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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: August 12, 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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Chinese .r Ib 1 .;?' ..vlfr Mad Foxes Win

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: Night ,, "",.}i.J";. Battle 'E' Award


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Planned .,,'I' '
:,\ L! Jax Jacksonville' based Patrol Squadron Five' has been namedHfcJnner
<',,I ... -I of the highly coveted 'E' award for battle efficiency 'In competition *

i Enlisted personnel are cordially with other Atlantic Fleet VP squadron
Invited to enjoy Family The NavAirLant award is based upon strenuous eighteen. month
i Night (Chinese Meal) Tuesday competition 'in all'important aspects squadron operations, 'including .
I evening from 4 to 6:30 at Galley safety, maintenance availability of aircraft, combat aircrew' ,
One. readiness, operational readiness evaluations and the administrative
,x All and material 'inspection.' '1
guests are required to be
Only one winning' unit .is chosen for each squadron type thus VP-5
; accompanied by an active duty '
has topped all other Patrol Squadrons in the Atlantic Fleet 'in being
L military sponsor. Prices are as
follows: 1 elected for the 'E', regaining an honor they previously held In 1969.
Enlisted VAdm Robert L. Townsend, Commander Naval Air' Forces,
personnel on Comra ts.
i -55 cents Atlantic, announced the award and expressed his heartiest
Adult guests ((13 years and .' congratulation to the commanding offictr, officers and men of the
winning' unit. He noted that the keen competition displayed by all
;. older-65) cents THE BIG 'E'Omhtwo mort aircraft to go," reports AMS1 Mar.
Guests 12 years and under-30 shall Murner of VP-S as ho paints the squadron's newly acquired commands was an Important factor 'in the high degree of readinet
sustained' by Navairlant' units throughout the 1970 71 competitive
cents Battle Efficiency 'E' on ono of nine R.JA Orions. The Mad Foxes
.
" Reservations should be made topped all other Atlantic Fleet patrol squadrons In a stiff II months of period.
r not later than tomorrow. Call competition to win the coveted award for combat readiness A formal award presentation will be announced at a later date.

'V o r .Ext., ;3302 or 3257.
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. Dessert _VOL. 29. NO. '21 'Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville, Florida AUGUST 12, 1971

: Chit>efe Punch

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Yates Assumes CommandJaxCapt.



Andrew Jackson Yates, former naval plant representative at

, Grumman Aerospace Corp. in Bethpage, N.Y., relieved Capt. Donald H. Heile,
as commanding officer of the Naval Air Rework Facility here Monday morning.

Capt. Heile is being reassigned to the staff of Commander Fleet Air

Mediterranean in Naples, Italy after two years at NARF.

Capt Yates a former enlistedman
i'R' who received his com sinkings on succeeding days, Science degrees in aeronautical
v II1 II1.Y mission in 1947, will be In com- while serving as a seaman in the engineering.For .
mand of one of northeast Atlantic Fleet AmphibiousForces. the next two years he
I 'Florida's. largest industrial served on Mediterranean
It! ,. plants. Valued. at more than' 83 graduate of the Naval. deployments with Attack '
million dollars, NARF occupies Academy;' he began flight Squadrons 16 and 76. Later, he
.. M buildings,covering 118 acres. training and was designated a saw duty at the Naval Air
j With a work force of 3,000 people, naval aviator in August 1950. For Development Center in
. ; the industrial plant repairs Navy the next several years he served Johnsville, Pa. and with Light
attack type aircraft, engines and with Attack squadron 55 and Photo Squadron 63. lIe also
l components for the FleetAnativeofCulpepper completed two carrier served as officer-in-charge of the
!. Va.Capt deployments in Korean waters F-8 Photo Detachment aboardthe
rt7 Y Yates joined the Navy in 1942 and' with 80 combat missions. USS Constellation, a memberof
lI participated in the invasion of From July 1953 to June 1956, he the staff of the Commander
North Africa, surviving two ship attended the Naval PostgraduateSchool Naval Air Force Atantic In
lI I at Monterey, Cahf and Norfolk, and at Naval Air
the University of Michigan Systems Command headquartersin
receiving Bachelor and Master oft Wash. D.C.

I e i Auto Tags ______P_ __.u_._/rr .._rr


i Campaign ResultsA For SaleJax 4 r r '

A check for $47,500 is presented to Capt. Sherman Wright (USN
, Ret.), president of NAS Navy Relief Office, by RAdm, Lawrence Gels,
commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. The money was donated by -The 1972 Florida State
auto tags are still on sale by
Ii Jacksonville
area Navy personnel during this year's Navy Relief
Campaign, which ended in June. the Navy Wives Club at the '
Not New Shop here from 8:30:
" a.m. to 2:30: p.m. daily. ,

M I Nursery Extends Hours I Tags may be picked up at
the Not New Shop on the third
I I 'day after they are bought
Jax-The station nursery will The nursery opens at 6:45: a.m. ---'- u. M._---. ---
extend its hours to 2 a.m. Fridays weekdays and 7 a.m. on Satur Caot. Yates Capt. Heile
f on a trial basis, beginning September days. Closing hours are: 6:30:
17. The nursery must p.m.Monday through Wednesday Station Parking Lots Streets To Be Repaired I
beused regularly on Fridays for ((11 p.m. on the first and third ,
the new hours to become per- Wednesday of each month),
manently effective. Thursdays ,11 p.m. Fridays at Jax-Many streets and parkinglots Ave parking areas Aug. 23: Lot west of the chapel
Located at NATTC, the Navy 6:30: pm. until September 17 here will take on a new look Aug. 6 Aug. 13: Essex Ave. complex.A .
Wives Nursery is a large when closing time is 2 a.m.,and in the near future, according to parking areas. schedule for the street
r operation supervised entirely Saturdays at 2 a.m. the Public Works Department. repairs is not yet available. The
t by local wives of Navy enlistedmen. Resealing and repairs will be Aug. 12-Aug. 13: Public Works Department of Public Works
They offer nursery care to If parents from squadrons or done on Yorktown, Essex, Transportation area warns that these schedules will
children of all ages and two full various clubs need nursery care SaratogaEnterprise and a number be tentative since delays may
16 Aug. 17 Parking area
Aug. :
time kindergarten classes-one for their children during hours of other streets. occur due to weather conditionsor
immediately south of Barracks 4
junior and one senior-with not listed here, arrangements The work will done during equipment breakdowns.
and north of the
qualified teachers. They also may be possible through the minimum traffic hours ((9 a.m.- brig. Barricades will be erected by
provide an. excellent recreation Nursery Manager, May Mid- 3:15: p.m.) whenever possible.The Aug. 18 Aug. 20: Parking the contractor and people using
program for children whose dlcton. For information, call the parking lot schedule: areas immediately south of the lot are requested to cooperate
mothers work daily. nursery at 3891732. August. 6-August 13: Essex Barracks 6 and east of Barracks 7 while the repairs are being made.



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

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



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Weekly, 1971 Club Schedules


MOND'AY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY I SATURDAY SUNDAY
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August 17 August
August 12 August 13 August 14 August 15 August 16



The The The Bow

Pirates Bow Bow Street Street Ronnie The America's America's

Street Runners Runners and the Beach Children Children

''c otJe Runners 4+ Sexpot 4+ Sexpot Soul Cats

4+Sexpot Band Band Band Society



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Ace y-Duce y Parmesan Veal Spaghetti Tommy 'c' Chopped Baked Meat Watch Dressing for our
Tommy Archie Sirloin Loaf
and Sauce andthe Surprise
Club and the Jimmy Strickland Leslie Seminoles Steak Happy Hour

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A Happy Hour
CPO. The Happy Hour
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Tommy 430.630: :
Jimmy 't\
Royal Jimmy 4: :
Club Blue Seminoles and the Strickland Strickland P m:30: p.m.


