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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 22, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( 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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A New EraMarking .,.r .'., \
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the end of an era and
the beginning of a new one is rfl
Naval Air Reserve Patrol
Squadron 62 (VP-42)) here, as the
squadron receives its first fleet
compatable patrol aircraft in 15 '

years. the P-3 A Orion. The four. n JM. ,f..w +n"rw al'fh wl,
engine prop-jet Orion is to iy 7 / R
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replace their SP-2H Neptune 4y
aircraft by the end of the sum. y 't
mer. By way of comparison, the
i Orion is considerably larger than
the Neptune, with greater speed
and range. It has more and better
submarine detection gear and L ,i
t greater weapons capacity. Of
significant importance to the 12-
man crew, the Orion Is much t'w
j more comfortable than the

Neptune. The new Orion was .... ...,,
t. flown to Jacksonville from NAS ..' } ,....".. ...."1',, ,:'; .,
Moffett Field, Calif. Aircraft
by f" "..,I'< I
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Ferry Squadron 31.



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VOL. 2* NO. II U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 22, If71
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Jax Children entering Florida schools for the first time are
.'. required to have a pre school physical examination. Such
examinations will be given at the Naval Hospital here each Saturdayin Station Personnel Ready
August.
(
The examinations will consist of urinalysis; recording of height,
weight and blood pressure; eye screening; physical examining; and
i administering the required immunizations, except smallpox which For August Navy-Wide TestsJax
J will be given after Nov. 1.
g Children to be examined must be brought to the Pediatric Clinic

I I between 8:30: and 9:30: a.m. on their designated day.The day of thee Nearly 500 NAS personnel are scheduled to participate in the August
\ exam will be determined by the first letter of the sponsor's last name
as follows: Navy wide rating exams, according to the Education Services Office.
e f The exams have been scheduled to begin here Thursday, July 29 with the

Date Last Name steward third class through chief steward tests.
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;> July 31 jJ A through F Other exams are
August 7 through scheduled as follows: Tuesday, August 10. Room. Participants must
August M through S Petty officer third class Chief petty officer arrive there by 7:15 a.m.

/ August : T through Z Tuesday, August 3. Thursday, August 12. in uniform and show theirI.

t August 28 Makeup second D. cards.In .
\ Petty ..officer All exams will be givenon the

Any child who cannot be examined on the designated day, and who class'Thursday: August 5. these days at the announcing PNC
has a legitimate excuse, will be examined on August 28, provided an Petty officer first class Pirates Cove DiningLiFi' August exams,
appointment is scheduled with the Pediatric Clinic receptionists priorto .-. .? tonThanks William Shirley of the ESO
the child's designated examination day. No other make up exams has requested that those
will be done. Valid excuses will be leave (scheduled or emergency) or who will take the tests
illness of the student or sponsor. Children whose sponsor reported to must check their
the area after their scheduled date will also be examined on the make.
examination worksheetsor
day by appointment only.
up .
I. Sponsors stationed at Mayport or Cecil Feld are requested to have NAVPERS1430 2 at the
their children's pre school physicals accomplished at the Mayport or ESO to verify their
I" Cecil Field Dispensary.A qualifications for the
legal guardian must child who is to be
parent or accompany any exams no later than July
examined. Certain actions must be taken prior to reporting for.
29. Your failure to do so
examination as follows:
a. A form for the physical examination report must be obtained vL < may disqualify you for the
from either ((1) Florida State Board of Health, 1217 Pearl Street in M examination.
Jacksonville; or ((2) Naval Hospital Pediatric Clinic where only
limited quantities are available. I : wH Canadians
',' b. The medical history portion of the physical examination form 3&I
must be filled out by the parent.c. .
A valid Armed Forces ID card and the child's immunization Visit VP45JaxPatrol
\t" record must be presented, but the outpatient record will not be

required.d. .
A urine specimen from the child, collected the morning of the Squadron 45 and

examination must be furnished.Foxes k rr Royal Canadian Air Force Patrol
Squadron 405 have completed the
Cite SuccessOf first half of a unique exchange.
Based at Greenwood, Nova
Scotia, a 21-man detachment
Campaign in SpainJaxThe from VP-405 flew in to spend a
week as the guest of VP-45 July 5.
VP-45's Crew 22 hosted the

officers and men of ducted by the VP-5 wives club Canadian group and will be
VP-5 have extended their sincere while the Mad Foxes were in reciprocated by spending a week
appreciation congratulations Spain and presented as a gift ., : working with the Canadians in
to all the Naval Air Station from NAS Jax Navy personnel to .. :t ;. Nova Scotia.
personnel who made the clothing the children of El Salvador. X : a ., Crew 22 is headed by Patrol
drive for the children at the El VP-5 said that the generous gift c Plane Commander, LCdr. Ward
Salvador Elementary School in of clothing had measureablyJerez % 1 :. Corell, and Tactical Coordinator

Spain such a success. improved the welfare of the ____ .*. ; '.. '__v__:.._ __ -_. _'-____ '_ Lt Hardy Merritt.The guest crew
The Mad Foxes, who recently children and greatly enhanced was headed by Capt. Gordon
returned from deployment in relations between AmericanRota to VP-5 Speirs, the aircraft commander.The .
Spain also expressed their naval personnel and the Spanish visiting crew attended
special thanks to the NAS Jax people. The sisters of El Salvador School in Jerez, Spain express their appreciation familiarization and tactics
Wives Club 86, who donated a The Mad Foxes also conveyed for gifts of clothing to Cdr. George Barker, commanding nights, visited Fleet Air Wing 11,
generous amount of clothing the deep feelings of gratitudefrom officer of VP-5,and Lt. Jerry Kivett (I). LCdr. Juan Guerrerro (r) is a and went to numerous social
the Navy Relief Thrift Shop from the sisters of El Salvador to representative for the Spanish Navy in extending thanks to the events during their week with
The clothing drive was conthe Jacksonville naval personnel. squadron for its aid to the students. VP-45.

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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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Club Club Club

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11 a.m to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Monday Friday & Saturday Your;
Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m to 1 a.m.

11 a.m. to 2 a.m. 11a.m..n p.m.
Friday & Saturday Tues.-Thurs. Sunday Jax .. Due to the loss of Nattc Galley Three by fire, station personnel will haveto
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 111.m..11p.m. Noon to Midnight follow the new procedures for meals at Galley One.
9 '.m. to 2 a.m. Frl.Slt Breakfast. Nattc will be served from
personnel 5:50.6:30: : a.m. NAS and all
Sunday 11..m..11.m. Monday thru Thur Chub other tenant commands after 6:30.:

9 '.m. to Midnight 11 '.m. to Midnight Lunch. Nattc personnel served from 11 to 12 a.m. NAS and other commands
after 12.Dinner.
., ..All personnel served from to 6:15: p.m.

Teen Club \ Friday,July 23 SUPPER Italian Spaghetti with
HappeningsThere r Meat Sauce or Baked Lasagna,
BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Toasted Cuban Sticks, Parmesan
Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Scrambled Cheese, Buttered Asparagus Tips,
will be a dance tomorrow featuring the Dark Entry. Ad- mDU1Jlbl Eggs with Cheese, Choice of Buttered Mixed Vegetables,
mission will be $1.25 for members and $1.75 for guests. Bacon or Ham, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Blueberry Pie.

