoccupation of a precipitous
mountain In the Kampuchla,

Vietnam frontier on May 18, 1970 .,
while stationed with Helicopter
Attack Light Squadron Three.
The certificate of outstanding ,
achievement was for the

initiative and enthusiastic spiritbe FOR VIETNAM DUTY-A01 Robert A. Harvey of the AO 'B' School
displayed, and his outstanding here is congratulated by Capt. John E. Kennedy after
devotion to duty ,while per receiving a Vietnamese Citation and a certificate of outstanding

ABOARD THE ARK ROYAL-The Marine Drill Team of the Marine forming his assigned mission in achievement for his noteworthy performance as a machine gunner In
Vietnam.A .
Aviation Training Support Group (MATSG) her presents arms to the Vietnam.

crew of the British aircraft carrier, H.M.S. Ark Royal,'which visited native of Jamestown, N.Y.,
Mayport last week. The Drill Team was directed through per
formance of precision marching and expert rifle manual techniquesby
Team Commander, Sgt. James E. Tressler. The performance was R N/' '1
part of a goodwill visit_MATSG paid to the Royal Navy last Friday.


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FCiL irEo% Weapons Loses Experience I IOn



June 30, Weapons Dept. '
once again retired a lot of ex- ,
perience this time 115 years. It
seems that with the passing of y'
time the Weapons Dept., is
retiring all of their old salts. We

hope that these Navy men are .
passing on all of the information IJ,1.f. .
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that they have obtained over the iik
Ik L t FTTMT1P years t t ';

At the ceremonies Lt. C.E. a'n'

Howie, CW04 E.A. Kopchinsky, t i .. '
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CW04 W.E. Eggers and GMTC '." fi" "

...,,, ... .. ... ... Monte Ferrell all indicated that .,\'ft." -. ""- t .JIIIt 1I1"1"lfIi"" if\ '" -: they were planning to stay in the r,, ", '': """ 't'J..t. ":: .
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M YEARS GOES TO PASTURE. LCdr. I.E. Eagtrton was piped Jax.Jirea.So if you gentlemen at ; "; 5+ i1
over the side on the 30th of June with 21 yean service. On hand for the the weapons Dept., need any r" : : ; : '.

I' ceremonies were Mr. Eagerton's wife, June and their four children. 'expert help' I'm sure that the ',",,.....ti' (.t.
There were Letters of Appreciation read by Capt. T.T. Coleman for hit retirees would be more than gladto .., r... .' IothI.f "' '\ !I.;.. /: ... f'
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Jax New provisions for the the U.S. must have an Import accompanied by the required
importation of privately owned Permit instead of the DD Form form or permit will be detainedby
firearms and ammunition into 1252. Applications for these U.S. Customs and stored at a
the United States have recently permits are made on State facility designated by U.S.
been set in a message to aU Department Form DSP38. Customs to await the issuance of
military commands. Weapons and ammunition not required authorization.
According to this message, all
personally owned firearms of
Navy personnel will have to be
packed and crated with the articles Bronze Star Holder
of extraordinary value and
shipped with the bulk of
household goods. Ends Navy Career
Before this is done, however, '.
DD Form 1252 must be attachedto FRIENDLY ASSISTANCE-The entire flight Engineer Branch at
the shipment of household Warfare VP-4S turned out to give their moral support to Flight Engineer AEI'G'
Jax Lt. Elmer F. Bollenberg Range at Astor, Fla.
This is
form
statementby
goods. I
a closed 'W' Rodgers when ht reenlisted during a recent ceremony con-
the Commanding Officer or a Navy career spanning 30 Lt. Bollenberg is a graduate of ducted by Cdr. C.F. Cook.
his duly designated representative years of service June 24 during a Class 'A' and 'B' Ordnance
that the shipment contains ceremony conducted at the Schools; Class 'A', 'B' and 'C
only privately owned weapons or Pinecastle Electronic Warfare Bombsight Schools; Air Bomber
ammunition previously taken out Range by NAS Commanding School; Fairchild Camera
of the U.S. or shipped from the Officer Capt. John R. Kincaid.Lt. School; NAMTD Ordnance
U.S. and now being returned to Bollenberg enlisted in the Weapons School; and Officer
the U.S. Navy on March 19, 1941 and Indoctrination School at Pen-
started his career as an ap sacola, Fla.
The DD Form 1252 must also prentice seaman in Norfolk, Va. His awards include the Bronze
contain a description of the Subsequently, on May 3, 1961, he Star with Combat 'V' Air Medal,
firearm or ammunition to be was commissioned a lieutenant Navy Commendation Medal with F ,
imported, including type, model, (junior grade). Combat'V', Good Conduct Medal
caliber-gauge, serial number and Throughout his years of (sixth award), Korean Service
barrel length if a firearm or a military service, Lt. Bollenberg Medal, National Defense Service
size if ammunition.This served many tours of sea and Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, '''w '
DD Form 1252 must be These included Vietnam Medal '
foreign duty. Campaign 1.t
placed in a waterproof envelope Bomber Patrol Squadron One; Philippine Liberation Medal, ;;
attached to the exterior of the Fleet Asiatic-Pacific Medal
Composite Squadron 772; Campaign
container in which the firearm is Naval Ordnance Facility, with seven stars, Korean
specifically located. Yokosuka, Japan; Attack Presidential Unit Citation, World .
Any firearms that are shipped Squadron 22; Attack Carrier Air War II Victory Medal and Navy -
overseas by a member on active Wing Seven; Observation Occupation Service Medal.If .
duty and transferred to another Squadron 67 in Thailand and CAREER CLOSES-Lt. Elmer F. Bollenberg receives plaque and
member on active duty outside Naval Mobile Air Training Unit you have a water mattress, congratulations from NAS Commanding Officer Capt.John R. Kincaid
He also served at of during I retirement ceremony at the Pinecastle Electronic Warfare
a variety the first thing you look for in a
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II Nine Careers End at NAS Retirement Ceremony 1

