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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 15, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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VOL. 29 NO. 17 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 15, 1971 ;


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reaching hundreds of feet high, with billowing black smoke that

! A could be seen for miles, destroyed three-fourths of the Naval Air Technical

Training Center Galley Sunday

The fire, which was spotted by Station firemen arrived in Sixth Naval District fire mar- ,
a NATTC student about 7 p.m., minutes and, with assistance shalls. According to Station No. 2
broke out just hours after the from six units from the Capt. M.L. Norton, this is the
Blue Angels Air Show ,when the Jacksonville and Meadowbrookfire second largest fire in the historyof
more than 80,000 visitors to the departments, fought to NAS since 1959 when the old
air station had cleared the gates. control the blaze. Many NATTC Navy Exchange on Childs St.
I GALLEY BLAZE Local firemen battto NATTC Coflflafrattoi.. students volunteered their help burned.At .

,.. ;.,... while others hosed down nearby
barracks to prevent walls from this time Capt. R. C.

,, blistering.The fire was so intense O'Loughlin, Supply Officer, has
atone point that paint was melted offered no estimate of the
from one fire truck. damage to the 29-year-old galley,
Several firefighters, including which served thousands of
student volunteers, were rushedto NATTC students daily. Galley
the Dispensary when over- Three was rehabilitated over the
come by smoke. Two AE'A' past two years and new serving
School students, PFC Daniel lines, kitchen equipment, tables ,
Dyszelski Jr. and AA J.J. and chairs and a lowered ceiling
Bridenaux, were admitted to the had been added all at an t
Hospital for minor injuries and estimated cost of $300,000. \
are currently listed in I i
i satisfactory condition. NATTC students are currently I
: 9 fry f q d, i'n Although the fire spread being bussed each day as planned /
quickly through the one-story to Galley One. Meal hours have
frame building, firemen were been extended and, according to
I II I able to quell the blaze about 9 CWO L.H. Rogalsky, Food
saving the last wing of the
...,, p.m. Services Officer, the recently
'" and of the .
Galley some supplies.The
.. ,, expanded dining hall is more
.. >' ;;;' cause of the fire is than adequate to handle the extra l
currently under investigation by load. I
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Club Cocktail Hour Goodtlmers The Rhythm Bourbon 4:30-6: p.m.

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Officers Beefeaters Four Four Bloody Happy Hour Gin,
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Pirates CPO Officers Acey.Ducey Support

Cove Club Club Club Jlt8J11 J

Monday thru Thur

11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday your;
11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
11 Friday a.m. to 2 a.m. 11a.m..11 p.m. New Dining Hours Set
Friday & Saturday Tues..Thur$. Sunday
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11a.m..11p.m. Noon to Midnight
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. Fri.Sat Jax. Due to the loss of Nattc Galley Three by fire, station personnel will have
11a.m..1a.m. Monday thru Thur club to follow the new procedures for meals at Gal Icy One.
Sunday Breakfast.. Nattc personnel will be served from 5:50.6:30: : a.m.; NAS and all
9 I.m. to Midnight 11 a.m to Midnighty other tenant commands after 6:30.:

Lunch.- Nattc personnel served from 11 to 12 a.m.; NAS and other commands
"J. after 12.
Dinner.All personnel served from Ito 6:15: p.m.


Of'm Friday,July U Blackeyed Peas, Seasoned Turnip

USA BAND QdoaPROTESTANT Greens, Hushpupples, APPle Pie.
SANDWICH LINE Chili Dog or
BREAKFAST
Hot
Oatmeal, Fried Egg Salad Sandwich.
Eggs to Order, Scrambled Eggs with SUPPER Submarine Sandwiches,
mw Ham, Choice of Luncheon Meat or Stuffed Green Peppers, Tomato
I Pork Sausage, Home Fried Potatoes, Sauce, French Baked Potatoes, Boiled
V) Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted Cake
Doughnuts. Pie.Navy Beans, Buttered Spinach, Apple

DINNER Manhattan Clam
Chowder, Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches, Tuesday,July 20
French Fried Potatoes, Butter Cream
Styled Corn, Buttered June Peas, BREAKFAST. Hot Oatmeal, Fried
NAVAL AIR STATION Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing. Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beefon
Toast, Baked Pork and Beans,
SUNDAY SANDWICH LINE Grilled Cheeseor Choice of Luncheon Meat Pork
or
_ \\ InrirrrJ; ; flL1 JJf Grilled Hamburgers. Sausage, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.

Ill-! Holy Communion-8:30 a.m. at SUPPER. Baked Beef & Noodles, DINNER Minestrone Soup,
All Saints Chapel. Church School Fried Flounder, Tartar Sauce, Pars Steamship Round of Beef, Natural

_ :: r I k I ,,, (all ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel ley Cauliflower I Buttered, Seasoned Potatoes Green, Polonaise Gravy Tomato, Juice Whipped, Buttered Potatoes Whole, Okra Kernel&

IfK Annex. Divine Worship 10:30: at Yellow Cake with Chocolate Beans, Corn, Yellow Pound Cake.
Icing.
All Saints' Chapel. SANDWICH LINE. Grilled Cheeseor

Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Saturday,July 11 SUPPER Grilled Hamburgers.. Simmered Corned Beef,
High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel Annex -
Swedish
O'Brien
Meat Balls
"HAS ANYONE SEEN MY XYLOPHONE? Junior and senior youth Fried.BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Potatoes, Buttered Squash, Seasoned
Eggs to Order, Grilled
Fellowship-l: p.m. at Bldg. 722. Cakes with Maple Syrup, Choice Hot of Snap Beans, Yellow Pound Cake.

Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at Bacon or Ham, Hash Browned
small Chapel. Potatoes, Minced Beef, iced Coffee Wednesday,July 21
Rings.

Senior Choir-Rehearsal-7 Tuesday BRUNCH. Fried Eggs to Order, BREAKFAST Chilled Plums,
p.m. Breakfast Meat or Grilled Frank. Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled French
JTAX AIR: NEWS: at Bldg.750 and Christian Science furters, French Fried Potatoes, Toast with Maple Syrup, Choice of
Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. Baked Beans, Iced Coffee Rings. Ham or Bacon, Hash Brown Potatoes
NAVALIIOSPITAL SUPPER Chicken Rice Soup, Minced Beef, Pecan Rolls.
Divine Worship-10 Roast Turkey Log, Snowflaked DINNER .. Chicken Gumbo Soup
a.m. Potatoes, Cream Gravy, Bread Hot Roast Turkey Sandwiches: ,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NATTC Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Divine Worship-11 a.m. at Whole Beans, Kernel Corn, Seasoned Lima Sauce, Harvard Beets, Seasoned
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Bldg. 500. Dutch Apple Pie. Succotash, Boston Cream Pie.

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Sunday,July 18 SANDWICH Variety Meat LINE Sandwich.- Grilled Cheeseor

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs/ Office, Box 2, NAS CATHOLICSaturday BREAKFAST .. Chilled Figs, SUPPER .. El Rancho Stew or
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Mass-5 p.m. at St.Edward's Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs Baked Meat Loaf, Buttered Egg
Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 to Order Grilled Noodles, Simmered Pinto Beans,
items are welcomed' from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Minute Steaks,
3119. p.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- French Toast with Maple Syrup, Buttered Asparagus, Southern Corn
Monday-11 a.m. Tuesday through Choice of Luncheon Meat, Pork Bread, Boston Cream Pie.
Sausage, Assorted
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Friday-11:30: a.m. Saturday BRUNCH Fried Danish Eggs Pastry to Order, Thursday,July 22BREAKFAST.

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Confession 10:30: and 11:15 a.m. Grilled Hamburger or Breakfast Chilled Figs, Hominy

creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Meat Beans,,French Assorted Fried Potatoes, Baked Grits, Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal NATTC Layer Cake.SUPPER Danish Pastry, Iced Hot Cakes with Maple Syrup, Choiceof

opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. Bldg. Vegetable Soup, Grilled Baked Luncheon Pork and Meat Beans, Pork, Iced Sausage Coffee,
advertising from that source." 500. Beef Steaks, Fried Onions, Franconia Rings. .
Potatoes, Seasoned Peas, Harvard DINNER. Puree of Bean Soup,
Beets,
Iced
Advertisements solicited the and Yellow Layer Cake. Ginger Pot Roast, Natural Gravy,
are by publisher queries
YOUR 1
M5 ; Monday,July If French Fried Potatoes, Buttered June
concerning such should be directed to: O/ GE f1a1 BREAKFAST.. Chilled Peas, Seasoned Carrots, Peach

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY 1 Juice Hot Cakes, Fried with Eggs Maple to Order,Orange Grilled Shortcake SANDWICH with LINE Whipped. Grilled Topping.Ham &

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 of Pork Sausage or Bacon Syrup, Lyonnalse, Choice Cheese Sandwiches or Sloppy Joes on
Potatoes, ASSorted Cake Hamburger Bun,
Telephone 388-2755 Jllll DINNER .. Chicken Doughnut: SUPPER .. Chili Macaroni or
Smoked Ham, Soup, Baked Grilled Liver, Parsley Buttered
VOL 29 NO. 17 JULY 15, 1971 Sauce, Candled Pineapple Sweet & Raisin Potatoes, Buttered Brocolll Spears,
Snowflaked Potatoes, Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans, Peach
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During Summer Months