Plan ahead for the next pool party to be held at the CPO Pool on Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted Danish
; Pastry.
August 3rd.Refreshments. mwPltOTESTANT
DINNER New England Clam Tuesday,July 27
are served at all Teen Club activities, and ping pong Chowder, Salmon Cakes or Grilled
and pool are available at all record hops. Membership applicationsare G,. Frankfurters, Baked Macaroni with BREAKFAST .. Hominy Grits,
available at the door or can be obtained by calling Mrs. Amell at h Cheese,Seasoned Lima Beans, Yellow Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto
3890496. Cake with Chocolate Icing. Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash,
SANDWICH LINE .. Grilled Soft or Hard Cooked Eggs, Choice of
Hamburgers and Cheeseburgers. Bacon or Pork Butts, Minced Beef,
SUPPER Stuffed Pork Chops, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.
Communion Service ResumedJax NAVAL AIR STATION Brown Gravy, Rice Pilaff, Applesauce DINNER Minestrone Soup, Baked
SUNDAY Creamed Style Corn, Beef Loaf or Turkey Ala King, Baking
Seasoned Brussel Sprouts, Yellow Powder Biscuits, Whipped Potatoes,
<1 '
"'-r \ Cake with Chocolate Icing. Boiled Navy Beans, Buttered Broccoli
All Saints' Chapelwill Holy Communion-8:30: a.m. at Dutch Apple Pie.

resume the weekly All Saints Chapel. Church Schoolall Saturday,July 24 SANDWICH LINE .. Simmered

celebration of ( ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel BREAKFAST. Frankfurters with Sauerkraut or
Holy Hot Oatmeal, Fried Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwiches.
Communion at the 8:30: Annex. Divine Worship 10:30: at Eggs to Order, Grilled French Toast SUPPER .. Pam Roast of Beef,
; All Saints' Chapel. with Maple Syrup,Choice of Luncheon Natural Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes,
a.m. Worship service if Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Meat, Pork Sausage, Hashed Browned Grilled Potatoes Cakes, Seasoned

Sunday. The service will ) High) 10:30 a.m. at Chapel An- Potatoes BRUNCH, Assorted.. Fried Cake Eggs Doughnuts.to Order, Green Beans, Hot Spiced Beets, Dutch

be conducted by ChaplainR. h nex. Junior and senior youth Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham and Apple Pie.

A. Boyer. .. -.., Fellowship-l:30 p.m. at Bldg. 722. Cheese Sandwiches, French Fried Wednesday,July 28
Potatoes, Baked Beans,
Chaplain Boyer Evening Worship-7:30 p.m. at Pumpkin Pie.
small Chapel. SUPPER Cream of Potato Soup, BREAKFAST .. Cooked Farina,
Southern! Style Fried Chicken, Fried Eggs to Order, Home Fried
Tuesday Whipped Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Potatoes, Choice of Pork Sausage or
Senior Choir-Rehearsal-7 p.m. Seasoned Peas, Hot Spiced Beets, Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork and
JTAX AIR NEWSThe at Bldg.750 and Christian Science Pumpkin Pie. Beans,Creamed Dried Beef, Southern
Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. Style Corn Bread, Pecan Rolls.
Sunday,July 2S DINNER Vegetable Soup, Grilled
NAVAL HOSPITAL
Beef Steaks,Mushroom Gravy, Baked
Divine Worship-10 a.m. Chilled BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Potatoes with Sour Cream, Buttered
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NATTC to Order Pineapple, Juice, Fried Eggs Brussel Sprouts, Cream Styled Corn
Cheese
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Divine Worship-ll a.m. at Ham or Bacon, Home Omelet Fried, Choice Potatoes of, Kernels SANDWICH, Cherry Pie.LINE .. Grilled

Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Bldg. 500. Assorted Cake Doughnuts. Hamburgers and Cheeseburgers.

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Breakfast BRUNCH Fried Eggs to Order, SUPPER .. Barbecued Frank-

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS CATHOLICSaturday burgers, French Meat or Grilled Ham. furters or Beef Balls Stroganoff,

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Mass-5 p.m. at St. Baked Beans, Assorted Fried Potatoes Cake, French Fried Potatoes, Buttered Beans,
Lima
Cauliflower, Seasoned
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Doughnut' Cherry Pie.
..
3119. p.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- SUPPER Split Pea Soup, Steak

Monday-11 a.m. Tuesday through Gravy Smothered, Parsley with Buttered Onions, Brown Thursday,July 29

"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Friday-ll:30: a.m. Saturday seasoned Green Beans, Buttered Potatoes, Fried
,
available purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Confession 10:30: and 11:15: a.m. Squash, Banana Cream Pie with Eggs BREAKFAST to Order, Chilled- Hot Oatmeal Plums, Grilled

creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Whipped Topping. French Toast. with Maple Syrup,

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal NATTC Monday, Choice of Bacon or Ham, Hashed
opportunities' by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. Bldg. July 26 Browned Potatoes, Iced Coffee Rings.,
advertising from that source." 500. BREAKFAST Hot DINNER Tomato Rice Soup
Oatmeal Fried Beef and
Eggs to Order, Grilled Beef Liver or Baked
Cakes, Maple Blueberry Griddle Noodles, Parsley Boiled Potatoes,
Syrup,
Baked
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Beans, Choice of Pork Pork and Buttered Fresh Carrots, Buttered

concerning such should be directed to: LunCheon Doughnuts Meat, Assorted Sausage Cake, or Spinach Topping., Banana Cream Pie with

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY DINNER SANDWICH LINE Grilled Cheeseor
Creole'
Soup, Pan Roast
Freedom of speech is in of Pork, Variety Meat Sandwich.
Brown
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 divisible. You cannot deny it to Potatoes, Chilled Gravy Apple, Snowflaked SUPPER -Southern Fried Chicken,
Sauce, ,
Telephone 388-2755 one man and save it for others.- Mexican Corn, Buttered Spinach, Cream Gravy, Whipped Dressing Potatoes
Blueberry Pie. Cranberry Sauce, Bread
VOL 29 NO. 18 JULY 22, 1971 (Archibald Cox, former U.S. SANDWICH LINE .. Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Boiled
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Jax-How would you like to rate of 10 percent Interest your commanding officer, meet
have an experience that only a compounded quarterly? Maybeyou the physical requirements and
few have enjoyed? How would would like to be eligible for have obligated service to
you like to be eligible for the the Program for Afloat College December 1973. Also, you must
Savings Deposit Program with Education (PACE) or just be have completed at least a year at
able to go to one of your choices of each duty station and two years

Ride duty stations.If at your present sea duty station. \

these benefits interest you All applications must be sub- ., I II\_. ..
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then you might consider lookinginto mitted before October 15 and if
Operation Deep Freeze. To accepted you should receive your TWO SILVER BARS.. Newly promoted Marine Capt. Jeffrey
WantedJax be eligible you should have a orders in either December or Ronald receives assistance In pinning on his new bars from his wife I
clean record in your current January for a March 1972 transfer and Mal.| J. F. lavin, Marine Barracks commanding officer.

enlistment, be recommended by .
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Ride wanted daily

Monday through Friday, 7 a.m.
and 3:30: p.m., from 2611 Ector

.. Rd to NARF, Bldg. 101. Call
Lupe C. Soudas at Ext. 2455 or


2166.EDITOR'S NOTE: Any s\ 'Badcack W1f TibiaG/ou Rqht'y ..

person, military or clvlilanwho I is 4.