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"TWOFERS"
CLOSED but

Officers Beefeaters The Family our Package for A La Carte

Night Four The Four Buffet Store I Is Happy Hour Menu
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Club Clubs Clubs open 3:30: 5



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CLUB HOURS '\
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Pirates CPO Officers' Acey.Ducey 'upport'

Cove Club Club Club eja&ir6e

Monday thru Thur ,

11 '.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday fL Saturday your\ _. 4

Friday 11 am to Midnight Sunday 11 I.m. to 1 I.m. Breakfast Na tte personnel will be served from 5:50-: 6:30: a.m.?; NAS and all
11 ..m. t' 2 ..m. 11a.m..11 p.m. other tenant commands after 6:30.:
Friday a. Saturday Tues.-Thurs. Sunday Lunch Natfc personnel served from 11 to 12 a.m. NAS and other commands
Saturday 11 am to 1 I.m. \ 11a.m..I1p.m. Noon to Midnight after 11.Dinner.
9 '.m. to 2 '.m. Frl-Slt -All personnel served from 4 to 6:15: p.m.
Sunday 11..m..11.m. Monday thru Thur Chub

9 '.m. to Midnight 11 I.m. to Midnight Friday,August II Tuesday,August 17
BREAKFAST .. Hot Oatmeal, Fred! BREAKFAST. Hot Oatmeal, Fried
Eggs to Order, Scrambled\ Eggs with Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beefon
Ham, Choice of Luncheon Meat or Toast, Baked Pork and Beans,
Pork Sausage, Home Fried Potatoes, Choice of Luncheon Meat or Pork
Creamed Dried Beef. Assorted Cake Sausage, Assorted: Cake Doughnuts.
Doughnuts. DINNER Minestrone Soup,
DINNER .. Manhattan Clam Steamship Round of Beef, Natural
m w Chowder, Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Okra t+.
( French Fried Potatoes, Tomato Juice, Buttered Whole Kernel .
Butter Cream Styled Corn, Buttered Corn, Yellow Pound Cake.
June Peas, Yellow Cake with SANDWICH LINE .. Grilled Cheeseor
rnwPROTESTANT Chocolate Icing.SANDWICH Grilled Hamburgers.
LINE. Grilled Cheeseor .
MwL. SUPPER Simmered Corned Beef,
Grilled Hamburgers. Swedish Meat Balls, O'Brien
SUPPER. Baked Beef & Noodles, Potatoes, Buttered Squash, Seasoned
.. r Fried Flounder, Tartar Sauce, Par. Snap Beans, Yellow Pound Cake.
sley Buttered Potatoes, Polonaise

o I I Cauliflower, Seasoned Green Beans, Wednesday,August II
\1r Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing. BREAKFAST .. Chilled Plums,

4 a r1N/y. NAVAL AIR STATION Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled French
-J A Saturday,August 14 Toast with Maple Syrup, Choice of
SUNDAY BREAKFAST Hominy Grits,
,
Ham or Bacon, Hash Brown Potatoes
1 Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Pecan Roils.DINNER .
0 Cakes with Maple Syrup, Choice of
,
Holy Communion-8:30: a.m. at Chicken Gumbo Soup
All Saints Chapel. Church Schoolall Bacon or Ham, Hash Browned Hot Roast Turkey Sandwiches,
Potatoes, Minced Beef, Iced Coffee
Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry
Lff ( ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel Rings. Sauce, Harvard Beets, Seasoned
.
Annex. Divine Worship 10:30: at BRUNCH Fried Eggs to Order, Succotash, Boston Cream Pie.
3 All Saints' Chapel. Breakfast Meat or Grilled Frankfurters SANDWICH LINE Grilled Cheeseor
!!..J:;'" .. French Fried Potatoes, Variety Meat Sandwich.
Youth
Worship (Jr. and Sr. Baked Beans, Iced Coffee Rings, .
SUPPER El Rancho Stew or
wtu, fuuMo2 i atuEv*:' we lAbE High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- Dutch Apple .Pie. Baked Meat- Loaf, Buttered Egg

toCATeDmAr PUffeRftY 'SEHSl1tONJ1"JAX : nex. Junior and senior youth Roast SUPPER Turkey- Chicken Log, Snowflaked Rice Soup, Noodles, Simmered Pinto Beans,
Fellowship-1:30 at Buttered Asparagus, Southern Corn
: p.m. Bldg. 722. Potatoes, Cream Gravy, Bread
Bread, Boston Cream Pie.
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered
small Chapel. Whole Kernel Corn, Seasoned Lima
Thursday,August If
Beans, Dutch Apple Pie. ..
Tuesday BREAKFAST Chilled Figs,
Senior Choir-Rehearsal-7 p.m. Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order,
AIR NEWSThe Sunday,August IS
Grilled Hot Cakes with Maple Syrup,
at Bldg. 750 and Christian Science BREAKFAST -. Chilled Figs,
Choice of Luncheon Meat Pork
Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. Chilled Pineapple, Juice, Fried Eggsto Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans or Iced
NAVAL HOSPITAL Order Grilled Minute Steaks, Coffee Rings.
Divine French Toast with Maple Syrup, DINNER .. Puree of Bean Soup,
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Worship-10 a.m. Choice of Luncheon Meat or Pork ,
Ginger Pot Roast, Natural Gravy
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, NATTC Sausage, Assorted. Danish Pastry. French Fried Potatoes, Buttered June

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Divine Worship-11 a.m at Grilled BRUNCH Hamburger Fried Eggs or Breakfast to Order, Peas, Seasoned Carrots, Peach

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 500. Meat, French Fried Potatoes, Baked Shortcake SANDWICH with Whipped.. Topping.Macaronior
LINE Chill
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS CATHOLICSaturday Yellow Beans, Assorted Danish Pastry, Iced Grilled Liver, Parsley Buttered

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Mass 5 p.m. at St SUPPER Layer. Vegetable Cake. Soup, Grilled Potatoes, Buttered Broccoli Spears,

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass. Beet Steaks, Fried Onions, Franconla Seasoned Green Beans, Peach
3119. 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass Potatoes, Harvard Beets, Seasoned Shortcake with Whipped Topping.
I Peas, Iced Layer Cake.
and
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Friday 11:30: a.m. WednesdayMass Monday,August U ) ,IV 14 t

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race' 11:30: a.m. at the Naval BREAKFAST -- Chilled Orange I

creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Hospital Chapel. Saturday Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Maple
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Confessions : and 5 p.m. Syrup Pork Grilled Hot Cakes, Choice of ,

. opportunities by an advertiser will result in'the refusal to print NATTC Potatoes Sausage, Assorted or Bacon Cake,Doughnuts.Lvonnalse

advertising from that source." Sunday Mass 9:30: a.m. In DINNER Chicken Soup, Baked
Building 500. Smoked Ham, Pineapple I 8.! Raisin

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Sauce Snowflaked, Candled Potatoes Sweet, Potatoes Boiled,

.concerning such should be directed to: Blackeyed Peas, Seasoned
Turnip
madness
Anger is momentary ,
Greens, Hushpupples, Apple
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY so control your passion or it will SANDWICH LINE .- Chill Dogs Pie. or

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 control you.-Horace Egg SUPPER Salad Sandwich... Submarine Sandwiches,

Telephone 388-2755 Stuffed Green
It's easier to judge people by Sauce, French Peppers Baked ,Potatoes Tomato,

VOL. 29 NO. 21 AUGUST 12, 1971 what they fall for than by what Buttered Spinach, Boiled Navy Beans, *
they stand for.-Joan Welsh Apple Pie. COM8ATAUGUST AstTTf"