Cdr. E.M. Feeks is to -
become the second commanding Jax -. Everyone must do their asking for precautions to be
officer of Jacksonville's Attack part to conserve water and taken in conserving water.
Carrier Wing Reserve 20/ electrical power due to shortages All personnel residing in family
relieving Capt. R.E. Holt who expected in the coming summer quarters should be especially
was in command since it was peak periods.The careful as these quarters usually
commissioned last April. I director of the Office of
Emergency Preparedness has
The changeofcommandceremony asked that all installations consume a significant portion of
Is to take place at 2 review and update the Special the total electrical power consumed
p.m.Saturday in Hangar 113. The Electrical Power Conservation on a military installation.The .
guest speaker will be RAdm. Program instituted last summer,
H.E. Greer, commander Naval while Florida officials concernedby
Air Reserve Force,Glenview, III the decreasing water pressure Office of Emergency
In the Florida also Preparedness also requested that
Aquifer are
Capt. Holt will report for his Consolidated District Com-
next assignment at the Air War Cdr. Fttki Capt. Holt mandant Reports be submittedon
College in Montgomery, Ala. a monthly basis as they were
ComFairJax Enacts ProgramTo last summer by installations,
.Cdr. Feeks
was previously with the first one due in CNO
assigned with commander
Naval (OP-44)) with a copy to Nav-
Air Forces Atlantic in Norfolk.As FacenCom for the
by August 15
will the new prepare commanding CVWR-20 officer,for he Fight Drug Ignorance month of July.

deployment aboard the aircraft Jax A innovation aimed toward the abuse
progressive stifling drug
Navy's
carrier USS John F. Kennedy for To aid in water conservation,
an intensive training period next problem at its most basic origin ignorance is now underway within the Fleet turn off faucets as soon as use has
month. Air Jacksonville complex. It is known as the Drug Awareness Team (DAT), and been completed, don't use water
its twofold mission consists of ((1)) bridging the credibility gap which presently unnecessarily for irrigation
CVWR-20 has been stationed exists concerning drugs and their effects and ((2)) presenting straight facts about during the rainy season, exercise
in the of water in
here at Jacksonville since its economy use
commissioning to upgrade the drugs in an open and objective manner. washing vehicles, aircraft and in

readiness status of its assigned The nine-member DAT, industrial processes and reportall
reserve squadrons. Already, directed by Lt. F.A. Brindle two-week course at the Duval an interview that the thrust of the water leaks and defective
nearly 100 reserve pilots have (MC), COMFAWING-11 flight Medical Center. The team will DAT is directed at persons who equipment to the trouble desk at
amassed more than 700 accident. surgeon, is currently undergoing also attend briefings by Vice might try drugs out of curiosity Ext. 2122.
free carrier landings and have 18 weeks of training and practiceto Squad and Bureau of Narcotics rather than at those who from
successfully completed an prepare them for the job. In- officials. When their training is experience are already aware of
operational readiness evaluation. cluded in this indoctrination is a complete, the team will report what the effects may be. DAT Take
what they have learned to local will merely provide the facts, and your baby
military personnel, speaking to leave the decision-making to the
Midshipmen Dance groups presentation.The of .about 20 at each individuals concerned. ...

Drug Awareness Team will fttT INVOIVEP
in no be involved with ac- to a specialist.WE .
way
aNi ., ,,"
Slated Next MonthJax arrest tivities employed drug abusers.to find Their and ,;'7& %'fflW"1 6 N 'i'ftFf' MAINTAIN IT

purpose is strictly informational, WITH LOVING CARE
-The annual Midshipman Ball has been scheduled,with a and is designed to clear up as O TOM BUSH VolkswagenReq&wSquM&
dance and reception from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., August 20, at the much as possible the vast con-
Mayport Naval Station Officers' Club. fusion which surrounds the drug '
Area girls(ages 17.22)) who are dependents of active or retired crisis in today's society.Lt. & @OO 98SO Atlantic Blvd.
military personnel are invited to attend. The young ladies must Brindle pointed out during
submit their names for reservations to Lt (jg) Slebas at Ext. .
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MARINE BARRACKS .. SSgt.
< Jump, Sgt. Sutherlin, Sgt,
\. J O'QuInn take time out to have the
oath given to them by Mal|, D. A.
Powell, which gives them a total
: of 15 more years of Marine life.
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NA TTC Student Receives Bronze Star
Eagles Say Thankyou'Jax

Jax-GySgt. Herbert W. Donahue Jr., a student at the AE 'B' School here,

received the Bronze Star Medal with Combat'V' July 7 for meritorious service in The Eagles of VP-16, who deployed last week to
connection with combat operations against the enemy in the Republic of Vietnam Sigonella, Sicily; and the new commanding officer of Light
from Dec. 24, 1009 to Sept. 17. 1970. Attack Wing One at Cecil Field, have extended special thanks to
NAS Jax for assistance in their operations.Cdr. .
According to the citation, achieved by his squadron.The Jim Wetzel, CO of VP-16, extended thanks to the NAS
GySfft. Donahue was 'initially citation further reports Supply and Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance departments,
assigned'': as assistant 'non- that 'Upon extremely short along with special appreciation to Mr. Chester, Mr. McCorkleand
commissioned officer in chargeof notice, he initiated and super- AK1 Reeder for a Job well done. 'Their relentless and un-
the Electric Shop night shift, vised a maintenance program to selfish efforts in getting vitally needed equipment and parts to
and subsequently assumed prepare the squadron's aircraftfor ensure operational ready aircraft were invaluable,' he said.
responsiblity for the entire redeployment to Hawaii and From Capt. D.F.Mow LAW-One goes a note of thanks to the
operation. lie diligently trained displayed superb leadership in NAS personnel who made transportation arrangements for the
and motivated his men to per- his coordination of the many ComSix band at the squadron's change-of-command ceremonylast
form at their peak efficiency, details inherent in an operation of Friday at Cecil Field.FourMonth.
thereby providing outstanding such magnitude. As a member of
maintenance support for his the advnace party, he ensured
squadron.' that full crews were waiting at Early Outs
S On May I 1,1970, GySgt. Donauewas each stop to provide necessary
reassigned as maintenanceand services for the correction of any
OySgt. DonaKiM' control chief. In this positionhe malfunction and to prepare the Authorized for SeabeesJax
distinguished himself by his aircraft for further flight.'
The 28-year-old Marine outstanding performance of dutyin GySgt. Donahue graduatedfrom A new early separation over 24 hours, while personnel
received the award for his ser- a demanding and challenging AE 'B' School recently, and period and more selective designated RE-R1 may be
vice while attached to Marine billet. He was responsible for a will be transferred to Kanoehe reenlistment policies will affect reenlisted any time within three
Fighter Attack Squadron 122, multitude of maintenance ser- Bay, Hawaii where he will be all Construction Group Eight months of discharge without
Marine Aircraft Group 13, First vices and was instrumental in the assigned to the First Marine personnel eligible for early CHNavPers approval.
Marine Aircraft Wing.VW4 high aircraft availability rate Brigade. release. These selective reenlistment
The period of early separationfor policies were Implemented to \
Construction Group Eight is protect the service progression of
I Leading Chief Ends CareerJax now three months instead of four. career petty officers and to ..,
However,anyone who might wantto maintain a high degree of quality
reenlist is reminded that thereis personnel. ;
AVCM Chris C. Owens Through your personal diligenceand chief petty officer, and have no guarantee that they will be
retired after 30 years of naval outstanding performance, served In this capacity with reenlisted if they are separatedmore
service in ceremonies conductedat you have advanced to muter distinction and honor. Your than 24 hours. AUTOBAHN
the Hurricane Hunters Hangar dynamic leadership and All Construction Group Eight
superlative organizational ability personnel are also reminded that ARCCX
123.Chief Owens came to VW.4from have contributed enormously to Chief of Naval Personnel ap-
NAS Key West in April 1968 the overall efficiency and effectiveness proval is needed prior to Major(
to serve as the Avionics Division of this squadron' reenlistment after getting out "
chief. One year later he was In conclusion, the citation under the eraly release program. Tune-Up f
appointed as the squadron's states, 'It is with deep regret thatI Early released personnel Special
leading chief, a position which he k bid farewell to such an outstanding awarded reenlistment eligibility
maintained until his retirement x member of the naval classification of Recommendedfor 95
Prior to being piped over the service. On behalf of the United Preferred Reenlistment (code $12
side, Chief Owens was presenteda 4. States Navy, your shipmates and RE-R1)) will receive CHNavPers All parts and
letter of commendation by VW myself I wish you Godspeed, a preference for reenlistment.For labor'Included
4 Commanding Officer, Cdr. PaulL. following wind and every successin those released at normal A-C& Duel Carborator
Siverly. The letter read in your future endeavors.' EAOS, CHNavPers approval is Slightly more
part, 'Since Joining the naval a Chief Owens was also required for reenlistment of all Corner Park & Standing
service in June 1941, you have presented the Navy Achievement members with reenlistment Code P H. 389-9490 '
reached the pinnacle of success Chief Owens Medal at the ceremony. RE-1 who have been separated
that four men have flttainml-
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I VW-4 Wives Meethelp

Jax The Hurricane Hunters the Palm Ave. School for "At 100 mph engine noise
All Wives Coffee will be held at Exceptional Children purchase ,
the Skeet Range on Tuesday, July play ground equipment. Anyone level and smoothness is
I 20, at 7 p.m. wishing to donate articles for the equalor
At that time plans will be sale should contact Magdline
L discussed for a rummage sale to Coleman at 2644782.A superior to big Cadillacs and


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PAGE 6 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER

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Officers May After One Year'New


Apply for CNOFellowships Navy' Boasts


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I \/ Big ImprovementsJax

Two Navy officers will be
:, selected this year to serve in the
offices of the of the f
Secretary M
have been made in
gains recruiting,
Navy and the Chief of Naval
Operations in compliance with retention and the growth of career satisfaction as a

the SecNav-CNO Fellowship .' result of the new programs in the past year, according to
Program described in Adm.Zumwa1l's 'I .. Adm. Elmo Zumwalt in his assessment of his people

Z-Gram 89. oriented Z-Grams as he moves into a second year as
The purpose of this program,
the Z-Gram states, is to 'broadenthe Chief of Naval Operations.

horizons and experience of lie said,4I have been especially
our young officers today, con- pleased with the cumulative human being wants and deser
tributing to the enrichment of the results of the initiatives we have