employed aboard this air station r
and needs to obtain a ride or rider / .
FURNITURE .,
it welcome to announce their 1
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name and destination in this r + ,
column. For further information, I
contact the JAX AIR NEWS
office at 772-3118 or 7723119.)
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Operations.This 1 Save $495 Save $
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Zumwalt.In Reinforced vinyl cover Items .... living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, appliances. TV
achieving this record the E Box foam teat. Brood and stereo ... ALL PRICED TO MOVE! Old Fashioned rocking
Naval Air Training Command, back, button tufted. SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION! comfort. Nylon Face E

Naval Air Reserve Training $ % einenddua SaWiao covert over foam teat.
Command and Pacific Fleet ,4,5 a Broad pillow bock No-
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT tag conttruction
Marines each set all time recordsfor
flight safety in 1971 while the Regular 5 49.99 LIVINGROOM BEDROOM $OQ88
Pacific Fleet was only three per 3 pi'eI corrtlotod' living; 4 rilCI SPANISH STYLED IIDDOOM
cent above its all-time low. room Includcti 10" Sofa 0.....', Mirror, '0". l.d Reg $44.88
i Arm Choir and Lava Scot Chtit Coked on p'o.'ieGold $1 5 8 if > +>
Also contributing to this record or Olive print Club top. Comport at $119."
were the entire Navy-Plane i Choir tolid co.*.,. Com$OOQ93 Save $10. V
guard destroyers, the boot camp poro ol $399 93
t 2 PIECE TRADITIONAl UVINGROOMIncludti 4 PIECE DARK OAK NOW
indoctrinations of future airmen .," Sofa and FINISHED BEDROOM
and the Seabees improvement of J ', matching Arm Choir, Double D......, Chttt ond $99 95 -
Avoilobl In Gold Fern, Pon.l ltd
air facilities. I Morin ond Wh.tt. Cold' .$10095 Our rtgular $'''93 SAVE $ZO.
In his message Adm. Zumwalt Compare at S2/'95 7 a ,
said, 'Aviation safety and 2 PIECE PLASTIC UVINCROOMIitra 4 PC FRENCH PROVINCIAL/ BEDROOM ,
readiness for our world-wide OORC .ipoooui IIVi" 3cvihion Doublt D'tiwr, FromtdMirror
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Naval Aviation to a new level of Convenient ri DINETTES
safety and operating per. Terms SAVE $2.

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Recliner. Many room Chai,.. Choice
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ONE CALLARRANGES Reg. S..taS Broad Reg. $99.95 Spanish MAYTAG ADMIRAL ORANGE PARK
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years last week. Administeringthe PR2 David K.Nelson, of VA-46,
oath to Sherwin was Cdr. 'did his thing' when he I/ "". '!
W.M. Shewchuk, skipper of VA. reenlisted for four more years. PuerlingRachowiti I

I ICrtINA/ 13. A Navy veteran of 11 years, AQ1 James L. Parker of VA-46 ....r / ............ ".. .
reenlisted last week for two more Shedden
years. Parker is a Navy veteranof Commander Puerling and his
16 years. wife and four children reside in

Newly promoted LCdr. Forbes the Orange Park area.
turned in his Ldutenant's bars VA-81 Promotions..Two VA-81
for the gold oak leaves of aviators have recently been

Leiutenant Commander. promoted in ceremonies held
ri tot Congratulations LCdr. Forbes! earlier this week.RexRackowitx,

ADJ2 R.J. Cunningham of a two year early selectee, has I
AMD recently took the been promoted to Leiutenant i
reenlistment oath again for three Commander and Terry Sheddenhas

more years. pinned on his Lieutenantbars. Af f

With his new reenlistment for lI/IIIItf. .
four more years, AMS1 Don
Newly promoted W01 HC. I
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new ones with his previous 16
HELLRAZOR PIPED OVER..In recent ceremonies VA-174's congratulated on his promotionby
Commanding Officer R.C. Bos and fellow shipmates,honored retiring years Naval service, Captain Commander Dick Coleman of
AOC E.E. Odermatt. Chief Odermatlt, his wife Peggy, and their two Mow, new skipper of LATWING VA-87 The promotion took placein

children will be calling Chyla Vista,California,home. ONE recently promoted LCdr. the VA-87 ready room aboardthe
'Pete' N. Puerling to Comm- USS Franklin D. Roosevelt
mander in ceremonies held at Congratulations and best of
LATWING ONE last week. Luck!!II!!
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I NAS! Newest Patrol Squadron Completes ArrivalJax j

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The last VP-56 plane Patuxent River.Coincident the world. deployment to Keflavik, Iceland squadron won the base cham-
touched down here at t NAS July 2. with this change of The squadron began its where it put to use the experience pionship In basketball. This

The plane, piloted by the Commanding home port in June 1968, VP-56 transition in the summer of 1969, gained during the previous year. means that the Dragons not only
Officer of VP-56, Cdr. began transitioning from SP-2H and the first fleet 'Charlie' was The Dragons have excellednot are commencing Cull operational
Steven E. Kish, officially completed 'Neptunes' to the P-3B 'Orion'. delivered from Lockheed to only in operations but in readiness but also plan to participate -
the transfer of the After flying the P-3B for less than VP'56 in September of that year. athletics as well In addition to in inter squadron
squadron from NATC Patuxent one year, VP-56 was chosen as Duringthenext year the squadronwas winning numerous league athletics.
River, Md. to NAS Jacksonville. the first operational squadron in responsible for developingnew championships, the squadronwon As Patrol Squadron 56 settles
Cdr. Kish was greeted by Capt. the Navy to transition to the P tactics and procedures for the 1970 Admirals Cup in down in its new home, it looks
William J. Vaught, commander 3C. This computerized aircraft is utilizingthis highly sophisticated Patuxent River which it ahead to the tasks it must ac-
Fleet Air Wing, 11; Capt. VernonL. the most advanced an- aircraft. Next in line for VP-56 presently holds. Also, while on complish and new patterns it will
Micheel, commander Fleet Air tisubmarine warfare system in was the highly successful deployment to Keflavik, the establish.
Jacksonville (acting); Capt.
John R. Kincaid, NAS commanding -
officer; and Mr. John
Walters, aide to the Mayor.
Earlier that morning a personnel
inspection was held in
preparation for the official
welcoming ceremonies.
Following the greeting 4

speeches,Capt Vaught presented
Combat Air Crew Four with Navy
Achievement Medals for
distinguished service while on
deployment in Iceland. Crew
Four is commanded by LCdr.
Ayars. Members include LCdr.