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All Hands .. .I

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VP45Jax


Patrol Squadron 45
recently held an AU Hands
Training Day. The purpose of All -ML
b ; Hands Day Is to gather all -w,
squadron personnel together at
least once a month for lectures
containing pertinent informationon Yv'
both the squadron and Navy-
wide levels.In s

conjunction with the :
"
training, an advancement and '
award ceremony was held. The
first awards were Navy Com I
mendation Medals to LCdr.
Jerome D. Piccioni and LCdr. ,
David B. Trover.
i(
LCdr. Piccioni was com it
mended for service while serving t
as an operations officer on the
-'-
Nurse Contract SignedHarry staff of Commander Cruiser ANOTHER CVWR.20 FIRST LCdr W. A. Geiger, maintenance
Destroyer Flotilla 12 from Oct. officer of Attack Carrier Air Wing Reserve 20, Is piped over the side by
23, 1968 to Oct 23, 1970. his fellow officers, becoming the first officer to retire from the year
S. Osterman, president of the American Federation of LCdr. Troyer received his old air wing staff. LCdr. Geiger enlisted in the Navy 27 years ago here
Government Employees, Local 696, signs a two contract for
year medal for service while attachedto at NAS. He was commissioned an ensign 16 years later,and has servedin
registered nurses as Hospital Commanding Officer Capt. C. W. LewisJr.
his present rank for three years.
the USS America (CVA-66))
looks on. Negotiations on the agreement began June 22 and were as.
completed July 30. It will become effective upon': approval of the assistant strike operations 0(
Director of the Office of Civilian Manpower and Management. ficer.

Fourteen VP-45 sailors 2L Now You Can
received Good Conduct Awards. l
Disaster Control Experts They were: AE1 Backus, ADJ2
REALLY LIVE !Irollin.g
Bretton, SD3 Canda, ADJ3 v
Carrington, ADJ1 Coleman, "
Will Lecture at TheaterJax ADJ2 Fristad, AK1 Haye, AZ1
Hopkins, SD2 Mercado, HMI
Miller, AE2 Rowe, AE1 Sanders,
PR1 Soileau and ATC Thuma.
A team of disaster protection equipment.Other .
control specialists from Gulf port, training for Disaster The concluding presentationswere t t 1
Miss., will conduct specialized Control Teams AA, AB, AC, AD, to eight VP-45 sailors who
disaster control and NBC AF, EA, CA and CB will be held were advanced to the following
training lectures at the Station August 19 through 27 at Hangar rates: AT2 Barker AW2
Theatre August 16,17 and 18 from 1000 in Rooms 235 and 236. Per Baumann, AMS2 Elldson, AW2 hills
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The presentationwill sonnel assigned to these teams Meagher, AE2 Medcs, AMS2
include an introduction to are required to attend the Pritchard, AW3 Ray and AMS2 ti
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AROUND CECIL




'"' taz 8 ,
c
) Receiving their pins for 5 years
NAS Cecil-What can we say??
that continuous service at Cecil wereL
There are so many people
awards that ( to m) David Solomon, James
have been receiving
: the LATWINGER staff hasn't Barlow, Commander Garbe,
Richard Klmes! and Willis
had time to stop. There are quitea -
--- few people to put in the spot B rough ton. Odekirk

I M Years- __ ___u light this week,so without further -11-: I. t.. I
ado, here we go.
Mr. Frank Nettles and Mr.
I 'h Edwin Yarborough were very
happy men last week when they
received their 30 years service rk tr
awards. Congratulations Mr. Mr & rM raF.
Nettles and Mr. Yarborough.Ten .
years behind Mr. Nettles
and Mr. Yarborough,but still justas
happy were James D. Braford,
j7 lI Jauntia A. Dixon and Myrtle A.
Mitchell who received service

awards for 20 years.
For 10 and 15 years continuous r--
service at Cecil, the following .. WalkupLL '. -eo. 1 _
20 Years shown with Commander
..--- .--- ". I 1I Garbe persons, were given Service Pins David"d:. Walkup'of VA-83 Welch

for their achievements. Shown and his wife Barbara, both.show 174 recently reenlisted for two
left to right are, Ernest Lawson, their approval as Mrs'WglkUp: \ years to start his way towards 11
Alma Tomlin, Commander pins on her husbands "'new years of Naval service.
Garbe, Grady Bishop, Eugene Lieutenant bars. Hellrazor AT3 D.E. Welch

Taylor, and George Sweat AE1 Gary B. .Odekirk, 'of'VA- recently reelisted for 6 more
years. after successfully com
111 pleting two
I : years service.
['... : Congratulations and best of luck

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r -i Navy Wives Elect New Officer ,




Commence Constructive ProjectsJaxAugust



k 4 was the date for Parliamentarian in 1960, served magazines may deposit them in
the Navy Wives Club of AmericaJax two terms as vice president in the boxes provided.
86 business meeting, and 1964 and 1965, and was club In conjunction with solicitingour
y members elected Maria Bennettas president in 1968. On J>e national club members to volunteer
y i their new vice president. A level she served as National Pin for the Family Services Center,
candlelight ceremony set the Chairman for two terms, and was the club is also purchasing new
scene as Maggie Lucas performed on the National Revisions cots for the Center's use.
the duties of installing Committee in 1964 and 1969. The members of Jax 86 extendan
officer. Two new members were also open invitation to all wives of
Mrs. Bennett has been an installed that same evening. men serving in the U.S. Navy,
FINANCE OFFICER RETIRES. Charles J. Collins, SC, left) active member of Jax 86 for Shirletta Gore, sponsored by Marine Corps,Coast Guard, and
accepts his retirement papers and congratulations from NAS Com many years. Among the various Idella Moore, and Karen Cason, active reserve units of these
manding Officer Capt. John R. Klncaid after ending Navy career chairmanships on the local level, sponsored by Barbara Howard services; wives of men who have
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which spanned more than 30 years she held the office oft repeated the club vows by can been honorably discharged with
-..." ,- dlelight with installing officer, pay or retired, or who have been
Sharon King.Welcomed. transferred to the Fleet Reserve
Jax Stable Mounts guest for the upon completing active duty; and
evening was Martha Kannair of widows of enlisted men in these
Sigsbee Road, Orange Park. services.
Two new club projects have Please come out and be a partof
Get been adopted. One is to collect our club. We need workers and
InnoculationsJax magazines and paperback books new friends and if the childrenare
for prison inmates, and the otheris a problem, we can solve that
Horses at the cin ted.. to collect old eye glasses, with our free nursery care for
frames and costume jeweley for anyone attending a Navy Wives
riding stables here There have been
were no for the function. held
'Eyes Needy Drop-off Meetings are on
vaccinated Monday mor- confirmed cases of the boxes will be maintained at the the first and third Wednesday of
ning for Venezuelan disease in Florida and the Nursery and anyone having old each month at Compton Hall on
Equine Encepha- vaccinations are only a eyeglasses or jewelry or Enterprise St. at 7:30 p.m.

lomyolitis. precautionary measure. !>!b.b.....................:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..................,,...........................'................................'.'.'.

All horses in the Clay Horses have also been COMPLETE VW 8
New Jax 14 Vice President
County area will be vaccinated quarantined for all s & DOMESTIC CAR,
Maria Bennett (center) Is
I free of charge in movement except to and congratulated by Club President No SERVICEROOSEVELT f}

hopes of preventing an from vaccination clinics in Barbara Howard (1)I) and Maggie -o 0HNG
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outbreak of the disease hopes of lessening the Lucas. : N !