Navy's leadership of tomorrow.The taken for the benefit of all ranks ves.The Chief of Naval Operationssaid
officers who are selected will within Navy. For
and rates our that he didn't believe that
carry the title of SecNav and CONGRATULATIONS ""t'. what eight month old Betsy example, even a cursory review these ideas were incompatablewith
CNO Fellow, respectively, and Clements and her mother seem to think as Sgt. Mal.| Clyde Clements of the programs as a whole the concept of disciplined
will have opportunities to work receives I certificate from Marine Barracks CO, Mal.| J. F. Lavin reveals that they provide benefits military life, but instead were
an
closely with the Navy's top upon his retirement after 2> years of service. Sgt. Mal.| Clements had to all Navy men regardless of important part of enlightenedand
leaders, attend policy meetings, been assigned here following a short tour with the 1st Marine Aircraft career status, such as improved sensible military
and undertake special projects Wing at Iwakuni, Japan. A native of Albany, Ga., he joined the services, dependent air charter, leadership.
dealing with naval policies and Marines In April W3. He and his wife Betty are presently residing in leave and watch policies to 'A basic tenet is that with
doctrines, Jacksonville. mention only a few. No one respect and confidence goes a
Officers of all categories with segment of the Navy is held commensurate degree ot
six to 11 years of active com- above any other, nor is any age responsibility. When accepting a
missioned service are eligible to Larger Pay Advances group more important to our privilege, an individual also
submit applications for this
success than any other.In assumes the responsibility to
program via their commanding his latest Z-gram, Adm. abide by the spirit and intent of
officers to the Chief of Naval Zumwalt says that the programs the policy granting that
Personnel (PERS-P1) The Recommended by CNO I I are aimed at putting people first privilege.'
deadline for submissions is Sept in priority and the objectives of
1, 1971. The estimated date when these 'people programs' is to He added that, while a large
the first SecNav and CNO The Chief of Naval Operations, for Navy personnel who are instill at all levels an attitude majority have been doing this,
Fellows will be selected is Dec. 1, Adm. E.R. Zumwalt, has changing duty stations.In which clearly recognizes the some have ignored the respon
1971. authorized larger pay advances his Z-Gram 88, the CNO dignity and worth of each in- sibility part and this minority is
writes: 'I consider an amount to
causing some anxiety that
well strive to
dividual as as
Former Waves Will Meet approximately equal the create an environment where changes signify relaxations
unallotted due during the
pay enlisted which inevitably will lead to a
officers and men are
I interstation period plus the delay
each mass breakdown in discipline.
and dependent travel allowances treated with the respect
For Anniversary
: BuffetJax which will be due after the move
.
.. ..
to be entirely approprite if within

There will be a 'Birthday and door prizes will be awarded.For the three month maximum ,
""IIIII"MllII"IIIIIIIII""IIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIII'' // /
Buffet' for all former Waves in reservations for this allowed.' f" .
the Jacksonville area Saturday, celebration of the Waves 29th The admiral stated that today .t ,. {':Q.e !' AL DONATI
July 24, at 1 p.m, in the Pirates Anniversary, contact one of the more than ever before, Navymen .--' > l JA
Cove enlisted men's club. following ladies before July 20: need more available cash to = : F: ORGAN HORNy
which In- travel from station to .. _. i
Admission Is $3.50 Marjorie Stacy, 3804923; Betty one duty : .1 & VOCAL
cludes the buffet meal. Cocktailswill Roach, 781.3001; Billy Baxter, another due to the new policy of >
be available at regular prices 771.2716; or Lonell Soos, 771844.cT1iE allowing 30 days leave with a *J A t +, Monday through SaturdayNMiiwiiiiMiHiiniNiiHiiimmimiNmmNiwM
permanent change of station. jolt
/ 'M
-- However, he warns that
.. 11'1 'Drawing an advance of pay is SPECIAL RATES perperson
like borrowing from oneself,' and FOR SERVICEMEN X6.00 doublf occupancy

that in cases where quarters are Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge ft Dim at Biser's Seafood
immediately available,delay pay Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
is not earned and an advance will Swimming Pool Free Undercover Parking.

have to be repaid from the In-
uowuMwiicoMio dividual's regular salary.

Chart .Outrigger Nautical War --- The Z-Gram specifies that JAEKSOIWIEMOTOR edl U1 w'v
Paints .>FIri. Boxes Burgee Jacket U disbursing offices are not
>Hardware >SId I. .Table War IVINIUDI required to formally compute the HOTEL
> Material .Acc. orl .Other Goodie
Repair ** "
advance allowance. A reasonable 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744
WET STORAGE'MARINE HOISTSHULL SERVICE'YACHT BROKER estimate Is considered sufficient.An .
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE-OUTBOARD, STERN-DRIVE, INBOARD Within walking distance to all points of Interest,
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS, MOTORS CANOES TRAILERS

SEGRAVES adoring mother boasted,
tost ft MARINA 'My son Arthur is smarter than t_
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Tk:1' ROOSEVELT BLVD it ORTEGA RIVER Abraham recite the Lincoln Gettysburg, Arthur Address could -",""--",-.:........:".; : """"MI"II'"IIIIIIIIIIII"
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JsclXC,llorla aq when he was 10 years old. Lincolndidn't '
/ Pier M FrtnchlMd MarIa Phone OPEN
M7 4Mf SUNDAY
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Shuffleboard and badminton. Q With :
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congenial young neighbors to help enloy them. "" RENTING HOURS: I.: During Red Tag SALE only! |:

elementary O All only school one block,with other from schools golf and Shop.an I .. Mon. thru Sat: 9:00.6:00: : Sun. 1-6:00: :w:*:::*:::::: :*::::::::"::*:*::*::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::$$:::::::=:=:=::::::::::::::::::*;.

ping centers and boating minutes away You ; j DIRECTIONS: Roosevelt Blvd., PARTY ITEMS BLACK LIGHTS
can get to Cecil Field or the Naval A..r. Stationin turn right on San Juan-Continue past BAR ACESSORIES POSTERS
"" Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
10 minutes downtown Jacksonville, .m 15fj 's CLEVER
w a -turn left to apartments. KITCHENWEARand
Apartments have individually controlled
heating and air conditioning, carpeting much, much more.
draperies and sliding glass door to courtyardor
talcony U And you move into a 1 or 2
bedroom apartment today Furnished or un, 10 % DISCOUNT
furnished. ,. \jRLEN

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p' A'G' JAX AIR" NEWS-LA' TWING E'R


t t u r Two Students Receive HonorsTwo I

M aq
aboard the USS afloat until they could be pulled to
while serving
NATTC students were
4 honored last week in a ceremony Coral Sea (CVA-34)), Without safety
safety This was the second man to be
conducted by Capt. John E. regard for his personal
overboard to saved by Smith. Earlier he had
Kennedy. A03 Larry Johnson, a Smith jumped member. received a Navy CommendationMedal
student the AO 4B' School here, rescue a fellow crew
for saving the life of
current and a
the strong
J with Navy Battling
a
was presented
North Vietnamese soldier who
cold water, he reachedthe
Achievement Medal. AN Robert extremely
fallen into stream.of .
him had a
and kept
LamarSmith,a student at the AE drowning man
'A' School received the Navy and
1 tt Marine Corps Medal

According to his citation, \..,.
Johnson received the award for .'
R wr his superior performances as ,
Aviation Ordnanceman in the 41l'
Armament Branch of Attack
Squadron 42 Detachmentat the ; 'l .
Marine Corps Air Station in J''
Yuma, Arizona from May 15 to ;
January 31.
While his assigned arming .." -
MSGT. JOHN F. McCORKLE, MAT SO Supply chief, receives his crew leader was absent, Johnson --
papers from Mal.| John Weare, MATSG executive officer, as he |loins displayed outstanding initiative, A03 Johnson AN Smith I
the Fleet Reserve after 22 years of active service. stated his citation, by assuming
those rcsponsibillities and duties
Wash
Car SaturdayJaxThe
normally assigned to a more
Marine Supply Chief experienced petty officer.
A03 Johnson has been at Junior and Senior High Groups will sponsora

NATTC According since to March.his citation, Smith car wash at the station chapels Saturday beginning at

Ends 22-Year CareerJax received his medal for heriosm 9 a.m. The price will be $1 per car.


MSgt. John F. McCorkle, well over $100,000. Communication Aids Closenessthat
MATSG supply chief, received a His efforts and knowledge in
meritorious mast from Maj.j JohnC. the maintenance and repair
Weare, MATSG executive program of special services Jax All Navy personnel are dependents know how to sponsors. They should also
officer, before being transferredto equipment produced countless reminded of the importance of contact their sponsors, as well as make available to the dependentsthe
the fleet reserve after more savings in this program, according communicating with their Homeport Contact Officer, who complete telegraph address
than 22 years active Marine to the citation. families while on extended can provide assistance in for the deployed or overseas
Corps service. MSgt. McCorkle served at deployments.The emergencies during the absence command.
The mast cited MSgt. McCorklefor more than one dozen duty
training his men into an efficient stations before arriving at most common method of
team as well as MATSG in Dec. 1968. His over communicating with dependentswhile
monitoring and distributing seas tours included Korea, on deployment is the Class'E' Shipment Ban Repealed
Marine and Navy funds totaling Okinawa and Vietnam.I' message which can be sent at
low cost. It is suggested that

Nine VP-56 CrewmembersWin composing leaders assist such messages their men so that in From Foreign-Made Carspolicies i

I' concerns are adequately
Achievement MedalsNine described. Commercial ship-to-
I
shore radio telephone and the WASHINGTON The in line with those in effect
MARS program are also Department of Defense has for State Department employees. '
members of Patrol manding officer VP-56. available to sponsors. ended the 10-year ban on ship- Under the new rule, all eligible
Squadron Fifty Six were Those who received the awards Commanders may also ment of foreign-made, privately- Defense Department employeswill
awarded Navy Achievement were LCdr. James E. Ayars, authorize the use of Class 'A' owned vehicles to the United be authorized to ship their
Medals during a ceremony LCdr. Phillip R. Black, Lt. messages. AUTOVON and States by eligible Defense vehicles at Government expense
Friday, July 2, officially Robert F. Bott, Lt William S. NORATS may also be used in the Department employees.The without regard to the country in
welcoming the new swuadron to Richbourg, AW2 Daniel J. handling of personal concerns action, effective July 1, which purchased.
Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Piotrowski AW2 Benard J. when their judgment of need and was taken by DoD's per diem, The ban was imposed March 6,
Bookhammer,AW2 George D. operational considerations travel and transportation 1961 in an effort to stem the gold
Presenting the medals were Fisk and AW2 James W. Gold warrant such use.Commanders allowance committee in a move flow and improve the U.S.
Cdr. Steven E. Kish, com man. must also ensure designed to bring military balance of payments.