Black, Lt. Richbourg, Lt. Bott,
Lt. (Jg) Romano, AW2 Goldman,

AW2 Fisk, AW2 Piotroywski,
JJer/lf
ADRI Hill; A02 Maust and ATI au4 o/f/ . .
Zinavage. After the awards

presentation, a cake cutting

ceremony was held, marking the We are proud and grateful of our progress during the past months and years ...
25th anniversary of VP-56, and proud of our growth and expanded services and grateful for your support. We
Cdr. Kish declared open house, deeply appreciate being "the bank" to so many people In our community. We
concluding the official move to regard your confidence and trust as our most Important asset. Your support has
Jacksonville.This enabled us to grow as shown:
move involved not only 310

officers, men and families, but We thank much!
you very
also required packing and loading
66,000 pounds of squadron
material that could not be carriedon

the aircraft i Comparative Statement Of ConditionAs
Although a move of this type is c
very difficult when the fact that
As Of June 30 1971.
other squadron functions must ,
continue is considered, VP-56 WESTSIDE I ; :::::

moved one other time in the past ::::: RESOURCES 171 WO
three years. The first move was "::::
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Cash
from NAS Norfolk, Va. to NATC OITICXRS :: S 1,961,441.74,
'
.a :: On Hand and Out from Banks S 1,765,547.41
B. J. WALKB ,i, :::: Items In Process of Collection 34,S4*.? n.VH.30
Chairman the Bd :::: Total CashInvestment esT.988, SO6
of
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Take your babyJfiiIt. O. R. PotTB IL :::: U.S. Government Obligations 3,176,573.66 :3,071,306.89
ProUUnt :::: Obligations of States and Political
'\'i H. W. Ntwiotg :::: Subdivisions 2,621,209.98 1,287,244.68
Vict-PrtiUtnt :::: Federal Agencies and Other Securities .
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:: (Including Federal Reserve Bank Stock) 2,312,809.08 699,660.44
I1;. 1. NIIU :: : LOInS!
to Vic-hridft. ::::: Commercial and Industrial 3,829,048.01 4,363,140.22
a specialist.WE
Rosa L Lyn :::; Installment Loans 5,469,198.54 4,317,287.85
Cashier :::: Real Estate 1,305,297.09 968803.19
MAINTAIN IT :::. Other 6,331.71 5302.83
A, JIAJC UcUmAitiitant :: 103t96733T 9,654,534.09
WITH LOVING CARE :: Total Loans
VictPrtidntW. :::: Federal' Funds Sold and Securities Purchased
TOM BUSH Volkswagen ROBOT Hun :::: Under Agreement to Resell 500,000.00 ..0..r -
Assistant Vice President :::: Trading Account Securities -0596,529.80- -0Auoz -
Reqwu/ R :::: Bank Premises, Furniture & Fixtures (Net) 597,426.90Cashier
NOLAN
fuM& :::: Other Real Estate 11,552.68 2,300.00
9850 Atlantic Blvd.Compltte Assistant :::: Customers Liability Letters of Credit
J DAVID W. Dicumoif' :::: and Acceptances -0- 2,000.00
Assistant Cashier ::::: Income Earned but not Collected 197,450.14 137,300.96
:::} Other Resources 164,422.01 37,386.44
:i Total Resources 121,990.516.39 tU,47/,8y6.46

:::; LIABILITIESDDUCTOJtS
p ro ::.:
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Deposits:
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rs Nr",,'d,"Wkn-Dixb Stortt.Int.JAMH :::: Individual, Partnerships and Corporations $7,856,600.17 $ 6,965,447.19
A. OumramJtcluonviUt: :::: United States Government 412,344.16, 211,634.91
Line of ,ZoricI& :::: States and Political Subdivisions 100,000.00 -O5,855.57-
..
> PARTS & SUPPLIES :: Banks 39,719.47
RALM w. Hon :::: Certified and Officers' checks, etc. 324,185.67 85,177.72
> Special Service Discount C Vto-PmUmt.Hoyt High fidelity "' .,,lne. :::: Time and Savings ,1 11,083,228 31 '. 8,389,536
TAUT R JAMMPnridvrt. :::: Total Deposits "TOT6",67T8T 15.657,452.220
1926 Park Ave.Ph.264-J204 < ,Harry Jamtt.,Inc. :::: Federal Funds Purchased and Securities Sold
ORANGE PARK < ':': Under Agreement to Repurchase .011,540.92- -
O. RPost.., J
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:: Mortgages Payable -0-
President Wutsi4 Atlantic Bank :::: Letters of Credit and Acceptances -0- 2,000.00loaJIlL
Room :::: Income Collected but not Earned 544,305.61 401,177.05
Pntidtnt,Rogtn,MUltr,Co. :''r::: Reserve for Taxes and Interest 124,901.93 108,135.70
WuUAM B. Towns :::: Other Liabilities 54,289.91 2M05.4"Anon.

.t Law
:: Total Liabilities 20551116.23 16,189,870.41
j GKMQB t Unrr, IL :}ti
Prttidnt, Ua.,,',Int. ::} Reserve 'for Losses on Loans 163,645 142,757.18
c1 'B. J. WALU ::: Equity Capital)
tun Nest Vkc-Prcriamt,The A(Untie National Bank :::: Common Stock, $10 par value; authorized and
:: outstanding: 40,000 shares
oIJaeksonoU4
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,- :.:. Surplus 400,000.00 400,000.00
I : 9 O. W. WimnuPmidtnt. :::: Undivided Profits 700,000.00 600,000.00
\ ) 9lZ .Whitmlrt/ Living Corporation :::: Reserve for Contingencies 175,754.26 145,268.87
'J a'l :::::: Total Equity Capital 0 -0-
:::: Total Liabilities and Equity Capital ,1,275,7S4 ",145.'248.87*
5821 San Juan at Niblick :::: 121.990.516.39 S 17477896.46
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: Jax-What do you know about your Family Services Center located in Building \ ; I .'

I: 13 aboard the Naval Air Station here? If the answer to this question is 'Never ....
I heard of it' or 'I've heard of it but never had to use their facilities', it might be "
beneficial to you to take a few minutes and read the following article. t
u _
me amuy services programwas
adopted by the Navy in 1966 member of the military reporting on volunteer assistance from
as a result of a study of family aboard or preparing to depart, dependents of active duty and Daniel
morale conducted by the those having house guests or retired personnel. If you think
Secretary of the Navy's Task those here on TAD orders with you might be interested in
I Force on Retention. The their famillies. helping perform worthwhile
program's mission was to increase To help alleviate the In- services to other military
the security and harmonyof conveniences caused by periodic families, call 772-2845 or stop by Two
military family life by moves from one duty station to the Family Services Center. All officer recently ,
providing a source of Information another, Family Services offers military wives are especially commanding
advice and welcoming kits of area In- welcome. WOl'j are
assistance. formation and a library of Dean'S.
Here at NAS, the Family booklets on other military In-
Services Center has been very stallations. All military familiesin PT1 Dean
limited in the services it can the Jacksonville area Air
provide due to a lack of volunteer Force, Army, Coast Guard and I
assistance. One of the items Marine Corps, as well as Navy -
which it does possess is a 'lendingcloset' are invited and encouraged to Enlisted Man of
which makes available fora avail themselves of these
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temporary loan of dishes, order to carry out the basic been selected FICEUR Enlisted
silverware, cooking utensils, mission of the Family Services Man of the Quarter for ex-
ironing boards, bed linens, cots, Program and offer all the ser- ceptional service to the Fleet
baby cribs and high chairs. These vices needed by military families Intelligence Center, U.S. Naval
may be borrowed by any married in this area, the Center must rely Forces, Europe, during the r

second 1971. quarter of calender year

In a citation announcing Deanas ,
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LOUNGE collection of equipment and Bomb hits in the ninesquaremile -
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: PLOTTING the results of bombing exercise up In the main control >f I;. : rJ',:. TIN
I tower is the |lob at hand for AC1 Charles Crowley, one of nine air : ,.. ":t' iG' ; ,. ..."'f
: controlmen at Pineca.stle who keep tabs on scores for visiting aircraft. .-
: ; :: TD1"
THE MSQ-44 Radar Operations Van, Richard Raus checks a I

this information to the control maintain the targets and ;: pilot's dive and recovery angle by radar. I