; such as the one which has chances of coming in /erErso.on.e1 --- r0 B r rLu

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Will Appear at Pirates Cove


Jax The Tams, a quintet from Atlanta whose 'Best of the Tams' album has

just been released by Capitol Records' 1.2-3 label, will appear at the Pirates Cove

enlisted men's club here September 1st and 2nd from 8 p.m. to midnight. Tickets

for the show are now on sale at the club for$1 each

In their 'rags to riches' trek out 'Kingpin of the Atlanta Sound', 'Be Young, Be Foolish, Be 4
of an Atlanta ghetto as well as saw their potential, and after Happy', 'Riding for a Fair and
in their music The Tams have their first effort, 'Untie Me', many others. H
achieved the mastery of living to became a local hit. he secured a New facets have been added to M+
the point. They insist on staying long-time contract for The Tams the right-on career of The Tams, _
their own happy, effervescent, with ABC Records. with the boys just completing an
natural selves and they have One thing led to another, given extended engagement at one of
managed to convey that feeling constant hard work The Tams Miami Beach's finest show
through many hit recordings and worked their way from Atlanta to rooms,the signing of an extended
countless live appearances. finding their names on the recording contract with Capitol
i No Bed of Roses marquees at the well known Records and with The Tams
The road to success and theatres of the day (the Howard starring in a new weekly musical

stardom was not always 'bed of in Washington; the Apollo in New television program entitled 'Dig'. .. I.j
roses' as The Tams story is York; The Regal in Chicago; the j f ,
scattered with a goodly share of Uptown in Philadelphia and the '
Meet the Individuals .. ....011'(,' ,
hard times. The four original Downtown Fox in Detroit)
at
Here then The Tams
are ..
Tams (Joseph Pope, Charles A fifth Tam (choreographer,Al the peak of their craft,' the ... .
Pope, Robert Smith and Horace Cottle) was added as the group ... .
makers of a warm, soulful music ..k ..4.- .r_ r.......
Key), can remember standing on embarked on the bus tours of the that is its own best possible
sweaty street corners, sharing mid-60's with such headliners as justification: singer is Elvis Presley and his
common dreams and disap- James Brown, Ray Charles, hobbies include baseball and [ Rides
Lee has a strong,
Joseph Pope
pointments, then getting Jackie Wilson and Paul Revere.At basketball.
mellow lead voice which he has
c together and performing for all points that wonderful Tams refined into beautiful and Horace Key (tenor) recognized
$1.25 apiece per night. hit music was being made. tender instrument.a Joseph enjoys the importance of hard work in WantedJaxRide
Still, The Tarns perterved Positive, straight-ahead, no the creation of good soul music.He .
fishing, Ben E. King, and seeing
They kept the jive going, they shuck, totally together music smiling faces in the crowd. Says has no hobbies and his wanted daily
kept working really hard, they with explanatory-titles like he wants to have people all over favorite song (no surprise) Is The Monday through Friday from
t never let up. In time, they gained 'What Kind of Fool Do You ThinkI the world see The Tams perform Tams'own'A Little More Soul', along 3201 Galilee Rd. in Southside
after the Am ', 'Hey Girl Don't Bother which he characterizeswhat
s a loyal following says Jacksonville to
110.
because 'once they'll Bldg. Depart
they see us,
multi-colored tarns they wore as Me', 'Silly Little Girl', 'You Liedto the group tries to do leave
return Call
believe us and hopefully we can 7 a.m. 3:30: or 4 p.m.
the dress could Your Daddy' and 'I've Been little soul and
only stage they make someone else a little a more understanding Liz Gavilan at 772-2694 or 396-
afford. 1962,The Tarns came to Hurt', with the audience.
happier and a little more soulful.
the attention of Bill Lowery. Growth and Success Albert Cottle, Jr.: has had show 0715.Rider wanted to share drivingand
Lowery, the acknowledged Like a fine wine that can only Charles Walter Pope's favorite business under his skin since his
improve with age, The Tarns Tams song is 'Be Young, Be mother took him on tours with expenses to Philadelphia
Depart August 27 at 10 a.m. Call
Foolish, Be Happy' 'It is most
continued to build their act The
stage Queen City Gospel Singers.
\Wf2.' he 'in that it HM3 Reed at Ext 2423.
with the gained in the meaningful says, Diversions
experience include Ben E. King,
days of the rock and roll bus tours helps younger kids to realize that pork chops and watching Bldg. 110 employee wishes to
and organize car pool In East Atlantic
from within
happiness comes
and consistent work at the rhythm television.So .
S ''Jr and blues theatres. Demandfor that you must always try to be you have met The Tams. Beach area. Depart 6:30 a.m.
I had what you are, no more and no return 4 p.m. Call Betty Joy at
personal appearances Now listen to their songs, and go
less. Charles likes people and 7723402.
increased to the point that The see them perform. They show a
steaks and and James
Tarns built their own 17-piece boxing world where the pain of life and
Gives
REAL ESTATE revue.In fact, The Tarns reached Brown. love is looked at and confrontedand Hospital

such a pinnacle that they were on Robert Lee Smith, The Tams' transcended by good-feeling
FURNITURECall the road with bookings up to two bass singer, believes the group's music. For this alone, and Teachers ExamsJax
264-4584 Eve 268-9207 years in advance at Southern greatest virtue,perhaps lies in its because they do it so very well,
colleges and universities while ability to 'get down with the The Tams deserve their well- Physicals examinations
688KINGSLEYAVEORANGE for teachers will be performed at
still enjoying tremendous people. Filled with great enthusiasms entrenched place in the big
PARK the Naval Medical Clinic
recording success with tunes like Robert's favorite leagues of soul.We've Hospital
on Saturday mornings, August 14
: and 21. Appointments may be
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8 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER

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Editorial Corner I II

Friday the 13th I Reenlistment


Jax Four reenlist-

Survival Course ments from VP-45 and one

from VP-56 were reportedhere

Jax I woke up tomorrow morning, but somehow it didn't really H this week. From the
seem worth the effort My calendar read Friday the 13th. Pelican Squadron there
I'm not superstitious, but I had known since midnight that it was were:
going to be a bad day. That was when broke my hand coming back
from the club (Somebody stepped on it when he passed me in the AW3 L. E. Sawyer
hallway). Everything between then and 0730 is a painful tog, who reenlisted for the first
especially in the head and stomach. time and received a
Taking some measure of consolation in the fact that it was payday, I
headed for the office. I didn't get discouraged that the 'two weeks Variable ReenlistmentBonus
notice' I had given hadn't been approved, but when they told me that of more than $9,000. ._":1l-
c my salary had been abolished as part of a DOD economy move I ..a _J .;
started to get a little distressed. V AOe A. F. Canipe who A01 Ytdo -
'One must be willing to make sacrifices,' they told me. What could AE2 Blair reenlisted for the third ..
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say? .'....., JIf'j'! .' .. .,... t Y"fi -'- ---
time for six
years. T
I decided to take emergency leave until 1630 and went to the parking 'Ifff" ,;"Y
11.11 1:
lot There saw the crushed remains of my day.old motor bike under A01 J. F. Yedo who ... "".....
the wheels of a car. This gave me clear assurance that someone had 1 to his
actually read the editorial wrote last week and had even taken my ,: T j, added five years 1 J .
advice. .. : ; ) Navy career. t L,
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My happiness was unbounded. \,. .... 1/;
'Every day should be Friday the 13th!' I shouted with glee as I /: : } AWl L. W. Call who
leaped into the air- then crashed to the pavement ruining my spit. "Jm ; signed up for four more.
shine and breaking my other hand. <
,:
This downfall was inevitable. The Dick Tracy secret ring decoder At VP-56 AE2 Beryl G.
and signal mirror I carry in my bike's saddlebag had been broken .t'. Blair reenlisted for the
f when the bike came to its untimely end. -..r first time for five years
I realized that the only way I could salvage anything from the day received Variable .
was to pick myself up and start over again.So and a \,
I limped back to the club. ;;. Reenlistment Bonus of