the Air Operations Navy Midshipman School, North.
JAX Seven officers and two Capt Ley's awards include the and Heavy Photographic retired from here after more than western University; Navy Supply
chief petty officers made their Navy Commendation Medal, Squadron 62. lie also served Department service. His Center, Athens, Ga., Naval
final salutes June 30 as they were Naval Reserve Medal, American aboard a variety of Navy shore 20 years of Navy service began in Station, Green Cove Springs
piped over the side during a Medal Asiatic-Pacific bases. active military
Campaign when he was a Fla; Navy Finance Office'
retirement at World War II LCdr.Sheldon Febnary 1949 ,
ceremony Hangar Campaign Medal, the Naval Air Jacksonville; Armed Forces
117 here. Victory Medal National Defense LCdr. George M. Sheldon,enc, Midshipman at
in
Capt.Loy Service Medal and the Armed retired after completing more Basic Training Command his Staff College, Norfolk, Va., and
Capt William W. Loy, USNR, Forces Reserve Medal. than 24 years of Navy service. lie Pensacola. lie received his most recent assignment at the
retired from the post of NAS Cdr.Weir began his career as a Mid- commission as an ensign and was Supply Department here.
\ executive officer after com Cdr. Gavin Weir ended a 28- shipman at the U.S. Naval designated a Naval Aviator on Lt.Riley
pitting more than 28 years of year career that began on March Academy in Annapolis, Md., March 14, 1951. Lt John F. Riley ended a Navy
k military service. He began his 3, 1943 when he became an where he graduated and was He has served tours of sea or career that has spanned more
Navy career in July 1942 as a Aviation Cadet at the Naval Pre- commissioned an ensign in June foreign duty with Composite than 30 years. His active service
I Naval Cadet at the Naval Air Flight School at Monmouth, 111. 1946. In October 1949 he receivedhis Squadron 62, Light Photographic began in May 1941 when he joined
Training Command in Pensacola. lie was commissioned an ensign designation as a Naval Squadron 62, Attack Squadron the Navy as an apprentice
t On Oct 22, 1943, be received his and designated a Naval Aviatoron Aviator. 106, USS Shangri La (CVA-38) seaman at Naval Training
( commission as an ensign and was Sept. 20, 1944. LCdr. Sheldon is a graduate of and Navy Research and Center, San Diego, Calif. On
t designated a Naval Aviator. His most recent shore the School of Naval Justice, Fleet Development Unit, Vietnam. March 15, 1962 he was com
life tours of sea and foreign assignment was here at NAS Sonar School, Chaplain's School missioned a lieutenant (junior
I duty included the USS Raleigh, where he was officer-in-charge at and the Naval Post Graduate LCdr.Yearous is a graduate of grade) and designated as a
Helicopter Antisubmarine Air Operations. School in Monterey, Calif. His Flight Training at Pensacola and limited duty officer.
Squadron Three and Lighter. LCdr. Highleyman awards include the Distinguished the School of Naval Justice at Lt Riley is a graduate of AMD
than-Air Patrol Squadron One. LCdr. Searle F. Highleyman, Flying Cross,Air Medal with four Newport, R.I. 'A' School, AD 'B' School, AD 'C
He also served aboard several formerly of the Air Operations stars, Korean Presidential Unit lie has been awarded the School, ABC Warfare Defense
shore stations during his career. Department here,ended a Career Citation, Navy Unit Commendation National Defense Service Medal, School, Supervisor Training Jet
which began in June 1945 when he with one star, Navy Republic of Vietnam Campaign Engine 'C' School and F2H 'C
joined the Navy as a seaman Occupation Medal, American Medal, Vietnam Service Medal School.He .
apprentice. Campaign Medal and many and the Republic of Vietnam has been awarded the
In June 1951 he graduated from others. Honor Service Medal. Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal
the U.S. Naval Academy and was LCdr. Yearous LCdr.ZillaLCdr. with 13 Stars, Presidential Unit
commissioned an ensign. Two LCdr. Glenn W. Yearous LaVern C. Zilla retired Citation with two stars,
l years later he received his after more than 29 years of Navy American Defense Service
designation as a Naval Aviator. service. On Dec. 2, 1941 he beganhis Medal, American Campaign
\ LCdr. Highleyman served career as a storekeeper third Medal, Good Conduct Medal with
tours of sea and foreign duty with class at the Naval Training five Stars, World War II Victory
the USS Badoeng Straight (CV- Center,Great Lakes, Ill. Later he Medal and National Defense
116)), Fighter Squadron 51, Utility was advanced to the rate of chief Service Medal.
I, Squadron Seven, Composite disbursing clerk and was sub- Chief Ashley
\ Photographic Squadrons 61 and II' sequently appointed as a warrant Chief Petty Officer Vernon C.
\ 63, the USS Ticonderoga (CVA- officer. Ashley retired after more than 30)
\i 14)), Heav) \ttack Squadron 123, f A graduate of the Navy Supply years of military service. He
I Capt. Loy Corps School, LCdr. Zilla has served tours aboard USS
served tours of shore duty at the Washington (BB-56)); USS E.A.
I IK I BBS J_ Ii Separation Center, Minneapolis, Green (DD-711)); USS Steinaker
REGENCY TOYOTA LCdr. Sheldon Minn.; ComFairJax, Fla.; U.S. (DD-863); USS Cony (DDE-506);