tower. Scoring gives the pilots an surrounding area. However, the
accurate evaluation of their task of maintaining the range is a ,
1 weapons system proficiency, major project in itself since the Learn To FlyIntroductory
aircraft maneuvers and evasive region is uncleared forest and t "
tactics.In brushland and tanks are often the r Lesson

addition to training air only possible means of trans- ... FAA APPROVED
crews, the men at the range portation over the rugged Private
terrain. Commercial FREE
The range was a Civil Con- Instrument 'Instructor
servation camp before World For Limited
'Because We Care' War II and became part of an Air VA Approved Time
Force base south of Orlando Courses Available Only
;;l1l1l1i: during the 1940's.
The Navy took over Pinecastle HERLONG AVIATION, INC.
II Poodle Kastle in 1952. ROUGHING IT In the boon. OFF NORMANDY BLVD. A 781-2636
All Breed Grooming The range is now part of NAS docks sometimes requires
, 810 S. EDGEWOOD Jax and is under direction of the transportation by tank where
a PHONE 387.7131 NAS Weapons Department. even a jeep can get stuck.


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Civil Service HighlightsNAS




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Apprentice Program





Graduates 46 Students .; + 1

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Jax-Forty-slx students from commanding officer of the Naval Other graduates were: Millard
the Apprentice Training Air Station; and Park Glover, Akers, Genaro Barrera III, ?
Program here graduated last apprenticeship and training Stephen Bevan, David Bowman, s rM1"P
Thursday after completing a representative from the Richard Burt, Randolph 4 I
four-year training course for Department of Labor. The Chisholm, Erwin Collier, Charles
those who want to become Department of the Navy certificates Covington, Ronald Crosby,
proficient in various aircraft were presented by Capt. Leonard Davis, Daniel Dennis,
trades. D.H.Belle,NARF's commandingofficer. James Dias, Anthony Dobek, CONGRATULATIONS LCdr. 0. C. Andersen, security officer,
Each student received two Walter Dodge, Jerrol Eason, congratulates Ruth Bolyard on her recent promotion.Others who were
certificates. The Department of Harry L. Davis was selected as Michael Farrell, and Richard congratulated art (CI I to r) Warren Easterling on his promotion, Wild
Labor certificates were the outstanding student of the Francis. Robey on her quality Increase, Davis Biddle for his beneficial
1.1 presented by Capt. John Kincaid, graduates. Also: Johnny Gay, Dale suggestion, Ben Mandrel and Ratliff Freeman on being promoted.

.. .. ... Gladden, Albert Gordon, Charles
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Hamilton, Kathaleen Harris,
Employees Receive Pins Kent Harris, William Hough, 6 Receive
James Hughes, Dwight King, Employees
Carl Kroppman, William
For 20 Years of ServiceJax Kuchler, Charles Kuchta, Duane
Lawhead, Joseph Lowder, Recognition at SupplyJaxTwo
Richard Markle, James Mayor,
Michael McNally, Gerald Moore
,
Naval Air Rework Facility (NARF) employees who recently
Jerald Nelson Craig Newton
,
received 20 year pins are: Robert Pollum Thomas Supply Department two beneficial suggestions. His
Eldon Donaldson,Thomas Wasdin, George Kirkland, Byron Gaines, Rosakranse Sanderson employees received special first suggestion was to cut and
John Hayes, Rolando Triozzl and I. D. Castleberry.Also Barry recognition for successfully install discarded fire hoses to the
Forest Thomas
: Wanda Forlaw, John Grier, Donald Zelek, Harry Osterman, Jimmie Harry Sheppell Thorton, James Trice, completing correspondent bottom edge of weight boxes on
Charles Register, Lavansha Childree and Benny Woodham. and Harold Wilson., courses relating to their jobs. the conveyor system to cover the
Capt. Richard O'Loughlin sharp edges.

We Offer the Largest Selection of Lee Moves and presented other awards the two in a certificates ceremony install His other individal suggestion controls was on the to

24' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida! ForwardJaxJ. Supply conducted Department.Jesse last Friday. at the conveyor the conveyor components.could be That turned way on

We also represent 27 Manufactuers of 12'wIde models. Batson, a foreman, or off as needed cutting down on
received a Letter of Com- much of the and tear
along
We Trade for Anything Herschell Lee of the wear
and mendation for his outstanding
From Most All Models with reducing electicity costs and
Bllllt
Coat NAS Jacksonville Public Works
Floor Plans IN'STOCKI academic record while studyingthe noise.
excess
Battleship! Department is the new vice Defense Advanced Disposal
See TODAY president of' the Jax Navy Management Course through the Another beneficial suggestion
For complete selection I Federal Credit Union. Army' Logistics ManagementCenter. check was presented to Kenneth
,.VA Bank. tavlng"nd Loan Lee succeeds Cdr. Robert R. Largey for his suggestion con-
Long Term Loomis who has been transferred According to the letter from cerning windbreakers in the
oe- Financing'iMdetvC from the staff of Commander Capt O'Loughlin,Batson was one packing area.This has aided inefficiency
Ia:: Fleet Air Jacksonville to and morale of the
..- a new of four honor graduates of the
duty station at Norfolk,Va. government financed course. workers. Also,a decrease in sick
.. Lee is a charter member of the leave has occured.
>t<1'f";;+'S: ;"AL DISC lMTSI credit union,and served on the Also cited was Irma Spires,
Howard Steen of
supervisor
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board of directors as an supervision shipment clerk, for the supply systems analyst, GS-
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMESus officer for many years. completing the Installation 12 and Vivian Dinkla, secretary
Capt Richard C. O'Loughlin, Traffic Management course on (stenography) GS-4, both
GREEN COVE SPRINGS CALL264301Jax( Direct) NAS Supply Officer, was selected her own time. received quality step increasesfor
to fill the vacancy on the board She is the first NAS employeeto their'
outstanding performance -
complete this 149-hour, 22- of their
.. ... lesson course according to Capt. duties. assigned

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()1" or superior.G.A. the Control Division,received her
.White received a check for 20-year pin at the ceremony.

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JAX AIR NEWS Call: 388.2755 Movie Schedule

NAS Jacksonville
I Tuesday Ads Should b! mailed to arrive not 'later than
for .
LATW I NG E R ,, Ads arriving' publication too late for the this following deadline Thursday will be

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE I 1 Publisher pUbliShed Is the following week unless the
Instructed otherwise A check or Thursday July 25
money order for the full Saturday,July 25
cost of the
: ad
must be
NAS: THE REIVERS'
received WITH the copy for the ad. Color NAS : 'BAREFOOTEXECUTIVE1
: comedy drama starring Steve Color comedy
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 McQueen and Rupert Crosse. GP. starring Kurt Russell, and Joe

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) SOc VG. ((107 mins.) Flynn. 'G' G. ((95 mins.)