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\ Help Victim 4r May Achieve CertificationWASHINGTONMedical


I II Of LeukemiaJaxA laboratory specialists in the military

I career field categories of MOS 92B20, NEC 8412, or AFSC 90430, who
II have one year of laboratory experience, and a high school diploma or
young leukemia victim equivalent are eligible for the Nov. 19 certification examinations for
i from Lake City recently r, I Certified Laboratory Assistant, CLA (ASCP), offered by the Registryof
rf11MMMNNNNMNNNNNMNII Medical Technologists of the American Society of Clinical
I celebrated his fifth birthday and
Pathologists September 1 is the deadline for applying for theseexaminations
with the help of VP-5 personnel
.
1 turned out to be a very happy one.
AECS Harper AOC Cate The national examinations will chemistry and biology, one
1i LCdr. Michael Gavalak and be given at the centers semester in mathematics and a
crew 32 of VP-5 met Clay Tyre, throughout the country. Cer year of clinical education and
i who has been suffering from Two Chiefs RetireAt tification exams are also being experience in an AMA-approved
leukemia for two years on July offered on Nov. 19 for civilian Medical Technology Educational
I 14 when they were diverted from categories of Medical Laboratory Program. This examination is
their touch-and-go pattern by a Technician, MLT (ASCP), also open to those with a baccalaureate -
plea for help from Clay's father, NATTC CeremonyJaxAECS Medical Technologists MT degree with the above
Thomas Tyre. Clay had begun to (ASCP), and Histologic required courses plus five yearsof
I J develop serious complicationsand Technician HT (ASCP). acceptable clinical laboratory
airlift was Carl W. Harper, Service Medal, Republic of Graduates of military medical experience.
an emergency Supervisor of Phase IV of the AE'A' Vietnam Medal and the Navy
necessary to get him to St. Jude Laboratory training programs Candidates for the
School, and AOC Joe Unit Commendation Ribbon.
Billy
Children's Hospital in Memphis, totaling at least 12 months are examinations for Histologic
Tenn. Cate, an instructor in the Elec- Chief Petty Officer Cate has eligible for the Medical Technician, liT (ASCP), must
tricity Phase of the AO 'A'School. served 21 years in the Navy. lie Laboratory Technician MLT have a high school diploma and
Since that airlift, the Mad retired after a combined total of served with Fighter Squadron 52, (ASCP), examination if they one year of training and ex-
Foxes and Clay developed quite a more than 40 years service. 111, 174 and 62, Fleet Composite have an associate degree or 60 perience in histologic technique.
deep affection for each other, so During Senior Chief Petty Squadron 4, FASRON 691 and at semester hours of college credit. ASCP Certification(is of special
it was only natural that when the Officer Haper's naval career,he Monterey, Calif. AOC Cate The Medical Technologists MT importance to military
Mad Foxes found out he was earned the Good Conduct Medal earned the Good Conduct Medal (ASCP) examination (is open to laboratory personnel who expectto
having a birthday they decided to (sixth award) the National ((5th Award) and the National those who have completed three transfer out of the services into
get him a present.The Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Defense Service Medal years of college with 16 hours of civilian! medical! laboratories l ,
most 01 which are directed oy
Command Hosts "Hail and Farewell"Jax
present turned out to be no pathologists.
ordinary present for a fiveyearold Applications for the
i boy as ADJI Frank Reed had A command sponsored Officers and their guests are Bedard and his wife. He is the examinations and further information -
the pleasure of presenting $67.50to Hall and Farewell party will be invited to attend the celebration, officer in charge of the Armed may be obtained from
Clay's father and making it a held at 7 tomorrow night at the free of charge, from 7 to 8:30.: Forces Courier Detachment. the Registry of Medical
very memorable birthday for Officers' Club in honor of several Those being 'Hailed' as Leaving NAS Jax are Cdr. and Technologists (ASCP) Box 4872,
young Clay Tyre. NAS officers who are either newcomers to the station are: Mrs. Raymond Williams of Data Chicago, 111. 60680. Applicationsmust
reporting aboard or departing. Cdr and Mrs. Charles Harlow of Processing, Ll and Mrs. Stephen be returned to the Registryby
Data Processing Dept., LCdr. Salisbury of Air Ops and CW02 Sept. 1,with an application fee
and Mrs. Eugene Quinn, LCdr. and Mrs. Harry Worwetz of of $25.
usmfwNNNNMNNII* and Mrs. David Weigand and Lt. Weapons.Cdr. .
and Mrs. Thomas McMahan of
", KATHY AirOps; LCdr. and Mrs. Charles Robert Gibson, LCdr. HONDA,
Schutt, Lt and Mrs. David Hall, Ralph Goslin and CW02 Ronald
BROWN Lt and Mrs. Paul Hermanson, Blaine Jr. of the Air Operations MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
and Ll and Mrs.Harold Jablon of Department will be honored upon 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
trtiM J PIANO& Dental. Also. Lt (jg) William their retirement from the Navy. PHONE 7714244
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the bowling tournament for all I

",. e e dependent women of active,
r retired or deceased personnel of
Navy, Marines,Amy, Air Force I
a and Coast Guard in the I iiiiiiiii
rt. Jacksonville area.This event will

I'I' be held the last two weekends In
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inAFCM October; 23rd and 24th, 30th and
t R,Clark of VA'" rtctntty received W e Navy Achievement
I' Medal for his outstanding performance Quality Assuranct CPO and 31st.The 1st Annual tournamentheld

Maintance Control CPO. last October was a success.
_... ...," Many women are not aware of
., ...' the fact that one does not have to
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.. be a 'good" bowler to win. The
:' .' tournament will be handicap all
the way, including All Events.
This bowling tournament is the
one sport in which all. service
wives can participate. NAS Cecil
Field Bowling Center has made
the lanes available to dependentsfor
this occasion, so let's
reciprocate by entering and ;;; Cecil Marine were vtry busy recently is they held exercises on Th
making this 2nd Annual Tour the Weapons side In the top picture, the Marines are moving out on I p1el MI
nament a greater success than navel in lUrch of the enemy
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the last.Plan now to gather your WI'
.. team and join the fun in com .,
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received the petition. 7 '""'.",..<<:i.....,, v.-
ATC C.F.McCartnty,another Sunllner from VA-ll also Bowlers have until September26th
Navy Achievement Medal for his exceptional work as Quality to enter the four-lady team MeWf
Assurance CPO while serving with NAS Cecil AMD division. event and doubles-singles events. elf
Entry forms and rules can be hntre
obtained In bowling centers at .
Cecil Field, NAS Jax, and '
Learn To FlyIntroductory Mayport; also all public bowling
establishments in the area. -
Lesson For further information,
FAX-APPROVED contact Mona Groff,Tourmanent WIag
Director, Telephone: 264-234.
Private FREE Bf
Commercial
Instrument .f tructor -
For U
VA Approved Tame Girl: 'Whipser something soft Tya.1

Courses'A'vallable Only and sweet to me, darling' vaPt
Sailor: 'Marshmallow fluffL
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prices'' ; Come and Get 'Em Specials!! :

71 FORD TORINO Door Hardtop 6-cylinder, standard c
r trans.,S.OOOmlles,new car warranty PRICE I2I7S.$200 Down .
'y payment, $68 mo.
THE GALLEY ROYALE 120 MOTEL ROOMS COLOR TV 49 CHEVY IMPALA Door Hardtop. V8 Auto. trans., Air I p
F conditioned,Power steering and brakes,Tinted glass,
Meals and Snacks R4H. 12380 ..
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 2 SWIMMING POOLS it PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA V.8,AT, PS,R&H. S1WiO
VW BUG Beachcomber Special (250tJ A
RAMBLER Station Wagon MSO i
DISCOUNT TO M TARV.and 62 COMET 2.Door $350 s