TrafficViolations


Ladies. ;;{ ,

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Jax-The following is a reportof
If aren't a member motor vehicle accidents and
you traffic violations for the period of
'
June 28-July 4.Number .
of Accidents


you can't get a Pillsbury Cook Book This Total Total period accidents accidents a year this ago through year 'this 153 5.

period last year 161
Total number of days since last

from the credit union. injury in a motor vehicle accident 9

Number of days since an injury
'.. last year at this time 32.

..;' Number of Violations

BUT
This period 57.

..You may join or deposit at least $20.00 to your account. The Pillsbury Speeding 14.
Money Saving Meals Cook Booh can then be yours for only 49 cents. Come to any Reckless driving 1
Going 10
through stop sign
office. Other Violations 32
Thirty-two drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
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x: 3 LOCATIONS TO :;:; / ;S V" included the following:
i:|: SERVE YOU... 8:: liMALLH'M Twenty-Six lost driving and
fttmwtfttff&::::: : : ::: :::: &%: ( parking privileges aboard the
; NNMMINNINNMM/NN/NM "" FEDERAL station for various periods; 7
.l. NASJAX MAS iL \ .... -ta: : )Y. ....... were assigned to complete an
eight-hour course in remedial
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Bldg.NMMNNNLNM.N.MMNNIMNNININNMNNNNMNNNNNNN1 Bldg. p/g driving; 9 received suspensions;
2 were given warnings; 1 was
dismissed; None were fined (U.S.
Magistrate) and None were
referred to commanding officersfor
possible disciplinary action.

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I Applications For Commissioned Status

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Jax--Qualified officer and for prior active military service
enlisted personnel on active or on a month-to-month Sciences Optometry Pharmacy
basis but
inactive duty may now submit not to exceed 36 months Podiatry, and Medical Specialist
For more specific details and
for to
appointment
applications Some
of the
sections for
open information call
your personnel
commissioned status in the 1
appointment are: Health Care f 1 3'
office or refer to BUSPERSINST
various sections of the Medical Administration
Medical Allied 1120.23F.
Service Corps, U.S. Naval 4'
1ht
Reserve. 4
Applications may be submittedfor Better Base l tf tij?'
TransportationIs s .f th z1l
either service or inactive W

appointments; however, male

applicants may not apply for Goal of Pilot Program
inactive appointments unless
they have completed their active t tai
duty obligations and in the case of
Naval Reserve Officers on active WASHINGTON-Motor vehicle sary dental clinic, legal office,
transportaton for fleet personnelat chaplains office and household
eligible for release from
duty,are Naval bases
active duty. leaves much to be goods office; recreational
desired.In .
facilities, Navy Exchanges and
Both men and women are ,
eligible to apply for appointment, an effort to eliminate or perimeter gates.As .
FAREWELL CHIEF Prior to his retirement from the Navy, CSC
greatly reduce this
except for the specialty of problem,
CNO Adm. Elmo R. part of his program shore William Day (center) assistant chief In charge of Galley Three, gets a
radiation health which is limitedto Zumwalt Jr.,
activities with
has directed that a shortage of hand at cutting his farewell cake from his successor, CSC Paul Day, at
threemonthpilot
male a
applicants
vehicles to fulfill normal right, while fellow commissarymen look on. A veteran of 21 years of
The minimum age for ap- program be set up at Naval requirements of fleet units
may service, Chief Day was assigned here last September after a tour
pointment is 21 except for women Stations Norfolk and San Diego to rent vehicles from commerical aboard the USS Norton Sound.
who must be at least 18. provide on-base taxi and bus sources. .
Maximum ages for appointmentare service for fleet personnel.

: as Ensign--32; as Afloat units may use non- Your favorite Uncle .
Lieutenant (jg.31) ; and asLieutenant39 Service for the fleet sailors will appropriated funds, within ,,
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I Household Service Benefits Goods May Enter Duty-Free_ I IWASHINGTONIt


Health, Division of Electronic
Just doesn't by Customs if you try to bring will not be entitled to free enty. 'Customs Highlights for Products, 12720 Twinbrook Park
seem possible, the day is almost them home. Included are pet There are other bits of Information Government Personnel' and 'U.S. way, Rockville, Md., 20852.
here. 'That day' being the day animals, like the monkeys, you may find useful Customs Trademark In-
you get on a jet and head for snakes, birds, and dogs that when it comes to planning for formation.' Duty-free entry of your
home after a tour of duty in the servicemen seem to collect 'that day.' household goods and personal
Armed Forces overseas. whereever they go. Other Write to the Bureau of Copies of the HEW pamphlet effects is a valuable benefit. Do
If you're single, packing for the restricted items are fruits, Customs, Department of the 'Electronic Product be obtained ImportInformation' not abuse it by sending items for
trip may consist of throwing the vegetables, plants and plant Treasurey, Washington, D.C. may of Radiological others not eligible for this benefit.
threads in a suitcase, putting the products, certain items which 20226, and ask for their pamphlets from the Bureau _
uniforms in a duffle bag, and bear trademarks, and certain .4
mailing those souvenirs ahead so types of television sets and r ;:
you won't have to carry them. microwave ovens. There are
For a family, the move back to items added and removed from
the States, and a assignment this list. Check with your trans-
is a lot different. You sort out the portation office for the latest
things you will need in the new word.
.
house, those that will go into There are other items which n ,
storage for the 'home to call our cannot be brought into the U.s. }
own' part of your life's plan, and These include military firearms, ( r x
decide what exotic souvenirsyou narcotics,lottery tickets, obscene
want to display from the materials,wild bird feathers, and
r overseas stay. skin, and items made in Cuba,
Duty Free Entry North Vietnam or North Koreaare 1

Whatever your packing and among those which will be .' ti i 111AM .. Iwo, MI9YI WI, .-.' ...
shipping problems, one of the confiscated when found by .'I ?" > 1' f "
many benefits you receive from Customs agents. They cannot be f "ri
1t1
service in the Armed Forces is returned to the importer. Again, ; fr '. ", :
the duty free entry of your personal there are other items on this list. S t 03 ,
and household effects when Your transporation office will be 1 ', ia t' b<'!A o
Ay P iA o b Jai4w "4
you return to the States from an able to give you the full listing of Y a ; ykLe'i ,', .7

overseas assignment. Even if prohibited articles. 44 ,:;
you mail your effects home aheadof Mailed Gifts and Cars IC,k f
your trip, they will be admitted Another benfefit you have
duty free if you have made the from serving overseas is being
proper arrangements.You able to mail gifts to your friends
play a very important partin back in the United States. Gift
claiming this service benefit. up to the fair retail value of $10
When you get ready to ship or may be sent to friends in the U.S.
mail personal or household Under certain circumstances you
goods, you must fill out Customs can send gifts up to$50 in value in

Form 6061 or Department of they are sent while you are GRADUATION CEREMONIES were held recently In the hospital movie auditorium for 10 medical'
Defense Form 1252. 'Declarationand serving on active duty in a Pictured (I to ) J. E.
of here.
Interns, signifying the completion of a one year period internship are r
Entry for Personal and combat zone. Get the latest Information Noffsinger, S. C. Mills, J. J. Conroy, R. F. Taylor,M. A. Cunningham, P. E. Lewis, G. R. Johnston F.
Household Effects.A of this this benefit from the
copy on F. Hicks,J. S. Hicks,and D. A.Vance,the honor intern
form and a copy of your orders combat zone headquarters.All .
must accompany mailed items gifts must be well wrappedand
and be included in any shipment clearly marked on the outside Flight Conducted to Athens Greece
made for you.Remember. with the words 'Gift En- ,
now, there is no closed.'
customs exemption if you are When you finally reach the end By Dependents Air Charter ProgramJax
returning to the U.S. on tem of the overseas tour, you may .
porary duty, on leave or for even include a foreign-made car The Dependent Air sonnel DOD civilian employees, All eligible persons other than
\ personal reasons before the end as part of your personal effects. Charter will conduct retired
Program a military personnel and those entitled to priority con
of your overseas tour. This holds But, to get this benefit you must flight next month from the immediate families of personnel sideration should apply directlyto
true whether are on orders or have actually had the automobilein
you in of
Jacksonville to Athens, Greece any those categoriesare the charter agency,enclosing a
not.- your possession while over for a round-trip fare of $251 (tax eligible for the flights. $25 check or money order with
Restricted Articles seas. In other words, a car included). The flight will leave Priority consideration will be their application to reserve a
There are certain categories of purchased by you but which was Aug. 5 and return Aug. 16. given to the immediate familiesof seat. The agency's mailing address
.articles which may be detained never acutally delivered to you
All active duty military per- personnel stationed or is:
deployed overseas. Families that
Convert to Open RatingJaxThe are eligible for this considerationmust Davis Agency Inc.
be nominated directly to the 147-31 176th St.
Selective Conversionand mittment. charter agent, by the commandof Jamaica, New York 11434
AR Reelistment Program Basically, the incentives of- the primary eligible in time to Fares will be charged for each
(SCORE) now offers you a way to fered for SCORE reenlistmentsare be received by the charter agent occupied seat. Children under
convert to any rating that is on a guaranteed assignment to 30 days prior to the date of flight. two years of age may travel free
> Complete Line of *> the Open Rates List. School and a immediate changeof They will then be contacted by of charge if they are accompanied
> PARTS&SUPPLIESSpecial > Designated strikers in pay rating; a guaranteed 'b' the charter agent and priority by a parent and do not
> Service Discount grade E-3 and petty officers third equivalent 'B' or 'C' school; an reservations will be established. require an additional seat.
7y im Park AVt.Ph.14-3204 < opportunity for a challenging and P02 (if otherwise eligivle);
7 ORANGE PARK S intensive training, along with and a reenlistment bonus, VRB
conversion to another rating in and Pro Pay if otherwise