: HOSPITAL: 'A FISTFUL OF HOSPITAL; 'TOM THUMB'

-; DOLLARS' Color western ,
Sunday July 26
-= _.
= starring Clint Eastwood and

.' L Marianne Koch. 'GP' VG. ((95 NAS: 'A MAN CALLED

.} ..M1 Q M. r- : lftE"T LSWt1; h'i ; ) TRA1' HSP"!! i'T1bi N1i. mins.) Friday,July 26 Richard HORSE' Color Harris western and starringl Judiah I

_
f NAS: 'TOM THUMB' Color Anderson. 'GP' E ((114 mins.)
GENERAL OFFICE WILMAR APTS. 49 CUTLASS
fairy tale
Put your office skills to work and earn I Air Conditioned, Bedroom 2 Or. Very Clean, AT PB, PS. R&H, starring Russ Tamblynand HOSPITAL: 'BAREFOOT
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you Room, Kitchen, Bkfstnook, Living $1995. After 5 p.m. 387.2747."DODOE'SUPER Alan Young. 'G'E. ((98 mins.) EXECUTIVE'
wish. NO FEE. Call: space for 2 parking Saturday,July 25
cars
water,
NORRELLTemporary sewage, BEE' NAS Monday,July 27
garbage, lawn service Furnished Mallory Ignition, : 'BAREFOOT
Services 120. Unfurnished 1100 plus 4 percent overhead earn AT, 7 396.5371 J0744 sales. tax. 387.2541 Weekends, 389 1965FOR000NVER'v starring Kurt Russell and Joe historical drama starring Rod

JOE'S HANDY MAN SERVICE .8, R & H, S390 Flynn. 'G' G. ((95 mins.) Steiger and Christopher Plum-
The Impossible we do Immediately ORANGE PARK ASTRO MOTORS mer. 'GP' E ((123 mins.) l
Miracles take a little longer. House 2 BR., Apts. turn, or unfurn., Dish 6566 Normandy Blvd. HOSPITAL: 'THE REIVERS' HOSPITAL: 'A MAN CALLED
painting, household repairs, minor; washer. Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth HORSE'
ATLANTIC
Apts., 771.1405 RENT-A-CAR
or
appliance repairs, screens, fixtures, 771-3355 18
and
yrs.
Free
up. Delivery, 387
glass,etc Joe Hurwltz,264.
4135 (USN 1 5413.
Prices start at S400 .
RET.Ret.) FURN.OR UNFURNHOUSE day .05 .. -

MIS'El : a U'sJtl? 3 Port.BR.,1 Util Bath( Room,FOR Kit Equip., RENT Washer Air condo Hookup.Car cents a mile W6 MUSTANG v ..::;111111!IIIIP! J : .:MS::: : ; Er.. { V

387.2541. 6 cyl. stick, R&H, (540 \"

GEORGE'S KENNELS ASTRO MOTORS il;: :rlq.t' )'
Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. 6566 Normandy Blvd. ,::1
Pick up & Delivery $_ .
Grooming, Defleaing &Available. l 2 IL; tHgMES.FOR ; 41 MUSTANG
Bathing.
Mastercharge & AT R&H, New Tires, $1250 Phone
accepted. Visitors BankAmerlcard welcome. 5085 772.1004 69 KARMANN GHIA $1997
Edgewood Crt. 3890064.
10 x 56 Melody Home SALE House Trailer. IMS ENGLISH FORD Convertible, Green with white vinyl top, R&H, WWT.
BE A RADIO ORTVANNOUNCER Cain link fence 10 x 40 Alum. Awning speed trans. $290ASTRO
A.C. Washing machine, Elect oven, MOTORS TWO 69 KARMANN GHIAS $1881
Recorded message by leading an Gas Stove, Utll. shed,3 BR., Bath and 6566 Normandy Blvd. Coupes, Sunset, Radio and Heater, WWT.
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour., /j.Seen at 10166103rd St. Lot 94 or call
19"VW
355 2944. 771-1971. SQUAREBACK
Std. trans., good condition, Very 70 VW SQUAREBACK $2497
clean, $750. Call 7722825 Mr. Smith
NEW RCA AND ZENITH
STEREOS Green, Automatic transmission
Consoles some with JUSTISS TRAILER PARK R&H.
AM-FM, tape 1 Otr. Mile No. of NAS, clean 1955 CHEVROLET
players. modern
stock Full At warranty dealers !cost Phone to liquidate 771-0409. trailer and Apts. 3893007. 2 dr. HT.,V ASTRO.8, floor MOTORS shift, R&H, $370. 69 VW SQUAREBACK $1995

AIR CONDITIONING MOBILE HOME LOTS 6566 Normandy Blvd.UVALIANT Diamond Blue, speed, R&H.
SERVICE One acre Mobile Home lots for Rent:
Auto AC, Room units,
Central
Units. Fom Orange Park go 4 ml. south onU.S.
Repairs Reasonable. 17 to State Road 220. Turn right, 4 door special$435 69 VW SQUAREBACK $1997
,, Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. 63THUNDERBIRDAir
1 mi. to Canova
go Road. Lots..are on
Diamond blue, R&H.
318 5UI & Power, $475
left at fork. Inspect at your con
4711 Palmer Lake Shore venience. Call 205-821-0945 collect for 64 DODGE POLARA 69 VW
BUS
rental arrangements.VA Hardtop, $495 $2395
45 VALIANT
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH FINANCINGNo Statlonwagon, $595 Blue & White, R&H.
Wilford's Fish Camp. 264.9707. money down on New Star Mobile 66BELAIRStationwagon
Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. Clean $750 VW FASTBACKS '66 thru 70.... S
BABYSITTING S&J Mobile Home FINANCINGAVAILABLE
Riding Lessons, Horses boarded. 772- 3708 Philips Hwy. Royce Smith Used Cars Some with Air Conditioning, choose your color, ten ((10))
8862. 3988926 1557 Cassat Ave.384.3658
to choose from I

FLY TO WHERE?
Anywhere, you want, flight Instruction $1295 to $2377

781 2636. or charter. Call Dick or Bill CEDAR HILLS BAPTIST

VW SEDANS '66 thru 70....

FREE KITTENSFor CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Five with Air Conditioning. Some with automatic stick.
good home. 771.6161 Ext. 45. ask
for Glgl after 5 call 771-0870. 4200 JAMMES ROAD shift for the ladles. Complete selection of colors and
Call 771.1699&771.11.c5 from 9-5 equipment. More than twenty-five ((25)) to choose from I
LAWNS EDGING&MOWING
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We $1095 to $1995
clean up the mess and leave It neat. Offering quality educationin
Call Hart, 771-3211 Ext. 8340.
a Christian atmosphere.
PARRISH DAY SCHOOL
St. Catherine Episcopal Parrish Day 4 & 5 YEAR KINDERGARTEN SINCE '63 %
School. Ages 4 and 5. Transportation %t #

avall.Call 388-393 NEED,387.2061 Accredited. Grades 1 through 7 $ A

Lead and Bass players for countryand CERTIFIED TEACHERS
western or rock group. Call 772
3067, after six 3581824.MINIATURE REGISTER NOW


AKC, Male, 11 ;weeks SCHNAUSER old, permanentShot PUP FOR LIMITED CLASSES

started. Call 387.2569.BEAGLES .
Sponsored by Cedar Hills Baptist Church111ININMNINIMMNIIIIINNNNIINNNIIIN t'Ol

6 weeks. AKC, Beautiful, wormed, G
Champ stock, (35.00 2 litters to choose
from. 5327 Park St. 388-0191.REAtfESTATE.