... their dependents and guests upon presentation of ID card. WESTSIDE Y Yi

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Publisher CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

I Movie Schedule
JAX AIR NEWS Call: 388-2755 II


NAS Jacksonville : Ads Should bt mailed to arrive. not later than

Ads TUf'dayfor arriving publication too the following Thursday. '. '. ...,',..1. '. .' ." .. .. '. .
LATWINGER : .t' late for this deadline will be
1fJ published the fOllowing week unless the
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE
I\'t"\' publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or Thursday August 12 Monday, August 16
money order for the 'ull cost of the ad must be
received. WITH the copy for the ad NAS: 'THE CONFESSION' NAS: 'GETTING STRAIGHT'
B&W drama starring Yves Color comedy drama starring

4747 San Juan Avenue ": RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) S2.00 Montand and Simone Signoret. Elliott Gould and Candice

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) SOc 'GP' F (138 mins.). Bergen. 'R' E ((125 mins.).
L : HOSPITAL: 'TIIX 1138' Color HOSPITAL: 'ONE MORE

science fiction starring Robert TRAIN TO ROB'
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Duvall and Donald Pleasance. 17
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Friday,August 13 NAS: 'THE CROSS AND
GERMAN SHEPHERD NAS: 'VANISHING POINT' SWITCHBLADE' Color drama
EMPLOYMENT: AKC Call 772 Reg.1769., 6 mo. old, Female $4000 ;MOBILE H9i\. 'I Color action drama starring starring Pat Boone. 'GP' G ((106

Barry Newman and Cleavon mins.).

GENERAL OFFICE SURFBOARD CHALLENGERGood Little. 'GP' VG ((107 mins..). HOSPITAL : 'GETTING

Put your office skills to work and earn condo Used 1 yr. Orlg. $145" sell JUSTISS TRAILER PARK HOSPITAL; 'THE CON- STRAIGHT'
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you for $85. Call Les 3877394. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern FESSION' Wednesday,August 18
wish. NO FEE. Call: trailer and Apts 389.3007. Saturday,August 14 NAS: 'WHAT'S NEW
NORRELLTemporary NAS: SHINBONE ALLEY' PUSSYCAT Color comedy

396.5371 Services LABRADOR PUPPIES RETRIEVER VA FINANCINGNo Color cartoon with voices of Carol starring Peter Sellers and Peter

AKC Reg., $125. 264.2741.AUTOMATICWASHER. money down on New Star Mobile Channing, Clark and Eddie O'Toole. 'R' G ((108 mins.). ...
JOE'S HANDYMAN SERVICEThe Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. Bracken. 'G' G (84 mins.). HOSPITAL: 'TilE CROSS
S&J Mobile Home
Impossible we do Immediately.
HOSPITAL: 'V ANISIIINGPOINT' AND SWITCHBLADE'Did
3708 Philips
Hwy.
Miracles take a little longer. House
painting household repairs, minor & DRYER 398-8926
appliance repairs, screens, fixtures, Like new, 1970 Kenmorewasher, $100, Sunday,August IS -
glassetc. Joe Hurwitz, 264.4135 (USN Dryer $75. Contact AWC Clayton, 772- 63 GREAT LAKES NAS: 'ONE MOUE TRAIN TOROO'
hear about the bank
RET 2927work( ), 772.0438 (home). MOBILE HOME you
Color western comedy president who no longer eats
10 x 60 3 BR,22,600 BTU Air Condo GE. starring George Peppard Diana where the truck drivers dot He
PERMANENTS TIME Wash. Close to Cecil 781-0030.
Muldaur and France Nuyen. 'GP'G
Men needed to take retail Inventories. can't afford It. Orben's Current
_$ REAL;: ESTATE!M
Week ddy evenings, Sat. & Sun., work ((100 mins.). Comedy
clean and professional, Approx.) 8 12 'RAiif iT T t HOSPITAL: 'SHINBONE
hrs. per week. No exp. necess. We ta. .. .. 1 C 'M U""t ALLEY'
train. Reply to: CASH) .
R. O. I.Inventory Specialists We buy,sell,and trade equities

1914 Jax Beachway. 32207 Rd. 771.3605 Louise T. Bailey Broker 62RENAULTDAUPHINERadio and heater. $140 ;;!1111'IIIi!' i ::m* ;I) _

ASTRO MOTORS ....:.w.: .. ...,.iIY: & .. .. ..... ....
BABY SITTING WANTEDWill NEW HOMES 6566 Normandy Blvd.

do In my homeS days week., any 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built.in.Range, -.".:
age desired. Mrs. Gallinger 264 4975.Bel Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,300 up. FINANCE REPOSSESSIONS
lair Apt. No. 65.EXPERIENCED. FHA or VA Terms-Fast Occupancy. '71 Torino Cobra, 396.9321
'Edw. 0. Lyon Broker, 7811422.

SECRETARY 17'COBIA,
Typing ((50 wpm), Filing, Shorthand, 9 'HIDDEN WATERS' 75 HP Johnson, Gator Tilt Trailer, 700 %
a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Frt. 2 weeks paid Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots' Coast Guard equip. All ex. cond.
vacation. National Health Agency available. Excellent fishing, boating, $1,095. Lt. Nelson Ext. 2540, Home 264-
Phone 398.1533 for interview.MisECCAioU5. swimming. Mobile Home area. Also 8345. GUARANTEE!
permanent home area. High, wooded
lots. E.Z Terms. One mile. E. Lake We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
Asbury on No. 209 La Rue 7253992. ATLANTIC RCfer-A-CAR, we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
18 yrs. and up. Free Delivery, 387.
5413. And guaranteed! them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
MLS REALTORS malor mechanical parts*for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and

Acreage ...Homes,.Trailer lots. double check.
GEORGE'S KENNELS 4653 Highway Ave. 389.5514 "DODGE' SUPER BEE' ENOINETRANSMISIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. WYNNE REALTY of Florida, Inc. Mallory Ignition, dual exhaust, ASSEMBLIESBRAKESYSTEM! ELECTRICALSYSTEM ..
Pick up & Delivery Available overhead cam, AT, 781.2324.it .
Grooming, Defining & Bathing.
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard FOR SALE 70 VW Sedan $19954Speed
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 2 Bedroom House, Carport, ENGLISH FORD Transmission, Radio and Heater Air conditioned.
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. Breezeway, Utility Room. Approx.) 6 speed.. $260

miles from Cecil Field or NAS Low ASTRO MOTORS 69 VW Sedan $1795Air
BE A RADIO OR Interest payments. Call 3894219. 6566 Normandy Blvd.
TV ANNOUNCER Conditioned, Radio and Heater, White
Recorded message by leading an.
MUSTSELLII I
nouncer tells how. Call any hour. SALE
you HOUSE FOR
1971 Harley Davidson Sprint motor. 69 VW Sedan
355-2944. Double ,
Completely furnished. garage cycle 350 cc. 2500 miles 2 sets tires. $1650Radio
paved driveway. Fenced back yd.and, (Knubby and Regular) Call 388-5784 and Heater, 4-Speed, Choice of Colors
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS Fireplace, Air Cond. Pay equity after S PM.
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape assume mortgage of $9,000 at $69.79
monthly Including insurance. By 68 VW Sedan $1395Radio
players. At dealers cost to liquidate 58 VW SEDAN
Owner. 3528 Plum Street, 388.4760.
stork. Full warrantyl Phone 771-0409. Radio and Heater. $240 and Heater, Diamond Blue.