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Chief Petty Officer Archie R.
Smitherman closed a career of
more than 22 years of military
service. He joined the Navy
during the Korean Conflict and
I' served aboard a wide variety of
ships and shore stations
BEAT THE throughout his career.
His awards include Good
\\ \ Ji Conduct Medal (sixth award),
% Korean Service Medal, China
HEAT !I \ Service Medal, Armed Forces
.. Expeditionary Medal and
National Defense Service Medal
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I: Blue-Angels To Perform, At .Tax Air Show SundayJaxThe

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demonstratetheir flown with the wingmen some of the record setting
Blue Angels, formed here at NAS fashioned to
officially known as the Jacksonville inJune 1946 planes and their tucking their wings behind performance flight
U.S. Navy Flight and LCdr. Roy Voris was skills. the leader's, their characteristics of the
Demonstration Team, selected to organize and Wth overlapping wings, canopies about three feet Phantoms, unobtrusivelyand
have thrilled millions of lead the team. they change speeds from from his wing tips. After simultanesouly
spectators with spec- The four Hellcats of the nearly supersonic to just each maneuver, while the exhibiting the precise
tacular demonstrations of original team performed a above a stall, assuming formation reverses timing and teamwork
precision aerobatic and combat routine, preten- different formations course, the Blue Angels which is a tradition in

formation flyging for a ding to shoot down a several times during the solo pilots demonstrate naval

quarter of a century.In training plane painted a show.
performances aroundthe Zero. Since that time, the The two solo 'Blues' u w
'
world, they demon- Angels have added to their were the first pilots in the w '

strate the same routine a four plane line world to fly supersonic jetsin 'i # W; r
maneuvers taught to every abreast loop, the inverted a 'back to back' pi'
Navy pilot in flight 'fleur de lis', tuck formation with the top
training. However, these under break and echelon plane inverted and the
maneuvers are exhibitedto landing all flown in dose second snuggled un-
perfection when flown formation.The derneath, right side up, ru7 aviation.'A"
by the skillful Angel pilotsin Blue Angels take at close formation By any'
their Mach 2 Phantoms.The pride in the demanding measure, the Blue Angels
original team was program they have today display an and aerial