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Publisher ;CLASSIFIED Call ADVERTISING : Movie Schedule :

388-2755
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JAX AIR NEWS I

NAS Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not 'later than
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday
LATWINGER I,. AOS arriving too 'late for this deadline will be
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the
publisher !I. instructed
: otherwise A check or
: money order for the full cost of the ad must be Thursday,July IS Saturday,July 17
received WITH the copy for the ad.
,
4747 San Juan Avenue .: RATEs: Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 NAS: \\IIICII WAY TO TilE NAS: 'TilE PHANTOM

Jacksonville Florida Per additional line ((4 word per line) SOc FRONT' Color war comedy TOLLBOOTH' Color cartoon
: starring Jerry Lewis and Jan starring Butch Patrick. 'G' VG

Murray. 'G' G ((90 mins.). (90 mins.).
-- -- ---- -- ---." .. =1 HOSPITAL: 'TilE OBLONG HOSPITAL : 'THE

BOX Color horror starring STRANGER RETURNS'

Vincent Price and
,. ... ChristopherLee.
;EMPLOYMENT: *'.: ; "iRENTALS TRANSPORTATIONSmM7'SEMIVEE- '' 'GP' G (95 mins.). 18
: Sunday,July
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Friday,July 16 NAS: 'VALDEZ IS COMING'Color'

RETIRING? NEW1 BEDROOM FURN. adventure starring Burt
We are looking for an auto parts Electric water paid, On private lot Fiberglass boat, 55 H P. Electric Start NAS: 'TilE STRANGER Lancaster and Susan Clark. 'GP'G
Must excell! In
saleman. math. 5Vj
day $125 .
+ J65 security deposit. 771 8740. Take over remaining pyts. $490. Plus RETURNS' Color western
commission & mins.
)
week. Salary car. ((90 .
Conley United Service. 2250 Emerson $500 cash after 5pm. 7716685. starring Tony Anthony. 'R' VG

Street, Jacksonville 32207 396.2792.GENERALOFFICE WILMAR APT$. (90 mins.),
IIOSPITAL: 'WHICH WAY TO IIOSPITAL: 'TilE PHANTOM
Air Conditioned, Bedroom, Living 67 ENGLISH FORD
Room, Kitchen, Bkfstnook, parking R&H, speed.. $590.ASTRO TilE FRONT' TOLLBOOTH'
Put your office skills to work and earn space for 2 cars, water, sewage, MOTORS
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you garbage, lawn service Furnished 6566 Normandy Blvd.
wish. NO FEE. Call $120. Unfurnished $100 plus 4 percent
NORRELLTemporary sales tax. 387-2541 1 Weekends, 389
Services 0744. 1971 HONDA 450
396.5371 Only 1680 actual miles. $925. 7721004.

ORANGE PARK
JOE'S HANDY MAN SERVICEThe 2 BR., Apts turn, or unfurn, Dish- .11111-

Impossible we do Immediately, washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth 63 VW SEDAN ; :
Miracles take a little longer. House Apts., 771.1405 or 7713355. Blue, R&H. $390.
painting, household repairs, minor
ASTROMOTORS
appliance repairs, screens, fixtures,
glassetc. Joe Hurwitz, 264.4135 (USN FURN.OR UNFURN HOUSE 6566 Normandy Blvd

RET.Ret.) FOR RENT 69 KARMANN GHIA $1997

3 BR., 1 Bath, Kit Equip. Air cond. Car SPECIAL Convertible, Green with white vinyl top, R&H, WWT.
Port. Util Room, Washer Hookup. 19 4KarmanGhiaClean

PART.TIME WORK 3872541. .Reduced from $995. to $750. TWO 69 KARMANN GHIAS $1887
NAS Jax.. 10:30: to 2:30: p.m. or 4:30: to
Royce Smith Used Cars
10:30: p.m. 3877581. 1557 Cassat Coupes, Sunset, Radio and Heater, WWT.

:t1fiM ;; -, .. 384-3658
: R EA'L''ESTAT E 1i "\ 70 VW SQUAREBACK $2497


Part-Time,HELP 5.11 p.m.WANTED Shift. 51 CHEVY2DR. SEDAN Green, Automatic transmission, R&H.

Apply Burger Chef 6 cylinder stick, R&H. Runs Good.
69 VW SQUAREBACK
6238103rd St.MISCELLANEOUS. CASHI! $225 $1995
ASTROMOTORS
We buy,sell,and trade equities Diamond Blue
Louise. Bailey 6566 Normandy Blvd. 4-speed, R&H.

7713605 Broker
.
': .: } 1946 FORD COUNTRY SEDANAC 69 VW SQUAREBACK $1997

PS, V8, AT, R&H, Only $795- Diamond blue, R&H.
NEW HOMES Terms
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. 3 & 4 BR, 2 Baths, Built.In Range. Royce Smith Used Cars 69 VW BUS
Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,300 up. 1557 Cassat $2395
1925. and Cats
Dogs Boarded.
FHA or VA Terms-Fast Occupancy.Edw. 384.3658
Pick up 8. Delivery Available. Blue & White, R&H.
0. Lyon Broker, 781-1422.
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing.
Mastercharge & BankAmericard 65 FORD CONVERTIBLE VW FASTBACKS I '66 thru 70.... ..
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 Maroon, V.8, Auto. trans., R&H. $440.
'HIDDEN WATERS'
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. Some with Air Conditioning, choose your color, ten ((10))
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots ASTROMOTORS
available. Excellent fishing, boating, 6566 Normandy Blvd. to choose from!
BEARADIOORTVANNOUNCER swimming. Mobile Home area. Also
permanent home area. High, wooded $1295 to $2377
Recorded message by leading announcer lots. E.Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
tells you how. Call any hour. Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992. 1963BONNEVILLEHTRuns
355.2944. good. Only $279. VW SEDANS! '66 thru 70....
Royce Smith Used Cars.
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS CLOSE TO BASES 1557 Cassat Five with Air Conditioning. Some with automatic stick-

Consoles some with AM.FM, tape 3 BR, 2 bath, Den, Cent. Air & Heat, 3843658BUG.EYE shift for the ladles. Complete selection of colors and
players. At dealers cost to liquidate carpeted, Fenced back yard. Equity & equipment. More than twenty-five ((25)) to choose froml I
stock. Full warranty I Phone 771.0 09.
assume payments.of 5 % percent. 771- SPRITE
7775. 1961 Exc. Cond. 3890818. $1095 to $1995
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
Auto AC, Room units, Central Units.
Repairs. Reasonable. CEDAR HILLS
Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. 4138 Arcot Circle, 3 BR, LR, DR, Eat- 1967 FALCON DR
388-5161 In-KIt., Irg screened porch, f-yd, AT,
4711 Palmer Lake Shore window AC,drapes, WW cpt. Cony. to $695.Royce Smith Used Cars $
schools,shopping 8. Navy bases. FHA, 1557 Cassat 1 $ #
$15,000 & $120 mo. Ph. 771-0871. 38136581963RAMBLER

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH
Wilford's Fish Camp. 264-9707.
MLS REALTORS CLASSIC 770
BABYSITTING Acreage ,..Homes....Trailer !lots. 4 Dr. Sed. E-Stlck Trans. with over.
Riding Lessons, Horses boarded. 772. WYNNE REALTY of Florida, Inc. drive. Good condition. Call 2644115.
8862.
4653 Highway Ave. 3895514MQBiEHp.ML

ATLANTIC RENT.A.CAR
FLY TO WHERE? 18 yrs. and up. Free Delivery, 387- .Ott'"OC.
Anywhere, you want, flight Instruction < !,,;.;:I:\, ", 5413 Prices start at $400 day, .05
or charter. Call Dick or Bill cents a mile.
781.2636.

1944 VW SEDAN

FOR SALE JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Very good Cond. 5144 Eulace' Rd. (off .