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We buy,sell,and trade equities r.40'tIMur ABSOLUTELY FRCEI Noglmmlckt.noitrlngv
Louise T.Bailey ORGAN-HORN lust register now at Westslde Volkswagen during their
771.3605 Broker ,- & VOCAL
"LUCKY SEVEN"BIRTHDAY

NEW HOMES 1 Monday through Saturday

3 & 4 BR, 2 baths Built.In.Range, MllltNlltlMMINItKHIHIIVlmHIMmmlHimilMMMMSPECIAL PARTY
Cent. Heat, Prices from (18,300 up.
FHA YOU MAY BE THE LUCKY MNNERIWESTSIDE
or VA Terms-Fast Occupancy. RATES
**** per person
Edw. o. Lyon Broker, 7811422. FOR SERVICEMEN $6 double occupancy

Entertainment mtely, Quarterdeck Lounge i Dine at Biser's Seafood ; '.
'HIDDEN WATERS' Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic :
Black
Creek. Canal or Lake lots Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking. ;
available. Excellent fishing, boating,
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also
Permanent home area. High, wooded \
lots. E.Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992. -11. '

/ MOTOR HOTEL 11gTEl, ,
MLS REALTORS
Acreage ...Homes....Trailer lots. 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744

4653 Highway Ave. 3895514 Within talking distance to all points of interest. ......
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12 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


I Now Hospital Accepting Pediatric Appointments Clinic I Jax Reenlistment Corner I II


Jax Nine reenlistments were
Jax-The Pediatric Clinic at the they cannot safely wait until the TIftI rIhW aboard the air station
Naval Hospital here has resumed next available appointmentshould reported this week.
seeing patients by appointment. call the Pediatric clinic
Appointments may be made by and state their child's problem. If
calling the Pediatric ap- the child seems acutely and DKI Segundino M. Saldivar of
pointment desk at Ext. 2281 severely illevery effort will be Patrol Squadron 16 reenlisted for
The clinic will be open Monday made to have him seen with the three years and was awarded the
through Friday from 8 a.m. to IQ appointment patients. If the child squadron's Bluejacket of the
p.m. For the next three weeks, has a chronic problem and is not Month award
only one doctor will be in the acutely and severely ill, the
clinic from 4 to 10 p.m. parents will be advised to awaitan .....tk;.. A-- ..... _4pr"4).IIU SSgt. Thomas A. Brown, an
Patients who walk into the
appointment. School AOJ Barber
SSgt. Brown Instructor at the AO 'A' ,
clinic without appointments ort Parents who want their his .
added four more to
i without first notifying the clinic children seen in the Pediatric years I4
Marine Career.
Corps
at Ext 2343,will be seen after all Clinic for the purpose of referralto
; appointment patients have been a speciality clinic should call "
checked. the Pediatric Clinic at Ext. 2343 YN2 Thomas A. Vaught of ,
Patient who call for an ap- before calling the appointmentdesk. Fleet Air Wing 11 shipped over
pointment but feel strongly that for six.

Sgt. Steven A. Hunt, MATSG, ?
r\ reenlisted for four years in the ,5 ",..."
REGENCY TOYOTA Marine Corps.

J8IIIIW <..' 4\i11' .... .-.-.. ...
AT REGENCY SQUARE AE2 Meeks,AE2 Ring and AE3
YNJ Vaught Chastain,all of VP-45, reenlistedand OKI Saldivar

W1 TOYOTA&COROLLA FULL SEDAN -.. .. received a combined ..........-. ....
BRAND NEW .,: Variable Reenlistment Bonus of
"Iv
FACT. EQUIP.jJ7JCfhJ. w. $24,000.

/ A03 Samuel Barber of VP-45
received a Variable Reenlist-
',0.(. ment Bonus of $8,000 when he 1'L.:
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This unique 276-mile
'Jacksonville has all the color and auto tour groves. Present day grove DELAND. a Lovely city with the 360,000 acre forest. Out of the

I.fj'! of a riverboat excursion.atmosphere You'll owners put up roadside stands for great moss-hung oaks lining the forest and half an hour's drive up

N follow a peddling fruit and home streets. Take a stroll on the the road, you come to.....
.?.. snaky road along the east
Ay preserves to
t bank of the majestic passing motorists. STETSON UNIVERSITYnamed PALATKA. This was the scene
flowing St.Johns north. There are several historical ( after the hat of pitched battles during the War

< miles River a hundred buildings in this quaint set manufacturer who endowed it) Between the States when Federal
j cross the river belowan
: : enormous lake that tlement, and almost any of the campus. Visit the RICE gunboats swarmed up the river;
t
,I. from the balloonsout old-timers will take much pride PLANETARIUM November the city was taken by Northern
11., stream and return in pointing them out.You're through March. The GILLESPIE troops and became Federal officers -
1'," along the west bank. the
.. you'll wild Along traveling a very old MUSEUM OF MINERALS is also headerquarters. A 'must
... way see fowl that once highway. It was built in 1780 by open to the public-year 'round see' item here is the beautiful
.. ,'. attracted to the
> area the great the British
Palatka. naturalist who called it King's and free. Continue south on U.S. RAVINE GARDENS before you
and
Audubon. artist John James Road; it was used for trans- 17 to Interstate 4 for a short head north on U.S. 17 to....

You portation to St. Augustine. Long stretch south. Then take Route 46 GREEN COVE SPRINGS. For

may start from any point before that it was a main trail west to... some years after World War II,

.,..;{ nearest you, or south on State 13 trod by Indians. Still following its more than 500 ships were 'moth-

... and within minutes you'll find winding turns along the St. Johns MOUNT DORA located In balled' here from the Atlantic

,J yourself in picturesque River you come toSWITZERLAND...... Central Florida. This perfect Reserve fleet. Take a short

\ : 17l. surroundings recalling an era of This tiny resort city overlooks LAKE detour up the waterfront street;

a century ago as you enter... community was so named nearly DORA and is situated 'midst many colorful old houses are

MANDARIN. A little side road two centuries ago by a homesick hills, tropical flowers, and orange along the way.
here to the right circles the entire
Swiss who received the property groves. You'll enjoy picnicking at
community and returns to Route GILBERT
in a land grant from the Spanish. PARK as well as
13. Some of the houses date r
'Dlland Even though the Alps are missing boating and fishing. There's also

p, 11Iv beyond the War between the there is a distinct Swiss flavoryou'll an 18-hole golf course, day and
States. Notable among them is night lawn bowling and swimming '
want
to J
rf see: a magnificentSwiss
,.... the former home of the lady in one of their fresh-water .iJ
ar .Alt 0er+1 chalet built in the early1930's .
credited by Lincoln as setting pools. ,
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-., .It., .,_, fuse to the war, Harriet Beecher Return north on Route 19 going
''''''''0'' ,0. "110" owner thought the architecture DEERSPRINGS
.. ,., \. ......,".-.. Stowe, who wrote 'Uncle Tom'sCabin' should match the community'sname. through the subtropical

f rY"'I I f .u1.Yyn..r.wnan".......1......... This area also producedsome wilderness of the OCALA ESTATES

of the state's first citrus You're in St. Johns County, NATIONAL FOREST. Here

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r i 1: dotted with very old communitiessuch .

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j PICOLATA. Several forts hundreds of clear lakes and W.
HOLESR1RICE : 1i were Clyde Simpson & Co
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built here, and the site was
l1t witness to many conflicts be- herds roam through the glades of REALTOR 356-6849
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NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES ::::: and later, the Indians and the
NEW & USED TV SETS
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::::::: NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS ::::: motorist may pause and Be sure with
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you whip through the little town

o of SPUDS. It's well named. Muchof

,- the economy of the area is builton ] ] [ ] !

i I Ii the Irish potato. If you're ,

1 lucky you'll pass this way when n n

the gladioli are in bloom, another

million-dollar industry in the 3246 Philips Hwy.

country. You leave Route 13 at

Spuds, for Route 207 to East

Palatka, where you continue your 398.4283

riverside journey on U.S. 17 southto.