professionalism which is

seldome matched ... and
never exceeded. \
Sunday, the Blues will S ,,
demonstrate an echelon, in : '
:
which they execute rolls i'f
and changeover rolls. In

the diamond, they roll,
loop and execute the
beautiful 'fleur de lis' \ .
breakup. The Blue Angel '
Diamond seems to hang in Chuting Stars Will ; :

the air as they demon- ,

<.', :, strate a. slow pass at
r carrier landing speed, Demonstrate Falls j

with gear and flaps down

I',1 ..:.,.e 'w 1r4 and engine air streaming Jax-Directing a parachute landing at a tiny four-inch disc on the
''V'.' ...' ,,,, "...A. .,'I It over the wings to create ground is an'accuracy jump rarely attempted by the lessthanexpertsport
,: .... \t.w.,1Itt.._ ..,: boundary layer effect parachutist.
However this is just one of many jumps which will be demonstrated
All,these maneuvers are here'at the Blue Angels Air Show and Open House by the Navy's top
parachute team-the Chuting Stars.
Established at Pensacola in 1960, the Chuting Stars, have developedthis
.
<: ; iJ:;' unique talent through years of training,long hours and hard work.
The Stars began working toward their goal of being the top competitive
jThe t :,;. parachutists long before they officially established, and
today, they have progressed from local competitions to national
: championships held each year.
The team was formed to promote understanding and good will
between the Navy and the public. Each man is a dedicated Navyman,
capable of demonstrating the technical excellence demanded in
W\ ORANGE today's modern Navy as well as exemplary military and social con-
duct, discipline and personal experience.
PARK During a five year period, team members have taken first place 17
t. : times and have placed second 61 times. competition in the middle
(III Northeast Florida's eastern area, the Stars have put a total of seven men in one of the top
ten final standing slots since 1966.
Newest and FinestAccomodatlons
In their amazing performance here Sunday, the Stars will demon-
LEWIS KINO,Organ& Piano I I I I I I strate the ability of a jumper to free fall while moving horizontallyacross
DICK WILLIAMS, Drum the ground and maneuver to a selected landing point.
....THEy SING AND SWINGI In another routine, a free falling parachutist will demonstrate his
ability to increase or decrease his fall.
All week including Sundays
/;<. The spiral or'rope trick'will be performed by two jumpers who exit
l)' LOUNGE OPEN 11 AM.2 A.M. DAILY / their aircraft at 10,000 feet and then maneuver together. One jumper
";: SUNDAYS 1 P.M. til 11 P.M.WITH MEALS passes a lanyard about eight feet long to his jumpmate. Both jumpers
Hot and Cold :}#; back away, raise one leg and begin a spiral motion emphasized by the
FREE Hors d'ouevres ./ Q trailing smoke..
: HOUR The grand finale of the show is the star burst and involves four
COCKTAIL 3P.M.-7 P.M.
jYY jumpers.They'hook up'by linking arms after leaving the aircraft and
Bar HZ-BALLS 40' fall together to about 6,000 feet At this time, they break away, fire
flare] guns and track on opposite courses away from one another. The
trailing smoke and bursting flares gives a 'bomb burst' effect to
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I Powerless Flight Enjoys... Soaring Po/Jularitilt.: I

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I By LCdr. Let Horn celebrate
Its 60th
r President, demonstration of year with a greater than 72 hours. One of the extensively in state subsidized The two tow planes are pilotedby