GE Room Air Cond. 6,000 BTU. 3 yrs 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Tlmuquana). 7716719.
old. Auto thermostat Call Lt. Key, 772 trailer and Apts 3893007.
3584 after 5, 771-2672.
The first air mail services were Thafi Rlghtl Win a Volkswagen'Bug'
SELL
RS.MUST
RECEIVED ORDE inaugurated in 1926, between ABSOLUTELY FRItl NoQlmmlck.no' -
12 x 60 Trailer, 7729142. 2 BR, 1/4
FREE KITTENSFor bath, carpeted. Boston and New York. lust register now at Westslde Volkswagen during their...
good home. 771-6161 Ext. 45. ask -
for Gigi after 5 call 771-0870. "LUCKY SEVEN"

RIDEGEWOOD MOBILE HOMES

MINATURE SCHNAUSER PUP 1,2 & 3 Bedrooms available. Free BIRTHDAY PARTYry'IS
AKC, Male, 10 weeks old. 387-2569. delivery and set up. Very reasonably
priced. Blanding Blvd. beyond Orange l J YOU MAY BE THE LUCKY WINNER

Park High School. 2644772.VAFINANCING. ..jf" 1\-.
LAWNS EDGING & MOWING ,
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We
clean up the mess and leave It neat. DEERSPRINGS
Call Hart, 771.3211 Ext. 8340. No money down on New Star Mobile WESTSIDE
Home. Ask for Ted or Bob.
S & J Mobile Home ESTATES
'Because We Care' 3708 Philips Hwy.
398.8926 ...ATKEYSTONE VOLISWAGEN 1N
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HEIGHTS

III/ll MOBILE HOMESITES 1150 LANE AVE4 $0 PHONE 78W11

II Poodle KastleAll Take stock in AmericaBuy Clyde W. Simpson & Co

Breed Grooming
REALTOR 356-6849
Bond
$10 S. EDGEWOOD u.s. Saving
PHONE 317-7131


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I Jax Facilities Announce Operating HoursEditor's



( Note: The following Monday through Thursday and Open Monday through Friday WEIGHT AND STEAM ROOM. SERVICE STATION: Bldg. 26,
list of hours of th6 various from 8 a.m. Friday until mid from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. and from The Weight Room is open from 11 Monday through Saturday 9 a.m.
facilities aboard the air stati night Sunday or Monday if it is a 1 until 9 p.m. weekends and a.m. until 7 p.m. The Steam to 5 p.m. Sunday and holiday 8
for the convenience of loud holiday. Closed Christmas and holidays. Hospital library: Bldg Room is open from 11 a.m. to 1:30: a.m. to 3 p.m.BEAUTY .
readers. We suggest our readers New Years Day.HUNTING 11.2009, Ext. 2266. Open Monday SHOP: Bldg 3
clip this out of the paper and keep : Not permitted through Friday 8 a.m. until 4:30: p.m.TICKET OFFICE: Bldg 704, Monday and Thursday 8:30: a.m.
it for further references.) aboard station. p.m. Closed weekends and Ext. 3122. Recreation Division to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday,
FISHING: Valid license holidays. attempts to obtain tickets for all Friday and Saturday 8:30: a.m. to
SPECIAL SERVICE required.Fishing allowed in Casa MOVIES: Mainside Theater events at the Coliseum and Civic 5 p.m. Closed Sunday and
ACTIVITIES Linda Lake (golf course side located on Jason St. Bldg 612. Auditorium. Often a reduced rateis Holidays.
restricted-no boats allowed in Movie shown daily at 7:30: p.m. allowed. RESTAURANT AND
ATHLETIC FIELDS: AH fields lake) and along St. Johns River Matinees shown at 2 p.m. on CLUBS FOUNTAIN: Bldg. 3, Monday
are open for use during day light except where marked restricted. Saturday Sunday and holidays. through Friday, 7 a.m. to 9:30:
hours, except those designatedfor Boats may be launched from Fish Hours change occasionally due to PIRATES COVE-Monday p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
use during intramural and Camp or at the southend of special entertainment of long Closed Sunday and holidays.
varsity sports programs. Call Ranger St. Ext. 3111 for further movies. Hospital Theater: Bldg through Thursdays from 11 a.m. SNACK BARS: Operation
Ext.3239 for further information information. 11.2009. Movies daily at 7 p.m. to midnight.Friday and Saturdayfrom Tower, Bldg 118, open daily 24
SOFTBALL: Two centrally GOLF: Located on Mustin Rd. Call Ext. 2858 for tape recorded 11 a.m. until 2 a.m Sunday hours; Bldg 200, Monday through
located fields with lights. By Clubs and carts available for movie schedule. from 9 a.m. until midnight. Bldg. Friday 6:30: a.m. to 2 p.m.; No. 1
reservation only. Call Ext. 3239. rent. Open daily from 8:30 a.m. PICNIC GROUNDS: Casa 46 Ext. 3326. Hangar 1000 Monday through
HANDBALL: Two courts until sunset.Pro Shop in Club and Linda Lake in rear of Chapel. ACEY DEUCEY: Bldg. 593. Friday 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.; No. 2
located on Muslin Rd. and two snack bar nearby. Driving Range Fishing and picnic tables Ext. 3521 Monday through Hanger 1000 Monday through
located in Bldg. 41 behind available Ext. 3249. available. No restroom. Fish Thursday hours are from 11 a.m. Friday 10:30: a.m. to 6 p.m.
Barracks H.BASKETBALL. HOBBY SHOP: Located in Camp: Party area, fishing, until midnight. Friday and Bowling Alley, Bldg. 609,Monday
: Bldg 3 Gym. Bldgs. 565, 897, and surrounding picnic tables, restrooms. Saturday 11 a.m. until a.m. and through Thursday 8:30: a.m. to
Current hours are 11 a.m. until 7 areas. Ext. 3523. Tools and Reservations only--Ext. 3111. Sunday from 11 a.m. until mid. 1:30:: a.m. and from noon to 1:30: )
p.m. Monday through Friday. materials for auto repair, carpentry Skeet Club: Party area, club night. a.m.Saturday.Sunday from noon
Closed on weekends and holidays. boat building and repair, house, restrooms, softball field, OFFICERS CLUB: Bldg. 10 to 11:30:
SQUASH: Courts located in welding, ceramics, models, swings, barbeque pits and tables. Ext. 3041. Main Bar is open 11 CANDLELIGHT RESTAURANT
Bldg. 44 on Mustin Rd. Keys may photography and leatherwork Reservations only-Ext. 3111. a.m. until 11 p.m. Tuesday : Bldg. 808, Monday
be obtained at BOQ main desk, available.Hours: 12:30: p.m. until NATTC. Allegheny and Bir. through Sunday, closed Monday. through Friday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Bldg 11.TENNIS. 9 p.m. Monday Tuesday, and mingham, Complete faculties. Dining room open from 11:15 19th HOLE LOUNGE: Bldg
: Four courts are Friday. 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Reservations only. Ext. 3117. a.m. until 1:43: p.m. and from 6 to 808, Open daily from 10 a.m. to 8
located at Mustin and Enterprise weekends, and some holidays. RECREATION GEAR ISSUE: 9 p.m. Tuesday through Thur.
Roads. Open until 3:30: p.m. Closed Wednesdays, Thursday, Bldg 704 Open 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. sday. Friday and Saturday lunch p.m.GAME ROOM: Open daily
AMATEUR: (Call letters and on Thanksgiving. Christmas, everyday. Checkout items include hours are from 11:15: to 1:45: p.m. from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
W4NEK) Bldg. 726. Open 11:30: and New Years Day. fishing gear sports and supper hours are from 6 until LAUNDRY AND DRY
a.m.until 1 p.m. and from 4 p.m. HORSEBACK RIDING: Stable equipment, shotguns, camp 10 p.m. Sunday lunch hours are CLEANING: Main Issue Room
until desired Monday through located on Child St. Bldg 1802 trailers, gas lanterns and stoves, from 11:15: a.m. to 1:45: p.m. and Bldg. 106 Monday through Friday
Friday. Call radio shack at Ext. near hospital. Open 8:30: until 6 cots, coolers, and related the Sunday buffet is served from 7:30: a.m. to 5:30: p.m. Officers
3524 for weekends and holiday p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. equipment. 6 until 8:45: p.m. Ceiling Zero Bar Issue, BOQ,7:30: a.m. to 8:30: a.m.
hour as well as club meeting Closed Monday. Riding instruction GAME CENTER: Bldg. 148 Blad 11 is open from 11 a.m. until 11:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m. and 4:30:
dates. available. Ext. 3178. Pool tables and penball machines 11 p.m. daily. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through
BOATING: Boats and motors LIBRARIES: Bldg 3 Ext. 3415. available. Open 11 a.m. until 11 Friday.
available for a nominal fee from 8 Hours: 12:30: p.m. until 9 p.m. p.m. Sunday through Thursday. EXCHANGE SERVICES LAUNDRETTE Bldg. 412
a.m. until sunset daily. Bldg. Monday through Thursday. 11 a.m.until midnight Friday and MAIN RETAIL STORE: Bldg. Open seven days a week from
1547. Ext. 3318.BOWLING Friday and Saturday 8:30: until 5 Saturday and on days before 27 Ext. 3292 Open from 9 a.m. to 5 7:30: a.m. to 10 p.m.
: Bldg.609 Ext. 3493. p.m. Closed on Sunday. NATTC holidays. p.m. Monday, Tuesday Wed. COIN-OP LAUNDRY: Bldg.
Open 8 a.m. until midnight Library; Bldg 563, Ext. 3317. SWIMMING: Outdoor pool are nesday Friday and Saturday. 9 1917, open seven days a week
open during summer months on a a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday. from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
schedule announced each spring. TOYLAND AND COUNTRY COBBLER SHOP: Bldg 3
WESTSIDE NATTC pool this spring is open STORE: Bldg. 514, Ext. 3298 Monday through Saturday 9 a.m.
from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. everyday Open from 9 a.m. until 6:30: p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday and holidays.
except Thursday. The same Monday through Friday. PERSONAL SERVICESSHOP
hours apply to the enlisted pool Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. : Bldg.3 Monday, Tuesday,
and the Chief's pool except that BARBERSHOPS: Officers and Wednesday, Friday and Satur-
e the Enlisted pool is closed on crew, Bldg. 3 Monday through day.9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday to
SALES A ND StRVljGE Tuesday and the Chief's is closedon Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. BOQ 8 p.m.
: Wednesday. The Officer's poolis Bldg 11 Monday through Friday, TAILOR SHOP: Bldg 3,
1971- ; ; open from noon to 6 p.m excepton 8 to 11:30: a.m.; Hanger 1000, Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to
Monday. The hours for swim Monday through Friday 1 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Sundays and
Corolla lesson registration are from 8 to 4:30p.m.: ; Operatins Tower, Bldg hilidays.
10 a.m and 2:30: to 4 p.m. at Bldg 118 Monday through Friday 8 OPTICAL SHOP: Bldg 3
Sedan 704 Monday through Friday. a.m. to 4:40: p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to
vl 4:30: p.m. Thursday to 8 p.m.
Open/or your convenience 6 a.m.-lOp.m. HOBBY SHOP: Bldg. 898
Monday, Tuesday, from 12:30: to
D PICKUP & DELIVERY 8:30: p.m. Friday to 9 p.m.
lOOH UfTOKMl D ROAD SERVICED Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 5
., LIMITED' SUPPLY> '-. PER GALLON. p.m. Closed Wednesday, Thur.
*
Standard : MECHANIC ON DUTY sday and holidays.