BY OWNER ASTROMOTORS
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 3 Large BR, Eat.in.Kit. Sep. DR& LR, 6SA6 Normandy Blvd. 66 VW Sedan $1295Beige
Auto AC, Room units, Central Units. 2 full Bath, Fla. rm., W to W carp. 43MERCEDESBENZ1MDExc.
Repairs. Reasonable. Drapes, 2 Air-Con. Central Gas Heat, Cond., Sacrifice. Call Smith 384- Speed, Air Conditioned, Radio and Heater.
Tyler's Heat and Air Condo Lg. Fenced yd. Pay equity, assume 3658.
388.1 11 5V4 percent mortg. at $100.49 mo. 66 VW Sedan $1195
4711 Palmer.Lake Shore I Immed. Occupancy. 772.9552. 71 MAVERICK GRABBER
Red with gray stripe, wide tires. $100. Yellow, Radio and Heater, Speed..
Dwn. and take over payments. 781.
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH '0. ,R.fN1A." Q." :<_; 4341. 69 Karmann Ghia Convert. S1895

Wilford's Fish Camp. 264 9707 FOR SALE
Excellent Speed, Radio and Heater, Green with White top.
1969 Austin Healey Sprite
772.1709.440PEL2DOOR.
condition.
PARK
Curbs LAWNS, sidewalk EDGING and &driveways.MOWING We 2 BR., Apts.ORANGE furn., or unfurn., Dish 3.69 VW Fastbacks $1595

clean the mess and leave It neat. washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth SEDAN
up Choke of colors, R & H
7713355. .
Call Hart, 771.3211 Ext. 8340. Apts., 771.1405 or speed. $220
ASTRO MOTORS
FOR RENT 6566 Normandy Blvd 69 VW Fastback $1850Auto

FLYTOWHERE'Anywhere Instruction 4542 Verona Ave. Near NAS-Jax, Apt. trans, Air conditioned, R & H
you want, flight priv. ent. Sat & Sun.
or charter. Call Dick or Bill
781.2636. ROOM FOR RENT 68 VW Fastback $1495
Near NAS & Cecil air
PARISH DAY SCHOOLSt. conditioned Male only., Private bath. 7720885. Speed, Radio and Heater.
Catherine Episcopal Parish Day aft tan
School. Ages 4 and 5. Transportationavail. 69 VW Squareback $2095Air
Call 388.3933, 387.2061 Ac
credited. Conditioned, Speed, White, R&H
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HORSES BOARDED .T VW'SI1 '63 AND YOUNGERI

Pony and donkey rides, Lazy F Ranch. COMPLETE SELECTION!
. 5922 Shindler Drive. 772.8866. .JrU 5821 San Juan at Niblick

Phone 384.4406c@29 -

4 Drawer Bureau FOR SALE- $20.00 Bell & DEERSPRINGS
Howell 8 mm. camera, protector and
Splicer. $55.00 246-0978.DRAPERIESMADE. .1,2 and 3 BEDROOMS
ESTATES GARDEN MENTS TYPE APART i1lla.fi.; !

...ATKEYSTONE INDIVIDUAL AIR CON '
Your fabric, fast and efficient. 356- HEIGHTS DITIONING AND HEATING
0361.
MOBILE HOMESITES DRAPES FURNISHED

WASHER & DRYER 3 Clyde W. Simpson & Co WALL TO WALL CARPETING :::ijf:!:': OPEN OAttY.: t4trA'CURDAYTO# $

mo.New old.1971 Original Frigidaire price Skinny$375.,Minny only$300 REALTOR 356-6849 LARGE SWIMMING POOLS %f;:;::::'::':':'::;{MJMl9.tP'! Y tgt;: M: mlTKmHJ.IMAUGUST

Call Mrs. Don Angely Bellalr Apt.
No. 66 264.2218 or 264.4975.



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NEW CONTRACT The Naval Air Rework Facility's Labor
CIVILIAN Management contract representing a new agreement with the
Take your baby4iiIt aeronautical Examiners Organization Is signed by E. F. Bradshaw
LOW RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANtt&SMtWmSSi&ms&R
president of the National Association of Aeronautical Examiners with
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AMERICAN MAYPORT Yates, prospective NARF commanding officer, witnessing the
event. Also on hand art (top row I to r) Jean Burmeister, Labor
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p 4479 7A7AI 2mOOO"07 TOM BUSH Volkswagen I Traffic Violations I
Roosevelt Blvd. 01 MAY PORT ROAD I
Near N.A.S. Near. NS IeeQe# e9t t& Jax- The following is a reportof Number of Violations
motor vehicle accidents: and This week 58.
ISO Atlantic Blvd.HOTPOWT traffic violations for the period of Speeding .22.
July 28- Aug. 1. Reckless driving 0.
..... ........- .Number._____ ftf Accidents Going through stop sign 9.
ZfN/Tjrf MAYTAG; : This period 9. Other Violations 27.
This period a year ago 4 34 drivers appeared before the
Total accidents tills year 187. Traffic Hearing Board on August
Total accidents through this 5. Disposition of the cases In-
period last year 201. cluded the following:
Total number of days since last 17 lost driving and parking
OUT ,ON A LIMB injury in a motor vehicle accident privileges aboard the station for
37. various periods; 13 were
Number of days since an injury assigned to complete an eight-
last year at this time 60.HARMONY hour course in remedial driving

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1AV AIR NEWS LATWINGER PA'G'E 13 i


NAS Statistics Reveal

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Accident Reduction



Jax The air station's accident data for this year

brings a note of encouragement when compared to that Ij j

of prevIous years It is hoped that the decrease in the

number of accidents reflects a trend that will continue

as the remaining months of 1971 pass by." Listed below

are the statistics which support this decrease.

FOR COMBAT DUTY AE1.
Ronald W. More, a student at the
1969
AO 'B' School here, receives the
Navy Achievement Medal from
Capt. John E. Kennedy, NATTC January June 199 Accidents

commanding officer, for July December 238 Accidents '.-j
meritorious achievement during Total 437 .'
combat operations while he was "-'....

attached to ReconnaissanceAttack a ,. r
Squadron One aboard the Average per month 36.4 .

USS Ranger (CVA-U).

1970

FRA Convention January June 171 Accidents

July-December.' 143 Accidents CORPSMAN HONORED-HM2 George Brack receives the Navy ,
Total 26.2 Achievement Medal from Capt.C.W. Lewis Jr., Hospital commanding
Meets Here .
.. Officer, honoring him service In Vietnam during combat operations
Jo.. i ; I ; ,; t-. against the enemy
197;
Jax--V Adm. Robert L. ."H-' < R.*>: i'January-June' &k 150 Accidents
Townsend commander'Of'Naval .. :wbr,iR f'/irf-i: : .
Air Forces, U.S. Atlantlc-Fleet, "" ', ..'. VOLKSWAGEN
will be the guest speaker at the Average per month 25

opening ceremonies of the'26th INSURANCE'
Southeast Convention of VEHICULAR
Regional TRAFFIC SURVEY COUNT .
the Fleet Reserve Association

Hotel tomorrow, according in the to Robert Convention Meyer Period Daily Vehicles Aboard NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARS a

Chairman Harold Wilson. EXAMPLE: Male driver, married, age 23, good record.
July-December 1970 38,013 Complete coverage Liability: $10 $20 $5 thousands,
The convention, sP West Jacksonville Branch
is
126, deductible Collision and Road service.
expected to have more than 600 $161 ANNUALLY
Above 4f VW SEDAN.
on
coverage
delegates in attendance for the Daily average (for period of one year) 38,688 Above coverage on '8, CHEVY IMPALA $115 ANNUALLY
two days of conferences, Monthly average 1,176,760

discussions and meetings., Yearly average 14,121,120 WESTSIDE

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9:00: tomorrow morning and will
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-\ i' ; Jax .Navy Second