North Florida the basic, yet most soaring, one of sailplanes in the show the 18 flying clubs. This probably accounts Joe D'Accardi, ex Navy
Soaring Society aspects of the airman's challenging, meter Cirrus, a fiberglass ship for the fact that more fighter pilot, presently a local
art crafted in West and Blanik's have been built (
II. The terms Germany more insurance agent; and Clyde
Jax .. The North Florida 'Gliding' are often'Soaring' and piloted by Bill Clarke, M. D. set than 1500) than any other Sharman, ex Air Force fighter
.. Soaring Society (NFSS) is an terchangeably but used in- many national distance and sailplane in the world. ace who now beads his own metal
unincorporated organization of are actually altitude records In this class.
very different In meaning The Blanik on display in this manufacturing firm.
t local Jacksonville area residents The two place Blanik, a
r who have joined together to share Gliding is merely powerless sailplane plainly identifiable by show is one of 35 in the United As you watch these aircraft
flight
always
a downhill ride. its negative back States. It will be piloted by wheel and overhead in
f their love of flying and mutual wing sweep soar a
interest in the sport. of soaring.The Soaring superbly adds the ingredient of will also be demonstrated. It Courtney Hunt, who is probablymore silent sky, see if you don't agree
club is not formally affiliated engineered aircraft and holds many world records for prominently known in and with Les Horn, President of the
atmospheric stability to provide multiplace in around his Jacksonville studio for NFSS when he describes
with the U S. Navy, but by virtueof sustained sailplanes Europeand soaring
its location at the center of a of air called flight in rising colums always manages to stir up a his work as a portrait artist as '...a totally unique experience,
major Navy fleet air complex, 'thermals' for indefinite great deal of interest when it is the pilot is alone, without power,
and through the many retired and periods.It shown in this country because it Other sailplanes to be his sailplane an extension of his
active duty Navymen on its rolls, that comes as a surprise to many is the only sailplane marketed in demonstrated are the all metal own body, feeling for the pulse of
it feels a strong sense of kinship sailplanes have attained the West that is built behind the medium performance Schweitzer the living air, where his skill,
with naval aviation.It heights of over 46,000 feet, Iron Curtain. 1-26, built in Elmira, N. Y., and nerve, knowledge, and luck now
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NFSS should help the Navy more than 700 miles, and Czechoslovakia,primarily for the numerous sport sailplanes in measured and supremely
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Trial Program I. .', r"\: : ; One WorkingUniform


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At No Cost
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Chief of Naval Personnel has established, on a trial basis,
an Officer Billet Selection Program. Jax-Instead of the announcedfree
This trial program is designed to teat the feasibility of providing I issuance of three enlisted
officers with an opportunity to select their next duty preference from a working blue uniforms only one
list of available billets. Officers participating will be able to indicate will now be Issued.
specific billets on their preference cards. This was done in order to save
Lieutenants who have a designator of llOx, are qualified in Surface the enlisted man some money. It
Warfare, and who are due for rotation between September 1971 and _. I was determined that by issuing
February 1972 are eligible to participate. Billets include all shore dutypasiUODS ---- -- -- three uniforms it would require a
I for llOx lieutenants which are available in the corresponding DOCTOR EARNS MEDAL-Lt. Lawrence J. McCarthy receives the sizable reduction in the clothing
period. Navy Commendation Medal from Naval Hospital Commanding Officer maintenance allowance. This
All officers are requested in check with their personnel,office to see Cap, C.W. Lewis Jr., for services with the Fleet Marina ForcesIn means that more would be taken
if their Projected Rotation Date makes them eligible participate in Vietnam. Lt.McCarthy earned the medal while serving as battalion out of an enlisted man's check in
this trial program. surgeon with the 1st Reconnaissance Batalllon and 2nd Batallion, 7th the long run than would the cost
Billets included'In the trial program fall into the following Marines.
of twoadditional working blue
categories: uniforms.It .

TYPE. CATEGORY Lt. Is was figured that the cost of
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Overseas Staffs Overseas L issued at no cost is equal to the
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CONUS Reserve Management Field Activities Activities ATop Q S Grade for LD Now and working two sets blue of uniform.As the new. enlisted

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Lieutenant (junior grade) in- now be worn until January 1,

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I NA TTCenter Retires Three OfficersJax


-The Naval Air Technical Medal with bronze star and Good Service Medal with three stars
Training Center (NATTC) here Conduct Medal (fifth award). and Republic of Vietnam Cam-