Equipment includes : Reclining Bucket Seats D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARSBOB'S EXPRESS STORE NUMBER
ONE: Blsg. 931 Open Monday.
White waif tines Wheelcovers Nylon carpets .:.
through Friday 1 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Front disc brakes'Tinted glass OAK HILL Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundayand
holidays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
PRICES THAT CAN'T BE BEATII umnSERVICE GUEST HOUSE OFFICE:
Come In..or call 389-4468 or 6669. Bldg 803, open seven days a week
Como and Got 'Em CENTER from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m.
SpocialsJl.. GOLF PRO SHOP, : Bldg 1877,
These cars in PERFECT CONDITION open seven days a week from 8
103rd & Jammes Road 771-9156
a.m. to 6 p.m.Con't .
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70 MUSTANG-cylinder 3 speed. ,Low mileage. S2US deductible Collision and Road service.Abovecoverageon'69VWSEDAN. ., Turn South 2 Blocks
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Reader Service Monday through
Friday from 10 6:45: a.m. to 6:30: p.m. Thursdayuntil
(Continued) 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.Open paydays from 11 p.m. Saturday 7 a.m. to 2
: a.m. to 4:30
:
p.m. Ext. 3870. a.m. and the first and third
NATTC NAVY EXCHANGE CLOTHING AND SMALL Wednesdays of each month from
RESTAURANT AND STORES: Bldg. 513. NATTC 6:45: to 11 p.m. For further information .
FOUNTAIN: Bldg. 554, Monday Monday through Thursday from phone Ext. 3880 or city
through Friday, Saturday 9 a.m. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday from number 389-1732.
11 a.m. to 3:30: Closed ,
to 3 p.m. Sunday noon to 8 p.m. p.m. HOSPITAL
Saturday and
SHOE REPAIR LAUNDRY Sunday Ext3848. Military Sick Call hours:
DRY CLEANING AND COMMISSARY STORE: Bldg Emergency Room 8 a.m. and
TAILOR: Bldg 554, Monday 135, Tuesday, Wednesday, and 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.
through Friday, 6 a.m. to 7:30: Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dependents Sick Call: Saturdayand
Saturday 9 a.m. to 12:30: Thursday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday in General Practiceand t
p.m.
and Saturday from 8 a.m. to
Closed Sunday and holidays. Emergency Room.
p.m. p.m.Closed Sunday ,Monday and Clinic Hours
WATCH REPAIR SHOP: Bldg : Monday through
514, Monday Tuesday Wed holidays. Ext. 3434. Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. by ap-
nesday, Friday Saturday open CREDIT UNION: Bldg. 37, pointment. General Practice
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdayuntil Monday through Friday, from Clinic 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
9:30: a.m to 4:30
8 p.m. Closed Sunday and : p.m. Ext. 2431. Appointment Desk: Monday
holidays. JOINT AIRLINES TICKET through Friday, 7:30: to 4 p.m.
OFFICE: Bldg 13, Monday Call extension 2281 for
EXPRESS STORE NUMBER through Friday from 8 a.m to Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Der-
TWO: Monday through Friday, 4:30: p.m. Ext. 3553. Saturday 9 mathology, and Surgery.Ext. _.-"'-_,_----,- ------
10 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.DISPENSARY. 2283 for General Practice, ASSUMES COMMAND Lt. John M. Cain welcomes his relief LCdr
a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed Sunday and : Bldg 8: Internal Medicine, Urology, and Rudolph B. Hamlin (I to r) aboard to the U. S. Navy Fuel Depot Lt.
holidays. Medical and Dental (topside) Family Practice.Ext. Cain served as officer-ln-charge of the depot since December 1969.
PORTRAIT STUDIO: Bldg 554, sick call hours are 8 to 9 a.m. and 2285 for OB, GYN, EENT
Monday through Friday 11 a.m. 1 to 2 p.m. Monday through and Neuropsychiatric (retired
to 8:30: p.m. Closed weekends and Friday. Emergencies any time. personnel and dependents only.) Fuel Depot Sees
holidays. Ext. 2423.STATION. Ext. 2967 for active Duty
SERVICE STATION: Bldg. NURSERY: Bldg Personnel in NeuropsychiatricClinic
438 Monday through Friday 10 560, open Monday, Tuesday, : Call 2287 to cancel an
a.m.holidays.to 3 p.m. Closed Sunday and Wednesday, and Friday from appointment Command Change

EQUIPMENT RENTAL: BDG. -
Men Retire From
554, 9:30: to 5 p.m. Monday Jax-LCdr. Rudolph Hamlin Ills tours of duty include the
through Saturday. Noon to 3 p.m. assumed command of USS Truckee AO-147)); Light
Sunday. Jacksonville Navy Fuel Depot at Photographic Squadron 62, NAS
NARTUNARFJax change of command ceremonies Cecil Field; USS Tallahatchie Co.
NAVAL HOSPITAL EXCHANGE July 6. CA AVB-20; Headquarters, Naval

A native of Whitley City, Ky. Audit Service,Washington, C. C.;
BUDGET STORE: Bldg H- LCdr. Hamlin enlisted in the U. S. Sub area Petroleum Office,
2009, Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ceremonies-- Two retirement salute while being 'piped over Air Force in 1954 and was com- Vietnam.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, here were held recently the side' at his retirement missioned in the Navy upon Lt. John M. Cain served as
Friday, and Saturday. Thursdayopen to Cdr.officially saying good bye ceremony at the Naval Air graduating from the U. S. Navy Officer in Charge of the depot
Harry W. Walker
until 8 p.m. LCdr. Walter Ellis and Rework Facility (NARF). Academy in 1959. He sub- from December 1968 until
SNACK BAR: Bldg. H-2009, Landon.-- .. At this event marking the closeof sequently graduated from Kan- relieved by LCdr. Hamlin. He
Monday through Friday, 8:30: v.Iopkl.J! III At7Cl.4 his more than 30 years of sas University with a Master's reports to COMFAIRMED,
a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to military service LCdr. Landonwas degree In Petroleum Naples, Italy, Duty Staff as
3 p.m. Closed Sunday and awarded the Navy Com- Management. Assistant POL Logistics Officer.
holidays. mendation Medal and was citedin -
SNACK BAR: Bldg H-2080, a letter of commendation from
Monday through Friday 7:30: a.m. RAdm. K. C. Childers, Jr., Naval Learn To FlyIntroductory
to 8:30: p.m. Saturday and Sunday Air Systems Command -f
11 a.m. to 8:30: p.m. Representative, Atlantic.In LessonPrivate
BARBER SHOP: Bldg. H-2080 retirement, the commanderand FAA APPROVED
Monday through riday 8:00 a.m. ,. I s sa his wife plan to travel a great
to 4:30: p.m. Closed Saturday and a Ii i deal but to make their home in Commercial FREE
Sunday and holidays. Jacksonville. Instrument Instructor
BEAUTY SHOP: Bldg. H-2009, For Limited
------ ----- -
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, VA Approved Time.
and Saturday 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. Available Only
----- Courses
Thursday to-7 p.m. Closed Sun Cdr. Walker
day and holidyas. Cdr. Walker retired from the HERLONG AVIATION, INC.
OTHER FACILITIESRED Navy after 23 years of service.lie OFF NORMANDY BLVD. A 781-2636
CROSS: Bldg39,Ext. 2426 was operations officer at the N
Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4.40: Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
p.m. Monday through Friday.For (NARTU). 9
assistance during holidays, The ceremony was conductedby M !
weekends, and after office hours Capt. Wilson McCulley Jr., jhA
call Ext. 2484 and ask for NARTU executive officer.
telephone of duty worker. The commander is married to ..
NAVY RELIEF: Bldg. 935 the former Elizabeth France of
Office from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., Park City, Ky. They now have SpecialFinancing

Monday through Friday. For three sons. -----
after hours and weekends or LCdr. Landon made his final LCdr. Landon
holiday assistance, contact the &
duty Red Cross worker for Navy :

Relief coordination. Claude Stepp Says......
HOUSING REFERRAL: Bldg.