In 6ND Tourney

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k ,r ,. f- .- 'I Jax-The Jax Navy Flier*finished runners up in the Sixth Naval
? ,...,, C-' r.w4.r District Softball Championships as they lost 6.0 to Cecil Field in the
championship game last Saturday! at Mackroth Field.
I Cecil Field scored its first run of the game as a result of an error
S I when Carl Hall hit a long drive to center field In the third inning which
the centerfielder dropped right in front of the '265 foot" sign on the
,M j centerfield fence.Hall came all the way around to score on the error.
rt Cecil scored another run in the third when Don Jackson drove in a run
with one of his four hits of the day.
The Fliers looked like they were going to rally in the sixth when Don
,,,w 1'JACKSONVILLE McKeel)of NATTC and Clay VanDiver of VP-5 hit back to back singles,
but two fly.outs and a strikeout ended the threat
Cecil scored three more runs in the sixth inning to put an end to any
hopes that the Fliers might have had of retaining their 1970 title. Von
McClure of VA-203 had to be taken out in the sixth inning as the heat
plus the fact that he had pitched six games in six days began to showon
him. McClure had struckout 10 when he was taken out of the game
and had allowed only five hits.
Cecil added one more run in the seventh inning to make the final
TEAMS DOMINATE TOURNEY-The Cecil Field Raiders (above) display the score 60.
I trophies they won for becoming the 1771 the trophy they won for their runner-up finish in the tourney made their way to the championship game the long way. They had to
play seven games in six days as a result of losing their first game to
L & Glynco Navy 3.0.The Fliers then won their next five games in a row
. before losing to Cecil Field.
i Cecil took the short route to the championship game by playing only
- four games and winning them all. The only team that came close to
defeating them was the Charleston team which lost to them in the
bottom of the seventh inning 32.They made short order of the first two
. teams they met,beating NAS Meredian 14.0 and NAS Memphis 11 1.
Cecil Field is now participating in the regionals at Norfolk Va. this
_S Six r 4i week and should they come out victorious they will go to the All.Navy
& Tournament at Memphis on August 16.
Von McClure of the Fliers was named to participate on the regional
z __ team as a result of his strong performance in the tournament winning
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ComFairJax Softball TournamentJaxThe r: 1:1 :',,1.

ComFairJax the first of five Softball tournament began Monday at Mackroth Field only to be stopped by j : j:
rain before could be finished. ; 1Lt .. o .
VA-83 was leading VW-4 9- in the of the !
top sixth inning when the,rain began to fall 1 I o.
Tonight's schedule for the tournament calls for games at 3 and 8 p.m. The finals will be held Friday
at7 p.m and if an extra game Is necessary It will be played at9 p.m.Friday night.

and Teams ComFairJax participating FAU.In the tournament are VA-81, VW-4, VP-5, VP-45, VP-56, A-12.. A-4S, A-83

Intramural Pistol Members Meet 4

Jax-A meeting for Intramural Pistol Matches will be held
August 18 at 9:30: a.m at the athletic
building. This will be the first year for this program at NAS. interested, personnel are asked to
attend this meeting.

I 1971 Surfing Championships .

Jax-The 1971 Navy East Coast Surfing Championships will be held August 23-25 in Dam Neck, Va. j4iLts th
FAAWTC Dam Neck will |host the event which is open to all office' and enlisted personnel of the ;
Navy, ?VnUanlf Marines Army and Air Force assigned to cUmand locations east of the
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Mississippi
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Entries may be obtained from the Athletic Office in Bldg. 3. Entries must be in before August 20. #

Intramural Football Faces Delay
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weeks until fields can be properly prepared for competition. UNDEFEATED CHAMPS-Robert Cantrell (left) and Mike
Parkham are shown presenting Cdr. C.F. Cook of VP-4S with team
Interested in Intramural Golf? photo and the championship plaque earned by the squadron sponsored

Jax-A meeting for Intramural Golf was held yesterday and any units or commands Interested that little league team. The team posted 6-0 record In the Belmead
were notable to attend are asked to get in torch with the athletic office immediately. Tadpole League (boys MO years old). AMS1 Chester Parkham and
AMH1 Lee Cantrell,both of VP-45 were the coaches of the team.

Bowling Season Begins Soon

Jax-The Intramural Bowling season begins in two weeks and all teams planning on participatingare
asked to get their team rosters in as soon as possible to the athletic office Ir s>irc W

Football Officials Sought

Jax-More officials are needed for the upcoming touch football season. A meeting for personnel
interested officiating be held Monday August 16 at the athletic building at 4 p.m. Special'Financing



Navy Eyes Mayport For Missile SiteJax :JJ-w


"Mayport has a good being a more efficient, sur- result is in the direction of
chance of being the East base vivable seabased strategic off- deterring war and enforcing
location of what the Navy says is sensive system capable of peace. for
the ultimate in strategic nuclear launching ballistic missiles from "The large and diversified
deterence- the Undersea Long improved design, quieter submarines group of activities at Naval Air .
Range Missile System (ULMS)," The ULMS will be ableto Station Jacksonville and Cecil Service
U S. Rep. Charles E. Bennett of cover targets 360 degrees Field and Naval Station Mayport
Jacksonville said Wednesday at around the Soviet Union. involve two carriers and 30 .
the Northside Civitan Club "Defense experts consider the destroyers and support ships, a
meeting at the Gatepost Polaris and Poseidon submarine master jet base, sophisticated
Restaurant."I program virtually Invulnerable weather reconnaissance Personnel J! .,
have discussed this new today. However, a new sub squadrons, the largest industrial
ULMS program with Navy marine will be needed In the late plant in northeast Florida and a -
Secretary Chafee,and he has told 1970s and in the 1980 1990 time military and civilian work
me that Mayport and the frame. There is a definite need population totaling 34,000 persons
Jacksonville St. Johns River for ULMS based on Soviet ad- ,and a $300 million annual payroll .
area will be considered for this vances in nuclear weapons, space about 20 percent of the total
new nuclear submarine and new technology and missiles and personal income of Jacksonville.This .
long range missile development, increased antisubmarinewarfare complex was assisted this
planned by the Department oft systems. year with the approval of $15.4 _
Defense as the most significant "Studies show that a new million in new construction for
ongoing long range development weapons system such as ULMS the Navy, including 300 family
for our Naval forces,' he said. would significantly contribute to housing units, costing $6.9 DUVA
"This program is still a long the Strategic Arms Limitation million."
way off, but Mayport is one of the Talks (SALT) between the United MOTORS ill]
Navy bases being looked at for States and Russia, adding Incentives 1616 CASSAT i
in the to negotiate to limit .
this
system, now in AmericaBuy Ph:387-6541 N if
development stage, undertakento overall force levels. Take stock
make it impossible for any "You can be sure your u.s. Savings Bond
enemy to gain a decisive military Congressman will continue his IIIIIIIIIRight
advantage over the United efforts to strengthen the national .
States by initiating a nuclear first defense to protect freedom and
strike. These qualities are in the maintain peace. Our naval in-
direction of discouraging war and stallations in Jacksonville playa
thus enhancing peace and so are key role in national security and now, you're only 10 minutes away
the type of weapons we should have for over 30 years been
concentrate on. partners in progress with from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain,
"The House Armed Services Jacksonville. I am grateful to my
Committee, of which I am a constituents for allowing me to
senior member, has authorized work for a strong natibnal
funds for this program which will defense as a member of the

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