bid farewell to LCdr. William W. LCdr. Metz, training officer at paign Medal. .. ,
Locher, LCdr. Charles J. Metz the Aviation Electricians Mate During his career, Lt. Smith "
and Lt Joseph T. Smith at the 'A' School, completed 20 years of advanced through the entitled
personnel inspection conductedon service. lie has served tours of ,rates to master chief petty of
the Parade Grounds June 30. duty with Air Transport fleer While flying as an air.
Capt John E. Kennedy, NATTC Squadron 21; Attack Squadrons crewman on the USS Princeton a A.
commanding officer, presentedeach 104,176 and 152; Naval AuxiliaryAir (CVL-23))during World War II, he .
of the officers with letters of Station at Barin and Saufley was shot down and became a
appreciation for their honorable Field; the Staff of Carrier Air prisoner of war In Japan from r
and faithful service to their Group 15; USS Yorktown (CVS- 1943 to 1945. He was declared y
country. lie also congratulatedthem 10); Naval Air Station Grosse misting In action and was sent
for doing such a fine job at He, Mich and NARTU from Ofuna, a small prisoner of .
NATTC and wished them con- Jacksonville.LCdr. war camp to a larger camp, I 1 1NEW
tinued success in all future en- Metz, a native of Athlo, where he worked In the
deavors and best wishes for a Madison, Wise., is married to the copper mines.
happy rewarding retirement. former Miss Barbara Fisher \
Henry of Jacksonville and they In April 1946, he was commissioned -
LCdr. Locher. first lieutenant have two children, Charles and as a lieutenant (junior WARRANT OFFICERS-NATTC Commanding Officer Capt.
Special Services officer at Lezlee. They reside in Orange grade), and In March 1963 he was John E. Kennedy conducts a promotion ceremony for new WO-l's (I tor
NATTC retired from the Navy Park. designated a Naval Flight Officer ) William B. Fowler, David E. Phillips Sr.,James L. Sperlich, RonaldF.
after 30 years of military service. after receiving aerial navigation Webber and John H. Young.
During his career LCdr. Lt. Smith, training officer at training.A .
Locher served tours of duty with the Aviation Ordnance'A School,
Patrol Squadron 31; Fighter was piped over the side with 29 native of Shellman, Ga., Lt. Sgt. Kaul Wins Base SelectionBy
Squadron 32; Airship SquadronTwo years of service in the Navy. He Smith is married to the former
; Helicopter Antisubmarine has earned such awards as the Miss Alice M Bourget of Reenlisting for Four YearsJax
Squadron One; Air Development Good Conduct medal, the Navy Providence R.I., and they have

Squadron One; Naval Air Occupation Service Medal, the two sons, Joseph Jr.. and -Sgt. Howard E. Kaul Jr., their first child, Howard, on the
Stations Jacksonville and Key American Defense Service David. Lt. Smith hopes to begin a of the 679th Air Force Radar same date.
West. Fla.; Naval Auxiliary Air Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific second career working as a Squadron here reenlisted for four Sgt. Kaul reported here in May
Station, Slgonella, Sicily; and Campaign Medal, Vietnam general ordnance technician.What's years under the 'Base of 1970 and is presently assigned to
Naval Station Bermuda. Preference Program.' lie will the Height Finder Maintenance
depart for the 632nd Radar Section as a repairman. lie is a
LCdr. Locher has earned such Roanoke native of Richmond, Va., and his
In A Name ? Squadron at Rapids,
awards as the World War II is elec-
N.C. In September.The main hobby repairing
Victory Medal, American day Sgt. Kaul reenlistedwas tronic equipment. He and his
Campaign Service Medal,
eventful family currently live in Green
especially one, as
Korean Service Medal with two Jax--If you've been lucky Claude Stubbs of ComFalrJax an Cove
Springs.
his wife Marybella birth to
gave
; stars, National Defense Service enough to meet the two new Maintenance.
gators in Casa Linda Lake but NavAirLant Sets Safety RecordJax
W. Cart'II felt bashful because you didn't Other name suggestions included "
Became know their names, there's no 'John and Helen' in honorof
-Fiscal Year 1971 has been congratulations to the safety-
QGtianr longer any need to worry. Capt. and Mrs. John R. Kin- the safest year in the history of conscious officers and men of
The eight-and-one-half foot caid. Capt Kincaid initiated the Naval Air Force, U.S. Atlantic these commands and will present
Poodle KastleAll gator and his four foot friend are Idea of keeping the alligators in Fleet. Seventy-two percent of certificates of recognition to the
Breed Grooming now known asMud *n' Jeff.Those the lake to alleviate the NavAirLant units reported accident appropriate commanding of
>110 S. EDGEWOOD names were submitted to the ecological imbalance caused by free records for that ficers. Included in. the list, of
PHONE:117.7111 JAX AIR NEWS office by AMCS dead fish and snapping turtles. period. commands to receive certificatesare

ComNavAirLand has written NAS Jacksonville and Patrd
his personal thanks and Squadrons 5, 16, 45,56, and VW4.

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I Supply Conducts Award Ceremony ; NIL !