13 Ext. 2844., Open 8 a.m. until ... You should see me before buying any new
4:30: p.m. Monday through y or used car. HERE'S WilY .n Low for
Saturday. overhead means lower prices. Drive a
FAMILY SERVICES CENTER little and save a lot.CLAYTON. ,
: Bldg 13. Ext. 2845 Open
from 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. Monday REVELSChryslerPlymouth Service
through Saturday. USN Retired
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Hospital In FinalsJaxThe t ? How They're,


Hospital intramural softball team will meet StandingNavy
the winner of the NARTU vs VP-45 game for the 1971
NAS Intramural Softball Championship. Marine Bowling
44 12 .786
Hospital, led by the pitching of Rester Bryan, ad The Vp-t5 Met18 36 20 .643
vanced to the finals by beating FICEUR 6-3, NARTU 1-0 Sidewinders 35 21 .625
and VP-45 21. Bryan allowed only five hits and struck rriJIIJJIft'iI4 Amble Inn 34 22 .607
out seven in the victory over FICEUR while he struck AutoBahns 33 23 .589
out 12 in the NARTU game and 10 in the VP-45 victory. ( / The Zeros 32 24 .571
: ; The Black Shoes 30 26 .536
Jerry Stewart pitched a no-hitter against 679th to lead Bks No.584 28 28 .500
VP-45 into their semi-final game with NARTU. Dave ff \ Pirates Tavern 27 29 .482

Swift hit a homerun and a single driving in four runs in The Ballbearings Ringers 26 19Vfe 30 36Mt .348.464

the 12-0 win. # ,_ K Murray's Tavern 19 37 .339
VP-45 also won against VW-4 by a score of 4-3 while Lightning Strikes 16'i, 39V4 .291
losing to Hospital 2-1. If VP-45 should beat Hospital Smitty's Grunts 12 44 ..214THIS

the finals an extra game will be required to determinethe A -4L AIRCRAFT MODIFIED Tt.. A 4L CMVtrtte ,...pram, i' "
champion. which was Initiated at the NAVAL Air Rework Facility (NARF) ; : %":";">h,'
almost two years ago Is being temporarily brought to a conclusionwith i::': .:t Np
<
the completion of Bureau Number 148530-the final A- 4C to A. :
NARTU lost their first game on the way to the semifinals 4L update in the Initial group of W aircraft. John T. Lee (I to r) and """
in a close one to Hospital 1-0. They came back, Wilborn R. Hayes, airframes mechanics Install the cockpit canopy x
.
through in another close one to beat the Bee's 3-2 in nine preparatory to releasing Bureau Number 148530, A.4L aircraft from ,.
innings and won the chance to meet VP-45 in the semi the assembly line.MATSG. AA& q,.
;t'
finals by beating 679th 2-0. in a real pitchers duel. Von
McClure, who struckout 39 batters in three games, Rifle Team \1/
struckout 11 and allowed only one hit while Junior Aguonof

679th only allowed NARTU three hits. ://1

Wins ChampionshipJax t tj
Craft
Insignia Approved yIn
-
Jax-Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, those Navymen who served as The MATSG Rifle Teamis Third Place in the 300-yd. Rapid n .o }
Chief of Naval Operations, announced craftsmasters of independentunits really hitting the mark! Fire Competition and Second +' @ '
that a new insignia for or who share a similar They captured the Team Place in the 200-yd, Rapid Fire .
officers and petty officers who responsibility requiring the same Championship in the Sharp Competition
were in charge of small craft skill and expertise. shooter Class at the Florida State GySgt. Floyd W. Alford, also j
operations in Viet Nam has been Active duty personnel who Hi-Power Rifle Matches at Camp firing as an NRA Sharpshooter,
approved.The have qualified for and hold one of Blanding June 26 and 27. They captured First Place in the 300 L
insignia will recognize the following NECs, BM0151, previously won the First Place Rapid Fire Competition, Third
BM0162, BM0153, BM0165, Trophy in overall competition at Place in the 200-yd Rapid Fire V
QM021S, and QM4216 are the 'Gateway 500 last June 11; Competition, First Place in his g :
authorized for the new insignia also at Camp Blanding. Sub Aggregate Score and First T 1 a
HONDAMOTORS Alsoeligible are craftmasters of Nine individual awards were Place for his Grand Aggregatescore. i 4
salvage and self-propelled craft. presented to the MATSG Rifle .
& CYCLES CO. The insignia, although not Team during the Florida StateHi- GySgt. John W. Pickens, NRA
4W BLANDING BLVD. available at this time, will be power Rifle Championships.MSgt. Sharpshooter, received Second
PHONE'4244 purchased at the individuals cost. Robert D. Pumphrey, Place in the 600-yd. Slow Fire
NRA Sharpshooter, captured Competition and First Place in
the 200-yd. Slow Fire Competition *

.
SSgt. James R. McNulty an
NRA Marksman, received Third t
The PIRATES Place in the 200-yd. Slow Fire

Competition.Other .
LOUNGE members who helped
capture the Team Trophy for
MATSG were Capt. John II.
Bower and SSgt. James Fisher.At '
j ORANGE the Gateway 500 Matches,
MATSG won three individual
PARK trophies in addition to the team

,_,,,__ Northeast Florida's trophy
MSgt. Pumphrey capturedFirst
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u - JAX SPORT SHORTS

Jax-You've just finished and many other snack-type
at the for the color and cut that that
packaged
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weather tempts your throat for a Back to School the family shoe department to Touch Football

nice cool, refreshing soft drink. The thought of Labor Day complete your fall wardrobe. Jax An organizational meeting for the 1971 Intramural Touch

You walk up to the vending should ring a bell-the school bell Services Football League will be held at 9:30: a.m., July 21, in Bldg. 3 gym
machine, drop in your coins and that is. Yes; it's time for that August is the month to get nasium.All .
waiL.and wait.. No drink, no annual event known as 'Get- away from it all. If not having a team players and team representatives are invited to attend the
car is the
only think
stopping
coins. Ready-For-School'. Make you- meeting.
What do you do? Maybe bang it your children look 'cool' in school sure come over to your Navy Exchange officials NeededJax
and
a few times with your fist? this semester by selecting rent a sleek1971
Maybe a few kicks will do the of the latest boy's and some model-rates are low. Football officials are urgently needed for the upcoming intramural
trick? clothing now at the girl's Give your car a close in touch football season which gets underway in August.
Exchange.
spection. Take advantage of the Officials are paid $4 to $6
Venting your fury on a helpless Remember, also to per game depending on experience.
pick
machine causes further damage some notebooks, up 'Car Care' event at your Navy Anyone interested in officiating should contact the Athletic Director at
pens, pencils, Exchange service station to extension 3239.
usually resulting in expensive and other school supplies so that brighten it's
up appearance. Stop
repairs. These repairs often your youngster will be in
fully today and choose from a large Swim MeetJax
reflect a higher operating ex- prepared for the new year. selection of waxes, polishes and
pense for the Exchange and could Summer clearance sales are car wash needs, also accessories, Members of the Navy Jax Swin Team participated in the
mean a lower contribution to the going on throughout the Ex- handtools, and gift, items are Florida A.A.U.Junior Olympic Long Course Championships held in St
station recreation fund. change this month. Look for the available. Petersburg last weekend.
So what do you do when you specially marked tables Steve Kreuger won the 11 12 Boys 50 back in 36.2 and placed fifth in
lose money in one of the vending throughout the store that offer Budget Store. the 50 fly ((36.7)) and 100 back ((1:21.0): )'

machines? Contact the Navy extra shopping values. You shouldn't be missing this! Patti Milewski won second place honors in the 11 12 girls 200 I.M.
Exchange Vending Office for a Are you one of the two out of Ask your friends! The savings at ((2:45.3): ), third place honors in the 100 breast ((1:29.1): ) and fifth place
refund. It is their policy to refund three Navy families who now owna this store near the hospital are honors in the 100 free ((1:08.3) while Robin O'Leary placed fourth in the ..
all money lost in malfunctioning pet? If so, the Navy Exchange fantastic because the prices are 11 12 girls 200 free ((2:35.6): ).

machines. is offering a wide assortment of very low and quality Is tops. Tennis TournamentJax
The Vending Manager's phone pet foods, for your dog, cat or There are shoes and clothing

number is posted on all vending parakeet. for the entire family-towels rugs The NAS ComFairJax Tennis Tournament is slated Mondayand
machines. Call him or see the Motorcycle Helmets and other domestics-selected the NAS Golf Tournament will be held July 26-30.
routeman who services the To afford patrons the benefitsof housewares Items, kitchen -
Frank McCaffery the athletic director, said that as yet there had
machines; your money will be proven safeguards, the Navy utensils and tools. been no response to the tennis tournament and he invites all interested
cheerfully refunded. Exchange is featuring motorcyle Make this a frequent stop to personnel to contact him immediately. All personnel and units In-
Just in case the decal on the helmets that meet rigid safety watch for new shipments of terested in the golf tournament are also asked to contact the athletic
machine is illegible, the Vending standards set by the American special values. office immediately.
Office extension is 3497 National Standards Institute
(ANSI). All helmets sold at
MERCHANDISEThe Exchanges are constructed in the
highlight of Exchange form of a shell covering the backof
activities this month is the the skull and contain the S'S en f eC.e..las
Blanding Boulevard
August White Sale,which Is
being
necessary means of absorbing House of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center
held from July 26-Aug. 24. Be impact energy. The helmet has Phone 7719223
sure to go through your linen suspension webbing to keep head
Every FRIDAY Night is
closet and see what you need in contact with the skull at a Every SATURDAY Night is
the way of towels bed sheets, minimum, a chin strap that can FAMILY NIGHT
pillow cases and other assorted be fastened securely and a Saf-T- of
linen. Prints and solids in a Release-new quick release seat STEAK 179 chick; &
variety of pastel colors, In ad- belt type buckle. Protective
dition, to traditional white are shields are also stocked. Dumplings 79
being featured. NIGHT

Fall Fashion Chopped Steak
Ladies, before know it, it
Don't let your backyard bar- will be time to you get fall % Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter
your
becue or family picnic be 'buggedout'
fashion wardrobe in order The LUNCH 11AM tit 2 PM DINNER 4PM til8 PM
Take
care of those pesky
Exchange Is to
beginning
little pests by using one of the
highlight some fall hose and WfoJPM'That's .
spray Insecticides and patio
panty hose. Beat the rush for
foggers now available at the
these always needed items by
Exchange. One little reminder:
picking an ample supply
up
be sure to keep any Insecticide or
pesticide out of the reach of now.

children. With the basics out of the way
Have you ever started packing you're now ready for some of the
the family picnic and suddenly really exciting fashion highlightsfor
remembered that you're out of fall. For the style-conscious

potato chips, marshmallows and woman the pants-skirt look will
cookies? Be prepared, especially once again be popular this ..
for the upcoming Labor Day season. Why not check the Ex-

Weekend, by stocking up on these change's 'Fall Fashion' displays




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