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14 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER

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Hospital Wins FinalsJax

Novice MeetJax


-Gean Maddox drove In the winning run with a single In the top]
of the 11th Inning to help Hospital defeat NARTU 3.1 for the 1971 Intramural The Navy Swim Team
Softball Championship. hosted its final Novice Meet of the

Restor Bryan, Hospital's pitcher, singled in the 11th inning and season at the NAS Indoor Pool

advanced to second on a wild pitch.Maddox,Hospital's shortstop,then last weekend.In .
drove him in with a single and later scored himself on another wUd this meet Jim Scott and
fA'd Michael Scott came up with
pitch. T'1
double victories with Jim winning
The first three and a half innings of this game were played last the 11-12 boys 50 breast and
Thursday but the game had to be halted because of rain with the SCOT '1:: .: ,L? 14... free and Michael winning the 8
tied 0-0. The game was then started again on Monday night from : and under boys 25 fly and free
where it had been halted with Hospital at bat and a runner on first. Jennifer Fitzpatrick had two first

The game went into extra innings as the score was tied at 1-1 in the< place finishes in the 9-10 girls 50
seventh inning. NARTU got on the Scoreboard first with a run in the fly and free as did Peggy Roch-
fourth but Hospital came right back in the fifth inning to score a run on ford in the 8 and under division
Dave Kneip's single Both teams then had trouble scoring as both with wins in the 25 back and

pitchers began to bear down. breast
.. ''' ,, .. Other first place finishers were
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Von McClure of NARTU struckout 20 batters in a losing effort but Kevin Catoe in the 1314 boys 100
began to have control problems in the final Innings of the game. McClure EFFORTS ARE IN VAIN-Jack Morgan NARTU is forced out at breast, Ben Catoe in the 6 and

threw 173 pitches in the game while Restor Bryan, Hospital's.pitcher third as his team went on to lose to Hospital 3- 11n Innings for the under boys 25 back, Michael Hill
,threw only 95 pitches in the game. Eighty-three of Bryan's 95! Intramural Softball Championships. (Photo by ATC Ed Smith) in the 11.12 boys 50 back, Pam
called strikes while 107 of McClure's 173 pitches were
pitches were Kangas in the 6 and under girls 25
called strikes. 4. May points ever be awardedas fly and Jacqui Brennock for the 6

IU NARTU made their way Into the finals as a result of beating VP-45.. rQZArar. football a result? of a penalty in and under girls 25 free

0 in the semifinal game. Von McClure pitched a no-hitter in this; Answers Second place honors in the
game as he struckout 13 batters. meet went to Kerry Fitzpatrick
1. Tom Dempsey, New Or- for the girls 13-14 100 fly, Laura
This was a repeat performance for Hospital as they also won the 1. Who kicked the longest field leans Saints 63 yards. Previous Krueger for the 11. 12 girls 50
Softball Championship last year against this same NARTU team. goal NFL in the Nov.history 8, 1970 of the recorJ held by Bert breast, Robert Hill for the 9 -10
on
Rechichar of the Colts at 56
2. What pitchers were the Cy boys 50 back, John Brennock for
Young Award winners in 2. yards.Bob Gibson of the Cardinalsand the 8 and under boys 25 breast,
1970 Jim Perry of the Twins. Patrick Rochford for the 9. 10
GRANTPLAZA 3. Who was Cy Young 3. Denton T. (Cy) Young was boys 50 breast and Scott Hill for

1PizwifrJ the winningest pitcher ever the 6 and under boys 25 breast
in major leagues. He won and free.
511 games from 1890 to
HONDAMOTORS 1911. In other swim team action last

AUTO CENTER 4. Yes if an offensive team week Patti Milewski took second
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Jax Fliers
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Drop Jax ThreeJaxThe Navy Fliers lax Sports BriefsBoat

record now stands at 12 wins and
23 losses which might look bad at : -. .t.111' 111AjCh-h: : 1-. .-I'. I".t.'1'1"I'.T

first glance but when you conSider
the fact that they've won
nine out of their last 14 games Boat Club OutingJaxA All members and prospective
members are reminded that the
things! look a little brighter.The .
Fliers lost three out of four t flotilla of eight boats next club meeting will be August
this past weekend in Panama from the Navy Jax Power Boat 3 at 7:30 p.m.. at the NAS Sail

City to the Tyndall Air Force Club went on a successful outing Club.Football
this to Fort Clinch. Clinic
Base team in some very close past Sunday
while they won three out Dutch Engel led the flotilla in Jax-The Touch Football Clinic
of games four the weekend before fi. his boat while the Fleet Captainwas for officials will be held Monday

against the Robin's Air Force Chief John KUchrist, who July 28th at 7:30: p.m. at the
with the help of several membersof Athletic I building. All personnel
Base team. ;S. a ab the club the interested in
had planned trip. officiating are
The Fliers to go 10 inningsin
After the club beached their asked to attend.Intramural.
the first game against Tyndall
boats at Ft Clinch they went BowlingJaxAn
before beating them 5-4. Von
r r had and
swimming, a picnic
McClure VA-203 struckout 17 in { toured the Fort. organizationalmeeting

this game and had a no-hitter Capt Jack Bower, the com for the Fall 1971 Intramural
going until the seventh inning. modore of the club, Bowling League will be
Frank Dayhoff of VR-50 drove in 1I congratulated the club on their held July 28th at 9:30: a.m. at the
what proved to to the winningruns athletic All team
return for their fine boat handling building.
.
in the tenth inning with a ------- : asked to "
and observation of safety rules representatives are
single. WINNING SWIMMERS These three swimmers from the Nav/
that led to the successful outing. attend the meeting.
The Fliers had trouble with Jax Swln Team won Individual honors In the 1M2 divisions of the A. A.
errors in the other three gamesas U. Junior Olympic Long Course Championships last week at St.
most of the runs scored Petersburg. Steve Krueger won first In the SO back, Patti Milewski
against them were unearned. won second In the 200 I. M. and Robin O'Leary won fourth In the 200
They lost by scores of 4-, 2-0 and free (L to R) Patti Milewski, Robin O'Leary and Steve Krueger. NOW. .. YOU AND YOUR

32.

The Fliers committed two 1''l' FAMILY CAN REALLY LIVE !
.THE UNIFORM"S.
errors in the fourth inning of the

second game that led to three X.
runs while in the fourth game Von Sv S.
McClure allowed only one hit, butit
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was a two-run homer. Two of '

the three runs scored against the $ ; t. :
Fliers in the 3-2 loss were ,

unearned.The .
week before the Fliers won kv

three out of four against Robins
Air Force Base as McClure \ttft 1

pitched a no-hitter to win 2-1 and L
Tom Tenhagen of Weapons threw s .
two four-hitters to win by scores r
of 8-4 and 3-0.

McClure had to go nine inningsin
his no-hitter as the score was
tied at 0-0 at the end of the :. \
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regular seven innings. The TIIE tIROWfERS .
Robins team scored a run in the PI ,

eighth as a result of an error, a ....IN A FINESELECTION
stolen base and two sacrifices. : WlICOMlC s
The Fliers came back in their i OF HOMES
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