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Jax Cash awards were their beneficial
presented to Supply Department concerning UOO obsolete suggestion edges. W M Gardner and G. A. _
! employees by Capt Richard frame pallets for storing A wooden White were not at the ceremony t t :
.4 and but ,
O'Loughlin, Supply's commanding A 7 type aircraft tires. they also received
officer, In a ceremony L. H. Fuller received checks as Fuller's partners.
cash
conducted in the MIC room. award for a Willie Patterson suggested anon
suggestions
Oscar Williams and Robert cerning con. -ott switch in the center of the
conveyor
received checks componentsand conveyor lines and a to
Shaheen for the way Y
_._ -_.._.=-- -- padding of sharp metal reduce the noise level
Earl Palmquist and Ray
Forrest received checks for their
3 superior performances. Forrest aa'a
is director of the planning
division and Palmquist is a liquid
liPI fuel distribution system
operator, WG 9.
Edith Mcleod, supply system
analyst, GS-il, was presented
with a letter of appreciation ,
along with a quality increase for ...
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her work.
THIS YEAR'S FIRST-Capt. John R. Klncald, NAS commanding
officer buys his first 1972 auto tats now on sale at the Not New Shop
Employees from Sharon King, chairman of auto taps Maria Bennett (I to r) and
Barbara Howard, president of the Jax M Navy Wives Club, watched
Receive while waiting to help other tag buyers. License plates will be on sal
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: Monday through Friday from ':30 a.m. to 2:30: p.m. until August II. t


J': Cash AwardsJax Applicants InvitedJax

<' ,.,.;i.
t'" ,'I'i. awards to the Naval
Air Rework Facilities (NARF) The interest of civilian Employees are urged to look
HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES who recently earned Sustained Superior employees were presented by employees in the Merit for promotion announcements on
Performance awards are (I to r) Mrs. Willette Slusher and Mrs Capt D. H. Heile, NARF com- Promotions Program is en their official bulletin boards.at I
Shirley Luke.Civilians. manding officer, for superior couraged. least once a week.
performances, achievement, or ,
Aboard beneficial suggestions.
Station Those who received Superior Open for your convenience a.m..JO p.m.

Achievement awards were
Receive 30 Year PinsJax William Morris and M. H. Ed- Q PICKUP & DELIVERY
dings. Arthur Lynn and Donald a ROAD SERVICED

employees who recently received 30 year pins are: McNillan received their checks MECHANIC ON DUTY
for a suggestion on a special tool
Supply Department for removing a plant gear shaft. Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
Kenneth Wilkins, Richard McCorkle, Cecil McGee and Lorenze Those tc receive Superior
Conway, George Cahagan, James Guyton, and George Hyde. Achievement Performance BOB'S OAK HILL
Public Works Department awards are: Sharon Sluder,
Eileen Ford, Richard Kemen,
Luther Jones, Moses Stephens, John Clark, Thaddeus Crossley, Bob Troxel, Roy Adams, Louis um@nSERVICE )
James Merkel, Horace Shipp, Lesley Bennett, Carl Turknett and Pescara Robert Gay, James
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I Unnoticedi3enefi'tsCauseConcern..

Jax--Legislative proposals depending on the period of and has extended coverage to
concerning military living and overhaul. certain reservists. ,
working conditions, pay, Public Law 91.529, 91-533, and Public
benefits, and career develop 91.534 authorize a family increases
ments are apparently unnoticed separation allowance to a education
by Servicemen, according to member even though he doesn't loans under '
Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, chief of maintain a separate household, specifically /
Naval Operations. or his family lives in government assistance
This fact was revealed by the quarters, and to all POW-MIA benefits to
CNO Officer and Enlisted. families. To keep
Retention Study Groups. Public Law 91.291 increased the future
To initiate steps to better in servicemen's group life insurance results will AI
form Navy personnel of recent from $10,000 to $15,000 All Hands

Adm.legistlation Zumwalt concerning has issued them a, FJC Offers High

current report of 'Items already 'i.
passed by Congress. Courses Day and
Public Law 91.210: For the first Ar
time, the Navy will pay the cost Jax-This fall the Florida Veterans
of a man's transportation to and Junior College here will offer with the Navy declared ASE critical
from his homeport when his shipis high school completion courses to using up Collins, former student at NAMTD here,
being overhauled away from veterans who are working toward the GI Bill. for the new VRB. After reciting the
homeport. He can make up to their diplomas.Both Include years atone minute, past midnight with
three such visits to his family, half-time and full-time as welding, (| ) personnel officer, he then received
.fs slat,---..-III- programs will be available to and radio-TV VRB. Collins, 29,is being transferred to
.PHONE .'535 I veterans in day and evening For more
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I I Veterans interested In the half Education
l,)I \ time program may take the college's It
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I II The full-time program will
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I Fliers Win Glynco Invitat
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The Jax Fliers:: put hit
shutout
in the
second and .. .
a single. Thompson e..NGMN..N..N .1."'11'II .11..11..IH..TlI.JJ 1'11 .LNM.N.N.NNN..NN.
everything together this
game while
Aguon and
drove in two runs in this
weekend and won the
past Tenhagen
combined PERCENTAGE
to TEAM
game with while
a triple
Glynco Invitational Softball pitch six
a hitter in the Tucker had two doubles. STANDINGS
Tournament in final game.In .

Glynco, Ga. the first win Carithers The Fliers will to VP-45 40-12 .769
The Fliers combined led the try The Met's 32-20 .815
Fliers
with a double continue their winning Sidewinders 32-20 .615
good pitching, good and a homerun while ways this weekend when Amble Inn 31-21 .596

defense and good hitting to Tucker drove in two runs they meet the Robins Air The Zero' 31-21 .569

beat Glynco 3-0, Mayport with a double and a single. Force team.They will play Auto Babns 29-23 ..558Bb
90, and Charleston 21. Pratt led the 10 hit doubleheaders No.584 28-24 .538
on Fridayat
The Black Shoes 27.25 .518
They came back from attack of the Fliers in the 7 p.m. and on Saturday Ball Bearings 26-s .500
the losing end of a 1 0 second game driving in at 1 p.m. on Mackroth Pirates Tavern 24-28 .462

score in the 7th inning of four runs with a homerun Field.N..NNN..N..NNN. f The RIngers 181, .S31, .355
the final game to win the Murray's Tavern 18-34 .m
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error by the Charleston JAX SPORT SHORTS

pitcher. Dayhoff then .._......_.... ..........+.._..-.ITIII _
came in to run for Tucker. III IIIU

Erdman singled moving Swim Team Places FourthJax

Dayhoff to third and Erd
then went to secondon The girls Navy Jax SwlmTeam captured the 800 free open
man relay and a fourth place team finish in the 9th annual Beaches Aquatic
throw to third. Pratt
the Club Invitational weekend.CarlaGlaraton'wholed .
then won the game with a ; the team in the 800 freestyle open relay also
single that drove both won a bronze medal for her third place finish In the 15. 17 girls 200 I.
runners In. M. and the Senior girls 200 free style. .
Twelve year old RobinO'Learywas the gold medal winner of the 500
Seel the
Russ Fliers
free against senior girls competition.Patti Milewski dominated her 11
catcher, had to be taken 12 section with wins in the 100 free, 100 breast, 100 back 100 fly and

out of the final game whena 200 I. M. : ::::: ;:: .&>.:::mZ: ::::::::::*::::::::::::::::::::;::<<::::::::::::::=:--::::'-:::::::::$: ::-.: ..-::::* :: :&
batter threw his bat and In the boys competition medalists for Navy Jax Swin Team included
struck Seel in the head. Wayne Johnson who won a bronze medal in the 13.14 boys breast,
Steve Krueger in the 11.12 boys with a bronze in the 100 backstrokeand
The accident cost Seel five 200 I.M.and Michael Scott in the 8 and under boys 100 I.M.
Want Ads Sell!
stitches on his forehead.The .
only run scored Football Officials NeededJax

against the Fliers in the Football officials are urgently needed for the upcoming In-

tournament was an tramural touch football season which gets underway in August. :::::::: :::mw::::::::%:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;::::;:: :::: :::::: ::::;::: :::::::::: ::::::::::X'X: : ::: ::::
unearned run. McClure Officials are paid $4 to $6 per game depending on experience.
pitched a four hit shutoutin Anyone interested in officiating should contact the Athletic Director at
extension 3239. .X'RIU.STAHDARD
ANKAMIRICARD AMERICAN
the first and
game Table Tennis ChampionshipsJax MASTERCHAROE Credit Cards H..H
struckout 15 hitters. uw

Tenhagen pitched a five The Jacksonville Table Tennis Championships will be held -
July 13th and 14th for all interested personnel.The ROOSEVtlTjMU.car
championships will be held at the Jacksonville Civic Auditoriumwith
CLIPPERSILVERLINETCRAFT play beginning at7 p.m.on the 13th.
All entries must be in before noon July 13th at the City Recreation wash .
MERCRlflSER Department downtown.All fees must be paid before 7 p.m. on the 13th.
The entrance fee is 50 cents per events.
STERNDRIVES Applications may be obtained here at the Athletic Director's office

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